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Rutgers vs. Maryland. Scarlet Knights vs. Terrapins. It’s a Big Ten East matchup and a chance for both teams to break a losing streak. Let’s break down what you need to know to (responsibly) make the most of this sweet DraftKings offer.

It’s been a rough stretch for this Rutgers team, losing four straight, including putting up a goose egg against Minnesota. The offense has really struggled to put points on the board and move the ball, averaging less than 20 points a game and less than 300 yards. Their defense has been alright, meh against the run but pretty good against the pass, yet still allowing almost 30 points a game. I’m trying to be nice because my boss goes to Rutgers, but there really isn’t much to say. If you don’t have anything nice to say, don’t say anything at all, so I’m going to pivot to talking about Maryland.

Maryland is also in a rut(gers) and have dropped three straight. Looking to close their season out with a win, the Terrapins should be looking to continue to shut down the Scarlet Knight’s offense while taking advantage of their poor rush defense through freshman running back Roman Hemby. Rutgers is a much more manageable opponent than their last few games, and that Maryland offense is averaging 100 more yards than Rutgers. As a member of Tuanon, I’m looking for the younger Tagovailoa, Taulia, to lead his team to victory, and Vegas and I agree they should be able to take the win.

As they say, slow and steady wins the race. Take the Maryland Terrapins Moneyline and get your free $200 from DraftKings!

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Written by Intern Ben

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