Daniel Gallen, sports reporter: For the first time in a month, Maryland was within striking distance of a victory in the fourth quarter of a game. But once again, the Terps fell short because of turnovers and poor execution. Though he turned in another gutsy effort with 349 yards of total offense and two touchdowns, quarterback Perry Hills turned the ball over five times (three interceptions, two fumbles), including a pick that essentially ended the game for the Terps. Maryland's struggles in Penn State territory in the first half came back to haunt the Terps down the stretch, too. In seven trips across the 50 in the first 15 minutes, the Terps scored only 13 points.