Maryland football trailed Nebraska 28-0 in the fourth quarter on Saturday, and hadn’t scored a touchdown in 11 consecutive quarters. The Terps put up a total of two field goals in blowouts against Michigan and Ohio State, and couldn’t get anything going offensively.
D.J. Moore finally got his team on the scoreboard with a 92-yard catch-and-run that eclipsed what the team had accumulated so far.
He broke away from at least six defenders, giving the Terps points that should at least matter emotionally.
Previously in outrageous D.J. Moore plays, this catch against Indiana: