The Indiana-Maryland game by the numbers

BY THE NUMBERS
5: Consecutive 100-yard games for Tevin Coleman, tied for the longest streak in the nation.
10: Maryland takeaways, second in the Big Ten and tied for 11th nationally.
12: Straight games with a touchdown for Coleman, tied for the longest streak in the nation and in school history (Anthony Thompson, 88-89).
73: Touches for Tevin Coleman, 25 of which have gone for first downs or TDs.
79: Years since Maryland and Indiana have met on the football field.
199.2: Average rushing yards per game yielded by Maryland’s defense.

HOW THEY MEASURE
                    Indiana | Maryland
Points Scored: 33.7 | 36.8
Rushing Yds.: 310.3 | 163.2
Passing Yds.: 236.7 | 237.8
Total Yds.: 547.0 | 401.0
Total Plays: 82.7 | 69.0
First Downs: 28.7 | 20.0
Time of Possession: 30:33 | 28:29
3rd Down Conversion: 37.2% | 41.7%
Red Zone Scores: 9-12 | 11-13
Red Zone TDs: 8-12 | 8-13
Kick Return Yds.: 15.0 | 25.3
Punt Return Yds.: 9.0 | 26.8
Points Allowed: 27.3 | 21.0
Rushing Yds. Allowed: 126.0 | 199.2
Passing Yds. Allowed: 287.0 | 261.2
Total Yds. Allowed: 413.0 | 460.5

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  1. There will be near 100 HS football players, recruits, prospects and handful of commits from the 2015 and 2016 class at the game today.

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