Michigan and Maryland are locked in a heated B1G East battle to open the conference slate Saturday. Maryland nearly made it to halftime with a slim lead, but the Wolverines came up with a big play late.

Driving with the ball late in the half, Blake Corum and the offense were stopped just short of the line to gain on 3rd down. However, the Wolverines rushed to the line and caught the Terps off guard.

That 4th-down run worked with Corum bouncing outside and past the pile. Corum rolled down the sideline 33 yards for the touchdown with Maryland’s defense totally caught off guard and sucked into the middle on 4th down.

The touchdown gives Michigan a 17-13 lead at halftime, but the Wolverines still have plenty of work to do. The Terrapins have not folded against the pressure of the Big House to this point.