Roman Hemby torches Buffalo for Maryland's first TD of 2022 season
Roman Hemby decided to get the party started early for Maryland. He scored the Terps 1st touchdown of the season with 12:24 left in the 1st quarter.
Hemby appeared in just 4 games for Maryland last season, and is going into his redshirt freshman year.
Maryland lined up in the shotgun and gave it to Hemby, who took the ball down the field for a 33-yard touchdown. He even broke a couple of tackles on his way to the end zone. It may be against Buffalo, but the Terrapins may have some good depth at running back.
Maryland’s first touchdown of the season comes on a 33-yard rush by redshirt freshman Roman Hemby.
Chad Ryland’s PAT is good. Terps lead Buffalo, 7-0, with 12:24 remaining in the first quarter. pic.twitter.com/FvDtWQm22n
— Testudo Times (@testudotimes) September 3, 2022
This is a good start considering the team is dealing with the loss of Tayon Fleet-Davis, who is now in the NFL. Hemby is already on his way to surpassing his 2021 rushing yards total with a run like that. He had 71 yards rushing last season.
Maryland will be hoping they can continue to get this production from its running backs as the season goes on. The game is currently being broadcasted on BTN.