Maryland was held scoreless against Nebraska today for the first three quarters of the game.
In the fourth, however, the Terrapins threw a screen pass to sophomore receiver D.J. Moore. He did the rest, taking it 92 yards while breaking tackles and outrunning defenders into the end-zone.
Moore now has 117 yards receiving, but thanks to Nebraska’s Terrell Newby scoring it three times on the ground, it’s the Cornhuskers who lead in the final quarter, 28-7.