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2006 MARYLAND FOOTBALL 
CHAMPS SPORTS BOWL GUIDE 



GENERAL INFORMATION 

MARYLAND MEDIA INFORMATION 






TABLE OF 
CONTENTS 

Media Information 


1 


Rosier Information 


2-3 


Terrapin Bowl Notebook 


4-12 


Quoting the Fridge 


13 


Depth Chart 


14-15 


Terrapin Honor Roll 


16-17 


Head Coach Ralph Friedgen 


18-21 
22-24 


Coaching Staff 


Football Support Staff 


25 


Terrapin Profiles 


26-43 


2006 Season Statistics 


44-51 


2006 Game Recaps 


52-57 


Postseason History 


58-66 


Bowl Game Records 


67 


University of Maryland 


69 


President CD. Mote Jr. 


70 


Athletics Director Deborah A. Yow 


71 


Bowl Administrative Support Staff 


72 





TERRAPIN FOOTBALL 
AT-A-GLANCE 

GENERAL 



Name of School 


University of Maryland 


City, Zip 


College Park Md 20742 


Founded 


1 856 


Enrollment 


35 392 


Nickname 


Terrapins, Terps 


School Colors Red (PMS 185) , White, Black, Gold (PMS 116) 


Stadium 


Byrd Stadium 


Capacity (Surface) 


51 500 (Natural Grass] 


Affiliation 


NCAA Division l-A 


Conference / Division Atlantic Coast Conference / Atlantic 
President Dr. CD, Mote, Jr (California '51) 


Athletics Director 


Deborah A. Yow (Eton 74) 


HISTORY 

First year of football 


1892 


All-time record 


583-508-43 (.533/1,137 qames) 


All-time bowl/playoff record 


8-10-2 


Years in postseason 


21 


(1947-»9-51-53-55-73-74-75-76-77-7Mr>82-«M4-e5-9M1-02-OM6) 


COACHING STAFF 

Head Coach Ralph Fnedqen 


Alma Mater, Year 


Maryland (70) 


Record at school (years) 


49-24 (6) 


Career record (years) 


same 



For interviews with University of Maryland coaches players or staff members contact Shawn Nestor, associate director 
of media relations or Doug Dull, associate athletics director of media relations. Media relations assistant Dan Reisig will 
also accompany the team. 

Practice times and information are below and the guidelines are similar to the Terrapins regular-season media 
opportunities. All practices are closed, with media availability immediately following most sessions. The team will practice 
on Thunder Field which is located adjacent to Florida Citrus Bowl Stadium. 

During bowl week, any interviews that take place outside of the normal practice and press conference setting must be 
arranged through the media relations staff. Player interviews should not be conducted at the team hotel or any other site 
without consent of the media relations staff. 






Shawn Nestor (FB Contact) 

E-mail: snestor@umd edu 
Office Phone: (301) 314-7065 
Cell Phone: (240) 417-4862 



Doug Dull 

E-mail ddull@umd.edu 
Office Phone (301)314-7064 
Cell Phone: (240) 417-5764 



Dan Reisig 

E-mail: dreisig@umd edu 
Office Phone (301)314-8093 
Cell Phone (757)784-0121 



BOWL WEEK SCHEDULE/ 
MEDIA OPPORTUNITIES 



FRIDAY, DEC. 22 

Depart College Park via charter plane 




TBA 


Arrive at Marriott World Center Resort (Team Headquarters) 




TBA 


SATURDAY. DEC. 23 

Practice (Thunder Field) 




10am -1230pm 


SUNDAY, DEC. 24 

Practice (Thunder Field)_ 




2-4:30p.m 


MONDAY, DEC. 25 

No practice or team activities 


TUESDAY, DEC. 26 

Day for Kids 




11 a.m.-1 p.m. 


Practice (Thunder Field) 




2-4:30 p.m. 


WEDNESDAY, DEC. 27 

Practice (Thunder Field) 




11 a.m.-1 p.m. 


Press Conference (Orlando Downtown Marriott) 




2 p.m. 


(Offensive and Defensive Coordinators, alonq with one offensive and defensive player) 


THURSDAY, DEC. 28 

Champs Sports Bowl Brunch Press Conference (Hard Rock 


Live) 


10:30 a.m. 


(Head Coach) 


Champs Sports Bowl Kickoff Brunch (Hard Rock Live) 




11:00 a.m. 


Walk-throuqh 




TBA 


FRIDAY, DEC. 29 

Champs Sports Bowl Kickoff 




8 p.m. 



GUIDE CREDITS 

The Maryland Champs Sports Bowl Guide was written by 
Shawn Nestor, Doug Dull and Dan Reisig, Interior Design 
and layout by Patnck Fischer, Cover design by John 
Schaffhauser. Photogrpahy by Greg Fiume. Pnntmg by 
Morgantown Printing & Binding. 



Note Practice times are subject to change. Members of the media are advised to check with the Maryland media relations staff to confirm times 

DIRECTIONS TO THUNDER FIELD/FLORIDA CITRUS BOWL STADIUM 

The Maryland football team will practice at Thunder Field which is located on the Florida Citrus Bowl Stadium grounds 

From the Orlando Marriott Downtown (media hotel): 

Go west on W. Livingston Street toward N Parramore Ave. (0.2 mi) 

Turn left onto N, Parramore Ave. (0.1 mi.) 

Turn right onto W. Washington Street / FL-526. Continue to follow W. Washington St. (0.7 mi.) 

Turn left onto Jamil Ave. (0.1 mi) 

Turn slight right onto S. Rio Grande Ave. (0.3 mi) 

Turn right onto Citrus Bowl Place (0.1 mi.) 

Total Est. Distance: 1 .6 miles 



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ROSTER INFORMATION 



NUMERICAL 

No. Name 


Pos. 


Hqt 


Wqt 


CI. 


Exp. 


Hometown (Hiqh School/Last School) 


1 


Erin Henderson 


LB 


6-3 


242 


So 


SQ 


Aberdeen, Md (Aberdeen HS) 


2 


Kevin Barnes 


CB 


6-1 


181 


So. 


1V 


Glen Burnie, Md. (Old Mill HS) 


3 


Christian Varner 
Bobby Sheahin 


FS 

OB 


5-11 
6-1 


196 
172 


Jr. 
So. 


2V 

RS 


Baltimore, Md (Randallstown HS) 


4(d) 


Brookville, Md (Sherwood HS/WVU) 


4(d) 


Josh Wilson 


CB 


5-9 


187 


Sr. 


3V 


Upper Marlboro, Md (DeMatha HS) 


5 


Isaiah Gardner 


CB 


5-11 


194 


Jr. 


1V 


Virginia Beach, Va. (Salem HS/Notre Dame) 


6 


Anthony Wiseman 


CB 


5-9 


185 


Fr. 


RS 


Silver Hill, Md (DeMatha HS) 


7 


J.P Humber 


TB 


6-0 


221 


Sr. 


2V 


Lakeland, Fla, (George Jenkins HS) 


8 


Darrius Heyward-Bey 


WR 


6-2 


206 


Fr. 


RS 


Silver Spring, Md. (McDonogh School) 


9 


Richard Taylor 


CB 


5-10 


194 


So. 


1V 


Centreville, Va. (Centreville HS) 


10(d) 


Chris Turner 


QB 


6-3 


217 


Fr. 


RS 


Simi Valley, Calif. (Chaminade HS) 


10(d) 


Terrell Skinner 


DB 


6-2 


205 


Fr. 


RS 


St. Petersburg, Fla. (Boca Ciega HS) 


11 


Drew Wealherly 


WR 


6-3 


216 


Sr 


3V 


Georgetown, Del. (Sussex Central HS) 


12(d) 


Josh Portis 


QB 


6-3 


200 


So. 


TR 


Woodland Hills, Calif (W H Taft HS/Florida) 


12(d) 


Man us Wimbush 


SS 


5-10 


202 


Sr. 


2V 


Washington, DC, (Dunbar HS) 


13 


Dan Gronkowski 


TE 


6-6 


266 


So. 


SQ 


Amherst, NY (Williamsvtlle North HS) 


14 


Sam Hollenbach 


QB 


6-4 


214 


Sr. 


2V 


Sellersville, Pa. (Pennridqe HS) 


15 


Jason Goode 


TE 


6-3 


233 


Jr. 


2V 


Baltimore, Md. (Woodlawn HS) 


16(d) 


David May 


K 


5-11 


191 


So 


1V 


Rockville, Md. (Charles E. Smith Day) 


16(d) 


Jeremy Ricker 


QB 


6-2 


201 


Fr. 


HS 


Hummelstown Pa (Bishop McDevitt HS) 


17 


Danny Oquendo 


WR 


6-0 


188 


So. 


1V 


Hackensack, N.J. (Hackensack HS) 


18 


LaQuan Williams 


CB 


6-1 


175 


Fr. 


HS 


Baltimore, Md. (Baltimore Polytechnic HS) 


19 


Jordan Steffi/ 


QB 


6-1 


214 


So 


1V 


Leola, Pa. (Conestoqa Valley HS) 


20 


Morqan Green 


TB 


5-11 


213 


Fr. 


HS 


White Plains, Md. (Lackey HS/Hargrave Milit.) 


21 


Keon Lattimore 


TB 


5-11 


221 


Jr. 


2V 


Owings Mills, Md. (Mt. St. Joseph HS/Hargrave MA) 


22(d) 


Dan Ennis 


PK 


5-10 


158 


Sr. 


IV 


Sykesville, Md. (Glenelg HS) 


22(d) 


Greg Gaston 


PK 


5-9 


181 


Fr. 


RS 


Memphis, Tenn. (Christian Brothers HS) 


23 


Da Rel Scott 


TB 


6-0 


185 


Fr. 


HS 


Conshohocken, Pa. (Plymouth-Whitemarsh HS) 


24 (d) Emen Ifon 


WR 


5-8 


165 


So. 


SQ 


Laurel, Md (Laurel HS) 


24(d) 


Pha'Terrell Washington 


CB 


6-0 


185 


Fr. 


HS 


White Plains, Md. (Westlake HS) 


25(d) 


Jaman McCollough 


CB 


5-11 


194 


Fr. 


RS 


Baltimore Md. (Randallstown HS) 


25(d) 


Coin Nelson 


DB 


5-10 


183 


Jr. 


RS 


Landover, Md, (Eleanor RooseveWMcDaniel College) 


26(d) 


Chris Gronkowski 


FB 


6-2 


245 


Fr. 


RS 


Amherst, NY (Williamsville North HS) 


27(d) 


Adam Kareem 


CB 


5-9 


187 


Fr. 


RS 


Baltimore, Md. (Baltimore Polytechnic Inst ) 


27 id, 


Taji Thornton 


CB 


6-1 


180 


Fr. 


HS 


Homestead, Fla (South Dade HS) 


29 


Jeff Allen 


S 


6-0 


190 


So. 


1V 


Woodbridqe, Va. (DeMatha HS) 


30 


J.J. Justice 


s 


6-1 


219 


Jr. 


2V 


Lisbon, Conn. (Norwich Free Academy) 


31 


Andrew Schmitt 


LS 


6-0 


230 


So 


1V 


Derry, Pa (DerryAreaHS) 


32 


Tim Cesa 


FB 


6-1 


256 


Jr. 


2V 


Kennesaw, Ga. (Harrison HS) 


33 


Josh Allen 


TB 


5-11 


215 


Sr 


3V 


Tampa, Fla. (Eleanor Roosevelt HS (Md.) 


34 


Dave Philistin 


LB 


6-2 


223 


So. 


1V 


Manchester, N.H. (Manchester Central HS) 


35 


Wesley Jefferson 


LB 


6-2 


233 


Jr. 


2V 


Clinton. Md (Gwynn Park HS) 


36 


Adam Podlesh 


P 


5-11 


205 


Sr. 


3V 


Pittsford, NY (Pittsford Sutherland HS) 


37 Id) 


Jared Baum 


DB 


6-0 


200 


Fr 


RS 


Bel Air, Md (Archbishop Curley HS) 


37(d) 


Brandon Jackson-Mills 


CB 


5-11 


160 


Fr. 


HS 


Germantown, Md. (Northwest HS) 


38 


Cory Jackson 


FB 


6-0 


240 


Fr. 


HS 


Morgantown, W.Va. (University HS) 


39 


ObiEgekeze 


PK 


6-2 


218 


So 


SQ 


Augusta, Ga. (Westside HS) 


40(d) 


David Akatu 


TB 


5-8 


184 


Fr. 


HS 


Rockville, Md (Bethesda-Chevy Chase HS) 


41M_ 


Jeremy Navarre 


DE 


6-3 


263 


So. 


1V 


Joppatowne, Md (Joppatowne HS) 


41 


TD Caliahan 


LB 


6-0 


227 


Jr. 


SQ 


Bel Air, Md. (John Carroll HS) 


42(d) 


Chase Bullock 


LB 


6-2 


236 


So. 


SQ 


Durham, N.C. (Northern HS) 


42(d) 


Brian Dickerson 


LB 


5-10 


207 


So. 


SQ 


Bethesda, Md. (Walt Whitman HS) 


42(d) 


James Rolle 


FB 


5-9 


269 


Jr 


IV 


Trenton, N.J, (The Lawrenceville School) 


43 


Rick Costa 


LB 


6-0 


246 


So 


SQ 


Moorestown, N.J. (Holy Cross HS/Temple Univ ) 


44 


Lance Ball 


TB 


5-9 


216 


Jr. 


1V 


Teaneck, N J (Teaneck HS) 


45(d) 


Tommy Gait 


TE 


6-5 


253 


Fr. 


RS 


Silver Spring, Md. (Good Counsel HS) 


45(d) 


Alex Schultz 


LB 


6-1 


234 


Fr 


RS 


Gretna, La. (DeLaSalle HS/Towson) 


46 


Caleb Morris 


P 


(Ml 


200 


Fr 


HS 


Cnuriersnnrt Pa (Cnnrlersnnrt HSl 



47 
48 
49 

50 

51(d) 

51(d) 

52 

53(d) 

53(d) 



Jeff Clement 
Moise Fokou 
Chris Roberts 
Jermame Lemons 
Steve Pfister 
Brian Whiimore 
Chns Clinton 
Stephen Hargett 



LB 



LB 



6-2 
6-1 



231 Fr. 
216 So. 



PK 



6-1 



LEO 
LB 



6-2 



194 
254 



6-2 217 



So. 

Jr 
Fr. 



RS Westville, N.J. (Deptford HS) 

RS Rockville. Md. (The Bullis School/Frostburg State) 

1V Fallston. Md. (John Carroll HS/Kmgs College) 

1 V Tampa, Fla (Thomas Jefferson HS) 

RS Columbia, Md. (Mount St Joseph HS) 



LEO 6-3 240 Fr. HS Chesapeake, Va. (Oscar F. Smith HS) 



LB 



6-2 245 Fr. HS 



LB 5-10 244 Fr. HS 



Brendan McDermond LS 



6-2 251 Jr. 



IV 



Lakeland. Fla. (Evangel Christian HS/Fork Union Mill).) 
Los Angeles. Calif. (Loyola HS) 
Columbia, Md. (River Hill HS) 



ALPHABETICAL 

No. Name 


Pos. 


40 


David Akatu 


TB 


29 


Jeff Allen 


S 


33 


Josh Allen 


TB 


44 


Lance Ball 


TB 


2 


Kevin Barnes 


CB 


37(d) 


Jared Baum 


DB 


95 


Conrad Bolston 


DT 


41M_ 


Chase Bullock 


LB 


77 


Scott Burley 


OT 


41 


T.D Callahan 


LB 


89(d) 


Adrian Cannon 


WR 


82 


Nolan Carroll 


WR 


32 


Tim Cesa 


FB 


47 


Jeff Clement 


LB 


66 


Garrick Cliq 


OG 


52 


Chris Clinton 


LB 


72 


Phil Costa 


C 


43 


Rick Costa 


LB 


55 


Trey Covinqton 


LEO 


63 


Andrew Crummey 


OG 


73 


Ricardo Dacosta 


DL 


42(d) 


Brian Dickerson 


LB 


64 


Evan Eastburn 


C 


65 


Danny Edwards 


OL 


39 


Obi Eqekeze 


PK 


22 Id) 


Dan Ennis 


PK 


68 


Carlos Feliciano 


NT 


48 


Moise Fokou 


LB 


91 


Mack Frost 


DE 


78 


Jared Gaither 


OT 


56 


Deeqe Gait 


DE 


45 


Tommy Gait 


TE 


5 


Isaiah Gardner 


CB 


22 (d) 


Greq Gaston 


PK 


86 


Drew Gloster 


TE 


89(d) 


Matt Goldberq 


WR 


15 


Jason Goode 


TE 


20 


Morqan Green 


TB 


87 


Kevin Gresham 


WR 


67 


Jack Griffin 


OT 


26(d) 

13 


Chris Gronkowski 


FB 


Dan Gronkowski 


TE 


53 


Stephen Hargett 


LB 


57(d) 


Matthew Harraka 


OL 


57(d) 


Jared Harrell 


LEO 


80 


Joey Haynos 


TE 


93 


Barrod Heqqs 


LEO 


1 


Erin Henderson 


LB 


70 


Stephon Heyer 


OT 


8 


Darrius Heyward-Bey 


WR 


14 


Sam Hollenbach 


QB 


54 


David Holloway 


LB 


7 


J.P Humber 


TB 


24(d) 


Emen Ifon 


WR 


90 


Travis Ivey 


DT 


38 

37 


Cory Jackson 


FB 


Brandon Jackson-Mills 


CB 


35 
74 


Wesley Jefferson 


LB 


Malcolm Johnson 


DL 


30 


J.J. Justice 


S 


27(d) 


Adam Kareem 


CB 


21 
83 


Keon Lattimore 
Emani Lee-Odai 


TB 
WR 


50 


Jermame Lemons 


LEO 





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David Holloway 


LB 


6-2 


230 


Sr, 


2V 


Stephentown, NY. (Albany Academy) 


55 


Trey Covington 


LEO 


6-3 


252 


So. 


1V 


Bowie, Md. (Eleanor Roosevelt HS) 


56 


Deege Gait 


DE 


6-4 


254 


Fr. 


RS 


Silver Spring, Md. (Good Counsel HS) 


57(d) 


Matthew Harraka 


OL 


6-3 


265 


Fr. 


HS 


Ijamsville, Md. (St. John's College HS) 


57(d) 


Jared Harrell 


LEO 


6-4 


231 


Fr. 


RS 


Milton, Mass. (Tabor Academy) 


58(d) 


Adrian Moten 


IB 


6-1 


210 


Fr 


HS 


Suitland, Md. (Gwynn Park HS) 


58(d) 


Brandon Nixon 


OT 


6-6 


314 


Jr. 


2V 


Pottstown, Pa. (Pottslown HS) 


59 


Alex Wujciak 


LB 


6-3 


235 


Fr. 


HS 


West Caldwell, N.J, (Seton Hall Prep) 


60 


Edwin Williams 


C 


6-2 


318 


So. 


IV 


Washington, DC (DeMatha HS) 


61 


Lee Oliver 


OG 


6-2 


298 


So. 


SQ 


Germantown, Md. (Northwestern HS) 


63 


Andrew Crummey 


OG 


6-5 


301 


Jr. 


2V 


Van Wert, Ohio (Van Wert HS) 


64 


Evan Eastburn 


C 


6-2 


290 


Fr. 


HS 


Boulder, Colo. (Fairview HS) 


65 


Danny Edwards 


OL 


6-1 


275 


Fr. 


HS 


Frederick, Md. (Tuscarora HS) 


66 


Garrick Clig 


OG 


4 


296 


Jr. 


1V 


Port Orange, Fla. (Spruce Creek HS) 


67 


Jack Griffin 


OT 


6-7 


294 


Jr. 


2V 


Enfield, Conn. (Enfield HS) 


68 


Carlos Feliciano 


NT 


6-4 


307 


Jr. 


2V 


Elizabeth, N.J (Elizabeth HS) 


69 


Donnie Woods 


OG 


6-3 


289 


Jr. 


2V 


Dade City, Fla. (Thomas Jefferson HS) 


70 


Stephon Heyer 


OT 


6-6 


320 


Sr. 


3V 


Lawrenceville, Ga (Brookwood HS) 


71 


Paul Pinegar 


OT 


6-3 


270 


Fr. 


HS 


Brookeville, Md. (Sherwood HS) 


72 


Phil Costa 


C 


6-2 


299 


Fr. 


RS 


Moorestown, N.J. (Holy Cross HS) 


73 


Ricardo Dacosta 


DL 


6-0 


239 


Jr. 


2V 


Bronx, N.Y. (DeWitt Clinton HS) 


74 


Malcolm Johnson 


DL 


5-9 


246 


So 


1V 


Ellicott City, Md. (ML Hebron HS) 


75 


Dane Randolph 


OT 


6-5 


285 


So 


1V 


Columbia, Md. (Wilde Lake HS) 


76 


Jaimie Thomas 


OG 


6-4 


328 


So 


1V 


Harrisburg, Pa. (Bishop McDevitt HS) 


77 


Scott Burley 


OT 


6-5 


.126 


Jr. 


2V 


Baltimore, Md. (Woodlawn HS) 


78 


Jared Gaither 


OT 


6-9 


350 


So 


1V 


White Plains, Md. (Roosevelt HS/Hargrave Mil.) 


79 


Kyle Sappington 


OL 


6-4 


310 


Fr. 


HS 


Phoenix, Md. (Stephen Decatur HS) 


80 


Joey Haynos 


TE 


6-7 


267 


Jr. 


2V 


Rockville, Md (Gonzaga College HS) 


81 


Stephen Smalls 


WR 


6-1 


190 


Fr. 


HS 


Lancaster, Pa. (Conestoga Valley HS) 


82 


Nolan Carroll 


WR 


6-0 


201 


Fr. 


RS 


Green Cove Springs, Fla (Clay HS) 


83 


Emani Lee-Odai 


WR 


6-3 


180 


Fr. 


HS 


Washington, D.C. (Anacostia HS) 


84 


Isaiah Williams 


WR 


6-2 


200 


So. 


1V 


Montclair, N.J. (Bergen Catholic HS) 


86 


Drew Gloster 


TE 


6-3 


225 


Fr. 


HS 


Germantown, Md. (Good Counsel HS) 


87 


Kevin Gresham 


WR 


5-11 


170 


So 


TR 


Lothian, Md (Riverdale Baptist HS/Cheyney Univ.) 


88 


Greg Powell 


WR 


5-11 


187 


Sr. 


IV 


Annapolis, Md. (Annapolis HS) 


89(d) 


Adrian Cannon 


WR 


6-3 


200 


Fi 


HS 


Pontiac, Mich. (Avondale HS) 


89(d) 


Matt Goldberg 


WR 


6-2 


187 


So 


SQ 


Baltimore, Md. (Mount St. Joseph HS) 


90 


Travis Ivey 


DT 


6-4 


311 


Fr 


RS 


Riverdale, Md. (Riverdale Baptist HS) 


91 


Mack Frost 


DE 


6-5 


257 


So. 


1V 


Columbia, S.C. (Spnnq Valley HS) 


92 


Dre Moore 


DT 


6-4 


312 


Jr. 


2V 


Charlotte, N.C. (Independence HS) 


93 


Barrod Heqqs 


LEO 


6-2 


265 


Fr. 


RS 


Garden City, Ga. (Groves HS) 


95 


Conrad Bolston 


DT 


6-3 


303 


Sr 


3V 


Burtonsville, Md. (St. John's Colleqe HS) 


97 


Dean Muhtadi 


DL 


6-3 


295 


So 


TR 


Alexandria, Va. (TC Williams HS/C. Newport Univ.) 


98 


Omarr Savage 


DE 


6-5 


284 


Jr. 


2V 


Piscataway, N.J. (Piscataway HS) 


(d) indicates duplicate number. 


Key: ' indicates varsity letters earned; RS indicates redshirted in 
high school: TR indicates transfer 


2005; SQ indicates on squad in 2005 but did not letter; HS indicates 



PRONUNCIATION GUIDE 



Player 


Pronunciation 


Chima Amadi 


CHIH-muh uh-MAH-dee 


Tim Cesa 


CHASE-uh 


Phil and Rick Costa 


KAH-stuh 


Obi Egekeze 


oH-bee eqq-uh-KAY-zuh 


Carlos Feliciano 


fuh-lee-see-AH-noh 


Moses Fokou 


MOH-zes FOH-koo 


Stephon Heyer 


STEFF-ahn HIGH-err 


Sam Hollenbach 


HALL-un-bock 


Deege Gait 


DEEJ GAWLT 


Jared Harrell 


huh-RELL 


Joey Haynos 


HAY-nohce 


Barrod Heggs 


beh-RAHD 


Darrius Heyward-Bey 


HAY-werd BAY 


Emen Ifon 


EH-min EYE-fahn 


Keon Lattimore 


KEE-ahn 


Emani Lee-Odai 


eh-MON-ee lee-oh-DYE 


Jamari McCollouqh 


juh-MAR-ree muh-KUHL-luh 


Garrick Cliq 


pronounced with hard g 


Dre Moore 


DRAY 



Player 

Jeremy Navarre 



Danny Oquendo 



k% I HI ft l\l,l/i I . Ml 




16 


David May 


K 


25(d) 


Jamari McCollough 


CB 


53 


Brendan McDermond 


LS 


92 


Dre Moore 


DT 


46 


Caleb Morris 


P 


58 


Adrian Moten 


LB 


97 


Dean Muhtadi 


DL 


40(d) 


Jeremy Navarre 


DE 


25(d) 


Colin Nelson 


DB 


58(d) 


Brandon Nixon 


OT 


61 


Lee Oliver 


OG 


17 


Danny Oquendo 


WR 


51(d) 


Steve Pfister 


LB 


34 


Dave Philistin 


LB 


71 


Paul Pinegar 


OT 


36 


Adam Podlesh 


P 


12(d) 


Josh Portis 


OB 


88 


Greq Powell 


WR 


75 


Dane Randolph 


OT 


16 


Jeremy Ricker 


QB 


49 


Chris Roberts 


PK 


42 


James Rolle 


FB 


79 


Kyle Sappinqton 


OL 


98 


Omarr Savage 


DE 


31 


Andrew Schmitt 


LS 


45 id) 


Alex Schultz 


LB 


23 


Da'Rel Scott 


TB 


4(d) 


Bobby Sheahm 


OB 


10 


Terrell Skinner 


DB 


81 


Stephen Smalls 


WR 


19 


Jordan Steffy 


OB 


9 


Richard Taylor 


CB 


76 


Jaimie Thomas 


OG 


27 


Taji Thornton 


CB 


10 


Chris Turner 


QB 


3 


Christian Varner 


FS 


24(d) 


Pha'Terrell Washinqton 


CB 


11 


Drew Weatherly 


WR 


51(d) 


Brian Whitmore 


LEO 


60 


Edwin Williams 


C 


84 


Isaiah Williams 


WR 


18 


LaQuan Williams 


CB 


4(d) 


Josh Wilson 


CB 


12(d) 


Marcus Wimbush 


SS 


6 


Anthony Wiseman 


CB 


69 


Donnie Woods 


OG 


59 


Alex Wujciak 


LB 



Pronunciation 

nuh-VAR 



oh-KEHN-doh 



Dave Philistin 


FILL-liss-teen 


Adam Podlesh 


pod-lesh 


Bobby Sheahm 


SHEE-in 


Terrell Skinner 


tuh-REHL 


Stephen Smalls 


steff-ahn 


Jaimie Thomas 


iay-mee 


Pha'Terrell Washington 


fuh-TARE-ull 


LaQuan Williams 


luh-KWAN 


Alex Wujciak 


WOE-jack 


Coach 


Pronunciation 


Bryan Bossard 


BO-sard 


Tom Brattan 


rhymes with latin 


Ralph Friedqen 


FREE-iun 


Ray Rychleski 


rich-LESS-key 


Dave Sollazzo 


so-LAH-zo 


Phil Zachanas 


zack-uh-RY-us 



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2006 RESULTS 

MARYLAND (8-4, 5-3 ACC) 

S2 WILLIAM & MARY (ESPN360) W 27-14 


S9 MIDDLE TENN. (ESPN360J 


W 


24-10 


S14 AT #5/5 WEST VIRGINIA (ESPN) 


L 


2445 


S23 FLORIDA INTL. (ESPN360) 


W 


14-10 


07 AT #18/20 GA TECH 1 (ESPNU) 


L 


23-27 


014 AT VIRGINIA* (ESPN360) 


W 


28-26 


021 NC STATE" ♦ (LFS/RAYCOM) 


w 


26-20 


028 FLORIDA STATE' (ESPN2) 


w 


27-24 


N4 AT#19/19 CLEMSON" (ESPN2) 


w 


13-12 


N11 MIAMI' (ABC) 


w 


14-13 


N18 AT #20/20 BOSTON COLL.' (ESPN) 


L 


'6-38 


N25 #20/20 WAKE FOREST' (ESPN) 


L 


24-38 


D29 VS. PURDUE # (ESPN) 




8:00 P.M. 


ALL CAPS indicates home game 

'ACC game, + Homecoming. # - Champs Sports Bowl 

PURDUE (8-5, 5-3 BIG TEN) 

S2 INDIANA STATE W 60-35 


S9 MIAMI (OHIO) 


(ot)W 


38-31 


S16 BALL STATE 


W 


38-28 


S23 MINNESOTA* 


W 


27-21 


S30 at #12/14 Notre Dame 


L 


21-35 


07 at #19/1 9 Iowa* 


L 


17-47 


014 at Northwestern" 


W 


31-10 


021 #21/22 WISCONSIN* 


L 


3-24 


028 PENN STATE* 


L 


0-12 


N4 at Michiqan State' 


W 


17-15 


N11 at Illinois* 


w 


42-31 


N18 INDIANA* 


w 


28-19 


N25 at #25/25 Hawaii 


L 


35-42 


D29 vs Maryland # (ESPN) 




i 00 p m 


* Big 10 game, u - Champs Sports Bowl 



BROADCAST 
INFORMATION 



TV ESPN - Brad Nessler (play-byplay) joins Bob Gnese (analyst) 
in the booth, with Bonnie Bernstein on the sideline. 


RADIO Terrapin Sports Radio Network (6.30 p.m.) - Johnny 
Holliday, play-by-play; Jonathan Claiborne, color analysis; Tim 
Strachan. sidelines 


INTERNET Audio can be accessed by logging on to www. 
urnteips.com. 


QUICK FACTS 

Head Coach Ralph Friedgen (Maryland, 70) 
Record al Maryland (years) 49-24 (6th) 


Career Record 


Same 


Offensive Coordinator 


Ralph Fnedgen 


Defensive Coordinator 


Chris Cosh 


All-Time vs Purdue 


1st Meetinq 


2006 Home/Away/Neulral 


6-1/2-3/0-0 


MEDIA INFORMATION 

Football Contact Shawn Nestor, Assoc. MRD 


Pt one 


w (301)314-7065 


e-mail 


sneslor@umd edu 


Secondary Contact 


Doug Dull, Assoc. A.D. 


Mam Office Phone 


I] '14-7064 


e-mail 


ddull@umdedu 


Other Contact 


Dan Reisig, Media Rel. Asst. 


Phorif; 


1314-8093 


e-mail 


dreisig@umd.edu 



THE GAME 

• The University of Maryland plays Purdue University on Friday, Dec. 29 in the 2006 Champs Sports Bowl in Orlando, Fla. 
The game will be televised live nationally in prime time on ESPN and broadcast on the Terrapin Sports Radio Network 
(105.7 FM and 1300 AM Baltimore; 630 AM Washington, D.C.) . Maryland will be making its 4th bowl trip in the six 
seasons that Ralph Friedgen has returned as head coach at his alma mater. 

• Maryland (8-4, 5-3) comes into the bowl game after dropping its final game of the regular season, 38-24, to Wake 
Forest. Despite a 119-yard rushing effort by Keon Lattimore, the Terrapins could not recover from deficits of 21-7 and 
28-14 in losing to a Wake Forest team that went on to win the Atlantic Coast Conference championship and its requisite 
trip to the Orange Bowl. 

• Maryland finished in a second-place tie in the Atlantic Division standings with a 5-3 league mark. The Terrapins tied with 
Clemson and Boston College just one game behind Wake Forest, which finished at 6-2. The Terrapins posted a five- 
game winning streak in the middle of the season to post its fourth season with at least eight wins in Ralph Friedgen's 
six years as head coach at Maryland. A victory in the Champs Sports Bowl would give Maryland only the 1 3th nine-win 
season in 114 years of football at the university. 

• Purdue (8-5, 5-3) tied for fourth in the Big Ten Conference and closed its regular season with a 42-35 defeat at Hawaii. 
In a fourth-quarter shootout that saw the two teams combine for 43 points in the final period alone, the Rainbows scored 
on two touchdown passes in the final 4:48 to erase a 35-27 Purdue lead and earn the victory. Purdue won three straight 
games in early November to earn the eight-win season, winning at Michigan State and at Illinois before beating Indiana 
at home to post a 5-3 mark in the Big Ten 

• The Terrapins are seeking their third straight bowl victory, an accomplishment that has never occurred at Maryland. 
The Terps defeated West Virginia, 41-7, on 1/1/2004 in the Gator Bowl in their most recent bowl appearance, and that 
followed a 30-3 triumph over Tennessee on 12/31/2002 in the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl. 

• Maryland accomplished its eight-win season against one of the toughest schedules in the nation The Terrapins played 
eight teams this season that have earned berths in bowl games. 

• Neither Maryland or Purdue is ranked in any of the three major polls coming into bowl season. 

SERIES NOTES: TERPS VS. BOILERMAKERS 

• Purdue and Maryland have never met on the football field. 

• Maryland's last bowl game against a team from the Big Ten Conference was in 1977 when the Terrapins defeated 
Minnesota, 1 7-7 in the Hall of Fame Bowl in Birmingham, Ala. 

• Maryland has played twice previously in bowl games held in Orlando, Fla. The Terrapins lost to Florida, 35-20. on 
12/20/1980 in the Tangerine Bowl and dropped a 30-23 matchup to Tennessee on 12/17/1983 in the Citrus Bowl. 

BOWL INFORMATION 

• Tickets for the 2006 Champs Sports Bowl are available by calling the Terrapin Ticket Office at 1-800-IM-A-TERP. Tickets 
are $60 for the game. 

• Information about Maryland's appearance in the Champs Sports Bowl is available at: 
http://umterps.cstv.com/sports/m-footbl/06-md-bowl-central.html 



TERPS 



Punts blocked by Maryland opponents since 1999. 
the longest streak in the nation after Georgia had a 
punt blocked recently by Ole Miss. 

12 

Consecutive field goals made by senior PK Dan 
Ennis over the last five games. 



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ALL ABOUT PURDUE 

SCOUTING THE BOILERMAKERS 

• A talented and prolific offense helped Purdue achieve another outstanding season in 2006. The Boilermakers 
finished 8-5 overall and tied for fourth place in the Big Ten Conference at 5-3. Purdue started with four straight 
victories this season, went 1-4 in a stretch between 9/30 and 10/28, but finished the Big Ten schedule with three 
straight wins to hit the eight-win mark. 

• Purdue's passing offense ranks 6th in the nation at 293.7 yards per game, a figure that led the Big Ten. The 
Boilermakers also led the Big Ten in total offense at 425.8 yards per game. 

• Spearheading the passing attack is junior QB Curtis Painter, who was 6th individually in Division l-A in total 
offense. Painter threw for 3,721 yards and 21 touchdowns this season. In 13 games, he was 292-for-494 (59.1 
completion percentage), an average of 38 pass attempts per game. 

• The Boilermakers feature a balanced attack offensively, though, as their rushing game is also successful. Junior 
RB Kory Sheets had 769 yards and 1 1 touchdowns on the ground this season, finishing 9th in the Big Ten at 59.2 
ypg. His running mate, sophomore Jaycen Taylor, added 658 yards on the ground and had an impressive 6.1 per 
carry average. 

• Purdue scored 23 touchdowns rushing and 23 touchdowns passing in 2006. 

• Painter's top targets include junior WR Dorien Bryant, who led the league in receptions per game and receiving 
yards per game. He had 79 catches for 967 yards. Senior TE Dustin Keller is also a prime target with 55 catches 
for 751 yards, and sophomore WR Greg Orton had 50 catches for 695 yards. 

• Defensively, Purdue is led by junior LB Dan Bick, who topped the team with 92 tackles. Senior DE Anthony 
Spencer ended the season with an amazing 26.5 tackles for loss, including 10.5 quarterback sacks. Junior SS 
Justin Scott had a team-high 3 interceptions for the Boilermakers, who forced opponents into 1 7 fumbles lost this 
year. 



WHAT IS A 



A boilermaker is a trained craftsman who produces 
steel fabrications from plates and sections. The name 
originated from craftsmen who would fabricate boilers, 
but they may work on projects as diverse as bridges to 
blast furnaces. A boilermaker is also the mascot of Purdue 
University located in West Lafayette, Indiana. (Source: 
Dictionary.com) 




MARYLAND'S 
MATCHUP 

2006 TEAM COMPARISONS 

Maryland Cateqory Purdue 


124.5 


Rushing Offense 




1321 


179.8 


Passing Offense 




293.7 


304,2 


Total Offense 




4258 


21.7 


Scoring Offense 




27.5 


I74.8 


Rushing Defense 




190.1 


192.2 


Passing Defense 




242.6 


'tfifi 9 


Total Defense 




432.7 


23.1 


Scoring Defense 




26.9 


49-141 (35%) 


Third Down Conv. 


84-178(47%) 


7-14 (50%) 


Fourth Down Conv 




5-17(29%) 


17-77 


Sacks By-Yards 




30-185 


19-125 


Sacks Allowed 




17-135 


51-447 


Penalties-Yards 




70-515 


18-11 


Fumbles-Lost 




18-8 


28 48 


Avg. Time of Poss. 




28:13 


BOILERMAKERS 
STATISTICAL LEADERS 

RUSHING G An. NET AVG. TD YPG 


Kory Sheets 


13 156 769 


4.9 


11 59.2 


Jaycen Taylor 


13 107 658 


6.1 


4 50.6 


Dorien Bryanl 


13 19 150 


79 


2 11.5 


Passing 


G C-A-l Pet. 


Yds. 


TD YPG 


Curtis Painter 


13292-494-1859.13721 


2! 286 2 


Receiving 


G Rec. Yds. 


Avq. 


TD YPG 


Dorien Bryant 


13 79 967 


12.2 


6 74.4 


Dustin Keller 


13 55 751 


13? 


4 57.8 


Greq Orton 


13 50 695 


13 9 


4 53 5 





28.1 

In his first season as Maryland's primary kick return 
man. CB Josh Wilson is averaging 28. 1 yards per 
return. 10th-best in the nation and 3rd in the Atlantic 
Coast Conference. 

42-5 

Ralph Friedgen's record at Maryland when leading 
at halftime. 



61.4 

Career completion percentage for Sam Hollenbach 
(402-for-655), which ranks third in school history. 

1949 

The year that Stan Lavine hit Ed Bolton on a 92- 
yard touchdown pass against South Carolina for a 
school record that stood for 57 years, before Sam 
Hollenbach found Darrius Heyward-Bey for a 96- 
yarder igainst Miami. 



1997 

The last time Maryland returned a kickoff for a 
touchdown prior to Josh Wilson s 1 00+ yard return 
for a TD against Georgia Tech. 



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INDIVIDUAL 
SINGLE-GAME BESTS 

RUSHING YARDS 

Josh Allen, TB 257 vs Virginia 2003 

Lance Ball. TB 163 vs Virginia 2005 

TimCesa.FB 11 vs. NC Slate 2006 

Damns Heyv/ard-Bev. WR 9 vs Wake Forest 2006 

Sam Hollenbach. QB 62 vs NC Slate 2006 

J P Humber TB 53 al Temple 2005 

Keon Latttmore. TB If 9 vs Wake Forest 2006 

Danny Oquendo. WR 21 al West Virginia 2006 

Jordan Stelfy QB 8 al Duke 2004 

PASS COMPLETIONS 

Sam Hollenbach, QB 27 al Boston College 2006 

Jordan Slefly, QB 5 vs Georgia Tech 2004 

PASSING YARDS 



Sam Hollenbach, QB 
Jordan Slefly QB 



374 al North Carolina 2005 
48 al Virginia 2004 



RECEPTIONS 



2006 
2006 
2006 
2006 
2006 
2006 
2006 
2006 
2006 
2006 
2005 
2006 



2004 
2006 
2006 
2006 
2005 
2006 
2006 
2006 
2006 
2006 
2005 
2006 



Josh Allen TB 3(3x)laslvs FIU 

Lance Ball.TB 2 (3x) last vs Wake Forest 

Dan Gronkowski TE 1 |3x) last vs Flonda State 

Tim Cesa, FB 1 vs Middle Tennessee 

Jason Goode. WR 4 al Georgia Tech 

Joey Haynos. TE 8 at Wesl Virginia 

Damns Heyward-Bey. WR 5 (4x) last vs Miami 

Cory Jackson. FB 1 (3x) last vs Wake Forest 

Keon Lattimore. TB 6 at Boston College 

Danny Oquendo WR 6 at Boston College 

Drew Weatheriy WR 4 vs Navy 

Isaiah Williams WR 5 at Clemson 

RECEIVING YARDS 

Josh Allen, TB 98 vs Flonda State 

Lance Ball, TB 16 al Boston College 

Tim Cesa, FB 9 vs Middle Tennessee 

Jason Goode. HB 75 at Clemson 

Dan Gronkowski. TE 25 vs. Clemson 

Joey Haynos. TE 52 at Clemson 

Damus Heyward-Bey WR 175 vs Miami 

Cory Jackson, FB 13 at Boston College 

Keon Lattimore. TB 72 vs NC State 

Danny Oquendo, WR 65 at Boston College 

Drew Weatheriy, WR 36 vs Navy 

Isaiah Williams, WR 66 at Clemson 

KICKOFF RETURN YARDS 

TimCesa.FB 11 (2x) last vs Middle Tennessee 2006 

Nolan Carroll. WR 31 at Boston College 2006 

Joey Haynos. TE 7 vs William 8 Mary 2006 

Danny Oquendo, WR 32 at Wesl Virginia 2006 

Josh Wilson, CB 157 al Georgia Tech 2006 

PUNT RETURN YARDS 

Isaiah Gardner. CB 8 vs William S Mary 2006 

Danny Oquendo, WR 85 vs Flonda Slate 2006 

Josh Wilson CB 12 vs William 8 Mary 2006 

TACKLES 

Jeff Allen, TB 4 al West Virginia 2006 

Kevin Barnes. CB 3 |2x) lasl at Virginia 2006 

Conrad Bolslon DE 6 al Wesl Virginia 2004 

Chase Bullock. LB 4 al Temple 2005 

Tim Cesa LB 7 vs Temple 2004 

Rick Costa. LB 3 (2x) lasl vs NC Stale 2006 

Trey Covington, DE 9 vs West Virginia 2005 

Carios Felciano NT 4 at Clemson 2006 

Moses Fokou. LB 5 i2x) last vs. Flu 2006 

Mack Frost, DE 1 (6iJ last vs Wake Forest 2006 

Isaiah Gardner. CB 8 I2t) last vs Wake Forest 2006 

Barrod Heggs. LEO 2 (3x) last vs Miami 2006 

Enn Henderson. LB 18 at Clemson 2006 

David Holloway. LB 10 (2x| lasl al Georgia Tech 2006 

JJJustee. SS 5 vs William 8 Mary 2006 

Wesley Jefferson. LB 14 vs Miami 2006 

Jermaine Lemons, LB 8 vs Navy 2005 

Ore Moore. DE 8 vs Miami 2006 

Jeremy Navarre DE 7 al Clemson 2006 

Colin Nelson, DB 1 vs Middle Tennessee 2006 

Dave Philislin, LB 7 vs William 8 Mary 2006 

Greg Powell WR 2 (2x) last vs Florida Slate 2006 

Oman Savage, DE , 4 at NC Stale 2005 

Rehard Taylor, CB Mary 2006 

Chnstian Vamer, S ^unda Slate 2005 

Josh Wilson, CB rginia 2005 

:;mbusfi SS. . 10 vs Wake Forest 2006 
Marks in italics were from the last game 



QUICK HITS: WEEK 1 2 

• Maryland suffered its second straight loss to end the regular season at 8-4. The Terrapins finished the game with a 
season-high 376 yards in total offense, including 194 yards on the ground to post the second-best team rushing total of 
the year (213 vs. WilliamS Mary) 

• TB Keon Lattimore made the most of his starting role, rushing for career highs in yards (119) and carries (23). He 
accounted for all 49 yards on the Terps' eight-play, 49-yard drive in the middle of the third quarter. 

• Lattimore and TB Lance Ball each scored a rushing touchdown in the game. It was the third time this season that 
Maryland's tandem of tailbacks had scored at least one TD on the ground in the same game. 

• Ball had 64 yards rushing in the game and moved up two spots to 14th on the Terps' career list. He finished the regular 
season with a team best 717 yards. 

• PK Dan Ennis hit his only field goal of the game, a 26-yarder midway through the third quarter It was his 12th straight 
successful attempt - a span covering six games. 

• The Terrapins announced a sellout crowd at Chevy Chase Bank Field at Byrd Stadium, with the attendance of 51,500 
being 20th on the all-time list of single-game attendance at Maryland. 

• Maryland honored 13 seniors who were appearing at Chevy Chase Bank Field at Byrd Stadium for the final time in 
their careers: 33-Josh Allen, 95-Conrad Bolston, 41-T.D. Callahan, 22-Dan Ennis, 70-Stephon Heyer, 14-Sam 
Hollenbach, 54-David Holloway, 7-J.P. Humber, 36-Adam Podlesh, 88-Greg Powell. 11-Drew Weatheriy, 4-Josh 
Wilson, 12-Marcus Wimbush. This group of seniors heads into the 2006 Champs Sports Bowl with a four-year record 
of 28-19 and a five-year mark of 39-22. 

OF COMEBACKS 

• Maryland's 20-point comeback at Virginia 
created a scramble through the record books 
to find the following nuggets: 

• Head coach Ralph Friedgen was the offensive 
coordinator on 11/10/1984 when Maryland 
recovered from a 31-0 halftime deficit at Miami 
to score a 42-40 triumph. 

• The last time Maryland came from 20 points 
down to win a game was on 11/20/1993 at 
Wake Forest. The Demon Deacons scored 
the first 23 points of the game before Maryland 
rallied to take a 33-32 victory. 

• Before the win at Virginia, Maryland had earned 
two 14-point comebacks during Friedgen's 
tenure as head coach. Maryland trailed 21-7 at 
Wake Forest on 11/29/2003 before winning 41- 
28. Also, the Terrapins trailed 21-7 against NC 
State on 11/9/2003 before rallying for a 24-21 
victory 

OF DRAMA 




Keon Lattimore's 56-yard touchdown run 

gave Maryland the lead for good en route to its 

28-26 come-from-behind win at Virginia 



Maryland won five straight games (Oct. 24-Nov. 11) by a combined total of 13 points. Each game featured some fourth- 
quarter drama and kept Terrapin fans on the edge of their seats: 

After losing their ACC opener, 27-23, at Georgia Tech, Maryland trailed 20-0 at Virginia (10/14) when the teams broke 
for halftime. The Terrapins got a 56-yard TD by Keon Lattimore and a 45-yard interception return by Erin Henderson 
in a run of 28 unanswered points over a stretch of 6: 1 1 . Virginia pulled within 28-26 with a touchdown with 2:37 to play. 
but Josh Wilson tipped away the Cavaliers' two-point conversion attempt. 

Maryland used two turnovers by NC State to earn a 20-0 lead early on 10/21 , then held on for a 28-26 Homecoming win 
over the Wolfpack. NC State pulled within two points with a touchdown with 58 seconds left, but the Terrapins covered 
an onside-kick attempt to pull out the win 

Sam Hollenbach threw three TD passes en route to a 27-14 lead in the third quarter on 10/28 against Florida State. The 
Seminoles closed to within 27-24 with 8:49 left on a 24-yard field goal by Gary Cismesia. Lining up for a potential game- 
tying field goal from 46 yards out, DE Jeremy Navarre broke through the middle to block the kick and give Maryland the 
win. 

The fourth field goal of the day by Clemson s Jad Dean gave the Tigers a 12-10 lead over the Terps with 2:25 left on 
11/4. But Sam Hollenbach went 5-for-5 on a game-winning drive that set up a 31-yard field goal by Dan Ennis as time 
ran out, giving the Terrapins a 13-12 road victory 



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• Maryland took an early 14-0 lead against Miami ( 1 1/1 1 ), but held on for a 14-13 win. Trey Covington had an interception 
at the Maryland 32 with 3:08 to play and Isaiah Gardner forced a fumble on a Miami punt-return attempt with 1:14 
remaining to preserve the win 

TERPS OWN NATION'S LONGEST STREAK 

• In special teams coach Ray Rychleski's six years, Maryland has had two punters (Brooks Barnard and Adam Podlesh). 
two long snappers (Jon Condo and Andrew Schmitt) and zero blocked punts. 

• The Terrapins' streak without a blocked punt goes back 85 games, now the longest streak in college football. 

• The Terps have not had one blocked since Nov. 13, 1999 (Florida State). That amount of time became the longest in 
NCAA football recently when Georgia, which last had one blocked earlier in the 1999 season, had a punt blocked by Ole 
Miss. 

TURNING THE TABLES 

• While the Terrapins are not yielding blocked punts, they are doing their best not to return the favor to their opposition 

■ In the last two years, the Terps have blocked four punts. They opened this season with a Josh Wilson block against 
William & Mary. 

SELECT COMPANY 

• Ralph Friedgens 41 wins in his first five years as a head coach ranked tied for second in Atlantic Coast Conference 
history among coaches in their first five years. Friedgen is working his way up the charts for sixth-year ACC coaches. 

• Though he was the top second-, third- and fourth-year coach in ACC history by wins, Friedgens win total after last 
season fell short of the mark of 44 wins set by Clemson's Danny Ford from 1979-83. That mark, however, tied him for 
second with former Terrapin great Jerry Claiborne ( 1 972-76) on the list of fifth-year mentors. 

• Friedgen (49-24) fell just short this season of matching the six-year ACC mark of Ford (51-1 5-2). 

• The win over Miami moved Friedgen into a tie for 2nd place on the list of career victories in a coaches' 6th year at an 
ACC school. Dick Crum was 48-20-1 at North Carolina from 1978-82, and Friedgen is now tied with Claiborne, who was 
49-20-2 at Maryland from 1972-77. 

NEW OLD FACES 

• The loss of two experienced coordinators this past season left what would seem to have been a gap in experience on 
the Terrapin coaching staff. With Friedgen taking over at offensive coordinator and Chris Cosh on the defensive side, 
Maryland is far from green, however. 

• The Maryland staff (head coach and full-time assistants), overall, possesses a combined total of 202 years of full-time 
experience at either the collegiate or pro levels. 

• That total includes seven coaches (Friedgen, Cosh, Brattan, Rychleski, Seamonson, Sollazzo and Zacharias) who have 
been at it for 20 years or more, and the 202 years means an average of over 20 years of experience per coach on the 
2006 staff. 

• Only quarterbacks coach John Donovan (four years) has less than 10 years as a full-time assistant coach. Donovan's 
time around football is not quite so brief, however, as he spent four years at Georgia Tech as Fnedgen's graduate 
assistant and four years with the Terps as an assistant recruiting coordinator. 

BACK IN THE SADDLE 

• This season will be Ralph Friedgens first coordinating the Maryland offense while also serving as head coach. Prior to 
this year. Friedgen had not called offensive plays since leaving Georgia Tech in 2000. 

