William & Mary Vs. Maryland Score Update: Maryland Has No Offense, Still Trail 6-0 to Tribe

Maryland continues to trail against William & Mary in their season opener, as the Terps are down 6-0 at the start of the fourth quarter.

With about ten minutes left in the quarter, Perry Hills threw his third interception of the game. Hills completely missed Kevin Dorsey on a slant route, finding William & Mary safety Ivan Tagoe waiting for the uncontested pick. Maryland's defense was able to step up and force a punt on the Tribe's next drive, preventing any further damage.

Randy Edsall decided to keep Hills out there for another drive, and the Terps had yet another three and out. Both offenses sputtered throughout, with 103 yards of total offense between the two teams. In the quarter, there were three punts and one interceptions.

Tribe kicker Drake Kuhn missed a 48-yard field goal to start out the fourth quarter.

Perry Hills is now 12/19 for 99 yards and three interceptions, Justus Pickett has rushed eight times for 30 yards, and Albert Reid has eight carries for 15 yards. Stefon Diggs has five total touches for 59 yards.

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