The Washington Times - August 20, 2012, 01:30PM

A little football scheduling item this afternoon, as Richmond announced future major-college opponents through 2021.

One of them – in 2015, to be precise – is Maryland.

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That means the Terrapins’ nonconference schedule is likely set. Bowling Green is set to begin a 2-for-1 series in College Park on Sept. 12, 2015 (the other two games are in 2018 and 2019). And the Terps’ series with West Virginia continues through 2017; that year’s meeting will be in Morgantown.

The ACC will switch to a nine-game conference scheduling model next year when Pittsburgh and Syracuse join the league, leaving teams with only three non-league schedule slots in football.

Maryland is 12-5-1 all-time against the Spiders, a program in the former Division I-AA that plays in the CAA. The teams last met in 1977, a 27-24 victory in Richmond.

Patrick Stevens