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CONTENTS 

ALL-AMERICANS 58 

ALL-CONFERENCE 59 

ASSISTANT COACHES 9 

ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT DIRECTORY .... 4 

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR — JIM KEHOE 5 

ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT OFFICIALS 69-70 

AWARDS — NATIONAL AND 1976 30-67 

AWARDS — MARYLAND 60 

COACHES 1892-1976 57 

COTTON BOWL 1977 53 

FACTS ABOUT MARYLAND 3 

GATOR BOWL 1975 54 

HEAD COACH — JERRY CLAIBORNE 6 

LIBERTY BOWL 1974 55 

MOTEL & TRANSPORTATION 72 

NOTES ON TERPS 13 

OPPONENTS 1977 38 

OPPONENTS SERIES RECORDS 44 

PEACH BOWL 1973 56 

PLAYER PROFILES 16 

PRONUNCIATION GUIDE 36 

RADIO-TV SCHEDULE 31 

RECORDS 62 

REVIEW OF 1976 45 

ROSTER — ALPHABETICAL-NUMERICAL ... 36 

ROSTER — SIGNEES FOR 1977 35 

SCHEDULE 1977-1980 2 

STATISTICS FOR 1976 50 

UNIVERSITY OFFICIALS 71 

WEIGHT TRAINING PROGRAM 32 









Jim Husbands, Jack Zane, Joe Blair 



TO THE NEWS MEDIA 

We hope the 1977 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 1145. For additional information do not 
hesitate to call day or night and we will make every 
attempt to be of assistance to you. 

We will have a half dozen telephones available for 
telicopier use in the press box. 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 operators 
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 for filing from the Press Box. The Sports 
Information Office will have at least one and possibly 
two telecopiers available for use with all copy sent ac- 
cording to deadlines. Sports-Comm will also have a Com- 
puter Terminal in the Press Box sending for the Sun- 
papers. Make your arrangements with them if you desire 
their service. 

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 
section of the press box and only accredited photograph- 
ers on assignment and game personnel permitted on the 
sidelines. 

A map indicating the Press Parking area is on the back 
of the parking passes. For those traveling by air and 
desiring Limousine service, it is more convenient and 
less expensive to use Baltimore-Washington International 
although Washington National is only 45 minutes from 
campus. For information on Cabs and Motels in the Col- 
lege Park area see page 72 of this brochure. The Cab 
fares listed are as of July 1977 and were obtained from 
the Airport Dispatchers, based on the most direct routes 
to College Park. 

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 at all home 
games. 

For photographs and special requests address all cor- 
respondence 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 

ASSISTANTS 

Joe F. Blair (Missouri '50) 
OFFICE (301) 454-2123 
HOME (301) 589-0386 

Jim Husbands (Wake Forest '73) 
OFFICE (301) 454-5173 
HOME (301) 439-8357 



#977 SCHEDULE 



DATE 

Sept. 
10 
17 
24 

Oct. 

1 

8 
15 
22 
29 

Nov. 

5 

12 

19 



OPPONENT 



Clemson 
West Virginia 
Penn State 

North Carolina State 

Syracuse 

Wake Forest 

Duke 

North Carolina 

Villanova 

Richmond 

Virginia 



LOCATION 

Clemson, S.C. 
College Park, Md. 
University Park, Pa. 

Raleigh, N.C. 
College Park, Md. 
Winston-Salem, N.C. 
College Park, Md. 
College Park, Md. 

College Park, Md. 
Richmond, Va. 
College Park, Md. 



SERIES 
RECORD 



14-10- 1 
8- 6- 2 
1-21- 

14_15_ 4 
9-13- 1 

17- 7- 1 
6-14- 

17-22- 1 

5- 2- 
10- 5- 2 
24-15- 2 




#976 RESULTS 



DATE 


OPPONENT 


LOCATION 


SCORE 


ATT. 


Sept. 










11 


Richmond 


College Park, Md. 


31- 7 


41,088 


18 


West Virginia 


Morgantown, W. Va. 


24- 3 


35,107 


25 


Syracuse 


Syracuse, N.Y. 


42-28 


21,109 


Oct. 










2 


Villanova 


College Park, Md. 


20- 9 


38,131 


9 


N.C. State 


Raleigh, N.C. 


16- 6 


38,500 


16 


Wake Forest 


College Park, Md. 


17-15 


46,321 


23 


Duke 


Durham, N.C. 


30- 3 


20,200 


30 

Nov. 

6 


Kentucky 


College Park, Md. 


24-14 


43,013 


Cincinnati 


College Park, Md. 


21- 


45,315 


13 


Clemson 


College Park, Md. 


20- 


40,288 


20 


Virginia 


Charlottesville, Va. 


28- 


23,100 



FUTURE SCHEDULES 




1978 


Sept. 




9 


Tulane 


16 


at Louisville 


23 


at North Carolina 


30 


Kentucky 


Oct. 




7 


N.C. State 


14 


at Syracuse 


21 


Wake Forest 


28 


at Duke 


Nov. 




4 


at Penn State 


18 


Clemson 


25 


at Virginia 




1979 


Sept. 




8 


Villanova 


15 


at Clemson 


22 


Mississippi St. 


29 


at Kentucky 


Oct. 




6 


Penn State 


13 


at N.C. State 


20 


at Wake Forest 


27 


at Duke 


Nov. 




3 


North Carolina 


17 


Louisville 


24 


Virginia 




1980 


Sept. 




13 


Vanderbilt 


20 


at West Virginia 


27 


at North Carolina 


Oct. 




4 


Villanova 


11 


Penn State 


18 


Wake Forest 


25 


at Duke 


Nov. 




1 


N.C. State 


8 


at Tulane 


15 


Clemson 


22 


at Virginia 



FACTS ABOUT MARYLAND 

LOCATION College Park, Maryland 20740 

ATHLETIC DEPT Cole Field House 

(Mailing Address) P. O. Box 295 

Telephone (301) 454-4705 

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: (Fall 1976) 

13,181 undergraduate men — full time 
11,424 undergraduate women — full time 
2,243 undergraduate men — part time 
2,264 undergraduate women — part time 
7,649 graduate students 
36,761 total students on College Park Campus 

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR James H. "Jim" Kehoe 

ASSOCIATE AD Alfred Hanlon 

FACULTY CHAIRMAN Dr. Charles Taff 

CONFERENCE Atlantic Coast 

FOOTBALL STADIUM Byrd (45,000) 

NICKNAME Terrapins (Terps) 

COLORS Red and White, Black and Gold 

(The colors of the State Flag) 

GAME UNIFORMS Red and White 

TEAM PHYSICIAN Dr. Stanford A. Lavine 

TRAINER William "Spider" Fry 

ASSISTANT TRAINERS John J. Bush 

Jim Weir 







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 


Jan. 


1, 


1977 Cotton - 


- Maryland 21 Houston 30 



THE FOOTBALL STAFF 

HEAD COACH Jerry Claiborne 

(864-4384) 

ASSISTANT COACHES 

(454-2125 or 454-2128) 

LINEBACKERS John Devlin 

QUARTERBACKS Jerry Eisaman 

DEFENSIVE GUARDS George Foussekis 

OFFENSIVE SETBACKS Thomas Groom 

OFFENSIVE LINE John "Jake" Hallum 

RECEIVERS Morgan Hout 

JUNIOR VARSITY Dick Redding 

DEFENSIVE TACKLES Gib Romaine 

DEFENSIVE ENDS Rod Sharpless 

DEFENSIVE SECONDARY Terry Strock 

SECRETARIES 
Ellie Peddicord 
Linda Kubany 

TERP NOTES 

OFFENSIVE FORMATION Multiple EYE 

DEFENSIVE FORMATION Wide Tackle Six 

LETTERMEN RETURNING 36 

LETTERMEN LOST 14 

The Lettermen and Letters Earned ( ) 
OFFENSE (16) 



SE 

QT 

QG 

C 

SG 

TE 

QB 
WB 
FB 
TB 



.Vince Kinney (2) 
.Kervin Wyatt (2) 
.Paul Glamp (1) 
. Mike Simon (1) 

Mike Yeates (2) 
. Eric Sievers ( 1 ) Scott Murphy ( 1 ) 

Mark Manges (3) Larry Dick (1) 
.Chuck White (2) Dean Richards (2) 
.Steve Koziol (1) Mickey Dudish (1) 
.Steve Atkins (2) Alvin Maddox (1) 

George Scott (1) 



DEFENSE (19) 



LE 

LT 

LG 

RG 

RT 

RE 

LLB 

RLB 

LHB 

RHB 

SF 



.Keith Calta (1) Jim Shaffer (1) 
.Ernie Salley (3) 

.Larry Seder (2) Bruce Palmer (1) 
.Ted Klaube (2) 

. Charlie Johnson ( 1 ) Ken Watson ( 1 ) 
.Chip Garber (2) Joe Muffler (1) 
.Neal Olkewicz (1) John Douglas (1) 
Brad Carr (3) Bill Fotta (1) 
. Lloyd Burruss ( 1 ) 
.Doug Harbert (2) Chris Ward (1) 
. Jonathan Claiborne (2) John Stanford (2) 



KICKING SPECIALIST 
PK-P .... Mike Sochko (2) 



A f hie fie Department 
Staff 

Mailing Address: Box 295 

College Park. Maryland 
20740 

Telephone: 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 

Gothard Lane 454-4067 

Faculty Chairman — Dr. Charles A. Taff 454-2403 

Ticket Manager — Bill Reading 454-2122 

Educational Foundation — Col. Tom Fields 454-4562 

M Club — Al Heagy 454-5158 

r irector of Golf Course — Frank Cronin 454-2131 

SzvA Director — John Wakefield 454-2501 

COACHES— MEN 

Baseball — Jack Jackson 454-4041 

Basketball — Lefty Driesell . . .454-2126 

Cross Country — Stan Pitts 454-4816 

Fencing — Mike Dowhower 454-3286 

Football — Jerry Claiborne 454-2125 

Golf — Randy Hoffman 454-2131 

Lacrosse — Bud Beardmore 454-4328 

Soccer — Jim Dietsch 454-5212 

Swimming — Charles Hoffman 454-2756 

Tennis — Dovle Royal 454-4136 

Track — Frank Costello 454-4816 

Wrestling — Sully Krouse 454-2652 

Wrestling Associate — John McHugh 454-2652 

COACHES— WOMEN 

Basketball — Christine J. Weller . . . . 454-5854 

Field Hockey — Suzanne J. Tyler 454-2625 

Gymnastics — Kathy Slaughter 454-5970 

Lacrosse — Suzanne J. Tyler . . 454-2625 

Swimming — Lisa M. Papa ... 454-5939 

Tennis — Jack Schore 454-5854 

Track — Linda L. Balog 454-2625 

Volleyball — Barbara A. Drum .454-2625 

STAFF 

Trainer — William Fry 454-4819 

Assistant Trainers: Jim Weir . 454-2758 

John J. Bush 454-4819 

Sandra Worth 454-5854 

Equipment Manager — Ron Fulton 454-4817 

Jack Gable 454-4817 

Mike Clark 454-2127 

Stadium and Grounds — Lindy Kehoe 454-2822 

Bud Apple 454-2825 

SPORTS INFORMATION OFFICE 

Director — Jack Zane 864-4076 

.Assistant — Jim Husbands 454-5173 

Assistant — Joe F. Blair 454-2123 

Secretary — Therese Ryan 454-2123 



TERRAPIN HEADQUARTERS 
on the road 

CLEMSON 
Holiday Inn 

(803) 654-4450 

PENN STATE 

Holiday Inn 

(814) 238-3001 

N.C. STATE 

Governors Inn 

(919) 549-8631 

WAKE FOREST 
Sheraton Motor Inn 
380 Knollwood St. 

(919) 765-4321 

RICHMOND 

Hyatt House 

W. Broad St. at 1-64 

(804) 285-8666 



•-• 



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Oct. 



Nov. 



8 
22 
29 

5 
19 



SPECIAL DAYS 

Byrd Stadium 

Syracuse (Band Day) 
Duke (Homecoming) 
North Carolina (Parents' Day) 

Villanova (Kids Day) 
Virginia (Lettermen's Day) 



DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS 




JAMES H. "JIM" KEHOi 



When Jim Kehoe assumed the duties as Director of 
Athletics in 1969 he took over a program that was strug- 
gling 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 na- 
tionally acclaimed. 

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 approached the job with the same fervor and 
determination he had devoted to his duties as a teacher 
and coach for 24 years. The combined record of basket- 
ball, football and lacrosse in 1968-69, the year prior to 
Kehoe's taking over, was 17-30. The past four years the 
same three teams recorded a cumulative 161-42-1. The 
football team has visited bowls in four consecutive years, 
the lacrosse team has been in the NCAA Championship 
Tournament all seven years the tournament has been 
held, winning a pair of national championships and 
finishing second three times and the basketball team has 
averaged 23 wins a season for the past six years. Kehoe 
hired all three coaches, Jerry Claiborne, "Lefty" Driesell 
and Bud Beardmore. 

Since Kehoe took over he has added Fencing as one 
of the ACC sports for Men and assumed the responsibili- 
ties for eight Women's sports instituting a scholarship 
program for women equivalent to that of the men's non- 
revenue programs. He was one of the first Athletic Di- 
rectors to assume any financial responsibilities for the 
Women's programs and now has a total commitment to 
making the Maryland Women's program one of the best 
in the nation. 



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 he 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. 

Kehoe was also one of the first to recognize the need 
for a merchandising plan, to build a radio network, 
create community interest, obtain advertising revenue 
and take advantage of the advertising possibilities at a 
minimum cost. He created the position of Promotions 
Director and hired another former Maryland product 
Russ Potts to head the promotional program. 

The Terps have improved every area of the athletic 
department. Facilities now include an artificial turf 
practice field, a new soccer field, improvements in Byrd 
Stadium and Cole Field House, a modern football facility 
and one of the finest indoor tracks in the nation. 

The Terps annually host a National Invitational In- 
door Track meet, have hosted the USA-Russian Track 
and Field Meet, numerous ACC Championships, NCAA 
Basketball Regionals and Finals, NCAA Wrestling Cham- 
pionships and other National and International events. 

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 and two mile runs. 

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

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

During World War II he served as an officer with the 
81st Infantry Division in the Pacific, rising from the rank 
of Private to Lt. Colonel upon retirement. He participated 
in the Philippine Islands and Central Pacific Campaigns 
and was awarded the Bronze Star, American Service 
Medal, Asiatic Pacific Medal, Victory Medal and Philip- 
pine 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. All four are Maryland alumni. 



JJEGW CUMMIN 

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Coach Jerry Claiborne will open the 1977 football 
season at Clemson on September 10 with a completely 
different outlook than that of September 9, 1972 when 
he opened his first season at Maryland against the North 
Carolina State Wolfpack in Raleigh. 

The Terrapins visit Clemson with a record 20 game 
winning streak in Atlantic Coast Conference competition 
and 36 lettermen, including 12 who started in the 1977 
Cotton Bowl game, and four who have earned All-ACC 

honors. 

The 36 lettermen contributed greatly to a league 
record-equaling four consectuive bowl trips, three con- 
secutive ACC Team Championships, three ACC "Coach 
of the Year" awards for Claiborne in the last four years, 
three District III "Coach of the Year" awards and The 
Sporting News National "Coach of the Year" in 1974. 

Also the 1976 team was the first Maryland team to ever 
win 1 1 games in a season, led the ACC in defense for 
the fifth consecutive year, led the ACC in seven of the 
eight major statistical categories, ranked second in the 
nation in total defense, third in scoring defense and sixth 
in rushing defense. The team also ranked fifth in the 
nation in kickoff returns with a 22.3 yard average per 
return. 

The team also ended the 1976 regular season with 
three consecutive shutouts, did not give up a touchdown 
on the ground in the last 22 quarters of the season, and 
was not scored on in the third quarter all season. 

In contrast when Claiborne arrived at Maryland the 
Terps had a nine year record of 25-66 with a 20-36 
league record during the same period. The nine years 
included a 0-9 season and the best was a 5-5 in 1964. 
The team also ranked last in the ACC in total defense. 

Since joining the Terps Claiborne has been named 
to the coaching staff of the East-West Shrine game 
(twice), the Coaches Ail-American game, the Hula Bowl 
and as the Head Coach of the Japan Bowl in 1977. He 
has conducted Clinics in Europe (Ramstein, Germany 
and Alconbury, England) for the USAF, participated in 
the NCAA College Football Press Day (San Francisco), 




and the 1977 NCAA College Football '77 preview in 
Kansas City. 

Individual recognition had eluded the Terps for many 
years prior to Claiborne's arrival. The last Maryland 
Ail-American had been Gary Collins as a first team selec- 
tion in 1961. Claiborne has developed Paul Vellano, 
Randy White, Joe Campbell and Steve Mike-Mayer as 
first team Ail-American selections with Louis Carter, Ed 
Fulton and Mark Manges as second team selections. 

Randy White, the league's "Player of the Year" in 
1974 also won the Outland Trophy, the Lombardi 
Trophy and UPI Lineman of the Year honors along with 
many others. 

Prior to Claiborne the Terps had five All-ACC players 
in seven years and since then have had 26 named to the 
all-league team in just five years including seven on the 
1976 team. 

In addition his players have captured the league's 
Brian Piccolo award twice and the league's initial Jim 
Tatum award. 

Claiborne's ability to motivate and develop football 
players is not only proven by the won-lost record and 



all star honors but is recognized by the professional 
scouts as well. In 1976 there were 13 Terrapins on NFL 
rosters and nine of the 13 were coached by Claiborne. 
In comparison no other ACC team had more than six. 
Eight members of the 1977 Cotton Bowl team have also 
signed with NFL teams. 

The Terps have also developed 14 All-ACC Academic 
team members and a first team Academic All-American 
in Kim Hoover in 1975. 

In his five years the Terrapins have literally dominated 
the ACC with a 24-3-1 league record after winning the 
last 20. Claiborne had a 24-24 tie with N.C. State in his 
league debut in 1972, lost a 20-14 decision to Duke and 
31-26 to North Carolina the same year and then in 1973 
dropped a two point, 24-22 decision to N.C. State. His 
24 wins in five years include nine shutouts. In five league 
games in 1976 the Terps outscored the opponents 111 
to 24 and over five years 806 to 286. 

In five years at College Park Claiborne has had the 
Terps nationally ranked the last four years with a five 
year record of 41-16-2 although it took four different 
coaches 12 years to win 44 games prior to his arrival. 

Claiborne is a strong advocate of recognition for his 
athletes. He is active in voting in the coaches poll each 
week, coaching in and contributing to the All-Star games, 
makes his contributions to the All-American teams and 
is extremely cooperative with the media concerning inter- 
views for his athletes. 





As an athlete Claiborne earned considerable recogni- 
tion himself. He was named the outstanding senior on 
the University of Kentucky's 1949 team that went on to 
the Orange Bowl, while playing as a defensive back for 
Paul Bryant. During his senior year the defensive sec- 
ondary at Kentucky 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 selected the "Outstanding Senior" 
in the College of Education and graduated from Ken- 
tucky 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. 

During his athletic career the most popular dress of 
youngsters in Hopkinsville, Kentucky was a football 
jersey with Claiborne's 88 on it. Many youngsters even 
painted the number on their TEE shirts when the jerseys 
were not available. 

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 returned to the Liberty Bowl with the Gobblers. 

In 15 years as a head coach he has won 65 percent 
of his games ranking among the Winningest Active Major- 
College Coaches in the nation. 

He 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 and starter on the Maryland football team and 
was an All-Atlantic Coast Conference All-Academic selec- 
tion this past season. 

Claiborne was born on August 26, 1928. 

CLAIBORNE'S BOWL RECORD 



JERRY CLAIBORNE'S RECORD 
VIRGINIA TECH 



VPI 


1966 


Liberty Bowl 


7 


Miami 


14 


VPI 


1968 


Liberty Bowl 


17 


Mississippi 


34 


MD. 


1973 


Peach Bowl 


16 


Georgia 


17 


MD. 


1974 


Liberty Bowl 


3 


Tennessee 


7 


MD. 


1975 


Gator Bowl 


13 


Florida 





MD. 


1977 


Cotton Bowl 


21 


Houston 


30 




1961 


4 


5 







1962 


5 


5 







1963 


8 


2 





S.C. Coach of Year 


1964 


6 


4 







1965 


7 


3 







1966 


8 


2 


1 


District III & S.C. C 


1967 


7 


3 







1968 


7 


4 







1969 


4 


5 


1 




1970 


5 


6 








TOTAL 61 39 2 (10) years 



MARYLAND 



1972 5 

1973 8 

1974 8 

1975 9 

1976 1 1 
TOTAL 41 



5 
4 
4 
2 
1 
16 



District III & ACC Coach of Year 
TSN National Coach of Year 
District HI & ACC Coach of Year 
District III & ACC Coach of Year 
(5 years) 

OVERALL RECORD: 102 55 4 (15 years) 



JERRY CLAIBORNE 
IN THE ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE 



1972 Mary 


and 24 


N.C. State 


24 




26 


North Carolina 


31 




23 


Wake Forest 







14 


Duke 


20 




24 


Virginia 


23 




31 


Clemson 


6 


1973 


23 


North Carolina 


3 




22 


N.C. State 


24 




37 


Wake Forest 







30 


Duke 


10 




33 


Virginia 







28 


Clemson 


13 


1974 


24 


North Carolina 


12 




31 


Clemson 







47 


Wake Forest 







20 


N.C. State 


10 




56 


Duke 


13 




10 


Virginia 





1975 


34 


North Carolina 


7 




37 


N.C. State 


22 




27 


Wake Forest 







22 


Clemson 


20 




62 


Virginia 


24 


1976 


16 


N.C. State 


6 




17 


Wake Forest 


15 




30 


Duke 


3 




20 


Clemson 







28 


Virginia 







806 


TOTAL PTS 


286 



1-0-1 
0-1-1 

1-1-1 

1-2-1 
2-2-1 
3-2-1 



4-2-1 
4-3-1 
5-3-1 
6-3-1 
7-3-1 
8-3-1 

9-3-1 
10-3-1 
11-3-1 
12-3-1 
13-3-1 
14-3-1 

15-3-1 
16-3-1 
17-3-1 
18-3-1 
19-3-1 

20-3-1 
21-3-1 
22-3-1 
23-3-1 
24-3-1 



1st shutout 



2nd shutout 
3rd shutout 



4th shutout 
5th shutout 



6th shutout 



7th shutout 



8th shutout 
9th shutout 



ASSiSTANT COACHES 




THE MARYLAND STAFF (from left): 1st row — Jerry Claiborne, Terry Strock, Jerry Eisaman, Dick Redding; 
2nd row — John Devlin, Gib Romaine; back — Tom Groom, Jake Hallum, Morgan Hout, Rod Sharpless, 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 espe- 
cially important to this defensive alignment and Devlin 
has a pre-season Ail-American back for 1977 in Brad 
Carr the leading tackier on the Cotton Bowl team with 
157. Kevin Benson led the 1975 Gator Bowl team in 
tackles with 149 and Harry Walters holds the Maryland 
record with 173 on the 1974 Liberty Bowl team. All 
three achieved All-ACC honors and Honorable Mention 
Ail-American Honors with Carr picking up 106 of a 
possible 110 votes in the balloting for the all-league 
team last fall. Walters is now an established star in the 
CFL. 

Devlin joined the Terps in 1973, replacing Bobby Ross 
who assumed the head coaching duties at The Citadel. 
He is quite familiar with the Terrapins' defensive align- 
ment, having served with Coach Claiborne at Virginia 
Tech from 1966 through 1970 in the same capacity. 

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

The native of Norristown, Pennsylvania began his 
football career at St. Matthews High in nearby Con- 



shohocken 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. 

Devlin is seldom seen on a Saturday afternoon except 
when rushing to the locker room at halftime. He spends 
the game in the press box calling the defensive signals 
for the team that ranked as the Nation's second best in 
total defense in 1976. 



Jerry Eisaman (Kentucky '60) 
Quarterbacks 

Coach Eisaman is once again in a position that every 
quarterback coach in the nation would like to be in. He 



has two of the best quarterbacks in the country on the 
team. Mark Manges is considered a top candidate for 
the Heisman Award and Larry Dick took the Terps to the 
1975 Gator Bowl after Manges was injured at Tennessee. 
Manges threw 11 touchdown passes last fall then added 
another on January 1 in the Cotton Bowl. In 1975 
Manges and Dick combined for 12 touchdown tosses and 
Dick added the extra one in the Gator Bowl. In addi- 
tion to their passing exploits, topped only by Bob Avellini 
also an Eisaman product now with the Bears, both are 
capable runners and Manges recorded the highest total 
ever for a Maryland quarterback with his 448 yards 
rushing last fall. 

Over the last three years the Maryland offense aver- 
aged 407.6 yards a game in 1974, 375.2 in 1975 and 
372.6 in 1976. 

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 Cincin- 
nati for three years before rejoining Claiborne at Mary- 
land. 

Eisaman also spends his afternoons in the press box 
calling the offensive plays for the Terp quarterbacks. 
Coach Eisaman is a 40 year old bachelor. 




George Foussekis (Virginia Tech '68) 
Defensive Guards 

Coach Foussekis achieved Ail-American recognition for 
three years while playing for Coach Claiborne at Vir- 
ginia Tech and has developed an All-American at Mary- 
land in Paul Vellano, a first team selection by the Ameri- 
can 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 developed an all-league guard in four 
of the five seasons he has been at Maryland. Last fall 



he opened the season with Ernie Salley and Ted Klaube 
at guard but after both suffered injuries' he developed 
Larry Seder into the All-ACC guard, following Paul 
Divito. a 1975 choice. 

Coach Foussekis has been especially effective recruiting 
in his native state of Virginia. His recruits have included 
Walter White the tight end from Charlottesville, now 
with Kansas City in the NFL, and Ralph Fisher of Rad- 
ford now with Buffalo in the NFL. He also recruited 
Steve Atkins and Alvin "Preacher" Maddox, two outstand- 
ing tailbacks, and Bruce Palmer, one of his guards. 

Dave Visaggio, one of his guards, won the ACC's Brian 
Piccolo Award in '74 and Ernie Salley earned three letters 
as a guard before moving to tackle this fall. His guards 
have recorded 14 quarterback sacks in each of the last 
two seasons and have been very effective against the run- 
ning game, as the Terps did not give up a touchdown 
on the ground in the last 22 quarters of the 1976 season. 

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. 

Coach Foussekis is a graduate of Lane High in Char- 
lottesville, Virginia where he captained the football, bas- 
ketball 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 31 year old bachelor was born on April 28, 1946. 



Thomas Groom (Virginia Tech '67) 
Offensive Setbacks 

Coach Groom saw four of his backs contribute eight 
100 plus yard games last fall and Steve Atkins contrib- 
uted the school record of 215 yards against Syracuse 
on 29 carries. Three backs contributed over 600 yards 
each despite injuries to two of the three. Alvin Maddox 
rushed for 678 yards, Atkins 621 and Tim Wilson 610 
while Freshman George Scott recorded 369 yards. The 
setbacks scored 21 touchdowns rushing. 

In Louis Carter, now with Tampa in the NFL, Coach 
Groom produced 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. Tim Wilson the only back missing 
from the 1976 backfield, has joined Houston in the NFL. 

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

Following graduation from Tech he remained as a 
graduate assistant until entering the Army as a Commis- 
sioned 2nd Lt. He served as an assistant coach at the 
USMA Prep School at 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 to Mary- 
land with Coach Claiborne. 

