A fake-punt call kickstarted Michigan’s offense.
Pressure on opposing quarterbacks has been hard to come by for the Terps in conference play.
“I can’t ever relax. You never know what’s going to happen week-to-week,” DeSue said.
“It’s mentally demoralizing,” coach Mike Locksley said.
The Terps have dropped five of their past six games.
The Terps' depleted secondary will be tasked with shutting down a trio of talented wideouts.
“Winning isn’t something we talk a lot about. It’s really the process and the habits and behaviors that help you win.”
Mike Locksley did not officially name a starting quarterback, though.
With less than a minute before intermission, the Hoosiers stole momentum.
Quarterback Tyrrell Pigrome threw an interception with one minute left, sealing the Terps' fate.