The Maryland Terrapins’ (2-10, 1-7 Atlantic Coast Conference) season has come to an end. Heading in to the fourth quarter, Maryland was leading the North Carolina State Wolfpack (7-5, 4-4) 41-21. They then gave up four touchdowns to lose their final game of the season 56-41.
The season finale was marked by turnovers in the first half. Maryland collected three fumbles and one interception in the first half, two of which were converted directly in to touchdowns and a third that the Terps’ offense cashed in.
After halftime is when NC State began mounting their comeback.
Maryland quarterback C.J. Brown didn’t take care of the ball in the second half, throwing two interceptions. The last one he threw was a dagger, a pick-six that provided the final scoring margin.
Not really much else to say. Maryland ends their season with their second 10-loss season in three years.