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Energy for people 

Mark Duffner glows 
with enthusiasm. He 
is a power plant 
whose lines of energy are 
connected to his players, 
coaches, and staff. When Duff 
talks, people do more than 
listen; they glow themselves. 
When other coaches might 
need artificial voice amplifica- 
tion to show their zeal, 
Duffner is merely himself. His 
exuberance on the practice 
field, or before a game, comes 
out as "Duff Stuff," the ener- 
gized sayings of a coach whose 
college record is 63-13-1. 
If Maryland red is hot, so is 
Mark Duffner. 

The 24 red hot pages that 
start and finish this book point 
to why Maryland is football 
hot. The first DuffStuff is a fit- 
ting theme to start with: "No 
one walks but the mailman." 
Around Mark Duffner no one 
walks— it's a sprint to excel- 
lence. 



Steve Ingram: red hot tackle 




Maryland and the Atlantic 
Coast Conference celebrate 
40th anniversaries in 1993. 
Maryland was the Atlantic 
Coast Conference's first foot- 
ball champion 40 years ago 
and its first National 
Champion in the initial year of 
conference play. Maryland is 
one of seven charter league 
members. 

The ACC is recognized as a 
premier conference, whether 
m football where it produced 
four bowl teams a year ago, or 
in the entire roster of sports 
where four NCAA champi- 
onships were won in 1992- 
1993. 



Maryland 
Red Hot Pages 

1 "Hurry, Hurry, Hurry!" 
Mark Mason, awards 
candidate 

2 "Let's light'em up!" 
The Coaching Staff 

3 "Make it happen!" 
The Team Constitution 

4 "GetthV it done!" 
The Facilities 

5 "Got to have it!" 
The Facilities 

6 "Pump it up!" 
Maryland records 
broken in 1992 

7 "Don't wait on it!" 

ACC records broken m 1992 

8 "Be hungry to win!" 
Maryland and the 
greatest comebacks 

9 "Get it going— now!" 
Comebacks and quarterbacks 

10 "Let's have excellence out here 
today!" 

Little Mo and the College 
Football Hall of Fame 

11 "Victory, victory, victory!" 
ACC birth 40 years ago celebrat- 
ed by Terrapins winning the 
National Championship 

12 "I want to see red— 
everywhere!" 
Maryland colors 

13 "Everybody together!" 
New m College Park 

14 "Crank it up!" 
Strength and Conditioning 

15 "Stretch it out!" 
Strength and Conditioning 

16 "Know yourselves, men!" 
Academic Services 

17 "Great focus, great focus, great 
focus!" 

Academic Services 

18 "On your toes!" 
Washington/Baltimore 
and the media 

19 "No sitting on your hands!" 
Washington/Baltimore region 

20 "Be the best you can be!" 
The University at 
College Park 

21 "Today's a Terp day!" 
The University at 
College Park 

22 "Be sharp, be sharp, be sharp!" 
The University at 

College Park 

23 "Turn it up a notch!" 
The University at 
College Park 

24 "No one walks but the 
mailman!" 

Campus map, directions 



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f, Hurry, hurry, hurry! 



iDuff 
stuff 



Mark Mason 

Running hot at 4.4 speed, 
straight ahead 

All-America candidate. 
True Senior Captain. 



] 1992 




Doak Walker Award 
nominee. 

N.C. State (164 yards) and West Virginia (167 yards) 
games gave him best back-to-back rushing games at 
Maryland in 13 years. 

Perm State game (102 yards) made him first back to 
gain 100+ yards against the Nittany Lions in two 
years. 

Led the ACC in all-purpose yardage (178.0) until hurt 
in fifth game vs. Pittsburgh with season end- 
ing injury. Led ACC rushers through 
first three games. 



! 



1991 

Led the ACC in all-purpose yardage, until hurt 
in fifth game of 1991 vs. Georgia Tech with 
season ending injury. 

Career 

Started 11 games at Maryland, and totals 1169 yards 
on 213 carries (5.5 average); recorded 5 TDs. Has 36 
receptions for 152 yards. 




Let's light em up! 



l stuff 



Mark Duffner is ready 
to play football. Any 
day of the year he's 
ready. He tells all he'll 
"meet them in the hud- 
dle." He's ready to 
"light'emup"allthe 
time. 

Duffner has a staff to 
match. Bright, intense: 
people who illuminate 
football. Maryland's staff 
is into football assertive- 
ness training. 



Illuminators 






The Maryland stall: (Front Row) John Shannon, outside receivers coach; Peter McCarty, defensive 
end/linebacker coach; Dan Dorazio, offensive coordinator/line coach; Head Coach Mark I 
Larry Slade, defensive coordinator/secondary coach; Mel Foels, inside linebackers coach, I 
Schwenke, defensive line coach. (Second Row) Dwight Gault, assistant, strength and conditio* 
Todd Hobin, video coach/ coordinator; Dave lingerer, strength and conditioning coach; Clyde 
Christensen, quarterbacks coach; John Baxter, running backs/special teams coach; Rob Spence, 
inside receivers coach; Bruce Warwick, office administrator/coordinator; John Haller, graduate assis- 
tant; Daryl Jones, graduate assistant. 












Make it happen! 



Duff 
'stuff 



Our personal family is most 
important. 

Our personal family must ulti- 

•ly come first. They are 
the backbone that supports us 
with love, faith, and under- 
standing. They provide bal- 
ance in our lives, and make 
what we do worthwhile. 

We have great attitudes. 

We are pro-active in our 
thoughts and behavior. We 
choose to act in a manner con- 
sistent with positive, winning 
people. We are enthusiastic, 
energetic people who solve 
problems. 

We are indivisible as a staff. 

We value and respect each 
individual staff member. We 
listen to each other because 
each coach's contribution is 
valuable and important. It is 
amazing what can be accom- 
plished when nobody cares 
who gets the credit. 

We are great teachers and 
innovators. 

We leave no stone unturned in 
our preparation. Through eval- 
uation and experimentation 
we are constantly searching 
for new ideas and better 
methods of doing everything. 
We seek to master the funda- 
mentals, and they are always 
our top priority. Never do we 
do things because "that's the 
way we have always done it. " 

We have excellent player- 
coach relationships. 

We are here for the players; 
the players are not here for us. 
We have their well-being in 
mind first and foremost in all 
decisions. We care about our 
players as people and not just 
as athletes. We treat them as 
part of our own families. 

We are accountable. 
We are responsible for our 
own success as well m our 
failure. We work to improve 



This team has 

a strong Constitution 




on our faults, and build on our 
success in all areas of our 
lives. Our program is based on 
a We-Mentality. "We are what 
we are for a reason." "We 
believe that what we see on 
film is solely what we are, 
either coaching or allowing to 
happen." 

A Maryland academic degree 
is the most important thing. 

Education is why we are here, 
and it is ultimately our highest 
priority. We produce educated 
young men who are also fine 
football players. 

We are great recruiters. 

We uphold the excellence of 
our program through our 
recruiting effort— both players 
and coaches. We are honest 
and relentless in our search 
for top quality students who 
possess great speed, strength 
and character. We are thor- 
ough in our evaluation and 
personal in our approach. 

We have a first class pro- 
gram. 

The "little things" we do 
make a big difference. We rep- 
resent the University with 
pride, performance and excel- 
lence. We do things correctly. 



We are an all-out effort team. 

We out-hit and out-run our 
opponents for 60 minutes. We 
make things happen. 

We win the eight critical sit- 
uations. 

These are the only eight situa- 
tions and statistics that really 
matter in a football game. We 
win these situations, and win 
the game. 

1. We win the turnover/take- 
away battle. 

2. We win the compete zone 
and goal line. 

3. We win the kicking game. 

4. We are less penalized. 

5. We win the sudden change. 

6. We win short yardage. 

7. We win the fourth quarter. 

8. We win the clock situations. 

We are the strongest and 
best conditioned team in the 
ACC. 

Our program is geared toward 
constant establishment of 
"personal records." We devel- 
op ourselves in terms of 
strength, power and speed. In 
becoming more football effi- 
cient, our work ethic is second 
to none. "We are proud of our 
conditioning and anxious to 
demonstrate it!" 



At Maryland we have a great 
deal of fun. 

"Expert the unexpected." We 
don't take ourselves so seri- 
ously that we forget to have 
fun. We value good humor and 
levity. At Maryland, we enjoy 
life; it's not just the same old 
thing. 

Our program is an all-encom- 
passing football family. 

Inclusion, rather than exclu- 
sion, always helps our pro- 
gram grow for the better. 
Players, coaches, administra- 
tors, faculty, alumni, and 
friends are part of the extend- 
ed family which makes 
Maryland uniquely great. 

We are a wide-open, attack- 
ing football team that plays 
with great emotion and 
enthusiasm. 

At Maryland, we beat our 
opponents, not ourselves. We 
play together as a team, and 
we are exciting because of our 
aggressive, physical, and 
intelligent play. We have a go- 
for-it mentality. 

We obey all NCAA, ACC and 
University of Maryland rules. 

We intend to do what is legal 
and correct. We play by the 
rules. 



Gettin it done! 



Duff 
'stuff 



Imaginative. Practical. 
Convenient. Well- 
equipped. 

Maryland lived-up to 
its commitment to house 
its football team in the 
finest facility possible. 
Between the 1991 and 
1992 football 
seasons, the Terps' $7 
million Football Team 
Complex was construct- 
ed in Byrd Stadium's east 
end. Construction of the 
Complex completed 
Stage One of Byrd refur- 
bishment; in all $20 mil- 
lion was spent since the 
fall of 1990 on installing 
new seating, rest rooms, 
concession stands, and a 
90-foot high, 160-foot 
long press box. 

Imaginative. 

The 46,000 square foot 
Football Complex, 
designed by H.O.K. 
Architects of Kansas City, 
who also designed 
Orioles Park at Camden 
Yards, combines football 
function with imagina- 
tive design. Athletes 
work out in the 7,000 



The stage is set 
for success 




square foot strength and 
conditioning area under 
skylights that reveal 
35,000 pounds of work- 
out machinery. Each 
player has a double lock- 
er—and a footlocker. On 
the second floor, every 
coach's office overlooks 
Byrd Stadium through 
oversized windows. A 
Terrapin Terrace sur- 
rounds the second floor 
offices for outdoor func- 
tions. 



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Got to have it! 



Duff 
stuff 



Practical. 

UThe layout of the ground 
floor rooms allows easy 
access from strength and 
conditioning to oversized 
lockerrom to medical 
facilities to equipment 
areas. The lockerrooms, 
which house a sauna and 
roomy shower facilities, 
are less than 100 feet 
away from all conference 
areas on the second floor. 
The nine conference 
areas are interconnect- 
ing, and feature state-of- 
the-art audio-visual 
equipment. Special snag 
free carpeting was 
installed in the locker 
area, which also features 
a player's lounge. 

Convenient 

The Football Complex is 
within walking distance 
of dorms and dining 
areas, and is situated in 
the midst of campus life. 
Both the practice fields 
and Byrd Stadium's turf 
are immediately outside 
the lockerroom door, or 
near-by. The steps lead- 
ing down to the 
Complex's front door face 





Cole Field House and the 
home of Maryland's large 
academic support unit. 

Well-equipped. 

Each phase of the 
Complex— from the 3,500 
square foot medical and 
hydrotherapy rooms, to 
weight area to office 
suites— is state-of-the- 
art. A satellite dish links- 
up to a sophisticated 
audio-visual room. 

The footall stage is set 
for winning. 





Pump it up!" 



Duff 
stuff 



Red Storm 



ien Mark Duffner says, "Pump it up," he means 
it. Twenty-seven school offensive records were 
set or tied in 1992, his first on the job at Maryland. His 
Run and Shoot was a Red Storm of an offense, a bliz- 
zard of passing yards and an aurora borealis of offen- 
sive imagination. 

The team records 

Offensive plays in a game, 105 
Passing yards in a game, 418 
Total plays in a season, 946 
Average plays per game, 86.0 
Pass attempts in a season, 514 
Total offense in a season, 5,131 
Pass completions in a season, 304 
Passing yards in a season, 3,628 
Touchdowns passing in a season, 18 (tie) 
First downs in a season, 288 
First downs passing in a season, 165 
Consecutive PATs, 190 

The individual records 

Pass completions in a game, 32 
Pass attempts in a game, 58 
Passing yards in a game, 418 
Total plays in a game, 68 
Touchdown passes in a game, 5 
Receiving yards in a game, 251 
Receptions for a season, 75 
Receiving yards for a season, 1,240 
Total plays for a season, 588 
Touchdown receptions in a season, 9 
Pass completions in a season, 286 
Pass attempts in a season, 482 
Total offense in a season, 3,472 
Passing yards in a season, 3,392 
Receptions in a career, 134 




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Don't wait on it! 



] Duff 
stuff 



Red Storm Rising 

ACC individual records 

Receptions in a season, 75 
Receiving yards in a season, 1,240 
Total plays in a season, 568 

ACC team records 

Offensive plays in a game, 105 
Offensive plays in a season, 945 
Average plays per game, 86.0 
Pass attempts in a season, 514 
Conseutive PATs, 190 




QB John Kaleo, Blue-Gray MVP 





Marcus Badgett 





1 "Be hungry to win! 



Duff No one does 

staS quarterbacks like Maryland 




Frank Reich, gentleman and 
football player, team man 
and quarterback, family man 
and cool leader, does come- 
backs. He is better at it than 
any one in football history. He 
is a Terrapin quarterback, one 
of a half-dozen presently in 
professional football, the most 
of any school. 

Reich did not start at 
Maryland until his senior sea- 
son as he played behind 
Boomer Esiason, who would 
go on to become AFC Player of 
the Year. Reich waited his 
turn to glory, completing 64% 
of his passes in 1984 in lead- 
ing Maryland to a bowl game. 

On November 10 of that 
year, he led Maryland to the 
greatest comeback in NCAA 
football history, coming off the 
bench for Stan Gelbaugh who 
started for Coach Bobby Ross. 
Maryland was down, 31-0, at 
halftime to defending National 
Champion Miami. No one in 
football history had overcome 
so large a deficit. Maryland 
and Reich did. 

He completed 12 of 15 psses 
for 260 yards and three TDs in 
the second half, propelling the 
Terps to a 42-40 victory. 



Before anyone could exceed 
Reich's comeback on the colle- 
giate level in the intervening 
nine years, Reich met destiny 
again on January 3, 1993 
that day Reich led the Bui 
Bills to the greatest comeback 
in pro football history. 

As in the Miami game, he 
did it against a quality team, 
Houston, and he perfomed his 
magic on a stage as big as any 
in football: The NFL Play 
During the NBC telecast the 
expert analyst in the studio 
early-on reminded his col- 
leagues of Reich's comeback 
abilities. The analyst was 
Boomer Esiason. 

Down 35-3 early in the sec- 
ond half, Reich threw foi 
career high 289 yards and four 
TDs. Memories will fade as to 
what happened in the 1993 
post-season— including who 
won the Super Bowl 
what Reich did will not be so 
easily forgotten. 

Buffalo moved on in the 
playoffs, banging heads in the 
next game with the Pittsburgh 
Steelers. The Steeler qua 
back: Neil O'Donnell of 
Maryland. 




Weii O'Donnell vs. Buffalo in the ACC playoffs, January 10, 1993 



Get it going— Now! 



-^rfrs 



Duff The stuff of comebacks 

stuff 



Miami 31, Frank Reich and the Terps, 0, 
at the halt (Reich did not play in the first half) 

Third quarter 

(7) Reich passes 39 yard TD to Greg Hill 12:35 left in 

quarter 

(14) Reich one yard run for TD 6:53 left 

(21) Reich one yard pass to Alvin Blount :05 seconds 

left 

Fourth quarter 

(28) Tommy Neal 14 yard run for TD 9:20 left 
(35) Reich passes 63 yard TD to Greg Hill 9:20 left 
Maryland takes lead on Jess Atkinson PAT 
(42) Rick Badanjek 4 yard run for TD 4:42 left 

Frank Reich and Maryland 42, Miami 40 

Houston 28, Frank Reich and the Bills, 3, at the half 

(The score quickly goes to 35-3 to start the second 
half as Reich, in for the injured Jim Kelly, is intercept- 
ed in the first two minutes, and Houston scores on 58- 
yard return.) 

Third quarter 

(10) K. Davis one yard run for TD 8:52 left 
(17) Reich passes 38 yard TD to Dan Beebe 7:56 left 
(24) Reich passes 26 yard TD to Andre Reed 4:21 left 
(31) Reich passes 18 yard TD to Andre Reed 2:00 left 



Fourth quarter 



(38) Reich passes 17 yard TD to Andre Reed 3:08 left 

Overtime 

(41) S. Christie kicks 32 yard FG for win 1 :37 into OT 

Frank Reich and Buffalo 41, Houston 38 




During the 1992 NFL season, Maryland had more QB alumni 
playing than any school. 



Name 

Mike Tice 
Boomer Esiason 
Frank Reich 
Stan Gelbaugh 
Neil O'Donnell 
Scott Zolak 



Pro team 

Minnesota 

Cincinnati 

Buffalo 

SeatUe 

Pittsburgh 

New England 



Terp passing 

2,052 yards (1978-80) 
6,184 yards (1981-83) 
1,704 yards (1983-84) 
3,611 yards (1984-85) 
4,989 yards (1987-89) 
3,125 yards (1989-90) 




Let's have excellence out heie today! 



/Duff Little Mo, the stuff 
stuS of excellence 




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Coach Jim Tatum, Little Mo and Big Mo 

The Modzelewski's came from West Natrona, Pa, 
The first, Ed, or Big Mo, matriculated in 1948. He 
was a fullback of renown, who in his junior season 
gained 153 yards on 28 carries to propel Maryland to 
a 28-13 Sugar Bowl victory over Tennessee. A sopho- 
more tackle on that squad, the only team in school 
history to go unbeaten through both the regular sea- 
son and a bowl, was little brother Dick. 

Although bigger than Big Mo (6-0, 210), Dick (6-0, 
235) was tabbed Little Mo, forever. Through three 
years of starting at Maryland and through an 11 -year 
NFL career with the Redskins, Steelers, and Giants, 
he was Little Mo. An All-Pro tackle, Dick played for 
the Giants in their glory period of the late 1950s and 
early 1960s, when Maryland's Colts played his Giants 



for back-to-back world championships. 

At Maryland, Dick Modzelewski was the stuff of 
excellence. His three Terp varsities were 24-4-1. Each 
went to a bowl. Dick was the first Maryland football 
player to win a premier national honor when he was 
selected the Outland Trophy winner of 1952 as 1 1 
nation's outstanding lineman. He was a consensus 
All-America in 1952. 

This December, Little Mo is being inducted 
College Football Hall of Fame, the sixth Ten 
earn the honor (the others: Coach Clark Shaughi; 
Coach Bear Bryant, Coach Jim Tatum, Lineman Bob 
Ward, Quarterback Jack Scarbath). His selection col- 
ors this year's Hall of Fame induction ceremonies 
Maryland red. 



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Victory, victory, victory 



'Duff Terps jump start 
stuff the ACC 



What could be better for a new conference, formed 
from schools in traditional Southern leagues, 
than to start its first season with a national champi- 
onship in football? The Atlantic Coast Conference 
was charmed from the start, thanks to Coach Jim 
Tatum and his 1953 Terrapins. 

Looking back on 1953 is a sentimental journey to 
the top of the football heap for Maryland. Not only did 
the Terrapins roll over non-league traditional 
Southern powerhouses Mississippi and Alabama on 
the way to a perfect 10-0 season, but the newly-mint- 
ed ACC also got its first consensus All-America from 
Maryland (Tackle Stan Jones), and its first Player of 
the Year (Quarterback Bernie Faloney), and first 
Coach of the Year (Tatum) from the Terps. 

Both the ACC and Maryland's national champions 
celebrate a 40th anniversary in 1993. Each is red hot. 




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I want to see red everywhere! 



Duff 
stuff 



But the fight 
color is red 

Mark Duffner is on a 
mission. He likes 
red. It's a dominating 
color, and Duffner would 
like to start dominating 
in the stands before the 
first whistle is blown, 
with the color red. 
Duffner is not the first 
coach at Maryland to 
take to red, deemed the 
University of Maryland's 
fight color through much 
of its history. Jim Tatum's 
teams, the most success- 
ful in school history, wore 
red, as did the teams of 
Jerry Claiborne and 
Bobby Ross, who also 
dominated in the ACC. 

Maroon was the brand 
of red predominating 
Maryland's early football 
uniforms (1892-1910). 
Curley Byrd's long tenure 
as head coach (1911 - 
1934) featured teams in 
black and gold. When 
Hall of Fame coach Clark 
Shaugnhessy came back 
east from Stanford in 
1942, he brought with 
him Stanford's uniforms 
which were red and 
white. Except for a brief 




return to black and gold 
from 1943-1946, 
Shaugnhessy's color 
scheme has been the 
football fashion at 
Maryland. 

The Terrapins are not 
at a loss for colors 
because red, white, black 



and gold are all featured 
in the state flag, and 
each is deemed an offi- 
cial school color. Before 
every football game 
alumnus Craig Dameron 
leads Maryland onto the 



field of play carrying the 
distinctive Maryland flag, 
just as he has for the 
past 18 years. 

Right behind him 
comes Duffner, leading 
his charges. Look for 
him; he'll be dressed in 
red. 

A colorful 
history 

Maryland's flag bears the 
arms of the Calvert and 
Crossland families. 
Calvert was the family 
name of the Lords 
Baltimore, who founded 
Maryland, and their col- 
ors of gold and black 
appear in the first and 
fourth quarters of the 
flag. Crossland was the 
family of the mother of 
George Calvert, first Lord 
Baltimore. The red and 
white Crossland colors, 
with a Greek cross termi- 
nating in the foils, 
appears in the second 
and third quarters. The 
flag was first flown in its 
present form on October 
25, 1888, at Gettysburg 
Battlefield for ceremonies 
dedicating monuments to 
Maryland regiments of 
the Army of the Potomac. 
It was officially adopted 
in 1904. 



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Terparade off Pages 





Maryland football tradition was 
enriched at the start of the 
1992-1993 school year. The six- 
decade-old good luck charm of 
touching the Terrapin s nose 
was brought inside of Byrd 
Stadium for the first time. But 
in June another Maryland 

tradition ended: Linda Kubany, football secretary since August 1, 
1966, died of cancer after battling the disease for six years. Linda 
was a surrogate parent to hundreds of student-athletes, and a 
thoroughly professional peer to a score of coaches. She was 
what the program she worked for is about: Courage, tenacity, 
competitiveness, and a love of the game. 



Maryland Sports Information 

Herb Hartnett 

Director 

Home 410-730-8824 

joe f. blair 

Football Publicist Emeritus 
Home 301-589-6883 

Chuck Walsh 

Home 301-890-9671 

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Home 410-418-8936 
Vanessa Abell 

Home 301-725-8099 

Sports Information Office 
University of Maryland 
Room 1112 Cole Field House 
Campus Drive 
P.O. Box 295 
College Park, MD 20741 
301-314-7064 Office 
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The Maryland Football Press Guide 
was designed by Herb Hartnett and 
Dave Pfeiffer of Presstar Printing, 
Silver Spring, Md. Written and edited 
by Hartnett and Chuck Walsh with 
help from joe f. blair, Ivan Meltzer, 
Rich Mahee, Jodi Douglas, Amy 
Farnum and Dave Gell. Vanessa 
Abell and Neal Eskin were also 
contributors. Photographs are by 
Lisa Helfert, Athletic Department 
Photographer, Katie Zemhelt, and 
John Consoli of the University's 
Creative Services. Also by Ed Mahan; 
Larry Crouse, Supervisor of Photo 
Services for the University; Brian 
Lewis; Lars Gelfan; Dave Greene, 
Dave Froehch, and Mitchell Leyton. 
The cover photo was taken by Lisa 
Helfert. Inside covers photography 
by Consoli, Helfert, Greene, Leyton. 
This book was printed by Colonial 
Lithograph, Attleboro, Mass. Charlie 
Guillette, Cathy La Salandra, 
Dave Redding and staff. It was 
accomplished with the considerable 
help of the University's Paula 
Mandelman. 



Maryland 

Terplace 

The University (red pages 20-24) 

Terparagon 
Story of the Terrapin 4 

Terpark 
Byrd Stadium 6 

Terpresident 
Campus Administration, 
Regents 8 and 138 

Terpilot 
Athletic Director 139 

Terprominent 
Athletic Department 
Directory 137 

Terpundits 
Television, Radio 128 

Terp Watchers 
The Media 129 

Terpike 

Directions, Hotels .... inside back 
cover 
1993 
The Terps 

Terportraits 

MarkDuffner 9-12 

Assistants, Staff 13-21 

Terplayers 

Alphabetical Roster 22-23 

Recruits Roster 23 

Numerical Roster 24 

Terphonics 
Pronunciation 24 

Terprofiles 

Player's bios 28-52 

Depth 25 

Captains 27-28 

Honors Candidates 26 

Terprospects 
Freshman players 53-57 

Terpcare 
Medical Staff 140 

Terpads 
Equipment, Grounds 141-142 

Terpscholar 

Academic Support 

(red pages 16-17) 

Terpower 

Strength & Conditioning 

(red pages 14-15) 

Terphilanthropy 
Terrapin Club, M Club 143 

Terplaudits 
The Spirit 144 

The Opponents 

Terprotagonists 

Virginia 58 

North Carolina 58 

West Virginia 59 

Virginia Tech 59 

Penn State 60 

Georgia Tech 60 

Duke 61 

Clemson 61 

Florida State 62 

N.C. State 62 

Wake Forest 63 



1992 

Terplayback 

Virginia 66 

N.C. State 67 

West Virginia 68 

Penn State 69 

Pittsburgh 70 

Georgia Tech 71 

Wake Forest 72 

Duke 73 

North Carolina 74 

Florida State 75 

Clemson 76 

Season Stats 63-65 

1892-1992 

Terplayers 

Letterwinners 77-82 

Terpassages 
35 Coaches and Their 

Records 84 

Year-by-Year Record 84 

Won-Loss With Opponents ... 83 
Results of 992 Games 85-92 

Terpacesetters 
Season Rushing, Scoring 

Leaders 94 

Season K/P Return Leaders... 95 

Season Passing Leaders 96 

Season Receiving Leaders .... 97 
Season Tackles, Interceptions.. 98 
Last Time In A Game 103 

Terprolific 

Team Records 99-100 

Individual Records 101-102 

Top Single Game Efforts 104-105 

Top Season Efforts 106-107 

Top Career Efforts 108-109 

Terprizes 

Team Awards 110 

Coaches Awards Ill 

All-America 112-113 

Terpros 
Pro Football Alumni 114-115 

Terparadigms 

National Award Winners 116 

Dick Modzelewski 117 

Hall of Fame 93 

Terprecision 

Terp Bowls, 1948 and 1950.. 118 
Terp Bowls, 1952 and 1954.. 119 
Terp Bowls, 1956 and 1973 .. 120 
Terp Bowls, 1974 and 1975.. 121 
Terp Bowls. 1977 and 1977.. 122 
Terp Bowls, 1978 and 1980.. 123 
Terp Bowls, 1982 and 1983.. 124 
Terp Bowls, 1984 and 1985.. 125 

Terp Bowls, 1990 126 

Ranked Terps 126-127 

Atlantic Coast Conference 

Terps in the ACC 
A history, bowl alliance, 

superlatives 130 

1953 and 1955 Champions... 131 
1974 and 1975 Champions... 132 
1976 and 1983 Champions... 133 
1984 and 1985 Champions ... 134 



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Intarviaw policies 

During the preseason 

The best time to interview 
coaches or players is following 
the morning workout at approxi- 
mately 11:30 a.m. Sports infor- 
mation requests 24 hour notice 
from media who plan to attend 
pre-season practice who are not 
beat reporters. All interviews 
should be arranged through 
sports information. 

Daily practices are from ap- 
proximately 9 to 11:30 a.m., and 
from 3 to 5:30 p.m. 

Coach Duffner is available for 
brief interviews after pre-season 
practices before he goes to 
scheduled meetings. The end of 
morning workouts is the best 
time to catch him. 

The media may attend pre- 
season practices for the first 
hour. The media is also welcome 
to eat lunch at the team dining 
facility at mid-day. 

No interviews will be granted 
before morning or afternoon 
pre-season practices. No inter- 
views are allowed between team 
meetings. 

During the season 

All interview requests for 
student-athletes should be di- 
rected to sports information. 

Interviews with Coach Duffner 
may be requested through sports 
information, or by calling the 
football office directly (314-7096). 
Coach Duffner requests no media 
come to his office without an 
appointment. 

The media may attend the 
first hour of daily practices. 



Telephones are available to 
transmit stories in the Visiting 
Coaches Lockerroom. 

Media are asked to wait for 
all interviews by the Visiting 
Player Locker room where daily 
one-on-one's are conducted. 

Student-athlete phone num- 
bers will not be distributed. 

Sundays 

Coach Duffner is available for 
telephone interviews between 
4 and 4:45 p.m. Requests for 
student-athlete interviews fol- 
lowing Monday's press confer- 
ence should be made by Sunday 
evening. 

Mondays 

The joe blair media luncheon 
and salad bar is held on the sec- 
ond floor of the Byrd Stadium 
press box (Tyser Tower) at 
Noon. Coach Duffner is featured 
along with video replays of the 
important plays in the previous 
week's game. Student-athlete 
interviews occur after the lun- 
cheon. It is suggested that any- 
one wanting a Monday inter- 
view do it around the press 
luncheon: Practice is held at 
night. 

Tuesdays, Wednesdays, 
Thursdays 

Student-athletes are available 
at the Visiting Team Locker 
room before practice from 
approximately 1:15, when they 
are taped, to 2 p.m. when team 
meetings begin. Longer inter- 
view requests are welcome at 
the team dining facility after 
practice at approximately 
6:45 p.m. 



The third annual joe blair Media Golf Outing and Picmc is 
scheduled for August 5 at the University of Maryland Golf 
Course, joe hosts the Washington/Baltimore media in a scram- 
ble format that ensures no one discovers the athletic abilities of 
those who cover sports. Coach Duffner and his staff as well as 
other athletic department personnel will play in each foursome. 

August 5: joe f. blair Media Golf Outing and Picnic 

August 8: Freshmen report 

August 9-12: Orientation for freshmen 

August 12: Varsity reports 

August 13: Press & Photo Day 12:30-2:30 

August 14: First Practice 
August 18: First day in pads 
September 4: Host '''rginia 
September 7: First dt.y of classes 





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Telephone interview requests 
should be made 24 hours before 
the interview is desired. Inter- 
views will be granted around a 
student-athlete's academic and 
team schedule. 

Coach Duffner is available at 
the Football Complex for inter- 
views at approximately 1:30 
p.m. He goes to team meetings 
at 2 p.m. The best time to reach 
him by telephone is after 1 p.m. 
before he goes down to the 
locker area. 

Also Wednesdays 

The Atlantic Coast Confer- 
ence hosts a Media Teleconfer- 
ence featuring the nine league 
head coaches. The first coach is 
interviewed at 11 a.m., and the 
order of interview is by alpha- 
betical order by school. Coach 
Duffner is interviewed at 11:40 
a.m. The access number is 703- 
276-4310. 



A package of ACC Television 
Interviews with the league 
coaches is available from 10 
a.m. to 11 a.m. via satellite. 
Each league head coach talks 
about next week's opponent on 
camera, and game highlights of 
the previous week are telecast. 



Terrapin Game Day 

The Byrd Stadium Press Box 
(Tyser Tower) consists of five 
levels. The third level has a 200 
seat press row, and is where all 
statistics are furnished. The 
fourth level is where home and 
visiting radio are situated, as 
well as television. The fifth level 
is a photographer's deck. Two 
elevators are used on game 
day; either one will get you to 
your seat. 

Only working press will be 
admitted to the third level of 
Tyser Tower. 




Terprotocol 



Credentials should be ordered 
by letter or FAX two weeks be- 
fore the game is played. Will 
Call is at Ticket Window Six, 
located right in front of the Byrd 
Box. 

Press parking passes are 
honored in the parking garage 
next to Cole Field House, which 
is just down Field House Drive 
from the Tyser Tower. 

Photographers will be issued 
arm bands at the base of Section 
27 before the game. No trip to 
the press box is necessary to get 
credentialed. A sports informa- 
tion coordinator will be on the 
field with flips and some food 
for halftime. No one, including 
photographers, is allowed in the 
stadium with umbrellas. 

Telephones are available to 
the media throughout press row 
on level three to transmit stories. 
Anyone wishing to order their 
own phone should contact the 
Chesapeake & Potomac 
Telephone Company of 
Maryland (301-852-4540). 

Food service is available for 
media on the third level. Univer- 
sity Dining Services, led by Matt 
Shernff, Jim Allenchey and 
Nancy Loomis, serve food fine 
enough to deserve a meal ticket, 
which is attached to all press 
credentials. Food service is avail- 
able one hour before kick-off. 

After Terrapin Games 

Complete statistics will be 
distributed, as well as quotes 
from both head coaches. 

Maryland's post-game press 
conference takes place in the 
Football Complex Conference 
Room on the second floor, joe 
blair and Herb Hartnett will 
direct the media to the proper 
area. The press conference will 
be televised back to the Tyser 
Tower. 

Opponent interviews will take 
place in the Football 
Complex neat the Visiting 
Locker room. 

The Atlantic Coast 
Conference and the Atlantic 
Coast Sportswriters Association 
policy on post game interviews: 
Prior to the completion of the 
game, the sports information 
directors from each ACC school 
should poll the media as to 




which players they would like 
to interview following the 
game. Following the game, 
those players should be 
brought to an interview area 
separated from fans, boosters, 
alumni and parents, etc. 

In addition, thirty minutes 
after the coach has left the 
locker room area for his post- 
game interview, the locker 
room will be opened to all 
accredited media (for a half- 
hour). 

A wrap-up of the game is 
available on the Terphone 
(301-314-TERP). 

Directions to Byrd Stadium 
and nearby hotels are found on 
the inside back cover. 




of she Top Shell 

Testudo is a Diamondback 
Like some other famous 
personages born into the De- 
pression of the 1930s, the deri- 
vation of his name is cloudy. But 
it is likely that his monicker is 
derived from the scientific classi- 
fication for turtle {testudmes). Or 
the top turtle could be named 
after testudo gigantia, a species 
native to the African nation of 
Syechelles and one of its remote 
islands, Aldabra. Or the name 
could have come from a dictio- 
nary definition that says the 
word, testudo, was derived from 
the Latin and meant a shelter 
held over Roman soldiers heads- 
— like a tortoise shell. These ex- 
planations are a long way from 
the Chesapeake Bay where the 
Diamondback lives. 

When Testudo had his coming 
out on May 23, 1933, he was 
thrown into a world filled with 
intimidating mascots -Wildcats, 
Tigers, Devils, Wolves, Bears - 
thought up over a half-century of 
intercollegiate competition. 
Maryland College Park was con- 
solidated from different state 
schools in 1920 to form the base 
of today's wide-ranging state 
system, and the remodeled 
Maryland needed a flagcarner to 
do battle with Wahoos, Lions 
and Generals. 

Dr. H.C. Byrd, a football coach 
who later became University 
President, recommended the 
Diamondback as mascot in 1932 
in response to the student news- 
paper's search for an "official" 
leader. Byrd's childhood in 
Crisfield, Md., apparently 
included skirmishes with this 
brand of snapping turtle, 
indigenous to the Bay. The 
school paper was in fact already 
called The Diamondback, and 
when the Class of 1933 stepped 
forward with the idea of giving 
the University a permanent 
bronzed version as its gradua- 
tion gift, Testudo's family was in 
to stay. 

Maryland had been referring 
to itself as Old Liners, yet an- 
other name whose derivation no 
one seems sure of. Historians 
are in a scrimmage over whether 
the nickname is a reference to a 
Revolutionary War Troop of 
Maryland soldiers who distin- 
guished themselves on the field 
of battle, or they feel it could 
refer to a squabble with 




Testudo reigns in front of McKeldin Library. 



Pennsylvanians over just where 
the border between the two 
states should be. 

The Class of '33 raised money 
for casting a Diamondback by 
holding its Senior Prom on cam- 
pus to save money on expenses. 
And the yearbook and Student 
Government Association 
chipped-in. Edwin C. Mayo, 



Class of '04 and a former quar- 
terback, donated at cost the 300 
pound bronzed beauty as 
President of Gorham Maufactur- 
mg in Providence. RI. Robert J. 
Hill cast the inspired sculpture 
accomplished by company artist 
Anstide Cianfrani. Further 
turtleization came when the 
student yearbook, The Reville, 



became The Terrapin in 1935. 
Newspapers, even then explor- 
ing every angle, shortened 
Terrapin to Terp for headline 
writing ease when it wasn't 
trying to cram Old Liner into a 
single column head. The name 
was in place; now came the 
stuff of legend. 



Terparagon 



The Stuff of Legend 

' The nicely thought out plans 
that made Testudo an instant hit 
did have a flaw. Putting Mr. T in 
front of the campus gym, Ritchie 
Coliseum, exposed Testudo to 
every road agent wearing enemy 
colors. Ritchie was right on U.S. 
Route 1. then the principal 
North-South highway along the 
Eastern Seaboard When a less 
dignified opponent needed 
something extra against the tur- 
tle and his troops, they practiced 
emotional blackmail, and kid- 
napped him 

That was not the worst of it. 
They painted his golden skin 
enemy colors, and defaced his 
pedestal which was only to have 
the block M on it. Instead, oppo- 
nents painted lllegitmate JH's or 
GW's or V's or NC's on his nest. 
A not took place when Johns 
Hopkins students kidnapped the 
handsome reptile in 1947; 200 
police were called to the Balti- 
more campus to control the justi- 
fied anger of College Park stu- 
dents. Two years later, the nifty 
shelled crusader was found on 
the lawn of a Virginia (The Uni- 
versity) fraternity house, whose 
occupants smugly called Presi- 
dent Byrd with the message to 
get Testudo off their lawn. Of 
course Byrd obliged, and soon 
after Testudo was hidden in the 
campus carpentry shop where 
he was less inspirational, but a 
whole lot safer. 

The second stadium bearing 
Byrd's name was built in 1950, 
and in 1951 Testudo, sans coats 
of rivals' paint, took his perch m 
front of the Byrd Stadium foot- 
ball team house He had beaten 
back all who would wrong him, 
and to make sure he would not 
travel again, he was fed 700 
pounds of cement and had his 
body attached to a new pedestal 
by long steel rods. 

With his permanent nesting 
came success for Maryland. Act- 
ing as guardian to waves of 
Terp competitors, the national 
football championship came, as 
did several ACC titles in the 
1950s. His popularity among the 
students might have been the 
undoing of success, however. 
When McKeldin Libary was 
constructed in the middle of 



campus, the student body 
demanded Testudo's fulltime 
presence in the center of day- 
to-day activities. Testudo had 
gone far beyond being just a 
symbol for athletics He was a 
campus symbol. Students care- 
fully carried him up the hill to 
the main College Green and the 
library, and he was bolted to a 
new bed of stone in the early 
1960s 

Coincidence or not, football 
did have a downturn in the 
1960s with Testudo absent. In 
the 1970s, when a costumed 
Testudo started to roam the 
sideline, success was returning. 
The furry Testudo reigned over 
unrivaled ACC football prowess, 
and sent Terps out to the four 
corners of the football world for 
bowls and mtersectional clashes. 

In 1992, a bronze twin to 
Testudo was created and 
installed just outside the new 
Football Complex locker room 
door. As the football team takes 
the field the team congregates 
around the bronze Terrapin, and 
then all touch his nose for good 
luck. 

Joel Meisner Co. of 
Farmingdale, NY., created the 
twin. Two men spent two days 
last June pouring a rubberized 
material over Testudo as it sat in 
front of McKeldin Library, fol- 
lowed by a wax mold on top. 
After a day to let the molds set, 
the wax was broken and easily 
removed. The rubber mold, 
which actually recreated Tes- 
tudo, was painstakingly peeled 
away from the bronze and taken 
back to Meisner's factory where 
the twin was created using the 
Lost Wax method. 

Fifty-nine years ago, the 
Diamondback Turtle Gorham 
used as a model for the shelled 
wonder had a ribbon attached to 
it at the dedication. The ribbon 
was tied to the canvas covermg 
the statue. The Diamondback 
moved forward, and revealed the 
splendor of his larger, bronzed 
brother. But no one rushed the 
smaller Diamondback in his du- 
ties. All in attendance were true 
believers who knew what many 
unfaithful have discovered about 
Terrapins. They bite. 




Stuffed Testudo meets bronze original. 




The Terrapin at Byrd Stadium lair. 



Stary of Byrd 

Bora in 2950, Byrd Stadium is being reborn in the 1990s. 



'Between November of 1991 and 
August of 1992, a Football Complex 
was constructed just beyond the East 
End Zone. Costing $7.0 million dol- 
lars, the Complex contains football 
offices, lockers, equipment and medi- 
cal support areas, and a weight 
room. The new building's presence 
changes the atmosphere for games. 
Formerly, the buildings that enclosed 
the open end of the horseshoe were 
well back from the playing area. 
They have been torn down, and the 
new building is just under 40 feet 
from the east end line. 

•Just beyond that end line for the 
first time sits a bronze Terrapin. Its 
installation was part of the celebra- 
tion of the 100th year of football in 
1992. 

' The concrete bowl, erected on 
the wetlands of an orchard, had de- 
cades of water damage repaired 
above and below its surface between 
October of 1990 and August of 1991. 
The 10 miles of redwood plank seats 
that held millions were replaced by 
environmentally less costly aluminum 
sheathed benches. 

* The old concession stands on 
the south side, a slice of stadium ar- 
chitecture sentimentally pleasing to 
those who remember their first visit 
to a football game, but prone to long 
lines on hot days, are now state-of- 
the-art palate pleasers. They are 
joined by new rest rooms and the 
stadium's first formal entranceway 
off of Field House Drive. 

The Tyser Tower. 

' Sitting on the south rim of the 
stadium bowl is a new press box, 
The Tyser Tower, also constructed in 
the spring and summer of 1991. Con- 
taining five tiers, it is a 90 foot high, 
160 foot long, mostly-enclosed struc- 
ture. The total spent on the 1990- 
1991 construction was $13.2 million; 
$3.4 million was spent on the Press 
Box 

The first level contains entrances 
at opposite ends for two elevators 
that service the building; sitting be- 
tween these support areas are 300 
exterior luxury seats. Occupants will 
enjoy the electric air of the crowd, 
but inherit the benefits of heated 
seating and a roof to ward 
inclement weather. 

The second level contains The 
Hospitality Suite with theater-type 
seating, and a large hospitality and 




Byrd in 1950: Its original, classic lines have not be altered. 



food preparation area Both sides of 
the press box, facing the field and 
facing the campus, have glass walls 
allowing for a bright interior and 
spacious feeling. The weekly football 
press luncheon is held here. 

The third level is the working 
press area, containing 200 seats for 
the working media, and an additional 
closed area seating 20 for statistical 
work. There is also a hospitality area 
with food preparation services. 

The fourth level is a mix of televi- 
sion and radio booths, coaches 
booths, and rooms for game manage- 
ment and invited guests. 

The fifth level is a photo deck that 
has on its exterior a representation 
of the ubiquitous Testudo looking 
down on the field of play. 

The Football Complex, Tyser 
Tower, concession stands, rest 
rooms, and stadium portals, designed 
by H-O-K Architects of Kansas City, 
are enclosed in sand-moulded Cal- 
vert #103 brick that matches the 
Williamsburg-style brick used on 
most of College Park's 335 buildings. 
The brick gives the contemporary 
architecture a timeless veneer, and 
unity with College Park's traditional 
Georgian look. 



The Maryland Partnership 

The $20.0 million spent thus far 
will be followed by funding to com- 
plete new concession stands and 
rest rooms on the west and north 
ends of the stadium, and the double- 
decking of the stadium's North 
Stands. 

Maryland's architectural athletic 
revival is funded by the Maryland 
Partnership, a matching-gift program 
between the state and friends of 
Maryland Athletics. 

The historic Byrd 

Byrd Stadium has been home to 
national championship football and 
men's and women's lacrosse teams 
(the Terps won the Women's NCAA 
Lacrosse Championship in 1992), 
and to 56 Atlantic Coast Conference 
Track and Field team champions. It 
hosted the Queen of England at a 
football game in 1957, and was the 
stage where the greatest high hur- 
dler in history, Renaldo Nehemiah, 
performed his wonders. 

Last spring, Byrd hosted the At- 
lantic Coast Conference Men's La- 
crosse Championship, the NCAA 
Women's Lacrosse Championship, 



and the Men's NCAA Lacrosse Cham- 
pionship. In May, 1989 every atten- 
dance record in lacrosse was broken 
when over 44,000 watched the NCAA 
Final Four of men's lacrosse. 

Many of the great moments in 
Maryland prep school history hap- 
pened there, as well as the Special 
Olympics and the Maryland State 
Games. Byrd Stadium is a Maryland 
tradition for the high school football 
coaches of the state who regularly 
hold their coaching clinic at College 
Park. 

The stadium is named after Dr 
H.C. Byrd, who was a multi-sport 
athlete as an undergraduate, later the 
head football coach, and later still the 
Maryland president. His vision gave 
College Park preminence among 
Eastern campus sports facilities for 
decades, and the impetus for the 
Terrapins to win more ACC champi- 
onships than any league school. 

With on-going refurbishment of 
the stadium capacity is at 42,000. 
Eventually all bleachers at the top of 
the stadium bowl will be removed, 
and the North Side will have an 
upper-deck. When these projects are 
complete, the seating will be 48,000 



Terpark 




Both east and west views reveal a new stadium. 




When built 41 years ago, the sta- 
dium was thought to be in a "first 
phase" of construction Plans called 
for the eventual seating of 92,000 
and the double-decking of the entire 
stadium. 

1950: Byrd Stadium, at the foot of 
the campus's North Hill was com- 
pleted. A home field school record 
43,836 fans witnessed a victory over 
traditional rival Navy in the opening 
game, September 30. The original 
capacity was 34,680. Putting tempo- 
rary bleachers around the top nm of 
the stadium and in the end zone 
boosted the capacity to 50,000. 

1952: Maryland had but three home 
games; the cost of season tickets 
ranged from SI 1.25 to S35.75. 

1953: Byrd hosted the National 
Championship Team. 

1957: Queen Elizabeth n visited for 
the North Carolina game, and the 
return of Jim Tatum to the scene of 
his coaching tnumphs. The Royal 
Visit produced an upset 21-7 victory 
by Maryland. Coach Tommy Mont 
said later that this was his finest 
moment as coach. 

1974: Bear Bryant returned to Col- 
lege Park with his Number Three 
Ranked Alabama Crimson Tide on 
September 14. Temporary bleachers 
were installed for the second time in 
stadium history to accomodate 



54,412, the largest crowd until that 
time at Byrd Alabama won, 21-16. 
Later m the season on October 11, 
the second largest crowd (49.674) in 
Byrd history watched the Number 15 
Ranked Terps defeat Number 17 
Ranked N.C. State, 20-10. The home 
team was inspired by film clips of 
Wolfpack taunting following 1973 s 
encounter Maryland averaged 37,995 
fans per game, a record. 

1975: On November 1, the attendance 
record was set at Byrd as Number 9 
Ranked Perm State defeated the 
Number 14 Ranked Terps, 15-13. The 
crowd was 58,973. Maryland's aver- 
age attendance was a record 42,359 

1983: The second largest crowd in 
Byrd Stadium. 54,715. witnessed the 
Number 17 Ranked Terps lose to 
West Virginia, 31-21 on September 17. 

1985: The Terps, who were ranked 
number one in the pre-season by 
Sport Magazine, set the all-time high 
attendance record, averaging 51,546 
for six home games. 

1990: Construction was begun follow- 
ing the last home football game of the 
season against Wake Forest (On. 13) 
on the first major athletic construc- 
tion on campus in 35 years Th 
Stadium refurbishment is the fii 
jor construction done at Maryland 
College Park without the oversight of 
Curley Byrd 






illiam E. Kirwan 




Welcome to Maryland 

President William E. Kirwan 



"On behalf of the entire 
campus community, it gives me 
great pleasure to welcome you 
to the University of Maryland at 
College Park. College Park 
enjoys a long and proud history 
of excellence in intercollegiate 
athletics. Under the leadership 
of Coach Duffner and his fine 
staff, this season promises to be 
one of our most exciting on 
record. 

"Having played football as a 
student/athlete, I certainly ap- 
preciate the commitment neces- 
sary to participate and excel in a 
varsity sport. It is this sense of 
commitment to achievement and 
excellence that characterizes 
College Park's varied athletic 
and academic programs. I am 
extremely proud of the fine 
athletes who represent College 
Park. 

"College Park deserves your 
support for many reasons. The 
tradition of excellence of our 
athletic programs is one cause 
for great pride. Our academic 
excellence is another. The 



state's designation of the 
University as its flagship campus 
results from our impressive 
academic achievement. 

"By every standard of 
measurement, the academic 
quality of College Park has 
grown dramatically over the past 
decade. We compare favorably 
with the nation's finest universi- 
ties in, among other areas, the 
number of National Merit and 
National Achievement Scholars, 
the number of honors students, 
the distinguished records of 
graduates, competitively 
awarded research grants, and 
the honors and prizes won by 
faculty. 

"We are indebted to you for 
the support that has made 
possible our athletic and 
academic accomplishments. We 
invite your continued partner- 
ship as College Park strives to 
set new standards of excllence 
both on the field and in the 
classroom." 




Terportraits, Mark Dufffner 




Leading the Charge! 

Mark Duffner charges through 
life, and his football philosophy 
("You can't stand still if you're 
charging.") is reflected in how his 
teams play the game. 

Appointed head coach at 
Maryland on December 31. 1991, 18 
months later he still isn't standing 
still. In his first month on the ]ob he 
assembled the best crop of recruits 
in recent years and a staff that 
would allow for a wholesale rewrit- 
ing of the Maryland recordbook. He 
spent 1992 spring practice installing 
whole new on-field, all-out philoso- 
phies on both sides of the ball Off 
the held, he changed the way Mary- 
land's student-athletes looked at 
themselves, and at football. GPAs 
skyrocketed as did commitment to 
weight training and to a 10 point 
team constitution that insisted 
student-athletes achieve on and off 
the field. 

By the time Duffner's first team 
hit refurbished ByTd Stadium out of 
its new Football Complex, everyone 
knew something special was going 
on. Maryland football was not in a 
transition stage ("You can't be in 
transition if you're charging.") so 
much as a sprmt to getting better. 

Maryland charged from the gate 
by leading nationally ranked 
Virginia, N.C. State and West 
Virginia well into the fourth quarter 
of each game, only to lose. Georgia 
Tech. Wake Forest, North Carolina: 
teams headed for bowls or nationally 
ranked teams made narrow escapes. 

Then there were the victories. 
Pittsburgh fell m an offensive, 
record-setting onslaught; Duke lost 
when Maryland went 87 yards in the 



final 13 seconds for a TD; and 
Clemson was rocked by the greatest 
Maryland aenal blitz in history 

Gomg beyond the 3-8 record 
revealed: 

"Maryland led in the second half 
m all but one ACC game; and m all 
but one league game could easily 
have won as lost. 

"Maryland was ready to play, 
every game. Nothing was ever left 
on the field. To make sure the prepa- 
ration was fun, Duffner hosted op- 
posing mascots at practice, 
performed magic tncks to break the 
routme, and was always ready to 
laugh at himself. After each game he 
cned, win or lose. 

"Maryland set 27 school records 
with its Run and Shoot Offense: 16 
individual records (six game, rune 
season, one career), and 11 team 
records (two game, 10 season). The 
Run and Shoot is perfect for Duffner: 
"You can't charge upfield if you're 
in a huddle." 

"No team in Maryland history 
gamed more yards (5,131) and only 
five other teams in the 100 years of 
football at Maryland scored more 
(292 points). 

"Twice in three weeks Sports 
Illustrated awarded its Offensive 
Player of the Week award to Mary- 
land's John Kaleo (Pittsburgh) and 
Marcus Badgett (Duke). 

"Maryland shattered the Atlantic 
Coast Conference recordbook, set- 
ting three individual league records 
and five team offensive records. 

"The top five games in number 
of pass completions m school history 
were m 1992, as well as the first 
four games in passing yards, the top 
TD passmg game, and four of the 
top seven games for individual 
receivers. 



"In the last two weeks of the 
season, Maryland accomplished the 
biggest turnaround in school history: 
from a 69-21 loss to 53-23 victory, a 
swing of 78 points ("You can't get 
down when you're charging."). 

"Duffner charged into the 
post-season, garnering the best 
recruiting class in a decade at Mary- 
land. 

If the future holds anything like 
Duffner's past, then it will be full, 
indeed. He came to Maryland as 
college football's winningest coach, 
having compiled a 60-5-1 record 
(.916 winning percentage) at Holy 
Cross in six years as head coach His 
legend preceded his first game: He 
took over in Worcester on a cold 
February day in 1986 just after his 
friend and head coach. Rick Carter, 
took his own life. Duffner's positive 
attitude and leadership blew away 
tragedy, and when the season came, 
the opposition. Holy Cross, 4-6-1 in 
1985. won 10 of eleven games in 
Duffner's first season, and the 
success never slowed. 



Duffner's Crusade 

Although Duffner seemed to flash 
across the football sky, gomg from 
assistant to 10-1 master of the game, 
his rise was based on the solidity of 
self-discipline, the work ethic, and 
experiences derived from playing for 
and working with some of football's 
best. 

Born m Washington, DC, he 
gjew up m Annandale, Va., just a 
football throw from College Park. A 
graduate of Annandale High School, 
he matriculated at William and Mary 
where he earned three letters as a 
defensive tackle, and was named 
Southern Conference All-Academic. 
He was recruited to come to 
Williamsburg by Bobby Ross and 
once there he played for Lou Holtz. 

He wasted no time after gradua- 
tion pursuing a coaching career. He 
was a graduate assistant at Ohio 
State for two years under Woody 
Hayes, defensive coordinator at the 
University of Cincinnati for four sea- 
sons, and he went to Holy Cross in 




k Dufffner 




1981 as defensive coordinator and 
recruiting coordinator. 

When his chance to run a college 
footall team came, Duffner at 32 
years of age was ready. 

1986: 10-1; Patriot League 
Champions; New York Times I-AA 
National Champions; winners of 
Lambert-Meadowlands Cup as 
premier Eastern I-AA team; winners 
of ECAC Team of the Year honors; 
Patriot League Coach of the Year; 
New England Football Writers Coach 
of the year; Boston Gridiron Club 
New England Coach of the Year; 
Kodak American Football Coaches 
Association I-AA District Coach of 
the Year; USA Today Massachusetts 
All-Sports Coach of the Year. 

1987: 11-0, the most wins in a 
year at Holy Cross; NCAA I-AA 
National Champion in poll; Patriot 
League Champions; winners of 
Lambert-Meadowlands Cup; ECAC 
Team of the Year; Kodak American 
Football Coaches Divsion I-AA 
National Coach of the Year; The 
Sports Network's Eddie Robinson 
I-AA National Coach of the Year; 
New York Football Writers I-AA 
Coach of the Year; Patriot League 
Coach of the Year; Boston Gridiron 
Club New England Coach of the 
Year; United Press International 
New England Coach of the Year; 
Kodak American Football Coaches 
Association I-AA District Coach of 
the Year. 

1988: 9-2-0, Lambert/Meadow- 
lands Cup winner as premier East- 
ern I-AA team. 

1989: 10-1; Patriot League 
Champions; ranked number four 
nationally; Lambert-Meadowlanc' 



Cup winner; ECAC Team of the 
Year; Patriot League Coach of the 
Year; Boston Gridiron Club New 
England Coach of the Year. 

1990: 9-1-1; Patriot League 
Champions; ranked number eight 
nationally; New York Football 
Writers I-AA Coach of the Year. 

1991: 11-0; Patriot League 
Champions; longest Division I-A/AA 
winning streak (20 games); ranked 
number three nationally; ECAC 
Team of the Year; Chevrolet 
National Coach of the Year (as 
selected by the National Football 
Foundation and the College Football 
Hall of Fame) 



Specifics 



Born: July 19, 1953, Washington, DC. 
Hometown: Annandale, Va 
Present residence: Silver Spring, Md. 
High School: Annandale 
College College of William & Mary 

Coaching Career: Graduate assis- 
tant, College of William & Mary 
(Spring 1975); Graduate assistant, 
Ohio State University (1975-1976); 
Defensive Coordinator, University of 
Cincinnati (1977-1980); Defensive 
Coordinator, Recruiting Coordinator, 
Holy Cross (1981-1985); Head Coach, 
Holy Cross (1986-1991); Head Coach, 
University of Maryland, 1992. 

Family: Wife, Kathy; daughters, 
Christina Mane (14) and Carolyn 
Elizabeth (12); and a son, John 
David (9). 





<?athy and Mark Duffner, Carolyn, John, and Christina 



10 



Terportraits, Mark Duffner 




A Welcome to 

a (Red Hot) Maryland 

from Mark Duffner 

"There was a lot of excitement around 
College Park during football season a year 
ago. Maryland broke 35 team and ACC 
offensive records, running and shooting its 
way to respectability. The Terps hung in 
until the end of almost every game, and 
everyone who saw us felt they had seen a 
team give everything it had on the field of 
play. 
"I know that effort will continue. When I came to Maryland, I remarked on how exciting Terrapin tradition is 
to me. Early-on in life I got involved in reading and hearing about the Terps; I grew up just across the Potomac. 
That tradition demands that this year's group of Maryland student-athletes keep going all-out, that the coaches 
and players don't ever leave anything on the field. Football at Maryland is a long-time success because of a lot 
of hard work by a lot of people. They worked like crazy to make success happen, and I intend to do the same. 

"A big part of the Maryland tradition is the color red. It's our theme this year: Red Hot. Great teams have 
worn red here, like the teams of Jim Tatum, Bobby Ross and Jerry Claiborne. We hope to proclaim our red as 
effectively and as excellently as they did, to produce a program where red can be worn proudly." 



Energy for People 

(An interview with Mark Duffner) 



Why are you so demonstrative? 
I like enthusiasm, I like people 
who show emotion. It helps me to 
get my pomt across. It helps reali- 
ty— it helps me express me, and 
my opinion. I want everything we 
do to be real and not something 
that is phony, or that it is just 
taking up time. Being demonstra- 
tive helps express what we've 
accomplished. 

How do you get so much into a 
day (A Duffner day is somewhere 
beyond 24 hours)? 
I just think that if you enjoy what 
you do, you can do a lot. I love 
dealing with people, and this is a 
great people job - I've just got 
energy for people. I couldn't stand 
being alone. So getting it done is 
trying to be as organized as you 
can be. and the Good Lord gave 
me an energy that has a good 
pace. We just try to get it all done. 

When did you determine that a 
family atmosphere was so 
important in building a football 
program? 



I sensed way back when I was 
playing that for an athlete in any 
team sport to be successful every- 
body has to contribute, and to 
care about one another. There 
couldn't be a selfish attitude 
because that detracted from the 
effort. So as a player in athletics I 
know that when we had our best 
teams people were committed to 
one another and to the goal of the 
team. Our best teams were those 
that were very, very close knit, 
and cared about one another. I 
was fortunate to be on some 
teams that were that way, and 
always thought if I had the 
chance to develop a program that 
would be the foundation. 

You invited the alumni to come 
back to play in your spring prac- 
tice game. Is this part of building 
an extended football family? 

We've worked at building an ex- 
tended family in a number of 
ways - we had a great spring. 
(San Diego Charger) Coach Bobby 



Ross came back to talk to the re- 
gion's high school coaches. We 
wanted to bring back success and 
tie it into what we are domg now. 
We had the alumni back who con- 
tributed so much to this program 
and its tradition, people like Jerry 
Claiborne. We shared stories, put 
names to faces. Just to have them 
back cheering us was excellent - 
it's what it is all about for gradu- 
ates of a football program. We had 
a Football Day this spring where 
400 youth came down for a half- 
day of fellowship with our players 
and staff. There was football in- 
struction and attitude instruction. 
I want our team to take responsi- 
bility and share with others. 

What is the most important 
aspect of turning football around 
at Maryland? 

I think there is one key word, 
"attitude." It is the component 
that drives everything. We want 
to be positive, we want to be 
productive, we want to be team- 



oriented. The greatest power we 
have is the power to choose. We 
all have the right to choose to 
have a good attitude or a bad 
attitude, and we need to have a 
lot of great attitudes, very, very 
positive in terms of our program at 
Maryland. 

Beyond the results on the score- 
board, what is the most reward- 
ing athletic experience for you? 
To see our players play hard, and 
to utilize their abilities to the full- 
est. When you see kids improve, 
when you see them know they 
have had success on individual 
plays, or they know they have 
worked hard and are able to make 
big plays — again utilizing their 
potential to its highest as athletes. 
It is very enjoyable for me to see 
them enjoy success, to become 
confident people, to become ag- 
gressive with confidence— I don't 
mean aggressive in terms of hurt- 
ing people, but being able to let to 
fly m terms of playing as hard as 
they can. 



11 



ark Duf fner 



way for you to 
>ple? 

the number one way. I 
fficult time, with- 
out coaching, to touch so many 
le, and to make things spe- 
cial. The people who have had the 
greatest impact on my life are my 
parents and my coaches, the way 
they taught me about what hard 
work was about, and what accom- 
plishing things was all about. Be- 
cause I was so moved by these 
people I wanted to have the same 
kind of effect on others. 

What is your ideal workout? 

I know I've had a great workout 
when I sweat. I jog, but I'm 
mostly retired when it comes to 
weightlifting. I like to sweat; I 
know I've had a good workout 
when I've sweated. One of life's 
great feelings is that shower after 
a workout. 

Is the shower after a workout 
like the locker room after a win? 

There is nothing like a locker 
room after victory. Just to see the 
emotions and feelings shared, the 
satisfaction and sense of accom- 
plishment - That is the best of all 
time. 

Win or lose, you seem emotion- 
ally high in the locker room after 
a game. What goes through your 
mind then? 

I feel better if I've gotten to each 
player, to each coach, and express 
personally what my feelings are. I 
want them to think positively 
about our effort, and to encourage 
them, and to set a tone for the 
next challenge we have. I don't 
want them ever to go out of the 
locker room without me saying 
something to each of them. It is 
just very important to me to get to 
them, to express my feelings, to 
tell them how much I appreciate 
their hard work, and to read their 
feelmgs. 

Do you like recruiting? 

I love recruiting. It's a people 
filled job -you get a chance to 
meet families, coaches, adminis- 
trators, student-athletes. Our mis- 
sion is to make our own family the 
best. This is a chance for us, in a 
manner of speaking, to adopt, to 
adopt the best to make our family 
better. You learn so much trying 
to find out about people, what 
makes this person special, why 
we should be recruiting this per 
son. To see all the contributing 




factors that allowed this person to 
achieve in the classroom and as a 
player. It's as intriguing as the 
devil -I love to study people and 
the stories of their success, and 
non-success. It's like seeing a 
great movie all the time. The 
emotions, the feelings - you get 
a chance to experience them in 
real life in recruiting. 

What are the team academic 
goals? 

Our goal is to obviously have 
people graduate, but beyond that 
goal is to have each person maxi- 
mize their potential in the class- 
room. Sure, I would like to have a 
team of all 3.0's or 4.0's, but if a 
3.0 is the best somebody can do, 



terrific; if a 2.0 is the best some- 
body can do, terrific. We want to 
create an environment that leads 
to academic thirst, a knowledge 
thirst if you will -for our student- 
athletes to go after the best they 
can be in the classroom. A 2.0 or a 
3.0 is not as important as the fact 
that they really desire an educa- 
tion, and understand academic 
development. 

Where did the idea for your team 
constitution come from? 

From our coaching staff. John 
Baxter (Running backs/special 
team's coach) had a lot of input 
into it in terms of us having some 
sort of way to state our values. 
John was instrumental in recog- 



nizing this, as well as the rest of 
the staff. Everybody authored and 
signed into the constitution. It is 
something we talk about, and 
make sure we follow through on. 

What does it feel like to touch 
the Terrapin's nose before the 
game? 

When I touch that thing I know 
that this is it- 'this is what it's 
all about' goes through your mind. 
It's an energy filled experience, 
really; you come out and see a 
filled stadium and the pre-game 
festivities -Now I really know it's 
game time at Maryland! 

What is your professional goal? 

I love coaching -working with 
kids, working with coaches. My 
goal is to be the best coach I can 
be. When I was a young man, 
about 24, 1 was at Cincinnati and I 
thought I had to be in that posi- 
tion for three years and move up 
the ladder. But then I got to Holy 
Cross and I really just enjoyed 
working with teams and people to 
make them the best they could be. 
I could have stayed in that capac- 
ity of assistant the rest of my life, 
and felt really good about it. I'm 
not caught up in the career plan- 
ning-there is just too much to do 
to sit around and career plan. My 
goal is take each day and do the 
best with it I can. When all is said 
and done, I'll know I did the best 
I could. 




12 



Terportraits, Dan Dorazio, Larry Slade 



Dan Dorazio 

Offensive Coordinator 
Offensive Line 

It anyone doubted that Dan 
Dorazio's offensive scheme would be 
as successful at Maryland as it had 
been during his record setting stint 
a6 offensive coordinator at Holy 
Cross, then make a close inspection 
of the Terps' 1992 statistics 

With Dorazio calling the offensive 
plays last year, the Terps Run-and- 
Shoot offense exploded for a 5,131 
yards, eight ACC records and 32 
school records. 

Incredibly, it was the second con- 
secutive year that Dorazio had or- 
chestrated an offense to more than 
5.000 total yards. Nationally, the 
Terps finished second in passing of- 
fense and fourth in total offense in 
1992. 

Not that these type of numbers 
should come as a surprise. 

In hrs first year as offensive coor- 
dinator at Holy Cross in 1991, the 
Crusaders averaged 467.1 total yards 
per game, 33 8 points per game and 
had a perfect 11-0 record. Maryland 
averaged a school-record 466.5 yards 
per game last season. 



In addition to his duties as offen- 
sive coordinator, Dorazio is one of 
the most respected developers of of- 
fensive linemen in the country He 
coached that position at several 
schools, including the University of 
Washington, where he oversaw the 
progress of All-America Mike Zandof- 
sky. At Holy Cross, Dorazio's linemen 
routinely dominated the All-Patriot 
League listings. 

Prior to joining Mark Duffner's 
Holy Cross staff, Dorazio was at 
Washington for five years, during 
which time he coached teams in four 
Bowl games. Dorazio also has some 
previous experience in the Atlantic 
Coast Conference, having coached at 
Georgia Tech from 1982-83. He got 
his coaching start at Kent State, hrs 
alma mater, where he began coach- 
ing as an undergraduate after play- 
ing football for the Golden Flashes 
for two years. 

A native of Stow, Ohio, Dorazio 
graduated from Kent State in 1974 
with a degree in Education. He has 
done significant post-graduate work 
toward a master's degree in sports 
administration. Dorazio has a son, 
Daniel, and a daughter, Mansa. 




Dan Dorazio is surrounded by daughter Marisa and son Danny. 



Specifics: 41 (1-22-52) 

Education: B.S. in education, Kent State, 1974 

Coaching: Undergraduate Assistant Coach, Kent State, 1972-73; 
Graduate Assistant, Kent State. 1974; Offensive Line and Receivers 
Coach. Hawaii, 1975-77; Offensive Line Coach, San Jose State. 1978; Part- 
Time Assistant. Umversity of Washington, 1979; Offensive Coordinator, 
Offensive Line and Kickers Coach, Northern Iowa, 1980-81; Offensive Lme 
Coach, Georgia Tech, 1982-83; Offensive Line Coach, Washington, 1984- 
88; Offensive Lme Coach, Holy Cross, 1989-91; Offensive Coordinator, 
Holy Cross. 1991; Offensive Coordrnator, Offensive Line Coach, University 
of Maryland, presently. 



Larry Slade 

Defensive Coordinator 
Defensive Backs 

The man who regularly coached 
defensive backs into the National 
Football League and directed a po- 
tent secondary that led its team to a 
national title is the Terps' defensive 
coordinator and defensive backs 
coach, Larry Slade. 

Beginning his second season at 
the helm of the Maryland defense, 
Slade is looking to forge the Terps' 
secondary into the high-octane unit 
that he coached at the University of 
Washington, where he helped coach 
a National Championship Team in 
1991 and directed one of the coun- 
try's best secondaries. 

Slade's desire to revamp the 
Terps' secondary was apparent from 
the early season last year, when he 
made two newcomers - Mike Lacy 
and Gene Green - his starting cor- 
nerbacks. This past spring, several 
more newcomers saw action in the 
secondary, and tremendous improve- 
ments seemingly were made there 
on a daily basis. 

Slade has a reputation as an 
outstanding technician, who consis- 
tently gets the utmost from 
his players. He certainly did at 
Washington, where six years of 
coaching defensive backs resulted m 
five players being drafted into the 
NFL. In 1991, on way to an 11-0 
record and a share of the national 
title, the Huskies' defense was 
ranked second in the country in total 
defense and scoring defense. Slade's 
secondary was a major reason why 
UW's passing efficiency defense was 
third-best in the nation. 



In 1990, Slade coached All-Pac-10 
cornerback Charles Mincy and in 
1991 Dana Hall was an All-Pac-10 
pick and a first round selection in 
the NFL Draft. 

A 1973 graduate of Shepherd 
(WV) College, Slade earned his bach- 
elor of science in biology with a con- 
centrated minor in English. He was a 
two-time All-West Virginia offensive 
guard at Shepherd in 1970-71 and 
earned honorable mention Little All- 
America honors in 1971. He was the 
Most Valuable Lineman of the 1971 
Civitan Bowl and led Shepherd to 
league titles m 1972 and 1973. He 
went on to begin his coaching career 
at Shepherd and was a part of the 
football staff there for the next 10 
years. 

Coaching at Maryland is a return 
to the East for Slade and his family. 
Besides his coaching stint at 
Shepherd, Slade coached previously 
at Richmond and Howard. 

Slade is married to the former 
Izetta Owens The couple has three 
children; Herbie, Roshawn, and 
Lyndsey. 



Specifics: 42 (4-6-51) 
Education: B S in biology, 
Shepherd College, 1973 
Coaching: Offensive Lme 
Coach, Shepherd College, 1973- 
78; Defensive Lme Coach, 
Shepherd College, 1978-81; 
Defensive Coordrnator, 
Shepherd College, 1980-81; 
Tight End Coach, University of 
Richmond, 1982; Secondary 
Coach, Recruiting Coordrnator, 
Howard University, 1983; Sec- 
ondary Coach, Southern Illinois, 
1984-85; Secondary Coach, 
University of Washington, 1986- 
91; Defensive Coordrnator, Sec- 
ondary Coach, University of 
Maryland, presently. 




Izetta, Lyndsey, Roshawn, and Larry Slade 



13 



ohn Baxter, Clyde Christensen 






2CB 

ig Mcks 

rSjsis Coordinator 

If there is a coach on the Mary- 
land staff that rivals Head Coach 
Mark Duffner in the area of 
emotional intensity it's John Baxter, 
the Terps' running backs coach and 
coordinator of special teams. 

Baxter's tank of energy is never 
empty. Despite suffering through 
one of the most trying seasons a 
coach could image - Maryland lost 
its top three rushers to injury last 
year and saw its next-best available 
back split time on defense - Baxter 
never let the adversity deter him. 

Seemingly forced to make line-up 
changes on a weekly basis because 
of the injuries, Baxter developed 
new talent. He took tight end Frank 
Wycheck and turned him mto a five- 
yards-a-carry rusher. He coached 
Raphael Wall - a sometimes run- 
ning back, sometimes strong safety 
- into an elusive runner as both a 
tailback and kick returner. 

Despite losmg back Kameron 
Williams m preseason, Mark Mason, 
among the nation's leading rushers 
m the country when he got hurt, in 
the fifth game and Larry Washington 
for most of the year with injuries, 
the Terps still managed 136.6 yards 
a game on the ground. 

Baxter joined the Terps' staff 
after a successful two-year stint at 
Anzona, where his special teams 
were consistently ranked among the 
Pac-10's best. In 1991, Arizona led 
the Pac-10 in kickoff returns, averag- 
ing 22.8 yards a return, and was 
second in the league m kickoff re- 
turn coverage (17.1 ypr) and punt 
return (11.2 ypr). In 1990, UA led the 



conference in kickoff coverage and 
was second in kickoff returns. 

A native of Chicago, Baxter was 
an undergraduate coach for four 
years at Loras (Iowa) College. He 
coached running backs from 1981-83 
and quarterbacks and receivers in 
1984-85. After earning his bachelor's 
degree in physical education from 
Loras in 1985, he moved on to Iowa 
State, where he earned his master's 
degree while serving as a graduate 
assistant under Jim Criner in 1986 
and Jim Walden in 1987. 

Prior to going to Arizona in 1990, 
Baxter was for one year the recruit- 
ing coordinator, outside linebackers 
coach and special teams coach at the 
University of Maine. The Black Bears 
won the Yankee Conference title 
that season, compiled a 9-3 overall 
record and advanced to the NCAA 
Division I-AA playoffs. 

Baxter is married to the former 
Jill McBnde, who is the daughter of 
University of Utah football coach Ron 
McBnde. 



Specifics: 30 (6-28-63) 

Education: B.S. in physical edu- 
cation, Loras College, 1985; M.S. 
in higher education, Iowa State, 
1987 

Coaching: Undergraduate 
Assistant Coach, Loras College, 
1981-85; Graduate Assistant 
Defensive Line Coach, Iowa 
State, 1986-87; Graduate 
Assistant Special Teams Coach, 
Anzona, 1988; Outside Lineback- 
ers Coach, Special Teams Coach 
and Recruiting Coordinator, Uni- 
versity of Maine, 1989; Special 
Teams Coach and Tight Ends 
Coach, Arizona, 1990-91; Special 
Teams Coach and Running Backs 
Coach, University of Maryland, 
presently. 



Clyde Christensen 

Assistant Coach 
Quarterbacks 

In his first year as quarterbacks 
coach at Maryland, Clyde 
Christensen helped add another 
chapter to the storied iustory of 
Terps signal callers 

Christensen monitored the devel- 
opment of John Kaleo last season, 
coaching the diminutive quarterback 
to the most heralded offensive sea- 
son in ACC history. Kaleo set five 
individual game school records and 
five season marks. He accumulated 
3,392 yards of total offense, which 
was the second most by a player in 
ACC annals. His 315.6 yards per 
game was the second best total in 
the country. 

Kaleo was the MVP of the Blue- 
Gray Ail-Star Game last December. 

Chnstensen came to Maryland 
after one season as the running 
backs coach at South Carolina, but 
prior to that he had worked with 
Terp Coach Mark Duffner's Run and 
Shoot offense at Holy Cross. 
Christensen was on Duffner's HC 
staff m 1989 and 1990, calling the 
offensive shots for teams that had a 
combined record of 19-2-1. Chris- 
tensen coached receivers and tight 
ends in his first year at Holy Cross, 
before being promoted to 
offensive coordinator for the 1990 
campaign. 

Chnstensen certainly knows 
something of the quarterback posi- 
tion in this league. He played the 
position for North Carolina, leading 



two of the Tai Heels most successful 
teams. A native of Corvina, Calif., 
Chnstensen directed the Tar Heels m 
the 1976 Peach Bowl and the 1977 
Liberty Bowl. He was a junior college 
All-America quarterback at Fresno 
City College before enrolling at UNC. 
He earned his degree from Carolma 
in 1979. 

He began his coaching career as a 
graduate assistant at Mississippi m 
1979 and moved on to become offen- 
sive coordinator and quarterbacks/ 
running backs coach at East Ten- 
nessee State m 1980-82. He coached 
at Temple from 1983-85 and at East 
Carolma from 1986-88 before joining 
Duffner's Crusaders' staff. At ECU, 
Chnstensen coached on both sides of 
the ball - working with the quarter- 
backs and outside linebackers. 

Chnstensen and his wife, Debbie, 
have three children: Rebecca, Rachel 
and Ruth. 



Specifics: 36 (1-28-58) 

Education: B.S. m industrial 
relations, North Carolma, 1979 

Coaching: Graduate Assistant, 
Mississippi, 1979; Offensive 
Coordmator, East Tennessee 
State, 1980-82; Quarterbacks 
and Wide Receivers Coach, 
Temple, 1983-85; Offensive 
Coordmator and Recruiting 
Coordmator, East Carolina, 
1986-88; Receivers and Tight 
Ends Coach, Holy Cross, 1989; 
Offensive Coordmator, Holy 
Cross, 1990; Running Backs 
Coach, South Carolina, 1991; 
Quarterbacks Coach, University 
of Maryland, presently. 




14 



Terportraits, Mel Foels, Peter McCarty 



Mel Foels 

Assistant Coach 
Inside Linebackers 

In 25 years of college coaching. 
Mel Foels has established a reputa- 
tion for developing outstanding de- 
fensive units with few star players. 

Foels however did tutor great 
players. While an assistant at North 
Carolina, he directed the college 
career of probably the greatest line- 
backer in ACC history - Lawrence 
Taylor. 

But Taylor was the exception, not 
the rule. More often, Foels has taken 
hardworking, over-achieving players 
and developed their talents within a 
team concept. 

Certainly that will be Foels' 
charge this season as he begins his 
second year with the inside 
linebackers in Maryland's defensive 
alignment Gone from last year's 
squad is team captain Mike 
Jarmolowich, who signed as a free 
agent with the San Francisco 49ers. 

In his place, Foels will work tri- 
captain Chad Wiestling, a converted 
tight end. and Tim Brown and Enck 
Wood, the only two returnees with 
any appreciable experience at inside 
linebacker, with several young play- 
ers. It will be a unit forged on depth 
and determination, much like he has 
developed throughout his quarter- 
century in the profession 

Foels lists many of the country's 
historical football powers on his 
impressive professional resume. At 
Arizona State, where he coached in 
1990 and 1991. he guided the Pac- 
10's second-leading defense in 1991. 
From 1984-89, he coached outside 



linebackers at Tennessee, and before 
that he was the linebackers coach at 
North Carolina, where Taylor was 
his star pupil. In Foels' four years at 
UNC, the Tar Heels compiled a 37-11 
record and won four consecutive 
bowl games. 

A native of Toledo. Ohio. Foels 
graduated from Bowling Green in 
1965 and received his master's 
degree from the school in 1966. He 
played guard and linebacker for the 
Falcons from 1961-64 

Foels began his coaching career 
as an assistant at Iowa Wesleyan 
College in 1966. He took over the 
head coaching position the next year 
and guided IWC to four Prairie Con- 
ference titles. He was the league 
Coach of the Year three times. 

Foels and his wife, Dawn, have 
two daughters, Tracie and Shellie. 



Specifics: 50 (8-3-43) 

Education: B.S. in biology and 
physical education, Bowling 
Green State. 1965; M.S. in 
education, Bowling Green State, 
1966 

Coaching: Assistant Coach, 
Iowa Wesleyan College, 1966; 
Head Coach, Iowa Wesleyan 
College, 1967-72; Defensive Luie 
Coach, University of Iowa, 1973; 
Defensive Line Coach, Eastern 
Kentucky, 1974-76; Defensive 
Line Coach, Tulsa, 1977-79; 
Linebackers Coach. University of 
North Carolina, 1980-83; Out- 
side Linebackers Coach, 
University of Tennessee, 1984- 
89; Defensive Coordinator, 
Arizona State, 1990-91; Inside 
Linebackers Coach, University of 
Maryland, presently. 




Peter McCarty 

Assistant Coach 
Outside Linebackers 




In the Terps' attacking style of 
defense, the outside linebackers may 
end up being the most active players 
on the field And that is just the way 
outside linebacker coach Pete Mc- 
Carty wants it. 

One of five imports from Mark 
Duffner's final Holy Cross staff to 
come with the head coach to Mary- 
land, McCarty seems to revel in a 
state of constant motion. His energy 
certainly was evident during the first 
season of the Duffner era. McCarty's 
corps of linebackers were among the 
most active of any unit on defense. 

There were assignments made 
and assignments missed during that 
first developmental season, but ev- 
ery play was executed with 100 per- 
cent effort. That is the type of effort 
that McCarty demands - from his 
players and himself. 

When not coaching on the field, 
he has been known to spend hours 
watching film. Preparation helps wm 



Shellie, Dawn and Mel Foels (daughter Tracie not pictured). 



Specifics: 37 (1-12-56) 

Education: B.S. m education, 
Massachusetts, 1978; M.S. in 
physical education, Syracuse, 
1983. 

Coaching: Assistant Coach, 
Bangor (Maine) High School, 
1978-79; Defensive Coordinator. 
Maine Central Institute, 1979-81; 
Graduate Assistant, Syracuse 
Umversity, 1981-83; Defensive 
Coordinator, American Interna- 
tional College, 1983-85; Defen- 
sive Ends Coach, Holy Cross 
College, 1986-91; Outside 
Linebackers Coach, Umversity of 
Maryland, presently. 



football games and McCarty and his 
troops are nothing if not prepared 

McCarty has always been a hard 
worker. At Holy Cross, he held three 
distinct positions - coaching the 
Crusader's defensive ends, acting as 
the professional scout liaison and 
serving as the team's academic coor- 
dinator On the field, he oversaw the 
development of a group of ends that 
included Tom Smith, a 1988 All- 
America and the Crusader's single- 
season sack co-record holder with 16 
In fact, in his last two years at HC, 
McCarty's defensive ends combined 
to register 38 sacks. 

A Bangor. Me. native, McCarty 
was an All-East. All-New England 
and All- Yankee Conference 
linebacker at Massachusetts. He was 
the 1977 UMass co-captain for a 
team that advanced to the NCAA 
Division I-AA playoffs. 

After graduating from 
Massachusetts in 1978, he returned 
to his hometown to coach at Bangor 
High School. He then moved to 
Maine Central Institute in nearby 
Pittsfield. Me. 

In 1981, McCarty joined the staff 
at Syracuse as a graduate assistant. 
While earning his master's degree in 
physical education, McCarty was a 
defensive coach and chief scout for 
the Orangemen. From Syracuse, Mc- 
Carty went to American International 
College, where he served as defen- 
sive coordinator from 1983 to 1986. 
when he joined Duffner's Holy Cross 
staff. 

McCarty is smgle. 




15 



liff Schwenke, John Shannon 



it Caacb 
tine 

psn accepting the head coach- 
ing position at Maryland, Mark 
Duffner, known as one of the coun- 
try's most innovative offensive 
coaches, first laid the ground work 
for a successful Terrapin defense. 

In selecting numerous members 
of his Holy Cross staff to join him in 
College Park, Duffner made sure that 
defensive line coach Cliff Schwenke 
made the move south. Schwenke, as 
mtenor defensive line coach for the 
Crusaders, oversaw a unit that led 
the Patriot League in rushing de- 
fense, scoring defense and total de- 
fense for five consecutive seasons. 

Those Holy Cross lines featured 
some of the biggest, strongest, fast- 
est linemen m the Patriot League. 
And based on Maryland's recruiting 
m 1993, Schwenke may be coaching 
one of the biggest defensive lines in 
the ACC before too long. 

The Terps signed five players this 
winter who are all at least 6-5 and 
285 pounds and will be given an 
early look along the defensive front. 

While those newcomers mature, 
however, Schwenke will take a vet- 
eran defensive line mto the 1993 
season, anchored by returning 
starter Jim Panagos at nose tackle 
and team tn-captain Mark Sturdivant 
at end. 

As defensive line coach at Holy 
Cross, Schewenke helped develop a 
unit that produced two All- 
Amencans - middle guard Steve 
Southard (second team, 1986) and 
tackle Andy Martin (third team, 
1987) - and several All-Patriot 



League performers. He also doubled 
as the HC recruiting coordmator. In 
that position, he oversaw the recruit- 
ment of six seasons worth of student 
athletes that helped the Crusaders 
to a 60-5-1 overall won-loss record. 

Prior to joining on for his second 
stint at Holy Cross in 1986 - he also 
coached there from 1978-81. 
Schwenke served in various coach- 
ing capacities at Brigham Young, 
William & Mary, Worcester Polytech- 
nic Institute, Columbia and Boston 
College. 

A 1973 graduate of the University 
of Bridgeport, Schwenke was an All- 
East linebacker and captain of the 
UB team that went 11-0 and won the 
1972 Knute Rockne Bowl. A native of 
Amsterdam, N.Y., Schwenke has two 
children: David and Anne. 



Specifics: 42 (6-21-51) 
Edcuation: B.S. m physical edu- 
cation, University of Bridgeport, 
1972. 

Coaching: Graduate Assistant, 
Albany State, 1975; Part-time 
Assistant, Brigham Young 
University, 1976; Part-time As- 
sistant, Boston College, 1977; 
Defensive Assistant and Head 
Freshman Coach, Columbia 
University, 1978; Defensive Line 
Coach and Recruiting Coordina- 
tor, Holy Cross College, 1979-80; 
Defensive Line Coach, William & 
Mary, 1981; Part-time Assistant, 
Holy Cross College, 1983-84; 
Offensive Coordmator, Worces- 
ter Polytechnic Institute, 1985; 
Defensive Line Coach, Recruit- 
ing Coordmator, Holy Cross 
College, 1986-91; Defensive Line 
Coach, University of Maryland, 
presently. 




John Shannon 

Assistant Coach 
Outside Receivers 

As offensive coordmator at the 
University of Pacific in 1990 and 
1991, John Shannon directed the 
Tigers' Run and Shoot offense to 
record-setting numbers. In 1992, as 
the outside receivers coach at 
Maryland, Shannon again harnessed 
the explosiveness of the Run and 
Shoot to help the Terps' receiving 
corps turn in a record-breaking 
season. 

In his first season at Maryland, 
Shannon developed the talents of 
Marcus Badgett to the point where 
he caught a conference record 75 
catches and was named first team 
AU-ACC Badgett hauled m an in- 
credible 112.7 yards per game in 
receptions, which obliterated the 
school record and was second-best 
m the nation. Badgett also set the 
school record for reception yards in a 
game with 251 against Pittsburgh. 
Badgett became the only player in 
ACC history to record two 200-yard 
receivmg games in a single season. 

None of these records surprised 
Shannon, who has been extolling the 
possibilities of this extraordinary of- 
fense for several years. 

In 1991, under Shannon's play 
calling, UOP ranked first in the coun- 
try in touchdown passes (42), second 
in total offense (511.25 yards per 
game), third m passing offense 
(342.80 yards per game) and seventh 
in scoring (36.3 points per game). 

Shannon directed an offense that, 
for the first time in NCAA history, 
produced a 3,500-yard passer (Troy 
Kopp), a 1,500-yard receiver (Aaron 
Turner) and a 1,500-yard rusher 
(Ryan Benjamin) in a single season. 
Benjamin, in fact, was the first 
player in NCAA history to rush for 
1,500 yards and catch at least 50 
passes. 



During his coaching tenure at Pa- 
cific and at the University of Rich- 
mond before that, five of Shannon's 
wideouts earned All-America honors. 

A native of Bowling Green, Ky , 
Shannon attended Eastern Illinois 
University. He played defensive back 
for the Panthers and graduated in 
1976 with a bachelor's degree in 
physical education. He began his 
coaching career in 1977 as the tight 
end coach at Western Kentucky, from 
which he earned his master's degree 
in education in 1978. 

In 1978, he was named defensive 
coordinator at Maryville College and 
stayed on that side of the ball for 
two years at Maryville and two sea- 
sons as defensive coordinator at 
Wayne State. In 1982, he was named 
offensive coordinator at Morehead 
State, where in two years his teams 
set 14 game passmg records, and his 
reputation as one of the bright, 
young offensive minds m the game 
was established. 

Shannon is married to the former 
Sally Partain, and the couple has 
three sons, Justin, Benjamin and 
Colby. 



Specifics: 39 (8-5-54) 

Education: BA. in physical edu- 
cation and health, Eastern Illinois, 
1976 ; MA. in education, Western 
Kentucky, 1977 

Coaching: Tight End Coach, 
Western Kentucky, 1977; Assis- 
tant Head Coach, Defensive 
Coordmator, Recruiting Coordina- 
tor, Maryville College, 1978-79; 
Assistant Head Coach, Defensive 
Coordmator, Recruiting Coordma- 
tor, Wayne State, 1980-81; Offen- 
sive Coordinator, Morehead State, 
1982-83; Offensive Passing Game 
Coordinator, University of Rich- 
mond, 1984-88; Offensive Coordi- 
nator, University of Pacific, 1989- 
91; Outside Receivers Coach, 
University of Maryland, presently. 



\ TsSt 




Cliff Schwenke is Banked by daughter Annie and son David. 



Benjamin, Colby, Justin, Sahy and John Shannon. 



16 



Terportraits, Rob Spence 



Rob Spence 

Assistant Coach 
Inside Receivers 

In his first year as the inside or 
slot receivers coach at Maryland. Rob 
Spence oversaw a unit that was a 
main reason (or the Terps' record- 
setting offense. 

Outside receiver Marcus Badgett 
earned the individual honors, and 
quarterback John Kaleo garnered the 
accolades associated with the sport's 
highest profile position, but game- in 
and game-out, Spence's slot receivers 
continued to post huge numbers. 

Maryland's starting inside receiv- 
ers, Richie Harris and Dan Prunzik. 
combined for 108 catches and 1198 
receiving yards Harris, with 56 
catches, and Prunzik. with 52, were 
second and third, respectively, in the 
ACC in catches last season. 

With those two stars graduated, 
Spence will put out on the field this 
year a unit of receivers dominated by 
freshmen and sophomores He never- 
theless expects the same kind of 
numbers, because everywhere he has 
coached, whether dealing with expe- 
rienced players or relative newcom- 
ers. Spence has developed talent. 



One of five coaches to make the 
move with Mark Duffner to Maryland, 
Spence spent his last season at HC 
guiding record-setting quarterback 
Tom Ciaccio. the MVP of the Patriot 
League. As quarterbacks coach, 
Spence molded the trigger men for 
the Crusaders, the only unbeaten 
team in I-AA in 1991 Holy Cross fin- 
ished fourth in the country in total 
offense (467 yards per game) and 
ninth in passing offense (292 yards 
per game) under Spence's guidance. 

Before going to Holy Cross in 
1991. Spence was the offensive coor- 
dinator and receivers coach at Hof- 
stra University, where he kept the 
Flying Dutchmen in flight. Hofstra led 
Division III in points (472), passing 
(343 2 yards per game) and total of- 
fense (505.7 yards per game) and set 
the Division III record for scoring 
margin at 38.2 points a game. 

A 1981 graduate of Iona College, 
Spence played tight end for the 
Gaels. He began his coaching career 
at Iona Prep, where he was offensive 
coordinator from 1982-84, before 
being named head coach. He spent 
five years as head coach, compiling a 
29-19-1 record, before moving on to 
become offensive coordinator at his 
alma mater in 1989. 

Spence and his wife. Susan, have 
a one-year old daughter, Samantha. 




Rob. Samantha and Susan Spence. 



Specifics: 35(10-10-58) 

Education: B.S. in social work, Iona College. 1981 ; M.S. in education, 
Iona College. 1990 

Coaching: Offensive Coordinator. Iona Prep. 1982-84; Head Coach, 
Iona Prep. 1984-88: Offensive Coordinator and Receivers Coach. Hofstra 
University. 1990; Quarterbacks Coach. Holy Cross College. 1991; Inside 
Receivers Coach, University of Maryland, presently. 



Marcus Badgett not only rewrote the Maryland and Atlantic Coast 
Conference recordbooks in receiving a year ago, but he also made 
first team Academic All-Atlantic Coast Conference. 




17 



Todd Hobin, Jim Miceli 



assia 

vrdinator 

Beginning his second year as the 
/ideo coordinator, 
Todd Hobin oversees an area that 
encompasses the latest in technical 
innovation. 

Inside the Terps' new football 
team building is a state-of-the-art 
video editing lab that also doubles as 
Hobin's office. With computerized 
editing equipment, Hobin can break 
down game and practice video in any 
number of ways. If a coach wants a 
tape of just "third-and-long" plays, 
Hobin can dub it quickly. If the de- 
fensive coaches want to only watch 
plays where their defense was set in 
a particular formation, he creates that 
tape immediately. 

This creative editmg is available 
because Hobin and his staff work 
tirelessly during games and practices 
chronicling every situation. Every 
play that is video taped is coded by 
computer so that the special tapes 
can be edited after each game. 

Hobin knows what he is doing - 
on both sides of the camera. While 
he handles only video responsibilities 



at Maryland, he has extensive experi- 
ence as a football coach. He was for 
three years on the football staff at 
Cornell University, helping the Big 
Red to the 1990 Ivy League Champi- 
onship. He helped coach the quarter- 
backs and running backs on that 
team and served as the freshman 
team's offensive coordinator. 

Prior to coaching at Cornell, he 
was for two years on the staff at Ith- 
aca as an assistant defensive backs 
coach and a defensive coordinator for 
the junior varsity. Ithaca won the 
1988 Division III National Champion- 
ship with Hobin on the staff. 

A native of Holland Patent, NY, 
Hobin graduated cum laude from 
Cortland State. He was a three-year 
letterwinner at running back and 
punter for the Red Dragons. He also 
attended Hamilton College for one 
year, where he was the team's start- 
ing free safety. 

Hobin and his wife, Candice, 
are expecting their first child this 
December. 



Jim Miceli 

Recruiting Coordinator 

Jim Miceli, who has recorded a 
long history of success in Eastern 
football on the collegiate and prep 
levels, was named recruiting 
coordinator in June. 

Miceli, 36, was at the University 
of Pittsburgh last fall where he 
coached tight ends and coordinated 
goal line, short yardage and option 
game plans in the high powered 
Panther scheme. He was also the 
football staff member responsible for 
many of the academic programs for 
football players. In mid-winter, he 
moved to Wisconsin as assistant 
recruiting coordinator for a period of 
three months before being appointed 
at College Park. 

Miceli, a 1979 Southern 
Connecticut State graduate, began 
his college coaching career as a 
graduate assistant at Pittsburgh 
(1980-1982). He moved to Norwalk 
(Conn.) High School in 1983 where 
he served three years as head coach, 
and then to Old Tappan (N.J.) High 
School where he was head coach for 
two years. Both schools enjoyed 



championship success during his 
tenure. 

In 1983, Miceli moved to Ramapo 
(N.J.) College where in four years he 
recorded a 31-9 record as head 
coach, and earned the Roadrunners 
E.C.A.C. post-season honors. He was 
selected Coach of the Year in the 
New Jersey Athletic Conference in 
1989, and among his athletes two 
earned All-America honors and 
seven all-ECAC honors. Ramapo had 
won but one of its previous 30 
games before Micelis management. 

A native of Rye, N.Y., Miceli was 
an all-league offensive lineman on 
the prep level before enrolling at 
Southern Connecticut where he won 
two letters. He is married to the 
former Manann Brunetti; they 
have two daughters, Victoria and 
Alexandria. 




Candice and Todd Hobin. 



Jim and Manann Miceli with daughters Ali and Victoria (right). 



18 



Terportraits, Bruce Warwick, Graduate Assistants 



Bruce Warwick 

Administ i.inir Assistant 

Handling the day-to-day, non- 
football operations for Coach Mark 
Duffner's staff is administrative as- 
sistant Bruce Warwick, who begins 
his second season with the Mary- 
land program. 

The administrative assistant over- 
sees a variety of duties, including 
organizing all team travel, serving as 
the football staff coordinator 
between the University's academic 
community and the student-athletes, 
and administering all special events 
hosted by the football staff, includ- 
ing clinics, summer camps, and the 
like 

Warwick may have one of the 
most difficult jobs on the entire 
University of Maryland campus - 
keeping Duffner, who constantly 
tries to cram 48 hours of activity into 
a 24-hour day, on schedule. 

Warwick came to Maryland after 
one season as the administrative 
assistant and assistant recruiting 
coordinator at Syracuse University, 



where he worked under Head Coach 
Paul Pasqualoni In that capacity, he 
kept the Orangemen staff updated 
on all NCAA rules changes, main- 
tained all student-athlete eligibility 
paperwork, coordinated Coach Pas- 
qualoni's schedule, assisted with fa- 
cilities arrangements, recruiting and 
many other essential football-related 
operations. 

A 1989 graduate of Columbia Col- 
lege in Syracuse, Warwick was 
awarded a Bachelor of Arts in Busi- 
ness Administration. He earned a 
master's degree in sports manage- 
ment from the United States Sports 
Academy. 

While an undergraduate student, 
prior to getting involved with athlet- 
ics, Warwick served in various ca- 
pacities for the MONY Federal Credit 
Union in Syracuse, eventually reach- 
ing the position of staff auditor in 
1989. In 1990. he was elected to the 
Board of Directors of the Credit 
Union. 

A native of Baldwinsville. N.Y., 
Warwick, 26, married the former 
Cynthia DeBlaay this summer. 




Cynthia and Bruce Warwick. 



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John Hallei and Daryl Jones. 

lohn Haller 

Graduate Assistant Coach 

Beginning his second season on 
the Terps' staff is graduate assistant 
coach John Haller. 

Haller works primarily with Dan 
Dorazio and the offensive line as well 
as the scout team defense. He also is 
heavily involved in video breakdown 
of opponents defense and in prepar- 
ing opponents scouting reports. 

Prior to coming to Maryland, 
Haller was a graduate assistant at 
Frostburg (Md.) State for two sea- 
sons. At Frostburg, he was the 
defensive backfield coach and the 
defensive coordinator for the junior 
varsity in 1991 and the receivers 
coach and co-offensive coordinator in 
1990. In 1991, Frostburg was the 
ECAC Southeast Champions, and 
Haller's defensive backs helped post 
the 20th-rated pass efficiency 
defense in the nation. 

His offensive coordinator duties in 
1990 helped the team to the ECAC 
South Championship, the No. 7 
scoring offense m the country and a 
school record nine victories. 

Haller currently is pursuing a 
master's degree in education admin- 
istration at Maryland. He received 
his M.A. in business administration 
from Frostburg last summer. He 
earned his undergraduate degree 
with honors in economics and 
statistics from the University of 
Michigan m 1989. 

Haller, 26. is smgle. 



Daryl Jones 

Graduate Assistant Coach 

Also beginning his second year 
on the staff is graduate assistant 
coach Daryl Jones. 

Jones works closely with Larry 
Slade in coaching the defensive 
backfield. He also is mvolved in all 
aspects of coaching the special 
teams, as well as on-campus 
recruiting, scouting and video 
breakdown. 

This is the third college staff on 
which Jones has worked. Prior to 
coming to Maryland, he was the 
volunteer coach at Duke in 1991 and 
the volunteer coach at Hofstra in 
1990. With the Blue Devils, he 
coached the defense and special 
teams. With the Flying Dutchmen he 
coached offense and special teams. 

Dunng the 1988 and 1989 sea- 
sons, Jones was an assistant football 
coach and head track coach at John 
Glenn High School on Long Island. 
NY. 

A 1987 graduate of C.W. Post, 
Jones earned a Bachelor of Arts in 
political science and education. He 
also was a four-year letterwinner in 
football and track. Jones attended St 
Johns High School m Ocala. Fla He 
was a prep standout in football and 
track, winning the Florida State Pole 
Vault Championship in 1983. 

Jones is currently pursuing bis 
Master's degree in Educational 
Adniinistration at Maryland and wiii 
earn his degree next spring. 

Jones, 28, is single. 



19 



David lingerer, Dwight Gait 



% Conditioning 

Cca 

Dave Ungerer, the Terps' second- 
year head strength and conditioning 
coach, may have one of the most 
expansive offices on campus. Still, 
he has very little room to stretch out. 

When the football team complex 
was completed last year, Ungerer 
moved his office into the spacious, 
7,500-square foot weight room that 
takes up almost 25 percent of the 
new building. Shortly after moving 
his desk and chair into place, how- 
ever, Ungerer oversaw the outfitting 
of the weight room with close to a 
quarter million dollars of state-of- 
the-art equipment. 

The facility is now completely 
outfitted with the best weight equip- 
ment, and Lingerer's experience as 
one of the top strength specialists in 
the country insures that the Terps 
will be one of the nation's most 
physically strong teams. 

Ungerer joined the Terps from 
Holy Cross, where in four years he 
was part of a staff that led the 
Crusaders to the winnmgest record 
m college football. 



At Maryland, Ungerer oversees 
the strength and conditioning 
regimens for all 23 intercollegiate 
sports. He directly supervises the 
football program's strength progress, 
and coordinates each of the other 
team's workouts through a talented 
and effective staff. His commitment 
to the football program is total. In 
his first spring in College Park, 
several school record performances 
were set during the weight testing 
period associated with spring 
practice. This year, many of those 
records toppled. Ungerer's enthusi- 
asm and ability to motivate in the 
weight room is legendary 

Prior to joining the Crusaders, 
Ungerer was the defensive line 
coach and strength coach at David- 
son College in 1986-87. In 1985, he 
was the defensive line coach at 
Northeastern. 

A native of Edison, N.J., Ungerer 
played running back and linebacker 
at Edison High School, rushing for 
more than 1,000 yards and earning 
all-Area honors. He then earned 
three varsity letters as a running- 
back at Southern Connecticut State. 
He received his Bachelor of Science 
in Physical Education from SCSU in 
1980. 

Ungerer, 36, is single. 



Dwight Gait 



Assistant Coach 
Strength & Conditioning 

Dwight Gait has been a member 
of the Maryland strength and 
conditioning staff for several years 
and now works primarily with the 
football team. 

Gait was an assistant strength 
coach at Maryland in 1984 and 1985, 
and rejoined the staff prior to the 
1989 football season 

Gait has a wide-ranging back- 
ground in the field of strength and 
conditioning He was the director of 
Frank Costello's Elite Training 
Center for several years, and he had 
worked extensively with the 
Washington Capitals of the National 
Hockey League on their preseason 
conditioning. 



A graduate of Maryland, Gait 
received his Bachelor of Science in 
business and management in 1983. 
He earned his Master's of Science in 
exercise physiology from Maryland in 
1989 

Like Ungerer, Gait's enthusiasm 
and encouragement of Maryland 
players in the weight room has met 
with tremendous success. The 
Maryland football team is stronger 
now than it has ever been. 

Gait, 36, is married to the former 
Mary Janice Taylor The couple 
has four children, Angie, Teri, 
Dwight IV, and Tom. 




Dave Ungerer and Dwight Gait: Iron Terps. 



Ungerer and Gene Green: Higher and higher go the strength and 
conditioning performances. 



20 



Terpersonnel, Travel Plans 



Football Complex Staff Directory 

(Area Code 301) 

Football Office 314-7095 

FAX 314-9980 

University of Maryland Football 
Football Complex 

Byrd Stadium 
Field House Drive 
P.O. Box 295 
College Park, Md. 20741 

Mark Duffner, Head Coach 314-7096 

John Baxter, Running Backs/Special Teams 314-7108 

Clyde Christensen, Quarterbacks 314-7107 

Dan Dorazio, Offensive Coordinator /Offensive Line 314-7102 

Mel Foels, Linebackers 314-7085 

Pete McCarty, Defensive Ends/Lmebackers 314-7106 

Chff Schwenke, Defensive Line 314-7101 

John Shannon, Outside Receivers 314-9674 

Larry Slade, Defensive Coordinator/Secondary 314-7104 

Rob Spence, Inside Receivers 314-7109 

ToddHobin, Video Coordinator 314-9958 

Jim Miceli, Recrmtmg Coordinator 314-7098 

Bruce Warwick, Office Administrator 314-9642 

JohnHaller, Graduate Assistant 314-7103 

Daryl Jones, Graduate Assistant 314-7103 

Sandy Worth, Head Trainer, Sports Medicme 314-9905 

Jim Weir, Assistant, Training 314-9901 

Dave Ungerer, Coach, Strength & Conditioning 314-7099 

Dwight Gait, Assistant, Strength & Conditioning 314-9927 

Ron Ohnnger, Equipment Manager 314-7331 

Eric Youngstrom, Assistant Equipment 314-7110 

Betty Francis, Secretary 314-7095 

Bree Wagner, Secretary 314-9930 

Melissa Whisnant, Secretary 314-9903 



Terp Travel Plans 

September 11 at North Carolina 

Holiday Inn at 
Research Triangle Park 
New Page Road and Exit 282 
Research Triangle Park, NC 27709 
(919) 941-6000 

September 25 at Virginia Tech 

Marriott at Roanoke Airport 
2801 Hershberger Road NW 
Roanoke, VA 24017 
(703) 563-9300 

October 9 at Georgia Tech 

Atlanta Marriott Northwest 
200 Interstate North Parkway 
Atlanta, GA 30330 
(404) 952-7900 

October 30 at Clemson 

Holiday Inn— Clemson 
U.S. Routes 123 & 76 
Clemson, SC 29633 
(803) 654-4450 

November 13 at N.C. State 

Holiday Inn 

at Research Triangle Park 
New Page Road and Exit 282 
Research Triangle Park, NC 27709 
(919) 941-6000 

November 20 at Wake Forest 

Sheraton Inn-Winston-Salem 
5790 University Parkway 
Winston-Salem, NC 27105 
(919) 767-9595 




phabetical 







Pos. 


Ht. 


Wt. 


Age 


Yr 


Hometown/High School 


Major 






OLB 


6-3 


240 


20 


So 


Silver Spring, MD/Montgomery Blair 


Criminal Justice 






DB 


6-0 


190 


20 


Fr* 


Dale City, VA/Garfield 


Intensive Educational Development 






ISR 


5-10 


180 


19 


Fr* 


Silver Sprmg, MD/Spnngbrook 


Letters & Sciences 




avid 


ISR 


5-10 


180 


21 


Jr 


Hyattsville, MD/DeMatha 


Criminal Justice 


61 


BOYD, Vernon 


DB 


6-1 


190 


22 


Sr 


Hardyville, VA/Middlesex 


Criminal Justice 


BRADLEY, Madison 


NG 


6-3 


287 


24 


Sr 


Buffalo, NY/Cleveland Hill/Nassau C.C. 


Art Studio 


77 


BRAGG, Jamie 


C 


6-1 


271 


23 


Jr* 


Severna Park, MD/Severna Park 


Agricultural Research Busmess 


44 


BROWN, Tim 


ILB 


6-1 


205 


21 


So 


Statesville, NC/Statesville/Fork Union Military 


Letters & Sciences 


1 


BURNETT, Doug 


SU-B 


5-8 


188 


21 


Jr* 


Laurel Springs, NJ/Highland Mills 


Criminal Justice 


47 


CARLTON, Chad 


ISR 


5-9 


160 


22 


Sr* 


Clinton, MD/St. John's Col/Norwich 


Radio/TV 


19 


CARTER, Andrew 


ISR 


5-10 


180 


19 


Fr* 


Stockton, CA/Lincoln 


Letters & Sciences 


45 


CHAVEZ, Mario 


ILB 


6-2 


220 


19 


Fr* 


North Miami Beach, FL/Monsignor Pace 


Marketmg 


53 


DUBIS, Jade 


OG 


6-1 


274 


22 


Jr* 


Asheboro, NC/Asheboro/Fork Union Military 


Secondary Education 


2 


EVERHART, Cleveland 


OLB 


6-2 


215 


21 


So 


Highland Park, Ml/Highland Park/Northeastern Okla. A&M J.C. 


Criminal Justice 


57 


FITZGERALD, Craig 


LB 


6-1 


210 


21 


So 


Philadelphia, PA/La Salle College 


Letters & Sciences 


49 


FLORES, Jaime 


OLB 


6-2 


229 


23 


Sr* 


Baltimore, MD/Poly 


Kinesiological Sciences 


22 


FOLEY, Kevin 


QB 


6-2 


185 


19 


Fr* 


Cherry Hill, NJ/Cherry Hill East 


General Business Administration 


59 


GILLESPIE, Joe 


LB 


6-1 


230 


20 


Fr* 


Summit Hill, PA/Manon Catholic 


Letters & Sciences 


52 


GILLESPIE, Mike 


OLB 


6-3 


230 


20 


Fr* 


Silver Sprmg, MD/Spnngbrook 


Criminal Justice 


36 


GRANT, Jonathan 


ILB 


6-0 


227 


22 


Sr 


Rockville, MD/Rockville 


Mechanical Engineermg 


41 


GRAY, Gene 


OLB 


6-1 


205 


21 


So* 


Washington, DC/Archioishop Carroll/Valley Forge Military 


Criminal Justice 


9 


GREEN, Gene 


DB 


5-9 


175 


20 


Jr* 


Yeadon, PA/Penwood 


Economics 


69 


GREENSTEIN, Erik 


C 


6-2 


270 


19 


Fr* 


Andover, MA/Andover 


Kinesiological Sciences 


42 


GUERRA, Angel 


DB 


6-2 


198 


21 


Jr 


Manassas, VA/Stonewall Jackson 


Economics 


64 


GUNSSER, Paul 


OT 


6-5 


279 


21 


Jr* 


Philadelphia, PA/Archbishop Ryan 


Criminal Justice 


74 


HACK, Dave 


OG 


6-6 


280 


21 


So* 


Holland, NY/St. Francis 


Kinesiological Sciences 


96 


HALL, Farad 


OLB 


6-2 


270 


19 


Fr* 


Carol City, FL/Monsignor Pace 


Computer Science 


98 


HENNE, Aaron 


DT 


6-5 


280 


19 


Fr' 


Allison Park, PA/Shaler Area 


Criminal Justice 


88 


HENRY, Erik 


ISR 


6-3 


220 


19 


Fr* 


Cherry Hill, NJ/Cherry Hill East 


Marketmg 


97 


HILL, Dom 


NG 


6-3 


255 


21 


So 


Washington, DC/St. John's 


Criminal Justice 


85 


HOLOBETZ, Corey 


OLB 


6-4 


231 


21 


So* 


Pottsville, PA/Pottsville 


General Business Administration 


5 


INGE, Wade 


WR 


6-1 


180 


19 


So 


Lindenwold, NJ/Overbrook Regional 


Accounting 


54 


INGRAM, Steve 


OT 


6-5 


283 


22 


Jr' 


Seat Pleasant, MD/DuVal 


Criminal Justice 


81 


KREMUS, Jason 


WR 


6-1 


207 


22 


Sr* 


Northampton, PA/Northampton 


Recreation 


27 


LACY, Mike 


DB 


5-9 


173 


20 


So* 


Burke, VA/Lake Braddock 


General Business Administration 


4 


LEWIS, Jermame 


WR 


5-9 


170 


18 


So 


Lanham, MD/Eleanor Roosevelt 


Letters & Sciences 


20 


LYTLE, Ken 


K 


6-0 


180 


20 


Fr* 


Avon, CT/Avon 


Accounting 


99 


MACK, Sharrod 


DT 


6-3 


281 


20 


Fr* 


Bronx, NY/Cardinal Spellman 


Letters & Sciences 


11 


MARCHESE, Tom 


QB 


6-2 


215 


21 


So* 


Dunmore, PA/Dunmore 


General Business Administration 


21 


MASON, Mark 


SU-B 


5-8 


191 


21 


Sr 


Potomac, MD/Churchill 


Family Studies 


8 


MIKE, David 


ISR 


6-2 


204 


22 


Sr* 


Aliquippa, PA/Aliquippa 


Finance 


13 


MILANOVICH, Scott 


QB 


6-4 


220 


20 


So* 


Butler, PA/Butler 


Criminal Justice 


10 


OLAVARRIA, Luis 


OLB 


6-1 


192 


20 


So* 


West Haverstraw, NY/North Rockland 


Government & Politics 


95 


PANAGOS, Jim 


NG 


6-2 


250 


22 


Sr* 


Islip Terrace, NY/East Islip 


Criminal Justice 


37 


PLANK, Kevin 


ILB 


5-11 


221 


21 


Jr 


Kensington, MD/St. John's/Fork Union Military 


Letters & Sciences 


12 


REED, Dee 


QB 


6-2 


205 


19 


Fr' 


Dade City, FL/Pasco Comprehensive 


Genera] Business Administration 


79 


REGAN, Ed 


OG 


6-5 


268 


22 


Sr* 


Cherry Hill, NJ/Cherry Hill East 


History 


24 


ROACH, Sergio 


DB 


5-11 


180 


21 


Fr* 


Concord. MA/Concord Carlisle 


Economics 


89 


ROBERTS, Richard 


ISR 


5-9 


170 


20 


So 


Annandale, VA/Annandale 


Criminal Justice 


67 


ROSEWAG. Andy 


OT 


6-4 


260 


20 


Jr' 


Crownsville, MD/Old Mill 


Agricultural 


43 


SETTLES, Mil 


DB 


6-2 


200 


20 


So 


Temple Hills, MD/Bishop McNamara 


Letters & Sciences 


70 


SHRODE, Brent 


OT 


6-6 


270 


18 


Fr* 


Apopka, FL/Apopka 


Engmeenng 


35 


SIMMONS, Jonathan 


DB 


5-9 


170 


18 


Fr' 


Miami, FL/Miami Central 


Secondary Education 


80 


SIMPSON, Tyrone 


OLB 


6-2 


260 


19 


Fr' 


Wilmington, NC/E. A. Lancy 


Letters & Sciences 


51 


SISLER, John 


DLB 




200 


20 


So 


East Brunswick, NJ/Central Reg/Admiral Farragut Academy 


Physical Education 





22 



Terplayers, Alphabetical, Newcomers 


No. Name 


Pos. 


Ht 


Wt 


Age 


Yr 


Hometown/High School 


Major 


66 STEVENS, Shannon 


DL 


6-2 


260 


20 


So 


Cumberland, MD/ Allegany 


Letters & Sciences 


7 STROZIER. Orlando 


DB 


6-2 


190 


19 


Fr' 


Augusta. GA/Hephzibah 


Afro-American Studies 


31 STURDIVANT, Mark 


OLB 


6-2 


245 


22 


sr 


Silver Spring, MD/Spnngbrook 


Family Studies 


76 TETER, John 


OT 


6-6 


265 


20 


So- 


College Park. MD/DeMatha 


Aerospace Engineering 


75 THOMPSON, Billy 


DT 


6-5 


250 


19 


Fr' 


Dunwoody. GA/Dunwoody 


Letters & Sciences 


29 WALL. Raphael 


DB 


5-11 


202 


20 


Ji 


Columbia, MD/Wilde Lake 


Criminal Justice 


56 WALLACE Al 


OLB 


6-4 


210 


19 


Fr' 


Del Ray Beach. FL/Spanish River 


Computer Science 


32 WASHINGTON. Larry 


SU-B 


5-11 


215 


21 


Jr 


Randallstown, MD/Randallstown 


Letters & Sciences 


86 WEAVER, Russ 


ISR 


6-3 


215 


21 


Jr 


Monroeville, PA/Gateway 


Finance 


55 WEBSTER, Jahmal 


ILB 


6-1 


203 


21 


Jr' 


North Braddock, PA/Woodland Hills 


Kinesiological Sciences 


26 WIESTLING, Chad 


OLB 


6-2 


220 


21 


Sr 


Greencastle, PA/Greencastle-Antnum 


Criminal Justice 


34 WILLIAMS, Kameron 


SU-B 


5-8 


183 


22 


Jr 


Garnerville, NY/North Rockland 


Criminal Justice 


15 WILLIAMS, Walt 


ISR 


6-0 


170 


19 


Fr' 


Miami, FL/Kulian Senior 


Criminal Justice 


16 WINN. Jason 


K 


5-11 


175 


19 


Fr' 


Tallahassee, FL/Leon 


Government & Politics 


48 WOOD. Enck 


ILB 


6-1 


222 


21 


So* 


Medford, NJ/Shawnee 


Criminal Justice 


84 WOODESHICK, Kevin 


OLB 


6-3 


225 


21 


Jr' 


Berwick, PA/Berwick 


Computer Science 


•Redshirt season 
























NEWCOMERS 






Name 


Pos. 




Ht. 




Wt. 


High School/Hometown 




Richard Abrams 


DL 




6-4 




275 


Arundel Odenton, MD 




Jason Brown 


LB 




6-2 




222 


Hamilton County/White Springs. FL 


Lonny Cahcchio 


P/K 




6-3 




200 


Plantation HS/NW Mississippi JC/Plantation, FL 


Terrance Carter 


DB 




6-0 




190 


Southridge/Miami. FL 




Brian Cumrrungs 


QB 




6-0 




185 


Iona Prep/Eastchester, NY 




Darryl Gillman 


DL 




6-6 




300 


St. John's/Washington, D.C, 




Lamont Gore 


DB 




6-2 




195 


DeMatha/Hargrave/Lorton, VA 


Rhett Hespnch 


LB 




6-2 




225 


Brookwood/Snellville, GA 




Johnnie Hicks 


DT 




6-3 




230 


Susquehanna Township/Hamsburg. PA 


Mancel Johnson 


WR 




6-2 




185 


Eleanor Roosevelt/Lanham, MD 


Chaney Milner 


RB 




6-1 




220 


Episcopal Academy/Washington, D.C. 


Mark Motley 


OL 




6-7 




315 


Colquitt County/Georgia Mmtary/Moultne. GA 


Keno Shawell 


RB.DB 




5-10 




200 


Glen Mills/Pottstown, PA 




Pete Sonentino 


OL 




6-6 




285 


Curtis/Staten Island, NY 




Jermaine Stewart 


WR 




5-11 




180 


Maiist/ Jersey City. NJ 




Ratcliff Thomas 


LB 




6-1 




220 


T.C. WiHiams/Hargrave/Woodbridge, VA 


Bnan Underwood 


RB 




6-2 




180 


Lehman/Bronx, NY 




Pat Ward 


OL 




6-5 




290 


St. John's/Washington, D.C 




Tim Watson 


DL 




6-4 




245 


Mainland Regional/Somers Point, NJ 


Ron White 


OL 




6-6 




290 


Beth Center/Brownsville, PA 




Brett White 


LB 




6-3 




215 


Homell/Homell, NY 




Cornelius White 


DL 




6-4 




240 


Newburgh Free Academy/Newburgh, NY 


Allen Williams 


DB 




5-11 




200 


Thomasville HS/Georgia Military JC/Thomasville, GA 


• 

















23 



nciations 



k Facts 

ion: College Park, MD 

1856 

Enrollment: 21,543 

Nickname: Terrapins, Terps 

Colors: Red, White, Black & Gold 

Stadium: Byrd Stadium (42,000) 

President: Dr. William E. Kirwan 

Faculty Representative: . . Dr. Betty F. Smith 
Athletic Director: Andy Geiger 

Grid Facts 

Head Coach: Mark Duffner 

Overall Record at School: 3-8(1) 

ACC Record at School: 2-6(1) 

Career Record: 63-13-1(7) 

Offensive Set: Run and Shoot 

Defensive Set: Multiple 40 

Lettermen Returning: 28 

Lettermen Lost: 29 



Dr. Betty Smith 
Athletics Faculty 
Representative to 
NCAA, ACC 




Maryland by the Numbers 

Team Records 

Seasons: 101, 1892-1992 

All-Time Record: 503-447-42 

Record (1953-92): 222-193-8 

ACC Games Only: 143-93-4 

BowlRecord: 6-9-2 

Byrd Stadium Record: 134-78-3 

ACC Standings (1853-1992) 

1st - 8 4th - 4 7th - 2 
2nd - 6 5th - 4 8th - 2 
3rd - 11 6th - 3 9th - 

All-Americans 

All-Americans (1st & 2nd): 27 

Consensus All-Americans: 10 

Unanimous All-Americans: 4 

Academic All-Americans: 5 

Conference Honors 

ACC Player of the Year: 3 

ACC Rookie of the Year: 

Jacobs Blocking Trophy: 2 

ACC Coach of the Year: 6 

All-Academic ACC: 73 

All-ACC First Team: 91 

1950s - 15 1980s - 29 

1960's - 10 1990's - 2 

1970s - 35 



Draft Picks 

Total Selections: 179 

Players Selected: 158 

No. 1 Picks: 12 




Pronunciations 



Latroy Askew As-Kue 

Mario Chavez Chah-vez 

Jade Dubis Doo-bihs 

Jaime Flores High-mee Floor-ez 

Erik Greenstem Green-stine 

Angel Guerra Ahng-HEL Goo-wear-ah 

Aaron Henne Hen-ee 

Wade Inge Inj 



Tom Marchese . . . 
Scott Milanovich . 
Luis Olavarria 

Jim Panagos 

Brent Shrode 

Orlando Strozier . 
Chad Wiestling . . 



Mar-kays 

Mill-an-o-vich 

. Ahl-iv-ar-i-a 

. . . Pan-a-ghos 

Shhroad 

Stroh-zier 

. . . . Weest-ling 



Numerical Roster 



Num Name Pos 22 

1 Doug Burnett SU-B 23 

2 Cleveland Everhart DB 24 

4 Jermaine Lewis ISR 25 

5 Wadelnge WR 26 

7 Orlando Strozier DB 27 

8 DavidMike ISR 29 

9 Gene Green DB 31 

10 Luis Olavarria OLB 32 

11 Tom Marchese QB 34 

12 DeeReed QB 35 

13 Scott Milanovich QB 36 

15 Walt Williams WR 37 

16 Jason Winn K 41 

18 David Beach ISR 42 

19 Andrew Carter ISR 43 

20 KenLytle K 44 

21 Mark Mason. SU-B 45 



Kevin Foley QB 

Vernon Boyd DB 

Sergio Roach DB 

Latroy Askew DB 

Chad Wiestling ILB 

Mike Lacy DB 

Raphael Wall DB 

Mark Sturdivant OLB 

Larry Washington SU-B 

Kameron Williams SU-B 

Jonathan Simmons DB 

Jonathan Grant ILB 

Kevin Plank ILB 

Gene Gray OLB 

Angel Guerra DB 

Mike Settles DB 

Tim Brown ILB 

Mario Chavez ILB 



47 
48 
49 
51 
52 
53 
54 
55 
56 
57 
59 
61 
64 
66 
67 
69 
70 
74 



Chad Carlton 

Enck Wood 

Jaime Flores 

John Sisler 

Mike Gillespie. ... 

Jade Dubis 

Steve Ingram 

Jahmal Webster. . 

Al Wallace 

Craig Fitzgerald. . 

Joe Gillespie 

Madison Bradley. 

Paul Gunsser 

Shannon Stevens 
Andy Rosewag... 
Erik Greenstein . . 

Brent Shrode 

Dave Hack 



..ISR 

ILB 

OLB 

OLB 

OLB 

..OG 

. OT 

..ILB 

OLB 

...LB 

LB 

NG 

. OT 

...DL 

,, OT 

...C 

.. OT 

OG 



75 Billy Thompson DT 

76 John Teter OT 

77 Jamie Bragg C 

79 Ed Regan OG 

80 Tyrone Simpson OLB 

81 Jason Kremus WR 

82 Erek Barron ISR 

84 Kevin Woodeshick OLB 

85 Corey Holobetz OLB 

86 Russ Weaver ISR 

88 Erik Henry ISR 

89 Richard Roberts ISR 

Chris Abrahams OLB 



90 



NG 



95 Jim Panagos 

96 Farad Hall OLB 



97 Dom Hill 



NT 



98 Aaron Henne DT 

99 SharrodMack DT 



24 



Offensive Depth, Defensive Depth Following Spring Practice 



Offense 




Returning starters in bold (ace 


' Redshirt year 




Wide Receiver 


Wide Receiver 


Wade Inge 


Jason Kremus 


(So. 6-1 180) 


(Sr. 1 6-1 200) 


Chad Carlton 


Jermaine Lewis 


(Sr. 5-9 160) 


(So. 5-9 170) 


Tackle 


Guard 


Steve Ingram 


Jade Dubis 


(Jr.* 6-5 295) 


(Jr.* 6-1 275) 


Brent Shrode 


Erik Greenstein 


(Fr. 1 6-6 270) 


(Fr.* 6-2 285) 


Center 


Quarterback 


Jamie Bragg 


Scott Milanovich 


(Jr.* 6-1 271) 


(So.* 6-4 220) 




Kevin Foley 




(Fr. 1 6-2 185) 



Slot Receiver 

Andrew Carter 
(Fr. 1 5-10 180) 

Walt Williams 
(Fr. 1 6-0 170) 

Guard 

David Hack 
(Jr.* 6-6 280) 

Ed Regan 
(Sr.* 6-5 270) 

Superback 
Mark Mason 

(Sr. 5-8 195) 
Doug Burnett 

(Jr.* 5-8 188) 



Slot Receiver 

Russ Weaver 
(Sr.* 6-3 215) 

DavicLMike 
(Sr ' 6-2 205) 

Tackle 
John Teter 

(So.* 6-6 265) 
Paul Gunsser 

(Jr.* 6-5 280) 



Defense 

Outside Linebacker 
Jaime Flores 

(Sr * 6-2 230) 
Kevin Woodeshick 

(Jr.* 6-3 225) 



Inside Linebacker 

Tim Brown 

(So. 6-1 205) 
Jahmal Webster 

(Jr.* 6-1 205) 



Inside Linebacker 
Chad Wiestling 

(Sr. 6-2 220) 
Erick Wood 
(Jr.* 6-1 220) 



End 

Mark Sturdivant 

(Sr.* 6-2 245) 
Jonathan Grant 

(Sr. 6-0 227) 



Tackle 

Sharrod Mack 
(So.* 6-3 285) 

Aaron Henne 
(Fr.* 6-5 280) 



Nose Guard 
Jim Panagos 

(Sr.* 6-2 250) 
Farad Hall 
(Fr.* 6-2 270) 



Outside Linebacker 

Luis Olavarria 

(So.* 6-1 195) 
Cleveland Everhart 

(Jr. 6-2 215) 



Left Comer 
Eugene Green 

(So. 5-9 175) 
Sergio Roach 

(So. 5-11 180) 



Free Safety 
Angel Guerra 

(Jr. 6-2 200) 
Orlando Strozier 

(Fr.* 6-2 190) 



Roverback 

Raphael Wall 
(Jr. 5-11 200) 

Mike Settles 
(So. 6-2 220) 



Right Comer 
Michael Lacy 

(So.* 6-2 197) 
Charles Green 

(So. 6-2 185) 



Placekicker 
Jason Winn 

(Fr.* 5-11 175) 
Ken Lytle 

(So. 6-0 180) 



Punter 

Jason Winn 
(Fr.* 5-11 175) 

Ken Lytle 
(So. 6-0 180) 



25 



s, Steve Ingrain 



-.an 

, MD 
Major: Criminal Justice 
High School: DuVal 

At Maryland: A top post-season 
honors candidate ... Returns as one 
of the best and most experienced 
offensive lineman in the ACC ... Su- 
perior potential, played four offen- 
sive line positions as freshman three 
years ago ... A two-time letterwinner 
who missed the entire 1991 season 
after suffering a fracture of his right 
leg in the first quarter of the season 
opener ... Was granted a medical 
redshirt, giving him junior eligibility 
entering the 1993 season ... Runs 
well and has great range 

1992: Started every game at left 
tackle ... All-ACC candidate and 
Exxon Supreme Team nominee ... An 
integral part of the offensive line 
that was tops in the ACC and sec- 
ond in the nation in passing (329.8 
yards per game) and tops m the 



ACC and fourth in the nation in total 
offense (466 yards per game) ... 
Starter at Virginia after sitting out 
exactly one year following leg injury 
against Hoo's in '91 ... Four cut 
blocks at Virginia ... Had five cut 
blocks and one pancake block 
against N.C. State One cut block 
and three knockdowns in solid per- 
formance at West Virginia ... Named 
Coaches Co-Offensive Player of the 
Week versus the Mountaineers ... 
Again named Coaches Co-Offensive 
Player of the Week for his 
Pittsburgh performance ... Had three 
cut blocks, one pancake block, and 
one TD scoring block ... Big game vs. 
Georgia Tech with three cut blocks 
... two cut blocks and two 
knockdowns vs Wake Forest .. Two 
cut blocks vs. Duke Coaches Of- 
fensive Player of the Week as he 
smashed all season marks with 12 
cut blocks vs North Carolina; also 
had one TD block, one pancake and 
one knockdown ... At Florida State, 
he recorded two cut blocks and one 
knockdown ... Against Clemson in 
season finale had eight cut blocks 




Steve Ingram: In the middle of a lot of offensive celebrations. 




Making a push for post-season honors. 



and one knockdown block ... 40 cut 
blocks on season, four pancakes 
(tied for team high), 12 knockdowns 
(led team), and three TD blocks (tied 
for team lead) ... Played the first half 
of the year despite a broken thumb 
Had 59 top grade blocks on year 
to lead team, by far ... Won the Bob 
Bell/Tommy Marcos Award 
presented to the Best Offensive 
Lineman at the 1992 Terrapin Foot- 
ball Awards Banquet ... Also won 
the James Tatum Award presented 
by the M-Club Foundation. 

1991: Suffered a spiral fracture of the 
right fibula and a sprain of his right 
ankle in the season opener against 
Virginia ... Missed the remainder of 
the season. 

1990: Smart player who played four 
offensive line positions - both guards 
and both tackles - as a freshman ... 
Did not start ... Moved to offensive 
line in pre-season camp. 

1989: Spent redshirt season playing 
defensive tackle. 

At DuVal: A three-time all-League 
selection ... Following his senior sea- 
son, he was named first team all- 



County and second team all-Met ... 
He represented Maryland in the 
Big 33 game against a group of 
Pennsylvania All-Stars ... His team 
voted him 1988 Defensive Lineman 
of the Year ... Ingram was named 
Honorable Mention all-County after 
his junior year and area coaches 
named him to their Coaches All-Star 
Team ... As 1988 team captain, he 
helped lead DuVal to county and 
state championships He was se- 
lected to the Who's Who in High 
School Football ... A two-sport stand- 
out in high school, he earned three 
letters in football and two in basket- 
ball ... Was also team captain in bas- 
ketball his senior year ... He was a 
two-time all-League selection in bas- 
ketball and following his senior year 
was named Honorable Mention All- 
County in basketball ... Member of 
the Honor Roll. 

Personal: Born 5/8/71. Steve is the 
son of Cynthia and Kirk Ingram 



26 



Terpacesetters, Captain Mason 



Mark Mason 

Super Back 
Sr. 5-8 191 
Potomac. MD 
Major: Family Studies 
High School: Churchill 

At Maryland: Doak Walker Award 
nominee ... Selected a team tri- 
captain (or his senior year One of 
the most explosive backs playing 
maior college football .., Has seen 
each of his two previous seasons cut 
drastically short by iniunes, but he is 
completely healthy for the start of his 
senior campaign Suffered a shoul- 
der iniury in the fifth game Both 
seasons, he was leading the ACC in 
all-purpose yardage when he was 
lost for the year He is as hard- 
working and intense a player as 
there is on the team 

1992: Led the ACC in all-purpose 
yardage (178.0 yards a game) and 
ranked 8th in the NCAA before going 
down with an iniury (fractured scap- 
ula of left shoulder) in fifth game of 
season .He was second in the ACC 
rushing (129 yards a game) and 8th 
in the NCAA Had solid effort at 
Virginia but enipted in second week 
against N.C. State for 164 ground 
yards - the best performance by a 
Terrapin in three years running ball 
(he also had a special teams tackle) 
... Chosen Coaches Offensive Player 
of the Week after that performance ... 
Followed that game up with another 
personal best at West Virginia with 
167 yards ... Those two games were 
the best back-to-back performances 
by a Terp since Charlie Wysocki ran 
for 222 and 202 yards versus Louis- 
ville and Virginia in 1979 ... Went 
over 1,000 career yards in Morgan- 
town ... Again chosen Maryland 
Coaches Player of Week (with Mar- 
cus Badgett) ... At Penn State he be- 
came the first runner to gain over 
100 yards against the Nittany Lions 
since Notre Dame's Ricky Watters in 
1990 (18 straight games) ... He be- 
came the first Maryland runner to 
gam over 100 yards in three straight 
games since Charlie Wysocki in 1980 
... First Maryland runner to gam more 
than 100 yards vs. Penn State since 
Wysocki in 1980 ... He mjured his 
shoulder early in the Pittsburgh 
game. 

1991: ACC leader in all-purpose yard- 
age (452 ground yards - 76 yards 
receiving * 67 yards on kickoff re- 
turns) before injury ... Third in the 
ACC in rushing when mjured ... Not 
since Charlie Wysocki m 1979 had a 
sophomore runner gamed that kind 
of ground yardage through five 
games (Wysocki had 478 ground 



yards) Seventy-one yard TD against 
Syracuse career long Longest TD 
run in three seasons (Michael Beasley 
ran foi 75 yard TD at West Virginia in 
1988) Good receiver, second on 
team with 13 receptions for 76 yards 
when his season ended . .. No one 
shut him down, even though he split 
playing time with several other backs 
Without injury, on track to become 
first sophomore to lead Maryland in 
rushing since Wysocki Broke right 
tibia early in third quarter of Tech 
game; if healthy would have 
surpassed personal record for yards 
in a game. 

1990: Was not used extensively until 
last game of season vs. Virginia. 

At Churchill: An All-Montgomery 
County selection his senior season ... 
broke all Churchill records that were 
formerly held by Paul Palmer, former 
NFL running back ... Rushed for 2,961 
yards during his three year career at 
Churchill ... Ran for 400 yards in a 
three-game span his senior season 
Gained 1,313 yards and 17 TD's dur- 
ing his junior season ... Represented 
Maryland in Big 33 game runs a 4.4 
in the 40-yard dash. 

Personal: Born 4/25/72. Mark is the 
son of Wendy and Mark Mason. 




Mark Mason: Ready to roll ahead as the ACC's best. 



Mason's 


Statistics 




















Rushing 






Receiving 




KO Returns 


1992 


Att 


Yds 


TD 


LG 


Rec 


Yds 


No 


Yds 


Va. 


16 


83 





24 


6 


40 


1 


12 


NCS 


28 


164 





17 


5 


24 


2 


37 


WVa 


28 


167 


1 


24 


2 


7 


2 


46 


PSU 


22 


102 





22 


3 


30 








Pitt 


2 


7 





4 














'92 Totals 


96 


523 


1 


24 


16 


101 


5 


95 






Rushing 






Receiving 




KO Returns 


1991 


Att 


Yds 


TD 


LG 


Rec 


Yds 


No 


Yds 


Va. 


21 


96 


1 


27 


3 


14 






Syr 


10 


96 


1 


71 


4 


30 






WVa 


17 


68 





15 


2 


16 






Pitt 


17 


118 


1 


22 


3 


10 






GaT 


17 


74 





13 


1 


6 






'91 Totals 


82 


452 


3 


71 


13 


76 


3 


67 






Rushing 






Receiving 




KO Returns 


1990 


Att 


Yds 


TD 


LG 


Rec 


Yds 


No 


Yds 


VaTech 


1 


2 







1 


-3 






WVa 


4 


13 







1 


8 






Clem 


2 


1 















Mich 


3 


1 







1 


11 






GaT 


















4 


103 


WF 


7 


52 











1 


28 


Duke 


















3 


63 


UNC 


















1 


11 


PSU 


















1 


16 


Va. 


18 


116 


2 


59 


4 


31 


1 


33 


Ind. Bowl* 


15 


93 





19 


3 


47 


2 


44 


'90 Totals 


35 


194 


2 


59 


7 


51 


11 


254 


Year-by-Year Totals 




















Rushing 






Receiving 




KO Returns 


Year 


Att 


Yds 


TD 


LG 


Rec 


Yds 


No 


Yds 


1992 


96 


523 


1 


24 


16 


101 


5 




1991 


82 


452 


3 


71 


13 


76 


3 




1990 


35 


194 


2 


59 


7 


51 


11 




Career 


213 


1169 


6 


71 


26 


228 


19 


. 


' Bowl stats 


are not figured mto individual 


season or career totals 











27 



Captains Stuidivant, Wiestling 



-' .-.ant 

ckei 

Spring, MD 
Major: Family Studies 
High School: Springbrook 

At Maryland: Team tri-captam who 
will be starting for the second con- 
secutive year ... He is among the 
leading career tacklers in school his- 
tory with 181 total stops ... He has 
started at least one game every sea- 
son since his redshirt freshman year 
... Moved last year from linebacker 
to down lineman and made a superb 
transition ... He combines great 
strength (670-pound squat, 365- 
pound bench) with 5.0 40-yard dash 
speed, which makes him a terror on 
the outside of Maryland's pass rush. 

1992: Honored as the ECAC Division 
I First Team Defensive End 
Ranked second on team in tackles, 
tops among down linemen, for the 
second straight year ... Recorded 80 
total tackles, 37 unassisted 
Opened the season with seven tack- 
les, five unassisted, against Virginia 
... Best game early was at West Vir- 
ginia when he recorded a team-high 
10 tackles - the first of three 
double-digit tackle games ... Had his 
first sack of the year at Penn State 



... Also led team in tackles against 
Georgia Tech with 10 ... Big game 
came against North Carolina with 
10 stops and a season-high two 
sacks ... Finished year with 10 tack- 
les versus Clemson. 

1991: Finished third on the team in 
tackles with 78 despite missing one 
full game ... Started first three 
games, and last three games ... Had 
career best days at North Carolina 
and Clemson with 1 1 total tackles m 
both games ... Seven unassisted 
tackles came against UNC and five 
against the Tigers ... Also had a 
hurry of Tiger QB against Clemson ... 
Forced a fumble and broke up a pass 
m the season opener against Vir- 
ginia . Played well against Syra- 
cuse with a nine tackle performance 
that included a pass break-up ... 
Recorded six tackles and a 12-yard 
tackle for loss against West Virginia 
... Recovered fumble and had six 
tackles at Wake Forest ... Closed the 
season with eight tackles (4UT, 4AT) 
and a tackle for no gain against N.C. 
State. 

1990: Injuries to outside linebackers, 
and special teams performances that 
were the class of 1990, garnered 
Sturdivant more playing time as the 
year wore on ... In the first four 
games, he had eight initial 



Sturdivant's 


Statistics 


1992 


UT 


AT 


TT 


Other 


Va. 


5 


2 


7 




NCSU 


4 


1 


5 




WVa 


3 


7 


10 


1FBP 


PSU 


1 


4 


5 


1TK-2), lSK(-2) 


Pitt 


2 


4 


6 




GaT 


4 


6 


10 


1TL(-1) 


WF 


4 


3 


7 


1FBP 


Duke 


4 


2 


6 


1TL (-6), 1SK (-6) 


UNC 


3 


7 


10 


2TL (-9), 2SK (-9), 1PD 


FSU 


2 


2 


4 


2TL (-8), 1SK (-5) 


Clem 


5 


5 


10 


IFF 


'92 Totals 


37 


43 


80 


7TL (-26), 5SK (-22), 2FBP, 1PD, IFF 


1991 


UT 


AT 


TT 


Other 


Va. 





5 


5 


IFF 


Syr 


2 


7 


9 




WVa 


4 


2 


6 


1TL(-12) 


Pitt 


3 


2 


5 




GaT 


4 


3 


7 




WF 


2 


4 


6 


1FR 


UNC 


7 


4 


11 




PSU 


7 


3 


10 




Clem 


5 


6 


11 




NCSU 


4 


4 


8 




'91 Totals 


38 


40 


78 


1TL (-12), 1FR, IFF 


Year-by-Year Statistics 




1992 


37 


43 


80 


7TL (-26), 5SK (-22), 2FBP, 1PD, IFF 


1991 


38 


40 


78 


1TL (-12), 1FR, IFF 


1990 


9 


14 


23 


1FBP, 1FR, 2PD 


Career 


84 


97 


181 


8TL (-38), 5SK (-22), 3FBP, 3PD, 2FF, 2FR 


TL = Tackle for Loss 






SK = Sack 










PD = Pass Deflection 






FF = Forced Fumble 






FR = Fumble Recovery 






FBP = Forced Bad Pass 








Mark Sturdivant: A senior leader excited about defense. 



special teams hits ... Registered an 
early career high six tackles, all on 
special teams, against N.C. State ... 
From his linebacking position he 
had highs of three tackles each 
against Michigan and Georgia Tech. 

1989: A redshirt season 

At Springbrook: An all-Met second 
team selection as named by the 
Washington Post ... Comes from 
nearby Springbrook High School in 
Silver Spring, the 1988 Maryland 
State Champion football squad ... 
USA Today named him Honorable 
Mention All-America in 1988 and he 
was first team defense, All-County 
... The Pigskin Club named him All- 
Met, first team defense ... Sturdivant 
was honored by sportscaster George 
Michael as one of George Michael's 
Golden 11 (Defense) ... Represented 
Maryland in the annual "Big 33" 
game against a group of Pennsylva- 
nia All-Stars ... He earned two let- 
ters in football and basketball and 
was captain of the basketball squad 
his senior year. 

Personal: Born 7/2/71. Mark is 
the son of Brenda and Willard 
Sturdivant. 



Chad Wiestling 

Inside Linebacker 

Sr. 6-2 220 

Greencastle, PA 

Major: Criminal Justice 

High School: Greencastle-Antrim 

At Maryland: Team tn-captain with 
Mark Mason and Mark Sturdivant ... 
An all-star candidate ... After spend- 
ing his first two seasons as a sure- 
handed receiver, he moved last year 
to outside linebacker and was a 
standout ... This past spring, he 
again made a move, going to the 
inside where he is expected to fill 
the void left by graduated All-ACC 
linebacker Mike Jarmolowich ... He 
is expected to be the starter at in- 
side linebackers in the opener 
against Virginia ... Shoulder surgery 
kept him out of most of spring ball, 
but the coaches know that he is one 
of the hardest workers and toughest 
players on the squad and will be 
ready to go on opening day ... He is 
among the best all-around athletes 
on the squad. 



28 



Terprofiles 



1992: Played in all 11 games and 
wound up as the sixth-leading tack- 
ier on the squad Totaled 49 stops. 
28 unassisted Led the team in 
forced lumbles with three Forced 
and recovered a tumble at Virginia 
and forced another against N C State 

Recorded seven tackles against 
Penn State Tied that total against 
Duke, adding a hurry of the Blue 
Devils' quarterback in that game 
Was playing his best ball at season's 
end He had seven stops (six 
unassisted) against Florida State and 
a career-high 1 1 tackles, nine 
unassisted, in the season finale 
against Clemson. 

1991: Played in all 11 games ... Tied 
with Marcus Badgett for the third 
most receptions on the team (16) ... 
Those receptions went for 95 yards, a 
5.9 yards per catch average ... his 
long catch of 15 yards came against 
Pittsburgh He shared time at H- 
Back with Frank Wycheck, the team's 
top receiver and those two players 
combined for 61 catches and 533 
yards from the position ... 
Wiestung also was a member of all 
the Terps' special teams He re- 
turned four kickoffs for 59 yards, a 
14.8 average ... Defensively, he was 
second on the squad in special teams 
tackles wrth 16 (eight unassisted) ... 
He recorded at least one special 
teams tackle in all but one game, and 
had a season-high three stops 
against Syracuse. 

1990: As a true freshman, he played 
a significant role in the Terps' 
offense ... Played in six games before 
a broken clavicle suffered agamst 
Georgia Tech ended hrs season ... 
His career highs all came at 
Michigan when starter Wycheck was 
hurt ... He caught nine passes for 77 



yards against the Wolverines, includ- 
ing a career-long 24-yard reception 
At one point in the game, he con- 
verted six consecutive receptions ... 
Proved his value early in his career, 
making a circus catch at the sideline 
in the season's first game against 
Virginia Tech to keep alive a pivotal 
drive 

At Antrim: Was a four-time all- 
league selection at Antrim ... Played 
numerous positions including wide 
receiver, running back, kicker and 
punter ,., Also excelled on the defen- 
sive side of the ball as defensive 
back Was selected the offensive 
Player-of-the-Year in the Blue 
Mountain League ... Voted top 
offensive player in his league by the 
Chambersburg (Pa.) Public Opinion ... 
Considered the hardest hitter on his 
high school team. 

Personal: Born 3/30/72 Chad is the 
son of Patricia Wiestling. 



David Beach 

Inside Receiver 
Jr. 5-10 180 
Hyattsville, MD 
Major: Criminal Justice 
High School: DeMatha 

At Maryland: A walk on to the squad 
during the summer of 1992, he will 
contend for a spot on the depth chart 
... A strong possession receiver ... 
Gained experience last season as the 
run and shoot offense was installed 
giving each member of the receiver 
corp a chance to exhibit their poten- 
tial. 

1992: Did not play 



Wiestling's Statistics 






1992 UT AT 


TT 


Other 


Va. 1 


1 


IFF, 1FR 


NCSU 1 


1 


IFF 


WVa 1 1 


2 




PSU 2 5 


7 


IFF 


Pitt 4 1 


5 




GaT 1 1 


2 




WF 2 3 


5 


1FBP 


Duke 1 6 


7 


1FBP 


dnc i o 


1 




FSU 6 1 


7 


1TL(-1) 


Clem 9 2 


11 


2TL (-7) 


92 Totals 28 21 


49 


3TL (-8), 3FF, 2FBP, 1 FR 


Career Receiving 






29 catches for 207 yards TD Long of 24 




(Caught nine passes for 77 yards at Michigan as true frosh) 


FT = Forced Fumble 






FR = Fumble Recovery 






FBP = Forced Bad Pass 






TL = Tackle for Loss 







At DeMatha:Lettered two years each 
in football and baseball ... He was a 
first team all-Prince George's County 
pick and a first team all-Metro Con- 
ference selection in 1989 ... He was 
named honorable mention All-Met by 
the Washington Post that season ... 
His high school football coach was 
Bill McGregor. 

PersonaLBorn 6/21/72. David is the 
son of Kris and Danny Beach 

Vernon Boyd 

Defensive Back 
Sr. 6-1 190 
Hardyville, VA 
Major: Criminal Justice 
High School: Middlesex 
Essex Community College 

At Maryland: One of only 12 seniors 
on the 1993 squad ... While he is not 
expected to be a regular in the line- 
up, his leadership ability will be 
valuable to a team so heavily 
stacked with first and second-year 
players ... He is one of the best all- 
around athletes on the team and 
pound-for-pound one of the strongest 
...In the spring, he benched 335 
pounds and squatted 485 ... His 4.53 
40-yard dash is fourth-best among 
the defensive backs and his 35.5- 
mch vertical jump is third best 



among the unit He has worked as 
a defensive back on both the scout 
team and with the Terps' regular de- 
fense ... He is a positive influence in 
the locker room 

1992: Did not play 

At Essex Community College: 

Earned all-region recognition as 
both a freshman and sophomore in 
indoor and outdoor track ... Qualified 
for the junior college indoor nationals 
in the 55-meter dash, and finished 
10th overall in 1990... In 1991. he 
won the regional titles in the 100 
and 200 meter dashes, qualifying for 
the national meet in both events ... 
He ultimately placed 10th in the 200 
and 13th in the 100 at the national 
meet ... He was coached at Essex by 
Gus Lukas. 

At Middlesex: Three-sport letter- 
man, earning recognition m football, 
track and basketball ... He was a first 
team all-district and second team 
all-region pick as a senior in football 
... He earned all-state recognition as 
a junior and senior in track, finishing 
second m the 400 meters at the 
1989 Virginia State Meet His 
high school football coach was Bill 
Garbet. 

Personal: Bom 11/30/70. Vernon is 
the son of Jacqueline Boyd. 




Chad Wiestling: Shadowing a new position, inside linebacker, 
with the same old skills. 



29 





ctistics 








UT AT 


TT 


Other 




1 1 


2 


lBlk PAT 




3 


3 






2 


2 




PSU 


3 


3 




Pitt 


1 


1 




GaT 


2 1 


3 




WF 


1 1 


2 


1TL(-1) 


Duke 


3 


3 




UNC 


3 5 


8 


1FBP 


FSU 


4 3 


7 


lBlk PAT 


Clem 


1 6 


7 




'92 Totals 


12 29 


41 


1TL (-1), 1FBP, 2Blk PAT 


TL = Tackles for Loss 






BlkPAT = 


Blocked Point After 






FBP = Forced Bad Pass 







Madison Bradley 

Defensive Lineman 

Sr. 6-3 287 

Buffalo, NY 

Major: Art Studio 

High School: Cleveland Hill 

At Maryland: Originally transferred 
from Nassau Community College in 
1991, but did not play for the Terps 
until last season ... Came to Mary- 
land as a highly-touted offensive 
lineman, but made his mark last year 
on the other side of the ball ... He 
enters 1993 as the likely back-up to 
Jim Panagos at nose guard ... He is 
the No. 2 returning tackier on the 
defensive line ... He underwent off- 
season back surgery which kept him 
out of spring practice. 

1992: Opened the season number 
two on the depth chart behind Pana- 
gos and stayed there until Panagos 
was lost to an injury at which time 
he became the starter ... He played 
m all 11 games, starting the final 
three ... He totaled 40 tackles, 12 un- 
assisted ... Proved to be quite an ef- 
fective run stopper ... He had two 
tackles and blocked a PAT against 
Virginia, his first game as a Terp ... 
Had three tackles each against N.C. 
State, Perm State and Duke ... 
Started against North Carolina and 
registered a career-high eight tackles 
and one quarterback pressure ... 
That game was the beginning of a 
three-game stretch which saw him 
excel ... He followed up the UNC 
game with a seven-tackle, one- 
blocked PAT effort against Florida 
State and a six-tackle outing in the 
season finale against Clemson. 

At Nassau C.C. and Cleveland Hill: 

A highly sought after prospect out of 
Nassau Community 'lege ... Was a 
first team JUCO All-A. • rican, 1990 



... An All-Coastal Conference selec- 
tion, also, in 1990 ... Nassau finished 
with a regular season record of 9-1 
and were runners-up to the confer- 
ence champion Montgomery-Rockville 
... At Cleveland Hill, he was a first 
team all-State selection his senior 
season. 

Personal: Born 3/17/69. He is the son 
of Gloria Bradley. 



Jamie Bragg 



Center 

Jr. 6-1 271 

Sevema Park, MD 

Major: Agriculture & Resource 

Economics 
High School: Sevema Park 

At Maryland: Enters pre-season prac- 
tice first on the depth chart at center 
... Coaching staff made him primarily 
a center in spring drills after he 



played well as a backup at both cen- 
ter and guard last year ... Among the 
strongest of the offensive lineman, 
he recorded a total lift (clean, bench, 
squat) of 1.338 pounds ... His clean 
lift of 358 pounds was the most of all 
offensive lineman ... The fastest of 
the Terps' offensive lineman, he runs 
a sub 5.0 40 yard dash. 

1992: Because of his speed and 
strength, the coaching staff moved 
him from defensive line to offensive 
line during spring practice ... Despite 
not ever having played offense be- 
fore, he took quickly to the offensive 
guard position He was the back- 
up to Jade Dubis at center at West 
Virginia ... Also played guard ... 
Played for the first time as an offen- 
sive back at Penn State when he oc- 
cupied the fullback position in full- 
house backfield for in-close scoring 
potential ... Also played center at 
Penn State, recording one 
knockdown block ... Played center at 
Duke, getting two cut blocks ... High 
cut block total (3) for him came 
against North Carolina ... Played 
guard, center, nose guard and ran 
nine yards with a fumblerooski 
against Florida State ... Against the 
Seminoles, he came from his right 
guard position, scooped up the fum- 
blerooski from quarterback John 
Kaleo and came within one block of 
scoring a touchdown ... Also had his 
first career tackle, two pancake 
blocks and one knockdown block 
against the Seminoles . . . Had TD 
block vs Clemson in 11th game ... 
Totaled 10 cut blocks on season, four 
pancakes, four knockdowns, and two 
TD blocks. 




Madison Bradley (61), Chad Wiestling (26) and Tim Brown (47) all 
hope to have reason to celebrate in the new season. 



1991: Played in all 11 games adding 
depth to the defensive line ... Best 
game came at Clemson when he 
had three unassisted tackles and 
one assist ... Had a special teams 
tackle against Penn State ... Played 
well against West Virginia and was 
credited with one assisted tackle 

1990: A redshirt year 

At Sevema Park: Team captain his 
senior year ...He was an All-Met 
selection by the Washington Post as 
a senior ... He also earned All- Anne 
Arundel County honors as a senior. 

Personal: Born 7/28/71. Jamie is the 
son of JoAnne Falise. 

Tim Brown 

Inside Linebacker 
So. 6-1 205 
Statesville, NC 
Major: Letters & Sciences 
High School: Statesville 
Fork Union Military Academy 

At Maryland: Played as much as 
any true freshman a year ago, and 
enters his second season as the 
likely starter at inside linebacker ... 
He possesses an amazing combina- 
tion of speed and strength ... He 
runs a 4.7 40, and bench presses 
330 pounds ... His strong upper 
body makes him a natural at stuffing 
the run, but he also has the speed to 
cover receivers out of the backfield 
... He is one of a handful of young 
players on this squad who could re- 
ally step to the forefront on defense 
this year. 

1992: Finished the year with 22 
tackles, eight unassisted, 16th-best 
on the team and tops among true 
freshmen ... Played first game at 
West Virginia, and had a big sack 
at end of half to kill a Mountaineer 
drive ... Started versus Wake Forest, 
and responded with five tackles, in- 
cluding a season-high three unas- 
sisted ... Did not play at Duke, but 
was back in the starting lineup for 
the final three games of the season 
... Concluded the year with a career- 
high seven stops against Clemson. 

At Statesville: A three-year line- 
backer letterman ... His senior sea- 
son, he led the team in tackles with 
180, 146 solo and 34 assists ... 13 of 
his tackles were for loss of yardage 

Had six fumble recoveries ... 
Named as the best linebacker on the 
team ... Was a first team all- 
Conference and all-Piedmont selec- 
tion, all-Northwest and a second 
team all-State selection His out- 
standing defensive play contributed 
greatly to leading the team to the 
State 3A championship game and 



30 



Terprofiles 




90 Abrahams, Chris OLB 83 Adams, Darryl 
Silver Spring, Md. Amityville, N.Y. 



WR 25 Askew, Latroy 
Dale City, Va. 



DB 18 Beach, David 
Hyattsville, Md. 



23 Boyd, Vernon 
Hardyville, Va. 



DB 




61 Bradley, Madison NG 77 Bragg, Jamie 
Buffalo, N.Y. Severna Park, Md. 



C 44 Brown, Tim 
Statesville, N.C. 



ILB 1 Burnett, Doug SU-B 47 Carlton, Chad 
Laurel Springs, N.J. Clinton, Md. 



ff 




I L 






f| *JV ^ 




19 Carter, Andrew ISR 45 Chavez, Mario ILB 53 Dubis, Jade OG 

Stockton, Calif. North Miami Beach, Fla. Asheboro, N.C. 



ISR 




2 Everhart, Cleveland OLB 57 Fitzgerald, Craig OLB 49 Flores, Jaime OLB 
Highland Park, Mich. Philadelphia, Pa. Baltimore, Md. 




31 




Tim Brown (47): Ran his way into starting as a true freshman. 



Brown's Statistics 








1992 UT 


AT 


TT 


Other 


WVA 1 


1 


2 


1SK (-13). 1TLI-13) 


PSU 1 


1 


2 




WF 3 


2 


5 




UNC 1 


4 


5 




FSU 1 





1 




Clem. 1 


6 


7 




'92 Totals 8 


14 


22 


1SK (-13), 1TL (-13) 


SK = Sack 








TL = Tackle for loss 









finished as state runner-up to the 
title ... With a 13-2 record ... As a 
junior, he had 101 tackles, six for 
loss of yardage, four fumble recover- 
ies and one interception ... Statesville 
finished with an 11-2 record, and he 
was chosen first team all-League, 
all-County and all-Region ... As a 
sophomore, he gave early 
indication he would be an all-star 
linebacker as he recorded 58 tackles. 

At Fork Union: Led the team in tack- 
les, 119 ... Had one interception and 
returned it for a touchdown ... Led 
the team in fumble recoveries with 
four ... Named to the Max 
Emphingers top 66 Atlantic Coast 
team. 

Personal: Bom 11/20/71. Tim is the 
son of Hattie and Douglas Brown ... 
Brother, Tony, played at Appalachian 
State University ... Cousin, Jody, at 
Wake Forest ... Brother Donnie will 
be in the 11th grade at Statesville 
this fall. 

Doug Burnett 

Super Back 
Sr. 5-8 188 
Laurel Springs, NJ 
Major: Criminal Justice 
High School: Highland Hill 

At Maryland: Joins Mark Mason as 
the most experienced Super back in 



the program ... Pound-for-pound he 
may be the team's strongest player ... 
He has exceptionally powerful legs, 
making him difficult to bring down ... 
He is coming off his most productive 
season and will be an integral part of 
the Terps rushing attack in 1993 ... 
He was kept out of most of spring 
practice while recovering from off- 
season knee surgery ... He did partic- 
ipate in part of the spring weight 
testing, bench pressing an incredible 
350 pounds - 10th best on the entire 
squad ... While his injury did not al- 
low him to compete this spring, he 
squatted more than 600 pounds dur- 
ing the spring 1992 testing. 

1992: Ran behind Mason at start of 
season ... Scored Maryland's TD 
against N.C. State ... Had solid day at 
West Virginia with 25 yards on six 
carries ... Came up big against Pitt, 
when both Mason and Washington 
went down with injuries ... Started 
and led Maryland in rushing against 
Georgia Tech with 49 yards and 
again against Duke with 63 ... 
Injured right knee early against 
North Carolina, forcing him out for 
the remainder of the season ... Fin- 
ished the year as Maryland's third- 
best rusher with 323 net yards ... He 
avi -d 3.4 yards a carry ... He also 
caugl. nine passes for 83 yards, a 9.2 
yards per catch average. 




Doug Burnett: Strong, strong, strong, he is Mason's alter ego. 



Burnett's 


Statistics 


Rushing 






1992 


Att. 


Yds. 


LG 


TD 


Va. 


5 


8 


3 





NCS 


4 


15 


12 


1 


WVa 


6 


25 


11 





PSU 


7 


11 


7 





Pitt 


24 


86 


11 


1 


GaT 


14 


49 


6 


1 


WF 


15 


53 


15 


2 


Duke 


14 


63 


11 


1 


UNC 


5 


13 


5 





'92 Totals 


94 


323 


15 


6 


1991 


Att. 


Yds. 


LG 


TD 


Pitt 


1 


4 


4 





GaT 


8 


32 


13 





WF 


8 


40 


13 





Duke 


11 


41 


15 





UNC 


2 


9 


9 





PSU 


6 


52 


14 





Clem 


6 


17 


12 





'91 Totals 


42 


195 


15 





Career 


136 


518 


15 


6 



32 



Terprofiles 



1991: Registered his first stat against 
West Virginia in season's third game 
when he caught a pass for two yards 
... One of five A-Backs used at Pitts- 
burgh; gained four yards on one 
carry Wake Forest was his only 
start ... Ran well against Penn State, 
recording long Terp run and top 
yardage total Also personal best in 
yards gained Finished tied for 
third in rushing yardage; also had 
one reception for two yards. 

1990: A redshirt year 

At Highland Hill: An all-State selec- 
tion in New Jersey ... Rushed for 
1,436 yards and 19 touchdowns dur- 
ing his senior season ... Was selected 
second team All-New Jersey by As- 
sociated Press ... Chosen as offensive 
Player-of-the-Year in South Jersey by 
the Philadelphia Inquirer in 1989 ... 
Was a three-year starter at Highland 
Hill Rushed for 2,600 yards in his 
career and scored 42 touchdowns ... 
Finished his senior season the 
team's leading tackier as he 
averaged almost 10 per game as a 
middle linebacker His high school 
coach, Don Reich, is the uncle of 
former Terp and now Buffalo Bills QB 
Frank Reich 

Personal: Born 1/23/72 Doug is the 
son of Ruth and Douglas Burnett. 

Andrew Carter 

Inside Receiver 

Fr. 5-10 180 

Stockton, CA 

Major: Letters & Sciences 

High School: Lincoln 

At Maryland: Made an immediate 
impart and enters the fall season 
listed first on the depth chart at the 
inside receiver position ... Among 
Maryland's quickest receivers, he 
covers the 40-yard dash in 4.56 ... 
Was a running back in high school 
and has rapidly learned the receiver 
position ... His quickness and sure 
hands will be utilized as he could 
become one of the top receivers in 
the run and shoot offense ... Will be 
a huge addition to the team this 
season 

1992: A redshrrt year 

At Lincoln: A three-sport all-star ... 
Lettered three years in football, four 
as a track standout and two playing 
baseball ... Captained the football 
team his semor year and the track 
team his last two years ... Rushed for 
892 yards, 8.2 average a carry, 
scored eight touchdowns and had 58 
points ... A Blue-Chip all-America 
selection As a all-Region and all- 
Area first team pick, he was the 
MVP of team his junior and senior 



years Also won the coveted 
Coaches Award ,., Team won the 
S J.A.A. and sectional championship 
last two years with 10-1 and 9-2 
records Team was ranked 8th in 
Northern California . .His track 
marks were third nationally in the 
long jump, 23'5". '90 and '91 ... MVP 
of team that also ranked third in the 
4x400 . He competed in national 
meets in Texas, Florida and Nebraska 
for the AAU and TAC .. Received the 
"Most Promising Future Award" by 
his graduating class. 

Personal: Born 2/15/71 Andrew 
(A C ) is the son of Cindy and An- 
drew Carter, Sr 

Mario Chavez 

Inside Linebacker 

Fr. 6-2 220 

North Miami Beach, FL 

Major: Marketing 

High School: Monsignor Pace 

At Maryland: A player who used his 
first year of college ball to gain 
strength and quickness ... He has ex- 
cellent techniques and requires only 
more repetitions in Maryland's defen- 
sive scheme to excel . He may have 
the opportunity this fall to get those 
repetitions and a great deal of play- 
ing time. 

1992: A redshirt year 

At Monsignor Pace: Received the 
prestigious honor with his selection 
by the Miami Herald as the Dade 
County "Player of the Year" Dade 
County is considered to be one of the 



nation's very best in turning out out- 
standing football players year in and 
year out ... He was a teammate of 
Farad Hall, giving Monsignor Pace 
two stars that chose Maryland to 
continue their educational and foot- 
ball pursuits A three-year letter- 
man in football and wrestling ... Cap- 
tained both teams ... A second team 
all-State selection his senior year 
and was a third team all-State choice 
his junior year, '90 ... Also was a 
first team all-Dade County selection 
his junior and senior years ... Was 
rated #12 out of the 30 top college 
recruits out of Dade County ... Was 
the team leader on defense, leading 
the team in tackles for one of the top 
Class 3 A teams in the state ... Was 
singled out as most responsible in 
leading Pace (9-2) to the District and 
Regional Championship before losing 
in the Sectional title game, 14-10 ... 
Wrestled three years in the 189- 
pound class, winning the individual 
title of the District all three years ... 
For two years, he was listed in the 
Who's Who Among High School S 
tudents .. He visited The Citadel, 
Kansas State and Central Florida ... 
He and Hall visited College Park to- 
gether ... Their coach Mark Guandolo 
said they were overwhelmed and 
got the feeling that something new 
and exciting was taking place 
up at Maryland and wanted to be 
part of it 

Personal: Born 11/2/73. Mario is the 
son of Dale Ann Stewart and Mario 
Chavez ... His father was a 1978 
Fordham graduate where he earned 
all-ECAC honors playing offensive 




Jade Dubis: Only a junior, he earned ACC Rookie of the Year 
mention as a frosh guard, started at center as a soph, and this 
year he's slated to start at guard, again. 



guard ... His uncle. Loz, a 1985 line- 
backer graduate at Iona College ... 
Played with the New England 
Patriots (1986) and the Miami 
Dolphins (1987) 

Jade Dubis 

Offensive Lineman 

Jr 6-1 274 

Asheboro, NC 

Major: Secondary Education 

High School: Asheboro 

At Maryland: A redshirt junior who 
enters the fall as the starting left 
guard and backup to Jamie Bragg at 
center ... Saw most of his repetitions 
in spring practice at the guard posi- 
tion ... Dubis was immensely suc- 
cessful at center despite never hav- 
ing played the position before last 
season ... Has started 22 consecutive 
games, 11 at center and 11 at nght 
guard ..A two-time letterwinner 
who has a good feel for interior lme 
play ... All-star recognition a 
certainty 

1992: Started every game at center 
... Among the best linemen in the 
ACC ... Was the starting center for 
Maryland's offensive line that led 
the ACC in passmg and total offense 
and was second and fourth m the 
nation respectively in those catego- 
ries in 1992 ... Had challenging job 
for new center in run-and-shoot of- 
fense ... Switched to center for soph- 
omore season after starting every 
game at right guard as redshirt 
freshman ... Had two cut blocks at 
Virginia, two cut blocks against 
N.C. State, two pancakes, and one 
knockdown ... Had solid game at 
West Virginia with three cut blocks 
and one knockdown ... Two cut 
blocks against Penn State, second 
best total on team ... one cut block 
vs Pittsburgh, one cut block vs. 
Georgia Tech ... Best game came 
against Wake Forest; he had four 
cut blocks and one knockdown block 
... two cut blocks vs Duke . Had 
best game of year vs North Caro- 
lina with 10 cut blocks, two pancake 
blocks and one TD block ... One cut 
block vs Florida State ... Four cut 
blocks against Clemson ... Had 32 
cut blocks on season, to rank third 
on team, four pancakes, three knock- 
downs, and one TD block. 

1991: Nominated for ACC Rookie of 
the Year by the Terps finishing third 
for the honor ... Was the only rookie 
lineman to receive votes ... Sta 
every game at right guard as red- 
shirt frosh ... Only freshman s 
on the football team until Da 
Hack started at left tackle ac = 
Wake Forest ... Graded at 79% for 
Virginia game, very steady ... In o: 



33 



jfi, graded at 
% grade at Georgia 
;t Wake Forest ... 
d an 86% grade 
Duke ... Followed with 74% 
grading when he returned home to 
it North Carolina ... Another 
strong outing vs. Perm State gave 
him 75% grading (also had three 
knowdown blocks) ... Steady at 
Clemson with 71% grading ... Fin- 
ished year with 75% grade at N.C. 
State. 

1990: A redshirt year 

At Asheboro: Captained the football 
team during his senior season ... 
Named first team all-Conference dur- 
ing both his junior and senior sea- 
sons ... Named first team all-County, 
also, during his final two seasons at 
Asheboro ... An all-State selection his 
senior season ... chosen for the 
Shrine Bowl ...A member of the all- 
State track team as a shot putter his 
senior season. 

Personal: Born 3/25/71. Jade is the 
son of Diane and Mike Dubis. 

Cleveland Everhart 

Defensive Back 
Jr. 6-2 215 
Highland Park, MI 
Major: Criminal Justice 
High School: Highland Park 
Northeastern Okla. A&M J.C. 

At Maryland: Joined the Terps from 
junior college in January and has 
made a significant impact on the 
team already ... By the conclusion of 
spring practice, he was considered a 
likely candidate to start at safety ... 
He has excellent size and speed, 
having run a 4.61 40-yard dash in the 
spring ... He had consistently been 
clocked in the 4.4 range m junior col- 
lege ... His addition helps establish 
an area of the Terps defense that is 
not especially deep ... Coaches rave 
about his work ethic and his 
attitude 

At Northeastern Oklahoma 
A&M: Played for two years at the 
perennial junior college powerhouse, 
leading the team to the national 
championship game both years ... 
Team defeated Northwest Missis- 
sippi for the title in 1991 and lost to 
the same team for the 1992 trophy ... 
As a sophomore, he recorded 52 
tackles - fourth best on the team - 
had two sacks, two fumbles caused, 
two fumbles recovered, one intercep- 
tion and one pass deflection ... He 
played outside linebacker, both on 
the strong and weak sides. 

At Highland Park: Lettered m foot- 
ball, track and wrestling ... He was a 




Jaime Flores: Satisfaction follows earning a starting role as a junior. 



two-year starter and team captain 
(1991) in football ... Led Highland 
Park to a 6-3 record and the Subur- 
ban Athletic Conference of Detroit 
title as a senior ... He was a first 
team all-SAC pick that year ... He 
also was a standout m track, making 
the state finals in the 200 and 400- 
meter dashes and as part of Highland 
Park's two sprint relay teams ... He 
earned his school's distinguished 
student-athlete award. 

Personal: Born 2/18/72. Cleveland is 
the son of Olivia and Willie Everhart. 

Craig Fitzgerald 

Outside Linebacker 
So. 6-1 210 
Philadelphia, PA 
Major: Letters & Sciences 
High School: La Salle College High 
School 

At Maryland: A walk-on who has 
been an extraordinary role player for 
the Terps ... Has been a valuable 
member of the scout team defense 
for two years .. When injuries limited 
the Super back position this spring, 
he gladly moved to the offense ... He 
was the leading rusher for the Terps 
in the spring Alumni Game, rushing 
five times for 13 yards ..He also 
caught three passes for 26 yards and 
a touchdown ... The move to running 
back was temporary, however, as he 



is expected to lend depth to the line- 
backer position this fall ... He also is 
expected to be a member of Mary- 
land's special teams this fall. 

1992: Did not play 

At La Salle College High School: 

Lettered in football three years and 
in baseball twice ... Led La Salle to a 
10-2 record and the Philadelphia 
Catholic League title in 1989 ... He 
earned all-Catholic League honors in 
1990 ... His high school football 
coach was Joe Colistra. 

Personal: Born 9/15/72. Craig is the 
son of Carol and James Fitzgerald ... 
His brother, Jamie, played tennis at 
Duke. 



laime Flores 

Outside Linebacker 

Sr. 6-2 229 

Baltimore, MD 

Major: Kinesiological Science 

High School: Baltimore Poly 

At Maryland: His first name is pro- 
nounced Hi-may ... He is the likely 
starter at outside linebacker on the 
strong side ... He has played in every 
linebacker position on this defense, 
but is ideally suited for the outside 
spot, which will have several players 
vying for time this season He has 
the speed to hold the comer and he 
is an excellent outside pass rusher. 

1992: Played in 10 games and fin- 
ished the year with 14 tackles ... 13 
of his stops were unassisted, evi- 
dence that he was often one-on-one 
with a player out of the backfield ... 
He had a strong N.C. State game 
with four unassisted tackles and a 
fumble recovery ... Started at Penn 
State and again versus Pittsburgh, 
recording his only sack of the season 
... Suffered a sprained knee versus 
Georgia Tech, and did not play 
against Wake Forest ... Returned 
with limited success against Duke 
and North Carolina (two tackles and 
a tackle for loss) ... It was evident, 
though, that the knee bothered him 
through the final four games of the 
season even though he continued to 
play 

1991: Began the year somewhat 
slowly while recovering from spring 
surgery on this left knee ... He 
played in all 11 games, recording 
seven tackles ... Saw considerable 
action on special teams . . Totaled a 
career-high three tackles against 
Clemson Had a big game against 
Penn State with two tackles, includ- 
ing a solo shot for no gain. 

1990: Played a total of 12 plays from 
the outside linebacker position and 
contributed on almost every special 
teams series ... He saw limited game 
action against Michigan, Georgia 
Tech and Wake Forest. 



Flores' Statistics 








1992 UT 


AT 


TT 


Other 


Va. 










NCSU 4 





4 


1FR 


WVa 1 





1 




PSU 1 


1 


2 




Pitt 4 





4 


lTL(-ll), lSK(-ll) 


GaT 










Duke 1 





1 




UNC 2 





2 


1 TL (-4) 


FSU 










Clem. 










'92 Totals 13 


1 


14 


2TL (-15), 1SK (-11), 1FR 


TL Tackles for loss 








SK - Sacks 








FR - Fumble Recovery 









34 



Terprofiles 



1989: A redshirt season 

At Baltimore Polytechnic: Flores 
earned numerous accolades at Poly 
... He was chosen all-State. all-City, 
and all-Metro first team as a junior 
and a senior A member of the 
1989 Maryland roster for the annual 
Big 33 game against Pennsylvania 
all-stars A three-sport star, 
Flores earned two letters in football 
and basketball and thiee in lacrosse 
... He was elected team captain for 
the football and lacrosse squads. 

Personal: Born 7/19/71 Jaime is the 
son of Martina and German Flores. 



Kevin Foley 



Quarterback 
Fr. 6-2 185 
Cherry Hill, NJ 
Major: General Business 

Administration 
High School: Cherry Hill East 

At Maryland: A player with all the 
tools to be the future leader of the 
Terps' high-powered offense ... He 
finished spring ball as the No. 2 sig- 
nal caller behind Scott Milanovich, 
and will head into the fall drills run- 
ning with the second team ..He ran 
a similar run-and-shoot offense with 
record-setting results as a high 
school star, and he has shown a 
complete grasp of the offense thus 
far as a collegian He saw some 
time in the spring Alumni Game, 
connecting on five of his nine pass 
attempts for 97 yards and a touch- 
down ... He is an excellent all-around 
athlete, with a 330-pound squat and 
a 4 83 40-yard dash in the spring. 

1992: A redshirt year 

At Cherry Hill East: A three-sport 
all-star ... Lettered three years as 
team quarterback, leading Cherry 
Hill East into the state champion- 
ships his junior and senior year, fin- 
ishing 9-2 and 8-2 seasons as run- 
nerup to the title ... Was a four-year 
letterman on the baseball team and 
two years playing on the basketball 
team ... Captained the football and 
baseball teams his senior year ... The 
Terps snared the "Gatorade Player of 
the Year" and first team all-State QB 
... One of the fust players to commit 
to Coach Mark Duffner ... The 
Delaware Valley "Player of the Year" 
was an all-Amenca selection last 
year as well and a first team all-State 
and all-South Jersey selection ... 
Foley is considered one of the top 
quarterbacks in the East ... Threw for 
over 2,100 yards last year and a ca- 
reer total of over 4.000 yards ... He 
runs a 4.7 40 and is mobile enough 
for the run-and shoot offense of 
Duffner ... With a gun for an arm, his 



greatest attributes are his abilities to 
throw on the run, his poise and his 
leadership Chosen to play in the 
South Jersey East/West all-star game 
. Playing baseball, he was, his junior 
and senior years, selected to the all- 
star teams of South Jersey, all-State 
and all- Area ... He was an honor roll 
student all four years Chose Mary- 
land over Boston College, Miami (FL). 
North Carolina and West Virginia. 

Personal: Born 2/20/73. Kevin is the 
son of Sue and Ed Foley ... His father 
Ed was the quarterback for Boston 
College, 1964-65; his brother Glenn is 
the Eagles' signal caller and QB the 
past three years ... Brother Ed was 
captain of the 1989 Boston College 
football team ... Brother Cliff is on a 
baseball scholarship at Villanova. 

Joe Gillespie 

Inside Linebacker 

So. 6-1 230 

Summit Hill, PA 

Major: Letters & Sciences 

High School: Marion Catholic 

At Maryland: Joined fellow 
linebacker Craig Fitzgerald in a move 
this spring to the offense backfield ... 
With injuries affecting the position, 
he made a big impact m the spring at 
Super back, sharing the majority of 
the repetitions with Fitzgerald ... 
With that experience, he is expected 
to add depth on both sides of the 
ball, playing some running back, if 
necessary, and providing quality 
depth at inside linebacker ... He 
rushed three times for 11 yards in 
the spring Alumni Game ... He has an 
exceptional strong lower body ... In 
the spring, he squatted 500 pounds 
and ran a 4.9 40 ... He could see the 
majority of his playing time this fall 
with the special teams units. 

1992: Member of the scout team 
defense. 

1991: A redshirt year 

At Marion Catholic: Was a first team 
all-State selection as a senior line- 
backer ... first team all-Conference by 
the Heading Eagie and all-Area by 
the Wilkes-Barre Times as a 
linebacker and fullback ... Ran for 
1,060 yards as a senior, averaging 5.7 
yards per carry and scoring 1 1 touch- 
downs ... Ran for 2,500 yards and 
scored 130 points during his high 
school career ... Tabbed one of the 
top 40 senior players in Pennsylvania 
after his final season by 
SuperPrep Magazine. 

Personal: Bom 9/20/73. Joe is the 
son of Edward Gillespie. 



Mike Gillespie 

Outside Linebacker 
So. 6-3 230 
Silver Spring, MD 
Major: Criminal Justice 
High School: Springbrook 

At Maryland: Transferred from Geor- 
gia Tech after the 1991 season and 
sat out last year under transfer 
guidelines ... He is expected to see 
plenty of action this year ... He had 
an outstanding spring practice .. He 
is strong (335-pound bench), fast 
(4.69 in the 40) and agile (a 33-inch 
vertical jump). 

1992: Sat out under NCAA transfer 
guidelines 

1991: Did not play at Georgia Tech 

At Springbrook: One of the top prep 
players in the area ... Named a Su- 
perpreps All- America ... Played for 
Maryland in the Big 33 Game ... 
Named to the Washington Metro 
Area Golden 11 as a junior and se- 
nior ... He was selected all-County as 
a wide receiver as a junior and as a 
safety his senior year ... Helped lead 
Springbrook to a 34-4 three-year var- 
sity record and two state titles ... He 
also was the place kicker and con- 
nected on 22 PATs and three field 
goals, including a long of 42 yards ... 
He punted for a 38-yard average ... 
Also earned two basketball letters to 
go with his three in football ... High 
school coach was Bob Milloy, himself 
a Maryland grad. 

Personal: Born 2/24/73. Mike is the 
son of James and Geneva Gillespie. 

lonathan Grant 

Inside Linebacker 

Sr. 6-0 227 

Rockville, MD 

Major: Mechanical Engineering 

High School: Rockville 

At Maryland: Finished sprmg ball as 
the No. 2 defensive end behind Mark 
Sturdivant, but could also see some 
time at inside linebacker ... He came 
into the program as a walk-on and 
has been as successful as any non- 
scholarship player m recent years ... 



He works extremely hard in the 
weight room His 620-pound squat 
was second-best on the squad be- 
hind Sturdivant's 670-pound lift 
He will definitely be counted on to 
be a force on the special teams this 
season. 

1992: Played mainly on special teams 
and on a few plays from scrimmage, 
but did not record any statistics. 

1991: Saw action in six games, re- 
cording two unassisted tackles ... 
Both of those stops came agamst 
Clemson. 

1990: Totaled a handful of plays at 
inside linebacker and as part of the 
special teams. 

1989: A redshirt season 

Personal: Born 1/16/71, Jonathan is 
the son of the Rev and Mrs. Leon 
Grant. 



Gene Gray 



Outside Linebacker 
So. 6-1 205 
Washington, D.C. 
Major: Criminal Justice 
High School: Archbishop Carroll 
Valley Forge Military Academy 

At Maryland: Came out of spring 
practice as the likely starter on the 
weak side ... He is as good an athlete 
as Maryland has at linebacker, and 
he used that athletic prowess at in- 
side and outside linebacker as a red- 
shirt freshman last season ... He ran 
the 40 in 4.5 seconds and bench 
pressed 305 pounds during the 
spring testing ... While he played 
some on the outside last year, 
coaches were excited by the progress 
he made this sprmg ... He is 
expected to be a fixture of the defen- 
sive unit for the next three years. 

1992: Incredibly, he went from a red- 
shirt season to being a starter in the 
opening game of the season ... 
Opened the Virginia game at mside 
linebacker and recorded four tackles 
... That performance earned him 
starting assignments in the next two 
games ... He moved to outside 
'backer for Perm State, but did not 
start ... He was a fixture on the Mary- 
land special teams, recording a spe- 
cial team tackle versus Clemson. 



Gray's Statistics 








1992 


UT 


AT 


TT 


Va. 


1 


3 




NCSU 





2 




WVa 


1 


1 




PSU 










Pitt 










Clem 


1 







'92 Totals 


3 


6 


'1 



35 



■ < three-year 
U Met selection by 
< Post in 1989 and 
i to the USA Today all- 
! unebacker as a se- 
i on the 1988 Carroll 
team that won the Metro Conference 
Championship (10-1) ... At Valley 
Forge, he had 48 tackles and one in- 
terception in his one season. 

Personal: Born 12/29/71. Gene is the 
son of Elise and Eugene Gray 



Gene Green 

Defensive Back 
Jr. 5-9 175 
Yeadon, PA 
Major: Economics 
High School: Pennwood 

At Maryland: Returning starter who 
again is slated to patrol one of the 
corners of Maryland's secondary ... 
He is the team's burner, having reg- 
istered a Terp-best 4.35 40-yard dash 
in the spring ... That speed serves 
him well in games, when Maryland's 
gambling defense often leaves the 
comerbacks in one-on-one situations 
... He seemingly gained confidence 
with every outing, earning game ex- 
perience for the first time last year ... 
Ironically, m his first year of playing 
and only his second on the team, he 
was the veteran cornerback as his 
opposite defender, Mike Lacy, was a 
freshman ... He will enter 1993 as 
one of the Terps most experienced 
defenders and will be expected to 
take an on-field leadership role that 
his experience demands. 

1992: Earned starting role in spring 
and pre-season and kept for all but 
one game ... Finished the season 
with 19 unassisted tackles and 23 
total, tops among the defensive back 
underclassmen ... In his first career 
start, at Virginia, he finished with 
just one tackle and followed that up 
with a three-tackle effort against 
N.C. State ... He also had his first 
career interception against the Wolf- 
pack ... West Virginia was the only 
game he did not start ... He had 
great back-to-back outings against 
Pittsburgh and Georgia Tech, com- 
bining for seven tackles, four pass 
deflections, a fumble recovery and an 
interception in those two games ... 
Selected by coaches as Defensive 
Player of the Week for his Tech 
game. 

1991: Did not play 

At Pennwood: A first team All- 
Delaware Valley and Ali ■: iware 
County selection during h. senior 
season ... Was a second team all- 




Gene Green (9): Enjoyed a starting role in 1992. 



County selection by the News o! Del- 
aware County ... Selected honorable 
mention All-Southeastern Pennsylva- 
nia ... Captained the football and 
track teams during his senior year ... 
Selected to play in the Hero Bowl ... 
Was voted Player of the Week seven 
of 10 weeks during his senior season 
in Delaware County as voted by the 
Coaches Association ... Has speed 
and uses it effectively ... Qualified for 
six events at the Pennsylvania State 
Indoor Track Meet in 1990 ... Ranked 
No. one in Delaware County in the 
60, 100, 200 and 300 meter runs. 
Personal: Born 9/26/72. Eugene is 
the son of Sharon and Eugene Green. 

Erik Greenstein 

Offensive Lineman 
Fr. 6-2 270 
Andover, MA 
Major: Kinesiology 
High School: Andover 

At Maryland: A redshirt freshman 
who will see a great deal of playing 
time in 1992 ... A future all-Star ... 



Showcased his outstanding potential 
working as the backup center for 
much of the pre-season and through- 
out last season ... Began spring prac- 
tice at left guard and will enter fall 
practice listed at that position be- 
hind Jade Dubis ... Has strong lower 
body strength and explodes off the 
ball well ... Has good balance and 
plays with a low center of gravity. 

1992: A redshirt season 

At Andover: A four-year football let- 
terman and a track letterman his 
junior season ... Had the distinction 
of starting every game all four years 
for the football team ... Selected by 
both the Boston Globe and Boston 
Herald to the all-Scholastic team ... 
Named to the Merrimack Valley Con- 
ference team three years - second 
team his sophomore and junior 
years, then a first team choice as a 
senior ... Was a first team pick his 
junior and senior years by the 
Lawrence Eagle-Tribune ... Was 
team captain his senior year ... Also 
voted the teams' MVP his senior year 



Green's Statistics 












1992 UT 


AT 


TT 


INT 


PD 


Other 


Va. 1 





1 










NCSU 1 


2 


3 


1 







WVa 
















PSU 2 





2 










Pitt 3 





3 





3 




GaT 2 


2 


4 


1 


2 


1FR 


WF 4 





4 










Duke 2 





2 





2 




UNC 3 





3 










FSU 1 





1 










Clem 
















'92 Totals 19 


4 


23 


2 


7 


1FR 


FR = Fumble Recovery 













capping a brilliant four-year perfor- 
mance as an offensive lineman ... 
Was MVP runner-up for all the ath- 
letic teams in the Andover area ... 
He was the only area player to be 
chosen as a signee to a Division I 
school ... Won the B'nai B'rith 
Award which recognizes the top 
high school Jewish athlete ... Honor- 
able Mention for that award his 
sophomore and junior years ... Was 
selected to play in the State Shrine 
All-Star game ... Recruited by Perm 
State, Syracuse. Notre Dame and Pitt 
... Chose Maryland over Syracuse. 

Personal: Born: 9/21/73. Erik is the 
son of Hollis Marrs and Martin 
Greenstein. 



Angel Guerra 



Defensive Back 

Jr. 6-2 198 

Manassas, VA 

Major: Economics 

High School: Stonewall Jackson 

At Maryland: First name is 
pronounced Ahn-Gell ... He is the 
quintessential student-athlete suc- 
cess story ... former walk-on who 
earned a scholarship last season ... 
Is projected as a likely starter this 
season ... Also is excelling in the 
classroom, where he consistently 
earns academic honors ... He will be 
the Terps likely starting safety, that 
position having been solidified with 
his fine performances as a reserve 
last year and his exceptional play in 
the spring ... He also should con- 
tinue to be one of the Terps' top 
special teams players ... He is excep- 
tionally strong for his size and is one 
of the toughest hitters on the squad. 

1992: Began the year as a special 
teams performer, who ultimately 
wound up the season as a leading 
tackier on the defense ... He had one 
unassisted tackle versus Pittsburgh 
... He got regular opportunities on 
the defense when Scott Rosen was 
injured, playing extensively against 
Wake Forest and starting the Duke 
game, recording three tackles in 
each of those outings ... Started the 
season finale and had a monster 
game against Clemson, with 16 
tackles, one fumble recovery and 
one pass deflection ... His 16 stops 
were the most by a Terp in 1992 
and he became the only player to 
register two big hits in one game in 
that contest. 

At Stonewall Jackson: Three-sport 
letterman and dean's list student ... 
He earned three letters in football, 
two in basketball and one in soccer 
... He served as team captain of the 



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Angel Guerra (42): Getting excited about supporting the Flag. 



Guerra's Statistics 










1992 UT AT 


TT 


INT 


PD 


Other 


Pitt 1 


1 










WF 2 1 


3 










Duke 2 3 


5 










UNC 













FSU 













Clem 10 6 


16 





1 


1TL (-2), 1FR, 2BH 


'92 Totals 15 10 


25 





1 


1TL (-2), 1FR, 2BH 


TL = Tackle for loss 










FR = Fumble Recovery 










BH = BigHit 











football and basketball teams his se- 
nior season ... He was a second team 
all-district selection on defense and 
a honorable mention pick on offense 
as a senior ... He also participated 
two years in the school's teen coun- 
selor program ... His high school 
football coach was Jim Powell ... He 
was a dean's list student as a senior 
with a 3.9 grade point average. 

Personal: Born 12/27/71. Angel is 
the son of Providencia and Luis 
Guerra. 

Paul Gunsser 

Offensive Lineman 
Jr. 6-5 279 
Philadelphia, PA 
Major: Criminal Justice 
High School: Archbishop Ryan 

At Maryland: A hard worker who 
will add depth to the offensive line 
... His height and size will allow him 
to make a contribution to '.he offen- 
sive line. 



1992: Did not play 

1991: Did not play 

1990: A redshirt season 

At Archbishop Ryan: Was an honor- 
able mention All-Catholic League 
selection in his senior season ... 
Played in the city of Philadelphia all- 
star game his senior season ... Com- 
pleted his second year of organized 
football play ... Played at defensive 
end and blocked for a run-dominated 
offense. 

Personal: Bom 1/19/72. Paul is the 
son of Barbara and Paul Gunsser. 

David Hack 

Offensive Lineman 
Jr. 6-6 280 
Holland, NY 
Major: Kinesiology 
High School: St. Francis 

At Maryland: Rejoins the team and 
steps immediately back into a start- 



ing role ... Enters the fall as the pro- 
jected first string right guard A 
converted tight end who started the 
final five games of the 1991 season 
at right offensive tackle Will be 
playing the guard position for the 
first time ... His presence will give 
the offensive line an added dimen- 
sion this season ... Has the potential 
to become one of the Terps' all-time 
best offensive linemen, at guard or 
tackle ... A definite for all-star recog- 
nition. 

1992: Practiced with the team two 
days a week and participated in film 
sessions m order to keep himself 
sharp ... Worked hard in the weight- 
room and was able to increase his 
size and speed 

1991: An outstanding talent who ap- 
peared in all 11 games as a redshirt 
freshman ... Became a starter in the 
seventh game of the season versus 
Duke ... Played limited downs early 
but graded out at 80 percent m the 
season opener versus Virginia, 85 
percent versus for Syracuse, 80% 
against West Virginia and 60 per- 
cent versus Pittsburgh ... Played 
both left and right tackle against 
Wake Forest ... Was named the ACC 
Rookie-of-the-Week following his 
performance against the Demon Dea- 
cons ... Graded at 81 percent with 
three pancake blocks versus Wake ... 
Had a big block on Maryland's win- 
ning touchdown score with 1:34 re- 
maining ... As a starter, he graded 
out at a team high 85 percent 
against North Carolina and had five 
knockdown blocks versus No. 18 
Penn State Played well in the final 
game of the season and graded out 
at 71 percent versus N.C. State. 

1990: A redshirt season 

At St. Francis: A first team All- 
Catholic league selection his senior 
season as a tight end ... Was team 
captain, also, during his senior year 
... Named first team All- Western 
New York his senior season ... Cho- 
sen to the Top-40 Ail-American 
Northeastern United States Team ... 
A member of the All-Academic team 
in Western New York. 

Personal: Bom 4/22/72. David is the 
son of Nancy and William Hack. 

Farad Hall 

Defensive Lineman 

Fr. 6-2 270 

Carroll City, FL 

Major: Computer Science 

High School: Monsignor Pace 

At Maryland: Strong, quick defender 
who gained valuable experience as a 
member of the Terps' scout team 



last year ... He can play any of the 
three down positions, giving the 
coaching staff versatility ... He suf- 
fered a wrist injury in the spring 
which limited his effectiveness, but 
he is expected to be 100 percent for 
the fall ... Despite the injury, he fin- 
ished the spring second on the depth 
chart at nose guard behind Jim Pana- 
gos . . He is expected to battle with 
Madison Bradley for that back-up 
nose spot. 

1992: A redshirt year 

At Pace: A real anchor of Paces' de- 
fense ...A two-way player at Pace 
but is likely to be listed on the defen- 
sive side of the football ... A three- 
sport letterman ... Earned three in 
football, one in wrestling and one in 
track & field Could be a nose 
guard prospect as well as tackle ... 
His coach Matt Guandolo claims he 
will be a dominant player ... He runs 
very well and combines speed, 
quickness and strength (345 bench 
press) ... Farad always has liked 
Maryland .He applied as a junior 
and was hoping the new staff would 
recruit him ... His hope and wish was 
granted easily as Coach Duffner and 
staff had him on their preferred list 
... It just so happens that Duffner had 
a player from Pace and Coach Guan- 
dolo at Holy Cross ... The new Terp 
coach was well aware of the high 
school's program and reputation ... 
He was a first team all-District (Dade 
County) and third team all-State pick 
his senior year ... Won the District 
and Regional titles in '91 ... As a jun- 
ior, he was chosen all-District (Dade 
County) and named third team all- 
State his senior year ... He won the 
heavyweight wrestling crown in the 
District in '91 ... An excellent stu- 
dent, taking a 2.9 GPA into the 
spring period . . . Was named a high 
school All-America Scholar 
(Language) ... An honor roll student 
... Will study engineering ... Visited 
South Carolina and Louisville. 

Personal: Born 9/11/74. Farad is the 
son of Mary and Billy Hall. 

Aaron Henne 

Defensive Lineman 
Fr. 6-5 280 
Allison Park, PA 
Major: Criminal Justice 
High School: Shaler Area 

At Maryland: Combines the whole 
package - size, strength and speed 
... He will vie for playing time at ei- 
ther tackle spot this fall after a year 
on the scout team ... Finished spring 
ball listed second on the depth at 
tackle behind Sharrod Mack ... He 
possesses outstanding skills for a 



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player so young, but what is really 
evident about him is his sheer ath- 
letic ability In the spring, he 
benched 315 pounds and squatted 
575 Then he went out and ran a 
4.9 40-yard dash - third fastest 
among the down linemen 

1992: A redshirt year 

At Shaler Area: A three-year letter- 
man in football and wrestling ,., Cap- 
tained both teams his senior year ... 
A standout starter for three years ... 
Earned first team all-Quad North 
Conference ... A "Big 33" all-state 
team nominee .., Was a Pittsburgh 
Post-Gazette selection to their "Fab- 
ulous 22" team and a first team 
Pittsburgh Press North All-Star 
choice The wrestling team cap- 
tured the WPIAL Section II champi- 
onship last year ... During the 199 1- 
92 wrestling season. Aaron, in the 
heavyweight class, took third place 
in the WPIAL sections; fourth in the 
Brooke Tournament and second in 
the West Mifflin Tourney ... His jun- 
ior year, he took second in the 
WPIAL sections, third in the West 
Mifflin and was given the "Most Im- 
proved" wrestler award ... Had a ca- 
reer record of 40-26 with 26 falls ... 
His father, Leo, also a Shaler gradu- 
ate in '69 and a four-year football 
player, played semi-pro ball with the 
Pittsburgh Ironmen & Wolfpack. 

Personal: Born 3/24/74. Aaron is the 
son of Linda and Leo Henne. 



Erik Henry 



Inside Receiver 

Fr. 6-3 220 

Cherry Hill, NJ 

Major: Marketing 

High School: Cherry Hill East 

At Maryland: A sneaky fast receiver 
who runs precise patterns ... A tall 
receiver who has the bulk of a tight 
end and the speed of a slot receiver 
... Will get a good look in the fall 
practice sessions after mrssing a 
great deal of spring practice with an 
injury. 

1992: A redstart season 

At Cherry Hill East: An A-B Honor 
Roll student ... Scored exceptionally 
hrgh on his SAT ... Joins with his 
high school teammate Kevin Foley as 
two Cherry Hill East stars who chose 
to be part of the Terps' new and 
promising program under Coach 
Duffner ... Both visited Maryland the 
same weekend and decided they 
wanted to be a part in turning things 
around at College Park ... A three- 
sport letter winner, four years play- 
ing football, and three years as a 
standout player on the basketball 
and baseball teams ... Captained the 
football team his senior year ..He 



missed the bulk of his senior season 
because of a kneecap injury Has 
recovered fully and runs a 4 7 40 
Caught 60 of Foley's passes his jun- 
ior year He was selected to and 
played in the annual South-Jersey 
East-West all-star game Numerous 
all-star honors were accorded Erik 
during his career ... He received all- 
America honorable mention recogni- 
tion as well as all-State, all-Area, all- 
South Jersey, all-Conference and 
honorable mention Group IV ... a 
standout player on the 1989 State 
championship team and the all- 
Conference championship teams of 
'90 and '91 ... Duffner describes Erik 
as a tight end who has the ability to 
play the slotback position also ... He 
chose Maryland over Miami (FL), Syr- 
acuse and North Carolina. 

Personal: Born 12/11/72. Erik is the 
son of Patricia and Robert Henry ... 
His father played basketball at the 
University of Pittsburgh. 

Dom Hill 

Defensive Lineman 
So. 6-3 255 
Washington, D.C. 
Major: Criminal Justice 
High School: St. John's 

At Maryland: A player who will add 
quality depth along the defensive 
front ... Walked on to the squad last 
year and impressed the coaching 
staff with his work ethic ... He can 
play any of the down positions, but 
probably will get the longest look in- 
side, either at tackle or nose guard. 

1992: Did not play 

At St. John's: Four year letter winner 
in football and earned three in track 
and one in basketball ... Team cap- 
tarn of the football and track teams 
as a senior ... Led St. John's to the 
Metro and Catholic League football 
titles in 1989, earning all-conference 
and honorable mention all-Met that 
season ... he was all-conference in 
track m 1990. 

Personal: Born 5/20/72. His full name 
is Domiento Cornelius Hill ... Dom is 
the son of Linda Hill. 

Corey Holobetz 

Outside Linebacker 
Jr. 6-4 231 
Pottsville. PA 
Major: General Business 

Administration 
High School: Pottsville 

At Maryland: He is an integral part 
of the Terps special teams as the 
long snapper on punts ... Besides his 
special teams duties, he is one of the 
few players on the squad that has 
taken snaps from scrimmage on both 
sides of the ball ... Came to Mary- 



land as a tight end prospect and 
played there in 1991 and was moved 
to the defensive line for the 1992 
season ... This year he will vie for 
playing time at either outside line- 
backer position. 

1992: Played in 10 games, mainly on 
special teams ... Season opener 
against Virginia was his first game 
as snapper ... Recovered from bad 
snap in Charlottesville to handle du- 
ties perfectly against N.C. State 
Selected Special Teams Player of 
Week by coaches after his perfor- 
mance against the Wolfpack, which 
included one special teams tackle ... 
Played as a down lineman against 
Penn State and North Carolina, reg- 
istering one tackle against the Nitt- 
any Lions and a career-high three 
stops, two unassisted, against the 
Tar Heels. 

1991: Caught one pass from the 
tight end position while playing in 
seven games ... Caught a seven-yard 
pass from Tony Scarpino against 
West Virginia ... Reception came in 
the fourth quarter and was good for 
a first down ... Was used extensively 
on special teams at the end of the 
season because of injury 

1990: A redshirt year 



At Pottsville: All-State Pennsylvania 
tight end who caught 33 passes and 
scored four touchdowns his senior 
season ... Led Pottsville to a 10-3 
record and a playoff berth ... Caught 
99 passes for 1,200 yards during his 
prep career ,., a first-team all-State 
pick by the Associated Press as a 
senior ... Was an all-County and all- 
Conference pick his junior and se- 
nior years ... Has speed, runs the 
40-yard dash in 4.7 Maintained an 
A average during his high school 
career and earned over 1100 on his 
SAT. 

Personal: Born 9/22/71 Corey is 
the son of Maryann and Michael 
Holobetz. 



Wade Inge 



Wide Receiver 

So. 61 180 

Lindenwold, NJ 

Major: Accounting 

High School: Overbrook Regional 

At Maryland: Will be a key member 
of Maryland's receiving corps ... A 
sure honors candidate who attracted 
a great deal of attention during his 
first collegiate season ... His speed 
and athleticism are his greatest on 




Wade Inge 

are . . . 



There are greetings for big plays, and ther. 



39 





tics 


Receiving 








Rec 


Yds 


TD 


LG 




2 


30 


1 


29 




1 


7 





7 




1 


14 





14 




3 


35 





33 


Pitt 


4 


72 


1 


25 


GaT 


4 


45 





17 


WF 


4 


57 





24 


Duke 


5 


31 





10 


UNC 














FSU 


2 


26 





14 


Clem 














92 Totals 


26 


317 

Kickoff Returns 


2 


33 


1992 


KOR 


Yds 


TD 


LG 


PSU 


1 


14 





14 


Wake 


1 


13 





13 


FSU 


1 


6 





6 


'92 Totals 


3 


33 





14 



field qualities ... Runs a speedy 4.56 
in the 40 yard dash ... The true soph- 
omore is very receptive to learning 
and credits the coaching staff for 
much of his success Worked on 
improving his pattern running and 
catching the ball in spring practice. 

1992: Nominee for ACC Rookie of 
Year ... Scored Maryland's first touch- 
down of the season when he caught 
a 27 yard John Kaleo pass at 
Virginia ... First true freshman to 
score for Maryland since Mark Ma- 
son against Virginia in 1990 ... Had 
two assisted tackles on special 
teams agamst the 'Hoos ... Caught 
Maryland's long pass of the day at 
Perm State, 33 yards ... Scored win- 
ning touchdown in fourth quarter 
versus Pittsburgh Oct. 3 on 15 yard 
touchdown pass ... Matured as sea- 
son went on, he had a solid outing 
against Wake Forest, making tough 
catches ... Played last year with his 
brother Bill, a defensive back, be- 
coming first brother starters at Mary- 
land since Keeta and Al Covington in 
1984 and 1985. 

At Overbrook: Brother of Terps' 
graduated starting roverback, Bill ... 
A three-sport letterman, three in 
football and four years as a basket- 
ball player and track star ... 
Captained the football and basketball 
teams his senior year ... Had the 
honor as one of the captains for the 
track team his last three seasons ... 
For coach Larry Maunello, he played 
running back, receiver, free safety 
and ran back punts and kicks ... 
Combined for more than 1,000 yards 
rushing and receiving last season, 
scoring nine touchdowns as a slot- 
back and running back ... Caugh 
passes for over 500 yards and five 
the nine scores ... His rushing figure 



stood out with 520 yards and his 
other four TDs ... Has a 34-inch verti- 
cal leap and great speed ... Was a 
first team all-South Jersey selection 
and all-Conference and all-Group IV 
... He was all-Conference and all- 
Group IV in track for 1990 and '91 ... 
Football team of '90 won the State 
Championship (8-3) ... Was FBLA 
treasurer ... An honor roll student ... 
Was student of the month for Novem- 
ber, 1991 ... He initially committed to 
Wisconsin, but changed his decision 
after his visit to College Park on the 
final weekend for recruits to visit. 

Personal: Born 4/24/74. Wade is the 
son of Donna and William Inge. 

Jason Kremus 

Wide Receiver 
Sr. 6-1 207 
Northampton, PA 
Major: Recreation 
High School: Northampton 

At Maryland: Returns healthy head- 
ing into pre-season practice and will 
be one of Maryland's top outside re- 
ceivers ... A hamstring injury limited 
his playing time in 1992 ... Coaching 
staff expects big things because of 
his talent and experience ... Coaches 
like him on the outside so they can 
take advantage of his 4.75 speed in 
40-yard dash ... A former member of 
the Maryland track team, he finished 
second m the 110 high hurdles in a 
time of 15.10 at the 1991 Metropoli- 
tan Invitational. 

1992: Nagging hamstring injury 
forced him to miss first five games ... 
Played first time against Georgia 
Tech, but did not catch pass ... First 
catch came against North Carolina 
as he appeared in place of Marcus 
Badgett who was injured during the 
game. 




Jason Kremus: Set for a big senior year after an injury-plagued 
junior jear. 



1991: First career catch came at 
Pittsburgh and netted a 23-yard 
touchdown ... Also caught a 17-yard 
pass against Pitt for a first down 
which led to an eventual Terp touch- 
down ... Maryland closed to within 
24-20 at that point ... Longest career 
catch of 56 yards for a touchdown 
came at Clemson and gave Terps a 
first quarter lead ... Had two catches 
against Wake Forest for a 25.5 yard 
average and a long reception of 31 ... 
Comeback reception for first down 
against Duke was spectacular. 

1990: Saw action in the Duke and 
Virginia games but did not catch a 
pass ... Was listed third or fourth on 
the depth chart the entire season ... 
A hard worker who was a valuable 
member of the scout team. 

1989: A redshirt year 

At Northampton: Excelled in both 
football and track at the prep level ... 
Earned three letters in football and 
four in track ... Captained football his 
senior season and the track team for 
two years ... Was voted the most 
valuable defensive player of the 



1988 Big 33 game as he led the 
Pennsylvania all-star team to a vic- 
tory over the Maryland all-star team 
... Earned first team all-Conference 
honors as wide receiver, free safety 
and kickoff returner during his se- 
nior season ... Gained honorable 
mention all-State honors at wide re- 
ceiver his senior season ... Holds the 
school record for touchdowns in a 
career with 12 ... An outstanding 
track runner, he won six district hur- 
dling titles (110 and 300 meters), 
one district title m the 100 meter 
run, five conference hurdling titles 
(110 and 300 meters), conference 
titles in the 100 and 200 meter runs, 
and three state hurdling titles (55 
meter indoor, 110 and 300 outdoor) 
during his high school career ... Ran 
the fifth fastest time in the nation m 
the 55 meter hurdles during his se- 
nior year ... Holds four school 
records (110 and 300 meter hurdles, 
100 and 200 meters), two conference 
records (110 and 300 hurdles) . three 
district records (110 and 300 hur- 
dles. 100 meter run) and one state 
record (300 hurdles) ... Named first 



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Kremus' Statistics 








1992 


Rec 


Yds 


TD 


LG 


UNC 


2 


26 





15 


'92 Totals 


2 


26 





15 


1991 


Rec 


Yds 


TD 


LG 


Pitt 


2 


40 


1 


23 


WF 


2 


51 





31 


Duke 


1 


16 





16 


Clem 


1 


56 


1 


56 


'91 Totals 


6 


163 


2 


56 


Year-by-Year 


Rec 


Yds. 


TD 


LG 


1992 


2 


26 





15 


1991 


6 


163 


2 


56 


Career 


8 


189 


2 


56 



team all-State in 1988 (110 hurdles) 
and 1989 (110 and 300 hurdles and 
100 meter run) 

Personal: Born 4/22/71 Jason is the 
son of Joan and Fred Kremus. 



Mike Lacy 



Defensive Back 

So. 5-9 173 

Burke, VA 

Major: General Business 

Administration 
High School: Lake Braddock 

At Maryland: Returning starter at 
comerback who could have a signifi- 
cant impact on the Terps' defensive 
backfield in 1993 ... A year ago, he 
was one of two corners - sopho- 
more Gene Green was the other - 
who were starting for the first time 



in their careers ... He is exceptionally 
quick (4.4 speed in the 40) ... He 
gained valuable experience last year 
becoming a starter early in the year 
and holding the job the rest of the 
season ... Obviously, he will benefit 
from the experience of a year ago. 

1992: Often saw one-on-one situa- 
tions, as evidence by his 15 unas- 
sisted tackles m 17 total stops ... 
Played well in the season opener at 
Virginia with two unassisted tackles 
... Recorded tackle for loss against 
N.C. State ... Had career high in tack- 
les with eight (seven unassisted) at 
West Virginia ... Played back-up to 
Scott Rosen at Penn State and 
against Pittsburgh He did record a 
special teams tackle versus Pitt ... 
Played more against Georgia Tech 
because of Rosen's switch to safety 
... Reemerged for Clemson game 




where he was a standout 
Recorded only three tackles and one 
pass deflection against the Tigers, 
but his aggressive helped to com- 
pletely shut down Clemson's pass- 
ing attack and its outside rushing. 

1991: A redshirt year 

Personal: Born 4/20/73. Mike is the 
son of Joyce and Ogden Lacy 

lermaine Lewis 

Inside Receiver 

So. 5-9 170 

Lanham, MD 

Major: Letters & Sciences 

High School: Eleanor Roosevelt 

At Maryland: An all-star candidate 

Quickest member of the team 
with lightning fast speed, as he runs 
a hand held 4.26 in the 40 yard dash 
... His incredible speed and athletic 
ability allow him to do many things 
on the football field Accounted for 
661 yards of total offense as a true 
freshman, quickly becoming a threat 
as a receiver and on the kickoff re- 
turn team ... Became Maryland's 
main kickoff returner near the end of 
the season and returned 10 kickoff s 
for 268 yards in the final 2 games 
of the season ... He will enjoy that 
role again this season ... Continues 
to grow as a receiver with each 
practice and is ready for a super 
sophomore season 

1992: Enjoyed a spectacular season 
as a true freshman ... Caught four 
passes against N.C. State Enjoyed 
a strong game versus Pittsburgh as 
he caught three passes for 36 yards 
... Starred on special teams vs Geor- 
gia Tech , downmg a punt inside 
the five, and blocking a punt and 
scoring his first collegiate 
touchdown on a 42-yard return ... He 
excelled on making game saving 
tackles involving interceptions and 
kick returns (one special teams 
tackle) ... His block and ensuing 
touchdown was the first blocked 
punt returned for a touchdown by a 



Terp since 1983 He had been in- 
serted on the punt block team only 
a week earlier as the coaching staff 
wanted to utilize his tremendous 
speed ... Among four catches as 
Terps won at Duke was an 11 -yard 
play where Lewis just touched the 
out of bounds line on way to end 
zone 55 yards away; the speed he 
showed on the play indicated just 
how dangerous he is ... Also dan- 
gerous catching shovel passes for 
good yardage as a Super back ... 
Forced to play there part-time be- 
cause of Super back injuries Had 
a career high seven catches versus 
North Carolina Had a fine game 
at Florida State, nabbing a scoring 
pass ... Also had two special teams 
tackles against the Seminoles ... 
Came within two yards of the all- 
time kickoff return yardage record 
for a game as he returned six kicks 
for 157 yards against the Seminoles 
... The all-time record is 159 yards 
by Raphael Wall versus Penn State 
in 1991 ... Completed a strong quar- 
tet of games to end season (22 
catches, 262 yards) by having best 
yardage game against Clemson 
Lewis' 69 yard touchdown in the 
second quarter saw the freshman 
turn a short gainer into long touch- 
down with speed, and the score 
gave Maryland impetus for big win 
... Returned four kicks for 111 yards 
versus Clemson in the season finale 
... Averaged 26.8 yards on 10 kick- 
offs in the final two games of the 
season. 

At Eleanor Roosevelt: With his 4.3 
explosions in the 40-yard dash, he 
proved that he was the fastest high 
school runner in the state and cited 
as one of the fastest m the nation 
with this breathtaking speed ... For 
the second year in a row. he won 
the state 4A title in the 200 and 100 
meter dash ... He set a state meet 
record m the 200, winning m 20.8 
seconds, and he captured the 100 in 
a breathtaking 10.3 seconds, the 
second-fastest time of any school- 
boy in the nation ... He also ran the 



Mike Lacy (27): A starting role resulted in a big season finale. 



Lacy's Statistics 












1992 UT 


AT 


TT 


INT 


PD 


Other 


Va. 2 





2 










NCSU 2 





2 








1TL (-2) 


WVa 7 


1 


8 





1 




PSU 
















Pin 1 





1 










GaT 
















WF 
















Duke 
















UNC 
















FSU 
















Clem 2 


1 


3 





1 




'92 Totals 14 


2 


16 





2 




TL = Tackle for Loss 













41 




Jermaine Lewis: Speed, speed, speed with courage and skill 
thrown in. 



anchor leg of Roosevelt's 400-meter 
relay team, which set a new state 
record outdoors ... Was the 1992 Na- 
tional Scholastic Indoor 200-meter 
dash champion, breaking the 200 
meter meet and national record 
The 1992 Track and Field Magazine 



Indoor "Athlete of the Year" ... Was 
the 1991 Gatorade Circle of Cham- 
pion award winner for track ... Was a 
Washington Post all-Met Indoor and 
Outdoor pick his junior and senior 
years ... Played football his junior and 
senior years ... Rushed for over 1,000 



Lewis' Statistics 












Pass Receiving 






1992 


Rec 


Yds 


TD 


LG 


NCSU 


4 


26 





13 


Pitt 


3 


36 





25 


WF 


1 


22 





22 


Duke 


4 


40 





14 


UNC 


7 


42 





21 


FSU 


6 


79 


1 


38 


Clem 


5 


101 


1 


69 


'92 Totals 


30 


346 
Kickoff Returns 


2 


69 


1992 


KOR 


Yds 


TD 


LG 


FSU 


6 


157 





31 


Clem 


4 


111 





33 


'92 Totals 


10 


268 





33 



Mack's Statistics 






1992 UT AT 


TT 


Other 


PSU 







Pitt 1 1 


2 




GaT 1 2 


3 


1TU-22), lSK(-22), IFF 


WF 







Duke 3 


3 


1TU-5), lSK(-5), 1FBP 


UNC 







FSU 1 3 


4 




Clem 1 


1 




'92 Totals 6 7 


13 


2TL(-27), 2SKI-27), IFF, 1FBP 


TL = Tackle for Loss 






SK = Sack 






FF = Forced Fumble 






FBP = Forced Bad Pass 







yards during his senior year, playing 
six games, averaging 170 yards per 
game ... Missed three games 
because of ankle injury ... Had over 
900 yards as a junior ... Was selected 
as Roosevelt's offensive "Player of 
the Year" for both '91 and '92 ... 
Selected as a first team all- 
Metropolitan running back in the 
league m '91 ... Was chosen and 
played in last summer's annual "Big 
33" game featuring the all-star play- 
ers of Maryland and Pennsylvania ... 
Turned down track offers from 
Nebraska, Southern Methodist, 
Michigan State and South Carolina 
to play football for the Terrapins and 
Duffner. 

Personal: Born 10/16/74. Jermaine is 
the son of Rhonda and James "Jake" 
Lewis. 



Sharrod Mack 

Defensive Lineman 

So. 6-3 281 

Bronx, NY 

Major: Letters & Sciences 

High School: Cardinal Spellman 

At Maryland: Finished spring prac- 
tice listed as the No. 1 defensive 
tackle ... He earned that notoriety 
with exceptional play in the spring 
and by making the most of his game 
opportunities last season as a red- 
shirt freshman ... He was the only 
freshman to see playing time on the 
defensive line ... He is an excellent 
all-around athlete, with better than 
a 500-pound squat, nearly a 300- 
pound bench and a 5.3 40 ... His 
27.5-mch vertical jump is among the 
best of the defensive lineman ... 
Originally came to Maryland as a 
tight end prospect, but has found 
his niche on the line. 




Sharrod Mack: Ready to take more snaps as a sophomore, perhaps 
as a starter. 



42 



Terprofiles 




4 Lewis, Jermaine WR 20 Lytle, Ken 
Lanham, Md. Avon, Conn. 



K 99 Mack, Sharrod 
Bronx, NY. 



DT 11 Marchese, Tom 
Dunmore, Pa. 



QB 21 Mason, Mark 
Potomac, Md. 



SUB 




i^X ~— j 





8 Mike, David ISR 13 Milanovich, Scott QB 10 Olavarria, Luis OLB 95 Panagos, Jim NG 37 Plank, Kevin ILB 

Aliquippa, Pa. Butler, Pa. West Haverstraw, NY. Islip Terrace, N.Y. Kensington, Md. 




89 Roberts. Richard ISR 67 Rosewag, Andy OT 43 Settles, Mike DB 

Annandale, Va. Crownsville, Md. Temple Hills, Md. 



43 



^^^HflHa 



ate and ulti- 
..-■ . ight games ... 
les against Pitt ... 
st Georgia 
kles, a sack and 
ced fumble ... The sack in that 
le came against Yellow Jacket 
srback Shawn Jones and re- 
sulted in a safety for the Terps ... He 
also recorded a sack at Duke ... He 
totaled a career-high four tackles at 
Florida State. 

1991: A redshirt year 

At Cardinal Spellman: A three-year 
letterman in football and basketball 
... He was voted Spellman's Athlete 
of the Year as a senior ... Played both 
ways as a lineman as a sophomore 
and junior, before moving to tight 
end as a senior ... He was a standout 
defensive end as a senior ... He was 
an all-City honorable mention selec- 
tion by the New York Post ... he was 
a Catholic League all-star as a senior 
and a second team all-Catholic 
League pick as a junior. 

Personal: Born 3/4/73. He is the 
cousin of former Clemson All- 
America defensive back Terry 
Kincaid, who currently plays in the 
NFL ... Sharrod is the son of Joyce 
and Leroy Mack. 

Tom Marchese 

Quarterback 
So. 6-2 215 
Dunmore, PA 
Major: General Business 

Administration 
High School: Dunmore 

At Maryland: While his actual game 
expenence has been extremely lim- 
ited, he has shown outstanding de- 
velopment in every aspect of his 
game over the last two years ... Fin- 
ished spring ball as the No. 3 quar- 
terback and will have a chance to 
improve that standing when fall 
practice begins ... He has all the 
tools - a big, strong arm, accurate 
touch and a great attitude. 

1992: Played in one game, seeing 
late duty in front of friends and rela- 
tives at Penn State ... His lone colle- 
giate pass attempt fell incomplete in 
that game ... He was the No. 3 quar- 
terback all season, but the Terps re- 
mained healthy at that position and 
rarely ventured down the depth 
chart ... Nevertheless, he received 
consistent coaches' praise for his 
hard work and attitude. 

1991: A redshirt year 

At Dunmore: A four-year lettem. 
in football, basketball and track ... 
Co-captained the football and basket- 



ball teams his senior year ... While 
playing every down, both offense and 
defense as a safety, he was a four- 
year member of the basketball and 
track teams ... With all this, Tom 
found the time to earn a 4.0 scholas- 
tic grade point average and was a 
member of the National Honor Soci- 
ety, serving as its treasurer ... Along 
with Terp signee Scott Milanovich, 
Butler, PA, the pair was rated as the 
two top quarterback recruits coming 
out of Pennsylvania their senior year 
... During his four year prep career, 
he threw for a school record 3,648 
yards and 32 touchdowns ... As a se- 
nior, he threw 118 passes and was 
intercepted only twice ... Was chosen 
as the outstanding quarterback in the 
Big 11 Conference ... Was a first team 
all-State defensive back selection 
also, his senior year ... Earned all- 
Regional honors as a quarterback and 
free safety ... All selections were AP 
honors ... He was a second team bas- 
ketball pick his senior year ... Led 
Dunmore to a 13-1 record and a state 
title as a junior ... Quarterbacked the 
football team to the state title in '89 
... A member of the track team that 
won the conference title in '89 and 
the basketball team that took the dis- 
trict title in '88 ... Was senior class 
vice-president; president of the 
French Club, and a member of the 
Letterman's Club ... Chose Maryland 
over UCLA, Wisconsin and Rutgers. 

Personal: Born 4/7/72. Tom is the 
son of Ann Mane and Sal Marchese. 

David Mike 

Inside Receiver 
Sr. 6-2 204 
Aliquippa, PA 
Major: Finance 
High School: Aliquippa 

At Maryland: Came to Maryland as a 
quarterback but was moved to re- 
ceiver at the beginning of spring 
practice 1991 ... Has worked hard 
and enters the fall pre-season prac- 
tices listed second at the inside re- 
ceiver position behind Russ Weaver 
... Coaching staff likes his soft hands 
and precise receiving route running 
... Learned the run and shoot offense 
as a member of the scout team last 
season. 

1992: Did not play 

1991: Not eligible to play 

1990: Was listed as the third team 
quarterback behind Scott Zolak and 
Jim Sandwisch ... Did not see any 
game action. 

1989: A redshirt year 



At Aliquippa: A three-sport letter 
winner, earning three varsity letters 
in football, one in track and one in 
baseball ... He was named honorable 
mention all-star following his junior 
and senior seasons ... Athlete of the 
Week in 1988 as named by the Pitts- 
burgh Post Gazette ... Member of the 
1988 WPIAL championship squad ... 
He was instrumental in leading Al- 
iquippa to the state finals and finish- 
ing with a 14-1 record in '88 ... Led 
the team to the 1987 WPIAL AAA 
title as well, compiling a 12-1 record 
... Mike was the recipient of his 
school's Student-Athlete Award ... 
He was a two-year member of the 
National Honor Society and four-year 
member of the Honor Roll ... He, too, 
can be found in the Who's Who 
Among High School Students. 

Personal: Born 10/8/70. David is the 
son of Beverly and Michael Mike. 



Scott Milanovich 

Quarterback 

So. 6-5 220 

Butler, PA 

Major: Criminal Justice 

High School: Butler 

At Maryland: The player who has 
been given the reins of the high- 
octane Terps offense ... He was the 
back-up quarterback last year, and, 
with the graduation of John Kaleo to 
the pro ranks, he firmly established 
himself as the No 1 QB during 
spring practice ... He has a classic 
drop-back passer's frame - tall, 
sturdy and with a gun for an arm - 
but is quick enough to effectively 
execute the run and shoot ... He 
runs a 4.9 40-yard dash ... In the 
spring Alumni Game - his first 
starting nod - he was 12 of 23 
passing for 134 yards and two 
touchdowns and controlled the 




Scott Milanovich: Ready to rock and roll. 



44 



Terprofiles 



offense in every situation Coaches 
have complete confidence that the 
record-setting numbers the offense 
put up last year with Kaleo calling 
the signals can be surpassed this 
year with Milanovich at the helm. 

1992: Played in four games as the 
No. 2 quarterback ... His first action 
came in his home state against Penn 
State, when Kaleo was injured in the 
third quarter He was intercepted 
on his first pass attempt, but settled 
down nicely from there, hitting seven 
of 15 passes for 128 yards and a 
touchdown ... The TD play came on a 
:■.'■,, : I'ption by Fiank Wycheck 

Inserted late in the second half 
against Georgia Tech and was three 
of six passing . He finished with 
some impressive stats against Flor- 
ida State - 7 of 9 passing for 73 
yards - but the game had long-been 
decided when he got in He also 
ran the offense on the final series in 
the Terps' huge win over Clemson 

1991: A redshirt year. The son of a 
coach who seemed destined to be- 
come the first True Freshman last 
year to quarterback the Terps since 
Cumberland's (Md.) Mark Manges in 
1974, but coaching staff changed 
their minds and decided to have 
Scott redshirt the entire year, thus 
keepmg four full years of playing 
time ... During the season, he was 
listed as high as second team on the 
depth chart ... Made every road trip 
... As a drop back passer, he 
possesses an exceptionally strong 
throwing arm. reminiscent of several 
former Terp QB's, now stairing in 
the NFL 

At Butler: A thiee-yeai letterman in 
football, two in baseball and one in 
track ... Captained the football team 
his semor year . . Along with Terp 
teammate Tom Maichese (Dunmore, 
PA), the pair were judged as the two 
top quarterback recruits out of Penn- 
sylvania in '91 according to scouting 
services ... A first team all-State and 
all-Conference selection by the Asso- 
ciated Press ... Honored as a first 
team pick both his junior and semor 
years on the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette 
Fabulous 22 ... Also named to the 
Pittsburgh Press Finest 44 his semor 
season ... Chosen by the Press as the 
Player of the Year for '90 ... Named 
Player of the Year for '90 as selected 
by the powerful local television out- 
let. KDKA-TV Named the 
Pittsburgh North Player of the Year 
As a semor. he completed 114 of 
226 passes for 1520 yards. 19 touch- 
downs and only seven interceptions 
... He also punted for a 40.7 yards 
per punt average and connected on 
four field goals beyond 40 yards ... 
Threw for a total of 2800 yards and 
32 touchdowns during his prep ca- 



Milanovich 


's Statistics 














Pass 


ng 








1992 


Comp 


Att 


Yds 


TD 


Int 


LG 


PSU 


7 


15 


128 


1 


1 


33 


GaT 


3 


6 


31 





1 


21 


FSU 


7 


9 


73 








29 


Clem 

















'92 Totals 


17 


30 


232 


1 


2 


33 



reer ... Led Butler to a 10-2-1 record 
and a No. 9 ranking in the state, 
leading the team to the tough SPIAL 
4 A championship ... Selected to and 
played in the "Big 33" game, featur- 
ing the Pennsylvania all-star team 
against the Maryland all-stars ... 
Chose Maryland over Pittsburgh and 
Louisville ... His father, Gary, was a 
former coach at Butler High School ... 
He is presently athletics director at 
Butler. 

Personal: Born 1/25/73. Scott is the 
son of Penny and Gary Milanovich. 

Luis Olavarria 

Outside Linebacker 
So. 6-1 192 

West Haverstraw, NY 
Major: Government & Politics 
High School: North Rockland 

At Maryland: Coming off an excel- 
lent spring practice and appears 
ready to take his playing career to 
the next level this season ... He 
should see playing time at both out- 
side positions this year ... He has ex- 
tremely fast, tying with Gene Gray 
for tops among the outside lineback- 



ers in the 40 with a clocking of 4.5 
In addition to his expected use in 
plays from scrimmage this year, he 
will continue to be a key member of 
the Terps special teams. 

1992: Used exclusively on special 
teams ... Registered one special 
teams tackle each in three games - 
Georgia Tech, Penn State and Flor- 
ida State. 

1991: A redshirt year 

At North Rockland: A two-year 
football letterman and three-year let- 
terman running track ... As a junior, 
he was a running back ... Honored 
as a first team all-League and all- 
section pick ... As a track standout, 
he clocked the 40-yard dash in 
4.4/4.5 ... He was a champion in the 
110-meter hurdles and ran the 400 in 
a top time of 50.11 ... For his star 
record-breaking efforts for the track 
perfomances, he was three-year se- 
lection to the all-League, all-County 
and all-Section teams ...In the state 
championship meet, he finished as 
runnerup for the title in the hurdles. 

Personal: Born 12/8/72. While at 
North Rockland, Luis was an active 




Luis Olavarria: A special teams demon, he could make the open 
held tackle from outside linebacker in 1993. 



member in VASA (Varsity Athletes 
Against Substance Abuse) He is 
the son of Norma Olavarria 

Jim Panagos 

Nose Guard 
Sr. 6-2 250 
Islip Terrace, NY 
Major: Criminal Justice 
High School: East Islip 

At Maryland: The Terps starting 
nose guard and most experienced 
down lineman ... He is always 
around the ball and consistently 
comes up with the big defensive 
plays ... He is exceptionally quick, 
which gives him an advantage 
against offensive linemen who usu- 
ally outweigh him by a considerable 
margin ... A injury to his right knee 
last season forced him to miss much 
of spring ball, nevertheless he is ex- 
pected to be the starter this Septem- 
ber ... He will be expected to be a 
leader of the defense. 

1992: He was the team's sack and 
tackle for loss leader, with five sacks 
and 10 tackles for loss ... Made sev- 
eral huge plays over the course of 
the season ... Recovered a fumble at 
Virginia ... Had a sack and forced a 
bad pass agamst N.C. State In 
fact, he had at least one tackle for 
loss in seven consecutive games ... 
Busy day against Pittsburgh with a 
sack and a forced bad pass Two 
tackles for losses came Georgia 
Tech Earned Weekly Defensive 
Player of the Week honors for his 
Duke game, with six tackles (four 
unassisted), two tackles for loss, 
two quarterback hurries and a 
blocked field goal ... Injured his right 
knee in practice before the North 
Carolina game and was lost for sea- 
son ... In addition to his Defensive 
Player of the Week award, he was 
twice named Special Teams Player 
of the Week (versus Wake Forest 
and Duke), and was twice given the 
Hammer Award for a big hit (also 
versus Wake Forest and Duke). 

1991: Gamed valuable playing time 
at the nose guard position as the 
back-up to Ralph Orta ... Dominant 
among the Maryland down linemen 
at Wake Forest, recording three un- 
assisted tackles, a tackle for loss 
and a hurry of the Deacon QB ... Had 
four tackles in three different 
games: Duke. North Carolina and 
Clemson Had two sacks, one ver- 
sus Virginia in the season opener 
and one later versus UNC ... A 
the Tar Heels, he had two ta 
for loss for a total loss of s 
yards and forced a fumble 
extensively against West Virginia 
and Wake Forest because of injury 
to Orta. 



45 



Far- 


Statistics 








UT 


AT 


TT 


Other 







2 


2 


1FR 




3 





3 


lTL(-lO), lSK(-lO), 1FBP 




2 





2 


1TK-4), 1FBP 




3 


2 


5 


1TU-6), lSK(-6) 


put 


4 


2 


6 


1TU-8), lSK(-8), 1FBP 


GaT 


4 


2 


6 


2TU-5), 2SK (-5), 1FBP 


WF 


2 


2 


4 


2TL(-5), 1FBP 


Duke 


4 


2 


6 


2TL(-3), 2FBP 


'92 Totals 


22 


12 


34 


10TU-41), 5SKI-29), 1FR, 7FBP 


1991 


UT 


AT 


TT 


Other 


Va. 


1 





1 


1TL (-4), 1SK (-4) 


Syr 













WVa 


1 





1 




Pitt 













GaT 


1 


1 


2 




WF 


3 





3 


1TL (-2) 


Duke 


1 


3 


4 


2TL (-7), 1SK (-6), IFF 


UNC 


3 


1 


4 




PSU 


3 





3 




Clem 


3 


1 


4 




NCSU 













'91 Totals 


16 


6 


22 


4TL (-13), 2SK (-10) 


Year-by-Year Totals 






1992 


22 


12 


34 


10TM-41), 5SK(-29), 1FR, 7FBP 


1991 


16 


6 


22 


4TL(-13), 2SK(-10) 


Career 


42 


18 


60 


15TL (-56), 7SK (-39), 1FR, IFF, 7FBP 


TL = Tackle for Loss 








SK = Sack 










FF = Forced Fumble 








FR = Fumble Recovery 






FBP = Forced Bad Pass 







1990: Saw action in six games and 
recorded four unassisted tackles and 
one assisted tackle ... His best outing 
came at Michigan as he had two un- 
assisted tackles and one for no gain 
in only five plays ... Graded out at 
100% agamst the Wolverines for his 
best outing percentagewise ... Re- 
corded an unassisted tackle agamst 
Georgia Tech, had a tackle assist 
and a move of the quarterback ver- 
sus Wake Forest, a first hit against 
Perm State, and saw game action 
against North Carolina and Virginia 
... Graded out above 80% against 
Wake Forest, North Carolina and 
Penn State. 

1989: Back surgery m the fall forced 
him to redshirt. 

At East Islip: As a senior, Panagos 
earned first team all-State, All-Long 
Island, all-County and all-League 
honors ... He was an all-League and 
all-County first team selection follow- 
ing his junior year ... Helped lead 
East Islip to three consecutive league 
championships in 1986, 1987, and 
1988, compiling a three year record 
of 24-4 along the way ... Earned 
three varsity letters m football and 
was elected team captain his senior 
year ... This Honor Roll menu - was 
Vice President of the Leaders 
He can be found in the Who's Who 



Among American High School Stu- 
dents ... Jim was the recipient of the 
Citizenship Award given by East Is- 
lip High School. 

Personal: Born 3/23/71. Jim is the 
son of Tricia and Jim Panagos. His 
brother, Peter, is a West Chester Uni- 
versity football player. 

Kevin Plank 

Inside Linebacker 

Jr. 5-11 221 

Kensington, MD 

Major: Letters & Sciences 

High School: St. John's Prep 

At Maryland: A walk-on who has 
made a name for himself on the spe- 
cial teams ... Pound-for-pound he is 
one of the strongest players on the 
team, with a 355-pound bench press 
in the spring ... He also is one of the 
hardest hitters ... He is expected to 
be a leader of the special teams units 
this fall. 

1992: Listed among the special teams 
tacklers in almost every game ... 
Opened the season with two unas- 
sisted stops against Virginia ... His 
thundering stop against N.C. State 
earned him the Special Team's Ham- 
mer Award from the coaching staff ... 




MATT 




Jim Panagos: Feisty enough to claim a team-leading sack total. 



His lone tackle in a play from scrim- 
mage came against Georgia Tech ... 
He had two unassisted special 
teams stops versus Wake Forest, 
one against Duke and one against 
North Carolina. 

1991: Did not play 

At St. John's Prep: Four-sport letter- 
man, earning recognition in football, 
lacrosse (three times each), track 
(twice) and wrestling (once) ... Led 
St. John's to the Metro Conference 
Championship with a 10-1 record in 
1989 ... He was an all-conference 
pick that year and earned honorable 
mention all-Met and Ail-American by 
USA Today ... He was an all- 
conference pick in lacrosse in 1990. 

Personal: Born 8/13/72. Kevin is the 
son of Jayne Plank ... His brother, 
Stuart, was a former all-Met football 
standout at Georgetown Prep who 
went on to become a three-year 
starter at offensive tackle at Virginia 
Tech. 



Dee Reed 

Quarterback 
Fr. 6-2 205 
Dade City, FL 
Major: General Business 

Administration 
High School: Pasco Comprehensive 

At Maryland: Probably the best all- 
around athlete among the quarter- 
backs, if not the squad at large ... 
He is strong, fast and has a great 
arm - a player whose athletic abil- 
ity and knowledge of the game 
would allow him to excel at any po- 
sition ... Despite three quality play- 
ers on the depth chart at quarter- 
back, his abilities as a signal caller 
and consistent improvement in all 
areas of his game has made the 
coaches resist any ideas of moving 
him to another position ... He made 
terrific strides this spring adapting 
to the run and shoot and will only 
get more comfortable with the of- 
fense as he continues to get more 
repetitions in practice ... He is the 
strongest player at his position 
and pound-for-pound one of the 



46 



Terprofiles 



strongest on the team In the 
spring, he recorded a 485 pound 
squat, a 353-pound bench, had a 
29 5-inch vertical ]timp and ran a 4.9 
40-yard dash 

1992: A redshirt year 

At Pasco: The three-sport star was 
highly recruited Was a three-year 
letterman in football as quarterback 
and defensive back A three-year 
guard on the basketball team and 
three years playing first base for the 
baseball team Captained the foot- 
ball team his senior year He led 
the team to a 11-1 record while win- 
ning the District, Regional. Sectional 
and the Sunshine Conference State 
championship Honored as a sec- 
ond team all-State quarterback selec- 
tion ... Also named to the first team 
as all-Conference, all-District and all- 
Area #1 quarterback ... Was voted as 
Pasco's "Most Valuable Offensive 
Player" for his brilliant play which 
also included recognition on defense 
as he played situation free safety ... 
The senior all-star passed for 1.472 
yards, threw 16 touchdown passes 
as he completed 49 of 97 attempts in 
Pasco's Wing-T offense ... Dee also 
scored 8 running touchdowns ... 
Runs a 4.6 40 and bench presses 
over 300 pounds ... Voted a frequent 
"Player of the Week" by the Pasco 
News and St. Petersburg Times ... 
Maintained a B (3.0 GPA) ... The 
1991-92 basketball team, 26-3, with 
Dee at guard, won the District, Re- 
gional and Sectional championships 
... Playing baseball as first baseman 
and designated hitter, he hit for a 
.296 batting average his senior year 
... Was a conference all-Academic 
selection ... At senior class awards 
day. Dee was named the "Outstand- 
ing Senior" of the graduating class ... 
He won the Uhuru Award given for 
Academic and Athletic excellence ... 
A member of the McKnight Achiever 
Society, Pasco's Black Honor Society 
in which an honoree must maintain a 
B average to be a member. 

Personal: Bom: 5/2/74. Dee is the 
son of Freddie Mae and Frank 
Alexander 



Ed Regan 



Offensive Lineman 

Sr. 6-5 268 

Cherry Hill, NJ 

Major: History 

High School: Cherry Hill East 

At Maryland: A redshirt senior who 
will serve in a backup role at offen- 
sive guard and tackle ... Earned his 
first varsity letter last season as a 
backup offensive tackle ... Was 
moved from tackle to guard by the 
coaching staff entering the spring 
practice sessions ... Is the top reserve 
listed behind David Hack entering 
fall practice ... His senior expertise 
will be counted on to fill a role at 
both guard and tackle. 

1992: Played for the first time in the 
fourth game of the season versus 
Penn State Entered the game m 
relief of John Teter and had one cut 
block 



1991: Did not play 

1990: Did not play 

1989: A redshirt season 

At Cherry Hill East: Led Cherry Hill 
East to the 1988 Group IV New Jer- 
sey State Championship with an 11- 
record ... He was a first team se- 
lection on the all-conference and all- 
South Jersey teams that season ... 
He was a two-time letterwinner in 
football and won three letters in 
track and field ... Led the track team 
to the 1988 state title, also ... Off the 
field he was a member of the 
school's Students Against Drunk 
Driving (SADD) organization. 

Personal: Born 6/30/71. Ed is the son 
of Linda and Edward Regan. 




Ed Regan (79): A chance as a senior to raise himself even higher. 



Andy Rosewag 

Offensive Lineman 

Jr. 6-4 260 

Crownsvillc. MD 

Major: Agriculture Conservation 

High School: Old Mill 

At Maryland: A redshirt junior who 
will fill a reserve role on the offen- 
sive line this fall Enters fall drills 
battling for a spot on the depth 
chart at right offensive tackle Is 
very sharp mentally. 

1992: Did not see any game action ... 
Worked with the offensive line scout 
team primarily at guard. 

1991: Opened fall practice as the No. 
three defensive left tackle but did 
not see any game action ... Worked 
extremely hard and was a valued 
member of the scout team. 

1990: A redshirt year 

At Old Mill: A second team all- 
Metropolitan pick by the Baltimore 
Sun during his senior season ... 
Captained the football team, also his 
senior season ..A first team all- 
County selection his final year ... 
Was selected honorable mention all- 
State by the USA Today Newspaper 

Personal: Born 10/5/72. Andy is the 
son of Joyce and Tom Rosewag. 

Mike Settles 

Defensive Back 
So 6-2 200 
Temple Hills, MD 
Major: Letters & Sciences 
High School: Bishop McNamara 

At Maryland: Played well in spnng 
ball and could be a valuable sub for 
the Terps this fall ... He is one of the 
bigger backs on the squad, but hrs 
4.8 speed m the 40 gives the coach- 
ing staff some flexibility in terms of 
his position ... Saw most of his time 
this spring at safety ..He had a 
315-pound bench press in the spnng 
testing and a 31 -inch vertical jump 
... He attended Lock Haven Univer- 
sity before coming to Maryland. 

1992: Did not play 

At Bishop McNamara: Was an out- 
standing student-athlete ... He was 
a member of the National Honor So- 
ciety and listed among Who's Who 
American High School students ... 
Received numerous Student-of-the- 
Month awards. 

Personal: Bom 6/20/73. Mike is the 
son of Robert and Faye Settles. 



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ing 

Apopka 

At Maryland: A redshirt freshman 
who will serve in a backup role on 
the offensive line this fall ... Has 
worked extremely hard on his physi- 
cal stature and technique since his 
arrival in College Park ... His dedica- 
tion to the weightroom helped him 
add an incredible 20 pounds to his 
already large frame ... Worked with 
the scout team as a true freshman 
learning the run and shoot offense. 

1992: A redshirt season 

At Apopka: Was a straight A stu- 
dent ... Awarded an honors diploma 
at June graduation ... Arrives as a 
diamond-in-the-rough recruit He 
played only two years, but his im- 
provement was unbelievable ... Came 
to Apopka at 6-5, 190 and is now 6-6, 
250 ... His coach Will Carlton says he 
is still growing and could close out 
his Terrapin career at 6-8, 290, with 
no problems ... Was a second team 
all-State selction ... Named first team 
all-Central Florida ... A first team all- 
Metro (Orlando) pick ... Winner of the 
coveted "Golden Helmet Award" for 
being selected as the best offensive 
lineman in the city of Orlando ... 
Runs a 5.3 40 yard dash ... Was co- 
captain of his team his senior year, a 
selection that illustrated his leader- 
ship qualities on and off the field ... 
Brent also considered Georgia Tech 
and Michigan State ... Intends to ma- 
jor in engineering 

Personal: Born 9/26/74. Brent is the 
son of Thelma and Norman Shrode. 

Orlando Strozier 

Defensive Back 

Fr. 6-2 190 

Augusta, GA 

Major: Afro-American Studies 

High School: Hephzibah 

At Maryland: Though just a redshirt 
freshman, he is expected to be one 
of the top young players in the de- 
fensive backfield this year ... Came 
into the program as a quarterback, 
but his athletic abilities were too 
valuable to keep him off the field ... 
He is exceptionally strong ... His 520- 
pound squat in the spring was the 
best among all backs ... He had a 
excellent spring and will compete i 
a starting spot this fall. 

1992: A redshirt year 



At Hephzibah: A four-sport athlete ... 
Lettered three years as team quarter- 
back .., Won letters his junior and 
senior years as a starting guard on 
the basketball team along with track 
monograms his junior and senior 
years ... Earned a letter his senior 
year as the starting center fielder on 
the baseball team ... Captained the 
football team his junior and senior 
years ... Co-captain of the basketball 
and track teams his senior season ... 
He rushed for 1531 yards, passed for 
907 yards and combined for 29 touch- 
downs on the ground and in the air 
... Eleven of his rushing touchdowns 
went for 60 yards or more ... His 
coach, Bruce Moser noted that he 
never got caught from behind He 
runs a 4.35 40 dash ... Was first-team 
all-State as a defensive back and sec- 
ond team all-State as a quarterback 
... Was chosen the city of Augusta's 
"Most Valuable Player" ... Was a first 
team all-star selection by the Atlanta 
Journal and Constitution ... Also se- 
lected by his teammates as Hephzi- 
bah "Most Valuable Player" ... 
Named as the CSRA Player of the 
Year; Augusta Area Rotary Club 
Athlete of the Year; WBBQ Player of 
the Year ... Along with his quarter- 
back skills, could be a wide receiver 
candidate, utilizing his great hands 
and speed talents ... He chose 
Maryland over Hawaii, Louisville, 
'Ole Miss and East Carolina ... He 
played in the annual Georgia-Florida 
All-Star Game 

Personal: Born 8/24/74. Orlando is 
the son of Ida and Willie Roger 
Strozier ... A cousin, Walter Dunson, 
played football at Middle Tennessee 
State. 

lohn Teter 

Offensive Lineman 

So. 6-6 265 

College Park, MD 

Major: Aerospace Engineering 

High School: DeMatha 

At Maryland: A rapidly improving 
player who has emerged as a starter 
for the upcoming season ... Begins 
fall practice as the projected starter 
at right offensive tackle ... Has the 
size and strength to be among the 
top offensive linemen in the ACC ... 
Was highly recruited ... Lettered as a 
redshirt freshman last season. 

1992: Saw action in all 11 games and 
was the starter at right tackle in the 
fourth game against Penn State 
Led the team with three cut blocks 
versus the Nittany Lions ... Saw ex- 
tensive game action at West Virginia 
when David Dunne went down with 
a sprained ankle ... Had two cut 



blocks against the Mountaineers ... 
Big game at Duke with five cut 
blocks, again led team ... Recorded 
one cut block vs. North Carolina 
His playing time increased as the 
season went on. 

1991: A redshirt year 

At DeMatha: Was ranked third aca- 
demically in his graduating class ... 
Was ranked first following his junior 
year ... A member of the National 
Honor Society A National Merit 
semi-finalist ... A three year starting 
left tackle letterman and a two-year 
track letterman ... A first team all- 
County selection by the Prince 
George's Journal and the P.G. Senti- 
nel in football ... A second team all- 
Metropolitan selection by the Wash- 
ington Post ... Played in the annual 
"Big 33" All-Star Game which fea- 
tured the best prep players from the 
states of Maryland and Pennsylvania 
... Selected Maryland over Stanford 
and Georgia Tech. 

Personal: Born 2/5/73. John is the 
son of Beverly and William Teter ... 
Twin brother Carl will be a redshirt 
sophomore for the Stanford team this 
fall ... An older brother Ed, was a 
member of the varsity swim team at 
Maryland 

Billy Thompson 

Defensive Lineman 
Fr. 6-5 250 
Dunwoody, GA 
Major: Letters & Sciences 
High School: Dunwoody 

At Maryland: A relative newcomer 
to organized football, having played 
just one year of high school ball and 
a redshirt season at Maryland ..He 
is an excellent all-around athlete 
with good size and strength (300- 
pound bench press) ,., Worked out at 
various positions along the line in 
the fall and spring, but probably will 
find a home at tackle. 

1992: A redshirt year 

At Dunwoody: His senior year of '91 
was Thompson's first year of orga- 
nized football ... His coach, David 
Kelly knows why his late-bloomer 
was named to many all-area teams 
and attracted the attention of many 
Division I schools ... He chose 
Maryland over Wake Forest, East 
Carolina and Georgia Southern ... 
"He's originally from New Jersey 
and was a lacrosse player ... This 
was his first year of football but I 
think playing lacrosse helped his 
overall ability tremendously as a 
football player ... His family moved 



from Summit, NJ to Dunwoody dur- 
ing his junior year, but the late start 
hardly affected his football debut ... 
He graded out at 89% in 561 plays 
at offensive tackle ,., He runs a 4.9 
40 ... A first team all-County selec- 
tion and honorable mention all-State 
and all-Region pick ... Played in the 
Georgia state All-Star game ... let- 
tered two years with the track team 
in the field events ... He maintained 
over a 3.0 academic average at both 
Summit and Dunwoody high schools 
... Served as one of the editors of the 
school newspaper ... At Summit 
High School, he was a standout 
lacrosse player ... His father is a 
graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy 
where he also played lacrosse. 

Personal: Born 3/6/74. Billy is the 
son of Juoynte and Edward 
Williamson. 



Raphael Wall 

Defensive Back 
Jr. 5-11 202 
Columbia, MD 
Major: Criminal Justice 
High School: Wilde Lake 

At Maryland: A jack-of-all-trades for 
the Terps last year and during his 
career ... He has been a two-way 
player at Maryland and also is the 
team's best return man ... Came into 
the program as a much-heralded 
running back and eventually moved 
to the defensive backfield when 
Maryland found itself with several 
outstanding rushers ... After injuries 
depleted the running corps, he 
stepped in there ... This year, he is 
expected to be Terps' leader in the 
defensive backfield ... He did not 
compete in spring ball because of 
an injured shoulder, but will be 100 
percent by the start of fall practice. 

1992: Worked at safety for most of 
pre-season but moved to running 
back just before the first game ... 
Used at both positions throughout 
the year ... Finished the year as the 
team's No. 4 rusher with 129 yards 
and a 4.6 per carry average and also 
totaled double figures (16 total) in 
tackles from his safety position ... 
Had a busy day returning kickoffs at 
Penn State and playing safety ,. He 
had six returns for 136 yards and 
four tackles (three unassisted) in 
that game ... Totaled another 114 
yards on four returns in the next 
outing against Pitt ... Played at 
Super back when injuries hit that 
position Had solid outing against 
Georgia Tech as he got his 



48 



Terprofiles 



running legs, and moves back, rush- 
ing 10 times for 48 yards and return- 
ing four kickoffs for 82 more His 13 
carries for 74 yards led the team ver- 
sus Wake Forest Very capable of 
being impact runner ... Started at 
safely at Duke and totaled a career- 
high eight tackles, five unassisted ... 
Also played the position at FSU, but 
sustained a season-ending shoulder 
injury in that game 

1991: Made his debut in the eighth 
game of the yeai at North Carolina 
... The next week in Baltimore he re- 
turned a school record nine kickoffs 
for a school record 159 yards, ran for 
26 yards and a TD from the 11 -yard 
line on six carries from the line of 
scrimmage, and caught two passes 
for 30 yards against Penn State 
His 215 yards is the most all purpose 
yardage ever by a true freshman at 
Maryland ... Eclipsed the record of 
180 yards set by Mark Mason the 
year before against Virginia At 
Clemson he saw both special teams 
duty and running back time ... 
Missed finale at N.C. State with an 
injury 



At Wilde Lake: A four-year football 
letterman and three-year star on the 
track team, running dashes ... Led 
Wilde Lake to a perfect 13-0 mark 
and the state 2A championship as he 
scored the winning touchdown in 
overtime to beat Damascus. 13-7 ... 
Rushed 189 times for 2063 yards and 
31 touchdowns as a senior ... Won 
the Gatorade Player-of-the Year 
award as the top student-athlete in 
the state of Maryland Was honored 
by the Touchdown Club of 
Atlanta as they selected him to 
receive the 1991 Bobby Dodd State 
High School "Back of the Year" 
Award ... The award is named in 
honor of the late Bobby Dodd who 
earned Football Hall of Fame recogni- 
tion following his legendary coaching 
career at Georgia Tech Named the 
most valuable player in Howard 
County ... An all-County 1st team se- 
lection for three years ... Was hon- 
ored as the county "Player of the 
Year" after his senior year . An 
honorable mention All-America pick 
by USA Today ... A first team all- 
America choice by Super-Prep 




Wall's Statistics 














Offensive Stats 




Defensive Stats 




Rushing Receiving 


KO Returns 


Tackles 


1992 


Att Yds No Yds 


No 


Yds 


UT 


AT 


TT Other 


Virginia 


no stats 












NCSU 


5 7 


1 


22 








PSU 




6 


136 


3 


1 


4 


Pitt 




4 


114 


1 





1 1TL 


GaT 


10 48 1 7 


4 


82 








WF 


13 74 


1 


28 








Duke 




3 


58 


5 


3 


8 


UNC 




5 


89 








FSU 








1 


2 


3 


Clem 


no stats 












'92 Totals 


28 129 1 7 


24 


527 


10 


6 


16 1TL 




Offensive Stats 












Rushing Receiving 


KO Returns 








1991 


Att Yds No Yds 


No 


Yds 








UNC 


7 20 


4 


10 








PSU 


6 26 2 30 


9 


159 








Clem 


4 8 


2 


34 








'91 Totals 


17 54 2 30 


15 


203 








Year-by-Year Totals 














Offensive Stats 




Defensive Stats 




Rushing Receiving 


KO Returns 


Tackles 




Att Yds No Yds 


No 


Yds 


UT 


AT 


TT Other 


1992 


28 129 1 7 


24 


527 


10 


6 


16 1TL 


1991 


17 54 2 30 


15 


203 








Career 


32 106 3 37 


35 


704 


10 


6 


16 1TL 


TL = Tackle for Loss 













Raphael Wall: From safety he plays centetHelder - with enough 
speed to be a great glove man. 



Magazine Was an all-Met selec- 
tion by both the Washington Post 
and the Baltimore Sun ... Carried the 
ball for 5100 career yards and 63 ca- 
reer touchdowns ... Scored five 
touchdowns, a career high, in one 
game his senior year ... Won the 
county 55M dash in 1988, in 6.38 
time ... Captained both the 
football and track teams An honor 
student, as he held a 3.2 grade point 
average ... Chose Maryland over 
Tennessee, Rutgers and Notre Dame 

Personal: Born 4/3/73. Raphael is 
the son of Delores Bussey and 
William Wall, III. 

Al Wallace 

Outside Linebacker 
Fr. 6-4 210 
Del Ray Beach, FL 
Major: Computer Science 
High School: Spanish River 

At Maryland: A player who could 
work his way into playing time early 
on the outside ... He needs to con- 
tinue to develop his strength, but his 
first season of weight room work 
had dramatic effects ... He has re- 
tamed his speed, however, having 
run a 4.6 40 m the spring ... Coaches 
like his work ethic and expect him to 
be a major contributor on special 
teams this year. 



1992: A redshirt year 

At Spanish River: A three-year foot- 
ball letterman and two-year varsity 
letter winner on the basketball 
team, his junior and senior years ... 
Was football team captain, both jun- 
ior and senior years ... He personi- 
fies the type of athlete Coach Duf- 
fner and staff msist upon ... Was a 
starter on the football team junior 
and senior years ... He played as a 
running back his junior season and 
gained 500 yards ... As a senior, he 
was moved to wide receiver, catch- 
ing 31 passes for 571 yards and 5 
touchdowns ... Also played on the 
other side of the ball as an outside 
linebacker ... Was named first team 
all-Broward County as a receiver 
and linebacker his senior year ... His 
31 receptions ranked second most in 
the county ... Selected to and played 
m the annual Florida North-South 
All-Star Game ... An excellent stu- 
dent, carrying a 2.5 GPA into the 
spring term ... Scored very high on 
his SAT test ... Plans to enter the 
School of Engineering ... His father 
is an Electrical Engineer ... Visited 
Louisville. Temple. Kansas and 
Carolina. 

Personal: Bom 3/25/74. Al is the 
son of Gina Sweeting and Andrew 
Wallace. 



49 



:"hi;" 



215 
ilistown, MD 
: Letters & Sciences 
High Schooi: Randallstown 

At Maryland: A big, strong, punish- 
ing back ... He was a key member of 
the Terps rushing attack last season 
before suffenng a season-ending 
knee injury against Pittsburgh, the 
season's fifth game ... He has the 
speed to make the comer, and the 
strength to bully mside and he will 
be a featured member of the Terps 
heralded backfield this season ... As 
testimony to his physical toughness, 
consider that on 1 1 carries last year 
he never once lost yardage. 

1992: Played for first time at West 
Virginia and caught two passes ... 
Also ran back his only punt of the 
year for 10 yards in that game ... Ran 
for the first time from scrimmage at 
Perm State as a Super back, and fin- 
ished that game with 31 yards ... He 
was having a great game versus Pitt 
in place of an mjured Mason before 
suffering an injury himself ... He 
rushed seven times for 44 yards and 
his only career TD in that game ... 
His injured right knee kept him out 
of the rest of the season ... Ironically, 
he was injured on his longest run 
from scrimmage in that game, a 12- 
yard second quarter jaunt ... He fin- 
ished the year with 75 rushing yards 
on 11 carries, a running back-high 
6.8 yards a carry. 

1991: Tied for third in rushing yards 
with 195 and caught five passes for 
48 yards on the year ... Recorded 312 
all-purpose yards ... Became the first 
true freshman to play for the Terps 
when he returned a kickoff 30 yards 
m West Virginia game ... Had nine 
KORs for 69 yards on season ... At 
Pittsburgh, he was inserted with 
five minutes left in the first half and 
team down, 14-7 ... Ran for 20 yards 
on first three plays of the drive that 
ended with Terps tying the game at 
14-14 before the half ... Expanded 
playing time at Wake Forest as Mark 
Mason's injury forced use of more 
running backs; had season's long 
reception of 20 yards against Deacs 
... Gained even more playing time 



against Duke ... Led rushers at North 
Carolina with 33 yards ... Averaged 
5.0 yards against Penn State. 

At Randallstown: Had the unusual 
prep distinction of starring as a four- 
year letterman in three sports - 
football, baseball and basketball ... 
Captained the football team his 
senior year ... The most highly re- 
cruited football player in the state of 
Maryland in a number of years ... The 
prize catch for the Terps ran for what 
is believed to be a state record 2275 
yards and 36 touchdowns in leading 
Randallstown to a perfect 13-0 record 
and the State Class 4A title in 1990 ... 
He averaged 10.0 yards a carry his 
final season ... Scored a career 82 to- 
tal touchdowns ... A first team all- 
State selection and the Maryland 
State Player of the Year as selected 
by the Associated Press ... Accorded 
the same honor his 
senior year by the Baltimore Morning 
and Evening Sun ... Was USA Today's 
state of Maryland Player of the Year 
... Was all-Metro and all-County his 
last three seasons, '88, '89, and '90 ... 
Also a baseball all-County pick his 
final three years ... Considered by the 
national scouting services as one of 
the top 10 running back prospects in 
the nation ... His addition to the re- 
cruiting class gave Maryland one of 
the top recruiting classes in the na- 
tion ... Playing safety on defense, he 
returned three interceptions for 
touchdowns ... Larry chose Maryland 
over Tennessee, Clemson, Michigan 
and Georgia Tech. 

Personal: Born 3/12/72. Larry's 
mother is Grace Price. 

Russ Weaver 

Inside Receiver 
Jr. 6-3 215 
Monroeville, PA 
Major: Finance 
High School: Gateway 

At Maryland: A junior walk-on who 
has worked his way to the top of the 
depth chart at inside receiver ... Is a 
hard working, consistent receiver 
who has probably the best hands of 
any receiver on the team ... Consid- 
ered a big possession receiver by the 
coaching staff who will play a great 



Washington's Statistics 








Rushing 




Receiving 


Game Att 


Yds LG 


TD 


Rec Yds 


WVa 








2 14 


PSU 4 


31 19 








Pitt 7 


44 12 


1 





'92 Totals 11 


75 19 


1 


2 14 


Career 62 


270 


1 


7 72 




Russ Weaver: With graduation he ascends as a big target to a slot 
receivership. 



Weaver's 


Statistics 








1992 


Rec 


Yds 


TD 


LG 


PSU 


1 


4 





4 


UNC 


1 


6 





6 


FSU 


2 


52 





29 


'92 Totals 


4 


62 





29 



number of important downs this sea- 
son ... Joined the team during the 
summer of 1991 after transferring 
from John Carroll University in Ohio. 

1992: A regular back-up in the re- 
ceiving rotation, he saw action in 
nine games ... Excelled against 
Florida State where he caught two 
passes for a career best 60 yards ... 
Longest reception of the season 
came versus the Seminoles, 29 yards 
... Caught one pass against Penn 
State and North Carolina Caught 
four passes for 60 yards, a 15.0 
average which was good for second 
best on the team. 

At Gateway: Earned academic 
honors as he made the Honor Roll 
during both his junior and senior 
years ... A four-sport star who 
earned varsity letters in football, 
basketball, soccer and volleyball ... 
Earned a total of 1 1 varsity letters 



during his prep career ... Won four 
monograms in soccer, three in bas- 
ketball and two each in football and 
volleyball ... Much decorated as a 
football kicker and wide receiver ... 
Selected to the Pittsburgh Post Ga- 
zette East Fabulous 22 Team as a 
receiver in 1990 ... Chosen by the 
Pittsburgh Press to the all-East 1st 
team in 1990 also as a receiver ... 
Captained the basketball team two 
years, the volleyball team two years 
and the soccer team one year ... Was 
a 1990 all-Section pick in basketball 
... As a soccer player, he was chosen 
AU-WPIAL in 1990 and all-Section in 
1988, 89 and 90. 

Personal: Born 9/19/72. Russ is the 
son of Lois and Raymond Weaver 
His father played football at Holy 
Cross, a sister played basketball at 
John Carroll and a brother plays soc- 
cer at Lafayette College. 



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70 Shrode, Brent 
Apopka, Fla. 



OT 35 Simmons, Jonathan DB 80 Simpson, Tyrone OLB 51 Sisler, John OLB 7 Strozier, Orlando DB 

Miami, Fla. Wilmington, N.C. East Brunswick, N.J. Augusta, Ga. 





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73 Stump, James OL 31 Sturdivant, Mark OLB 76 Teter, John OT 75 Thompson, Billy DT 29 Wall, Raphael DB 

Finksburg, Md. Silver Spring, Md. College Park, Md. Dunwoody, Ga. Columbia, Md. 




56 Wallace, Al OLB 32 Washington, Larry SUB 86 Weaver, Russ 

Del Ray Beach, Fla. Randallstown, Md. Monroeville, Pa. 



ISR 55 Webster, Jahmal ILB 26 Wiestling, Chad OLB 
North Braddock, Pa. Greencastle, Pa. 



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34 Williams, Kameron SU-B 15 Williams, Walt ISR 16 Winn, Jason 
Garnerville, NY. Miami, Fla. Tallahassee, Fla. 



K 48 Wood, Erick 
Medford, N.J. 



ILB 84 Woodeshick. Kevin OLE 
Berwick, Pa. 



51 




' ;er 
;>03 

Idock, PA 
Kinesiological Science 
High School: Woodland Hills 

At Maryland: Moved up the depth 
chart in the spring ... He has always 
been a player with vast potential and 
he began to realize that ability this 
spring ... Enters fall practice as the 
No. 2 left inside linebacker behind 
Tim Brown ... He is expected to see 
plenty of game action, both on plays 
from scrimmage and on special 
teams 

1992: Special teams performer who 
had an unassisted tackle versus Flor- 
ida State and assisted stops against 
Wake Forest and Duke. 

1991: Did not play 

1990: A redshirt year 

At Woodland Hills: Was an honor- 
able mention all-State pick as 
selected by the Associated Press as 
a senior ... Led Woodland Hills in 
tackles during his senior season ... 
Also had three fumble recoveries ... 
An all-Conference selection for two 
years ... Runs 4.7 40-yard dash and 
bench presses 350 pounds ... Had a 
3.0 GPA 

Personal: Born 2/15/72. Jahmal is 
the son of Vicki Morton and Greg 
Webster. 



Kameron Williams 

Super Back 
Jr. 5-8 183 
Gamerville, NY 
Major: Criminal Justice 
High School: North Rockland 

At Maryland: Returns this year after 
sitting out all last season with a 
painful bone injury to his torso ... He 
transferred to Maryland in the fall of 
1991 and made an immediate impact 
on the coaching staff with eye- 
popping runs as a member of that 
fall's scout team ... He was heading 
mto the 1992 season battling Mark 
Mason for the starting Super back 
spot before his injury was diagnosed 
... The injury forced him to withdraw 
from school and undergo a painful 
rehabilitation process at home in 
New York ... He was granted an ex- 
tra year of eligibility by the NCAA 
because of his medical condition. 

1992: Medical redshirt year 

1991: Sat out under NCAA transfer 
guidelines. 



At Cincinnati: Played as a true fresh- 
man ... Was chosen to the Sporting 
News "Top 25" best running backs 
in the nation .. Played sparingly as a 
sophomore missing the best part of 
the year because of 
injuries. 

At North Rockland: A three-year 
letterman as a tailback ... Captained 
the team his senior season ... Started 
at tailback all three years Rushed 
for 1763 yards his senior season, 
scored 31 touchdowns - 28 rushing 
and 3 by pass receptions ... His pass 
receptions gained over 500 yards ... 
His best career game was against 
arch-rival Suffem High School, rush- 
ing for career and school high of 325 
yards and 5 touchdowns ... All three 
years, Rockland played in the city 
championship game (The Top Bowl 
Game) and won all years ... Was a 
first team all-State, all-Section and 
all-County selection ... Was a tn-state 
Junior Heisma*n Trophy nominee. 

Personal: Born 2/4/71 Kameron is 
the son of Maria Williams. 

Walt Williams 

Inside Receiver 

Fr. 6-0 170 

Miami, FL 

Major: Criminal Justice 

High School: Killian Senior 

At Maryland: Among the tallest re- 
ceivers on the Maryland team En- 
ters the season listed second on the 
depth chart behind another redshirt 
freshman, Andrew Carter First 
class quickness ,.. Gained experience 
with the Terp scout team in 1992 
A quick learner who will be one of 
several young receivers battling for 
playing time at the receiver position 
... One of the most knowledgeable 
receivers on the team. 

1992: A redshirt season 

At Killian Senior: A two-year football 
letterman and an all-star member of 
the track team as a hurdler ... Cap- 
tained the track team ... Ranked as 
the second fastest hurdler in Florida 
in 1992 ... Also won a 110-meter hur- 
dle event in the record breaking time 
of 13.98 seconds ... Closed out his 
brilliant career as the 5th ranked 
high school hurdlei in the nation ... 
The first ranked hurdler in Florida 
was the #1 ranked hurdler in the 
country An avid fan of foimer Ter- 
rapin all-American hurdler and Olym- 
pian Renaldo "Skeets" Nehemiah ... 
In the '91 football season, he caught 
11 passes in an option oriented of- 
fense, but had phenomenal 26.2 yard 
average per reception ... Was an 
honorable-mention all-Dade county 
selection ... Walt was the recipient of 



the Welden Mcintosh Memorial 
Scholarship Award in recognition of 
athletic achievements and excep- 
tional character ... A member of the 
Future Business Leaders of America 
Society . . . Plans to continue his hur- 
dle career as a member of Coach Bill 
Goodman's Terp track team. 

Personal: Born 6/29/74. Walt is the 
son of Ellen and Walter Williams, Jr. 

lason Winn 

Kicker 

Fr. 5-11 175 

Tallahassee, FL 

Major: Government & Politics 

High School: Leon 

At Maryland: Expected to compete 
with newcomer Lonny Calicchio for 
the kicking and punting duties ... 
Used his first year in the program to 
gain strength in his leg ... He will be 
given a long look at punter this fall 
after handling those duties during 
spring practice. 

1992: A redshirt year 



At Leon: One of Leon's top four-year 
scholars ... Rewarded for his aca- 
demic achievements as a yearly 
member of the "A-B" Honor Roll ... 
Lettered as the team placekicker 
and punter ... Captained the football 
team his senior year, '91 ... A three- 
year soccer player and captained the 
team his junior year ... Kicked eight 
of 10 field goals his senior year, long 
of 52 Was a perfect 32 of 32 extra 
points in his senior season ... Had a 
41.2 punting average in '91 ... the 
team's 8-2 record earned them the 
City Championship ... Soccer team 
finished third in the state ... 
Awarded the honor of being 
selected for the prestigious "All-Big 
Bend Kickei" Trophy ... He won the 
award which reaches out to 31 high 
schools ... The award encompasses 
the entire Florida Panhandle Region 
... His athletic, academic and student 
activity accomplishments earned 
him the honor of being named to 
"Who's Who Among American High 
School Students" ... Was a member 
of the Student Government 




Erick Wood: In the spring game against the alumni, he was the 
most active tackier. 



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Wood's Statistics 








1992 UT 


AT 


TT 


Other 


Va. 4 


1 


5 




NCSU 










WVa 1 


5 


6 


lSK(-l), 1TL(-1) 


PSU 1 





1 




Pitt 4 





4 




GaT 3 


1 


4 


IFF 


WF 3 


3 


6 




Duke 2 


1 


3 




UNC 4 


2 


6 




FSU 


3 


3 




Clem 3 


1 


4 




'92 Totals 25 


17 


42 


lSK(-l), lTL(-l), IFF 


SK Sack 








TL Tackle for Loss 








FF - Forced Fumble 









Association and El Cid of the Span- 
ish Club Was voted the best 
dressed senior by his classmates ... 
Was Florida Stock Market Game Cap- 
tain, coming in third in the state ... 
Completed the 1992 Commodity 
Challenge Program. 

Personal: Born 6/13/74. Jason is the 
son of Judy and Stephen Winn. 

Erick Wood 

Inside Linebacker 
Jr. 6-1 222 
Medford. NJ 
Major: Criminal Justice 
High School: Shawnee 

At Maryland: Had an excellent 
spring seemg plenty of repetitions 
because of the injury to Chad 
Wiestling He finished the spring 
as the No. 2 inside linebacker behind 
Wiestling and is expected to see 
plenty of action this fall .. He is 
strong (325-pound bench) and quick 
(4.8 in the 40) ... He is one of the sur- 
est tacklers on the team ..He excels 
in the classroom as well ... His GPA 
this past spring was a 3 46 and his 
cumulative college grade pomt 
average is 3.00. 

1992: Back-up in the middle behind 
starters Mike Jarmolowich and Dave 
Marrone ... He was the seventh on 
the team m tackles with 42, 25 unas- 
sisted . . He had five tackles, includ- 
ing a touchdown-saving stop, in the 
season opener against Virginia 
Strong game came at West Virginia, 
with six tackles and a sack ... He had 
four unassisted stops against Pitts- 
burgh .. Came up with great outing 
against Wake Forest with six stops. 

1991: Played m eight games, mainly 
with the special teams unit ... Re- 
corded four tackles, three unassisted 
... His best game came against Perm 
State, when he totaled two solo 
stops on special teams and added 
another in a bnef stmt at linebacker. 



1990: A redshirt year 

At Shawnee: Was a three-year 
starter for Shawnee ... Led the team 
in tackles with 78 and in unassisted 
tackles with 35 his senior season ... 
An all-Conference selection as a jun- 
ior and senior ... First team All-South 
Jersey, Burlington County. Liberty 
Division, and Group IV as a senior ... 
Was second team All-South Jersey 
and Burlington County as a junior, 
while earning first team Liberty 
Division at fullback ... Played at 
Shawnee with Geoff Smith, a defen- 
sive tackle at Duke, and Eric Counts, 
a defensive tackle at N.C. State ... 
During his prep career, he also let- 
tered in baseball and track & field. 

Personal: Born 1/12/72. Enck is the 
son of Lois and Charles Wood ... His 
father currently is the football coach 
at Cherry Hill East (NJ) High School, 
after a distinguished playing career 
at North Carolina and then profes- 
sionally with the Atlanta Falcons and 
New Orleans Saints ... Enck's 
brother, Chris, played football at 
Trenton State College. 

Kevin Woodeshick 

Outside Linebacker 
Jr. 6-3 225 
Berwick, PA 

Major: Computer Science 
High School: Berwick 

At Maryland: Moved this spring to 
defense and excelled at the strong- 
side linebacker position ... He had 
previously been used as a slot 
receiver ... Finished the spring No. 2 
on the depth chart behind Jaime 
Flores ... Coaches expect to rotate 
several players on the outside, so he 
is expected to see plenty of action ... 
He also will continue to be a vital 
member of the Terps' special teams 
units. 



1992: Did not play 

1991: Played H-Back behind Frank 
Wycheck and Chad Wiestling ... 
Caught first pass of career against 
West Virginia: it went for seven 
yards ... Also returned a kickoff in 
same game for nine yards. 

1990: A redshirt year 

At Berwick: A first-team all-State 
tight end selection by the Associated 
Press ... Caught 45 passes his senior 
season with 12 going for 
touchdowns In addition he had 



45 tackles and three sacks Led 
Berwick to a 14-1 record and a No. 
five State ranking in 1989 ... Berwick 
advanced to the Class 3A State Fi- 
nals where it lost for the only blem- 
ish on its schedule ... Maintained a 
4.0 grade point average throughout 
high school and was president of his 
senior class. 

Personal: Born 4/24/72. Kevin is the 
son of Susan and Herb Woodeshick. 




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. 

nan 
365 
iq, MD 
School: Arundel 

At Arundel: Chose Maryland as the 
States' most highly recruited prep 
star ... a towering lineman rated 
among the best in the East ... They 
project him to be a great offensive or 
defensive tackle ... He will get his 
first look on the defensive side of the 
line this fall ... Runs a 4.9/40 ... Had 
48 tackles and seven sacks his senior 
year, leading him to earn all-County, 
all-Metro and all-State honors his 
junior and senior years ... A starter at 
defensive tackle his final two sea- 
sons ... Captained the team his se- 
nior year ... A standout basketball 
player, also ... One of the States' top 
rebounders A second team all- 
County pick ... Abrams attracted a lot 
of Division I attention, with Syracuse, 
Rutgers, Clemson, and NC State 
among the schools he chose from. 

Personal: Born 5/7/74. Richard is 
the son of Betty and Albert Abrams. 

Jason Brown 

Linebacker 

Fr. 6-2 222 

White Springs, Fla. 

High School: Hamilton County 

At Hamilton County: Was an all- 
state selection last year and led 
Hamilton County of Jasper, Fla. to a 
9-2 record ... The team was chosen 
for the post-season Beach Bowl n 
all-star game ... Following his junior 
year, they took a 10-1 season mark 
after winning the annual Rotary 
Bowl ... Following his all-star senior 
season, he was selected as the 
"Defensive Player of the Year" by 
the Flonda Athletic Coaches Associa- 
tion ... A three year lettermen m foot- 
ball and weight lifting. He qualified 
for the state championships in 
weight-lifting his last three years ... 
Captained both teams his senior year 
... He took first place in the Science 
Fair in 1990 and second place last 
year ... He also was a member of the 
school's academic honor roll. 

Personal: Born 11/21/74. Jason is 
the son of Shirley Marshall and 
James Brown. 



Lonny Calicchio 

Punter/Kicker 
Jr. 6-3 200 
Plantation, FL 

High School: South Plantation 
Junior College: Northwest 
Mississippi 

At Northwest Mississippi: Was the 
most sought after punter/kicker in 
the nation ... Following his brilliant 
season last year, he was selected as 
the National Junior College "Special 
Teams Player of the Year" ... For the 
second year in a row, he was a first 
team all-America choice along with 
first team all-State and all-Region 
honors.. Was high scorer m the na- 
tion, kicking 55 PATs and 12 FGs, a 
total of 91 points ... Punted 46 times 
with a 40.0 average and maintained 
between 4.6 and 5.0 seconds hang 
time ... The team went undefeated 
with a 13-0 record, including the Na- 
tional Championship game, and were 
ranked #1 in the nation ... Won the 
state, regional and then the national 
championship as they played North- 
east Oklahoma for the second year in 
a row in the Mid-American Bowl at 
Tulsa, OK ... They won a shutout Na- 
tional Championship, 34-0. In '91, the 
NWCC team had 1 1 wins and a tie 
and # 2 ranking with state and re- 
gional titles ... Lost to NE Oklahoma 
for the national title in their Mid- 
Amenca bowl Achieved all-America 
honors and was a first team all-state 
and all-region selection Kicked 45 
PAT's and 3 FG's for 45 points ... 
Punted 52 times, for a 41.9 average. 

At South Plantation: His senior 
year, he played both ways as starting 
tight end and linebacker while han- 
dling the punting and kicking duties 
... Broke his own record at Booth 
Lustig kicking school with a 67-yard 
FG ... He had set the Lustig record 
his junior year with 65-yard effort ... 
A first team all-county, all-region, 
and all- state selection. 

Personal: Bom 10/24/72. Lonny is 
the son of Lillian and Alfred 
Calicchio. 



Terrance Carter 

Defensive Back 

Fr. 6-0 190 

Miami, FL 

High School: Southridge 

At Southridge: Could be the gem 
of the class at this position ... Was 
the 13th. ranked prospect in the 
football rich Dade County ... Team 
captain his senior year ...A three- 
year starter in the secondary ... Was 
a 2nd team all-State selection and a 
1st. team all-Dade County choice ... 
Selected to play in this summer's 
Florida-Georgia all-star game ... Has 
4.5/40 speed ... The Terps had hoped 
to tap Florida's rich pipeline this re- 
cruiting year and Carter could be a 
player of the caliber they were after 
this year, after having success in 
that state a year ago, ... Chose Mary- 
land over, among others, Tennessee, 
Clemson and West Virginia ... Also a 
basketball letterman ... Was given 
the Mr Assist and Mr Defense 
Award in '91 while earning honor- 
able mention all-star recognition ... 
Captained the team last year. 

Personal: Born 6/2/75 Terrance is 
the son of Gloria Wnght and Lee 
Carter. 

Brian Cummings 

Quarterback 
Fr. 6-0 185 
Eastchester, NY 
High School: Iona Prep 

At Iona Prep: A four-year honor roll 
student and a member of the Na- 
tional Honor Society (Spanish) A 
two-year football and three-year 
baseball lettermen, captaining both 
teams his senior season ... In leading 
his team to a 7-3 record, he set four 
school records: most passing 
attempts, 410: most completions, 
210; most yards, 3100; and most 
TDs, 37. He had but 11 interceptions 
... Also rushed for 600 yards ... Was 
New York first team all-state QB se- 
lection ... A two year all-League and 
all-County pick ... Gannet Newspa- 
per player of the week 10 times and 
their '92 "Player of the Year" ... Was 
New York Daily News first team QB 
... Won the Tri- State high school He- 
lsman Award ... A three year start- 
ing pitcher and played outfield 
Team MVP in '91 and '92 ... Had an 
88 MPH fastball and finished senior 
year with 1.5 ERA ... Batted .472 last 
year and was heavily scouted by 
pros. 

Personal: Bom 9/30/75. Brian is the 
son of Patricia and Gerard 
Cummings. 



Barryl Gilliam 

Defensive Lineman 
Fr. 6-6 300 
Washington, DC 
High School: St. John's 

At St. John's: A four-year football 
letterman and three years, basket- 
ball ... Was a starting defensive 
tackle last three years ... Captained 
the team his senior year ...A two 
time first team all-Metro selection by 
the Washington Post ... He was the 
only repeat all-Metro pick for his '92 
senior season ... A Street & Smith 
and Tom Lemming's Super Prep all- 
America choice ... A first team all- 
Metro selection by DCs Pigskin 
Club ... As a junior, he was named 
to the honorable mention all- 
American eleven by USA Today 
Team was city title runnerup his 
junior year ... The basketball team 
advanced to the city title consolation 
games sophomore and junior years 
..He earned all-tournament team 
selection ... Elected to Who's Who in 
Sports and a member of the BSA 
club ... Active in various church or- 
ganizations. 

Personal: Bom 2/17/75. Darryl is 
the son of Dorothy Gilliam 

Lamont Gore 

Defensive Back 
Fr. 6-2 195 
Lorton, Va 

High School: DeMatha 
Hargrave Military Academy 

At DeMatha: A DeMatha standout 
running back/defensive back who 
prepped a season at Hargrave Mili- 
tary Academy in Virginia last year ... 
Two seasons ago with the Stags, 
Gore rushed for over 1,000 yards ... 
Starter his junior and senior year ... 
Captained the '91 team, 9-2 record, 
and was selected as team MVP ... 
An all-county and all-Metro first 
team pick ... A Blue-Chip Prep 
Sports Top 16 honor ... Also, a two- 
year basketball letterman ... Team 
won the '91 city title and ranked 
6th. in the nation. 

At Hargrave: He was used in lim- 
ited fashion at running back, rush- 
ing for 220 yards on 50 carries and 
scoring three touchdowns ... On de- 
fense, he had 17 solo tackles and 
split time at free safety ... He picked 
the Terps over Georgia Tech and 
Virginia. 

Personal: Born 10/29/73 Lamont is 
the son of Pamalyn Gore 



54 



Terprospects 



Rhett Hesprich 

Linebacker 

Fr. 61 225 

Snellville, GA 

High School: Brookwood 

At Brookwood: A three-year foot- 
ball and four-year track letterman ... 
Was selected as the Gwinnett 
County "Player of the Year" ... 
Gwinnett is one of the five major 
counties that make up Metro Atlanta 
... Atlanta TD Club Player of Week 
Selection three times ... First team 
all-County pick ... Honorable mention 
all-state choice. Atlanta's WX1A- TVs 
Scholar-Athlete selection ... Named a 
member of the all-South academic 
honor roll ... Received the Coca-Cola 
award for athletic and academic ex- 
cellence ... Selected to play in this 
summer's Georgia all-star game ... 
On the track team, he was the '92 
county discus champion and this 
spring took the region discus title ... 
The team was Gwinnett County 
champions in '91 and' 92 and region 
champions in '91. 

Personal: Born 12/9/74. Rhett is the 
son of Linda and Rick Hesprich. 

Johnnie Hicks, Jr. 

Defensive Lineman 

Fr. 6-3 260 

Harrisburg, PA 

High School. Susquehanna 

At Susquehanna: Another first- 
team all-state performer from Penn- 
sylvania to join the Terps Recruit- 
ing expert Tom Lemming rated him 
among the nation's top 25 defensive 
linemen In leading Susquehanna 
Twp.. last year, he registered 138 
tackles. 1 1 sacks and forced five fum- 
bles ... Has 4.75/40 speed and excels 
in quickness for his size ... The four- 
year starter playing offensive and 
defensive tackle, captained the team 
his senior year ... Was a first team 
all-Mid-Penn League pick playing de- 
fensive tackle three years and a first 
team all-League selection two years 
in a row playing as an offensive 
guard ... Was named as the team 
"Defensive Player of the Year" and 
also won the same honor as the Mid- 
Penn Defensive Player of the Year ... 
He was a first team choice two years 
by the Hamsburg Patnot-News ... 
Honorable Mention all-Amencan by 
USA Today ... A Super PTep top pick 
of the best 100 in the nation two 
years m a row ... Selected to play m 
the Pennsylvania East West All-Star 
game this summer ... He also was an 
outstanding heavyweight wrestler ... 



Bench presses 300 pounds ... Was a 
high priority for Penn State before 
selecting Maryland early on ... 
Looked at Virginia also. 

Personal: Born 8/31/74 Johnnie is 
the son of Josephine and Johnnie 
Hicks, Sr. 

Mancel Johnson 

Wide Receiver 

Fr 6-2 185 

Lanham, Md 

High School: Eleanor Roosevelt 

At Eleanor Roosevelt: A two-sport 
letterman, two football and four track 
... Captained both teams his senior 
year ... Runs a 4.3/40 and has a 36- 
mch vertical leap. Played wide re- 
ceiver, defensive back, and returned 
punts and kickoffs.. Combined for 
more than 1,000 yards rushing and 
receiving .. Caught 39 passes for 
over 600 yards and six touchdowns ... 
Had over 800 yards rushing and run- 
ning back punts/kicks and an addi- 
tional five TDs Was honored when 
teammates voted him the Most Valu- 
able Player for last year ... Played in 
the 1st Chesapeake Classic game 
this summer in Byrd on the Maryland 
All-Stars as they played the Northern 
Virginia All- Stars ... A first team PG 
county pick along with first team all- 
Conference 4A Prince George county 
... Washington Post honorable men- 
tion all-Met ... On the track team, he 
placed first in the 55-yard dash, 4A 
regionals; second, 300-yard dash 
4A's; member of the 4x200 relay 
state champions; and second in the 
state 4A 55-yard dash ... Selected as 
the Most Valuable Athlete m the in- 
door season ... Member of the state 
record breaking 4x100 relay, '91 and 
92 and the relay team that placed 
second m the 4x1000 m the '92 Penn 
relays. .Team won the indoor and 
outdoor state championships in '91 ... 
Considered North Carolina State, 
Tennessee, and Syracuse. 

Personal: Bom 11/26/75. Mancel is 
the son of Barbara and Ernest 
Johnson. 



Chaney Milner 

Running Back 
Fr. 6-1 220 
Washington, DC 
High School: Episcopal 

At Episcopal: A three-sport letter- 
man: football, basketball and track ... 
Was the starting running back all 
four years until sidelined by injury 
last year ... Was a pre-season top 
250 national prospect before tearing 
up his knee and missing all but 
three games ... Has 4.4/40 speed and 
could be the real steal of this class ... 
A horde of big-time schools were 
after him before the injury ... His 
knee was operated on by and given 
a clean bill of health by Washington 
Redskin team surgeon Dr. Charles 
Jackson ... As a junior, he rushed for 
650 yards and 1 1 touchdowns to 
lead the team to a 9-0 mark ... The 
team also had a 9-0 record last sea- 
son ... He had a career of over 2.000 
rushing yards and 27 touchdowns ... 
The '92 team won the Interstate 
Athletic Conference title and ranked 
#3 by the Washington Post He 
was a '91 and '92 Blue Chip all- 
Conference and all-America selection 
... lettered three years as a star bas- 
ketball player and an all-Metro pick 
... Set the school and conference 
records in the 100-meters ... Penn 
State, Syracuse, Clemson and Vir- 
ginia were after him before the in- 
jury ... The Terps prevailed and as 
his coach Mark Gowin said, "I think 
Maryland got a real steal." ,.. An 
outstanding student at this demand- 
ing prep school. 

Personal: Bom 7/3/74. Chaney is 
the son of Delores McCoy and 
Raymond Milner. Sr. 



Mark Motley 



Offensive Lineman 

Jr. 6-7 315 

Moultrie, GA 

High School: Moultrie 

Junior College: Georgia Military 

At Moultrie: A three-year letterman 
in football and basketball ... Starting 
offensive tackle his senior year ... 
Captained the team ... Was a Quad-A 
first team all-Region choice his 
semor year ... A three year starter at 
center on the basketball team ... Was 
the team MVP his senior year while 
earning all-Region honors. 

At Georgia Military JC: Starting 
offensive tackle both years ... Cap- 
tained the '92 team ... Selected to 
the JC all-Amenca honorable men- 
tion offensive tackle top rankings ... 



He chose Maryland over Georgia 
Tech. East Carolina and Florida ... 
Was recruited by Ohio State out of 
high school two years ago ... With 
his 6-7 and 315-pound structure, 
Coach Duffner said, "He's affection- 
ately called the Washington Monu- 
ment around here." 

Personal: Born 6/15/73. Mark is the 
son of Rosie and Willie Motley. 

Keno Shawell 

Running Back/Defensive Back 
Fr. 5-10 200 
Pottstown, PA 
High School: Glen Mills 

At Glen Mills: One of this year's 
most sought after and highly 
regarded recruits and a top prospect 
for the future ... A four-year football 
letterman, playmg on both sides of 
the ball, tailback and defensive back 

Excelled the past two seasons 
playmg both ways during which the 
Bulls went 18-2, with losses only to 
#1 nationally ranked Berwick (PA) 
and Valdosta (GA) ... As a junior in 
'91 he played tailback ... He rushed 
for 899 yards and scored 1 1 touch- 
downs . Last year. Coach Joe Fer- 
rainola needed help in the second- 
ary following an early season loss to 
one of his starters, so the talented 
Shawell moved there ... He recorded 
34 solo tackles. 17 assists, 4 pass 
breakups and one mterception ,., For 
his outstanding play, he was a first- 
team all-State defensive back selec- 
tion by the PA Associated Press se- 
lection board ... He also was named 
to the first team all-Delaware Valley 
team ... (Tn-State - Pennsylvania, 
New Jersey and Delaware) ... A top 
250 national prospect according to 
recruiting expert Tom Lemming as 
he was a Super Prep all-America 
pick ... A three-year letterman as a 
sprinter for the track team ... With 
his 4.4/40 speed, Keno helped lead 
the team to the PA state's 4 x 100 
relay championship the past two 
years ... He earned a 3.7 GPA at 
Glen Mills ... One week after he had 
visited Wisconsm, he made the tnp 
to College Park ... The weekend visit 
was so total that he made his early 
oral commitment to Maryland ... He 
canceled his scheduled visits to 
Michigan State and Virginia. 

Personal: Bom 5/22/74. Keno is 
the son of Margaret and Thoma? 
Dabney. 



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285 
,d, NY 

h . Curtis 

At Curtis: Graduated in the top- 
quarter academic ranking of the se- 
nior class ... Lettered all four years ... 
A first team all-State selection as 
well as first team all New York City 
... Honored as a selection to the all- 
America all-star picks by Tom Lem- 
mings and Al Fugazzi ... Took all-city 
honors and won the teams' outstand- 
ing lineman award ... As a senior all- 
star, he was given the prestigious Al 
Fabbin award ... His father, Peter, 
attended Wagner College and was a 
member of the baseball team. 

Personal: Bom 9/18/75. Pete is the 
son of Linda and Peter Sotrentino. 

Jermaine Stewart 

Wide Receiver 
Fr. 5-11 180 
Jersey City, NJ 
High School: Marist 

At Marist: A two-sport all-star, let- 
tering four years m football and the 
anchor of the track team as a 
sprinter ... Played both ways as a 
running back and defensive back 
Started as top ball carrier his junior 
and senior years and captained the 
football team last season leading the 
team to an 8-1-1 record and the 
American Conference championship 
and team of the year selection ... 
Last year, he rushed for 1,734 yards, 
8.8 yards per carry, scored 19 touch- 
downs and totaled 126 points ... 
From the secondary, he had 42 tack- 
les and five mterceptions ... Finished 
his career at Marist with 16 intercep- 
tions ... His junior year, '91, he was 
an all-Conference and all-County first 
team selection on offense and de- 
fense ... He repeated this unusual 
recognition last year as first team 
picks by both ... Along with his first 
team all-New Jersey selection he 
was awarded the accolades of being 
named the state's '92 Back of the 
Year and Player of the Year ... He 
also was a member of the "Dream 
Team" ... He received the coveted 
Nat Gordon Award given to the 
player chosen as the Outstanding 
Player of the County ... Selected for 
the North-South all-:tar classic ... As 
a track star,, he clocks the 40 in 4.4 
... He was the '92 55-meter Parochial 
School state champion; Also took the 
state long jump title ... Has run a 



10 9/100 meters ... He chose Mary- 
land over Georgia Tech, NC State, 
Pittsburgh and Auburn. 

Personal: Born 4/24/75. Jermame is 
the son of Bobbie and John Stewart. 

Ratcliff Thomas 

Linebacker 
Fr. 6-1 220 
Woodbridge, Va 
High School: T.C. Williams 
Hargrave Military Academy 

At T.C. Williams: Awarded the 
prestigious Northern Virginia Player 
of the Year award his senior year ... 
Took first team honors on the all- 
State, all-Metro, all-Area, all-District, 
and all-Region team selections ... 
Ranked as the #1 player in the re- 
gion, the Blue-Chip ail-American won 
the coveted Touchdown and Pigskin 
Club's award as high school Defen- 
sive Player of the Year.. Was named 
to the George Michael "Golden 11" 
all-star team ... A selection to the 
West all-state all- star team ... Given 
the Fairfax Hall of Fame award ... 
Playing basketball, he was selected 
to various all-area, District, and re- 
gion teams ... Voted Alexandria bas- 
ketball Player of the Year ... The 20-5 
team won the District championship 

At Hargrove Military Academy: 

Aided by his 4.5 speed, he was cred- 
ited with 74 tackles, 4 sacks, and one 
mterception. 

Personal: Born 1/2/74. Ratcliff is the 

son of Rose and Ratcliff Thomas. Sr. 




Brian Underwood 

Running Back 

Fr. 6-2 180 

Bronx, NY 

High School: Lehman 

At Lehman: A stellar athlete who 
excelled on both sides of the ball ... 
Super-Prep all-America and Gatorade 
New York State Player of the Year 
A high school Heisman all-star ... 
New York Times, Daily News, Post, 
and Newsday first team selection 
while gainmg the teams' Most Valu- 
able Player Honor as the team out- 
standing offensive player Has the 
reputation as a vicious hitting free 
safety ... Dared receivers to enter his 
area of coverage He totaled 38 
solo tackles and 10 assisted and 
picked off 4 passes from his free 
safety spot ... On offense, he carried 
the ball 150 times for 1150 yards and 
17 touchdowns ... He was '92 foot- 
ball team captain ... Also starred in 
basketball and track ... Chose Mary- 
land over Georgia Tech, Wisconsin, 
and Syracuse. 

Personal: Born 2/16/75. Brian is the 
son of Susie and Jimmy Underwood. 

Patrick Ward 

Offensive Lineman 
Fr. 6-5 290 
Washington, DC 
High School: St. John's 

At St. John's: Was very active on 
both sides of the ball.. Was a three- 
year standout playing tackle both on 
offense and defense as he was a 
starter all three years he lettered ... 
was a strong OT with excellent tech- 
nique ... He attacks and finishes 
with a strong purpose ... He totaled 
50 tackles and 7 QB sacks at DT last 
Year... Was a USA Today all- 
America selection and was picked 
first team all-League, all-Met, an 
honor he received his junior year 
also ... The Blue Chip all-Amencan 
won top lineman honors as selected 
by the Washington Pigskin Club ... a 
basketball three-year lettermen ... 
Chose Maryland over Virginia Tech, 
Boston College, Virginia, and 
Tennessee. 

Personal: Born 4/3/74. Pat is the 
son of Linda and James Ward. 



Tim Watson 

Defensive Lineman 

Fr. 6-4 245 

Somers Point, NJ 

High School: Mainland Regional 

At Mainland: Selected as one of 
Mainland's all-time top athletes ... A 
three-year/three sport letterman, 
football, basketball, and track ... 
Captained all three of them for two 
years ... An extremely aggressive 
talent at tight end, linebacker, and 
defensive line at Mainland ... As a 
junior, he had 14 receptions, 70 solo 
tackles and 13 assisted, with 13 of 
the tackles going for losses ... Last 
year, '92, he had 10 receptions, 143 
yards and one TD ... He delivered 76 
solo tackles and 41 assists for team 
record 117 tackles ... 14 of the tack- 
les went for losses ... Had one mter- 
ception ... For his two-year brilliant 
play, he was honored as the team 
Most Valuable Offensive Player of 
the Year his junior season and the 
most Valuable Defensive Player of 
the Year his senior season, '92 ... For 
his accomplishments last year, he 
was chosen to the all-America teams 
by USA Today, Blue Chip and Super 
Prep ... He was first team all-South 
Jersey and all- Conference and all- 
county both years ... Playing basket- 
ball, he was a second team all- 
Conference selection ... was the 
discus all-Conference choice and 
competed in the States for discus 
His career closed on a happy 
announcement - He was voted the 
favorite Male Athlete by his peers at 
Mainland High He chose Mary- 
land over Syracuse and Rutgers. 

Personal: Bom 12/23/74. Tun is the 
son of Chen Watson. 



56 



Terprospects 



Brett White 

Linebacker 
Fr. 6-3 215 
Hornell, NY 
High School: Hornell 

At Hornell: A two-year letterman in 
football and basketball ... Captained 
both teams his senior year ... Brett, 
with 4.7 speed, led Hornell to back- 
to-back 9-1 marks his junior and se- 
nior years ... Last year, '92. he had 
139 tackles (18 for a loss) and seven 
sacks to become the school's all- 
time leading tackier . He bench 
presses 300 pounds and squats over 
500 pounds ... He was a second team 
all-State performer and was an all- 
Rochester first team selection as he 
earned honors as a first team starter 
in '91 and '92.. Was a first team 
member of the Finger Lakes East 
team ... The team was the Finger 
Lakes East League champions in '91 
and '92 with an 18-2 record over the 
two years ... Was the MVP of the 
Section V football final ... An all- 
County basketball player ... A stu- 
dent Council class officer ... Chose 
Maryland over Kentucky. 

Personal: Born 6/16/74. Brett is the 
son of Holly Hogan and Howard 
White. 



Cornelius White 

Defensive Lineman 
Fr. 6-4 240 
Newburgh, NY 
High School: Newburgh Free 
Academy 

At Newburgh Academy: A four- 
year letterman playing football and 
basketball ... Played offense and de- 
fense ... Selected to New York's all- 
state first team as a defensive end ... 
A starter his final three years ... Cap- 
tained the team last season ... Voted 
the team MVP Award for '92 ... A Tn- 
County DE first team pick also ... 
White was a first team Orange 
County American Conference choice 
both his junior and senior years A 
hard-hitting end with 4.7 speed ... As 
a junior he had 13 sacks and five 
fumble recoveries ... In '92, he 
recorded 11 sacks, forced five fum- 
bles and scored a touchdown off a 
recovery ... A pre-season ail- 
American pick by Street & Smith and 
Parade magazines ... A regular on 
the basketball team ... He chose 
Maryland over Syracuse, while others 
involved were Boston College and 
Wisconsin. 

Personal: Born 2/17/74. Cornelius is 
the son of Ometha McAllister. 




Ronald White 

Offensive Lineman 
Fr. 6-6 290 
Brownsville. Pa 
High School: Beth Center 

At Beth Center: The consensus all- 
America high school tackle can be 
called Ron, but in the football hotbed 
of Western Pennsylvania and across 
the nation's scholastic gridiron elite, 
his name is "Barn-Bam" ... A four- 
sport lettermen, four years, football 
and track and one year lettering 
playing basketball and wrestling ... 
Runs a 5.0/40. His high school hon- 
ors resemble a "Who's who" ... All- 
America OT selections USA Today, 
Football News, super-Prep, Blue 
Chip, Max Emfinger, and Tom 
Lemming's Prep football report ... 
Also named to the Blue Chip Hlus- 
trated Dream team ... With his all- 
America honors came first team rec- 
ognition on the all-State, all-District, 
and all- Conference teams ... The 
team qualified for the state playoff in 
both '91 (9-3) and '92 (10-2) ... "Barn- 
Bam" was selected to play m the 
"Big 33" all-star game this summer 
that featured the Pennsylvania all- 
stars vs the Ohio all- stars ... Very 
active in high school activities also.. 
He was an officer on the student 
council and a member of the 4H- 
Club. Drama Club, Varsity Club and 
French Club ... White shocked Penn 
State and South Carolina when he 
committed to Maryland almost on 
the spot. 

Personal: Born 5/7/75. Younger 
brother Jason is Beth Center's QB ... 
He will guide the team this fall as a 
junior after two outstanding years 
that already have earned him all- 
Conference and all-District quarter- 
back honors ... A basketball 
honorable-mention all-Conference 
pick last year ... He is the top javelin 
thrower m the conference and one of 
the top in his conference ... "Bam- 
Bam" is the son of Verla and Ronald 
White. Sr. 



Allen Williams 

Defensive Back 

Jr. 5-11 200 

Thomasville, GA 

High School: Thomasville 

Junior College: Georgia Military 

At Thomasville: One of the top 10 
total prospects in the state of Geor- 
gia when he came out of Thomas- 
ville ... A three year starter at run- 
ning back ... Captained the team his 
senior year ... A serious car accident 
his sophomore year limited his play- 
ing time ... Will join the secondary 
units for the Terps ... A track letter- 
man at Thomasville, winning the 
state 100-meter title with a 10.4 
reading ... The discus winner with a 
toss of 147 feet. 

At Georgia Military: Accumulated 
over 700 yards rushing ... Started 
both years and captained the team 
last year ... Chose Maryland over 
Florida while Alabama. South Caro- 
lina and Arkansas also expressed 
interest. 

Personal: Bom 9/17/72. Allen is the 
son of Gail Patricia and Allen 
Williams. 



