Anyone expecting a dropoff for Maryland in the second half of Saturday’s game has been disappointed thus far.

Though Mike Locksley’s squad started the second half on defense, the Terrapins still found a way to build their lead. The big play came on a short third down for Penn State.

With the Nittany Lions looking to keep a drive alive, quarterback Sean Clifford dropped back to pass. He was quickly met and overwhelmed by two Terps defenders with the ball squirting free near the sideline.

From there, Maryland’s Chance Campbell scooped up the ball and raced back for the touchdown to make it 35-7, Terps:

There’s still a lot of football left for Maryland to finish this one off, but the team is definitely intent on keeping the momentum rolling after the comeback in Week 2. The first half belonged to Rakim Jarrett and the Terrapin offense, but it’s always nice to increase your lead without needing to use the offense.