Indiana rallies past Maryland 47-28 for 1st Big Ten win

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COLLEGE PARK, Md. (November 21, 2015) — Nate Sudfeld threw for 385 yards and four touchdowns, and Indiana rallied from an early 18-point deficit to beat Maryland 47-28 Saturday for its first Big Ten win of the season.

The Hoosiers (5-6, 1-6) trailed 21-3 before scoring three touchdowns in a span of four minutes, 33 seconds. It was 30-21 at halftime, and Sudfeld’s fourth TD pass made it 44-28 early in the third quarter.

Sudfeld went 23 for 35 and also ran for a score. Simmie Cobbs caught nine passes for 192 yards, Mitchell Paige had two touchdown catches and Devine Redding ran for 130 yards to help the Hoosiers snap a six-game skid.

Coming off a double-overtime loss to Michigan, Indiana put itself in a sizable hole before scoring 44 of the game’s final 51 points.

Maryland (2-9, 0-7) lost its eighth in row despite getting 250 yards rushing from Brandon Ross.