57 




of tiiiginia 

:v He, VA 
. 

ii Coast 

an: Scott (42,000) 

Astroturf 
Colors: Orange and Blue 
Nickname: Cavaliers, Wahoos 
President: John T. Casteen III 
Athletic Director: Jim Copeland 
1992 Record: 7-4-0, 4-4-0 ACC (Tied for 4th) 

Head Coach: George Welsh (Navy, 1956) 

Record at School: 73-51-3 (11 years) 

Career Record: 128-97-4 (20 years) 

Coach's Telephone: (804) 982-5900 

Best Time to Reach: Through sports information office 

Offensive Formation: Multiple I 

Defensive Formation: 4-3 

Sports Information Director: Rich Murray 
Telephones: (O) (804) 982-5500 
(H) (804) 978-2966 
Assistant Sports Information Directors: Doyle Smith, Michael Colley 

First Game: 1919, Maryland won 13-0 

Last Maryland Win: 1991, 17-6 

First Opponent Win: 1925, 6-0 

Last Opponent Win: 1992, 28-15 

Last Opponent Win at Byrd: 1989, 48-21 

Last Maryland Win at Opponent Stadium: 1990, 35-30 

Last Maryland Shutout: 1980, 31-0 

Last Opponent Shutout: 1943, 39-0 

Last Tie: 1929, 13-13 



1993 Schedule 






1992 Results 










Sept. 


4 


at Maryland 






28 Maryland 






15 


Sept. 


11 


NAVY 






53 Navy 











Sept. 


18 


at Georgia Tech 






55 Georgia Tech 






24 


Sept. 


25 


DUKE 






55 Duke 








28 


Oct. 


2 


OHIO 






31 Wake Forest 






17 


Oct. 


16 


at Florida State 






28 Clemson 








29 


Oct. 


23 


NORTH CAROLINA 




7 North Carolina 






27 


Oct. 


30 


at NC State 






33 William and Mary 




7 


Nov. 


6 


WAKE FOREST 






3 Florida State 






13 


Nov. 


13 


at Clemson 






7 NC State 








31 


Nov. 


20 


VIRGINIA TECH 






41 Virginia Tech 






38 






Maryland leads the 


series (37-18-2) 






1919 


Won 


13- 


1944 


Lost 


7-18 


1974 


Won 


10 





1925 


Lost 


0- 6 


1945 


Won 


19-13 


1975 


Won 


62-24 


1926 


Tie 


6- 6 


1957 


Won 


12- 


1976 


Won 


28 





1927 


Lost 


0-21 


1958 


Won 


44- 6 


1977 


Won 


28 





1928 


Won 


18- 2 


1959 


Won 


55-12 


1978 


Won 


17 


7 


1929 


Tie 


13-13 


1960 


Won 


44-12 


1979 


Won 


17 


7 


1930 


Won 


14- 6 


1961 


Lost 


16-28 


1980 


Won 


31 





1931 


Won 


7- 6 


1962 


Won 


40-18 


1981 


Won 


48 


7 


1932 


Lost 


6- 7 


1963 


Won 


21- 6 


1982 


Won 


45-14 


1933 


Lost 


0- 6 


1964 


Won 


10- 


1983 


Won 


23 


3 


1934 


Won 


20- 


1965 


Lost 


27-33 


1984 


Won 


45-34 


1935 


Won 


14- 7 


1966 


Lost 


17-41 


1985 


Won 


33-21 


1936 


Won 


21- 


1967 


Lost 


7-12 


1986 


Won 


42-10 


1937 


Won 


3- 


1968 


Lost 


23-28 


1987 


Won 


21-19 


1938 


Lost 


19-27 


1969 


Won 


17-14 


1988 


Lost 


24-23 


1939 


Lost 


712 


1970 


Won 


17-14 


1989 


Lost 


21-48 


1940 


Lost 


6-19 


1971 


Losi 


27-29 


1990 


Won 


35-30 


1942 


Won 


27-12 


1972 


Won 


24-23 


1991 


Won 


17 


6 


1943 


Lost 


0-39 


1973 


Won 


33- 


1992 


Lost 


15-28 




University of North Carolina 

Location: Chapel Hill, NC 
Enrollment: 23,794 
Conference: Atlantic Coast 
Stadium: Kenan Memorial (52,000) 
Turf: Grass 

Colors: Carolina Blue and White 
Nickname: Tar Heels 
Chancellor: Paul Hardin 
Athletic Director: John Swofford 
1992 Record: 9-3, 5-3 ACC (3rd) 

Head Coach: Mack Brown (Florida State, 1974) 

Record at School: 24-31-1 (5 years) 

Career Record: 41-59-1 (9 years) 

Coach's Telephone Number: (919) 966-2575 

Best Time to Reach: 1 1 a.m. to Noon, Monday-Thursday 

Offensive Formation: Multiple-I 

Defensive Formation: Multiple 50 

Sports Information Director: Rick Brewer 
Telephones: (O) (919) 962-2123 
(H) (919) 929-2721 
Assistant Sports Information Directors: Steve Kirschner, Dave Lohse, 

Shen West 

First Game: 1899, North Carolina won 6-0 

Last Maryland Win: 1989, 38-0 

First Opponent Win: 1899, 6-0 

Last Opponent Win: 1992, 31-24 

Last Opponent Win at Byrd: 1992, 31-24 

Last Maryland Win at Opponent Stadium: 1988, 41-38 

Last Maryland Shutout: 1989, 38-0 

Last Opponent Shutout: 1991, 24-0 

Last Tie: 1950, 7-7 



1993 Schedule 


1992 Results 




Aug 


29 


Southern California 


35 


Wake Forest 


17 


Sept. 


4 


OHIO UNIVERSITY 


28 


FURMAN 





Sept. 


11 


MARYLAND 


22 


ARMY 


9 


Sept. 


18 


FLORIDA STATE 


20 


N.C. STATE 


27 


Sept. 


?5 


at NC. State 


28 


NAVY 


14 








13 


Florida State 


36 


Oct. 


2 


TEXAS EL-PASO 


27 


VIRGINIA 


7 


Oct. 


9 


WAKE FOREST 


26 


GEORGIA TECH 


14 


Oct. 


IB 


at Georgia Tech 


31 


Maryland 


24 


Oct. 


23 


at Virginia 


7 


Clemson 


40 


Nov. 


6 


CLEMSON 


31 


Duke 


28 


Nov. 


13 


at Tulane 


21 


Mississippi State 


17 


Nov. 


26 


DUKE 




(Peach Bowl) 





North Carolina leads the series (29-25-1) 



1899 
1920 
1921 
1922 
1923 
1924 
1925 
1926 
1927 
1928 
1929 
1930 
1935 
1936 
1946 
1947 
1948 
1960 



Lost 
Won 
Lost 
Lost 
Won 
Won 
Lost 
Won 

Lost 
Lost 
Lost 
Lost 
Lost 
Lost 
Lost 
Lost 
Lost 
Tie 



0- 6 

13- 
7-16 
3-27 

14- 
6- 
0-16 

14- 6 

6- 7 
19-26 

0-43 
21-28 
0-33 
0-14 
0-33 
0-19 
20-49 

7- 7 



1952 Won 

1953 Won 

1954 Won 

1955 Won 

1956 Lost 

1957 Won 

1958 Lost 

1959 Won 

1960 Won 

1961 Lost 

1962 Won 

1963 Lost 

1964 Won 

1965 Lost 

1967 Lost 

1968 Won 

1971 Lost 

1972 Lost 



14- 7 
26- 
33- 
25- 7 

6-34 
21- 7 

0-27 
14- 7 
22-19 

8-14 
31-13 

7-14 
10- 9 
10-12 

0-14 
33-24 
14-36 
26-31 



1973 


Won 


23- 3 


1974 


Won 


24-12 


1975 


Won 


34- 7 


1977 


Lost 


7-16 


1978 


Won 


21-20 


1979 


Won 


17-14 


1980 


Lost 


3-17 


1981 


Lost 


10-17 


1982 


Won 


31-24 


1983 


Won 


28-26 


1984 


Won 


34-23 


1985 


Won 


28-10 


1986 


Lost 


30-32 


1987 


Lost 


14-27 


1988 


Won 


41-38 


1989 


Won 


38- 


1990 


Lost 


34-10 


1991 


Lost 


0-24 


1992 


Lost 


24-31 



58 



Terpreviews, 1993 



West Virginia University 

Location: Morgantown, WV 

Enrollment: 22.000 

Conference: Big East 

Stadium: Mountaineer Field (63,500) 

Turf: Omniturf 

Colors: Old Gold and Blue 

Nickname: Mountaineers 

President: Neil Bucklew 

Athletic Director: Ed Pastilong 

1992 Record: 5-4-2 

Head Coach: Don Nehlen (Bowling Green, 1958) 
Record at School: 92-55-4 (13 years) 
Career Record: 145-90-8 (22 years) 
Coach's Telephone Number: (304) 293-4194 
Best Time to Reach: Early afternoon 
Offensive Formation: Multiple I 
Defensive Formation: 4-3 



Sports Information Director: Shelly Poe 
Telephones: (O) (304) 293-2821 
(H) (304) 599-7259 
Assistant Sports Information Directors: John Antomk 



^ 



First Game: 1919, West Virginia won 27-0 

Last Maryland Win: 1990. 14-10 

First Opponent Win: 1919, 27-0 

Last Opponent Win: 1992, 34-33 

Last Opponent Win at Byrd: 1991,37-7 

Last Maryland Win at Opponent Stadium: 1990. 14-10 

Last Maryland Shutout: 1985, 28-0 

Last Opponent Shutout: 1919. 27-0 

Last Tie: 1945, 13-13 



1993 Schedule 


Sept 


4 


EASTERN MICHIGAN 


Sept 


18 


at Maryland 


Sept 


25 


MISSOURI 


Oct 


2 


VIRGINIA TECH 


Oct 


9 


LOUISVILLE 


Oct 


23 


PITTSBURGH 


Oct 


30 


at Syracuse 


Nov 


6 


RUTGERS 


Nov 


13 


at Temple 


Nov 


20 


MIAMI (Fla ) 


Nov. 


26 


at Boston College 



1992 Results 


29 


Miami, Ohio 


44 


Pittsburgh 


34 


Maryland 


16 


Virginia Tech 


24 


Boston College 


17 


Syracuse 


26 


Perm State 


23 


Miami. Fla. 


41 


East Carolina 


9 


Rutgers 


23 


Louisiana Tech 



The series is tied (14-14-2) 



1919 


Lost 


0-27 


1976 


Won 


24- 3 


1943 


Lost 


2- 6 


1977 


Lost 


16-24 


1944 


Tie 


6- 6 


1980 


Won 


14-11 


1945 


Tie 


13-13 


1981 


Lost 


13-17 


1947 


Won 


27- 


1982 


Lost 


18-19 


1948 


Lost 


14-16 


1983 


Lost 


21-31 


1949 


Won 


47- 7 


1984 


Won 


20-17 


1950 


Won 


41- 


1985 


Won 


28- 


1951 


Won 


54- 7 


1986 


Won 


24- 3 


1959 


Won 


27- 7 


1987 


Won 


25-20 


1960 


Won 


31- 8 


1988 


Lost 


55-24 


1966 


Won 


28- 9 


1989 


Lost 


10-14 


1969 


Lost 


7-31 


1990 


Won 


14-10 


1970 


Lost 


10-20 


1991 


Lost 


37- 7 


1973 


Lost 


13-20 


1992 


Lost 


33-34 



Virginia Tech 




Location: Blacksburg. VA 

Enrollment: 23,000 

Conference: Big East 

Stadium: Lane Worsham Field (51,000) 

Turf: Grass 

Colors: Chicago Maroon and Burnt Orange 

Nickname: Hokies, Fighting Gobblers 

President: James D McComas 

Athletic Director: Dave Braine 

1992 Record: 2-8-1 

Head Coach: Frank Beamer (Virginia Tech, 1968) 

Record at School: 22-32-1 (6 years) 

Career Record: 64-55-3 (12 years) 

Coach's Telephone Number: (703) 231-4132 

Best Time to Reach: Contact SID office 

Offensive Formation: Multiple 

Defensive Formation: 4-3-4 

Sports Information Director: Jack Williams. Director of Media Relations 

Dave Smith 
Telephones: (O) (703) 231-6726 
(H) (703) 951-0963 

First Game: 1920, Maryland won 7-0 

Last Maryland Win: 1990, 20-13 

First Opponent Win: 1901, 18-0 

Last Opponent Win: 1945, 21-13 

Last Opponent Win at Byrd: 1932, 23-0 

Last Maryland Win at Opponent Stadium: 1949, 34-7 

Last Maryland Shutout: 1948, 28-0 

Last Opponent Shutout: 1933, 14-0 

Last Tie: No ties 





1993 Schedule 


29 


Sept. 


4 


BOWLING GREEN 


6 


Sept 


11 


at Pittsburgh 


33 


Sept 


18 


at Miami 


7 


Sept 


25 


MARYLAND 


24 


Oct 


2 


at West Virginia 


20 


Oct 


16 


TEMPLE 


40 


Oct. 


23 


RUTGERS 


35 


Oct 


30 


EAST CAROLINA 


28 


Nov. 


6 


at Boston College 


13 


Nov 


13 


SYRACUSE 


3 


Nov 


20 


at Virginia 



1992 Results 

49 James Madison 
East Carolina 
Temple 
West Virginia 
Louisville 
NC State 
Miami 
Rutgers 
Syracuse 
Southern Miss 
Virginia 



Maryland leads the series (15-9) 



1920 


Won 


7- 


1921 


Won 


10- 7 


1922 


Lost 


0-21 


1923 


Lost 


7-16 


1924 


Lost 


0-12 


1925 


Lost 


0- 3 


1926 


Lost 


8-24 


1927 


Won 


13- 7 


1928 


Lost 


6- 9 


1929 


Won 


24- 


1930 


Won 


13- 


1931 


Won 


20- 



1932 


Lost 


0-23 


1933 


Lost 


0-14 


1934 


Won 


14- 9 


1935 


Won 


7- 


1936 


Won 


6- 


1945 


Lost 


13-21 


1946 


Won 


6- 


1947 


Won 


21-19 


1948 


Won 


28- 


1949 


Won 


34- 7 


1950 


Won 


63- 7 


1990 


Woo 


14-10 



20 
30 
7 
16 
21 
13 
43 
50 
28 
13 
41 



59 



lata 




ollege, PA 
t: 38,373 
ence: Big Ten 
Stadium: Beaver Stadium (93,716) 
Turf: Grass 
Colors: Blue and White 
Nickname: Nittany Lions 
President: Joab Thomas 
Athletic Director: Jim Tarman 
1992 Record: 7-5 

Head Coach: Joe Paterno (Brown, 1950) 

Record at School: 247-67-3 (27 years) 

Career Record: 247-67-3 (27 years) 

Coach's Telephone Number: (814) 865-041 1 

Best Time to Reach: Tuesday press conference, 12:30 p.m. 

Offensive Formation: Multiple 

Defensive Formation: Multiple 

Sports Information Director: L. Budd Thalman 
Telephones: (0) (814) 865-1757 
(H) (814) 231-8105 
Assistant Sports Information Directors: Jeff Brewer, Jim Caltagirone, 

Mary Jo Haverbeck, Frank Giardina 

First Game: 1917, Perm State won 57-0 

Last Maryland Win: 1961, 21-17 

First Opponent Win: 1917, 57-0 

Last Opponent Win: 1992, 49-13 

Last Opponent Win at Byrd Stadium: 1985, 20-18 

Last Maryland Win at Opponent Stadium: None 

Last Maryland Shutout: None 

Last Opponent Shutout: 1970, 34-0 

Last Tie: 1989, 13-13 



1993 Schedule 


Sept. 


4 


MINNESOTA 


Sept. 


11 


SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA 


Sept. 


18 


at Iowa 


Sept. 


26 


RUTGERS 


Oct. 


2 


at Maryland 


Oct. 


16 


MICHIGAN 


Oct. 


30 


at Ohio State 


Nov. 


6 


INDIANA 


Nov. 


13 


ILLINOIS 


Nov. 


20 


at Northwestern 


Nov. 


27 


at Michigan State 



1992 Results 




1993 Schedule 


24 Cincinnati 


20 


Sept. 


11 


FURMAN 


49 TEMPLE 


8 


Sept. 


16 


VIRGINIA 


52 EASTERN MICHIGAN 


7 


Sept. 


25 


at Clemson 


49 MARYLAND 


13 


Oct. 


2 


at Florida State 


38 Rutgers 


24 


Oct. 


9 


MARYLAND 


14 MIAMI 


17 


Oct 


16 


NORTH CAROLINA 


32 BOSTON COLLEGE 


35 


Oct. 


23 


at N.C. State 


40 West Virginia 


26 


Oct 


30 


at Duke 


17 Bngham Young 


30 


Nov. 


6 


BAYLOR 


16 Notre Dame 


17 


Nov. 


13 


at Wake Forest 


57 PITTSBURGH 


13 


Nov. 


25 


GEORGIA 



Penn State leads the series (34-1-1) 



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 


1978 


Lost 


3-27 


1979 


Lost 


7-27 


1980 


Lost 


10-24 


1982 


Lost 


31-39 


1984 


Lost 


24-25 


1985 


Lost 


18-20 


1986 


Lost 


15-17 


1987 


Lost 


16-21 


1988 


Lost 


10-17 


1989 


Tie 


13-13 


1990 


Lost 


10-24 


1991 


Lost 


7-47 


1992 


Lost 


13-49 



Georgia Tech 



Location: Atlanta, GA 

Enrollment: 12,900 

Conference: Atlantic Coast 

Stadium: Boddy Dodd Stadium at Grant Field (46,000) 

Turf: All-Pro Turf 

Colors: Old Gold and White 

Nickname: Yellow Jackets, Rambling Wreck 

President: John Patrick "Pat" Crecine 

Athletic Director: Dr. Homer C Rice 

1992 Record: 5-6, 4-4 ACC (Tied for 4th) 

Head Coach: Bill Lewis (East Stroudsburg State, 1963) 

Record at School: 5-6 (1 year) 

Career Record: 39-38-2 (7 years) 

Coach's Telephone Number: (404) 894-5420 

Best Time to Reach: Wed. and Thurs., 11 a m. to 1 p.m. 

Offensive Formation: Multiple 

Defensive Formation: Shade-50 

Sports Information Director: Mike Finn 
Telephones: (O) (404) 894-5445 
(H) (404) 938-9910 
Assistant Sports Information Directors: 




Mike Stamus, Allison George, 
Ten Washington 



First Game: 1988, Maryland won 13-8 

Last Maryland Win: 1988, 13-8 

First Opponent Win: 1989, 28-24 

Last Opponent Win: 1992, 28-26 

Last Opponent Win at Byrd: 1992, 28-26 

Last Maryland Win at Opponent Stadium: None 

Last Maryland Shutout: None 

Last Opponent Shutout: None 

Last Tie: None 



1992 Results 




37 


WESTERN CAROLINA 


19 


24 


Virginia 


55 


20 


CLEMSON 


16 


16 


N.C. STATE 


13 


28 


Maryland 


26 


24 


FLORIDA STATE 


29 


14 


North Carolina 


26 


20 


DUKE 


17 


27 


Baylor 


31 


10 


WAKE FOREST 


23 


17 


Georgia 


31 



Georgia Tech leads the series (4-1) 



1988 


Won 


13- 8 


1989 


Lost 


24-28 


1990 


Lost 


3-31 


1991 


Lost 


10-34 


1992 


Lost 


26-28 



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Duke University 








Clemson University 




Location: Durham, NC 








Location: Clemson, S C 




Enrollment: 6,095 








Enrollment: 17,667 




Conference: Atlantic Coast 








Conference: Atlantic Coast aj± 




Stadium: Wallace Wade Stadium (33,941) 


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Stadium: Clemson Memorial Stadium (81.473) ^m^K^fk 


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Turf: Grass 


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Turf: Grass ™ TtV 




Colors: Royal Blue and White 


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Colors: Orange and Purple rgM B ^m 


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Nickname: Blue Devils 


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Nickname: Tigers V ft h| 




President: Nan Keohane 








President: Max Lennon ^^j jH 




Athletic Director: Tom Butters 








Athletic Director: Bobby Robinson 




1992 Record: 2-9. 0-8 ACC (9th) 








1992 Record: 5-6, 3-5 ACC (7th) 




Head Coach: Barry Wilson (Georgia, 1965) 








Head Coach: Ken Hatfield (Arkansas, 1965) 




Record at School: 10-22-1 (3 years) 








Record at School: 24-10-1 (3 years) 




Career Record: 10-22-1 (3 years) 








Career Record: 105-59-3 (14 years) 




Coach's Telephone Number: (919) 684-2635 






Coach's Telephone Number: (803) 656-2101 




Best Time to Reach: Mornings 








Best Time to Reach: 11 a.m. to Noon 




Offensive Formation: Pro Set/Multiple 








Offensive Formation: I-Formation 




Defensive Formation: 4-3 








Defensive Formation: 5-2 




Sports Information Director: Mike Cragg 








Sports Information Director: Tim Bourett 




Telephones: (0) (919) 684-2633 








Telephones: (O)(803)656-2114 




(H) (919) 544-0259 








(H) 803-654-6240 




Assistant Sports Information Directors: Lon Regnier 






Assistant Sports Information Directors: Sam Blackman, Annabelle Vaughn 


First Game: 1932. Duke won 34-0 








First Game: 1952. Maryland won 38-0 




Last Maryland Win: 1992. 27-25 








Last Maryland Win: 1992. 53-23 




First Opponent Win: 1932. 34-0 








First Opponent Win: 1957, 26-7 




Last Opponent Win: 1991. 17-13 








Last Opponent Win: 1991. 40-7 




Last Opponent Win at Byid: 1991. 17-13 








Last Opponent Win at Byrd: 1988. 49-25 




Last Maryland Win at Opponent Stadium: 


1992, 27-25 






Last Maryland Win at Opponent Stadium: 1985, 34-31 




Last Maryland Shutout: 1979, 27-0 








Last Maryland Shutout: 1979: 19-0 




Last Opponent Shutout: 1957, 14-0 








Last Opponent Shutout: 1969, 40-0 




Last Tie: None 








Last Tie: 1986, 17-17 




1993 Schedule 


1992 Results 






1993 Schedule 1992 Results 




Sept 4 FLORIDA STATE 


21 Florida State 




48 


Sept 4 IJNLV 24 BALL STATE 


10 


Sept 1 1 at Rutgers 


37 Vanderbilt 




42 


Sept 11 at Florida State 20 FLORIDA STATE 


24 


Sept 18 ARMY 


17 Rice 




12 


Sept 25 GEORGIA TECH 16 Georgia Tech 


20 


Sept. 25 at Virginia 


28 Virginia 




55 


Oct 2 N.C. STATE M UT-CHATTANOOGA 


3 


Oct 2 at Tennessee 


45 East Carolina 




14 


Oct. 9 at Duke 29 Virginia 


28 


Oct. 9 CLEMSON 


6 at Clemson 




21 


Oct 16 WAXE FOREST 2I DUKE 


6 


Oct 16 at Maryland 


25 Maryland 




27 


Oct 23 E TENNESSEE ST. 6 N.C. State 


20 


Oct 23 at Wake Forest 


17 Georgia Tech 




20 


Oct. 30 MARYLAND 15 Wake Forest 


18 


Oct 30 GEORGIA TECH 


14 Wake Forest 




28 


Nov. 6 at North Carolina 40 NORTH CAROLINA 


7 


Nov. 6 NC STATE 


27 NC State 




45 


Nov 13 VIRGINIA 53 MARYLAND 


23 


Nov. 27 at North Carolina 


28 North Carolina 




31 


Nov 20 at South Carolina 13 SOUTH CAROLINA 


24 


Maryland leads the 


series (20-16) 






Maryland leads the series (20-19-2) 




1932 Lost 0-34 1966 Won 


21-19 1981 


Won 


24-21 


1952 Won 28- 1966 Lost 10-14 1980 Won 


34- 7 


1933 Lost 7-38 1968 Lost 


28-30 1982 


Won 


49-22 


1953 Won 20- 1967 Lost 7-28 1981 Lost 


7-21 


1941 Lost 0-50 1969 Won 


20- 7 1983 


Won 


38- 3 


1954 Won 16- 1968 Lost 0-16 1982 Lost 


22-24 


1942 Lost 0-42 1970 Lost 


12-13 1984 


Won 


43- 7 


1955 Won 25-12 1969 Lost 0-40 1983 Lost 


27-52 


1947 Lost 7-19 1972 Lost 


14-20 1985 


Won 


40-10 


1956 Tie 6- 6 1970 Lost 11-24 1984 Won 


41-23 


1948 Lost 12-13 1973 Won 


30-10 1986 


Won 


27-19 


1957 Lost 7-26 1971 Lost 14-20 1985 Won 


34-31 


1950 Won 26-14 1974 Won 


56-13 1987 


Won 


23-22 


1958 Lost 0- 8 1972 Won 31- 6 1986 Tie 




1957 Lost 0-14 1976 Won 


30- 3 1988 


Won 


34-24 


1959 Won 28-25 1973 Won 28-13 1987 Lost 




1960 Lost 7-20 1977 Won 


31-13 1989 


Lost 


25-46 


1960 Won 19-17 1974 Won 41- 1988 Lost 




1962 Lost 7-10 1978 Won 


27- 1990 


Won 


23-20 


1961 Won 24-21 1975 Won 22-20 1989 Lost 




1963 Lost 17-24 1979 Won 


27- 1991 


Lost 


13-17 


1962 Lost 14-17 1976 Won 20- 1990 Lost 




1964 Lost 17-24 1980 Won 


17- 4 1992 


Won 


27-25 


1963 Lost 6-21 1977 Won 21-14 1991 Lost 

1964 Won 34- 1978 Lost 24-28 1992 Won 












1965 Won 6- 1979 Won 19- 





61 



tate University 



Location: Tallahassee, FL 
Enrollment: 28,600 
Conference: Atlantic Coast 
Stadium: Doak S. Campbell (72,000) 
Turf: Grass 

Colors: Garnet and Gold 
Nickname: Seminoles 
President: Dale W. Lick 
Athletic Director: Bob Goin 
1992 Record: 11-1, 8-0 ACC (1st) 

Head Coach: Bobby Bowden (Samford, 1953) 
Record at School: 154-45-3 (17 years) 
Career Record: 227-77-3 (27 years) 
Coach's Telephone Number: (904) 644-0097 
Best Time to Reach: Monday-Thursday, 11 a.m.- 
Offensive Formation: Pro Set 
Defensive Formation: Multiple 5-2 




1 p.m. 



Sports Information Director: Donna Turner (Football) 
Telephones: (O) (904) 644-1403 
(H) (904) 386-9486 
Assistant Sports Information Directors: Rob Wilson, Bob Burda, 

Kim McWilliams 

First Game: 1966, Florida State won 45-21 

Last Maryland Win: None 

First Opponent Win: 1966,45-21 

Last Opponent Win: 1992, 69-21 

Last Opponent Win at Byrd: 1968, 24-14 

Last Maryland Win at Opponent Stadium: None 

Last Maryland Shutout: None 

Last Opponent Shutout: None 

Last Tie: None 



1993 Schedule 


Aug 


28 


Kansas (Kickoff Classic) 


Sept. 


4 


at Duke 


Sept. 


11 


CLEMSON 


Sept. 


18 


at North Carolina 


Oct 


2 


GEORGIA TECH 


Oct 


9 


MIAMI 


Oct 


16 


VIRGINIA 


Oct. 


30 


WAKE FOREST 


Nov. 


6 


at Maryland 


Nov. 


13 


at Notre Dame 


Nov. 


20 


NC STATE 


Nov. 


27 


at Florida 



1992 Results 


48 


Duke 


24 


Clemson 


34 


NC State 


35 


Wake Forest 


16 


Miami 


36 


North Carolina 


29 


Georgia Tech 


13 


Virginia 


69 


Maryland 


70 


Tulane 


45 


Florida 


27 


Nebraska 



Florida State leads the series (3-0) 



1966 


Lost 


21-45 


1968 


Lost 


14-24 


1992 


Lost 


21-69 



■ 




North Carolina State University 

Location: Raleigh, NC 

Enrollment: 26,683 

Conference: Atlantic Coast 

Stadium: Carter-Finley (45,000 + 7,000 on grassy bank) 

Turf: Grass 

Colors: Red and White 

Nickname: Wolfpack 

Chancellor: Larry K. Monteith 

Athletic Director: Todd Turner 

1992 Record: 9-3-1, 5-2 ACC (2nd) 

Head Coach: Dick Sheridan (South Carolina, 1964) 
Record at School: 52-29-3 (7 years) 
Career Record: 121-52-5 (15 years) 
Coach's Telephone Number: (919) 515-2114 
Best Time to Reach: 1 1 • 30 a.m. to 2 p.m. 
Offensive Formation: Option I 
Defensive Formation: Fifty 

Sports Information Director: Mark Bockelman 
Telephones: (O) (919) 515-2102 
(H) (919) 467-7138 
Assistant Sports Information Directors: Carter Cheves, Ann Wheelwright 

First Game: 1909, N.C. State won 31-0 

Last Maryland Win: 1990, 13-12 

First Opponent Win: 1909, 31-0 

Last Opponent Win: 1992, 14-10 

Last Opponent Win at Byrd: 1992, 14-10 

Last Maryland Win at Opponent Stadium: 1985, 17-13 

Last Maryland Shutout: 1980, 24-0 

Last Opponent Shutout: 1979. 7-0 

Last Tie: 1972, 24-24 



1993 Schedule 


1992 Results 




Sept. 


4 


PURDUE 


24 


Iowa 


14 


Sept 


11 


at Wake Forest 


35 


Appalachian State 


10 


Sept 


25 


NORTH CAROLINA 


27 
13 


Maryland 
Florida State 


20 
34 


Oct. 


2 


at Clemson 


27 


North Carolina 


20 


Oct 


9 


at Texas Tech 


13 


Georgia Tech 


16 


Oct 


16 


MARSHALL 


48 


Texas Tech 


13 


Oct 


23 


GEORGIA TECH 


13 


Virginia Tech 


13 


Oct 


30 


VIRGINIA 


20 


Clemson 


6 








31 


Virginia 


7 


Nov 


b 


at Duke 


45 


Duke 


27 


Nov. 


13 


MARYLAND 


42 


Wake Forest 


14 


Nov. 


20 


at Florida State 


10 


Florida 


27 



Maryland leads the series (23-22-4) 



1909 


Lost 


0-31 


1961 


Won 


10- 7 


1917 


Lost 


6-10 


1962 


Won 


14- 6 


1921 


Tie 


6- 6 


1963 


Lost 


14-36 


1922 


Won 


7- 6 


1964 


Lost 


13-14 


1923 


Won 


26-12 


1965 


Lost 


7-29 


1924 


Tie 


0- 


1966 


Lost 


21-24 


1946 


Lost 


7-28 


1967 


Lost 


9-31 


1947 


Tie 


0- 


1968 


Lost 


11-31 


1949 


Won 


14- 6 


1969 


Lost 


7-24 


1950 


Lost 


13-16 


1970 


Lost 


0- 6 


1951 


Won 


53- 


1971 


Won 


35- 7 


1954 


Won 


42-14 


1972 


Tie 


24-24 


1956 


Won 


25-14 


1973 


Lost 


22-24 


1957 


Lost 


13-48 


1974 


Won 


20-10 


1958 


Won 


21- 6 


1975 


Won 


37-22 


1959 


Won 


33-28 


1976 


Won 


16- 6 


1960 


Lost 


10-13 


1977 


Lost 


20-24 



1978 


Won 


31- 7 


1979 


Lost 


0- 7 


1980 


Won 


24- 


1981 


Won 


34- 9 


1982 


Won 


23- 6 


1983 


Won 


29- 6 


1984 


Won 


44-21 


1985 


Won 


31-17 


1986 


Lost 


16-28 


1987 


Lost 


14-22 


1988 


Won 


30-26 


1989 


Lost 


610 


1990 


Won 


1312 


1991 


Lost 


20-17 


1992 


Lost 


10-14 



62 



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Wake Forest University 

Location: Winston-Salem, NC 
Enrollment: 3,600 
Conference: Atlantic Coast 
Stadium: Groves (31,500) 
Turf: Grass 

Colors: Old Gold and Black 
Nickname: Demon Deacons 
President: Thomas K Hearn, Jr 
Athletic Director: Ron Wellman 
1992 Record: 8-4, 4-4 (Tied for 4th) 

Head Coach: Jim Caldwell (Iowa. 1977) 

Record at School: First year 

Career Record: First year 

Coach's Telephone Number: (919) 759-5631 

Best Time to Reach: Wednesday, 12 to 1 p.m. 

Offensive Formation: Multiple 

Defensive Formation: Multiple 



Sports Information Director: John Justus 
Telephones: (0) (919) 759-5631 
(H) (919) 722-1094 
Assistant Sports Information Director: Dan Zachanas 




First Game: 1917, Maryland won 29-12 
Last Maryland Win: 1991,23-22 
First Opponent Win: 1944, 39-0 
Last Opponent Win: 1992, 30-23 
Last Opponent Win at Byrd: 1992, 30-23 
Last Maryland Win at Opponent Stadium: 
Last Maryland Shutout: 1987, 14-0 
Last Opponent Shutout: 1958, 34-0 
Last Tie: 13-13 



1991, 23-22 



1993 Schedule 

Sept. 4 VANDERBILT 

Sept. 11 NC STATE 

Sept 18 APPALACHIAN STATE 

Sept. 25 at Northwestern 

Oct. 9 at North Carolina 

Oct. 16 at Clemson 

Oct. 23 DUKE 

Oct 30 at Flonda State 

Nov 6 at Virginia 

Nov 13 GEORGIA TECH 

Nov. 20 MARYLAND 



1992 Results 

17 NORTH CAROLINA 35 

10 APPALACHIAN STATE 7 

7 Flonda State 35 

17 VIRGINIA 31 
40 Vanderbilt 6 
30 Maryland 23 
23 ARMY 7 

18 CLEMSON 15 
28 Duke 14 
23 Georgia Tech 10 
14 NC. State 42 
39 Oregon 35 



Maryland leads the series (29-11-1) 



1917 
1943 
1944 
1954 
1955 
1956 
1957 
1958 
1959 
1960 
1961 
1962 
1963 
1964 



Won 
Won 
Lost 
Tied 
Won 
Won 
Won 
Lost 
Lost 
Won 
Won 
Won 
Won 
Lost 



29-12 
13- 7 

0-39 
13-13 
28- 7 

6- 
27- 

0-34 

7-10 
14-13 
10- 7 
13- 2 
32- 
17-21 



1965 Won 

1966 Won 

1967 Lost 

1968 Lost 

1969 Won 

1971 Lost 

1972 Won 

1973 Won 

1974 Won 

1975 Won 

1976 Won 

1977 Won 

1978 Won 

1979 Lost 



10- 7 

34- 7 
17-35 
14-38 
19-13 
14-18 
23- 
37- 
47- 
27- 
17-15 

35- 7 
39- 
17-25 



1980 Won 

1981 Won 

1982 Won 

1983 Won 

1984 Won 

1985 Won 

1986 Lost 

1987 Won 

1988 Lost 

1989 Won 

1990 Won 

1991 Won 

1992 Lost 



11-10 
45-33 
52-31 
36-33 
38-17 

26- 3 
21-27 
14- 
24-27 

27- 7 
41-13 
23-22 
23-30 



1992 Season Record: 3- 


8 (2-4 Home, 1-4 Away) 




Conference Record: 2-6 (1-4 Home, 


1-2 Away) 




Gameby-Game Results 






Ace 


Overall 


Date 


Opponent 


Score W-L 


Atten. 


Record 


Record 


Sept. 5 


at Virginia" (#25) 


15-28 L 


44,400 


0-1 


0-1 


Sept. 12 


N.C STATE* (#19) 


10-14 L 


27,550 


0-2 


0-2 


Sept. 19 


at West Virginia 


33-34 L 


55,727 


0-2 


0-3 


Sept. 26 


at Penn State (#9) 


13-49 L 


95,818 


0-2 


0-4 


Oct. 3 


PITTSBURGH 


47-34 W 


35,891 


0-2 


1-4 


Oct 10 


GEORGIA TECH* (#17) 


26-28 L 


26.250 


0-3 


1-5 


Oct 17 


WAKE FOREST' 


23-30 L 


31.132 


0-4 


1-6 


Oct. 24 


at Duke' 


27-25 W 


17,850 


1-4 


2-6 


Oct 31 


NORTH CAROLINA' (#22) 24-31 


22,099 


1-5 


2-7 


Nov. 7 


at Florida State' (#6) 


21-69 L 


64,127 


1-6 


2-8 


Nov 14 


CLEMSON' 


53-23 W 


25,223 


2-6 


3-8 



Home games in CAPS 
' denotes Atlantic Coast Conference game 
Number in parenthesis is opponents' Associated Press ranking for that week 

Attendance 



Overall Attendance 446,067 


Overall Average 


40.552 




ACC Attendance 258,631 


ACC Average 


32,329 




Home Attendance 168,145 


Home Average 


28,024 




Away Attendance 277,922 


Away Average 


55,584 




Score By Quarters 










1st Avg. 2nd Avg. 


3rd 


Avg. 4th Avg. Total Avg. 


Terps 41 3.7 95 8.6 


81 


7.4 75 


6.8 292 26.6 


Opponents 68 6.2 109 9.9 


75 


6.8 113 


3 365 33.2 


TEAM STATISTICS 




Maryland 


Opponents 


First Downs (Rush-Pass-Penalty) 


288 (11 


259(110-1 


138-11) 


Rushing Attempts 




432 




464 


Rushing Yards Gained 




1872 




2527 


Rushing Yards Lost 




369 




279 


NET RUSHING YARDS 




1503 




2248 


Yards Per Rush 




3.5 




4.9 


Rushing Yards Per Game 




136.6 




204.4 


Passes Attempts 




514 




367 


Passes Completed 




304 




198 


Passes Had Intercepted 




23 




8 


Pass Completion Percentage 




.591 




.540 


NET YARDS PASSING 




3628 




2968 


Yards Per Pass Attempt 




7.1 




8.1 


Yards Per Pass Completion 




11.9 




15.0 


Passing Yards Per Game 




329.8 




269.8 


Total Plays 




946 




831 


Total Plays Per Game 




86.0 




756 


TOTAL NET YARDS 




5131 




5216 


Yards Gained Per Play 




5.4 




6.3 


Yards Gained Per Game 




466.5 




474.2 


Kickoff Returns/Kjckoif Return Yards 




47/931 




45/885 


Average Yardage Per Kickoff Return 




19.8 




19.7 


Kickoff Returns Per Game 




4.3 




4.1 


Punt Returns/Punt Return Yards 




33/206 




21/192 


Average Yardage Per Punt Return 




6.2 




9.1 


Punt Returns Per Game 




3.0 




1.9 


Interception Returns/Interception Return Yards 8/55 




23/171 


Average Yardage Per Interception Return 


6.9 




7.4 


Average Interception Per Game 




0.7 




2.1 


Punts/Total Punt Yardage 




55/1882 




51/2150 


Average Yards Per Punt 




34.2 




42.2 


Average Number of Punts Per Game 




5.0 




4.6 


Fumbles/Fumbles Lost 




12/3 






Penalties/Yards Penalized 




66/583 






Average Yards Per Penalty 




8.8 






Penalties Per Game/Yards Penalized 




6.0/53.0 






2-Point Safety/ 1 -Point Safety 




1/0 






3rd Down Conversions Attempts/Made 




73/176 






3rd Down Conversion Percentage 




.415 






Tune of Possession 




5:28.37 







63 



ise 




RUSHING 






PASSING 








Yds/ 


Yds/ 






Att 


Gain 


Loss 


Net 


TD Att 


Comp Yds 


TD Plays 




Yds 


Play 


Game TD 






106 


320 


240 


80 


5 482 


286 3392 


17 588 


347: 


5.9 


3156 22 






96 


536 


13 


523 


1 





96 




523 


5.5 


104.6 1 


aeck 




77 


390 


21 


369 


5 





77 




369 


4.8 


33.6 5 


g Burnett 




94 


334 


11 


323 


6 





94 




323 


3.4 


35.9 6 


j Scott Milanovich 




7 


38 


13 


25 


30 


17 232 


1 37 




257 


7.0 


64.3 1 


Raphael Wall 




28 


131 


2 


129 








28 




129 


4.6 


14.3 


Larry Washingtor 




11 


75 





75 


1 





11 




75 


6.8 


25.0 1 


Richie Harris 




3 


18 


3 


15 








3 




15 


5.0 


1.4 


Ron Staffileno 




1 


11 





11 


1 





1 




11 


11.0 


11.0 1 


Jamie Bragg 




1 


9 





9 








1 




9 


9.0 


9.0 


Jermaine Lewis 




2 


6 


1 


5 








2 




5 


2.5 


0.5 


Dan Prunzik 




1 











1 


1 4 


2 




4 


2.0 


0.4 


David Dunne 




1 


4 





4 








1 




4 


40 


0.4 


Tom Marchese 
















1 





1 







0.0 


0.0 


Richard Mahee 




1 





1 


-1 








1 




-1 


-1.0 


-1.0 


David DeArmas 




1 





9 


-9 








1 




-9 


-9.0 


-0.8 


Team 




2 





55 


-55 








2 




-55 


27.5 


-18.3 


MD Totals 




432 


1872 


369 


1503 


19 514 


304 3628 


18 946 


5131 


5.4 


466.5 37 


Opponents 




464 


2527 


279 


2248 


25 367 


198 2968 


23 831 


5216 


6.3 


474.2 48 


Rushing 














Yds/ 


Yds/ 














G 


Att 




Gain 


Lost 


Net Carry 


Game 




TD 


LG 




Mark Mason 




5 


96 




536 


13 


523 5.5 


104.6 




1 


24 


(Virginia) 


Frank Wycheck 




11 


77 




390 


21 


369 4.8 


33.6 




5 


46 


(Clemson) 


Doug Burnett 




9 


94 




334 


11 


323 3.4 


35.9 




6 


15 


(Wake Forest) 


Raphael Wall 




9 


28 




131 


2 


129 4.6 


14.3 







14 


(Wake Forest) 


John Kaleo 




11 


106 




320 


240 


80 0.8 


7.3 




5 


26 


(N.C. State) 


Larry Washington 




3 


11 




75 





75 6.8 


25.0 




1 


19 


(Penn State) 


Scott Milanovich 




4 


7 




38 


13 


25 3.6 


6.3 







17 


(Penn State) 


Richie Harris 




11 


3 




18 


3 


15 5.0 


1.4 







12 


(North Carolina) 


Ron Staffileno 




11 


1 




11 





11 11.0 


1.0 




1 


11 


(Clemson) 


Jamie Bragg 




1 


1 




9 





9 9.0 


9.0 







9 


(Florida State) 


Jermaine Lewis 




11 


2 




6 


1 


5 2.5 


0.5 







6 


(North Carolina) 


David Dunne 




11 


1 




4 





4 4.0 


0.4 







4 


(Pittsburgh) 


Dan Prunzik 




11 


1 










0.0 


0.0 











Richard Mahee 




1 


1 







1 


•1 -1.0 


■1.0 











David DeArmas 




11 


1 







9 


-9 -9.0 


-0.8 











Team 






2 







55 


-55 












MD Totals 




11 


432 




1872 


369 


1503 3.5 


136.6 




19 






Opponents 




11 


464 




2527 


279 


2248 4.9 


2044 




25 






Passing 














Yds/ 


Yds/ 














G 


Att 


Comp 


.Pet Yds Comp 


Game 


TD 


Int 




LG 


John Kaleo 




11 


482 


286 


.593 3392 11.9 


308.4 


17 


22 




69 (Clemson) 


Scott Milanovich 




4 


30 




17 


.567 232 137 


58.0 


1 


1 




33 (Penn State) 


Dan Prunzik 




11 


1 




1 


1.000 


4 4.0 


0.4 










4 (N.C. State) 


Tom Marchese 




1 


1 







.000 


0.0 


0.0 












MD Totals 




11 


514 


304 


.591 3628 11.9 


329.8 


18 


23 






Opponents 




11 


367 


198 


.540 2968 15.0 


269.8 


23 


8 






Receiving 






Yds/ 


Yds/ 






Punt Returns 




Yds/ 


Yds/ 








G 


Rec. 


fards Rec. 


Game 


TD LG 




G 


No. Yds Return 


Game 


TD LG 


Marcus Badgett 




75 


1240 16.5 


112.7 


9 64 


(Clemson) 


Richie Harris 11 


30 154 


5.1 


14.0 


25 (Wake Forest) 


Richie Harris 




56 


518 9.3 


47.1 


2 37 


(Georgia Tech) 


Jermaine Lewis 1 1 


1 42 


42.C 


3.8 


1 42 (Georgia Tech) 


Dan Prunzik 




52 


680 13.1 


61.8 


2 63 


(West Virginia) 


Doug Burnett S 


1 


O.C 


0.0 







Frank Wycheck 




31 


236 7.6 


21.5 


1 30 


(Penn State) 


Larry Washington 3 


1 10 


10.C 


3.3 


10 (West Virginia) 


Jermaine Lewis 
Wade Inge 
Mark Mason 


5 


30 
26 
16 


346 11.5 
317 12.2 
101 6.3 


61.5 
28.8 
20.2 


2 69 
2 33 
22 


(Clemson) 
(Penn State) 
(Virginia) 


MD Totals 11 

Opponents 11 


33 206 

21 192 


6.2 

9.1 


18.7 

17.5 


1 






Doug Burnett 


9 


9 


83 9.2 


9.2 


21 


(Georgia Tech) 


Interceptions 


G No. Yds 


Avg. 


TD 


LG 


Russ Weaver 


9 


4 


60 15.0 


6.7 


29 


(Florida State) 


Mike Jarmolowich 


11 2 


24 


12.0 





18 (Virginia) 


Jason Kremus 


2 


2 


26 13.0 


13.0 


15 


(North Carolina) 


Scott Rosen 


10 2 


2 


1.0 





2 (Clemson) 


Larry Washington 


3 


2 


14 7.0 


4.7 


13 


(West Virginia) 


Gene Green 


11 2 


1 


0.5 





1 (N.C. State) 


Raphael Wall 


9 


1 


7 7.0 


0.8 


7 


(Georgia Tech) 


Jaime Flores 


9 1 


19 


19.0 





19 (Pittsburgh) 


MD Totals 


11 


304 


3628 11.9 


329.8 


18 




Brandon Bertha 


7 1 


9 


9.0 





9 (Wake Forest) 


Opponents 


11 


199 


2996 15.1 


272.4 


23 




MD Totals 


11 8 


55 


6.9 







Kick-OfI Returns 




Yds/ 


Yds/ 






Opponents 


11 23 


171 


74 









G 


No. Yds Return 


Game 


TD LC 




Punting 

G 








Inside 




Raphael Wall 


9 


24 527 22.0 


58.6 


44 


(Pittsburgh) 


No. Yds 


Avg. 


Blkd Odd 20 


LP 


Jermaine Lewis 


11 


10 268 26.8 


24.4 


33 


(Clemson) 


David DeArmas 1 1 


55 1882 


34.2 





11 


50 (Penn State) 


Mark Mason 


5 


5 


35 19.0 


19.0 


30 


(West Virginia) 














Wade Inge 


11 


3 


33 11.0 


3.0 


14 


(Penn State) 


MD Totals 11 


55 1882 


342 





11 




Doug Lawrence 


4 


1 


8 8.0 


2.0 


8 


(Florida State) 


Opponents 1 1 


51 2150 


42.2 


1 


8 




Doug Burnett 
Jaime Flores 


9 
9 


2 

1 


0.0 
0.0 


0.0 
0.0 






Net Punting 


Opp. 


Opp. Return Opp. Return Net 


Marcus Badgett 


11 


1 


0.0 


0.0 






Punts Yards Avg. Returns 
Maryland 55 1882 34.2 21 


Yards 
192 


i 


\vg. Average 
9.1 30.7 


MD Totals 


11 


47 93- 


84.6 







Opponents 51 2150 42.2 33 


206 




6.2 38.1 


Opponents 


11 


45 885 19.7 


80.5 




















64 



Terplayback 1992 Statistics 


Field Goals 




1-19 YDS 


20 29 YDS 




30 39 YDS 


40-49 YDS 


50 & OVER 




TOTAL 




G 


FG-FGA 


PCT 


FG-FGA 


PCT 


FG FGA 


PCT 


FG-FGA 


PCT 


FG FGA 


PCT 




FG FGA 


PCT 


LG 


David DeAimas 1 1 




0-0 


000 


7-7 


1 mm 




3-6 


.500 


0-4 


000 


0-0 


ooc 




10-17 


.588 


35 


MD Totals 11 




00 


000 


7-7 


1000 




3-6 


.500 


0-4 


000 


0-0 


ooc 




10-17 


.588 


— 


Opponents 1 1 




11 


1000 


4-4 


1000 




4-5 


.800 


2-6 


.333 


1-1 


100C 




12-17 


706 


- 


All Purpose YARDAGE 




RUSHING 


RECEIVING 


PUNT RET. 


K OFF RET 








Yds/ 


Yds/ 






G 


Att 


Net Yds 


No. 




Yds 


No. 


Yds 


No. 


Yds 


Plays 




Yds 


Play 


Game 


Marcus Badgett 




11 








75 




1240 








1 





76 




1240 


16.3 


1127 


Mark Mason 




5 


96 


523 


16 




101 








5 


95 


117 




719 


62 


1438 


Richie Harris 




11 


3 


15 


56 




518 


30 


154 








89 




687 


7.7 


625 


Dan Pninzik 




11 


1 





52 




680 














53 




680 


128 


618 


Raphael Wall 




9 


28 


129 


1 




7 








24 


527 


53 




663 


125 


737 


Jermaine Lewis 




11 


2 


5 


30 




346 


1 


42 


10 


268 


43 




661 


154 


60.1 


Frank Wycheck 




11 


77 


369 


31 




236 














108 




605 


5.6 


55.0 


Dong Burnett 




9 


94 


323 


9 




83 


1 





2 





106 




406 


3.8 


451 


Wade Inge 




11 








26 




317 








3 


33 


29 




350 


12 1 


31.8 


Larry Washington 




3 


11 


75 


2 




14 


1 


10 








14 




99 


71 


33.0 


John Kaleo 




11 


106 


80 






















106 




80 


0.8 


73 


Russ Weaver 




9 








4 




60 














4 




60 


150 


67 


Jason Kremus 




2 








2 




26 














2 




26 


13.0 


13.0 


Scott Milanovich 




4 


7 


25 






















7 




25 


3.6 


6.3 


Ron Staffileno 




1 


1 


11 


























11 


11.0 


110 


Jamie Bragg 




1 


1 


9 


























9 


90 


90 


Doug Lawrence 




4 






















1 


8 






8 


8.0 


20 


David Dunne 




11 


1 


4 


























4 


40 


04 


Jaime Flores 




9 






















1 












0.0 


0.0 


Richard Mahee 




1 


1 


-1 


























-1 


-10 


-10 


David DeArmas 




11 


1 


-9 


























-9 


-9.0 


-08 


Team 






2 


•55 






















2 




-55 


-27.5 


-27.5 


MP Totals 




11 


432 


1503 


304 




3628 


33 


206 


47 


931 


816 




5268 


7.7 


569.8 


Opponents 




11 


464 


2248 


199 




2996 


21 


192 


45 


885 


729 




3321 


8.7 


574.6 


Defense 


G 




UT 


AT 




TT 




SK/YDS 




H/YDS 


FF 




FR 




PD 


INT 


Mike Jarmolowich 


11 




62 


48 




110 




3/15 




5/17 












3 


2 


Mark Sturdivant 


11 




37 


43 




80 




4/20 




6/24 


1 









1 





Scott Rosen 


10 




49 


23 




72 




0/0 




1/1 


1 









5 


2 


Darren Drozdov 


11 




38 


31 




69 




3/22 




7/33 


1 









4 





Bill Inge 


11 




42 


16 




58 




0/0 




3/6 












2 





Chad Wiesthng 


11 




28 


21 




49 




0/0 




3/8 


3 




1 










Enck Wood 


11 




25 


17 




42 




1/1 




1/1 


1 















Rich Phoenix 


11 




14 


27 




41 




1/4 




2/7 


















Madison Bradley 


11 




12 


28 




40 




0/0 




1/1 


















Jim Panagos 


8 




22 


12 




34 




5/29 




10/41 







1 










Andre Vaughn 


6 




26 


6 




32 




1/8 




2/9 


1 




1 










Dave Marrone 


11 




21 


7 




28 




0/0 




0/0 












1 





Gene Green 


11 




19 


4 




23 




0/0 




0/0 







1 




6 


2 


Darren Colvin 


11 




18 


10 




28 




0/0 




3/5 







1 










Angel Guena 


5 




15 


10 




25 




0/0 




1/2 







1 




1 





Tim Brown 


7 




8 


14 




22 




1/13 




1/13 


















Comel Rrgby 


11 




17 


4 




21 




1/7 




1/7 







1 




3 





Mike Rodgers 


10 




12 


8 




20 




0/0 




1/1 


















Doug Lawrence 


11 




17 


2 




19 




0/0 




0/0 


















Mike Lacy 


10 




15 


2 




17 




0/0 




1/2 












2 





Raphael Wall 


10 




10 


6 




16 




0/0 




1/1 


















Jaime Flores 


10 




13 


1 




14 




1/11 




2/15 


1 




1 







1 


Brandon Bertha 


11 




11 


3 




14 




0/0 




0/0 












4 


1 


Shairod Mack 


8 




6 


7 




13 




2/27 




2/27 


1 















Kevin Plank 


9 




9 


1 




10 




0/0 




0/0 


















Gene Gray 


7 




3 


6 




9 




0/0 




0/0 


















Nick Annan 


3 




6 


1 




7 




0/0 




0/0 


















Ron Reagan 


10 




5 


1 




6 




0/0 




2/4 


















Corey Holobetz 


10 




3 


1 




4 




0/0 




0/0 


















Fred Ensign 


9 




2 


2 




4 




0/0 




0/0 


















Wade Inge 


11 




1 


2 




3 




0/0 




0/0 


















Jahmal Webster 


3 




1 


2 




3 




0/0 




0/0 


















Luis Olavarria 


5 




3 







3 




0/0 




0/0 


















David DeArmas 


11 




2 







2 




0/0 




0/0 


















Jermaine Lewis 


11 




2 







2 




0/0 




0/0 


















Mark Mason 


5 




1 







1 




0/0 




0/0 


















Jamie Bragg 


9 




1 







1 




0/0 




0/0 

















Terps Totals 


11 




576 


356 




932 




23/157 




58/231 


10 




e 




34 




Opponents Totals 


11 




500 


452 




952 




36/222 




87/339 


4 




7 




74 





65 



k 1992 Virginia 



S ~ Virginia 28, Maryland 15 
Scott Stadium 
Charlottesville, Virginia 




Maryland . 
VIRGINIA 



M2nd Qtr 3:23 Wade Inge 27 yard pass from John Kaleo, 
David DeArmas PAT 

V2nd Qtr 1:22 Patrick Jeffers 20 yard pass from Bobby Goodman, 
Michael Husted missed PAT 

V3rd Qtr 4:56 Demetrius Allen 11 yard pass from Bobby Goodman, 
Michael Husted missed PAT 

M4th Qtr 14:53 Marcus Badgett 19 yard pass from John Kaleo, 

Richie Harris pass from Kaleo for two point conversion 





Team Statistics 


Maryland 


Virginia 




First Downs 


20 


20 




Rushing 


4 


9 




Passing 


16 


11 




Penalty 










Rushing Attempts 


26 


41 




Yards Gained Rushing 


96 


192 




Yards Lost Rushing 


62 


92 




Net Yards Rushing 


34 


173 




Net Yards Passing 


270 


200 




Passes Attempted 


53 


28 




Passes Completed 


32 


16 




Had Intercepted 


1 


2 




Total Offensive Plays 


79 


69 




Total Net Yards 


304 


373 




Average Gain Per Play 


3.9 


5.4 




Return Yards 


37 


22 




Fumbles: Number-Lost 


1-0 


4-2 




Penalties: Number- Yards 


6-72 


8-55 




Interceptions: Number- Yards 


2-18 


1-16 




Number of Punts-Yards 


8-275 


3-114 


7 8 = 15 


Average Per Punt 


34.4 


38 


6 6 16 = 28 


Punt Returns: Number-Yards 


2-19 


4-6 




Kickoff Returns: Number- Yards 


1-12 


3-65 




Possession Time 


28:39 


31:21 


ileo, 


Sacks By-Yards 


1-8 


3-18 




Third Down Conversions 


6-17 


5-11 



V4th Qtr 


6:27 Michael Husted 35 yard field goal 




V4th Qtr 


2:46 Tyrone Davis 14 yard pass from Bobby Goodman, 




Michael Husted kick blocked by Madison Bradley 


STARTERS 






Offense 




Defense 


SE 


Marcus Badgett 


OLB 


Darren Colvin 


LT 


Steve Ingram 


T 


Darren Drozdov 


LG 


Kevin Arline 


NG 


Jim Panagos 


C 


Jade Dubis 


E 


Mark Sturdivant 


RG 


Ron Staffileno 


LB 


Cornel Rigby 


RT 


David Dunne 


ILB 


Dave Marrone 


SL-R 


Frank Wycheck 


ILB 


Gene Gray 


FL 


Richie Harris 


LC 


Gene Green 


WR 


Wade Inge 


RC 


Mike Lacy 


SU-B 


Mark Mason 


SS 


Bill Inge 


QB 


John Kaleo 


FS 


Scott Rosen 


Maryland Defense 






Darren Drozdov 6 UT 


4 AT 


10 TT 1 SACK 


Mark Sturdivant 5 UT 


2 AT 


7TT 


Mike Jarmolowich 3 UT 


4 AT 


7TT 



Individual Statistics 

PASSING 

Terps: John Kaleo, 32-52-1, 270 Yards, 2 TD, Long 27 
Cavs: Bobby Goodman, 16-28-2, 200 Yards, 3 TD, Long 39 

RUSHING 

Terps: Mark Mason, 16-83, 0TD, Long 24 

Doug Burnett, 5-8, 0TD. Long 3 
Cavs: Terry Kirby, 17-120, 0TD, Long 18 

Charles Way, 9-36, 0TD, Long 12 

RECEIVING 

Terps: Marcus Badgett, 7-66, 1TD, Long 19 

Richie Harris, 9-54, 0TD, Long 11 

Mark Mason, 6-40, 0TD, LOng 22 
Cavs: Tyrone Davis, 6-117, 1TD, Long 39 

Terry Kirby, 6-29, 0TD, Long 11 

PUNTING 

Terps: David DeArmas, 8-375, 34.4 avg, Long 45 

Cavs: Josh Schrader, 3-114, 38.0 avg, Long 44 

FIELD GOALS 
Terps: None 
Cavs: Michael Husted, 1-1, Long of 35 

RETURNS 

Terps: Richie Harris, 2-19, 0TD, Long 10 (punt returns) 
Mark Mason, 1-12, 0TD, Long 12 (kickoff returns) 
Mike Jarmolowich, 1-18, Long 18 (interception returns) 

Cavs: Jerrod Washington, 4-6, Long 3 (punt returns) 
Greg McClellan, 2-57, Long 38 (kickoff returns), 
1-16, Long 16 (interceptions) 

Attendance: 44,400 

Weather: 79". rainy 



66 





Terplayback 1992 N. C. 


State 


September 12 - N.C. State 14, Maryland 10 






Byrd Stadium 






College Park, MO 






Team Statistics Maryland N.C. 






• 


First Downs 28 
Rushing 13 


14 
8 




' ' . m 






r~ y.;- \ Terrapin 




Passing 14 

Penalty 1 

Rushing Attempts 48 


6 

34 




*$Eh 




Yards Gained Rushing 240 


165 






Yards Lost Rushing 7 


15 




rv 




Net Yards Rushing 233 
Net Yards Passing 268 


150 
162 




t 




Passes Attempted 57 


24 








Passes Completed 32 


11 








Had Intercepted 3 


2 






Total Offensive Plays 105 


58 




- — > 




Total Net Yards 501 


312 




^ H* <ffft 




Average Gain Per Play 4.8 
Return Yards 15 
Fumbles: Number-Lost 1-0 
Penalties: Number-Yards 3-20 
Interceptions: Number-Yards 2-7 


5.4 
53 
1-1 
2-23 
3-23 










Number of Punts-Yards 6-171 


7-282 


N.C. State 7 7 = 14 


Average Per Punt 28.5 


40.3 




Punt Returns: Number-Yards 6-8 


4-30 


MARYLAND 3 7 0= 10 


Kickoff Returns: Number-Yards 3-59 


2-34 




Possession Time 37:45 


22:15 


NCSUlst Qtr 10:42 Anthony Barbour 10-yard run, Steve Videtich PAT 


Sacks By-Yards 1-10 
Third Down Conversions 10 of 21 


1-1 
4 of 13 


M2nd Qtr 14:09 David DeArmas 26-yard field goal. 


Fourth Down Conversions 3 of 3 


OofO 


M3rd Qtr 8:15 Doug Burnett 1-yard run. David DeArmas PAT. 


Individual Statistics 




NCSU4thQtr 11:31 Eddie Gomes 38-yard reception. Steve Videtich PAT. 


PASSING 




STARTERS 


Terps: John Kaleo, 31-56-3, 264 Yards, TD Long 34 




Offense Defense 


Wolfpack: Terry Jordan, 11-24-2, 162 yards. 1 TD, Long 38 




SE Marcus Badgett OLB Darren Colvin 


RUSHING 




LT Steve Ingram T Darren Drozdov 


Terps: Mark Mason, 28-164, 0TD, Long 17 




LG Kevin Arhne NG Jim Panagos 


John Kaleo. 11-47, 0TD, Long 34 




C Jade Dubis E Mark Sturdivant 






RG Ron Staffileno LB Cornel Rigby 


Wolfpack: Anthony Barbour, 10-76, 1TD, Long 26 




RT David Dunne ILB Mike Jarmolowich 


Greg Mainor, 7-44, 0TD, Long 22 




SL-R Frank Wycheck ILB Gene Gray 


RECEIVING 




FL Richie Harris LC Gene Green 






WR Wade Inge RC Mike Lacy 


Terps: Dan Prunzik, 8-64, 0TD, Long 13 




SU-B Mark Mason SS Bill Inge 


Marcus Badgett, 5-65, 0TD, Long 34 




QB JohnKaleo FS Scott Rosen 


Richie Harris, 4-46, 0TD, Long 22 
Wolfpack: Greg Mainor, 1-32, 0TD, Long 32 




Maryland Defense 


Neal Auer, 3-30, 0TD, Long 15 




Mike Jarmolowich 8 UT 6 AT 14 TT 


PUNTING 




Andre Vaughn 8 UT OAT 8 TT 


Terps: David DeArmas, 5-166. 33.2 avg, Long 44 




Darren Drozdov 4 UT 3 AT 7 TT 


Wolfpack: Tim Kilpatnck, 7-282, 40.3 avg, Long 48 

FIELD GOALS 

Terps: David DeArmas, 1-2, Long 26 

Wolfpack: None 

RETURNS 

Terps: Richie Harns, 6-8, 0TD. Long 4 (punt returns) 

Mark Mason. 2-37. 0TD, Long 22 (kickoff returns) 
Mike Jarmolowich, 1-6. Long 6 (interception returns) 
Gene Green, 1-1, Long 1 (interception returns) 

Wolfpack: Ledel George, 3-30, Long 19 (punt returns) 

Anthony Barbour, 2-34, Long 20 (kickoff returns) 






Ricky Turner, 1-23, Long 23 (interception returns) 




Attendance: 27.550 






Weather: 64", sunny and pleasant 





67 



■ 



m 19 - West Virginia 34, Maryland 33 
Mountaineer Stadium 
Morgantown, West Virginia 




Maryland 

WEST VIRGINIA . 



3 14 10 6 = 33 
7 7 20 = 34 



WVUlst Qtr 9:09 Adrian Murrell 41-yard rush, Mike Vanderjagt PAT 

Mist Qtr 4:33 David DeArmas 27-yard Field Goal 

M2nd Qtr 11:50 John Kaleo 3-yard rush, David DeArmas PAT 

M2nd Qtr 9:23 Dan Prunzik 63-yard pass from John Kaleo, 
David DeArmas PAT 

WVU2nd Qtr 2:47 Rodney Woodard 1-yard rush, Mike Vanderjagt PAT 

M3rdQtr 7:43 David DeArmas 33-yard Field Goal 

M3rd Qtr 2:11 Mark Mason 20-yard rush, David DeArmas PAT 

M4th Qtr 14:48 Marcus Badgett 12-yard pass from John Kaleo 
Kaleo conversion pass failed 

WVU4th Qtr 10:23 Adrian Murrell 10-yard pass from Darren Studstill 
Mike Vanderjagt PAT 

WVU4th Qtr 4:25 Ed Hill 6-yard pass from Darren Studstill 
Mike Vanderjagt PAT 

WVU4th Qtr 1:20 Adrian Murrell 10-yard pass from Darren Studstill 
Darren Studstill conversion pass incomplete 



STARTERS 
Offense 

SE 

LT 

LG 

C 

RG 

RT 

SL-R 

FL 

WR 

SU-B 

QB 



Marcus Badgett 
Steve Ingram 
Kevin Arline 
Jade Dubis 
Ron Staffileno 
David Dunne 
Frank Wycheck 
Richie Harris 
Wade Inge 
Mark Mason 
John Kaleo 



Maryland Defense 

Mark Sturdivant 3 UT 

Mike Lacy 7 UT 

Mike Jarmolowich 5 UT 



Defense 

OLB 

T 

NG 

E 

LB 

ILB 

ILB 

LC 

RC 

SS 

FS 



7 AT 
1 AT 
3 AT 



Darren Colvin 
Darren Drozdov 
Jim Panagos 
Mark Sturdivant 
Cornel Rigby 
Dave Marrone 
Gene Gray 
Gene Green 
Mike Lacy 
Bill Inge 
Scott Rosen 



10 TT 
8TT 
8TT 



Team Statistics Maryland 

First Downs 22 

Rushing 12 

Passing 8 

Penalty 2 

Rushing Attempts 42 

Yards Gained Rushing 215 

Yards Lost Rushing 34 

Net Yards Rushing 181 

Net Yards Passing 254 

Passes Attempted 41 

Passes Completed 22 

Had Intercepted 1 

Total Offensive Plays 83 

Total Net Yards 435 

Average Gain Per Play 5.2 

Return Yards 13 

Fumbles: Number-Lost 2-0 

Penalties: Number-Yards 6-33 

Interceptions: Number-Yards 0-0 

Number of Punts-Yards 7-240 

Average Per Punt 34.3 

Punt Returns: Number-Yards 2-13 

Kickoff Returns: Number-Yards 2-46 

Possession Time 30:33 

Sacks By-Yards 3-18 

Third Down Conversions 5-15 

Fourth Down Conversions 1-2 

Individual Statistics 



West Virginia 

23 

10 

13 



49 
245 

38 
207 
222 

32 

19 



81 
429 

5.3 

53 

3-1 
10-94 
1-23 
6-271 
45.2 
3-30 
3-73 
29:27 

2-8 
6-16 

2-3 



PASSING 

Terps: John Kaleo, 22-41-1, 254 Yards, 2TD Long 63 
Mounts: Darren Studstill, 14-21-0, 166 Yards, 3TD, Long 26 
Jake Kelchner, 5-11-0, 56 Yards, 0TD, Long 16 

RUSHING 

Terps: Mark Mason, 28-167, 1TD, Long 24 

Doug Burnett, 6-25 0TD, Long 1 1 
Mounts: Adrian Murrell, 21-115, 1TD, Long 41 

Jake Kelchner, 9-44, 0TD, Long 19 

RECEIVING 

Terps: Dan Prunzik, 5-92, 1TD, Long 63 

Marcus Badgett, 5-68, 1TD, Long 34 

Richie Harris, 6-47, 0TD, Long 18 
Mounts: Ed Hill, 5-62, 1TD, Long 26 

Jay Kearney, 4-58, 0TD, Long 21 

PUNTING 

Terps: David DeArmas, 7-240, 34.3 avg, Long 40 

Mounts: Todd Sauerbrun, 6-271, 45.2 avg, Long 52 

FIELD GOALS 

Terps: David DeArmas, 2-2, Long 33 

Mounts: None 

RETURNS 

Terps: Mark Mason, 2-46, 0TD, Long 30 (kickoff returns) 
Larry Washington, 1-10, Long 10 (punt returns) 

Mounts: Mike Baker, 2-51, Long 26 (kick returns), 
1-32, Long 32 (punt returns) 
Mike Collins, 1-23, Long 23 (interception returns) 

Attendance: 55,727 

Weather: 62°, partly cloudy 



68 



Terplayback 1992 Penn State 



September 26 — Penn State 49, Maryland 13 
Beaver Stadium 
State College, Pennsylvania 



PENN STATE 




Maryland 3 3 7 = 13 

PENN STATE 21 7 21 = 49 



M2nd Qtr 
PSU2nd Qtr 

PSU2nd Qtr 

PSU2nd Qtr 

M3rd Qtr 
PSU3rd Qtr 

PSU4th Qtr 

M4th Qtr 

PSU4th Qtr 

PSU4th Qtr 



13:41 David DeArmas 21-yard field goal 

10:40 J. McDuffie 29-yard pass from John Sacca 
Craig Fayak PAT 

6:26 Richie Anderson 6-yard rush 
Craig Fayak PAT 

0:53 Richie Anderson 26-yard pass from John Sacca 
Cnag Fayak PAT 

11:34 David DeArmas 20-yard field goal 

Richie Anderson 25-yard rush 
Cnag Fayak PAT 

13:49 Richie Anderson 25-yard rush 
Craig Fayak PAT 

10:45 Frank Wycheck 30-yard pass from Scott Milanovich 
David DeArmas PAT 

5:50 J.T. Morris 3-yard pass from Wally Richardson 
John Van Allen PAT 

1:14 Mike Archie 6-yard rush 
John Van Allen PAT 



STARTERS 
Offense 

SE 

LT 

LG 

C 

RG 

RT 

SL-R 

FL 

WR 

SU-B 

QB 



Marcus Badgett 
Steve Ingram 
Kevin Arline 
Jade Dubis 
Ron Staffileno 
John Teter 
Frank Wycheck 
Richie Hams 
Wade Inge 
Mark Mason 
John Kaleo 



Defense 

OLB 

T 

NG 

E 

OLB 

TLB 

ILB 

LC 

RC 

SS 

FS 



Comel Rigby 
Darren Drozdov 
Jim Panagos 
Mark Sturdivant 
Darren Colvm 
Mike Jarmolowich 
Gene Gray 
Scott Rosen 
Mike Lacy 
Bill Inge 
Andre Vaughn 



Maryland Defense 

Mike Jarmolowich 5 UT 

Chad Wiestkng 2 UT 

BUI Inge 5 UT 



3 AT 
5 AT 
1AT 



8TT 
7TT 
6TT 



Team Statistics 


Maryland 


Penn State 


First Downs 


32 


28 


Rushing 


9 


15 


Passing 


19 


11 


Penalty 


4 


2 


Rushing Attempts 


43 


47 


Yards Gained Rushing 


199 


311 


Yards Lost Rushing 


17 


16 


Net Yards Rushing 


182 


295 


Net Yards Passing 


336 


207 


Passes Attempted 


46 


25 


Passes Completed 


25 


14 


Had Intercepted 


2 





Total Offensive Plays 


89 


72 


Total Net Yards 


518 


502 


Average Gain Per Play 


5.8 


7.0 


Return Yards 


1 


65 


Fumbles: Number-Lost 


3-1 


2-1 


Penalties: Number- Yards 


8-66 


9-68 


Interceptions: Number-Yards 


0-0 


2-9 


Number of Punts-Yards 


3-121 


4-167 


Average Per Punt 


403 


41.8 


Punt Returns: Number-Yards 


3-1 


1-56 


Kickoff Returns: Number- Yards 


7-150 


3-60 


Possession Time 


23:44 


35:02 


Sacks By-Yards 


2-9 


2-9 


Third Down Conversions 


6-14 


5-11 


Fourth Down Conversions 


0-1 


1-2 



Individual Statistics 

PASSING 

Terps: John Kaleo, 18-30-1, 208 Yards, 0TD, Long 28 

Scott Milanovich, 7-15-1, 128 Yards, 1TD, Long 33 
Tom Marchese, 0-1-0, Yards, 0TD. 

Lions: John Sacca. 12-23-0, 195 Yards, 2TD, Long 31 
Wally Richardson, 2-2-0, 12 Yards, 1TD, Long 9 

RUSHING 

Terps: Mark Mason, 22-102, 0TD, Long 22 

Scott Milanovich. 3-35, 0TD. Long 17 
Lions: Richie Anderson, 20-138, 3TD. Long 25 

Ki-Jana Carter, 5-48. 0TD, Long 27 

RECEIVING 

Terps: Marcus Badgett, 10-132, 0TD, Long 25 

Dan Prunzik, 6-98, 0TD Long 33 

Wade Inge, 3-35, 0TD, Long 33 
Lions: O.J. McDuffie, 6-89, 1TD, Long 29 

Richie Anderson, 2-31, 1TD, Long 26 

PUNTING 

Terps: David DeArmas, 3-121, 40.3 avg, Long 50 
Lions: Jamie Dreese, 3-132, 44.0 avg. Long 53 
V.J Muscillo, 1-35. 35.0 avg, Long 35 

FIELD GOALS 

Terps: David DeArmas, 2-3, Long 21 
Lions: None 

RETURNS 

Terps: Raphael WaU. 6-136, 0TD, Long 31 (kickoff returns) 
Richie Harris, 3-1, 0TD, Long 9 (punt returns) 
Wade Inge, 1-14, 0TD. Long 14 (kickoff returns) 

Lions: O.J McDuffie. 1-56, 0TD, Long 56 (punt returns) 
1-31, 0TD, Long 31 (kickoff returns) 
J.T. Morris, 2-29, OTD, Long 17 

Attendance: 95,818 

Weather: 70\ humid 



69 



ttsburg 



- Maryland 47, Pittsburgh 34 
Byrd Stadium 
College Park, MD 



k-^f^e Terra pin 



.a 










UV 



Pittsburgh 10 3 14 7 = 34 

MARYLAND 7 10 13 17 = 47 

Pittlst Qtr 9:48 Sean Conley 21-yard field goal 

Pittlst Qtr 4:24 Rob Coons 13-yard pass from Alex Van Pelt 
Sean Conley PAT 

Mist Qtr 3:09 Larry Washington 1-yard run, David DeArmas PAT 

M2nd Qtr 9:41 Marcus Badgett 33-yard pass from John Kaleo 
David DeArmas PAT 

M2nd Qtr 4:34 David DeArmas 32-yard field goal 

Pitt2nd Qtr 0:13 Sean Conley 13-yard field goal 

M3rd Qtr 13:31 Marcus Badgett 19-yard pass from John Kaleo 
David DeArmas PAT 

Pitt3rd Qtr 4:49 Dietrich Jells 18-yard pass from Alex Van Pelt 
2-Point conversion failed 

Pitt3rd Qtr 3:37 Bill Davis 41-yard pass from Alex Van Pelt 
Davis conversion pass from Van Pelt 

M3rd Qtr 2:03 John Kaleo 1-yard run, David DeArmas PAT 

M4th Qtr 14:49 Wade Inge 15-yard pass from John Kaleo 
David DeArmas PAT No Good 

M4th Qtr 9:40 David DeArmas 35-yard field goal 

M4th Qtr 3:49 Doug Burnett 9-yard run, David DeArmas PAT 

Pitt4th Qtr 2:18 Chris Bouyer 12 yard pass Alex Van Pelt 
Sean Conley PAT 



STARTERS 
Offense 

SE 

LT 

LG 

C 

RG 

RT 

SL-R 

FL 

WR 

SU-B 

QB 



Marcus Badgett 
Steve Ingram 
Kevin Arline 
Jade Dubis 
Ron Staffileno 
David Dunne 
Frank Wycheck 
Richie Harris 
Wade Inge 
Mark Mason 
John Kaleo 



Defense 

OLB 

T 

NG 

E 

LB 

HB 

ILB 

LC 

RC 

SS 

FS 



Jaime Flores 
Darren Drozdov 
Jim Panagos 
Mark Sturdivant 
Chad Wiestling 
Mike Jarmolowich 
Erick Wood 
Scott Rosen 
Gene Green 
Bill Inge 
Andre Vaughn 



Maryland Defense 

Scott Rosen 10 UT 

Mike Jarmolowich 5 UT 

Andre Vaughn 6 UT 



OAT 
4 AT 
2 AT 



10 TT 
9TT 
8TT 



1 TFL 
1 SACK 
1TFL 



Team Statistics 


Maryland 


Pittsburgh 


First Downs 


26 


29 


Rushing 


7 


10 


Passing 


16 


19 


Penalty 


3 





Rushing Attempts 


40 


38 


Yards Gained Rushing 


154 


201 


Yards Lost Rushing 


12 


44 


Net Yards Rushing 


142 


157 


Net Yards Passing 


415 


395 


Passes Attempted 


37 


46 


Passes Completed 


24 


26 


Had Intercepted 


2 


1 


Total Offensive Plays 


77 


84 


Total Net Yards 


557 


552 


Average Gain Per Play 


7.2 


6.6 


Return Yards 


27 





Fumbles: Number-Lost 


1-0 


1-0 


Penalties: Number-Yards 


10-110 


11-112 


Interceptions: Number-Yards 


1-19 


2-0 


Number of Punts-Yards 


1-41 


3-120 


Average Per Punt 


41.0 


40.0 


Punt Returns: Number-Yards 


1-8 


1-0 


Kickoff Returns: Number- Yards 


6-114 


6-130 


Possession Time 


26:27 


33:33 


Sacks By-Yards 


4-38 


1-7 


Third Down Conversions 


7-13 


8-16 


Fourth Down Conversions 


2-2 


1-2 



Individual Statistics 

PASSING 

Terps: John Kaleo, 24-37-2, 415 Yards, 3TD, Long 54 

Pitt: Alex Van Pelt, 26-46-1, 395 Yards, 4TD, Long 51 

RUSHING 

Terps: Doug Burnett, 24-86, 1TD, Long 11 

Larry Washington, 7-44, 1TD, Long 12 
Pitt: Tim Colicchio, 22-156, 0TD, Long 26 

Chad Dukes, 3-18, 0TD, Long 18 

RECEIVING 

Terps: Marcus Badgett, 11-251, 2TD, Long 54 

Wade Inge, 4-72, 1TD, Long of 25 

Richie Harris, 3-26, 0TD, Long 51 
Pitt: Chris Bouyer, 10-128, 1TD, Long 23 

Dietrich Jells, 5-99, 1TD, Long 51 

PUNTING 

Terps: David DeArmas, 1-41, 41.0 avg, Long 41 

Pitt: Leon Theodorou, 3-120, 40.0 avg, Long 51 

FIELD GOALS 

Terps: David DeArmas, 2-3, Long 35 

Pitt: Sean Conley, 2-3, Long of 21 

RETURNS 

Terps: Jaime Flores, 1-19, 0TD, Long 19 (interception yards) 
Richie Harris, 1-8, 0TD, Long 8 (punt returns) 
Marcus Badgett, 1-0. 0TD, Long (kickoff returns) 

Pitt: Dietrich Jells, 4-96, Long 38 (kickoff returns) 

Bill Davis, 2-34, Long 20 (kickoff returns) 

Attendance: 35,891 

Weather: 71 c , clear 



70 



Terplayback 1992 Georgia Tech 



October 10 — Georgia Tech 20, Maryland 20 
Byrd Stadium 
College Park, MO 




Georgia Tech 
MARYLAND 



7 14 7 = 28 
10 7 2 7 = 26 



GATlst Qtt 8 53 Jason McGill 43-yard pass from Shawn Jones 
Scott Sisson PAT 

Mist Qtr 6:20 Jermaine Lewis, 42-yard return of blocked punt 

David DeArmas PAT 

Mist Qtr 2:30 David DeArmas 29-yard field goal 

M2nd Qtr 9:12 Doug Burnett 6-yard run, David DeArmas PAT 

GAT2nd Qtr 4:01 Jason McGill 35-yard pass from Shawn Jones 
Scott Sisson PAT 

GAT2nd Qtr 00 Jason McGill 58-yard pass from Shawn Jones 
Scott Sisson PAT 

GAT3rd Qtr 9 39 Jimy Lincoln 2-yard run, Scott Sisson PAT 

M3rd Qtr 6:20 Safety, Fumble recovered in end zone 

David DeArmas PAT 

M4th Qtr 4:20 John Kaleo 1-yard run, David DeArmas PAT 



STARTERS 








Offense 






Defense 




SE 


Marcus Badgett 




OLB 


Jaime Flores 


LT 


Steve Ingram 




T 


Darren Drozdov 


LG 


Kevin Arlme 




NG 


Jim Panagos 


C 


Jade Dubis 




E 


Mark Sturdivant 


RG 


Ron Staffileno 




LB 


Chad Wiestling 


RT 


David Dunne 




ILB 


Mike Jarmolowich 


FL 


Richie Harris 




ILB 


Mike Rodgers 


FL 


Dan Prunzik 




LC 


Scott Rosen 


WR 


Jermaine Lewis 




RC 


Gene Green 


SU-B 


Doug Burnett 




SS 


Bill Inge 


QB 


John Kaleo 




FS 


Andre Vaughn 


Maryland Defense 








Mark Sturdivant 


4UT 


6 AT 


10 TT 


Scott Rosen 




8UT 


OAT 


8TT 


Mike Jaimolowich 


5UT 


3 AT 


8TT 



Team Statistics 


Maryland 


Georgia Tech 


First Downs 


23 


18 


Rushing 


10 


7 


Passing 


12 


10 


Penalty 


1 


1 


Rushing Attempts 


42 


37 


Yards Gained Rushing 


141 


171 


Yards Lost Rushing 


45 


30 


Net Yards Rushing 


96 


141 


Net Yards Passing 


294 


268 


Passes Attempted 


46 


31 


Passes Completed 


24 


16 


Had Intercepted 


4 


1 


Total Offensive Plays 


88 


68 


Total Net Yards 


390 


409 


Average Gain Per Play 


44 


6,0 


Return Yards 


87 


38 


Fumbles: Number-Lost 


0-0 


2-1 


Penalties: Number-Yards 


5-25 


11-80 


Interceptions: Number-Yards 


1-0 


4-38 


Number of Punts-Yards 


5-177 


5-213 


Average Per Punt 


354 


426 


Punt Returns Number-Yards 


7-87 


0-0 


Kickoff Returns: Number-Yards 


4-82 


4-88 


Possession Time 


31 57 


28:03 


Sacks By-Yards 


0-0 


5-38 


Third Down Conversions 


6-18 


5-16 


Fourth Down Conversions 


2-3 


1-1 



Individual Statistics 

PASSING 

Terps: John Kaleo, 21-40-4, 263 Yards, 0TD Long 39 

Scott Milanovich, 3-6-0, 31 yards, 0TD, Long 21 
Tech: Shawn Jones, 16-31-1, 268 Yards, 3TD, Long 58 

RUSHING 

Terps: Doug Burnett, 14-49. 0TD, Long 6 

Frank Wycheck, 4-23, 0TD, Long 8 
Tech: Michael Smith, 10-63. 0TD, Long 24 

Dorsey Levens, 5-37, 1 TD. Long 28 

RECEIVING 

Terps: Richie Harris, 7-85, 0TD, Long 37 

Wade Inge, 4-45, 0TD, Long 17 

Dan Prunzik, 3-68, 0TD. Long 39 
Tech: Jason McGill, 7-176, 3TD, Long 58 

Bobby Rodnquez, 3-29, 0TD. Long 20 

PUNTING 

Terps: David DeArmas. 5-177, 35.4 avg, Long 47 

Tech: Jeff Bender, 5-213, 42 6 avg, Long 53 

FIELD GOALS 

Terps: David DeArmas, 1-1, Long of 29 

Tech: None 

RETURNS 

Terps: Richie Harris, 6-45, 0TD, Long 13 (punt returns) 

Jermaine Lewis, 1-42. 1TD, Long 42 (punt returns) 
Raphael Wall, 4-82, 0TD. Long 24 (kickoff returns) 
Gene Green, 1-0, 0TD (interception returns) 

Tech: Lethon Flowers. 3-50. 0TD. Long 25 (punt returns) 
Kevin Tisdel. 1-38. Long 38 (kickoff returns). 
Marlon Williams, 2-3. 0TD. Long 3 (interception returns) 

Attendance: 26,250 

Weather: 73 : . partly sunny 



71 



^nw 



ake Forest 






I - Wake Forest 30, Maryland 23 
Byrd Stadium 
College Park, MD 




Wake Forest. 
MARYLAND 

MlstQtr 



1 55 Marcus Badgett 9-yard reception 
David DeArmas PAT 





Team Statistics 


Maryland 


Wake Forest 




First Downs 


26 


15 




Rushing 


9 


2 




Passing 


17 


13 




Penalty 










Rushing Attempts 


45 


34 




Yards Gained Rushing 


179 


96 




Yards Lost Rushing 


83 


9 




Net Yards Rushing 


96 


87 




Net Yards Passing 


405 


331 




Passes Attempted 


48 


31 




Passes Completed 


30 


17 




Had Intercepted 


4 


1 




Total Offensive Plays 


93 


65 




Total Net Yards 


501 


418 




Average Gain Per Play 


5.4 


6.4 




Return Yards 


46 


51 




Fumbles: Number-Lost 


1-1 


1-0 




Penalties: Number- Yards 


5-55 


8-50 




Interceptions: Number- Yards 


1-9 


4-15 




Number of Punts-Yards 


4-137 


8-277 


7 7 6 10 = 30 


Average Per Punt 


34.3 


42.1 




Punt Returns: Number- Yards 


4-37 


1-36 


7 3 13 = 23 


Kickoff Returns: Number-Yards 


3-39 


4-68 




Possession Time 


34:24 


25:36 




Sacks By-Yards 


0-0 


9-72 




Third Down Conversions 


9-19 


5-15 




Fourth Down Conversions 


1-2 


0-0 



WFlst Qtr 


1:10 John Leach 1-yard 


run, Mike Green PAT 


M2nd Qtr 


1:04 David DeArmas 20-yard field goal 




WF2nd Qtr 


46 John Leach 1-yard 


run, Mike Green PAT 


M3rd Qtr 


9:51 Doug Burnett 15-yard run, David DeArmas PAT 


M3rd Qtr 


2:15 Doug Burnett 6-yard run 




WF3rd Qtr 


0:35 Keith West 1-yard 


run, PAT Blocked 


WF4th Qtr 


12 43 Todd Dixon 49-yard pass from Keith West 




Mike Green PAT 






WF4th Qtr 


10:49 Mike Green 22 yard field goal 




STARTERS 






Offense 




Defense 




SE 


Marcus Badgett 


OLB 


Darren Colvin 


LT 


Steve Ingram 


T 


Darren Drozdov 


LG 


Kevin Arline 


NG 


Jim Panagos 


C 


Jade Dubis 


E 


Mark Sturdivant 


RG 


Ron Staffileno 


LB 


Chad Wiesthng 


RT 


David Dunne 


ILB 


Mike Jarmolowich 


FL 


Richie Harris 


ILB 


Tim Brown 


FL 


Dan Prunzik 


LC 


Mike Lacy 


WR 


Wade Inge 


RC 


Gene Green 


SU-B 


Doug Burnett 


SS 


Bill Inge 


QB 


John Kaleo 


FS 


Scott Rosen 


Maryland Defense 






Mike Jarmolowich 8 UT 


5 AT 


13 TT 


Darren Drozdov 4 UT 


3 AT 


7TT 


Mark Sturdivant 4 UT 


3 AT 


7TT 



Individual Statistics 

PASSING 

Terps: John Kaleo, 30-48-4, 405 Yards, 1TD Long 57 

Deacons: Keith West, 17-30-1, 331 Yards, 1TD, Long 51 

RUSHING 

Terps: Doug Burnett, 14-53, 2TD, Long 15 

Raphael Wall, 13-74, 0TD, Long 14 
Deacons: Ned Moultrie, 18-52, 0TD, Long 10 

John Leach, 8-17, 2TD, Long 5 

RECEIVING 

Terps: Marcus Badgett, 11-187, 1TD, Long 57 

Dan Prunzik, 7-71, 0TD, Long 179 

Wade Inge, 4-57, 0TD, Long 24 
Deacons: Wendell Wells, 3-100, 0TD, Long 51 

Todd Dixon, 5-92, 1TD, Long 49 

PUNTING 

Terps: David DeArmas, 4-137, 34.3 avg, Long 44 

Deacons: Mike Green, 8-277, 41.6 avg, Long 42 

FIELD GOALS 

Terps: David DeArmas, 1-2, Long of 20 

Deacons: Mike Green, 1-1, Long 22 

RETURNS 

Terps: Richie Harris, 4-37, 0TD, Long 25 (punt returns) 
Raphael Wall, 1-26, 0TD, Long 26 (krckoff returns) 
Brandon Bertha, 1-9, 0TD (interception returns) 

Deacons: George Coghill, 1-36. 0TD, Long 36 (punt returns) 
John Leach, 3-53, Long 21 (kickoff returns), 
Ron Lambert, 1-15, 0TD, Long 15 (interception returns) 

Attendance: 31,132 

Weather: 51°, northwest winds at 16 mph, sunny, breezy and cool 



72 



Terplayback 1992 Duke 



October 24 — Maryland 27, Duke 25 
Wallace Wade Stadium 
Durham, NC 




Maryland . 
DUKE 



7 14 6 = 27 
6 7 12 = 25 



Dlst Qtr 12:00 Randy Gardner 29-yard field goal 

Mist Qtr 7:36 Doug Burnett 8-yard run, David DeArmas PAT 

Dlst Qtr 4:16 Randy Gardner 43-yard field goal 

D2nd Qtr 13:04 Randy Cuthbert 7-yard run, Randy Gardner PAT 

M2nd Qtr 5:14 Marcus Badgett 50-yard pass from John Kaleo 
David DeArmas PAT 

M2nd Qtr 0:39 Frank Wycheck 4-yard run, David DeArmas PAT 

D4th Qtr 12:53 Randy Cuthbert 1-yard run 
2-Point conversion run failed 

D4th Qtr 6:45 Randy Cuthbert 2-yard run 

2-Pomt conversion pass fail 



M4th Qtr 


0:00 Marcus Badgett 37-yard pass from John Kaleo 




PAT: downed 






STARTERS 








Offense 






Defense 




SE 


Marcus Badgett 




OLB 


Darren Colvin 


LT 


Steve Ingram 




T 


Darren Drozdov 


LG 


Kevin Arhne 




NG 


Jim Panagos 


C 


Jade Dubis 




E 


Mark Sturdivant 


RG 


Ron Staffileno 




LB 


Chad Wiestlmg 


RT 


David Dunne 




ILB 


Mike Jarmolowich 


FL 


Richie Hams 




ILB 


Tim Brown 


FL 


Dan Prunzik 




LC 


Mike Lacy 


WR 


Wade Inge 




RC 


Gene Green 


SU-B 


Doug Burnett 




SS 


Bill Inge 


QB 


John Kaleo 




FS 


Scott Rosen 


Maryland Defense 








Mrke Jarmolowich 


5UT 


7 AT 


12 TT 


Raphael Wall 




5UT 


3 AT 


8TT 


Danen Drozdov 


5UT 


2 AT 


7TT 



Team Statistics 


Maryland 


Duke 


First Downs 


27 


23 


Rushing 


8 


5 


Passing 


18 


14 


Penalty 


1 


4 


Rushing Attempts 


30 


43 


Yards Gained Rushing 


145 


174 


Yards Lost Rushing 


9 


2 


Net Yards Rushing 


136 


145 


Net Yards Passing 


378 


302 


Passes Attempted 


45 


33 


Passes Completed 


30 


17 


Had Intercepted 


2 





Total Offensive Plays 


75 


76 


Total Net Yards 


514 


447 


Average Gain Per Play 


6.9 


5,8 


Return Yards 


11 


46 


Fumbles: Number-Lost 


0-0 


1-0 


Penalties: Number-Yards 


13-113 


11-88 


Interceptions: Number- Yards 


0-0 


2-19 


Number of Punts-Yards 


6-202 


5-218 


Average Per Punt 


33,7 


43.6 


Punt Returns: Number-Yards 


3-11 


2-27 


Kickoff Returns: Number-Yards 


3-58 


4-80 


Possession Time 


26:05 


33:55 


Sacks By-Yards 


3-20 


0-0 


Third Down Conversions 


7-14 


7-16 


Fourth Down Conversions 


0-1 


0-0 



Individual Statistics 

PASSING 

Terps: John Kaleo, 30-45-2, 378 Yards. 2TD Long 51 
Duke: Spence Fisher, 10-21-0, 175 Yards, 0TD, Long 36 
Steve Prince, 7-12-0, 127 Yards, 0TD, Long 27 

RUSHING 

Terps: Doug Burnett, 14-63, 1TD, Long 11 

John Kaleo, 10-51, 0TD, Long 11 

Frank Wycheck, 6-22, lTD.Long 9 
Duke: Randy Cuthbert, 27-101, 3TD, Long 16 

Robert Baldwin. 11-60, 0TD, Long 25 

RECEIVING 

Terps: Marcus Badgett, 9-218, 2TD, Long 51 

Richie Harris, 5-46, 0TD, Long 24 

Wade Inge. 5-31, 0TD, Long 104 
Duke: Brad Breedlove, 5-107. 0TD, Long 36 

Jon Jensen, 2-38, 0TD, Long 28 

PUNTING 

Terps: David DeArmas, 6-202, 33.7 avg, Long 43 
Duke: Tim Davis, 5-218, 43.6 avg, Long 55 

FIELD GOALS 

Terps: None 

Duke: Randy Gardner, 2-4, Long 43 

RETURNS 

Terps: Richie Hams. 3-11. 0TD, Long 5 (punt returns) 

Raphael Wall, 3-58, 0TD, Long 25 (kickoff returns) 

Duke: Leroy Gallman. 1-46. 0TD, Long 46 (kickoff returns) 
Keith DuBose, 2-27, Long 24 (punt returns) 
Scott Berdan, 1-19. 0TD, Long 19 (interception returns) 

Attendance: 17.850 

Weather: 70 : , sunny 



73 



2 North Carolina 



~ North Carolina 31, Maryland 24 
Byrd Stadium 
College Park, MD 



-"Terrapin 




iFMfe 



N. Carolina . . 
MARYLAND 



7 7 10 7 = 31 
14 7 3 = 24 



UNClst Qtr 9:23 Natrone Means 27-yaid run, Tripp Pignetti PAT 

M2nd Qtr 4:57 John Kaleo 1-yard run, David DeArmas PAT 

M2nd Qtr 0:46 Frank Wycheck 20-yard run, David DeArmas PAT 

UNC2nd Qtr 0:15 Steven Jerry 28-yard reception from Jason Stanicek 
Tripp Pignetti PAT 

M3rd Qtr 13:03 Frank Wycheck 1-yard run, David DeArmas PAT 

UNC3rd Qtr 9:09 Natrone Means 76-yard run, Tripp Pignetti PAT 

UNC3rd Qtr 1:52 Tripp Pignetti 24-yard field goal 

M4th Qtr 12 17 David DeArmas 24-yard field goal 

UNC4th Qtr 10:57 Randall Felton 13-yard reverse run 
Tripp Pignetti PAT 



STARTERS 










Offense 






Defense 




SE 


Marcus Badgett 




OLB 




Darren Colvin 


IT 


Steve Ingram 




T 




Darren Drozdov 


LG 


Kevin Arline 




NG 




Jim Panagos 


C 


Jade Dubis 




E 




Mark Sturdivant 


RG 


Ron Staffileno 




LB 




Chad Wiestling 


RT 


David Dunne 




ILB 




Mike Jarmolowich 


FL 


Richie Harris 




ILB 




Tim Brown 


FL 


Dan Prunzik 




LC 




Mike Lacy 


WR 


Wade Inge 




RC 




Gene Green 


SU-B 


Doug Burnett 




SS 




Bill Inge 


QB 


John Kaleo 




FS 




Scott Rosen 


Maryland Defense 










Scott Rosen 




10 UT 




8 AT 


18 TT 


Bill Inge 




HUT 




2 AT 


13 TT 


Mike Jarmolowich 


6UT 




6 AT 


12 TT 



Team Statistics 


Maryland 


North Cai 


First Downs 


27 


23 


Rushmg 


11 


15 


Passing 


14 


7 


Penalty 


2 


1 


Rushing Attempts 


37 


53 


Yards Gained Rushing 


174 


371 


Yards Lost Rushing 


27 


22 


Net Yards Rushing 


147 


349 


Net Yards Passing 


255 


174 


Passes Attempted 


58 


23 


Passes Completed 


31 


9 


Had Intercepted 


3 





Total Offensive Plays 


95 


76 


Total Net Yards 


402 


523 


Average Gam Per Play 


4.2 


69 


Return Yards 


22 


14 


Fumbles: Number-Lost 


1-0 


1-1 


Penalties: Number- Yards 


3-34 


9-65 


Interceptions: Number- Yards 


0-0 


3-3 


Number of Punts-Yards 


7-248 


7-314 


Average Per Punt 


35.4 


44.9 


Punt Returns: Number-Yards 


4-22 


4-11 


Kickoff Returns: Number- Yards 


5-89 


3-36 


Possession Time 


30:22 


29:38 


Sacks By-Yards 


2-10 


2-20 


Third Down Conversions 


5-20 


7-18 


Fourth Down Conversions 


1-1 


1-2 



Individual Statistics 

PASSING 

Terps: John Kaleo, 31-58-3, 255 Yards, 0TD Long 21 
Heels: Mike Thomas, 4-13-0, 35 Yards, 0TD, Long 13 
Jason Stanicek, 5-10, 139 Yards, 1TD, Long 28 

RUSHING 

Terps: Frank Wycheck, 19-102, 2TD, Long 20 

Doug Burnett, 5-13, 0TD, Long 5 
Heels: Natrone Means, 31-252, 2TD, Long 76 

Mike Thomas, 5-28, 0TD, Long 15 

RECEIVING 

Terps: Marcus Badgett, 5-40, 0TD, Long 14 
Richie Harris, 4-47, 0TD, Long 14 
Jermaine Lewis, 7-42, 0TD, Long 21 

Heels: Randall Felton, 3-52, 0TD, Long 22 
Bucky Brooks, 2-44, 0TD, Long 22 

PUNTING 

Terps: David DeArmas, 7-248, 35.4 avg, Long 42 

Heels: Mike Thomas, 7-314, 44.9 avg, Long 51 

FIELD GOALS 

Terps: David DeArmas, 1-2, Long 24 

Heels: Tripp Pignetti, 1-1, Long 24 

RETURNS 

Terps: Richie Harris. 4-22, 0TD, Long 8 (punt returns) 

Raphael Wall, 5-89, 0TD, Long 26 (kickoff returns) 
Heels: Randall Felton, 4-11. 0TD. Long 5 (punt returns) 

Attendance: 22.099 

Weather: 47 : , northeast winds at 14 mph. cloudy and damp 



74 



Terplayback 1992 Florida State 



November 7 — Florida State 69, Maryland 21 
Doak Campbell Stadium 
Tallahassee, FL 




Maryland 
FLORIDA STATE 



7 7 7 = 21 
14 28 20 7 = 69 



FSUlst Qti 8:37 Charlie Ward 8-yard run, Dan Mowrey PAT 

Mist Qtr 4:34 Richie Harris 23-yard pass from John Kaleo 

David DeArmas PAT 

FSUlst Qtr 1:21 William Floyd 1-yard run. Dan Mowrey PAT 

FSU2nd Qtr 12:53 Kevin Knox 15-yard pass from Charlie Ward 
Dan Mowrey PAT 

FSU2nd Qtr 9:03 Kez McCorvey 35-yard pass from Charlie Ward 
Dan Mowrey PAT 

FSU2nd Qtr 5:50 Clyde Allen 3-yard run, Dan Mowrey PAT 

FSU2nd Qtr 1:57 Kevin Knox 21-yard pass from Charlie Ward 
Dan Mowrey PAT 

FSU3rd Qtr 1 1 :50 Lonnie Johnson 6-yard pass from Charlie Ward 
Dan Mowrey PAT 

FSU3rd Qtr 7:03 Tiger McMillon 44-yard run, Dan Mowrey PAT 

M3rd Qtr 5:26 Jermaine Lewis 38-yard pass from John Kaleo 

David DeArmas PAT 

FSU3rd Qtr 4:30 Clyde Allen 4-yard run, Dan Mowrey PAT Blocked 

FSU4th Qtr 12:49 Zack Crockett 32-yard run, Dan Mowrey PAT 

M4th Qtr 8:25 Frank Wychek 3-yard run, David DeArmas PAT 



STARTERS 
Offense 

SE 

LT 

LG 

C 

RG 

RT 

FL 

FL 

WR 

SU-B 

QB 



Marcus Badgett 
Steve Ingram 
Kevin Arlme 
Jade Dubis 
Ron Staffileno 
David Dunne 
Richie Hams 
Dan Prunzik 
Wade Inge 
Doug Burnett 
John Kaleo 



Defense 

OLB 

T 

NG 

E 

LB 

ILB 

HB 

LC 

RC 

SS 

FS 



Darren Colvin 
Darren Drozdov 
Jim Panagos 
Mark Sturdivant 
Chad Wiestling 
Mike Jarmolowich 
Tim Brown 
Mike Lacy 
Gene Green 
Bill Inge 
Scott Rosen 



Maryland Defense 

Chad Wiestling 6 UT 

Rich Phoenix 4 UT 

Madison Bradley 4 UT 



1 AT 
3 AT 
3 AT 



7TT 
7TT 



Team Statistics 


Maryland 


Florida State 


First Downs 


27 


40 


Rushing 


10 


16 


Passing 


15 


22 


Penalty 


2 


2 


Rushing Attempts 


33 


43 


Yards Gained Rushing 


135 


416 


Yards Lost Rushing 


34 


20 


Net Yards Rushing 


101 


396 


Net Yards Passing 


335 


462 


Passes Attempted 


42 


42 


Passes Completed 


27 


29 


Had Intercepted 








Total Offensive Plays 


75 


85 


Total Net Yards 


436 


858 


Average Gain Per Play 


5.8 


10.1 


Return Yards 





(-4) 


Fumbles: Number-Lost 


0-0 


0-0 


Penalties: Number-Yards 


6-40 


11-96 


Interceptions: Number-Yards 


0-0 


0-0 


Number of Punts-Yards 


6-216 


0-0 


Average Per Punt 


36,0 


00 


Punt Returns: Number-Yards 


0-0 


l-(-4) 


Kickoff Returns: Number-Yards 


8-171 


4-53 


Possession Time 


31:03 


28:57 


Sacks By-Yards 


1-7 


5-17 


Third Down Conversions 


5-15 


9-12 


Fourth Down Conversions 


1-3 


0-0 



Individual Statistics 

PASSING 

Terps: John Kaleo, 20-33-0, 262 Yards, 2TD Long 38 

Scott Milanovich, 7-9-0. 73 Yards, 0TD, Long 29 
Noles: Charlie Ward. 26-37-0. 395 Yards, 4TD, Long 35 

Mike Baker, 1-1. 28 Yards, 1TD, Long 28 

RUSHING 

Terps: Frank Wycheck, 17-62, 1TD, Long 12 

John Kaleo, 12-37, 0TD, Long 12 
Noles: Clyde Allen, 5-103. 2TD, Long 24 

Charlie Ward, 6-83, 1TD, Long 20 

RECEIVING 

Terps: Dan Prunzik, 8-119, 0TD, Long 24 

Jermaine Lewis, 6-79, 1TD, Long 38 

Russ Weaver, 2-50. 0TD, Long 29 
Noles: Tamanck Vanover, 7-107, 0TD. Long 21 

Kevin Knox, 5-83. 2TD. Long 21 

PUNTING 

Terps: David DeArmas, 6-216. 36.0 avg, Long 49 

Noles: None 

FIELD GOALS 

Terps: David DeArmas, 0-1 

Noles: None 

RETURNS 

Terps: Jermaine Lewis, 6-157. 0TD. Long 31 (kickoff returns) 

Doug Lawrence. 1-8, 0TD. Long 8 (kickoff returns) 
Noles: Tiger McMillon, 1-17. 0TD. Long 17 (kickoff returns) 

Tamanck Vanover. 1-15, 0TD, Long 15 (kickoff returns) 
Attendance: 64.127 

Weather: 45\ partly sunny 



75 



■ 



r 14 - Maryland 53, Clemson 23 
Byrd Stadium 
College Park, MD 




Terrapin 



HALL OF FAME BOWL 
SUN BOWL ,Su R «" ? om 
TON BOWL 
GATOR BOWL 




Clemson 

MARYLAND. 

CUlst Qtr 
CUlst Qtr 
M2nd Qtr 
M2nd Qtr 

CU2nd Qtr 
M2nd Qtr 

CU2nd Qtr 
M3rd Qtr 

CU3rd Qtr 
CU3rd Qtr 

M3rd Qtr 

M3rd Qtr 

CU4th Qtr 

M4th Qtr 

M4th Qtr 



3 9 5 6 
20 19 14 



23 
53 



8:17 Nelson Welch, 30-yard field goal 
12:03 Nelson Welch 52-yard field goal 
11:20 John Kaleo 1-yard run, David DeArmas PAT 
8:21 Jermaine Lewis 69-yard pass from John Kaleo 

David DeArmas PAT 
6:44 Nelson Welch 43-yard field goal 
4:03 Marcus Badgett 38-yard pass from John Kaleo 

2-Point Conversion run failed 
0:03 Nelson Welch 32-yard field goal 
12:12 Ron Staffileno 11-yard run (Fumblerooskie) 

David DeArmas PAT 
7:48 Nelson Welch 32-yard field goal 
4:56 Safety, David DeArmas runs out of end zone on 

punt attempt 
1:12 Dan Prunzik 17-yard pass from John Kaleo 

David DeArmas Kick Failed 
0:37 Frank Wycheck 6-yard run, 

2-Point Conversion run failed 
12:27 Patrick Sapp 3-yard run 

2-Point Conversion run failed 
10:05 Marcus Badgett 15-yard pass from John Kaleo 

Fred Ensign PAT 
7:18 Richie Harris 22-yard pass from John Kaleo 
Fred Ensign PAT 



STARTERS 
Offense 

SE 

LT 

LG 

C 

RG 

RT 

FL 

FL 

WR 

SU-B 

QB 



Marcus Badgett 
Steve Ingram 
Kevin Arline 
Jade Dubis 
Ron Staffileno 
David Dunne 
Richie Harris 
Dan Prunzik 
Wade Inge 
Doug Burnett 
John Kaleo 



Defense 

OLB 

T 

NG 

E 

LB 

ILB 

ILB 

LC 

RC 

SS 

FS 



Darren Colvin 
Darren Drozdov 
Jim Panagos 
Mark Sturdivant 
Chad Wiestling 
Mike Jarmolowich 
Tim Brown 
Mike Lacy 
Gene Green 
Bill Inge 
Scott Rosen 



Maryland Defense 

Angel Guerra 10 UT 

Mike Jarmolowich 8 UT 

Chad Wiestling 9 UT 



6 AT 
6 AT 
2 AT 



16 TT 
14 TT 
11 TT 



Team Statistics Maryland 

First Downs 29 

Rushing 13 

Passing 15 
Penalty 1 

Rushing Attempts 45 

Yards Gained Rushing 194 

Yards Lost Rushing 39 

Net Yards Rushing 155 

Net Yards Passing 418 

Passes Attempted 41 

Passes Completed 27 
Had Intercepted 1 

Total Offensive Plays 86 

Total Net Yards 573 

Average Gain Per Play 6.7 
Return Yards 2 

Fumbles: Number-Lost 1-0 

Penalties: Number- Yards 1-15 

Interceptions: Number- Yards 1-2 

Number of Punts-Yards 2-54 

Average Per Punt 27.0 

Punt Returns: Number-Yards 0-0 

Kickoff Returns : Number- Yards 4-111 

Possession Time 27:38 

Sacks By-Yards 2-15 

Third Down Conversions 12-19 

Fourth Down Conversions 2-2 

Individual Statistics 



Clemson 

26 

13 

12 

1 

43 

157 

37 

120 

273 

55 

25 
1 

98 

393 

4.0 

25 

2-1 
9-106 
1-25 
3-114 
38.0 

0-0 
9-198 
32:22 
4-25 
5-12 

2-4 



PASSING 

Terps: John Kaleo, 27-41-1, 418 Yards, 5TD Long 69 

Tigers: Patrick Sapp, 25-55-1, 273 Yards. 0TD, Long 29 

RUSHING 

Terps: Frank Wycheck, 30-162, 1TD, Long 462 

Ron Staffileno, 1-11, 1TD, Long 11 
Tigers: Rodney Blunt, 16-67, 0TD, Long 15 

Rudy Harris, 10-37, 0TD, Long 11 

RECEIVING 

Terps: Marcus Badgett, 9-184, 2TD, Long 64 

Richie Harris, 9-71, 1TD, Long 22 

Dan Prunzik, 3-51, 1TD, Long 19 
Tigers: Terry Smith, 9-126, 0TD, Long 28 

Derrick Witherspoon, 5-53, 0TD, Long 29 

PUNTING 

Terps: David DeArmas, 2-54, 27.0 avg, Long 35 

Tigers: Nelson Welch, 3-114, 38.0 avg, Long 44 

FIELD GOALS 

Terps: David DeArmas, 0-1 
Tigers: Nelson Welch, 5-6, Long 52 

RETURNS 

Terps: Jermaine Lewis, 4-111, 0TD, Long 33 (kickoff returns) 

Scott Rosen, 1-2, 0TD, Long 2 (interception returns) 
Tigers: Greg Hood, 3-86, 0TD, Long 49 (kickoff returns) 

Andre Humphrey, 5-95, TD, Long 27 (kickoff returns) 

Attendance: 25,223 

Weather: 41°, northwest winds at 14 mph, sunny and cold 



76 



Terplayers, Letterwinners 



"A" 

Abbott, Robert 1971 
Abdur-Ra'oof, Azizuddm 

1984. '85, '86, 87 
Absher. Dick 1964. '65 '66 
Adams, Chester 1908 
Adams. Donald 1925, '26 '27 
Adams, Ron 1963, '64 
Adams. Steve 1981 
Agent. Mark 1986, '87. '88, '89 
Aitcheson, Leither 1917 
Aitcheson. Whitney 1913. '14 
Albarano, Ralph 1937, 38, '39 
Albrecht, George 1952, '53 '54 
Albnttain, Lemuel 1902, '03 
Alderton, Gene 1955. '56, '57 
Alderton, John 1950, '51. '52 
Alexander. Richard 1941 
Alkire, John 1973. '74 
Alston, O'Brien 1984, '85, '86. '87 
Ambrusko, Ken 1962, '64 '65 
Amend. David 1984. '85, '86, '87 
Anderson, Mike 1985, '86, '87, '89 
Andorka. Bill 1934 
Andrews, Ohn 1908, '09. '10 
Andrus, Robert 1946 
Annan, Nick 1992 
Arbutma, Matt 1963, '64 '65 
Anzzi, Ernie 1961, '62, '63 
Arlme. Kevin 1990. '91. '92 
Armsworthy, Frank 1950 
Arnold. Bob 1984. '85. '86. 87 
Askew, Lewis 1984, '85, '86 
Athey, Ronald 1955, '56 
Atkins, Steve 1975, '76, '77, '78 
Atkinson, Jess 1981, '82, '83, '84 
Augsburger, Pete 1948, '49. '50 
Auhsi. Ed 1980, '81, '82 
Aulisi, Joe 1980, '81, '82 
Austin, Gerald 1982 
Avellim, Bob 1972. '73, '74 
Axt, R. W. (Dutch) 1915. '16. '17 

"B" 

Bach. Billy 1966 

Badanjek, Rick 1982, '83, '84, '85 

Badgett, Marcus 1990, '91, '92 

Barford, Harold 1925. '26, '27 

Bagianoff, Larry 1963, '64, '65 

Baierl, Ralph 1953, '54 

Bailey. Caleb (Zeke) 1918, '19, '20, 

'21, '22 
Bailey, Joe 1984, '85 
Baker, Brian 1981. '82, '83 
Baker, Charles 1906 
Baker. Pat 1965. '66, '67 
Baldante. John 1978, '79 
Baldwin, Clarence 1981, '82. '83 
Banner. Murais 1960, '61. '62 
Bannon, J. G. 1892, '93, '94 
Barbiasz, Chris 1979. '80 
Barkalow. Gerald 1945 
Barlund. Dick 1959, '60. '61 
Barnes. George 1941. '42, '45 
Barnes, Hank 1969, '70. 71 
Barom. John 1947, '48 
Barntt, Ed 1952 
Bartlett. W. D. 1923 
Bates. Duane 1944 
Battagha. Sam 1967 
Bauer, J. W. 1908 




Captain Harold (Biff) Bafford: 
25, 26, '27 

Beamer, Francis 1938, '39 
Beardsley. Al 1956, '58 
Beasley, Mike, 1987, '88 
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 
Bell, Fred 1896, '97 
Bell, Karl 1965 
Bell, Bobby 1976 
Benner, Willis 1932, '33 
Bennett, Gordon 1960 
Benson, Kevm 1972, 73, 74, 75 
Benson, Shawn 1982, '83 
Benson, Todd 1978, 79, '80 
Berger, Louis (Bosey) 1930, '31 
Bernardo, Ralph 1943 
Berry, Harold 1940, 41 
Bertha, Brandon 1991, '92 
Besley, Kirk 1922, '24.'25 
Betty, Dale 1958, '59, '60 
Betz, Theodore 1948, '49, '50 
Bielski. Dick 1952. '53. '54 
Bilanciom, 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 
Blount, Alvin 1983, '84, '85, '86 
Bobenko, Alex 1943 
Boehly, Bret 1987, '88, '89, '90 
Boeri, Walter 1951, '52 
Bonus. John 1962 
Boinis, Pete 1958. '59. '60 
Bolton. Ed. 1949. '50 
Bonato. John 1986, '87 
Bond, Carl 1985 
Bonk, Hany 1945, '46, '47, '48 
Bonnet, Arthur 1924, '25 
Boothe, Dan 1942 
Boring, Les 1980, '81 
Bosley. John 1905 



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

Bovlc, 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, Jack 1987, '88, '89, '90 

Bradford, Robert 1949 

Bradley, J. A. 1898, '99 

Bradley, Madison 1992 

Bradley, Walter 1933 

Bragg, Jamie 1992 

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 

Bray, Leon 1986 

Brechiel, 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 

Brkovich, Joe 1981. '82, '83 

Brogho, Paul 1947, '48 

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

Brougher, Don 1952, '53, '54 

Broumel, Tom 1960 

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

Brown, Donald 1984, '85 

Brown, Gumest 1979, '80, '81, '82 

Brown, Hugh 1991 

Brown, James (J. B.) 1985, '86, '87, '88 

Brown, Robert 1937, '38, '39 

Brown, Tim 1992 

Brown, Tom 1960, '61, '62 




Kevin Benson: 72, '73, 74, '75 



Brubaker. Eric 1975 

Brunson, Wayne 1985, '86, '87, '88 

Bryan, Thomas 1901 

Bryant. William 1937 

Brzostowski, Art 1965. '66, '67 

Budkoff, Nick 1936, '37 

Bullock, Keith 1985 

Bungon, Dan 1971. 72, 73 

Burdelski, Steve 1983 

Burgee, Dick 1953. '54. '55 

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

Burgess. Tom 1977, 78, 79 

Burgley, Bill 1956, '57 

Burke, Pat 1968, '69, 70 

Burke, Steven 1983 

Burke, Terry 1983. '84, '85, '86 

Burlm, Ralph 1939, '40, '41 

Burmeister, Doug 1984 

Burnett. Doug 1991, '92 

Burns, Jimmy 1910 

Burruss, Lloyd 1976, 77, 78. '80 

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, 78,. 79, '80 

"C" 

Calandra, William 1971 

Caldwell, Rodney 1982 

Callahan, Charles 1933, '34, '35 

Calta, Keith 1976, 77, 78 

Campbell, Joe 1973, 74, 75. 76 

Carina, Jan 1978, 79, '80 

Caruss. Ernest 1919, '20. '21 

Carlson, Rick 1966, '67, '68 

Carney, Mike 1978, 79, '80 

Can, Brad 1974 75, 76, 77 

Can, David 1988, '89 

Canoll, Charles 1957 

Carroll, Douglas 1899 

Carter, A. R. 1914 

Carter, Crawford 1918 

Carter, Louis 1972, 73, 74 

Carter, Vernon 1983 

Castro. Dale 1978, 79. '80 

Cashwell. Dorsey 1897, '98 

Chacos, Louis 1942 

Chadick, Mike 1968 

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

Chamberlain, Glenn 1977, 78 

Chapman, Ted 1984, '85, '86 

Charland, Doug 1992 

Chiavenm, Len 1962, '63 

Chisan, Thomas 1943, '44, '45 

Chovanes. Eddie 1941, '42. 46 

Chnstianson, Dave 1951 

Church, C. Grant 1897, '99 

Church, L. M. 1905 

Ciambor, Steve 1967, '68, '69 

Cianciulli, Steve 1978 

Cianelli, Dave 1949, '50. '51 

Cichowski. Tom 1963. '65. '66 

Cielensky. Mike 1973. 

Claiborne, Jonathan 197' 

Clark, Morrison 1920 

Cloud, Everett 1958, '59, '60 



77 



is, Bert 1916 

ing 1914, '15, '16 

t, l ( ob 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, '78, 79 
Colteryahn, Lloyd 1951, '52 
Colton, George 1984, '85 
Cohan, Darren 1990, '91, '92 
Condie, Dennis 1960, '61 
Condon, John 1949 
Conrad, Dave 1974, '75, '76 
Conrad, Luther 1940, '41, '42 
Conroy, Brian 1984 
Continetti, Reno 1943, '44 
Cooke, Ed 1955, '57 
Cooke, Sam 1897, '98, '99 
Cooper, Barney 1905, '06, '07 
Cooper, Fred 1964, '65, '66 
Cooper, Joe 1991, '92 
Cooper, Larry 1943, '44 
Corcoran, Jim 1962, '64, '65 
Cordyack, John 1940, '41 
Corvino, Mike 1979, '80, '81, '82 
Cory, Ernest 1907, '08 
Cosgrove, Tom 1950, '5.1, '52 
Coster, H. Q. 1916, '17, '18 
Couch, George 1942 
Covington, Al 1982, '83, '84, '85 
Covington, Bryant 1983, '84, '85, '86 
Cozzi, Richard 1975 
Cowdrey, Chris 1970, '71, '72 
Cox, Doug 1983, '84 
Crapster, Jack 1908 
Crecca, Joseph 1932, '33 
Crompton, Barnes 1892, '93 
Crosland, Robert 1945, '46 
Crossan, Dave 1960, '61, '62 
Crothers, Qmar (Gus) 1926. '27, '28 
Crytzer, Marty 1951, '52, '53 
Cummins, Richard 1978, '79 

"D" 

D'Addio, Dave 1979, '80, '82, '83 
D'Amico. Matt 1985, '86, '87, '88 
D'Atn, Pat 1984, '85 
Dailey, Darnell 1978, '79, '81 
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 
Davis, Russell 1981, '82, '83 
Dean, Robert 1948, '49, '50 
DeArmas, Dan 1988, '89, '90, '91 
DeArmas, David 1992 
DeArmey, Frank 1935, '36, '37 
DeArmey, John 1938 
deBruin, Dave 1991, '92 
DeCarlo, Dan 1974, '75 
DeCicco, Nick 195^ '56, '57 
DeMoss, James 19b 
Decker, Don 1951, '52 
Deckman, Joe 1930 
Demczuk, Bernard (Sonny) 1968, '69 
Dennis. Russell 1953, '54, '55 



Dent, Gilbert W. 1990 

Dent, Gil 1926 

DePaul, Bobby 1982, '83 

Derrick, H. B. 1914, '1516 

DeStephano, Robert 1950, '51, '52 

Detko, Chester 1960, '61. '62 

Devon, Joe 1898 

Dewitz, Brant 1979, '80 

DiCapno, Richard 1973, '74 

Dick, Larry 1975, '77 

Dickey, Edmund 1900 

Dietnch, Leroy 1958, '59, '60 

Dietz, Guy 1973, '74 

Dil, Chris 1965 

Dill, John 1967, '68, '69 

DiMana, Phil 1989 

DiOno, Joe 1967, '68 

Dittmar, Jack 1941, '42 

Divito, Paul 1973, '74, '75 

Doak, Harry 1906. '07 

Dodson, Charlie 1927, '28, '29 

Dominic. Brian 1971 

Donas, Kevin 1983, '84 

Donofno, Ralph 1966, '67 

Doory, Frank 1943, '44 

Dotter, Don 1977, '78 

Douglas, John 1976, '77 

Drach, Joseph 1945, '46, '47 

Dragan, Doug 1984 

Drass, Pat 1959, '60, '61 

Dnmal, Chuck 1967 

Drozdov, Darren 1988, '89, '91, '92 

Drozdov, Olaf 1962, '63, 64 

Dubis, Jade 1991, '92 

DuBois, Oscar 1942 

Duda, Mark 1979, '80, '81, '82 

Dudish, Mickey 1976, '77, '78 

Duley, Tom 1931 

Dunbar, Emmons 1900, '01, '02 

Dunham, Duane 1984, '85, '86,'87 

Dunne, Dave 1991, '92 

Durbm, Mark 1981 



Dutton, Ken 1967, '68, '69 
DuVall, Mearle 1939, '40, '41 
Dwyer, Frank 1939 
Dyer, John 1968, '69,70 
Dyson, Gene 1955 

"E" 

Earley, Harold 1949 

Edel, Sam T. 1919 

Edmunds, Ferrell 1984, '85, '86, '87 

Edwards, Jason 1986 

Edwards, Karl 1987, '88, '89. '90 

Edwards, Tony 1983, '84, '85 

Ellinger, Charlie 1934, '35, '36 

Ellis, Gary 1978, 79 

Emerson, Darryl 1982 

Emnch, William 1971 

Ennis, Lou 1933, '34, '35 

Ensign, Fred 1992 

Eppley, Geary (Swede) 1919, '20 

Erhard, Jerry 1970, 72 

Esiason, Norman 1981, '82, '83 

Eubanks, Howard 1979, '80, '81, '82 

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 

Faucette, Chuck 1983, '84, '85, '86 

Fazio, Ron 1982, '83, '84 

Fanz, Scott 1978, 79, '80 

Farrell, Albert 1932 

Fasano, Rick 1978, 79, '80 

Fastuca, Sal 1944 

Feher, Gene 1961, '62, '63 

Fehr, Walter 1945, '46 

Felton, Ralph 1951, '52, '53 

Ferrante, Joe 1961, '62, '63 

Fesmeyer, Charles 1901, '02 

Fiedor, John 1973 






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Captains Dick Bielski and John Irvine: '52, '53, '54 



Russell Davis: '81, '82, 83 

Fincke, Edward 1950 

Finkle, Edward 1988 

Finkle Chris, 1988 

Firor, Guy 1905. '06 

Fischer, Stanley 1952 

Fisher, Ralph 1973, 74, 75, 76 

Fisher, William 1930 

Fishman, Jerry 1963, '64 

Fitzpatnck, Paul 1967, '68, '69 

Fleece, Rick 1988, '89, '90 

Fletcher, Andy 1916, '17 

Fletcher, Dwayne 1958, '59, '60 

Fletcher, Edward 1935, '36 

Flick, Paul 1942 

Flor, Tom 1957, '58, '59 

Flores, Jaime 1992 

Flynn, Tim 1953, '54, '55 

Forbes, John 1957, '58 

Ford, James 1977 

Forrester, James 1937, '38 

Foster, Daniel 1975 

Fotta, Bill 1976 

Fowlkes, Kevin 1987, '88 

Fox, Hank 1949, '50, '51 

Franciscus, Tony 1989 

Franklin, Jamie 1972, 75 

Frattaroli, Joe 1962, '64 

Friedgen, Ralph 1968 

Fries, Greg 1968, '69, 70 

Fntsch, John 1955, '56, '57 

Fritz, Errule 1945, '46 

Fromang, Steve 1970, 71, 72 

Fry, Clarence (Chick) 1949, '50, '51 

FuUerton, Ed 1950, '51, '52 

Fuller, Clifton 1892, '93, '94 

Fulton, Ed 1973, 74, 75, 76 

Funk, Mike 1962 

Furman, Jeff 1984 

Furman, Tyrone 1981, '82, '83 

Furst, Walter 1911 

"G" 

Gaam. Tim 1986, '87 
Gaetz, Norman 1944 
Gaines. Mike 1970, 71, 72 
Gall, Ed 1977, 78, 79, '80 
Gallagher, Bob 1958 
Gait, Pete 1905 
Gambino, Lou 1946, '47 
Garber, Chip 1975, 76, 77 
Gardi, Joe 1957, '58, '59 
Gareis. Hank 1967, '68, '69 



78 



Terplayers, Letterwinners 



Garner, Enoch 1902 
Garrott, William 1933. '35 
Gawlick, Fred 1965, '66, '67 
Gayzur, Rudolph 1949 
Gebhardt, John 1967, '68 
Gelbaugh, Stan 1984, '85 
Getz, Harry 1935 
Gibbons, Charles 1896, '97 
Gibson. Ray 1962 
Gienger, Craig 1970 
Gienger, George 1939, '40 
Gierula, Chester 1947, '48. '49, '50 
Gilbert, Herbert 1918, 19, '20, '21 
Gill, Vernon 1903, '04 
Gillespie, Bill 1967, '69 
Gilmore, Jack 1962, '63 
Gilmore. John 1940, '42 
Gioia. Bob 1980, '81 
Giuliano, Joe 1986, '87 
Glamp, Paul 1976, '78. '79 
Glamp, Pete 1978, '79, '80 
Gleasner, Donald 1945 
Glenn, O'Neil 1990 
Glover, Kevin 1982. '83. '84 
Goldman. Luther 1933 
Goode, Joel 1989, '91 
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 
Gray, Eugene 1992 
Green, Dean 1988, '89 
Green, Eugene 1992 
Greene, Tony 1968, '69, '70 
Greer, William 1944, '45 
Gregory, Larry 1979 
Gretz. Harry 1933 
Grey, Chris 1978, '79 
Gross, James 1981, '82, '83 
Groves, John (Boots) 1919, '20, '21, 

'22, '23 
Guckeyson, BUI 1934, '35, '36 
Guena, Angel 1992 
Gunderman, Bobby 1982, '83, '84 
Gunderman, Ed 1965, '66 
Gunderman, Tom 1957, '58, '59 
Gundry, Jesse 1921 

"H" 

Hack David 1991 

Hacker, Bob 1959, '60, '61 

Hafer, Robert 1943 

Hagen, James 1977 

Hagerman. Tom 1942 

Haley. Bob 1967, '68 

Hall, Irving (Bottle) 1923, '24 

Hamilton, Fred 1955, '56. '57 

Hamley. James 1969 

Hanes. Noms 1990 

Hannigan. John 1961. '62 

Hanulak. Chet 1951, '52, '53 

Harbert. Doug 1975, '76, '77 

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

Hardisty. John 1899, 1900 

Harraka, Greg 1982, '83, '84 

Hanell, Greg 1984 

Hams, Denck 1974 

Hams, George 1893, '94 

Hams, Leon 1976 




Herb Hoffman: 52, '53, '54 

Harris, Richie 1989, '91, '92 
Harrison, Roland 1892, '93, '94 
Hart, R. G. 1915 
Hatfield, Norm 1962, '63 
Hatter, Jim 1956, '57, '58 
Hatton, Hannibal 1905, '06 
Haussmann, Kevin 1978 
Havener, Chris 1980 
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 
Heme, George 1923, '24 
Heintz, William 1928, '29 
Helbock, Bill 1942 
Henning, Dan 1985, '86 '87 
Herzog, Fred 1924, '25 
Hetnck, John 1966 
Heunng, 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 
Hill, Greg 1982, '83, '84 
Hillis, Robert 1943 
Hinebaugh, Wade 1896, '97 
Hindman, F.R. 1913, '14, '15 
Hines, Frank 1898, '99 
Hines, Frank, Jr. 1932 
Hines, Greg 1989, '90, '91 
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, Gil 1982, '83, '84 
Hoffman, Herb 1952, '53, '54 
Hoffman, Jeff 1989 
Hofland, Mark 1986, '87, '88, '89 
Hoge, Hamilton 1906 
Holder, Enc 1983, '84. '85 
Holinka, Jeff 1983, '84, '85 
Hoiks. Michael 1987, '88, '89, '90 
Holobetz, Corey 1992 
Hons. Craig 1970 
Hoopengardner. Joe 1940, '42 



Hoover. Kim 1973, '74, '75 
Hopson, Mike 1990, '91 
Horning, Joe 1951, 52, '53, '54 
Hough, John 1922, '23, '24 
Hrezo, Joe I960, '61. '62 
Hufman, Jack 1942 
Hughes, Bill 1984, '85, '86 '87 
Hughes, Leroy 1972. '73, '74, '75 
Humphries, Howard 1963, '64, '65 
Hunt. Max 1940 
Hunteman, Charles 1912, '13 
Hurd, Art 1951, '52 
Hurson, Edward 1943 
urn 

Idzik, John 1947. '48, '49, '50 
Iglehart, John 1905 
Igus, Chris 1983, '84 
Imphong, Mike 1967 
Inge, Bill 1990, '91, 92 
Inge, Wade 1992 
Ingram, Steve 1990, '92 
Irvine, John 1952, '53, '54 

"J" 

Jackson, Fred 1946 
Jackson, Troy 1990. '91 
James, Robert 1941, '42, '46 
Jameson. George 1906 
Jankowski, Gary 1960, '61, '62 
Jarmolowich, Michael 1989, '90, '91, '92 
Jarmoska, George 1940, '41, '42 
Jefferson, Ben 1985 '87, '88 
Jennings, Ricky 1973, '74, '75 
Jernigan, Cy 1971, '73 
Johnson, Barry 1987, '88. '89, '90 
Johnson, Charles 1976, '77, '78 
Johnson, Dave 1911, '12, '13 
Johnson, Ed 1965 
Johnson, Louis 1990, '91 
Johnson, Sam 1978, '79, '80 
Johnston, Richard 1945, '46 
Johnson, Ricky 1988, '89 
Joines, Vernon 1985, '86 '87, '88 
Jones, Clarence 1987, '88, '89, '90 
Jones, David 1971 
Jones, Lendell 1981, '82, '83 
Jones, Stan 1951, '52, '53 
Joyce, Fred 1962, '63, '64 
Joyce, Jim 1957, '58, '59 
Joyce, Jim 1981, '82, '83 
Joyner, Willie 1981, '82, '83 

"K" 

Kaleo, John 1992 
Kane, Ed 1966, '67, '68 
Karangalen, Peter 1943 
Kamash, Stanley 1948, '49, '50 
Kaufman, Norman 1959, '60 
Kecman. Dan 1967, '68, '69 
Kecman, Ron 1970, '71, 72 
Keith, Jeff 1949, '51 
Keenan, Charles 1930, '31, 32 
Keenan, John 1926, '27, '28 
Kafauver, Hany 1898, '99 
Kelly, Harold 1970 
Kelly, Steve 1983, '84, '85, '86 
Kemp, William 1909, '10, 11 
Kenley, Frank 1896, '97, '98 
Kenny, John 1964. '65 
Kensler, Ed 1948, '49. '50, '51 
Kem, Fred 1957, '58 
Kershner. Ted 1956. '57. '58 
Kessler. Gordon 1926, '27, '28 



Kichman, Charles 1956 
Kieman, 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 
Kiselak, Mike 1987, '88, '89 
Kishpaugh, W.M. 1913, '14, '15, '16 
Klaube, Ted 1975, '76, '77 
Klein, Robert 1984, '85, '86, '87 
Klingerman, Doug 1964, '65 
Kloppmeyer, Charles 1906 
Knight, Chris 1983, '85 
Knight, John 1988 
Knode, Bobby 1916, '17, '18, 19 
Knode, Ken 1911, '12, '13, '14, '15 
Koch, Peter 1981, '82, '83 
Koehler, Hugh (Pop) 
1909, '10, '11, '12 
Koelle, Raymond 1930, '31 
Kolarac, George 1954, '55, '56 
Kolencik, Frank 1979, '80, '81, '82 
Kolodne, Walter 1943 
Komlo, BUI 1956 

Koprowski, Marion 1973, '74, '75 
Koziol, Steve 1976, '77, '78 
Krahling, Chick 1964. '65 
Krajcovic, Jess 1929, 30, '31 
Kramer, Marvin 1949, '50 
Kramer, Paul 1953 
Kraus, Joe 1983, '84 
Kreider, John 1979, '80, '81 
Kremus, Jason 1991 
Kronberg, Vic 1982 
Krouse, BUI 1939, '40 
Krouse, Raymon 1947, '48, '49, '50 
Kubany, Glenn 1968, '69 
Kuchta, Joe 1948, '49, '50 
Kurz, Jim 1946 
"L" 

Lacy, Michael 1992 
Ladygo, Peter 1950, '51 
LeHayne, Alfred 1975 
Landolt, Dean 1968 
Laneve, Ron 1957, '58 
Lange, Robert 1973, '74 
Lamgan, Pat 1924, '25 
Larkin, Bob 1980 
Larkin, Edward 1971 




John Hannigan: '61, '62 



79 



s, Letterwinners 



■ 




Neal Olkewicz: '76, '77, '78 

LaRue, James 1947, '48, '49 
Lary, Ralph 1977, '78, '79, '80 
Latham, Ector, 1922, '23 
Lattimer, Charles 1951, '52, '53 
Laughery, Bob 1952 
Lavine, Stanford 1948, '49 
Lavmsky, Jim 1965, '66, '67 
Lawrence, Doug 1990, '91, '92 
Lawrence, George 1938, '39 
Lawrence, James 1968 
Lawrynas, Ben 1992 
Lawson, J. W. 1892 
Layman, Bob 1956, '57, '58 
Lazaro, Bill 1958, '59 
Lazzanno, Joe 1954, '55 
Leatherman, John 1926 
LeGore, Walter 1904 
Lewis, Dickie 1956, '57, '58 
Lewis, Gomer 1924 
Lewis, Grenville 1894, '96 
Lewis, Jermaine 1992 
Lewis, Mike 1979, '80, '81, '82 
Lewis, Ron 1962, '63 
Liebold, Leland 1952 
Lillibndge, John 1896, '97 
Lilly, Hank 1963 
Lindsay, Paul 1951 
Linkous, Fred 1925, '26, '27 
Lishack, Michael 1971 
Livingston, Phil 1978, '79 
Lloyd, Edward 1938, '39 
Lombard, Henry 1928, '29 
Loncar, Ed 1977, '78 
Loomis, Lynn 1912, '13 
Lorton, Kyle 1979, '80 
Lovett, Billy 1966, '67, '68 
Lowery, Bren 1986 '87, '88, '89 
Luckey, George 1923, '24 
Lumsden, Milton 1939, '40 
Lunn, Cameron (Tubby) 1906, '07 
Lutz, James 1943 
Lynch, Leonard 1981 '82, '84, '85 

"M" 

Maarleveld, John 1984, '85 
Mac Bride, Bob 1969, 70 
MacDonald, Alexander 1916, '17, '18, 

'19, '20 
MacDonald, John 1932 
Mace, Ron 1962 
Mack. Sharrod 1992 
Mackall. Thomas 1904, '05, '06, '07 



Mackert, Roy 1919, '20 
Maddox, Alvm 1976, '77, '78 
Madigan, George 1928, '29 
Mahmc, Robert 1969, '70 
Mam, Wilber 1956, '57 
Makar, James 1943 
Maletzky, Bill 1951, '52 
Mallonee. Lloyd 1942 
Manges, Mark 1974, 75, 76, 77 
Marchetti, Nick 1986, '88 
Marchetto, Peter 1977 
Marcimak, Walt 1964, '65 
Marino, Chris 1983 
Markoe, Dave 1964 
Marrone, Dave 1990, '91, '92 
Marshall, Larry 1969, 70, 71 
Martell, James 1970, 71, 72 
Martin, Andy 1963, '64 
Martin, Bill 1957, 58 
Martin, Charles 1963, '64 
Martine, Roy 1950, '51 
Mason, Mark 1990, '91, '92 
Massey, Paul 1946 
Massey, Tom 1898 
Massie, Leonard 1969, 70, 71 
Matera, Brian 1977, 78, 79 
Matthews, J. Marsh 1900, '01, '02 
Matthews, James 1989 
Mattia, Peter 1968, '69, 70 
Mattis, Bob 1982 
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, Bill 1981, '82 
McFadden, Earl 1943 
McGonnigal, Brett 1988 
McHale, Tom 1983 
McHugh, Thomas 1947, '48, '49, '50 
McLaughlin, Tom 1935 
McLuckie, Tom 1952, '53, '54 
McManus, Edward 1970, 71 
McNeil, Paul 1940 
McNutt, 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 
Medile, Sam 1979, '80 
Meister, Bill 1968, '69, 71 
Melcher, Dick 1963, '65 
Melcher, Mick 1963, '64, '65 
Merntt, Roland 1968, '69 
Mesner, Bruce 1983, '84, '85, '86 
Mess, R. W. 1913, '14 
Michael, R. M. 1916 
Mier, Jack 1941, '42 
Mike-Mayer, Steve 1972, 73, 74 
Miles. Larry 1984, '85 
Milkovich, Bob 1979, '80, '81 
Miller, Charlie 1929 
Miller, Chris 1973, 74 
Miller, Doug 1982 
Miller, Gary 1963 



Miller, Mike 1975, 76 
Miller, Tom 1969, 70, 71 
Milling, James 1984, '85, '86 '87 
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 
Morhmweg, Fred 1917 
Morris, Scott 1943 
Morris, William (Country) 1912, '13 
Morrison, Clark 1921 
Mortensen, Carl 1966 
Morter, LaRoy 1945. '46 
Morton, Carl 1986 
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, 78 
Muller, Mike 1980. '81, '82 
Mulliken, Clarence 1894 
Murphy, Bill 1972, 73 
Murphy, Joe 1939, '40 
Murphy, Scott 1975 
Myers, Dutch 1918, '19 
Myrtle, Chip 1964, '65, '66 
Myslmski, Tom 1965, '66, '67 

"JV" 

Nairn, Roland 1950 
Nalewak, Ron 1964, '65 
Namath, Frank 1990 
Nardo, Anthony 1942 
Nardo, Dave 1962, '63 
Nash, John 1973, 74, 75 




Alan Pastrana: '65, '66, '68 



Nash, John 1980, '81, '82 

Navarro, Frank 1950, '51, '52 

Naylor, Ralph 1900, '01, '02 

Neal, Tommy 1983, '84, '85, '86 

Nelligan, Bert 1896 

Nelson, Richard 1932, '33, '34 

Nelson, Richard 1986 '87, '88 

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

Nestor, Paul 1951, '52 

Neville, Al 1971, 72, 73 

Nick, Glenn 1977 

Nickla, Ed 1958 

Niederhelman, Joe 1982, '83 

Nolan, Dick 1952, '53 

Norris, John 1930, '31 

Norton, Patrick 1992 

Novak, Dick 1959, '60, '61 

Nusz, Dave 1953, 54, '55 

"0" 

Oberle, Ken 1987, '88, '89, '90 
Oberlin, Lyman 1914, '15, '16 
Ochap, Gene 1974, 75, 76 
O'Connor, Ed 1952 
Odell, Dave 1976 
O'Donnell, Dick 1954 
O'Donnell, Neil 1987, '88, '89 
Oertly, Fred 1893 
O'Hara, Dennis 1968, '69, 71 
O'Hare, Tim 1978 
Oifebeson, Whitney 1915 
Olecki, Bruce 1967, '69 
Olavarria, Luis 1992 
Olkewicz, Neal 1976, 77, 78 
Orta, Ralph 1989, '90, '91 
Osborn, Downey 1923, '24 
Osier, Jerry 1962 
Owen, Norman 1943 

'ipn 

Pacella David 1979, '80, '81, '82 
Pagannucci, Romeno 1919, '20, '21 
Page, Calvin 1901 
Page, Glenn 1987, '88, '89, '90 
Palahumk, George 1952, '53, '54 
Palanda, Michael 1977 
Palmer, Bruce 1976, 77, 78 
Panagos, Jim 1991, '92 
Pancza, Joe 1967 
Papuchis, John 1978 
Paredes, Ramon 1985, '86 
Parker, Alvm 1924, '25 
Parker, David 1989 
Parker. Tommy 1983, '84, 85, '86 
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 
Pellegrini, Bob 1953, '54, '55 
Pennington, Victor 1914 
Perlo, Phil 1955, '57 
Peters, Francis 1898, '99, 1900 
Petitbon, Richie 1984, '85. '86. '87 
Petronaci, John 1971 
Petruzzo, Joseph 1950, '51 
Petry, Phil 1964, '65 
Pettit, Bill 1964 
Philips, Al 1946, '47, '48 



80 



Terplayers, Letterwinners 




Stan Rogers: 72. '73, '74 



Phillips. Vance 1990 

Phoenix, Richard 1992 

Pietrowski. Joseph 1945 

Piker. Robert 1945 

Pinck, Guy 1904 

Piper. Dan 1960. '61, '62 

Pirronello, William 1943 

Pitzer, John 1930 

Plank, Kevin 1992 

Plasnig, Dutch 1921 

Plevin, Tom 1966, '67. '68 

Plocki, Dan 1985. '86 '87, '88 

Pobiak, Ed 1948. '49. '50 

Poling. William 1945. '46 

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

Polyanski. Stan 1955 

Pompey, Kevin 1990 

Poniatowski, Hank 1959, '60. '61 

Poppelman, Ray 1930. '31, '32 

Posy. Gilbert 1909, 10, 11 

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

Pouleur, A. L. 1902, '03 

Powers. Warren 1985. '86 '87. '88 

Prough, Pearse 1892, '93 

Prunzik, Dan 1989. '90, '91, '92 

Psira, Ken 1960 

Pue, Dick 1892, '93 

Pugh, Bill 1981 

Pugh. Charlie 1927 

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

Purvis, Bart 1971, 72, '73 

"Q" 

Quander, Timmy 1982 
Queen, C J 1896 



Raba, Robert 1973, '74, '75, '76 
Radice, Julie 1928. '29 
Rae. Tom 1960, '61, '62 
Raedy, Mike 1918, '19 
Ratliff, Don 1970, 71, '72 
Reagan. Ron 1989. '90. '91, '92 
Regan. Edward 1992 
Reich. Frank 1983, '84 
Reilly. Charles 1969, 70. 71 
Reilly. Jack 1960 
Reitz. Mike 1972 
Renaldo. Chns 1982. '83 
Rhodes, Don 1977 
Ribinitzki. Fred 1929 



Rich, M N 1915. '16 
Richards, Dean 1975, 76, 77, 78 
Richey, James 1975 
Ridgely. Charles 1897 
Ridgley. Terry 1982, '84 
Riendeau, Brian 1980. 81 
Rigby, Cornell 1992 
Rigby. Elmer 1940, '41, '42 
Riggleman, Mickey 1972. 73 
Riggs, M Talbot 1919 
Roberts, Augie 1927, '28, '29 
Roberts, George 1928 
Roberts, Guy 1969, 70, 71 
Robertson, Gilbert 1899 
Rock, Walter 1960, '61, '62 
Rock, Wilbur 1943. '44 
Rodenberger, Jeff 1979, '80, '81 
Rodgers. Michael 1992 
Rog, Ed 1962 
Rogers. Bill 1983, '84 
Rogers, Jerry 1978. 79 
Rogers, Stan 1972, 73, 74 
Rollins, W T. 1892, '93, '94 
Romano, Frank 1972, 73, 74 
Rooney. Thomas 1930 
Rose, Blaine 1986, '87, '88, '89 
Rosen, Scott 1989, '90, '92 
Rosenthal, Malcolm 1944 
Roth, Earl 1947, '48, '49 
Rothrock, Mark 1986 
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 
Rugg, John 1985, '86 '87, '88 
Rushnak, Bob 1989 
Rusevlyan, Bob 1956, '57, '58 
Russell, Frank 1972, 73, 74 
Ryan, Charley 1943 



Sabrowski, Jon 1984, '85. '86 
Sachs. George 1933, '34, '35 
Sadler. Alan 1982, '83 
Salgado. Rich 1989 
Salley, Ernie 1974. 75. 76, 77 
Sampson, Neal 1984, '86 
Sandusky, Mike 1954, '55. '56 
Sandwisch. Jim 1990, '91 
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 
Saylor. Scott 1986, '87, '88. '89 
Scarbath, Dick 1958 
Scarbath. Jack 1950, '51, '52 
Schaefer, Rich 1963, '64 
Schick, Tom 1973, 74, 76 
Schmaltz, Richard 1974, 76 
Schmitt, Jeff 1983 
Schankweiler, Scott 1983, '84,'8S 
Schnebley, Robert 1942 
Schneider. Leroy 1943 
Schoenherr, Charley 1943 
Schrecongost. John 1945 
Schroy, Ken 1972, 73, 74 
Schultz, Eddie 1983, '84 
Schultz, Ferdinand 1945 
Schultz, John 1973, 74, 75 
Schwartz, Robert 1975 
Schwartz, Victor 1957, '58, '59 
Schwarz, Edward 1945, '46, '47, '48 
Schwarz, Kurt 1957, '58, '59 
Scioscia. Kamey 1949, '50, '51 
Scott, George 1976, 77 
Scott. Ken 1971, 72, 73 
Scott. Sean 1984. '85, '86 '87 
Scott, Vmcent 1958, '59, '60 
Scotti, Ben 1956. '57, '58 
Scotti, Tony 1958. '59 




Walter White C73. '74) and Frank Russell C72, '73, '74) 



Scnber, Spencer 1980, '82, '83 
Scnber, Stephon 1984. '85, '86 
Seder, Larry 1975, 76. 77 
Seppy. Bill 1957. '58 
Seibert, Vemon 1946, '47, '48. '49 
Selep, Tom 1954, '56 
Semler, Eddie 1920, '21, '22 
Senft, Brad 1978, 79, '80 
Senior, Jethro 1980 
Settino, Joe 1931 
Seymour, Art 1970, 71, 72 
Shaffer, Dick 1939, '40 
Shaffer, James 1976. 77, 78, 79 
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 
Shoffler, Karl 1988 
Shugars, Jeff 1969. 70, 71 
Shure, Richard 1985, '86, '87 
Sievers, Enc 1976, 77, 78, '80 
Silvester, Edward 1909 
Silvester, Lindsay 1908, '09 
Simler, George 1946, '47 
Simmons, Jonathan 1981, '82, '83 
Simoldom, Joe 1965, '66 
Simon, Mike 1976, 77, 78 
Simpson, John 1932, '33. '34 
Simpson, Mike 1962 
Skarda, Jim 1955, '56 
Skinner. W. W. 1892 
Skotmcki, Frank 1937, '38, '39 
Slamnka, Richard 1968, '69, 70 
Smith, Blair 1935, '36, '37 
Smith, Bib 1939, '40 
Smith, Bob 1972, 73, 74 
Smith, Eager 1899 
Smith, Irvin 1985, '86, '87. '88 
Smith, Jamie 1916 
Smith, Ken 1960. '61, 62 
Smith. Les 1944, '45 
Smith, Wesley 1902, '04 
Sniscak, Bemie 1946 
Snyder, Gerald 1926. '27, '28 
Snyder, Leo 1917, '18. '20 
Snyder, Robert 1933 
Sobel, Mark 1981 
Sochko, Mike 1975, 76. 77 
Solt, Ron 1981, '82. '83 
Sonntag, Ralph 1967, '68, '69 
Soporowski. Raymond 1969, 70, 71 
Soma. John 1984, '85, '86 '87 
Sothoron, Norwood 1932, '34 
Speer, Talbot 1915 



81 



ers, Letterwinners 



■ 



.986, '87, '88, '89 
ger, Bruce 1965 
fdney 1909 
a, Dan 1950, '51, '52 
Staffileno, Ron 1990, '91, '92 
Staia, Dom 1952 
Staifort, Carl 1933, '34, '35 
Staines, Pat 1987 
Stalnaker, Wally 1967, '68, '69 
Stanford, John 1975, '76, '77 
Stankus, Ray 1951/52 
Steele, Derek 1989, '90, '91 
Stefi, Tom 1955, '56, '57 
Sterner, Ted 1969, '70, '71 
Stem, George 1964, '65 
Stephens, Todd 1981 
Sterling, Rob 1986 
Stem, George 1963 
Stevens, Jimmy 1917 
Stevens, Myron 1925, '26 
Stevenson, Brett 1990, '91, '92 
Stewart, Larry 1977, '78, '79 
Stickel, Lou 1965, '66, '67 
Stoh, Wilbur 1901, '02, '03, '04 
Stonebraker, Jack 1934, '35 
Strano. Tony 1991 
Stuart, Adam 1946 
Stubbs, J. S. 1916, '17, '18 
Stubljar, Mike 1967, '68. '69 
Stump, Doug 1989, '90 
Stull, James 1967, '69 
Sturdivant, Mark 1990, '91, '92 
Suchy, Bob 1955, '56 
Suggs, Ed 1991 
Sukeena, Dick 1961 
Sullivan, Bob 1963, '64, '65 
Sullivan, Jerry 1917, '18, '19, '20 
Sullivan, Sean 1983, '85, '86 
Suplee, Mitch 1988, '89, '90, '91 
Supplee, Bill 1923, '24, '25 
Surgent, Mike 1935, '36, '37 
Swingle, Dan 1984 
Sydnor, Chad 1985, '86, '87, '88 
Symons, Thomas '1898, '99 



Tamburello, Frank 1954, '55 

Tarbutton, Clyde 1914, '15, '16 

Targarona, Jack 1949, '50 

Tate, Darnell 1970 

Tauszky, Carroll 1907 

Taylor, David 1981 

Taylor, Kevin 1982 

Terney, Edward 1925, '26 

Terranova, David 1992 

Terry, Richard 1943 

Teslovich, Michael 1943 

Teter, John 1992 

Thomas, Al 1968, '69, '70 

Thomas, Gene 1990, '91 

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

Thomas, Mike 1988, '89, '90, '91 

Thompson, Greg 1983, '84 

Tice, John, 1979, '80, '81, '82 

Tice, Mike 1978, '79, '80 

Tiesi, James 1970, '71 

Tme, Chuck 1965, '66, '67 

Toler, Dick 1945 

Tomasetti, Vmce 1980, '81, '82 











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i 




£*-*■ 



Chailie Weidinger: '36, '37, '38 

Tomhn, Eddie 1989 
Tonetti, Paul 1955, '56, '57 
Torain, Ernie 1965, '66, '68 
Trachy, John 1964, '65, '66 
Trax, G P. 1910, '11 
Trexler, Charles 1951, '52 
Trimble, Steve 1978, '79, '80 
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 
Tye, Scott 1982, '84, '85 

"U" 

mam, James 1977, '78 
Ulam, Pat 1972, '73, '74 
Ulman, Bemie 1939, '40, '41 
Underwood, Eddie 1900 



Vanderhout, Greg 1979, '80, '81 
Van Heusen, Billy 1965, '66, '67 
Van Horn, Marhn 1977, '78, '80 
Van Reenan, Don 1960 
Van Sickler, Gary 1968, '69 
Vaughn, Andre 1990, '91, '92 
Vellano, Paul 1971, '72, '73 
Venezia, Harry 1980, '81, '82, '83 
Verardl, Gene 1957, '58, '59 
Vereb, Ed 1953, '54, '55 
Vesce, John 1973, '74 
Vessels, Johnny 1990 
Vierra, Ken 1985 
Vince, Larry 1966, '68 
Vincent, Reginald 1940, '41, '42 
Vmcent, Rufus 1932 
Visaggio, Dave 1972, '73, '74 
Vucin, Milan 1964, '65. '66 



"W 

Wagenheim, Phil 1973, '74 
Walker, Arnold 1987 
Walker, Bill 1953, '54, '55 
Walker, Clarence 1894 
Walker, Frank 1900 
Walker, Kevm 1984, '85, '86, '87 
Wall, Raphael 1992 
Waller, Ron 1952, '53, '54 
Walsh, Mark 1986, '87, '88, '89 
Walter, John 1920 
Walters, Harry 1973, '74 
Walton, Robert 1936, '37 
Ward, Bob 1948, '49, '50, '51 
Ward, Christ 1976, '77, '78 
Ward, Frank 1908, '09 
Ward, Kevin 1972, '73 
Warfield, Jack 1939 
Warfield, Joshua 1900, '01 
Waseleski, Barry 1984 
Washington, Larry 1991 
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 
Weaver, Russ 1992 
Webb, Thomas 1932, '33 
Webster, Fletcher 1903 
Webster, Larry 1988, '89, '90, '91 
Weiciecowski, John 1953 
Weider, 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 
Wethmgton, Ray 1970, '71, '72 
Wharton, Al 1954, '55, '56 
Wharton, Jim 1939, '41 
Wharton, Thomas 1893, '94 




Hubie Werner. '42, '47, '48 



Whelchel, David 1925 
White, Charles 1911 
White, Charles 1975, '76, '77 
White, Donald 1962 
White, F. M. 1908 
White, Floyd, 1970, 71 
White, Harry 1912 
White, Randy 1972, 73, 74 
White, Walter 1973, 74 
White, Wellstood 1904 
Whittle, Tim 1979, '81, '82 
Whittier, Scott 1986, '87, '88, '90 
Widmyer, Earl 1932, '33, '34 
Wiestlmg, Chad 1990, '91, '92 
Wikander, Gary 1961 
Wilkins, Joe 1979, '80, '81, '82 
Wilhamowsky, William 1943 
Williams, A, V. 1915, '16 
Williams, E. P. 1910, '11, '12, '13 
Willis, Vic 1934, '35, '36 
Wilson, Len 1912 
Wilson, Eric 1981, '82, '83, '84 
Wilson, James 1986, '87 
Wilson, Mark 1980, '81 
Wilson, Roger 1905, '06, '07 
Wilson, Tim 1974, 75, 76 
Wingate, Elmer 1947, '48, '49, '50 
Wingfield, Wayne 1979, '80, '81, '82 
Winslaw, J. L. 1903 
Wolfe, Percy 1943 
Wolfe, William 1935, '36, '37 
Wonderack, Arthur 1926, '27, '28 
Wood, Enck 1992 
Wood, William 1930, '32 
Woods, Al 1930, '31, '32 
Woodward, A, N. 1910 
Wooters, William 1892, '93, '94 
Wortfnngton, Arthur 1892 
Wright, Darryl 1984, '85, '86, '87 
Wright, Jack 1941, '42, '46 
Wright, Todd 1979, '81 
Wyatt, Kervin 1976. 77, 78, 79 
Wycheck, Frank 1990, '91, '92 
Wyres, James 1970, 71 
Wysocki, Charlie 1978, 79, '80, '81 

IIWII 

Yarnell, Dennis 1971 
Yeager, Charles (Buddy) 
1933, '34, '35 

Yeates, Mike 1975, 76, 77 
York, Bob 1964, '65, '66 
Young, Walter 1921. '22, '23 
Younge, Joe 1972, 74. 75 

"Z" 

Zachary, Pete 1973, 74, 75 
Zannoni, Steve 1972, 73, 74 
Zernhelt, John 1974, 76. 77 
Zetts. Michael 1943 
Zizakovic, Lubo 1988, '89, '90, '91 
Zillman, Pat 1979, 80, '81 
Zolak, Scott 1989. '90 
Zulick, Charlie 1936 
Zuhck, Earl 1925 '26 '27 



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Terpassages, Won-Loss Log With Opponents 



Terp Won 

w 

Air Force Acad 2 

Alabama 1 

Alex. High 1 

American Univ , . .. 

Auburn Univ 1 

Bainbndge Training ,. . 1 

Baltimore City Col 2 

Baltimore Med Col .. 

Baltimore Poly 3 

Baylor Univ 1 

Bethel Mil Acad 1 

Boston College 1 

Boston Univ 2 

Business High 1 

Carnegie Tech 

Catholic Univ 8 

Central High 6 

Charlotte Hall Mil 1 

Chicago Univ 

Cincinnati 2 

Clemson Univ 20 

Clifton Ath. Club 1 

Columbia Ath. Club ... 

Connecticut 1 

Curtis Bay Coast Guard 

Delaware 3 

Dinkinson Col 1 

Duke 19 

Duquesne Univ 1 

Eastern High 4 

Episcopal High 

Florida 6 

Flonda State 

Fortress Monroe 

Fredericksburg Col 2 

Gallaudet 9 

Georgetown Univ 6 

Georgetown Prep 1 

George Washington 10 

Georgia 3 

Georgia Tech 1 

Gibraltar Ath. Club .... 

Gonzaga High 1 

Greenville (SO AAB 1 

Guilford Col 1 

Gunton Tern. Bapt. Ch. 1 

Hampden Sydney 2 

Haverford Col 

Houston 

Indiana State 1 

Indiana Univ 

Johns Hopkins 16 

Kentucky 3 

Lakehurst Nav. Air Sta. 1 

Louisiana State Univ. . 3 

Louisville 3 

U.S. Marine Barracks . . 1 



Loss Log with Opponents 



o o 





1 





1 

1 



1 







1 


19 2 









1 





5 


1 








16 

















3 





11 





3 








1 








6 


1 


9 





1 





3 





2 


1 


4 





1 





1 























2 





2 





1 











2 





11 


5 


2 


2 



























W L T 

Merchant Marine Acad 1 

Miami (Fla ) 7 6 

Miami (Ohio) 1 

Michigan 2 

Michigan State 14 

Minnesota 1 

Mississippi 1 1 

Mississippi State 1 

Missouri 6 

Mt of St Joseph's Col 2 

Mt. St. Mary's Col 2 2 1 

Mt. Washington Club . 1 

Navy 5 14 

New York Univ 2 

North Carolina 25 29 1 

N.C. State 23 22 4 

Ohio Univ 1 

Oklahoma Univ 4 

Old. Univ. of Md 3 2 1 

Olympia Ath. Club 1 

Orient Ath Club 1 

Pennsylvania 1 4 

Penn State 1 34 

Penn Military 3 1 

Pittsburgh 3 2 

Princeton 2 

Randolph-Macon Col . 2 

Rich Army Air Base . . . 1 

Richmond Univ 11 5 2 

Rock Hill Col 3 1 

Rutgers Univ 4 3 

St. Johns Col 18 11 

South Carolina 17 11 

SMU 2 

Swarthmore Col 1 

Syracuse 14 17 

Tech. High 5 2 

Tennessee 2 5 

Texas 3 

Texas A&M 2 

Third Army Corps 1 

TulaneUniv 2 2 

UCLA 1 1 

Vanderbilt 4 8 

Villanova 8 2 

Virginia 37 18 

Virginia Mil. Inst 14 9 

Virginia Tech 14 9 

Wake Forest 29 11 

Walbrook Ath. Club. ... 1 

Washington & Lee 13 5 

Washington Col 18 3 

West Virginia 14 14 

Western High 

WestemMd 18 13 

William & Mary 1 2 

Yale Univ 2 8 











2 

2 I 



1 



2 

1 | 

2 

1 

1 



1 




Forty years ago Bernie Faloney quarterbacked Maryland to the 
national title, and earned Academic All-America. 







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Jonathan Claiborne was on board for the 1970s rise of Ter 
football, and earned Academic All-America as a safety. 



83 



Terp Won-Loss Log, Coaches Records 



1894 
1895 
1896 
1897 
1898 
1899 
1900 
1901 
1902 
1903 
1904 
1905 

1906 
1907 

1908 
1909 

1910 

1911 

1912 
1913 
1914 
1915 
1916 
1917 
1918 
1919 
1920 



Head Coach 

•W. W. Skinner 
*S. H. Harding 
*J. G. Bannon 
No Team 
'Grenville Lewis 
•John Lillibridge 
*J. F. Kenly 
*S. M. Cooke 
F. H. Peters 
*E. B. Dunbar 
D. John Markey 
D. John Makey 
D. John Markey 

D. John Markey 

Fred Nielsen 
C. G. Church & 
C. Melick 
Bill Lang 
Barney Cooper & 

E. Larkin 
R. Alston 



Donnelly I 



Byrd 
Byrd 
Byrd 
Byrd 
Byrd 
Byrd 
Byrd 
Byrd 
Byrd 



W L T 

3 

6 

3 3 



(18-17-4) 

5 3 
3 6 



H. C. Byrd 



8 
5 



4 3 1 
4 4 2 



Year 

1921 
1922 
1923 
1924 
1925 
1926 
1927 
1928 
1929 
1930 
1931 
1932 
1933 
1934 

1935 
1936 
1937 

1938 
1939 

1940 

1941 
1942 
1943 
1944 

1945 

1946 



Head Coach 

H C Byrd 
H. C. Byrd 
H. C. Byrd 
H C. Byrd 
H. C. Byrd 
H C. Byrd 
H. C. Byrd 
H. C. Byrd 
H. C. Byrd 
H. C. Byrd 
H. C. Byrd 
H. C. Byrd 
H. C. Byrd 
H. C. Byrd 



W 

3 
4 
7 
3 
2 
5 
4 
6 
4 
7 
8 
5 
3 
7 



Jack Faber 
Jack Faber 
Jack Faber 

Frank M Dobson 
Frank M Dobson 

Jack Faber, 

Al Heagy 

Al Woods 

Clark Shaughnessy 

Clarence Spears 

Clarence Spears 

Paul "Bear" Bryant 

Clark Shaughnessy 



T 
1 
1 
1 
3 
1 
1 

1 
2 

1 



(117-82-15) 

7 2 2 

6 5 

8 2 
(21-9-0) 

2 7 

2 7 

(4-14-0) 

2 6 1 

3 5 1 

7 2 

4 5 
1 7 1 

(5-12-0) 
6 2 1 

(6-2-1) 
3 6 

(3-6-0) 



Year 
1947 
1948 
1949 
1950 
1951 
1952 
1953 
1954 
1955 

1956 
1957 
1958 

1959 
1960 
1961 
1962 
1963 
1964 
1965 

1966 



Head Coach 

Jim Tatum 
Jim Tatum 
Jim Tatum 
Jim Tatum 
Jim Tatum 
Jim Tatum 
Jim Tatum 
Jim Tatum 
Jim Tatum 

Tommy Mont 
Tommy Mont 
Tommy Mont 

Tom Nugent 
Tom Nugent 
Tom Nugent 
Tom Nugent 
Tom Nugent 
Tom Nugent 
Tom Nugent 

Lou Saban 



1969 Roy Lester 

1970 Roy Lester 

1971 Roy Lester 



W 

7 
6 
9 
7 

10 
7 

10 
7 

10 

2 
5 
4 

5 
6 
7 
6 
3 
5 
4 



1967 Bob Ward 

1968 Bob Ward 2 



(75-15-4) 
7 1 

5 

6 
(11-18-1) 

5 



1972 
1973 



Jerry Claiborne 5 
Jerry Claiborne 8 



(36-34-0) 

6 
(4-6-0) 
9 

8 
(2-17-0) 

7 

9 
9 

(7-25-0) 
5 1 
4 



Year 

1974 
1975 
1976 
1977 
1978 
1979 
1980 
1981 

1982 
1983 
1984 
1985 
1986 

1987 
1988 
1989 
1990 
1991 



Head Coach 

Jerry Claiborne 
Jerry Claiborne 
Jerry Claiborne 
Jerry Claiborne 
Jerry Claiborne 
Jerry Claiborne 
Jerry Claiborne 
Jerry Claiborne 

Bobby Ross 
Bobby Ross 
Bobby Ross 
Bobby Ross 
Bobby Ross 

Joe Krivak 
Joe Krivak 
Joe Krivak 
Joe Krivak 
Joe Krivak 



1992 Mark Duffner 



100 Year Totals 



W 
8 
9 

11 
8 
9 
7 



' Teams Coached by Captains 



(72-37-3) 

4 



(39-19-1) 



(20-34-1) 

3 8 

(3-8-0) 

503 447 42 




Maryland took a shot at the national title in 1985 with one of its great backfields — Tommy Neal, Rick Badanjek and Alvin Blount. 



84 



Terpassages, 992 Gaines 





1892 (0-3-0) 


1898 (2-5-0) 










1903 (7-41) 






Oa 16 


at St. Johns L 0-50 


Columbian U 


L 


5-17 


Oa. 


11 


U ofMd 


W 


110 




Johns Hopkins L 0-62 


Oa. 15 at West Md 


L 


0-32 


Oa. 


14 


Tech Hi 


W 


270 




(Clifton Park.Baltimore) 


Eastern High 


W 


40 


Oa 


22 


at Columbian U 


W 


6-0 


Nov 19 


Episcopal High L 0-16 


Gallaudet 


L 


0-33 


Oa. 


27 


Georgetown 


L 


0-28 






Johns Hopkins 


L 


0-16 






Clifton Ath. Club 


W 


50 




1893 (6-0-0) 


at Episcopal High 


L 


0-37 






Gunton Tern. 


W 


21-0 


Oa 11 


Eastern High W 36-0 


Rock Hill Coll 


W 


270 






at St Johns 


L 


0-18 




Cential High W 100 








Nov. 


2 


Wash Col 


W 


28-0 




Bait. City Coll. W 18-0 


1899 (1-4-0) 

Oa. 14 West Md 






Nov. 


15 


West Md 


W 


6-0 


Nov 1 
Nov 12 


St. Johns W 60 
West Md W 18-10 


L 


0-21 


Nov. 
Nov 


18 
27 


at Mt St. Mary's 
Delaware Coll. 


L 
L 


0-2 
016 




Oriental Ath Club W 16-6 


Oa. 25 Eastern High 
Oa. 28 at Johns Hopkins 


W 

L 


26-0 
0-40 






(Wilmington) 








1894 (3-3-0) 

W Md. Coll W 52-0 
at Wash Coll W 12-0 


Nov 8 Delaware Coll. 


L 


0-34 






1904 (2-4-2) 






Oa 12 


(Wilmington) 
Nov. 11 at St. Johns 


L 


0-62 


Sept. 
Oa 


26 
3 


at Georgetown 
Randolph Macon 


L 
T 


0-22 
0-0 
















Ftress Monroe 


T 


0-0 


Oa 27 


at St Johns L 22-6 
Georgetown W 6-4 
Col. Ath, Club L 0-26 


1900 (3-4-1) 






Oa. 


7 


at Mt St. Mary's 


W 


11-6 




Oa 13 Western High 


T 


0-0 


Oa. 


14 


West Md 


L 


0-5 




Oa. 21 Gib. Ath. Col. 


L 


0-17 






Gallaudet 


W 


22-5 




at Mt St Mary's L 0-24 
(Thanksgiving) 


Nov. 10 Georgetown Prep 


L 


0-5 


Nov. 


3 


U ofMd 


L 


0-6 




Nov 17 Georgetown Prep 


W 


15-0 


Nov. 


26 


Delaware Coll. 


L 


0-18 




1895 (0-0-0) 


Episcopal High 
Gonzaga 


L 

L 


6-34 

511 






(Wilmington) 








No Team 


Gonzaga 


W 


21-0 






1905 (6-4-0) 










Char. Hall Ac 


W 


21-0 


Oa. 


7 


Bait Poly In. 


W 


20-0 




1896 (6-2-2) 








Oa. 


14 


Gallaudet 


W 


16-0 




Eastern High L 0-6 


1901 (1-7-0) 






Oa. 


21 


West. Md 


L 


0-10 




Gallaudet T 0-0 


Oa 5 Delaware Coll. 


L 


6-24 


Oa. 


25 


at Navy 


L 


0-17 




Business High W 32-0 


Ott. 16 Gallaudet Reserves 


L 


10-11 


Oa 


28 


Mt. St. Joseph's 


W 


28-0 




Central High W 10-6 


Oa. 19 Johns Hopkins 


L 


0-6 


Nov. 


4 


at Wm 8i Mary 


W 


17-0 




Alexandria High W 18-0 


Oa. 26 Rock Hill College 


L 


611 


Nov 


11 


St. Johns 


W 


27-5 




Bethel M.A. W 20-10 


Nov 2 Central High 


L 


0-11 


Nov. 


18 


at Wash. Col 


L 


0-17 




Episcopal High L 0-6 


Nov. 12 U.S. Mannes 


W 


27-0 


Nov. 


25 


U. of Md 


W 


23-5 




West Md W 16-6 


Nov. 16 Walk Ath. College 


L 


0-36 


Nov. 


30 


at Delaware Coll. 


L 


012 




Central High W 14-0 


Nov 23 West. Md 


L 


0-30 














U of Md. T 0-0 












1906 (5-3-0) 








1897 (2-4-2) 


1902 (3-5-2) 






Sept. 


29 


Tech High 


W 


5-0 




Georgetown 


L 


0-27 


Oa. 


6 


Bait City Coll 


w 


22-0 




Central High W 24-6 


Mt. St. Joseph's 


W 


5-0 


Oa 


10 


at Navy 


L 


0-12 




Eastern High W 4-0 


Columbian U 


W 


11-10 


Oa. 


13 


Georgetown 


L 


0-28 




Johns Hopkins L 0-30 


Olympia Ath. Club 


w 


6-0 






(Griffith Stadium.Washington) 




Nov 13 


St. Johns L 4-6 


Wash. Coll. 


T 


0-0 


Oa. 


20 


at Mt. Wash. Coll. 


L 


0-29 




Gallaudet L 6-16 


Mt. St. Mary's 


L 


0-5 


Nov 


10 


at St Johns 


W 


20-4 


Nov 20 


Bait Med. Coll. L 0-10 


West. Md 


L 


6-26 


Nov. 


17 


at Rock Hill 


W 


16-0 




(Eleanc Park) 


U. of Md 
Johns Hopkins 
Delaware Coll. 


L 
L 
T 


0-5 

0-17 
0-0 


Nov. 


24 


Wash. Coll. 

1907 (3-6-0) 


W 


35-0 












Sept. 


28 


Tech High 


w 


13-0 










Oa 
Oa. 

Oa 


5 
9 
12 


Georgetown 
at Richmond Coll 
at Navy 
at Mt. St. Mary's 


L 

w 

L 
L 


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5-1 
0-12 
6-12 


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Oa. 
Nov. 


26 
9 


George Wash. W 

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10-5 


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Nov. 
Nov 


16 
23 


St. Johns 
at Gallaudet 


L 
L 


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0-5 


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1908 (4-7-0) 






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Central High 


W 


5-0 














Tech High 

at Richmond Coll. 


L 
L 


5-6 
0-22 










at Johns Hopkins 
Navy 


L 
L 


0-10 
0-57 














Gallaudet 


W 


5-0 


1 u 










at Fredncksburg 
Baltimore Poly 


W 

w 


10-0 
12-0 


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Wash. Coll 


L 
L 


0-31 
0-11 


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L 


0-57 


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Sept 


25 


Tech. High 


L 


0-11 








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Oa 


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9 


at Richmond Coll 
at Johns Hopkins 


L 
L 


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Oct 

oa 


16 
23 


Rock Hill 
George Wash. 
'Griffith Stadium V, 




Maryland's 


first official football team was funded by a SIO athletic fee assessed to all of 


its 80 students. This funding did not include the purchase of headgear, so the players 






N.C State 






compensated by letting their hair grow long for protection. 






Nov. 


6 


at Gallaudet 


w 





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1916 (6-2-0) 


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Sept. 


6 


Dickinson 


W 


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Sept. 


11 


Navy 


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Sept. 


25 


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L 


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St Johns 


W 


31-6 


















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Catholic U 


W 

w 


10-7 
13-9 
54-0 










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Nov. 


30 


at Johns Hopkins 


w 










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Oct 

Oct. 


6 
13 


Delaware Coll 


w 


20-0 










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L 


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Oct. 


20 


at V MI 


T 


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Oct 


27 


Wake Forest 


W 


29-13 










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Nov. 


3 


N.C.A&M 


L 


6-10 








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Nov. 


10 


St. Johns 


W 


13-3 










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Nov. 


17 


at Penn State 


L 


0-57 










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Nov. 


30 


at Johns Hopkins 


W 


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Oct. 


26 


1918 (4-1-1) 

American U 


L 


6-13 






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Nov. 


2 


at V M.I. 


W 


7-6 


w-- 














West. Md. 
(Homewood Field) 


W 


10-0 


The 1903 Aggies were not scored on 


at home vWiiie outscoring their opponents, 104-62. 














Nov. 


16 


N.Y.U. 


W 


6-2 






1910 (5-3-1) 

Central High 
at Richmond Coll. 
at Johns Hopkins 






Nov. 14 at Gallaudet L 23-0 


Nov. 


23 


St Johns 


W 


19-14 


Oct. 
Oct 


1 
8 


w 
w 

T 


12-0 
220 
11-11 


Nov 26 Perm MU. Coll W 26-0 
(Thanksgiving) 


Nov. 


28 


(Homewood Field) 
at Johns Hoplons 
(Thanksgiving) 


T 


0-0 


Oct 


15 


Catholic U. 


W 


20-0 


1915 (6-3-0) 






1919 (5-4-0) 






Oct 


19 


at George Wash. 


w 


6-0 


Sept. 25 Bait. Poly W 31-0 














(Griffith Stadium, Washington) 




Oct 2 at Haverford L 0-7 






Swaithmore 


L 


6-10 


Nov. 


12 


at V M.I. 


L 


0-8 


Oct 9 Catholic U. L 0-16 






at Virginia 


W 


13-0 


Nov. 


19 


at St. Johns 


L 


0-6 


Oct 16 Gallaudet W 10-3 


Oct. 


ie 


West. Va. 


L 


0-27 


Nov. 


24 


at West. Md. 


L 


3-17 


Perm MU. Coll. W 14-13 
Oct 30 St. Johns W 27-14 


Oct 
Nov. 


25 
1 


Va. Poly 
at Yale 


L 

L 


0-6 
0-31 






1911 (4-4-2) 






Nov 6 Wash. Coll. W 28-13 


Nov. 


8 


at St. Johns 


W 


27-0 


Sept. 


30 


Central High 
Tech. High 
Richmond 


L 
W 
W 


0-14 
6-0 
20-0 


Nov 13 West. Md W 51-0 
Nov 25 at Johns Hopkins L 0-3 
(Thanksgiving) 


Nov. 


27 


Catholic U. 
West. Md 
at Johns Hopkins 
(Thanksgiving) 


W 

w 
w 


13-0 
20-0 
13-0 


Oct. 


14 


Fredncksburgh Coll. 


W 


5-0 














Oct. 


21 


Johns Hopkins 


L 


3-6 














Oct 


28 


Catholic U 


T 


6-6 














Nov 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 


4 
11 
18 
25 


St. Johns 
at Wash. Coll. 
West. Md. 
Gallaudet 

1912 (6-1-1) 


L 
L 
L 
W 


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5-17 

6-0 

6-2 


















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W 


6-0 










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W 


13-0 






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at St Johns 
Gallaudet 
at West. Md 
at PMC 


W 
L 
W 
W 
T 


58-0 
0-27 
13-6 
17-7 
13-13 








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W 


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Sept. 


27 


1913 (6-3-0) 

Bait City Coll. 


W 


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Oct 


4 


Richmond Coll. 


W 


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Oct 
Nov. 


25 
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St. Johns 


L 

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13-0 




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Nov. 
Nov. 


14 
22 


Wash. Coll. 
Gallaudet 


W 
L 


20-0 
0-13 




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Nov. 


27 


PMI 


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Sept. 
Oct 


26 
3 


(Thanksgiving) 

1914 (5-3-0) 

Baltimore Poly. 
Catholic U. 


L 

W 


6-0 
6-0 




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Oct. 


10 


at West Md 


L 


13-20 














Oct 
Oct. 


24 
27 


at Johns Hopkins 
at St Johns 


W 
W 


14-0 
27-14 












■ 
















Nov. 


6 


at Wash Coll 


w 


3-0 


Maryland Agriculture College was first and I 


wemost 


a i 


nilitary school. This is 


the 


905 












edition of the football Pearl and Maroon in tt 


eir cadet d 


ress. 







86 



Terpassages, 992 Games 




The top individual highlight of the 1907 team was a 90-yard touchdown run by H.C. Byrd 
(holding football) against Gallaudet. 



Sept 
Oct 
Oct 
On 
Oct 
Oct 
Nov 
Nov 
Nov 



Oct 
On 
Oct 
Oct 

On 

Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov 



25 
2 
9 
16 
23 
30 
6 

ie 

25 



15 
22 



5 

12 
19 
24 



1920 (7-2-0) 

Randolph Macon 
at Rutgers 
at Pnnceton 
Wash Coll 
at Virginia Poly 
at North Carolina 
at Catholic U 
at Syracuse 
Johns Hopkins 



W 
L 
L 
W 
W 
W 
W 

w 
w 



540 
0-6 
0-35 
270 
7-0 
13-0 
14-0 
20-7 
24-7 



(Baltimore Stadium, Thanksgiving) 



1921 (3-5-1) 

at Rutgers 
at Syracuse 
St Johns 
Virginia Poly 

(Washington) 
North Carolina 

(Baltimore Stadium) 
at Yale 
at Catholic U. 
at Carnegie Tech 
N C State 



W 
L 
L 
W 



L 
W 
L 
T 



30 

0-42 

3-7 

10-7 

716 

0-28 
16-0 
0-21 

6-6 



Sept. 30 



On. 
On 
On 
On 
Nov 
Nov 
Nov 
Nov. 
Nov 



7 
14 
21 
28 

4 
11 
18 
25 
30 



(Baltimore Stadium, Thanksgiving) 

1922 (4-5-1) 

3rd Army Cor. W 7-0 

(Homewood Field) 

Richmond T 0-0 

at Pennsylvania L 0-12 

at Princeton L 0-26 

at North Carolina L 3-27 

at Vugina Poly L 0-21 

at Yale L 3-45 

at Johns Hopkins W 3-0 

at Catholic U. W 54-0 

at N.C. State W 7-6 

(Thanksgiving) 



Sept. 29 

Oct. 6 

On 13 

On. 20 



On 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov 
Nov. 



Sept 
On. 
On 
On 

On 
Nov 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 



Sept 
On 

On 
On. 
On 

Nov 
Nov 
Nov. 



27 
3 
10 
17 
24 
29 



27 
4 
11 
18 

25 

1 
8 

15 
27 



26 
10 

17 
24 
31 

7 
14 
26 



1923 (7-21) 

Randolph Macon 
at Pennsylvania 
Richmond 
Virginia Poly 

(Griffith Stadium, Washington) 
North Carolina 
St. Johns 
at Yale 
at N.C. State 
Catholic U. 
Johns Hopkins 

(Baltimore Stadium. Thanksgiving) 



w 


530 


w 


3-0 


w 


230 


L 


916 


W 


14-0 


W 


28-0 


L 


14-16 


w 


26-12 


W 


40-6 


T 


6-6 



1924 (3-3-3) 

Wash College 
Wash, and Lee 
Richmond 
at Virginia Poly 



W 
L 
W 
L 



(Central High Stadium. Washington) 



at North Carolina 
at Catholic U. 
at Yale 
N.C. State 
Johns Hopkins 



W 
T 
L 
T 
T 



23-0 
7-19 
38-0 
012 

6-0 
0-0 

0-47 
0-0 
0-0 



(Baltimore Stadium, Thanksgiving) 



1925 (2-5-11 
Wash College 
Rutgers 

(Philadelphia) 
at Virginia Poly 
at Virginia 
North Carolina 

(Baltimore Stadium) 
at Yale 

Wash and Lee 
Johns Hopkins 



W 

w 

L 
L 

L 

L 
L 
T 



13-0 
16-0 

0-3 

0-6 

016 

14-43 

3-7 

7-7 



(Baltimore Stadium, Thanksgiving) 



Sept 25 

On 2 

On 9 

On 16 



On 
On 
Nov 
Nov 
Nov 
Nov 



Sept 
On 
On 
On 
On 
On 
Nov 
Nov 
Nov. 
Nov. 

Dec 



Sept 
On 
On 
On 
On 
Nov 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov 
Nov 



Dec. 



Sept 
On. 
On 
On 
On 
Nov 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 

Nov. 
Dec 



Sept 
On 
On 

On, 
On 
On 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 

Dec 



22 

30 
6 

13 
20 
26 



24 

1 

8 

15 

22 

29 

5 

12 

19 

24 



29 
6 

13 
20 
27 
3 

10 
17 
24 

2'' 



Sept 


27 


On 


5 


On 


12 


On 


19 


On 


26 


Nov. 


2 


Nov. 


9 


Nov. 


16 


Nov 


21 



27 

4 

11 

18 

25 

1 

8 

15 

22 

27 

29 
6 



26 
3 
10 

17 
24 
31 
7 
21 
26 



1926 (5-4-1) 

Wash College 
at South Carolina 
at Chicago 
at Virginia Poly 

(Norfolk) 
North Carolina 
Gallaudet 
at Yale 
Vuiji.'ii.i 

at Wash & Lee 
Johns Hopkins 



W 630 

L 0-12 

L 0-21 

L 824 



W 
W 

w 

T 
L 
W 



14 6 
38-7 

150 

6-6 

0-3 

1714 



(Baltimore Stadium. Thanksgiving) 

1927 (4-7-0) 

Wash College W 80-0 

South Carolina W 26-0 

at North Carolina L 6 7 

at Virginia Poly W 13 7 

at V M I W 10-6 

Wash & Lee L 6-13 

at Yale L 6-30 

at Virginia L 0-21 

at VanderbUt L 20-39 

Johns Hopkins L 13-14 
idium, Thanksgiving) 

6-7 



(Baltimore Stadium, Thanksgiving) 
at Florida L 



1928 (6-3-1) 

Wash College 

North Carolina 

at South Carolina 

West Md 

at V.M I 

at Virginia Poly 

at Yale 

Virginia 

at Wash & Lee 

Johns Hopkins 



v. 
L 
L 
W 
T 
L 
W 
W 
W 

w 



31-0 
19-26 

7-21 

13-6 
0-0 
6-9 
6-0 

18-2 
6-0 

26-6 



(Baltimore Stadium. Thanksgiving) 

1929 (4-4-2) 

Wash College W 34-7 

North Carolina L 0-43 

South Carolina L 6-26 

Gallaudet W 13-6 

at V.M.I. L 6-7 

Virginia T 13-13 

at Yale T 13-13 

at Virginia Poly W 24-0 

Johns Hopkins W 39-6 

(Baltimore Stadium, Thanksgiving) 

West Md L 0-12 

(Baltimore Stadium) 

1930 (7-5-0) 

Wash College W 

at Yale L 

at North Carolina L 

St Johns W 

at V.M I. W 

at Virginia W 

Wash. & Lee W 

at Virginia Poly W 

at Navy L 

Johns Hopkins W 



60-6 

13-40 

21-28 

2113 

20-0 

14-6 

41-7 

13-7 

0-6 

21-0 

7-22 
0-7 



(Baltimore Stadium. Thanksgiving) 
at Vanderbilt L 

West Md L 

(Baltimore Stadium) 

1931 (8-1-1) 
Wash College W 13-0 

Virginia W 7-6 

Navy W 6-0 

(Griffith Stadium. Washington) 
Kentucky T 6-6 

at V.M.I. W 24-20 

at Virginia Poly W 20-0 

at Vanderbilt L 12-39 

Wash & Lee W 

Johns Hopkins 

(Baltimore Stadium Thank - 
West Md 

(Baltimore Sta 



87 



992 Games 







1932 (5-6-0) 






























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22 


St. Johns W 


24-7 


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^> 


VI il 






Oct. 


29 


at V.M.I. W 


12-7 


1 


i - 


w ^-w \m 




k 


\1 


Em 




Nov. 


5 


Vanderbilt L 


0-13 


J 




* % 


" 




s 










(Griffith Stadium, Washington) 




^ 




\ ' ^1 




* t 


^-^*" 




Nov. 


12 


Navy L 


7-28 




^* 


v T a. . 3 




















Nov. 


19 


(Baltimore Stadium) 
Wash. & Lee W 


6-0 


jC 




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(Baltimore Stadium) 




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WW a^H ^t ^'»*"' \ if 






J ^— K\fl 


Nov. 


24 


Johns Hopkins W 
(Baltimore Stadium. Thanksgiving] 


23-0 










^"i, 


BK**i**^H 


Dec. 


3 


West. Md L 
(Baltimore Stadium) 

1933 (3-7-0) 


7-39 


= 










1 ; 




_ ^B . 


Sept. 


30 


St. Johns W 


20-0 












1 


Oct. 


7 


at Vuguua Poly L 


6-7 






E#jfv 






iV 


Oct. 


14 


at Tulane L 


0-20 










Oct. 


21 


atVMI. L 


13-19 


• 










A 


Oct. 


28 


West. Md L 
(Baltimore Stadium) 


7-13 








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/ 


tit ^*f^™8 




Nov. 


4 


at Vuguua L 


0-6 








^^^ *F wT""^H 










Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 


11 
18 
23 


Duke L 
at Johns Hoplans W 
Wash & Lee W 


7-38 
27-7 








NAi ^Fjk* 






J l.^^l 




33-13 


General George C. Marshall, Chief of the Staff of the U.S. Army and author of the Marshall 


Dec 


2 


Florida L 


0-19 


Plan, 


threw out the first ball between Maryland (Les Daly 


is 74) and Marshall's alma 






(Tampa) 




mater, V.M.I. (Bernie Skladany is 55). Another general, Bear Bryant, socked it to the 






1934 (7-3-0) 




Keydets. 










Sept. 


29 


St Johns' W 


13-0 






1937 (8-2-0) 






1940 (2-6-1) 


Oct. 


6 


at Wash. 8i Lee L 


0-7 


Sept. 


26 


St Johns W 25-0 S 


ept. 


28 


Hamp-Syd L 6-7 


Oct 


13 


at Navy L 


13-16 


Oct 


2 


at Pennsylvania L 21-28 C 


ct. 


5 


at Pennsylvania L 0-51 


Oct 


20 


at Vuginia Poly W 


14-9 






(Franklin Field) C 


let. 


12 


Virginia L 6-19 


Oct 


27 


Flonda W 


21-0 


Oct. 


9 


West Md W 6-0 C 


)ct 


19 


at Florida L 0-19 






(Baltimore Stadium) 




Oct. 


16 


at Vuguua W 3-0 C 


)ct. 


25 


West. Md W 6-0 


Nov. 


3 


Virginia W 


20-0 


Oct. 


23 


Syracuse W 13-0 






(Baltimore Stadium) 


Nov. 


12 


V.M.I. W 
(Baltimore Stadium) 


23-0 


Oct 


30 


(Baltimore Stadium) ' 
Florida W 13-7 I 


lov. 
ov. 


9 
16 


Georgetown L 0-41 
V MI L 0-20 


Nov. 


17 


Indiana L 


14-17 


Nov. 


6 


atVMI W 9-7 I 


lov 


21 


Rutgers W 14-7 


Nov. 


24 


Georgetown W 


6-0 


Nov. 


13 


at Perm State L 14-21 






(Baltimore Stadium, Thanksgiving) 


Nov. 


29 


Johns Hopkins W 
(Baltimore Stadium, Thanksgiving) 


19-0 


Nov. 


20 


Georgetown W 12-2 I 
(Griffith Stadium, Washington) 


lov 


30 


Wash & Lee T 7-7 


Sept. 


28 


1935 (7-2-2) 

St Johns W 


39-6 


Nov. 


25 


Wash. 8r Lee W 8-0 
(Baltimore Stadium, Thanksgiving) „ 


ept 


27 


1941 (3-5-1) 

Hamp-Syd. W 18-0 


Oct. 


5 


Virginia Poly W 


7-0 






1938 (2-7-0) 


let. 


4 


West. Md T 6-6 






(Baltimore Stadium) 




Sept. 


24 


Richmond L 6-19 






(Baltimore Stadium) 


Oct 


12 


North Carolina L 


33-0 


Oct. 


1 


at Perm State L 0-33 


)ct. 


11 


Duke L 0-50 






(Baltimore Stadium) 




Oct. 


8 


at Syracuse L 0-53 






(Baltimore Stadium) 


Oct 


19 


at V M.I. W 


6-0 


Oct 


15 


West. Md W 14-8 


)ct. 


18 


Florida W 13-12 


Oct. 


26 


at Florida W 


20-6 






(Baltimore Stadium) 


)ct. 


25 


at Pennsylvania L 0-65 


Nov. 


2 


at Vuginia W 


14-7 


Oct 


22 


Virginia L 19-27 


Jov 


1 


at Rutgers L 0-20 


Nov. 


9 


Indiana L 


7-13 


Oct. 


29 


V.M.I. L 14-47 ' 


lov 


8 


Georgetown L 0-26 






(Baltimore Stadium) 




Nov. 


12 


at Florida L 7-21 






(Gnffith Stadium, Washington) 


Nov. 


16 


Wash. & Lee T 


0-0 


Nov. 


19 


Georgetown L 7-14 


[ov 


15 


V.M.I. L 0-27 


Nov. 


23 


at Geoigetown W 
(Griffith Stadium, Washington) 


12-6 


Nov. 


24 


Wash & Lee W 19-13 ' 
(Baltimore Stadium, Thanksgiving) 


lov. 


20 


Wash & Lee W 6-0 
(Baltimore Stadium. Thanksgiving) 


Nov. 


28 


Syracuse T 
(Baltimore Stadium, Thanksgiving) 


0-0 






1939 (2-7-0) 






1942 (7-2-0) 


Dec. 


5 


West Md W 
(Baltimore Stadium) 


22-7 


Sept. 
Oct. 


30 
7 


Hamp.-Syd W 26-0 
West. Md W 12-0 


ept. 
)ct. 


26 
3 


Connecticut W 34-0 
Lakehurst NAS W 14-0 






1936 (6-5-0) 




Oct. 


14 


(Baltimore Stadium) 
at Virginia L 7-12 


)ct. 


10 


Rutgers W 27-13 
(Baltimore Stadium) 


Sept. 


26 


St Johns W 


28-0 


Oct. 


21 


3 i 
at Rutgers L 12-25 


)ct. 


17 


at V.M.I. L 0-29 


On. 


3 


at Virginia Poly W 


6-0 


Oct. 


28 


3 
Florida L 0-14 


)ct 


24 


West. Md W 51-0 


Oct. 


10 


at North Carolina L 


0-14 


Nov. 


4 


at Penn State L 0-12 






(Baltimore Stadium) 


Oct, 
Oct 


17 
24 


at Virginia W 
Syracuse W 


21-0 
20-0 


Nov 


11 


Georgetown L 0-20 
(Griffith Stadium, Washington) 


)ct. 


31 


Florida W 13-0 

(Gnffith Stadium. Washington) 
at Duke L 0-42 






(Polo Grounds, NY) 




Nov. 


18 


at V M.I. L 14-47 


Jov 


7 


On. 


31 


at Florida L 


6-7 


Nov. 


30 


Syracuse L 7-10 


Jov. 


14 


at Virginia W 27-12 


Nov. 


7 


at Richmond W 


12-0 






(Thanksgiving) 


Jov 


21 


Wash. & Lee W 32-28 


Nov. 


14 


V.M.I. L 


7-13 














Nov 


21 


Georgetown L 


6-7 














Nov. 


26 


Wash. 8i Lee W 
(Baltimore Stadium. Thanksgiving 


19-6 














Dec. 


5 


West. Md L 
(Baltimore Stadium) 


0-12 















Terpassages, 992 Gaines 





1943 (4-5-0) 






1947 (7-2-2) 




1951 (10-0-0) 




Sept 25 


Curtis Bay CG L 


713 


Sept 27 


at South Carolina W 


1913 


Preseason #16 




Oa. 2 


Wake Forest W 


13-7 


Oa 3 


Delaware W 


43-19 


Sept 29 at Wash 81 Lee W 


54-14 


Oct 9 


Rich. Army Base W 


19-6 


Oa 10 


Richmond W 


18-6 


Oct 6 George Washington W 


33-6 


Oct 16 


at West Virgma L 


2-6 


Oa 18 


at Duke L 


719 


Oct 13 at Georgia W 


43-7 


Oa. 23 


Perm State 1. 


0-45 


Oa .25 


at Virigma Polytechnic W 


2119 


Oct. 20 North Carolina W 


11 7 


Oa 30 


at Greenville Air W 


43-18 


Nov 1 


West Virginia W 


270 


Oct. 27 at Louisiana State W 


27-0 


Nov 6 


at Virginia L 


0-39 


Nov 8 


at Duquesne W 


320 


Nov. 3 Missouri W 


35-0 


Nov 13 


Brainbndge NTS L 


0-46 


Nov 15 


North Carolina L 


0-19 


Nov 10 at Navy W 


40-21 


Nov 25 


VMI W 


24-21 




(Griffith Stadium Washington) 




(Baltimore Stadium) 






(Roanoke, Thanksgiving) 




Nov 22 


at Vanderbilt W 


20-6 


Nov. 17 N.C State W 


53-0 








Nov 29 


NC State T 


0-0 


Nov 24 West Virginia W 


54-7 


Sept 29 


1944 (1-7-1) 

Hamp.-Syd L 


0-12 


Oator Bowl 


Georgia T 


20-20 


Jan. 2 #3 

Sugar Bowl Tennessee w 

Final Poll #3 


28-13 


Oa 7 


at Wake Forest L 


0-39 




1948 (6-4-0) 










(Winston Salem) 




Sept. 25 


at Richmond W 


19-0 


1952 (7-2-0) 




Oa 14 
Oa 20 


West Virginia T 
Michigan State L 
Virginia L 

(Gnffith Stadium, Washington) 
at Michigan State L 
at Penn State L 
at Flonda L 
V.M.I. W 

(Roanoke, Thanksgiving) 


6-6 
0-8 
7-18 

0-33 

19-34 

6-14 

8-6 


Oa. 2 
Oa. 9 


at Delaware W 
Virginia Polytechnic W 


21-0 
28-0 


Preseason #2 

Sept. 20 at Missoun W 


13-10 


Nov 4 

Nov 11 
Nov. 18 
Nov 28 
Nov 30 


Oa. 16 

Oa. 23 

Oa 29 
Nov. 6 


(Gnffith Stadium. Washrngton) 
Duke #18 L 

(Griffith Stadium. Washington) 
George Washington W 

(Gnffith Stadium. Washrngton) 
at Miami W 
at South Carolina W 


12-13 

47-0 

27-13 
19-7 


Sept. 27 at Auburn W 
Oa. 4 #3 Clemson W 
Oa. 11 #4 at Georgia #19 W 
Oa. 18 #2 Navy #20 W 
Oa. 25 #2 Louisiana State W 
Nov. 1 #2 at Boston University W 
Nov. 16 #3 at Mississippi #11 L 


13-7 
28-0 
37-0 
38-7 
34-6 
34-7 
14-21 








Nov 13 


North Carolina #6 L 


20-49 


Nov. 22 #8 at Alabama #14 L 


7-27 








Nov 20 


at Vanderbilt L 
(Gnffith Stadium, Washrngton) 


0-34 


Final Poll #13 










Nov 27 


at West Virginia L 


14-16 


1953 (10-1-0) 


















(ACC 3-0-0, Co-Champions) 
































Pre Season #9 


















Sept. 19 at Missoun W 


20-6 




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Sept. 26 Wash, and Lee W 
Oa. 3 #3 at Clemson W 
Oa. 10 #4 Georgia W 


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Oa. 17 #3 at North Carolina W 


26-0 




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Oa. 23 #3 at Miami W 


30-0 




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Oa. 31 #2 South Carolina W 


24-6 






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Nov. 7 #2 at George Washington W 


27-6 




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(Gnffith Stadium. Washrngton) 
Nov. 14 #2 Mrssissippi #12 W 
Nov. 21 #2 Akbama #11 W 
Jan. 1 

Orange Bowl Oklahoma #4 L 
Final Poll #1 

1954 (7-2-1) 


38-0 
21-0 

0-7 


The first bowl patch worn by Maryland, folio 


wing the 1947 season. 






Sept. 28 


1945 (6-2-1) 

Guilford Coll. W 


60-6 




1949 (9-1-0) 




(ACC 4-0-1, 2nd) 
Pre Season #3 




Oa 6 


at Richmond W 


21-0 


Sept. 24 


at Virginia Polytechnic W 


34-7 


Sept 18 at Kentucky W 


24-0 


Oa 12 


U.S. Merch.Mai W 


22-6 


Sept 30 


Georgetown W 


33-7 


Oa. 1 #6 at UCLA. #4 L 


7-12 


Oa. 20 


at V.P.I. L 


13-21 


Oct 8 


at Michigan State #13 L 


7-14 


Oa 9 #13 at Wake Forest T 


13-13 


Oa 27 


at West Virginia T 


1313 


Oct 22 


at N C State W 


14-6 


Oa 16 North Carolina W 


33-0 


Nov 3 


Wm. and Mary L 

VMI. W 


14-33 
38-0 


Oa. 29 


South Carolina #15 W 


44-7 


Oa. 22 at Miami #16 L 


7-9 


Nov. 10 


Nov 5 


George Washington W 


40-14 


Oa. 30 at South Carolina W 


20-0 


Nov 24 


Virginra W 


19-13 


Nov. 12 


at Boston University W 


14-13 


Nov. 6 N.C. State W 


42-14 


Dec 1 


(Gnffith Stadium. Washington) 
at South Carolina W 


19-13 


Nov 24 #15 West Virginia W 
Dec. 2 #14 at Miami W 


47-7 
13-0 


Nov 13 #17 Clemson W 
Nov 20 #13 George Washington W 


16-0 
48-6 








Jan. 2#H 






Nov 25 #10 Missoun W 


74-13 








Gator Bowl 


Missouri W 


20-7 


Final Poll #8 






1946 (3-6-0) 














Sept. 28 
Oa 4 
Oa. 12 


Bainbndge Naval W 
Richmond L 
at North Carolina L 


54-0 
7-37 
0-33 




1950 (7-2-1) 
Preseason #15 




1955 (10-1-0) 
(ACC 4-0-0, Co-Champions) 




Oa 18 


Virginia Polytechnic W 


6-0 


Sept 23 


at Georgra L 


7-27 


Pre Season #5 




Nov. 2 


at William & Mary L 


7-41 


Sept 30 


Navy W 


35-21 


Sept 17 at Missoun W 


13-12 


Nov. 9 


South Carolina L 


17-21 


Oct 7 


at Michigan State W 


34-7 


Sept. 24 UC.L.A. W 


7-0 


Nov. 16 


Wash & Lee W 


24-7 


Oct 14 


at Georgetown W 


25-14 


Oa. 1 at Baylor W 


20-6 




(Baltimore Stadium) 






(Griffith Stadrum. Washington) 


Oa. 1 Wake Forest W 


28-7 


Nov. 23 


at Michigan State L 


14-26 


Oct 21 


N.C. State L 


13-16 


Oa. 15 at North Carolina W 


25-7 


Nov. 30 


at N.C. State L 


7-28 


Oct 28 


at Duke W 


26-14 


Oa. 22 at Syracuse W 


34-13 








Nov. 4 
Nov. 11 


George Washington W 
at North Carolina T 


23-7 
7-7 


Oa. 29 South Carolina 

Nov. 5 Louisiana State W 


27-0 
13-0 








Nov. 18 


at West Virginia W 


41-0 


Nov. 12 at Clemson W 


25-12 








Dec 2 


Virginia Polytechnic W 


63-7 


Nov. 19 George Washington 
Jaa 2 #3 


19-0 




• 










Orange Bow) Oi/anoma #1 L 


6-20 












Final Poll #3 





89 



s, 992 Gaines 





Capital Airlines sent the Capital's number one team, Maryland, to the Gator Bowl in 1950 
aboard the "Maryland Gator Bowl Special." 







1956 (2-7-1) 












1960 (6-4-0) 










(ACC 2-2-1, 4th) 












(ACC 5-2-0, 3rd) 










Pre Season #6 








Sept. 


17 


at West Virginia 


W 


31-8 


Sept. 


22 


Syracuse 




L 


12-26 


Sept. 


24 


Texas #15 


L 


0-34 


Sept. 


29 


at Wake Forest 




W 


6-0 


Oct 


1 


Duke 


L 


7-20 


Oct 


6 


Baylor 


#16 


L 


0-14 


Oct 


8 


at N.C. State 


I 


10-13 


Oct 


12 


at Miami 


#11 


L 


6-13 


Oct. 


15 


Clemson #8 


W 


19-17 


Oct 


20 


at North Carolina 




L 


6-34 


Oct 


22 


at Wake Forest 


W 


14-13 


Oct 


27 


at Tennessee 


#4 


L 


7-34 


Oct 


29 


South Carolina 


w 


15-0 


Nov. 


3 


Kentucky 




L 


0-14 


Nov. 


5 


at Penn State 


L 


9-28 


Nov. 


10 


Clemson 


#11 


T 


6-6 


Nov. 


12 


at North Carolma 


W 


22-19 


Nov. 


17 


at South Carolina 




L 


0-13 


Nov. 


19 


at Virginia 


W 


44-12 


Nov. 


22 


at N.C. State 
1957 (5-5-0) 




W 


25-14 






1961 (7-3-0) 
(ACC 3-3-0, 3rd) 










(ACC 4-2-0, tie 3rd) 






Pre Season 


- other teams receiving votes 


Sept. 


21 


at Texas A & M 


#2 


L 


13-21 


Sept. 


23 


at S.M.U. 


W 


14-6 


Sept. 


28 


N.C. State 




L 


13-48 


Sept. 


30 


at Clemson 


W 


24-21 


Oct. 


5 


at Duke 


#4 


L 


0-14 


Oct 


7 


Syracuse #7 


W 


22-21 


Oct. 


12 


Wake Forest 




W 


27-0 


Oct. 


14 


North Carolma #10 


L 


8-14 


Oct. 


19 


North Carolina 


#14 


W 


21-7 


Oct 


21 


at Air Force 


W 


21-0 


Oct 


26 


Tennessee 




L 


0-16 


Oct 


28 


at South Carolina 


L 


10-20 


Nov. 


2 


at South Carolina 




W 


10-6 


Nov 


4 


Penn State 


W 


21-17 


Nov. 


9 


at Clemson 




L 


7-26 


Nov. 


11 


N.C. State 


W 


10-7 


Nov. 


15 


at Miami 




W 


16-6 


Nov 


18 


Wake Forest 


W 


10-7 


Nov 


23 


Virginia 




W 


12-0 


Nov. 


25 


at Vuginia 


L 


16-28 


Sept. 


20 


1958 (4-6-0) 
(ACC 3-3-0, 5th 

at Wake Forest 




L 


0-34 


Sept. 


22 


1962 (6-4-0) 
(ACC 5-2-0, 3rd) 

S.M.U. 


W 


7-0 


Sept. 


27 


at N.C. State 




W 


21-6 


Sept. 


29 


Wake Forest 


W 


13-2 


Oct. 


4 


Clemson 


#10 


L 


0-8 


Oct 


6 


N.C. State 


W 


14-6 


Oct. 


11 


Texas A 8i M 




L 


10-14 


Oct. 


13 


North Carolma 


W 


31-13 


Oct 


18 


at North Carolina 




L 


0-27 


Oct. 


19 


at Miami 


L 


24-28 


Oct. 


25 


at Auburn 




L 


7-20 


Oct. 


27 


South Carolma 


W 


13-11 


Nov. 


1 


South Carolina 




W 


10-6 


Nov. 


3 


at Penn State 


L 


7-23 


Nov. 


8 


at Navy 
(Baltimore Stadium) 


L 


14-40 


Nov 
Nov. 


10 
17 


at Duke 
Clemson 


L 
L 


7-10 
14-17 


Nov. 


14 


at Miami 




W 


26-14 


Nov. 


24 


Virginia 


W 


40-18 


Nov. 


22 


at Virginia 
1959 (5-5-0) 




W 


44-6 






1963 (3-7-0) 










(ACC 4-2-0, 3rd) 










(ACC 2-5-0, 5th) 






Sept. 


19 


West Virginia 




W 


27-7 


Sept. 


21 


N.C. State 


L 


14-36 


Sept. 


26 


at Texas 




L 


0-26 


Sept. 


28 


at South Carolina 


L 


13-21 


Oct. 


3 


at Syracuse 


#20 


L 


0-29 


Oct. 


5 


Duke (at Richmond) 


L 


12-30 


Oct. 


10 


Wake Forest 




L 


7-10 


Oct. 


12 


North Carolma 


L 


7-14 


Oct. 


17 


North Carolina 




W 


14-7 


Oct 


19 


Air Force 


W 


21-14 


Oct. 


31 


at South Carolina 




I 


6-22 


Oct. 


26 


at Wake Forest 


W 


32-0 


Nov. 


7 


at Navy 




L 


14-22 


Nov. 


2 


Penn State 


L 


15-17 






(Baltimore Stadium) 






Nov. 


9 


at Navy #4 


L 


7-42 


Nov. 


14 


at Clemson 


#11 


W 


28-25 


Nov. 


16 


at Clemson 


L 


6-21 


Nov. 


21 


Virginia 




W 


56-12 


Nov. 


23 


Virginia 


W 


21-6 


Dec. 


5 


N.C. State 




w 


33-28 

















NOTE 1961-1967 ONLY TOP 








TEN TEAMS RANKED 










1964 (5-5-0) 










(ACC 4-3-0, tie 3rd) 






Sept 


19 


Oklahoma #2 


L 


3-13 


Sept. 


26 


South Carolma 


W 


24-6 


Oct 


3 


atN C State 


L 


13-14 


Oct 


10 


at Duke 


L 


17-24 


Oct 


17 


North Carolina 
(Norfolk, Va) 


W 


10-9 


Oct 


24 


Wake Forest 


L 


17-21 


Oct 


31 


at Penn State 


L 


9-17 


Nov. 


7 


Navy 


W 


27-22 


Nov. 


14 


Clemson 


W 


34-0 


Nov. 


21 


at Virginia 

1965 (4-6-0) 
(ACC 3-3-0, tie 5th) 


W 


10-0 


Sept. 


25 


Ohio University 


W 


24-7 


Oct. 


2 


Syracuse 


L 


7-24 


Oct 


9 


at Wake Forest 


W 


10-7 


Oct. 


16 


at North Carolina 


L 


10-12 


Oct. 


23 


N.C. State 


L 


7-29 


Oct. 


30 


at South Carolma 


W 


27-14 


Nov 


6 


at Navy 


L 


7-19 


Nov. 


13 


at Clemson 


W 


6-0 


Nov. 


20 


Virginia 


L 


27-33 


Dec 


4 


Perm State 

1966 (4-6-0) 
(ACC 3-3-0, tie 3rd) 


L 


7-19 


Sept. 


17 


at Penn State 


L 


7-15 


Sept. 


24 


Wake Forest 


W 


34-7 


Oct. 


1 


Syracuse 


L 


7-28 


Oct 


8 


Duke 


W 


21-19 


Oct. 


15 


West Virginia 


W 


28-9 


Oct. 


29 


South Carolma 


W 


14-2 


Nov. 


5 


at N. C. State 


L 


21-24 


Nov. 


12 


Clemson 


L 


10-14 


Nov. 


19 


at Virginia 


L 


17-41 


Nov. 


26 


at Florida State 

1967 (0-9-0) 
(ACC 0-6-0, 8th) 


L 


21-45 


Sept. 


30 


at Oklahoma 


L 


0-35 


Oct. 


7 


Syracuse 


L 


3-7 


Oct. 


14 


N C. State #9 


L 


9-31 


Oct 


21 


at North Carolina 


L 


0-14 


Oct. 


28 


at South Carolina 


L 


0-31 


Nov. 


4 


Penn State 


L 


3-38 


Nov. 


11 


at Clemson 


L 


7-28 


Nov. 


17 


at Wake Forest 


L 


17-35 


Nov. 


25 


Virginia 

1968 (2-8-0) 
(ACC 2-4-0, 7th) 


L 


7-12 


Sept. 


21 


Florida State 


L 


14-24 


Sept. 


28 


at Syracuse 


L 


14-32 


Oct. 


5 


Duke 
(at Norfolk, Va) 


L 


28-30 


Oct. 


12 


North Carolma 


W 


33-24 


Oct. 


19 


South Carolina 


W 


21-19 


Oct 


26 


at N. C. State 


L 


11-31 


Nov 


2 


at Wake Forest 


L 


14-38 


Nov. 


9 


Clemson 


L 


0-16 


Nov. 


16 


Penn State #3 


L 


13-57 


Nov. 


23 


at Virginia 

1969 (3-7-0) 
(ACC 3-3-0, tie 3rd) 


L 


23-28 


Sept. 


20 


at West Virginia 


L 


7-31 


Sept 


27 


N . State 


L 


7-24 


Oct 


4 


at Wake Forest 


W 


19-14 


Oct. 


11 


Syracuse 


L 


9-20 


Oct. 


18 


Duke 


W 


20-7 


Oct. 


25 


at South Carolina 


L 


0-17 


Nov 


1 


at Clemson 


L 


0-40 


Nov. 


8 


Miami (Ohio) 


L 


21-34 


Nov 


15 


at Penn State #5 


L 


0-48 


Nov. 


22 


Virginia 


W 


17-14 



90 



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1976 (ll-l-O) 


1 














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(ACC 5-0-0, Champions) 


















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Pre Season #13 












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Sept 11 #13 Richmond 
Sept 18 #10 at West Virginia 


W 

W 


31-7 

24-3 












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1 


Sept 25 #8 at Syracuse 


W 


42-28 






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Oa 2 #7 Villanova 
Oa. 9 #7 at N C. State 
Oa 16 #5 Wake Forest 


W 

w 
w 


20-9 
16-6 

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Oa. 23 #6 at Duke 


w 


30-3 


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Oa. 30 #6 Kentucky 


w 


2414 


I 


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Nov. 6 #6 Cincinnati 


w 


210 


1 


A, 


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Nov. 13 #6 Clemson 


w 


20-0 






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Nov. 20 #6 at Virginia 
Nov. 22 #5 
Nov. 29 #4 


w 


28-0 


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1 Ji 


n 


am 






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j^M 


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Jan. 1 #4 

Cotton Bowl Houston 06 

Final Poll #8 

1977 (8-4-0) 


L 


21-30 






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-s 


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1 


^* 














(ACC 4-2-0, tie 3rd) 
Pre Season #10 






Jim Tatum. 


fa his Stetson, roamed the sidelines at Fenwav Park in 1949. 






















Sept. 10 #10 at Clemson 


w 


21-14 


















Sept. 17 #11 West Virginia 


L 


16-24 






1970 (2-9-0) 






Nov. 24 Tulane #17 


w 


42-9 


Sept. 24 at Penn State #5 


L 


9-27 






(ACC 2-4-0, tie 6th) 






Nov. 26 #18 






Oa. 1 atN C State 


L 


20-24 


Sept 


12 


Villanova 


L 


3 21 


Dec 3 #18 






Oa. 8 Syracuse 


W 


2410 


Sept 


19 


at Duke 


L 


1213 


Dec. 28 #18 






Oa. 15 at Wake Forest 


W 


35-7 


Sept 


26 


North Carolina 


L 


20-53 


Peach Bowl Georgia 


L 


16-17 


Oa 22 Duke 


W 


31-13 


Oct 


2 


at Miami 


L 


1118 


Final Pol! #20 






Oa 29 North Carolina 


L 


7-16 


Oa 


10 


at Syracuse 


L 


7-23 








Nov. 5 Villanova 


W 


1913 


On 


17 


South Carolina 


W 


2115 


1974 (8-4-0) 






Nov 12 at Richmond 


W 


27-24 


Oct 


24 


NC State 
(at Norfolk. Va) 


L 


0-6 


(ACC 6-0-0, Champions) 
Pre Season #14 






Nov 19 Virginia 
Dec. 22 


w 


28-0 


Oct 


31 


Clemson 


L 


11-24 


Sept. 14 #14 Alabama #3 


L 


16-21 


Hall ol Fame Minnesota 


w 


177 


Nov. 


7 


Penn State 


L 


0-34 


Sept. 21 #14 at Florida 


I 


10-17 


Bowl 






Nov. 


21 


at Virginia 


W 


17-14 


(Tampa) 












Nov. 


28 


West Virginia 

1971 (2-9-0) 
(ACC 1-4-0, 7th) 

Villanova 

N C State 

at North Carolina 


L 


10-20 


Sept. 28 North Carolina 
Oa. 5 at Syracuse 
Oa. 12 Clemson 


w 
w 
w 


2412 
31-0 

41-0 


1978 (9-3-0) 
(ACC 5-1-0, 2nd) 






Sept 
Sept 
Sept. 
Oct. 


11 
18 
25 


L 

W 
L 


13-28 

35-7 
14-35 


Oa. 19 #18 Wake Forest W 
Oct. 26 #15 N. C.State #17 


w 


47-0 
20-10 


Sept. 9 Tulane 
Sept. 16 #20 at Louisville 


w 

w 


31-7 
24-17 


Nov 2 #15 at Perm State #10 


L 


17-24 


Sept. 23 #18 at North Carolina 


w 


21-20 


2 


Wake Forest 


L 


14-18 


Nov 9 #14 Villanova 


w 


41-0 


Sept. 30 #15 Kentucky 


w 


20-3 












Nov. 16 #13 Duke 


w 


56-13 


Oa. 7 #12 N. C. State 


w 


31-7 


Oct 
Oct 
Oct. 


9 
16 
23 


Syracuse 

at South Carolina 

at Florida 


L 
L 

L 


13-21 

6-35 
23-27 


(Norfolk. Va) 
Nov. 23 #11 at Virginia 
Nov. 25 #11 


w 


10-0 


Ott. 14 #10 at Syracuse 
Oa 21 #6 Wake Forest 
Oa 28 #5 at Duke 


w 

w 
w 


24-9 
39-0 

27-0 


Oct 
Nov. 
Nov 


30 
6 
13 


V.M.I. 

at Penn State #6 

at Clemson 


W 
L 
L 


38-0 
27-63 
14-20 


Dec. 2 #10 
Dec. 16 #10 
Liberty Bowl Tennessee 


L 


3-7 


Nov. 4 #5 at Perm State #2 

Nov 11 #13 at Virginia 

Nov 18 #11 Clemson #12 


L 

w 

L 


3-27 

17-7 
24-28 


Nov. 


20 


Virginia 

1972 (5-5-1) 
(ACC 3-2-1, 3rd) 


L 


27-29 


Final Poll #13 

1975 (9-2-1) 
(ACC 5-0-0, Champions) 






Nov. 20 #13 
Nov 27 #13 
Dec. 4 #13 
Dec. 23 






Sept. 


9 


at N. C State 


T 


24-24 


Pre Season #17 






Sun Bowl Texas #14 


L 


0-42 


Sept 


16 


North Carolina 


L 


26-31 


Sept. 6 #17 Villanova 


w 


41-0 


Final Poll #20 






Sept 


23 


V.M.I. 


W 


28-16 


Sept. 13 #14 at Tennessee #20 


L 


8-26 








Sept 
Oct 


30 
7 


at Syracuse 
Wake Forest 


L 

W 


12-16 
23-0 


Sept. 20 at North Carolina 
Sept. 27 #20 at Kentucky 


W 

T 


34-7 
10-10 


1979 (7-4-0) 






Oct 


14 


Villanova 


W 


37-7 


Oa. 4 Syracuse 


W 


24-7 


(ACC 4-2-0, tie 2nd) 






Oct. 


21 


Duke 


L 


14-20 


Oa. 11 N. C. State 


W 


37-22 


Sept. 8 Villanova 


W 


24-20 


Oct 


28 


at Virginia 


W 


24-23 


Oa. 18 #19 at Wake Forest 


w 


27-0 


Sept. 15 at Clemson 


W 


19-0 


Nov 


4 


at Penn State #10 


L 


16-46 


Oa. 29 #18 






Sept 22 Mississippi State 


W 


35-14 


Nov 


11 


Clemson 


W 


31-6 


Nov. 1 #14 Penn State #9 


L 


13-15 


Sept. 29 at Kentucky 


L 


7-14 


Nov. 


18 


at Miami 


L 


8-28 


Nov. 8 #16 at Cincinnati 


w 


21-19 


Oa 6 Penn State 


L 


7-27 












Nov. 15 at Clemson 


w 


22-20 


Oa. 13 atN. C.State #17 


L 


0-7 






1973 (8-4-0) 






Nov. 22 #20 Virginia 


w 


62-24 


Oa 20 at Wake Forest 


L 


17-25 






(ACC 5-1-0, 2nd) 






Nov. 24 #17 

Dec 1 #17 






Oa 27 at Duke 

Nov. 3 North Carolina #18 


W 

w 


27-0 
17-14 


Sept. 

Sept. 
Sept. 


15 
22 


West Virginia 
at North Carolina 


L 
W 


13-20 

23-3 


Dec. 29 #17 






Nov. 17 Louisville 


w 


28-7 


29 


Villanova 


w 


31-3 


Gator Bowl Honda #13 


w 


13-0 


Nov. 24 Virginia 


.V 


17-7 


Oct 


6 


Syracuse 


w 


38-0 


Final Poll #13 












Oa 


13 


at N. C State 


L 


22-24 














Oa 


20 


at Wake Forest 


W 


37-0 














Oct. 


27 


Duke 
(at Norfolk. Va) 


W 


30-10 














Nov. 


3 


Penn Stats #6 


L 


22-42 














Nov. 


10 


Virginia 


W 


33-0 














Nov. 


17 


at Clemson 


w 


28-13 















91 



992 Gaines 









1980 (8-4-0) 










1984 (9-3-0) 












1989 (3-7-1) 














(ACC 5-1-0, 2nd) 










(ACC 6-0-0, Champions) 










(ACC 2-5-0) 














VUlanova 


W 


7-3 


Sept. 
Sept 


8 


Syracuse 
Vanderbilt 




L 


7-23 


Sept. 


2 


at N. C. State 




L 


6-10 




13 




Vanderbilt 


w 


31-6 


15 




L 


14-23 


Sept. 


9 


West Virginia 


#17 


L 


10-14 




20 




at West Virginia 


w 


14-11 


Sept. 
Sept. 
Oct. 


22 


at West Virginia 


#18 


W 


20-17 


Sept. 


16 


Western Michigan 




W 


23-0 




27 


#19 


at North Carolina #14 


L 


3-17 


29 


Wake Forest 




W 


38-17 


Sept. 


23 


at Clemson 


#7 


L 


7-31 


On. 


4 




at Pittsburgh #6 


L 


9-38 


6 


at Perm State 


#11 


L 


24-25 


Sept. 


30 


at Michigan 


#6 


L 


21-41 


Oct. 


11 




Perm State #14 


L 


10-24 


Oct 


13 


N C State 




W 


44-21 


Oct 


7 


at Georgia Tach 




L 


24-28 


Oct. 


18 




Wake Forest 


W 


11-10 


Oct. 


27 


at Duke 




W 


43-7 


Oct. 


14 


at Wake Forest 




W 


27-7 


Oct. 


25 




at Duke 


W 


17-14 


Nov 


3 


at North Carolina 




w 


34-23 


Oct. 


21 


Duke 




L 


25-46 


Nov. 


1 




N. C State 


W 


24-0 


Nov. 


10 


at Miami 


#6 


w 


42-40 


Oct. 


28 


North Carolma 




W 


38-0 


Nov. 


15 




Clemson 


W 


34-7 


Nov 


17 


Clemson 


#20 


w 


41-23 


Nov. 


11 


Penn State 


#13 


T 


13-13 


Nov. 


22 




at Virginia 


W 


31-0 






(Baltimore Stadium) 












(Baltimore Stadium 








Dec. 


20 










Nov. 


24 


#18 at Virginia 




w 


45-34 


Nov 


18 


Virginia 


#16 


L 


21-48 


Tangerine 




Florida 


L 


20-35 


Dec 


22 






















Bowl 












Sun Bowl 


Tennessee 




w 


28-27 






1990 (6-5-1) 














1981 (4-6-1) 






















(ACC 4-3, 4th) 














(ACC 4-2-0, 3rd) 










1985 (9-3-0) 








Sept. 


1 


Vuginia Tech 




W 


20-13 


Sept. 


12 




at Vanderbilt 


L 


17-23 






(ACC 6-0-0, Champions) 






Sept. 


8 


West Virginia 


#25 


W 


14-10 


Sept. 


19 




West Virginia 


L 


13-17 


Sept. 


7 


#7 Perm State 


#19 


L 


18-20 


Sept. 


15 


Clemson 


#16 


L 


17-18 


Sept. 


26 




at N. C. State 


W 


34-9 


Sept. 


14 


#17 at Boston College 




w 


31-13 






(Baltimore Stadium) 






Oct 


3 




Syracuse 


T 


17-17 


Sept. 


21 


#17 West Virginia 




w 


28-0 


Sept. 


22 


N.C. State 




W 


1312 


Oct 


10 




at Florida 


L 


10-15 


Sept. 


28 


#17 at Michigan 


#12 


L 


0-20 


Sept. 


29 


at Michigan 


#6 


L 


17-45 


Oct 


17 




at Wake Forest 


W 


45-33 


Oct 


5 


at N. C. State 




W 


31-17 


On. 


6 


Georgia Tech 


#23 


L 


3-31 


Oct. 


24 




Duke 


W 


24-21 


Oct 


19 


at Wake Forest 




W 


26-3 


Oct 


13 


Wake Forest 




W 


41-13 


Oct. 


31 




North Carolina #9 


L 


10-17 


Oct 


26 


Duke 




W 


40-10 


Oct. 


20 


at Duke 




W 


23-20 


Nov. 


7 




at Tulane 


L 


7-14 


Nov. 


2 


North Carolina 




W 


28-10 


Oct 


27 


at North Carolina 




L 


10-34 


Nov. 


14 




at Clemson 


L 


7-21 


Nov. 


9 


Miami 


#8 


L 


22-29 


Nov. 


10 


at Penn State 


#18 


L 


10-24 


Nov 


21 




Virginia 


W 


48-7 






(Baltimore Stadium) 








Nov. 


17 


at Virginia 


#8 


W 


35-30 














Nov. 


16 


at Clemson 




W 


34-31 


Dec 


15 


at Louisiana Tech 




T 


34-34 








1982 (8-4-0) 






Nov 


29 


Virginia 




L 


33-21 




















(ACC 5-1-0, 2nd) 






Dec 


21 














1991 (2-9-0) 








Sept. 


11 




at Perm State #7 


L 


31-39 


Cherry Bowl Syracuse 




W 


35-18 






ACC (2-5) 








Sept. 


18 




atWestVugmia #17 


L 


18-19 














Sept 


7 


Virginia 




W 


17-6 


Sept. 


25 




N C State 


W 


23-6 






1986 (5-5-1) 








Sept. 


14 


Syracuse 


#22 


L 


17-31 


Oct 


2 




at Syracuse 


W 


26-3 






(ACC 2-3-1, 5th) 








Sept. 


21 


West Virginia 




L 


7-37 


Oct 


9 




Indiana State 


W 


38-0 


Sept. 


1 


at Pittsburgh 




W 


10-7 


Oct. 


5 


at Pittsburgh 


#17 


L 


20-24 


Oct. 


16 




Wake Forest 


W 


52-31 


Sept. 


13 


Vanderbilt 




W 


35-21 


Oct 


12 


at Georgia Tech 




L 


10-34 


Oct 


23 




Duke 


W 


49-22 


Sept. 


20 


at West Virginia 




W 


24-3 


Oct 


19 


at Wake Forest 




W 


23-22 


Oct. 


30 




at North Carolina #10 


W 


31-24 


Sept. 


27 


N C State 




L 


16-28 


Oct 


26 


at Duke 




L 


13-17 


Nov. 


7 


#19 


Miami 


W 


18-17 


On 


11 


Boston College 




L 


25-30 


Nov. 


2 


at North Carolina 




L 


0-34 


Nov 


13 


#18 


Clemson #11 


L 


22-24 


Oct 


18 


Wake Forest 




L 


21-27 


Nov. 


9 


Penn State 


#9 


L 


7-47 


Nov. 


20 


#19 


at Vuginia 


W 


45-14 


Oct 


25 


at Duke 




W 


27-19 






(Baltimore Stadium) 






Nov. 


22 


#16 








Nov. 


1 


at North Carolina 




L 


30-32 


Nov. 


16 


at Clemson 


#15 


L 


7-40 


Nov. 


29 


#17 








Nov. 


8 


at Perm State 


#2 


L 


15-17 


Nov. 


23 


at N.C. State 


#22 


L 


23-20 


Dec 


6 


#16 








Nov. 


15 


Clemson 


#15 


T 


17-17 














Dec 


25 


#16 












(Baltimore Stadium) 












1992 (3-8-0) 








Aloha Bowl 




Washington #9 


L 


20-21 


Nov 


28 


at Virginia 




W 


42-10 






ACC (2-6) 








Final Poll #20 




















Sept. 


5 


at Vuginia 


#25 


L 


15-28 


















1987 (4-7-0) 








Sept. 


12 


NC State 


#18 


L 


10-14 








1983 (8-4-0) 










(ACC 3-3-0, 5th) 








Sept. 


19 


at West Virginia 




L 


33-34 






(ACC 5-1-0, Champions) 






Sept. 


5 


at Syracuse 




L 


11-25 


Sept. 


26 


at Penn State 


#9 


L 


13-49 








Pre Season #17 






Sept. 


12 


Virginia 




W 


21-19 


Oct. 


3 


Pittsburgh 




W 


47-34 


Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Oct 

Oct 

Oct. 


10 
17 
24 
1 
8 
15 


#17 
#17 

#19 
#16 

#16 


at Vanderbilt 

West Virginia 

Pittsburgh 

Virginia 

Syracuse 

at Wake Forest 


W 
L 
W 
W 
W 
W 


21-14 
21-31 
13-7 
23-3 
34-13 
36-33 


Sept. 

Sept. 

Oct. 

Oct 

Oct 

Oct, 

Nov 


19 
26 

10 
17 
24 
31 
7 


West Virginia 

at N. C. State 

at Miami 

at Wake Forest 

Duke 

North Carolina 

Perm State 


#3 

#16 


W 
L 
L 
W 
W 
L 
L 


25-20 

14-42 

16-46 

14-0 

23-22 

14-27 
16-21 


Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Nov. 
Nov 


10 
17 
24 
31 
7 
14 


Geoigia Tech 
Wake Forest 
at Duke 
North Carolma 
at Florida State 
Clemson 


#17 

#22 

#6 


L 
L 
W 
L 
L 
W 


26-28 
23-30 

27-25 
24-31 
21-69 
53-23 


Oct. 
Oct 


22 
29 


#15 
#13 


Duke 

North Carolina 


W 
W 


38-3 
28-26 


Nov. 


14 


(Baltimore Stadium) 
at Clemson 


#9 


L 


16-45 














Nov. 


5 


#7 


at Auburn 


L 


23-25 


Nov. 


21 


at Vanderbilt 




L 


24-34 














Nov. 


12 


#11 


at Clemson 


L 


27-52 


























Nov. 
Nov 


19 

21 


#20 

#17 


at N. State 


W 


29-6 






1988 (5-6-0) 




















Nov. 


28 


#16 












(ACC 4-3-0, tie 4th) 


















Dec 


5 


#16 








Sept. 


3 


Louisville 




W 


2716 














Dec 


17 










Sept. 


17 


at West Virginia 


#12 


L 


24-55 














Citrus Bowl 




Tennessee 


L 


23-30 


Sept. 


24 


N C State 




W 


30-26 


























Oct. 


1 


at Syracuse 




L 


9-20 


























Oct. 


8 


Georgia Tech 




W 


13-8 


























Oct. 


15 


Wake Forest 




I 


24-27 


























Oct. 


22 


at Duke 




w 


34-24 


























Oct. 


29 


at North Carolina 




w 


41-38 


1950s 




67-31 






.683 














Nov. 


5 


at Penn State 




L 


10-17 


























Nov. 


12 


Clemson 


#16 


L 


25-49 


1960s 




40-59-0 






.404 














Nov. 


19 


at Virginia 




L 


23-24 


1970s 
1980s 
1990s 




69-45-2 
63-49-3 

11-22-1 






.605 
.563 
.328 



92 



Terp Hall off Fame 



The Athletic Hall of Fame was 
founded in 1982 by the M Club 
Foundation as a joint project of the 
Department of Intercollegiate Athlet- 
ics and the M Club The first commit- 
tee was organized by then Athletic 
Director Dick Dull and consisted of 
outstanding Terrapin athletes and 
coaches Jack Faber (Class of 1926), 
Tom Fields (Class of 1942), Al Heagy 
(Class of 1930), Jim Kehoe (Class of 
1940) and Jack Scarbath (Class of 
1952) Arthur L Kramer (Class of 
1942), a letterwinner in tennis, 
was particularly important in the 
founding of the Hall of Fame. 

Among the qualifications for nom- 
inees are being out of school at least 
10 years, having earned a minimum 
of one varsity letter, and if not an 
undergraduate athlete, being a 
Department of Intercollegiate 
Athletics staff member for at least 15 
years. Nominees will be judged on 
personal conduct in life and their 
contributions to the high ideals of 
intercollegiate athletics. 

The Hall of Fame 

1982 Inductees 

Louis W. Berger '32, football, 

basketball, baseball 
•Joseph C Burger '25. football 

basketball, lacrosse 
•Harry C. Byrd '08, football, track and 

field, baseball, coach 
Arthur E. Cook, rifle (Olympic 

Champion) 
"Geary F. Eppley '21, football, track 

and field, coach 
•John W Guckeyson '36, football, 

basketball, track and field, baseball 
Charles E. Keller '37, basketball, 

baseball 

'Frederick C. Linkous '28. football, 

basketball, lacrosse 
'Charles L Mackert '21, football, coach 
•James G. Meade '39, football, 

lacrosse 
'Julius J Radice '30, football. 

basketball, baseball 
•H Burton Shipley '14. football, 

basketball, baseball, coach 
'William C. Supplee '26, football, 

basketball, track and field 

1983 Inductees 

'George V. Chalmers '32, football. 

basketball, baseball 
•William W Evans '30, football. 

basketball, lacrosse 

John E. Faber. Jr. '26, basketball, 
lacrosse, coach 

Norwood S Sothoron '35. football, 
basketball, baseball, lacrosse 




A ballot for best pure athlete to play at Maryland would include 
Bill Guckeyson and Bosey Berger, sports stars of the first rank. 



1984 Inductees 

'Caleb "Zeke" Bailey '22, football, 

baseball 
'Brooke "Untz" Brewer '22, football, 

track and field 
John F. Chnsthilf '36, lacrosse 
William W Cobey '30, Director of 

Athletics 
'Joseph H Deckman '31. lacrosse, 

football 
•Charles F. Ellmger '37, football, 

lacrosse 
Albert B Heagy '30, football, 

basketball, lacrosse, coach 
Frederick M. Hewitt '39, football, 

lacrosse 
John F. Kelly '37, lacrosse 
'Ivan M. Marty '24, lacrosse 
'William G. "Country" Morris '13, 

football, baseball 
John C. Norris '32, football, 

basketball, lacrosse 
'Edwin E. Powell '13, lacrosse 
'Gordon S. Pugh '32. lacrosse 
Jack C. Scarbath '52, football, 

lacrosse 
'Gerald "Snitz" Snyder '29, football, 

lacrosse 
'James M Tatum, football coach 
Reginald Van Trump Truitt '14, 

lacrosse, coach 
Robert Ward '52, football, coach 
Albert W Woods 33. football, coach 



1985 Inductees 

Frank H. Cronin '39, track and field, 

boxing, coach 
John F. "Tony" Hough '25. football, 

lacrosse 
'Thomas J McQuade '24, football, 

lacrosse 
Pershing L Mondorff '41, football, 

basketball, baseball, soccer 
'Kenneth T Knode '16, football, 

baseball 
'Harry Edwin Semler '22, football, 

baseball 

1986 Inductees 

Benny Alperstein '39, boxing 
Francis A. "Bucky" Buscher '34, 

football, basketball, baseball 
James R. Kappler '57, lacrosse 
James H Kehoe, Jr. '40, track and 

field, cross country, coach, athletic 

director 
'Jesse J. Krajovic '31, football, track 

and field 
John W. Zane '60, sports information 

director, assistant athletic director 

1987 inductees 

Thomas M Fields '42. track and 
field, cross country 

William E. Krouse '41, football, 
wrestling, coach 

Thomas A. Mont '47, football. 

basketball, lacrosse, coach 
'George W Knepley '39, basketball. 

baseball 

'Howard V Keene '21. baseball 
Charles E. Wicker '56, lacrosse, 
soccer 



1988 Inductees 

Clayton A Beardmore '62, lacrosse, 

coach 
Bernard J Faloney '53, football, 

baseball 
John D Gilmore, Jr '43, football. 

basketball, track and field, boxing 
Herman A Millikan. basketball 

coach 

Raymond J Poppelman '33, football, 

lacrosse 
Doyle P. Royal '43, tennis, soccer, 

coach 
•Victor G Willis '37, football, 

basketball, baseball 

1989 Inductees 

William R. Campbell '56, swimming 

and diving coach 
W Ernest Fischer '54, wrestling 
James H Keating, Jr., '57, lacrosse 
Edward Ronkin '32, basketball, 

lacrosse 
John W. Simmons, Jr. '56. lacrosse 

1990 Inductees 

Hotsy Alperstein '42. boxing 

Ernest J Betz '58, lacrosse 

Charles A. May '31, basketball, 
football, lacrosse 

Edward M Minion '38, football, 

lacrosse 
Milton M Mulitz '40, basketball, 

lacrosse 
'Myron B. Stevens '27, baseball, 

basketball, football 

1991 Inductees 

Jack Flynn '46, basketball, baseball 
Stan Jones '53. football 
Alan Lowe '67, lacrosse 
Richard Moran '60. larcosse 
Edward Rieder '49, boxing, soccer 
Gene Shue '54, basketball 
•Robert Smith '41, football, baseball 

1992 - No Inductees 

1993 Inductees 

James H Belt '51. soccer 
G. Irene Knox '34, rifle 
Raymond Krouse '50, football 
Richard Modzelewski '53, football 
Dr. Vmcent Palumbo '55. boxing 



'Deceased 



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Scoring 












1 Year 




Rushes 


Yards 


Year 




TD 


Xpts 


FG 


Pts 


J 1947 


Lou Gambino 


125 


904 


1947 


Lou Gambino 


16 








96 


1948 


Herbert Werner 


101 


554 


1948 


Harry Bonk 


5 








30 


1949 


Dick Modzelewski 


120 


589 


1949 


Stan Lavine 


7 








42 


1950 


Bob Shemonski 


101 


560 


1950 


Bob Shemonski 


16 


1 





97 


1951 


Ralph Felton 


83 


485 


1951 


Jack Scarbath 


7 








42 


1952 


Jack Scarbath 


103 


237 


1952 


Chet Hanulak 


6 








36 


1953 


Ralph Felton 


100 


558 


1953 


Bernie Faloney 


9 








54 


1954 


Ron Waller 


66 


592 


1954 


Dick Bielski 


6 


15 


1 


54 


1955 


Ed Vereb 


113 


642 


1955 


Ed Vereb 


16 








96 


1956 


Tom Selep 


62 


315 


1956 


John Fritsch 


3 


1 





19 


1957 


Ted Kershner 


41 


227 


1957 


Howie Dare 


4 








24 


1958 


Jim Joyce 


97 


406 


1958 


John Forbes 


6 








36 


1959 


Jim Joyce 


137 


567 


1959 


Jim Joyce 


8 








48 


1960 


Pat Drass 


76 


297 


1960 


Gary Collins 


4 


1 





26 


1961 


Ernie Arizzi 


79 


375 


1961 


John Hanmgan 





17 


5 


56 


1962 


Len Chiaverini 


156 


602 


1962 


Tom Brown 


6 








38 


1963 


Jerry Fishman 


116 


480 


1963 


Darryl Hill 


8 


7 





55 


1964 


Bo Hickey 


182 


894 


1964 


Bernardo Bramson 





17 


9 


44 


1965 


Ernie Torain 


93 


370 


1965 


Bernardo Bramson 





15 


7 


36 


1966 


Billy Lovett 


98 


451 


1966 


Billy Van Heusen 


7 








42 


1967 


Billy Lovett 


137 


499 


1967 


Rick Carlson 


2 


4 


4 


28 


1968 


Billy Lovett 


217 


963 


1968 


Billy Lovett 


8 


1 





50 


1969 


Tom Miller 


169 


629 


1969 


Paul Fitzpatnck 


3 


2 





20 


1970 


Art Seymore 


221 


981 


1970 


Robert Tucker 


3 








18 


1971 


Monte Hmkle 


117 


472 




Art Seymore 


3 








18 


1972 


Louis Carter 


119 


474 


1971 


Kambiz Behbaham 





24 


10 


54 


1973 


Louis Carter 


218 


801 


1972 


Steve Mike-Mayer 





25 


10 


55 


1974 


Louis Carter 


224 


991 


1973 


Louis Carter 


14 








84 


1975 


Steve Atkins 


87 


491 


1974 


Steve Mike-Mayer 





34 


15 


79 


1976 


Alvm Maddox 


141 


678 


1975 


Mike Sochko 





31 


12 


67 


1977 


George Scott 


188 


894 


1976 


Tim Wilson 


7 








42 


1978 


Steve Atkins 


283 


1261 


1977 


Steve Atkins 


9 








54 


1979 


Charlie Wysocki 


247 


1140 


1978 


Ed Loncar 





25 


16 


73 


1980 


Charlie Wysocki 


334 


1359 


1979 


Dale Castro 





19 


17 


70 


1981 


Charlie Wysocki 


159 


715 


1980 


Charlie Wysocki 


11 








66 


1982 


Willie Joyner 


177 


1039 


1981 


Jess Atkinson 





24 


12 


60 


1983 


Willie Joyner 


198 


908 


1982 


Jess Atkinson 





39 


16 


87 


1984 


Rich Badanjek 


173 


832 


1983 


Jess Atkinson 





28 


15 


73 


1985 


Alvm Blount 


171 


828 


1984 


Rick Badanjek 


16 


3 





102 


1986 


Alvin Blount 


119 


517 


1985 


Rick Badanjek 


12 








72 


1987 


Bren Lowery 


168 


556 


1986 


Dan Plocki 





29 


11 


62 


1988 


Ricky Johnson 


136 


635 


1987 


Bren Lowery 


7 








42 


1989 


Bren Lowery 


100 


482 


1988 


Dan Plocki 





27 


17 


78 


1990 


Troy Jackson 


176 


662 


1989 


Dan DeArmas 





24 


11 


57 


1991 


Mark Mason 


82 


452 


1990 


Dan DeArmas 





23 


14 


65 


1992 


Mark Mason 


96 


523 


1991 


Dan DeArmas 





15 


7 


36 










1992 


David DeArmas 





28 


10 


58 






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icesetiers, 


Kickoff and Punt Return ue 




Kickoff Return Average (minimum two) 






Punt Return Average (minimum two) 






Year 


No. 


Yds. 


Avg. 


Year 


No. 


Yds. 


Avg. 


1947 


Lou Gambino 7 


174 


249 


1947 


Hubert Werner 6 


118 


19.7 


1948 


John Baroni 5 


147 


29.4 


1948 


John Idzik 10 


137 


13.7 


1949 


Bob Shemonski 5 


136 


27.1 


1949 


Jim Larue 8 


138 


17.3 


1950 


Bob Shemonski 10 


259 


25.9 


1950 


Joe Petruzzo 13 


276 


21.2 


1951 


Ed Fullerton 3 


51 


17.0 


1951 


Bernie Faloney 2 


18 


9.0 


1952 


Dick Nolan 6 


180 


30.0 


1952 


Bernie Faloney 8 


109 


13.6 


1953 


Bernie Faloney 2 


116 


58 


1953 


Dick Nolan 6 


150 


25 


1954 


Howie Dare 2 


77 


38.5 


1954 


Ron Waller 13 


199 


15.3 


1955 


Frank Tamburello 2 


78 


39.0 


1955 


Dick Burgee 3 


37 


12.3 


1956 


Ted Kershner 9 


161 


17.9 


1956 


Ted Kershner 9 


41 


4.6 


1957 


Howie Dare 6 


264 


44 


1957 


Howie Dare 10 


49 


4.9 


1958 


Bob Gallagher 5 


113 


22.6 


1958 


Bob Rusevlyan 3 


25 


8.3 


1959 


Edward Fletcher 8 


155 


19.3 


1959 


Gene Verardi 5 


61 


12.2 


1'lhO 


Dennis Condie 10 


352 


35.2 


1960 


Jim Davidson 16 


169 


10.6 


1961 


NA 






1961 


Tom Brown 8 


194 


22.4 


1962 


Tom Brown 1 1 


284 


25.8 


1962 


Ken Ambrusko 9 


167 


18.6 


1963 


Darryl Hill 13 


317 


24.4 


1963 


Gary Miller 2 


25 


12.5 


1964 


Ken Ambrusko 9 


280 


31.1 


1964 


Richard Nye 3 


45 


15.0 


1965 


Gary Collins 10 


270 


27.0 


1965 


Ken Ambrusko 2 


27 


13.5 


1966 


Billy Van Heusen 8 


173 


21.6 


1966 


Bobby Collins 18 


160 


8.8 


1967 


Billy Lovett 8 


125 


19.7 


1967 


Bob Haley 8 


125 


15.6 




Paul Fitzpatrick 3 


59 


19.7 


1968 


Tony Greene 3 


21 


7.0 


1968 


John King 17 


382 


22.5 


1969 


Larry Marshall 4 


89 


22.2 




Ken Dutton 8 


180 


22.5 


1970 


Larry Marshall 28 


192 


6.8 


1969 


John King 10 


267 


26.7 


1971 


Larry Marshall 35 


375 


10.7 


1970 


Larry Marshall 21 


469 


22.3 


1972 


Pat Ulam 3 


44 


14.7 


1971 


Larry Marshall 22 


587 


26.7 


1973 


Ken Schroy 10 


108 


10.8 


1972 


Jamie Franklin 11 


239 


21.7 


1974 


Ken Schroy 1 1 


206 


18.7 


1973 


Louis Carter 14 


312 


22.3 


1975 


Jim Brechbiel 19 


206 


10.8 


1974 


Louis Carter 11 


286 


26.0 


1976 


Dean Richards 11 


94 


8.6 


1975 


Ricky Jennings 8 


297 


37.1 


1977 


Dean Richards 32 


192 


6.0 


1976 


Kenny Roy 12 


252 


21.0 


1978 


Lloyd Burruss 25 


169 


6.8 


1977 


Don Dotter 7 


187 


26.7 


1979 


Sam Johnson 12 


135 


11.3 


1978 


Steve Atkins 8 


228 


28.5 


1980 


Jap Trimble 22 


164 


7.5 


1979 


Charlie Wysocki 7 


96 


13.7 


1981 


Mike Lewis 24 


151 


6.3 


1980 


Sam Johnson 5 


189 


37.8 


1982 


Mike Lewis 7 


48 


6.9 


1981 


Timmy Quander 5 


184 


36.8 


1983 


Rick Badenjek 20 


223 


11.2 


1982 


Timmy Quander 23 


530 


23.0 


1984 


Keeta Covington 26 


274 


10.5 


1983 


Tommy Neal 15 


331 


22.1 


1985 


Keeta Covington 16 


103 


6.4 


1984 


Keeta Covington 25 


479 


19.2 


1986 


Mike Anderson 8 


124 


15.5 


1985 


Keeta Covington 24 


556 


23.2 


1987 


Mike Anderson 8 


54 


6.8 


1986 


Keeta Covington 23 


485 


21.1 


1988 


Bren Lowery 17 


121 


7.1 


1987 


Mike Beasley 14 


296 


21.1 


1989 


Bren Lowery 21 


213 


10.0 


1988 


Ricky Johnson 17 


388 


22.8 


1990 


Mike Hopson 34 


240 


7.1 


1989 


Bren Lowery 14 


334 


23.9 


1991 


Mike Hopson 17 


116 


6.8 


1990 


Mark Mason 11 


254 


23.1 


1992 


Richie Harris 30 


154 


5.1 


1991 


Doug Lawrence 12 


245 


20.4 










1992 


Jermaine Lewis 10 


268 


26.8 










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Rick Badanjek: his versatility led to 28 career touchdowns; 


he also 


Keeta Covington: the best returner for two bowl teams, 


on punts. 


led the team in punt returns in 1983. 






interceptions, and kickoff s. 







95 



ers, Passing Leaders 



Att Comp Yds TD 

VicTuryn 59 32 504 6 

VicTuryn 111 45 595 10 

StanLavine 65 35 554 6 

1950 Jack Scarbath 80 32 463 4 

Jack Scarbath 67 34 675 8 

1952 Jack Scarbath 113 59 1149 10 

1953 Bernie Faloney 68 31 599 5 

1954 Charlie Boxold 59 23 525 6 

1955 Frank Tamburello 58 28 497 4 

1956 JohnFritsch 52 23 219 

1957 BobRusevlyan 58 26 297 3 

1958 BobRusevlyan 109 59 657 2 

1959 Dale Betty 76 39 552 9 

1960 Dale Betty 132 82 796 6 

1961 Richie Novak 99 55 487 5 

1962 Dick Shiner 203 121 1324 4 

1963 Dick Shiner 222 108 1165 10 

1964 Phil Petry 162 73 809 5 

1965 Phil Petry 135 65 763 3 

1966 Alan Pastrana 195 102 1499 17 

1967 Chuck Dnmal 123 54 669 1 

1968 Alan Pastrana 172 81 1053 6 

1969 JeffShugars 114 47 716 3 

1970 JeffShugars 175 75 836 3 

1971 Al Neville 204 107 1275 10 

1972 BobAvellini 170 98 1251 7 

1973 Al Neville 92 51 554 4 

1974 Bob Avellini 189 112 1648 7 

1975 Larry Dick 158 90 1190 8 

1976 Mark Manges 139 81 1145 11 

1977 Larry Dick 135 83 1351 5 

1978 Tim O'Hare 192 105 1388 4 

1979 Mike Tice 154 75 897 5 

1980 Mike Tice 140 71 928 5 

1981 Boomer Esiason 242 122 1635 9 

1982 Boomer Esiason 314 176 2302 18 

1983 Boomer Esiason 294 163 2322 15 

1984 Frank Reich 169 108 1446 9 

1985 Stan Gelbaugh 311 166 2475 15 

1986 Dan Henning 353 196 2725 15 

1987 Dan Henning 287 157 1835 9 

1988 Neil O'Donnell 267 160 1973 12 

1989 Neil O'Donnell 280 156 2103 10 

1990 Scott Zolak 418 225 2589 10 

1991 JimSandwisch 291 142 1499 6 

1992 John Kaleo 482 286 3392 17 




Dick Shiner: a pace-setter, ushered Maryland statistically into the 
era of modem quarterbacks. 




Mike Tice: passed on a family tradition to younger brother John. 



96 



Terpacesetters, Receiving Leaders 



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Year 


Rec 


yards 


TD 




■ 




1947 


Elmer Wingate 


12 


145 


3 




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1948 


Elmer Wingate 


9 


32 


3 


1 




1949 


Stan Karnash 


16 


245 


2 






1950 


Pete Augsberger 


25 


422 


2 




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1951 


Lou Weidensaul 


18 


249 


4 






1952 


Lloyd Colteryahn 


32 


593 


4 




1953 


Chet Hanulak 


10 


152 







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1954 


Bill Walker 


13 


209 


1 


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1955 


Jack Healy 


10 


182 


2 


1 




Howie Dare 


10 


74 


3 




1956 


Bill Turner 


7 


74 





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1957 
1958 

1959 


Ed Cooke 
Ben Scotti 
Ron Shaffer 
Gary Collins 


14 
18 
18 
14 


137 
282 

141 
350 



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1960 


Gary Collins 


30 


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4 




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Gary Collins 


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428 


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Tom Brown 


47 


557 


4 


1 




1963 


Darryl Hill 


43 


516 


7 






1964 


Dick Absher 


22 


268 


1 




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1965 


Dick Absher 


33 


382 


1 


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1966 


Billy Van Heusen 


25 


536 


7 




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1967 


Rick Carlson 


24 


309 


2 




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1968 
1969 


Bernard Demczuk 
Roland Merritt 


23 

19 


215 

499 



2 




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1970 
1971 


Don Ratliff 
Dan Bungori 


26 
32 


242 
490 




8 




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1 


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Dennis O'Hara 


32 


423 


2 


1 


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1972 


Don Ratliff 


36 


515 


6 




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1973 


Frank Russell 


39 


468 


3 


1 


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1974 


Frank Russell 


31 


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1975 


Kim Hoover 


38 


532 


5 


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1976 


Charles White 


23 


402 


4 




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1977 


Eugene Kinney 


32 


505 







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1978 


Dean Richards 


35 


575 


1 




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1979 


Jan Carinci 


30 


275 


1 




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1980 


Chris Havener 


29 


436 


3 


1 

1 




1981 
1982 
1983 
1984 


John Tice 
John Tice 
Russell Davis 
Greg Hill 


31 
34 
29 
51 


353 

396 
465 
820 


4 
1 
1 
4 


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leading the Terps in receptions for two years. 




1985 


Azizuddin Abdur-Ra'oof 


35 


671 


4 


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1986 


James Milling 


33 


650 


6 




1987 


Bren Lowery 


44 


252 


2 






1988 


Vernon Joines 


29 


433 


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1989 


Barry Johnson 


43 


689 


6 


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1990 


Frank Wycheck 


58 


509 


1 




1991 


Frank Wycheck 


45 


438 


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Marcus Badgett 


75 


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Interceptions 






Year 


No. 


Year 




No. 


Yds. 


1969 John Dyer 


99 


1947 


John Idzik 


5 


26 


1970 Peter Mattia 


113 


1948 


John Idzik 


4 


16 


1974 Harry Walters 


173 


1949 


Jim Larue 


5 


103 


1975 Kevm Benson 


149 


1950 


Bob Shemonski 


4 


40 


1976 Brad Carr 


157 


1951 


Joe Horning 


6 


147 


1977 Ted Klaube 


186 


1952 


Bernie Faloney 


3 


90 


1978 Neal Olkewicz 


188 




Dick Nolan 


3 


13 


1979 Brian Matera 


159 


1953 


Bernie Faloney 


6 


67 


1980 Joe Wilkins 


131 


1954 


Frank Tamburello 


4 


140 


1981 Mike Muller 


107 


1955 


Ed Vereb 


4 


38 


1982 Joe Wilkins 


119 




Dave Nusz 


4 


31 


1983 Eric Wilson 


178 


1956 


Bob Rusevlyan 


3 


15 


1984 Eric Wilson 


160 


1957 


Howie Dare 


4 


20 


1985 Chuck Faucette 


144 


1958 


Rod Breedlove 


5 


68 


1986 Chuck Faucette 


151 


1959 


Jim Joyce 


2 


27 


1987 Kevin Walker 


172 




Victor Schwartz 


2 


27 


1988 Scott Saylor 


119 




George Scott 


2 


16 


1989 Glenn Page 


111 




Jim Davidson 


2 


21 


1990 Glenn Page 


102 


1960 


Tom Brown 


3 


58 


1991 Mike Jarmolowich 


153 


1961 


Tom Brown 


8 


95 


1992 Mike Jarmolowich 


110 


1962 


Tom Brown 


6 


122 






1963 
1964 
1965 


Ernie Arizzi 
Bob Sullivan 
Bob Sullivan 


4 

3 

10 


98 



61 






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1966 


John Hetrick 


4 


28 






1967 


Wally Stainaker 


4 


67 




1968 
1969 


Wally Stainaker 
Tony Greene 


5 
5 


71 
10 


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Ted Steiner 


2 


51 


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2 


16 


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1971 


Tony Greene 
Larry Marshall 


2 
6 


22 
131 


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1972 


Bob Smith 


7 


24 






1973 


Jim Brechbiel 


5 


51 


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1974 


Jim Brechbiel 


4 


55 


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1975 


Kenny Roy 


4 


17 




1976 


John Stanford 


4 


55 


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4 


11 


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1977 


Lloyd Burruss 


3 


94 




1978 


Lloyd Burruss 


3 


45 




1979 
1980 


Ralph Lary 
Lloyd Burruss 


7 
3 


102 
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Howard Eubanks 


3 


8 






1981 


Lendell Jones 
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Lendell Jones 


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48 




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1983 


Clarence Baldwin 


7 


5 


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1984 


Eric Wilson 


2 


30 




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Chuck Faucette 


2 


11 


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1985 


Keeta Covington 


6 


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1986 


Chuck Faucette 


3 


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1987 


Chad Sydnor 
J.B. Brown 


3 
4 


18 
71 


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1988 


J.B. Brown 


2 


22 


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Irvin Smith 


2 


86 






Matt D'Amico 


2 


16 






Glenn Page 


2 


22 




1989 


Eddie Tomlin 


3 


120 


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Michael Hollis 


3 


16 


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1990 


Michael Hollis 


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1991 


Andre Vaughn 


2 


30 


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1992 


Mike Jamolowich 


2 


24 


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98 



Terprolific, Team Records 



SCORING 

Most Total Points Scored by Both Teams 

Game 90, November 6, 1971; Maryland 27, Penn State 63 

90, November 7, 1992. Maryland 21, Florida State 69 
Largest Margin ol Victory 

Game 80, September 24, 1927; Maryland 80 Washington College 

Largest Margin ol Defeat 

Game 76. October 25, 1913; Maryland 0. Navy 76 

Most Points Scored 

Game 80, September 24, 1927; Maryland 80 Washington College 

Season 353 in 9 regular season games, 1951 

353 in 11 regular season games, 1982 
Fewest Points Scored, Full Season 
Game 0, Numerous Occasions 

Season 39 in 9 regular season games, 1940 
Most Points Scored by Opponents 
Game 76, October 25, 1913, Maryland 0, Navy 76 

Season 365 in 11 regular season games, 1992 
Fewest Points Scored by Opponents 
Game 0, Numerous Occasions 

Season 21 in 10 regular season games, 1953 
Most Touchdowns Scored 

Game 12, September 24, 1927; Maryland 80, Washington College 

Season 52 in 9 regular season games, 1951 
Most Touchdowns Scored Passing 
Game 5, November 14, 1992, (5 by John Kaleo) 

5, September 6, 1975; (4 by Mark Manges, 1 by Larry Dick) 
Season 18 in 11 regular season games, 1982 

18 in 11 regular season games, 1992 
Most Touchdowns Scored Passing by Opponents 
Game 4, November 7, 1992, by Florida State (4 by Charlie Ward) 

4, September 20, 1958 by Wake Forest (3 by Norm Snead, 1 by 
Charlie Parker) 

4, November 20, 1965 by Virginia (4 by Bob Davis) 

4. October 23. 1971 by Florida (4 by John Reaves) 

4, September 11, 1982 by Penn State (4 by Todd Blackledge) 

4, November 10, 1984 by Miami (4 by Bemie Kosar) 
Season 23 m 11 regular season games, 1992 
Most Field Goals Scored 

Game 5, September 22, 1979 vs Mississippi State (5 by Dale Castro) 

Season 17 in 11 regular season games, 1979 

17 in 11 regular season games, 1984 

17 in 11 regular season games, 1988 
Most Points After Touchdown Scored 
Game 8, September 24, 1927; Maryland 80, Washington College 

8. November 25, 1954, Maryland 74, Missouri 13 

8, November 16, 1974, Maryland 56, Duke 13 

8, November 22, 1975, Maryland 62, Virginia 24 
Most Points After Touchdowns Scored (All Points) 
Season 45 (39 kicking, 6 passing) m 11 regular season games, 1982 
Most Safeties Scored 
Game 2, October 3. 1947, vs Delaware 

2, November 9, 1974, vs Villanova 

2. October 14. 1950, vs Georgetown 

TOTAL OFFENSE 

Most Total Yards Gained Rushing and Passing 

Game 802. November 22, 1975, vs Virginia (583 rushing, 220 passing) 

Season 5131 in 11 regular season games, 1992 (1503 rushing. 3628 passing) 

Fewest Total Yards Gained 

Game 29, October 3, 1959. vs Syracuse 

Season 2228 in rune regular season games. 1967 (early records incomplete) 

Most Total Plays 

Game 105. September 12. 1992, vs N.C. State 

Season 945 m 1992 

Most Yards Gained Rushing and Passing by Opponents 

Season 5.216 m 11 regular season games. 1992 (2248 rushing. 2968 passing) 

Fewest Yards Gained Rushing and Passing by Opponents 

Season 1.691 in 10 regular season games, 1955 (761 rushing. 930 passmg) 



RUSHING 

Most Total Yards Gained Rushing 

Game 582. November 22, 1975. vs Virginia (67 carries) 

Season 2,921 in nine regular season games, 1951 

Most Rushes 

Game 76, November 14. 1958, vs Miami 

Season 654 in 11 regular season games, 1976 

Fewest Net Yards Gained Rushing by Opponents 

Game Minus 21, November 24, 1951, by West Virginia 

Minus 21, September 24, 1955, by UCLA 
Season 680 in 1951 
Most Yards Gained Rushing by Opponent 
Season 2,371 in nine regular season games, 1967 
Fewest Net Yards Gained Rushing 
Game Minus 58, November 6. 1965, vs Navy 
Best Average Per Rush 

Game 10 5 yards, December 2, 1950, vs Virginia Tech (577 yards, 
55 rushes) 

Most First Downs Rushing 

Game 28, November 22, 1975, vs Virginia 

Season 155 in 11 regular season games. 1976 

Fewest First Downs Rushing 

Game 1, October 20, 1944, vs Michigan State 

1, October 3, 1959, vs Syracuse 
Fewest First Downs Rushing by Opponents 
Game 0, October 20, 1973, by Wake Forest 

0, November 22, 1980, by Virginia 
Season 44 in 1951 

PASSING 

Most Yards Gained Passing 

Game 418, November 14, 1992, vs Clemson (27-41) 

Season 3,628 in 11 regular season games, 1992 

Most Passes Attempted 

Game 58, October 31. 1992, vs North Carolina (31 completions for 

255 yards) 
Season 514 in 11 regular season games. 1992 
Most Passes Completed 

Game 36, September 29, 1990, vs Michigan 

Season 304 m 11 regular season games. 1992 
Best Completion Percentage (Minimum 10 attempts) 
Game .824, November 24, 1973, vs Tulane (14 completions, 17 attempts) 
Season .618 in 11 regular season games. 1984 (189 completions, 

306 at tempts) 

Most Yards Gained Passing by Opponents 
Season 2.968 in 11 regular season games, 1992 
Fewest Yards Gained Passing by Opponents 
Game Minus 1, November 10, 1956, by Clemson 
Season 731 in 10 regular season games. 1957 (early records incomplete) 
Best Passing Percentage by Opponents 

Season .611 in 11 regular season games, 1988 (204 completitions, 
334 attempts) 

Most Passes Attempted by Opponents 

Game 67. October 17. 1981, by Wake Forest (completed 47) 

Season 445 in 11 regular season games. 1981 

Fewest Passes Completed by Opponents 



Game 



Season 



0. November 30. 1939. by Syracuse (5 attempts) 
0, October 20, 1944, by Michigan State (0 attempts) 
0. October 2. 1948, by Delaware (3 attempts) 
0. November 1, 1952, by Boston University (6 attempts) 
0, November 3, 1956. by Kentucky (3 attempts) 
B8 in 10 regular season games. 1956 



99 



c, Team Records 





Yard? Gained Passing 


Most Yards Penalized 


Game 0, November 11, 1944, vs Michigan State 


Game 147, October 23, 1982, vs Duke 


0, November 20, 1948, vs Vanderbilt 


Season 851 in 11 regular season games, 1982 


0, November 3, 1951, vs Missouri 


Fewest Penalties 


Season 813 in 10 regular season games, 1966 


Game 0, October 11, 1941 vs Duke 


Fewest Passes Completed 


38 in nine regular season games, 1967 


Game 0, November 11, 1944, vs Michigan State (1 attempt) 




0, November 20, 1948, vs Vanderbilt (12 attempts) 


Most Penalties by Opponents 


0, November 3, 1951, vs Missouri (3 attempts) 


Game 15, November 15, 1957, vs Miami (Fla.) 


Season 44 in 10 regular season games, 1954 


Season * 99 in 11 regular season games, 1992 


Most First Downs Passing 


Most Yards Opponents Penalized 


Game 19, September 26, 1992, vs Penn State 


Game 136, September 11, 1982, by Penn State 


Season 165 in 11 regular season games, 1992 


Season 929 in 11 regular season games, 1992 


Fewest First Downs Passing 


Fewest Penalties by Opponents 


Game 0, 13 times, last time - October 4, 1969, vs Wake Forest 


Game 0, October 9, 1937, by Western Maryland 


Season 29 in 10 regular season games, 1951 


0, October 7, 1939, by Western Maryland 


29 in 10 regular season games, 1956 


0, October 28, 1939, by Florida 


PUNTING 


0, November 20, 1941, by Washington & Lee 


Most Punts 


0, November 3, 1945, by William & Mary 
0, October 31, 1953, by South Carolina 


Game 14, October 16, 1937, vs Virginia 




14, October 25, 1940, vs Western Maryland 


Season 31 in 10 games, 1951 


Season 90 in 11 regular season games, 1991 


Fewest Yards Opponents Penalized 


Most Total Yards Punting 


Game 0, Numerous Times 


Game 510, October 24, 1936, vs Syracuse (10 punts) 


Season 263 in 10 games, 1951 


Season 3,615 in 11 regular season games, 1991 


FUMBLES 


Best Punting Average 




Game 51.7 yards, September 21, 1951, vs Washington & Lee 


Most Fumbles 


(155 yards, 3 punts) 


Game 8, October 11, 1952, vs Georgia (lost 2) 


Season 42.6 yards in 11 regular season games, 1974 (54 punts) 


Season 44 in 10 regular season games, 1950 (lost 22) 


Most Punts by Opponents 


Most Opponents' Fumbles 


Season 94 in 11 regular season games, 1979 


Game 8, September 27, 1947, by South Carolina 


Fewest Punts 


8, November 14, 1953, by Mississippi 


Game 0, November 15, 1975, vs Virginia 


Season 40 in 10 regular season games, 1960 (Maryland recovered 19) 


Season 37 in 10 regular season games, 1953 


40 in 11 regular season games, 1971 (Maryland recovered 22) 


FIRST DOWNS 


Fewest Fumbles 




Game vs numerous opponents 


Most Total First Downs 


Season 11 in 11 regular season games, 1991 (Lost 5) 


Game 35, November 22, 1975, vs Virginia 




35, November 17, 1984, vs Clemson 


Most Fumbles Lost 


Season 288 in 11 regular season games, 1992 (106 rush, 165 pass, 


Game 6, November 15, 1947, vs North Carolina 


17 penalty) 


Season 24 in 10 regular season games, 1953 


Most First Downs by Opponent 


Most Opponents' Fumbles Recovered 


Season 259 in 11 regular season games, 1992 (110 rush, 138 pass, 


Game 5, January 2, 1950 in Gator Bowl, vs Missouri 


11 penalty) 


5, November 18, 1950, vs West Virginia 


Fewest Total First Downs 


5, November 12. 1960, vs North Carolina 


Game 1, November 11, 1944, vs Michigan State 


Season 23 in 11 regular season games, 1970 


Season 114 in 10 regular season games, 1966 




Fewest Total First Downs by Opponents 


COMEBACKS 


Game 1, October 20, 1973, by Wake Forest (passing) 


NCAA: Most Points Coming From Behind to Win 


Season 88 in nine regular season games, 1952 


Terps trailed Miami (Fla), 31-0 at halftime on November 10, 1984, and came 


INTERCEPTIONS 


back to win 42-40. Maryland trailed by more than 28 points and won the 


game - called the greatest comeback in NCAA history. 


Most Passes Intercepted 




Game 7, October 13, 1951, vs Georgia 


VICTORIES 


Season 38 in 10 games (including Sugar Bowl on January 1, 1952) 


Best Season 


34 in nine regular season games, 1951 


1976 Won 11, Lost 0, regular season 


Most Passes Had Intercepted 


lost to Houston 30-21 in the Cotton Bowl for 11-1 


Game 6, October 25, 1941, vs Pennsylvania 


Worst Season 


Season 23 in 10 regular season games, 1948 


1967 Won 0, Lost 9 


23 in 11 regular season games, 1992 




PENALTIES 


ATTENDANCE 


Most Penalties 


Average Attendance Per Home Game 


Game 18, December 2, 1950, vs Virginia Tech 


46.403 in 1983 in 6 games (old mark. 45,657 in 5 games in 1975) 


Season 88 in 11 regular season games, 1982 


Average Attendance All Games 


88 in 11 regular season games, 1985 


48,255 m 1983 in 11 games (old mark, 44,636 in 12 games in 1976) 



100 



Terprolific, Individual Records 



SCORING 

Most Points Scored 

Season 102 by Rick Badaniek, 1984 (11 Games) 

Career 308 Kicking by Jess Atkinson, 1981-84 (128 PAT's. 60 FG) 

286 Run & Pass by Rick Badaniek, 1982-85 (46 TD's, 5 conversions) 
Most Points Scored, One Season Including Bowl Games 
Season 114 by Lou Gambino, 1947 (96 points in regular season plus 18 
points in 1948 Gator Bowl) 

114 by Rick Badaniek, 1984 (102 points in regular season plus 14 
points in 1984 Sun Bowl) 
Most Touchdowns Scored 

Game 5 by Bob Shemonski, December 2, 1950, vs Virginia Tech 

Season 16 by Lou Gambino, 1947 (10 games) 
16 by Bob Shemonski, 1950 (10 Games) 
16 by Ed Vereb, 1955 (10 Games) 

16 by Rick Badaniek, 1984 (11 games) 

Career 48 by Rick Badaniek, 1982-84 (46 rushing, 2 pass receiving) 

Most Touchdowns Scored One Season, Including Bowl Games 

19 by Lou Gambino (16 in 1947 plus 3 in 1948 Gator Bowl) 
18 by Rick Badanjek (16 in 1984 plus 2 in 1984 Sun Bowl) 

Most Points After Touchdowns 

Game 8 by Steve Mike-Mayer, November 16, 1974 vs Duke 

8 by Mike Sochko, November 22, 1975, vs Virginia 

Season 39 by Jess Atkinson. 1982 (11 regular season games) 

Career 128 by Jess Atkinson, 1981-84 (131 attempts) 

Most Touchdown Passes Caught 

Game 3 by James Milling, November 1. 1986, vs North Carolina 

2 by 18 Players 

Season 9 by Marcus Badgett, 1992 in 11 regular season games 

Career 18 by Greg Hill. 1982-84 

Most Touchdowns Responsible For, Run and Pass 

Game 5 by Bob Shemonski, December 2, 1950, vs Virginia Tech 

5 by John Kaleo, November 14. 1992. vs Clemson 

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

Career 46 by Boomer Esiason, 1981-83 
46 by Rick Badanjek, 1982-85 

Most Field Goals 

Game 5 by Dale Castro, September 22, 1979, vs Mississippi State 

Season 17 by Dale Castro, 1979 (21 attempts) 

17 by Jess Atkinson, 1984 (20 attempts) 
17 by Dan Plocki, 1988 (22 attempts) 

Career 60 by Jess Atkinson, 1981-84 (82 attempts) 

Most Points Scored by a Freshman 

Season 56 by Rick Badanjek, 1982 (9 TD's and 1 conversion pass) 

Most Points Scored by Kicking 

Season 88 by Jess Atkinson, 1984 

Career 308 by Jess Atkinson. 1981-84 (128 PAT's, 60 FG) 

TOTAL OFFENSE 

Most Net Yards Gained Rushing and Passing 

Game 429 by John Kaleo. October 24. 1992, vs Duke 

Season 3.472 by John Kaleo. 1992 

Career 6,081 by Boomer Esiason. 1981-83 

Most Total Plays, Rushing and Passing 

Game 68 by John Kaleo. October 31, 1992, vs North Carolina 

(58 pass, 10 rush) 
Season 588 by John Kaleo, 1992 
Career 1,006 by Boomer Esiason, 1981-83 

Best Offensive Average (Minimum Four Plays, rushing and passing) 
Game 24.0 by Ernie Anzzi, October 7, 1961, vs Syracuse (4 plays, 96 yards) 

RUSHING 

Most Yards Gained Rushing (Net) 

Game 240 by Willie Joyner, October 20. 1982. vs North Carolina (16 atts) 
237 by George Scott. November 5, 1977. vs Villanova (42 atts) 
222 by Charlie Wysocki, November 17. 1979. vs Louisville (43 atts) 
217 by Puck Badanjek. November 24, 1984, vs Virginia (17 atts) 
215 by Steve Atkins. September 25, 1976, vs Syracuse (29 atts) 
214 by Alvin Blount. November 17, 1984, vs Clemson (29 atts) 
213 by Louis Carter, November 23, 1974 vs Virginia (29 atts) 
202 by Charlie Wysocki. November 24. 1979. vs Virginia (33 atts) 
197 by Steve Atkins. November 18, 1978, vs Clemson (28 atts) 



193 by Ray Poppelman, December 5, 1931, vs W Maryland (24 atts) 
186 by Alvin Blount, November 29, 1985, vs Virginia (26 atts) 
180 by Louis Carter, October 26, 1974. vs N.C. State (35 atts) 
178 by Charlie Wysocki. September 15, 1979, vs Clemson (32 atts) 
Season 1,359 by Charlie Wysocki, 1980 
Career 3,317 by Charlie Wysocki, 1978-81 (39 games) 
Most Rushes 

Game 50 by Charlie Wysocki, October 25, 1980, vs Duke 

Season 334 by Charlie Wysocki, 1980 
Career 796 by Charlie Wysocki, 1978-81 
Best Rushing Average 

Game 24 by Ernie Anzzi, October 7, 1961, vs Syracuse (4 carries) 
Season 9,8 yards by Chet Hanulak, 1953 
Career 8,1 yards by Chet Hanulak, 28 games, 1951-53 (1,544 yards, 190 

carries) - Regular season only 
Career 7.9 yards by Chet Hanulak, 30 games including 35 yards on four 
carries in the 1952 Sugar Bowl and 39 yards on 12 carries in 
the 1954 Orange Bowl 
Average Yards Per Game 
Season 126.7 by Charlie Wysocki, 1979 
Longest Scoring Run From Scrimmage 

98 yards by Steve Atkins, November 18. 1978, vs Clemson 
Longest Non-Scoring Run From Scrimmage 

76 yards by Harry Bonk, vs North Carolina 
Most Rushes in One Half 

32 by Charlie Wysocki, October 25, 1980, vs Duke 

PASSING 

Most Passes Attempted 

Game 58 by John Kaleo, October 31, 1992, vs North Carolma 

Season 482 by John Kaleo, 1992 

Career 850 by Boomer Esiason, 1981-83 

Most Passes Completed 

Game 31 by John Kaleo, October 31, 1992, vs North Carolina 

Season 286 by John Kaleo, 1992 

Career 461 by Boomer Esiason, 1981-83 

Most Yards Gained Passing 

Game 418 by John Kaleo, November 14, 1992, vs Clemson 

Season 3,392 by John Kaleo, 1992 

Career 6,259 by Boomer Esiason, 1981-83 

Best Completion Percentage 

Game .909 by Bob Avellmi. November 16. 1974, vs Duke (10 of 11) 

(minimum 10 attempts) 
Season .6396 by Neil O'Donnell, 1987 (71-111) 

.6391 by Frank Reich, 1984 (108-169) 
Career .588235 by Larry Dick (180-306) 1975, 1977 (minimum 300 attempts) 

.587253 by Neil O'Donnell (387-659) 1987-89 

.586 by Bob Avelkni (231-394) 1972-74 
Most Touchdown Passes Thrown 

Game 5 by John Kaleo. November 14, 1992, vs Clemson 

Season 18 by Boomer Esiason, 1982 
Career 42 by Boomer Esiason, 1981-83 
Most Passes Caught 

Game 14 by Frank Wycheck, September 1, 1990, vs Virginia Tech 

Season 75 by Marcus Badgett, 1992 
Career 134 by Frank Wycheck, 1990-1992 
Most Yards Gained on Pass Receptions 
Game 251 by Marcus Badgett, October 3. 1992, vs Pittsburgh 

(11 receptions) 
Season 1,240 by Marcus Badgett. 1992 (75 receptions, 11 games) 
820 by Greg Hill, 1984 (51 receptions, 11 games) 
680 by Dan Prunzik, 1992 (52 receptions, 11 games) 
Career 1.895 by Azizuddin Abdur-Ra'oof. 1984-87 (108 receptions) 

1.731 by Barry Johnson. 1987-90 (106 receptions) 

1.721 by Greg Hill. 1982-84 (97 receptions) 
Most Passes Had Intercepted 



Game 



Season 



4 by Dick Shiner. November 9. 1963. vs Navy 
4 by Alan Pastrana. November 12. 1966, vs Clemson 
4 by Larry Dick, October 29, 1977. vs North Carolina 
4 by Scott Zolak. October 27, 1990. vs N. C State 
4 by John Kaleo. October 17. 1992. vs Wake Forest 
22 by John Kaleo. 1992 



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ndividual Records 



Most Passes Intercepted 

4 by Lendell Jones, October 23, 1982, vs Duke 
10 by Bob Sullivan, 1965, 10 games (led nation) 
Career 17 by Tom Brown, 1960-62, 30 games 
Most Conversion Passes Thrown 
Career 7 by Boomer Esiason, 1981-83 
Longest Scoring Pass and Run 

92 yards by Stan Lavine to Ed Bolton, October 29, 1949, vs 

South Carolina (pass 15 yards, run 77 yards) 
Longest Scoring Run After Pass 

77 yards by Ed Bolton on pass from Stan Lavine, October 29, 1949, 
vs South Carolina (pass 15 yards) 
Longest Non-Scoring Pass and Run 

73 yards by Tommy Mont to Hubie Werner, October 4. 1942, vs 

Lakehurst (pass 32 yards, run 41 yards) 
73 yards by Neil O'Donnell to Ferrell Edmunds, October 31, 1987, 
vs North Carolina (pass 10 yards, run 63 yards) 

Longest Non-Scoring Run After Pass 

63 yards by Ferrell Edmunds, October 31, 1987, vs North Carolina, 
on a 10 yard pass from Neil O'Donnell. 
Most Yards Gained on Interception Runbacks 
Game 111 by Dick Lewis, November 22, 1956, vs N.C. State 
Season 147 by Joe Homing, 1951 (6 interceptions in 9 games) 
Longest Scoring Run of Intercepted Pass 

100 yards by Joe Horning, November 3, 1951, vs Missouri 

(105 actual) 
100 yards by Dick Lewis, November 22, 1956, vs N.C. State 

(103 actual) 
100 yards by Tom Brown, November 24, 1962, vs Virginia 
Longest Non-Scoring Run of an Intercepted Pass 

89 yards by Kevin Benson, November 10, 1973, vs Virginia 
Longest Scoring Run of Intercepted Pass by Opponent 

93 yards by Walter Matson of Pennsylvania, October 25, 1941 

RECEIVING 

Most Consecutive Games Catching a Pass 

25 by Azizuddm Abdur-Ra'oof. 1984-86 
PUNTING 

Most Punts 

Game 12 by Steve Adams, October 10, 1981, vs Florida (466 Yards) 

Season 90 by Dan DeArmas, 1991 

Career 268 by Dan DeArmas, 1988-91 

Most Total Yards Punting 

Game . 510 by Bill Guckeyson, October 24, 1936, vs Syracuse 

Season 3,615 by Dan DeArmas, 1991 

Career 10,591 by Dan DeArmas, 1988-91 

Best Punting Average 

Game 53.0 yards by Lynn Beightol, January 2, 1956, Orange Bowl vs 

Oklahoma (3 punts) 
Season 43.7 by Bill Walker, 10 games, 1955 (15 punts). Walker added four 
punts in the 1956 Orange Bowl for an 11-game average of 

41.2 (19 punts) 
Career 41.8 by Bill Walker, 1953-55 
Longest Punt With A Roll 

88 yards by John Fntsch, October 12, 1956, vs Miami 
Note: "Untz" Brooke Brewer had a 93-yard punt vs VM1, 1916, but records are 
incomplete. Kick may have been measured from point o! kick, not from line of 
scrimmage. 
Longest Punt With Roll by Opponent 

84 yards by Charlie "Choo Choo" Justice of North Carolina, 

November 13, 1948 

PUNT RETURNS 

Most Punt Returns 

Game 8 by Larry Marshall, September 11, 1971, vs Villanova (141 yards) 

Season 40 by Bob Smith in 1 1 games, 1973 (420 yards) 

Most Yards Gained Returning Punts 

Game 146 by Bob Shemonski, October 21, 1950, vs N.C. State (5 returns) 

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



Best Punt Return Average 

Season 24.5 by Tom Brown, 1961 (8 Returns) 
Longest Punt Returned For a Touchdown 

90 yards by Dick Nolan, October 3, 1953, vs Clemson 
Longest Punt Returned for a Touchdown by an Opponent 

100 yards by Frank Brady, Navy, November 10, 1951 
Longest Non-Scoring Punt Return 

67 yards by John McVicker, September 22, 1956, vs Syracuse 
KICKOFF RETURNS 

Most Kickoff Returns 

Game 9 by Raphael Wall, November 9, 1991, vs Perm State (159 yards) 

Season 34 by Bren Lowery, 1988 (702 yards, 11 games) 

25 by Keeta Covington, 1984 (479 yards, 11 games) 
24 by Kenny Dutton, 1967 (454 yards, 9 games) 
Most Yards Gained on Kickoff Returns 

Game 159 by Raphael Wall, November 9, 1991, vs Penn State (9 returns) 
Season 702 by Bren Lowery in 11 games (34 returns), 1988 
Best Kickoff Return Average 

Season 44.0 by Howie Dare, 1957 (6 returns for 264 yards) 
Longest Kickoff Return for a Touchdown 

100 yards by Dick Novak and Dennis Condie, November 19, 1960 
(102 yards actual). Novak returned to nine yard line, then 
lateraled to Condie who returned 91 yards 
100 yards by Kenny Ambrusko, November 7, 1964 vs Navy 
(101 yards actual) 

Longest Kickoff Return for a Touchdown by Opponent 

98 yards by Doug Thomas of Clemson, September 15, 1990 
Longest Non-Scoring Kickoff Return 

97 yards by Sammy Johnson, September 13, 1980, vs Vanderbilt 

KICKING 

Best Point After Touchdown Average 

Season 1.000 by John Hannigan. 1961 (17 for 17) 

1.000 by Bernardo Bramson, 1965 (15 for 15) 

1.000 by Jess Atkinson, 1982 (39 for 39) 

1.000 by Jess Atkinson, 1983 (28 for 28) 

1.000 by Dan Plocki, 1985 (20 for 20) 

1.000 by Ramon Paredes, 1985 (13 for 13) 

1.000 by Dan Plocki, 1986 (29 for 29) 

1.000 by Dan Plocki, 1987 (16 for 16) 

1.000 by Dan Plocki, 1988 (27 for 27) 

1.000 by Dan DeArmas, 1989 (24 for 24) 

1.000 by Dan DeArmas, 1990 (23 for 23) 

1.000 by Dan DeArmas, 1991 (15 for 15) 
Career 1.000 by Dan Plocki, 1986-88 (72 for 72) 

1.000 by Dan DeArmas, 1989-92 (62-62) 
Longest Field Goal 

54 yards by Steve Mike-Mayer, September 29, 1973, vs Villanova 
Most Consecutive Field Goals 

16 by Dale Castro, 1979 (NCAA Record) 
Most Consecutive Points After Touchdown 
93 by Jess Atkinson, 1981-84 

TACKLES 

Most Tackles 

Season 188 by Neal Olkewicz, 1978 

Career 485 by Eric Wilson, 1981-84 

467 by Chuck Faucette, 1983-86 

414 by Mike Jarmolowich, 1989-92 
MISCELLANEOUS 

Longest Scoring Run With a Recovered Fumble 

23 yards by Howie Dare, November 6, 1954, vs N.C. State 
Longest Non-Scoring Run With a Recovered Fumble by an Opponent 

75 yards by Dave Russell of Washington & Lee, November 21, 1942 
Most Opponents' Fumbles Recovered 
Game 3 by Tom Gunderman. November 15. 1957, vs Miami 



102 



Last Time for the Terps 



The Last Time It Happened In Terrapin History 



KICKOFF RETURNED FOR A 
TOUCHDOWN - Oct. 24, 1981 Tim 
Quander a defensive lineman, 
returned a kickoff 92 yards for a 
touchdown versus Duke. The 
Terrapins won that 1981 homecom- 
ing game 24-21. 

KICKOFF RETURNED 100 YARDS 
FOR A TOUCHDOWN - Nov 7, 1964. 
Kenny Ambrusko. who earned three 
varsity letters at Maryland, returned 
a kickoff 100 yards for a touchdown 
in a 27-22 Terrapin victory over the 
Midshipmen. 

BLOCKED PUNT RETURNED FOR A 
TOUCHDOWN - Oct 10, 1992. True 
freshman Jermaine Lewis returned a 
blocked put for a touchdown versus 
Georgra Tech. It was Lewis' first ca- 
reer touchdown and tied the game at 
seven m the first quarter. The Yellow 
Jackets won in Byrd Stadium, 28-26. 

PUNT RETURNED FOR A TOUCH- 
DOWN - Sept. 9, 1978. Lloyd Burruss 
returned a punt 47 yards for a touch- 
down in a 31-7 victory over Tulane in 
Byrd Stadium. 

INTERCEPTION RETURNED FOR A 
TOUCHDOWN - Oct. 28, 1989. Mike 
Thomas intercepted a pass in the 
third quarter versus North Carolina 
and galloped 26 yards for a touch- 
down to put the Terps up 21-0. 
Maryland won the game, 38-0, its 
largest winning margin in seven 
seasons. 

RECORDED A SAFETY - Oct. 10, 
1992. Defensive lineman Sharrod 
Mack sacked Georgia Tech quarter- 
back Shawn Jones causing Jones to 
fumble the ball into the endzone. 
Michael Cheever recovered the ball 
in the endzone for Tech. which was 
then ruled a safety for Maryland. 
Georgia Tech won the game, 28-26. 

RECOVERED TWO FUMBLES IN 
ONE GAME - Sept. 7, 1991. 
Linebacker Mike Jarmolowich recov- 
ered two fumbles against Virginia to 
open the 1991 season. The first led 
directly to a Terp touchdown and 
the second stalled a third quarter 
Cavalier drive. 

SHUTOUT AN OPPONENT - Oct. 28, 
1989. Maryland blanked North 
Carolina, 38-0, for the Terps' largest 
winning margin since the 1983 sea- 
son. The shutout win was the Terps 
largest since a 28-0 victory over West 
Virginia during the 1985 season. The 
Terp defense forced the Tar Heels 
into rune turnovers and only 219 
total yards of offense. 



FIVE TOUCHDOWNS IN ONE GAME ■ 
Nov. 7, 1950. Bob Shemonski scored 
five touchdowns in a 63-7 victory over 
Virginia Tech. 

FOUR TOUCHDOWNS IN ONE GAME 
• Nov 3, 1984. Rick Badanjek scored 
four times in the Terps' 34-23 victory 
over North Carolina at Kenan 
Stadium. 

THREE TOUCHDOWNS IN ONE 
GAME - Nov. 12, 1988. With the 
Atlantic Coast Conference title on the 
line, tailback Ricky Johnson scored 
twice in a 28-24 loss to Georgia Tech. 
He opened the games scoring with a 
two-yard dash in the first quarter and 
was on the receiving end of a five 
yard pass from Neil O'Donnell in the 
third quarter. 

TWO TOUCHDOWNS IN ONE GAME 

- Nov. 14, 1992. Record setting wide 
receiver Marcus Badgett caught two 
touchdown passes from John Kaleo in 
the final game of his career. His 
second reception of the day was his 
75 of the season and set a new Atlan- 
tic Coast Conference record for recep- 
tions in a season. Maryland defeated 
Clemson in Byrd Stadium, 53-23. 

MISSED A POINT AFTER TOUCH- 
DOWN - Nov 14, 1992. Terp kicker 
Dave DeArmas missed wide left in 
the third quarter of Maryland's 53-23 
victory over Clemson. 

FIELD GOAL OF 50 OR MORE 
YARDS - Oct. 26, 1991. Dan DeArmas 
connected on a 50-yard field goal on 
Homecoming Day 1991. The kick 
came at the end of the second quarter 
and put the Terps up 10-7. Duke 
mounted a 10-point second half come 
back to gam a 17-13 victory. 

THREE FIELD GOALS IN ONE GAME 

- Sept. 16, 1989. Dan DeArmas kicked 
three field goals despite a driving ram 
storm during Maryland's 23-0 victory 
over Western Michigan. 

FOUR FIELD GOALS IN ONE GAME - 
Oct. 19. 1985. Maryland got four field 
goals from Dan Plocki and defeated 
Wake Forest 26-3 at Groves Stadium. 

FIVE FIELD GOALS IN ONE GAME - 
Sept. 22, 1979. Dale Castro booted 
five field goals in a 35-14 victory over 
Mississippi m Bytd Stadium. 



The Last Time In Terrapin Opponents' History 



KICKOFF RETURNED FOR A 
TOUCHDOWN - Sept. 17, 1987. West 
Virginia's Eugene Napoleon returned 
the games opening kickoff from 
Maryland's Dan Plocki 94-yards for a 
touchdown. The Terps, however, 
won the contest, 25-20, in Byrd Sta- 
dium. 

BLOCKED PUNT RETURNED FOR A 
TOUCHDOWN - Oct 31, 1987. Norns 
Davis of North Carolina picked up 
a blocked Darryl Wright punt and 
returned it 26 yards for a Tar Heel 
touchdown in a 27-14 wo over the 
Terps. 

PUNT RETURNED FOR A TOUCH- 
DOWN -Nov. 15, 1991. Darnell 
Stephens raced 89 yards with a Dan 
DeArmas punt as Clemson defeated 
Maryland, 40-7, at Clemson's 
Memorial Stadium. DeArmas was 
punting from the Maryland 48 and 
kicked a 37-yard spiral that Stephens 
returned to cap Clemson's scoring 
for the day. 

INTERCEPTION RETURNED FOR A 
TOUCHDOWN -Oct 21, 1989. 
Syracuse linebacker John Lusardi 
intercepted a John Kaleo pass in the 
endzone for an touchdown. The in- 
terception nd ensuing score put 
Syracuse up 21-14; the Orange never 
trailed after that. Syracuse won the 
game, 31-17. in Byrd Stadium. 

RECORDED A SAFETY AGAINST 
MARYLAND - Nov. 14, 1992. Terp 
punter Dave DeArmas ran out of the 
back of the endzone in third quarter 
against Clemson, making the score 
27-17. Maryland won the game, 
53-23, to close Mark Duffner's first 
season. 

SHUTOUT MARYLAND - Nov. 2, 
1991. North Carolina won at its 
homecoming, 24-0. Maryland was 
outgained on the ground 38-67. It 
was the first time m 71 games that 
Maryland was held scoreless. 

THREE TOUCHDOWNS IN ONE 
GAME - Oct. 29, 1988. North Caroli- 
na's Kennard Martin scored on runs 
of 28, 13 and two yards. Maryland 
defeated the Tar Heels, 41-38, at 
Kenan Stadium. 

TWO TOUCHDOWNS IN ONE GAME 
■ Nov. 7, 1992. Florida State's Clyde 
Allen scored two touchdowns as the 
Seminoles defeated Maryland, 69-21. 
Allen scored on a three yard run and 
a four-yard run. 



MISSED POINT AFTER 
TOUCHDOWN - Nov 17, 1992. 
Florida State kicker Dan Mowrey 
had a point after attempt blocked by 
Terp's defensive tackle Madison 
Bradley. The Seminoles won the 
game in Doak Stadium. 69-21. 

FIELD GOAL OF 50 OR MORE 

YARDS -Nov 14, 1992. Nelson 
Welch of Clemson connected from 
52 yards during a 53-23 Maryland 
victory at Byrd Stadium. 

FIVE FIELD GOALS IN ONE GAME 

■ Nov. 14, 1992. Clemson's Nelson 
Welch kicked a school record five 
field goals. Welch was successful 
from 22, 32, 32, 43 and 52 yards. 
Maryland won the game, 53-23 at 
Byrd Stadium. 

THREE FIELD GOALS IN ONE 
GAME - Sept. 24, 1988. Damon 
Hartman of N.C. State connected on 
field goals of 45, 28 and 25 yards. 
Maryland defeated the Wolfpack, 
30-36 in Byrd Stadium. 

TWO FIELD GOALS IN ONE GAME 

■ Oct. 24, 1992. Duke's Randy 
Gardner kicked a a pair of field 
goals from 29 and 43 yards at 
Wallace Wade Stadium. Maryland 
won the game on the last play of the 
game; a 37 yard scoring pass from 
quarterback John Kaleo to wide 
receiver Marcus Badgett.The Last 
Time It Happened in Terrapin 
History 




Jermaine Lewis's speed meant 
a big block vs. Georgia Tech. 



103 



ic, Top Single Game Efforts 




ING 
Most Passes Attempted 



1. 58 John Kaleo vs. North Carolina, October 31, 1992 

56 John Kaleo vs. N.C. State, September 12, 1992 

3. 54 Dan Henning vs. N.C. State, September 27, 1986 

4. 48 John Kaleo vs. Wake Forest, October 17, 1992 

4. 48 Stan Gelbaugh vs. Penn State, October 6, 1984 

6. 47 Jim Sandwisch vs Pittsburgh, October 5, 1991 
46 Scott Zolak vs. Virginia Tech, September 1, 1990 
45 John Kaleo vs. Duke, October 24, 1992 
45 Scott Zolak vs. Michigan, September 29, 1990 

9. 44 Dan Henning vs. N.C. State, September 26, 1987 

Most Passes Completed 

1. 32 John Kaleo vs. Virginia, September 5, 1992 

2. 31 John Kaleo vs. North Carolina, October 31, 1992 

3. 30 John Kaleo vs. Duke, October 24, 1992 

3. 30 John Kaleo vs. Wake Forest, October 17, 1992 

5. 29 Scott Zolak vs. Michigan, September 29, 1990 

6. 28 Scott Zolak vs. Virginia Tech, September 1, 1990 

7. 27 John Kaleo vs. Clemson, November 4, 1992 

7. 27 Dan Henning vs. N.C. State, September 27, 1986 
9. 24 John Kaleo vs. Pittsburgh, October 3, 1992 

9. 24 Boomer Esiason vs. West Virginia, September 8, 1983 

Most Yards Passing 

1. 418 John Kaleo vs. Clemson, November 4, 1992 

2. 415 John Kaleo vs. Pittsburgh, October 3, 1992 

3. 405 John Kaleo vs. Wake Forest, October 17, 1992 

4. 378 John Kaleo vs. Duke, October 24, 1992 

5. 367 Dan Henning vs. North Carolina, November 1, 1986 

6. 361 Stan Gelbaugh vs. Clemson, November 16, 1985 

7. 318 Jim Sandwisch vs. Wake Forest, October 19, 1991 

8. 315 Dan Henning vs. Vanderbilt, September 13, 1986 

9. 314 Stan Gelbaugh vs. Duke, October 26, 1985 
9. 314 Bob Avellini vs. Duke. October 21, 1972 

Passing Completion Percentage (minimum 10 attempts) 

1. 909 Bob Avellmi vs. Duke (10-11) 1974 

2. 777 Scott Zolak vs. Wake Forest (14-18) 1990 

2. 777 Dick Shiner vs. North Carolina (14-18) 1962 

4. 677 Bob Avellini vs. Duke (21-31) 1972 

5. 667 John Kaleo vs. Duke 130-45) 1992 

6. 666 Scott Zolak vs. Duke (8-12) 1990 
6. 666 Mike Tice vs. Duke (8-12) 1979 

6. 666 Jack Scarbath vs. Boston (8-12) 1952 

9. 659 John Kaleo vs. Clemson (27-41) 1992 

10. 653 Dick Shiner vs. South Carolina (17-26) 1962 

Most Touchdowns 

1. 5 John Kaleo vs. Clemson, November 14, 1992 

2. 4 Mark Manges vs. Villanova, September 6, 1975 
3 3 John Kaleo vs. Pittsburgh, October 3, 1992 

3. 3 Neil O'Donnell vs. North Carolina, October 29, 1988 
3. 3 Dan Henning vs. North Carolina, November 1, 1986 
3. 3 Dan Henning vs. Wake Forest, October 18, 1986 

3. 3 Stan Gelbaugh vs. Clemson, November 16, 1985 

3. 3 Stan Gelbaugh vs. Duke, October 26, 1985 

3. 3 Stan Gelbaugh vs. Duke, October 27, 1984 

3. 3 Frank Reich vs. Miami, November 10, 1984 

3. 3 Boomer Esiason vs Wake Forest, October 15, 1983 

3. 3 Boomer Esiason vs Virginia, November 20, 1982 

3. 3 Alan Pastrana vs. Florida State, November 26, 1966 

3. 3 Alan Pastrana vs. N.C State, November 6, 1966 

3. 3 Alan Pastrana vs. Wake Forest, September 24, 1966 

3. 3 Jack Scarbath vs. Louisiana State, October 25, 1952 
Note: 2 Touchdowns thrown by 15 people 32 times. 



RECEIVING 



Most 

1. 
2 
3. 
3. 
3. 
6. 



Passes Caught 

14 Frank Wycheck vs. Virginia Tech, September 1, 1990 

12 Frank Wycheck vs. N.C. State, September 22, 1990 

11 Marcus Badgett vs. Pittsburgh, October 3, 1992 

11 Marcus Badgett vs. Wake Forest, October 17, 1992 

11 John Tice vs. Clemson, November 16, 1963 

10 Marcus Badgett vs. Penn State, September 26, 1992 

10 Darryl Hill vs. Clemson, November 16, 1963 

9 Marcus Badgett vs. Clemson, November 14, 1992 

9 Marcus Badgett vs. Duke, October 24, 1992 

9 Richie Harris vs. Clemson, November 14, 1992 

9 Chad Wiestling vs. Michigan, September 29, 1990 

9 John Schultz vs. Tennessee, September 13, 1975 



Most Yards 

1. 251 Marcus Badgett vs. Pittsburgh, October 3, 1992 

2. 220 James Milling vs. North Carolina, November 1, 1986 

3. 218 Marcus Badgett vs. Duke, October 24, 1992 

4. 188 Russell Davis vs. Penn State, September 11, 1982 

5 187 Marcus Badgett vs. Wake Forest, October 17, 1992 

6. 184 Marcus Badgett vs. Clemson, November 14, 1992 

7. 151 Azizuddin Abdur-Ra'oof vs Vanderbilt, September 15, 

8. 132 Marcus Badgett vs. Penn State, September 26, 1992 

9. 127 Pete Augsberger vs. Navy, September 30, 1950 

10. 123 Azizuddin Abdur-Ra'oof vs. Vanderbilt, November 21, 



1984 



1987 



Average Per Reception 

1. 44 James Milling vs. North Carolina (5/220) 1986 

2. 28 Lloyd Colteryahn vs. Auburn (4/112) 1952 

3. 26.8 Russell Davis vs, Penn State (7/188) 1982 

4. 26 Ben Scotti vs. Auburn (4/104) 1958 

5. 25.4 Pete Augsberger vs. Navy (5/127) 1950 
6 24.2 Marcus Badgett vs. Duke (9/218) 1992 

7. 22.8 Marcus Badgett vs. Pittsburgh (11/251) 1992 

8. 20.7 Lou Weidensaul vs. Clemson (4/83) 1952 

9. 20.3 Greg Hill vs. Duke (6/122) 1984 

10. 20 Marcus Badgett vs. Clemson (9/184) 1992 

10 20 Dean Richards vs. Virginia (6/120) 1978 




Richie Harris's senior year was remarkable: he caught more 
passes than any receiver in Terp history — save two, teammates 
Marcus Badgett and Frank Wycheck. 



