The 2016 football season is upon us.
On Saturday, the Maryland football team played their annual Red-White Spring Game at Maryland Stadium. Several high-profile recruits were on hand to take in the action.
The Terrapins ended up receiving a commitment from McDonogh School (Md.) offensive tackle Jordan McNair shortly after the game concluded. If you want to learn more about McNair, check out our piece on his commitment.
The Red team (defense) defeated the White team (offense) 51-35 in the game. In terms of scoring, the offense got the normal amount of points for scoring, but the defensive point system was a little bit different.
The defense got seven points for a defensive touchdown and a forced turnover. A forced three-and-out is three points and a defensive stop is two points.
There were positives to take away from both sides of the football. Without further ado, let’s take a look at what we learned.
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