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Boston College Vs. Maryland Score Update: Terrapins Lost On Both Sides Of The Ball, Trail 21-3 At Halftime

The Maryland Terrapins and Boston College Eagles are fighting to avoid last place in the ACC's Atlantic division in College Park today, but as of halftime, it looks like the Terps are the team that undoubtedly deserve that distinction. They have been atrocious on both sides of the ball, particularly offense, and trail the Eagles 21-3 at the half.

Boston College have been able to get pretty much whatever they want on the ground, and when they've been able to score, they've done it it almost effortlessly.

As for the offense, where do I begin? C.J. Brown was ineffective on the first few drives so he was pulled in favor of Danny O'Brien who has not been very much better. The running game has had moderate success, but the offensive coordinator doesn't seem like he wants to stick to it. The passing attack has been underwhelming at best, and produced two turnovers when at it's worst.

This game was perfectly summed up in one drive that started after the Terps got the ball on the BC 14-yard line following a fumble. They went for -2 yards in three plays then failed to connect on a field goal. it's been that kind of day. But at least the snow is pretty.

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