The game got away from Maryland quickly in the Terps' 42-32 loss to host Wake Forest, but wide receiver LaQuan Williams (Poly) did what he could to try to pull them back into it. The junior caught one pass for 5 yards on third-and-3 in the fourth quarter, moving the chains during a drive on which Maryland eventually scored a touchdown that made the score 42-32. Williams was targeted on four other passes, but they all resulted in incompletions. Terps starting senior strong safety Jamari McCollough (Randallstown) made four tackles (three solo, one assist) in the game, including a stop of Demon Deacons running back Brandon Pendergrass on fourth-and-2 from the Maryland 26-yard line in the final quarter. Starting nose tackle A.J. Francis, a redshirt freshman and Severn native, made two tackles (one solo, one assist). For Wake, redshirt freshman linebacker Joey Ehrmann (Gilman) made one solo tackle, bringing down Maryland quarterback Chris Turner after a 3-yard gain on second-and-10 in the fourth quarter.