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MARYLAND FOOTBALL 1994 



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About the campus 

Flagship campus of Maryland's 
11 institution system, College 
Park offers 98 undergraduate 
majors, 82 master's pro- 
grams, and 68 doctoral 
programs in the 
University's 13 schools 
and colleges. 
Maryland College 
Park is one of only 30 
public research uni- 
versities that belong 
m to the prestigious 58 
member Association of 
American Universities. 
It is the only public institu- 
tion in the Maryland — 
District of Columbia area with 
membership in the nation's 
most distinguished honor 
society, Phi Beta Kappa. 

Maryland College Park is clas- 
sified as a Research- 1 university 
by the Carnegie Foundation by 
virtue of the range of its bac- 
calaureate programs, the 
amount of federal support 
received, and the number of 
doctoral degrees awarded each 
year. The University shares that 
honor with the top research 
universities in the country. 

Among public universities in 
the Association of American 
Universities, College Park ranks 
first in the percentage of 
African American undergradu- 
ate students. In addition, the 
university has the largest num- 
ber of African American and 
other minority faculty members 
among its peers. 



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Welcome 1 

The University in the Park 
frames the perfect football 
Saturday. 

Happy campers 

in the Park 2 

Game Day at Maryland: The 
State Flag leading the Terrapins 
on to the field after they touch 
Testudo's nose for good luck; 
long bombs on the field and 
long tables of food as part of a 
tailgating extravaganza; Terp 
faithful cheering loudly and a 
cannon roaring after a score; 
marching bands and cheerlead- 
ers and a pom pon line. 
Terrapin Game Day is what's 
best about football. 

Park Headquarters . . .4 

So much is new about football's 
home in the Park. $20 million 
was spent in the past three 
years on construction and stadi- 
um up-grades. State-of-the-art 
locker rooms, strength and con- 
ditioning and sports medicine 
areas, are already m place. 

Park Stadium 6 

The 90's thus far saw Byrd 
Stadium's concrete bowl and 
seating redone, a new press 
box, concession stands and rest 
areas installed. More is on the 
way. 

Park Experts 8 

Over 50 offensive school records 
set in two years, and nine 
Atlantic Coast Conference 
marks — The staff directing the 
explosion in the Park is a 
resourceful one, working with a 
young team that promises to 
get better and better. 

Park Standards 9 

The Terrapin offense set 26 
school records a year ago. Only 
one other time in school history 
have offensive numbers been 
posted like 1993's— in 1992, 
Mark Duffner's first year. Wide 
receivers Jermaine Lewis and 
Russ Weaver, Quarterback Scott 
Milanovich and Running Back 
Allen Williams are returnees 
who over ran Park Standards. 

Park Mountains 10 

The Park has its mountams — 
formed inside the 7.500 square 
foot strength and conditioning 
area. Nature takes it course by 
combining goal-oriented enthu- 
siasm and the best weight 
training facilities. 



Park Paragons 12 

The list of those acquiring fame 
beyond the borders of the Park 
continues to grow. Randy 
White, as good a defensive tack- 
le as any to play the game, and 
Terrapin quarterbacks, lots of 
them, earned notice on other 
fields 

Park Animal Life 14 

He runs the sidelines, and he's 
a furry Terrapin: he's Testudo, 
King of the Park. 

Park Monuments ... .15 

He sits on a red brick throne 
and he's bronzed: he's Testudo, 
King of the Park 

Park Colors, Flag . . .16 

If you live in Maryland, you live 
under The Flag. If you compete 
in the Park, you play under it. 

University 

in the Park 17 

A history of the University, in 
its 136th year as an educational 
mecca, is recounted. Two 
important additions to the quali- 
ty of campus life are highlight- 
ed—the $206 million National 
Archives, within site of Byrd 
Stadium, and the College Park 
Metro Station. 

University 

in the Park 18 

Team Maryland is the nation's 
only academically sanctioned 
student/athlete outreach group. 
The community benefits from 
Terrapin role models. 

University 

in the Park 19 

First Year Focus makes College 
Park user-friendly for the new- 
comer. 

Park Academic 
Support 20-21 

Overlookmg the Football 
Complex is the Academic 
Support Unit. Located between 
the Complex and much of cam- 
pus, it's at the center of a stu- 
dent/athlete's life. 

Surrounding 

the Park 22-23 

The Park was founded almost 
150 years ago. Since then some 
attractions have grown around 
it: Washington, Baltimore and 
Annapolis. The Chesapeake has 
always been there. 

Park Map IBC 




Mark Sturdivant reflects the 
pleasure of graduation from 
Maryland. The 1993 football 
co-captain represents the 
Maryland community ser- 
vice and academic success 
story. A member of Team 
Maryland, a group of stu- 
dent/athletes who go into 
the community to speak to 
school children as role mod- 
els, Sturdivant won both 
Atlantic Coast Conference 
and College Football 
Association community ser- 
vice awards. He is one of 
the 1994 graduates who 
contributed to Maryland's 
inclusion as one of 20 
schools on the CFA Honor 
Roll for having a graduation 
rate of over 70 percent. 



The University in the Park 



The University 

■ was founded in 1859. 

■ was called Maryland Agricultural College at its founding. 

■ was renamed in 1920. College Park is the flagship 
campus of the University of Maryland system 

The Location 

■ College Park, Md. 
The President 

■ is Dr. William E. Kirwan 
The Conference 

■ is Atlantic Coast 

Maryland is one of four Atlantic Coast Conference schools holding 
membership in the Association of American Universities. The oth- 
ers are Duke, North Carolina and Virginia. 
The Faculty Representative 

■ is Dr. Betty Smith 
The Nickname 

■ is the Terrapms 
The Stadium 

■ is Byrd (42,000, constructed 1950) 
The Colors 

■ are red, white, black and gold 
(The colors of the state flag) 

The Enrollment 

■ is 19,340 (undergraduate). 

■ is from all 50 states, and 
110 countries. 

The Male/Female Student Ratio 

■ is 1/1. 
The Faculty/Student Ratio 

U is 14/1. 
The Campus Resident Halls 

m 7,000 students m 44 halls 
The Campus Location 

■ is three miles above the Washington. D.C. city line. 35 miles 
south of Baltimore, and 30 miles west from the State Capital, 
Annapolis, and the Chesapeake Bay. 

The Campus Acreage 

■ is 1,589, and the grounds contain 300 buildings. 
The Campus Architecture 

■ is Georgian. Buildings are constructed of Williamsburg-style 
brick and the trademarks of the architecture are the 186 stately 
columns that front the main buildings. 

The Athletic Department 

■ supports 24 varsity sports, and its administrative 
offices are situated in Cole Field House (301-314-7075) 







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Happy Campers in the Park 

Some campers paint their faces red and white. 
Some stay up all night and cook so that no guest is 
hungry at game time. A few campers play their 
musical instruments while marching in uniform to 
the game. Campers with rhythm dance while tail- 
gating to Oldies; other campers dress-up like a 
Terrapin. Some play touch football just to get in 
the mood; others get in the mood by recalling 
what once was on previous game days. 

The fans have come by the millions 
over 102 autumns, converting College 
Park into Football Park when the 
Terrapins are at home. Game day is 
about sunshine (almost always) and 
barbecues, families in mini-vans and 
alumni in recreational vehicles and 
pre-game parties. And it's about 
Atlantic Coast Conference foot- 
ball, which won its second 
national championship in four 
years in 1993, and about the 
best in opponents — 
Maryland according to USA 
Today played the nation's 
toughest schedule a year ago. 

Byrd Stadium was nearly always 
full a year ago; back-to-back home 
games were sold out for the first 
time in a decade. Against the back-drop 
of Maryland vs. the best, Coach Mark 
Duffner's team again went on a record- 
setting offensive spree (In two years 
Maryland has set 53 school records). 




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"I'm delighted and proud to be a part of football traditions that have grown 
over the decades in College Park. Not the least of which is the tradition of 
winning at Maryland. We've done the work to get better the past two years: 
We've set in motion a Red Storm of an offense and our recruiting programs 
have ranked among the nation's best. We've gone a long way towards 
attracting the kind of student/athlete into our program that will make us 
hard-working winners. 

"The centerpiece of Football in the Park is Byrd Stadium, as handsome and 
functional a stadium as there is in the country. $20 million was spent in the 
first three years of the 90's to make Byrd Stadium the best. 

"Maryland is putting its commitment front and center in making football a 
success. I'm committed to doing what it takes. To do less would not be in 
the Maryland tradition." 



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Mark Duffner 

Football Coach 




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Park 
Headquarters 

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 con- 
structed in Byrd 
Stadium's east end. 
Construction of Park foot- 
ball headquarters com- 
pleted Stage One of Byrd 
refurbishment; in all $20 
million 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, the Tyser Tower. 





Imaginative. 

The 46,000 square foot 
football complex, 
designed by H.O.K. 
Architects of Kansas City, 
(which also designed 
Orioles Park at Camden 
Yards), combines football 
function with imaginative 
design. Athletes make 
their conditioning home 
in the 7,000 square foot 
strength and conditioning 



area under skylights that 
reveal 35,000 pounds of 
work out machinery. 
Each player has a double 
locker — and a footlocker. 
On the second floor, 
every coach's office over- 
looks Byrd Stadium 
through oversized win- 
dows. A Terrapin Terrace 
surrounds the second 
floor offices for outdoor 
functions. 





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Park 
Headquarters 

Practical. 

The layout of the 
ground floor allows easy 
access from strength and 
conditioning to oversized 
locker room to medical 
facilities to equipment 
areas. The locker rooms, 
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 interconnecting, 
and feature state-of-the- 
art audio-visual equip- 
ment. Special snag-free 
carpeting was installed in 
the locker area which 
also features a player's 
lounge. 




Convenient. 

The Football Complex 
is within walking dis- 
tance of dorms and din- 
ing areas, and is situated 
in the midst of campus 
life. Both the practice 
fields and Byrd Stadium's 
turf are immediately out- 
side the locker room door, 
or near-by. The steps 
leading 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 football stage is 
set for winning. 











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Stadium 
in the Park 

Born in 1950, 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 con- 
tains football offices, lock- 
ers, equipment and med- 
ical 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 build- 
ing is just under 40 feet 
from the east end. 

Just beyond that end 
line sits the new 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 
decades 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 environ- 
mentally less costly alu- 
minum sheathed benches. 

The old concession 
stands on the south side, 
a slice of stadium architec- 
ture sentimentally pleas- 
ing to those who remem- 
ber their first visit to a 
football game, but prone 




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-molded Calvert # 103 brick that matches the 
Williamsburg-style brick used on most of College 
Park's 335 buildings. The brick gives the contempo- 
rary architecture a timeless veneer, and unity with 
College Park's traditional Georgian look. 



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 for- 
mal 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. Containing five tiers, 
it is a 90 foot high, 160 
foot long, mostly-enclosed 
structure. The total spent 
on the 1990-1991 construc- 
tion was $13.2 million; 
$3.4 million was spent on 
Tyser Tower. 

The first level contains 
entrances at opposite 
ends for two elevators 



that service the building. 
Sitting between these 
support areas are 300 
exterior luxury seats. 
Occupants enjoy the elec- 
tric air of the crowd, but 
inherit the benefits of 
heated seating and a roof 



to ward off inclement 
weather. 

The second level con- 
tains the Hospitality Suite 
with theater-type seating, 
and a large hospitality 
and food preparation 
area. Both sides of the 
press box — facing the 
field and facing the cam- 
pus — have glass walls 
allowing for a bright inte- 
rior and spacious feeling. 
The weekly football press 
luncheon is held here. 

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

The fourth level is a mix 
of television and radio 
booths, coaches booths, 
and rooms for game man- 
agement and invited 
guests. 

The fifth level is a photo 
deck that has on its exte- 
rior a representation of 
the ubiquitous Testudo 
looking down on the field 
of play. 
The Maryland Partnership 

The $20.0 million spent 




Byrd Stadium in 1950. 



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from 1991 to 1993 is 
being followed this 
autumn by funding to 
complete new concession 
stands and rest rooms on 
the west and north ends 
of the stadium, and the 
double-decking of the sta- 
dium's North Stands. 

Maryland's architectur- 
al athletic revival is fund- 
ed 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 champi- 
onship football and men's 
and women's lacrosse 
teams (the Terps won the 
Women's NCAA Lacrosse 
Championship m 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 great- 
est high hurdler in history, 
Renaldo Nehemiah, per- 
formed his wonders. 

Last Spring, Byrd host- 
ed the NCAA Women's 
Lacrosse Championship 
and the Men's NCAA 
Lacrosse Championship 
for a second straight 
year. The 1994 men's 
championships attracted 
over 60,000 fans and 
broke every attendance 
record, records which had 
been established in Byrd 
Stadium during 1989 and 
1993 championships. 

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 coach- 
ing 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 
University President. His 
vision gave College Park 
preeminence among 
Eastern campus sports 
facilities for decades, and 
the impetus for the 
Terrapin's to win more 
Atlantic Coast Conference 
championships than any 
league school. 

With on-going refur- 
bishment, the stadium 
capacity is at 42,000. 
Starting this fall, all 
bleachers at the top of 
the stadium bowl will be 
removed, and the North 
Side will have an upper- 
deck. When this project is 
complete the seating will 
be 48,000. 

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



1920: The first Byrd Stadium 
was constructed along what 
is now U.S. 1 (Baltimore 
Boulevard). Raising the funds 
for construction was the foot- 
ball coach at the newly 
named University of 
Maryland, Curley Byrd. Byrd 
was coach under all three 
names the University was 
known as this century — 
Maryland Agricultural 
College. Maryland State 
College, and its present 
name. The stadium played 
host to most home football 
games, along with Baltimore 
Memorial Stadium and 
Griffith Stadium in the 
District, for three decades. 

1950: Byrd Stadium, at the 
foot of the campus's North Hill 
was completed. A home field 
school record 43,836 fans wit- 
nessed a victory over tradi- 
tional rival Navy in the open- 
ing game, September 30. The 
original capacity was 34,680. 
Putting temporary bleachers 
and in the end zone boosted 



The first Byrd Stadium, 
which sat along Route 1 
where fraternity row is 
now, was opened in 
1922. Seating 7,000, it 
served as Maryland's 
football home until 1950 
when the second Byrd 
Stadium was built. 
Washington's Griffith 
Stadium was also home 
during that period. 

around the top rim of the stadium 
the capacity to 50,000. 

1952: Maryland had but three home games; the cost of season 
tickets ranged from $11.25 to $35.75. 

1953: Byrd hosted the National Championship Team. 

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

1974: Bear Bryant returned to College Park with his Number 
Three ranked Alabama Crimson Tide on September 14. 
Temporary bleachers were installed for the second time in sta- 
dium history to accommodate 54,412, the largest crowd until 
that time at Byrd. Alabama won, 21-16. Later in 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. wit- 
nessed 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-sea- 
son by Sport Magazine, set the all-time high attendance record, 
averaging 51,546 for six home game. 

1990: Construction was begun following the last home football 
game of the season against Wake Forest (Oct. 13) on the first 
major athletic construction on campus in 35 years. The Byrd 
Stadium refurbishment is the first major construction done at 
Maryland College Park without the oversight of Curley Byrd. 

1992: The Terrapin was placed in the east end zone, to be 
touched by all Terrapin competitors for good luck. 



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The reservoir of coaching expertise is deep. Of nine assistant coaches, seven 
were offensive or defensive coordinators before coming to College Park. Another 
was a successful head collegiate coach. Uniting the staff is Mark Duffner, who 
was a Division One defensive coordinator at 23 years of age. The record shatter- 
ing of the Maryland record book is no accident. The Football Staff: (Front row) 
Inside linebackers coach Mel Foels, defensive line coach Cliff Schwenke, defen- 
sive coordinator Kevin Coyle, head coach Mark Duffner, offensive coordinator 
Dan Dorazio, quarterback coach Rob Spence, receivers coach Vincent White. 
(Second row) video coach Todd Hobin, football administrator R. D. Helt, outside 
linebackers coach Peter McCarty, graduate assistant Daryl Jones, running 
backs/special teams coach Dave Ungerer, tight ends coach/receiving coordinator 
Jim Miceli. 



Park Standards 
Overrun 

Twenty seven school 
records were broken 
in 1992. What to do for an 
encore? Rewrite the 
record book all over again 
in 1993: Set 26 new 
records. The roll call 
(some marks were broken 
more than once): 

The North Carolina 
Game September 1 1 

■ Most individual com- 
pletions in a game, 34, 

Scott Milanovich. Old 
mark, 32, John Kaleo vs. 
Virginia, 1992. 

■ Most individual TDs 
responsible for in a 
game (tie), 6, Scott 
Milanovich, (five pass, 
one run). Old mark, six, 
by John Kaleo vs. 
Clemson, 1992. 

■ Most individual TD 
passes in a game (tie), 5, 
Scott Milanovich. Old 
mark, five, by John Kaleo 
vs. Clemson, 1992. 

■ Most individual TD 
passes in back-to-back 
games (tie), 7, Scott 
Milanovich, vs. Virginia 
(2) and North Carolina (5). 
Old mark, seven, by John 
Kaleo vs. Florida State 
and Clemson, 1992. 

■ Longest non-scoring 
pass play: 78 yards, Scott 
Milanovich to Jermaine 
Lewis. 

■ Most points scored in 
a game by both teams , 
101 (59-42). Old mark, 90, 
Penn State (63) and 
Maryland (27) in 1971; 
Florida State (69) and 
Maryland (21) in 1992. 



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The West Virginia Game 
September 18 

■ Most individual com- 
pletions in a game, 35, 

Scott Milanovich. Old 
mark, 34, Scott 
Milanovich vs. North 
Carolina, 1993. 

■ Most team comple- 
tions in a game (tie), 36, 
Scott Milanovich and Dee 
Reed. Old mark, 36, Scott 
Zolak and Jim Sandwich, 
vs. Michigan, 1990. 

■ Most individual TD 
passes in a game (tie): 5, 
Scott Milanovich. Old 
mark, five, by Milanovich 
vs. North Carolina, 1993, 
and by John Kaleo, vs. 
Clemson, 1992. 

■ Most individual TD 
passes in back-to-back 
games, 10, Scott 
Milanovich. Old mark, 
seven, by Milanovich vs. 
Virginia and North 
Carolina, 1993, and by 
John Kaleo, vs. Florida 
State and Clemson, 1992. 
(Also an ACC Record.) 

■ Most individual total 
offense yards in a game, 
451, Scott Milanovich. Old 
mark, 424, by John Kaleo 
vs. Duke, 1992. 

■ Most individual TD 
receptions in a game 
(tie), 3, Jermaine Lewis. 
Ties James Milling vs. 
North Carolina, 1986. 

■ Most team passing 
yards in a game, 471. Old 
mark, 418, Maryland vs. 
Clemson 1992. 

■ Most team first downs 
passing in a game (tie), 
19. Previously set vs. 
Perm State, 1992. 

■ Most individual pass- 
ing yards in a game, 451, 



Scott Milanovich. Old 
mark, 418, by John Kaleo 
vs. Clemson, 1992. 

The Virginia Tech Game 
September 25 

■ Most individual pass- 
ing yards in a game, 498, 

Scott Milanovich. Old 
mark, 451, Milanovich vs. 
West Virginia, Sept. 18. 

■ Most team passing 
yards in a game, 498. 
Old mark, 471, vs. West 
Virginia, Sept. 18. 

■ Most individual total 
offense yards in a game, 
516, Scott Milanovich. Old 
mark, 451 yards, Scott 
Milanovich vs. West 
Virginia, Sept. 25. 

■ Most TD passes in three 
consecutive games, 14, 
Scott Milanovich, vs. North 
Carolina, West Virginia, 
and Virginia Tech. 

(Also an ACC Record.) 

The Penn State Game 
October 2 

■ Most individual yards 
gained on kickoff 
returns, 182, Allen 
Williams. Old mark, 159 
yards, Raphael Wall, vs. 
Penn State, 1991. 

The Duke Game 
October 16 

■ Most TD passes 
thrown in a season (tie), 
18, Scott Milanovich. Old 
mark, 18, by Boomer 
Esiason, 1983. 

■ Most 100 yard games 
receiving in a season 
(tie), five, Jermaine 
Lewis, vs. Duke. Old 
mark, Marcus Badgett, 
five, 1992. 



The Florida State Game 
November 6 

■ Most TD passes 
thrown in a season, 20, 

Scott Milanovich, Old 
mark, 18 by Milanovich, 
and Boomer Esiason, 1983 

■ Most TDs responsible 
for in a season, 22, Scott 
Milanovich. Old mark, 21 
by Alan Pastrana, 1966. 
The N.C. State Game 
November 13 

■ Best individual and 
team punting average in 
a game, 52.7 yards, Scott 
Milanovich (4 punts for 
211 yards); in the 1956 
Orange Bowl vs. 
Oklahoma, Lynn Beightol 
punted for a 53.0 avg. for 
three punts. 

The Wake Forest Game 
November 20 

■ Most individual com- 
pletions in a game, 37, 

Scott Milanovich. Old 
mark, 35, by Milanovich 
vs. West Virginia. 

■ Most individual pass- 
ing yards in a season, 
3,499, Scott Milanovich. 
Old mark, John Kaleo, 
1992, 3,392 yards. 

■ Best individual com- 
pletion percentage in a 
season, .647, Scott 
Milanovich. Old mark, 
Neil O'Donnell, .599, 
1988. 

■ Best team completion 
percentage in a season, 
.639. Old mark, .619, 
1984. 

■ Most individual TD 
passes in a game (tie), 5, 
Scott Milanovich. Third 
time for Milanovich. 

■ Most individual recep- 
tions in a game (tie), 14, 
Russ Weaver. Previously 




set by Frank Wycheck, 
vs. Virginia Tech, 1990. 

■ Most individual TD 
passes in a season, 26, 
Scott Milanovich. 
(Also an ACC Record. 
Milanovich's mark broken 
later in season by oppo- 
nent.) 

■ Most individual TDs 
responsible for in a sea- 
son, 29, Scott Milanovich. 

■ Most consecutive 
games, team and indi- 
vidual, over 400 yards 
passing, five. 

■ Best pass efficiency 
rating in a season, 143.3 
Scott Milanovich. 

■ Best individual punt- 
ing average in a season, 
43.8, Scott Milanovich. 
Old mark, 43.7, Bill 
Walker, 1955. 

■ Best team punting 
average in a season, 42.8 
yards. Old mark, 42.6, 
1974. 



FOOTBALL 




IN THE PARK 



Park Mountains 

The strength of 
iron goes into these 
Terps 

The physical prepara- 
tion of a student/athlete 
to compete in football has 
developed into a critical 
component of the pro- 
gram. Emphasis is put 
into the field of strength 
and conditioning at the 
University of Maryland to 
enhance performance as 
well as prevent injuries. 
Strength coaches Dwight 
Gait, Mike Gerber and 
Evan Marcus employ a 
program that is geared 
towards maximizing ath- 
letic development. The 
Strength and 
Conditioning staff makes 
every attempt to accom- 
modate the different 
training needs of each 
individual athlete. 

The Maryland football 
team works on a struc- 
tured weight training 
program for 47 weeks out 
of the year, with the five 
non-training weeks 
strategically placed to 
promote recovery. The 
goals of the weight pro- 
gram are not only to 
increase strength and 
prevent injuries, but also 
to develop explosive 
power. Explosive power 
is a critical ingredient in 
the sport of football. 




The support of the weight coaches like Mike Gerber 
is constant — and up close. 



The preparation of a 
student-athlete to com- 
pete in football goes 
beyond weight lifting. 
Speed improvement, plyo- 
metrics, agility and condi- 
tioning are areas of train- 
ing that receive a great 
deal of attention. The 
Maryland Strength and 
Conditioning staff goes to 
great lengths to improve 
the speed of the Terps 
through reduction of 
mechanical inefficiencies, 
and the improvement of 
acceleration that is so 
vital in football. 

The Terp football play- 
ers are fortunate to train 
in one of the premier 
weight training facilities 
in the country. The 
Maryland Football 
Complex Weight Room 
features 7,200 sguare feet 
of space that holds 
advanced training equip- 
ment which caters to the 
specific needs of football. 



A main component in this 
facility is the free weight 
equipment, including ten 
mammoth power racks, 
Olympic platforms, and 
11 tons of free weights. 
State-of-the-Art elec- 
trolyzed and plate loaded 
equipment further give 
the student/athlete the 
chance to better them- 
selves. 

Outstanding perfor- 
mance in the weight 
room is recognized twice 
a year with the awarding 
of the prestigious Iron 
Terp Award. Players who 



Weight coach Evan Marcus 
provides encouragement. 




Director Dwight Gait is 
on hand for conditioning 
counseling for all inter- 
ested student/athletes. 




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FOOTBALL 




IN THE PARK 




Park Mountains 



IRON TERPS 

Team Test Comparison Averages 





1992 


1993 


1994 


Squat 


459.410 


472.230 


481.960 


Clean 


247.210 


262.430 


275.640 


Bench Press 


304.480 


293.770 


307.260 


Total 


877.390 


918.180 


1067.860 


Strength Index* 


576.260 


585.780 


603.350 


Vertical Jump 


28.630 


28.700 


29.530 


40 Yard Dash 


4.959 


4.918 


4.871 



'The strength index is an indicator of how strong an 
athlete is when their body weight is taken into consid- 
eration. This allows the comparison of bigger athlete 
with smaller athlete. The index is achieved by multi- 
plying an athlete's total weight lifted by a coefficient 
related to his weight. 




achieve a strength of 650 
and above are included in 
this elite club. The 
Strength Index is derived 
by multiplying the total 
weight lifted with a coef- 
ficient based on body 
weight. That allows ath- 
letes with different body 
weights to compete for 
recognition as the 
strongest players in the 
program. 







1994 IRON TERPS 








Pos. 


wt. 


Clean 


Bench 


Squat 


Total 


Index 


Allen Williams 


RB 


200 


330 


315 


710 


1355 


789 


Doug Burnett 


RB 


193 


275 


345 


625 


1245 


741 


Jamie Bragg 


OL 


283 


374 


415 


635 


1424 


736 


Tim Brown 


ILB 


219 


264 


385 


640 


1289 


716 


Stephen Ingram 


OL 


299 


336 


355 


625 


1366 


695 


Richard Roberts 


WR 


163 


264 


285 


475 


1024 


688 


Aaron Henne 


DL 


281 


352 


335 


595 


1282 


664 



11 



I I 



FOOTBALL 



Park Paragons 

Randy White changed the way 
defensive tackle is played 



He was not a classic, 
bull-strong wall of gran- 
ite, with mobility to 
match. He was no light- 
footed 235-pounder who 
used his quickness to 
defeat stronger players. 

Randy White was a 
bull-strong, 6-4, 263 
pound wall of granite 
who moved more quickly 
than any 235 pound line- 
man. He moved not only 
as fast as his physical 
gifts allowed, but his 



quickness was fueled, 
too, by the competitive- 
ness of a bull mad at the 
world. 

For his singular contri- 
butions to football, and 
for his ingenuity in 
changing the way a posi- 
tion is played, White 
enjoys a rare double in 
1994: admission to the 
College Football Hall of 
Fame and to the NFL Pro 
Football Hall of Fame. 



At Thomas McKean 

High School, Wilmington, Delaware 

■ High School All-America and All-State fullback 

At Maryland: 

■ 1971: Defensive lineman and fullback for frosh 
team, ran ball five times for 57 yards 

■ 1972: Letter winner in defensive line, starter 

■ 1973: Associated Press First Team All-America. 

■ All-Atlantic Coast Conference 

■ Associated Press National Lineman of the Week 

■ Co-Winner, Delaware Athlete of the Year. 

■ 1974: Consensus All- America 

■ Outland Trophy Winner (nation's outstanding 
interior lineman) 

■ Lombardi Trophy Winner (college football's 
lineman of the year) 

■ Atlantic Coast Conference Player of the Year 

■ All-Atlantic Coast Conference 

■ Winner, Delaware Athlete of the Year 

At Dallas: 

■ Played 14 years for the Cowboys 

■ Named to the Pro Bowl nine times, including a 
club-record eight straight selections. 

■ Selected NFL Defensive Lineman of the 
Year in 1982 

■ In 1977, his first full year of starting after the 
Cowboys had tried to make a middle linebacker 
out of him, he was co-MVP of the Super Bowl. 

■ Recorded 111 sacks in his career, and 1,088 
tackles; both totals are the second highest in 
club history. 




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FOOTBALL 




IN THE PARK 



Park Paragons 

No college program is producing 
more NFL quarterbacks 



Scott Milanovich's assault 
on the Maryland and 
Atlantic Coast 
Conference record books 
a year ago is in a great 
tradition of Terrapin 
quarterbacks. 

Six played in the NFL in 
1993: Boomer Esiason, 
NY. Jets; Stan Gelbaugh, 
Seattle Seahawks; Neil 
O'Donnell, Pittsburgh 
Steelers; Frank Reich, 
Buffalo Bills; Mike Tice, 
Minnesota Vikings; and 
Scott Zolak, New England 
Patriots. 

Although each has had 
moments of glory as pro- 
fessionals — Neil O'Donnell 
led the Steelers to the 
playoffs two straight 
years and Stan Gelbaugh 
was player of the year in 
the NFL sponsored World 
League of Football — Frank 
Reich and Boomer Esiason 
have garnered the most 
recent attention. 

Reich is better at come- 
backs than any one in 
football history, college or 
professional. He led 
Maryland to the greatest 
comeback in collegiate 
history on November 10, 
1984; on January 3, 1993, 
he led Buffalo to the 
greatest comeback in 
NFL history. 

Nine years ago, 
Maryland was down, 31- 
0, at half-time to defend- 
ing National Champion 
Miami. No one in football 
history had overcome so 
large a deficit. Maryland 
and Reich did. He com- 
pleted 12 of 15 passes for 



260 yards and three TDs 
in the second half, pro- 
pelling the Terps to a 42- 
20 victory. 

In 1993, Reich led the 
Bills to the greatest 
comeback in pro football 
history. Down 35-3 early 
in the second half, Reich 
threw for a career high 
289 yards and four TDs. 

Esiason's comeback 
last year was among the 
individual highlights of 
the NFL season. Traded 
to the New York Jets 
from the Cincinnati 
Bengals, the former AFC 
Player of the Year rejuve- 
nated the Jets. But he 
will be most remembered 
for the crusade against 
Cystic Fibrosis he 
launched in the wake of 
his young son's diagnosis 
with the disease. 



During the 1993 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 
N.Y. Jets 
Buffalo 
Seattle 
Pittsburgh 
New England 



Terp Passing 

2,052 yds. (1978-80) 



6,184 yds. 
1,704 yds. 
3,611 yds. 
4,989 yds. 
3,125 yds. 



(1981-83) 
(1983-84) 
(1984-85) 
(1987-89) 
(1989-90) 




Mike Tice 



Boomer Esiason 




Stan Gelbaugh 



Neil O'Donnell 



Scott Zolac 




Scott Milanovich (13) and 
Kevin Foley (22) throw for 
big numbers behind the 
ultimate park guards. 



Frank Reich's syle is cool and 
effective — the proof is his come- 
back history, better than anyone 
who ever played the game. 



13 



FOOTBALL 



Park Animal Life 

Tale of the Top Shell 

Testudo is a 
Diamondback turtle. Like 
some other famous per- 
sonages born into the 
Depression of the 1930s, 
the derivation of his name 
is cloudy. But it is likely 
that his moniker is 
derived from the scientific 
classification for turtle 
(testudines). Or the top 
turtle could be named 
after testudo gigantia, a 
species native to the 
African nation of 
Seychelles and one of its 
remote islands, Aldabra. 
Or the name could have 
come from a dictionary 
definition that says the 
word, testudo, was 
derived from the Latin 
and meant a shelter held 
over the head of Roman 
soldiers — like a tortoise 
shell. These explanations 
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 intimi- 
dating mascots — Wildcats, 
Tigers, Devils, Wolves, 
Bears — thought up over a 
half-century of intercolle- 
giate competition. 
Maryland College Park 
was consolidated from dif- 
ferent state schools in 
1920 to form the base of 
today's wide-ranging 
state system, and the 
remodeled Maryland 
needed a flag carrier to do 
battle with Wahoos, Lions 
and Generals. 

Dr. H.C. Byrd, a football 




The furry Terrapin mascot has roamed the Byrd 
Stadium sideline for two decades. 



coach who later became 
University President, rec- 
ommended the 
Diamondback as mascot 
in 1932 in response to the 
student newspaper's 
search for an "official" 
leader. Byrd's childhood 
in Crisfield, Md., appar- 
ently included skirmishes 
with this brand of snap- 
ping 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 
graduation gift, Testudo's 



family was in to stay. 
Maryland had been 
referring to itself as Old 
Liners, yet another 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 
distinguished themselves 
on the field of battle, or 
they feel it could refer to a 
squabble with 
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 year- 
book and Student 
Government Association 
chipped-in. Edwin C. 
Mayo, Class of '04 and a 
former quarterback, 
donated at cost the 300 
pound bronzed beauty as 
President of Gorham 
Manufacturing in 
Providence, RI. Robert J. 
Hill cast the inspired 
sculpture accomplished 
by company artist 
Aristide Cianfrani. 
Further turtleization came 
when the student year- 
book, The Reveille, 
became The Terrapin in 
1935. Newspapers, even 
then exploring every 
angle, shortened Terrapin 
to Terp for headline writ- 
ing 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 leg- 
end. 

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 col- 
ors. 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 turtle and his 
troops, they practiced 



14 



FOOTBALL 




IN THE PARK 



emotional blackmail, and 
kidnapped 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, 
opponents painted illegiti- 
mate JH's or GW's or V's 
or NC's on his nest. A riot 
took place when Johns 
Hopkins students kid- 
napped the handsome 
reptile in 1947; 200 police 
were called to the 
Baltimore campus to con- 
trol the justified anger of 
College Park students. 
Two years later, the nifty 
shelled crusader was 
found on the lawn of a 
Virginia (The University) 
fraternity house, whose 
occupants smugly called 
President 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 in front of the Byrd 
Stadium football 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. Acting as 
guardian to waves of Terp 



competitors, the national 
football championship 
came, as did several ACC 
titles in the 1950s. His 
popularity among the stu- 
dents might have been 
the undoing of success, 
however. When McKeldin 
Library was constructed 
in the middle of campus, 
the student body demand- 
ed Testudo's full-time 
presence in the center of 
day-to-day activities. 
Testudo had gone far 
beyond being just a sym- 
bol for athletics. He was a 
campus symbol. Students 
carefully 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, foot- 
ball did have a downturn 
in the 1960s with Testudo 
absent. In the 1970s, 






. ft 
- n.i 





The Terrapin first overlooked the Byrd playing field 
in 1992. 



All who pass by the 
Terrapin, and want good 
luck, touch the nose. 



when a costumed Testudo 
started to roam the side- 
line, success was return- 
ing. The furry Testudo 
reigned over unrivaled 
ACC football prowess, 
and sent Terps out to the 
four corners of the football 
world for bowls and inter- 
sectional 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 congre- 
gates around the bronze 
Terrapin, and then all 
touch his nose for good 
luck. 

Joel Meisner Co. of 
Farmingdale, N.Y., creat- 
ed the twin. Two men 
spent two days in June of 
1992 pouring a rubberized 
material over Testudo as 
it sat in front of McKeldin 
Library, followed by a 
wax mold on top. After a 
day to let the molds set, 
the wax was broken and 
easily removed. The rub- 
ber mold, which actually 
recreated Testudo, was 
painstakingly peeled 
away from the bronze and 
taken back to Meisner' s 
factory where the twin 



was created using the 
Lost Wax method. 

While Testudo was 
being recreated in front of 
McKeldin, the research 
library was undergoing 
extensive refurbishment. 
As part of the new interi- 
or and exterior McKeldin 
received, the beast guard- 
ing its front doors, the 
original Testudo, was 
given a new pedestal and 
his bronze coat was 
cleaned. The Class of '33, 
which created Testudo in 
the first place, used its 
60th reunion to dedicate 
the rejuvenated campus 
symbol. 

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 rib- 
bon was tied to the can- 
vas covering the statue. 
The Diamondback moved 
forward, and revealed the 
splendor of his larger, 
bronzed brother. But no 
one rushed the smaller 
Diamondback in his 
duties. All in attendance 
were true believers who 
knew what many unfaith- 
ful have discovered about 
Terrapins. They bite. 



15 



FOOTBALL 




IN THE PARK 



Park Colors, Flag 



Mark Duffner's 
favorite color is 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 to 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 official 
school color. Before every 
football game alumnus 
Craig Dameron leads 
Maryland onto the field of 
play carrying the distinc- 
tive Maryland flag, just as 
he has for the past 19 
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. 



16 



Terpages 



Dedication to a University Son 

Dr. Jack Faber died in January. It was 
a cold and bitter ice storm that marked 
his memorial service. The weather told 
what kind ot day it was lor Maryland. 

Jack Faber was chairman of the 
University's Microbiology Department, 
one of the great lacrosse coaches in 
collegiate history, twice Maryland head 
football coach, ACC Faculty Represen- 
tative, athletic administrator, coach of 
numerous other sports at College Park, 
and successful mentor to hundreds of 
doctoral students, student athletes and 
coaches. 

Jack Faber sat in the press box for every football game. 
Fortunately, we honored the man who gave the University seven 
decades of his life last November at the Duke Homecoming game. 

We could not have honored him enough. 




Maryland Sports 
Information 

The media is welcome at Maryland 
Sports lnformaton will do its very best 
to service you 

The Director is Herb Hartnett 
(Home 410-730-8834), in his seventh 
year at Maryland. He is the prime 
football contact with joe blair. Herb is 
in his 26th year of sports information, 
having been SID at the University of 
Pennsylvania from 1977 to 1988, and an 
assistant there from 1969 to 1977. 

Football Publicist Emeritus joe blair 
(Home 301-589-6883) came to the 
University in 1950, and served as 
Sports Information Director for 12 
years joe then became PR director for 
the Washington Redskins for 21 years 
before returning to his present role in 
1983 He has serviced well the likes of 
Jim Tatum, Vince Lombardi and 
George Allen 

Heidi McGuigan (Home 
410-799-2573) is editor of the Terrapin 
Game Day football program, and enters 
her second year at Maryland as 
Assistant Director. Heidi is the prime 
contact for women's basketball. She 
was the assistant director in sports 
information at Holy Cross for six years 
before coming to College Park 

Chuck Walsh (Home 301-890-9671) 
is in his 10th year at Maryland as both 
a student and Assistant Sports 
Information director Chuck is the 
prime contact for men's basketball, and 
for anyone who wants an answer about 
Maryland sports. 24 hours a day, seven 
days a week. 

Vanessa Abell (Home 301-725-8099) 
is the office administrator, and is in her 
third year at Maryland She was 
employed in the James Madison 
University Athletic Department as an 
undergraduate. 



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, Charlie Guillette of 
Colonial Lithograph, Attleboro, 
Mass., and Dave Pfeiffer of Presstar 
Printing, Silver Spring, Md. Written 
and edited by Hartnett, Chuck 
Walsh, Heidi McGuigan and joe f. 
blair. Additional help came from 
Tod Seidel and John Consou. 
Vanessa Abell and Neal Eskrn also 
contributed. Photographs are by 
Lisa Helfert, Athletics Department 
Photographer, Katie Zemhelt, and 
John Consou of the University's 
Creative Services. Also by Larry 
Crouse, Supervisor of Photo 
Services for the University; Brian 
Lewis; and Mitchell Leyton. The 
cover photos was taken by Lisa 
Helfert Inside covers photography 
by Consoh and Helfert. This 
book was printed by Colonial 
Lithograph. Attleboro, Mass. 
Charlie Guillette, Cathy La Salandra 
and Dave Redding and staff. It was 
accomplished with the considerable 
help of the University's Paula 
Mandelman. 



