Maryland Vs. NC State Score Update: Kevin Dorsey Touchdown Gives Terps 34-14 Halftime Lead

Through the first half of football, Maryland has exploded for its most points points since the Clemson loss Oct. 15. With contributions from the offense and the defense, Maryland leads NC State 34-14 at halftime.

Maryland quarterback C.J. Brown may be off to his best game in a Maryland uniform. Through two quarters, Brown has thrown for 141 yards on nine completions from 13 attempts with a touchdown. On the ground, Brown has run for two short touchdowns after engineering impressive touchdown drives. Wide receiver Kevin Dorsey is ending his season on the right note, with three catches for almost 90 yards and a touchdown.

The Terp defense has turned in an impressive performance, with two defensive touchdowns off Wolfpack turnovers. NC State has four turnovers in the first half.  Quarterback Mike Glennon has been sacked twice and thrown an interception.

For more on the Maryland Terrapins, check out SB Nation's Terrapins blog Testudo Times. For more on the Maryland vs. North Carolina State game, visit this StoryStream. For more on NC State, visit SB Nation's Wolfpack blog Backing the Pack. Here's the complete Week 13 college football TV schedule, and stay tuned to SB Nation's college football news hub for more.

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