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Smith Scores Again; Terps Draw Even

With 12:18 remaining in the game, Maryland held the ball on the James Madison eight yard-line. Quarterback Chris Turner took the snap and ran to his right, appearing to set up an option run. But when he tossed the ball, wideout Torrey Smith was on the receiving end, and he was running in the opposite direction.

Smith scampered around the left end and into the end zone, enabling the Terps to tie the score, 28-28.

By Steve Yanda  |  September 12, 2009; 8:31 PM ET
Categories:  Football , Men's basketball  
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