The University 

Terplace 

The University . (Cream pages 17-19) 

Campus Map (inside back cover) 

Directions, Hotels 3 

Terpresident 
Campus Administration, 
Regents 142 

Terpilot 
Athletic Administrators 143 

Terprominent 
Athletic Department Directory 141 

Terphilanthropy 
Terrapin Club, M Club 147 

Terpundits 
Television, Radio 132 

Terp Watchers 
The Media 131 

1994 

The Terps 

Message from President 

Kirwan 3 

Terportraits 

Mark Duffner 4 

Assistants, Staff 7-13 

Terplayers 

Alphabetical Roster 16-17 

Recruits Roster 17 

Numerical Roster 18 

Terphonics 
Pronunciation 18 

Terprofiles 

Player bio's 20-54 

Depth 15 

Captams 20-21 

Honors Candidates 22-26 

Terprospects 
Freshman players 54-56 

Terpcare 
Medical Staff 144 

Terpads 
Equipment, Grounds 145-146 

Terpscholar 
Academic Support 

(Cream pages 20-21) 

Terpower 
Strength & Conditioning 

(Cream pages 10-11) 

Terplaudits 
The Spirit 148 

The Opponents 

Terprotagonists 

Duke 58 

Florida State 58 

West Virginia 59 

Wake Forest 59 

Clemson 60 

North Carolina 60 

Georgia Tech 61 

Tulane 61 

N.C. State 62 

Virginia 62 

Syracuse 63 



1993 (2-9, 2-6 ACC) 

Terplayback 

Season Notes 19 

Virginia 68 

North Carolina 69 

West Virginia 70 

Virginia Tech 71 

Perm State 72 

Georgia Tech 73 

Duke 74 

Clemson 75 

Florida State 76 

N.C. State 77 

Wake Forest 78 

Season Stats 63-65 

1892-1993 

Terplayers 

Letterwinners 79-84 

Terpassages 

Year-by-Year Record 85 

35 Coaches and Their Records 85 

Won-Loss With Opponents 86 

Results of 1 .003 Games 87-94 

Terpacesetters 
Season Rushing, Scormg Leaders. 96 

Season K/P Return Leaders 97 

Season Passing Leaders 98 

Season Receiving Leaders 99 

Season Tackles, Interceptions .... 100 
Last Time In A Game 107 

Terprolific 

Team Records 101 

Individual Records 104 

Top Smgle Game Efforts 108 

Top Season Efforts 110 

Top Career Efforts 112 

Terprizes 

Team Awards 114 

Coaches Awards 115 

All-Amenca 116 

Terpros 
Pro Football Alumni 118 

Terparadigms 

National Award Winners 120 

Hall of Fame 95 

Terprecision 

Terp Bowls. 1948 and 1950 121 

Terp Bowls, 1952 and 1954 122 

Terp Bowls. 1956 and 1973 123 

Terp Bowls, 1974 and 1975 124 

Terp Bowls, 1977 and 1977 125 

Terp Bowls, 1978 and 1980 126 

Terp Bowls, 1982 and 1983 127 

Terp Bowls, 1984 and 1985 128 

Terp Bowls, 1990 129 

Ranked Terps 129-130 

The Atlantic Coast 
Conference 

Terps in the ACC 
A history, bowl alliance, 

superlatives 134 

1953 and 1955 Champions 135 

1974 and 1975 Champions 136 

1976 and 1983 Champions 137 

1984 and 1985 Champions 138 

All-ACC 139 



Terprotocol 



Welcome to Maryland 



Interview policies 

During the preseason 

The best time to interview 
coaches or players is following the 
morning workout at approximately 
11:30 am. Sports information 
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 approximately 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 watch pre-season 
practices for the first hour. The media 
is also welcome to eat lunch at the 
team dining facility at mid-day to 
accomplish feature interviews with 
coach or player. 

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



During the season 

All interview requests for 
student-athletes should be directed 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 stones in the Visiting 
Coaches Locker Room. 

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 numbers 
will not be distributed. 

Sundays, Coach Duffner is 
available for telephone interviews 
between 4 and 4:45 p.m. 

Mondays 

This is a day off for the 
student/athletes. Interview requests 
should be made by Sunday evening 
to sports information for any player 
interview The best time to call 
Coach Duffner m his offices is 
between 1 and 1:30 

Tuesdays 

The joe f. blair media luncheon 
and salad bar is held on the second 
floor of the Byrd Stadium press box 
(Tyser Tower) at Noon. Coach 
Duffner is featured along with video 
replays of the important plays 
m the previous week's game. 
Student-athlete interviews occur after 
the luncheon m the Visiting Team 
Locker Room of the Football 
Complex. 

Wednesdays and 
Thursdays 

Student-athletes are available at 
the Visiting Team Lockers before 
practice from approximately 1:15, 
when they are taped, to 2 p.m. when 
team meetings begin. Longer 



The fourth annual joe blair Media Golf Outmg and Picnic is scheduled for 
August 2 at the University of Maryland Golf Course, joe hosts the 
Washington/Baltimore media in a scramble 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 m 
each foursome. 

July 23-25: Atlantic Coast Conference Football Kickoff 

at the Saddlewood Resort, Tampa, Fla. 

August 2: joe blair Media Golf Outing and Picnic 

August 9: Freshmen report 

August 10-13: Onentation for freshmen 

August 1 1 : Varsity reports 

August 12: Press & Photo Day 1:00-2:30 

August 13: First Practice 

August 17: First day in pads 

August 18-19: Atlantic Coast Conference Football Media Tour 

August 31: First lay of classes 

September 3: Visit l 




interview requests are welcome at 
the team dining facility after practice 
at approximately 6:45 p.m. 

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

Coach Duffner is available at the 
Football Complex for interviews 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 Wednesday 

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. 
The coordinates: Satellite Galaxy 7, 
Channel 16 (G7, Channel 16). On 
September 25: Galaxy 7, Channel 18. 

The Atlantic Coast Conference 
hosts a Media Teleconference 
featuring the rune league head 
coaches. The first coach is 
interviewed at 11 a.m., and the 
sequence of interview is by 
alphabetical order by school. Coach 
Duffner is interviewed at 11:40 a.m. 
The access number is 703-276-4310. 

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. 

Credentials should be ordered by 
letter or FAX two weeks before the 
game is played. Vanessa Abell 
(301-314-7064) is the media 
coordinator for passes. She mans 
Will Call at Ticket Wmdow Six on 
Game Day; it is located right m front 
of the Byrd Box. 

Press parking passes are honored 
m 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 credentials. 
A sports information coordinator will 
be on the field with flips and some 
food for half-time No one. including 
photographers, is allowed m 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 Bell Atlantic 
(301-852-4540). 

Food service is available for 
media on the third level. University 
Dining Services serves food fme 
enough to deserve a meal ticket, 
which is attached to all press 
credentials Food service is available 
one hour before kick-off 



Terprotocol 




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 Hall of Fame 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 
Strength and Conditioning area 
which is near 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 wrrap-up of the game is 
available on the Terphone 
(301-314-TERP). 



Hotels near Byrd Stadium 

On campus -University College Conference Center (301-985-7310) 

Greenbelt Marriott (301-441-3700) 

Best Western Maryland Inn in College Park (301-474-2800) 

Greenbelt Holiday Inn (301-982-7000) 

College Park Holiday Inn (301-345-6700) 

Park View Inn College Park (301-441-8110) 

Directions to Byrd Stadium: 

From Baltimore and North: Interstate 95 south to Exit 25, College 
Park/US. Route One South. After approximately one mile exit off of U.S. 
1 onto Maryland Route 193 West. Go two traffic lights to Stadium 
Dnve. Make a left turn and Byrd Stadium is straight ahead. 

From Baltimore/Washington International Airport: Interstate 195 West 
to Interstate 95 South. Travel to Exit 25 and follow above directions to 
Byid Stadium. 

From Washington National Airport: Interstate 395 North until it 
terminates at New York Ave. Right onto New York Avenue and exit to 
Baltimore Washington Parkway (Maryland Route 295). Exit at 
Greenbelt Road (Maryland Route 193 West) and follow three miles until 
Stadium Drive. 

From Washington/Richmond and South: Interstate 95 North until exit 
25 College Park/U.S. Route One South. Take above directions to Byrd 
Stadium 

From Dulles International Airport and West: Dulles Toll Road to 
interstate 495 East. Take Beltway, which will change to Interstate 95 
South, for approximately 25 minutes to Exit 25. Take above directions 
to Byrd Stadium. 




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. This university enjoys a long 
and proud history of excellence in 
intercollegiate athletics. Under the 
leadership of Coach Duffner and his 
fme staff, this year's football season 
promises to be one of our most 
exciting. 

Having played football as a 
student/athlete, I certainly 
appreciate the commitment 
necessary to participate and excel in 
a varsity sport. It is this sense of 
commitment to achievement and 
excellence that is characteristic of 
the young men and women who 
represent the University through its 
intercollegiate athletics program. We 
are extremely proud of these fine 
student/athletes. 

Just as we take pride in our 
student/athletes, we believe that 
the University's many alumni and 
friends have reason to be proud of 
this institution. The tradition of 
excellence of our athletic programs 



is just one reason for pnde. Our 
academic excellence is another, 
indeed, the state's designation of 
the University as its flagship 
university results from our 
impressive academic 
accomplishments. 

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 fmest universities in, 
among other areas, the number of 
National Merit and National 
Achievement Scholars, the number 
of honors students, the 
distinguished records of graduates 
and the number of 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 
achievements. We invite your 
continued partnership as College 
Park strives to set new standards of 
excellence both on the playing field 
and in the classroom. 



Terportraits, Mark Duffner 




Mark Duffner charges through life. His teams play 
the way he lives every day: working hard, loving the 
game, and showing enthusiasm. Lots of enthusiasm. 



Duffner's work ethic is real. 
Appointed December 31, 1991, his 
ability to get a lot into a working 
day led to accomplishing all the 
right things to spell v-i-c-t-o-r-y in 
the future. Things such as: 

• acquiring outstanding 
recruiting classes in 1993 and 
1994 that ranked in the 
nation's Top 25. 

• showing the kind of offense 
that produced 50 school 
offensive records in two years. 

• moving into Maryland's new 
$7 million Football Complex. 

• attracting large crowds into a 
refurbished Byrd Stadium that 
will have over $30 million 
mvested in its renewal. 

Duffner inserted a new attitude 
with his arrival, one that said total 
commitment to team goals was 
paramount to Maryland's success. 
Through the 3-8 and 2-9 seasons 
Maryland recorded the past two 
years, Duffner's teams have 
played hard -just like their coach. 
Through the smiles and 
disappointments, certain truths 
about Duffner teams emerged: 

• Duffner teams are always 
ready to play. 

• Duffner teams gain yards. His 
Red Storm Offense, built 
around the Run and Shoot, 
gained over 10,000 yards in 
two years. 



• Duffner does not play it safe. 
Successful turnarounds - in 
the face of extreme odds - are 
a strength. 

■ In the last two games of 
the 1992 season, his team 
recorded the biggest 
back-to-back game 
turnaround in 100 years of 
Maryland football- from a 
69-21 loss at Florida State to 
53-23 victory over Clemson. 

■ In a 1992 contest, his 
Terps went 87 yards in the 
last 13 seconds (with no 
time-outs) to win. 

■ In 1993, Maryland recorded 
the most improbable 
comeback of all. Fielding a 
defense that had seven 
redshirt and true freshman 
starters, Maryland stopped 
Wake Forest at the Terrapin 
goal line, and went 99 yards 
m the last two minutes to 
score the game-tying TD 
with no time left on the 
clock. The winning PAT 
folllowed. 

• Duffner recruits well. ("I love 
recruiting .... It's 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 the chance 
to experience them in a real 
life in recruiting.") 



"I like enthusiasm, " he says. "I like people who show 
emotion. It helps me to get my point across. It helps 
reality-it helps me express me, and my opinion. I want 
everything (on the team) to be real, and not something 
that is phony, or that is just taking up time." 



Duffner loves to coach-It's his 
life calling. ("I would have a 
difficult time, without 
coaching, to touch so many 
people, and to make things 
special") Conducting a sports 
medicine clinic for 
Washington's Children's 
Hospital, or as co-coach of the 
Gray in the Blue-Gray game in 
1992, he energizes every 
proceeding with missionary 
zeal - and high five's. 
Duffner likes to have fun. 
While playing high school ball, 
he made his pocket money by 
being the drummer in a rock'n 
roll band - and vocalist. He 
still plays the drums, when 
he's not doing magic tricks for 
his team, or in a skit involving 
the next opponent's mascot. 



The promise of tomorrow is 
based a lot on what Duffner, 41, 
has accomplished as a head coach. 
He came to College Park as college 
football's winmngest coach — at 
Holy Cross his record was 60-5-1 in 
six years. There, too, he battled the 
odds to succeed - assistant coach 
Duffner took over as head coach on 
a dreary February day in 1986, just 
after tragedy had claimed the head 
coach's life. The Crusader's were 
4-6 the previous year, but Duffner, 
m typical fashion, never flagged 
from going full tilt in the face of 
adversity. Holy Cross went 10-1, 
and in each of the next five 
seasons, his teams excelled. Marks 
of 11-0, 9-2, 10-1, 9-1-1, and 11-0 
followed. He was selected coach of 
the year on 17 occasions, and was 
twice named national I-AA Coach 
of the Year. 




Terportraits, Mark Duffner 



Duffner's home town of 
Annandale. Va., is no more than 25 
miles from College Park; the route 
he took to the Maryland campus was 
through some of the best football 
had to offer No overnight success 
story despite becoming a head coach 
at 32. Duffner at 23 years of age was 
defensive coordinator at the 
i Iniversity of Cincinnati (1977-1980). 
He coached under Woody Hayes at 
Ohio State as a graduate assistant 
(1975-1976). was recruited to play at 
William & Mary by Bobby Ross, and 
played there for Coach Lou Holtz At 
William & Mary, he was Southern 
Conference All-Academic His 
Annandale High School coach, 
might have influenced him most of 
all Duffner credits him with starting 
him on the road to coaching 

Mark and his wife Kathy have 
three children: Christina Mane, 
Carolyn Elizabeth, and John David 




Kathy and Mark Duffner, Carolyn, John, and Christina. 



The Staff 

Offensive Coordinator Dan Dorazio (Kent State 74) is in his third season; 
he also coaches the offensive line. He previously coached at Hawaii, San 
Jose State. Washington, Northern Iowa (Offensive Coordinator), Georgia 
Tech, Washington, and Holy Cross (Offensive Coordinator). 

Defensive Coordinator Kevin Coyle (Massachusetts 78) is in his first year 
at Maryland after three seasons at Syracuse. He coached the inside 
linebackers and secondary there, and was defensive coordinator for all 
three seasons. He previously coached at Cincinnati, Arkansas. U.S. 
Merchant Marine Academy (Defensive Coordinator), and Holy Cross 
(Defensive Coordinator) 

Quarterbacks coach is Rob Spence (Iona '81) He was inside receivers 
coach at Maryland the past two years He previously coached at Iona, 
Hofstra (Offensive Coordinator) and Holy Cross. 

Running backs and special teams coach is Dave Ungerer (S. Connecticut 
St. '80). He served as strength and conditioning coach the past two years 
at Maryland. He previously coached at Davidson, Northeastern and Holy 
Cross. 

Tight ends coach and recruiting coordinator is Jim Miceli (S 

Connecticut St 79) This is his first year as a position coach, having been 
recruiting coordinator in 1993 He previously coached at Pittsburgh, 
Ramapo College (Head Coach), and Pittsburgh. He also enjoyed 
outstanding success as a high school head coach. 

Receivers coach is Vincent White (Stanford '83). He most recently served 
in the same role at Southern Methodist. He previously coached at 
Stanford. Oregon Tech (Offensive Coordinator), Tennessee-Martin 
(Offensive Coordinator) and Pacific (Offensive Coordinator). 

Outside linebackers coach is Peter McCarty (Massachusetts 78). He is in 
his third season at Maryland. He previously coached at Syracuse. 
American International (Defensive Coordinator), and Holy Cross. 

Defensive line coach is Cliff Schwenke (Bridgeport 72). He is in his third 
season at Maryland. He previously coached at Albany State, Bngham 
Young, Boston College, Columbia. Holy Cross, Worcester Polytechnic 
(Offensive Coordinator) and Holy Cross. 

Inside linebackers coach is Mel Foels (Bowling Green '65). He is m his 
third season at Maryland He previously coached at Iowa Wesleyan (Head 
Coach). Iowa. Eastern Kentucky, Tulsa, North Carolina, Tennessee, and 
Anzona State (Defensive Coordinator). 



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 assistant, College of William & Mary (Sprmg 

1975); Graduate assistant, Ohio State University (1975-1976); Defensive 

Coordinator, University of Cincinnati (1977-1980); Defensive Coordinator, 

Recmitmg Coordmator, Holy Cross (1981-1985); Head Coach, Holy Cross 

(1986-1991); Head Coach, University of Maryland. 1992-present. 

Family: Wife, Kathy; daughters. Christina Mane (15) and Carolyn 

Elizabeth (13); and a son. John David (10). 




Terportraits, Mark Dufffner 



Energy for People 

(An interview with Mark Duffner) 



How do you maintain a personal 
interest in individual players? 

By interest and involvement. I think 
it's important that the players 
understand that the head coach and 
the coaching staff are interested in 
them as people. We're going to ask 
them to try to be the best they can 
be as people - in their social life, 
academic life and athletic life. They 
are going to get the same kind of 
commitment we're asking of them 
back from the coaching staff. 

Everyone makes mistakes once in a 
while, but we want the effort to be 
there. There are really three key 
things: There is going to be real trust 
in our program. We want to develop 
honest relationships between 
coaches and players. Secondly, there 
is going to be genume care - agam 
we talk about their total character 
and lending a helpmg hand. Third is 
following-up on the commitment to 
make the student-athletes achieve 
their goals. Trying and effort are 
what we're all about. 

How do you see your efforts - the 
record-breaking, the recruiting 
success, the endless hours of 
preparation - paying off? 

This team is becoming closer. It 
takes time to improve, but there is 
starting to be a proper dependency 
on one another within the program. 
Whether I see it m the off-season 
weight program; whether I see it m 
the academic classroom; whether I 
see it on the practice field, or 
involvement m different special team 
events, be it bowlmg or a sprmg 
Softball game. We're trying to create 
a climate where the players truly like 
being around one another. Not just 
for the goal of winning football 
games, but that they really enjoy 
each other. We spend a lot of time 
working together; we'd also want 
them to spend a lot of tune having fun 
together. This is something that 
takes time, and a daily touch, if you 
will As we contmue to improve and 
develop, successful relationships will 
be a big part of the success. 

When did you determine 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 
everybody 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 I always 
thought that if I had the chance to 
develop a program, that would be the 
foundation of it. 

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 bemg 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. 



"It is very enjoyable for me to see 
them enjoy success, to become 
confident people ...to let it By in 
terms of playing as hard as they 
can." 



Beyond the results on the 
scoreboard, what is the most 
rewarding athletic experience for 
you? 

To see our players play hard, and to 
utilize their abilities to the fullest. 
When you see kids improve, when 
you see them know they have had 
success on individual plays, or that 
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 aggressive with confidence 
- I don't mean aggressive in terms of 
hurting people, but bemg able to let it 
fly in terms of playing as hard as they 
can. 



"J Jove to study people and the 
stories of their success ... It's like 
seeing a great movie all the time. 
The emotions, the feelings -you get 
a chance to experience them in real 
Hie in recruiting." 



Do you like recruiting? 

I love recruiting. It's a people filled 
job - you get a chance to meet 
families, coaches, administrators, and 
student-athletes. Our mission 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 leam 
so much trying to find out about 
people, what makes this person 
special, why we should be recruiting 
this person. 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 stones 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 m 
recruiting. 

On his 1994 team 



"Steve Ingram is one of the very 
best offensive linemen in the 
country, U not the best." 

It's unusual to have the offensive 
line being billed the star of the 
team. How does it rate such 
attention? 

Our offensive line is the number one 
strength of our football team. I' m 
impressed with the work ethic of the 
group, and the goals of the group. 
They want to be the best in country 
This is a goal they've established for 
themselves. 

They work hard to back-up that 
ambition. Steve Ingram is one of the 
very best offensive linemen in the 
country, if not the best. We're very 
anxious to see him have his best 
season ever. Dave Hack has done an 
excellent job in giving effort and 
example. Jamie Bragg is a captain, 
and it's very important to him that 
this team reach its potential. He is an 
explosive athlete. Jade Dubis shies 
away from any recognition, but he 
gives it everything, every day. I just 
love how he answers the call day 
after day. John Teeter has shown 
tremendous improvement in the 
off-season. He is a 400 pound 
'bencher' now. These five guys will 
be leaned on heavily 

"J give credit to Scott for his 
preparation and execution ... people 
knew we would throw the football 
based on the time on the clock and 
the score. Yet he was able to move 
the ball." 



Quarterback is a focus of preseason 
publicity for Maryland. How do you 
view the position? 

We saw last season how Scott 
Milanovich can be a highly successful 
quarterback. I give great credit to 
Scott for his preparation and 
execution, especially when people 
knew we would throw the football 
based on the time on the clock and 
the score. Yet he was able to move 
the ball. I also feel Kevin Foley can 
be an efficient quarterback. Both 
Scott and Kevin made decisions that 
led to big plays They both picked-up 
that efficiency from last season 
during the course of spring practice. 
Kevin for the first part of spring, until 
he was injured, displayed a great 
deal of poise, and was very positive 



in his decision making. I'm very 
confident of what Kevin can do Brian 
Cummings took all the second team 
snaps (Milanovich did not participate 
m the first two weeks of drills, Foley 
was hurt for the last half of practice) 
and again showed the ability to make 
big plays. I'm very confident in our 
quarterbacks. 

"Jermaine Lewis is a touchdown 
waiting to happen." 

Jermaine Lewis was as good as any 
receiver in the country before being 
hurt last year. What makes him so 
dangerous? 

Jermaine Lewis is a big play waitmg 
to happen -based on his 
explosiveness and speed. I also like 
the fact that he is anxious to do the 
best he can. He is not just a very 
high potential person, he gets it 
done He also has desire— He's a 
football player He makes the 
catches, he blocks, he has 
demonstrated toughness. The 
receiving corps in general is a 
strength of our team. Russ Weaver is 
a land of wise old man. He just makes 
plays There is a lot of talent m what 
is a young group. 

Who is your most dangerous player? 

Probably Jermame Lewis. I think that 
Allen Williams is certainly a 
dangerous player. He has 
breakaway-type speed, the power 
needed to generate tough yards, but 
I think Jermaine is our most 
dangerous -He's a touchdown 
waitmg to happen. 

Defensively, youth is the Maryland 
hope? How is that youth keyed by 
Linebacker Ratcliff Thomas? 

There is a real desire on our football 
team for our defense to improve, and 
not just because of statistics. There 
is a real effort going on, and we have 
to sustain it going into the 1994 
season. 

Ratcliff Thomas is a part of that 
desire -he has the quickness and 
balance to make big plays. We're 
always lookmg for ways to make us 
better no matter how young we 
are -Wade Inge, Jermaine Lewis and 
Andrew Carter were all moved from 
receiver to the secondary in spring 
practice, and that seems to have 
been a productive look. 

These are young players -the 
defense is young. Part of getting 
better will be for the young players 
to be tougher, not to go into our 
Testudo shells That attitude of 
toughness is being developed as best 
and as fast as we can implement it. 



Terportraits, Kevin Coyle, Dan Dorazio 



Kevin Coyle 

Defensive Coordinator 
Defensive Backs 

In his first season as Defensive 
Coordinator for the Terps, Kevin 
Coyle is a new face to Maryland, but 
not to Mark Duffner. Coyle comes to 
College Park after three successful 
years at Syracuse. Prior to his days 
with the Orangemen, Coyle coached 
alongside Duffner for nine seasons at 
Holy Cross, leading the Crusaders 
into the national spotlight, 

Coyle coached the inside 
linebackers and the secondary at 
Syracuse. In 1992, Syracuse led the 
nation with 24 interceptions and 
allowed only 1007 yards rushing to 
set a school record for an 1 1 game 
schedule. The Orangemen led the 
Big East in rushing defense for two 
years, finishing 11th nationally in 
1991 and 5th in 1992 under Coyle. 

A member of the Holy Cross staff 
from 1982-90, Coyle started as 
outside linebacker coach and also 
coached the defensive ends before 
being promoted to defensive 
coordinator in 1986. In his five years 
as coordinator, the Holy Cross 
defense ranked in the top 10 
nationally in Division I-AA sconng 
defense on four occasions The 
Crusaders led the nation in 1987, 
finished fifth in 1986, ninth in 1982 
and second in 1990. The '86 and '87 
teams also finished among the top 
10 nationally m rushing defense and 
total defense. Five Crusaders earned 
All-America honors under Coyle's 
tutelage, including all-time Division 
I-AA interception leader Dave 
Murphy. 

The Staten Island, NY native 
played football and wrestled at 
Monsignor Farrell H.S. He then 



attended the University of 
Massachusetts, where he played 
defensive back for Dick MacPherson, 
currently the head coach of the New 
England Patriots. Coyle was an 
assistant coach at his high school 
before starting his college coaching 
career with the University of 
Cincinnati as a graduate assistant in 
1978. After one year stints at 
Arkansas (part-time assistant under 
Lou Holtz) and the U.S. Merchant 
Marine Academy (defensive 
coordinator, secondary, strength 
coach), he joined the Holy Cross 
staff, serving with Mark Duffner. 

Coyle received his bachelor's 
degree m Physical Education from 
Massachusetts m 1978 and his 
masters degree in education from 
Cincinnati in 1979 

He and his wife, Louise, have a 
one-year old daughter, Jenlam 
Alexandra. 



Specifics: 38 (1-14-56) 

Education: B.S. in Physical 
Education. University of 
Massachusetts, 1978 

Coaching: Graduate Assistant, 
University of Cincinnati, 
1978-79; Part-time assistant, 
University of Arkansas, 1980: 
Defensive Coordinator, United 
States Merchant Marme 
Academy, 1981, Defensive 
Ends Coach, College of the 
Holy Cross, 1982-85: Defensive 
Coordinator, College of the 
Holy Cross (1986-90): Defensive 
Coordinator, Secondary Coach, 
Syracuse University, 1990-1993: 
Defensive Coordinator, 
Umversity of Maryland, 
presently. 



Dan Dorazio 

Offensive Coordinator 
Offensive Line 

Dan Dorazio has shown his 
complete dedication to Maryland 
football and head coach Mark 
Duffner To watch him work, is just 
utter amazement. It isn't a surprise 
to see Maryland's offense continue to 
shatter milestones every season. 

With Dorazio calling the offensive 
plays last year, the Terps 
Run-and-Shoot offense set 15 school 
records and tied five more. In two 
years with Dorazio and Duffner, the 
Terps have smashed the record 
books, making 46 new school marks 

Dorazio's entire offensive line 
returns this season including every 
back-up player. One of Maryland's 
premiere players in 1994, tackle 
Steve Ingram, is a three-year starter 
for the Terps. He and center Jamie 
Bragg, who made every snap last 
season, are the team's co-captains. 

Incredibly, it was the third 
consecutive year that Dorazio had 
orchestrated an offense to more than 
4,800 total yards Nationally, the 
Terps finished third in passmg 
offense and 17th m total offense. 

Prior to his coming to College 
Park, Dorazio was an assistant under 
Duffner for three years at Holy Cross. 
In his first year as offensive 



coordinator at Holy Cross in 1991, the 
Crusaders averaged 467.1 total yards 
per game. 33.8 pomts per game and 
had a perfect 11-0 record. 

In addition to his duties as 
offensive coordinator, Dorazio is one 
of the most respected developers of 
offensive lmemen in the country. He 
coached that position at several 
schools, including the University of 
Washington, where he oversaw the 
progress of All-America Mike 
Zandofsky. 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 expenence m the Atlantic 
Coast Conference, having coached at 
Georgia Tech from 1982-83. He got 
his coaching start at Kent State, his 
alma mater, where he began 
coaching as an undergraduate after 
playmg 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 masters degree m sports 
administration, Dorazio has a son, 
Daniel, 14, and a daughter, Mansa, 
12. 



Specifics: 42 (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, 
University of Washington, 1979; Offensive Coordinator, Offensive Line 
and Kickers Coach, Northern Iowa, 1980-81; Offensive Line Coach. 
Georgia Tech, 1982-83; Offensive Line Coach, Washington. 1984-88; 
Offensive Line Coach, College of the Holy Cross, 1989-91; Offensive 
Coordinator, College of the Holy Cross, 1991; Offensive Coordinator, 
Offensive Line Coach, Umversity of Maryland, presently. 




Kevin and Louise Coyle with daughter Jenlain Alexandra. 



Dan Dorazio is surrounded by daughter Mazisa and son Danny. 



Terportraits, Mel Foels, Peter McCarty 



Mel Foels 

Assistant Coach 
Inside Linebackers 

In 25 years of college coaching, 
Mel Foels has established a 
reputation for developing 
outstanding defensive units with 
few star players. 

Certainly, Foels has tutored his 
share of great players. While an 
assistant at North Carolina, he 
directed the college career of 
Lawrence Taylor, probably the 
greatest linebackei in ACC history. 

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 
third year with the inside 
linebackers in Maryland's defensive 
alignment. 

Foels was the master mind 
behind the development of 
sophomore Ratcliff Thomas, who not 
only led the Maryland defense m 
tackles last season, but was the first 
true freshman in recent history to 
lead an ACC team in tackles. Along 
with Thomas, Foels used a number 
of other underclassmen, all of whom 
return this season. 

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 masters 
degree from the school in I960. 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 
Conference titles. He was the league 
Coach of the Year three times. 

Foels and his wife, Dawn, have 
two daughters, Tracie, 24, and 
Shellie, 22. 



Specifics: 51 (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 Line 
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; 
Outside 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 his third season coaching the 
outside linebackers is Peter McCarty 

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

In 1993, McCarty rotated four 
players who had not played a down 
of football. Even though they were 
without experience, every play was 
executed with 100 percent effort. 
That is the type of effort that 
McCarty demands from his players 
and himself. 

McCarty has always been a 
tireless worker At Holy Cross, he 
held three distinct positions. 
Coaching the Crusader defensive 
ends, acting as the professional 
scout liaison and serving as the 
team's academic coordinator. On the 
field, he oversaw the development of 
a group of ends that included Tom 
Smith, a 1988 All-America and the 
Crusader 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 1-AA playoffs. 

After graduating from 
Massachusetts in 1978, he returned 
to his hometown to coach and teach 
special education 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, 
McCarty went to American 
International College, where he 
served a defensive coordinator from 
1983 to 1986, when he joined 
Duffner's Holy Cross staff. 

McCarty, 38, is single 



Specifics: 38 (1-12-56) 

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

Coaching: Assistant Coach, 
Bangor (Maine) High School, 
1978-79; Defensive Coordinator, 
Maine Central Institute, 1979-81; 
Graduate Assistant, Syracuse 
University, 1981-83; Defensive 
Coordinator, American 
International College, 1983-85; 
Defensive Ends Coach, College 
of the Holy Cross, 1986-91; 
Outside Linebacker Coach, 
University of Maryland, 
presently. 




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



Terportraits, Jim Miceli, Cliff Schwenke 



Jim Miceli 

Assistant Coach 
Tight Ends 
Recruiting Coordinator 

After spending his first season at 
College Park as the recruiting 
coordinator. Jim Miceli will take on 
additional duties this season as tight 
ends coach. 

Miceli has recorded a long history 
of success in Eastern football on the 
collegiate and prep levels. 

Prior to his arrival at Maryland. 
Miceli was the tight end coach and 
academic advisor at the University of 
Pittsburgh He also spent a short 
period at the University of Wisconsin 
as their recruiting coordinator 

A 1979. Southern Connecticut 
graduate. Miceli began his college 
coaching career as a graduate 



assistant at Pittsburgh He held 
various positions at the high school 
level including head coach at 
Norwalk (CT) High .and Old Tappan 
(NJ) High Both schools enjoyed 
championship success during his 
tenure. 

In 1983. Miceli moved to Ramapo 
(NJ) College where in four years he 
recorded a 31-9 record as head coach 
and earned the Roadrunners 
EC AC post-season honors. He was 
selected Coach of the Year in the 
New Jersey Athletic Conference in 
1989 

A native of Rye. NY, Miceli was 
an all-league offensive lineman on 
the prep level before enrolling at 
Southern Connecticut where he 
lettered twice. 

He and his wife, Manann. have 
two daughters. Victoria and 
Alexandria 



Specifics: 37 (4-24-57) 

Education: B S in Physical Education and Recreation. Southern 
Connecticut State 

Coaching: Graduate Assistant. University of Pittsburgh: 1980-83: Head 
Coach, Norwalk High School (CT), 1983-1986: Head Coach, Old Tappan 
High School (1986-1988): Head Coach. Ramapo College, 1988-92, 
Assistant Football Coach. University of Pittsburgh (1992-93); Assistant 
Recruiting Coordinator, University of Wisconsin (1993): Recruiting 
Coordmator, University of Maryland (1993); Tight Ends Coach and 
Recruiting Coordinator, University of Maryland, presently. 




Cliff Schwenke 

Assistant Coach 
Defensive Line 

Upon accepting the head 
coaching position at Maryland, Mark 
Duffner. known as one of the 
country'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 After all. 
Schwenke. as interior defensive line 
coach for the Crusaders, oversaw a 
unit that led the Patriot League in 
rushing defense, scoring defense 
and total defense for five 
consecutive seasons. 

Those Holy Cross lines featured 
some of the biggest, strongest, 
fastest linemen in the Patriot 
League. Based on Maryland's 
recruiting, Schwenke may be 
coaching one of the biggest 
defensive lines in the ACC before 
too long. 

As defensive line coach at Holy 
Cross, Schwenke helped develop a 
unit that produced two 
All-Amencans in middle guard Steve 
Southard (second team, 1986) and 
tackle Andy Martin (third team, 
1987) along with several All-Patriot 
League performers. He also doubled 
as the HC recruiting coordinator. In 
that position, he oversaw the 
recrurtment of six seasons worth of 
student athletes that helped the 
Crusaders to a 60-5-1 overall 
won-loss record. 



Prior to his second stint at Holy 
Cross beginning in 1986. he coached 
there from 1978-81 Schwenke served 
in various coaching capacities at 
Bngham Young. William & Mary. 
Worcester Polytechnic 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, NY.. 
Schwenke has two children: David, 
12, and Anne. 5. 



Specifics: 43 (6-21-51) 

Education: B.S. in physical 
education, University of 
Bridgeport. 1972. 

Coaching: Graduate Assistant. 
Albany State, 1975; Part-time 
Assistant. Bngham Young 
University. 1976; Part-time 
Assistant. Boston College. 1977, 
Defensive Assistant and Head 
Freshman Coach. Columbia 
University. 1978; Defensive Line 
Coach and Recruiting 
Coordmator, College of the Holy 
Cross, 1979-80; Defensive Line 
Coach, William & Mary, 1981; 
Part-time Assistant, College of 
the Holy Cross. 1983-84; 
Offensive Coordmator, 
Worcester Polytechnic Institute, 
1985; Defensive Lme Coach. 
Recruiting Coordmator, Holy 
Cross College. 1986-91; 
Defensive Lme Coach. 
University of Maryland, 
presently. 




Jim and Mariann Miceli with daughters Victoria (left) and Ah. 



Cliff Schwenke with daughter Annie and son David. 



Terportraits, Rob Spence, Dave lingerer 



Rob Spence 

Assistant Coach 
Quarterbacks 

In his thud year at Maryland, Rob 
Spence takes over the quarterback 
duties after spending the first two 
seasons overseeing the highly 
productive receiving unit. 

In 1993, Spence directed a young 
group of men including slot receiver 
Russ Weaver, who led the ACC in 
receptions with 6.3 a game. 

Taking over the reigns of 
quarterbacks this season will be a 
rather easy transition for Spence. 
One of the five coaches to make the 
move with Mark Duffner to 
Maryland, Spence spent his last 
season at HC guiding record-setting 
quarterback Tom Ciacco, the MVP of 
the Patriot League. As quarterback 
coach, Spence molded the tngger 
men for the Crusaders, the only 
unbeaten team in I-AA in 1991. Holy 
Cross finished fourth m 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 m 
1991, Spence was the offensive 
coordinator and receiver's coach at 
Hofstra University, where he kept 
the Flying Dutchmen m flight. 
Hofstra led Division HI m points 
(472), passing (343 2 yards per 
game) and total offense (505.7 yards 
per game) and set the Division HI 
record for scoring margin at 38.2 
points a game. 



Prior to Hofstra, Spence was the 
Offensive Coordinator at his alma 
mater, Iona College. Under Spence, 
the Gaels set six school records and 
the 2,537 passing yards ranked 11th 
nationally. 

A 1981 graduate of Iona College, 
Spence played tight end for the 
Gaels. He began is 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 
29-19-1 record, before moving on to 
become offensive coordinator at his 
alma mater in 1989. 

Spence, 36, and his wife, Susan, 
have a two-year old daughter, 
Samantha and a newborn girl, 
Sydney Pae, born on May 15. 



Specifics: 36 (10-10-58) 

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

Coaching: Offensive 
Coordmator, Iona Prep, 1982-84; 
Head Coach, Iona Prep, 1984-88; 
Offensive Coordmator, Iona 
College, 1989; Offensive 
Coordmator and Quarterbacks 
Coach, Hofstra University, 1990; 
Quarterbacks Coach. College of 
the Holy Cross, 1991; Inside 
Receivers Coach, University of 
Maryland, 1992-93; 
Quarterbacks Coach, University 
of Maryland, presently 




Dave lingerer 
Assistant Coach 
Running Backs 
Special Teams 
Coordinator 

After spending the first two 
seasons as the Strength and 
Conditioning coach for the 
University's 23 intercollegiate sports, 
Dave Ungerer was appomted 
Running Back coach and Special 
Team Coordinator last winter. 

Ungerer's experience as one of 
the top strength specialists in the 
country has made Maryland athletes 
rise above the rest. In his first spring 
at College park, several school 
record performances were set during 
the weight testing period. The very 
next season, those records were 
re-broken. Ungerer's enthusiasm and 
ability to motivate m the weight 
room is legendary 

Ungerer joined the Terps from 
Holy Cross, where m four years he 



was part of a staff that led the 
Crusaders to the winmngest record 
m college football. Becoming the first 
full-time strength coach at Holy 
Cross, Ungerer implemented a 
stringent off-season work-out 
program as well as a program 
designed to keep the Crusaders at 
peak performance throughout the 
season. 

In 1986-87, Ungerer was the 
defensive line and strength coach at 
Davidson College while also serving 
as the professional scout liaison 
Dunng the 1985 season, he was the 
defensive lme coach at Northeastern 
University. 

Ungerer played running back and 
lmebacker at Edison (NJ) High 
School, rushing for more than 1,000 
yards and eammg All-Area honors. 
He then earned three letters at 
Southern Connecticut State 
University, receiving a B.S. m 
Physical Education m 1980. 

Ungerer, 37, resides in Bowie 
with Sylvia and son, Dominic Baron. 




Rob and Susan Spence with daughters Samantha (back) and Sydney Rae. 



Specifics: 37 (8-21-57) 

Education: B.S. m Physical Education, Southern Connecticut State, 1980. 

Coaching: Assistant Coach, Edison (NJ) High School, 1980-82; Graduate 
Assistant, Rutgers University, 1983-84; Defensive Line Coach, 
Northeastern University, 1985; Defensive Lme and Strength Coach, 
Davidson College. 1986-87; Strength Coach, College of the Holy Cross, 
1988-92; Strength Coach, University of Maryland, 1992-93; Running 
Back and Special Team Coordinator, University of Maryland, presently. 



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Terportraits, Vincent White, Todd Hobin 



Vincent White 

Assistant Coach 
Receivers 

New to the program this season, 
Vincent White was introduced to 
College Park last February and will 
coach the receivers unit 

Matriculating to Maryland from 
Southern Methodist University, White 
had four receivers with more than 30 
catches in 1993 Prior to SMU, White 
was the offensive coordinator at 
Pacific, Tennessee-Martin and 
Oregon Tech. At Pacific, White 
directed his offensive unit with 
precision The 1992 squad was 23rd 
nationally in total offense (406 3) and 
12th in the nation in passing offense 
(271.3). 



In 1991, the Tigers were second 
nationally in total offense and third in 
passing offense, accumulating an 
amazing 342 yards per game 

He began his coaching career as a 
giaduate assistant at his alma mater, 
Stanford 

A 1984 graduate of Stanford and a 
standout collegian, White led the 
nation in receptions in 1982 and 
earned all-PAC 10 honors. He was a 
sixth round draft choice of the New 
York Jets He excelled in the Arena 
Football League in 1987 for the 
Denver Dynamite He led the league 
in virtually every offensive category. 



