V 'W- 1976 SCHEDULE DATE Sept. 11 18 25 Oct. 2 9 16 23 30 OPPONENT Richmond West Virginia Syracuse Villanova North Carolina State Wake Forest Duke Kentucky LOCATION College Park, Md. Morgantown, W.Va. Syracuse, N.Y. College Park, Raleigh, N.C. College Park, Durham, N.C. College Park, Md. Md. Md. Nov. 6 13 20 Cincinnati Clemson Virginia NOTE: ALL GAMES kickoff at 1:30 P.M College Park, Md.- College Park, Md. Charlottesville, Va. SERIES RECORD (Md. First) 9- 5-2 7- 5-2 8-13-1 4- 2-0 13-15-4 16- 7-1 5-14-0 1- 1-2 1- 0-0 13-10-1 23-15-2 W*» s '/«*. M %: W *tt*n$ « #975 RESULTS DATE OPPONENT Sept. 6 13 20 27 Oct. 4 11 18 25 Nov. 1 8 15 22 29 Villanova Tennessee North Carolina Kentucky Syracuse N.C. State Wake Forest OPEN DATE Penn State Cincinnati Clemson Virginia GATOR Florida LOCATION Byrd Stadium Knoxville, Tenn. Chapel Hill, N.C. Lexington, Ky. Byrd Stadium Byrd Stadium Winston-Salem, N.C. Byrd Stadium Cincinnati, Ohio Clemson, S.C. Byrd Stadium BOWL Jacksonville, Fla. SCORE ATT WON 41-0 Lost 8-26 WON 34-7 TIE 10-10 WON 24-7 WON 37-22 WON 27-0 Lost 13-15 WON 21-19 WON 22-20 WON 62-24 41,362 74,161 43,000 55,000 43,863 39,221 19,300 58,973 16,478 35,400 44,867 1977 SCHEDULE 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 SCHEDULE Oct. Sept. 9 16 23 30 7 14 21 28 4 18 25 Nov. Tulane at Louisville at North Carolina Kentucky N.C. State at Syracuse Wake Forest at Duke at Penn State Clemson at Virginia WON 13-0 64,012 TERRAPIN HEADQUARTERS (on the road) WEST VIRGINIA Holiday Inn (304) 599-1680 SYRACUSE Sheraton Motor Inn 7th North & Electronics Pkwy. (315)457-1122 N.C. STATE Governors Inn Research Triangle Park (919) 549-8631 DUKE Holiday Inn West (919)383-1551 VIRGINIA Quality Inn/Mt. Vernon US 29 & 250 (804) 296-5501 CONTENTS ALL-AMERICANS 50 ALL-CONFERENCE 51 ASSISTANT COACHES 8 ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT DIRECTORY . . 60 ATHLETIC DIRECTOR— JIM KEHOE 3 ASSOCIATE AD 62 AWARDS— NATIONAL AND 1975 15 AWARDS— MARYLAND 52 BASKETBALL 1976 63 CARMICHAEL CUP 59 COACHES 1892-1974 41 EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION 59 FACTS ABOUT MARYLAND 2 FACULTY CHAIRMAN 62 GATOR BOWL 1975 45 HEAD COACH— JERRY CLAIBORNE 4 LIBERTY BOWL 1974 46 NOTES ON TERPS 12 OPPONENTS 1976 34 OPPONENTS' SERIES RECORDS 40 PEACH BOWL 1973 47 PLAYER PROFILES 18 PRONUNCIATION GUIDE CS RADIO-TV SCHEDULE 30 RECORDS 55 REVIEW OF 1975 28 ROSTER— ALPHABETICAL-NUMERICAL .... 32 ROSTER SIGNEES FOR 1975 31 SCHEDULE 1976-77-78 IC SEASON LEADERS OVER THE YEARS 54 STATISTICS 1975— TEAM 42 INDIVIDUAL 43 DEFENSE 44 UNIVERSITY OFFICIALS 64 WEIGHT TRAINING PROGRAM 49 TO THE PRESS, RADIO AND TELEVISION We hope the 1976 edition of Maryland Football will be helpful as you cover Jerry Claiborne's Terrapins this fall. With this book 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. For the first time we will not have Western Union service. There will be a half dozen telephones available for telecopier use. If you want a private telephone please order it through your local office and we will have it installed at your seat. We will have telecopier operators available to send your copy. Please advise when your order is placed for credentials as to whether you will have a telecopier with you or your plans from filing from press box. The Sports In- formation Office will have at least one or more tele- copiers available for use according to your deadlines. Radio space has been reserved for the Official Visiting Team Station. Additional space requests must be ap- proved by Russ Potts, Assistant Director of Athletics. Only working press will be admitted to the press sec- tion of the press box and only accredited photographers and game personnel permitted on the sidelines. 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 special requests address all correspondence to the following address for quickest delivery: Jack Zane Sports Information Director P. O. Box 295 College Park, Maryland 20740 SPORTS INFORMATION DIRECTOR Jack Zane (Maryland '60) OFFICE (301) 864-4076 HOME (301) 322-3265 The University of Maryland actively subscribes to a policy of equal educational and employment opportunity. The University of Maryland is required by Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 not to discriminate on the basis of sex in admission, treatment of students, or employment. FRONT COVER: Coach Claiborne, Fullback Tim Wil- son, Randy Troup and George Foussekis watch clock tick off final second of Gator Bowl triumph over Florida 13-0. ASSISTANT SID Jim Husbands (Wake Forest '73) OFFICE (301) 454-2123 HOME (301) 937-3547 MARYLAND FOOTBALL 1976 Printed by University of Maryland Press Henry Kuhn, Manager FACTS ABOUT MARYLAND LOCATION College Park, Maryland 20740 (P.O. Box 295) 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: 13,136 undergraduate men - full time 10,796 undergraduate women - full time 2,289 undergraduate men - part time 2,340 undergraduate women - part time 2,856 graduate students - full time 4,473 graduate students - part time 35,890 total students on College Park Campus ATHLETIC DIRECTOR . James H. "Jim" Kehoe ASSOCIATE AD Alfred Hanlon ASSISTANT ADs Frank Gray (for Administration) Russ Potts (for Promotions and Advertising) FACULTY CHAIRMAN Dr. John Faber CONFERENCE Atlantic Coast (Maryland-Clemson-Duke-North Carolina- North Carolina State-Virginia-Wake Forest) FOOTBALL STADIUM .... Byrd Stadium (45,000) NICKNAME Terrapins (Terps) COLORS Red and White, Black and Gold (The colors of the State Flag) TEAM PHYSICIAN Dr. Stanford A. Lavine TRAINER William "Spider" Fry ASSISTANT TRAINERS Jim Weir John J. Bush SPORTS INFORMATION DIRECTOR: John W. "Jack" Zane OFFICE 301-454-2123 301-864-4076 HOME 301-322-3265 ASSISTANT SID AND PROMOTIONS: Jim Husbands OFFICE 301-454-5173 301-454-2123 HOME 301-937-3547 MARYLAND LETTERMEN RETURNING FOR 1976 (31) OFFENSE (18) Letters won indicated ( ) SE Chuck White (1) Rick Schmaltz (1) QT Kervin Wyatt (1) Tom Schick (2) QG Ed Fulton (3) C Gene Ochap (2) SG Mike Yeates (1) ST Dave Conrad (2) John Zernhelt (2) TE Bob Raba (3) Vince Kinney (1) Scott Murphy (1) QB . . . Larry Dick (1) Mark Manges (2) FB Tim Wilson (1) TB Steve Atkins (1) WB John Stanford (1) Dean Richards (1) DEFENSE (12) LE Chip Garber (1) LT Ralph Fisher (3) LG Bob Schwartz (1) Larry Seder (1) RG Ted Klaube (1) Ernie Salley (2) RT Joe Campbell (3) RE NONE LLB ...Mike Miller (2) RLB ...Brad Carr (1) LHB . . . .Doug Harbert (1) RHB ... Ken Roy (3) SAF .... Jonathan Claiborne ( 1 ) SPECIALIST (1) PUNTER AND PLACEKICKER Mike Sochko(l) NOTE: Schmaltz lettered in 1974 Schick lettered in 1974 (injured in '75) Wyatt moved to linebacker Stanford moved to safety OFFENSIVE FORMATION Multiple EYE DEFENSIVE FORMATION Wide Tackle Six 1975 RECORD Won 9 Lost 2 Tied 1 (Gator Bowl Champions) 1975 GATOR BOWL Maryland 13 Florida LETTERMEN RETURNING 31 (includes 2 from 1974 team) LETTERMEN LOST 22 MARYLAND'S BOWL RECORD Jan. 1, 1948 Gator — Maryland 20 Georgia 20 Jan. 1, 1950 Gator — Maryland 20 Missouri 7 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 Dec. 29, 1975 Gator — Maryland 13 Florida DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS JAMES H. "JIM" KEHOE When Jim Kehoe assumed the duties as Director of Athletics in 1969 he approached the job with the same fervor and determination he had devoted to his duties as a teacher and coach for 24 years. His seven years as Terrapin AD have been exciting to say the least. The Terps have become National powers in basketball, football and lacrosse with one of the most successful athletic programs in the nation both artistically and financially. Kehoe took over a program that was struggling with 12 varsity sports and failing to achieve the national acclaim the growing University deserved. Today Kehoe administers a program that encompasses 21 varsity sports, is self supporting financially and nationally acclaimed. The Football team reigns as the Gator Bowl Cham- pions, the Basketball team has recorded five consecutive 20-victory seasons and the Lacrosse team has been in the NCAA Championship game the past four seasons, win- ning a pair of National titles. Jerry Claiborne, hired by Kehoe, has led Maryland to three consecutive bowl games, dominated the Atlantic Coast Conference the past two years, and established a league attendance record. Lefty Driesell, also lured to Maryland by Kehoe, has one of the finest basketball programs in the nation win- ning 119 of 147 games during the past five seasons. 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 three years the same three teams recorded a cumulative 39-11, 41-11 and 43-9-1 record, with national ranking in all three each year. When the Terps lost the Carmichael Cup, symbolic of overall supremacy in the ACC, due to the lack of a Fencing team, Kehoe installed the sport and it is now nationally ranked. Fencing has also contributed to the Terps' winning the Carmichael Cup the past three years. Kehoe was one of the first Athletic Directors to assume any responsibilities for Women's Athletics and now has a total commitment to making the Maryland Women's program one of the best in the nation with eight Women's varsity sports. Despite the added responsibilities and financial prob- lems besetting intercollegiate athletics today Kehoe directs one of the few athletic programs in the nation that is not operating at a deficit. Financial stability was the most immediate problem facing Kehoe when he took over and he could not en- tirely depend on improvement in the revenue producing sports to solve this nor could be wait for this improve- ment. 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. The efforts of Col. Fields are directly responsible for the financial success of the program as the Educational Foundation contributed over $600,000 for the support of the Maryland athletic scholarship program this past year. Kehoe was also one of the first to recognize the need for a merchandising plan to build a radio network, cre- ate community interest, obtain advertising revenue and take advantage of the advertising possibilities at a mini- mum cost. He created the position of Promotions Direc- tor and hired another former Maryland product Russ Potts to head the promotional program. The Terps now benefit from one of the finest radio networks in the na- tion and Maryland's basketball team is a regular on national television. During Kehoe's tenure as AD the Terrapins have twice won the NCAA Championship in Lacrosse and three times finished as runner-up for the National title, won the National Invitational Tournament title in Bas- ketball and gained the Eastern and Midwestern Regionals of the NCAA basketball tournament and the football team has been to three consecutive Bowls winning the Gator Bowl title this past season. Within the ACC the Terps have won three consecutive Carmichael Cups and in seven years captured 31 of 89 possible championships under Kehoe's direction as com- pared to 17 for runner-up North Carolina. Maryland has now captured 125 titles since the ACC was formed in 1953, more than double the 59 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 each 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 Conference and ACC team titles. In dual meet competition his teams were undefeated for his last nine years and the track team had a winning streak of 27 and the cross country team 29 at his retirement. His track teams won IC4A titles in 1965, 1966 and 1969 to claim Eastern supremacy. 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 at 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 Lt. Colonel upon retirement. He partici- pated in the Philippine Islands, and Central Pacific Cam- paigns and was awarded the Bronze Star, American 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 grad- uates of the University. UEGW CUMMIN Head [F®®ttlbaDD C©ac[fo "The Sporting News National Coach of the Year", Twice Atlantic Coast Conference Coach of the Year, District III Coach of the Year, Gator Bowl Champions, Twice Atlantic Coast Conference Champions, all of this and more has been achieved by Jerry Claiborne in just four years in College Park. When Claiborne arrived at Maryland the Terrapins had recorded a 25-66 record during die previous nine years, including a winless season, 0-9, and a 20-36 league record during the same period. Claiborne's Terps open the 1976 season with a 15 game league winning streak, two consecutive league championships, three consecutive bowl appearances, and have literally dominated the ACC. Claiborne has a 19- 3-1 ACC record, has outscored the league opponents 695 to 262, recorded seven shutouts and lost three games by a total of only 13 points. The losses were by six to Duke, five to North Carolina and two to North Carolina State. In their last appearance of the 1975 season the Terps shut out a strong Florida team 13-0 in the Gator Bowl after closing out the regular season with 62 points against Virginia. Individual recognition had also eluded the Terps for many years, prior to Claiborne's arrival. The last Mary- land All-American had been Gary Collins as a first team selection in 1961. Claiborne developed Paul Vellano and Randy White as All-Americans and 19 All-Confer- ence Selections in his four years. Randy White, the league's "Player of the Year" in 1974 also won the Outland Trophy as the Nation's top interior lineman, the Lombardi Trophy as the Nation's top lineman and UPI Lineman of the Year honors along with many others. In his first year the Terps achieved their first non- losing season in nine years with a 5-5-1 record and then followed that with an 8-3 season and trip to the Peach Bowl. A berth in the Nation's top 20 also resulted and only a missed field goal prevented the Terps' first out- right 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 the District III 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 honors 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 thir- teenth place. This team also captured the first outright ACC championship for the Terps as the 1953 National Champions and 1955 team shared the title with Duke. The 1975 team, again with a still stronger schedule, improved with an 8-2-1 record and defeated Florida in the Gator Bowl to finish ranked eleventh nationally in the UPI poll and thirteenth in the Associated Press poll. The Terps were last in the ACC in defense when Clai- borne took over but have led the league in the all- important defensive statistics ever since. The Terps established a Byrd Stadium record with the 54,412 in attendance at the 1974 opener with Alabama and sur- passed that this past fall with 58,973 for the Penn State game. In 1974 the Terps also set new attendance records for the season in Byrd Stadium, with an average of 37,995 in the stadium that has permanent seats for 35,000. With additional seating added for 1975 the average attendance jumped to 45,657. Since joining the Terps Claiborne has been named to the coaching staff of the East- West Shrine game and the Coaches Ail-American game and conducted clinics in Europe (Ramstein, Germany and Alconbury, England) for the USAF, participated in the NCAA College Football Press Day series (San Francisco) and participated in numerous clinics throughout the nation. Claiborne's 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, 1 1 were drafted by the NFL, two more signed with the NFL as free agents, another went to Canada and two others joined the WFL. In 1975 there were four on the All- American lists, one was drafted by the NFL, another signed with a Canadian team prior to the draft and three signed with the NFL teams as free agents. In addition to Ail-American and Player of the Year honors, his players have captured the Brian Piccolo award in the ACC twice and the League's Initial Jim Tatum award. His defensive safety Bob Smith 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 ath- lete at the University of Kentucky, as the Head Football 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 Coach. 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 Texas 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 14 years as a head coach he has won 62 percent of his games ranking among the Winningest Active Major- College Coaches in the Nation. He has been honored with coaching duties in the Blue-Gray, East-West Shrine and Coaches Ail-American game. Coach Claiborne is an active member of the Fellowship 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, David and Jonathan and two daughters, Katie and Eileen. Jonathan is a defensive safety on the Maryland Football team and was a starter at the close of spring practice. THE COACHING RECORD Claiborne equaled the longest coaching tenure, 10 years, in the history of Virginia Tech Football, taking the Gobblers to two Bowl games. He has won over 62 percent of his games ranking among the top 25 active coaches in the nation. 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 4 5 8 6 7 8 7 7 4 5 TOTAL 61 VIRGINIA TECH 5 5 2 4 3 2 1 3 4 5 1 6 39 2 (10 years) S.C. Coach of Year District III & S.C. Coach of Year MARYLAND 5 1 4 District III & ACC Coach of Year 4 TSN National Coach of Year 2 1 District III & ACC Coach of Year 15 2 (4 years) OVERALL RECORD: 91 54 4 (14 years) 1972 5 1973 8 1974 8 1975 9 TOTAL 30 JERRY CLAIBORNE IN THE ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE 1972 Manland 24 N.C. State 26 North Carolina 23 Wake Forest 14 Duke 24 Virginia 3 1 Clemson 1973 1974 CLAIBORNE'S BOWL RECORD 1966 Liberty Bowl 7 Miami 14 1968 Liberty Bowl 17 Mississippi 34 1973 Peach Bowl 16 Georgia 17 1974 Liberty Bowl 3 Tennessee 7 1975 Gator Bowl 13 Florida 1975 23 22 37 30 33 28 24 41 47 20 56 10 34 37 27 22 62 695 Nortli Carolina N.C. State Wake Forest Duke Virginia Clemson North Carolina Clemson Wake Forest N.C. State Duke Virginia North Carolina N.C. State Wake Forest Clemson Virginia TOTAL PTS 24 ( 1-0-1) 31 0-1-1) 1-1-1) 20 1-2-1) 23 ( 2-2-1) 6 3-2-1) 3 4-2-1) 24 4-3-1) 5-3-1) 10 6-3-1) 7-3-1) 13 8-3-1) 12 9-3-1) 10-3-1) (11-3-1) 10 12-3-1) 13 13-3-1) 14-3-1) 7 15-3-1) 22 16-3-1) 17-3-1) 20 18-3-1) 24 19-3-1) !62 19-3-1) 1st shutout 2nd shutout 3rd shutout 4th shutout 5th shutout 6th shutout 7th shutout 7 shutouts Opponents' average within league 11.4 points a game Maryland average within league 30.2 points a game Maryland Athletic Director Jim Kehoe with Board of Regents Chairman Dr. B. Herbert Brown and Officers of Athletic Committee of Board. From left, Dr. Samuel H. Hoover, Chairman of Committee, John C. "Jack" Scar- bath, vice chairman and Dr. B. Herbert Brown the Board Chairman and founder of athletic committee. ASSISTANT COACHES THE MARYLAND STAFF: Jerry Eisaman, Dick Redding, Gothard Lane, Jerry Claiborne, John Devlin, Tom Groom, Joe Krivak; 2nd row, Terry Strock, Jake Hallum, Gib Romaine, Bill Fry (Trainer), Thorn Park, George Foussekis. 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 All-American and is now playing in the Canadian League. Last year Kevin Benson, a four year starter at line- backer ied the team with 149 tackles and was an All- ACC selection and HM All-American as was Walters. 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 alignment, having served with Coach Claiborne at Vir- ginia 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 Conshohock- en 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, Elizabeth, William and Michael. 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 his best quarterback combination back again this year and they are perhaps the best combina- tion in the nation. Mark Manges started the 1975 season was injured and Larry Dick took over. Manges returned and the two shared the duties at the end of the season. The two combined for 12 touchdown passes, eight by Dick, and an average of 154.5 yards a game. The Terp offense averaged 407.6 yards a game in 1974 and 375.2 a game last fall. 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 Senaca 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 39 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. He also recruited Steve Atkins and Preacher Maddox, two outstanding backs from Virginia last fall. Paul Divito one of his guards was All-ACC last fall and a HM All-American. 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 Valuable 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 30 year old bachelor was born on April 28, 1946. William "Spider" Fry (Maryland '51) Head Trainer "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. Fry has become accustomed to training championship teams as Dartmouth reigned over the Ivy League while Spider was there and Maryland has captured consecu- tive ACC Championships while visiting three consecutive Bowls. As an undergraduate, Spider 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. Fry became interested in training after suffering a soccer injury that ended his athletic career, at Maryland. He was Director of District III for the National Train- ers Association in 1958. Spider and Sandy (Penn State '61) have a daughter Elizabeth Kay. 