I have said it over and over: The Big 10 is overrated. How else could Maryland waltz over the team that just beat Nizzou.
Brandon Ross had a super day 1 TD and 62 yards rushing.
I am very concerned about the wrist injury to CJ. Caleb Rowe gave the Terps some quality minutes, but is he the guy.
Diggs, Ross, and Long had big games for Maryland.
The Terps defense was definitely beat up before the game. Yet it stopped one of the most vaunted offenses in the NCAA.
Northwestern 29 james Frankilin and his Penn State 6–Thats right
Mizzou 21 South Carolina 20–Yes thats the same Mizzou that lost to IU
The Terps are now 4-1 and will face OSU Saturday October 4
C.J. Under Center: Quarterback C.J. Brown’s five-yard touchdown run was the 22nd of his career, which is the seventh-highest total in school history, and his 29-yard touchdown pass was his 27th, seventh most all-time. Brown has been responsible for 49 career touchdowns, four shy of the school record.
Climbing the Charts: With six catches for 112 yards, wide receiver Stefon Diggs continued to ascend within the Maryland record book. Diggs passed Guilian Gary (1998-2001) for seventh all-time with 117 career receptions. The junior wideout moved passed Marcus Badgett (1989-1992) for sixth all-time in career yards with 1,832 yards, and he moved into a tie for seventh in career touchdowns (11) with Badgett and Barry Johnson (1987-1990).
Diggs Over 100: For the seventh time in his career, wide receiver Stefon Diggs eclipsed the 100-yard plateau for receiving yards in a game (112). His seven 100-yard games ties him for second in program history with Torrey Smith (2008-10), Derrick Fenner (2002-05) and Jo Jo Walker (2002-05). Jermaine Lewis (1992-95) holds the program record with 15.
Two Over 100: Wide receivers Stefon Diggs and Deon Long totaled 112 yards and 108 yards receiving, respectively. It is the first time two Maryland receivers have gone over 100 yards since Quintin McCree (7-117) and Kerry Boykins (6-101) did it against Virginia on Nov. 5, 2011.
One More Catch: Wide receiver Stefon Diggs now has a reception in 23 straight games. That total is tied for the fifth longest streak in school history with John Tice (1978-1982).
Still Perfect: Kicker Brad Craddock connected on his eighth, ninth and 10th field goals of the season, a 48 yarder for Maryland’s opening score, a 30 yarder for the Terps’ final points of the first half, and a 48 yarder to close the scoring. Craddock is a perfect 10-for-10 this season and has converted 16 consecutive field goal attempts dating back to last season. Craddock has now converted 41 career field goals, which ranks fifth in program history.
Career First: Wide receiver Juwann Winfree’s first career reception went for a touchdown, a 30-yard strike from quarterback Caleb Rowe.
Offensive Notes: Quarterback Caleb Rowe tossed his 10th career TD pass and third of the season to running back Brandon Ross, who has two in as many games … wide receiver Deon Long led all receivers with a career-high 10 catches and finished with a season-best 108 yards … running back Wes Brown had a career-long 38-yard reception.
It was hard to watch this massacre Saturday morning. The USA trailing 6 1/2 to 5 1/2 after 3 sessions, got destroyed 3 1/2 to 1/2 in the Saturday alternate shot format.
Coach Tom Watson’s mistakes:
Not playing Speith and Reed in the afternoon matches on Friday.
3 Captain picks Keegan Bradley, Hunter Mahan, and Webb Simpson have gone 2-4.
Speith and Fowler were obviously tired on Saturday, yet he chose to play them over Phil and Keegan both of whom sat out day 2.
But the whole truth really is that the Euros are just much better. Don’t worry about missing any of the Ravens game watching the Ryder Cup. The end will be decided by 11AM.
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The Terrapins improve their overall record to 4-3-2 and up their Big Ten mark to 2-1-1. The Hawkeyes suffer just their second defeat of the season and are now 8-2-0 overall and 3-1-0 in conference play.
“Great win for our team on the road,” said Maryland head coach Jonathan Morgan. “We put together a very good performance in the first half and were able to reward ourselves with a great goal.
Cousins was horrible–4 interceptions and a fumble.
Orioles but 5 hits yet 4 HRs. Steve Pearce hit a 2 out 9th inning HR to tie the game.
Was this actually a script for Jeter?
I sit behind the home plate screen at Camden Yards. No visiting ballplayer was ever as engaging with the fans as Derek Jeter.
Who will the 11 pitchers be for Detroit? The 4 starters and Gausman. O’Day, Miller, Tommy Hunter, and Britton. Take you to 9. My guess for the last 2–Matusz and Webb.
4 hits for Nelson Cruz
An excellent choice by the school. Brian’s Coaching tenures at Maryland and Georgetown have prepared him well for this position.
I am not sure why it felt like a big win Tuesday night but it did.
Nelson Cruz hit HR #40 last night. It’s going to be hard to see him go.
Orioles had 17 hits, including 3 HRs yet still only scored 5 runs.
Andrew Miller gave up 2 run homer to Brian McCann