Specifics: 33(8-26-61) 

Education: B A in Sociology, Stanford University, 1984 

Coaching: Graduate Assistant, Stanford University. 1983: Assistant 
Coach. Oregon Tech; 1986-1988. Offensive Coordinator, Wide Receivers, 
The University of Tennessee at Martin, 1989-90; Offensive Coordinator, 
The University of Pacific. 1990-92; Receivers Coach, Southern Methodist 
University, 1993; Receivers Coach, University of Maryland, presently 



Todd Hobin 

Video Coordinator 

Beginning his third year as the 
football staff's video 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 defensive 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 
experience 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 
Championship He helped coach the 
quarterbacks and running backs on 
that team and served as the 
freshmen team's offensive 
coordinator 

Prior to coaching at Cornell, he 
was for two years on the staff at 
Ithaca as an assistant defensive back 
coach and defensive coordinator for 
the junior varsity. Ithaca won the 
1988 Division m National 
Championship 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 
starting free safety 

Hobin and his wife, Candice, have 
an infant son, Bryce 




Terportraits, R.D. Helt, Football Directory 



R.D. Helt 

Assistant to the 
Athletic Director/ 
Football Operations 

R.D. Helt begins his first year 
with the Maryland football program, 
joining the Terrapins after being the 
recruiting coordinator at Kansas for 
the past six years. 

Under Helt's supervision, the 
Jayhawks had highly rated 
recruiting classes the past five years 
according to national recruiting 
analysts 

As administrative assistant, he 
will oversee 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, including clinics and 
summer camps and the summer job 
program. 



Helt 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 

Helt played football at Washburn 
(Kansas), where he started as a 
freshman and sophomore at 
defensive back. Helt then transferred 
to Missouri Western where he 
started his final two years. While at 
Missouri Western, he was awarded 
the Chris Faros Scholarship 
recognizing leadership on and off 
the field He graduated with a 
degree in business and earned the 
Wall Street Journal Graduate Award, 
recognizing the school's top 
business student. 

Helt earned a master's degree in 
Sports Administration from Ohio 
State in 1987 where he served as an 
Administrative Assistant for 
marketing in the athletic 
department. 

R.D. and his wife Nikki have a 
one-year old son, Christopher 
Michael. 




Football Complex Staff Directory 

Football Office (301) 314-7095 
FAX 314-9980 



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

Mark Duffner, Head Coach 

Kevin Coyle, Defensive Coordinator/Secondary 

Dan Dorazio, Offensive Coordinator/Offensive Line 

Mel Foels, Inside Linebackers 

Pete McCarty, Defensive Ends/Linebackers 

Jim Miceli, Tight Ends/Recruiting Coordinator 

Cliff Schwenke, Defensive Line 

Rob Spence, Quarterbacks 

Dave Ungerer, Running Backs/Special Teams 

Vincent White, Receivers 

R D Helt, Assistant to the AD/Football Operations 

Todd Hobin, Video Coordinator 

John Haller, Graduate Assisant 

Daryl Jones, Graduate Assistant 

Sandy Worth, Head Trainer, Sports Medicine 

Jim Weir, Assistant Trainer 

Dwight Gait, Strength & Conditioning 

Ron Ohnnger, Equipment Manager 

Nita Cain, Secretary 

Dana Delaney, Secretary 

Betty Francis, Secretary 

Bree Wagner, Secretary 



314-7097 
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3147102 
314-7105 
314-7106 
314-7098 
314-7101 
314-7109 
314-7099 
314-7107 
314-9642 
314-9958 
314-7103 
314-7103 
314-9905 
314-9901 
314-9927 
314-7331 
314-9903 
314-7095 
314-7096 
314-9930 







R.D. and Nikki Hei with son Christopher. 



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Terportraits, Daryl Jones, Secretaries, Team Travel Plans 




Daryl lones 

Graduate Assistant Coach 

Now in his third season on the 
Terps' staff is graduate assistant 
coach Daryl Jones. 

Jones works closely with Pete 
McCarty in coaching the outside 
linebackers. He also is involved 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 
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 

During the 1988 and 1989 
seasons. 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 m 
political science and education. He 
also was a four-year letter winner in 
football and track. Jones attended St. 
Johns High School in Ocala, Fla. He 
was a prep standout m football and 
track, winning the Florida State Poll 
Vault Championship in 1983. 

Jones. 28. is single. 



Nita Cain 

Football Secretary 

In her first year at Maryland, Nita 
Cain is secretary for the offensive 
coaches and reports directly to 
Offensive Coordinator. Dan Dorazio. 

Nita is responsible for all 
administrative and secretarial needs 
and spends a great deal of time 
computerizing the offensive 
playbook Born and raised in New 
Hampshire. Nita has her 
Cosmetology License and a Data 
Entry Certification from PSI Institute 
(MD) 

Nita and her husband. Michael, 
have two children, Michael Joseph 
and Heather Lyn. They reside in 
Bowie. MD 

Dana Delaney 

Football Secretary 

Beginning her second season in 
the football office. Dana Delaney 
begins her 16th season in the athletic 
department at Maryland Prror to her 
involvement with football, she was 
the secretary to the Executive 
Director of the Terrapin Club. 

Reporting directly to Defensive 
Coordinator, Kevin Coyle, Dana is 
responsible for the defensive 
playbook and assists with seat 
assignments and other duties for the 
football banquet and Alumni 
Weekend activities. 

Dana and her husband Tom have 
two children, Kenny and Duane. 
Kenny is a Maryland graduate while 
Duane is a graduate of Carnegie 
Mellon University. 

Betty ). Francis 

Football Secretary 

A devoted veteran to Maryland 
athletics, Betty Francis begins her 
second season with head coach Mark 
Duffner. 

Working jointly with adminstrative 
assistant R.D. Helt, Betty reports 
directly to Duffner and assists with 
secretarial and adminstrative needs. 
Pnor to her temporary retrrement in 
1987, she was the secretary for 
Maryland's athletic director for nearly 
30 years. 

Betty is loyal to the Maryland 
Terps and has collected turtles smce 
1959. She has them from all over the 
world. 




The Secretarial Staff: Dana Delaney, Nita Cain, Bree Wagner, 
Betty Francis. 



She and her husband. Scotty, 
have two children, Nanci and Jim. 
Both attended Maryland 

Bree Wagner 

Football Secretary 

Beginning her third season with 
the Terps. Bree Wagner is secretary 
to the recuiting coordinator, Jim 
Miceli. 



She assists with all mailings to 
prospective recruits and is constantly 
updating the data base for all 
Maryland prospects. Prior to her 
arrival in the football office, Bree 
worked in the University's Pnntmg 
Department for a year. 

She is currently in her fourth year 
attending the University of Maryland 
on a part-time basis. Her 
concentration is art Bree is single 
and resides in College Park. 



Terp Travel Plans 




September 3 


October 15 


at Duke 


at North Carolina 


Holiday Inn at 


Holiday Inn at 


Research Triangle Park 


Research Triangle Park 


New Page Road and Exit 282 


PO Box 13816 


Research Triangle Park, NC 27709 


New Page Road and Exit 282 


(919) 941-6000 


Research Triangle Park. NC 27709 


September 17 


November 12 


at West Virginia 


at Virginia 


Holiday Inn - Fairmont 


Omni Charlottesville Hotel 


1-79 & Old Grafton Road 


2335 West Main Street 


Fairmont, WV 26554 


Charlottesville. VA 22902 


(304) 366-5500 


(919) 941-6000 


September 30 


November 19 


at Clemson 


at Syracuse 


Hobday Inn - Clemson 


Syracuse Mamott 


US 123 & 76 


6302 Camei Parkway 


PO Box 152 


East Syracuse, NY 13057 


Clemson, SC 29633 


(315) 432-0200 


(803) 654-4450 





13 



Terportraits, Owight Gait, Kevin Gerber, Evan Marcus 




Dwight Gait 

Head Strength and 
Conditioning Coach 

Dwight Gait was named to head 
the strength and conditioning unit at 
Maryland on January 2, 1994. Gait 
came to work at Maryland in 1984, as 
an assistant strength and 
conditioning coach on a part time 
basis. He assumed a full-time 
position in 1989 During that time, he 
worked extensively with the 
Washington Capitals of the National 
Hockey League. 

Gait supervises all of the strength 
and conditioning traimng for the 
football and basketball programs and 
coordinates the training of 
Maryland's entire 23 sport 
intercollegiate athletic program. 



He has been an integral part of 
Maryland's building tradition in the 
weight room. Throughout his tenure 
at Maryland, the Terps football 
players have improved in all areas of 
weight training and conditioning. 

Gait has previously worked with 
Maryland's nationally ranked football 
and basketball programs. In 1984, he 
worked with Maryland's ACC and 
Sun Bowl championship football 
team. He also worked with the Terps 
1985 NCAA Tournament basketball 
team. 

Gait earned his B S degree in 
business management from Maryland 
in 1981 and his M.S. in exercise 
physiology from Maryland in 1989. 

Gait, 37, and his wife, Jan have 
four children: Angie, Ten, Dwight IV 
and Tom. 

Born July 15, 1957, Gait is 
certified by the International Sports 
Science Association He is a member 
of the National Strength and 
Conditioning Association 




Mike Gerber 

Assistant Strength and 
Conditioning Coach 



Mike Gerber is in his first year as 
assistant strength and conditioning 
coach at Maryland Gerber joins the 
Terp program from Yale University 
where he was the head strength and 
conditioning coach for the Bulldogs 
since 1990. Gerber was the head 
strength and conditioning coach and 
defensive coordinator for football at 
Middlebury College in Vermont prior 
to working at Yale. 

Gerber coordinated strength and 
conditioning programs for all 30 of 
Yale's intercollegiate sports from 
August of 1990 until his joining the 
Terps staff. 

He began his coaching career at 
the University of Maine in 1979 
While there, he worked with the 
defensive backs and assisted with 
the strength and conditioning 
program. Previously, he was a 
graduate assistant football coach at 
Syracuse University where he 
worked with the defensive backs 
and assisted with the football 
strength and conditioning program. 

Gerber earned his bachelor's 
degree in physical education and 
health from Maine in 1981. He 
received his master's in physical 
education from Syracuse in 1992. 

Born November 1, 1957, Gerber is 
certified by the National Strenght 
and Conditioning Association. 




Evan Marcus 

Assistant Strength and 
Conditioning Coach 

Evan Marcus is in his first year as 
assistant strength and conditioning 
coach at Maryland He joined the 
Terp staff in January of 1994. Marcus 
came to College Park from Rutgers 
University where he had worked for 
one year 

Marcus assisted the head 
strength and conditioning coach at 
Rutgers m all phases of the program 
from January of 1993 until his joining 
the Terps staff He served in an 
interim head coaching position 
during which he was responsible for 
all testing during the Scarlet Knight's 
pre-season football camp during the 
fall of 1993 During that time he 
designed m-season and off-season 
training programs for football 

He went to Rutgers from Arizona 
State University, where he was a 
graduate assistant coach in the 
strength and conditioning program, 
from January 1991 until December 
1992. While at ASU, he worked with 
football as well as its successful 
Olympic Sport program. Previously, 
he played football at Ithaca College 
where he earned AU-Amencan 
honors and was a starter on the 
Bombers 1988 NCAA Division III 
National Championship team. 
Marcus was a 1989 Football News 
AU-Amencan and All-Eastern 
Collegiate Athletic Conference 
selection. He was the recipient of the 
Michael S Bond Scholarship Award 
for Football Dedication, also in 1989 

A 1990 graduate of Ithaca, he 
earned his bachelors degree in 
exercise physiology. He earned his 
master's in higher education from 
Arizona State in 1992. 

Marcus is a member of the 
National Strength and Conditioning 
Association. 

A New Jersey native, Marcus was 
born on Janaury 2, 1968 



14 





Offensive Depth, 


Defensive 


1 Spring Practice 




■ * 




Returning starters in bold face. 








Offense 










The offense returns 


nine starters listed below in bold face. 


Gone are Wide Receiver Jason Kremus, 


who graduated, 


and Slot Receiver Andrew Carter, who was moved to the secondary. 




Twenty letter winners return to offense; four letter 


winners are gone. 




Wide Receiver 


Left Tackle 




Left Guard 




Jermaine Lewis 


Stephen Ingram 




Jade Dubis 




(Jr. 5-9 170) 


(Sr.* 6-5 300) 




(Sr.* 6-2 280) 




Mancel Johnson 


Brent Shrode 




Erik Greenstein 




(So. 6-2 185) 


(So.* 6-6 270) 




(So.* 6-2 285) 




Russ Weaver 










(Sr. 6-3 215) 












Right Tackle 




Right Guard 


Center 




John Teter 




David Hack 


Jamie Bragg 




(Jr.* 6-6 270) 




(Sr.* 6-6 280) 


(Sr.* 6-1 275) 




Mark Motley 




Pete Sorrentino 


Pat Ward 




(Jr. 6-7 315) 




Fr.* 6-6 285) 


Fr.' 6-5 290) 


Quarterback 


Superback 




Slot Receiver 


Tight End 


Scott Milanovich 


Allen Williams 




Geroy Simon 


Erik Henry 


(Jr.* 6-4 220) 


(Sr. 5-11 200) 




(So. 6-1 180) 


(So.* 6-3 220) 


Kevin Foley 


Brian Underwood 




Walt Willilams 


Dee Reed 


(So.* 6-2 190) 


(Fr.* 6-2 180) 




(So.* 6-0 170) 


(So.* 6-2 205) 


Defense 










The defense returns ten starters. Gone is Linebacker Jaime Flores. Twenty-six letter winners return on defense; 


seven letter winners are gone. 








Linebacker 


Tackle 




Nose Tackle 


End 


Mike Gillespie 


Sharrod Mack 




Johnnie Hicks 


Al Wallace 


(Jr. 6-3 230) 


(Jr.* 6-3 285) 




(So. 6-2 270) 


(So.* 6-4 240) 


Jamal Webster 


Aaron Henne 




Mario Chavez 


Tim Watson 


(Sr. 6-1 205) 


(So.* 6-5 275) 




(So. 6-0 220) 


(So. 6-4 245) 


Linebacker 


Inside Linebacker 




Inside Linebacker 




Mike Settles 


Ratcliff Thomas 




Erick Wood 




(Jr. 6-0 210) 


(So. 6-1 215) 




(Sr.* 6-1 220) 




Gene Gray 


Robert Moore 




Brett White 




(Jr.* 6-1 215) 


(Jr. 6-0 230) 




(Fr.* 6-2 215) 




Cornerback 


Strong Safety 




Free Safety 


Comerback 


A. J. Johnson 


Angel Guerra 




Lamont Gore or 


Darrick Rather 


(So. 5-11 180) 


(Sr. 6-2 200) 




(So. 6-2 195) 


(Jr. 6-1 220) 


Sergio Roach 


Jermaine Stewart 




Wade Inge 


Andrew Carter 


(Jr. 5-11 180) 


(So. 5-11 180) 




(Jr. 6-1 180) 


(So. 5-10 190) 


Specialists 










Milanovich lettered and punted all year. Lytle lettered, but 


was not the place-kicker at season's enc 


1. Rhodes is an 


m-commg freshman 










Punter 


Place-kicker 








Scott Milanovich 


Ken Lytle 








(Jr.* 6-4 220) 


(So.* 6-0 180) 
Brad Rhodes 
(Fr. 5-9 165) 








* Redshirt year 











15 



Terplayers, Alphabetical 



No. 


Name 


Pos. 


Ht. 


Wt. 


Age 


Yr 


Hometown/High School 


Major 


66 


ALEXANDER, Luther 


OLB 


6-3 


240 


20 


Fr* 


Randallstown, MD/Calvert Hall 


Undergraduate Studies 


83 


BARRON, Erek 


DB 


5-10 


180 


20 


Fr* 


Silver Spring, MD/Springbrook 


English 


81 


BEACH, David 


m 


5-11 


165 


22 


Sr 


Hyattsvule, MD/DeMatha 


Criminal Justice 


80 


BOOKER, Phil 


WR 


6-3 


200 


19 


Fr* 


Baltimore, MD/Boys Latin 


Electrical Engineering 


59 


BRADFORD, George 


DB 


6-0 


190 


19 


Fr 


Columbia, MD/Wilde Lake 


Letters & Sciences 


77 


BRAGG, Jamie## 


C 


6-1 


275 


22 


Sr' 


Severna Park, MD/Severna Park 


Agricultural Research /Business 


43 


BROWN, Jason* 


DL 


6-2 


220 


19 


So 


White Springs, FL/White Springs 


Undergraduate Studies 


44 


BROWN, Tim# 


ILB 


5-11 


210 


22 


Jr 


Statesville, NC/Statesville/Fork Union 


Undergraduate Studies 


17 


BULL, Darnell 


P 


6-1 


200 


20 


Fr* 


Alexandria, VA/Mt. Vernon 


Business Administration 


1 


BURNETT, Doug### 


SB 


5-8 


190 


22 


Sr* 


Laurel Springs, N.J. /Highland Mills 


Criminal Justice 


8 


CARTER, Andrew* 


DB 


5-10 


180 


20 


So* 


Stockton, CA/Lincoln 


Undergraduate Studies 


45 


CHAVEZ, Mario 


ILB 


6-2 


220 


20 


So* 


North Miami Beach, FL/Monsignor Pace 


Marketing 


97 


COULTER, Michael 


K 


6-2 


195 


19 


Fr 


Alexandria, VA/West Potomac 


Architecture 


9 


CUMMINGS, Brian 


QB 


6-0 


185 


19 


Fr* 


Eastchester, N.Y./Iona Prep 


Letters & Sciences 


21 


DENNIS, Freeman 


SB 


5-11 


180 


18 


Fr* 


Beltsville, MD/High Point 


Undergraduate Studies 


91 


DEYANPERT, Dwight 


DL 


6-4 


230 


20 


So 


Baltimore, MD/Poly 


Biology 


53 


DUBIS, Jade*** 


OG 


6-2 


280 


23 


Sr* 


Asheboro, N.C./Asheboro/Fork Union 


Secondary Education 


2 


EVERHART, Cleveland 


DB 


6-2 


215 


22 


Sr 


Highland Park, Ml/Highland Park 


Criminal Justice 


95 


FITZGERALD, Craig 


DL 


6-1 


220 


22 


Jr 


Philadelphia, PA/La Salle 


Government and Politics 


22 


FOLEY, Kevin* 


QB 


6-2 


190 


20 


So* 


Cherry Hill, N.J./Cherry Hill East 


Business Administration 


90 


FOSQUE, Timothy 


DL 


6-0 


235 


22 


Jr* 


Asbury Park, N.J./Asbury Park 


Communications 


19 


GILES, Darryl 


DB 


5-9 


170 


19 


Fr' 


Suitland, MD/Suitland 


Zoology 


52 


GILLESPIE, Mike* 


OLB 


6-3 


230 


21 


Jr 


Silver Spring, MD/Springbrook 


Family Studies 


68 


GILLIAM, Darryl* 


DL 


6-6 


310 


19 


So 


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


Journalism 


16 


GOODGER, Brian 


K 


5-11 


175 


20 


Jr 


Laurel, MD/DeMatha 


Undergraduate Studies 


24 


GORE, Lamont* 


DB 


6-2 


195 


20 


So 


Lanham, MD/DeMatha 


Undergraduate Studies 


41 


GRAY, Eugene** 


OLB 


6-1 


215 


22 


Jr* 


Washington DC. /Archbishop Carroll 


Criminal Justice 


69 


GREENSTEIN, Erik* 


C 


6-2 


285 


20 


So* 


Andover, MA/Andover 


Undergraduate Studies 


42 


GUERRA, Angel** 


DB 


6-2 


200 


22 


Sr 


Manassas. VA/Stonewall Jackson 


Agricultural Research/ Business 


74 


HACK, David** 


OG 


6-6 


285 


22 


Sr* 


Holland, NY/St. Francis 


Kinesiology 


34 


HAIRSTON, Jaron 


OLB 


6-2 


200 


19 


Fr* 


Davidsonville, MD/South River 


Biology 


93 


HALL, Farad 


DL 


6-2 


270 


20 


So' 


Carol City, FL/Monsignor Pace 


Computer Science 


98 


HENNE, Aaron* 


DL 


6-5 


275 


20 


So' 


Allison Park, PA/Shaler Area 


Criminal Justice 


88 


HENRY, Erik* 


TE 


6-3 


230 


20 


So' 


Cherry Hill, N.J./Cherry Hill East 


Marketing 


51 


HESPRICH, Rhett 


ILB 


6-1 


225 


19 


Fr' 


Snellville, GA/Brookwood 


Undergraduate Studies 


58 


HICKS, Johnnie* 


DL 


6-2 


270 


20 


So 


Harnsburg, PA/Susquehanna 


Engineering 


36 


HILL, Dom 


TE 


6-3 


255 


22 


Sr 


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


Criminal Justice 


85 


HOLOBETZ, Corey* 


TE 


6-3 


250 


22 


Sr* 


Pottsville, PA/Pottsville 


Business Administration 


5 


INGE, Wade** 


DB 


6-1 


180 


20 


Jr 


Lindenwold, N.J./Overbrook Regional 


Accounting 


54 


INGRAM, Stephen*** 


OT 


6-5 


300 


23 


Sr* 


Seat Pleasant, MD/ DuVal 


Criminal Justice 


49 


JENNINGS, Ryan 


ILB 


6-0 


210 


19 


Fr' 


Silver Spring, MD/Paint Branch 


Undergraduate Studies 


27 


JOHNSON, Andreal* 


DB 


5-11 


180 


20 


So 


Pahokee, FL/Pahokee 


Criminal Justice 


6 


JOHNSON, Mancel* 


WR 


6-1 


175 


20 


So 


Lanham, MD/Eleanor Roosevelt 


Accounting 


14 


LAWSON, Ray 


DB 


5-9 


175 


22 


So 


Cleveland, OH/Cleveland Heights 


Biology 


4 


LEWIS, Jermaine* 


WR 


5-9 


170 


19 


Jr 


Lanham, MD/Eleanor Roosevelt 


Undergraduate Studies 


35 


LYTLE.Ken* 


K 


6-0 


180 


21 


So' 


Avon, CT/Avon 


Kinesiology 


99 


MACK, Sharrod* 


DL 


6-3 


285 


21 


Jr* 


Bronx, NY. /Cardinal Spellman 


Economics 


18 


MAYER, George 


K 


6-0 


195 


20 


So 


Baltimore. MD/Archbishop Curley 


Kinesiologies Sciences 


13 


MTLANOVICH, Scott** 


QB 


6-4 


220 


21 


Jr* 


Butler, PA/Butler 


Criminal Justice 


30 


MTLNER, Chaney 


TE 


6-2 


230 


20 


Fr 


Alexandria. VA/Episcopal 


Letters & Sciences 


38 


MOORE, Robert 


ILB 


6-0 


230 


21 


Jr 


North Amityville, NY. /Hempstead/Nassau CC 


Criminal Justice 


78 


MOTLEY, Mark 


OL 


6-6 


315 


21 


Jr* 


Moultrie, GA/Georgia Military 


Criminal Justice 


37 


PLANK, Kevin* 


SB 


6-0 


215 


22 


Jr* 


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


Government and Politics 


11 


RATHER, Darnck* 


DB 


6-1 


220 


21 


Jr* 


Decatur, AL/Georgia Military 


Criminal Justice 


12 


REED, Deundrick* 


TE 


6-1 


210 


20 


So' 


Dale City, FL/Pasco Comprehensive 


Health Education 


25 


ROACH, Sergio 


DB 


5-11 


180 


22 


Jr 


Mattapan, MA/Concord Carlisle 


Economics 


89 


ROBERTS, Richard* 


WR 


5-9 


170 


21 


Jr 


Annandale VA/Annandale 


Criminal Justice 


26 


SALKELD, Scott 


DB 


5-9 


170 


20 


Fr' 


College Park, MD/Pallotti 


Undergraduate Studies 


33 


SETTLES, Mike* 


OLB 


6-0 


210 


21 


Jr 


Temple Hills, MD/Bishop McNamara 


Economics 


70 


SHRODE, Brent 


OL 


6-7 


270 


19 


So' 


Apopka, FL/Apopka 


Computer Science 





16 



Terplayers, Alphabetical, Frosh Recruits 



No. Name Pos. Ht. Wt. Age Yr 

10 SIMON. Geroy# WR 6-1 175 19 So 

57 SISLER. John* OLB 6-1 200 21 Jr 1 

65 SORRENTINO. Peter OL 6-6 285 19 Fr' 

23 STEWART, Jermaine* DB 5-11 180 19 So 

7 STROZIER. Orlando* DB 6-2 190 20 So* 



Hometown/High School 

Johnstown, PA/ Johnstown 

East Brunswick, N J Admiral Farragut 

Staten Island. NY /Curtis 

Jersey City, N.J/Marist 

Augusta. GA/Hephzibah 



Major 

Criminal Justice 
Physical Education 
Criminal Justice 
Undergraduate Studies 
Mathematics 



73 
39 
67 
76 
46 



STUMP. James 
TALBOT. Gary 
TAYLOR. Brian 
TETER. John## 
THOMAS, Ratcliff* 



OL 6-0 240 20 Jr Finksburg, MD/Westminster 

ILB 6-0 240 22 Jr Holhs, NY /Bayside/Nassau CC 

OL 6-2 285 20 So Poolesville, MD/Richard Montgomery 

OT 6-5 275 21 Jr' College Park. MD/DeMatha 

ILB 6-1 215 20 So Woodbndge, VA/T C Williams 



Engineering 
Criminal Justice 
Kinesiologies Sciences 
Aerospace Engineering 
Undergraduate Studies 



82 TSHIBAKA, Meyambo DB 5-11 195 20 Fr 

40 UNDERWOOD, Brian SB 6-2 180 19 Fr* 

29 WALL. Raphael* DB 5-11 200 21 Sr 

56 WALLACE. Al* OLB 6-4 240 20 So" 

71 WARD. Pat OL 6-5 290 20 Fr" 



Rockville, MD/Richard Montgomery 
Bronx, N.Y. /Herbert Lehman 
Columbia, MD/Wilde Lake 
Del Ray Beach. FL/Spamsh River 
Hemdon. VA/St. John's 



International Business 
Journalism 
Criminal Justice 
Computer Science 
Criminal Justice 



32 WASHINGTON. Larry#*# SB 5-11 220 22 Sr 

47 WATKINS, Mitch DL 6-2 240 20 Fr' 

87 WATSON. Tim* DL 6-4 245 19 So 

86 WEAVER. Russ** WR 6-3 215 22 Sr 1 

55 WEBSTER. Jahmal ILB 6-1 205 22 Sr' 



Randallstown. MD/Randallstown 
Salisbury. MD/Bennett 
Somers Point, N J /Mainland 
Monroeville. PA/Gateway 
North Braddock. PA/Woodland Hills 



Criminal Justice 
Undergraduate Studies 
Undergraduate Studies 
Finance 
Kinesiology 



50 
92 
20 
15 
48 



WHITE, Brett 
WHITE, Cornelius 
WILLIAMS, Allen* 
WILLIAMS, Walt* 
WOOD. Enck* 



ILB 6-2 215 20 Fr' Hornell, N.Y./Hornell 

DL 6-4 255 20 Fr Newburgh. N Y /Newburgh Free Academy 

SB 5-11 200 22 Sr Thomasville. GA/Georgia Military 

WR 6-0 170 20 So" Miami, FL/Killian Senior 

ILB 6-1 220 22 Sr 1 Medford, N.J./Shawnee 



Undergraduate Studies 
Criminal Justice 
Criminal Justice 
Health Education 
Criminal Justice 



84 



WOODESHICK. Kevin* 



* Redshirt year 

# Years Lettered 



TE 



6-3 



235 



22 



Sr- 



Berwick. PA/Berwick 



Computer Science 



Newcomers/Incoming Freshmen 



Name 


Position 


Ht. 


Wt. 


ABRAMS. Richard 


DL 


6-4 


275 


BAKER. Henry, Jr 


LB/S 


6-4 


200 


CANNON, Charles 


S. 


6-1 


200 


CROSBY, Clifton 


DB 


5-11 


175 


FEUGILL, John 


OL 


6-6 


270 


FOWLKES. Latroy 


LB 


6-1 


240 


HICKS. Enc 


DE 


6-6 


240 


JACKSON, Lawrence 


DB 


6-0 


185 


JAMES. Bruce 


WR 


5-8 


165 


JOHNSON. Jonathon 


DB 


6-0 


195 


MHNER. Chaney 


RB 


6-1 


220 


MOORE, Robert 


TE 


6-0 


235 


OGBOGU. Enc 


TE/LB 


6-4 


220 


OGLE, Kendell 


RB 


6-1 


210 


REZELLE. Ryan 


OT/DT 


6-5 


285 


RHODES. Brad 


P/PK 


5-9 


185 


RODGERS, Buddy 


RB 


6-0 


225 


SIMS. Ashley 


DE/DL 


6-4 


250 


STEWART, Todd 


DB 


6-2 


183 


SURMAN, Anthony 


DL 


6-3 


285 


TALBOT. Gary 


LB 


6-0 


240 


WALTON. Kendnck 


WR 


6-4 


240 


WARD, Damond 


DB 


5-10 


163 


WHITE, Cornelius 


DL 


6-4 


240 



Hometown/High School 

Arundel. Md. /Arundel 

Paterson, N.J./Eastside 

Malvern, N.Y./Nassau Community College 

Ene, Pa/East Side 

Methuen, Mass./Methuen 

Linthicum. Md. /North County 

Ene, Pa./Mercyhurst Prep 

Clinton, Md. /Bishop McNamara 

Guetna, La. /Archbishop Shaw 

Pahokee, Fla. /Northeastern Oklahoma A&M 

Washington. DC. /Episcopal 

Hempstead, N.Y./Nassau Community College 

Irvington. N.Y. /Archbishop Stepmac 

Irvington, N.J./Hillside 

Ene. Pa./McDowell 

Biloxi, Miss./St. John's 

Providence. R.I. /East Providence 

Troy, N.Y./Hudson Valley Community College 

Washington. D C./Anacosna 

Pittsburgh, Pa./Baldwrn 

Hollis. N.Y./Nassau Community College 

Dallas. Texas/Carter 

Wilson. N.C. /Milton (Mass.) Academy 

Newburgh. N.Y. /Newburgh Free Academy 



17 



ers, Numerical, Pronunciations 





Numerical Roster 




Notes, Names and Numbers 


No. 


Name 


Pos. 


No. Name 


. Pos. 


Last Year's Record: 2-9, 2-6 ACC 


1 


BURNETT, Doug 


SB 


48 WOOD, Enck 


ILB 


Ail-Time Record: 505-456-42 


2 


CLEVELAND, Everhart . 


DB 


49 JENNINGS, Ryan 


ILB 


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


4 


LEWIS, Jermaine 


WR 


50 WHITE, Brett 


ILB 


Consensus Ail-Americans: 10 


5 


INGE, Wade 


DB 


61 HESPRICH Rhett 


ILB 


Unanimous Ail-Americans: 4 


6 
7 
8 


JOHNSON, Mancel .... 
STROZIER, Orlando . . . 
CARTER, Andrew .... 


WR 
DB 
DB 


b2 GILLESPIE, Mike . . . . 

b3 DUBIS, Jade 

b4 INGRAM, Stephen . . . 


OLB 
OG 
OT 


Academic Ail-Americans: 5 
NFL Draft Picks: 179 
Players Selected: 158 
No. 1 Picks: 12 


9 


CUMMINGS, Brian .... 


QB 


55 WEBSTER, Jahmal . . . 


. ILB 




10 

11 


SIMON, Geroy 

RATHER, Darrick 


WR 
DB 


56 WALLACE, Al 


OLB 


Unique Note 


12 


REED, Deundrick 


TE 


57 SISLER, John 


OLB 


According to USA Today, Maryland played the nation's toughest schedule 


13 


MILANOVICH, Scott . . 


QB 


58 HICKS, Johnnie 


DL 


m 1993. The Terrapins played eight bowl teams. 


14 


LAWSON, Ray 


DB 


59 BRADFORD, George 


DB 


Maryland had the youngest defensive team in Division One football m 


15 


WILLIAMS, Walt 


WR 


65 SORRENTINO, Peter 


OL 


1993: Seven true or redshirt freshmen started. Another eight freshmen or 


16 


GOODGER, Brian 


K 


66 ALEXANDER, Luther . 


OLB 


sophomores were immediately behmd the starters on the depth chart. 


17 


BULL, Darnell 


P 


67 TAYLOR, Brian 


OL 




18 


MAYER, George 


K 


68 GILLIAM, Darryl 


DL 


All-America Notice 


19 


GILES, Darryl 


DB 


69 GREENSTEIN, Erik . 


. . C 


Football News named the following Terps members of All-America teams: 


20 


WILLIAMS, Allen 


. SB 


70 SHRODE, Brent 


. OL 


Sophomore All -America 


21 


DENNIS, Freeman .... 


SB 


71 WARD, Pat 


OL 


First Team: Jermaine Lewis, Wide Receiver 


22 


FOLEY, Kevin 


QB 


73 STUMP, James 


. OL 


Second Team: Scott Milanovich, Quarterback 


23 


STEWART, Jermaine . 


DB 


74 HACK, David 


. OG 


Freshman All-America 


24 


GORE, Lamont 


DB 


76 TETER, John 


OT 


First Team: Ratchff Thomas, Linebacker 


2b 


ROACH, Sergio 


DB 


77 BRAGG, Jamie 


. C 


Third Team: Erik Greenstein, Offensive Guard 


26 


SALKELD, Scott 


DB 


78 MOTLEY, Mark 


OL 


Orlando Strozier, Defensive Back 


27 


JOHNSON, Andreal . . . 


DB 


80 BOOKER, Phil 


. WR 




29 


WALL, Raphael 


DB 


81 BEACH, David 


. . IR 


1993 NCAA Statistics 


30 


MILNER, Chaney 


TE 


82 TSHIBAKA, Meyambo 


DB 


Individual 


32 


WASHINGTON, Larry . 


SB 


83 BARRON, Erek 


DB 


Scott Milanovich was third in the nation in completions, fifth in passing 


33 


SETTLES, Mike 


OLB 


84 WOODESHICK, Kevin 


TE 


yards, and sixth in touchdown passes. 


34 
35 


HAIRSTON, Jaron . . . 
LYTLE, Ken 


OLB 
. K 


85 HOLOBETZ, Corey . . . 


TE 


Scott Milanovich was fourth in the nation in total offense (312.45 yards a 
game). 


36 
37 


HILL, Dom 

PLANK, Kevin 


TE 
. SB 


86 WEAVER, Russ 

87 WATSON, Tim 

88 HENRY, Erik 


WR 
DL 
TE 


Scott Milanovich was sixth in the nation in punting (43.8 avg). 

Jermaine Lewis was fifth in receiving yards per game (119.6) and Ninth in 


38 


MOORE, Robert 


ILB 


receptions per game (6.5) when hurt against Clemson on Oct. 30. 


39 


TALBOT, Gary 


ILB 


89 ROBERTS, Richard . . . 


WR 


Team 


40 


UNDERWOOD, Brian . . 


. SB 


90 FOSQUE, Tim 


DL 


41 


GRAY, Eugene 


OLB 


91 DEYANPERT, Dwight . 


. DL 


Maryland was third in the nation in passing offense (347.5 yards a game). 


42 
43 


GUERRA, Angel 
BROWN, Jason 


DB 
DL 


92 WHITE, Cornelius . . . 

93 HALL, Farad 


DL 
DL 


Terrapins in the ACC 


44 


BROWN, Tim 


ILB 


95 FITZGERALD, Craig . 


DL 


League Record (1953-1993): 145-102-4 
Overall Record (1953-1993): 224-202-8 


4b 


CHAVEZ, Mario 


ILB 


97 COULTER, Mike 


K 


Bowl Record: 6-9-2 


4fi 


THOMAS, Ratchff 


ILB 


98 HENNE, Aaron 


DL 




47 


WATKINS, Mitch 


DL 


99 MACK, Sharrod 


DL 


ACC Standings (1953-1993) Conference Honors: 

First: 8 times ACC Player of the Year: 3 




Proniinr 


iiations 




Second: 6 times ACC Rookie of the Year: 












Third: 11 times Jacobs Blocking Trophy: 2 




Jamie Bragg: 




brag 




Fourth: 4 times ACC Coach of the Year: 6 




Mario Chavez: 




chah-vez 




Fifth: 4 times All- Academic ACC: 74 




Erik Greenstein 




Green-steen 




Sixth: 3 times All- ACC First Team: 92 




Tim Fosque: 




Foss-cue 




Seventh: 3 times 




Angel Guerra: 




Ahn-HEL Goo-ware-ah 




Eighth: 2 times 




Rhett Hespnch: 




Hess-pntch 




Ninth: times 




Corey Holobetz 




Hohl-low-betz 




1993 All-ACC: 




Aaron Henne: 




Hen-ee 




First Team: Scott Milanovich, Punter 




Wade Inge: 




In] 




Second Team: Jermaine Lewis, Wide Receiver 




Scott Milanovich: 


Mil-lan-of-vitch 




Third Team: Stephen Ingram. Offensive Tackle 




Peter Sorrentinc 


: 


Sore-en-tee-no 




Scott Milanovich, Quarterback 




Orlando Strozie 




Stroh-zure 








John Teter: 




Tee-ter 




1993 Academic All-ACC: 




Kevin Woodeshick: 


Wood-es-shhick 




First Team: Russ Weaver, Receiver 



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Terrapins, Notes, Names and Numbers 




William Donald Schaefer: the Governor exhorted the state's football troops before the Florida State game. The result was one of the bet- 
ter Terp efforts in 1993. 



Unique ACC Notes 



Maryland and Florida State are the only two league teams to win their final 
two games the past two seasons. 

Maryland became the first team in league history to have three players total 
100 yards or more in receiving yardage in a single game ... and the 
Terrapins did it twice. Jermaine Lewis, Jason Kremus and Mancel Johnson 
did it once, Lewis, Kremus and Russ Weaver the other occasion. 

Scott Milanovich was one of three league QBs to start every game in 1993. 

Jermaine Lewis had the top game receiving among ACC players: 250 yards 
vs. North Carolina. 

Scott Milanovich had the top total offense game: 519 yards vs. Virginia 
Tech. 

Scott Milanovich had the top passmg yards game: 498 yards vs. Virginia 
Tech He also had five of the top six passmg yards games in the league in 
1993. 

Russ Weaver had the top receiving game: 14 catches vs. Wake Forest. 

Scott Milanovich became the first ACC quarterback to throw for five TD 
passes in three consecutive games 

Scon Milanovich broke the ACC single season yardage (from any source) 
record vs. Clemson. He accounted for 3.499 yards with his arm and his foot 
booted the ball 2,089 more yards for a total of 5,588 yards. Milanovich 
surpassed the record of Duke's Steve Jones who had a total of 4.092 yards 
in 1972. 



1993 ACC Statistics 

Individual 

Scott Milanovich led the league m total offense (312.6 yards a game), pass 
completions (279), pass attempts (431), passing yards (3499), and in punting 
average (43 8 yards a kick). He was second in the league in TD passes (26), 
and TDs responsible for (28). 

Jermaine Lewis led the league in receivmg (6.5 catches a game) and 
receivmg yards (957) before being hurt. He is not listed on NCAA or ACC 
statistics wrap-ups because he did not play in 75 percent of the games. He 
was second in TD receptions (7). 

Russ Weaver led the league in receptions with 69. filling some of the slack 
left by Lewis's injury. 

Team 

First among the league schools m passmg offense (347.5 yards a game). 

Second among the league schools in total offense (434.1 yards a game) and 
first downs per game (23.32). and net punting (38.1), and third m punt 
returns (10.1) and third down conversions (.475 percent). 



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54 

Stephen Ingram 

Offensive Tackle 
Sr.* 6-5 300 
Seat Pleasant, Md. 
Major: Criminal Justice 
High School: DuVal 

Co-Captain 

All-America Candidate 
Outland Trophy Nominee 
All-ACC Candidate 

At Maryland: Coach Duffner 
considers Ingram the team's best 
player whose dominating play and 
talent should earn him national 
post-season honors ... He is the first 
Terrapin offensive tackle to qualify 
for national post-season selection 
since 1985 ... For his outstanding 



play as a starting lineman for three 
years, and because he is 
considered one of the nations' best 
offensive tackles in the country, 
Ingram has been picked on several 
pre-season All-America teams by 
national publications ... He was a 
third team pick as the ACCSWA 
selectors chose those playing in 
post-season games ... Encouraged by 
many to enter the NFL supplemental 
draft last sprmg, he declined ... He 
made it emphatic that he wanted to 
play his senior year for Duffner and 
with the veteran and experienced 
line, most of whom will be playing 
together for the third straight year ... 
The three-year starter has anchored 
this line the past two years that 
allowed for over 10,000 yards in 
Total Offense ... The three-time 
letter winner missed the entire 1991 
season after suffering a fracture of 
his right leg and a sprain of his right 
ankle m the first quarter of the 
season opener September 7 against 
Virginia in Byrd Stadium ... He was 
granted a medical redshirt, thus 
giving him senior eligibility entering 
the 1994 season ... Earned the Most 
Outstanding Lineman Award at the 
Terrapins' annual banquet. 

1993: Starter in every game ... Led 
Maryland in three of four ratings for 
offensive linemen - cut blocks, 
pancake blocks, TD blocks ... Had 
the fewest mmus plays of any 
offensive lineman, by far ... Offensive 
Player of the Week as selected by 





Stephen Ingram and coach exult. As captain, Ingram seeks more positive post-games. 



the coaches for the opening game 
against Virginia ... Offensive Player 
of the Week in victory versus Duke 
on October 16 ... Played every down 
until contusion of left arm limited 
him m second half of Clemson, 
October 30 ... Returned full tilt 
against Florida State on October 6 
and tallied an outstanding game 
against N.C. State on November 13. 

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 second in 
the nation in passing (329.8 yards 
per game) and tops in the ACC and 
fourth m the nation in total offense 
(466 yards per game) ... Starter at 
Virginia after sitting out exactly one 
year following leg injury against 
Hoo's m '91 ... Four cut blocks and 
one pancake block against N.C. State 
... One cut block and three 
knockdowns in solid performance at 
West Virginia Named Coaches 
Co-Offensive Player of the Week 
versus the Mountaineers ... Again 



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Ingram's Statistics 






1993 Totals 








Cutblocks 


Pancake Blocks 


Knockdown Block 


TD Blocks 


Va 11 








2 


NC 7 











WV 7 


4 


1 





VaT 3 


2 








PSU 4 





1 





GaT 4 


1 


4 





Duke 3 


1 


2 


2 


Clem 4 


2 








FSU 6 





2 


1 


NCSU 2 


2 


2 


3 


WF 1 


1 


3 





Totals 52 


13 


15 


8 



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 versus Wake Forest 
Two cut blocks vs Duke ... Coaches 
Offensive 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 
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 
Football 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 nght 
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 ... Moved to 
offensive line in preseason camp 

1989: Spent redshirt season playing 
defensive tackle 



At DuVal: A three-time all-League 
selection ... Following his senior 
season, 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 in 
basketball ... Member of the Honor 
Roll. 

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





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Jermaina Lewis 

Wide Receiver 
Jr. 5-9 170 
Lanham, Md. 

Major: Undergraduate Studies 
High School: Eleanor 
Roosevelt 

All-America Candidate 
All-ACC Candidate 



At Maryland: Was a second-team 
All-ACC selection last year despite 
being in)ured and missing the last 
three games of the season . .. He was 
not listed in the final league 
statistics because he did not play 
enough games to qualify as required 
by the league ... However, he did 
lead the league in receiving yards 
(957) and average yards per catch 
(18.4) ... At the time of his injury, he 
led the league in receptions (52) and 
was second in TD catches (7) ... Off 
his brilliant performance last year, 
he goes mto his junior season as the 
Terrapins' second ranked all-time in 
receivmg yards (957) for a season ... 
He also ranks third all-time m TD 
catches for a season (7). 

1993: Solid start to season vs. 
Virginia on September 4, with game 
leading seven catches, 94 yards and 
one TD, along with two punt returns 
and a kickoff return He next 
exploded at North Carolina with his 
season-high nine receptions, 250 
yards and a pair of touchdowns, one 
for 67 yards ... His long catch was 
for 78 yards After this second 
game, he led the ACC in receptions, 
yards, and Td's ... The 78-yard 





Jermaine Lewis: A football player more than a sprinter, he still 
gets his speed checked by the authorities. 



reception was the longest for 
Maryland since James Milling's 
88-yard catch versus Carolina in 
1986 His 67-yard TD catch was 
the longest in four years ... The 250 
yards receiving was one-yard shy of 
the school mark of 251 set by 
Maicus Badgett in 1992 ... The nine 
catches ranks 8th on the all-time list 
for single game receptions ... 
Coaches voted him Co-Offensive 
Player of the Game ... Strong outing 
against West Virginia catching six 
passes for 145 yards and three 
touchdowns, one for 80 yards in the 
first period, the longest TD catch in 
seven years ... The three scores 
receiving, tied the school record for 
TD receptions in a game ... Next, 
Virginia Tech did manage to keep 
mm out of the end zone, but he had 
his third straight 100-yard plus day 
with another nine-catch outing and 
128 yards ... Continued to lead 
league in receptions, yards, Td's, 
all-purpose yards and scoring ... 
Ranked first in nation in receiving 
yards per game and sixth in 
all-purpose running With Perm 
State playing Byrd for the final time 
in the current series, Lewis 
continued to be Milanovich's main 
target as he caught six for 53 yards 
... Not thrown to a lot at Georgia 
Tech, but still hauled in four 
receptions for another over 100-yard 



game with 105 yards that included 
the game long reception of 65 yards 
... Against Duke on October 16, he 
had six receptions, 126 yards and 
one TD, a 47-yarder in the second 
quarter to give the Terps a 13-6 lead, 
paving the way for the Terps' first 
victory of the season as well as in 
Byrd on Homecoming Day ... The 126 
receivmg yards made Lewis only the 
second player in school history to 
have five- 100 yard receivmg games 
in a season ... After his seventh 
game, he continued to lead the ACC 
in receptions, yards, Td's and second 
in average per catch (19.2) ... In 
what would be his final game of the 
season, he suffered a separated 
shoulder after he caught his fifth 
pass with five minutes to play in the 
first half against Clemson This 
fifth catch for 56 yards gave him his 
final total of 52 receptions for 957 
yards He still led the ACC in 
receptions, yards and second in 
all-purpose yardage following his 
season ending (8 games) visit to 
Death Valley. 

1992: Enjoyed a spectacular season 
as a true freshman Starred on 
special teams vs Georgia Tech, 
downing a punt mside the five, 
blocking a punt and scoring his first 
collegiate touchdown on a 42-yard 
return Made four catches as the 



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Terps won at Duke Had a season 
high seven catches versus North 


tne nation ,.. was tne iay<; National 
Scholastic Indoor 200-meter dash 




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champion breaking the 200 meter 




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Came within two yards of the 


Track and Field Magazine Indoor 


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all-time kickoff return yardage record 


"Athlete of the Year" ... Was the 


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1991 Gatorade Circle of Champion 








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Clemson Lewis' 69-yard 
touchdown in the second quarter 


senior years . Rushed for over 1.000 
yards during his senior year, playing 


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saw the freshman turn a short gainer 


six games, averaging 170 yards per 




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At Eleanor Roosevelt: He won the 
state 4 A title in the 200 and 100 


featuring the all-star players of 
Maryland and Pennsylvania. 








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meter dashes in consecutive years ... 


Personal: Born 10/16/74 Jermaine is 










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1992 


Rec 


Yds 


TD 


LG 


1992 No. 


Yds 


TD LG 


k Wl Ml am 1 


NCS 


4 


26 





14 


FSU 6 


157 


31 


m ^9 S W^^^ m 


Pitt 


3 


36 





25 


Clem 4 


111 


33 




WF 


1 


22 





22 


'92 Totals 10 


268 


33 


Duke 


4 


40 





14 








UNC 


7 


42 





21 


1993 No. 


Yds 


TD LG 


1 1 r ~m 


FSU 


6 


79 


1 


38 


VA 1 


18 


18 


W Jkm 


Clem 


5 


101 


1 


69 


'93 Totals 1 


18 


18 


*H 


92 Totals 


30 


346 


2 


69 


Caieer Totals 11 
Punt Returns 


286 


33 




1993 


Rec 


Yds 


TD 


LG 


1992 No. 


Yds 


TD LG 




VA 


7 


94 


1 


44 


Va. 1 


42 


1 42 


^^j 


NC 


9 


250 


2 


78 










WV 


6 


145 


3 


80 


1993 






^H 


VaT 


9 


128 





32 


Va. 2 


20 


17 




PSU 


6 


53 





13 










GaT 


4 


105 





65 


Caieer 3 


62 


1 42 


*?J 


Duke 


6 


126 


1 


47 








Bk b 


Clem 


5 


56 





16 








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'93 Totals 


52 


957 


7 


80 








jf^fr 


Caieer 


82 


1303 


9 


80 













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13 

Scott Milanovich 

Quarterback 

Jr.* 6-4 220 

Butler, Pa. 

Major: Criminal Justice 

High School: Butler 

All-America Candidate 

All-ACC Candidate 

Davey O'Brien Award 

Candidate 

At Maryland: Already one of the 
country's most prolific quarterbacks 
... Football News Sophomore Second 
Team All-America ... Named ACC 
Third Team Quarterback behind 
Heisman Trophy winner Charlie 
Ward and North Carolina's Jason 
Stamcek ... Among quarterbacks in 
the nation returning in 1994, he 
ranks first in completions and 
attempts, second in TD passes, third 
in yards and sixth m passing 
efficiency ... Broke several Maryland 
game and season records and led 
the Atlantic Coast Conference in 
several categories ... He was the 
second leading single season passer 
in ACC history, fourth in season 
completion's and third in total 
offense ... Ranks first all-time at 
Maryland in passing yards in a 
season (3,499) ... Ranks first all-time 
with 26 TD's in a season ... His 
completion percentage of .647 ranks 
first all-time as does his 29 TD's he 
was responsible for in 1993 ... He 
ranks second all-time at Maryland in 
total offense and m completions in a 
season at Maryland ,.. His 498 yards 
against Virginia Tech broke the 
school record for passing yards in a 
game ... His accurate arm was as 
dangerous as his foot as he took on 
the team's punting duties ... He 
recorded a 43.8 average which was 
sixth best in the nation and earned 
ACC First Team Punter honors ... 
Between passing and punting, he 
accounted for more yards (5,627) in 
one season than anyone m ACC 



history He also recorded season 
bests in the ACC in yards passing, 
passes attempted, passes completed, 
TD passes, total offense yards, 
offensive plays and he had the 
year's longest punt, 67 yards in the 
season finale versus Wake Forest. 

1993: Started every game and broke 
several Maryland single game and 
season records Finished second in 
the ACC in passing efficiency rating 
... First career start came against 
Virginia in the season opener He 
connected on 19 of 33 for 253 yards 
and two touchdowns He also 
recorded six punts for 284 yards for 
an average of 47.3 as he was named 
Special Teams Player of the Game by 
the Coaches ...On September 11 
against North Carolina, he set a 
then school record for completions in 
a game with 34 and tied school 
marks for TD passes in a game with 
five, TDs responsible for in a game 
with six and TD passes in 
back-to-back games with seven ... 
His 67-yard TD pass and his 78-yard 
pass was the longest since 1986 
Was Named Co-Offensive Player of 
the Week and for the second 
consecutive week he was tabbed 





Scott Milanovich: According to his coach, the yards kept coming, 
even though everyone knew he had to pass a lot. 



Special Teams Player of the Game ... 
Against West Virginia he tied the 
school mark again for TD passes in a 
game (5) and broke school records 
for completions in a game (35) and 
passing yards in a game (451) ... 
Also set total offense mark (451 
yards) ... Completed an 80-yarder to 
Jermaine Lewis, the longest pass 
play at Maryland since 1986 ... Voted 
ACC Offensive Backfield Player of 
the Week and came out of the week 
leading the league in pass attempts, 
yards thrown, TDs thrown and 
punting average ... Became first QB 
in history of league to have two five 
TD games back-to-back ... Voted 
with Lewis to receive weekly AT&T 
Long Distance Award for 80 yard 
strike .. Voted Offensive Player of 
the Week by coaches ... Led NCAA 
statistics in passing yards (1109) and 
TDs (12) following WVU ... Against 
Virginia Tech, he threw for a school 
record 498 yards, he broke his own 
total offense mark with 516 yards 
and became the first Terrapin 
quarterback to throw for 14 TD 
passes in three games ... Selected 
Offensive Player of the Game by the 
coaching staff Had toughest 
outing against Perm State going 19 
of 25 for 158 yards . Had seven 
punts for 306 yards for a 43.7 
average and long kick of 61 yards ... 
Against Georgia Tech, he was 20 of 
34 for 261 yards ... On October 16 
against Duke, he threw the second 



24 



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best completion percentage in school 
history (31 of 38 for 81 6) He also 
ended a two-game TD drought, 
connecting on two TD's and 
recording 427 yards, his fourth game 
over 400 yards Selected ECAC 
Player of the Week Offensive 
Player of the Week as voted by the 
coaches Tied school season mark 
for TD passes in only the seventh 
game of the season Led ACC in 
passing yards, completions, TDs 
thrown, attempts, total offense and 
second in punting ... Second 
nationally in total offense ... 
Completed 19 of 31 against Clemson 
for 223 yards Five punts for 203 
yards and 40 6 average Accurate 
game against Florida State, 
connecting on 14 of 19 passes for 163 
yards atid two scores ... In tenth 
game of the season against N.C. 
State, he was 22 of 28 for 244 yards 
and two TDs ... He tallied four punts 
for 211 yards for a school record 
52 75 average Against Wake 
Forest, he capped off a 99-yard 
stomp down the field by throwing an 
eight-yard TD pass with no time 
remaining to Russ Weaver that won 
the game for the Terps', 33-32 ... In 
his last drive with 2:35 remaining, 
Milanovich was nine of 12 passing 
for 84 yards ... He ran for an out of 
bounds six yard keeper with 21 
seconds to play ... He set the school 
single game completions mark 
with 37 and tied game record for TD 
passes for third time during the 



Milanovich 's 


Statistics 




















1993 




























Comp 


Att 


Yds 


TD 


Int 


LG 


Pass Eff. 


Tot. Offense 


Punts 


Yds 


Avg. 


LG 


Va. 


19 


33 


253 


2 


2 


44 


1299 


256 


6 


284 


47.3 


55 


UNC 


34 


50 


405 


5 


1 


78 


165.0 


387 


6 


258 


43.0 


53 


WV 


35 


54 


451 


5 


1 


80 


1618 


451 


4 


165 


42 


62 


VaT 


29 


57 


498" 


4 


3 


67 


1369 


516 


4 


168 


42.0 


62 


PSU 


19 


32 


158 





3 


14 


82.1 


123 


7 


306 


43.7 


61 


GaT 


20 


34 


261 





2 


65 


105.7 


224 


4 


169 


42.3 


49 


Duke 


31 


38 


427 


2 


2 


67 


184.4 


402 


4 


172 


43.0 


58 


Clem 


19 


31 


223 





1 


44 


115.3 


230 


5 


203 


40.6 


47 


FSU 


14 


19 


163 


2 





50 


180 5 


166 


2 


43 


21.5 


26 


NCS 


22 


28 


244 


1 





41 


163.6 


250 


4 


211 


52.7* 


60 


WF 


37' 


55 


416 


5 


2 


66 


153 5 


423 


4 


210 


52.5 


67 


Total 


279 


431 


3,499' 


26' 


17 


80 


144.5 


3437 


50 


2,189 


43.8 


67 


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 














Totals 


17 


30 


232 


1 


2 


33 














Career 


296 


461 


3,731 


27 


19 


80 






50 


2,989 


43.8 


67 


• School Records 

























season with five ... For second time 
in the season he won the AT&T Long 
Distance Award, this time for 
averaging 52.5 yards for four punts, 
which mcluded his season and career 
long, 67 yards 

1992: Played in four games as the 
No. 2 quarterback ... His first action 
came in his home state against Penn 
State, when Kaleo was in]ured in the 
third quarter ... He was intercepted 
on his first pass attempt, but settled 
down nicely hitting seven of 15 
passes for 128 yards and a 



touchdown The TD play came on a 
30-yard reception by Frank Wycheck 
... Inserted late in the second half 
against Georgia Tech and was three 
of six passing ... Tallied his best 
game going seven of nine passing for 
73 yards against Florida State, 
although the game had long been 
decided before he entered ... He also 
ran the offense on the final series in 
the Terps' huge win over Clemson. 

1991: A redshirt year Seemed 
destmed to become the first True 
Freshman to quarterback the Terps 



Milanovich in the ACC Record Books 

All-Atlantic Coast Conference first team punter 

All-Atlantic Coast Conference third team quarterback 

Between passing and punting, he accounted for more yards (5,627) in one season than anyone in ACC history 

Led ACC in pass completions (279), passing yards (3,499), TD passes (26), total offense (3,437) and puntmg average (43.8) 

Second all-time in pass efficiency career rating (144 5) 

Second leading single season passer in ACC history (3,449) 

Fourth all-time in the ACC m season completions (279) 

Third all-time m ACC history m total offense (3,437) 

Milanovich in the Maryland Record Books 

NCAA 

Third in the nation in completions (279) 
Fifth in the nation m passing yardage (3,499) 
Sixth best in the nation m puntmg average (43.8) 

Season 

First all-time in passing yards in a season (3.499) 
First all-time with TD's m a season (26) 
First all-time in completion percentage (.647) 
First all-time with TD's responsible for (29) 
Second all-time m total offense (3,437) 
Second all-time in completions m a season (279) 

Game 

Set all-time record with 498 passmg yards against Virginia Tech (9/25/93) 

Set all-time record with 516 total offense yards against Virginia Tech (9/25/93) 

Set all-time record for completions (37) in a game against Wake Forest (11/20/93) 

Tied school record on three occasions with five TD's in a game 

Tied school record by being responsible for six TD's m a game against North Carolina (9/11/94) 

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since Mark Manges in 1974 ... But, 
the coaching staff changed their 
minds and decided to have Scott 
redshirt the entire season ... During 
the season, he was listed as high as 
second on the depth chart ... Made 
every road trip. 

At Butler: A three-year letterman in 
football, two m baseball and one in 
track ... Captained the football team 
his senior year ... He was judged as 
one of the two best quarterback 
recruits out of Pennsylvania in 1991 
by many scouting services ... A first 
team all-State and all-Conference 
selection by the Associated Press ... 
Honored as a first team pick both his 
junior and senior years on the 
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Fabulous 22 
... Also named to the Pittsburgh 
Press Finest 44 his senior season ... 
Chosen by the Pittsburgh Press as 
the 1990 Player of the Year ... Also 
chosen Player of the Year by 
KDKA-TV ... Named the Pittsburgh 
North Player of the Year ... As a 
senior, he completed 14 of 226 
passes for 1,520 yards. 19 
touchdowns and only seven 
interceptions ... He also punted for 
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 career ... Led Butler to a 10-2-1 
record and a No. 9 ranking in the 
state, leading the team to the tough 
WPIAL 4A Championship ... Played in 
the "Big 33" game, featuring 
Maryland all-stars against 
Pennsylvania all-stars. 

Personal: Born 1/25/73. Scott is the 
son of Penny and Gary Milanovich. 
His father was a former coach at 
Butler High School and is presently 
athletic director there. 



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77 

Jamie Bragg 

Center 

Sr.* 6-1 275 

Sevema Park, Md. 

Major: Agriculture & Resource 

Economics 
High School: Sevema Park 

Co-Captain 

At Maryland: Started all eleven 
games last season and has played in 
28 of 33 games datmg back to 
September, 1991 ... Is one of the five 
returning starters that return on the 
offensive line ... Is the strongest on 



the team as he recorded a total lift 
(clean, bench, squat) of 1,424 pounds 
... The fastest of the Terp's offensive 
linemen, as he tallied a 4.89 in the 
40 yard dash ... Tremendous leader 
and puts his team and teammates in 
front of himself ... A true model 
example of an athlete ... Work ethic 
is exemplary ... Has made 
tremendous progress in the weight 
room, gaming more than 50 pounds 
since his freshman year. 

1993: Started all eleven games and 
made every snap ... Second on the 
team in cut blocks (49) and 
knockdown blocks (18) ... Also made 
eight pancake blocks and four 
touchdown blocks ... Tallied a 
season-best nine cut blocks in 
season-opener against Virginia and 
won Helmet Award for the best hit 
on the line of scrimmage ... Six cut 
blocks against North Carolina and 
West Virginia Also tallied three 
knockdown blocks against the 
Mountaineers ... Seven cut blocks 
against Virginia Tech and again 
awarded the Helmet Award for best 
pancake block on the lme ... Three 
knockdown blocks against Perm 
State and Georgia Tech Two 
touchdown blocks and six cut blocks 





Captain Jamie Bragg: A leader by example, he also vocalizes his 
leadership, anytime, any place. 



at home against Duke ... Three cut 
blocks against Clemson ... One cut 
block, one pancake block, two 
knockdown blocks and a touchdown 
stop against No. 1 Florida State ... 
Six cut blocks, one pancake block, 
three knockdown blocks and one 
touchdown block against N.C. State 
... Four cut blocks, one pancake 
block and one knockdown block 
against Wake Forest. 

1992: Coaching staff moved Bragg 
from defensive line to offensive line 
during spring practice because of 
his speed and strength ... Despite 
not ever having played offense 
before, he took quickly to the 
offensive guard position ... He was 
the backup to Jade Dubis at center 
at West Virginia ... Also played 
guard ... Played for the first time as 
an offensive back at Penn State 
when he occupied the fullback 
position m full house backfield for 
in-close scoring ... Also played 
center at Penn State, recording one 
knockdown block ... Played center at 
Duke, getting two cut blocks ...A 
season best of three cut blocks came 
against North Carolina ... Played 
guard, center, nose guard and ran 



nine yards with a fumblerooski 
against Florida State Against the 
Semmoles, he came from his right 
guard position, scooped up the 
fumblerooski 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 Semmoles ... Had TD 
block vs. Clemson in 11th game ... 
Totaled 10 cut blocks on season, four 
pancakes, four knockdowns and two 
TD blocks. 

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 season. 

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 Fahse. 



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David Hack 

Offensive Guard 

Sr.' 6-6 285 

Holland, N.Y. 

Major: Kinesiological Sciences 

High School: St. Francis 

At Maryland: The starter at nght 
guard for the second consecutive 
season ... High on the list for All-Star 
consideration ... Came to Maryland as 
a tight end but was moved to the 
offensive line prior to the 1991 
season ... Has the potential to 
become one of the Terps' top all-time 
offensive lineman. 

1993: Started all 11 games and led 
the team with 21 knockdown blocks 
... Played every down through the 
first seven games of the season 
when he suffered a knee sprain 
versus Clemson Monster day 
versus N.C. State with five cut 




David Hack: As much as Ingram 
the reason the offensive line is 
proclaimed the strength of the 
team. 



blocks, three pancake blocks, seven 
knockdown blocks and one 
touchdown block Had the most 
high graded blocks in any game by 
any lineman versus the Wolfpack ... 
Strong game with 10 cut blocks and 
two touchdown blocks in the victory 
versus Duke Won the Helmet 
Award against West Virginia for 
best hit from the line of scrimmage 
when he threw a block for Scott 
Milanovich on a long scramble ... 
Enjoyed seven different games with 
six graded blocks ... Top games of 16 
graded blocks versus N.C. State and 
15 versus Duke 

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

1991: Appeared in all 11 games as a 
redshirt freshman ... Among the top 
rookies in the ACC ... Named the 
ACC Rookie of the Week following 
his performance versus Wake Forest 
... Graded out at 81 percent with 
three pancake blocks and a 
touchdown block versus the Demon 
Deacons ... His touchdown block led 
to Maryland's winning score with 
1:34 remaining ... Became a starter in 
the seventh game of the season 
versus Duke ... As a starter, he 
graded at a team high 85% versus 
North Carolina Had five 
knockdown blocks versus No 18 
Penn State ... Graded at 80% 
versus Virginia. 85% versus 
Syracuse, and 80% versus West 
Virginia 

1990: A redshirt season. 

At St. Francis: A first team 
All-Catholic league selection his 
semor season as a tight end ... Team 
captain as a senior ... First team 
All-Western New York his senior year 
... Chosen to the list of Top-40 
All-Amencans from the Northeastern 
United States ... 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. 




46 

Ratclifff Thomas 

Inside Linebacker 
So. 6-1 215 
Woodbridge, Va. 
Major: Letters & Sciences 
High School: T.C. Williams 
Hargrave Military Academy 

At Maryland: Football News 
Freshman All- America last season ... 
Earned votes for ACC Rookie of the 
Year ... Expected to be a dominant 
factor on defense ... Intelligent player 
with unlimited potential ... Strong 
and quick ... Was eighth in the ACC 
last season in total tackles, averaging 
nearly ten hits a game ... Earned 
ACC Weekly honors for his 17 hits 
against No. 1 ranked Florida State on 
November 6 ... Tremendous work 
ethic ... Strong m the weight room, 
always improving. 

1993: His defensive debut at 
Maryland was outstanding ... As a 
true freshman, Thomas led Maryland 
in tackles (107) and was the first in 
memory to lead an ACC team in such 
a manner ... Led team in tackles 
seven times ... Recorded four TFLs of 
-16 yards ... Started every game ... 
Recorded 10 or more hits on five 
occasions with a season best of 17 
total tackles (12 initial) at home 



Thomas' Statistics 




1993 UT AT 


TT 


TFL 


VA" 7 2 


9 





UNC 5 1 


6 


1/3 


WV 7 4 


11 





VaT* 10 4 


14 


1/1 


PSU 2 1 








GT 8 


8 





DUK 6 7 


13 





CLM* 10 3 


13 


1/4 


FSU" 12 5 


17 





NCS' 7 1 


8 





WF 3 2 


5 


1/8 


93 Totals 77 30 


107 


4/16 


'Led team in tackles 







against No 1 ranked Florida State 
and earned ACC Rookie of the Week 
honors Earned team's Defensive 
Player of the week in first collegiate 
game against Virginia, makrng seven 
inital tackles and two assisted ... 
Also won the Helmet Award for his 
hit on scrimmage play against 
Virginia Five initial hits against 
North Carolina Seven initial hits 
and four assisted against West 
Virginia and earned Coaches 
Defensive Player of the Week award 

Ten initial hits against Clemson 
and three assisted Recorded many 
outstanding performances throughout 
the season 

At T.C. Williams: Awarded the 
prestigious Northern Vugirua 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 teams ... 
Ranked as the No. 1 player in the 
region ... A Blue-Chip All- American ... 
Won the coveted Touchdown and 
Pigskin Club's award as high school 
Defensive Player of the Year ... Was 
named to the George Michael 
"Golden 11" all-star team ... Selected 
to the Fairfax Hall of Fame ... On the 
basketball court, he was selected to 
various all-star teams and was voted 
Alexandria Player of the Year. 

At Hargrave Military Academy: 

Aided by his 4.5 speed, he was 
credited with 74 tackles, 4 sacks and 
one interception. 

Personal: Bom 1/2/74. Ratchff is the 
son of Rose and Ratchff Thomas. Sr. 




Ratcliff Thomas: It didn't make 
any difference to him, he took 
them all on as a true frosh — 
including the national 
champions. 



27 



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86 

Russ Weaver 

Slot receiver 
Sr.* 6-3 215 
Monroeville, Pa. 
Major: Finance 
High School: Gateway 

All-ACC Candidate 

At Maryland: Had an unbelievable 
season in 1993 after playing in all but 
three games as a sophomore ... His 
sure hands earned him starting 
assignments in all 11 games ... He 
responded by playing as one of the 
ACC and Nation's top receivers ... 
His 69 receptions led the ACC in 
receptions per game (6.3), and placed 
him tenth in the nation ... The 69 
receptions was second best in the 
ACC behind FSU's Kez McCorvey ... 
Unless he repeats or betters last 
year's "Unsung Hero" outstanding 
performance, he will have the life 
long memory of the final catch of his 
junior season against Wake Forest ... 
His all-alone touchdown catch of 
eight yards with no time left to play 
won the game for the Terps, 33-32 ... 



Russ Weaver: He came to 
Maryland unnoticed as a 
Division 111 transfer, joining his 
high school quarterback in 
College Park. Then the 
quarterback transferred to 
Memphis State, and Weaver 
stayed to lead the ACC in 
receptions. 

Not only was it the winning 
touchdown catch, but it was his 
game and career high 14th catch ... 
This tied the all-time Terps record for 
most receptions in a game held by 
another clutch receiver Frank 
Wycheck, 1990 versus, Virginia Tech 
... Weaver twice was one of three 
Terrapin receivers to gain over 100 
yards in game ... No team in league 
history had been abled to make the 
claim of having three 100-yard 
receivers m a game ... The 1991 
transfer from John Carroll University 
is an All-ACC Academic Honor Roll 
Selection. 



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 


1993 


Rec 


Yds 


TD 


LG 


Va. 


2 


16 





12 


UNC 


4 


28 





13 


WV 


7 


70 





17 


VaT 


5 


59 


1 


17 


PSU 


8 


69 





14 


GaT 


8 


79 





19 


Duke 


7 


72 





19 


Clem 


6 


58 





15 


FSU 


1 


5 





5 


NCS 


7 


45 





13 


WF 


14 


105 


1 


16 


'93 Totals 


69 


606 


2 


19 


Career 


73 


668 


2 


29 



1993: Starter in every game ... Two 
catches for 16 yards in season opener 
against Virginia ... Won Helmet 
Award versus North Carolina for hit 
on a sweep play ... Also made four 
catches ... Seven catches for 70 yards 
against West Virginia ... Made five 
catches including one for a 
touchdown against Virginia Tech ... 
Eight catches against Penn State and 
Georgia Tech Had seven grabs 
against Duke and six against 
Clemson ... One catch against No. 1 
Florida State ... Seven catches 
against N.C. State for 45 yards ... 
Season-high of 14 catches and 105 
yards against Wake Forest ... His 14 
catches tied a school record ... 
Caught an 8-yard TD pass from QB 
Scott Milanovich with no time 
remaining, to beat Wake Forest, 
33-32 in season finale. 

1992: A regular back-up in the 
receiving rotation, he saw action in 
nine games ... Excelled against 
Florida State where he caught two 
passes for a career best 58 yards . 
Caught four passes for 60 yards, a 
15.0 average which was good for 
second on the squad. 

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 ... Four-time letter winner 
m soccer, three in basketball and two 
each in football and volleyball 
Much decorated as a football kicker 
and wide receiver ... Selected to the 
Pittsbuigh Post Gazette East 
Fabulous 22 Team as a receiver m 
1990 ... Chosen by the Pittsburgh 
Press to the All-East first team in 
1990 ... Captained basketball team 
two years and soccer team his senior 
year ... Was a 1990 All-Section pick in 
basketball ... As a soccer player, he 
was chosen All-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 played 
soccer at Lafayette College. 




20 

Allen Williams 

Superback 
Sr. 5-11 200 
Thomasville, Ga. 
High School: Thomasville 
Junior College: Georgia 
Military 

Doak Walker Award 
Nominee 

At Maryland: Listed as the 
pre-season starter at Superback ... A 
dangerous threat to Terp opponents 
... Made great strides throughout last 
season ... Earned his way into a 
starting role after senior Mark Mason 
was injured ... Totaled 242 yards on 
53 carries m final three games of 
season ... Strong and quick athlete ... 
Recorded the highest ranking ever at 
Maryland in the weight room (710 
pound squat) ... Lifted a total of 1,355 
pounds (330 clean; 315 bench; 710 
squat) ... Also recorded one of the 
fastest times in the 40-yard dash 
with a 4.55 mark. 

1993: Played in nine games and 
started one ... Earned time on 
defensive backfield early because of 
his fme special teams play ... Earned 
his way to offensive running back 
and was awarded a start against 
N.C. State Set school record for 
kickoff return yardage ... Ranked 
fourth in ACC and 18th nationally in 
kickoff returns ... Won Hammer 
Award for special teams hit against 
Virginia that caused fumble, he also 
recovered the fumble ... Won Special 
Teams Player of the Week honors vs. 
Perm State and played more at safety 
... Bruised thigh limited his play at 
Georgia Tech Came back to run 
ball from line of scrimmage for first 
time against Duke ... Ran four times 
for eight yards ... Exploded in 
offensive role at home against No. 1 
Florida State at superback Carried 



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the ball 30 times for 118 yards, tallied 
one reception for eight yards and 
three kickoff returns for 61 yards 
Earned the start against N.C. State 
and carried the ball 17 times for 93 
yards and a score ... Also made three 
catches for 16 yards ... Six carries 
against Wake Forest for 31 yards 

At Thomasville: One of the top 10 
total prospects in the state of 
Georgia when he came out of 
Thomasville A three-year starter at 
running back . Captained the team 
his senior year A serious car 
accident his sophomore year limited 
his playing time ...A track letterman 



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 
Carolina and Arkansas also 
expressed interest 

Personal: Born 9/17/72, Allen is the 
son of Gail Patricia and Allen 
Williams. 



Williams 


' Statistics 






























Rushing 






1993 


UT 


AT 


TT 


KO Returns 


Yds 


LG 


Att 


Yds 


TD 


LG 


Va, 


1 





1 























VaT 


3 





3 


4 


90 


40 














PSU 


2 


2 


4 


6 


182 


49 














GaT 











6 


103 


22 














Duke 


1 





1 


3 


40 


18 


4 


8 





7 


Clem 


1 





1 


5 


113 


30 


1 


1 





1 


FSU 











3 


61 




30 


118 





20 


NCS 











1 


4 


4 


17 


93 


1 


17 


WF 











6 


31 


8 


6 


31 





8 


'93 totals 


8 


2 


10 


34 


624 


49 


58 


251 


1 


20 




AUen Williams: The crash in his pickup was so bad, and the 
injuries so extensive, that football seemed a speck on the horizon. 
It's a speck no longer for the starting running back. 




Terprofiles 




83 

Eiek Barron 

Defensive Back 

Fr. 4 5-10 180 

Silver Spring, Md. 

Major: English 

High School: Springbrook 

At Maryland: Will gain more 
experience this season playing a 
backup role for the Terps. 

1993: A redshirt season. 

At Springbrook: Two year 
letterwinner in football and track ... 
Football squad enjoyed a 9-0 mark in 
1992 winning the conference 
championship ... Played with Terp 
classmate Chaney MiTner ... Named a 
National Achievement Scholar ... 
Member of chess club. 

Personal: Bom 2/20/74. Erek is the 
son of Melody and Brad Carson. 




81 

David Beach 

Inside Receiver 
Sr. 5-11 165 
Hyattsville, Md. 
Major: Criminal Justice 
High School: DeMatha 

At Maryland: A walk-on in 1992 ... 
Will see spot duty. 

At DeMatha: Lettered two years 
each in football and baseball ... He 
was a first team All-Pnnce George's 
County pick and a first team 
All-Metro selection m 1989 for coach 
Bill McGregor. 

Personal: Born 6/21/72. David is the 
son of Kris and Danny Beach. 



43 

Jason Brown 

Defensive Lineman 
So. 6-2 220 
White Springs, Fla. 
Major: Letters & Sciences 
High School: Hamilton County 

At Maryland: Second on the depth 
chart at defensive end behind Al 
Wallace ... One of nine true freshmen 
to play on defense in 1993. 

1993: Played as a true freshman as a 
backup at defensive end ... Was a 
starter against Virginia Tech and 
had his best game ... Won the team 
Hammer Award for the best hit on 
special teams ... Around the ball the 
entire game versus VPI - he 




registered four unassisted tackles 
and his first career sack ... Best 
game may have closed the season at 
Wake Forest with four unassisted 
tackles and a sack ... Played well 
against Clemson with one tackle 
behind the lme of scrimmage ... Two 
quarterback sacks were good for 
second on the team while his three 
tackles for lost yardage were among 
the team leaders ... Totaled three 
tackles for lost yards for a net total 
of minus 19 yards 

At Hamilton County: An All-State 
selection following his senior season 
... Selected the Defensive Player of 
the Year by the Florida Athletic 
Coaches Association in 1992 ... Led 
Hamilton County of Jasper to a 9-2 
record his senior year and a 10-1 
slate his jumor year ... Played in the 
post-season Peach Bowl II All-Star 
game following his senior season ... 
Team won the annual Rotary Bowl 
his ]umor season ... A three-year 
letterwinner in football and 
weightliftmg ... Captained both 
teams his senior year ... Qualified for 
the state championships m weight 
lifting his last three years of high 
school ... Won first place in the 
school's science fair in 1990, and 
finished second in 1992 ... Member 
of the academic honor roll. 

Personal: Born 11/21/74 ... Jason is 
the son of Shirley and James Brown 



Brown's 


Statistics 


1993 UT 


AT TT Sacks TFL 


UNC 1 


12 


WVa 3 


14 


VaT 4 


4 1 (-6) 1 (-6) 


Clem 1 


10 1 (-1) 


FSU 





NCSU 


110 


WF 4 


4 1 (-12) 1 (-12) 


Totals 13 


3 16 2 (-18) 3 (-19) 



Jason Brown: He waited at the start of his true freshman season 
for playing time, and before long was a starter at end. 



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Terprofiles 




44 

Tim Btown 

Inside Linebacker 
Jr. 5-11 210 

Statesville, N.C. 
Major: Letters & Sciences 
High School: Statesville 
Fork Union Military Academy 

At Maryland: Will see a great deal of 
playing time this season ... Has 
shown flashes of terrific play ... 
Played a great deal and started one 
game as a freshman ... Could be a 
valuable asset to the defense 

1993: Played in nine games and 
started one ... Made 34 total tackles 
including 18 uutial hits and 16 
assists ... Iniured knee kept him 
sidelined for Perm State and Georgia 
Tech Tallied 13 tackles at 
Clemson including seven solo hits 
Started game against Florida State 
and chalked up two initial and two 
assisted tackles Recorded four 
initial hits against N.C. State and 
seven total tackles in last game of 
the season vs Wake Forest 

1992: Finished the year with 22 
tackles, tops among rookie 
classmates ... Played in his 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, including a season-best 
three solo hits 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 
linebacker letterman ... A two-time 
first team All-Conference, 
All-Piedmont, and All-Northwest 
selection ... Led the team in tackles 
with 180. including 146 initial hits 
and 34 assisted ... He garnered 
second team All-State honors ... Had 




Tim Brown: Too good to keep on the bench as a true hosh he is 
chasing a starting job for a third straight year as a junior. 



13 tackles for loss, and recovered six 
fumbles ... Named the best 
linebacker on the squad ... His 
outstanding defensive play 
contributed greatly to leading the 
team to the State 3A championship 
game, and finished as state 
runner-up with a 13-2 tally. 

At Fork Union: Led the team with 
119 tackles ... Returned an 
mterception for a touchdown ... Also 



led the team in fumble recoveries 
with four . . . Named to the Max 
Emphinger's Top 66 Atlantic Coast 
team. 

Personal: Bom 11/20/71. Tim is the 
son of Hattie and Douglas Brown ... 
Brother Tony played football at 
Appalachian State. 



Brown's Statistics 








Game 


UT 


AT 


TT 


VA 


2 


1 


3 


NC 


1 


1 


2 


PSU 


Injured 






GT 


Injured 






DK 


2 


1 


3 


CL 


7 


6 


13 


FSU 


2 


2 


4 


NCS 


4 





4 


WF 


3 


4 


7 


93 Totals 


21 


15 


36 


Career 


29 


29 


58 



^* 




17 

Daniell Bull 

Punter 

Fr* 6-1 200 

Alexandria, Va. 

Major: General Business 

Administration 
High School: Mt. Vemon 

At Maryland: A walk-on who will 
challenge for punting duties ... 
Impressed the coaching staff with 
his punting abilities during spring 
practice. 

1993: A redslurt season. 

At Mt. Vemon: An All-State. 
All-Region and All-Distnct selection 
as a senior punter ... Earned three 
letters in football, and was team 
captain his senior season ... Also 
earned a varsity letter in lacrosse. 

Personal: Bom 5/6/74. Darnell is the 
son of Katie and Tom Bull. He is a 
member of the Fellowship of 
Chnstian Athletes. 



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Terproffiles 




Doug Burnett 

Superback 
Sr.* 5-8 190 
Laurel Springs, N.J. 
Major: Criminal Justice 
High School: Highland Mills 

At Maryland: Is the most 
expenenced superback in the 
program, having played the position 
for two seasons ... Is a very strong 
runner, and will contribute in the 
offensive backfield. 