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 saw five members of his 1976 offensive 
line, that led the Terps to the Cotton Bowl, depart and 
four of the five have joined NFL teams. Ed Fulton, Tom 
Schick and Dave Conrad were drafted while Bob Raba 
signed with the Jets as a free agent. Mike Yeates, the 
strongside guard, is the only starter returning for 1977. 
Conrad was twice name the ACC offensive player of the 
week last fall and Center Gene Ochap also earned 
the honor. Fulton, a Football News Ail-American played 
in the Hula Bowl and also the Japan Bowl in Tokyo. 
Fulton and Schick were both all-league selections and 
Ochap and Raba were on the All-ACC Academic team. 

Hallum had Marion Koprowski as an All-Conference 
tackle in 1975 and Stan Rogers the all-league tackle in 
1974. 

The Terps are depending on Coach Hallum to put 
together another fine line in 1977. Several of the top 
candidates missed the 1977 spring practice with injuries. 

Coach Hallum played four years of collegiate football 
at Newberry, receiving his B.S. degree in 1960. He re- 
ceived his Master's from Murray State in 1965. He began 
his coaching career at Pickens High in South Carolina as 
assistant coach in football and basketball and head base- 
ball 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 Uni- 
versity 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. 

Coach Hallum was born in Liberty, South Carolina 
on November 2, 1938. His wife Mable is a native of 
Greenwood, South Carolina. They have two sons, Tod 
Jacob and Bart Jeffrey. 



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 concentrated on the use 
of film for scouting before the new rules prohibiting 
scouting in person so the adjustment was minor. 

He also works with the placekickers and has worked 
with a couple of the best in Steve Mike-Mayer, now with 
the 49ers and Mike Sochko. He is now working with 
Ed Loncar also. 

Each year several of the players that begin fall practice 
with Coach Redding move up to the varsity and this in- 
cludes the freshmen. Seven freshmen played on the '73 
Peach Bowl team, six on the '74 Liberty Bowl team, 11 
on the '75 Gator Bowl and nine made the trip to the 
Cotton Bowl last January. 



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

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

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

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



Gib Romaine (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. 
After having White as a two year Ail-American he came 




up with another in 1976 in Joe Campbell, a Wilmington, 
Delaware native as was White. Campbell was a con- 
sensus All-American and also a first round draft choice 
of the New Orleans Saints. Ralph Fisher, the other tackle 
in '77, has signed with Buffalo. 

Now he has another of the most talented players on the 
defensive line as Ernie Salley a three year letterman at 
guard has moved to tackle for 1977. 

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



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staff. He had joined the Kansas State staff 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. 

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. 

The 33 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 con- 
centrating 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. 




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. 

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

He is a native of Hagerstown, Maryland and 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. 



Morgan Hout (Temple '71) 
Offensive Receivers 

Coach Hout will take over the coaching of the receivers 
in 1977 and he has an exceptional group to work with, 
as the top three receivers from the Cotton Bowl return. 
Vince Kinney, Chuck White and Dean Richards account- 
ed for 59 catches and nine touchdowns in 1976. With 
the new rule on downfield blocking on passes thrown at 
or behind the line of scrimmage the receivers are certain 
to see even more work in the coming season. 

Coach Hout came to Maryland as a graduate assistant 
in the Spring of 1974 after having served as a head coach 
in the high school ranks in the Carolinas for three and 
a half years. 

He started the football program at Harbor Christian 
School in Columbia, South Carolina as Coach and Ath- 
letic Director in 1971 and in his second year had a 6-4 
record while also coaching basketball and baseball. 

In 1973 he moved to Northside Christian School in 
Charlotte as Head Football and Basketball Coach and 
recorded a 10-2 football record. Working with the 
Junior varsity at Maryland he has coached the defensive 
backs, defensive ends and linebackers and handled the 
Scout team when they worked with the varsity. 

Coach Hout is a native of Marietta, Georgia where he 
lettered in football, track and baseball, earning All-State 
honors in football. The 30 year old coach is married 
and he and his wife Brenda have no children. 



Terry Strock (Virginia Tech '62) 
Defensive Secondary 

In each of the five years Coach Strock has handled 
the Maryland defensive secondary he has produced an 
All-ACC selection. Bob Smith was the all-league safety 
for three consecutive years, Jim Brechbiel, an all-league 
halfback in 1975 and Ken Roy, the All-ACC halfback 
last fall. In the last three years he lost Smith to the Colts, 
Ken Schroy to the Eagles, Pat Ulam to the WFL, Jim 
Brechbiel to Canada and Roy to New Orleans. Smith 
later returned to Maryland for Graduate School and a 
teaching assignment. 

However, Strock appears to be pretty well set in the 
secondary for 1977 with Jonathan Claiborne and John 
Stanford both back at safety, Doug Harbert returning at 
halfback and Lloyd Burruss moving into Roy's position 
after a fine freshman year that saw him take over as a 
starter after Harbert suffered a knee injury. 

The Terps were the nation's third ranked team against 
scoring last fall giving up only 7.7 points a game, as only 
11 opponents crossed the goal line in 11 regular season 
games. 

Coach 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. 



Rod Sharpless (Maryland '75) 
Defensive Ends 

Coach Sharpless joined Jerry Claiborne's staff this fall 
and will have an expectionally fine group of defensive 
ends to work with. Chip Garber and Keith Calta both 
return as starters although Calta missed five games last 
fall with a knee injury. With Jim Shaffer returning after 
a fine freshman year and Joe Muffler also a returning 
letterman Coach Claiborne was able to move John 
Douglas from end to linebacker. 

Sharpless played defensive end for Coach Claiborne in 
the wide tackle six and the native of Jacksonville, North 
Carolina is quite familiar with the defense. Had 11 
tackles in the backfield for the 1974 Liberty Bowl team 
and only Randy White had more. He set opponents back 
56 yards with his tackles including four quarterback 
sacks. 

Since graduation he taught Physical Education, Recrea- 
tion and Health at Winningboro High in New Jersey and 
also served as a Assistant Football Coach. As the Track 
Coach he led Willingboro to the Group IV Sectional 
Championship, the South Jersey Championship and run- 
ner-up for the State title. 

Coach Sharpless was born on November 6, 1949 in 
Jacksonville, North Carolina. 



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TERRAPIN MOTES 



100 PLUS GAMES RUSHING — Steve Atkins had his 
first 100 plus game rushing against Virginia as a freshman 
with 126 on 10 carries, added 127 on 20 carries against 
Florida in Gator Bowl, as a sophomore opened with 169 
against Richmond on 20 carries, 133 against West Vir- 
ginia on 23 carries, and 215 against Syracuse on 29 car- 
ries . . . Alvin Maddox took over for Atkins in N.C. State 
game and gained 138 on 21 carries with 120 in the sec- 
ond half, added 129 against Kentucky on 27 carries and 
132 against Clemson on 21 . . . George Scott picked up 
124 on 21 carries against Virginia. 



MARK MANGES TOUCHDOWN PASSES — threw 
four in first start as sophomore against Villanova with 
25 yard pass to Tim Wilson, 46 to Vince Kinney, 38 to 
John Schultz and 41 to Kinney ... as junior threw td 
passes in nine of the 12 games, as follows, 45 to Dean 
Richards and 31 to Chuck White against Richmond, 31 
to White against West Virginia, 29 to Kinney against 
Syracuse, 48 to White against Villanova, 47 to Wilson 
against Wake Forest, 21 to Kinney and 20 to Richards 
against Cincinnati, 33 to Kinney against Clemson, 3 and 
11 to Bob Raba against Duke and 11 to Eric Sievers in 
Cotton Bowl against Houston .,. 11 of his 16 touchdown 
passes were to receivers returning for the '77 season with 
five to Kinney, three to White, two to Richards and the 
Cotton Bowl toss to Sievers. 



PERFECT "D" IN THIRD — Claiborne's Wide Tackle 
Six Defense has not been scored on in the third quarter of 
13 consecutive games, including the Gator and Cotton 
Bowl games. Only three teams have scored in the third 
quarter in the last 29 games, and four in the last 34 
games. Virginia with seven points in the third quarter 
of a 62-24 game in 1975 was the last to score. The other 
two in '75 were Cincinnati with six points and Tennessee 



with seven. In '74 only Alabama with seven, Florida with 
10 and N.C. State with seven scored in the third quarter 
of 12 games — thus only six in the last 36 games. 



PERFECT "D" IN GAME — Claiborne's Wide Tackle 
Six Defense ranked third in the Nation in defense against 
scoring in '76 giving up 7.7 points a game. The Terps 
recorded three shutouts (final three games of season) 
and held West Virginia and Duke to field goals. In '75 
the Terps recorded three shutouts (including Florida in 
Gator Bowl) and in '74 shutout five opponents. Three 
opponents were shutout in '73 and two others held to 
single field goals. Maryland has recorded 15 shutouts 
in 59 games with Claiborne. 



THREE TOP RECEIVERS RETURN FOR '77 — 

Chuck White 23, Vince Kinney 21 and Dean Richards 
15, the three top receivers in '76 return for the 1977 
season. The three accounted for nine touchdown recep- 
tions and 790 yards. White caught a pass in 11 of the 
12 games with a high of four against Duke. Kinney 
caught five against Houston in the Cotton Bowl, not in- 
cluded in his totals, and four against Duke and Clemson. 



BRAD CARR TACKLES — The outstanding line- 
backer had at least 10 tackles in every game with a high 
of 24 against Richmond. He had 19 vs Syracuse and 
16 against Kentucky, Clemson, and N.C. State. He has 
made 248 tackles for Terps with 26 (including seven 
QB Sacks) stopping opponents for no gain or losses. It 
all resulted in his picking up 106 of a possible 110 votes 
for the All-ACC team last fall. In the Richmond game 
he was in for 57 plays and got to the ball carrier for 
the tackle on 24 of them. 





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TERP ATTENDANCE RANKED — Maryland ranked 
among the top 40 teams in the nation in Home Football 
attendance last fall. The Terps averaged 42,359 as four 
ACC teams averaged over 40.000. The ACC attracted 
1,340,096 fans in 37 home games as one of the country's 
seven one-million attendance conferences. The rankings 
included all of the nation's 637 four-year colleges play- 
ing football. The Terps averaged 45,657 in 1975 and 
37,999 in 1974 in a stadium with 35.000 permanent 
seats. Additional seats will give the Terps a 45,000 
capacity again in 1977. 



TERPS DOMINATE SECOND HALF — Maryland 
outscored opponents 136 to 32 in the second half of the 
12 games last year and 650 to 199 during the 48 games 
played in four consecutive bowl years. The four year 
comparison: 

OPPONENTS: 161 - 150 - 78 - 121 — 510 
MARYLAND: 251 - 356 - 321 - 329 — 1257 



Six freshmen went to the '74 Liberty Bowl and three, 
Quarterback Mark Manges, Linebacker Brad Carr and 
Defensive Tackle Ernie Salley are looking for their 
fourth letter as starters this fall. 

Eleven freshmen visited the 1975 Gator Bowl and four 
earned their letters with the opportunity to join the select 
group of four year lettermen. The group included Dean 
Richards, a starter for the Cotton Bowl team and tail- 
backs Steve Atkins and Alvin Maddox. Seven of the 11 
lettered on the Cotton Bowl team. 

Nine freshmen made the trip to the Cotton Bowl; one, 
Lloyd Burruss, started at defensive halfback and another, 
Tight End Eric Sievers, scored his first collegiate touch- 
down in the game. Four of the nine earned their letter 
last fall and have the opportunity to join the four-letter- 
man list. 

Thus 33 freshmen have participated in bowl games for 
Claiborne in the last four years and 16 have earned their 
varsity letters as freshmen. Fourteen of the probable 
starters this fall played in bowl games as freshmen. 



ACC WINNING STREAK — Maryland opens the 
1977 season with an ACC game at Clemson and the 
league's longest winning streak, a record 20 games. The 
Terps started the streak with a 37-0 shutout of Wake 
Forest in 1973. Claiborne's record against league com- 
petition is 24-3-1 since he joined the ACC in 1972 with 
a 24-24 tie at N.C. State. He has outscored league op- 
ponents 806-286 in the 28 games with nine shutouts. 



FRESHMEN PLAY FOR TERPS — Jerry Claiborne 
took seven freshmen to the 1973 Peach Bowl and all 
seven started for the 1976 Cotton Bowl team. One of 
the seven was a consensus All-American in Joe Campbell, 
three were All-ACC in Campbell, Ed Fulton and Ken 
Roy and those three along with Bob Raba and Ralph 
Fisher have signed with NFL teams. Five of the seven 
lettered on the Peach Bowl team and went on to earn 
four letters on four bowl teams for the Terps. One, 
Ted Klaube, did not play in '74 but started for the 
Gator and Cotton Bowl teams. 



INTERCEPTIONS STOP OPPONENTS — The Ter- 
rapin defense came up with at least one interception in 
10 of the 11 games last fall. The Terps stopped Duke 
four times and Syracuse three times with interceptions 
and came up with a touchdown against Syracuse on 
John Stanford's 24 yard return. Only Villanova escaped 
without a pass intercepted and the Wildcats threw only 
three passes in a driving rain. 



TERPS LEAD ACC STATISTICS — Maryland led 
the ACC in seven of the eight major statistical categories 
in 1976. the first team to ever lead seven. The Terps 
led in Total Offense with 372 yards a game and Total 
Defense giving up 211 yards a game. Maryland rushed 
for 261.3 yards a game and gave up only 116.7. The 
pass offense accounted for 110.7 yards a game, three less 
than the leader Virginia, and gave up only 94.3. The 
Terps however had four more touchdown passes than 
anyone else, the best completion percentage. The Mary- 
land team led in scoring with 24.8 points a game and 
gave up only 7.7 a game with 114 less points scored 



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on them than anyone else in the league. Maryland has 
led the ACC in defense in all five of Claiborne's years 
at Maryland despite being ranked last the year prior 
to his arrival. 



NATIONALLY RANKED DEFENSE — Claiborne's 
wide tackle six defense gave up only 85 points in 11 
games to rank third in the NCAA Scoring Defense. Rut- 
gers and Michigan tied for first with 81 points given up. 
The Terps trailed only Rutgers in Total Defense with 
their 211.0 yards a game and ranked sixth in Rushing 
Defense with 116.7 yards a game. The Terps were also 
fifth in Kick Off Return average with 22.3 yard average 
on 17 returns, a category they led in 1975. The scoring 
defense and rushing defense were both aided by the fact 
that the Terps did not give up a touchdown on the 
ground in the last 22 quarters of the regular season. 



FIESTA BOWL ALL-AMERICAN — Quarterback 
Mark Manges was one of the 12 Outstanding Athletes 
from all sports participating in the Fiesta Bowl Spring 
Banquet and the NCAA-Fiesta Bowl Drug Education 
program. The athletes participated in anti-drug television 
spots produced for the coming season. Maryland's John 
Lucas participated in the program two years ago. 



ACC HONOR ROLL STUDENTS — Ten Maryland 
football players were on the ACC Honor Roll list this 
past year. Jonathan Claiborne, starting defensive safety 
and the son of the Head Coach, led the list with a per- 
fect 4.0 as a major in Accounting and Business Manage- 
ment. The others included Joe Muffler, a defensive end 
with a 3.7 in General Studies and Chris Ward with a 3.5 
in Business Management. Linebackers Mike Miller and 
Bill Fotta, Offensive Center Gene Ochap, Safety John 
Stanford, Defensive Tackle Ken Watson, Offensive Line- 
man Phil Livingston and Freshman Defensive Back Ralph 



Lary III were also on the list. Claiborne, Muffler, Ochap, 
Ward and Watson were also on the list in 1975. 



CLAIBORNE LEADS ACC COACHES — Claiborne 
leads the seven ACC Coaches in winning percentage both 
during his time in the league and his overall Head 
Coaching career. His 102-55-4 and .646 percentage leads 
Bill Dooley of North Carolina with 61-50-1 and .549 by 
a substantial margin. During his five years in the league 
Claiborne has recorded a 41-16-2 record for a .712 per- 
centage. Of the 37 Head Football Coaches serving in the 
ACC only Lou Holtz in four years at North Carolina 
State ever recorded a better percentage with his .719 
on a 33-12-3 record. The late Jim Tatum, former Mary- 
land and North Carolina Coach, ranks behind Claiborne 
with a .667 percentage and 41-19-2 record in six years 
in the league. Bill Murray of Duke ranks fourth at .632 
over 13 years and Frank Howard of Clemson fifth with 
.560 and 17 years in the league. Bill Dooley's .549 in 
10 years is sixth. (Compiled by Dick Barkley, Informa- 
tion Director of Grandfather Golf & Country Club) 



FOUR YEAR LETTERMEN — Kevin Benson, a four 
year starter at linebacker, and LeRoy Hughes, a tailback 
and defensive end were the first four lettermen for the 
Terps as they earned their freshman letter on Claiborne's 
first team at Maryland in 1972. In 1976 five more Clai- 
borne recruits joined the four-letterman list. They were 
Joe Campbell and Ralph Fisher, defensive tackles; Of- 
fensive Guard Ed Fulton, Tight End Bob Raba, and 
Defensive Back Kenny Roy. Three more, in Quarterback 
Mark Manges, Linebacker Brad Carr and Defensive 
Tackle Ernie Salley are eligible to join the select group 
in 1977. Since the Freshman Eligible rule went into 
effect there have been 19 freshmen earn their varsity 
letters playing for Jerry Claiborne. In all 40 freshmen 
have suited up with the varsity since the new rule and 
33 of them have participated on bowl teams in the last 
four years. 





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yard run against the Wolfpack, but carried the ball only 
twice after that as his season ended. 



TERPS 



STEVE ATKINS (38) — Junior 

6-0, 225 (6/22/56) Spotsylvania, Virginia 

Atkins established himself as one of the top running 
backs in the nation in the first four games of his sopho- 
more season but then suffered a knee injury in the fifth 
game against N. C. State and missed the rest of the 
season ... In just four games plus seven carries against 
State he gained 621 yards, scored five touchdowns, had 
a 5.8 yard average per carry and averaged 124 yards a 
game ... In his opening game he picked up 169 yards 
against Richmond, followed with 133 against West Vir- 
ginia, and then set a school record with 215 against Syra- 
cuse ... He picked up 89 in the rain against Villanova 
and then was limited to 15 yards against the Wolfpack 
with his injury coming in the first half as he scored once 
... he had a fine spring practice running as fast as 
ever . . . has the strength bench pressing over 315 pounds 
... he gained 491 yards rushing as a freshman and now 
has 1,112 yards for his career ... he played in only 
seven regular season games as a freshman missing four 
games but returned to gain the offensive player of the 
game honors in the Gator Bowl ... in final game of sea- 
son as a freshman he gained 126 yards on only 10 carries, 
then added 127 on 20 carries against Florida in Gator 
Bowl and with the first three games of his sophomore 
year put together a string of five games with 126 yards 
or better . . . scored seven touchdowns as a freshman 
with the longest a 60 yard run against Virginia then 
added five last fall with the longest 76 yards against 
Syracuse ... he had a 59 yard non-scoring kickoff return 
against Villanova last fall ... as a freshman averaged 
5.6 yards on 87 carries and then 5.8 on 108 carries as 
sophomore . . . played for Ken Brown at Spotsylvania 
High where he was all-state and recruited by everyone 
. . . ACC Rookie of Week in Virginia game as a freshman 
and the league's offensive back of the week for his per- 
formance against West Virginia last fall . . . his first 
collegiate touchdown was a 13 yard run against North 
Carolina ... he followed with scores of one yard against 
Syracuse and N. C. State, a five yarder against Penn State 
and a fourth and one plunge against Clemson . . . his 
two scores against Virginia were runs of five and 60 
yards ... he scored on a 15 yard run against West Vir- 
ginia last fall and then added three against Syracuse on 
runs of one, 11 and 76 yards ... he scored on a two 



JOHN BALDANTE — Sophomore 
6-0, 182 (2/1/58) Colonia, New Jersey 

Started as the right defensive halfback for the White 
team in the spring game while Doug Harbert was out 
with injury . . . quarterback at Colonia high and started 
as defensive halfback for junior varsity last spring with 
an interception against Milford Prep . . . strong tackier 
bench pressing over 300 pounds ... on Scholastic Coach 
All-American List in High. 

TIM BROWN — Sophomore 

6-0, 203 (1/1/57) Rome, New York 

Had 121 yards rushing on 12 carries in his first game 
with the junior varsity last fall scoring his first touch- 
down on a 51 yard run . . . came to Maryland from 
Rome Free Academy . . . has good speed and bench 
pressses over 300 pounds . . . sprinter on track team in 
high . . . has seven brothers and a sister . . . born in 
Syracuse. 

TOM BURGESS (87) — Sophomore 
6-5, 230 (9/15/56) Forestville, Maryland 

Freshman in '75 . . . did not play in '76 . . . played 
in his first varsity game as a freshman against Villanova 
in '75 . . . started for White team in spring game as a 
tight end . . . prep all-american as tight end and kicker 
for Frank Nietzey at Bishop McNamara . . . also cap- 
tained the basketball team in high . . . kicked a 37 yard 
field goal and extra point in 10-6 win in city champion- 
ship game against Anacostia in RFK Stadium . . . caught 
30 passes for 417 yards and punted for 45 yard average 
in senior year in high . . . scored one td and kicked 
three field goals . . . seven field goals in high included 
a 42 yarder . . . has good speed and bench presses over 
315 pounds . . . born in Washington, D.C. 



LLOYD BURRUSS (25) — Sophomore 
6-1, 193 (10/31/57) Charlottesville, Virginia 

Played in all 11 regular season games and started the 
Cotton Bowl game . . . took over in the Cincinnati game 
when Doug Harbert was injured . . . had his first inter- 
ception in the Virginia game playing in his hometown 
where he was a star athlete at Charlottesville high . . . 
one of the fastest players on the team and a strong 
tackier bench pressing over 300 pounds ... in on 27 
tackles as a freshman with one quarterback sack for a 
10 yard loss . . . will take over the defensive left halfback 
spot in the fall replacing Ken Roy the only member of 
the secondary missing from the Cotton Bowl team. 





STEVE ATKINS 



JOHN BALDANTE 






TOM BURGESS 



LLOYD BURRUSS 



KEITH CALTA (41) — Junior 

6-2, 215 (8/5/56) Williamsport, Pennsylvania 

Starting defensive left end in '76 but injured in the 
Wake Forest game with John Douglas taking over . . . 
returns in good health in '77 with Douglas moving to 
linebacker ... in wide tackle six has outside linebacker 
responsibilities ... in on 33 tackles in '76 in only six 
games with two quarterback sacks for minus 19 yards, 
blocked a pass and caused a fumble . . . strong, bench 
pressing over 380 pounds after increasing his bench press 
over 105 pounds since freshman year . . . freshman in '74 
and 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. 



MIKE CARNEY (93) — Sophomore 
6-2, 230 (10/8/57) Claymont, Delaware 

Defensive Right Tackle . . . came to Maryland from 
St. Mark's high where he was on the Scholastic Coach 
All-American list . . . played behind Charlie Johnson 
and Ken Watson both lettermen in spring . . . has good 
quickness and strength to be outstanding for Terps. 



BRAD CARR (46) — Senior 

6-1, 215 (2/4/56) York, Pennsylvania 

Pre-Season All-American selection as linebacker . . . 
one of the best ever coached by John Devlin and he has 
produced a half dozen that made the All-American lists 
. . . three year letterman and leading tackier on Cotton 
Bowl team . . . twice ACC defensive back of week last 
fall and picked up 106 of a possible 110 votes for the 
all-league team . . . honorable mention all-american as a 
junior . . . excluding three bowl games he has been in 
on 248 tackles with 13 for minus 55 yards, 13 for no 
gain, seven quarterback sacks, has caused four fumbles 
and recovered one and has a pair of pass interceptions 
. . . has excellent speed and bench presses over 325 
pounds . . . All-Big 33 while at William Penn high as 
a linebacker . . . started opening game as a sophomore 
against Villanova with 11 tackles, a quarterback sack 
for a 12 yard loss, and caused a fumble despite playing 
only three quarters of the game leaving early with most 
of the regulars . . . also played basketball in high serving 
as captain of both the football and basketball teams . . . 
excellent pianist and entertains the squad in the dorm 
. . . has performed several times for the television cameras 
and played for a live show on a local Dallas station while 
at the Cotton Bowl, with the live segment of the show 
originating from the Terrapins' Hotel . . . has the talent 
and confidence to excell at whatever he attemps . . . has 
excellent pursuit and the ability to find the football while 



fighting oft blockers 



born in Harrisburg, Pennsyl- 



GLENN CHAMBERLAIN (60) — Junior 

6-1, 230 (2/13/56) Pompton Plains, New Jersey 

Starting quickside guard in spring game and a top 
candidate for the role in the fall along with Paul Glamp 
. . . Freshman in '74 and did not play in '75 . . . was 
on the Cotton Bowl team last fall playing behind Ed 
Fulton and Glamp . . . has good speed and bench presses 
over 325 pounds . . . football, basketball and baseball 
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 champion- 
ship team for Fred Hill in high . . . brother Force was 
three letterman at Clemson . . . Chemistry major . . . 
born in Pompton Plains. 



STEVE CIANCIULLI (91) — Sophomore 
6-2, 232 (1/24/56) Staten Island, New York 

Defensive guard . . . has the benefit of three spring 
practices having enrolled as a freshman in the spring 
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-Ameri- 
can honors as a defensive tackle in high and captain of 
the '73 team . . . also MVP honors . . . bench presses 
over 385 pounds . . . born in Brooklyn, New York. 



JONATHAN CLAIBORNE (10) — Senior 
5-10, 170 (5/26/55) Hyattsville, Maryland 

Two year letterman and the starting defensive safety 
on the Cotton Bowl team . . . the coach's son, he came 
out for the football team on his own earning a scholar- 
ship the hard way . . . impressed as a freshman in '73 
with the junior varsity as in his first start at safety led 
the Terps to a 14-9 win over Virginia with two inter- 
ceptions, 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 baseball and basketball . . . 
defensive back and wide receiver in high . . . has worked 
hard improving his speed and is a sure tackier with the 
knack of finding the football . . . lettered as a sophomore 
in '75 and earned the starting role in '76 . . . excellent 
student with 4.0 (straight A's) for the 1976-77 school 
year as an Accounting and Pre-Law Major . . . On ACC 
honor roll the past two years and All-ACC Academic 
safety in 1976 ... in on 36 tackles as the deep safety 
in '76 . . . born in Bryan, Texas. 










KEITH CALTA 



BRAD CARR 



GLENN CHAMBERLAIN STEVE CIANCIULLI JONATHAN CLAIBORNE 



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CRAIG COLBURN — Sophomore 

6-0, 202 (4/20/57) New Carrollton, Maryland 

Fullback who joined the team as a walk-on . . . cap- 
tained the football team at Largo high where he lettered 
three years in football, track and wrestling . . . business 
administration major in field of transportation. 



SCOTT COLLINS — Sophomore 

6-3, 229 (3/11/57) Glen Burnie, Maryland 

Offensive Quick Tackle who joined the team as a walk- 
on .. . started the spring game at QT for the winning 
Red team . . . bench presses over 340 pounds. 

DON CONNELLY (35) — Sophomore 
6-2, 235 (7/3/57) Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 

Wingback who dressed for several varsity games as a 
freshman . . . was a defensive end and halfback for 
Upper St. Clair high where he was all-WPIAL and All- 
Western Conference . . . played on championship team 
in high . . . has four brothers, all younger and three 
listers . . . his Uncle Tom Connelly was a 1954 graduate 
of the University of Maryland . . . born in Sewickley 
Valley, Pennsylvania. 



