Postgame Notes - Maryland 19, Wake Forest 14
Postgame notes from Byrd Stadium
Oct. 6, 2012
Final Stats |
With the Loss
Wake Forest falls to 3-3 overall and 1-3 in the ACC
Wake Forest has lost its third straight game at Byrd Stadium and six of the last seven
Jim Grobe's record falls to 71-70 at Wake Forest and 104-103-1 overall
Grobe's record stands at 38-54 in ACC games and 25-36 in road ACC games
TD Does It Again
One week after recording a career-high six receptions for a career-high 100 yards, senior Terence Davis topped those marks today, finishing with seven receptions for 130 yards.
Davis opened the game with a 73-yard touchdown reception on the opening drive to make the score 7-0 Deacs.
That was Davis' longest reception of his career.
It was also his seventh career TD and the first since the Vanderbilt game last season.
Davis had his first career touchdown reception at Bryd Stadium in the Deacons last trip to Maryland in 2010.
He now has 569 yards receiving in his career.
KJ Gets His First
Sophomore cornerback Kevin Johnson recorded the first interception of his career in the second quarter.
He finished the game with four tackles and one pass breakup.
Bohanon Keeps Catching TDs
Senior fullback Tommy Bohanon caught a 7-yard TD pass from Price in the third quarter, marking his second-straight game with a touchdown reception.
That is his third TD grab of the year and the fifth of his career.
The three TD catches are tied with Michael Campanaro for the most on the team this season.
He finished the game with that one catch for seven yards.
This came one week after he tied his career-high with three catches for a career-high 41 yards and two TD grabs against Duke.
Lowe Stepping In
Safety Duran Lowe stepped-in to the starting lineup for the suspended Daniel Mack and he recorded a career-high nine tackles.
His previous career-high was six as a freshman against Boston College and NC State.
Lowe also forced his first career fumble in the game.
Wake Forest captains were Chibuikem Okoro and Joey Ehrmann.
Maryland won the toss and elected to defer.
Wake Forest scored first for the first time this season.
Lovell Jackson had a 31-yard punt return in the first quarter, which was the longest of his career.
Maryland's Brad Craddock nailed 52-yardd field goal in the first quarter. That was the longed FG allowed by the Deacs since Nate Freese of Boston College hit from 52 last year.
Offensive lineman Gabe Irby recorded his first pass reception on a batted ball in the second quarter.
Redshirt-freshman Chad Hedlund made his Demon Deacon debut on a PAT in the third quarter.
The 53 yards rushing for Maryland were the fewest Wake Forest has allowed since allowing just 22 yards on the ground to Garnder-Webb last season.