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CONTENTS 

ALL-AMERICANS 45 

ALL-CONFERENCE 44 

ASSISTANT COACHES 12 

ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT DIRECTORY 56 

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR— JIM KEHOE 7 

AWARDS— NATIONAL AND 1974 11 

AWARDS— MARYLAND 48 

BASKETBALL 1975 59 

COACHES— 1892-1974 46 

FACULTY COMMITTEE 58 

HEAD COACH— JERRY CLAIBORNE 8 

LIBERTY BOWL 1974 41 

OPPONENTS 1975 32 

OPPONENTS' SERIES RECORDS 47 

OUTLOOK— 1975 4 

PEACH BOWL 1973 , 42 

PLAYER PROFILES 17 

RADIO-TV SCHEDULE 6 

RECORDS 50 

REVIEW OF 1974 54 

ROSTER— ALPHABETICAL-NUMERICAL 30 

ROSTER SIGNEES FOR 1975 5 

SCHEDULE— 1975 3 

SEASON LEADERS OVER YEARS 43 

STATISTICS 1974— TEAM 38 

OFFENSE 39 

DEFENSE 40 



MARYLAND FOOTBALL 1975: Printed by 
University of Maryland Press, Henry Kuhn, 
Manager. 



"The University of Maryland in all its branches 
and divisions subscribes to a policy of equal 
education opportunity for peoples of all races, 
creeds and ethnic origins." 



FRONT COVER: Record crowd of 54,412 in Byrd 
Stadium (1974). Terp practice fields located at top of 
picture, east of Stadium and adjacent to Shipley Field. 

AT LEFT: Maryland's Randy White and THE SPORT- 
ING NEWS "Coach of the Year" Jerry Claiborne, with 
White holding the OUTLAND TROPHY, and Claiborne 
the ACC "PLAYER OF THE YEAR" plaque. On table 
is Liberty Bowl MVP Trophy and LOMBARDI trophy. 
White's 94 was retired by the University. 




TO THE PRESS, RADIO AND TELEVISION 

We hope the 1975 edition of the 
Maryland Football Guide will be 
helpful as you cover the Terrapins 
this fall. 

With this guide goes an invitation 
to visit us as often as possible. Our 
offices are located in Cole Field 
House room 1143. 

For additional information do not 
hesitate to call, day or night, and 
I will make every attempt to be of assistance to you. 

Western Union service (telex) and telephone requests 
should be made through your local office. We still have 
excellent service from Western Union but let me know of 
your requests so I can check on this end to make sure 
they are filled. Four telephones are available for tele- 
copiers but if you desire exclusive use I suggest you have 
a phone installed. The sports information office will 
have a telecopier available also. 

Runners will be available to handle and send your 
copy. Sports Comm will not be available. 

Radio space has been reserved for the visiting team 
network. Additional space requests must be approved 
by the Director of Athletics. 

Requests for Press Box and Photographers passes should 
be made the first of the week. Only working press will be 
admitted to the press section and only accredited photog- 
raphers and game personnel permitted on the sideline. 

For those traveling by air and desiring Limousine 
service, it is more convenient and less expensive to use 
Baltimore-Washington International, although Washing- 
ton National is only 45 minutes from campus. 

Weekly luncheons will be held with Coach Claiborne 
each Tuesday during the season. 

A play-by-play, halftime and final statistics, scoring 
summaries and brief post-game comments from the 
coaches will be provided the working press. 

For photographs and additional information address 
all requests to: 

Jack Zane 

Sports Information Director 

PO Box 295 

College Park, Maryland 20740 

SPORTS INFORMATION DIRECTOR 



Jack Zane 
OFFICE: 
HOME: 



(Maryland '60) 
(301) 864-4076 
(301) 322-3265 



PROMOTIONS DIRECTOR 

Russ Potts (Maryland '64) 
OFFICE: (301) 454-4687 
HOME: (301) 422-3204 



Jim Husbands (Wake Forest '73) 
OFFICE: (301) 454-5173 

HOME: (301) 937-3547 



FACTS ABOUT MARYLAND 



LETTERMEN ON '75 TERRAPINS (30) 



LOCATION College Park, 20740 

PRESIDENT Dr. Wilson H. Elkins 

CHANCELLOR Dr. Robert L. Gluckstern 

FOUNDED: 

1807 as College of Medicine of Maryland 
1812 changed name to University of Maryland 
1920 merged with Maryland Agricultural College 

ENROLLMENT: 

13,152 undergraduate men 
10,976 undergraduate women 
24,128 full-time undergraduates 

3,002 part-time undergraduates 

7,537 graduate students 
34,667 College Park students 

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR Jim Kehoe 

ASSISTANT AD Alfred J. Hanlon 

FACULTY CHAIRMAN- 
ATHLETIC COUNCIL Dr. John Faber 

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR— MARYLAND EDU- 
CATIONAL FOUNDATION ...Col Thomas M. Fields 

CONFERENCE Atlantic Coast 

EOOTBALL STADIUM Byrd (47,000) 

NICKNAME Terrapins (Terps) 

COLORS Red and White, Black and Gold 

TEAM PHYSICIAN Dr. Stanford A. Lavine 

TRAINER William "Spider" Fry 

ASSISTANT TRAINERS Jim Weir 

John J. Bush 

HEAD FOOTBALL COACH Jerry D. Claiborne 

OFFICE (301) 454-2125 

454-2128 



OFFENSE: 

SE — Richard Schmaltz (jr) 

QT — Tom Schick (sr), Marion Koprowski (sr) 

QG— Ed Fulton (jr) 

C — Eugene Ochap (jr) 

SG— John Nash (sr) 

ST — John Zernhelt (jr), Dave Conrad (jr) 

TE— Bob Raba (jr) 

QB — Mark Manges (soph) 

WB — John Schultz(sr), Kim Hoover(sr), Ken Roy(jr) 

FB — Tim Wilson (jr), Dan DeCarlo (sr) 

TB — Rick Jennings (sr), Jamie Franklin (sr) 

(NOTE) Hoover moved to Split End, 
Roy to Defensive Halfback 

DEFENSE: 

LE— Bill Evans (sr) 
LT— Ralph Fisher (jr) 
LG— Paul Divito (sr) 
RG — Ernie Salley (soph) 
RT — Joe Campbell (jr) 

RE — LeRoy Hughes (sr), George Shihda (sr) 
LLB — Kevin Benson (sr) 
RLB— Mike Miller (jr) 
LH— Jim Brechbiel (sr) 
RH — Mike Cielensky (sr), Joe Younge (sr) 
SF — Pete Zachary (sr) 
(NOTE) Shihda moved to Linebacker 



THE TERRAPINS 

Illustrated Book on Maryland Football, 1892-1974 

Features Glory Years of the '50s and 

Modern Comeback Programs of Jerry Claiborne 

Over a hundred historic photographs. 

Lists every football letterman at Maryland 

and first such list ever compiled 
by PAUL ATTNER— WASHINGTON POST 
Available from Maryland Athletic Department 
348 pages — Commemorative Binding $7.95 



MARYLAND'S BOWL RECORD 
Jan. 1, 1948 Gator — Maryland 20 Georgia 20 
Jan. 1, 1950 Gator — Maryland 20 Missouri 7 
i Jan. 1, 1952 Sugar — Maryland 28 Tennessee 13 
Jan. 1, 1954 Orange — Maryland Oklahoma 7 
Jan. 1, 1956 Orange — Maryland 6 Oklahoma 20 
Dec. 28, 1973 Peach — Maryland 16 Georgia 17 
Dec. 16, 1974 Liberty — Maryland 3 Tennessee 7 



1975 SCHEDULE 



DATE 

September 
6 
13 
20 
27 

October 
4 
11 
18 
25 

November 

1 

8 
15 
22 



OPPONENT 

Villanova 
Tennessee 
North Carolina 
Kentucky 

Syracuse 

North Carolina State 
Wake Forest 
OPEN DATE 

Penn State 
Cincinnati 
Clemson 
Virginia 



LOCATION TIME 

College Park, Md. 1:30 

Knoxville, Tenn. 7:30 

Chapel Hill, N.C. 1:30 

Lexington, Ky. 1:30 

College Park, Md. 1:30 

College Park, Md. 1:30 

Winston-Salem, N.C. 7:30 



College Park, Md. 1:30 

Cincinnati, Ohio 1:30 

Clemson, S.C. 1:00 

College Park, Md. 1:30 




1974 RESULTS 



DATE 

September 

14 

21 

28 

October 

5 
12 
19 
26 

November 

2 

9 
16 
23 

December 

16 



OPPONENT 



Alabama 

Florida 

North Carolina 



LOCATION 



College Park, Md. 
Tampa, Fla. 
College Park, Md. 



SCORE 



ATT. 



Lost 16-21 54,412 
Lost 10-17 41,140 
Won 24-12 17,800 



Syracuse Syracuse, N.Y. Won 

Clemson College Park, Md. Won 

Wake Forest College Park, Md. Won 

North Carolina State College Park, Md. Won 



31-0 19,130 
41-0 32,644 
47-0 31,136 
20-10 49,647 



Penn State 
Villanova 
Duke 
Virginia 

Tennessee 



University Park, Pa. 
College Park, Md. 
Norfolk, Va. 
Charlottesville, Va. 

LIBERTY BOWL 

Memphis, Tenn. 



Lost 17-24 60,125 

Won 41-0 42,331 

Won 56-13 24,000 

Won 10-0 22,100 



Lost 3-7 51,284 



SPECIAL DAYS 
AT BIRD STADIUM 

KID'S DAY 

Sept. 6 — Villanova 

HOMECOMING 

& 

BAND DAY 

Oct. 4 — Syracuse 

PATROL DAY 

& 

CHEERLEADER'S DAY 

Nov. 22 — Virginia 

TERRAPIN 
HEADQUARTERS 
ON THE ROAD 

VS Tennessee 
Sept. 13 
Knoxville, Tenn. 

Holiday Inn — Central 
Dale Ave. 
(615) 525-5371 

VS North Carolina 
Sept. 20 
Chapel Hill, N.C. 

Governors Inn 
Research Triangle Park 
(919) 549-8631 

VS Kentucky 
Sept. 27 
Lexington, Ky. 

Holiday Inn — North 
1-75 and Newton Pike 
(606) 233-0512 

VS Wake Forest 
Oct. 18 
Winston-Salem, N.C. 

Downtowner 
128 N. Cherry St. 
(919) 723-8861 

VS Cincinnati 
Nov. 8 
Cincinnati, Ohio 

Stouffer's Inn 
150 West Fifth St. 
(513) 721-8600 

VS Clemson 
Nov. 15 
Clemson, S.C. 

Holiday Inn — Clemson 
(803) 654-4450 



1975 OUTLOOK 



For the first time in the history of the Atlantic Coast 
Conference the Maryland Terrapins open the season as 
defending champions sporting a 10 game winning streak 
within the league. The Terps had shared the title with 
Duke twice, including the 1953 National Champions, but 
never had they reigned alone and never had they won 
10 in a row. 

The 1953-56 teams won 12 of 13 games but a tie with 
Wake Forest held the winning streak to nine. In winning 
13 of their last 14 league games the Terps have averaged 
over 30 points a game and held the opposition to eight. 
During the Ten game winning streak they have outscored 
league opponents 326-58 and recorded five shutouts with 
only a field goal in a sixth game. 

Defense of the title in '75 will come much harder as 
15 starters and both kicking specialists have departed. 
The kicking specialists were Steve Mike-Mayer, the na- 
tion's kick scoring leader, and Phil Waganheim, the 
nation's fifth ranked punter. In addition. 11 of the 
starters were drafted by NFL teams, nine received some 
sort of All-American recognition and six were All-ACC 
selections. 

However, Coach Jerry Claiborne has his program 
established at Maryland and there were 13 upcoming 
seniors in the starting lineup during spring practice along 
with two outstanding sophomore lettermen and 17 of the 
30 lettermen have earned letters at least twice. 

Starters returning (7) are all All-ACC candidates and 
include Jim Brechbiel, the "Big Play"' defensive back; 
John Schultz, the multi-talented wingback: Kevin Ben- 
son, a four-year starter at linebacker: Ralph Fisher, mov- 
ing over to take Randy White's spot with the ability to be 
outstanding there; Paul DiVito, a steady defensive guard, 
and LeRoy Hughes, a leader and superior end in Man- 
land's wide tackle six defense. 

The offensive backfield appears strong with a pair of 
outstanding quarterback candidates, two proven tailbacks, 
strength and running ability at fullback and the most 
solid performer on the team at wingback. 

Mark Manges, a superior athlete, served as the backup 
quarterback to Bob Avellini as a freshman and Larry 
Dick had an outstanding spring after picking up an extra 
years' experience as a red-shirt. Both excel at running 
the option and are fine sprint out passers. 

Tailback Rick Jennings has proven himself to be a 
fine runner while serving as the backup to Louis Carter 
for two years and Jamie Franklin had a superior spring 
after returning from a two-year layoff from football. Tim 
Wilson moved to fullback in the spring and demonstrated 
fine blocking to go along with his running and is backed 
up by Chuck Moss, a transfer from Syracuse and Dan 
DeCarlo, a letterman. 

All John Schultz does at wingback is run well, catch 
well, block well and score when he has the football in 
four down territory. Schultz handled the ball 51 times 
last fall, on 35 carries and 16 receptions and scored nine 
touchdowns. Eight came on plays from within the 10 
yard line. 

Bob Raba and Vince Kinney at tight end and Kim 
Hoover and Chuck White at split end provide excellent 
targets for Manges' and Dick's aerial game. 



The interior offensive line has yet to be tested with 
Eugene Ochap at center, backed up by Jack Sharkey; 
Ed Fulton, John Nash and Mike Yeates, the guard can- 
didates, and Lettermen Tom Schick, Marion Koprowski, 
Dave Conrad and John Zernhelt, the top tackles. Nash 
was a starter last year. 

Defensively the Terps have five starters returning with 
Brechbiel the star of the group. He has two years' ex- 
perience as a starter, has nine pass interceptions to his 
credit with one touchdown, has blocked two punts 
through the end zone for safeties, blocked three field 
goal attempts and an extra point attempt and can return 
punts, literally earning his reputation as a 'big play" man. 

The other halfback spot in the secondary has lettermen 
Mike Cielensky and Joe Younge along with Ken Roy 
who moved from wingback. Roy, another talented per- 
former, had a fine spring, making the adjustment from 
offense and has talent and desire. Pete Zachary is a 
letterman safety, playing behind the ACC's best in Bob 
Smith, and was backed up in the spring by Jonathan 
Claiborne. 

Linebackers Harry Walters and Jim Santa both joined 
the pros and Steve Zannoni also graduated leaving Ben- 
son and Mike Miller as the lettermen returning. Benson 
returns as a three year starter and following a knee op- 
eration, if fully recovered, will be a four year starter. 
George Shihda moved over from defensive end in the 
spring and won the other starting role backed up by 
Miller. Sophomores Bradd Carr and Keith Calta should 
work in giving Coach John Devlin five solid performers 
to work with, at the vital position in the wide tackle 
six defense. 

The Maryland defensive ends are not down linemen 
and have considerable pass defense duties as well as usual 
line chores. Hughes thrives at the position and had 
nine minus yardage plays last year including three quar- 
terback sacks and accounted for 44 minus yards. He was 
in on 65 tackles. Bill Evans is a letterman on the other 
side but was challenged in the spring by Chip Garber 
for the starting role. 

The tackles are again solid with Fisher moving in for 
White at left tackle and with Joe Campbell, a letterman, 
and Russ LaHayne the Terps have three solid players. 

DiVito and Ernie Salley are both lettermen with Salley 
earning his letter as a freshman last year. They are 
backed up by Bob Schwartz, Ted Klaube and Larry 
Seder, all sophomores. 

Mike Sochko, a defensive end candidate, was so im- 
pressive kicking in the spring that he is now a kicking 
specialist and should be a good one. He consistently 
kicked off into the end zone in the spring, has 40 plus 
range on field goals and averaged over 42 yards punting 
in the spring game. He will get considerable work in 
the early fall and should be a capable replacement for 
both Mike-Mayer and Waganheim. 

Claiborne has said in the past that freshmen have the 
best chance of playing at the skill positions or on the 
specialty teams. Six freshmen were on the 1974 Liberty 
Bowl team, two lettered and with another fine recruiting 
year, several should make the squad in '75 but that 
remains to be seen. 



1975 SIGNEES 



NAME 


POSITION 


HGT 


WGT 


HIGH SCHOOL 


HOME TOWN 


Steve Atkins 


RB 


6-1 


225 


Spotsylvania 


Spotslyvania, VA 


Tom Burgess 


TE 


6-6 


220 


Bishop McNamara 


Forestville, MD 


Steve Cianciulli 


DT 


6-2 


238 


Monsignor Farrell 


Staten Island, NY 


Pete Dempsey 


DB 


6-2 


185 


Pennsauken 


Pennsauken, NJ 


Mickey Dudish 


TB 


6-0 


195 


Meyers 


Wilkes-Barre, PA 


Gary Ellis 


SF-WR 


6-2 


183 


State College Area 


State College, PA 


Paul Glamp 


T 


6-3 


218 


North Harford 


Street, MD 


Pete Glamp 


OB 


6-1 


192 


North Harford 


Street, MD 


Jim Hutson 


T 


6-8 


265 


Edgewood 


Edgewood, MD 


Rene Ibanez 


T 


6-1 


240 


Memorial 


West New York, NJ 


Charlie Johnson 


T 


6-2 


240 


Southwestern 


Baltimore, MD 


Steve Kalodner 


TE-DT 


6-4 


248 


Interboro 


Lester, PA 


Phil Livingston 


OT 


6-7 


265 


Gaithersburg 


Gaithersburg, MD 


Ed Loncar 


KS 


6-0 


175 


East Hampton 


Montauk, NY 


Mike Manning 


DL 


6-4 


245 


Montgomery JC 


Riverdale, MD 


Alvin "Preacher" Maddox 


RB 


5-10 


188 


Robert E. Lee 


Staunton, VA 


Joe Muffler 


DB 


6-0 


180 


Father Judge 


Philadelphia, PA 


Scott Murphy 


TE-DE 


6-4 


220 


Dover High 


Dover, Ohio 


Bill MacDonald 


RB-LB 


6-1 


200 


Clarkstown South 


New City, NY 


Mike Narcise 


RB 


5-11 


182 


Cardinal O'Hare 


Philadelphia, PA 


David Odell 


FB 


6-3 


212 


Carmel 


Carmel, NY 


Neal Olkewicz 


LB 


6-1 


205 


Phoenixville 


Spring City, PA 


Bruce Palmer 


DL 


6-2 


245 


William Byrd-Fork Union 


Roanoke, VA 


Andy Reid 


HB 


5-11 


170 


Smithsburg 


Smithsburg, MD 


Dean Richards 


SF-TB 


5-11 


178 


Dover High 


Dover, Ohio 


Blaise Stevens 


G 


6-3 


230 


Cathedral-Milford Acad. 


Milford, Conn. 


Bobby Thompson 


LB 


6-1 


200 


Stafford 


Fredericksburg, VA 


Kervin Wyatt 


LB 


6-2 


240 


Potomac 


Hillcrest Heights, MD 


Chris Ward 


QB 


6-1 


175 


Red Bank Regional 


Red Bank, NJ 



MARYLAND ALL-STARS 







Andy Reid 



Peter Glamp 



Paul Glamp 



Kervin Wyatt 




Phil Livingston 





Tom Burgess Charlie Johnson 

5 




Jim Hutson 



LOCAL TELEVISION & RADIO COVERAGE 




b*"» — --j**"*— 

Brechbiel scores 
for defense 



Brechbiel Blocks Punt 



TELEVISION 



WMAL-TV 
WJZ-TV 
WDCA-TV 
WBFF-TV 



(Channel 7) 
(Channel 13) 
(Channel 20) 
(Channel 45) 



Washington, D.C. 
Baltimore, Md. 
Washington, D.C. 
Baltimore, Md. 



Villanova Sept. 6 10:30 p.m. WDCA-WBFF 

No. Carolina Sept. 20 10:30 p.m. WBFF 







11:00 p.m. 


WMAL 


Kentucky 


Sept. 27 


1:30 p.m. 


WMAL-WJZ (live) 
ABC Regional Game 


Syracuse 


Oct. 4 


10:30 p.m. 


WBFF 






11:00 p.m. 


WMAL 


N.C. State 


Oct. 11 


10:30 p.m. 


WDCA-WBFF 


Penn State 


Nov. 1 


10:30 p.m. 








11:00 p.m. 


WMAL 



The Jerry Claiborne Show will be seen Sundays at 12:30 
p.m. on WMAL-TV in Washington and at 3:00 p.m. on 
WBFF-TV in Baltimore. 




Schultz turns 
Alabama corner 



Hughes zeroes in 
on UNCQB 



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WDMV — 
WCBM — 
WFMD — 
WBOC — 

WAMD — 
WMSG — 
WCUM — 
WCEM — 
WASA — 

WKIK — 

WNAV — 

WTHU — 
WEMD — 
WTTR — 
WARK — 

WVOB — 

WCTR — 

WSMD — 
WETT — 

WMSG-FM — 
WMJS-FM — 
WNAV-FM — 
WFRE-FM — 
WTTR-FM — 
WCUM-FM — 
WBOC-FM — 
WCEM-FM — 

WCST — 

WKLP — 

WCST-FM — 

WKLP-FM — 

WHPL — 

WRGM — 
WEFG-FM — 

WHVR — 
WGET — 
WCBG — 

WCHM-FM — 

WNRK — 
WRHI — 



ORIGINATING STATION 

630 Washington, D.C. 

MARYLAND 

540 Pocomoke City 

680 Baltimore 

930 Frederick 

960 Salisbury 

970 Aberdeen 

1050 Oakland 

1230 Cumberland 

1240 Cambridge 

1330 Havre De Grace 

1370 Leonardtown 

1430 Annapolis 

1450 Thurmont 

1460 Easton 

1470 Westminster 

1490 Hagerstown 

1520 Bel Air 

1530 Chestertown 

1560 La Plata 

1590 Ocean City 

92.1 Oakland 

92.7 Prince Frederick 

99.1 Annapolis 

99.9 Frederick 

100.7 Westminster 

102.9 Cumberland 

104.7 Salisbury 

106.3 Cambridge 



WEST VIRGINIA 
1010 Berkeley Springs 
1390 Keyser 
93.5 Berkeley Springs 
84.1 Keyser 



610 
1540 
1-2.5 



VIRGINIA 
Winchester 
Richmond 
Winchester 



PENNSYLVANIA 
1280 Hanover 
1320 Gettysburg 
1590 Chambersburg 
95.1 Chambersburg 

DELAWARE 
1260 Newark 

SOUTH CAROLINA 
1340 Rock Hill 



DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS 





JIM KEHOE 



Jim Kehoe's University of Mary- 
land athletic program continues to 
improve with each year. The Terps 
have increased their winning per- 
centage each year since the former 
Track Coach took over the program 
on July 1, 1969, and this past season 
seven of the 21 varsity sports he ad- 
ministers ranked among the top 20 
in the nation. 

The Terps also captured the Carmichael Cup, symbolic 
of overall supremacy in the Atlantic Coast Conference 
in Men's sports, for the second consecutive year and 
ninth time in the 14 years it has been presented. 

In overall, head-to-head competition the Terrapins won 
209 of 298 intercollegiate athletic contests during the 
1974-75 season with the 13 men's teams recording a 123- 
41-5 record and the eight Women's sports compiling an 
86-39-4 record. 

His six years as Terrapin AD have been exciting, to 
say the least. The Terps have become National Powers 
in basketball, football and lacrosse completing the past 
season as National Champions in Lacrosse, ranked fifth 
in basketball and thirteenth in football. 

It was Kehoe who lured Coach Lefty Driesell to Mary- 
land to become the Terp basketball coach and then ob- 
tained the services of Jerry Claiborne to guide the Terra- 
pin football fortunes. He also brought Bud Beardmore 
back to Maryland to take charge of the lacrosse program. 

The combined record of basketball, football and la- 
crosse in 1968-69, the year prior to Kehoe's taking over, 
was 17-30. The past two years the same three sports 
recorded a cumulative 39-11 and 41-11 record with 
national rankings in all three. 

In addition Kehoe is directing one of the few athletic 
programs in the nation that is not operating at a deficit 
yet continuous improvement in the physical facilities and 
caliber of the teams is evident. 

He lured his former track teammate, Col. Tom Fields, 
into retirement from the Marine Corps to direct the 
Maryland Educational Foundation and instituted a drive 
to revamp the image of Maryland athletics. This past 
year the Maryland Educational Foundation contributed 
$531,000 for the support of the Maryland athletic schol- 
arship program. 

The athletic image has benefited not only from winning 
but from one of the finest radio and television networks 
in the nation. Nearly a million fans watched the Terps 
in person last year and many more benefited from na- 
tional telecasts in both football and basketball. In addi- 



tion some 40 stations carry the football and basketball 
games as compared to only one station in 1969. 

During his tenure as AD the Terps have twice won 
the NCAA Championship in Lacrosse and twice finished 
as the runner-up for the National title, won the Na- 
tional Invitational Basketball Tournament, gained the 
finals of the NCAA Eastern and Midwestern Regional 
basketball tournaments and the football team has been 
to consecutive Bowl games. 

Within the ACC the Terps have won 26 of 74 Cham- 
pionships under Kehoe's direction as compared to 15 
for runner-up North Carolina. Maryland has now cap- 
tured 121 titles since the ACC was formed in 1953, more 
than double the 56 by North Carolina to rank second. 

As Maryland Track Coach Kehoe saw his teams cap- 
ture the ACC Indoor and Outdoor Championships in all 
but one year of the ACC's existence. He won the first and 
last 14 in both and in addition captured eight Cross 
Country titles including his last six as a coach. 

After taking over as Track and Cross Country Coach 
in 1946 his teams won a total of 48 Southern and ACC 
team titles. In dual meet competition his teams were un- 
defeated for his last nine years and the track team had a 
winning streak of 27 straight victories and the cross coun- 
try team 29 at his retirement. 

Maryland won the IC4A track titles in 1965-1966 and 
1969 to claim Eastern track supremacy. 

Perhaps his greater moment as a coach was reserved 
for his final season as track coach. In his final meet, by 
the margin of a single point, Maryland defeated heavily 
favored Villanova for the IC4A outdoor championship. 
Kehoe declared this his "greatest track victory" during 
his career as a coach. 

A native of Bel Air, Maryland, where he starred in 
several sports, Kehoe entered Maryland in 1936 and con- 
centrated on track and cross country. He lettered in all 
three of his varsity seasons, was undefeated in dual meet 
competition and won several Southern Conference titles 
in indoor and outdoor competition. He also established 
indoor and outdoor records in the 880 yard and two mile 
runs. 

While a student at Maryland he was president of the 
Men's League, and a member of Omicron Delta Kappa 
National Honorary Fraternity. 

In addition to coaching at Maryland he served as an 
Associate Professor of Physical Education and Director 
of Intramural Athletics. He holds an Honorary Doctor's 
degree from Steed College in Tennessee. 

During World War II he served as an officer with the 
81st Infantry Division in the Pacific, rising from the rank 
of private to Lieutenant Colonel upon retirement. He 
participated in the Philippine Islands and Central Pa- 
cific Campaigns and was awarded the Bronze Star, Ameri- 
can Service Medal, Asiatic Pacific Medal, Victory Medal 
and Philippine Liberation Medal. 

Kehoe is married to the former Barbara Riggs England, 
a 1943 Maryland graduate. The Kehoes have four chil- 
dren: daughters Courtney Ann, Barbara Sue and Mary 
Lou and a son Jim. Courtney Ann and Jim are graduates 
of the University. 



CW CUM IB0TO 

Hleadl F©<Q)ttlbaDD Ceaclh 




THE SPORTING NEWS has joined with University 
of Maryland fans in honoring Jerry Claiborne for his 
performance as the Head Coach of the Terrapins. Clai- 
borne was named the "National Coach of the Year" by 
THE SPORTING NEWS in 1974 after leading the 
Terrapins to two consecutive Bowls and developing the 
Nation's "Outstanding Lineman" in Randy White. 

When Claiborne arrived at College Park the Terrapins 
had recorded a 25-66 record during the previous nine 
years. In three years he has his program established and 
has a record of 21-11-1, has two bowl trips, has been 
named the Atlantic Coast Conference "Coach of the Year"' 
(1973) and received attention as National Coach of the 
Year the past two years. 

When Claiborne first met the press in Cole Field 
House he listed several goals. Foremost was a winning 
season and then the ACC Championship. National recog- 
nition with an ultimate Bowl trip was the other goal 
mentioned. In just three years all of the goals have been 
achieved along with the establishment of a winning atti- 
tude among both the players and fans. 

In his first year the Terps achieved their first non-losing 
season in eight years with a 5-5-1 record and then fol- 
lowed that with an 8-3 season and trip to the Peach 
Bowl. A berth in the top 20 also resulted and only a 
missed field goal prevented the Terps' first outright ACC 
title. The ACC sportswriters recognized the significance 
of the feat by naming Claiborne the league's "Coach of 
the Year" the first Maryland Coach to receive the honor 
since the late Jim Tatum in 1955. He was ultimately 
named District II "Coach of the Year" by the American 
Football Coaches Association and was one of the top 
four in their National balloting. He was runner-up for 
National Coach of the Year hmors in the United Press 
poll. 

His 1973 team was the first winning team in College 
Park since 1962 and only the undefeated 10-0 team of 
1955 surpassed the 1973 record during the 19 year period. 

The 1974 team, despite a tougher schedule, matched 
the 8-3 record, visited the Liberty Bowl and moved up 
in the National rankings finishing the season in thirteenth 
place. 