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- American Game in Lubbock, Texas. Carter has joined the Oakland Raiders and Fullback Alan Bloomingdale moved on the the New England Patriots. Last Fall Groom had four backs gain 398 or more yards rushing and another, John Schultz, led the Nation in kickoff returns. His backs returned four kickoffs 92 yards or more with three for touchdowns. They were the first TD returns on kickoffs since 1968. His setbacks scored 21 touchdowns rushing. 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 Virginia. 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 and Gina. John "Jake" Hallum (Newberry '61) Offensive Line Coach Hallum's line ranks as one of the Terrapins' strong points this fall with seven lettermen in the interior line. Tom Schick, Ed Fulton, Gene Ochap, Mike Yeates and Dave Conrad all have experience and talent. With Jack Sharkey and John Zernhelt also experienced men inside and Bob Raba returning as the starting tight end the Terps' blocking appears strong. Hallum had Marion Koprowski as an All-Conference tackle last fall and co-winner of Maryland's Jim Tatum Trophy as the outstanding tackle. 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 baseball 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 Championship. 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 University as assistant football coach and in April was named the head football coach and assistant professor. He served in this 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 and Bart Jeffrey. 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 Kansas City Chiefs, 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. Last fall his top receiver Kim Hoover caught 38 passes for 532 yards and five touchdowns during the regular season and added two catches and a touchdown in the Gator Bowl, the only touchdown in the game. Hoover was a first team Academic All-American, Aca- demic All-ACC and captured Maryland's Geary Eppley award and ACC Plaque. The Terps scored 14 touchdowns on pass receptions last fall. 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 Weirton and they have three sons, Edward, John and Jeff. Gothard Lane (Randolph Macon '71) Defensive Ends Coach Lane will have the opportunity to see his men play in person for an entire season for the first time this fall. In the past he handled the scouting duties for the Terps seeing only the Gator Bowl game. He coached one of the toughest men on the squad last fall in LeRoy Hughes, an All-ACC selection and HM All-American although only 5-foot-8 and 185 pounds. His defensive ends recorded nine quarterback sacks in 1974 and 12 last fall. During the two years the ends have accounted for 43 tackles in the opponents' back- fields and 224 yards in losses by opponents. 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 29 year old bachelor. Thomas R. Park (West Chester '69) Recruiting Coach Park, serving as Coordinator of the Recruiting program, has been instrumental in three consecutive out- standing recruiting years. In keeping with Coach Claiborne's desire to keep the best football players in the state at home playing for the State University the Terps landed eight top prospects from Maryland last year and all eight played in the State All-Star game. The Terps added six more Mary- land products this year, including a pair of outstanding backs from Fort Hill in Cumberland. In addition four of the top players in Virginia joined Maryland last year and three more come in this fall 10 including a pair of Parade and Scholastic Magazine All-Americans. 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 30 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 in the past. He works with the place kickers and that has included two of the top kickers in the past two years in Steve Mike-Mayer and Mike Sochko. Each year several of the players that begin fall prac- tice with Coach Redding move up to the varsity and this includes the freshmen. Seven freshmen played on the '73 Peach Bowl team, six on the '74 Liberty Bowl team and 11 freshmen made the trip to the Gator Bowl last fall. 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 Committee 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, Penn- sylvania. He married the former Elva Hedly and they have a son Dick. 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. Last fall he coached All-ACC tackle Joe Campbell, considered a top candidate for Ail-American honors this fall and has another outstanding tackle on the other side in Ralph Fisher. Campbell was the second leading tackier on the team last fall with 125 including seven quarterback sacks. 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 32-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, Pennsylvania. 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 programs the past two years more than anyone else. All he lost the past two years was three-time All-ACC selection Bob Smith (Baltimore Colts), Ken Schroy (Philadelphia Eagles) and Pat Ulam (WFL) and Jim Brechbiel (Canada). Brechbiel was the only one able to break up the trio as starters and he departed after making All-ACC, and third team All-American last fall. Strock has only one starter back in Ken Roy an All- American prospect himself. 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 coach- ed 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 and Christi Lynn. 11 TERRAPIN NOTES FOUR YEAR LETTERMEN: Kevin Benson and LeRoy Hughes became the first of the four year lettermen for the Terps under the new freshman eligible rule . Benson started for four years at linebacker while Hughes lettered as a tailback before moving to defensive end. Five more Terps should join the four-year letterman group this year as all five are starters. Bob Raba at tight end, Ed Fulton at offensive guard, Joe Campbell and Ralph Fisher as defensive tackles and Ken Roy at defensive back are the three year lettermen. Mark Manges at quarterback and Ernie Salley at defensive guard are juniors looking for their third letter. Four freshmen earned their letters for the Gator Bowl Champions last year with Steve Atkins at tailback, Scott Murphy at tight end, Dean Richards at wingback and Kervin Wyatt a letterman on the offen- sive line now at linebacker. INTERCEPTION AVOIDANCE: Maryland quarter- backs threw 218 passes last fall with only six intercep- tions, the fifth best in the nation. Larry Dick suffered only two interceptions while throwing 158 passes with eight touchdown tosses. At the same time the Maryland defense was picking off 12 of 189 opponents tosses. KICKOFF RETURNS: Maryland not only led the na- tion in Kickoff Return average last fall but had John Schultz as the individual leader. As a team the Terps averaged 29.5 yards on 26 returns. Terp opponents picked up only 21 yards a return and were able to return only 48 of 82 kickoffs at all. Schultz and Rick Jennings not only had a pair of 90 plus yarders each but they came at very opportune times, all after the opponents had taken the lead. North Carolina scored the first time the Tar Heels had the football but Schultz then returned the kickoff 92 yards to the Tar Heel two yard line and the Terps went on to a 34-7 win. The following week Kentucky scored on a 80 yard drive after the opening kickoff but Rick Jennings then returned the ensuing kickoff 93 yards and the game eventually ended in a 10- 10 tie. North Carolina State took a 7-3 first quarter lead on the Terps but Rick Jennings then ran the kickoff back 96 yards and Maryland was off to a 37-22 win. Clemson also took the lead on the Terps 6-0 but Schultz returned the kickoff 92 yards for the score and Maryland went on to pull out a 22-20 win. Jennings' return for the touchdown against Kentucky was the first for a Terp since John King ran one back 92 yards against Virginia in 1968, in Charlottesville. The return by Jennings against North Carolina State was the first in Byrd Sta- dium since Ken Ambrusko ran a kickoff back 101 yards against Navy in 1964. With Tom Brown returning one in 1962 the Terps had only three scoring kickoff returns in 14 years then added three in one season with another falling only two yards short. Mark Manges 12 Joe Campbell • DT Ralph Fisher ■ DT TOTAL OFFENSE LEADERS: When the Terps led the ACC in total offense with 375.2 yards a game in 1975 it was the first time since 1962 when Maryland led with 306.9 yards a game. The Terps were second in 1974 with 407.6 a game. Claiborne's Terps also led the ACC in scoring with 27.2 points a game, again the first time the Terps led the league since 1955. The 802 yards in the final regular season game against Virginia was the highest total recorded in the nation last fall. ATTENDANCE LEADERS: Maryland averaged 45,657 fans a game in Byrd Stadium in 1975 with five home games. This surpassed the record 42,540 by North Caro- lina State for five home games in 1974. This is nearly a 40,000 increase since Claiborne arrived in College Park. In 1971 the Terps averaged 15,679 for six games in Byrd Stadium. While the Terps' attendance has jumped the entire league has also improved. In the last five years ACC attendance has jumped 29.7 percent with a record 1,345,962 watching 38 league home games in 1975. The average for the 38 games of 35,420 was also a league high. The increase by the ACC was the largest of any of the seven major conferences with the Big Eight next at 15.7 percent. COACHING ASSIGNMENT: Jerry Claiborne has been named as Assistant Coach for the East Team in the East- West Shrine' game. Claiborne was also named to the 1976 game but had to withdraw with his team in the Gator Bowl. Claiborne also served on the East staff in the Coaches All-American game in Lubbock, Texas this past summer. AMONG THE NATION'S TOP 20: Jerry Claiborne ranks among the nation's top 20 coaches with his 91 vic- tories in 14 years as a head coach winning .624 percent of his games. Four games have ended in ties. Since joining the Terps Claiborne has won 66 percent of his games with a 30-15-2 mark in four years. Ken Roy ■ DB 13 Gene Ochap - C Dave Conrad - ST TERP FAN CLUB: Ten of the Terps had their own appointed fan club last fall as they participated in the "Big Brothers" program. Five of those in the program last year are back this fall and others are expected to join the program. Leon Harris, Doug Herbert, Ernie Salley, Chip Garber and Jonathan Claiborne are those returning who joined the program last year. SUGAR BOWL CHAMPIONS: The Maryland Alumni Association and the University will pay tribute to the 1952 Sugar Bowl Champions at the Kentucky game on October 30. The Silver Anniversary team beat Tennessee 28-13 in one of the Terps' greatest victories ever. Among the list of stars from that team is Jack Scarbath, now a member of the Board of Regents of the University. EXPERIENCED LINE: For the first time in Coach Claiborne's four years at Maryland the Terps open the season with experience on the offensive line. Dave Con- rad at strongside tackle, Bob Raba at tight end, Gene Ochap at center and Ed Fulton at quickside guard are starters returning from the Gator Bowl Champions. Tom Schick at the quickside tackle was expected to start last year but suffered a fracture of the leg in pre-season prac- tice and missed the season. Mike Yeates, the strongside guard, is the strongest man on the team bench pressing 450 pounds. John Zernhelt, another strongside tackle, is a two year lettterman. Raba and Fulton are three year lettermen. TOTAL DEFENSE LEADERS: Claiborne's defense, ranked twelfth in the nation, led the ACC for the fourth consecutive year and it was also the fourth straight rush- ing defense crown for the Terps. Most importantly it was the third consecutive defense against scoring title for the Terps. Joe Campbell, an All-American candidate and Ralph Fisher are the returning starters at tackle and the finest pair in the ACC. Ernie Salley and Ted Klaube are a fine pair of defensive guards with Bob Schwartz and Larry Seder experienced backup men, giving the Terps a strong interior defensive line. -■*Sft*«fc Bob Raba - TE 14 TERRAPIN HONORS IN 1975 ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE "COACH OF YEAR" Jerry Claiborne ALL-ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE Kevin Benson - LB Jim Brechbiel - DB Joe Campbell - DT Paul Divito - DG LeRoy Hughes - DE-LB Marion Koprowski - OT Mike Sochko - KS ALL-ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE ACADEMIC Kim Hoover - SE John Schultz - WB Mike Cielensky - DB ALL-AMERICAN SELECTIONS Associated Press - HM Kevin Benson - LB Jim Brechbiel - DB Paul Divito - DG Leroy Hughes - DE-LB FOOTBALL NEWS — THIRD TEAM Jim Brechbiel - DB LeRoy Hughes - DE-LB ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICAN — FIRST TEAM Kim Hoover JIM WEAVER POSTGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP Kim Hoover - SE NCAA-CHEVROLET SCHOLARSHIP (ABC-TV GAME) Sept. 27 - Kevin Benson - LB GATOR BOWL AWARDS (by Gator Bowl) Outstanding Offensive Player Steve Atkins - RB (by Mutual Radio) Outstanding Offensive Player Steve Atkins - RB Outstanding Defensive Player Paul Divito - DG COACHES ALL-AMERICAN GAME John Schultz - WB Rick Jennings - RB Jerry Claiborne - Coach UPI-NATIONAL BACKFIELD OF WEEK Sept. 6 - Mark Manges - QB EAST-WEST SHRINE GAME — 1977 Jerry Claiborne - Coach ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE "Players of Week" Sept. 6 Offensive Back — Mark Manges Offensive Line — Dave Conrad 13 Defensive Line — Joe Campbell 20 Defensive Back — Ken Roy Rookie — Mike Sochko 27 Defensive Line — Kevin Benson Oct. Nov. 4 Defensive Back Defensive Line 11 Offensive Back 18 Defensive Back 1 Defensive Line 8 Rookie 15 Defensive Line Rookie 22 Offensive Back Defensive Line Rookie Jim Brechbiel Paul Divito John Schultz Kevin Benson LeRoy Hughes Larry Dick Ted Klaube Mike Sochko Larry Dick Paul Divito Steve Atkins ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE HONOR ROLL Thirty-six University of Maryland athletes were named to the ACC Honor Roll in 1976 having achieved a "B" average for the 1975-76 school year. The Football team led the list with 10 while the Soccer team contributed nine. THE FOOTBALL LIST Mike Cielensky - DB Jonathan Claiborne • SF Dan Foster ■ DE Kim Hoover • SE Joe Muffler ■ DE GeneOchap • C Bob Raba ■ TE George Shihda ■ LB Chris Ward - DB Ken Watson ■ DT 15 THE EXCITING OFFENSE Kinney - SE Schmaltz - SE Hagan - SE Simon - QT Kelly • TE Maddox - TB Black -TB Stevens - QG Nick - QT Wilson - FB Dudish - FB O'Hare - QB Rhodes - C Chamberlain - QG 16 Richards • WB White - WB Dotter - WB Bell - SG Ulam -QT Sochko - KS Murphy • TE Burgess ■ TE Zernhelt - ST Kissel • QG THE DEVASTATING DEFENSE Calta ■ LE Saliey-LG Klaube - RG Garber-RE Carr ■ LB Koziol - LE Kalodner - LT Wyatt ■ LB Stanford ■ SF Claiborne ■ SF Harbert - DB Ward - DB Reid - DB Ford - DB Miller- LB Douglas ■ LE m Schwartz ■ RG Seder ■ RG Johnson - RT Watson - RT Muffler -RE Pelanda • RE M L Ganascioli - LB Palmer- LG #976 TERPS STEVE ATKINS (38) — Sophomore, 6-1, 225 (6/22/56) Spotsylvania, Virginia. Has the potential to be Maryland's All-Time running back . . . gained more yards (491) rushing as a freshman than Louis Carter gained as a sophomore enroute to career record . . . has solid 4.6 speed and strength . . . bench pressed 265 when he arrived at Maryland without benefit of weight training . . . pressed 275 pounds in spring . . . played in only eight of 12 games as freshman missing Villanova, Tennessee, Kentucky and Cincinnati games due to injury . . . played only first half of Penn State game gaining 66 yards before being injured and after missing Cincinnati game saw only limited action against Clemson but twice picked up first downs on 4th and one situations on final drive that led to winning field goal with eight seconds remaining . . . also scored a td on 4th and goal with 9:18 remaining in Clemson game ... in final game of regular season gained 126 yards on 10 carries and then added 127 on 20 carries against Florida in Gator Bowl . . . named the offensive player of the game by Gator Bowl Committee and also by Mutual Radio Network . . . scored seven touchdowns during regular season with longest a 60 yard run against Vir- ginia . . . averaged 5.6 yards a carry on 87 carries during season and over 6.4 in the Gator Bowl game . . . also had a 22 yard pass reception in Gator Bowl . . . played for Ken Brown at Spotsylvania High where he was All-State and recruited by everyone . . . ACC Rookie of Week in Virginia game . . . first collegiate td was a 13 yard run against North Carolina . . . added scores of one yard against Syracuse and N.C. State, a five yarder against Penn State and the 4th and one against Clemson . . . scored twice against Virginia adding a five yard run to the 60 yard romp. ROBERT "BOBBY" BELL (73) — Sophomore, 6-2, 238 (7/17/54) The Plains, Virginia. Freshman in '74 . . . did not play last fall . . . has started at strongside guard on offense in the past two spring games . . . has Mike Yeates returning as letterman ahead of him . . . strong, bench pressing 345 pounds, 60 more than he did as a freshman . . . from Fauquier high where he captained the football team and was a weight man on the track team ... on Northwest Regional Champions in 1971 and Commonwealth District Cham- pions in 1973 . . . played in the 1974 Virginia All-Star game . . . born in Fauquier County. ANTHONY "TONY" BLACK (20) — Sophomore, 5-10, 185 (12/20/56) North Brentwood, New York. Scored his first varsity touchdown as a freshman against Villanova in '74 . . . did not play last year . . . played behind Maddox in spring game at tailback . . . carried the ball 13 times as a freshman with his longest run a 13 yard scamper and caught a pair of passes . . . bench pressed 230 pounds when he enrolled at Maryland now presses 315 pounds . . . All-State at Central Islip high where he starred in both football and lacrosse and was on championship teams in both sports . . . born in Jacksonville, Florida . . . captained both football and lacrosse teams in high . . . THOMAS "TOM" BURGESS (87) — Sophomore, 6-5, 220 (9/15/56) Forestville, Maryland. Joined varsity as a freshman tight end when Bob Raba suffered a broken hand in pre-season work . . . played in his first collegiate game against Villanova . . . increased his bench press by 65 pounds in only seven months work on the weights . . . played for Frank Nietzey at Bishop McNamara High as a prep All-American . . . also cap- tained the basketball team . . . kicked a 37 yard field goal and extra point in a 10-6 win in city championship game against Anacostia in RFK Stadium . . . caught 30 passes for 417 yards and punted for 45 yard average in senior year in high scoring one td and kicking three field goals . . . seven field goals in high included a 42 yarder. KEITH CALTA (41) — Sophomore, 6-2, 215 (8/5/56) Williamsport, Pennsylvania. Only newcomer expected to break into starting lineup . . . has the potential to become an outstanding defensive end with quickness and strength . . . played the left side in spring game ... as freshman in '74 bench pressed 275 pounds and now presses 355 . . . has 4.7 speed . . . did not play in '75 . . .tight end and defensive back at Williamsport Area High where he was the MVP and Captained the football team . . . weight man and threw the javelin for track team in high . . . born in Williams- port . . . '%'•*» »>^J§ft ^>A , -^ -Si *C - f JOSEPH "JOE" CAMPBELL (79) — Senior, 6-6, 255 (5/8/55) Wilmington, Delaware. True All-American candidate ... a three year letter- man at defensive tackle . . . ALL-ACC as junior and ACC Defensive Lineman of week in Tennessee game . . . led defensive line in tackles as junior ... in last two years has been in on 219 tackles, 11 quarterback sacks, caused seven fumbles and recovered three . . . accounted for 103 yards in losses by opponents . . . has worked hard with weights and now bench presses 340 pounds with 4.7 speed ... in Tennessee game with score 7-0 and 4th and five from the 10 he rushed Craig Colquitt forcing him to pull the punt back down and take the safety as he saw Campbell had it blocked . . . two plays prior he had 18 sacked Gary Roach for a nine yard loss setting up the safety . . . had 12 tackles in the game with two sacks, knocked down a conversion pass and blocked a field goal with the score 13-2 ... on State Championship team at Salesianum High in football and track running the 220 and 880 relay . . . also a high jumper and triple jumper . . . born in Wilmington . . . working hard to follow Randy White to professionals and considered one of the top linemen by the pros . . . White was also from Wilmington but he attended Thomas McKean high . . . Campbell was a split end and defensive tackle in high and center on the basketball team . . . scored winning touchdowns in two games in high . . . BRADLEY "BRAD" CARR (46) — Junior, 6-1, 205 (2/4/56) York, Pennsylvania. Letterman linebacker with two years experience as he also played on the varsity as a freshman . . . had 19 tackles and a pass interception as a freshman and 72 tackles with three quarterback sacks as a sophomore . . . had five tackles for no gain last fall and accounted for 32 yards in losses by opponents causing one fumble . . . bench