September 20, 2011
Garvin makes most of homecoming
Baltimore native Terence Garvin talked all week about how excited he was to be returning home and playing in front of family and friends in the road contest at Maryland. And the junior spur safety made the most of his homecoming by making one of the biggest plays in the game.
Garvin cut in front of a short crossing pattern and intercepted a Danny O'Brien pass, then returned it 37-yards to the house for a touchdown. The score marked the first turnover forced by the West Virginia defense this season, and was undoubtedly a major shift in momentum giving the Mountaineers and early 14-3 advantage in the first quarter.
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