1993: The third leading rusher while 
playing in 10 games ... Best game 
was against Georgia Tech as he ran 
for 20 yards and caught two passes 
for 12 yards ... Also ran well versus 
Clemson as he gained 20 yards on 



three carries including a career long 
carry of 18 yards ... Scored 
Maryland's first touchdown of the 
year on a five-yard run versus the 
Cavaliers. 

1992: Maryland's third leadmg rusher 
with 323 yards ... Tied his career best 
scoring six touchdowns ... Enjoyed 
his top career day versus Pittsburgh 
in the fifth week of the season as he 
gained 86 yards on 24 carries ... Also 
scored a touchdown to lead the 
Terps to the 47-34 victory ... Started 
and led Maryland in rushing versus 
Georgia Tech with 49 yards and 
again versus Duke with 63 ... Had a 
solid day versus West Virginia with 
25 yards on six carries ... Averaged 
3.4 yards on 94 carries ... Also caught 
mne passes for 83 yards, a 9.2 
average. 

1991: Played well as a redshirt 
freshman, appearing in 11 games ... 
Ran well against Penn State as he 
gamed 52 yards on six carries, to 
lead all Terp rushers ... Performance 
versus PSU would be his freshman 
year best ... Registered his first 
career statistic against West Virginia 
when he caught a pass for two yards 
... Started agamst Wake Forest and 
gamed 40 yards on eight carnes, a 
5.0 average ... Longest run of the 
year, 15 yards, came agamst Duke. 

1990: A redshirt season. 



Burnett's 


Statistics 








Rushing 










1993 


Att. 


Yds. 


Lg. 


TD 


Va. 


3 


13 


6 


1 


WVa 


2 


(-2) 


2 





VaT 


2 


10 


11 





PSU 


4 


16 








GaT 


6 


20 


9 





Duke 


4 


17 


7 





Clem 


3 


20 


18 





'93 Totals 


24 


94 


18 


1 


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 


160 


612 


18 


7 



At Highland Mills: An All-State 
selection as he rushed for 1,436 
yards and 19 touchdowns as a 
senior ... Chosen the offensive 
Player-of-the-Year in South Jersey by 
the Philadelphia Inquirer following 
his senior season ... A three-year 
starter who rushed for 2,600 yards 
and 42 touchdowns durmg his 



career ... Was the team's leadmg 
tackier as a senior, averaging nearly 
10 a game ... His high school coach, 
Don Reich, is the uncle of former 
Terp and now Buffalo Bills QB Frank 
Reich. 

Personal: Born 1/23/73. Doug is 
the son of Ruth and Douglas Burnett. 



Carter's Statistics 














Receiving 






Kickoff Returns 




1993 Rec. 


Yds. TD 


LG 


No. 


Yds. 


TD 


LG 


Va. 5 


57 


34 










UNC 6 


42 1 


31 


5 


98 





35 


WVU 3 


36 


22 


1 


18 





18 


VaT 2 


16 1 


11 


5 


85 





32 


PSU 2 


15 


8 


4 


55 





8 


GaT 2 


38 


30 










Duke 7 


61 


14 










Clem 1 


(-1) 


(-1) 










FSU 7 


61 


14 










NCSU 1 


10 


10 










WF 5 


35 


9 


1 


22 





22 


Totals 41 


370 2 


34 


16 


278 





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Andrew Carter 

Defensive Back 
So.* 5-10 180 
Stockton, Calif. 
Major: Letters & Sciences 
High School: Lincoln 

At Maryland: A fast, proven 
competitor who was moved from 
wide receiver to defensive back in 
spnng practice ... Adjusted well to 
the new position, and will be in the 
mix for a starting role ... Tremendous 
athlete ... Among Maryland's 
quickest players ... Solid kick 
returner ... He runs a 4.56 40-yard 
dash. 

1993: The 12th ranked receiver in 
the ACC and third on the team at 
inside slot receiver ... Caught 41 
passes for 370 yards ... Developed 
mto an excitmg kickoff returner ... 
Ranked eighth in league kickoffs ... 
Had 17 kick returns for 279 yards ... 
Career high seven catches versus 



Duke and Florida State ... Career 
high 61 reception yards versus Duke 
and Florida State Scored 
touchdowns versus North Carolina 
and Virginia Tech ... Enjoyed best 
day with 140 all-purpose yards (42 
rushing - 98 kickoff returns) versus 
UNC ... Recorded long kick return of 
35 yards, also versus the Tar Heels ... 
Season long reception of 34 yards 
came in first half of first game versus 
Virginia Caught at least one pass 
m each game, and averaged nearly 
four catches. 

1992: A redshirt season. 

At Lincoln: Was a Blue-Chip 
All-America selection following his 
senior season ... Was selected 
All-Region and All-Area and named 
the Most Valuable Player of his team 
following his jumor and senior 
seasons ... Earned the Coaches 
Award as a semor ... Lincoln won 
league and sectional championships 
his last two years with 10-1 and 9-2 
records ... Also MVP of the track 
team his semor season as he ranked 
third nationally in the long jump, 
23'5", m '90 and '91 ... Competed 
nationally in meets sponsored by 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 
Andrew Carter, Sr. 



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45 

Mario Chavez 

Inside Linebacker 
So* 6-2 220 
North Miami Beach, Fla. 
Major: Marketing 
High School: Msgr. Pace 

At Maryland: Elevated to second 
team nose tackle in spring practice, 
he is a more natural inside 
linebacker where he has spent two 
years practicing. 

1993: Backed-up at inside linebacker 

1992: A redshirt season. 

At Msgr. Pace: Miami Herald's Dade 
County Player of the Year ... 
Teammate of Farad Hall ... Three 
year letter winner in football and 
wrestling ... Second team all-state as 
a senior and all-Dade County ... third 
team all-state as a junior ... Led team 
in tackles as a senior ... District 
wrestling champion at 189 pounds ... 
listed in Who's Who Among High 
School Students. 

Personal: Born 11/2/73 Mano 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 
guard ... His uncle, Loz, played at 
Iona and with the Patriots (1986) and 
Dolphins (1987). 




Brian Cummings 

Quarterback 
Fr.* 6-0 185 
Eastchester, N.Y. 
Major: Letters & Sciences 
High School: Iona Prep 

At Maryland: Listed as the No. 3 
quarterback and will be given the 
chance to improve his standing in 
pre-season practice ... Possesses a 
strong, accurate arm and has a great 
touch ... A pitcher on the Terps 
baseball team, he tied for the team 
lead in victories with five and earned 
a victory over Top-25 ranked North 
Carolina this past spring 

1993: A redshirt season. 

At Iona Prep: Selected as the First 
Team All-State quarterback his semor 
season ... A two-time All-County and 
All-League selection ... Named the 
county Player of the Year by the 
Gannett Newspapers Chain ... 
Earned first team All-County honors 
by the New Yoik Daily News ... As a 
senior, he led the team to a 7-3 
record and set four school records in 
the process: Most passing attempts, 
410; most completions, 210; most 
yards, 3,100 and most touchdowns, 
37 ... He also rushed for 600 yards as 
a senior ... Won the Tn-County high 
school Heisman Award A 
19th-round draft choice of the 
Montreal Expos in the 1993 Major 
League Baseball Draft ... Earned 
honorable mention All-Amenca 
honors in baseball and he finished 
his semor season with a 1.50 ERA 
and a .472 battmg average. 

Personal: Born 9/30/75. Bnan is the 
son of Patricia and Gerald 
Cummings. 



lade Dubis 

Offensive Lineman 

Sr.* 6-2 280 

Asheboro, N.C. 

Major: Secondary Education 

High School: Asheboro 

At Maryland: Will start his fourth 
consecutive year on the offensive 
line ... Will concentrate on the 
offensive guard position after 
playing both guard and center in 
1993 ... Had a stnng of 30 
consecutive starts snapped as he did 
not start the seventh game versus 
Florida State A definite all-star 
candidate. 



1993: Played every offensive down 
through the first five games ... 
Played the left guard position after 
starting at center as a sophomore in 
1992 and at left guard as a freshman 
in 1991 ... Starting left guard on 
Maryland's offensive line that was 
the top yardage per game offense in 
the ACC ... Enjoyed his finest day 
versus North Carolina as he 
recorded 10 cut blocks that helped 
Maryland pile up 42 points and 459 
yards of total offense Recorded 
five or more cut blocks in four 
games: UNC, West Virginia (7), 
Virginia Tech '61 and Duke (5) ... 
Credited with a spectacular 
touchdown block that enabled Mark 
Mason to scored Maryland's second 
touchdown versus Virginia 

1992: Started every game at center 
... Was the starting center for the 
offensive line that ranked second 
and fourth nationally in passing and 
total offense ... Mastered the 
challenging job of center in the 
newly instituted run and shoot 
offense ... Switched to center for his 
second season after having started 
all 11 games as a freshman at right 
guard ... Had best game of the year 
versus North Carolina with 10 cut 
blocks, two pancake blocks and one 
touchdown block ... Had a solid 
game at West Virginia with three 




Jade Dubis: Sturdy, tough and knowledgeable, be has taken more 
snaps than any player on the team over the past three years, as 
both starting left guard (two years) and starting center (one 
year). 



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erpromes 



cut blocks and one knockdown 
block... Very strong versus Wake 
Forest with four cut blocks and one 
knockdown block ... Totaled 32 cut 
blocks on the season to rank third on 
the team. 

1991: Finished third in the voting for 
ACC Rookie-of-the-Year honors ... 
Was the only rookie lineman in the 
conference to receive votes for the 
award ... Started every game at right 
guard ... Was the only freshman to 
start every game ... Best game of the 
season versus Duke earned him an 
86% grade ... Was very steady versus 
Virginia as he graded out at 79% ... 
Graded out at 70% or better m nme 
games as a freshman. 

1990: A redshirt season. 

At Asheboro: Earned All-State 
honors to cap off an outstanding 
senior season ... Won All-County and 
All-Conference honors following his 
senior and junior years ... Played in 
the Shnne Bowl high school All-Star 
game ... Captained the football team 
his senior season ... A member of the 
All-State track and field team in the 
shot his senior season. 

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




Cleveland Everhart 

Outside Linebacker 
Jr. 6-2 213 
Highland Park, Mich. 
Major: Criminal Justice 
High School: Highland Park 
Northeastern Okla. A&M J.C. 

At Maryland: A sometime 
starter -he began the year in a 
starting role after transferring from 
junior college -Everhart is one of 
many young, experienced defenders 
who will be depended upon in 1994 
to be a year smarter and more able 
with experience to handle the rigors 
of the ACC ... He has 4.7 speed and 
the size to contribute greatly. 

1993: Started at WHIP LB against 
Virginia (career high seven tackles 




Kevin Foley: As talented a sophomore as Maryland has had, he 
awaits his day behind a passing machine. 



(4-2, one special teams assist, one 
caused fumble) in season's opener, 
then suffered a shoulder injury the 
next week vs North Carolina ... 
Returned in the next game vs. West 
Virginia (three initial hits, one sack 
for a -17 yards) ... three initial hits vs. 
Virginia Tech ... four tackles (3-1) vs. 
Georgia Tech ... five tackles against 
Duke (four initial hits, one special 
teams assist) ... Strong game vs. 
Florida State (three tackles including 
one on special teams), and he 
continued to be productive in final 
two games vs. N.C. State (five initial 
hits) and Wake Forest (five initial 
hits) ... Had 30 initial hits, five tackle 
assists on season ... Inserted into the 
nickel defense to play the pass. 



At Northeastern Oklahoma A&M: In 

two national championship games ... 
Team was national titlist in 1991 ... 
As a sophomore had 52 tackles, two 
sacks, two fumbles caused, two 
fumbles recovered, one interception 
and one pass deflection. Played 
linebacker. 

At Highland Park: Three-sport letter 
winner ... School's distinguished 
scholar/athlete award winner ... Led 
team to Suburban Athletic Conference 
of Detroit title as a senior. First team 
all-SAC pick ... Reached the state 
finals in the 200 and 400 meter 
dashes as a track man. 

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



Foley's Statistics 



1993 

PSU 

GaT 

FSU 

NCSU 

WF 

Totals 



Comp 

2 
5 
7 
7 
1 
22 



Att 

6 
12 

9 
11 

2 
40 



Yds 

12 
90 

150 

43 

9 

304 



TD 










LG 

7 

27 
68 
11 

9 
68 



Int. 

1 
1 



2 




22 

Kevin Foley 

Quarterback 

So.* 6-2 190 

Cherry Hill, N.J. 

Major: Business Adminstration 

High School: Cherry Hill East 

At Maryland: The No. 2 quarterback 
who played in five games as a 
redshirt freshman ... Gained 
experience and displayed the ability 
to move the team and score when 
called upon. 

1993: Played in five games as the 
back-up to Scott Milanovich 
Completed 22 of 40 passes for 304 
yards ... His best day came against 
No. 1 Florida State in Byrd Stadium 
... Drove Maryland for 95 yards and a 
touchdown in his first drive against 
the Seminoles ... He began play on 
his own five-yard line, and completed 
a 68-yard bomb to Mancel Johnson ... 
The pass play moved the Terps well 



into FSU territory on only his second 
play ... Capped 95-yard drive by 
diving over the one-yard line for his 
first career rushing touchdown ... 
Entered for the injured Milanovich 
versus Georgia Tech and completed 
five of 12 passes for 90 yards ... Also 
played well versus N.C. State with 
seven completions in 11 attempts ... 
Played versus Perm State and Wake 
Forest 

At Cherry Hill East: Selected 
All- American, First Team All-State 
and the Gatorade Player of the Year 
in the state of New Jersey following a 
prolific senior season ... Chosen as 
the Delaware Valley Player of the 
Year and was a first team All-South 
Jersey choice ... Threw for nearly 
2,100 yards his senior season and for 
over 4,000 durmg his three-year 
varsity caieer ... Played in the South 
Jersey East/West All-Star game at the 
conclusion of his senior season ... 
Was also a four-year letterwinner on 
the baseball team and two years on 
the basketball team ... Captamed the 
football and baseball teams his senior 
year ... As a pitcher, he earned 
All-State and All-Area honors. 

Personal: Born 2/20/73. Kevin is the 
son of Sue and Ed Foley. His father 
Ed was the quarterback at Boston 
College, 1964-65; his brother Glenn 
was the sixth round draft choice of 
the New York Jets in the 1994 NFL 
Draft after enjoying a standout career 
at Boston College; his brother Ed was 
a team captain at Boston College in 
1989; his brother Cliff is on a baseball 
scholarship at Villanova. 



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Terprofiles 




Craig Fitzgerald 

Defensive Lineman 

Jr 6-1 220 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

Major: Government & Politics 

High School: La Salle 

At Maryland: A walk-on member of 
Mark Duffner's first recruiting class 
... Came to Maryland as an outside 
linebacker but was moved to 
superback during spring practices m 
1992 

1993: Did not play 

1992: Did not play 

At La Salle College High School: 

Was a first team All-County and first 
team All-Catholic League selection 
his junior season ... Led La Salle to a 
10-2 record and the Philadelphia 
Catholic League Championship in 
1989 ... Earned the team award for 
outstanding lineman in 1990 ... 
Lettered three years in football and 
two in baseball. 

Personal: Bom 9/15/72. Craig is the 
son of Carol and James Fitzgerald. A 
brother. Jamie, was a member of 
Duke's 1991 ACC Championship 
tennis team 



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Tim Fosqus 

Defensive End 
Jr. 6-0 235 
Asbury Park, N.J. 
Major: Communications 
High School: Asbury Park 

At Maryland: Did not play a year 
ago. but elevated himself to the top 
of the depth chart m the spring at 
end through productive effort ... In 
the pre-season he is a back-up on the 
depth chart with the return of some 
who were not able to practice in the 
spring. 

1993: Did not play. 

1992: Did not play. 

1991: Did not play. 

At Asbury Park: Won letters in 
football, basketball and track and 
field ... Captain in football as a junior 
and senior ... First team all-Shore 
selection his senior year ... Track 
team won the state title his senior 
year ... He competed in state triple 
jump championship ... Member of the 
National Honor Society. Honor roll 
student ... Named mathematics 
department Student of the Month. 

Personal: Born 5/29/72 ... Tim is the 
son of Barbara Fosque and James 
Turner ... A brother. Ronald, was the 
State Basketball Most Valuable 
Player m 1988. 



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Darryl Gilliam 

Defensive Lineman 
So. 6-6 310 
Washington, D.C. 
Major: Journalism 
High School: St. John's 

At Maryland: Played in eight games 
as a true freshman last season ... 
Enters the season listed third on the 
depth chart at right tackle. 

1993: One of mne true freshmen to 
earn playmg time on defense, 
playing m eight games and recording 
seven total tackles ... Played for the 
first time as a back-up versus 
Virginia Tech , and recorded one 
initial hit and one assist ... Played 
well against Penn State with one 
tackle for minus one yard ... Strong 
outmg versus Georgia Tech with 
two tackles (1UT, 1 AT). 

At St. John's: An All-Amenca 
selection by Street & Smith and Tom 
Lemming's SupeiPrep Magazine 
following an outstanding senior 
season ... Was an honorable mention 
All- America selection by USA Today 
as a junior ... A two-time first team 
All-Metropolitan selection by the 
Washington Post ... First Team 
All-Metropolitan selection by the 
Washington D.C. Pigskin Club as a 
senior ... A four-year football 
letterman and team captain his 
senior season ... A three-time 
basketball letterman who helped 
lead St. John's to the Washington 
D.C. City Championship consolation 
game his sophomore and junior 
years 

Personal: Bom 2/1/75. Darryl is the 
son of Dorothy Gilliam. 



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Mike Gillespie 

Inside Linebacker 
Jr. 6-3 230 
Silver Spring, Md. 
Major: Family Studies 
High School: Springbrook 

At Maryland: The starter at outside 
linebacker for the second consecutive 
season ... Transferred from Georgia 
Tech in 1992, sat out the season 
under NCAA guidelines, and became 
a starter last season. 

1993: Started the season at a 
defensive end position as one of three 
down lmeman ... Moved to linebacker 
to capitalize on his speed during the 
first month of the season ... Began the 
season with a bang versus Virginia 
with a season high five tackles and a 
quarterback sack ... Followed with 
three tackles and a fumble recovery 
versus North Carolina Played 
linebacker versus Penn State and 
stayed at the position for the 
remainder of the season . . Led the 
comeback effort versus Duke with 
four total tackles and a pass 
deflection to earn a starting job ... 
Started versus Clemson. 

1992: Sat out under NCAA Transfer 
guidelines. 

1991: A redshirt season. 

At Springbrook: A SupeiPiep 
Magazme All-Amencan ... Selected to 
the Washington Metro area "Golden 
11" team as a junior and senior ... 
Played m the "Big 33" High School 
Ail-Star game ... Was selected 
All-County as a wide receiver his 
junior year and All-County as a safety 
his senior year ... Helped lead 
Springbrook to two state 
championships and a 34-4 record over 
his last three varsity seasons ... Was 
the placekicker and connected on 22 
PATs and three field goals, including 
a long of 42 yards ... Punted for a 
38-yard average ... Earned three 
varsity football letters and two varsity 
basketball letters. 

Personal: Bom 2/14.73. Mike is the 
son of Geneva and James Gillespie. 



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IB 

Brian Goodger 

Kicker 

Jr. 5-11 175 

Lanham, Md. 

Major: Letters & Sciences 

High School: DeMatha 

At Maryland: Will be one of several 
candidates to earn a spot with the 
special teams as a member of the 
kicking corps. 

1993: Spent the season as a redshirt 
as a krcker. 

At DeMatha: Three-sport letterman 
at DeMatha ... Co-Captained football 
squad ... Earned First Team all-Met, 
all-State, and all-FG County ... 
Converted 11 of 14 field goals with a 
long of 43 as a senior ... Converted 
21 of 23 extra points ... Squad won 
WMAC with a 9-2 record .. 
Captained golf team with a six 
handicap ... Also played soccer. 

Personal: Bom 3-9-74. Brian is the 
son of Patty and Kent Goodger. 




Gore's Statistics 








1993 


UT 


AT 


TT 


VA 


2 


2 


4 


UNC 


2 





2 


WV 


6 


1 


7 


VaT 


5 


4 


9 


PSU 


11 


3 


14 


GT 


8 


1 


9 


DK 


10 


3 


13 


CL 


7 


5 


12 


FSU 


7 


2 


9 


NCS 


Injured 






WF 


5 


5 


10 


93 Totals 


63 


26 


89 



Lamont Gore: The coaches said play starting safety as a true 
frosh; Gore played with abandon. He will undercut the opposition 
with more efficiency this time around. 



Quick to the ball ... Has added 20 
pounds to frame since his freshman 
year ... Bright future at Maryland is 
expected. 

1993: Second on the team in tackles 
(90) behind classmate, Ratcliff 
Thomas Recorded 64 solo hits and 
27 assisted ... Led team in tackles on 
four occasions ,., Was a special 
teams standout and played himself 
into a starting role Backed up 
Angel Guerra at free-safety before 
injuries limited him ... Started fourth 
game of the year and remained at 
safety Led team in tackles vs. 
Penn State (14) and Georgia Tech 
(9) ... Tied for team lead vs Duke (13 
hits) ... Sidelined against N.C. State 
with a sore back ... Returned for the 
last game of the season and was 
second on team with 10 hits. 

At DeMatha: A standout running 
back/defensive back at DeMatha ... 
Started as a junior and senior ... 
Rushed for more than 1,000 yards as 
a senior captain and led team to a 
9-2 tally ... Team MVP ... All-County 
and All-Metro first team ..A Blue 
Chip Prep Sports Top 16 honoree ... 
Two year basketball letterman ... 
Team won the city title and was 
ranked sixth in the nation when he 
was a senior. 

At Hargrave: Rushed for 220 yards 
on 50 carnes and scored three 
touchdowns On defense, tallied 17 
solo tackles and split time at 
free-safety. 

Personal: Born 10/29/72. Lamont is 
the son of Pamalyn Gore. 



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Lamont Gore 

Defensive Back 
So. 6-2 195 
Lanham, Md. 
Major: Letters & Sciences 
High School: DeMatha 
Hargrave Military Academy 

At Maryland: Projected to start at 
free safety this season ... Had a 
tremendous freshman season and 
was able to contnbute immediately 
Good athlete with a load of talent ... 



Gene Gray 



Outside Linebacker 

Jr.* 6-1 215 

Washington, D.C. 

Major: Criminal Justice 

High School: Archbishop Carroll 

At Maryland: Will battle for a 
starting role Made terrific strides 
m the weight room adding more than 
30 pounds to his bench press from a 
year ago Has shown his versatility 
playing both inside and outside 
lmebacker ... One of team's quickest 
on the line ... Athletically sound. 

1993: Started two games .. Tallied 25 
tackles including 14 initial hits and 
1 1 assisted Made great strides in 
first start, recording a season-best of 
seven tackles against N.C. State 




Gene Gray: An elder statesmen 
of the linebacking corps, he 
adds experience at another very 
young position. 



36 



Terprofiles 



Included were three initial hits and 
four assists In season finale at 
Wake Forest he had five tackles, 
including two initial and three 
assisted stops His two assists at 
North Carolina were both on goal 
line stands 

1992: He went from a redshirt 
season, where he did not play, to 
being a starter in the opening game 
of 1992 Opened the Virginia game 
at inside linebacker and recorded 
four tackles That performance 
earned him starting assignments in 
the next two games He moved to 
outside linebacker for Penn State 
but did not start . He was a fixture 
on the Maryland special teams, 
recording a tackle versus Clemson 

1991: A redshirt season. 

At Archbishop CatToll: A three-year 
letterman and All-Met selection by 
the Washington Post in 1989 and 
1990 Named to the USA Today 
All-District Team at linebacker as a 
senior ... Played on the 1988 Carroll 
team that won the Metro Conference 
Championship (10-1) ... At Valley 
Forge, he had 48 tackles and one 
interception in his one season 

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



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Erik Greenstein 

Center 

So,* 6-2 285 

Andover, Mass. 

Major: Letters & Sciences 

High School: Andover 

At Maryland: Second on the depth 
chart at left guard behind Jade Dubis 

Gained valuable playing time in 
1993 as he played in six games and 
took every offensive snap versus 
Florida State and N.C. State Has 
playing experience at both the left 
guard and center positions 

1993: A back-up at left guard who 
performed well each time he was 
called upon ... Started two games, 
Florida State and N.C. State, in place 
of the injured Jade Dubis ... Maryland 




accumulated nearly 875 yards of total 
offense in those games Recorded 
three touchdown blocks on season to 
rank among team leaders Top 
outing came versus N.C. State as he 
had two touchdown blocks, four cut 
blocks, four knockdown blocks and 
two pancake blocks ... Also played 
well versus Clemson with four cut 
blocks and Duke with two cut blocks 
and a touchdown block ... Very 
active versus No 1 FSU with one 
touchdown block, one cut block, one 
pancake block and one knockdown 
block. 

1992: A redshirt season. 

At Andover: A highly recruited 
offensive lineman ... A four-year 
letterwinner who started every game 
in four years ... Named to the 
Merrimack Valley All-Conference 
team three times ... Was a first team 
selection as a senior and a second 
team selection as a sophomore and 
junior ... Named to the All-Scholastic 
team by both the Boston Globe and 
the Boston Herald following his 
senior season ... A first team 
All-league selection by the 
Lawrenceville Eagle-Tribune during 
his junior and senior years ... Team 
captain and Most Valuable Player as 
a senior ... Won the B'nai B'nth 
Award recognizing the top Jewish 
high school athlete in the area ... 
Played in the State Shrine All-Star 
game. 

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




Erik Greenstein: With all the pomp and ceremony regarding the 
starting line. Greenstein as back-up and sometime starter in 1993 
earned frosh All-America honors. 



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Angel Guerra 

Defensive Back 

Sr. 6-2 200 

Manassas, Va. 

Major: Agricultural Resources/ 

Business 
High School: Stonewall Jackson 

At Maryland: Projected starter at 
strong safety ... Should be in top form 
after back surgery last spring ... 
Former walk-on who earned a 
starting role as a junior ... Excels in 
the classroom, consistently earning 
academic honors ... Exceptionally 
strong athlete and one of the most 
powerful hitters on the squad ... 
Always gives 100% on the field ... 
Strong leader ... Transferred from 
Lenoir-Rhyne 

1993: Started seven games at 
free-safety ... Tallied 79 total tackles 
including 51 initial stops ... Also had 
two tackles for losses of four yards ... 
Had seven or more hits on eight 
occasions ... Led team m tackles vs 
North Carolina with 12 hits including 
10 solo ... Double digit hits m season 
finale against Wake Forest 

1992: Began the year as a special 
teams performer who ultimately 
wound up the season as one of the 
leading tacklers on defense ... Earned 
more playing time when Scott Rosen 
was injured Played extensively 
against Wake Forest and started the 
Duke game, recording three hits in 
each outing ... Started the season 
finale against Clemson and tallied a 
monster game with 16 tackles, one 
fumble recovery and one pass 
deflection ... His 16 stops were the 
most by a Terp m 1992. 

At Stonewall Jackson: Three-sport 
letterman and dean's list student ... 
Earned three letters in football, two 
m basketball and one in soccer 



37 



Terprofiles 



Served as team captain of the 
football and basketball teams his 
senior year ... He was a second team 
All-District selection on defense and 
an honorable mention pick on 
offense for coach Jim Powell ... 
Participant in the school's counselor 
program ... dean's list as a senior 
with a 3.9 GPA. 

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



Guerra's Statistics 




1993 UT AT 


TT 


VA 1 2 


3 


UNC 10 2 


12 


WV 6 1 


7 


VaT 6 4 


10 


PSU 4 


4 


GT 5 2 


7 


DUK 4 3 


7 


CLM 1 1 


2 


FSU 4 2 


6 


NCS 4 3 


7 


WF 5 7 


12 


93 Totals 50 27 


77 





Angel Guerra: After earning the 
starting safety job at season's 
end two years ago, he solidified 
his role as defensive leader as a 
junior. 



34 

Jaron Hairston 

Outside Linebacker 
Fr.* 6-2 200 
Davidsonville, Md. 
Major: Marketing 
High School: South River 

At Maryland: Will add depth to a 
young defense ... Expected to see 
limited action this season. 

1993: A redshirt season. 

At South River: Three-time 
letterwinner in football and also 
wrestled at South River Third 
team All-state and first team 
All-County ... Led the squad in 
tackles with 116 ... Team was 9-2 in 
1992 and 7-3 in 1993 Also played 
fullback ,., Third in the state 
wrestling in the 171 weight class 
and first in the county Junior 
Class President ... Student 
Government Sergeant of Arms for 
three consecutive years ... Tutored 
elementary students. 

Personal: Born 7/1/75. Jaron is the 
son of Jackie Hairston 



93 
Farad Hall 

Defensive Lineman 

So.* 6-2 270 

Carol City, Fla. 

Major: Computer Science 

High School: Monsignor Pace 

At Maryland: Will compete for 
playing time on the defensive line, 
and has the capability of being a 
good pass rusher ... Played in seven 
games as a redshirt freshman 

1993: Played in seven games as a 
reserve on the defensive line ... 
Enjoyed a strong day with two 
unassisted tackles versus West 
Virginia Very active defensively 
versus North Carolina with one 
assisted tackle and a fumble 
recovery . . He had a tackle assist 
versus Penn State 

1992: A redshirt season. 

At Monsignor Pace: A third team 
All-State pick and a first team 
All-District selection following a very 
productive senior season ... Also a 
first team All-District selection his 
junior season ... Led the team to 
regional and district championships 
in 1991 Was a two-way player, 
earning time on both the offensive 
and defensive lines ... A three-sport 
letterman with letters in football, 
wrestling and track and field ... Won 
the district wrestling championship 
as a heavyweight in 1991 An 
honor roll student. 

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




98 

Aaron Henne 

Defensive Tackle 
So.* 6-5 275 
Allison Park, Pa. 
Major: Criminal Justice 
High School: Shaler Park 

At Maryland: Gained valuable 
experience playing all 1 1 games at 
the left tackle position in 1993 ... 
Listed third on the depth chart at 
tackle entering the 1994 sason. 

1993: Played in 11 games as a 
redshirt freshman and recorded 20 
tackles (10 unassisted and 10 
assisted) ... Started at left tackle 
versus Clemson Recorded two 
unassisted tackles, one assisted 
tackle and one pass deflection versus 
the Tigers ... Five tackles versus 
Virginia Tech was his season high ... 
Registered three first hits versus 
Penn State and three assists versus 
N.C. State 




Aaron Henne: The opposition 
was always more experienced 
than he was a year ago: the 
numbers start to even-up this 
year. 



38 



Terproffiles 



1992: A redshirt season. 

At Shaler Park: A Pittsburgh 
Post-Gazette selection to their 
"Fabulous 22" team his senior 
season .. A first team Pittsburgh 
Press North All-Star choice Played 
in the "Big 33" All-Star football 
Classic .. Earned first team All-Quad 
North Conference honors his senior 
season Was a three-year 
letterwinner in football and wrestling 
and captained both teams his senior 
season ... As a heavyweight on the 
wresting team, he had a career 
record of 40-26 with 26 pins ... As a 
senior, he captured the WPIAL 
Section II Championship, was the 
runner-up at the West Mifflin 
Tournament, placed third in the 
overall section championships and 
placed fourth at the Brooke 
Tournament ... Won the most 
improved wrestler award his ]unior 
season. 

Personal: Born 3/24/74. Aaron is the 
son of Linda and Leo Henne. Leo 
played semi-pro football for the 
Pittsburgh Ironmen and Wolfpack 





Erik Henry 

Tight End 

So.* 6-3 230 

Cherry Hill, N.J. 

Major: Marketing 

High School: Cherry Hill East 

At Maryland: First team tight end ... 
Will have an expanded role in special 
situations featuring the tight end 
position 

1993: Earned playing time on special 
teams during the pre-season, and 
was regular throughout the season .. 
Assisted on one tackle at North 
Carolina, and had an initial hit at 
Georgia Tech 

1992: A redshirt season. 

At Cherry Hill East: Earned 
All-America honorable mention, 
All-State. All-Group IV, All-area, 
All-South Jersey and All-Conference 
honors as a senior ... Had an injured 
kneecap as a senior but still was 
heavily recruited ... He has recovered 
fully from the injury arid runs a 4.7 40 
. Played m the annual South Jersey 
East West All-Star game ... Earned 
varsity letters in three different 
sports-football, basketball and 
baseball ... Captained the football 
teams hrs senior season ... Helped 
lead team to the 1990 state and 
conference championship ... Jomed 
the Terps with teammate Kevin 
Foley. 

Personal: Bom 12/1/72. Enk is the 
son of Patricia and Robert Henry ... 
His father played basketball at the 
University of Pittsburgh. 



Erik Henry: A special teams 
holler guy who could earn time 
when the Run and Shoot uses 
a tight end. 



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Rhett Hesprich 

Inside Linebacker 
Fr.' 6-1 225 
Snellville, Ga. 
Major: Letters & Sciences 
High School: Brookwood 

At Maryland: Coming off a redshirt 
season for the Terps Injured 
during spring drills and play was 
limited ... Expected to gain 
experience this season and add more 
depth to defense. 

1993: A redshirt season. 

At Brookwood: A three-year football 
and four-year track letterman ... Was 
selected as the "Gwinnett County 
Player of the Year" ... Atlanta TD 
Club Player of Week Selection three 
times ... First team All-County pick 
... Honorable mention All-state 
choice ... Named Atlanta's WXIA-TV 
Scholar Athlete ... Named a member 
of the All-South academic honor roll 
... Received the Coca-Cola award for 
athletic and academic excellence ... 
Selected to play in the Georgia 
All-Star game ... Was the 1992 
county discus champion and 1993 
regional champ ... The team was 
county and regional Champion in 
1991 

Personal: Bom 12/9/74. Rhett is the 
son of Linda and Rick Hespnch. 



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Johnnie Hicks 

Defensive Lineman 
So. 6-2 270 
Harrisburg, Pa. 
Major: Engineering 
High School: Susquehanna 

At Maryland: The starting nose 
guard after an outstanding true 
freshman season ...A starter as a 
true freshman, he led all of the 
down lineman in tackles despite 
missing three games due to injury. 

1993: Led Maryland's down linemen 
with 41 tackles as a true freshman 
... Finished eighth on the team in 
tackles to lead all underclassmen ... 
Began the season against Virginia 
as a true freshman back-up and was 
a starter in the second game versus 
North Carolina Registered five 
tackles versus Virginia and three 
against North Carolina . Injured in 
the second half versus West 
Virginia Did not play against 
Virginia Tech and played only 
limited time versus Perm State 
Returned to the starting lmeup 
versus Clemson Led the down 
lrnemen m tackles with nine and 
blocked a PAT versus the Tigers ... 
Selected by the coaching staff as the 
defensive player of the week for his 
Clemson performance ... 
Outstanding game versus Florida 
State with six total tackles including 
one tackle for a loss to again lead 
the down linemen ... Also credited 
with a pass deflection versus the 
Seminoles Again led the team in 
tackles versus N.C. State wrth nine 
and was nominated by the coaches 
for the defensive player of the week 
award Came up big versus Wake 
Forest as he led the defense m a 
goal line stand m the closing 
minutes ... Maryland defeated the 
Deacons on a touchdown at the final 
gun. 



39 



At Susquehanna: Honorable mention 
All-Amencan by USA Today as a 
senior ... Rated among the Top-25 
defensive lineman in the nation by 
Tom Lemming's SuperPrep Magazine 
... Rated among the Top- 100 linemen 
both of his final two years ... A first 
team All-State selection his senior 
season ... A first team All-Mid-Penn 
selection at right defensive back for 
three consecutive years and a first 
team All-League selection at 
defensive back for three consecutive 
years and a first team All-League 
selection at offensive guard two 
years in a row ... Named the 



Mid-Penn League Defensive Player of 
the Year his senior season ... Also 
earned the team award as defensive 
MVP ... Played in the Pennsylvania 
East/West All-Star game ... Led 
Susquehanna with 138 tackles, 11 
sacks and five forced fumbles his 
senior season ... A four-year starter at 
offensive tackle and team captain as 
a senior ... Runs the 40 in 4.75 ... Was 
also an outstanding heavyweight 
wrestler. 

Personal: Born 8/31/74. Johnnie is 
the son of Josephine and Johnnie 
Hicks, Sr. 




Johnnie Hicks: He bullied his way to a starting role as a true frosh, 
with promise of a great future. 



Hicks' Statistics 










1993 UT 


AT 


TT 


TFL 


PD 


Va. 1 


4 


5 








UNC 1 


2 


3 








WVa. 


2 


2 








VaT. injured 










PSU 1 


2 


3 








Duke 


1 


1 








Clem 4 


5 


9 








FSU 5 


1 


6 


K-2) 


1 


NCSU 5 


4 


9 








WF 


3 











Totals 17 


24 


41 


K-2) 


1 




36 
Dom Hill 

Tight End 
Sr. 6-3 255 
Washington, D.C. 
Major: Criminal Justice 
High School: St. John's 

At Maryland: A walk-on to the 
squad in 1992 after transferring from 
Howard University ... Coaching staff 
moved him to tight end this spring 
after he spent his first two years as 
a defensive lineman 

1993: Did not play. 

1992: Did not play. 

At St. John's: Named first team 
All-Conference, All-Catholic League 
and All-Metropolitan by the 
Washington Post in 1989 ... Led St. 
John's to the Metro Conference 
Championship with a 10-1 record in 
1989 ... Earned four letters in 
football, two in track and field and 
two in basketball ... Captained the 
football team his senior season ... 
Was an All-Conference track 
selection in 1990 ... A member of the 
dean's list, National Honor Society 
and the Black Student Alliance. 

Personal: Born 5/20/72. Dom is the 
son of Linda and Charles Hill. 



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85 

Corey Holobetz 



Tight End 

Sr.* 6-3 250 

Pottsville, Pa. 

Major: Business Adminstration 

High School: Pottsville 

At Maryland: Will be the long 
snapper on punts and placements 
for the third consecutive season ... 
Will also compete for playing time at 
tight end ... Coaching staff moved 
him back to tight end this past 
spring after two years at an outside 
linebacker position. 

1993: Played in all 11 games, 
performing well his duties as long 
snapper on punts and placements. 
Also saw duty on special teams 




Corey Holobetz: The long 
snapper for two years on 
special teams and an academic 
award winner, he tries a new 
position as a senior. 



40 



Terprofiles 



1992: Played in 10 games, mainly on 
special teams Season opener 
versus Virginia was his first as long 
snapper Recovered from a bad snap 
against the Cavaliers to enjoy a 
perfect season on snaps Played 
well versus N.C. State .is he handled 
long snapping chores well and 
recorded a special teams tackle ... 
Was selected the Special Teams 
Player of the Week for his 
performance against the Wolfpack 
Played as a down lineman verus 
Perm State and North Carolina 
recording one tackle against the 
Nittany Lions and a career high three 
stops (two unassisted) versus the 
Tar Heels. 

1991: Played in seven games and 
caught one pass from the tight end 
position ... Pass reception came 
versus West Virginia and went for a 
first down Was used extensively 
on special teams at the end of the 
year because of in|ury 

1990: A redshirt season. 

At Pottsville: First team All-State 
selection by the Associated Press hrs 
senior season Caught 33 passes 
and scored four touchdowns during 
that season ... First team All-County 
and All-Conference selection as both 
a junior and senior Led Pottsville 
to a 10-3 record and into the state 
playoffs his senior year ... Caught 99 
passes for 1,200 yards during his 
career ... 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. 




Wads Inge 

Defensive Back 
Jr. 6-1 180 
Lindenwold, N.J. 
Major: Accounting 
High School: Overbrook 
Regional 

At Maryland: Was moved from 
receiver to free safety during spring 
practice, and he made impressive 
strides in making the transition to 
defense ... Competing for a starting 
role ... Has skills required to be a 
tremendous asset to a young defense 
... Quality range ... Good 
communication and leadership on the 
field ... Has worked hard to improve 
since his move to defense ... 
Coachable and talented athlete. 

1993: Did not play until the third 
game of the season agamst West 
Virginia due to a sprained right 



knee He then spained an ankle in 
the WVU game, and only played in 
five games thereafter He had one 
catch for 12 yards vs the 
Mountaineers Had a 26-yard catch 
vs Clemson Season best of three 
grabs for 35 yards at Wake Forest in 
season finale. 

1992: Totaled 26 catches for 317 
yards and 2 TD's ... Nominee for 
ACC Rookie-of-the- Year ... Scored 
Maryland's first touchdown of the 
season when he caught a 27-yarder 
at Virginia ... Caught Maryland's 
longest pass of the day for 33 yards 
against Penn State Scored 
winning touchdown in fourth 
quarter versus Pittsburgh on 15-yard 
TD catch . Matured as the season 
went on. 

At Overbrook: A three-sport 
letterman. earning honors in 
football, basketball and track 
Captained football and basketball 
teams his senior year and captained 
the track team for three consecutive 
years ... Combined for more than 
1.000 yards rushing and receiving 
and scored nine touchdowns on the 
ground ... Caught 40 passes for over 
500 yards and scored five times ... 
First team All-South Jersey, 
All-conference and All-Group IV ... 
Also was All-conference in track 
Football squad won State 
Championship in 1990 with an 8-3 
tally 

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





49 

Ryan Jennings 

Inside Linebacker 
Fr.' 6-0 210 
Silver Spring, Md. 
Major: Letters & Sciences 
High School: Paint Branch 

At Maryland: Another young 
athlete with the potential to add 
depth this season ... Will be a 
fixture for the future Terps. 

1993: A redshirt season. 

At Paint Branch: Three-sport letter 
winner ... Played football for coach 
Richard Mantel ... Captained the 
team his senior year, and led it to 
an 8-2 record as the Regional 
Champions ... Selected All-county as 
a senior ... Four-year baseball 
standout ..His team was Regional 
Champions for two consecutive 
years, earning records of 17-3 and 
18-3 ... Participated in Challenger 
Baseball Program helpmg the 
physically handicapped ... Received 
Physical Education Award as a 
senior. 

Personal: Born 1/26/75. Ryan is the 
son of Vivian and Thomas Jennings 



41 



Terprofiles 




Andreal (A.J.) Johnson 

Defensive Back 
So. 5-11 180 
Pahokee, Fla. 
Major: Criminal Justice 
High School: Pahokee 

At Maryland: Earned starting role 
after the first game of his collegiate 
caieer ... Spring practice was limited 
due to minor injuries ... Expected to 
make a major impact on defense ... 
Brother Jonathan is a defensive back 
prospect who is immediately eligible 
this year after transferring from 
Northeastern Oklahoma A&M. 

1993: Leading tackier among 
comerbacks and had fifth most on 
team with 63 hits ... Started ten 
games . In first career start vs 
North Carolina , recorded 10 solo 
hits ... Tallied seven hits against 
West Virginia ... Grabbed an 
interception against Virginia Tech 
A strong special teams competitor. 




Andreal Johnson: Speed and 
toughness made him as 
experienced and savvy a true 
freshman at comer as their was 
in Division One football. 



At Pahokee: The school was three 
time district, two time sectional and 
one time state champion during 
Johnson's playing career. 

Personal: Born 8/27/74. A.J. is the 
son of Evelyn and Joe Johnson 



A.J. Johnson's Statistics 






1993 UT 


AT 


TT 


VA 1 





1 


UNC 10 





10 


WV 7 


1 


8 


VaT 1 





1 


PSU 3 


1 


4 


GT 3 


1 


4 


DK 2 


2 


4 


CLM 5 


4 


9 


FSU 5 


2 


7 


NCS 4 


2 


6 


WF 6 


2 


8 


92 Totals 47 


15 


62 




Mancel Johnson 

Wide Receiver 

So. 6-1 175 

Lanham, Md. 

Major: Accounting 

High School: Eleanor Roosevelt 

At Maryland: Will be counted on for 
a lot of playing time this season ... 
Will battle for starting role ... Speedy 
athlete with loads of potential in the 
next three years ... Exciting to watch 

Third best 40-yard dash on the 
squad registering a time of 4.43 
seconds Explosive athlete .. Made 
a strong impact as a true freshman 
last season. 

1993: Played in nine games and 
made 18 catches for 339 yards ... 



Totaled three TD catches ... First 
true frosh m school history to catch 
TD passes in first two games ... 
Extremely fast ... His 37-yarder at 
Virginia was his first TD, followed 
by an eight-yarder against UNC 
Three catches against WVU ... Three 
grabs for his first 100 yard game 
against Florida State Season-best 
five catches for 106 yards and a TD 
at Wake Forest in season finale ... 
Season-best of 68 yard catches 
against both the Seminoles and 
Deacs. 

At Eleanor Roosevelt: A two-sport 
letterman, captaining the football 
and track teams as a senior ,., 
Combmed for more than 1,000 yards 
and scored six touchdowns as a 
senior ... Team MVP ... Played in the 
Chesapeake Classic against Virginia 
All-Stars at Byrd Stadium ... First 
team PG-County and All-Conference 

Washington Post Honorable 
Mention all-Met .. On the track 
team, he was a member of the state 
championship 4x200 relay and 4x100 
relay breaking the state record ... 
Placed second in the 4x100 in the 
'92 Perm Relays ... Team won the 
mdoor and outdoor state 
championships m '91 Most 
Valuable Athlete in the indoor 
season. 

Personal: Born 11/26/75. Mancel is 
the son of Barbara and Earnest 
Johnson. 




Mancel Johnson: He followed Jermaine Lewis from Eleanor 
Roosevelt as a bigger receiver with speed, speed, speed. 



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Kicker 

So.' 6-0 180 

Avon, Conn. 

Major: Kinesiological Sciences 

High School: Avon 

At Maryland: Will be a candidate for 
the kickoff and placement duties 
The only returning kicker with game 
experience. 

1993: A walk-on who won the 
lucking )ob in pre-season practice ... 
Kicked a season high six points after 
touchdowns versus North Carolina 
... Connected on four-of-four PAT's 
versus West Virginia and Virginia 
Tech Kicked his only field goal of 
the season from 25 yards versus 
WVU ... Improved tremendously 
through the first half of the season 
with his kick-offs frequently going 
into the end zone 




At Avon: A first team All-State and 
first team All-Conference selection as 
*a senior Team won one state 
championship and two conference 
championships during his tenure ... 
Career long field goal registered in 
high school at 49 yards ... Also 
earned All-conference in golf with a 
five handicap ... Earned eight letters 
in football, soccer, basketball and 
golf. 

Personal: Bom 8/22/73 Ken is the 
son of Sandy and Richard Lytle 



Lytle's Statistics 


PAT 


FG 


1993 Att. Made 


Att. Made 


Va. 1 1 


2 


UNC 6 6 





WV 4 4 


1 1 


VaT 4 4 


3 


PSU 1 1 





DUK 4 2 





Totals 20 18 


6 1 




99 

Sharrod Mack 

Defensive Tackle 
Jr.* 6-3 285 
Bronx, N.Y. 
Major: Economics 
High School: Cardinal 
Spellman 




At Maryland: A leading candidate 
for the starting ]ob at left tackle ... 
Was injured and did not take part in 
spring practice Second among the 
down linemen in tackles in 1993. 

1993: A back-up tackle for most of 
the season ... Finished second among 
down linemen in total tackles with 
37 ... Enjoyed the best game of his 
career versus Duke with five tackles, 
one sack, three pass deflections and 
a hurry of the Blue Devil quarterback 
Played well versus West Virginia 
with two unassisted tackles and five 
assists Followed that performance 
with two unassisted tackles and four 
assists against Virginia Tech 
Recorded three total tackles, 
including a tackle for a loss versus 
Perm State Started the final three 
games of the season ... Closed the 
year with seven tackles versus N.C. 
State and five against Wake Forest 

1992: Played in eight games as a 
redshirt freshman ... Enjoyed a big 
day versus Georgia Tech with three 
tackles, a sack and a forced fumble 
His sack versus the Yellow Jackets 
came agamst quarterback Shawn 
Jones and resulted in a safety for the 
Terps ... Totaled a season high four 
tackles versus Florida State 

1991: A redshirt season. 

At Cardinal Spellman: All-City 
honorable mention as a semor by the 
New York Post ... Also a first team 
All-Catholic League All-Star as a 
senior A second team All-Catholic 
League All-Star as a junior A 
three-year letterman m football and 
basketball . Played both ways as a 
lineman m his sophomore and junior 
seasons .. Was a standout defensive 
end and tight end as a semor ... 
Voted Spellman' s 

Athlete-of-the-Year his senior 
season. 

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



Ken LytJe: A strong start made 
him a walk-on starter as 
place-kicker a year ago. He'll 
shoot for another strong 
pre-season. 



Sharrod Mack: A redshirt frosh 
in '93, he was in comparison to 
many line mates an elder 
statesmen. 



Mack's Statistics 










1993 UT AT 


TT 


QBS 


TFL 


PD 


Va 














UNC 














WVa 2 5 


7 











VaT 2 4 


6 











PSU 1 2 


3 





K-l) 





GaT 2 


2 











Duke 1 4 


5 


K-6) 


K-6) 


2 


Clem Did not play 










FSU 2 


2 











NCSU 3 4 


7 











WF 2 3 


5 











Totals 11 26 


37 


K-6) 


2 (-7) 


3 



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38 

Robert Moore 

Inside Linebacker 
Jr. 6-0 230 
North Amityville, N.Y. 
Major: Criminal Justice 
High School: Hempstead/ 
Nassau C.C. 

At Maryland: Has two years of 
valuable experience at Nassau 
Community College Should make a 
difference for the Terps ... Loads of 
athletic ability. 



At Nassau CC: Started all 11 games 
and tallied 108 total tackles, second 
best on the team ... Played with Gary 
Talbot, who also transferred to 
Maryland ... Team lost in National 
Championship agamst Mississippi 
Delta, 20-16 ... Season-best of 11 
tackles in a 28-0 win over Grand 
Rapids ... Spent a year at Fork Union 
Military Academy with Maryland 
classmate Tim Brown 

At Hempstead High: Two-time 
captam and four-year letterwinner at 
Hempstead ... Was also a standout on 
the basketball squad, captaining the 
team as a junior and senior. 

Personal: Born 5/22/73. Robert is the 
son of La Vaughn Hays and Robert 
Moore. 





78 

Mark Motley 

Offensive Lineman 
Jr.* 6-6 315 
Moultrie, Ga. 
Major: Letters & Sciences 
High School: Moultire 
Georgia Military Academy 

At Maryland: Enters the season 
second on the depth chart at right 
tackle ... Redshirted last season after 
transferring from Georgia Military 
Academy where he was an 
All-Amencan. 

1993: A redshirt season. 

At Georgia Military: Was a junior 
college All-Amencan selection his 
second season ... Captained the 
team in 1992 and was a starting 
offensive tackle for three years and 
team captain his senior season. 

At Moultrie: A first team All-Region 
selection his senior season ... 
Starting offensive tackle for three 
years and team captain his senior 
season ... Also a three-year starter in 
basketball and an All-Region 
selection as a senior ... Selected the 
basketball team's most valuable 
player his senior season. 

Personal: Born 6/15/73. Mark is the 
son of Rosie and Willie Motley 



Robert Moore: He is not likely to stand around in '94; the junior 
college transfer will be gunning for a lot of playing time at inside 
linebacker. 




37 

Kevin Plank 

Superback 
Jr.* 6-0 215 
Kensington, Md. 
Major: Government and 

Politics 
High School: St. John's 
Fork Union Military Academy 

At Maryland: Was moved to 
superback during spring practice 
and performed well Will be one of 
the top special team performers this 
season. 

1993: A special teams standout who 
finished tied for the team lead in 
special teams tackles ... Played in all 
11 games ... Earned the team 
Hammer Award for his big special 
teams play versus North Carolina 
Also nominated for the Hammer 
Award versus Virginia Tech 
Inserted into the game at season's 
end at Wake Forest to help stop the 
Deacons at Maryland's goal line ... 
Was in on the stop that allowed for 
dramatic comeback victory 

1992: Among Maryland's top special 
teams performers Listed among 
the top special teams tacklers 
during the entire season ... Opened 
the season with two unassisted 
tackles versus Virginia ... His 
thundering stop versus N.C. State 
earned him the special teams 
Hammer Award from the coaching 
staff ... Recorded two unassisted 
special teams tackles versus 
Georgia Tech 

1991: A redshirt season 



44 



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At St John's: An honorable mention 
All-America as selected by USA 
Today following his senior season 
Honorable mention All-Metropolitan 
by the Washington Post and a first 
team All-Conference Pick ., Led St. 
John's to the Metro Conference 
championship with a 10-1 record in 
1989 A four-sport letterman, 
earning recognition in football (three 
times), lacrosse (three times), track 
and field (twice) and wrestling 
(once). Was an All-Conference 
lacrosse pick in 1990 

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




Darrick Rather 

Defensive Back 

Jr. 6-1 215 

Decatur, Ala. 

Major: Criminal Justice 

High School: Austin High 

Georgia Military Academy 

At Maryland: Will battle for the 
starting corner position ... Worked 
hard in the spring and improved 
greatly ... Earned one of team's 
"Spring Awards" for his enthusiasm 
and effort on the field 

1993: Played in six games and 
recorded four hits ... Saw limited 
action behind Andreal Johnson. 



At Austin High: Two year 

letter winner and starter in football .. 
Named Most Valuable Defensive 
Back ... Selected to the Super 22 
squad ... Northeastern All-Star 
Also played wide receiver Two 
year letterwinner in track competig 
in the triple ]ump and relay. 

At Georgia Military: Played one 
year at Georgia Military ... Squad 
tallied a 6-3 record ... Started every 
game at defensive back. 

Personal: Born 8/25/73. Darrick is 
the son of Jeraldine and Jack Rather 




Deundrick (Dee) Reed 

Tight End 

So* 6-2 205 

Dale City, Fla. 

Major: Health Education 

High School: Pasco 

Comprehensive 

At Maryland: The holder on all the 
Terp's kicking placements ... Came 
to Maryland as a quarterback and 
was moved to tight end this spring 
to take advantage of his outstanding 
athletic abilities 

1993: Played in eight games as a 
redshirt freshman appearing as the 
holder for all placements and as a 
special teams standout ... Was 
perfect on every placement hold ... 




Kevin Plank (371: The embodiment of special teams grit for two 
years, he'll fill that role again but will try to play running back for 
the first time, too. 



Dee Reed: He'll try to play end while holding down his special 
teams work. 



45 



Completed a 20-yard pass from a 
punt formation versus West Virginia 
. . Subbed for Milanovich at 
quarterback versus Clemson but did 
not attempt a pass ... A very active 
special teams player, he recorded a 
tackle versus Georgia Tech 

At Pasco Comprehensive: Earned 
2nd Team All-State quarterback 
honors as a semor ... Also awarded 
1st Team All-Area, All-District and 
All-Conference quarterback honors ... 
He led the team to an 11-1 record 
while winning regional, sectional 
and district titles ... Also led the 
team to the Sunshine Conference 
Championship ... Passed for 1,472 
yards and 16 touchdowns as he 
played in a Wing-T offense ... Ran for 
eight touchdowns as a senior ... 
Voted Pasco's Most Valuable 
Offensive Player, and was team 
captain his senior season . The 
three-sport star was also honored in 
basketball and baseball ... Led the 
1992 basketball team to region, 
section and district championships 
with a 26-3 record ... Named the 
"Outstanding Senior" by the 
members of his graduation class . 
Won the Uhuru Award given for 
Academic and Athletic Excellence ... 
A member of the McKnight Achiever 
Society. 

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




Richard Roberts 

Wide Receiver 
Jr. 5-9 170 
Annandale, Va. 
Major: Criminal Justice 
High School: Annandale 

At Maryland: Graded out sixth best 
on the team in the weight room this 
spring ... Was one of seven on the 
squad awarded the Iron Terp award. 

1993: Played on special teams ... Won 
team's Hammer Award for blocking 
punt ... Also saw action against Perm 
State ... Injury limited him through 
much of the season. 

1992: Transferred from Ferrum 
College and sat out entire season. 

At Annandale: First team All-District 
as a senior ... Third team All-Met ... 
Captained the squad ... Attended 
same high school as Coach Duffner. 

Personal: Bom 3/3/73. Richard is the 
son of Yvonne Roberts. 




25 

Sergio Roach 

Defensive Back 

Jr 5-11 180 

Mattapan, Mass. 

Major: Economics 

High School: Concord Carlisle 

At Maryland: Earned team's 
prestigious Most Improved Award 
after spring drills ... Good speed and 
quickness ... Will likely be a 
permanent fixture on special teams 
this season ... Great work ethic A 
true team player. 

1993: Spent a year on the varsity 
squad, but did not play. 

At Concord Carlisle: Three-year 
letterwmner in football and two-time 
letterwinner in basketball ... Played 
wingback and recorded a team-high 
13 touchdowns throughout his 
senior season ... Also played 
defensive back ... A member of 
National Honor Society ... Academic 
honor roll throughout high school. 

Personal: Born 4/7/72. Sergio is the 
son of Song and Joseph Roach. 





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26 

Scott Salkeld 

Defensive Back 
Fr* 5-9 170 
College Park, Md. 
Major: Letters & Sciences 
High School: Pallotti 

At Maryland: Superb attitude and 
great intensity and enthusiasm ... 
Made a big improvement in the 
spring workout ... Won Spring Effort 
Award ... One of three on defense 
nominated for team's prestigious 
Tough Terp spring award ... Will see 
action on special teams. 

1993: A redsmrt season. 

At Pallotti: A four-year letterman ... 
Earned All-Independent and 
Honorable Mention All-County as a 
senior ... Awarded the Hugh O'Brien 
Youth Foundation Award for 
Leadership ... Honored as Student of 
the Month on several occasions ... 
Also lettered in baseball, track and 
lacrosse. 

Personal: Scott is the son of 
MaryEllen and Neale Salkeld. 



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46 



Terprofiles 




33 

Mike Settles 

Outside Linebacker 

Jr. 6-2 200 

Temple Hills, MD 

Major: Economics 

High School: Bishop McNamara 

At Maryland: Beyond being labeled 
an overachiever - he has developed 
into a competent ACC linebacker ... 
A walk-on transfer student from Lock 
Haven State in Pennsylvania, he 
brought the size of a DB and high 
hopes to camp a year ago and 
earned a starting role ... Continued 
to improve steadily and ranked as 
one of team's most consistent 
players ... Honored academically on 
several occasions by Maryland and 
the ACC. he was saluted and 
featured by Black Issue m High 
Education magazine as a national 
scholar/athlete. 

1993: Was the leadmg tackier at OLB 
... Starter through most of the 
season, fourth m team tackle 
standrngs ... Backed-up Cleveland 
Everhart at WHIP linebacker in 
Virginia game, started North 
Carolina game ... Started third game 
vs West Virginia and for rest of 
season ... Recovered fumble vs. 
Mountaineers ... Won team Hammer 
Award for hit on special teams (block 



on kick return) Second in tackles 
vs Penn State Finished season 
with strong outing at Wake Forest 
Outstanding individual who earned 
place on ACC Academic Honor Roll. 

1992: A redshirt year after sitting out 
following transfer from Lock Haven 
State. 

At Bishop McNamara: Played close 
to College Park in near-by Forestville 
... Spent 1991-1992 school year at 
I di i: Haven I lutstanding 
student-athlete ... At McNamara 
earned two letters in football and 
two in track and field ... All-Metro 
Conference for McNamara's 9-0 team 
in 1990 ... Selected to National Honor 
Society ... Who's Who American High 
School students ... Rotary Club 
Student of the Month, Washington 
Post Student of the Month . .. He also 
earned awards for academic 
excellence in mathematics and 
religion ... Class Vice-President. 

Personal: Bom 6/20/73. Mike is the 
son of Robert and Faye Settles. Mike 
interned under Congressman Albert 
Wynn of Prince Georges County. 




Mike Settles: Academically, 
athletically, the walk-on 
transfer proved he belonged in 
the ACC. He won academic 
honors, and on the field of play 
was in the middle of 
everything. 



Settles 


Statistics 










1993 


UT 


AT 


TT 


Sacks 


TFL 


VA 


3 


3 


6 






UNC 


7 


3 


10 




K-4) 


WV 


2 


1 


3 


K-6) 


K-6) 


VaT 


6 


3 


9 


K-7) 


K-7) 


PSU 


9 


2 


11 


K-4) 


K-4) 


GT 


2 





2 






DK 


3 





3 






CLM 
FSU 


: 



3 


3 
8 






NCS 


3 





3 






WF 


6 


2 


8 




2 (-6) 


Totals 


49 


17 


67 


3 (-17) 


6 (-27) 




70 

Brent Shrode 

Offensive Tackle 
So.* 6-7 270 
Apopka, Fla. 

Major: Computer Science 
High School: Apopka 

At Maryland: A backup on the 
offensive line, he will earn 
repetitions at the left tackle position 
,.. Earned limited playing time last 
season and will continue to learn the 
position this year. 

1993: Played for the first time versus 
Clemson and recorded one pancake 
block ... Moved to tight end near the 
end of the season, but did not see 
any game action at the position. 

1992: A redshirt season. 

At Apopka: A second team All-State 
and first team All-Central Florida 
selection his senior season ... Won 
the "Golden Helmet Award" for his 
selection as the top offensive 
lineman in the city of Orlando ... A 
first team All-Metro (Orlando) 
selection ... Team co-captain his 
senior season ... Improvment is 
constantly ongoing, as he played 
only two years of high school 
football ... A straight A student who 
was awarded an honors diploma at 
graduation. 

Personal: Bom 9/26/74. Brent is the 
son if Thelma and Norman Shrode. 



10 

Geroy Simon 

Wide Receiver 
So. 6-1 175 
Johnstown, Pa. 
Major: Criminal Justice 
High School: Johnstown 

At Maryland: Has earned a startrng 
role after a successful freshman 
campaign ... Has big play 
capabrlities ... Superb track and field 
high jumper ... Ran a 4.36 40-yard 
dash last spring which was second 
best on the squad. 

1993: Played in eight games and 
made 19 catches for 194 yards ... 
Saw first action at North Carolina 
First TD score ended a sensational 
rollout from pressure by quarterback 
Scott Milanovich for a 17-yarder 
against West Virginia Caught a 




Geroy Simon (82): With his 
athletic ability — sprinter, high 
jumper, intuitive moves — he 
points to an outstanding 
career. 



47 



Terproflles 



10-yard TD pass at home against No. 
1 ranked Florida State ... Grabbed a 
season-best nine catches for 96 yards 
at N.C. State ... Longest catch of the 
season was a 26-yarder against the 
Wolf pack. 

At Johnstown: Captain and 
thiee-time letterwinner in football ... 
Selected All-Keystone Conference for 
two straight years ... Quad A South 
Section All-Conference in 1992 ... 
Four time track and field letterman ... 
State runner-up as a senior in the 
100-meter dash ... 10.6 100 meter 
runner ... A 6-7, high jumper. 

Personal: Born 9/11/75. Geroy is the 
son of Valerie and Geroy Simon. 




John Sisler 

Outside Linebacker 
Jr. 6-1 200 
East Brunswick, N.J. 
Major: Physical Education 
High School: Central Regional- 
/Admiral Farragut 

At Maryland: Will have a strong 
opportunity to add the needed 
exenence to the defensive line. 

1993: Playing seven games, he 
lettered as a backup outside 
linebacker and special teams 
performer. 

1992: Did not play 

At Admiral Farragut: Captain and 
leading tackier on the squad ... 
Earned second team All-Prep honors 
for head coach Bob Mussari. 

At Central Regional: Three-sport 
letterwinner ... Selected to All-State 
and All-Shore as a senior as he led 
his squad to a 7-2 mark ... Captained 
wrestling squad and threw the shot 
and discus on the track and field 
teams. 

Personal: Born 2/4/72. John is the 
son of Virginia and Mario Sisler. 




65 

Pete Sorrentino 

Offensive Lineman 
Fr* 6-6 285 
Staten Island, N.Y. 
Major: Criminal Justice 
High School: Curtis 

At Maryland: A redshirt freshman 
with enormous potential who is 
listed as the back-up at right 
offensive guard . . Will add depth to 
the position. 

At Curtis: An Ail-American selection 
by Tom Lemming's SuperPiep 
Magazine ...A first team All-State 
Selection ... First team All-New York 
City ... Voted as the team's most 
outstanding lineman ... As a senior 
all-star, he received the Al Fabbin 
Award at the annual school awards 
banquet Earned four varsity letters 
in football ... Graduated in the top 
academic quarter of his senior class. 

Personal: Born 9/18/75. Peter is the 
son of Linda and Peter Sorrentino. 
His father attended Wagner College 
and was a member of the football 
team. 



23 

Jermaine Stewart 

Defensive Back 

So. 5-11 180 

Jersey City, NJ 

Major: Undergraduate Studies 

High School: Marist 

At Maryland: A true freshman who 
played a lot - as a slot receiver and 
as a special teams standout 
Always aggressive, his talents are 
being turned to the defense where 
he was moved to safety in spring 
practice ... Highly regarded, he is a 
threat to start there 

1993: Caught two passes in his first 
varsity game vs Virginia and 
continued a very productive year for 
a true frosh ... Nabbed first TD pass 
vs North Carolina Catch 
production dropped off at end of 
year, but he was used as the team's 
primary kick returner for the 
Clemson game through to the end of 
the season. 

At Marist: As a senior his totals 
were eye-catching: 1,734 yards on 
the ground and an 8.8 yards per 
carry average as a running back, 



and 42 tackles and five interceptions 
as a defensive back ..In the winter 
and spring he turned to track and 
field where he was state parochial 
55 meter champion and long jump 
champion ... As a Marist junior, he 
was an All-Conference and 
All-County m football on both 
offense and defense ... He repeated 
both selections as a senior to go 
along with being named All-State 
and New Jersey's Back of the Year 
and Player of the Year honors ... 
Team went 8-1-1 when he was a 
senior, and won American 
Conference Championship ... 
Received the Nat Gordon Award 
given to the outstanding player in 
the county Anchored Manst's 
4x100 meter relay in track, and was 
hand-timed in the 100 meters at 
109 

Personal: Born 4/24/75. Jermaine is 
the son of Bobbie and John Stewart. 




Jermaine Stewart: He proved as 
a kick returner that toughness 
went with speed. He goes a 
step further this year as a 
potential starting safety. 



Stewart 


's Statistics 
















Pass Receiving 






Kickolf Returns 






1993 


Rec Yds 


TD 


LG 


No. 


Yds 


TD 


LG 


VA 


2 26 





18 










UNC 


1 6 


1 


6 










WV 


3 6 





12 










VaT 
















PSU 
















GaT 


1 15 





15 










Duke 


3 30 





18 










Clem 


1 5 





5 


2 


50 





29 


FSU 








4 


57 





24 


NCS 








3 


22 





13 


WF 








2 


27 





18 


Totals 


11 88 


1 


88 


11 


156 





29 



48 



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Orlando Stroziar 

Defensive Back 
So.' 6-2 190 
Augusta, Ga. 
Major: Mathematics 
High School: Hephzibah 

At Maryland: Football News Third 
Team Freshman All-America ... Had 
knee surgery last February, but is 
expected to be back at full strength 



Strozier's 


Statistics 












1993 


UT 


AT 


TT 


Fmb Rec 


INT 


PR 


YDS 


VA 





3 


3 


2 


1 








NC 


1 


2 


3 








3 


42 


WV 


1 


1 


2 


1 





3 


42 


VaT 


1 





1 














PSU 


3 





3 














GT 


2 


2 


4 





1 


1 


2 


DUK 


2 





2 





1 


4 


50 


CLM 


3 


1 


4 














FSU 


2 





2 














NCS 


2 


1 


3 





1 


1 





WF 


3 


1 


4 








1 





93 Totals 


20 


11 


31 


3 


4 


13 


136 



this fall ... Very talented athlete with 
loads of potential ... Always finds 
himself around the ball ... Big play 
capabilities ... Good speed and 
quickness makes him a valuable 
special teams contributor ... Bright 
future at Maryland is expected. 

1993: Played in all 11 games and 
started in eight contests ... Tallied 32 




Orlando Strozier: What didn't he do as a DB? He returned punts 
and was among the nation's best. He intercepted passes and was 
among the ACC leaders. He started as a redshirt frosh. Only a 
knee injury could slow him to start the year. 



total tackles ... Snagged a team-best 
four interceptions, which was fourth 
in the ACC ... Also led team in 
fumbles recovered ... Started against 
Virginia and had fme debut, 
becoming first Terp since Mike 
Jarmolowich to recover two fumbles 
in a game ... Also had an 
interception ... Registered a 33-yard 
punt return versus North Carolina 
Voted Special Teams Player of the 
Week for play against West Virginia 
... Started at Georgia Tech in place 
of Gene Green and recorded second 
interception ... Also grabbed INT's 
against Duke and NC. State 

1992: A redshirt season. 

At Hephzibah: A four-sport athlete 
... Lettered three years as a 
quarterback on the gridiron and two 
years as a basketball player and a 
track standout ... As a senior, was 
the starting center fielder for the 
baseball team ... Two time captain 
for football and also captarned the 
basketball and track teams ... 
Rushed for 1531 yards, passed for 
907 and combined for 29 
touchdowns ... Eleven of his rushing 
touchdowns went for 60 yards or 
more ... First team All-State as a 
defensive back and second team 
All-State as a quarterback ... 
Selected Augusta's "Most Valuable 
Player" ... First team all-star by the 
Atlanta Journal and Constitution ... 
Also selected team MVP and 
Augusta Area Rotary Club Athlete of 
the Year ... Played in the annual 
Georgia-Flonda All-Star Game 

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



O 




James Stump 

Offensive Lineman 
Jr. 6-0 240 
Finksburg, Md. 
Major: Engineering 
High School: Westminster 

At Maryland: A walk-on player as a 
sophomore in the fall of 1993 ... Will 
compete for playmg time at center 
and is listed third on the depth 
chart at that position ... Is the 
brother of two-time Terp 
letterwinner, Doug Stump. 

1993: Did not play. 

At Westminster: A two-year 
football letterwinner and team 
captain his senior season ... Led 
Westminster to the co-championship 
of the Central Maryland Conference 
m 1991 ... An outstanding wrestler, 
he gamed both regional and 
conference championships his 
senior season ... Finished with an 
18-3 wrestling record his senior 
season ... Named Westminster's 
outstanding wrestler his senior year 
... In addition to serving as the 
captain of the football team, he 
captarned the wrestling and 
baseball teams during his high 
school career. 

Personal: Bora 1/11/74. James is 
the son of Charlene and Charles 
Stump. 



49 




39 

Gary Talbot 

Inside Linebacker 
Jr. 6-0 240 
Hollis, N.Y. 

Major: Criminal Justice 
High School: Bay side 
Nassau C.C. 

At Maryland: Expected to help 
defense with his experience at 
Nassau Community College. 

At Nassau CC: Two year starter ... 
Named All-conference ... Led team in 
tackles with 111 ... Team won the 
Midwest Bowl in 1992 ... Lost m the 
National Championship game in 
1993, 20-16 to Mississippi Delta ... 
Played with Robert Moore, who is 
also part of the Maryland defensive 
scheme. 

At Bayside High: Three-year 
lettermen and two-time captain in 
football ... Played quarterback as a 
senior ... Rushed for over 1,000 total 
yards as an option QB and scored 14 
TD's ... Honorable Mention 
All-Queens ... Earned All-league 
honors ... As a sophomore, was the 
youngest to start when team reached 
City Championship game. 

Personal: Bom 4/9/72. Gary is the 
son of Rhonda and Harold Talbot. 




Gary Talbot: The need was for 
some bigger, faster inside 
linebackers. One of the 
solutions is Talbot, a transfer 
with size and speed. 




76 

John Teter 

Offensive Tackle 

Jr.* 6-5 275 

College Park, Md. 

Major: Aerospace Engineering 

High School: DeMatha 

At Maryland: The starter at right 
offensive tackle for the second 
consecutive season ... An honors 
candidate as one of the top offensive 
linemen in the ACC. 




1993: The starting right tackle in all 
11 games ... Was among the team 
leaders with 34 cut blocks and two 
touchdown blocks ... Played every 
offensive down of the season until 
the fifth game ... Played his best 
game of the year versus Virginia 
Tech with four cut blocks, one 
pancake block and one knockdown 
block ... Played very well against 
N.C. State with five cut blocks, 
three knockdown blocks and one 
touchdown block .. Also impressive 
against Duke with four cut blocks, 
three pancake blocks and one 
touchdown block ... Six cut blocks 
came m the season opener versus 
Virginia and five cut blocks and one 
pancake block came against West 
Virginia 

1992: Played in all 11 games and 
started one as a redshirt sophomore 
... Strong outing versus Duke earned 
him five cut blocks, a team high ... 
Played extensively as a reserve 
versus West Virginia and had two 
cut blocks ... Led the team with 
three cut blocks in his only start 
versus Penn State 

1991: A redshirt season. 

At DeMatha: Played in the Annual 
"Big 33" High School All-Star game 
following his senior season that 
featured the best players from the 
states of Maryland and Pennsylvania 
... A second team All-Metropolitan 
selection by the Washington Post ... 
A first team All-County selection by 
the Pnnce George's Journal and the 
Prince George's Sentinel ... A 
three-year starting left tackle 
letterman and a two-year track 
letterman ... Was ranked third 
academically in his graduating class 
... Was ranked first academically 
following his senior season ...A 
National Merit semi-finalist and a 
member of the honor roll. 

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



John Teter: Part of the solid offensive line who will start for a 
second straight year, he combines talent on the field with 
classroom work in Aerospace Engineering. 



50 



Terprofiles 




40 

Brian Underwood 

Superback 

Fr 1 6-2 180 

Bronx, N.Y. 

Major: Journalism 

High School: Herbert Lehman 

At Maryland: Outstanding runner 
who is listed as back-up at 
Superback Expected to make 
major contnubtions to offense ... Was 
considered among the team's top 
recruits a year ago. 

1993: A redshirt season. 

At Lehman: Named a SuperPrep 
Magazine and Schott's Coaches 
Association All-Amencan following 
an outstanding senior season ... 
Named the Gatorade Player of the 
Year in the State of New York ... Was 
a high school Heisman All-Star ... A 
first team All-New York City 
selection by the New York Times, 
New York Daily News, New York 
Post, and Long Island Newsday ... 
Named the team's MVP and Most 
Outstanding Offensive Player as a 
senior ... Excelled on both sides of 
the ball during his career as running 
back and free safety ... As a semor, 
he gained 1,150 yards on 150 carries 
and scored 17 TDs as a running back 
... As a safety he had 38 initial hits 
and 10 tackle assists He also 
intercepted four passes ... Team 
captain Also starred in basketball 
and track and field. 

Personal: Bom 2/16/75 Bnan is the 
son of Susie and Jimmy Underwood 




29 

Raphael Wall 

Defensive Back 
Sr. 5-11 200 
Columbia, Md. 
Major: Criminal Justice 
High School: Wilde Lake 

At Maryland: Shoulder surgery 
limited his playing time in spring 
drills for second consecutive year 
Made move to cornerback last spring 
before surgery and did a fine job ... 
One of a few senior returners on 
defense ... Has been a jack-of-all 
trades for the Terps during his career 
... Will be counted on for leadership 
... Will battle for starting role. 

1993: Started eight games ... Ninth 
leading tackier on squad with 32 hits 
mcludmg 23 initial ... Brought 
considerable ability to the rover 
position ... Season best of six tackles 
against West Virginia and Florida 
State Had five hits against 
Virginia Tech Caused and 
recovered a fumble against West 
Virginia 

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 ... Also 
tallied 16 tackles from the safety 
position ... Against Penn State, he 
had six returns for 136 yards and four 




Wall's Statistics 








93 


UT 


AT 


TT 


VA 


2 


2 


4 


UNC 


2 


1 


3 


WV 


6 





6 


VaT 


3 


2 


5 


PSU 


1 


1 


2 


GT 


2 





2 


CLM 


2 


1 


3 


FSU 


5 


1 


6 


93 Totals 


23 


8 


31 


Career 


35 


15 


50 



Raphael Wall: A true senior, he has answered the call as running 
back, safety, and kick returner. 



tackles ... Tallied 114 yards on four 
returns against Pitt m next outing ... 
Against Georgia Tech, he rushed 10 
times for 48 yards and returned four 
kickoffs for 82 more yards ... His 13 
carries for 74 yards led the team 
versus Wake Forest Started at 
safety at Duke and totaled a 
career-high eight tackles ... 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 year at North Carolina 
. In the next game versus Penn 
State, he returned a school-record 
nine kickoffs for a school-record 159 
yards ..He also ran for 26 yards and 
a TD and caught two passes for 30 
yards That 215 yards was the 
most all-purpose yardage ever by a 
true freshman at Maryland ..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 standout 
on the track squad ... Led Wilde 



Lake to a perfect 13-0 mark and the 
state 2A championship as he scored 
the winning touchdown m overtime 
to beat Damascus, 13-7 ... Rushed 
189 times for 2,063 yards and 31 
touchdowns as a senior ... Won the 
Gatorade Player-of-the-Year award 
as the top student-athlete m the 
state of Maryland ... Howard County 
MVP ... Fust team all-County for 
three consecutive years ... County 
Player of the Year as a semor ... USA 
Today honorable mention 
All-Amenca A first team 
All-Amenca selection by SupeiPiep 
Magazine ... All-Met by the 
Washington Post and Baltimore Sun 
... Tallied over 5000 career yards on 
the ground including 63 touchdowns 
in his Ulustnous career ... Won the 
county 55M dash m 1988 with a 6.38 
time ... Captained football and track 
and held teams. 

Personal: Bom 4/3/73. Raphael is 
the son of Delores Bussey and 
William Wall. DJ 



51 



Terprofiles 




56 

Al Wallace 

Outside Linebacker 
So.* 6-4 240 
Del Ray Beach, Fla. 
Major: Computer Sciences 
High School: Spanish River 

At Maryland: Exhibits the potential 
to earn starting role ... Has great 
physical tools ... Added 35 pounds 
with a tremendous work ethic in the 
weight room ... Ran a 4.6 in the 40 
this sprmg ... Will continue to be a 
regular on special teams. 

1993: Played in seven games ... 
Totaled 13 tackles, including eight 
initial hits .. Recorded three TFLs for 
-12 yards ... Backed up only senior on 
the line, Jaime Flores ... Two hits in 



opener vs Virginia Season best of 
three initial hits against Virginia 
Tech 

1992: A redshirt season. 

At Spanish River: A three-year 
football letterman and two-year 
varsity letterwinner on the basketball 
squad .. Captained squad on the 
gridiron as a junior and senior ... As a 
junior, he gained more than 500 
yards as a running back . As a 
senior, he moved to wide receiver 
and caught 31 passes for 571 yards 
and five touchdowns ... Also played 
outside linebacker ... First team 
All-County as a receiver and 
linebacker ... Played in the annual 
Florida North-South All-Star Game. 

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




Al Wallace: He's growing and rangy and a likely starter. 




Pat Ward 

Offensive Lineman 
Fr* 6-5 290 
Herndon, Va. 
Major: Criminal Justice 
High School: St. John's 

At Maryland: Enjoyed an 
outstanding sprmg session and is 
the back-up at center ...Is very 
steady and has a low center of 
gravity ... Is a potential candidate for 
honors in the future. 

1993: A redshirt season. 

At St. John's: An All-Amencan 
selection by USA Today newspaper 
... Earned first team All-Metropolitan 
and All-League honors his junior and 
senior seasons ... Named as the top 
lineman in the Metropolitan Area by 
the Washington Pigskin Club ... A 
three-year letterman standout who 
played tackled on both offense and 
defense ... A three-year starter ... 
Totaled 50 tackles and seven 
quarterback sacks at defensive 
tackle his senior season ... Also a 
three-year letterman in basketball. 

Personal: Born 4/3/74. Pat is the son 
of Linda and James Ward 




47 

Mitch Watkins 

Defensive Lineman 
Fr* 6-2 240 
Salisbury, Md. 
Major: Letters & Sciences 
High School: Bennett/Fork 
Union Military 

At Maryland: Listed third on the 
pre-season depth chart ... Expected 
to gain experience this season. 

1993: A redshirt season. 

At Bennett: Four-year letterwinner 
and two-year starter in football . . 
Team tallied a 7-3 record in Watkin's 
senior season ... Three year 
letterwinner in track and field, 
competing in the shot put ... Class 
President for two consecutive years. 

