Ty Johnson just has to start getting the ball more. Maryland’s sophomore tailback is a big play waiting to happen.

After recording a career-high 201 rushing yards last week on just seven carries, the reigning B1G Offensive Player of the Week is at it again.

He took Perry Hills’ screen pass 66 yards to the house to tie it up against Penn State:

Hills will get credit for that, which is a product of Maryland’s new-look short passing game. But that’s all Johnson.