presses 285 pounds, up 55 pounds from his fresh- man year . . . All-Big 33 while at William Penn high as a linebacker . . . started opening game last fall against Villanova and made 11 tackles, had one gb sack for 12 yard loss and caused a fumble despite playing only three quarters of the game leaving early with most of the regu- lars . . . missed three games last fall with injury . . . also played basketball in high serving as co-captain of both the football and basketball teams . . . born in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. GLENN CHAMBERLAIN (60) — Sophomore, 6-0, 220 (2/13/56) Pompton Plains, New Jersey. Started at quickside guard for White team in spring game . . . freshman in '74 and did not play last fall . . . bench pressed 245 as freshman and now tops 300 pounds with 4.9 speed . . . football, baseball and basketball letterman at Pequannock Township high where he cap- tained the football and baseball teams and was All-State in both sports . . .. also All-American in football in high as a linebacker and fullback . . . played on championship team for Fred Hill in high . . . brother Force was three year letterman at Clemson . . . Chemistry major . . . born in Pompton Plains. STEPHEN "STEVE" CIANCIULLI (91) — Sopho- more, 6-1, 220 (1/24/56) Staten Island, New York. Started as defensive left guard in spring game . . . has benefit of two spring practices enrolling for spring semes- ter of '75 . . . three year letterman at Monsignor Farrell High where he played on two championship teams, was accorded All-Met honors and Who's Who All-American honors ... a defensive tackle in high and captain of the '73 team . . . also MVP honors . . . bench presses 365 pounds . . . born in Brooklyn, New York. Junior, 5-10, 160 JONATHAN CLAIBORNE (10) (5/26/55) Hyattsville, Maryland. The coach's son, he came out for the football team on his own earning a scholarship the hard way . . . im- pressed as a freshman in '73 with the junior varsity as in his first start at safety led Terps to a 14-9 win over Vir- ginia 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 Northwestern high in Hyattsville, Maryland . . . MVP of Northwestern team in '72 and also played base- ball and basketball . . . lettered as a sophomore and earned the starting job at safety this past spring . . . ACC Honor Roll Student as Accounting and Pre-Lavv Major . . . defensive back and wide receiver at Northwestern . . . has the knack of finding the ball and is a sure tackier . . . born in Bryan, Texas. DAVE CONRAD (57) — Senior, 6-4, 245 (10/27/53) Cherry Hill, New Jersey. Two year letterman and starting strongside tackle on Gator Bowl Champions . . . Has the strength, bench pressing 390 pounds . . . played on undefeated team at Milford Academy in '73 and for Camden Catholic in '72 . . . ACC-Offensive Lineman of week for his performance in Villanova opener last fall . . . excellent on pass protec- tion and considered a professional prospect . . . born in St. Louis . . . LARRY DICK (12) — Junior, 6-3, 200 (3/22/55) 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 pulling two games out in closing seconds . . . took over for Mark Manges in third quarter of Tennessee game last fall and finished the season sharing duties with Manges although he played most of the Gator Bowl game . . . ranked fifth in the ACC in total offense and fourth in passing . . . had only two passes intercepted in 158 attempts while throwing for eight touchdowns . . . Freshman in '73 and did not play in '74 . . . had a knee operation in spring but should be at full strength this fall . . . against Ten- nessee he completed 15 of 24 passes for 164 yards and a touchdown in last 18 minutes of the game . . . made his first start against North Carolina and completed nine of 12 passes for 137 yards and a td leading Maryland to win over the favored Tar Heels . . . ACC Rookie of Week against Cincinnati and ACC Offensive Back of Week against Virginia . . . came off bench against Cincinnati with Terps trailing 13-0 and led team to victory hitting winning td pass with 1:38 left in game after finding John Schultz with a 17 yard pass on fourth and nine from the Cincinnati 28 . . . winning drive covered 80 yards in 3:06 on 14 plays . . . fine blocker taking out cornerback to spring Jamie Franklin for td against Cincinnati . . . scored on five yard bootleg against Syracuse ... at Park- dale passed for 2,186 yards in last two years with 23 touchdowns and ran for three td's while gaining 316 yards rushing . . . honor student in high where he also played basketball and baseball ... hit Chuck White with 70 yard scoring pass against Villanova last fall and Kim Hoover with 49 yard toss against North Carolina follow- ing that with a 47 yard toss to Hoover against Wake Forest ... his 19 yard pass to Hoover accounted for the only td in Maryland's 13-0 win over Florida in the Gator Bowl ... he completed 90 of 158 passes for 1,190 yards last fall . . . born in Johnstown, Pennsylvania. DONALD "DONNIE" DOTTER (32) — Sopho- more, 6-2, 195 (2/19/56) Hagerstown, Maryland Played behind Chuck White in the spring game . . . freshman in '74 and did not play in '75 . . . has excellent speed and strength to be an outstanding blocker at wing- 19 back . . . bench pressed 185 as freshman and now presses 300 pounds . . . Captained football, basketball and track teams at Williamsport high where he reigned as the state champion in the long jump and led the track team in scoring for four years ... on state championship track team and district champions in basketball . . . with White and Dean Richards gives Terps three fine wingbacks . . . born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. JOHN DOUGLAS (48) — Junior, 6-1, 200 (3/15/56) Tallahassee, Florida. Junior College transfer from Ferrum who enrolled for spring semester and had the advantage of spring practice . . . fullback and linebacker in high school and defensive end at Ferrum . . . left defensive end in spring game for Terps . . . attended Godby high . . . brother Tony at West Virginia State . . . second team All-American at Ferrum . . . Co-Captain of Ferrum team the National Junior College Champions and played on Junior College All-Star team in North-South game ... as defensive player recovered a fumble and ran 75 yards with it for a touchdown in high school . . . has excellent speed and bench presses 285 pounds . . . born in Rochester, New York. MICKEY DUDISH (37) — Sophomore, 6-0, 200 (3/2/57) Wilkes- Barre, Pennsylvania. Injured as a freshman hampering his chances of join- ing the varsity early ... on Pennsylvania All-Big 33 team and Prep All-American Cum Laude by Coach & Athlete . . . Also on Coach & Athlete Super Eleven Team as Tail- back . . . 1,418 yards rushing at Meyers High in senior year with 23 pass attempts, 13 completions for 300 yards and four touchdowns . . . scored 49 touchdowns in three years and total of 3,284 yards rushing . . . averaged 20 points a game in basketball and three season batting average in baseball of .465 . . . pitched seven no-hitters in his first three years in high school . . . only player to ever earn MVP honors in three sports in the area high schools . . . Scholastic Magazine All-American ... on championship team in three sports . . . moved to fullback in spring . . . has good speed and strength to be out- standing blocker . . . bench pressed 215 pounds last fall when he enrolled and pressed 295 this spring . . . born in Wilkes-Barre. GARY ELLIS (29) — Sophomore, 6-2, 185 (4/26/57 State College, Pennsylvania. Caught one pass for 10 yards in spring game at split end . . . wide receiver and defensive safety at State Col- lege Area high where he was All-Big 33, All-State and also center on the basketball team ... he captained both teams in high . . . brother Bruce on Penn State team, father is Associate Dean at Penn State and mother is Director of Undergraduate Library at Penn State . . . on championship football and basketball teams in high . . . losing one game in senior year while winning the Pennsylvania Championship against Central Catholic in '73 . . . caught 32 passes for 16 touchdowns and 731 yards in senior year with total of 27 touchdowns in high . . . born in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. RALPH FISHER (71) — Senior, 6-2, 235 (7/26/55) Radford, Virginia. Three year letterman . . . lettered as defensive end as freshman . . . defensive starter at right tackle as sopho- more and last fall took over Randy White's place at de- fensive left tackle . . . had 98 tackles, two quarterback sacks and a pass interception last fall ... 67 tackles and three sacks as sophomore . . . has 4.8 speed and bench presses 335 pounds ... on two championship teams in high as a fullback and linebacker and captained the football and track teams at Radford high . . . also played baseball in high and played in Virginia All-Star football game as captain of the west team . . . has lettered on three bowl teams at Maryland . . . his nine tackles in oppon- ents' backfield have accounted for 48 yards in losses . . . intercepted a pass against North Carolina and returned it 19 yards to the Tar Heel 23 in second quarter with Maryland holding a 13-7 lead . . . was a weight man on the championship track team in high . . . born in Rad- ford, Virginia. JAMES "JIM" FORD (27) — Junior, 6-0, 190 (8/1/56) Huntington, New York. Junior College transfer from Nassau Community Col- lege who enrolled for spring semester and participated in spring practice . . . started at defensive right halfback for Red team in spring game . . . was a defensive back at Walt Whitman high and Nassau ... on undefeated team, 9-0, at Nassau winning the Atlantic Coast Cham- pionship and played in junior college All-Star game for North team . . . born in Huntington Station, New York. WILLIAM "BILL" FOTTA (90) — Junior, 6-1, 210 (6/8/55) Masontown, Pennsylvania. Played in five games for the Gator Bowl Champions last fall ... a All-WPIAL back at Albert Gallatin high where he lettered in football and basketball for three years . . . twice runner-up for championship to Wash- ington high in football and twice runner-up to West Mifflin for championship in basketball . . . captained both teams in high . . . has good speed for linebacker and bench presses 355 pounds . . . ED FULTON (63) — Senior, 6-4, 245 (1/27/55) Sparta, New Jersey. Three year letterman on three consecutive bowl teams . . . Starting quickside guard on the Gator Bowl Cham- pions . . . considered one of the finest in the league . . . has 4.9 speed and bench presses 340 pounds . . . four year letterman and all-conference tackle at Sparta high in football and two year letterman in basketball . . . captained the football team at Sparta and won two con- ference football championships . . . born in Abington, Pennsylvania. JOSEPH "JOE" GANASCIOLI (43) — Sophomore, 6-1, 215 (10/5/56) Wheaton, Maryland. Linebacker and fullback at Wheaton high for three years where he was All-Metropolitan and played on the 20 Maryland All-Star South team . . . weightman and sprint- er on track team and runner-up for state title in shot put . . . attended St. Johns before moving to Wheaton . . . has good speed and his improved his bench press from 255 to 325 pounds . . . freshman in '74 and did not play in '75 . . . has been hampered by injury . . . born in Washington, D.C. GEORGE "CHIP" GARBER, JR. (23) — Junior, 6-2, 195 (5/7/55) Winchester, Virginia. Defensive end on Gator Bowl Champions and only letterman returning at defensive end . . . expected to start at the right end spot taking over for LeRoy Hughes . . . a quarterback and defensive back for Handley high where he was named All-Commonwealth and All-North- west Region . . . two year letterman in basketball at Handley and runner-up for the state championship in the pole vault . . . member of Phi Delta fraternity . . . third in the ACC Championships outdoors pole vaulting for the Terps as a freshman . . . also competed in the Penn Relays as a freshman . . . came to Maryland on his own as a walk on and proved himself the hard way . . . captained the basketball team in high and his '70 football team won the Commonwealth championship . . . father played at Richmond and sister Chris is a ranked Tennis player in state of Virginia . . . sister Beth also plays tennis . . . had two quarterback sacks last fall and three minus plays accounted for minus 10 yards . . . knocked down three passes and recovered a fumble . . . bench presses 295 pounds . . . born in Winchester, Virginia. PAUL GLAMP (58) — Sophomore, 6-2, 225 (9/25/56) Street, Maryland. Has a twin brother Pete also on squad as a freshman . . . Paul enrolled last fall while Pete did not enroll until the spring semester after suffering a knee injury in the Maryland All-Star game in which both played . . . Paul was a defensive and offensive tackle at North Har- ford high where he also reigned as the State heavyweight wrestling champion ... he captained the football and wrestling teams at North Harford . . . his football team was runner-up to Howard for the District championship in '73 and his wrestling team won the Bel Air tourna- ment twice, the Perryville Championships twice, the county championships twice and the regional champion- ships in '74 ... in one high school game Paul blocked a punt, his brother Pat picked it up and scored a touch- down and brother Pete then kicked the extra point . . . he bench presses 330 pounds . . . born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. JAMES "JIM" HAGAN (22) — Junior, 5-11, 175 (9/26/54) Carteret, New Jersey. Wide Receiver at Milford Academy where team was undefeated in '73 . . . also wide receiver at Carteret high in '71 and '72 . . . split end for Terps in spring game . . . ran the 440 on the Carteret track team for three years ... on Gator Bowl champions in '75 . . . most memorable moment in sports was 26 yard clutch touch- down with four minutes left in game and trailing by six points . . . born in Newark, New Jersey. DOUGLAS "DOUG" HARBERT (26) — Junior, 6-0, 185 (10/14/54) Lumberport, West Virginia. Defensive back and quarterback at Lumberport high for four years . . . lettered on Gator Bowl Champions last fall . . . starting defensive right halfback in spring . . . All-State football at Lumberport, honorable mention All-State in basketball as he lettered three years, earned four letters as a shortstop on the baseball team and three years on the track team . . . total of 14 letters earned in high school . . . captained the football team his junior and senior years . . . bench presses 280 pounds . . . fresh- man in '73 did not play in '74 . . . born in Fairmont, West Virginia. LEON HARRIS (4) — Senior, 5-11, 180 (12/7/53) Gloucester, New Jersey. Lefthanded quarterback . . . saw limited action on Gator Bowl Champions completing five of eight passes for 61 yards and running 10 times for 64 yards . . . had a 38 yard scamper against Syracuse ... on his 18 plays he accounted for 125 yards and a average of 6.9 yards a play . . . started four of five games for JV in '72 and did not play in '73 . . . completed two of four passes in '74 and played some as a defensive back but settled in as a quarterback in '75 . . . ACC honor roll student . . . All-State quarterback at Gloucester on team that averaged 40.6 points a game as he passed for 3,348 yards on 233 completions, ran for 1,877 yards and scored 27 touch- downs . . . JAMES "JIM" HUTSON — Sophomore, 6-8, 275 (2/16/57) Joppa, Maryland. Prep Ail-American and All-State at Edgewood high . . . played in Maryland All-Star game in Byrd Stadium . . . captained the football and basketball teams in high . . . defensive £nd and defensive tackle in high ... in- jured and did not play in spring game . . . also played baseball in high as a catcher . . . had 81 tackles, 49 assists, 18 quarterback sacks and thre fumble recoveries his senior year at Edgewood . . . also blocked 15 passes . . . born in Baltimore, Maryland. RENE IBANEZ — Sophomore, 6-0, 230 (12/3/56) West New York, New Jersey. All-State tackle at Memorial high where he earned three letters and captained the '74 football team . . . MVP at Memorial high . . . defensive right guard in spring game . . . bench presses 340 pounds . . . brother Raul played as a freshman at Memorial high in '74 . . . born in Cuba. GERALD INMAN (98) — Senior, 6-4, 240 (2/27/54) New York, New York. Enrolled at Maryland in spring of '74 but did not play that fall ... on Gator Bowl Champions in '75 playing in three games . . . defensive right tackle in spring game . . . came to Maryland from Fort Scott Junior College in Kansas . . . Ail-American at Brandeis high in New York City . . . captained the Brandeis team . . . All- Conference at Fort Scott . . . played in New York All- Star game in high . . . born in Dillion, South Carolina. CHARLES "CHARLIE" JOHNSON (99) — Sopho- more, 6-2, 260 (6/29/57) Baltimore, Maryland. Defensive tackle in spring game . . . excellent quick- ness and has improved bench press from 215 to 270 pounds in just seven months on the weights . . . All- Metropolitan and All-State at Southwestern high in Balti- more . . . played in Maryland All-Star game . . . also captained the football team two years and earned four letters in wrestling and lacrosse in high . . . scholar- athlete award in high . . . tackle and middle guard in high . . . born in Baltimore. 21 STEPHEN "STEVE" KALODNER (97) — Sopho- more, 6-3, 230 (6/27/57) Lester, Pennsylvania. Offensive tackle and guard as freshman on Gator Bowl champions . . . worked at defensive tackle in spring before suffering injury . . . tight end and tackle at Inter- boro high . . . also lettered on the basketball team as a forward and the baseball team as a catcher at Interboro . . . captained the football and baseball teams ... all scholastic in high . . . has good quickness and bench presses 300 pounds . . . brother David is a sophomore at Albright . . . born in Darby, Pennsylvania. JOHN KELLY (92) — Sophomore, 6-5, 215 (8/20/55) Wantagh, New York. Defensive tackle in spring of '75 moved to tight end . . . tight end in '76 spring game after not playing in '75 . . . good quickness and bench presses 325 pounds . . . was an end in football, heavyweight wrestler and first baseman on the baseball team at Wantagh high where he captained the wrestling team . . . VINCENT "VINCE" KINNEY (81) — Junior, 6-3, 190 (3/17/56) Baltimore, Maryland. Wide Receiver as a freshman and lettered as a tight end on the Gator Bowl Champions . . . caught 13 passes for 241 yards and a pair of touchdowns last fall . . . caught both touchdown passes as the starter in the open- ing game against Villanova, 41 and 46 yard tosses from Mark Manges . . . moved to split end in the spring and also worked at wingback . . . has excellent speed . . . Sunpapers "Athlete of the Year" at Calvert Hall high where he earned eight letters in football, basketball and baseball . . . captained the football team and played in first Maryland All-Star football game ... on champion- ship teams twice in football and baseball at Calvert Hall . . . attended Roland Park Junior high . . . born in Baltimore. KEVIN KISSEL — Sophomore, 6-0, 230 (3/26/56) Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Offensive guard in spring . . . has also worked at offensive tackle . . . did not play in '75 . . . came to Mary- land from Brentwood high where he was All-WPIAL, Who's Who Ail-American and captained the football team . . . played on championship team at Brentwood in '73 . . . bench presses 340 pounds . . . born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. TED KLAUBE (61) — Junior, 6-0, 230 (8/8/55) Guttenberg, New Jersey. Starter from Gator Bowl Champions . . . defensive right guard . . . had 114 tackles last fall with a quarter- back sack and eight tackles in opponents backfield for minus 17 yards . . . also caused a fumble . . . played with varsity as a freshman in '73 and diid not play in '74 . . . bench presses 350 pounds . . . named the lineman of the year at North Bergen high where he captained the football and wrestling teams and earned nine letters including two in track throwing the discus . . . All-State in football, twice district and regional champion in wrestling and third in county championships in the discus . . . born in Hoboken, New Jersey. STEVEN "STEVE" KOZIOL (84) — Sophomore, 6-1, 220 (6/4/56) North Bergen, New Jersey. Fullback, linebacker and defensive end at North Ber- gen 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 . . . started at defensive end for red team in spring game ... on team but did not play in '75 . . . has good speed and strength, bench pressing 375 pounds . . . played on six championship teams in high . . . born in Jersey City. PHIL LIVINGSTON — Sophomore, 6-7, 260 (3/13/57) Gaithersburg, Maryland. All-Metropolitan and All-State at Gaithersburg high played in Maryland All-Star game . . . offensive tackle and basketball center for two years in high . . . cham- pionship team in high winning Montgomery AA title with 9-1 record . . . strongside tackle in spring game . . . born in Havre de Grace, Maryland. EDWARD "ED" LONCAR — Sophomore, 6-0, 180 (4/9/56) Montauk, New York. Soccer style placekicker . . . kicked off once for Terps against Tennessee attempting an onsides kick that the Terps recovered . . . backup kicker to Mike Sochko who was All-ACC last fall . . . holds the New York State record with a 53 yard field goal while kicking for East Hampton high ... on Daily News All-Star team and All- Long Island in high ... on championship team . . .born in Lodar Yugoslavia. WILLIAM "BILLY" MacDONALD — Sophomore, 6-0, 200 (12/3/56) Birmingham, Michigan Came to Maryland from Clarkstown South high in New City, New York but now makes his home in Michi- gan . . . running back and linebacker for Clarkstown for four years achieving All-State honors and named outstanding back in county . . . also lettered in basket- ball for four years . . . injured and missed the spring game . . . born in White Plains, New York. ALVIN "PREACHER" MADDOX (36) — Sopho- more, 5-10, 190 (4/9/55) Staunton, Virginia. Hard working tailback who runs a 4.6 and bench presses 365 pounds . . . "Player of the Year in the area while playing for Robert E. Lee high in Staunton . . . captained the football and track teams in high . . . most valuable player for three years . . . all-district for four years . . . all-state . . . gained 1,400 yards his senior year with 327 against Lexington and 287 against Broadway . . . ran the 100, 440, high jumped and was the weight 22 man on the track team . . . carried the ball 25 times as a freshman gaining 177 yards for a 7.1 yard average per carry . . . gained 71 yards on 12 carries in first collegiate game against Vilanova and 87 on six carries in final game of season against Virginia . . . scored on a nine yard run against Virginia . . . longest run as a freshman was 29 yards against Virginia . . . strong runner and has worked at fullback. MARK MANGES (13) _ junior, 6-3, 215 (1/10/56) Cumberland, Maryland. Two sport Ail-American in Football and Basketball at Fort Hill high where he was a quarterback and safety for former Terp Charlie Lattimer . . . lettered as a fresh- man and scored his first collegiate touchdown on a 17 yard run against Syracuse in Archbold Stadium ... in his first collegiate start this past fall he set a Maryland record by throwing four touchdown passes against Villa- nova ... in that game he completed 13 of 18 passes for 280 yards and converted five of seven third down situa- tions ... he was named to the UPI National backfield of the week and ACC back of the week for that per- formance ... in the second game of the season against Tennessee he suffered a separated shoulder while on the receiving end of a 33 yard pass as he handed off to John Schultz and then drifted downfield for the pass . . . Manges then returned for the Penn State game coming off the bench and nearly pulling out the win as the Terps missed a field goal with 15 seconds remaining and lost 15-13 ... he again came off the bench against Clemson to engineer the final drive that ended with the winning field goal with eight seconds remaining in the 22-20 win ... he completed 58 percent of his passes with 27 of 47 for 408 yards and four touchdowns and gained 121 yards on 38 carries rushing ... he 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 ... he scored his first two touchdowns in Byrd Stadium in the Maryland All-Star game . . . earned 12 letters in high with four each in football, basketball and track . . . MVP of the Maryland All-Star game . . . captained the football, basketball and track teams at Fort Hill 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 as a freshman . . . active in Fellowship of Christian Athletes . . . Pre- Law major . . . born in Cumberland. PETE MARCHETO _ Sophomore, 5-9, 180 (4/30/56) North Bergen, New Jersey. Outstanding placekicker at North Bergen high ... in one game he kicked the longest field goal in state history, a 48 yarder then added a 31 yarder, four extra points and had six kickoffs in the end zone . . . played on three championship teams in high with overall 24-2-1 record . . . born in Hoboken, New Jersey. MICHAEL "MIKE" MILLER (53) _ Senior, 6-0, 220, (12/19/53) Baltimore, Maryland. Two year letterman linebacker . . . starter on left side in spring game . . . had 67 tackles with three in the backfield, including two quarterback sacks, for 19 yards in losses, caused two fumbles, recovered one fumble and intercepted two passes ... 11 yard return with inter- ception against Virginia and picked off a Clemson fum- ble in midair and returned it to the Clemson 23 in 4th qtr with Maryland going in for score and 20-19 deficit ... as a sophomore had 17 tackles with one sack and a fumble recovery . . . linebacker and fullback for Arch- bishop Curley and was named to the Catholic Ail- American team . . . captained the football team in high and was named the most valuable defensive player . . . one of two lettermen linebackers returning . . . All-MSA and All-Metropolitan in high . . . born in Baltimore, Maryland. CHARLES "CHUCK" MOSS (34) _ Senior 6-4, 225 (12/26/53) Vestal, New York. Reserve fullback as transfer from Syracuse . . . backed up Tim Wilson in spring . . . carried only nine times for Gator Bowl Champions but gained 39 yards for 4.3 average per carry . . . worked hard on weights bench pressing 400 pounds . . . captained the Vestal Central high team in '71 . . . two brothers played football — John at Pittsburgh and Kevin at Syracuse . . . born in Vestal, New York . . . (NOTE: injured on construction accident during summer). JOSEPH "JOE" MUFFLER (11) _ Sophomore, 6-0, 180 (10/8/57) Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Defensive back at Father Judge high . . . defensive end for Terps in spring playing the right side . . . strong, bench pressing 285 pounds . . . All-Catholic, All-City and All-Metropolitan in high as he captained the Father Judge team . . . played in the city All-Star game in Philadelphia with the Catholic League opposing the Pub- lic Schools . . . born in Philadelphia. Sophomore, 6-4, 220 SCOTT MURPHY (80) (6/3/57) Dover, Ohio. Lettered on the Gator Bowl Champions as a freshman tight end . . . his performance enabled staff to move Vince Kinney back to wide receiver . . . tight end and defensive end at Dover high where he was All Region, All-District and on the All-State list . . . also All-Con- ference and on the All-District list as a basketball for- ward . . . four letters in basketball and three in football in high . . . has the opportunity to become a four letter- man in football at Maryland . . . captained both football and basketball teams in high with a football champion- ship and two basketball titles . . . bench pressed 275 pounds as freshman . . . born in Dover. GLENN NICK (93) _ Sophomore, 6-2, 220 (11/17/56) Hillside, New Jersey. Freshman in '74 and did not play in '75 . . . quickside tackle in spring . . . bench presses 325 pounds . . . All- State at Hillside high where he captained the football, indoor and out door track teams and lettered three times with each team . . . scored a td in high as tackle running 20 yards with a recovered fumble . . . moved to offense this spring . . . born in Newark, New Jersey. EUGENE "GENE" OCHAP (59) _ Senior, 6-0, 235 (11/2/55) McKeesport, Pennsylvania. Considered one of the finest centers in the ACC . . . has lettered on two bowl teams for Terps . . . bench presses 350 pounds . . . returning starter . . . All-Conference in football and Co-Captain of team at McKeesport high . . . earned three letters in football and wrestling in high and was runner-up for the Pensylvania State heavyweight championship . . . also captained the wrestling team . . . brother John is also wrestler and football player in high . . . nominated twice by coaching staff as ACC line- man of week for performances in Penn State and North Carolina State games . . . had excellent day blocking 23 against the Wolfpack as he was in on 63 of Maryland's 67 offensive plays and against Penn State played every snap with the exception of the kicking game . . . born in McKeesport. DAVID ODELL (44) _ Sophomore, 6-3, 220 (1/16/57) Carmel, New York. Quarterback and middle linebacker at Carmel high and played several positions including quarterback in two junior varsity games last fall . . . settled in at linebacker in spring for varsity . . . bench presses 315 pounds . . . earned three letters in football and basehall and two in basketball at Carmel while he captained all three teams and earned All-League honors in all three sports . . . born in Mahopac, New York. •^ +-M If TIMOTHY "TIM" O'HARE (2) _ Sophomore, 6-2, 190 (12/2/55) Montclair, New Jersey. Lefthanded quarterback . . . freshman in '74 and did not play in '75 . . . All-Conference quarterback for Im- maculate Conception where he earned three letters and then lettered at Milford Academy . . . also all-conference in baseball earning three letters and picked up two letters in basketball . . . captained the Milford football team in '73 ... on group C state championship team in high in '72 . . . born in Newark, New Jersey. NEAL OLKEWICZ (47) — Sophomore, 6-0, 205 (1/30/57) Spring City, Pennsylvania. Linebacker, the same position he earned All-Suburban honors while playing for Phoenixville high . . . cap- tained the football team in high earning three letters and also picked up three letters in baseball as a pitcher . . . has good speed and bench presses 335 pounds as a fresh- man . . . played the left linebacker spot in spring . . . born in Phoenixville, Pennsylvania. BRUCE PALMER (96) _ Sophomore, 6-2, 240 (11/21/55) Roanoke, Virginia. All-American nose guard at William Byrd high and played defensive tackle, fullback and linebacker for Fork Union Military for a year . . . state heavyweight wrestling champion for two years and lettered in both football and wrestling for four years in high . . . defensive left guard for Terps in spring . . . bench presses 315 pounds as freshman . . . born in Roanoke. MICKEY PELANDA (24 _ Junior, 6-3, 215 (3/14/55) Canfield, Ohio. Defensive left end on Gator Bowl Champions although he did not letter . . . good speed and bench presses 305 pounds, a hundred pound improvement in the past year . . . All-State defensive safety at Austintown Fitch high . . . also outstanding quarterback in high ... 12 inter- ceptions and knocked down 20 passes his senior year in high while causing six fumbles . . . recovered a fumble for Terps last fall . . . All-Steel Valley safety man and played 20 consecutive games in high playing both ways. ROBERT "BOB" RABA (86) _ Senior, 6-1, 215 (4/23/55) Bethesda, Maryland. Has lettered as tight end on three bowl teams . . . strong blocker as he bench presses 300 pounds and good receiver . . . played most of '75 season with broken hand suffered prior to the opening game . . . because of hand Terps did not utilize tight end pass to him until Virginia game when he had a 37 yard reception . . . caught three passes as a freshman and four as a sophomore with one touchdown . . . picked up six yards on an end around as a sophomore . . . runner-up to Larry Dick for area "player of year" honors as a tight end at Walt Whitman high . . . also wrestled and played baseball in high . . . earned seven letters in high . . . father played for George- town . . . born in Washington, D.C. WILLIAM "ANDY" REID (17) — Sophomore, 5-10, 170 (1/11/57) Smithsburg, Maryland. Defensive left halfback behind Ken Roy in spring . . . All-American and All-State honors for Smithsburg high where he also played basketball earning three letters and picked up three letters as a 6-foot-4 high jumper, long jumper and hurdler on the track team . . . captained the basketball and football teams in high . . . played for his father in high as offensive and defensive back and kick returner . . . senior year rushed for 1,638 yards, with 9.3 average per carry and 21 touchdowns . . . punted for 37.1 average and returned punts for 19.8 average . . . com- pleted two of three passes and caught seven passes . . . on defense had 61 tackles and three interceptions with three fumble recoveries . . . scored total of 59 touch- downs in high while rushing for 4,170 yards, recovered seven fumbles and had eight interceptions . . . born in South Hills, Virginia. DONALD "DON" RHODES (55) — Junior, 6-2, 228 (12/4/55) Hermine, Pennsylvania. On Gator Bowl Champions but did not letter as a guard-center . . . settled in at center in spring . . . fresh- man in '73 . . . was a tackle at Yough high where he also earned two letters in baseball . . . bench presses 315 pounds . . . born in Greensburgh, Pennsylvania. NATHANIEL "DEAN" RICHARDS (45) _ Sopho- more, 5-11, 180 (10/29/56) Dover, Ohio. Lettered on Gator Bowl Champions as a freshman . . . caught four passes last year for 59 yards and had a 10 yard run from the vvingback spot . . . started at wingback in spring and appears to be ready to take over for grad- uated John Schultz . . . caught three touchdown passes from Mark Manges in spring game on plays of 35, 1, and 45 yards . . . started the Wake Forest game as a freshman catching three passes for 48 yards . . . All-State and Eastern District "player of year" while playing for Dover high and earning three letters . . . also lettered twice in basketball and one in track at Dover . . . tailback and safety on championship team in high . . . captained the football and basketball teams in high and named the MVP in the New Philadelphia game as a sophomore . . . born in Dover. 24 KENNY "KEN" ROY (40) — Senior, 5-11, 185 (1/10/54) Washington, D.C. Defensive back and Ail-American candidate . . . only starter returning in defensive secondary that has only three lettermen ... no one topped his four interceptions in the ACC last year and no one came up with a bigger defensive play than his interception against North Caro- lina . . . with Terps leading 13-7 the Tar Heels took the second half kickoff 61 yards to the Maryland four and had a second down when he stepped in front of a Billy Paschall pass in the end zone, picked it off, and ran it out to the 17 . . . Maryland went on to win 31-7 ... he also had interceptions against Cincinnati, setting up a touchdown, Clemson and Tenr.essee ... he was the ACC defensive back of the week for his performance against North Carolina . . . coaches gave him a 100 percent grade for his defensive play in the Cincinnati game as he made five tackles in the secondary, set up go-ahead touchdown with interception and picked off a fumble in mid-air at Cincinnati 25 with score 14-13 . . . shared the punt re- turn duties with Jim Brechbiel last year and returned 21 for 155 yards and a 7.4 average per return, the longest 22 yards . . . lettered as a wingback on the '73 Peach Bowl team as freshman and on the '74 Liberty Bowl team as sophomore . . moved to defense last year and starred on the Gator Bowl Champions . . . four year letterman in football and basketball at nearby DeMatha high where he was a high school All-American in foot- ball . . . has excellent speed and strength pressing 325 pounds . . . earned 10 letters in high as he added a pair in baseball . . . captained the football team his senior year at DeMatha and on championship team ... on three championship teams in basketball . . . MVP in Wash- ington, D.C. All-Star game rushing for 130 yards in first half and scoring once . . . ACC honor roll student . . . carried 31 times for 126 yards and a touchdown as a freshman wingback and completed his only pass for a 34 yard touchdown against Penn State . . . also caught four passes for 70 yards . . . rushed for 32 yards as sopho- more and scored twice while catching three passes . . . born in Washington, D.C. EARNEST "ERNIE" S ALLEY (74) _ Junior, 6-3, 245 (2/10/56) Oxon Hill, Maryland. Played in the first Maryland All-Star game in Byrd Stadium . . . lettered as freshman defensive guard on the Liberty Bowl team and as a sophomore on the Gator Bowl Champions . . . very quick for his size and bench presses 315 pounds . . . has started several games and will start in fall after excellent spring . . . had 21 tackles as freshman 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 recovered a fumble ... as sophomore he was in on 96 tackles with eight quarterback sacks, 13 minus plays for 67 yards in opponents losses, caused four fumbles and knocked down a pass with his pass rush ... in North Carolina State game he had two sacks, caused a fumble and accounted for 18 yards in losses . . . one sack against Wolfpack came on second down after a drive to the Maryland 17 and the other on the Maryland 41 on first down . . . three year letterman as defensive guard at Oxon Hill high where he was named the defensive player of the year and All-Suburban honors . . . captained the Oxon Hill team ... in the game that broke Parkdale's 29 game winning streak he recovered three fumbles and scored a touchdown . . . born in Washington, D.C. THOMAS "TOM" SCHICK (77) — Senior, 6-4, 240 (8/4/54) Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Two year letterman and starting quickside tackle . . . missed the '75 season and Gator Bowl after suffering a fractured leg prior to the opening game of the season . . . considered a top professional prospect and even made one publications All-American team although he did not play a game in '75 . . . has worked hard, and strong as ever, bench pressing 380 pounds in spring and running a 4.9 . . . ACC honor roll student and engineer- ing major . . . had an outstanding junior year at Bartram high but missed most of senior year with injury . . . all- league as a junior in high and all-league in baseball his junior and senior years . . . RICHARD "RICK" SCHMALTZ (88) _ Senior, 6-0, 190 (6/25/53) Bristol, Connecticut. Has worked at split end and wingback as wide re- ceiver . . . started for white team in spring game as split end and lettered on '74 Liberty Bowl team . . . caught one pass for 18 yards as sophomore . . . had fine year with junior varsity in '72 and caught four passes for 86 yards in spring game of '73 . . . caught two in spring game of '75 and one in '76 spring game . . . All-New England Prep while playing for St. Thomas Moore Prep and while at Bristol high was named All-State . . . has worked hard on weight program and bench presses 300 pounds . . . ROBERT "BOBBY" SCHWARTZ (67) _ Junior, 6-1, 215, (8/26/53) Devon, Pennsylvania. Lettered as defensive guard with Gator Bowl Cham- pions despite knee injury that also caused him to miss spring practice . . . strong, bench pressing 330 pounds and provides depth at the left guard position . . . fresh- man in '73 and did not play in '74 ... 18 tackles with one sack and six for minus yards and 3 for no gain in '75 . . . has excellent quickness and works hard . . . came to Maryland from Manlius Prep and Conestoga high . . . middle guard for three years at Conestoga high where he was All-League, All-Suburban and co-captain of the football team . . . played in Philadelphia All-Star game in '72 . . . brother George played at Dayton . . . has six brothers and three sisters . . . captained the Manlius Prep team as a linebacker . . . born in Boston, Massa- chusetts. LAWRENCE "LARRY" SEDER (64) _ Junior, 6-2, 238 (9/17/55) Pottstown, Pennsylvania. Letterman on Gator Bowl Champions . . . freshman in '73 and did not play in '74 . . . defensive right guard last fall but missed spring game with injury ... 21 tackles with one for minus yards and knocked down a pass with pass rush . . . three year letterman at St. Pius X high and on All-State list . . . three year letterman in three sports, football, track and wrestling . . . weight man on track team . . . second in state championships in discus and second in district championships as heavyweight wrestler . . . scored a touchdown in high on tackle eli- gible pass and intercepted a quarterback pitchout . . . captained all three teams in high and played in two All- Star football games in high . . . bench presses 365 pounds . . . born in Pottstown. MICH4EL "MIKE" SIMON (52) — Sophomore, 6-3, 220 (10/7/56) Emporium, Pennsylvania. All-Star center and linebacker at Cameron County high for three years ... on Big 30 All-Star team, Pennsyl- 25 vania vs New York in '74 . . . freshman at Maryland in '74 and did not play in '75 . . . backup quickside tackle in spring . . . bench presses 325 pounds . . . earned 10 letters in high with three in football, four in wrestling and three in track running the hurdles . . . District runner-up in '73 and District Champion in '74 in wres- tling . . . captained the football team in '73 . . . father played in Cotton Bowl in '48 for Penn State and in the East-West Shrine game in '49 . . . born in St. Marys, Pennsylvania. MICHAEL "MIKE" SOCHKO (1) — Junior, 6-0, 210 (8/15/55) Pottstown, Pennsylvania. All-ACC kicker as sophomore . . . freshman in '73 did not play in '74 as defensive end candidate and kicked himself out of a chance to play defensive end in spring of '75 with his outstanding kicking . . . led Gator Bowl Champions in scoring with 67 points last fall and only one player in ACC scored more points . . . one of the top scorers in the nation returning for '76 . . . converted 12 of 21 field goal attempts and 31 of 34 PATs . . . tied Maryland and ACC record with eight PATs against Vir- ginia . . . added two field goals and a PAT against Flori- da in the Gator Bowl giving him a total of 74 points scored for the season . . . first fg of season was 38 yards against North Carolina for 10-7 lead and then added a 49 yarder in second quarter for 13-7 halftime lead . . . kicked 30 yarder against Kentucky for 10-7 lead ... 