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Maryland will look to extend its winning streak to two games as they travel to Indiana to faceoff with a struggling Purdue team that has lost three games in a row, after starting the season with high expectations.

The Terps come into Saturday’s clash after a confidence building win last week against Rutgers. The team won 48-7 and the offense did not miss a beat after starting Quarterback Josh Jackson went down with a high ankle injury. Backup Tyrrell Pigrome will be leading the Terps into battle this week and will look to keep the high powered offense moving against a Purdue defense that has struggled all season long.