Maryland registers key early takeaway vs. Michigan
QB Taulia Tagovailoa and Maryland are giving the Wolverines a run for their money on Saturday.
On 1st-and-10 with only 23 seconds remaining in the first quarter, the Terps capitalized on a fumble by Michigan RB CJ Stokes to eventually put 3 more points on the board.
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The fumble allowed Maryland Kicker Chad Ryland a shot at a 52-yard field goal, which sailed through the uprights. It was the second 50+ yard kick of the day for Ryland.
The score was good enough to put the Terrapins up 13-10, the first time this season Michigan has trailed an opponent.
The Terrapins were rolling behind QB Taulia Tagovailoa. The QB found Jeshaun Jones for a 26-yard completion to start the second quarter, continuing his stellar start.
The Terrapins are looking to upset the No. 4 ranked Wolverines, and are up 13-10 going into the half.