Editor's note, by Thomas Kendziora:
Maryland's football team rebounded from back-to-back losses by beating Michigan State on Saturday by a 28-17 final score. The Terps were tied at halftime and trailed after three quarters, but rallied in the fourth quarter to record their fifth win of the year.
Senior quarterback Perry Hills returned to the field and completed 21 of his 27 passes, finishing with 200 yards and two touchdowns. He found sophomore D.J. Moore for a 36-yard score in the first half and senior Levern Jacobs from 9 yards out in the fourth quarter. Running backs Lorenzo Harrison and Kenneth Goins each added a rushing touchdown. Harrison and Ty Johnson ran for over 100 yards.
Saturday's primetime contest was also the annual blackout game, meaning both the team's and crowd's apparel matched the night sky. Our own Sammi Silber was right next to the action and documented the win with these photos.