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Terps finally break through in 7-6 win over William & Mary

Terps finally break through in 7-6 win over William & Mary

Maryland opened its season Saturday with hope inspired by a new quarterback, new offensive and defensive coordinators, new kicker, new FieldTurf and new uniforms that – unlike last year – displayed the players' names on their backs.

But, for the longest time, no Terp crossed into the colorful new end zones featuring bold, Maryland flag-inspired patterns. The new quarterback threw three interceptions. The kicker missed a first-half chip shot. For three quarters, the players may have wished their names weren't attached to their jerseys.

But, in a game that proved an exercise in patience for the fans and resilience for the players, Maryland did enough to win. The Terps scored...

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