The Terps were left searching for signs of life against Penn State.
The Terps had eight penalties for 70 yards in the first half.
Quarterback Josh Jackson went 10-for-21 and threw two interceptions.
“We got some work to do for us to be able to call it a rivalry."
“We want to affect the quarterback in a lot of ways."
Coach Mike Locksley has made it a point of emphasis to keep penalties at a minimum.
Jackson went 15-for-38 against Temple, with a touchdown and an interception.
Austin Fontaine and Ellis McKennie will help fill in at the right guard spot.
"To be a premier program, you’ve gotta have premier facilities.”
The Terps were stuffed on two fourth-and-goal tries from the 1-yard line.