• In his last stint in college as a coordinator (1 998-2000), Friedgen guided a Georgia Tech offense unit that averaged 36.7 
points and 444 yards of total offense per game. During that span, the Yellow Jackets posted a record of 27-8 (.771) 

• This run is Friedgens second coordinating the Maryland offense as he served in the same role under head coach Bobby 
Ross from 1982-86. In his time with Ross at Maryland. Friedgen helped lead the Terps to three ACC Championships and 
was instrumental in the development of quarterbacks Boomer Esiason, Frank Reich and Stan Gelbaugh. 



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W 


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L 


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#16/16 Wake Forest 


6 


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3 


6 


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NC State 


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6 


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W. 


t 


W i Streak 


#23/22 Georgia Tech 


7 


1 


9 3 I 1 


#14/14 Virginia Tech 


5 


2 


1" 2 W6 


Virginia 


4 


4 


5 I L1 


Miami 


3 


5 


6 6 


North Carolina 


2 


6 


3 9 W2 


Duke 




8 


12 L20 











PSQDS 



Week 


AP 


USA Today 


BCS 


Preseason 


NR 


RV 




1 (8/28-9/3) 


NR 


RV 




2(9/4-9/10) 


NR 


RV 




3(9/11-9/17) 


NR 


RV 


- 


4(9/18-9/24] 


NR 


NR 


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5(9/25-10/1] 


NR 


NR 


- 


6(10/2-10/8] 


NR 


NR 


- 


7(10/9-10/15) 


NR 


NR 


IIP 


8(10/16-10/22) 


NR 


NR 


NR 


9(10/23-10/29) 


NR 


NR 


NR 


10(10/30-11/5) 


RV 


RV 


NR 


11 (11/6-11/12) 


23 


24 


23 


12(11/13-11/19) 


21 


21 


19 


13(11/20-11/26) 


RV 


RV 


NR 


14(11/27-12/3) 


RV 


RV 


NR 


15(12/4-12/10) 


RV 


RV 


NR 


16(12/11-) 



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TERRAPIN COUNCIL 

Below are the seven players who were chosen as members of the 
Terrapin Council for 2006, a group which serves as a collective voice 
for the players when communicating issues with the staff: 




Josh Allen 



Stephon Heyer Sam Hollenbach 




Josh Wilson Erin Henderson Wesley Jefferson 




Christian Varner Trey Covington 



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2006 NCAA RANKINGS 
TEAM 

Rushing Offense 

761/1 123.9 ypq 


Passing Offense 
81st 


179.8 ypg 


Total Offense 
96th 


303.7 ypg 


Scoring Offense 

78th 


21.7 ppg 


Rushing Defense 
102nd 


174.8 ypg 


Pass Defense 

47th 


192.2 ypg 


Pass Efficiency Defense 
64ft 


125.7 rating 


Total Defense 

89th 


366.9 ypq 


Scoring Defense 

63rd 


23.1 ppg 


Net Punting 

48th 


35.63^ 


Sacks 

97th 


1.42 sag 


Sacks Allowed 

T45th 


1.67 spg 


INDIVIDUAL 

Punting 
20th 


Adam Podlesh, 43 1 avq 


Field Goals 
6th 


DanEnms, 1 58lqpq 


Kickoff Returns 
10th 


Josh Wilson. 28. 1 avq 


2006 ACC RANKINGS 

TEAM 

Rushing Offense 

4th 123.9 ypg 


Passing Offense 

8th 


179.8ypg 


Total Offense 

7th 


303.7 ypq 


Scoring Offense 

7th 


21.7 ppg 


Rushing Defense 
12th 


174.8 ypg 


Pass Defense 

61/1 


192.2 ypq 


Pass Efficiency Defense 

10th 


125.7 rating 


Total Defense 

10th 


366.9 ypg 


Scoring Defense 

10th 


23.1 ppg 


Net Punting 
6th 


35.6 avq 


Sacks 

11th 


1.42 spg 


Sacks Allowed 
5th 


1.67spg 


INDIVIDUAL 

Punting 
2nd 


Adam Podlesh. 43 1 avg 


Field Coals 
2nd 


DanEnnis. 1.58 fgpg 


Scoring 

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DanEnnis, 7.2 ppg 


(T3rd in kick scoring. 7 2ppg) 




(2nd in FG percentage. 826) 




Kickoff Returns 

3rd 


Josh Wilson. 28.1 avg 


Rushing 

9th 


Lance Ball. 59.8 ypq 


Receptions 

10th Darhus Heyward-Bey. 3.42 rpg 


[6lh in receiving yards. 51 1 ypg) 




Punt Returns 
6th 


Danny Oquendo, 8 9 avg 


Pass Efficiency 

3rd Sam Hollenbach, 128. 1 rating 


(3rd in passing yards, 179 
(3rd in total offense, 1 
Tackles 

2nd 


1 2 Ipg 


3rd 


'• 9 Ipg 


Passes Detended 
T6lh 


Josh Wilson. lOOpq 





TOUGH ROAD 

• The Terrapins road back to a bowl game has been a challenging one, as their schedule was one of the toughest in the 
nation this season. The Terrapins played five teams ranked in the AP Top 20 at the time of the game (West Virginia, 
Georgia Tech, Clemson, Boston College, Wake Forest). 

• Eight bowl teams were among the 12 teams on Maryland's schedule this season (Middle Tennessee, WVU, Georgia 
Tech, Florida State, Clemson, Miami, Boston College, Wake Forest). The Terrapins closed their 2006 schedule with five 
straight bowl teams. 

• The NCAA maintains weekly an updated list of toughest schedules in the nation based on opponents' won-lost records. 
At one point this season, Maryland was facing the seventh-toughest slate of games among all Division l-A schools. 

• In his online column in the preseason, ESPN.com's Bruce Feldman ranked the Terps schedule as the 10th-toughest in 
college football this season 



SAM I AM 

• For just the second time in the last six years, Maryland 
started a season with a returning starter at the 
quarterback position. And though the success Sam 
Hollenbach (pronounced HALL-en-ooc/<) had a year 
ago is not that of Scott McBrien (the last QB to return 
as starter) in 2003, his experience and knowledge of 
Fnedgen's offense suggests that he he is the man to 
lead the Terp offense this season. 

• Through 12 games this season, Hollenbach did not 
have a breakout performance, but did cut down on 
the mistakes that plagued him a year ago. In 2006, he 
is 188-for-304 (61. 8 completion percentage) for 2,148 
yards with 13 touchdowns and 11 interceptions. His 
career completion percentage is third-best in school 
history 

• Hollenbach's career completion percentage heading 
into the bowl game is 61 .4 percent (402-for-655) Now 
with 4,916 yards passing in his career, Hollenbach is 
5th on the all-time list at Maryland. Next on the list 
is Neil O'Donnell, who threw for 4,989 yards from 
1987-89. He is 84 yards from becoming only the 4th 
Terrapin in school history to reach the 5,000-yard 
mark in his career 

• On career lists, he also ranks 4th with 655 attempts 
(Neil O'Donnell is 3rd at 658), 3rd in completions with 
402 (461, Boomer Esiason, 1981-83) and T4th with 
26 passing touchdowns (Neil O'Donnell, 1987-89). 

• Hollenbach was the only returning ACC quarterback 
to rank in the top five in pass efficiency, total offense 
and passing yardage last year. The lone QB who 
achieved that feat along with him was the now- 
departed Charlie Whitehurst of Clemson. In the 
regular season, Hollenbach ranked 3rd in the ACC in 
total offense, pass efficiency rating and passing yards 
per game. 

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TERPLE THREAT 

• Heading into last season, Maryland was -- for the first time since 2001 -- in search of a tailback. Mario Merrills, Lance 
Ball, Keon Lattimore and J. P. Humber were all vying for the job and midway through last season, no single back had 
been named the every day starter, A year later, the Terrapins are as deep and talented at tailback as any team in the 
ACC and the only issue at hand is splitting up the carries. 

• This year, the team has made regular use of Ball, and Lattimore while also mixing in veteran Josh Allen 

• So far this season, the trio has accounted for 329 carries, 1 ,473 yards and 1 1 touchdowns rushing. 

• Still only a junior, Ball established himself as one of the league's top backs a year ago, rushing for 903 yards despite 
starting only four games. He rushed over 100 yards four times in the team's last seven games in 2005 and was 
ultimately named second team AII-ACC. 

• Ball (above center) currently leads the team in rushing with 717 yards on 156 carries (4.6 per carry). He is 9th in the 
ACC in rushing and rushed for the fifth 100-yard game of his career at Georgia Tech (23 carries, 116 yards). 

• Junior Keon Lattimore (above right) missed spring recovering from a shoulder injury, but has returned and looked like 
a different player this season. He is second on the team in rushing (140 carries, 658 yards) and his 4,7 yards per carry 
leads the team, Lattimore had the first 1 00-yard rushing game of his career at Virginia and surpassed that with 1 1 9 yards 
in the regular-season finale against Wake Forest. 

• Now completely healed from an injury suffered in the final game of 2004, Josh Allen (above left) returns to give the 
Terps yet another threat. Allen enters the bowl game tied for 6th on the school's all-time list for rushing touchdowns 
and moved into the career top 1 for rushing yards with 1 ,958. He is now 9th on that list, passing Billy Lovett ( 1 966-68) 
against NC State. 

RECEIVERS COMING ALONG 

• In Vernon Davis, Danny Melendez, Jo Jo Walker and Derrick Fenner, Maryland lost 76 percent (160 of 210) of its 
receptions due to graduation or the NFL draft. It is not a mystery that players will have to step up in their absence, 

• The Maryland two-deep returned just one senior (Drew Weatherly) and no other players with the exception of special 
teams guru Greg Powell with any more experienced than a sophomore. What the team does have that it did not have 
even last year in its talented trio of wideouts is an abundance of physical talent. 

• The average height and weight of this year's top five receivers is 6-2, 203. In that group, the average time in the 40-yard 
dash in spring drills was 4,46 with Darrius Heyward-Bey and Isaiah Williams each sub-4.4. 

• Through 12 games, Maryland's top three wide receivers were all second-year players (Danny Oquendo, Williams and 
Heyward-Bey). The only non-receiver to sneak into the top four is another first-year starter, TE Joey Haynos 

MORE ON RECEIVING 

• Heyward-Bey had an outstanding game at Georgia Tech, often getting yards where there seemingly were none. He 
finished the day with five receptions for 111 yards, the first 100-yard effort of his young career and first of the season for 
the Terrapins. 

• His 175-yard game against Miami featured catches of 65 and 96 yards on which he was able to display his showcase 
speed. His 175 yards accounted for the second-best game by an ACC receiver this season, behind only Jomar Wright's 
10-for-176 game for Duke against Miami. His 613 receiving yards this season are a Maryland freshman record and 
fourth all-time in ACC history among first-year players. 

• Heyward-Bey went from out of the top 10 on the ACC's receiving yards list into 3rd with his big game against the 
Hurricanes. He's now averaging 52.4 receiving yards per game, finishing the regular season in 6th on that chart in the 
ACC statistics. In conference games only, he was 3rd in receiving yards per game (63.8) behind only potential first- 
round pick Calvin Johnson of Georgia Tech (92.5) and Chansi Stuckey of Clemson (65.7). 



RECORD WATCH 

updated Nov. 26, 2006 

PASSING 

Career Passing Yards 

1. Scott Milanovich, 1992-95 


7,301 


2 
3 

4 
5 
6 
7 

8 
9 


Boomer Esiason, 1981-83 


6,259 


Scott McBrien, 2002-03 


5,169 


Neil O'Donnell, 1987-89 


4,989 


Sam Hollenbach, 2003-present 


4,916 

4,560 


Dan Hennmg, 1985-87 


Brian Cummings 1 1994-97 


4,080 


JohnKaleo 1991-92 


3,660 


Stan Gelbaugh, 1981-85 


3,659 


10. Dick Shiner, 1961-63 


3,410 


11. BobAvellini, 1972-74 


3,222 


12. Shaun Hill, 2000-01 


3.159 


13. Scott Zolak, 1988-90 


3.124 


RUSHING 

Career Touchdowns 

1. Rick Badaniek, 1982-85 


44 


2. LaMont Jordan, 1997-2000 


36 


3. Steve Atkins, 1975-78 


31 


4. Charlie Wysocki, 1978-81 


26 


5 


Louis Carter, 1972-74 


25 


6 


Josh Allen, 2002-present 


21 




Ed Modzelewski. 1949-51 


21 


Career Yards 

1. LaMont Jordan, 1997-2000 


4,147 


2. Charlie Wysocki, 1978-81 


3,317 


3. Steve Atkins, 1975-78 


2.9?; 


4. Bruce Perry, 1999-2003 


2.424 


5. Rick Badanjek, 1982-85 


2.417 


6. Louis Carter, 1972-74 


2 266 


7. Alvin Blount, 1983-86 


2.153 


8. Willie Joyner, 1980-83 


2,140 


9. Josh Allen, 2002-present 


1,958 


10. Billy Lovett, 1966-68 


1,913 


11. Ed Modzelewski, 1949-51 


1,893 


12. Mark Mason, 1990-93 


1,807 


13. Art Seymore, 1970-72 


1,656 


14. Lance Ball, 2004-present 


1,621 


15. Bren Lowery, 1986-89 


1,611 


PUNTING 

Career Punting Yards 
1. Dan OeArmas, 1988-91 


10,627 


2 


Adam Podlesh, 2003-present 


9,157 


3 


Brooks Barnard, 1999-2002 


8,733 


4. Dale Castro, 1979-80 


8 584 


5. Darrell Wriqht, 1984-87 


8 389 


6. Russ Edwards, 1995-98 


8,329 


7. Mike Sochko, 1975-77 


6,789 


8. Greq Fries. 1968-70 


6,696 


9. Scott Milanovich, 1992-95 


5,509 


10. Howard Humphries, 1963-65 


5,290 





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In game three (at West Virginia), the trio of Heyward-Bey. Williams and Oquendo accounted for eight more receptions 
(12) than they had in their collective careers prior to this year. Heyward-Bey and Williams each posted then career highs 
in receptions and yards and Williams caught his first career touchdown, a 35-yarder. 




TESTUDO 

Testudo, the official 
mascot of the University 
of Maryland, is not your 
ordinary Diamondback 
terrapin. For over sixty 
years, he has been the 
symbol for this campus, 
overseeing us in good 
times and bad. It is not 
easy work, and Testudo 

has experienced firsthand the dangers involved in being a 
source of campus pride. 

Testudo got his start back in 1932, when then 
football coach Dr H. Curley Byrd recommended that the 
Diamondback terrapin be made the school mascot. It is 
also the Maryland State Reptile The suggestion was in 
response to The Diamondbacks (the school paper, even 
back then) search for a new "official" mascot. Before this 
search, Maryland teams were called the Old Liners. The 
terrapin, a turtle native to the Chesapeake Bay, seemed a 
great choice and a logical one coming from Byrd His native 
Crisfield, MD was famous for its terrapins. 

While the origin of the terrapin as school mascot is 
well known, why the mascot was named Testudo is more 
mysterious. One leading contender for the name's origin is 
that it was derived from the scientific classification for turtle, 
testudines. Another theory is that the name is from testudo 
gigantia, a species native to the African country Seychelles 
and the remote island Aldabra. Finally the derivation of 
the word testudo itself comes from the Latin word for a 
protective shelter used for Roman soldiers heads, similar 
to a tortoise shell 

PURDUE PETE 

A boilermaker if ever 
there was one, Purdue 
Pete first took the field to 
cheer on the Boilermakers 
in 1956. Initially students 
with tumbling ability were 
chosen to portray Pete. 
In those days, Pete had 
a papier mache head and 
a bit of padding but was 

expected to tumble along with the cheerleaders Today, 
Pete's head is crafted in the same aviation technology lab 
that produced the locomotive body of the X-tra Special. In 
addition to the head, the four students who portray Pete 
wear shoulder pads and carry a hammer 

Pete got his start in 1940 as an advertising icon for 
University Bookstore, and he continues in that role. He first 
appeared outside bookstore ads in 1944, when editors of 
the Debris yearbook put an adapted Pete on each page. 
For instance, in the home economics section. Pete had a 
bucket and mop; for civil engineering, he peered through 
a transit. 

Purdue Pete lore is filled with tales of wrestling matches 
against opposing mascots and muggings by opposing fans. 
Once, on the way back from Iowa, Pete's head blew out of 
the back of the Boilermaker Special. It was never found. 

Pete has changed with the times, boasting more 
than five makeovers through his years rooting on the 
Boilermakers. 




NOTING THE TERP DEFENSE 

• When he was hired to come to Maryland, the talk about the mark Ralph Friedgen would make in College Park was all 
about offense. For the majority of his tenure, however, the most consistent Terp unit has been the defense. 

• Since 2001 , the Maryland defense has allowed an average of 19.4 points per game. The 2005 campaign was the team's 
first in that time finishing a season with a scoring average above 20.0. 

• Maryland's defense has been outstanding in the red zone, one of the key ingredients to the midseason winning streak. 
Between the final red-zone trip by Florida State on 10/28 and the end of the Boston College game on 11/18, on 11 
attempts by opponents, the Terps allowed just 1 touchdown and 8 field goals, while blocking one FG and seeing another 
FG missed. The Eagles got a TD and FG in 3 trips inside the Terp 20. Wake Forest bucked that trend a bit, getting 4 
touchdowns and a field goal on 6 red-zone trips on 11/25. 

• Last year's defensive scoring average of 25.0 points per game was somewhat deceiving. The Terrapins gave up 42 
points without the defense even being on the field (four interception returns, one punt return and one fumble return). 
Factor that in and the team averaged 21.1 points allowed per game, which would have ranked 26th-best in the nation 
as opposed to 55th. 

• Since 2001 . 45 of Maryland's 73 opponents (62%) have been held to 20 points or less. 

• Since 2002. Maryland has held its opposition scoreless in 101 quarters (including 14 in 2006). 

• Prior to the first-half shutout of NC State, the last time Maryland held an opponent scoreless in the first half was 
11/27/2004 when the Terps posted a zero on the scoreboard at Wake Forest. Maryland won that game 13-7. 

• Maryland has held nine opponents to 100 yards or less passing since 2001 (one in 2006). 

• Since '01, Maryland has held its opposition below 100 yards rushing 16 times. The Terps have accomplished the feat 
twice in '06 (William & Mary and Fill) 

• Just 5 times since game two of 2003 has a quarterback been able to pass for more than one touchdown against the 
Terrapins (Virginia Tech's Bryan Randall in 2004, Clemson's Charlie Whitehurst in 2005, Virginia's Jameel Sewell, 
Florida State's Xavier Lee and BC's Matt Ryan in 2006), 

TURNOVER LOW IN '06 AND '07 

• Maryland had just 15 seniors on its roster last season, with two of those seniors -- OT Stephon Heyer and TB Josh 
Allen -- back in uniform this year after redshirting due to injury. 

• Only seven of those 15 seniors from last year were listed as starters (three offense, four defense). 

• Just four players from the entire defensive two-deep from last year were lost to graduation. 

• This season's team has a total of just 1 3 seniors. 

LB UNIT HOME OF THE HARDWARE 

• Three of the last five years, the Atlantic Coast Conference Defensive Player of the Year has been a Maryland linebacker. 
This season the Terps have had to replace last year's honoree after losing eventual NFL second-round pick D'Qwell 
Jackson (currently the Browns' third-leading tackier), so it may come as a shock that Maryland's LB corps may be better 
this season. 

• Focus this year has been on junior Wesley Jefferson as he is filling the spot where E.J. Henderson (2001 and 2002) 
and Jackson (2005) earned their hardware while also garnering national award attention at season's end. Jefferson 
-- who is currently 3rd in the ACC in tackles with 8 9 per game -- has a deeper and possibly more talented surrounding 
cast than either All-Amencan was afforded LB Erin Henderson, for example, is just ahead of his teammate in 2nd place 
in the league (9.2 per game) and the Terp duo trails only Virginia Tech LB Vince Hall (9.6 per game) on that list. 

• In game one of 2006, the Terps got eight players in at their four linebacker positions with four of the team's top five 
tacklers being linebackers Between Jefferson, Dave Philistin Erin Henderson and Trey Covington. 28 tackles, three 
TFLs and two sacks were accounted for, 

• LBs have led the Terps in tackles in 1 1 of the 1 2 games (CB Isaiah Gardner had a team-high 8 vs. Middle Tennessee). 
Jefferson has led the Terps 5 times in games (W&M, FIU, UVa, NC State, Miami), while senior David Holloway topped 
the tackle chart against West Virginia and Georgia Tech Henderson topped the tackle chart for the first time this season 
against FSU, finishing with 13, then surpassed that total with 18 at Clemson. He led the Terps with 11 stops against 
Wake Forest. 

• Jefferson had a career-high 13 against NC State. Jefferson had 14 at Miami and Henderson finished with a 4-9-13 chart 
against the Canes. 

• Jefferson (W&M, UVa, NC State, Miami), Holloway (GT) and Henderson (UVa, FSU, Clem, Miami, Wake) have posted 
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• The last two years, Maryland has seen an increased level of speed and athleticism among its players as the players on 
this years team have shown In offseason testing (Last season was the first year that there were no remaining players 
from the previous regime's recruiting efforts), 

• The Terrapins had 14 players run in the 4.5-or-better range in the 40-yard dash in spring testing (note that all times are 
an average of six stopwatches on the same sprint), 

• Four of the 1 1 wide receivers who tested in the spring ran 4.44 or faster and six defensive backs ran under a 4.5, 

• Some notable times from players other than wideouts and corners who ran well include linebacker Dave Philistin 
(4.55), quarterback Josh Portis (4.53) and punter Adam Podlesh (4,44) 

• One other notable time, though it has as much to do with weight as it does speed, was the 4.83 time of 312-pound 
defensive tackle Dre Moore. 

PODLESH MOVING UP THE CHARTS 

• Adam Podlesh is rated by NFL scouts as one of the top senior punting prospects this season. He has earned that 
distinction with as complete a resume as a punter can possess -- gross average, net average, directional punting and 
consistency -- and he has done it throughout his career at Maryland, 

• In 1 2 games this season, Podlesh is averaging 43,1 yards per punt on 50 attempts with 21 balls inside the 20-yard line 
and 17 fair catches. 

• Podlesh is ranked 20th nationally in gross punt average heading into bowl season. 

• On 212 career punts, Podlesh has dropped 38 percent (81) inside the opponents' 20-yard line and 16 percent (34) inside 
the opposition's 10. 

• Podlesh has earned second-team AII-ACC honors in each of his four years at Maryland, In each of those seasons, he 
was ranked just behind last year's Ray Guy Award winner Ryan Plackemeier of Wake Forest, He is the only player in 
school history to earn AII-ACC honors four times. 

• In being named the second team AII-ACC punter in 2003, Podlesh became the first freshman in school history to be 
recognized by the league, 

• Heading into 2006, Podlesh's career average was ninth-best in ACC history and just a half-yard shy of Brooks Barnard's 
school record of 43 7. Podlesh currently carries a 43,2 career average. 

MORE SPECIAL TEAMS 

• Two crucial stats came to the attention of talented special teams coordinator/assistant coach Ray Rychleski in bowl 
preparations: 

• Maryland's average start of drives after kickoff returns was the Terrapins' 31-yard line. That figure led the ACC. 

• Another ACC-leading note, opponents' net punting average against the Terps was 31 .5 yards, another factor that gave 
Maryland good field position to work with. 

• Senior CB Josh Wilson is one of the top return men in college football, ranking third with 28, 1 yards per return. He has 
also shattered the Terps' single-season return yards mark (844). 

KEEPING PLAYERS AT HOME 

• In his first signing day with the Terps (2001), Ralph Friedgen said that in 
addition to landing some of the top recruits nationally, one of his goals was to 
make sure that all of the best players in the state of Maryland stayed in state 
and became Terps. 

• Over the course of the past eight years, the Maryland-DC-Virginia recruiting 
area has been tapped with regularity by the Terps, In 1997, just 23 players on 
the Maryland roster hailed from either Maryland, DC, or Virginia, with six of 
those serving as opening-game starters. Since that time, however, numbers in 
both categories have risen steadily to their current level of more than half the 
current roster. Below is a look at the trend: 



IN THE 
TRENCHES 

Below is a comparison - based on the average size of each 
team's starters -- of Maryland and Purdue's offensive and 
defensive lines: 




6-5, 323 LBS. 

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O-LINE 

vs. 

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39 


46 


49 


54 


56 


58 


57 


55 


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5 


7 


12 


10 


14 


10 


12 


10 


13 



'reflects number of starters in the season opener. 

The Terrapins' success in the region has been the foundation for the team's 
success in recent years. Fnedgen credits the signing class which included 
Randy Starks and Domonique Foxworth for starting the trend that included 
such names as recent NFL Rookie of the Year Shawne Merriman and 2006 
No. 6 overall draft pick Vernon Davis. 




Trey Covington is one of 13 
Terrapin starters who hails from 
the Maryiand/D.CYirginia area. 



6-3, 293 LBS. 

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D-LINE 



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HOW THEY FARED 
AND WHO'S NEXT 

MARYLAND (8-4, 5-3 ACC) 

Last Game: Lost vs. Wake Forest, 38-24 

Next Game: vs. Purdue (12/29 - Champs Sports Bowl) 



Sep. 2 vs. William & Mary (3-8, 1-7 Atlantic 10) 

Last Game: Lost vs. Richmond, 31-14 
Next Game: Season over 



Sep. 9 vs. Middle Tennessee (7-5, 6-1 Sun Belt) 
Last Game: Lost vs. Troy, 21-20 
Nexl Game: vs. Central Mich. 
(12/26 -Motor City Bowl) 



Sep. 14 at West Virginia (10-2, 5-2 Big East) 

Last Game: Won vs. Rutgers, 41-39 (3ot) 
Next Game: vs Georgia Tech 
(1/1 -Gator Bowl) 



Sep. 23 vs. Florida International (0-12, 0-7 Sun Belt) 
Last Game: Lost at Florida Atlantic. 31-0 
Next Game: Season over 



Oct. 7 at Georgia Tech (9-4, 7-1 ACC) 

Last Game: Lost vs. Wake Forest, 9-6 
Next Game: vs. West Virginia 
(1/1 -Gator Bowl) 



Oct. 14 at Virginia (5-7, 4-4 ACC) 

Last Game: Lost at Virginia Tech, 17-0 
Next Game: Season over 



Oct. 21 vs. NC State (3-9, 2-6 ACC) 

Last Game: Lost vs. East Carolina. 21- 
Next Game: Season over 



Oct. 28 vs. Florida State (6-6, 3-5 ACC) 

Last Game: Lost to Florida, 21-14 

Next Game: vs. UCLA (12127 - Emerald Bowl) 



Nov. 4 at Clemson (8-4, 5-3 A CC) 

Last Game. Lost vs. South Carolina, 31-28 
Next Game: vs. Kentucky 
(12/29 - Music City Bowl) 



Nov. 11 vs. Miami (6-6, 3-5 ACC) 

Last Game: Won vs. Boston College, 17-14 
Next Game: vs Nevada 
(12/31 -UPC Computers Bowl) 



Nov. 18 at Boston College (9-3, 5-3 ACC) 
Last Game: Lost at Miami, 1 7-14 
Next Game- vs. Navy 
(12/30 ■ Memeke Car Care Bowl) 



Nov. 25 vs. Wake Forest (11-2, 6-2 ACC) 

Last Game Won vs. Georgia Tech, 9-6 
Next Game: vs. Louisville (1/2 - Orange Bowl) 



Dec. 29 vs. Purdue (8-5, 5-3 Big Ten) 

Last Game Lost at Hawaii 42-35 
Next Game vs Maryland 
(12/29 - Champs Sports Bowl) 




The 6-9, 350-pound Jared Gaither 

set the all-time record for vertical 

jump by an offensive lineman with 

an amazing 36-inch jump. 



IRON TERPS 

• Maryland's strength numbers over the course of the last six years have been 
off the charts. This season, 22 players earned "Iron Terp" status, an honor 
that Is based on a player's strength Index (determined by a strength/weight 
formula). 

• Team averages (in categories used to measure index) this season include 
an average bench press of 338 pounds; an average squat of 489 pounds; an 
average clean of 294 pounds; and an average vertical jump of 33-1/2 inches. 

• Not only were new individual records set, but the team as a whole improved 
dramatically, as 78 percent of the players on this year's team elevated their 
personal bests in strength index. 

• Nine different all-time records were set for players at their given position. 
Among those records were the 40-yard dash time of punter Adam Podlesh 
(4.44), the vertical jump of linebacker Rick Costa (42 inches) and the bench 
press of quarterback Jordan Steffy (355). 

• Arguably the most amazing record set was by offensive tackle Jared Gaither 
At 6-9 and 350 pounds, Gaither posted a 36-inch vertical jump. 

ACC FOOTBALL POWER 

• Now in its second year as a 12-team conference with a championship game, the Atlantic Coast Conference is widely 
recognized as one of the premier conferences in the country. 

• Last season, eight ACC teams earned bowl bids. The league matched that total in 2006. 

• The conference's schools have posted a 21-12 mark in postseason play in the last five years, best among all Division 
l-A conferences in that span. 

• With 1 of its 1 2 teams in the Sagarin ratings final top 45 last season, the ACC was ranked second among all conferences 
in the final Sagarin poll in 2005. Three of its schools were rated by Sagarin to have among the toughest 20 schedules 
in the country before the season (UNC, 5th; Maryland, 10th; Georgia Tech, 16th). 

A LOOK BACK 

• Maryland has 49 wins in its six seasons under Ralph Friedgen (in Friedgen's first 5 seasons, the team averaged 8.2 wins 
per year). 

• The Terps' total of 36 wins from 2001-04 was the second-highest four-year win total in school history. Maryland's top 
effort was 37 wins under Jerry Claiborne from 1975-78. 

• In the 1 08 years of football prior to Friedgen's arrival, Maryland had never put together three straight n/ne-win seasons. 
The Terrapins won 10 games in each of Friedgen's first three seasons (2001, 2002 and 2003). 

PROTECTING THE HOUSE 

• Despite a sub-. 500 record in 2005, the Terrapins are 30-8 at Byrd Stadium under Ralph Friedgen. The Terps finished 
6-1 at home this season. 

• The Terps finished the 2003 season with a perfect 6-0 record at home, marking the second time in three years the team 
finished its home slate unblemished. 

• In 113 previous seasons of football, Maryland has finished undefeated at home 19 times. Just eight of those occasions, 
however, have come since 1950 (when Byrd Stadium opened) and just three times has it happened since 1975 (1976, 
2001,2003). 

• The Terrapins' 6-0 mark in 2003 was a tie for the second-best record at home in school history. The 1976 team was also 
6-0, only to be trumped by the 2001 team, which won all of its games on a 7-game home slate. 

MORE ON CHEVY CHASE BANK FIELD AT 
BYRD STADIUM 

• Now in its 57th year of operation. Chevy Chase Bank Field at Byrd Stadium continues to serve as the home of the Terps 
Opened on Sept. 30. 1950, and constructed for a sum of $1 million, Byrd was named after Dr. H.C. "Curley" Byrd. a 
multi-sport star at Maryland who later became the school's head football coach and ultimately its president. 

• The Terrapins are 186-107-1 within the friendly confines of Byrd 



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(ON THE BOWL TRIP) 

"We re very excited lobe going to the Champs Sports Bowl Our kids have been oil lor a week, getting 
caught up academically. It's always a tough time of year because everything comes to a head: all the 
papers are due. exams are coming up, so I wanted to give them some time to get caught up and to get 
ready for Ihe last big push. " 

(ON PRACTICING DURING EXAM WEEK) 

"We will not practice during exams. I'm going to give them off starting with the study day. which is next 
Wednesday and then we'll come back and practice two times before we leave." 

(ON HIS APPROACH TO PRACTICING 
IN THE POSTSEASON) 

"Hopefully we'll close the gap with our younger kids for Ihe spring. We'll try to prepare the guys that 
play through the game but also spend some time with the younger kids. Well hopefully bndge the gap 
so when spring practice starts they'll have a pretty good chance of knowing what's going on so we can 
valuate them and what they're doing " 

(ON THE BREAK UNTIL THE BOWL GAME) 

The first year [in 2001 j. we were off for a long time and we didn't do very well with that. I handled that a 
lot differently than I did the last two bowl games We ran two-a-days that first year and I think it's more 
important that our players go to the game excited and want to play I think they need to get away from It. 
to recharge the batteries: I need to recharge mine too I'm hoping there's a renewed sense of energy. I 
know yesterday the kids seemed generally excited about the bowl that we re going to. " 

(ON PURDUE) 

"They're a very good team and anybody you play at this time of year is going to be good. They have an 
excellent quarterback, a very good wide receiver, a very good running back. Defensively they have a 
lot of speed, especially on the edges. They play a very physical brand of football I've always been an 
admirer of Coach Tiller's, of what he does and how he does it. Their kids play with a lot of enthusiasm. 
a lot of emotion. It's going to be a very, very good test for us " 

(ON WHAT THIS BOWL MEANS 
FOR THE SENIOR CLASS) 

*/ think they wanted to finish better, especially the way we ended up. I know when they finish on a 
positive note, it's really a good feeling, maybe for the rest of their life. I think the people that have 
gone to our last two bowl games talk about how good they were and what a great time they had. but I 
think our players also have a good time when they win. A lot of them are graduating: this is it in a lot of 
different ways. It's not only their last game, in many cases it's their last class. " 



(ON THE PLAYERS ACHIEVING ONE 
OF THEIR GOALS) 

'I'm excited for them because they're excited. You always worry about where they see themselves and 
where they want to go. I've been to a bunch of bowl games and I'll be honest, it's a lot more work for 
me. but it's enjoying their enthusiasm and their enjoyment to go It's special and it's something that was 
a goal of this team's and now they've had an opportunity to achieve it. It would be nice to finish it off 
and be 9-4. As disappointing as the last two games were when you look back over the whole season 
you see that we played eight teams that went to bowls, five of them that were ranked when we played 
them. To end up 9-4 would be a pretty dam good season for us. " 






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OFFENSE 



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WIDE RECEIVER (X) 

84 Isaiah Williams 6-2 200 So.-1V 

11 Drew Weatherly 6-3 216 Sr-3V 




FULLRACK 

38 Cory Jackson 6-0 240 Fr.-HS 

26 Chris Gronkowski 6-1 245 Fr-RS 




QUARTERBACK 

14 Sam Hollenbach 6-4 214 Sr.-2V. 

19 Jordan Steffy 6-1 214 So.-1V 




LEFT TACKLE 

70 StephonHeyer 6-6 320 Sr.-3V 

77 Scott Burley 6-5 326 Jr.-2V 




LEFT GUARD 

75 Jaimie Thomas 6-4 328 So.-1V 

69 Donnie Woods 6-3 289 Jr 




CENTER 

60 Edwin Williams 6-2 318 S0.-1V 

72 Phil Costa 6-2 299 Fr-RS 








TAILBACK 


44 


Lance Ball 


5-9 216 Jr.-IV 


or 21 


Keon Lattimore 


5-11 221 Jr.-2V 


33 


Josh Allen 


5-11 215 Sr-3V 




RIGHT GUARD 

63 Andrew Crummey 6-5 301 Jr.-1V 
66 GarnckClig 64 296 Jr.-1V 




SLOT RECEIVER 

Danny Oquendo 6-0 188 So.-W 

Greg Powell 5-11 187 Sr-1V 






WIDE RECEIVER (Z) 


8 


Oarrius 




Heyward-Bey 6-2 206 Fr-RS 


17 


Danny Cquendo 6-0 188 So.-1V 


82 


Nolan Carroll 6-0 201 Fr-RS 





RIGHT TACKLE 


78 


Jared Gaither 6-9 350 So.-1V 


75 


Dane Randolph 6-5 285 So.-1V 


67 


Jack Griff n 6-7 294 Jr-2V 









TIGHT END 


80 


Joey Haynos 


6-8 267 Jr.-2V 


13 


Dan Gronkowski 


6-6 266 So-SQ 


15 


Jason Goode 


6-3 233 Jr.-2V 




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55 Trey Covington 


6-3 


252 


S0.-1V 


54 David Holloway 


6-2 


230 


Sr.-2V 


57 Jared Harrell 


6-4 


231 


Fr-RS 




FIELD CORNER 






5 Isaiah Gardner 5-11 


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Jr.-1V 


i 9 Richard Taylor 5-10 


194 


So.-1V 


I 6 Anthony Wiseman 5-9 


165 


Fr-RS 



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40 Jeremy Navarre 6-3 


263 


S0.-1V 


91 Mack Frost 6-5 


257 


So-1V 


93 Barrod Heggs 6-2 


265 


Fr-RS 





MIKE 

35 Wesley Jefferson 6-2 

42 Chase Bullock 6-2 



233 Jr.-2V 

235 S0-1V 




STRONG SAFETY 

12 Marcus Wimbush 5-10 202 Sr.-2V 
29 Jeff Allen 6-0 190 So.-1V 



NOSE TACKLE 








68 Carlos Feliciano 


6-5 


307 


Jr-2V 


92 Dre Moore 


64 


312 


Jr.-2V 


90 Travis Ivey 


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311 


Fr-RS 




WILL 






1 Erin Henderson 


6-3 242 


So.-SQ 


53 Moises Fokou 


6-1 216 


Jr-SQ 




FREE SAFETY 

3 Christian Varner 5-11 196 Jr-2V 
30 J J Justice 6-1 219 Jr.-2V 




DEFENSIVE TACKLE 




95 Conrad Bolston 6-3 303 


Sr.-3V 


98 Omarr Savage 6-5 284 


Jr.-2V 


90 Travis Ivey 6-4 311 


Fr.-RS 




SAM 








54 David Holloway 


6-2 


230 


Sr.-2V 


34 Dave Philistm 


6-2 


233 


SO.-1V 


43 Rick Costa 


6-0 


246 


So.-SQ 




l BOUNDARY CORNER 




4 Josh Wilson 5-9 187 


Sr.-3V 


' 2 Kevin Barnes 6-1 181 


So.-1V 


9 Richard Taylor 5-10 194 


So.-1V 



SPECIALISTS 

PK 11 Dan Ennis 

39 Obi Egekeze 



KO 

or 



39 Obi Egekeze 
49 Chns Roberts 



5-10 158 Sr.-1V 
6-2 218 So-SQ 



6-2 218 So.-SQ 

6-1 194 So.-W 



PR 



36 AdamPodlesh 5-11 205 Sr.-3V 



17 
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Danny Oquendo 

Christian Vamer 



6-0 
5-11 



188 So.-1V 
196 Jr-2V 



KR 



Josh Wilson 
D Heyward-Bey 
Keon LatSmore 

Adam Podlesh 
Matt Goldberg 



5-9 187 



6-2 
5-11 



5-11 
6-2 



Sr.-3V 
Fr.-RS 

Jr.-2V 



205 Sr.-3V 
187 So-SQ 



LS 



SS 



32 


Andrew Schmitt 


6-0 


230 


So.-1V 


15 


Tommy Gait 


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253 


Fr.-RS 


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Andrew Schmitt 


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AWARD & HONORS 



2006 HONOR ROLL 



PRESEASON RANKINGS 

ACC 



Phil Steele 


3rd in Atlantic Div. 


The Sportinq News 


4th in Atlantic Div. 


Lindy s 


4th in Atlantic Div. 


Athlon 


5th in Atlantic Div 


NATIONAL 

17th Most Improved Teams of 2006 


Phil Steele 


38th Nationally 


Phil Steele 


41st Nationally 


Lindy's 


47th Nationally 


The Sporting News 


INDIVIDUAL HONORS 

LANCE BALL. TB 

First Team Preseason AII-ACC Athlon 


First Team Preseason AII-ACC 


Lindy's 


Third Team Preseason AII-ACC 


Phil Steele 


No. 34-rated RB in NCAA D-1 


Phil Steele 


Toughest to Bring Down" in ACC 


Lindy's 


CONRAD BOLSTON. DT 

Preseason Walch List Outland Trophy 


Second Team Preseason AII-ACC 


Athlon 


Second Team Preseason AII-ACC 


The Sportinq News 


No. 16-rated DTinNCAAD-1 


The Sportinq News 


ADRIAN CANNON, WR 

No. 35-rated Freshman WR in NCAA D-1 


Phil Steele 


ANDREW CRUMMEY, OG 

Second Team AII-ACC ACSMA 


Second Team Preseason AII-ACC 


Phil Steele 


No. 15-ratedOGinNCAAD-1 


Phil Steele 


DAN ENNIS, PK 

Honorable Mention AII-ACC 


ACSMA 


Lou Groza Award National Stars of the Week Oct. 21 (NC St.) 
ACC Special Teams Player of the Week Oct. 21 (NC St ) 


ACC Special Teams Player of the Week 


Nov. 4 (Clemson) 


JARED GAITHER, OT 

Preseason Watch List 


Outland Trophy 


First Team Preseason AII-ACC 


The Sporting News 


Second Team Preseason AII-ACC 


Athlon 


Second Team Preseason AII-ACC 
Fourth Team Preseason AII-ACC 


Lindy's 
Phil Steele 


No. 7-rated OT in NCAA D-1 


The Sporting News 


No.32-ratedOTmNCAAD-1 


Phil Steele 


DREW GLOSTER, TE 

No 14-rated Freshman TE in NCAA D-1 


Phil Steele 


DAN GRONKOWSKI, TE 

ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District 2 CoSIDA 


JOEY HAYNOS, TE 

Honorable Mention AII-ACC 


ACSMA 


ERIN HENDERSON. OLB 

Second Team AII-ACC ACSMA 


ACC Defensive Back of the Week 


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STEPHON HEYER, OT 

Honorable Mention AII-ACC 


ACSMA 


Second Team Preseason AII-ACC 


Phil Steele 


No. 19-rated0TmNCAAD-1 


Phil Steele 


DARRIUS HEYWARD-REY, WR 

First Team Freshman All-Amencan The Sportinq News 


First Team Freshman AII-ACC 


The Sporting News 


Second Team AII-ACC 


ACSMA 


ACC Rookie of the Week 


Oct 28 (FSUj 


ACC Offensive Back of the Week 


Nov. 11 (Miami) 


SAM HOLLENRACH, QB 

Honorable Mention AII-ACC ACSMA 


Preseason Watch List Davey O'Brien Award 


Preseason Watch List 


Maxwell Award 


Third Team Preseason AII-ACC 


Phil Steele 


No. 22-ratedQBmNCAAD-1 


Phil Steele 


WESLEY JEFFERSON, LR 

Third Team Preseason AII-ACC Phil Steele 


KEON LATTIMORE, TR 

ACC Offensive Back of the Week 


Oct. 14 (Wrqinia) 


JEREMY NAVARRE, DE 

ACC Co-Defensive Lineman of the Week 


Oct. 28 (FSU) 


ADAM PODLESH, P 

Draddy Award Semifmalist National Football Foundation 


Second Team AII-ACC 


ACSMA 


Midseason Watch List 


Ray Guy Award 


First Team Preseason AII-ACC 


Athlon 


First Team Preseason AII-ACC 


Lmdy's 


First Team Preseason AII-ACC 


Phil Steele 


First Team Preseason AII-ACC 


The Sportinq News 


No 4-rated Pin NCAA D-1 


Lindy's 


No 5-rated P in NCAA D-1 


Ph! Steele 


No 6-rated P in NCAA D-1 


The Sporting News 


JEREMY RICHER. QB 

No. 13-rated recruit in ACC 


The Sportinq News 


No 13-rated recruit in ACC 


Lindy's 


No 1 5-rated Freshman QB in NCAA D-1 


Phil Steele 


Top-100 Incominq Freshman 


Lindy's 


RRIAN WHITMORE, DE 

No. 70-rated Freshman DL in NCAA D-1 


Phil Steele 


JOSH WILSON, CR 

Honorable Mention AII-ACC 


ACSMA 


ESPN The Maqazme Academic All-Distnct 2 CoSIDA 
ACC Defensive Back of the Week Nov. 11 (Miami) 


Second Team Preseason AII-ACC 


The Sportinq News 


Fourth Team Preseason AII-ACC 


Phil Steele 


No.41-ratedCBinNCAAD-1 


Phil Steele 


TEAM HONORS 

OFFENSIVE LINE 

No 5-rated unit in NCAA D-1 


The Sportinq News 


No. 1 6-rated unit in NCAA D-1 


Phil Steele 


RUNNING RACKS 

No.20-rated unit in NCAA D-1 


Phil Steele 



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NOW IS IN HIS SIXTH YEAR AS HEAD COACH AT THE UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND, 
RALPH FRIEDGEN HAS A REPUTATION AS ONE OF THE TOP MINDS IN COLLEGE 
FOOTBALL. HE HAS LIFTED THE TERRAPINS TO UNPRECEDENTED HEIGHTS IN HIS 
TENURE, TAKING THE TEAM TO FOUR SOWL GAMES, INCLUDING A PAIR OF NEW 
YEAR'S DAY APPEARANCES. PRIOR TO FRIEDGEN'S ARRIVAL, MARYLAND HAD JUST 
ONE BOWL GAME APPEARANCE IN THE PREVIOUS 15 SEASONS. 



He is the 33rd head coach in school history and ranks 
second in Maryland annals in career winning percentage 
(.671), trailing only legendary coach Jim Tatum, who is the 
only other mentor to lead the Terps to three 1 0-win seasons 
and multiple New Year's Day bowl appearances. 

This season Friedgen has also taken on added 
responsibility, assuming the duties of the team's offensive 
coordinator, marking the first time he has called the plays 
in his head coaching tenure at Maryland. The team went 
on to post an 8-4 regular season record, marking the fourth 
eight-win campaign in the last six seasons. 

A long-time successful assistant coach at Georgia Tech, 
where he was credited with overseeing one of the nation's 
most potent offensive attacks, Friedgen continues to build 
a new level of pride and glory to his aima mater's football 
program, guiding the Terps to a 49-24 record, including an 
Atlantic Coast Conference title and a pair of second-place 
finishes. Through his first five seasons, he was the second- 
winningest head coach in ACC history. ■ 

Not only do his 41 wins after five seasons match the 
mark of Terps legend Jerry Claiborne, they also fall just 
shy of the all-time ACC mark of 44, set by Clemson's 
Danny Ford in the early 1980s. In addition, in his first three 
seasons at the helm of the Terrapin program, Friedgen 
became the first coach in conference lore to lead a team 
to three-straight seasons of 10 wins or more, while his 36 
wins in his first four years ranked him in the top 1 in NCAA 
history, surpassing the fourth-year marks of coaches such 
as Frank Leahy and Joe Patemo. 



The consensus national Coach of the Year in 2001 
after leading Maryland to its first ACC championship since 
1985, Friedgen and Company have returned Maryland to 
prominence on the national scene. The Terrapins have won 
more games (49) in the five-plus seasons under Friedgen 
than they had in the 10 years prior to his arrival (37). 

Long overlooked as a head-coaching candidate, the 
1970 Maryland graduate was tapped as the Terps' head 
football coach following the 2000 season, and he wasted 
no time in returning the program to the glory days it 
achieved when Friedgen was an assistant to Bobby Ross 
in the 1980s. 

Five years ago, in his first season as the Terps' grid boss, 
Maryland won its first seven games and eventually halted 
Florida State's reign as perennial ACC champion, earning 
the league's automatic berth in the Bowl Championship 
Series' FedEx Orange Bowl. By winning the ACC title that 
season, Friedgen became the first mentor in league history 
to win the championship in his first year as a head coach. 

In 2002, despite a 1-2 start and without 19 seniors from 
the previous year, the Terps made their way back to a major 
bowl game, winning 10 of their last 11 games and finishing 
in a tie for second in the ACC. The 2003 campaign provided 
a bit of deja vu for Friedgen and the Terrapins as they again 
started 1-2, and again ran off 10 wins in their final 11 games 
to earn a second New Year's bowl bid in three years. 

By winning 11 games in 2002, Friedgen became just 
the second coach in school history to hit that mark, tying 
matching Claiborne's 11-win campaign in 1976. 



This year's team started 3-2 before reeling off a five- 
game winning streak, which placed them in the midst of 
the ACC Atlantic Division race. The Terps lost to eventual 
champion Wake Forest on the final game of the regular 
season, but Maryland was a force in the league race 
throughout the year, enabling it to earn the fourth slot 
among ACC postseason bids and a trip to Orlando for the 
Champs Sports Bowl. 

Friedgen's Terps have now gone to bowl games in four 
of his six seasons, participating in the BCS Orange Bowl his 
first year before posting lopsided victories over Tennessee 
(30-3) in the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl and over West Virginia 
(41-7) in the Toyota Gator Bowl. 

His offensive success notwithstanding, Friedgen's 
teams at Maryland have been superb on defense, ranking 
among the nation's leaders annually while producing the 
ACC's Defensive Player of the Year in three of the last 
five seasons (E.J. Henderson in 2001 and 2002; D'Qwell 
Jackson in 2005). 

Named the winner of the Frank Broyles Award as the 
top assistant coach in the country in 1999 while at Tech, 
Friedgen brought 32 years of assistant coaching experience 
(including 21 as an offensive coordinator either in college or 
the NFL) with him in his return to College Park. 

The 59-year-old Friedgen (pronounced FREE-jun) owns 
the rare distinction of coordinating the offense for both a 
collegiate national champion (Georgia Tech in 1990) and a 
Super Bowl team (San Diego in 1994). 



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RALPH FRIEDGEN 



1 I r A ft T. ? m CSSMM^^^^^M 

Friedgen spent 20 seasons with the aforementioned 
Ross in coaching stops at The Citadel, Maryland, Georgia 
Tech and the NFL's San Diego Chargers. He returned to 
Tech in 1997, where he served another successful stint 
as offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach under 
good friend George O'Leary, now the head coach at the 
University of Central Florida. 

A 1970 graduate of Maryland, where he earned a degree 
in physical education, Friedgen launched his coaching 
career as a graduate assistant before heading off to a 
series of jobs that included The Citadel (1973-79), William 
& Mary (1980) and Murray State (1981). 

In 1 982, he returned to Maryland as offensive coordinator 
and offensive line coach under Ross, with Friedgen's 
tenure lasting until 1986. During that stretch, the Terps 
captured three consecutive ACC championships (1983-85) 
and played in four bowl games. All told, the Terrapins were 
39-15-1 from 1982-86 and won two bowl games (the Sun 
Bowl in 1984 and the Cherry Bowl in 1985). It is the type 
of success Friedgen has instilled in his current group of 
Terrapins. 

The Ross-Friedgen connection began in 1973, when 
Ross hired the former Maryland offensive guard as 
defensive line coach at The Citadel. Friedgen spent 
seven seasons at The Citadel, the last three as offensive 
coordinator and offensive line coach He then worked 
one season (1980) as offensive coordinator at William & 
Mary and one season (1981) as assistant head coach at 
Murray State before Ross tapped him to be his offensive 
coordinator at Maryland in 1982. 




FRIEDGEN 
VS. THE ACC 

vs. Boston College 


0-2 


vs. Clemson 


4-2 


vs Duke 


4-0 


vs. Florida State 


2-4 


vs Georqia Tech 


2-3 


vs. Miami 


1-0 


vs. North Carolina 


4-0 


vs NC State 


4-2 


vs. Virginia 


4-2 


vs Virginia Tech 


0-2 


vs. Wake Forest 


5-1 


OVERALL 


30-18 





FRIEDGEN AT A 
GLANCE 



Overall Record (Year) 


49-24 (6th) 


Record at Maryland 


Same 


ACC Record 


30-18 


Non-Conference Record 


19-6 


Home Record 


30-8 


Road Record 


16-14 


Neutral Record 


3-2 


Bowl Record 


2-1 


When Leading At Half 


42-5 


When Trailing At Half 


7-18 



ACTIVE TOP 25 
HEAD COACHES 

(Minimum five years as Division IA head coach; Record at four-year colleges only) 
Name School Years Won Lost Tied 


Pet. 


1 Urban Meyer 


Florida 


6 60 11 





.845 


2 Pete Carroll 


Southern California 


6 64 12 





.842 


3 Larry Coker 


Miami (Fla.) 


6 59 12 





.831 


4 Bob Stoops 


Oklahoma 


8 86 18 





.827 


5 Bobby Petrino 


Louisville 


4 40 9 





816 


6 Charlie Weis 

7 Mark Richt 


Notre Dame 


2 19 5 





.792 


Georqia 


6 60 17 





779 


8 Phillip Fulmer 


Tennessee 


15 137 40 





.774 


9 Lloyd Carr 


Michigan 


12 113 34 





.769 


10 Bobby Bowden 


Florida St. 


41 365 113 


4 


.761 


11 Steve Spurrier 


South Carolina 


17 156 50 


2 


.755 


12 JoePaterno 


Penn St. 


41 361 121 


3 


747 


13 Dan Hawkins 


Colorado 


11 95 32 


1 


.746 


14 Paul Johnson 


Navy 


10 99 34 





.744 


15 Jim Tressel 


Ohio St. 


21 197 70 


1 


.737 


16 Brian Kelly 


Central Mich. 


16 137 51 


2 


.726 


17 Gary Patterson 


TCU 


7 53 20 





.726 


18 Chris Ault 


Nevada 


22 185 77 


1 


705 


19 Frank Solich 


Ohio 


8 71 30 





703 


20 Dennis Erickson 


Idaho 


18 148 65 


1 


.694 


21 Jeff Tedford 


California 


5 42 20 





.677 


22 Joe Glenn 


Wyoming 


22 178 86 


1 


674 


23 Ralph Friedgen 


Maryland 


6 49 24 





.671 


24 Tom Amstutz 


Toledo 


6 49 25 





.662 


25 Tommy Tuberville 


Auburn 


12 95 49 





.660 





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FRIEDGEN'S 
BOWL HISTORY 

8-4 Overall, 2-1 as a head coach 
(years as head coach in bold) 

1982 - Aloha Bowl (Washington 21 , Maryland 20) 

1983 - Citrus Bowl (Tennessee 30, Maryland 23) 

1984 - Sun Bowl (Maryland 28, Tennessee 27) 

1985 - Cherry Bowl (Maryland 35, Syracuse 18) 

1990 - Citrus Bowl (Georgia Tech 45, Nebraska 21) 

1991 -Aloha Bowl (Georgia Tech 18, Stanford 17) 

1997 - Carquest Bowl (Georgia Tech 35, West Virginia 30) 

1998 - Gator Bowl (Georgia Tech 35, Notre Dame 28) 

1999 - Gator Bowl (Miami 28, Georgia Tech 13) 

2001 ■■ Orange Bowl (Florida 56. Maryland 23) 

2002 - Peach Bowl (Maryland 31, Tennessee 3) 

2003 - Gator Bowl (Maryland 41, West Virginia 7) 
2006 - Champs Sports Bowl (Maryland vs. Purdue) 




During his five-year stay at Maryland under Ross, 
Fnedgen was instrumental in the development of future 
pro quarterbacks Boomer Esiason, Frank Reich and Stan 
Gelbaugh, all of whom spent at least 10 seasons in the 
National Football League. Esiason played professionally 
from 1984-97, Reich from 1985-98 and Gelbaugh from 
1986-95. 

Fnedgen followed Ross to Georgia Tech in 1987. 
becoming the Yellow Jackets' offensive coordinator and 
quarterbacks coach for the next five seasons, including the 
1990 campaign when Tech. unranked in the preseason, 
captured the national championship with an 11-0-1 record. 
The national title came just two years after the Jackets had 
posted back-to-back seasons of three wins or less. 

When Ross was named head coach of the San Diego 
Chargers in 1992, he tapped Fnedgen to serve as running 
game coordinator for two seasons (1992-93) before 
elevating him to offensive coordinator in 1994, when the 
Chargers advanced to the Super Bowl for the first time 
in franchise history. During his time with the Chargers. 
Fnedgen helped a club that had not made the playoffs 
in a decade reach postseason play three times in five 
seasons. 

Known for developing balanced offensive attacks with 
multiple looks, Tech was one of only two teams in the 
country in 1999 to average at least 200 yards rushing and 
200 yards passing. Tech also accomplished the feat under 
Fnedgen's guidance in 1990. '91 and '98. The 1999 team, 
with Joe Hamilton at quarterback, set 59 school records, 
rewriting many marks established by the 1990 national 
championship team, which was led by another Friedgen 
pupil, Shawn Jones (1989-92). Fnedgen was a finalist for 
the Broyles Award as the nations top assistant coach in 
1998 when the Ramblin' Wreck set a then-school record 
with 50 touchdowns. 

The first Maryland alum since Bob Ward (1967-68) to 
serve as the Terps' head football coach, Friedgen originally 
came to Maryland as a quarterback in the mid-60s and 
spent most of his career as an offensive lineman, lettering 
in 1966 and '68 and captunng Academic AII-ACC honors. 
He was a two-time winner of the George C. Cook Memorial 
Award (1968-69) for having the highest academic average 
on the football team. 

Friedgen s coaching roots run deep. His father, also 
named Ralph (though not a "Sr."), was a high school coach 
for more than 30 years and masterminded, among other 
teams, the 1964 Westchester County (N.Y.) High School 
team that went undefeated and averaged 44 points per 
game running what was then an unusual multiple offense. 
It was an offense run by a 190-pound quarterback later 
recruited by Maryland who shared his name. Maybe as a 
sign of things to come, the younger Ralph called all of his 
team's offensive plays from his junior year on. 

Fnedgen and his wife, the former Glona Spina, have 
three daughters: Kelley, Kristina and Katie. Gloria is 
currently the Coordinator of Alumni Affairs and Outreach for 
the College of Health and Human Performance at Maryland 
while both serve on that colleges Board of Visitors. Kelley 
is in her second year as an associate at Arnold and Porter 
in D C, specializing in pharmaceutical and medical device 
law; Kristina is in her third year in the theater program at 
Maryland: and Katie is her first year of college at Maryland, 
majonng in art. 




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FILE 

FAST FACTS 



Full Name 


Ralph Harry Fnedgen 


Pronunciation 


FREE-jun 


Date of Birth 


April 4, 1947 


Hometown 


Harrison, NY 


Alma Mater 


Maryland, 70 


Family 


Wife, Gloria: daughters, Kelley (29), 
Kristina (20), Katie (18) 


Playing Experience 


Guard, two letters at Maryland 
(1966 and '68) 


Years in Coaching (College) 37 (32) 



COACHING 
EXPERIENCE 



MARYLAND 

2006- 



2001-05 



Head Coach/Offensive Coordinator 
Head Coach 



GEORGIA TECH 

1997-2000 



Assistant Coach - Offensive 
Coordinator/Quarterbacks 



SAN DIEGO CHARGERS 

1 994-96 Assistant Coach - Offensive Coordinator 



1992-93 



Assistant Coach - Running Game 
Coordinator/H-Backs/Tight Ends 



GEORGIA TECH 

1987-91 



Assistant Coach - Offensive 
Coordinator/Quarterbacks 



MARYLAND 

1 982-86 Assistant Coach - Offensive Coordinator/ 

Offensive Line 



MURRAY STATE 

1981 



Assistant Head Coach 



WILLIAM & MARY 

1980 Assistant Coach - Offensive Coordinator 

THE CITADEL 

1 977-79 Assistant Coach - Offensive Coordinator 



1973-76 



Assistant Coach - Defensive Line 



MARYLAND 

1969-72 



Graduate Assistant 



"YOU ALWAYS HEAR ABOUT 

GREAT MIDDLEWEIGHTS WHO 

ARE 'POUND FOR POUND' 

THE BEST FIGHTERS IN THE 

WORLD. THAT'S MEANT AS A 

COMPLIMENT TO SMALLER 

MEN. RALPH IS NOT A SMALL 

MAN, BUT POUND FOR 

POUND HE'S STILL THE 

BEST OFFENSIVE COACH 

IN THE COUNTRY." 
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CHRIS 



'irginia 
Second Year at Maryland 







Central Michigan '95 
Fourth Year at Maryland 



^^BRYAN 




Delaware '8 
Second Year at Maryland 



COACHING EXPERIENCE 

Maryland 

2006- Assistant Coach - Del. Coordinator/Inside Linebackers 

1997 Assistan t Coac h - Inside LBs/ Recruitinq Coord inator 
Kansas State 

2004-05 Assistant Coach - Linebackers 

South Carolina 

2003 Assistant Coach - Def. Coordinator/Linebackers 

1999-2002 Assistant Coach - Linebackers 

Michigan State 

1998 Assistant Coach - Defensive Coordinator 
Illinois 

1 995-96 Asssistant Coach - Def. Coordinator/Linebackers 

1994 Assistant Head Coach/Linebackers 

1991-92 Assistant Coach - Linebackers 

Minnesota 
1991 



Assistant Coach - Linebackers 



Assistant Coach - Linebackers 



UNLV 

1990 

Southeast Missouri State 

1989 Assis tant C oach - De fensive Line 

Wisconsin-Oshkosh 

1985-88 Assistant Coach - Defensive Coordinator 




COACHING EXPERIENCE 

Maryland 

2006 - Assistant Coach - Secondary 

2003-05 Assistant Coach - Inside Lineback ers 

Memphis 

2002 

2001 



Assistant Coach - Cornerbacks 
Assistant Coach - Outside Linebackers 



Bowling Green 
2000 

1999 

Ferris State University 

1997-98 



Assistant Coach - Defensive Backs 
Assistant Coach - Running B acks 

Assistant Coach - Defensive Backs 




COACHING EXPERIENCE 

Maryland 

2005- Assistant Q ai h - Wi le Receivers 

Delaware 

2002-04 

1994-98 

1990 



Assistant Coach - Wide Receivers 

Assistant Coach - Wide Receivers 

Graduate Assistant - Defensive Backs 



Wyoming 

2000-01 



Assistant Coach - Defensive Backs 



U.S. Military Academy 
1999 


Assistant Coach 


- Wide Receivers 


Bucknell 

1992-93 


Assistant Coach - 


Defensive Backs 


West Chester 

1992 


Assistant Coach - 


Defensive Backs 


Morehouse College 
1991 


Assistant Coach - 


Defensive Backs 




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Sixth Year at Maryland 



JOHN 



RAY 




. Hopki 
Sixth Year at Maryland 



Sixth Year at Maryland 



COACHING EXPERIENCE 

Maryland 

200 1 - Assistant Coach - Offensive Line 

Stanford 



COACHING EXPERIENCE 



1999-2000 



Assistant Coach - Offensive Line 
(centers and guards) 



Assistant Head Coach 
Assistant Coach - Offensive Line 



Northwestern 
1997-98 

1992-98 

WilliamS Mary 

1984-91 Assistant Coach - Off. Coordinator/Offensive Line 

1 983 Assistant Coach - Offensive Backfield 

Highland Springs (Va.) High School 

1979-82 Head Coach 

Lloyd C. Bird (Va.) High School 

1978 Head Coach 

McKean (Del.) High School 

1977 Head Coach 

Highland Springs (Va.) High School 

1 973-75 Assistant Coach - Offensive Line 



Maryland 

2006 

2005 

2001-04 

Georgia Tech 

1998-2001 

Villanova University 

1997-98 



Quarterbacks 

Running Backs 

Assistant Recruiting Coordinator 



COACHING EXPERIENCE 

Maryland 

2001- Assistant Coach - Special Teams Coordinator 

Tight Ends & H-Backs 



Graduate Assistant - Offense 



Assistant Secondary Coach 





Wake Forest 
1999-2000 
1996-98 
1993-95 



Assistant Coach - Tight Ends/ Special Teams 

Outside Linebackers 

Defensive Line 



East Stroudsburg 

1992 Assistant Coach - 

Special Teams Coo rdinator/Defensive Backs 



Toronto Argonauts 
Su mmer, 1992 
Penn State 
1991 



Volunteer Assistant Coach - Defense 



Graduate Assistant - Offensive Line 



Northeastern 

1989-90 

Temple 

1981-88 



Assistant Coach - Defensive Coordinator/ 
Inside Linebackers 

GA/Assistant Coach - 
Outside Linebackers and Rovers 



Neshaminy (Pa.) High School 

1 980 Head C oach - Freshman Team 

Manheim (Pa.) Township High School 

1979 Assistant Coach - Quarterbacks/Defensive Backs 




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COACHING EXPERIENCE 

Maryland 

2001 - Assistant Coach - Outside Linebackers/ 

Special Teams Assistant 

Bowling Green 

2000 Assistant Coach - 

Special Team s Coordina tor/Linebackers 
The Citadel 

1 987-99 Assistant Coach - Special Teams Coordinator/ 

Linebackers/Wide Receivers 



The Citadel 77 
Seventh Year at Maryland 



COACHING EXPERIENCE 

Maryland 

2005- Assistant Coach - Defensive Line/ 
Recruiting Coordinator 



Salem College '81 
First Year at Maryland 



2001-04 



Assistant Coach - Defensive Lme/NFL Liaison 



Georgia Tech 

1999-2000 



Assistant Coach - Defensive Tackles 



The Citadel 

1989-98 

Guilford (N.C.) College 



Assistant Coach - Defensive Line 



United States Military Academy (Army) 

1985-86 Assist ant Coac h - Linebackers 

Wisconsin 

1983-84 

1982-83 



Assistant Coach - Defensive Line 



COACHING EXPERIENCE 

Maryland 

2006- Assista nt Coach - Running Backs 

Temple 

2005 Assistant Coach - Defensive Line 

Baltimore Ravens 

2002-04 Defe nsive A ssist ant/Outside Linebackers 

Notre Dame 

2002 Assistant Coach - L ineba ckers/Special Teams 

Stanford 

1995-2001 



Maryland 

1986-87 



Volunteer Assistant Coach - Defensive Line 



Graduate Assistant - Defensive Backs 
Part-Time Assistant Coach - Wide Receivers 



Stratford (S.C.) High School 

1 985 Assistant Coach - Defensive Coordinator 




Graduate Assistant - Linebackers 



Maryland 

1984 

North Charleston (S.C.) High School 

1983 Assistant C o ach - Defensive Co ordinator 

Fort Johnson (S.C.) High School 

1978-82 Assistant Coach - Defensive Coordinator 



Los Angeles Rams 

1994 
Rutgers 
1991-93 
Eastern Michigan 

1989-90 



Assistant Coach - Defensive Ends/ 
Special Teams Coordinator 

Intern 



Assistant Coach - Outside Linebackers 



Assistant Coach - Outside Linebackers 



Morehead State 

1 986-88 Assistant Coach - Linebackers, Special Teams 
and Def. Coord. 




North Carolina 
1985 



Graduate Assistant - Defense 



St. Paul's College (Va.) 

1982-84 

Georgetown College (Ky.) 

1981 



Assistant Coac h - Secondar y 



Assistant Coach - Linebackers 




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Director of Strength & 
Conditioning 




John Kelley 

Graduate Assistant 
Offense 




Heather Arianna 

Associate Director 
ofASCDU 






Nate Park 

Assistant Equipment 
Manager 




Paula Broglio 

Administrative 
Assistant 




Dan Hickson 

Director of 
Football Operations 




John Paczkowski 

Graduate Assistant 
Defense 




Dahlia Levin 

Head Learning 
Specialist for Football 




Butch Rhoderick 

Maryland State Police 




Mona Felder 

Administrative 
Assistant 




Ron Ohringer 

Head Equipment Manager 




Darryl Conway 

Assistant Athletics Director/ 
Sports Medicine 




Barry Kagan 

Assistant Strength & 
Conditioning Coach 



k^M 



Doug Dull 

Associate Athletics Director/ 
Media Relations 




Jess Klaube 

Administrative 
Assistant 




Kevin Glover 

Director of 
Character Education 




Bryan Matson 

Head Football 
Athletic Trainer 




Corliss Fingers 

Assistant Strength & 
Conditioning Coach 




Shawn Nestor 

Associate Media 
Relations Director 




Teri Smith 

Administrative 
Assistant 




Jonah Bassett 

Football Video Director 




MattCharvat 

Associate Head 
Athletic Trainer 






Marc Heineke 

Assistant Strength & 
Conditioning Coach 



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MMJ 




Woodbridge, Va. 
(DeMatha HS) 

A solid special teams player who has appeared in every 
game this year ... also has seen action as a reserve 
defensive back ... Season: (vs. WF) ... played but did 
not record any statistics ... (vs. BC) ... recorded two solo 
tackles ... (vs. Clemson) ... notched one solo tackle ... (vs. 
FSU) ... had one tackle ... (vs. NC St.) ... recorded one 
tackle ... (vs. UVA) ... posted one solo tackle ... (vs. 67) 
... notched one assisted tackle ... (vs. WVU) ... posted four 
tackles, two solo ... (vs. MT) ... recorded one tackle and his 
first career pass breakup. 



Defense 


G-GS 


UT 


AT 


TT 


TFL Sacks 


FC FR PBU Int. 


2006 


12-0 


7 


5 


12 


0-0 0-0 


10 


Career 


23-0 


11 


10 


21 


0-0 0-0 


10 



I 





„„ JOSH 

/MM 




Tampa, Fla. 
(Eleanor Roosevelt HS (Md.)) 

Ahard-nosed, fifth-year running back ... a good north-south 
runner with breakaway speed ... a Brian Piccolo Award 
nominee for his comeback after a career threatening knee 
injury as a sophomore... has seen action at running back 
in all but one game, and has found a role in the passing 
game ... has caught two touchdown passes this year and 
thrown for another ... ranks ninth in school history on the 
career rushing yards chart (1,958) ... also ranks tied for 
sixth on the Terps' career rushing touchdowns list (21) ... 
Season: (vs. WF) ... played but did not record any statistics 
(vs. BC) ... threw a touchdown on his first career pass, a 
halfback option from nine yards out ... rushed four times for 



12 yards .. (vs. Miami) ... carried three times for 13 yards, 
and recorded a catch for three yards ... (vs. FSU) ... rushed 
five times for 18 yards and caught one pass for nine yards 
... (vs. NC St.) ... caught a four-yard touchdown pass and 
had a three-yard rush ... with the rush, he moved into eighth 
on the Maryland career-rushing list ... the TD catch moved 
him into a tie for 6th place in the career touchdown list ... 
(vs. FIU) ... caught three passes for 43 yards, including a 
21 -yard catch for the first touchdown of the game . . . the TD 
was his first since injuring his knee in 2004 ... also rushed 
nine times for 17 yards ... (vs. WVU) ... rushed twice for six 
yards ... (vs. MT) ... rushed twice for one yard ... (vs. W&M) 
... rushed six times for 25 yards ... had a 14 yard run to 
close out the first quarter ... caught two passes. 



Rushing 


G-GS 


Art 


Net 


Avg. 


TD 


LP 


20oe 


12-0 


33 


98 


30 





14 


Career 


44-17 


423 


1.958 


4.6 


21 


60 


Receiving 


G-GS 


Rec. 


Yds. 


Avg. 


TD 


Long 


2006 


12-0 


8 


59 


7.4 


2 


21 


Career 


44-17 


33 


383 


11.6 


4 


72 



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5-9 -216 -Jr. 
Teaneck, N.J. 
(Teaneck HS) 



A talented and bruising back who catches the ball well out 
of the backfield ... has started 10 of 12 games this season 
and 13 of the last 15 in the backfield ... averaging 59.8 
rushing ypg, which is ninth in the ACC ... has rushed for a 
team-high eight touchdowns ...a preseason AII-ACC choice 
Season: (vs. WF) ... rushed six times for 64 yards and 
a touchdown ... his longest carry of the day was a 35-yard 
dash down the left sideline ... also caught two passes for 
13 yards ... ninth in the ACC and 85th in the NCAA with a 
59.8 yards-per-game rushing average ... (vs. BC) ... rushed 
seven times for 23 yards ... also caught two passes for 
16 yards ... (vs. Miami) ... carried the ball 10 times for 41 
yards ... (vs. Clemson) ... carried ten times for five yards 
... (vs. FSU) ... rushed 11 times for 39 yards and caught a 
career-long 11-yard pass ... (vs. NC St.) ... rushed 17 times 
for 77 yards and a touchdown ... the score came on a two- 
yard run ... in the third quarter, he accounted for 55 yards 
rushing ... (vs. UVA) ... rushed 12 times for 76 yards and 
a TD ... the score was a one-yard dive over center for the 
Terps' first TD of the game ... his longest rush of the game, 
a 26-yard dash down the nght sideline, sealed the victory 
by netting a first down inside two minutes ... (vs. GT) ... 
rushed for 1 1 6 yards, his first time passing the century mark 
this season, including an electrifying 42-yard dash down 




the right sideline, his longest of the season .. (vs. FIU) ... 
led the team in rushing ... carried the ball 19 times for 82 
yards ... (vs. WW) ... rushed 12 times for 50 yards and a 
touchdown ... the touchdown came on an 11-yard run, his 
longest of the game ... (vs. MT) ... finished with 62 yards 
rushing on 14 carries with two touchdowns ... the team's 
first touchdown of the game came on his 12-yard run up 
the middle ... [vs. W&M) ... r ushed 15 times for 86 yards 
and two touchdowns ... scored the first TD of the game 
with a two-yard run on a QB option right ...on one drive in 
the second quarter, followed a 12-yard rush with a 13-yard 
carry on consecutive plays. 



_ CONRAD 




Rushing 


G-GS 


Att 


Net 


Avg. 


TD 


LP 


2006 


12-10 


156 


716 


4.6 


7 


42 


Career 


27-14 


349 


1,624 


4.7 


13 


65 


Receiving 


G-GS 


Rec. 


Yds. 


Avg. 


TD 


Long 


2006 


12-10 


10 


56 


56 





11 


Career 


27-14 


28 


209 


7.5 





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KEVIN 




CB-6-1 • 181 -So. 

Glen Burnie, Md. 
(Old Mill HS) 



A reserve defensive back who has one start on the season 
Season: (vs. WF) ... played but did not record any 
statistics ... (vs. NC St.) ... notched two solo tackles ... (vs. 
UVA) ... posted three solo tackles ... (vs. GT) ... notched 
three tackles (two solo) ... (vs. FIU) ... recorded one solo 
tackle ... first career start ... (vs. MT) ... saw action but did 
not record a defensive statistic ... (vs. W&M) ... finished 
with one assisted tackle. 



DT • 6-3 • 303 • Sr. 
Burtonsville. Md. 
(St. John's College HS) 



An anchor in the middle of the defensive line who has 
provided senior leadership ... has shown the ability to get 
upfield while playing the pass rush as well as run defense 
... his 43 career games played, including 28 starts, are tops 
among the defensive lineman ... a member of the preseason 
watch list for the Outland Trophy ... scheduled to play in 
the 2007 Hula Bowl Season: (vs. WF) posted three 
tackles (one solo) ... (vs. BC) ... recorded two tackles ... (vs. 
Miami) ... posted five tackles (one solo) ... (vs. Clemson) ... 
notched three solo tackles ... (vs. FSU) ... recorded three 
tackles, with one solo tackle going for a three-yard loss 
also broke up a pass, a near-interception late in the fourth 
quarter ... (vs. NC St.) ... posted two tackles (one solo) ... 
(vs. UVA) ... notched one solo tackle ... (vs. GT) ... posted 
two tackles, one solo ... (vs. FIU) ... notched three tackles, 
one solo and one TFL ... (vs. MT) ... recorded four tackles, 
one unasssisted ... also recorded a half sack along with 
Wesley Jefferson in the second quarter, forcing fourth down 
... (vs. W&M) ... finished with one solo tackle and two QB 
hurries. 



Defense 


G-GS 


UT 


AT TT TFL Sacks FC FR PBU Int. 


2006 


12-7 


12 


-'- 


Career 


43-28 


42 


61 103 15.0-64 9.0-52 2 110 



Defense 


G-GS 


UT 


AT TT 


TFL Sacks 


FC FR PBU Int 


2006 


10-1 


9 


2 11 


0-0 0-0 





Career 


20-1 


13 


2 15 


0-0 0-0 


10 




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Durham, N.C. 
(Northern HS) 

A reserve linebacker who gained valuable playing 
experience early in the season ... brings power and 
athleticism to the defense ... Season: (vs. WF) ... recorded 
two tackles (one solo) ... (vs. GT) ... played but did not 
record any statistics ... (vs. WVU) ... posted two tackles, 
one solo ... (vs. W&M) ... recorded two tackles (one solo) ... 
wrapped up Elijah Brooks, holding him short of a first down 
on 3rd-and-6. 



Defense 


G-GS 


UT 


AT 


TT TFL Sacks 


FC FR PBU Int. 


2006 


5-0 


3 


3 


6 0.0-0 0.0-0 





Career 


6-0 


3 


7 


10 0.0-0 0.0-0 







Green Cove Springs, Fla. 
(Clay HS) 

A speedy and versatile receiver who has played mostly 
on special teams ... saw extensive action in the Boston 
College game at wideout due to injuries ... Season: (vs. 
WF) ... played on special teams ... has seen action in all 
but one game with the special teams unit ... (vs. BC) ... 
returned two kickoffs for 31 yards and saw time at wide 
receiver ... (vs. WVU) ... played and returned two kickoffs 
for 12 yards ... (vs. W&M] ... saw first action of his career. 



Receiving 


G-GS 


Rec. 


Yds. 


Avg. 


TD Long 


2006 


11-0 








Ol 





Career 


11-0 








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FB • 6-1 • 256 • Jr. 
Kennesaw, Ga. 
(Harrison HS) 



A fourth-year player who made a successful transition from 
linebacker to fullback ... very physical blocker who runs 
well ... started the first eight games and provided blocking 
support before missing the rest of the regular season due 
to injury ... Season: (vs. WF) ... did not play (injury) ... (vs. 
NC St.) ... carried for the first time in his career, an 11-yard 
run which set up a FG ... (vs. MT) ... started and made his 
second career reception, a nine-yard pass ... (vs. W&M) ... 
had a strong game blocking, leading the way for Lance Ball 
and Keon Lattimore who each had over 80 yards. 



Rushing 


G-GS 


Alt 


Net 


Avg. 


TD 


LP 


2006 


8-8 


1 


11 


n : 





11 


Career 


20-9 


1 


11 


11.0 





11 


Receiving 


G-GS 


Rec 


Yds 


Avg. 


TD 


Long 


2006 


8-8 


1 


9 


9.0 





9 


Career 


20-9 


2 


14 


7.0 





9 



^^ RICK 




Moorestown, N.J. 
(Holy Cross HS/Temple Univ.) 

A physical, athletic linebacker who has provided a solid 
pass rush presence off the bench ... has been an important 
contributor to the defense, having recovered two fumbles 
and posted two tackles for loss Season: (vs. WF) ... 
played but did not record any statistics ... (vs. Miami) ... 
was credited with a QB hurry ... (vs. FSU) ... recovered a 
fumble in the first guarter that set up the first touchdown 
of the game ... while not recording a tackle, pressured the 
quarterback throughout the contest ... (vs. NC St.) ... had 
a career day. with three tackles (two solo), and 1.5 TFL 
for eight-yard losses ... combined with David Holloway 
for a sack in the fourth quarter ... (vs. GT) ... finished with 
two tackles, one solo ... pressured the QB which allowed 
teammate Wesley Jefferson to record a sack on 3rd down 
... (vs. FIU) ... posted three tackles, including one solo ... 
recorded his first career TFL that forced 4th down in the 



second quarter ... his QB hurry on the game's final play 
helped force an interception ... (vs. WVU) ... appeared but 
did not record any statistics ... (vs. MT) ... notched three 
tackles, two solo, and a fumble recovery ... (vs. W&M) ... 
made his first career appearance as a Terp ... hurried Tribe 
QB Jake Phillips to force a fourth down in the first quarter. 



Defense 


G-GS 


UT 


AT TT TFL Sacks FC FR PBU Int. 


2006 


10-0 


7 


5 12 2.0-11 0.5-5 2 


Career 


10-0 


7 


5 12 2.0-11 0.5-5 2 




Bowie, 
(Eleanor Roosevelt HS) 

An excellent pass rusher at the LEO position ... has only 
missed one game this season and has started 19 of the 
22 games in which he has appeared during his career ... 
has 1.5 sacks as well as an interception ... Season: (vs. 
WF) ... notched seven tackles (two solo) ... (vs. Miami) ... 
made a key interception, the first of his career, in the fourth 
quarter ... also notched seven tackles (three solo) and a 
pass breakup ... (vs. Clemson) ... posted eight tackles (five 




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solo) ... (vs. NCSt.) ... notched two tackles (one solo) ... the 
solo tackle was an eight-yard sack .., (vs. UVA) recorded 
four tackles (three solo) ... (vs. FIU) ... started but did not 
record any statistics ... (vs. WVU) ... posted seven tackles, 
four solo, a half-sack and a pass breakup ... (vs. W&M) ... 
notched five total tackles and one pass breakup. 

Defense G-GS UT AT TT TFL Sacks FC FR PBU Int. 

2006 11-10 18 22 40 1 5-8 1 5-8 3 1 

Career 22-19 33 46 79 7.0-32 4 5-22 3 1 



ANDREW 



and one big block ... (vs. FIU) ... started and was in on 70 
plays, registering four big blocks ... (vs. WVU) ... started at 
right guard and was in on 62 plays with one big block ... 
(vs. W&M) ... started at right guard and was in on 40 plays, 
recording two big blocks. 



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OG • 6-5 • 301 • Jr. 
Van Wert, Ohio 
(Van Wert HS) 



A 2006 second team AII-ACC honoree at guard ... has led 
the offensive line throughout the season in protecting QB 
Sam Hollenbach and blocking on the Terps' rushing attack 
notched eight big blocks in the final game of the season 
Season: (vs. WF)... played and recorded eight big blocks 
in 59 plays ... (vs. BC) ... started and recorded the highest 
grade of the day, with two big blocks on 73 plays ... (vs. 
Miami) ... started and recorded one big block in 35 plays, 
allowing no sacks ... (vs. Clemson) ... started and recorded 
the highest grade among starters, with three big blocks on 
51 plays ... (vs. FSU) ... started and recorded one big block 
on 50 plays ... (vs. NC St.) ... started and recorded two big 
blocks on 50 plays ... (vs. UVA) ... started and recorded the 
highest line grade among the starters, recording two big 
blocks on 51 total plays ... (vs. GT) ... started and was in on 
56 plays, recording the team's highest offensive line grade 



6-2 «218 -So. 

Augusta, Ga. 

(Westside HS) 



A second-year player who has handled the majority of 
kickoff duties, booming many balls through the endzone 
Season: (vs. WF) ... handled kickoff duties with one 
going as a touchback ... (vs. BC) ... handled kickoff duties 
... (vs. Miami) ... handled kickoff duties, with two of three 
kicks going for touchbacks ... (vs. Clemson) ... split kickoff 
duties, with a 65.0-yard average on his two kicks ... (vs. 
FSU) ... split the kickoff duties with Chris Roberts, booming 
all four of his kicks into the end zone for touchbacks ... (vs. 
NC St.) ... handled kickoff duties and booted three-of-seven 
kicks for touchbacks ... (vs. MT) ... handled kickoff duties 




... forced touchbacks on two of six kicks ... (vs. W&M) ... 
handled kickoff duties for the first time in his career ... had 
six kicks with two going for touchbacks. 

Kicking G-GS FG-A XP-A 20-29 30-39 40-49 50* Lg Pts. 

2006 8-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 

Career 8-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 



DAN 




PK • 5-10 • 158 • Sr. 

Sykesville, Md. 
(Glenelg HS) 



A former walk-on who earned honorable mention AII-ACC 
accolades this season ... had never played football prior to 
his arrival in College Park ... ranks sixth nationally (first in 
ACC) in field goals (1.6 pg) and his 86 points are 12th on 
the Terps' all-time single-season chart ... closed the regular 
season going 1 2-for-1 2 on field-goal attempts, including the 
game-winner at Clemson ,.. Second in the ACC with a 82.6 
field goal percentage ... tied for second in the conference 
in kick scoring with 7.2 ppg average ... Season: (vs. WF) 
connected on his lone attempt from 26 yards ... (vs. BC) 




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... connected on all three FG attempts from 29, 37, and 46 
yards... the 46-yarder tied his career long... (vs. Miami) ... 
connected on both extra point attempts ... (vs. Clemson) ... 
sealed the victory with his 31-yard field goal as time expired 
... also connected on his other attempt, also from 31 yards 
in the second half ... (vs. FSU) ... connected on both FG 
tries from 38 and 39 yards on a night with howling winds 
... also was 3-for-3 on PATs ... (vs. NC St.) ... had a stellar 
4-for-4 day kicking, connecting on his attempts from 18, 
27, 32 and 40 yards ... also drilled both of his extra point 
tries ... (vs. UVA) ... converted 3-of-3 extra point attempts 
... missed his lone field goal attempt from 30 yards wide 
right ... (vs. GT) ... had a perfect day kicking, connecting on 
three attempts from 18, 32, and 46 yards ... the 46-yarder 
bested his career-long by a yard ... also nailed both extra 
point attempt ... (vs. FIU) ... connected on both extra point 
attempts ... missed his lone field goal attempt, a 47-yarder 
which sailed wide left ... (vs. WVU) ... connected on his lone 
field goal attempt from 28 yards ... also was 3-for-3 on extra 
points ... (vs. W&M) ... scored nine points, connecting on 
both his field goal attempts and all three PATs. 



Kicking 


G-GS FG-A XP-A 20-29 30-39 40-49 


50+ 


Lq- 


Pts. 


2006 


12-12 19-23 28-28 5-5 9-11 3-5 


0-0 


46 


85 


Career 


25-23 46-54 45-53 17-17 15-20 7-14 


0-0 


46 


183 



CARLOS 

Karnes 




NT • 6-4 • 307 • Jr. 
Elizabeth, N.J. 
(Elizabeth HS) 



A run-stuffer who has played in all 12 games along the 
defensive line and has been a consistent performer in his 
three years on the defensive front .., Season: (vs. WF) 
... played but did not record any statistics ... (vs. BC) ... 
notched two solo tackles ... (vs. Clemson) ... recorded four 
tackles (three solo) ... (vs. FSU) ... notched one tackle ... 
(vs. NC St.) ... posted one tackle ... (vs. UVA) ... notched 
one solo tackle ... (vs. FIU) ... recorded one assisted tackle 
... (vs. WVU) ... posted one tackle for a five-yard loss ... 
(vs. MT) ... started his first career game at nose tackle, 
recording one assisted tackle ... (vs. W&M) ... recorded two 
tackles ... brought down QB Jake Phillips after a two-yard 
gain in the first quarter. 



Defense 


G-GS 


UT AT 


TT TFL Sacks FC FR PBU Int. 


2006 


12-9 


7 11) 


17 5-5 0-0 


Career 


27-9 


9 19 


28 0.5-5 0-0 10 



„_MOISE, 

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Rockville 
(The Bullis School/Frostburg State) 

A reserve linebacker who walked on prior to the 2005 
season ... among the team's fastest linebackers ... has 
posted a pair of forced fumbles on the season ... second in 
the ACC in forced fumbles ... Season: (vs. WF)... recorded 
one tackle ... (vs. Miami) ... notched one solo tackle ... (vs. 
Clemson) ... recorded one tackle ... (vs. GT) ... posted four 
tackles (three solo) ... (vs. FIU) ... posted five tackles, one 
solo ... (vs. WVU) ... posted one solo tackle for a three-yard 
loss ... (vs. MT) ... recorded five tackles, three solo... one 
of his unassisted tackles was for a loss ... also forced two 
fumbles, one of which was recovered by Mack Frost in the 
first quarter ... (vs. W&M) ... saw first career game action as 
a Terp ... recovered punt blocked by Josh Wilson. 



Defense 


G-GS 


UT 


AT 


TT TFL Sacks 


FC FR PBU Int. 


2006 


10-1 


10 


8 


18 1.5-3 0-0 


2 


Career 


20-11 


44 


44 


88 7.0-43 1.5-11 


2 




DE • 6-5 • 257 • So. 
Columbia, S.C. 
(Spring Valley HS) 



An athletic defensive end who has seen action in every 
game off the bench ... Season: (vs. WF) ... recorded one 
solo tackle ... (vs. BC) ... notched one solo tackle ... (vs. 
Miami) ... recorded one tackle ... (vs. NC St.) ... notched 
one tackle ... (vs. UVA) ... posted one solo tackle ... (vs. GT) 
... notched a solo tackle ... (vs. FIU) ... saw game action but 
did not record any statistics ... (vs. MT) ... recorded one 
unassisted tackle and recovered a fumble ... (vs. W&M) ... 
posted one unassisted tackle and a QB hurry. 



Defense 


G-GS 


UT 


AT 


TT 


TFL Sacks 


FC FR PBU Int. 


2006 


12-0 


6 


2 


8 


0-0 0-0 


10 


Career 


18-0 


8 


3 


11 


0-0 0-0 


110 



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OT • 6-9 • 350 • So. 
White Plains, Md. 
(Roosevelt HS/Hargrave Mil.) 



A talented offensive tackle who possesses an ideal 
combination of size and athleticism ... has started 17 of 
the last 20 games at either left or right tackle ...a member 
of the 2006 preseason watch list for the Outland Trophy 
... a consensus preseason AII-ACC choice Season: 
(vs. WF) ... played on 38 plays with one big block ... (vs. 
BC) ... saw action on 10 plays ... (vs. Miami) ... started and 
recorded one block in 32 plays ... (vs. Clemson) ... played 
and notched three big blocks on 56 plays ... (vs. FSU) ... 
started and notched a team-high three big blocks ... (vs. NC 
St.) ... started and posted two big blocks on 50 plays ... (vs. 
UVA) ... was in on 58 plays with two big blocks ... (vs. GT] 
... started and was in on 55 plays with one big block ... (vs. 
FIU) ... started at right tackle and posted two big blocks in 
64 plays ... did not allow a sack ... (vs. WVU) ... appeared 
on 74 plays at right tackle with two big blocks. 



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ISAIAH 




CB-5-11 • 194 -Jr. 

Virginia Beach, Va. 
(Salem HS/Notre Dame) 



A versatile defensive back who has cemented his role at 
the starting cornerback spot and has contributed in all 
phases of the defense ... has the fifth most tackles on the 
team (57) and tied for second on the team in breakups (4) 
,., Season: (vs. WF) ... earned his first career interception 
while matching his career-high with eight tackles (four solo) 
... (vs. BC) ... recorded two solo tackles ... (vs. Miami) ... 
forced the fumble on the punt which, after the J.J. Justice 
recovery, sealed the win ... also recorded seven tackles 
(five solo) ... (vs. Clemson) ... notched seven tackles (six 
solo) ... (vs. FSU) ... recorded five tackles (four solo) and a 
pass breakup ... (vs. NC St.) ... notched five tackles (three 
solo) ... (vs. UVA) ... sparked the team's turnaround with his 
fumble recovery at the one-yard line on the muffed punt in 
the third quarter ... also notched three tackles ... (vs. GT) 
... notched five tackles (four solo) ... (vs. FIU) ... posted two 
solo tackles and a pass breakup ... (vs. WVU) ... notched 
two tackles, one solo ... (vs. MT) ... led the team with a 
career-best eight tackles, four unassisted ... also broke up 
two passes, one in the back of the end zone in the third 
quarter. 



Defense 


G-GS 


ut at rr 


TFL Sacks 


FC FR PBU Int 


: v 6 


12-12 


38 19 57 


0-0 0-0 


114 1 


Career 


22-13 


47 25 72 


0-0 0-0 


116 1 



^ JASOH, 




TE • 6-3 • 233 • Jr. 
Baltimore, Md. 
(Woodlawn HS) 



A solid pass-catching tight end who has made his presence 
felt off the bench ... has good size, good hands and 
runs well ... ranks sixth on the team in receptions (12) ... 
Season: (vs. WF) ... caught one pass for 19 yards ... (vs. 
BC) ... caught one pass for seven yards ... (vs. Miami) ... 
caught one pass for a two-yard loss ... (vs. Clemson) ... led 
the team in receiving yards, with three catches for 75 yards 




... made a 57-yard grab over the middle to the 4-yard line 
... (vs. NC St.) ... caught one pass for a three-yard gain ... 
(vs. UVA) ... caught one pass for 13 yards ... (vs. GT) ... 
had a breakout game, catching four passes for 33 yards, 
including an 18-yard catch over the middle on third down. 



Receiving 


G-GS 


Rec 


Yds 


Aug 


TD Long 


2006 


11-0 


12 


148 


12.3 


57 


Career 


21-0 


19 


188 


9.9 


57 



DAN 

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TE • 6-6 • 266 • So. 
Amherst, N.Y. 
(Williamsville North HS) 



A blocking tight end who has shared starting tight end 
duties ... originally joined the team as a quarterback ... 
voted to the ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District II 
team ... Season: (vs. WF) ... played but did not record any 
statistics ... (vs. Miami) ... started but did not record any 
statistics ... (vs. FSU) ... caught his first career touchdown 
on his lone reception, a two-yard pass to the back right 
corner of the end zone ... (vs. NC St.) ... recorded his third 
career start, but did not record any statistics ... (vs. GT) ... 
started but did not record any statistics ... (vs. W&M) ... had 
one reception for a 9-yard gain. 



JOEY 




Rockville, Md. 
(Gonzaga College HS) 

An honorable mention AII-ACC choice tight end this 
season and one of Sam Hollenbach's primary targets in 
the passing game ... second-leading receiver on the team 
with 34 receptions and 338 receiving yards ... Season: (vs. 
WF) ... recorded two catches for 33 yards ... (vs. BC) ... 
caught six passes for 45 yards ... (vs. Ciemson) ... led the 
team with six catches for 52 yards ... (vs. FSU) ... caught 
one pass for a nine-yard gain ... (vs. UVA) ... caught two 
passes for 28 yards ... the first was a 21-yard reception 
over the middle in the first quarter ... (vs. GT) ... grabbed 
two passes for 13 yards, including a three-yard catch under 
the goalposts for the team's first offensive TD of the game 
... (vs. FIU) ... started and caught one pass for 10 yards ... 
(vs. WVU) ... had a career day, with his first touchdown of 
the season and second career, as well as career highs with 



Receiving 


G-GS 


Rec 


Yds 


Avg 


TD Long 


2006 


12-5 


2 


11 


5.5 


1 9 



Career 



17-5 



48 



12.0 



25 




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eight catches and 51 yards ... (vs. MT) ... led the team in 
receptions and receiving yards, catching three balls for 45 
yards ... had a 22-yard reception in the first quarter ... (i/s. 
W&M) ... had one reception for 42 yards ... reception was 
a career-long ... catch came on a strike down the sideline 
from Hollenbach on 1st down in the first quarter, setting up 
the Terps' first TD of the game. 



Receiving 


G-GS 


Rec 


Yds 


Avg 


TD Long 


2006 


12-8 


34 


338 


9.5 


2 42 


Career 


29-8 


35 


341 


9 3 


3 42 



BARROD 




Garden City, Ga. 
(Groves HS) 

A promising first-year player who has seen limited action 
on the defensive line ... Season: (vs. WF) ... did not play 
... (vs. Miami) ... notched two tackles (one solo) ... (vs. 
FIU) ... posted two tackles, one solo, and a half-TFL, the 
first of his career . (vs. MT) ... posted two solo tackles and 
a quarterback hurry ... (vs. W&M) ... recorded one tackle 
... brought down Elijah Brooks for the final play of the first 
half. 



Defense 


G-GS 


UT 


AT 


TT TFL Sacks 


FC FR PBU Int. 


2006 


7-1 


4 


2 


6 5-2 0-0 





Career 


7-1 


4 


2 


6 0.5-2 0-0 







came on MTSU's first carry of the game ... (vs. W&M) ... 
- ~ °~)C*-^ ft ^ ^ made successful re,urn from 2005 knee ir W t0 s,ar1 nis 



first career game ... posted five total tackles (four solo) . 
notched his first career sack late in the third quarter. 



Defense 


G-GS 


UT 


AT 


TT TFL Sacks 


FC FR PBU hi 


2006 


12-11 


55 


56 


111 6.5-13 1.0-5 


2 12 


Career 


11-10 


55 


56 


111 6.5-13 1.0-5 


2 12 



LB • 6-3 • 242 • So. 
Aberdeen, Md. 
(Aberdeen HS) 



A second team AII-ACC honoree one season after tearing 
his left ACL ... has emerged as one of the defensive leaders 
... the Terps' leading tackier who ranked second in the 
league and 21st nationally in stops (9.2 pg) ... averaged 
12.4 stops over the last five regular-season games ... had 
a career-high 18 stops in the win over Clemson ... has 
also picked off two passes and forced a pair of fumbles on 
the year ,., Season: (vs. WF) ... recorded 11 tackles (three 
solo) in leading the defense for the second straight game 
... (vs. SCj ... led the defense with nine tackles (six solo) ... 
(vs. Miami) ... recorded his fifth-straight game with double- 
digit tackles, with 13 tackles (four solo) and a half TFL ... 
(vs. Clemson) ... led the defensive effort with 18 tackles 
(nine solo) and a forced fumble, which on a controversial 
call, was recovered by the offense on its own six-inch 
line ... (vs. FSU) ... had 12 tackles, including 10 solo to 
lead the defense ... had one TFL for one yard ... (vs. NC 
St.) ... notched 10 tackles (three solo) and intercepted a 
pass for the second straight week ... (vs. UVA) ... had 10 
tackles (four solo) ... intercepted and returned the ball 45 
yards for the deciding touchdown in the four quarter ... (vs. 
GT) ... notched eight tackles with five solo ... (vs. FIU) ... 
notched two tackles ... (vs. WVU) ... posted six tackles, two 
solo, and forced a fumble ... one of his assisted tackles 
came for a loss ... (vs. MT) ... notched seven tackles, five 
unassisted ... three of his tackles were for a loss ... the first 



STEPHON 




Lawrenceville, Ga. 
(Brookwood HS) 

A fifth-year senior who earned honorable mention AII-ACC 
honors this season after coming back from a left ACL tear 
at the start of 2005 ... has helped lead the offensive line 
throughout the season in protecting QB Sam Hollenbach 
and blocking for the rushing attack ... started all 12 
regular-season games at left tackle ... scheduled to play 




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in the 2007 Hula Bowl Season: (vs. WF) ... started and 
recorded the highest offensive line grade, with three big 
blocks ... (vs. BC) ... started and recorded one big block in 
74 plays ... (vs. Miami) ... started and was in on 34 plays ... 
(vs. Clemson) ... recorded one big block in 54 plays ... (vs. 
FSU) ... started and scored the highest offensive line grade 
... (vs. NC St.) ... started and was in on 50 plays with no 
missed assignments or sacks allowed ... (vs. UVA) ... was 
in on 51 plays with one big block and no sacks allowed ... 
(vs. GT) ... started and was in on a team-high 58 plays ... 
(vs. FIU) ... started at left tackle and notched one big block 
... (vs. WVU) ... was in on a team-high 98 plays with four big 
blocks... (vs. MT) ... opened the hole on Lance Ball's two- 
yard touchdown ... (vs. W&M) ... posted three big blocks 
and 59 points, highest among the offensive line. 

DARRIUS 




WR • 6-2 • 206 ■ 
Silver Spring, 
(McDonogh School) 

One of the nation's most explosive young receivers ... 
earned a number of postseason honors, including first- 
team freshman All-American by The Sporting News and 
Rivals.com ... also a second team AII-ACC honoree ... 
collected first-team All-Freshman ACC by The Sporting 

News leads the team with 41 receptions and a Terps' 

freshman record 613 receiving yards ... also hauled in a 
team-high four TD passes ... shattered the school record 
for longest play with his 96-yard touchdown catch vs. Miami 
... sixth in the ACC in receiving yards per game, and tenth 
in receptions per game ... Season: (vs. WF) ... recorded 
three receptions for 37 yards ... (vs. BC) ... caught four 
passes for 37 yards ... (vs. Miami) ... provided the spark 
in the offense, marking a career day with five catches and 
175 yards and two TDs of 65 and 96 yards each ... the 





latter was the longest in school history ... (vs. Clemson) ... 
caught four passes for 18 yards ... (vs. FSU) ... caught the 
first two touchdowns of his career with 57 yards receiving 
on three catches ... the first score was a 5-yard pass that 
was set up by his 22-yard catch on the same drive ... later 
in the game he raced 30 yards for the game-deciding score 
... (vs. NC St.) ... caught two passes for 36 yards ... (vs. 
UVA) ... caught a team-high five passes for 39 yards ... (vs. 
GT) ... caught five passes for 111 yards, nearly equaling 
his previous season total of 113 ... streaked down the left 
sideline for 57 yards before being tackled at the GT 6-yard 
line inside the two minute mark in the fourth quarter ... 
(vs. FIU) ... earned his first career start and notched four 
catches for a team-high 35 yards ... (vs. WVU) ... caught 
five passes for 49 yards ... (vs. MT) ... made his first career 
reception, a 19-yard gain ... the catch came on a screen 
which he turned upfield for a first down ...(vs. W&M) ... saw 
first career game action. 



Receiving 


G-GS 


Rec 


Yds 


Avg. 


TD Lonj) 


2006 


12-9 


41 


613 


15.2 


4 96 


Career 


12-9 


41 


613 


15.2 


4 96 



SAM 




QB • 6-4 • 214 • Sr. 
Sellersville, Pa. 
(Pennridge HS) 



A veteran fifth-year quarterback who has guided the 
team to its best season since 2003 ... ranks third in the 
league and 46th in NCAA in pass efficiency (128.1 rating), 
third in the ACC with 179.0 ypg passing and third in the 
league and 62nd nationally in total offense (179.6 ypg) ... 
has completed 61.6 percent of his passes, which is the 
highest season completion percentage for a Terps' QB 
since Scott Milanovich in 1995 (.665 in 7 games) ... has 



posted 13 touchdowns this season, moving into a tie for 
fourth-place on the Maryland career chart with 26 ... also 
ranks fifth on the Terps career passing yards list (4,916) ... 
Season: (vs. WF) ... completed 14-of-26 passes with one 
touchdown ... also rushed three times for two yards ... (vs. 
BC) ... completed a career-high 27-of-42 passes for 249 
yards and rushed three times for 10 yards ... (vs. Miami) 
... entered the school record books with the longest pass 
play in Maryland history with his 96-yard strike to Heyward- 
Bey for the game's deciding touchdown ... finished his day 
11 -for- 16 with 202 yards and two TDs ... (vs. Clemson) ... 
completed 23-of-34 passes for 247 yards with one TD ... 
at one point in the game, had completed 12 consecutive 
passes ... also rushed for 11 yards, including a crucial 
fourth-down conversion on the game-winning drive ... (vs. 
FSU) ... connected on 12-of-20 passes for 131 yards and 
three touchdowns ... the three-TD effort was his first since 
11/12/05 at North Carolina ... (vs. NC St.) ... had a very 
efficient day passing, completing 7-of-9 attempts for 115 
yards and a touchdown on a four-yard pass to Josh Allen ... 
also put up career numbers rushing, with seven attempts for 
62 yards, including a 20-yard dash that set up a TD ... (vs. 
UVA) ... led the team to the biggest comeback in 13 years, 
completing 17-of-28 attempts for 171 yards ... scored on a 
three-yard rush around the right tackle for a TD ... (vs. GT) 
... had one of his strongest offensive outings this season, 
completing 1 6-of-24 passes for 190 yards and a touchdown 
... his 57-yard strike to Heyward-Bey gave the Terps the 
ball inside the 10-yard line late in the fourth quarter (vs. 
FIU) ... completed 17-of-30 passes for 158 yards and two 
touchdowns ... longest play was a 21-yard throw to Josh 
Allen in the second quarter ... connected with Allen earlier 
in the game on a screen for a 14-yard TD ... found Isaiah 
Williams in the end zone for a five-yard TD with 10 seconds 
remaining in the first half ... (vs. WVU) ... completed 24- 



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of-45 passes for 211 yards with two touchdowns and two 
interceptions ... connected with Joey Haynos for a six-yard 
score, his first TD pass of the season ... later found Isaiah 
Williams for a 35-yard touchdown strike ... (vs. W&M) ... 
completed 9-of-14 passes for 153 yards with no TDs or 
interceptions ... set up all three of the Terps's scores with 
long passes (a 42-yarder to TE Joey Haynos and a 38- 
yarder to Danny Oquendo in the first quarter and a 47- 
yarder to Isaiah Williams in the second). 



Passing 


G-GS Att. 


Comp 


Int 


Yds. Pet. 


TD 


LP 


2006 


12-12 305 


188 


12 


2.148 .616 


13 


96 


Career 


27-23 655 


402 


26 


4,916 .614 


26 


96 


Rushmq 


G-GS 


Att 


Net 


Avg 


TD 


LP 


2006 


12-12 


49 


2 


0.0 


2 


20 


Career 


27-23 


129 


(■33) 


(-0.3) 


4 


22 



... (vs. BC) ... notched five solo tackles ... (vs. Miami) ... 
recorded six tackles (three solo) ... (vs. Clemson) ... posted 
six solo tackles ... (vs. FSU) ... notched seven tackles (four 
solo) with two TFL. including a sack ... hurried the QB on 
the play in the final minutes which caused an intentional 
grounding penalty, leading to the blocked field goal ... (vs. 
NC St.) ... recorded six tackles (one solo) and combined 
with Rick Costa for a sack ... (vs. UVA) ... posted six tackles 
(two solo) and a TFL ... (vs. GT) ... led the team with 10 
tackles, six solo, matching his career-high ... (vs. FIU) ... 
posted four tackles (three solo) and a TFL ... (vs. WVU) 
. led the team with nine tackles (five solo) ... recorded a 
tackle for a five-yard loss ... also forced a fumble ... (vs. 
W&M) ... recorded four tackles ... spent time at both "Sam" 
and the LEO position for the first time in his career. 



_DAVID, 



Defense G-GS 


UT 


AT 


TT TFL Sacks FC FR PBU 


Int. 


2006 12-10 


39 


31 


70 4.5-18 1.5-5 1 





Career 36-33 


101 


85 


186 13.0-56 6.0-37 3 2 4 


1 





6-0 • 221 • Sr. 
Lakeland, Fla. 
(George Jenkins HS) 

A senior tailback who saw action in the first six games of 
the season before missing the remainder of the year due 
to injury ... a strong downhill runner who has quickness 
for his size . Season: (vs. WF) ... did not play ... (vs. 
FIU) ... played but did not record any statistics ... (vs. W&M) 
... rushed once for a two-yard gain in the fourth quarter ... 
was one of four tailbacks to get in as early as the second 
quarter. 



Rushing 


G-GS 


Att 


Net 


Avg 


TD 


LP 


2006 


6-0 


1 


2 


2.0 





2 


Career 


19-0 


25 


140 


5.6 





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CORY 




FB • 6-0 • 240 • Fr. 
Morgantown, W.Va. 
(University HS) 



A powerful blocker and pass-catcher out of the backfield ... 
has excelled as the starting fullback role after taking over 
for Tim Cesa who missed the final month of the season 
due to injury ... lone true freshman to earn playing time this 
season ... has also performed solidly throughout the season 
in the special teams corps ... Season: (vs. WF) ... started 
and caught one pass for four yards ... (vs. BC) ... caught 
one pass for 1 3 yards, a career-long ... (vs. Miami) ... made 
his second straight start ... (vs. Clemson) ... recorded his 
first career start in place of the injured Tim Cesa ... (vs. 
FSU) ... split time with Tim Cesa at the fullback position 
and caught one pass for six yards, the first reception of his 
career ... (vs. UVA) ... played on special teams, recording 
his second career tackle ... (vs. GT) ... played on special 
teams, and recorded a punishing tackle on the opening 
kickoff ... (vs. FIU) ... saw time as the backup fullback ... 
(vs. WVU) ... saw action in goal line situations, playing his 
first collegiate game in his hometown ... (vs. W&M) ... lone 
true freshman to get in the first game ... saw time as the 
backup fullback. 



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Rushing 


G-GS 


AH 


Net 


Avg. 


TD 


LP 


2006 


104 








0.0 








Career 


10-4 








0.0 








Receiving 


GGS 


Rec 


Yds. 


Avg 


TD 


Long 


2006 


10-4 


3 


23 


7.7 





13 


Career 


104 


3 


23 


77 





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LB • 6-2 • 233 • Jr. 
Clinton, Md. 
(Gwynn Park HS) 



An instinctive player who has found his way to the ball 
throughout his career ... along with Erin Henderson, has 
established a staunch presence in the linebackers corps... 
ranks third in the ACC in tackles (8.9 per game) ... his three 
sacks rank third on the team ... his 175 career tackles rank 
second on the team among active players ... Season: (vs. 
WF) ... notched nine tackles (five solo), including a TFL of 
six yards and a QB hurry ... Third in the ACC in tackles 
... (vs. BC) ... recorded eight tackles (four solo), including 
a TFL ... (vs. Miami) ... set a new career mark with 14 
tackles (seven solo) . including 1.5 TFL and a half-sack ... 
(vs. Clemson) ... notched seven tackles (three solo) ... (vs. 



FSU) ... recorded four tackles ... (vs. NC St.) ..recorded 13 
tackles (seven solo), as well as a QB hurry which forced 
fourth down ... (vs. UVA) ... led the defense with 12 tackles 
(four solo) ... earned a TFL when he combined with David 
Holloway to force fourth down in the third quarter ... (vs. 
GTj ... notched nine tackles, six solo, as well as a sack 
... (vs. FIU) ... led the team with seven tackles (four solo) 
... also posted 1.5 TFLs and a QB hurry ,., (vs. WVU) ... 
notched six tackles, including one for a loss, and recovered 
a fumble ... (vs. MT) ... recorded seven tackles, three solo 
and two tackles for loss ... teamed up with Conrad Bolston 
for a sack and posted two QB hurries ... (vs. W&M) ... 
notched a team-high 11 tackles ... brought down the Tribe 
quarterback for an eight-yard loss late in the first quarter, 
his first sack of the season. 



Defense 


G-GS 


UT 


AT 


TT TFL Sacks FC FR PBU Int. 


2006 


12-12 


49 


58 


107 10.0-38 3.0-21 10 


Career 


31-13 


71 


104 


175 13 0-47 3 0-26 13 



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S • 6-1 • 219 • Jr. 

Lisbon, Conn. 
(Norwich Free Academy) 



A big, athletic defensive back who has seen action in all 
12 games as a reserve ... has a good combination of size 
and speed ... made the game-deciding play in the win over 
Miami when he recovered a fumbled punt in the closing 
seconds ... Season: (vs. WF) ... recorded one tackle 
... (vs. BC) ... played but did not record any statistics ... 
(vs. Miami) ... recovered the muffed punt in the closing 
seconds of the game to seal the victory ... (vs. Clemson) 
... posted one tackle ... (vs. FSU) ... recorded three tackles 
(two solo) ... (vs. NC St.) ... notched his second career 
interception ... (vs. UVA) ... notched a solo tackle ... (vs. 
GT) ... posted three solo tackles and a pass breakup ... 
(vs. FIU) ... notched three tackles, two solo ... (vs. MT) ... 
recorded four tackles, one solo, as well as his first career 
interception ... returned the interception 15 yards up the 
middle before being stripped on the nght sideline ... (vs. 
W&M) recorded a career-high five tackles (four solo) ... 
had a special teams tackle, making the stop on the opening 
kickoff at the 19-yard line. 



Defense 


G-GS 


UT AT TT 


TFL Sacks 


FC FR PBU Int. 


2006 


12-0 


13 8 21 


0-0 0-0 


112 


Career 


34-1 


19 14 33 


0-0 0-0 


112 




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Owings Mills, Md. 
(Mt. St. Joseph HS/Hargrave M.A.) 



A big, powerful back who has the ability to elude defenders 
and flash bursts of quickness ... has provided a spark in 
the Terps' rushing attack, appearing in all 12 games and 
averaging 4.7 yards per carry ... eclipsed the century mark 
twice this year, including a career-best 1 1 9 yards in the final 
game of the regular season ... Season: (vs. WF) ... set a 
new career mark with 23 carries for 119 yards and scored 
once... (vs. BC) ... rushed 13 times for 40 yards and caught 
six passes for 34 yards ... (vs. Miami) ... rushed five times 
for 12 yards ... (vs. Clemson) ... carried 10 times for 38 
yards, with 33 of those coming in the fourth quarter ... (vs. 
FSU) ... gained 43 yards rushing on 10 carries, with a 28 
yard dash in the first quarter that helped set up a field goal 
... also caught two passes for 25 yards ... (vs. NC St.) 
... rushed 10 times for 35 yards and caught three passes 
for 72 yards, accounting for nearly two-thirds of the team's 
passing offense ... his 34-yard gain on a screen pass in 
the second quarter set a new career best ... (Vs. UVA) ... 




had a career day, accounting for 151 yards of offense ,., 
rushed 15 times for 114 yards and a 56-yard touchdown 
run which gave the Terps a 21-20 lead, one it would not 
relinquish ... caught three passes for 37 yards, including a 
14-yard grab in the second quarter on a shovel pass from 
Hollenbach ... (vs. GT) ... caught one pass for 10 yards ... 
(vs. FIU) ... rushed eight times for 38 yards ... also caught 
one pass for six yards ... (vs. WVU) ... rushed 15 times for 
42 tough yards, including a 16-yard run up the middle for a 
first down in the third quarter ... (vs. MT) ... carried the ball 
13 times for 86 yards ... his 24-yard dash on the team's 
second offensive play was the longest rush of the game ... 
also caught two passes for 20 yards, including a nine-yard 
first down catch to open the fourth quarter ... (vs. W&M) ... 
rushed 13 times for 89 yards ... scored a touchdown on a 
one-yard carry in the first quarter ... posted a then-career- 
long 34-yard rush where he found a gap and burst down 
the left sideline in the third quarter. 



Rushing 


G-GS 


Att. 


Net 


Avg. 


TD 


LP 


2006 


12-2 


140 


658 


4.7 


3 


56 


Career 


24-4 


205 


854 


4.2 


6 


56 


Receiving 


G-GS 


Rec. 


Yds 


Avg 


TD 


Lonq 


2006 


12-2 


20 


210 


10 5 





14 


Career 


24-4 


25 


212 


85 





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Charlotte, N.C. 
(Independence HS) 

A defensive stopper who has appeared in all 12 games 
and provided a strong interior pass rush ... has a good 
combination of size, speed and agility ... his 7.5 tackles 
for loss rank third on the team ...has a team-high tying 3.5 
sacks ... his 45 stops are tops among defensive lineman 
... Season: (vs. WF) ... notched six tackles (two solo) ... 
(vs. BC) ... recorded one tackle ... (vs. Miami) ... set a new 
career mark with eight tackles (three solo), including 2.0 
TFL ... (vs. Clemson) ... recorded three tackles (two solo) 
and a TFL ... (vs. FSU) ... posted three solo tackles and a 
sack ... (vs. NC St.) ... started at DT and posted four tackles 
(one solo) ... (vs. UVA) ... notched four tackles (three 
solo, including one for a loss) ... (vs. FIU) ... notched one 
tackle ... (vs. GT) ... posted one solo tackle ... (vs. WVU) 
... posted four tackles, one solo ... had a sack and a tackle 
for a one-yard loss ... (vs. MT) ... notched six tackles, three 
unassisted ... two of those came on his first and second 
sacks of the season ... (vs. W&M) ... recorded four tackles 
... brought down a Tribe ball carrier for a three-yard loss, 
forcing a 4th down. 



Defense 


G-GS 


UT 


AT 


TT TFL 


Sacks FC FR PBU In) 


2006 


12-6 


21 


24 


45 7 5-15 


3 5-6 


Career 


40-9 


35 


40 


75 100-24 


4.5-8 



, JEREMY 




DE • 6-3 • 263 • So. 
Joppatowne, 
(Joppatowne HS) 

A converted fullback who has emerged as one of the 
top pass rushers on the team ... has started all but one 
game this season ... has good hands and plays with good 
leverage ... ranks tied for first on the team in sacks with 
3.5 ... his 8.5 tackles for loss are second on the squad ... 
Season: (vs. WF) ... recorded three tackles (one solo) ... 
(vs. BC)... notched six tackles (four solo), a TFL and a pass 
breakup ... (vs. Miami) ... recorded five tackles, including 
1 .0 TFL and a half-sack ... (vs. Clemson) ... notched seven 
tackles (four solo) and a TFL ... (vs. FSU) ... proved the 
hero of the game, blocking a FG attempt with 49 seconds 
remaining which sealed the victory ... recorded five tackles 
(three solo) and 2.5 TFL for a total of 1 2 yards, including a 
eight yard sack ... made two plays on defense which led 
to Terp touchdowns, forcing a fumble in the first quarter 
and also stopping the runner on fourth down in the third 
quarter ... (vs. NC St.) ... recorded one tackle ... (vs. UVA) 
... had two tackles, one solo ... the solo tackle came on a 
sack for a four-yard loss, his first career sack ... (vs. GT) 
... recorded five tackles, one solo ... (vs. FIU) ... notched 
four tackles, two solo ... had 1.5 TFLs for a total of seven 
yards ... (vs. WVU) ... posted four tackles, including one for 
a one-yard loss. 



Defense 


G-GS 


UT AT 


TT TFL Sacks FC FR PBU Int. 


2006 


12-11 


16 28 


43 8.5-31 3.5-17 10 10 


Career 


23-21 


23 46 


69 11.0-40 3.5-17 10 2 




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Hackensack, N.J. 
(Hackensack HS) 

A dual threat as both punt returner and wide receiver, 
with strong contributions in both areas ... ranked sixth in 
the ACC, 42nd nationally, in punt return average with an 
8.9 yard average... also caught two touchdowns as the 
slot receiver ... Season:(vs. WF) ... caught two passes 
for 11 yards ... (vs. BC) ... led the team in receiving with 
six catches tor 65 yards and a touchdown ... the score 
came on Josh Allen's halfback option pass from the nine- 
yard line ... (vs. Miami) ... caught two passes for 16 yards 
... (vs. Clemson) ... caught five passes for 36 yards and 
the team's lone TD. the first of his career ... the score was 
an eight-yard grab in the second quarter ... (vs. FSU) ... 
proved invaluable in the special teams unit, returning three 
punts for 85 yards, including a 45-yarder in the second 
quarter that set up a touchdown ... also rushed 18 yards 
on an end-around play ... (vs. NC St.) ... caught the onside 
kick that preserved the victory in the fourth quarter ... also 



handled punt return duties ... (vs. UVA) ... recorded three 
catches for 41 yards ... one of his receptions was a 20-yard 
grab over the middle for a first down ... (vs. GT) ... caught 
two passes for 21 yards, including a 17-yard reception 
... (vs. FIU) ... caught three passes for 18 yards ... also 
handled punt return duties, with five returns for a 1 5.0-yard 
average ... his 37-yard return in the second quarter set a 
new career-long ... was one defender from his first return 
for a TD ... (vs. WVU) ... caught three passes for 40 yards 
... rushed once on a reverse for 21 yards ... (vs. W&M) 
... caught three passes for 55 yards, both career bests ... 
hooked up with Sam Hollenbach for a career-long 38 yard 
strike in the first quarter ... was forced out at the one-yard 
line but the play set up TD run by Keon Lattimore ... also 
handled the Terps punt return duties for the first time in his 
career 



Receiving 


G-GS 


Rec 


Yds 


Avg. 


TD 


Long 


2006 


12-5 


31 


IIS 


103 


2 


38 


Career 


23-6 


34 


338 


9.9 


2 


38 


Rushing 


G-GS 


All 


Net 


Avg. 


TD 


LP 


2006 


11-5 


3 


23 


7.3 





21 


Career 


22-6 


3 


23 


73 





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DAVE, 




LB • 6-2 • 223 • So. 
Manchester, N.H. 
(Manchester Central HS) 



An athletic reserve linebacker who has appeared in every 
game ... one of the team's fastest linebackers ... Season: 
(vs. WF) ... played but did not record any statistics ... (vs. 
BC) ... recorded two solo tackles, including a TFL of five 
yards ... (vs. Clemson) ... notched three tackles (two solo) 
and a TFL ... (vs. FSU) ... recorded two tackles, one solo 
... (vs. NC St.) ... posted three tackles (two solo), including 
a two-yard TFL ... (vs. UVA) ... notched two solo tackles ... 
(vs. GT) ... recorded one tackle ... (vs. WVU) ... notched 
two tackles, one solo, and one TFL... (vs. MT) ... recorded 
three tackles, one solo with one TFL ... (vs. W&M) ... posted 
a career-high seven tackles, second highest on the team 
... brought down a Tribe runner for a two-yard loss in the 
fourth quarter. 



Defense 


G-GS 


UT 


AT 


TT TFL Sacks 


FC FR PBU Int. 


2006 


12-2 


15 


10 


25 5.5-15 0-0 





Career 


22-2 


20 


12 


32 6 0-15 0-0 






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P-5-11 -205-Sr. 

Pittsford, N.Y. 
(Pittsford Sutherland HS) 



A four-year starter who has earned AII-ACC accolades each 
season, including second-team honors this year ... the only 
player in school history to claim AII-ACC honors four times 
... a two-time Ray Guy Award semifinalist who this season 
has averaged 43.1 yards per kick, ranking 2nd in the ACC 
and 20th nationally, with 21 landing inside the 20-yard line 
and eight of those inside the 10 ... also serves as the holder 
on place-kicking attempts ... ranks second in school history 
in punting yardage (9,157) ... a consensus preseason AII- 
ACC choice this season... scheduled to play in the 2007 
Senior Bowl . Season: (vs. WF) ... punted twice for a 
32.0-yard average with one landing inside the 20... (vs. BC) 
... punted three times for an average of 38.3 yards ... (vs. 
Miami) ... moved into second place on the school's career 
punting yards list, with eight kicks for a 41 .5-yard average 
... four of those landed inside the 20, and landed one at 
the two-yard line ... (vs. Clemson) ... punted six times for a 
43.3-yard average, with two of his punts landing inside the 
10-yard line ... (vs. FSU) ... boomed five punts for a 44.8- 




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yard average, including a 62-yarder (a season-long) and 
two landing inside the 20-yard line ... (vs. NC St.) ... had an 
outstanding day punting, averaging 48.0 yards per attempt, 
with one inside the 20-yard line ... (vs. UVA) ... notched 
two solo tackles ... (vs. GT) ... boomed three punts for a 
45.7-yard average, including a 57-yarder in the 4th quarter 
... (vs. FIU) ... punted seven times for a 42.6-yard average, 
with three punts inside the 20 ... set a season-long with a 
60-yard boot ... (vs. WVU) ... punted twice for a 43.0-yard 
average, with both landing inside the 10-yard line ... his 
first attempt rolled out at the four-yard line ... (vs. W&M) ... 
punted four times for a 46.2-yard average ... landed three 
punts inside the 20-yard line and two punts inside the 10, 
with one being downed at the 7 and another rolling out at 
the 3 ... his longest effort of the game tallied 58 yards 



Punting 


G 


Punts 


Yds 


Avg. 


LG. 


120 


no 


2006 


12-12 


52 


2,243 


43.1 


62 


21 


8 


Career 


47-47 


212 


9,157 


43.2 


70 


79 


34 



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OT • 6-5 • 285 • So. 

Columbia, Md. 
(Wilde Lake HS) 



A reserve offensive lineman who moved over from the 
defensive side in his first year ... earned his only start 
of the season at Boston College ... Season: (vs. WF) ... 
played and notched two big blocks in 28 plays ... (vs. BC) ... 
started and saw action on 67 plays, with three big blocks ... 
(vs. Miami) ... saw action on two plays ... (vs. FSU) ... saw 
action on five plays, recording one big block ... (vs. UVA) 
... saw action on six plays ... (vs. FIU) ... saw action at right 
tackle and notched one big block ... (vs. WVU) ... started at 
right tackle ... (vs. W&M) ... started at right tackle, posting 
two big blocks ... was in on a team-high 59 plays 




JORDAN 




QB • 6-1 • 214 • So. 

Leola, Pa. 
(Conestoga Valley HS) 



An intelligent, athletic quarterback who saw action in 
opening game of the season and has served as the 
team's backup ... Season: (vs. W&M) ... saw first game 
action since 2004 season ... was 0-for-5 passing with an 
interception. 



Passing 


G-GS Art. 


Comp 


Int 


Yds Pet 


TD 


LP 


2006 


1-0 5 





1 


000 








Career 


7-0 37 


12 


2 


132 324 





43 


Rushing 


G-GS 


Art 


Net 


Avg 


TD 


LP 


2006 


1-0 


2 





0.0 





1 


Career 


7-0 


26 


(-31) 


(-1.2) 





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RICHARD 




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-5-10 -194 »So. 
Centreville, Va. 
(Centreville HS) 

A reserve defensive back who has played in 11 games on 
the special teams unit ... a sprinter for the Terps track team 
in spring of 2006 ... Season: (vs. WF) ... played but did not 
record any statistics ... (vs. NC St.) ... saw action but did 
not record any statistics ... (vs. FIU) ... notched one tackle 
... (vs. MT) ... recorded two tackles, one unassisted ... (vs. 
W&M) ... recorded a career-high three unassisted tackles 
... also broke up a pass, the first of his career. 



Defense 


G-GS 


UT 


AT 


TT 


TFL Sacks 


FC FR PBU Int 


2006 


11-0 


4 


2 


6 


0-0 0-0 


10 


Career 


18-0 


4 


3 


7 


0-0 0-0 


10 



OG • 6-4 • 328 • So. 
Harrisburg, Pa. 
(Bishop McDevitt HS) 



A reserve offensive lineman who saw action in every game 
this season, starting the final two contests ... very physical, 
athletic player ... Season: (vs. WF) ... started and recorded 
three big blocks on 58 plays... (vs. BC) ... started and 
saw action on 75 plays ... (vs. Miami) ... saw action on 23 
plays ... (vs. Clemson) ... played and was in on 30 plays 
... (vs. FSU) ... saw action on 25 plays ... (vs. NC St.) ... 
saw action and recorded the offensive line's highest grade 
in 16 plays, notching two big blocks ... (vs. UVA) ... saw 
time and recorded the team's highest grade ... (vs. FIU) ... 
saw game action in 14 plays, not allowing a sack or missed 
assignment ... (vs. WVU) ... was in on 16 plays ... (vs. MT) 
... offensive line grades not currently available for this game 
... (vs. W&M) ... saw action on 14 plays. 



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CHRISTIAN 




5-11 '1$ 

Baltimore, Md. 
(Randallstown HS) 

A heady, instinctive player who has started all 12 games 
this season ... one of two returning starters in the defensive 
backfield from 2005 ... has appeared in all 34 games over 
the last three seasons, starting 22 of the last 23 games 
... sealed this year's win over Florida International with his 
interception in the endzone ... Season: (vs. WF) ... recorded 
five tackles, with one-half TFL for three yards ... (vs. BC) ... 
notched five solo tackles ... (vs. Miami) ... recorded three 
tackles (two solo) ... (vs. Clemson) ... posted seven tackles 
(three solo)(vs. FSU) ... notched eight tackles (six solo) 
and a pass breakup ... (vs. NC St.) ... recorded four tackles 
(two solo) and a pass breakup ... (vs. UVA) ... notched four 
tackles (three solo) ... (vs. GT) ... posted four tackles, three 
solo ... (vs. FIU) ... recorded the game-ending interception 
in the end zone ... also posted two tackles, one solo ... 
(vs. WVU) ... started and notched five tackles, two solo ... 
(vs. MT) ... recorded six tackles, five solo ... [vs. W&M) ... 
posted two unassisted tackles ... brought down a Tribe ball 
carrier for a one-yard gain, forcing a punt 



Defense 


G-GS UT AT 


TT TFL Sacks 


FC FR PBU Int. 


2006 


12-12 34 21 


55 0.5-3 0-0 


2 1 


Career 


34-22 65 44 


109 1.5-4 0-0 


10 5 4 





DREW 




WR«6-3«216'Sr. 



Georgetown. Del. 
(Sussex Central HS) 

A senior wide receiver with good size and hands who has 
seen limited action due to injury Season: (vs. WF) ... 
played but did not record any statistics ... had not played 
since Georgia Tech due to injury (foot) ... (vs. UVA) ... 
caught his first pass of the season, a one-yard reception ... 
(vs. GT) ... saw first game action of the season but did not 
record any statistics. 



Receiving 


G-GS 


Rec. 


Yds. 


Avg. 


TD Long 


2006 


3-0 


1 


1 


1.0 


1 


Career 


24-2 


20 


187 


94 


1 18 



„-_., ,_, EDWIN 




C- 6-2 «318 -So. 
Washington, D.C. 
(DeMatha HS) 



A second-year player who established himself as the 
starting center this season ... started every game this 
season ... has impressed coaches with his strength and 
work ethic ... Season: (vs. WF) ... started and was in on 53 
plays with two big blocks ... (vs. BC) ... started and was in 
on a team-high 78 plays ... (vs. Miami) ... started and was 
in on 35 plays ... (vs. Clemson) ... played on a team-high 
59 plays ... (vs. FSU) .. . started and was in on 50 plays ... 
(vs. NC St.) ... started and was in on 50 plays ... (vs. UVA) 
... saw action on a team-high 59 plays ... (vs. GT) ... started 
and was in on 56 plays, with no sacks allowed ... (vs. FIU) 
... started at center and was in on a team-high 73 plays, 
with one big block ... (vs. WVU) ... started at center and was 
in on 71 plays ... (vs. W&M) ... first career start ... posted 
one big block in 51 plays. 




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ISAIAH 

mymMjy 




6-2 • 200 • So. 
Montclair, N.J. 
(Bergen Catholic HS) 

A blazing-fast wide receiver who has started every game 
this season ... has grabbed three touchdowns en route 
to becoming the team's fourth-leading receiver with 25 
receptions ... Season: (vs. WF) ... caught three passes 
for 65 yards and a touchdown ... the score came from five 
yards out after a 48-yard catch he made earlier in the drive 
... (vs. BC) ... caught two passes for 41 yards ... (vs. Miami) 
... played but did not record any statistics ... (vs. Clemson) 
... caught five passes for 66 yards ... (vs. FSU) ... caught 
two passes for 12 yards ... (vs. UVA) ... caught one pass 
for 13 yards ... (vs. Fill) ... caught four passes for 27 yards 
and his second career touchdown ... the score came on a 
five-yard strike with 10 seconds to go in the first half as he 
snuck his feet inside the pylon on the left side on a third 
down ... (vs. WVU) ... posted four receptions for 53 yards 
and his first career touchdown ... the touchdown came on 
a 35-yard pass which he pulled in after it fell out of the 
defender's hands ... (vs. W&M) ... caught two balls for 47 
yards ... first multi-reception game of his career ... set up a 
three-yard TD run by Lance Ball by streaking down the left 
sideline for a career-long 47 yards on a Hollenbach pass. 



Receiving 


G-GS 


Rec 


Yds 


Avg. 


TD Long 


2006 


12-12 


25 


355 


14,2 


3 48 


Career 


16-12 


26 


359 


13.8 


3 48 







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t 


^^ 



can^S 




CB'5-9' 187-Sr. 

Upper Marlboro, Md. 
(DeMatha HS) 



One of the most complete cornerbacks in the conference ... 
earned honorable mention AII-ACC honors this season ... 
one of the leaders of the defense who has also contributed 
as a kick returner ... has two sacks along with a team-high 
12 pass breakups ... ranks 10th in the nation and third in 
the conference with his 28.1-yard kick return average ... 
has already set the Maryland single-season kickoff return 
yardage record (844) ... this season's kickoff return average 
ranks second in school history (31 .0 by John Schultz, 1 975) 
... voted to the ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District 
team ... scheduled to play in the 2007 Senior Bowl ... 
Season: (vs. WF) ... recorded six tackles (five solo) ... (vs. 
BC) ... notched three solo tackles ... (vs. Miami) ... posted 
four tackles (two solo) and five pass breakups, including 
one that halted a potential scoring drive ... (vs. Clemson) 
... notched seven solo tackles ... one of his tackles saved a 
touchdown as he brought down the runner in the open-field 
at the MD 33 ... (vs. FSU) ... recorded three tackles (two 
solo) and broke up a sure touchdown pass in the end zone 
in the third quarter ... (vs. NC St.) ... recorded five tackles 
(four solo) including his first and second sacks of the 



season ... overall, notched 2.5 TFL ... (vs. UVA) ... notched 
three solo tackles ... made arguably the game's deciding 
play, breaking up the Cavs' two-point conversion attempt 
in the fourth quarter, sealing the game's final score ... also 
returned four kicks for a 27.3-yard average ... (vs. GT) ... 
silenced the hostile crowd with his 100-yard kickoff return 
for a touchdown in the first quarter ... accomplished the feat 
for only the third time in school history ... also notched five 
tackles and two pass breakups on defense ... (vs. FIU) ... 
notched three solo tackles ... tackled the ball-carrier at the 
five-yard line, preventing the tying touchdown score ... (vs. 
Ml) ... recorded seven tackles, four solo, as well as a pass 
breakup ... also returned two kickoffs for 87 yards, including 
a 61-yarder down the right sideline on the opening kickoff 
... (vs. W&M) ... posted four tackles and a team-high two 
pass breakups ... blocked a punt in the first quarter, setting 
up the Terps' first score. 



Defense 


G-GS 


UT 


AT 


TT TFL Sacks 


FC FR PBU Int. 


2006 


12-12 


43 


9 


52 2 5-9 2 0-7 


12 


Career 


45-27 


99 


55 


154 6 0-26 4 0-19 


2 20 1 




1 401 



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i i :«( n v v, v/ 

rT ^DONNIE 




0G • 6-3 • 289 • Jr. 
Dade City, Fla. 
(Thomas Jefferson HS) 



One of the team's leading offensive lineman this season 
who missed just one game after suffering an injury in the 
Miami contest ... a smart football player who was the team's 
highest-rated offensive lineman a year ago ... Season: (vs. 
WF) ... saw action on three plays, with two big blocks ... (vs. 
BC) ... did not play ... (vs. Miami) ... started and recorded 
the team's highest grade before leaving the game with a 
neck injury ... (vs. Clemson) ... was in on 31 plays ... (vs. 
FSU) ... started and allowed no sacks or penalties ... (vs. 
NC St.) ... started and was in on 34 plays ... (vs. GT) ... 
started and notched five big blocks, as well as no sacks 
allowed or missed assignments ... (vs. FIU) ... started at left 
guard and posted the team's highest offensive line grade ... 
(vs. WVU) ... started at left guard and was in on 62 plays 
... (vs. W&M) ... started the game at left guard ... recorded 
three pancake blocks in helping lead Keon Lattimore and 
Lance Ball to over 86 yards apiece and a team rushing 
total of 213 yards ... posted the team's highest mark for the 
game ... did not surrender a sack or get called for a penalty 
or missed assignment. 



SS • 5-10- 202 -Sr. 

Washington, D.C. 

(Dunbar HS) 



A senior who has started 11 games as the strong safety 
and is the team's fourth-leading tackier ... recovered two 
fumbles and forced another this season ... Season: (vs. 
WFj ... posted a career-high 10 tackles (four solo) ... (vs. 
Miami) ... notched eight tackles (three solo) ... (vs. Clemson) 
. recorded nine tackles (five solo) ... (vs. FSU) ... notched 
seven tackles (two solo) and a half-TFL ... (vs. NC St.) ... 
posted six tackles (three solo) ... forced and recovered a 
fumble in the third quarter which set up a TD ... (vs. UVA) ... 
notched four tackles (three solo) and a pass breakup ... (vs. 
GT) ... finished with five tackles (four solo) and a fumble 
recovery for six yards ... (vs. FIU) ... notched three tackles, 
one solo ... (vs. WVU) ... posted four tackles, two solo ... 
(vs. W&M) ... recorded four tackles and the first two pass 
breakups of his career ... the first pass he broke up ended 
William & Mary's first offensive series. 



Defense 


G-GS 


UT AT 


TT TFL Sacks FC FR PBU 


Inl 


.-■ 


11-11 


33 35 


68 0.5-1 0-0 1 2 3 





Career 


25-11 


44 41 


85 1.0-1 0-0 12 3 







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TERRAPIN PROFILES 



David Akalu 
TB • 5-8 • 1 84 ■ Fr -HS 

Rockville, Md 
Bethesda-Chevy Chase HS 




Garnck Clig 

OG-64-296-Jr-1V 

Port Orange, Fla 

Spruce Creek HS 




Deege Gait 

DE • 6-4 • 254 • Fr.-RS 
Silver Spring, Md 
Good Counsel HS 



Jared Baum 
DB-6-0-200-Fr-RS 

Bel Air, Md 
Archbishop Curley HS 




Chris Clinton 
LB • 6-2 • 245 • Fr -HS 

Lakeland, Fla, 
Evangel Christian HS/ 

Fork Union Milit. 




Tommy Gait 
TE * 6-5 • 253 • Fr -RS 

Silver Spring, Md 
Good Counsel HS 




Scott Burley 
OT • 6-5 • 326 • Jr.-2V 

Baltimore, Md 
Woodlawn HS 




Phil Costa 
C-6-2-299-Fr-RS 

Moorestown, N J 
Holy Cross HS 




Greg Gaston 
PK-5-9- 181 -Fr-RS 

Memphis, Tenn. 
Christian Brothers HS 




T.D Callahan 
LB • 6-0 • 227 • Jr -SQ 

Bel Air, Md 
John Carroll HS 




Brian Dickerson 

LB-5-10-207-SO.-SQ 

Bethesda, Md 

Walt Whitman HS 




Drew Gloster 
TE • 6-3 • 225 • Fr -HS 

Germantown, Md 
Good Counsel HS 




Adrian Cannon 

WR-6-3-200-Fr-HS 
Pontiac, Mich. 
Avondale HS 




Evan Eastburn 
C • 6-2 • 290 • Fr.-HS 

Boulder, Colo, 
Fairview HS 




Matt Goldberg 

WR- 6-2 -187 -So-SO 

Baltimore, Md 

Mount St. Joseph HS 




Jeff Clement 
LB-6-2-231 -Fr-RS 

Westville, N.J. 
Deptford HS 




Danny Edwards 

OL- 6-1 -275 -Fr.-HS 

Frederick, Md 

Tuscarora HS 




Morgan Green 
TB • 5-11 -213 • Fr-HS 

White Plains, Md 
Lackey HS/Hargrave Mill! 




Kevin Gresham 

WR-5-11 • 170-So-Tr 

Lothian, Md 

Riverdale Baptist HS/Cheyney Univ. 




Jack Griffin 
OT • 6-7 ■ 294 • Jr.-2V 

Enfield, Conn, 
Enfield HS 




Chris Gronkowski 
FB-6-2-245-Fr-RS 

Amherst, NY 
Williams* North HS 




Matthew Harraka 

OL • 6-3 • 265 • Fr.-HS 

Ijamsville, Md 

St. John's College HS 




Jared Harrell 
LEO -6-4 -231 -Fr.-RS 

Milton, Mass 
Tabor Academy 




Emen Hon 

WR-5-8-165-SO-SQ 

Laurel, Md 

Laurel HS 




Travis Ivey 
DT • 6-4 • 311- Fr.-RS 

Riverdale, Md. 
Riverdale Baptist HS 




Brandon Jackson-Mills 

CB- 5-11 -160 -Fr.-HS 

Germanlown, Md 

Northwest HS 




Adam Kareem 

CB- 5-9- 187 -Fr.-RS 

Baltimore, Md 

Baltimore Polytechnic Inst, 




Emani Lee-Odai 

WR- 6-3 -180 • Fr.-HS 

Washington, DC 

Anacostia HS 




Jermaine Lemons 
LEO-6-2-254-Jr-1V 

Tampa, Fla 
Thomas Jefferson HS 




Jamari McCollough 

CB -5-11- 194 • Fr RS 

Baltimore, Md 

Randallstown HS 



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Brendan McDermond 
LS-6-2-251 ■ - --■. 

Columbia. Md. 

River Hill HS 




Lee Oliver 

OG-6-2-298-SO-SQ 

Germantown. Md. 

Northwestern HS 



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Caleb Morris 

P- 60 -200 -Fr.-HS 

Coudersporl, Pa 

Coudersporl HS 




Steve Pfister 
LB-6-2-217-Fr-RS 

Columbia. Md. 
Mount St. Joseph HS 







Adrian Moten 
LB • 6-1 • 210 • Fr.-HS 
md, Md. 
Gwynn Park HS 



Dean Muhtadi 

DL-6-3-295-So-TR 

Alexandna. Va 

TC Williams HS/C Newport Univ 



Colin Nelson 

DB • 5-10- 183 ■ Jr -RS 

Landover, Md. 

Eleanor Roosevelt/McOaniel College 



Brandon Nixon 
OT-6-6- 

m, Pa. 

a G"s':.'.-~; 




Paul Pinegar 
OT- 5-3- 270- Fr.-HS 

: ■■-.■:'.'• 
Sherwood HS 




Josh Ports 

QB-6-3-200-SO.-TR 

Woodland Hills, Calif 

W.H TaflHS/Florida 




Greg Powell 

WR • 5-11- 187 -Sr.-1V 

Annapolis, Md. 




Jeremy Ricker 

QB- 6-2 -201 -Fr.-HS 

Hummelstown. Pa 

Bishop McDevitt HS 



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Chris Roberts 

PK-6-1-194-SO.-1V 

Faltston. Md. 

John Carroll HS/Kings College 




Kyle Sappington 

OL-64-310-Fr-HS 

Phoenix, Md. 
Stephen Decatur HS 




Omarr Savage 
DE • 6-5 • 284 • Jr.-2V 

Piscataway. N.J 
Piscataway HS 




Andrew Schmitt 
LS-6fl-230-So.-1V 

Derry, Pa 
Deny Area HS 




Alex Schultz 
LB • 6-1 • 234 ■ Fr.-RS 

Gretna, La 
DeLaSalle HS/Towson 




Da'Rel Scott 

TB- 64 -185 -Fr.-HS 

Conshohocken Pa 

Plymouth-Whilemarsh HS 







Bobby Sheahin 
QB • 6-1 • 172 • So.-RS 

3'c:'. e ',': 
Sherwood HS/WVU 




Terrell Skinner 

DB- 6-2 -205 -Fr.-RS 

St. Petersburg, Fla. 

Boca Dega HS 




Stephen Smalls 
WR ■ 6-1 • 190 • Fr.-HS 

Lancaster, Pa. 
Conestoga Valley HS 




Taji Thornton 

CB-6-1-180---HS 





Chris Turner 
QB- 6-3 -217 -Fr.-RS 
S ~ 
Chaminade HS 



Pha'Terrell Washington 

CB-60-185- : --': 

White Plains, Md. 

WesOake HS 




Brian Whitmore 

LEO • 6-3 • 240 • Fr.-HS 

Chesapeake. Va. 

Oscar F. Smith HS 




LaQuan Williams 
CB- 6-1 -175 -Fr.-HS 

Baltimore. Md. 

= 3'~:'e -: ,*r:~" : -5 




Anthony Wiseman 

CB-5-9- 185-Fr-RS 

Silver Hill. Md, 

DeMatha HS 




Alex Wujciak 

LB-63-235- r -. ; 

WestCaldwe: NJ 

Setor Ha Prer. 



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CHAMPS SPORTS BOWL GUIDE 



2006 STATISTICS 



■JTAHT.MB 



2006 SEASON STATISTICS 



RESULTS 

RECORD 


OVERALL 


HOME 


AWAY 




NEUTRAL 


ALL GAMES 




8-4 


6-1 




2-3 




0-0 




CONFERENCE 




5-3 


3-1 




2-2 




0-0 




NON-CONFERENCE 


3-1 


3-0 




0-1 




0-0 




Date 


Ranking 
Md Opp 


Opponent 


W/L, Score 


Overall 


ACC 


Time 


Attend 


Sep 2 


-In 
-In 
-In 


-/- 

-/-- 
5/5 


WILLIAM & MARY IESPN!m 




W, 27-14 


1-0 


0-0 


2 43 


49,763 


Sep 9 


MIDDLE TENNESSEE 




W, 24-10 


2-0 


0-0 


2 46 


47,704 


Sep 14 


at West Virginia (ESPNI 




L, 24-45 


2-1 


0-0 


3:21 


60,513 


Sep 23 


../.. 


-/- 


FLORIDA |NTL< ES ™« 




W, 14-10 


3-1 


0-0 


3:07 


45.317 


Oct? 


-/- 


18 20 


at Georqia Tech* i ESPNU ' 




L, 23-27 


3-2 


0-1 


3:22 


51,686 


Oct 14 


-/- 


-/- 


atVirqinia ,|ESPB3601 




W 28-26 


4-2 


1-1 


2:59 


59,367 


Oct 21 


../.. 


_;_ 


NC STATE* if siiw-i 




W, 26-20 


5-2 


2-1 


3:00 


50 230 


Oct 28 


-/- 


--/- 


FLORIDA STATE* IESPm 




W, 27-24 


6-2 


3-1 


3 25 


50,517 


Nov 4 


rv/rv 


19/19 


atClemson** 3 " 01 




W, 13-12 


7-2 


4-1 


3:19 


79,000 


Nov 11 


23/24 


..;- 


MIAMI' 




VV 14-13 


8-2 


5-1 


2:58 


50,721 


Nov 18 


21/21 


20 20 


at Boston Colleqe' |ESPBI 




L, 16-38 


8-3 


5-2 


3:18 


44,500 


Nov 25 


rv/rv 


20/20 


WAKE FOREST* i ESPBI 




L, 24-38 


8-4 


5-3 


3:12 


51,500 



'denotes Atlantic 
date of the game 



Coast Conference game Rankings listed 
or in case of future opponents, are current 



as AP / ESPN-USA Today and are correct as to the 
rankings 



TEAM STATISTICS 





MD 


OPP 


SCORING 


260 


277 


Points Pe: Game 


217 


23.1 


FIRST DOWNS 


200 


224 


Rushing 


86 


103 


Passinq 


100 


107 


Penally 


14 


14 


RUSHING YARDAGE 


1,494 


2,097 


Yards qained rushinq 


1 771 


2,310 


Yards lost rushing 


277 


213 


Rushing Attempts 


400 


443 


Average Per Rush 


3.7 


4.7 


Average Per Game 


124 5 


174.8 


TDs Rushing 


13 


16 


PASSING YARDAGE 


2,157 


2,306 


Att-Comp-Int 


311-189-12 


330-192-7 


Average Per Pass 


6.9 


7.0 


Average Per Catch 


11.4 


12.0 


Average Per Game 


1798 


192.2 


T Ds Passing 


14 


13 


TOTAL OFFENSE 


3,651 


4.403 


Total Plays 


711 


778 


Average Per Play 


5.1 


5.7 


Average Per Game 


304.2 


366.9 


KICK RETURNS: #- YARDS 


45-1 ,041 ■ 


42-876 


PUNT RETURNS: #- YARDS 


27-242 


18-250 


INT RETURNS: ft- YARDS 


7-76 


12-187 


KICK RETURN AVERAGE 


23.1 


20.9 


PUNT RETURN AVERAGE 


9.0 


13.9 


INT RETURN AVERAGE 


10.9 


1 5.6 


FUMBLES-LOST 


18-11 


14-8 


PENALTIES-YARDS 


51-447 


71-564 


Average Per Game 


37.2 


470 


PUNTS-YARDS 


52-2,243 


55-2,054 


Average Per Punt 


43.1 


37 3 


Nel punt average 


35.6 


315 


TIME OF POSSESSION/GAME 


28:48 


31:12 


3RD-DOWN CONVERSIONS 


49/141 


71/167 


3rd-Down Pel 


35°',, 


'■ 


4TH-DOWN CONVERSIONS 


7/14 


6/14 


4th-Down Pel 


50% 


43% 


SACKS BY-YARDS 


17-77 


19-125 


MISC YARDS 


" 


-8 


TOUCHDOWNS SCORED 


29 


34 


FIELD GOALS-ATT 




14-20 


PAT-ATTEMPTS 


29-29 


31-32 


ATTENDANCE 


345,752 


295,066 


Games/Avg Per Game 


7/49,393 


5/59,013 





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RUSHING 

G 


Att 


Gain Loss 


Net 


Avg 


TD 




Lq 


Avg/G 


Lance Ball 


12 


156 


757 40 


717 


4.6 


8 




42 


59.8 


Keon Lattimore 


12 


140 


694 36 


658 


4.7 


3 




56 


54.8 


losh Allen 


12 


33 


109 11 


98 


3.0 







14 


8.2 


Danny Oquendo 


12 


3 


39 16 


23 


7.7 







21 


1.9 


Tin- Cesa 


8 


1 


11 


11 


11.0 







11 


1.4 


Darrius Heyward-Bey 


12 


5 


14 9 


5 


1.0 







9 


0.4 


J.P Humber 


7 


1 


2 


2 


2 







2 


3 


Sam Hollenbach 


12 


47 


I36 134 


2 


0.0 


2 




28 


0.2 


Jordan Steffy 


1 


2 


1 1 





0.0 







1 


0.0 


TEAM 


12 


12 


8 30 


■22 


-1.8 







8 


-1.8 


Total 


12 


400 


1771 277 


1494 


3.7 


13 




56 


124.5 


Opponents 


12 


448 


2310 213 


2097 


4.7 


16 




52 


174.8 


PASSING 

G 


Effic 


Att-Cmp-Int 


Pet 


Yds 


TD 




Lfl 


Avg/G 


Sam Hollenbach 


12 


128.07 


188-304-11 


618 


2 1 48 


13 




96 


179.0 


Jordan Steffy 


1 


-40 00 


0-5-1 


0.0 













00 


Josh Allen 


12 


505.60 


1-1-0 


100.0 


9 


1 




9 


0.8 


TEAM 


12 


00 


0-1-0 


0.0 













0.0 


Total 


12 


126.17 


189-311-12 


60 8 


2157 


14 




96 


179.8 


Opponents 


12 


125 64 


192-330-7 


58.2 


2306 


13 




89 


192.2 


RECEIVING 

G 


No 


Yds 


Avg 


TD 




Lq 




Avg/G 


Darrius Heyward-Bey 


12 


41 


613 


15.0 


4 




96 




51.1 


Joey Haynos 


12 


34 


338 


9.9 


2 




42 




28 2 


Danny Oquendo 


12 


31 


336 


10 8 


2 




38 




28.0 


Isaiah Williams 


12 


25 


355 


14.2 


3 




48 




29.6 


Keon Lattimore 


12 


20 


210 


10.5 







34 




17.5 


Jason Goode 


12 


12 


148 


12 3 







57 




12.3 


Lance Bali 


12 


10 


56 


5.6 







11 




4.7 


Josh Allen 


12 


9 


57 


6.3 


2 




21 




4.8 


Cory Jackson 


11 


3 


23 


7.7 







13 




2.1 


Dan Gronkowski 


11 


2 


11 


5.5 


1 




9 




1.0 


Tim Cesa 


8 


1 


9 


9.0 







9 




1.1 


Drew Wealherly 


3 


1 


' 


1.0 







1 




0.3 


Total 


12 


189 


2157 


11.4 


14 




96 




179.8 


Opponents 


12 


192 


2306 


120 


13 




89 




192 2 


PUNTING 

No. 


Yds 


Avg Long 


TB FC 


50+ 


120 


Blkd 


Adam Podlesh 


52 


224': 


43.1 


62 


7 17 




2 


21 





Opponents 


55 


2054 


37.3 


61 


4 3 




6 


15 


1 



PUNT RETURNS 

No. Yds Avg TD 


Long 


Danny Oquendo 25 222 8.9 


45 


Josh Wilson 1 12 12.0 





Isaiah Gardner 1 8 8.0 


8 


Total 27 242 9.0 


45 


Opponents 18 250 13.9 1 


65 


INTERCEPTIONS 

No. Yds Avg TD 


Long 


Erin Henderson 2 49 24.5 1 


45 


J J Justice 2 21 10.5 


15 


Isaiah Gardner 1 4 4.0 


4 


Christian Varner 1 2 2.0 


2 


Trey Covinqton 1 0.0 





Total 7 76 10.9 1 


45 


Opponents 12 187 15.6 1 


58 



KICK RETURNS 



No. Yds Avg 


TD Long 


Josh Wilson 30 844 281 


1 100 


Danny Oquendo 7 108 15.4 


18 


Nolan Carroll 5 60 12.0 


17 


Tim Cesa 2 22 11.0 


11 


Joey Haynos 1 7 7 


7 


Total 45 1041 23.1 


1 100 


Opponents 42 876 20.9 


1 96 


FUMSLE RETURNS 

No Yds Avg TD Long 


Marcus Wimbush 1 6 60 


6 


Total 1 6 6.0 


6 


Opponents 2 52 26.0 


2 38 



SCORE BY QTRS 


1ST 


2ND 


3RD 


4TH 


OT 


TOTAL 


Maryland 


65 




67 


41 




260 


Opponents 






44 


65 




277 



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2006 STATISTICS 



2006 MARYLAND FOOTBALL 
CHAMPS SPORTS BOWL GUIDE 




SCORING 



• PATs ■ 





TD 


FGs 


Kick Rush 


Rev 


Pass 


DXP 


Saf 


Points 


Dan Ennis 





19-23 


29-29 


0-0 





0-0 








86 


Lance Ball 


8 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 








48 


Darnus Heyward-Bey 


4 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 





. 


24 


Keon Laltimore 


3 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 








18 


Isaiah Williams 


3 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 








18 


Sam Hollenbach 


2 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 








12 


Joey Haynos 


2 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 








12 


Josh Allen 


2 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 








12 


Danny Oquendo 


2 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 








12 


Josh Wilson 


1 


O-l 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 








6 


Erin Henderson 


1 


mi 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 








6 


Dan Gronkowski 


1 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 








6 


Total 


29 


19-23 


29-29 


0-0 





0-0 








260 


Opponents 


34 


14-20 


31-32 


0-0 





0-2 








277 


ALL PUR 


.PC 

G 

12 


»SE 

Rush 

658 


Rec 

210 




PR 


KOR 


IR 


Tot 


Avg/G 


Keon Laltimore 













868 


72.3 


Josh Wilson 


12 










12 


844 





856 


71.3 


Lance Ball 


12 


717 


56 













773 


64.4 


Danny Oquendo 


12 


23 


336 




222 


108 





689 


£ .?J 


Darnus Heyward-Bey 


12 


5 


613 













618 


51.5 


Isaiah Williams 


12 





355 













355 


29 6 


Joey Haynos 


12 





338 







7 





845 


28 8 


Josh Allen 


12 


98 


57 













155 


12 9 


Jason Goode 


12 





148 













148 


123 


Total 


12 


1494 


2157 




242 


1041 


76 


5010 


417.5 


Opponents 


12 


2097 


2306 




250 


876 


187 


5716 


476 3 



TOTAL OFFENSE 

G Plays 


Rush 


Pass 


Total 




Avg/G 


Sam Hollenbach 




12 




2 


2148 


2150 






Lance Ball 




12 


156 


717 





717 






Keon Lattimore 




12 


140 


658 









548 


Josh Allen 




12 


34 


98 


9 






89 


Total 




12 


711 


1494 


2157 


3651 




304.2 


Opponents 




12 


778 


2097 


2306 


4403 




366.9 


KICKOFFS 


No. 


Yds 


Avg TB 


OB 


Retn 


Net 


YdLn 


Obi Egekeze 




41 


2542 


620 14 











Chris Roberts 




17 


962 


566 1 











Total 




58 


3504 


60 4 15 





876 


401 


24 


Opponents 




58 


3231 


55.7 10 


1 


1041 


34.3 


30 


FIELD GOALS 

FGM-FGA Pet 


01-19 20-29 30-39 


40-49 


50-99 


i-q 


Blk 


Dan Ennis 


19-23 


82 6 


2-2 


5-5 9-11 




0-0 


46 





Opponenls 


14-20 


70 


0-0 


9-9 4-5 


1-4 


0-2 


42 


1 


FG SEQUENCE 






Maryland 




Opponents 






William S Mary 


















Middle Tennessee 






137,1141 






(42) 






West Virginia 






(28) 






(29l 






Florida International 






47 






(26] 






Georgia Tech 






(181.(461.(32) 






41 31 






Virginia 






30 




(26) (25) E 






NC State 




(32),(2 












Florida Slale 






(38),I39) 






124,46 






Clemson 






(31).(31) 




(271,(32), 


251.(22) 






Miami 










50.(32)125) 




Boston College 






(29).(37).(46) 






42.2! 






Wake Foresl 






(26) 






(36) 







Numbers in (parentheses) indicate field goal was made 



DEFENSE 







I 


Tackles 


I 


|-Sacks-| 


No-Yds 


|— Pass Def 


"I 




I 


Fumbles — | 


Blkd 
Kick 






GP 


Solo 


Ast 


Total 


TFUYds 


Int-Yds 


BrUp 


QBH 


Rcv-Yds FF 


Saf 


1 Erin Henderson 


12 


51 


59 


110 


65-13 


1.0-5 


249 


1 






2 


- 


- 


35 Wesley Jefferson 


12 


47 


60 


107 


10.0-38 


3 0-21 


- 


- 


8 


1-0 








54 David Holloway 


12 


36 


34 


70 


4.5-18 


1.5-5 


- 


- 


2 




1 






12 Marcus Wimbush 


12 


29 


35 


64 


1.0-1 


.. 


_ 


4 




2-6 


1 






5 Isaiah Gardner 


12 


36 


21 


57 


- 


- 


1-4 


4 




1-0 


1 




- 


3 Chnstian Vamer 


12 


34 


21 


55 


1.0-3 


- 


1-2 


3 










- 


4 Josh Wilson 


12 


41 


11 


52 


2.5-9 


2.0-7 


- 


12 


1 






1 


- 


)2 Dre Moore 


12 


22 


23 


4 C ' 


7.5-15 


3 5-6 


- 


1 


4 








- 


40 Jeremy Navarre 


12 


14 


30 


44 


8.5-31 


3.5-17 


- 


1 


4 




1 






55 Trey Covington 


12 


13 


27 


40 


15-8 


15-8 


1-0 


3 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


95 Conrad Bolston 


12 


10 


21 


31 


2 5-7 


5-3 


- 


1 


3 


_ 




- 


- 


34 Dave Phihslin 


12 


14 


11 


25 


5 5-15 


- 


- 


1 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 



30 J J Justice 


12 


13 


8 


21 


- 


- 


2-21 


1 


- 


1-0 


- 


- 


4- Moses Fokou 


12 


11 


9 


20 


1.5-3 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2 


- 


66 Carlos Feliciano 


12 


5 


14 


19 


0.5-5 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


1 



29 Jeff Allen 


12 


8 


4 


12 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


43 Rick Costa 


12 


7 


5 


12 


2 0-11 


0.5-5 


.. 


- 


1 


2-0 


- 


- 


- 


2 Kevin Barnes 


12 


9 


2 


11 


- 


- 


.. 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


91 Mack Frost 


12 


6 


2 


8 


- 


- 


- 




1 


1-0 


- 


- 


- 


42 Chase Bullock 


6 


4 


4 


8 


- 


- 


- 








- 


- 


- 


93 BarrodHeqqs 


7 


5 


2 


7 


5-2 


- 


- 


- 


2 




- 


- 


- 


88 Greq Powell 


12 


5 


2 


7 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




1 


- 


- 


9 Richard Taylor 


12 


4 


2 


6 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 




- 


- 


17 Dam, Oquendc 


12 


3 


1 


4 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


38 Cory Jackson 


11 


3 


- 


3 


- 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


98 OmarrSavaqe 


4 




2 


3 


0.5-1 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


33 Josh Allen 


12 




- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


25 Colin Nelson 


2 




- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


78 Jared Gaither 


11 




- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


J6 Adam Podlesh 


12 




- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


8 Darnus Heyward-Bey 


12 




- 




- 


- 


— 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


84 Isaiah Williams 


12 


1 


_ 




_ 


- 


- 




- 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 


60 Edwin Williams 


12 




- 




- 


- 


- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


14 Sam Hollenbach 


12 




- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Total 


12 


439 


410 


849 


56-180 


17-77 


7-76 


34 


30 


8-6 


10 


3 


- 


Opponents 


12 


388 


407 


795 


67-225 


19-125 


12-187 


34 


13 


11-52 


7 


- 


- 



BLOCKED KICKS 

4-Josn Wilson (punt vs William S Mary) 
68-Carios Feliciano (PAT vs NC State) 
40-Jeremy Navarre (FG vs Flonda Slate) 



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2006 STATISTICS 



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OFFENSIVE GAME-BY-GAME 



RUSHING 



TC-Yds./TD 

William 8 Mary 
Middle Tenn. 


#7 Humber 


#8 Heyward-Bey 


#14Hollenbach 


#17 0quendo 


#19 Steffy 


#21 Lattimore 


#33 Js.Allen 


#44 Ball 


■Jill 


1-2/0 


1-1/0 


■■11 '0 


0-0/0 


2-0/0 


1 3 89 ' ' 


6-25/0 


15-86/2 


0-0/0 


0-0/0 


4-1 9) I 1 


0-0 / 


dnp-cd 


13-86/0 


2-1/0 


14-58/2 


al West Virginia 


0-0/0 


l-(-4)/0 


2-7/0 


1-21/0 


dnp-cd 


1542/0 


2-6/0 


12-50 1 


Florida Internal! 


0-0/0 


o-o / o 


4-(-20) /0 


0-0/0 


dnp-cd 


8-38/0 


9-17/0 


19-82/0 


at Georgia Tech 


0-0/0 


0-0/0 


7-(-31) 10 


0-0/0 


dnp-cd 


5-2/0 


0-0 / 


23-116/0 


at Virginia 


0-0/0 


0-0/0 


4-(-15) /1 


0-0/0 


dnp-cd 


15-114/1 


1-3/0 


12-76/1 


NC State 


0-0/0 


1-(-5) /0 


7-62/0 


0-0/0 


dnp-cd 


10-35/0 


1-3/0 


17-77/1 


Florida State 


dnp-inj 


0-0 / 


3+22) /0 


1-18/0 


dnp-cd 


10-43/ 


5-18/0 


11 39/0 


at Clemson 


dnp-inj 


0-0/0 


8- 1 1 / 


0-0 / 


dnp-cd 


10-38/0 


0-0/0 


10-5/0 


Miami 


dnp-inj 


0-0/0 


i-H)/o 


0-0/0 


dnp-cd 


5-12/0 


3-13/0 


10-41 


al Boston Coil- 


dnp-inj 


1-4/0 


3-10/0 


1-(-16)/0 


dnp-cd 


13-40/0 


4 12 


7-23/0 


M ii/''"-'i 


Wake Forest 


dnp-inj 


1-9/0 


3-2/0 


0-0/0 


dnp-cd 


23-119/1 


0-0/0 


6-64/1 







RECEIVING 



Rec-Yds. / TD 


#8 Heyward-Bey 


#11 Weatherly 


#13 0.Grnkwski 


#15Goode 


#17 0quendo 


#21 Lattimore I 


_ 

nmmw M 
m ¥ *i 1 


William & Mary 


0-0 ; 


dnp-inj 


1-9/0 


0-0 / 


3-55 / 


0-0 / 


Middle Tenn. 


1-19/0 


dnp-inj 


0-0/0 


0-0/0 


2-15/0 


2-20/0 


at West Virginia 


5-49/0 


dnp-inj 


0-0 / 


0-0/0 


3-40/0 


2-6/0 Ufe* 


Flonda Internal! 


4-35/0 


dnp-inj 


0-0/0 


0-0/0 


3-36/0 


1-6/0 y^ 


at Georgia Tech 


5-111/0 


0-0/0 


0-0/0 


4-33/0 


2-21/0 


1-10/0 P\_vl 


at Virginia 


5-39/0 


1-1 


0-0/0 


1-13 


3-41 


i «M 


NC Stale 


2-36/0 


dnp-inj 


0-0/0 


1-3/0 


0-0/0 


3-72/0 


Florida State 


3-57 1 2 


dnp-inj 


1-2/1 


0-0 / 


o-o ; o 


2-25/0 


al Clemson 


4-18/0 


dnp-inj 


0-0/0 


1-75/0 


5 16 1 


o-o/o , _Jr< 


Miami 


5-175/2 


dnp-inj 


0-0/0 


1-(-2)/0 


2-16/0 


0-0/0 W 


at Boston Coll 


4-37/0 


dnp-inj 


0-0 ' 


1-7/0 


6-65/1 


6-34/0 L 1 


Wake Forest 


3-37/0 


0-0/0 


0-0 / 


1-19/0 


2-11/0 


L^rf* 


|fl ff HV I'l'.'/'l'i'ij ■ \'t 



Rec-Yds. /TD 

William I Mary 
Middle Tenn. 



at West Virginia 



Florida Internal'! 
at Georgia Tech 
at Virginia 
NC Slate 
Flonda Stale 



at Clemson 



Miami 

at Boston Coll 

Wake Forest 



#32 Cesa 



0-0/0 



1-9/0 



0-0/0 



0-0/0 



0-0/0 



0-0/0 



0-0/0 



#33 Js.Allen 
2-0/0 



0-0/0 



0-0/0 



3-43 / 1 



1-(-2) 10 



0-0/0 



1-4/1 



0-0/0 



1-9/0 



dnp-inj 



dnp-inj 



dnp-inj 



dnp-inj 



0-0/0 



1-3/0 



0-0/0 



0-0/0 



#38 Jackson 

0-0 / 



0-0/0 



dnp-cd 



0-0/0 



0-0/0 



0-0/0 



0-0/0 



1-6/0 



0-0/0 



0-0/0 



1-13/0 



1-4/0 



#44 Ball 
0-0/0 



0-0/0 



2-12/0 



1-1/0 



1-4/0 



1-(-1)/0 



0-0/0 



1-11/0 



ll-ll.ll 



0-0 Mi 



2-16/0 



2-13/0 



#80 Haynos 

1-42/0 



3-45/0 



8-51 / 1 



I II) I) 



2-13/1 



2-28/0 



0-0/0 



1-9/0 



6-52/0 



2-10/0 



645/0 



2-33/0 




PASSING 






FIELD GOALS 


PUNTING 




A-C-I/Y/TD 


#14 Hollenbach 


#19 Steffy 




Made. Missed 


#22 Ennis 


No-Avg. / In20 


#36 Podlesh 


William & Mary 


14-9-0/153/0 


5-0-1/0/0 




William & Mary 


39g 25g 


William & Mary 


4462/3 


Middle Tenn. 


16-11-0/139/0 


dnp-cd 




Middle Tenn 


37g, 31wl, 43wl 


Middle Tenn 


2420/0 


at West Virginia 


45-24-2/211/2 


dnp-cd 




at Wesl Virginia 


28g 


al Wesl Virginia 


243.0/2 




Florida Internal! 


158/2 


dnp-cd 


Florida Internal! 


47wl 


Florida Internal!. 


742.6/3 




al Georgia Tech 


24-16-1/190/1 


dnp-cd 




at Georgia Tech 


18g. 46g, 32g 


al Georgia Tech 


345.7/1 




at Virginia 


28-17-1/171/0 


dnp-cd 




at Virginia 


30wr 


at Virginia 


3443/2 




NC Stale 


9- 7-0/115/1 


dnp-cd 




NC State 


32g.27g.40g.18g 


NC State 


4480/1 


Flonda State 


20-12-0/131/3 


dnp-cd 




Florida Stale 


38g. 39g 


Flonda Slate 


5448.2 


al Clemson 


247/1 


dnp-cd 


at Clemson 


31g,31g 


at Clemson 


6433/2 


Miami 


16-11-0/202/2 


dnp-cd 




Miami 


... 


Miami 


8415 4 


at Boston Coll 


42-27-2/249/0 


dnp-cd 




at Boston Coll. 


29g, 37g. 46g 


at Boston Coll 


3-38 3/0 


Wake Forest 


26-14-3/182/1 


dnp-cd 




Wake Forest 


26g 


Wake Fores! 


2-32 1 



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DEFENSIVE GAME-BY-GAME 



UT-AT-TT/Sk 
William 8. Mary 
Middle Term, 
al West Virginia 
Florida Internal 
al Georgia Tech 
at Virginia 
NC Slate 



Flonda State 



al Clemson 
Miami 

at Boston Coll 
Wake Forest 



UT-AT-TT / Sk 


#1 Henderson 


#2 Barnes 


S3 Vamer 


#4 Wilson 


#5 Gardner 


#9 Taylor 


#12Wimbush 




r 1 




William & Mary 


4-1-5/1.0 


0-1-1/0 


2-0-2/0 


3-1-4/0.0 


3-0-3 / 


3-0-3/0 


1-2-3/00 


Middle Tenn. 


5-2-7/0 


0-0-0 / 


5-1-6/0.0 


4-3-7/0 


4-4-8/0 


1 1 .' / 


0-0-0/00 


al West Virginia 


2-4-6/0.0 


1-0-1/00 


2-3-5/0 


2-0-2/0 


1-1-2/00 


0-0-0/00 


2-2-4/iin 


Florida Internat'l. 


0-2-2/0 


1-0-1/00 


1-1-2/00 


3-0-3/0 


2-0-2/0 


0-1-1/0 


1-2-3/0 


at Georgia Tech 
at Virginia 


5-3-8/00 


2-1-3/00 


3-1-4/0 


5-0-5/0 


4-1-5/00 





4-1-5/00 


4-6-10/00 


3-0-3/00 


3-1-4/00 


3-0-3/0 


0-3-3/0 


0-0-0/00 


3-1-4/00 


NC Slate 


3-7-10/0.0 


2-0-2/0.0 


2-2-4 / 00 


4-1-5/20 


3-2-5/0 


0-0-0/00 


3-3-6/00 


Florida Stale 


10-2-12/0.0 


0-0-0/0.0 


6-2-8/0 


2-1-3/00 


4-1-5/0 


0-0-0/00 


2-5-7/0 


al Clemson 


9-9-18/00 


0-0-0/0.0 


3-4-7/00 


7-0-7/0.0 


6-1-7/0 


0-0-0/0 


5-4-9/00 


Miami 


4-9-13/00 


0-0-0/0.0 


2-1-3/0.0 


2-2-4 / 


5-2-7/0 


0-0-0/0 


3-5-8/00 


al Boston Coll 


6-3-9/0.0 


0-0-0/0.0 


5-0-5/0.0 


3-0-3/0 


2-0-2/0 


0-0-0/0 


3-2-5/00 


Wake Forest 


3-8-11/0.0 


0-0-0/00 


0-5-5/0.0 


5-1-6/0 


4-4-8/0 


0-0-0/0.0 


4-6-10/0.0 


r~ 


II. I.'l'! '.<3 




Ma 



#29 Jf. Allen 

0-0-0 1 



1-0-1/0 
2-2-4/0 
0-0-0/0.0 



#30 Justice 

4-1-5 



1-0-1/0.0 



1-0-1/0.0 



0-1-1/0.0 



1-3-4/0.0 

0-0-0 / 
2-1-3:00 



3-0-3/0.0 



1 i' 1 0.0 



0-1-1/0.0 



1-0-1/0.0 



0-0-0/0 



2-0-2/0.0 



0-0-0/0 



0-0-0 .'0 
2-1-3/0,0 

0-1-1 ''0 



#34 Philistin 
4-3-7/0 
1-2-3/00 
1-1-2/0.0 
0-0-0/0.0 



#35 Jefferson 

6-5-11/10 



0-1-1/0.0 



2-0-2/00 



2-1-3/00 



1-1-2/00 



0-0-0/0 



0-0-0/0 



0-1-1/0 



2-1-3/00 

0-0-0 / 
2-0-2 / 



.14/ o :, 

0-6-6 ; 
4-3-7 • 



#40 Navarre 

0-1-1/00 



0-1-1/00 
0-4-4/0 



2-2-4/0.0 



6-3-9/1.0 



4-8-12/0.0 



1-4-5/0.0 



7-6-13/0.0 



1-1-2/10 



0-1-1/0.0 



#42 Bullock 

1-1-2/00 



1-1-2/00 



1-1-2/0 



dnp-cd 



dnp-cd 



0-0-0 ' 



0-4-4/0 



3-2-5/1.0 



O-O-O/O.O 



34-7 
7-7-14/0.5 

4-4-8 (111 



5-4-9/ 0C 



4-3-7/0 
0-5-5/0 5 
4-2-6/0 



dnp-cd 
dnp-cd 
dnp-cd 
dnp-cd 
dnp-cd 



#43 R.Costa 

1-0-1/0 



2-1-3/0.0 



0-0-0/0.0 



1-2-3/00 
1-1-2/00 
0-0-0 / 



2-1-3/0 5 
0-0-0 / 
0-0-0/0 
0-0-0 
0-0-0/0 



I-2-3/0 



1-1-2/00 



0-0-0/0 




UT-AT-TT/Sk 


#48 Fokou 


#54 Holloway 


#55 Covington 


#68 Feliciano 


#88 Powell 




William S Mary 


0-0-0/0 


1-34/0.0 


0-5-5/0.0 


2-24/0.0 


0-1-1/00 


Middle Tenn 


3-2-5 i 


0-0-0/0.0 


0-0-0/00 


0-1-1/00 


0-0-0/0 


al West Virginia 
Flonda Internat'l 
at Georgia Tech 


1-0-1/00 


54-9 


4-3-7 / 5 


."-•■1 00 


0-0-0 / 


14-5/0.0 


3-14/00 


0-0-0/0.0 


0-1-1/00 


0-0-0/0 


3-14/0.0 


64-10/0.0 


0-0-0/00 


0-0-0/0.0 


0-0-0/0 


at Virginia 


0-0-0 / 


24-6/0.0 


3-14/0.0 


1-0-1/00 


1-0-1/00 


NC Stale 


1-1-2/0.0 


1-5-6/0.5 


1-1-2/1.0 


0-1-1/0 


0-0-0 / 


Florida State 


0-0-0/0.0 


4-3-7/2.0 


0-0-0/0 


0-1-1/00 


1-1-2/00 


at Clemson 


1-0-1/0.0 


6-0-6/0.0 


5-3-8/0.0 


3-14/0.0 


0-0-0 / 


Miami 


1-0-1/0.0 


3-3-6/0.0 


34-7/0.0 


0-3-3/0.0 


0-0-0/0.0 


at Boston Coll 


0-0-0/0.0 


5-0-5/0 


0-0-0 ' 


2-0-2/0.0 


0-0-0/0.0 


Wake Forest 


0-1-1/0.0 


34-7/0.0 


2-5-7/0.0 


0-0-0/0.0 


2-0-2 / 


(Jlvur.-nW;^:'. 1 :.) ^f 



UT-AT-TT/Sk 


#91 Frost 


#92 Moore 


#93 Heggs 


#95 Bolston 


#98 Savage 


■•*-rt£^ 


n^B 


William 8 Mary 


1-0-1/0.0 


2-24/0.0 


1-0-1/0.0 


1-0-1/0.0 


1-0-1/00 


Middle Tenn. 


1-0-1/0.0 


3-3-6/2.0 


2-0-2; mi 


1-34/0.5 


0-0-0/0 


Wkr*. ^k Ilk, "it 


al West Virginia 


0*0/0.0 


1-34/0.5 


0-0-0 / 


0-2-2/0.0 


0-1-1/0.0 


Flonda Internat'l 


0-0-0/0.0 


0-1-1/0.0 


1-1-2/0.0 


2-1-3/0.0 


0-1-1/0.0 


at Georgia Tech 


1-0-1/0.0 


1-0-1/0.0 


0-0-0/0.0 


1-1-2/0.0 


dnp-in| 


at Virginia 


1-0-1/0.0 


3-14/0.0 


dnp-cd 


1-0-1/0.0 


dnp-inj 


NC Slate 


0-1-1 /0JJ 


1-34/0.0 


dnp-cd 


1-1-2/0.0 


dnp-inj 


Flonda State 


0*0/0.0 


3*3/0.0 


dnp-cd 


1-2-3/0.0 


dnp-inj 


al Clemson 


0*0/0.0 


2-1-3/0.0 


dnp-cd 


3-0-3/0.0 


dnp-inj 


Miami 


0-1-1/0.0 


3-5-8/0.0 


1-1-2/0.0 


14-5/0.0 


dnp-inj 


at Boston Coll 


1-0-1/0.0 


0-1-1/0.0 


0-0-0/0.0 


0-2-2/0.0 


dnp-cd 


Wake Forest 


1-0-1/0.0 


4-2-6/0.0 


dnp-cd 


1-2-3/0.0 


dnp-cd 



dnp-inj ~ did not piayfinjury; dnp<d - did not play/coach's decision 



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2006 MARYLAND FOOTBALL 
CHAMPS SPORTS BOWL GUI 



2006 STATISTICS 



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TEAM GAME-BY-GAME 



Game 



FIRST DOWNS RUSHING PASSING 

SCORE Tot Ru-Pa-Pe No-Yds-TD A-C-l Yds 



TOTAL OFF. PUNTS FUM PEN SACKS BY 

TD Pl-Yds No-Avg F-L No-Yds No-Yds 



3RD 
DNS 



4TH 
DNS 



TIME OF 
POSS. 



at MARYLAND 

William & Mary 


27 

14 


18 

16 


13- 4-1 

5-11-0 


40-213-3 

29- 84-0 


19- 9-1 

41-25-0 


153 

226 




2 


59-366 
70-310 


4-46.2 

10-30.3 


3-3 

0-0 


2-10 

2-15 


2-13 

0- 


2-10 

4-15 


0-0 

0-1 


28:33 
31:27 


at MARYLAND 

Middle Tennessee 


24 

10 


16 

21 


8- 8-0 

7-13-1 


34-135-3 

33-105-1 


16-11-0 

41-22-1 


139 

216 







50-274 

74-321 


2-42.0 
2-39.0 


1-1 

3-2 


3-25 

5-33 


3-11 

2- 8 


3- 8 

9-16 


0-0 

1-4 


25:56 

34:04 


MARYLAND 

at West Virginia 


24 

45 


24 

17 


9-11-4 
12- 3-2 


33-122-1 

43-340-4 


45-24-2 

9- 6-0 


211 

43 


2 

1 


78-333 

52-383 


2-43.0 

4-38.5 


3-3 

2-1 


3-40 
10-95 


1- 1 
0- 


8-17 

2- 8 


3-5 

1-1 


30:58 
29:02 


at MARYLAND 

Florida International 


14 
10 


20 

12 


8- 9-3 

3- 7-2 


40-117-0 

19- 89-0 


30-17-1 

34-15-1 


158 

221 


2 

1 


70-275 
53-310 


7-42.6 
8-41.9 


1-0 

0-0 


6-74 

6-50 


0- 

3-20 


6-14 

4-14 


0-0 

1-1 


36:07 

23:53 


MARYLAND 

at Georgia Tech 


23 

27 


14 

20 


4-10-0 
8-10-2 


35- 87-0 

43-229-3 


24-16-1 
26-13-0 


190 

161 


1 

1 


59-277 

69-390 


3-45.7 

2-46.0 


1-1 

1-1 


4-44 
6-47 


1- 5 
5-37 


4-13 

8-14 


1-3 

0-1 


28:53 

31:07 


MARYLAND 

at Virginia 


28 

26 


17 

19 


7-10-0 

10- 8-1 


34-174-3 

35-181-1 


28-17-1 

21-13-1 


171 
243 




2 


62-345 

56-424 


6-44.3 
4-34.8 


0-0 
2-1 


2-20 

2-10 


1- 4 
2-18 


4-11 

4-12 


0-0 

0-1 


32:12 

27:48 


at MARYLAND 
NC State 


26 

20 


11 

17 


7- 4-0 

7- 9-1 


41-165-1 

38-154-2 


9- 7-0 
26-15-2 


115 

145 


1 



50-280 

64-299 


4-48.0 
5-39.2 


2-1 

1-1 


5-54 

9-80 


4-24 

1- 6 


3-12 

6-13 


0-1 

0-0 


27:17 
32:43 


at MARYLAND 
Florida State 


27 

24 


15 

24 


7- 6-2 

9-12-3 


32- 92-0 

34-172-1 


20-12-0 
36-22-0 


131 

286 


3 

2 


52-223 

70-458 


5-44.8 
4-32.0 


2-0 

1-1 


10-75 
13-100 


3- 9 

2-17 


3-10 

5-14 


0-0 

0-1 


27:40 
32:20 


MARYLAND 

at Clemson 


13 

12 


18 

16 


5-13-0 

7- 8-1 


28- 54-0 

41-143-0 


35-23-1 

27-18-0 


247 

251 


1 




63-301 

68-394 


6-43.3 
5-41.8 


1-0 

2-0 


6-31 

1- 5 


0- 

2-11 


5-14 

6-18 


2-2 

1-2 


28:52 

31:08 


at MARYLAND 

Miami 


14 

13 


6 

18 


3- 3-0 

10- 8-0 


21- 56-0 

46-180-0 


16-11-0 

27-14-1 


202 

140 


2 

1 


38-258 

73-320 


8-41.5 
4-42.8 


0-0 

1-1 


1-10 

2-10 


1- 9 
1- 4 


2-10 

13-21 


0-0 

0-0 


22:51 

37:09 


MARYLAND 

at Boston College 


16 

38 


22 

22 


6-12-4 

8-13-1 


29- 73-0 

30-124-0 


43-28-2 
29-19-0 


258 

249 


1 

2 


72-331 
59-373 


3-38.3 
4-36.3 


3-2 

0-0 


4-34 

11-85 


0- 

0- 


5-13 
5-11 


1-2 

0-0 


31:32 
28:28 


at MARYLAND 
Wake Forest 


24 

38 


19 

22 


9-10-0 

17- 5-0 


33-194-2 

57-296-4 


26-14-3 

13-10-1 


182 

125 


1 
1 


59-376 

70421 


2-32.0 
3-34.7 


1-0 

1-0 


5-30 

4-34 


0- 

1- 4 


4- 9 

5-11 


0-1 
2-2 


24:47 

3513 



TURNOVERS 


PUNT COVERAGE 


Takeaways-15 


Punts - Md 52, Opp 55 


Giveaways - 23 


Blocks By -Md I.Opp 


Points Following Turnovers 


Fair Catches Forced - Md, 17, Opp 3 


Md.-52(7TD,1FG) 


Touchbacks By - Md 7, Opp 4 


Opp - 66 (9 TD, 1 FG) 


Inside 20 -Md. 21. Opp. 15 




Returns Allowed (Md ) - 18-250 (13 9 avg.) 


SPECIAL TEAMS 


Returns Allowed (Opp.) - 27-242 (9.0 avg.) 


Blocked Kicks (by Md ) - 3 




Blocked Kicks (by Opp.) - 


RED ZONE 




Md. Scores/Times in Red Zone 


KICKOFF COVERAGE 


Scoring Percentage - 38-46 (826) 


Kickoffs-Md 58. Opp 58 


TD Percentage - 22-46 ( 478) 


Fair Catches By -Md. 2. Opp. 


Scores -38 (22 TD, 16 FG) 


Touchbacks By - Md. 15, Opp. 10 


Non-Scores - 8 (2 Missed FG, 3 Downs, 2 Int. 


Onside Attempts - 


End Half) 


Md 0-0. Opp. 0-1 




Out of Bounds By -Md .0. Opp. 1 


Odd. Scores/Times in Red Zone 


Returns Allowed (Md.) -42-876 (20.9 avg.) 


Scoring Percentage - 32-39 (821) 


Returns Allowed (Opp.) - 45-1041 (23.1 avg.) 


TD Percentage -19-39 (487) 




Scores -32 (19 TD, 13 FG) 




Non-Scores - 7 (2 Downs, 2 Inl, 3 Missed FG) 



TERRAPINS WHEN... 





Total 


ACC 


Record 


8-4 


5-3 


Home 


6-1 


3-1 


Away 


2-3 


2-2 


Neutral 


0-0 


0-0 




Current Streak 


Lost 2 


Lost 2 


Current Home Streak 
Current Road Slreak 


Lost 1 
Lost 1 


Lost 1 
Lost 1 








Day Game 


4-2 


4-2 


Nighl Game 


4-2 


1-1 


TV Game 


34 


3-3 




September 


3-1 


0-0 


October 


3-1 


3-1 


November 


2-2 


2-2 




vs Top 25 


1-4 


1-3 




Sconng First 


6-1 


3-1 


Come-From-Behind 


24 


2-3 




Leading Alter 1st Qtr 


5-1 


2-1 


Tied After 1st Qtr 


1-1 


1-1 


Behind After 1st Qtr 


2-2 


2-1 



Leading at Halftime 
Tied at Halftime 



Behind at Halftime 



Leading After 3rd Qtr 
Tied After 3rd Qtr 
Behind After 3rd Qtr 



Total 



7-1 



0-0 



1-3 



7-1 
0-0 



1-3 



Overtime 


0-0 




Scoring 20+ Points 


5-3 


Scoring 30+ Poinls 


0-0 


Allowing 10- Points 


2-0 


Allowing 20- Points 


6-0 



ACC 



With 100-Yard Rusher 


1-2 


1-2 


Allowing 100- Yard Rusher 


04 


0-3 


With 300- Yard Passer 


0-0 


0-0 


Allowing 300-Yard Passer 


0-0 


0-0 




Oulgain Opponent 


1-0 


0-0 


Fewer Turnovers 


5-0 


4-0 


More Time of Possession 


2-2 


1 • 



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2006 STATISTICS 



2006 MARYLAND FOOTBALL 
CHAMPS SPORTS BOWL GUIDE 



E« ■ kT.TM 



SEASON SUPERLATIVES 




INDIVIDUAL MARYLAND 



GAME HIGHS 

Rushes 23 Lance Ball at Georgia Tech (Oct 07, 2006) 






Keon Lattimore vs Wake Forest (Nov 25, 2006) 


Yards Rushing 


119 


Keon Lattimore vs Wake Forest iNov 25, 2006) 


TD Rushes 


2 


Lance Ball vs William S Mary (Sep 02, 2006) 


Lance Ball vs Middle Tennessee (Sep 09, 2006) 


Long Rush 


56 


Keon Lattimore at Virginia (Oct 14, 2006 


Pass attempts 


45 


Sam Hollenbach at West Virginia (Sep 14, 2006) 


Pass completions 


27 


Sam Hollenbach at Boston College (Nov 18, 2006) 


Yards Passing 


249 


Sam Hollenbach at Boston College (Nov 18, 2006) 


TD Passes 


3 


Sam Hollenbach vs Florida State (Oct 28. 2006 1 


Long Pass 


96 


Sam Hollenbach vs Miami (Fla ) (Nov 11 2006) 


Receptions 


8 


Joey Haynos at West Virqinia (Sep 14. 2006) 


Yards Receiving 


175 


Darnus Heyward-Bey vs Miami (Fla.) (Nov 11, 2006) 


TD Receptions 


2 


Darrius Heyward-Bey vs Florida State (Oct 28, 2006) 


Darnus Heyward-Bey vs Miami (Fla.) (Nov 11, 2006) 


Lonq Reception 


96 


Darrius Heyward-Bey vs Miami (Fla.) (Nov 11. 2006) 


Field Goals 


4 


Dan Ennis vsNC State (Oct 21, 2006) 


Long Field Goal 


46 


Dan Ennis at Georgia Tech (Oct 07, 2006) 


Dan Ennis at Boston Colleqe (Nov 18, 2006) 


Punts 
Puntinq Avq 


8 
48 


Adam Podlesh vs Miami (Fla.) (Nov 11, 2006] 
Adam Podlesh vs NC State (Oct 21 . 2006) 


Lena Punl 


62 


Adam Podlesh vs Florida State (Oct 28, 2006) 


Long Punt Return 


45 


Danny Oquendo vs Florida State (Oct 28, 2006) 


Long Kickoff Return 


100 


Josh Wilson at Georgia Tech (Oct 07, 2006) 


Tackles 


17 


Erin Henderson at Clemson (Nov 04, 2006) 


Sacks 


2.0 


Dre Moore vs Middle Tennessee (Sep 09, 2006) 






Josh Wilson vsNC State (Oct 21, 2006] 


Tackles For Loss 


3.0 


Erin Henderson vs Middle Tennessee (Sep 09, 2006) 


Interceptions 


1 


J J Justice vs Middle Tennessee (Sep 09. 2006) 


Christian Varner vs Florida Intemat'l (Sep 23, 2006) 


Erin Henderson at Virginia (Oct 14 2906 


J.J. Justice vs NC State (Oct 21, 2006) 


Erin Henderson vs NC State (Oct 21, 2006) 


Trey Covinqton vs Miami (Fla.) (Nov 1 1 , 2006) 


Isaiah Gardner vs Wake Forest (Nov 25, 2006) 


MARYLAND TEAM HIGHS 

Rushes 41 vsNC State (Oct 21, 2006) 


Yards Rushinq 


213 


vs William S Mary (Sep 02, 2006) 


Yards Per Rush 


5.9 


vs Wake Forest (Nov 25, 2006) 


TD Rushes 


3 


vs WilliamS Mary (Sep 02, 2006) 






vs Middle Tennessee (Sep 09, 2006) 


at Virqinia (Oct 14, 2006) 


Pass attempts 


45 


at West Virqinia (Sep 14, 2006) 


Pass completions 


28 


at Boston Colleqe (Nov 18, 2006) 


Yards Passing 


258 


at Boston Colleqe (Nov 18, 2006) 


Yards Per Pass 


12.8 


vsNC State (Oct 21, 2006) 


TD Passes 


3 


vsFiopda State (Oct 28 2296 


Total Plays 


78 


at West Virqinia Se: '4 2006 


Total Offense 


376 


vs Wake Forest (Nov 25, 2006) 


s 3'csPe'Play 


7.0 


/sMiarr Fla No\ 11 2926 


Points 


28 


at Virqinia (Oct 14, 2006) 


Sacks By 


4 


vsNC State (Oct 21, 2006) 


First Downs 


24 


at West Virqinia (Sep 14, 2006) 


Penalties 


10 


vs Fionda State (Oct 28 200£ 


Penalty Yards 


75 ' 


vs Flonda State (Oct 28 2206 


Turnovers 


5 


at West Virqinia (Sep 14, 2006) 


Interceptions By 


2 


vsNC State (Oct 21, 2006) 



INDIVIDUAL OPPONENT 



GAME HIGHS 

Rushes 27 Moore, K, vs Wake Forest (Nov 25, 2006) 


Yards Rushing 


195 


SLATON, Steve, at West Virginia (Sep 14, 2006) 


TD Rushes 


2 


SLATON. Steve, at West Virginia (Sep 14, 2006) 


Choice. T. at Georqia Tech (Oct 07. 2006) 


Harris, K, vs Wake Forest (Nov 25, 2006j 


Long Rush 


52 


SLATON, Steve, at West Virginia (Sep 14. 2006j 






Ned, A' mod, vs Florida Internat'l (Sep 23. 2006) 


Pass attempts 


41 


Marks, Clint, vs Middle Tennessee (Sei 


Pass completions 


22 


Marks, Clint, vs Middle Tennessee (Sep 09, 2006) 


Lee, X, vs Florida State (Oct 28, 2006) 


Yards Passing 


286 


Lee, X, vs Florida State (Oct 28, 2006) 


TD Passes 


2 


Jameel Sewell, at Virginia (Oct 14, 2006 


Lee, X, vs Florida State (Oct 28, 2006] 


Ryan, M. at Boston College (Nov 18, 2006) 


Lonq Pass 


89 


Padrick, Josh, vs Florida Intemat'l (Sep 23, 2006) 


Receptions 


10 


Johnson, C, at Georqia Tech (Oct 07 2006 1 


Yards Receiving 


133 


Johnson, C. at Georgia Tech (Oct 07 2006) 


Kevin Ogletree. at Virginia (Oct 14. 2006) 


TD Receptions 


2 


Kevin Oqletree, at Virqinia (Oct 14, 2006) 


Long Reception 


89 


Smith, Samuel, vs Fionda Intemat'l (Sep 23, 2006) 


Field Goals 


4 


Dean, J, at Clemson (Nov 04, 2006) 


Long Field Goal 


42 


Smith, Colby, vs Middle Tennessee (Sep 09, 2006; 


Punts 


8 


Blair Pntchard. vs William & Mary (Sep 02, 2006) 


Cook. Chris, vs Florida internal I (Sep 23, 2006) 


Puntinq Avq 


46.0 


Brooks, D„ at Georgia Tech (Oct 07, 2006) 


Luna Punt 


61 


Cook. Chris, vs Florida Internal I (Sep 23, 2006) 


Lonq Punt Return 


65 


Blackman, D., vs NC State (Oct 21 , 2006) 


Long K ckoff Return 


96 


REYNAUD. Darius, at West Virginia (Sep 14 2006 


Tackles 


14 


Dunbar. J. at Boston College (Nov 18, 2006) 


Sacks 


3.0 


Johnson, M at Georgia Tech (Oct 07, 2006) 


TacK'es For Loss 


3.5 


Bouie, Keyonvis. vs Fionda Intemat'l (Sep 23. 2006 


Interceptions 


2 


Smith, A. vs Wake Forest i Nov 25. 2006; 


OPPONENT TEAM HIGHS 

Rushes 57 vs Wake Forest (Nov 25, 2006) 


Yards Rushinq 


340 


at West Virginia (Sep 14, 2006 1 


Yards Per Rush 


7.9 


at West Virginia (Sep 14, 2006) 


TD Rushes 


4 


at West Virginia (Sep 14, 2006) 


vs Wake Forest (Nov 25, 2006) 


Pass attempts 


41 


vs William S Mary (Sep 02, 2006) 


vs Middle Tennessee (Sep 09, 2006) 


Pass completions 


25 


vs Williams Mary (Sep 02. 2006) 


Yards Passinq 


286 


vs Florida State (Oct 28, 2006) 


Yards Per Pass 


11.6 


at Virqinia (Oct 14, 2006) 


TD Passes 


2 


vs Williams Mary iSep 02, 2006) 






at Virginia (Oct 14.2006| 


vs Fionda Stale (Oct 28, 2006i 


at Boston Colleqe (Nov 18. 2006 


Total Plays 


74 


vs Middle Tennessee (Sep 09, 2006) 


Total Offense 


458 


vs Fionda State (Oct 28, 2006) 


Yards Pe r Play 


7.6 


at Virqinia (Oct 14, 2006) 


Points 


45 


at West Virqinia (Sep 14, 2006) 


Sacks By 


5 


at Georqia Tech (Oct 07, 2006) 


First Downs 


24 


vs Florida State (Oct 28, 2006) 


Penalties 


13 


vs Florida State (Oct 28, 2006) 


Penalty Yards 


too 


vs Florida State (Oct 28, 2006) 


Turnovers 


3 


vs Middle Tennessee (Sep 09, 2006) 


vsNC State (Oct 21, 2006) 


Interceptions By 


3 


vs Wake Forest (Nov 25, 2006) 



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2006 STATISTICS 



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GAME-BY-GAME STARTERS 



OFFENSE 



GAME 

William & Mary 
Middle Tenn 


Wide Receiver 


Left Tackle 


Left Guard 


Center 


Right Guard 


Right Tackle 


Tight End 


Quarterback 


Tailback 


FB/TE/WR 


WR/TE 


1 Williams ' 


Heyer 2S 


Woods 


E.Williams ' 


Crummey " 


Randolph ' 


Haynos ' 


Hollenbach " 


Lattimore 3 


Heyward-Bey ' 


Oquendo 2 


I.Williams 2 


Heyei 


Woods " 


E Williams 2 


Clig' 


Gaither 9 


D.Gronkowski ' 


Hollenbach " 


Ball 5 


Cesa 


Oquendo ' 


al West Virginia 


I.Williams ' 


Heyer 2 ' 


Woods " 


E.Williams 3 


Crummey " 


Randolph 2 


D Gronkowski ! 


Hollenbach « 


Ball 6 


Cesa 6 


Oquendo ' 


Florida Internal.! 


1 Williams' 


Heyei 


Woods « 


E.Williams ' 


Crummey " 


Gaither '" 


Haynos •' 


Hollenbach " 


Ball' 


Heyward-Bey ; 


Oquendo 5 


at Georgia Tech 


Weatherly 3 


Heyer 


Woods ' 6 


E.Williams 5 


Crummey " 


Gaither " 


D Gronkowski ! 


Hollenbach ' 6 


Ball 6 


Cesa' 


Heyward-Bey ' 


at Virginia 


Weatherly * 


Heyer 30 


Woods " 


E.Williams 6 


Crummey 2I 


Gaither 12 


D Gronkowski' 


Hollenbach 


Ball 9 


Cesa 1 


Heyward-Bey ' 


NC State 


I.Williams 5 


Heyei 


Woods " 


E.Williams ' 


Crummey 2 


Gaither ,3 


D Gronkowski 5 


Hollenbach '• 


Ball '" 


Cesa 9 


Heyward-Bey 5 


Florida State 


I.Williams 1 


Heyer 32 


Woods " 


E.Williams ■ 


Crummey a 


Gaither " 


Haynos ' 


Hollenbach " 


Ball " 


Cesa '° 


Heyward-Bey 6 


at Clemson 


I.Williams ' 


Heyer 33 


Woods " 


E.Williams ■ 


Crummey * 


Gaither' 5 


Haynos * 


Hollenbach 20 


Ball ' 2 


D Gronkowski 6 


Oquendo 6 


Miami 


1 Williams 8 


Heyer 13 


Woods 2 ' 


E.Williams " 


Crummey a 


Gaither' 6 


D Gronkowski ■ 


Hollenbach 


Ba 


Jackson ' 


Heyward-Bey ' 


at Boston Coll. 


Williams 


Heyer 35 


Thomas ' 


E.Williams " 


Crummey K 


Randolph 3 


Haynos 5 


Hollenbach 2 


Ball " 


Jackson 2 


Heyward-Bey ' 


Wake Forest 


I.Williams " 


Heyer * 


Thomas : 


E Williams " 


Crummey " 


Gaither 


D Gronkowski r 


Hollenbach 2I 


Lattimore ' 


Jackson ■ 


Heyward-Bey ' 



DEFENSE 



GAME 


Def. End 


Def. Tackle 


Nose Tackle 


LEO 


WLB 


MLB 


SLB 


Cornerback 


Strong Safety 


Free Safety 


Cornerback 


William & Mary 


Navarre " 


Bolston n 


Moore ' 


Covington " 


Henderson ' 


Jefferson 3 


Holloway 23 


Gardner 2 


Wimbush ' 


Varner " 


Wilson' 6 


Middle Tenn 


Navarre '-' 


Bolston n 


Feliciano ' 


Covington " 


Henderson 2 


Jefferson ' 


Philistin ' 


Gardner ' 


Justice ' 


Vamer ' 2 


Wilson " 


at West Virginia Navarre ,3 


Bolston 2 ' 


Feliciano ! 


Covington l! 


Henderson J 


Jefferson 5 


Holloway 


Gardner ' 


Wimbush •' 


Varner" 


Wilson " 


Florida Internal! 


Navarre " 


Bolston 


Feliciano 3 


Covington " 


Fokou ' 


Jefferson 6 


Holloway 2S 


Gardner 5 


Wimbush 3 


Vamer " 


Barnes ' 


at Georgia Tech 


Heggs ' 


Bolston " 


Moore s 


Holloway x 


Henderson ' 


Jefferson ! 


Philistin ' 


Gardner 6 


Wimbush ; 


Vamer K 


Wilson ' 9 


at Virginia 


Navarre ls 


Bolston v 


Moore s 


Covington " 


Henderson 5 


Jefferson ' 


Holloway 2? 


Gardner ; 


Wimbush s 


Varner " 


Wilson a 


NC State 


Navarre '* 


Moore ' 


Bolston 21 


Covington ,s 


Henderson 6 


Jefferson 9 


Holloway !> 


Gardner ' 


Wimbush 6 


Vamer " 


Wilson 2 ' 


Florida State 


Navarre " 


Moore ' 


Feliciano ' 


Covington ' 6 


Henderson ' 


Jefferson ,0 


Holloway *> 


Gardner 9 


Wimbush ' 


Varner " 


Wilson K 


at Clemson 


Navarre " 


Moore 9 


Feliciano 5 


Covington " 


Henderson ' 


Jefferson " 


Holloway 30 


Gardner '■ 


Wimbush " 


Vamer' 9 


Wilson 23 


Miami 


Navarre " 


Moore '" 


Feliciano l 


Covington " 


Henderson ' 


Jefferson " 


Holloway 3 ' 


Gardner " 


Wimbush 9 


Vamer ;0 


Wilson 2 ' 


at Boston Coll. 


Navarre a 


Moore " 


Feliciano ; 


Covington ,! 


Henderson ,0 


Jefferson ' 3 


Holloway 3! 


Gardner ' 2 


Wimbush " 


Vamer 2 ' 


Wilson z 


Wake Forest 


Navarre 21 


Moore ,: ' 


Bolston a 


Covington x 


Henderson " 


Jefferson " 


Holloway 33 


Gardner" 


Wimbush " 


Varner n 


Wilson *■ 



CLASS STARTERS BY GAME (includes punter & kicker) 



GAME Seniors 


Juniors 


Sophomores 


R-Freshmen 


True Freshmen 


Total 


) :ZD i 


William & Mary 8 


8 


7 


1 (Heyward-Bey) 





24 


Middle Tenn. 6 


9 


9 








24 


■u 'ASM 


at West Virginia 


8 


8 


8 








24 


Florida Internal! 


7 


• 8 


8 


1 (Heyward-Bey) 





24 


at Georgia Tech 


9 


8 


5 


2 (Heyward-Bey.Heggs) 





24 


at Virginia 


9 


8 


6 


1 (Heyward-Bey) 





24 


NC State 


8 


8 


7 


1 (Heyward-Bey) 





24 


Florida State 


7 


10 


6 


1 (Heyward-Bey) 





24 


at Clemson 


7 


9 


8 








24 


Miami 


7 


8 


7 


1 (Heyward-Bey) 


1 (Jackson) 


24 


at Boston Coll. 


7 


8 


7 


1 (Heyward-Bey) 


1 (Jackson) 


24 


Wake Forest 8 7 


7 


1 (Heyward-Bey) 


1 (Jackson) 


24 



TERRAPIN PLAYING EXPERIENCE SUPERLATIVES 

Offense 


Defense 


Most overall starts, career — 


36, Stephon Heyer (OT) 
27. Andrew Crummey (OG) 


33, David Holloway ILBI 
29, Conrad Bolston (DL) 


Most overall starts. 2006 - 


12, Stephon Heyer (OT), Sam Hollenbach (QBi 
Edwin Williams (OC) 


12, Wesley Jefferson (LB), Isaiah Gardner (CB). 
Christian Vamer (FS) 


Most consecutive starts, career — 


15, Sam Hollenbach (OB) 

12, Stephon Heyer (OT), Edwin Williams (OC) 


2! Chnstian Vamer (FS) 
13, Wesley Jefferson (LB) 


Most consecutive starts, 2006 — 


12 Stephon Heyer (OT), Sam Hollenbach (QB), 
Edwin Williams (OC), 


12. Wesley Jefferson (LB), Isaiah Gardner (CBI 
Chnstian Vamer (FS) 









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2006 STATISTICS 



2006 MARYLAND FOOTBALL 
CHAMPS SPORTS BOWL GUIDE 



PARTICIPATION CHART 




eh* m niu.ia 



SENIORS (13) 


WM 


MT 


wv 


FIU 


GT 


VA 


NCS 


FS 


CU 


MIA 


BC 


WF 


4 Wilson CB 


S 


S 


s 


X 


S 


S 


S 


S 


s ■ 


S 


S 


S 


7 HumberTB 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


inj 


inj 


inj 


inj 


inj 


11 WeatherlyWR 


mi 


inj 


inj 


inj 


S 


S 


111 


inj 


inj 


inj 


inj 


X 


12 WimbushSS 


S 


X 


S 


S 


S 


s 


s 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


14 HollenbachQB 


s 


S 


S 


S 


S 


s 


s 


S 


S 


S 


s 


S 


22 Ennis PK 


s 


s 


S 


S 


S 


s 


s 


S 


s 


S 


s 


s 


33 Js.Allen TB 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


■ 


1 


X 


■ 


X 


36 PodleshP 


s 


s 


S 


S 


S 


s 


S 


s 


s 


S 


s 


S 


41 Callahan TB 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


X 


X 


54 HollowayLB 


S 


X 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


70 HeyerOT 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


s 


s 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


88 Powell WR 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


95 BolstonDT 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


X 


X 


X 


X 


S 


Class Participation 


11-8 


11-6 


11-8 


11-7 


12-9 


12-9 


11-8 


10-7 


10-7 


10-7 


11-7 


12-8 


JUNIORS (21) 


WM 


MT 


WV 


FIU 


GT 


VA 


NCS 


FS 


CU 


MIA 


BC 


WF 


3 Varner FS 


S 


S 


s 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


s 


S 


S 


S 


5 Gardner CB 


S 


S 


s 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


s 


s 


S 


s 


15 GoodeTE 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


21 LattimoreTB 


S 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


S 


J' Nelson Lip 


cd 


X 


X 


cd 


X 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


30 Justice SS 


X 


S 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


32 CesaFB 


X 


S 


S 


X 


s 


S 


S 


S 


inj 


inj 


in] 


inj 


35 Jefferson LB 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


44 Ball T P 


X 


S 


S 


S 


s 


s 


S 


s 


S 


S 


S 


X 


50 Lemons DE 


inj 


inj 


inj 


inj 


inj 


inj 


inj 


inj 


inj 


inj 


inj 


inj 


53 McDermond LS 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


58 Nixon OT 


IS 


rs 


rs 


rs 


rs 


rs 


rs 


rs 


rs 


rs 


rs 


rs 


63 CrummeyOG 


S 


inj 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


66 Clig OG 


X 


S 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


inj 


X 


X 


X 


67 Griffin OT 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


68 FelicianoDT 


X 


S 


S 


S 


X 


X 


X 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


69 Woods OG 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


inj 


X 


77 BurleyOT 


X 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


(in! 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


80 HaynosTE 


S 


X 


X 


S 


X 


X 


X 


S 


S 


X 


S 


X 


92 Moore DT 


S 


X 


X 


X 


S 


S 


S 


s 


S 


S 


S 


S 


98 Savage DE 


X 


X 


X 


X 


inj 


inj 


inj 


inj 


inj 


inj 


cd 


cd 


Class Participation 


18-8 


16-9 


17-8 


16-8 


15-8 


15-8 


15-8 


15-10 


13-9 


14-8 


13-8 


14-7 


SOPHOMORES (30) 


WM 


MT 


WV 


FIU 


GT 


VA 


NCS 


FS 


CU 


MIA 


BC 


WF 


1 Henderson LB 


S 


S 


s 


X 


S 


S 


S 


S 


s 


S 


S 


S 


2 Barnes CB 


X 


X 


X 


S 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


4 SheahinQB 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


Jnl 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


cd 


9 Taylor CB 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


12 PortisQB 


rs 


rs 


rs 


rs 


rs 


rs 


rs 


rs 


rs 


rs 


rs 


rs 


13 D.Gronkowski TE 


X 


S 


S 


X 


S 


S 


S 


X 


S 


S 


X 


S 


17 OquendoWR 


S 


S 


S 


S 


X 


X 


X 


X 


S 


X 


X 


X 


19 SteffyQB 


X 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


24 IfonWR 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


29 Jf.Allen DB 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


31 SchmittLS 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


34 PhilistinLB 


X 


S 


X 


X 


S 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


39 EgekezePK 


1 


X 


X 


cd 


cd 


cd 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


40 Navarre DE 


S 


S 


S 


S 


X 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


42 Bullock LB 


X 


X 


X 


cd 


cd 


X 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


X 


4; DickersonLB 


inj 


inj 


inj 


inj 


inj 


inj 


inj 


inj 


inj 


inj 


inj 


inj 


43 R.Costa LB 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


48 FokouLB 


X 


X 


X 


S 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


49 Roberts PK 


cd 


cd 


■ 


X 


X 


X 


cd 


X 


X 


cd 


cd 


cd 


55 Covington DE 


S 


S 


S 


S 


X 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


60 E.Williams OC 


S 


S 


S 


s 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


s 


s 



SOPHOMORES (Cont) WM 


MT 


WV 


FIU 


GT 


VA 


NCS 


FS 


CU 


MIA 


BC 


Wl 


61 Oliver OG 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


75 Randolph OT 


S 


inj 


S 


X 


cd 


X 


X 


■ 


X 


X 


S 


1 


76 Thomas OT 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


S 


X 


78 GaitherOT 


cd 


S 


X 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


1 


S 


H4 I.Williams WR 


S 


S 


S 


S 


X 


X 


S 


S 


s 


S 


S 


S 


87 GreshamWR 


cd 


cd 


dnl 


cd 


cd 


dnl 


cd 


cd 


dnl 


cd 




cd 


89 Goldberg WR 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 




cd 


91 Frost DE 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


x 


X 


X 


97 MuhtadiDL 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


dnl 


cd 


dnl 


cd 


Class Participation 


21-7 


20-9 


21-8 


20-8 


19-5 


21-6 


20-7 


21-6 


21-8 


20-7 


20-7 


21 f 


R-FRESHMEN(19) 


WM 


MT 


WV 


FIU 


GT 


VA 


NCS 


FS 


CU 


MIA 


BC 


WF 


6 Wiseman CB 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


inj 


inj 


inj 


inj 


inj 


inj 


mi 


inj 


8 Heyward-Bey WR 


S 


X 


X 


S 


S 


S 


s 


S 


X 


S 


S 


S 


10 Skinner DB 


X 


X 


X 


X 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


X 


X 


X 


10 Turner QB 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


rA 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


17 KareemCB 


cd 


cd 


dnl 


cd 


cd 


dnl 


cd 


cd 


dnl 


cd 


dnl 


cd 


22 Gaston PK 


cd 


cd 


dm 


cd 


cd 


dnl 


cd 


m 


dnl 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


25 McColloughCB 


inj 


inj 


m| 


mj 


inj 


inj 


mi 


inj 


m) 


inj 


in. 


in. 


26 C.Gronkowski FB 


cd 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


37 BaumDB 


cd 


cd 


dnl 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


dnl 


cd 


dnl 


cd 


45 T.GaltTE 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


X 


45 Schultz LB 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


dm 


cd 


47 Clement LB 


cd 


cd 


dnl 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


dm 


cd 


51 PfisterLB 


inj 


inj 


inj 


in, 


inj 


inj 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


56 D.GaltDE 


inj 


inj 


inj 


inj 


m| 


inj 


mj 


inj 


inj 


inj 


inj 


in, 


57 HarrellDE 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


72 P.Costa OC 


X 


cd 


X 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


. Carroll WR 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


9 IveyDl 


X 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


93 HeggsDE 


X 


X 


X 


X 


S 


dnl 


cd 


cd 


cd 


X 


X 


cd 


Class Participation 


6-1 


5-0 


6-0 


5-1 


4-2 


3-1 


3-1 


3-1 


3-0 


5-1 


5-1 


5-1 


T-FRESHMEN(18) 


WM 


MT 


WV 


FIU 


GT 


VA 


NCS 


FS 


CU 


MIA 


BC 


WF 


16 RickerQB 


cd 


cd 


dnl 


Cd 


cd 


dnl 


cd 


cd 


dnl 


cd 


cd 


cd 


18 LWilliamsCB 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


20 Green TB 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


dm 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


22 Scott TB 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


dm 


cd 


24 Washington CB 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


dnl 


cd 


cd 


dm 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


27 Thornton CB 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


dm 


cd 


37 Jackson-Mills CB 


cd 


cd 


dm 


cd 


cd 


dm 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


r . 


cd 


38 Jackson FB 


X 


X 


cd 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


S 


S 


S 


4 Akatu'3 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


dnl 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


51 WhitmorelB 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


dm 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


dnt 


:d 


5L Clinton LB 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


dnt 








58 Moten LE 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


dm 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


59 Wujciak LB 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


64 EastburnO 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


81 Smalls WR 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


33 Lee-OdaiWR 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


86 GlosterTE 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


cm 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


cd 


89 Cannon WR 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


cd 


Class Participation 


1-0 


1-0 


0-0 


1-0 


1-0 


1-0 


1-0 


1-0 


1-0 


1-1 


1-1 


1-1 


ACTIVE PLAYERS 


57 


53 


55 


53 


51 


52 


50 


50 


48 


50 


50 


53 



x - indicates played in game 

S - indicates started game 

cd - indicates did not play/coach s decision 

mj - indicates did not play or travel due to injury 

dnt - indicates did not travel for reason other than injury 

rs ■ indicates will sit out season as a redshirt 



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CHAMPS SPORTS BOWL GUIDE 



2006 GAME RECAPS 




GAME1 

CHEVY CHASE 

BANK FIELD AT 

BYRD STADIUM 

COLLEGE PARK, MD. 

SEPT. 2, 2006 



MARYLAND 



WILLIAM & MARY 



COLLEGE PARK, Md (AP) - Lance Ball ran for 86 yards and too touchdowns. Keon Lattimore had a career- 
high 86 yards rushing and a score, as Maryland beat William & Mary. 

The Terrapins had little difficulty against the Division l-AA Tnbe, scoring touchdowns on two of their first 
three possessions in building a 24-7 halftime lead. Fifth-year senior Sam Hollenbach went 9-for-15 for 153 
yards 

Ball, who led the Terrapins with 903 yards rushing last season, had 1 5 carries. Lattimore, a junior, ran 1 3 
times. 

William & Mary, of the Atlantic 10 Conference, got offensive production from quarterback Jake Phillips, 
who completed 16 of 31 passes for 127 yards, including a 9-yard touchdown to Elliott Mack in the second 
quarter Backup Michael Potts went 9-for-10 and threw a 49-yard TD pass to D.J McAulay with 4:35 left. 

The Terrapins led comfortably at halftime despite committing three turnovers and allowing the Tribe to 
control the ball for nearly 17 minutes. 

Maryland's first possession ended with wide receiver Danny Oquendo losing a fumble, but the Terrapins 
went up 7-0 the next time they got the ball After Josh Wilson blocked a punt, Hollenbach completed a 42-yard 
pass lo Joey Haynos to set up a 2-yard touchdown run by Ball, 

Oquendo atoned for his turnover on the Terrapins' next dnve. making a diving catch for a 38-yard gam with 
Maryland facing a lhird-and-11 at its 49 That led to a 1-yard touchdown run by Lattimore and a 14-0 lead 

Minutes later, got a 39-yard field goal by Dan Ennis with 12:19 left in the second quarter 

The Terrapins then forced a punt, but the kick deflected off Maryland's Isaiah Gardner and was recovered 
by the Tribe at their 44 Nine plays later, Phillips connected with Mack to make it 17-7 

Hollenbach directed a four-play, 75-yard drive that restored the 17-poinl cushion just before halftime 
Hollenbach's 47-yard completion to Isaiah Williams preceded a 3-yard touchdown run by Ball with 53 seconds 
left in the half 

Hollenbach opened the second half by moving the Terrapins 53 yards in a drive that produced a 25-yard 
field goal by Ennis, 



BOX SCORE 





1ST 


2ND 


3RD 


4TH 


FINAL 


WILLIAM & MARY (0-1) 





7 





7 


14 


MARYLAND (1-0) 


14 


10 


3 





27 





MD 


WM 


First Downs 


18 


16 


Rushes-Yards 


40-213 


29-84 


Comp-Att-lnl 


9-20-1 


2541-0 


Passing YanJs 


153 


226 


Return Yards 


72 


105 


Punts-Average 


441, 2 


10-30.3 


Fumbles-Lost 


3-3 


0-0 


Penalties-Yards 


1-10 


2-15 


Sacks By- Yards Los! 


2-13 


M 


Time of Possession 


28:33 


3127 



First Quarter 

MD - Lance Ball 2 run (Dan Ennis kick), 8:04 

MD - Keon Lattimore 1 njn (Ennis kick), 3:56 
Second Ouarter 

MD-FG Dan Ennis 39, 12:19 

WM - Elliott Mack 9 pass fr Jake Phillips (Blair 

Pnlchard kick), 7 16 

MD • Lance Ball 3 run (Ennis kick), 0:53 
Third Quartet 

MD-FG Oan Ennis 25. 11:13 
Fourth Ouarter 

WM - D J McAulay 49 pass Ir Mike Polls (Pnlchard 

kick), 4:35 



INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS 

RUSHING • Maryland Keon Lattimore 13-89, Lance Ball 15-86. Josh Allen 6-25. Sam Hollenbach 1-11. J P Humber 1-2. 

Damus Heywarf-Bey 1-1 Jordan Sleffy 2-0, Team Hmmus 1); William S Mary Elijah Brooks 17-62, Jake Phillips 9-12, 

DeBnan Holmes 3-10 
PASSING - Maryland Sam Hollenbach 9-15*153. Jordan Stelfy 0-5-1-0, William 8 Mary Jake Phillips 16-31-0-127, Mike 

Pons 9-10*99 
RECEIVING • Maryland: Danny Oquendo 3-55, Isaiah Williams 247 Josh Allen 2-0 Joey Haynos 1-42, Dan Gronkowski 1-9, 

William S Mary D J McAulay 5-82. Elliott Mack 5-26, Joe Nicholas 4-46, Elijah Brooks 4-29. DeBnan Holmes 3-6. R J 

Archer 2-15, Malt Tnnkle 1-12, Drew Atchison 1-10. 
MISSED FIELD GOALS None 
TACKLES • Maryland Wesley Jeflerson 6-5-11, Dd.. i Justice 4-1-5, Henderson 4-1-5, Covinglon 0-5-5. 

. KevinAJIen 5-3-8 Josh Ruller 1-6-7, Alan Wheeling 4-2-6, Adnan Tracy 3-2-5, TJ Neill 2-3-5 
AH ■ 49,763 WEATHER - 69 degrees, partly cloudy, clearing 




GAME 2 

CHEVY CHASE 

BANK FIELD AT 

BYRD STADIUM 

COLLEGE PARK, MD. 

SEPT. 9, 2006 



27 MARYLAND 



24 



14 MIDDLE TENNESSEE 



10 



COLLEGE PARK. Md (AP) - Lance Ball rushed for two touchdowns and Maryland defeated Middle Tennessee 
before 47,704 at Chevy Chase Bank Field at Byrd Stadium 

Sam Hollenbach completed 11 of 16 passes 
for 1 39 yards and ran for a touchdown for the 



Terrapins (2-0). 

Eugene Gross ran for a TD and Clint 
Marks was 22-for-41 for 216 yards for Middle 
Tennessee (1-1), which trailed 17-3 at halftime 

Maryland took a 7-0 lead on a 12-yard run 
by Ball, four plays after Josh Wilson returned the 
opening kickoff 61 yards 

Middle Tennessee responded with a 13-play, 
66-yard drive that produced a 42-yard Colby 
Smith field goal. 

Dan Ennis kicked a 37-yard field goal with 
4:06 left in the first quarter and Hollenbach 
sneaked in from 1 yard out midway through the 
second penod. 

Maryland scored on its first possession of 
the second half Ball ran 2 yards off left tackle for 
a 24-3 lead. 

The Blue Raiders ate up 8.28 during a 17- 
play, 80-yard march capped by a 2-yard sweep 
right by Gross with 1 01 remaining in the third 
quarter. 

Maryland was outgained 321-274 by its Sun 
Belt Conference opponent, running 50 plays to 
74 for the Blue Raiders, 




BOX SCORE 





1ST 


2ND 


3RD 


4TH 


■ FINAL 


MIDDLE TENN. (0-1) 


3 





7 





10 


MARYLAND (2-0) 


10 


7 


7 





24 





MD 


MT 


Firsl Downs 


16 


21 


Rushes-Yards 


34-1.15 


33-105 


Comp-Atl-lnl 


11-16-0 




Passinq Yards 


139 


216 


Return Yards 


118 


47 


Punls-Average 


2-420 


2-39 


Fumbtes-Lost 


1-1 


3-2 


Penalties- Yards 


3-25 


5-33 


Sacks By-Yards Lost 


3-11 


2-8 


Time ol Possess-on 


2556 


34 04 



First Ouarter 

MD - Lance Ball 12 run (Dan Ennis kick). 12:43 

MT-FG Colby Smith 42. 6:42 

MD - FG Dan Ennis 37. 4:06 
Second Ouarter 

MD ■ Sam Hollenbach 1 run (Ennis kick). 7:04 
Third Quarter 

MD ■ Lance Ball 2 run (Ennis kick), 9.29 

MT - Eugene Gross 2 run (Smilh kick), 1:01 



INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS 

RUSHING - Man/land Keon Lattimore 13-86, Lance Ball 14-58, Josh Allen 2-1 Team 1-mmus 1 Sam Hollenbach 4-mmus 9 

Middle Tennessee Eugene Gross 13-74, DeMarco McNair 1346, Clint Marks 6-minus 3, Colby Smith 1-mmus 12 
PASSING - Man/land Sam Hollenbach 11-16-0-139, Middle Tennessee Oil Matte 2241-1-216 
RECEIVING- Man/land Joey Haynos 345. Isaiah Williams 2-31 , Keon Lattimore 2-20 Danny Oquendo 2-15, Damus Heyward- 

Bey 1-19, Tim Cesa 1-9, Middle Tennessee Bobby Williams 7-71. Jonathan Gngsby 7-59, DeMarco McNair 3-32, Clinton 

Corder 3-24, Eugene Gross 1-23, Stephen Chicola 1-7 
MISSED FIELD GOALS ■ Maryland Oan Ennis 31,43 
TACKLES- Maryland Isaiah Gardner 44-8, Enn Henderson 5-2-7, Josh Wilison 4-3-7, Wesley Jeflerson 34-7, Christian Vamer 

5-1-6, Dre Moore 3-3-6, Middle Tennessee J K Sabb 44-8. Justin Rainey 4-2-6. Reggie Doucet 4-2-6 
ATT • 47,704 WEATHER • 77 degrees, partly cloudy 



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2006 MARYLAND FOOTBALL 
CHAMPS SPORTS BOWL GUIDE 



:-»•• r utiV/-, 





GAME 3 

MILAN PUSKAR 
STADIUM 

MORGAIMTOWN, W.VA. 
SEPT. 14,2006 



#5/5 WEST VIRGINIA 



MARYLAND 



MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (AP) - Steve Slalon rushed lor 195 yards to lead the fifth-rankedMountaineers to 
a victory over the Terrapins on Thursday night. 

Pat White threw for a TD and ran for another while Danus Reynaud scored twice, including a 96-yard 
kickoff return, for the Mountaineers (3-0), who extended their winning streak to 10 games, second in the 
nation to TCU's 12 in a row. 

West Virginia look a 38-10 halftime lead in beating Maryland (2-1) for the third straight year, the first time 
that has happened since 1996-98 The teams have met every year since 1980. 

West Virginia's young defense, pressed to force more turnovers, also delivered, finishing with five 
takeaways. Maryland's Sam Hollenbach was intercepted twice and the Terrapins fumbled the ball three times, 
twice by Josh Wilson on kickoffs. 

Slaton had 149 yards in the first quarter against Maryland when West Virginia scored on all four 
possessions. 

Slaton had early TD runs of 38 and 37 yards. A fumble recovery on a kickoff set up Reynaud's 5-yard 
sconng catch from White, who also had a 1-yard TD run in the third quarter. 

Jay Henry's interception set up West Virginia's fourth touchdown 

Slaton ran 52 yards to the Maryland 2. He fumbled on the next play, but tight end Brad Palmer pounced 
on the rolling ball just before it went out of the end zone for his first career touchdown and a 28-0 lead. 

Maryland drove 80 yards to start the second quarter with Hollenbach throwing a 6-yard TD pass to tight 
end Joey Haynos. II was the first TD allowed by the Mountaineers in eight quarters. 

After the teams traded field goals, Reynaud picked up his own fumble at the 4-yard line in the final 
minute of the half, took off up the middle and scored West Virginia's first kickoff return for a touchdown in 31 
games. 

Lance Ball's 11-yard TD run early in the third quarter pulled Maryland within 38-17. 



BOX SCORE 





1ST 


!HD 


.WD 


*TH 


- FINAL 


MARYLAND (2-1) 





10 


7 


7 


24 


WEST VIRGINIA (3-0) 


28 


10 


7 





45 





MD 


WV 


F rsl Downs 


24 


17 


Rushes-Yards 


33-122 


43-340 


Comp-Att-lnl 


24-45-2 


6-94) 


Passing Yards 


211 


43 


Return Yards 


104 


167 


Punts-Average 


2-43.0 


4-38.5 


Fumbles-Lost 


3-3 


2-1 


Penalties-Yards 


3-40 


10-95 


Sacks By-Yards Lost 


1-1 


0-0 


Time of Possession 


30:58 


29:02 



r 's' [|i T'-e 1 

WV - Steve Slaton 38 run (Pat McAfee kick) 1143 

WV - Danus Reynaud 5 pass fr Patrick White IMcAfee 

kick) 10:11 

WV - Steve Slaton 37 run (McAfee kick), 2:53 

WV - Brad Palmer recovered fumble in end zone 

(McAfee kick) 105 
Second Quarter 

MD - Joey Haynos 6 pass fr Sam Hollenbach (Dan 

Enras kick). 9:26 

WV-FGPatMcAlee29.549 

MD-FG Dan Ennis 28. 0:49 

WV - Danus Reynaud 96 kickoff return (McAfee kick), 

032 
Third Quarter 

MD - Lance Ball 11 run (Ennrs kick), 1126 

WV - Patnck White 1 run (McAfee kick). 4:03 
Fourth Quarter 

MD - Isaiah Williams 35 pass fr Hollenbach (Ennis 

kick), 7 33 



INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS 

RUSHING - Maryland Lance Ball 12-50, Keon Lattmore 1542 Danny Oquendo 1-21 Sam Hollenbach 2-7 Josh Allen 2-6. 

Darhus Heyward-Bey 1-mmus 4: West Virginia: Steve Slaton 21-195, Patrick White 12-85 Owen Schmitt 8-55. Danus 

Reynaud 1-6. Team 1-minus 1 
PASSING - Maryland. Sam Hollenbach 24-45-2-211 West Virginia Patnck White 6-9-043 
RECEIVING - Maryland Joey Haynos 8-51 . Damus Heyward-Bey 5-19, Isaiah Williams 4-53 Danny Oquendo 340 Lance Ball 

2-12 Keon Lattmore 2-6. West Virginia: Danus Reynaud 4-28, Brandon Myles 1-12 Owen Schmitt 1-3 
MISSED FIELD GOALS -None. 
TACKLES - Maryland: David HoBoway 54-9. Trey Covington 4-3-7, Enn Henderson 24-6 Wesley Jefferson 0*6. Christian 

vamer 2-3-5: West Virginia. Kevin Mdce 6-2-8. Antonio Lewis 44-8, Quintan Andrews 2-5-7, Bobby Hathaway 0-7-7 
ATT - 60,511 WEATHER - 68 degrees party doudy 




GAME 4 

CHEVY CHASE 

BANK FIELD AT 

BYRD STADIUM 

COLLEGE PARK, MD. 

SEPT. 23, 2006 



45 MARYLAND 



14 



24 FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL 



10 



COLLEGE PARK, Md (AP) -Sam Hollenbach threw a pair of first-half touchdown passes and Chnstian 
Varner intercepted Josh Padnck's pass at the 3-yard line as time expired, preserving Maryland's victory over 
Florida International. 

Padnck. who completed 15 of 32 passes for 221 yards, completed a desperation heave to Chandler 
Williams at the 9 with 1 second left Varner's interception, however, sent the Golden Panthers (0-4) to their 
fourth loss by a combined total of 11 points this season 

Hollenbach completed 17 of 30 passes for 158 yards, and Lance Ball added 82 yards rushing for the 
Terrapins (3-1). 

Maryland took advantage of early miscues by Florida International to take the lead. 

After a 13-yard punt by Chris Cook gave the Terrapins the ball at the Florida International 43, their 
dnve appeared to stall when Alexander Bostic sacked Hollenbach on a third-and-11 . But the Panthers were 
called for a face-mask penalty, and two plays later Hollenbach hit Josh Allen on a screen pass for a 14-yard 
touchdown 

The Terps had a chance to extend the lead early in the second quarter, but Lionell Singleton intercepted 
Hollenbach's pass in the end zone 

Two plays later. Panthers tight end Samuel Smith caught a short pass from Padnck, broke a tackle at the 
35 and ran 87 yards for the tying score It was the longest pass play in Florida International history. 

Following a missed 47-yard field-goal attempt by Maryland's Dan Ennis. the Terrapins took a 14-7 lead 
near the end of the half when Danny Oquendo's 37-yard punt return gave them the ball at the Panthers 28. 
Hollenbach then found Williams in the front comer of the end zone with 10 seconds left. 

In the second half, A'Mod Ned's 52-yard run down the right sideline set up Chns Patullo's 26-yard field 
goal, cutting Maryland's lead to 14-10 with 10:42 to play. The Panthers had rushed for a total of 31 yards pnor 
to Ned's run 

Ball finished with 82 yards rushing for the Terrapins, who held the ball for 12 minutes more than Flonda 
International in the game 



BOX SCORE 





1ST 


2ND 


3RD 


4TH 


- FINAL 


FLORIDA INTL. (04) 





7 





3 


10 


MARYLAND (3-1) 


7 


7 








14 



first Quarter 

MD - Josh Allen 14 pass fr Sam Hollenbach (Dan 

Ennis kek). 4.23 
Second Quartet 

FIU - Samuel Smith 89 pass fr Josh Padrick (Dustin 

Rivest kick). 8:07 

MD - Isaiah Williams 5 pass fr Sam Hollenbach (Ennis 

kick). 0:10 
Fourth Quarter 

FIU -FG Dustin Rivest 26, 10:42 



INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS 

RUSHING - Maryland Lance Ball 19-82, Keon Lattimore 8-38, Josh Allen 9-17. Sam Hollenbach 4-minus 20, FIU A'mod Ned 

15-88, John Ellis 14, josh Padrick 3-mmus 3 
PASSING - Maryland Sam Hollenbach 17-30-1-158, FIU Josh Padnck 15-32-1-221. Team 0-2-0-0 
RECEIVING - Maryland: Damus Heyward-Bey 4-35, Isaiah Williams 4-27 Josh Allen 343, Danny Oquendo 3-36. Joey Haynos 

1-10 Keon Lattmore 1-6, Lance Ball 1-1 , FIU: Chand Williams 5-76. A'mod Ned 3-12. Ashlyn Parker 3-10, Samuel Smith 

2-104. Jeremy Dickens 2-19. 
MISSED FIELD GOALS - Maryland Dan Ennis 47 
TACKLES - Maryland: Wesley Jefferson 4-3-7. Moses Fokou 14-5. David HcJIoway 3-14, Jeremy Navarre 2-24, FIU Chris 

Smith 94-13, Keyonvis Bouie 56-11, Wendy Napoleon 3*9, Lion Singleton 3-W 
ATT-45,317 WEATHER - 81 degrees, partly cloudy. 





MD 


FIU 


First DO'.VPS 


20 


12 


Rushes-Yards 


40-117 


19-89 


CompJUMnl 


17-30-1 


15-34-1 


Passing Yards 


158 


221 


Rerun Yards 


170 


64 


Punts-Average 


7426 


841.9 


Fumbles-Lost 


1-0 


M 


Penalties-Yards 


6-74 


6-50 


Sacks By-Yards Lost 


WJ 


3-20 


Time of Possesson 


36:07 


23:53 



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GAME 5 

GRANT FIELD AT 
BOBBY DODD 

STADIUM 

ATLANTA, GA. 

OCT. 7, 2006 



#18/20 GEORGIA TECH 



MARYLAND 



ATLANTA (AP) -Tashard Choice rushed (or a career-high 1 38 yards and two touchdowns and No 18 Georgia Tech 
rallied from a nine-point deficit and survived a last-minute scare to beat Maryland 

Michael Johnson got to Maryland quarterback Sam Hollenbach on third and fourth down in the final minute after 
the Terrapins had a first-and-goal at the 7 

Choice posted his second straight 100-yard game Reggie Ball added 84 yards rushing with a touchdown and 
completed another touchdown pass to Calvin Johnson as Georgia Tech (5-1 . 3-0) won its fifth straight game 

Johnson had 10 catches for 133 yards and a touchdown He caught four passes for 53 yards in the first 
possession of the game, including a 10-yard touchdown. 

Maryland's first points came on a 100-yard kickoff return for a touchdown by Josh Wilson 

On Maryland's final possession, Sam Hollenbach completed a pass to Darnus Heyward-Bey that went for 57 
yards to the Tech 7 

Two carries by Lance Ball gained only 2 yards, leaving Maryland with a third down at the 5 Michael Johnson 
harassed Hollenbach, who was penalized for intentional grounding On fourth-and-19, Michael Johnson again broke 
through for another sack to end the Terrapins' upset bid 

Maryland (3-2, 0-1) led 23-14 after three quarters before committing two turnovers in the final period 

After Tech pulled within 23-21 , Lance Ball, who rushed for 1 1 6 yards, lost a fumble al the Maryland 1 7 with 1 1 05 
left The ball was recovered by KaMichael Hall to set up the go-ahead 15-yard touchdown run by Choice 

The Terrapins then drove info Tech territory before Hollenbach's fourth-and-2 pass from the 41 was intercepted 
by Kenny Scott. 

Hollenbach's 3-yard pass lo tight end Joey Haynos, open in the middle of the end zone, gave the Terrapins a 1 7-7 
lead early in the second quarter 

Choice led Georgia Tech back, handling the ball on seven plays in an eight-play touchdown drive that ended with 
his 1-yard leap over the top for the score 

Trailing 17-14, Tech drove lo the Maryland 23 late in the half On fourth-and-1. Bell faked a 40-yard field goal 
attempt, but his pass attempt for Duranf Brooks, the holder, was incomplete 

Dan Ennis kicked a 46-yard field goal, the longest of his career, with 59 seconds left in the half to give Maryland 
a 20-14 lead A 32-yard field goal by Ennis in the third quarter pushed the lead to 23-14 



BOX SCORE 



tsr 


2ND 


3RD 


4TH 


FINAL 


MARYLAND (3-2, 0-1) 10 


10 


3 





23 


GEORGIA TECH (5-1, 3-0) 7 


7 





13 


27 





MO 


GT 


First Downs 


14 


20 


Rushes-Yards 


15-87 


43-229 


Comp-Att-Int 


16-24-1 


1 1-26-0 


Passing Yards 


I'll! 


161 


Return Yards 


170 


133 


Punts-Average 


3-45.7 


.'41,:-. 


Fumbles-b St 


1-1 


1-1 


Penalties-Yards 


4-44 


6-4/ 


Sacks By-Yards Losl 


1-5 


5-37 


Time of Possession 


28 ', 1 


3107 



First Quartet 

GT - Calvin Johnson 10 pass fr Reggie Ball (Travis 

Bell kick), 1058 

MD - Josh Wilison 100 kickoff return (Dan Ennis kick), 

10:38 

MD-FG Dan Ennis 18, 146 
Second Quarter 

MD - Joey Haynos 3 pass fr Sam Hollenbach (Ennis 

kick), 1333 

GT - Tashard Choice 1 run (T Bell kKk). 9:12 

MD-FG Dan Ennis 46, 059 
Third Quarter 

MD-FG Dan Ennis 32 309 
Fourth Quarter 

GT - Reggie Ball 8 run |T Bell kick). 11:33 

GT - Tashard Choice 15 run (pass failed). 10:10 



INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS 

RUSHING - Maryland: Lance Ball 23-116. Keon Lallimore 5-2, Sam Hollenbach 7-minus 31, Georgia Tech: Tashard Choice 

26-138. Reggie Ball 15-84, Rashaun Grant 1-9, Team 1-minus 2, 
PASSING - Maryland Sam Hollenbach 16-24-1-190. Georgia Tech: Reggie Ball 13-25-0-161, Travis Bell 0-1-0-0 
RECEIVING • Maryland Darnus Heyward-Bey 5-111, Jason Goode 4-33. Danny Clquendo 2-21. Joey Haynos 2-13, Keon 

Laltimore 1-10 Lance Ball 1-4 Josh Allen 1-minus 2, Georgia Tech: Calvin Johnson 10-133, James Johnson 3-28 
MISSED FIELD GOALS - Georgia Tech Travis Bell 41, 31 
TACKLES • Maryland David Holkway 6-4-10. Wostey Jefferson 6-3-9 Enn Henderson 5-3-8, Josh Wilson 5-0-5, Isaiah Gardner 

4 15 Marcus Wmbush 4-1-5, Jeremy Navarre 1-4-5: Georgia Tech KaMichael Hall 3-8-11 Kenny Scott 5-3-8, Michael 

Johnson 5-1-6. Jamai Lews 4-2-6. Philip Wheeler 2-3-5 
AH ■ 51.686 WEATHER - 71 degrees, sunny 




GAME 6 

SCOTT STADIUM 

CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA. 

OCT. 14, 2006 



27 MARYLAND 



23 VIRGINIA 



28 
26 



CHARLOTTESVILLE Va (AP) - Keon Lattimore ran 56 yards for the go-ahead touchdown and Enn Henderson 
returned an interception 45 yards for another score as Maryland rallied for a victory over Virginia. 

The Terrapins (4-2, 1-1 Atlantic Coast Conference) trailed 20-0 before staging their comeback. 

It started when Emmanuel Byers muffed a punt early in the second half and Maryland recovered at 
the Virginia 1 Lance Ball scored on the next play, and Maryland scored three more TDs before Virginia 
contributed some drama at the end 

The Cavaliers (2-5. 1-2) had a chance to tie with 2 37 left when Jameel Sewell hit Kevin Ogletree with a 
44-yard touchdown pass, but Terps defensive back Josh Wilson helped break up a 2-point pass lo Ogletree. 

The victory was the first for the visiting team in five meetings between the Terps with Ralph Fnedgen as 
coach and Virginia under Al Groh. Last season. Maryland scored 21 points in the fourth quarter in a 45-33 
win 

After a 255-yard first half, Virginia managed |ust three first downs in the third quarter The Cavaliers still 
led 21-7, but were clearly on their heels 

Sam Hollenbach ran 3 yards for a touchdown on the second play of the final quarter, and the Terps held 
Virginia without a first down Five plays after the Terps took over at their 16, Lattimore burst through the line 
and down the right sideline almost untouched. 

Two plays after the kickoff, Henderson stepped in front of Sewell's pass for Tom Santi at the Terps 45 and 
the linebacker outran everyone down the other side. 

In 611 . Maryland had scored 21 points and taken a 28-20 lead 

Fans who weren't streaming to the exits saw Sewell drive the Cavaliers to the Maryland 21 before his 
6-yard run and three incompletions gave the ball back 

After a Maryland punt, Sewell found Ogletree down the middle of the field on the first play. But Wilson also 
had Ogletree on the 2-point pass, and was there lo help break up the attempt 

Hollenbach was 17-for-28 for 171 yards, and Sewell was 13-for-21 for 243, He also ran 10 times for 92 
yards, including a 36-yard touchdown on Virginia's first series. 



BOX SCORE 





1ST 


2ND 


3RD 


4TH 


FINAL 


MARYLAND (4-2, 1-1) 








7 


21 


28 


VIRGINIA (2-5. 1-2) 


10 


10 





6 


26 





MD 


VA 


First Downs 


17 


VI 


Rushes. Yards 


34-174 




Comp-Att-Int 


17-28-1 


13-21-1 


Passing Yards 


171 


24.1 


Return Yards 


160 


217 


Punts-Average 


644 3 


4 MS 


Fumbles-Lost 


0-0 


2-1 


Penalties-Yards 




2-10 


irds LOSt 


14 


2-18 


: 


32 12 


27 48 



First Quarter 

VA - Jameel Sewell 36 run (Chns Gould kick), 8 08 

VA-FGChns Gould 26. 042 
Second Quarter 

VA - Kevin Ogletree 38 pass fr Jameel Sewell (Gould kick), 

3:21 

VA-FGChns Gould, 0:00 
Third Quarter 

MO • Lance Ball 1 run (Dan Ennis kick), 8 43 
fourth Quarter 

MD - Sam Hollenbach 3 run (Ennis kKk), 14 11 

MD - Keon Lattimore 56 run (Ennis kek). 911 

MD - Enn Henderson 45 interception return (Ennis kick), 

8:00 

VA ■ Kevin Ogletree 44 pass fr Sewell (pass tailed), 2 37 



INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS 

RUSHING ■ Maryland Keon Lallimore 15-114, Lance Ball 12-76, Josh Allen 1-3, Team 2-minus 4, Sam Hollenbach 4-minus 15. 

Virginia Jameel Sewell 10-92, Jason Snelling 2141, Mikell Simpson 2-4, Deyon Williams 1-3, Ke«n Ogletree 1-1. 
PASSING - Maryland Sam Hollenbach 17-28-1-171. Virginia Jameel Sewell 13-21-1-243 
RECEIVING - Maryland Darnus Heyward-Bey 5-39. Danny Oguendo 3-41. Keon Lallimore 3-37, Joey Haynos 2-28, Jason 

Goode 1-13, Isaiah Williams 1-13. Drew Weathedy 1-1, Lance Ball 1-minus 1: Virginia Kevin Ogletree 3-133. Jason 

Snelling 3-41 Deyon Williams 3-20 Tom Santi 2-25, Fonlel Mines 2-24 
MISSED FIELD GOALS > Maryland Dan Ennis 30. Virginia Chns Gould 50 
TACKLES - Maryland Wesley Jefferson 4-8-12 Enn Henderson 445-10. David Holloway 2-4-6, Marcus Wimbusti 3-1-4 Trey 

Covington 3-1-4. Chnslian Vamer 3-1-4. Dre Moore 3-1-4. Virginia Jon Copper 2-6-8, Byron Qaspy 3-4-7 Chns Long 

5-1-6, Jeffrey Fitzgerald 3-343. Keenan Carter 0J54S 
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GAME 7 

CHEVY CHASE 

BANK FIELD AT 

BYRD STADIUM 

COLLEGE PARK, MD. 

OCT. 21,2006 



MARYLAND 



NC STATE 



COLLEGE PARK, Md (AP) -Maryland converted two consecutive turnovers into 14 third-quarter points, and the 
Terrapins held on to defeat North Carolina Slate- 
Maryland (5-2, 2-1 Atlantic Coast Conference) led 6-0 before a fumble recovery and an interception produced two 
quick touchdowns and a 20-point cushion. 

NC State (3-4, 2-2) used a long drive and a 65-yard punt return by Darrell Blackman lo close to 23-13 with 818 
left, but the comeback bid was blunted when Daniel Evans threw his second interception of the game 

After Dan Ennis kicked his fourth field goal for Maryland. Ihe Wolfpack used a 1-yard touchdown run by Toney 
Baker to get within six points with 58 seconds left But the Terrapins recovered the onside kick to secure Ihe victory 

Maryland's Sam Hollenbach went 7-for-9 for 115 yards and a touchdown, and Lance Ball ran for 77 yards and a 
score. 

The Wolfpack have been hurt by turnovers all season, and the same problem hindered their bid to beat Maryland 
for a third straight time On the first play from scnmmage in Ihe second half, NC State's Andre Brown fumbled when 
hil by Marcus Wimbush. who recovered al the Wolfpack 31 

After Hollenbach threw a 21-yard completion to Darrius Heyward-Bey, Josh Allen scored on a 5-yard pass lo 
make it 13-0. 

On the first play after the kickoff, Evans was intercepted by Erin Henderson at the NC Stale 24 Hollenbach 
promptly ran for 20 yards, setting up a 2-yard touchdown run by Ball with 10:07 left in the third quarter 

NC State got on the board with a 14-play, 80-yard dnve that ended in a 2-yard touchdown run by Brown Bui the 
conversion was blocked, and the Terrapins padded their lead on the ensuing possession, getting a 40-yard field goal 
for a 23-6 lead. 

Maryland backup running back Keon Lattimore had three catches for 72 yards and added 33 yards rushing in a 
first half dominated by the Terrapins 

Held to one first down on its opening two possessions, Maryland moved 67 yards in 10 plays before Ennis 
kicked a 32-yard field goal for a 3-0 lead The key play was the first one. a 32-yard swing pass from Hollenbach to 
Lattimore. 

The Terrapins started their nexl dnve in identical fashion This time. Lattimore look a short pass 34 yards lo the 
Wolfpack 24 Five plays later, Ennis kicked a 27-yard field goal. 

NC Stale got only 25 yards passing in Ihe first half and advanced into Maryland territory only once in five 
possessions 



BOX SCORE 





1ST 


2ND 


3RD 


«m 


FINAL 


NC STATE (34, 2-2) 








6 


14 


20 


MARYLAND (5-2, 2-1) 





6 


17 


3 


26 





MD 


NCSU 


F rsl Downs 


17 


19 


Rushes-Yards 


34-174 


35-181 


Comp-Att-lnl 


17-28-1 


13-21-1 


Passing Yards 


171 


243 


Return Yards 


160 


217 


Punls-Average 


6443 


4-34.8 


Fumbles-Losl 


0-0 


2-1 


Penalties-Yards 


2-2C 


2-10 


Seels By-Yards Lost 


14 


2-18 


Time if Possession 


32:12 


27:48 



Second Quarter 

MD -FG Dan Ennis 32, 1351 

MD-FG Dan Ennis 27. 7 49 
Third Quarter 

MD- Josh Allen 4 pass fr Sam Hollenbach (Ennis kick). 

11:56 

MD - Lance Ball 2 run (Ennis kick), 10:07 

NCS - Andre Brown 2 run (kick bkxked). 4:06 

MD-FG Dan Ennis 40. 0:02 
Fourth Quarter 

NCS - Darrell Blackman 65 punt return (John Deraney 

kick). 8:18 

MD-FG Dan Ennis 18. 1:55 

NCS - Toney Baker 1 run (Deraney kick). 0:58 



INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS 

RUSHING - Maryland Lance Ball 17-77, Sam Hollenbach 7-62, Keon Lattimore 10-35, Tim Cesa 1-11. Josh Allen 1-3. Darius 

Heyward-Bey 1-mmus 5, Team 4-minus 18: NC Stale: Toney Baker 20-95, Andre Brown 10-62. Daniel Evans 8-minus 3 
PASSING - Maryland Sam Hollenbach 7-9*115-1: NC State: Daniel Evans 15-26-2-145. 
RECEIVING - Maryland: Keon Lattimore 3-72, Damus Heyward-Bey 2-36. Josh Allen 14. Jason Goode 1-3: NC Slate 

John Dunlap 443 Lamart Barrett 3-36, Darrell Blackman 3-30. Anthony Hill 240, Andre Brown 2-minus 2. Toney Baker 

1-mtmjs2. 
MISSED FIELD GOALS -None 
TACKLES - Maryland Wesley Jefferson 7-6-13, Enn Henderson 3-7-10 Marcus Wimbush 3-3-6, David Holloway 1-5-6, Josh 

Wilson 4-1-5, Isaiah Gardner 3-2-5: NC State Garland Heath 3*9, DaJuan Morgan 5-3-8, Patrick Lowery 44-8, Miguel 

Scotl 3-14, Marrrel Brown 1-34 Wilis Young 1-34 
ATT - 50.230 WEATHER - 55 degrees, dear 




GAME 8 

CHEVY CHASE 

BANK FIELD AT 

BYRD STADIUM 

COLLEGE PARK, MD. 

OCT. 28, 2006 



26 MARYLAND 



20 FLORIDA STATE 



27 

24 



COLLEGE PARK, Md (AP) ■ Sam Hollenbach threw three touchdown passes, and Maryland held off Flonda State to keep the 
Semmoles in the Atlantic Coast Conference cellar 

Maryland led 27-14 in Ihe third quarter, but was not assured the victory until Jeremy Navarre blocked a 46-yard field goal try 
by Gary Cismesia with 42 seconds left. It was the second time in three seasons that the Terrapins (6-2, 3-1 ) beat the Semmoles 
(4-4, 2-4) 

After Ihe game thousands of fans rushed the field to celebrate the win, which made the Terrapins eligible lo receive a bowt 
bid. 

Flonda State sophomore quarterback Drew Weathertord was a late scratch with tendinitis in his right foot, ending a run of 20 
successive starts He was replaced by sophomore Xavier Lee 

The short-handed Semmoles closed to 27-24 with 8.49 led when Cismesia kicked a 24-yard field goal after Lee completed a 
55-yard pass to Chns Davis Flonda State then forced a punt and took over at its own 15 with 5.30 to go 

The Semmoles got to the Maryland 16, but a sack by David Holloway and an incomplete pass preceded the ill-fated field goal 
try by Cismesia. A bnsk wind with gusts of up to 40 mph affected with the kicking game 

On the opening dnve of the third quarter, FSU Coach Bobby Bowden decided against punting into the wind on a fourth-and-1 
at midfield 

Fullback Joe Surratt was stuffed by Navarre, and a personal foul against the Semmoles gave Maryland a first down on the 
FSU 33 On third down, Hollenbach threw a 30-yard touchdown pass to Darrius Heyward-Bey 

It turned out to be the Terrapins' final score Lee then directed an 80-yard dnve into the wind, capping the march with a 17-yard 
touchdown pass to Davis. 

Hollenbach finished 9-for-16 for 113 yards He threw two touchdown passes in the first half to stake the Terrapins to a 20-14 
lead 

Maryland took advantage of a turnover to go up 7-0 in the first quarter After FSU receiver Greg Carr lost a fumble, Hollenbach 
capped a 48-yard dnve with a 3-yard touchdown pass to Dan Gronkowski 

After Antone Smith scored on a 9-yard run for FSU, Dan Ennis put Maryland back in front with a field goal The Terrapins then 
forced a punt, and Danny Oquendo returned the kick 35 yards, setting up a 5-yard touchdown catch by Heyward-Bey for a 17-7 
lead 

A 28-yard punt gave Maryland the ball at the Flonda State 49, and the Terrapins converted the fine field position into another 
field goal. 

The Seminoles then closed to 20-14 when Carr made a leaping catch in the end zone with 53 seconds left m the half 



BOX SCORE 





1ST 


2ND 


3RD 


4TH 


FINAL 


FLORIDA ST. (44, 2-4) 


7 


7 


7 


3 


24 


MARYLAND (6-2, 3-1) 


10 


10 


7 


rj 


27 





MD 


',VM 


First Downs 


15 


24 


Rushes-Yards 


32-92 


34-172 


Comp-Att-lnl 


12-204 


22-36-0 


Passing Yards 


131 


286 


Return Vards 


113 


22 


Punts-Average 


544.8 


4-32.C 


Fumbles-Lost 


2-0 


1-1 


Penalties-Yards 


10-75 


13-100 


Sacks By-Yards Lost 


3-9 


2-17 


Time of Possession 


; 7 4'. 


32:20 



Firsr Quarter 

MD - Dan Gronkowski 2 pass fr Sam Hollenbach (Dan Ennis 

kick), 9:39 

FS - Anlone Smith 9 run (Gary Cismesia kick), 6:12 

MD • FG Dan Ennis 38, 0:26 
Second Quarter 

MD - Damus Heyward-Bey 5 pass fr Hollenbach (Ennis kick), 

1116 

MD - FG Dan Ennis 39 219 

FS - Greg Carr 15 pass fr Xavier Lee (Cismesia kick). 0:53 
Third Quarter 

MD - Damns Heyward-Bey 30 pass fr Hollenbach (Ennis lock), 

9:24 

FS - Chns Davis 17 pass fr Lee (Cismesia kick) 3:42 
Fourth Quarter 

FS-FG Gary Cismesia 24. 8 49 



INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS 

RUSHING - Maryland Keon Lattimore 1043, Lance Ball 11-39. Danny Oquendo 1-18 Josh Allen 5-18. Team 2-minus4, Sam Hol- 
lenbach 3-mmus 22, Flonda State Antone Smith 14-83, Xavier Lee 8-50, Lorenzo Booker 1141 Joe Surratt l -minus 2 

PASSING - Maryland: Sam Hollenbach 12-20-0-131, Flonda State Xavier Lee 22-36-0-286 

RECEIVING - Maryland Damus Heyward-Bey 3-57, Keon Lattimote 2-25, Isaiah Williams 2-12, Lanoe Ball 1-11, Joey Haynos 
1-9, Josh Allen 1-9, Cory Jackson 1-6, Dan Gronkowski 1-2: Flonda State: Chris Davis 8-132. Greg Can S-S4 Brandon 
Warren 3-21. Joslin Shaw 2-35 Antone Smith 2-9. Lorenzo Booker 14. Joe Surratt 1-1. 

MISSED FIELD GOALS - Florida State Gary Cismesia 46 (blocked) 

TACKLES - Maryland: Enn Henderson 10-2-12, Chnstian Vamer 6-2-8, David Holloway 4-3-7. Marcus Wimbush 2-5-7. Isaiah 
Gardner 4-1-5. Jeremy Navarre 3-2-5: Flonda State: Buster Davis 4-5-9, Myron Rotle 3-5-8, Lawrence Timmons 34-7, 
Roger Williams 3-M. Rodney Gallon 3-2-5 

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GAME 9 

CLEMSON MEMORIAL 

STADIUM 

CLEMSON, S.C. 

NOV. 4, 2006 



MARYLAND 



#19/1 9 CLEMSON 



CLEMSON, S C (AP) - Dan Ennis kicked a 31-yard field goal as time ran out, lifting Maryland to its fourth 
straight victory, a win over No 19 Clemson that moved the Terrapins into a tie for first place in the Atlantic 
Division race 

The Terps (7-2, 4-1 ACC) used the same bluepnnt as Virginia Tech to keep Clemson's powerful running 
game in check But it looked like it wouldn't matter after Jad Dean kicked his fourth field goal with 2:25 left to put 
the Tigers (7-3. 4-3) ahead 12-10 

But Sam Hollenbach drove Maryland 54 yards to Clemson's 12 - converting a fourth-and-inches with his 
sneak - to set up Ennis' game winner 

The Terps lumped and hugged Ennis in celebration They had a lot to be happy about - the victory keeps 
them in the mix to represent the league's Atlantic Division in the championship game 

Maryland came into the weekend tied in the division with No 16 Boston College and No. 22 Wake Forest It 
remained on top with Wake Forest after the Demon Deacons' win over the Eagles later Saturday night. 

Maryland's chances seemed slim after the Tigers got a key call overturned by the replay booth to help them 
take the lead. 

Clemson trailed 10-9 midway through the final period when quarterback Will Proctor had the ball npped from 
his hands at the end of a run near Clemson's 10 Tailback C.J. Spiller chased the ball back to the goal line and 
slid into the end zone as he collected it When Maryland linebacker David Holloway fell on Spiller, officials gave 
Maryland a safety 

But after a lengthy review, Spiller was ruled down on Clemson's 1 

Two plays later, Proctor completed a 7 1 -yard pass down the middle to tight end Thomas Hunter to Maryland's 
28 

Clemson appeared to put the game away when James Davis rushed for a touchdown That play, however, 
was nullified by an illegal procedure call and the Tigers settled for Dean's final kick 

For the second straight week, Clemson's powerful tailback tandem of Davis and Spiller was held in check 
The two combined for 332 yards on the ground to beat Georgia Tech, a victory thai lifted the Tigers into the top 
10 In this one, Davis had 90 yards - he had a 42-yard run early in the game - and Spiller 41 

Hollenbach led the Terps. completing 23 of 34 passes for 247 yards He hit on 11 straight throws dunng one 
stretch, including Maryland's only touchdown play - a 7-yard sconng pass to Danny Oquendo. 



BOX SCORE 





1ST 


2ND 


3RD 


4TH 


FINAL 


MARYLAND (7-2. 4-1) 





7 


3 


3 


13 


CLEMSON (7-3, 4-3) 


3 


3 





6 


12 





MD 


CU 


First Downs 


18 


li 


Rushes- Yards 


.,-".4 


41-143 


Comp-Att-lnl 


23-35-1 


18-27-0 


Passing Yards 


247 


251 


Return Yards 


62 


92 


Punis-Average 


643.3 


541.8 


Fumbles-Losl 


1-0 


2-0 


Penalties-Yards 


6-31 


1-5 


Sacks By-Yards Lost 


0-0 


2-11 


Time of Possession 


28 52 


31:08 



First Quarter 

CU-FG Jad Dean 27. 6:52 
Second Quarter 

MD - Danny Oquendo 7 pass fr Sam Hollenbach (Ennis 

kick). 14 54 

CU-FG Jad Dean 32. 4.39 
Third Quarter 

MD-FG Dan Ennis 31. 7:18 
Fourth Quarter 

CU-FG Jad Dean 25, 14 51 

CU-FG Jad Dean 22, 2 25 

MD-FG Dan Ennis 31. 0:00 



INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS 

RUSHING - Maryland Keon Lattimore 10-38. Sam Hollenbach 8-11, Lance Ball 10-5, Clemson James Davis 20-90, C.J. Spiller 

9-41. Will Proctor 9-9, Reggie Memvvealher 1-3 Chansi Stuckey 2-0 
PASSING • Maryland Sam Hollenbach 23-34-1-247, Team 0-1-0-0: Clemson Will Proctor 18-27-0-251. 
RECEIVING - Maryland Joey Haynos 6-52, Isaiah Williams 5*6, Danny Oquendo 5-36. Oarnuis Heyward-Bey 4-18, Jason 

Goode 3-75, Clemson: Cnansi Stuckey 8-129, Tyler Gnsham 3-28, Thomas Hunter 2-79, Jacoby Ford 2-6. C.J Spiller 

2-2, Aaron Kelly 1-7 
MISSED FIELD GOALS -None 
TACKLES • Maryland Enn Henderson 9-9-18. M : us Wimbush 5-4-9. Trey Covington 5-3-8. Josh Wilson 7-0-7. Isaiah Gardner 

6-1-7, Jeremy Navarre 4-3-7, Wesley Jefferson 34-7 Chnstjan Vamer 34-7, Clemson Chns Clemons 9-3-12, Michael 

Hamlin 84-12, Duane Coleman 8-1-9, Antono Clay 7-2-9, Nick Walkms 4-5-9 
ATT - 79,000 WEATHER - 49 degree 




GAME 1 

CHEVY CHASE 

BANK FIELD AT 

BYRD STADIUM 

COLLEGE PARK, MD. 

NOV. 11, 2006 



13 #23/24 MARYLAND 



14 



12 MIAMI 



13 



COLLEGE PARK, Md - Sam Hollenbach connected with Darnus Heyward-Bey twice, including a school- 
record 96-yard touchdown pass in the second quarter, as the Maryland Terrapins outlasted the Miami 
Hurricanes 

The Terps (8-2, 5-1 ACC) maintained a share of first place in the ACC Atlantic Division following the win. 
Miami fell to 5-5, 2-4 in the conference. 

With the win. Maryland became the first team in 21 seasons to defeat both the Hurricanes and the Florida 
Slate Seminoles in the same year, a feat last accomplished by the Florida Gators in 1985. 

Despite only recording six first downs, the Terps staked an early 14-0 lead and the defense prevailed, 
with a key interception by Trey Covington on the Hurricanes' final dnve Although Miami forced a late punt. 
Isaiah Gardner swooped in to cause Bruce Johnson's fumble, which was recovered by J.J. Justice to seal the 
victory, Maryland's fifth in a row. 

Hollenbach, who threw for over 200 yards for the second straight game, finished with 202 yards on 11-of- 
1 6 passing Heyward-Bey eclipsed the century mark in receiving yards for the second time in his career, with 
five catches for 175 yards 

The duo connected on the Terps' then-longest play of the season, a 65-yard stnke for the opening 
touchdown with 1 1 :45 remaining in the first quarter It was the first time Maryland had scored a touchdown on 
its opening possession since Middle Tennessee on September 9 

However, they eclipsed both the season and all-time marks with the 96-yarder down the nght sideline 
in the second quarter The play broke the previous record of 92 yards (Stan Levme to Ed Bolton vs. South 
Carolina), a mark that stood for 57 seasons In addition, it was the longest play ever given up by the Miami 
defense in that school's history. 

Meanwhile, the Maryland defensive effort was led by linebackers Wesley Jefferson and Erin Henderson, 
who notched 14 and 13 tackles, respectively. Comerback Josh Wilson had five pass breakups in the game, 
including one midway through the fourth quarter which stopped a potential sconng dnve for Miami. 

Both teams played with great emotion following a pre-game moment of silence and tribute to Hurncanes 
senior defensive tackle Bryan Pata, who was shot and killed earlier this week. 



BOX SCORE 





1ST 


2ND 


3RD 


4TH 


■ FINAL 


MIAMI (5-5. 24) 





10 





3 


13 


MARYLAND (8-2. 5-1) 


7 


7 








14 





MD 


MIA 


First Downs 


6 


16 


Rushes-Yards 


21-56 


46-180 


Comp-Att-lnl 


11-16-0 




Passing Yards 


202 


140 


Return Yards 


40 


74 


Punis-Average 


11 


442,8 


Fumbles-Lost 


M 


1-1 


Penalties- Yards 


1-10 




Sacks By-1 ii 


1-9 


M 


Time ol Possession 


22:51 


37 09 



First Quarter 

MD - Darnus Heyward-Bey 65 pass fr Sam Hollenbach 

(Dan Ennis kick), 11 45 
Second Quarter 

MD - Darnus Heyward-Bey 96 pass tr Hollenbach (Ennis 

kick), 12:58 

MIA - FG Jon Peattie 32, 7:08 

MIA- Ryan Moore 28 pass fr Kirby Freeman (Peattie kick), 

2:25 
Fourtrt Quarter 

MIA -FG Jon Peattie 25. 1102 



INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS 

RUSHING - Maryland Lance Ball 1041, Josh Allen 3-13, Keon Lattimore 5-12, Sam Hollenbach 1-minus 4 Team 2-minus 6. 

Miami Javams James 22-78, Kirby Freeman 9-51 Tyrone Moss 12-37, Charlie Jones 3-14 
PASSING - Maryland Sam Hollenbach 11-1641-202: Miami Kirby Freeman 14-27-1-140 
RECEIVING • Man/land Damus Heyward-Bey 5-1 75, Danny Oquendo 2-16, Joey Haynos 2-10 Josh Allen 1-3 Jason Goode 

1-minus 2 Miami Ryan Moore 5-50, Greg Olsen 441, Lance Leggett 1-13. Sam Shields Ml, ChnsZellner 1-9, Tyrone 

Moss 1-9 Ryan Hill 1-7 
MISSED FIELD GOALS - Miami Jon Peattie 50 
TACKLES - Maryland Wesley Jefferson 7-7-14, Enn Henderson 4-9-13, Dre Moore 3-5-8, Marcus Wimbush 3-5-8, Isaiah 

Gardner 5-2-7, Trey Covington 34-7, Miami Brandon Menweathet 3-2-5, BarakaAlkms 14-5, Jon Season 2-24, Calais 

Campbell 2-24, Glenn Cook 2-24 
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GAME 1 1 

ALUMNI STADIUM 
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GAME 1 2 

CHEVY CHASE 

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COLLEGE PARK, MD. 

NOV. 25, 2006 



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BOSTON (AP) • Boston College led 14-0 in the first four minutes on Jolonn Dunbar's returns of 14 and 38 
yards before Matt Ryan threw two scoring passes in a win over 21st-ranked Maryland on Saturday 

Any hopes for a comeback were dashed by two more Terrapin turnovers • a 42-yard interception return for 
a touchdown by DeJuan Tribble and an interception in the end zone by Jamie Silva after Maryland reached 
the 4-yard line early in the fourth quarter 

The loss ended Maryland's five-game winning streak. 

On the second play from scrimmage, Danny Oquendo look a pitchout to the left from quarterback Sam 
Hollenbach and was blasted by Larry Anam. Oquendo fumbled, Hollenbach slid for the ball but it squirted 
toward Maryland's end zone, and Dunbar scooped it up and ran for the touchdown just 42 seconds into the 
game. 

On the fifth play of the next series, Hollenbach tried a pitch to the other side with similar results. Lance Ball 
fumbled and Dunbar was there again, grabbing the ball and racing untouched into the end zone, 

Ryan finally got in the game with 6:36 left in the first quarter and threw a 21-yard completion to Tony 
Gonzalez on his first play That series ended with a missed 42-yard field goal attempt by Steve Aponavicius. 
Maryland scored midway through the second quarter on the first of Dan Ennis' three field goals, a 29-yarder 

Then Ryan led BC to touchdowns on a 34-yard pass to Gonzalez and a 17-yarder to Brandon Robinson 
for a 28-3 lead. On those two series, Ryan completed 9 of 12 passes for 140 yards. 

Ennis' 37-yard field goal on the last play of the half and his 46-yarder cut the lead to 28-9. After Tribble's 
interception, Maryland scored its only touchdown on Josh Allen's 9-yard option pass to Oquendo 

The Terrapins had a chance to get within two scores early in the fourth quarter, but Hollenbach's pass was 
intercepted in the end zone by Jamie Silva. 

They also had a first-and-goal from the 5-yard-line later in the quarter, but turned the ball over on 
downs. 



BOX SCORE 



1ST 


2ND 


3RD 


4TH 


- FINAL 


MARYLAND (8-3, 5-2) 


6 


10 





16 


BOSTON COLL. (9-2, 5-2) 14 


14 


7 


3 


38 





MD 


BC 


First Downs 


17 


19 


Rushes-Yards 


34-174 


35-181 


Comp-Alt-lnl 


17-28-1 


13-21-1 


Passing Yards 


171 


243 


Return Yards 


160 


217 


Punls-Average 


6-44 3 


4-34.8 


Fumbles-Lost 


M 


2-1 


Penalties-Yards 


2-20 


2-10 


Sacks By-Yatds Lost 


1-4 


2-18 


Time ol Possession 


32:12 


27:48 



First Quarter 

BC - Jolonn Dunbar 14 fumble return (Steve Aponavicius 

kick). 1418 

BC - Jolonn Dunbar 38 fumble return (Aponavicius kick), 

11:52 
Second Quarter 

MD-FG Dan Ennis 29, 7:05 

BC - Tony Gonzalez 34 pass fr Matt Ryan (Aponavicius 

kick), 4:00 

BC - Brandon Robinson 1 7 pass fr Ryan (Aponavicius kick), 

0:50 

MD - FG Dan Ennis 37. 0:00 
Third Quarter 

MD-FG Dan Ennis 46. 8:45 

BC - DeJuan Tnbble 42 interception return (Aponavicius 

kick), 4 28 

MD - Danny Oquendo 9 pass from Josh Allen (Ennis kick), 

2:02 
Fourth Quarter 

BC-FG Steve Aponavicius 21, 13:11 



INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS 

RUSHING - Maryland: Keon Lattimore 1340. Lance Ball 7-23, Josh Allen 4-12, Sam Hollenbach 3-10, Damus Heyward-Bey 1-4. 

Danny Oquendo 1-mmus 16: Boston College: L V Whitwoith 21-100, Andre Callender 7-28. Team 2-mlnus 4 
PASSING - Maryland Sam Hollenbach 27-42-2-249, Josh Allen 1-1-0-9, Boston College Matt Ryan 19-29*249 
RECEIVING - Maryland Danny Oquendo 6-65. Joey Haynos 6-45, Keon Lattimore 6-34. Damus Heyward-Bey 4-37, Isaiah 

Willams 2-41 Lance Ball 2-16, Cory Jackson 1-13, Jason Goode 1-7: Boston College Tony Gonzalez 4-76, Ryan Purvis 

3-42, Taylor Sele 2-32, Kevin Challenger 2-25, Ryan Thompson 2-21 , Brandon Robinson 2-20, Andre Callender 2-1 , Jon 

Loyte 1-16, L.V Whltworth 1-16. 
MISSED FIELD GOALS - BOSTON COLLEGE STEVE APONAVICIUS 42 
TACKLES - Maryland: Enn Henderson 6-3-9, Wesley Jefferson 44-8. Jeremy Navane 4-2-6. David Holloway 5*5. Chnsoan 

Vainer 5*5. Maicus Wimbush 3-2-5: Boston Colkege Jolonn Dunbar 9-5-14, Jamie Silva 74-11, Bnan Toal 6-5-11. 

DeJuan Tnbble 6*6, Lany Anam 4-1-5 
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COLLEGE PARK, Md (AP) - Kenneth Moore ran for 165 yards and a touchdown, Kevin Hams scored twice, and 
freshman quarterback Riley Skinner went 1 0-for- 1 3 for 125 yards and a touchdown for No. 20 Wake Forest, which 
became the first ACC team in history to go 6-0 on the road with a victory over Maryland. 

Wake Forest handed Maryland (8-4. 5-3) its first home loss of the season 

II was Wake Forest's first win in eight tries against Maryland since 1998 The Demon Deacons were 1340-1 
against the Terrapins all-lime. 

Wake Forest went up 28-14 with an 80-yard touchdown drive to start the second half Moore had runs of 15 and 
23 yards and Skinner went 3-for-3 for 35 yards before Harris scored from the 3 

Maryland's Keon Lattimore then accounted for all the yardage in a 49-yard drive that produced a 26-yard field 
goal by Dan Ennis, but the Deacons answered with a field goal to restore the 14-poinl cushion 

Maryland closed to 31-24 when Sam Hollenbach threw a 5-yard touchdown pass to Isaiah Williams with 12 54 
left But Wake Forest responded with a 10-play, 76-yard drive that ended with a 1-yard touchdown run by Rich Belton 
on a fourth-down play 

Lattimore rushed for 119 yards and a touchdown, only the third player to reach the 100-yard mark against the 
Demon Deacons this season Hollenbach was 14-for-26 for 125 yards, but threw three interceptions. 

Wake Forest yielded 215 yards in the first half, but benefited Irom turnovers in taking a 21-14 lead. 

The final game of a crazy ACC regular season matched two of the league's most surpnsing teams in a duel for 
the Atlantic Division title 

Both teams scored touchdowns on their opening drives Lattimore ran in from the 12 before Harris concluded a 
13-play possession with a 2-yard run 

Next came an exchange of turnovers After Riley Swanson took an interception 30 yards to the Maryland 16, an 
apparent touchdown run by Moore was erased by a holding call. On the next play. Skinner threw his first interception 
on the road. A 19-yard touchdown run by Moore made it 14-7 early in the second quarter. 

The Terrapins' next two drives ended in interceptions by Alphonso Smith After the latter turnover, Skinner threw 
a 49-yard touchdown pass to Willie Idlette for a 21-7 lead, 

Maryland then got a 1-yard touchdown run by Lance Ball 

Despite the loss, the Terps still posted their fourth eight-win regular-season over the last six years They'll have a 
chance to win nine games for only the 1 3th time in school history in a bowl game 



BOX SCORE 

1ST 2h 

WAKE F OR. (10- 2, 6-2) 7 1. 

MARYLAND (8-4. 5-3) 7 7 





MD 


WF 


First Downs 


19 


22 


Rushes-Yards 


33-194 


57-296 


Comp-Att-Int 


14-26-3 


10-13-1 


Passing Yards 


182 


125 


Return Yards 


139 


"4 


Punts-Averaqe 


2-320 


3-347 


Fumbles-Lost 


t-0 


1-0 


Penalties-Yards 


5-30 


4-34 


Sacks By-Yards Lost 


0* 


14 


T me of Possession 


24:47 


35:13 



First Quarter 

MD - Keon Lattimore 12 ran (Dan Ennis kick), 10:16 

WF - Kevin Hams 2 ran (Sam Swank kick), 6:11 
Second Quarter 

WF - Kenneth Moore 19 ran (Swank kick), 14:20 

WF - Willie Idlette 49 pass fr Riley Skinner (Swank kick), 

742 

MD - Lance Ball 1 ran (Ennis kick). 4:40 
7h/rd Quarter 

WF - Kevin Hams 3 ran (Swank kick], 10 03 

MD - FG Dan Ennis 26, 6,37 

WF • FG Sam Swank 36, 021 
Fourth Quarter 

MD - Isaiah Williams 5 pass fr Sam Hollenbach (Ennis 

kick), 12:54 

WF - Rich Belton 1 ran (Swank kick), 7:21 



INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS 

RUSHING - Maryland: Keon Lattimore 23-119, Lance Ball 6-64, Damus Heyward Bey 1-9, Sam Hollenbach 3-2: Wake Forest 

Kennelh Moore 27-165. Kevin Manon 443, Kevin Hams 1342, Riley Skinner 4-30, Nate Morton 2-12, Rich Betton 4-6. 

Willie Idlette 1-1. Team 2-minus 3. 
PASSING - Maryland Sam Hollenbach 14-26-3-182: Wake Forest Riley Skinner 10-13-1-125 
RECEIVING - Maryland: Isaiah Williams 3-65. Damus HeywanJ-Bey 3-37, Joey Haynos 2-33. Lance Ball 2-13, Danny Oquendo 

2-11. Jason Goode 1-19. Cory Jackson 14: Wake Forest Willie Idlette 4*4. Kenneth Moore 3-33. Nate Morton 2-11. 

John Tereshinski 1-17 
MISSED FIELD GOALS -None 
TACKLES - Maryland: Enn Henderson 3-8-11 , Maicus Wimbush 4-6-10, Wesley Jefferson 54-9. Isaiah Gardner 44-8 David 

Holloway 34-7, Trey Covington 2-5-7: Wake Forest: Aaton Curry 5-5-10, Jon Abbate 1-8-9, Stanley Amoux 2-5-7, Josh 

Gattis 3-34. 
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Maryland - Josh Wilson (100 yards) at Georgia Tech, 10/7/06. 
Opponent - Danus Reynaud (96 yards). West Virginia, 9/14/06 

BLOCKED PUNT RETURNED FOR TD 

Maryland -Leroy Ambush vs Virginia, 10/6/01 
Opponent - David Carter (10 yards). West Virginia 9/19/98 

PUNT RETURNED FOR TD 

Maryland - Steve Suter (76 yards) vs West Virginia (Gator Bowl), 1/1/04 
Opponent - Darrell Blackman (65 yards) vs NC State. 10/21/06 

INTERCEPTION RETURNED FOR TD 

Maryland - Enn Henderson (45 yards), at Virginia. 10/14/06 
Opponent - DeJuan Tnbble (42 yards), at Boston College, 11/18/06 

FUMBLE RETURNED FOR TD 

Maryland - Josh Wilson (20 yards) at Wake Forest, 9/24/05 

Opponent - Jolonn Dunbar, twice, (14 yards & 38 yards), at Boston College, 11/18/06 

RECORDED A SAFETY 

Maryland - vs Wake Forest, 11/30/02 (E J Henderson sack in the end zone) 
Opponent - Wake Forest. 9/24/05 (Sam Hollenbach sacked in end zone by D Anderson), 

BLOCKED A PUNT 

Maryland - Josh Wilson vs William S Mary, 9/2/06 
Opponent - Malcolm Tatum, al Honda State, 11/13/99 

BLOCKED A FIELD GOAL 

Maryland - Jeremy Navarre vs Flonda Stale, 10/28/06 
Opponent -Lance Evans, Virginia, 11/11/03. 

BLOCKED A PAT 

Maryland - Cados Feliciano, NC Stale, 10/21/06 
Opponent - Rick Sherrod West Virginia, 9/29/01 



TWO PLAYERS SCORED 2 TDS 

Maryland - Lance Ball (14 rush, 35 rush), Keon Lattimore (1 rush, 9 rush), vs Virginia, 10/1/05. 
Opponent- Reggie Memweather(1 rush, 38 rush), Curtis Baham (6 rec ., 51 ret), Clemson, 9/10/05 

PLAYER SCORED 2 TDS RUSHING 

Maryland - Lance Ball (12, 2), vs Middle Tennessee, 9/9/06 
Opponent - Kevin Hams (2, 3), vs Wake Forest, 11'25/06 

PLAYER PASSED FOR 2 TDS 

Maryland - Sam Hollenbach (65. 96), vs Miami. 11/11/06 
Opponent - Jameel Sewell (38, 44), al Virginia, 10/14/06 

PLAYER SCORED 2 TDS RECEIVING 

Maryland - Damus HeywarrJ-Bey (65, 96), vs Miami, 11/11/06 
Opponent - Kevin Ogletree (38. 44), at Virginia, 10/14/06 

50- YARD FIELD GOAL 

Maryland - Nick Novak (54 yards) vs Duke, 10/11/03 
Opponenl - Steve Ajar (52 yards). Northern Illinois. 8/28/03 

45-YARD FIELD GOAL 

Maryland - Dan Ennis (46 yards), at Boston Coltege, 11/18/06 
Opponent - Connor Barth (45 yards). North Carolina. 11/12/05 

FIVE FIELD GOALS 

Maryland - Dale Castro (45. 29, 18, 32. 42) vs Mississippi Stale. 9/22/79 
Opponenl - Nicholas Sella (51 , 32, 18, 46, 24), Notre Dame, 8/31/02 

FOUR FIELD GOALS 

Maryland - Dan Ennis (32. 27. 40. 18). NC State, 10/21/06 
Opponenl - Jad Dean (27, 32, 25, 22), al Clemson. 11/4/06. 

THREE HELD GOALS 

Maryland - Dan Ennis (29. 37, 46), at Boston College, 11/18/06 
Opponenl - Jad Dean (27 32 25, 22) at Clemson 11/4/06 



DEFENSIVE SHUTOUT 

Maryland - vs The Citadel (61-0), 9/13/03 
Opponent - at Virginia (16-0), 11/6/04 

PLAYER PASSED FOR 6 TDS 

Maryland - None 

Opponenl - Chns Weinke (6, 5, 6, 30. 26, 28), al Flonda Slate, 11/13/99 

PLAYER SCORED 5 TDS 

Maryland - Bob Shemonski (22 rush. 26 rush, 82 PR, 4 rush, 8 rush) vs Virginia Tech, 11/7/50 

PLAYER PASSED FOR 5 TDS 

Maryland - Scott Milanovich (5, 14, 27, 5, 12) vs NC Stale, 11/5/94 
Opponenl- Chns Rix (16. 9, 28. 22, 31), at Flonda Stale, 10/27/01 

PLAYER SCORED 4 TDS 

Maryland - Chns Downs (9 rush, 36 rush, 1 rush. 6 rush), al North Carolina, 11/02/02 
Opponent - Robert Baldwin (3 rush, 1 rush. 1 1 rush. 34 rush). Duke. 9/3/94 

PLAYER SCORED 4 TDS RUSHING 

Maryland - Chns Downs (9, 36, 1 , 6), at North Carolina, 11/02/02 
Opponenl - Robert Baldwin (3. 1 , 1 1 , 34), Duke. 9/3/94 

PLAYER PASSED FOR 4 TDS 

Maryland - Joel Slalham (29. 12, 40. 25). al Duke, 9/25/04 
Opponenl - Rex Grossman (15, 4. 33. 10). Florida. 1/2/02 

PLAYER SCORED 3 TDS 

Maryland - Mano Memlls (6 rush. 1 rush, 2 rush), al Temple, 10/8/05, 
Opponent - Chns Barclay (53 rush. 5 rush, 74 rush). Wake For,, 11/29/03, 

PLAYER SCORED 3 TDS RUSHING 

Maryland - Mano Memlls (6, 1 2) al Temple, 10/8/05 
Opponenl - Chns Barclay (53, 5 74), Wake Forest, 11/29/03. 

PLAYER PASSED FOR 3 TDS 

Maryland - Sam Hollenbach (2. 5. 30) vs Flonda Slate. 10/28/06 
Opponenl - Malt Schaub (27, 7 24) Virginia 11,23/02 

PLAYER SCORED 3 TDS RECEIVING 

Maryland - Vernon Davis (29, 12 40) al Duke, 9/25/04 
Opponenl - Talman Gardner (16 9. 28), Flonda Stale, 10/27/01 

THREE PLAYERS SCORED 2 TDS 

Maryland - Jermaine Lewis (5 rec 27 rec), Mancel Johnson (14 rec, 12 rec), Geroy Simon (94 KOR. 5 rec) vs NC Stale. 11/5/94 
Opponenl - Earnest Graham (1 rush 6 rush), Jabar Gaffney (4 rec , 33 rec ). Taylor Jacobs (46 rec, 15 rec). Florida. 1/2/02. 



THREE FIELD GOALS 40 YARDS OR MORE 

Maryland - None 
Opponent - None 

TWO FIELD GOALS 40 YARDS OR MORE 

Maryland - Nick Novak (43, 45), vs Flonda Stale, 10/30/04 
Opponenl- Connor Barth (45, 41), North Carolina, 11/12/05, 

FOUR FIELD GOALS 30 YARDS OR MORE 

Maryland - Nick Novak (54 34, 31, 48) vs Duke I ' ' 
Opponent - None 

THREE FIELD GOALS 30 YARDS OR MORE 

Maryland - Nick Novak (31, 46, 33) al West Virginia, 9/18/04 
Opponent - Connor Hughes (43. 39, 29, 36) Virginia 10/1/05 

TWO-POINT CONVERSION RY RUSH 

Maryland - Mano Memlls, vs Navy, 9/3/05 
Opponent - Waller Washington, Temple, 9/11/04 

TWO-POINT CONVERSION BY PASS 

Maryland - Scott McBnen to Bruce Perry al Wake Foresl, 11/29/03 
Opponent - Phil Horvath to Sam Hurd. Northern Illinois, 9/4/04 

MISSED PAT (KICK) 

Maryland - Dan Ennis, al North Carolina. 11/12/05 
Opponenl - John Deraney. NC Stale (blocked), 10/21/06 

DEFENSIVE EXTRA-POINT 

Maryland - None 

Opponent -L Grant (100-yd Interception return) Duke, 10/26/96 

40 RUSHING ATTEMPTS 

Maryland - Chartie Wysocki (49-217) al Duke, 10/25/80 
Opponent - Ray Robinson (40-178), NC Stale, 11/4/00. 

30 RUSHING ATTEMPTS 

Maryland - Lance Ball (39-161) al North Carolina, 11/12/05 
Opponenl -Alvin Pearman (31-170). Virginia, 11/6/04 

30 RUSHING ATTEMPTS IN ONE HALF 

Maryland - Chartie Wysocki (32) al Duke, 10/25/80 

300 RUSHING YARDS 

Maryland - LaMonl Jordan (37-306| vs Virginia, 11/20/99 
Opponenl - John Leach (48-329), Wake Foresl, 11/20/93 



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200 RUSHING YARDS 

Maryland - Bruce Perry (25-237). al Wake Forest. 11/29/03 
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200 YARDS RECEIVING 

Maryland - Jermame Lewis (9-205) vs Duke, 9/23/95. 
Opponent - Dez While (5-215) al Ga Tech. 9/30/99 



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Man/land - Lance Ball (39-161), al North Carolina, 11/12/05 
Opponent - Kenneth Moore (27-165), Wake Forest. 11/25/06 



75-YARD NON-SCORING RECEPTION 

Maryland - Scot! Milanovich lo Jermame Lewis (76) al UNC, 9/11/93 
Opponent- C Randolph to Jax landlned (78), Wake Forest, 12/30/02 



100 RUSHING YARDS 

Maryland - Keon Lallimore (23-119), Wake Forest. 11/25/06 
Opponent - Kenneth Moore (27-165). Wake Forest, 11/25/06 



75-YARD TD RECEPTION 

Maryland - Sam Hollenbach lo Darnus Heyward-Bey (95), vs Miami, 11/11/06. 
Opponent - Josh Padrick lo Samuel Smilh (69), FIU, 9/23/06 



1 00 RUSHING YARDS BY A QUARTERBACK 

Maryland - Shaun Hill (11-105) vs Duke, 10/20/01 
Opponent- Marcus Vick (16-133) Virginia Tech, 10/20/05 

TWO PLAYERS WITH 100 YARDS RUSHING 

Maryland - LaMonl Jonlan (135) and Bnan Underwood (114) at Temple, 9/27/97. 
Opponent - Alvin Pearman (170) and Wall Lundy (107), Virginia, 11/6/04 



50-YARD NON-SCORING RECEPTION 

Maryland - Sam Hollenbach to Jason Goode (57) al Clemson, 11/4/06 
Opponent- Will Proctor to Thomas Hunter (71), al Clemson, 11/4/06 

50- YARD TD RECEPTION 

Maryland - Sam Hollenbach lo Darnus Heyward-Bey (95), vs Miami, 11/11/06 
Opponent - Josh Padnck to Samuel Smith (89). FIU, 9/23/06 



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Maryland - Richard Jennings (136). Steve Atkins (126) and Jamie Franklm (105) vs Virginia, 11/22/75 

75-YARD TD RUN 

Maryland - Bruce Perry (80), al Wake Forest. 11/28/03 
Opponent - Chns Barclay (74), Wake Forest, 11/28/03 

50-YARD NON-SCORING RUN 

Maryland - Lance Ball (65) vs Boston College. 11/19/05 
Opponent - A'Mod Ned (52), Flonda International, 9/23/06 

50-YARD TD RUN 

Maryland - Keon Laltimore (56), al Virginia, 10/14/06 
Opponent - Chns Barclay (74). Wake Foresl. 11/28/03. 

50 PASS ATTEMPTS 

Maryland - Scott Milanovich (6246-1, 380, 1 TD) at Flonda SI, 11/18/95. 
Opponent- Brad Lewis (52-31-4, 279, 1 TD), Wesl Virginia, 9/29/01 

40 PASS ATTEMPTS 

Maryland - Sam Hollenbach (42-27-2, 249. TD) al Boston College, 11/18/06 
Opponent - Matt Baker (40-25-0. 335 1 TD), North Carolina. 11/12/05. 

35 PASS ATTEMPTS 

Maryland - Sam Hollenbach (45-24-2, 211 , 2 TD). at West Va., 9/14/06. 
Opponent - Xavier Lee (36-22-0. 286, 2 TD). Flonda Stale, 10/28/06 

40 PASS COMPLETIONS 

Maryland - Scott Milanovich (62-46-1 380, 1 TD) at Flonda St, 11/18/95. 
Opponent - James MacPherson (49-28-3. 1 TD), Wake Foresl, 10/21/00. 

30 PASS COMPLETIONS 

Maryland - Scott Milanovich (62-46-1. 380, 1 TD) at Flonda St., 11/18/95 
Opponent - Devin Scott (49-32-1 228, TD), Temple, 9/2/99 

25 PASS COMPLETIONS 

Maryland - Sam Hollenbach (42-27-2, 249, TD) at Boston College, 11/18/06 
Opponent - Matt Baker {40-25-0, 335, 1 TD), North Carolina, 11/12/05 

400 YARDS PASSING 

Maryland - Scott Milanovich (416) at Wake Forest, 11/20/93 
Opponent - Spencer Romine (404), Duke, 10/30/99 

300 YARDS PASSING 

Maryland - Sam Hollenbach 13741. at North Carolina, 11/12/05. 
Opponent -Matt Baker (3351, North Carolina, 11/12/05. 

250 YARDS PASSING 

Maryland - Sam Hollenbach (374). at North Carolina, 11/12/05. 
Opponent - Will Proctor (251). at Clemson. 11/4/06 

10 RECEPTIONS 

Maryland - Geroy Simon (16-124), at Flonda State 11/18/95. 
Opponent - Calvin Johnson (10-133). Georgia Tech. 10/7/06. 

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100 YARDS RECEIVING 

Maryland - Darnus Heyward-Bey (5-175). vs Miami. 11/11/06 
Opponent - Chansi Sluckey (8-129), at Clemson, 11/4/06. 

TWO PLAYERS WITH 1 00 YARDS RECEIVING 

Maryland - Geroy Simon (124) and Jermame Lewis (102) at Flonda St., 11,16/95. 
Opponent -Taylor Jacobs (10-170) and Jabar Gaftney (7-118), Flonda (Orange Bowl), 1»02 

THREE PLAYERS WITH 100 YARDS RECEIVING 

Maryland - Jasor - - - - "reel Johnson 1 1061 and Russ Weaver (105) al Wake Forest 11/20/93. 



PLAYER RECORDED 15 OR MORE TACKLES 

Maryland - Enn Henderson (18), al Clemson, 11/4/06 
Opponent - Troy Bennett (16), Temple, 9/11/04 

PLAYER RECORDED 3.0 OR MORE SACKS 

Maryland - Shawne Mernman (30) vs North Carolina, 11/2/02 
Opponen! - Michael Johnson (30), al Georgia Tech, 10/7/06 

PLAYER RECORDED 2.0 OR MORE SACKS 

Maryland - Josh Wilson (2 0) vs NC Slate, 10/21/2006 
Opponent - Michael Johnson (3 0). at Georgia Tech. 10/7/06 

TEAM GAINED 300 YARDS RUSHING 

Maryland - at Wake Foresl (339), 11/29/03 
Opponent - at West Virginia (340). 9/14/06 

TEAM GAINED 400 YARDS RUSHING 

Maryland -vs Virginia (445), 11/20/99 
Opponent - Georgia Tech (411), 10/9/93. 

TEAM FAILED TO GAIN 100 YARDS RUSHING 

Maryland - at Boston College (73). 11/18/06 
Opponent - Flonda International (89), 9/23/06 

TEAM GAINED 300 YARDS PASSING 

Maryland - al North Carolina, (374), 11/12/05 
Opponent - North Carolina (335), 11/12/05 

TEAM GAINED 400 YARDS PASSING 

Maryland -at Duke, (408), 9/25/04 
Opponent -Flonda (456), 1/2/02 

TEAM FAILED TO GAIN 1 0O YARDS PASSING 

Maryland - vs NC State (24), 10/16/04 
Opponent - West Virginia (43), 9/14/06 

TEAM GAINED 400 YARDS TOTAL OFFENSE 

Maryland - al North Carolina (524), 11/12/05 
Opponent - Wake Foresl (421). 11/25/06 

TEAM GAINED 500 YARDS TOTAL OFFENSE 

Maryland - at North Carolina (524), 11/12/05 
Opponent - Flonda (659), 1/2/02 

TEAM GAINED 600 YARDS TOTAL OFFENSE 

Maryland- at Duke (685). 9/25/04 
Opponent - Florida (652). 1/2/02 

TEAM FAILED TO GAIN 200 YARDS TOTAL OFFENSE 

Maryland - al Virginia Tech (197). 11/18/04 
Opponent - Duke (185), 9/25/04. 

SCORED 50 POINTS OR MORE 

Maryland - al Duke (55-21). 9/25-04 
Opponent -al Virginia Tech (6-55). 11 1804 

TERPS PLAYED IN AN OVERTIME GAME 

at North Carolina (W - 10T, 33-30), 11/12/05 

All-time record in overtime games, 3-2 (1-0 at home, 2-2 on the road) 

TEAM SCORED 28 POINTS OR MORE IN A QTR. 

Maryland - vs North Carolina (39-ACC record, 2nd Otr ) 11/1/03. 
Opponent - at West Virginia (28. 1st Otr), 9/16/06. 

TEAM SCORED 21 POINTS OR MORE IN A QTR. 

Maryland - at Virginia (21 . 4th Otr ), 10/14/06 
Opponent - at West Virginia (28, 1st Otr ). 9/16/06 

TERPS PLAYED TO A TIE GAME 

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Record in Bowls: 8-1 0-2 

Jan. 1,1948 -Gator Bowl 

Maryland 20, Georgia 20 



Jan. 2, 1950 -Gator Bowl 

Maryland 20. Missouri 7 



Jan. 2, 1952 -Sugar Bowl 

Maryland 28, Tennessee 13 



Jan. 1,1954 -Orange Bowl 

Oklahoma 7, Marylan d 



Jan. 2, 1956 • Orange Bowl 

Oklahoma 20, Maryland 6 



Dec. 28, 1973 -Peach Bowl 

Georgia 17, Maryland 16 

Dec. 16, 1974 -Liberty Bowl 

Tennessee 7, Maryla nd 3 

Dec. 29, 1975 • Gator Bowl 

Maryland 13, Florida 

Jan. 1,1977 -Cotton Bowl 
Houston 30, Ma ryland 21 



Dec. 22, 1977 -Hall of Fame Bowl 

Maryland 17, Minnesota 7 



Dec. 23, 1978 -Sun Bowl 
Texas 42, Maryland 



Dec. 20, 1980 -Tangerine Bowl 

Florida 35, Maryland 20 



Dec. 25, 1982 -Aloha Bowl 

Washington 21, Maryland 20 



Dec. 17, 1983 • Florida Citrus Bowl 

Tennessee 30, Maryland 23 



Dec. 22, 1984 -Sun Bowl 

Maryland 28, Tennessee 27 

Dec. 21, 1985 -Cherry Bowl 

Maryland 35, Syracuse 18 



Jan. 2, 2002 • FedEx Orange Bowl 

Florida 56, Maryland 23 

Dec. 31, 2002 • Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl 
Maryland 30, Tennessee 3 



Jan. 1, 2004 • Toyota Gator Bowl 
Maryland 41, West Virginia 7 



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GEORGIA 20 

In front of the first capacity crowd in Gator Bowl history, 
16,666, Maryland's Lu Gambino was a one-man wrecking 
crew, rushing for 165 yards and scoring three touchdowns. 
Gambino's three scores propelled Maryland to a 20-7 lead, 
but Georgia reeled off 13 points in the fourth quarter to tie the 
game The Bulldogs threatened to win the game in the closing 
seconds, but time ran out with Georgia on Maryland's four-yard 
line. Despite the tie, there was no question as to the game's 
most valuable player. Gambino won the Burkhalter Award, 
signifying the game's outstanding performer. Gambino was 
inducted into the Gator Bowl Hall of Fame in 1992. 



Box Score 

1st 2nd 



3rd 4th 



Maryland 



Georgia 



2-UM - Gambino 35-yard run (McHug h kick) 
3-UG - Rauch 1-yard run (Ge n kick) 



3-UM - Gambino 1-yard run (kick failed) 



3-UM - Gambino 24-yard pass from Baroni (McHugh kick) 
4-UG - Gen 4-yard run (kick (ailed) 
4-UG - Donaldson 9-yard pass from Rauch (Gen kick) 
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First Downs 

Rushing Yards 
Passing 



247 



216 



127 



190 



Comp-AIWnt 
Punts-Avg 
Fumbles-Lost 
Penalties-Yards 



7-14-1 



12-20-1 



5-44 



440 



0-0 



2-1 



5-66 



RUSHING-Maryland. Gambino 22-165, Idzik 2-32, Bonk 5-23, LaRue 
4-24, Turyn 4-9, Brown 2-6, Tucker 2-3, Siebert 3-3, Roth 3-(-16). Georgia, 
Donaldson 10-69, Gen 7-56, Henderson 8-48, Reid 7-46, Nestorak 3-6, 
Bodme 3-2, Bradberry 1-2, Brunson 3-(-2), R auch 3 (-10). 
PASSING-Maryland. Baroni 7-14-127 Georgia, Rauch 12-20-190 
Att 16 666 



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MISSOURI 7 

Three times in the first half Missouri turned the ball 
over, and all three times Maryland scored a touchdown as 
the Terrapins defeated the Tigers, 20-7, to earn their first-ever 
postseason victory. The Terrapin running attack, led by Bob 
Shemonski and Ed Modzelewski, amassed 266 rushing yards, 
the second-most by a Maryland bowl team Maryland defensive 
back John Idzik set up Maryland's first score with a 26-yard 
interception return to the Tiger 1 1 -yard line. Shemonski scored 
on a sweep on the next play for the go-ahead touchdown. 
Shemonski scored again on a six-yard run late in the second 
quarter to put the Terps up 20-0. 



Box Score 

1st 2nd 3rd 4th 


F 


Maryland 7 13 


20 


Missouri 7 — 


7 




1-UM - Shemonski 11 -yard run (Dean kick) 


2-UM - Modzelewski 3-yard run (kick failed) 


2-UM - Shemonski 6-yard run (Dean kick) 


4-MO - Klein 4-yard run (Glonoso kick) 




UM MO 


First Dunn-. 11 13 


Rushinq Yards 266 100 


Passinq 16 167 


Comp-Att-Int 2-17-1 11-29-3 


Punls-Avq 7-39 3-38.0 


Fumbles-Lost 1-1 5-5 


Penalties-Yards 63 10 




Att: 18.409 






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Missouri. 



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MARYLAND 28 
TENNESSEE 1 3 

In what may have been perhaps the biggest win in 
Maryland football history, the Terps upset No. 1 -ranked and 
regular season national champion Tennessee, 28-13, in the 
1952 Sugar Bowl. The Terps were led by running back Ed 
"Mighty Mo" Modzelewski (153 yards on 28 carries) and the 
brilliant play of running back/defensive back Ed Fullerton who 
scored two touchdowns and threw for another. The Terps 
put the game out of reach in the third quarter with a 46-yard 
interception for a touchdown by Fullerton, giving the Terps a 
28-6 lead. Maryland finished the season with an overall record 
of 10-0-0 and a No 3 national ranking 



Box Score 



1st 2nd 3rd 4 th 



Maryland 



14 



- 



Tennessee 



l-UM ■ Fullerton 2-yard run (Decker kick) 

2-UM - Shemonski 7-yard pass from Fullerton (Decker kick) 
2-UM-Scarbath 1 -yard run (Decker kick] 
2-UT - Rechichar 4-yard pass from Payne (kick failed] 
3-UM - Fullerton 46-yard interception return (Decker kick) 
4-UT - Payne 2-yard run (Rechichar kick) 



UM 



UT 



First Downs 



Rushing Yards 
Passing 
Comp-Att-Int 
Return Yards 
Punls-Avg 



63 



7-13-1 



9-19-4 



29 



8-38.0 



7430 



Fumbles- Lost 
Penalties-Yards 



7-1 



2-2 



12-120 



2-20 



RUSHING-Maryland, Modzelewski 28-153 Tennes see, Payne 11-54, 
PASSING-Maryland. Scarbath 6-9-57 Tennessee Payne 7-14-75 
Att: 80.271 



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OKLAHOMA 7 
MARYLAND 

This was the first game of the contract that pitted the 
Big Eight Conference champion against the Atlantic Coast 
Conference champion. The Terrapins took an undefeated 
season and the nation's No. 1 ranking into the game against 
an Oklahoma squad that used a powerful running attack to 
grind out a second quarter touchdown to propel the Sooners 
to a 7-0 win. Twice the Terps had first down opportunities with 
the ball inside the 10-yard line and failed to come away with 
any points Despite the narrow loss, the Terrapins claimed 
the 1953 national championship. 



Box Score 

1st 


2nd 


3rd 


4th F 


Maryland 








- 


Oklahoma 


7 





- 7 




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UM 




OU 


First Downs 


13 




10 


Rushing Yards 


176 




208 


Passing 


36 




22 


Comp-Att-Int 


5-12-0 




4-6-1 


Return Yards 


25 




7 


Punts-Avq. 


5-29.0 




7-313 


Fumbles-Lost 


1-1 




2-2 


Penalty Yards 


15 




45 




RUSHING-MarylandJeltonlO-51 Oklahoma, Griggs 13-89 
PASSING-Maryland, Boxold 3-942 Oklahoma, Calame 44-22 
RECEIVING-Maryland Nolan 2-31 Oklahoma Burns 3- 17 


Att: 68,178 












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Orange Bowl. 



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OKLAHOMA 20 
MARYLAND 6 

The third-ranked Terps came into the Orange Bowl 
riding a 15-game winning streak, only to have it snapped 
by an Oklahoma team that extended its winning streak 
to 30 games with its 20-6 win. The Terps, who led 6-0 at 
halftime, were stunned when the Sooners went into their 
famous "fast break offense'' and reeled off two third quarter 
touchdowns to earn the national championship. Ed Vereb. 
who scored the Terps' lone touchdown, finished with 108 
rushing yards Maryland was hurt by five turnovers. 



Box Score 





isl 2nd 


3rd 


4th F 


Maryland 


6 





- 6 


Oklahoma 





14 


6 - 




2-UM - Vereb 15-yard run (kick failed) 


3-OU - McDonald 4-yard rur 


(Pnces kick) 


3-OU - O'Neil 1-yard run (Pnces kick) 


4-OU - Dodd 82-yard interception 


return (kick failed: 






UM 




OU 


First Downs 


9 




16 


Rushinq Yards 


187 




202 


Passinq 


46 




53 


Comp-Att-Int 


3-10-3 




4-10-1 


Punts-Avq. 


740 




8-34 ( 


Fumbles-Lost 


3-2 




1-1 


Penalties-Yards 


4-61 




4-3:" 




RUSHING-Maryland 


Vereb 8-108 Oklahoma. Hams 9-63. 


PASSING-Maryland 
RECEIVING-Marylan 


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homa. Hams 3-5-34 
oma. Bums 2-28. 


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GEORGIA 1 7 
MARYLAND 1 6 

Maryland came away from its first bowl game in 18 
years a bitterly disappointed team The Terrapins dominated 
Georgia in all phases, but the game was tied 10-10 at the 
half thanks to a couple of big plays by the Bulldogs. In the 
third quarter, a costly Terp fumble led to Georgia's go- 
ahead touchdown. Seven times the Terrapins were inside 
the Georgia 20-yard line, coming away with only nine 
points. The Terps' lone touchdown came via Walter White's 
68-yard touchdown reception. 




Box Score 

1st 2nd 3rd 4th 
Maryland 10 6 



Georgia 



10 



7 



17 



2-UG - Poulous 62-yard pass from Johnson (Leavitt kick), 5 27 
2-UM - While 68-yard pass from Carter (Mike-Mayer kick). 5 04 
2-UM - Mike-Mayer 36-yard field goal J :31 



2-U G - Leavitt 26-yard field goal, 06 

3-UG - Johnson 1-yard run (Leavitt ki ck), 4:24 

4-UM - Mike-Mayer 25-yard field goal, 13 53 



4-UM- 


Mik: 


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UM 


UG 


First Downs 






15 


11 


Rushing Yards 






219 


170 


Passing 






242 


• 114 



Comp- Att-Int 
Return Yards 
Punts-Avg 
Fumbles-Lost 
Penalties-Yards 



3-18-1 
78 

6-31 8 
4-3 
5-63 



5 -16-1 

135 

8-413 

2-2 

1-5 



RUSHING-Maryland, Carter 29-126 Georgia, King 16-57 
PASSING-Maryland Kmard 4-8-113 Georgia, Johnson 5-16-114 
RECEIVING Maryland, White 2-106 Georgia, Poulous 2-62 
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TENNESSEE 7 
MARYLAND 3 

The Maryland defense, led by AII-ACC defensive tackle 
Randy White, shut out Tennessee for nearly four quarters 
but lost the game when the Volunteers' quarterback. Randy 
Wallace, found Larry Seivers for an 11 -yard touchdown pass 
with 2:08 to play. The Terps were punting from their own 
13 when a bad snap from the center was recovered by the 
Volunteers on the Maryland seven-yard line. Maryland had a 
chance to win the game but an apparent 20-yard touchdown 
pass was ruled out of bounds 



Box Score 

1st 


2nd 


3rd 


4th F 


Maryland 





3 





- 3 


Tennessee 











7 - 7 




2-UM - Mike 


Mayer 


28-yard field goal 


4-UT- Seivers 11-yard pass 


from Wallace (Towsend kick) 








IM 




UT 


First Downs 




16 




15 


Rushinq Yards 




108 




173 


Passing 




158 




65 


Comp-Att-Int 




15-22-2 




7-16-0 


Return Yards 




76 




65 


Punts-Avg 




6-410 




7-39.0 


Fumbles-Losl 




3-3 




4-2 


Penalties-Yards 




4-63 




8-69 




RUSHING-Maryland, Carter 22-65 Tennessee Gayle 17-106 


PASSING-Maryland, Avellini 15-22-158 Tennessee. Holloway 6-1 5-54 
RECEIVING Maryland White 5-68 Tennessee Seivers 4-38 
Att: 51,284 






Coach Jerry Claiborne (left) congratulates Georgia 
coach Vince Dooley after the Bulldogs ' win. 



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Terps' 1974 
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MARYLAND 1 3 
FLORIDA 

The ACC champion Terrapins headed into the 1975 
Gator Bowl as a seven-point underdog to the Florida Gators. 
However, this did not deter the Terps. who were coming off 
their best season (8-2-1) in 20 years. Maryland shut out 
the Gators, 13-0, in front of a large pro-Florida crowd in a 
steady downpour. The Maryland defense held the SEC's 
total offense leader scoreless and intercepted two Florida 
passes which led to the first 10 Maryland points. This was 
the first Terp win over an SEC team since 1955. 



Box Score 

1st 2nd 


3rd 


4th 


F 


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7 3 





3 - 


13 


Florida 








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from Dick (Sochko kick) 6:15 


2-UM -Sochko 20-yard field 


qoal 


6:49 




4-UM -Sochko 27-yard field 


goal 


1141 
















UM 




UF 




First Downs 


15 




14 




Rushinq Yards 


209 




182 




Passing 
Comp-Att-Int 


82 




28 




7-16-0 




3-19-3 




Return Yards 


26 




25 




Punts-Avg 


7-39 5 




7-38.5 




Fumbles-Lost 


0-0 




1-1 




Penalties-Yards 


547 




648 






RUSHING-Maryland 


Atkins 20-127 Flonda, DuBose 18-95 




PASSING-Maryland Dick 5-13-67 Florida, Fisher 2-12-33 


RECEIVING Maryland Hoover 2-24 Florida, Lecount 1-25 
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HOUSTON 30 
MARYLAND 21 

Maryland entered the 1977 Cotton Bowl with a 
perfect 11-0 record, but the hopes for a perfect season 
were dashed quickly when Houston scored 21 first-quarter 
points en route to a 30-21 win. The Cougars rushed for 
a total of 320 yards in the game and 144 in the 21-point 
first quarter. The Terps cut the lead to 27-21 in the fourth 
quarter, but a 5:42 drive by the Cougars late in the quarter 
resulted in a field goal, slamming the door on any Terp 
comeback hopes. 



Box Score 



2nd 3rd 4 th 



Maryland 
Houston 21 



7 - 



30 



1-UH - Thomas 11-yard run (Coplln kick| 6:27 
1-UH - Blackwell 33-yard run (Cop nkick 313 
1-UH ■ Blackwell 1-yard run (Coplin kick) 51 
2-UM - Manges 6-yard run (Loncar kick) 9 36 
2-UH ■ Bass 33-yard pass from Davis (kick failed] 55 



3-UM - Sievers 1 1-yard pass from Manges (Socfiko kick) 1 41 
4-UM - Wilson 1-yard run (Sochko kick) 8:46 



4-UH ■ C 


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UM UH 


First Downs 


17 20 




120 320 


Passing 


179 108 


Comp-Att-Int 


17-32-C 5-8-0 



Return Yards 
Pun fs-Avg. 



644.0 



4-36.0 



Fumbles-Lost 

Penalties- 1 ards 



1-1 



4-3 



5-22 



RUSHING-Maryland, Scott 1147. Houston, Blackwell 22-149. 

PASSING-Maryland, Manges 17-32-179 Houston. Davis 5-8-1 
RECE . NG Maryland, Kinney 6-72 Houston, Fcsle- - 62 
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MARYLAND 1 7 
MINNESOTA 7 

After allowing an early Minnesota touchdown run, the 
Terps scored the next 17 points and shut out the Golden 
Gophers over the next three quarters to leave Birmingham 
with a 17-7 win. Offensively the Terps looked to George 
Scott who rushed for 75 yards and two second-quarter 
touchdowns to put Maryland in the lead for good. The 
Maryland defense held the Gophers to only 69 yards of total 
offense in the second half. 



Box Score 



1st 2nd 3rd 4th 
Maryland 3 14 



Minnesota 7 



1-MN - Barber 1-yard run (Rogind kick) 9:02 



1-UM - Sochko 32-yard field goal 5:21 

2-UM - Scott 2-yard run (Sochko kick) 7 04 



2-UM - Scott 1-yard run (Sochko kick) 4:53 



UM 



MN 



First Downs 



Rushing Yards 



120 



113 



Passing 



211 



155 



Comp-Att-lnl 



12-23-1 



13-26-0 



Return Yards 



Punts-Avg 



5-36 8 



9-277 



Fumbles-Losl 



3-2 



3-2 



Penalties-Yards 



12-80 



6-54 



RUSHING-Maryland, Scott 24-75 Minnesota, Kitzmann 24-76 
PASSING-Maryland, Dick 12-20-211. Minnesota, Avery 12-23-130. 
RECEIVING: Maryland, White 8-126. Minnesota. Anhom 549 
Att: 47,000 




George Scott 
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DEC. 23, 1 978 




TEXAS 42 
MARYLAND 

The Maryland Terrapins, appearing in their sixth 
consecutive bowl and looking for their second straight bowl 
win, ran into a very determined Texas Longhorn team. The 
Longhorns' running game amassed 220 yards and five 
touchdowns, while the Texas defense held Maryland to 248 
yards of total offense. It was the first time in 95 games the 
Terps had been held scoreless, ending the third-longest 
streak in the nation. 



Box Score 



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Texas 



1st 

2! 



2nd 




3rd 4th 



F 

42 



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1 -UT- J Jones 1-yard run [Erxleben kick) 7 15 
1-UT-L Jo nes 29-yard pass from McBaetti (Erxleben w 
2-UT - McBaeth 2-yard run 'Erxleben kick, 12 55 
3-UT-J Jon es 14-yard run (Erxleben kick) 242 
3- UT- H .Jones 32-yard r u - '_■■-: ■ ■ 





UM 


UT 


First Downs 


20 


18 


Rushing Yards 


34 


220 


Passing 


214 


45 


Comp-Att-Int 


17434 


2-7-0 


Return Yards 





20 


Punts-Avq 


8-37 


741 


Fumbles-Lost 


2-1 


3-1 



Penalties-Yards 



5-35 



742 



RUSHING-Maryl a nd. Atk ins 10-15 Texas H Jones 14-104 
PASSIN G-Maryland, O'Hare 12-27-146. Texas, McBaeth 2-545. 

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FLORIDA 35 
MARYLAND 20 

Maryland's Charlie Wysocki rushed for 159 yards 
and a touchdown, but it was not enough to overcome the 
passing attack of the Gators' Wayne Peace, who threw for 
271 yards and two touchdowns. Peace's favorite receiver, 
Cris Collinsworth, caught eight passes for 166 yards, 
including a 21-yard touchdown catch that led to Florida's 
28-20 lead. Maryland's Dale Castro tied a Tangerine Bowl 
record and established a new Terrapin bowl record when 
he booted his fourth field goal in the third quarter. 



Box Score 

1st 2nd 3rd 4th F 


Maryland 


3 6 11 - 20 


Florida 


14 14 7 - 35 




1-UM- Castro 34j 
2-UF ■ Collinsworth 
2-UM - Castro 27-} 


ard field qoal 4:50 


24-yard pass from Peace (Clark kick) 14 04 
ard field qoal 4 37 


2-UM - Castro 26-yard field goal 4 28 


2-UF - Jones 2-yard run (Clark kick) 1 46 


3-UM - Wysocki 2- 


/ard run (Tice run) 14:48 


3-UM - Castro 42-yard field qoal 10:00 


3-UF - Peace 1-yard run (Clark kick) 4:43 


3-UF ■ Collinsworth 21-yard pass from Peace (Clark kick) 3 29 
4-UF - Brown 2-yard run (Clark kick) 9 31 


UM UF 


First Downs 


19 16 


Rushing Yards 


181 108 


Passing 


155 271 


Comp-Att-lnl 


12-26-3 20-34-1 


Return Yards 


14 54 


Punts-Avg 


4-39 6-34 


Fumbles-Lost 


4-2 1-0 


Penalties-Yards 


6-44 11-108 


RUSHING-Maryland, Wysocki 39-159 Florida, Brown 16-71. 
PASSING-Maryland Tice 11-23-129 Florida. Peace 20-24-271 


RECEIVING Maryland, Havener 4-83 Florida, Collinsworth 8-166 
Art 52541 






Charlie Wysocki 
ran for 159 
yards in the '80 
Tangerine Bowl. 



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BOWL 

ALOHA 
STADIUM 
HONOLULU 
DEC. 25, 1982 




WASHINGTON 21 
MARYLAND 20 

Maryland and Washington made sure the fans who 
went to the inaugural Aloha Bowl got their money's worth. 
The Huskies' touchdown with :06 left secured Washington's 
come-from-behind, 21-20 victory. The Terps had a chance to 
go up by nine points with 3:39 left to play, but Jess Atkinson's 
32-yard field goal attempt fell short. The Terps had fallen 
behind 14-6 in the first half and Boomer Esiason completed 
10 passes for 120 yards and a touchdown in the third quarter, 
sparking Maryland to a 20-14 lead early in the fourth. 



Box Score 



1st 2nd 3rd 4th 



Maryland 
Washington 



1-UW 



2-UM 
2-UW 
i-UM 
4-UM 
4-UW 



Al!en27-yard pass from Cowan (Nelson kick) 10:14 



D'Addio 19-yard pass from Esiason (kick failed) 14.52 

Allen 71 -yard pass from Cowan (Nelson kick) 5:21 

Tice 36-yard pass from Esiason (conversion failed) 12:18 

Nash 2-yard run (Tice pass from Esiason) 10 44 

Allen 11-y ard pass from Cowan (Nelson kick) 0:06 





UM 


UW 


First Downs 


17 


20 


Rushinq Yards 


68 


63 


Passing 


251 


569 


Comp-Att-lnl 


19-32-1 


35-55-0 



Return Yards 
Punts-Avg 
Fumbles- Lost 
Penalties-Yards 



43 



7-38.0 



5-45.0 



2-1 



4-4 



8-55 



7-50 



RUSHING-Maryland, NasMI-41. Washington, Robinson 16-50 



PASSING-Maryland, Esiason 19-32-251 Washington, Cowan 33-55- 
361 

RECEIVING Maryland Tice 6-85 Washington. Skansi 10-81 
Att 30.055 




Dave D'Addio 
rushes past 
Washington 
in the Aloha 
Bowl. 



CITBUS 
BOWL 

FLORIDA 
CITRUS 
BOWL 
ORLANDO 
DEC. 17, 1983 



TENNESSEE 30 
MARYLAND 23 

Tennessee scored two touchdowns in the fourth quarter 
to overcome a 20-1 6 deficit and defeat the Terps, 30-23, in the 
1 983 Citrus Bowl. Maryland took a four-point lead into the fourth 
quarter, thanks to outstanding play from reserve quarterback 
Frank Reich. Reich entered the game in the second quarter 
when starter Boomer Esiason suffered a shoulder injury. 
Reich's one mistake of the day, an interception early in the 
fourth quarter, set the Vols on Maryland's 14-yard line which 
led to a Tennessee touchdown run that was the difference. 




Box Score 



Maryland 
Tennessee 



Jst 

3 



2nd 
6 



3rd 

11 



4th 
3 - 



J 

23 



14 - 



1-UM - Atkinson 18-yard field goal 4 01 



1 -UT - Taylor 1 2 pass from Cockrell (Reveiz kick} 1W_ 
2-UM - Atkinson 48-yard field goal 13 43 
2-UM -Atkinson 31-^ard field goal 12 01 
2-UT - Reveiz'25-yard field goal 4 34 



3-UM - Atkinson 22-yard field goal 1 47 
3-UT - Henderson 19-yard run (Cockrell pass failed) 5 29 
3-UM - Badanjek 3-yard run (Badanjek run) 4 14 
4-UT - Jones 1 -yard run (Reveiz kick) 14:01 



4-UT - Jones 2-yard run (Reveiz kick) 1 1 58 
4-UM - Atkinson 26-yard field goal 434 





UM 


UT 




Firs! Downs 


17 


25 




Rushing Yards 


95 


201 




Passing 


253 


185 




Comp-Att-lnl 


18-28-1 


16-23-1 




Return Yards 


10 


26 




Punts-Avg 


0-0 


1-47 




Fumbles-Lost 


3-1 


1-1 





Penalties- Yards 6-32 1-5 

RUSHING-Maryland. Joyner 17-58 Tennessee, Jones 29-154 
PASSING-Maryland, Reich 14-22-192 Tennessee, Cockrell 16-23-185 
RECEIVING Maryland, David 4-66 Tennessee, Duncan 6-59 
Att 50,183 




Bobby Ross 
(far left) and 
Boomer 
Esiason 
(second 
from left) 
visit Goofy 
at the Magic 
Kingdom. 



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SUN BOWL 
EL PASO 
DEC. 22, 1984 




MARYLAND 28 
TENNESSEE 27 

The Maryland Terrapins were truly the comeback 
team of 1984. Maryland trailed Tennessee 21-0 at halftime 
and erupted for a Terrapin bowl record 22 points in the third 
quarter. Frank Reich's third-quarter touchdown pass to Ferrell 
Edmunds put the Terps up 22-21 , but the ensuing kickoff was 
returned for a touchdown by the Volunteers to give them a 27- 
22 lead. Then with 8:03 left to play, the Terps' offense pounded 
out a 5:05 drive that was capped by a one-yard scoring run by 
Rick Badanjek for the game-winning touchdown 



Box Score 



Maryland 
Tennessee 



1st 




2nd 




3rd 

22 



4th 
6 - 



F 

28 



10 11 



- 



1-UT- Jon es 2-yard run (Reveiz kick) 6 34 



1_-UT - Reveiz 24-yard field goal 2 29 
MIT - Reveiz 52-yard field goal 513 



2-UT - McGee 6-yard pass from Robi nson 
(McGee pass from Robinson] 0:37 
3-UM • Neal 57-yard run (pass failed) 10 35 
3-UM - Atkinson 23-yard field goal 6 32 
3-UM - Badanpk 1-yard run (run failed) 3:47 
3-UM -Edmunds 40-yard pass from Reich (Atkinson kick) 347 
3-UT • Penuska 100-yard kickoff return (pass failed) 10 
4-UM - B adanjek 1-yard run (pass failed) 2 28 



UM 



UT 



F rst Downs 
Rushing Yards 

Passmg 
Comp-Att-lnl 



22 

229 
201 

17-28-1 



13 
148 

132 



Return Yards 

Punts-Avg 

Fumbles-Losl 



4-39.0 



15-24-0 
194 

542 4 



2-2 



2-2 



Penalties-Yards 



8-63 



6-49 



RUSHING-Maryland, Neal 12-107 Tennessee Jones 14-E 



PASSING-Maryland, Reich 17-28-201 Tenn . Robinson 15-24-132 
RECEIVING Maryland. Hill 4-69 Tennessee McGee 6-66 " __ 

Alt 50 126 




After rallying 
from a 21-0 
halftime 
deficit, the 
Terps carried 
coach Bobby 
Ross off the 
Field after 
winning the '84 
Sun Bowl. 



CHEBBY 
BOWL 

PONTIAC 
SILVERDOME 
PONTIAC, MICH. 
DEC. 21, 1985 



MARYLAND 35 
SYRACUSE 1 8 

Quarterback Stan Gelbaugh completed 14 passes for 
223 yards, threw two TDs and rushed for another as Maryland 
defeated Syracuse 35-1 8. The Terrapins, who trailed 3-0 early 
in the first quarter, took their first lead thanks to Gelbaugh's 
four-yard touchdown run. Trailing 10-6 in the second quarter, 
Gelbaugh hit tight end Chris Knight for a three-yard score to 
put the Terps in the lead for good. The touchdown pass also 
was the start of a 22-point second quarter that tied a Maryland 
bowl record for points scored in a quarter. 




Box Score 

1st 2nd 3rd 4th 

Syracuse 3 7 8 

Maryland 6 22 7 



f 
18 

35 



1-SU - McAulay 26-yard field goal 10 27 



1-UM - Gelbaugh 4-yard run (kick failed) 636 



Drummond 10-yard run (McAulay kick) 12 53 



2-SU 

2-UM 

2-UM 

2-UM 

3-UM - Abdur-Ra'oof 6-yard pass from Gelbaugh (Plocki kick) 11:27 

3-SU - McPherson 17-yard run (Schwedes from McPherson) 2 51 



Knight 3-yard pass from Gelbaugh (Badanjek run) 8 50 
Tye 8-yard fumble_retumJP[ocki_kick) 3 4 1 
Blount 20-yard run (Plocki kick) 1 .43 



UM 



SU 



First Downs 



Rushing Yards_ 

Passing 



244 



241 



223 



204 



Comp-Att-Int 



14-20-1 



18-30-3 



Return Yards 



<„ 



135 



Punts-Avg 



3-38.7 



1-52.0 



Fumbles -Lost 
Penalties-Yards 



0-0 



3-2 



5-54 



3-26 



RUSHING-Maryland, Blount 24-135 Syracuse. McPherson 21-111 
PASSING-Maryland Gelbaugl 14-20-222 Syracuse McPherson 

18-30-204. 

RECEIVING Maryland, Abdur-Ra'oof 5-86 Syracuse. Sla no 4-69 
Art 51,858 




ten Lynch 
(63) hoists 
the 1985 
Cherry Bowl 
trophy. 



INDEPENDENCE 
BOWL 




INDEPENDENCE 
STADIUM 
SHREVEPORT, LA. 
DEC. 15, 1990 



MARYLAND 34 
LOUISIANA TECH 34 

Tech's Chris Boniol hit a 29-yard field goal with no 
time remaining in the 1990 Independence Bowl, allowing the 
Bulldogs to escape Shreveport with a 34-34 tie. The Terrapins 
fell behind 31-20 early in the fourth quarter but rallied to take 
the lead when Scott Zolak threw a 15-yard touchdown pass 
to Brad Johnson with :52 remaining. However, on the ensuing 
kickoff, Tech's Lorenzo Baker returned the kick 41 yards to 
start the Bulldog drive on the Maryland 39-yard line. Five 
plays and 28 yards later, Boniol kicked his second field goal 
of the game to even the score. 



Box Score 



Maryland 

Louisiana Tech 



1st 2nd 3rd 4th 

6 14 
14 6 



14 



14 



F 
34 



1-UM -Jackson 1-yard run (DeArmas kick) 11:59 

1-UM - Jackson 2-yard run (DeArmas kick) 5 06 

2-LT - Richardson 5-yard run (Boniol kick) 8 30 

2-LT - Davis 3-yard run (Boniol kick) 1 7 

3-LT- Richardson 1-yard run (Boniol kick) 10 35 

3-UM • Jackson 11-yard run (kick failed) 7 44 

3-LT - Slaughter 7-yard pass from Johnson (Boniol kick) 5:52 

4-LT - Boniol 36-yard field goal 13 52 

4-UM - Mason 28-yard pass from Zolak (DeArmas kick) 1 1 20 

4-UM - Johnson 1 5-yard pass from Zolak (DeArmas ■ • 

4-LT - Boniol 28-yard field goal 00 

UM LT 

Firsl Downs 16 25 

Rushing Yards 191 150 

Passing 115 254 

Comp-A tt-Int 11-18-1 18-28-3 

Return Yards 



22 



Punts-Avg 

Fumble s-Lost 

Penalties-Yards 



4-37.2 



1-34.0 



1-1 



3-1 



6-53 



RUSHING-Maryland. Jackson 17-50 La Tech Richardson 27-81 
PASSING-Maryland Zolak 7-16-159 La Tech, Johnson 7-8-70 
RECEIVING: Man/land, Johnson 5-107. La. Tech, Slaughter 5-66 
Att 48,325 




Clarence Jones 
(74) lifts Troy 
Jackson in the air 
after the Terps' 
third-quarter 
score in the '90 
Independence 
Bowl. 



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BOWL 

PRO PLAYER 
STADIUM 
MIAMI 
JAN. 2, 2002 



FLORIDA 56 
MARYLAND 23 

Maryland made its first bowl appearance since 1990, 
but fell to the fifth-ranked Florida Gators, 56-23, Florida's 
Rex Grossman came off the bench to throw for 248 yards 
and four touchdowns. The Gators jumped out to a 14-0 
lead, but the Terps rallied to close to within 14-10. Florida, 
however, scored five unanswered touchdowns to pull away. 
Marc Riley rushed for two touchdowns for the Terps. The 
teams combined for an Orange Bowl record 79 points and 
1,019 total yards 




Box Score 



fs( 2nd 3rd 4th 



Florida 



14 



14 21 



7 - 



Mar yland 



7 







13 - 



1-UF - Graham 1-yard run (Chandler kick) 9 51 
1-UF - Jacobs 46-yard pass from Berlin (Chandler kick] 0:12 
1-UM - Williams 64-yard pass from Hill (Novak kick) :00 
2-UM - Novak 20-yard field goal 12.20 



2-UF - Jacobs 15-yard pass from Grossman (Chandler kick) 2:18 
2-UF - Gaffney 4-yard pass from Grossman (Chandler kick) 03 
3-UF - Graham 6-yard run (Chandler kick) 1 1 22 



3-UF- 
3-UF - 
4-UM 
4-UF- 
4-UM 



Gillespie 11 -yard run (Chandler kick) 7 26 



Gaffney 33-yard pass from Grossman (Chandler kick) 2 52 
Riley 1-yard run (Novak kick) 11:56 



Perez 10-yard pass from Grossman (Chandler kick) 1016 
Riley 10-ya rd run (Novak kic k) 5:10 



First Downs 
Rushing Yards 
Passing 
Comp-Att-Int 
Relurn Yards 
Punts-Avg 
Fumbles-Losl 
Penalties-Yards 



UM 
1JL 

103 

25/ 

23-39-1 

189 

5-46 J 

0-0 

4-20 



UF 



203 



456 
3349-2 



93 

2-530 

2-1 

643 



RUSHING-Maryland Hill 11-31 Florida, Graham 16-149 
PASSING-Maryland Hill 23-39-257 Florida. Grossman 20-28-248 
RECEIVING-Maryland Murphy 5-42 Florida Jacobs 10-170 



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Marc Riley 
ran lor two 
touchdowns, 
including this 
10-yard run 
in the fourth 
quarter. 



PEACH 
BOWL 

GEORGIA DOME 
ATLANTA 
DEC. 31, 2002 




MARYLAND 30 
TENNESSEE 3 

The Terps posted their first bowl win since 1985 with 
a dominating performance over the Tennessee Volunteers. 
QB Scott McBnen ran for a pair of touchdowns. Nick 
Novak booted three field goals, All-America linebacker 
E.J. Henderson registered 12 solo tackles, and cornerback 
Curome Cox returned an interception for a touchdown to 
highlight Maryland's performance. The Terps never trailed 
in the game, taking their opening possession in for a 
touchdown on a one-yard run by McBrien and taking a 17-3 
lead into intermission. It was the most lopsided bowl loss in 
UT history. 



Box Score 

1st 



2nd 3rd 4th 



Tennessee 







Maryland 



1-UM - McBnen 1-yard run (Novak kick) 6 00 



2-UM - Cox 54-yard interception return (Novak kick) 11 32 
2-UT - Walls 38-yard field goa[446_ 



2-UM - Novak 48-yard field goaH)47 
3-UM - Novak 44-yard field goal 6 48 
4-UM - McBrien 6-yard run (Nov ak kick) 12:55 
4-UM - Novak 25-^ard field goal 4 12 



UT 



UM 



Firsl Downs _ 

Rushin g Yards 

Passing 

Comp-Att-Int 

Return Yards 

Punts-Avg 

Fumbles-Lost 



Penalties-Yards 



18 



45 



154 



242 



120 



23-37-1 



11-19-0 



177 



6-47.7 



3-503 



1-1 



2-1 



2-10 



RUSHING-Maryland, Perry 15-50 Tennessee Houston 9-34 



PASSING-Maryland, McBrien, 11-19-0-120 Tennessee, Clausen 23-37- 

1-242 

RECEIVING-Maryland, Harnson 4-74 Tennessee Brown 5-75 
Att: 68,330 




Curome Cox set a 
school bowl record 
with a 54-yard 
interception return 
for touchdown in the 
Peach Bowl. 



GATOB 
BOWL 

ALLTEL 
STADIUM 
JACKSONVILLE 
JAN. 1,2004 



MARYLAND 41 
WEST VIRGINIA 7 

Former Mountaineer Scott McBrien threw for a career-high 381 
yards to help Maryland to a 41-7 victory over West Virginia 
in the Gator Bowl, a rematch of a regular-season game that 
was almost as lopsided Playing against the team he left in 
2001, McBrien threw for three scores and ran for another. 
His teammate, Steve Suter, returned a punt for a touchdown 
and made a highlight-reel catch to help the once-downtrodden 
Terrapins reach 10 wins for the third-straight year under coach 
Ralph Fnedgen, 




Box Score 





1st 


2nd 


3rd 


4th 


F 


West Virqinia 








7 





7 


Maryland 


10 


14 


10 


7 


41 



1-UM 
HJM 
24JM 
24JM 
34JM 
3-WV 
34JM 
4-UM 



Novak 26-yard field goal 9:36 

J Williams 31-yard pass from McBnen (Novak kick) 00 

Suter 76-yard punt return (Novak kick) 13 55 



J Willia ms 22 -yard pass from McBrien (Novak kick) 7 49 
McBrien 2-yard run [Novak kick) 8 40 

R Marshall 15-ya rd run (Cooper kic k) 6:10 

Nick Novak 24-yard field goal 1:25 



Walker 14-yard punt return (Novak kick) 6 42 
UM WV 



Firsl Downs 26 


9 


Rushes-Yards 48-141 


29-155 


Passinq Yards 381 


86 


Comp-Att-Int 21-33-1 


11-19-0 


Return Yards 114 


165 


Punts-Avq 2-33.6 


7-42.4 


Fumbles-Lost 5-0 


2-2 


Penalties-Yards 645 


6-40 


RUSHING- Maryland. Perry 20-67 West Virg 
PASSING- Maryland, McBnen 21-33-0-381 

10-16-0-87 


nia. Harris 6-56. 

West Virginia: Marshall 


RECEIVING- Maryland, Suter 4-84 West Virginia, He 


Art: 78 892 






Gator Bowl MVP 
Scott McBrien 
threw for a career- 
high 381 yards 
against his former 
team in his final 
college game. 



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ALL-TIME BOWL GAME RECORDS 




INDIVIDUAL 
RECORDS 

RUSHING YARDS 

165 (23 carries), Lu Gambino vs. Georgia, 1948 Gator 
153 (28), Ed Modzelewski vs Tennessee, 1952 Sugar 
159 (39), Charlie Wysocki vs, Florida, 1980 Tangerine 
132 (24), Alvin Blount vs. Syracuse, 1985 Cherry 
127 (20), Steve Atkins vs, Florida, 1975 Gator 
126 (29), Louis Carter vs. Georgia, 1973 Peach 
108 (8), Ed Vereb vs. Oklahoma, 1956 Orange 
107 (12), Tommy Neal vs. Tennessee, 1984 Sun 

RUSHING ATTEMPTS 

39, Charlie Wysocki vs Florida, 1980 Tangerine 

RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS 

3. Troy Jackson vs. Louisiana Tech, 1990 Independence 

LONGEST TOUCHDOWN RUN 

57 yards. Tommy Neal vs. Tennessee, 1984 Sun 

PASSING YARDS 

381 (21 of 33, 3 TD, Int.), Scott McBrien vs. West Virginia, 2004 

Gator 
257 (23 of 39. 1 TD, 1 Int.), Shaun Hill vs. Flonda, 2002 Orange 
251(19of32,2TD, 1 1nt.). Boomer Esiasonvs Washington, 1982 Aloha 
223 (14 of 20, 2 TD, 1 1nt.), Stan Gelbaugh vs. Syracuse. 1 985 Cherry 
215 (17 of 28, 1 TD, 3 Int.), Scott Zolak vs Louisiana Tech, 1990 

Independence 
211 (12 of 20. TD, 1 Int.), Larry Dick vs. Minnesota, 1977 Hall 

of Fame 
201 (17 of 28, 1 TD, 1 Int.), Frank Reich vs. Tennessee, 1984 Sun 

PASS COMPLETIONS 

23. Shaun Hill vs. Florida. 2002 Orange 

PASS ATTEMPTS 

39, Shaun Hill vs. Flonda, 2002 Orange 

PASSING TOUCHDOWNS 

3, Scott McBrien vs. West Virginia, 2004 Gator 
2, Boomer Esiason vs. Washington, 1982 Aloha 
2, Stan Gelbaugh vs. Syracuse, 1985 Cherry 
2, Scott Zolak vs, Louisiana Tech, 1990 Independence 

LONGEST TOUCHDOWN PASS 

68. Louis Carter to Walter White vs. Georgia, 1973 Peach 

TOTAL OFFENSE 

367 yards (minus 14 run, 381 pass), Scott McBrien vs. West 

Virginia. 2004 Gator 
288 yards (31 run, 257 pass), Shaun Hill vs. Flonda, 2002 Orange 
252 yards (1 run, 251 pass), Boomer Esiason vs. Washington, 

1983 Aloha 

RECEPTIONS 

8 (126 yards), Charlie White vs. Minnesota, 1977 Hall of Fame 

RECEIVING YARDS 

126 (8 rec. TD], Charlie White vs. Minnesota, 1977 Hall of 

Fame 
107 (5 rec, 1 TD), Barry Johnson vs. Louisiana Tech, 1990 

Independence 
106 (2 rec. 1 TD), Walter White vs. Georgia. 1973 Peach 

TOUCHDOWN RECEPTIONS 

2, Jafar Williams from Scott McBnen vs. West Virginia, 2004 Gator 
1, Lu Gambino from John Barom. 1948 Gator 
1. Bob Shemonski from Ed Fullerton, 1952 Gator 
1 . Walter White from Louis Carter, 1 973 Peach 



1, Kim Hoover Irom Larry Dick, 1975 Gator 
1, Eric Sievers from Mark Manges, 1977 Cotton 
1 , Dave D'Addio from Boomer Esiason, 1982 Aloha 
1, John Tice from Boomer Esiason, 1982 Aloha 
1, Ferrell Edmunds from Frank Reich, 1984 Sun 
1 , Chris Knight from Stan Gelbaugh, 1985 Cherry 
1 , Azizuddin Abdur-Ra'oof from Stan Gelbaugh, 1985 Cherry 
1 , Mark Mason from Scott Zolak, 1990 Independence 
1 , Barry Johnson from Scott Zolak, 1990 Independence 
1 , Jafar Williams from Shaun Hill, 2002 Orange 
1 , Jo Jo Walker from Scott McBrien, 2004 Gator 

ALL-PURPOSE YARDAGE 

198 (84 rec, 114 ret.), Steve Suter vs. West Virginia, 2004 Gator 
189 (165 rush, 24 rec), Lu Gambino vs. Georgia, 1948 Gator 
184 (93 rush, 47 rec, 44 ret.), Mark Mason vs. Louisiana Tech, 
1990 Independence 

TOUCHDOWNS RESPONSIRLE FOR 

4, Scott McBrien (31 pass. 22 pass. 2 run, 14 pass) vs West 

Virginia, 2004 Gator 
3, Lu Gambino (35 run, 1 run, 24 rec.) vs. Missouri, 1948 Gator 
3, Ed Fullerton (2 run, 7 pass, 46 int.) vs. Tennessee, 1952 Sugar 
3, Troy Jackson (2 run, 2 run, 11 run) vs. Louisiana Tech, 1990 

Independence 

FIELD GOALS 

5 (18, 48, 31. 22, 26 yds.), Jess Atkinson vs. Tennessee, 1983 Citrus 
4 (35, 27, 27, 43 yds.), Dale Castro vs. Flonda, 1980 Tangenne 

LONGEST FIELD GOAL 

48 yards, Jess Atkinson vs. Tennessee, 1983 Citrus 
48 yards, Nick Novak vs, Tennessee, 2002 Peach 

PUNTING AVERAGE 

53.0 (3 for 159 yds.), Lynn Beightol vs. Oklahoma, 1956 Orange 
52.4 (5 for 262 yds.), Mike Sochko vs. Houston, 1977 Cotton 

LONGEST PUNT 

77 yards, Mike Sochko vs, Houston, 1977 Cotton 

LONGEST KICKOFF RETURN 

80 yards. Tommy Neal vs Tennessee. 1983 Citrus 

LONGEST PUNT RETURN/FOR A TD 

76 yards, Steve Suter vs. West Virginia, 2004 Gator 

FUMRLE RETURN FOR A TD 

8 yard return, Scott Tye vs Syracuse. 1985 Cherry 

INTERCEPTION RETURN FOR A TD 

54 yard return, Curome Cox vs. Tennessee, 2002 Peach 




Lu Gambino holds the Maryland record lor rushing yards in a game 
with 165, gained in the '48 Gafor Bowl. 



TEAM RECORDS 

FIRST DOWNS 

26, 2004 Gator (7 rush, 16 pass, 3 pen.) vs West Virginia 
25, 1990 Independence (12 rush, 9 pass, 4 pen) vs. Louisiana 
Tech 

FIRST DOWNS RUSHING 

14, 1 952 Sugar vs. Tennessee 

FIRST DOWNS PASSING 

16, 2004 Gator vs. West Virginia 

12. 1983 Citrus vs. Tennessee 

FEWEST FIRST DOWNS 

9, 1956 Orange vs. Oklahoma 

RUSHING YARDS 

289 yards, 1952 Sugar vs. Tennessee 

RUSHING ATTEMPTS 

54, 1980 Tangerine (177 yards) vs. Florida 

54. 1984 Sun (229 yards) vs. Tennessee 

RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS 

3, 1950 Gator vs Missouri 
3, 1984 Sun vs. Tennessee 
3, 1990 Independence vs Louisiana Tech 

FEWEST RUSHING YARDS 

68, 1982 Aloha vs. Washington 

PASSING YARDS 

381 yards. 2004 Gator vs West Virginia 

PASS COMPLETIONS 

23, 2002 Orange vs. Florida 

PASS ATTEMPTS 

43, 1978 Sun vs. Texas (17 completions) 

PASSING TOUCHDOWNS 

3, 2004 Gator vs. West Virginia 

FEWEST PASSING YARDS 

16, 1950 Gator vs Missoun 

TOTAL YARDS 

522, 2004 Gator vs. West Virginia (141 rush, 381 pass) 
467, 1985 Cherry vs. Syracuse (244 rush, 223 pass) 

FEWEST TOTAL YARDS 

212, 1954 Orange vs. Oklahoma 

PASS INTERCEPTIONS 

4. 1952 Sugar vs. Tennessee 

FUMRLES LOST 

3. 1973 Peach vs. Georgia 

3. 1974 Liberty vs. Tennessee 

PENALTY YARDS 

120 on 12 penalties, 1952 Sugar vs. Tennessee 



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undergraduate education, but to aim for anything less would be unworthy of a great university's goals 

for its students. Thirteen years ago, Promises to Keep, a plan for undergraduate education at Maryland, 

articulated those goals so eloquently we repeat them here. 

Undergraduate education at Maryland "aims to provide students with a sense of identity and purpose, 
a concern for others,^ sense of responsibility for the quality of life around them, a continuing eagerness 
for knowledge and understanding, and a foundation for a lifetime of personal enrichment." 



As we learn with and from one another, we try to "develop human values," 

"celebrate tolerance and fairness," "contribute to the social conscience," "monitor and assess private 

and collective assumptions," and "recognize the glory, tragedy and humor of the human condition." 

Your years at the University of Maryland can provide you with all the tools you need to accomplish these goals. 

Students here are "educated to be able to read with perception and pleasure, write and speak with clarity and verve, 

handle numbers and computation proficiently, reason mathematically, generate clear questions 

and find probable arguments, reach substantiated conclusions and accept ambiguity." 

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THE CAMPUS 

By virtually every measure of quality, the University of Maryland has gained national 
recognition as one of the fastest-rising comprehensive research institutions in the country. 
The momentum of recent years has poised the university to move it into the top ranks 
of higher education and take leadership in shaping the research university of the 21 
century. 

The university has enjoyed a decade of momentum in all of the areas that affect quality. 
The average high school GPA of entering students has zoomed from 3.01 to nearly 3.90, 
and the average SATs are now more than 1270. The student body is a model of diversity, 
with minorities making up more than 33 percent of all students, and at least one graduate 
and undergraduate student from every state in the nation. 

The university has 79 graduate and undergraduate programs ranked in the Top 25 by 
U.S. News and World Report, up from just one program in 1991. 

Sponsored research and outreach has nearly tripled in the same 10-year period, 
exceeding $350 million last year. Private giving also has increased, and the university 
last year concluded its first campaign by topping its $350 million goal by more than $100 
million. Alumni Association membership has been growing at an average rate of 10 percent 
a year since 1992. 

One of the largest research universities in the United States, Fall 2005 enrollment 
was 25,442 undergraduate and 9,927 graduate students. There are 94 undergraduate 
programs, 89 master's programs, 70 doctoral programs and one first professional degree 
program. More than 100 centers and institutes are engaged in research and outreach. 

Faculty at the University of Maryland, in all fields of knowledge, are engaged at the 
highest levels of national and international concern. The university's location near the 
center of federal policy-making and international political and economic activity enables it 
to play an active role in research and analysis of public policy. 

Maryland is one of 30 public universities in the prestigious 63-member Association 
of American Universities and the only public institution in the Maryland-D.C. area with 
membership in the nation's most distinguished honor society, Phi Beta Kappa. 




DID YOU KNOW? 

In 1991 , Maryland had one program listed among Top 25 entrants in the U.S. 
News & World Report Rankings. Maryland now has 79 programs ranked 
I/ among the nation's elite, and the university is ranked 18th nationally among 
public universities. 

A report card published in Technology Review rated the top U.S. universities 
in their quest for intellectual property, commercial partners and profits. Johns 
/ Hopkins University and the University of Maryland (28th) were the Mid- 
Atlantic (Delaware. Maryland, Virginia, District of Columbia) schools to make 
the "campus patenting" top 50 list. 



Black Issues In Higher Education ranked the university fourth nationally in 
bachelor's degrees earned by African-American students at traditionally white 
'/ schools. Maryland ranks first in African-American undergraduate degrees in 
social sciences and history. 

The Wall Street Journal ranked the Robert H. Smith School of Business No. 1 5 
a mong the world's business schools. Maryland is the top-ranked school in the 
Mid-Atlantic region (Delaware, Maryland, District of Columbia, Virginia). The 
Financial Times of London ranked the Robert H. Smith School of Business 
No. 3 in value for money, No. 6 overall among U.S. public business schools 
and No. 12 in placement rate. 

In the undergraduate program rankings released by US. News & World 

Report both the A. James Clark School of Engineenng (No. 22) and the 

' Robert H. Smith School of Business (No. 22) were ranked among the top 25. 




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LIBRARIES 

Seven libraries make up the University of Maryland library system: McKeldin 
(main) Library, Architecture Library. Art Library. Engineering and Physical Sciences Library, 
Hornbake Library, Performing Arts Library and White Memorial (Chemistry) Library. 

These libraries constitute the largest university research library institution in the 
Washington metropolitan area, providing vital resources to researchers, visiting scholars, 
and businesses throughout the region. The libraries' holdings include more than 2.5 
million volumes, 24,000 subscriptions to periodicals and nearly 5 million items available in 
microfilm format. 

RESEARCH 

Opportunities for conducting research abound at the University of Maryland, 
College Park, and in the surrounding area, both for faculty to advance their own expertise 
and bring their insights into the classroom, and for students to begin their exploration of 
their unique interests with practical experience. On campus, special facilities and a number 
of organized research centers, bureaus and institutes promote the acquisition and analysis 
of new knowledge in the arts, sciences and applied fields. 

The university's enviable location —just nine miles from downtown Washington, 
D.C., and approximately 30 miles from both Baltimore and Annapolis — enhances the 
research of its faculty and students by providing access to some of the finest libraries and 
research centers in the country. 

SERVICE 

Programs of public service are central to the overall mission of the university. The 
philosophy is reflected in the wide array of programs and initiatives that benefit the state's 
business, agriculture and education communities. 

With more than 90 high-technology firms in the three-county area of Montgomery, 
Prince George's and Frederick counties, the university has found abundant opportunity 
to extend its business and technology outreach programs to the region. Many of these 
programs are part of the Engineering Research Center, which operates the Technology 
Advancement Program and the Maryland Industrial Partnerships, programs designed to 
provide Maryland entrepreneurs and small businesses with research facilities, technical 
assistance, administrative support and access to technology that will advance their 
economic base. 

The Institute for Systems Research has formed partnerships with major corporations, 
including Lockheed Martin, Westinghouse, BF Goodrich, Hughes Aircraft and Dupont 
to apply advanced systems research to solving industry problems in the fields of 
communications, manufacturing, controls and robotics. 

The university opened the Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center in 2001, with its 
six state-of-the art performance halls, which has quickly become a center of cultural 
programming in the Washington metropolitan area. The university also boasts four art 
galleries and a broad range of public art throughout the beautiful campus. Additionally 
intercollegiate, club and intramural sports provide students of all levels an opportunity to 
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PRESIDENT CD. MOTE JR. 




In September 1998, C. D. (Dan) Mote, Jr. began his 
tenure as President of the University of Maryland and 
Glenn L. Martin Institute Professor of Engineering. He was 
recruited to lead the University of Maryland to national 
eminence under a mandate by the state. Since assuming 
the presidency, he has encouraged an environment of 
excellence across the University and given new impetus 
to the momentum generated by a talented faculty and 
student body. Under his leadership, academic programs 
have flourished. In 2005, the University was ranked 18th 
among public research universities, up from 30th in 1998. 
President Mote has emphasized broad access to the 
university's model, enriched undergraduate curriculum 
programs and launched the Baltimore Incentive Awards 
Program to recruit and provide full support to high school 
students of outstanding potential who have overcome 
extraordinary adversity during their lives. 

He has spurred the university to lead the state in 
the development of its high-tech economy, especially 
in the information and communication, bioscience and 
biotechnology, and nano-technology sectors. President 
Mote has greatly expanded the university's partnerships 
with corporate and federal laboratories and successfully 
negotiated to bring to the College Park area the first Science 
Research Park sponsored by the People's Republic of 
China. Under his leadership, the University has established 
a research park, The University of Maryland Enterprise 
Campus, M-Square, located on a 115-acre site adjacent 
to the University of Maryland/College Park Metro with 3 
million square feet of development potential. Among its first 
tenants are the Center for Advanced Study of Language, a 
joint venture of the University and Department of Defense, 
and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's 
new World Weather and Climate Prediction Center. 

During President Mote's second year in office, the 
University began the largest building boom in its history, 
with more than $100 million in new projects breaking 
ground that year. New facilities address every aspect of 
university life, from the arts to recreation to classrooms 
and laboratories, and, in creative partnership with the 



private sector, new residential facilities. Highlights of the 
construction activity include the stunning Clarice Smith 
Performing Arts Center; the Comcast Center, a state of the 
art sports complex; a high tech research greenhouse; and 
new classrooms for chemistry, computer science, business 
and engineering. President Mote also led the development 
of a new Facilities Master Plan for development in the next 
20 years, which is noted for its emphasis on environmental 
stewardship. 

Dr. Mote is a leader in the national dialogue on higher 
education and his analyses of shifting funding models have 
been featured in local and national media. He has testified 
on major educational issues before Congress, representing 
the University and higher education associations on the 
problem of visa barriers for international students and 
scholars and on deemed export control issues. He has 
been asked to serve on a high level National Academies 
Committee appointed at the request of the Senate 
Energy Subcommittee of the Senate Energy and Natural 
Resources Committee to identify challenges to United 
States leadership in key areas of science and technology 
and to be a member of the Leadership Council of the 
National Innovation Initiative, an activity of the Council 
on Competitiveness. He has served as vice chair of the 
Department of Defense Basic Research Committee, and 
is a member of the Council of the National Academy of 
Engineering. In 2004-2005, he served as President of 
the Atlantic Coast Conference. In its last ranking in 2002, 
"Washington Business Forward" magazine counted him 
among the top 20 most influential leaders in the region. 

Prior to assuming the Presidency at Maryland, Dr. Mote 
served on the University of California, Berkeley faculty for 
31 years. From 1991 to 1998, he was Vice Chancellor at 
Berkeley, held an endowed chair in Mechanical Systems 
and was President of the UC Berkeley Foundation He led 
a comprehensive capital campaign for Berkeley that raised 
$1.4 B. He earlier served as chair of Berkeley's Department 
of Mechanical Engineering and led the department to its 
number one ranking in the National Research Council 
review of graduate program effectiveness. 

Dr. Mote's research lies in dynamic systems and 
biomechanics. Internationally recognized for his research on 
the dynamics of gyroscopic systems and the biomechanics 
of snow skiing, he has produced more than 300 publications, 
holds patents in the U.S., Norway, Finland and Sweden, 
and has mentored 56 Ph.D. students. He received the 
B.S., M.S. and Ph.D. in mechanical engineering from 
the University of California, Berkeley. President Mote 
has received numerous awards and honors, including 
the Humboldt Prize awarded by the Federal Republic of 
Germany. He is a recipient of the Berkeley Citation, an 
award from the University of California-Berkeley similar 
to the honorary doctorate, and was named Distinguished 
Engineering Alumnus. He has received two honorary 
doctorates. He is a member of the U.S. National Academy 
of Engineering and serves on its Council, and is a member 
of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. He was 
elected to Honorary Membership in the ASME International, 
its most distinguished recognition, and is a Fellow of the 
International Academy of Wood Science, the Acoustical 
Society of America, and the American Association for the 



Advancement of Science. In Spring 2005, he was named 
recipient of the 2005 J. P. Den Hartog award by the ASME 
International Technical Committee on Vibration and Sound 
to honor his lifelong contribution to the teaching and/or 
practice of vibration engineering. In Fall 2005, he received 
the 2005 Founders Award from the National Academy of 
Engineering in recognition of his comprehensive body of 
work on the dynamics of moving flexible structures and for 
leadership in academia. 

He and his wife of over 40 years, Patricia Mote, 
have two married children, Melissa and Adam, and four 
grandchildren. Patsy Mote has continued her strong 
support of the arts and is spokesperson for the Clarice 
Smith Performing Arts Center and a member of Prince 
George's County Arts Commission. 



UNIVERSITY SYSTEM 
OF MARYLAND 



William Kirwan 



Chancellor 



Irwin Goldstein 



Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs 



Joseph A. Vivona 



Vice Chancellor for 
Admin. And Finance 



UNIVERSITY 
ADMINISTRATION 



CD. Mote Jr. 



President 



lliam Destlei 



Vice President for Academic Affairs, 
Provost 



Linda Clement 



Vice President for Student Affairs 



Jacques Gansler 
Jeffrey Huskamp 



Vice P resident for Research 

Vice President and 

Chief Information Officer 



John Porcari Vice President for Administrative Affaire 
Brodie Remin gton Vice President for University Relations 



BOARD OF 
REGENTS 



David H. Nevms 


Chairman 


Robert L. Pevenstein 


Vice Chairman 


Robert L Mitchell 


Secretary 


Orlan M. Johnson 


Treasurer 


Patricia S. Florestano 


Assistant Treasurer 


James T, Brady 




Thomas B Fman Jr. 


R. Michael Gill 


Alicia Coro Hoffman 


The Hon Francis X Kelly. Jr 


Clifford M Kendall 


Cheryl G. Krongrad 


The Hon. Marvin Mandel 




A Dwight Pettit 


The Hon. Lewis R. Riley, ex officio 



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DEBORAH A. YOW 

DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS • 1 3TH YEAR AT MARYLAND 




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Deborah A. Yow is in the 13lh 
year of her outstanding tenure 
as director of athletics at the 
University of Maryland, a tenure 
that has seen unprecedented 
success and achievement 
in Maryland athletics. Each 
year has brought steady and 
continued improvement and 
accomplishment in Terrapin 
athletics. In Yow's 13 years at 
Maryland, the Terrapins have 
won a remarkable 14 national championships and graduated 
student-athletes at an enviable rate as Maryland athletics 
has soared to sustained new heights among the nation's elite 
intercollegiate athletic programs. 

The comprehensive success of Terrapin athletics under Debbie 
Yow's leadership is a clear and compelling testimony of her values 
of excellence, teamwork and accountability 

Likewise, her prior election to the presidency of the National 
Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics is an indication 
of the wide respect with which she is regarded among its 6,100 
members representing 1,600 colleges and universities in the U.S. 
and Canada. 

She was honored recently by Street and Smith's Sports 
Business Journal as one of the 20 most influential people in 
intercollegiate athletics and she has received the Carl Maddox 
Sport Management Award presented by the United States Sports 
Academy for excellence in athletics administration. 

Dr. Yow was selected to serve on the U.S. Department of 
Education's Commission on Opportunities in Athletics to review the 
status of Federal Title IX regulations. She recently served as the 
chair of the Atlantic Coast Conference Committee on Television. 
The committee is charged with overseeing the league's TV 
contracts and dealing with issues related to television. Yow led the 
committee dunng the successful renegotiation of comprehensive, 
multi-year ACC football and basketball contracts with ABC, ESPN, 
ESPN2 and syndication entities. 

Additionally, she has represented intercollegiate athletics 
with presentations in a number of prominent settings such as 
the Harvard University School of Law conference on "Shaping 
the Future of Collegiate Athletics" and the Street and Smith's 
Sports Business Journal "National Forum on the Direction of 
Intercollegiate Athletics" in New York. She was also recently 
inducted into the State of Maryland Women's Hall of Fame, the 
North Carolina Sports Hall of Fame and the University of Maryland 
Sports Hall of Fame. 

Yow, who has served on the NCAA Management Council and 
the NCAA Division I Budget Committee, is a strong and steady 
voice on behalf of intercollegiate athletics in America. 

Since taking over as AD at Maryland in 1994, she and her staff 
have: 

• Transformed Terrapin athletics into a responsive, goal-onented 
organization with 27 sports and more than 700 student- 
athletes. 

• Balanced all 12 of the department's annual budgets (none of 
the budgets were balanced in the-10 years prior to her arrival). 
The budget has now reached S52 million annually and the 
multi-million dollar accumulated operating debt which her 
administration inhented has been eradicated. 

• Greatly enhanced the academic support services provided 
for student-athletes, with an enviable exhausted eligibility 
graduation rate of approximately 85 percent for student athletes 
at Maryland. 

• Led the Terrapins to a national al-sports ranking in the upper 7 
percent of all NCAA Division I institutions. 



• Significantly expanded marketing and fund-raising efforts on 
behalf of Terrapin athletics As a result, private gifts to athletics 
have increased over 350 percent and corporate sponsorship 
revenues have increased by over 300 percent during her 
tenure at Maryland. 

• Continued to dramatically improve venues and facilities for the 
department's 27 teams. The Comcast Center for men's and 
women's basketball and other sports that use the facility is a 
prime example of the dramatic upgrade of athletic facilities. 

• Implemented a strategic management model. 

• Developed a comprehensive Internet strategy with 
management, marketing and fund-raising applications. 

• Significantly improved customer care in every area of Maryland 
athletics. 

The most recent achievements of Maryland athletics are 
exceptional: 

• Maryland captured a remarkable four national championships 
during the 2005-06 academic season. 

• In 2005-2006, the Terrapins achieved the highest student- 
athlete graduation rate in the history of Maryland athletics. 

• Maryland was selected by U.S. News & World Report as one 
of the Top 20 athletic programs in the nation (for overall quality 
and competitive excellence). 

• In 2005-06, Maryland Athletics won the inaugural PRISM 
Award as the most well-managed Division I collegiate athletics 
program in the nation. 

• In men's basketball, the Terps won the Atlantic Coast 
Conference title over Duke in the championship game in 2004 
and won the NCAA National Championship in 2002. Under 
Coach Gary Williams, the men's basketball team appeared in 
11 consecutive NCAA Tournaments. 

• Maryland was ranked as the sixth-finest athletic program in 
the nation by the Laboratory for the Study of Intercollegiate 
Athletics, based on comprehensive cntena such as graduation 
rates, financial efficiency, equity effectiveness and competitive 
excellence. 

• Women's basketball won the 2006 NCAA National 
Championship under head coach Brenda Frese, completing 
an amazing turnaround that saw the program go from a 10-18 
record to a National Championship in four seasons. 

• In football, the Terps won the 2001 Atlantic Coast Conference 
championship and played in the 2002 Orange Bowl, followed 
that with an 11 -win season and a 30-3 victory over the 
University of Tennessee in the Peach Bowl, again followed by 
a 1 0-win season and a 41-7 win over West Virginia in the Gator 
Bowl on New Year's Day 2004. Graduation rates in football are 
near 80 percent and the program was recently recognized by 
the American Football Coaches Association for its academic 
excellence under Coach Ralph Friedgen. 

• Additionally, Maryland is one of only two universities in the 
nation to win National Championships in men's basketball, 
women's basketball and football. Stanford is the only other 
NCAA Division I institution to achieve that mark. 

• Set an ACC single-game record for women's basketball 
attendance by drawing 17,243 to a regular-season game at 
Comcast Center. 

• Hired Dave Cottle, the third-winningest active men's lacrosse 
coach in the U.S., who guided his team to the NCAA Final Four 
three times in the past four seasons. 

• Field Hockey won back-to-back National Championships in 
2005 and 2006. proving Maryland to be one of the top programs 
in the nation. 



• Women's Lacrosse has continued its winning ways with seven 
national championships from 1995-2001, with additional Final 
Four appearances. 

• Men's Soccer has appeared in four consecutive Final Fours 
and won the NCAA National Championship in the 2005-06 
season. 

• Football facilities have been significantly enhanced with team 
house, stadium and practice field upgrades. The Academic 
Center was the first improvement, as it took priority over all 
other initiatives. 

• The Terrapins have moved into the new $125 million Comcast 
Center, housing athletic department offices and seating for 
18,000 fans for basketball and other events. 

• In 2005-06. 1 3 Maryland teams competed in postseason play. 

• The productivity, morale, and the competitive and academic 
achievement of Terrapin athletics are exceptional and continue 
to gain momentum. 

Regarding the many achievements of Terrapin athletics over 
the past 12 years, Yow says. We are pleased, but we are not 
satisfied... our vision is to be one of the Top 5 programs in the 
nation consistently... we see no reason to settle for less.' 

Yow is known for her goal-onented and proactive management 
style. She consistently inspires and challenges those around her 
to 'raise our sights and sharpen our tools... to work hard and 
work smart... to recognize that our only limitations are those 
that we place upon ourselves. 

As a manager and a leader, she clearly models these pnnciples. 
She is the only known current AD in NCAA Division I who has hired 
both the National Coach of the Year in football (while at Maryland) 
and the National Coach of the Year in men's basketball (while at 
Saint Louis University). In 2002, she brought to the University of 
Maryland Brenda Frese, who at that time was the National Coach 
of the Year in women's basketball. Four years later. Frese led the 
Terrapins to the NCAA National Championship at the Women's 
Final Four in Boston. 

Dr. Yow is known as "a coach's AD." while also being highly 
organized and a strategic and proactive leader and administrator. 
Quite simply. Debbie Yow personifies the relational and 
management dynamics that are necessary to be an excellent 
administrator. 

A successful former basketball coach at the University of 
Kentucky and University of Florida, she moved into athletics 
administration at the University of Flonda and the University of 
North Carolina. Greensboro, followed by a successful tenure as 
AD at Saint Louis University from 1990 through 1994. 

She has authored numerous articles and books on athletics 
management and human behavior, and is a respected leader in 
intercollegiate athletics in the United States. 

Summing up the entire Maryland athletes program, our athletics 
director recently stated, "We have the finest student-athletes, 
coaches, support staff and administrative team in Amenca. It is 
because of their courage, hard work and cooperative spirit that 
we now have a strong, viable athletic program. I am immensely 
proud of each of them. I am equally proud of our Terrapin fans who 
buy tickets, our Terrapin Club members who faithfully support the 
Maryland athletic program with their donations for scholarships, 
and the M Club members who serve and give liberally. We are also 
blessed with a terrific President. Dr. Dan Mote, who has fostered 
a mindset of excellence across our institution. He is a strong and 
balanced advocate for what he calls 'the three As of the University 
- Academics, the Arts and Athletics'. We have a great Terrapin 
family. That's the foundation for all of our success... and the basis 
for our bright future. It's a great time to be a Terp." 



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BOWL ADMINISTRATIVE 
SUPPORT STAFF 




Kathy Worthington 

Executive Senior 
Associate Athletics Director 




Randy Eaton 

Associate Athletics Director/ 
Business 




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Chris Boyer 

Senior Associate Athletics 
Director/Administration 




Cheryl Harrison 

Associate Athletics Director/ 
Advancement 





Larry Leckonby 

Senior Associate Athletics 
Director/Business & Finance 




Brian Ullmann 

Associate Athletics Director/ 
External Operations 





Preston Robinson 

Director of Ticket 
Operations 



Greg Enloe 

Executive Director/ 
Terrapin Club 



Julie Potter 

Senior Associate Director/ 
Terrapin Club 



Dan Johnston 

Assistant Director/ 
Terrapin Club 




MARYLAND'S TEAM HEADQUARTERS 

ORLANDO WORLD CENTER MARRIOTT 

RESORT & CONVENTION CENTER 

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