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MARYLAND 
rOOTBALL 



1978 







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THE COVER: Eight of the 11 members of the Maryland Wide 
Tackle Six defense find the ball carrier in a 2410 Byrd Stadium 
win. 

Over the years Maryland teams have competed in seven of 
the Post Season Bowls with a total of 10 appearances including 
the last five years. 

MARYLAND'S BOWL RECORD 



Jan. 




1948 


Gator 


— Maryland 


20 


Georgia 


20 


Jan. 




1950 


Gator 


— Maryland 


20 


Missouri 


7 


Jan. 




1952 


Sugar 


— Maryland 


28 


Tennessee 


13 


Jan. 




1954 


Orange 


— Maryland 





Oklahoma 


7 


Jan. 




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 


Dec. 


22 


1977 


Hall of Fame 


— Maryland 


17 


Minnesota 


7 



Four Atlantic Coast Conference teams competed in Bowl games in 
1977 with Maryland in Hall of Fame Classic, Clemson in Gator, 
North Carolina in Liberty, and North Carolina State in Peach. 



PHOTO CREDITS: Thanks to Richard Frakas, Larry Grouse and 
the University of Maryland Photo Lab, Daniel Webster, Robert 
Prier. 



COLOR SEPARATIONS BY: Stephenson Litho 



MARYLAND FOOTBALL 1978: Printed by University of Maryland 
Press — Henry Kuhn, Manager. 



The Athletic Department wishes to express their sincere and 
grateful thanks to these University Press employees for their un- 
tiring work and efforts in publishing the Football Book. 

Ray Leber, Supervisor; Bill Rolf, Supervisor; Rusty Jones, 
Linotype Operator; John Lewis, Compositor; Ron Leonard, Joe Mc- 
Donald, Photolithographer's; Dick Gregory, Lee Tyson, Pressmen; 
Nick Sodero, Binding Supervisor; Frank Armentrout, Folder Operator. 



The University of Maryland actively subscribes to a policy of 
equal educational and employment opportunity. The University of 
Maryland is required by Title IX of the Education Amendments of 
1972 not to discriminate on the basis of sex in admission, treatment 
of students, or employment. 





FUTURE FOOTBALL 






SCHEDULES 






1979 


Sept 






8 




VILLANOVA 


15 


at 


Clemson 


22 




MISSISSIPPI STATE 


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 
1981 


Sept. 






12 


at 


Vanderbilt 


19 




WEST VIRGINIA 


26 


at 


N. C. State 


Oct. 






3 




SYRACUSE 


10 


at 


Florida 


17 


at 


Wake Forest 


24 




DUKE 


31 




NORTH CAROLINA 


Nov. 






7 


at 


Tulane 


14 


at 


Clemson 


21 




VIRGINIA 
1982 


Sept 






11 


at 


Penn State 


18 


at 


West Virginia 


25 




N. C. STATE 


Oct. 






2 


at 


Syracuse 


9 




VILLANOVA 


16 




WAKE FOREST 


23 




DUKE 


30 


at 


North Carolina 


Nov. 






6 




MIAMI 


13 




CLEMSON 


20 


at 


Virginia 




Conienis 



all-academic 10 

all-americans 53 

all-conferi:nce 59 

assistant coaches 11 

AHLETIC DEI'T. DIRECTORY 3 

AWARDS-Natioiial 28 

1977 47 

Maryland 57 

Coaches 73 

BASKETBALL: 1978-1979 80 

COACHES— 1892-1977 59 

COTTON BO\Vl^-1977 52 

FACTS ABOUT MARYL-VND 3 

GATOR BOWI^— 1975 53 

HALL OF FAME CLASSIC— 1977 51 

HEAD COACH JERRY CL\I BORNE 5 

LET1T:RMFJV: All-Tlme 68 

LIBERT\' BO\VI^-1974 55 

MOTELS-TR.VNSPORTATION 4 

NOTES ON TERPS 74 

OFFICIALS SIGNALS 39 

OPPONENTS— 1978 30 

1978 Series 36 

PEACH BO\Vl^-1973 54 

PLAYER PROFILES 15 

PRONUNCIATION GUIDE 41 

IL\DIO-TV SCHEDULE 38 

RECORDS 60 

RE\'If:\V OF 1977 42 

ROSTER-.VPLHABETICAL-NUMERICAL 40 

SIGNEES for 1978 39 

STATISTICS for 1977 48 

WEIGHT TR.\1N1NG PROGRAM 37 



Atlantic Coast Conference 

Telephone: ARE.\ 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 



To The Mews Media 

We liojH.- the 1978 edition of Maryland F(K>tball will 
be liel()ful as you cover Jerry Cilaiborncs Terraj)ins tliis 
fall. With tliis book goes an invitation to visit us as often 
as |)ossible. Our offices arc ItKated in Cole Field House, 
r(X)ni 1145. 

We will have several lc!c])li()iics available for teleco|)ier 
use in the Byrd Stadium Press Box. However if you 
wish exclusive use of a telephone plea.se order it through 
your local office and we will have it installed at your 
seat. The sports informaticm office will send your copy 
and we will be in die press box until all copy has been 
transmitted. 

Please advise when your order is placed for credentials 
if you will have a telecopier widi you. The S|x>rLs In- 
formation Office will have two telecopiers available for 
use with all copy sent accordiiiK to deadlines. Sjxirts-Com 
wdl also be available with Comjjuter Terminals if you 
ortler their service in advance. Plea.se make your arrange- 
mcnLs with them. 

Radio space has been reserved for the Official Visit- 
ing Station. .Additional space rec|ucsls must be a[)proved 
by the Assistant Athletic Director for Promotions. 

Only working press will be admitted to tlie Working 
Press section and only accredited photograj)hcrs on 
assignment and game {)ersonnel are jx:rmitted on the 
sidelines. 

All sideline photographers must check in and pick up 
a arm-band before going to the field. The arm-bands 
are available at the west end of the working [)ress 
section on the second floor of the press box. 

A map indicating the Press Parking area is on the 
back of the parking passes. If you need a parking pass 
please order it in time to have it mailed to you. A list 
of area motels is included on page four of tliis btxik. If 
you need help with reservations Mrs. Ryan will aid you 
in securing accomodations. 

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

A play-by-play, halftime and final statistics, scoring 
summaries and brief post game comments from the 
coaches will be pro\-ided the working press at all home 
games. 

For additional information and special photo requests 
please address all correspondence to the following 
address for quickest delivery. 

Jack Zane 

Sf>orts 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 

ASSISTANT SID 
Patti Wessel (Maryland 77) 

OFFICE (301) 454-2123 
HOME (301) 434-7796 



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TIME 



1:30 
8:00 
1:30 
1:30 

1:30 
1:30 
1:30 
1:30 

1:30 
1:30 
1:30 



DATE 




OPPONENT 


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 


11 


at 


Virginia 


18 




Clemson 



THE FOOTBALL STAFF 

HEAD COACH Jerry Claiborne 

(864-4384) 



ASSISTANT COACHES 

(454-2123 or 2128 — 454-4066, 4067 or 4068) 

LINEBACKERS John Devlin 

QUARTERBACKS Jerry Eisaman 

DEF. GUARDS George Foussekis 

OFFENSIVE SETBACKS Thomas Groom 

OFFENSIVE LINE John "Jake" Hallum 

RECEIVERS Morgan Hout 

OFFENSIVE LINE & KICKERS Dick Redding 

DEF. TACKLES Gib Romaine 

DEF. ENDS Rod Sharpless 

DEF. SECONDARY Terry Strock 

SECRETARIES 

Ellie Peddicord 
Linda Kubany 



j SPECIAL DAYS — BYRD STADIUM 

! TULANE — Kid's Day 

1 

j KENTUCKY — Returning Letterman's Day 

I N.C. STATE — Homecoming 

WAKE FOREST — Band Day 



DATE 

Sept. 
10 
17 
24 

Oct. 

1 

8 

15 

22 

29 

Nov. 
5 
12 
19 



Dec. 
22 



#977 RESULTS 



OPPONENT 

at Clemson 

West Virginia 
at Penn State 

at N.C. State 

Syracuse 
at Wake Forest 

Duke 

North Carolina 

Villanova 
at Richmond 
Virginia 



SCORE ATT. 

21-14 44,650 

16-24 45,123 

9-27 62,079 



20-24 
24-10 
35- 7 
3113 
7-16 

19-13 
27-24 
28- 



HALL OF FAME CLASSIC 
(Birmingham, Alabama) 



42,800 
39,100 
24,900 
44,867 
42,683 

30,186 
17,000 
33,787 



T£RP NOTES 

OFFENSIVE FORMATION Muhiple EYE 

DEFENSIVE FORMATION Wide Tackle Six 

LETTERMEN RETURNING 30 

LETTERMEN LOST 22 



OFFENSE 

SE 

QT 

QG 

C 

SG 

ST 

TE 

WB 

FB 

QB 

TB 



THE LETTERMEN 

(17) ( ) Denotes Number Letters Earned 



Jim Ulam, Scott Collins 

Glenn Chamberlain, Paul Glamp 

Mike Simon (2) Bruce Byrom 

Kervin Wyatt (2) 

Larry Stewart 

Eric Sievers (2) Tom Burgess 

Dean Richards (3) Don Dotter 

Mickey Dudish (2) Steve Koziol (2) 

Steve Atkins (3) George Scott (2) 
Alvin Maddox (2) 



DEFENSE (12) ( ) Denotes Number Letters Earned 
LE Jim Shaffer (2) 



Minnesota 



17- 7 



LT Keith Caha (2) Ed Gall 

LG Bruce Palmer (2) 

RG Marlin Van Horn 

RT Charlie Johnson (2) 

RE Joe Muffler 

LLB Neal Olkewlcz (2) 

RLB Brian Matera 

LHB Lloyd Burruss (2) 

RHB Chris Ward (2) 

SAF R.ilph Lary 

KICKING SPECI.\LIST (1) 

PLACEKICKER — Ed linear 

47,000 PUNTER 



Fads About Maryland 



AiMeiic Department 



LOCATION College Park, Mil. 20740 

ATHLETIC DEPT Cole Field Mouse 

PRESIDENT Dr. Jolin S. Toll 

CHANCELLOR Dr. Robert L. Gluckstern 

FOUNDED: 

1807 as (V)llcji;e of Medicine of Maryland 

1812 changed name to University of Maryland 

1920 merged witli Maryland Agricultural College 

ENROLLMENT: (Spring 1978) 

12,479 undergraduate men — full time 
10,671 undergraduate women — full time 

2,208 undergraduate men — part time 

2,383 undergraduate women — i)art time 

3,931 graduate students — men 

3,648 graduate students — women 
23,150 undergraduate students — full time 
35,320 total students on College Park Campus 

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR Carl C James 

FACULTY CHAIRMAN- 
ATHLETICS Dr. Charles Taff 

CONFERENCE Atlantic Coast 

FOOTBALL STADIUM Byrd (45,000) 

NICKNAME Terrapins (Terps) 

COLORS Red and White, Black and Gold 

(The colors of die State Flag) 

GAME UNIFORMS Red and White 

TE.\M PHYSICL\N Dr. Stanford A. I^\ ine 

TIL\INER John J. Bush 

ASSISTANT TRALNERS Jim Weir 

Sandra Worth 

VARSITV' SPORTS (Men 13) 

Baseball, BaskeQ)all, Cross-Country, Fencing, Football, 
Golf, Indoor Track, Lacrosse, Soccer, Swimming, 
Tennis, Track and Field, Wrestling. 

(Women 10) 

Basketball, Field Hockey, Cross-Country, Gymnastics, 
Indoor Track, Lacrosse, Swimming, Tennis, Track and 
Field, Volleyball. 



Mailing Address: Box 295 

College Park, Maryland 
20740 



Telephone: 



AREA CODE (301) 



ADMINISTRATION 

OFFICE 

Athletic Director — Carl C. James 454-4705 

Assistant AD — William ".Spider" Fry 454-4706 

Assistant AD — Frank Cray 454-2641 

Assistant AD — Christine J. Weller 454-5854 

.\ssistaril to AD — lioh Wall 454-3332 

(iothard Lane 4,54-4067 

Business Manager — Dick Dull 454-2121 

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

Ticket Manager — Deborah Russell 454-2121 

Educational Foundation — Col. Tom Fields 454-4562 

M Cluh — Al Hcagy 454-5158 

Director of Coif Course — Frank Cronin .... 454-2131 
Band Director — John Wakefield 454-2501 

COACHES — MEN 

Baseball — Jack Jackson 454-4041 

Basketball — "Lefty" Driesell 454-2126 

Cross Country — Stan Pitts 454-4816 

FencuiK — Mike Dowhower 454-3286 

Football — Jerry Claiborne 454-2125 

Golf — Randy Hoffman 454-2131 

Lacrosse — Bud Bcardmore 454-4328 

Soccer — Jim Dietsch 454-5212 

Swimming — Charles Hoffman 454-2756 

Tennis — Doyle Royal 454-4136 

Track — Frank Costello 454-4816 

Wrestling — John McHugh 454-2652 

COACHES — WOMEN 

Basketball — Christine J. Weller 454-5854 

Cross-Country — Stan Pitts 454-4816 

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 — Stan Pitts 454-4816 

Volleyball — Barbara Drum 454-2625 

STAFF 

Trainer — John J. Bush 454-4819 

Assistant Trainers — Jim Weir 454-2758 

.Sandra Worth 454-5854 

Equipment Manager — Ron Fulton 454-4817 

Jack Gable 454-4817 

Mike Clark 4.54-2127 

Stadium and Grounds — Lindy Kehoe 454-2822 

Bud Apple 454-2825 

SPORTS INFORMATION OFFICE 

Director — Jack Zane 864-4076 

.Vssistant — Patti Wessel 454-2123 

Secretary — Theresc Ryan 454-2123 

Student Assistant — Steve Whelton 454-2123 



HOME 

434-3784 
262-4590 
Uidistcd 
474-4077 



277-3460 
439-1118 
277-5594 
345-3957 
277-0794 



725-4832 
L'n listed 

(717) 
794-2918 
345-3344 
779-4659 
Llnlistcd 
544-2270 
L'niistcd 
431-1170 
530-1941 
445-1786 
530-1553 



Unlisted 

345-7469 
345-1091 
345-7469 

656-5916 

345-8710 



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. 301—779-7700 

INTERSTATE INTNf 
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 CaroUton, 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 — 864-7700 
Union Cab — 779-4500. 

AIRPORT TRANSPORTATION 
TO COLLEGE PARK 

From: National Airport — Cabs, $12.00 with a 50 cent 
charge for each additional person going to the 
same place. 

Dulles Airport — Cabs, $27.00 widi a 50 cent 
charge for each additional person going to the 
same place. 

Bahimore-yV ashinglon Iiitrrtwlioual — Cabs $14 
or $16 on the Meter witli NO additional Charge 
for additional passengers. 

— Air[X)rt Limousine Service: $8.00 single or 
$12.00, two to five f)eople, with drop at your 
Motel. 



TERRAPIN HEADQUARTERS 

(on the road) 

LOUISVILLE 

Gait House 

Fourth St. at River 

Louis\'ille, Ky. 40202 

NORTH CAROLINA 

DUKE 

Governors Inn 

P.O. Box 12168 

Research Triangle Park 

Nordi Carolina, 27708 

SYRACUSE 

Sheraton Motor Inn 

7th Nortli St. & Electronics Pkwy. 

Syracuse, New York 13088 

PENN STATE 

Holiday Inn 

1450 Soutli Atherton St. 

State College, Pa. 16801 

VIRGINIA 

Mt. Vernon (Quality Inn) 

P.O. Box 1084 

U.S. 29 and 250 

Charlottesville, Va. 22902 

INTERVIEWS 



PLAYERS 

It is requested that all player interviews be arranged 
through the sports information office. We will make 
every attempt to have the players call you at a designated 
time or be available for an interview on campus. Please 
make request at least a day in advance so we can arrange 
with the athletes at practice. On many class days it is 
impossible to get in toixh with diem until they show 
up for practice. 

LOCKER ROOM 

The Maryland locker room will be open approximately 
10 minutes following each game with only male ac- 
credited press admitted. Players will be available in a 
designated area near die locker room for special requests. 

HOME GAMES 

Coach Claiborne will meet the media in die Team 
Meeting room on first floor of football building about 
10 minutes after game. Key players will also be available 
in this area following Coach Claiborne. 

TUESDAY PRESS LUNCHEON 

Coach Claiborne and University officials will attend a 
weekly luncheon each Tuesday during the season be- 
ginning September 5 at die Center of Adult Education 
on Campus. He will be available there from 11:45 to 
1:15. 

COACH CLAIBORNE 

Coach Claiborne would prefer mid-week interviews 
on Thursday after 11:00 A.M. but will make every 
effort to return your calls between 11:00 A.M. and 1:00 
P.M. on Wednesday. Requests may be made dirough the 
Sports Information Office or his secretary. 



JjE«YCLADB©^N 




--<<<s@§j^; 



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Jerry Claiborne is considered one of the top football 
coaches in the nation and he has earned the title the 
hard way. He has ser\ed as the head coach at t\vo major 
universities, building winning programs at botli, and 
develop)ed seven bowl teams. 

Under Claiborne's direction the Terrapins have visited 
five consecutive bowls and his Virginia Tech Gobblers 
had two post season encounters. 

Wien Claiborne arrived in Cx>llege Park, in 1972, he 
was taking over a football program that had suffered 
through five head coaches in 16 years witli a combined 
record of 60-100-1. The last bowl visit by a Maryland 
team had been by Jim Tatum's 1955 team that met 
Oklahoma in the Orange Bowl. 

The presious four coaches had a combined record 
of 48-82 over a 13 year span. In just six years Claiborne 
has recorded a 49-20-2 record, with three Atlantic Coast 
Conference Ciiampionships to go with his five consecu- 
tive bowl visits. 

Claiborne's first Maryland game was in Raleigh, 
North Carolina and the Terps were suffering with a six 
game losing streak in the league. The game ended in a 
24-24 tie but the Terps picked up their first conference 
victory four weeks later with Maryland's first league 
shutout in seven years and went on to a 5-5-1 season. 

Claiborne's second conference shutout came in 1973 
and began a league record 21 consecutive conference 
victories. In six years the Terrapins have won 28 



league games with only five losses and the tie while 
outscoring the opjxjsition 948-360 and recorded 10 
shutouts in the 34 games. Maryland also won three 
conference championships during the wiiming streak. 

In 1973 another Claiborne joined tlie Maryland foot- 
ball program, as a walk-on non scholarship candidate. 
Jonathan, the coach's son had played his high school 
football at Blacksburg High in Virginia, Fairview High 
in Colorado and nearby Northwestern High in Mary- 
land. At 5-foot-lO and 170 pounds he was the starting 
safely for Maryland's Cotton Bowl team of 1976 and 
Hall of Fame Classic team of 1977. He worked on the 
weights, improved his spe^d and earned his scholarship 
the hard way playing for the junior varsity. In his first 
collegiate game with the JVs as a freshman safety all 
he did was lead the Terps to a 14-9 win over Virginia. 
He contributed hvo interceptions, a key fumble re- 
covery, blocked an extra point with the Terps leading 
by a single pvoint at the time and broke up several key 
pass plays. He was an ACC Honor Roll Student each 
year and graduated with a double major in Accounting 
and History. He has enrolled in the Duke University- 
Law School. During the 1976-77 school year he recorded 
a f>erfect 4.0 average in the classroom and was named 
an Academic AU-American his senior year. 

He was a recipient of the National Football Founda- 
tion and Hall of Fame Scholarship, one of only 11 
scholar-athletes in the nation to receive a $1,000 graduate 
fellowship. He also received a $1,500 NCA.A Scholar- 
Athlete Award. 



Since taking over at Maryland, Claiborne has been 
named the ACC "Coach of the Year" three times, the 
District III "Coach of the Year" three times and the 
Sporting News National "Coach of the Year" in 1974. 

His 1976 Maryland team was the first to win 11 games 
in a season and in 1974 he coached the Outland Trophy 
winner in Randy White. The Terp defensive tackle also 
won the Lombardi Trophy and was named the UPI 
"Lineman of the Year" along with other honors. 

His son Jonathan is not the first Terp to excell as a 
scholar-athlete as 19 have been named to the All-ACC 
Academic team and Kim Hoover was a first team Aca- 
demic All-American in 1975 and Joe Muffler joined 
Jonathan on the 1977 squad. 

Claiborne is a strong advocate of recognition for his 
athletes. Prior to his arrival the Terp>s had five All-ACC 
players in seven years and since then have had 27 
named to the all-league team in just six years, including 
seven on the 1976 team. 

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 coperative with the media concerning in- 
terviews for his athletes. Since joining the Terrapins 
he has been named to the coaching staff of the East-West 
Shrine game three times, the Coaches All-American 
game, the Hula Bowl and served as the Head Coach 
of the Japan Bowl in 1977. He has conducted clinics 
in Eurof>e (Ramstein, Germany and Alconbury, Eng- 
land) for the USAF, participated in the NCAA College 
Football Press Day and the 1977 NCAA College Foot- 
ball '77 preview in Kansas City. 

The last Maryland All-American had been Gary 
Collins as a first team selection in 1961 but Claiborne 
has developed Paul Vellano, Randy White, Joe Camp- 
bell and Steve Mike-Mayer as first team selections with 
Louis Carter, Ed Fulton and Mark Manges as second 
team selections. Numerous others have achieved honor- 
able mention honors and Randy White picked up the 
league's "Player of the Year" honors in 1974. 

His players have captured the League's Brian Piccolo 
award twice and the Jim Tatum award twice with his 
son Jonathan the 1977 recipient. 



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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 
secondary 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 
organizations including Lamp and Cross, and Omicron 
Delta Kappa. He was selected the "Outstanding 
Senior" in the College of Education and graduated from 
Kentucky with "High Distinction" accumulating a 2.7 
out of a possible 3.0 grade point average. In 1968 he 
was elected to the University of Kentucky Hall of 
Fame. 

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 foot- 
ball team won the state title. 

After two years at the Academy he returned to his 
Alma Mater as assistant coach with Paul Bryant. Two 
years later Coach Bryant moved to Texas A & M and 
Claiborne went with him as defensive coordinator. In 
two years Texas A & M was the Southwestern Conference 
Champions and Coach Claiborne's defense led the 
league. 

In 1957 Coach Claiborne joined the Missouri coaching 
staff with Frank Broyles. Once again Claiborne was the 
deferLsive coordinator however his stay in Missouri was 
short lived as the next year found Coach Bryant accept- 
ing the Head Coaching position at Alabama and Clai- 
borne returned to Bryant's staff as the assistant head 
coach in charge of defense. 



Ill two of tlif next three years llie Al.ih.iiii.i te.iiii.s 
were among the best in the country defensively as they 
|)hiyecl in l)(>lli llie I,il)erly and Hiiiehoniiel Howls. 

Willi siuli iniMiediale siiieess beinjj the |)attern of 
('.Liiliorne's coaching career, he was selected as ihe 
head iooliiall inacli at Virj;inia I'i>!yle( linn InsUliile. 

In (luce short years Virginia Tech won the first 
Soiillurn (Conference ('hain|>ioiislii|) ni the history of 
Ihe mIk.I. In l!)(i(i and l<)(i.S ( lail.orne's Virginia Tech 
teams |)layed in the Liberty Houl. 

In ISKi.'i he was selected as the Southern Clonference 
"Coach of (he Year". In 1966 he was selected as the 
District III "('oacli of the Year". His overall record 
at VPI was 6I-,39-2 rankinj; him anionj;; the top 25 
coaches in the Ihiited States. 

While heading ii[) the Virginia Tech |)rogram he 
was honored by being selected to coach in the Hhie- 
Gray and Coaches All-Ainerican game. 

Ills If) year coaching record now stands at 110 wins 
59 losses and four ties. By winning 65 [)ercent of his 
games he ranks among the top 15 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 Baj)tist 
Church. While in Virginia he sened as State Chairman 
of the Cancer Crusade and since moving to Maryland 
has served as the Chairman of the Prince Georges County 
Cancer Crusade. The Virginia campaign raised over 
$1,000,000 for the first time in the history of the state 
with ("laiborne as Chairman. 

Mrs. Claiborne the former Faye Hooks of Hopkinsville, 
is also a University of Kentucky graduate. 

The Claibornes have two sons, David and Jonathan 
and two daughters Katie and Eileen. 

Claiborne was born on August 26, 1928. 



C'I..\inOK\KS BOWL RECORD 



VI'I 


1966 


Liberty 


7 


Miami 


14 


\PI 


1968 


Liberty 


17 


Mississij)pi 


34 


MI). 


I97.'J 


Peach 


16 


Georgia 


17 


Ml). 


1974 


Liberty 


.3 


Tennessee 


7 


Ml). 


1975 


Ciator 


1.3 


Florida 





Ml). 


1977 


( Dillon 


21 


I louston 


30 


MI). 


1977 


I l.iil of lame 


17 


Minnesota 


7 



1961 
1962 
1963 
1964 
1965 
1966 
1967 
1968 
1969 
1970 



CL.AIBORXES RECORD 
VIR(;iNIA TECH 

5 



TOTAL 61 



1972 
1973 
1974 
1975 
1976 
1977 
TOTAL 



8 

9 

11 

8 
49 



OVERALL 
TOTAL 110 



.') 
2 
4 
3 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
39 

5 
4 
4 
2 
1 
4 
20 

59 







1 




1 


2 



S.C. Coach of Year 



S.C. & Dist. Ill Coach of Year 



(10) Years 



MARYLAND 

1 



1 




2 



ACC& Dist. Ill Coach of 'Sear 
Spt. News Nat. Coach of War 
ACC & Dist. Ill Coach of Year 
ACC & Dist. Ill &>ach of Year 

(6) Years 
(16) Years 







S^V'. ^■' 






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 LOMBARD! TROPHY. White's 94 was 
retired by the University. 



8 



THE CLAIBORNE ERA AT MARYLAND 



Highlights of the Six Years 



1972 (5-5-1) 



1973 (8-4) 



1974 (8-4) 



1975 (9-2-1) 



1976 (11-1) 



After seven consecutive losing seasons by 
his predecessors. 

Made his debut in AC.C. with a 24-24 tic 
agaiiLst N.C. State in Raleigh (3-2-1) best 
ACC record since 1962. 
First Bowl a|)|)earanc"e since 1955 witii 
trip to tlie Peach Bowl. 
8-3 was best regular season record since 
1955. 

Ponded North Carolina's 15 game ACC 
winiiuig streak 23-3 at ('.lia|)el lliil. 
Started 21 game ACC wiiniing streak witli 
37-0 win over Wake Forest. 
5-1 AC(^. record best since 1955. 
ACC and District III Coach of tlie Year. 
Two All-Anicricaris in Paul Vellano and 
Randy White. Maryland's first since 1961. 
Maryland's first trip to I5o\\ls in consecu- 
tive years with Liberty Bowl invitation. 
Maryland's first outright ACC Cham|)ion- 
ship and 6-0 Terps' best ACC record. 
K\tended ACC winning streak to 10 
games. 

Coached winner of Outland Trophy, 
Lombard! Trophy and UPI Lineman of 
Year in Randy White. 
.Also ACC Player of Year, in Randy 
Wliite. 

Seven Players received some sort of All- 
American Recognition. 
Terps established 31 Maryland Records 
and four .ACC Records. 
.Attendance Marks were set for Byrd Sta- 
diiun (single game, season and per game 
average). 

Claiborne was named Tlie Sporting News 
National Coach of the Year. 
Six players named to All-.ACC Team. 
Mary^land's third consecutive Bowl trip 
with invitation to Cator Bowl. 
Second consecutive .ACC Championship. 
62-14 win over Virginia tied ACC Record 
of 15 consecutive conference wins. 
Terps established 12 Marj'land records 
and seven -ACC Records. 
Attendance marks were again set for Byrd 
Stadium (single game, season and p)er 
game average). Per game average also 
league mark. 

Claiborne named .ACC Coach of Year. 
Four Terps named Honorable Mention 
AlI-.American by Associated Press. 
Seven Terps named to All-.ACC Team. 
Three Terps named to .All-.ACC .Academic 
Team. 

Terps led Nation in Kickoff Return aver- 
age. 

Led .ACC in Defense for fourth consecu- 
tive year. (Last in league in 1971). 
Maryland's fourth consecutive Bowl trip 
with invitation to Coton Bowl. 
Third consecutive .ACC Championship. 
ACC ''Coach of Year" — third time in last 
four years. 

Win over Virginia. 28-0. ended season 
with record 20 consecutive league wins. 



1977 (8-4) 



Team led ACG in seven of eight major 
statistical categories. 

Led ACC in defen.se for fifth consecutive 
year (last in league in 1971). 
Ranked among nation's leaders in Total 
Defense, Rushing Defense and Scoring 
Defense. 

Seven Terps named to All-ACC team. 
First team .AIl-.American in Joe Campbell. 
Seven Terps received some sort of .All- 
American recognition. 
Three Terps named to .All-.Acadcmic 
team. 

Team was not scored on in third quarter 
during season. 

Team ended the season witli three con- 
secutive shutouts. 

Team did not give up a touchdown on 
the ground in last 22 quarters. 
First Maryland team to ever win 11 games 
in one season. 

Defeated Clemson, 21-14, in opener to 
extend .Atlantic Coast Conference record 
winning streak to 21 games. 
Won six of last seven game.s, losing only 
to North Carolina, to gain bid to Hall 
of Fame Classic. 

Team led .ACC in passing, after having 
led league in defense the previous five 
years with Coach Claiborne. 
Win over Clenvson extended Terps reg- 
ular season winning streak to 15 games. 
Terps won the last three regular season 
games for the fifth consecutive year to 
gain their fifth conseaitive Bowl bid. 
Ted Klaube was named to the .All-.ACC 
team. 

Five Terps (all on defense) were named 
to the 1977 ACC All-Academic Football 
Team. They were Jonathan Claiborne, 
Chris Ward and Ralph Lary in the sec- 
ondary, and Joe Muffler along with 
Kenny Watson on the line. 
Jonathan Claiborne became the first Terp 
to be honored with a .National Football 
Foundation and Hall of Fame Graduate 
Fellowship, one of 1 1 to be honored this 
year with a $1,000 scholarship. He also 
won a $1,500 Graduate Fellowship from 
the NC.A.A as a scholar athlete. 
Jonathan Claiborne and Joe Muffler 
were named to the COSIDA Academic 
All-.American team and Claiborne re- 
ceived the .ACC's Jim Tatum Scholar- 
Athlete .Award. 

Terps ended the season with a shutout 
for the third time in the last four years. 
Claiborne was honored by the Baltimore 
Quarterback Club at a dinner attended 
by over 1.000 fans as the "Man of the 
Year." receiving the Johnny Unitas 
Trophy for his contribution to football. 
The Terps defeated Minnesota 17-7 in 
the First .Annual Hall of Fame Classic 
in Birmingham, Alabama. 



JERRY CLAIBORNE 
IN THE ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE 



ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICANS 

(Selected by College Sports Information Directors) 



1972 Maryland 24 


N.C. State 


24 


0-0-1) 












26 


North Carolina 


31 


0-1-1) 






1954— George Palahunik 






23 


Wake Forest 





1-1-1) 


1st 


shutout 








14 


Duke 


20 


1-2-1) 








i3w^ 




24 


Virginia 


23 


2-2-1) 






1956— Mike Sandusky 


-fjglllp?^. 




31 


Clemson 


6 


3-2-1) 










1973 


23 


Nortli Carolina 


3 


4-2-1) 






1970 — Steve Fromang 






22 


N.C. State 


24 


4-3-1) 








^SjI^hMB^^P' 




37 


Wake Forest 





5-3-1) 


2nd 


shutout 


1975 — Kim Hoover 






30 


Duke 


10 


6-3-1) 












33 


Virginia 





7-3-1) 


3rd 


shutout 




■ «b1%' 




28 


Clemson 


13 


8-3-1) 






1977 — Jonathan Claiborne 
















Joe Muffler 


Kim Hoover 


1974 


24 


North Carolina 


12 


9-3-1) 












31 


Clemson 





10-3-1) 


4th 


shutout 








47 


Wake Forest 





11-3-1) 


5th 


shutout 








20 


N.C. State 


10 


12-3-1) 












56 


Duke 


13 


13-3-1) 






CURRENT TERPS ON 






10 


Virginia 





14-3-1) 


6th 


shutout 


ACC HONOR ROLL 


. i^BC?)^^^MiiW". 


1975 


34 


North Carolina 


7 


15-3-1) 






("B" Average 






37 


N.C. State 


22 


16-3-1) 






for full year) 






27 


Wake Forest 





17-3-1) 


7th 


shutout 








22 


Clemson 


20 


18-3-1) 






John Baldante 1978 






62 


Virginia 


24 


19-3-1) 






Glenn Chamberlain, 1978 




1976 


16 
17 


N.C. State 
Wake Forest 


6 
15 


20-3-1) 
21-3-1) 






Scott Collins, 1978 






30 


Duke 


3 


22-3-1) 






Ralph Lary, 1977, 1978 


IHTir^ 




20 


Clemson 





23-3-1) 


8th 


shutout 


Phil Livingston, 1977, 1978 


iii^V^i^^i^iiS. 




28 


Virginia 





24-3-1) 


9th 


shutout 


Samuel Medile, 1978 


^ a . 


1977 


21 


Clemson 


14 


25-3-1) 






Joe Muffler, 1976, 1977, 1978 


Jonathan Claiborne 




20 


N.C. State 


24 


25-4-1) 






Dean Richards, 1978 






35 


Wake Forest 


7 


26-4-1) 












31 


Duke 


13 


27-4-1) 






Brad Senft, 1978 






7 


North Carolina 


16 


27-5-1) 






Chris Ward, 1976, 1977, 1978 






28 


Virginia 





28-5-1) 


10th shutout 




ifMi^-'S 



948 TOTAL POINTS 360 




TERRAPINS ON ALL-ACC ACADEMIC TEAMS 



1954 — George Palahunik 
John Irvine 

1955 — Stanley Polyanski 
John Healey 

1956 — Mike Sandusky 
Donald Healy 
Tom Selep 

1960— Dwayne Fletcher 

1961— Bob Hacker 
Dick Novak 

1963— David Nardo 

1967— Chuck Tine 

1968— Ralph Friedgcn 

1970 — Steve Fromang 
Len SantacrcKe 
Jerry Erliard 
Scott Shank 

1972— Jerry Erhard 



1973 — Kim Hoover 

1974— Bob Avellini 
Rick Jennings 
Phil Wagaiiheim 
Derick Harris 
Jim Brechbiel 
Tom Schick 

1975 — Kim Hoover 
John Schultz 
Mike Cielensky 

1976— Bob Raba 

Gene Otliap 
Jonathan Cilailxirnc 

1977 — Jonatlian Claiborne 
Ralph Lary 
Joe Muffler 
Chris Ward 
Kenny \\ at-son 



Joe Muffler 



NCAA -CHEVROLET SCHOLARSHIP AWARDS 

($1,000 Each From ABC-TV Games) 

1974 — Louis Carter vs North Carolina 
Randy White vs North Carolina 
Bob Avellini vs Penn State 

1975 — Kevin Benson vs Kentucky 

1976 — Mark Manges vs Kentucky 
Alvin Maddox vs Clemson 
Joe Campbell \s Clem.son 



10 



ASSiSTAMT COACHES 



John Devlin (West Chester '59) 
Linebackers 

Coacli I)c\liri works with llic kt'"!!' '''■'' ^ "'"'i (lai- 
horiic has ()flcii iiRiilioiicd as ihc kiy lo the siicciss of 
(he wide tackle six defense. The linebackers are es|)ecially 
important to tliis defensive aliginnent and Devlin has 
develo[)ed some of the best over the years. Brad Carr 
was the leading tackier on the Cotton Bow] team with 
157, Kevin Benson led the Gator Bowl team with 149 
and Harry Walters set a Maryland record «ith 173 on 
the 1974 Liberty Bou 1 (cam. MI three achieved All- 
.\CC honors and Honorable Mention All-Ainerican 
honors with Carr picking up 106 of a possible 110 
votes in tlie balloting for all-league honors as a junior. 
Walters Is now an established star in the Canadian Foot- 
ball League. 

Devlin joined the Terps in 1973, replacing Bobby 
Ross who assumed the head coaching duties at The 
Citadel. He served with Coach Claiborne at Virginia Tech 
from 1966 tlirough 1970 and was the defensive line 
coach at Florida State for two years before joining Clai- 
borne at Maryland. 

The native of Norristowii. Pennsylvania began his 
football career at St. Matthews High in nearby Consho- 
hocken 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 19.58 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 tlien coached the Fourdi Army team while serving 
in Germany. He joined Paul Dietzel at West Point for 
three years before moving to Virginia Tech. 

He was born in Norristown on April 12, 1937. While 
in German he married die former Irma Kleemann of 
Regensburg. Germany. They have four children, John 
III, Elizabetli, 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, for the first time since joining the 
Maryland staff, will not have a letterman at quarterback 
when the Terps ojx,-n the 1978 season. 

The last three starters Eisaman has coached all liave 
joined the professional ranks with Bob Avellini estab- 
lished w^ith the Bears, Mark Manges joining the Rams 
and Larrry Dick in Canada with the Rougliridcrs. 

The Terps led the ACC in passing offen.sc last fail 
and scoring offensive desjjite having both quarterbacks 
injured most of the season. 

While at Kentucky Eisaman was recognized as the 
All-SEC Sophomore Quarterback and was selected Cxj- 
Caj)tain his senior year. He also played in the Blue- 
Gray All-Star game. 

Academically he received the Sam lluey 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 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 lie 
spent three years at Senaca High in Louis\ille, Kentucky 
before joining C>)ach (Claiborne at Virginia Tech in 
1966, coaching the offensive backs for three years. He 
ser\'ed as the offensive coordinator at the University of 
Cincinnati for three years before rejoining Claiborne 
at Maryland. 

Eisaman also spends his afternoons in die press box 
calling the offensive plays for the Terp quarterbacks. 
Coach Eisaman is a 41 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 
Virginia Tech and has developed an All-American at 
Maryland in Paul Vellano a first team selection by the 
American Football Coaches .Association in 1973. 

Foussekis coaches with the same fervor that made 
him an All-American and is just as succesful. He has 
develop>ed an all-league guard in five of the six seasons 
he has been at Maryland. Vellano made the All-ACC two 
consecutive years, Paul Divito followed and Larry Seder 
won the honors in 1976. Last Fall Ted Klaube made 
the all-league squad after leading the team with a 
record 186 tackles. 

Dave Visaggio. one of his guards, won the ACC"s Brian 
Piccolo Award in "74 and Ernie Salley earned three 
letters at guard before moving to tackle last fall. His 
guards recorded a dozen quarterback sacks last year 
after picking up 14 in each of the two previous seasons. 

Coach Foussekis has been especially effective recruit- 
ing in his native state of Virginia. His recruits have 
included Walter White, the tight end from Charlottes- 
ville, now with Kansas City in the NFL. and Ralph 
Fisher of Radford who joined Buffalo following gradu- 
ation. He also recruited Steve Atkins and Alvin NIaddox, 
two outstanding tailbacks, and Bruce Palmer one of his 
guards. 



11 



He 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 coordniator 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, 
basketball and baseball teams. He was named tlie 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 32 year old bachelor was born on April 28, 1946. 



Thomas Groom (Virginia Tech '67) 
Offensive Setbaclts 

Coach Groom has three running backs this fall who 
have contributed a total of 15 games of 100 plus yards 
rushing including the two best in Maryland history. 
Steve Atkins set the school record of 215 yards but 
George Scott broke that last fall with 237 on a record 
42 carries. The backs scored 27 touchdowns rushing last 
fall and 21 the previous year. 

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 Flayer in the Coaches Ail-American game in 
Lubbock, Texas. Tim Wilson the 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 Charleston, 
West Virginia. 

Following graduation from Tech he remained as a 
graduate assistant until entering the Army as a Com- 
missioned 2nd Lt. He served as an assistant coach at 
the USMA Prep School 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. 

He 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 of- 
fensive line, that led the Terps to the Cotton Bowl, 
depart and four of the five joined NFL teams. Then he 
opened the 1977 season by losing two starters for the 
entire season with injuries and another half dozen missed 
one or more games with injuries. 

Mike Yeates, the only starter returning last fall, has 
now joined the Washington Redskins but Coach Hallum 
has eight letterincn back in the interior line. 

He has develo[>cd AU-ACC selections in Tackles Stan 
Rogers and Marion Koprowski and Guard Ed Fulton. 

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



began his coaching career at Pickens High in South 
Carolina as assistant coach in football and basketball 
and head baseball coach. In 1962 he moved to Hopkins- 
ville 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 tlie District Championship and in 1967 won the 
State title. His track team placed third in the State in 
1967. 

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

In February of 1968 he moved to Morehead State 
University as assistant football coach and in April was 
named the head football coach and assistant professor. 
He sened 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. 



fHlf 
CHtCMtNC 




Morgan Hout (Temple '71) 
Offensive Receivers 

Coach Hout took over the duties as receivers coach 
last fall and saw them contribute to the Terrapins 
leading the ACC in Scoring and Pass Offense last fall. 
His three top receivers contributed 76 receptions ac- 
counting for 1,200 yards. Dean Richards established a 
Maryland record with 160 yards on receptions in the 
Peiui State game and Chuck White caught eight for 
126 yards in the Hall of Fame Classic. 

He came to Maryland as a graduate assistant in the 
spring of 1974 after having served as a head coach in 
the high sc'hool ranks in the Carolinas for three and a 
half years. 

Coach Hout started the football program at Harbor 
Christian School in Columbia, South Carolina as Coach 
and Athletic Director in 1971 and in his second year 
had a 6-4 record while coaching basketball and base- 
ball. 



12 



-fi&l^. 




In 1973 he moved to Northside Christian School in 
C'harlotte as Head Football and Baskclhall coach and 
recorded a 10-2 football record. W'orkiiij; with die 
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. 



Dick Redding (Springfield '40) 
Offensive Line & Kickers 

Coach Redding works with the offensive line and the 
kickers who have been so effective for the Terps in 
Steve Mike-Mayer and Mike Sochko. Mike-Mayer moved 
on to the 49ers and Sochko is heading up the road to 
the Colts. 

He has also coordinated the scouting program that 
has been so effective in die past. He concentrated on the 
use of film for scouting before the new rules prohibiting 
scouting in {>erson so the adjustment was minor for the 
Terrapin staff. 

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

Coach Redding began his coaching career at \'ermont 
College where he served as Atldetic Director, football, 
basketball, baseball and track coach. 

He entered die Kavy in I94I as an aviator and in 1947 
resumed his coaching career at DaMclson College as 
assistant football and head swimming 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 Adiletic Fraternity along widi 
the National Football Coaches .\ssociation. 

Coach Redding captained the football, basketball and 
track teams at Springfield College. He j^layed in die 1940 
NC.\.\ basketball tournament as Springfield won die 
New England Championship. 

He was bom in Auburn, Maine on July 23. 1918 
and is a graduate of Langley High in Pittsburgh, 
Pennsyhania. He married the former Elva Hedly and 
diev ha\e a son Dick. 



Gib Ronmine (East Stroudsburg 'GG) 
Defensive Tackles 

Coach Romainc had an honor in '74 that few coaches 
ever achieve. He coached the winner of die Oudand 
Trophy, the I^jiiibardi 'Froi)hy, the UPI "Lineman of 
the Year" and die ACC: "Player of die Year' 'in Randy 
White. After having White as a two year .All .American 
he came up with another in 1976 in Joe Camiibell, a 
Wilmington, Delaware native as was Wliite. C;am|)bell 
was a consensus All-Americaii and the first round draft 
choice of die New Orleans Saints while White was a 
first round choice of the Dallas Cowboys. 

Coach Roniaine was a defensive line coach at Kansas 
State for three years before joining Coach Claiborne's 
staff. He had joined die Kansas State staff in 1969 as 
a graduate assistant working with the freshman team. 
He received his Masters in Physical Exiucation from 
Kansas State in 1970 and served as varsity line coach 
for diree years. 

Co-Captain of the 196,') undefeated and third ranked 
NAIA team at East Stroudsburg, he began his coaching 
career at Mansfield State in 1967. He served two years 
as a.ssistant 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 concentrating on f(X)tball in college. He is a 
member of the Masonic Lodge and Phi Sigma Ka{)j)a 
S(Kial Fraternity. 

Romaine married the former Marcia Seymour, a 
cheerleader at East Stroudsburg and native of Man.s- 
field, Pennsylvania. She taught school in Mansfield 
and also in Kansas. They have a son Jonadian. 



Rod Sharpless (Maryland '75) 
Defensive Ends 

Coach Sharpless joined Jerry Claiborne's staff last 
fall and works widi the defensive ends, the posirion he 
played for Coach Claiborne at Maryland. 

He has Jim Shaffer returning as a starter and Joe 
Muffler as an Academic Ail-American on the other side. 
Both are two year lettermen. 

Coach Sharpless, excelled at defensive end in the wide 
tackle six and the native of Jacksonville, North Caro- 
lina had 11 tackles in the backfield for the 1974 
Liberty Bowl team. Only Randy White had more. He 
set opiMinents back 56 yards with his tackles that year 
including four quarterback sacks. 

Since graduation he has taught Physical Education, 
Recreation and Health at Winningboro High in New 
Jersey and also served as .Assistant Football Ck)ach. As 
the Track Coach he led Willingboro to the Group IV 
Sectional Championship, the South Jersey Championship 
and runner-up for the State title. 

His ends contributed 13 quarterback sacks last fall 
and set opfxinents back 128 yards with their tackles in 
die backfield. The ends also came up with a pair of 
pass interceptions. 

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



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Terry Strock (Virginia Tech '62) 
Defensive Secondary 

Coach Strock had an all-league defensive back for five 
consecutive years and has another top candidate this 
fall in Lloyd Burruss a two year letterman with two 
years remaining. 

Bob Smith was an all-league safety for three consecutive 
years, Jim Brechbiel an all-league halfback and Ken Roy 
picked up the same honors. 

Last fall his safety, Jonathan Claiborne, was accorded 
Academic All-American honors. 

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. 

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. 




DR. STANFORD A. LAVINE 

Team Physician 

Dr. Stanford A. Lavine is the Terrapin Team Phy- 
sician and one of the top men in the nation in the field 
of "Sports Medicine". 

Dr. Lavine, a former Maryland Quarterback, developed 
his interest in "Sports Medicine" as an athlete and has 
worked with all 23 Maryland teams. 

He has also worked widi professional basketball and 
football, and box lacrosse becoming acquainted with 
every type of sports injury. 

He is still listed in tiie Maryland record bfK)ks as 
having teamed up with Ed Bolton for a 92 yard 
scoring pass play against South Carolina in 1949 as the 
Terps went on to the Gator Bowl. 

Against George Washington, Dr. Lavine completed 
three touchdown passes, a record he shared with se\'eral 
others until Mark Manges came up with four in 1975. 

Dr. Lavine is an Orthopedic Surgeon. 







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JOHN J. BUSH 

Head Trainer 

John J. Bush joined the Maryland training staff in 
1972 as an assistant to William "Spider" Fry. He took 
over the Head Trainer's duties this past spring as Fry 
moved into an administrative position in the adiletic 
director's office. 

In addition to working with football "Jay Jay" has 
served as Head Basketball Trainer and worked witli all 
13 Men's sports. 

He is a 1969 graduate of Florida State and came to 
Maryland from the U.S. Army where he served with 
the Airborne Rangers. He holds a private pilot's license 
and enjoys flying when he has the opf>ortunity. 




ROBERT JAMES WEIR 

Assistant Trainer 

Jim Weir joined the Maryland training staff in 1970 
after serving 10 years in the United States Navy. He 
ser\ed as a trainer for tliree years at the Naval Academy 
under Red Romo as a Hospitaliiian 2nd Class in tjie 
Navy. 

Since jouung the Terps, in addition to duties with 
the football team he has ser\ed as Head Basketball 
Trainer and as the trainer for the National Cham[>i()n- 
ship Lacros.se teams. 

A native of Chelsea, Michigan he attended Olivet 
College, prior to entering the Navy, and is a graduate 
of the Na\7 Pliysical Therapy Technical School. 



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1978 



TERPS 



STEVK ATKINS (.38) _ Senior 

6-1, 220 (6/22/56) SjioLsylvani;!, Virginia 

ATT YDS. AVG. LG. TD CiLASS 



1975 


87 


491 


5.6 


60 


7 


Fresliman 


1975 


20 


127 


6.4 


29 





C.ATOR ROWL 


1976 


108 


621 


5.8 


76 


5 


Sopliomorc 


1977 


147 


598 


4.1 


20 


9 


Junior 



Atkins has shown the ability to be one of the top 
running backs in the nation but has been hampered 
by injuries throughout his career. He has the si/c, the 
strength, bench pressing well over 300 jwunds, the 
quickness and overall .s[)eed ... he played in only 
seven games as a freshman but returned to gain the "of- 
fensive player of tiic game" honors in the (^ator Bowl 
. . . has not been available in last two bowl games and 
missed the 1978 spring practice as well . . . has gained 
over 100 yards in seven games. 

116 on 27 carries vs Duke 1977 

126 on 10 carries vs Virginia, 1975 

127 on 20 carries vs Florida, 1975 

133 on 23 carries vs West Virginia, 1976 

142 on 29 carries vs Wake Forest, 1977 

169 on 20 carries vs Richmond, 1976 

215 on 29 carries vs Syracuse, 1976 

In just four games plus seven carries in the fifth as 
a sophomore he gained 621 yards, scored five touch- 
downs, had a 5.8 average per carry and averaged 124 
yards a game despite only 15 yards against N.C. State 
as he suffered a knee injury . . . had a string of five 
consecutive games with 126 yards or better . . . ACC 
Rookie of Week in Virginia game as freshman and the 
league's offensive player of the week in the West Vir- 
ginia game as sophomore and die Duke game as a 
junior . . . first collegiate touchdown was a 13 yard nm 
against Nortli Carolina . . . his longest td as a freshman 
was 60 against Virgina, as sophomore 76 against Syra- 
cuse and as junior 20 against Wake Forest ... he 
scored three td's in the Duke game as a junior . . . 
played for Ken Brown at SjX)tsylvania high where he 
was all-slate and recruited by everyone . . . his 215 
yards against Syracuse broke the school record and has 
since been topped by George Scott's 237. 



JOHN BALDANTE (8) — Junior 
6-0, 182, (2/1/58) Colonia, New Jersey 

Junior defensive back who lettered on the Hall of 
Fame (:ia.s.sic team . . . had 10 tackles la.st fall with 
one furnliie recovery and an interception against Wake 
Forest . . . was a <juarleri)ack at Colonia high but ()layed 
defensive halfback for jiuiior varsity as freshman and for 
the varsity last fall . . . strong and sure tackier , bench 
pressing over 325 |M)unds ... on Scholastic Coach 
All-Ainerican list in high ... a Government and Poli- 
tics major . . . born in Newark, New Jersey . . . captained 
the f<)c>ti)all (earn ai Colonia High where he also ran 
on tiie track team and earned a jiair of letters in wrest- 
ling . . . fatlier played football and baseball at Upsala. 



CHRIS BARBIASZ (48) — Sophomore 
6-2, 205, (2/19/58) Ware, Massachusetts 

Linebacker who came to Maryland from Worcester 
Academy and Ware High . . . fullback and middle line- 
backer and captain of Ware High team . . . on cham- 
pionship team in both hwtball and basketball in high 
where he j)layed for Mike Stubljar . . . scored winning 
basket (51-50) with two seconds left in championship 
game . . . brodiers Timmy and Michael both all-state 
in high with Michael now at West Point . . . born in 
Cleveland, Tennessee. 



TODD BENSON (68) — Sophomore 
6-2, 215, (6/12/59) Altoona, Pennsylvania 

Defensive lineman who was a tight end, defensive 
end and linebacker for Altoona Area High where he 
captained the football team and played in the "Big 33" 
game and was an all-state selection . . . also wrestled 
in high for three years . . . brother Brad at Penn State 
. . . born in Altoona. 



LES BORING (74) — Sophomore 
6-3, 232 (6/12/59) Richmond, Ohio 

Offensive tackle who played both offense and defense 
for Jefferson Union where he captained the frx)tball 
tam and played in the Ohio-West Virginia All-Star 
game . . . also wrestled and played baseball in high 
where his brother Keith was an all-star fcxjtball player 
this past season and brother Dean wrestles and plays 
baseball and Dave plays football . . . bom in Steuben- 
vilie, Ohio. 



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GEORGE "SKIP" BROWN (86) — Sophomore 
6-2, 205 (5/1 1/59) Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 

Tight end who also played linebacker at Wilkinsburg 
high where he captained the football team and scored 
a touchdown with a 58 yard return of a pass interception 
. . . all-conference and honorable mention all-WPIAL 
. . . played lor Albert Mauro in high . . . born in 
Pittsburgh. 



NATHAN BROWN (93) — Sophomore 
6-3,250 (9/11/59) Suffolk, Virginia 

Defensive tackle who captained both the football and 
track teams at John F. Kennedy High where he was 
a three time all-district selection for Coach Willie 
Ricks . . . All-State and member of the Roanoke "Top 
25" and two year MVP . . . won the district and second 
in region in the shot put . . . born in Suffolk. 



TOM BURGESS (87) — Junior 

6-5, 225 (9/15/56) Forestville, Maryland 

Letterman tight end who caught four passes last fall 
playing behind Eric Sievers . . . started the Clemson 
game and caught a two point conversion pass against 
Wake Forest . . . freshman in '75 and did not play in 
'76 . . . played in his first varsity game as a freshman 
against Villanova . . . prep Ail-American as tight end 
and kicker for Frank Nietzey at Bishop McNamara where 
he kicked a 37 yard field goal and extra point in 10- 
6 win against Anacostia in RFK Stadium Championship 
game . . . caught 30 passes for 417 yards and punted 
for 45 yard average in senior year . . . seven field goals 
in high included a 42 yarder . . . captained the basketball 
team in high . . . has good speed and bench presses 
over 315 pounds . . . born in Washington, D.C. 



LLOYD BURRUSS (25) —Junior 

6-0, 195 (10/31/57) Charlottesville, Virginia 

Two year letterman who has started two bowl games, 
the Cotton and Hall of Fame . . . blocked a Minnesota 
field goal attempt in bowl game last fall . . . Coaches 
consider him one of the best defensive backs in the 
ACC . . . had 47 tackles and three interceptions as a 
sophomore after 27 tackles and an interception as fresh- 
man . . . returned seven punts last fall and returned 





an interception 63 yards to the North Carolina two 
setting up a touchdown . . . had his first collegiate 
interception, in his hometown, against Virginia as fresh- 
man . . . played for Charlottesville High where he 
was named the "Outstanding Athlete" in the school . . . 
on track team that won state championship and football 
team that won district championship . . . Prep Ail- 
American in two sports . . . did everything for track 
team, running the 440 and 880 and mile relay teams, the 
long and triple jumps and the shot put . . . has four 
sisters and a brother with two sisters Angela and Kathy 
running track and playing basketball at Charlottesville 
high . . . Recreation major . . . born in Charlottesville, 
Virginia. 



BRUCE BYROM (50) — Sophomore 

6-3, 215 (6/21/59) McKees Rocks, Pennsylvania 

Lettered as offensive center for Hall of Fame Classic 
team . . . came to Maryland from Sto-Rox high . . . 
handled the snaps on kicks last fall . . . bench presses 
300 pounds . . . 

KEITH CALTA (41) —Senior 

6-1, 225 (8/5/56) Williamsport, Pennsylvania 

Lettered at defensive end as sophomore and moved 
to tackle during 1977 season to add depth following in- 
juries there . . . came to Maryland from Williamspwrt 
high where he was a tight end and safety, and was the 
district javelin champion on tlie track team . . . captained 
the football team in high and was named the MVP . . . 
started at defensive end in '76 but suffered a knee 
injury ... in just six games had 33 tackles with two 
quarterback sacks . . . had 23 tackles last fall after 
recovering from knee op>eration . . . freshman in '74 
and did not play in '75 . . . strong, bench pressing over 
415 pounds with good quickness . . . born in Williams- 
port, Pennsylvania. 



JAN CARINCI (21) —Sophomore 
6-2, 205 (2/2/59) Toronto, Canada 

Played as a freshman on the Hall of Fame Classic 
team . . . wingback as freshman who can also fdl the 
split end position with good quickness and bench 
pressing nearly 300 pounds . . . was a running back 
and defensive back for Agincourt Collegiate Institute in 



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(lan.iil.i wlicrc lie cipl. lined (lie Ic.iiii lor llircc years and 
was iiaiiu'd die ■'Adilclc id die Wai" ill 75 unci MVP 
in '7() . . . .ilso |)l.i\cd ii,iski'd)ail and was a loiij; juin|)cr 
and liipic iiiiii|)(r mi llic track (cam for three years 
. . . also |)la\(d liiij;l)y as a junior in liij;li . . . played 
on two cliaiiipionslni) teams in iHj;li scoring all 10 points 
in !()-() win III l!)7,') and was named die M\ I' in hotli 
('liam|)ioiisliip frames . . . was the ilKiiii|iinn in llic 
tri|>lc jump in iiij;li . . . I're-Deiilal major . . . horn in 
London, lMij;land. 



MICHAEL CARNLY (59) — Sophomore 
6-1,230 (10/8/57) Claymoni. Delaware 

Has worked at both ()liensi\e and dcferisi\e lineman 
. . . came to Maryland from St. Marks iii^h where lie 
was on the Scholastic (loach Ail-American list . . . 
Caplained the foodiail leain in lii^h and on state 
championship team Iwo \ears . . . "IJi^ 33" all-slalc 
honors in Delaware lor two years . . . three l)rotlicrs 
aiul fi\e sisters with brother John playing football for 
Dartmouth with All-I\y honors . . . has j^ood t|uickness 
and bench presses nearly 350 pounds . . . born in 
Wilmington, Delaware. 



DALE CASTRO (16) — Sophomore 
6-2. 170 (11 26 59) Shady Side, Maryland 

Dressed for several home games as a walk-on freshman 
last fall . . . punter and placckickcr nlthouj;h he also 
played quarterback at Southern high for Coach James 
Gardner . . . all-metro()oIitan as kicker in football and 
pitcher in baseball . . . also lettered in basketball . . . 
sister Caryii also attended Maryland . . . political 
science major . . . born in Annapolis, Maryland. 



GLENN CHAMBERLAIN (60) — Senior 

6-0, 230 (2 13 56) Pompton Plains, New Jersey 

Letterman and starter at quickside guard for Hall of 
Fame Classic team last fall . . . freshman in '74 and did 
not play in '75 . . . was on the Cotton Bowl team but 
played behind Ed Fulton and Paul damp and did not 
letter . . . has good quickness and bench presses over 
325 pounds . . . earned two letters in football and 
three each in baseball and basketball at Pequannock- 
Township high . . . brolJier Force played three years 
at Clemson . . . captained football and baseball teams 
in high where he served two years as class president 
... on undefeated championship team in 1973 . . . 
all-state and Prep All-American in 1973 . . . Biology- 
major and born in Pomptoii Plains, New Jersey. 



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JAN CARINCI 



MIKE CARNEY 



STEVE CIANCIULLI (63) — Junior 

6-1, 235 (1/24/56) Staten Island, New York 

On ll.dl of lame Cla.ssic Team last fall . . . had a 
[)air of (a( kles on defense before moving to offense after 
se\eral injuries there . . . enrolled as a freshman in 
spring semester of '75 . . . three year letterman at 
Moiisignor I'arrell high where he played on two cham- 
pionship teams, one ;is a defensive tackle and the otlier 
as offensive tackle . . . ca[)taincd tlie '74 football team 
and named the MVP, all-metro and whos who all- 
american . . . he was born in Brooklyn, New York. 



SCOTT COLLINS (73) — Junior 
6-3,245 (3 11 57) (;ien Burnie, Maryland 

Lettered on the Hall of Fame Classic team with several 
starts after joining the team as a walk-on and earning 
a scholarshij) . . . Quickside offensive tackle . . . 
linebacker at Glen Burnie High for three years where 
he also wrestled for two years and was a catcher on 
the baseball team for three years . . . captained all 
three teams in high . . . county wrestling champion . . . 
bench presses over 360 jjounds . . . born in Baltimore, 
Maryland. 



RICHARD CUMMIN'S (54) — Junior 

6-2. 242 (V 11 78) Queens Village, New York 

On the Hall of Fame Classic team but did not letter 
. . . came to Maryland from Brooklyn Technical high 
where he was on the 1975 Daily News AU-Star team 
. . . captained the championship football team there 
. . . bench presses 435 pounds . . . born in New York 
City. 

DARNELL DAILEY (46) — Sophomore 
6-3, 215 (9 8 59) Baltimore, Maryland 

Strong linebacker who bench presses over 365 pounds 
with excellent quickness . . . captained the football team 
at Baltimore Polytechnic Institute to the MSAA cham- 
pionship . . . all-state . . . born in Baltimore, Maryland. 

JOE DEMATTIO (75) Sophomore 

6-2, 220, (3/19 58) Westport. Connecticut 

Played on the Hall of Fame Classic team as a fresh- 
man but did not letter . . . defensive guard with good 



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quickness and bench presses over 315 pounds . . . 
captained the football team at Staples high his senior 
year and on state championship team as junior . . . 
earned three letters each in football, wrestling and 
track in high . . . brother played at Milford Academy 
and Westchester State . . . born in Nonvalk, Connecticut. 



DAVID DIXON (31) — Sophomore 

6-3, 205 (7/31/58) Neuport News, Virginia 

Carried the ball only twice as a freshman, as he 
played, but did not letter . . . state hurdles champion 
at Ferguson high and on track team at Maryland 
. . . averaged over 1,000 yards a year for four years 
in high with all-state honors . . . born in Newport 
News, Virginia. 



DON DOTTER (32) — Senior 

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

Played on Cotton Bowl and Hall of Fame Classic 
teams but did not letter . . . Caught a pair of passes in 
'77 and two in '76 . . . threw a six yard touchdown 
pass to Chuck White against Virginia in '76 . . . com- 
peting for starting wingback berth . . . hard worker 
bench pressing over 300 pounds . . . captained foot- 
ball, basketball and track team at Williamsport High 
. . . state long jump champion and leading scorer for 
track team four consecuti\e years ... on state cham- 
pionship team . . . born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 



MICKEY DUDISH (37) — Senior 

5-11, 210 (3/2/57) Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania 

Lettered as fullback on Cotton Bowl and Hall of 
Fame Classic teams . . . carried the ball only six times 
and caught a pair of passes playing behind Tim Wilson 
on Cotton Bowl team but last fall started and picked 
up 143 yards on 40 carries \\ith three touchdowns . . . 
captained the football, baseball and basketball teams 
at Meyers high and the only player to earn MVP honors 
in three sports in the Wilkes-Barre area high schools 
. . . good blocker and bench presses over 310 pounds 
... on Pennsylvania 'Big 3y^ team and Prep Ail- 
American Cum Laude by Coach & Athlete . . . also 
on Coach & Athlete "Super Eleven" team as a tailback 
. . . had 1,418 yards rushing in senior year with 23 
pass attempts, 13 completions for 300 yards and four 
touchdov\ns . . . scored 49 touchdowns in three years 
and total of 3.284 yards rushing . . . averaged 20 points 
a game in basketball and three season batting average 
of .465 in baseball . . . pitched seven no-hitters in his 
first three years of baseball in high . . . Scholastic 



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Magazine All-American also . . . born in Wilkes-Barre, 
Pennsylvania. 



MIKE EASTMAN (98) — Sophomore 
6-1, 215 (2/4/59) Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 

Tailback and Linebacker for Taylor Allderdice and 
also fullback and defensive end for Shady Side Academy 
where he captained the track team . . . bench presses 
over 310 pounds ... a business major . . . born in 
Miami, Florida. 



GARY ELLIS (29) — Junior 

6-2, 185 (4/26/57) State College, Pennsylvania 

Split end who played but did not letter on Hall of 
Fame Classic team last fall . . . split end and safety 
for State College Area high where he was the MVP 
and captained the football and basketball teams . . . 
all-state and "Big 53'' in high . . . one of the fastest 
men on the team . . . brother Bruce played at Penn 
State . . . father is Associate Dean at Penn State and 
Mother is Director of Undergraduate Library at Penn 
State . . . Pennsylvania State Champions in '73 with 
win over Central Catholic . . . lost one game in senior 
year . . . caught 32 passes for 16 touchdowns and 731 
yards in senior year with total of 27 touchdowns in 
high . . . born in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. 



SCOTT FANZ (76) — Sophomore 

6-3, 250 (12/7/57) Hingham, Massachusetts 

Injured in '77 and did not play . . . offensive tackle 
with excellent quickness and bench presses over 300 
pounds . . . three year letterman tackle at Hingham 
high where he also wrestled . . . started for the \arsity 
while in the tenth grade and captained the team his 
senior year . . . yoiniger brother Dwight is also a foot- 
ball and baseball player . . . born in Berea, Ohio. 



RICK FAS.\NO (44) — Sophomore 
5-11, 220 (5/1/57) Elkton, Maryland 

Freshman in '76 and did not play in '77 . . . strong 
fullback, bench pressing over 320 pounds with good 
speed . . . was the only ninth grader to play on the 
varsity at Elkton high wliere 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 over 3,200 yards while ser\'ing as captain of the 
football and track teams . . . ran the 100 and on the 
440 and 880 relay teams . . . also handled tlie shot put 
chores . . . on Sclioiastic Coach All-American list . . . 
born in Brooklyn, New York. 





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ED (;ALL (72) — Soi)li.)MU)rc 

6-4, 255 (4/25/58) Kg>'l>t, Pennsylvania 

Defensive tackle- wiili 86 tackles lor ilic 11, ill of 
Fame Classic C1kliii|)ii)iis hist fall, willi .i (|ii,irltrl)ack 
sack, four tackles for no K'''"- ll'iee in the o|)|)oMcnt's 
backfuld (.luscd .i |>,nr of liiiiihlis and reco\erc<l a 
funii)lc . . . I, line ii|) Willi If) l.ickles a);aiiisl N'orlli 
Carolina inclndirij; .i Inj,; j^oal line |)l.iy . . . lolinwcd 
witli 17 against \ illano\a wliile caiisiiii; .i fninhlc . . . 
and gaining AC(" defensive player nl week liimors . . . 
liad a 1.3 yard i|l) saik in bowl gaiiie . . . bench presses 
over .395 pounds . . . iliree year hiitiniiii as a tackier 
in high where he also earned a Idler as a basketball 
center and two letters wiiile dirowing ihe discus for die 
track team and winning the district ( hampionshi|) . . . 
his '7.3 Whileiuill team was iiiidefealed while wiiiiiiiig 
the Lehigh N'alley league clKiiii|iiciiisliip . . . Ixirii in 
Allento«n, Pcnsylvania. 



BOB GIOIA (67) — Sophomore 

6-3, 255 (3/17/59) Cre&skill, New Jersey 

Played but did not letter for Mali of Fame Clnssic 
Champions as an offensive tackle . . . ca|)taincd the foot- 
ball and basketball teams at Cresskill high where he aLso 
played baseliall and threw the discus for the track team, 
earned three letters each in football and basketball 
and one each in ba.sball and track . . . played on 
state championship team in high as center . . . Market- 
ing major , . . born in New York City. 



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PeniLsylvania. 



. born in Pittsburgh, 



PKTK (;LAMP f80) - - .Sophomore 
6-0, 205 (9/25/56) Dublin, Maryland 

Defensive end and twin brother of Paul an offensive 
Uiiaid , . . was injured in .Vlaiyland All-Star game and 
then again jirior to freshman season with sophomore 
eligibility . . . caiUained the football and wrestling 
teams with his brother at North Harford where he 
also hiicnd ill baseball for three years and track 
once . . . total of nine leters in high . . . runner-up 
for the state championship as wrestler . . . has good 
(|uickness and bench presses 1575 pounds ... his uncle 
Joe (;lani|) |)layed for the Pittsburgh Steelers, his father 
Walter |jlayed for Ducjuesne University and brother 
Pat for Harford Community College where he wrestled 
in the Junior College Nationals and was all-region in 
football ... in college of education . . . born in Pitts- 
burgh, Pennsylvania. 



LARRY flRF.GORY (88) — Sophomore 
6-2. 187 (4 25 57) Kingsville, Maryland 

Split end candidate who had a good spring practice 
. . . has good quickness . . . was a wide receiver for 
Perry Hall high where he also played soccer, basketball, 
basel)all and handled the shot put chores for the 
indoor track team, placed seventh in the stale in the 
shot put ... a Pre-Med major . . . born in Baltimore, 
Maryland. 



PAUL CLAMP (58) — Junior 

6-2, 235 (9 25 56) Dublin. Mar)land 

Suffered a broken ankle wrestling in sophomore 
year and then suffered a fractured arm last fall . . . 
regained year of eligibility as missed remainder of 
season . . . was exp)ected to start last fall but missed 
spring practice with ankle injury . . . should be healthy 
this fall . . . now bench pressing over 385 pounds . . . 
lettered on the Cotton Bowl team as a sophomore . . . 
has a twin brother Pete on the .squad also . . . Paul 
enrolled in "75 but Pete did not join the Terps until 
'76 due to injury in all-star game ... he was a defensive 
and offensive tackle at North Harford high where he also 
reigned as the state hea\'y^veight wrestling chamnion. 
captained the football and wrestling teams and his 
football team was runner-up to Howard for the dis- 
trict championship in "7.3 . . . his wrestling team won the 
Bel -Air Tournament t\\ ice. the PerryMlle Championships 
twice, tlie coimty cham[>ionships twice and the regional 
cham[)ionships in '74. in one high school game he 
bltx-ked a punL his brother Pat picked it up and scored 
a touchdown and his brother Pete kicked the extra p>oint 




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MICKEY DUDISH 



CHRIS GREY (55) — Junior 

6-2, 226 (5 8 58) Falmoudi. Virginia 

Joined the Terps this past spring as an offensive 
center from Ferriim Junior College where he was a first 
team Ail-American selection . . . excellent on the deep 
snaps for the kicking game . . . strong blocker bench 
pressing over 380 pounds . . . played for Stafford High 
. . . also wrestled and played Tennis at Ferrum . . . 
won all honors at Ferrum. in addition to all-american 
he was the most valuable offensive player, outstanding 
offensive player and on the Coastal Conference All- 
Star team . . . captained the Ferrum fotball team that 
won the Coastal Conference. Region 10 and National 
Championship . . . born in Oshkosh, Wisconsin. 



PETER HALEY (49) — Sophomore 
6-0. 201, (8 2/57) Kensington, Maryland 

Linebacker who transferred to Maryland from Ten- 
nessee where he attended for one year . . . captained the 






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football and basketball teams at St. Johns High . . . 
fullback and linebacker in high where he lettered four 
years and was accorded all-american honors . . . finance 
major . . . born in Washington, D.C. 



KEVIN HAUSSMANN (95) — Senior 
5-8 210 (11/1/57) Riverdale, Maryland 

Defensive guard on the Cotton Bowl team as a walk-on 
and also played for the Hall of Fame Classic Champions 
but did not letter ... a hard worker who now bench 
presses over 390 pounds . . . was an offensive and de- 
fensive guard for Jerry Franks at DeMadia where he 
also played Rugby . . . impressed coaches with his 
desire ... as walk-on he was also working 30 hours 
a week . . . cites his inspiration from John Vesce 
(Maryland) and Pat Fischer (Redskins) who were 
also supposed to be too short to play football . . . 
accounting major . . . born in Riverdale, Maryland. 



GARY "KIP'.JAWISH (43) — Sophomore 
6-2, 215 (6/6/56) Kensington, Maryland 

Defensive end who played on the Hall of Fame 
Classic team as a freshman linebacker but did not 
letter . . . Father Gary Ja«'ish was a boxuig champion 
at Maryland and played football in Canada . . . captained 
the football team at Georgetown Prep as a middle guard 
and running back ... all state and all-american in high 
and all-metropolitan for two years . . . champion discus 
thrower and shot putter for Georgetown prep with 
57' in the shot and 155 feet in the discus . . . received 
the Brookland Club "Outstanding High School Player" 
award in '76 . . . good cjuickness and bench presses 
over 300 pounds . . . business major . . . born in 
Washington, D.C. 



high school all-star game . . . also captained the foot- 
ball team in high and earned four letters in wrestling 
and Lacrosse . . . received scholarship award in high 
. . . ACC rookie of week as sophomore in Syracuse 
game and had 52 tackles with five quarterback sacks 
and six tackles in the backfield . . . caused two fumbles 
and receovered one as a soph . . . born in Baltimore, 
Maryland. 



SAM JOHNSON (20) — Sophomore 
6-1, 188 (5/18/59) Gambrills, Maryland 

Played but did not letter as a defensive halfback 
last fall . . . has good quickness and bench presses 
over 300 pounds . . . came to Maryland from Arundel 
high . . . captained the football and track teams at 
Arundel winning the state championship in '75 over 
Parkdale . . . born in Ft. Bragg, North Carolina. 



STEVE KOZIOL (34) — Senior 

6-1, 222 (6/5/56) North Bergen, New Jersey 

Fullback letterman for the Cotton Bowl and Hall of 
Fame Classic teams . . . carried the ball only eight 
times for a 3.9 average as a sophomore and six times 
for 3.7 average last fall but has good quickness and is a 
strong blocker, bench pressing over 420 pounds, has 
worked at tight end in the spring and with his blocking 
ability could help out there if needed ... he was a 
fullback, linebacker and defensive end for three years 
at North Bergen high where he also ran the hurdles 
and sprints for three years on the track team . . . 
captained both teams in high with track team winning 
the state championships and the football team, four 
consecutive county championships . . . born in Jersey 
City. 



CHARLES JOHNSON (99) — Senior 
6-2, 260 (6/29/57) Baltimore, Maryland 

Played one of the finest defensive games ever in the 
Hall of Fame Classic with 16 tackles, four quarterback 
sacks, three caused fumbles and a fumble recovery . . . 
voted the defensive player of the game by the working 
press . . . had a fine spring practice and is an all- 
american candidate . . . finished strong during the 
1977 season after a slow start . . . had 1 13 tackles 
with a pair of quarterback sacks and 13 tackles in the 
backfield . . . recovered three fumbles . . . had 13 
tackles against Syracuse, 15 against North Carolina, 14 
against Villanova and 15 against Richmond during 
regular season . . . has good speed and bencli presses 
over 325 pounds . . . all-met and all-state at South- 
western high in Baltimore . . . played in Maryland 






BOB LARKIN (79) — Sophomore 

6-3, 250 (4/2/58) Monroevllle, Pennsylvania 

Strongside offensive guard . . . bench presses 355 
pounds . . . captained die football and basketball teams 
at Gateway High ... on WPIAL Championship team 
and was accorded all-state honors . . . played volleyball 
in high before joining the basketball team . . . accounting 
major . . . born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. 



RALPH L\RY (4) — Sophomore 
6-2, 195 (3/6/58) Potomac, Maryland 

Lettered as a freshman on the Hall of Fame Classic 
Champions with 31 tackles, a fumble recovery and an 
interception . . . had his interception against Richmond 




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and iiliiiiiid il JO yards . . . on ,\(;C licuioi roll ,is a 
frcsliiiiaii ill '76 with a .3.23 avcrajjc in Ijumikss 111,111- 
agcimnt hut was iiiiiirid prior lo llic sciwui and re- 
gained die year ol eiij;ihdily . . . I.isi I. ill he was named 
to the M'.C. All- AcadeniK le.iiii . . . (.i|i(,iine(l llie ha.sc- 
hall team at Thonias W'ooiion high wiiere he lellered 
for hinr years as a pilcher and shorlslop . . . also earned 
two letters and all-state honors 111 Idolii.iil and two lellers 
ill haskethall . . . his Woollon ic.iiii ended the 2() name 
winning streak hy ('hnri'hiil lligli willi a 7-() deeision . . . 
bora in Jacksonville, Norlli ('.aroiin.i. 



PHIL LIVINGSTON (78) — .|iinl,.r 

6-7, 270 (3/13/57) Caithersbnrg, Maryhind 

Played on the Hall of l'"ainc Classie Champions as 
strongsidc tackle but did not letter . . . freshman in 
'75 and did not play in "7f) . . . all-sl,i(e and all- 
metropolilan al ( i.iithersbnrg High ,iiid phiyed in Mai-y- 
land all-slar game . . . earning .1 double major in 
business management and governmenl and polilus . . . 
played as center on team that beat DeMatha ()(S-()3 in 
basketball in "73 . . . brother Bruce ])lays for (lailhers- 
burg . . . born ill Havre de Grace, Maryland. 



ED LONCAR (3) — Senior 

6-1, 180 (4/9/56) Montauk, New York 

Soccer style placekicker who kicked one field goal 
and 10 extra points for Cotton Bowl team but did not 
letter . . . earned his letter last fall while converting 
17 of 20 extra points and fi\e of nine field goals . . . 
as a freshman kicked off once with a successful onsides 
kick against Tennessee . . . started '76 as backuj) kicker 
to Mike Socliko but took over placckicking at end of 
season with Sochko punting and kicking off . . . 
holds 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 at East Hampton . . . Born in 
Zadar, Yugoslavia. 



in Keiiliuky . . . also |)icked up a letter in ba.seball and 
football in Michigan . . . started at defensive end for 
l^akeshore's coniereiKe ( liaiii|)ions . . . bench |)resses 
over 32r) . . . born in Lal'orte. Indiana. 



AIAIN MADDOX (.30) — Senior 
5-10. 185 (4 9 .55) Slaunlon. Nirginla 





.YIT 


M)S. , 


AVG. 


l.(.. 


T!) 


CLASS 


197(i 


141 


(i78 


4.8 


63 


2 


Sophomore 


1975 


25 


177 


7.1 


29 


1 


I' reshman 


1977 


5 


13 


2.6 


3 





(.otlon Bowl 


1977 


83 


324 


3.9 


23 


4 


Jnnior 


1977 


2 


17 


8.5 


13 





Hall of Fame 



Tailbaik with excellent siKX-d and strength, bench 
pressing over 375 pounds . . . took over as sophomore 
when Ste\e .Atkins was injured at N.C. State and led the 
team in rushing ... he picked up a .$1,000 scholarsliij) 
for the University in ,\B(; tele\ isioii game against Cleiii- 
.son as part of the NCAA Chevrolet Scliolarshi|) .\wards 
program . . . he had 132 yards on 21 carries against 
('lemsoii and had |)ickcd up 129 yards in earlier 'I'V 
game against Kentucky ... he has gained o\er 100 
yards rushing on four games . . . 

113 on 26 carries vs N.C. Sta(c, 1977 

129 on 27 carries \s Kentucky, 1976 

132 on 21 carries vs Clemson. 1976 

138 on 21 carries vs N.C. State. 1976 

he caught fi\e passes in 1976 and fi\c more last fall 
... he was the "Player of the 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 jum]xd and was the weight man 
on the track team. 



KYLE LORTON (51) —Sophomore 
6-3, 235 (2/15/58) Dam ille. Kentiu ky 

Center on Hall of Fame Classic team but did not 
letter . . . enrolled as a freshman in '76 but injured 
prior to start of season and regained the year of eligibility 
. . . defensive end and tight end for Lakeshore high in 
Michigan and Boyle County high in Kenluiky . . . 
co-captain of the football team for two years in Ken- 
tucky where he was accorded all-state honors . . . also 
co-captain of the baskediall team . . . earned two 
letters in basketball two in football and two in baseball 



BRIAN M.ATERA (53) —Junior 

6-1, 215 (10 18 57) Pennsauken, New Jersey 

Lettered at linebacker on the Hall of Fame Classic 
Cham|>i<)ns with 36 tackles and one fumble recovery 
. . . (Tcdiled with one caused fumble in the bowl game 
. . . S< liolastic Coach Ail-American at Pennsauken high 
. . . captained the football team in high as he lettered 
three years . . . good quickness and strong bench pressing 
over 330 pounds . . . born in Pennsauken, New Jersey. 



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DAVID McAFEE (7) — Junior 

6-3, 210 (2/23/57) Danville, Kentucky 

On Cotton Bowl team as a freshman and Hall of 
Fame team as sophomore but did not letter . . . came 
to Maryland from Fork Union Military Academy and 
Danville, Kentucky high . . . played three years at 
Danville as quarterback winning MVP honors as the 
team captain . . . also lettered diree years in basketball 
. . . all-state in high and played in Kentucky all-star 
game . . . born in Versailles, Kentucky. 



SAM MEDILE (6) — Sophomore 

5-11, 180 (4/26/58) Johnstown, Pennsylvania 

Safety who did not play in "77 . . . played for 
junior varsity in '76 . . . came to Maryland from West- 
mont Hilltop high where he was a receiver and safety 
lettering three years . . . captained the team and named 
the best defensive player . . . also three letters in track 
as long jumper, quarter niiler and ran on the mile 
relay team . . . mile relay team ]ilaced second in state . . . 
also lettered in basketball in high ... on undefeated 
team in high winning conference championship 9-0 
... in college of education . . . born in Johnstown, 
Pennsylvania. 



BILL MEILE (71) — Sophomore 

6-4, 220 (1/14/58) Wheaton, Maryland 

Defensive tackle on Hall of Fame Classic Champions 
but did not letter . . . had only four tackles . . . injured 
prior to '76 season and regained eligibility . . . all- 
metropolitan at St. Johns where he was a defensive 
end and tight end . . . won Pigskin Club award in 
high . . . played football for Doonie Waldron earning 
three letters and two letters playing basketball for 
Joe Gallagher . . . good quickness and bench presses 
over 330 pounds . . . journalism and public relations 
major . . . born in Washington, D.C. 



BOB MILKOVICH (10) —Sophomore 
6-3, 210 (8/19/59) Rockville, Mar>Iand 

Quarterback from Thomas Wootton where he lettered 
three times each in three sports, football, basketball 
and baseball and captained all three sports ... a guard 
in basketball and first baseman on the baseball team 
. . . strong quarterback with good quickness and bench 
presses over 350 pounds . . . one of four candidates for 
starting role this fall . . . sister Melissa also attends 
Maryland . . . uncle Steve Milkovich also attended 
Maryland . . . born in Endicott, New York. 





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JOE MUFFLER (11) — Senior 

6-0, 195 (10/8/57) Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Defensive end who has lettered on two consecutive 
bowl teams . . . second team academic all-american 
last fall . . . all-ACC academic last fall and on ACC 
honor roll each year . . . had 24 tackles last year and 
23 the year before . . . has recorded two pass intercep- 
tions and a pair of quarterback sacks . . . hoth pass 
iiiLCiLepuons nave come against Wake Forest with one 
each year . . . came to Maryland froni Father Judge 
high where he captained the football team, was all-city, 
all-area, and all-catholic . . . played in the city all-star 
game in Philadelphia with the catholic league opposing 
the public schools . . . bench presses over 310 pounds 
. . . business major . . . born in Philadelphia. 



TIM O'HARE (2) — Senior 

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

Lefthanded quarterback and the only candidate on 
the team with varsity playing time at the position al- 
though he has not lettered . . . threw the ball twice 
and ran four times for the Cotton Bowl team and last 
fall had five passes . . . has the ability to move the 
team . . . when he enrolled at Maryland Bob Avellini was 
the resident signal-caller. Larry Dick was waiting in die 
wings as a red-shirt and Mark Manges his freshman 
teammate immediately joined the varsity ... all three 
have now joined the professional ranks ... he was a 
all-conference quarterback at Immaculate Conception 
where he earned three letters and was also all-league in 
baseball with three letters . . . picked up two letters 
in basketball . . . was on the state championship football 
team in high . . . came to Maryland from Milford 
Academy where he captained the '73 team . . . business 
administration major . . . born in Newark, New Jersey. 



NEAL OLKEWICZ (47) — Senior 

6-0, 215 (1/30/57) Phoenixville. Pennsylvania 

Linebacker who has lettered on two consecutive bowl 
teams . . . had 138 tackles last fall with two quarter- 
back sacks, two caused fumbles, one fumble recovery, 
a pass interception and four tackles in opponent back- 
fields . . . had 64 as a sophomore with a pair of sacks 
and three in opponent backfields has good speed and 
strength, bench pressing over 385 pounds . . . all- 
suburban Philadel|)hia and All Chesmont for two years 
while at Phoenixville high . . . played both football 
and baseball for Paul Tomko with diree letters in each 
sport . . . captained lioth teams . . . .ACC defensive 
back of week after Wake Forest game as he had 10 
tackles and a pass interception witli a key tackle pre- 
venting a touchdown . . . had 21 tackles in North 




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STEVE KOZIOL 



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Curolinu game, 20 ag^iinst Kn IiiikiiuI mh\ 14 in o|><;iiiii); 
game uguiiist Clcmsoii . . . .ilso had 12 in Hall of Fame 
Classic . . . horn in INnicniw illc. l'cnns\l\ania. 



BRUCE PALMKIl (9()) — Senior 
6-1, 245 (11/21/55) Roanoke, Virginia 

LettciiiKin (Icfetisive guard on tx\() consecutiM' howl 
teams and all-confcrcncc canchdatc . . . liad 122 lacklcs 
as junior and 78 a sopliomorc . . . liad 21 lacklcs in 
Duke game last fall nu liidnig a sack and 19 against 
North Carohna . . . laiiic to Mar\iand from I'Ork 
Union Militar)' Academy . . . he was a nose guard and 
played some fullback for William Byrd where he 
lettered for four years and was accxjrded all-american 
honors . . . also lettered four years in wrestling and 
was the state champion for two years . . . |)layed de- 
fensive tackle, fullback and some linebacker for Fork 
Union . . . has good tjuickness and bench presses over 
380 pounds . . . also earned one letcr ni baseball . . . 
captained the football and wrestling teams in high . . . 
also captained the west team in the Virginia all-star 
game . . . 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 and 
played on die Hall of Fame Classic Champions . . . 
took over the chores of holding for the j)lace kicks 
when Mark Manges was injured last fall . . . minting 
specialist . . . from Albert Einstein high where he was 
a quarterback and kicker for three years and also lettered 
in baseball for three years . . . captained the f(M>tball 
team in '75 ... a business major . . . born in Wash- 
ington, D.C. 



DEWEY R-WMOND (19) — Sophomore 
6-1, 210 (5/8/59) Norwalk, Connecticut 

Linebacker candidate from Brien McMahon high 
where he captained the football team . . . earned 
three letters as linebacker in football, diree in baseball 
as a first baseman and a pair in wrestling . . . sister 
Nancy plays basketball . . . also weight man on track 
team ... all american in high . . . born in Norwalk. 
Connecticut. 



DE.AN RICHARDS (45) — Senior 
5-10, 182 (10/29/56) Dover, Ohio 

Three year letterman wingback on three consecutive 
bowl teams . . . second leading receiver in league return- 





ing for 78 scasr)!! . . . caught 23 last fall for 370 
yards, an average of Ifi.l |)er catch with one touchdown 
rece|)tl()n . . . caught 15 for 190 yards as sophomore 
widi a pair of louchdoMns ... as a freshman caught 
four for 59 yards . . . has carried tlie ball 46 times 
for 157 yartis and .scored six touchdowns . . . has re- 
turned 44 ]>unts for 28G yards, a 6.5 yard average per 
return ... he added three recej)tions for 39 yards in the 
Cotton Bowl game . . . carried i)lays into game the 
I)ast two years alternating widi Chuck White although 
he was a two year starter . . . started one game as fresh- 
man and caught three passes for 48 yards against Wake 
Forest . . . he was all-state while at Dover high where 
he earned four letters in football, two in basketball and 
one as a long jum])er on tlie track team . . . captained 
the football and basketball teams at Dover . . . tstab- 
lished a school record with 160 yards on receptions 
against Peiui State . . . nine receptions and one 
touchdown in game . . . business major . . . born in 
Dover, Ohio. 



BRIAN RIENDEAU (64) — Sophomore 
6-2, 236 (3/29/58) Virginia Beach, Virginia 

Offensive guard candidate with good strength, bench 
pressing over 400 |)ounds . . . from Frank Cox high 
where he earned three letters as tackle in f(M)tball. six 
letters in track and one in wrestling . . . tlie weight 
man on the track team . . . all-state in high and MVP 
for school and district . . . captained the football team 
... a conservation major . . . born in Jacksonville, 
Florida. 



MERT ROBIXSOX (17) — Sophomore 

5-11, 200 (4, 10 59) Wilkinsburg. Pennsylvania 

Defensive end candidate from Winkinsburg High 
where he was a safety and fullback ... in the Brentwood 
game he scored three touchdowiLs on runs of 67 and 
76 yards and a 56 yard pass reception for his most 
memorable game ... on championship team two years 
in high . . . born in Pittsburgh, Pensylvania. 



JEFF RODEXBERCER (42) — Sophomore 
6-2, 216 (11/3/59) Trumbauers\ille, Pennsylvania 

Fullback candidate from Quakertown Community high 
where he also played as a linebacker . . . captained 
the football and baseball teams there earning three 
letters in each and two letters as hea\-\-weight wrestler 
. . . all-conference in three sports and honorable men- 
tion all-state in football . . . scored a pair of touchdowns 
in Bucks County all-star game . . . majoring in business 
management . . . born in Quakertown, Pennsylvania. 



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GEORGE SCOTT (33) — Junior 
6-1, 205 (1/6/58) Inwood, New York 



ATT YDS. AVG. LG. 

1976 82 369 4.5 18 

1976 11 47 4.3 15 

1977 188 894 4.8 41 
1977 24 75 3.1 19 



TD CL4SS 

5 Freshman 

Cotton Bowl 

6 Sophomore 

2 Hall of Fame 



Caught his first collegiate pass in the Cotton Bowl 
and added seven receptions last fall with one touchdown 
catch . . . also had two receptions in Hall of Fame 
Classic . . . took over for Alvin Maddox when he was 
injured as a freshman . . . Maddox liad taken over 
when Steve Atkins was injured . . . took over again 
as sophomore with botli Atkins and Maddox injured 
. . . had four games of over 100 yards inchiduig a school 
record 237 on a record 42 carries . . . 

124 on 21 carries vs Virginia, 1976 

171 on 35 carries vs Richmond, 1977 

173 on 31 carries vs Virginia. 1977 

237 on 42 carries vs Villano\a, 1977 

has good speed and good blocker . . . has worked at 
fullback also and worked at both positions in spring . . . 
as freslunan did not carry the ball in first five games of 
season and tiien had 369 in last six games ... as sopho- 
more picked up 581 yards on 108 carries in the last three 
game of the season, the best three game performance in 
Maryland football history ... in the three games had a 
record 237 against Vilhuiova, followed with 171 against 
Richmond and 173 against Virgnna . . . scored first 
collegiate touchdown against Wake Forest on a one 
yard run breaking a 7-7 tie . . . ACC rookie of week 
for his |>erformance against Wake Forest as freshman 
. . . 894 yards ranks as fifth best ever by a Terrapin 
... he was tlie last recruit signed for the 1976 class. 



JETHROE SENIOR (91) — Sophomore 
6-3, 227 (2/3/59) Baltimore, Maryland 

Denfensive guard candidate from Northwestern high 
where he was an all-state selection and captained the 
'76 football teana . . . also a heavyweight wrestler . . . 
honored by National Football Foundation and Hall of 
Fame as Scholar-Athlete . . . youngest of eight children 
. . . played for Jim Welsch at Northwestern . . . born in 
Baltimore, Maryland. 



JIMMY SHAFFER (83) — Junior 
6-1, 200 (6/8/58) Adelphi, Maryland 

Fifth member of his family to attend Maryland as 
brother Gary graduated in '73 and sisters Peggy '67, 
Jerry '69 and Bev. '75, also has a sister Robin and 
younger sister Kim a basketball player ... a starting 
defensive end who lettered on two consecutive bowl 
teams . . . had 64 tackles last fall with six quarterback 
sacks and 10 tackles in the opponents backfield . . . 
also recovered three fimibles and caused one . . . added 
seven tackles in Hall of Fame Classic . . . had 12 tackles 
witii three sacks and two tackles for no gain in Penn 
State game last year . . . lettered as freshman defensive 
end on the Cotton Bowl team with 14 tackles in eight 
games . . . came to Maryland from nearby High Pomt 
High where he lettered for tiiree years for John Voight 
. . . all-county three years, all-suburban twice, all- 
state as senior, received Timmie Award from Washing- 
ton Touchdown Club and Brookland Club "High 
School Player of Year" award ... on honor roll his last 
three years at High Point . . . scholastic Coach all-ameri- 
can and on championship team in '73 . . . married to 
the former Nina Kay Carstairs and has a son Jeremy 
Kevin . . . Engineering major . . . born in Takoma 
Park, Maryland. 



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

Defensive end candidate who scored seven touch- 
downs for the 1976 junior varsity with 379 yards 
rushing . . . played on the Pennsylvania "Big 33" team 
against the Ohio all-stars while at Central York high 
. . . has good quickness and isencli presses over 315 
pounds . . . captained the football and iiasketball 
teams at Central . . . earned diree letters in football, two 
as a sprinter on the track tea mand one in basketball 
. . . against Fork Union in JV game he carried 20 times 
for 243 yards and scored four touchdowns on runs of 
five, nine, 21 and 95 yards . . . did not play in '77 . . . 
Industrial Education major . . . born in York Pcinisyl- 
vania. 



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ERIC SIEVERS (85) — Junior 

6-4, 223 (11/9/57) Arlington, Virginia 

Came to Maryland as a consensus all-american from 
Washington-Lee High where he was a tight end, kicker, 
linebacker and middle guard . . . played for Robert 
Kunmer in high . . . lettered as a freslunan tight end 
on the Cotton Bowl team and caught his first collegiate 
|)ass 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 1 1 ... on the next play he caught 
all yard pass for his first collegiate touchdown . . . 
father is a graduate of West Point . . . captained the 
football and basketball teams in high and was tlie 
MVP on the track team where he ran the 440 and on 
the 880 relay, and handled the sliot |)ut and discus 
chores . . . cauglit 16 passes for 300 yards as sophomore 



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DAVID McAFEE 



SAM MEOILE 



BILL MEILE 



BOB MILKOVICH 



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JOE MUFFLER 



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;iii(l llicii iiddfd ,1 r>7 y.inl rcic|)li()ii in llu I I, ill ol 
I'iiinc game l>nl snllircil .1 hrokcn ankK ipii llic |)lay 
. . . lias fiw MskTs ... Ill liii;li < .iiii;lil II id i)as.scs, 
threw for kl, kitkcd -lO I'AT'.s. llinc- licid noals and 
caugiit 46 |>a.s.sc.s for 820 yards . . . cm ( li,iiii|ii(iiislii|i, 
9-1, l(M)d).ill liaiii ... a hiisiiKss major . . . horn in 
Urhaiia Illinois. 



MIKE SIMON (52) — Sailor 

6-3, 242 (10.7 .'SC)) Kiii|)orniiii. IVn.s^Kaiua 

Offensive iiiiler who has IcHirid iwiie while playing 
both tackle and center on liie (lollon l5ox\ I team and 
Hall of Fame ("lassie C.hani|)ions . . . all-sl.ir center 
and linebacker at ('anieron ('ouiily hij;h for lluee 
years ... on 'Big 30"' all-star team in "74 PennsyKania 
vs New York . . . freshman in "74 and did not |)lay in 
7,') . . . earned 10 letters in iilj;h in foliiall. wnslliiin 
and track where he threw liie javelin and ran the 
hurdles . . . cajitained tlie f(M)tball team in high . . . 
district wrestling cliampion in "74 and riiniKr-iip in 
'73 . . . born in St. Mary's, Pennsylvania. 

JIM SOMMER (57) — Sophomore 

6-1, 231 (6/28/59) Altoona, Pennsylvania 

Defensive guard candidate who came to Maryland 
from Bishop Guilfoylc high where he was a linebacker 
and fullback . . . all-state and "Big 33^' in high . . . 
lettered in football diree years and captained the 
team two years . . . MVP in ba.seball where he lettered 
diree times and once in basketball . . . MVP in "Big 
33" East-West all-star game playing for the west team 
that won 12-8 . . . born in .\ltoona, Peinisylvania. 



L.MIRY STEVV.ART (69) — Junior 
6-4, 280 (1/11/56) Portsmouth, Virginia 

Parade and Scholasric Coach all-american at Wood- 
row Wilson high . . . lettered on Cotton Bowl team as 
a freshman and Hall of Fame Classic Champions as 
a starter at strongside tackle . . . has potential to be an 
all-american at the position . . . has good speed for 
size and bench presses 425 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 plapng basketball. 
wresding and as the weight man on the track team. 





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NEAL OLKEWICZ 



JOHN STUKDIVANT (77) _ Sopl,.,iiiore 
6-4, 230 (5/25/59) Hampton, Virginia 

Lettered as a defensive tackle on the Hall of Fame 
C:hampions . . . had 13 tackles and added four in Hall 
of I'aiiie game . . . also worked at defensive end in 
spruig . . . has excellent (|iii( kiuss and bench [ircs-ses 
.'iOO pounds . . . was a tight end and defensive end for 
Ikthel high . . . Idlered twice in football and twice in 
basketball in high . . . all-state selection and ()laycd in 
all-star game in high ... on Roanoke Times top 25 
list . . . on state championship team two out of three 
years in high . . . born in Hampton, Virginia. 



MIKE TICE (14) — Sophomore 

()-7, 222 (2/2/59) Central Islip, New York 

One of four quarterback candidates on varsity . . . 
has |)erlia[)s llic slrongest arm ever at Maryland . . . 
earned three letters each in football and basketball 
and one in lacrosse at Central Islip high . . . all-slate 
in foodiail. all-league, all-Long Island and winner of 
Hansen 'l"ro|)hy . . . captained the football and basket- 
ball teams in high . . . played in Band also . . . 
brother John played three years of football and lacrosse 
and will join Terps as a center in fall . . . born in 
Bayshoic. Long Island, New York. 



STEVE TRIMBLE (40) — Sophomore 
5-11, 184 (5 11,58) Cumberland. Mar>land 

On Scholastic Coach Ail-Aiiieriraii list at Fort Hill 
high . . . all-state with ouLstanding credentials . . . 
gained 1,677 yards rushing and scored 200 jxjinLs 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 si.x passes for 147 yards and returned five in- 
terceptions for 65 yards . . . also returned 19 punts 
and kickoffs for 291 yards and had two touchdowns 
called back on punt returns of more than 70 yards 
. . . 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 
f(X)tball team . . . freshman in '76 and did not play 
in "77 . . . bench presses over 300 pounds . . . born in 
Cumberland. 



JIM ULAM (66) — Senior 

6-4. 230 (7 10 56) Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 

Letterman starter on the Hall of Fame Champions 
. . . played on the Cotton Bowl team but did not 





BRUCE PALMER 



JOHN PAPUCHIS 



DEWEY RAYMOND 



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letter . . .quickside offensive tackle . . . safety and 
split end at South Hills Catholic in Pittsburgh . . . 
followed his brother Pat to Maryland . . . bench presses 
320 pounds . . . earned eight letters in high with 
three in football and track and pair in basketball . . . 
ran the 440 and was a long jumper and high jumper in 
high . . . two year starter and all-conference in football 
and two year starter on sectional champions in basketball 
. . . leading scorer on track team . . . placed fourth in 
Western Pa. Decathalon . . . captained all three sports 
... in senior year had 22 receptions and six interceptions 
in football, averaged 10 points and 10 rebounds in 
basketball, ran 51.0 for the 440 and high jumped 6-2 
. . . Marketing Major . . . born in Pittsburgh, Pennsyl- 
vania. 



GREG VANDERHOUT (92) — Sopohomore 
6-0, 233 (11/9/58) Wilmington, Delaware 

Defensive guard candidate from Concord high where 
he was a fullback and linebacker and shot putter on 
the track team . . . two years all-state in high and 
captained the football team ... on Scholastic Coach 
All-American list . . . captain in the Blue-Gold all-star 
game . . . bench presses over 395 pounds . . . born in 
Cumberland, Maryland. 



MARLIN VAN HORN JR. (62) — Junior 
6-0, 239 (7/12/57) Selinsgrove, Pennsylvania 

Letterman defensive guard with 16 tackles last fall 
. . . bench presses 415 pounds . . . Scholastic Coach 
all-american in high . . . played in three regular season 
games and was on the Cotton bowl team as a freshman 
. . . linebacker in high at Selinsgrove area . . . where he 
captained the wrestling team for one year and the 
track team for two years . . .on championship team 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 diree years in football 
and league MVP on offense in '74 and MVP on defense 
in 75 . . . all "Big 35'' . . . 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 . . . joined the Maryland track team three days 
prior to Penn State-Quantico meet and won the javelin 
throw for the Terps as freshman . . . had one quarterback 
sack as freshman . . . placed second in Nationals in 
javelin in California with 217-3 throw . . . MVP in 
"Big 33" game ... in college of Education . . . born 
in Baltimore, Maryland. 







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DEAN RICHARDS 




CHRIS WARD (15) — 

6-1, 190 (8/8/57) Red Bank, New Jersey 

Letterman defensive back on two consecutive bowl 
teams . . . had 30 tackles for Hall of Fame Champions 
and 19 for the Cotton Bowl team . . . all-ACC Aca- 
demic three times . . . sure tackier bench pressing over 
325 pounds . . . had back injury and missed spring 
practice . . . came to Maryland from Red Bank Regional 
high where he lettered three times each in football and 
baseball, and once in basketball and swimming . . . 
was the MVP in the Asbury Park game, captained the 
football and baseball teams and quarterback on Scholar- 
Athlete team for Mommouth County . . . four time 
honor roll in high and on ACC honor roll with 3.5 
grade average in accounting ... on championship 
football team in high with undefeated string of 17 
games . . . born in Elizabeth, New Jersey. 



KERVIN WTATT (65) — Junior 

6-1, 242 (10/17/57) Hillcrest Heights, Maryland 

Letterman on the Gator Bowl and Cotton Bowl teams 
but injured in '77 . . . regained year of eligibility and 
will be junior in '78 . . . has played as quickside of- 
fensive guard, linebacker and quickside tackle . . . good 
quickness and strength, bench presing 355 pounds . . . 
had 18 tackles as sophomore linebacker . . . joined 
the varsity as a freshman due to injuries to upper-class- 
men and played well . . . 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 Potomac 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. 



TODD WRIGHT (97) — Sophomore 
6-2, 222 (2/19/59) Parma Heights, Ohio 

Defensive Guard candidate from Valley Forge high 
where he was all-league and all Northeast Ohio . . . 
on championship team with 9-1 record . . . defensive 
MVP in game against Lakewood. 




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OUrSTAMDiMC AWARDS IN THE PAST 



OUTL\ND TROPHY (Lineman of Year) 
1952— Dick Modzelewski 
1974— Randy White 

WALTER CAMP MEMORI.\L TROPHY 

(Player of Year) 
1955— Bob Pellegrini 

LOMBARDI TROPHY (Lineman of Year) 

1974— Randy White 

UNITED PRESS — LINEMAN OF YE.\R 

1955— Bob Pellegrini 
1974— Randy White 

ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE (Player of Year) 

1953 — Bemie 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 BLOCKLNG TROPHY 

1955— Bob Pellegrini 
1969— Ralph Sonntag 



HEISMAN AWARD 

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

NATION.AL COACH OF YE.AR 
(by THE SPORTING NEWS) 
1974 — Jerry Claiborne 

OUTSTANDING PLAYER — COLLEGE ALLSTARS 

1956— Bob Pellegrini 
MVP — BLI:E-GR.AY GAME 

1971— Guy Roberts 
MVP — COACHES ALLAMERICAN GAME 

1974 — Louis Carter 
MVP — LIBERTA' BOWL 

1974— Randy White 
MVP _ GATOR BOWT 

1975— Steve Atkins 

"OLTST.ANDING PLAYERS" 
HALL OF FAME CLASSIC 

1977_Offense— Chuck White 

Defense — Charles Johnson 

BRIAN PICCX3LO AWARD 

1973 Al Ne%ille 

1974 Dave Visaggio 



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JOHN W. "JACK" ZANE 

Sports Information Director 

^^^^^ Jack Zane returned 

j^BBJIIj^^ to Maryland in August 

^^^^^^k of 1969 after serving 

Wt ^^ ^^^ Sports Informa- 

fa» if». «^ tion Director for The 

George Washington Uni- 
versity for six years. 

He received his de- 
gree in Journalism from 
Maryland in February 
of 1960 after serving 
as a student assistant 
to Joe Blair for three 
years. He served as a 
full time assistant to 
Blair for two years after graduation. 

While at Maryland he was the first Executive 
Sports Editor of the Diamondback, SMC of Pi Kappa 
Alpha fraternity and a member of Sigma Delta Chi 
Journalism Fraternity. 

While at GW he served as President of the 
Southern Conference SID's and on the Executive 
Committee of the Southern Conference Sports 
Writers Association. He is currently serving his third 
term as a Vice-President of the Atlantic Coast 
Sports Writers. 

He is on the Public Relations Committee of the 
NCAA, has been a member of CoSIDA for 15 years, 
the Football and Basketball writers of America, the 
Sports Reporters Association of Baltimore and the 
Maryland Chapter of Sigma Delta Chi. He is also a 
member of the Washington, D.C. Touchdown Club. 

Joe Blair, an assistant at Maryland the past two 
years, recently returned to the Washington Red- 
skins as Public Relations Director and Jim Hus- 
bands, a former assistant has taken aver as Public 
Relations Director of the Baltimore Colts. Steve 
Sigafoose, a former assistant is now the Editor of 
the Leavenworth, Kansas newspaper and among the 
student assistants. Bob Ibach is on the staff of the 
Baltimore Evening Sun, Walt Atkins is the SID at 
East Carolina and Larry Strickling has joined a. 
Chicago law firm after graduating from Harvard Law 
School. Bruce Tanner is now with the Maryland State 
Police. Ray Murphy is assistant AD at American 
University. 

A graduate of Southern High at Lothian, Zane is 
a native of Maryland and served four and a half 
years in the Navy before enrolling at Maryland. 

He is married to the former Judy Allen of Fayette- 
ville, West Virginia, a graduate of the George Wash- 
ington University. 



ATLANTIC COAST SPORTS WRITERS 

PRESIDENT: Jim Phillips, WFBC-TV 

VICE PRESIDENTS: 

Mike Bevans, Richmond Times Dispatch 
Ron Green, Charlotte News 
Jerry Arp, Clemson 
Jack Zane, Maryland 

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE: 
Bob Cole, Columbia State 
Frank Dascenzo, Durham Sun 
Mary Garber, Winston-Salem Journal-Sentinel 



PATTI WESSEL 

Assistant Sports Information Dir. 

Patti Wessel, a 1977 
graduate of Maryland, 
joined the Sports Infor- 
mation staff this past 
year. 

As an assistant to 
Jack Zane, she is pri- 
marily responsible for 
the 10 sport Women's 
program. 

Following graduation 
she worked with the 
Maryland Educational 
Foundation in the areas 
of fund raising and pro- 
moting the Women's program. 

Soon after moving into the Sports Information 
Office she traveled to the ACC Basketball Tourna- 
ment with the women, returning with the conference 
championship. 

She hosted the first round of the AIAW regional 
tournament and traveled with the Terrapins to the 
Regional finals and the Nationals in California. 

As an undergraduate she played for the Maryland 
Basketball team and graduated cum laude with a 
B.S. degree from the school of Marketing. 

Miss Wessel came to Maryland from nearby 
Regina with her home in Adelphi, Maryland. 





1953 National Championship Trophy 




Mike Clark. Equipment Mgr. Ron Fulton, Jack Gable 



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JAMES H. "JIM'' KEHOE 




On May 12, Ooadi 
Kchoc aiiiiouiicccl his 
|)laii.s to rclirc from the 
University of Maryland in 
Se|)tcMii)cr, liavinj; com- 
pleted o\er 39 years at 
the ('oUej^e Park ('am|)iis 
as an atlilctc, professor, 
coach and administrator. 
"After nearly 40 years 
in Maryland athletics, I 
just think its time for 
younger and new leader- 
ship to fiRJit the hattle" 
said Kchoe. "I have had my turn, it is time for some- 
one else to take over. It's how it should he!" he added. 
Kehoe bepiii his athletic career in I?el Air. ^far)'land 
ami joined tiie I'niversity of Mar\hiMd Track and Ctoss 
Coiuitry team in \d3G. 

He graduated from the University in 1940 and in 
1941 began his Military Service during World War II. 
He returned to College Park in the fall of 194.') as 
.Assistant Track Coach with Geary F. "Swede" Eppley, 
coachnig the first team snicc the War had ternunated 
the sport in 1943. 

He took over die Coaching duties in the spring of 1946 
and coached both Track and Cross Country through tiie 
fall of 19G9. 

In Februarys of 1969 he was appointed Director of 
.\tidelics by University President Dr. Wilson H. Elkins 
effective July 1, 1969. 

Kehoe took over an athletic program drat operated 
on a one and a fialf million dollar budget widi 12 
varsity sports and will retire leaving behind a program 
operating on a three million dollar budget with 23 
varsity teams. I le has added one sport to the men's 
program and develo[)ed a women's program that is con- 
sidered one of the finest in the nation with 10 s(K>rLs. 

The Athletic Department was in financial trouble, 
operating at a deficit, when he took o\er his adminis- 
trative duties, and the revenue producing sports were 
struggling to just be comjietitive. Today the department 
is one of only three percent in die nation operating in die 
black and tlie overall program ranks as one of the 
nation's finest. 

The revenue producing sports have been especially 
sucxessful widi the football, basketball and lacrosse pro- 
grams nationally recognized vntli NCAA C'hampionships. 
an NIT Cham])ionship and NC.\,\ Tournament coni- 
p)etition along with five consecutive football bowl games. 
The latest sport added to die men's program, fencing, 
placed fifdi in die nation this past year and die women's 
basketball team was second in the AIAW National 
Championship Tournament. 

The financial stability, over a nine year period, has 
been achieved despite the necessary expenditures to up>- 
grade and improve the athletic facilities including the 
renovation of Byrd Stadium and Cole Field House, the 
construction of a football facility, all weather track in 
Byrd Stadium and an artificial turf field. Other additions 
include a new soccer field and one of die finest indoor 
tracks in the nation. 

During Kehoe's nine years die Terrapins have won 
40 Atlantic Coast Conference Team Championship* as 
compared to 24 for runner-up North Carolina. 



NOTES ON KEHOE'S CAREER 

On May 30. 1936 Jim Kehoe anchored the winning 
One-Mile S|)rint Medley Relay team for Bel Air High 
School in die DCAAL' 01yiiii>ic track and field tr)'ouls 
in Byrd Stadium. 'Flie Maryland entry placed second. 

On April 16, 1937 he again appeared in Byrd Stadium, 
this time in a Mar)'land uniform and won the Mile Run 
in liis first outdoor track meet for the 'Ferra])iii Ire.slmicn. 
On May II he came within a tenth of a second of die 
University record for the 880 run after winning the 880 
in his first meet against the Midshipmen in Annapolis 
on May 1. 

In his last season as Head Coach the Terps defeated 
the Midshipmen 119-26 and went on to capture the 
1C4 \ Chamjjioiiship 53-52 o\er Villanova. His Terps 
also won the Out(l(K>r title in 1965 and 1966 and the 
Indoor title in 1966. From 1936 to 1969 Kehoe had been 
active in Maryland Track. 

In his first appearance in Byrd Stadium for the Ter- 
rapin varsity Kehoe set a stadium record in the Two- 
Mile Run against Michigan State with a 9:3.5.6. It was 
also the best ever by a Terrapin. He added stadium 
records for the 880 his sophomore year. He continued 
to break Maryland records throughout his career and 
his 1:50.7 for the 880 as a senior remained in the 
Maryland Record Books until 1963. 

On April 28. 1940 Kehoe was a star in one of the 
finest days in Maryland track history as die Terrapins 
won three of the eight major events at the Penn Relay 
Carnival capturing the Distance Medley, the Four Mile 
Relay and the Two Mile Relay before 32.000 spectators. 

Immediately following his graduation from Maryland 
Kehoe taught at Mt. Rainier High School while coaching 
the Maryland Freshman Track and Cross-Countr)' teams. 
He joined the Army in 1942 and attended Officers 
Candidate School, sened 18 months in the South Pacific, 
gained the rank of Captain and later attained die rank 
of Colonel in the Army Reserve. 

His teams won a total of 48 Southern Conference and 
.Atlantic Coast Conference titles including all but one 
of the Indoor and Outdoor .\CC Championships in the 
16 years of the league. He won die first and last 14 
titles in each and added eight cross countr)" titles in- 
cluding his last six as Coach. In dual meet comp>etition 
his teams were undefeated for his last nine years. The 
Track team had a winning streak of 27 and the cross 
countrj' team 29 at his retirement from coaching. 

The Terps closed out his final year. 4-0. with especially 
pleasing wins over Navy 119-26 and Nordi Carolina 
126-19. 

In announcing the apjxiintment of Kehoe as Director 
of Athletics on Februar\- 11, 1969 Dr. Wilson H. Elkins, 
president of the university said ''C-oach Kehoe is a 
winner and believes that the University of Maryland 
can have strong teams in all sp>orts, \nth emphasis at 
diis time on football and basketball. His track program 
and direction of the large and highly successful intra- 
mural program for the University show that he is an 
organizer." 

"Above all, he is a strong man with unimp>eachable 
character. Mr. Kehoe will need support from all quarters, 
but he will provide leadership and always do more than 
his part" 



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TERP 

OPPONENTS 

TULANE 

LOUISVILLE 

NORTH CAROLINA 

KENTUCKY 

NORTH CAROLINA STATE 

SYRACUSE 

WAKE FOREST 

DUKE 

PENN STATE 

VIRGINIA 

CLEMSON 




TULANE UNIVERStTY 

September 9 1:30 P.M. 

College Park, Maryland 

Byrd Stadium (45.000) 

(Kid's Day) 

COACH: Larry Smith 

(Bowling Green '62) 

OVERALL RECORD: 5-17-0 

TULANE RECORD: 5-17-0 



LOCATION: New Orleans, Louisiana 

ENROLLMENT: 9,048 

COLORS: Sky Blue and Olive Green 

NICKNAME: Green Wave 

CONFERENCE: Independent 

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: Hindman Hall 

ASSISTANT COACHES: Moe Ankney, Willard Wells, 
Jim Vechiarella, Vic Eumont, Oscar Lofton, Charlie 
Davis, Mike Clark, Greg Blache, Charlie Hall, Buddy 
Geis 

TEAM STRENGTH: Quarterback, Running Backs, 
Receivers, Offensive Line, Def. Secondary 

TEAM WEAKNESS: Tight Ends, Def. Tackles, lack of 
Off, Line depth 

LETTERMEN RETURNING: 43 

LETTERMEN LOST: 17 

TOP RETURNING BACKS: QB Roch Hontas, OB 
Mar\'in Christian, OB Jeff Jones, OB Nickie Hall, 
QB Tommy Hightower 

TOP RETURNING LINEMEN: OT Gerry Sheridan, 
OG Percy Millet, OG Paul Murdich, C Dee Methvin, 
NG Wilfred Simon, DE Al Jones, LE Bob Bechnel 

TOP NEWCOMERS: FB Willard Browner, DT Clifton 
Jones, DT Tommie Barlow, TE Clayton Jones 

ALL AMERICAN CANDIDATES: QB Roch Hontas, 
K Ed Murray 

ALL-REGION CANDIDATES: QB Roch Hontas, K 
Ed Murray, NG Wilfred Simon, LCB Jeff Gates. OT 
Gerry Sheridan, LB John Amnierman. OB Marvin 
Christian, WR Alton Alexis, OG Percy Millet, C Dee 
Methvin 

SID: M. L. Lagarde 

OFFICE (504) 865-4393 
HOME (504) 885-7967 



1977 RESULTS (3-8) 




1978 SCHEDULE 


9 


Memphis State 


27 


Sept. 


9 at Marvlaiid 


17 


Stanford 


21 




Ifi PiltsburKh 


23 


SMU 


28 




23 at Georgia Tech 


36 


Vanderbilt 


7 




.■50 at Stanford 


28 


Boston College 


30 


Oct. 


7 at \'an(lerl)ilt 


16 


Cincinnati 


13 




14 IJiwtoii College 


14 


Georgia Tech 


38 




21 TCU 





Pittsburgh 


48 




28 Memphis State 


13 


Miami (Fla.) 


10 


Nov. 


4 Miami (Fla.) 


8 


Rutgers 


47 




1 1 at Missi.ssippi 


17 


LSU 


20 




25 at LSU 



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LOUISVILLE UNIVERSITY 

September 16 8:00 P.M. 

Louisville, Kentucky 
Fairgrounds Stadium (37,500) 

COACH: Vince Gibson 

(Florida State '55) 

OVERALL RECORD: 45-73-1 

LOUISVILLE RECORD: 12-21-1 




NORTH CAROLINA UNIVERSITY 

September 23 1:30 P.M. 

Chapel Hill, North Carolina 

Kenan Stadium (48,000) 

COACH: Dick Crum 

(Mt. Union '57) 

OVERALL RECORD: 34-10-1 

UNC RECORD: First Year 



LOCATION: Louisville, Kentucky 

ENROLLMENT: 18,000 

COLORS: Cardinal Red, Black and/or White 

NICKNAME: Figliting Cardinals 

CONFERENCE: Independent 

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: To Be Announced 

ASSISTANT COACHES: Ted Heath, Doug Mathews, 
Frank Enianiicl. Dave Moore, Steve Goldman, Bob 
Weber, Jay Cunningham 

TEAM STRENGTH: Experienced Offensive and De- 
fensive Lines; Running Backs 

TEAM WEAKNESS: Tight End, Kicking Game 

LETTERMEN RETURNING: 33 

LETTERMEN LOST: 19 

TOP RETURNING RACKS: FB Nathan Poole, QB Stu 
Stram, DB Ray Payton, DB Greg Gib.son 

TOP RETURNING LINEMEN: LB Otis Wilson, DT 
Mark Pongonis, OT James Brown 

TOP NEWCOMERS: LB Gene Hagan. NG Mike 
Olliges. QB Pat Patterson, DE Jay Trautwein. \\R 
James Pryor. DE Mike Cruz 

ALL-AMERIC.4N CANDIDATES: LB Otis Wilson, NG 
Jeff Henry, FB Nathan Poole, LB Ricky Skiles 

1977 HIGHLIGHTS: Indejiendence Bowl (lost to 
Louisiana Tech 24-14): Beat Memphis State at 
Memphis 14-13 

SID: To Be Announced 

ASST. SID: John Crawley 

OFFICE: (502) 588-6581 
HOME: (502) 451-1292 



LOCATION: Chapel Hill, Nortli Carolina 

ENROLLMENT: 19,400 

COLORS: Carolina Blue and White 

NICKNAME: Tar Heels 

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: Bill Cobey 

ASSISTANT COACHES: Cleve Bryant, Charlie Carr, 
Jack Himcbauch, Denny Marcin, John Matsko, Chuck 
Priefer, Jim Trcsslcr, Randy Walker 

TEAM STRENGTH: Offensive Backfield and Defens- 
ive Secondary 

TEAM WEAKNESS: Lack of depth in the defensive 
line; inexvperienced kickers 

LETTERMEN RETURNING: 45 

LETTERMEN LOST: 17 

TOP RETURNING BACKS: RB Amos Lawrence, QB 
Matt Kupec. DB Bemie Menapace, DB Bobby Cale, 
DB Ricky Barden 

TOP RETURNING LINEMEN: OG Mike Salzano, 
OT Bobby Hukill. DE Ken Sheets, NG Dave Simmons, 
LB Buddy Curry 

TOP NEWCOMERS: RB Walter Sturdivant, KS Jeff 
Hayes 

ALL-AMERICAN CANDIDATES: OG Mike Salzano, 
DE Ken Sheets, RB Amos Lawrence 

ALL-ACC Candidates: OT Bobby Hukill. LB Buddy 
Curry, NG Dave Simmons. DB Bemie Menapace, DB 
Bobby Cale, DB Ricky Barclen 

1977 HIGHLIGHTS: .\CC Champions; played in the 
Liberty Bowl 

SID: Rick Brewer 

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



1977 RESULTS (8-4) 


1 




1978 


SCHEDULE 












38 


Northern Illinois 





Sept. 


9 


South Dakota St. 


1977 RESULTS (8-2-1) 




1978 SCHEDULE 


17 


Cincinnati 


17 




16 


Maryland 


7 


Kentucky 


10 


Sept. 


16 East Carolina 


7 


William and Mary 


21 




23 at 


Cincinnati 


31 


Richmond 







23 Maryland 


14 


Memphis State 


13 




30 


Indiana State 


41 


Northwestern 


7 




30 at Pittsburgh 


33 


Tulsa 





Oit. 


7 at 


Tulsa 


7 


Texas Tech 


10 


Oct. 


7 Miami of Ohio 


10 


Dayton 


14 




14 


Northwest La. 


24 


Wake Forest 


3 




14 at Wake Forest 


6 


Alabama 


55 




21 


Boston I'niversity 


27 


NO. State 


14 




21 N.C. State 


56 


Marshall 







28 


William S: Mary 


17 


South Carolina 







28 at South Carolina 


51 


Wichita State 


21 


Nov. 


4 at 


Wichita State 


16 


Maryland 


7 


Nov. 


4 at Richmond 


18 


Drake 


13 




11 


Memphis State 


13 


Clemson 


13 




11 at Clemson 


27 


Indiana State 


16 




18 at 


Southern Miss. 


35 


Virginia 


14 




18 Virginia 


14 


Louisiana Tech 


24 








16 


Duke 


3 




25 Duke 



31 




KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY 

September 30 1:30 P.M. 

College Park Maryland 
Byrd Stadium (45,000) 

COACH: Fran Cure! 

(Univ. of Miami 1960} 

OVERALL RECORD: 65-43-1 

KENTUCKY RECORD: 31-24-1 




NORTH CAROLINA 
STATE UNIVERSITY 

October 7 1:30 P.M. 

College Park, Maryland 

Byrd Stadium (45,000) 
(Homecoming) 

COACH: Robert "Bo" Rein 

(Ohio State '68) 

OVERALL RECORD: 11-11-1 
N.C. State Record: 11-11-1 



LOCATION: Lexington, Kentucky 

ENROLLMENT: 22,219 

COLORS: Blue and White 

NICKNAME: Wildcats 

CONFERENCE: Soudieastern Conference 

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: Cliff Hagan 

ASSISTANT COACHES: Perry Moss, George Catavo- 
los, Dan Coughlin, Larry Kirksey, Jim Niblack, Charles 
Bailey, Bill Glaser, Billy Mitchell 

TEAM STRENGTH: Linbackers 

TEAM WEAKNESS: Quarterback 

LETTERMEN RETURNING: 34 

LETTERMEN LOST: 10 

TOP RETURNING BACKS: LB Jim Kovach, LB Kelly 
Kirchbaum, OB Randy Broks, OB Chris Hill, OB 
Freddie Williams, FB Rod Stewart, DB Larry Carter, 
S Rick Hayden 

TOP RETURNING LINEMEN: OG Tom Kearns, OT 
Larry Petkovsek, DT James Ramey, DE David 
Stephens, DT Earl Wilson 

TOP NEWCOMERS: TE Jim Campbell, RB Chris 
Jones, WR Keith Bethea 

ALL AMERICAN CANDIDATES: LB Jim Kovach, 
NG Richard Jaffa 

ALL-CONFERENCE CANDIDATES: FB Rod Stewart, 
OT Lary Petkovsek, OT Richard Jardine, OG Dan 
Fowler, WR Felix Wilson, DT Bob Winkel, DT James 
Ramey, DE David Stephens 

1977 HIGHLIGHTS: 24-20 win over Penn State at 
University Park, Pennsylvania; and a 10-1 record for 
the 1977 season 

SID: Russell Rice 

OFFICE: (606) 257-3838 
HOME: (606) 277-5639 



LOCATION: Raleigh, North Carolina 

ENROLLMENT: 17,800 

COLORS: Red and White 

NICKNAME: Wolfpack 

CONFERENCE: Adantic Coast Conference 

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: Willis R. Casey 

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

TEAM STRENGTH: Exi:)erienced offensive line and 
strong corps of running backs; experienced linebackers 
and safety men 

TEAM WEAKNESS: Lack of depth and experience in 
defensive line; untested quarterback; uncertainty in 
kicking game 

LETTERMEN RETURNING: 31 

LETTERMEN LOST: 24 

TOP RETURNING BACKS: RB Ted Brown, RB 
Rickey Adams, FB Billy Ray Vickers, FS Woodrow 
Wilson, SS Mike Nail 

TOP RETURNING LINEMEN: C Jim Ritcher, T 
Frank Hitt, T Chris Dieterich, DT Simon Gupton, 
MG Joe Hannah, LB Bill Cowher, LB Kyle Wescoe 

TOP NEWCOMERS: QB Scott Smith, CB Ronnie Lee, 
CB Donnie LeGrande, TE Fred Sherrill, RB Dwight 
Sullivan 

ALL AMERICAN CANDIDATES: Ted Brown, C Jim 
Ritcher 

ALL-ACC CANDIDATES: RB Ted Brown. C Jim 
Ritcher, T Frank Hitt, SE Randy Hall, T Chris Diet- 
erich, DT Simon Gupton, LB Bill Cowher, FS Wood- 
row Wilson 

1977 HIGHLIGHTS: 24-14 Peach Bowl win over Iowa 
State; 24-21 win over Maryland to snap the Terps 21 
game winning streak in the ACC 

SID: Ed Seaman 

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















1977 RESULTS (8-4) 




I97S SCHEDULE 














23 


East Carolina 


28 


Sept. 


9 East Carolina 


1977 RESULTS 


(10-1) 




1978 SCHEDULE 


14 


Virginia 







16 Syracuse 


10 


North Carolina 


7 


Sept. 


16 at South Carolina 


38 


Syracuse 







23 West Virginia 


6 


Baylor 




21 




23 Baylor 


41 


Wake Forest 


14 




30 at Wake Forest 


28 


West Virginia 




13 




30 at Maryland 


24 


Maryland 


20 


Ott. 


7 at Maryland 


24 


Penn State 




20 


Oc-t. 


7 Penn State 


17 


Auburn 


15 




21 at North Carolina 


23 


Miss. State 




7 




14 at Olc Miss. 


14 


UNCChapelHill 


27 




28 Clemson 


33 


LSU 




13 




21 LSU 


3 


Clemson 


7 


Nov. 


4 South (>arolina 


33 


Georgia 









28 Cieorgia 


7 


South Carolina 


3 




11 at Penn Stale 


32 


VPI 







Nov. 


4 at Virginia Tech 


17 


Penn State 


21 




18 Duke 


28 


Vanderbilt 




6 




11 Vanderbilt 


37 


Duke 


32 




25 at Virginia 


14 


Florida 




7 




18 Florida 




PEACH BOWL 








21 


Tennessee 




17 




25 at Tennessee 


24 


Iowa State 


14 







32 



SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY 

October 14 1:30 P.M. 

Syracuse, New York 
Archbold Stadium (32,000) 

COACH: Frank Maloney 

(Michigan '62) 

OVERALL RECORD: 17-27 

SYRACUSE RECORD: 17-27 




WAKE FOREST UNIVERSITY 

October 21, 1:30 P.M. 

College Park, Maryland 

Byrd Stadium (45,000) 
(Band Day) 

COACH: John Mackovic 

(Wake Forest '65) 

OVERALL RECORD: First Year 

WAKE FOREST RECORD: 

First Year 



LOCATION: Syracuse, New York 

ENROLLMENT: 10,300 

COLORS: Orange 

NICKN.WIE: Orangemen 

CONFERENCE: Iniie]xiuicnt 

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: J;ikc Crouihaincl 

ASSISTANT COACHES: Lou Angclo. Jerry Angelo, 
Carl Ikilterslu-li. Tom Cougliliii. Deiini.s Fryzel, Jim 
Goodfellow, Bill Spencer, Dave Zuccarclli 

TE.\M STREINGTII: Quarterback, ruiuiing backs, tlie 
kicking game and linebacking 

TE.AM WE.\KNESS: Offensive line replacements, de- 
fensive tackle, the schedule 



LETTERMEN RETURNING: 
LETTERMEN LOST: 20 



40 



TOP RETURN'ING B.VCKS: QB Bill Hurley. RB Art 
Monk, RB Dennis Harlman. WR Mike Jones, DB 
Warren Haney. DB John Patterson, SF Terry O'Leary 

TOP RETURNING LINEMEN: LG Glenn Williams. 
RT Craig Wolfley. TE Bruce Semall, MG Willie 
McCullough, RE Ken Kollar. LB John Kinley, LB 
Steve Spinney 

TOP NEWCOMERS: HB Tom Matichak. RB Dennis 
Hartman, LB Kevin Hawkins. RB Ste\e Shaw, TE 
Tony Sidor 

ALL-AMERICAN C\NDID.\TES: QB Bill Hurley. KS 
Dave Jacobs 

ALL-EAST C.ANDID.ATES: QB Bill Hurley, KS Dave 
Jacobs. RB Art Monk. OT Craig Wolfley, TE Bruce 
Semall. MG Willie McCullough 

1977 HIGHLIGHTS: Won die last four games of 
the year 

SID: I^irrv Kimball 

OFFICE: (313) 423-2608 
HOME: (313) 682-6002 



1977 RESULTS (6-5) 



12 


Oregon State 


24 





NO. State 


38 


22 


Washington 


20 


30 


Illinois 


20 


10 


Maryland 


24 


24 


Penn State 


31 


21 


Pittsburgh 


28 


6 


Virginia 


3 


45 


Navy 


34 


20 


Boston College 


3 


28 


West Virginia 


9 



Sept. 



Oct. 



.Nov. 



197 


8 


SCHE 


DILE 


9 




Florida State 


16 


at 


N.C. 


State 


23 


at 


Michi 


gan State 


30 




Illinois 


/ 


at 


West 


\'irj:inla 


14 




Mar\i 


and 


21 


at 


Penn 


State 


28 




OPEN' 


4 




Pittsb 


urgh 


II 




Navy 




18 


at 


Bostoi 


n College 


25 


at 


Miami (Fla.) 



LOCATION: Winston Salem, North Carolina 

ENROLLMENT: 2,933 

COLORS: Old Gold and Black 

NICKNAME: Demon Deacons 

CONFERENCE: Atlantic Coast Conference 

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: Dr. Jean Hooks 

ASSIST. VNT COACHES: Bill Faircloth. Marty Gal- 
braith. Jim Mc.Xally, Ray Sherman. .Archie Strimel, 
Bill Urbanik, Mike Working, Cliff Yoshida 

TEAM STRENGTH: Rumiing of James McDougald 

TKAM WEAKNESS: Inexperience at quarterback and 
offensive line 

LETTERMEN RETURNING: 38 

LETTERMEN LOST: 23 

TOP RETURNING B.ACKS: TB James McDouglad, 
QB Ken Daly. DB James Royster. DB Mark Lancaster 

TOP RETURNING LINEMEN: OT Jackie Robinson. 
TE Svd Kitson. DT Bruce Hopkins, NG James Parker, 
WR Tom Smith 

TOP NEWCOMERS: WR Eddie Wright. QB Jim 
Cappon. LB Larry Dorsey, QB David Kass, LB Joel 
Triplett 

ALL-AMERICAN CANDID.\TES: RB James 
McDougald 

.\LL-.\CC CANDIDATES: OT Jackie Robinson, DB 
James Royster. WR Tom Smith 

SID: Bruce Herman 

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



1977 RESULTS (1-10) 



24 


Furman 


13 





Vanderbilt 


3 


14 


N.C. State 


41 


17 


Purdue 


26 


3 


North Carolina 


24 


7 


Maryland 


35 


10 


Virginia 


12 





Clemson 


26 


14 


Duke 


38 


14 


South Carolina 


24 


10 


Virginia Tech 


28 



1978 .SCHEDl'LE 
Sept. 9 Virginia 

16 Virginia Tech 

23 at LSL" 

30 .\.C. State 
Oct. 7 at Purdue 

14 North Carolina 

21 at Marvland 

28 at Auburn 
Nov. 4 Clemson 

II at Duke 

18 at South Carolina 



33 




DUKE UNIVERSITY 

October 28 1:30 P.M. 

Durham, North Carolina 

Wallace Wade Stadium (40,078) 

COACH: Mike McGee 
(Duke '60) 

OVERALL RECORD: 36-48-4 

DUKE RECORD: 33-40-4 




PENN STATE UNIVERSITY 

November 4 1:30 P.M. 

University Park, Pennsylvania 

Beaver Stadium (76,017) 

COACH: Joe Paterno 

(Brown '50) 

OVERALL RECORD: 112-24-1 

PENN ST. RECORD: 112-24-1 



LOCATION: Durham, North Carolina 

ENROLLMENT: 9,000 

COLORS: Bhie and Wlilte 

NICKNAME: Blue Devils 

CONFERENCE: Atlantic Coast Conference 

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: Tom Butters 

ASSISTANT COACHES: John Gutekunst, John Guy, 
Dennis Haglan, Dick Kemp, Mary Landon, Sam Storey, 
Larry Thompson 

TEAM STRENGTH: Improved defense and exper- 
ienced offensive backfield 

TEAM WK4KNESS: Inexperienced offensive line and 
lack of depth in the secondary 

LETTERMEN RETURNING: 34 

LETTERMEN LOST: 21 

TOP RETURNING BACKS: QB Mike Dunn, FB Ned 
Genet, DB Dan Brooks 

TOP RETURNING LINEMEN: C Kevin Kelly, OG 
Tom Luongo, LB Carl McGee, LB Bill King 

TOP NEWCOMERS: SE Derrick Lewis, DT Tim 
Cadigan 

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

ALL-ACC CANDIDATES: QB Mike Dunn, LB Carl 
McGee, LB Bill King, C Kevin Kelly, DB Dan Brooks, 
OG Tom Luongo 

1977 HIGHLIGHTS: Defeated Georgia Tech and 
South Carolina at their home fields 

SID: Tom Mickle 

OFFICE: (919) 684-2633 
HOME: (919) 929-1844 



LOCATION: University Park, Pennsylvania 

ENROLLMENT: 46,206 

COLORS: Blue and White 

NICKNAME: Nittany Lions 

CONFERENCE: Independent 

.ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: Edward Czekaj 

ASSISTANT COACHES: Dick Anderson, Booker 

Brooks, Tim Curley, Fran Ganter, Jerry Petercuskie, 
Bob Phillips, John Rosenberg, Jerry Sandusky, J. T. 
White, Jim Williams 

TEAM STRENGTH: Quarterback, running back, wide 
receiver, offensi\'e line, and defensive tackle 

TEAM WEAKNESS: Lack of deptli 

LETTERMEN RETURNING: 37 

LETTERMEN LOST: 21 

TOP RETURNING BACKS: QB Chuck Fusina, RB 
Matt Suhey, RB Bob Torrey, DHB Mike Guman 

TOP RETURNING LINEMEN: OT Keith Domey, 
C Chuck Correal, SE Scott Fitzkee. DT Matt Millen, 
DT Bruce Clark, DE Joe Lally, LB Rick Donaldson 

TOP NEWCOMERS: RB Booker More, OT Jim Brown 

ALL AMERIC/\N-C.\NDID.\TES: QB Chuck Fusina, 
OT Keith Dorney, RB Matt Suiiey, DT Bruce Clark, 
DT Matt Millen, SE Scott Fitzkee 

1977 HIGHLIGHTS: 11-1, 4th UPI, 5th AP, Fiesta 
Bowl Champions 

SID: John Morris 

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













1977 RESULTS (11-1) 




1978 .SCHEDULE 


1977 RESULTS (5-6) 






1978 SCHEDULE 


45 


Rutgers 


7 


Sept. 


1 at Temple 


16 


East Carolina 


17 


Sept. 


9 Georgia Tech 


31 


Houston 


14 




9 Rutgers 


9 


Michigan 


21 




23 South Carolina 


27 


Maryland 


9 




If) at Ohio State 


31 


Virginia 


7 




30 at Michigan 


20 


Kentucky 


24 




23 Southern Meth. 


28 


Navy 


16 


Oct. 


7 Virginia 


16 


Utah State 


7 




30 Te.\as Christian 


25 


South Carolina 


21 




14 at Navy 


31 


Syracuse 


24 


Oct. 


7 at Kentucky 


11 


Clemson 


17 




21 at Clemson 


49 


West Virginia 


28 




21 Syracuse 


13 


Maryland 


31 




28 Maryland 


49 


Miami, Fla. 


7 




28 at West \'irginla 


25 


Georgia Tech 


24 


Nov. 


4 at Tennessee 


21 


N.C. State 


17 


Nov. 


4 Mar>laiul 


38 


Wake Forest 


14 




11 Wake Forest 


44 


Temple 


7 




11 N.C. State 


32 


N.C. State 


37 




18 at N.C. State 


15 


Pittsburgh 


13 




25 Pitt.sburgh 


3 


North Carolina 


16 




25 at North Carolina 


42 


Arizona State 


30 







34 




UNIVERSITY OF 


VIRGINIA 


November 11 


1:30 P.M. 


Charlottesville, 


Virginia 


Scott 


Stadium 


(37,273) 


COACH: 


Dick Bestwick 






(UNC '52) 


OVERALL 


RECORD: 


3-18-1 


VIRGINIA 


RECORD: 


3 181 




CLEMSON UNIVERSITY 

November 18 1:30 P.M. 

College Park, Maryland 
Byrd Stadium (45,000) 

COACH: Charley Pell 

(Alabama '64) 

OVERALL RECORD: 41-16-2 

CLEMSON RECORD: 8-3-1 



LOCATION: Charlottesville, Virgiiw 

ENROLLMENT: IG,000 

COLORS: OraiiRc and Blue 

NICKN.VME: Cavaliers 

CONFERENCE: .Atlantic Coa.st Conference 

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: Gene Corrigan 

ASSISTANT COACHES: Dave Braine, Brian Burke, 
Jack Daniels, Gene Epley, Dick Lage, Gene McKeehan, 
Lee Moon, Charlie Taaffe 

TE.AM STREINGTH: \'eteran defense, good running 
backs and excellent punting 

TE.AM WEAKNESS: Overall depdi situation, and no 
established quarterback 

LETTERMEN RETURNING: 33 

LETTERMEN LOST: 19 

TOP RETURNING BACKS: KB Greg Taylor, RB 
Tommy Vigorito, CB Derrick Glasper, SS Tony 
Blount 

TOP RETURNING LINEMEN: DE Steve Potter, DT 
Lee Browning, DT Grant Hudson, NG Mike Budd, OT 
Ric Zimmerman 

TOP NEWCOMERS: OG Kurt Pierce, C Brian Mus- 
selman, RB Corvvin Word, DT Greg Bro« n, DE Quentin 
Murray 

ALL-AMERICAN CANDIDATES: SS Tony Blount 

ALL-ACC CANDIDATES: OT Ric Zimmerman. DE 
Steve Potter, DT Grant Hudson, DT Lee Browning. 
NG Mike Budd, DB Derrick Glasper, SS Tony Blount 

1977 HIGHLIGHTS: Russ Henderson kicking four 
field goal's, his first ever, to beat Wake Forest 12-10 
for ordy \vin last year 

SID: To Be Named Later 

OFFICE: (804) 924-3011 



LOCATION: Clemson, South Carolina 

ENROLLMENT: 11,383 

COLORS: Orange and Purple 

NICKNAME: Tigers 

CONFERENCE: Atlantic Coast Conference 

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: H. C (Bill) Mcl^llan 

ASSISTANT COACHES: Danny Ford. Jimmye I^ycock, 
Tom Moore, Buddy King, Mickey .Andrews, Dwight 
Adams, Joe Kines, Mike Bugar, Willie Anderson, Billy 
Ware 

TE.AM STRENGTH: The potential of tlie passing 
game and the opportunity to establish a more successful 
inside running game 

TEAM WEAKNESS: Critical lack of depth at prac- 
tically all positions 

LETTERMEN RETURNING: 45 

LETTERMEN LOST: 16 

TOP RETURNING BACKS: QB Steve Fuller. TB 
Warren Ratchford, HB Harold Coggins, FB Marvin 
Sims. LLB Randy Scott, SS Ogden Hansford, FS Steve 
Ryan. RGB Rex Vam 

TOP RETURNING LINEMEN: LG Steve Kenney, C 
Jeff Bostic, RG Joe Bostic, TE Anthony King, LE Jona- 
than Brooks, LT Jim Stuckey, MG Hich Tuten 

ALL-AMERICAN CANDID.ATES: QB Steve Fuller, 
SE Jerry Butler. RG Joe Bostic, LLB Randy Scott, 
LE Jonathan Broks, FS Steve Ryan 

ALL-ACC CANDIDATES: QB Steve Fuller. SE Jerry 
Butler. OG Joe Bostic. DE Jonathan Brooks. DB 
Steve Ryan, LLB Randy Scott, MG Rich Tuten, TB 
Warren Ratchford 

1977 HIGHLIGHTS: Clemson was selected to play in 
the 1978 Gator Bowl against the defending national 
champions the Pittsburgh Panthers. 

SID: Bob Bradley 

OFFICE: (803) 656-2101 ext. 240 
HOME: (803) 654-5419 



1977 RESULTS (1-9-1) 


1978 SCHEDILE 


1977 RESULTS (8-3-1) 




1978 SCHEDLLE 





N.C. State 


14 


Sept. 9 at Wake Forest 


14 


Maryland 


21 


Sept. 


16 The Citadel 





Texas 


68 


16 Navy 


7 


Georgia 


6 




23 at Georgia 


7 


Duke 


31 


23 at .\rmy 


31 


Georgia Tech 


14 




30 Villanova 





West Virginia 


13 


30 \'MI 


31 


Virginia 





Oct. 


7 Virginia Tech 





Clemson 


31 


Oct. 7 at Duke 


31 


Virginia 







14 at Virginia 


14 


Virginia Tech 


14 


14 Clemson 


17 


Duke 


11 




21 Duke 


12 


Wake Forest 


10 


21 Virginia Tech 


7 


N.C. State 


3 




28 at N.C. State 


3 


Syracuse 


6 


28 OPEN 


26 


Wake Forest 





Nov. 


4 at Wake Forest 


6 


Virginia Military 


30 


Nov. 4 at West Virginia 


13 


North Carolina 


13 




11 North Carolina 


14 


North Carolina 


35 


11 Maryland 


17 


Notre Dame 


21 




18 at Manland 





Maryland 


28 


18 at North Carolina 
25 N.C. State 


31 
3 


South Carolina 
Pittsburgh 


27 
34 




25 South Carolina 



35 



MARYLAND vs. t978 OPPONENTS 





DUKE 






(7-14-0) 




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 


I960 


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 


1977 


Won 

SYRACUSE 
(10-13-1) 


31-13 


1920 


Won 


10-7 


1921 


Lost 


0-42 


1935 


Tie 


0-0 


1936 


\Von 


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 


42-28 


1977 


Won 

CLEMSON 
(15-10-1) 


24-10 


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 


1977 


Won 


21-14 



WAKE FOREST 




(18-7-1) 




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 


1977 


Won 


35-7 




N.C. STATE 




(14-16-4) 




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 


1977 


Lost 


20-24 





VIRGINIA 






(25-15-2) 




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 


\\on 


12-0 


1958 


Won 


44-6 


1959 


Won 


55-12 


1960 


Won 


44-12 


1961 


Lost 


16-28 


1962 


Won 


40-18 


1963 


Won 


21-6 


1964 


Won 


10-0 


1965 


Lost 


27-33 


1966 


Lost 


17-41 


1967 


Lost 


7-12 


1968 


Lost 


23-28 


1969 


Won 


17-14 


1970 


Won 


17-14 


1971 


Lost 


27-29 


1972 


Won 


24-23 


1973 


Won 


33-0 


1974 


Won 


10-0 


1975 


Won 


62-24 


1976 


Won 


28-0 


1977 


Won 


28-0 




LOUISVILLE 


(First Meeting) 




TULANE 






(1-1) 




1933 


Lost 


0-20 


1973 


Won 


42-9 




KENTUCKY 




(2-1-2) 




1931 


Tie 


6-6 


1954 


Won 


20-0 


1956 


I^st 


0-14 


1975 


Tie 


10-10 


1976 


Won 


24-14 



PENN STATE 




(1-22-0) 




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 


1977 


Lost 


9-27 


NORTH CAROLINA 




(17-23-1) 




1899 


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 


1977 


Lost 


7-16 



NCAAfen) 



D 



36 



STRENGTH and QUICKNESS 



Jerry (il.iihoriic rales slniiKlli and ijiiiikiKss Inuli on 
Ills list of taiigihlcs conlnljuliiig 1<> a wiiiiiiiij;' looihall 
team. He was appalled .il liie lack of holli allriixiles 
when he assunieil the diilies as die .Maryland ( oac li in 
December of 1971. 

In his initial testing of ilic Tcrraijins only seven were 
able to bench press of 230 [>oinids and only 14 ran the 
40 yards in 4.9 or less. Cllaiborne innnediately estab- 
lished a weight training program that has had |)henom- 
enal sncccss with his ability lo niolivale ollicrs a major 
contributor to die results. 

This past spring 75 players bench pressed 250 pounds 
or more and 5.3 of lliem lopped .300 jxnuids. In addi- 
tion eight toi)[)cd 400 |)ouiids. 

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

In addition to the improvement by die Terrapins 
many high schools and several collegiate teams have 
adopted Claiborne's training programs. 

.Ml-Amcrican Tackle Randy Wliite has proven what 
dedication anil adherence to the program can accom|)lisli. 
He enrolled at i\Iar\laiid as a 212 poinider who ran a 
4.9 forty and could bench press 260 |)ounds. He left 
Maryland weighing 248 pounds and while playing for 
the Terps bench pressed 450 pounds and could run the 
40 in 4.6. He increased his bench press to 460 pounds 
before joining the Dallas Cowboy.s. 

Demonstrating that die 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. He is now with die Tampa Bay Bucca- 
neers. 

There are currently eight members of the team 
bench pressing 400 or more f>ounds «ith Offensive 
Linemen Richard Cummins 435 and Larry Stewart 425 
the leaders. Fullback Steve Koziol leads die backs at 
420 pounds. 

In addition Defensive Linemen just missing 400 pounds 
are Greg Vanderhout with 395 pounds and Kevin Hauss- 
mann and Ed Gall who have bench pressed 390 pounds. 
Offensive Lineman Paul Glamp and Linebacker Neal 
01kewic7 are at 385. Offensive Center Chris Grey checks 
in at 380 widi Bruce Palmer a defensive guard also 
bench pressing 380 pounds. 




PROGRESS CI lART 
250 275 300 350 375 400 450 ITL 



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 


Mar. 


1978 


10 


12 


30 


7 


8 


8 





75 




THE 400 POUND CLUB 



460 

450 

435** 

425** 

420** 

** 



Mike Yeates. OG 
Randy \\1iite, DT 
Richard Cummins, OG 
Larry Stewart, OT 
Steve Koziol, FB 

Denotes those on the 1978 roster. 



415** Keith Calta. DT 

415** Marlin Van Horn, DG 

400** Eric Sievers, TE 

400** Brian Riendeau. OG 

400** Steve Cianciulli. OG 



400 Sun Rogers, OT 

400 Kexin Benson. LB 

400 John Zernhelt, OT 

400 Chuck Moss, FB 

400 Bob Raba. TE 



37 



TBUViSiOM 6t RADIO COVERAGE 



DELAYED TELEVISION SCHEDULE 

Sept. 9 Tulane (Byrd Stadium) 

Sept. 23 North Carolina (Chapel Hill, N.C.) 

Sept. 30 Kentucky (Byrd Stadium) 



(Cablecast Nationally 11:30 EST — Carried in 37 states serving 1,652,096 home — by Metro Com- 
munications Sf)orts) Game preceded by "Maryland Football" with Jerry Claiborne at 11:00 EST 
featuring highlights of North Carolina game and preview of Maryland-Kentucky game. 



WDVM-TV 


( 9) 


11:30 


Washington, D.C 


WBFF-TV 


(45) 


10:30 


Baltimore, Md. 


WJLA-TV 


( 7) 


11:30 


Washington, D.C 


WBFF-TV 


(45) 


10:30 


Baltimore, Md. 


WJLA-TV 


( 7) 


11:30 


Washington, D.C 


WBFF-TV 


(45) 


10:30 


Baltimore, Md. 



Oct. 14 



Oct. 21 



Syracuse (Syracuse, N.Y.) 


WJLA-TV 


( 7) 


11:30 


Washington, D.C 




WBFF-TV 


(45) 


10:30 


Baltimore, Md. 


Wake Forest (Byrd Stadium) 


WDVM-TV 


( 9) 


11:30 


Washington, D.C 




WBFF-TV 


(45) 


10:30 


Baltimore, Md. 



The Jerry Claiborne Show will be televised live on WJLA each Sunday throughout the season 12:30 
P.M. in Washington, D.C. WBFF in Baltimore will carry the show Sunday evening tapied. 

RADIO NETWORK 
ORIGINATING STATION: WMAL-TV 630 (Mai Campbell and Tim Brant) 



MARYLAND 

Annapolis WNAV-AM 



VIRGINIA 



J 



WEST VIRGINIA 



Baltimore 

Cambridge 

Chestertown 

Cumberland 

Easton 

Frederick 
Hagerstown 

Havre de Grace 

Leonardtown 
Oakland 

Ocean City 
Prince Frederick 
Salisbury 
Thumiont 
Westminister 



VVFBR-AM 

VVCEM-AM 

VVCTR-AM 

WCMD-.\M 

VVEMD-AM 

WEMD-FM 

VVFMD-AM 

WARK-AM 

WVVCS-FM 

WASA-AM 

WHDG-FM 

WKIK-AM 

WMSG-AM 

WMSG-FM 

VVETT-.\M 

WT^JS-FM 

WBOC-AM 

VVTHU-^VM 

WTTR-FM 



1430 
1300 
1240 
1530 
1230 
1460 
96.7 

930 
1490 

106.9 
1330 

103.7 
1370 
1050 

92.1 
1590 
92.7 

960 
1450 

100.7 



Covington 



Fredericksburg 

Roanoke 

Winchester 

Tidewater 



WKEY-AM 
WKEY-FM 
WFLS-AM 
WFLS-FM 
WJLM-FM 
WHPL-AM 
WYVA-FM 
NOTE: 



1340 
100.9 
1350 
93.3 
93.5 
610 
94.1 



Berkley Springs 



WCST-AM 
WCST-FM 



1011 
93.5 



PENNSYLVANIA 

Chambersburg WCBG-AM 



1590 



All stations may not carry all 
games on the network due to 
local obligations. 






Mai Campbell 



Tim Brant 



38 



MARYLAND SIGNEES FOR 1978 



NAME 

Edward Aulisi 

Gurnest Brown 

Rodney Caldwell 

Mike Corvino 

Brent Dewitz 

Chris Grey 

Frank Kolencik 

John Kreider 

Jay Lomac 

Mike McCrea 

Karl Niehaus 

John O'Malley 

David Pacella 

Jerry Rogers 

Greg Smith 

David Taylor 

John Tice 

Vince Tomasetti 

Tim Whittle 

Joe Wiikins 

Wayne Wingfield 

Charlie DeGraffenreid Wysocki 

Pat Zillman 



POS HGT WOT 



OG-DG 

DT 

DT 

DT 

QB 

C 

DT 

LB 

DE 

DE 

LB 

TEDE 

OTDT 

OT-DG 

DB 

DB 

C-DT 

CLE 

TB 

TE-LB 

DE 

TB 

FBLB 



6-2 

6-4 

6-4 

6-3 

61 

6-2 

6-2 

6-0 

6-2 

6-3 

6-1 

6-2 

6-2 

6-2 

61 

60 

6-4 

6-2 

511 

6-1 

61 

6-0 

6-2 



230 
235 
240 
220 
180 
226 
222 
215 
210 
205 
205 
210 
235 
215 
190 
185 
225 
230 
185 
210 
185 
190 
205 



BIRTH 
DATE 

8/ 3/59 

12/15/59 
5/12/58 
7/27/60 
4/23/59 
5/ 8/58 

11/22/59 
2/22/59 
7/18/59 
3/ 6/60 
9/ 3/59 
5/10/60 
2/ 7/60 

10/10/60 
3/12/60 
2/ 9/60 
6/22/60 

11/18/59 
2/24/60 

12/ 2/59 
2/ 3/60 

12/ 7/59 
1/ 5/60 



HIGH SCHOOL 

Seton Hall 

Pike 

Massanutten 

St. Pius X 

Orrville 

Ferrum, J.C. 

St. Edward 

Bensalem 

Winston Churchil 

Woodbridge 

Barberton 

Chaney 

Reading 

St. Pius X 

W. Springfield 

Bridgeport 

Central Islip 

Old Forge 

Baltimore Poly 

Holy Spirit 

George Wythe 

Meyers 

Wausau West 



HOMETOWN 

West Orange, N.J. 
Wilson, N.C. 
Williamstown, N.J. 
Pen Argyl, Pa. 
Orrville, Ohio 
Falmouth, Va. 
Cleveland, Ohio 
Cornwell Hgts., Pa. 
Bethesda, Md. 
Woodbridge, Va. 
Barberton, Ohio 
Youngstown, Ohio 
Reading, Pa. 
Pottstown, Pa. 
Springfield, Va. 
Bridgeport, W. Va. 
Central Islip, N.Y. 
Old Forge, Pa. 
Baltimore, Md. 
Pleasantville, N.J. 
Richmond, Va. 
WilkesBarre, Pa. 
Wausau, Wise. 



Code of Officials Signals 





Illegal Shtft 



Slart the Clock 



First Down 




Touchdown or 




Helping the Runner, 
or Interlocked 







Grasping 




Ball Dead, If Hand 
is Moved from Side 




Discretionary or Excess 
Time Out followed with 



^<^ 




Ball Ready for Play 



Face Mask Delay of Game Roughing the Kicker to Side Touchback tapping hands on chest 



Illegal Motion 



Personal Foul 




\j^. 



Illegally Passing 

or Handling Ball 

Forward 




Incomplete Forward Pass, 

Penalty Declined, 

No Play, or No Score 



Touching a Forward 
Pass or Scrimmage Kick 



Safety 



Ineligible Receiver 
Down Field on Pass 



Ball Illegally Touched, 
Kicked, or Baited 



Player Disqualified 



Illegal use of 
Hands and Arms 




Substitution 
Infractions 






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'i 



Clipping 




Illegal Procedure 
or Position 



Blocking Below 
the Waist 



Offside (Infraction 

of scrimmage or 

free kick formation) 



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1977 IN REVIEW 

Maryland 21 Clemson 14 

Sept. 10 — Larry Dick came off the bench to throw 
two second half touchdown passes as Mark Manges left 
the game with an injured foot. Maryland drove 66 yards 
in 14 plays for 7-0 lead but Clemson tied score 7-7 when 
Rex Varn returned interception 93 yards on final play 
of first half. Clemson drove 38 yards in eight plays for 
14-7 lead. Dick, took Terps 57 yards in nine plays 
hitting White with 25 yard scoring pass to tie score 
in third quarter, and then covered 62 yards in three plays 
in fourth with 18 yard pass to Vince Kinney and 43 
yard scoring toss to Jim Hagan with 4:55 left in game. 
Vince Kinney caught six passes and Dick hit five of seven 
for 118 yards while Steve Atkins ran for 88. 

Maryland 7 7 7 — 21 

Clemson 7 7 — 14 

Md. — Atkins 3 run (Loncar Kick) 

CI. — Varn 93 Int. return (Russell Kick) 

Cl. — Brown 1 run, (Russell Kick) 

Md. — White 25 pass from Dick (Loncar Kick) 

Md. — Hagan 43 pass from Dick (Loncar Kick) 

Maryland Clemson 

Firsh Downs 22 13 

Rushing Yards 51-165 47-150 

Passing Yards 201 118 

Total Offense 366 268 

Passes 24-12-1 21-10-0 

Punts 9-44.3 9-37.8 

Fumbles 2-0 2-1 

Penalties 8-52 4-20 





West Virginia 24 Maryland 16 

Sept. 17 — West Virginia recovered fumbled punt 
on 31 and scored in seven plays and then used 54 yard 
run for 14-0 first quarter lead, followed second quarter 
interception with 54 yard pass and added field goal for 
24-0 half lead. Maryland scored on first two jx>ssessions 
of third quarter then got to West Virginia eight, 13, and 
two without scoring and game ended with Terps on the 
20. Vince Kinney caught seven passes for 121 yards, 
Larry Dick hit 18 of 24 passes for 235 yards and Steve 
Alkins ran for 87. Kinney returned kick .56 yards follow- 
ing safety to the five. Mark Manges did not play with 
injured foot. Brad Carr had 22 tackles and Ted Klaube 
21 as West Va. had only 77 yards in second half. 

West Virginia 14 10 — 24 

Maryland 14 2 — 16 

W.Va. — Riley 2 run (McKenzie Kick) 

VN'.Va. — Riley 54 run (McKenzie Kick) 

W.Va. — Thomas 54 pass from Kendra 

(McKenzie Kick) 

W.Va. — McKenzie 49 FG 

Md. — Atkins 4 run (Pass failed) 

Md. — Richards 5 run (Kinney pass from Dick) 

Md. — Safety 

West Virginia Maryland 

First Downs 19 23 

Rushing Yards 51-198 42-135 

Passing Yards 160 235 

Total Offense 358 370 

Pa.s.ses 18-11-1 25-18-2 

Punts 3-36.6 2-39.0 

Fumbles 2-2 614 

Penalties 7-58 7-67 



42 



Penn State 27 Maryland ft 

Sept. 24 — Perm State takes 3-0 lead on first i)<>sscssi<>n 
ol (!;•""*■ ''■'> Doiij; Harl)ert fractures collarhoiie on 48 
yard pass to the six. Terps lield and tlien tied score 
OM final play of half after drivinj; 72 yards to the one. 
Vince Kinney left in first lialf with ankle injury after 
three eatchi'^. I'etni Stale l(M>k lead on FiH yard |)a.ss as 
Jonathan C/laihorne pulled a hanislnnj;. Larry Dick took 
Tcr|>s 7() yards ui .si,\ plays in fourth quarter hitting 
Dean Richards witli 47 yard pa.ss for .score. Richards 
caujjlu nine |)a.sscs in j^ainc for Maryland record 160 
yard.s. Six of his catches came in fourth cpiarter witli 
five |>ickinj; u|> first downs. Brad C.arr led the defense 
with Ifi tackles and cau.sed a fumble. In first half two 
teams comhined had CO yards on 42 carries, 27 for Penn 
State and 33 for Maryland. 

Maryland 3 C— 9 

IVuu Slate 3 10 14—27 

PS — Bahr 21 FG 

Md. — Loncar 18 FG 

PS — Cefalo 58 pass from Fusina (Bahr Kick) 

PS — Bahr 37 FG 

PS — Guman 20 pass from Fusina (Bahr Kick) 

Md. — Richards 47 pass from Dick (Pass failed) 

PS — Cefalo 7 pass from Capozzoli (Bahr Kick) 

Maryland Penn State 

First Downs 18 20 

Rushing Yards 37-31 47-146 

Passing Yards 277 293 

Total Offense 308 439 

Passes 41-18-0 30-20-0 

Punts 10-40.7 8-38.4 

Fumbles 0-0 1-0 

Penalties 2-8 2-16 









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North Carolina State 24 Maryland 20 

Oct. 1 — Terp>s lost first .'Vtlantic Coast Conference 
game since 1973 when they lost to N.C. State 24-22 also 
in Raleigh. State wo nthe game with a 69 yard drive 
scoring with 27 second left in the game. State picked up 
24 of the last 26 yards <m a late hit call and a pass inter- 
ference call on Lloyd Burruss' interception at tlie two. 
Vmce Kinney then returned the kickoff for a touchdown 
but it was called back on a forward pass call on an 
attempted lateral. .Alvin Maddox rushed for 113 yards 
and a pair of touchdowns while Ted Brown picked up 
110 yards and also a pair of scores. Ted Klaube chipj>ed 
in with 21 tackles and Brad Carr with 17 as Klaube 
caused a fumble and Carr knocked lrx>se a pair. Terps 
led 7-0 in first quarter and 10-7 at the half and t(X)k 
lead with 6:40 left in game, 20-17, on Alvin Maddox 
score. 

Maryland 7 3 3 7 — 20 

N.C. State 7 3 14 — 24 

Md. — Maddox 2 run (Loncar Kick) 
NCS — Brown 29 run (SherriU Kick) 
Md. — Loncar 26 FG 
Md. — Loncar 38 FG 
NCS — Sherrill 29 FG 
NCS — Brown 2 run (Sherrill Kick) 
Md. — Maddox 1 run (Loncar Kick) 
NCS — Evans 2 run (Sherrill Kick) 

Maryland N.C. State 

First Downs 20 19 

Rushing Yards 55-225 50-216 

Passing Yards 152 112 

Total Offense 377 328 

P.^sses 26-9-1 19-9-0 

Punts 8-42.2 7-43.1 

Fumbles 3-1 4-3 

Penalties 8-77 4-20 



43 



Maryland 24 Syracuse 10 

Oct. 8 — Teqjs won game but lost quarterback Mark 
Manges for remainder of season. On a third and one 
Manges hit Vince Kinney witli 18 yard pass but hit his 
hand on a Syracuse helmet and suffered a fracture. 
Terps led 7-0 with five minutes gone in the second 
quarter at the time. Larry Dick came on to complete six 
of 12 passes for 132 yards and Steve Atkins ran for 92 
as Terps scored 17 points in second half and led 24-3. 
Eric Sievers and Vince Kinney each caught three passes. 
Brad Carr led the defense with 20 tackles while recording 
a sack and a fumble recovery. Ted Klaube also chipped 
in 19 tackles with a sack. Syracuse had 36 yards rushing 
in second half on 20 carries and had only three first 
downs in first half. 

Syracuse 3 7—10 

Maryland 7 7 10 — 24 

Md. — Dudish 1 run (Loncar Kick) 

Syr. — Jacobs 20 FG 

Md. — Richards 5 run (Loncar Kick) 

Md. — Loncar 28 FG 

Md. — Atkins 4 run (Loncar Kick) 

Syr. — Avery 3 run (Jacobs Kick) 

Syracuse Maryland 

First Downs 17 20 

Rushing Yards 48-125 50-187 

Passing Yards 88 186 

Total Offense 213 373 

Passes 17-7-0 21-10-0 

Punts 8-37.3 5-37.4 

Fumbles 1-1 0-0 

Penalties 5-55 9-50 









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Maryland 35 Wake Forest 7 

Oct. 15 — Terp>s scored three times in second quarter 
for 21-0 lead and Steve Atkins picked up 125 of his 
142 yards rushing in first half. Maryland had five inter- 
ceptions in game as Wake Forest threw 31 passes with 
eight completions. Chuck White caught three passes with 
one a 17 yard touchdown. Ted Klaube led the defense 
with 15 tackles and caused a fumble. Tim O'Hare 
quarterbacked the final scoring drive using up five and 
a half minutes with George Scott scoring. Steve Atkins 
scored twice in tlie second quarter on runs of two and 
20 yards. Lloyd Burruss, Neal Olkewicz and John Stan- 
ford had first half interceptions with Olkewicz picking 
off one at the Maryland four after Wake Forest had 
driven to the five. 

Maryland 21 7 7 — 35 

Wake Forest 7 0— 7 

Md. — Atkins 2 run (Loncar Kick) 
Md. — Atkins 20 run (Kick failed) 
Md. — White 17 pass from Dick 

(Burgess pass from Dick) 
WF — Smith 3 pass from McGlamry 

(Harnisch Kick) 
Md. — Dudish 1 run (Loncar Kick) 
Md. — - Scott 3 run (Loncar Kick) 

Maryland Wake Forest 

First Downs 17 17 

Rushing Yards 62-254 44-147 

Passing Yards 114 104 

Total Offense 368 251 

Passes 13-8-2 31-8-5 

Punts 5-41.6 6-30.0 

Fumbles 1-0 2-1 

Penalties 10-96 4-57 



44 




Maryland 31 Duke 13 '^ ifT^K M^ ^^?fIK. Jlfllfi ^iJt i 

Oct. 22 — Larry Dick hit oti 12 of 16 |)a.s.sc,s for 249 Z^^^^'^l^ '^P'tX.'^ TUO^ / ^^^|A' ' 

yards atul Steve Atkins ran for I Ui yards as Tcrps r()in|K'd p i^^^^'^A^ V< «5 ^k ^ ^^ M 

over llie Blue Devils. Terps droNe r>2 yards to ein'lil on L- J0tmi ^^ < t • |f Jt^i^ ^ -^ - ^' 

fir.st |>o,sse,s.sioii hut sellled for field coal liuti followed • .* WHp /fe^Vj^'*^' - '^^^ 5 I 

with .'J(J yard drive for IoikIuIow ti. 'riuii drove (J7 yards j^l ^ f^jJf?V» 'JK.' n "'^ '^ ^'^^k^'f a\ I 

for .score with a ()1 yard i>a,s.s from Dick to 'riRht Knd V ^w/% ' fW^^M^-*!^ 'v^ lift* ' ^'^*r^ | 

Eric Sicvers to the four. Terps had hall five times in _ *Tt tA^* < wv' ^ ^^ J^, 

first half and .scored four times for 24-7 half lead. Dick ."j . ' '^ - . ' Iji K C^P r^ it 

then eiijiinccred 73 yard drive on first possession of tSo ^ } f t ^" •Ji^^ J^'. ft'«^ 

third i|uarter. Vince Kirwiey caught five passes. Dick J> Jli^^/^^^V \\ ^C*^\. * "^vjIa t^ 

com|)leled eight of II in first half f<)r 170 yards and Ifc ft<r X^i^ T^^m'^^^4i: ^ />*J tW K^( 

four in .second half for 79 more, (iuard Bruce Palmer f^"^^^ lit^^^Kwm^SEl ' -V, . jr^* «•■ 

led the defense with 21 tackles and a sack. "^ -Al^^B^^VT^^' .^'C^J^lSifli ^ ^ ' ^^ 

Duke 7 6—13 - |^B"Jl ^Ki^W&^^Vw'^^BB*.' ; / .<- 

Maryland , 10 14 7 — 31 I 5"^' ^Wb^V '^SHA "^ ' *' 

Md. — Loncar 25 FG 

Md. — .\tkins 1 run (Loncar Kick) 

Md. — Maddox 1 run (Loncar Kick) ^^^^^_^^^^^^^ _ . 

Du. — Sandefur 2 pass from Dunn (Wolcott Kick) I^^^^H.'^^B^V ^^ V' ' 

Md. — .\tkins 2 run (Loncar Kick) i^^^^B "^^ w ^ 

Md. — .Vtkias 2 run (Loncar Kick) ^^^mr^^ ■^^^■^i ?^^ 

Du. Dunn 6 run (Pass failed) ^^IHc:^.rl~ 

Duke Maryland 

First Downs 21 19 

Rushing Yards 46-212 53-155 North Carolina 16 Marylund 7 

Passing Yards 126 249 q^^ 29 _ Steve Atkins pulls hamstring on opening 

Total Offense 338 404 kickoff tries to play in first half then misses second half. 

Passes 25-15-0 16-12-1 Lloyd Burruss picks off pa.ss and returns it 63 yards to 

Punts 2-39.5 2-38.0 the Tar Heel 2 where Atkins then scores for 7-0 lead. 

Fumbles 3-2 0-0 Terps stopped on two in secxmd quarter after 57 yard 

p . . _ __ _ _. drive and a first down on the seven Scott stopped on 

^^"^"'" ^"'" '"''" fourth and goal from the two just inches short of td. 

^__ _.. _^^aa.^_#.^-%a— K^ K^=^^^^ Score 7-0 at half with UNC not completing a pass and 

^^* ^k^^n^ln^jiLjdJ^^^^SHJI^K^Bj^f^^H i 86 yards rushing on 26 carries. North Carolina tied 

» fiUF*©^ ^^TBB'^SmBIBPi ^^W^ ^N^» score in third quarter and then added a field goal in the 

— ^Al^^ LJiJ^^r'"!^ .Ti^ffV ' )V_" AkTn^ opening seconds of the fourth after recovering a fumble 

ft^K ^Bi^L«Hl^r/t ir^^B^ ^Nk/'X^^Jr P *"' ''^^ kickoff on Maryland 11. Interceptions set up two 

HjH^^^E^^^^fljHKU J ' ^L ^' > tT^^^d^ % more Tar Heel field goals. .Alvin Maddox twisted an 

^^ ^ t I wKt^^r \ \ ^^^« ankle and George Scott moved from fullback to tailback 

r . *»9^ T'vSr^it \ti^ flf^^ ^^.JSm ^""^ picked up 61 yards on 14 carries. Ted Klaube led 

^*" ?-"j .f; A ^*' M tgt^^ ''^IB^rSir ''^^ defense with 2.5 tackles including a sack, and Neal 

^.jJMTAv' .^Mli^tfiMifM* ^^""^ ^^f J^&I Olkewicz chipped in with 21 while Bruce Palmer had 

mj^^KL; \'- ■% «iB^9L.^J|[^H^^^^^^E )j :i\m^ Md. — Atkins 2 run (Loncar Kick) 

^^^^ r«nigg^^^"^^P*'^~^^ '''^l^lky^^^^Ba jk ^^ ~ Collins 36 pass from Kupec (Biddle Kick) 

^KoH '* ><^feli^[^^"'^^f M.!^ P North Carolina Maryland 

W^^B^ A <^ n^^fl^BHr^^^^^^J^ ^ I'irst Downs 13 10 

mf9 fW^'^^ *»- ^mV^m' ' ^ 1 Rushing Yards 64-188 43-118 

W#. ^ \ ?J^F - A Passing Yards 62 97 

,,J^» .W " ^p ^ Total Offen.se 250 215 

* -^ 1 \v Punts 9-38.1 7-40.0 

^JI0f ^ ^.^ ^^ Fumbles 3-1 2-1 

i^BK? 4^NiHlHHMl. Penalties 5-45 2-32 



45 



Maryland 19 Villanova 13 

Nov. 5 — George Scott made his first start at tailback, 
with Steve Atkins and Alvin Maddox both injured. All 
Scott did was score three touchdowns while setting 
Maryland records for most carries, 42, and yards gained 
rushing with 237. Larry Dick took Terps 80 yards on 
second possession of game as Scott scored on fourth and 
goal from the one. Terps then drove 90 yards on first 
series of second quarter with Scott again scoring from 
the one. Scott had 130 yards at half. Villanova tied score 
in third quarter but Terps drove 69 yards in fourth with 
Scott carrying on 10 of 11 plays for 62 yards and 
scoring on five yard run. Ed Loncar missed two extra 
points for Terps. Ed Gall starting at defensive tackle for 
the injured Ernie Salley led the defense with 17 tackles 
and caused a fumble. 

Villanova 3 10 0—13 

Maryland 7 6 6—19 

Md. — Scott I run (Loncar Kick) 

Md. — Scott 1 run (Kick failed) 

Vill. — Fernandez 28 FG 

Vill. — Chenet 2 run (Fernandez Kick) 

Vill. — Fernandez 33 FG 

Md. — Scott 5 run (Kick failed) 

Villanova Maryland 

First Downs 15 18 

Rushing Yards 60-287 64-292 

Passing Yards 32 66 

Total Offense 319 358 

Passes 8-2-0 11-7-1 

Punts 5-37.0 3-43.0 

Fumbles 3-1 5-3 

Penalties 5-69 6-60 





Maryland 27 Richmond 24 

Nov. 12 — George Scott followed his record game 
with another great effort, 171 yards rushing on 35 
carries and a pair of td's scored. Terps drove 66 yards 
on first possession of game, Scott from the one, added 
field goal on second, Scott from the five on third and 
Dean Richards threw a TD pass to Chuck White on 
fourth possession and Terp>s had 24-7 lead. However 
Terf>s fumbled a punt, setting up Richmond score, 
from the 33, had 58 yard kickoff return set up another 
Spider TD, and blocked punt was returned 35 yards 
making score 27-21 at half. Defense held Richmond to 
80 yards and a field goal in second half. Chuck White 
caught four passes and Mickey Dudish picked up 50 
yards on a screen pass. Ted Klaube contributed 25 
tackles including a sack and Neal Olkewicz had 20 
tackles. 

Maryland 10 17 — 27 

Richmond 7 14 3 — 24 

Md. — Scott 1 run (Sochko Kick) 

Rich. — Williams 33 pass from Taylor (Adams Kick) 

Md. — Sochko 33 FG 

Md. — Scott 5 run (Sochko Kick) 

Md. — White five pass from Richards 

(Sochko Kick) 
Rich. — Tweedy 30 pass from Taylor (Adams Kick) 
Md. — S(x;hko 41 FG 
Rich. — Braun 35 yards with blocked punt 

(Adams Kick) 
Rich.- Adams 26 FG 

Maryland Richmond 

First Downs 14 8 

Rushing Dov^^^s 58-244 46-103 

Passing Downs 105 83 

Total Offense 349 186 

Passes 10-6-1 11-5-2 

Punts 6-23.8 7-34.7 

Fumbles 2-1 1-0 

Penalties 5-36 8-71 



46 



Maryland 28 VirRinia (> 

N(»v. 19 — The Terps closed out the season witli a 
shutout of the \'irj;inia (lavalicrs in (lolleRC Park as 
()eorj;e Srott ran for I7.'5 yards on .31 carries. Don Dolter 
returned the o|K-run); kukoff ()7 yards to the 33 and 
Scott t(«>k over from there. .Stod |)i(ked up 22 yards 
on three plays and after l)u k lost two lie hit Scott «illi 
a 1.') yard |)a.ss for the .siore. The Terps drove 22 yards 
for their next .score aiul in the thiril ijuarter added a 
8G yard drive that included a [)air of Dick pa.sses to 
Richards for 21 yards aiitl one to Eric Sievers for 35. 
The final score came on a seven yard drive in two plays 
following; a Cavalier fuinhle. Midway in the third 
ipiarler the rer|>s had their 28-0 lead and Scott had 
1()() of his 17.3 yards as Coach ('lail)orne went to the 
hcncli. There were 21 seniors |)laying their la.st jjaine in 
Byrd Stadium and what would have been their last 
C'.ollejjiate game hut the Hall of Fame Classic represen- 
tatives toiuhed off a locker room celebration with their 
invitation to the Dec. 22 Bowl game. 

Virginia 0— 

Maryland 7 7 14 — 28 

Mtl. — Scott 13 pass from Dick (Sochko Kick) 

Md. — Richards 2 run (Sochko Kick) 

Md. — Dudish 1 run (Sochko Kick) 

Md. — Maddox 2 rim (Marchetto Kick) 

Virginia Maryland 

First Downs 8 18 

Rushing Downs 46-93 55-234 

Passing Yards 67 110 

Total Offen.se 160 344 

Passes 12-4-1 15-8-2 

Punts 7-38.1 6-40.8 

Fumbles 4-3 4-3 

Penalties 3-36 9-75 

III v^ii ^ 

\ — 




TERP AWARDS 
1977 

ACC PLAYER OF WEEK AWARDS 

-Sept. 10 Larry Dick — Offensive Back 
17 Vince Kinney — Ofensive Line 

Oct. 8 Brad Carr — Defensive Line 

15 Neal Olkewicz — Defensive Back 
22 Steve Atkins — Offensive Back 

Nov. 5 Ed Gall — Deensive Line 

12 Ted Klaube — Defensive Line 
19 Ted Klaube — Defensive Line 

ALL-ACC 

Ted Klaube — Defensive Lineman 

ALL-ACC ACADEMIC 

Defensive Back — Jonathan Claiborne 
Chris Ward 
Ralph Lary 

Defensive Line — Joe Muffler 

Kenny Watson 

ALL-AMERICAN 

Associated Press-Honorable Mention 

Ted Klaube 

NATIONAL FOOTBALL FOUNDATION 

Scholar- Athlete 

Jonathan Claiborne 

M CLUB-TALBOT T. SPEER 

Scholar-Athlete 

Jonathan Claiborne 

CHARLES P. McCOKMICK 
Contribution to Athletics 

Vince Kinney 

A. V. WILLIAMS 

Scholarship-Leadership 

Brad Carr 

J.\MES TATUM TROPHY 
Outstanding Lineman 

Ted Klaube 

NCAA SCHOLAR-ATHLETE AWAKD 

Jonthan Claiborne 

CoSIDA ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICAN 

Jonathan Claiborne 
Joe Muffler 

ACC JAMES M. TATUM MEMORIAL 

Jonathan Claiborne 

BALTIMORE QU.4RTERB.\CK CLUB 

"Man of Year" 

Jerry Claiborne 



47 



MARYLAND DEFENSE 1977 











NO 




CAUSED 


RECV 






POS 


TACKLES 


MINUS-PLAYS 


GAIN 


SACKS 


FUMBLES 


FUMBLES 


INTERCEPTIONS 


Klaube 


G 


186 


6-27 


9 


5 


3 







Can- 


LB 


138 


5- 16 


13 


3 


5 


3 




Olkewicz 


LB 


138 


4- 11 


2 


2 


2 


1 


1 


Palmer 


G 


122 


6-46 


4 


5 


2 


1 




Johnson 


T 


113 


13-39 


3 


2 





3 




GaU 


T 


86 


3- 6 


4 


1 


2 


1 




Garber 


E 


85 


7-45 


2 


5 


4 





1 


Douglas 


LB 


84 


1- 10 


4 


1 


1 





1 


Shaffer 


E 


64 


10-63 


3 


6 


1 


3 




Salley 


T 


47 


2- 7 


3 


1 










Burruss 


B 


47 


0- 














3 


Seder 


G 


45 


2- 14 





2 










Claiborne 


SF 


36 


0- 








1 


1 




Matera 


LB 


36 


1 - 1 


1 








1 




Stanford 


B 


33 


0- 














1 


Lary 


SF 


31 


0- 











1 


1 


Ward 


B 


30 


0- 


a 













Muffler 


E 


24 


2- 11 


1 


1 





1 


1 


Calta 


E 


23 


1 - 2 








1 







Peck 


LB 


18 


2-13 








1 







Watson 


T 


18 


0- 








1 







Van Horn 


G 


16 


1 - 1 
















Sturdivant 


T 


13 


0- 
















Sochko 


KS 


11 


0- 
















Baldante 


B 


10 


0- 











1 


1 


Harbert 


B 


8 


0- 
















Pelanda 


E 


7 


1 - 7 





1 










Ford 


B 


7 














Meile 


T 


4 














DeMattio 


T 


3 














CianciuUi 


G 


2 














Jawish 


LB 


2 















NOTES ON TERRAPIN DEFENSE (TACKLES IN SINGLE GAME) 

25 by Ted Klaube vs. UNC (included a sack, 2 minus plays and one for no gain) 

25 by Ted Klaube vs. Richmond (a sack, five for no gain and forced a interception with rush) 

22 by Brad Carr vs. West Virginia (included 3 for no gain) 

21 by Neal Olkewicz vs. UNC 

21 by Ted Klaube vs. West Virginia (caused a fumble and one for no gain) 

21 by Ted Klaube vs. N.C. State (1 for no gain and a caused fumble) 

21 by Bruce Palmer vs. Duke (a sack for seven yards) 

20 by Brad Carr vs. Syracuse (sack for eight, a fumble recovery and 2 for no gain) 

20 by Neal Olkewicz vs. Richmond 

19 by Ed Gall vs. UNC 

19 by Bruce Palmer vs. UNC (included a sack) 

19 by Ted Klaube vs. Syracuse (included a sack) 

17 by Brad Carr vs. N.C. State (caused 2 fumbles and one for no gain) 

17 by Ed Gall vs. Villanova (caused a fumble and one minus play) 

16 by Brad Carr vs. Penn State (caused a fumble, one for minus three, one for no gain) 

15 by Ted Klaube vs. Wake Forest (a caused fumble and one for no gain) 

15 by Charlie Johnson vs. Richmond (a sack, one for minus two and one for no gain) 



SCORING BY QUARTERS 

OPPONENT 
MARYLAND 

ATTENDANCE FOR SEASON 



FIRST S 


ECO 


31 




51 


48 




85 


1 1 Games Total 


427,175 




1 1 Games AVG 


38,834 




6 Games Home 


235,746 




6 Games AVG 


39,291 





THIRD 

37 
59 



FOURTH 


TOTAL POINTS 


53 


172 


45 


237 



48 



MARYLAND STATISTICS 1977 







RUSMINC, 










[■[ w 1 1< 


Al 1 


(.MS 


1 OSS 


SI 1 


A\(, 


U, 


ID 


Sccill 


ISH 


'Md 


■t ■> 


894 


4.8 


41 


6 


AlkiMs 


147 


624 


3? 


598 


4.1 


20 


9 


M;i(kl(ix 


83 


346 


tt 


324 


3,9 


23 


4 


Diulish 


4(1 


1-44 


'? 


143 


3.6 


1 1 


3 


Ricluirils 


!') 


()7 





67 


3.5 


10 


3 


Ko/ii)| 


6 


22 





->-> 


3.7 


13 




Miitigcs 


28 


73 


60 


1.^ 


0.5 


12 




Dixiin 


2 


12 





12 


6.0 


7 




Rodonhergcr 


T 


8 





8 


4.0 


4 




White 


3 


5 





5 


1.7 


3 




Duller 


5 


6 


-) 


4 


0.8 


3 




Dkk 


48 


77 


127 


•50 




8 




TOIALS 


571 


2305 


265 


2040 


3.6 


41 


25 


OPPONENT 


549 


2158 


293 


1865 


3.4 


54 


9 






PASSING 










PLAM K 


AFl 


COM!' 


i'( i 


INI 


■iDS 


I.e. 


ID 


Dick 


135 


83 


.615 


12 


1351 


61 


5 


Manccs 


76 


31 


.408 


■) 


420 


38 




O'Hjrc 


5 


T 


.400 





IS 


8 




Ridiauls 


1 


i 


1.000 





6 


6 


1 


Maddux 


1 





.000 


1 









TOTALS 


221 


117 


.529 


15 


1792 


61 


6 


OPPONENT 


203 


95 


.468 


10 


1245 


58 


9 



TOTAL OFFENSE 



PI.AVVK 


PLAYS 


YDS 


AVG 




TDK 


Dick 


185 


1301 


7.0 




5 


Scott 


188 


894 


4.8 




7 


Atkins 


147 


598 


4.1 




9 


Manges 


104 


433 


4.2 







TOTALS 


793 


3832 


4.8 




31 


OPPONENT 


752 


3110 
RECEIVING 


4.1 




18 


PLAYIR 


NO. 


YDS 


AVG 


LG 


TD 


Kmney 


32 


505 


15.8 


32 




Richards 


23 


370 


16.1 


47 


1 


While 


21 


325 


15.5 


38 


3 


Sievers 


16 


300 


18.8 


61 




Scott 


7 


48 


6.9 


13 


1 


Maddox 


5 


24 


4.8 


16 




Burgess 


4 


66 


16.5 


14 




Dudish 


3 


67 


22.3 


50 




Hagan 


3 


63 


21.0 


43 


1 


Dotter 


2 


15 


7.5 


8 




Atkins 


1 


9 


9.0 


9 




TOTALS 


117 


1792 


15.3 


61 


6 


OPPONENT 


95 


1245 


13.1 


58 


7 




PUNT RETURNS 






PI A\ VR 


NO. 


YDS 


AVG 


LC 


TD 


Richards 


32 


192 


6.0 


20 




Burruss 


7 


-IT 


3.1 


15 




Ward 


-) 


?0 


5.0 


10 




Claiborne 


1 


■I 








TOTALS 


42 


223 


5.3 


20 





OPPONENT 


}} 


230 

PLNTING 


7.0 


45 


1 


PLAYER NO 


YDS 


A\G LP 


YDSRtT NET AVG 


Sochlto 6 1 


:490 


40.8 54 


31183 




37.8 


Team 2 


(BIk) 










TOTALS 63 


2490 


39.5 54 


33-230 




35.9 


OPPONENT 71 


2655 


37.4 64 


42-223 




34.3 





KICKOFF RETURNS 






PI AVI l< 


NO. 


YDS 


AV(, 


1 (, 


ID 


Scull 


15 


205 


13.7 


31 




Dollci 


7 


187 


26.7 


67 




Atkins 


8 


140 


17.5 


32 




Kinney 


1 


56 


56.0 


56 




Dudish 


3 


29 


9.7 


14 




Maddox 


1 


7 


7.0 


7 




Sievers 


2 


6 


3.0 


4 




TOTALS 


37 


630 


17,0 


67 





OPPONENT 


39 


768 


20.0 


58 






TEAM STATISTICS 



49 









OPPONENTS 


MARYLAND 


FIRST DOWNS 




170 




199 


Rushing/Passing/Penalty 


88/63/19 




111/82/6 


PENALTIES/YARDS 




56/516 




73/622 


FUMBLES/LOST 




26/15 




25/13 


AVG PER GAME/RUSHING 


169.5 




185.5 


PASSING 




113.2 




162.9 


TOTAL OFFENSE 




282.7 




348.4 


TOUCHDOWNS 




20 




31 


Rushing 






9 




25 


Passing 






9 




6 


Interccf 


lion Return 




1 







Return 


il Blocked Punt 


I 







SAFETY 











I 


FIELD GOALS/ ATT/MADE 


15/11 




11/7 


Had Blocked 




1 




2 


PAT/KICK 






19/19 




27/24 


PASS 






1/0 




4/2 


TOTAL POINTS 




172 




237 


AVG PTS PER GAME 




15.6 




21.5 






RESULTS 






MD 21 


Clemson 




14 


(Al 


44,650 


16 


West Virgir 


ia 


24 


(H) 


45,123 


9 


Penn State 




27 


(A) 


62,079 


20 


North Caro 


lina State 24 


(A) 


42.800 


24 


Syracuse 




10 


(H) 


39,100 


35 


Wake Forest 


7 


(A) 


24,900 


31 


Duke 




13 


(H) 


44,867 


7 


North Caro 


lina 


16 


CH) 


42,683 


19 


Villanova 




13 


(H) 


30,186 


27 


Richmond 




24 


(A) 


17,000 


28 


Virginia 







(H) 


33,787 






SCORING 






PLA-ltR 


PTS 


HOW POINTS WERE 


SCORED 


Atkins 


54 


1-2-2 


2-2-344-20 runs 




Scott 


42 


1-1-1-3-5-5 runs, 13 Pass fr 


om Dick 


Loncar 


32 


17/20 PAT -5/9 Field Goals 


Maddox 


24 


1-1-2 


2 runs 






Richards 


24 


2-5-5 


runs - 47 pass 


from D 


ick 


White 


18 


17-23 


pass from Die 


k-6 pass from Richards 


Dudish 


18 


1-1-1 


runs 






Sochko 


12 


6/6 PAT - 2/2 Field Goals 




Hagan 


6 


43 pass from Dick 






Kinney 


T 


conv. 


pass from Dick 




Burgess 


-> 


conv. 


pass from Dick 




Marchetto 


1 


1/1 PAT 






TEAM 


2 


Safer 


^ vs. West Virginia 






INTERCEPTIONS 






PLAYER 




NO. 


YDS 


LG 


TD 


Burruss 




3 


94 


63 




Lary 






30 


30 




Douglas 






16 


16 




Garber 






3 


3 




Stanford 






-> 


T 




OIkewicz 














Baldanle 














Muiner 














TOTALS 




To 


145 


63 


~0 


OPPONEN' 


rs 


15 


239 


93 


1 



#977 HAU OF FAMM CLASSIC 



MINNESOTA 


7 


0—7 


INDIVIDUAL 


RUSHING - 


- MARYLAND 




MARYLAND 


3 14 


— 17 




ATT 




YDS 


AVG 


LG 








Scott 


24 




75 


3.1 


19 


SCORING: Minn. — 


Barber, 1 run i 


(Rogind kick) 


Maddox 


2 




17 


8.5 


13 


Md. — 


Sochko 32 FG 

Scott 2 run (Sochko kick) 

Scott 1 run (Sochko kick) 


Manges 
Dudish 
Burgess 
Rhodes 


6 
2 

1 





15 
6 
4 
3 


2.5 
3.0 
4.0 


12 
4 
4 
3 


ATTENDANCE: 47,000 




Dick 


6 









11 


TOTAL FIRST DOWNS 
TOTAL NET YARDS 
OFFENSIVE PLAYS 


MINNESOTA 

17 

268 
81 


MARYLAND 

15 

331 

64 


PASSING 

Dick 
Manges 


ATT COMP 

20 12 

3 


YDS 

211 




TD 




LG 

57 




NET YARDS PASSING 


155 


211 














NET YARDS RUSHING 


113 


120 














ATT/COMP/INT 


26/13/0 


23/12/1 


RECEIVING 


NO 




YDS 


LG 




PUNTS/AVG 


9/27.7 


5/36.8 


White 


8 




126 


37 




FUMBLES/LOST 


3/2 


3/2 


Scott 


2 




16 


12 




PENALTIES/YARDS 


6/54 


12/80 


Sievers 


1 




57 


57 




TOTAL RETURN YARDS 7/70 


5/52 


Dudish 


1 




12 


12 





NOTES 



Charles Johnson & Doug Harbert recovered Minn, 
fumbles. 

Lloyd Bgrruss bfocked FG attempt. 

Charles Johnson credited with causing three fum- 
bles & Brian Matera one. 



Charles Johnson credited with 16 tackles and four 
quarterback sacks. 

Bob Phillip, Defensive Player Award — Charles 
Johnson 



Zipp Newman Offensive 
White 



Player Award — Chuck 




50 



/977 COTTON BOWL STATISTICS 



MARYLAND 7 7 7—21 

HOUSTON 21 6 3—30 

SCORING: Md — Manges, 6 run (Loncar kick) 
Sievers, 11 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) 
Coplin 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 






IQQQ^QQQQQQQQQ^CQP2!3QE 



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 




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



COTTON BOWL RECORD 

52 yard kickoff return by Ken Roy 



SQQQQQE 



SQOQQ 



Sievers First Collegiate TD 



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



51 



/975 CATOR 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 


1 — MARYLAND 










ATT CO MP 


YDS 


TD 


LG 


Dick 


13 5 


67 


1 


22 


Manges 


3 2 


15 





8 



PASS RECEIVING — ^ 


/lARYLA 


ND 






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 



52 



9974 UBMRTY BOWL STATISTICS: 



MARYLAND 


3 








—3 


TENNESSEE 








7 


—7 


SCORING: Md. 


FG Mike-Mayer 


28 yards 




Tenn 


: Seivers 11 pass from 
(Townsend Kick) 


Wallace 



MARYLAND TENNESSEE 



TOTAL FIRST DOWNS 

TOTAL NET YARDS 

OFFENSIVE PLAYS 
Avg Gain Per Play 

NET YARDS RUSHING 
Rushing Plays 
Avg Gain Per Rush 

NET YARDS PASSING 

ATTEMPTS/ 

COMPLETIONS/ 
HAD INTERCEPTED 

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



16 


15 


266 


238 


66 


70 


4.0 


3.4 


108 


173 


42 
2.6 


53 
3.3 


158 


65 


24/15 
2 


16/7 



6.6 


4.0 


6/41.0 


7/39.1 


3/3 


4/2 


4/63 


8/69 


114 


76 



INDIVIDUAL RUSHING— MARYLAND 








ATT 




YDS 


AVG 


LG 


Carter 




22 




65 


3.0 


16 


Bloomingd. 


ale 


8 




36 


4.5 


10 


Schultz 




3 




29 


9.6 


16 


W. White 




1 




8 


8.0 


8 


Roy 




1 




6 


6.0 


6 


Brancato 




1 




3 


3.0 


3 


Avellini 




5 




-25 


-5.0 


3 


Team 




1 




-14 








PASSING- 


—MARYLAND 






ATT 


COMP 


YDS TD 


LG 


Avellini 


22 




15 


158 


28 


Carter 


2 















PASS RECEIVING- 


—MARYLAND 










NO 




YDS 


LG 


Carter 






6 




49 


17 


W. White 






5 




68 


28 


DeCarlo 






1 




15 


15 


Bloomingd; 


3le 




1 




12 


12 


Russell 






1 




11 


11 


Roy 






1 




3 


3 




Russell v^ith Carter Pass 
53 



t973 PEACH BOWL STATISTICS: 



MARYLAND 
GEORGIA 

SCORING: Ga. 

Md. 

Md. 
Ga. 
Ga. 

Md. 
Md. 



10 
10 



6 — 16 
0—17 



Poulos 62 pass from Johnson 

(Leavitt Kick) 
Walter White 68 pass from Carter 

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

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



TOTAL FIRST DOWNS 
TOTAL NET YARDS 
OFFENSIVE PLAYS 

Avg. Gain Per Play 
NET YARDS RUSHING 

Rushing Plays 

Avg. Gain Per Rush 
NET YARDS PASSING 
ATTEMPTS/COMPLETIONS 

HAD INTERCEPTED 

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



MARYLAND 

15 
461 

70 

6.7 
219 

52 

4.2 

242 

18/8 

1 

14.2 

6/31.8 

4/3 

5/63 

78 



GEORGIA 

11 
284 

72 
3.9 
170 

56 

3.0 

114 

16/5 

1 

7.1 

8/41.3 

2/2 

1/5 

135 



INDIVIDUAL RUSHING MARYLAND 





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 & 15 by Maryland 

FEWEST YARDS PENALIZED: 5 by Georgia vs Maryland 1973 

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




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

54 



MARYLAND ALL ■ AMERICANS 



HONORABLE MENTION ALL-AMERICANS (AP & UP) 



i9;n 


Jess Krajcovic — V, 


1954 


Dick Biclski — FB 




1934 


Norwood Sothoroii — FB 
Vu Willis — E 




Ronnie Waller — HB 
Jat k Itowersox — V, 






Bill (UukcysoM — HB 




John Ir\ inc — C 


1965 


1 


K(l Minion — T 




Bill Walker — E 


1969 


' 1935 


Bill GucLcyson — HB 
Vic Willis — E 




Bob Pellegrini — G 
George Palahunik — G 


1970 


1936 


Bill Gucktyson — HB 


1955 


Mike Sandusky — T 
Jack Davis — (; 


1972 


1937 


Jim Meade — HB 




Frank Tamburello — (JB 




; 1940 


Bol) Smith — C 




Ed Heuring — T 


1973 


1 


Ralpli Albarano — T 


1956 


Mike Sandusky — T 




1942 


Tommy Mont — QB 




Jack Davis — G 






Paul Kliik — C 




Gene Alderton — C 


1974 


1947 


Lou (bambino — HB 
Gene Kinney — C 


1957 


Rod Breedlove — G 
Fxl Gooke — E 




1948 


Ray K rouse — T 




Gene Alderton — C 






Elmer Winnate — E 


1958 


Rod Breedlove — G 




1 1950 


Ed Modielewski — FB 




Fred Gole — T 




j 1951 


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


1959 


Rod Breedlove — G 
Jim Joyce — FB 
Gar>' Collins — E 
Tom (iunderman — G 


1975 


1952 


Stan Jones — T 




Kurt Schwartz — T 


1976 


1953 


Chet Hanulak — HB 
Ralph Felton — FB 


1960 


Gary Collins — E 
Dale Betty — QB 






Bill Walker — E 
John Irvine — C 


1961 


Bob Hacker — C 














Bob Morgan — T 


1962 


Dick Shiner — QB 





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

Ralph Sonntag — OT 

Guy Roberts — DE 

Paul Vcllano — DC 
Bob Smith — DB 

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

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

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

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



1977 



Ted Klaube 



w; 



FOOTBALL WRITERS ASSOCIATION 

First Team 
1961 Gary Collins — E 
1974 Randy White — DT 
1976 Joe Campbell — DT 



AMERICAN FOOTBALL COACHES ASSOCIATION 

First Team 

Gary Collins — E 



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 Modzele«-ski — 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 UP!) 

First Team 

1951 Bob Ward — G 

1952 Jack Scarbath — QB 
Dick Modzelewski — T 

1953 Stan Jones — T 
Bernie Faloney — QB 
Bob Pellegrini — C 



1955 

1953 
1955 



Second Team 

Chet Hanulak — HB 

Ed \'ereb — 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 



1961 
1973 
1974 
1976 



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



UNITED PRESS 





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 


Randv White — DT 
Steve Mike-Mayer — KS 



55 



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



1953 _ FIRST TEAM 

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

— SECOND TEAM 

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

— THIRD TEAM 

John Irvine — Center 
Marty Crytzer — End 

— PLAYER OF YEAR 

Bernie Faloney — Back 

— COACH OF YEAR 

Jim Tatum 

1954 — FIRST TEAM 

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

— SECOND TEAM 

Bob Pellegrini — Guard 
John Irvine — Center 

— THIRD TEAM 

Jack Bo^^■er90x — 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 

1973 — DEFENSIVE TEAM 

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

— OFFENSIVE TEAM 

Louis Carter — Tailback 

— COACH OF YEAR 

Jerry Claiborne 

1974 — DEFENSIVE TEAM 

Bob Smith — Safety 

Harry Walters — Linebacker 

Randy White — Tackle 

— OFFENSIVE TEAM 

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

— PLAYER OF YEAR 

Randy White — Def. Tackle 

1975 — DEFENSIVE TEAM 

LeRoy Hughes — End 
Jim Brechbiel — Back 
Kevin Benson — Linebacker 
Joe Campbell — Tackle 
Paul Divito — Guard 

— OFFENSIVE TEAM 

Marion Koprowski — Tackle 

— SPECIALIST 

Mike Sochko — Kicker 

— COACH OF YEAR 

Jerry Claiborne 

1976— DEFENSIVE TEAM 

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

— OFFENSIVE TEAM 

Mark Manges — Quarterback 
Ed Fulton — Guard 
Tom Schick — Tackle 

— COACH OF YEAR 

Jerry Claiborne 
1977 — DEFENSIVE TEAM 

Ted K.ldiil>e — ( .uarti 



56 



THE TERP AWARDS 



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



1950 Al Wl.arlon — Ta.klc liKi:! 

1957 Wilbur Main — Center 19(i-l 

1958 Ted Kcrslincr— Back I9f)5 

1959 Joe C;ardi— Tackle 19(i(i 

1960 Leroy Dietrich — Center I9C7 

1961 Dick Harlunil — End 1968 

1962 Miirnis Banner — Halfback 1969 



Cc.irne Stem — Ilalfljaik 1970 

jolm Kenny — Knd 1971 

Charles Krahlin^ — Clentcr 1972 

Bi)l)by Collins — Back 1973 

Pat Baker -Back 1974 

Rick C:arlson — End 1975 

Poul E. Fitzpatrick — Back 1976 

1977 



Robert J. MarBride — Tackle 
Jeff Shimars — Quarterback 
Ron Kecman — Center 
Ken Scott — Tackle 
Frank Russell — End 
Jim Ridley — Tackle 
Bob Raba — End 
Don Rhodes — Center 



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 Nardo — End 


1969 


1964 


Da\e Nardo — End 




1905 


Bruce Springer — Back 


1970 


1966 


Larry Bayranoff — Tackle 


1971 


1967 


Chuck Tine — Tackle 


1972 



Ralph Friedgcn — Guard 1973 

William f;rant — End 1974 

Ralph H. Friedgen — f^uard 1975 

Patrick M. Burke — Guard 1970 

Steve Fromang — Tackle 1977 
Steve Fromang — Tackle 



James Martell — End 
Kim Hoover — End 
Kim Hoover — End 
Jonathan Claiborne — Safety 
Jonaliian (Jaiboriie — 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 1960 
19.54 Bob Pellegrini- Guard 1961 
1955 Mike Sanduskv — Tackle 1962 



Don Healy — Tackle 1964 

Fred Cole — Tackle 1965 

Tom CJunderman — Guard 1966 

(iary 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 
1977 Ted Kiaube — Guard 



1975 



John Schultz — Wingback 

Jim Tatum Memorial Trophy to the outstanding tackle. 



1976 



Tim Wilson — Fullback 



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 


1977 


Ted Kiaube 



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 .\lderton — 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 .\bsher — End 

1967 Lou Stickel — Back 

57 



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 

1977 Brad Carr — Linebacker 



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 Modzelewskl — 1951 

56 John Schultz — 1974 

55 Darryl Hill — 1963 

55 Kambiz Behbahani — 1971 

54 Steve Atkins — 1977 

54 Bernie Faloney — 1953 

54 Dick Bielski — 1954 

53 Ralph Felton — 1953 



TOUCHDOWNS 

16 Lu Gambino — 1947 

16 Bob Shemonski — 1950 

16 Ed Vereb — 1955 

14 Louis Carter — 1973 

11 Ed Modzelcwski — 1951 

9 Steve Atkins — 1977 

9 Bernie Faloney — 1954 

9 John Schultz — 1974 

8 Dan Bungori — 1971 

8 Jinmiy Joyce — 1959 

8 Darryl Hill — 1963 

8 Billy Lovett — 1968 



TOUCHDOWN RECEPTIONS 

8 Dan Bungori — 1971 

7 Billy Van Heusen — 1966 

7 Darryl Hill — 1963 

6 Dan Ratliff — 1972 

5 Walter White — 1973 

5 Kim Hoover — 1975 



INTERCEPTIONS 

10 Bob Sullivan — J065 

8 Tom Brown — 1961 

7 liob Smith — 1972 

6 Larry Marshall — 1971 

6 Tom Brown — 1962 

6 Bernie Faloney — 1953 

6 Joe Horning — 1951 



RUSHING PLAYS 

224 Louis Carter — 1974 

221 Art Seymore— 1970 

218 Louis Carter— 1973 

217 Billy Lovett — 1968 

188 (;eorge Scott — 1977 

182 B« Hickey — 1964 

169 Tommy Miller — 1969 

156 Lcn Chiaverini — 1962 

147 Steve Atkins— 1977 

141 Alvin Maddox — 1976 



TOTAL OFFENSE 

1689 Bob Avellini — 1974 

1593 Mark Manges — 1976 

1426 Dick Shiner — 1962 

1395 Alan Pastrana — 1966 

1386 Jack Scarbath — 1952 

1301 Larrv Dick — 1977 

1265 Al Neville — 1971 

1257 Bob Avellini — 1972 

1186 Dick Shiner — 1963 

1156 Larry Dick — 1975 



YARDS PASSING 



1648 


Bob Avellini - 


- 1974 


1499 


Alan Pastrana 


— 1966 


1351 


Larry Dick — 


1977 


1324 


Dick Shiner — 


- 1962 


1275 


Al Neville — 


1971 


1251 


Bob Avellini - 


- 1972 


1190 


Larry Dick — 


1975 


1165 


Dick Shiner — 


- 1963 


1149 


Jack Scarbath 


— 1952 


1145 


Mark Manges 


— 1976 


1076 


Tommy Mont 


— 1942 


1053 


Alan Pastrana 


— 1968 




I 

f 



LOUIS CARTER 



i) 



MOST PASS COMPLETIONS 

121 Dick Shiner — 1962 

112 Bob Avellini — 1974 

108 Dick Shiner — 1963 

107 Al Neville— 1971 

102 Al Pastrana — 1966 

98 Bob Avellini — 1972 

90 Larry Dick — 1975 

83 Larrv Dick — 1977 

82 Dale Bettv — 1960 

81 Al Pastrana — 1968 

81 Mark Manges — 1976 



MOST YARDS 
PASS RECEPTIONS 

593 Lloyd Coltervahn — 1952 

557 Tom Brown — 1962 

536 Billy Van Heusen — 1966 

532 Kim H(x.vcr — 1975 

516 Darrvl Hill — 1963 

515 Don Ratliff- 1972 

505 Vince Kinney — 1977 

499 Roland Mcrritt — 1969 

490 Dan Bungori — 1971 

472 Frank Russell — 1972 

468 Frank Russell — 1973 

462 Bobby Collins — 1965 



MOST PASS RECEPTIONS 

47 Tom Brown — 1962 

43 Darrvl Hill — 1963 

39 Frank Russell — 1973 

38 Kim Hoover — 1975 

36 Don Radiff — 1972 

32 Vince Kinnev — 1977 

32 Dan Bungori — 1971 

32 Dennis O'Hara — 1971 

32 Lloyd Colteryahn — 1952 

31 Frank Russell — 1974 

30 Frank Russell — 1972 

30 Gar\ Collins — 1960 

30 Gary Collins — 1961 

27 Walter White — 1973 

27 Walter White — 1974 



MOST TOUCHDOWN PASSES 

17 Alan Pastrana — 1966 

12 Tommv Mont 1942 

11 Mark Manges — 1976 

10 Al Neville— 1971 

10 Dick Shiner — 1963 

10 Vic Turyn — 1948 

8 Jack Scarbath — 1951 

8 Larry Dick — 1975 



YARDS RUSHING 

991 Louis Carter — 1974 

963 Billy Lovett — 1968 

945 Art Seymore — 1970 

904 Lu Gambino — 1947 

894 Bo Hickey — 1964 

894 George Scott — 1977 

834 Ed Modzelewski — 1951 

801 Louis Carter — 1973 

753 Chet Hanulak — 1953 

678 Alvin Maddox — 1976 

642 Ed Vereb — 1955 

629 Tom Miller — 1969 

625 Ed Modzelewski — 1949 

621 Steve Atkins— 1976 

610 Tim Wilson — 1976 

602 Len Chiaverini — 1962 



TACKLES 

186 Ted Klaube — 1977 

173 Harrv Walters — 1974 

157 Brad Carr — 1976 

147 Randy White — 1974 



SACKS 



12 


Randy White — 1974 


8 


Ernie Salley — 1975 


7 


Joe Campbell — 1975 


6 


Paul Divito — 1974 


6 


Paul Divito — 1975 


6 


LeRov Hughes — 1975 


6 


Joe Camiibell — 1976 


6 


Chip Garber — 1976 


6 


Jim Shaffer — 1977 


TACKLES IN BACKFIELD 


24 


Randv White — 1974 


14 


Chip (iarber — 1976 


13 


('harles |ohnson — 1977 


13 


Ernie Sa'llev — 1975 


12 


loe Campbell — 1975 


12 


Paul Divito — 1975 



58 



MARYLAND COACHES 
DOWN THE YEARS 



MARYLAND AGGIES 



UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 



Year 



1916 
1917 
1918 
1919 



Head Coach 








WLT 


192(?l 




















1921 




•\V. \V. Skinner 











3 





1922 




•S. II. IlanlniK 








6 








1923 




*J. (;. Bannon 








■J 


3 





1924 




No Team 














1925 




•Circnvillr Lewis 








6 


2 


2 


192f) 




•John Lillibridge 








2 


4 





1927 >H. C.Byrd 


•J. F. Kenlv 








2 


b 





1928 




•S.M.Cooke 








1 


4 





1929 




•F. H. Peters 








■J 


4 


1 


1930 




•E. B. Dunbar 








1 


7 
5 





1931 
1932 




D. John Marker 








7 
2 


4 

4 



2 


1933 
1934^ 












fi 


i\ 





1935 


Fred Nielsen 








5 


3 





193fi Jack Fabcr 
1937 > 


C.C. CJiurdi&C.W. 


Mel 


ick 


3 


6 





1938 Frank M. Dobson 


Bill Lang 








3 


8 





I939J 


Barney Cooper & E 

R. .\lston 

C. F.Donnelly &H 


P. 
.C 


Larkii 
Byrd 


2 
4 
4 


5 
3 
4 




1 

2 


1940\ Jack Faber, Al Heai{y 
194 IJ .\1 Woods 










6 


1 


1 


1942 Clark Shaughncssy 


H. C.Byrd 








6 3 

5 3 






1944 ' Clarence Spears 










6 


3 





1945 Paul "Bear" Bryant 
194fi Clark Shaughncssy 
















1947-?! 


















1948 




MARYLAND 


STATE 








1949 -b 

1950 

I951-C 


















yjim Tatum 










6 


2 





1952 












4 


3 


1 


1953-d 




H. C.Byrd 








4 


1 
4 


1 




1954 
1955 -e 




















y 





2 

5 
5 
2 
3 
5 
4 
7 

6 3 1 

4 4 2 

7 5 

8 1 1 

5 6 
3 7 
7 3 



7 2 2 

6 5 

8 2 
270 
2 7 

2 6 1 

3 5 1 

7 2 

4 5 
1 7 1 



6 2 
3 6 



7 2 2 

6 4 
9 1 

7 2 1 
10 

7 2 

10 1 

7 2 1 

10 1 



19.561 

1957 > Tommy Mont 

1958 J 



T"om Nugent 



1966 Lou Saban 
1968/ ""hWard 

ic 

l<j 
197 





2 


7 


1 


5 


5 





4 


6 


5 


5 





6 


4 





7 


3 





6 


4 





3 


7 





5 


5 





4 


6 





4 


6 





9 





2 


8 





3 


7 





2 


9 





2 


9 





5 


5 


I 


8 


4 





8 


4 





9 


2 


1 


11 


1 





8 


4 





51 




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Jerry Claiborne 



85 Year Totals 413 



* Teams (oachcd by captains 

a (.ator Bowl co-champions, tied Georgia, 

20-20 
b (iator Bowl champions, defeated 

Missouri. 20-7 
c .SuKar Bowl champions, defeated 

Tennessee. 28-13 
d National champions, lost to f^klahoma 

in Orange Bowl 
e Orange Howl, lost to Oklahoma. 6-20 
f Peach Bowl, lost to fieorgia. 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 
j Hall of Fame, defeated .Minnesota. 17-7 



ALL TIME MARYLAND FOOTBALL RECORDS AGAINST ALL OPPONENTS 

WLT \V L T 



W L T 



Air Force Acad 2 

Alabama 1 2 

Alex. High 1 

.Vmcrican L'niv I 

.\uburn I'niv 1 I 

Bainbriilge Training 1 I 

Baltimore Citv Col 2 



Baltimore Med. Col 1 



Baltimore Poly 
Ba\lor Lniv 



3 

1 

Bethel Mil. .\cad 1 

Boston liiiv 2 

Business High 1 

Carnegie Tech 

(!atholic l'ni\- 8 

C^entral High 6 

Charlotte Hall Mil 1 

(Chicago Univ 

Cincinnati 2 

Clemson lniv 15 

Clifton Ath. Club 1 

Columbia Ath. Club 

Connetticnt 1 

Curtis Ray Coast Guard 

Delaware 3 

Dickinson Col 1 

Duke lniv 7 

Duquesne L^niv I 

Eastern High 4 

Episcopal High 

I niv. of Florida ..._ 6 

Florida .State 9. 

Fortress Monroe 

Fredericksburg Col 2 

(iallaudet 9 

Georgetown Univ 6 









1 

1 2 

2 



1 


10 1 



1 

n n 



I 





5 


1 








4 

















3 





9 





2 








1 








6 


1 


9 






Georgetown Prep 1 

George Washington 10 

I iii\. of Georgia 3 

Gibraltar Ath. Club 

(ion/.aga High I 

Greenville (SC) AAB I 

Guilford Col I 

(iunton Temple Bapt. Ch 1 

Hamixlen-Svdney 2 



Ha\crforcl Co 

Houston 

Indiana L^niv 



1. 



lniv. of Kentucky 
Lakeliurst Xav. .\ir Sta. 



Louis 



I .S. Marine Barracks .. 
Merchant Marine .\cad. 



1 



Mi 



-Miami (Ohio) 

Michigan State I 

Minnesota I 

Mississippi 1 

Missouri 6 

Mt. St. Joseph's Col 2 

Mt. St. .Mary's Col 2 

Mt. Washington Club 

Navy 5 

New York Lniv 2 

lniv. of N.C 17 

N.C. State 14 

Ohio I niv 1 

Oklahoma lniv 

Old lniv. of Md 3 

OKmpia .\th. Club 1 

Orient .\th. Club I 



>hns Hopkins 16 II 



State I niv 3 



(Florida) 5 





2 

1 

14 



23 
16 





n 







5 
I 2 
n 

n 
1 





1 
n 

















Penns\l\ania 14 

Pciiii State 1 22 

PcMii Military 3 1 

Princeton 2 

Raiid..lpli-Macon Col 2 1 

Rich. Army Air Base 1 

Richmond lniv 11 5 2 

Rock Hill Col 3 1 



Rutgers lniv. 4 

St. Johns Col 18 

lniv. of S.C 17 

SMi: 2 

Swarthmore Col 

S\ rac use lniv 10 

Tech. High 5 

ICLA 1 

I'niv. of Term 1 

I niv. of Texas 

Texas A & M 

Third .\rmy Corps 1 

Tiilane lniv 1 

X'anderbilt 1 

\'illano\a 6 

N'irginia 25 

\'irginia Mil. In.st 14 

\irginia Tech 14 

Wake Forest 18 

Walbrook Ath. Club 
Washington & Lee 



3 n 





13 

Washington Col 18 

Western High 

Western .Md 18 

West Va 8 

William S: Mary 1 

Yale lniv 2 



fl 





1 
5 

2 



10 
7 I 



1 



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MARYUND FOOTBALL RECORDS 
SINGLE GAME— INDIVIDUAL 



SCORING 
Most Points Scored 

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

Most Touchdowns Scored 

5 by Bob Shemonski vs. Virginia Tech, 1950 

Most Points-After-Touchdown Scored 

8 by Steve Mike-Mayer vs. Duke, 1974 
8 by Mike Sochko vs. Virginia. 1975 

Most Touchdown Passes Caught 

2 by Don Gleasncr 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 .-^ugsburger vs. South Carolina, 1949 

2 by Henry Fox vs. Georgetown, 1949 

2 by Llovd 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 X'ince Kinney vs. X'illanova, 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. .\labama and Villanova, 1974 
3 by Mike Sochko vs. Clemson, 1975 

TOTAL OFFENSE 
Most Net Yards Gained Rushing and Passing 

312 by Bob .\vellini 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) 

237 by George Scott vs Villanova, 1977 

Most Rushes 

42 by George Scott vs. Villanova, 1977 

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 .Avel 



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 

160 by Dean Richards vs. Penn State, 1977 (9) 

Longest Scoring Pass and Run 

92 yards by Stan Lavine to Fd 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 .Man Pastrana to Ralph Donofrio vs. Wake Forest, 1966 

Most Passes Had Intercepted 

4 by Dick Shiner vs. Navy. 1963 

4 by .\lan Pastrana vs. Clemson, 1966 

4 by Larry Dick \ s. North C:a:olina. 1977 

Most Passes Intercepted 

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

Most Yards Gained On Interception Runbacks 

111 yards by Dick Leu is \s. 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 Frilsch vs. Miami, 1956 

Note: "L ntz ' Brooke Brewer had a 93-yard punt vs N'MI, 
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. N'lllanova, 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 \s. 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 MiVicker 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 Broun vs. Miami 1962 (5 returns) 

Longest Kickoff Return For Touchdown 

100 yards by Di< k Novak and Dennis Condie vs. Virginia, 1960 
(102 actual). Novak ret. to nine yard line, then laleralcd 
to Condie who returned 91 yards. 

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



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Longest Kickoff Return For Touchdown By Opponent 

93 >;ir(ls In Jim Mil'lu-rson of Nortli Ciroliru. 19l!li 

Longest Non-Scoring Kickoff Return 

92 In j.iliii S, liiill/ IS. .\..i!li < .noliii.!. niT!". 

Longest Scoring Run With Recovered Fumble 

2,'i v.iiiK In llciuic D.irc »■., N.irlh ( .ii.pIiij.i Si.kc. I'l'il 

Longest Non-Scoring Run With Recovered Fumble 
By Opponent 

75 v.uiK li\ Dave Riissfll "f Waslilnntdn and I.cc. 1942 

Most Opponents' Fumbles Recovered 

.i 1>\ loni (.uiulcMtMji \ s, Miaipi. i9r>7 

Longest Field Goal 

j4 >aiil5 b> Sieve .\liLi-Ma\er vs. V'illanova, 1973 

SINGLE GAME RECORDS— TEAM 

SCORING 

Highest Score 

MaMl.uui SO — Washinnl.iTi Collide 0. 1927 

Most Total Points Scored By Both Teams 

90 In 1971: Maryland 27 IVnn Slate 63 

Largest Victory Margin 

SU-O vs. \Vash,M;;l(>n Cullenc, 1927 

Largest Defeat Margin 

0-7(i \s. .\av\. l!)l:i 

Most Touchdowns Scored 

12 vs. W.isliinKlon Cdllcne. l:)27 

Most Points-After-Touchdown Scored 

8 vs. Washington College, 1927 
8 vs. Missouri. 1954 
8 vs. Dnkc. 1974 
8 vs. N'irginia, 1975 

Most Field Goals Scored 

3 vs. VUlanova. 1972. 1973. 1974 
3 vs. West \'irginia. 1959 
3 vs. .Alabama.' 1974 

3 vs. Clemson. 1975 

Most Touchdowns Scored Passing 

5 vs. X'illaiinv 3. 1975 

(4 l.v M.iilv Mantfcs. 1 In I.arrv Di^k) 

Most Touchdowns Scored Passing By Opponents 

4 by Wake Forest. 1958 (3 by Norm Snead, 1 by Charlie Parker) 
4 by X'irginia. 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. Svraiusc. 1959 

Most Total Plays 

93 vs. Xorth Carolina State. 1973 

RUSHING 

Most Net Yards Gained Rushing 

5S2 vs. N'lriinia, I'175 Uu i.irncs) 

Fewest Net Yards Gained Rushing 

Muius 5S Vs. Navy, 1965 

Most Rushes 

76 vs. Miami. 1958 

Fewest Rushes 

24 vs. North Carolina State. 1965 

Best Average Per Rush 

10.5 v.irds vs. \'ir);inia Teih. 1950 (577 yards. 55 rushes) 

Fewest Net Yards Gained Rushing By Opponents 

-Minus 21 bv West \'irginia. 1951 
Minus 21 by LCL\, 1955 



Most First Downs Rushing 

2H vs. X'lrgiiuj. 1975 

Fewest First Downs Rushing By Opponent 

In w.ac I Ht.si. r)7.) 

Fewest First Downs Rushing 

1 V,. .\li, lug.n. Si.iic, 194 1 
1 vs. Syracuse, 1959 

PASSING 

Most Yards Gained Passing 

35(1 vs \ill iri.iv.i. l');"i I 11 f,,r 211) 

Fewest Yards Gained Passing 

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

Most Passes Attempted 

IS vs. Suuth ( .in.liii.i, I'i71 |2.i complctiuns for 210 yards) 

Most Passes Completed 

27 vs. I'cnii Si.iic. 1971 I 1(1 .iitcmpts for 336 yards) 

Fewest Passes Completed 

vs. .Michigan State. 1914 (1 attempt) 
vs. \'andcrbilt. 1948 (12 attempts) 

Vs. Mlssduri. I'l'I (3 .illctiipis) 

Fewest Passes Attempted 

1 vs. Michigan State, 1944 
1 vs. Wake Forest, 19')9 

Best Completion Percentage 
(Minimum, 10 attempts) 

,824 vs. Tulanc. 197.J (11 lompletions, 17 attempts) 

Most Passes Intercepted 

7 V s. Cenrgi.i. 19' I 

Most Passes Had Intercepted 

6 In Pcnnsvlvaina. 19) I 

Most First Downs Passing 

18 vs. Penn State, 1971 

Fewest First Downs Passing 

_ 1,! times, last vs. W ,ike F.ircsi. 1969 

Most Passes Attempted By Opponents 

57 In West Nir-iiiiij. I9"il 119 i .■mplclinns I 

Fewest Passes Completed By Opponents 

by Syracuse. 1939 (5 attempts) 

'l>i Michigan State, 1944 (0 attempts) 

by Delaware, 1948 (3 attempts) 

by Boston Liiiversity, 1952 (6 attempts) 

bv Kentucky, 1956 (3 attempts) 

Fewest Yards Gained Passing By Opponents 

Minus 1 by Clemson, 1956 



OTHERS 

Most Punts 

14 vs. \'irginia. 1937 

14 vs. Western Maryland, 1940 

Fewest Punts 

V s. \'irginia. 1975 

Most Total Yards Punting 

510 vs. Syracuse, 1936 (10 units) 

Best Punting Average 

51.7 vards vs. Washingtivn and Lee, 1951 

( 155 vards. 3 punls) 

Most Total First Downs 

35 vs. Virginia, 1975 

Fewest Total First Downs 

! vs. Michigan State. 1941 

Fewest Total First Downs By Opponent 

1 l)v Wake Fnresi. 1973 (passing) 

Most Fumbles 

8 vs. Georgia. 1952 (lost 2) 



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Fewest Fumbles 

vs. VMI, 1945 

vs. Kentucky, 1954 

vs. South Carolina, 1958 

vs. South Carolina, 1959 

vs. West Virginia, 1960 

vs. Virginia, 1960 

vs. Svracuse. 1972 

vs. Duke, 1973 

vs. Penn State. Syracuse. Duke. 1977 

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 xMarvland, 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 .Man 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 .•Man 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 g„mes. 1940 

Most Points Scored By Opponents 

299 in 10 games. 1968 

Fewest Points Scored By Opponents 

31 in 10 regular seas<in 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 

38 111 9 rc^jiilar season names, 1!),^>I 

TOTAL OFFENSE 
Most Yards Gained Rushing and Passing 

4.1.S4 in lf»7l (2,r.(17 lusliliin. I,!I77 |).issiii«) 

Most Yards Gained Rushing and Passing 
By Opponents 

■I. 111:.' in Id K.irncs. l!)liS (•.>.L»72 rusliin«, l.ll^tl p^sslnn) 

Fewest Yards Gained Rushing and Passing 
By Opponents 

l,(iiH in 10 >;.inRs, 19.').') (701 yards rushing, 9J0 passing) 

RUSHING 
Most Yards Gained Rushing 

2.l'*l m 9 rtxul.ir sc.isnii panics, 1951 

Most Rushing Plays 

WI ill l!l7(i (2.S74 \ar(ls) 

Most Yards Gained Rushing By Opponents 

2.J71 in 9 gaints. 19(i7 

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 sanies- 1''"- (-*''' attempts) 

Best Passing Percentage 

.59:! in 11 games, 1973 (11>S of 199) 

Most Yards Gained Passing By Opponents 

1,920 in 10 games, 19fiS 

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 lomplctions, 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 Boui. Jan. 1. 1952 

Most Pass Interceptions By Opponents 

23 in 10 games, 1948 

OTHERS 
Most Punts 

79 in 1 1 games, 1970 

Most Yards All Punts 

2.832 in 10 games. 19G9 (73 punts) ; 3,180 in II games, 1970 

Best Punting Average 

42.fi in 1974 (54 punts) 

Most Punts By Opponents 

S7 in 1 1 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 (Mar\land recovered 19) 
40 in II games. 1971 (Maryland recovered 22) 

Fewest Fumbles 

17 in 10 games. 1960 (Lost 7) 

Most Penalties 

78 in U games. 1953 (492.5 vards) 

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 lO-I record 
1955 — Won 10 I^sl during regular season, lost to Oklahoma 

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

Best Season 

1976 — Won II Lost during regular season, lost to Houston 30- 
21 in Cotton Bowl (or H-1 

Worst Season 

1(J(,7— 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 FC, 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 

2.2P6 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 

2S7 b\ Dick Shiner, 30 games. 1961-63 

Best Completion Percentage 

.586 by Bob .\vellini. 1972-74 (231 of 394) 

Most Touchdown Passes Thrown, Regular Season 

23 by .^lan Pastrana. 20 games, 1966 and 1968 

Most Passes Caught, Regular Season 

100 b\ Frank Russell. 1972-74 

Most Yards Gained By Pass Receptions 

1.346 bv Frank Russell. 1972-74 

Most Passes Intercepted 

17 by Tom Brown. 30 games. 1960-62 



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YMAR BY YEAR RECORDS 




MARYLAND 
AGGIES 

1892 (0-301 

St. Johns 50 

Johns Hop 62 

Episcopal Hi 16 

1893 (6-0-0) 

36 Eastern Hi 

10 Central Hi 

18 Bait. City Col 

6 St. Johns Col 

18 W Md. Col 10 

16 Orient Ath. Col 6 

1894 (3-3-01 

52 W. Md. Col 

12 Wash. Col 

6 St. Johns 22 

6 Georgetown 4 

Col. Ath CI 26 

Mt, St. Marys 24 

1895 - No Team 
No Games 

1896 (6-2-2) 

Eastern Hi 6 

Gallaudet 

32 Business Hi 

10 Central Hi 6 

18 Alexandria Hi 

20 Bethel Mil. Ac 10 

Episcopal Hi 6 

16 West. Md 6 

14 Central Hi 

U. of Md 

1897 (2-4 0) 

24 Central Hi 6 

4 Eastern Hi 

J. Hopkins 30 

4 St. Johns 6 

6 Gallaudet 16 

Bait. Med. Col 10 

1898 (2-5-0) 

5 Columbian U 17 

West. Md 32 

36 Eastern Hi 

Gallaudet 33 

Johns Hopkins 16 

Episcopal Hi 37 

27 Rock Hill Col 

1899 (1-4-0) 

West. Md 21 

26 Eastern Hi 

Johns Hopkins 40 

Delaware Col 34 

St. Johns 62 

1900 (3-4-1) 

Western Hi 

Gib Ath. CI 17 

Georgetown Prep 5 

6 Episcopal Hi 34 

5 Gonzaga Hi 11 

15 Georgeiown Prep 

21 Gonzaga 

21 Char Hall Ac 



1901 (1-7-0) 

6 Del. Col 24 

10 Gallaudet Re 11 

Johns Hopkins 6 

6 Rock Hill Col 11 

Central Hi 11 

27 U.S. Marines 

Wal'k Ath. CI 36 

West. Md 30 

1902 (3-5-2) 

Georgetown 27 

5 Mt. St. Jos 

11 Columbian U 10 

6 Olympia Ath 

Wash. Col 

Mt. St. Marys 5 

6 West. Md 26 

U. of Md 5 

Johns Hopkins 17 

Del. Col 

1903 (7-4-0) 

Georgetown 28 

5 Clifton Ath 

21 Gunton Tern 

St. Johns 18 

28 Wash. Col 

27 Tech. Hi 

Mt. St. Marys 2 

6 West. Md 

11 U. of Md 

Deia. Col 16 

6 Columbian U 

1904 (2-4-2) 

Georgetown 22 

Ran. Macon 

Ftress Monroe 

11 Mt. St. Marys 6 

West. Md 5 

22 Gallaudet 5 

U. of Md 6 

Dela. Col 18 

1905 (6-4-0) 

20 Bait. Poly In 

16 Gallaudet 

West. Md 10 

Navy 17 

17 Wm. & Mary 

28 Mt. St. Josephs 

27 St Johns 5 

Wash. Col 17 

23 U. of Md 5 

Dela. Col 12 

1906 (5 3-0) 

5 Tech. Hi 

22 Bait. City Col 

Navy 12 

Georgetown 28 

Mt. Wash. CI 29 

20 St. Johns 4 

16 Rock Hill Col 

35 Wash. Col 

1907 (3-6-0) 

13 Tech High 

Georgetown 10 

64 



5 Richmond Col 11 

Navy 12 

6 Mt. St. Marys 12 

10 Geo. Washington 

10 Wash. Col 5 

St. Johns 16 

Gallaudet 5 

1908 (3-8 0) 

5 Central High 

5 Tech. High 6 

Richmond Col 22 

Johns Hopkins 10 

Navy 57 

5 Gallaudet 

Fred'bgCol 10 

12 Balto. Poly 6 

St. Johns 31 

Wash. Col 11 

Geo. Washington 57 

1909 (2-5-0) 

Richmond Col 12 

Johns Hopkins 9 

Tech. High 11 

5 Rock Hill 

George Washington 26 

N. C. State 31 

14 Gallaudet 12 

1910 (4-3-1) 

12 Central High 

20 Richmond Col 

1 1 Johns Hopkins 11 

21 Catholic U 

1 1 George Washington 

V.M.I 8 

St. Johns 6 

3 West. Md 17 

1911 (4-4-2) 

6 Tech. High 

Richmond 

5 Fred'bgCol 

Central High 14 

3 Johns Hopkins 6 

6 Catholic U 6 

St Johns 27 

5 Wash. Col 17 

6 West. Md 

6 Gallaudet 2 

1912 (6-1-1) 

31 Tech. High 6 

46 Richmond Col 

58 U. of Md 

13 Johns Hopkins 

St. Johns 27 

13 Gallaudet 6 

17 West. Md 7 

13 Penn. Mil. Col 13 

1913 (6-30) 

27 Balto City 10 

45 Richmond Col 

26 Johns Hopkins 

46 West. Md 

Navy 76 

13 St Johns 

26 Wash. Col 



Gallaudet 13 

7 Punn. Mil 27 

1914 (530) 

Bjlto Poly 6 

6 Ciiiholic U 

13 West Md 20 

14 Johns Hopkins 

10 St Johns 

3 Wash Col 

Gallaudet 23 

26 Penn. Mil 

1915 (630) 

31 tialto Poly 

Hauerford 7 

Catholic U 16 

10 Gallaudei 3 

14 Penn Mil 13 

27 St Johns 14 

28 Wash Col 13 

51 West Md 

Johns Hopkins 3 



MARYLAND 
STATE 

1916 (620) 

6 Dickinson 

7 Navy 14 

15 V.M.I 9 

6 Haverford 7 

31 St. Johns 6 

10 N.Y.U 7 

13 Catholic U 9 

54 Johns Hopkins 

1917 (4-3D 

20 Dela. Col. ... 

Navy 62 

14 V M.I 14 

29 Wake Forest 13 

6 N C State 10 

13 St Johns 3 

Penn. State 57 

7 Johns Hopkins 

1918 (4-1-1) 

6 American U 13 

7 VM.1 6 

19 West Md 

6 New York U 2 

19 St Johns 14 

Johns Hopkins 

1919 (540) 

6 Swarthmore 10 

13 Virginia 

West Va 27 

Va. Poly 6 

Yale 31 

27 St. Johns 

13 Catholic U 

20 West Md 

14 Johns Hopkins 



UNIVERSITY 
OF MARYLAND 

1920 (7 20) 

54 Randolph Macon 

Rutgers 6 

Princeton 35 

14 Catholic U 

27 Wash Col 

7 Va. Poly 

13 North Carolina 

10 Syracuse 7 

24 Johns Hopkins 7 



1921 (351) 

3 Rutgers 

Syracuse 42 

3 St. Johns 7 

10 Va Poly 7 

7 North Carolina 16 

Yale 28 

16 Catholic U 

Carnegie Tech 21 

6 N C. State 6 

1922 (4 5 1) 

7 Third Army 

Richmond 

Pennsylvania 12 

Princeton 26 

3 North Carolina 27 

Va. Poly 21 

3 Yale 45 

3 Johns Hopkins 

54 Catholic U 

7 N C. State 6 

1923 (7 2 1) 

53 Randolph Macon 

3 Pennsylvania 

23 Richmond 

7 Va. Poly 16 

14 North Carolina 

26 St. Johns 

14 Yale 16 

26 N. estate 12 

40 Catholic U 6 

6 Johns Hopkins 6 

1924 (3-33) 

23 Wash. Col 

7 Wash. & Lee 19 

38 Richmond 

Va. Poly 12 

6 North Carolina 

Catholic U 

Yale 47 

N. C. State 

Johns Hopkins 

1925 (2-5-1) 

13 Wash. Col 

16 Rutgers 

Va. Poly 3 

Virginia 6 

North Carolina 16 

14 Yale 43 

3 Washington & Lee 7 

7 Johns Hopkins 7 

1926 (5-4-1) 

63 Wash. Col 

South Carolina 12 

Chicago 21 

8 Va. Poly 24 

14 North Carolina 6 

38 Gallaudet 7 

15 Yale 

6 Virginia 6 

W. & L 3 

17 Johns Hopkins 14 

1927 (4-7-0) 

80 Wash, Col 

26 South Carolina 

6 North Carolina 7 

13 Va Poly 7 

10 V.M.I 6 

6 W. & L 13 

6 Yale 30 

Virginia 21 

20 Vanderbilt 39 

13 Johns Hopkins 14 

6 Florida 7 



1928 (6-3 1) 

31 Wash. Col 

19 North Carolina 26 

7 South Carolina 21 

13 West. Md 6 

V.M.I 

6 Va. Poly 9 

6 Yale 

18 Virginia 2 

6 W. 8i L 

26 Johns Hopkins 6 

1929 (4-42) 

34 Wash. Col 7 

North Carolina 43 

6 South Carolina 26 

13 Gallaudet 6 

6 V.M.I 7 

13 Virginia 13 

13 Yale 13 

24 Va. Poly 

39 Johns Hopkins 6 

West. Md 12 

1930 (7-5-0) 

60 Wash. Col 6 

13 Yale 40 

21 North Carolina 28 

21 St. Johns 13 

20 V.M.I 

14 Virginia 6 

41 W. & L 7 

13 V. Poly 7 

Navy 6 

21 Johns Hopkins 

7 Vanderbilt 22 

West. Md 7 

1931 (8-1-1) 

13 Wash. Col 

7 Virginia 6 

6 Navy 

6 Kentucky 6 

41 V.M.I 20 

20 Va. Poly 

12 Vanderbilt 39 

13 W. & L 7 

35 Johns Hopkins 14 

41 West. Md 6 

1932 (5-6-0) 

63 Wash. Col 

6 Virginia 7 

Va. Poly 23 

Duke 34 

24 St. Johns 7 

12 V.M.I 7 

Vanderbilt 13 

7 Navy 28 

6 W. & L 

23 Johns Hopkins 

7 West Md 39 

1933 (3-7-0) 

20 St Johns 

Va. Poly 14 

Tulane 20 

13 V.M.I 19 

7 West Md 13 

Virginia 6 

7 Duke 38 

27 Johns Hopkins 7 

33 W. & L 13 

Florida 19 

1934 (7-3-0) 

13 St. Johns 

W. & L 7 

13 Navy 16 

14 Va. Poly 9 

21 Florida 



65 



20 Virginia 

23 V.M.I 

14 Indiana 17 

6 Georgetown 

19 Johns Hopkins 

1935 (7-2-21 

39 St. Johns 6 

7 Va. Poly 

North Carolina 33 

6 V.M.I 

20 Florida 6 

14 Virginia 7 

7 I ndiana 13 

W. & L 

12 Georgetown 6 

Syracuse 

22 West. Md 7 

1936 (6-5-0) 

20 St. Johns 

6 Va. Poly 

North Carolina 14 

21 Virginia 

12 Richmond 

20 Syracuse 

6 Florida 7 

7 V.M.I 13 

6 Georgetown 7 

19 W. & L 6 

West. Md 12 

1937 (8-2-01 

28 St. Johns 

21 Pennsylvania 28 

6 West. Md 

3 Virginia 

13 Syracuse 

13 Florida 7 

9 V.M.I 7 

14 Penn State 21 

12 Georgetown 2 

8 W. & L 

1938 (2-7-0) 

6 Richmond 19 

Penn State 33 

Syracuse 53 

14 West. Md 8 

19 Virginia 27 

14 V.M.I 47 

7 Florida 21 

7 Georgetown 14 

19 W. & L 13 

1939 (2-7-0) 

26 Hamp.Syd 

12 West. Md 

7 Virginia 12 

12 Rutgers 25 

Florida 14 

Georgetown 20 

Penn State 12 

V.M.I 13 

7 Syracuse 10 

1940 (2-6-1) 

6 Hamp.Syd 7 

Pennsylvania 51 

6 Virginia 19 

Florida 19 

6 West. Md 

Georgetown 41 

V M.l 20 

14 Rutgers 7 

7 W. & L 7 

1941 (3 5-1) 

18 Hamp.-Syd 

6 West. Md 6 

Duke 50 

13 Florida 12 



6 Pennsylvania 55 

Georgetown 26 

Rutgers 20 

V.M.I 27 

6 W. & L 

1942 (7-2-0) 

34 Connecticut 

14 Lake NAS 

27 Rutgers 13 

V.M.I 29 

51 West. Md 

13 Florida 

Duke 42 

27 Virginia 12 

32 W. & L 28 

1943 (4-5-0) 

7 Curtis B. CG 13 

13 Wake Forest 7 

19 Rich. AAB 6 

2 West. Va 6 

Penn State 45 

43 Greenv. AAB 18 

Virginia 39 

Bainbridge 46 

21 V.M.I 14 

1944 (1-7-1) 

Hamp.-Syd 12 

Wake Forest 39 

6 West. Va 6 

Mich. State 8 

6 Florida 14 

7 Virginia 18 

Mich. State 33 

19 Penn State 34 

8 V.M.I 6 

1945 (6-2-1) 

60 Guilford Col 6 

21 Richmond 

22 Merch. M.A 6 

13 Va. Poly 21 

13 West Va 13 

14 W. & M 33 

38 V.M.I 

19 Virginia 13 

19 South Carolina 13 

1946 (3-6-0) 

54 Bainbridge 

7 Richmond 37 

North Carolina 33 

6 Va. Poly 

7 W. & M 41 

17 South Carolina 21 

24 W. & L 7 

14 Mich. State 26 

7 N. C. State 28 

1947 (7-22) 

19 South Carolina 13 

43 Delaware 19 

18 Richmond 6 

7 Duke 19 

21 Va. Poly 19 

27 West Va 

32 Duquesne 

North Carolina 19 

20 Vanderbilt 6 

N. C. State 

(Gator Bowl, Jan 1, 1948) 

20 Georgia 20 

1948 (6 40) 

19 Richmond 

21 Delaware 

28 Va. Poly 

12 Duke 13 

47 George Washington 

27 Miami 13 

66 



19 South Carolina 7 

20 North Carolina 49 

Vanderbilt 34 

14 West Va 16 

1949 (9-1-0) 

34 Va. Poly 7 

33 Georgetown 7 

7 Mich. State 14 

14 N. estate 6 

44 South Carolina 7 

40 George Washington 14 

14 Boston U 13 

47 West Va 7 

13 Miami 

(Gator Bowl, Jan. 1, 1950) 

20 Missouri 7 

1950 (7-2-1) 

7 Georgia 27 

35 Navy 21 

34 Mich. State 7 

25 Georgetown 14 

13 N. estate 16 

26 Duke 14 

23 George Washington 7 

7 North Carolina 7 

41 West Va 

63 V.P.I 7 

1951 (10-0-0) 

54 W. & L 14 

33 George Washington 6 

43 Georgia 7 

14 North Carolina 7 

27 L.S.U 

35 Missouri 

40 Navy 21 

53 N. C. State 

54 West Va 7 

(Sugar Bowl, Jan. 1, 1952) 

28 Tennessee 13 

1952 (7-2-0) 

13 Missouri 10 

13 Auburn 7 

28 Clemson 

37 Georgia 

38 Navy 7 

34 L.S.U 6 

34 Boston U 7 

14 Mississippi 21 

7 Alabama 27 

1953 (10-10) 
National Champions 
Co-Champions. AGO 

20 Missouri 6 

52 W. & L 

20 Clemson 

40 Georgia 13 

26 North Carolina 

30 Miami (Fla.) 

24 South Carolina 6 

27 George Washington 6 

38 Mississippi 

21 Alabama 

(Orange Bowl Jan. 1 , 1954) 

Oklahoma 7 

1954 (7 2-1) 

20 Kentucky 

7 U.C.L.A 12 

13 Wake Forest 13 

33 North Carolina 

7 Miami (Fla.) 9 

20 South Carolina 

42 N. C. State 14 

16 Clemson 

48 George Washington 6 

74 Missouri 13 



1955 (10 1 01 
Co-Champions ACC 

13 Missouri 12 

7 UC.L.A 

20 Baylor 6 

28 Wake Forest 7 

25 North Carolina 7 

34 Syracuse 13 

27 South Carohna 

13 L.S.U 

25 Clemson 12 

19 George Washington 

(Orange Bowl Jan. 1 . 1956) 

6 Oklahoma 20 

1956 (2 7 1) 

12 Syracuse 26 

6 Wake Forest 

Baylor 14 

6 Miami (Fla) 13 

6 North Carolina 34 

7 Tennessee 34 

Kentucky 14 

6 Clemson 6 

South Carolina 13 

25 N. estate 14 

1957 (5-5-0) 

13 Texas A&M 21 

13 N C. State 48 

Duke 14 

27 Wake Forest 

21 North Carolina 7 

Tennessee 16 

10 South Carolina 6 

7 Clemson 26 

16 Miami (Fla.) 6 

12 Virginia 

1958 (4-6-0) 

Wake Forest 34 

21 N. estate 6 

Clemson 8 

10 Texas A&M 14 

North Carolina 27 

7 Auburn 20 

10 South Carolina 6 

14 Navy 40 

26 Miami (Fla.) 14 

44 Virginia 6 

1959 (5-5-0) 

27 West Va 7 

Texas 26 

Syracuse 29 

7 Wake Forest 10 

14 North Carolina 7 

6 South Carolina 22 

14 Navy 22 

28 Clemson 25 

55 Virginia 12 

33 N. C. State 28 

1960 (6-4-0) 

31 West Va 8 

Texas 34 

7 Duke 20 

10 N. C. State 13 

19 Clemson 17 

14 Wake Forest 13 

15 South Carolina 

9 Penn State 28 

22 North Carolina 19 

44 Virginia 12 

1961 (7 30) 

14 SMU 6 

24 Clemson •. 21 

22 Syracuse 21 

8 North Carolina 14 

21 Air Force 

10 South Carolina 20 



21 Penn State 17 

10 N. C. State 7 

10 Wake Forest 7 

16 Virginia 28 

1962 (6-4-0) 

7 SMU 

13 Wake Forest 2 

14 N. C. State 6 

31 North Carolina 13 

24 Miami 28 

13 South Carolina 11 

7 Penn State 23 

7 Duke 10 

14 Clemson 17 

40 Virginia 18 

1963 (3-7-0) 

14 N. estate 36 

13 South Carolina 21 

12 Duke 30 

7 North Carolina 14 

21 Air Force 14 

32 Wake Forest 

15 Penn State 17 

7 Navy 42 

6 Clemson 21 

21 Virginia 6 

1964 (5-5) 

3 Oklahoma 13 

24 South Carolina 6 

13 N. C. State 14 

17 Duke 24 

10 North Carolina 9 

17 Wake Forest 21 

9 Penn State 17 

27 Navy 22 

34 Clemson 

10 Virginia 

1965 (4-6) 

24 Ohio U 7 

7 Syracuse 24 

10 Wake Forest 7 

10 North Carolina 12 

7 N. C. State 29 

27 South Carolina 14 

7 Navy 19 

6 Clemson 

27 Virginia 33 

7 Penn State 19 

1966 (4-6) 

7 Penn State 15 

34 Wake Forest 7 

7 Syracuse 34 

21 Duke 19 

28 West Va 9 

14 South Carolina 2 

21 N. C. State 24 

10 Clemson 14 

17 Virginia 41 

21 Florida State 45 

1967 (0-9) 

Oklahoma 35 

3 Syracuse 7 

9 N. C. State 31 

North Carolina 14 

South Carolina 31 

3 Penn State 38 

7 Clemson 28 

1 7 Wake Forest 35 

7 Virginia 12 



1968 (2 8) 

14 Florida St 24 

14 Syracuse 32 

28 Duke 30 

33 North Carolina 24 

21 South Carolina 19 

11 N estate 31 

14 Wake Forest 38 

Clemson 16 

1 3 Penn State 57 

23 Virginia 28 

1969 (37) 

7 West Virginia 31 

7 N. C. State 24 

19 Wake Forest 14 

9 Syracuse 20 

20 Duke 7 

South Carolina 17 

Clemson 40 

21 Miami (Ohio) 34 

Penn State 48 

17 Virginia 14 

1970 (2-9) 

3 Villanova 21 

12 Duke 13 

20 North Carolina 53 

11 Miami 18 

7 Syracuse 23 

21 South Carolina 15 

N C. State 6 

1 1 Clemson 24 

Penn State 34 

17 Virginia 14 

10 West Virginia 20 

1971 (2-9) 

13 Villanova 28 

35 N.e State 7 

14 North Carolina 35 

14 Wake Forest 18 

13 Syracuse 21 

6 South Carolina 35 

23 Florida 27 

38 V M.I 

27 Penn State 63 

14 Clemson 20 

27 Virginia 29 

1972 (5-5-1) 

24 N.C State 24 

26 North Carolina 31 

28 V M.I 16 

12 Syracuse 16 

23 Wake Forest 

37 Villanova 7 

14 Duke 20 

24 Virginia 23 

16 Penn State 46 

31 Clemson 6 

8 Miami (Fla.) 28 

1973 (8-4) 

13 West Virginia 20 

23 North Carolina 3 

31 Villanova 3 

38 Syracuse 

22 N.C. State 24 

37 Wake Forest 

30 Duke 10 

22 Penn State 42 

33 Virginia 

28 Clemson 13 

42 Tulane 9 

(Peach Bowl Dec. 28. 1973) 
16 Georgia 17 



67 



1974 (8 - 4) 

16 Alabama 21 

10 Florida 17 

24 North Carolina 12 

31 Syracuse 

41 Clemson 

47 Wake Forest 

20 IM.C. State 10 

17 Penn State 24 

41 Villanova 

56 Duke 13 

10 Virginia 

(Liberty Bowl, Dec. 16, 1974) 

3 Tennessee 7 

1975 (9-2-1) 

41 Villanova 

8 Tennessee 26 

34 North Carolina 7 

10 Kentucky 10 

24 Syracuse 7 

37 N.C. State 22 

27 Wake Forest 

13 Penn State 15 

21 Cincinnati 19 

22 Clemson 20 

62 Virginia 24 

(Gator Bowl Dec. 29, 1975) 

13 Florida 

1976 (11-1) 

31 Richmond 7 

24 West Virginia 3 

42 Syracuse 28 

20 Villanova 9 

16 N.C. State 6 

17 Wake Forest 15 

30 Duke 3 

24 Kentucky 14 

21 Cincinnati 

20 Clemson 

28 Virginia 

(Cotton Bowl Jan. 1 , 1977) 

21 Houston 30 



TERP FOOTBALL LETTERMEN 



21 


1977 (8-4) 

Clemson 


. . . 14 


16 




. . . 24 


9 
20 
24 


Penn State 

N.C. State 


. . . 27 
. . . 24 
. . . 10 


35 


Wake Forest 


. . . 7 


31 


Duke 


. . . 13 


7 


North Carolina 


. . . 16 


19 


Villanova 


13 


27 
28 


Richmond 

Virginia 


. . 24 



17 


(Hall of Fame Bowl Dec. 22 
Minnesota 


1977) 
. . . 7 










Abbott, Robert 1971 
Absher, Dick 1964, '65, '66 
Adams, Chester 1908 
Adams, Donald 1925, '26, '27 
Adams, Ron 1963, '64 
Aitcheson, Leither 1917 
Aitcheson, Whitney 1913, '14 
Albarano, Ralph 1937, '38, '39 
Albrecht, George 1952, '53, '54 
Albrlttain, Lemeul 1902, '03 
Alderton, Gene 1955, '56, '57 
Alderton, John 1950, '51, '52 
Alexander, Richard 1941 
Alkire, John 1973, '74 
Ambrusko, Ken 1962, '64, '65 
Andorka, Bill 1934 
Andrews, Olin 1908, '09, '10 
Andrus, Robert 1946 
Arbutina, Matt 1963, '64, '65 
Arizzi, Ernie 1961, '62, '63 
Armsworthy, Frank 1950 
Athey, Ronald 1955, '56 
Atkins, Steve 1975, '76, '77 
Augsburger, Pete 1948, '49, '50 
Avellini, Bob 1972, '73, '74 
Axt, R. W. (Dutch 1915, '16, '17 

linn 

Bach, Billy 1966 

Bafford, Harold 1925, '26, '27 

Bagranoff, Larry 1963, '64, '65 

Baierl, Ralph 1953, '54 

Bailey, Caleb (Zeke) 1918, '19, '20, '21, '22 

Baker, Charles 1906 

Baker, Pat 1965, '66, '67 

Banner, Murnis 1960, '61, '62 

Bannon, J. G. 1892, '93, '94 

Barkalow, Gerald 1945 

Barlund, Dick 1959, '60, '61 

Barnes, George 1941, '42, '45 

Barnes, Hank 1969, '70, '71 

Baroni, John 1947, '48 

Barrit, Ed 1952 

Bartlett, W. D. 1923 

Bates, Duane 1944 

Battaglia, Sam 1967 

Bauer, J. W. 1908 

Beamer, Francis 1938, '39 

Beardsley, Al 1956, '58 

Beatty, Bill 1924, '25 

Becker, Ed 1958 

Bednar, Ray 1970, '71, '72 

Behbahani, Kambiz 1971 

Behr, Sam 1945, '47 

Behrmann, Joe 1957, '58 

Beightol, Lynn 1951, '53, '54, '55 

Benson, Kevin 1972, '73, '74, '75 

Bielski, Dick 1952, '53, '54 

Bell, Fred 1896, '97 

Bell, Karl 1965 

Bell, Bobby 1976 

Benner, Willis 1932, '33 

Bennett, Gordon 1960 

Berger, Louis (Bosey) 1930, '31 

Bernardo, Ralph 1943 

Berry, Harold 1940, '41 

Besley, Kirk 1922, '24, '25 

Betty, Dale 1958, '59, '60 

68 



Betz, Theodore 1948, '49, '50 

Bilancioni, Bert 1965 

Binder, Paul 1910 

Birkland, John 1934, '35, '36 

Bishop, Randolph 1944, '46 

Bissell, John 1945 

Bittner, Dick 1955 

Blackburn, Ray 1953, '54 

Blackistone, Wade 1894 

Blandford, James 1897, '98 

Bloomingdale, Alan 1973, '74 

Bobenko, Alex 1943 

Boeri, Walter 1951, '52 

Boinis, John 1962 

Boms, Pete 1958, '59, '60 

Bolton, Ed 1949, '50 

Bonk, Harry 1945, '46, '47, '48 

Bonnet, Arthur 1924, '25 

Boothe, Dan 1942 

Bosley, John 1905 

Bosley, Lester 1918, '19, '20, '21 

Bovic, Charles 1902 

Bouscaren, William 1897 

Bowersox, Jack 1953, '54 

Bowland, Bill 1904, '05, '06 

Bowland, Jay 1911, '12, '13, '14 

Bowman, Charles 1967 

Boxold, Charles 1953, '54 

Boyda, John 1937, '38, '39 

Bozeman, Richard 1943 

Bracken, Lou 1967, '68 

Bradford, Robert 1949 

Bradley, J. A. 1898, '99 

Bradley, Walter 1933 

Bramson, Bernardo 1964, '65, '66 

Brancato, Joe 1973, '74 

Brand, Robert 1937, '38 

Brandt, Marshall 1942 

Brannan, Tim 1970, '71, '72 

Branner, Cecil 1919, '20, '21, '22, '23 

Brant, Mike 1967, '68, '69 

Brant, Tim 1970, '71, '72 

Branthover, Lee 1970, '71 

Brasher, James 1947, '48, '49 

Brechbiel, Jim 1973, '74, '75 

Breedlove, Rod 1957, '58, '59 

Brenner, John 1941, '42 

Bresnahan, Tom 1964 

Breunich, Tom 1952, '53 

Brewer, Edward B. (Untz) 1916, '20, '21 

Brewer, Mac 1922, '23 

Broglio, Paul 1947, '48 

Bromley, Walter 1922, '23, '24, '25 

Brougher, Don 1952, '53, '54 

Broumel, Tom 1960 

Brown, David 1900, '01, '02, '03 

Brown, Robert 1937, '38, '39 

Brown, Tom 1960, '61, '62 

Brubaker, Eric 1975 

Bryan, Thomas 1901 

Bryant, William 1937 

Brzostowski, Art 1965, '66, '67 

Budkoff, Nick 1936, '37 

Bungori, Dan 1971, '72, '73 

Burgee, Dick 1953, '54, '55 

Burger, Joe 1921, '22, '23, '24 

Burgess, Tom 1977 

Burgly, Bill 1956, '57 



Burke, Pat 1968, '69, 70 

Burlin, Ralph 1939, '40, '41 

Burns, Jimmy 1910 

Burruss, Lloyd 1976, 77 

Burton, Bob 1961, '62, '63 

Bury, Lou 1962, '63 

Buscher, Bernie 1933, '34, '35 

Buscher, F. A. 1932, '33 

Butsko, Harry 1961, '62 

Byrd, Bill 1942 

Byrd, Harry C. (Curley) 1905, '06, '07 

Byrom, Bruce 1977 

"C" 

Calandra, William 1971 

Callahan, Charles 1933, '34, '35 

Calta, Keith 1976, '77 

Campbell, Joe 1973, '74, 75, '76 

Carhss, Ernest 1929, '30, '31 

Carlson, Rick 1966, '67, '68 

Carr, Brad 1974. '75, '76, '77 

Carroll, Charles 1957 

Carroll, Douglas 1899 

Carter, A. R. 1914 

Carter, Crawford 1918 

Carter, Louis 1972, '73, '74 

Cashell, Dorsey 1897, '98 

Chacos, Louis 1942 

Chadick, Mike 1968 

Chalmers, George (Shorty) 1929, '30, '31 

Chamberlain, Glenn 1977 

Chiaverini, Len 1962, '63 

Chisan, Thomas 1943, '44, "45 

Chovanes, Eddie 1941, '42, '46 

Christianson. Dave 1951 

Church, C. Grant 1897, '99 

Church, L. M. 1905 

Ciambor, Steve 1967, '68, '69 

Cianelli, Dave 1949, '50, '51 

Cichowski, Tom 1963, '65, '66 

Cielensky, Mike 1973, '74, '75 

Claiborne, Jonathan 1975, '76, '77 

Clark, Morrison 1920 

Cloud, Everett 1958, '59, '60 

Coggins, Bert 1916 

Coggins, Irving 1914, '15, '16 

Colbert, Bob 1967, '68, '69 

Cole, Bob 1958 

Cole, Fred 1956, '57, '58 

Cole, George 1932 

Collins, Bobby 1964, '65, '66 

Collins, Gary 1959, '60, '61 

Collins, Scott 1977 

Colteryahn, Lloyd 1951, '52 

Compton. Barnes 1892, '93 

Condie, Dennis 1960, '61 

Condon, John 1949 

Conrad, Dave 1974, '75, '76 

Conrad, Luther 1940, '41, '42 

Continetti, Reno 1943, '44 

Cooke, Ed 1955. '57 

Cooke, Sam 1897. '98. '99 

Cooper, Barney 1905, '06. '07 

Cooper. Fred 1964. '65. '66 

Cooper. Larry 1943, '44 

Corcoran, Jim 1962, '64, '65 

Cordyack. John 1940, '41 

Cory. Ernest 1907, '08 

Cosgrove, Tom 1950, '51, '52 

Coster, H. 0. 1916. '17, '18 

Couch. George 1942 



Coz2i, Richard 1975 
Cowdrey, Chris 1970, '71, '72 
Crapster, Jack 1908 
Crecca, Joseph 1932, '33 
Crosland, Robert 1945, '46 
Crossan, Dave 1960, '61, '62 
Crothers, Omar (Gus) 1926, '27, '28 
Crytzer, Marty 1951, '52, '53 

"D" 

Daly, Ed 1934, '35, '36 

Daly, Leslie 1943, '44, '45 

Darby, Samuel 1899 

Dare, Howie 1954, '55. '57 

Davidson, Jim 1959, '60, '61 

Davis, Fred 1946, '47, '48. '49 

Davis, Jack 1954, '55. '56 

Davis, Lynn 1949, '50. '51 

Dean, Robert 1948, '49, '50 

DeArmey. Frank 1935. '36, '37 

DeArmey, John 1938 

DeCarlo, Dan 1974, '75 

DeCicco. Nick 1955. '56. '57 

Decker, Don 1951, '52 

Deckman, Joe 1930 

Dietz, Guy 1972, '73, '74 

Demczuk. Bernard (Sonny) 1968. '69 

Dennis. Russell 1953, '54, '55 

Derrick, H. B. 1914, '15. '16 

DeStephano, Robert 1950. '51, '52 

Detko, Chester 1960, '61, '62 

Devon, Joe 1898 

DiCaprio, Richard 1973, '74 

Dick, Larry 1975. '77 

Dickey. Edmund 1900 

Dietrich, Leroy 1958, '59, '60 

Dill, Chris 1965 

Dill. John 1967, '68. '69 

DiOrio, Joe 1967. '68 

Dittmar. Jack 1941, '42 

Divito. Paul 1973. '74. '75 

Doak. Harry 1906, '07 

Dodson, Charlie 1927, '28, '29 

Dommic, Brian 1971 

Donofrio, Ralph 1966, '67 

Doory, Frank 1943, '44 

Dotter, Don 1977 

Douglas, John 1976, '77 

Drach, Joseph 1945, '46, '47 

Drass, Pat 1959. '60. '61 

Drimal. Chuck 1967 

Drozdof. Olaf 1962. '63, '64 

DuBois, Oscar 1942 

Dudish. Mickey 1976, '77 

Duley, Tom 1931 

Dunbar. Emmons 1900. '01. '02 

Dutton. Ken 1967. '68, '69 

DuVall, Mearle 1939, '40, '41 

Dwyer, Frank 1939 

Dyer, John 1968, '69, '70 

Dyson, Gene 1955 

"E" 
Farley. Harold 1949 
Edel, Sam T. 1919 
Ellinger, Charlie 1934, '35, '36 
Emrich. William 1971 
Ennis, Lou 1933, '34, '35 
Eppley, Geary (Swede) 1919, '20 
Erhard, Jerry 1970. '72 
Evans, Bill 1974, '75 
Evans, Clay 1907 



Evans, Francis 1945, '46, '47, '48 
Evans, William 1928, '29, '30 
Everson, William 1947, '48 

"F" 
Faber, Parker 1930, '31 
Faloney, Bernie 1951, '52, '53 
Farrell, Albert 1932 
Fastuca, Sal 1944 
Feher, Gene 1961, '62, '63 
Fehr, Walter 1945, '46 
Felton, Falph 1951, '52, '53 
Ferrante, Joe 1961, '62, '63 
Fesmeyer, Charles 1901, '02 
Fiedor, John 1973 
Fincke, Edward 1950 
Firor, Guy 1905. '06 
Fischer, Stanley 1952 
Fisher, Ralph 1973, '74, '75, '76 
Fisher, William 1930 
Fishman, Jerry 1963. '64 
Fitzpatrick. Paul 1967, '68, '69 
Fletcher, Andy 1916, '17 
Fletcher, Dwayne 1958, '59, '60 
Fletcher. Edward 1935, '36 
Flick, Paul 1942 
Flor, Tom 1957. '58. '59 
Flynn, Tim 1953, '54, '55 
Forbes, John 1957. '58 
Ford. James 1977 
Forrester. James 1937. '38 
Foster. Daniel 1975 
Fotta, Bill 1976 
Fox, Hank 1949. '50, '51 
Franklin, Jamie 1972, 75 
Frattaroh, Joe 1962, '64 
Friedgen, Ralph 1968 
Fries, Greg 1968, '69, '70 
Fritsch, John 1955, '56, '57 
Fritz, Emile 1945, '46 
Fromang, Steve 1970, '71, '72 
Fry, Clarence (Chick) 1949, '50, '51 
Fuller, Clifton 1892, '93, '94 
Fullerton, Ed 1950, '51. '52 
Fulton, Ed 1973, '74, '75, '76 
Funk, Mike 1962 
Furst, Walter 1911 

"G" 

Gaetz. Norman 1944 
Gaines. Mike 1970, '71, '72 
Gall, Ed 1977 
Gallagher. Bob 1958 
Gait, Pete 1905 
Gambino, Lu 1946, '47 
Garber, Chip 1975, '76, '77 
Gardi, Joe 1957. '58. '59 
Gareis. Hank 1967. '68, '69 
Garner, Enoch 1902 
Garrott, William 1933. '35 
Gawlick. Fred 1965. '66. '67 
Gayzur. Rudolph 1949 
Gebhardt, John 1967, '68 
Getz. Harry 1935 
Gibbons, Charles 1896, '97 
Gibson, Ray 1962 
Gienger, Craig 1970 
Gienger, George 1939, '40 
Gieula. Chester 1947. '48. '49. '50 
Gilbert. Herbert 1918, '19, '20. '21 
Gill. Vernon 1903. '04 
Gillespie, Bill 1967, '69 



69 



Gilmore, Ed 1962, '63 

Gilmore, Jack 1940, '42 

Glamp, Paul 1976 

Gleasner, Donald 1945 

Goldman, Luther 1933 

Goodman, Jim 1946, '47, '48 

Gormley, John 1934, '35, '36 

Grace, Mike 1966, '67, '68 

Graff, Gustavius 1892, '93 

Graham, Duey 1970 

Grant, Bill 1967, '68 

Grason, Andy 1898, '99 

Greene, Tony 1968, '69, '70 

Greer, William 1944, '45 

Gretz, Harry 1933 

Groves, John (Boots) 1919, "20, '21, '22, '23 

Guckeyson, Bill 1934, '35, '36 

Gunderman, Ed 1965, '66 

Gunderman, Tom 1957, '58, '59 

Gundry, Jesse 1921 

"H" 

Hacker, Bob 1959, '60, '61 

Hafer, Robert 1943 

Hagan, James 1977 

Hagerman, Tom 1942 

Haley, Bob 1967, '68 

Hall, Irving (Bottle) 1923, '24 

Hamilton, Fred 1955, '56, '57 

Hamley, James 1969 

Hannigan, John 1961, '62 

Hanulak, Chet 1951, '52, '53 

Harbert, Doug 1975, '76. ,77 

Harding, Samuel (Pop) 1892, '93, '94 

Hardisty, John 1899, 1900 

Harris, Derick 1974 

Harris, George 1893, '94 

Harris, Leon 1976 

Harrison, Roland 1892, '93, '94 

Hart, R. G. 1915 

Hatfield, Norm 1962, '63 

Hatter, Jim 1956, '57, '58 

Hatton, Hannibal 1905, '06 

Hawkins, Ralph 1956, '57 

Hayden, Courtney 1930, '31 

Hayman, Edgar 1904 

Headley, Coleman 1934, '35, '36 

Heagy, Al 1927, '28, '29 

Healy, Don 1955, '56, '57 

Healy, Jack 1955, '56 

Heffner, Fred 1952, '53 

Heine, George 1923, '24 

Heintz, William 1928, '29 

Helbock, Bill 1942 

Herzog, Fred 1924,'25 

Hetrick, John 1966 

Heuring, Ed 1954, '55, '56 

Heward, Harry 1894, '96 

Hewitt, Frederick 1937, '38 

Heyer, Frank 1940, '41 

Hickman, William 1943 

Hicks, Chaplain 1907, '08 

Hill, Darryl 1963 

Hillis, Robert 1943 

Hinebaugh, Wade 1896, '97 

Hindman, F. R. 1913, '14, '15 

Hines, Frank 1898, '99 

Hines, Frank Jr. 1932 

Hinkle, Monte 1971, '72, '73 

Hoch, Mike 1966 

Hoen, Ralph 1907, '08 



Hoen, Stanley 1908 
Hoffecker, Frank 1911, '12, '13 
Hoffman, Charles 1968, '69 
Hoffman, Edward 1943 
Hoffman, Herb 1952, '53, '54 
Hoge, Hamilton 1906 
Hons, Craig 1970 
Hoopengardner, Joe 1940, '42 
Hoover, Kim 1973, '74, '75 
Horning, Joe 1951, '52, '53, '54 
Hough, John 1922, '23, '24 
Hrezo, Joe 1960, '61, '62 
Hufman, Jack 1942 
Hughes, Leroy 1972, '73, '74, '75 
Humphries, Howard 1963, '64, '65 
Hunt, Max 1940 
Huntemann, Charles 1912, '13 
Hurd, Art 1951, '52 
Hurson, Edward 1943 
tttfi 

Idzik, John 1947, '48, '49, '50 
Iglehart, John 1905 
Imphong. Mike 1967 
Irvine, John 1952, '53, '54 

IIIM 

Jackson, Fred 1946 
James, Robert 1941, '42, '46 
Jameson, George 1906 
Jankowski, Gary 1960, '61, '62 
Jarmoska, George 1940, '41, '42 
Jennings, Ricky 1973, '74, '75 
Jernigan, Cy 1971, '73 
Johnson, Charles 1976, '77 
Johnson, Dave 1911, '12, '13 
Johnson, Ed 1965 
Johnston, Richard 1945, '46 
Jones, David 1971 
Jones, Stan 1951, '52, '53 
Joyce, Fred 1962, '63, '64 
Joyce, Jim 1957, '58, '59 
"K" 

Kane, Ed 1966, '67, '68 
Karangalen, Peter 1943 
Karnash, Stanley 1948, '49, '50 
Kaufman, Norman 1959, '60 
Kecman, Dan 1967, '68, '69 
Keith, Jeff 1949, '51 
Keenan, Charles 1930, '31, '32 
Keenan, John 1926, '27, '28 
Kefauver, Harry 1898, '99 
Kelly, Harold 1970 
Kemp, William 1909, '10, '11 
Kenley, Frank 1896, '97, '98 
Kenny, John 1964, '65 
Kensler, Ed 1948, '49, '50, '51 
Kern, Fred 1957, '58 
Kershner, Ted 1956, '57, '58 
Kessler, Gordon 1926, '27, '28 
Kichman, Charles 1956 
Kiernan, Paul 1931, '32 
Kilgallen, Jim 1953 
Kinard, Ben 1973, '74 
King, John 1968, '69 
Kinney, Eugene 1945, '46, '47, '48 
Kinney, Vince 1975, '76, '77 
Kirchiro, Bill 1959, '60, '61 
Kishpaugh, W. M. 1913, '14, '15, '16 
Klaube, Ted 1975, '76, '77 
Klingerman, Doug 1964, '65 



Kloppmeyer, Charles 1906 

Knode, Bobby 1916, '17, '18, '19 

Knode, Ken 1911, '12, '13, '14, '15 

Koehler, Hugh (Pop) 1909, '10, '11, '12 

Koelle, Raymond 1930, '31 

Kolarac, George 1954, '55, '56 

Kolmo, Bill 1956 

Kolodne, Walter 1943 

Koprowski, Marion 1973, '74, '75 

Koziol, Steve 1976, '77 

Krahling, Chick 1964, '65 

Krajcovic, Jess 1929, '30, '31 

Kramer, Marvin 1949, '50 

Kramer, Paul 1953 

Krouse, Bill 1939, '40 

Krouse, Raymond 1947, '48, '49. '50 

Kubany, Glenn 1968, '69 

Kuchta, Joe 1948, '49, '50 

Kurz, Jim 1946 

lit II 

Ladygo, Peter 1950, '51 
LaHayne, Alfred 1975 
Landolt, Dean 1968 
Laneve, Ron 1957, '58 
Lange, Robert 1973, '74 
Lanigan, Pat 1924, '25 
Larkin. Edward 1971 
LaRue, James 1947, '48, '49 
Lary, Ralph 1977 
Latham, Ector 1922, '23 
Lattimer, Charles 1951, '52, '53 
Laughery, Bob 1952 
Lavine, Stanford 1948, '49 
Lavrusky, Jim 1965, '66, '67 
Lawerence, George 1938, '39 
Lawerence, James 1968 
Lawson, J. W. 1892 
Layman, Bob 1956, '57, '58 
Lazaro, Bill 1958, '59 
Lazzarino, Joe 1954, '55 
Leatherman, John 1926 
LeGore, Walter 1904 
Lewis, Dickie 1956, '57, '58 
Lewis, Gomer 1924 
Lewis, Grenville 1894, '96 
Lewis, Ron 1962, '63 
Liebold, Leiand 1952 
Lillibridge, John 1896, '97 
Lilly, Hank 1963 
Lindsay, Paul 1951 
Linkous, Fred 1925, '26, '27 
Lishack, Michael 1971 
Lloyd, Edward 1938, '39 
Lombard, Henry 1928, '29 
Loncar, Ed 1977 
Loomis, Lynn 1912, '13 
Lovett, Billy 1966, '67, '68 
Luckey, George 1923, '24 
Lumsden, Milton 1939, '40 
Lunn, Cameron (Tubby) 1906, '07 
Lutz, James 1943 

"M" 

MacBride, Bob 1969, '70 

MacDonald, Alexander 1916, '17, '19, '20 

MacDonald, John 1932 

Mace, Ron 1962 

Mackall, Thomas 1904, '05, '06, '07 

Mackert, Roy 1919, '20 



70 



Maddox, Alvin 1976, 77 
Madigan, George 1928, 79 
Mahnic, Robert 1969, 70 
Mam, Wilbur 1956, '57 
Makar, lames 1943 
Malet/ky, Bill 1951, '52 
Mallonee, Lloyd 1942 
Manges, Mark 1974, '75, '76, '77 
Marchefto, Peter 1977 
Marcmiak, Walt 1964, '65 
Markoe, Dave 1964 
Marshall, Larry 1969, '70, '71 
Martell, James 1970, '71, '72 
Martin, Andy 1963, '64 
Martin, Bill 1957, '58 
Martin, Ctiarles 1963, '64 
Martine, Roy 1950, '51 
Massey, Paul 1946 
Massey, Tom 1898 
Massie, Leonard 1969, 70, 71 
Matera, Brian 1977 
Matthews, J. Marsh 1900, '01, '02 
Mattia, Peter 1968, '69, '70 
May, Charlie 1929, '31 
Mayer, George 1904 
Mayhew, John 1932 
Mayo, Edmund 1903 
McCarthy, John 1936, '37 
McCarthy, Joseph 1944, '45 
McCarthy, Patrick 1943, '46 
McCaw, Stewart 1934 
McDonald, John 1927, '28, '29 
McFadden, Earl 1943 
McHugh, Thomas 1947, '48, '49, '50 
McLaughlin, Tom 1935 
McLukie, Tom 1952, '53, '54 
McManus. Edward 1970, '71 
McNeil, Paul 1940 
McNutf. Alonzo 1905 
McQuade, Jack 1921, '22, '23 
McQuade, Thomas 1949 
McQueen, Lone 1964, '65 
McQuown, Wymand 1964, '65, '66 
McVicker, John 1955 
Meade, Jim 1936. '37 
Meister, Bill 1968, '69, '71 
Melcher, Dick 1963, '65 
Melcher. Mick 1963, '64, '65 
Merritt, Roland 1968, '69 
Mess, R. W. 1913, '14 
Michael, R. M. 1916 
Mier. Jack 1941, '42 
Mike-Mayer, Steve 1972, '73, '74 
Miller, Charlie 1929 
Miller, Chris 1973, '74 
Miller, Gary 1963 
Miller, Mike 1975. '76 
Miller, Tom 1969, '70, '71 
Miloszewski, John 1966 
Minion, Ed 1933, '34, '35 
Mitchell, Hanson 1896 
Mitchell, John 1931, '32 
Mitchell, Parker 1892, '93 
Mitchell, Walter 1900, '01, '02, '03 
Modzelewski, Dick 1950, '51, '52 
Modzelewski, Edward 1949, '50, '51 
Molster. James 1947 
Molster, Charley 1918 
Mona, Joe 1959, '61, '62 
Mondorff, Pershing 1937, '39 



Mont, Tom 1941, '42, '46 
Montgomery, Tom 1913 
Moore, Eric 1970 
Moore, John 1919, '20, '21, '22 
Moran, J. Patrick 1944 
Morgan, Bob 1951, '52, '53 
Morhinweg, Fred 1917 
Morris, Scott 1943 
Morris, William (Country) 1912, '13 
Morrison, Clark 1921 
Mortensen, Carl 1966 
Morter, LaRoy 1945, '46 
Morton, John 1939, '40, '41 
Moss, Charles 1976 
Moss, Joseph 1949, '50, '51 
Mudd, Khostka 1909, '10, '11 
Mueller, John 1940 
Mueller, Leo 1938, '39, '40 
Muffler, Joe 1976, '77 
Mulhkin, Clarence 1894 
Murphy, Bill 1972, '73 
Murphy, Joe 1939, '40 
Murphy, Scott 1975 
Myers, Dutch 1918, '19 
Myrtle, Chip 1964, '65, '66 
Myslinski, Tom 1965, '66, '67 

"N" 

Nairn, Roland 1950 

Nalewak, Ron 1964, '65 

Nardo, Anthony 1942 

Nardo, Dave 1962, '63 

Nash, John 1973, '74, '75 

Navarro, Frank 1950, '51, '52 

Naylor, Ralph 1900, '01, '02 

Nelligan, Bert 1896 

Nelson, Richard 1932, '33, '34 

Nesbit, Andy 1918, '19, '20, '21, '22 

Nestor, Paul 1951, '52 

Neville, Al 1971, '72, '73 

Nick, Glenn 1977 

Nickia, Ed 1958 

Nolan, Dick 1952, '53 

Norris. John 1930, '31 

Novak, Dick 1959, '60, '61 

Nusz, Dave 1953, '54, '55 



Oberlin, Lyman 1914, '15, '16 
Ochap, Gene 1974, '75, '76 
O'Connor Ed 1952 
Odell, Dave 1976 
O'Donnell, Dick 1954 
Oertly, Fred 1893 
O'Hara, Dennis 1968, '69, '71 
Oifebeson, Whitney 1915 
Olecki, Bruce 1967, '69 
OIkewicz, Neal 1976, '77 
Osborn, Downey 1923, '24 
Osier, Jerry 1962 
Owen, Norman 1943 



Pagannucci, Romeo 1919, '20, '21 
Page, Calvin 1901 
Palahunik. George 1952, '53, '54 
Palmer, Bruce 1976, '77 
Pancza, Joe 1967 
Parker, Alvin 1924. '25 
Parsons, Jim 1952, '53. '54, '55 
Parsons. John 1926. '27 



Pastrana, Alan 1965, '66, '68 

Pearson, Ron 1966, '67, '68 

Pease, Al 1929, '30, '31 

Pelanda, Michael 1977 

Pellegrini, Bob 1953, '54, '55 

Pennington, Victor 1914 

Perlo, Phil 1955, '57 

Peters, Francis 1898, '99, 1900 

Petronaci, John 1971 

Petruzzo, Joseph 1950, '51 

Petry, Phil 1964, '65 

Pettit, Bill 1964 

Phillips, Al 1946, '47, '48 

Pietrowski, Joseph 1945 

Piker, Robert 1945 

Pinck, Guy 1904 

Piper, Dan 1960, '61, '62 

Pirronello, William 1943 

Pitzer, John 1930 

Plasnig, Dutch 1921 

Plevin, Tom 1966, '67, '68 

Pobiak, Ed 1948, '49, '50 

Poling, William 1945, '46 

Pollock, George (Rosy) 1921, '22, '23 

Polyanski, Stan 1955 

Poniatowski, Hank 1959, '60, '61 

Poppelman, Ray 1930, '31, '32 

Posey, Gilbert 1909, '10, '11 

Posey, Walter 1913, '14, '15, '16, '17 

Pouleur, A. L. 1902, '03 

Prough, Pearse 1892, '93 

Psira, Ken 1960 

Pue, Dick 1892, '93 

Pugh, Charlie 1927 

Pugh, Ed 1921, '22, '23, '24 

Purvis, Bart 1971, '72, '73 



Queen, C. J. 1896 



"R" 



Raba, Robert 1973, '74, '75, '76 
Radice, Julie 1928, '29 
Rae, Tom 1960, '61, '62 
Raedy, Mike 1918, '19 
Rathff, Don 1970, '71, '72 
Reilly, Charles 1969, '70, '71 
Reilly, Jack 1960 
Reitz, Mike 1972 
Rhodes, Don 1977 
Ribnitzki, Fred 1929 
Rich, M. N. 1915, '16 
Richads, Dean 1975, '76. '77 
Richey, James 1975 
Ridgely, Charles 1897 
Rigby, Elmer 1940, '41, '42 
Riggieman, Mickey 1972, '73 
Riggs, M. Talbot 1919 
Roberts, Augie 1927, '29, '29 
Roberts, George 1928 
Roberts, Guy 1969, '70, '71 
Robertson, Gilbert 1899 
Rock, Walter 1960, '61, '62 
Rock, Wilbur 1943, '44 
Rog, Ed 1962 

Rogers, Stan 1972, '73, '74 
Rollins, W. T. 1892, '93, '94 
Romano, Frank 1972, '73, '74 
Rooney, Thomas 1930 
Rosenthal, Malcolm 1944 
Roth, Earl 1947, '48, '49 



71 



Roulette, Robert 1948, '49 
Rowden, Jake 1947, '48, '49, '50 
Roy, Ken 1973, '74, '75, '76 
Ruff, Seymour 1912, '13, '14 
Ruffner, Robert 1905, '06 '07 
Rusevlyan, Bob 1956, '57, '58 
Russell, Frank 1972, '73, '74 
Ryan, Cfiarley 1943 

"S" 

Sactis, George 1933, '34, '35 

Salley, Ernie 1974, '75, '76, '77 

Sandusky, Mike 1954, '55, '56 

Sankovich, Tom 1959, '60, '61 

Santa, Jim 1972, '73, '74 

Santacroce, Leonard 1970 

Santy, Tony 1965, '66, '67 

Sappington, Earl 1899 

Saunders, Oswald 1908, '09 

Scarbath, Dick 1958 

Scarbath, Jack 1950, '51, '52 

Sctiaefer, Rich 1963, '64 

Schick, Tom 1973, '74, '76 

Schmaltz, Richard 1974, '76 

Schnebley, Robert 1942 

Schneider, Leroy 1943 

Schoenherr, Charley 1943 

Schrecongost, John 1945 

Schroy, Ken 1972, '73, '74 

Schultz, Ferdinand 1945 

Schultz, John 1973, '74, '75 

Schwartz, Robert 1975 

Schwartz, Vic 1957, '58, '59 

Schwarz, Edward 1945, '46, '47, '48 

Schwarz, Kurt 1957, '58, '59 

Scioscia, Karney 1949, '50, '51 

Scott, George 1976, '77 

Scott, Ken 1971, '72, '73 

Scott, Vincent 1958, '59, '60 

Scotti, Ben 1956, '57, '58 

Scotti, Tony 1958 

Seder, Larry 1975, '76, '77 

Seibert, Vernon 1946, '47, '48, '49 

Selep, Tom 1954, '56 

Semler, Eddie 1920, '21, '22 

Settino, Joe 1931 

Seymore, Art 1970, '71, '72 

Shaffer, Dick 1939, '40 

Shaffer, James 1976, '77 

Shaffer, Ron 1957, '58, '59 

Shamberger, D. F. 1898 

Shank H. A. 1915 

Shank, Scott 1969, '70, '71 

Sharkey, Jack 1975 

Sharpless, Rod 1973, '74 

Shaughnessy, Emmett 1946 

Shelton, Carl 1970, '71 

Shemonski, Bob 1949, '50, '51 

Sherman, Franklin 1896 

Sherman, Henry 1893 

Shihda, George 1973, '74, '75 

Shiner, Dick 1961, '62, '63 

Shipley, Burt 1908, '09, '10, '11, '12, '13 

Shipley, James 1897, '98 

Shipley, Richard 1952, '53, '54 

Shoals, Roger 1960, '61, '62 

Shockey, Don 1940 

Shugars, Jeff 1969, 70, '71 

Sievers, Eric 1976, '77 

Silvester, Edward 1909 

Silvester, Lindsay 1908, '09 



Simler, George 1946, '47 
Simoldoni, Joe 1965, '66 
Simon, Mike 1976, '77 
Simpson, John 1932, '33, '34 
Simpson, Mike 1962 
Sikarda, Jim 1955, '56 
Skinner, W. W. 1892 
Skotnicki, Frank 1937, '38, '39 
Slaninka, Richard 1968, '69, '70 
Smith, Blair 1935, '36, '37 
Smith, Bob 1939, '40 
Smith, Bob 1972, '73, '74 
Smith, Eager 1899 
Smith, Jamie 1916 
Smith, Ken 1960, '61, '62 
Smith, Les 1944, '45 
Smith, Wesley 1902, '04 
Sniscak, Bernie 1946 
Snyder, Gerald 1926, '27, '28 
Snyder, Leo 1917, '18, '20 
Snyder, Robert 1933 
Sochko, Mike 1975, '76, '77 
Sonntag, Ralph 1967, '68, '69 
Soporowski, Raymond 1969, '70, '71 
Sothoron, Norwood 1932, '34 
Speer, Talbot 1915 
Springer, Bruce 1965 
Stabler, Sydney 1909 
Staia, Dom 1952 
Staifort, Carl 1933, '34, '35 
Stalnaker, Wally 1967, '68, '69 
Stanford, John 1975, '76, '77 
Stankus, Ray 1951, '52 
Stefl, Tom 1955, '56, '57 
Sterner, Ted 1969, '70, '71 
Stem, George 1964, '65 
Steppe, Bill 1957, '58 
Stern, George 1963 
Stevens, Jimmy 1917 
Stevens, Myron 1925, '26 
Stewart, Larry 1977 
Stickel, Lou 1965, '66, '67 
Stoli, Wilbur 1901, '02, '03, '04 
Stonebraker, Jack 1934, '35 
Stuart, Adam 1946 
Stubbs, J. S. 1916, '17, '18 
Stubljar, Mike 1967, '68, '69 
Stull, James 1967, '69 
Suchy, Bob 1955, '56 
Sukeena, Dick 1961 
Sullivan, Bob 1963, '64, '65 
Sullivan, Jerry 1917, '18, '19, '20 
Supplee, Bill 1923, '24, '25 
Surgent, Mike 1935, '36, '37 
Symons, Thomas 1898, '99 

"T" 

Tamburello, Frank 1954, '55 

Tarbutton, Clyde 1914, '15, '16 

Targarona, Jack 1949, '50 

Tate, Darnell 1970 

Tauszky, Carroll 1907 

Teraney, Edward 1925, '26 

Terry, Richard 1943 

Teslovitch, Michael 1943 

Thomas, A! 1968, '69, '70 

Thomas, Lewis (Knocky) 1925, '26, '27 

Tiesi, James 1970, '71 

Tine, Chuck 1965, '66, '67 

Toler. Dick 1945 

Tonetti, Paul 1955, '56, '57 



Torain, Ernie 1965, '66, '68 
Trachy, John 1964, '65, '66 
Trax G. P. 1910, '11 
Troha, John 1947, '48, '49, '50 
Troll, Robert 1943, '44 
Troxell, Walter 1925 
Trust, Don 1960 
Tucker, Hubert 1942 
Tucker, Joe 1947, '48, '49 
Tucker, Robert 1970, '71, '72 
Tullai, Fred 1955 
Turner, Bill 1955, '56, '57 
Turner, J. M. 1901 
Turyn, Vic 1945, '46, '47, '48 
Tuschak, Richard 1943 
Tweedy, James 1970, '71, '72 

"U" 

Ulam, James 1977 
Ulam, Pat 1972, '73, '74 
Ulman, Bernie 1939, '40, '41 
Underwood, Eddie 1900 

"V" 

Van Heusen, Billy 1965, '66, '67 
Van Horn, Marlin 1977 
Van Reenan, Don 1960 
Van Sickler, Gary 1968, '69 
Vellano, Paul 1971, '72, '73 
Veradi, Gene 1957, '58, '59 
Vereb, Ed 1953, '54, '55 
Vesce, John 1973, '74 
Vince, Larry 1966, '68 
Vincent, Reginald 1940, '41, '42 
Vincent, Rufus 1932 
Visaggio, Dave 1972, '73, '74 
Vucin, Milan 1964, '65, '66 

"W" 

Waganheim, Phil 1973, 74 
Walker, Bill 1953, '54, '55 
Walker, Clarence 1894 
Walker, Frank 1900 
Waller, Ron 1952, '53, '54 
Walter, John 1920 
Walters, Harry 1973, '74 
Walton, Robert 1936, '37 
Ward, Bob 1948, '49, '50, '51 
Ward, Chris 1976, '77 
Ward, Frank 1908, '09 
Ward, Kevin 1972, '73 
Warfield, Jack 1939 
Warfield, Joshua 1900, '01 
Waters, Jean 1954, '55, '56 
Waters, John 1924, '25 
Watkins, Ben 1896 
Watkins, James 1970, 71 
Watson, Ken 1976, '77 
Watts, Harry 1901, '02, '03 
Webb, Thomas 1932, '33 
Webster, Fletcher 1903 
Weiciecowski, John 1953 
Weidener, Fred 1939 
Weidensaul, Lou 1951, '52 
Weidinger, Charlie 1936, '37, '38 
Weimer, Clay 1892, '93 
Weiss, Don 1972, '73 
Welsh, George 1899 
Wentworth, George 1903 
Werner, Hubert 1942, '47. '48 
Wethington, Ray 1970, '71, '72 



72 



Wharton, Al 1954, '55, '56 
Wharton, Jim 1939, '41 
Wharton, Thomas 1893, '94 
Whelchel, David 1925 
White, Charles 1911 
White, Charles 1975, '76, '77 
White, Donald 1962 
White, F. M. 1908 
White, Floyd 1970, '71 
White, Henry 1912 
White, Randy 1972, '73. '74 
White, Walter 1973, '74 
White, Wellstood 1904 
Widmyer, Earl 1932, '33, '34 
Wikander, Gary 1961 
Williamowsky, William 1943 
Williams, Avy 1915, '16 



Williams, E. P. 1910, '11, '12, '13 
Willis, Vic 1934, '35, '36 
Wilson, Len 1912 
Wilson, Roger 1905, '06, '07 
Wilson, Tim 1974, '75, '76 
Wingate, Elmer 1947, '48, '49, '50 
Winslow, J. L. 1903 
Wolfe, Percy 1943 
Wolfe, William 1935, '36, '37 
Wondrack, Arthur 1926, '27, '28 
Wood, William 1930, '32 
Woods, Al 1930, '31, '32 
Woodward, A. N. 1910 
Woofers, William 1892, '93, '94 
Worfhington, Arthur 1892 
Wright, Jack 1941, '42, '46 
Wyatt, Kervin 1976, '77 



Wyres, James 1970, '71 
"Y" 

Yarnell, Dennis 1971 

Yeager, Charles (Buddy) 1933, '34, "35 

Yeates, iVIike 1975, '76, '77 

York, Bob 1964, '65, '66 

Young, Walter 1921, '22, '23 

Younge, Joe 1972, '74, '75 

"Z" 

Zachary, Pete 1973, '74, '76 
Zannoni, Steve 1972, '73, '74 
Zernhelt, John 1974, '76, '77 
Zefts, Michael 1943 
Zulick, Charlie 1936 
Zuhck, Earl 1925, '26, '27 



THE COACHES AWARDS 



OFFENSIVE BACK 

1952 Chester Hamilak — HB 

1953 Ralph Felton — FB 

1954 Ron Waller — HB 

1955 F,<1 Vereb — HB 

1956 Fred Hainlltori — HB 

1957 Bob Rusevlyan — QB 

1958 Bob Rusevlyan — QB 

1959 Jim Jovce — FB 

1960 Dale Bettv — QB 

1961 Dick Shiner — QB 

1962 Tom Brown — HB 

1963 Dick. Shiner — QB 

1964 Tom Hickev — TB 

1965 Walt Marciniak — FB 

1966 Alan Pastrana — QB 

1967 BiUv Lovett — FB 

1968 Blllv l.ovett — FB 

1969 Tom Miller — FB 

1970 Art Sevmorc — HB 

1971 Al Neville — QB 

1972 Bob Avellini — QB 

1973 Louis Carter — TB 

1974 Louis Carter — TB 

1975 John Schultz — WB 

1976 Mark Manses — QB 

1977 Larry Dick — QB 
George Scott — HB 



OFFENSIVE LINEMAN 

Tom Cosgrove — C 
Marty Crytzer — E 
Jat k Bo\\ersox — G 
Russell Dennis — E 
Al Wharton — T 
Torn (iundernian — G 
Fred C:ole — T 
Toiri (iunderman — G 
Hob Hacker — C 
Roger Shoals — T 
Roger Shoals — T 
Gene Feher — C 
Joe Fratar(^h — G 
Matt Arbutina — T 
Tom Cithowski — T 
Ron Pearson — G 
Bill Meister — G 
Bill Meister — G 
Pat Burke — G 
Tim Brannan — G 
Tim Brannan — G 
Bart Purvis — (i 
Stan Rogers — T 
Marion Koprouski — T 
Ed Fulton — C; 
Tom Schick — T 
Mike Yeates — • G 



DEFENSIVE BACK 

Ed Fullerton — HB 
Dick Nolan — HB 
Joe Horning — HB 
i.vnn Beightol — QB 
Bob Rusevlyan — QB 
Bob Layman — HB 
J nil Jo>ce — FB 
Duayne Fletcher — QB 
Jim Da\ idson — QB 
Tom Bro\\n — HB 
Joe Hrezo — FB 
Ernie Arizzi — HB 
Bob Sullivan — HB 
Fred Cooper — HB 
Lou Stickel — HB 
Bob Colbert — HB 
Kenny Dutton — HB 
Tony Greene — S 
Tonv Greene — S 
Larrv Marshall — HB 
Bob Smith — S 
Harry Walters — LB 
Harry Walters — LB 
Kevin Benson — LB 
Brad Carr — LB 

Brad Carr — LB 



DEFENSIVE LINEMAN 

John Alderman — E 
Bob Morgan — T 
Tom McLuckie — G 
Mike Sandusky — T 
Mike Sandusky — T 
Rod Brecdlove — G 
Ben Scott i — E 
Rod Breedlove — G 
Tom Sanko\ ich — T 
Da\c Crossan — T 
Walter Rock — G 
Joe Ferrante — C, 
Olaf Drozdov — T 
Larry Bagranoff — T 
Jim Lavrusky — LB 
Slike Grace — G 
Henrv Gareis — E 
Peter Mattia — T 
(juy Roberts — E 
Chris Coudrey — E 
Paul \ ellano — G 
Randv White — T 
Randv White — T 
Paul Divito — G 
Joe Campbell — T 

Ted Klaube — G 





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TMRRAPiN NOTES 



TAILBACK-FULLBACK GEORGE SCOTT closed 
out the 1977 season with a three game rushing jserform- 
ance never equaled in Terrapin football history. Scott 
carried tlie ball 108 times in the three games for 581 
yards. With the first two tailbacks injured, Scott moved 
back from fullback in the "Multiple Eye" and set school 
records for carries (42) and yards (237) against Villano- 
va, followed with 35 carries for 171 yards against Rich- 
mond and then added 173 yards on 31 carries against 
Virginia. For the regular season Scott finished with 188 
carries for 894 yards and a 4.8 yard average per carry. 
He also had a 124 yard performance against Virginia in 
the 1976 final game as a freshman with the same two 
tailbacks injured. He added 75 yards on 24 carries in 
the 1977 Hall of Fame Classic game against Mninesota 
as Maryland won 17-7 with Scott scoring both Terrapin 
touchdowns. 



100 YARD GAMES RUSHING — Three running 
backs on the 1978 Maryland roster have recorded a total 
of 15 games with 100 or more yards rushing from the 
tailback slot. The total includes two record games of 
over 200 yards with Steve Atkins establishing a school 
record in 1976 and George Scott breaking the mark in 
1977. 



237 by 
215 by 
173 by 
171 by 
169 by 
142 by 
138 by 
133 by 
132 by 
129 by 
127 by 
126 by 
124 by 
116 by 
113 by 



George Scott on 42 carries vs Villanova, 1977 
Steve Atkins on 29 carries vs Syracuse, 1976 
George Scott on 31 carries vs Virginia, 1977 
George Scott on 35 carries vs Richmond, 1977 
Steve Atkins on 20 carries vs Richmond, 1976 
Steve Atkins on 29 carries vs Wake Forest, 1977 
Alvin Maddox on 21 carries vs N. C. State, 1976 
Steve Atkins on 23 carries vs West Virginia, 1976 
Alvin Maddox on 21 carries vs Clemson, 1976 
Alvin Maddox on 27 carries vs Kentucky, 1976 
Steve Atkins on 20 carries vs Florida, 1975 
Steve Atkins on 10 carries vs Virginia, 1975 
George Scott on 21 carries vs Virginia, 1976 
Steve Atkins on 27 carries vs Duke, 1977 
Alvin Maddox on 26 carries vs N.C. State, 1977 



277 yards through the air. Dick hit 12 of 15 attempts 
against Duke for 249 yards and 18 of 24 against West 
Virginia for 235 yards. The Terps also hit for 201 yards 
passing against Clemson as Dick came off the bench to 
hit five of seven attempts for 118 yards and a pair of 
second half touchdowns. 

LEAGUE'S. SCORING LEADERS — Terps led die 
ACC in scoring for the second consecutive year with 
21.5 points a game in 1977 after hitting 24.8 in 1976. 
The top five point producers return for 1978, led by 
Steve Atkins with 54 points on nine touchdown runs last 
fall. Atkins has scored 126 points on 21 touchdown 
runs in three years. George Scott has added 72 p)oints 
in two years on 1 1 touchdown runs and a pass reception. 
Dean Richards has six scoring runs and three pass 
receptions. Scott added two touchdowns not included in 
his statistics in the Hall of Fame Classic last December. 

ACC RECORD WINNING STREAK — When Larry 
Dick came off the bench to lead Maryland to a 21-14 
win over Clemson, opening the 1977 season, the Terra- 
pins were winning their twenty-first consecutive league 
game. The 24-20 loss to North Carolina State in Raleigh 
ended the record streak at 21. The Terps had ended 
the 15 game winning streak by North Carolina with a 
23-3 upset in Chapel Hill in 1973 and started their own 
streak the same year. 

FIVE TERP DEFENDERS ON ALL-ACC ACA- 
DEMIC Five members of Maryland's defensive unit 

were named to the All- ACC Academic team in 1977. 
Three members of the secondary, Jonathan Claiborne, 
Ralph Lary and Chris Ward joined End Joe Muffler 
and Tackle Ken Watson on the all-star unit. Four were 
eligible for competition in 1978, but Watson graduated 
with a year's eligibility remaining. Claiborne and Muffler 
gained Ail-American honors for their classroom work. 

TERPS FINISH STRONG — In Coach Jerry Clai- 
borne's first year at College Park the Terps came up 
with a surprising 5-5-1 season after seven consecutive 
losing seasons. Miami prevented a winning season in the 
final game but the Terps have not lost the final game 
of the season since. 

In 1973 the Terps won the final three games and five 
of the last six to gain the Peach Bowl bid. 

In 1974 Maryland again won the final three games 
and seven of the last eight to pick up the Liberty Bowl 
berth. 



LEAGUE'S LEADING PASSING GAME — Maryland 
led the ACC in Passing Offense in 1977 with 162.9 
yards a game while completing 53 [)ercent of the passes 
attempted for 1,792 yards. Larry Dick and Mark Manges 
shared tlie passing against Penn State wliile hitting for 




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In 1973 llic Tcrps once aj;alii won llic fiii.il llircc 
games and suffered only one loss in llic l.isl nine cnroiilc 
to an 8-2-1 season and llie (iaior H()\\l. 

1 lien ni 197() Claihoriie s rci[)s won all 1 I rc^^iil.ir 
season games, the first Mar)l.in(l team to win 1 1 games 
in a season, and recorded sliiiloiii.s in the final tlirec 
games. Tiie team then went to the (Cotton Howl. 

In 1977 the Terps hoiinced hack after a 1-3 start 
winning six of the last se'ven games and the last three 
to gain tiieir fifth conseculne iiowi iiid. Thus in five 
of (.laii)orne\ six years at Maryland the Tcrps have won 
the final tiiree games of the season and gained a howl 
bid each time. The 1977 team defeated Minnesota 17-7 
in tlie initial Hall of Fame Classic in Birmingham, 
Alabama. 

OPKNING G.\ME VICTORIF.S - jerry Claiborne's 
Terps have won their last three season o{>eners with 
victories over Clemson (21-14) Richmond (31-7) and 
Villanova (41-0). Prior to Claiborne's arrival in College 
Park, the Terps had dropix'd the o|)ening game in six 
consecutive years. In his first game Claiborne gained a 
24-24 tie in Raleigh and then dropped two openers to 
Alabama (16-21) and West Virginia (13-20) and now 
has a 3-2-1 record in 0{)ening games, a big improvement 
over the 1-8 record the Terps had in the nine years 
prior to his arrival. 

LEADING RUNNERS RETURN — The Ter}:.s have 
three ball carriers returning for 1978 who have led the 
team in rushing. Steve Atkins led the Terps in 1975 
with 491 yards, while Alvin Maddox was the 1976 leader 
with 678 and George Scott led in 1977 widi 894. Atkins 
was second in '76 vvitli 621 yards and also second in '77 
with 598 yards. Atkins has added 127 yards in the 
Gator Bowl and Scott 122 in the Cotton and Hall of 
Fame togedier while Maddox has picked up 30 yards 
in the two bo\\l games. 

DE.\N RICHARDS TOP RECEIVER — Dean Rich- 
ards, a three year lettemian wingback, is one of the top 
two receivers returning in the ACC for 1978. Richards 
had 23 receptions for 370 yards and one touchdown in 
'77 after grabbing 15 for 190 yards and a pair of scores 
in '76. He also added three catches in the Cotton Bowl 
game and caught four for 58 yards as a freshman. For 
his career he has caught 45 passes for 658 yards and 
three touchdowns, returned 45 punts for 6.5 yards a 
return and completed two of three passes for 13 yards 
and a touchdown. He caught nine passes for a school 
record, 160 yards against Penn State last fall with six 
of his catches coming in the fourth quarter. All of his 23 
receptions came in seven games last fall as he caught 
two in each of five games, four against West Virginia and 
the nine against Penn State. He missed die \'illanova 
game with an injury. 

RECEIVER .AT TIGHT END — Eric Sievers. a 
junior who has lettered twice, caught 16 passes for 300 
yards last fall and dien added a 57 yard reception in the 
Hall of Fame Classic. Sievers caught a pass in nine of the 
11 regular season games including a 61 yard gain 
against Duke, 43 against Villanova and 35 against Vir- 
ginia. He fractured his ankle on the 57 yard play in the 
Bowl game last fall. .\s a freshman he caught his first 
collegiate pass in the C^itton Bowl, a 17 yard gain on 
fourth and 14 and on die ne.xt play caught an 11 yard 
scoring pass. 



IDCR ^■^,^R I.EITERMF.N - since the new fresh- 
iii.in cligil)l( rule became effective in 1972 the Terrapins 
lia\e listed 10 four year lettermen. The first twrj were 
Kevin Benson, a four year starter at linebacker, and 
LeRoy Hughes a tailback who later moved to defensive 
end. In 1976 fi\e more Claiborne recruits joined tlic 
list in Defensive Tackles joe (;am|)bell and Ral()h 
Fisher, Offensive Guard I'xl Fulton, Tigfit End Bob 
Raba and Defensive Back Ken Roy who also started out 
as a tailback. Quarterback Mark Manges, Linebacker 
Brad Carr and Defensi\e "Fa( kle Ernie Salley each picked 
up their fourth letter last fall. Steve Atkins and Dean 
Richards, both in the ()ffensi\e backfield, arc eligible 
for their fourth letter this fall. 



FRESHMEN ON V.ARSITV — During die six years 
the new freshman rule has been in effect Coach Jerry 
Claiborne lias suited up 54 freshmen with the varsity 
and 43 have participated on bowl teams over the past 
five years. Bruce Byrom. Fxlward Gall and Ralj)h Lary III 
earned their first letters with freshman status on die 1977 
Hall of Fame Classic team. 




\'ARSIT\- LETTERMEX AS FRESHMEN — Ten 
members of the 1978 Terrapins are eligible to become 
four year lettermen. Senior Steve Atkins and Dean 
Richards have cached earned three letters and could 
be starters again this fall. Juniors Lloyd Burruss, George 
Scott, Jimmy Shaffer, Eric Sievers. and Ker\in Wyatt 
have each earned a pair of letters. They are joined by 
Bruce Byrom, Edward Gall and Ralph Lary III. 

CLAIBORNE TOPS LEAGUE COACHES — Mary- 
land Coach Jerr\' Claiborne is the Dean of the ACC 
coaches although Dukes Mike McGee has one more 
year in the league. Claiborne has won 110 games (110- 
59-4) more than double the 41 by Clemson's Charley 
Pell and 36 by McGee. 

Claiborne has won 49 (49-20-2) in his six years in 
the ACC while McGee has 33 victories (33-40-4) in 
his seven years. 

Against ACC opponents Claiborne has won 28 games 
(28-5-1) while McGee has 15 wins (15-21-4) and "Bo" 
Rein 6 with a 6-4 two year record. Charley Pell was 
4-1-1 in his first year in the league while Dick Cruni 
and John Macko\4c are both newcomers to the ACC. 



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SCORING-DEFENSE BY QUARTERS — During 
Maryland's five conseciiti\e Bowl seasons the Terps have 
outscored opponents by 200 points in each of tlie last 
three quarters. The second quarter has been most pro- 
ductive for the Terps witii 455 points while the defense 
has held opponents to only 115 points in the diird 
quarter. In die 60 games played during die five years 
the Terps have outscored the opposition 1511 to 689. 
While the opponents have scored 400 first half points 
they have picked up only 289 in the second half. During 
die five years die Terps have averaged 25.2 points a 
game to 11.5 for the opposition. Opponents have 
averaged only 4.8 points a game in the second half. The 
five year, 60 game, comparison. 

OPPOMENTS 199 201 115 174—689 

MARYLAND 302 455 380 374—1511 

FEW FUMBLES BY TERPS — The Terps did not 
lose a fumble in five of die 11 regular season games last 
fall. The Terps did not have a fumble in the Penn 
State. Syracuse or Duke games and did not lose the ball 
against Wake Forest or Clemson despite one fumble 
against the Deacons and t«'0 against the Tigers. In com- 
parison the Terps recovered fumbles by the opponents 
in nine of die 1 1 games as Richmond and Penn State 
each recovered dieir single fumbles. 



BOWL OPPORTUNITY FOR EVERYONE — Every 
player Jerry Claiborne has recruited since his arrival at 
Maryland has had the opportunity to play in a bowl 
game. Claiborne has been at Maryland six years and die 
Terps have participated in five consecutive bowl games. 
Claiborne took seven freshmen to die 1973 Peach Bowl 
and all seven started for the 1976 Cotton Bowl team. 
One of the seven was a consensus Ail-American in Joe 
Campbell, and four gained ALL-ACC honors before 
they graduated. They were Campbell, Ed Fulton, Ken 
Roy and Ted Klaube. Aldiough Klaube did not letter on 
the Peach Bowl team he started for die Gator, Cotton and 
Hall of Fame Classic teams. 

Six freshmen went to the "74 Liberty Bowl and three 
Quarterback Mark Manges, Linebacker Brad Carr and 
Defensive Tackle Ernie Salley became four year letter- 
men, with Manges and Carr gaining AlI-ACC honors. 

Eleven freshmen visited the 1975 Gator Bonl and 
four earned their letters. 

Ten Freshmen were on the Hall of Fame Classic rosier 
and three Bruce Byroni, Ed Gall and Ralph Larj- III 
are lettermen returning for '78. 

ACC BOWL TE.\MS — WiUi Maryland visiting five 
consecutive Bowls and four ACC teams \ isiting Bowls last 
fall die league has now had 29 bowl teams in 25 years 
of comp>etiti()n. Mar>'laiid, Clemson, North Carolina and 
North Carolina State visited Bowls following the 1977 
season with the Terps and Tar Heels jjodi making dieir 
tenth f>ost season app)earance. Clemson and NorUi Caro- 
lina State have each been in eight bowl games. 



PASS INTERCEPTIONS — While the Terrapins 
stopped die opponent in 10 of die 11 games in 1976 
with pass interceptions, half of the ten interceptions in 
1977 came in one game. Five Terps each picked off a 
pass against Wake Forest last fall and two others came 
in die Richmond game. Lloyd Burruss set up a Maryland 
touchdown against North Carolina with a 63 yard re- 
turn with an interception. Burruss and Ralph Lary each 
had key interceptions against Richmond in a 27-24 
victory as Burruss returned his 24 yards and Lary had 
a 30 yard return. 

TERPS HAMPERED BY INJURIES — Marjland 
lost two starters widi injuries in the 21-14 opening game 
win over Clemson in 1977 as Quarterback Mark Manges 
aggravated a foot injury and Quickside Tackle Kervin 
Wyatt suffered a knee injur)' and was lost for the season. 
In the second game against West Virginia Quickside 
Guard Paid Glamp suffered a fractured arm and Split 
End Jim Hagan. who had caiigiit die winning touchdown 
against Clemson, suffered a knee injury and bodi were 
out for die season. 

The first two games seemed to set the tone for the 
season as 26 of the top 44 players on the depth chart 
ultimately missed one or more games. 

Split End Vince Kinney, Defensive Backs Doug Har- 
bert and Jonathan Claiborne, all starters, were added to 
the injury list at Penn State. 

Manges added a fractured hand against Syracuse 
and Kinney a fractured leg against Villanova joining 
Running Backs Steve Atkins ami AKin Maddox on the 
sidelines. 'Flic Terps had a strong 17-7 \mii oxer Min- 
nesota in tlie Hall of Fame Classic with all but Kinney, 
Hagan, Wyatt, Cilamp and Ernie Salley back. 



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COL TOM Fi£gDS 



EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR 
MARYLAND EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION 

TiiiM !■ nlds IS one of till' iiKijor reasons the Univtrsily 
of Marjlaiul Athletic- Dipartiiicnt is one of the few Ath- 
letic DepartnienLs in the nation opcratinj; in ihc black. 

One of tiie first decisions |ini Kehoe iTiade as Ath- 
letic Director at Maryland was to ex|)ancl die 'rerra])in 
Clnb and Maryland Kducational Koiinciation with the 
goal of eventually assuininj; responsihility for all scholar- 
ship aid to Maryland athletes. 

In order to achieve this, Kchoe hired Colonel I'ields 
into retirement from die Marine dorps and Fields has 
contributed greatly to the financial stability of the de- 
partment that operates on a three million dollar budget. 

When Fields returned to Maryland contributions to 
the Maryland Kducalioiial Foundation were minimal. 
For the fiscal year cndirii;- June .'30. l.'iJO the contributions 
totaled approximately $.'J(). ()()(). 

The membership of the IVrr.ipin ('lub has ex|)anded 
from the ]32 original members to nearly 1.800 and con- 
tributions \u\\c increased accorclinj;l\. 

F"or the fisc.il year that ended June 30. 1978 the 
Mar\land Fxlucatioiial Found.ition generated income that 
totaled over $800,000. 

VVidi the expansion of the .ilhletic department that 
now encoiiipa.sses 2'3 \arsity teams, including 10 women's 
teams. ex[)eii.scs ha\e increased each year and the Kduca- 
tional Foundation has kept ]>ace \miIi the growth. 

Just two years ago die Foundation generated $631,000 
and last year the figure was .$712,000. 

The funds provided by die foundation have not only 
enabled tlie Ihiiversitys .self-sustaining program to 
remain just above the break even point but has enabled 
the Terrapins to gain National prestige in just about 
every sport. The University ha.s iiLstituted a scholarship 
program for the women athletes diat is on a par with 
the program of the men's non-revenue s[X)rts and the 
Women's program ranks with the best in die nation. 

The Terrapin Club. coiii(X)sed of contributors to die 
Educational Foundation sui)jx)rts the adiletic program 
in other ways in addition to their scholarship aid. 

Club members supjxirt the teams through their pres- 
ence at die games, both home and away, arrange special 
charter trips, and are loyal fans, although ewer one- 
half of the members are not graduates of the University 
of Maryland. However all are strong supjxirters of In- 
tercollegiate Athletics and its principals of comf)etition. 

The Terrapin Club membership currently includes 22 
life members, ($10,000 contribution). 290 Diamond- 
back members ($1,000 annual contribution) and 605 
Gold members ($.500 annual contribution) among the 
nearly 1.800 contributors. 

Fields, a former Maryland .'\ll-.\merican distance run- 
ner and teammate of Kehoe's tcKik 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 die Terrapins and 
recentiv as a Uni\ersitv .\dministrator. 




During World Wal II he served in combat in Guadal- 
canal, N'ella. Lavella. Bouganvillc and Iowa Jima. He 
also served in Korea and Vietnam and at the time of his 
retirement from the Cor|)s he was the Deputy Director 
of Information, Headcpiarters Marine Corps. 

As a track star he helped lead the Terps to one of 
their finest days ever at the Penn Relay.s, winning three 
championship of America races and was recognized as 
one of the finest collegiate runners in the nation. 

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



The President of the Terrapin Club for 1978-79 is 
Samuel U'. H. Meloy, Judge Seventh Judicial Circuit 
of Maryland. 

Judge Meloy. a 1936 graduate of die University, re- 
cei\ed his Masters Degree and Doctor of Jurisprudence 
from the George Washington University in 1939. 

He has been a Federal and State Judicial Officer for 
32 years, including service as United States Magistrate 
for the District of Maryland from 1946-1965. 



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There are three dedicated people in the Terrapin 
Club ofice to assist members .the media, and any- 
one else interested in Maryland athletics. 

Bob .Ayres will assist with ticket purchases and 
provide assistance with housing and travel for 
away trips. 

Eric Beve is always available to accept recom- 
mendations for new members and to assist in any 
way. 

Cynthia Marterre. in addition to keeping the of- 
fice organized will assure that your ticket reser- 
vations are properly recorded in the computor. 

For information or to contact any of the above, 
the office is located in Cole Field House. Telephone 
(301) 454-4562 or 5141. 



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GOTHARD LANE 

Administrative Assistant to Director of Athletics 




DR. CHARLES A. TAFF 

Chairman The Athletic Council 



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 mil 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 tliat has produced several 
outstanding athletes for tlie 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 married the former Mary Lou 
Kehoe this past summer. 




FRANCIS A. GRAY, JR. 

Assistant Athletic Director 



Frank Gray joined the atliletic department as Busi- 
ness Manager in 1972 and now serves as an Assistant 
Director of Athletics, resp>onsible for the financial 
structure of the department. 

He has been primarily resjxinsible for the handling of 
the budgets in the department that operates on a 
$3,000,000 annual total budget, the bids and purchases 
made by the department, expense accounts and all other 
expenditures. 

A native of Maryland and 1943 graduate of the 
University with a degree in Agricultural Engineering and 
Farm Management he began his professional career with 
the University as an Assistant County Agricultural Agent. 
He served two years as a Tank Commander during World 
War II following graduation. 

He entered private industry in 195.5 but returned to 
the University in I960 as Associate Dean of Student 
Life. During his 12 years prior to joining the Athletic 
Department he served two years as Acting Dean for 
Student Life and has ser\ed as Administrative Director 
for the Ejcecutive Dean for Student Life, the Vice Presi- 
dent for Student .Affairs and the Vice Chancellor for 
Student Affairs. 



Dr. Charles A. Taff, Professor of Transportation, 
College of Business and Management replaced Dr. John 
Faber as Chairman of the Athletic Council in 1977. 
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 th efaculty 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. 




WILLIAM "SPIDER" FRY 

Assistant Athletic Director 



"Spider" Fry moved into an administrative position in 
the athletic department this past spnng after ha\ ing 
devoted 15 years to the athletes as a Head Trainer. 

He served five years as the Head Tranier at Dartmouth 
College before returning to Maryland in March of 1967. 

As a Maryland undergraduate he earned his letter in 
varsity soccer and a B.S. Degree m Physical Education. 
He was an assistant trainer at Maryland before taking 
over the Head Trainer duties at Dartmouth. 

Fry became interested in trauiuig after suffering a 
soccer injury that ended his athletic career at Mar\Iand. 

During his years as a trainer he has worked with all 
13 mens s|>orts, understands the scheduling |)roblems in 
each sport, the feeding and housing problems and traiis- 
|X)rtation difficulties. 

He worked with Al Haiilon in the scheduling, housing, 
feeding and transportation of teams this past spring 
with Hanlon retiring on July 1. 

"Spider" and his wife Sandy, a graduate of Penn 
State, have a daughter Elizabeth Kay wlio won her 
first Golf Tournament this past summer while only 10 
years old. 



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DR. JOHN SAMPSON TOLL 

PRESIDENT 

UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

"It is with great pleasure tliat I acte|)t llie iiiMlatioii 
of tlie Boarii of Rej^eiiLs to become President of the 
University of Mar)hiiicl as the siKccssor to my friend 
Wilson II. Klkins." 

With these words Jolin Sampson Toil offiri.dly con- 
thided the Uni\ersity"s se\en-montli. notionw ide search 
for ius 22nd president. 

A former chairnum anti |)n)fe.ss(>r of physics on the 
College Park Campus, President Toll ha.s, in his own 
words, ''come home" to the University of Maryland after 
13 years as president of the State University of New York 
at Stony Brook. lie is just into his first months in office 
after taking over for Dr. Elkins who retired last July I 
after 24 years as [iresitlent. 

''I have tremendous resjK'ct for diis University." Presi- 
dent Toll said in his acceptance speech. "It is humbling to 
be asked to follow such a sujjcrb imi\ersity president as 
Dr. Elkins. I am drawn to the great opportunity for 
further excellence and .senicc at the University". 

Dr. Toll first came to the University of Maryland in 
1953 when, at age 29. he became professor and chair- 
man of wliat was then a six-man physics ilepartment. 
A decade later the dc])artincnt gained more tiian 70 
members, incluiling an astronomy di\ ision. and a national 
reputation for excellence. He is also credited with help- 
ing to secure funds for the creation of the University's 
renown cyclotron. 




Now 54, President Toll is "looking forward tr) the 
challenges and oi)i)orlunities" that a chief executive 
officer of a five-cam|)us University of 78.000 students 
may expect. His pre|)aralion included de\ eloping SU.N'Y 
— Stony Brook from a tpiiet I-oiig Island campus of 
1.800 ill 19f).') to a university of 17,000 students and 
considerable academic stature. 

Dr. Toll earned his undergraduate degree in physics 
with highest honors from \'ale. His advanced piiysics 
degrees were earned at Princeton. While a doctoral 
student. President Toll servetl as a theoretical i)hysicist 
at the Los Alamos (iN'.M.) Scientific Uaborator)', be- 
coming the asso( iate director of Project Matterhorn, the 
Princeton Uni\ersity research [)rogram (hat Is one of the 
nation's centers of research on fusion proce.sscs. 

An avid jogger, camper and tennis entluisiast. President 
Toll and his wife Deborah have two children. 



DR. ROBERT L. CLUCKSTERN 

CHANCELLOR 

COLLEGE PARK CAMPUS 

"The College Park Campus," says Robert L. Gluck- 
stern, Chancellor of the eighdi largest campus in the 
nation, "is reaffirming its commitments to research, 
scholarship, and the advancement of knowledge, in- 
cluding the search for solutions to social problems and 
the ]>ursuit of excellence for its own sake." 

One program tliat emphasizes academic excellence is 
the Chancellors Scholars Program. With financial sup- 
port from alumni and other friends of the University, 
the Chancellor's Scholars Program seeks to attract and 
retain top quality students to College Park through the 
annual award of $500 renewable scholarsliips to out- 
standing higli .school students. 

New for 1978-79 is the Distinguished Professor Pro- 
gram, which emphasizes academic excellence by recogniz- 
ing facultN' members wlio have been particularly success- 
ful at translating scholarship into classroom teaching. 
Each of the sLx professors selected ha\e been given 
time to develop an honors seminar, a graduate seminar, 
and a series of public lectures in connection with their 
area of exfjertise during the coming year. 

College Park's General Honors Program, now in its 
fourteenth year, has come to be resj^cted as one of 
(he best of its kind throughout die nation. Despite the 
pressures of administration. Dr. Gluckstern contributes 
by teaching a General Honors course in physics almost 
evcr\- semester. He also continues to be active in research. 

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 MIT (Ph.D. 
in Physics) Dr. Gluckstern taught at Yale L'ni\ersity for 
fourteen years. In 1964 he joined the faculty at the Uni- 
versity of Massachusetts at Amherst as i>rofessor and 
chairman of the physics and astronomy de[)ar(ment. Un- 
der 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 af- 
fairs 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. 

Dr. Gluckstern. who is 53. was born in Atlantic 
Cit\'. New Jersey. He is married to the former Norma 
Block. The Gluckstems have three children. 



79 



MARYLAND 
BASKETBALL 

THE 1978-79 SCHEDULE 



NOVEMBER 






21 (Sat.) 




Athletes in Action 


24 (Fri.) 




Bucknell 


28 (Tue.) 




Georgetown 

(Capital Centre) 


DECEMBER 






2 (Sat.) 


at 


Air Force 


4 (Mon.) 


at 


Nevada/Las Vegas 


7 (Thu.) 




Penn State (Hershey, Pa.) 


9 (Sat.) 




Biscayne 


16 (Sat.) 




East Carolina 


20 (Wed.) 




N.C. State 


23 (Sat.) 




Canisius 


29 (Fri.) 




Maryland Invitational 


30 (Sat.) 




Holy Cross - St. Josephs 
Southern California 


JANUARY 






3 (Wed.) 




George Washington 


6 (Sat.) 




Wake Forest 


10 (Wed.) 


at 


N.C. State 


13 (Sat.) 




Louisville 


17 (Wed.) 


at 


Clemson 


20 (Sat.) 




North Carolina 


24 (Wed.) 




Navy 


27 (Sat.) 




Notre Dame 


31 (Wed.) 




Virginia 


FEBRUARY 






3 (Sat.) 


at 


Duke 


7 (Wed.) 


at 


North Carolina 


10 (Sat.) 




Clemson 


16 (Fri.) 




Duke 


20 (Tue.) 




Wake Forest 
(Greensboro) 


24 (Sat.) 


at 


Virginia 


MARCH 






1 (Thu.) 




ACC Tournament 


2 (Fri.) 




(Greensboro) 


3 (Sat.) 







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The Maryland Coaching Staff: (from left) Joe Har- 
rington, Head Coach Charles "Lefty" Driesell, Bill 
Turner, (standing) Wil Jones. 

The Maryland Basketball schedule for 1978-79 lists 
17 home games for the Terrapins and a total of 19 games 
for Maryland fans on the Cole Field House court. 

Included is an e.xhibition game with the Athletes in 
Action on November 21 giving the fans a look at the 
newcomers prior to the regular season opener on Novem- 
ber 24. 

The Maryland Invitational Tournament has another 
superior field with Southern California, Holy Cross and 
St. Josephs joining the Terrapins. 

Maryland will meet ACC rival North Carolina State 
at home in a league game on December 20 and will play 
a total of nine games in December. 

The Maryland schedule was rated the toughest in the 
ACC last year with eight games against teams ranked 
in the top 25 at the end of the regular season. The 
1978-79 schedule is even stronger with nine games 
scheduled with top 25 teams and several others are ex- 
pyected to move up in the rankings. 



#976-79 Maryland Baskeibaii Rosier 



NAME 


HGT. 


WGT. 


AGE 


CLASS 


HIGH SCHOOL 


HOMETOWN 


Taylor Baldwin 


6-10 


230 


19 


Fr. 


Greenwich 


Greenwich, Conn. 


John Bilney 


6-8 


215 


20 


Jr. 


Pascack Hills 


Woodcliff Lake, N.J 


Bill Bryant 


6-4 


198 


21 


Jr. 


John Carroll 


Washington, D.C. 


Larry Gibson 


6-9 


200 


22 


Sr. 


Dunbar 


Baltimore, Md. 


Ernest Graham 


6-7 


195 


19 


So. 


Dunbar 


Baltimore, Md. 


Bob Hart 


6-3 


182 


20 


Jr. 


Laurel 


Laurel, Md. 


David Henderson 


6-9 


212 


20 


Jr. 


Patrick Henry 


Roanoke, Va. 


Reggie Jackson 


6-4 


205 


18 


Fr. 


Roman Catholic 


Philadelphia, Pa. 


Al King 


6-6 


190 


18 


So. 


Fort Hamilton 


Br(K)klyn, N.Y. 


Greg Manning 


6-1 


166 


19 


So. 


Steelton-Highspire 


Steel ton, Pa. 


Dutch Morley 


6-2 


165 


17 


Fr. 


DeMatha 


Hyatt-sville, Md. 


Eric Shrader 


5-9 


144 


21 


Sr. 


Great Valley 


Malvern, Pa. 


Charles "Buck" Williams 


6-8 


215 


18 


Fr. 


Rocky Mount 


Rocky Mount, N.C. 



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THE MARYLAND COACHING STAFF: (From Left) "Jake" Hallum, John Devlin, 
Head Coach Jerry Claiborne, Dick Redding, Jerry Eisaman (Back Row) Terry 
Strock, Gib Romaine, Tom Groom, Morgan Hout, Rod Sharpless, George Fous- 
sekis. 



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