RICHARD CUMMINS (54) — Sophomore 
6-2, 235 (1/11/58) Queens Village, New York 

Offensive Quickside Guard with strength bench press- 
ing over 400 pounds . . . was a tackle playing both offense 
and defense for Brooklyn Technical high where he made 
the New York Daily News All-Star team, captained the 
football team and played on a championship team in '74 
... on Scholastic Coach Ail-American List in High . . . 
born in New York City. 



LARRY DICK (12) — Senior 

6-2, 200 (3/22/55) New Carrollton, Maryland 

Metropolitan Washington ''Player of Year" at Parkdale 
high where he played for former Terp Tom Rae . . . led 
the 1975 Terrapins to the Gator Bowl taking over after 
Mark Manges was injured at Tennessee in the second 
game of the season . . . shared the starting quarterback 
duties with Manges in the latter part of the '75 season 
although he played most of the Gator Bowl game . . . 
suffered an elbow injury the week prior to the opening 
game in '76 and missed most of the season throwing 
only 13 passes and completing seven . . . Claiborne had 
not named a starting quarterback at the time and Manges 
took over going on to become a candidate for the Heis- 
man Award . . . the two give the Terps the best pair of 
quarterbacks in college football ... he captained the 



football team in high, playing on three championship 
teams with a 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 . . . ranked fifth in ACC in total offense 
and fourth in passing as sophomore . . . had only two 
passes intercepted in 171 attempts for the varsity with 
eight touchdowns . . . freshman in '73 and did not play 
in '74 . . . after taking over for Manges against Tennessee 
he completed 15 of 24 passes for 164 yards and a touch- 
down 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 favored Tar Heels . . . ACC Rookie of Week against 
Cincinnati and ACC Offensive Back of Week against Vir- 
ginia . . . 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 Cincin- 
nati 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 Parkdale passed 
for 2,186 yards in last two years with 23 touchdowns and 
ran for three tds while gaining 316 yards rushing . . . 
honor student in high where he also played baseball and 
basketball ... hit Chuck White with 70 yard scoring 
pass against Villanova as a sophomore . . . 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 
as a sophomore . . . born in Johnstown, Pennsylvania. 

DON DOTTER (32) — Junior 

6-2, 195 (2/19/56) Hagerstown, Maryland 

Has good speed and strength, bench pressing 300 
pounds . . . wingback playing behind Chuck White and 
Dean Richards but will see action . . . freshman in '74 
and did not play in '75 . . .played but did not letter on 
Cotton Bowl team . . . caught a pair of passes and threw 
a touchdown pass in '76 . . . only pass attempt was a 
six yard scoring toss to Chuck White against Virginia 
... a hard worker he has increased his bench press 115 
pounds since his freshman year . . . captained the foot- 
ball, 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 . . . born in Philadelphia. 

JOHN DOUGLAS (48) — Senior 
6-1, 205 (3/15/56) Tallahassee, Florida 

Starter on the Cotton Bowl team at defensive end 
where he took over after Keith Calta was injured in the 





DON CONNELLY 



RICHARD CUMMINS 






LARRY DICK 



DON DOTTER 



JOHN DOUGLAS 



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Wake Forest game ... All he did in his first start against 
Duke was intercept a Mike Dunn pitchout with 40 sec- 
onds remaining in the first half setting up a touchdown 
and 20-3 Maryland lead at the half, intercept a Dunn pass 
in the fourth quarter on the Maryland 15 and return it 
21 yards . . . contribute seven tackles including a 12 yard 
quarterback sack and make one tackle for no gain . . . 
transfer from Ferrum Junior College where he was a 
defensive end . . . was a fullback and linebacker in Tal- 
lahassee for Godby high . . . brother Tony played at 
West Virginia State . . . second team Ail-American at 
Ferrum and Co-Captain of the Ferrum National Junior 
College Champions . . . played on junior college all-star 
team in the North-South game ... as defensive player 
recovered a fumble and ran 75 yards with it for touch- 
down in high school . . . has good speed and bench 
presses 325 pounds . . . moved to linebacker in spring 
. . . born in Rochester, New York. 

MICKEY DUDISH (37) — Junior 

6-0, 215 (3/2/57) Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania 

Lettered as a sophomore on the Cotton Bowl team 
although he carried the ball only six times and caught 
a pair of passes while playing behind Tim Wilson . . . 
was injured as a freshman, hampering his chances of 
joining the varsity early ... on Pennsylvania All-Big 33 
team and prep Ail-American Cum Laude by Coach & 
Athlete . . . also on Coach and Athlete Super Eleven team 
as a tailback . . . had 1,418 yards rushing at Meyers high 
in senior year with 23 pass attempts, 13 completions, for 
300 yards and four touchdowns . . . scored 49 touch- 
downs in three years and total of 3,284 yards rushing 
. . . averaged 20 points a game in basketball and three 
seeason batting average in baseball of .465 . . . pitched 
seven no-hitters in his first three years of baseball in 
high . . . only player to ever earn MVP honors in three 
sports in the Wilkes-Barre area high schools . . . Scho- 
lastic Magazine All-American also ... on championship 
team in all three sports . . . has good speed and strength 
bench pressing over 300 pounds . . . born in Wilkes- 
Barre, Pennsylvania. 

GARY ELLIS (29) — Sophomore 

6-3, 190 (4/26/57) State College, Pennsylvania 

One of the fastest men on the team as a split end . . . 
freshman in '75 and did not play in '76 . . . wide re- 
ceiver and defensive safety at State College Area high 
where he was All-Big 33, All-State, and also the center 
on the basketball team ... he captained both teams in 
high . . . bother Bruce on Penn State team . . . Father 
is Associate Dean at Penn State and Mother is Director 
of Undergraduate Library at Penn State ... on cham- 
pionship 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 Harris- 
burg, Pennsylvania. 

SCOTT FANZ — Sophomore 

6-4, 245 (12/7/57) Hingham, Massachusetts 

Strongside Offensive Tackle who missed spring game 
with injury . . . freshman last fall . . . three year letter- 
man tackle at Hingham high where he also wrestled . . . 
started for the varsity in high while in the tenth grade 
and captained the team his senior year . . . younger 
brother Dwight is also a football and baseball player 
. . _ horn in Berea, Ohio. 



RICK FASANO (44) — Sophomore 
5-11, 212 (5/1/57) Elkton, Maryland 

Started for the White team in the spring game that 
Mickey Dudish missed with an injury ... a hard working 
fullback with good speed and strength bench pressing 
over 315 pounds . . . was the only ninth grader to play 
on the varsity at Elkton high where he went on to set 
records for the most points scored and yards gained in 
a season and career . . . while at Elkton scored 280 points 
and gained 3,200 yards and captained both the football 
and track teams . . . ran the 100, and on the 440 and 
880 relay teams and put the shot for the track team . . . 
on Scholastic Coach All-American List . . . born in 
Brooklyn, New York. 



JIM FORD (27) — Senior 

6-0, 188 (8/1/56) Huntington Station, New York 

Junior College transfer from Nassau Community Col- 
lege who played defensive halfback but did not letter on 
the Cotton Bowl team . . . enrolled for spring semester 
of 1976 and has the benefit of an extra spring practice 
. . . was a defensive back at Walt Whitman high and 
Nassau ... on undefeated team, 9-0, at Nassau winning 
the Atlantic Coast Championship and played in junior 
college All-Star game for the North team . . . has good 
speed and bench presses nearly 300 pounds . . . born 
in Huntington Station, New York. 



BILL FOTTA (51) — Senior 

6-1, 210 (6/8/55) Masontown, Pennsylvania 

Played in all 11 games as linebacker, starting several 
while Mike Miller was injured, for Cotton Bowl team . . . 
had 61 tackles with three for no gain and a pass inter- 
ception with the interception coming in the Duke game 
. . . played in five games for the Gator Bowl Champions 
as a sophomore but did not letter . . . All-WPIAL back 
at Albert Gallatin high where he lettered in football and 
basketball for three years . . . twice runner-up for cham- 





MICKEY DUDISH 



GARY ELLIS 






BILL FOTTA 



pionship to Washington high in football and twice run- 
ner-up to West Mihlin for championship in basketball 
. . . captained both teams in high . . . ACC Honor Roll 
student . . . bench presses 355 pounds . . . born in Mason- 
town, Pennsylvania. 



EDWARD GALL (72) — Sophomore 

6-5, 245 (4/25/58) Whitehall, Pennsylvania 

Defensive left tackle where he will back up Ernie 
Salley a three year letterman . . . came to Maryland from 
Whitehall high and played in one game as a freshman 
making a pair of tackles and knocking down a pass 
against Villanova . . . three year letterman as a tackle 
in high . . . one letter as a basketball center and two 
letters throwing the discus for the track team and win- 
ning the District Championship . . . his '73 Whitehall 
team was undefeated winning the Lehigh Valley League 
Championship . . . bench presses 395 pounds . . . born 
in Allentown, Pennsylvania. 

GEORGE "CHIP" GARBER (23) — Senior 
6-2, 205 (5/7/55) Winchester, Virginia 

Only letterman defensive end who played on both the 
Gator Bowl Champions and the Cotton Bowl team . . . 
had 50 tackles last fall with 14 accounting for 54 yards 
in losses including six quarterback sacks and two blocked 
passes ... he caused a pair of fumbles and recovered 
one ... in two years he has accounted for eight quarter- 
back sacks, 17 plays in the backfield for minus 64 yards 
and recovered a pair of fumbles ... he was a quarter- 
back and defensive back for Handley high where he was 
named All-Commonwealth and All-Northwest Region . . . 
two year letterman in basketball at Handley and runner- 
up for the state championship in the pole vault . . . mem- 
ber of Phi Delta Theta 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 earned his scholarship 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 
Virginia . . . sister Beth also plays Tennis . . . has good 
speed and bench presses 300 pounds . . . born in Win- 
chester, Virginia. 

PAUL GL4MP (58) — Junior 
6-2, 235 (9/25/56) Street, Maryland 

Suffered a broken ankle wrestling last winter and 
missed spring practice . . . was expected to start at the 
quickside guard spot for Ed Fulton . . . lettered on the 
Cotton Bowl team . . . has a twin brother Pete on the 
squad as a freshman . . . Paul enrolled in '75 but Pete 



did not join the Terps until '76 ... he was a defensive 
and offensive tackle at North Harford high where he also 
reigned as the State Heavyweight Wrestling Champion 
... he captained the football and wrestling teams and 
his football team was runner-up to Howard for the Dis- 
trict Championship in '73 . . . his wrestling team won 
the Bel Air Tournament twice, the Perryville Champion- 
ships twice, the county championships twice and the re- 
gional championships in '74 ... in one high school game 
he blocked a punt, his brother Pat picked it up and 
scored a touchdown and his brother Pete kicked the 
extra point ... he bench presses 350 pounds and was 
born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. 



PETE GLAMP — Freshman 

6-1, 205 (9/25/56) Street, Maryland 

Pete, a defensive end in the spring, will still be a 
freshman in the fall as he was injured prior to the be- 
ginning of the year ... he did not enroll in school with 
his brother Paul as he was injured in the Maryland State 
All-Star game and came in for the spring semester . . . 
he earned three letters at North Harford in football, 
three in baseball as a catcher, two in wrestling where he 
was a runner-up for the state championship and one in 
track as a sprinter and shot putter ... he captained the 
football and wrestling teams and played football with 
his brothers Paul and Pat in high . . . has good speed and 
bench presses 375 pounds . . . born in Pittsburgh, Penn- 
sylvania. 



JIM HAGAN (22) — Senior 

5-11, 180 (9/26/54) Carteret, New Jersey 

He backed up Vince Kinney at split end in the spring 
after playing but not lettering on the Gator Bowl Cham- 
pions and Cotton Bowl team ... a wide receiver at Mil- 
ford Academy where the team was undefeated in '73 . . . 
also wide receiver at Carteret high in '71 and '72 where 
he was all-state in football and ran the 440 on the Car- 
teret track team for three years . . . most memorable 
moment in sports was 26 yard clutch touchdown with 
four minutes left in game and trailing by six points . . . 
born in Newark, New Jersey. 

DOUG HARBERT (26) — Senior 

6-0, 188 (10/14/54) Lumberport, West Virginia 

Starting defensive back for Cotton Bowl team and also 
lettered on Championship Gator Bowl team . . . defen- 
sive back and quarterback at Lumberport high for four 
years . . . returned near home last fall to meet West Vir- 
ginia and came up with an interception that he returned 
36 yards to the West Virginia 20 setting up the touch- 
down that gave Maryland a 14-3 lead . . . Played in nine 
games before suffering a knee injury . . . had 33 tackles 







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PAUL GLAMP 
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JIM HAGAN 



DOUG HARBERT 



with one at the line of scrimmage for no gain and two 
pass interceptions . . . all-state at Lumberport in foot- 
ball, honorable mention all-state in basketball as he 
lettered three years, earned four letters as a shortstop on 
the baseball team and three letters in track . . . total of 
14 letters earned in high school . . . captained the football 
team his junior and senior years . . . freshman in '73, 
did not play in '74 . . . bench presses nearly 300 pounds 
. . . born in Fairmont, West Virginia. 

KEVIN HAUSSMANN (95) — Junior 
5-9, 215 (11/1/57) Riverdale, Maryland 

Made the Cotton Bowl team as a walk on defensive 
guard last fall and started for the White team in the 
spring game with letterman Bruce Palmer out with injury 
. . . impressed the coaches with his desire and he bench 
presses over 375 pounds . . . came to Maryland from 
nearby DeMatha High. 

CHARLIE JOHNSON (99) — Junior 
6-2, 250 (6/29/57) Baltimore, Maryland 

Will start as the defensive right tackle this fall after 
lettering on the Cotton Bowl team . . . excellent quickness 
and bench presses 315 pounds . . . All-Metropolitan and 
All-State at Southwestern high in Baltimore . . . played 
in Maryland high school all-star game . . . also captained 
the football team two years and earned four letters in 
wrestling and lacrosse in high . . . scholarship award in 
high . . . ACC Rookie of Week for performance in Syra- 
cuse game . . . had 52 tackles in 11 games in '76 with 
five quarterback sacks and six tackles in the backfield 
for minus 47 yards . . . also caused two fumbles and 
recovered one . . . born in Baltimore, Maryland. 



STEVE KALODNER (75) — Junior 
6-3, 237 (6/27/57) Lester, Pennsylvania 

Offensive guard and tackle as freshman on Gator Bowl 
team and also on Cotton Bowl team but did not letter 
. . . tight end and tackle at Interboro high where he also 
lettered on the basketball team as a forward and the 
baseball team as a catcher . . . captained the football 
and baseball teams and all scholastic in high . . . has 
good quickness and bench presses 300 pounds . . . bro- 
ther David is a junior at Albright . . . born in Darby, 
Pennsylvania. 

JOHN KELLY (82) — Junior 

6-5, 230 (8/20/55) Wantagh, New York 

Tight end on the Cotton Bowl team but did not letter 
. . . defensive tackle in spring of '75 before moving to 
tight end where he has remained after not playing in '75 
. . . bench presses 335 pounds . . . was an end, heavy- 



weight wrestler and first baseman in baseball at Wantagh 
high . . . captained the wrestling team. 



VINCE KINNEY (81) — Senior 

6-3, 190 (3/17/56) Baltimore, Maryland 

Wide receiver as a freshman but moved to tight end 
when Walter White graduated and caught 13 passes for 
241 yards and a pair of touchdowns for the Gator Bowl 
Champions ... as a junior on the Cotton Bowl team 
he caught 21 passes for 298 yards and three touchdowns 
. . . caught both touchdown passes as a sophomore in 
his first game as a starter against Villanova on 41 and 
46 yard tosses from Mark Manges ... as a split end 
last fall he caught three passes against West Virginia, a 
29 yard scoring toss from Manges against Syracuse, three 
passes against N. C. State, three against Kentucky, three 
against Cincinnati including a 21 yard scoring toss, four 
against Clemson with one a 33 yard td from Manges, and 
four against Duke . . . has excellent speed . . . was Sun- 
papers "Athlete of the Year" at Calvert Hall high where 
he earned eight letters in football, basketball and base- 
ball . . . captained the football team and played in the 
first Maryland All-Star game ... on championship teams 
in football and baseball at Calvert Hall . . . attended 
Roland Park Junior high . . . born in Baltimore, Mary- 
land. 



KEVIN KISSEL (76) — Sophomore 

6-0, 226 (3/26/56) Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 

Quickside offensive guard . . . came to Maryland from 
Brentwood high where he was All-WPIAL . . . did not 
play in '75 . . . on the Cotton Bowl team but did not 
letter . . . Who's Who All-American and captained the 
football team in high . . . played on championship team 
at Brentwood . . . bench presses 350 pounds . . . born 
in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. 



TED KLAUBE (61) — Senior 

6-1, 232 (8/8/55) Guttenberg, New Jersey 

Starting defensive guard for the Gator Bowl Cham- 
pions and Cotton Bowl team . . . had 114 tackles as a 
sophomore with a quarterback sack and eight tackles in 
opponents' backfield for minus 17 yards and caused one 
fumble ... as a junior he suffered a broken hand against 
Syracuse and played in only eight games with 44 tackles 
and three quarterback sacks for minus 15 yards . . . 
played with varsity as a freshman in '73 and did not play 
in '74 . . . bench presses 350 pounds . . . named the 
lineman of the year at North Bergen high where he cap- 
tained the football and wrestling teams and earned nine 
letters including two in track throwing the discus . . . 
he was a two time district champion and a regional 
champion in wrestling and All-State in football . . . third 







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in the county championships throwing the discus in 
high . . . born in Hoboken, New Jersey. 



STEVE KOZIOL (34) — Junior 

6-1, 222 (6/4/56) North Bergen, New Jersey 

Fullback for the Cotton Bowl team earning a letter 
although he carried the ball only eight times for a 3.9 
average . . . contender for starting role with Mickey 
Dudish this fall . . . also a linebacker and defensive end 
at North Bergen high where he also ran the hurdles and 
sprints on the track team earning three letters in each 
sport . . . captained both teams for two years . . hurdles 
champion in high . . . has also worked at defensive end 
for the Terps ... on team but did not letter in '75 . . . 
has good speed and strength bench pressing 420 pounds 
. . . played on six championship teams in high school . . . 
born in Jersey City. 



ROBERT LARKIN (79) — Sophomore 
6-3, 242 (4/2/58) Monroeville, Pennsylvania 

Strongside offensive guard who bench presses 355 
pounds . . . Offensive guard and defensive tackle for 
Gateway high where he was All-WPIAL and All-State 
. . . Captained the basketball team in high as a center . . . 
'75 team won the WPIAL "AA" Championship . . . busi- 
ness major . . . born in Pittsburgh. 



RALPH LARY III (4) — Freshman 
6-3, 195 (3/6/58) Potomac, Maryland 

Injured prior to the season last fall so still a freshman 
... on ACC honor roll with a 3.23 average in Business 
Management . . . Safety for Thomas S. Wootton high 
where he was All-State and All-Metropolitan . . . earned 
two letters in football, four in baseball as a pitcher and 
shortstop and two in basketball . . . captained the Woot- 
ton baseball team . . . helped end Churchill high's 26 
game winning streak with 7-6 triumph in football in 
high . . . born in Jacksonville, North Carolina. 



PHIL LIVINGSTON (78) — Sophomore 
6-7, 250 (3/13/57) Gaithersburg, Maryland 

Strongside tackle backing up Larry Stewart in spring 
. . . freshman in '75 and did not play in '76 . . . All-State 
and All-Metropolitan at Gaithersburg high and played 
in Maryland All-Star game . . . offensive tackle and bas- 
ketball center for two years in high ... on championship 
team in football winning Montgomery "AA" title with 
9-1 record for John Harvill ... on ACC Honor Roll with 
3.0 average in education . . . born in Havre de Grace, 
Maryland. 



ED LONCAR (3) — Junior 

6-1, 185 (4/9/56) Montauk, New York * 

Soccer style placekicker . . . kicked one field goal and 
10 pats as sophomore in latter part of season but did not 
letter . . . kicked off once for Terps as freshman attempt- 
ing an onsides kick that the Terps recovered against Ten- 
nessee . . . started '76 as backup kicker to Mike Sochko 
but took over placekicking at end of season with Sochko 
punting and kicking off . . . 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 in 
high . . . born in Lodar, Yugoslavia. 



KYLE LORTON — Freshman 

6-3, 238 (2/15/58) Danville, Kentucky 

Injured prior to '76 season and still a freshman . . . 
defensive end and tight end for Lakeshore high in Michi- 
gan and Boyle County high in Danville, Kentucky . . . 
at Lakeshore from '72 to '74 and at Boyle County high 
from '74 to '76 . . . All-State defensive end in high in 
football and co-captain of the football and basketball 
teams . . . earned three letters each in football and base- 
ball and two in basketball ... a pitcher in baseball . . . 
will work at center in fall after missing spring game with 
injury . . . good quickness and bench presses over 300 
pounds . . . born in LaPorte, Indiana. 

DAVID McAFEE (7) — Sophomore 
6-4, 210 (2/23/57) Danville, Kentucky 

On Cotton Bowl team as a freshman quarterback . . . 
came to Maryland from Fork Union Military Academy 
and Danville high . . . quarterback in high also earning 
All-State honors, MVP and Captain of All-Star team . . . 
earned letters in football and basketball for three years 
. . . joined the Terps in spring of '76 and has benefit 
of two spring practices . . . born in Versailles, Kentucky. 

ALVIN MADDOX (36) — Junior 
5-10, 189 (4/9/55) Staunton, Virginia 

Tailback with excellent speed and strength bench 
pressing 365 pounds . . . took over for Atkins when he 
was injured in N. C. State game and gained 138 yards 
on 21 carries ... he later picked up 132 on 21 carries 
against Clemson gaining a $1,000 scholarship for the 
University in the ABC television game as part of the 
NCAA-Chevrolet Scholarship Awards program ... he 
had also gained 129 yards on 27 carries in an earlier 
TV game against Kentucky ... he gained 177 yards in 
25 carries as a freshman for a 7.1 yard average per carry 
with 71 yards in his first collegiate game on 12 carries 
against Villanova ... he also had 87 yards on six carries 
in his final freshman game against Virginia ... his 






STEVE KOZIOL 



BOB LARKIN 






PHIL LIVINGSTON 



ED LONCAR 



longest run as a freshman was 29 yards against Virginia 
and as a sophomore 63 yards against N. C. State ... he 
gained 678 yards to lead the team last fall on 141 carries 
for a 4.8 average per carry and caught five passes ... he 
was the "Player of Year" in the area while playing for 
Robert E. Lee high in Staunton where he captained the 
football and track teams . . . most valuable player for 
three years in high . . . 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 man 
on the track team. 



MARK MANGES (13) — Senior 

6-3, 215 (1/10/56) Cumberland, Maryland 

When Larry Dick came up with a sore elbow the week 
before the opening game it left Mark Manges as the only 
Terp quarterback with experience and the strong junior 
led the Maryland team to the Cotton Bowl ... he threw 
139 passes and completed 81 for a fine .583 percentage 
with 11 touchdown passes and 1,145 yards ... he also 
ran the ball 125 times for 448 yards the most ever rush- 
ing by a Terp quarterback and scored three touchdowns 
... he threw td passes in nine of the 12 games with a 
pair in the opening game against Richmond, two more 
against Duke and a pair against Cincinnati . . . his scor- 
ing tosses were 45 to Dean Richards and 31 to Chuck 
White against Richmond, 31 to White against West Vir- 
ginia, 29 yards to Vince Kinney against Syracuse, 48 to 
White against Villanova, 47 to Tim Wilson against Wake 
Forest, 21 to Kinney and 20 to Richards against Cincin- 
nti, 33 to Kinney against Clemson, 3 and 11 to Bob Raba 
against Duke and he added a 11 yard scoring pass to 
Freshman Eric Sievers against Houston in the Cotton 
Bowl ... he scored on runs of one yard against Duke, 
two against West Virginia and 10 against Kentucky while 
adding one in the Cotton Bowl against Houston of six 
yards . . . the 1,593 yards total offense is the second 
highest ever by a Terp . . . only Bob Avellini, now with 
the Bears, surpassed that with 1,648 in 1974 ... he 
lettered as a freshman and scored his first collegiate 
touchdown on a 17 yard run against Syracuse in Arch- 
bold Stadium ... in his first collegiate start as a sopho- 
more he set a Maryland record by throwing four touch- 
down passes against Villanova and in that game he com- 
pleted 13 of 18 passes for 280 yards and converted five 
of seven third down situations ... he was named to the 
UPI National backfield of the week and the ACC back 
of the week for that performance ... 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 down- 
field 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 com- 
pleted 64 percent of his passes as the backup quarterback 
to 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 ... for his career he has completed 124 
of 211 passes for 1,727 yards and 15 touchdowns while 
rushing for 802 yards on 206 carries and five touch- 
downs ... his rushing average is 3.9 yards a carry and 
passing percentage .588 ... he has a touchdown pass in 
every 14 attempts and one one interception every 18 
tosses ... he has completed 19 of 35 passes in bowl 
games for 194 yards and a touchdown and rushed for 
29 yards and a touchdown ... he earned 12 letters in 
high with four each in football, basketball and track . . . 
MVP of the Maryland All-Star game in Byrd Stadium 
. . . captained the football, basketball and track teams 
at Fort Hill and on championship teams in all three 
sports . . . left Fort Hill, where he played for former 
Terp Charlie Lattimer, with a 17 game winning streak 
and a 31-4 record . . . ACC Rookie of the Week for his 
performance in the Wake Forest game as a freshman . . . 
ACC Back of the Week as a sophomore for the Villanova 
game . . . ACC Back of the Week for the Cincinnati 
game . . . earned University a $1,000 scholarship from 
the NCAA-Chevrolet Awards program for his perform- 
ance in the ABC television game against Kentucky . . . 
the All-ACC quarterback last fall and runner-up by only 
11 votes for Player of the Year honors . . . featured on 
the cover of Sports Illustrated after the Syracuse game 
last fall . . . NEA second team All-American and honor- 
able mention by both the Associated Press and United 
Press International . . . participated in NCAA-Fiesta Bowl 
Drug Abuse program last summer . . . active in the Fel- 
lowship of Christian Athletes . . . Pre-Law Major . . . 
born in Cumberland, Maryland. 



PETE MARCHETTO (6) — Junior 

5-10, 182 (4/30/56) North Bergen, New Jersey 

Outstanding placekicker at North Bergen high where 
he kicked the longest field goal in State history, a 48 
yarder and then added a 31 yarder, four extra points 
and six kickoffs into the end zone all in the same game 
. . . played on three championship teams in high with 
overall 24-2-1 record . . . born in Hoboken, New Jersey. 

BRIAN MATERA (42) — Sophomore 

6-3, 220 (10/18/57) Pennsauken, New Jersey 

Linebacker for junior varsity last fall . . . had a pass 
interception against Milford prep that he returned nine 
yards . . . came to Maryland from Pennsauken high . . . 




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KYLE LORTON 





DAVE McAFEE 



ALVIN MADDOX 




MARK MANGES 




BRIAN MATERA 



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played behind lettermen Neal Olkewicz and John Doug- 
las in spring . . . Scholastic Coach All-American in high 
. . . played in three games for the Cotton Bowl team 
with a pair of tackles and one blocked pass. 

SAM MEDILE — Sophomore 

6-0, 185 (4/26/58) Johnstown, Pennsylvania 

Defensive back who returned punts for junior varsity 
last fall . . . came to Maryland from Westmont Hilltop 
high where he lettered for three years as a split end and 
defensive safety . . . played on a championship, 9-0, team, 
the first in the school's history . . . missed only one prac- 
tice session in six years of football before entering Mary- 
land . . . co-captain of the football team in high . . . ran 
the 440 and on the mile-relay team in high winning the 
school's Herdman Track Award . . . also played basket- 
ball one year in high . . . defensive player of the year 
in high . . . born in Johnstown, Pennsylvania. 

