Virginia is in dead last in the Coastal Division of the ACC with two loses in-conference — falling to Duke last weekend and Georgia Tech in mid-September. The Cavaliers have been outscored 169-82 during their current losing streak and are looking to turn their season around starting Saturday. Offensive tackle Oday Aboushi and linebacker Steve Greer are two draft prospects to watch for the Cavaliers.
On the other side of the field will be the Terrapins, who are coming off a 19-14 conference victory over Wake Forest. Maryland has lost two of its five games this year — a three-point loss to UConn and a 10-point loss to No. 8 West Virginia. Quarterback Perry Hills and wide receiver Stefon Diggs are two of the Terrapins' most explosive offensive players, while safety Kenny Tate is the team's leader on defense.
Be sure to tune into NESN on Saturday to see two of the biggest schools in the ACC.
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