The Washington Times - November 15, 2008, 04:06PM

It’s a simple game, really.

If an offensive line plays well, a team probably will move the ball quite well.


Maryland‘s offensive line has showed up today, giving Chris Turner time to throw on the Terps’ first two possessions.

It’s also helped Da’Rel Scott get in line for a bounce-back game. The sophomore just scored from three yards out. He has eight carries for 47 yards already, and it’s less than nine minutes in.

The Maryland defense just went back on the field. One note on that unit: Jamari McCollough started at cornerback, but Nolan Carroll is in on this series.

—- Patrick Stevens