Context: Maryland Falls to WVU in OT
Seventh-ranked Mountaineers top the Terrapins, 19-16.
After 5 First-Half Turnovers, Terrapins Go Down in Overtime: West Virginia 19, Maryland 16
By Eric Prisbell
Washington Post Staff Writer
Sunday, September 19, 2004; Page E01
MORGANTOWN, W.Va., Sept. 18 -- West Virginia's final salute to Maryland came in an interview room long after the Mountaineers' 19-16 overtime victory Saturday. Kay-Jay Harris, West Virginia's senior running back, thrust his hand in the air and shouted, "We must protect this house," mocking Maryland Coach Ralph Friedgen's Under Armour television commercial.