No. 21 MI dominates Maryland in 1st half in 35-10 win

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Maryland running back Ty Johnson is electric at times with the ball in his hands. Associated Press

Peters has completed 68% of his passes for 184 yards and two touchdowns and no interceptions this season.

The Wolverines (8-2, 5-2 Big Ten) have won three straight. The Terrapins have lost four of their last five games overall.

Michigan's defense kept D.J.

Maryland (4-6, 2-5) was starting its fourth different quarterback this season, transfer Ryan Brand, a former walk-on.

Chris Evans scored from 1 yard out with 12:21 to play in the second quarter, and when MI got the ball back on a failed fake punt, Peters found Zach Gentry for a 33-yard score a minute later. Brand was 16 for 35 for 136 yards.

The Wolverines blocked a punt on the next Maryland possession. Two plays later, Peters hit McKeon for a 3-yard pass, and the Wolverines' lead was 28-0 with 8:21 to play in the first half.

The Wolverines are No. 19 in the latest AP Top 25, a week after re-entering the AP Top 25 at No.21.

In the second half, Maryland scored on a 20-yard field goal by Henry Darmstadter and a 10-yard pass from Brand to Jacobs. To reach the conference title game, however, they'd need to beat both Wisconsin and Ohio State and get some tiebreaker luck.

Maryland football lost to the Michigan Wolverines once again but this lost wasn't as bad as the one past year.

MI got three touchdowns in a four-minute span in the second quarter to hand Maryland a 35-10 defeat Saturday at Maryland Stadium.

The Michigan Wolverines cruised to a fairly straightforward win over the Maryland Terrapins on Saturday, but there were still some bumps in the road.

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