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Towson Vs. Maryland Final Score: 28-3, Terps Pull Away Late

An early Towson drive in the fourth quarter stalled out. The Maryland Terrapins from there marched down the field again to put more points on the board. After an 11-play 78 yard drive, Terps quarterback Danny O'Brien hit Kevin Dorsey on a 7-yard touchdown pass to put the Terps up 21-3.

On the ensuing kickoff, Towson fumbled the kick return and it was recovered by Maryland on the 26-yard line, putting them right in striking distance. In only 5 plays, quarterback Danny O'Brien got the Terps in the endzone again on a 5-yard touchdown pass to Tyler Cierski. Maryland began to pull away from Towson after four turnovers in the second half.

After struggling in the first half, the Maryland offense picked up after half time. Terps quarterback Danny O'Brien ended the day going 14 of 21 for 123 yards and 2 touchdowns. Running back Davin Meggett had a nice day with 102 yards on 16 carries. Running back Justus Pickett also had a nice day, finishing up with 82 yards and a touchdown.

Towson was able to run the ball for over 200 yards, but just couldn't put any points on the board when they had their chances. The four turnovers in the second half didn't help, either.

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