23 yarder against Syracuse for 10-0 lead ... 28 against N.C. State for 3-0 lead ... a pair of 27 yarders against Wake Forest for 3-0 and 27-0 leads ... a pair against Penn State of 26 for 12-3 deficit and 31 yards for 13-12 lead ... a 39 yarder against Clemson for 12-10 deficit and then 23 yards for 13-12 lead and added another of 29 yards with eight seconds left for 22-20 win . . . field goals in Gator Bowl were 20 and 27 yards ... he also punted 57 times for a 40.4 average with the longest a 70 yarder . . . net average on punts after returns was a fine 37.1 ... his kickoffs were consistently in the end zone with only 48 of 72 returned at all and those for a 21.0 average per return . . . often down under kicks himself making 16 tackles in 11 games ... he was a tight end, defensive end and quarterback at St. Pius X high with All-Suburban and All-WFIL honors lettering three times in football, four in baseball and two in basketball . . . All-League as a catcher in baseball . . . captained all three teams in high . . . played in two All-Star games in high . . . ACC rookie of week after Clemson game . . . born in Pottstown. JOHN STANFORD (30) — Junior, 6-1, 190 (1/11/56) Bloomfield, New Jersey. Letterman wingback on Gator Bowl Champions after working at safety in the spring . . . returned to safety this spring and has settled in there ... a quarterback and split end in high and wide receiver as freshman . . . com- peting with Jonathan Claiborne for starting safety role after two spring practices at the position . . . All-State in football and baseball at Bloomfield high and All-Metro- politan in both sports . . . captained both teams in high and on state championship teams in football and base- ball . . . brother James played Hockey for four years at Newark College of Engineering . . . active in Fellowship of Christian Athletes . . . born in Newark, New Jersey. BLAISE STEVENS (51) — Sophomore. 6-3, 230 (2/1/57) West Springfield, Massachusetts. Played as a freshman offensive guard but sufTered an injury in Kentucky game missing remainder of season . . . missed spring game also . . . came to Maryland from Cathedral high and Milford Academy . . . impressive as freshman playing behind Ed Fulton as the quickside guard prior to his injury . . . enrolled in General Studies at Maryland . . . born in Holyoke, Massachusetts. BOBBY THOMPSON (49) — Sophomore, 6-1, 205 (7/19/57) Fredericksburg, Virginia. Linebacker who worked with the varsity but did not play in Gator Bowl . . . All-District and All-Regional selection as linebacker at Stafford high in '74 ... set indoor shot put record at Stafford in '75 . . . Captained the football team and outdoor track team at Stafford . . . has good speed and bench presses 310 pounds. JAMES "JIM" ULAM — Sophomore, 6-3, 220 (7/10/56) Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Quickside Tackle in spring . . . defensive back and end at South Hills Catholic in Pittsburgh . . . followed brother Pat as outstanding defensive back for Terps to College Park . . . bench presses 290 up 75 pounds since starting on weights . . ; earned nine letters in high with four in track, three in football and two in basketball . . . two year starter and All-Conference in football, two year starter on sectional champions in basketball and leading scorer for track team . . . placed fifth in the decathlon in Western Pennsylvania . . . long jumped, high jumped and ran 440 as his feature events . . . captained all three teams in high ... in senior year had 22 receptions and six interceptions in football, averaged 10 points and 10 rebounds in basketball, ran a 51.0 in the 440, long jumped 21-6 and high jumped 6-2 . . . born in Pitts- burgh. CHRIS WARD (15) — Sophomore, 6-1, 190 (8/8/57) Red Bank, New Jersey. As safety in spring game picked off a pass and re- turned it 32 yards . . . four time honor roll student in high . . . MVP for Red Bank Regional high in Asbury Park game ... on two championship teams in football and one in basketball . . . captained the football and baseball teams in high . . . quarterback and defensive back in high and quarterback on scholar-athlete team . . . three letters in football, three in baseball as a short- stop, two in basketball and one letter in swimming . . . bench presses 295 with good speed . . . born in Eliza- beth, New Jersey. 26 KENNETH WATSON (56) — Sophomore, 6-2, 210 (5/20/56) Norfolk, Virginia. Defensive tackle . . . missed spring game with injury . . . has good speed and bench presses 305 pounds . . . freshman in '74 and did not play in '75 . . . tight end and tackle at Lake Taylor high . . . three letters in foot- ball and track in outdoor track in high running the 440 . . . lettered once indoors running the 500 and also lettered in Wrestling ... on championship team in '73 with 9-1 record . . . high school All-American, All-State and played in Virginia All-Star game . . . also on cham- pionship track team in high . . . born in Norfolk. CHARLES "CHUCK" WHITE (5) — Junior, 6-2, 180 (10/5/55) Woodbridge, Virginia. Split end on Gator Bowl Champions and played wing- back also in spring . . . outstanding wide receiver . . . has outstanding speed and bench presses 295 improving by 95 pounds since he started on the weights . . . caught six passes last fall for 117 yards and one touchdown . . . the touchdown came in the opening game of the season and was the longest play of the season from scrimmage, a 70 yard reception from Larry Dick against Villanova . . . freshman in '73 and did not compete in '74 . . . four year letterman in football at Woodbridge high . . . also earned three letters in basketball and two in track run- ning the 100 and 220 . . . captained the football and basketball teams in high and MVP in both sports . . . caught touchdown pass to beat Virginia Junior Varsity with no time remaining on clock as freshman . . . senior class president in high . . . born in Fort Knox, Kentucky. TIM WILSON (14) — Senior, 6-3, 215 (1/14/54) New Castle, Delaware. Starting fullback on Gator Bowl Champions and had outstanding junior year . . . gained 398 yards rushing on 82 carries for 4.9 average per carry and three touch- downs . . . also caught 15 passes for 160 yards and a pair of touchdowns . . . scored touchdowns with tough yardage from the one twice and two yard line . . . td passes from 12 and 25 . . . bench presses 315 pounds with excellent fullback speed . . . scored first collegiate touchdown against Villanova as sophomore on three yard run and then followed with a 45 yard scoring jaunt later in game . . . gained 141 yards for 5.4 average per carry as reserve tailback in sophomore year . . . also caught five passes ... as a freshman scored on a 61 yard run against Bainbridge Prep . . . scored 19 touchdowns for De La Warr high while averaging 7.3 yards a carry and gaining 1,134 yards . . . had kickoff returns of 72 and 84 yards in high ... as freshman in '72 caught six passes for 207 yards for junior varsity and scored three touchdowns on the receptions . . . gained 33 yards rushing in Gator Bowl game and caught two passes for 21 yards . . . KERVIN WYATT (65) — Sophomore, 6-2, 230 (10/17/57) Hillcrest Heights, Maryland. Linebacker, defensive end and offensive tackle at Potomac high . . . impressive as a freshman lettering on the Gator Bowl Champions while playing both quickside guard and quickside tackle . . . moved up to the varsity early in the season due to several injuries to offensive linemen . . . expressed the desire to give it a try as a linebacker and given chance there in spring . . . had a fine spring at linebacker and started on the left side for the Red team in the spring game ... has excellent quick- ness for his size and strength bench pressing 310 pounds . . . All-State selection in high and played in Maryland All-Star game . . . earned two letters as a pitcher on the baseball team in high and one in basketball . . . cap- tained the football team at Potomac and on champion- ship teams in both basketball and baseball . . . played in Cole Field House in state basketball championships citing that and beating Bowie high in football for the first time in Potomac history 17-16 as his most memorable moments in sports . . . honored as an outstanding young American by Rotary Club of southern Prince George's County . . . born in Washington, D.C. MICHAEL "MIKE' YEATES (70) — Junior, 6-1, 240 (7/6/55) Kenmoore, New York. Offensive strongside guard and the strongest man on the team bench pressing 450 pounds . . . lettered as soph- omore on Gator Bowl Champions starting several games when John Nash was injured . . . came to Maryland from Cardinal O'Hara high and St. Thomas More Prep . . . MVP in three sports in high winning MVP honors twice in track ... a guard and linebacker for three years . . . weight man on track team for three years and heavy- weight wrestler for four years winning 10 letters in the three sports ... all Catholic honors two years in foot- ball and throwing the shot, three years in wrestling and one year throwing the discus ... set school record in discus with 157-9 toss . . . captained all three sports in high and game captain for five football games in prep school . . . from an athletic family with father playing at North Carolina State, brother Robert at Ottowa Uni- versity in Kansas, brother Jeffery at Boston College and moving on to Buffalo Bils, and a cousin Joe Erhmann an All-American at Syracuse and now with the Baltimore Colts . . . has played on two bowl teams joining the varsity as a freshman and has thrown the shot for the Maryland track team . . . born in Kenmoore. JOHN ZERNHELT (78) — Senior, 6-2, 240 (1/4/54) Tremont, Pennsylvania. Starter as offensive strongside tackle in the Liberty Bowl and Virginia game as junior in '74 after Stan Rogers suffered a knee injury . . . scheduled to start in '75 but suffered a severely cut foot prior to opening game and missed the entire season . . . strong, bench pressing 400 pounds . . . came to Maryland from Minersville Area high and Greenbriar Military . . . end for three years in high where he also wrestled two years as a 180 pounder and was a hurdler and discus thrower on the track team for two years . . . born in Pottsville, Pennsylvania. 27 1975 IN REVIEW Photo by Randy Routt — Washington Star Twenty-one Seniors closed out their Football career as Gator Bowl Champions and the only Maryland class to ever participate in three bowl games. Fall practice began on a dismal note as Tom Schick (fractured leg), Bob Raba (fractured hand) and John Zernhelt (severely lacerated foot) were lost from the starting lineup prior to the opening game. All were members of the offensive line and Schick was declared out for the season returning in 1976. Quarterback Mark Manges suffered a separated shoulder in the Tennessee game while on the receiving end of a 33 yard pass play from John Schultz. Freshman Steve Atkins, the ultimate ground-gaining leader, suffered a pre-season injury and missed the first two games of the season, the fourth game and after a first-half injury against Penn State did not play against Cincinnati. While other injuries followed the reserves took up the challenge and the Terps went on to their most successful season since the 1955 Orange Bowl team. Freshmen Steve Atkins at tailback, Dean Richards at wingback, Preacher Maddox at tailback, Kervin Wyatt in the offensive line, Steve Kalodner in the offensive line and Scott Murphy at tight end all saw action. John Schultz and Rick Jennings, with Schultz the National leader, were outstanding on kickoff returns contributing four of 92 yards or better with all four following opponents' scores. Maryland 41 Villanova — Mark Manges tossed a record four touchdown passes, two to Vince Kinney, in the first three quarters and Larry Dick came on to hit Chuck White with a 70 yard pass only two minutes into the fourth quarter. Manges completed 13 of 18 passes for 280 yards and was named to the United Press Na- tional Backfield of the Week. Preacher Maddox led the ground gainers with 71 yards in his first collegiate game. Tennessee 26 Maryland 8 — Three first quarter fumbles put Terps in a hole and led to a 13-2 Tennessee lead. Stanley Morgan added a 70 yard punt return two minutes before the half and Tennessee led 19-2. Trailing 26-2 in the third quarter Mark Manges handed off to John Schultt on a sweep then drifted downfield and took a pass from Schultz 33 yards to the Tennessee 29 suffering a separated shoulder on the tackle as he fell out of bounds. He hit Schultz with a pass on the next play and ran the ball once before leaving when the drive stalled on the Tennessee 21. Larry Dick took over and pro- ceeded to hit 15 of 24 passes in the final 19 minutes of the game with a three yard td pass to Kim Hoover. Joe Campbell forced the Tennessean to kick or pull a punt in and tackled him in the end zone for a first quarter safety and then blocked a field goal attempt in the second quarter. Maryland 34 North Carolina 7 — North Carolina scores first but John Schultz returns kickoff 92 yards to the two with Tim Wilson scoring for 7-7 tie. Mike Sochko kicks 38 and 49 yard field goals for 13-7 half-time lead. North 28 1975 IN REVIEW Carolina drives to the Maryland four to open the second half but on second down Ken Roy intercepts a pass in the end zone. Larry Dick hits Kim Hoover for 49 yard td and Schultz runs for two points. Jamie Franklin scores on four yard run and Steve Atkins picks up his first score of career on 13 yard run. Dick completes 9 of 12 passes for 137 yards and Ralph Fisher joins Roy with a 19 yard interception return. Maryland 10 Kentucky 10 — Kentucky scores on 80 yard drive to open game in 11 plays but Rick Jennings re- turns following kickoff 93 yards to tie score 7-7 the only touchdowns of the game. Mike Sochko kicks a first quarter 30 yard field goal for 10-7 lead. With 2:22 remaining in game Kentucky recovers Maryland fumble on 40 and kicks field goal 45 yards to tie score with eight seconds remaining in game. Sonny Collins runs for 161 yards and Steve Campassi picks up 104 yards. Tim Wilson leads Terps with 40. Maryland 24 Syracuse 7 — Tim Wilson scores on 12 yard pass from Larry Dick and Mike Sochko adds 23 yard field goal for 10-0 first quarter lead. Dick adds a second quarter scoring run of five yards and Steve Atkins a one yard run in the fourth quarter. Tim Wilson led Terp rushers with 58 yards with Atkins picking up 54 and Leon Harris contributing a 38 yard run. Mary- land rushed for 236 yards. Maryland 37 North Carolina State 22 — Wolfpack out- gains Terps 375 to 300 yards but Terps take 37-14 fourth quarter lead. Mike Sochko opens scoring with 28 yard field goal but State takes a 7-3 first quarter lead. Rick Jennings then returns the ensuing kickoff 96 yards for 10-7 lead and Steve Atkins makes it 17-7 in second quarter with a one yard run. Kim Hoover takes a seven yard halfback pass from John Schultz for 24-14 lead in third quarter, and in fourth quarter Tim Wilson scores on two yard run and Schultz on 10 yard pass from Larry Dick. Terps run for 255 yards but State completes 21 of 24 passes for 243 yards. Maryland 27 Wake Forest — John Schultz does not play with Dean Richards at wingback for Terps. Mike Sochko kicks 27 yard field goal in first quarter and Tim Wilson scores on one yard run in second. Rick Jennings adds six yard scoring run in third with Kim Hoover following on a 47 yard pass from Larry Dick and Mike Sochko's 27 yard field goal put Terps up 27-0 in third quarter. Wake Forest had six first downs and 150 yards total offense while Maryland had 25 and 470 yards. Hoover caught six passes for 112 yards. Penn State 15 Maryland 13 — Mike Sochko field goal attempt of 42 yards sails wide right with 15 seconds re- maining to end Maryland's final bid. Chris Bahr missed a 38 yard attempt in the fourth quarter and then made good on a 40 yard attempt with 7:42 left for the 15-13 lead. Penn State converted a Maryland fumble into a 3-0 lead with only 2:39 gone in game, then added a 44 yard field goal following a second Maryland fumble, and led 12-0 with only 9:06 gone as the two point conversion failed. Maryland came back in second quarter with a 26 yard Sochko field goal and Steve Atkins scored on a five yard run. Sochko put Terps ahead with a 31 yard field goal in third quarter. Atkins picks up 66 yards in first half but was injured and did not play second half. Tim Wilson rushed for 50 yards and Mark Manges ran for 52 in his return to the lineup in second quarter. Mary- land picked up 256 yards to 235 for State. Maryland 21 Cincinnati 19 — Larry Dick and John Schultz keep Maryland's Bowl hopes alive with a 4th and nine play. Schultz taking a Dick pass 17 yards to the Cincinnati nine on the fourth down play then run- ning for eight yards. With 1:38 remaining Jamie Frank- lin scored his third touchdown of the day on an eight yard pass from Dick for the winning points. Cincinnati led 13-0 in third quarter before Franklin scored on a 29 yard run and then came back with a 32 yard scoring run. Cincinnati took the lead again with 4:44 left in the game setting up the Schultz and Dick heroics. Franklin picked up 117 yards on 21 carries while Dick completed 11 of 18 passes with Schultz and Hoover each catching five. Ken Roy's interception set up Franklin's second touchdown. Maryland 22 Clemson 20 — Terps survive another upset bid with late field goal, eight seconds remaining, by Mike Sochko. Clemson took 6-0 lead but John Schultz return- ing the following kickoff 92 yards for 7-6 lead. Two Sochko field goals, 39 and 23 yards offset a Clemson td in second quarter as conversion pass failed for the Tigers. Clemson went up again 20-13 in fourth quarter with score and two point conversion run. Steve Atkins scored on one yard run but Mark Manges was stopped short on two point try with 9:18 remaining. Maryland took over on their own 48 with 6:11 remaining and drove to the Clemson 13 as Atkins twice picked up necessary yards on fourth down, the first on 4th and one from the 32 and the second on 4th and one from the 21. Maryland 62 Virginia 24 — Virginia took 7-0 lead 3:49 into the game and Maryland led only 14-10 with 7:07 gone in second quarter. Before Virginia scored again the Terps had a 42-10 lead. Terps rolled up 802 yards total offense, 582 yards rushing and 220 in the air, and had 105 yards in penalties. Rick Jennings rushed for 136 yards, Steve Atkins for 126 yards, Jamie Franklin for 105 and Preacher Maddox for 87 yards. Atkins scored twice, one on a 60 yard run, John Schultz twice, Franklin, Dan DeCarlo, Maddox, Jennings and Kim Hoover one each. Mike Sochko kicked eight of nine extra points but did not punt once in game. Maryland 13 Florida — Larry Dick found Kim Hoover in the end zone with a 19 yard scoring pass as Terps took first quarter lead 7-0 with 6:15 remaining. Mike Sochko added 20 yard field goal in second quarter and a 27 yarder in fourth quarter. Florida picked up 63 of their 210 yards on the last drive of the game that ended on the Maryland 10 yard line, the deepest Florida pene- tration of the game. The Gators did not cross midfield in the first half but drove to the Maryland 25 in the third quarter. Their next drive ended on the Maryland 44. Steve Atkins ran for 127 yards on 20 carries and Jim Brechbiel, Mike Cielensky and Kevin Benson all contributed big interceptions. Steve Atkins picked up Gator Bowl MVP Trophy and also was named the out- standing offensive player of the game by the Mutual Radio Network. Paul Divito, Terp defensive guard was named the Outstanding Defensive Player of the game by the Mutual Network. 29 LOCAL TELEVISION & RADIO COVERAGE 1976 DELAYED TELEVISION SCHEDULE Sept. 11 Richmond (Byrd Stadium) WDCA (20) 10:30 P.M. Washington, D.C. WBFF (45) 10:30 P.M. Baltimore, Maryland Sept. 18 West Virginia (Mountaineer Field) WMAL (7) 11:30 P.M. Washington, D.C. WBFF (45) 10:30 P.M. Baltimore, Maryland Sept. 25 Syracuse (Archbold Stadium) WMAL (7) 11:30 P.M. Washington, D.C. WBFF (45) 10:30 P.M. Baltimore, Maryland Oct. 9 North Carolina State (Carter Stadium) WMAL (7) 11:30 P.M. Washington, D.C. WBFF (45) 10:30 P.M. Baltimore, Maryland Oct. 16 Wake Forest (Byrd Stadium) WTOP (9) 11:30 P.M. Washington, D.C. WBFF (45) 10:30 P.M. Baltimore, Maryland Oct. 30 Kentucky (Byrd Stadium) WDCA (20) 10:30 P.M. Washington, D.C. WBFF (45) 10:30 P.M. Baltimore, Maryland WMAL 630 RADIO NETWORK ORIGINATING STATION Washington, D.C. (Mai Campbell with the Play-by-play) WDMV 930 Pocomoke City WMSM 960 Emmitsburg WCBM 540 Baltimore WFMD 640 Frederick WBOC 680 Salisbury WAMD 970 Aberdeen WMSG 1050 Oakland WCUM 1230 Cumberland WCEM 1240 Cambridge WASA 1330 Havre De Grace WKIK WNAV WTHU WEMD WTTR WARK WVOB WCTR WETT WMSG-FM MARYLAND 1370 Leonardtovvn 1430 Annapolis 1450 Thurmont 1460 Easton 1470 Westminster 1490 Hagerstown 1520 Bel Air 1530 Chestertown 1590 Ocean City 92.1 Oakland WMJS-FM WNAV-FM WFRE-FM WTTR-FM WHDG-FM WBOC-FM WJEJ-FM WCEM-FM WARK-FM 92.7 Prince Frederick 99.1 Annapolis 99.9 Frederick 100.7 Westminster 103.7 Havre De Grace 104.7 Salisbury 104.7 Hagerstown 106.3 Cambridge 106.9 Hagerstown WHPL WANV WINA WKEY WVEC WQMC-FM WVHR-FM VIRGINIA 610 Winchester 970 Waynesboro 1070 Charlottesville 1340 Covington 1490 Hampton-Norfolk 95.3 Charlottesville 101.3 Hampton-Norfolk PENNSYLVANIA WHVR 1280 Hanover WCBG 1590 Chambersburg WYCR-FM 98.5 Hanover WTPA-FM 104.1 Harrisburg WCST WEPM WKLP WEST VIRGINIA 1010 Berkley Springs 1340 Martinsburg 1390 Keyser Mai Campbell 30 MARYLAND SIGNEES FOR 1976 BACKS NAME HGT WGT HIGH SCHOOL HOME TOWN John Baldante 5-11 180 Colonia Colonia, N.J. Lloyd Burruss 6-0 180 Charlottesville High Charlottesville, Va. Tim Brown 6-1 205 Rome Free Academy Rome, N.Y. Don Connelly 6-2 195 Upper St. Clair Pittsburgh, Pa. ** John Douglas 6-1 200 Godby High and Ferrum J.C. Tallahassee, Fla. Rick Fasano 5-11 212 Elkton Elkton, Md. ** James Ford 6-0 187 Walt Whitman and Nassau C.C. Huntington Station, N.Y ** Pete Glamp 6-1 190 North Harford Street, Md. Jim Kulina 6-0 200 Lower Dauphin and Coffeyville J.C. Hummelstown, Pa. Ralph Lary III 6-3 190 Thomas S. Wooton Potomac, Md. ** David McAfee 6-4 195 Danville High and Fork Union Military Danville, Ky. Brian Matera 6-1 200 Pennsauken Pennsauken, N.J. Sam Medile 6-1 185 Westmont Hilltop Johnstown, Pa. Lyle Peck 6-4 210 Fort Hill Cumberland, Md. George Scott, Jr. 6-2 195 Lawrence Inwood, N.Y. Brad Senft 6-1 195 Central York York, Pa. Steve Trimble 5-11 185 Fort Hill Cumberland, Md. Marlin Van Horn, Jr. 6-2 230 Selinsgrove Area Selinsgrove, Pa. ** (Indicates enrolled in school for spring semester) LINEMEN Mike Carney 6-2 230 St. Mark's Claymont, Dela. Patrick Cornelius 6-3 240 Milford Milford, Mass. Richard Cummins 6-3 230 Brooklyn Technical Queens Village, N.Y Scott Fanz 6-4 240 Hingham Hingham, Mass. Edward Gall 6-5 235 Whitehall Whitehall, Pa. Robert Larkin 6-4 235 Gateway Monroeville, Pa. Kyle Lorton 6-4 210 Boyle County Danville, Ky. William Meile 6-3 205 St. John's Wheaton, Md. David Nowacki 6-1 240 Hackensack Hackensack, N.J. Eric Sievers 6-3 210 Washington and Lee Arlington, Va. James Shaffer 6-1 195 High Point Adelphi, Md. Larry Stewart 6-5 280 Wood row Wilson Portsmouth, Va. SCHOLASTIC COACH All-American Patrick Cornelius - Milford, Massachusetts Brian Matera - Pensauken, New Jersey Dave Nowacki - Hackensack, New Jersey Eric Sievers - Arlington, Virginia Larry Stewart - Portsmouth, Virginia Marlin Van Horn - Selinsgrove, Pennsylvania Honorable Mention Mike Carney - Claymont, Delaware Rick Fasano - Elkton, Maryland Ralph Larry III - Potomac, Maryland Jim Shaffer - Adelphi, Maryland Steve Trimble - Cumberland, Maryland John Baldante - New Jersey Richard Cummins - Queens Village, N.Y. Brad Senft - York, Pennsylvania PARADE MAGAZINE All-American Larry Stewart - Portsmouth, Virginia Eric Sievers - Arlington, Virginia 1976 JV SCHEDULE Sept. 10 Milford Prep at College Park Oct. 22 Pittsburgh at College Park Nov. 12 Fork Union Military at College Park (3:00) <~ P.M. (3 (1 00) 30) Dick Redding (Springfield '40) Junior Varsity Coach 31 s 3 as 3 to O cnmmccLj-i-ucQCQCDi-LCQcncrrLiJLumcDQ: §3 5 < o -* <d O fO OX CD W ^ E co;* I* CD -C -JO 0) c o ; co^ c o> o o CO 8>C"0 -* c »■£ 8 ro«ro- 5 TO SJ5D- co' o2 = 5 s ^ tr go w (3 ^-^ :|-0<H^i O UJ E* tO i-H<MTtmo^HCJ(r)^-if)ivoc\jro^tu3rN.o) Q£ >- < 3 O £ > o CO >- z o o X S .0 -* ro g c » m co c £ ■^•jjj CO co 0_ J= O (D "C Clx: O co (- 2 1 z < 3 > C3 ro — : CL CD tr - ■&i • co~Z c . 'to "a — c 0- TO C CO o — "•"' c^ D-ffl E * J oiS Q- CO c o cd = 75 = '±t > _ CO "co <d 5 >,_c cd I O 2 - "O CO jsq: C CD > CD to <o »- .c ffi, "3 ro co -«•£ cd" Si • ■z DO CO _cd > <o — °P r°. -D a> a; £ =? "S ^ i= 2 <0 5 CO cc 1= o co CO DO 2 c c '■^ o c to 3 CO CO > •- -o CO > CD "O £ 2 > co 0_ 00 o Q. a> £ 3 _x <o to . o Q „ cuo <p 5 '^ o^ cu 75 bJJ oj ■- C -Q E 3 E ji — JS 3 DO CD CD ^ -Q CD - -a §5 jz j- c 5 2 ~ t § TO CO .ti 3 O CO si DO 2^ £ O c E t o o o o o 1- CO CO CO CO CO CO kJ i_* lI O . 1-: « i_" ».: ij ij \Z ^ >-' kl CO CO — > CO — ) CO — 1 CO CO CO —> -j CO CO - •> CO — ) —> CO CO CO CO CO CO CO -J CO OOOOO iJ O «- C cococococo— >cocou ID CO ^ CO iD^-LniD cocoinLnLncDir) t^in inio iD^-incoNcD'tNMniDiD iv 10 lD^Olr)^ LnLO^LniOLniOLnmLn'^mir>Lnr^LnifivD LnininininxinLOinifiiniriLnmifliniOLniDininininxif •f* NNWin \ woo i* <i) <m cm cti in ->« in co \ in rv lo ^lo cD^HrviDooi^cr>r>oi^io ^^00 ^00 ^-O o •-■ ex *z CNj^^rtLOcx)^^c\icM^CNirt^c>jc>ic^rt^c>j^^r^c\icN^^,rt~\CN<NCMc>j^<rsjcx3^^c^ O liDrvrHoioOLncMCAirtLnrtCOCAicoco^rvcxjcD^^LncioirtrtC^rtCsicDiDcom I— inoDinominiflooomoinooininoominifiminmomoooomooooooooiflOOC C3 cNcococN^Lnoc>jcNCD^ocjiooc»coai^^'^oic\ir^oocx)r^co^iDCOrtCjicooocMiDc» 5 CNC\I^C\JCAICNCNCNC>JrtC\ICNrtC\JC\J^C\JrtC\IOsJC\|rtCM.^i-lrt OO f-H i-H O ^W'HinNiprHOFHrH^rnNrtqNWOrH^rHCAJWrtOrtOOO^Wf'JlOmOO CO O a. iiiomujiiJhaioo^HmtiiiiJiijLLhiijmocDiiJcjLLmiiihoi-hhiiJiiii-csiiii-wmcDCDmiiiii HOH-^QQ_iOQ<00'gQggQQ_io^QOgQC>OQQQQI-50QQOi£:Q:l-0' i « : - ,c 2 < CO c to to JC 0) CO -= CJ DO*! ^ — CO i- CO I o § I -S WCQr-l-^ » 2. * »- CD ^* I cl(3" <D TO Qi ._ o * = -a * ZJ 'co O T3 CO * CD CO CO DO 3 CD sz ■O CO c c 3 Q CO co O <D > CD CO SI CO CD > b Q c '-' x: = L_ ^ sz LL. CO CD E -1-^ CO ~ > CO CO Q ^5 CO CO C5 CC CO — 1 '— * — T3 CO UJ u in 5 co ja p ro "- ra c <o J2 co O O CD CO r- TO ™ »- CO DO <S CO -5-i X to ,_ X 3 c N <0 S| CO c -D 5J £ * £ c >»_ * i= T3 J CD CD t: cd c *: co CO b 0) CD 4= x:ca c: Om c CDCDjz:ji;o-- < l > CD OD_^;Q_j^;cr:ooco- i s>i<:i- c __ o O co o .E 2 ^ .> c CD -J O > 1 2 2 -a CO D_ UJ CO(OOt^-^CTvlDO-^Or^CvjC>J<X)lvCT>'^r^OCOOOOOCOC\IVD'* oor>-cvjc»^r^^cDCTirtin^oo^ooc\irxc>jcj^io^c>jinc\ic\i COOINCJH CT> CTi CT> cn CO CO CO m < CO -w CD CD DOJZ 2 CO t CD "J Id 2CL UD 00 00 ^H _cd a. — *: CD "^ ^ c co LO p £ pg S5gi mmgm B& moKHoogggomooKgoKKK|,| S ^^|mgj, 5 o qQQQ c o .c — m M 52 «) TO Q S >, TO £ T3 •- ra^ o 1- CO .E ^ 2^ £ ° roOCCOoQ ^o>W 0) . 00 — o ^£ c 0) tsl >> <-* c ^ 3 = co .c cu n , «' C } -^ a> a) u - c > "5 c Sxj" - t ? -g -* -£••£ 'Etrojoe p U(0j!ll)i:iiiT3(jlllO-lllOi.OooUrSm ^QO.OOH-LU_Jii:m^Q:DQLiJ|-- :: 5->CO>CODQ N oo a % «o 1- t— 03 3 oSS DDCO O -ixm o & = § co °e>mco c o c w 03 E — o 2| JJ C Q OO jjo5jg§55?555^55BSSSS55SSSSSSSS&gKRSf:RRSSaSE5S8SS!8SS58a 00 TO a. Z o z ■d 3; ® QJ c -2 oiv; C U X 2 o S - > 00 t= Q. CO o ~6 ^ - CO O 2 T3 to oo 3 -Q in D. c o O o CuO o i_ 0) 0> x: E i-T -^ c c (1) M— c~ -t— ' (D c "C ta > 1= +j £ i_ > o Q. O to CD CD O 2 CO CC to O CD co X Q o to Q. ro .c o c •| x -S o" = -C C TO -£ O in O" •> > as x sz ~ a) 5 O Q- CQ Q Q. a. a. ii o to Q. -w E -5 LlI D- to > b5 2 a; ^*- 3 OD.Q = lr> a. <-> co c to T3 tu a> DO ■ 3 TO J2 CO 00 •o -t-' a> Dl CC > Q ^ -^ o t Q oo £ >-" 00 . "5 ' .-t; a> o o tu — o o tu z 5 z 1- O O E c tu 03 0. o jj e^ ^ a a -i t >■ S rt cd , rj 2gO<Pna!tfcfitna5p><N o I u o 1> J3 O ^ O O O O iJ CO CO CO CO CO CO U- »- o CO CO O i- CO CO CO CO o CO O O O O O iJ *- o COCOCOCOCO-jCOCO o CO iNonNONon^2NHrtn*OHN(OOHnHnHNNnNH(>i Kommmgcogu f go i ggH i ggHco^gmK^ | m g g fe Ul >- <u c cs E S cm O Z o ta n '-H tu u « a P- 1 -Q — -* ^ 2 B3 -a o Pi c c a u a 3 tu .g o 1/3 CO tTD j is is - E=! >" N c -S o < U O a. ^ 3 H JS S -« O .52 •9 V -a "^ -S « «i — . >> &■ 2 t? c -a o > ^ ta ja ta Ja O c 0) * Q. ^ <u O T3 OO a> cd c > 0) 03 N O x^ be E S 03 - - 1° * « ■= S * c o ■ * 3 ii O -Q m ° S m 00 00 ■«■ * * "□ * * * « « >, S'o tu O .i£ q; 03 -J= >» C C .03 c T3 C 03 C c t C O <D 0) t O < Q Q XI LU I- ■c * ° !S *- C J£ 5 m or -C 03 .E O o co co co 00 >. 0) 0) xi i: -^ -^ m _i a 2 c o oo <" o oj E S -2 -2 E 2 CO H 03 CO dj >,— ^ oo J2 — ' |5«E tCDCO -i o c * O Q3 oo 42 c o C 3 * * # *; C oo J) >> -s c > B) i. > 0) QJ c > N tu ~ o ^: 5 -j ■a a> c k. 03 QJ 00 i_ cu '3 tu C 03 , ' - 3 « .5 . o • S . a> H^Otc ^S M ^crf co H c« W 5 « n O C ro ci ^- cvj r*. l£> C31 ^■(DMnmO^NMN'tW-iOHg in id m ** m o oo h in h ID N N H ^ o co ^S oa TERP OPPONENTS RICHMOND WEST VIRGINIA SYRACUSE VILLANOVA NORTH CAROLINA STATE WAKE FOREST DUKE KENTUCKY CINCINNATI CLEMSON VIRGINIA UNIVERSITY OF RICHMOND Sept. 11 College Park, Maryland Byrd Stadium (45,000) 1:30 P.M. COACH: Jim Tait (Mississippi State '57) RECORD: 1011 RICHMOND RECORD: 10-11 LOCATION: Richmond, Virginia 23173 ENROLLMENT: 6,000 COLORS: Red and Blue NICKNAME: Spiders CONFERENCE: Independent ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: Clyde Biggers ASSISTANT COACHES: Laurin Collins, Phil Elmas- sian, Jerry Foshee, Paul Fraim, Jeff Hanson, Tom Throckmorton TEAM STRENGTH: Offensive Line and Receivers TEAM WEAKNESS: Lack of overall depth, Fullback undecided LETTERMEN RETURNING: 28 LETTERMEN LOST: 20 TOP RETURNING BACKS: Jeff Nixon FS, Rickey Brown FL, Ed Kreilis EB, Larry Shaw QB TOP RETURNING LINEMEN: Doug McGee DT, Dickie Childress MG, Gary Edwards DT, Cubby Pritchard OG, Lou Bonato OG, Mike Copley DE TOP NEWCOMERS: Billy Cheshire DT, Greg Mitchell OT, Marshall Shelton LB, Joe Kroger OL, Virgil Newkirk ALL-AMERICAN CANDIDATE: Jeff Nixon FS ALL-REGIONAL CANDIDATES: Mike Copley DE, Dickie Childress MG, Ed Kreilis RB, Rickey Brown FL 1975 HIGHLIGHTS: Southern Conference Champions SID— Nick Boccella OFFICE: (804) 285-6360 HOME: (804) 282-7462 1975 RESULTS (5-6) 6 Cincinnati 19 27 Furman 21 9 Virginia Tech 21 17 East Carolina 14 14 Ball State 25 24 V.M.I. 19 24 Appalachian St. 17 24 Georgia 28 7 The Citadel 13 West Virginia 31 21 William & Mary 28 Sept. Oct. Nov. 1976 SCHEDULE 4 at Tulsa 11 at Maryland 25 V.M.I. 2 at West Virginia 9 at Villanova 16 at The Citadel 23 at Furman 30 UT-Chattanooga 6 East Carolina 13 Virginia Tech 20 William & Mary 34 WEST VIRGINIA UNIVERSITY Sept. 18 Morgantown, West Virginia Mountaineer Field (34,000) 1:30 P.M.) COACH: Frank Cignetti (Indiana, Pa. '60) RECORD: First Year WEST VA. RECORD: First Year SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY Sept. 25 Syracuse, New York Archbold Stadium (26,388) 1:30 P.M. COACH: Frank Maloney (Michigan '62) RECORD: 8-14 SYRACUSE RECORD: 8-14 LOCATION: Morgantown, West Virginia 26505 ENROLLMENT: 17,000 COLORS: Old Gold and Blue NICKNAME: Mountaineers CONFERENCE: Independent ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: Dr. Leland Byrd ASSISTANT COACHES: Joe Pendry, Donnie Young, Greg Williams, Joel Hicks, Garrett Ford, Paul Moran, Mike Working, Gary Stevens TEAM STRENGTH: Quarterback and Running Backs; Receivers TEAM WEAKNESS: Offensive and Defensive Lines LETTERMEN RETURNING: 29 LETTERMEN LOST: 23 TOP RETURNING BACKS: Dan Kendra QB, Dwayne Woods RB, Ken Culbertson LB, Tom Pridmore DB, Paul Lumley FB TOP RETURNING LINEMEN: Steve Earley OG, Randy Swinson TE, Chuck Smith DT TOP NEWCOMERS: Walter Easley FB, Harold Woods DB, Billy McLee LB, Bob Sweeney OT, Lee Dowell RB ALL-AMERICAN CANDIDATES: None ATT -FAST CANDIDATES: Dan Kendra QB, Dwayne Woods RB, Steve Earley OG, Ken Culbertson LB 1975 HIGHLIGHTS: Peach Bowl Champions 13-10 over N.C. State; defeated Pittsburgh 17-14 on a last second field goal SID— Ron Steiner OFFICE: (304) 293-2821 HOME: (304) 599-9096 LOCATION: Syracuse, New York 13210 ENROLLMENT: 9,567 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 Wickerham, Dave Zuccarelli TEAM STRENGTH: Offensive Line, Overall Running, Defensive Interior, Secondary TEAM WEAKNESS: Quarterback untested, Lineback- ing, Defensive Ends, Punting LETTERMEN RETURNING: 41 LETTERMEN LOST: 13 TOP RETURNING BACKS: Bob Avery TB, Earl Vaughn FB, Bill Hurley TB, Jim Grubbs TB, Larry King DB, Tim Moresco Sat, Nate Wright DB TOP RETURNING LINEMEN: Jose St. Victor OT, Ken Clarke DT ALL-AMERICAN CANDIDATES: Larry King DB, Ken Clarke DT, Dave Jacobs KS 1975 HIGHLIGHTS: First winning season since 1970, Second most improved team in Nation SID— Larry Kimball OFFICE: (315) 423-2608 HOME: (315) 682-6002 1975 RESULTS (9-3) 1976 SCHEDULE 50 28 Temple California 7 10 Sept. 11 Villanova 18 Maryland 1975 RESULTS (6-5) 1976 SCHEDULE 35 Boston College 18 25 at Kentucky 24 Villanova 17 Sept. 11 Bowling Green 28 S.M.U. 22 Oct. 2 Richmond 10 Iowa 7 18 at Iowa Penn State 39 9 at Temple 31 Tulane 13 25 Maryland 14 Tulane 16 16 at Boston College 7 Maryland 24 Oct. 2 Oregon State 10 Virginia Tech 7 23 Penn State 6 Navy 10 9 Tulane 38 Kent State 13 30 at Virginia Tech 7 Penn State 19 16 at Penn State 17 Pittsburgh 14 Nov. 6 at Tulane 22 Boston College 14 23 Temple 31 Richmond 13 13 at Pittsburgh Pittsburgh 38 30 at Pittsburgh 19 Syracuse 20 20 Syracuse 37 Virginia Nov. 6 Navy PEACH BOWL 20 West Virginia 19 13 at Boston College 13 N.C. State 10 10 Rutgers 21 20 at West Virginia 35 ^H i f~ ? W T\ & 1 \t VILLANOVA UNIVERSITY Oct. 2 College Park, Maryland Byrd Stadium (45,000) 1:30 P.M. COACH: Dick Bedesem (Villanova '53) RECORD: 4-7 VILLANOVA RECORD: 4-7 LOCATION: Villanova, Pennsylvania 19085 ENROLLMENT: 6,000 COLORS: Blue and White NICKNAME: Wildcats or Main Liners CONFERENCE: Independent (ECAC) ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: Dr. Ted Aceto ASSISTANT COACHES: Ken Baker, Bob Capone, Bill Cimochovvski, Mike Danaher, Tom Duffy, Lou Ferry, Walt Techtmann TEAM STRENGTH: Offensive Backs, Receivers, Kicking Game TEAM WEAKNESS: Defensive Line, Overall Depth LETTERMEN RETURNING: 37 LETTERMEN LOST: 10 TOP RETURNING BACKS: Vince Thompson RB, Mike Chenet RB, Tony Serge RB, Ralph Pasquariello, Sean Collins DB, Dave Bauer DB, Bill O'Connell DB TOP RETURNING LINEMEN: Joe Sopczynski OG, Bill Olsen OT, Ben Lazaro OT, Ken Zunic OG, Ed Szczerba DT, Dave Graziano DE, Joe Mack MG, John Mastronardo SE TOP NEWCOMERS: Chuck Lodge C, Phil DiGiacomo DE, Dick Bedesem, Jr. QB, Dan Driscoll LB, Joey Clark DB (all transfers) ALL-AMERICAN CANDIDATE: John Mastronardo SE ALL-EAST CANDIDATES: Gus Fernandez K, Dave Graziano DE, Chuck Lodge C, Joe Sopczynski OG, Bill Olsen OT SID— Rosa Gatti OFFICE: (215) 527-2100 EXT 200 HOME: (215) 789-4110 NORTH CAROLINA STATE Oct. 9 Raleigh, North Carolina Carter Stadium (44,000) 1:30 P.M. COACH: Bo Rein (Ohio State '67) RECORD: First Year NCS RECORD: First Year LOCATION: Raleigh, North Carolina 27607 ENROLLMENT: 17,700 COLORS: Red and White NICKNAME: Wolfpack CONFERENCE: Atlantic Coast ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: Willis Casey ASSISTANT COACHES: Chuck Amato, Brian Burke, Bob Harrison, Dale Haupt, Dick Kemp, Bobby Mauro, Darrell Moody, Bobby Morrison TEAM STRENGTH: Running Game, Defense TEAM WEAKNESS: Inexperience of several players at New Positions LETTERMEN RETURNING: 37 LETTERMEN LOST: 16 TOP RETURNING BACKS: Ted Brown RB, Johnny Evans QB, Timmy Johnson RB, Elijah Marshall WR, Ralph Stringer RB, Rickey Adams RB, Scott Wade RB, Richard Wheeler DB, Mike Miller DB TOP RETURNING LINEMEN: Bill Druschel T, Mike Fagan T, Ron Banther DE, Jim Henderson DT, A. W. Jenkins MG, Ricky Knowles TE, Billy Cherry LB TOP NEWCOMERS: Frank Hitt DT, Bubba Green DT, Simon Gupton DT, Mike Nail DB, Cecil Camp- bell G ALL-AMERICAN CANDIDATES: Ralph Stringer RB, Ted Brown RB, Mike Fagan T ALL-ACC CANDIDATES: Ed Callaway C, Johnny Evans QB, Elijah Marshall SE, Ron Banther DE, Jack Hall LB, A. W. Jenkins MG, Richard Wheeler DB 1975 HIGHLIGHTS: Peach Bowl; Second straight win over Penn State; 21-20 win over North Carolina SID — Ed Seamon OFFICE: (919) 737-2102 HOME: (919) 829-9186 1975 RESULTS (4-7) 1975 RESULTS (7-4-1) Maryland 41 17 Syracuse 24 14 Toledo 10 10 Army 12 Boston College 41 21 Marshall 14 13 Delaware 14 6 Youngstown St. 25 13 Holy Cross 12 14 Boston Univ. 20 3 Temple 41 Sept. Oct. Nov. 1976 SO 26 East Carolina 3 11 at West Virginia 22 Wake Forest 30 18 at Dayton 8 Florida 7 25 Illinois State 15 Michigan State 37 2 at Maryland 27 Indiana 9 Richmond 22 Maryland 37 16 at Delaware 21 North Carolina 20 45 Clemson 7 23 Youngstown St. 28 South Carolina 21 30 Boston College 15 Penn State 14 6 at Marshall 21 Duke 21 12 Holy Cross PEACH BOWL 20 at Temple 10 West Virginia 13 Sept. Oct. Nov. 97f i SCHEDULE 4 Furman 11 at Wake Forest 18 East Carolina 25 Michigan State 2 at Indiana 9 Maryland 16 at North Carolina 23 Clemson 30 at South Carolina 6 at Penn State 13 Duke 36 WAKE FOREST UNIVERSITY Oct. 16 College Park, Maryland Byrd Stadium (45,000) 1:30 P.M. COACH: Chuck Mills (Illinois State '50) RECORD: 70-75-4 WF RECORD: 5-27-1 DUKE UNIVERSITY Oct. 23 Durham, North Carolina Wallace Wade (44,000) 1:30 P.M. COACH: Mike McGee (Duke '60) RECORD: 26-37-2 DUKE RECORD: 23-29-3 LOCATION: Winston-Salem, North Carolina 27109 ENROLLMENT: 3,000 COLORS: Old Gold and Black NICKNAME: Demon Deacons CONFERENCE: Atlantic Coast ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: Dr. Gene Hooks ASSISTANT COACHES: Vito Ragazzo, Harry Elliott, Mike Cook, Win Headley, Ed Wilson, Steve Bernstein, Gene McKeehan, Cliff Yoshida TEAM STRENGTH: Defensive Secondary, Depth at QB TEAM WEAKNESS: Lack of Depth along both Lines and overall team speed LETTERMEN RETURNING: 40 LETTERMEN LOST: 15 TOP RETURNING BACKS: John Zeglinski RB, Jerry McManus QB, Mike McGlamry QB, Jim Mach FB, Bill Armstrong FS, Mike LaVallee SS, Ed McDonald DB TOP RETURNING LINEMEN: Jackie Robinson OT, Larry Tearry C, Bruce Hopkins DT, John Bryce DT, Dave Lacrosse DE, Randy Woodle OG TOP NEWCOMERS: James McDougal RB, Steve Vance TE, Frank Armstrong LB, * Kenny Carter LB, *Ed Walker LB, *Steve Bernardo OT (* Junior Col- lege Transfers) ALL-AMERICAN CANDIDATES: Bill Armstrong DB ALL-ACC CANDIDATES: Larry Tearry C, Jackie Rob- inson OT, Bruce Hopkins DT, John Zeglinski RB 1975 HIGHLIGHTS: 30-22 win over North Carolina State SID— Pat Gainey OFFICE: (919) 725-9711 EXT 328 LOCATION: Durham, North Carolina 27706 ENROLLMENT: 5,300 COLORS: Blue and White NICKNAME: Blue Devils CONFERENCE: Atlantic Coast ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: Carl James ASSISTANT COACHES: Bob Brush, John Gutekunst, Bishop Harris, Leo Hart, Dennis Haglan, Joe Mark, Jerry McGee, Dick Towers TEAM STRENGTH: Offensive Backfield and Line- backers TEAM WEAKNESS: Lack of Depth in Defensive Line LETTERMEN RETURNING: 33 LETTERMEN LOST: 22 TOP RETURNING BACKS: Tony Benjamin FB, Art Gore TB, Chuck Williamson DB, Mike Dunn QB, Bob Grupp DB TOP RETURNING LINEMEN: Billy Bryan C, Carl McGee LB, Mike Sandusky G, Jeff Green DE, Terry Ketchel G TOP NEWCOMERS: John McDonald LB, Derrick Mashora LB, Derek Penn LB, Randy Bickel TE, Jim McMahon DE, Andy Schoenhoft DT ALL-AMERICAN CANDIDATE: Billy Bryan C ALL-ACC CANDIDATES: Tony Benjamin FB, Bob Grupp DB, Carl McGee LB, Mike Dunn QB, Vince Fusco KS 1975 HIGHLIGHTS: Second in ACC, Undefeated in ACC SID— Tom Mickle OFFICE: (919) 684-2633 HOME: (919) 489-3879 1975 RESULTS (3-8) 1976 SCHEDULE 1975 RESULTS (4-5-2) 1976 SCHEDULE 7 S.M.U. 14 Sept. 4 Virginia Tech 7 Southern Calif. 35 Sept. 11 at Tennessee 30 N.C. State 22 11 N.C. State 16 South Carolina 24 18 at South Carolina 17 Appalachian St. 19 18 at Vanderbilt 26 Virginia 11 25 at Virginia 16 Kansas State 17 25 at Kansas State Pittsburgh 14 Oct. 2 Pittsburgh 14 Clemson 16 Oct. 2 at Michigan 21 Army 10 9 at Miami Maryland 27 9 Clemson 25 Clemson 21 16 at Clemson 66 Virginia 21 16 at Maryland 16 Florida 24 23 Maryland 21 North Carolina 9 23 Virginia 6 Georgia Tech 21 30 Georgia Tech 14 Duke 42 30 North Carolina 42 Wake Forest 14 Nov. 6 Wake Forest 26 South Carolina 37 Nov. 6 at Duke 21 N.C. State 21 13 at N.C. State 10 Virginia Tech 40 13 at South Carolina 17 North Carolina 17 20 at North Carolina 37 UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY Oct. 30 College Park, Maryland Byrd Stadium (45,000) 1:30 P.M. COACH: Fran Curci (Miami '60) RECORD: 47-38-1 KENTUCKY RECORD: 13-19-1 LOCATION: Lexington, Kentucky 40506 ENROLLMENT: 21,000 COLORS: Blue and White NICKNAME: Wildcats CONFERENCE: Southeastern ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: Clifford O. Hagan ASSISTANT COACHES: Jon Mirilovich, Perry Moss, Charlie Bailey, Billy Mitchell, John Cooper, Dan Coughlin, David Wells TEAM STRENGTH: Middle of Defense, Secondary TEAM WEAKNESS: Inexperienced Backfield LETTERMEN RETURNING: 36 LETTERMEN LOST: 14 TOP RETURNING BACKS: Rod Stewart FB, Derrick Ramsey QB, Bill Tolston QB, Joe Dipre FB, Greg Woods RB, Ray Carr DB, Mike Siganos DB TOP RETURNING LINEMEN: Warren Bryant OT, Randy Burke SE, Jerry Blanton NG, Art Still DE, Jim Kovach LB TOP NEWCOMERS: Rick Hayden DB, Craig Roberts DE ALL-AMERICAN CANDIDATES: Warren Bryant OT, Jim Kovach LB ALL-SOUTHEASTERN: Mike Siganos DB, Jerry Blan- ton NG, Art Still DE SID— Russell Rice OFFICE: (606) 257-3838 HOME: (606) 277-5639 1975 RESULTS (2-8-1) 27 Virginia Tech 8 10 Kansas 14 10 Maryland 10 3 Penn State 10 9 Auburn 15 14 L.S.U. 17 13 Georgia 21 23 Tulane 10 3 Vanderbilt 13 7 Florida 48 13 Tennessee 17 Sept. Oct. Nov. UNIVERSITY OF CINCINNATI Nov. 6 College Park, Maryland Byrd Stadium (45,000) 1:30 P.M. COACH: Tony Mason (Clarion State '53) RECORD: 17-16 CINCINNATI RECORD: 17-16 LOCATION: Cincinnati, Ohio 45221 ENROLLMENT: 38,650 COLORS: Red and Black NICKNAME: Bearcats CONFERENCE: Merto-6 ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: To Be Named ASSISTANT COACHES: "Foge" Fazio, Mike Gottfried, Wayne Jones, Jim Kelly, Bob Shaw, Karl Singer, Bob Valesente, Tony Yelovich TEAM STRENGTH: Depth at Tailback and Quarter- back TEAM WEAKNESS: Lack of Depth on Defensive Line LETTERMEN RETURNING: 30 LETTERMEN LOST: 26 TOP RETURNING BACKS: Curtiss Williams TB, Mike Smith TB, Henry Miller QB, Keith Jenkins DB, Lou West DB TOP RETURNING LINEMEN: Gardner Cobb OT, Mike Wiles OG, Butch Bass DT TOP NEWCOMERS: John Henry Ziegler TB, Mike Robinson DT, Art Bailey QB, Chucky Price TE, Gus Tucker DB, Mike Rogers OT, Dave Liggins DB ALL-AMERICAN CANDIDATES: Keith Jenkins DB, Mike Connell K ALL-REGIONAL CANDIDATES: Butch Bass DT, Lou West DB 1975 HIGHLIGHTS: Defeated Memphis State 13-3 for First time in Cincinnati history and defeated Houston on Homecoming 28-23 for only second time ever SID — Jerry Kissel OFFICE: (513 475-5091 HOME: (513) 475-3570 1975 RESULTS (6-5) 1976 SCHEDULE 19 Richmond 6 11 Oregon State 13 Memphis State 3 18 at Kansas 46 Louisville 27 25 West Virginia 17 Temple 21 2 Penn State 16 Tulsa 24 9 at Mississippi State 9 Arkansas St. 14 16 L.S.U. 23 Southwest La. 17 23 Georgia 28 Houston 23 30 at Maryland 19 Maryland 21 6 Vanderbilt 6 Ohio Univ. 5 13 Florida 13 Miami (Ohio) 21 20 at Tennessee Sept. Oct. Nov. 1976 SCHEDULE 11 at Tulane 18 at Southwest La. 25 Miami (Ohio) 2 at Southern Miss. 9 at Arizona State 16 Tulsa 23 OPEN 30 at Georgia 6 at Maryland 13 Ohio Univ. 20 Vanderbilt 27 Louisville 38 CLEMSON UNIVERSITY Nov. 13 College Park, Maryland Byrd Stadium (45,000) 1:30 P.M. COACH: Red Parker (Arkansas A&M '53) RECORD: 82-72-2 CLEMSON RECORD: 14-19 UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA Nov. 20 Charlottesville, Virginia Scott Stadium (25,000) 1:30 P.M. COACH: Dick Bestwick (North Carolina '52) RECORD: First Year VIRGINIA RECORD: First Year LOCATION: Clemson, South Carolina 29631 ENROLLMENT: 11,361 COLORS: Orange and Purple NICKNAME: Tigers CONFERENCE: Atlantic Coast ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: H. C. McLellan ASSISTANT COACHES: Don Murry, Harold Steelman, Dwight Adams, Tom Bass, Joe Burson, Clyde Wrenn, Buddy King, Charlie Pell TEAM STRENGTH: Three Playing Quarterbacks TEAM WEAKNESS: Inexperience in Defensive Secondary LETTERMEN RETURNING: 38 LETTERMEN LOST: 23 TOP RETURNING BACKS: Harold Goggins RB, Bill Wingo DB, Mike O'Cain QB, Steve Fuller QB, Willie Jordan QB TOP RETURNING LINEMEN: Lacy Brumley OG, Jimmy Weeks OG TOP NEWCOMERS: Lester Brown RB ALL-AMERICAN CANDIDATE: None ALL-ACC CANDIDATES: Joey Walters WR 1975 HIGHLIGHT: Last minute 38-35 win over North Carolina in Chapel Hill SID— Bob Bradley OFFICE: (803) 656-2101 HOME: (803) 654-5419 LOCATION: Charlottesville, Virginia 22903 ENROLLMENT: 15,500 COLORS: Orange and Blue NICKNAME: Cavaliers CONFERENCE: Atlantic Coast ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: Gene Corrigan ASSISTANT COACHES: Jack Beidleman, Dave Braine, Waverly Brooks, Gene Epley, Dick Lage, Lee Moon, Charlie Taafe, Jack Williams TEAM STRENGTH: Running Backs and Kicking Game, Experience on Defense TEAM WEAKNESS: Strength in Numbers and quality backup people, overall speed LETTERMEN RETURNING: 46 LETTERMEN LOST: 11 TOP RETURNING BACKS: Billy Copeland RB, Joe Sroba RB, David Sloan RB, Derrick Glasper DB, Jay Morris DB, Joe Roseborough DB TOP RETURNING LINEMEN: Tom Fadden SE, Rich Switalski C, Dennis Kuczynski OG, John Choma DT, Mike Ozdowski DT, Kevin Bowie NG, Skip Browning LB TOP NEWCOMERS: Drew Schuett QB, Andre Grier RB, Joe Kinney RB, Dan Hottowe RB, Mike Brancati DB, Al Alvarez OG ALL-AMERICAN CANDIDATES: None ALL-ACC CANDIDATES: Mike Ozdowski DT, Rich Switalsk C, Billy Copeland RB, David Sloan RB, Tom Fadden SE SID — Barney Cooke OFFICE: (804) 924-3011 HOME: (804) 293-6791 1975 RESULTS (2-9) 1976 SCHEDULE 1975 RESULTS (1-10) 1976 SCHEDULE 13 Tulane 17 Sept. 11 The Citadel 14 Navy 42 Sept. 11 at Washington Alabama 56 18 Georgia 22 V.M.I. 21 18 William & Mary 28 Georgia Tech 33 25 at Georgia Tech 11 Duke 26 25 Duke 7 Georgia 35 Oct. 2 at Tennessee 28 North Carolina 31 Oct. 2 at Georgia Tech 16 Wake Forest 14 9 at Wake Forest 14 South Carolina 41 9 at South Carolina 21 Duke 25 16 Duke 17 Virginia Tech 24 16 Virginia Tech 7 N.C. State 45 23 at N.C. State 21 Wake Forest 66 23 at Wake Forest 7 Florida State 43 30 at Florida State 14 Vanderbilt 17 30 VMI (Norfolk) 38 North Carolina 35 Nov. 6 North Carolina 10 East Carolina 61 Nov. 6 Lehigh 20 Maryland 22 13 at Maryland Syracuse 37 13 at North Carolina 20 South Carolina 56 20 South Carolina 24 Maryland 62 20 Maryland 39 MARYLAND vs. 1976 OPPONENTS KENTUCKV F (1-1-2) 1931 Tie 6-6 1954 Won 20-0 1956 Lost 0-14 1975 Tie 10-10 1 CINCINNATI (1-0) 1975 Won DUKE (5-14-0) 21-19 1932 Lost 0-34 1932 Lost 7-38 1941 Lost 0-50 1942 Lost 0-42 1947 Lost 7-19 1948 Lost 12-13 1950 Won 26-14 1957 Lost 0-14 1960 Lost 7-20 1962 Lost 7-10 1963 Lost 12-30 1964 Lost 17-24 1966 Won 21-19 1968 Lost 28-30 1969 Won 20-7 1970 Lost 12-13 1972 Lost 14-20 1973 Won 30-10 1974 Won SYRACUSE (8-13-1) 56-13 1920 Won 10-7 1921 Lost 0-42 1935 Tie 0-0 1936 Won 20-0 1937 Won 13-0 1938 Lost 0-53 1939 Lost 7-10 1955 Won 34-13 1956 Lost 12-26 1959 Lost 0-29 1961 Won 22-21 1965 Lost 7-24 1966 Lost 7-34 1967 Lost 3-7 1968 Lost 14-32 1969 Lost 9-20 1970 Lost 7-23 1971 Lost 13-21 1972 Lost 12-16 1973 Won 38-0 1974 Won 31-0 1975 Won CLEMSON (13-10-1) 24-7 1952 Won 28-0 1953 Won 20-0 1954 Won 16-0 1955 Won 25-12 1956 Tie 6-6 1957 Lost 7-26 1958 Lost 0-8 1959 Won 28-25 1960 Won 19-17 1961 Won 24-21 1962 Lost 14-17 1963 Lost 6-21 1964 Won 34-0 1965 Won 6-0 1966 Lost 10-14 1967 Lost 7-28 1968 Lost 0-16 1969 Lost 0-40 1970 Lost 11-24 1971 Lost 14-20 1972 Won 31-6 1973 Won 28-13 1974 Won 41-0 1975 Won 22-20 WAKE FOREST (16-7-1) 1917 Won 29-12 1943 Won 13-7 1944 Lost 0-39 1954 Tie 13-13 1955 Won 28-7 1956 Won 6-0 1957 Won 27-0 1958 Lost 0-34 1959 Lost 7-10 1960 Won 14-13 1961 Won 10-7 1962 Won 13-2 1963 Won 32-0 1964 Lost 17-21 1965 Won 10-7 1966 Won 34-7 1967 Lost 17-35 1968 Lost 14-38 1969 Won 19-13 1971 Lost 14-18 1972 Won 23-0 1973 Won 37-0 1974 Won 47-0 1975 Won 27-0 N.C. STATE (13-15-4) 1909 Lost 0-31 1917 Lost 6-10 1921 Tie 6-6 1922 Won 7-6 1923 Won 26-12 1924 Tie 0-0 1946 Lost 7-28 1947 Tie 0-0 1949 Won 14-6 1950 Lost 13-16 1951 Won 53-0 1954 Won 42-14 1956 Won 25-14 1957 Lost 13-48 1958 Won 21-6 1959 Won 33-28 1960 Lost 10-13 1961 Won 10-7 1962 Won 14-6 1963 Lost 14-36 1964 Lost 13-14 1965 Lost 7-29 1966 Lost 21-24 1967 Lost 9-31 1968 Lost 11-31 1969 Lost 7-24 1970 Lost 0-6 1971 Won 35-7 1972 Tie 24-24 1973 Lost 22-24 1974 Won 20-10 1975 Won 37-22 VILLANOVA (4-2) 1970 Lost 3-21 1971 Lost 13-28 1972 Won 37-7 1973 Won 31-3 1974 Won 41-0 1975 Won VIRGINIA (23-15-2) 41-0 1919 Won 13-0 1925 Lost 0-6 1926 Tie 6-6 1927 Lost 0-21 1928 Won 18-2 1929 Tie 13-13 1930 Won 14-6 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 " pages — Commemorative Binding $7.95 1931 Won 7-6 1932 Lost 6-7 1933 Lost 0-6 1934 Won 20-0 1935 Won 14-7 1936 Won 21-0 1937 Won 3-0 1938 Lost 19-27 1939 Lost 7-12 1940 Lost 6-19 1942 Won 27-12 1943 Lost 0-39 1944 Lost 7-18 1945 Won 19-13 1957 Won 12-0 1958 Won 44-6 1959 Won 55-12 1960 Won 44-12 1961 Lost 16-28 1962 Won 40-18 1963 Won 21-6 1964 Won 10-0 1965 Lost 27-33 1966 Lost 17-41 1967 Lost 7-12 1968 Lost 23-28 1969 Won 17-14 1970 Won 17-14 1971 Lost 27-29 1972 Won 24-23 1973 Won 33-0 1974 Won 10-0 1975 Won 62-24 RICHMOND (9-5-2) 1907 Lost 5-11 1908 Lost 0-22 1909 Lost 0-12 1910 Won 20-0 1911 Tie 0-0 1912 Won 46-0 1913 Won 45-0 1922 Tie 0-0 1923 Won 23-0 1924 Won 38-0 1936 Won 12-0 1938 Lost 6-19 1945 Won 21-0 1946 Lost 7-37 1947 Won 18-6 1948 Won 19-0 WEST VIRGINIA (7-6-2) 1919 Lost 0-27 1943 Lost 2-6 1944 Tie 6-6 1945 Tie 13-13 1947 Won 27-0 1948 Lost 14-16 1949 Won 47-7 1950 Won 41-0 1951 Won 54-7 1959 Won 27-7 1960 Won 31-8 1966 Won 28-9 1969 Lost 7-31 1970 Lost 10-20 1973 Lost 13-20 40 MARYLAND COACHES DOWN THE YEARS MARYLAND AGGIES UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND Year Head Coach 1892 1893 1894 1895 1896 1897 1898 1899 1900 1901 1902 1903 1904 1905' 1906 1907' 1908 1909 1910 1911 *W. W. Skinner *S. H. Harding *J. G. Bannon No Team *Grenville Lewis *John Lillibridge *J. F. Kenly *S. M. Cooke *F. H. Peters *E. B. Dunbar • D. John Markey Fred Nielsen WLT 3 6 3 3 1916 1917 1918 1919 C. G. Church & C. W. Melick 3 6 Bill Lang 3 8 Barney Cooper & E. P. Larkin 2 5 R. Alston 4 3 1 C. F. Donnelly & H. C. Byrd 4 4 2 6 1 1 6 3 5 3 6 3 •H. C.Byrd MARYLAND STATE H. C.Byrd 6 2 4 3 1 4 1 1 5 4 1920" 1921 1922 1923 1924 1925 1926 1927 >H. C.Byrd 1928 1929 1930 1931 1932 1933 1934, 1935"i 1936 JackFaber 1937 > 1938 Frank M. Dobson 1939J 1940T Jack Faber, Al Heagy 1941/ Al Woods 1942 Clark Shaughnessy 1943"! 1944/ 1945 Paul "Bear" Bryant 1946 Clark Shaughnessy 1947 - a 1948 ; 1949 -b 1950 1951-c MimTatum 1952 1953 - d 1954 1955 - e Clarence Spears 7 2 1 2 1 7 6 9 7 10 7 2 10 1 7 21 10 1 19561 2 7 x 1957 iTommy Mont 5 5 1958J 4 6 1959"^ 5 5 1960 6 4 1961 I 7 3 1962 >Tom Nugent 6 4 1963 I 3 7 1964 5 5 1965J 4 6 1966 LouSaban 4 6 1967\ „ . «, . 9 1968/ BobWard 2 8 1969^ 3 7 1970 ^ Roy Lester 2 9 197lJ 2 9 1972 ^ 5 5 1 1973 -i . r , ., 8 4 1974 -g >J e "y Claiborne g 4 Q 1975 -h J 9 2 1 83 Year Totals 394 346 38 * 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 h Gator Bowl, defeated Florida, 13-0 ALL TIME MARYLAND FOOTBALL RECORDS AGAINST ALL OPPONENTS WLT 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 Cincinnati 1 ClemsonUniv 13 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 6 9 Florida State 2 Fortress Monroe 1 Fredericksburg Col 2 Gallaudet 9 6 1 W Georgetown Univ 6 Georgetown Prep 1 George Washington 10 Univ. of Georgia 3 Gibraltar Ath. Club Gonzaga High 1 Greenville (SC) AAB 1 Guilford Col 1 Gunton Temple Bapt. Ch 1 Hampden-Sydney 2 Haverford Col Indiana Univ Johns Hopkins 16 Univ. of Kentucky 1 Lakehurst Nav. Air Sta 1 Louisiana State Univ 3 U.S. Marine Barracks 1 Merchant Marine Acad 1 Miami (Florida) 5 Miami (Ohio) Michigan State 1 Mississippi 1 Missouri 6 Mt. St. Joseph's Col 2 Mt. St. Mary's Col 2 Mt. Washington Club Navy 5 New York Univ 2 Univ. ofN.C 17 N.C. State 13 Ohio Univ 1 Oklahoma Univ Old Univ. of Md 3 Olympia Ath. Club 1 Orient Ath. Club 1 L T 9 1 3 2 1 1 1 2 2 2 11 5 1 2 5 1 4 1 2 1 1 14 22 1 15 4 4 2 1 WLT Pennsylvania 1 4 Penn State 1 21 Penn Military 3 10 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. ofS. C 17 11 SMU 2 Swarthmore Col 10 Syracuse Univ 8 13 1 Tech. High 5 2 UCLA 1 1 Univ. ofTenn 1 4 Univ. of Texas 2 Texas A &M 2 Third Army Corps 1 Tulane Univ 1 10 Vanderbilt 1 5 Villanova 4 2 Virginia 23 15 2 Virginia Mil. Inst 14 9 2 Virginia Tech 14 10 Wake Forest 16 7 1 Walbrook Ath. Club 1 Washington & Lee 13 5 2 Washington Col 18 3 1 Western High 1 Western Md 18 13 1 WestVa 7 6 2 William & Mary 1 2 Yale Univ 2 8 1 41 1975 TEAM STATISTICS: Won 8 * Lost 2 * Tied I OPPONENTS FIRST DOWNS 157 Rushing 96 Passing 52 Penalties 9 TOTAL PLAYS (Less Kicks) 725 Rushing Plays 536 Passes Thrown 189 AVERAGE PLAYS PER GAME 65.9 Yards Gained Rushing 2172 Yards Lost Rushing 468 NET YARDS GAINED RUSHING 1704 Average Per Game Rushing 154.9 Average Per Play Rushing 3.2 YARDS GAINED PASSING 1045 Average Per Game Passing 95.0 Average Per Play Passing 5.5 YARDS GAINED TOTAL OFFENSE 2749 Average Per Game Total Offense 249.9 Average Per Play Total Offense 3.8 PASSES/ATTEMPTS/ COMPLETIONS/HAD INTERCEPTED 189/92/12 Completion Percentage .487 MARYLAND 214 134 70 10 791 573 218 71.9 2771 343 2428 220.7 4.2 1699 154.5 7.8 4127 375.2 5.2 218 124/6 .569 OPPONENTS INTERCEPTION/YARDS RETURNED 7/46 PUNTS/YARDS/ AVERAGE 81/3105/38.3 Net Yards After Returns 33.7 PUNT RETURNS/YARDS/ AVERAGE 35/193/5.5 KICKOFF RETURNS/ YARDS/AVERAGE . 48/1008/21.0 FUMBLES/LOST 29/15 PENALTIES/YARDS .. 46/477 TOUCHDOWNS 19 Rushing 15 Passing 2 Punt Returns 1 Kickoff Returns Fumble Recovery 1 SAFETY FIELD GOALS 7/13 PAT/KICK 11/12 Pass 0/5 Run 2/2 TOTAL POINTS 150 Average Points Per Game 13.6 MARYLAND 12/70 58/2343/40.4 37.1 48/375/7.8 26/768/29.5 26/16 70/662 38 22 13 3 1 12/21 12/21 0/0 1/4 299 27.2 MARYLAND 41 Villanova Byrd Stadium 41.362 8 Tennessee 26 Knoxville, Tennessee 74,161 34 North Carolina 7 Chapel Hill, North Carolina 43,000 10 Kentucky 10 Lexington, Kentucky 55,000 24 Syracuse 7 Byrd Stadium 43,863 37 N.C. State 22 Byrd Stadium 39,221 27 Wake Forest Winston-Salem, North Carolina 19.300 13 Penn State 15 Byrd Stadium 58,973 21 Cincinnati 19 Riverfront, Cincinnati, Ohio 16,478 22 Clemson 20 Clemson, South Carolina 35,400 62 Virginia 24 Byrd Stadium 44,867 TOTAL ATTENDANCE— HOME 228,286 AVERAGE ATTENDANCE— HOME 45,657 TOTAL ATTENDANCE— AWAY 243,339 AVERAGE ATTENDANCE— AWAY 40,557 AVERAGE ATTENDANCE SEASON .... 42,875 TOTAL ATTENDANCE ALL GAMES . 471,625 42 1975 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS: RUSHING ATT GAIN LOST NET AVG LG TD PUNTING NO YARDS AVG LP Atkins 87 502 11 491 5.6 60 7 Sochko 57 2303 40.4 70 Franklin 98 508 23 485 5.0 32 4 Hughes 1 40 40.0 40 Jennings 78 440 29 411 5.3 47 2 Wilson 82 406 8 398 4.9 19 3 PUNT RETURNS NO YARDS AVG LG Maddox 25 183 6 177 7.1 29 1 Brechbiel 19 206 10.8 42 Schultz 44 170 22 148 3.4 15 3 Roy 21 155 7.4 22 DeCarlo 31 128 128 4.1 15 1 Cielensky 3 18 6.0 14 Manges 38 161 40 121 3.2 19 Jennings 2 -4 Harris 10 64 64 6.4 38 Zachary Younge Richards 1 1 1 Moss 9 41 2 39 4.3 10 Gardner 1 1 2 2.0 2 Stanford 1 1 1 1.0 1 KICKOFF RETURNS NO YARDS AVG LG TD Kinney 1 1 -1 Schultz 13 403 31.0 92 1 Richards 4 10 12 -2 10 Jennings 8 297 37.1 96 2 Dick 64 155 189 -34 14 1 Atkins Franklin 26 18 26.0 18.0 26 18 PASSING ATT COMP PCT ] NT YARDS LG TD DeCarlo 15 15.0 15 Dick 158 90 .570 2 1190 70 8 Wilson 9 9.0 9 Manges 47 27 .575 3 408 46 4 Richards Harris 8 5 .625 1 61 29 Schultz 3 2 .667 40 33 1 INTERCEPTIONS NO YARDS LG Hoover 1 Roy 4 L7 17 Franklin 1 Miller Younge Fisher Cielensky 2 [3 11 21 21 19 19 TOTAL OFFENSE plays YARDS AVG TDR Dick 222 1156 5.2 9 Shihda Manges 85 529 6.2 4 Evans Atkins 87 491 5.6 7 Harbert Franklin 99 485 4.9 4 Jennings 78 411 5.3 2 SCORING Wilson 82 398 4.9 3 67 Sochko (31/34 PAT— 12/21 FG) Schultz 47 188 4.0 4 42 Atkins (1-1-1-5-5-13-60 runs) DeCarlo 31 128 4.1 1 38 Schultz (2-4-7 run 10-38 pass Harris 18 125 6.9 92 KO Ret - conv run) (all others same as above rushing) 30 Wilson (1-1-2 run- 12-25 pass) 30 Franklin (3-4-29-32 run -7 pass] PASS RECEIV NO ' fARDS AVG LG n> 30 Hoover (3-5-7-47-49 pass) Hoover 38 532 14.0 49 5 24 Jennings (6-7-run-. 33-96 Ko Re •) Schultz 25 321 12.8 38 2 12 Kinney (41-46 pass) Wilson 15 160 10.7 25 2 6 White (70 pass) Kinney 13 241 18.5 46 2 6 Dick (5-run) Franklin 10 99 9.7 17 1 6 DeCarlo (1 run) White 6 117 19.5 70 1 6 Maddox (9 run) DeCarlo 6 46 7.7 15 2 SAFETY-Tackle by Campbell in End Zone Jennings 4 38 9.5 11 Richards 4 59 14.8 23 FIELD GOALS BY SOCHKO Raba 1 37 37.0 37 MADE — 23-23-26-27-27-28-29-30-31-38-39-49 Manges 1 33 33.0 33 MISS — 30-31-32-39-40-42-49-51 Maddox 1 16 16.0 16 ONE BLOCKED LONG PLAYS BY TERRAPINS 96 KO Return by Jennings TD vs N.C. State 93 KO Return by Jennings TD vs Kentucky 92 KO Return by Schultz TD vs Clemson 92 KO Return by Schultz vs UNC 70 PASS Dick to White TD vs Villanova 60 RUN Atkins TD vs Virginia 49 PASS Dick to Hoover TD vs UNC 47 RUN Jennings vs Virginia 47 PASS Dick to Hoover TD vs Wake Forest 46 PASS Manges to Kinney TD vs Villanova 42 PUNT RETURN Brechbiel vs Syracuse 41 PASS Manges to Kinney TD vs Villanova 43 1975 DEFENSIVE STATISTICS: 1st MINUS PLAY ] vo BLKD QB CAUSE RECV PASS BLKD RECV SAF POS NAME GP TKLS HITS ASST NO YDS < 3AIN PASS SACK FUMBL FUMBL INT KICK KO LB Benson 149 73 76 6 27 7 4 DT Campbell 125 53 72 12 71 2 6 7 3 1 1 1 DG Klaube 114 57 57 8 17 4 1 1 DG Divito 111 63 48 12 56 8 2 6 1 DT Fisher 98 37 61 3 13 3 2 1 DG Salley 96 51 45 13 67 3 1 8 4 LB Shihda 90 31 59 2 12 1 1 1 1 DT LaHayne 86 31 55 7 43 2 3 1 DE Evans 73 30 43 5 21 3 3 1 1 LB Carr 72 42 30 4 32 5 3 1 LB Miller 67 33 34 3 19 1 2 2 1 2 DE Hughes 61 31 30 10 42 6 2 3 SF Younge 52 18 34 1 HB Roy 46 23 23 2 4 HB Brechbiel 37 15 22 1 1 2 1 SF Zachary 37 16 21 HB Cielensky 36 17 19 1 1 DE Garber 29 15 14 3 10 1 3 2 1 DE Foster 10 23 7 16 2 29 2 1 1 1 1 DT Seder 7 21 4 17 1 1 1 DG Schwartz 4 18 14 4 6 15 3 1 HB Harbert 11 18 6 12 1 1 KS Sochko 11 16 7 9 SF Claiborne 6 12 6 6 DG Cozzi 5 9 5 4 1 1 2 DT Johnson 5 9 6 3 LB Fotta 5 6 4 2 DE Pelanda 3 5 1 4 1 DG Inman 3 2 2 1 TOTALS 98 476 ' 14 16 50 20 15 12 2 1 1 SCORING BY QUARTERS OPPONENTS 66 29 54 20 90 35 150 299 \-J A A V-/ i. 1 1 j - 1 1 J MARYLAND VILLANOVA 79 MARYLAND 3 7 17 — 27 MARYLAND 13 7 14 7 — 41 WAKE FOREST — MARYLAND 2 6 __ 8 PENN STATE 12 3 — 15 TENNESSEE 13 6 7 — 26 MARYLAND 10 3 — 13 MARYLAND 10 3 8 13 34 MARYLAND 14 7 — 21 NORTH CAROLINA 7 — 7 CINCINNATI 7 6 6 — 19 MARYLAND 10 , 10 MARYLAND 7 6 9 — 22 KENTUCKY 7 3 — 10 CLEMSON 6 6 8 — 20 SYRACUSE 7 , 7 VIRGINIA 7 3 7 7 — 24 MARYLAND 10 7 7 — 24 MARYLAND 14 7 27 14 — 62 N.S. STATE 7 7 8 22 MARYLAND 10 7 7 13 — 37 44 1975 GATOR BOWL STATISTICS: MARYLAND 7 3 3 — 13 FLORIDA 0—0 SCORING: Md.— Kim Hoover 19 pass from Larry Dick Mike Sochko 20 Field Goal Mike Sochko 27 Field Goal MARYLAND FLORIDA TOTAL FIRST DOWNS 15 14 TOTAL NET YARDS 291 210 OFFENSIVE PLAYS 68 73 Avg Gain Per Play 4.3 2.9 NET YARDS RUSHING 209 182 Avg Gain Per Rush 4.0 3.4 NET YARDS PASSING 82 28 ATT/COM P INT Avg Gain Per Pass 16/7/0 5.1 19/3/3 1.5 PUNTS/AVG 7/39.8 7/38.5 FUMBLES/LOST 0/0 1/1 PENALTIES/YARDS 5/47 6/48 TOTAL RETURN YARDS 26 25 INDIVIDUAL RUSHING — MARYLAND ATT YDS AVG LG Atkins 20 127 6.4 29 Jennings 9 53 5.9 12 Wilson 10 33 3.3 7 DeCarlo 2 10 5.0 6 Franklin 2 4 2.0 2 Schultz 1 0.0 Manges 4 -3 Dick 4 -15 PASSING — MARYLAND ATT COMP YDS TD LG Dick 13 5 67 1 22 Manges 3 2 15 8 PASS RECEIVING — MARYLAND NO YDS TD LG Hoover 2 24 1 19 Wilson 2 21 15 Jennings 2 15 8 Atkins 1 22 22 INTERCEPTIONS — MARYLAND Cielensky - Benson - Brechbiel AWARDS GATOR BOWL MVP MUTUAL "OS" DEFENSIVE MUTUAL "OS" OFFENSIVE - Steve Atkins - Paul Divito - Steve Atkins Photo by Randy Routt — Washington Star Hoover Touchdown 45 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 46 1973 PEACH BOWL STATISTICS: MARYLAND GEORGIA SCORING: Ga. Md. Md. Ga. Ga. Md. Md. 10 10 6 — 16 — 17 Poulos 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 Carter Jennings Kinard W. White Schultz Bloomingdale ATT 29 5 14 1 1 2 YDS 126 41 40 8 3 1 AVG 4.3 8.2 2.9 8.0 3.0 0.5 PASSING - MARYLAND Kinard Carter Avellini Neville PASS RECEIVING-MARYLAND Jennings W. White Russell Carter INTERCEPTIONS Harry Walters, LB 1 for 9 yds LG 48 18 12 8 3 1 ATT COMP YDS TD LG 8 4 113 43 3 2 83 1 68 6 2 46 26 1 NO YDS LG TD 3 75 43 2 106 68 1 2 35 20 1 26 26 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. 47 1974— Randy White and THE SPORTING NEWS "Coach of the Year" Jerry Claiborne with White hold- ing the OUTLAND TROPHY, and Claiborne holding White's ACC "PLAYER OF THE YEAR" plaque. On table is Liberty Bowl MVP Trophy and THE LOMBARDI TROPHY. White's 94 was retired by the University. 48 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 established a weight training program that has had phenomenal 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 include 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 backs pressing over 300 pounds are Preacher Maddox 365, Ken Roy 325, Tony Black 315 and Don Dotter 300, Fullbacks Chuck Moss 400 and Tim Wilson 315. Junior Guard Mike Yeates tops the squad by bench pressing 450 pounds with John Zernhelt and Moss join- ing him in topping 400 pounds. There are now an all-time high of 49 Terps topping the 300 pound press. 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 March 1976 4 16 34 8 4 3 m Winn! ATLANTIC COAST SPORTSWRITERS ASSOCIATION PRESIDENT: Dan Daniels, WRC-TV, Washington, D.C. VICE-PRESIDENTS: Frank Dascenzo, Durham Sun; Herman Helms, The State, Columbia; Earle Hellen, Times-Herald, Newport News; Jack Zane, University of Maryland. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE: Bob Heller, Daily News, Greensboro; Nick Pond, WRAL-TV, Raleigh; Richard Giannini, NCAA. EXECUTIVE SECRETARY: Dick Herbert. 49 MARYLAND ALL ■ AMERICANS 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 Chet Hanulak — HB Ralph Felton — FB Bill Walker — E John Irvine — C Bob Morgan— T HONORABLE MENTION ALL-AMERICANS (AP & 1961 1954 1955 1956 Dick Bielski — FB Ronnie Waller — HB Jack Bowersox — G John Irvine — C Bill Walker — E Bob Pellegrini — G George Palahunik — G Mike Sandusky — T Jack Davis — G Frank Tamburello — QB Ed Heuring — T 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 1962 1965 1969 1970 1972 1973 1974 1975 UP) Bob Hacker — C Dick Shiner — QB Walter Rock — G Roger Shoals — T Tom Brown — HB Bob Sullivan — DB Ralph Sonntag — OT Guy Roberts — DE Paul Vellano — DG Bob Smith — DB Randy White — DT Louis Carter — HB Bob Smith — DB Louis Carter — HB Steve Mike-Mayer — KS Stan Rogers — OT Bob Smith — DB Harry Walters — LB Walter White — TE LeRoy Hughes — DE Jim Brechbiel — DB Kevin Benson — LB Paul Divito — DG FOOTBALL WRITERS ASSOCIATION First Team 1961 Gary Collins — E 1974 Randy White — DT AMERICAN FOOTBALL First Team Gary Collins — E COACHES ASSOCIATION 1961 1973 1974 Paul Vellano — DG 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 Bob Ward — G Jack Scarbath — QB 1951 1952 Dick Modzelewsk 1953 Stan Jones — T 1955 Bernie Faloney — QB Bob Pellegrini — C Second Team 1953 Chet Hanulak — 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 First Team 1951 Bob Ward — G 1952 Jack Scarbath — QB Dick Modzelewski — T 1953 Stan Jones — T 1955 Bob Pellegini — C 1961 Gary Collins — E 1974 Randy White — DT Second Team 1950 Bob Ward — G 1 95 1 Ed Modzelewski — FB 1 953 Bernie Faloney — QB 1955 Mike Sandusky — T 1973 Bill Walker - Paul Vellano • DG Third Team 1951 Dick Modzelewski — T 1955 Ed Vereb — HB TIME MAGAZINE First Team 1974 Randy White — DT Steve Mike-Mayer — KS 50 TERPS ON ALL-ACC TEAMS 'Atlantic Coast Sportswriters 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 Pellegrini — 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 51 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 1975 — DEFENSIVE TEAM LeRoy Hughes — End Jim Brechbiel — Back Kevin Benson — Linebacker Joe Campbell — Tackle Paul Divito — Guard — OFFENSIVE TEAM Marion Koprowski — Tackle — SPECIALIST Mike Sochko — Kicker — COACH OF YEAR Jerry Claiborne THE TERR AWARDS The Alvin L Aubinoe Trophy to the unsung hero of the season. 