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Michigan finally got on the board with a field goal late in the first half against Maryland to break up a scoreless tie. One play later, the Terps were ahead by four points.

Ty Johnson got some great blocking up front and had just enough speed to outrun the Michigan coverage unit on a 98-yard kickoff return for touchdown to give the Terrapins the lead.



Maryland has already knocked off Texas this year. A few more big plays like this could potentially lead to its second huge upset of the year.


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