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Maryland 37, WVU 0: By the numbers

Maryland Terrapins players recover a fumble by West Virginia running back Wendell Smallwood (4) at M&T Bank Stadium.

 

BALTIMORE, Md. — Stats, figures and integers of note from Maryland’s 37-0 walloping of West Virginia:

32.1 — points WVU averaged during its seven-game winning streak against Maryland.
0 – points WVU scored Saturday
0 — Number of offensive players WVU made available for interviews after the game.
6 — Turnovers for West Virginia in its first three games this season.
6 — Turnovers for WVU in Saturday’s loss.
6 — First downs for the Mountaineers
554 — Maryland’s average yards per game during its 3-0 start (10th-highest in the FBS)
330— Maryland’s offensive output Saturday
1 — Catches by WVU wide receivers on Saturday.
72— Plays run by Maryland
47— Plays run by West Virginia
65 – Yards of total offense for WVU in the first half
59 – Yards of penalties for WVU in the first half





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