1956 Al Wharton — Tackle 1957 Wilbur Main — Center 1 958 Ted Kershner — Back 1959 Joe Gardi — Tackle 1960 Leroy Dietrich — Center 1961 Dick Barlund — End 1962 Murnis Banner — Halfback 1963 George Stem — Halfback 1970 1964 John Kenny — End 1971 1965 Charles Krahling — Center 1972 1966 Bobby Collins — Back 1973 1967 Pat Baker — Back 1974 1968 Rick Carlson — End 1975 1 969 Paul E. Fitzpatrick — Back Robert J. MacBride — Tackle Jeff Shugars — Quarterback Ron Kecman — Center Ken Scott — Tackle Frank Russell — End Jim Richey — Tackle 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 1974 Kim Hoover — End Anthony C. Nardo Memorial Trophy to the best football lineman of the year. 1950 Bob Ward — Guard 1957 1951 Bob Ward — Guard 1958 1952 William Maletzky — Guard 1959 1953 Stan Jones — Tackle 1960 1954 Bob Pellegrini — Guard 1961 1955 Mike Sandusky — Tackle 1962 Don Healy — Tackle Fred Cole — Tackle Tom Gunderman — Guard Gary Collins — End Bill Kirchiro — Tackle Dave Crossan — Tackle 1964 Fred Joyce — Guard 1965 Dick Absher — End 1966 Dick Absher — End 1967 Jim Lavrusky — Linebacker 1968 Ron Pearson — End 1969 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 Guy Roberts 1972 Paul Vellano 1973 Randy White 1974 Randy White 1975 Paul Divito Marion Koprowski The Teke Trophy to the student who during his four years at the University has rendered the greatest service to football. (Became the Terrapin Club Award in 1975.) 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 1968 1960 Vincent Scott — End 1969 1961 Gary Collins — End 1970 1962 Tom Brown — Halfback 1971 1963 Bob Burton — Halfback 1972 1964 Olaf Drozdov — Tackle 1973 1965 George Stem — Back 1974 1966 Dick Absher — End 1975 1967 Lou Stickel — Back Billy Lovett — Fullback Kenneth B. Dutton — Back Peter Mattia — Tackle Tommy Miller — Back DonRatliff — End Paul Vellano — Guard Randy White — Tackle LeRoy Hughes — End The first regularly scheduled college football game to be televised was the Penn-Maryland game of October 5, 1940. Dick Lamb, Historian, Football Writers Association 52 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 1971 Al Neville — Quarterback 1972 Bob Avellini — Quarterback 1973 Louis Carter — Tailback 1974 Louis Carter — Tailback 1975 John Schultz — Wingback 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 1975 Kevin Benson — 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 Joe Frataroli — Guard 1965 Matt Arbutina — 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 1975 Marion Koprowski — 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 1972 Paul Veil ano — Guard 1973 Randy White — Tackle 1974 Randy White — Tackle 1 975 Paul Divito — Guard 53 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 67 Mike Sochko — 1975 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 — 1951 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 Ratlin" — 1972 5 Walter White — 1973 5 Kim Hoover — 1975 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 169 Tommy Miller — 1969 156 Len Chiaverini — 1962 137 Jimmy Joyce — 1959 137 Billy Lovett — 1967 125 Lu Gambino — 1947 119 Louis Carter — 1972 TOTAL OFFENSE MOST PASS COMPLETIONS 1689 Bob Avellini — 1974 121 Dick Shiner — 1962 1426 Dick Shiner — 1962 112 Bob Avellini — 1974 1395 Alan Pastrana — 1966 108 Dick Shiner — 1963 1386 Jack Scarbath — 1952 107 Al Neville — 1971 1265 Al Neville — 1971 102 Al Pastrana — 1966 1257 Bob Avellini — 1972 98 90 Bob Avellini — 1972 Larry Dick — 1975 1186 Dick Shiner — 1963 82 Dale Betty — 1960 1156 Larry Dick — 1975 81 Al Pastrana — 1968 1076 Tommy Mont — 1942 75 Jeff Shugars — 1970 1042 Phil Petry — 1964 1022 Dick Shiner — 1961 MOST , PASS RECEPTIONS 593 Lloyd Colteryahn — 1952 557 Tom Brown — 1962 536 Billy Van Heusen — 1966 532 Kim Hoover — 1975 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 % <s LOUIS CARTER YARDS PASSING MOST PASS RECEPTIONS 47 Tom Brown — 1962 43 Darryl Hill — 1963 39 Frank Russell — 1973 38 Kim Hoover — 1975 36 Don Ratliff — 1972 32 Dan Bungori — 1971 32 Dennis O'Hara — 1971 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 12 10 10 10 10 Alan Pastrana Tommy Mont Al Neville — Dick Shiner - Jack Scarbath VicTuryn — Jack Scarbath Larry Dick — Dick Shiner — Bob Avellini — Bob Avellini - 1966 — 1942 1971 - 1963 — 1952 1948 — 1951 1975 1961 ■ 1972 — 1974 1648 Bob Avellini — 1974 991 1499 Alan Pastrana — 1966 963 1324 Dick Shiner — 1962 945 1275 Al Neville— 1971 904 1251 Bob Avellini — 1972 894 834 801 753 1190 Larry Dick — 1975 1165 Dick Shiner — 1963 1149 Jack Scarbath — 1952 642 1076 Tommy Mont — 1942 629 1053 Alan Pastrana — 1968 625 921 Dick Shiner — 1961 602 YARDS RUSHING Louis Carter — 1974 Billy Lovett — 1968 Art Seymore — 1970 Lu Gambino — 1947 Bo Hickey — 1964 Ed Modzelewski — 1951 Louis Carter — 1973 Chet Hanulak — 1953 Ed Vereb — 1955 Tom Miller — 1969 Ed Modzelewski — 1949 Len Chiaverini — 1962 54 MARYLAND FOOTBALL RECORDS SINGLE GAME— INDIVIDUAL SCORING Most 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 8 by Mike Sochko vs. Virginia, 1975 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 Garv Collins vs. Clemson. 1959 2 by Billy Van Heusen vs. N.C. State, 1966 2 by Dan Bungori vs. Florida, 1971 2 by Vince Kinney vs. Villanova, 1975 Most Touchdowns Responsibility (Run and Pass) 5 by Bob Shemonski vs. Virginia Tech, 1950 Most Field Goals Scored 3 by Steve Mike-Mayer vs. Alabama and Villanova, 1974 3 by Mike Sochko vs. Clemson, 1975 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 4 by Mark Manges vs. Villanova, 1975 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, runn 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, run 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. Virginia, 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 vs. Oklahoma, 1956 Orange Bowl (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 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. Virginia, 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) 55 Longest Kickoff Return For Touchdown By Opponent 93 yards by Jim McPherson of North Carolina, 1926 Longest Non-Scoring Kickoff Return 92 by John Schultz vs. North Carolina, 1975 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 Opponents' 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 8 vs. Virginia, 1975 Most Field Goals Scored 3 vs. Villanova, 1972, 1973, 1974 3 vs. West Virginia, 1959 3 vs. Alabama, 1974 3 vs. Clemson, 1975 Most Touchdowns Scored Passing 5 vs. Villanova, 1975 (4 by Mark Manges, 1 by Larry Dick) Most Touchdowns Scored Passing By Opponents 4 bv 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 802 vs. Virginia, 1975 (582 rushing — 220 passing) Fewest Total Yards Gained 29 vs. Syracuse. 1959 Most Total Plays 93 vs. North Carolina State, 1973 RUSHING Most Net Yards Gained Rushing 582 vs. Virginia, 1975 (67 carries) 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 bv West Virginia, 1951 Minus 21 by UCLA, 1955 Most First Downs Rushing 28 vs. Virginia, 1975 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 350 vs Villanova, 1975 (14 for 20) 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) by 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 vs. Virginia, 1975 Most Total Yards Punting 510 vs. Syracuse, 1936 (10 units) Best Punting Average 51.7 yards vs. Washington and Lee, 1951 (155 yards, 3 punts) Most Total First Downs 35 vs. Virginia, 1975 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) 56 Fewest Fumbles vs. VMI, 1945 vs. Kentucky, 1954 vs. South Carolina, 1958 vs. South Carolina, 1959 vs. West Virginia, 1960 vs. Virginia, 1960 vs. Syracuse, 1972 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 141 vs. Cincinnati, 1975 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 by Western Maryland, 1939 by Florida, 1939 by Washington and Lee, 1941 by William and Mary, 1945 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 plus 3 TDs in 1948 Gator Bowl) 102 by Ed Vereb (96 in 1955 season 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 in Punt Returns 420 by Bob Smith in 11 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 353 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 Most Touchdowns Scored 52 in 9 regular season games, 1951 Most Field Goals Scored 15 in 1974 (added one in Liberty Bowl) 57 Most Points-After-Touchdown Scored 38 in 9 regular season games, 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 II 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, in eluding 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 217 in 11 games, 1975 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 Average Attendance Per Home Game 45,657 for five games Total Home Attendance 228,286 for five games 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 58 COL. TOM FIELDS EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR MARYLAND EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION 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, 1976, contributions totaled $631,000 up from the $531,000 the previous year. During the past year the Terrapin Club renewed 96 percent of their contributors and the membership now stands at 1,650, quite a jump from the 132 original members. Of the 1,650 members, 15 are life members ($10,000 contribution), 252 are Diamondback members ($1,000 annual contribution and 585 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 Ail-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. Terrapin Club President Joe Dagenais, Jim Kehoe and Tom Fields with the Carmichael Cup. THE CARMICHAEL CUP The Carmichael Cup, inaugurated by the Atlantic Coast Conference in 1961-62, is a memorial to the late William Donald Carmichael, Jr. of Chapel Hill, N. C. It is awarded annually for excellence in all sports, a so- called "power rating" in ACC competition. Each of the 13 sports counts equally with the winner of each sport receiving seven points, the second place team six, etc. The points in basketball and baseball are awarded based on the regular season standings. Only two schools have captured the coveted trophy. Maryland has won it ten times, including the last three, while North Carolina captured the other five. The Ter- rapins finished second in each of the five years they did not win the cup. In 1975-76 the Terrapins won championships in Foot- ball, Indoor Track, Track and Field and Lacrosse while picking up second place points in Cross-country, Fencing, Golf, Basketball and Baseball. The 1975-76 Standings: Maryland 69, North Carolina 681/2, North Carolina State 65^, Duke 46, Clemson 451/2, Virginia 351/ 2 , Wake Forest 28. 59 1953 National Championship Trophy B. Apple L. Kehoe ¥ TWNER John Bush and Jim Weir MM J R. Fulton and J. Gable Athletic Department Staff Mailing Address: Box 295 Telephone: College Park, Maryland 20740 AREA CODE (301) ADMINISTRATION Athletic Director — Jim Kehoe 454-4705 Associate AD — Al Hanlon 454-4706 Assistant AD — Russ Potts 454-4687 Assistant AD — Frank Gray 454-2641 Assistant AD — Christine J. Weller 454-5854 Assistant to AD — Bob Wall 454-3332 Faculty Chairman — Jack Faber 454-4705 Ticket Manager — Bill Reading 454-2122 Educational Foundation — Col. Tom Fields . 454-4562 M Club — Al Heagy 454-5158 Director of Golf Course — Frank Cronin .... 454-2131 COACHES — MEN Baseball — Jack Jackson 454-4041 Basketball — Lefty Driesell 454-2126 Cross Country — Stan Pitts 454-4816 Fencing — Mike Dowhower Football — Jerry Claiborne 454-2125 Golf — Dave Sigler 454-5622 Lacrosse — Bud Beardmore 454-4328 Soccer — Jim Dietsch 454-5212 Swimming — Charles Hoffman 454-2756 Tennis — Doyle Royal 454-4136 Track — Frank Costello 454-4816 Wrestling — Sully Krouse 454-2652 Basketball — Christine J. Weller 454-5854 Field Hockey — Suzanne J. Tyler 454-5854 Gymnastics — Kathy Slaughter 454-5854 Lacrosse — Suzanne J. Tyler 454-5854 Swimming — Lisa M. Papa 454-5854 Tennis — Nancee K. Weigel 454-5854 Track — Linda L. Balog 454-5854 Volleyball — Barbara A. Drum 454-5854 STAFF Trainer — William Fry 454-4819 Assistant Trainers: Jim Weir 454-4639 John J. Bush 454-2759 Equipment — Ron Fulton 454-4817 Jack Gable 454-4817 Stadium and Grounds — Lindy Kehoe 454-2822 Bud Apple 454-2825 SPORTS INFORMATION OFFICE Director — Jack Zane 454-2123 Assistant — Jim Husbands 454-5173 Secretary — Therese Ryan 454-2123 60 Russ Potts Asst. AD Frank Gray Asst. AD i mm i Chris Weller Asst. AD Bob Wall Asst. to AD Bill Reading Ticket Manager Jim Husbands Asst. Promo. & Infor. Dr. Stanford Lavine Team Physician OUTSTANDING AWARDS IN PAST OUTLAND TROPHY (Lineman of Year) 1952 — Dick Modzelewski 1974— Randy White WALTER CAMP MEMORIAL TROPHY (Player of Year) 1955— Bob Pellegrini LOMBARDI TROPHY (Lineman of Year) 1974— Randy White UNITED PRESS — LINEMAN OF YEAR 1955— Bob Pellegrini 1974— Randy White ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE (Player of Year) 1953 — Bernie Faloney 1955— Bob Pellegrini 1974— Randy White ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE (Coach of Year) 1953— Jim Tatum 1955 — Jim Tatum 1973 — Jerry Claiborne 1975 — Jerry Claiborne JACOB'S BLOCKING TROPHY 1955— Bob Pellegrini 1969— Ralph Sonntag HEISMAN AWARD (Outstanding College Football Player) 1952 — Jack Scarbath (Runner-up) NATIONAL COACH OF YEAR (by THE SPORTING NEWS) 1974 — Jerry Claiborne OUTSTANDING PLAYER — COLLEGE ALL-STARS 1956— Bob Pellegrini MVP — BLUE-GRAY GAME 1971_Guy Roberts MVP — COACHES ALL-AMERICAN GAME 1974 — Louis Carter MVP — LIBERTY BOWL 1974_Randy White Atlantic Coast Conference 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 6271 Summit Station Greensboro, North Carolina 27405 61 ALFRED J. HANLON ASSOCIATE 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. 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 suffering 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. 62 MARYLAND BASKETBALL 1976-77 BASKETBALL WITH "LEFTY' THE SCHEDULE NOVEMBER Sat. 27 Notre Dame Tue. 30 Ball State DECEMBER Thu. 2 Long Island Sat. 4 Princeton Wed. 8 East Carolina Sun. 12 DePaul Sat. 18 Appalachian State Wed. 22 Bucknell Tue. 28 * Maryland Invitational Wed. 29 Tournament JANUARY Tue. 4 Richmond Sat. 8 Wake Forest Sun. 9 North Carolina State Sat. 15 fNavy Wed. 19 at Clemson Sat. 22 North Carolina Thu. 27 at North Carolina State Sat. 29 George Washington FEBRUARY Wed. 2 Virginia Sat. 5 at Duke Wed. 9 at North Carolina Sat. 12 Clemson Wed. 16 Pittsburgh Sat. 19 Duke Tue. 22 $ Wake Forest Sat. 26 at Virginia MARCH 3-5 ± ACC Tournament * Duquesne, Syracuse, Xavier f at Capital Centre J at Greensboro Coliseum Coaching Basketball is a way of life for Charles G. "Lefty" Driesell and no one works harder at his pro- fession than the dynamic Terp mentor. He ranks as one of the most successful men in his profession, one of the winningest active major college coaches in the nation and has recorded 11 twenty-victory seasons in 16 years as a head coach. "Lefty" is known and recognized by basketball fans and players throughout the nation. He is loved by many and envied by many but all respect him for what he has accomplished over the years. "Lefty" - High Schools 4 Years - Won 97 Lost 15 "Lefty" - Davidson - 9 Years - Won 176 Lost 65 "Lefty" - Maryland - 7 Years -Won 146 Lost 53 "Lefty" - OVERALL - 20 Years - Won 419 Lost 133 "Lefty" - COLLEGIATE -16 Years -Won 322 Lost 118 "LEFTY" IN LAST FIVE YEARS AT MARYLAND 1971-72 Won 27 Lost 5 1972-73 Won 23 Lost 7 1973-74 Won 23 Lost 5 1974-75 Won 24 Lost 5 1975-76 Won 22 Lost 6 HEAD COACH: Charles G. "Lefty" Driesell (Duke '54) ASSISTANTS: Joe Harrington (Maryland '68) Wil Jones (American '60) Howard White (Maryland '73) THE 1976-77 MARYLAND BASKETBALL ROSTER NAME HGT WGT CLASS PREVIOUS SCHOOL Pascak Hills High Vincennes Jr. College John Carroll High Ferguson High Monaca High Mercer Community College Dunbar High Warwick High Patrick Henry High Mackin High Montgomery Blair High Great Valley High DeWitt Clinton High Eastern High John Bilney 6-9 215 Fr. Lawrence Boston 6-8 210 Jr. Bill Bryant 6-6 185 Fr. Mark Crawford 6-3 175 Fr. Brad Davis 6-3 180 Jr. Mike Davis 6-10 230 Jr. Larry Gibson 6-10 210 So. Pat Hand 6-4 185 So. David Henderson 6-11 220 Fr. Jo Jo Hunter 6-3 180 Fr. Brian Magid 6-2 180 So. Eric Shrader 5-10 155 So. Steve Sheppard 6-6 210 Sr. James Tillman 6-4 190 So. HOME TOWN Woodcliff Lake, New Jersey Cleveland, Ohio Washington, D.C. Newport News, Virginia Monaca, Pennsylvania Jacksonville, Florida Baltimore, Maryland Newport News, Virginia Roanoke, Virginia Washington, D.C. Silver Spring, Maryland Malvern, Pennsylvania New York, New York Washington, D.C. 63 DR. WILSON H. ELKINS PRESIDENT UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND Wilson H. Elkins, the twenty-first president of the University of Maryland, has been the major motivating force in the growth of the University for the past 22 years. In 1954, his first year as president, Dr. Elkins was responsible for an institution that enrolled 8,600 students and operated on a $23 million budget. This fall, the University — composed of five campuses — is providing an education for more than 77,000 on a total budget of $316,880,830. Despite the large increases in student enrollment, aca- demic standards have been consistently strengthened during the Elkins administration as departments and programs throughout the system have gained national attention. Dr. Elkins received his undergraduate and graduate degrees at the University of Texas where he was a mem- ber of Phi Beta Kappa. He attended Oxford University as a Rhodes Scholar, earning a B.Litt. and Ph.D. degrees. The chief executive officer of the Board of Regents began his professional career as a history instructor. He became president of San Angelo Junior College and served in the same role at Texas Western College (now the University of Texas at El Paso) before accepting the leadership role at the University of Maryland. Long a sports enthusiast, Dr. Elkins is an avid golfer who won eight varsity letters in football, basketball, and track while attending the University of Texas. He was named to the Texas Sports Hall of Fame in 1963 and was the recipient of the Distinguished Alumnus Award from his alma mater in 1972. Dr. Elkins is a member of several educational organi- zations including the Southern Regional Education Board and has served as president of the National Asso- ciation 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 begins his second year as Chan- cellor of the eighth largest campus in the nation with a belief that College Park occupies a pivotal place in the State with a responsibility to provide vigorous and visible programs in scholarship, research and public service. Last May he told the Faculty Assembly that universities have spent too much of the past six years responding to crises such as studenl, protests and national conflicts. "It is time," he said, "to reemphasize standards' of per- formance, the role of the faculty and the pursuit of scholarship." Educated at the City College of New York (Electrical Engineering) and MIT (Ph.D. in Physics) Dr. Gluck- stern taught at Yale University for fourteen years. In 1964 he joined the faculty at the University of Massa- chusetts at Amherst as professor and chairman of the physics and astronomy department. Under his leader- ship, the department grew from 14 to 52 faculty mem- bers and increased federal support 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. A member of the Terrapin Club, he is an avid fan and works out on the racquetball courts. He frequently re- minds people that Maryland can be proud of its athletes who have combined varsity skills with excellent academic records. Despite the pressures of administration, Dr. Gluckstern continues to be active in research and to teach at least one undergraduate physics course each semester. Dr. Gluckstern, who is 51, was born in Atlantic City, New Jersey. He is married to the former Norma Block. The Glucksterns have three children. 64 #es^ VOLKSmGEN INC. VOLKSWAGEN INTERNAnONAL HARVESTER SUBARU 4515 ST. BARNABAS RD., MARLOW HTS. f MD. 20031 we're aII deIano* you !