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The terps had an opportunity to overcome the surprise but failed to take it offensively when they needed it

Taulia Tagovailoa fell back over time at the start of the fourth quarter, aiming for Brian Cobbs to cut through the middle of the field in second and very long place

The Maryland quarterback tossed the pass into the Indiana defense’s double cover with plenty of air underneath, leading to his third interception of the afternoon

The turnover was the nail in the coffin in the defeat of the Terps against No. 27-11 12 Hoosiers, a competition in which the crime was repeatedly not carried out at crucial moments

“I’m really disappointed with our offensive execution,” said head coach Mike Locksley. “And for me as an offensive guy, it’s up to me to fix and correct this, figure out what went wrong, and then make the appropriate corrections to make ”

Maryland competed against Indiana on Saturday in less than ideal circumstances, to say the least

The Terps had stopped playing on the team for two consecutive weekends following a coronavirus outbreak, causing head coach Mike Locksley’s roster to lose 23 players, nine of which played a key role when they played against No. 1 started 12 team in the country

Despite the strange stacks against them, the Terps had an opportunity to overcome the surprise.Instead, from the first trip on, they kept coming back in their own way

“We all work hard and work on our timing every day No matter who is in the field, it’s all about getting our work done and done, “said Tagovailoa

Tagovailoa led the offensive within the Hoosiers’ 30-yard line on three of the team’s first four trips to start the game, and each time came away empty-handed

Before getting to Bloomington, the Terps had switched on every opening run at the start of the year, but a missed 29-yarder from kicker Joseph Petrino after a misconnection in the end zone to a wide-open Dontay Demus Jr broke the series

Two drives later, Tagovailoa again aimed at Demus at a deep dip to the two-yard line, but the ball was intercepted by the Hoosier secondary after a point drill

A strong defensive stance that resulted in a three in Indiana, one in four in the afternoon, gave Tagovailoa a chance to repay himself five games and twenty five yards later the second was comfortably in his pocket and flipping it back over after taking her had thrown into double cover at the 10-yard line in Indiana

However, the Terps regained possession in the same game after Demus chased the defender and forced a fumble which he regained The new ride ended with another playoff for Maryland, second of four in the first half

With all of the lackluster production on Maryland’s offensive side of the ball, with major losses running back from Jake Funk, broad receivers Jeshaun Jones and Rakim Jarrett, and offensive linemen Johnny Jordan and Marcus Minor, most of the weight fell on them Defense The unit competed against a Hoosier team who lost 35 points and 490 yards in a 7-point loss to No. 1 scored 4 Ohio State in their last game

Two of the Terps players who missed the game due to COVID-19 protocol were Tarheeb Still and Nick Cross, who had both been integral to the team’s secondary education this season

Without them on the field, two-time Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week receiver Ty Fryfogle was primed for a fine day.The senior didn’t bring in a catch until the third quarter, as did his counterpart Whop Philyor, and finished the competition with only two receptions for 24 yards

Quarterback Michael Penix only threw 37 yards in the first half and 84 yards throughout the game, despite being eliminated with an injury in the third quarter. When he went into the matchup with Maryland, he averaged 3,122 yards per game in the air with his lowest total in the first week against Penn State at 170

“That was our key in secondary school just to take away all the shots and get them working,” said Defense attorney Antwaine Richardson. “Take away all the route concepts they love, those are the deep routes to over routes

The Terps came in third and fourth with two giant stops in the red zone to open the third quarter, but momentum quickly fell out of their hands. Once his team got the ball, Tagovailoa held the ball on one Read option and couldn’t find a way out of his own end zone resulting in a Hoosier safety and the ball

“If the read button solves the problem, you got it wrong,” said Locksley. “And so it is a mystery to be end-zone tackled by the guy you’re reading right now, and I don’t see why he is Ball was not given and why the reading key could attack our quarterback ”

Indiana returned the subsequent free kick near midfield, where Penix and the Hoosier offensive faced a revamped Terp defense and 3 Coming off the field, an offside penalty against Maryland extended the drive, which ultimately resulted in a 1-yard touchdown run for Scott

With a two-point deficit, Tagovailoa and the Offensive took the field again, with a chance to keep the Terps competing.More inaccuracies from the team’s caller forced another quick threesome as the offense slowed as the quarter progressed led to bleeding

Maryland was only on the field for four offensive games in the third quarter, a total of minus five meters without a single first down

The Terps’ offensive performance in the first half was very different from the second half, as the team built a total of 237 yards in the first 30 minutes but only built 63 yards in the second half. Indiana, on the other hand, was 139 yards in the first and in the second 210 yards

“He’s a great quarterback, I’m not going to take anything away from him,” Indiana linebacker Cam Jones said of Tagovailoa. “We just knew we had to stop the quarterback scramble, we know he’s very fast and athletic is We saw movies and we just knew we had to do that ”

Maryland scored a touchdown and two-point switch on a Tagovailoa-Demus link late in the fourth quarter, but it was just too little, too late

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Source: https://www.testudotimes.com/maryland-terps-football/2020/11/28/21723923/maryland-football-no-12-indiana-loss-coronavirus-impact-poor-execution-results-summary-stats