Maryland, and true freshman WR Jeshaun Jones, cannot be stopped.

The speedy WR scored the first points of the season for the Terrapins with a 28-yard run early in the first quarter. He took a handoff on a sweep around the left side and blew past Texas’ defense for his first score. Jones would later add another touchdown with a long reception.

Believe it or not, Jones was still not done before halftime. Maryland handed the ball to Jones in what appeared to be a sweep around the right side. This time, Jones pulled up and threw a strike down the field.

The spiral may have been a bit wobbly, but  Jones still found Taivon Jacobs in the end zone for his third score of the game. Maryland Football shared the play on Twitter:

Not only is Jones killing it, but the Terrapins have the Longhorns on serious upset alert in the first half.