This Saturday: At West Virginia, Mountaineer Field, Morgantown, 1 p.m.
Previous game: The Terps became the first Atlantic Coast Conference team to hold a halftime lead on Florida State since the Seminoles joined the conference in 1992. The 20-17 edge quickly evaporated in the second half, however, as Florida State scored five unanswered touchdowns for a 52-20 victory. The Mountaineers (1-2) lost, 17-12, at Rutgers.
Key statistics: The Seminoles gained 731 yards total offense, their most since they pummeled the Terps for 858 two years ago. The Terps, who last season allowed more yards than any team in Division I-A history, are last in the nation in defense, giving up 631 yards per game. Maryland drove 80 yards to a touchdown on the game's first possession, but could muster just 157 yards the rest of the way. Danny Kanell threw for 427 yards for Florida State; Maryland's Scott Milanovich was held to 188 yards. Terps running backs gained 34 ards.
Injuries: Freshman superback Buddy Rodgers and freshman offensive guard Pete Sorrentino left the game with left knee sprains.
This Saturday: At Bowling Green, Doyt Perry Stadium, Bowling Green, Ohio, 1 p.m.
Previous game: The Midshipmen suffered their seventh straight loss in bowing to Virginia, 47-10, in Annapolis. Navy scored its only touchdown on a 1-yard run by Monte Williams with 15 seconds left in the game. The Mids have now been outscored 113-27 in their first two games. Bowling Green (1-1) routed Akron, 45-0.
Key statistics: Jim Kubiak set an academy career record for pass completions (390) by completing 25 of 55 passes for 298 yards. He also moved into second place behind Bill Byrne on the all-time yardage list with 4,294 yards. Kubiak has passed for more than 200 yards in four straight games and 11 of the past 12. His 55 passes broke his mark of 54, set against Wake Forest in 1991. Ryan Bucchianeri's 36-yard field goal in the second quarter broke an 11-quarter scoreless streak against Virginia.
Injuries: Sophomore defensive end Cal Quinn injured his left knee and will undergo arthroscopic surgery today. He will not play Saturday.
MORGAN STATE (0-1)
This Saturday: Grambling, Memorial Stadium, 7 p.m.
Key statistics: Bethune-Cookman's Tony Kerrin completed 23 of 39 passes for 288 yards and four touchdowns, earning Offensive Player of the Week honors in the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference. Morgan State had difficulty sustaining a drive, especially in the first half when it was 0-for-9 on third-down conversions. Bethune-Cookman out-gained Morgan State 449-234 in total offense and held the Bears to 34 yards rushing. The Bears committed six turnovers -- three interceptions and three fumbles.
TOWSON STATE (1-0)
This Saturday: At Delaware State, Alumni Field, Dover, Del., 2 p.m.
Previous game: The Tigers overcame a shaky first quarter to defeat Buffalo, 32-16. Delaware State lost to Youngstown State, 23-3.
Key statistics: Towson State quarterback Dan Crowley completed 14 of 27 passes for 308 yards and three touchdowns. Crowley's main target was senior Mark Orlando, who set a school record with 238 yards receiving and two touchdowns on nine receptions. The Tigers' offense accumulated 369 total yards.
BOWIE STATE (1-1)
This Saturday: At Livingstone College, Alumni Field, Salisbury, N.C., 1:30 p.m.
Previous game: The Bulldogs lost to West Virginia Wesleyan, 17-0. Livingstone routed Virginia Union, 31-0.
Key statistics: The loss negated a solid defensive effort from the Bulldogs, who gave up 210 total yards of offense. Tracy Ledbetter and Calvin Ferguson led the Bulldogs with 11 tackles apiece. West Virginia Wesleyan used a strong defensive effort of its own as it forced six Bulldogs turnovers, including three interceptions. Bowie State running back, Monty Bennett rushed for 74 yards on 16 carries and quarterback Darrell Foote went 15-for-36 for 124 yards, but threw three interceptions.
FROSTBURG STATE (1-0)
This Saturday: Mercyhurst College, Bobcat Stadium, Frostburg, 1:30 p.m.
Previous game: The Bobcats scored two first-quarter touchdowns en route to a 21-7 victory over Bridgewater State. Mercyhurst edged Canisius, 13-12.
Key statistics: Bridgewater State (0-1) fumbled the ball twice, the first leading to a Frostburg State touchdown. The second ended a fourth-quarter Bridgewater State drive at the Frostburg State 5. The Bobcats kept the ball on the ground, running for 313 of their 391 total yards. Shawn Freeman led the way for Frostburg, gaining 91 yards on seven carries.
JOHNS HOPKINS (0-1)
This Saturday: At Swarthmore, Isaac H. Clothier Stadium, Swarthmore, Pa., 1:30 p.m.
Previous game: The Blue Jays dropped their season opener, 10-0, to Lebanon Valley. Swarthmore was idle.
Key statistics: The Dutchmen defense sacked Johns Hopkins quarterback Mike Bopp three times and had three interceptions. The Blue Jays were limited to seven first downs. Lebanon Valley tailback Jason Lutz ran for 65 yards on 25 carries and had an
11-yard pass reception during the Dutchmen's touchdown drive. Hari Lymon (City) led Johns Hopkins with 13 rushes for 65 yards. Linebacker Stu Clutterbuck made the Centennial Conference honor roll.
SALISBURY STATE (0-1)
This Saturday: At Methodist, Fayetteville, N.C., 1 p.m.
Previous game: The Sea Gulls lost to Trenton State, 35-20. Salisbury State had led 14-7 at halftime. Methodist lost to Guilford, 13-12.
Key statistics: Trenton State accumulated 489 yards rushing, led by Eric Lampkin (164 yards, two touchdowns) and Vincent Muse (115 yards, two touchdowns). Byron Pugh gained 103 yards rushing and a touchdown on nine carries for Salisbury State.
WESTERN MARYLAND (0-1)
This Saturday: Gettysburg, Bair Stadium, Westminster, 1:30 p.m.
Previous game: Jason Falvo returned a punt 76 yards for a touchdown with 1:40 left to cap a 14-point fourth-quarter comeback and give Juniata a 21-20 victory over Western Maryland. Gettysburg lost to Catholic, 20-14.
Key statistics: Western Maryland built a 20-7 lead with three touchdown passes by quarterback Brian Van Deusen, who completed 20 of 35 passes for 221 yards, but was intercepted three times and sacked seven times for 54 yards. Green Terror kicker Dung Dinh missed one of his three extra-point attempts. Wide receiver Butch Schaffer and defensive tackle Joe Krcma made the Centennial Conference honor roll.