NCAA Football Week 9 Recap, Indiana Defeats Maryland 42-36, Saturday, October 29, 2016

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maryland terrapinsMARYLAND TERRAPINS indiana-hoosiersINDIANA HOOSIERS
5-3 October 29, 3:30 PM | Turf of Memorial Stadium 4-4

When: 3:30 PM ET, Saturday, October 29, 2016
Where: Memorial Stadium, Bloomington, Indiana

Maryland at Indiana, Box score
Final 1 2 3 4 T
MD 7 14 3 12 36
IND 13 3 13 13 42
Rotation /Team /Time Opening Lines
10/29 3:30 PM
141maryland terrapins Maryland
142indiana-hoosiers Indiana
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COLLEGE FOOTBALL – Saturday, October 29th, Maryland Terrapins vs. Indiana Hoosiers.
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maryland terrapinsMaryland Terrapins +4.5 -105 +170 52.5 -115
indiana-hoosiersIndiana Hoosiers -4.5 -115 -200 52.5 -105
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Devine Redding ran for 130 yards as Indiana handled Maryland by a score of 42-36 on Saturday at Memorial Stadium.

Indiana was the ATS victor, as they covered the -3.5-point spread as a favorite. Over-Under bettors who played OVER the total of 54.0 were rewarded at the payout window.

Devine Redding rushed for 130 yards, while Tyler Natee added 111 yards in the win. Ricky Jones and Nick Westbrook added 77 and 65 receiving yards respectively.

Ty Johnson rushed for 142 yards for Maryland, while Lorenzo Harrison added 73 yards. Perry Hills threw for 248 yards for the Terrapins, while receivers D.J. Moore and Teldrick Morgan had 81 and 46 yards respectively.

Maryland lost the offensive yardage battle to Indiana 650-517 yards in Saturday’s game. Indiana had more first downs as that total ended up 34-29.

The time of possession battle favored Maryland as their offense was on the field for 32:15, longer than the 27:45 of their opponents.

Next game, Indiana takes its act on the road to face Rutgers looking for another win. For Maryland, they head on the road to face Michigan.

Indiana compiled 650 yards of offense but still had to hang on to snap a three-game losing streak and defeat Maryland 42-30 on Saturday at Memorial Stadium in Bloomington, Ind.

The game was much closer than the final score indicated as the Hoosiers were never able to put much distance between themselves and the Terps.

The Terrapins compiled 512 yards, but mistakes doomed any chance they had against a swarming Hoosiers defense.

Zander Diamont put the icing on the cake for Indiana (4-4, 2-3 Big Ten) at the 49-second mark when he broke through the right side and scampered 52 yards untouched for the final score of the day.

Earlier in the quarter, the Hoosiers converted a fumble by Maryland quarterback Perry Hills into seven points to take a 35-23 lead.

But Maryland methodically marched 65 yards in 13 plays with Hills scoring from five yards out. The 2-point conversion failed.

The Terps (5-2, 2-2) defeated Michigan State last week and headed to Bloomington with a chance to become bowl eligible in coach D.J. Durkin’s first season. With games against Michigan, Ohio State and Nebraska remaining on their schedule, beating the Hoosiers would have given the Terps some margin of error.

Their best hope now is against Rutgers in the final game of the season.

The Hoosiers had lost three straight after a promising start this season and looked like they meant business from the get-go.

Quarterback Richard Lagow guided the Hoosiers on an 11-play, 85-yard drive the first time Indiana had the ball. Diamont found pay dirt from 11 yards out to put Indiana up 6-0. The two-point conversion failed.

Marcelino Ball intercepted Hills three plays later, and the Hoosiers marched 91 yards in 10 plays to take a 13-0 lead.

It took the Terps only three plays to finally get on the board. Ty Johnson ran 66 yards to make the score 13-7.

Maryland took a 21-16 lead into halftime despite allowing the Hoosiers to rush for more than 200 yards in the first half.

Hills connected with Moore on a circus catch good for a 23-yard touchdown with 30 seconds left to cap a seven-play, 69-yard drive as the Terps grabbed their first lead of the game.

Hills was an efficient 7 of 12 for a touchdown and an interception in the first half. Johnson hauled in six receptions for 103 yards and the one long score.

Lagow in the first half was 9 of 15 for 112 yards, but it was the Hoosiers’ ground game that was the star of the game. Tyler Natee and Devine Redding had 79 and 73 yards, respectively.

Indiana had three runners rush for at least 100 yards with Redding leading the way with 130 yards and a touchdown. Natee accounted for 111 yards and a touchdown and Diamont finished with 104 yards and two scores.

Johnson led the way for Maryland with 142 yards.

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