As was expected, there was no shortage of those electrifying plays that come all the more frequently when Wofford goes into a tilt against a smaller team.
The Terriers' first two possessions ended with big plays, namely a 44-yard touchdown run by Octavius Harden and a 43-yard connection from Evan Jacks to freshman Bryce Motes.
However, a particular play stands out.
It didn't go for a massive amount of yards; it didn't even score a touchdown.
But in the context of last night's matchup with Division II UVA-Wise, it was a huge play.
After being stymied near midfield during their first offensive series of the second half, the Terrier defense gave up a touchdown that effectively cut the Highland Cavaliers' deficit to a mere thirteen points.
It looked like it may have gotten closer, if not for what happened on Wofford's ensuing drive.
Following a nice 16-yard rush by Octavius Harden, the Terriers again found themselves in an undesirable predicament: third down and eleven at their own 42 yard line.
Evan Jacks, however, connected with tight end Zach Muller for a strong 37-yard completion that set up a quick touchdown.
With that, the Terriers didn't look back, but instead scored two more touchdowns and defensively stopped up a few UVA-Wise drives.
That momentum shift is something that won't show up in the box score, but it had a impact bigger than you might have imagined.