List of Maryland Terrapins bowl games

The Maryland Terrapins college football team competes as part of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division I Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS), representing the University of Maryland, College Park in the Atlantic Division of the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC). Since the establishment of the team in 1892, Maryland has appeared in 24 bowl games.[1] Included in these games are three appearances in the Orange Bowl, one in the Sugar Bowl and one Bowl Championship Series (BCS) game appearance in the 2002 Orange Bowl.[1][2] The latest bowl occurred on December 29, 2010, when Maryland defeated East Carolina 51–20 in the 2010 Military Bowl.[1] The victory in that game brought the Terrapins' overall bowl record to eleven wins, eleven losses and two ties (11–11–2).

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Bowl games

List of bowl games showing bowl played in, score, date, season, opponent, stadium, location, attendance and head coach[A 1]
# Bowl Score[A 2] Date Season[A 3] Opponent[A 4] Stadium Location Attendance[3] Head coach
1 Gator Bowl T 20–20 1947 Georgia Bulldogs Gator Bowl Stadium Jacksonville 16,666 Tatum, JimJim Tatum
2 Gator Bowl W 20–7 1949 Missouri Tigers Gator Bowl Stadium Jacksonville 18,409 Tatum, JimJim Tatum
3 Sugar Bowl W 28–13 1951 Tennessee Volunteers Tulane Stadium New Orleans 82,000 Tatum, JimJim Tatum
4 Orange Bowl L 7–0 1953 Oklahoma Sooners Orange Bowl Miami 68,640 Tatum, JimJim Tatum
5 Orange Bowl L 20–6 1955 Oklahoma Sooners Orange Bowl Miami 76,561 Tatum, JimJim Tatum
6 Peach Bowl L 17–16 1973 Georgia Bulldogs Atlanta Stadium Atlanta 38,107 Claiborne, JerryJerry Claiborne
7 Liberty Bowl L 7–3 1974 Tennessee Volunteers Memphis Memorial Stadium Memphis 51,284 Claiborne, JerryJerry Claiborne
8 Gator Bowl W 13–0 1975 Florida Gators Gator Bowl Stadium Jacksonville 64,012 Claiborne, JerryJerry Claiborne
9 Cotton Bowl Classic L 30–21 1976 Houston Cougars Cotton Bowl Dallas 54,500 Claiborne, JerryJerry Claiborne
10 Hall of Fame Classic W 17–7 1977 Minnesota Golden Gophers Legion Field Birmingham 47,000 Claiborne, JerryJerry Claiborne
11 Sun Bowl L 42–0 1978 Texas Longhorns Sun Bowl El Paso 33,122 Claiborne, JerryJerry Claiborne
12 Tangerine Bowl L 35–20 1980 Florida Gators Orlando Stadium Orlando 52,541 Claiborne, JerryJerry Claiborne
13 Aloha Bowl L 21–20 1982 Washington Huskies Aloha Stadium Honolulu 30,055 Ross, BobbyBobby Ross
14 Citrus Bowl L 35–20 1983 Tennessee Volunteers Florida Citrus Bowl Orlando 50,183 Ross, BobbyBobby Ross
15 Sun Bowl W 28–27 1984 Tennessee Volunteers Sun Bowl El Paso 50,126 Ross, BobbyBobby Ross
16 Cherry Bowl W 35–18 1985 Syracuse Orangemen Pontiac Silverdome Pontiac 51,858 Ross, BobbyBobby Ross
17 Independence Bowl T 34–34 1990 Louisiana Tech Bulldogs Independence Stadium Shreveport 48,325 Krivak, JoeJoe Krivak
18 Orange Bowl L 56–23 2001 Florida Gators Pro Player Stadium Miami Gardens 73,640 Friedgen, RalphRalph Friedgen
19 Peach Bowl W 30–3 2002 Tennessee Volunteers Georgia Dome Atlanta 68,330 Friedgen, RalphRalph Friedgen
20 Gator Bowl W 41–7 2003 West Virginia Mountaineers Alltel Stadium Jacksonville 78,892 Friedgen, RalphRalph Friedgen
21 Champs Sports Bowl W 24–7 2006 Purdue Boilermakers Florida Citrus Bowl Orlando 40,168 Friedgen, RalphRalph Friedgen
22 Emerald Bowl L 21–14 2007 Oregon State Beavers AT&T Park San Francisco 32,517 Friedgen, RalphRalph Friedgen
23 Humanitarian Bowl W 42–35 2008 Nevada Wolf Pack Bronco Stadium Boise 26,781 Friedgen, RalphRalph Friedgen
24 Military Bowl W 51–20 2010 East Carolina Pirates RFK Stadium Washington, D.C. 38,062 Friedgen, RalphRalph Friedgen

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