WILLIAM MEILE (84) — Freshman 
6-4, 225 (1/14/58) Wheaton, Maryland 

Defensive left tackle behind Ernie Salley and Ed Gall 
in spring . . . injured prior to '76 season and will have 
freshman status in fall . . . came to the Terps from 
nearby St. John's where he was All-Metropolitan and 
captain of the team while playing three years . . . played 
for David Waldron in high winning the Pigskin Club 
Award . . also lettered in basketball one year . . . 
journalism and public relations major . . . born in Wash- 
ington, D.C. 

JOE MUFFLER (11) — Junior 

6-1, 192 (10/8/57) Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Defensive end playing in nine of the 11 games enroute 
to the Cotton Bowl last fall and played in the Cotton 
Bowl . . . had 23 tackles in '76 with two for minus 14 
yards including one quarterback sack . . . knocked down 
one pass with his pass rush and also had an interception 
against Wake Forest . . . came to Maryland from Father 
Judge high where he captained the football team, was 
All-City, All-Area and All-Catholic and played in the 
city all-star game in Philadelphia with the Catholic 
League opposing the Public Schools . . . bench presses 
over 300 pounds . . . ACC honor roll student with 3.7 
last year in General Studies . . . born in Philadelphia, 
Pennsylvania. 

SCOTT MURPHY (80) — Sophomore 
6-4, 220 (6/3/57) Dover, Ohio 

Lettered on the Gator Bowl Champions as a freshman 
tight end . . . did not play in '76 . . . one of two letter- 
men returning at tight end and the other Eric Sievers 



lettered as a freshman on the Cotton Bowl team . . . 
tight end and defensive end at Dover high-where he was 
All-Region, All-District and on the All-State list . . . also 
All-Conference and on the All-District list as a basketball 
forward . . . four letters in basketball and three in foot- 
ball in high . . . has the opportunity to become a four 
year letterman at Maryland . . . captained both football 
and basketball teams in high with a football champion- 
ship and two basketball titles . . . bench presses nearly 
300 pounds . . . born in Dover, Ohio. 



GLENN NICK (68) — Junior 

6-2, 225 (11/17/56) Hillside, New Jersey 

Strongside guard in spring and also worked at center 
. . . Freshman in '74, did not play in '75 and on Cotton 
Bowl team but did not letter . . . has worked at quick- 
side tackle, center and his strongside guard position . . . 
has good quickness and bench presses 350 pounds . . . 
All-State at Hillside high where he captained the football, 
indoor and outdoor track teams and lettered three times 
with each team . . . scored a touchdown in high as tackle 
running 20 yards with a recovered fumble . . . born in 
Newark, New Jersey. 



DAVID NOWACKI (90) — Freshman 

6-2, 240 (10/11/58) Hackensack, New Jersey 

Defensive guard in spring playing the right side . . . 
came to Maryland as a defensive tackle from Hacken- 
sack high where he earned three letters in football, two 
as a heavyweight wrestler and three as the weight man 
on the track team . . . captained the football and 
wrestling teams in high and on championship teams in 
wrestling and track . . . MVP in football in '75 and 
Scholastic Coach Ail-American . . . bench presses over 
315 pounds . . . born in Hackensack, New Jersey. 



TIM O'HARE (2) — Junior 

6-2, 195 (12/2/55) Montclair, New Jersey 

Lefthanded quarterback . . . freshman in '74 and did 
not play in '75 . . . on Cotton Bowl team but did not 
letter . . . threw only two passes and ran the ball four 
times for 13 yards and that included a 13 yard run . . . 
threw the 38 yard touchdown pass to Jim Hagan to start 
the Junior Varsity off to a 41-0 win over the Pittsburgh 
JVs . . . All-Conference quarterback for Immaculate Con- 
ception where he earned three letters and was also All- 
Conference in baseball earning three letters ... he also 
picked up two letters in basketball ... he was on the 
state championship football team in high ... he came 
to Maryland from Milford Academy where he captained 
the '73 team . . . born in Newark, New Jersey. 






BILL MEILE 



JOE MUFFLER 



SCOTT MURPHY 





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NEAL OLKEWICZ (47) — Junior 

6-0, 213 (1/30/57) Spring City, Pennsylvania 

Was not expected to play in '76 but injuries at line- 
backer moved him into the lineup and he wound up as 
the second leading tackier among the linebackers with 
64 . . . had a pair of quarterback sacks and three tackles 
for minus 14 yards . . . has excellent speed and strength, 
bench pressing over 375 pounds . . . earned All-Suburban 
honors while playing for Phoenixville high where he cap- 
tained the football team earning three letters ... he also 
picked up three letters as a baseball pitcher . . . born 
in Phoenixville, Pennsylvania. 



BRUCE PALMER (96) — Junior 
6-1, 235 (11/21/55) Roanoke, Virginia 

Letterman defensive guard on the Cotton Bowl team 
. . . came to Maryland from Fork Union M'bt^ry Acad- 
emy . . . fourth leading tackier on team last fall with 78 
. . . had one quarterback sack but four tackles in the 
backfield that accounted for 14 yards in losses and three 
more at line of scrimmage for no gain . . . recovered one 
fumble . . . has good quickness and bench presses over 
315 pounds ... he was a nose guard and played some 
fullback for William Byrd High where he lettered for 
four years and was accorded All-American honors . . . 
also lettered four years in wrestling and was the state 
champion for two years . . . played defensive tackle, full- 
back and some linebacker for Fork Union . . . born in 
Roanoke, Virginia. 



JOHN PAPUCHIS (9) — Junior 

6-0, 215 (8/1/57) Silver Spring, Maryland 

Walk on punter who made the Cotton Bowl team last 
fall . . came to Maryland from nearby Albert Einstein 
High . . . has worked hard on his kicking and only Mike 
Sochko is preventing him from playing. 



LYLE PECK (49) — Sophomore 

6-4, 220 (5/17/58) Cumberland, Maryland 

Has worked at both linebacker and fullback . . . will 
work at fullback in fall . . . one of the fastest men on 
the team and bench presses nearly 300 pounds . . . All- 
state fullback at Fort Hill high and had a 92 yard scor- 
ing run in the State Championship game . . . handled 
the blocking chores in high with his Maryland teammate 
Steve Trimble the runner . . . when not blocking Peck 
carried the ball 135 times for 741 yards and a 5.1 aver- 
age per carry with seven touchdowns and a two point 
conversion . . . also played basketball and was a sprinter 
on the track team for Fort Hill . . . one of three Fort Hill 
products on the Maryland team with Mark Manges the 
third . . . has four brothers, one played for Morgan 



State, and three sisters all older . 
Maryland. 



born in Cumberland, 



MICKEY PELANDA (24) — Senior 
6-3, 210 (3/14/55) Canfield, Ohio 

On the Gator Bowl and Cotton Bowl teams but did 
not letter as defensive end . . . played in six games last 
fall with eight tackles and a blocked pass . . . five tackles 
in three games for the Gator Bowl Champions and a 
recovered fumble . . . has bench pressed 305 pounds 
. . . All-State defensive safety at Austintown Fitch high 
where he was also an outstanding quarterback . . . had 
12 interceptions and knocked down 20 passes his senior 
year in high while causing six fumbles . . . All-Steel 
Valley safety man and played 20 consecutive games in 
high playing both ways. 



DON RHODES (55) — Senior 

6-2, 230 (12/4/55) Hermine, Pennsylvania 

Played on Gator Bowl Champions and the Cotton 
Bowl team although not lettering . . . has more experi 
ence at center than anyone else on team and was the 
backup to Mike Simon in the spring . . . freshman in 
'73 . . . was a tackle at Yough high where he also earned 
two letters in baseball . . . bench presses over 325 pounds 
. . . born in Greensburgh, Pennsylvania. 

DEAN RICHARDS (45) — Junior 
5-11, 185 (10/29/56) Dover, Ohio 

Lettered on Gator Bowl Champions as a freshman 
and started for Cotton Bowl team as a sophomore . . . 
caught four passes for 59 yards as a freshman with a 
10 yard run also from his wingback spot ... as a sopho- 
more, carrying the plays into the game, alternating with 
Chuck White, he caught 15 passes for 190 yards and a 
pair of touchdowns and carried the ball 23 times for 
92 yards and three touchdowns ... he also completed 
one of his two passes, returned two kickoffs and 11 punts 
... he had an average of 8.6 yards on his punt returns 
... he started one game as a freshman, the Wake Forest 
game, and caught three passes for 48 yards . . . last fall 
he opened the season with three catches including a 
45 yard scoring pass from Mark Manges against Rich- 
mond, scored on a six yard run against Villanova, caught 
three against Cincinnati including a 20 yard scoring toss, 
scored on a five yard run against Virginia, and a six yard 
run against Clemson ... he was All-State and Eastern 
District "Player of Year" while playing for Dover high 
and earning three letters . . . also lettered twice on basket- 
ball and one in track at Dover . . . tailback and safety 
on championship team in high . . . captained the football 
and basketball teams at Dover and named the MVP in 
the New Philadelphia game as a sophomore . . . born 
in Dover, Ohio. 





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NEAL OLKEWICZ 



BRUCE PALMER 






MICKEY PELANDA 



DON RHODES 



DEAN RICHARDS 



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ERNIE SALLEY (74) — Senior 

6-3, 245 (2/21/56) Oxon Hill, Maryland 

Played in the first Maryland All-Star game in Byrd 
Stadium and has been a star in the same stadium ever 
since . . . lettered as a freshman guard on the Liberty 
Bowl team, as a sophomore on the Gator Bowl Cham- 
pions and as a junior on the Cotton Bowl team . . . 
moved to tackle in the spring to take over for the de- 
parted, consensus All-American, Joe Campbell who had 
replaced Unanimous All-American Randy White at the 
same position . . . Salley is expected to perform in the 
same fashion . . . played in nine of the 11 regular season 
games despite being hampered by ankle injuries and 
recorded 56 tackles including four quarterback sacks . . . 
eight of his tackles were in the backfield accounting for 
22 yards in losses and six others were at the line of scrim- 
mage for no gain . . . also recovered two fumbles ... in 
three years he has accounted for 173 tackles with 24 in 
the backfield for minus 109 yards, 12 tackles for no 
gain, 14 quarterback sacks and caused five fumbles while 
recovering three ... he has excellent quickness and 
bench presses over 350 pounds ... he was a three year 
letterman 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. 

GEORGE SCOTT (33) — Sophomore 
6-1, 210 (1/6/58) Inwood, New York 

Lettered as a freshman tailback on the Cotton Bowl 
team gaining 369 yards rushing on 82 carries, scoring 
five touchdowns and recording a 4.5 average per carry 
. . . started for Alvin Maddox when he was injured 
after Maddox had taken over for Atkins also injured . . . 
Scott himself was then hampered by injuries but rushed 
for 124 yards on 21 carries against Virginia in the final 
regular season game . . . had 96 yards on 21 carries 
against Duke and 83 on 17 against Wake Forest . . . did 
not gain a yard for Terps in first five games of season 
but had the 369 in the last six games . . . scored first 
collegiate touchdown on a one yard run against Wake 
Forest breaking a 7-7 tie, followed with another one 
yarder in Duke game for 7-0 lead, scored on two yard 
run against Clemson and a pair of one yarders against 
Virginia . . . ACC Rookie of Week for his performance 
against Wake Forest ... he was the last recruit signed 
for the 1976 class. 



LARRY SEDER (64) — Senior 

6-3, 237 (9/17/55) Pottstown, Pennsylvania 

All-ACC defensive guard . . . took over as the top de- 
fensive guard when Ernie Salley and Ted Klaube the 



starting guards at the beginning of the season were both 
hampered by injuries . . . immediately established him- 
self as one of the top guards in the league . . . was named 
the defensive lineman of the week twice, the first on 
Oct. 2 against Villanova and the second in the final game 
against Virginia ... he was also named an honorable 
mention All-American by Associated Press ... he lettered 
on both the Cotton Bowl and Gator Bowl teams ... for 
the season he recorded 100 tackles with five quarterback 
sacks, six plays for minus 24 yards, blocked a pair of 
passes, caused a fumble and recovered one ... he was 
a freshman in '73 and did not play in '74 . . . three year 
football letterman at St. Pius X high and on All-State 
list . . . three letterman in three sports, football, track 
and wrestling . . . weight man on the track team, second 
in the state in the discus and second in district champion- 
ships as heavyweight wrestler . . . scored a touchdown in 
high on tackle eligible pass and intercepted a quarter- 
back pitchout . . . captained all three teams in high and 
played in two all-star football games . . . bench presses 
over 360 pounds . . . born in Pottstown, Pennsylvania. 



BRAD SENFT (39) — Sophomore 
6-1, 210 (10/12/58) York, Pennsylvania 

Played on the Pennsylvania Big 33 team against the 
Ohio All-Stars while at Central York high . . . had ex- 
cellent year with junior varsity as freshman . . . tailback 
for varsity in spring . . . has good speed and bench 
presses 300 pounds . . . captained the football and bas- 
ketball teams in high and also was a sprinter on the 
track team ... on championship teams in football and 
volleyball in high . . . against Fork Union in J.V. game 
last fall he carried 20 times for 243 yards and scored 
four touchdowns on runs of five, nine, 21 and 95 yards 
. . . born in York, Pennsylvania. 



JIM SHAFFER (93) — Sophomore 
6-1, 200 (6/8/58) Adelphi, Maryland 

Lettered as a freshman defensive end on the Cotton 
Bowl team and played in eight of the 11 regular season 
games in addition to the bowl game . . . had 14 tackles 
. . . came to Maryland from nearby High Point high 
school where he was a defensive end for three years, 
All-State his senior year and twice all-suburban ... re- 
ceived the Brookland Club defensive award in '75 and 
the Timmie Award from the Washington Touchdown 
Club . . . brother Gary graduated from Maryland in '73, 
sister Peggy in '67, sister Jerry in '69 and sister Bev in 
'75 . . . Bev played tennis and lacrosse for the Terps . . . 
he was on the honor roll at High Point his last three 
years and on Championship football team in '73 ... on 
Scholastic Coach All-American list . . . born in Takoma 
Park, Maryland. 





ERNIE SALLEY 



y~ 



GEORGE SCOTT 






LARRY SEDER 



JIM SHAFFER 



26 



ERIC SIEVERS (85) — Sophomore 

6-4, 225 (11/9/57) Arlington, Virginia 

Letterman tight end on the Cotton Bowl team as a 
freshman . . . starting tight end in spring practice . . . 
caught his first collegiate pass from Mark Manges in the 
Cotton Bowl on a fourth and 14 situation for a 17 yard 
gain and a first down on the Houston 11 ... on the 
next play he caught the 11 yard pass for his first collegi- 
ate touchdown . . . father is a graduate of West Point . . . 
came to Maryland as a Parade Magazine and Scholastic 
Coach All-American from nearby Washington and Lee 
high . . . Captain, tight end, linebacker and kicker at 
W&L high where he also was co-captain of the basket- 
ball team for two years ... on championship, 9-1, foot- 
ball team . . . bench presses 315 pounds . . . has five 
sisters ... in high caught 14 TD passes, threw one for 
TD, kicked 40 PAT's, 3 field goals and caught 46 passes 
for 820 yards . . . born in Urbana, Illinois. 



MIKE SIMON (52) — Junior 

6-3, 237 (10/7/56) Emporium, Pennsylvania 

Lettered as offensive tackle-center on Cotton Bowl team 
as sophomore . . . all-star center and linebacker at Cam- 
eron County high for three years ... on Big-30 All-Star 
team, Pennsylvania vs New York in '74 . . . freshman at 
Maryland in '74 did not play in '75 . . . bench presses 
340 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 wrestling . . . captained the football 
team in '73 . . . Big-30 defensive player of the year in 
high . . . father John A. Simon, played football for Penn 
State and played in the 1948 Cotton Bowl and in the '49 
East-West Shrine game . . . born in St. Marys, Pennsyl- 
vania. 



MIKE SOCHKO (1) — Senior 

6-0, 202 (8/15/55) Pottstown, Pennsylvania 

All-ACC kicker as a sophomore . . . freshman in '73 
did not play in '74 as defensive end candidate and kicked 
himself out of a chance to play defense in spring of '75 
with his outstanding kicking . . . led Gator Bowl Cham- 
pions in scoring with 67 points and added 36 for the 
Cotton Bowl team . . . had an outstanding day punting 
in the Cotton Bowl with a 52.4 average on five punts 
and included a 77 yarder . . . also kicked two extra 
points . . . had five field goals and 21 extra points during 
regular season before concentrating on his punting with 
Ed Loncar handling the place kicking . . . longest field 
goal 49 yards as a sophomore against North Carolina 
... he added a pair in the Gator Bowl win over Florida 
... he averaged 40.4 on 57 punts as a sophomore and 
39.1 on 51 as a junior . . . longest punt as sophomore 
was 70 yards, and had a 65 yarder as a junior then added 



the 77 yarder in Cotton Bowl ... his kickoffs are con- 
sistently in the end zone and he is often the first down 
under the kicks making 16 tackles as a sophomore and 
18 as a junior ... 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 as sophomore 
. . . born in Pottstown, Pennsylvania. 

JOHN STANFORD (30) — Senior 

6-1, 190 (1/11/56) Bloomfield, New Jersey 

Letterman wingback on Gator Bowl Champions and 
Letterman safety on the Cotton Bowl team as a junior 
. . . had 48 tackles in 11 games last fall with four inter- 
ceptions, returning them for 55 yards and a touchdown 
... the touchdown was a 24 yard return for a 28-14 
fourth quarter lead against Syracuse ... he had one for 
31 yards against Richmond in the opening game, and 
one each against Kentucky and Virginia ... he was All- 
State in football and baseball at Bloomfield high and 
All-Metropolitan in both sports . . . captained both teams 
in high and on state championship teams in football 
and baseball . . . brother James played Hockey for four 
years at Newark College of Engineering . . . active in 
Fellowship of Christian Athletes . . . honor roll student 
in education . . . born in Newark, New Jersey. 

LARRY STEWART (69) — Sophomore 

6-5, 275 (8/17/57) Portsmouth, Virginia 

Parade and Scholastic Coach All-American at Wood- 
row Wilson high ... he lettered on the Cotton Bowl team 
as a freshman and is expected to be the starting strong- 
side tackle this fall . . . good speed for his size and strong, 
bench pressing over 400 pounds . . . was an offensive 
guard and middle linebacker in high and rated one of 
the top five players in the state by the Roanoke Times 
... a four sport letterman in high playing basketball, 
wrestling and as the weight man on the track team. 



STEVE TRIMBLE — Sophomore 

5-11, 178 (5/11/58) Cumberland, Maryland 

On Scholastic Coach All-American list at Fort Hill 
high . . . All-State with outstanding credentials . . . gained 
1,677 yards rushing, and scored 200 points in 12 games 
with 32 touchdowns and four two-point conversions 
breaking a 27 year old city record . . . had 300 carries 
with a 5.5 average per carry, 2,267 all-purpose yards, 
completed passes for 87 yards, caught six passes for 147 
yards and five interceptions returned for 65 yards . . . 
also returned 19 punts and kickoffs for 291 yards and 





MIKE SIMON 





JOHN STANFORD 




had two touchdowns called back on punt returns of 
more than 70 yards . . . played with Lyle Peck at Fort 
Hill and follows Mark Manges to Maryland . . . played 
for former Terp Charlie Lattimer at Fort Hill, a school 
that has produced a dozen or more Terp stars in the 
past . . . captained the State Championship football 
team . . . born in Cumberland, Maryland. 



JIM ULAM (66) — Junior 

6-4, 233 (7/10/56) Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 

Played on the Cotton Bowl team but did not letter . . . 
quickside offensive tackle competing with Kervin Wyatt 
for the starting job in the fall . . . defensive back and 
end at South Hills Catholic in Pittsburgh . . . followed 
his brother Pat, an outstanding defensive back for the 
Terps, to College Park . . . bench presses 320 pounds 
. . . 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 sec- 
tional champions in basketball and leading scorer on 
track team . . . placed fifth in the decathlon in Western 
Pennsylvania . . . long jumped, high jumped and ran 
i-iO 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 re- 
bounds in basketball, ran 51.0 for the 440, long jumped 
21-6 and high jumped 6-2 . . . born in Pittsburgh. 



MARLIN VAN HORN (62) — Sophomore 
6-1, 238 (7/12/57) Selinsgrove, Pennsylvania 

Scholastic Coach Ail-American in high . . . played in 
three regular season games and was on the Cotton Bowl 
team as a freshman for the Terps . . . has good speed 
and bench presses 415 pounds . . . defensive guard for 
the Terps after playing as a linebacker at Selinsgrove 
Area high . . . had one quarterback sack as a freshman 
for minus eight yards . . . joined the track team three 
days prior to the Penn State-Quantico meet and won the 
Javelin throw for the Terps . . . captained the wrestling 
team for one year and track team for two years and on 
championship teams in both sports ... he set a National 
Freshman record for the Javelin in high and as a senior 
threw the Javelin 222-11 . . . all-conference for three 
years in football and league MVP on offense in '74 and 
MVP on defense in 75 . . . All-Big 33 . . . fourth in 
state wrestling championships . . . conference champion 
and district champion in javelin, shot put and discus, 
two years each for javelin and shot and senior year for 
discus . . . second in state championship in javelin and 
shot put . . . born in Baltimore, Maryland. 





CHRIS WARD (15) — Junior 

6-1, 188 (8/8/57) Red Bank, New Jersey 

Letterman defensive back on Cotton Bowl team play- 
ing in all 11 games with 19 tackles . . . sure tackier and 
bench presses 325 pounds . . . came to Maryland from 
Red Bank Regional where he was the MVP in the Asbury 
Park game, captained the football and baseball teams and 
earned a total of nine letters, three letters in football as 
a quarterback and defensive back . . . three in baseball 
as a shortstop, two in basketball and one in swimming 
. . . quarterback on Scholar-Athlete team for Mommouth 
County . . . four time high honor roll ... on ACC honor 
roll with 3.5 grade average in business management . . . 
born in Elizabeth, New Jersey. 



KENNETH WATSON (56) — Junior 
6-3, 230 (5/20/56) Norfolk, Virginia 

Lettered as defensive tackle on Cotton Bowl team as a 
sophomore . . . played in 10 regular season games with 
19 tackles including one quarterback sack for a seven 
yard loss . . . freshman in '74, did not play in '75 and 
missed '76 spring game with injury . . . tight end and 
tackle at Lake Taylor high where he lettered three years 
in football, track and wrestling ... on championship 
team in football and track . . . All-State and All-Ameri- 
can in high in football and named to East-West All-Star 
game . . . has good speed and bench presses 365 pounds 
. . . born in Norfolk, Virginia. 



CHUCK WHITE (5) — Senior 

6-3, 190 (10/5/55) Woodbridge, Virginia 

Split end on Gator Bowl Champions and played both 
wingback and split end on Cotton Bowl team . . . caught 
six passes for 117 yards and one touchdown as sopho- 
more with the td a 70 yard pass play from Larry Dick 
against Villanova in the opening game . . . was the lead- 
ing pass receiver as a junior with 23 receptions for 402 
yards and four touchdowns despite sharing the duties 
with Dean Richards carrying plays into the game . . . 
ran the ball twice for 14 yards . . . touchdowns were 31 
yards against West Virginia, 31 yards against Richmond, 
48 against Villanova (all from Mark Manges), and a 
six yard scoring pass from Don Dotter against Virginia 
. . . has excellent speed and bench presses 300 pounds 
. . . freshman in '73 and did not play 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 a freshman . . . 
senior class president in high . . . born in Fort Knox, 



Kentucky. 







JIM ULAM 



MARLIN VAN HORN 



CHRIS WARD 



— 



KENNY WATSON 




CHUCK WHITE 



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KERVIN WYATT (65) — Junior 

6-2, 242 (10/17/57) Hillcrest Heights, Maryland 

Lettered on Gator Bowl Champions as quickside guard- 
tackle and on Cotton Bowl team as linebacker and offen- 
sive guard . . . potential starter at quickside tackle this 
fall . . . good quickness and bench presses 325 pounds 
... in seven games as a linebacker last fall he had 18 
tackles including two in the backfield and one for no 
gain . . . moved to offense for last five games including 
the Cotton Bowl . . . joined the varsity as a freshman 
due to several injuries to offensive linemen and played 
well . . . expressed desire to play linebacker and was 
given the chance there . . . All-State at Potomac high 
and played in Maryland All-Star game in Byrd Stadium 
. . . earned two letters as a pitcher on the baseball team 
in high and one in basketball . . . played in Cole Field 
House in state basketball championships citing that and 
beating Bowie high in football for the first time in Po- 
tomac history, 17-16, as his most memorable moments in 
sports . . . honored as Outstanding Young American by 
Rotary Club of Southern Prince George's County . . . 
born in Washington, D.C. 

