The Maryland Terrapins are well on their way to bowl eligibility. And now they continue to find new and interesting ways to score.
The Terrapins continue to dominate all phases of the game in the third quarter as they have now taken a 55-7 lead. With just two minutes gone in the second half, Wake Forest quarterback Trevor Price was intercepted by Maryland's Kenny Tate inside the 10-yard line, and Tate ran the ball in for a score.
Following a Wake Forest punt, Maryland went straight back to business, driving down the field with long throws. Danny O'Brien's 35-yard pass to Torrey Smith put the Terps in scoring range, and O'Brien then connected with LaQuan Williams on the very next play to give the Terrapins wide receiver a 24-yard touchdown reception.
That score didn't last for long though. With the Demon Deacons inserting Skylar Jones at quarterback, the visitors hoped their luck would change. It didn't. Maryland defensive back Ryan Donohue intercepted Jones' third pass attempt of the game and returned the ball 25-yards for yet another touchdown for Maryland's unheralded defense.