The Terple Option 2009 Maryland so far in 2009. Week 1: Maryland 61 Cal 3 Jamarr Robinson uncharacteristically throws the ball 24 times for 379 yards and 4 TDs. The Cal defense was consistantly kept off balance with a mix of option, play action, and option pass. Reserves were able to continue controlling the game when the starters were benched. Week 2: Maryland 27 Stanford 13 Terps lose their point man Jamarr robinson to a sprained Knee for 4 weeks early in the 2nd quarter. Pocket QB Chris Turner managed the game the rest of the way and the Terps D held on for the victory. Week 3: Maryland 59 Middle Tennessee State 21 True Freshman CJ Brown gets unredshirted and leads his team to victory. As a team the Terps rush for 345 yards and 6 TDs. Week 4: Maryland 34 Rutgers 3 CJ Brown is able to throw for 266 yards and 2 TDs but is held to just 17 yards rushing on 31 carries. The Terps defense put the clamps on scarlet knights holding them to just 153 offensive yards. Week 5: Maryland 52 Clemson 10 CJ Brown was again held to a low yards per carry only getting 22 yards on 26 carries but was an managed the game when through the air going 12-15 for 155 yards. Brown was effective at punching the ball in the endzone with 5 TDs of less than 4 yards. Terps Defense dominates again forcing 5 turnovers and getting one touchdown. Week 6: Maryland 41 Wake Forest 24 Wake forest held a 24 to 21 lead going into half but the second half proved to be too much terple option for the Deacons. Brown struggled through the air completing only 56% of his passes. He was also held to 17 yards rushing but ran the terple option well allowing RB Davin Meggett to rush 29 times for 149 yards and 2 Touchdowns. Terp D forces 2 fumbles and returned both for Touchdowns. The Terps egarly await the return of starting QB Jamarr Robinson and Darel Scott. Both of which will be probable for next saturdays game with rival Virgina.