Maryland Overview: Average
Recap: West Virginia 45, Maryland 6
This was a disaster. There’s no other way to put it.
West Virginia held a 38-0 lead at halftime, and nearly kept Maryland off the scoreboard (the Terrapins didn’t score until the fourth quarter).
Maryland threw five interceptions, including four picks by starter Caleb Rowe. West Virginia clobbered the Terrapins’ defense, totaling 601 yards of offense and 37 first downs.
Brandon Ross led Maryland offensively with 130 rushing yards on 15 carries. Jahrvis Davenport caught only one pass — a 46-yarder from Daxx Garman — but it account for the Terrapin’s lone score.