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Texas vs. Maryland weather delay has an expected restart time

After falling behind early, Texas marched back in the second quarter and is in position to take its first lead to open the second half.

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Don’t call it a comeback?

After the Texas Longhorns fell behind against the Maryland Terrapins, 24-7, it was shades of 2017. Unnecessary penalties, blown assignments and a botch punt paved the way for the Terps to take a commanding early lead, but the Horns seemingly found their stride in the second quarter.

Keaontay Ingram’s first career touchdown run pulled Texas within 10, and a few possessions later, the Longhorns pulled within eight after forcing a safety.

With a short field and limited time to work with, Sam Ehlinger marched the Longhorns down the field for their second touchdown strike of the second quarter courtesy of a 22-yard connection to Collin Johnson with just seconds remaining before the half.

After a Kyle Porter two-yard touchdown run gave Texas its first lead of the game, 29-24, and Maryland responded with a touchdown run of its own the following drive, the game was placed on a weather delay.

An hour later, the game was still delayed, with a lightning strike in the area pushing a start time back another 30 minutes as of 3:10 p.m. Central:

And, indeed, the teams are expected to retake the field at 3:30 and tentatively resume play at 3:40.

14:25 remains in the fourth quarter once the teams are able to return to the field.

This is your second half gamethread.