You know how they say the most dangerous 10 minutes in soccer is right after a goal? Texas and Maryland know something about that. 

The Longhorns fell behind 21-7 to Maryland in their opener when the Terps blocked a Joshua Rowland field goal attempt and returned it 71 yards for a score (see above). Rowland was already 0 for 1 on the day thanks to a missed attempt earlier in the game. 

But it wouldn't be college football if Texas didn't do something equally impressive shortly thereafter. Following a Longhorns fumble on a kickoff return, Maryland set up its offense on Texas' 20-yard line. After failing to get a first down, the Terps were forced to kick a field goal, which was blocked by Holton Hill and returned for a 65-yard score. 

Hill also had a pick-six earlier in the game.

Other than those two things, not much has gone right for Texas. The defense has been getting worked at every level as Maryland has moved the ball up and down the field with ease. The Horns' offense hasn't been much better. Quarterback Shane Buechele has been completing short passes all day, but not much has been there in the run game or down the field. The Terps have routinely been getting pressure with three and four players. 

It's early, but Texas clearly has some work to do.