The 1974 team also captured the first outright ACC 
championship for the Terps as the 1953 National Cham- 
pions and 1955 team shared the title with Duke. His 
ability to motivate and develop football players is not 
only proven by the won-lost record but is recognized by 
the news-media and professional scouts as well. A total 
of nine players on the 1974 team were accorded some 
sort of Ail-American recognition, 11 were drafted by the 
NFL, two more signed with the NFL as free agents, one 




went to Canada as a free agent and two others joined 
the WFL. 

In addition Randy White, a defensive lineman and 
ACC "Player of the Year" captured the Outland Trophy 
as the best interior lineman in the country, the Lombardi 
Trophy as the best overall lineman and UPI honors as 
lineman of the year. White is a perfect example of Clai- 
borne's ability to develop youngsters, as the Terps premier 
lineman arrived at College Park as a 212 pound fullback 
who bench pressed 260 pounds and ran a 4.9 for the 40. 
He left Maryland as a 250 pounder, bench pressed 460 
pounds and ran a 4.6 for the 40. 

When Claiborne arrived he also greeted a future All- 
American in Paul Vellano who weighed 285 pounds. 
The next fall Vellano played at 240 pounds after re- 
porting in at a trim 232 and as a senior played at 252 
pounds and was named to the Coaches All-American 
team. 

The ACC sportswriters have voted 12 Maryland players 
to the All-League team in Claiborne's three years and 
only 12 were named during the previous 12 years. 

The Terps were last in the ACC in defense when 
Claiborne took over but have led the league in the all- 
important defensive statistics ever since. While winning 
their last 10 ACC games the Terps have outscored league 
opponents 326-58 and recorded five shutouts. In winning 
13 of their last 14 league games the Terps have also 
averaged over 30 points a game while holding the oppo- 
sition to eight. 

The Terps established a Byrd Stadium record with 
the 54,412 in attendance at the 1974 opener and the 




second largest crowd with the 49,647 at the N.C. State 
game. In each of the last two years Claiborne has lured 
more fans to Byrd Stadium than had ever visited there 
in the past and in 1974 averaged 37,995 for six games 
in the stadium that has 35,000 permanent seats. The 
capacity for all games in 1975 will be 47,000 with addi- 
tional seats added when needed. 

This past summer Claiborne conducted clinics in 
Europe, Ramstein, Germany and Alconbury, England, 
for the USAF, participated in the NCAA College Foot- 
ball Press Day in San Francisco, and participated in 
numerous clinics including appearances in Alabama, 
Kentucky, and Tennessee. 

His 1974 Terps were ranked ninth in the nation in 
total offense averaging 407.6 yards a game, twelfth in 
passing and thirteenth in scoring while the defense was 
sixth holding opponents to 8.8 points a game, fourth 
in punting and thirteenth in rushing defense. His field 
goal kicker, Steve Mike-Mayer, led the nation in kick 
scoring, his punter Phil Waganheim was fifth in the 
nation with a 42.2 average. 

Six of his 1974 players were selected to play in All- 
Star games with Louis Carter participating in three games 
and winning the Most Valuable Player honors in the 
Coaches All-American game in Lubbock, Texas. Randy 
White was also selected for three and starred in the East 
West Shrine game blocking a punt for a touchdown while 
Stan Rogers also had a fine game in Lubbock. Bob 
Avellini had a fine Senior Bowl game and Steve Mike- 
Mayer was selected for the Senior Bowl and Chicago 
All-Star game. Randy and Walter White, Carter and 
Mike-Mayer were all selected for the Chicago All-Star 
game. Walter White was forced to pass up the Lubbock 
game with a shoulder injury suffered in the Pittsburgh 
Steelers Rookie camp. 

His players have captured the ACCs Brian Piccolo 
award the past two years with Al Neville winning the 
award in 1973 and Dave Visaggio in 1974. His Defensive 
Safety Bob Smith also became the first Terp to ever make 
the All-ACC first team three times. 



Success and Jerry Claiborne are synonymous in Aca- 
demics and Athletics, first as an outstanding student- 
athlete at the University of Kentucky, as the Head Foot- 
ball Coach at Virginia Polytechnical Institute and now 
at the University of Maryland. 

He was named the "Outstanding Senior" on the Uni- 
versity of Kentucky's 1949 team that went on to the 
Orange Bowl, while playing as a defensive back for Paul 
Bryant. He went on to become a superior assistant while 
serving with Coach Bryant at Kentucky, Texas A & M, 
and Alabama. He has also served with Frank Broyles at 
Missouri and Eddie Crowder at Colorado. 

He was born in Hopkinsville, Kentucky, where he had 
outstanding athletic and academic careers in high school 
and continued the same at the State University. During 
his senior year at Kentucky, the defensive secondary, of 
which he was a member, established and still holds the 
NCAA record for pass interception returns. 

In addition he was held in high esteem academically, 
elected into several honorary leadership-scholarship or- 
ganizations including Lamp and Cross and Omicron 
Delta Kappa. He was also selected as the "Outstanding 
Senior" in the College of Education and graduated from 
Kentucky with High Distinction, accumulating a 2.7 out 
of a possible 3.0 grade point average. In 1968 he was 
elected to the University of Kentucky Hall of Fame. 

Claiborne began his coaching career at Augusta Mili- 
tary Academy as Head Football Coach and Basketball 
Mentor. The first year his Basketball team won the State 
Prep Championship and the second year his Football 
team won the State title. 

After two years at the Academy he returned to his 
Alma Mater as assistant coach with Paul Bryant. After 
two seasons Coach Bryant moved to Texas A&M and 




with him went Coach Claiborne as defensive coordinator. 
In two short years Teaxas A&M was the Southwestern 
Conference Champions and Coach Claiborne's defense 
led the league. 

He is no newcomer to building winning football pro- 
grams. In 1963, his third year at Virginia Tech, he was 
named Southern Conference "Coach of the Year" after 
leading the Gobblers to an 8-2 record. In 1966 he led 
Virginia Tech to the Liberty Bowl and was named the 
District III "Coach of the Year". In 1968 he again re- 
turned to the Liberty Bowl with the Gobblers. 

In 13 years as a head coach he has won 61 percent 
of his games, ranking twenty-third among the Winningest 
Active Major-College Coaches in the Nation. He has 
been honored with coaching duties in the Blue-Gray and 
Coaches Ail-American game and will join the East-West 
Shrine staff in 1975. 

His program at Virginia Tech produced four All- 
Americans while in three years at Maryland he has pro- 
duced Four First Team All-American selections and had 
a dozen honorable mention selections. 

Coach Claiborne is an active member of the Fellow- 
ship of Christian Athletes and has served as a Deacon in 
the Baptist Church. While in Virginia he served as State 
Chairman of the Cancer Crusade and since moving to 
Maryland has served as Chairman of the Prince George's 
County Cancer Crusade. The Virginia campaign raised 
over $1,000,000 for the first time in the history of the 
state with Claiborne as Chairman. 

Mrs. Claiborne, the former Faye Hooks, of Hopkins- 
ville, is also a University of Kentucky graduate. The 
Claibornes have two sons and two daughters: David 22, 
Jonathan 18, Katie 16 and Eileen 12. Coach Claiborne 
is 45. Jonathan is a defensive safety on the Maryland 
football team playing on the second unit this past spring. 





THE COACHING RECORD 

Equaled longest coaching tenure, 10 years, in history 
of Virginia Tech football. Most wins 61 by a Virginia 
Tech Coach. Won 61 percent of his games ranking 
among the top 25 active coaches in the Nation. Had 
four Bowl teams. 



1961 
1962 
1963 
1964 
1965 
1966 
1967 
1968 
1969 
1970 
TOTAL 



4- 5-0 

5- 5-0 
8- 2-0 

6- 4-0 

7- 3-0 

8- 2-1 
7- 3-0 
7- 4-0 

4- 5-1 

5- 6-0 
61-39-2 



VIRGINIA TECH 



(SC Coach of Year) 



(District III & SC Coach of Year) 



MARYLAND 



1972 5- 5-1 

1973 8- 4-0 

1974 8- 4-0 
TOTAL 21-13-1 

OVERALL RECORD: 82-52-3 



( ACC & District III Coach of Year) 
(TSN National Coach of Year) 



BOWL RECORD 



1966 
1968 
1973 
1974 



Liberty Bowl 
Liberty Bowl 
Peach Bowl 
Liberty Bowl 



7 
17 
16 

3 



Miami 

Mississippi 

Georgia 

Tennessee 



14 
34 
17 

7 



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HONORS ACCORDED TERRAPINS IN 1974 



Atlantic Coast Conference Champions 
Selected to the Liberty Bowl 
Ranked thirteenth in Nation 

NATIONAL COACH OF THE YEAR 

Jerry Claiborne by The Sporting News 
OUTLAND TROPHY 

Randy White — Defensive Tackle 
LOMBARDI TROPHY 

Randy White — Defensive Tackle 
ACC PLAYER OF THE YEAR 

Randy White — Defensive Tackle 
UPI LINEMAN OF THE YEAR 

Randy White — Defensive Tackle 
AMATEUR ATHLETE OF YEAR 

Randy White by Philadelphia Sportswriters 
BRIAN PICCOLO AWARD 

Dave Visaggio — Defensive Guard 
MVP— LIBERTY BOWL 
Randy White — Defensive Tackle 
MVP— COACHES ALL-AMERICAN GAME 

Louis Carter — Tailback 
MVP— OYSTER BOWL 
Bob Avellini — Quarterback 

ALL-AMERICANS 

FIRST TEAM 

Randy White — Unanimous 

Steve Mike -Mayer — Sporting News, Time Magazine 

SECOND TEAM 

Louis Carter — Football News 

HONORABLE MENTION 

Bob Avellini Bob Smith 

Walter White Harry Walters 

Louis Carter Frank Russell 

Stan Rogers 

ALL-ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE 



FIRST TEAM 

Bob Smith (third time) 
Randy White (second time) 
Louis Carter (second time) 



Harry Walters 
Steve Mike-Mayer 
Stan Rogers 



ALL-STAR GAMES 

CHICAGO ALL-STAR GAME 

Randy White 
Louis Carter 
Steve Mike-Mayer 
Walter White 

COACHES ALL-AMERICAN GAME 
Louis Carter — MVP 
Stan Rogers 
Walter White (injured DNP) 



EAST-WEST SHRINE GAME 

Randy White 

SENIOR BOWL 

Bob Avellini 
Steve Mike-Mayer 

ALL-AMERICAN GAME— TAMPA 

Louis Carter 

OUTSTANDING AWARDS IN PAST 

HEISMAN AWARD 
(Outstanding College Football Player) 
1952 Jack Scarbath — Runner-up 

OUTLAND TROPHY ("Lineman of the Year") 

1952 Dick Modzelewski 

WALTER CAMP MEMORIAL TROPHY 

("Player of the Year") 

1955 Bob Pellegrini 

OUTSTANDING PLAYER 
COLLEGE ALL-STAR GAME 

1956 Bob Pellegrini 

MOST VALUABLE PLAYER— BLUE-GRAY GAME 
1971 Guy Roberts 

OUTSTANDING OFFENSIVE PLAYER 
PEACH BOWL 
1973 Louis Carter 

LINEMAN OF THE YEAR— UNITED PRESS 
1955 Bob Pellegrini 

JACOB'S BLOCKING TROPHY 

1955 Bob Pellegrini 1969 Ralph Sonntag 

ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE 
PLAYER OF YEAR 

1953 Bernie Faloney 1955 Bob Pellegrini 

COACH OF YEAR 

1953 Jim Tatum 1973 Jerry Claiborne 

1955 Jim Tatum 




1953 National Championship Trophy 



THE 1975 MARYLAND FOOTBALL STAFF 




HEAD COACH 

Jerry D. Claiborne 

(Kentucky '50) 




THE ASSISTANTS 



Dick Redding 

(Springfield '40) 
Junior Varsity 








John Devlin 

(West Chester '59) 
Linebackers 



Jerry Eisoman 

(Kentucky '60) 
Quarterbacks 



George Foussekis 

(Virginia Tech '68) 
Def. Guards 



Joe Krivak 

(Syracuse '57) 
Receivers 



Thomas Groom 

(Virginia Tech '67) 
Off. Setbacks 








John Hollum 


Gorhard Lane 


Thomas Park 


Gib Romalne 


(Newberry '61) 


(Randolph-Macon '69) 


(West Chester '69) 


(E. Stroudsburg '66) 


Off. Line 


Def. Ends 


Recruiting 


Def. Line 



Terry Sfrock 

(Virginia Tech '62) 
Def. Secondary 



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THE ASSISTANT COACHES 



John Devlin (West Chester '59) 
Linebackers 

Coach Devlin works with the group that Coach Clai- 
borne has often mentioned as the key to the success of the 
wide tackle six defense. The linebackers are especially 
important to this defensive alignment and in '74 Harry 
Walters led the team in tackles with 173. Walters was 
an All-ACC selection and HM Ail-American and is now 
playing in the Canadian League. 

Devlin joined the Terps in 1973, replacing Bobby Ross 
who assumed the head coaching duties at The Citadel. 

He is quite familiar with the Terrapins' defensive align- 
ment, having served with Coach Claiborne at Virginia 
Tech from 1966 through 1970 in the same capacity. 

He served as the defensive line coach at Florida State 
for two years before rejoining Coach Claiborne at Mary- 
land. 

The native of Norristown, Pennsylvania began his foot- 
ball career at St. Matthews High in nearby Conshohocken 
and went on to West Chester State College. 

While at West Chester he achieved all-conference 
honors as a tackle and was also the weight man on the 
track team. His 1958 team at West Chester was called 
the best ever coached by Glenn Killinger, the Rams' coach 
for 25 years. 

Devlin began his coaching career at Waynesboro high 
and then coached the Fourth Army team while serving 
in Germany. He joined Paul Dietzel at West Point for 
three years before moving to Virginia Tech with Coach 
Claiborne. 

He was born in Norristown on April 12, 1937. While 
in Germany he married the former Irma Kleemann 
of Regensburg, Germany. They have four children, 
John III 13, Elizabeth 12, William 9 and Michael 6. 

Jerry Eisaman (Kentucky '60) 
Quarterbacks 

Coach Eisaman's Quarterbacks have directed the Mary- 
land offense in record setting fashion the past two years 
as only the 1951 Sugar Bowl team ever scored more 
points. The Terps scored over 300 points in each season, 
and the '74 offense ranked ninth in the nation overall 
and twelfth in passing. Bob Avellini, now with the 
Chicago Bears, was the second most prolific passer in 
Maryland history and only injuries prevented him from 
surpassing all of Dick Shiner's records. 

Eisaman has perhaps his best quarterback combination 
yet in Mark Manges and Larry Dick. Manges excelled 
as a freshman backing up Avellini and Dick was red- 
shirted last fall and had a super spring practice. 

The offense averaged 407.6 yards a game last fall and 
the quarterbacks personally accounted for 1 1 touchdowns. 

While at Kentucky Eisaman was recognized as the 
All-SEC Sophomore quarterback and was elected Co- 
Captain his senior year. He also played in the Blue-Gray 
game. 

Academically, he received the Sam Huey Award for 
the highest scholastic standing among the members of the 
football team for four years, and was a member of 
the Scabbard and Blade Honorary Society. 



While an officer in the Army he coached the First 
Cavalry Division to the Far East Championship and also 
coached the Fort Knox Tankers. From there he spent 
three years at Seneca high in Louisville, Kentucky before 
joining Coach Claiborne at Virginia Tech in 1966 where 
he coached the offensive backs for three years. 

He served as the offensive coordinator at the University 
of Cincinnati for three years before rejoining Claiborne 
at Maryland. 

Coach Eisaman is a 38 year old bachelor. 

George Foussekis (Virginia Tech '68) 
Defensive Guards 

Coach Foussekis achieved All-American recognition 
for three years while playing for Coach Claiborne at 
Virginia Tech and has developed an All-American at 
Maryland in Paul Vellano, a first team selection by the 
American Football Coaches Association in 1973. 

Foussekis coaches with the same fervor that made him 
an All-American on the playing field and is just as suc- 
cessful. He has been especially effective recruiting in 
his native state of Virginia. His recruits include Walter 
White the tight end from Charlottesville now with the 
Pittsburgh Steelers and Ralph Fisher of Radford now 
replacing Randy White at defensive tackle. 

Dave Visaggio, one of Foussekis' guards won the ACC's 
Brian Piccolo Award in '74 and Ernie Salley won his 
first varsity letter as a freshman in '74. 

His guards contributed 14 quarterback sacks last year 
and 37 plays in which the opposition was held to no 
gain or minus yards. 

Foussekis was a member of the Gobblers' 1966 Liberty 
Bowl team and signed with the Denver Broncos in 1968. 
He returned to Virginia Tech with Coach Claiborne in 
1969 and worked with the defensive line there for two 
years. 

In 1971 he served as the defensive coordinator at 
William & Mary and rejoined Coach Claiborne when he 
assumed the head coaching duties at Maryland. 

Foussekis is a graduate of Lane High in Charlottes- 
ville, Virginia where he captained the football, basket- 
ball and baseball teams. He was named the Most Val- 
uable Player in all three sports. His 1963 football team 
at Lane High won the state championship and he was 
named first team All-State. 

The 29 year old bachelor was born on April 28, 1946. 

Thomas Groom (Virginia Tech '67) 
Offensive Setbacks 

Coach Groom's setbacks gained 2,025 yards rushing 
in '74 and scored 22 touchdowns running with the foot- 
ball. Terp opponents scored only 13 touchdowns as a 
team with two of those coming on defense, and rushed 
for only 1,471 yards. 

In Louis Carter he developed the Terps' All-Time 
ground gainer and touchdown producer. Carter was a 
second team All-American selection by the Football News 
and the Most Valuable Player in the Coaches All-Ameri- 



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can Game in Lubbock, Texas. Carter has joined the 
Oakland Raiders and Fullback Alan Bloomingdale moved 
on to the New England Patriots. 

Groom played his collegiate football for Jerry Clai- 
borne at Virginia Tech where he was a three year letter- 
man and as fullback captained the 1966 Liberty Bowl 
team. He also captained the undefeated 1963 State 
Championship team at Charleston Catholic in Charleston, 
West Virgina. 

Following graduation from Tech he remained as a 
graduate assistant until entering the Army as a Com- 
missioned 2nd Lt. He served as an assistant coach at the 
USMA Prep School, Fort Belvoir, Virginia in 1968 and 
in 1969 transferred to West Point as an assistant coach 
under Tom Cahill. 

In 1971 he served as a graduate assistant under Head 
Coach Eddie Crowder at Colorado. He moved with 
Coach Claiborne to Maryland. 

Coach Groom is married to the former Sharon Dalton 
and they have two children, Thomas 9 and Gina 6. 

John "Jake" Hallum (Newberry '61) 
Offensive Line 

Coach Hallum has only one starter from the offensive 
line that enabled the Terps to score over 300 points in 
each of the past two seasons. He helped develop one of 
the best offensive linemen to play for the Terps in Tackle 
Stan Rogers now with the Denver Broncos. Rogers had 
an outstanding game in the Coaches All-American game 
in Lubbock and was Maryland's first Offensive Lineman 
to achieve All-ACC honors since Ralph Sonntag in 1969. 

John Nash is the only starter back in the line but with 
Coach Hallum working them on the weights the Terps 
have the strength and ability to carry them as they gain 
the needed experience. Tom Schick, John Zernhelt, 
Marion Koprowski and Dave Conrad are all tackle can- 
didates with Ed Fulton and Mike Yeates joining Nash 
at guard. With Eugene Ochap and Jack Sharkey at 
center Hallum has nine top candidates, averaging 234 
pounds and standing 6-foot-l on the average. Koprowski 
is the smallest at 5-11 and 219 pounds with Dave Conrad 
6-4 and 250 pounds the largest. 

Hallum played four years of collegiate football at 
Newberry, receiving his B.S. degree in 1960. He received 
his Master's from Murray State in 1965. 

He began his coaching career at Pickins High in South 
Carolina as assistant coach in football and basketball and 
head baseball coach. In 1962 he moved to Hopkinsville 
High in Kentucky again as an assistant in football and 
basketball and head basketball coach. 

He then moved to Paul G. Blazer high in 1966 as head 
football and track coach, recording a three year record of 
20-6-0 in football. His 1966 football team captured the 
District Championship and in 1967 won the State Cham- 
pionship. His track team placed third in the state in 1967. 

Coach Hallum was named the "Outstanding Young 
Man" for the Ashland and Boyd County area in 1967, 
the Lexington-Herald "Coach of the Year" in 1967 and 
the Kentucky High School Athletic Association "Coach 
of the Year". 

In February of 1968 he moved to Morehead State Uni- 
versity as assistant football coach and in April was named 
the head football coach and assistant professor. He served 



in his capacity until moving to Maryland to join Coach 
Claiborne. He left Morehead with a winning program 
and a 7-3 record in 1971. 

He was born in Liberty, South Carolina on Novem- 
ber 2, 1938. His wife Mable is a native of Greenwood, 
South Carolina. They have two sons, Tod Jacob 11 and 
Bart Jeffrey 8. 

Joseph Krivak (Syracuse '57) 
Receivers 

Coach Krivak joined the Maryland staff in 1974 and 
coached two of the top receivers in the ACC in Walter 
White, tight end now with the Pittsburgh Steelers, and 
Frank Russell, wide receiver who moved on to the Balti- 
more Colts. The two caught 58 passes between them for 
844 yards and Russell ranks as Maryland's All-Time pass 
receiver both in receptions and yards gained. 

Coach Krivak had the same duties at Syracuse for five 
years with Ben Schwartzwalder and he was a member 
of Syracuse's 1956 Cotton Bowl team and lettered in 
1954-55-56 as a guard-center-linebacker. He also lettered 
in baseball for the Orangemen. 

He received his Master's from Syracuse in 1962. 

Krivak served as the Head Football Coach at Madonna 
High in Weirton, West Virginia for eight years, winning 
a State Catholic Championship and two Ohio Valley 
Conference Championships. His teams recorded a 48- 
25-3 record. 

Coach Claiborne recruited several of Coach Krivak's 
high school players for Virginia Tech and was "very 
happy" to have him join the Terp staff when Joe Gardi 
moved to the staff of the Philadelphia team in the WFL. 

Coach Krivak married the former Jean Irvin of Weir- 
ton and they have three sons, Edward 12, John 10 and 
Jeff 7. 

Gothard Lane (Randolph Macon '71) 
Defensive Ends and Scout 

Coach Lane is one of the Assistant Coaches who only 
sees his men play on film. On game days he is out of 
town scouting next week's opponent and is very pro- 
ficient at the job. During the week he has the coaching 
of the defensive ends as his duties and has one of the 
toughest men on the squad in LeRoy Hughes. His de- 
fensive ends recorded nine quarterback sacks in '74 and 
accounted for 23 tackles in opponents' backfields, six 
others for no gain. They also contributed a total of 122 
yards in losses by opponents and recovered three fumbles. 

He has coached at Bishop Eustace Prep in New Jersey, 
Randolph Macon College, Virginia Tech and Tulane 
before joining the Terps in 1973. 

Coach Lane is a native of Camden, New Jersey and 
product of Pennsauken high, a school that has produced 
several outstanding football players for the Terps. 

He played on the undefeated (9-0) Randolph Macon 
football team in 1968. He is a 28 year old bachelor. 

Thomas R. Park (West Chester '69) 
Recruiting 

Coach Park, serving as Coordinator of the Recruiting 
program, saw the Terps complete their second consecu- 
tive outstanding recruiting year this past spring. 



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In keeping with Coach Claiborne's desire to keep the 
best football palyers in the state at home playing for the 
state university the Terps landed eight top prospects and 
all eight played in the Maryland State All-Star game. 

In addition four of the top players in Virginia have 
joined the Terps for '75. 

Coach Claiborne is impressed with Park's ''great or- 
ganizational ability" and also cited him as a dedicated, 
hard working and loyal individual, all the qualities that 
it takes for his position. 

Park worked with the Maryland junior varsity in 1972 
and the West Chester State team during the 1973 spring 
practice. He is a Captain in the Marine Corps Reserve, 
coached two years as the defensive coordinator of Marine 
teams and in 1971 was the offensive coordinator of the 
Quantico team. 

Park, known since his school days as "Thorn" and 
spelling it that way, was a defensive guard on West 
Chester's 1967 Tangerine Bowl team and Lambert Cup 
winners with a 10-1 record. He also wrestled for West 
Chester where he received his BA as a Psychology Major 
in 1969. He has worked towards his Master's Degree 
at West Chester. 

The 29 year old bachelor was born in Columbus, Ohio 
on March 3, 1946, graduated from Hershey High while 
making his home in Hummeltown, Pennsylvania and 
has served six years in the Marine Corps Reserve with 
duty in the Far East. 

Dick Redding (Springfield '40) 
Junior Varsity 

Coach Redding, in addition to his duties with the 
Junior Varsity coordinates the scouting program that has 
been so effective. He also works with the place kickers. 

Each year several of the players that begin fall practice 
with Coach Redding move up to the varsity and this in- 
cludes the freshmen. Six of his freshmen were on the 
'74 Liberty Bowl team including two who earned their 
letters and seven played on the '73 Peach Bowl team. 

Prior to joining Coach Claiborne at Maryland he had 
coached at Virginia Tech for 18 years, two years with the 
varsity line and 16 years as Freshman coach. 

Redding began his coaching career at Vermont College 
where he served as Athletic Director, football, basketball, 
baseball and track coach. He entered the Navy in 1941 
as an aviator and in 1947 resumed his coaching career 
at Davidson College as assistant football and head swim- 
ming coach. 

He has served as a member of the National Rules Com- 
mittee in both track and swimming and is a member of 
Sigma Delta Psi Honorary Athletic Fraternity along with 
the National Football Coaches Association. 

Coach Redding captained the football, basketball and 
track teams at Springfield College. He played in the 1940 
NCAA basketball tournament as Springfield won the 
New England Championship. 

He was born in Auburn, Maine, on July 23, 1918 and 
is a graduate of Langley High in Pittsburgh, Pennsyl- 
vania. He married the former Elva Hedly and they have 
a son Dick 22. 



Gib Bomaine (East Stroudsburg '66) 
Defensive Tackles 

Coach Romaine had an honor in '74 that few coaches 
ever achieve. He coached the winner of the Outland 
Trophy as the nation's top interior lineman, the Lom- 
bardi Trophy as the nation's top lineman and winner 
of the UPI "Lineman of the Year" honors, in Randy 
White. In White he was also coaching a Unanimous 
Ail-American choice and the ACC Player of the Year. 
White is now a linebacker with the Dallas Cowboys. 

Coach Romaine was a defensive line coach at Kansas 
State for three years before joining Coach Claiborne's 
staff. 

Co-Captain of the 1965 undefeated and third ranked 
NAIA team at East Stroudsburg, he began his coaching 
career at Mansfield State in 1967. He served two years 
as assistant football coach and assistant Dean of Men 
at Mansfield. 

He then moved to Kansas State in 1969 as a graduate 
assistant working with the freshman team. He received 
his Masters in Physical Education from Kansas State in 
1970 and served as varsity line coach for three years. 

The 31 -year old was born in Franklin, New Jersey 
on May 16, 1944 and attended high school in Port Jarvis, 
New York, where he earned 10 varsity letters before 
concentrating on football in college. 

He is a member of the Masonic Lodge and Phi Sigma 
Kappa Social Fraternity. 

Romaine married the former Marcia Seymour, a cheer- 
leader at East Stroudsburg and native of Mansfield, Penn- 
sylvania. She taught school in Mansfield and also in 
Kansas. 

Terry Strock (Virginia Tech '62) 
Defensive Secondary 

Coach Strock probably dreaded the Cole Field House 
Commencement program more than anyone else this past 
spring. All he lost that day was Bob Smith, the first Terp 
to ever make the All-ACC team three consecutive years; 
Ken Schroy, a Philadelphia Eagles draft choice, and Pat 
Ulam, now with the WFL. Smith, now with the Colts, 
Schroy and Ulam had played together in the secondary 
for four years and only Jim Brechbiel was ever able to 
break the trio up as starters. 

Strock does have a starter back in Brechbiel and three 
other lettermen in Pete Zachary, Mike Cielensky and 
Joe Younge. 

Strock was Co-Captain of Coach Claiborne's first team 
at Virginia Tech, where he received his B.S. degree in 
Business Administration in 1962. He also played baseball 
for the Gobblers. 

He began his coaching career as an assistant at Colonial 
Heights High in Virginia and a year later was named 
Head Coach at Culpeper, Virginia High. 

In 1966 he returned to Virginia Tech where he coached 
the offensive receivers for two years and the defensive 
backs for three years under Coach Claiborne. 

He is a native of Hagerstown, Maryland and a 1957 
graduate of South Hagerstown High. He was born in 
Hagerstown on March 12, 1939. 

Coach Strock married the former Cynthia Fralin and 
they have two daughters Cheryl Lee 7 and Christi Lynn 5. 



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ROBERT "BOBBY" BELL (73)— Sophomore, 6-1, 238, 
The Plains, Virginia. 

Started at the strongside guard for the white team in 
the spring . . . finished spring practice as the back up 
to John Nash a starter last year . . . strong, bench press- 
ing over 300 pounds . . . from Fauquier high where he 
was also a weight man on the track team and a tackle 
on the football squad that he captained ... on North- 
west Regional Champions in 1971 and Commonwealth 
District Champions in 1973 and played in the 1974 Vir- 
ginia All-Star game ... a native of Virginia. 

LESLIE EDWARD "BUTCH" BENSON— Sophomore, 
6-1, 220, Cumberland, Maryland. 

The quickside guard behind Ed Fulton and Mike 
Yeates in the spring . . . first team All-State at Fort Hill 
high where he played for former Terp Charlie Lattimer 
. . . played in Maryland All-Star game in 1974 . . . also 
a baseball catcher and weight man on track team in high 
and on district championship teams in football and track 
. . . offensive tackle and defensive end in high and left 
Fort Hill with a 17 game winning streak in football . . . 
overall 31-4 record in high school. 

KEVIN BENSON (68)— Senior, 6-0, 214, Valley Stream, 
New York. 

Has started three years and if fully recovered from a 
knee operation will be a four year starter at the left line- 
backer spot . . . appeared at full strength in spring . . . 
strong, bench pressing over 400 pounds . . . All-New 
York and named to the Gridiron 44 (Long Island) while 
at Valley Stream Central high . . . also outstanding 
wrestler in high. 

ANTHONY "TONY" BLACK (20)— Sophomore, 5-10, 
185, North Brentwood, New York. 

Joined the varsity as a freshman and scored his first 
varsity touchdown against Villanova . . . All-State at Cen- 
tral Islip high where he starred in both football and la- 
crosse ... on championship teams in both sports in high 
. . . has two lettermen ahead of him at tailback in Rich 
Jennings and Jamie Franklin . . . has strength bench 
pressing nearly 300 pounds and excellent quickness . . . 
carried the ball 13 times as a freshman with his longest 
run a 13 yard scamper and caught a pair of passes . . . 
born in Jacksonville, Florida. 



JAMES A. "JIM" BRECHBIEL (31)— Senior, 5-10, 183, 
Havistraw, New York. 

The "Big Play" star on the team excelling on defense 
and the only starter returning in the secondary . . . joined 
the varsity as a freshman but suffered a knee injury and 
missed the season . . . came to Terps as a Scholastic 
Coach All-American and New York State Player of the 
Year" in high . . . offensive star in high gaining 2,374 
yards on 300 carries for a 7.9 average per carry and 
scored 314 points ... on undefeated team at North Rock- 
ford high . . . second in ACC with five interceptions as a 
sophomore and second again with four as a junior . . . 
took over as a starter midway through his sophomore 
season when Pat Ulam was injured and has been in the 
lineup ever since . . . ACC defensive "Back of Week" 
for performance against Virginia as a sophomore with a 
blocked punt for a safety and key pass interception . . . 
followed with a pair of interceptions the next week . . . 
has literally earned his reputation as a "Big Play" ath- 
lete with nine pass interceptions . . . one interception re- 
turn for a touchdown . . . has blocked two punts through 
the end zone for safeties . . . blocked three field goal 
attempts and an extra point attempt . . . returned the 
interceptions 106 yards . . . blocked punts and resulting 
safeties came from six yard line against Virginia and 
three yard line against Villanova . . . returned a punt 
13 yards against Tennessee in Liberty Bowl game . . . only 
player ever given a perfect grade by coaching staff when 
breaking down a game film with grade based on assign- 
ment, execution and overall performance . . . excellent 
quickness and strong, bench pressing over 300 pounds 
. . . ACC Honor Roll student and winner of Scholar- 
Athlete Trophy in 1975 Liberty Bowl game. 




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ERIC BRUBAKER (60)— Sophomore, 6-1, 239, 
Powhatan, Ohio. 

Captained the football, wrestling and track teams at 
River high and MVP on 1973 River high football team 
while accorded All-State honors as a guard playing both 
offense and defense . . . strongside offensive guard in 
spring game playing behind Bobby Bell . . . bench presses 
over 300 pounds and has quickness . . . conference cham- 
pion in wrestling in high and placed fifth in state meet 
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KEITH CALTA (41) —Sophomore, 6-2, 215, 
Williamsport, Pennsylvania. 

Had a fine spring practice starting as the right line- 
backer for the White team in spring game . . . has two 
lettermen in George Shihda and Mike Miller ahead of 
him but with his quickness and strength, bench pressing 
over 350 pounds, is certain to see action . . .a tight end 
and defensive back at Williamsport Area high . . . former 
Terp Pellegrini, then a resident of Williamsport, saw him 
play several times and was especially impressed with his 
quickness . . . 

JOSEPH "JOE" CAMPBELL (79) -Junior, 6-6, 250, 
Wilmington, Delaware. 

Two year letterman having lettered as a freshman . . . 
on State Championship team at Salesianum high in foot- 
ball and track running on the 880 relay team . . . also a 
high jumper and triple jumper in high on track team 
. . . had 94 tackles as a sophomore with four quarterback 
sacks . . . caused four fumbles and recovered a pair and 
accounted for 32 minus yards with the four sacks while 
also making four tackles for no gain . . . working hard 
with weights and now bench presses over 315 pounds . . . 
started at the right defensive tackle spot in spring game 
. . . with his size and quickness could become a great de- 
fensive lineman ... a native of Wilmington. 

BRADD CARR (46) —Sophomore, 6-0, 205, 
York, Pennsylvania. 

All-Big 33 selection for William Penn high in York as 
a linebacker . . . started in the spring game on the left 
side where he backs up Kevin Benson . . . played as a 
freshman with 19 tackles and a pass interception . . . adds 
depth to the all-important linebacker spot where three 
lettermen graduated. 

GLENN CHAMBERLAIN (47). -Sophomore, 6-0, 215, 
Pompton Plains, New Jersey. 

Played behind Ralph Fisher in spring game . . . All- 
State in football and baseball at Pequannock Township 
high and captained both teams . . . also played basketball 
for three years in high ... a linebacker and fullback in 
high . . . enrolled at Maryland as a Chemistry major . . . 
on Championship team in high and a native of Pompton 
Plains. 

MIKE CIELENSKY (35) _ Senior, 5-10, 180, 
Clinton, Ohio. 

Started at right halfback in spring game and a two 
year letterman in defensive secondary . . . exceptionally 
strong for size, bench pressing over 315 pounds and has 



the quickness needed ... a defensive back and linebacker 
at Manchester high where he captained the football, team 
his junior and senior years and played on the champion- 
ship baseball team . . . ACC Honor Roll student the past 
two years majoring in Law Enforcement ... as a junior 
had one interception, one recovered fumble, tipped a pass 
and was in on 14 tackles . . . intercepted one pass as a 
sophomore and returned it 30 yards for a touchdown 
. . . born in Akron, Ohio. 

JONATHAN CLAIBORNE (10)— Sophomore, 5-10, 
170, Hyattsville, Maryland. 

The coach's son, he came out for the football team on 
his own, earning scholarship help the hard way . . . im- 
pressed as a freshman in '73 with the junior varsity as in 
first start at safety led Terps to a 14-9 win over Virginia 
with two interceptions, a key fumble recovery and blocked 
an extra point with Terps leading by a single point at 
the time . . . played high school football at Blacksburg 
high in Virginia, Fairview high in Colorado and North- 
western high in Hyattsville, Maryland . . . MVP of team 
in '72 and also played baseball and basketball . . . started 
at safety in spring game . . . listed as back up for letter- 
man Pete Zachary . . . also returns punts . . . ACC Honor 
Roll student the past two years as a History and Pre-Law 
major ... 3.7 (out of possible 4.0) last year . . . 

DAVE CONRAD (57) _ Junior, 6-4, 250, 
Cherry Hill, New Jersey. 

Started at strongside tackle in spring game . . . has the 
strength as he bench presses nearly 400 pounds . . . let- 
tered as sophomore . . . came to Maryland after playing 
on undefeated team at Milford Academy . . . attended 
Camden Catholic high and born in St. Louis, Missouri. 

RICHARD COZZI (66) —Senior, 6-2, 220, 
Harrison, New York. 

Defensive guard candidate and has worked as tight end 
and offensive guard . . . all-state defensive tackle and tail- 
back, and MVP at Harrison high where he was a four 
sport letterman and captained the football team ... on 
championship team in high . . . 

DAN DECARLO (33 )_ Senior, 6-0, 198, 
Port Chester, New York. 

Came to Maryland from Nassau Junior College . . . 
has excellent speed and strength, bench pressing over 
310 pounds . . . lettered at fullback last year carrying 
the ball 10 times for 30 yards and catching three passes 
for 47 more yards . . . had a fine spring blocking and 
has the speed to be an outstanding runner . . . started 
for Red team in spring game carrying the ball five times 



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for 21 yards and caught five passes for 54 yards . . . 
caught one pass for 15 yards against Tennessee in Liberty 
Bowl. 

LARRY DICK (12)— Sophomore, 6-2, 195, 
New Carrollton, Maryland. 

Metropolitan Washington "Player of Year" at Parkdale 
high where he played for former Terp Tom Rae . . . 
Captained the football team in high and on three cham- 
pionship teams with three year record of 29-0-1 . . . never 
played in a losing game In high and extended that streak 
through first three junior varsity games at Maryland 
pulling two games out in closing seconds ... in last two 
years in high as starter he passed for 2,186 yards, 23 
touchdowns, and ran for three touchdowns while gaining 
316 yards rushing . . . honor student in high where he 
also played basketball and baseball . . . had outstanding 
spring practice after not participating in 1974 following 
excellent freshman year with JV in 1973 . . . completed 
15 of 29 passes for 187 yards and a touchdown in spring 
game with a 14-14 tie . . . runs the option well and excels 
with the sprint out pass . . . along with Mark Manges 
gives the Terps two outstanding quarterback candidates 
. . . born in Johnstown, Pennsylvania. 

PAUL DIVITO (97)— Senior, 6-0, 230, 
Euclid, Ohio. 

Two year letterman and starter returning at defensive 
guard . . . strong, bench pressing 345 pounds . . . quick 
with six quarterback sacks last year among his 82 tackles 
. . . had total of eight tackles for minus yards and four 
others for no gain accounting for minus 38 yards . . . 
best defensive lineman at St. Joseph high where he played 
football for four years and wrestled for four years . . . 
good student in Business Administration . . . 

DONNIE DOTTER (32)— Sophomore, 6-2, 195, 
Hagerstown, Maryland. 

Captained the football, basketball and track teams at 
Williamsport high where he led the track team in scoring 



for four years and was the state champion in the long 
jump . . . and was on championship team in basketball 
. . . played behind Richard Schmaltz at wingback in 
spring game . . . has excellent speed and bench presses 
nearly 300 pounds. 

WILLIAM "BILL" EVANS (54)— Senior, 6-0, 200, 
Madison Heights, Virginia. 

Football, wrestling and baseball star before coming to 
Terps from Augusta Military and Ferrum Junior College 
. . . lettered as defensive end last year and also wrestled 
as a 190 pounder in ACC tournament . . . football full- 
back and middle guard for three years and state wrestling 
champion in high . . . middle distance runner in track 
in high and captained all three teams . . . played in Vir- 
ginia All-Star game . . . started at left defensive end in 
spring game . . .had 27 tackles as a junior as back up 
to Rod Sharpless . . . 

RALPH FISHER (71)— Junior, 6-2, 227. 
Radford, Virginia. 

Has his work cut out for him taking over in Randy- 
White's spot moving over from the right side where he 
started last year . . . two year letterman earning his letter 
at defensive end as a freshman . . . has excellent speed 
and bench presses 315 pounds ... on two championship 
teams in high as a fullback and linebacker and captained 
the football and track teams at Radford high ... a native 
of Radford . . . had 67 tackles last fall with three quarter- 
back sacks, six tackles for minus yards accounting for a 
total of 35 minus yards and tipped one pass . . . also 
played baseball in high and played in Virginia All-Star 
football game . . . should be a star as a junior and has 
already lettered on two bowl teams. 

DANIEL "'DANNY" FOSTER (23)— Senior, 5-9, 185, 
Midland, Texas. 

Defensive end and back up for LeRoy Hughes ... as 
a jv fullback carried the ball 15 times and caught a pass 
in 1973 . . . had five tackles and recovered a fumble as 
defensive end playing behind Rod Sharpless and Bill 
Evans last fall . . . also had two quarterback sacks for 
minus 21 yards . . . born in Odessa, Texas and attended 
Hobbs, New Mexico high where he was All-State as a 
halfback in football and on the state championship track 
team . . . ACC Honor Roll student with a 3.5 in pre- 
medicine . . . fine speed and bench presses 315 pounds. 

WILLIAM "BILL" FOTTA (49)— Sophomore, 
Masontown, Pennsylvania. 

Freshman in 1973 and did not play in '74 . . . in- 
jured during spring and did not play in spring game . . . 
linebacker candidate . . . All-WPIAL at Albert Gallatin 
high in football and All-County in basketball . . . cap- 
tained both teams in high and team was runner-up for 
state championships in both sports his junior and senior 
years . . . good speed and bench presses 355 pounds 
as he improved by 55 pounds in the last year. 

JAMES "JAMIE" FRANKLIN (44)— Senior, 5-11, 185, 
Brentwood, New York. 

The best surprise in the spring as he returned after a 
two year layoff from football . . . had excellent spring 
practice with plenty of work as Rick Jennings was out 
recuperating from an injury ... in 1972 he rushed for 



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324 yards as the third leading ground gainer and scored 
four touchdowns, including one on a 61 yard scamper 
and caught 13 passes for 151 yards ... he also returned 
kickoffs as a sophomore with 11 for 239 yards . . . has 
played at wingback and tailback but will remain at tail- 
back this year . . . high school Ail-American at Brent- 
wood high where he also played basketball with All- 
County honors . . . gained 574 yards for Terp freshmen 
in 1971 with a 5.6 average per carry, captained both the 
football and basketball teams in high . . . started as a 
wingback as a sophomore . . . one of the fastest men 
on the team and bench presses nearly 300 pounds . . . 
should have outstanding season competing with Rick 
Jennings for the starting tailback job. 

ED FULTON (63)— Junior, 6-4, 234, 
Sparta, New Jersey. 

Has lettered on two bowl teams and started at quick 
guard in the spring . . . four year letterman at Sparta 
high and should equal that for the Terps . . . also played 
basketball in high . . . bench presses 315 pounds and has 
good speed . . . captained the football team in high and 
played on championship team for two years . . . born 
in Abington, Pennsylvania. 

JOSEPH "JOE" GANASCIOLI (45)— Sophomore, 
6-0, 200, Wheaton, Maryland. 

All-Metropolitan at Wheaton high and played in first 
Maryland All-Star game . . . injured as a freshman but 
had a fine spring at linebacker . . . also a fullback in 
high and lettered in track three years in high ... he was 
born in Washington, D.C. . . . 

GEORGE "CHIP" GARBER, JR. (82)— Sophomore, 
Winchester, Virginia. 

Had a superior spring practice and will battle letter- 
man Bill Evans for the starting job at defensive left end 
... a defensive back at Handley high in Winchester 
where he also played basketball and was a pole vaulter 
on the track team ... he captained the basketball team 
in high . . . was runner-up for the state championship 
in the pole vault in high . . . 

JAMES "JIM" HAGAN (22)— Sophomore, 5-11, 175, 
Carteret, New Jersey. 

Came to the Terps from Milford Academy and Car- 
teret high . . . wide receiver in football and ran the 440 
on the track team . . . played on undefeated team in high 
and helped protect that streak with a clutch 26 yard 
catch in closing minutes of one game . . . born in Newark, 
New Jersey . . . 

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DOUGLAS "DOUG" HARBERT (26)— Sophomore, 
5-11, 185, Lumberport, West Virginia. 

Freshman in 1973 and did not compete last fall . . . 
had fine spring at defensive left halfback . . . strong, 
bench pressing over 280 pounds with good speed . . . 
was a quarterback and safety at Lumberport high for 
four years and also played basketball, baseball and ran 
track for three years . . . captained the football team his 
junior and senior years . . . born in Fairmont, West Vir- 
ginina ... a four sport letterman, he earned a total of 
14 letters in high. 

LEON HARRIS (4)— Junior, 5-11, 180, 

Gloucester, New Jersey. 

A lefthanded quarterback who started four of five 
games for JV in 1972 and did not play in '73. He threw 
four passes last year and completed two and played some 
defense with the depth at quarterback ... he has re- 
turned to quarterback and will remain there in '75 . . . 
ACC Honor Roll student . . . All-State quarterback at 
Gloucester high on team that average 40.6 points a game 
as he passed for 3,348 yards on 233 completions, ran 
for 1,877 yards and scored 27 touchdowns. 

KIM HOOVER (29)— Senior, 6-1, 185, 
Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio. 

Caught 19 passes for 312 yards and one touchdown 
as a wingback . . . receptions include a 61 and 57 yarder 
. . . has shared wingback duties with John Schultz but 
moved to split end this year in order to get more playing 
time ... ACC Honor Roll student majoring in History 
and Pre-Law with a 3.8 average in 1974 and 3.7 in 1973 
. . . All-State at Woodridge high in football and basket- 
ball and all-league in baseball earning a total of 13 
letters . . . captained the football and baseball teams for 
two years each and basketball his senior year ... he was 
the class president three years in high . . . born in Fay- 
etteville, North Carolina . . . two year letterman earning 
a letter as a freshman . . . caught 50 passes for 914 yards 
and had seven interceptions returning them for 169 yards 
during his senior year in high . . . also kicked four field 
goals. 

LEROY HUGHES (21)— Senior, 5-8, 185, 
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. 

Has lettered three times, once as a tailback and twice 
at defensive end where he moved in order to get more 
playing time and has become a star . . . carried the ball 
47 times as a freshman with a 4.1 average per carry and 
caught five passes . . . also caught a two point conversion 
against Miami and scored one touchdown . . . last fall he 




was in on 65 tackles with three quarterback sacks and 
12 plays for minus yards or no gain ... he accounted for 
44 minus yards and opponents seldom turned his end 
nicknamed mini-tank by his teammates . . . 1971 grad- 
uate of Central Dauphin high where he was a star back 
and punter ... all big 33 selection in 1971 but did not 
enroll at College Park until 1972 . . . did not play any 
football in 1971 . .. has recovered three opponents fum- 
bles and makes the clutch plays on defense . . . bench 
presses 255 pounds . . . 

GERALD INMAN (69)— Junior, 6-4, 235, 
New York, New York. 

Enrolled at Maryland in Spring of 1974 but did not 
play last fall . . . came to Terps from Fort Scott Junior 
College in Kansas . . . Ail-American at Brandeis high in 
New York City where he also played basketball and was 
a shot put champion . . . captained the football team at 
Brandeis high and played in New York All-Star game 
. . . played defensive tackle in spring game . . . born in 
Dillion, South Carolina. 

RICHARD "RICK" JENNINGS (25)— Senior, 5-9, 180, 
Washington, D.C. 

Has never participated in spring game as either re- 
covering from an injury or participating in ACC track 
championships . . . outstanding sprinter and real de- 
termined athlete with a lot of pride . . . back up to Louis 
Carter in past but should come into his own in '75 . . . 
took over for Carter in Villanova game and gained 150 
yards on 20 carries and followed that with 105 yards 
against Duke the next week . . . gained 470 yards with 
a 5.9 average per carry last year and caught six passes for 
122 yards . . . gained 43 yards in opener against West 
Virginia in 73 and followed with 46 in first half against 
North Carolina before suffering a shoulder injury that 
hampered him the rest of the season . . . picked up 41 
yards on eight carries against Georgia in '73 Peach Bowl 
. . . also caught three passes for 75 yards in Peach Bowl 
game . . . joined the varsity in mid year of his freshman 
year aftter several spectacular games with JVs . . . had 
an 82 yard td run against Virginia JVs and in 14-12 win 
over Virginia Tech scored on runs of 70 and 60 yards 
. . . had a 60 yard run for varsity last fall and pass re- 
ception for 52 yards . . . also kickoff return of 61 yards 
. . . ACC Honor Roll student . . . football and track star 
for Coolidge high in Washington, D.C. 

JEFF KELLY -Sophomore, 6-0, 200, 
Rutherford, New Jersey. 

Came to Maryland from Tilden School and St. Mary's 
high . . . linebacker with good speed and strength as he 
bench presses 315 pounds . . . star fullback and defensive 
end in high where he also played basketball and lettered 
in track as a sprinter and weight man . . . youngest of 
four brothers who all went on to college, Joe to Brown, 
Jim to Notre Dame and John to Boston College ... a 
Political Science major. 

JOHN KELLY— Sophomore, 6-5, 232, 
Wantagh, New York. 

Played behind Joe Campbell at defensive tackle in 
spring game ... he was an end in football, heavyweight 
wrestler and first baseman for Wantagh high where he 



captained the westling team 
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VINCE KINNEY (81)— Sophomore, 6-2, 202, 
Baltimore, Maryland. 

Wide receiver as a freshman but moved to tight end 
in spring replacing the graduated Walter White . . . gives 
the Terps the same deep threat at tight end that White 
did and with Bob Raba a strong blocker the Terps have 
depth there . . . Sunpapers Prep "Athlete of the Year" at 
Calvert Hall high where he earned eight letters in foot- 
ball, basketball and baseball . . . captained the football 
team in high and played in first Maryland All-Star game 
... on championship team in football, twice, and base- 
ball at Calvert Hall . . . 

KEVIN KISSELL -Sophomore, 6-0, 220, 
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. 

Played behind Tom Schick in spring game as quick 
tackle on offense . . . came to Maryland from Brentwood 
high in Pittsburgh . . . has strength to be outstanding on 
offense, bench pressing 340 pounds. 

TED KLAUBE (61)— Sophomore, 6-1, 225, 
Guttenberg, New Jersey. 

Played with varsity as a freshman in 1973 . . . has 
started two spring games . . . bench presses over 350 
pounds . . . named the lineman of the year at North Ber- 
gen high where he captained the football and wrestling 
teams and earned nine letters including two in track 
throwing the discus . . . All-State in high in football . . . 
twice District Champion in wrestling . . . improved over 
50 pounds working on the weights during the past year 
. . . has three sisters. 

KENT KNUPP— Sophomore, 6-2, 210, 
Timberville, Virginia. 

Tight end for Broadway high with good speed . . . 
bench presses 320 pounds . . . played behind Vince Kin- 
ney in spring game. 




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MARION KOPROWSKI (50)— Senior, 5-11, 219, 
Hempstead, New York. 

Starting quick tackle in spring game after moving 
there from center during the 1974 season . . . was a 
center as a sophomore and beginning junior year . . . 
handled snaps on kicking situations . . . has lettered 
twice . . . bench presses 325 pounds . . . named to the 
Long Island All-Star team at Hempstead high ... a 
native of Poland, he came to the US ten years ago . . . 

STEVE KOZIOL (84)— Sophomore, 6^0, 213, 
North Bergen, New Jersey. 

Fullback, Linebacker and Defensive End for North 
Bergen high where he also ran the hurdles and sprints 
on the track team earning three letters in each sport . . . 
captained both teams for two years . . . hurdles champion 
in high . . . has good speed and bench presses 350 pounds 
. . . played on six championship teams in high . . . 

RUSS LAHAYNE (72)— Senior, 5-11, 230, 
Wheaton, Maryland. 

Came to Terps in 1973 from Montgomery Junior Col- 
lege and Wheaton high . . . joins Joe Campbell and 
Ralph Fisher as top candidates for starting defensive 
tackle jobs . . . has good speed and bench presses 360 
pounds . . .tight end and linebacker at Wheaton high 
and middle linebacker for MJC . . . All-State and All- 
Regional honors in JC . . . had one quarterback sack 
and three tackles for minus nine yards among his 13 
tackles in '74 . . . hampered by injuries last year . . . 
also a catcher and first baseman in baseball in high . . . 

MARK MANGES (13)— Sophomore, 6-3, 205, 
Cumberland, Maryland. 

High school All-American in football and basketball 
at Fort Hill high . . . earned 12 letters in high with four 
each in football, basketball and track . . . played his 
football and ran track for Charlie Lattimer, former Terp 
from Maryland's 1953 National Champions . . . MVP of 
first Maryland All-Star game and scored his first two 
Byrd Stadium touchdowns in that game . . scored his 
first collegiate touchdown on a 17 yard run against Syra- 
cuse in Byrd Stadium . . . completed 64 percent of his 
passes as the backup quarterback behind Bob Avellini 
as a freshman . . . rushed for a 5.4 average per carry 
with 233 yards on 43 carries . . . has physical attributes 
to be a super star . . . captained the football, basketball 
and track teams in high and on championship teams in 
all three sports . . . left Fort Hill with a 17 game win- 
ning streak and 31-4 record . . . ACC rookie of week 
for his performance in Wake Forest game . . . runs the 

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option well and excels with the sprint out pass . . . active 
in Fellowship of Christian Athletes. 

MIKE MANNING (65)— Junior, 6-3, 230, 
Hyattsville, Maryland. 

Enrolled in time for spring practice from Montgomery 
Junior College . . . did not play football in high school 
. . . started in spring game as defensive right tackle . . . 
bench presses 300 pounds . . . 

PETE MARCHETTO -Sophomore, 5-9, 180, 
North Bergen, New jersey. 

Outstanding place kicker at North Bergen high ... in 
one game he kicked the longest field goal in the state, 
a 48 yarder then added a 31 yarder, four extra points 
and had six kickoffs into the end zone ... on three cham- 
pionship teams in high with overall 24-2-1 record . . . 

BRENT MCDANIEL (91)— Sophomore, 6-2, 225, 
Falls Church, Virginia. 

Quarterback and tackle for George Marshall high and 
put the shot on the track team . . . three letters in football 
and two in track . . . captained the football team as 
quarterback in senior year, winning District Champion- 
ship in 1971 and '73 and Regional title in 1971 . . . 
bench presses 350 pounds . . . born in Bethesda, Mary- 
land. 

MIKE MILLER (53)— Junior, 5-11, 205, 
Baltimore, Maryland. 

Letterman linebacker on '74 Liberty Bowl team . . . 
had 17 tackles with one quarterback sack for minus five 
yards and a recovered fumble . . . linebacker and full- 
back for Archbishop Curley and was named to the Cath- 
olic All-American team . . . captained the football team 
his senior year and named the Most Valuable Defensive 
Player . . . has started two spring games . . . one of two 
lettermen linebackers returning . . . All-MSA and All- 
Metropolitan in high . . . native of Baltimore. 

WILLIAM "BILL" MORROW— Sophomore, 6-4, 220, 
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. 

End for Bishop McDevitt in high . . . injured in spring 
of '74 and did not play last year while working at de- 
fense tackle . . . four year letterman on track team in 
high and earned three letters each in football and basket- 
ball . . . All-League in football in high. 

CHUCK MOSS (34)— Junior, 6-2, 222, 
Vestal, New York. 

Transfer from Syracuse where he was expected to start 
in 1974 before moving to Maryland . . . captained the 




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football team at Vestal Central high in 1971 . . . had 
good spring practice . . . good runner and strength to be 
excellent blocker, bench pressing 370 pounds . . . two 
brothers played football, John at Pittsburgh and Kevin 
at Syracuse. 

JOHN NASH (56)— Senior, 6-1. 230. 
Pottstown, Pennsylvania. 

Two year letterman and only starter returning in offen- 
sive line . . . strongside guard . . . strong, bench pressing 
360 pounds ... all big 33 in Pennsylvania for Pottstown 
high . . . All-State and Scholastic Coach All-American 
. . . named to All-Delaware Valley team and Pennsyl- 
vania's Golden Eleven . . . has played in two Bowl games, 
the Peach and Liberty. 

GLENN NICK (64)— Sophomore, 6-1, 220. 
Hillside, New Jersey. 

All-State tackle at Hillside high where he captained 
the football team, indoor track and outdoor track teams 
and lettered three times with each team . . . scored in 
high on a 20 yard run with recovered fumble . . . played 
behind Russ LaHayne at defensive left tackle in spring 
game. 

EUGENE "GENE" OCHAP (59)— Junior, 6-0, 235, 
McKeesport, Pennsylvania. 

Lettered at center on Liberty Bowl team as sophomore 
. . . starting center in spring . . . All-Conference in foot- 
ball and team captain at McKeesport high . . . runner-up 
for state heavyweight wrestling championship and also 
captained that team . . . lettered three times in each 




sport . . . brother John is also football player and wres- 
tler in high . . . also has older brother and three sisters 
. . . bench presses 350 pounds. 

TIM CHARE (2)— Sophomore, 6-2, 195, 
Montclair, New Jersey. 

Lefthanded quarterback . . . All-Conference quarter- 
back for Milford Academy and Immaculate Conception 
high . . . also basketball guard and baseball outfielder 
. . . captained the Milford Prep team ... on state cham- 
pionship team in high . . . has four brothers and a 
sister . . . earned eight letters in high school. 

MICKEY PELANDA (24)— Sophomore, 6-3, 220, 
Canfield, Ohio. 

Played defensive left end behind Chip Garber in spring 
game . . . All-State defensive safety at Austintown Fitch 
high . . . also outstanding quarterback in high ... 12 
interceptions and knocked down 20 passes in high while 
causing six fumbles . . . All-Steel Valley safety man and 
played 20 consecutive games going both ways . . . good 
speed and strength, bench pressing 255 pounds. 




Manges one-on-one 



Terp gets there first 

BOB RABA (86)— Junior, 6-1, 215 
Bethesda, Maryland. 

Lettered at tight end as a freshman on the Peach Bowl 
team and again last fall on the Liberty Bowl team . . . 
strong blocker and good receiver . . . caught four passes 
as a sophomore with one touchdown and three as a 
freshman . . . caught five with one touchdown in spring 
game . . . picked up six yards on an end around as a 
sophomore . . . runner-up to Larry Dick for area Player 
of Year honors at Walt Whitman high as a tight end and 
linebacker . . . also wrestled and played baseball in high 
. . . bench presses 375 pounds ... his father played for 
Georgetown . . . born in Washington, D.C. 

DONALD "DON" RHODES -Sophomore, 6-2, 228, 
Hermine, Pennsylvania. 

Strongside guard in spring game . . . was a tackle for 
Yough high school . . . also played baseball in high . . . 
bench presses 300 pounds . . . freshman in 1973 and did 
not play in '74 . . . born in Greensburgh, Pennsylvania. 

JAMES "JIM" RICHEY (76)— Senior, 6-4, 233, 
Leechburg, Pennsylvania. 

Played behind Marion Koprowski at quick tackle in 
spring game . . . bench presses 315 pounds ... on cham- 



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pionship team at Kiski Area high where he was also the 
weight man on the track team . . . member of Delta Tau 
Delta fraternity . . . Law Enforcement major . . . has 
three brothers with one, Gary, also attending Maryland, 
and another, Leslie, playing basketball and football in 
high. 

KENNY "ROCKETT" ROY (40)— Junior, 5-10, 185, 
Washington, D.C. 

Lettered as a wingback on the '73 Peach Bowl team 
as freshman and on the '74 Liberty Bowl team as a soph- 
omore . . . moved to defensive halfback in spring in 
effort to break into starting lineup . . . had played behind 
John Schultz and Kim Hoover for two years . . . had ex- 
cellent spring, starting spring game at the right halfback 
spot in the same backfield with Jim Brechbiel . . . four 
year letterman and All-American at DeMatha high near 
the Maryland campus . . . also four-year letterman in 
basketball and earned two letters on the baseball team 
at DeMatha . . . captained the football team his senior 
year and on championship football team one year and 
basketball three times . . . MVP in Washington, D.C. 
All-Star game rusing for 130 yards in first half and scor- 
ing once . . . ACC Honor Roll student . . . carried 31 
times for 126 yards and one touchdown as freshman and 
completed his only pass for a 34 yard touchdown against 
Penn State . . . also caught four passes for 70 yards . . . 
gained 32 yards rushing as sophomore and scored twice 
while also catching three passes . . . bench presses nearly 
300 pounds and has excellent speed. 




ERNIE SALLEY (74) —Sophomore, 6-2, 245, 
Oxon Hill, Maryland. 

Played in first Maryland All-Star game in Byrd Sta- 
dium and then lettered for Terps as defensive guard as 
freshman on the Liberty Bowl team . . . excellent strength, 
bench pressing 300 pounds as a freshman . . . had good 
spring practice as starting right guard . . . had 21 tackles 
as freshmaYi with two quarterback sacks and accounted 
for 20 minus yards on three minus plays along with three 
tackles for no gain . . . also caused a fumble and re- 
covered a fumble . . . 

TOM SCARBATH (9)— Junior, 6-0, 195, 
Rising Sun, Maryland. 

Completed 50 percent of his passes in good freshman 
year including four touchdown tosses . . . started Bain- 
bridge Prep game as a freshman and led frosh to a 41-7 
win . . . father was one of the all-time football players 
at Maryland, quarterbacking Terps to the Sugar Bowl 
title . . . outstanding athlete at John Carroll high in 
Bel Air, Maryland . . . 




Hughes with a sack 



Raba after a catch 

TOM SCHICK (77)— Senior, 6-4, 240, 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 

Two year letterman on Bowl teams . . . quickside tackle 
. . . bench presses 375 pounds . . . had an outstanding 
junior year at Bartram high in Philadelphia but was 
hampered by injuries in senior year . . . ACC Honor Roll 
student . . . engineering major . . . also a baseball pitcher 
in high . . . earned scholar-athlete award in high . . . 

RICK SCHMALTZ (88)— Junior, 6-0, 185, 
Bristol, Connecticut. 

Has worked at split end and wingback starting at wing- 
back this past spring . . . John Schultz started on the 
other team ... a letterman on Liberty Bowl team . . . 
caught one pass for 18 yards as sophomore . . . had fine 
year with junior varsity as a freshman in '72 . . . caught 
four passes for 86 yards in spring game of '73 and two 
in the 75 spring game . . . All-New England Prep while 
playing for St. Thomas Moore Prep and while at Bristol 
high was named All-State . . . bench presses 270 pounds 
and has fine speed . . . 

JOHN SCHULTZ (37) —Senior, 5-10, 195, 
Vestal, New York. 

Starting wingback on two bowl teams . . . one of the 
most solid players on squad . . . does everything well . . . 



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Jennings with convoy 

bench presses 280 pounds, with fine speed . . . caught 
seven passes for 66 yards as sophomore and rushed for 
47 yards ... as junior carried 35 times for 97 yards and 
scored seven touchdowns with most of the carries and all 
seven tds coming from within the ten yard line in clutch 
situations . . . also caught 16 passes for 212 yards with 
touchdown catches of three and 27 yards . . . also caught 
two point conversion pass . . . longest catch was 43 yards 
. . . Terps depended on him in four down territory . . . 
ACC Honor Roll student . . . came to Maryland from 
Manlius Prep after outstanding career at Vestal high. 

ROBERT "BOB" SCHWARTZ (67)— Sophomore, 6-0, 
220, Devon, Pennsylvania. 

Freshman in '73 and did not play last year . . . came to 
Maryland from Manlius Prep and Conestoga high . . . 
middle guard in high and for three years was all-league, 
and all-suburban . . . served as captain of the Manlius 
Prep team . . . has six brothers and three sisters . . . 
brother George played football for Dayton . . . had fine 
spring practice competing for starting role . . . bench 
presses 325 pounds and has good quickness . . . 

LARRY SEDER (93)— Sophomore, 6-2, 238, 
Pottstown, Pennsylvania. 

Defensive guard candidate . . . freshman in '73 and 
did not play last year . . . three year letterman at St. Pius 
X high and All-State selection . . . lettered in wrestling 
three years and runner-up in regional tournament . . . 
also on track team three years and second in state throw- 
ing the discus . . . captained all three teams in high . . . 
bench presses 365 pounds and has excellent speed. 

JACK SHARKEY (62)— Sophomore, 6-1, 230, 
Framingham, Massachusetts. 

Grandson of the heavyweight boxer . . . came to Mary- 
land from the USMA Prep school at Fort Belvoir . . . 
bench presses 350 and strong blocker . . . backup center 
behind Gene Ochap in spring. 

GEORGE SHIHDA (58)— Senior, 6-1, 218, 
Vienna, Virginia. 

Lettered as a fullback on the '73 Peach Bowl team and 
as defensive end on '74 Liberty Bowl team . . . starting 
linebacker in spring after outstanding spring practice . . . 
had 27 tackles including one in the backfield last year 
and caused one fumble . . . carried ball once as sopho- 
more for nine yards and caught three passes for 22 yards 



. . . while playing defense for JV in '72 he intercepted 
three passes and returned them 95 yards . . . three sport 
star for James Madison high where he played as line- 
backer and fullback earning All-District honors . . . also 
played basketball and baseball in high . . . member of 
Delto Tau Delta fraternity . . . ACC Honor Roll student 
as Microbiology major . . . bench presses 365 pounds and 
has speed to be outstanding linebacker . . . born in Wash- 
ington, D.C. 

MICHAEL "MIKE" SIMON (52)— Sophomore, 6-2, 
220, Emporium, Pennsylvania. 

All-Conference center and linebacker at Cameron 
County high where he lettered for four years . . . also 
district wrestling champion while earning four more 
letters and placing third in the District on the track team 
with four letters . . . captained the football team in high 
. . . has three brothers and two sisters . . . center playing 
behind Gene Ochap and Jack Sharkey in spring . . . 
bench presses 310 pounds. 

MICHAEL "MIKE" SOCHKO ( 1 ) —Sophomore, 6-0, 
205, Pottstown, Pennsylvania. 

Kicked himself out of a chance to play defensive end in 
spring . . . was so impressive kicking off, punting and 
place kicking that he is now a kicking specialist . . . 
kicked off into end zone consistently, demonstrated 40 
plus field goal range and punted 15 times in spring game 
for 43 yard average kicking for both teams ... he was a 
tight end, defensive end and quarterback at St. Pius X 
high with All-Suburban and All-WFIL honors lettering 
three times ... he earned four letters in baseball as a 
catcher and two in basketball in high ... he captained 
all three teams . . . has three brothers and a sister . . . 

JOHN STANFORD (30)— Sophomore, 6-0, 190, 
Bloomfield, New Jersey. 

Quarterback and split end in high and wide receiver 
as freshman before moving to defensive safety in spring 
. . . has good speed and bench presses 260 pounds . . . 
had two interceptions in spring game at safety . . . All- 
State in both football and baseball at Bloomfield high 
and captained both teams . . . also on State Champion- 
ship teams in both sports . . . brother James played 
hockey for four years at Newark College of Engineering 
. . . active in Fellowship of Christian Athletes. 

LAWRANCE "LARRY" STOCKS —Sophomore, 5-11, 
200, Odenton, Maryland. 

Came to Terps from Fork Union Military Academy 
and Arundel high . . . All-State end at Arundel where he 
also ran the hurdles on the track team and earned four 
letters and Anne Arundel County MVP honors in base- 
ball . . . captained the baseball team for three years . . . 
on county championship team at Arundel and Virginia 
Military League Champions at Fork Union . . . bench 
presses 285 pounds . . . born in Hampton, Virginia. 

JAMES "JIM" ULAM ( 85 ) —Sophomore, 6-5, 217, 
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. 

All-Conference safety and tight end at South Hills 
Catholic high . . . follows brother Pat who graduated last 
May . . . earned 12 letters in high, four each in football, 
basketball and track . . . captained the football and bas- 
ketball teams. 



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KENNETH WATSON (83)— Sophomore, 6-1, 210, 
Norfolk, Virginia. 

ACC Honor Roll student as freshman majoring in Law 
Enforcement . . . defensive end playing behind Bill Evans 
in spring game . . . bench presses 275 pounds, with good 
speed . . . All-State in football at Lake Taylor high . . . 
earned three letters each in football, wrestling and track 
in high ... on District Championship team as defensive 
tackle beating Maury high in championship game. 

CHARLES "CHUCK" WHITE (5)— Sophomore, 6-1, 
190, Woodbridge, Virginia. 

MVP in football and basketball at Woodbridge high 
and also ran track earning four letters in football, three 
in basketball and two in track . . . captained the football 
and basketball teams . . . came to Maryland in '73 as 
freshman and did not compete last fall . . . excellent 
speed and bench presses 290 pounds . . . split end . . . 
born in Fort Knox, Kentucky . . . pre-medical major 
. . . caught touchdown pass to beat Virginia junior varsity 
with no time remaining on clock as freshman . . . senior 
class president in high . . . caught one pass for 34 yards 
in spring game. 

TIM WILSON (14)— Junior, 6-3, 210, 
New Castle, Delaware. 

Scored his first collegiate touchdown on three yard 
run against Villanova last year and later in game added 
a 45 yard scoring jaunt . . . gained 141 yards for 5.4 
average per carry as reserve tailback last year and caught 




Benson — high and hard 



five passes . . . won starting fullback job in spring and 
caught six passes in spring game for 45 yards and added 
30 yards rushing ... as a freshman scored on a 61 yard 
run against Bainbridge Prep and had three receptions for 
138 yards in same game, adding a second touchdown on 
a short run . . . scored 19 touchdowns for his De La Warr 
high team while averaging 7.3 yards per carry and gain- 
ing 1,134 yards . . . had kickoff returns of 72 and 84 
yards in high ... his junior varsity performance came as 
a freshman in '72 as he caught six passes for 207 yards 
and three touchdowns . . . did not play in '73 . . . has 
excellent speed and bench presses 300 pounds . . . had 
outstanding spring as a blocker at fullback. 




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Manges enroute to end zone 



MIKE YEATES (70)— Sophomore, 6-0, 230, 
Kenmoore, New York. 

Came to Maryland from St. Thomas Moore Prep in 
Connecticut and had fine freshman year as a member of 
the Liberty Bowl team . . . also shot putter on Maryland 
track team . . . excellent strength, bench pressing 415 
pounds and running a 4.8 forty . . . contender for start- 
ing berth as quickside guard. 

JOSEPH "JOE" YOUNGE (42)— Senior, 6-2, 182, 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 

Two year letterman earning his first letter as a sopho- 
more in '72 and missed the '73 season with a knee injury 
suffered after a fine spring practice . . . Ail-American at 
Central high in Philadelphia where he was voted best 
player and MVP of the public school league . . . cap- 
tained the basketball team in high ... on city champion- 
ship football team and voted MVP in city championship 
game . . . good speed and bench presses 255 pounds. 

PETE ZACHARY (15)— Senior, 6-1, 190, 
White Plains, New York. 

Two year letterman playing behind three time All-ACC 
safety Bob Smith . . . played on Peach Bowl and Liberty 
Bowl teams . . . returned four punts for 32 yards for 
junior varsity in 1972 . . . played his high school football 
for White Plains high . . . has good speed and excellent 
strength, bench pressing 325 pounds ... a hard worker, 
he increased his bench press by over 60 pounds in one 
year. 




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JOHN ZERNHELT (78)— Junior, 6-2, 235, 
Tremont, Pennsylvania. 

Started Virginia game and the Liberty Bowl game after 
Stan Rogers suffered knee injury against Duke in Oyster 
Bowl game . . . lettered on Liberty Bowl team . . . start- 
ing strongside tackle in spring . . . bench presses over 
400 pounds . . . came to Maryland from Tremont via 
Greenbrier Military Academy . . . was an end on the 
Minersville Area high team where he also wrestled two 
years as a 180 pounder . . . ran the hurdles and threw 
the discus on the track team for two years . . . born in 
Pottsville, Pennsylvania. 




It's our ball 



STRENGTH AND QUICKNESS 



Jerry Claiborne rates strength and quickness high on 
his list of tangibles contributing to a winning football 
team. He was appalled at the lack of both attributes 
when he assumed the duties as the Maryland Coach in 
December of 1971. 

In his initial testing of the Terrapins only seven were 
able to bench press over 250 pounds and only 14 ran 
the 40 yards in 4.9 or less. Claiborne immediately es- 
tablished a weight training program that has had phe- 
nomenal success, with his ability to motivate others a 
major contributor to the results. 

The weight training program received a big boost 
with the addition of the new football facilities that in- 
clude one of the finest weight rooms in any collegiate 
facility. 

Ail-American Defensive Tackle Randy White has 
proven just what dedication and adherence to the pro- 
gram can accomplish. He enrolled at Maryland as a 
212 pounder who ran a 4.9 forty and could bench press 
260 pounds. He left Maryland a 248 pounder who could 
bench press 460 pounds and run a 4.6 for the forty. 

Demonstrating that the program is just as beneficial 
to the backs, Louis Carter, a 190 pounder, bench pressed 
230 pounds and ran the forty in 4.8. He left Maryland 
as a 201 pounder who bench pressed 330 pounds and 
ran a 4.5 forty. 

Current Defensive Backs Jim Brechbiel, Mike Cielen- 
sky and Pete Zachary all bench press over 300 pounds. 

Sophomore Guard Mike Yeates tops the linemen in 
the bench press at 415 pounds while Tackle John Zern- 
helt and Linebacker Kevin Benson also top 400 pounds. 

There are now 78 Terrapins bench pressing over 250 
pounds with 44 topping 300 pounds. 




IMPROVEMENT CHART 



250 275 300 350 375 400 



December 


1971 


5 


2 














March 


1972 


17 


11 


8 











August 


1972 


16 


6 


19 


3 








March 


1973 


11 


13 


20 


3 








August 


1973 


10 


19 


17 


4 


2 


1 


March 


1974 


22 


11 


23 


7 


2 


4 


March 


1975 


17 


17 


25 


14 


2 


3 




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William Fry 
(Maryland '51) 

Trainer 




William "Spider" Fry returned to his Alma Mater in 
March 1967 as Head Trainer of Athletics. He had served 
for five years in a similar capacity at Dartmouth College. 

As an undergraduate, Fry earned his letter in varsity 
soccer and a B.S. degree in Physical Education. He was 
an assistant trainer for several years before becoming 
Head Trainer at Dartmouth in 1962. He was director 
of District III for the National Athletic Trainers Asso- 
ciation in 1958. 

Spider and Sandy (Penn State '61) have a daughter, 
Elizabeth Kay who just turned seven. 

Morgan Hout (Temple '71) 
Graduate Assistant 

Coach Hout will again be 
working as a full-time graduate 
assistant. He came to Maryland 
in the Spring of 1974 after hav- 
ing served as a head coach in the 
high school ranks in the Carolinas 
for three and a half years. 

He started the football program 
as Coach and Athletic Director of 
Harbor Christian School in Co- 
lumbia, South Carolina in 1971 
and in his second year had a 6-4 

record while also coaching basketball and baseball. 
In 1973 he moved to Northside Christian School in 

Charlotte as Head Football and Basketball Coach and 

recorded a 10-2 football record. 




Working with the junior varsity at Maryand he has 
coached the defensive backs, defensive ends and line- 
backers and handled the Scout team when they worked 
with the varsity. 

Coach Hout is a native of Marietta, Georgia where 
he lettered in football, track and baseball, earning All- 
State honors in football. The 28 year old coach is mar- 
ried and he and his wife Branda have no children. 



THE FUTURE SCHEDULES 



1976 



Sept. 


11 


Richmond 




18 


at West Virginia 




25 


at Syracuse 


Oct. 


2 


Villanova 




9 


at N.C. State 




16 


Wake Forest 




23 


at Duke 




30 


Kentucky 


Nov. 


6 


Cincinnati 




13 


Clemson 




20 


at Virginia 
1977 


Sept. 


10 


at Clemson 




17 


West Virginia 




24 


at Penn State 


Oct. 


1 


at N.C. State 




8 


Syracuse 




15 


at Wake Forest 




22 


Duke 




29 


North Carolina 


Nov. 


5 


Villanova 




12 


at Richmond 




19 


Virginia 
1978 


Sept. 


9 


Tulane 




16 


at Louisville 




23 


at North Carolina 




30 


Kentucky 


Oct. 


7 


N.C. State 




14 


at Syracuse 




21 


Wake Forest 




28 


at Duke 


Nov. 


4 


at Penn State 




18 


Clemson 




25 


at Virginia 




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OUR EXCITING OFFENSE 





Dick — QB 





Manges — QB Schmaltz — WB 




Wilson— FB 





White— SE 







Raba— TE 




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Koprowski — T 




Zernhelt — T 





Ochap — C 



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Sharkey — C 




Jennings — TB DeCarlo — FB 



Kinney — TE 



Nash— G 



Simon — C 




Franklin — TB 





Moss — FB 





Conrad — T 



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Fulton — G 





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Schultz — WB Hoover — SE 



Schick — T 
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Yeates — G 




OUR DEVASTATING DEFENSE 








Hughes — E LaHayne — T Brechbiel — DB Younge — DB 



Nick— T 








Evans — E 



Divito — G Cielensky — DB Foster — DE 



Seder — G 




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Garber — E 



Salley — G 



Roy — DB 



Miller— LB 



Klaube — G 








Fisher — T 



Shihda — LB Zachary — SF 



Carr — LB 



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VILLANOVA 

TENNESSEE 

NORTH CAROLINA 

KENTUCKY 

SYRACUSE 

NORTH CAROLINA STATE 

WAKE FOREST 

PENN STATE 

CINCINNATI 

CLEMSON 

VIRGINIA 




VILLANOVA UNIVERSITY 

Sept. 6 

College Park, Maryland 

Byrd Stadium (47,000) 

1:30 P.M. 



COACH: 



Dick Bedesem 
(Villanova '53) 



RECORD: First Year 
VILLANOVA RECORD: First Year 



LOCATION: Villanova, Pennsylvania 19085 

ENROLLMENT: 6,000 

COLORS: Blue and White 

NICKNAME: Wildcats 

CONFERENCE: Independent 

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: Dr. Ted Aceto 

ASSISTANT COACHES: Chappy Moore, Tom Duffy, 
Bob Capne, Lou Ferry, Ken Baker, Bill Cimochowski, 
Mike Danaher, Nevin Posey, Walt Techtman 

CAPTAINS: Steve Ebbecke, Steve Ramsey 
TEAM STRENGTH: Overall balance of starting units, 
experience in Line backing corps. 

TEAM WEAKNESS: Depth 

LETTERMEN RETURNING: 26 

LETTERMEN LOST: 10 

TOP RETURNING BACKS: Brian Sikorski QB; Ralph 
Pasquariello RB; Steve Ebbecke DB; Mike Lombardi 
RB; Sean Collins DB; John Mastronardo WR. 

TOP RETURNING LINEMEN: Gary Shugrue DT; Jim 
Magee DE; Joe Sopczynski OG; Bill Olsen OT; Steve 
Ramsey LB. 

TOP NEWCOMERS: Tony Serge RB; Paul Bugli OG; 
Vince Thompson RB; Brian Sottile DB. 

ALL-AMERICAN CANDIDATE: John Mastronardo WR 

ALL-EAST CANDIDATES: John Mastronardo WR; 
Steve Ebbecke DB; Steve Ramsey LB. 

SPORTS INFORMATION DIRECTOR 

Rosa Gatti 

OFFICE: (215) 527-2100 Ext 200 
HOME: (215) 789-4110 





1974 RESULTS (3-E 


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1975 


SCHEDULE 


13 


Richmond 


14 


Sept. 


6 


at Maryland 


17 


Massachusetts 


13 


Sept. 


13 


at Syracuse 


7 


Toledo 





Sept. 


20 


Toledo 


15 


Idaho 


7 


Sept. 


27 


at Array 


8 


Tampa 


47 


Oct. 


4 


at Boston College 





Houston 


35 


Oct. 


11 


Open Date 


7 


Boston College 


55 


Oct. 


18 


Marshall 


7 


Delaware 


49 


Oct. 


25 


Open Date 





Maryland 


41 


Nov. 


1 


Delaware 


6 


Holy Cross 


10 


Nov. 


8 


at Youngstown 


7 


Temple 


17 


Nov. 


15 


at Holy Cross 








Nov. 


22 


Boston Univ. 








Nov. 


27 


Temple 



32 




UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE 

Sept. 13 

Knoxville, Tennessee 

Neyland Stadium (70,650) 

7:30 P.M. 

COACH: Bill Battle 

(Alabama '63) 

RECORD: 36-12-2 
TENN. RECORD: 36-12-2 



LOCATION: Knoxville, Tennesee 37916 

ENROLLMENT: 26,000 

COLORS: Orange and White 

NICKNAME: Volunteers 

CONFERENCE: Southeastern 

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: Bob Woodruff 

ASSISTANT COACHES: Ray Trail, Larry Jones, Lide 

Huggins, Jerry Elliott, Lon Herzbrun, Gary Wyant, 

Fred Malone, Bob Davis, George Cafego, Wayne Stiles, 

Bill Higdon 
CAPTAINS: To Be Named 

TEAM STRENGTH: Offensive Line and Linebackers 
TEAM WEAKNESS: Offensive Backfield 
LETTERMEN RETURNING: 43 
LETTERMEN LOST: 18 
TOP RETURNING BACKS: Stanley Morgan TB; 

Mike Gayles FB 
TOP RETURNING LINEMEN: Ron McCartney DE; 

Mickey Marvin OT; Steve PooleLB; Andy Spiva LB 
TOP NEWCOMERS: Thomas Rowsey DB; 

Russ Williams LB 
ALL-AMERICAN CANDIDATES: Mickey Marvin OT; 

Ron McCartney DE; Andy Spiva LB; Steve Poole LB; 

Stanley Morgan TB 
ALL-CONFERENCE CANDIDATES: Larry Seivers SE; 

Dave Brady OG; David Page DT; Ernie Ward DB; 

Mike Mauck DB 
1974 HIGHLIGHTS: Victory over Maryland (7-3) 

in Liberty Bowl 
SPORTS INFORMATION DIRECTOR 

Haywood Harris 
Office: (615) 974-3371 
HOME: (615) 584-3347 



1974 RESULTS (7-3-2) 






1975 


SCHEDULE 


17 


UCLA 


17 


Sept. 


13 


Maryland 


17 


Kansas 


3 


Sept. 


20 


at UCLA 





Auburn 


21 


Sept. 


27 


Auburn 


17 


Tulsa 


10 


Oct. 


4 


Open Date 


10 


LSU 


20 


Oct. 


11 


L.S.U. 


6 


Alabama 


28 


Oct. 


18 


Alabama 


29 


Clemson 


28 






(Birmingham) 


34 


Memphis State 


6 


Oct. 


25 


N. Texas State 


29 


Mississippi 


17 


Nov. 


1 


Colorado State 


24 


Kentucky 


7 


Nov. 


8 


Utah 


21 


Vanderbilt 


21 


Nov. 


15 


at Mississippi 


7 


Maryland 


3 


Nov. 


22 


at Kentucky 






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Nov. 


29 


at Vanderbilt 








Dec. 


6 


at Hawaii 




UNIVERSITY OF 
NORTH CAROLINA 

Sept. 20 

Chapel Hill, North Carolina 

Kenan Stadium (47,000) 

1:30 P.M. 

COACH: Bill Dooley 

(Mississippi State '56) 

RECORD: 49-40-0 
UNC RECORD: 49-40-0 



LOCATION: Chapel Hill, North Carolina 27514 

ENROLLMENT: 19,400 

COLORS: Blue and White 

NICKNAME: Tar Heels 

CONFERENCE: Atlantic Coast 

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: Homer Rice 

ASSISTANT COACHES: Pat Watson, Vito Ragazzo, 
Sandy Kinney, Charlie Carr, Jim Dickey, John Matlock, 
Al Groh, Jack Stanton, Tom Fletcher, Jim Donnan, 
John Guy, Bill Cannell 

CAPTAINS: Game Captains 

TEAM STRENGTH: Return of two 1,000 yard rushers- 
James Betterson and Mike Voight 

TEAM WEAKNESS: Inexperience 

LETTERMEN RETURNING: 31 

LETTERMEN LOST 19 

TOP RETURNING BACKS: James Betterson TB; Mike 
Vight TB; Ronny Johnson DB; Russ Conley DB; Mel 
Collins TB 

TOP RETURNING LINEMEN: Mark Cantrell C; 
Mark Griffin OT;Rod Broadway DT; Dee Hardison 
DT; Bobby Gay LB 

TOP NEWCOMERS: Alan Caldwell DB; Johnny Strat- 
ton QB; Johnny Elam QB; Mike Finn TE; Brooks 
Williams TE; Jeff Caldwell DB 

ALL-AMERICAN CANDIDATES: James Betterson TB; 
Mark Cantrell C 

ALL-ACC CANDIDATES: Mike Voight TB; Rod 
Broadway DT; Mel Collins TB 

1974 HIGHLIGHTS: Met Mississippi in Sun Bowl 

SPORTS INFORMATION DIRECTOR 
Rick Brewer 

OFFICE: (919) 933-2123 

HOME: (919) 929-2721 



1974 RESULTS (7-5) 



42 


Ohio University 


31 


Wake Forest 


12 


Maryland 


45 


Pittsburgh 


28 


Georgia Tech 


33 


N.C. State 


23 


South Carolina 


24 


Virginia 


32 


Clemson 


56 


Army 


14 


Duke 


24 


Mississippi State 





1975 


SCHEDULE 


Sept. 


6 


William & Mary 


Sept. 


20 


Maryland 


Sept. 


27 


at Ohio State 


Oct. 


4 


at Virginia 


Oct. 


11 


Notre Dame 


Oct. 


18 


at N.C. State 


Oct. 


25 


East Carolina 


Nov. 


1 


Wake Forest 


Nov. 


8 


Clemson 


Nov. 


15 


at Tulane 


Nov. 


22 


at Duke 



33 




UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY 

Sept. 27 

Lexington, Kentucky 

Commonwealth Stadium (58,000) 

1:30 P.M. 

COACH: Fran Curci 

(Miami Fla. '60) 

RECORD: 45-30-0 
KENTUCKY RECORD: 11-11 




SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY 

Oct. 4 

College Park, Maryland 

Byrd Stadium (47,000) 

1:30 P.M. 



COACH: 



Frank Maloney 
(Michigan '62) 



RECORD: 2-9 
SYRACUSE RECORD: 



2-9 



LOCATION: Lexington, Kentucky 40506 

ENROLLMENT: 21,000 

COLORS: Blue and White 

NICKNAME: Wildcats 

CONFERENCE: Southeastern 

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: Cliff Hagan 

ASSISTANT COACHES: Jon Mirilovich, Charlie 
Bailey, Dan Coughlin, John Cooper, Ron Blackledge, 
Billy Mitchell, David Wells,, Fletcher Carr, Buckshot 
Underwood 

CAPTAINS: Tom Rainieri NG; Wally Pesuit OT 

TEAM STRENGTH: Running Backs, Defensive 
Secondary 

TEAM WEAKNESS: Center, Tight End, Noseguard 

LETTERMEN RETURNING: 34 

LETTERMEN LOST: 17 

TOP RETURNING BACKS: Sonny Collins RB; 
Steve Campassi RB 

TOP RETURNING LINEMEN: Warren Bryant OT; 
Tom Ranieri NG 

TOP NEWCOMERS: Cliff Hite QB 

ALL-AMERICAN CANDIDATES: Sonny Collins RB; 
Warren Bryant OT 

ALL-SEC CANDIDATES: Sonny Collins RB; Warren 

Bryant OT 
1974 HIGHLIGHTS: 38-12 victory over Peach Bowl 

Bound Vanderbilt and 42-24 win over Sugar Bowl 

Bound Florida 

SPORTS INFORMATION DIRECTOR 
Russell Rice 

OFFICE: (606) 257-3838 

HOME: (606) 277-5639 



LOCATION: Syracuse, New York 13210 

ENROLLMENT: 10,440 

COLORS: Orange 

NICKNAME: Orangemen 

CONFERENCE: Independent 

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: Lester H. Dye 

ASSISTANT COACHES: Jerry Angelo, Marty Aubry, 
Tom Coughlin, Jim Goodfellow, Bill Spencer, Steve 
Szabo, Russ VVickerham, Dave Zuccarelli 

CAPTAINS: To Be Named 

TEAM STRENGTH: Wide Receivers, Defensive Tackles 

TEAM WEAKNESS: Offensive Line, Middle Guard, 
Depth in Defensive Secondary 

LETTERMEN RETURNING: 34 

LETTERMEN LOST: 19 

TOP RETURNING BACKS: Larry King DB; Jim 
Donoghue QB; Tom Voyda FB; Keith Moody DB; 
Nate Wright DB; Tim Moresco DB 

TOP RETURNING LINEMEN: Ray Preston LB; 
Lonnie Allgood SE; Ken Clarke DT; Joe Brennan SE; 
Jose St. Victor OT 

TOP NEWCOMERS: Bob Avery RB; Jim Sessler FB; 
Bill Varvari C 

ALL-AMERICAN CANDIDATES: Ray Preston LB; 
Lonnie Allgood SE 

ALL-EAST CANDIDATES: Larry King DB; Ken Clarke 
DT; Jose St. Victor OT 

SPORTS INFORMATION DIRECTOR 

Larry Kimball 

OFFICE: (315) 423-2608 
HOME: (315) 682-6002 

















1974 RESULTS (2-9) 






1975 


SCHEDULE 




1974 RESULTS (6-5) 






1975 


SCHEDULE 


23 
14 


Oregon State 
Kent State 


15 
20 


Sept. 
Sept. 


13 
20 


Villanova 
Iowa 


38 

3 

28 


Virginia Tech 
West Virginia 
Indiana 


7 
16 
22 


Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 


13 
20 
27 


Virginia Tech 

Kansas 

Maryland 



22 


Michigan State 
N.C. State 


19 
28 


Sept. 
Oct. 


27 
4 


at Tulane 
at Maryland 


10 


Miami (Ohio) 


14 


Oct. 


4 


at Penn State 





Maryland 


31 


Oct. 


11 


at Navy 


13 


Auburn 


31 


Oct. 


11 


Auburn 


17 


Navy 


9 


Oct. 


18 


Penn State 


20 


LSU 


13 


Oct. 


18 


at LSU 


14 


Penn State 


30 


Oct. 


25 


Boston College 


20 
30 

38 


Georgia 

Tulane 

Vanderbilt 


24 

7 
12 


Oct. 
Nov. 

Nov. 


25 
1 
8 


at Georgia 

Tulane 

at Vanderbilt 


13 

11 


Pittsburgh 
West Virginia 


21 
39 


Nov. 
Nov. 


1 
15 


Pittsburgh 
at Virginia 


42 


Florida 


24 


Nov. 


15 


at Florida 





Boston College 


45 


Nov. 


22 


West Virginia 


7 


Tennessee 


24 


Nov. 


22 


Tennessee 


7 


Miami (Fla) 


14 


Nov. 


29 


at Rutgers 



34 




NORTH CAROLINA STATE 

Oct. 11 

College Park, Maryland 

Byrd Stadium (47,000) 

1:30 P.M. 

COACH: Lou Holtz 

(Kent State *59) 

RECORD: 39-28-2 
NCS RECORD: 26-8-2 




WAKE FOREST UNIVERSITY 

Oct. 18 

Winston-Salem, North Carolina 

Groves Stadium (30,500) 

7:30 P.M. 

COACH: Chuck Mills 

(Illinois St. '50) 

RECORD: 67-67-4 
WF RECORD: 2-19-1 



LOCATION: Raleigh, North Carolina 27607 

ENROLLMENT: 15,790 

COLORS: Red and White 

NICKNAME: Wolfpack 

CONFERENCE: Atlantic Coast 

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: Willis Casey 

ASSISTANT COACHES: Chuck Amato, Larry Beightol, 

Bob Boswell, Brian Burke, Bob Harrison, Dale Haupt, 

Dick Kemp, Jerry Kirk, Bruce Mays 
CAPTAINS: Game Captains 
TEAM STRENGTH: Veteran QB, Excellent Punter, 

Lack of Glaring Weakness 
TEAM WEAKNESS: Inexperienced Backfield 
LETTERMEN RETURNING: 38 
LETTERMEN LOST: 22 
TOP RETURNING BACKS: Dave Buckey QB; Tommy 

London RB; Ralph Stringer DB; Eddie Poole DB; 

Pat Hovance WR 
TOP RETURNING LINEMEN: Jack Hall LB; Don 

Buckey SE; Bill Drushel T; Tom Serfass G; Mike 

Fagan T; Larry Shavis T; Ricky Knowles TE; Tom 

Higgins MG; Ron Banther DE; Jim Henderson DT 
TOP NEWCOMERS: Ed Callaway G; Jeff Easter DE; 

Johnny Evans FB; Buster Ray RB 
ALL-AMERICAN CANDIDATES: Dave Buckey QB; 

Ralph Stringer DB 
ALL-ACC CANDIDATES: Don Buckey SE; Pat Hovance 

WR; Tom Serfass G 
1974 HIGHLIGHTS: Astro-Bluebonnet Bowl Co- 
Champions — Beat Penn State 12-7 
SPORTS INFORMATION DIRECTOR 

Ed Seaman 
OFFICE: (919) 737-2102 
HOME: (919) 829-9186 



LOCATION: Winston-Salem, North Carolina 27109 

ENROLLMENT: 2,900 

COLORS: Old Gold and Black 

NICKNAME: Demon Deacons 

CONFERENCE: Atlantic Coast 

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: Dr. Gene Hooks 

ASSISTANT COACHES: Jim LaRue, Cliff Yoshida, 
Gene McKeehan, Bill Hayes, Steve Bernstein, Harry 
Elliott, Mike Cook, Win Headley 

CAPTAINS: Clark Gaines RB; Doug Benfield DE; 
Lew Henderson OT 

TEAM STRENGTH: Return of all key offensive people 

TEAM WEAKNESS: Lack of experience in both lines 

LETTERMEN RETURNING: 38 

LETTERMEN LOST: 14 

TOP RETURNING BACKS: Clark Gaines RB; Frank 
Harsh RB; Bill Armstrong DB; Ed McDonald DB 

TOP RETURNING LINEMEN: Lew Henderson OT; 
Tom Fehring TE; Doug Benfield DE 

TOP NEWCOMERS: Jerry McManus QB; Alan 
Zyskowski WR; Dan White DT; Jim Lloyd DT; 
Larry Rogers DT 

ALL-ACC CANDIDATES: Clark Gaines RB; Lew Hen- 
derson OT; Doug Benfield DE; Bill Armstrong DB 

SPORTS INFORMATION DIRECTOR 

Charlie Dayton 

OFFICE: (919) 722-1455 
HOME: (919) 768-1016 



1974 RESULTS (9-2-1) 






1975 


SCHEDULE 




1974 RESULTS (1-10) 






1975 SCHEDULE 


33 


Wake Forest 


15 


Sept. 


6 


East Carolina 


15 


N.C. State 


33 


Sept. 


6 SMU 


35 


Duke 


21 


Sept. 


13 


Wake Forest 


6 


William & Mary 


17 


Sept. 


13 at N.C. State 


31 


Clemson 


10 


Sept. 


20 


Florida 





North Carolina 


31 


Sept. 


20 Appalachian State 


28 


Syracuse 


22 


Sept. 


27 


at Michigan State 





Oklahoma 


63 


Sept. 


27 Kansas State 


24 


East Carolina 


20 


Oct. 


4 


Indiana 





Penn State 


55 


Oct. 


4 Open Date 


22 


Virginia 


21 


Oct. 


11 


at Maryland 





Maryland 


47 


Oct. 


11 at Clemson 


14 


North Carolina 


33 


Oct. 


18 


North Carolina 





Virginia 


14 


Oct. 


18 Maryland 


10 


Maryland 


20 


Oct. 


25 


at Clemson 


9 


Clemson 


21 


Oct. 


25 at Virginia 


42 


South Carolina 


27 


Nov. 


1 


South Carolina 


7 


Duke 


23 


Nov. 


1 at North Carolina 


12 


Penn State 


7 


Nov. 


8 


at Penn State 


21 


South Carolina 


34 


Nov. 


8 Duke 


35 


Arizona State 


14 


Nov. 


15 


at Duke 


16 


Furman 


10 


Nov. 


15 at South Carolina 


31 


Houston 


31 














Nov. 


22 at Virginia Tech 



35 




UNIVERSITY OF CINCINNATI 

Nov. 8 

Cincinnati, Ohio 

Riverfront Stadium (56,200) 

1:30 P.M. 

COACH: Tony Mason 

(Clarion State '50) 



RECORD: 11-11 
CINCINNATI RECORD: 



11-11 




PENN STATE UNIVERSITY 

Nov. 1 

College Park, Maryland 

Byrd Stadium (47,000) 

1:30 P.M. 



COACH: 



Joe Paterno 
(Brown '50) 



RECORD: 85-15-1 

PENN STATE RECORD: 85-15-1 



LOCATION: Cincinnati, Ohio 45221 

ENROLLMENT: 35,950 

COLORS: Red and Black 

NICKNAME: Bearcats 

CONFERENCE: Independent 

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: Hindman Wall 

ASSISTANT COACHES: Jim Kelly, Bob Shaw, Wayne 

Jones, Bob Valesente, Foge Fazio, Tony Yelovich, 

Karl Singer 
CAPTAINS: Game Captains 
TEAM STRENGTH: Overall defense with 10 of 11 

starters returning 
TEAM WEAKNESS: Depth at certain positions 
LETTERMEN RETURNING: 42 
LETTERMEN LOST: 7 
TOP RETURNING BACKS: Tom Liggins TB; Henry 

Miller QB; Jay Bonds FB; Rich Mercer TB: Tom 

Marvaso DB 
TOP RETURNING LINEMEN: Ralph Myers OG; 

Gardner Cobb OT; Ed Jones OT; Paul Hunter DT; Bill 

Fowler DE; Heiner Steffen DE; Mike Clark OG; Carl 

DeWalt OG: Greg Oradet DG; Clarence Sanders LB: 

Dwight Wilkins LB 
TOP NEWCOMERS: Dan Boyle OT; Chet DeLucia FB: 

Curtiss Williams TB; Joe Stalma TE: Mike Connell KS; 

Keith Jenkins DB; Mike Nichols FB 
ALL-AMERICAN CANDIDATES: Clarence Sanders LB; 

Tom Marvaso DB 
ALL-REGIONAL CANDIDATES: Dwight Wilkins LB; 

Tom Liggins TB; Ralph Myers OG; Bill Fowler DE 
1974 HIGHLIGHTS: 28-21 win over Rice in Houston 

and FG with 10 seconds left to top Temple 22-20 
SPORTS INFORMATION DIRECTOR 

Jerry Kissel 
OFFICE: (513) 475-5091 
HOME: (513) 475-3570 



LOCATION: University Park. Pennsylvania 16802 

ENROLLMENT: 31,000 

COLORS: Blue and White 

NICKNAME: Nittany Lions 

CONFERENCE: Independent 

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: E. M. Czekaj 

ASSISTANT COACHES: Dick Anderson, Booker 

Brooks. John Chuckran, Gregg Ducatte, Fran Ganter, 

Jim O'Hora, Bob Phillips, John Rosenberg, Jerry 

Sandusky, J. T. White 
CAPTAINS: John Quinn DT; Greg Buttle LB; Tom 

Rafferty OG 
TEAM STRENGTH: Linebackers, Defensive Secondary, 

Offensive Line, Running Backs 
TEAM CONCERNS: Quarterback, Wide Receiver, 

Defensive Line 
LETTERMEN RETURUNING: 25 
LETTERMEN LOST: 28 
TOP RETURNING BACKS: Duane Taylor FB; Jimmy 

Cefalo WR; Woody Petchel TB; Mike Johnson DB; 

Tom Odell DB 
TOP RETURNING LINEMEN: Greg Buttle LB; 

John Quinn DT: Tom Rafferty OG 
TOP NEWCOMERS: Ron Hosteller LB; John 

Carroll QB; John Andress QB 
ALL-AMERICAN CANDIDATES: Greg Buttle LB 
ALL-EAST CANDIDATES: Jimmy Cefalo WR; 

John Quinn DT: Tom Rafferty OG 
1974 HIGHLIGHTS: Cotton Bowl Champions Ranked 

Seventh Nationally 
SPORTS INFORMATION DIRECTOR 

John Morris 
OFFICE: (814) 865-1757 
HOME: (814) 237-6321 

















1974 RESULTS 


(10-2) 






1975 


i SCHEDULE 




1974 RESULTS (7-4) 






1975 


SCHEDULE 


24 


Stanford 




20 


Sept. 


6 


at Temple 


17 


Washington 


21 


Sept. 


13 


Richmond 


6 


Navy 




7 


Sept. 


13 


Stanford 


28 


Rice 


21 


Sept. 


20 


Memphis State 


27 


Iowa 







Sept. 


20 


at Ohio State 


7 


Louisville 


6 


Sept. 


27 


at Louisville 


21 


Army 




14 


Sept. 


27 


at Iowa 


7 


Memphis State 


13 


Oct. 


4 


at Temple 


55 


Wake Forest 







Oct. 


4 


Kentucky 


43 


Wichita State 





Oct. 


11 


at Tulsa 


30 


Syracuse 




14 


Oct. 


11 


West Virginia 


6 


Houston 


27 


Oct. 


18 


Arkansas State 


21 


West Virginia 




12 


Oct. 


18 


at Syracuse 


22 


Temple 


20 


Oct. 


25 


SVV Louisiana 


24 


Maryland 




17 


Oct. 


25 


Army 


35 


Ohio Univ. 


13 


Nov. 


1 


Houston 


7 


N.C. State 




12 


Nov. 


1 


at Maryland 


7 


Miami (Ohio) 


27 


Nov. 


8 


Maryland 


35 


Ohio Univers 


ity 


16 


Nov. 


8 


N.C. State 


35 


Tenn. (Chatt.) 


20 


Nov. 


15 


at Ohio Univ. 


31 


Pittsburgh 




10 


Nov. 


15 


Open Date 


20 


N.E. Louisiana 


7 


Nov. 


22 


at Miamia (Ohio) 


41 


Baylor 




20 


Nov. 


22 


at Pittsburgh 



36 







CLEMSON UNIVERSITY 

Nov. 15 

Clemson, South Carolina 

Memorial Stadium (43,451) 

1:00 P.M. 

COACH: Red Parker 

(Arkansas A&M '53) 

RECORD: 80-63-2 
CLEMSON RECORD: 12-10 



LOCATION: Clemson, South Carolina 29631 

ENROLLMENT: 10,500 

COLORS: Orange and White 

NICKNAME: Tigers 

CONFERENCE: Atlantic Coast 

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: Bill McLellan 

ASSISTANT COACHES: Dwight Adams, Tom Bass, 
Larry Becklish, Joe Burson, Ronnie Carter, Ed Emory, 
Tom Moore, Don Murry, Duke Owen, Harold Steel- 
man, Bill Swinger, Clyde Wrenn 

CAPTAINS: Game Captains 

TEAM STRENGTH: Receivers and Linebackers 

TEAM WEAKNESS: Inexperience at QB and Offensive 
Line 

LETTERMEN RETURNING: 48 

LETTERMEN LOST: 14 

TOP RETURNING BACKS: Ken Callicutt RB; Don 
Testerman RB; Peanut Martin DB 

TOP RETURNING LINEMEN: Gary Alexander OT; 
Neal Jetton OT; Jeff Mills DT; Jerome Hill DT; 
Bennie Cunningham TE; Jimmy Williamson LB 

TOP NEWCOMERS: Mike O'Cain QB; Lacy Brumley 
OG; Ronnie Smith LB 

ALL-AMERICAN CANDIDATES: Bennie Cunning- 
ham TE 

ALL-ACC CANDIDATES: Ken Callicutt RB; Jimmy 
Williamson LB; Peanut Martin DB 

1974 HIGHLIGHTS: Wins over Georgia 28-24 and 
North Carolina 54-32 (both bowl teams) and usual 
victory over South Carolina 39-21. 

SPORTS INFORMATION DIRECTOR 
Bob Bradley 

OFFICE: (803) 656-2101 

HOME: (803) 654-5419 




UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA 

• Nov. 22 

College Park, Maryland 

Byrd Stadium (47,000) 

1:30 P.M. 



COACH: 



Sonny Randle 
(Virginia '59) 



RECORD: 26-17 
VIRGINIA RECORD: 



4-7 



LOCATION: Charlottesville, Virginia 22903 

ENROLLMENT: 14,700 

COLORS: Orange and Blue 

NICKNAME: Cavaliers 

CONFERENCE: Atlantic Coast 

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: GeneCorrigan 

ASSISTANT COACHES: Oree Banks, Bill Clay, Joe 
Mark, Waverly Brooks, Mike Nelson, Frank Novak, 
Turnley Todd, Wayne Hepler, Steve Shaughnessy, 
Bill D'Andrea, Jim West 

CAPTAINS: Scott Gardner QB; Tom Glassic OG 
TEAM STRENGTH: Talent and experience of offensive 
unit led by Gardner and Glassic 

TEAM WEAKNESS: Overall depth and losses by 

graduation on defense 
LETTERMEN RETUURNING: 37 
LETTERMEN LOST: 18 
TOP RETURNING BACKS: Scott Gardner QB; Billy 

Copeland RB; David Sloan RB; Jay Morris DB 
TOP RETURNING LINEMEN: Tom Glassic OG; Rich 

Switalski C; Dennis Kuczynski OG 
TOP NEWCOMERS: John Choma DT; Greg McDaniel 

DE; Al Alvarez OT; Caesar Alvarez DT; Jim DiNenna 

DT; Derrick Glasper DB; Gary Gomolak DB; Andre 

Grier HB; Tracy Moon DB; Ron Walchack DB; Russ 

Henderson QB; Dan Hottowe DB; Kevin Keto LB; 

Joe Kinney RB; Chip Mark QB 
ALL-AMERICAN CANDIDATES: Scott Gardner QB; 

Tom Glassic OG 
ALL-ACC CANDIDATES: Dennis Kuczynski OG; Rich 

Switalski C; Billy Copeland RB; Jay Morris DB; 

John Choma DT 
1974 HIGHLIGHTS: 28-27 win over Virginia Tech by 

stopping two point try after time had expired. 

SPORTS INFORMATION DIRECTOR 

Barney Cooke 
OFFICE: (804) 924-3011 
HOME: (804) 293-6791 





1974 RESULTS (7-4) 






1975 


SCHEDULE 




1974 RESULTS (4-7) 






1975 


SCHEDULE 





Texas A&M 


24 


Sept. 


13 


Tulane 


28 


Navy 


35 


Sept. 


13 


Navy 


10 


N.C. State 


31 


Sept. 


20 


at Alabama 


38 


William & Mary 


28 


Sept. 


20 


V.M.I. 


21 


Georgia Tech 


17 


Sept. 


27 


at Georgia Tech 


7 


Duke 


27 


Sept. 


27 


at Duke 


28 


Georgia 


24 


Oct. 


4 


at Georgia 


24 


Georgia Tech 


28 


Oct. 


4 


North Carolina 





Maryland 


41 


Oct. 


11 


Wake Forest 


21 


N.C. State 


22 


Oct. 


11 


at South Carolina 


17 


Duke 


13 


Oct. 


18 


at Duke 


28 


Virginia Tech 


27 


Oct. 


18 


at Virginia Tech 


28 


Tennessee 


29 


Oct. 


25 


N.C. State 


14 


Wake Forest 





Oct. 


25 


Wake Forest 


21 


Wake Forest 


9 


Nov. 


1 


Florida State 


10 


North Carolina 


24 


Nov. 


1 


at Vanderbilt 


54 


North Carolina 


32 


Nov. 


8 


at North Carolina 


28 


V.M.I. 


10 


Nov. 


8 


East Carolina 


28 


Virginia 


9 


Nov. 


15 


Maryland 


8 


Clemson 


28 


Nov. 


15 


Syracuse 


39 


South Carolina 


21 


Nov. 


22 


at South Carolina 





Maryland 


10 


Nov. 


22 


at Maryland 



37 



MARYLAND 1974 VARSITY STATISTICS: 

WON 8, LOST 3 



FIRST DOWNS 

Rushing 

Passing 

Penalties 

TOTAL PLAYS (less kicks) . . . 

Rushing Plays 

Passing Plays 

AVG PLAYS PER GAME .... 

YARDS GAINED RUSHING . . . 

Yards Lost Rushing 

NET YARDS RUSHING .... 

Avg Yds Per Game Rushing 
Avg Yds Per Play Rushing 

PASSES/ATT/COMP/HAD INT . . 
Completion Percentage .... 

YARDS GAINED PASSING . . . 

Avg Yds Per Game Passing 

Avg Yds Per Attempt 

Avg Yds Per Completion .... 

YARDS GAINED TOTAL OFFENSE . 
Avg Yds Gained Per Game 
Avg Yds Gained Per Play .... 

INTERCEPTIONS/YARDS RETURNED 

PUNTS/YARDS/AVG 

Avg Per Punt After Return • . 

PUNT RETURNS/YARDS/A VG . . 

KICKOFF RETURNS/YARDS/A VG . 

FUMBLES/LOST 

PENALTIES/YARDS 

TOUCHDOWNS 

FIELD GOALS/ ATT 

SAFETIES 

PAT/KICK 

Run 

Pass 

TD/Rushing 

Passing 

Interception Returns .... 

TOTAL POINTS SCORED . . . 

AVG POINTS PER GAME . . . 



OPPONENTS 

145 

72 

64 

9 

728 
527 
201 

66.2 

1958 
487 

1471 
133.7 

2.8 

201/90/13 
.448 

1351 

122.8 

6.7 

15.0 

2822 

256.6 

3.9 

12/100 

86/3079/35.8 
30.2 

22/112/5.1 

35/692/19.8 

30/17 

35/329 

13 

3/12 



10/10 
0/2 
0/1 

5 
6 
2 

97 



MARYLAND 

210 

116 
84 
10 

824 
572 
252 

74.9 

2789 
282 

2507 

227.9 

4.4 

252/144/11 
.571 

1977 
179.7 

7.9 
13.7 

4484 

407.6 

5.4 

13/102 

54/2302/42.6 
40.6 

39/480/12.3 

25/478/19.1 

31/18 

66/677 

38 

15/25 

2 

34/36 
0/0 

1/2 

30 
7 
1 

313 

28.5 







SCORING 


BY 


QUARTERS 








FIRST 


SECOND 




THIRD 


FOURTH 


TOTAL 


OPPONENTS 


17 


35 




24 


21 


— 97 


MARYLAND 


58 


99 


38 


87 


69 


— 313 



INDIVIDUAL VARSITY STATISTICS: 



RUSHING att 

Carter 224 

Jennings 80 

Manges 43 

Bloomingdale 44 

Wilson 26 

W. White 10 
Kinard 



27 

Schultz 35 

Avellini 40 

Roy 11 

DeCarlo 10 

Brancato 4 

Black 13 

Raba 1 

Hoover 1 

Harris 1 

TEAM 1 

PASSING att 

Avellini 189 
Manges 



Kinard 

Carter 

Harris 



25 

24 

10 

4 



GAIN 

1067 

486 

260 

228 

144 

117 

116 

107 

132 

36 

30 

20 

36 

6 

4 





COMP 

112 
16 

12 

2 
2 



LOST 

76 

16 

27 

2 

3 

1 

10 

10 

91 

4 





18 





10 



NET 
991 

470 

233 

226 

141 

116 

106 

97 

41 

32 

30 

20 

18 

6 

4 

-10 



AVG 


LG 


TD 


4.4 


76 


6 


5.9 


60 


2 


5.4 


24 


2 


5.1 


20 


1 


5.4 


45 


2 


11.6 


52 


2 


3.9 


23 





2.8 


12 


7 


1.0 


30 


2 


2.9 


7 


2 


3.0 


7 





5.0 


8 


1 


1.4 


13 


1 


6.0 


6 





4.0 


4 


1 



14 —14 



PCT 

.593 
.640 
.500 
.200 
.500 



INT 
6 
1 

3 

1 

YARDS 
1689 

1021 
407 

207 



YDS 

1648 



LG 

66 



174 47 
105 22 



30 
20 



16 
13 



TOTAL OFFENSE plays 

Avellini 229 

Carter 234 

Manges 68 

Kinard 47 

PASS RECEIVING no yds avg 

Russell 31 404 13.0 

W. White 27 440 16.3 

Carter 20 221 11.1 

Schultz 16 212 13.3 

Bloomingdale 15 185 12.3 

Hoover 8 149 18.6 

Jennings 6 122 20.3 

Wilson 5 34 6.8 

Raba 4 45 11.3 

DeCarlo 3 64 21.3 

Roy 3 27 9.0 

Alkire 2 37 18.5 

Black 2 8 4.0 

Schmaltz 1 18 18.0 

Brancato 1 11 11.0 



LG 

38 
66 
25 
43 
35 
61 
52 
14 
21 
47 
16 
19 
7 
18 
11 



TD 

7 







AVG 


TDR 


7.4 


9 


4.4 


5 


6.0 


2 


4.4 






TD 

3 
1 

2 





1 










MIKE-MAYER 

FIELD GOALS: ATTEMPTED by DISTANCE 

i9_ _22_ _22_ _22_ _25_ _30_ 31 32 33 34 35 
37 37 39 _40_ 40 42 44_ 44 45 45 49 
50 58 60 

FIELD GOALS MADE ARE UNDERLINED 



KICKOFF RETURNS 

Carter 

Jennings 

Schultz 

Smith 

Hoover 

Raba 

Roy 

PUNT RETURNS 

Schroy 

Smith 

Jennings 

Zachary 

R. White 

Cielensky 

Brechbiel 

PUNTING 

Waganheim 
Hughes 

INTERCEPTIONS 

Brechbiel 

Schroy 

Smith 

Zannoni 

Carr 

Cielensky 



NO 

11 

6 
4 

1 

1 
1 
1 

NO 

11 

19 
4 

2 

1 
1 
1 



YDS 

286 

133 

32 

17 

7 

3 



YDS 

206 
171 
34 
25 
21 
10 
3 



NO YDS 

52 2193 
2 109 



NO 

4 
3 
3 

1 
1 
1 



YDS 

55 
38 

9 





AVG 

26.0 

22.2 

8.0 

17.0 

7.0 

3.0 



AVG 

18.7 

9.0 

8.5 

12.5 

21.0 

10.0 

3.0 

AVG 

42.2 
54.5 

LG 

23 
14 

9 





LG 

62 
61 
14 

17 
7 
3 



LG 

68 
59 
22 
17 
21 
10 
3 

LG 

65 
66 

TD 

1 





o- 





OPPONENTS FUMBLES RECOVERED 

Waiters 3, R. White 2, Campbell 2, Sharpless 2, Ulam, 
Santa, Foster, Salley, Deitz, LaHayne, Cielensky, Smith 

SCORING 

79 Mike-Mayer 15 FG 34/36 PAT 

56 Schultz 1-1-1-1-2-4-7 runs 3-27 pass, 2 pt conv 

42 Carter 1-2-2-6-44-76 runs, 22 pass 

30 White 34-66-13 pass, 8-10 runs 

18 Roy 4-4-4 runs 

12 Avellini 4-30 runs 

12 Jennings 2-12 runs 

12 Manges 5-17 runs 

12 Wilson 3-45 runs 

6 Brechbiel 17 interception return 

6 Raba 5 pass 

6 Hoover 4 run 

6 Brancato 1 run 

6 Bloomingdale 1 run 



39 



MARYLAND DEFENSIVE STATISTICS: 

11 GAMES 











FIRST 




MINUS 


NO 


MINUS 


QB 


TIP 


CAUSE 


RECOV 


PASS 


BLOCKED 


POS 


NAME 


TACKLES HIT 


ASSIST 


PLAYS 


GAIN 


YARDS 


SACKS 


PASS 


FUMBL 


FUMBL 


INT 


KICKS 




LB 


Walters 




173 


84 


89 


7 


7 


33 


2 


4 




4 


3 








Punt 


T 


White 




147 


68 


79 


24 


11 


122 


12 


4 




5 


2 





1 


(safety) 


T 


Campbell 




94 


36 


58 


4 


4 


32 


4 







4 


2 










G 


Visaggio 




87 


41 


46 


3 


5 


13 


2 







2 













G 


Deitz 




84 


49 


35 


5 


3 


9 


2 


1 




1 


1 










LB 


Zannoni 




84 


37 


47 





2 








2 










1 







G 


Divito 




82 


49 


33 


8 


4 


38 


6 





















LB 


Santa 




73 


33 


40 


6 


1 


20 


3 







1 


1 










T 


Fisher 




67 


24 


43 


6 





35 


3 


1 


















E 


Hughes 




65 


39 


26 


9 


3 


44 


3 





















HB 


Schroy 




48 


25 


23 

































E 


Sharpless 




45 


23 


22 


11 


1 


56 


4 







1 


2 










SF 


Smith 




44 


20 


24 






















1 


3 







LB 


Benson 




38 


23 


15 


1 





2 





1 


















E 


Shihda 




27 


10 


17 


1 





1 










1 













E 


Evans 




27 


14 


13 





1 



























HB 


Brechbiel 




26 


13 


13 

























4 


4 


(safety- 
punt- 
































2FG-PAT 


HB 


Ulam 




26 


17 


9 






















1 










G 


D. Harris 




26 


12 


14 


2 


1 


13 


2 





















SF 


Zachary 




22 


16 


6 


1 


1 


2 
























G 


Salley 




21 


13 


8 


3 


3 


20 


2 







1 


1 










LB 


Carr 




19 


8 


11 

























1 







LB 


Miller 




17 


8 


9 


1 





5 


1 










1 










T 


DiCaprio 




16 


3 


13 

































HB 


Cielensky 




14 


8 


6 














1 







1 


1 







T 


LaHayne 




13 


6 


7 


3 





9 


1 










1 










HB 


Younge 




9 


4 


5 


1 





6 
























E 


Foster 




5 


2 


3 


2 


1 


21 


2 










1 










SF 


L. Harris 












































ALABAMA 


7 


7 


7 


—21 


N.C. STATE 


3 


7 


- 


-10 


SACKS LISTED ABOVE; 


ire only 


MARYLAND 





6 


3 7 


—16 


MARYLAND 


10 


3 


7 - 


-20 


for i 


QB sacks 


on pass rush 




FLORIDA 





7 


10 


—17 


PENN i 


STATE 


7 14 





3 - 


-24 


TIPPED PASSES: 


are only for 


MARYLAND 


3 


7 





—10 


MARYLAND 


14 





3 - 


-17 


those tipped i 


or knocked down on 


























pass 


rush. 








UNC 










12 


—12 


VILLANOVA 








- 


- 












MARYLAND 





14 


7 3 


—24 


MARYLAND 


10 9 


15 


7 —41 


FIVE SHUTOUTS for fii 


rst time 



SYRACUSE 

MARYLAND 7 10 14 

CLEMSON 

MARYLAND 10 10 21 



- DUKE 7 
-31 MARYLAND 21 14 21 

- VIRGINIA 
-41 MARYLAND 3 7 



since 1953 NATIONAL CHAM- 
6 _13 PIONS recorded six. 
—56 

ACC CHAMPIONS: First time 
— ever for outright title; had shared 
— 10 title twice with Duke. 



WAKE FOR. 0—0 
MARYLAND 7 12 21 7 —47 



IN ACC: Outscored opponents 
198-35. 



40 



1974 LIBERTY BOWL STATISTICS: 



MARYLAND 
TENNESSEE 








3 









—3 
7 —7 



SCORING: Md. FG Mike-Mayer 28 yards 

Tenn: Seivers 11 pass from Wallace 
(Townsend Kick) 



MARYLAND TENNESSEE 



TOTAL FIRST DOWNS 

TOTAL NET YARDS 

OFFENSIVE PLAYS 
Avg Gain Per Play 

NET YARDS RUSHING 
Rushing Plays 
Avg Gain Per Rush 

NET YARDS PASSING 

ATTEMPTS/ 

COMPLETIONS/ 
HAD INTERCEPTED 

Avg Gain Per Pass Play 
PUNTS/AVERAGE 
FUMBLES/LOST 
PENALTIES/YARDS 
TOTAL RETURN YARDS 



16 


15 


266 


238 


66 


70 


4.0 


3.4 


108 


173 


42 
2.6 


53 
3.3 


158 


65 


24/15 
2 


16/7 



6.6 


4.0 


6/41.0 


7/39.1 


3/3 


4/2 


4/63 


8/69 


114 


76 



INDIVIDUAL RUSHING— 


MARYLAND 








ATT 




YDS 


AVG 


LG 


Carter 




22 




65 


3.0 


16 


Bloomingd; 


ale 


8 




36 


4.5 


10 


Schultz 




3 




29 


9.6 


16 


W. White 




1 




8 


8.0 


8 


Roy 




1 




6 


6.0 


6 


Brancato 




1 




3 


3.0 


3 


Avellini 




5 




-25 


-5.0 


3 


Team 




1 




-14 








PASSING- 


—MARYLAND 






ATT 


COMP 


YDS TD 


LG 


Avellini 


22 




15 


158 


28 


Carter 


2 















PASS RECEIVING- 


—MARYLAND 










NO 




YDS 


LG 


Carter 






6 




49 


17 


W. White 






5 




68 


28 


DeCarlo 






1 




15 


15 


Bloomingd; 


ale 




1 




12 


12 


Russell 






1 




11 


11 


Roy 






1 




3 


3 




Russell with Carter Pass 
41 



1973 PEACH BOWL STATISTICS 



MARYLAND 
GEORGIA 

SCORING: Ga. 

Md. 

Md. 
Ga. 
Ga. 

Md. 
Md. 



10 
10 



6 — 16 
0—17 



Ponlos 62 pass from Johnson 

(Leavitt Kick) 
Walter White 68 pass from Carter 

(Mike-Mayer Kick) 
FG Mike-Mayer 36 yards 
FG Leavitt 26 yards 
Johnson 1 run 

(Leavitt Kick) 
FG Mike-Mayer 25 yards 
FG Mike-Mayer 28 yards 



TOTAL FIRST DOWNS 
TOTAL NET YARDS 
OFFENSIVE PLAYS 

Avg. Gain Per Play 
NET YARDS RUSHING 

Rushing Plays 

Avg. Gain Per Rush 
NET YARDS PASSING 
ATTEMPTS/COMPLETIONS 

HAD INTERCEPTED 

Avg. Gain Per Pass Play 
PUNTS/AVERAGE 
FUMBLES/LOST 
PENALTIES/YARDS 
TOTAL RETURN YARDS 



MARYLAND 

15 
461 

70 

6.7 
219 

52 

4.2 

242 

18/8 

1 

14.2 

6/31.8 

4/3 

5/63 

78 



GEORGIA 

11 

284 

72 

3.9 

170 

56 

3.0 

114 

16/5 

1 

7.1 

8/41.3 

2/2 

1/5 

135 



INDIVIDUAL RUSHING MARYLAND 





ATT 




YDS 


AVG 


LG 


Carter 


29 




126 


4.3 


48 


Jennings 


5 




41 


8.2 


18 


Kinard 


14 




40 


2.9 


12 


W.White 


1 




8 


8.0 


8 


Schultz 


1 




3 


3.0 


3 


Bloomingdale 


2 




1 


0.5 


1 




PASSING 


— 


MARYLAND 






ATT 


COMP 


YDS TD 


LG 


Kinard 


8 


4 




113 


43 


Carter 


3 


2 




83 1 


68 


Avellini 


6 


2 




46 


26 


Neville 


1 














PASS RECEIVING-MARYLAND 



NO 


YDS 


LG 


TD 


3 


75 


43 





2 


106 


68 


1 


2 


35 


20 





1 


26 


26 






Jennings 
W. White 
Russell 
Carter 



INTERCEPTIONS 

Harry Walters, LB 1 for 9 yds 



NEW PEACH BOWL RECORDS 

MOST FIELD GOALS SCORED: 3 by Steve Mike-Mayer (Maryland 1973) 

LONGEST COMPLETED PASS: 68 yards (TD) Louis Carter to Walter White (Maryland 1973) 

MOST FIRST DOWNS BY PENALTIES: 2 by Georgia (Tied Record) 

FEWEST Fl RST DOWNS BY TWO TEAMS: 26-1 1 by Georgia & 15 by Maryland 

FEWEST YARDS PENALIZED: 5 by Georgia vs Maryland 1973 

MOST FUMBLES LOST BY BOTH TEAMS: 3 by Maryland & 2 by Georgia 




Louis Carter throws 68 yard TD pass to Walter White in 2nd quarter. 

42 



TERP LEADERS OVER THE YEARS— Single Season Marks 
(Regular Season Games) 



SCORING 

97 Bob Shemonski — 1950 

96 Lu Gambino — 1947 

96 Ed Vereb — 1955 

84 Louis Carter — 1973 

79 Steve Mike-Mayer — 1974 

69 Steve Mike-Mayer — 1973 

66 Ed Modzelewski — 1951 

56 John Schultz — 1974 

55 Darryl Hill — 1963 

55 Kambiz Behbahani — 1971 

54 Bernie Faloney — 1953 

54 Dick Bielski — 1954 

53 Ralph Felton — 1953 

50 Billy Lovett — 1968 

TOUCHDOWNS 

16 Lu Gambino — 1947 

16 Bob Shemonski — 1950 

16 Ed Vereb— 1955 

14 Louis Carter — 1973 

11 Ed Modzelewski — 95 1 

9 Bernie Faloney — 1954 

9 John Schultz — 1974 

8 Dan Bungori — 1971 

8 Jimmy Joyce — 1959 

8 Darryl Hill — 1963 

8 Billy Lovett— 1968 

TOUCHDOWN RECEPTIONS 

8 Dan Bungori — 1971 

7 Billy Van Heusen — 1966 

7 Darryl Hill — 1963 

6 Don Ratliff — 1972 

5 Walter White — 1973 
4 Tom Brown — 1962 
4 Gary Collins— 1959 
4 Gary Collins — 1960 
4 Gary Collins— 1961 

4 Lloyd Colteryahn — 1952 

4 Lou Weidensaul — 1951 

4 Lou Weidensaul — 1952 

INTERCEPTIONS 

10 Bob Sullivan — 1965 

8 Tim Brown— 1961 

7 Bob Smith — 1972 

6 Larry Marshall — 1971 
6 Tom Brown — 1962 

6 Bernie Faloney — 1953 

6 Joe Horning — 1951 

RUSHING PLAYS 

224 Louis Carter — 1974 

221 Art Seymore — 1970 

218 Louis Carter— 1973 

217 Billy Lovett — 1968 

182 Bo Hickey — 1964 

1 69 Tommy Miller — 1969 

156 Len Chiaverini — 1962 

137 Jimmy Joyce — 1959 

137 Billy Lovett — 1967 

125 Lu Gambino — 1947 

1 19 Louis Carter — 1972 



TOTAL OFFENSE 

1689 Bob Avellini — 1974 

1426 Dick Shiner — 1962 

1395 Alan Pastrana — 1966 

1386 Jack Scarbath — 1952 

1265 Al Neville — 1971 

1257 Bob Avellini — 1972 

1186 Dick Shiner— 1963 

1076 Tommy Mont — 1942 

1042 Phil Petry — 1964 

1022 Dick Shiner— 1961 




<\ 



LOUIS CARTER 

All - ACC 



YARDS PASSING 

1648 Bob Avellini — 1974 

1499 Alan Pastrana — 1966 

1324 Dick Shiner — 1962 

1275 Al Neville— 1971 

1251 Bob Avellini — 1972 

1165 Dick Shiner— 1963 

1 149 Jack Scarbath — 1952 

1076 Tommy Mont — 1942 

1053 Alan Pastrana — 1968 

921 Dick Shiner— 1961 



MOST PASS COMPLETIONS 

121 Dick Shiner — 1962 

112 Bob Avellini — 1974 

108 Dick Shiner — 1963 

107 Al Neville — 1971 

102 Al Pastrana — 1966 

98 Bob Avellini — 1972 

82 Dale Betty — 1960 

81 Al Pastrana — 1968 

75 Jeff Shugars — 1970 

73 Phil Petry — 1964 

MOST YARDS 

PASS RECEPTIONS 

593 Lloyd Colteryahn — 1952 

557 Tom Brown — 1962 

536 Billy Van Heusen — 1966 

516 Darryl Hill — 1963 

515 Dan Ratliff — 1972 

499 Roland Merritt — 1969 

490 Dan Bungori — 1971 

472 Frank Russell — 1972 

468 Frank Russell — 1973 

462 Bobby Collins — 1965 

MOST PASS RECEPTIONS 

47 Tom Brown — 1962 

43 Darryl Hill — 1963 

39 Frank Russell — 1973 

36 Don Ratliff — 1972 

32 Dan Bungori — 1971 

32 Dennis O'Hara — 1 97 1 

32 Lloyd Colteryahn — 1952 

31 Frank Russell — 1974 

30 Frank Russell — 1972 

30 Gary Collins — 1960 

30 Gary Collins— 1961 

27 Walter White — 1973 

27 Walter White — 1974 

MOST TOUCHDOWN PASSES 

17 Alan Pastrana — 1966 

12 Tommy Mont — 1942 

10 Al Neville— 1971 

10 Dick Shiner— 1963 

10 Jack Scarbath — 1952 

10 Vic Turyn — 1948 

8 Jack Scarbath— 1951 

7 Dick Shiner— 1961 

7 Bob Avellini — 1972 

7 Bob Avellini — 1974 

YARDS RUSHING 

991 Louis Carter — 1974 

963 Billy Lovett — 1968 

945 Art Seymore — 1970 

904 Lu Gambino — 1947 

894 Bo Hickey — 1964 

834 Ed Modzelewski — 1951 

801 Louis Carter — 1973 

753 Chet Hanulak — 1953 

642 Ed Vereb — 1955 

629 Tom Miller — 1969 

625 Ed Modzelewski — 1949 

602 Len Chiaverini — 1962 



43 



TERPS ON ALL-ACC TEAMS 
"Atlantic Coast Sports — Writers Association" 



1953 — FIRST TEAM 

Stan Jones — Tackle 
Jack Bowersox — Guard 
Bernie Faloney — Back 
Chester Hanulak — Back 

SECOND TEAM 

Bill Walker — End 
Bob Morgan — Tackle 
Ralph Felton — Back 

THIRD TEAM 

John Irvine — Center 
Marty Crytzer — End 

PLAYER OF YEAR 

Bernie Faloney — Back 

COACH OF YEAR 

Jim Tatum 



1954 — FIRST TEAM 

Bill Walker — End 
Dick Bielski — Back 
Ronnie Waller — Back 



SECOND TEAM 

Bob Pellegrini — Guard 
John Irvine — Center 

THIRD TEAM 

Jack Bowersox — Guard 

1955 — FIRST TEAM 

Mike Sandusky — Tackle 
Jack Davis — Guard 
Bob Pellegini — Center 
Ed Vereb — Back 

SECOND TEAM 

Bill Walker — End 
Russell Dennis — End 
Frank Tamburello — Back 

PLAYER OF YEAR 

Bob Pellegrini — Center 

COACH OF YEAR 

Jim Tatum 

JACOBS BLOCKING 
TROPHY 

Bob Pellegrini — Center 



1956 — FIRST TEAM 

Mike Sandusky — Tackle 
Jack Davis — Guard 

THIRD TEAM 

Gene Alderton — Center 



1957 _ FIRST TEAM 

Ed Cooke — End 

Rod Breedlove — Guard 

SECOND TEAM 

Gene Alderton — Center 



1958 — SECOND TEAM 

Fred Cole — Tackle 
Rod Breedlove — Guard 



1959 — SECOND TEAM 

Tom Gunderman — Guard 
Jim Joyce — Back 



1960 — FIRST TEAM 

Gary Collins — End 

1961 — FIRST TEAM 

Gary Collins — End 
Bob Hacker — Center 

SECOND TEAM 

Roger Shoals — Tackle 
Bill Kirchiro — Tackle 

1962 — FIRST TEAM 

Walter Rock — Guard 
Dick Shiner — Back 
Tom Brown — Back 

1963 — SECOND TEAM 

Dick Shiner — Back 

1964 — FIRST TEAM 

Jerry Fishman — Guard 

SECOND TEAM 

Olaf Drozdov — Tackle 
Tom Hickey — Back 



1965 — DEFENSE TEAM 

Bob Sullivan — Back 

1966 — DEFENSE TEAM 

Dick Absher — End 

1969 — OFFENSIVE TEAM 

Ralph Sonntag — Tackle 

JACOBS BLOCKING 
TROPHY 

Ralph Sonntag 

1970 — DEFENSIVE TEAM 

Guy Roberts — End 

1971 —OFFENSIVE TEAM 

Dan Bungori — End 

1972 _ DEFENSIVE TEAM 

Paul Vellano — Guard 
Bob Smith — Safety 

1973 — DEFENSIVE TEAM 

Randy White — Tackle 
Paul Vellano — Guard 
Bob Smith — Safety 

OFFENSIVE TEAM 

Louis Carter — Tailback 

COACH OF YEAR 

Jerry Claiborne 

1974 — DEFENSIVE TEAM 

Bob Smith — Safety 

Harry Walters — Linebacker 

Randy White — Tackle 

OFFENSIVE TEAM 

Louis Carter — Tailback 
Stan Rogers — Tackle 
Steve Mike-Mayer — Kicker 

PLAYER OF YEAR 

Randy White — Def, Tackle 



44 



MARYLAND ALL-AMERICANS 



HONORABLE MENTION ALL-AMERICANS (AP & UP) 



1931 


Jess Krajcovic — G 


1934 


Norwood Sothoron — FB 




Vic Willis — E 




Bill Guckeyson — HB 




Ed Minion — T 


1935 


Bill Guckeyson — HB 




Vic Willis — E 


1936 


Bill Guckeyson — HB 


1937 


Jim Meade — HB 


1940 


Bob Smith — C 




Ralph Albarano — T 


1942 


Tommy Mont — QB 




Paul Flick — C 


1947 


Lou Gambino — HB 




Gene Kinney — C 


1948 


Ray Krouse — T 




Elmer Wingate — E 


1950 


Ed Modzelewski — FB 


1951 


Jack Scarbath — QB 




Tom Cosgrove — C 




Dave Cianelli — FB 




Joe Petruzzo — HB 


1952 


Stan Jones — T 



1953 ChetHanulak — HB 
Ralph Felton — FB 

Bill Walker — E 
John Irvine — C 
Bob Morgan — T 

1954 Dick Bielski — FB 
Ronnie Waller — HB 
Jack Bowersox — G 
John Irvine — C 
Bill Walker — E 
Bob Pellegrini — G 
George Palahunik — G 

1955 Mike Sandusky — T 
Jack Davis — G 

Frank Tamburello — QB 
Ed Heuring — T 

1956 Mike Sandusky — T 
Jack Davis — G 
Gene Alderton — C 

1957 Rod Breedlove — G 
Ed Cooke — E 
Gene Alderton — C 

1958 Rod Breedlove — G 
Fred Cole — T 



1959 Rod Breedlove — G 
Jim Joyce — FB 
Gary Collins — E 
Tom Gunderman — G 
Kurt Schwarz — T 

1960 Gary Collins — E 
Dale Betty — QB 

1961 Bob Hacker — C 

1962 Dick Shiner — QB 
Walter Rock — G 
Roger Shoals — T 
Tom Brown — HB 

1965 Bob Sullivan — DB 

1969 Ralph Sonntag — OT 

1970 Guy Roberts — DE 

1972 Paul Vellano — DG 
Bob Smith — DB 

1 973 Randy White — DT 
Louis Carter — HB 
Bob Smith — DB 

1974 Louis Carter — HB 
Steve Mike-Mayer — KS 
Stan Rogers — OT 
Bob Smith — DB 
Harry Walters — LB 
Walter White — TE 



FOOTBALL WRITERS ASSOCIATION 

First Team 
1961 Gary Collins — E 
1974 Randy White — DT 



AMERICAN FOOTBALL COACHES ASSOCIATION 

First Team 
1961 Gary Collins — E 

1973 Paul Vellano — DG 

1974 Randy White — DT 



ASSOCIATED PRESS 





First Team 


1950 


Bob Ward — G 


1951 


Bob Ward — G 


1952 


Jack Scarbath — QB 
Dick Modzelewski — T 


1953 


Stan Jones — T 


1955 


Bob Pellegrini — C 


1973 


Randy White — DT 


1974 


Randy White — DT 




Second Team 


1923 


Bill Supplee — E 


1928 


Gerald Snyder — FB 


1949 


Ray Krouse — T 


1951 


Dick Modzelewski — T 
Ed Modzelewski — FB 


1953 


Bernie Faloney — QB 


1954 


Bill Walker — E 


1961 


Gary Collins — E 




Third Team 


1955 


Ed Vereb — HB 


1973 


Paul Vellano — DG 



INTERNATIONAL NEWS SERVICE 
(now merged as UPI) 

First Team 

1951 Bob Ward — G 

1952 Jack Scarbath — QB 
Dick Modzelewski — T 

1953 Stan Jones — T 
Bernie Faloney — QB 

1955 Bob Pellegrini — C 

Second Team 
1953 ChetHanulak — HB 
1955 Ed Vereb — HB 



THE SPORTING NEWS 
First Team 

1951 Bob Ward — G 

1952 Jack Scarbath — QB 
Dick Modzelewski — T 

1953 Stan Jones — T 
Bernie Faloney — QB 

1955 Bob Pellegrini — C 
Mike Sandusky — T 

1974 Randy White — DT 

Steve Mike-Mayer — KS 



UNITED PRESS 



1973 



First Team 
Bob Ward — G 
Jack Scarbath — QB 



1951 

1952 

Dick Modzelewski 

1953 Stan Jones — T 

1955 Bob Pellegini — C 

1961 Gary Collins — E 

1974 Randy White — DT 

Second Team 

1950 Bob Ward — G 

195 1 Ed Modzelewski — FB 
1953 Bernie Faloney — QB 
1955 Mike Sandusky — T 



Bill Walker — E 
Paul Vellano — DG 



Third Team 
1951 Dick Modzelewski • 
1955 Ed Vereb — HB 



TIME MAGAZINE 

First Team 
1974 Randy White — DT 



Steve Mike-Mayer — KS 



45 



MARYLAND COACHES 
DOWN THE YEARS 



MARYLAND AGGIES 



UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 



Year 


Head Coach 






WL 


T 


1920 


















1921 




1892 


*W. W. Skinner 






3 





1922 




1893 


*S. H. Harding 






6 





1923 




1894 


*J. G. Bannon 






3 3 





1924 




1895 


No Team 










1925 




1896 


*Grenville Lewis 






6 2 


2 


1926 




1897 


*John Lillibridge 






2 4 





1927 


^H. C.Byrd 


1898 


*J. F. Kenly 






2 5 





1928 




1899 


* S.M.Cooke 






1 4 





1929 




1900 


*F. H. Peters 






3 4 


1 


1930 




1901 


*E. B. Dunbar 






1 7 





1931 




1902") 








3 5 


2 


1932 




1903 


■ D. JohnMarkey 






7 4 





1933 
1934, 




1904) 








2 4 


2 




19051 
1906] 


Fred Nielsen 






6 4 
5 3 






1935 1 

1936 JackFaber 

1937> 


1907 


C. G. Church & C. W. 


3 6 





1938 Frank M. Dobson 


1908 


Bill Lang 






3 8 





1939J 


1909 
1910 
1911 


Barney Cooper & E 

R. Alston 

C. F. Donnelly & H 


P. 

c 


Larkiri 
Byrd 


2 5 
4 3 
4 4 




1 

2 


194o\ Jack Faber. Al Heagy 
194 1J Al Woods 


191 ?) 








6 1 


1 


1942 Clark Shaughnessy 


1913 
1914 f 


>H. C.Byrd 






6 3 
5 3 






lQ44f Clarence Spears 


19I5J 








6 3 





1945 Paul "Bear" Bryant 

1946 Clark Shaughnessy 














1947 - ?] 
















1948 






MARYLAND 


3TA1 






1949 -b 
















1950 
















1951 - c yjim Tatum 


1916 








6 2 





1952 




1917 
1918 


H. C.Byrd 






4 3 
4 1 


1 
1 


1953-d 
1954 




1919 








5 4 


n 


1955 -e 


















J 





7 2 2 

6 5 

8 2 
2 7 
2 7 

2 6 1 

3 5 1 

7 2 

4 5 

1 7 1 



1 

2 1 



7 

6 

9 

7 
10 

7 2 
10 1 

7 21 
10 1 



1956^1 

1957 > Tommy Mont 
1958J 

1959^ 

1960 

1961 

1962 VTom Nugent 

1963 

1964 

1965J 

1966 Lou Saban 

1967\ 
1968/ 

19691 

1970^ Roy Lester 

1971 J 

1972 
1973 -f 
1974 -g 



Bob Ward 



} 



Jerry Claiborne 



82 Year Totals 



385 



2 


7 


1 


5 


5 





4 


6 





5 


5 





6 4 





7 


3 





6 4 





3 


7 





5 


5 





4 


6 





4 


6 








9 





2 


8 





3 


7 


2 


9 


II 


2 


9 





5 


5 


1 


8 


4 





8 


4 





4 


37 



* Teams coached by captains 

a Gator Bowl co-champions, tied 

Georgia, 20-20 
b Gator Bowl champions, defeated 

Missouri. 20-7 
c Sugar Bowl champions, defeated 

Tennessee, 28-13 
d National champions, lost to Oklahoma 

in Orange Bowl 
e Orange Bowl, lost to Oklahoma. 6-20 
f Peach Bowl, lost to Georgia, 16-17 
g Liberty Bowl, lost to Tennessee, 3-7 



