HERSHEY, Pa. -- The 58th annual Big 33 Football Classic was cut short by torrential rain, thunder and lightning. Prior to the weather, the game had a handful of fireworks. Team Maryland opened play with an on-side kick that the Pennsylvania All-Stars recovered. On the first play from scrimmage, the PA squad scored on a 63-yard catch and run. Maryland answered with a long drive that ended with a field goal.
Then, it was the D.J. Moore show. Moore hauled in a pass that went for over 50-yards and a score.
Maryland controlled everything in the game except the scoreboard and the ball. They handed the ball to PA three times, two picks and a fumble.
The half ended with Pennsylvania leading by a 20-3 score, and then the raid and lighting left the game organizers no choice but to call it after a lengthy break at the half.
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