Ladies and gentlemen, we have a ballgame. After training by as many as 24 points in the second half, the Maryland football team has rallied. DJ Adams completed the Terps' first drive of the fourth quarter with a two-yard touchdown run, and Davin Meggett fought for the two-point conversion to cut West Virginia's lead to 34-31 with 10:29 remaining in the game.
The Terps' defense held West Virginia in check, then completed an efficient four-and-a-half minute drive. Matt Furstenberg was key in getting some first downs, and Adams and Meggett were outstanding on the ground. The Terps were balanced too, with six run plays and six pass plays on the 12-play drive.
So much for a West Virginia blowout.