The Washington Times - October 29, 2011, 04:51PM

Maryland’s rough season has gotten worse in a three-quarters empty Byrd Stadium.

Boston College has rolled up 202 yards rushing in the first half en route to a 21-3 lead over the Terrapins in dreadful conditions.

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Maryland has used two quarterbacks, though both are struggling in the snow. C.J. Brown played the first quarter and was 2-for-6 for 14 yards and an interception (albeit one that was tipped). Danny O’Brienis 4-for-12 for 24 yards and an interception.

There’s been no sign of Tony Logan or Demetrius Hartsfield so far (or D.J. Adams, for that matter). In any case, the Terps are 30 minutes away from losing their sixth game of the season and relinquishing any margin of error for the rest of the season.

– Patrick Stevens