Mental errors doom Terps
A dozen penalties play big role as Michigan pulls away for romp
ANN ARBOR, MICH. – The season-long bugaboo for the Maryland football team continued to hurt it Saturday at Michigan.
And now, penalties are already taking their toll on the Terps for next week.
Interim coach Matt Canada’s team continued to attract yellow flags at a rapid rate in a 42-21 loss at No. 15 Michigan.
Maryland (3-2, 1-1 Big Ten) entered the game as the sixth-most penalized team out of 129 teams in the Football Bowl Subdivision, and added 12 more Saturday.
The Michigan defense, which entered ranked No. 1 in the nation, dominated Maryland, but Canada is growing frustrated with the mental errors.
“Again, the penalties and the miscommu- TV: Radio: