BOISE, Idaho (AP) -Da'Rel Scott got out of the doghouse in time to run over Nevada.
Benched for 2 1/2 quarters after breaking curfew, Scott ran for 179 yards and two fourth-quarter touchdowns in 14 carries and Maryland held off the Wolf Pack 42-35 in the Humanitarian Bowl on Tuesday.
Scott's 49-yard touchdown sprint early in the fourth quarter broke a 28-all tie and his 2-yard TD gallop but the Terps up 14 points.
Scott was one of seven Terrapins benched for curfew violations. He didn't get to play on the famous blue turf here until early in the third quarter and didn't touch the ball until the 5:55 mark of the third.
He became the seventh running back in Maryland (8-5) history to top 1,000 yards for the season.

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