Maryland Vs. Clemson: Trick Play Gives Terps 7-3 Lead Over Tigers

On a drive that featured two one-handed catches, I guess it's only fitting that it ended in a play nobody expected. 

With a first and goal inside the five yard line, Maryland went to a trick play. Quarterback Danny O'Brien pitched the ball to running back Da'Rel Scott, who then threw back across the field to O'Brien for the touchdown. Clemson's coverage on the play wasn't terrible, so Scott needed to put the pass right on the money. He did, and it resulted in a 7-3 Maryland lead.

The Terps were energized on the drive by a long one-handed catch by Adrian Cannon and another one by tight end Will Yeatman. 

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