Last week brought the debut of the quarter-by-quarter rushing totals.
They'll probably wind up in the stats wrap going forward, though that entry is starting to get a little unwieldy for the blog software to handle.
More after the jump on how Davin Meggett, Da'Rel Scott and D.J. Adams fared throughout the 62-14 rout of Wake Forest:
Meggett had a 5-3 edge in carries against Wake in the first quarter over Scott, but both averaged exactly 4.0 yards a carry in the first 15 minutes.
Meggett nearly did more in the second quarter against Wake (seven carries, 46 yards) than he had all season (18 carries, 54 yards). Scott averaged nearly six yards a rush (5 carries, 29 yards) in the second quarter against Wake.
Meggett's 14-yard touchdown run with 2:56 left in the period was Maryland's first third-quarter rushing touchdown in 15 games. Still, the quarter remains the only one of the four in which the Terps don't have someone with 100 yards for the entirety of ths season
Both Meggett and Scott were done for the day by the time the fourth quarter arrived. Adams was strong in the final period, rushing for 53 yards and a score on 10 carries before giving way to walk-on Mike Salvatico.