Hoosiers visit a Terrapins team that’s a lot like themselves

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COLLEGE PARK, Md. — The similarities between Indiana and Maryland extend beyond each team’s lone Big Ten victory, a rout of Rutgers.
Relying on youth in their quest to build a winning program, Indiana coach Tom Allen and Terrapins first-year coach Michael Locksley understand that much work must be done before their teams can compete with the big boys in one of the nation’s strongest football conferences.
For now, the objective is to win enough games to earn a bowl bid while providing all those freshmen and sophomores the experience they’ll need to develop into major contributors.
The process continues Saturday, when the Hoosiers (4-2, 1-2) and Terrapins (3-3, 1-2) clash in a matchup of teams in the bottom quadrant of the Big Ten East.
“We have a goal here of what we want to accomplish with this program and where we want to take this program, and it’s a step-by-step process of getting there,” Allen said. “Next step is, obviously, got one Saturday.”
Coming off a 35-0 win over Rutgers, the Hoosie

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