A week ago, it seemed like Maryland might have hit their low. On Saturday afternoon, they found a new rock bottom.

A rocky start at Nebraska saw Penn State down by three touchdowns midway through the second quarter. It isn’t like Penn State, who came into the game 0-3, is playing a juggernaut in Nebraska, who are winless through their first two games this season.

After the Cornhuskers picked up a fumble and ran it for a touchdown for a 24-3 lead, Nittany Lions head coach James Franklin pulled quarterback Sean Clifford. Completing 5-of-8 passes for 37 yards, Clifford had an interception and the aforementioned fumble before he was eventually benched.