The game concludes the spring portion of Maryland's schedule, which featured 14 practices prior to Saturday's game.
"We appreciate all the fans that came out and supported us today," head coach DJ Durkin said. It was a good day, good atmosphere. I love our guys’ approach, I think they did a great job of approaching the scrimmage. Spring games kind of are what they are, we kept that clock rolling. Overall, I think we’ve had a great spring. I’m very happy with where we’re at on both sides of the ball and I’m really happy to get through the day with no injuries, no one down with anything. We’ve got a team that’ll be at full strength now as we get into the summer, have a full summer to get ready for the season.”
Kicker Paul Inzerillo got the scoring started between the two teams, kicking a 34-yard field goal to give the white team the early lead.
Funk then took over, finding the end zone on consecutive possessions for the white team, giving them the 17-0 lead. Funk finished the day with 27 yards.
"Jake obviously has a nose for the end zone, he’s a terrific running back," Durkin said. "I think Jake has always been such a big contributor special teams-wise for us. I think you’ll see his role increasing more and more in our offense.”
"I feel in terms of the role they try to give me the entire field," Funk said. "Jet sweeps, out in the slot, and playing running back, I think my role on this offense is increasing and I love it so far."
Leake kicked off the second half scoring for the white team, taking a handoff to the end zone for a 37-yard touchdown. Leake ended his day with 47 yards, second to Ty Johnson who finished with 50 yards on 10 carries.
Maryland will begin its 2018 season when it takes on Texas on Saturday, Sept. 1 at FedExField.