MARY­LAND

Baltimore Sun Sunday - - WEATHER -

that’s on coach­ing — that’s on me,” first-year coach Mike Lock­sley said. “I’ve got to get these guys to be able to play in crit­i­cal sit­u­a­tions and per­form at [the] level they’re ca­pa­ble of in crit­i­cal times.”

A pair of turnovers in the fi­nal min­utes — a fum­ble by ju­nior run­ning back Javon Leake at his team’s 18-yard line with 2 min­utes, 49 sec­onds re­main­ing, which the Hoosiers con­verted into a field goal, and an in­ter­cep­tion by red­shirt ju­nior quar­ter­back Tyrrell Pi­grome a minute later — sealed Mary­land’s fate and added to Lock­sley’s mount­ing frus­tra­tion.

Call­ing it a “dis­ap­point­ing loss at home” while also cred­it­ing In­di­ana, Lock­sley said: “We made it a four-quar­ter game, some­thing that we haven’t done around here this year, but [we] didn’t make the plays when we had op­por­tu­nity. We had two drives there at the end to win the ball­game and we didn’t get it done.”

Of the turnovers, Lock­sley said: “Good teams don’t beat them­selves and we con­tinue to do so. I’ve got to get us fixed . ... As a coach­ing staff, we’ve got a find a way to get these guys to play to a level they need to play in crit­i­cal sit­u­a­tions to come away with wins.”

The late fum­ble by Leake, the first by the Terps this sea­son, ru­ined an oth­er­wise spec­tac­u­lar per­for­mance. With his role ex­panded by McFar­land’s in­jury, Leake rushed 23 times for 158 yards — both ca­reer highs — and scored two touch­downs, in­clud­ing a 60-yard run in the sec­ond

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In­di­ana wide re­ceiver Don­a­van Hale reaches the end zone Satur­day de­spite hav­ing Mary­land de­fen­sive back Nick Cross draped on him.

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