Suit up in your red, white, black, and gold and prepare yourself to celebrate all the Key Plays inside Byrd Stadium. With Maryland football tickets, you can stand tall singing the Victory Song with 54,000 supporters of Terrapin football live.
Book your Maryland football tickets now and get to Byrd Stadium this season for one of the Terps' home games. Sing with the school's marching band the Might Sound of Maryland this fall! This is your chance to take in electrifying ACC football surrounded by thousands of screaming Terps fans in red and white. Vivid Seats has Maryland Terps football tickets for all of the team's big match ups. Get ready to jingle your keys and cheer "Move Those Chains" when you go see a game in College Park.
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Maryland Terrapins Bowl Game Tickets
As the end of ACC play draws near, Maryland football fans will be looking ahead to the possibility of the Terps qualifying for a bowl game. Vivid Seats has long been a popular source for BCS Championship tickets. Vivid Seats will also be well stocked in Orange Bowl tickets this season!
2012 Terps Set for Turnaround With New Coordinators
After a disappointing 2011 season, the Terrapins are poised for a strong rebound with the hiring of new offensive and defensive coordinators, Mike Locksley and Brian Stewart, respectively. Locksley comes on as after previously serving as running backs coach and recruiting coordinator, with a strong reputation as an elite recruiter, and Stewart spent the past two seasons as defensive coordinator at the University of Houston, where his team ranked in the top 15 nationally in five statistical categories this past season. The hires have Terps fans around the country excited for a rebirth of the program, so get your 2012 Maryland Terrapins tickets now and see this excited transformation live.
The 41-year-old Locksley was a Maryland assistant from 1997 to 2002, and replaces Gary Crowton, who served as OC for only one season. Stewart, 47, had an eight-year stint as an NFL assistant, including two as the defensive coordinator with the Dallas Cowboys. The Terrapins expect Locksley to produce immediate recruiting results due to his excellent and long-standing relationships with prospects and high school coaches throughout the region, and with both him and Stewart pushing the players to their potential in new schemes, this year is sure to be exciting.