An answer for anyone wondering the last time Maryland won despite throwing for 11 yards: Not anytime in the Ralph Friedgen era.
In fact, it's only the fourth time in Friedgen's 10 seasons the Terrapins have thrown for less than 100 yards ... and the first time they've won with a two-digit passing total since his debut against North Carolina.
Jamarr Robinson was 2-for-5 for 11 yards and an interception in today's 17-14 defeat of Navy, and that surely is an atypical performance even by Maryland's modest offensive standards in recent years.
The rundown of the 11 worst passing days of the Friedgen era.
|9/18/04||at West Virginia
||108||L, 19-16 (OT)
|8/28/03||at Northern Illinois
||110||L, 20-13 (OT)
|9/22/07||at Wake Forest
||115||L, 31-24 (OT)