Maryland’s 38-35 win over Indiana on Saturday left coach Mike Locksley and his Terrapins singing a happy song afterward in their victorious locker room.

The homecoming win snapped a three-game slide for Maryland, which had been outscored by a 151-47 margin in its previous three games against Iowa, Ohio State and Minnesota after starting the season 4-0. Now the Terps (5-3, 2-3 Big Ten) are one win from being bowl eligible. Their last bowl appearance came in 2016.

Junior quarterback Taulia Tagovailoa led Maryland with a career-high 419 passing yards and two TD passes against Indiana (2-6, 0-5). He is first player in program history to throw for 400 yards since Danny O’Brien in 2010.

With star receiver Dontay Demus Jr. sidelined due to a season-ending knee injury, senior Carlos Carriere picked up the slack with a career-high 134 yards and two TDs on eight catches.

Maryland has now matched its win total from its first two seasons under Locksley. A win next week over Penn State would move the Terps one step closer to their first winning season since 2014.

Sports Betting in Big Ten Country

Likely coming in the following months, Maryland sportsbooks are almost here. You heard it right. Maryland is joining many of the other Big Ten states with live and legal online sports betting.