It's officially a blowout at FedEx Field. Notre Dame took the ball to begin the third quarter and immediately marched down the field against Maryland, capping off the drive with a three-yard touchdown by Cierre Wood. The score gave Notre Dame a 31-7 lead and capped a 12-play, 73-yard drive.
Maryland's third down woes hurt them on the drive. The Terps could have stopped Notre Dame on third down, but failed and eventually allowed Notre Dame to get deep into the red zone. Missed tackling also hurt and allowed Notre Dame to get inside the 10-yard line. Eventually, Wood easily trotted into the end zone for the touchdown.
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