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Terps roll early, cruise late and reach 4-0 with rare win at Michigan State

“That kind of added a little bit of juice to it,” said Maryland wide receiver Tai Felton, who had three catches for a team-high 67 yards, “and we ended up getting a ‘W’ today.”

Among the plays that allowed Maryland (4-0, 1-0 Big Ten) to begin to exhale in its conference opener was safety Tarheeb Still stepping in front of an underthrown pass from backup quarterback Katin Houser with less than six minutes to play in the fourth quarter.

Houser was in the game because of an injury to starter Noah Kim on Michigan State’s previous series, and Maryland was able to preserve a 24-9 lead after Still’s interception.