The Washington Times - September 20, 2008, 02:23PM

A quick good news/bad news for Maryland fans.

Good news: Obi Egekeze hit a field goal, 23-yarder that should help alleviate some concerns.


Bad news: He didn’t get to follow up with another attempt late in the first half; instead, Chris Turner (7-for-12, 100 yards, TD, INT) threw a pick to end a drive.

Good news: The defense has picked off a couple passes, while special teams blocked a punt.

Bad news: Eastern Michigan QB Kyle McMahon is 16-for-22 for 217 yards and a touchdown, pretty much ripping apart the Terps for 10-yard gains at any time he wants.

Good news: Morgan Green has his first two career touchdowns and 36 yards to pace Maryland’s running game.

Bad news: Maryland’s only had the ball for 10:09 —- shades of the Middle Tennessee loss from two weeks ago. The Terps could really use a couple long, extended drives to keep its depleted secondary and undermanned defensive line off the field.

—- Patrick Stevens