The Maryland football team may have been inconsistent at times this season.
However, the Terrapins had plenty of eye-popping plays on both sides of the football.
The season certainly started off with a bang as Maryland dominated Howard in the home opener. This was a game where the Terps racked up 519 yards of total offense and six touchdowns on the ground.
Maryland raced out to a 4-0 record, which included a hard-fought 30-24 overtime win over Central Florida. The Terps also dominated Purdue in a 50-7 rout to open the Big Ten portion of the schedule.
Then things definitely took a turn for the worse.
Maryland lost the next two weeks at the hands of Penn State and Minnesota. Both games were lost by at least three touchdowns.
The Terps did top Michigan State at home on Oct. 22 and ended the season with a 31-13 victory over Rutgers. Maryland may have only won three conference games, but they did reach bowl eligibility.
D.J. Durkin was able to double the program’s win total from the previous year.
There were several bumps in the road, but here’s five plays that were truly spectacular.