Everything’s bigger in Texas, including fanbases. After Maryland traveled to Austin last year, the Terrapins and Longhorns DMV meeting will be held in a bigger setting than Maryland Stadium: FedEx Field.

The Big 12 vs. B1G clash takes place surrounded by some uncertainty this time around with Maryland head coach D.J. Durkin on paid administrative leave. The Terrapins spoiled Texas coach Tom Herman’s UT debut a year ago. The Horns will be looking for revenge. Below, find kickoff time and TV channel information for the Texas-Maryland football game.

Texas-Maryland football: TV channel, game time, odds

All times are ET. Odds via MyBookie.

TV channel: The Texas-Maryland game will air on FOX Sports 1.

Time: The Texas-Maryland game kicks off at Noon Saturday Sept. 1, 2018.

Location: The Texas-Maryland game will be played at FedEx Field, home of the Washington Redskins, in Landover, Maryland.

Odds: Texas is favored by 14 points.


Sep 9, 2016; Miami, FL, USA; Maryland Terrapins running back Marcus Smith (35) looks on before the game against the FIU Golden Panthers at FIU Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Jasen Vinlove-USA TODAY Sports

Saturday Tradition News: Maryland interim coach Matt Canada won’t announce starting QB for Week 1 yet

Interim coach Matt Canada has decided on a quarterback, but he isn’t sharing his decision with the media.

During Canada’s Monday presser, he said that he has decided on who the starting QB will be against Texas, but isn’t willing to announce whether it will be Tyrrell Pigrome or Kasim Hill taking the first snap for the Terrapins.

Saturday Tradition News: Texas names starting QB for season opener vs. Maryland

Tom Herman has revealed that Sam Ehlinger will be the starting quarterback for Texas in Week 1.

Ehlinger played in nine games as a freshman for the Longhorns last season, throwing for 1,915 yards and 11 touchdowns while completed 57.5 percent of his passes. He also had seven interceptions.

In addition to his passing numbers, Ehlinger was also the team’s leading rusher last season, totaling 381 yards and two touchdowns on 114 carries.

He did not play in last year’s game against Maryland.