Taulia Tagovailoa isn’t looking to dig himself another early hole in Maryland’s Week 4 game vs. Michigan State. He’s already tossed a pair of early touchdowns as the Terps look to roll in the B1G opener.

After the defense produced an interception on the first drive of the game, Tagovailoa and the offense scored an early touchdown with a 9-play, 45-yard drive. It marks the first time in 3 weeks Maryland has scored first after facing 14-0 deficits in back-to-back games.

The Spartans responded with a deep drive of their own into Maryland territory. Michigan State eventually went for it on 4th down but turned it over after a 15-play drive yielded zero points.


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Despite being back up against his own end zone, Tagovailoa engineered another touchdown drive. This time, the Terrapins rolled 95 yards in 11 plays with Tagovailoa finding Tyrese Chambers with a picture-perfect throw into the end zone.

So far, Tagovailoa is 9-for-13 for 66 yards and 2 touchdowns and the Terp rushing attack is averaging over 8 yards per carry. We’ll see if Maryland can keep it rolling, but the Terps are looking for a big win and a 4-0 start to the season.