Play it again

October 15, 2006|By [HEATHER A. DINICH]

A summary of Maryland's 28-26 victory over Virginia:

What went right / / Maryland capitalized on Virginia's errors, namely a fumble that put the Terps on the 1-yard line, and a 16-yard punt that set up a scoring drive.

What went wrong / / Maryland's defense again struggled to contain a mobile quarterback, as Jameel Sewell gained a total of 335 yards and was part of three touchdowns.

Defining moment / / Maryland corner Josh Wilson's defense on receiver Kevin Ogletree prevented a tying two-point conversion with 2:37 left in the game.

What it means / / The Terps finally proved they can win when faced with a game-defining moment.

Up next / / The Terps (4-2, 1-1 Atlantic Coast Conference) will host North Carolina State (3-3, 2-1) on Saturday for homecoming. The Wolfpack lost, 25-23, to Wake Forest yesterday.

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