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Maryland–Rutgers football rivalry
|First meeting||October 2, 1920|
Rutgers 6, Maryland 0
|Latest meeting||October 13, 2018|
Maryland 34, Rutgers,7
|Next meeting||October 5, 2019|
|All-time series||Maryland leads, 8–6|
|Largest victory||Maryland, 34–7 (2018)|
|Longest win streak||Maryland, 2 (1921–1925)|
Maryland, 2 (1942–2007)
Rutgers, 2 (2009–2014)
Maryland, 2 (2015–2016)
|Current win streak||Maryland, 1 (2018-present)|
The Maryland–Rutgers rivalry is an annual football game between the University of Maryland and Rutgers University. Between 1920 and 2009, both schools played in separate conferences. During the 2010–14 Big Ten Conference realignment, both schools joined the Big Ten Conference Since They Both Joined The Big 10 Maryland has a 3-2 Advantage.
|Maryland victories||Rutgers victories|
|9||2009||College Park, MD||Rutgers||34–13|
|10||2014||College Park, MD||Rutgers||41–38|
|12||2016||College Park, MD||Maryland||31–13|
|13||2017||@ Bronx, NY||Rutgers||31–24|
|14||2018||College Park, MD||Maryland||34–7|
|Series: Maryland leads 8–6|
- List of NCAA college football rivalry games
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- "Maryland football and Rutgers are reportedly talking about making a rivalry trophy". SB Nation. Retrieved September 9, 2016.
- "Report: Rutgers wants a football rivalry trophy with Maryland". The Baltimore Sun. Retrieved September 9, 2016.
- "Rutgers interested in Big Ten rivalry trophy with Maryland". The Washington Post. Retrieved September 9, 2016.
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