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Luck on Maryland's side so far

Navy missed out on a chance for at least 13 more points in a first half dominated by both teams’ running games. There was Joe Buckley’s 32-yard field goal that caromed off the left upright in the first quarter.

There was quarterback Ricky Dobbs losing a fumble when linebacker Adrian Moten jumped over the line of scrimmage and knocked the ball loose on third and goal from the Maryland 1. And there was Dobbs getting tackled shy of the end zone – choosing not to throw the ball away --- and letting the first half elapse without the Midshipmen at least kicking a field goal.

Maryland 14, Navy 7

Maryland's running the ball pretty well. But what do you make of quarterback Jamarr Robinson so far and his interception?

By Eric Prisbell  |  September 6, 2010; 5:28 PM ET
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Comments

last year they had a QB who couldn't run, this year they have a QB who can't throw. at least they are still consistent with their awful offensive play calling.

Posted by: birdynumnum | September 6, 2010 6:26 PM | Report abuse

Coaching staff needs to be replaced ASAP!!

Posted by: rich263 | September 6, 2010 6:47 PM | Report abuse

What knucklehead coach decided to pull Robinson?

Posted by: AncientTerp | September 6, 2010 7:52 PM | Report abuse

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