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Terps 'D' Not Holding Up Well

James Madison just strode 56 yards in six plays on a scoring drive that lasted all of 2:35. For all the success Maryland's offense is having, its defense is being equally faulty.

The Terps' offensive drives are methodical and patient, utilizing a horizontal passing game that has been quite effective. JMU's offense, on the other hand, is racing down the field as if it has a plane to catch -- and Maryland isn't doing much in the way of stopping the Dukes.

JMU also tacked on a two-point conversion and now trails by just a touchdown.

By Steve Yanda  |  September 12, 2009; 7:08 PM ET
Categories:  Football  
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