The Washington Times - November 28, 2009, 04:18PM

Maryland managed 51 yards on its first drive.

It has seven yards in three possessions since then.


Chris Turner‘s return netted a field goal on the opening possession. But now it’s Jamarr Robinson Time again, though the Terps haven’t done much on his first two plays.

Meanwhile, Boston College parlayed a short pass and some lousy pursuit into a touchdown, then carved up Maryland on a field goal drive late in the first quarter.

Really, it doesn’t look that much different than most of the season. So in that regard, it’s not surprising the Terps are trailing —- again.

—- Patrick Stevens