The serious concussion on Miami Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa on Thursday Night Football gave many people a scare, including his young brother in Maryland quarterback Taulia Tagovailoa. After Tua came out of the hospital, he was able to facetime with his distraught younger brother and lift his spirits, according to Maryland head coach Mike Locksley.

Taulia was concerned about his brother’s health, so much that it might have had negative implications when Maryland hosted Michigan State in Week 5. Tua’s word pushed Taulia to have a big performance as Maryland defeated Michigan State at home 27-13.

Taulia completed 32-of-42 of his passes for 314 yards and a touchdown. Maryland outgained Michigan State in total yards accounted for 489 to 321.

This was the first B1G win of the season for Maryland as the Terrapins have accounted for a 4-1 overall record.