LANDOVER, Maryland (KXAN) — Texas’ season opener against Maryland is in a weather delay with 14:25 left in the fourth quarter.
There are thunderstorms in the area near FedEx Field, but the threat looks like it will pass quickly, according to the radar.
It will be at least a 30 minute delay after each lightening strike.
It’s the first weather delay for the Longhorns since a three-hour delay in 2013 against TCU.
The delay came immediately after the Terrapins regained the lead on a 17-yard touchdown run from Taylon Fleet-Davis.
Before that, Texas had scored 22 points in a row to take a 29-24 lead.