At Fork Union Military: Lettered in 
football and track and field ... Tallied 
second most tackles on the squad 
and led the team in sacks ... Team 
was 8-7. 

Personal: Born 11-16-74. Mitch is 
the son of Marsha and Brad 
Watkins. 



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Terprofiles 




32 

Larry Washington 

Running Back 
Sr. 5-11 215 
Randallstown, Md. 
Major: Criminal Justice 
High School: Randallstown 

At Maryland: A strong, powerful 
runner who will be a key figure in 
Maryland's attack ... Has the size 
and speed to be among the squad's 
top runnng backs. 

1993: Expected be among the teams 
top rushers but had his season cut 
short by in]ury ... Began well versus 
Virginia with eight yards on four 
carries ... Top rushing day of the 
year came versus Penn State as he 
gained 14 yards on three carries ... 



Was moved to special teams and 
became a dangerous kick returner .., 
Returned two kickoffs for 27 yards 
versus North Carolina and one 
versus West Virginia for 12 yards ... 
His long return of 17 yards came 
versus UNC An injury caused him 
to miss the final five games ... 

1992: Ran for 75 yards on 11 carries, 
a 6.8 average before a knee injury cut 
short his season short in the fifth 
game versus Pittsburgh Was 
enjoying a career day against the 
Panthers with 42 yards on seven 
carries and his only career 
touchdown before he was felled with 
a knee injury in the first half ... 
Caught two passes for 14 yards and 
ran back a punt for 10 yards versus 
West Virginia ... Gained 31 yards on 
four carries against Penn State 

1991: Played as a true freshman ... 
Among the teams leaders in rushing 
with 195 yards on 51 carries Also 
caught five passes for 48 yards and 
recorded 312 all-purpose yards ... 
Enjoyed his top career day as he 
rushed for 53 yards on 10 carries 
versus Duke Returned a kickoff 30 
yards versus West Virginia on his 
first collegiate play ... Played at 
Pittsburgh and gained 20 yards on 
one drive leading to a first half Terps' 
touchdown ... Expanded playing time 
came versus Wake Forest due to an 
injury to starter Mark Mason ... 
Rushed for 34 yards on seven 



Washingtor 


\'s Statistics 






1993 


Att. 


Yds. 


Lg. 


TD 




Va. 


4 


8 


5 







UNC 










2 KORs. 27 yds., long of 17 


WVa 










1 KOR, 12 yds. 


VaT 












PSU 


3 


14 


6 







GT 


1 













'93 Totals 


8 


22 


6 





3 KORs, 39 yds, long of 17 


1992 


Att. 


Yds. 


Lg. 


TD 




WVa 
















PSU 


4 


31 


19 







Pitt 


7 


44 


12 


1 




'92 Totals 


11 


75 


19 


1 




1991 


Att. 


Yds. 


Lg. 


TD 




WVa 


1 


2 


2 







Pitt 


4 


20 


13 







GaT 


5 


3 


3 







WF 


7 


34 


14 







Duke 


10 


53 


14 







UNC 


10 


33 


10 







PSU 


3 


15 


9 







NCSU 


11 


35 


20 







'91 Totals 


51 


195 


20 







Career Totals 


70 


292 


20 


1 





carries versus Demon Deacons 
Rushed for 30 yards or more in four 
of seasons final five games: Wake 
Forest (34), Duke (53i. North 
Carolina (33) and N.C. State (35) 

At Randallstown: Came to Maryland 
as the most highly recruited football 
player in the state of Maryland in 
many years ... Ran for what is 
believed to be a state record 2,275 
yards and 36 touchdowns in leading 
Randallstown to a perfect 13-0 
record and the State Class 4A 
Championship in 1990 ... Averaged 
10.0 yards per carry as a senior ... 
Was the Maryland State Player of 
the Year by the Associated Press 
and a 1st Team All-State selection 
his senior season ... Also selected 
the state's Player-of-the-Year by the 
Baltimore Morning and Evening Sun 
... Selected as the USA Today State 
of Maryland Player-of-the-Year ... 
Selected All-Metro and All-Baltimore 
County in 1988, '89 and '90 ... 
Starred as a four-year letterman in 
three different sports - football, 
basketball and baseball ... All-County 
selection in baseball each of his final 
three years ... His addition to 
Maryland's 1991 recruiting class 
gave the Terps one of the top 
recruiting classes in the nation. 

Personal: Born 3/12/72. Larry is the 
son of Grace Price. 



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87 

Tim Watson 

Defensive Lineman 
So. 6-4 245 
Somers Point, N.J. 
Major: Letters & Sciences 
High School: Mainland 

At Maryland: The starter at 
defensive end ... Earned the starters 
role with strong play at the position 
as a true freshman ... Started one 
game as true freshman. 

1993: Gained playing time for first 
time in fifth game versus Perm State 
and responded well ... Totaled seven 
tackles and one tackle for a loss in 
his first collegiate appearance ... Led 
the down lineman in tackles versus 




Larry Washington: Speed and power and his last try at starting as 
a true senior could propel him to playing time. He certainly has 
the talent. 



53 



the Nittany Lions ... Started versus 
Georgia Tech the next week and 
again played well registering three 
tackles ... After missing Duke game 
with an injury, he returned with his 
top performance of the season versus 
Clemson ... Recorded three 
unassisted tackles, one assisted 
tackle, two tackles for losses and one 
pass deflection versus the Tigers. 

At Mainland Regional: Chosen 
All-America by USA Today, Blue Chip 
and SupeiPwp Magazine, following a 
spectacular senior season ... Was a 
first team All-South Jersey, first team 
AU-County and All-Conference 
selection durmg his junior and semor 
seasons ... Honored as the team's 
MVP his semor year ... Played the 
defensive line, linebacker and tight 
end durmg his three years ... 
Delivered 76 initial tackles (14 for lost 
yardage) and 41 assisted tackles for a 
team record 117 total tackles ... As a 
junior he had 70 initial hits (13 for 
lost yardage) and 13 tackle assists ... 
Also caught 10 passes for 143 yards 
and one TD ... Earned three letters 
each in football, basketball and track 
and field ... Captained all three teams 
twice ... Was a second team 
All-Conference basketball selection as 
a junior ... First team All-Conference 
m track and field, and qualified for 
the state championships as a discus 
thrower his semor year. 

Personal: Bom 12/23/74. Tim is the 
son of Chen Watson. 




53 

Jahmal Webstar 

Inside Linebacker 

Sr.* 6-1 205 

North Braddock, Pa. 

Major: Kinesiological Sciences 

High School: Woodland Hills 

At Maryland: Listed as the backup to 
starter Mike Gillespie ... A player with 
vast potential ... Expected to see 
plenty of action ... Recorded a 4.8 in 
the 40-yard dash last spring. 

1993: Played in two games, recorded 
one initial hit and one assisted. 

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

1991: Did not play 

1990: A redshirt year 

At Woodland Hills: Was an honorable 
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. 





50 

Brett White 

Inside Linebacker 
Fr.* 6-2 215 
Hornell, N.Y. 

Major: Letters & Sciences 
High School: Hornell 

At Maryland: Will back up the only 
senior on the line, Enck Wood ... 
Showed signs of improvement 
throughout spring drills ... Will see 
considerable action. 

1993: A redshirt season. 

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 senior years ... As a senior, he 
tallied 139 tackles and seven sacks 
to become the school's all-time 
leading tackier ... A second team 
All-State performer and 
All-Rochester first team ... Section V 
Most Valuable Player ... All-county 
basketball player ... Student Council 
class officer. 

Personal: Born 6/16/74. Brett is the 
son of Holly Hogan and Howard 
White. 




15 

Walt Williams 

Wide Receiver 

So.* 6-0 170 

Miami, Fla. 

Major: Health Education 

High School: Killian Senior 

At Maryland: A possession receiver 
who uses his speed to his advantage 
... Enters the season listed second on 
the depth chart at wide receiver, 
which dictates into a great deal of 
playing time. 

1993: Caught 13 passes for 285 yards 
to place among the team leaders ... 
His 25.9 yards per reception average 
was a team best ... Erupted for one of 
the school's top yards-per-reception 
days versus Virginia Tech ... Caught 
three passes for 111 yards, an 
average of 37 yards per catch ... 
Hauled in a 67 yard pass from Scott 
Milanovich that went for a 
touchdown and was the second 
longest pass play of the season ... 
Three catches, his career best, came 
versus Virginia Tech and Georgia 
Tech Used his speed to catch three 
passes of 40 yards or more. 

1992: A redshirt season. 



Tim Watson: A talented true freshman starter (or much of 1993, 
he learned the hard way how to stop ACC ballcarriers. 



Williams' Statistics 










Rec. 


Yds 


TD 


Lg 


YPC 


VaT 3 


111 


2 


67 


370 


GaT 3 


23 





13 


7.7 


Duke 2 


29 





24 


14.5 


Clem 1 


44 





44 


44.0 


FSU 3 


67 


1 


50 


22.3 


NCSU 1 


11 





11 


110 


Totals 13 


285 


3 


67 


25.9 



54 



Terprofiles 




Walt Williams: His TDs per 
number of catches points to a 
clutch receiver. 



At Killian Senior: An all-star 
member of both the football and 
track teams ... Closed his brilliant 
high school track career as the 
number one ranked high school 
hurdler in the nation ... Enjoyed a 
phenormnal football career as a 
wideout on the football team ... 
Caught 1 1 passes for an incredible 
26.2 yard average in an 
option-oriented offensive scheme ... 
Earned honorable mention All-Dade 
County honors hrs semor season ... 
Was the recipient of the Weldon 
Mcintosh Memorial Scholarship 
Award in recognition of his athletic 
achievements and exceptional 
character. 

Personal: Born 6/29/74. Walt is the 
son of Ellen and Walter Williams, Jr. 




48 

Erick Wood 

Inside Linebacker 
Sr.* 6-1 220 
Medford, N.J. 
Major: Criminal Justice 
High School: Shawnee 

At Maryland: Expected to start at 
inside linebacker after three solid 
years of play ... Only senior on the 
line ... Strong and quick athlete who 
is expected to have a productive 
season for the young defense ... 
Excellent in the classroom with a 
cumulative GPA topping 3.0 mark. 

1993: Second among ILB's with 54 
total tackles ... Backed up Chad 
Wiestltng and gained more playing 
time when Wiestling was injured ... 
Started vs. Virginia Tech and 
recorded eight tackles including five 
solo hits ... Season best of 12 tackles 
in Terp win over Duke ... Also tallied 



five or more hits against Virginia, 
Wake Forest and West Virginia 
Injured at Clemson Returned to 
limited play vs. Florida State. 

1992: Back-up in the middle behind 
starters Mike Jarmolowich and Dave 
Marrone ... He was the seventh on 
the team in tackles with 42 including 
25 solo hits ... Records five tackles in 
the season opener vs. Virginia 
Strong game at West Virginia with 
six tackles and a sack ,.. Four 
unassisted stops against Pittsburgh 
... Came up with great outing against 
Wake Forest with six stops. 

1991: Played in eight games, mainly 
with the special teams unit ... 
Recorded four tackles, three 
unassisted ... His best game came 
against Penn State. 

1990: A redshirt season. 

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 ... 
Two-time All-Conference ... First 
team All-South New Jersey, 
Burlington County, Liberty Division 
and Group IV as a senior ... Also 
lettered in baseball and track and 
field. 

Personal; Born 1/12/72. Erick is the 
son of Lois and Charles Wood. His 
father is the football coach at Cherry 
Hill East (NJ) High School, after a 
distinguished playing career at North 
Carolina, followed by a professional 
career with the Atlanta Falcons and 
New Orleans Saints. Enck's brother, 
Chris, played football at Trenton State 
College. 




Erick Wood: He has been a starter and back-up, but always earns 
lots of playing time as either. 



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84 

Kevin Woodeshick 

Tight End 

Sr.* 6-3 235 

Berwick, PA 

Major: Computer Science 

High School: Berwick 

At Maryland: Was moved from 
outside linebacker to tight end by 
the coaching staff at the beginning 
of spring practice ... Will possibly be 
used when Terps go to formations 
featuring a tight end ... Played most 
of spring as number two on depth 
chart. 

1993: Was a back-up at outside 
linebacker/defensive end ... Saw 
limited duty ... Also competed on 
special teams. 

1992: Reserve at linebacker as new 
staff went to offense which did not 
have H-Back. 

1991: Listed as third team H-Back ... 
Caught first pass of career against 
West Virginia; it went for seven 
yards. Also returned a kickoff for 
nine yards vs. the Mountaineers. 

1990: A redshirt season. 

At Berwick: Selected first team 
All-State by the Associated Press ... 
Caught 45 passes his semor season 
with 12 going for touchdowns ... 
Also had 45 tackles and three sacks 

Helped lead Berwick to a 14-1 
record and a number five national 
ranking ... Berwick advanced to the 
Class 3 A State Championship game 
where it lost for the only blemish on 
its record ... Maintained a 4.0 grade 
point average throughout high 
school, and was President of the 
Semor Class. 

Personal: Bom 4/24/72. Kevin is the 
son of Susan and Herb Woodeschick. 




66 

Luther Alexander 

Outside Linebacker 
Fr.* 6-3 240 
Randallstown, Md. 
Major: Letters & Sciences 
High School: Calvert Hall 




Dwight Deyanpert 

Defensive Lineman 
So. 6-4 230 
Baltimore, Md. 
Major: Biology 
High School: Poly 




59 

George Bradford 

Defensive Back 
Fr. 6-0 190 
Columbia, Md. 
Major: Letters & Sciences 
High School: Wilde Lake 




19 

Darryl Giles 

Defensive Back 
Fr.* 5-9 170 
Suitland, Md. 
Major: Zoology 
High School: Suitland 




67 

Brian Taylor 

Offensive Lineman 

So. 6-2 265 

Poolesville, Md. 

Major: Kinesiological Sciences 

High School: Richard 

Montgomery 



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97 

Michael Coulter 



Kicker 

Fr. 6-1 190 

Alexandria, Va. 

Major: Architecture 

High School: West Potomac 





Freeman Dennis 

Superback 

Fr.* 5-11 180 

Beltsville, Md. 

Major: Letters & Sciences 

High School: High Point 



14 

Ray Lawson 

Defensive Back 

So. 5-9 175 

Cleveland, Oh. 

Major: Biology 

High School: Cleveland Heights 




82 

Meyambo Tshibaka 

Defensive Back 

Fr. 5-11 195 

Rockville, Md. 

Major: International Business 

High School: Richard 

Montgomery 



18 

George Mayer 

Kicker 

So. 6-0 195 
Baltimore, Md. 

Major: Kinesiological Sciences 
High School: Archbishop 
Curley 



56 



Terprospects 



Richard Abrams 

Defensive Lineman 

Fr. 6-4 275 

Warrington, Va. 

High School: Arundel (Md.) 

At Arundel: Originally in the 1993 
recruiting class, but enrolled this 
year ... Earned second team All-State 
and fust team All-Anne Arundel 
County honors following a 
spectacular senior season Selected 
to the All-Metropolitan team by the 
Washington Post ... Was the most 
highly recruited lineman in the state 
of Maryland Recorded 48 tackles 
and seven sacks his senior year ... A 
starter at defensive end his final two 
years and team captain his senior 
season ... Played in the Chesapeake 
Classic at Maryland's Byrd Stadium 
... A standout basketball player who 
led the state in rebounding his 
senior season ... Gained second team 
All-State honors after finishing 
second in the state in rebounds as a 
junior ... Earned All-County honors 
three consecutive years 

Personal: Bom 5/7/74. Rich is the 
son of Betty and Albert Abrams. 



Henry Baker, Jr. 

Linebacker/Defensive Back 
Fr. 6-4 200 
Patterson, NY. 
High School: Eastside 

At Eastside: A first team All-League 
selection and second team All-County 
choice as a fullback his senior 
season 

Personal: Born 8/11/76. Henry is the 
son of Ruby and Henry Baker 



Charles Cannon 

Defensive Back 
Jr. 6-1 200 
Malvern, N.Y. 
High School: Garden City 
Nassau Community College 

At Nassau: An Honorable mention 
All-America selectionfollowing his 
second season . A First 
TeamAU-Conference selection ... Was 
the No 4 tackier on the team his 
sophomore season ... Posssesses 
great instincts and reaction time ... 
Can play strong sefety and outside 
linebacker ... Will help the Terps 
immediately 

Personal: Born 7/23/72. Charles is 
the son of Claudette Meyers. 




Clifton Crosby 

Defensive Back 
Fr. 5-11 175 

Erie, Pa. 

High School: East 

At East: A first team All-State 
selection as a kick returner by the 
Associated Press ... Was nationally 
ranked and scouted at three 
different positions - defensive back, 
running back and return specialist ... 
An All-East selection by Max 
Emfinger's Recruiting Almanac and 
Tom Lemmings SuperPrep Magazine 
... Rushed for 3,080 yards during his 
three-year varsity career ... Scored 24 
touchdowns and averaged 9.1 yards 
per carry as a senior ... Amassed 
over 500 yards and scored four 
touchdowns on kickoff and punt 
returns his senior season ... In 
addition to his football honors, he 
earned All-State honors in track and 
was All-Metropolitan in basketball ... 
Won the Metro rushing and scoring 
championships ... Was a two-time 
All-Metro selection and scored over 
1,000 career points in basketball ... 
Was All-Metro in three track 
events-the 100, 200 and long jump 

Personal: Born 9/17/74. Clifton is the 
son of Peggy Sparks. 



lohn Feugill 

Offensive Lineman 
Fr. 6-6 270 
Methuen, Mass. 
High School: Methuen 

At Methuen: An all-East selection by 
both Max Emfingers Recruiting 
Almanac and Tom Lemming's 
SuperPrep Magazine ... Rated among 
the Top-20 offensive lineman by 
SuperPrep ... Considered the top 
offensive lineman in New England 
and is expected to help the Terps 
immediately ... Played both offensive 
tackle and tight end in high school ... 
Is an aggressive run blocker with 
quick feet ... Graded out at 80% for 
his senior season. 

Personal: Bom 12/20/75. John is the 
son of Joanne Finnegan. 



Latroy Fowlkes 

Linebacker 

Fr. 6-1 240 

Baltimore, Md. 

High School: North County 

At North County: A first team 
All-State selection by the Associated 
Press ... Named Player of the Year in 
the State of Maryland by the 
Baltimore Sun and the Maryland 
Gazette ... Named the Defensive 
Player of the Year by the Baltimore 
Sun An All-Metropolitan selection 
by the Washington Post ... Rated as 
the nation's No 3 linebacker by Tom 
Lemmings SuperPrep Magazine ... 
The Annapohs Capital/Gazette 
Newspaper's Player of the Yeai A 
two-time All-Metropolitan selection 
by the Baltimore Sun ... First team 
All-Anne-Arundel County as a senior 
at linebacker and second team 
All-County on the defensive line as 
a junior ... Totaled 190 tackles, five 
sacks and three fumble recoveries 
his senior season ... Runs a 4.6 40 
yard dash ... Earned first team 
All-County honors in track and field 
Considered an outstanding player 
with great foot speed who could 
have an immediate and dramatic 
impart on the Terps' defense. 

Personal: Bom 12/3/76. Latroy is 
the son of Betty and Kenneth 
Fowlkes. 



Eric Hicks 

Defensive End 

Fr. 6-6 240 

Erie, Pa. 

High School: Mercyhurst Prep 

At Mercyhurst Prep: An All-East 
selection, Number 30 overall, by 
Tom Lemrmng's SuperPrep 
Magazine ... Totaled 86 tackles, six 
quarterback sacks and one 
interception as a senior ... Played 
linebacker in high school but will 
probably be moved to defensive end 
upon his arrival m College Park ... 
Strong, instinctive and has a great 
first step ... Also a basketball 
standout with a 28-inch vertical 
jump ... Selected All-Metro ... Led 
the team in tackles his senior 
season. 

Personal: Bom 6/17/76. Eric is the 
son of Cheryl Vaughn and Gus 
Hicks. 



Terprospects 



Lawrence Jackson 


Jonathan Johnson 


Eric Ogbogu 


Kendall Ogle 


Defensive Back 


Defensive Back 


Tight End/Linebacker 


Running Back 


Fr. 6-0 185 


So. 6-0 195 


Fr. 6-4 220 


Fr. 6-1 210 


Clinton, Md. 


Pahokee, Fl. 


Irvington, N.Y. 


Irvington, N.J. 


High School: Bishop McNamara 


Northeastern Oklahoma A&M 


High School: Archbishop 
Stepinac 


High School: Hillside 


At Bishop McNamara: Named 


At Northeastern Oklahoma A&M: 


At Hillside: The No. 2 ranked 


All-Atlantic Coast by Tom Lemming's 


Started as a true freshman for 


At Archbishop Stepinac: Honorable 


running back m the Eastern Region 


SuperPiep Magazine ... Tabbed 


Northeastern Oklahoma at 


mention All-Amencan by Max 


by Blue Chip Illustrated ... An 


among the top 100 players by 


comerback in 1993 ... Missed nearly 


Emfinger's Recruiting Almanac ... 


All-East selection by Tom 


SuperPrep ... Named by Max 


the entire season with a shoulder 


Was rated among the top 50 players 


Lemmmg's SuperPrep Magazine and 


Emfinger's Recmitmg Almanac as 


separation but still managed 14 


in the East by Tom Lemming's 


ranked as the nation's No. 8 running 


All-ACC area ... Selected 


tackles, three pass breakup and a 


SuperPrep Magazine ...A first team 


back prospect by the publication ... 


All-Metropolitan by the Washington 


fumble recovery while playing only 1 


All-League and All-City selection ... 


The most sought after running back 


Post ... All-County by the Prince 


1/2 games ... Very athletic and hard 


An All-City selection by New York 


in the state of New Jersey ... A first 


George's Journal ... Runner-up for 


hitting ... Is a good cover player who 


Newsday ... A bruising two-way 


team All-State selection ... Muscled 


defensive Player of Year by the P.G. 


will be a great boost to the Terps 


athlete ... Rushed for 1,803 yards and 


his way for 1,059 yards (8.0 avg.) 


Journal ... Considered to be among 


defensive backfield upon his arrival. 


18 touchdowns as a fullback, and 


and 11 touchdowns his senior 


the best two-way players in the 




averaged eight tackles, including 12 


season ... Ran for 3,300 yards and 30 


county ... A first team All-League 


Personal: Bom 7/4/73. Jonathen is 


for lost yardage, as a linebacker ... 


touchdowns during his varsity 


selection at both running back and 


the son of Joe and Evelyn Johnson 


Has the size, quickness and speed to 


career ... Also played linebacker as a 


defensive back ... Was also a 


and is the older brother of Terps 


play several positions, and will 


senior and recorded 119 total 


standout running back and wide 


starting comerback Andreal (A.J.) 


probably be used as a tight end in 


tackles, 14 tackles for lost yardage, 


receiver ... Among the areas most 


Johnson. 


Maryland's new offensive set ... Has 


and three mterceptions. 


talented return specialists ... Very 




a sister who runs track for Maryland, 




physical performer on defense. 




and a brother who ran track for the 


Personal: Bom 1 1/25/75. Kendall is 






Terps. 


the son of Pamela and Sam 


Personal: Bom 4/14/76. Paul is the 


Chaney Milner 


Paddymo. 


son of Pen and Larry Jackson. 




Personal: Born 7/18/75. Enc is the 






Tight End 


son of Winifred and Louis Ogbogu. 






Fr 6-1 220 








Alexandria, Va. 






Brace James 


Major: Letters & Sciences 








High School: Episcopal 




Wide Receiver 






Fr. 5-8 165 


At Maryland: Originally signed with 


t 


Gretna, La. 


Maryland in 1993, but suffered a 


High School: Archbishop Shaw 


knee injury and deferred his 


Sk'~ 




admission one year ... Rehabilitated 


At Archbishop Shaw: An Honorable 


his knee throughout the past year 


1 %. : 


Mention All- State, first team 


and has returned it to 100 percent. 


All-District and All-Metropolitan 




1 Wb 


honoree as both a junior and senior 


At Episcopal: Was a Blue Chip 


m ■■ 


... The school's leading all-time 


All-Amencan choice in 1991 and 1992 




rusher who played m 36 consecutive 


Rushed for over 2.000 career yards 




varsity games ... Was a three-year 


and scored 27 touchdowns ... Played 






starter ... Rushed for a school record 


in three games as a senior before 




i# oflp 


47 touchdowns ... A running back 


injuring his knee ... As a junior, he 


■ 


4 jHK- 


who has good hands, he had nearly 


rushed for 650 yards and 11 




^* -J9^E p ' 


20 pass receptions as a senior ... An 


touchdowns in leading the team to a 


Jk g Jj 1 *JjU £ i 


All-Metropolitan selection in track ... 


9-0 mark ... The '92 team won the 


His speed (4.54 40) will allow him to 


Interstate Athletic Conference title 




be used as a quick slot receiver ... A 


and ended the season ranked No. 3 




three-time letterwinner in football 


by the Washington Post ... Lettered 




and two-time letterwinner in track. 


three years as a star basketball 
player and was an all-Metropolitan 






Personal: Bom 2/23/75. Bruce is 


selection by the Washington Post ... 






the son of Judith and Bruce James. 


Also a standout in track and field as 
he set school and conference marks 
in the 100-meter dash. 

Personal: Bom 7/3/74. Chaney is the 
son of Delores McCoy and Raymond 








Milner, Sr. 


Y^^^M ^^^^^ 







Terprospects 



Ryan Rezelle 

Offensive/Defensive Lineman 

Fr. 6-5 285 

Erie, Pa. 

High School: McDowell 

At McDowell: A second team 
All-State performer An All-East 
selection by Tom Lemming's 
SuperpPiep Magazine ... Honorable 
mention All-East by Max Emfinger's 
Recruiting Almanac ... Graded out at 
90 percent for his entire senior 
season A very intelligent 
student-athlete. Rezelle carried a 3.7 
giade point average throughout his 
high school, and scored 1,200 on his 
SAT. 

Personal: Born 4/21/76. Ryan is the 
son of Linda and Peter Rezelle. 



Brad Rhodes 

Kicker/Punter 
Fr. 5-9 150 
Gulfport, Miss. 
High School: St. John's 

At St. John's: Is expected to handle 
kickoff and placement duties 
immediately ... Honorable Mention 
All- America by USA Today . A 
two-time member of the USA Today 
Honor Roll ... Finalist for the 
Mississippi Player of the Year Award 
.., Kicked six field goals of 40 yards 
or more as a senior including a 
51-yarder ... Career long field goal 
kick was 52-yards his junior season 
... Successful on 21 of 29 field goals 
during his career ... As a senior, he 
put nearly 80 percent of his kickoffs 
into the end zone for touchbacks ... A 
superb athlete, he rushed for 1,200 
yards as a running back and 
intercepted six passes as a defensive 
back ... Recognized among the top 
prep kickers in the nation last season 
... Also a national champion weight 
lifter who has benched 430 pounds 
and squatted nearly 400 pounds ... A 
member of the track and field team 

Earned four vasnty letters and 
was named the most outstanding 
discus thrower during both the 1992 
and 1993 seasons ... Also earned one 
varsity basketball letter. 

Personal: Bom 9/6/75. Brad is the 
son of Karen and Joseph Rhodes. 



Estes (Buddy) Rodgers III Ashley Sims 



Running Back 

Fr. 6-0 225 

East Providence, R.I. 

High School: East Providence 

At East Providence: A Parade 
Magazme All-America selection 
following an outstanding senior 
season ... The first ever Parade 
All-America to sign with the Terps ... 
Named Honorable Mention 
All-America by USA Today following 
both his junior and senior years ..A 
big, powerful back who will help the 
team in the rushing department 
immediately ... Two-time Gatorade 
Player of the Year in Rhode Island ... 
Also named first team All-State and 
first team All-Region following his 
junior and senior year ... Recruiting 
expert Tom Lemming's SuperPrep 
Magazme rated him as the number 
seven overall prospect (all positions) 
in the East and a first team 
All-America ... Blue Chip Illustrated 
listed Rodgers as the No. 1 running 
back prospect in the East ... Rushed 
for 3,231 yards (8.7 avg.) and totaled 
322 points during three varsity 
playing seasons ... Holds 14 school 
records ... Rushed for 1,297 yards and 
22 touchdowns as a senior ... Capped 
his senior season as he rushed for 
over 300 yards and six touchdowns 
in his final game ... His signing 
elevated the Terps recruiting class 
into Top 25 status ... Has 4.47 speed 
in the 40-yard dash ... Earned second 
team All-State honors in track as a 
sophomore and earned the most 
outstanding player award on the 
basketball team his junior year. 

Personal: Born 8/5/76. Buddy is the 
son of Jeanette Estes. 



Defensive Lineman 
Fr. 6-4 250 
Rochester, N.Y. 
High School: East 

At Hudson Valley: Led Hudson in 
sacks each of his two years Was 
the team's second leading tackier 
both years. 

At East: Named first team All-City at 
defensive back and second team 
All-City at tight end his semor 
season ... Played in the Eddie Meath 
All-Star game following his senior 
season ... Led the team to a 9-2 
record that year ... First team 
All-City and second team All-County 
at defensive back as a junior ... 
Team was 9-2 his senior season and 
9-1 his junior year. 

Personal: Born 2/15/73. Ashley is 
the son of Susan and John Albert. 

Todd Stewart 

Free Safety 

Fr 6-2 185 

Washington, D.C. 

High School: Anacosta High 

At Anacosta: Two time 
all-conference pick as a free-safety ... 
All-Met and Honorable Mention USA 
Today All-Amenca ... Art Monk Top 
30 Club ... Two-time Defensive MVP 
of City Championship game ... 
Pigskin Club All-Amenca pick ... Led 
team to a 10-3 record as a semor ... 
Has registered a 4.6 in the 40 yard 
dash ... Selected MVP of baseball 
team and also lettered in basketball 
and track. 

Personal: Born 9/29/76. Todd is the 
son of Anita and Willy Stewart. His 
father was the 1993 Football Coach 
of the Year at Anacosta. 



Anthony Surman 

Defensive Lineman 
Fr. 6-3 285 
Whitehall, Pa. 
High School: Baldwin 

At Baldwin: An all-Conference 
performer on both the offensive and 
defensive lines during both his 
junior and senior years ... Played in 
the "Big 33" All-Star game this 
summer A selection to the 
All-Allegheney County team . . 
Honorable mention All-East by Max 
Emfinger's Recruitmg Almanac ... 
Played both offense and defense 
throughout his career ... Averaged 
nearly nine tackles a game as a 
senior from the nose tackle position 

A four-year starter for Baldwin, 
widely recognized as one of the top 
programs in the state of 
Pennsylvania ... Very strong as he 
benches over 400 pounds and 
squats over 600 pounds ... Also a 
four-year starter on the baseball 
team ... Earned the "Good 
Citizenship Medal" from the Sons of 
the Amencan Revolution ... 
Awarded the Academic 
Achievement Award by the South 
Hills Area School Distnct. 

Personal: Bom 5/20/76. Anthony is 
the son of Anthony and Denise 
Surman. 




ospects 



Kandrick Walton 

Wide Receiver 
Fr. 6-4 240 
Dallas, Tex. 
High School: Carter 

At Carter: Rated as the number 
eight overall receiver prospect by 
Max Emfinger's Recruiting Almanac 
... The No. 14 rated receiver in the 
Southwest Region by Blue Chip 
Dlustiated ... Caught 48 passes for 
729 yards and 10 touchdowns his 
senior season .., Helped lead Carter 
to an 11-1 record this past year ... 
Possesses the size and speed to be a 
major contributor to the Terps 
immediately ... Will play an outside 
receiver position ... Considered 
among the top receivers coming out 
of the state of Texas. 

Personal: Bom 9/4/75. Kendnck is 
the son of Diedra Franklin. 



Oamond Ward 

Defensive Back 
Fr 5-10 163 
Wilson, N.C. 

High School: Bettingfield High 
Milford Academy (CT) 

At Milford: Played one year at 
Milford Academy and quickly 
became a top college prospect ... 
Named Most Outstanding Back on 
squad and received Player of the 
Year award ... Rushed for 973 yards 
on 103 carries and led team to a 
10-1-1 record ... MVP of track squad 
running a 4.4 m the 40 yard dash ... 
Earned Most Improved in wrestling. 

Personal: Born 7/28/73. 



Cornelius White 

Defensive Lineman 

Fr 6-4 260 

Newburgh, N.Y. 

Major: Criminal Justice 

High School: Newburgh Free 

Academy 

At Maryland: Coming off a 
pre-season injury from last season ... 
Listed as third on the depth for the 
1994 season. 

1993: A redsfurt season 

At Newburgh Academy: A four-year 
letterman playmg football and 
basketball ... Played offense and 
defense ... Selected to New York's 
all-state first team as a defensive end 
... A starter his final three years ... 
Captained the team last season ... 
Voted the team MVP Award for '92 ... 
A Tri-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 fumbles and 
scored a touchdown off a recovery ... 
A pre-season all-Amencan pick by 
Street & Smith and Parade magazines 
... A regular on the basketball team ... 
He chose Maryland over Syracuse, 
while others mvolved were Boston 
College and Wisconsm. 

Personal: Bom 2/17/74. Cornelius is 
the son of Ometha McAllister. 




Terpreviews, 1994, Game-by-Game with Opponents 



vs Virginia 

Maryland leads 

(3719 

Won 

Lost 

Tie 

Lost 

Won 

Tie 

Won 

Won 

Lost 

Lost 

Won 

Won 

Won 



1919 
1925 
1926 
1927 
1928 
1929 
1930 
1931 
1932 
1933 
1934 
1935 
1936 



1937 Won 

1938 Lost 

1939 Lost 

1940 Lost 

1942 Won 

1943 Lost 

1944 Lost 

1945 Won 

1957 Won 

1958 Won 

1959 Won 

1960 Won 

1961 Lost 

1962 Won 

1963 Won 

1964 Won 

1965 Lost 

1966 Lost 

1967 Lost 

1968 Lost 

1969 Won 

1970 Won 

1971 Lost 

1972 Won 

1973 Won 

1974 Won 

1975 Won 

1976 Won 

1977 Won 

1978 Won 

1979 Won 

1980 Won 

1981 Won 

1982 Won 

1983 Won 

1984 Won 

1985 Won 

1986 Won 

1987 Won 

1988 Lost 

1989 Lost 

1990 Won 

1991 Won 

1992 Lost 

1993 Lost 



the series 

2) 
13- 

0- 6 

6- 6 

21 
18- 2 
1313 
14 6 



1 
6- 

0- 
20 
14- 
21- 

3- 

19-27 
712 
6-19 
27-12 
0-39 
7-18 
19-13 
12- 
44- 6 
5512 
44-12 
16-28 
40-18 
21- 6 
10- 
27-33 
17-41 
7-12 
23-28 
17-14 
17-14 
27-29 
24-23 
33- 
10- 
62-24 
28- 
28- 
17- 7 
17- 7 
31- 
48- 7 
45-14 
23- 3 
45-34 
33-21 
42-10 
21-19 
23-24 
21-48 
35-30 
17- 6 
15-28 
29-43 



vs North Carolina 



North Carolina 



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1924 
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1926 
1927 
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1929 
1930 
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1936 
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1947 
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1954 



series (30 
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Won 
Lost 
Lost 
Won 
Won 
Lost 
Won 
Lost 
Lost 
Lost 
Lost 
Lost 
Lost 
Lost 
Lost 
Lost 
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Won 
Won 
Won 



leads the 
■25-1) 
0- 6 

13- 
7-16 
3-27 

14- 
6- 
0-16 

14- 6 

6- 7 
19-26 

043 
21-28 

0-33 

0-14 

0-33 

0-19 
2C 49 

7- 7 
14- 7 
26- 
33- 



1955 
1956 
1957 
1958 
1959 
1960 
1961 
1962 
1963 
1964 
1965 
1967 
1968 
1971 
1972 
1973 
1974 
1975 
1977 
1978 
1979 
1980 
1981 
1982 
1983 
1984 
1985 
1986 
1987 
1988 
1989 
1990 
1991 
1992 
1993 



Won 
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Won 
Lost 
Won 
Won 
Lost 
Won 
Lost 
Won 
Lost 
Lost 
Won 
Lost 
Lost 
Won 
Won 
Won 
Lost 
Won 
Won 
Lost 
Lost 
Won 
Won 
Won 
Won 
Lost 
Lost 
Won 
Won 
Lost 
Lost 
Lost 
Lost 



25- 7 
6-34 

21- 7 
27 

14- 7 
22-19 

8-14 
31-13 

7-14 
10- 9 
10-12 

0-14 
33-24 
14-35 
26-31 
23 3 
2412 
34- 7 

7-16 
21-20 
17-14 

3-17 
10-17 
31-24 
28-26 
34-23 
28-10 
30-32 
14-27 
41-38 
38- 
10-34 

0-24 
24-31 
42-59 



vs West Virginia 



West 

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1943 
1944 
1945 
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1951 
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1960 
1966 
1969 
1970 
1973 
1976 
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1980 
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Virginia leads the 
series (15-14-2) 



Lost 

Lost 

Tie 

Tie 

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Lost 

Won 

Won 

Won 

Won 

Won 

Won 

Lost 

Lost 

Lost 

Won 

Lost 

Won 

Lost 

Lost 

Lost 

Won 

Won 

Won 

Won 

Lost 

Lost 

Won 

Lost 

Lost 

Lost 



0-27 
2- 6 
6- 6 
13-13 
27- 
14-16 
47- 7 
41- 
54- 7 

27- 7 
31- 8 

28- 9 
7-31 

10-20 
13-20 
24- 3 
16-24 
14-11 
13-17 
18-19 
21-31 
20-17 
28- 
24- 3 
25-20 
24-55 
10-14 
14-10 
7-37 
33-34 
37-42 



vs Georgia Tech 

Georgia Tech leads the 
series (5-1) 



1988 Won 

1989 Lost 

1990 Lost 

1991 Lost 

1992 Lost 

1993 Lost 



13- 8 
24-28 

3-31 
10-34 
26-28 

0-38 



vs Duke 




vs Florida State 


Maryland leads the series 


Florida State leads the 




(21-16) 




series (4-0) 


1932 


Lost 


0-34 


1966 


Lost 


21-45 


1933 


Lost 


7-38 


1968 


Lost 


14-24 


1941 


Lost 


0-50 


1992 


Lost 


21-69 


1942 


Lost 


0-42 


1993 


Lost 


20-49 


1947 


Lost 


719 








1948 
1950 


Lost 
Won 


12-13 
26-14 


vs NC State 


1957 


Lost 


0-14 


• 


rhe series is tied 


1960 
1962 


Lost 
Lost 


7-20 
7-10 




(23-23-4) 


1963 


Lost 


17-24 


1909 


Lost 


0-31 


1964 


Lost 


17-24 


1917 


Lost 


6-10 


1966 


Won 


2119 


1921 


Tie 


6- 6 


1968 


Lost 


28-30 


1922 


Won 


7- 6 


1969 


Won 


20- 7 


1923 


Won 


26-12 


1970 


Lost 


12-13 


1924 


Tie 


,0- 


1972 


Lost 


14-20 


1946 


Lost 


7-28 


1973 


Won 


30-10 


1947 


Tie 


0- 


1974 
1976 
1977 


Won 
Won 
Won 


56-13 
30- 3 
31-13 


1949 
1950 


Won 
Lost 


14- 6 
13-16 


1978 


Won 


27- 


1951 


Won 


53- 


1979 


Won 


27- 


1954 


Won 


42-14 


1980 


Won 


17- 4 


1956 


Won 


25-14 


1981 


Won 


24-21 


1957 


Lost 


13-48 


1982 


Won 


49-22 


1958 


Won 


21- 6 


1983 


Won 


38- 3 


1959 


Won 


33-28 


1984 


Won 


43- 7 


1960 


Lost 


10-13 


1985 


Won 


40-10 


1961 


Won 


10- 7 


1986 


Won 


27-19 


1962 


Won 


14- 6 


1987 


Won 


23-22 


1963 


Lost 


14-36 


1988 


Won 


34-24 


1964 


Lost 


13-14 


1989 


Lost 


25-46 


1965 


Lost 


7-29 


1990 
1991 
1992 


Won 
Lost 
Won 


23-20 

13-17 
27-25 


1966 
1967 


Lost 
Lost 


21-24 
9-31 


1993 


Won 


26-18 


1968 


Lost 


11-31 








1969 


Lost 


7-24 


vs Clemsor 




1970 


Lost 


0- 6 








1971 


Won 


35- 7 


The series is tied 


1972 


Tie 


24-24 




(20-20-2) 


