Clemson Vs. Maryland Halftime Score: Tigers Struggling, Trailing 28-17

The Clemson Tigers are in trouble at the half in Maryland, trailing the Terrapins by a 28-17 margin. The Tigers have been unable to slow the Maryland offense early, and also added a costly mistake to give the Terps a shot in the arm.

Clemson took an early 3-0 lead, hitting an 18-yard field goal after failing to punch it in. But Maryland answered back with a touchdown, taking a 7-3 lead as Davin Megett punched it in from eight yards out. Tajh Boyd handed the Terps a gift on the next possession as Maryland intercepted him and took it back to the house. Andre Ellington capped the first quarter with a score for Clemson.

C.J. Brown control in the second quarter, throwing a touchdown pass and running in another for the Terps. Boyd found DeAndre Hopkins for the score before the half, but Clemson finds itself in a 28-17 hole with 30 minutes to go.

For more on the Terps and their latest uniform choices, head over to Maryland blog Testudo Times. And check out Clemson blog Shakin the Southland for more on the Tigers.

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