- 16 Maryland football players have earned All-Big Ten honors, breaking the program record for most selections
- Quarterback Taulia Tagovailoa and defensive back Tarheeb Still were named to the second team
- Five other players were named to the all-conference third team, with offensive lineman Delmar Glaze the lone unanimous selection
Maryland football players earn honor as 16 players get selected for All-Big Ten squad. Quarterback Taulia Tagovailoa and defensive back Tarheeb Still earn second-team selections. Offensive lineman Delmar Glaze a unanimous third-team selection with five others. Nine other Terps earn honorable mentions. Program set new record with nine offensive players and six defensive players earning honors. Tagovailoa leads in passing yards and becomes Big Ten’s all-time passing leader. Jeshaun Jones, Tai Felton, and Corey Dyches shine in receiving, while Still leads in interceptions. Maryland head coach, Mike Locksley, praises the players’ achievements.
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