The Maryland Terrapins are on the board against Notre Dame, putting together their first impressive drive of the game. The Terps marched down the field with a series of short and intermediate passes, finally capping it off with a 13-yard touchdown pass from Danny O'Brien to Quintin McCree to cut the Fighting Irish's lead to 17-7.
It was the first example of a sustained drive for O'Brien and the Terps. Trailing 17-7, O'Brien finally was able to get into a rhythm, completing a number of short passes. It was the vision offensive coordinator Gary Crowton had when he took over the team. The touchdown came on one of Crowton's patented bubble screens, as McCree bounced it outside and ran to the corner of the end zone for the score.
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