ALL TIME MARYLAND FOOTBALL RECORDS AGAINST ALL OPPONENTS 



W L T 

Air Force Acad 2 

Alabama 1 2 

Alex. High 1 

American Univ 10 

Auburn Univ 1 10 

Bainbridge Training 1 10 

Baltimore City Col 2 

Baltimore Med. Col 1 

Baltimore Poly 3 1 

Baylor Univ 1 1 

Bethel Mil. Acad 1 

Boston Univ 2 

Business High 1 

Carnegie Tech 10 

Catholic Univ 8 1 2 

Central High 6 2 

Charlotte Hall Mil 1 

Chicago Univ 10 

Clemson Univ 12 10 1 

Clifton Ath. Club 1 

Columbia Ath. Club 1 

Connecticut 1 

Curtis Bay Coast Guard 10 

Delaware 3 5 1 

Dickinson Col 1 

Duke Univ 5 14 

Duquesne Univ 1 

Eastern High 4 

Episcopal High 3 

Univ. of Florida 5 9 

Florida State 2 

Fortress Monroe 1 

Fredericksburg Col 2 

Gaullaudet 9 6 1 



W L T 

Georgetown Univ 6 9 

Georgetown Prep 1 10 

George Washington 10 3 

Univ. of Georgia 3 2 1 

Gibralter Ath. Club 1 

Gonzaga High 1 1 

Greenville (SC) AAB 1 

Guilford Col 1 

Gunton Temple Bapt. Ch 1 

Hampden-Sydney 2 2 

Haverford Col 2 

Indiana Univ 2 

Johns Hopkins 16 11 5 

Univ. of Kentucky 1 11 

Lakehurst Nav. Air Sta 10 

Louisiana State Univ 3 

U.S. Marine Barracks 1 

Merchant Marine Acad 1 

Miami (Florida) 5 5 

Miami (Ohio) 1 

Michigan State 1 4 

Mississippi 1 10 

Missouri 6 

Mt. St. Joseph's Col 2 

Mt. St. Mary's Col 2 2 1 

Mt. Washington Club 1 

Navy 5 14 

New York Univ 2 

Univ. of N. C 16 22 1 

N.C. State 12 15 4 

Ohio Univ 1 

Oklahoma Univ 4 

Old Univ. of Md 3 2 1 

Olympia Ath. Club 1 

Orient Ath Club 1 



W L T 

Pennsylvania 1 4 

Penn State 1 20 

Penn Military 3 1 

Princeton 2 

Randolph-Macon Col 2 1 

Rich. Army Air Base 1 

Richmond Univ 9 5 2 

Rock Hill Col 3 1 

Rutgers Univ 4 3 

St. Johns Col 18 11 

Univ. of S. C 17 11 

SMU 2 

Swarthmore Col 10 

Syracuse Univ 7 13 1 

Tech. High 5 2 

UCLA 1 1 

Univ. of Tenn 1 3 

Univ. of Texas C 2 

Texas A & M 2 

Third Army Corps 1 

Tulane Univ 1 10 

Vanderbilt 1 5 

Villanova 3 2 

Virginia 22 15 2 

Virginia Mil. Inst 14 9 2 

Virginia Tech 14 10 

Wake Forest 15 7 1 

Walbrook Ath. Club 1 

Washington & Lee 13 5 2 

Washington Col 18 3 1 

Western High 1 

Western Md 18 13 1 

West Va _ 7 5 2 

William & Mary 1 2 

Yale Univ 2 8 1 



46 



MARYLAND vs. 1975 OPPONENTS 





TENNESSEE 




1973 


Won 


38-0 


1967 


Lost 


9-31 


1951 
1956 
1957 
1974 


Won 
Lost 
Lost 
Lost 


28-13 
7-34 
0-16 
3-7 


1974 


Won 

CLEMSON 


31-0 


1968 
1969 
1970 
1971 
1972 


Lost 
Lost 
Lost 
Won 
Tie 


11-31 

7-24 
0-6 

35-7 

24-24 








1952 


Won 


28-0 


1973 


Lost 


22-24 




KENTUCKY 




1953 
1954 


Won 
Won 


20-0 
16-0 


1974 


Won 


20-10 


1931 
1954 
1956 


Tie 

Won 
Lost 


6-6 
20-0 
0-14 


1955 
1956 
1957 


Won 

Tie 

Lost 


25-12 
6-6 
7-26 


1917 


PENN STATE 

Lost 


0-57 








1958 


Lost 


0-8 


1937 


Lost 


14-21 








1959 


Won 


28-25 


1938 


Lost 


0-33 




CINCINNATI 




1960 
1961 


Won 
Won 


19-17 
24-21 


1939 
1943 


Lost 
Lost 


0-12 
0-45 




First Meeting 




1962 


Lost 


14-17 


1944 


Lost 


19-34 








1963 


Lost 


6-21 


1960 


Lost 


9-28 








1964 


Won 


34-0 


1961 


Won 


21-17 




NORTH CAROLINA 


1965 
1966 


Won 
Lost 


6-0 
10-14 


1962 
1963 


Lost 

Lost 


7-23 
15-17 


1899 


Lost 


0-6 


1967 


Lost 


7-28 


1964 


Lost 


9-17 


1920 


Won 


13-0 


1968 


Lost 


0-16 


1965 


Lost 


7-19 


1921 


Lost 


7-16 


1969 


Lost 


0-40 


1966 


Lost 


7-15 


1922 


Lost 


3-27 


1970 


Lost 


11-24 


1967 


Lost 


3-38 


1923 


Won 


14-0 


1971 


Lost 


14-20 


1968 


Lost 


13-57 


1924 


Won 


6-0 


1972 


Won 


31-6 


1969 


Lost 


0-48 


1925 


Lost 


0-16 


1973 


Won 


28-13 


1970 


Lost 


0-34 


1926 


Won 


14-6 


1974 


Won 


41-0 


1971 


Lost 


27-63 


1927 


Lost 


6-7 








1972 


Lost 


16-46 


1928 


Lost 


19-26 








1973 


Lost 


22-42 


1929 


Lost 


0-43 




WAKE FOREST 




1974 


Lost 


17-24 


1930 


Lost 


21-28 














1935 


Lost 


0-33 


1917 


Won 


29-12 








1936 


Lost 


0-14 


1943 


Won 


13-7 




VILLANOVA 




1946 


Lost 


0-33 


1944 


Lost 


0-39 








1947 


Lost 


0-19 


1954 


Tie 


13-13 


1970 


Lost 


3-21 


1948 


Lost 


20-49 


1955 


Won 


28-7 


1971 


Lost 


13-28 


1950 


Tie 


7-7 


1956 


Won 


6-0 


1972 


Won 


37-7 


1951 


Won 


14-7 


1957 


Won 


27-0 


1973 


Won 


31-3 


1953 


Won 


26-0 


1958 


Lost 


0-34 


1974 


Won 


41-0 


1954 


Won 


33-0 


1959 


Lost 


7-10 








1955 
1956 


Won 
Lost 


25-7 
6-34 


1960 
1961 


Won 
Won 


14-13 
10-7 




VIRGINIA 




1957 


Won 


21-7 


1962 


Won 


13-2 


1919 


Won 


13-0 


1958 


Lost 


0-27 


1963 


Won 


32-0 


1925 


Lost 


0-6 


1959 


Won 


14-7 


1964 


Lost 


17-21 


1926 


Tie 


6-6 


1960 


Won 


22-19 


1965 


Won 


10-7 


1927 


Lost 


0-21 


1961 


Lost 


8-14 


1966 


Won 


34-7 


1928 


Won 


18-2 


1962 


Won 


31-13 


1967 


Lost 


17-35 


1929 


Tie 


13-13 


1963 


Lost 


7-14 


1968 


Lost 


14-38 


1930 


Won 


14-6 


1964 


Won 


10-9 


1969 


Won 


19-13 


1931 


Won 


7-6 


1965 


Lost 


10-12 


1971 


Lost 


14-18 


1932 


Lost 


6-7 


1967 


Lost 


0-14 


1972 


Won 


23-0 


1933 


Lost 


0-6 


1968 


Won 


33-24 


1973 


Won 


37-0 


1934 


Won 


20-0 


1970 


Lost 


20-53 


1974 


Won 


47-0 


1935 


Won 


14-7 


1971 


Lost 


14-35 








1936 


Won 


21-0 


1972 


Lost 


26-31 








1937 


Won 


3-0 


1973 


Won 


23-3 




N.C. STATE 




1938 


Lost 


19-27 


1974 


Won 


24-12 








1939 


Lost 


7-12 








1909 


Lost 


0-31 


1940 


Lost 


6-19 








1917 


Lost 


6-10 


1942 


Won 


27-12 




SYRACUSE 




1921 


Tie 


6-6 


1943 


Lost 


0-39 








1922 


Won 


7-6 


1944 


Lost 


7-18 


1920 


Won 


10-7 


1923 


Won 


26-12 


1945 


Won 


19-13 


1921 


Lost 


0-42 


1924 


Tie 


0-0 


1957 


Won 


12-0 


1935 


Tie 


0-0 


1946 


Lost 


7-28 


1958 


Won 


44-6 


1936 


Won 


20-0 


1947 


Tie 


0-0 


1959 


Won 


55-12 


1937 


Won 


13-0 


1949 


Won 


14-6 


1960 


Won 


44-12 


1938 


Lost 


0-53 


1950 


Lost 


13-16 


1961 


Lost 


16-28 


1939 


Lost 


7-10 


1951 


Won 


53-0 


1962 


Won 


40-18 


1955 


Won 


34-13 


1954 


Won 


42-14 


1963 


Won 


21-6 


1956 


Lost 


12-26 


1956 


Won 


25-14 


1964 


Won 


10-0 


1959 


Lost 


0-29 


1957 


Lost 


13-48 


1965 


Lost 


27-33 


1961 


Won 


22-21 


1958 


Won 


21-6 


1966 


Lost 


17-41 


1965 


Lost 


7-24 


1959 


Won 


33-28 


1967 


Lost 


7-12 


1966 


Lost 


7-34 


1960 


Lost 


10-13 


1968 


Lost 


23-28 


1967 


Lost 


3-7 


1961 


Won 


10-7 


1969 


Won 


17-14 


1968 


Lost 


14-32 


1962 


Won 


14-6 


1970 


Won 


17-14 


1969 


Lost 


9-20 


1963 


Lost 


14-36 


1971 


Lost 


27-29 


1970 


Lost 


7-23 


1964 


Lost 


13-14 


1972 


Won 


24-23 


1971 


Lost 


13-21 


1965 


Lost 


7-29 


1973 


Won 


33-0 


1972 


Lost 


12-16 


1966 


Lost 


21-24 


1974 


Won 


10-0 



47 



THE TERP AWARDS 



The Alvin L. Aubinoe Trophy to the unsung hero of the season. 



1956 Al Wharton — Tackle 

1957 Wilbur Main — Center 

1958 Ted Kershner — Back 

1959 Joe Gardi — Tackle 

1960 Leroy Dietrich — Center 

1961 Dick Barlund — End 

1962 Murnis Banner — Halfback 



1963 George Stem — Halfback 

1964 John Kenny — End 

1965 Charles Krahling — Center 

1966 Bobby Collins — Back 

1967 Pat Baker — Back 

1968 Rick Carlson — End 

1969 Paul E. Fitzpatrick — Back 



1970 Robert J. MacBride — Tackle 

1971 Jeff Shugars — Quarterback 

1972 Ron Kecman — Center 

1973 Ken Scott — Tackle 

1 974 Frank Russell — End 



The George C. Cook Memorial Scholarship Trophy to a member of the football team with the highest 
scholastic average. 



1962 


Don White — Quarterback 


1968 


1963 


Dave Nardo — End 


1969 


1964 


Dave Nardo — End 




1965 


Bruce Springer — Back 


1970 


1966 


Larry Bagranoff — Tackle 


1971 


1967 


Chuck Tine — Tackle 


1972 



Ralph Friedgen — Guard 
William Grant — End 
Ralph H. Friedgen — Guard 
Patrick M. Burke — Guard 
Steve Fromang — Tackle 
Steve Fromang — Tackle 



1973 James Martell — End 



Anthony C. Nardo Memorial Trophy to the best football lineman of the year. 



1950 Bob Ward — Guard 

1951 Bob Ward — Guard 

1952 William Maletzky — Guard 

1953 Stan Jones — Tackle 

1954 Bob Pellegrini — Guard 

1955 Mike Sandusky — Tackle 



1957 Don Healy — Tackle 1964 

1958 Fred Cole — Tackle 1965 

1959 Tom Gunderman — Guard 1966 

1960 Gary Collins — End 1967 

1961 Bill Kirchiro — Tackle 1968 

1962 Dave Crossan — Tackle 1969 



Fred Joyce — Guard 
Dick Absher — End 
Dick Absher — End 
Jim Lavrusky — Linebacker 
Ron Pearson — End 
Peter Mattia — Tackle 



Bob Beall-Tommy Marcos Trophy to the best football lineman of the year. 



1970 Guy M. Roberts — End 

1971 Dennis O'Hara — End 



1972 Paul Vellano — Guard 

1973 Randy White — Tackle 



1974 Randy White — Tackle 



Jim Tatum Memorial Trophy to the outstanding tackle. 



1959 


Kurt Schwarz 


1960 


Tom Sankovich 


1961 


Bill Kirchiro 


1962 


Dave Crossan 


1963 


Olaf Drozdov 


1964 


Larry Bagranoff 



1965 


Larry Bagranoff 


1966 


Tom Cichowski 


1967 


Tom Myslinski 


1968 


Tom Plevin 


1969 


Peter Mattia 


1970 


Peter Mattia 



1971 
1972 
1973 
1974 



Guy Roberts 
Paul Vellano 
Randy White 
Randy White 



The Teke Trophy to the student who during his four years at the University has rendered the greatest service to 
football. 



1950 John Idzik — Back 

1951 Bob Ward — Guard 

1952 Ed Fullerton — Back 

1953 Bernie Faloney — Back 

1954 John Irvine — Center 

1955 Bob Pellegrini — Center 

1956 Mike Sandusky — Tackle 

1957 Gene Alderton — Center 



1958 Bob Rusevlyan — Back 

1959 Kurt Schwarz — Tackle 

1960 Vincent Scott — End 

1961 Gary Collins — End 

1962 Tom Brown — Halfback 

1963 Bob Burton — Halfback 

1964 Olaf Drozdov — Tackle 

1965 George Stem — Back 



1 966 Dick Absher — End 

1967 Lou Stickel — Back 

1968 Billy Lovett — Fullback 

1969 Kenneth B. Dutton — Back 

1970 Peter Mattia — Tackle 

1971 Tommy Miller — Back 

1972 DonRatliff — End 

1973 Paul Vellano — Guard 

1974 Randy White — Tackle 



The first regularly scheduled college football game to be televised was the Perm-Maryland game of October 5, 1940. 

Dick Lamb, Historian, Football Writers Association 



48 



THE COACHES AWARDS 



BEST OFFENSIVE BACK 

1952 Chester Hanulak — Halfback 

1953 Ralph Felton — Fullback 

1954 Ron Waller — Halfback 

1955 Ed Vereb — Halfback 

1956 Fred Hamilton — Halfback 

1957 Bob Rusevlyan — Quarterback 

1958 Bob Rusevlyan — Quarterback 

1959 Jim Joyce — Fullback 

1960 Dale Betty — Quarterback 

1961 Dick Shiner — Quarterback 

1962 Tom Brown — Halfback 

1963 Dick Shiner — Quarterback 

1964 Tom Hickey — Tailback 

1965 Walt Marciniak — Fullback 

1966 Alan Pastrana — Quarterback 

1967 Billy Lovett — Fullback 

1968 Billy Lovett — Fullback 

1969 Tom Miller — Fullback 

1970 Art Seymore — Halfback 

197 1 Al Neville — Quarterback 

1972 BobAvellini — Quarterback 

1973 Louis Carter — Tailback 

1974 Louis Carter — Tailback 



BEST DEFENSIVE BACK 

1952 Ed Fullerton — Halfback 

1953 Dick Nolan — Halfback 

1954 Joe Horning — Halfback 

1955 Lynn Beightol — Quarterback 

1956 Bob Rusevlyan — Quarterback 

1957 Bob Layman — Halfback 

1958 Jim Joyce — Fullback 

1959 Dwayne Fletcher — Quarterback 

1960 Jim Davidson — Quarterback 

1961 Tom Brown — Halfback 

1962 Joe Hrezo — Fullback 

1963 Ernie Arizzi — Halfback 

1964 Bob Sullivan — Halfback 

1965 Fred Cooper — Halfback 

1966 Lou Stickel — Halfback 

1967 Bob Colbert — Halfback 

1968 Kenny Dutton — Halfback 

1969 Tony Greene — Safety 

1970 Tony Greene — Safety 

1971 Larry Marshall — Halfback 

1972 Bob Smith — Safety 

1973 Harry Walters — Linebacker 

1974 Harry Walters — Linebacker 



BEST OFFENSIVE LINEMAN 

1952 Tom Cosgrove — Center 

1953 Marty Crytzer — End 

1954 Jack Bowersox — Guard 

1955 Russell Dennis — End 

1956 Al Wharton — Tackle 

1957 Tom Gunderman — Guard 

1958 Fred Cole — Tackle 

1959 Tom Gunderman — Guard 

1960 Bob Hacker — Center 

1961 Roger Shoals — Tackle 

1962 Roger Shoals — Tackle 

1963 Gene Feher — Center 

1964 JoeFrataroli — Guard 

1965 MattArbutina — Tackle 

1966 Tom Cichowski — Tackle 

1967 Ron Pearson — Guard 

1968 Bill Meister — Guard 

1969 Bill Meister — Guard 

1970 Pat Burke — Guard 

1971 Tim Brannan — Guard 

1972 Tim Brannan — Guard 

1973 Bart Purvis — Guard 

1974 Stan Rogers — Tackle 



BEST DEFENSIVE LINEMAN 

1952 John Alderton — End 

1953 Bob Morgan — Tackle 

1954 Tom McLuckie — Guard 

1955 Mike Sandusky — Tackle 

1956 Mike Sandusky — Tackle 

1957 Rod Breedlove — Guard 

1958 Ben Scotti — End 

1959 Rod Breedlove — Guard 

1960 Tom Sankovich — Tackle 

1961 Dave Crossan — Tackle 

1962 Walter Rock — Guard 

1963 Joe Ferrante — Guard 

1964 OlafDrozdov — Tackle 

1965 Larry Bagranoff — Tackle 

1966 Jim Lavrusky — Linebacker 

1967 Mike Grace — Guard 

1968 Henry Gareis — End 

1969 Peter Mattia — Tackle 

1970 Guy Roberts — End 

1971 Chris Cowdrey — End 

1 972 Paul Veil ano — Guard 

1 973 Randy White — Tackle 

1974 Randy White — Tackle 



49 



MARYLAND FOOTBALL RECORDS 
SINGLE GAME— INDIVIDUAL 



SCORING 
Mos Points Scored 

31 by Bob Shemonski vs. Virginia Tech, 1950 (5 TDs, 1 PAT) 

Most Touchdowns Scored 

5 by Bob Shemonski vs. Virginia Tech, 1950 

Most Points-After-Touchdown Scored 

8 by Steve Mike-Mayer vs. Duke, 1974 

6 by Bob Dean vs. South Carolina, 1949 
6 by Don Decker vs. West Virginia, 1951 
6 by Vincent Scott vs. Virginia, 1960 

Most Touchdown Passes Caught 

2 by Don Gleasner vs. Virginia, 1945 

2 by Leroy Mortor vs. Michigan State, 1946 

2 by Lou Gambino vs. West Virginia, 1947 

2 by Elmer Wingate vs. George Washington, 1948 

2 by Stan Karnash vs. George Washington, 1949 

2 by Pete Augsburger vs. South Carolina, 1949 

2 by Henry Fox vs. Georgetown, 1949 

2 by Lloyd Colteryahn vs. LSU, 1952 

2 by Bill Walker vs. Alabama, 1953 

2 by Gary Collins vs. Clemson, 1959 

2 by Billy Van Heusen vs. N.C. State, 1966 

2 by Dan Bungori vs. Florida, 1971 

Most Touchdowns Responsibility (Run and Pass) 

5 by Bob Shemonski vs. Virgina Tech, 1950 

Most Field Goals Scored 

3 by Steve Mike-Mayer vs. Alabama and Villanova, 1974 

TOTAL OFFENSE 
Most Net Yards Gained Rushing and Passing 

312 by Bob Avellini vs. Duke, 1972 

Most Total Plays 

46 by Al Neville vs. Penn State, 1971 (35 passes, 11 rushes) 

Best Offensive Average 

(Minimum Four Plays, Rushing and Passing) 

24.0 by Ernie Arizzi vs. Syracuse, 1961 (4 plays, 96 yards) 

RUSHING 
Most Yards Gained Rushing (Net) 

213 by Louis Carter vs. Virginia. 1974 (29 carries) 

Most Rushes 

39 by Billy Lovett vs. North Carolina, 1968 
39 by Billy Lovett vs. South Carolina, 1968 

Best Rushing Average 

24.0 by Ernie Arizzi vs. Syracuse, 1961 (4 carries) 

Longest Scoring Run From Scrimmage 

90 yards by Dick Burgee vs. Missouri, 1954 

Longest Non-Scoring Run From Scrimmage 

76 yards by Harry Bonk vs. North Carolina, 1949 

PASSING 
Most Yards Gained Passing 

314 by Bob Avellini vs. Duke, 1972 (21 for 31) 

Most Passes Attempted 

35 by Jim Corcoran vs. Penn State, 1965 (completed 18) 
35 by Jeff Shugars vs. Miami (Ohio), 1969 (completed 19) 
35 by Al Neville vs. Penn State, 1971 (completed 23) 

Most Passes Completed 

23 by Al Neville vs. Penn State, 1971 (attempted 35) 

Best Completion Percentage(Minimum, 10 attempts) 

.909 by Bob Avellini vs. Duke, 1974 (10 of 11) 

Most Touchdown Passes Thrown 

3 by Tommy Mont vs. Connecticut, 1942 

3 by Vic Turyn vs. George Washington, 1948 

3 by Stan Lavine vs. George Washington, 1949 

3 by Jack Scarbath vs. West Virginia, 1951 

3 by Jack Scarbath vs. LSU, 1952 

3 by Dale Betty vs. North Carolina State, 1959 

3 by Dale Betty vs. Clemson, 1959 

3 by Dick Novak vs. West Virginia, 1959 

3 by Dick Shiner vs. Penn State, 1961 

3 by Alan Pastrana vs. North Carolina State, 1966 



Most Passes Caught 

10 by Darryl Hill vs. Clemson, 1963 

Most Yards Gained By Pass Receptions 

144 by Walter White vs. Penn State, 1974 (5) 

Longest Scoring Pass and Run 

92 yards by Stan Lavine to Ed Bolton vs. South Carolina, 1949 

(pass 15 yards, run 77 yards) 

Longest Scoring Run After Pass 

77 yards by Ed Bolton on pass from Stan Lavine vs. South Caro- 
lina, 1949 (pass 15 yards) 

Longest Non-Scoring Pass and Run 

73 yards by Tommy Mont to Hubie Werner vs. Lakehurst, 1942 
(pass 32 yards, runn 41 yards) 

Longest Non-Scoring Run After Pass 

41 yards by Hubie Werner vs. Lakehurst, 1942, on 32 yards pass 
from Tommy Mont 

Longest Scoring Pass 

40 yards by Dick Novak to Jim Davidson vs. West Virginia, 1959 

Longest Non-Scoring Pass 

50 yards by Alan Pastrana to Ralph Donofrio vs. Wake Forest, 
1966 

Most Passes Had Intercepted 

4 by Dick Shiner vs. Navy, 1963 

4 by Alan Pastrana vs. Clemson, 1966 

Most Passes Intercepted 

3 by Bob Shemonski vs. Georgia, 1951 
3 by Tom Brown vs. Air Force, 1961 
3 by Bob Sullivan vs. Navy. 1965 
3 by Bob Smith vs. V.M.I., 1972 

Most Yards Gained On Interception Runbacks 

111 yards by Dick Lewis vs. North Carolina State, 1956 

Longest Scoring Run of Intercepted Pass 

100 yards by Joe Horning vs. Missouri, 1951 (105 actual) 
100 yards by Dickie Lewis vs. N.C. State, 1956 (103 actual) 
100 yards by Tom Brown vs. Virgina, 1962 

Longest Non-Scoring Run of Intercepted Pass 

89 yards by Kevin Benson vs. Virginia, 1973 

Longest Scoring Run of Intercepted Pass 
By Opponent 

93 yards by Walter Matson of Pennsylvania, 1941 

OTHERS 
Most Punts 

11 by Greg Fries vs. Clemson, 1968, Syracuse, 1969 

Most Total Yards Punting 

510 by Bill Guckeyson vs. Syracuse, 1936 

Best Punting Average 

53 yards by Lynn Beightol \ 
(3 punts) 

Longest Punt With Roll 

88 yards by John Fritsch vs. Miami. 1956 

Note: "Untz" Brooke Brewer had a 93-yard punt vs. VMI, 1916 
but records are incomplete. Kick may have been measured 
from point of kick, not from line of scrimmage. 

Longest Punt With Roll By Opponent 

84 yards by Charlie Justice of North Carolina, 1948 

Most Punts Returned 

8 by Larry Marshall vs. Villanova, 1971 (141 yards) 

Most Yards Gained Returning Punts 

146 by Bob Shemonski vs. North Carolina State, 1950 (5 returns) 

Longest Punt Return For Touchdown 

90 yards by Dick Nolan vs. Clemson, 1953 

Longest Punt Return For Touchdown by Opponent 

100 yards by Frank Brady of Navy, 1951 

Longest Non-Scoring Punt Return 

67 yards by John McVicker vs. Syracuse, 1956 

Most Punts Blocked 

1 by several players 



Oklahoma, 1956 Orange Bowl 



50 



Most Kickoffs Returned 

6 by Larry Marshall vs. Miami (Ohio), 1969 (129 yards) 

Most Yards Returning Kickoffs 

153 by Tom Brown vs. Miami, 1962 (5 returns) 

Longest Kickoff Return For Touchdown 

100 yards by Dick Novak and Dennis Condie vs. Virgina, 1960 
(102 actual). Novak ret. to nine yard line, then lateraled to 
Condie who returned 91 yards. 

100 yards by Kenny Ambrusko vs. Navy, 1964 (101 actual) 

Longest Kickoff Return For Touchdown By Opponent 

93 yards by Jim McPherson of North Carolina, 1926 

Longest Non-Scoring Kickoff Return 

76 yards by Howie Dare vs. Miami, 1957 

Longest Scoring Run With Recovered Fumble 

23 yards by Howie Dare vs. North Carolina State, 1954 

Longest Non-Scoring Run With Recovered Fumble 
By Opponent 

75 yards by Dave Russell of Washington and Lee, 1942 

Most Oppont's Fumbles Recovered 

3 by Tom Gunderman vs. Miami, 1957 

Longest Field Goal 

54 yards by Steve Mike-Mayer vs. Villanova, 1973 

SINGLE GAME RECORDS— TEAM 
SCORING 
Highest Score 

Maryland 80 — Washington College 0, 1927 

Most Total Points Scored By Both Teams 

90 in 1971; Maryland 27 Penn State 63 

Largest Victory Margin 

80-0 vs. Washington College, 1927 

Largest Defeat Margin 

0-76 vs. Navy, 1913 

Most Touchdowns Scored 

12 vs. Washington College, 1927 

Most Points-After-Touchdown Scored 

8 vs. Washington College, 1927 
8 vs. Missouri, 1954 
8 vs. Duke, 1974 

Most Field Goals Scored 

3 vs. Villanova, 1972, 1973, 1974 
3 vs. West Virgina, 1959 

3 vs. Alabama, 1974 

Most Touchdowns Scored Passing 

4 vs. George Washington, 1948 (3 by Vic Turyn, 1 by John Idzik) 
4 vs. Navy, 1952 (2 by Jack Scarbath, 1 by Lloyd Colteryahn, 

1 by Bernie Faloney) 
4 vs. George Washington, 1954 (2 by Frank Tamburello, 1 by 

Charles Boxold, 1 by Lynn Beightol) 
4 vs. Tulane, 1973 (2 by Louis Carter, 1 by Ben Kinard, 1 by 

A Neville) 

Most Touchdowns Scored Passing By Opponents 

4 by Wake Forest, 1958 (3 by Norm Snead, 1 by Charlie Parker) 
4 by Virginia, 1965 (by Bob Davis) 
4 by Florida, 1971 (by John Reaves) 

Most Safeties Scored 

2 vs. Delaware, 1947 
2 vs. Georgetown, 1950 
2 vs. Villanova, 1974 

TOTAL OFFENSE 
Most Total Yards Gained 

602 vs. West Virgina, 1951 (523 rushing, 79 passing) 

Fewest Total Yards Gained 

29 vs. Syracuse, 1959 

Most Total Plays 

93 vs. North Carolina State, 1973 

RUSHING 
Most Net Yards Gained Rushing 

577 vs. Virgina Tech, 1950 



Fewest Net Yards Gained Rushing 

Minus 58 vs. Navy, 1965 

Most Rushes 

76 vs. Miami, 1958 

Fewest Rushes 

24 vs. North Carolina State, 1965 

Best Average Per Rush 

10.5 yards vs. Virginia Tech, 1950 (577 yards, 55 rushes) 

Fewest Net Yards Gained Rushing By Opponents 

Minus 21 by West Virginia, 1951 
Minus 21 by UCLA, 1955 

Most First Downs Rushing 

24 vs. Washington and Lee, 1951 

Fewest First Downs Rushing by Opponent 

by Wake Forest, 1973 

Fewest First Downs Rushing 

1 vs. Michigan State, 1944 
1 vs. Syracuse, 1959 

PASSING 
Most Yards Gained Passing 

336 vs. Penn State, 1971 (27 for 40) 

Fewest Yards Gained Passing 

vs. Michigan State, 1944 
vs. Vanderbilt, 1948 
vs. Missouri, 1951 

Most Passes Attempted 

48 vs. South Carolina, 1971 (23 completions for 210 yards) 

Most Passes Completed 

27 vs. Penn State, 1971 (40 attempts for 336 yards) 

Fewest Passes Completed 

vs. Michigan State, 1944 (1 attempt) 
vs. Vanderbilt, 1948 (12 attempts) 

vs. Missouri, 1951 (3 attempts) 

Fewest Passes Attempted 

1 vs. Michigan State. 1944 
1 vs. Wake Forest, 1969 

Best Completion Percentage (Minimum 10 attempts) 

.824 vs. Tulane, 1973 (14 completions, 17 attempts) 

Most Passes Intercepted 

7 vs. Georgia, 1951 

Most Passes Had Intercepted 

6 by Pennsylvania, 1941 

Most First Downs Passing 

18 vs. Penn State, 1971 

Fewest First Downs Passing 

— 13 times, last vs. Wake Forest, 1969 

Most Passes Attempted By Opponents 

57 by West Virginia, 1951 (19 completions) 

Fewest Passes Completed By Opponents 

by Syracuse, 1939 (5 attempts) 

by Michigan State, 1944 (0 attempts) 

by Delaware, 1948 (3 attempts) 

bx Boston University, 1952 (6 attempts) 

by Kentucky, 1956 (3 attempts) 

Fewest Yards Gained Passing By Opponents 

Minus 1 by Clemson, 1956 

OTHERS 
Most Punts 

14 vs. Virginia, 1937 

14 vs. Western Maryland, 1940 

Fewest Punts 

1 vs. Washington and Lee, 1953 
1 vs. Georgia, 1953 

1 vs. Syracuse, 1955 

1 vs. North Carolina State, 1954 

1 vs. South Carolina, 1962 

Most Total Yards Punting 

510 vs. Syracuse, 1936 (10 unts) 

Best Punting Average 

51.7 yards vs. Washing and Lee, 1951 (155 yards, 3 punts) 



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Most Total First Downs 

29 vs. Wake Forest, 1963 

Fewest Total First Downs 

1 vs. Michigan State, 1944 

Fewest Total First Downs by Opponent 

1 by Wake Forest 1973 (passing) 

Most Fumbles 

8 vs. Georgia, 1952 (lost 2) 

Fewest Fumbles 

vs. VMI, 1945 vs. West Virginia, 1960 

vs. Kentucky, 1954 vs. Virginia, 1960 

vs. South Carolina, 1958 vs. Syracuse, 1972 

vs. South Carolina, 1959 vs. Duke, 1973 

Most Fumbles Lost 

6 vs. North Carolina, 1947 

Most Fumbles By Opponents 

8 by South Carolina, 1947 
8 by Mississippi, 1953 

Most Opponents Fumbles Recovered 

5 vs. Missouri in Gator Bowl, Jan. 1, 1950 
5 vs. West Virginia, 1950 
5 vs. North Carolina, 1960 

Most Penalties 

18 vs. Virginia Tech, 1950 

Most Yards Penalized 

130 vs. Virginiia Tech, 1948 
130 vs. Virginia Tech, 1950 

Fewest Penalties 

vs. Duke, 1941 

Most Penalties By Opponents 

15 by Miami, 1957 

Most Yards Opponents Penalized 

135 by North Carolina, 1953 

Fewest Penalties By Opponents 

by Western Maryland, 1937 u oy Washington and Lee, 1941 
by Western Maryland, 1939 by William and Mary, 1945 
by Florida, 1939 by South Carolina, 1953 

SEASON RECORDS— INDIVIDUAL 
SCORING 
Most Points Scored, Regular Season 

97 by Bob Shemonski, 1950 (10 games) 
96 by Lou Gambino, 1947 (10 games) 
96 by Ed Vereb, 1955 (10 games) 

Most Points Scored, One Season, 
Including Bowl Games 

114 by Lou Gambino (96 in 1947 season puis 3 TDs 

in 1948 Gator Bowl) 
102 by Ed Vereb (96 in 1955 ieason plus one TD 

in 1956 Orange Bowl) 

Most Touchdowns Scored, Regular Season 

16 by Lou Gambino, 1947 (10 games) 
16 by Bob Shemonski, 1950 (10 games) 

16 by Ed Vereb, 1955 (10 games) 

Most Touchdowns Scored One Season, 
Including Bowl Games 

19 by Lou Gambino (16 in 1947 season plus 3 in 1948 Gator 
Bowl) 

17 by Ed Vereb (16 in 1955 season plus one in 1956 Orange 
Bowl) 

Most Points-After-Touchdown Scored 

37 by Don Decker, 1951 

Most Touchdown Passes Caught 

8 by Dan Bungori, 1971 in 11 games 

Most Touchdowns Responsibility (Run and Pass) 

21 by Alan Pastrana, 1966 (17 TD passes, 4 TDs) 

Most Field Goals 

15 by Steve Mike-Mayer, 1974 

Most Points By Kicking 

79 by Steve Mike-Mayer, 1974 



TOTAL OFFENSE 
Most Yards Total Offense (Rushing and Passing) 

1,689 by Bob Avellini, 1974 

Most Total Plays 

314 by Dick Shiner, 1963 (10 games) 

RUSHING 
Most Net Yards Rushing, Regular Season 

991 by Louis Carter, 1974 

Most Rushes 

224 by Louis Carter, 1974 

Best Rushing Average 

9.8 yards by Chet Hanulak, 1953 

PASSING 
Most Yards Gained Passing 

1,648 by Bob Avellini, 1974 

Most Passes Attempted 

222 by Dick Shiner in 10 games, 1963 (completed 108) 

Most Passes Completed 

121 by Dick Shiner in 10 games, 1962 (203 attempts) 

Best Completion Percentage 

.621 by Dale Betty in 10 games, 1960 (completed 82 of 132) 

Most Touchdown Passes Thrown 

17 by Alan Pastrana, 1966, 10 games 

Most Passes Caught 

47 by Tom Brown in 10 games, 1962 (557 yards) 

Most Yards Gained on Pass Receptions 

593 by Lloyd Colteryahn, 1952 (32 receptions, 9 games) 

Most Passes Had Intercepted 

16 by Dick Shiner in 10 games, 1962 

Most Passes Intercepted 

10 by Bob Sullivan in 10 games, 1965 (Led nation) 

Most Yards Returning Intercepted Passes 

147 by Joe Horning, 1951 (6 interceptions in 9 games) 

OTHERS 
Most Punts 

72 by Greg Fries, 1968 and 1969 (each 10 games) 

Best Punting Average 

43.7 by Bill Walker in 10 games, 1955 (15 punts). Walker 
added four punts in 1956 Orange Bowl for an 11-game 
average of 41.2, 19 punts. 

