William & Mary vs. Maryland Reaction: Terps Earn No Stlye Points, But A Win Is A Win

It wasn't pretty, but the Maryland Terrapins squeaked out a 7-6 victory over William and Mary on Saturday to kick off Randy Edsall's second season at the helm in College Park. SB Nation's Maryland blog Testudo Times sums up the game perfectly:

The most unsatisfying victory ever? If the Maryland Terrapins' 7-6 win over William and Mary isn't it, I'm not sure what could top it. The Terrapins turned the ball over four times - three of them Perry Hills turnovers - and were shut out going into the fourth quarter, needing a late 69-yard drive (and a dropped William and Mary touchdown) to survive against the Tribe. But, thanks to a six-yard Justus Pickett touchdown run, survive they did.

Maryland travels to Lincoln Financial Field next Saturday to take on the Temple Owls.

For more news and analysis on the Maryland Terrapins, make sure to visit Testudo Times for all the latest recruiting news. Still not enough college football for you? The SB Nation NCAA Football Hub Page has all the latest news to fulfill your offseason college football cravings.

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