10 in 10: Maryland vs. WVU

TurtleSportsReport.com post-game package goes much deeper than the stats and the nuts and bolts of the game. The "10 in 10" feature has 10 not-so-noticeable notes that each can be read in 10 seconds or less. Check out this feature and you will turn heads during your water-cooler post game talk.

An inside look an the not-so-noticeable things that took place during Maryland's 37-0 win against West VirginiaSaturday.

It is designed for each of the 10 quick-hitters to read in 10 seconds or less. Here are the 10 from the game Saturday.

1. Not Digg-ing it--Stefon Diggs made his first catch with about two minutes and 16 seconds left in the third quarter. He finished with just two catches for 13 yards and one rush for five yards.

2. Hendy Comes in Handy --A.J. Hendy lost the battle for the starting spot at free safety but he has found his place as a nickelback. Hendy had a pick six to give Maryland a 14-0 lead and recovered two fumble in Saturday's win.

3. Stinebaugh So Hard --Dave Stinebaugh, a Baltimore-native and Perry Hall alum, caught his first career touchdown in front of his home crowd, off a tipped pass in the back of the end zone to give the Terps a 7-0 lead.

4. Hometown Hero--Yannick Cudjoe-Virgil deflected and picked off Ford Childress' pass in the second quarter for his first career interception. The turnover led to a touchdown for Maryland just four plays later.

5. Diggs Dinged Up--Stefon Diggs may have been a little banged up yesterday. He came off the field several times awkwardly holding his arm and his wrist. He was holding his arm out while taking to the trainers and one point. No other info on his status.

6. Twine Has Some Hardware--Alex Twine came out on crutches Saturday. While Twine has not had a huge impact defensively he has made significant contributions on special teams .

7. The Thunder From Down Under--Kicker Brad Craddock answered any questions about his consistency on Saturday, making all three of his field goal attempts on Saturday. The highlight of the night for the Aussie was a 50-yard field goal during a particularly heavy spell of rain. Craddock's parents made the long journey from Down Under to see their son play on Saturday.

8. Nate the Great--While Craddock brought his A game, so did punter Nate Renfro. Renfro had two punts for an average of 51.2 yard, including a career-high 64 yard punt.

9. Air-Raid Hits Turbulence--Maryland held West Virginia to just 175, but it took the Mountaineers 37 plays and nearly three quarters to crack the century mark.

10. Fear the Turtle--Maryland's 37-point win on Saturday was the largest margin of victory over West Virginia since 1951.


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