A major weekend for the Tagovailoa family got off to a decent beginning Friday night.
Two days before his sibling’s first beginning for the Miami Dolphins, Taulia Tagovailoa helped Maryland overcome a 17-point final quarter shortage on its approach to beating Minnesota 45-44 in extra time during a broadly broadcast game on ESPN.
A week subsequent to throwing three interferences and for only 94 yards during a misfortune to Northwestern in his first college start, Tagovailoa collected five touchdowns and 458 yards of complete offense in the success over Minnesota.
Tagovailoa, who moved from Alabama to Maryland in May, was 26 for 35 with 394 yards and three touchdowns as a passer.
The previous Thompson High School star additionally ran for 64 yards and two scores, including one to give the Terrapins a 45-38 lead in extra time.