The Maryland Terrapins have been able to move the ball today, something you haven't been able to say a lot this season, but it hasn't resulted in as many points as Randy Edsall and the Terrapin faithful may have hoped for. The game is tied at seven at halftime, but it you could argue the Terps should have the lead.
The final drive of the half was a great one for the Terps. C.J. Brown was able to move the chains with his feet before hitting Justus Pickett for a 31-yard touchdown on a wheel route. It was the big scoring play that the Terps had been waiting for all afternoon.
The story in the second quarter (up until that final drive) was very similar to the story after quarter number one. The Terps just simply have not been able to cash in when they get in a position to score. They've been able to move the ball (particularly on the ground where they're averaging over seven yards a play. But because of some missed opportunities, they only have seven points to show for it.
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