WATCH online Maryland vs West Virginia live & Streaming – College Football game Week 3 |


WATCH online Maryland vs West Virginia live & Streaming – College Football game Week 3 |  . In week 3 the West Virginia Mountaineers (1-1 overall) travel to Byrd Stadium in College Park, Maryland to face the Maryland Terrapins (2-0 overall) Saturday.

West Virginia ran all over Towson last week 54-0. The Mountaineers were led by quarterback Clint Trickett with 348 passing yards and 2 TDs. In addition, Rushel Shell led the rushing game with 71 yards and 1 TD. Kevin White led the wide receivers was 10 receptions for 101 yards.

West Virginia’s defense held Towson to 122 yards and gave up no points.

Maryland beat South Florida 24-17 last week. The Terrapins were led by quarterback C.J. Brown who had 201 passing yards and 2 TDs but did throw 2 interceptions. Wes Brown led the rushing game was 13 carries for 61 yards. In addition, Marcus Leak led the wide receivers with 3 receptions for 72 yards and 2 TDs. Maryland’s offense turned the ball over 6 times last week.

Maryland’s defense gave up 257 yards and 17 points last week. However, they did have 1 interception.

Keys to West Virginia win

West Virginia will need to play another great game behind quarterback Clint Trickett. In addition, the Mountaineers need their defense to play another strong game shutting down the Terrapins offense.

Keys to Maryland win

Maryland is going to need quarterback C.J. Brown to play a strong game and not turn the ball over. Maryland’s offense absolutely cannot give up 6 turnovers again. The Terrapins will also need Marcus Leak to play a good game and helped out C.J. Brown.

Key Injuries

West Virginia

Jacky Marcellus, Jared Barber, Ishmael Banks


Yannick Cudjoe-Virgil, Abner Logan, Taivon Jacobs, A.J. Hendy, Nnamdi Egbuaba, Levern Jacobs, Sean Christie


Maryland -3


It should be a close game Saturday but Maryland should come out with a win. However, the Terrapins will need QB C.J. Brown to play well and not turn the ball over.

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