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Looking at some noteworthy Terps football stats

Baltimore Sun Media Group sports reporter Matt Zenitz talks about Maryland's 23-16 win over Michigan. (Kevin Richardson/BSMG)

Maryland quarterback C.J. Brown swept to his left, finding open running room on his way to a go-ahead touchdown early in the fourth quarter of the Terps' 23-16 win over Michigan.

The touchdown was the 54th Brown has been responsible for during his Maryland career, moving him into first place on the Terps' all-time list, past former Maryland quarterback Scott Milanovich.

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Brown also accounted for 252 yards of total offense Saturday, which elevated him into second place on the Terps' all-time list for total offense during a career.

Brown (6,596 yards) needs 515 yards during Maryland's final two games to supplant Milanovich in first place.

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Here are some other noteworthy Terps numbers following Saturday's win:

** Senior defensive end Andre Monroe recorded a sack Saturday, which gave him 24 for his career and tied him with former Maryland standout Mike Corvino for first place on the school's all-time list. Monroe is also second in the Big Ten with 9.5 sacks.

** Terps cornerback Will Likely had an interception Saturday. Likely leads the Big Ten and is tied for third nationally with six interceptions. His 14 passes defended are the most in the Big Ten.

** Maryland kicker Brad Craddock was 3 of 3 on field goals versus Michigan and is 17 of 17 on the season. The junior is the only kicker in the FBS yet to miss a field goal this year and has made 23 consecutive kicks dating back to last season. Former Ohio State kicker Mike Nugent holds the Big Ten record with 24 straight made field goals. Craddock was named Big Ten co-special teams player of the week on Monday.

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** Terps sophomore outside linebacker Yannick Ngakoue is tied for fifth in the Big Ten with 13 tackles for a loss.

** Maryland senior inside linebacker Cole Farrand had 10 tackles against Michigan and is posting an average of 12.1 tackles per game during Big Ten play.

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