The Maryland Terrapins came to play Saturday as they take on No. 10 Ohio State.
On the game’s opening drive, running back Anthony McFarland got some great blocking up front, found a lane on the left side and bolted 81 yards to the house to give Maryland a quick 7-0 lead over the Buckeyes.
— Greg Brandt (@devywarehouse) November 17, 2018
Then, after the extra point, the Terps found a way to get the ball right back on an unconventional onside kick.
The Ohio State Kick Returner just watched this fall and the Terps recovered it, first offensive snap after this Maryland tries a trick play and turns it over. pic.twitter.com/LrcjJj98Yq
— NCAAF Nation (@NCAAFNation247) November 17, 2018
Unfortunately, the good vibes didn’t last. Maryland attempted a trick play on their next snap and promptly turned the ball over. But at the very least, the Terps established that they won’t be an easy mark this Saturday.