Saturday’s tough loss to Indiana is bound to leave a sour taste for the Terrapins.

After entering the fourth quarter trailing by just a field goal, Maryland was unable to capitalize late in the game. The Terrapins wound up with two chances to tie or take the lead but were unable to do anything.

To make matters worse, Maryland’s miscues were not simply stalled offensive drives. A fumble by Javon Leake and an interception by Tyrrell Pigrome gave the ball away twice in the final four minutes of game time. With Indiana clinging to a one-score lead both times, the turnovers sting that much more.

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After the game, head coach Mike Locksley discussed the finish of the Terrapins. He pointed out that good teams do not beat themselves. Unfortunately, that’s what the Terrapins have done this season.

Wayne Viener shared Locksley’s post-game comments:

Maryland fell to 3-4 ahead of starting an especially brutal stretch. The Terrapins return to action next Saturday against No. 20 Minnesota which will be the first of three straight games against currently ranked teams.