104 



Terprofilic, Top Single Game Efforts 



Most Touchdowns 

1 3 James Milling vs. North Carolina, November 1, 1986 

2 2 Marcus Badgett vs. Clemson. November 14. 1992 
2. 2 Marcus Badgett vs. Duke. October 24, 1992 

2. 2 Marcus Badgett vs. Pittsburgh, October 3. 1992 

2. 2 Barry Johnson vs. Michigan, September 30. 1989 

2. 2 Vernon Joines vs. North Carolina. October 31, 1987 

2. 2 Bren Lowery vs West Virginia. September 19, 1987 

2. 2 Greg Hill vs. Miami. November 10, 1984 

2 2 Greg Hill vs Wake Forest. October 15. 1983 

2 2 Greg Hill vs. West Virginia. September 17, 1983 

2. 2 Greg Hill vs Duke. October 23. 1982 

2 2 Greg Hill vs Wake Forest. October 16. 1982 

2. 2 Russell Davis vs. Penn State. September 11, 1982 

2 2 Vince Kinney vs. Villanova, September 6, 1975 

2 2 Billy Van Heusen vs. Florida State. November 26. 1966 
2. 2 Darryl Hill vs. Wake Forest, October 26, 1963 

2. 2 Darryl Hill vs. Air Force, October 19, 1963 

2. 2 Lloyd Colteryahn vs. Louisiana State, October 25, 1952 

RUSHING 

Most Attempts 

1. 49 Charlie Wysocki vs. Duke. October 25, 1980 

2. 42 George Scott vs. Villanova, November 5, 1977 

3. 39 Charlie Wysocki vs. Syracuse, October 3, 1981 

3. 39 Billy Lovett vs. South Carolina, October 19. 1968 

5. 35 Charlie Wysocki vs. West Virginia, September 20. 1980 

5. 35 Charlie Wysockr vs. Richmond, November 12, 1977 

7. 33 Charlie Wysocki vs. Virginia, November 21, 1981 

7. 33 Len Chiavermi vs. South Carolina, October 27, 1962 

9. 32 John Nash vs. Wake Forest. October 17, 1981 

9. 32 Charlie Wysocki vs. Clemson, September 15, 1979 

Most Yards Gained 

1 240 Willie Joyner vs. North Carolina (16) 1982 

2. 237 George Scott vs. Villanova (42) 1977 

3. 222 Charlie Wysocki vs. Louisville (43) 1979 

4. 217 Rick Badanjek vs. Virginia (17) 1984 

5. 216 Charlie Wysocki vs. Duke (49) 1980 

6. 215 Steve Atkins vs. Syracuse (29) 1976 

7. 214 Alvin Blount vs. Clemson (29) 1984 

8. 213 Louis Carter vs. Virginia (29) 1974 

9. 202 Charlie Wysocki vs. Virginia (33) 1979 
10. 197 Steve Atkins vs. Clemson (28) 1979 

Average Per Carry (minimum 10 carries) 

1. 15.0 Willie Joyner vs. North Carolina (16/240)1982 

2. 14.3 Ralph Felton vs. N.C State (13/186) 1951 

3. 12.7 Rick Badanjek vs. Virginia (17/217)1984 

4. 9.9 Ted Kershner vs. N.C. State (13/129) 1956 

5. 9.6 Bob Shemonski vs. Georgetown (10/96) 1950 

6. 9.4 Ed Modzelewski vs. West Virginia (14/131) 1951 

7. 9.2 Ed Modzelewski vs. George Washington (15/138)1951 

8. 8.54 Ed Vereb vs. South Carolina (13/111) 1955 

9. 8.5 Ed Modzelewski vs. Missouri (12/102) 1951 
10. 8.4 Steve Atkins vs. Richmond (20/169) 1976 

Most Touchdowns 

1. 5 Bob Shemonski vs V.P.I., Dec. 2, 1950 

2. 4 Charlie Wysocki vs. Virginia, November 21, 1981 

3. 3 Rick Badanjek vs. North Carolina, November 3. 1984 
3. 3 Rick Badanjek vs. N.C. State. October 13. 1984 

3. 3 John Nash vs Wake Forest, October 16. 1982 

3. 3 Steve Adkins vs. Duke, October 28, 1978 

3. 3 George Scott vs. Villanova, November 5, 1977 

3. 3 Steve Adkins vs. Duke, October 22, 1977 

3 3 Steve Adkins vs Syracuse. September 25. 1977 
3. 3 Louis Carter vs. Clemson. November 17, 1973 

3. 3 Dermis O'Hara vs. Wake Forest, October 4. 1969 

3. 3 Dennis Condie vs. Virginia, November 19, 1960 

3. 3 Jim Joyce vs. Virginia, November 21, 1959 

3. 3 John Forbes vs. Miami (Fla), November 14, 1958 



PUNTING 

Most Punts 

1. 12 Steve Adams vs Florida, October 10, 1981 
2 11 Dale Castro vs Penn State, October 6, 1979 

2. 11 Dale Castro vs Kentucky. September 29, 1979 
2 11 Mike Sochko vs Cincinnati, November 8, 1975 
2 11 Greg Fries vs. Syracuse, October 11, 1969 

2 11 Greg Fries vs. Clemson, November 9, 1968 

7. 10 Dan DeArmas vs. Georgia Tech, October 6, 1990 

7. 10 Dale Castro vs. Clemson, September 15, 1979 

7. 10 Dale Castro vs. Penn State, November 4, 1978 

7. 10 Mike Sochko vs. Penn State, September 24, 1977 

7. 10 Dan DeArmas vs. Georgia Tech, October 12, 1991 

7. 10 Dan DeArmas vs. North Carolina, November 2, 1991 

7 10 Dan DeArmas vs. Penn State, November 9, 1991 

Best Punting Average (minimum 2 punts) 

1. 47.6 Bernie Falony vs. Mississippi, November 15, 1952 

2. 47.3 Dan DeArmas vs. Wake Forest, October 13, 1990 

3. 46.6 Phil Wagenheim vs. Virginia, November 23, 1974 

4. 45.5 Greg Fries vs. South Carolina, October 19, 1968 

5. 45.0 Phil Wagenheim vs. Wake Forest, October 19, 1974 

6. 44.3 Mike Sochko vs. Clemson, September 10, 1977 

7. 44.0 Greg Fries vs. Florida State, September 21,1968 

8. 43.1 Ken Schroy vs.Miami(Fla),November je, 1972 

9. 43.0 Dan DeArmas vs. West Virginia, September 8, 1990 
9. 43.0 Steve Adams vs. Vanderbilt, September 12,1981 

9. 43.0 Dale Castro vs. Wake Forest, October 18,1980 



FIELD GOALS 

Most Attempts 



1. 5 Dan Plocki vs. West Virginia, September 21, 1985 

1. 5 Dale Castro vs. Mississippi State. September 22, 1979 

3. 4 Dan DeArmas vs. Wake Forest, October 14, 1989 

3. 4 Dan Plocki vs. N.C. State, September 27, 1986 

3. 4 Jess Atkinson vs. Vanderbilt, September 15, 1984 

3. 4 Jess Atkinson vs. N.C. State, September 26, 1981 

3. 4 Dale Castro vs. Clemson, September 16, 1979 

3. 4 Ed Loncar vs. Louisville, September 16. 1978 

3. 4 Ed Loncar vs. Syracuse. October 14. 1975 

3. 4 Bernardo Bramson vs. Clemson, November 13, 1965 

Most Made 

1. 5 Dale Castro vs. Mississippi State, September 22, 1979 

2. 4 Dan Plocki vs. West Virginia, September 21, 1985 
2. 4 Dale Castro vs. Clemson, September 15, 1979 

4. 3 Dan DeArmas vs. Duke, October 20, 1990 

4. 3 Dan DeArmas vs. Western Michigan, September 16, 1989 

4. 3 Dan Plocki vs. Syracuse, October 1, 1988 

4. 3 Dan Plocki vs. N.C. State, September 27, 1986 

4. 3 Jess Atkinson vs. Virginia, October 1, 1983 

4. 3 Ed Loncar vs. North Carolina, September 23, 1978 

4. 3 Steve Mike-Mayer vs. Alabama, September 14, 1974 

4. 3 Steve Mike-Mayer vs. Villanova, October 14, 1972 

4. 3 Vincent Scott vs. West Virginia. September 19, 1959 




Willie Joyner broke free in 1982. 



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Top Season Efforts 



; PASSING 

Most Passes Attempted 

1. 482 John Kaleo - 1992 

2. 418 Scott Zolak - 1990 

3. 353 Dan Henning - 1986 

4. 314 Boomer Esiason • 1982 

5. 311 Stan Gelbaugh - 1985 

6. 294 Boomer Esiason - 1983 

7. 291 Jim Sandwisch - 1991 

8. 287 Dan Henning - 1987 

9. 280 Neil O'DonneU - 1989 
10. 267 Neil O'Donnell - 1988 

Most Passes Completed 

1. 286 John Kaleo - 1992 

2. 225 Scott Zolak ■ 1990 

3. 196 Dan Henning - 1986 

4. 176 Boomer Esiason - 1982 

5. 166 Stan Gelbaugh • 1985 

6. 163 Boomer Esiason - 1983 

7. 160 Neil O'DonneU - 1988 

8. 157 Dan Henning - 1987 

9. 156 Neil O'DonneU • 1989 
10. 142 Jim Sandwisch • 1991 

Most Yards 

1. 3392 John Kaleo - 1992 

2. 2725 Dan Henning- 1986 

3. 2589 Scott Zolak • 1990 

4 2475 Stan Gelbaugh- 1985 

5. 2322 Boomer Esiason - 1983 

6. 2302 Boomer Esiason - 1982 

7. 2103 Neil O'DonneU - 1989 

8. 1973 Neil O'DonneU - 1988 

9. 1835 Dan Henning - 1987 
10. 1648 Bob AveUini - 1974 

Completion Percentage 
(200 attempts minimum) 

1. .599 Neil O'DonneU - 1988 

2. .596 Dick Shiner - 1962 

3 593 John Kaleo - 1992 

4 561 Boomer Esaison - 1982 

5. .557 NeU O'DonneU - 1989 

6. .544 Boomer Esaison - 1983 

7. .547 Dan Henning - 1987 

8. .538 Scott Zolak - 1990 

9. .534 Stan Gelbaugh - 1985 
10. .524 Al Nevule - 1971 

Touchdowns 

1 18 Boomer Esiason - 1982 

2. 17 Alan Pastrana - 1966 
17 John Kaleo - 1992 

3. 15 Boomer Esaison - 1983 
15 Stan Gelbaugh - 1985 
15 Dan Henning - 1986 

7. 12 NeU O'DonneU - 1988 

8. 11 Mark Manges - 1976 

9. 10 Al Nevule - 1971 
10 Dick Shiner - 1963 

10 Neil O'DonneU - 1989 
10 Scott Zolak • 1990 



RECEIVING 

Receptions 

1. 75 Marcus Badgett - 1992 

2. 58 Frank Wycheck - 1990 

3. 56 Richie Harris - 1992 

4. 52 Dan Prunzik - 1992 

5. 51 Greg Hill - 1984 

6. 47 Tom Brown - 1962 

7. 45 Frank Wycheck - 1991 

8. 44 Bren Lowery - 1987 

9. 43 Darryl HiU - 1963 

43 Barry Johnson - 1989 

Yards 

1. 1240 Marcus Badgett - 1992 

2. 820 Greg HiU - 1984 

3. 689 Barry Johnson - 1989 

4. 680 Dan Prunzik - 1992 

5. 671 Azizuddm Abdur-Ra'oof - 1985 
6 650 James Milling - 1986 

7. 629 Barry Johnson - 1990 

8. 617 Azizuddm Abdur-Ra'oof - 1987 

9. 603 FerreU Edmunds - 1987 
10. 593 Lloyd Colteryahn - 1952 

Average Per Reception 

1. 21.0 Marcus Badgett - 1991 

2 19.7 James Milling - 1986 

3. 19.2 Azizuddm Abdur-Ra'oof - 1987 

4. 18.5 Barry Johnson - 1990 
18.5 Lloyd Colteryahn - 1952 

6. 17.2 FerreU Edmunds - 1987 

7. 16.5 Marcus Badgett - 1992 

8. 16.4 Dean Richards - 1978 

9. 16.1 Greg HiU - 1984 

10 16.0 Barry Johnson - 1989 

Touchdowns 

1. 9 Marcus Badgett - 1992 

2. 8 Dan Bungon - 1971 

3. 7 BiUy Van Heusen - 1966 
7 Greg HU1 - 1982 

7 Greg Hill - 1983 

6. 6 Don Ratliff - 1972 

6 James MiUing - 1986 

6 Barry Johnson - 1989 

9. 5 Walter White - 1973 

5 Kim Hoover - 1975 

5 Vernon Joines - 1987 

5 Sean Sullivan - 1983 

5 RusseU Davis - 1982 



RUSHING 

Attempts 

1. 334 Charlie Wysocki - 1980 

2. 283 Steve Atkins - 1978 

3. 247 Charlie Wysocki - 1979 

4. 224 Louis Carter - 1974 

5. 221 Art Seymore - 1970 

6. 218 Louis Carter - 1973 

7. 217 Billy Lovett - 1968 

8. 198 Willie Joyner - 1983 
9 188 George Scott - 1977 

10. 182 Bo Hickey - 1964 



Yards 

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Steve Atkins - 1978 
Charlie Wysocki - 1979 
Willie Joyner - 1982 
Louis Carter - 1974 
Art Seymore - 1970 
BiUy Lovett - 1968 
WUlie Joyner - 1983 
Lou Gambino - 1947 
George Scott - 1977 
Bo Hickey - 1964 




John Kaleo: 1992 was an air show 
extraordinaire. 



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Terprolific, Top Season Efforts 



Average Per Carry 
(minimum 100 carriers) 

1, 7.2 Lu Gambino • 1947 

2 5.9 Willie Joyner - 1982 

3. 5 9 Alvin Blount ■ 1984 

4 5 8 Steve Adkins • 1976 

5 5 7 Ed Vereb - 1955 

6 5.6 Ralph Felton ■ 1953 
7. 5.5 Tommy Neal • 1984 

8 5 5 Ed Modzelewski ■ 1949 

9 5.5 Bob Shemonski - 1950 
10 5.2 Hubert Werner - 1948 

Rushing Touchdowns 

1. 15 Bob Shemonski ■ 1950 

15 Rick Badanjek ■ 1984 

3. 14 Ed Vereb - 1955 

14 Louis Carter • 1973 

5. 12 Rick Badanjek - 1985 

6. 11 Lou Gambino • 1947 

11 Charlie Wysocki ■ 1980 

8 10 Steve Atkins ■ 1978 

9 9 Steve Adkins • 1977 
9 Rick Badanjek - 1982 

PUNTING 

Punts 

1. 90 Dan DeArmas -1991 

2. 83 Dale Castro - 1979 

3. 83 Dale Castro • 1980 

4. 72 Greg Fries • 1969 

5. 72 Greg Fries - 1968 

6. 70 Dan DeArmas ■ 1990 

7. 67 John Petronaci - 1971 

8. 66 Dale Castro - 1978 

9 63 Darryl Wright • 1987 

10. 62 Darryl Wright - 1986 

Punting Average 

1. 42.2 Phil Wagenheim • 1974 

2. 41.5 Dan DeArmas - 1989 

3. 40.9 Dale Castro- 1980 

4. 40 8 Mike Sochko ■ 1977 

5. 40.6 Darryl Wnght - 1987 

6. 40.4 Mike Sochko • 1975 
40.4 Duey Graham - 1970 

8. 40.2 Dan DeArmas • 1991 

9. 39.7 Ed Roth • 1949 

10. 39.5 Dan DeArmas - 1990 

KICKING 

Field Goals Attempted 

1. 26 Ed Loncar • 1978 

2. 25 Steve Mike-Mayer - 1974 

3. 24 Steve Mike-Mayer - 1973 

4. 22 Jess Atkinson - 1982 
22 Dan Plocla - 1988 

6. 21 Jess Atkinson - 1981 

21 Dale Castro - 1979 

8. 20 Jess Atkinson - 1984 

20 Mike Sochko- 1975 

10. 19 Jess Atkinson - 1983 



Field Goals Made 

1 17 Jess Atkinson - 1984 

17 Dan Plocki - 1988 

17 Dale Castro - 1979 

4 16 Jess Atkinson - 1982 

16 Ed Loncar • 1978 

6 15 Jess Atkinson - 1983 

15 Steve Mike-Mayer - 1974 

8. 14 Dan DeArmas - 1990 

9 12 Jess Atkinson - 1981 

12 Steve Mike-Mayer - 1973 

12 Mike Sochko - 1975 

SCORING 

Points Scored 

1 102 Rick Badanjek - 1984 

2. 97 Bob Shemonski - 1950 

3. 96 Lou Gambino - 1947 
96 Ed Vereb - 1955 

5. 88 Jess Atkinson - 1984 



87 Jess Atkinson - 1982 

84 Louis Carter - 1973 

79 Steve Mike-Mayer - 1974 

78 Dan Plocki - 1988 

73 Jess Atkinson - 1983 

73 Ed Loncar - 1978 



TOTAL OFFENSE 

Yards 

1 3,472 John Kaleo - 1992 

2. 2,681 Dan Henmng - 1986 

3. 2,392 Scott Zolak - 1990 

4 2,385 Stan Gelbaugh- 1985 

5. 2,290 Boomer Esiason - 1983 

6. 2,231 Boomer Esiason - 1982 

7. 2,139 Neil O'Donnell - 1988 

8. 2,059 Neil O'Donnell - 1989 

9. 1,782 Dan Henmng- 1987 
10. 1,689 Bob Avellmi - 1974 



DEFENSE 

Tackles 

1. 188 Neal Olkewicz • 1978 

2 186 Ted Klaube • 1977 

3 180 Eric Wilson - 1983 

4. 173 Harry Walters - 1974 

5 172 Kevin Walker • 1987 

6. 160 Eric Wilson- 1984 

7. 159 Brian Matera - 1979 

8. 157 Brad Can - 1976 

9 153 Mike Jarmolowich - 1991 

10 151 Chuck Faucette - 1986 

151 Bruce Palmer - 1978 

Sacks 

1. 13 Mark Duda - 1982 

13 Bruce Palmer - 1978 

3 12 Randy White - 1974 

12 Charles Johnson - 1978 

12 Bruce Mesner - 1985 

6 11 Mike Corvino - 1981 

11 Martin Van Horn - 1978 

8. 10 Gumest Brown - 1981 

10 Jack Bradford - 1990 

10. 8 Ernie Salley - 1975 




Marcus Badgett is the greatest s : - 
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tell it like it is. 



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Average Per Reception 
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1. 19.1 Billy Van Heusen (1965-67) 


1. 850 Boomer Esiason (1981-83) 


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2. 658 NeU O'DonneU (1987-89) 


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3. 641 Dan Henning (1985-87) 


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17 7 Greg Hill (1982-84) 


4, 537 John Kaleo (1991-92) 


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17 5 Azizuddin Abdur-Ra'oof (1984-87) 


5. 536 Dick Shiner (1961-63) 


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17.48 Marcus Badgett (1990-92) 
17,2 Russell Davis (1981-83) 


6. 509 Scott Zolak (1988-90) 




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17.1 Bobby Collins (1964-66) 


7. 454 Stan Gelbaugh (1981-85) 




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16 2 Ferrell Edmunds (1984-87) 


8. 402 Al Neville (1971-73) 


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9. 394 Bob Avelhni (1972-74) 




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10. 367 Alan Pastrana (1966, 68) 


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1. 461 Boomer Esiason (1981-83) 


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2, 387 NeU O'Donnell (1987-89) 


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5. 10 Azizuddin Abdur-Ra'off (1984-87) 


3. 353 Dan Henning (1985-87) 


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4. 305 John Kaleo (1991-92) 


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5. 287 Dick Shiner (1961-63) 


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6. 270 Scott Zolak (1988-90) 


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7. 251 Stan Gelbaugh (1981-85) 


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8. 231 Bob Avelhni (1972-74) 


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11 7 James Milling (1984-87) 


9. 217 Al Neville (1971-73) 


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7 Billy Van Heusen (1965-67) 
7 Darryl HiU (1963-64) 


10. 183 Alan Pastrana (1966, 68) 


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7 Howie Dare (1954-55, 57) 


1.6,259 Boomer Esiason (1981-83) 








2. 4,984 Neil O'Donnell (1987-89) 


RECEIVING 


RUSHING 


3 4,560 Dan Henning (1985-87) 


Receptions 


Attempts 


4. 3,660 John Kaleo (1991-92) 


1. 134 


Frank Wycheck (1990-92) 


1. 769 Charlie Wysocki (1978-81) 


5. 3,659 Stan Gelbaugh (1981-85) 


2. 108 


Azizuddin Abdur-Ra'oof (1984-87) 


2. 625 Steve Atkms (1975-78) 


6. 3,410 Dick Shiner (1961-63) 


3. 106 


Barry Johnson (1987-90) 


3. 561 Louis Carter (1972-74) 


7. 3,222 Bob Avelhni (1972-74) 


4. 103 


Frank Wycheck (1990- ) 


4 521 Rick Badanjek (1982-85) 


9. 3,124 Scott Zolak (1988-90) 


5. 101 


Ferrell Edmunds (1984-87) 


5. 452 BiUy Lovett (1966-68) 


9. 2,601 Larry Dick (1975, 77) 


6. 100 


Frank RusseU (1972-74) 


6. 437 Willie Joyner (1980-83) 


10. 2,552 Alan Pastrana (1966, 68) 


100 
8. 97 


Marcus Badgett (1990-92) 
Greg Hill (1982-84) 


437 Art Seymore (1970-72) 
8. 426 Alvin Blount (1983-86) 


Completion Percentage 


9 89 


Bren Lowery (1986-89) 


9. 402 Bren Lowery (1986-89) 


1. .629 (132-210) Frank Reich (1983-84) 


10. 83 


Vemon Joines (1985-88) 


10. 339 Alvin Maddox (1975-78) 


2. .590 (231-394) Bob Avellim (1972-74) 


83 


John Tice (1979-82) 


Yards 


3. .588 (180-306) Larry Dick (1975, 77) 


Yards 




1. 3,317 Charlie Wysocki (1978-81) 


.588 (387-658) Neil O'Donnell (1987-89) 


1. 1,895 


Azizuddin Abdur-Ra'oof (1984-87) 


2. 2,971 Steve Atkms (1975-78) 


5. .582 (127-218) Dale Betty (1958-60) 


2. 1,748 


Marcus Badgett (1990-92) 


3 2,417 Rick Badanjek (1982-85) 


6. .568 (305-537) John Kaleo (1991-92) 


3. 1,721 


Greg Hill (1982-84) 


4. 2,266 Louis Carter (1972-74) 


7. .553 (251-454) Stan Gelbaugh (1981-85) 


1,721 


Barry Johnson (1987-90) 


5. 2.158 Alvin Blount (1983-86) 


8. .551 (353-641) Dan Henning (1985-87) 


5. 1,641 


Ferrell Edmunds (1984-87) 


6. 2,140 Willie Joyner (1980-83) 

7. 1,913 Billy Lovett (1966-68) 

8. 1,845 Alvin Maddox (1975-78) 

9. 1,656 Art Seymore (1970-72) 


9. .547 (58-106) Ben Kinard (1973-74) 


6 1,445 


James Milling (1984-87) 


10 .542 (461-850) Boomer Esiason (1981-83) 


7 1,408 


Russell Davis (1981-83) 


Touchdowns 


8. 1,344 

9. 1,253 


Frank RusseU (1972-74) 
Vernon Joines (1985-88) 


10. 1,611 Bren Lowery (1986-89) 


1. 42 Boomer Esiason (1981-83) 


10 1,211 


Gary Collins (1959-61) 


Rushing Touchdowns 


2 26 NeU O'Donnell (1987-89) 






1. 46 Rick Badanjek (1982-85) 


3. 24 Dan Henning (1985-87) 






2. 31 Steve Atkins (1975-78) 


4. 23 Alan Pastrana (1966, 68) 






3. 26 Charlie Wysocki (1978-81) 


5. 22 Jack Scarbath (1950-52) 






4. 25 Louis Carter (1972-74) 


6. 21 Dick Shiner (1961-63) 






5. 18 Tommy Neal (1983-86) 
18 Bob Shemonski (1950-51) 


7 20 Stan Gelbaugh (1981-85) 






7, 17 Ed Vereb (1953-55) 


8. 19 Bob Avellim (1972-74) 






8. 15 Chet Hanulak (1951-53) 


9. 18 John Kaleo (1991-92) 






9. 14 Alvin Maddox (1975-78) 


10. 17 Al NeviUe (1971-73) 






10 12 Alvin Blount (1983-86) 



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PUNTING 


Scoring 






Interceptions 




1 308 


Jess Atkinson (1981-84) 




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Tom Brown (1960-62) 


Punts 


2 286 


Rick Badaniek (1982-85) 




2 


15 


Bob Smith (1972-74) 


1, 268 Dan DeArmas (1988-91) 


3. 227 


Dan Plocki (1985-88) 




3. 


14 


Lendell Jones (1981-83) 


2 224 Dale Castro (1978-80) 


4 203 


Steve Mike-Mayer (1972-74) 




4 


13 


Ken Schroy (1972-74) 


3. 209 Darrell Wright (1984-87) 


5 192 


Steve Atkins (1975-78) 






13 


Bob Sullivan (1963-66) 


4 169 Mike Sochko (1975-77) 


6 162 


Louis Carter (1972-74) 




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10 


Howard Eubanks (1979-82) 


5 168 Greg Fries (1968-70) 


7. 158 


Charlie Wysocki(1978-81) 






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Lloyd Burniss (1976-80) 


6. 142 Howard Humphries (1963-65) 


158 


Dan DeArmas (1988-91) 






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Ralph Lary (1977-80) 


7. 132 Alan Sadler (1981-83) 


9. 126 


Ed Modzelewski (1949-51) 




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Eric Wilson (1980-84) 


8 113 Gary Collins (1959-60) 


10 121 


Dale Castro (1979-80) 






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Clarence Baldwin (1981-83) 


9. 106 Phil Wagenheim (1973-74) 


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Jim Brechiel (1973-75) 


10 100 Billy Van Heusen (1966-67) 










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Wally Stainaker (1967-69) 




1 6,081 


Boomer Esiason (1981-83) 






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Keeta Covington (1983-86) 


Yards 


2. 5,060 


Neil O'Donnell (1987-89) 










1 10.627 Dan DeArmas (1988-91) 


3. 4,483 


Dan Henning (1985-87) 




Sacks 




2 8,548 Dale Castro (1978-80) 


4 3,686 


John Kaleo (1991-92) 




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24 


Mike Corvino (1979-82) 


3. 8,389 Darrell Wright (1984-87) 


5. 3,569 


Stan Gelbaugh (1981-85) 




2. 


19 


Mark Duda (1979-82) 


4 6,789 Mike Sochko (1975-77) 
5, 6,696 Greg Fries (1968-70) 


6. 3,533 

7. 3,423 


Dick Shiner (1961-63) 
Charlie Wysocki (1978-81) 






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19 


Bruce Palmer (1976-78) 
Charles Johnson (1976-78) 


8. 3,285 


Bob Avellini (1972-74) 




5. 


18 


Bruce Mesner (1983-86) 


6. 5,290 Howard Humphries (1963-65) 


9. 3,107 


Rick Badaniek (1982-85) 






18 


Gurnest Brown (1979-82) 


7, 5,125 Alan Sadler (1982-83) 


10 3,062 


Steve Atkins (1975-78) 




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17 


Joe Campbell (1973-76) 


8 4.205 Gary Collins (1959-60) 








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15 


Jack Bradford (1987-90) 


9. 4,138 Phil Wagenheim (1973-74) 


DEFENSE 






15 


Ernie Salley (1974-77) 


10. 3,957 Billy Van Heusen (1965-67) 


Tackles 






10 


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Marlin Van Horn (1977-78, 80) 


Average 


1 481 


Eric Wilson (1981-84) 










1. 40 7 Phil Wagenheim (1973-74) 


2 


466 


Chuck Faucette (1983-86) 










2. 40.4 Duey Graham (1970) 


3 


414 


Mike Jarmolowich (1989-92) 










3 40.2 Mike Sochko (1975-77) 


4 


386 


Brad Can (1974-77) 










4. 40.1 Darrell Wright (1984-87) 


5 


382 


Scott Saylor (1987-89) 










5. 39.9 Greg Fries (1968-70) 


6 


351 


Bruce Palmer (1976-78) 










6. 39.7 Dan DeArmas (1988-91) 


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347 


Mike Corvino (1979-82) 










7. 39.6 Billy Van Heusen (1966-67) 


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344 
330 


Ted Klaube (1975-77) 
Kevin Walker (1985-87) 










8 38.8 Alan Sadler (1981-83) 


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Charles Johnson (1975-78) 










9. 38.2 Dale Castro (1978-80) 
38.2 Berme Faloney (1951-53) 














































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hi Awards 



.inbinoe Trophy 

to lie uttsutr< hero of the season. 

1956 Al Wharton - Tackle 

1957 Wilbur Main • Center 

1958 Ted Kershner - Back 

1959 Joe Gardi - Tackle 

1960 Leroy Dietrich - Center 

1961 Dick Barlund ■ End 

1962 Mumis Banner - Halfback 

1963 George Stem - Halfback 

1964 John Kenny - End 

1965 Charles Krahling ■ Center 

1966 Bobby Collins • Back 

1967 Pat Baker - Back 

1968 Rick Carlson ■ End 

1969 Paul Fitzpatnck - Back 

1970 Robert J. MacBride - Tackle 

1971 Jeff Shugars - Quarter back 

1972 Ron Kecman - Center 

1973 Ken Scott ■ Tackle 

1974 Frank Russell - End 

1975 Jim Richey - Tackle 

1976 Bob Raba • End 

1977 Don Rhodes - Center 

1978 Mike Simon - Center 

1979 Richard Cummins - Guard 

1980 Scott Fanz • Tackle 

1981 Todd Wright - Center 

1982 Frank Kolencik • Defensive Guard 
John Nash • Back 

Doug Miller - Center 

1983 Tyrone Funnan - Guard 

1984 Bui Rogers - Tight End 

1985 George Colton • Guard 

1986 Sean Sullivan • End 

1987 Robert Klein - Guard 
Sean Scott - Linebacker 

1988 Matt D'Amico • Linebacker 
Dan Plocki • Kicker 

1989 Dean Green • Wide Receiver 
Mark Walsh • Defensive End 

1990 Doug Stump - Running Back 

1991 Greg Hrnes • Lmebacker 

1992 Dan Prunzik • Wide Receiver 

Anthony C. Nardo 
Memorial Trophy 

to the best football lineman of the 
year. 

1947 Pat McCarthy • Guard 

1948 Gene Kinney ■ Tackle 

1950 Bob Ward - Guard 

1951 Bob Ward • Guard 

1952 William Maletzky - Guard 

1953 Stan Jones - Tackle 

1954 Bob Pellegrini - Guard 

1955 Mike Sandusky - Tackle 

1956 Al Wharton ■ Tackle 

1957 Don Healy ■ Tackle 

1958 Fred Cole - Tackle 

1959 Tom Gunderman - Guard 

1960 Gary Collins - End 

1961 BUI Kirchiro • Tackle 

1962 Dave Crossan • Tackle 

1963 Olaf Drozdov - Tackle 

1964 Fred Joyce • Guard 

1965 Dick Absher - End 

1966 Dick Absher - End 

1967 Jim Lavrusky • Lmebacker 

1968 Ron Pearson • End 

1969 Peter Mama - 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 

1980 Eric Sievers • Tight End 

1981 Dave Pacella • Tackle 

1982 Dave Pacella - Tackle 

1983 Ron Solt • Guard 

1984 Kevm Glover - Center 

1985 J. D. Maarleveled - Tackle 

1986 Billy Hughes ■ Center 

1987 Billy Hughes - Center 

1988 Mark Agent - Center 

1989 Mike Kiselak • Guard 

1990 Clarence Jones - Tackle 

1991 Mitch Suplee • Center 

1992 Steve Ingram - Tackle 

Ray Krouse Memorial 
Award 

to the most valuable senior. 

1972 Ron Kecman • Center 

1974 Randy White - Defensive Tackle 

1975 John Schultz - Wmgback 

1976 Tim Wilson • Fullback 

1977 Ted Klaube - Guard 

1978 Neal Olkewicz - Lmebacker 

1979 Brian Matera • Lmebacker 

1980 Lloyd Burruss - Defensive Half- 
back 

1981 Greg Vanderhout - Defensive 
Guard 

1982 John Tice • Tight End 

1983 Boomer Esiason - Quarterback 

1984 Eric Wilson ■ Linebacker 

1985 Stan Gelbaugh • Quarterback 

1986 Chuck Faucette - Linebacker 

1987 Kevm Walker - Lmebacker 

1988 Dan Plocki - Kicker 

1989 Neil O'Donnell • Quarterback 
Scott Saylor • Lmebacker 

1990 Scott Zolak - Quarterback 

1991 Larry Webster - Defensive Tackle 

1992 Marcus Badgett - Wide Receiver 

The Teke Trophy 

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

(Became the Tenapm Club Award 
m 1975) 

1949 John Idzik -Back 

1950 John Idzik - Back 

1951 Bob Ward - Guard 

1952 Ed Fullerton - Back 

1953 Bernie Faloney - Back 

1954 John Irvine - Center 

1955 Bob Pellegrini - Center 

1956 Mike Sandusky - Tackle 

1957 Gene Alderton - Center 

1958 Bob Rusevlyan - Back 

1959 Kurt Schwarz - Tackle 

1960 Vmcent Scott - End 

1961 Gary Collins End 

1962 Tom Brown - Halfback 

1963 Bob Burton - Halfback 

1964 Olaf Drozdov - Tackle 

1965 George Stem - Back 

1966 Dick Absher - End 

1967 Lou Stickel - Back 

1968 Billy Lovett ■ Fullback 

1969 Kenneth B Dutton - Back 

1970 Peter Mama - Tackle 



1971 Tommy Miller - Back 

1972 Don Rathff - End 

1973 Paul Vellano - Guard 

1974 Randy White - Tackle 

1975 LeRoy Hughes - End 

1976 Bob Raba -End 

1977 Brad Can - Linebacker 

1978 Dean Richards - End 

1979 James Shaffer - End 

1980 Lloyd Burruss - Halfback 

1981 Charlie Wysocki - Tailback 

1982 Mike Corvino - Defensive Guard 

1983 Boomer Esiason - Quarterback 

1984 Eric Wilson - Linebacker 

1985 Rick Badanjek - Fullback 

1986 Chuck Faucette - Linebacker 

1987 Ferrell Edmunds - Tight End 

1988 Dan Plocki - Kicker 

1989 Mark Agent - Center 

1990 Barry Johnson - Wide Receiver 

1991 Larry Webster - Defensive Tackle 

1992 Mike Jarmolowich - Lmebacker 

Terps honored by the 
MClub 

A.V. WILLIAMS AWARD 

(Outstanding and conspicuous 
sportsmanship) 

1955 Ronnie Waller, Football 

1956 Lynn Beightol. Football 
Jack Davis, Football 

1957 Howard B. Dare, Jr., Football 

1958 Robert Rusevlyan, Football 

1959 Allen J. Bunge, Basketball 

1960 Dale Betty, Football 

1961 Donald Brown, Football 

1962 Clayton A. Beardmore, Lacrosse 

1963 Samuel G. Bossert. Wrestling 

1964 Robert J. Kopmsky, Wrestlmg 

1965 Donald Dunphy, Swimming 

1966 Frank Costello, Track 

1967 Robert C. Karch, Wrestling 

1968 Roland E. Memtt, Track 

1969 David C. Reiss, Track 

1970 John Baker, Track 

1971 James F, Norris, Baseball 

1972 Vmce L. Struble, Track 

1973 Albert A, Neville, Football 

1974 Tyrone Neal, Wrestling 

1975 LeRoy D. Hughes, Football 

1976 Robert W, Raba, Football 
Eugene F, Ochap, Football 

1977 Bradley S. Carr, Football 

1978 Dean Richards, Football 

1979 James K. Shafer, Football 

1980 Eric S. Sievers, Football 

1981 Brian J, Riendeau, Football 

1982 David W, Pacella, Football 

1983 Boomer Esiason, Football 

1984 Enc W. Wilson, Football 

1985 Scott B, Schankweiler, Football 

1986 Lewis I. Askew, Jr., Football 

1987 Robert Klein, Football 

1988 Chad Sydnor, Football 

1989 Bren Lowery, Football 

1990 Barry Johnson, Football 

1991 Lubo Zizakovic, Football 



JAMES M. "JIM" TATUM 
MEMORIAL AWARD 

(Lineman of the year) 

1959 Kurt A. Schwarz 

1960 Thomas E, Sankovich 

1961 Bill Kirchiro 

1962 David H. Crossan 

1963 Olaf A. Drozdov 

1964 Larry Bagranoff 

1965 Larry Bagranoff 

1966 Thomas J. Cichowski 

1967 TomMyslinski 

1968 Thomas A. Plevin 

1969 Peter A, Mama 

1970 Peter A, Mattia 

1971 Guy Roberts 

1972 Paul E. Vellano 

1973 Randy L. White 

1974 Randy L. White 

1975 Marion Koprowski 
Paul J Divito 

1976 Joseph P. Campbell 

1977 Theodore J. Klaube 

1978 Charles A. Johnson 

1979 Kervin D. Wyatt 

1980 Edward J. Gall, Jr. 

1981 Gregory A. Vanderhout 

1982 Mark D. Duda 

1983 Ronald M, Solt 

1984 Kevm P. Glover 

1985 Leonard A. Lynch 

1986 Bruce M. Mesner 

1987 Robert Arnold 

1988 Warren Powers 

1989 Mike Kiselak 

1990 Jack Bradford 
Rick Fleece 

1991 Lany Webster 

1992 Steve Ingram 

GEORGE C. COOK 
MEMORIAL AWARD 

(Highest academic average) 

1962 Don White, Quarterback 

1963 David D, Nardo, End 

1964 David D, Nardo, End 

1965 Bruce Springer, Back 

1966 Larry Bagranoff. Tackle 

1967 Charles Tine, Tackle 

1968 Ralph H, Fnedgen. Guard 

1969 Ralph H Fnedgen, Guard 
William L, Grant, End 

1970 Patnck Burke, Guard 

1971 Stephen D. Fromang, Tackle 

1972 Stephen D. Fromang, Tackle 

1973 James J. Martell, End 

1974 Albert A. Neville, End 

1975 Kim R. Hoover, End 

1976 Jonathan E. Claiborne, Safety 

1977 Jonathan E. Claiborne, Safety 

1978 Joseph M, Muffler, Defensive End 

1979 Ralph L. Lary in, Safety 

1980 Ralph L, Lary III, Safety 

1981 Mark Sobel. End 

1982 Gregory E. Harraka, Center 

1983 Gregory E, Harraka, Guard 

1984 Gregory E, Harraka, Guard 

1985 Dolph M. Tokarczyk, Tight End 

1986 Richard D, Shure, Fullback 

1987 Richard D, Shure. Fullback 

1988 John Rugg. Guard 

1989 Mark Agent, Center 

1990 Ken Oberle, Guard 

1991 Mitch Suplee, Center 

1992 Dave Marrone. Linebacker 



110 



Terprizes, Coaches Awards 



Terp Coaches Awards 








OFFENSIVE BACK 


OFFENSIVE LINEMAN 


DEFENSIVE BACK DEFENSIVE LINEMAN 


1952 Chester Hanulak - HB 


Tom Cosgrove - C 


Ed Fullerton - HB 


John Alderman - E 


1953 Ralph Felton - FB 


Marty Crytzer - E 


Dick Nolan - HB 


Bob Morgan - T 


1954 Ron Waller -HB 


Jack Bowersox - G 


Joe Horning - HB 


Tom McLuckie - G 


1955 Ed Vereb -HB 


Russell Dennis -E 


Lynn Beightol - QB 


Mike Sandusky - T 


1956 Fred Hamilton - HB 


Al Wharton - T 


Bob Rusevlyan - QB 


Mike Sandusky ■ T 


1957 Bob Rusevlyan - QB 


Tom Gunderman -G 


Bob Layman - HB 


Rod Breedlove - G 


1958 Bob Rusevlyan - QB 


Fred Cole - T 


Jim Joyce - FB 


Ben Scotti - E 


1959 Jim Joyce -FB 


Tom Gunderman - G 


Dwayne Fletcher - HB Rod Breedlove - G 


1960 Dale Betty - QB 


Bob Hacker - C 


Jim Davidson - HB 


Tom Sankovich - T 


1961 Dick Shiner -QB 


Roger Shoals - T 


Tom Brown - HB 


Dave Crossan - T 


1962 Tom Brown - HB 


Roger Shoals - T 


Joe Hrezo - LB 


Walter Rock - G 


1963 Dick Shiner ■ QB 


Gene Feher - C 


Eernie Anzzi - HB 


Joe Ferrante - G 


1964 Tom Hickey - TB 


Joe Frattaroli - G 


Bob Sullivan - HB 


Olaf Drozdov - T 


1965 Walt Marciniak - FB 


Matt Arbutina - T 


Fred Cooper - HB 


Larry Bagranoff - T 


1966 Alan Pastrana - QB 


Tom Cichowski - T 


Lou Stickel - HB 


Jim Lavrusky - LB 


1967 Billy Lovett - FB 


Ron Pearson - G 


Bob Colbert - HB 


Mike Grace - G 


1968 Billy Lovett - FB 


Bill Meister -G 


Kenny Dutton - HB 


Henry Gareis - E 


1969 Tom Miller - FB 


Bill Meister - G 


Tony Greene - S 


Peter Mattia - T 


1970 Art Seymore - HB 


Pat Burke - G 


Tony Greene - S 


Guy Roberts - E 


1971 Al Neville - QB 


Tim Brannon - G 


Larry Marshall - HB 


Chris Cowdrey - E 


1972 Bob Avelhni - QB 


Tim Brannon - G 


Bob Smith - S 


Paul VeUano - G 


1973 Louis Carter - TB 


Bart Purvis - G 


Harry Walters - LB 


Randy White - T 


1974 Louis Carter - TB 


Stan Rogers - T 


Harry Walters - LB 


Randy White - T 


1975 John Schultz - WB 


Marion Koprowski - T 


Kevin Benson - LB 


Paul Divito - G 


1976 Mark Manges - QB 


Ed Fulton - G 
Tom Schick - T 


Brad Carr - LB 


Joe Campbell - T 


1977 Larry Dick - QB 


Mike Yeates - G 


Brad Carr - LB 


Ted Klaube - G 


George Scott - HB 








1978 Steve Atkins - TB 


Eric Sievers - TE 
Kerwin Wyatt - G 


Neal Olkewicz - LB 


Charles Johnson - T 


1979 Charlie Wysocki - TB 


Kewin Wyatt - G 




Bruce Palmer - G 


1980 Chailie Wysocki - TB 


Eric Siever - TE 


Brian Matera - LB 


James Shaffer - E 


1981 Boomer Esiason - QB 


Dave Pacella - T 


Lloyd Burruss - HB 


Ed Gall - T 


1982 Boomer Esiason - QB 


Dave Pacella - T 


Darnell Dailey - LB 


Greg Vanderhout - G 


Willie Joyner - RB 




Bill McFadden - HB 


Mark Duda - T 


1983 Willie Joyner - RB 


Ron Solt - G 






1984 Rick Badanjek - FB 


Kevin Glover - C 


Clarence Baldwin - HB Pete Koch - T 


1985 Rick Badanjek - FB 


J. D. Maarleveld - T 


Al Covington - S 


Bruce Mesner - G 


1986 Tommy Neal - RB 


Billy Hughes - C 


Al Covington - S 


Bruce Mesner - G 


1987 Bren Lowery - RB 


Billy Hughes - C 


Keeta Covington - CB Ted Chapman - T 






Chad Sydnor - CB 




1988 Ricky Johnson - TB 


Mark Agent - C 


Chad Sydnor - CB 


Warren Powers - DT 


1989 Ricky Johnson - TB 


Mike Kiselak - G 


Eddie Tomhn - S 


Larry Webster - DT 


1990 Scot Zolak - QB 


Clarence Jones - T 


Glenn Page - LB 


Rick Fleece - G 


1991 Troy Jackson - RB 


Mitch Suplee - C 


Mike Jarmolowich - 


-B Larry Webster - DT 


1992 John Kaleo - QB 


Steve Ingram - T 


Scott Rosen - S 


Darren Drozdov - DT 


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Dr. John E. Faber, Jr. Award 

1992 John Kaleo. Quarterback 

Outstanding Specialist 

1992 Richie Hams. Punt Returns 






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Top Special Teams Performer 

1992 Angel Guena, Safety 




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Hammer Award 

1992 Angel Guena. Safety 




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1992 Andre Vaughn. Safety 








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John Schultz was the i 


best offensive back in 1975. 



111 



-America 




JCIATED PRESS 

' aE.ra 

1950 Bob Ward -G 

1951 BobWaid-G 

1952 Jack Scarbath - QB 
Dick Modzelewski - DT 

1953 Stan Jones - T 
1955 Bob Pellegrini - C 

1973 Randy White - DT 

1974 Randy White • DT 

Second Team 

1923 Bill Supplee • E 
1928 Gerald Snyder • FB 
1949 Ray Krouse ■ T 
1951 Dick Modzelewski • T 
Ed Modzelewski - FB 

1953 Bemie Faloney - QB 

1954 Bill Walker -E 
1961 Gary Collins - E 
1976 Joe Campbell - DT 
1984 Eric Wilson ■ LB 

Third Team 

1955 EdVereb-HB 
1973 Paul Vellano - DG 



FOOTBALL NEWS 

First Team 

1984 Eric Wilson - LB 

international news 

SERVICE 

(now merged as UPI) 
First Team 

1951 Bob Ward -G 

1952 Jack Scarbath - QB 
Dick Modzelewski • T 

1953 Stan Jones - T 
Bernie Faloney • QB 

1955 Bob Pellegrini • C 
Second Team 
1953 Chet Hanulak - HB 
1955 EdVereb-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 - K 

1976 Jop Campbell - DT 

1979 Dale Castro • K 

1984 Kevin Glover • C 

1985 J. D. Maarleveld - OT 

Second Team 

1983 Boomer Esiason - QB 
Ron Solt -OG 

UNITED PRESS 

First Team 

1951 Bob Ward -G 

1952 Jack Scarbath - QB 
Dick Modzelewski • DT 

1953 Stan Jones - T 
1955 Bob Pellegrini - C 
1961 Gary Collins ■ E 



1974 Randy White - DT 
1979 Dale Castro • K 
1985 J. D. Maarleveld - OT 

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 - DT 
1955 EdVereb-HB 

TIME MAGAZINE 

First Team 

1974 Randy White • DT 
Steve Mike-Mayer - K 



Honorable Mention 
All-Americans 

(AP & UPI) 

1931 Jess Krajcovic - G 

1934 Norwood Sothoron - FB 
Vic Willis - E 

Bill Guckeyson - HB 
Ed Minion • T 

1935 Bill Guckeyson • HB 
Vic Willis - E 

1936 Bill Guckeyson ■ HB 

1937 Jim Meade -HB 
1940 Bob Smith - C 

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

1947 Lou Gambino - HB 
Gene Kinney - C 

1948 Ray Krouse - T 
Elmer Wingate - E 

1950 Ed Modzelewski - FB 

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

1952 Stan Jones - T 

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



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



1955 Mike Sandusky - T 
Jack Davis - G 
Frank Tamburello - QB 
Ed Heunng - T 

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



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

1958 Rod Breedlove - G 
Fred Cole - T 




Randy White may be the best who ever played defensive tackle. 



112 



All-Terp All-America 




Jack Scarbath helped build Byrd Stadium as student, scored the 
first touchdown in it, quarterbacked Maryland to the top of colle- 
giate football, and along the way epitomized what a student- 
athlete should be. 



1959 Rod Breedlove - G 
Jim Joyce - FB 
Gary Collins - E 
Tom Gunderman - G 
Kurt Schwaiz - T 

1960 Gary Collins - E 
Dale Betty - QB 

1961 Bob Hacker -C 

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

1965 Bob Sullivan - DB 

1969 Ralph Sonntag • OT 

1970 Guy Roberts - DE 

1972 Paul Vellano - DG 
Bob Smith - DB 

1973 Randy White - DT 
Louis Carter - HB 
Bob Smith • DB 

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

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



1976 Brad Can • LB 
Ed Fulton - OG 
Mark Manges - QB 
Ken Roy • DB 
Tom Schick-OT 
Larry Seder • DG 

1977 TedKlaube-DG 

1978 Steve Atkins - TB 
Charles Johnson - DT 
Bruce Palmer • DG 
Lloyd Burruss - DB 

1979 Charlie Wysocki • TB 
Larry Stewart • OT 

1980 Charlie Wysocki ■ TB 
Lloyd Burruss - DB 
Marlin Van Horn - DG 

1982 Jess Atkinson - K 
Mark Duda- OT 
Boomer Esiason • QB 
Dave Pacella - OT 
John Tice - TE 

1983 Jess Atkinson - K 
Clarence Baldwin - DB 
Boomer Esiason - QB 
Pete Koch - DT 

Ron Solt - OG 
Eric Wilson - LB 

1984 Rick Badanjek - RB 
Al Covington - DB 
Ferrell Edmunds - TE 
Chuck Faucette - LB 



Kevin Glover • C 
Greg Hill • WR 
Len Lynch • OG 
Bruce Mesner - DG 

1985 Rick Badanjek • FB 
Al Covington • DB 
Keeta Covington ■ DB 
Ferrell Edmunds - TE 
Chuck Faucette - LB 
Len Lynch - OG 

J. D. Maarleveld • OT 
Bruce Mesner • DG 

1986 Chuck Faucette • LB 
Bruce Mesner • DG 
Keeta Covington ■ DB 
Ferrell Edmunds • TE 

1987 Ferrell Edmunds • TE 
Kevin Walker • LB 

1988 Matt D'Amico • LB 
Ben Jefferson - OT 
Dan Plocki • K 
Warren Powers • DT 
Scott Saylor - LB 



American Football 
Coaches Association 

First Team 

1961 Gary Collins ■ E 

1973 Paul Vellano • DG 

1974 Randy White • DT 
1976 Joe Campbell - DT 
1985 J.D. Maarleveld • QT 

Football Writers 
Association 

First Team 

1961 Gary Collins • E 
1974 Randy White • DT 
1976 Joe Campbell • DT 
1979 Dale Castro - K 




Gary Collins caught many key passes for the Terps and was 
voted All-America in 1961. 



113 



Azizuddin Abdur-Ra'oof WR 
Dicfe Absber LB-K 



John Alderton DE 

Steve Adkins RB 

O'Brien Alston LB 

Jess Atkinson K 

Bob Avellini QB 

Rick Badanjek FB 

Dick Bielski FB-TE-K 

Alvin Blount RB 

Rod Breedlove LB 

Brooke Brewer HB 

Donald Brown DB 

JB Brown DB 

Tom Brown S 

Lloyd Burruss S 

Harry Butsko LB 

Joe Campbell DE 

Louis Carter RB 

Ted Chapman DL 

Tom Chichowski T 

Fred Cole G 

Gary Collins FL-P 

Lloyd Colteryahn E 

George Colton G 

Ed Cooke DE 



Jim Corcoran QB 

Dave Crossan C 

Dave D'Addio RB 

Matt D'Amico LB 

Jack Davis G 

Mark Duda DT 

Ferrell Edmunds TE 

Boomer Esiason QB 

Chuck Faucette LB 

Ralph Felton LB 

Andy Fletcher FB 

Ed Fullerton DB 

Ed Fulton G 



Kansas City (1988-89) 

Washington (1967), Atlanta (1967-68), 

New Orleans (1969-71), 

Philadelphia (1972) 

Pittsburgh (1953) 

Green Bay (1979-81) 

Indianapolis Colts (1988- ) 

NY Giants (1985), St. Louis 

(1985), Washington (1986-87) 

Chicago Bears (1975-84), NY Jets (1984) 

Washington (1986) 

Philadelphia (1955-59), Dallas (1960-61) 

Baltimore (1962-63) 

Dallas (1987) 

Washington (1960-64), 

Pittsburgh (1965-67) 

Cleveland (1921), Akron (1922) 

Miami (1986), San Diego(1986) 

Miami (1989-91) 

Green Bay (1964-68), Washington (1969) 

Kansas City (1981-91). Denver (1992- ) 

Washington (1963) 

New Orleans (1977-78), Oakland 

(1979-81) 

Oakland (1975), Tampa Bay (1976-78) 

L.A. Raiders (1987) 

Denver (1967-68) 

LA Chargers (1960) 

Cleveland (1962-71) 

Baltimore (1954-56) 

New England (1987) 

Chicago Bears (1958), Philadelphia 

(1958), Baltimore (1959), NY Titans 

(1960-62), NY Jets (1963), Denver 

(1964-65), Miami (1966-67) 

Boston (1968) 

Washington (1965-69) 

Detroit (1984) 

Cincinnati (1989) 

Boston (1960) 

St. Louis (1983-85) 

Miami (1988- ) 

Cincinnati (1984- ) 

San Diego (1987- ) 

Washington (1954-60), Buffalo (1961-62) 

Buffalo (1920) 

Pittsburgh (1953) 

LA Rams (1978), Buffalo (1979) 




Ed Vereb, seen here againsi Oklahoma in the 1955 Orange Bowl, 
played for the Washington Redskins in 1960. 






II /,- 




Ferrell Edmunds runs tall in Miami. 



Lu Gambino 
Stan Gelbaugh 
O'Neil Glenn 
Kevin Glover 
Tony Greene 
Chet Hanulak 
Don Healy 

Bo Hickey 
Ben Jefferson 
Rick Jennings 

Barry Johnson 
Charles Johnson 
Vernon Joines 
Clarence Jones 
Stan Jones 

Vince Kinney 
Bill Kirchiro 
Pete Koch 

Ray Krouse 



Pete Ladygo 
John Lookabaugh 
J.D. Maarleveld 
Mark Manges 
Larry Marshall 



Jim Meade 
Bruce Mesner 
Steve Mike-Mayer 



James Milling 
Charlie Mills 
Stan Mills 



HB 

QB 

OT 

C 

CB 

HB 

T 

RB 
OT 
WR 

WR 
NT 
WR 
OT 
G-T-DT 

WR 

G 

DE 

DT 



G 

E 

T 

QB 

KR-DB 



FB 
DT 
K 



WR 

FB 

HB-E 



Baltimore (1948-49) 

Buffalo (1986-89), Cincinnati (1990- ) 

New England Patriots (1991- ) 

Detroit (1985- ) 

Buffalo (1971-79) 

Cleveland (1954, 1957) 

Chicago (1958-59), Dallas (1960-61), 

Buffalo (1962) 

Denver (1967) 

Indianapolis (1989) 

Oakland (1976-77), Tampa Bay 

(1977), San Francisco (1977) 

Denver Broncos (1991- ) 

Green Bay (1979-80, 1983) 

Cleveland (1989), Denver (1991- ) 

NY Giants (1991- ) 

Chicago Bears (1954-65), 

Washington (1966) 

Denver (1978-79) 

Baltimore (1962) 

Cmcinnati (1984), Kansas City (1985-8 

L.A. Raiders (1989- ) 

NY Giants (1951-55), Detroit (1956-57), 

Baltimore (1958-59), 

Washington (1960) 

Pittsburgh (1952, 1954) 

Washington (1946-47) 

Tampa Bay (1986-87) 

St. Louis (1978) 

Kansas City (1972-73). 

Minnesota (1974), Philadelphia 

(1974-77), LA Rams (1978) 

Washington (1939-40) 

Buffalo (1987- ) 

San Francisco (1975-76), Detroit 

(1977), New Orleans (1978), 

Baltimore (1979-80) 

Atlanta (1988-91), NY Giants (1991- ) 

Buffalo (1920) 

Akron (1924) 



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Terpros 



Dick Modzelewski 



Ed Modzelewski 
Tommy Mont 
Bob Morgan 

Joe Moss 
Chip Myrtle 
Ed Nickla 
Dick Nolan 

Jack Norris 
Neal Olkewicz 
Dave Pacella 
Al Pastrana 
Bob Pellegrini 

Phil Perlo 
Dan Plocki 
Warren Powers 
Rob Raba 

Don Ratliff 
Frank Reich 
Guy Roberts 

Walter Rock 



DT 



FB 
QB 
T 

T 
LB 
G 
DB 

E 

LB 

G-C 

QB 

LB 

LB 

K 

DE 

TE 

DE 
QB 
LB 



Stan Rogers 


T 


Mike Sandusky 


T-G 


Jack Scarbath 


QB 


Ken Schroy 


S 


John Schultz 


WR 


Ben Scotti 


DB 



Washington (1953-54), Pittsburgh 

(1955), NY Giants (1956-63), 

Cleveland (1964-66) 

Pittsburgh (1952), Cleveland (1955-56) 

Washington (1947-49) 

Chicago Cardinals (1954), 

Washington (1954) 

Washington (1952) 

Denver (1967-72), San Diego (1974) 

Chicago (1959) 

NY Giants (1954-57; 1959-61), 

Chicago Cardinals (1958), Dallas (1962) 

Staten Island (1932) 

Washington (1979-89) 

Philadelphia (1984) 

Denver (1969-70) 

Philadelphia (1956; 1958-61), 

Washington (1962-65) 

Houston (1960) 

Cleveland (1989) 

Denver (1989) 

NY Jets (1977-79), Baltimore 

(1980),Washington (1981) 

Philadelphia (1975) 

Buffalo (1985- ) 

Houston (1972-75), Atlanta (1976), 

Miami (1977) 

San Francisco (1963-67), 

Washington (1968-73) 

Denver (1975) 

Pittsburgh (1957-65) 

Washington (1953-54), Pittsburgh (1956) 

NY Jets (1977-84) 

Denver (1976-78) 

Washington (1959-61), 

Philadelphia (1962-63), 

San Francisco (1964) 




Frank Wycheck left everyone in his wake a year ago when he was 
inserted at Super Back. He'll try to do the same with Washington. 




Dick Shiner 


QB 


Washington (1964-66), Cleveland 
(1967), Pittsburgh (1968-69), NY 
Giants (1970). Atlanta (1971, 1973), 
New England (1973-74) 


Roger Shoals 


T 


Cleveland (1963-64), Detroit (1965-70), 
Denver (1971) 


Eric Sievers 


TE 


San Diego (1981-88). 
New England (1989- ) 


Irvin Smith 


DB 


N Y Jets (1989-90), Miami (1991- ) 


Jerry Snyder 


HB 


NY Giants (1929), Staten Island (1930) 


Ron Solt 


G 


Indianapolis (1984-88). Philadelphia 
(1988- ) 


Chad Sydnor 


DB 


Chicago (1989) 


John Tice 


TE 


New Orleans (1983- ) 


Mike Tice 


TE 


Seattle (1981-88), Washington (1989- ) 


Steve Trimble 


DB 


Denver (1981-83) 


Billy Van Heusen 


SE-P 


Denver (1968-76) 


Ed Vereb 


HB 


Washington (1960) 


Kevin Walker 


LB 


Cincinnati (1988- ) 


Ron Waller 


HB-KR 


LA Rams (1955-58), LA Chaigers (1960) 


Larry Webster 


DT 


Miami Dolphins 


Randy White 


DT-LB 


Dallas (1975-88) 


Walter White 


TE 


Kansas City (1975-79) 


Eric Wilson 


LB 


Buffalo (1985- ) 


Tim Wilson 


RB-TE 


Houston (1977-82), New Orleans (1983-84) 


Elmer Wingate 


DE 


Baltimore (1953) 


John Wright 


FB 


Baltimore (1947) 


Kervin Wyatt 


LB 


NY Giants (1980) 


Scott Zolak 


QB 


New England Patriots (1991- ) 



Mike Sandusky was a dominating tackle for the Pittsburgh Steelers 
from 1957-65. 



1993 NFL DRAFT 

Frank Wycheck - Washington (6th Round) 
Mike Jarmolowich - San Francisco (Free Agent) 
Darren Drozdov - New York Jets (Free Agent) 



115 



lack Scarbath 

National Football 
Foundation College 
Hall of Fame 




Jack Scarbath is an integral part 
of Maryland football history. In his 
first start, the Ail-American quarter- 
back scored the first touchdown in 
the new Byrd Stadium, a 21-yard run, 
in the first game of the 1950 season. 

Scarbath was the quarterback for 
Head Coach Jim Tatum's new split T 
offense for three seasons (1950- 
1952). Scarbath led the Terps to a 
24-4-1 record, including a perfect 
10-0 record and Sugar Bowl victory 
m 1951. In that time, he rewrote the 
Terrapin record books. Scarbath 
completed 125 of 260 passes for 2287 
yards, an average of 18.3 yards for 
every reception. 

After his senior season, Scarbath 
finished runner-up to Oklahoma's 
Billy Vessels in the voting of the 
Heisman Trophy, was a first team 
AU-Amencan quarterback, and a 
first-round draft choice of the 
Washington Redskins. In 1983, he 
was inducted into the National 
Football Foundation College Hall of 
Fame. 



Bob Ward 

National Football 
Foundation College 
Hall of Fame 




Bob Ward weighed all of 165 
pounds throughout his four-year play- 
ing career at Maryland, and even in 
the early 1950s that was no size for a 
lineman. Especially a lineman who 
was a first-team AU-Amencan middle 
guard on defense as a junior in 1950, 
and a first-team offensive guard as a 
senior in 1951 

The forte of the Maryland teams 
of the early 1950s was consistency, a 
winning consistency Bob Ward's 
four teams were a combined 32-7-1, 
winning two bowl games (1949 Gator 
over Missouri, 1951 Sugar over Ten- 
nessee to complete a perfect 10-0 
season). And Bob Ward was the 
heart and soul of those teams. 

The awards and honors earned by 
Bob Ward as a Maryland player belie 
physical stature, but speak volumes 
about the man He was the MVP of 
the 1949 Gator Bowl, Maryland's first 
bowl victory. He was the only player 
ever to earn first team AU-Amencan 
honors as both an offensive and de- 
fensive position player He earned 
Southern Conference Player of the 
Year honors as a senior and was 
chosen Lineman of the Year by the 
Washington Touchdown Club and 
the Philadelphia Sportswriters 
Association in 1951. Ward was 
elected into the National Football 
Foundation College Hall of Fame in 
1980. 



lim Tatum 

National Football 
Foundation College 
Hall of Fame 




In a brief time as a college foot- 
ball head coach, one season at North 
Carolina (1942, 5-2-2), one at 
Oklahoma (1946, 8-3, Gator Bowl 
victory over North Carolina State), 
nine years at Maryland (1947-55, 
73-15-4, 2-2-1 in bowl games), Jim 
Tatum had become a coaching 
legend. 

Tatum's teams from 1950-1955 
were 51-8-2, with a perfect 10-0 
record and Sugar Bowl victory in 
1951, and 10-0 regular season 
records in 1953 and 1955 before both 
teams were upset by Oklahoma in 
the Orange Bowl 

Maryland's teams have yet to 
regain the national heights of Jim 
Tatum's teams of the early 1950s. 
Tatum left Maryland to coach his 
alma mater, North Carolina, in 1956 
He was elected to the National Foot- 
ball Foundation College Hall of Fame 
in 1984. 

Stan Jones 

National Football League 

Hall of Fame 




Stan Jones was the starting right 
tackle on the Terp defense that 
allowed only 31 points during 10 
regular season games in 1953 With 
Jones leading the way. Maryland 
recorded six shutouts and allowed 
only one team, Georgia, to score 



more than six points He earned AU- 
Amencan honors that season and 
was chosen "Outstanding College 
Lineman of 1953" by the College 
Football Coaching Board. 

After his AU-Amencan career as 
a Terp, he served 13 years in the 
NFL. He played for the Chicago 
Bears for 12 seasons and finished 
his career as a Washington Redskin 
Jones was enshrined in the National 
Football League Hall of Fame on 
July 27, 1991. 

"I was very prepared for the NFL 
when I left Maryland," Jones said. 
"From my coaches who taught me 
football to my professors who taught 
me anatomy, physiology and weight 
training, I received a great educa- 
tion. I couldn't have picked a better 
place to go - they picked me and 
there was not a better place to be." 

Randy White 

Lombardi and Outland 
Trophies Winner 




Randy White changed the look of 
football's defensive lines At 
Maryland, and later in an all-pro 
National Football League career 
with the Dallas Cowboys, he was 
regarded as the quickest defensive 
lineman to play the game. He could 
be in an opponent's backfield before 
a quarterback could make a handoff 

In 1974, Randy White cleaned up 
the awards plate. He was honored 
with the Outland and Lombardi 
Trophies as the top collegiate line- 
man, ACC Player of the Year, unani- 
mous first team AU-Amencan, Dela- 
ware's (his home state) Athlete of 
the Year, and the Philadelphia 
Sportswriters' Amateur Athlete of 
the Year. 

A first round draft choice of the 
Dallas Cowboys, the second player 
selected in the entire draft, White 
was an all-Pro performer throughout 
his career, and shared Super Bowl 
MVP honors with Dallas teammate 
Harvey Martin when the Cowboys 
defeated Denver in Super Bowl XII. 

No one else will wear "94" at 
Maryland; Randy White's number 
has been retired. 



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College Football Hall of Fame 1993 Inductee Dick Modzelewski 



By Frank Bertucci 

The name has almost always 
been a part of him 

"Little Mo" 

Through three All-American 
years at Maryland, and 14 all-pro 
years in the National Football 
League. Dick Modzelewski was 
always Little Mo. 

At 6-0, 235 pounds during his 
playing days at Maryland he was 
one of the bigger collegiate line- 
men of the early 1950s. But he 
was the second Mo at Maryland, 
so he had to be "Little" to his 
older brother Ed, "Big Mo." 

"I wasn't sure about coming to 
Maryland after high school." 
Modzelewski said. "I was all set 
to go to the University of Cincin- 
nati where Sid Gillman and Paul 
Dietzel were coaching. My brother 
Ed was at Maryland already (a 
year ahead of Dick), and I wanted 
to do things on my own, to show 
what I could do. 

"But then my family got into it, 
and I realized it wouldn't be so 
bad. Jim Tatum and his assistants 
were super recruiters. They 
recruited a lot of us from western 
Pennsylvania." 

So Dick was off for College 
Park, and since there was already 
one Mo there, an older Mo, the 
pair became Big Mo and Little Mo. 
Ed, Big Mo, was a powerful full- 
back, who would eventually be 
the Most Valuable Player of the 
1951 Sugar Bowl victory over 
Tennessee, and he became 
Mighty Mo, after the battleship of 
the same title. (A third 
Modzelewski followed his older 
brothers to College Park; he 
would become "No Mo.") 

Dick Modzelewskr played three 
years as a defensive tackle for the 
Terrapins, on the great teams 
which were 24-4-1. He would 
become Maryland's fust winner of 
a major national honor when he 
earned the Outland Trophy as the 
nation's top lineman for 1952. But 
he admits that his first on-field 
expenence at Maryland did not 
lead him to think he would be an 
All-Amencan, let alone a starter. 

"The freshmen scrimmaged 
against the varsity at the end of 
practice before the start of the 



season (1949), and I lined up 
against Bob Ward," he 
remembered. 

Ward weighed all of 185 
pounds, but was regarded as one 
of the best collegiate linemen of 
his time. He is still the only player 
to be a first team All-Amencan as 
a defensive player one year, and 
an offensive player the next. 

"Well. I'm bigger than he is," 
Modzelewski went on. "So I 
thought I'd be able to handle this 
guy. He kicked the hell out of me, 
pushed me all over the place. That 
settled me down in a hurry." 

Like most of the players of the 
early 1950s, Modzelewski consid- 
ers the 1951 Sugar Bowl triumph 
over Tennessee as Maryland's fin- 
est hour, especialy in his case 
since his brother Ed was the 
game's MVP. But there were other 
games which had special personal 
meaning for him. 

"The Michigan State game of 
my sophomore year (1950) was a 
big game for me and my brother," 
he said. "It was at Michigan State 
and a whole trainload of our rela- 
tives were coming up (to East 
Lansing) for the game. The game 
was written up like Michigan 
State would tear us apart. We 
were referred to as a farm team. 

"Michigan State had one player 
from a rival high school of mine in 
western Pennsylvania. My team 
(West Natrona) had never beaten 
his team in four years in high 
school, and I really wanted to beat 
this guy now. Well, Jim Tatum 
fired all of us up pretty good. We 
had a big win." 

The big win was by 34-7 over 
the reigning national champion. 
That game certainly put Maryland 
on college football's map. A 16-13 
loss to North Carolina State two 
games later would be the last for 
Dick Modzelewski and his team- 
mates for over two years, an un- 
beaten streak of 22 games, includ- 
ing 19 consecutive victories. 

"Jim Tatum treated everybody 
like family," Modzelewski said. 
"He had no favorites. He was in 
complete control of the team. 

"There were 15 or 16 of us 
from western Pennsylvania on 
that Sugar Bowl team. I think Jim 
Tatum and his staff were the first 




Jack Scarbath, Jim Tatum, Dick Modzelewski. 



of the great recruiters. Jack 
Hennemeier (assistant coach) 
would be around so often every- 
body knew who he was when he 
was recruiting." 

The other game Modzelewski 
likes to remember was during his 
senior year (1952), against Navy. 

"They had an All-Amencan 
lineman named Larry Eisenhouer ," 
he said. "I played against him 
head-to head, and didn't do too 
well in the first half. The coaches 
put the spark into me at halftime, 
and I had a field day in the sec- 
ond half (of a 38-7 Terrapm win)." 

At the end if his senior season, 
Dick Modzelewski was named to 
every All-Amencan team, and was 
awarded the Outland Trophy. He 
was a second-round draft choice 
of the Washington Redskins; his 
teammate quarterback Jack 
Scarbath had been the Redskins' 
first choice. Since then, he has 
spent his life m the National Foot- 
ball League, splitting 14 playing 
seasons with the Redskins, Pitts- 
burgh Steelers, becoming an all- 
pro with the New York Giants and 
Cleveland Browns, playing on NFL 
champions with the Giants (1956) 
and Browns (1964). After his 
retirement as a player. 



Modzelewski became a defensive 
line coach, helping the 1982 
Cincinnati Bengals into the Super 
Bowl. And he still holds his former 
Maryland coach Jim Tatum in high 
esteem. 

"It's a shame he never got into 
coaching professional football," 
Mo said. "He was very organized, 
he knew how to motivate his play- 
ers. He knew the offense and the 
defense. Those coaches got us 
thinking about the game plan and 
fired us up. We went after teams 
from the beginning of the game." 

"I still think those teams were 
Maryland's best. In that Sugar 
Bowl game, we held Hank Laun- 
cella to minus one yard rushing. 
The Maryland teams could do that 
to anybody." 

Through the 22-game unbeaten 
streak, the Little Mo Modzelewski 
led defense allowed only 147 
points, with only four teams scor- 
ing better than one touchdown, 
and six being shutout. In his three 
seasons, the Terrapins were 
beaten only four times. 

But because of his big brother, 
Dick Modzelewski will alway 
remembered as "Little Mo' 
only a nickname, but it was 
on target. 



117 



The Gator in 1948, 1950 



BOWL- JACKSONVILLE, FL - 1/1/40 



Utor 



^omlGame 



nEW YEAR'S DAY 
JflnUflRY 1st 1948 

GEORGIA 
MARYLAND 




Maryland . 
Georgia . . . 



7 13 = 20 
7 13 = 20 



M - Gambino 35 run (McHugh kick); G - Rausch 1 run (Gen kick); M 
-Gambino 1 run (kick failed); M - Gambino 24 pass from Baroni (McHugh 
kick); G - Geri 4 run (kick failed); G - Donaldson 9 pass from Rauch (Gen 
kick) 





TEAM STATISTICS 






Maryland 


Georgia 


First Downs 


16 


19 


Yards Rushing 


247 


219 


Yards Passing 


127 


187 


Total Yards 


374 


406 


Passing 


7-14-1 


12-20-1 


Punts-Average 


5-44.2 


4-40.0 


Fumbles-Lost 


0-0 


2-1 


Penalties-Yards 


5-66 


4-80 



INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS 
RUSHING: 

Maryland-- Gambino 23 for 165 yds.; Idiak 2 for 32 yds.; Bronk 5 for 23 yds.; 
Laruel 4 for 24 yds. 

Georgia - Donaldson 10 for 69 yds.; Geri 7 for 56 yds.; Henderson 8 for 48 
yds.; Reid 7 for 46 yds. 

The first capacity crowd in Gator Bowl history - attendance was 16,666 that 
day - witnessed one of the greatest games in the storied history of the bowl. 
A young Maryland team, underdog to an experienced Georgia squad, got up 
by 13 points in the fourth quarter and eventually settled for the 20-all tie. Lou 
Gambino was a one-man wrecking crew for the Terrapins, scoring the only 
touchdown of the first half on a 35-yard run. In the second half, after a 
Georgia score, Gambino scored on a 1-yard run and on a 24-yard pass from 
John Baroni. A senes of special teams miscues - namely a short kickoff and 
mishandled punt - set up Georgia comeback. Despite the tie. there was no 
question as to the game's most valuable player. Gambino won the Burkhalter 
Award, signifying the game's outstanding performer. 



GATOR BOWL - JACKSONVILLE, FL - 1/2/50 




ii in i mi 

II I win III 



Maryland . 
Missouri . 



7 13 =20 
7=7 



MD- Shemonski 11 run (Dean kick); MD - Modzelewski 2 run (kick failed); 
MD -Shemonski 6 run (Dean kick); M - Klien 4 run (Glorioso kick) 



First Downs 
Rushing Yards 
Passing Yards 
Passing 
Punts-Average 
Fumbles-Lost 
Penalty Yards 

Three times in the first half Missouri turned the ball over and all three times 
Maryland took it in for touchdowns as the Terrapins handed the Tigers their 
second consecutive Gator Bowl loss. Defensive back John Idzik set up 
Maryland's first score with a 26-yard interception return to the Mizzou 11. Bob 
Shemonski scored on a sweep on the next play, and the rout was on. Ed Mod- 
zelewski scored on a three-yard run to give the Terps a 13-0 lead and She- 
monski capped Maryland's scoring later in the second quarter with a six yard 
touchdown run. 



TEAM STATISTICS 




Maryland 


Missouri 


11 


13 


266 


100 


16 


167 


2-17-1 


11-29-3 


7-39.0 


3-38.0 


1-1 


5-5 


63 


10 





Maryland's Bowl Record (6-9-2) 




Jan. 1, 


1948 


Gator 


20 


Georgia 


20 


Jan. 1, 


1950 


Gator 


20 


Missouri 


7 


Jan. 1, 


1952 


Sugar 


28 


Tennessee 


13 


Jan. 1, 


1954 


Orange 





Oklahoma 


7 


Jan. 1, 


1956 


Orange 


6 


Oklahoma 


20 


Dec 28 


1973 


Peach 


16 


Georgia 


17 


Dec. 16 


1974 


Liberty 


3 


Tennessee 


7 


Dec. 29 


1975 


Gator 


13 


Florida 





Jan. 1 , 


1977 


Cotton 


21 


Houston 


30 


Dec. 22, 


1977 


Hall of Fame 


17 


Minnesota 


7 


Dec 23, 


1978 


Sun 





Texas 


42 


Dec 20, 


1980 


Tangerine 


20 


Florida 


35 


Dec. 25 


1982 


Aloha 


20 


Washington 


21 


Dec. 17, 


1983 


Florida Citrus 


23 


Tennessee 


30 


Dec 22, 


1984 


Sun 


28 


Tennessee 


27 


Dec 21, 


1985 


Cherry 


35 


Syracuse 


18 


Dec. 15, 


1990 


Independence 


34 


Louisiana Tech 


34 



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Terp Bowls — The Sugar in 1952, The Orange in 1954 



SUGAR BOWL - NEW ORLEANS, LA - 1/2/52 



18 




CLASS IC 



MARYLAND Jk TENNESSEE 







Maryland 
Tennessee 



7 14 7 = 28 
6 7 = 13 



M - Fullerton 2 run (Decker kick); M - Shemonski 7 pass from 
Fullerton (Decker kick); M - Scarbath 1 run (Decker kick); T - Rechichar 4 
pass from Payne (kick failed); M - Fullerton 46 interception return (Decker 
kick); T - Payne 2 run (Rechichar kick). 



First Downs 
Rushes - Yards 
Passing Yards 
Return Yards 
Passing 
Punts - Avg. 
Fumbles - Lost 
Penalties • Yards 



TEAM STATISTICS 
Maryland 

18 
64-289 

63 

29 

7-13-1 

8-38 

7-1 
12-120 



Tennessee 

12 
35-81 

75 

16 

9-19-4 

7-43 

2-2 
2-20 



INDIVIDUAL LEADERS 
PASSING; 

Maryland - Scarbath. 6 for 9, 57 yds. 

Tennessee - Payne, 7 of 14. 

RUSHING: 

Maryland - Ed Modzelewski, 28 for 153 yds.; Fullerton, 9 for 22 yds. 

Tennessee - Payne, 11 for 54; Kozar, 9 for 29. 

In a game historians even today call the biggest win in Maryland football 
history, Jim Tatum's Terrapins upset the nation's No. 1 ranked Tennessee 
Volunteers of Gen. Bob Neyland. Buoyed by the running of All-Amencan full- 
back Ed "Mighty Mo" Modzelewski (153 yards on 28 carnes) and All- 
Amencan quarterback Jack Scarbath. the No. 3 ranked Terps scored three 
TDs before the Vols got one in the first half for a 21-6 lead. They put the 
game out of reach m the third quarter with a 46-yard interception return TD 
by Ed Fullerton for a 28-6 margin lead. The Terrapin defense was brilliant all 
afternoon. 



ORANGE BOWL- MIAMI, FL - 1/1/54 




Maryland . . 
Oklahoma . 



- Gngg 25 run (Leake kick) 



First Downs 
Rushing Yards 
Passing Yards 
Return Yards 
Passing 
Punts - Avg. 
Fumbles - Lost 
Penalties - Yards 



TEAM STATISTICS 
Maryland 

13 

176 

36 

25 
5-12-0 
5-290 

1-1 
- 15 



= 
7 = 7 



Oklahoma 

10 

208 

22 

7 

4-6-1 

7-31.3 

2-2 

-45 



INDIVIDUAL LEADERS 
PASSING: 

Maryland - Boxold, 3 of 9. 42 yds., 1 Int. 

Oklahoma - Calame, 4 of 4, 22 yds. 

RECEIVING: 

Maryland - Nolan, 2 for 31 yds 

Oklahoma - R. Bums. 3 for 17 yds. 

RUSHING: 

Maryland - Felton, 10 for 51 yds. 

Oklahoma - Gngg, 13 for 89 yds., 1 TD. 

Attendance - 68,718 

The Tenapins took another undefeated (10-0) record and the nation's No. 1 
ranking in their second Orange Bowl visit in three years, and again played 
Oklahoma. The Sooners, completely unawed by the Terps National Champion- 
ship team, staged a second quarter land rush to score the only score on a 25- 
yard spnnt by team captain and halfback Larry Grigg. The Terrapins 
a major setback when All-Amencan Bemie Faloney could not start because of 
severe ankle injury. He entered the game in the 3rd quarter for five plays, but 
was unable to continue. 



119 



The Orange in 1956, The Peach in 



I9WL - MIAMI, FL - 1/2/56 




Maryland 

Oklahoma 

M - Vereb 15 run (kick failed); 



6 = 

14 6 = 

McDonald 4 run (Prices kick); - 



O'Neal 1 run (Prices kick); - Dodd 82 interception return (kick failed). 



First Downs 
Rushes - Yards 
Passing Yards 
Passing 
Punts - Avg. 
Fumbles - Lost 
Penalties - Yards 



TEAM STATISTICS 
Maryland 

9 
47-187 

46 

3-10-3 

7-40 

3-2 

4-61 



Oklahoma 

16 
64-202 

53 

4-10-1 

8-34 

1-1 

4-35 



INDIVIDUAL LEADERS 
PASSING: 

Maryland - Beightol, 2 of 7, 46 yds., 2 Int.; Tamburello, 1 of 2, 11 yds., 1 Int. 

Oklahoma - Harris, 3 of 5, 34 yds.; McDonald, 1 of 4, 19 yds. 

RECEIVING: 

Maryland - Cooke, 1 for 21; Flynn, 1 for 14; Healy, 1 for 11 

Oklahoma - Burris, 2 for 28; Pnces, 1 for 19. 

RUSHING: 

Maryland - Vereb, 8 for 108, 1 TD; Perlo, 6 for 22. 

Oklahoma - Harris, 9 for 63; Burris, 9 for 34. 

The victory extended Oklahoma's winning streak to 30 games and snapped 
Maryland's 15-game winning string. The Terps were No. 3 ranked and the 
Sooners, No. 1. This was a reversal of the '54 Orange Bowl two years earlier 
as the Terps were the No. 1 team in the nation, and the Sooners, No. 3. The 
Terps held a 6-0 halftime lead and then were bewildered by three Sooner 
second half touchdowns for their second Orange Bowl win over the Terps. 



PEACH BOWL - ATLANTA, GA - 12/28/73 



ATLANTA STADIUM Friday, December 28. 1973 • Kickoff 8 p.m. 

THE OFFICIAL PEACH BOWL CLASSIC MAGAZINE ONE DOLLAR 




Maryland . 
Georgia . . . 



10 6 = 16 
10 7 = 17 



G-- Poulous 62 pass from Johnson (Leavitt kick); M - White 68 pass from 
Carter (Mike-Mayer kick); M - Mike-Mayer 36 FG; G - Leavitt 26 FG; 
G - Johnson 1 run (Leavitt kick); M - Mike-Mayer 25 FG; M - Mike-Mayer 
28 FG 





TEAM STATISTICS 






Maryland 


Georgia 


First Downs 


15 


11 


Rushes - Yards 


52-219 


56-170 


Passing Yards 


242 


114 


Return Yards 


14 


3 


Passing 


8-18-1 


5-16-1 


Punts - Avg. 


6-32 


8-41 


Fumbles - Lost 


4-3 


2-2 


Penalties - Yards 


5-63 


1-5 



INDIVIDUAL LEADERS 
PASSING: 

Maryland - Kinard, 4 of 8. 113 yds., 1 Int.; Carter, 2 of 3, 83 yds., 1 TD. 

Georgia - Johnson, 5 of 16, 114 yds., 1 TD, 1 Int. 

RECEIVING: 

Maryland - Jennings, 3 for 75; White, 2 for 106, 1 TD. 

Georgia - Poulous, 2 for 62, 1 TD; King, 2 for 22. 

RUSHING: 

Maryland - Carter, 29 for 126; Jennings, 5 for 41 

Georgia - - King, 16 for 57; Johnson, 18 for 48, 1 TD; Burns, 9 for 43. 

Attendance - 38,107 

Maryland came away from its first bowl game in 18 years a bitterly 
disappointed team. The Terrapins had dominated Georgia in all phases of the 
game. Both teams scored 10 first half points. The Bulldogs went up, sconng m 
the third after recovering a Terp fumble. Seven times, the Terrapms were 
inside the Georgia 20-yard line that ended in three Mike-Mayer field goals. On 
four of the seven occasions, they were within the 13 and came away with 
zero points. 



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Terp Bowls — The Liberty in 1974, The Gator in 1975 



LIBERTY BOWL - MEMPHIS, TN - 12/16/74 



"ENTH ANNUAL 



pberty Bowl 

; 6e/:ember w. mi v» * '-Official magazine »i.so 






TENNESSEE 



'MARYLAND! 



Maryland 

Tennessee 

M - Mike-Mayer 28 FG; T 



First Downs 
Rushes - Yards 
Passing Yards 
Return Yards 
Passing 
Punts • Avg. 
Fumbles - Lost 
Penalties - Yards 



3 = 3 

7 = 7 

Seivers 1 1 pass from Wallace (Townsend kick) 



TEAM STATISTICS 
Maryland 

16 
42-108 

158 

76 
15-24-2 
6-41.0 

3-3 
4-63 



Tennessee 

15 
54-173 

65 

65 
7-16-0 
7-39.0 

4-2 
8-69 



INDIVIDUAL LEADERS 
PASSING: 

Maryland - Avellini. 15 of 22 for 158 yds., 2 Int. 

Tennessee - Holloway, 6 of 15 for 54 yds.; Wallace, 1 of 1 for 11 yds., 1 TD 

RECEIVING: 

Maryland -- White, 5 for 68 yds; Carter, 6 for 49 yds. 

Tennessee - Seivers, 4 for 38 yds., 1 TD; Morgan, 2 for 14 yds. 

RUSHING: 

Maryland - Carter, 22 for 65 yds.; Bloomingdale, 8 for 36 yds. 

Tennessee - Gayle, 17 for 106 yds.; Holloway, 12 for 41 yds. 

Attendance - 51,284 

Tennessee scored their only but winning touchdown with 2:08 left in the 
game. The winning score came on a 11-yard pass from second string 
quarterback Randy Wallace to end Larry Seivers. It was Wallace's only pass of 
the game. The Terps were punting from their 13 when a bad snap from center 
was recovered by the Vols on the Terps 7. After a loss of 4 yards, Wallace 
threw for the score. The Terps put on a desperation drive and an apparent 
20-yard TD winning reception was ruled out of bounds. 



GATOR BOWL - JACKSONVILLE, FL - 12/29/75 



UNIVFQUITV U' 

i MARYLAND 







Maryland . 
Florida .... 



7 3 3 = 13 
0= 



M - Hoover 19 pass from Dick (Sochko kick); M - Sochko 20 FG; 
M - Sochko 27 FG 





TEAM STATISTICS 






Maryland 


Florida 


First Downs 


15 


14 


Rushes - Yards 


52-209 


54-182 


Passing Yards 


82 


28 


Return Yards 


26 


25 


Passing 


7-16-0 


3-19-3 


Punts - Avg. 


7-39.8 


7-38.5 


Fumbles - Lost 


0-0 


1-1 


Penalties - Yards 


5-47 


6-48 



INDIVIDUAL LEADERS 
PASSING: 

Maryland - Dick, 5 of 13 for 67 yds.; Manges, 2 of 3 for 15 yds. 
Florida - Fisher, 2 of 12 for 33 yds., 1 Int; Gaffney, 1 for 7. 
minus 5 yds. 
RECEIVING: 

Maryland- Hoover, 2 for 24, 1 TD; Wilson, 2 for 21; Jennings, 
2 for 15 

Flonda - Lecount, 1 for 25; Enclade, 1 for 8 
RUSHING: 

Maryland - Atkins, 20 for 127; Jennings, 9 for 53 
Flonda - DuBose, 18 for 95; Green, 13 for 31: Fisher, 6 for 21 

The ACC champion Tenapms upset the seven-point favorite Florida Gators in 
a game played in a steady downpour. The Terps had posted their best season " 
record in 20 years (8-2-1). They intercepted three Florida passes, turning two 
of them into scores, a 19-yard touchdown pass to Kim Hoover from La: 
and 20-yard field goal by Mike Sochko for a 10-0 half time lead. Sochkc 
a 27-yarder m the fourth quarter. It was the first Terp win over a SEC 
since 1955. The Gators went into the game (9-2) as the SEC's total offense 
leader 



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s - The Cotton in 1977, The Hall of Fame in 1977 



COTTON BOWL - DALLAS, TX - 1/1/77 




Maryland . 
Houston . . 



7 7 7 
21 6 3 



21 
30 



H - Thomas 11 ran (Coplin kick); H - Blackwell 33 ran (Coplin kick); H - 
Blackwell 1 ran (Coplin kick); M - Manges 6 ran (Loncar kick); H - Bass 33 
pass from Davis (kick failed); M - Sievers 11 pass from Manges (Sochko 
kick); M - Wilson 1 ran (Sochko kick); H - Coplin 28 FG 



First Downs 
Rushes - Yards 
Passing Yards 
Return Yards 
Passing 
Punts • Avg. 
Fumbles - Lost 
Penalties - Yards 



TEAM STATISTICS 
Maryland 

17 
40-120 

179 

13 
17-32-0 
6-44.0 

1-1 
8-80 



Houston 

20 
64-320 

108 

5 

5-8-0 

4-36.0 

4-3 

5-22 



INDIVIDUAL LEADERS 
PASSING: 

Maryland - Manges, 17 of 32, 179, 1 TD 

Houston -- Davis, 5 of 8, 108, 1 TD 

RECEIVING: 

Maryland - Kinney. 6 for 72; Wilson, 5 for 26; Richards, 3 for 39 

Houston - Foster, 3 for 62; Bass, 1 for 33, 1 TD; Lavergne, 1 for 13 

RUSHING: 

Maryland - Scott, 11 for 47; Manges, 14 for 32, 1 TD; Wilson, 9 for 28. 

Houston - Blackwell, 22 for 149, 2 TD's; Thomas, 14 for 104, 1 TD; 

Davis, 21 for 51 

Attendence - 58,500 

Houston quickly dashed the undefeated hopes of the Terrapins for a perfect 
season as the Cougars upset the favored Terps in their first Cotton Bowl 
appearance and first ever meeting between the two schools. Houston struck 
for 21 first quarter points and added another in the second quarter to take a 
27-20 lead at halftime. They overwhelmed the Terp defense with 320 rushing 
yards on 64 carries. They passed but eight times. 



HALL OF FAME BOWL -BIRMINGHAM, AL -12/22/77 




Maryland . . 
Minnesota. 



3 14 = 17 
7 0=7 



Minn - Barber 1 ran (Rogind kick); Md - Sochko 32 FG; Md - Scott 2 ran 
(Sochko kick); Md - Scott 1 ran (Sochko kick). 



First Downs 
Rushes - Yards 
Passing Yards 
Return Yards 
Passing 
Punts - Avg. 
Fumbles - Lost 
Penalties - Yards 



TEAM STATISTICS 
Maryland 

15 

41-120 

211 

3 

12-23-1 

5-36.8 

3-2 

12-80 



Minnesota 

17 
55-113 

155 

6 
13-26-0 
9-27.7 

3-2 
6-54 



INDIVIDUAL LEADERS 
PASSING: 

Maryland - Dick, 12 of 20, 211 yds. 

Minnesota - Avery, 12 of 23, 130 yds. 

RECEIVING: 

Maryland - White, 8 for 126; Scott, 2 for 16 

Minnesota - Anhorn, 5 for 49; Barber 4 for 58 

RUSHING: 

Maryland - Scott, 24 for 75 2 TD's; Maddox, 2 for 17 

Minnesota - Kitzmann, 24 for 76; Thompson, 4 for 11 

Attendance - 47,000 

Maryland silenced the critics in defeating Big Ten Minnesota in the first Hall 
of Fame Bowl Classic and the first meeting between the two schools. The 
Gophers scored thieir only touchdown midway in the first quarter. The Terps 
got a 32-yard FG from Mike Sochko and a pair of second quarter scoring runs 
from George Scott for the 17-7 halftime lead. The second half was scoreless as 
the Terp defense swarmed the offense of Minnesota. 



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Terp Bowls — The Sun in 1978, The Tangerine in 1980 



SUN BOWL - EL PASO, TX - 12/23/70 




1978 
Sun Bowl 



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Maryland 0=0 

Texas 21 7 14 = 42 

T - L. Jones 7 run (Erxleben kick); T - J. Jones 1 run (Erxleben kick); T - 
L. Jones 29 pass from McBath (Erxleben kick); T - McBath 2 run (Erxleben 
kick); T - J. Jones 14 run (Erxleben kick); T - H. Jones 32 run (Erxleben 
kick) 



INDIVIDUAL LEADERS 
PASSING: 

Maryland - O'Hare. 12 of 27 for 146 yds.. 3 Int.; M.Tice, 5 of 16 for 68 yds., 

lint 

Texas — McBath, 2 of 5 for 45 yds 

RECEIVING: 

Maryland - Richards, 4 for 52; Carina. 4 for 52 

Texas - L Jones, 2 for 45 

RUSHING: 

Maryland - Atkins. 10 for 15 

Texas -• H Jones, 14 for 104. 1 TD; J Jones, 19 for 100, 2 TD's. 

Attendance - 33,122 

The Jones boys. "Lam", "Jam" and "Ham" scored five of Texas' six touch- 
downs, three in the first quarter. The loss, before a national television 
audience and a record Sun Bowl crowd of 33.122, was the worst in Coach 
Jerry Claiborne's seven years at Maryland. The Terps had scored m 95 
consecutive games, 82 of the games since Claiborne's arrival in 1972. It was 
the thud longest streak in the nation. 



TANGERINE BOWL - ORLANDO, FL - 12/20/00 




Maryland 3 6 11 = 20 

Florida 14 14 7 = 35 

M - Castro 35 FG; F - Collinsworth 24 pass from Peace (Clark kick); M - 
Castro 27 FG; M - Castro 27 FG; F - Jones 2 run (Clark kick); M - Wysocki 
1 run (Tice run); M - Castro 43 FG; F - Peace 1 run (Clark kick); F - 
Collinsworth 21 pass from Peace (Clark kick); F - Brown 2 run (Clark lack). 





TEAM STATISTICS 












Maryland 


Texas 




TEAM STATISTICS 




First Downs 


20 


18 




Maryland 


Florida 


Rushes - Yards 


40-34 


58-220 


First Downs 


19 


16 


Passing Yards 


214 


45 


Rushes - Yards 


54-181 


35-108 


Return Yards 





20 


Passing Yards 


155 


271 


Passing 


17-43-4 


2-7-0 


Return Yards 


14 


54 


Punts • Avg. 


8-37.0 


7-41.0 


Passing 


12-26-3 


20-34-1 


Fumbles - Lost 


2-1 


3-1 


Punts - Avg. 


4-39 


6-34 


Penalties - Yards 


5-35 


7-42 


Fumbles - Lost 


4-2 


1-0 








Penalties - Yards 


6-44 


11-108 



INDIVIDUAL LEADERS 
PASSING: 

Maryland - M. Tice, 11 for 23, 129 yds., 3 Int.; Mukovich, 1 for 3, 26 yds. 
Flonda - Peace, 20 for 24, 271 yds , 1 Int. 
RECEIVING: 

Maryland - Havener, 4 for 83; Sievers, 3 for 24. 
Flonda - Collinsworth, 8 for 166, 2 TD's; Young, 8 for 66. 
RUSHING: 

Maryland - Wysocki, 39 for 159, 1 TD; Fasano, 3 for 13. 
Flonda - Brown, 16 for 71; Peace, 6 for 12. 
Attendance - 52,541 

This was Maryland's first appearance in the Tangerine Bowl, played before s 
record crowd, 52,541 fans. The Terps were behind 14-9 at halftime. wil 
points coming on three Dale Castro field goals After Maryland took 
lead with five minutes gone in the third quarter, the Gators scored the 
points. Castro's fourth field goal in the third quarter tied the bowl re 1 : 



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- HONOLULU, HAWAII - 12/25/02 




Maryland 

Washington 

W - Allen 27 pass from Cowan (Nelson kick); M - D'Addio 6 pass from 

Esiason (kick failed); W - Allen 71 pass from Cowan (Nelson kick); M - Tice 

36 pass from Esiason (run failed); M - Nash 2 run (Tice pass from Esiason); 

W - Allen 1 1 pass from Cowan (Nelson kick). 





TEAM STATISTICS 






Maryland 


Washington 


First Downs 


17 


20 


Rushes - Yards 


36-68 


27-63 


Passing Yards 


251 


369 


Return Yards 


45 


43 


Passing 


19-32-1 


35-55-0 


Punts - Avg. 


7-38.4 


5-45.4 


Fumbles - Lost 


2-1 


4-4 


Penalties - Yards 


8-55 


7-50 


Time of Possession 


31:04 


28:56 



INDIVIDUAL LEADERS 
PASSING: 

Maryland - Esiason, 19 of 32, 1 TD 

Washington - Cowan, 33 of 55, 3 TD's 

RECEIVING: 

Maryland - Tice, 6 for 85 yds.; D'Addio, 4 for 30 yds.; Nash, 3 for 52 yds. 

Washington - Skansi, 10 for 81 yds.; Allen, 8 for 152 yds., 3 TD's; Lutu, 7 for 

57 yds. 

RUSHING: 

Maryland - Nash, 11 for 41 yds.; Joyner, 10 for 28 yds. 

Washington - Robinson, 16 for 50 yds.; Cowan, 4 for 13 yds. 

Attendance - 30,055 

This was the first Aloha Bowl game. Maryland took a 20-14 lead with 10:44 
remaining in the game. With a chance to go up by 9 points with 3:39 left in 
the game, Jess Atkinson failed on a 3^ -yard field goal attempt. The Huskies 
then drove 80 yards and scored on a 11 -yard pass TD with six seconds left to 
play for the win. 



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December 17, 198,5. 8:00 p.m. Orlando, Florida 



Maryland 3 6 11 3 = ; 

Tennessee 7 3 6 14 = ! 

M - Atkinson 18 FG; T - Taylor 12 pass from Cockrell (Reveiz kick); M - 
Atkinson 48 FG; M - Atkinson 31 FG; T - Reveiz 25 FG; M - Atkinson 22 
FG; T - Henderson 19 run (pass failed); M - Badanjek 3 run (Badanjek run) 
T - J, Jones 1 run (Reveiz kick); T - J. Jones 2 run (Reveiz kick); 
M - Atkinson 26 FG. 





TEAM STATISTICS 






Maryland 


Tennessee 


First Downs 


17 


25 


Rushes - Yards 


34-95 


49-201 


Passing Yards 


253 


185 


Return Yards 


10 


26 


Passing 


18-28-1 


16-23-1 


Punts - Avg. 


0-0 


1-47 


Fumbles - Lost 


3-1 


1-1 


Penalties - Yards 


6-32 


1-5 


Time of Possession 


29:48 


30:12 



INDIVIDUAL LEADERS 
PASSING: 

Maryland - Esiason, 4 of 6 for 61 (Injured 2nd Q.); Reich, 14 of 22, 192 yds.. 1 

Int. 

Tennessee - Cockrell, 16 of 23, 185 yds., 1 TD, 1 Int. 

RECEIVING: 

Maryland - Davis, 4 for 66; Joyner, 4 for 65; Badanjek, 4 for 36. 

Tennessee - Duncan, 6 for 59; Taylor, 4 for 68, 1 TD. 

RUSHING: 

Maryland - Joyner, 17 for 58; Badanjek, 14 for 44, 1 TD. 

Tennessee - J. Jones, 29 for 154, 1 TD 

Attendance - 50,183 

For the second consecutive year, the Terps were invited to a bowl game with 
an 8-3 record. Quarterback Boomer Esiason was sacked on the second play of 
the second quarter and suffered a shoulder injury forcing Frank Reich to take 
over. The Terps took a 20-16 lead into the fourth quarter, but the Vols scored 
twice, the second after an interception return to the 14, to get the advantage. 
Jess Atkinson kicked 5 field goals for the Terps. 



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SUN BOWL - EL PASO, TX - 12/22/04 



CHERRY BOWL - PONTIAC, MI - 12/21/05 




Maryland 22 6 = 28 

Tennessee 10 11 6 = 27 

T - Jones 2 run (Reveiz kick); T - Reveiz 24 FG; T - Reveiz 52 FG; T - 
McGee 6 pass from Robinson (McGee pass from Robinson); M - Neal 57 run 
(pass failed); M - Atkinson 23 FG; M - Badanjek 1 run (run failed); M - 
Edmunds 40 pass from Reich (Atkinson kick); T - Panuska 100 kickoff return 
(pass failed); M • Badanjek 1 run (pass failed). 



INDIVIDUAL LEADERS 
PASSING: 

Maryland - Reich, 17 of 28, 201 yds . 1 TD, 1 Int. 

Tennessee - Robmson, 15 of 24, 132 yds , 1 TD 

RECEIVING: 

Maryland - Hill, 4 for 69; Edmunds, 3 for 53, 1 TD; Abdur- Ra'oof, 3 for 45; 

Tennessee - McGee, 6 for 66. 1 TD; Harvard. 3 for 22. 

RUSHING: 

Maryland - Neal, 12 for 107, 1 TD; Badanjek, 21 for 90, 2 

TD's. Blount. 14 for 80. 

Tennessee - Jones, 16 for 69, 1 TD; Robmson, 8 for 43 

Attendance - 50,126 

The fantastic comeback year. Trailing the Volunteers 21-0 at halftime. the 
Tenapms showed coming back from halftime deficits was nothing new. They 
erupted for 22 third quarter points and a fourth quarter score with 5:35 left to 
play for the win. It was on November 10. they had fallen behind Miami. 31-0. 
at halftime but rallied for a 42-40 victory in the greatest comeback in major 
college history. Rick Badanjek had a pair of scores while QB Frank Reich was 
17 of 28. 201 yards and one touchdown for the ACC and Sun Bowl champions 




Maryland 6 22 7 = 35 

Syracuse 3 7 8 = 18 

S - McAulay, 26 FG; M - Gelbaugh, 4 run (kick failed); S - Drummond 10 
run (McAulay kick), M - Knight 4 pass from Gelbaugh (Badanjek run); M — 
Tye. 8 fumble return (Plocki kick); M - Blount 20 run (Plocki kick); M - 
Abdur-Ra'oof 6 pass from Gelbaugh (Plocki kick); S - McPherson 17 run 
(Schwedes pass from McPherson). 





TEAM STATISTICS 






TEAM STATISTICS 






Maryland 


Tennessee 




Maryland 


Syracuse 


First Downs 


22 


13 


First Downs 


22 


28 


Rushes - Yards 


54-229 


34-148 


Rushes - Yaids 


43-244 


39-241 


Passing Yards 


201 


132 


Passing Yards 


223 


204 


Return Yards 


44 


24 


Return Yards 


99 


135 


Passing 


17-28-1 


15-24-0 


Passing 


14-20-1 


18-30-3 


Punts - Avg 


4-47 


5-42 


Punts - Avg. 


3-39 


1-52 


Fumbles - Lost 


2-2 


2-2 


Fumbles - Lost 


0-0 


3-2 


Penalties - Yards 


8-63 


6-49 


Penalty Yards 


5-54 


3-26 


Time of Possession 


35:57 


24:03 


Time of Possession 


30:54 


29:06 



INDIVIDUAL LEADERS 
PASSING: 

Maryland - Gelbaugh, 14 of 20, 223 yds , 2 TD's, 1 Int. 
Syracuse - McPherson, 18 of 30, 204 yds., 3 Int 
RECEIVING: 

Maryland - Abdur-Ra'oof, 5 for 86, 1 TD; Edmunds, 2 for 56; Holder, 2 for 32; 
Milling, 2 for 26. 

Syracuse - Siano. 5 for 60; Schwedes, 4 for 69; Gnmes. 4 for 42. 
RUSHING: 

Maryland - Blount, 24 for 135, 1 TD; Badanjek, 11 for 41. 
Syracuse - McPherson. 21 for 111. 1 TD: Drummond, 10 for 93, 1 TD. 
Attendance - 51,858 

This was the second Cherry Bowl game in the Pontiac Silverdome. The Terps 
scored 22 pomts m the second quarter to take a 28-10 halftime lead. Each 
team then scored once in the third quarter. Quarterback Stan Gelbaug v 
final game for Maryland, was named Offensive Player of the Game after 
completing 14 of 20 passes for 223 yards and a pair of touchdowns. It was to 
be Bobby Ross' final game as Maryland's head coach 



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CS BOWL - SHREVEPORT, LA - 12/15/90 



SATURDAY, DECEMBER 15,1990 



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MARYLAND 



Maryland 14 6 4 = 34 

Louisiana Tech 14 14 6 = 34 

M • Jackson 1 ran (DeArmas kick); M • Jackson 2 ran (DeArmas kick); LaT ■ Richard- 
son 5 run (Boniol kick); LaT • Davis 3 ran (Boniol kick); LaT - Richardson 1 ran (Bo- 
mol kick); M • Jackson 11 ran (kick failed); LaT • Slaughter 11 pass from Johnson 
(Boniol kick); LaT - Boniol 36 FG; M - Mason 28 pass from Zolak (DeArmas kick); M • 
Johnson 15 pass from Zolak (DeArmas kick); LaT - Boniol 29 FG. 





TEAM STATISTICS 






Maryland 


Louisiana Tech 


First Downs 


25 


16 


Yards Rushing 


150 


191 


Yards Passing 


254 


115 


Total Yards 


404 


306 


Passing 


18-29-3 


11-18-1 


Punts-Average 


1-34.0 


4-37.3 


Fumbles-Lost 


3-1 


1-1 


Penalties-Yards 


6-53 


9-88 



INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS 
PASSING: 

Maryland - Zolak, 17 of 28, 215 yds., 1 TD, 3 Int.; Jackson, 1 of 1, 39 yds. 
LA Tech - Johnson, 7 of 8, 70 yds, 1 TD; Hughes, 4 of 9, 45 yds.; Slaughter, of 1, 

lint. 

RECEIVING: 

Maryland - Johnson, 5 for 107, 1 TD; Wycheck, 5 for 46; Mason, 3 for 47, 1 TD 
LA Tech - Slaughter, 5 for 66, 1 TD 

RUSHING: 

Maryland - Mason, 15 for 93; Jackson, 17 for 50, 3 TD 

LA Tech - Richardson, 27 for 81, 2 TD; Davis, 12 for 72, 1 TD 

Attendance - 48,325 

Although Maryland generated the statistical advantages, it was the Terps who 
needed to rally from being down, 31-20, with 13:52 to go to tie the game. The arm 
of Scott Zolak produced 28 yard (to Mark Mason) and 15 yard (to Barry Johnson on 
fourth down and 12 at La Tech's 15-yard line) TD strikes, the latter coming with 52 
seconds remaining. With the game in hand if it could hold the Techsters out of 
field goal range, Maryland failea o stop them and with no time remaining a field 
goal was kicked from 29 yards. H -h points for Maryland were Troy Jackson's three 
TDs. the running of Mason and the pass catching of Johnson. 



United Press International 



1951 

1. Tennessee 

2. Michigan State 

3. Illinois 

4. MARYLAND 

5. Georgia Tech 

6. Princeton 

7. Stanford 

8 Wisconsin 
9. Baylor 
10. TCU 

11 Oklahoma 

12 California 
13. Notre Dame 
14 San Francisco 

Purdue 

Washington State 
17. Holy Cross 

UCLA 

Kentucky 
20. Kansas 

1952 



1 Michigan State 

2. Georgia Tech 

3. Notre Dame 

4. Oklahoma 

use 

6. UCLA 

7. Mississippi 
8 Tennessee 
9. Alabama 

10 Wiscomsn 
11. Texas 
12 Purdue 
13. MARYLAND 
14 Princeton 
15. Ohio State 
Pittsburgh 

17. Navy 

18. Duke 

19. Houston 
Kentucky 

1953 

1. MARYLAND 



Notre Dame 

Michigan State 

UCLA 

Oklahoma 

Rice 

Illinois 

8. Texas 

9. Georgia Tech 
10 Iowa 

11. Alabama 

12. Texas Tech 

13 West Virginia 

14 Wisconsin 

15 Kenutcky 

16. Army 

17. Stanford 

18 Duke 

19 Michigan 
20. Ohio State 

1954 

1 UCLA 
2. Ohio State 
3 Oklahoma 

4. Notre Dame 

5. Navy 

6. Mississippi 

7 Army 

8 Arkansas 

9. Miami (Fla.) 
10 Wisconsin 
11. use 

MARYLAND 
Georgia Tech 



14. Duke 
15 Michigan 

16. Perm State 

17. SMU 

18. Denver 

19. Rice 

20. Minnesota 

1955 

1 Oklahoma 

2 Michigan State 

3. MARYLAND 

4. UCLA 

5. Ohio State 

6. TCU 

7. Georgia Tech 

8. Auburn 

9 Mississippi 

10. Notre Dame 

11. Pittsburgh 

12. USC 

13 Michigan 

14. Texas A&M 

15. Army 

16. Duke 

17 West Virginia 

18. Miami (Fla ) 

19. Iowa 
20 Navy 

Stanford 
Miami (Ohio) 

1974 

l.USC 
2 Alabama 

3. Ohio State 

4. Notre Dame 

5. Michigan 

6. Auburn 

7. Penn State 

8. Nebraska 

9. North Carolina State 
10 Miami (Ohio) 

11. Houston 

12. Florida 

13. MARYLAND 

14. Baylor 

15. Texas A&M 
Tennessee 

17. Mississippi State 

18. Michigan State 

19. Tulsa 
USC 

1975 

1 Oklahoma 

2. Arizona State 

3. Alabama 

4. Ohio State 

5. UCLA 

6. Arkansas 

7. Texas 

8 Michigan 
9. Nebraska 

10. Penn State 

11. MARYLAND 

12. Texas A&M 
13 Arizona 

Pittsburgh 
15. California 
16 Miami (Ohio) 
17. Notre Dame 

West Virginia 
19. Georgia 

Kentucky 

1976 

1 Pittsburgh 

2. USC 

3. Michigan 

4. Houston 



5. Ohio State 

6. Oklahoma 

7. Nebraska 

8 Texas A&M 

9 Alabama 

10. Georgia 

11. MARYLAND 

12. Notre Dame 

13. Texas Tech 

14 Oklahoma State 

15. UCLA 

16. Colorado 
17 Rutgers 

18. Iowa State 

19. Baylor 

North Carolina State 

1982 



Penn State 
SMU 

Nebraska 
Georgia 
UCLA 
6. Arizona State 

7 Washington 

8 Arkansas 
9. Pittsburgh 

10. Florida State 
11 LSU 

12. Ohio State 

13. North Carolina 
14 Auburn 

15. Michigan 

16. Oklahoma 

17. Alabama 

18. Texas 

19 West Virginia 
20. MARYLAND 

1984 

1. Brigham Young 

2. Washington 

3. Nebraska 

4. Boston College 

5. Oklahoma State 

6 Oklahoma 

7 Florida 

8 SMU 
9. USC 

10. UCLA 

11. MARYLAND 

12. Ohio State 

13. South Carolina 

14. Auburn 

15. Iowa 

16 LSU 

17. Virginia 

18 West Virginia 

19. Kentucky 
Florida State 

1985 

1 Oklahoma 
2. Michigan 
3 Penn State 

4. Tennessee 

5. Air Force 

6. UCLA 

7. Texas A&M 

8. Miami (Fla.) 

9. Iowa 

10 Nebraska 

11 Ohio State 

12 Arkansas 

13 Florida State 

14 Alabama 

15 Baylor 

16. Fresno State 

17 Brigham Young 

18. Georgia Tech 

19. MARYLAND 
20 LSU 



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Associated Press 










1949 


1951 




1952 




1953 


1954 




1955 


1 


Notre Dame 


1 Tennessee 


1 


Michigan State 


1 


MARYLAND 


1 Ohio State 


1 


Oklahoma 


2 


Oklahoma 


2 Michigan State 


2 


Georgia Tech 


2 


Notre Dame 


2. UCLA 


2. 


Michigan State 


3 


California 


3 MARYLAND 


3 


Notre Dame 


3 


Michigan State 


3 Oklahoma 


3. 


MARYLAND 


4. 


Army 


4 Illinois 


4 


Oklahoma 


4 


Oklahoma 


4 Notre Dame 


4 


UCLA 


5. 


Rice 


5 Georgia Tech 


5 


USC 


5 


UCLA 


5 Navy 


5. 


Ohio State 


6. 


Ohio State 


6 Princeton 


6 


UCLA 


6 


Rice 


6. Mississippi 


6 


TCU 


7. 


Michigan 


7. Stanford 


7 


Mississippi 


7 


Illinois 


7 Army 


7. 


Georgia Tech 


8. 


Minnesota 


8 Wisconsin 


8 


Tennessee 


8 


Georgia Tech 


8. MARYLAND 


8 


Auburn 


9. 


LSU 


9. Baylor 


9 


Alabama 


9 


Iowa 


9. Wisconsin 


9 


Notre Dame 


10. 


Pacific 


10. Oklahoma 


10 


Texas 


10 


West Virginia 


10 Arkansas 


10 


Mississippi 


11. 


Kentucky 


11. TCU 


11 


Wisconsin 


11 


Texas 


11. Miami (Fla.) 


11 


Pittsburgh 


12 


Cornell 


12 California 


12 


Tulsa 


12 


Texas Tech 


12 West Virginia 


12 


Michigan 


13 


Villanova 


13 Virginia 


13 


MARYLAND 


13 


Alabama 


13 Auburn 


13 


USC 


14. 


MARYLAND 


14 San Francisco 


14 


Syracuse 


14 


Army 


14. Duke 


14 


Miami (Fla.) 


15. 


Santa Clara 


15. Kentucky 


15 


Florida 


15 


Wisconsin 


15. Michigan 


15 


Miami (Ohio) 


16. 


North Carolina 


16. Boston Univ. 


16 


Duke 


16 


Kentucky 


16 Virginia Tech 


16 


Stanford 


17. 


Tennessee 


17. UCLA 


17 


Ohio State 


17 


Auburn 


17. USC 


17 


Texas A&M 


18. 


Princeton 


18. Washington State 


18 


Purdue 


18 


Duke 


18. Baylor 


18 


Navy 


19. 


Michigan State 


19. Holy Cross 


19 


Princeton 


19 


Stanford 


19 Rice 


19 


West Virginia 


20. 


Missouri 
Baylor 


20. Clemson 


20 


Kentucky 


20 


Michigan 


20. Penn State 


20 


Army 




1973 


1974 




1975 




1976 


1978 




1982 


1 


Notre Dame 


1. Oklahoma 


1 


Oklahoma 


1 


Pittsburgh 


1. Alabama 


1 


Penn State 


2. 


Ohio State 


2 USC 


2 


Arizona State 


2 


USC 


2 USC 


2 


SMU 


3. 


Oklahoma 


3. Michigan 


3 


Alabama 


3 


Michigan 


3 Oklahoma 


3 


Nebraska 


4. 


Alabama 


4. Ohio State 


4 


Ohio State 


4 


Houston 


4. Penn State 


4 


Georgia 


5 


Penn State 


5. Alabama 


5 


UCLA 


5 


Oklahoma 


5. Michigan 


5 


UCLA 


6. 


Michigan 


6. Notre Dame 


6 


Texas 


6 


Ohio State 


6. Clemson 


6 


Arizona State 


7. 


Nebraska 


7. Penn State 


7 


Arkansas 


7 


Texas A&M 


7. Notre Dame 


7 


Washington 


8. 


use 


8. Auburn 


8 


Michigan 


8 


MARYLAND 


8. Nebraska 


8 


Clemson 


9 


Arizona State 


9 Nebraska 


9. 


Nebraska 


9 


Nebraska 


9. Texas 


9 


Arkansas 




Houston 


10. Miami (Ohio) 


10 


Penn State 


10 


Georgia 


10. Houston 


10 


Pittsburgh 


11. 


Texas Tech 


11, N. C. State 


11 


Texas A&M 


11 


Alabama 


11 Arkansas 


11 


LSU 


12. 


UCLA 


12. Michigan State 


12 


Miami (Ohio) 


12 


Notre Dame 


12 Michigan State 


12 


Ohio State 


13. 


LSU 


13. MARYLAND 


13. 


MARYLAND 


13 


Texas Tech 


13 Purdue 


13 


Florida State 


14. 


Texas 


14. Baylor 


14. 


California 


14 


Oklahoma State 


14. UCLA 


14 


Auburn 


15. 


Miami (Ohio) 


15 Florida 


15. 


Pittsburgh 


15 


UCLA 


15. Missouri 


15 


USC 


16. 


N. C. State 


16. Texas A&M 


16. 


Colorado 


16 


Colorado 


16. Georgia 


16 


Oklahoma 


17. 


Missouri 


17. Mississippi State 


17. 


USC 


17 


Rutgers 


17. Stanford 


17 


Texas 


18. 


Kansas 


Texas 


18. 


Arizona 


18 


Kentucky 


18. N. C. State 


18 


North Carolina 


19. 


Tennessee 


19. Houston 


19. 


Georgia 


19 


Iowa State 


19. Texas A&M 


19 


West Virginia 


20. 


MARYLAND 

Tulane 


20. Tennessee 


20. 


West Virginia 


20 


Mississippi State 


20. MARYLAND 


20. 


MARYLAND 










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1984 


1985 




1982 




1983 


1984 




1985 


1. 


Bngham Young 


1. Oklahoma 


1. 


Penn State 


1. 


Miami (Fla.) 


1. Bngham Young 


1. 


Oklahoma 


2. 


Washington 


2. Michigan 


2 


SMU 


2 


Auburn 


2. Washington 


2 


Penn State 


3. 


Florida 


3 Penn State 


3. 


Nebraska 


3 


Nebraska 


3. Florida 


3. 


Michigan 


4. 


Nebraska 


4. Tennessee 


4. 


Georgia 


4. 


Georgia 


4. Nebraska 


4. 


Tennessee 


5. 


Boston College 


5. Florida 


5. 


UCLA 


5. 


Texas 


5. Oklahoma 


5. 


Florida 


6 


Oklahoma 


6. Texas A&M 


6. 


Arizona State 


6. 


Bngham Young 


6. Boston College 


6. 


Miami 


7. 


Oklahoma State 


7. UCLA 


7. 


Pittsburgh 


7. 


Michigan 


7. Oklahoma State 


7. 


Air Force 


8. 


SMU 


8. Air Force 


8. 


Arkansas 


8. 


Ohio State 


8. SMU 


8. 


Texas A&M 


9. 


UCLA 


9. Miami (Fla.) 


9. 


Clemson 


9. 


Flonda 


9. MARYLAND 


9. 


UCLA 


10. 


use 


10. Iowa 


10. 


Washington 


10. 


Clemson 


10. South Carolina 


10. 


Iowa 


11. 


South Carolina 


11. Nebraska 


11. 


LSU 


11. 


Illinois 


11. USC 


11. 


Nebraska 


12. 


MARYLAND 


12. Arkansas 


12. 


Florida State 


12. 


SMU 


12. UCLA 


12 


Alabama 


13. 


Ohio State 


13. Alabama 


13. 


Ohio State 


13. 


Alabama 


13. LSU 


13. 


Ohio State 


14. 


Auburn 


14. Ohio State 


14. 


USC 


14. 


Air Force 


14. Ohio State 


14. 


Florida State 


15. 


LSU 


15. Florida State 


15. 


Oklahoma 


15. 


West Virginia 


15. Auburn 


15. 


Arkansas 


16. 


Iowa 


16. Bngham Young 


16. 


Auburn 


16. 


Iowa 


16. Miami 


16. 


Brigham Young 


17. 


Florida State 


17. Baylor 


17. 


West Virginia 


17. 


Tennessee 


17. Florida State 


17. 


MARYLAND 


18. 


Miami (Fla.) 


18. MARYLAND 


18. 


MARYLAND 


18. 


UCLA 


18. Virginia 


18. 


Georgia Tech 


19. 


Kentucky 


19 Georgia Tech 


19 


North Carolina 


19. 


Pittsburgh 


19. Kentucky 


19. 


Baylor 


20. 


Virginia 


20 LSU 


20. 


Texas 


20. 


Penn State 


20. Iowa 


20. 


Auburn 








21. 


Michigan 


21. 


Oklahoma 


21. West Virginia 


21. 


LSU 








22. 


Alabama 


22. 


Boston College 


22. Army 


22 


Army 








23. 


Tulsa 


23. 


Oklahoma State 


23. Georgia 


23. 


Fresno State 








24 


Iowa 


24. 


MARYLAND 


24. Air Force 


24 


Georgia 








25 


Flonda 


25. 


East Carolina 


25. Notre Dame 


25. 


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fferson-Pilot TV 8 Radio 



Maryland's Radio Voices 

Maryland athletics, the voice carrying the big play is Johnny 
s. For 14 years he has described what's happening on game 
day in both Terrapin football and basketball. Holliday is Maryland to 
the listener's mind. He is the smooth pro whose voice, without be- 
ing loud, conveys great drama; whose voice, without losing any of 
its professionalism, conveys the missed shot. 

Holliday's expertise is utilized by ABC Radio both in its 'daily 
sports broadcasts and at the Olympic Games, and by Home Team 
Sports in its premium cable package. Holliday began a closer rela- 
tionship with Maryland Athletics by becoming an employee in 1991, 
guaranteeing the continuation of a quality Maryland voice. 

Joining Holliday in the football broadcast booth as color analyst 
for the first time is Gerry Sandusky, sports anchor and reporter for 
WBAL-TV in Baltimore since 1988. Sandusky, a 1983 Towson State 
graduate, is from a distinguished football family. 

Sandusky played two seasons of football and one season of 
basketball for the Tigers. His father, John, was an assistant coach 
with the Baltimore Colts from 1959 to 1972. He then moved to Miami 
to join Don Shula's Dolphins' staff where he is currently the assis- 
tant head coach. 

Former Terp receiver Richie Harris will serve as the broadcast 
team's sideline reporter, and will report live from the Maryland 
lockerroom during the post-game show. A native of Columbia, Md., 
Harris played for the Terps from 1989-92. Last year, he was the 
second-leading receiver in the Atlantic Coast Conference with 56 
receptions. He graduated in December with a degree in Afro- 
American studies, and he now works fulltime in the athletic 
department's development office. 




WHOM 

WLVW 

WETT 

(J £^ WDMV 

■0 

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MARYLAND 

Aberdeen WAMD-AM (970) 

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PENNSYLVANIA 

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WASHINGTON D.C. 

Metro Washington WRC-AM (980) 



The first commercially televised game 

The first regularly scheduled, commercially televised production 
as we know it today came 53 years ago on October 5, 1940, when 
Sully Krouse, Class of '41, and a band of Terps went north to 
Philadelphia to play Pennsylvania. At that game were two TV cam- 
eras with telescopic lenses and a set of announcers. The signal was 
first fed through a production unit that selected the best action to 
be transmitted eventually to sets in Philadelphia and as far away 
as Reading. 

The first couch potatoes were journalists at the Warwick Hotel, 
enginneers from Philco Inc., and viewers in many parts of the city, 
who had television sets that were able to receive programming from 
station W3XE (in later years NBC outlet WPTZ-TV or KYW-TV). The 
game was the opener for both teams, and was part of a golden era 
in Eastern football when teams like Pennsylvania led the nation in 
attendance. 

The televised game most noted by historians as being first was 
an encounter between Fordham and Waynesburg (Pa.) at New 
York's Randall's Island in 1939. Compared to the 1940 production it 
was rudimentary, a one-shot experiment that ended with that game. 
Philco ran Pennsylvania games on television for 12 years following 
the debut game. 

The end of the series came in 1953 when the NCAA sued Notre 
Dame and Pennsylvania, who had their own networks, for the 
exclusive rights to do all college games. Years later the NCAA lost a 
lawsuit to Georgia and Oklahoma, who won the right to contract 
their own rights fees to television. 

Working in the Pennsylvania athletic department during many of 
the Philco years was Castleman D. Chesley. Later he would become 
the genius behind televising Atlantic Coast Conference basketball, 
helping the league dominate in televising its games before others 
thought of catching-up. 




Radio 11 

WBAL 

Baltimore s NEWS-TALK Station 



Yinir Talk Stillon .. . Don't Mt« A Word! 
Washington. DC 




Talkers touch the Terrapin: Richie Harris, Gerry Sandusky and 
Johnny Holliday will describe Maryland's season on the Maryland 
Network, after touching the Terrapin's nose for a clear signal. 



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Terp Watchers — The Media 



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e ACC, Bowl Alliance 






Maryland and the ACC 

The Atlantic Coast 
Conference was founded on 
May 8, 1953, and its origin 
solidified the South as a grow- 
ing enterprise in intercollegiate 
athletics. For a half-century 
before, Southern schools 
competed in a variety of confer- 
ences, and at one time an un- 
wieldy 23 schools competed in 
the Southern Intercollegiate 
Conference (1929-1932). 
Maryland joined the Southern 
Conference in 1921, and was a 
member when 10 schools spilt 
from the league to start the 
Southeastern Conference in 
1932. The Terrapins and what 
was to become the ACC went 
back to a Southern Conference 
affiliation until the same factors 
that caused the old conference 
to disband occurred -too many 
disparate schools over too wide 
an area led to philosophical and 
logistical problems. 

Maryland was the ACC's first 
football champion, and until 
recently ranked number one in 
both football championships 
won and total victories. In 
all sports, Maryland is the 
all-time conference leader in 
championships. 

Clemson, Duke, North 
Carolina, North Carolina State, 
South Carolina, Virginia and 
Wake Forest were the other 
charter members of the ACC 
which was formed from the old 
Southern Conference. South 
Carolina withdrew in 1971 and 
Georgia Tech, which withdrew 
from the SEC in 1964, was 
admitted in 1978. Florida State 
was granted admission in 1991. 




An Unequalled and Unique Atlantic Coast Conference Tradition ... Maryland Football 



• Maryland football teams 
have more No. 1 rankings in 
the national polls than any 
other league team. 

• Maryland has scored more 
points on the football field 
than any other ACC school. 



• In the 1970s and 1980s, 
Maryland had more bowl ap- 
pearances than any other 
league team. 

• Maryland gave the ACC its 
first three consensus All- 
America players, its first 



National Coach of the Year, 
and its first National Champi- 
onship. 

• Maryland set eight ACC foot- 
ball records last year with its 
high-octane Run and Shoot 
offense. 



An Unequalled League of Excellence ... The Atlantic Coast Conference 



• ACC schools have won 47 
NCAA & AIAW National 
Championships, including 
four in the 1992-93 academic 
year. 

• The last three NCAA Basket- 
ball Champions have come 
from the ACC. 

• More than 100 student- 
athletes from league schools 
have won individual NCAA 
titles. 

The Football Bowl Coalition 

The Orange Bowl, Sugar 
Bowl, Cotton Bowl and Fiesta 
Bowl (Tier One) have joined 
with the Atlantic Coast 
Conference, The Big East 
Football Conference and the 
University of Notre Dame in a 
partnership to provide the 
opportunity for the champions 
of the two conferences and 
Notre Dame to appear in one of 
the four bowl games each year. 

In addition, the ACC and the 
Big East champions are guaran- 
teed a spot in the Orange Bowl, 
Sugar Bowl, or Cotton Bowl 
each year. 

The current commitments of 
the conference champions of the 
Big Eight to the Orange Bowl, 
the Southeast Conference to the 
Sugar Bowl, and the Southwest 
Conference to the Cotton Bowl 
remain intact, leaving two 
additional berths open in the 
four Tier One coalition bowls. 
(ACC + Big East + Notre Dame 
+ Big Eight + SEC + SWC = 
six slots filled of a possible 
eight.) These two slots will be 
filled from a pool of "at-large" 
teams which will include the 
next best teams (as selected by 
the Tier One coaltion bowls) 
from the following five confer- 
ences - ACC, Big East, Big 
Eight, PAC-10 (whose champion 



• Seven times in the last 12 
years the College Football 
Association (CFA) has 
awarded its Academic 
Achievement Award - sig- 
nifying the highest gradua- 
tion rates among its mem- 
bership — to an Atlantic 
Coast Conference school. 

• More than 40 ACC student- 
athletes have been named 
first team Football Academic 
All-Amencans. 



remains committed to the Rose 
bowl) and SWC. The three "at- 
large" teams not selected to the 
Tier One coalition bowls will 
then be available for selection 
to the Tier Two bowls of the 
coalition (Gator Bowl, 
Blockbuster Bowl, and John 
Hancock Bowl). 

Since the original Bowl Coali- 
tion was signed, the ACC has 
added two more bowl alliances. 
This winter, a third ACC team 
will compete m the Peach Bowl 
and a fourth league team will 
participate in the Hall of Fame 
Bowl. 

The team selection date for 
all the bowls involved in the co- 
alition (Tier One and Two) will 
be following the completion of 
regular season play. 

The selection process 

1, Whenever Notre Dame, the 
ACC and The Big East champi- 
ons occupy the number one and 
two rankings in the final regular 
season Associated Press poll, 
they must play the national 
championship game in the 
Fiesta Bowl. 

2. Whenever the number one 
or two teams in the final regular 
season Associated Press poll 
come from among the ACC 
Champion, The Big East Cham- 



• ACC schools have won 
National Championships in 
10 different sports - football, 
men's basketball, baseball, 
men's lacrosse, women's 
lacrosse, men's soccer, 
women's soccer, field hockey, 
women's cross country and 
men's golf. 

• The nine league teams are a 
combined 68-57-5 (.542) in 
bowl games - a success rate 
second only to the PAC-10. 



pion or Notre Dame, and the 
host conference champion from 
among the Sugar, Cotton, or 
Orange Bowl is ranked number 
one or two, these teams must 
play one another in the bowl of 
the host conference champion. 

3. Barring the above, the 
Orange Bowl, Sugar Bowl and 
Cotton Bowl will select first in 
order of the final rankings of 
their respective host conference 
champions. Following that 
selection, the Fiesta Bowl will 
have two selections from the re- 
maining pool of five teams. 

4. Once these selections have 
been completed the remaining 
three "at-large" teams will be 
available to the Tier Two bowls 
which will select one team each 
in order of per team net payout. 

5. The ACC and Big East cham- 
pions and Notre Dame have the 
right to pass a Tier One selec- 
tion for a higher 

payout, to avoid a rematch of a 
regular season game, or to avoid 
playing in a particular bowl 
game for a third consecutive 
year. 

6. A team may pass a selection 
to a Tier Two Bowl only to avoid 
a rematch of a regular season 
game, or to avoid playing in a 
particular bowl game for a third 
consecutive year. 



130 



Top Terps in the ACC, 1953, 1955 Champions 



1953 




Team 


IV 


Duke 


4 


Maryland 


3 


South Carolina 


2 


North Carolina 


2 


Wake Forest 


2 


Clemson 


1 


North Carolina State 





Virginia 





GAMES 








ALL GAMES 




L T 


Pts. 


Opp. 


IV 


L 


T Pts. 


Opp. 





105 


27 


7 


2 


1 217 


81 





70 


6 


10 


*1 


298 


38 


3 


58 


70 


7 


3 


198 


97 


3 


67 


99 


4 


6 


173 


187 


3 


52 


75 


3 


6 


1 123 


157 


2 


25 


34 


3 


5 


1 139 


172 


3 


14 


80 


1 


9 


80 


263 







_ 


1 


8 


75 


242 



National champion Maryland and 18th- 
ranked Duke tied for the ACC's inaugural 
grid title. The Terps finished the regular 
season with a perfect 10-0 record, includ- 
ing a 3-0 mark in league play Maryland, 
which lost to Oklahoma in the Orange 
Bowl. 7-0, scored 298 points, the most by a 
team until 1967, while allowing an ACC 
record-low 31 points. The Terps led the 
nation in rushing defense, 83 9 yards 
allowed per outing, and sconng defense, 
3 1 points per game Ten? tackle Stan 
Jones earned consensus All-Amenca 
honors while teammate Bemie Faloney 
was named first team Academic All- 
America. 



MARYLAND (30, 1010) 

20 Missouri 6 

52 Wash. & Lee 

20 Clemson 

40 Georgia 13 

26 N. Carolina 

30 Miami (Fla.) 

24 S. Carolina 6 

27 George Washington ... 6 
38 Mississippi 

21 Alabama 

Oklahoma * 7 

'Orange Bowl 



1955 




I ' i * t ' i ' i ' i ? ■ ' ' T~ r r — 

"T t ' ' r » ' ' ' ' ' t f ■' f " 

/ v' t' t 1 _ r i ■? . . ' t t ' T r _ 




CONFERENCE GAMES 

Team W L T 

Maryland 4 

Duke 4 

Clemson 3 1 

North Carolina 3 3 

Wake Forest 3 3 1 

South Carolina 1 5 

North Carolina State 2 1 

Virginia 4 



Pts. 

105 
94 
79 
90 

105 
75 
38 
42 



Opp. 

26 

14 

59 

102 

100 

176 

71 

80 



W 

10 
7 
7 
3 

5 
3 
4 
1 



ALL GAMES 
L T Pts. 



217 
1ST6 
206 
117 
131 
120 
206 
96 



Opp. 

77 
95 
144 
218 
157 
209 
193 
201 



•Lost Orange Bowl game 



For the second time in the ACC's first 
three years, Duke and Maryland tied for 
the league title with identical 4-0 records. 
The Terps finished third in both polls 
while the Blue Devils earned a 16th listing 
in the UPI poll. The ACC posted a 22-18-1 
mark against non-conference opponents. 
Maryland led the nation in defense against 
the rush, allowing 83.9 yards per game. 
Maryland had a 15-game win streak 
snapped with a 20-6 loss to Oklahoma 
m the Orange Bowl. Terp center Bob 
Pellegrini was a consensus All-Amenca. 



MARYLAND (4-0, 1010) 

13 Missouri 12 

7 UCLA 

20 Baylor 6 

28 Wake Forest 7 

25 N. Carolina 7 

34 Syracuse 13 

27 S. Carolina 

13 L.S.U 

25 Clemson 12 

19 George Washington ... 

6 Oklahoma* 20 

•Orange Bowl 



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ALL GAMES 




Team W 


I 


T 


Pts. 


Opp. 


IV 


L 


T Pts. 


Opp. 


Maryland 6 








198 


35 


8 


*4 


316 


104 


Clemson 4 


2 





130 


135 


7 


4 


246 


250 


North Carolina 4 


2 





146 


115 


7 


**5 


364 


279 


North Carolina State 4 


2 





145 


120 


9 


2 


tl 317 


241 


Duke 2 


4 





110 


136 


6 


5 


201 


208 


Virginia 1 


5 





61 


111 


4 


7 


207 


239 


Wake Forest 


6 





31 


169 


1 


10 


74 


348 



Maryland won its first conference 
championship in 18 years, sweeping past 
all six of its league opponents. It marked 
the 10th time in conference history that a 
team has gone unbeaten in league play. 
An ACC record three teams earned bowl 
bids. Maryland lost to Tennessee, 7-3, in 
the Liberty Bowl The Terps extended 
their win streak against ACC foes to 10- 
in-a-row. Clemson's Bennie Cunningham, 
North Carolina's Ken Huff and Maryland's 
Randy White were consensus Ail- 
Americans. White, a senior defensive 
tackle, won both the Outland and 
Lombardi Trophies. 



'Lost Liberty Bowl, "Lost Sun Bowl 
tTied Bluebonnet Bowl 



MARYLAND (6-0, 8-4) 

16 Alabama 21 

10 Florida 17 

24 North Carolina 12 

31 Syracuse 

41 Clemson 

47 Wake Forest 

20 N.C. State 10 

17 Penn State 24 

41 Villanova 

56 Duke 13 

10 Virginia 

3 Tennessee* 7 



1975 




Maryland captured its second consecutive 
ACC gridiron title by posting a perfect 5-0 
league mark and extending its win streak 
over conference opponents to 15-in-a-row, 
tymg a league mark For the third straight 
year, the Terps took part in post-season 
competition, defeating Florida, 13-0 in the 
Gator Bowl. Maryland, which led the 
league in total offense with a 375.2 yards 
per game average, set an ACC single game 
total offense mark with 802 yards in a 
62-24 victory over Virginia, November 22. 
Terps' John Schultz was the nation's top 
kickoff returner with a 31.0 average. 



CONFERENCE GAMES 



Team 

Maryland 

Duke 

North Carolina State 

Wake Forest 

Clemson 

North Carolina 

Virginia 



W 

5 
3 
2 
3 
2 
1 




Pts. Opp. 







182 
131 
131 
145 
102 
119 
98 



73 
84 
115 
137 
141 
159 
226 



IV 
*9 
4 
7 
3 
2 
3 
1 



ALL GAMES 



5 
**4 
8 
9 
7 
10 



'Won Gator Bowl; "Lost Peach Bowl 



Pts. Opp. 



312 
197 
260 
221 

177 
207 
175 



150 
212 
210 
264 
381 
272 
428 



MARYLAND (50, 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 

13 Florida* 



132 



Top Terps in the ACC, 1976, 1983 Champions 



1976 




Maryland's powerful Terrapins swept 
through the regular season undefeated 
and became only the second team in ACC 
history to win three consecutive league 
titles outright. Coach Jerry Claiborne's 
club ran its conference victory string to a 
record 20 straight The Terps appeared in 
a bowl (or the fourth straight year, losing 
to Southwest Conference champion 
Houston, 30-21, in the Cotton Bowl. 
Maryland tackle Joe Campbell and Wake 
Forest defensive back Bill Armstrong were 
consensus All-Amencans Maryland's No 
8 ranking in the final AP poll was the first 
top 10 finish by an ACC team since 1960 



CONFERENCE GAMES 



Team W L T Pts. Opp. W L 

Maryland 5 111 24 11 MO 

North Carolina 4 1 144 102 9 "3 

Wake Forest 3 3 124 118 5 6 

Duke 2 3 1 125 145 5 5 1 

North Carolina State 2 3 97 98 3 7 1 

tVirginia 14 40 111 2 9 

Clemson 4 1 76 123 3 6 2 

'Lost Cotton Bowl; "Lost Peach Bowl 
tLoss to Virginia Tech counted as conference game 



ALL GAMES 
T Pts. 



294 
243 
177 
234 
205 
106 
172 



Opp. 

115 
220 
206 
245 
258 
266 
237 



MARYLAND (5-0, 111) 

31 Richmond 7 

24 West Virginia 3 

42 Syracuse 28 

20 Vulanova 9 

16 N.C. State 6 

17 Wake Forest 15 

30 Duke 3 

24 Kentucky 14 

21 Cincinnati 

20 Clemson 

28 Virginia 

21 Houston* 30 



1983 




Maryland claimed its fust ACC title since 
1976, finishing undefeated m five league 
contests while North Carolina was 
second with a 4-2 mark. Both had identical 
8-4 overall records. In bowl action, the 
Terps dropped a 30-23 decision to 
Tennessee in the Florida Citnis Bowl while 
the Tar Heels, in their fifth straight bowl 
game, lost to Florida State, 28-3, in the 
Peach Bowl. 



CONFERENCE GAMES 



Team W L 

Maryland 5 

North Carolina 4 2 

Georgia Tech 3 2 

Duke 3 3 

Virginia 3 3 

North Carolina State 1 5 

Wake Forest 1 5 

tClemson — — 



T Pts. Opp. 



154 
184 
147 
150 
145 
108 
150 



71 
117 
140 
183 
150 
159 
218 



W 

8 
8 
3 
3 
6 
3 
4 
9 



ALL GAMES 
T Pts. 



•Lost Florida Citrus Bowl; "Lost Peach Bowl 
tNot eligible for championship by conference action 



316 
337 
222 
246 
252 
236 
257 
338 



Opp. 

253 
216 
313 
350 
280 
246 
281 
200 



MARYLAND (5-0, 8-4-0) 

21 VanderbUt 14 

21 West Virginia 31 

13 Pittsburgh 7 

23 Virginia 3 

34 Syracuse 13 

36 Wake Forest 33 

38 Duke 3 

28 North Carolina 26 

23 Auburn 26 

27 Clemson 52 

29 N.C. State 6 

23 Tennessee* 30 



133 



s in the ACC, 1984, 1985 Champions 








CONFERENCE GAMES 








ALL GAMES 




Team 


W 


I 


T Pts. 


Opp. 


W 


I 


T 


Pts. 


Opp. 


Maryland 


5 





204 


102 


*9 


3 





380 


280 


Virginia 


3 


1 


2 189 


108 


"8 


4 





337 


216 


N.Carolina 


3 


2 


1 119 


125 


5 


5 


1 


234 


274 


W.Forest 


3 


3 


91 


124 


6 


5 





205 


232 


Ga.Tech. 


2 


2 


1 114 


81 


6 


4 


1 


296 


201 


Duke 


1 


5 


67 


162 


2 


9 





128 


301 


N.C. State 


1 


5 


97 


179 


3 


8 





263 


311 


tClemson 










7 


4 





346 


215 



Maryland pocketed the championship for 
the second year in a row and earned their 
fifth outright crown over the past 11 
seasons. The title was not decided until 
the season's final weekend when the 
Terps knocked off Virginia, 45-33, for the 
league crown Maryland, taking part in its 
third straight bowl game, defeated 
Tennessee in the Sun Bowl, 28-27, while 
Virginia, making its first-ever bowl game 
appearance, defeated Purdue m the Peach 
Bowl, 27-24. Maryland, trailing Miami 31-0 
at the half, rallied for 42 second half points 
to beat the Hurricanes, 42-40, setting a 
record for the greatest comeback in NCAA 
Division IA football history. 



*Won Sun Bowl; "Won Peach Bowl 
tNot eligible for championship by conference action 



MARYLAND (500, 9-3-0) 

7 Syracuse 23 

14 Vanderbilt 23 

20 West Virginia 17 

38 Wake Forest 17 

24 Penn State 25 

44 N.C. State 21 

43 Duke 7 

34 North Carolina 23 

42 Miami (Florida) 40 

41 Clemson 23 

45 Virginia 34 

28 Tennessee* 27 



1985 




Maryland made it three championships m 
a row and six in 12 years, by finishing 
unbeaten in ACC play. For the fourth 
straight year and the 11th time in 13 
seasons, the Terps took part in post-season 
play, knocking off Syracuse m the Cherry 
Bowl, 35-18. Maryland extended its ACC 
game win streak to 17, with a 33-21 title 
clinching victory over Virginia on the 
season's final weekend. A pair of offensive 
tackles, J.D Maarleveld of Maryland and 
Jim Dombrowski of Virginia were tabbed 
as consensus All-Amencans. 





CONFERENCE GAMES 








ALL GAMES 




Team 


W 


L 


T 


Pts. 


Opp. 


W 


L 


T 


Pts. 


Opp. 


Maryland 


6 








192 


92 


*9 


3 





326 


192 


Georgia Tech 


5 


1 





136 


55 


#9 


2 


1 


252 


132 


Clemson 


4 


3 





167 


122 


6 


1-6 





244 


222 


Virginia 


4 


3 





172 


150 


6 


5 





262 


217 


North Carolina 


3 


4 





129 


154 


5 


6 





224 


223 


Duke 


2 


5 





94 


174 


4 


7 





193 


252 


North Carolina State 


2 


5 





121 


189 


3 


8 





186 


305 


Wake Forest 


1 


6 





99 


174 


4 


7 





212 


249 



'Won Cherry Bowl; #Won All- American Bowl 
tLost Independence Bowl 



MARYLAND (60, 9-3-0) 

18 Penn State 20 

31 Boston Collge 13 

28 West Virginia 

Michigan 20 

31 N.C. State 17 

26 Wake Forest 3 

40 Duke 10 

28 North Carolina 10 

22 Miami (Florida) 29 

34 Clemson 31 

33 Virginia 21 

35 Syracuse* 18 



134 



All-Terp, AII-ACC 



1953 - FIRST TEAM 

Stan Jones - Tackle 
Jack Bowersox - Guard 
Betnie 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 THE YEAR 
Bernie Faloney - Back 

- COACH OF THE YEAR 
Jim Tatum 

1954 - FIRST TEAM 

BUI Walker - End 
Dick Bielski - Back 
Ronnie Waller - Back 

- SECOND TEAM 

Bob Pellegrini - Guard 
John Irvine - Center 

- THIRD TEAM 

Jack Bowersox - Guard 

1955 - FIRST TEAM 

Mike Sandusky - Tackle 
Jack Davis - Guard 
Bob Pellegrini - Center 
Ed Vereb - Back 

- SECOND TEAM 
Bill Walker - End 
Russell Dennis - End 
Frank Tamburello - Back 

- PLAYER OF THE YEAR 
Bob Pellegrini - Center 

- COACH OF THE YEAR 
Jim Tatum 

- JACOBS BLOCKING TROPHY 
Bob Pellegrini - Center 

1956 - FTRST 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 




Jim Tatum (with whistle), here hosting President H.C. Byrd in the 
preseason, was the ACC's first coach of the year; he still has the 
best winning percentage in league history. 



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 -DEFENSIVE TEAM 

Bob Sullivan - Back 

1966 -DEFENSIVE 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 Bungon - End 

1972 - DEFENSIVE TEAM 

Paul Vellano - Guard 
Bob Smith - Safety 
1973- DEFENSIVE TEAM 

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



- OFFENSIVE TEAM 
Louis Carter - Tailback 

- COACH OF THE 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 THE 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 THE YEAR 
Jerry Claiborne 

1976 - DEFENSIVE TEAM 

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




Bemie Faloney and Bob Morgan captained the ACC's first 
champions, and earned all-league while doing it. 



135 



A1I-ACC 



"ENSIVE TEAM 
Mark Manges - Quarterback 
Sd Fulton - Guard 
Tom Schick - Tackle 

- COACH OF THE YEAR 
Jerry Claiborne 

1977 - DEFENSIVE TEAM 

Ted Klaube - Guard 

1978 - DEFENSIVE TEAM 

Bruce Palmer - Guard 
Charles Johnson - Tackle 
Lloyd Burruss - Back 

1979 - OFFENSIVE TEAM 

Larry Stewart - Tackle 
Charlie Wysocki - Tailback 

- SPECIALIST 

Dale Castro - Kicker 

1980 - OFFENSIVE TEAM 

Charlie Wysocki - Tailback 

- DEFENSIVE TEAM 
Lloyd Burruss - Back 
Marlin Van Horn - Guard 

1982 - OFFENSIVE TEAM 

Dave Pacella - Tackle 

- DEFENSIVE TEAM 
Mark Duda - Tackle 

- SPECIALIST 

Jess Atkinson - Kicker 

- COACH OF THE YEAR 
Bobby Ross 

1983 - OFFENSIVE TEAM 

Ron Solt - Guard 

- DEFENSIVE TEAM 
Clarence Baldwin - Back 
Pete Koch - Tackle 

Eric Wilson - Lmebacker 






1984 - OFFENSIVE TEAM 

Kevin Glover - Centei 
Greg Hill - Wide Receiver 

- DEFENSIVE TEAM 

Al Covington - Safety 
Bruce Mesner - Guard 
Eric Wilson - Line backer 

1985 - OFFENSIVE TEAM 

J. D. Maarleveld - Tackle 
Len Lynch - Guard 

- DEFENSIVE TEAM 

Al Covington - Safety 
Keeta Covington - 

Corner Back 
Chuck Faucette - 

Linebacker 
Bruce Mesnei - Guard 

1986 - DEFENSIVE TEAM 

Keeta Covington - 

Corner Back 
Chuck Faucette - 

Linebacker 
Bruce Mesner -Guard 

1987 - OFFENSIVE TEAM 

Ferrell Edmunds - End 

- DEFENSIVE TEAM 

Kevin Walker - Linebacker 

1988 - OFFENSIVE TEAM 

Dan Plocki - Kicker 

- DEFENSIVE TEAM 
Warren Powers - Tackle 

1989 - DEFENSIVE TEAM 

Larry Webster - Tackle 

1990 - OFFENSIVE TEAM 

Barry Johnson - Split End 
1992 - OFFENSIVE TEAM 

Marcus Badgett - Split End 




Louis Carter ran his way to All-ACC as well as MVP of the 1974 
Peach Bowl. 







Bob Pellegrini (67) helped lead the charge tor the 1953 tithst. 



136 



Terprominent, Department Directory 




Athletic Director's Office 

Andy Geiger, Athletic Director (301) 314-7075 

Joyce Taylor, AD's Secretary 

Dr. Suzanne Tyler, Senior Associate AD 314-7076 

Jeff Gray, Associate AD 314-7020 

Luke Giasgow, Certification 314-7081 

Academic Support Unit 314-7043 

Dr. Javaune Adams-Gaston, Director 
Elizabeth Fnedman 
Eleanor Green 
Don Pearman 
Lon Panko 

Business Office 314-7051 

Dwight Williams, Director 
Debbie Russell 
Phyllis Wallace 
Lisa Amick 
Madonna Perry 

Development 

Keith Inman. Director of Development 314-7077 

Momque Gilliam 

Terrapin Club 314-7018 

Gib Romaine, Director 
Dana Delaney 



M-Club 314-7014 

Greg Manning, Director 
Dottie Warren 

Equipment 314-7331 

Ron Ohnnger, Manager 
Ron Fulton 
John Bowie 
Eric Youngstrom 

Golf Course 403-4299 

Tom Hanna, Director 
Glenn McCloskey 
Ron Scales 
Ed Schmitt 

Grounds Staff 314-7383 

Bunk Carter, Manager 
Bill Reinohl 

Operations & Facilities 314-7126 

Curt Callahan, Director 
Anne Byrdy 
Dan Giffin 
Gary Parker 

Sports Marketing 314-7073 

Neal Eskin, Director 

Patty Benfield 

Lee Corrigan, Maryland Radio Network 314-7032 

Lisa Speas 

Ticket Office 314-7070 

Jack Zane. Manager 
Eloise Jones 
Tonya Wright 

Training Staff 314-9901 

Sandy Worth, Head Trainer 
J.J. Bush 
Phyllis Sanders 
Bill Saylor 
Jim Weir 

Varsity Sports 314-7003 

Gothard Lane, Director 
Linda Barbour 

Sports Teams Offices 

Baseball, Tom Bradley 314-7122 

Basketball (men's), Gary Williams 314-7029 

Basketball (women's). Chris Weller 314-7010 

Cross Country (men's and women's), Dan Rmcon 314-7457 

Field Hockey, Missy Meharg 314-7006 

Golf. Tom Hanna 403-4299 

Gymnastics, Bob Nelligan 314-7007 

Lacrosse (men's), Dick Edell 314-7114 

Lacrosse (women's), Cindy Tunchal 314-7002 

Soccer (men's), Sasho Cirovski 314-7005 

Soccer (women's), Apnl Heinnchs .... 314-7034 

Swimming & Diving (men's and women's), TBA ... 314-70: 

Tennis (men's and women's). Jim Laitta . . 314-7131 

Track & Field (men's and women's), Bill Goodman 314-7457 

Volleyball, Janice Kruger 314-7009 

Wrestling. John McHugh 314-7134 



137 



gMvsislty President 
WiMam E. Kirwan 



After more than 25 years of 
service as a professor and ad- 
ministrator at the University of 
Maryland at College Park, Dr. 
William E. Kirwan was 
appointed president on February 
1, 1989. He served as acting 
president of the university from 
August 1, 1988, until the time of 
his appointment as president. 

Dr. Kirwan jomed the univer- 
sity in 1964 as an assistant 
professor of mathematics. He 
rose through the faculty ranks 
as associate professor (1968- 
1972), professor (1972-present), 
amd chair of the Department of 
Mathematics (1977-1981). 

In 1981, he was appointed 
vice chancellor for academic 
affairs, College Park's chief 
academic post. From August to 
November 1982, Dr. Kirwan 
served as acting chancellor, 



returning to his position as vice 
chancellor upon the arrival of the 
new chancellor. As Vice 
Chancellor, Dr. Kirwan raised 
admission standards, increased 
the number of merit scholarships 
and graduate fellowships, and 
established an academic plan- 
ning process. 

Dr. Kirwan is a member of 
numerous honorary and profes- 
sional societies, including Phi 
Beta Kappa, the American 
Mathematical Society, and the 
Mathematical Association of 
America. Recently, he was in- 
ducted into the Order of King 
Leopold II by the Belgian gov- 
ernment and into the University 
of Kentucky Hall of 
Distinguished Alumni. Dr. 
Krrwan is the co-editor of the 
book Advances in Complex 
Analysis, and the author of 
many published articles on 
mathematical research. He 
served as editor of the 
Proceedings of the American 
Mathematical Society from 1977 
to 1985. He chaired the 



Board Of Regents 

George V. McGowan 
Chair 

Queen Anne's County 

Margaret Alton 

Baltimore City 

The Honorable Mary Arabian 

Baltimore City 

Richard 0. Bemdt 

Baltimore City 

Roger Blunt 
Vice-Chair 

Montgomery County 

The Honorable Benjamin L. Brown 

Baltimore City 

Charles W. Cole, Jr. 

Baltimore County 

Earle Palmer Brown 

Montgomery County 

Frank A. Gunther 

Baltimore City 

fJona M. Hogan 

Frederick County 

Anne R. Hull 

Prince George's County 

Henry R. Lord 

Baltimore County 
Franklin P. Perdue 
Wicomico County 

Constance M. Unseld 
Assistant Secretary 

Baltimore County 



Robert L. Walker 

Anne Arundel County 

Albert N. Whiting 

Howard County 

Michael Seelman 

Montgomery County 

System Administration 

Dr. Donald N. Langenberg 

Chancellor 

John K. Martin 

Wee Chancellor lor Advancement 

Dr. George L. Marx 

Wee Chancellor lor 
Academic Affairs 

Donald L. Myers 

Wee Chancellor lor General 
Administration 

College Park Campus 

Dr. William E. Kirwan 

President 

Dr. Daniel Fallon 

Wee President tor Academic Affairs 
and Provost 

Charles F. Sturtz 

Wee President for Administrative 
Affairs 

Kathryn R. Costello 

Wee President for Institutional 
Advancement 

Dr. William L. Thomas, Jr. 

Wee President lor Student Atlairs 




Mathematical Sciences in the 
Year 2000 Committee, a task 
force created by the National 
Research Council to improve 
mathematics education at 
the nation's colleges and 
universities during the next 
decade. 

He is a member of the Board 
of Directors of the World Trade 
Center Institute, the Baltimore 
Council on Foreign Affairs, and 
the Alvin Alley Dance Theatre 
Foundation. He also serves on 
the American Council on 
Education's Commission on 
Women in Higher Education, 
and the Prince George's County 
Ad Hoc Committee on Black 
Male Achievement. 

Born in Louisville, Kentucky, 
on April 14, 1938, Dr. Kirwan 
received a bachelor's degree in 
mathematics from the Univer- 
sity of Kentucky in 1960. He 
holds master's (1962) and Ph.D. 
(1964) degrees in mathematics 
from Rutgers University. 

Dr. Kirwan and his wife, 
Patricia, have a son who 
received his bachelor's and 
master's degrees in architecture 
from the College Park campus, 
and a daughter who received 
her bachelor's degree in 
Journalism from the University. 




Chancellor Dr. Donald N. 
Langenberg 



138 



Terpilot, Athletic Director Andy Geiger, Sue Tyler, Jeff Gray 




Andy Geiger 
Athletic Director 



Andy Geiger, whose tenure 
as Athletic Director at Stanford 
University elevated him to 
the top rank of athletic 
administrators, was named to 
direct the athletic program at 
Maryland by College Park 
President William E. Kirwan on 
Sept. 7, 1990. 

Since Geiger's first day on 
the job, he has elevated the 
image of Maryland athletics, 
while providing structure and 
planning for the 1990s and 
beyond. 

Of immediate impact was 
his being instrumental in 
establishing across the board 
equilibrium in the 23-sport 
program in the face of financial 
challenges. 

While Geiger has been at 
Maryland, athletics have flour- 
ished. The women's lacrosse 
team won the 1992 NCAA 
Championship, the field hockey 
team advanced to the Final Four 
and the women's basketball 
team reached No. 1 m the 
country for the first time ever. 
In 1992-93. Geiger oversaw the 
hiring of Mark Duffner as foot- 
ball coach, the completion of a 
new athletic training facility at 
Byrd Stadium, renovation of 
lockerroom facilities for several 
varsity sports and the 



resurgence of the men's basket- 
ball program to the point where 
every ACC game last season 
was sold out. 

Above all, Geiger is 
establishing management proce- 
dures to handle the complexi- 
ties of a large, Division I athletic 
program, procedures that are 
needed in a time of unparalleled 
scrutiny of college athletics. 

He currently serves on two 
NCAA and several Atlantic 
Coast Conference committees. 
He is a member of the NCAA 
special committee to review fi- 
nancial conditions in intercolle- 
giate athletics. He is also a 
member of the NCAA special 
events committee, serving on 
the post-season football sub- 
committee. 

Maryland is Geiger's fourth 
athletic directorship. He was 
named AD at Brown in 1972, 
and moved to another Ivy 
League school, Pennsylvania, in 
1975, overseemg at Penn the 
last Ivy program to reach the 
NCAA Basketball Final Four. At 
Stanford, Geiger oversaw an 
athletic juggernaut - amassing 
27 NCAA titles m his 1 1 years 
at the helm. 

Geiger is a 1961 graduate of 
Syracuse. He and his wife, 
Eleanor, have two children, 
Phillip and Gregory. 





Dr. Sue Tyler 
Senior Associate 
Athletic Director 

Dr. Suzanne Tyler is at the 
heart of Maryland athletics. Her 
19-year association with the 
program has seen her serve the 
department in every fashion 
imaginable. From coach to 
administrator to confidant of 
student-athletes, Tyler 
envelopes herself in red and 
white. 

When Maryland needed an 
interim athletic director in 1990 
to direct the 23-sport intercolle- 
giate program, Tyler answered 
the call. She served in that 
capacity until the arrival of 
Andy Geiger. 

Tyler's success has been 
extraordinary on both the 
athletic and academic levels. 
She is one of the few coaches in 
history to win NCAA Champion- 
ships in two sports - lacrosse 
in 1981 and 1986, and field 
hockey in 1987. Tyler performed 
double duty in 1990. While serv- 
ing as the chief athletic depart- 
ment administrator, she led the 
Terps' women's lacrosse team 
to the national championship 
game. She was named lacrosse 
National Coach of the Year in 
1984 and 1986. 

Her career reaches into the 
academic realm where she is as 
successful off the field as on. 
She has earned honors m each 
stage of her academic career — 
as an undergraduate at North- 
eastern in 1969. receiving her 
master's from Penn State in 
1972 and her Ph.D. from 
Maryland in 1986. 

Tyler and her husband, 
Dennis Casey, reside in 
Beltsville, Md. with their two- 
year-old son, Andrew, and 
daughter, Alexis. 



Jeff Gray 
Associate 
Athletic Director 

Jeffrey W. Gray was 
appointed Associate Athletic 
Director in June of 1991, coming 
from the University of California 
at Los Angeles where he was 
Associate Director of Develop- 
ment in UCLA's successful $25 
million capital campaign for 
athletics. 

Gray is responsible for the 
success of the Maryland Partner- 
ship, the unique capital cam- 
paign in College Park where the 
State of Maryland matches pri- 
vate monies raised to refurbish 
and construct campus athletic 
facilities. Maryland has already 
refurbished Byrd Stadium with 
$20 million in improvements, 
and Gray is responsible for 
contmuing the Byrd renovation, 
and for funding a master devel- 
opment plan which touches all 
intercollegiate sports. 

Gray, 42, began his develop- 
ment career at the University of 
Chicago in 1973. He was part of 
an 1 1 member staff that was 
responsible for Medical Center 
development. He moved to La 
Salle High School in Milwaukie, 
Oregon in 1975, and for six years 
he coached basketball, football 
and baseball, and taught 
English. 

A native of Albany, Calif., 
Gray attended St. Mary's College 
High School in Berkeley. He first 
came east to attend 
Georgetown, and graduated in 
1975 with a B.A. in English Lit- 
erature. He was an eight-time ■ 
letterwinner in football and 
baseball as a Hoya, earning 
most valuable player honors in 
football in 1972. 

Jeff and his wife, Kelly, re- 
cently had their first child, 
Robert Paul. 



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j. r t :mer 



Sandy Worth begins her second 
year as the University of Maryland's 
Head Athletic Trainer, having been 
elevated to that position, July 1, 1992. 

While the position is relatively 
new for Worth, her association with 
the Maryland training staff dates 
back to 1973. This football season, 
Worth will begin her third decade as 
a member of the University's training 
staff. 

As head trainer, Worth directly 
supervises the athletic training of 
the football team. She directs the 
operations in Maryland's new state- 
of-the-art trainmg room in the 
Football Team Building. 

Worth supervises and schedules a 
staff of five full-time assistant trainers 
and a throng of student trainers, or- 
chestrating the training regimen for 
each of Maryland's 23 intercollegiate 
sport programs. 

Worth served as associate athletic 
trainer before her appointment to 
head trainer. As associate trainer, 
she managed the main framing room 
in Cole Field House. In her care 
were 14 teams which included the 
nationally competitive women's 
basketball, lacrosse and field hockey 
teams along with the men's wrestling 
and swimming and diving teams. 
Worth also supervised the instruction 
of the student trainers working with 



the various athletic teams. She was 
the trainer for three national champi- 
onships by the Terps women's la- 
crosse team and one by the field 
hockey team. In addition, she was 
the trainer for the women's basket- 
ball team as it won eight ACC titles. 

Worth was the head trainer for 
the 1989 U.S. Women's Lacrosse 
team that won the World Cup 
Championship and again served in 
that capacity this summer in Scotland. 

Education: B.S. physical education, 
Univensty of Maryland, 1973. 
Training: University of Maryland, 
Assistant Trainer, 1973-78. Univer- 
sity of Maryland, Associate Trainer, 
1978-1991, University of Maryland 
Head Trainer, 1992-1993. Head 
trainer for U.S. Women's Lacrosse 
World Cup Championship, 1989. 
Women's Lacrosse National Champi- 
onship, 1981, 1986, 1992; Head 
Trainer for Field Hockey team Na- 
tional Championship, 1987; Women's 
basketball ACC Championships, 
1978, 1979, 1981, 1982, 1983, 1986, 
1988, 1989. 

Personal: Attended Dulaney High 
School in Timomum, MD. 

Jim Weir 

Assistant Athletic Trainer 

For the last 23 years, Jim Weir 
has been a member of the University 
of Maryland athletic training staff, 
assisting with the football program 
for 22 of those years. This season, he 



will again assist Head Trainer Sandy 
Worth with the day-to-day medical 
training care for the Terps' football 
team. 

Weir is involved in all aspects of 
the athletic training and injury reha- 
bilitation efforts for the entire foot- 
ball program. 

A Michigan native, he attended 
Olivet College before enlisting in the 
United States Navy in 1960. He 
served 10 years in the Navy as a 
Hospital Corpsman 2nd Class. Weir 
graduated from the Navy Physical 
Therapy Technical School. He 
worked for three years as an assis- 
tant athletic trainer at the Naval 
Academy before coming to Maryland. 

Specifics: 55 (8-31-38) 
Education: Olivet (Michigan) 
College; Hospital Corpsman, U.S. 
Navy. 

Training: Navy Corpsman, 1960-79. 
University of Maryland, Assistant 
Trainer, 1970-1993. Trainer for the 
Peach Bowl, 1973; Liberty Bowl, 
1974; Gator Bowl, 1975; Sun Bowl, 
1978; Tangerine Bowl, 1980; Aloha 
Bowl, 1982; Citrus Bowl, 1983; Sun 
Bowl, 1984; Cherry Bowl, 1985. 
Wrestling Trainer, 1970-75, 1978-80, 
1987-91; Trainer for NCAA Men's 
Lacrosse Champions, 1973 and 1975. 
Personal: Attended Chelsea High 
School in Chelsea, Michigan. He and 
wife Marlene have three children: 
James, Robert, and Christina. 











Training Staff: Trainers Adam Silver, Sandy Worth, Jim Weir and Dana Coleman. 



Dr. Stan Lavine 

Team Physician 

Dr. Stan Lavine, head orthopedic 
surgeon for Maryland's 23 intercolle- 
giate athletic teams, has roots that 
grow deep into Maryland's red clay. 
He first served the Terps as a foot- 
ball lettermen in 1948 and 1949 and 
has, since, served the Terps from the 
medical profession. 

A native of Pittsburgh where he 
attended Schenley High School, Dr. 
Lavine matriculated at Maryland to 
prepare for his medical career. He 
played football initially for Clark 
Shaughnesy, one of football's great 
innovators. By the time of his 1950 
graduation, he had led Maryland to, 
under then Head Coach Jim Tatum, a 
9-1 season and a 20-7 victory over 
Missouri in the Gator Bowl as the 
team's quarterback. Following his 
graduation from the University's 
Medical School, he interned in 
hospitals in Philadelphia and 
Cleveland, served two years in the 
Air Force, and then began his ortho- 
pedic career medical practice and 
work with Maryland's athletic teams. 

Dr Lavine attends all home foot- 
ball and basketball games and some 
road games and is on call at all times 
for the athletes on the University's 
23 sports teams. His professional 
reputation is national in scope and 
many prominent athletes regularly 
seek his treatment. He was the team 
physician for the Washington Red- 
skins (1975-85), and was there for 
two Super Bowls. He was the team 
physician for the Washington Bullets 
when they won the NBA Champion- 
ship in 1978. Working with Lavine is 
Dr. Dave Linehan, another highly 
regarded orthopedic surgeon. Line- 
han worked at the University's Stu- 
dent Health Center before deciding 
to go into orthopedic surgery. He has 
been associated with the University's 
athletic teams since 1973 

Supporting Lavine, Linehan and 
Head Trainer Sandra Worth on a day 
to day basis are Drs Sacared Bodison 
and Steve Fahey of the University's 
Student Health Center. Dr. Bodison is 
Clinical Director and Director of 
Sports Medicine. She, along with 
Fahey, take care of the daily medical 
problems that might occur in all 
sports. Diagnosis and treatment are 
overseen at the training rooms and 
at the Health Center. If necessary, 
they refer student-athletes to special- 
ists through Worth. 



140 



Terpads, Equipment 




Dr. David Linehan 



EQUIPMENT STAFF 

The University of Maryland 
equipment staff is directed by Ron 
Ohringer, who begins his sixth 
season as the Terps' equipment 
manager. 

Ohringer manages the ordering, 
inventory, maintenance and 
distribution of all athletic equipment 
for the University's 23 intercollegiate 
sport programs. He works on a day- 
to-day basis with the football pro- 
gram, providing all the equipment 
needs for a ma]or-college football 
program. 

Ohringer may occupy the largest 
office on the University grounds. The 
equipment room in the Football 
Team Building covers more than 
45.000 square feet. He also directs 
the operation of equipment rooms in 
Cole Field House and the Varsity 
Team House. 

A native of Bethesda, MD. 
Ohringer attended the University of 
Maryland, graduating in 1985 with a 
bachelor of science in journalism and 
public relations. While a student, he 
served as a student manager and 
was selected to be the head student 
manager his senior year. 

He has worked as a public 
relations assistant with both the 
Washington Redskins and Philadel- 
phia Eagles, in addition to working 
for the Arena Football League and 
the Alexandria Baseball Dukes. 



Ohringer returned to the Univer- 
sity in 1988 after assistant equip- 
ment manager Todd Goodman was 
involved in a tragic auto accident 

Ohringer has a staff of one full- 
time assistant, two part-time assis- 
tants and 14 student managers Eric 
Youngstrom is the staff full-time as- 
sistant He also is in his sixth year 
with the program He assists with 
football responsibilities, and coordi- 
nates the entire equipment assign- 
ments relating to men's lacrosse, 
track & field, soccer and baseball. 
Youngstrom attended the University 
of Iowa He worked for the St. Louis 
Cardinals of the NFL and with the 
Arena Football League prior to join- 
ing the Maryland staff 

Ron Fulton and John Bowie over- 
see the Cole Field House equipment 
room, coordinating the daily issu- 
ance and cleaning needs of seven 
varsity sports. 

Fulton is entering his 22nd year 
in the Maryland equipment room. 
After spending 15 years with Macke 
Corporation on campus, he was 
hired as equipment manager in 
1972 After 16 years m charge. 
Fulton retired and now works part 
time. 

Bowie is starting his fourth year 
with the program. While he also as- 
sists with football, his main respon- 
sibility is overseeing the Cole Field 
House equipment room, coordinating 
basketball, volleyball, field hockey 
and lacrosse equipment. He is a 
1976 graduate of Bowie State 
University. 




The Terrapin Equipment Staff: (left to right) Eric Youngstrom; Ron Ohringer, Head Manager; Ron Fulton; John Bowie. 



141 



GROUNDS STAFF 

Keeping Maryland's seven 
intercollegiate athletic fields 
playable is the responsibility of the 
Grounds Staff. William "Bunk" 
Carter and Bill Reinohl work to see 
that all Maryland athletes compete 
on fields that are well kept, 
consistent in quality and that meet 
all playing standards. 

Carter, the Head Groundskeeper, 
has worked at Maryland for the last 
32 years. He has spent his entire 
career caring for the athletic playing 
fields. Carter has worked for five 
athletic directors and eight football 
coaches. He has seen the Terps win 
six Atlantic Coast Conference 
Championships and play in 12 
bowls. 



Reinohl is in his 15th year on the 
staff, his 11th as a full-time 
employee. He first began working on 
the playing fields as a student in 
1979 and was hired full-time in 1983. 
He earned a B.S. degree in agronomy 
1987 and a second B.S. degree in 
conservation/resource development 
1983, both from Maryland. Reinohl is 
an accomplished lecturer giving 
speeches regarding his fields of 
study. 

The grounds staff provides 
maintenance for six natural grass 
fields and one artificial turf facility. 
Their work mcludes a fertilization/ 
herbicide program, pamting and 
stenciling fields for the various 
sports, stadium cleanup and upkeep 
and field renovation. 




As the plaque located between the No. 1 and No. 10 tee boxes 
indicates, the Maryland Golf Course was built with monies 
derived from the football programs success. 




Maryland history is made as The Terrapin is hoisted onto its Byrd Stadium pedestal for the first time on September 5, 1992. 




A full Byrd Stadium, with the Tyser Tower overlooking all. 



142 



Terrapin Club, M Club 



Terrapin Club, M Club combine 115 years of scholar athlete support into single mission 



Two traditional graduate arms of Maryland Athletics, representing friends and alumni of 
athletics for a combined 115 years, are joining forces to meet the extraordinary needs of 
today's student-athlete. The Terrapin Club/Maryland Educational Foundation, which for 
46 years has been raising scholarship monies, and the M Club, the alumni letterwinners 
support group for 69 years, will now have common gift-giving levels and goal support of 
Maryland's 23 sport program. 




TERRAPIN CLUB 




LJ B 



The Terrapin Club/Maryland Educational Foundation The M Club 



The Maryland Educational Foundation was founded on July 1, 
1946, at the urging of Clark Shaugnessy, the football coach. The 
social segment of the organization, the Terrapin Club, was founded 
later that year. 

The membership started with 132 friends of Maryland athletics 
each donating $100 for scholarships and an additional $25 for social 
dues. The early years featured philanthropic support for Terrapin 
scholarships, which were partly supported by athletic department 
revenues. What was an informal orgnaization giving much needed 
help to Maryland athletics became an integral part of the budget 
process with the soaring costs of intercollegiate athletics in the 
1970s. Now most scholarship revenues for Terrapin student athletes 
come from the Maryland Educational Foundation. In 1991-92, 
$1.5 million was raised by the M.E.F. from 3,250 members. 



Like so many other worthy projects at the University, the M Club 
had Dr. H.C. "Curley" Byrd on board at the start as the club's first 
president in 1923. Byrd was putting the finishing touches on the 
first Byrd Stadium complex built along U.S. 1, down campus from 
the present stadium, and monies were needed to fill needs beyond 
bricks and mortar. The present University of Maryland at College 
Park was formed in 1920, and Byrd was finally getting the athletic 
complex he had desired for years. The M Club was formed to meet 
the needs of a bigger, larger athletic department, to supply support 
for the student-athlete now that a new complex was built. The same 
philosophy drives the M Club today as it provides support for 
student-athletes through its 1250 active members at a time when 
facilties are being built, and additional funds area priority. 



The Terrapin Club, one of the fastest growing booster clubs in the country, and the M Club, alumni letterwinners supporting the student 
athlete, invite friends of Maryland to make a commitment. 



The Terrapin Club 

P.O. Box 295 

College Park, Md. 20741 



The M Club 
P.O. Box 273 
College Park, Md. 20741 





The Spirit: Cheryl Sollars, Michelle Murphy, Kristen Murphy, Gina Meawad, Mikki Scarlotta. 



The Maryland Spirit epitomizes The Spirit of Maryland 



The Maryland Spirit for Football is a volunteer organization of 
men and women students who demonstrate their pride in the 
University by supporting the Terrapins with assistance in recruit- 
ing, public relations and football office functions. 

The Spirit begins the 1993-94 Red Hot football season with an 
expanded program. Each member commits to contribute service 
hours around their academic schedules, utilizing their personal 
skills and abilities. 

The athletic department and football program benefits greatly 
from the attitudes and personal experiences of the Spirit. The 
membership includes sons and daughters of Terrapin Club 



members, the campus teaching staff, and coaching alumni. 
Demonstrating a dedication to the community, Maryland Spriit 
members can be found serving as role models for youth in health 
and charitable organizations. 

Officers for the 1993-94 school year are Michelle Murphy, 
coordinator; Gina Meawad, coordinator; Mikki Scarlotta, secretary- 
treasurer. Returning members include Kanika Clay, Jennifer 
Donnelly, Shana Myers, Rosie Reese, Pauline Sulley, Kristen 
Murphy, Kleanthis (Ike) Karavangelos, Christy Maier, Eduardo 
(Eddie) Paredes, Peter Thornberg and Cheryl Sollars. 



Team Security 



Food Service 






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Cpl. William Conaway 
Campus Police 



Cpl. David Ertnis 
Campus Police 



1st Sgt. Joe Pruitt 
State Police 



Larry Donnelly 
Dining Services 



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Duff What's New in College Park 

stuff s 




College of Business and Management: 
"The Maryland Business School" 



The entrance to the 

Tyser Auditorium 

at the Business School. 




METRO comes to College Park in December, 1993, allowing the 
campus access to the entire Washington region. 




The National Archives moves into its new $206 million 
building in 1993. 




Crank it up! 



/Duff Measuring sheer strength and 
stuff the heart of the student-athlete 



Strength coaches Dave Ungerer and Dwight Gait are 
after more than mega-numbers in the squat, clean 
and bench press. To present their case they created 
the Iron Terps, the elite product of a year of improve- 
ments in the Terrapin conditioning program. 

Utilizing the Strength Index (Totals from the three 
lifts divided by the student-athlete's body weight) 
presents a more accurate picture of a student- 
athlete's strength level. Instead of the heaviest stu- 
dent-athlete necessarily producing the largest num- 
ber, all student-athletes may receive superior recogni- 
tion. The Strength Index allows all student-athletes to 
compete for the ultimate player development award: 
IRON TERR 



The Iron Terps for 1993 



wt. 

Mark Sturdivant DL 256 

Rich Roberts WR 163 

Jonathan Grant ILB 238 

Jamie Bragg C 282 

Jade Dubis OG 281 

Erick Wood ILB 219 

Tim Brown ILB 204 

Vernon Boyd DB 189 

Steve Ingram OT 293 

Eugene Gray OLB 209 



Total Lift 
1343 pounds 

1049 pounds 
1272 pounds 
1338 pounds 
1313 pounds 
1214 pounds 
1158 pounds 
1084 pounds 
1274 pounds 
1144 pounds 



Str Index 
712 

705 
695 
692 
681 
674 
668 
654 
651 
650 



Records in the weight room, too 

The Terps in the weight room did what the Maryland 
offense did on the field this past season: Break a load 
of school records, 24 in all. 

Jamie Bragg, record for OL, 358 clean 

Jamie Bragg, record for OL, 362 bench 

Jamie Bragg, record for OL, 4.71 in 40 yard dash 

Darren Colvin, record for DE, 652 squat 

Jaime Flores, Tyrone Simpson, and Chris Abrahams 

record for DE, 308 clean 
Al Wallace, record for DE, 4.67 in 40 yard dash 
Eugene Gray, record for LB, 637 squat 
Eugene Gray, record for LB, 4.58 in 40 yard dash 
Eugene Gray, record for LB, 34" vertical jump 




Ron Reagan, record for DB, 312 clean 

Mike Lacy, record for DB, 4.34 in 40 yard dash 

Doug Burnett, record for RB, 602 squat 

Kameron Williams, record for RB, 317 clean 

Mark Mason, record for RB, 4.37 in 40 yard dash 

Rich Roberts record for WR, 510 squat 

Russ Weaver, record for WR, 505 clean 

Nick Annan, record for WR, 345 bench 

Jermaine Lewis, record for WR, 4.26 in 40 yard dash 

Richie Harris, record for WR, 39" vertical jump 

Dee Reed, record for QB, 485 squat 

Dave Mike, record for QB, 250 clean 

Dee Reed, record for QB, 352 bench 

Dave Mike, record for QB, 33.5" vertical jump 



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Stretch it out! 



Duff Beyond heart, the numbers 

stuff * 



Beyond the Strength Index and the record book, 
Maryland is showing great improvement in virtually 
every measurement of conditioning. 





Fall '91 


Spr '92 


Fall '92 


Spr '93 


Squat 


430.93 


459.41 


466.85 


472.23 


Power clean 


223.35 


247.21 


259.78 


262.43 


Bench press 


288.80 


304.48 


310.48 


293.77 


Total 


857.50 


877.39 


883.17 


918.18 


Strength Index 


599.19 


576.26 


578.31 


585.78 


Vertical jump 


28.35 


28.63 


28.24 


28.70 


40 yard sprint 


4.996 


4.959 


4.946 


4.918 





'Know Yourselves, men! 



Duff An insistence on doing well 

stuff 8 



There is an insistence 
in the Maryland foot- 
ball program that stu- 
dent-athletes get a 
degree in a career field 
that will enhance their 
life after College Park. 
The insistence is under- 
lined by Coach Mark 
Duffner and his staff, by 
the athletic administra- 
tion of Andy Geiger, and 
by the Academic Support 
Unit of the Department of 
Athletics. 

Dr. Javaune Adams- 
Gaston, educator and 
clinical psychologist, is 
the Director of Athletic 
Student Services. She 
oversees the student-ath- 
lete's educational and 
medical well-being by 
her management of the 
Academic Support Unit 
and the Athletic 
Medicine support staff. 



Towards a student-ath- 
lete's development, ASU 
provides 

• Personal academic 
assessment 

• Academic advising and 
counseling 

■ Supervised study 
« Learning and study 
skills programs 

• Computer training and 
usage 

« Group and individual 
tutoring 

• Career mentoring 

• Summer intemshi 



A 1978 graduate of the 
University of Dubuque 
with a B.S. in biology, 
psychology and general 
sciences, she earned her 
Master's degree in 
Clinical Psychology from 
Loras College in 1980 
and her Ph.D in 
Counseling Psychology 
from Iowa State in 1983. 

Dr. Adams-Gaston reg- 
ularly provides time for 
individual student-ath- 
letes as educational advi- 
sor and counselor. Her 
hands-on approach 
extends to a thorough 
series of seminars she 
and her staff hold that 
train the student-athlete 
in pertinent education 
beyond the classroom. 
Seminars cover time 
management, study 
skills, stress manage- 
ment, motivation, drug 
education, career plan- 
ning and vocational men- 
torship. The school year 
begins for newly recruit- 
ed student-athletes with 
not only an academic ori- 
entation program, but 
also a seminar on inter- 
acting with the news 
media by nationally 
known expert Kathleen 
Hessert. 

Assisting Dr. Adams- 
Gaston are three experi- 
enced assistant directors. 

Elizabeth Friedman 
begins her third year as a 




Dr. Javaune Adams-Gaston, 
Director of Student Support 
Services lor Athletics, directs 
programs that touch all 
aspects of a student-athlete's 
life. 



full-time athletic depart- 
ment employee after four 
years of assisting stu- 
dent-athletes on a part- 
time basis in the ASU. A 
native of Rockville, Md., 
and a graduate of College 
Park, she coordinates the 
Academic Support Unit's 
satisfactory progress 
monitoring system for all 
athletes, and works daily 
with the football team in 
all aspects of academic 
support. The monitoring 
system is effective 
because of the full com- 
munication between the 
ASU staff, the faculty, 
and student-athletes. 

Eleanor Green is 
beginning her fifth year 
with the University and 
her third with the ASU. A 
native of Morgantown, 
W.Va., Green earned her 
Bachelor's degree in 



social work in 1983 and 
her Master's degree in 
counseling in 1988 from 
West Virginia University. 
She coordinates the flow 
of paperwork concerning 
student-athlete eligibili- 
ty, and handles the acad- 
emic counseling and 
monitoring of eight Terp 
sports teams, including 
men's and women's bas- 
ketball. Green also coor- 
dinates an in-depth ori- 
entation program before 
the fall semester. 

Don Pearman is in his 
second year at College 
Park, but his experience 
in the University System 
numbers four years. He 
formerly was program 
director of the Meirhoff 
Scholarships at the 
University of Maryland at 
Baltimore County cam- 
pus. A model program of 
minority recruitment in 
the fields of math and 
science, the Meirhoff pro- 
gram is widely emulated. 
In the ASU, Pearman is 
responsible for post- 
graduate scholarship 
endeavors, the unit's 
tutorial program, and he 
monitors six Varsity 
sports and football. 

Pearman, a native of 
Brooklyn, N.Y., received 
both his Bachelor's 
degree in sociology and 
his Master's degree in 
counseling from St. 
Lawrence University. 



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'Great Focus, great focus, great focus! 



Duff 
stuff 



The acronym, START 
FAST (Student 
Athlete Resource 
Tactics— Freshman 
Athlete Scholastic 
Training), means the 
Academic Support Unit is 
on top of the needs of 
every student-athlete 
who enters Maryland. An 
orientation program 
especially designed for 
incoming freshmen and 
transfers, START FAST 
makes the transition to 
Maryland user-friendly. 
START FAST directs 
the efforts and expertise 
of the coaches, the acad- 
emic and development 
staff, and campus faculty 
and administrators 
towards the successful 
inclusion of the student- 
athlete into the 
University community 



A good start, a FAST start 




n Hessert: master communicator 



The program allows the 
newcomer to balance his 
dual role of academics 
and athletics in an unfa- 
miliar environment. 
START FAST builds and 
improves student-athlete 
study skills, and provides 
the opportunity to 
explore personal devel- 
opment issues. 

Although the ASU 
coordinates START FAST, 
coaches participate daily 
in its execution; and 





Liz Friedman counsels the football team, and here. Co-Captain 
Mark Sturdivant, in the new Academic Support suite of Cole Field 
House 



Eleanor Green, brings years of 
experience in the Maryland 
system to the counseling table. 

campus faculty and staff 
provide expertise on a 
rainbow of pertinent top- 
ics. Student-athletes are 
taught organizational 
skills which include note 
taking, time manage- 
ment, pro-active plan- 
ning, learning strategies, 
test-taking, and writing 
skills. 

Student-athletes pre- 
pare a FAST Notebook 
which includes daily pri- 
ority lists and summaries 
of each day's class lec- 
tures. The Notebook is 
reviewed daily, and has 
proven an invaluable 
resource in time manage- 
ment for the new stu- 
dent-athlete. 



1992-93 




Football GPA 




3.0 or better Spring Semester 


1 Chnstopher B. Abrahams 




Darryl A. Adams 


3.666 


Kevin Ailine 


4.000 


Shawn D. Bartley 


3.666 


Vemon R. Boyd 


3.000 


Chadwick F. Carlton 


3.600 


Doug F Catherman 


3.181 


Douglas E Charland 


3.333 


Joseph A. Cooper 


4000 


Jaime I. Flores 


3.176 


Eugene A Gray 


3.000 


David M Hack 


3.250 


Corey M. Holobetz 


3.800 


Kenneth A Lytle 


3.800 


Thomas A. Marchese 


3.454 


David V. Marrone 


3131 


Patrick J. Norton 


3.454 


Ronald P. Reagan 


3.250 


Sergio A. Roach 


3.000 


Michael T. S 


3.000 


Brent H Shrode 


3.166 


John P. Sisler 


3.200 


Brett M. Stevenson 


3888 


Mark D Sturdivant 


3.200 


David M. Terranova 


3.750 


John F. T< 


3.000 


Chad E. Wiestling 


3.000 


Enck D Wood 


3.461 





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Don Pearman's expertise 
includes seeing that worthy 
athletes continue on their edu- 
cation beyond College Park. 



17 



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». ^jDuff AH the reporters know 


^df stuff 


where this 


; media market is 












eight significant televi- 






sion news outlets within 






35 miles of a campus. 






And Washington has an 








additional 24 hour all- 








news television station. 










■ NBC, ABC, and CBS 


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also maintain their own 
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like BET (Black 
Entertainment Network) 












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are headquartered here. 






In radio, each major net- 






work has a Washington 






bureau, and Mutual 


^Competitive excellence 
V/leads to media atten- 


Maryland's post game 


from Byrd Stadium. No 


Radio, NBC Radio and 


press conferences are 


matter where you live, 


National Public Radio are 


tion. In the 


held in the large 


USA Today informs its 


headquartered in the 


Washington/Baltimore 


Football Complex con- 


readers about the 


Metropolitan region. 


metropolitan market, the 


ference area, and are 


Metropolitan area. 




fourth largest in the 


telecast to both media 




■ One of the Associated 


nation, that means notice 


and guests of the 


■ Almost 1,000 periodi- 


Press's largest news 


in one of the three major 


University in the Tyser 


cals and magazines are 


bureaus is in 


media centers in the 


Tower. 


published in the 


Washington, as is its 


United States. 




Metropolitan area. 


radio division. Bureaus 


Maryland has the press 


■ Within the 




are maintained by the 


faculties to match the 


Metropolitan market, 


■ Every major network- 


New York Times and 


importance of the media 


two of the nation's top 


NBC, ABC, CBS and 


every leading news ser- 


market. A new $3.4 mil- 


ten newspapers, the 


Fox— has a major news 


vice. International news 


lion dollar press box, the 


Washington Post and 


gathering affiliate in both 


organizations like 


Tyser Tower, can seat 


Baltimore Sun, cover the 


Washington and 


Reuters cover Maryland 


200 print media on its 


Terrapins extensively. 


Baltimore. No major mar- 


events, and countless 


third level, and on the 




ket in the East can boast 


news organizations and 


fourth level are state-of- 


■ The nation's newspa- 




networks from around 


the-art facilities for tele- 


per, USA Today, is 




the world have bureaus 


vision and radio. 


headquartered 20 miles 




in Washington. 



18 



No sitting on your hands! 



Duff 
'stuff 





mhere's no sense sit- 
1 ting around in the 
Washington-Baltimore 
Metropolitan area. 
Sports, recreation, sight- 
ing, the arts— no area 

i e diversity than 
Mational Capital Area 
the country sur- 
mdingthe 
lesapeake Bay. 



■ Washington is located 
just over three miles from 
Byrd Stadium. The 

>nal Capital's major 
otions are within 10 
miles. Making the trip 
•r starting in the 
winter of 1993, is the 

val of the Metro Rail 
System in College Park. 
Within easy walking dis- 
tance of campus, or 
accessible by campus 
shuttle, the station will 
allow easy access to 
Washington, Suburban 
Maryland, and Northern 
Virginia. The Metro is 
one of the most modern 
transportation networks 
anywhere. 

■ Baltimore is located 35 
miles north of the 
College Park campus. Its 
rejuvenation as an urban 
center is unprecedented: 
The Inner Harbor, its 
National Aquarium and 
tall ships, and th^iear- 



A great place to visit, 

and to stay for an education 




The State Capital, Annapolis 

by Orioles Park at 
Camden Yards create an 
exciting, vibrant, holiday 
atmosphere in a city that 
boasts one of the world's 
great sea ports. The 
heart of Maryland, the 
Chesapeake Bay, is 20 
miles from campus, and 
the state capital, 
Annapolis, is 30 miles. 

■ Washington and 
Baltimore may be 
reached easily from any- 
where in the U.S., and 
the World. USAir, which 
is headquartered in the 
Metropolitan area, uses 
Baltimore/Washington 
International Airport as a 
hub. Both BWI and Dulles 
Airport, which is a hub 



for United Airlines, are 
international airports, 
capable of providing ser- 
vice to any continent. 
College Park is 10 min- 
utes from the Amtrak 
Northeastern Corridor 
and frequent train ser- 
vice up and down the 
East Coast. 



■ Media Center, 
Transportation Center, 
Government Center: the 
parts of the Metropolitan 
region add-up to a center 
for business and indus- 
try. 




The National Aquarium 



19 



'Be the best you can be! 






/Duff | Maryland is choosing quality 

stuff 



These are great days at 
the University of 
Maryland at College 
Park. The University, 
through an act of the 
state legislature, has 
been designated officially 
as the state's flagship 
campus with a mandate 
to become one of the 
nation's leading public 
universities. 

The University is com- 
mitted to providing stu- 
dents with the best edu- 
cation possible. To help 
the new student get off 
to a solid start, the 
University has initiated a 
program called First Year 
Focus. 

■ First Year Focus 
ensures that students 
become acquainted with 
the campus's most 
important resource— the 
faculty. The program pro- 
vides new students with 
the opportunity to study 
with members of the fac- 
ulty in small classes. 
Students may have sev- 
eral such classes at 
Maryland, but every first 
year student will be 
assured of having at least 
one. 

■ The University has 
established a pilot pro- 
gram called Connections: 
Course Clusters, which 
enables first year stu- 
dents to enroll in a vari- 
ety of thematically relat- 



m * 



ed courses, supplement- 
ed by a one credit linking 
seminar. Course Clusters 
not only allow students 
to examine a given sub- 
ject from a variety of dis- 
ciplinary perspectives, 
but it also gives them the 
opportunity to develop a 
network of friends and 
study partners. 
■ The University invites 
all students to participate 
in the First Year Kick Off, 
a series of lectures and 
performances by leading 
scholars and artists dur- 
ing the first weeks of the 
fall semester. These spe- 
cial events offer the 
College Park community 
an opportunity to hear 



some of the world's best 
speakers and most tal- 
ented artists, and to 
bring students and facul- 
ty together. 

The faculty have 
enthusiastically endorsed 
a new general education 
program that began in 
the fall of 1990. It is a 
blueprint for comprehen- 
sive changes in the 
undergraduate experi- 
ence at Maryland. The 
campus is reducing 
undergraduate enroll- 
ment, improving the ratio 
between faculty and stu- 
dents, raising admissions 
standards, revamping the 
University Honors 
Program, strengthening 



the advising system, sup- 
porting expanded under- 
graduate research, and 
encouraging innovations 
in teaching. 

We invite you to take a 
closer look at the 
University of Maryland, 
its extensive academic 
programs, faculty, 
research facilities, stu- 
dent activities and sup- 
port services, and the 
resources and opportuni- 
ties it offers. See for your- 
self the number of differ- 
ent ways in which 
Maryland is choosing 
quality. There has never 
been a better time to 
choose Maryland. 



20 



Today's Terp Day! 



Duff 
stuff 



TJniversity of 
Maryland at College 
mts the very 
tents and facul- 
; among the top 
10 universities in the 
n research 
iwments and fund- 
The faculty at 
College Park consists of 
scholars and experts in 
virtually every field, as 
well as Pulitzer Prize 
winners, Guggenheim 
Fellows and recipients of 
the National Medal of 
Science. College Park 
professors have pio- 
neered the use of lasers 
in the operating room, 
written the definitive 
biography of William 
Shakespeare, and found- 
ed an internationally 
acclaimed campus chor- 
us. 




Choosing excellence 




Each member of the 
faculty demonstrates a 
strong commitment to 
teaching. In fact, all fac- 
ulty are evaluated annu- 
ally by students. 
Professors at College 
Park will challenge you 
to think, to question, to 
explore and to discover. 
In many classes, stu- 
dents are able to work 
side-by-side with profes- 
sors on projects of mutu- 
al interest. And the 
University's ratio is as 
low as that at many 
smaller colleges. 




South Campus Dining Hall training table 




21 



Be sharp, be sharp, be sharp! 




Duff 
stuff 



3 miles are all that sepa- 
rate a College Park 
student from 
Washington, D.C. The 
Washington monument is 
less than 10 miles away. 

24 flavors of our own 
homemade ice cream, 
from our own home- 
grown cows, are avail- 
able at the Campus Dairy 
in the Turner Building on 
Route 1 next to the 
Visitor Center. 

25 locations on campus 
provide 446 PCs, plus 
CAD terminals and other 
computer-driven tools for 
study or research. 



Choosing by the numbers 



35 miles separate the 
College Park student 
from Baltimore and the 
Inner Harbor, one of the 
great riverfronts in the 
world. 

78 RPM (rubs per minute) 
is the record high for one 
of College Park's oldest 
traditions. It happens 
during exams, and before 
football games, when 
hopeful students give 
Testudo and his Byrd 
Stadium twin rubs for 
good luck. 

117 undergraduate 
majors are available at 
College Park. 




186 stately columns 
grace the Georgian archi- 
tecture of our major 
buildings, among them 
35 residence halls provid- 
ing rooms, suites, or 
apartments for 8,000 
campus residents. 

325 classrooms and la- 
boratories set the stage 
for learning; courses in 
110 different major fields 
of study offer choices and 
specializations for every 
interest. 

586 student-athletes par- 
ticipate at the NCAA 
level at College Park. 

$591 million was the 
University's operating 
budget in 1992-93; 
included was financial 
aid for some 21,639 stu- 
dents. 

1589 acres of trees, malls, 
and quiet comers make 
this campus a beautiful 
retreat and a self-con- 
tained city. With 300 
buildings, four theatres, 
nine restaurants, banks, 
shops and recreation 
facilities, the College 
Park campus is a lively 
and cosmopolitan com- 
munity. 

8,521 graduate students 
attended Maryland in 
1992-1993. 




21,799 undergraduates 
attended Maryland in 
1992-93. Undergraduate 
enrollment was reduced 
20% over the past five 
years to allow College 
Park to fill its role as the 
flagship University of the 
State of Maryland. 

3,000,000 books, journals 
and magazines support 
students and research in 
College Park's library 
system. 

4,600,000 items are on 
microfilm format in the 
campus libraries. 



22 



Great hustle, men, great hustle! 



Duff 
'stuff 



Just after the American 
Revolution, the state 
of Maryland established 
its first two colleges at 
Chestertown and 
Annapolis. By the 1850s, 
at least 30 little colleges 
had sprung-up over the 
state, many with state 
support, but many of 
them disappearing with- 
in a few years. Then in 
1859 a different kind of 
institution appeared at 
College Park— the 
Maryland Agricultural 
College— the third such 
college in the world, cre- 
ated mainly for farmers' 
sons. The college was 
established by Charles 
Benedict Calvert, a 
wealthy planter from 
nearby Riversdale— now 
Riverdale— and later a 
congressman. Calvert 
built a handsome Gothic 
dormitory-classroom 
structure located in a 
grove of trees near the 
present Morrill Hall, and 
he divided the land down 
the Baltimore- 
Washington Turnpike 
into small plots where 
each of the 50-or-so stu- 
dents experimented with 
a different crop. After the 
Civil War the institution 
became a land-grant col- 
lege, with small appropri- 
ations from Washii^rton. 




Choosing a home 

where much has gone before 



The little college began 
to grow about 1900 when 
agricultural experiments 
began to bring prosperity 
to Maryland, and when 
the college expanded its 
offerings into engineer- 
ing, business and the lib- 
eral arts. In 1912 the old 
Gothic building burned, 
and the state provided 
modern structures. 
Women were admitted to 
the campus, and gradu- 
ate work began. In 1920 
the college combined 
with the long established 
professional schools of 
Baltimore and changed 
its name to the 
University of Maryland. 
Growth accelerated after 
1935 when the politically 
astute football coach, 
H.C. "Curley" Byrd, 
became president, added 
scores of new programs, 



and won national football 
championships. In the 
1950s and 1960s 
President Wilson H. 
Elkins maintained the 
rapid growth, and 
College Park became one 
of the largest campuses 



in the nation. President 
Elkins, a Rhodes Scholar, 
transformed the institu- 
tion's public image to one 
of high academic integri- 
ty. In the 1970s and 
1980s the University's 
graduate and research 
programs flourished. In 
1988 the General 
Assembly of Maryland 
combined six state col- 
leges with the five cam- 
puses of the University of 
Maryland, and specifical- 
ly charged College Park 
with the role of leader- 
ship in the revamped 
system. 




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No one walks but the mailman 



(Mnntt) of Maryland 
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Paint Branch Drive 



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Ready to win! 



Duff 
stuff 



Directions 

to Byrd Stadium 

From Baltimore and north 

1-95 south to Exit 25, College 
Park/US. Route One south. After 
approximately one mile exit off of 
U.S. Route 1 onto Maryland Route 
193 West. Go two traffic lights to 
Stadium Drive. Make left turn and 
refurbished Byrd Stadium is 
straight ahead. 
From 

Baltimore/Washington 
International Airport 
1-495 west to 1-95 south. Travel to 
Exit 25, and follow above direc- 
tions to historic Byrd Stadium. 
From Washington 
National Airport 
1-395 north until it terminates at 
New York Ave. Right on New 
York Ave. until 

Baltimore/Washington Parkway 
north (Maryland Route 295). Exit 
at Greenbelt Road (Maryland 
Route 193 West) and follow until 
Stadium Dnve. Left on Stadium 
Drive and you'U immediately see 
Byrd Stadium's Tyser Tower. 
From Dulles 
International Airport 
Dulles Toll Road to 1-495 east. 
Follow signs on Beltway, exit at 
College Park/US. Route 1 South 
(Exit 25). Exit Maryland Route 193 
west to Stadium Drive (second 
light). Left at light and Byrd 
Stadium and its Football Complex 
are straight ahead. 
From Washington and west 
1-495 north and east until Exit 25 
College Park/US. Route 1. After 
approximately one mile exit off of 
U.S. Route 1 south exit onto 
Maryland Route 193 west. Left at 
second traffic light (Stadium 
Drive). 

From Washington/ 
Richmond and south 
1-95 north to Exit 25 College 
Park/US. Route 1 south. After 
approximately one mile ex* onto 
Maryland Route 193 west and go 
two traffic lights to Stadium 
Drive.