Maryland Vs. Navy: Da'Rel Scott Dominates Opening Drive As Maryland Goes Up 7-0

It's tough to script a better start to the 2010 season than the one Maryland just had against Navy. In their first drive of the 2010 season, the Terrapins ran all over Navy, marching 59 yards in eight plays on a drive capped off by a five-yard touchdown run for running back Da'Rel Scott. 

Scott and quarterback Jamar Robinson gave Navy a taste of their own medicine the entire time. Maryland did not attempt a single pass play, choosing instead to run right through the Navy defense. Scott had 36 yards on the drive on five carries, reintroducing himself to the football world after a horrendous 2009 season.

Navy will get their first chance to score now. 

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