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Maryland leads Miami, 17-15, at halftime

By Eric Prisbell

A 33-yard field goal by Miami in the final minute of the first half. Receiver Travis Benjamin's 48-yard reception highlighted Miami's drive.

Will Maryland be able to hold off Miami in the second half?

(By the way, the attendance for this game is horrible.)

By Eric Prisbell  | November 6, 2010; 1:32 PM ET
Categories:  Football  
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Comments

When we needed a first down on 3 and 6 with 3 minutes remaining, we run for the first down.

Please for the love of God, fire Franklin. He is absolutely incompetent as an offensive coordinator. If he ever becomes our head coach I am done with this team.

Posted by: Barno1 | November 6, 2010 3:30 PM | Report abuse

Barno I like you and Franklin is awful but I've gotta blame the fat man for that. He has to make the executive decision there and get out of the conservative box. We gave them the ball with 3 minutes to go in decent field position and gifted them the win... I'm sick.

Posted by: Imjustlikemusiq | November 6, 2010 3:55 PM | Report abuse

Barno I agree with you, however in my humble opinion the worse call was in the first half, 1st and goal on the two. Why wasn't D.J. Adams used to try and get two yards? Instead we throw incomplete on 1st down and then, to make it even worse, we change QBs and fumble and lose eight yards. Don't make it on 3rd down and have to kick a FG. I hope the new AD was taking notes.

Posted by: fellowfan | November 6, 2010 4:33 PM | Report abuse

The Robinson fumble cost the team 4 points and the DOB pick cost at least 3. Get the 7 points and we win.

At least 4 drops by the receivers were disappointing as well. Tyler's drop on the opening series did not help set the tone.

Posted by: garrett4 | November 6, 2010 4:48 PM | Report abuse

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