Star Maryland wide receiver Stefon Diggs gave Maryland fans a brief scare after exiting the game following a hit he received while attempting to haul in a pass from CJ Brown. Diggs initially went to the bench but later returned on Maryland's next offensive drive and appeared to be okay.
The Terps are on the verge of blowing this game open against West Virginia behind another dominating effort by Maryland's defense. Maryland held the Mountaineers to just 65 total yards of offense and two first downs in the first half, while forcing three turnovers, two of which resulted in Maryland touchdowns. The Terps' defensive line has been absolutely dominant, quickly bringing down players on running plays and holding WVU to just 2.4 yards per carry. Quarterback Ford Childress has also had a rough day, completing just seven passes for 39 yards while throwing two interceptions. Childress has also tossed a few other balls that could have been intercepted but were dropped by Maryland. He hasn't looked comfortable in the pocket thanks to Maryland's defensive pressure and has mostly succeeded on short screen passes.
Maryland, despite being up 30-0, has struggled on offense but has taken advantage of and capitalized on West Virginia turnovers. CJ Brown finished the first half 10/16 passing for 128 yards and a score and has also rushed for 18 yards and a touchdown. But Brown hasn't looked completely comfortable himself in the first half, missing a few open receivers and narrowly avoiding a few interceptions.
The rain is coming down hard in Baltimore and will likely continue for most of the game. It hasn't really impacted the game thus far, but could in the 2nd half.
Maryland kicker Brad Craddock has had a fantastic game so far for Maryland, converting all three of his field goal opportunities, including a 50 yard attempt, which tied his career high and would have been good from 55 or possibly 60 yards.
We'll have more updates as the second half gets underway.