Terps’ RB Anthony McFarland records first collegiate touchdown

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Maryland running back Anthony McFarland recorded his first touchdown of his college football career in the Terps’ Big Ten opener against Minnesota on Saturday afternoon.

McFarland reached the end zone in the early parts of the first quarter to give Maryland a 7-0. McFarland got help from his high school teammate Terrance Davis, who made a key block that gave McFarland running room to score.

McFarland is playing in his first football season since 2015 when he was at DeMatha. McFarland has spent the last two years recovering from a leg injury he suffered during his senior year at DeMatha.

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