The Washington Times - October 10, 2009, 07:21PM

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. – The point of the game, last I checked was to outscore the opposition.

Which usually means stopping the opposition at some stage.

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Maryland is really struggling with that facet, yielding 213 yards on 22 plays in the first quarter en route to a 21-7 deficit.

The Terps, meanwhile, have run 9 plays for 13 yards through their first possession of the second quarter.

There’s been a Caleb Porzel sighting, but that only led to a loss of three yards. Outside of a Torrey Smith kickoff return, nothing has gone well for Maryland.

Especially the defense.

– Patrick Stevens