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Maryland leads Miami, 17-12

By Eric Prisbell

Maryland moved the ball to the 2, but Jamarr Robinson, who came in for a play, fumbled the snap and lost eight yards when he recovered it. Maryland settled for a 27-yard field goal from Travis Baltz.

It was not clear if Robinson just dropped the ball or whether it was a botched snap.

By Eric Prisbell  | November 6, 2010; 1:23 PM ET
Categories:  Football  
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Comments

Not sure I agree with putting JR in the game on the 2 yard line, but at least we didn't lose possession. Miami is killing us in total yards. Thankfully they only have 15 points. Can we keep it up?

Posted by: SirPelleas | November 6, 2010 2:04 PM | Report abuse

Tough loss. Lots of ways to look at it. Two young QB's, both with highs and lows. In some respects that "phantom" face mask penalty against Miami was like the late flag that cost them the national championship against OSU. But of course this time they were able to overcome it. DOB didn't have a great game. Not a terrible game, but just not good enough. Our defense played very well and they were on the field for what, 40 minutes? Let's see how the team comes back from this.

Posted by: petecard | November 6, 2010 5:09 PM | Report abuse

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