Most Punts Returned 

40 by Bob Smith in 11 games, 1973 (420 yards) 

Most Yards Gained on Punt Returns 

420 by Bob Smith in II games, 1973 (40 returns) 

Best Punt Return Average (More Than Three) 

24.5 by Tom Brown on 8 returns, 1961 

Most Kickoffs Returned 

24 by Kenny Dutton, 1967 (454 yards) 

Most Yards Gained on Kickoff Returns 

587 by Larry Marshall on 22 returns, 1971 

Best Kickoff Return Average (More Than Three) 

44 yards by Howie Dare, 1957 (6 returns for 264 yards) 

Best Point-After-Touchdown Average 

1.000 by John Hannigan, 1961 (17 for 17) 
1.000 by Bernardo Bramson, 1965 (15 for 15) 

SEASON RECORDS— TEAM 
SCORING 
Most Points Scored 

r )53 in 9 regular season games, 1951 

Fewest Points Scored (Full Season) 

39 in 9 games, 1940 

Most Points Scored By Opponents 

299 in 10 games, 1968 

Fewest Points Scored By Opponents 

31 in 10 regular season games, 1953 



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Most Touchdowns Scored 

52 in 9 regular season games, 1951 

Most Field Goals Scored 

12 in 1973 (15 including Peach Bowl) 
15 in 1974 (added one in Liberty Bowl) 

Most Points-After-Touchdown Scored 

38 in 9 regular season gomes, 1951 

TOTAL OFFENSE 
Most Yards Gained Rushing and Passing 

4,484 in 1974 (2,507 rushing, 1,977 passing) 

Most Yards Gained Rushing and Passing 
By Opponents 

4,192 in 10 games, 1968 (2,272 rushing, 1,920 passing) 

Fewest Yards Gained Rushing and Passing 
By Opponents 

1,691 in 10 games, 1955 (761 yards rushing, 930 passing) 

RUSHING 
Most Yards Gained Rushing 

2,921 in 9 regular season games, 1951 
3,210 in 10 games, 1951 season plus 28-13 victory 
over Tennessee in 1952 Sugar Bowl 

Most Rushing Plays 

601 in 1973 

Most Yards Gained Rushing By Opponents 

2,371 in 9 games, 1967 

PASSING 
Most Yards Gained Passing 

1,982 in 11 games, 1972 

Most Passes Attempted 

287 in 11 games, 1972 (159 completions) 

Most Passes Completed 

159 in 11 games, 1972 (287 attempts) 

Best Passing Percentage 

.593 in 11 games, 1973 (118 of 199) 

Most Yards Gained Passing By Opponents 

1,920 in 10 games, 1968 

Fewest Yards Gained Passing By Opponents 

731 in 10 games, 1957 (Note: early records incomplete) 

Best Passing Percentage By Opponents 

.527 in 9 games, 1967 (77 completions, 146 attempts) 

Most Pass Interceptions 

34 in 9 games, 1951 

38 in 10 games, including the 28-13 victory over Tennessee 
in the Sugar Bowl, Jan. 1, 1952 

Most Pass Interceptions By Opponents 

23 in 10 games, 1948 

OTHERS 
Most Punts 

79 in 11 games, 1970 

Most Yards All Punts 

2,832 in 10 games, 1969 (73 punts); 3,180 in 11 games, 1970 

Best Punting Average 

42.6 in 1974 (54 punts) 

Most Punts By Opponents 

87 in 11 games, 1973 

Most First Downs 

210 in 11 games, 1972 
210 in 11 games, 1974 

Most First Downs By Opponents 

222 in 10 games, 1968 

Most Fumbles 

44 in 10 games, 1950 (Lost 22) 

Most Opponents Fumbles 

40 in 10 games, 1960 (Maryland recovered 19) 
40 in 11 games, 1971 (Maryland recovered 22) 

Fewest Fumbles 

17 in 10 games, 1960 (Lost 7) 



Most Penalties 

78 in 11 games, 1953 (492.5 yards) 

Most Yardage Lost By Penalties 

757 in 11 games, 1972 

Best Seasons 

1951 — Won 9 lost during regular season, defeated Tennessee 

28-13 in 1952 Sugar Bowl for 10-0 record 
1953 — Won 10 Lost during 1954 regular season, lost to 

Oklahoma 7-0 in 1954 Orange Bowl for 10-1 record 
1955 — Won 10 Lost during regular season, lost to 

Oklahoma 20-6 in 1956 Orange Bowl for 10-1 record 

Worst Season 

1967— Won Lost 9 

CAREER RECORDS— INDIVIDUAL 
SCORING 
Most Points Scored Regular Season 

203 by Steve Mike-Mayer, 1972-74 (37 FG, 92 PAT) 

Most Touchdowns Scored, All Games 

27 by Louis Carter, 1972-74 (all regular season) 

Most Points-After-Touchdown Scored 

92 by Steve Mike-Mayer, 1972-74 ( 101 attempts) 

Most Touchdown Passes Caught 

12 by Gary Collins, 1959-60-61 (30 games) 

Most Touchdowns Responsibility, Run and Pass 

35 by Jack Scarbath, 1950-51-52 

Most Field Goals 

37 by Steve Mike-Mayer, 1972-74 (71 attempts) 
(added 4 of 5 in 2 bowl games) 

Most Consecutive Points-After-Touchdown Scored 

29 by Steve Mike-Mayer, 1974 

TOTAL OFFENSE 
Most Net Yards Gained Rushing and Passing 

3,634 by Dick Shiner, 1961-63 

Most Total Plays, Rushing and Passing 

790 by Dick Shiner, 1961-63, 30 games (avg. gain 3.0 yards) 

RUSHING 
Most Net Yards Gained Rushing, Regular Season 

2,266 by Louis Carter, 1972-74 

Most Rushes 

590 by Louis Carter, 1972-74 

Best Rushing Average, Regular Season 

8.1 yards by Chet Hanulak, 28 games, 1951-53 (1,544 yards, 
190 carries) 

Best Rushing Average, All Games 

7.9 yards by Chet Hanulak, 30 games, including 35 yards on 4 
carries in 1952 Sugar Bowl and 39 yards on 12 carries in 1954 
Orange Bowl. 

PASSING 
Most Yards Gained Passing 

3,410 by Dick Shiner, 30 games, 1961-63 

Most Passes Attempted 

536 by Dick Shiner, 30 games, 1961-63 

Most Passes Completed 

287 by Dick Shiner, 30 games, 1961-63 

Best Completion Percentage 

.586 by Bob Avellini, 1972-74 (231 of 394) 

Most Touchdown Passes Thrown, Regular Season 

23 by Alan Pastrana, 20 games, 1966 and 1968 

Most Passes Caught, Regular Season 

100 by Frank Russell, 1972-74 

Most Yards Gained By Pass Receptions 

1,346 by Frank Russell, 1972-74 

Most Passes Intercepted 

17 by Tom Brown, 30 games, 1960-62 



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1974 IN REVIEW 



Coach Jerry Claiborne referred to his 1974 Maryland 
team as an unemotional squad that disturbed him at 
times but worked hard and performed well. 

Emotion was evident however throughout the season. 
It first surfaced when 54,412 fans gave the teams a stand- 
ing ovation following the 21-16 loss to Alabama. 











The first real emotion shown by the team surfaced 
following the workmanship 20-10 win over defending 
conference champion North Carolina State and again 
following the loss to Penn State. 

Then on November 16 the Terrapins became an emo- 
tional team for a full afternoon. Facing the challenge 
of the second ranked defensive team in the ACC the 
Terps scored, in the first three quarters, more points than 
any Maryland team in the last 20 years. The 56-13 win 
over Duke gave Maryland its first outright ACC title and 
the suddenly emotional team carried Coach Claiborne 
to the Oyster Bowl awards platform. 




The following Saturday the team returned to its un- 
emotional workmanship manner and recorded a 10-0 
shutout of Virginia thus holding its fifth opponent of 
the season scoreless. 

Twenty-five seniors closed out their career in the 
Liberty Bowl game and they left College Park as the 
most successful class since the 1956 class departed. Under 
the tutelage of Coach Claiborne they had not known a 
losing season although Maryland had suffered through 
nine consecutive non-winning seasons prior to his arrival 
in College Park. 

Nationally ranked in scoring defense, scoring offense, 
total offense and pass offense they also finished the season 
ranked thirteenth in the polls, the highest ranking for 
a Maryland team since the undefeated 1955 team was 
ranked third. 



Six of the Terrapins were voted the best at their posi- 
tion by the ACC sportswriters, nine received some sort of 
Ail-American mention and Randy White captured every 
national award for a lineman as well as Player of the 
Year honors in the league. 

Steve Mike-Mayer led the nation in kick scoring and 
Phil Waganheim ranked fifth in punting. 

Louis Carter and Randy White were accorded All-ACC 
honors for the second time while Bob Smith was the 
first Terp to make the team three times. 

Quarterback Bob Avellini led the ACC in both passing 
and total offense while Smith and Ken Schroy were the 
top punt returners in the league. 

When the Terps received their invitation to the Liberty 
Bowl from Herbie Hunt they accepted it as an honor they 
had worked hard for and then proceeded to demolish 
their final three opponents 107 to 13 thus justifying the 
early bid and finishing with a strong 8-3 record. 

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Alabama 21 Maryland 16 — Calvin Culliver scored twice 
in first half but Steve Mike-Mayer pulled Terps to 14-9 
with three field goals. Louis Carter added a fourth 
quarter score as Maryland held Alabama scoreless for 
the final 24 minutes of the game but could not offset 
the Richard Todd score set up by a fumble. 

Flodida 17 Maryland 10 — Terps led 10-7 at half but 
Florida added 10 third quarter points on a 49 yard 
field goal and a touchdown on a 28 yard drive follow- 
ing an interception. Bob Avellini came in and took 
the Terps to the Florida 10 but the drive stalled with 
a fumble and Avellini's final bid ended with a 49 
yard drive to the 28 as time ran out. Frank Russell 
caught eight passes for the Terps and Louis Carter 
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158 yards and scored twice on a 76 yard run and 22 
yard pass from Bob Avellini as Terps led 24-0 before 
Coach Claiborne cleared the bench. The game was 
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1974 IN REVIEW 



Maryland 31 Syracuse — Bob Avellini hit 17 of 22 
passes for 210 yards and John Schultz scored twice as 
Terps used 24 second half points to rout Syracuse 
31-0. Freshman Quarterback Mark Manges scored his 
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Maryland 41 Clemson — Bob Avellini completed 14 
of 22 passes for 213 yards and John Schultz added 
two more touchdowns as Terps led 20-0 at half. Steve 
Mike-Mayer contributed 1 1 points, Ken Schroy re- 
turned three punts for 84 yards and Phil Waganheim 
punted for a 46 yard average as the Terps excelled 
in the kicking game. Ken Roy added two fourth quar- 
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Maryland 47 Wake Forest — - Louis Carter returns 
opening kickoff 62 yards to Deacon's 27 and Bob 
Avellini hits John Schultz with td pass on first play. 
Schultz was scoring in his fifth straight game and his 
seventh touchdown. Jim Brechbiel returned intercep- 
tion 17 yards for second score and Avellini's second 
td pass gave Terps a 19-0 half-time lead. Maryland 
wrapped it up with 21 third quarter points, and re- 
corded its third consecutive shutout. 

Maryland 20 North Carolina State 10 — The Terps held 
the defending ACC Champions to 288 yards total 
offense and one touchdown on a one yard pass. Louis 
Carter ran for 180 yards, Quarterback Bob Avellini 
scored on a 30 yard run and Bob Smith intercepted 
a pair of passes. Steve Mike-Mayer put Terps ahead 
with a 44 yard field goal. Terps rolled up 441 yards 
total offense. 

Penn State 24 Maryland 17 — Terp defense gave up only 
one touchdown as Penn State used a 79 yard pass inter- 
ception and a 21 yard run with an intercepted lateral 
on the kickoff for a pair of touchdowns. Bob Avellini 
hit Walter White on a 34 yard pass for first Maryland 
score and following Penn State's third touchdown again 
hit White on first play for 66 yards and a score. With 
three touchdowns in 25 seconds neither team crossed 



the goal line again following White's second quarter 
score. Terps had final bid fall short at Penn State 12. 
Avellini passed for 302 yards completing 18 passes 
with five to White for 144 yards. 

Maryland 41 Villanova — Louis Carter suffered a rib 
injury on opening kickoff and did not carry the ball 
in the game. Rick Jennings replaced him and gained 
150 yards on 20 carries. Joe Brancato, Tim Wilson 
and Freshman Tony Black all scored their first col- 
legiate touchdowns. Wilson also added a 45 yard scor- 
ing run to his initial three yard td. Terps gained 511 
yards total offense with 328 rushing. Randy White and 
Jim Brechbiel each blocked a punt for a safety. 




Maryland 56 Duke 13 — The top two defensive teams in 
the league met with identical records and a defensive 
battle expected. Avellini completed 10 of 11 passes for 
191 yards and left game with 50 seconds gone in third 
quarter and 42-7 lead. Jennings again replacing Car- 
ter ran for 105 yards with Terps gaining 537 yards in 
game. Maryland scored on first three possessions of. 
each half and eight of first 10 in game for 56-7 third 
quarter lead in the Norfolk, Virginia Oyster Bowl. 




Maryland 10 Virginia — Terps came up flat in final 
game but defense held up and Louis Carter returned 
to lineup. Carter scored only td of game on a 44 yard 
run and set up Steve Mike-Mayer's field goal with a 
45 yard run on third and 41 from the Maryland 17 
and 30 seconds remaining in first half. Carter ran for 
213 yards on 29 carries and Walter White caught five 
passes playing in his hometown for the first time. 



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Atlantic Coast 
Conference (919) 

Telephone: AREA CODE (919) 

Commissioner — Bob James 275-3269 

Asst. — Service Bureau — Marvin Francis 273-3149 

Asst. — Officials — Norval Neve 273-3025 

ACC — Mailing Address: P. O. Box 627 1 

Summit Station 
Greensboro, North Carolina 
27405 



Athletic Department Staff 





B. Apple 



L. Kehoe 




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John Bush and Jim Weir 





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Mailing Address: 



Box 295 

College Park, Maryland 

20740 



R. Fulton and J. Gable 



Telephone: AREA CODE (301) 

ADMINISTRATION 

Athletic Director — Jim Kehoe 454-4705 

Assistant AD — Al Hanlon 454-4706 

Assistant to AD — Russ Potts 454-4687 

Assistant to AD — Bob Wall 454-3332 

Administrative Asst. — Frank Gray 454-2641 

Faculty Chairman — Jack Faber 454-4705 

Ticket Manager — Bill Reading 454-2122 

Educational Found. — Col. Tom Fields 454-4562 

M Club — Al Heagy 454-5158 

Coor. Women's Ath. — Dorothy McKnight 454-2625 

Director of Golf Course — Frank Cronin 454-2131 

COACHES — MEN 

Baseball — Jack Jackson 454-4041 

Basketball — Lefty Driesell 454-2126 

Basketball — Assistants: Joe Harrington 454-4112 

Dave Pritchett 454-4112 

Howard White 454-4112 

Cross Country — Bob Dean 454-3124 

Fencing — Dr. Robert Tyler 454-4614 

Golf — Dave Sigler 454-5622 

Lacrosse — Bud Beardmore 454-4328 

Soccer — Bud Beardmore 454-4328 

Swimming — Bill Campbell 454-2756 

Tennis — Doyle Royal 454-4837 

Track — Frank Costello 454-4816 

Wrestling — Sully Krouse 454-2652 

COACHES — WOMEN 

Basketball — Dorothy McKnight 454-2625 

Field Hockey — Sue Tyler 454-2625 

Gymnastics — Patricia Long 454-2929 

Lacrosses — Dr. Margarite Arrighi 454-2626 

Swimming — Joy Freundschuh 454-4614 

Tennis — Dr. Joan Hult 4542625 

Track — Linda Farrah 454-2625 

Volleyball — Barbara Drum 454-2626 

OTHERS 

Trainer — William Fry 454-4819 

Assistant Trainers: Jim Weir 454-4819 

John J. Bush 454-4819 

Equipment — Ron Fulton 454-4817 

Jack Gable 454-4817 

Stadium and Grounds — Lindy Kehoe 454-2822 

Bud Apply 454-2825 

Sports Information — Jack Zane 454-4076 

Promotions — Russ Potts 454-4687 

Assistant — Inf. and Promo. — Jim Husbands 454-5173 



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Russ Potts 
Asst. to AD 



Jim Husbands 
Asst. Promo. & Infor. 







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Bob Wall 
Asst. to AD 



Frank Gray 
Asst. to AD 





Bill Reading 
Ticket Manager 



Dr. Stanford Lavine 
Team Physician 




EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR 

MARYLAND 

EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION 




Dorothy McNight 
Coor. Women's Ath. 



When Jim Kehoe assumed the duties as Director of 
Athletics at the University of Maryland he realized that 
financial stability was absolutely necessary to achieve the 
goals he set for Maryland athletics. 

Kehoe has achieved many of those goals and financial 
stability is one of them. The University athletic depart- 
ment was one of only 10 percent in the nation that has 
operated without a deficit the past two years and Tom 
Fields had a big hand in achieving that goal. 

When Kehoe lured Col. Fields into retirement from 
the Marine Corps, contributions to the Maryland Edu- 
cational Foundation were minimal. For the fiscal year 
ending June 30, 1970 the contributions totaled approxi- 
mately $30,000. 

For the fiscal year ending June 30, 1975, contributions 
totaled $531,000 up from the $386,000 the previous year. 

During the past year the Terrapin Club renewed 96' 
percent of their contributors and the membership now 
stands at 1,400, quite a jump from the 132 original 
members. 

Of the 1,400 members, nine are life members ($10,000 
contribution), 164 are Diamondback members ($1,000 
annual contribution and 510 are Gold members ($500 
annual contribution). 

The contributions have not only enabled the Univer- 
sity's self-sustaining program to remain just above the 
break even point but enabled the Terrapins to regain 
their stature as the overall champions of the Atlantic 
Coast Conference with National prestige in just about 
every sport. 

Fields, a former Maryland All-American distance run- 
ner and teammate of Kehoe's, took over his duties at 
Maryland in 1970 and his success has followed the pat- 
tern of his life. 

During World War II he served in combat in Guadal- 
canal, Vella Lavella, Bougainville and Iwo Jima. He 
also served in Korea and Vietnam and at the time of his 
retirement from the Corps, he was the Deputy Director 
of Information — Headquarters Marine Corps. 

Colonel Fields and his wife, the former Patricia T. 
Hansel, have four children. They are Thomas M., Jr. 20, 
Karen 19, Lori 17 and David 15. 



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ALFRED J. HANLON 

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS 



Alfred J. Hanlon is concerned primarily with sched- 
uling, team travel, personnel policies and general office 
administration. He has been with the Athletic Depart- 
ment since 1969, when he retired from the U.S. Air Force 
with the rank of colonel after directing the Maryland 
AFROTC program for two years. 

A rated command pilot, Hanlon commanded a heavy 
bomber squadron in England and North Africa during 
World War II. He has served in a wide variety of com- 
mand and staff positions since that time. His military 
decorations include the Legion of Merit, the Air Medal 
with two oak leaf clusters, the Air Force Commendation 
Medal and the Presidential Unit Citation Badge. 

Hanlon is a native of Boston and a 1939 graduate of 
Harvard University, where he was a varsity letterman in 
track. He is married to the former Barbara Foster of 
Boston, and they have three grown children, Christopher, 
Brenda and Mark. 




ATHLETIC COUNCIL 

Dr. John E. Faber, Jr. (Faculty Chairman) 

Dr. James W. Dally (Prof, and Chairman Mech. Engr. ) 

Miss Dorothy McKnight (Asst. Prof Physical Education 

and Coordinator of Women's Intercollegiate Athletics) 
Dr. John Curtis (Prof, and Head Agri. and Res. Econ.) 
Dr. Charles TafI (Prof, and Head Bus. Admin.) 
Dr. Herman Belz (Assoc. Prof. History) 
Mr. James H. Kehoe, Jr. (Director of Athletics) 
Dr. William L. Thomas (Vice-Chan. Student Affairs) 
Mr. Ralph W. Frey, Jr. (Pres. Alumni Assoc.) 
Mr. Bruce Harris (Pres. SGA) 



DR. JOHN E. FABER 

CHAIRMAN, THE ATHLETIC COUNCIL 




First appointed to the athletic council in 1951, 
Dr. Faber is the University's representative to the 
Atlantic Coast Conference. He recently completed his 
second term as President of the ACC having also served 
in 1969-70. 

For 36 years Dr. Faber served as lacrosse coach at the 
University. During that time the accomplishments of his 
teams secured a place for him as one of the greatest names 



in Maryland athletic history. He won 276 games suger- 
ing only 75 losses with two ties. Five times his Terps 
were undisputed national champions and two other times 
they shared that honor with another school. 

A professor in the microbiology department, the Uni- 
versity is fortunate to have such a man as its Faculty 
Chairman of Athletics. 



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MARYLAND BASKETBALL 
1975-76 

In six years with Charles G. "Lefty" Driesell Maryland 
Basketball has developed a winning tradition and it 
should continue in 1975-76 and for many years to come. 

The Terps have returning, in addition to the Atlantic 
Coast Conference Coach of the Year, a consensus Ail- 
American John Lucas, one of the best freshmen in the 
nation last year in Brad Davis and another superior 
guard Maurice "Mo." Howard. Davis and Howard were 
honorable mentions on the Ail-American lists. 

Steve Sheppard, an outstanding forward, returns also 
giving the Terps four starters back, scoring in double 
figures, as Sheppard and Howard shared starting roles 
last year. Tom Roy, at center, and Owen Brown, a for- 
ward, are double figure scorers and the two leading re- 
bounders departing as six Terrapins scored 11 or more 
points a game enroute to the NCAA Midwest finals and 
a fifth place national ranking in both wire service polls. 

John Newsome and Chris Patton gained experience 
as freshmen, participating in tough tournaments as well 
as regular season games. Tournaments included Mary- 
land Invitational, Atlantic Coast Conference and NCAA. 
Patton has fully recovered from a knee operation and 
should excel as a sophomore. 

Three outstanding Maryland High School products 
and a super athlete from nearby Washington, D.C. will 
join the Terps in the fall. Larry Gibson, a 6-10 center 
and 6-4 forward Tyrone McKay from Dunbar in Balti- 
more and Guard Brian Magid of Silver Spring, Maryland 



have joined the Terps along with Eastern High's James 
Tillman from the District of Columbia. 

Larry Boston was one of the most sought after athletes 
a year ago upon graduating from John F. Kennedy High 
in Cleveland, Ohio. He joins the Terps after a year at 
Vincennes Junior College and will have three years of 
eligibility at Maryland. 

Eric Shrader, a straight A student from Great Valley 
high in Malvern, Pennsylvania elected to continue his 
Pre-Med studies at Maryland and was an outstanding 
guard in high. 

During the last four years the Terps have won 97 
games while losing only 22 and none of the current 
Terrapins have played on a team that failed to win at 
least 23 games, or was ranked lower than 8th in the 
nation. The last three years rankings are 8th-4th-5th 
with Lucas and Howard playing on all three. 

THE SCHEDULE 

Nov. 29, East Carolina; Dec. 3, DePauw; Dec. 6, at 
Richmond; Dec. 10, Georgia Tech; Dec. 20, Fordham; 
Dec. 22, UNC-Charlotte; Dec. 29-30, Maryland Invita- 
tional (Alabama, Princeton, Seton Hall) ; Jan. 3, Long 
Island; Jan. 7, at George Washington; Jan. 10, Wake 
Forest in Greensboro; Jan. 14, at North Carolina State; 
Jan. 17, Navy at Capital Centre; Jan. 21, Clemson; Jan. 
24, at North Carolina; Jan. 28, North Carolina State; 
Jan. 31, at Notre Dame; Feb. 4, at Virginia; Feb. 7, Duke; 
Feb. 11, North Carolina; Feb. 14, at Clemson; Feb. 18, 
Georgetown, at Capital Centre; Feb. 21, at Duke; Feb. 25, 
Wake Forest; Feb. 28, Virginia; Mar. 4-6, ACC Tourna- 
ment at Capital Centre. 



NO. 


NAME 


HEIGHT 


CLASS 


HIGH SCHOOL 


HOMETOWN 


5 


John Boyle 


6-7 


Senior 


Gonzaga 


Hyattsville, MD 


10 


Steve Sheppard 


6-6 


Junior 


DeWitt Clinton 


New York, NY 


15 


John Lucas 


6-4 


Senior 


Hillside 


Durham, NC 


20 


John Newsome 


6-6 


Sophomore 


Norfolk Catholic 


Norfolk, VA 


21 


Eric Shrader 


5-10 


Freshman 


Great Valley 


Malvern, PA 


22 


James Tillman 


6-4 


Freshman 


Eastern 


Washington, DC 


24 


Maurice Howard 


6-3 


Senior 


St. Josephs 


Philadelphia, PA 


30 


Brad Davis 


6-3 


Sophomore 


Monaca 


Monaca, PA 


32 


Larry Gibson 


6-10 


Freshman 


Dunbar 


Baltimore, MD 


42 


Tyrone McKay 


6-4 


Freshman 


Dunbar 


Baltimore, MD 


43 


Lawrence Boston 


6-8 


Sophomore 


John F. Kennedy 
Vincennes J. C. 


Cleveland, OH 


44 


Chris Patton 


6-9 


Sophomore 


St. Francis 
(Buffalo, NY) 


Bessemer, AL 


45 


Brian Magid 


6-2 


Freshman 


Montgomery Blair 


Silver Spring, MD 



LETTERMEN LOST: (3) Bill Hahn 5-11, Owen Brown 6-8, Tom Roy 6-9 

LETTERMEN RETURNING: (7) John Lucas, Maurice Howard— three years each; 
John Boyle — two years; Steve Sheppard, Brad Davis, John Newsome, Chris Patton 

HEAD COACH: Charles G. "Lefty" Driesell (Duke '54) 

Maryland Record 6 years — 124- 47 
Overall 15 years— 300-112 

ASSISTANTS: Dave Pritchett (Salem '66) ; Joe Harrington (Maryland '68) 
Howard White (Maryland 73) 



59 



DR. WILSON H. ELKINS 

PRESIDENT 

UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

This year Dr. Elkins completed his twenty-first year 
at the University as its twenty-first president. He is chief 
executive officer of the Board of Regents and head of 
the growing five-campus system which includes Univer- 
sity College and its world-wide program of education. 

During his period in office, President Elkins has seen 
the University grow from an annual enrollment of 8,500 
students to more than 70,000. The total operating 
budget which was $23 million in 1954 is more than 
$225 million this year. 

In addition to degrees from the University of Texas, 
Dr. Elkins earned his B.Litt and Ph.D. degrees at Oxford 
University as a Rhodes Scholar. 

Long a sports enthusiast and an avid golfer, Mary- 
land's President was elected to the Texas Sports Hall of 
Fame in 1963 and was the recipient of the Distinguished 
Alumnus Award from the University of Texas in 1972. 
While an undergraduate there he earned eight varsity 
letters in football, basketball, and track. 

Dr. Elkins began his professional career as a history 
instructor before serving as President of San Angelo 
Junior College and Texas Western College (the Uni- 
versity of Texas at El Paso). 

He is a member of the Southern Regional Education 
Board and past president of the National Association of 




State Universities and Land-Grant Colleges, the Middle 
States Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools, 
and the Southern University Conference. 



DR. ROBERT L GLUCKSTERN 

CHANCELLOR 

COLLEGE PARK CAMPUS 



Robert L. Gluckstern is a distinguished physicist and 
administrator. On July 1, 1975, he became the College 
Park Campus' second chancellor. 

Educated at MIT and the City College of New York, 
he spent fourteen years on the Yale University physics 
faculty. In 1964, he moved from Yale to the University 
of Massachusetts at Amherst as professor and head of the 
physics and astronomy department. Under his leadership, 
the department grew from 14 to 52 faculty members and 
25 to 100 graduate students, and increased federal sup- 
port from $30,000 to $950,000 a year. 

He became associate provost of the University of 
Massachusetts in 1969, vice chancellor for academic 
affairs and provost in 1970. 

Dr. Gluckstern participated in the design of a number 
of high energy particle accelerators at Brookhaven, Los 
Alamos, Lawrence Radiation and National Accelerator 
Laboratories and advised on the theoretical problems 
involved in the construction of these highly sophisticated 
giant machines. (High energy particle accelerators are 
used by physicists to discover the constituent particles 
of the nucleus of the atom and to understand the nature 
and role of these particles.) 

The new chancellor has remained active in teaching 
and will teach a general physics course to undergraduate 
students this fall. 




Dr. Gluckstern, who is 51, was born in Atlantic City, 
New Jersey. He is married to the former Norma Block. 
The Gluckstern's have three children. 



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