MIKE YEATES (70) — Senior 

6-1, 237 (7/6/55) Kenmore, New York 

Two year letterman as the strongside offensive guard 
and the only starter returning on the offensive line for 



'76 . . . good quickness and bench presses 450 as the 
strongest man on the team . . . lettered as sophomore 
on Gator Bowl Champions and as junior starter on the 
Cotton Bowl Champions . . . also started several games 
as sophomore 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 the track team for 
three years and heavyweight wrestler for four years win- 
ning 10 letters in the three sports ... all Catholic honors 
two years in football and putting 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 Ot- 
tawa University in Kansas, brother Jeffery at Boston Col- 
lege and moving on to the Buffalo Bills, and a cousin 
Joe Erhmann an Ail-American at Syracuse and now 
with the Baltimore Colts . . . has played on three bowl 
teams for Maryland having joined the varsity as a fresh- 
man and has thrown the shot for the Maryland track 
team . . . born in Kenmore, New York. 









r 



^ s~ 





KERVIN WYATT 



MIKE YEATES 



MIKE CARNEY 



CRAIG COBURN 



SCOTT COLLINS 








SCOTT FANZ 



PETE GLAMP 



KEVIN HAUSSMANN 



JOHN KELLY 



PETE MARCHETTO 







SAM MEDILE 



DAVE NOWACKI 



JOHN PAPUCHIS 



LYLE PECK 




STEVE TRIMBLE 



29 



TERRAPIN HONORS FOR 1976 



ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE 
"COACH OF YEAR" 

Jerry Claiborne 

(3rd time in four years) 

DISTRICT III 

"Coach of Year" 
Jerry Claiborne 

ALL-ACC FIRST TEAM 

(110 Ballots Cast) 

Ken Roy — DB (109 votes) 

Joe Campbell — DT (108 votes) 

Brad Carr — LB (106 votes) 

Mark Manges — QB 

Ed Fulton — OG 

Tom Schick — OT 

Larry Seder — DG 

ALL-ACC ACADEMIC 

Jonathan Claiborne — SF 
Gene Ochap — C 
Bob Raba — TE 

ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE 
"Players of Week" 

Sept. 11 Offensive Line — Dave Conrad 

18 Offensive Back — Steve Atkins 
Defensive Line — Ralph Fisher 

25 Rookie — Charlie Johnson 

Oct. 2 Offensive Line — Gene Ochap 
Defensive Line — Larry Seder 

9 Defensive Line — Joe Campbell 
Defensive Back — Brad Carr 

16 Rookie — George Scott 

23 Defensive Back — Ken Roy 

30 Defensive Line — Joe Campbell 

Nov. 6 Offensive Back — Mark Manges 
Defensive Back — Ken Roy 

13 Defensive Back — Brad Carr 

20 Offensive Line — Dave Conrad 
Defensive Line — Larry Seder 

ACC PLAYER OF YEAR — RUNNER-UP 

by 11 votes — Mark Manges 

NCAA-CHEVROLET SCHOLARSHIP AWARDS 
(ABC-TV GAMES) 

Oct. 30 — Mark Manges, QB 

Nov. 13 — Alvin Maddox, TB 

— Joe Campbell, DT 



FOOTBALL TODAY "LINEMAN OF YEAR" 
Joe Campbell, DT 

TOUCHDOWN CLUB— Washington, D.C. 
PIGSKIN CLUB "LINEMAN OF YEAR" 

Joe Campbell, DT 

BROOKLAND CLUB "DEFENSrVE AWARD" 

Joe Campbell, DT 

ASSOCIATED PRESS "LINEMAN OF WEEK" 
Oct. 30 — Joe Campbell, DT 

SPORTS ILLUSTRATED "DEFENSIVE PLAYER" 
Oct. 30 — Joe Campbell, DT 

ALL-AMERICAN SELECTIONS 

(First Team) 

Joe Campbell, DT by Kodak-American Football 
Coaches, Football Writers, Sporting News, NEA, 
Football Today 

(Second Team) 

Joe Campbell, DT by Associated Press, UPI 

Mark Manges, QB by NEA 

Ed Fulton, OG by Football News 

(Third Team) 

Joe Campbell, DT by Football News 
Ken Roy, DB by Football News 

(Honorable Mention) 

Mark Manges, QB by AP, UPI, Football News 

Brad Carr, LB by AP 

Ed Fulton, OG by AP 

Ken Roy, DB by AP 

Tom Schick, OT by AP 

Larry Seder, DG by AP 

"FIESTA BOWL ALL-AMERICAN" 

Mark Manges, QB 

ALL-STAR GAMES 

Hula Bowl — Joe Campbell, DT 
Ed Fulton, OG 

Japan Bowl — Joe Campbell, DT 
Ed Fulton, OG 

Senior Bowl — Tim Wilson, FB 



ACC HONOR ROLL 



Jonathan Claiborne — DB 
Bill Fotta — LB 
Ralph Lary — DB 
Phil Livingston — OL 
Mike Miller — LB 



Joe Muffler — DE 
Gene Ochap — C 
John Stanford — DB 
Chris Ward — DB 
Ken Watson — DT 



30 



TELEVISION & RADIO COVERAGE 







1977 TELEVISION 


COVERAGE 


(LIVE AND DELAYED) 




Sept. 


10 


Clemson (Memorial Stadium) 




WJLA-TV 


(7) 


11:30 


Washington, D.C, 










WBFF-TV 


(45) 


11:00 


Baltimore, Md. 


Sept. 


17 


West Virginia (Byrd Stadium) 




WJLA-TV 


(7) 


11:30 


Washington, D.C. 










WBFF-TV 


(45) 


10:30 


Baltimore, Md. 


Sept. 


24 


Penn State (Beaver Stadium) 




WJLA-TV 


(7) 


1:50 


Washington, D.C. 






(Live-ABC Regional) 




WJZ-TV 


(13) 


1:50 


Baltimore, Md. 


Oct. 


8 


Syracuse (Byrd Stadium) 




WTOP-TV 


(9) 


11:30 


Washington, D.C. 










WBFF-TV 


(45) 


10:30 


Baltimore, Md. 


Oct. 


22 


Duke (Byrd Stadium) 




WTOP-TV 


(9) 


11:30 


Washington, D.C. 










WBFF-TV 


(45) 


10:30 


Baltimore, Md. 


Nov. 


12 


Richmond (Richmond Memorial 


Stadium) 


WJLA-TV 


(7) 


11:30 


Washington, D.C, 










WBFF-TV 


(45) 


10:30 


Baltimore, Md. 



WMAL-AM 630 Washington, D.C. 



Aberdeen 
Annapolis 

Baltimore 
Bel Air 
Cambridge 

Chestertown 
Easton 



WAMD-AM 

WNAV-AM 
WNAV-FM 
WCBM-AM 
WVOB-AM 
WCEM-AM 
WCEM-FM 
WCTR-AM 
WEMD-AM 
WEMD-FM 



970 
1430 
99.1 

540 
1520 
1240 

106.3 
1530 
1460 
96.7 



RADIO NETWORK 

ORIGINATING STATION 

(Mai Campbell with the Play-by Play Tim Brant doing the color) 



MARYLAND 

Emmitsburg WMSM-AM 960 

Frederick WFMD-AM 640 

WFRE-FM 99.9 

Hagerstown WARK-AM 1490 

WWCS-FM 106.9 

Havre de Grace WASA-AM 1330 

WHDG-FM 103.7 

Leonardtown WKIK-AM 1370 



Oakland 

Ocean City 
Pocomoke City 
Prince Frederick 
Salisbury 

Thurmont 
Westminster 



WMSG-AM 

WMSG-FM 

WETT-AM 

WDMV-AM 

WMJS-FM 

WBOC-AM 

WBOC-FM 

WTHU-AM 

WTTR-AM 

WTTR-FM 



1050 

92.1 
1590 

930 
92.7 

680 

104.7 
1450 
1470 

100.7 



VIRGINIA 



Covington 

Charlottesville 

Front Royal 
Hampton-Norfolk 

Lynchburg 
Roanoke 
Waynesboro 
Winchester 



WKEY-AM 

WKEY-FM 

WINA-AM 

WQMC-FM 

WFTR-AM 

WVEC-AM 

WVHR-FM 

WGOL-FM 

WRIS-AM 

WANV-AM 

WHPL-AM 



1340 

100.9 
1070 

95.3 
1450 
95.3 
101.3 
98.3 
1410 
970 
610 



WEST VIRGINIA 

Berkley Springs WCST-AM 1011 

WCST-FM 93.5 

Keyser WKLP-AM 1390 

Martinsburg WEPM-AM 1340 

PENNSYLVANIA 

Chambersburg WCBG-AM 1590 

Hanover WHVR-AM 1280 

WYCR-FM 98.5 

Harrisburg WTPA-FM 104.1 

DELAWARE 

Georgetown WSEA-FM 93.5 





Mai Campbell 



STRENGTH and QUICKNESS 



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

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

This past spring 70 players bench pressed 250 pounds 
or more and 50 of them topped 300 pounds. 

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. 

All-American Defensive Tackle Randy White has 
proven just what dedication and adherence to the pro- 
gram can accomplish. He enrolled at Maryland as a 
*2 12 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. 

Incoming freshmen have responded to this success and 
Claiborne's motivation to surpass previous records each 
year. 

The average speed of the squad this past spring was 
4.9 with 10 timed in 4.6 or better. 

Current backs bench pressing over 300 pounds include 
both offensive and defensive backs. Fullback Steve Koziol 
tops the backs bench pressing 420 pounds with Pete 
damp at 375 and Alvin Maddox 365 pounds. Steve 
Atkins, Lloyd Burruss and Mickey Dudish are among 
the 10 backs. 

Mike Yeates, the strongside offensive guard, tops the 
linemen bench pressing 450 pounds with Marlin Van 
Horn, Larry Stewart, and Richard Cummins all over the 
400 mark. 




PROGRESS CHART 
250 275 300 350 375 400 450 TTL 



Dec. 


1971 


5 


2 

















7 


Mar. 


1972 


17 


11 


8 














36 


Aug. 


1972 


16 


6 


19 


3 











44 


Mar. 


1973 


11 


13 


20 


3 











47 


Aug. 


1973 


10 


19 


17 


4 


2 


1 





53 


Mar. 


1974 


22 


11 


23 


7 


2 


4 





69 


Mar. 


1975 


8 


15 


25 


9 


2 


3 





62 


Mar. 


1976 


4 


16 


34 


8 


4 


2 


1 


69 


Mar. 


1977 


9 


11 


32 


8 


5 


4 


1 


70 




Minim' 




FIVE YEARS WITH CLAIBORNE 



Jerry Claiborne's FIVE YEAR RECORD at Maryland 
ranks among the best in the Nation with only 10 teams 
winning more games during the five year period. NCSS 
in ranking the Nation's Division One teams for the five 
year period has the Terrapins ranked among the leaders 
in seven categories. 

The Terps rank Sixth in RUSHING DEFENSE, 
Seventh in TOTAL DEFENSE, Eighth in SCORING 
DEFENSE, Fourteenth in WINNING PERCENTAGE, 
Fifteenth in SCORING OFFENSE, Twentieth in TOTAL 
OFFENSE and Twenty Fourth in PASSING OFFENSE. 

No other team is ranked in all seven of the categories 



the Terps are ranked in as six teams missed out in the 
Passing Offense. 

Over the five years the Terps have won .745 percent 
of their regular season games, while averaging 26.3 
points a game and allowing opponents only 12.2. The 
opponents have rushed for 131.0 yards a game with a 
total of only 250.0 yards per game. 

In contrast Maryland has passed for 153 yards a game 
with a total offense of 367.3 Oklahoma, Alabama, Mich- 
igan Southern California, Penn State, and Notre Dame 
were ranked with the Terps in all but the Passing Offense 
where they did not crack the top 25. 



32 




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. 



33 



MARYLAND SIGNEES FOR 1977 



NAME 


POS 


HGT 


WGT 


High School 


HOMETOWN 


Chris Barbiasz 


FB/LB 


6-3 


206 


Worcester Acad. 
Ware High 


Ware, Mass. 


Todd Benson 


TE/LB 


6-2 


205 


Altoona 


Altoona, Pa. 


Les Boring 


OG/DT 


6-4 


230 


Jefferson Union 


Richmond, Ohio 


George Brown 


TE/LB 


6-4 


213 


Wilkinsburg 


Pittsburgh, Pa. 


Nathan Brown 


DT/OT 


6-4 


250 


J. F. Kennedy 


Suffolk, Va. 


Russell Brown 


DT/OT 


6-5 


223 


Markham 


Ontario, Canada 


Bruce Byrom 


C 


6-4 


215 


Sto-Fox 


McKees Rocks, Pa. 


Jan Carinci 


WR/QB 


6-2 


195 


Agincourt C.C. 


Ontario, Canada 


Darnell Dailey 


LB 


6-4 


215 


Baltimore Poly 


Baltimore, Md. 


Joe DeMattio 


DT/OT 


6-3 


225 


Staples 


Westport, Conn. 


David Dixon 


FB 


6-3 


200 


H. L. Ferguson 


Newport News, Va. 


Mike Eastman 


FB/LB 


6-1 


210 


Shadyside Acad. 


Pittsburgh, Pa. 


Robert Gioia 


DT/OT 


6-4 


245 


Cresskill 


Cresskill, N.J. 


Arnold Goodgame 


FB 


6-3 


225 


Hyde School (Bath Mai 


ine) Cleveland, Ohio 


Larry Gregory 


WR/DB 


6-3 


187 


Perry Hall 


Kingsville, Md. 


Kip Jawish 


RB/MG 


6-2 


218 


Georgetown Prep 


Kensington, Md. 


Sam Johnson 


RD/DB 


6-0 


180 


Arundel 


Gambrills, Md. 


Robert Milkovich 


QB 


6-3 


210 


Thomas S. Wootton 


Rockville, Md. 


Dewey Raymond 


LB 


6-2 


210 


Brien McMahan 


Norwalk, Conn. 


Brian Riendeau 


OT 


6-3 


225 


Frank Cox 


Virginia Beach, Va. 


Mert Robinson 


TB/LB 


5-11 


205 


Wilkinsburg 


Pittsburgh, Pa. 


Jeff Rodenberger 


FB/LB 


6-3 


210 


Quakertown 


Trumbauersville, Pa. 


Jethroe Senior 


DG 


6-3 


225 


Northwestern 


Baltimore, Md. 


James Sommer 


FB/LB 


6-2 


225 


Bishop Guilfoyle 


Altoona, Pa. 


John Sturdivant 


TE/DE 


6-5 


210 


Bethel 


Hampton, Va. 


Michael Tice 


QB 


6-7 


225 


Central Islip 


Central Islip, N.Y. 


Greg Vanderhout 


FB/LB 


6-0 


225 


H. C. Concord 


Wilmington, Del. 


Todd Wright 


C/LB 


6-3 


220 


Valley Forge 


Parma Heights, Ohio 



Junior Varsity Results - 1976 

Maryland 34 Milford Prep 7 
41 Pittsburg 

48 Fork Union 



Junior Varsity Schedule ■ 


1977 


Sept. 16 Milford Prep 


Home 


Oct. 7 West Virginia 


Away 


Nov. 4 USMC-New 




River 


Home 


Nov. 18 Massanutten 


Home 




/ ^lr I : 



Dick Redding 

(Springfield '40) 

Junior Varsity Coach 



1976 JV STATISTICAL LEADERS 

TOUCHDOWNS: 

7 by Brad Senft, 2 run vs Pitt, 2 and 34 run vs 

Milford Prep, 5, 9, 21, 95 runs vs Fork Union 
4 by Jim Hagan, 21 pass from O'Hare vs Fork 

Union, 34 pass from McAfee vs Milford 

Prep, 12 pass from Dotter and 38 pass from 

O'Hare vs Pittsburgh 

2 by Craig Colburn, 9 run vs Fork Union, 1 run vs 

Pittsburgh 
1 by Sam Medile on 43 interception return vs 

Pittsburgh 
1 by Don Dotter on 17 run vs Milford Prep 
1 by Tim Brown on 51 run vs Milford Prep 
1 by Ken Yeager on 2 run vs Fork Union 

RUSHING: 

379 by Brad Senft on 46 carries for 8.2 average 
185 by Tim Brown on 26 carries for 7.1 average 
121 by Ken Yeager on 24 carries for 5.0 average 
104 by George Scott on 7 carries for 14.9 average 

PASS RECEIVING: 

Jim Hagan 10 for 155 yards and four touchdowns 

INTERCEPTIONS: 

3 by Sam Medile (2 vs Pitt for 55 yds and TD) 
3 by Jim Ford (2 vs Pitt for 31 yds) 

1 by John Baldante, Brian Mateara, Lyle Peck, 
Marlin Van Horn 



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OPPONENTS 

CLEMSON 

WEST VIRGINIA 
PENN STATE 

NORTH CAROLINA STATE 

SYRACUSE 

WAKE FOREST 

DUKE 

NORTH CAROLINA 

VILLANOVA 

RICHMOND 

VIRGINIA 




CLEMSON UNIVERSITY 

Sept. 10 1:00 P.M. 

Clemson, South Carolina 

Clemson Memorial Stadium 

(43,451) 

COACH: Charley Pell 

(Alabama '63) 

OVERALL RECORD: 33-13-1 

CLEMSON RECORD: First Year 



LOCATION: Clemson, South Carolina 29631 

ENROLLMENT: 11,383 

COLORS: Orange and Purple 

NICKNAME: Tigers 

CONFERENCE: Atlantic Coast 

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: Bill McLellan 

ASSISTANT COACHES: Dvvight Adams, Mickey An- 
drews, Danny Ford, Joe Kines, Buddy King, Jerry 
Kirk, Jimmye Laycock, Tom Moore, Willie Anderson, 
Rod Lanning 

TEAM STRENGTH: Passing Game 

TEAM WEAKNESS: Depth of overall squad 

LETTERMEN RETURNING: 45 

LETTERMEN LOST: 15 

TOP RETURNING BACKS: QB Steve Fuller, 
RB Warren Ratchford 

TOP RETURNING LINEMEN: SE Jerry Butler, 
OG Joe Bostic, OG Lacy Brumley 

TOP NEWCOMERS: OG Ron West, DB Al Latimer, 
DB Mike Juarez 

ALL-CONFERENCE CANDIDATES: QB Steve Fuller, 
SE Jerry Butler, OG Joe Bostic, DE Jonathan Brooks 

1976 HIGHLIGHTS: 28-9 season ending win over arch 
rival South Carolina 



SID 


—Bob Bradley 












OFFICE (803 


I 656-2101 








HOME (803 ; 


I 654-5419 






1976 RESULTS (3-6-2) 




1977 SCHEDULE 


10 


The Citadel 


7 


Sept. 


10 


Maryland 





Georgia 


41 




17 


at Georgia 


24 


Georgia Tech 


24 




24 


at Georgia Tech 


19 


Tennessee 


21 


Oct. 


1 


at Virginia Tech 


14 


Wake Forest 


20 




8 


Virginia 


18 


Duke 


18 




15 


at Duke 


21 


N.C. State 


38 




22 


N.C. State 


15 


Florida State 


12 




29 


Wake Forest 


23 


North Carolina 


27 


Nov. 


5 


at North Carolina 





Maryland 


20 




12 


Notre Dame 


28 


South Carolina 


9 




19 


at South Carolina 



38 




WEST VIRGINIA UNIVERSITY 

Sept. 17 1:30 P.M. 
College Park, Maryland 
Byrd Stadium (45,000) 

COACH: Frank Cignetti 

(Indiana (Pa.) '60) 

OVERALL RECORD: 5-6 

WEST VIRGINIA RECORD: 5-6 




THE PENNSYLVANIA 
STATE UNIVERSITY 

Sept. 24 1:50 P.M. 

(ABC-TV) 

University Park, Pennsylvania 

Beaver Stadium (60,203) 

COACH: Joe Paterno 
(Brown '50) 



OVERALL RECORD: 



101-23-1 
(11 years) 



PENN STATE RECORD: 101-23-1 



LOCATION: Morgantown, West Virginia 26505 

ENROLLMENT: 20,000 

COLORS: Old Gold and Blue 

NICKNAME: Mountaineers 

CONFERENCE: Independent 

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: Dr. Leland Byrd 

ASSISTANT COACHES: Jim Bates, Garrett Ford, Joel 
Hicks, Paul Moran, Joe Pendry, Gary Stevens, Mike 
Working, Donnie Young, Rick Trickett, Bill Lanham 

TEAM STRENGTH: Quarterback, Fullback, Receivers, 
Depth on offensive line 

TEAM WEAKNESS: Defensive line and overall defense 

LETTERMEN RETURNING: 36 

LETTERMEN LOST: 13 

TOP RETURNING BACKS: QB Dan Kendra, 

WR Steve Lewis, DB Tom Pridemore, FB Paul Lumley 

TOP RETURNING LINEMEN: OT Tom Creeden, 
MG Joe Helich, LB Jeff Macerelli, OT Wayne Gate- 
wood, C Clay Singletary 

TOP NEWCOMERS: RB Robert Alexander, DE Del- 
bert Fowler, LB Bob Tomko 

ALL-AMERICAN CANDIDATES: QB Dan Kendra, 
WR Steve Lewis 

ALL-REGIONAL CANDIDATES: OT Tom Creeden, 
DB Tom Pridemore, MG Joe Helich, LB Jeff Macerelli 

1976 HIGHLIGHTS: Won two of last three games, 
losing to Pittsburgh 24-16 

SID — Ron Steiner 

OFFICE (304) 293-2821 
HOME (304) 599-9096 



1976 RESULTS 


(5-6) 




1977 SCHEDULE 


28 


Villanova 


7 


Sept. 


10 


Richmond 


3 


Maryland 


24 




17 


at Maryland 


10 


Kentucky 


14 




24 


at Kentucky 


9 


Richmond 


6 


Oct. 


1 


at Virginia 


42 


Temple 







8 


Temple 


3 


Boston College 


14 




15 


Boston College 





Penn State 


33 




22 


at Penn State 


7 


Virginia Tech 


24 




29 


Villanova 


32 


Tulane 


28 


Nov. 


5 


Pittsburgh 


16 


Pittsburgh 


?4 




12 


Virginia Tech 


34 


Syracuse 


28 




19 


at Syracuse 



LOCATION: University Park, Pennsylvania 16802 

ENROLLMENT: 33,000 

COLORS: Penn State Blue and White 

NICKNAME: Nittany Lions 

CONFERENCE: Independent 

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: Edward M. Czekaj 

ASSISTANT COACHES: Dick Anderson, Booker 
Brooks, Greg Ducatte, Fran Ganter, Bob Phillips, 
John Rosenberg, Jerry Sandusky, J. T. White, Art 
Wilkins, Jim Williams 

TEAM STRENGTH: Depth at running back, wide 
receiver and linebacker 

TEAM WEAKNESS: Offensive line, lack of depth in 
defensive secondary 

LETTERMEN RETURNING: 31 

LETTERMEN LOST: 24 

TOP RETURNING BACKS: FL Jimmy Cefalo, 

QB Chuck Fusina, HB Steve Geise, HB Mike Guman, 
DB Neil Hutton, SF Gary Petercuskie, FB Matt Suhey, 
FB Bob Torrey 

TOP RETURNING LINEMEN: DE Bill Banks, 
OT Keith Dorney, LB Ron Hostetler, DT Tony 
Petruccio, TE Mickey Shuler 

ALL-AMERICAN CANDIDATES: FL Jimmy Cefalo, 
LB Ron Hostetler, SF Gary Petercuskie, TE Mickey 
Shuler 

ALL-EAST CANDIDATES: DE Bill Banks, QB Chuck 
Fusina, DB Neil Hutton, DT Tony Petruccio 

1976 HIGHLIGHTS: Gator Bowl was sixth consecutive 
bowl trip and had 38th straight year without a losing 
record 

SID — John Morris 

OFFICE (814) 865-1757 
HOME (814) 237-6321 



1976 RESULTS 


(7-5) 




1977 SCHEDULE 


15 


Stanford 




12 


Sept. 


2 


at Rutgers 


7 


Ohio State 




12 




17 


Houston 


6 


Iowa 




7 




24 


Maryland 


6 


Kentucky 




22 


Oct. 


1 


Kentucky 


38 


Army 




16 




8 


Utah State 


27 


Syracuse 




3 




15 


at Syracuse 


33 


West Virginia 









22 


West Virginia 


31 


Temple 




30 




29 


Miami 


41 


N.C. State 




20 


Nov. 


5 


at N.C. State 


21 


Miami 




7 




12 


Temnle 


7 


Pittsburgh 




24 




19 


at Pittsburgh 




GATOR BOWL 










9 


Notre Dame 




20 









39 




NORTH CAROLINA 
STATE UNIVERSITY 

Oct. 1, 1:30 P.M. 

Raleigh, North Carolina 

Carter Stadium (44,000) 

(Homecoming) 

COACH: Robert "Bo" Rein 
(Ohio State '68) 

OVERALL RECORD: 3-7-1 

N.C. STATE RECORD: 3-7-1 




SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY 

Oct. 8 1:30 P.M. 

College Park, Maryland 

Byrd Stadium (45,000) 

(Band Day) 

COACH: Frank Maloney 
(Michigan '62) 

OVERALL RECORD: 11-22 

(3 years) 

SYRACUSE RECORD: 11-22 



LOCATION: Raleigh, North Carolina 27607 

ENROLLMENT: 17,000 

COLORS: Red and White 

NICKNAME: Wolfpack 

CONFERENCE: Atlantic Coast 

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: Willis R. Casey 

ASSISTANT COACHES: Chuck Amato, Jim Cava- 
naugh, Bishop Harris, Bruce Johnson, Bobby Mauro, 
Jon Mirilovich, Darrell Moody, Bobby Morrison 

TEAM STRENGTH: Experience at the skill positions, 
Improved defense, strong kicking game 

TEAM WEAKNESS: Inexperienced offensive line with 
only one starter returning, lack of depth at many 
positions 

LETTERMEN RETURNING: 43 

LETTERMEN LOST: 16 

TOP RETURNING BACKS: RB Ted Brown, QB John- 
ny Evans, FB Billy Ray Vickers, RB Rickey Adams, 
FB Timmy Johnson, DB Ralph Stringer, DB Richard 
Carter 

TOP RETURNING LINEMEN: OG Ed Callaway, 
DT Bubba Green, MG A. W. Jenkins 

TOP NEWCOMERS: C Jim Ritcher, T Chris Dieterich, 
TE Jerry Browne, DE Joe Hannah 

ALL-AMERICAN CANDIDATES: DB Ralph Stringer, 
RB Ted Brown, DT Bubba Green 

ALL-ACC CANDIDATES: QB Johnny Evans, DB Rich- 
ard Carter, OG Ed Callaway, SE Elijah Marshall, 
LB Kyle Wescoe, C Jim Ritcher 

1976 HIGHLIGHTS: 21-13 win over North Carolina 
which finished the regular season 9-2 

SID — Ed Seaman 

OFFICE (919) 737-2102 
HOME (919) 829-9186 



LOCATION: Syracuse, New York 13210 

ENROLLMENT: 10,500 

COLORS: Orange 

NICKNAME: Orangemen 

CONFERENCE: Independent 

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: Lester H. Dye 

ASSISTANT COACHES: Jerry Angelo, Carl Battershell, 
Tom Coughlin, Dennis Fryzel, Jim Goodfellow, Nick 
Saban, Bill Spencer, Dave Zuccarelli 

TEAM STRENGTH: Veteran offensive line, QB Bill 
Hurley, Kicking game 

TEAM WEAKNESS: Explosive running backs, Proven 
defensive quality 

LETTERMEN RETURNING: 41 

LETTERMEN LOST: 12 

TOP RETURNING BACKS: QB Bill Hurley, RB Bob 
Avery, DB Larry King, KS Dave Jacobs 

TOP RETURNING LINEMEN: C Paul Colvin, 
OG Glenn Williams, DT Ken Clarke, 
DT Bernie Winters 

TOP NEWCOMERS: OT Craig Wolfley, TE Bruce 
Semall, RB Art Monk, LB John Kinley, LB Jim 
Collins 

ALL-AMERICAN CANDIDATES: DB Larry King, 
KS Dave Jacobs, QB Bill Hurley 

ALL-EAST CANDIDATES: DT Ken Clarke, SE Mike 
Jones, C Paul Colvin 

1976 HIGHLIGHTS: QB Bill Hurley rushed for 716 
yards and passed for 638 yards 

SID— Larry Kimball 

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



1976 RESULTS (3-7-1) 




1977 SCEDULE 


1976 RESULTS 


(3-8) 




1977 SCHEDULE 


12 


Furman 


17 


Sept. 


3 


East Carolina 


7 


Bowling Green 


22 


Sept. 


10 


at Oregon State 


18 


Wake Forest 


20 




10 


Virginia 


3 


Iowa 


41 




17 


N.C. State 


14 


East Carolina 


23 




17 


at Syracuse 


28 


Maryland 


42 




24 


Washington 


31 


Michigan State 


31 




24 


Wake Forest 


21 


Oregon State 


3 


Oct. 


1 


at Illinois 


24 


Indiana 


21 


Oct. 


1 


Maryland 


3 


Tulane 







8 


at Maryland 


6 


Maryland 


16 




8 


at Auburn 


3 


Penn State 


27 




15 


Penn State 


21 


North Carolina 


13 




15 


North Carolina 


24 


Temple 


16 




22 


at Pittsburgh 


38 


Clemson 


21 




22 


at Clemson 


13 


Pittsburgh 


23 




29 


Virginia 


7 


South Carolina 


27 




29 


South Carolina 


10 


Navy 


27 


Nov. 


5 


at Navy 


20 


Penn State 


41 


Nov. 


5 


Penn State 


14 


Boston College 


28 




12 


Boston College 


14 


Duke 


28 




12 


at Duke 


28 


West Virginia 


34 




19 


West Virginia 



40 




WAKE FOREST UNIVERSITY 

Oct. 15 1:30 P.M. 

Winston-Salem, North Carolina 

Groves Stadium (30,057) 

COACH: Chuck Mills 

(Illinois State '50) 

OVERALL RECORD: 75-81-4 

(16 years) 

WAKE FOREST RECORD: 10-33-1 
(4 years) 




DUKE UNIVERSITY 

Oct. 22 1:30 P.M. 

College Park, Maryland 

Byrd Stadium (45,000) 

(HOMECOMING) 



COACH: 



Mike McGee 
(Duke '60) 



OVERALL RECORD: 31-42-4 
(7 years) 

DUKE RECORD: 28-34-4 



LOCATION: Winston-Salem, North Carolina 27109 

ENROLLMENT: 3,143 

COLORS: Old Gold and Black 

NICKNAME: Demon Deacons 

CONFERENCE: Atlantic Coast 

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: Dr. Gene Hooks 

ASSISTANT COACHES: Steve Bernstein, Don Brown, 
Beattie Feathers, Mike Cook, Harry Elliott, Win 
Headley, Gene McKeehan, Vito Ragazzo, Eddie Wilson, 
Cliff Yoshida 

TEAM STRENGTH: Experienced Offense 

TEAM WEAKNESS: Young Defense especially at end 

LETTERMEN RETURNING: 34 

LETTERMEN LOST: 21 

TOP RETURNING BACKS: TB James McDougald, 
QB Mike McGlamry, DB James Royster, DB Dan 
Smading, FL Solomon Everett 

TOP RETURNING LINEMEN: TE Steve Young, 
C Larry Tearry, OT Jackie Robinson, DT Bruce 
Hopkins, NG Reuben Turner, LB Don Cervi, DT Steve 
Check, OG Carmen Frangiosa 

TOP NEWCOMERS: WR Tom Smith, DB Charlie 
Viana, OG Terry Blanch, LB Carlos Bradley, 
NG Dwayne Crayton 

ALL-AMERICAN CANDIDATES: TE Steve Young, 
RB James McDougald 

ALL-ACC CANDIDATES: C Larry Tearry, OT Jackie 
Robinson, LB Don Cervi, DB James Royster 

1976: HIGHLIGHTS: Closed season with upset victories 
over Duke 38-17 and South Carolina 10-7 

SID — Bruce Herman 

OFFICE (919) 761-5640 
HOME (919) 377-9141 



LOCATION: Durham, North Carolina 27706 

ENROLLMENT: 5,900 

COLORS: Blue and White 

NICKNAME: Blue Devils 

CONFERENCE: Atlantic Coast 

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: Tom Butters 

ASSISTANT COACHES: Ed Emory, Bill Faircloth, Mo 
Forte, John Gutekunst, Dennis Haglan, Dale Haupt, 
Dick Kemp, Red Wilson. 

TEAM STRENGTH: Linebackers and Offensive line 

TEAM WEAKNESS: Lack of depth 

LETTERMEN RETURNING: 28 

LETTERMEN LOST: 21 

TOP RETURNING BACKS: QB Mike Dunn, TB Mike 
Barney, FB Mike Addessa, DB Dan Brooks, DB Earl 
Cook, LB Carl McGee, LB Jim Reilly 

TOP RETURNING LINEMEN: OG Mike Sandusky, 
C Frank DeStefano, OT John Patterson, DE Jeff 
Green, DT Lyman Smith, DT Andy Schoenhoft, 
SE Tom Hall 

TOP NEWCOMERS: FB Ned Gonet, OT Marty Morris, 
SE Derrick Lewis 

ALL-AMERICAN CANDIDATES: QB Mike Dunn, 
LB Carl McGee 

ALL-ACC CANDIDATES: OG Mike Sandusky, 
SE Tom Hall, TB Mike Barney, DE Jeff Green, 
DB Dan Brooks, C Frank DeStefano 

1976 HIGHLIGHTS: Opened season with win at Ten- 
nessee 

SID— Tom Mickle 

OFFICE (919) 684-2633 
HOME (919) 489-3879 



1976 RESULTS (5-6) 




1977 SCHEDULE 


IS 


176 RESULTS (5-! 


5-D 




1977 SCHEDULE 


6 Virginia Tech 


23 


Sept. 


10 


Furman 


21 


Tennessee 


18 


Sept. 


10 


East Carolina 


20 N.C. State 


18 




17 


Vanderbilt 


6 


South Carolina 


24 




17 


at Michigan 


24 Vanderbilt 


27 




24 


at N.C. State 


21 


Virginia 


6 




24 


at Virginia 


13 Kansas State 





Oct. 


1 


at Purdue 


31 


Pittsburgh 


44 


Oct. 


1 


Navy 


Michigan 


31 




8 


at North Carolina 


20 


Miami 


7 




8 


at South Carolina 


20 Clemson 


14 




15 


Maryland 


18 


Clemson 


18 




15 


Clemson 


15 Maryland 


17 




22 


at Virginia 


3 


Maryland 


30 




22 


at Maryland 


17 Virginia 


18 




29 


at Clemson 


31 


Georgia Tech 


7 




29 


at Georgia Tech 


14 North Carolina 


34 


Nov. 


5 


Duke 


17 


Wake Forest 


38 


Nov. 


5 


at Wakt Forest 


38 Duke 


17 




12 


South Carolina 


28 


N.C. State 


14 




12 


N.C. State 


10 South Carolina 


7 




19 


at Virginia Tech 


38 


North Carolina 


39 




19 


North Carolina 



41 




UNIVERSITY OF 
NORTH CAROLINA 

Oct. 29 1:30 P.M. 
College Park, Maryland 
Byrd Stadium (45,000) 

COACH: Bill Dooley 

(Mississippi State '56) 

OVERALL RECORD: 61-50-1 

(10 years) 

UNC RECORD: 61-50-1 




VILLANOVA UNIVERSITY 

Nov. 5 1:30 P.M. 
College Park, Maryland 
Byrd Stadium (45,000) 

COACH: Richard "Dick" Bedesem 
(Villanova '53) 

OVERALL RECORD: 10-11-1 
(2 years) 

VILLANOVA RECORD: 10-11-1 



LOCATION: Chapel Hill, North Carolina 27514 

ENROLLMENT: 19,400 

COLORS: Carolina Blue and White 

NICKNAME: Tar Heels. 

CONFERENCE: Atlantic Coast 

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: Bill Cobey 

ASSISTANT COACHES: Gary Darnell, Jim Dickey, 
Jim Donnan, Tom Fletcher, Al Groh, John Guy, Tom 
Harper, Sandy Kinney, Pat Watson 

TEAM STRENGTH: Offensive Backfield and Defensive 

Line 
TEAM WEAKNESS: Lack of depth in offensive line and 

secondary 

LETTERMEN RETURNING: 36 

LETTERMEN LOST: 20 

TOP RETURNING BACKS: WB Mel Collins, FB Billy 
Johnson, QB Matt Kupec, SF Alan Caldwell, 
DB Bobby Cale 

TOP RETURNING LINEMEN: DT Dee Hardison, 
DE Ken Sheets, MG Dave Simmons, OG Mike Salzano, 
TE Brooks Williams 

TOP NEWCOMERS: TB Terence Burrell, OT Steve 
Junkman, QB P. J. Gay, TB Phil Farris 

ALL-AMERICAN CANDIDATES: DT Dee Hardison, 
DE Ken Sheets 

ATT -Arc CANDIDATES: WB Mel Collins, FB Billy 
Johnson, OG Mike Salzano, TE Brooks Williams, 
SF Alan Caldwell, MG Dave Simmons 

1976 HIGHLIGHTS: Played in Peach Bowl with 9-2 
record 

SID— Rick Brewer 

OFFICE (919) 933-2123 
HOME (919) 929-2721 



1976 RESULTS 

14 Miami (Ohio) 

24 Florida 

12 Northwestern 
34 Army 

3 Missouri 

13 N.C. State 
12 East Carolina 
34 Wake Forest 
27 Clemson 

31 Virginia 

39 Duke 

PEACH BOWL 

Kentucky 



(9-3) 



10 
21 


32 
24 
21 
10 
14 
23 

6 
38 

21 



1977 SCHEDULE 

Sept. 10 at Kentucky 



Oct. 



Nov. 



LOCATION: Villanova, Pennsylvania 19085 

ENROLLMENT: 5,500 

COLORS: Blue and White 

NICKNAME: Wildcats 

CONFERENCE: Independent 

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: Dr. Ted Aceto 

ASSISTANT COACHES: Ken Baker, Dick Bedesem, Jr., 
Bob Capone, Bill Cimochowski, Mike Danaher, Tim 
Erb, Lou Ferry, Walt Techtmann 

TEAM STRENGTH: Defensive secondary, Offensive 
backfield, Offensive line, Kicking game 

TEAM WEAKNESS: Defensive inside front line 

LETTERMEN RETURNING: 33 

LETTERMEN LOST: 13 

TOP RETURNING BACKS: FB Vince Thompson, 
RB Charlie Gross, DB Sean Collins, DB Dave Bauer, 
DB Joey Clark 

TOP RETURNING LINEMEN: C Chuck Lodge, 
OG Ken Zunic, DE Phil DiGiacomo 

TOP NEWCOMERS: RB Mike Gold, TE Howard Long, 
QB Pat O'Brien, RB Shawn Passman 

ALL-AMERICAN CANDIDATES: FB Vince Thompson 

ALL-REGIONAL CANDIDATES: DB Sean Collins, 
K Gus Fernandez, C Chuck Lodge 

1976 HIGHLIGHTS: Bedesem named UPI Coach of 
Week after upset of Boston College 22-3 and 24-7 win 
over Temple 

SID— Ted Wolff 

OFFICE (215) 527-2100 EXT 200 
HOME (215) 646-1582 



Sept. 



Oct. 



Nov 



17 


Richmond 


1976 RESULTS (6-4-1) 


24 


at Northwestern 


7 


West Virginia 


28 


1 


Texas Tech 


31 


Dayton 


30 


8 


Wake Forest 


17 


Illinois State 


19 


15 


at N.C. State 


9 


Maryland 


20 


22 


South Carolina 


7 


Richmond 


24 


29 


at Maryland 


24 


Delaware 


24 


5 


Clemson 


34 


Youngstown St. 


14 


12 


at Virginia 


22 


Boston College 


3 


19 


at Duke 


23 


Marshall 


10 






56 


Holy Cross 


21 






24 


Temple 


7 



1977 SCHEDULE 


10 


Youngstown St. 


17 


Ball State 


24 


Dayton 


1 


at William & Mary 


8 


at Army 


15 


Delaware 


22 


at Boston College 


29 


at West Virgina 


5 


at Maryland 


12 


at Holy Cross 


19 


Temple 



42 




UNIVERSITY OF RICHMOND 

Nov. 12 1:30 P.M. 

Richmond, Virginia 

City Stadium (22,000) 

(ACCA Shrine Bowl) 

COACH: Jim Tait 

(Mississippi St. '57) 

OVERALL RECORD: 15-17 

(3 years) 

RICHMOND RECORD: 15-17 




UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA 

Nov. 19 1:30 P.M. 
College Park, Maryland 
Byrd Stadium (45,000) 

COACH: Dick Bestwick 

(North Carolina '52) 

OVERALL RECORD: 2-9 

VIRGINIA RECORD: 2-9 



LOCATION: Richmond, Virginia 23173 

ENROLLMENT 6,000 

COLORS: Red and Blue 

NICKNAME: Spiders 

CONFERENCE: Independent 

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: Chuck Boone 

ASSISTANT COACHES: Buck Buchanan, Laurin Col- 
lins, Phil Elmassian, Jerry Foshee, Jeff Hanson, Tom 
Throckmorton 

TEAM STRENGTH: Experienced defensive unit, depth 
at RB and FB 

TEAM WEAKNESS: Must replace top three receivers, 
lack of overall depth 

LETTERMEN RETURNING: 32 

LETTERMEN LOST: 25 

TOP RETURNING BACKS: SF Jeff Nixon, FB Tim 
Thacker, DB Rickey Crawford 

TOP RETURNING LINEMEN: LB Orlandus Branch, 
OG Lou Bonato, DT Billy Cheshire, DE Mike Copley 

TOP NEWCOMERS: TE Chris Reich, OT Forest Paul- 
son, OT Dana Liller, MG Ken Gilliam, MG Ray 
Greaser, SF Jamie Carayiannis, SF Byron Williams 

ALL-AMERICAN CANDIDATES: SF Jeff Nixon, 
LB Orlandus Branch 

ALL-REGIONAL CANDIDATES: P Bruce Allen, 
DE Mike Copley, OG Lou Bonato, FB Tim Thacker 

1976 HIGHLIGHTS: Won Virginia Big Five Title and 
won the first ACCA Shrine Bowl, 16-0 over Virginia 
Tech 



LOCATION: Charlottesville, Virginia 22903 

ENROLLMENT: 16,000 

COLORS: Orange and Blue 

NICKNAME: Cavaliers 

CONFERENCE: Atlantic Coast 

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: Gene Corrigan 

ASSISTANT COACHES: Dave Braine, Brian Burke, 
Gene Epley, Dick Lage, Mark Landon, Lee Moon, 
Charlie Taaffe, Jack Williams 

TEAM STRENGTH: Experienced Secondary, excellent 
punting and return of 10 defensive starters. 

TEAM WEAKNESS: Lack of overall depth and speed 
and no proven quarterback 

LETTERMEN RETURNING: 33 

LETTERMEN LOST: 20 

TOP RETURNING BACKS: DB Tony Blount, DB Der- 
rick Glasper, DB Jau Morris, FB Skip Browning, 
FB Vince Mattox, Fl Andre Grier 

TOP RETURNING LINEMEN: OT Hans Baumann, 
OG Ric Zimmerman, LB Steve Potter, LB Sam Pfabe, 
DT Lee Browning, DT Grant Hudson 

TOP NEWCOMERS: NG Mike Budd, RB Paul Izlar, 
RB Tom Vigorito, SB Greg Taylor, QB Bryan Shu- 
mock, TE Mike Nemeyer, QB Ted Manly, LB Mark 
LaNeve, LB Larry Berrill 

ALL-AMERICAN CANDIDATES: LB Sam Pfabe 

ALL-ACC CANDIDATES: LB Steve Potter, OG Ric 
Zimmerman, FL Andre Grier, DT Lee Browning, 
DB Tony Blount, DB Derrick Glasper, P Russ 
Henderson 

1976 HIGHLIGHTS: 18-17 upset win at Winston- 
Salem over Wake Forest on last minute TD pass to 
Andre Grier 



SID 


i — Nick Boccella 










SID 


i — Barney Cooke 












OFFICE (804) 


285-6360 








OFFICE (804) 


924-3011 or 3205 




HOME (804) 


282-7462 








HOME (804) 


i 293-6791 






1976 RESULTS (5-6] 


I 




1977 SCHEDULE 


1976 RESULTS (2-9) 




1977 SCHEDULE 


7 


Tulsa 


22 


Sept. 


10 


at West Virginia 


17 


Washington 


38 


Sept. 


10 


at N.C. State 


7 


Maryland 


31 




17 


at North Carolina 





William & Mary 


14 




17 


at Texas 


43 


V.M.I. 







24 


Appalachian St. 


6 


Duke 


21 




24 


Duke 


6 


West Virginia 


9 


Oct. 


1 


North Texas St. 


14 


Georgia Tech 


35 


Oct. 


1 


West Virginia 


24 


Villanova 


7 




8 


at V.M.I. 


7 


South Carolina 


35 




8 


at Clemson 


7 


The Citadel 


20 




15 


at East Carolina 


10 


Virginia Tech 


14 




15 


at Virginia Tech 


13 


Furman 


9 




22 


Virginia Tech 


18 


Wake Forest 


17 




22 


Wake Forest 


19 


UT-Chattanooga 


28 




29 


at Georgia 


7 


V.M.I. 


13 




29 


at Syracuse 


10 


East Carolina 


20 


Nov. 


5 


Furman 


21 


Lehigh 


20 


Nov. 


5 


V.M.I. 


16 


Virginia Tech 







12 


Maryland 


6 


North Carolina 


31 




12 


North Carolina 


21 


William & Mary 


10 




19 


at William & Mary 





Maryland 


28 




19 


at Maryland 



43 



MARYLAND vs. #977 OPPONENTS 





(6-14-0) 




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 


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 


56-13 


1976 


Won 


30-3 




SYRACUSE 




(9-13-1) 




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 


24-7 


1976 


Won 

CLEMSON 
(14-10-1) 


42-28 


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 


1976 


Won 


20-0 



WAKE FOREST 




(17-7-1) 




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 


1976 


Won 


17-15 





N.C. STATE 




(14-15-4) 




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 


1976 


Won 


16-6 





VILLANOVA 




(5-2) 




1970 


Lost 


3-21 


1971 


Lost 


13-28 


1972 


Won 


37-7 


1973 


Won 


31-3 


1974 


Won 


41-0 


1975 


Won 


41-0 


1976 


Won 


20-9 





VIRGINIA 






(24-15-2) 




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 


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 


1 0-0 


1975 


Won 


62-24 


1976 


Won 


28-0 




RICHMOND 




(10-5-2) 




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 


1976 


Won 


31-7 


WEST VIRGINIA 




(8-6-2) 




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 


1976 


Won 


24-3 


PENN STATE 




(1-21-0) 




1917 


Lost 


0-57 


1937 


Lost 


14-21 


1938 


Lost 


0-33 


1939 


Lost 


0-12 


1943 


Lost 


0-45 


1944 


Lost 


19-34 


1960 


Lost 


9-28 


1961 


Won 


21-17 


1962 


Lost 


7-23 


1963 


Lost 


15-17 


1964 


Lost 


9-17 


1965 


Lost 


7-19 


1966 


Lost 


7-15 


1967 


Lost 


3-38 


1968 


Lost 


13-57 


1969 


Lost 


0-48 


1970 


Lost 


0-34 


1971 


Lost 


27-63 


1972 


Lost 


16-46 


1973 


Lost 


22-42 


1974 


Lost 


17-24 


1975 


Lost 


13-15 


NORTH CAROLINA 




(17-22-1) 




1S99 


Lost 


0-6 


1920 


Won 


13-0 


1921 


Lost 


7-16 


1922 


Lost 


3-27 


1923 


Won 


14-0 


1924 


Won 


6-0 


1925 


Lost 


0-16 


1926 


Won 


14-6 


1927 


Lost 


6-7 


1928 


Lost 


19-26 


1929 


Lost 


0-43 


1930 


Lost 


21-28 


1935 


Lost 


0-33 


1936 


Lost 


0-14 


1946 


Lost 


0-33 


1947 


Lost 


0-19 


1948 


Lost 


20-49 


1950 


Tie 


7-7 


1951 


Won 


14-7 


1953 


Won 


26-0 


1954 


Won 


33-0 


1955 


Won 


25-7 


1956 


Lost 


6-34 


1957 


Won 


21-7 


1958 


Lost 


0-27 


1959 


Won 


14-7 


1960 


Won 


22-19 


1961 


Lost 


8-14 


1962 


Won 


31-13 


1963 


Lost 


7-14 


1964 


Won 


10-9 


1965 


Lost 


10-12 


1967 


Lost 


0-14 


1968 


Won 


33-24 


1970 


Lost 


20-53 


1971 


Lost 


14-35 


1972 


Lost 


26-31 


1973 


Won 


23-3 


1974 


Won 


24-12 


1975 


Won 


34-7 



44 



#976 SEASON IN REVIEW (WO) 



Maryland 31 Richmond 

Steve Atkins rushed for 169 yards on 20 carries as 
Terps picked up 275 of 421 yards total offense on the 
ground. Tackle Dave Conrad was ACC Offensive Line- 
man of the week. 

Maryland with Manges at QB scored on three 80 yard 
drives and had another of 88 yards. Manges threw a 
pair of touchdown passes while hitting on 7 of 11 tosses. 

Linebacker Brad Carr was in the game for 57 plays on 
defense and was in on the tackle on 24 plays, 1 1 first hits 
and 13 assists. 

Richmond ran for 240 yards and one touchdown but 
failed to score from six inches away after a first down 
on the six yard line. 

Richmond 7 — 7 

Maryland 14 10 7 — 31 

Rich. — Ruffin 3 run (Jones kick) 

Md. — Richards 45 pass from Manges (Sochko kick) 

Md. — Wilson 1 run (Sochko kick) 

Md. — White 31 Dass from Manges (Sochko kick) 

Md. — Sochko 36 FG 

Md. — Maddox 9 run (Sochko kick) 

Richmond Maryland 

First Downs 21 21 

Rushing 60-240 45-275 

Passing 100 246 

Passes 7-17-1 7-11-1 

Punts 3-42.0 2-36.5 

Fumbles Lost 1 1 

Yards Penalized 5 33 



Maryland 24 West Virginia 3 

Steve Atkins rushed for 133 yards in three quarters of 
play and was named ACC back of the week, Terps rush- 
ed for 303 yards while limiting the Mountaineers to only 
25 on their home field (artificial turf). 

Terp defense outstanding with Tackle Ralph Fisher 
named ACC defensive lineman of the week with five 
tackles in the West Virginia backfield and 10 in the 
game. 

Maryland lost two starters with knee injuries in first 
quarter in offensive guard Mike Yeates and defensive 
signal caller and linebacker Mike Miller (4 to 6 weeks). 

Mark Manges completed 9 of 12 passes for 119 yards 
and a touchdown while also rushing for 68 yards. Doug 
Harbert and Ken Roy had interceptions. 

Maryland 7 14 3 — 24 

West Virginia 3 — 3 

Md. — Manges 2 run (Sochko kick) 

W.V.— McKenzie 29 FG 

Md. — Atkins 15 run (Sochko kick) 

Md. — White 31 pass from Manges (Sochko kick) 

Md. —Sochko 22 FG 

Maryland West Virginia 

First Downs 24 9 

Rushing 62-303 30-25 

Passing 119 132 

Passes 9-13-1 12-19-2 

Punts 5-33.8 7-43.4 

Fumbles Lost 2 I 

Yards Penalized 76 45 




45 



Maryland 42 Syracuse 28 

Steve Atkins rushed for a school record 215 yards on 
29 carries and scored three times as Terps rushed for 372 
yards and rolled up 463 yards total offense. 

Mark Manges completed 6 of 10 passes with one touch- 
down toss and also ran for 82 yards on 16 carries. 

John Stanford ran an interception back 24 yards for 
a touchdown while Doug Harbert and tackle Ralph 
Fisher also picked up interceptions. 

Maryland scored on drives of 53, 63, 76, and 78 yards 
with Atkins contributing a 76 yard run for the last score 
of tht game. 

Tom Schick moved from Quickside tackle to strong- 
side guard to replace Mike Yeates with John Zernhelt 
starting at his tackle spot. 

Maryland 14 7 21 — 42 

Syracuse 14 14 — 28 

Md. — Atkins 1 run (Sochko kick) 

Md. — Wilson 1 run (Sochko kick) 

Syr. — Jones 16 pass from Farneski (Jacobs kick) 

Syr. — Hurley 5 run (Jacobs kick) 

Md. — Kinney 29 pass from Manges (Sochko kick) 

Md. — Stanford 24 run interception (Sochko kick) 

Md. — Atkins 11 run (Sochko kick) 

Syr. — Avery 11 run (Jacobs kick) 

Syr. — Avery 2 run (Jacobs kick) 

Md. — Atkins 76 run (Sochko kick) 

Maryland Syracuse 

Firts Downs 25 14 

Rushing 62-372 51-173 

Passing 91 43 

Passes 6-10-1 3-15-3 

Punts 4-42.5 8-38.7 

Fumbles Lost 2 1 

Yards Penalized 50 72 



Maryland 20 Villanova 9 

Maryland and Villanova played in driving rain 
throughout the game. A high snap from center by Terps 
resulted in safety as Mike Sochko picked ball up on nine 
and ran it into the end zone taking the safety. Villanova 
added a first quarter touchdown after tipped pass led to 
interception and gave Villanova ball on Md. 8. 

Villanova led 9-6 at half without benefit of a first 
down, and did not pick up a first down until last possses- 
sion of third quarter. 

Maryland came out in third quarter and ran 11 con- 
secutive plays inside tackle and straight up the middle 
of the field where the footing was better. Manges passed 
up the middle to Chuck White for a 48 yard score also 
in third quarter. 

Steve Atkins rushed for 89 yards breaking his string 
of five consecutive games of 125 yards or more rushing. 

Gene Ochap at center and Larry Seder at defensive 
guard were the ACC linemen of the week as Seder con- 
tributed 14 tackles with both starting defensive guards 
out with injuries. 

Villanova 9 — 9 

Maryland 6 14 — 20 

Md. — Richards 6 run (kick failed) 

Vill. — Safety 

Vill. — Serge 1 run (Fernandez kick) 

Md. —Wilson 13 run (Sochko kick) 

Md. — White 48 pass from Manges (Sochko kick) 

Villanova Maryland 

First Downs 5 22 

Rushing 47-64 63-222 

Passing 18 61 

Passes 2-3-0 2-5-1 

Punts 8-36.0 2-35.0 

Fumbles Lost 2 2 

Yards Penalized 55 55 




46 



Maryland 16 North Carolina State 6 

Steve Atkins was injured in first half, carried only 16 
times for 57 yards and did not play again during the 
season after picking up 621 yards in four and a half 
games. Alvin Maddox took over at tailback and rushed 
for 138 yards on 21 carries against Wolfpack. 

Quarterback Mark Manges completed 10 of 14 passes 
for 147 yards and converted nine key third down situa- 
tions. 

Tackle Joe Campbell was named ACC lineman of 
week for his 14 tackles, fumble recovery and pass rush 
that resulted in two blocked passese. Linebacker Brad 
Carr had 16 tackles including a sack, a td saving tackle, 
an interception, and a blocked pass. 

Terps set league record with 16th consecutive ACC 
win in Raleigh. 

Maryland 13 3 — 16 

N.C. State 6 — 6 

NCS — Brown 3 run (run failed) 
Md. — Atkins 2 run (kick failed) 
Md. — Wilson 18 run (Sochko kick) 
Md. —Sochko 19 FG 

Maryland North. Carolina State 

First Downs 19 13 

Rushing 61-240 48-208 

Passing 147 48 

Passes 10-14-0 3-17-2 

Punts 5-36.4 5-48.4 

Fumbles Lost 2 2 

Yards Penalized 53 46 





■'■t'^rr**^ 



V^V-ir >* >%*£K! 5 a. 



Maryland 17 Wake Forest 15 

Freshman George Scott came off the bench, after Alvin 
Maddox was injured, to lead the Terp runners with 83 
yards on 17 carries. 

Maryland led 17-7 with 2:10 remaining in game and 
had Wake Forest with a 2nd and 25 on the Deacons 14 
with reserves in game. Deacons completed three passes 
and had 71 of their total 238 yards on the drive scoring 
with 1:29 remaining, then passed for two points. 

Jonathan Claiborne broke up two Deacon passes in 
closing seconds and Joe Campbell picked up a quarter- 
back sack on final play of game to preserve the close win. 

Campbell had 14 tackles in game as Deacons were held 
to 55 yards rushing but passed for 183 yards. 

The Wake Forest touchdown in the second quarter was 
the last of the season to be scored on the Terps on the 
ground. 

Wake Forest 7 8 — 15 

Maryland 7 10 — 17 

Md. — Wilson 47 pass from Manges (Sochko kick) 
W.F. — McDougald 1 run (Hely kick) 
Md. — Scott 1 run (Sochko kick) 
W.F. — Millner 29 pass from McGlamry (Everett pass 
from McGlamry) 

Wake Forest Maryland 

First Downs 13 15 

Rushing 41-55 56-197 

Passing 183 74 

Passes 11-24-1 5-11-1 

Punts 6-35.0 6-42.1 

Fumbles Lost 2 

Yards Penalized 51 65 



47 



Maryland 30 Duke 3 

Duke had not lost in ACC in last seven league games 
and had earlier scored 31 points against Pittsburgh. 
Terps held Blue Devils without a touchdown and only 
100 yards rushing. 

Mike Miller and Mike Yeates. injured against West 
Virginia both returned to see limited action. 

Freshman George Scott rushed for 96 yards in game 
and Mark Manges completed 10 of 17 first half passes as 
Terps led 20-3 at the half and 30-3 after three quarters. 

Tight End Bob Raba caught a pair of touchdown 
passes from Manges as the Terp QB converted 6 of 10 
third down and a fourth down in the first half. 

John Douglas, defensive end in his first start returned 
an interception 21 yards, picked off a pitchout on the 
Duke 29 recovered a fumble and had a quarterback sack 
among his seven tackles. 



Maryland 
Duke 



7 13 10 — 30 
3 0—3 



Md. — Scott 1 run (Sochko kick) 

Md. — Raba 11 pass from Manges (kick failed) 

Duke — Fusco 46 FG 

Md. — Raba 3 pass from Manges (Sochko kick) 

Md. —Sochko 37 FG 

Md. — Manges 1 run (Sochko kick) 

Maryland 

Fist Downs 25 

Rushing 57-239 

Passing 127 

Passes 15-26-0 

Punts 2-46.0 

Fumbles Lost 

Yards Penalized 41 



Duke 

15 

35-100 

134 

9-22-3 

4-35.0 

2 

72 





■ ******** *400Cm*p 



Maryland 24 Kentucky 14 

Alvin Maddox returned to starting lineup and rushed 
for 129 yards on 27 carries with George Scott sidelined. 
Tim Wilson added 81 yards and a pair of touchdowns in 
the ABC Regional TV game. Mark Manges completed 
10 of 14 passes and earned the $1,000 scholarship as the 
offensive player of the game for Maryland. 

Tackle Joe Campbell was named the AP National 
Lineman of the Week and the Sports Illustrated Defen- 
sive Player of the Week for his 22 tackles including a 
QB sack. 

Kentucky scored in first and fourth quarters on long 
passes but Terps scored twice in second quarter, added 
a td in third and field goal in fourth. 

Manges completed 54 yard drive with 10 yard run and 
Dean Richards set up score with 49 yard punt return. 
Terps took second half kickoff and drove 77 yards in 
17 plays. 

Linebacker Brad Carr contributed 16 tackles for the 
Terps. 

Kentucky 7 7 — 14 

Maryland 14 7 3 — 24 

Ky. — Dickerson 26 pass from Ramsey (Pierce kick) 

Md. — Manges 10 run (Kick failed) 

Md. — Wilson 5 run (Manges run) 

Md. — Wilson 2 run (Loncar Kick) 

Md.— Loncar 31 FG 

Ky. — Brooks 52 pass from Ramsey (Pierce kick) 

Kentucky Maryland 

First Downs 10 18 

Rushing 45-119 64-200 

Passing 100 95 

Passes 5-11-1 10-15-95 

Punts 9-30.1 6-40.6 

Fumbles Lost 1 

Yards Penalized 34 70 



48 



Maryland 21 Cincinnati 

Quarterback Mark Manges, the ACC back of the week, 
had 273 yards total offense with 11 of 19 passes for 151 
yards and two touchdowns and 72 yards rushing. 

Defensive back Ken Roy also earned ACC defensive 
back honors for his pass defense, picking off a fumble in 
mid-air, and knocking the ball loose from several re- 
ceivers with hard tackles. 

Dean Richards, Vince Kinney and Chuck White each 
caught three passes with Richards and Kinney scoring. 
Terps drove 53, 80 and 47 yards for scores. 

Coach Jerry Claiborne picked up his 100th coaching 
victory with the shutout running his record to 100-54-4. 



Cincinnati 
Maryland 



0— 
7 7 7 — 21 



Md. — Maddox 1 run (Loncar kick) 

Md. — Kinney 21 pass from Manges (Loncar kick) 

Md. — Richards 20 from Manges (Loncar kick) 

Cincinnati Maryland 

First Downs 10 20 

Rushing 29-100 62-204 

Passing 80 151 

Passes 10-20-0 11-20-1 

Punts 8-44.1 6-40.1 

Fumbles Lost 3 

Yards Penalized 107 96 




Maryland 20 Clemson 

Alvin Maddox rushed for 132 yards on 21 carries and 
Vince Kinney caught 4 passes including a td toss from 
Mark Manges but again it was the defense that was out- 
standing with second consecutive shutout. 

Linebacker Brad Carr with 16 tackles, a fumble re- 
covery and QB sack was the ACC defensive back of the 
week as the Terps stut off Clemson at the Terps' nine, 
12 twice and 16 yard line without a score. 

Freshman Llloyd Burruss replaced Doug Harbert, knee 
injury, in the secondary and had a fine game with six 
tackles and excellent pass defense. 

Maryland rushed for 287 yards and Ken Roy picked 
up his fourth interception of season. ABC Regional TV 
game with Joe Campbell and Maddox picking up schol- 
arship awards for the University. 

Clemson — 

Maryland 7 7 6 — 20 

Md. — Richards 6 run (Loncar kick) 

Md. — Kinney 33 pass from Manges (Loncar kick) 

Md.— Scoot 2 run (Kick failed) 

Clemson Maryland 

First Downs 13 18 

Rushing 49-141 57-287 

Passing 99 99 

Passes 5-19-1 6-17-1 

Punts 7-36.0 7-38.0 

Fumbles Lost 3 1 

Yards Penalized 15 46 

Maryland 28 Virginia 

Freshman George Scott rushed for 124 yards as Terps 
rolled up 335 on the ground and 436 yards total offense 
while recording their third consecutive shutout. 

Dave Conrad finished the season as he started it with 
ACC offensive lineman of the week honors. Larry Seder 
once again picked up league honors for his defensive line 
play that helped hold Virginia to 59 yards rushing on 31 
carries and only 166 yards in the game. Ken Roy almost 
picked up a QB sack while breaking up a fake field goal 
attempt. 

Chuck White caught four passes, including a td toss 
and Lloyd Burruss returning to his hometown as a fresh- 
man starter picked off his first collegiate interception. 
Safety John Stanford picked off his fourth pass of the 
season. 

Maryland 7 7 14 — 28 

Virginia — 

Md. — Richards 5 run (Loncar kick) 

Md. — Scott 1 run (Loncar kick) 

Md. — Scott 1 run (Loncar kick) 

Md. — White 6 pass from Dotter (Loncar kick) 

Maryland Virginia 

First Downs 27 13 

Rushing 65-335 31-59 

Passing 101 107 

Passes 9-15-1 14-33-2 

Punts 3-36.0 7-12.0 

Fumbles Lost 3 1 

Yards Penalized 86 59 



49 



1976 TEAM STATISTICS 



Maryland Opponents 



Total Points . . . 
Game Average 



First Downs (Total) 

Rushing 

Passing 

Penalty 



273 
24.8 

234 

155 

56 

23 



Total Net Offensive Yards 4092 

Total Plays (Run, Pass) 811 

Game Average 372.6 

Play Average 5.1 



Net Yards Rushing 

Number of Rushing Plays . . 
Total Yards Gained Rushing 
Yards Lost Rushing 



2874 

654 

3159 

285 



Net Rush Game Average 261.3 

Net Rush Play Average 4.4 



Net Yards Passing 

Passes Attempted 

Passes Completed 

Passes Had Intercepted 
Touchdown Passes 



1218 

157 

90 

8 

12 



Net Pass Game Average 110.7 



Net Pass Play Average 

Punting Average 

Number of Punts 
Punting Yardage 
Punts Had Blocked 



7.8 

38.4 

52 

1996 

1 



85 

7.7 

136 
75 
75 
11 

2221 
666 

201.9 
3.3 

1284 
466 

1630 

346 

116.7 

2.8 

1037 

200 

81 

16 

4 

94.2 

5.2 

38.8 

72 

2796 






Number of Fumbles 
Fumbles Lost . . . 



Number of Penalties 
Yards Penalized 



Kickoff Return Average 
Number of Returns 
Kickoff Return Yardage 



Punt Return Average 

Number of Returns 

Punt Return Yardage 

Avg. Return Per Total Punts 

Number of Interceptions .... 
Yards Interception Returns 



Touchdowns Scored 

Rushing 

Passing 

Other 



Extra Points Scored 

Kicking 

Running 

Passing 



Field Goals Scored-Attempted 
Safeties Scored 



Maryland Opponents 



23 
17 

60 
671 

22.3 

17 
379 

7.3 

31 

227 

3.1 

18 
129 

37 
24 
12 

1 

33 

31 

2 



6-20 




27 
17 

56 
561 

18.5 
44 

814 

7.1 

22 

156 

3.0 

8 
106 

11 

7 
4 


11 

9 

2 

2-13 

1 




50 



1976 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS 







RUSHING 












SCORING 








PLAYER 


TC 


YDS. 


TD 


AVG. 


LP 


PLAYER 


TD 


FG K-EP 


2pt 


SAF 


TP 










[per play) 




Wilson 


7 










42 
36 


Maddox 


141 


678 


2 


4.8 


63 


Sochko 





5 


21 






Atkins 


108 


621 


5 


5.8 


76 


Atkins 


5 










30 


Wilson 


138 


610 


6 


4.4 


26 


Richards 


5 










30 


Manges 


125 


448 


3 


3.6 


40 


Scott 


5 










30 


Scott 


82 


369 


5 


4.5 


18 


White 


4 










24 
20 


Richards 


23 


92 


3 


4.0 


14 


Manges 


3 






1 




Black 


10 


46 





4.6 


8 


Kinney 


3 










18 


Koziol 


8 


31 





3.9 


6 


Loncar 





1 


10 






13 


Dudish 


6 


14 





2.3 


6' 


Raba 


2 










12 


White 


2 


14 





7.0 


10 


Maddox 


2 










12 


O'Hare 


4 


13 





3.3 


13 


Stanford 


1 










6 


Dick 


6 


-19 























TEAM 


1 


-43 


































TOTALS 


37 


6 


31 


1 





273 


TOTALS 


654 


2874 


24 


4.4 


63 


OPPONENT 


11 


2 


9 


1 


1 


85 


OPPONENTS 


466 


1284 


7 


2.8 


35 






























INTERCEPTIONS 








RF 


































PLAYER 


NO. 


YDS. 




AVG. 


TD 


LP 


PLAYER 


NO. 


YDS. 


AVG. 


TD 


LP 


Stanford 


4 


55 




13.8 


1 


31 


White 


23 


402 


17.5 


4 


48 


Roy 


4 


11 




2.8 





9 


Kinney 


21 


298 


14.2 


3 


33 


Harbert 


2 


36 




18.0 





36 


Richards 


15 


190 


12.7 


2 


45 


Douglas 


2 


21 




10.5 





21 


Raba 


11 


145 


13.2 


2 


28 


Carr 




6 




6.0 





6 


Wilson 


8 


104 


13.0 


1 


47 


Fisher 















Maddox 


5 


17 


3.4 





9 


Muffler 















Dudish 


2 


24 


12.0 





16 


Fotta 















Schmaltz 


2 


15 


7.5 





10 


Reid 















Dotter 


2 


14 


7.0 





15 


Burruss 















Atkins 


1 


9 


9.0 





9 




— 


— 







— 


— 




— 







— 


— 


TOTALS 


18 


129 




7.2 


1 


36 


TOTALS 


90 


1218 


13.5 


12 


48 


OPPONENT 


8 


106 




12.5 





24 


OPPONENTS 


81 


1037 


12.8 


4 


52 





















PASSING 








KICKOFF RETURNS 














YDS. PER 


PLAYER 


NO. 


YDS. 


AVG. 


TD 


LP 


PLAYER 


ATT. 


COMP. 


INT. PCT. 


YDS. TD COMP. LP 


Roy 


12 


252 


21.0 





56 


Manges 


139 


81 


8 .583 


1145 11 


14.1 48 


Atkins 


2 


79 


39.5 





59 


Dick 


13 


7 


.539 


60 


8.6 16 


Richards 


2 


44 


22.0 





23 


Richards 


2 


1 


.500 


7 


7.0 7 


Dudish 


1 


4 


4.0 





4 


Dotter 


1 


1 


1000 


6 1 


6.0 6 



















O'Hare 


2 





.000 





0.0 


TOTALS 


17 


379 


22.3 





59 














OPPONENT 


44 


814 


18.5 





31 


TOTALS 


157 


90 


8 .573 


1218 12 


13.5 48 














OPPONENT 


200 


81 


16 .405 


1037 4 


12.8 52 




























PUNT 


RETURNS 










PUNTING 






PLAYER 


NO. 


YDS. 


AVG. 


TD 


LP 


PLAYER 




NO. 


YDS. 


AVG. 


LP 


Richards 


11 


94 


8.6 





49 


Sochko 




51 


1996 


39.1 


65 


Roy 


19 


123 


6.5 





14 


Team 




1 









Claiborne 


1 


10 


10.0 





10 


TOTALS 




52 


1996 


38.4 


65 


TOTALS 


31 


227 


7.3 





49 


OPPONENT 




72 


2796 


38.8 


57 


OPPONENT 


22 


156 


7.1 





14 



51 



1976 DEFENSIVE STA TISTICS 





POS 


GP 


TKLS 


1st 


ASST 


MINUS 


PLAY 


NO 


QB 


BLKD 


CAUS 


REC 


PASSES 










HIT 




NO 


YDS 


GAIN 


SACK 


PASS 


FUMB 


FUMB 


INT- 


YDS-TD 


Carr 


LB 


11 


157 


78 


79 


9 


23 


8 


4 


1 


3 


1 


1 


6 


Campbell 


T 


11 


118 


53 


65 


8 


37 


9 


6 


7 


1 


1 






Seder 


G 


11 


100 


60 


40 


6 


24 


3 


5 


2 


1 


1 






Palmer 


G 


11 


78 


34 


44 


4 


14 


3 


1 








1 






Fisher 


T 


11 


77 


38 


39 


8 


38 


2 


5 








1 


1 




Olkewicz 


LB 


9 


64 


29 


35 


3 


14 


1 


2 


1 












Fotta 


LB 


11 


61 


23 


38 








3 





1 








1 




Roy 


B 


11 


60 


21 


39 














1 





1 


4 


11 


Salley 


G 


9 


56 


27 


29 


8 


22 


6 


4 








2 






Douglas 


E 


11 


53 


22 


31 


4 


20 


2 


1 


2 


2 


2 


2 


21 


Johnson 


T 


11 


52 


29 


23 


6 


47 


1 


5 





2 


1 






Garber 


E 


11 


50 


23 


27 


14 


54 


1 


6 


2 


2 


1 






Miller 


LB 


7 


49 


27 


22 


3 


3 


4 








1 


1 






Stanford 


SF 


11 


48 


22 


26 























4 


55 1 


Klaube 


C 


8 


44 


22 


22 


3 


15 


1 


3 















Claiborne 


SF 


11 


36 


18 


17 



























Calta 


E 


6 


33 


12 


21 


2 


19 





2 


1 


1 









Harbert 


B 


9 


33 


13 


20 








1 














2 


36 


Burruss 


B 


11 


27 


13 


14 


1 


10 





1 











1 




Muffler 


E 


9 


23 


9 


14 


2 


14 





1 


1 








1 




Ward 


B 


11 


19 


6 


13 














1 












Watson 


T 


10 


19 


7 


12 


1 


7 





1 















Odell 


LB 


6 


19 


7 


12 



























Sochko 


K 


11 


18 


4 


14 




















1 






Wyatt 


LB* 


7 


18 


10 


8 


2 


6 


1 





1 












Shaffer 


E 


8 


14 


4 


10 



























Pelanda 


E 


6 


8 


3 


5 














1 












Van Horn 


G 


3 


4 


2 


2 


1 


8 





1 















Gall 


T 


1 


2 


1 


1 

















1 


1 






Matera 


LB 


3 


2 





2 














1 












Ford 


B 


4 


2 


1 


1 



























Reid 


B 


3 


1 





1 























1 





* Wyatt moved to offensive line 

NOTE: Ken Roy blocked field goal attempt against Wake Forest. 



SCORE BY QUARTERS: 


FIRST 


SECOND 


THIRD 


FOURTH 


TOTAL 


OPPONENTS 


22 


34 





29 


— 85 


MARYLAND 


55 


96 


62 


60 


— 273 



Jonathan Claiborne, Maryland's starting defensive 
safety not only excelled for the Terapins, 11-0 regular 
season and Cotton Bowl team, in 1976 but was perfect 
in the classroom receiving straight A's for the 1976-77 
year. 

Claiborne, a senior is the son of Head Coach Jerry 
Claiborne. 

Claiborne's 4.0 average included such courses as Inter- 
mediate Accounting, Advanced Accounting, Business 
Policies, Auditing Theory and Practice, Business Law, 
Business Finance, Afro-American History, American 
Colonial History, and American Frontier History among 
others. 



With Claiborne as the deep safety the Maryland Foot- 
ball team recorded three consecutive shutouts at the end 
of the 1976 season as the Terps ranked third in the nation 
in scoring defense, 7.7 points a game, and second in total 
defense, 211 yards a game. He obviously was on the of- 
fense in the classroom. 

Coach Jerry Claiborne has been named to the NCAA 
Football Rules Committee as one of the six Division 
One representatives. Claiborne also serves on the NCAA 
Professional Sports Liaison Committee. 

Sports Information Director Jack Zane has been ap- 
pointed to the NCAA Public Relations Committee for the 
coming year, as one of eight Division One representatives. 



52 



1977 COTTON BOWL STA TiSTKS 



MARYLAND 

HOUSTON 

SCORING: Md — Manges, 6 run (Loncar kick) 
Sievers, 1 1 pass from Manges 

(Sochko kick) 
Wilson, 1 run (Sochko kick) 
UH — Thomas, 11 run (Coplin kick) 
Blackwell, 33 run (Coplin kick) 
Blackwell, 1 run (Coplin kick) 
Bass, 33 pass from Davis 

(kick failed) 
CopHn 28 FG 

ATTENDANCE: 58,500 

MARYLAND HOUSTON 

TOTAL FIRST DOWNS 17 20 

TOTAL NET YARDS 299 428 

OFFENSIVE PLAYS 72 72 

NET YARDS RUSHING 120 320 

NET YARDS PASSING 179 108 

ATT/COMP/INT 32/17/0 8/5/0 

PUNTS/AVG 5/52.4 4/35.8 

PUNTS HAD BLOCKED 1 

FUMBLES/LOST 1/1 4/3 

PENALTIES/YARDS 8/80 5/22 

TOTAL RETURN YARDS 117 74 




INDIVIDUAL 


RUSHING - 


- MARYLAND 






ATT 


YDS 


AVG 


LG 


Scott 


11 


47 


4.3 


15 


Manges 


14 


32 


2.3 


10 


Wilson 


9 


28 


3.1 


10 


Maddox 


5 


13 


2.6 


3 


Richards 


1 





0.0 






IQEQQQQQQQQQQQQQQEQEE 



PASSING 


ATT 




COMP 


YDS 


TD 


LG 


Manges 


32 




17 


179 


1 


21 


RECEIVING 


NO 


YDS 




TD 


LG 


Kinney 




5 


72 







21 


Wilson 




5 


26 







15 


Richards 




3 


39 







16 


Sievers 




2 


28 




1 


17 


Scott 




1 


11 







11 


White 




1 


3 







3 



Sievers First Collegiate TD 



FUMBLE RECOVERIES BY MARYLAND 
Larry Seder, Chip Garber, Mike Miller 

COTTON BOWL RECORD 

52 yard kickoff return by Ken Roy 



PUNTING: Mike Sochko punted five times for 262 
yards and a 52.4 average. A 77 yard punt rolled dead 
on Houston two. 



53 



1975 GATOR BOWL STATISTICS: 



MARYLAND 7 


3 





3 — 13 


FLORIDA 








0—0 


SCORING: Md.— Kim Hoover 


19 




pass from La 


rry 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 Gam Per Rush 




4.0 


3.4 


NET YARDS PASSING 




82 


28 


ATT/COM P INT 




16/7/0 


19/3/3 


Avg Gain Per Pass 




5.1 


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 



54 



#974 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 


16 


15 


TOTAL NET YARDS 


266 


238 


OFFENSIVE PLAYS 


66 


70 


Avg Gain Per Play 


4.0 


3.4 


NET YARDS RUSHING 


108 


173 


Rushing Plays 
Avg Gain Per Rush 


42 
2.6 


53 
3.3 


NET YARDS PASSING 


158 


65 


ATTEMPTS/ 

COMPLETIONS/ 
HAD INTERCEPTED 


24/15 
2 


16/7 



Avg Gain Per Pass Play 


6.6 


4.0 


PUNTS/AVERAGE 


6/41.0 


7/39.1 


FUMBLES/LOST 


3/3 


4/2 


PENALTIES/YARDS 


4/63 


8/69 


TOTAL RETURN YARDS 


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 



Carter 

W. White 

DeCarlo 

Bloomingdale 

Russell 

Roy 



NO 
6 
5 
1 

1 

1 

1 



YDS 
49 
68 
15 
12 
11 
3 





., * Hi 


B 


^laa^imggam 




B^^a^dl 




m - JBj 


^Hh^^S 





Russell with Carter Pass 
55 



LG 
17 
28 
15 
12 
11 
3 



i973 PEACH BOWL STATISTICS: 



MARYLAND 
GEORGIA 

SCORING: Ga. 

Md. 

Md. 
Ga. 
Ga. 

Md. 
Md. 



10 
10 



6—16 
0—17 



Pernios 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 



MARYLAND GEORGIA 

TOTAL FIRST DOWNS 15 11 

TOTAL NET YARDS 461 284 

OFFENSIVE PLAYS 70 72 

Avg. Gain Per Play 6.7 3.9 

NET YARDS RUSHING 219 170 

Rushing Plays 52 56 

Avg. Gain Per Rush 4.2 3.0 

NET YARDS PASSING 242 114 

ATTEMPTS/COMPLETIONS 18/8 16/5 

HAD INTERCEPTED 1 1 

Avg. Gain Per Pass Play 14.2 7.1 

PUNTS/AVERAGE 6/31.8 8/41.3 

FUMBLES/LOST 4/3 2/2 

PENALTIES/YARDS 5/63 1/5 

TOTAL RETURN YARDS 78 135 



INDIVIDUAL RUSHING MARYLAND 





ATT 


YDS 


AVG 


LG 


Carter 


29 


126 


4.3 


48 


Jennings 


5 


41 


8.2 


18 


Kinard 


14 


40 


2.9 


12 


W. White 


1 


8 


8.0 


8 


Schultz 


1 


3 


3.0 


3 


Bloomingdale 


2 


1 


0.5 


1 



PASSING -MARYLAND 



Kinard 
Carter 
Avellini 
Neville 



ATT 


COMP 


YDS 


TD 


LG 


8 


4 


113 





43 


3 


2 


83 


1 


68 


6 


2 


46 





26 


1 















PASS RECEIVING-MARYLAND 



NO 


YDS 


LG 


TD 


3 


75 


43 





2 


106 


68 


1 


2 


35 


20 





1 


26 


26 






Jennings 
W. White 
Russell 
Carter 



INTERCEPTIONS 

Harry Walters, LB 1 for 9 yds 



NEW PEACH BOWL RECORDS 

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

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

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

FEWEST FIRST DOWNS BY TWO TEAMS: 26-11 by Georgia 8i 15 by Maryland 

FEWEST YARDS PENALIZED: 5 by Georgia vs Maryland 1973 

MOST FUMBLES LOST BY BOTH TEAMS: 3 by Maryland 8i 2 by Georgia 




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

56 



MARYLAND COACHES 
DOWN THE YEARS 



MARYLAND AGGIES 



UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 



Year 


Head Coach 


WLT 


1920) 














1921 




1892 


*W. W. Skinner 


3 





1922 




1893 


* S.H.Harding 


6 





1923 




1894 


*J. G. Bannon 


3 3 





1924 




1895 


No Team 






1925 




1896 


*Grenville Lewis 


6 2 


2 


1926 




1897 


*John Lillibridge 


2 4 





1927 


>H. C.Byrd 


1898 


*J. F. Kenly 


2 i> 


u 


1928 




1899 


*S. M. Cooke 


1 4 





1929 




1900 


*F. H. Peters 


3 4 


1 


1930 




1901 


*E. B. Dunbar 


1 7 





1931 




1902") 




3 5 


2 


1932 




1903 


- D. John Markey 


7 4 





1933 
1934, 




1904 1 




2 4 


2 




19051 
1906J 


Fred Nielsen 


6 4 
5 3 






1935 
1936 
1937 


Jack Faber 


1907 


C. G. Church & C. W. Melick 


3 6 





1938 


Frank M. Dobson 


1908 


Bill Lang 


3 8 





1939J 




1909 
1910 
1911 


Barney Cooper & E. P. Larkin 

R. Alston 

C. F. Donnelly & H. C. Byrd 


2 5 
4 3 

4 4 



1 

2 


1940 
1941j 


Jack Faber, Al Heagy 
' Al Woods 


19121 




6 1 


1 


1942 


Clark Shaughnessy 


19131 
19141 


*H. C.Byrd 


6 3 
5 3 






1943 
1944J 


Clarence Spears 


1915J 




6 3 





1945 
1946 


Paul "Bear" Bryant 
Clark Shaughnessy 










1947 


- a 












1948 








MARYLAND STATE 






1949 
1950 
1951 


-b 












— c 


>Jim Tatum 


1916 




6 2 





1952 






1917 
1918 


H. C.Byrd 


4 3 
4 1 


1 
1 


1953 
1954 


-d 




1919 




5 4 





1955 


-e 





1956~1 

1957 > Tommy Mont 

1958J 

1959"^ 

1960 

1961 

1962 VTom Nugent 

1963 

1964 

1965J 



2 7 1 
5 5 
4 6 



Bob Ward 



1966 Lou Saban 

1967\ 
1968J 

19691 

1970 > Roy Lester 

1971 J 



4 6 



9 

8 

7 

9 
9 



6 1 

5 1 

7 2 

4 5 

1 7 1 



■ Jerry Claiborne 



1972 
1973 -f 
1974 -g 

1975 - h 

1976 -i 

84 Year Totals 



5 5 1 
8 4 

8 4 

9 2 1 
11 1 

405 347 38 



1 

2 1 



7 

6 

9 

7 
10 

7 2 
10 1 

7 2 1 
10 1 



* 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 
i Cotton Bowl, lost to Houston 30-21 



ALL TIME MARYLAND FOOTBALL RECORDS AGAINST ALL OPPONENTS 



WLT 



WLT 



Air Force Acad 

Alabama 

Alex. High 

American Univ 

Auburn Univ 

Bainbridge Training 

Baltimore City Col 

Baltimore Med Col 

Baltimore Poly 

Baylor Univ 

Bethel Mil. Acad 

Boston Univ 

Business High 

Carnegie Tech 

Catholic Univ 

Central High 

Charlotte Hall Mil 

Chicago Univ 

Cincinnati 

Clemson Univ 

Clifton Ath. Club 

Columbia Ath. Club 

Connecticut 

Curtis Bay Coast Guard 

Delaware 

Dickinson Col 

Duke Univ 

Duquesne Univ 

Eastern High 

Episcopal High 

Univ. of Florida 

Florida State 

Fortress Monroe 

Fredericksburg Col 

Gallaudet 

Georgetown Univ 



2 
1 
1 

1 
1 
2 

3 
1 
1 
2 
1 

8 
6 
1 

2 
14 
1 

1 

3 
1 
6 
1 
4 

6 


2 
9 
6 





2 



1 
1 
1 



1 
1 
1 





1 

1 2 

2 



1 


10 1 



1 



1 
5 1 


14 





3 







Georgetown Prep 1 1 

George Washington 10 3 

Univ. of Georgia 3 2 

Gibraltar Ath. Club 1 

Gonzaga High 1 1 

Greenville (SC) AAB 1 

Guilford Col 1 

Gunton Temple Bapt. Ch 1 

Hampden-Sydney 2 2 

Haverford Col 2 

Houston 10 

Indiana Univ 2 

Johns Hopkins 16 11 5 

Univ. of Kentucky 2 1 2 

Lakehurst Nav. Air Sta 1 

Louisiana State Univ 3 

U.S. Marine Barracks 1 

Merchant Marine Acad 1 

Miami (Florida) 5 5 

Miami (Ohio) 1 

Michigan State 14 

Mississippi 1 10 

Missouri 6 

Mt. St. Joseph's Col 2 

Mt. St. Mary's Col 2 2 1 

Mt. Washington Club 1 

Navy 5 14 

New York Univ 2 

Univ. of N. C 17 22 1 

N.C. State 14 15 4 

Ohio Univ 1 

Oklahoma Univ 4 

Old Univ. of Md 3 2 1 

Olympia Ath. Club 1 

Orient Ath. Club 1 

Pennsylvania 1 4 



Penn State 

Penn Military 

Princeton 

Randolph-Macon Col. 
Rich. Army Air Base 

Richmond Univ 

Rock Hill Col 

Rutgers Univ 

St. Johns Col 

Univ. of S. C 

SMU 

Swarthmore Col 

Syracuse Univ 

Tech. High 

UCLA 

Univ. of Tenn 

Univ. of Texas 

Texas A & M 

Third Army Corps . 

Tulane Univ 

Vanderbilt 

Villanova 

Virginia 

Virginia Mil. Inst 

Virginia Tech 

Wake Forest 

Walbrook Ath. Club 
Washington & Lee .... 

Washington Col 

Western High 

Western Md 

West Va 

William & Mary 

Yale Univ 



w 


L 


T 


1 


21 





3 


1 








2 








2 


1 


1 








10 


5 


2 


3 


1 





4 


3 





18 


11 





17 


11 





2 











1 





9 


13 


\ 


5 


2 





1 


1 





1 


4 








2 








2 





1 








1 


1 





1 


5 





5 


2 





24 


15 


2 


14 


9 


2 


14 


10 





17 


7 


1 





1 





13 


5 


2 


18 


3 


1 








1 


18 


13 


1 


8 


6 


2 


1 


2 





2 


8 


1 



57 



MARYLAND ALL • AMERICANS 



HONORABLE MENTION ALL-AMERICANS (AP & UP) 



1931 Jess Krajcovic — G 

1934 Norwood Sothoron — FB 
Vic Willis — E 

Bill Guckeyson — HB 
Ed Minion — T 

1935 Bill Guckeyson — HB 
Vic Willis — E 

1936 Bill Guckeyson — HB 

1937 Jim Meade — HB 
1940 Bob Smith — C 

Ralph Albarano — T 
1942 Tommy Mont — QB 
Paul Flick — C 

1947 Lou Gambino — HB 
Gene Kinney — C 

1948 Ray Krouse — T 
Elmer Wingate — E 

1950 Ed Modzelewski — FB 

1951 Jack Scarbath — QB 
Tom Cosgrove — C 
Dave Cianelli — FB 
Joe Petruzzo — HB 

1952 Stan Jones — T 

1953 Chet Hanulak — HB 
Ralph Felton — FB 
Bill Walker — E 
John Irvine — C 
Bob Morgan — T 



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

1955 Mike Sandusky — T 
Jack Davis — G 

Frank Tamburello — QB 
Ed Heuring — T 

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



1957 


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


1958 


Rod Breedlove — G 
Fred Cole — T 


1959 


Rod Breedlove — G 



Jim Joyce — FB 
Gary Collins — E 
Tom Gunderman — G 
Kurt Schwartz — T 



1960 


Gary Collins — E 
Dale Betty — QB 


1961 


Bob Hacker — C 


1962 


Dick Shiner — QB 



Walter Rock — G 
Roger Shoals — T 
Tom Brown — HB 
1965 Bob Sullivan — DB 

1969 Ralph Sonntag — OT 

1970 Guy Roberts — DE 

1972 Paul Vellano — DG 
Bob Smith — DB 

1973 Randy White — DT 
Louis Carter — HB 
Bob Smith — DB 

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

1975 LeRoy Hughes — DE 
Jim Brechbiel — DB 
Kevin Benson — LB 
Paul Divito — DG 

1976 Brad Carr — LB 
Ed Fulton — OG 
Mark Manges — QB 
Ken Roy — DB 
Tom Schick — OT 
Larry Seder — DG 



FOOTBALL WRITERS ASSOCIATION 

First Team 

Gary Collins — E 



1961 
1974 
1976 



Randy White — DT 
Joe Campbell — DT 



AMERICAN FOOTBALL COACHES ASSOCIATION 

First Team 

Gary Collins — E 



1961 
1973 
1974 
1976 



Paul Vellano — DG 
Randy White — DT 
Joe Campbell — 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 
1976 Joe Campbell — DT 

Third Team 

1955 Ed Vereb — HB 
1973 Paul Vellano — DG 



INTERNATIONAL NEWS SERVICE 
(now merged as UPI) 



UNITED PRESS 





First Team 


1951 


Bob Ward — G 


1952 


Jack Scarbath — QB 




Dick Modzelewski — T 


1953 


Stan Jones — T 




Bernie Faloney — QB 


1955 


Bob Pellegrini — C 




Second Team 


1953 


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 

1976 Joe Campbell — DT 





First Team 


1951 


Bob Ward — G 


1952 


Jack Scarbath — QB 
Dick Modzelewski — T 


1953 


Stan Jones — T 


1955 


Bob Pellegrini — C 


1961 


Gary Collins — DT 


1974 


Randy White — DT 




Second Team 


1950 


Bob Ward — G 


1951 


Ed Modzelewski — FB 


1953 


Bernie Faloney — QB 


1955 


Mike Sandusky — T 
Bill Walker — E 


1973 


Paul Vellano — DG 


1976 


Joe Campbell — DT 




Third Team 


1951 


Dick Modzelewski — T 


1955 


Ed Vereb — HB 


TIME 


MAGAZINE 




First Team 


1974 


Randy White — DT 
Steve Mike-Mayer — KS 



58 



TERPS ON ALL-ACC TEAMS 
'Atlantic Coast Sportswriters Association" 



!953 _ 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 

1970 — DEFENSIVE TEAM 

Guy Roberts — End 



1971 —OFFENSIVE TEAM 

Dan Bungori — End 

1972 — DEEFENSIVE TEAM 

Paul Vellano — Guard 
Bob Smith — Safety 

1073 — 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 

1976— DEFENSIVE TEAM 

Ken Roy — Back 
Joe Campbell — Tackle 
Brad Carr — Linebacker 
Larry Seder — Guard 

— OFFENSIVE TEAM 

Mark Manges — Quarterback 



Ed Fulton - 
Tom Schick 



Guard 

— Tackle 



— COACH OF YEAR 

Jerry Claiborne 



59 



THE TERP AWARDS 



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



1956 Al Wharton — Tackle 1963 

1957 Wilbur Main — Center 1964 

1958 Ted Kershner — Back 1965 

1959 Joe Gardi — Tackle 1966 

1960 Leroy Dietrich — Center 1967 

1961 Dick Barlund — End 1968 

1962 Murnis Banner — Halfback 1969 



George Stem — Halfback 1970 

John Kenny — End 1971 

Charles Krahling — Center 1972 

Bobby Collins — Back 1973 

Pat Baker -Back 1974 

Rick Carlson — End 1975 

Poul E. Fitzpatrick — Back 1976 



Robert J. MarBride — Tackle 
Jeff Shugars — Quarterback 
Ron Kecman — Center 
Ken Scott — Tackle 
Frank Russell — End 
Jim Richey — Tackle 
Bob Raba — End 



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



1962 


Don White — Quarterback 


1968 


1963 


Dave Xardo — 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 

1975 Kim Hoover — End 

1976 Jonathan Claiborne — Safety 



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 I960 

1954 Bob Pellegrini — Guard 1961 

1955 Mike Sandusky — Tackle 1962 



Don Healy — Tackle 1964 

Fred Cole — Tackle 1965 

Tom Gunderman — Guard 1966 

Gary Collins — End 1967 

Bill Kirchiro — Tackle 1968 

Dave Crossan — Tackle 1969 



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



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



1970 Guy M. Roberts — End 

1971 Dennis O'Hara — End 



1972 Paul Vellano — Guard 

1973 Randy White — Tackle 



1974 Randy White — Tackle 



Ray Krouse Memorial Award to most valuable senior. 

1974 Randy White — Def. Tackle 1975 John Schultz — Wingback 



1976 Tim Wilson — Fullback 



Jim Tatum Memorial Trophy to the outstanding tackle. 



1959 


Kurt Schwartz 


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 


1976 


Joe Campbell 



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). 



1965 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 Schwartz — Tackle 

1960 Vincent Scott — End 

1961 Gary Collins — End 

1962 Tom Brown — Halfback 

1963 Bob Burton — Halfback 

1964 Olaf Drozdov — Tackle 

1965 GeorgeStem — Back 

1966 Dick Absher — End 

1967 Lou Stickel — Back 



1968 Billy Lovett — Fullback 

1969 Kenneth B. Dutton — Back 

1970 Peter Mattia — Tackle 

1971 Tommy Miller— Back 

1972 Don Ratliff— End 

1973 Poul Vellano — Guard 

1974 Randy White — Tackle 

1975 LeRoy Hughes — End 

1976 Bob Raba — End 



60 



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 

1976 Mark Manges — Quarterback 



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 

1976 Brad Carr — Linebacker 



*|* *f* 



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 

1976 Ed Fulton — Guard 
Tom Schick — 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 Olaf Drozdov — 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 Vellano — Guard 

1973 Randy White — Tackle 

1974 Randy White — Tackle 

1975 Paul Divito — Guard 

1976 Joe Campbell — Tackle 



61 



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 



TOTAL 


OFFENSE 


1689 


Bob Avellini — 1974 


1593 


Mark Manges — 1976 


1426 


Dick Shiner — 1962 


1395 


Alan Pastrana — 1966 


1386 


Jack Scarbath — 1952 


1265 


Al Neville — 1971 


1257 


Bob Avellini — 1972 


1186 


Dick Shiner — 1963 


1156 


Larry Dick — 1975 


1076 


Tommy Mont — 1942 


1042 


Phil Petry — 1964 


1022 


Dick Shiner — 1961 



MOST PASS COMPLETIONS 



16 


Lu Gambino — 1947 


16 


Bob Shemonski — 1950 


16 


Ed Vereb — 1955 


14 


Louis Carter — 1973 


11 


Ed Modielewski — 1951 


9 


Bernie Faloney — 1954 


9 


John Schultz — 1974 


8 


Dan Bungori — 1971 


8 


Jimmy Joyce — 1959 


8 


Darrvl Hill — 1963 


8 


Billy Lovett — 1968 



TOUCHDOWN RECEPTIONS 

8 Dan Bungori — 1971 

7 Billy Van Heusen — 1966 

7 Darryl Hill — 1963 

6 Don Ratliff — 1972 

5 Walter White — 1973 

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 

4 Chuck White — 1976 



INTERCEPTIONS 

10 Bob Sullivan — 1965 

8 Tom Brown — 1961 

7 Bob Smith — 1972 

6 Larry Marshall — 1971 

6 Tom Brown — 1962 

6 Bernie Faloney — 1953 

6 Joe Horning — 1951 




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^ 



LOUIS CARTER 



121 


Dick Shiner - 


- 1962 


112 


Bob Avellini 


— 1974 


108 


Dick Shiner ■ 


— 1963 


107 


Al Neville — 


1971 


102 


Al Pastrana - 


- 1966 


98 


Bob Avellini 


— 1972 


90 


Larry Dick — 


- 1975 


82 


Dale Betty — 


1960 


81 


Al Pastrana - 


- 1968 


81 


Mark Manges 


— 1976 


75 


Jeff Shugan • 


— 1970 



MOST YARDS 

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 Merrkt — 1969 

490 Dan Bunfori — 1971 

472 Frank Rusaell — 1972 

468 Frank Russell — 1973 

462 Bobby Collins — 1965 



MOST PASS RECEPTIONS 

47 Tom Brown — 1962 

43 Darryl Hill — 1963 

39 Frank Rusaell — 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 


Alan Pastrana 


— 1966 


12 


Tommy Mont 


— 1942 


11 


Mark Manges 


— 1976 


10 


Al Neville — 


1971 


10 


Dick Shiner — 


- 1963 


10 


Jack Scarbath 


— 1952 


10 


Vic Turyn — 


1948 


8 


Jack Scarbath 


— 1951 


8 


Larry Dick — 


1975 


7 


Dick Shiner — 


- 1961 


7 


Bob Avellini - 


- 1972 


7 


Bob Avellini - 


- 1974 



RUSHING PLAYS 



224 


Louis Carter — 


- 1974 


221 


Art Seymore — 


• 1970 


218 


Louis Carter — 


- 1973 


217 


Billy Lovett — 


1968 


182 


Bo Hkkey — 


1964 


169 


Tommy Miller 


— 1969 


156 


Len Chiaverini 


— 1962 


141 


Alvin Maddox 


— 1976 


138 


Tim Wilson — 


1976 


137 


Jimmy Joyce — 


- 1959 


137 


Billy Lovett — 


1967 


125 


Lu Gambino — 


- 1947 


125 


Mark Manges - 


- 1976 


119 


Louis Carter — 


- 1972 







991 


YARDS PASSING 


963 
945 


1648 


Bob Avellini — 1974 


904 


1499 


Alan Pastrana — 1966 


894 


1324 


Dick Shiner — 1962 


834 


1275 


Al Neville— 1971 


801 


1251 


Bob Avellini — 1972 


753 


1190 


Larry Dick — 1975 


678 


1165 


Dick Shiner — 1963 


642 


1149 


Jack Scarbath — 1952 


629 


1145 


Mark Manges — 1976 


625 


1076 


Tommy Mont — 1942 


621 


1053 


Alan Pastrana — 1968 


610 


921 


Dick Shiner — 1961 


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YARDS RUSHING 

Louis Carter — 1974 
Billy Lovett — 1M8 
Art Seymore — 1970 
Lu Gambino — 1947 
Bo Hickey — 1964 
Ed Modzelewski — 1951 
Louis Carter — 1973 
Chet Hanulak — 1953 
Alvin Maddox — 1976 
Ed Vereb — 1955 
Tern Miller— 1969 
Ed Modaelewski — 1949 
Steve Atkins — 1976 
Tim Wilson — 1976 
Len Chiaverini — 1962 



MARYLAND FOOTBALL RECORDS 
SINGLE GAME— INDIVIDUAL 



SCORING 

Most Points Scored 

31 by Bob Sheraonski 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 Gary 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) 

215 by Steve Atkins vs Syracuse 1976 (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) 



Longest Kickoff Return For Touchdown By Opponent 

93 yards by Jim McPhcrson 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 by Wake Forest, 1958 (3 by Norm Snead, 1 by Charlie Parker) 
4 by Virginia, 1965 (by Bob Davis) 

4 by Florida, 1971 (by John Reaves) 

Most Safeties Scored 

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

TOTAL OFFENSE 

Most Total Yards Gained 

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 by 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 

! vs. Michigan State, 1944 

Fewest Total First Downs By Opponent 

1 by Wake Forest, 1973 (passing) 

Most Fumbles 

8 vs. Georgia, 1952 (lost 2) 



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Fewest Fumbles 

vs. VMI t 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 
jn 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) 



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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 

Most Rushing Plays 

654 in 1976 (2,874 yards) 

Most Yards Gained Rushing By Opponents 

2,371 in 9 games, 1967 

Most Yards Gained Rushing By Opponents 

2,371 in 9 games, 1967 

PASSING 
Most Yards Gained Passing 

1,982 in 11 games, 1972 

Most Passes Attempted 

287 in 11 games, 1972 (159 completions) 

Most Passes Completed 

159 in 11 games, 1972 (287 attempts) 

Best Passing Percentage 

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

Most Yards Gained Passing By Opponents 

1,920 in 10 games, 1968 

Fewest Yards Gained Passing By Opponents 

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

Best Passing Percentage By Opponents 

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

Most Pass Interceptions 

34 in 9 games, 1951 

38 in 10 games, 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 II games, 1970 

Best Punting Average 

42.6 in 1974 (54 punts) 

Most Punts By Opponents 

87 in 11 games, 1973 

Most First Downs 

234 in 11 games, 1976 

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 

Best Season 

1976 — Won 11 Lost during regular season, lost to Houston 30- 
21 in Cotton Bowl for 1 1-1 

Worst Season 

1967— Won Lost 9 

Average Attendance Per Home Game 

45,657 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 



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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 
1976 — Jerry Claiborne 

JACOBS 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 

MVP — GATOR BOWL 

1975— Steve Atkins 

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 




GOTHARD LANE 

Administrative Assistant 



to Director of Athletics 



Gothard Lane has moved into the Administrative area 
of Intercollegiate Athletics after four years as a defensive 
end coach and Coach Claiborne's Chief Scout. 

Lane will coordinate and supervise the recruiting pro- 
grams and activities for the Athletic Department working 
both with the Men's and Women's programs. He will also 
coordinate activities with the Terrapin Club, "M" Club 
and Alumni organizations and operate a Speakers 
Bureau for the Athletic Department. 

He is a native of Camden, New Jersey and product of 
Pennsauken High, a school that has produced several 
outstanding athletes for the Terps. 

Lane played on the undefeated (9-0) Randolph Macon 
football team in 1968. He has coached at Bishop Eustace 
Prep in New Jersey, Randolph Macon College, Virginia 
Tech and Tulane. He is a 30 year old bachelor. 




DR. CHARLES A. TAFF 

Chairman The Athletic Council 

Dr. Charles A. Taff, Professor of Transportation, 
College of Business and Management replaced Dr. John 
Faber as Chairman of the Athletic Council this past sum- 
mer. Dr. Taff served as chairman of the Department of 
Business Administration from 1962 to 1973 and has 
taught at Maryland since 1949. 

He is a graduate of Iowa where he also received his 
M.A. in 1941. After joining the faculty at Maryland he 
earned his Ph.D. in Transportation Economics in 1952. 
He has served on the athletic council for several years. 

Many of his significant contributions in transportation 
and physical distribution have been used in the formula- 
tion of transportation policy by the federal government, 
and the managerial aspects of his research have been 
utilized by shippers, the transportation industry, and cor- 
porate management. He is the author of four books, two 
of which are in the fifth editions, a co-authored book 
in the third edition, and is the Editor of the Transporta- 
tion Journal, a professional publication that is published 
quarterly. 



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THE TRAINING STAFF 




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. 




DR. STANFORD A. LAVINE— Team Physician 
Dr. Stanford A. Lavine is Terrapin Team Physician. 

As a quarterback on the 1949 Maryland eleven, Stan 
established one Terrapin record and shares another. 

Against South Carolina, Lavine passed 15 yards to 
Ed Bolton who ran 77 yards to score. The 92-yard 
touchdown play remains the longest scoring pass and 
run in the Maryland record book. 

Against George Washington, Lavine completed three 
touchdown passes, a mark he shares with several other 
Terp quarterbacks. 

Dr. Lavine is an orthopedic surgeon. 




John J. Bush 
Assistant Trainer 



Jim Weir 
Assistant Trainer 





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Keith Prat her 
Student Trainer 



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Joe MacKenzie 
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CO£. TOM FiUDS 

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR 

MARYLAND EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION 

When Jim Kehoe assumed the duties as Director of 
Athletics at the University of Maryland, financial sta- 
bility was a prime concern and absolute necessity to 
achieve the goals he set for Maryland athletics. 

Financial stability has been achieved but it is a con- 
tinuing battle to stay ahead of rising costs. 

One of Kehoe's first decisions involved the expansion 
of the Terrapin Club and Maryland Education Founda- 
tion with the goal of eventually assuming responsibility 
for all scholarship aid to Maryland athletes. 

In order to achieve this, Kehoe lured Col. Fields into 
retirement from the Marine Corps and Fields has con- 
tributed greatly to the success of the overall athletic 
program. 

When Fields returned to Maryland contributions to 
the Maryland Educational Foundation were minimal. 
For the fiscal year ending June 30, 1970 the contribu- 
tions totaled approximately $30,000. 

For the fiscal year ending June 30, 1977 contributions 
totaled $712,000 up from the $631,000 the previous year. 

During the past year the Terrapin Club renewed 
96 percent of their contributors and the membership 
now stands at 1,700, quite a jump from the 132 original 
members. 

Of the 1,700 members, 16 are life members ($10,000 
contribution), 276 are Diamondback members ($1,000 
annual contributions) and 602 are Gold members ($500 
annual contribution) . 

The contributions have not only enabled the Uni- 
versity's self-sustaining program to remain just above 
the break even point but enabled the Terrapins to regain 
their National prestige in just about every sport. The 
University has also instituted a scholarship program for 
women athletes on a par with the program of the men's 
non-revenue sports. 




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

His service to his country followed the same pattern 
he established as a track star for the Terrapins and 
recently as a University Administrator. 

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

Colonel Fields and his wife, the former Patricia T. 
Hansel have four children Karen and Lori and Thomas 
M. Jr. and David. 





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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. 



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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. 





RUSS POTTS 

Assistant Athletic Director 
for Advertising and Promotions 

Maryland football and basketball ranks among the 
leaders in television and radio coverage for the entire 
country. Much of this is due to the efforts of Russ Potts, 
Assistant Athletic Director for Advertising and Promo- 
tions. 

The 38 year old Potts came to Maryland in 1970 when 
the Terps claimed only one radio station on the network. 
Since then the coverage has grown to over 50 stations in 
a five state area. 

This year's football television coverage will see the 
Terrapins on TV six times in both Baltimore and Wash- 
ington. 

Russ' responsibilities include all advertising sales for 
the scoreboard, printed program and various radio and 
television packages. He is also responsible for all radio 
and TV negotiations as well as ticket promotions. 

The Terrapin football and basketball printed pro- 
grams are the nation's largest and the sales work of the 
Virginia native resulted in the modern scoreboards and 
magic message system in Byrd Stadium and Cole Field 
House. 

Potts is a 1964 graduate of the University of Maryland 
where he received a B.S. Degree in Journalism. As an 
undergraduate, he was elected president of Sigma Delta 
Chi Journalism Fraternity and Phi Delta Theta Social 
Fraternity. In 1966, he was selected to the edition of 
"Outstanding Young Men in America." 

Russ is married to the former Emily Ann Strite of 
Martinsburg, W. Va. They are the parents of three 
daughters: Kristi (9), Katie (6) and Kelly (3). 



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DR. WILSON H. MUCINS 

PRESIDENT 

UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

Dr. Wilson H. Elkins has been the major motivating 
force in the growth of the University for the past 23 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. In the 1975-76 
academic year the total University, now composed of 
five campuses, reported its highest enrollment, a total 
of more than 78,000 students and its total budget this 
year was $316,880,830. 

Despite the large increases in student enrollment, 
academic 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. 

He returned to Texas as a college history instructor 
and two years later in 1938, became president of San 
Angelo Junior College. In 1948 he became president 
of what is now the University of Texas at El Paso. 

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. 

The president's term at Maryland places him in an 
elite group of college and university presidents. He will 
conclude his 24th year as president next June (1978) 
during the University's 170th anniversary. His term in 
office is believed to be the longest of any current presi- 
dent of a major state-supported university. 



DR. ROBERT L. GLUCKSTERN 

CHANCELLOR 

COLLEGE PARK, CAMPUS 



Robert L. Gluckstern begins his third year as Chan- 
cellor of the College Park campus, the eighth largest 
campus in the nation. The unique mission of the Col- 
lege Park campus is to provide a full range of programs 
at baccalaureate, masters, doctoral, and post-doctoral 
levels. "As the problems that confront our society in- 
crease in number, scope, and complexity, the College 
Park campus," according to Dr. Gluckstern, "must re- 
affirm its commitments to research, scholarship, and the 
advancement of knowledge, including the search for 
solutions to social problems and the pursuit of excellence 
for its own sake." 

One program at College Park that emphasizes academic 
excellence is the new Chancellor's Scholars Program. 
Initiated during the past year with financial support from 
alumni and other friends of the University, the Chan- 
cellor's Scholars Program seeks to attract and retain top 
quality students to College Park through the annual 
award of $500 renewable scholarships to outstanding 
high school students who are recommended by their 
high schools for the awards. The first eleven Chancellor's 
Scholars will be at College Park during the 1977-78 
academic year. 

The emphasis on quality that has characterized 
Dr. Gluckstern's administration leads naturally from his 
own academic background. Educated at the City College 
of New York (Electrical Engineering) and MlT (Ph.D. 
in Physics) Dr. Gluckstern taught at Yale University for 
fourteen years. In 1964 he joined the faculty at the Uni- 
versity of Massachusetts at Amherst as professor and 
chairman of the physics and astronomy department. 




Under his leadership, the department grew from 14 to 52 
faculty members 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 52, was born in Atlantic City, 
New Jersey. He is married to the former Norma Block. 
The Glucksterns have three children. 



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HOTELS AND MOTELS IN THE COLLEGE PARK AREA 

All Motels listed are within 10 miles of Byrd Stadium and Cole Field House. 



CENTER OF 
ADULT EDUCATION 

University of Maryland 
College Park, Md. 
Tel. 301—779-5100 

HAMPSHIRE MOTOR INN 
7411 New Hampshire 
Langley Park. Md. 
Tel. 301— 439-3000 

HOLIDAY INN 

Capitol Beltway Motel 
10000 Baltimore Blvd. 
College Park. Md. 
Tel. 301—345-6700 

HOLIDAY INN MOTEL 
9137 Baltimore Blvd. 
College Park. Md. 
Tel. 301—345-5000 



HOWARD JOHNSON'S 

Balt.-Wash. Pkwy, 
Cheverly, Md. 
Tel.30 1—779-7700 

INTERSTATE INN 
OF COLLEGE PARK 

8601 Baltimore Blvd. 

College Park, Md. 

Tel. 301—474-2939 

QUALITY INN 

7200 Baltimore Ave. 
Tel. 301—864-5820 

RAMADA INN 

5910 Princess Garden Pkwy. 

Lanham, Md. 

Tel. 800—238-5800 



SHERATON 
INN-WASHINGTON N.E. 

8500 Annapolis Rd. 

New Carollton, Md. 

Tel. 800—325-3535 

ROYAL PINES MOTEL 
College Park, Md. 
9133 Baltimore Blvd. 
College Park, Md. 
Tel. 301—345-4900 



LOCAL TRANSPORTATION 
IN COLLEGE PARK 

Yellow-Blue Bird Cab — 423-1212. 
Union Cab — 779-4500. 



AIRPORT TRANSPORTATION TO COLLEGE PARK 



From: National Airport — Cabs, $12.00 with a 40 cent 
charge for each additional person going to the 
same place. 

Dulles Airport — Cabs, $27.00 with a 40 cent 
charge for each additional person going to the 
same place. 



Baltimore-Washington International — Cabs $14 
or $15 on the Meter with NO additional Charge 
for additional passengers. 

— Airport Limousine Service: $4.00 per person 
with drop at your Motel. 





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