1973 


Lost 


22-24 


1952 


Won 


28- 


1974 


Won 


20-10 


1953 


Won 


20- 


1975 


Won 


37-22 


1954 


Won 


16- 


1976 


Won 


16- 6 


1955 


Won 


25-12 


1977 


Lost 


20-24 


1956 


Tie 


6- 6 


1978 


Won 


31- 7 


1957 


Lost 


7-26 


1979 


Lost 


0- 7 


1958 


Lost 


0- 8 


1980 


Won 


24- 


1959 


Won 


28-25 


1981 


Won 


34- 9 


1960 


Won 


19-17 


1982 


Won 


23- 6 


1961 
1962 
1963 


Won 

Lost 
Lost 


24-21 
14-17 
6-21 


1983 
1984 


Won 
Won 


29- 6 
44-21 


1964 


Won 


34- 


1985 


Won 


31-17 


1965 


Won 


6- 


1986 


Lost 


16-28 


1966 


Lost 


10-14 


1987 


Lost 


14-22 


1967 


Lost 


7-28 


1988 


Won 


30-26 


1968 


Lost 


0-16 


1989 


Lost 


6-10 


1969 


Lost 


0-40 


1990 


Won 


13-12 


1970 


Lost 


11-24 


1991 


Lost 


17-20 


1971 


Lost 


14-20 


1992 


Lost 


10-14 


1972 


Won 


31- 6 


1993 


Lost 


21-44 


1973 


Won 


28-13 








1974 


Won 


41- 








1975 


Won 


22-20 


vs Tul 




1976 


Won 


20- 








1977 


Won 


21-14 


The series is tied 


1978 


Lost 


24-28 




(2-2) 




1979 
1980 
1981 


Won 
Won 
Lost 


19- 

34- 7 

7-21 


1933 

1973 


Lost 
Won 


0-20 
42- 9 


1982 


Lost 


22-24 


1978 


Won 


31- 7 


1983 


Lost 


27-52 


1981 


Lost 


10-17 


1984 


Won 


41-23 








1985 


Won 


34-31 








1986 


Tie 


17-17 








1987 


Lost 


16-45 








1988 


Lost 


25-49 








1989 


Lost 


7-31 








1990 


Lost 


17-18 








1991 


Lost 


7-40 








1992 


Won 


53-23 








1993 


Lost 


0-29 









vs Wake Forest 



Maryland lead! 
(30-11 

1917 won 

1943 Won 

1944 Lost 
1964 Tied 

1955 Won 

1956 Won 
1967 Won 

1958 Lost 

1959 Lost 

1960 Won 

1961 Won 

1962 Won 

1963 Won 

1964 Lost 

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 

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 

1993 Won 



I the series 

1) 
29-12 

13- 7 
0-39 

1313 
28- 7 

6- 
27- 

0-34 

7-10 
1413 
10- 7 

13- 2 
32- 
17-21 
10- 7 

34- 7 
17-35 
14-38 
1913 
1418 
23- 
37- 
47- 
27- 
17-15 

35- 7 
39- 
17-25 
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 
33-32 



vs Syracuse 



Syracuse leads 
(14-17 

Won 
Lost 
Tied 
Won 



1920 
1921 
1935 

1936 



1937 Won 

1938 Lost 



1939 
1955 
1956 
1959 
1961 
1965 
1966 
1967 
1968 
1969 



Lost 
Won 
Lost 
Lost 
Won 
Lost 
Lost 
Lost 
Lost 
Lost 



1970 Lost 

1971 Lost 



1972 
1973 



Lost 
Won 



1974 Won 

1975 Won 



1976 
1977 



Won 
Won 



1978 Won 
1981 Tied 



1982 
1983 
1984 
1985 
1987 
1988 
1991 



Won 
Won 
Lost 
Won 
Lost 
Lost 
Lost 



the series 
2) 
10- 7 

0-42 

0- 
20- 
13- 

0-53 

7-10 
34-13 
12-26 

0-29 
22-21 

7-24 

7-34 

3- 7 
14-32 

9-20 

7-23 
13-21 
12-16 
38- 
31- 
24- 7 
42-28 
24-10 
34- 9 
17-17 
26- 3 
34-13 

7-23 
35-18 
11-25 

9-20 
17-31 



57 



,1994 




Coach Goldsmith 




Ray Farmer 



Duke 

Wallace Wade Stadium 
September 3 

Location: Durham, NC 

Nickname: Blue Devils 

Stadium Name (Capacity): Wallace Wade Stadium (33,941) 

Enrollment: 5,948 

Colors: Royal Blue & White 

President: Dr, Nan 0, Keohane 

Athletic Director: Tom Butters 

First Year of Football: 1888 

1993 Overall Record: 3-8 

Conference (Finish): 2-6/ACC Seventh 

Sports Information Director: Mike Cragg 

Office: (919) 684-2633 Home: (919) 544-0259 

SID Address: 115 Cameron Indoor Stadium, Durham, NC 27708 

Fax Phone: (919) 684-2489 

Head Coach (Alma Mater): Fred Goldsmith (Florida '67) 

Record At School (Years): First Year 

Overall Record (Years): 25-38-1/Six years 

Best Time to contact Coach: Weekdays, Mornings 

Assistant Coaches (Alma Mater/Position): Craig Bohl (Defensive Coordinator/ 

Inside Linebackers): Mike Heimerdinger (Offensive Coordinator/Offensive 

Backs); Rod Broadway (Interior Defensive Line); Fred Chatham (Tight Ends/ 

Kickers); Joe DeForest (Outside Linebackers/Special Teams), Jimmy Gonzales 

(Defensive Backs); Ken Matous (Receivers); Jeff Mclnerney (Defensive Ends); 

John Zernhelt (Offensive Line), 

Lettermen Returning/Lost: 47/21 

Starters Retuming/Lost: 10/12 

Offensive Formation: Multiple Pro Set 

Defensive Formation: Combination 3-4 



First Game: 1932 (D 34-0) 

Last Maryland Win: 1993 (26-18) 

First Opponent Win: 1932 (34-0) 

Last Opponent Win: 1991 (17-3) 

Last Opponent Win at Byrd Stadium: 1991 (17-3) 

Last Maryland Win at Opponent Stadium: 1992 (27-25) 

Last Maryland Shutout: 1979 (27-0) 

Last Opponent Shutout: 1957 (14-0) 




1994 Schedule 
September 3 
10 
15 

24 
October 1 
15 
22 
29 
November 5 
12 
19 



MARYLAND 
EAST CAROLINA 
ARMY 

at Georgia Tech 

at Navy 

CLEMSON 

at Wake Forest 

at Florida State 

VIRGINIA 

at North Carolina State 

NORTH CAROLINA 



1993 Results 

7 FLORIDA STATE 45 

38 Rutgers 39 

42 ARMY 21 

Virginia 35 

19 Tennessee 52 

10 CLEMSON 13 

18 Maryland 26 

21 Wake Forest 13 

14 GEORGIA TECH 47 

21 NC STATE 20 

24 North Carolina 38 



Top Statistical Returning Leaders 

Rushing Att Yds Avg. TD 

1. David Lowman 110 439 4.0 5 

2. Robert Baldwin 70 332 4.7 1 

3. TijanRedmon 58 240 4.1 1 

Passing Att. Comp. Yds Pet. 

1. Spence Fischer 388 213 2563 .549 

2. Joe Pickens 87 35 413 .402 

Receiving Rec Yds Avg. TD 

1. Robert Baldwin 29 268 9.2 

2. David Lowman 21 121 5.8 

3. Jon Jensen 20 310 5.8 

Tackles Tot TFL 

1. JohnZuamch 82 4-11 

2 Ray Farmer 68 0-0 

3. Tee Edwards 66 0-0 



TD 

12 
2 



Int. 

14 
5 





Florida State 

Byrd Stadium 
September 10 

Location: Tallahassee, Florida 

Nickname: Seminoles 

Stadium Name (Capacity): Doak S. Campbell (75,000) 

Enrollment: 28,500 

Colors: Garnet & Gold Coach Bowden 

President: Talbot "Sandy" D'Alemberte 

Athletic Director: Bob Gom 

First Year of Football: 1947 

1993 Overall Record: 12-1 

Conference (Finish): 8-0/ACC First 

Sports Information Director (Football): Rob Wilson 

Office: (904) 644-1077 Home: (904) 942-8581 

SID Address: Moore Athletic Center, Pensacola Street, 

Tallahassee, FL 32306 

Fax Phone: (904) 644-3820 Derrick Brooks 

Head Coach (Alma Mater): Bobby Bowden (Samford '53) 

Record At School (Years): 166-46-3/18 years 

Overall Record (Years): 239-78-3/28 years 

Best Time to contact Coach: Mon-Thurs, 11:00 to 1:00 pm 

Assistant Coaches (Alma Mater/Position): Chuck Amato (NC State '69/ 

Assistant Head Coach/Defensive Line); Mickey Andrews (Alabama '64/ 

Defensive Coordinator/Defensive Backs); Jeff Bowden (Florida State '83/ 

Wide Receivers); Ronnie Cottrell (Troy State '83/Middle Linebackers); Jim 

Gladden (William Jewell '62/Outside Linebackers); Odell Haggins (Florida 

State '93/Tight Ends/Offensive Line); Jimmy Heggins (Florida State '78/ 

Offensive Line); Mark Richt (Miami '82/Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks); 

Billy Sexton (Florida State '74/Runmng Backs); Dave VanHalanger (West 

Virginia '76/Strength and Conditioning). 

Lettermen Returning/Lost: 54/19 

Starters Returning/Lost: 13/12 

Offensive Formation: Pro Set 

Defensive Formation: 4-3 Multiple 

First Game: 1966 (FSU 45-21) 

Last Maryland Win: None 

First Opponent Win: 1966 (45-21) 

Last Opponent Win: 1993 (49-20) 

Last Opponent Win at Byrd Stadium: 1993 (49-20) 

Last Maryland Win at Opponent Stadium: None 

Last Maryland Shutout: None 

Last Opponent Shutout: None 




1994 Schedule 
September 3 

10 
17 
24 

October 8 
22 
29 

November 5 
12 
19 
26 



VIRGINIA 

at Maryland 

at Wake Forest 

NORTH CAROLINA 

at Miami 

CLEMSON 

DUKE 

at Georgia Tech 

Notre Dame (Orlando, FL) 

at N C. State 

FLORIDA 



1993 Results 

42 Kansas 
Duke 

CLEMSON 
North Carolina 
GEORGIA TECH 
MIAMI 
VIRGINIA 
WAKE FOREST 
Maryland 
Notre Dame 
NC STATE 
Florida 
Nebraska 




7 

7 

10 
14 


20 

31 

3 

21 
16 



Int. 


2 



Top Statistical Returning Leaders 

Rushing Att Yds Avg. TD 

1. Warrick Dunn 68 511 7.5 4 

2. Pooh Bear Williams 39 266 6.8 3 

Passing Att. Comp. Yds 

1. Danny Kanell 49 36 499 

2. Jon Stark 35 25 328 

Receiving Rec Yds Avg. 

1. KezMcCorvey 74 966 13.1 
2 Warrick Dunn 25 357 14 3 

3. Phillip Riley 6 59 9.8 

Tackles Tot TFL 

1 Derrick Alexander 100 8 

2. Derrick Brooks 77 7 

3. ToddRebol 75 1 



Pet. TD 

.735 7 

714 3 

TD 

6 
6 
1 



58 



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Coach Nehlen 




David Maytield 



West Virginia 

Mountaineer Field 
September 17 

Location: Morgantown, WV 

Nickname: Mountaineers 

Stadium Name (Capacity): Mountaineer Field (63,500) 

Enrollment: 23,000 

Colors: Old Gold and Blue 

President: Di Neil Bucklew 

Athletic Director: Ed Pastlong 

First Year of Football: 1891 

1993 Overall Record: 111 

Conference (Finish): 7-0/Big East First 

Sports Information Director: Shelly Poe 

Office: 304-293-2821 Home: 304-599-7259 

SID Address: PO Box 0877, Morgantown. WV 26507 

Fax Phone: 304-293-4105 

Head Coach (Alma Mater): Don Nehlen (Bowling Green '58) 

Record At School (Years): 103-56-4, 14 years 

Overall Record (Years): 156-91-8 , 23 years 

Best Time to contact Coach: Tuesday, 1:00 pm 

Assistant Coaches (Alma Mater/Position): Mike Jacobs (Wittenberg '72/ 

Offensive Coordinator): Steve Dunlap (West Virginia '76/ Defensive 

Coordinator), Bill Kirelawich (Salem '70/ Defensive Line). Kevin Ramsey 

(Indiana State '81/ Defensive Backs); Doc Holhday (West Virginia '79/ Wide 

Receivers); Dan Simrell (Toledo '66/ Quarterbacks); Larry Holton (Iowa State 

'70/ Running Backs); Dave McMichael (Bowling Green '74/ Offensive Line); 

Donnie Young (West Virginia '65/ Defensive Ends/Outside Linebackers). 

Lettermen Retuming/Lost: 32/28 

Starters Returning/Lost: 12/10 

Offensive Formation: Multiple I 

Defensive Formation: 4-3 Multiple Sets 

First Game: 1919 (WV 27-0) 

Last Maryland Win: 1990 (14-0) 

First Opponent Win: 1919 (27-0) 

Last Opponent Win: 1993 (42-37) 

Last Opponent Win at Byrd Stadium: 1993 (42-37) 

Last Maryland Win at Opponent Stadium: 1990 (14-10) 

Last Maryland Shutout: 1985 (28-0) 

Last Opponent Shutout: 1919 (27-0) 



^ 



1994 Schedule 

August 28 

September 3 

10 

17 

22 

October 1 

15 

22 

29 

November 12 

19 

24 



Nebraska 
BALL STATE 
at Rutgers 
MARYLAND 
at Virginia Tech 
at Missouri 
at Pittsburgh 
MIAMI 

LOUISIANA TECH 
at Temple 
BOSTON COLLEGE 
SYRACUSE 



1993 Results 

48 EASTERN MICHIGAN 6 
42 Maryland 37 

35 MISSOURI 3 
14 VIRGINIA TECH 13 

36 LOUISVILLE 34 

42 PITTSBURGH 21 

43 Syracuse 
58 RUTGERS 22 

49 Temple 7 
17 MIAMI 14 
17 Boston College 14 

7 Flonda 41 



TD 
2 



Int. 




Top Statistical Returning Leaders 

Rushing Att Yds Avg. TD 

1 Robert Walker 214 1250 5.8 11 

2 Jim Freeman 65 294 4.5 1 

3 Jimmy Gary 47 194 4 1 1 

Passing Att. Comp. Yds Pet. 

1. Chad Johnston 15 10 114 .667 

Receiving Rec Yds Avg. TD 

1 Rahsaan Vanterpool 11 146 13.3 1 

2. Zach Abraham 10 174 17.4 1 

Tackles Tot TFL 

1. David Mayfield 70 1 

2. MattTafforu 67 3 

3. Barry Hawkins 57 5 

4 Steve Perkins 41 5 




Coach Caldwell 




Kevw Giles 



Wake Forest 

Byrd Stadium 
September 24 

Location: Winston-Salem, NC 

Nickname: Demon Deacons 

Stadium Name (Capacity): Groves (31.500) 

Enrollment: 3,600 

Colors: Old Gold and Black 

President: Thomas K Hearn, Jr 

Athletic Director: Ron Wellman 

First Year of Football: 1888 

1993 Overall Record: 2-9 

Conference (Finish): 1-7/ACC Ninth 

Sports Information Director: John Justus 

Office: (910) 759-5640 Home: (910) 722-1094 

SID Address: PO Box 7426, Winston-Salem, NC 27109 

Fax Phone: (910) 759-5140 

Head Coach (Alma Mater): Jim Caldwell (Iowa 77) 

Record At School (Years): 2-9, One year 

Overall Record (Years): 2-9. One year 

Best Time to contact Coach: Weekdays, 12 00 to 1:00 pm 

Assistant Coaches (Alma Mater/Position): Chris Allen (Central Michigan '64/ 

Defensive Coordinator/Defensive Ends); Teryl Austin (Pittsburgh '88/ 

Defensive Ends); Jamie Barresi (Ottawa '80/Wide Receivers); Pat Flaherty 

(East Stroudsburg '78/Offensive Line); Stan Hixon (Iowa State 79/Running 

Backs); Jerry McManus (Wake Forest 78/Linebackers); Jam Quarless 

(Northern Michigan 73/Tight Ends/Special Teams); Ray Rachleski 

(Millersville 79/Defensive Line); Alex Wood (Iowa 79/Offensive Coordinator/ 

Quarterbacks). 

Lettermen Retuming/Lost: 36/19 

Starters Returning/Lost: 13/9 

Offensive Formation: Multiple 

Defensive Formation: Multiple 

First Game: 1917 (M 29-12) 

Last Maryland Win: 1993 (33-32) 

First Opponent Win: 1944 (39-0) 

Last Opponent Win: 1992 (30-23) 

Last Opponent Win at Byrd Stadium: 1992 (30-23) 

Last Maryland Win at Opponent Stadium: 1993 (33-32) 

Last Maryland Shutout: 1987 (14-0) 

Last Opponent Shutout: 1958 (34-0) 




1994 Schedule 

September 3 

10 

17 

24 

1 



October 



15 
22 
29 
November 12 
19 



at Vanderbilt 

APPALACHIAN STATE 

FLORIDA STATE 

at Maryland 

ARMY 

VIRGINIA 

at NC State 

DUKE 

at Clemson 

NORTH CAROLINA 

at Georgia Tech 



1993 Results 

12 VANDERBILT 27 

NC STATE 34 

APPALACHIAN STATE 3 

Northwestern 26 

35 North Carolina 45 

20 Clemson 16 

DUKE 21 

Flonda State 54 

9 Virginia 21 

8 GEORGIA TECH 38 

2 MARYLAND 33 



16 
20 

14 



13 



Top Statistical Returning Leaders 

Rushing Att 

No Returnees 



Yds 



Passing Att. Comp 

1 Rusty LaRue 121 67 

Receiving Rec Yds 

1 Roger Pettus 30 510 

Tackles Tot TFL 

1 Kevin Giles 109 6 

2. Tucker Grace 83 4 



Avg 



Yds 

854 

Avg. 
17.0 



TD 



Pet 

.554 

TD 

1 



TD 

1 



Int. 



59 



iews, 1994 




Coach West 



Glomson 

Memorial Stadium 
October 1 

Location: Clemson, SC 

Nickname: Tigers 

Stadium Name (Capacity): Clemson Memorial (81,473) 

Enrollment: 17,667 

Colors: Orange and Purple 

President: Dr. Max Lennon 

Athletic Director: Bobby Robinson 

First Year of Football: 1896 

1993 Overall Record: 9-3 

Conference (Finish): 5-3/ACC Tied Third 

Sports Information Director: Tim Bourret 

Office: (803) 656-2114 Home: (803) 654-6240 

SID Address: PO Box 632, Clemson, SC 26633 

Fax Phone: (803) 656-0299 

Head Coach (Alma Mater): Tommy West (Tennessee 76) 

Record At School (Years): 1-0/First Year 

Overall Record (Years): 5-7/One Year 

Best Time to contact Coach: 11:00 am Tuesday 

Assistant Coaches (Alma Mater/Position): Miles Aldndge (Gardner-Webb 71/ 

Defensive Coordinator/Defensive Backs): Les Hernn (Western Carolina 71/ 

Assistant Head Coach/Defensive Line); Reggie Herring (Florida State '81/ 

Inside Linebackers); Ellis Johnson (The Citadel 75/Offensive Linebackers); 

Clyde Christensen (North Carolina 79/Co-Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks); 

Rick Stockstill (Florida State '82/Co-Offensive Coordinator/Wide Receivers); 

Rich Bisaccia (Yankton College '83/Runnmg Backs); James Earle (Clemson 

'89/Tight Ends); John Latina (Virginia Tech 79/Offensive Linemen) 

Lettermen Retuming/Lost: 43/28 

Starters Returning/Lost: 16/8 

Offensive Formation: Multiple I 

Defensive Formation: Multiple 50 




Tim Jones 



First Game: 1952 (M 38-0) 

Last Maryland Win: 1992 (53-23) 

First Opponent Win: 1957 (26-7) 

Last Opponent Win: 1993 (29-0) 

Last Opponent Win at Byrd Stadium: 1988 (49-25) 

Last Maryland Win at Opponent Stadium: 1985 (34-31) 

Last Maryland Shutout: 1979 (19-0) 

Last Opponent Shutout: 1993 (29-0) 



6*0 



1994 Schedule 
September 3 FURMAN 

10 

17 
October 1 



15 
22 
29 
November 5 
12 
19 



N.C. STATE 
at Virginia 
MARYLAND 
at Georgia 
at Duke 
at Florida State 
WAKE FOREST 
at North Carolina 
GEORGIA TECH 
SOUTH CAROLINA 



1993 Results 

24 UNLV 14 

Florida State 57 

16 GEORGIA TECH 13 

20 N C. STATE 14 

13 Duke 10 
16 WAKE FOREST 20 
27 ETSU 
29 MARYLAND 

North Carolina 24 

23 VIRGINIA 14 

16 South Carolina 13 

14 Kentucky 13 



Int. 

4 




Top Statistical Returning Leaders 

Rushing Att Yds Avg. TD 

1. Emory Smith 89 387 4 3 2 

2. Greg Hood 57 235 4.1 

3. Chris Franklin 46 169 3.7 4 

Passing Att. Comp. Yds Pet. TD 

1. Patrick Sapp 133 66 1084 .496 4 

2. Richard Moncnef 21 10 175 476 1 

Receiving Rec Yds Avg. TD 

1. Marcus Hinton 14 241 17 2 1 

2. Emory Smith 4 74 18.5 

3. StephonWynn 4 45 11.3 

Tackles Tot TFL 

1. Tim Jones 109 2-3 

2. Warden Rouse 78 10-19 

3. Andre Humphrey 74 1-7 

4. Derek Burnette 73 6 



-17 




Coach Brown 




Marcus Jones 



North Carolina 

Kenan Memorial 
October 15 

Location: Chapel Hill, NC 

Nickname: Tar Heels 

Stadium Name (Capacity): Kenan Memorial (52,000) 

Enrollment: 23,944 

Colors: Carolina Blue and White 

Chancellor: Paul Hardin 

Athletic Director: John Swofford 

First Year of Football: 1888 

1993 Overall Record: 10-3 

Conference (Finish): 6-2/ACC Second 

Sports Information Director: Rick Brewer 

Office: (919) 962-2123 Home: (919) 929-2721 

SID Address: PO Box 2126 Chapel Hill, NC 27514 

Fax Phone: (919) 962-0612 

Head Coach (Alma Mater): Mack Brown (Florida State 74) 

Record At School (Years): 34-34-1/Six years 

Overall Record (Years): 51-62-1/10 years 

Best Time to contact Coach: 11:00 to Noon, Monday-Thursday 

Assistant Coaches (Alma Mater/Position): Tim Brewster (Illinois '83/Tight 

Ends); Ken Browning (Guilford '68/Defensive Line); Gerald Carr (Southern 

Illinois '81/Quarterbacks); Jim Cavanaugh (William & Mary 70/Wide 

Receivers); Bruce Johnson (Wofford 70/Defensive Backs); Darrell Moody 

(NC State 70/Offensive Coordinator); Donnie Thompson (UConn 76/Outside 

Linebackers); Carl Torbush (Carson-Newman 74/Defensive Coordinator/Inside 

Linebackers); Eddie Williamson (Davidson 74/0ffensive Line). 

Lettermen Returning/Lost: 34/22 

Starters Returning/Lost: 8/14 

Offensive Formation: Multiple-I 

Defensive Formation: Multiple-50 



First Game: 1899 (UNC 6-0) 

Last Maryland Win: 1989 (38-0) 

First Opponent Win: 1899 (UNC 6-0) 

Last Opponent Win: 1993 (59-42) 

Last Opponent Win at Byrd Stadium: 1992 (31-24) 

Last Maryland Win at Opponent Stadium: 1988 (41-38) 

Last Maryland Shutout: 1989 (38-0) 

Last Opponent Shutout: 1991 (24-0) 

1994 Schedule 




September 3 

17 

24 
1 



October 



15 
22 
29 
November 5 
12 
19 



TEXAS CHRISTIAN 
TULANE 

at Florida State 

at Southern Methodist 

GEORGIA TECH 

MARYLAND 

at Virginia 

N.C. STATE 

CLEMSON 

at Wake Forest 

at Duke 



1993 Results 


31 


Southern California 


44 


OHIO UNIVERSITY 


59 


MARYLAND 


7 


FLORIDA STATE 


35 


N.C. State 


45 


TEXAS-EL PASO 


45 


WAKE FOREST 


41 


Georgia Tech 


10 


Virginia 


24 


CLEMSON 


42 


Tulane 


38 


DUKE 



9 

3 

42 
33 
14 
39 
35 

3 
17 



10 
24 



Top Statistical Returning Leaders 
Rushing Att 



Curtis Johnson 
Leon Johnson 
Jason Stamcek 



Passing 

1. Jason Stamcek 
2 Mike Thomas 

Receiving 

1 Leon Johnson 

2. Marcus Wall 

3. Freddie Jones 

Tackles 

1. Kerry Mock 

2. Jimmy Hitchcock 

3. Mike Morton 

4. Eddie Mason 



173 

179 
109 

Att. 

217 

37 

Rec 

29 

22 

9 

Tot 

91 
78 
78 
72 



Yds 

1034 

1012 

406 

Comp. 

139 

20 

Yds 

233 

256 

80 

TFL 

5.5-27 

1-1 

.5-13 
25-24 



Avg. 
6.0 
5.7 

3.7 

Yds 

1878 
336 

Avg. 

80 

11.6 

8.9 



TD 

11 

14 

4 

Pet. 

.641 
.541 

TD 

2 
1 




TD Int. 

12 10 

1 2 



60 



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Georgia Tech 

Byrd Stadium 
October 22 

Location: Atlanta, GA 

Nickname: Yellow Jackets 

Stadium Name (Capacity): Bobby Dodd Stadium (46,000) 

Enrollment: 13,000 

Colors: Old Gold and White 

President: Dr John Patrick Crecine 

Athletic Director: Dr Homer Rice 

First Year of Football: 1892 

1993 Overall Record: 5-6 

Conference (Finish): 3-6/ACC Sixth 

Sports Information Director: Mike Finn 

Office: (404) 894-5445 Home: (404) 938-9910 

SID Address: 150 Bobby Dodd Way, Atlanta. GA 30332 

Fax Phone: (404) 853-2674 Jamal Cox 

Head Coach (Alma Mater): Bill Lewis (East Stroudsburg State '63) 

Record At School (Years): 10-12, Two years 

Overall Record (Years): 45-44-2, Eight years 

Best Time to contact Coach: Wed and Thurs, 11:00 to 1:00 pm 

Assistant Coaches (Alma Mater/Position): Gary Crowton (BYU '83/ 

Co-Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks): Steve Shankweiler (Davison 74/ 

Co-Offensive Coordinator/Offensive Line): George O'Leary (New Hampshire 

'68/ Defensive Coordinator/Defensive Line); Danny Smith (Edinboro State 74/ 

Assistant Head Coach/Defensive Backs): Brian Backer (Maryland '85/Outside 

Linebackers); Rusty Burns (Springfield College 78/Wide Receivers); 

Craig Cason (Howard '83/Tight Ends/Special Teams); Dave Hustable (Eastern 

Illinois 79/Inside Linebackers); Greg Nord (Kentucky '80/Running Backs), 

Lettermen Returning/Lost: 36/19 

Starters Returning/Lost: 7/5 

Offensive Formation: Multiple 

Defensive Formation: Multiple 



First Game: 1988 ( M 13-8) 

Last Maryland Win: 1988(13-8) 

First Opponent Win: 1989 (28-24) 

Last Opponent Win: 1993 (38-0) 

Last Opponent Win at Byrd Stadium: 1992 (28-26) 

Last Maryland Win at Opponent Stadium: None 

Last Maryland Shutout: None 

Last Opponent Shutout: 1993 (38-0) 




1994 Schedule 
September 1 

10 



October 



24 

1 



15 
22 
November 5 
12 
19 
25 



ARIZONA 

WESTERN CAROLINA 

DUKE 

at N.C. State 

at North Carolina 

VIRGINIA 

at Maryland 

FLORIDA STATE 

at Clemson 

WAKE FOREST 

at Georgia 



1993 Results 

37 FURMAN 3 
14 VIRGINIA 35 
13 Clemson 16 
51 Florida State 

38 MARYLAND 
3 NORTH CAROLINA 41 

23 N.C. State 28 

47 Duke 14 

37 BAYLOR 27 

38 Wake Forest 28 
43 GEORGIA 10 



Top Statistical Returning Leaders 
Rushing Att 

1. Jimy Lincoln 71 



2. Donnie Davis 72 

3. Dernck Steagall 5 

Passing Att. 

1 Donnie Davis 237 

2. Graham Stroman 33 

Receiving Rec 

1. OmarCassidy 26 

2 Dernck Steagall 24 

3. Chrahe Simmons 17 

Tackles Tot 

1 Jamal Cox 111 

2 Rodney WUkerson 95 

3 Mike Dee 61 

4. Lethon Flowers 60 



Yds 

344 

328 

80 

Comp. 

137 

16 

Yds 
395 
385 
311 

TFL 


1-5 


5-8 



Avg. 
4.8 
46 

16.0 

Yds 

1739 
196 

Avg. 
15.2 
16.0 
18.3 



TD 

2 
3 


Pet. 
.578 
.485 

TD 
2 
1 
1 



TD 


Int. 


12 


12 


1 


2 



Tulane 

Byrd Stadium 
October 29 



a 




Mike Staid 



79) 



Location: New Orleans, LA 

Nickname: Green Wave 

Stadium Name (Capacity): Louisiana Superdome (69,065) 

Enrollment: 11,487 

Colors: Olive Green, Sky Blue Coach Teevens 

President: Dr Eamon Kelly 

Athletic Director: Dr Kevin White 

First Year of Football: 1893 

1993 Overall Record: 3-9 

Conference (Finish): Independent 

Sports Information Director: Lenny Vangilder 

Office: (504) 865-5506 Home: (504) 734-1002 

SID Address: Wilson Center, New Orleans, LA 70118 

Fax Phone: (504) 865-5512 

Head Coach (Alma Mater): Buddy Teevens (Dartmouth 

Record At School (Years): 5-18/Two years 

Overall Record (Years): 44-49-2/Nine years 

Best Time to contact Coach: Mon, Wed, Thurs, Noon to 1:00 pm - Central Time 

Assistant Coaches (Alma Mater/Position): Brud Bicknell (Ohio Wesleyan 

'81/Associate Head Coach/Running Backs); Vic Eumont (Tulane '69/Defensive 

Coordinator/Defensive Line); Buddy Geis (Lock Haven '69/Offensive 

Coordinator/Quarterbacks); Desmond Robinson (Pittsburgh 78/ Assistant Head 

Coach/Inside Linebackers); John Baxter (Loras '85/Tight Ends/Special 

Teams); Dave Borbely (DePauw '81/Offensive Line); Dick Hopkins (Florida 

State 74/Defensive Backs); Kevin Kelly (Springfield '82/Outside Lmebackers); 

Frank Monica (Nicholls State 71/Wide Receivers). 

Lettermen Returning/Lost: 47/16 

Starters Returning/Lost: 15/11 

Offensive Formation: Multiple Pro 

Defensive Formation: 4-3 



First Game: 1933 (T 20-0) 

Last Maryland Win: 1978 (31-7) 

First Opponent Win: 1933 (20-0) 

Last Opponent Win: 1981 (14-7) 

Last Opponent Win at Byrd Stadium: None 

Last Maryland Win at Opponent Stadium: None 

Last Maryland Shutout: None 

Last Opponent Shutout: 1933 (20-0) 




1994 Schedule 
September 3 
10 



17 
24 

October 8 
15 
22 
29 

November 5 
12 
19 



SOUTHERN MISSISSIPPI 

at Rice 

at North Carolina 

at Alabama 

at Memphis 

TEXAS CHRISTIAN 

at Mississippi State 

it '.' uylan 1 

NAVY 

MISSISSIPPI 

LOUISIANA STATE 



1993 Results 

17 Alabama 31 

Rice 34 

.'.::::-.•.:-, :.:a.-v o 

mississippi state 36 

NAVY 25 



SOUTHWESTERN LOUISIANA 36 

Texas Chnstian 14 

Boston College 42 

Southern Mississippi 15 

NORTH CAROLINA 42 

Louisiana State 24 

Hawaii 56 



Top Statistical Returning Leaders 
Rushing Att 

1. JeraldSowell 79 

2. John Hubert 78 

3. Jeff Liggon 64 



Passing Att. 

1 Craig Randall 305 

Receiving Rec 

1. Dernck Frankhn 31 

2. John Hubert 20 

3. Jerald Sowell 18 

Tackles Tot 

1. Mike Staid 133 

2 Mrchael Smartt 98 

3. Cednc Anderson 73 

4. Cednc Thomas 66 



Yds 
403 
267 
188 

Comp. 
151 



Avg. 
51 
3.4 
2.9 

Yds 

1565 



TD 

1 



Pet. 
.495 



TD 



Int. 
14 



Yds Avg. TD 

401 12.9 2 

131 6.6 

144 8.0 

TFL 

3-3 
5-19 

2-4 

1-1 



61 



iews, 1994 




Eddie Gomes 



North Carolina State 

Byrd Stadium 
November 5 

Location: Raleigh, NC 

Nickname: Wolfpack 

Stadium Name (Capacity): Carter-Finley (45,000) 

Enrollment: 26,683 

Colors: Red & White 

Chancellor: Dr. Larry K. Monteith 

Athletic Director: Todd Turner 

First Year of Football: 1892 

1993 Overall Record: 7-5 

Conference (Finish): 4-4/ACC Fifth 

Sports Information Director: Mark Bockelman 

Office: (919) 515-2102 Home: (919) 662-9220 

SID Address: Box 8501, Raleigh, NC 27695-8501 

Fax Phone: (919) 515-2898 

Head Coach (Alma Mater): Mike O'Cain (Clemson 77) 

Record At School (Years): 7-5/One Year 

Overall Record (Years): 7-5/One Year 

Best Time to contact Coach: 1:00 to 2: 00 pm Weekdays 

Assistant Coaches (Alma Mater/Position): Kent Bnggs (Western Carolina 

'70/Defensive Secondary); Ted Cain (Furman 74/0ffensive Coordinator/ 

Quarterbacks); Robbie Caldwell (Furman 76/Offensive Line); Cary Godette 

(East Carolina 77/Outside Linebackers); Jimmy Kiser (Furman 79/Wide 

Receivers); Ken Pettus (Newberry 73/Defensive Coordinator/Inside 

Linebackers); Dick Portee (Eastern Illinois '65/Runmng Backs); Brette 

Simmons (Furman 78/Tight Ends); Jeff Snipes (Furman '81/Defensive Line) 

Lettermen Returning/Lost: 40/21 

Starters Retuming/Lost: 14/10 

Offensive Formation: Option I 

Defensive Formation: 50 



First Game: 1909 (NCS 31-0) 

Last Maryland Win: 1990 (13-12) 

First Opponent Win: 1909 (31-0) 

Last Opponent Win: 1993 (44-21) 

Last Opponent Win at Byrd Stadium: 1993 (44-21) 

Last Maryland Win at Opponent Stadium: 1985 (17-13) 

Last Maryland Shutout: 1980 (24-0) 

Last Opponent Shutout: 1979 (7-0) 




1994 Schedule 
September 1 

10 



October 



24 

1 



15 

29 
November 5 
12 
19 
25 



BOWLING GREEN 
at Clemson 

WESTERN CAROLINA 
GEORGIA TECH 
at Louisville 
WAKE FOREST 
at North Carolina 
at Maryland 
DUKE 

FLORIDA STATE 
at Virginia 



1993 Results 

20 PURDUE 7 

34 Wake Forest 16 

14 NORTH CAROLINA 35 

14 Clemson 20 

36 Texas Tech 34 

24 MARSHALL 17 

28 GEORGIA TECH 23 

34 VIRGINIA 29 

20 Duke 21 

44 MARYLAND 21 

3 Florida State 62 

7 Michigan 42 



TD 

1 
2 
1 



Int. 



Top Statistical Returning Leaders 

Rushing Att Yds Avg. 

1. Brian Fitzgerald 45 199 18.1 

2. Rod Brown 23 108 12 

3. Kevin Matier 7 52 5.2 

Passing Att. Comp. Yds 

1. Terry Harvey 235 131 1837 

2. Geoff Bender 113 63 817 

Receiving Rec Yds Avg. 

1. Eddie Gomes 48 928 19.3 

2 Dallas Dickt 12 116 97 

3. Brian Fitzgerald 9 93 10.3 

Tackles Tot TFL 

1 James Walker 139 2-9 

2. Damien Covington 133 7-14 

3 Ed Gallon 94 6-22 

4. Ricky Bell 90 1-2 



Pet. TD 

.557 14 8 

.558 6 5 

TD 

10 





Virginia 

Scott Stadium 
November 12 




Coach Welsh 




Mike Frederick 



Location: Charlottesville, VA 

Nickname: Cavaliers 

Stadium Name (Capacity): Scott Stadium (40,000) 

Enrollment: 18,073 

Colors: Orange & Blue 

President: John T. Casteen III 

Athletic Director: Jim Copeland 

First Year of Football: 1888 

1993 Overall Record: 7-5 

Conference (Finish): 5-3/ACC Tied Third 

Sports Information Director: Rich Murray 

Office: (804) 982-5500 Home: (804) 978-2966 

SID Address: PO Box 3785, Charlottesville, VA 22903 

Fax Phone: (804) 982-5525 

Head Coach (Alma Mater): George Welsh (Navy '56) 

Record At School (Years): 80-56-3/12 years 

Overall Record (Years): 135-102-4/21 years 

Best Time to contact Coach: Through sports information 

Assistant Coaches (Alma Mater/Position): Jim Bollman (Ohio University 77/ 

Offensive Guards); Rick Lantz (Central Connecticut State '63/Defensive 

Coordinator/Linebackers); Ken Mack (North Carolina 79/Runmng Backs); 

Art Markos (Springfield College 70/ Defensive Backs), Larry New (Illinois '65/ 

Defensive Tackles); Tom O'Brien (Navy 71/0ffensive Coordinator/ 

Quarterbacks); Bob Petchel (Syracuse 75/Defensive Ends); Tom Sherman 

(Penn State '68/Wide Receivers); Danny Wilmer (East Carolina 72/Offensive 

Tackles/Tight Ends). 

Lettermen Retuming/Lost: 40/17 

Starters Retuming/Lost: 13/9 

Offensive Formation: Multiple I 

Defensive Formation: 4-3 



First Game: 1919 (M 13-0) 

Last Maryland Win: 1991 (17-6) 

First Opponent Win: 1925 (6-0) 

Last Opponent Win: 1993 (43-29) 

Last Opponent Win at Byrd Stadium: 1993 (43-29) 

Last Maryland Win at Opponent Stadium: 1990 (35-30) 

Last Maryland Shutout: 1980 (31-0) 

Last Opponent Shutout: 1943 (39-0) 




1994 Schedule 

September 3 
10 



October 



17 
1 



15 
22 
November 5 
12 
19 
25 



at Florida State 

at Navy 

CLEMSON 

WILLIAM & MARY 

at Wake Forest 

at Georgia Tech 

NORTH CAROLINA 

at Duke 

MARYLAND 

at Virginia Tech 

NORTH CAROLINA STATE 



1993 Results 


43 


Maryland 


38 


NAVY 


35 


Georgia Tech 


35 


DUKE 


41 


OHIO 


14 


Florida State 


17 


NORTH CAROLINA 


29 


North Carolina State 


21 


WAKE FOREST 


14 


Clemson 


17 


VIRGINIA TECH 


13 


BOSTON COLLEGE 



29 

14 

7 

40 

10 

34 

9 

23 
20 
31 



Top Statistical Returning Leaders 

Rushing Att Yds Avg. 

1. Kevin Brooks 113 538 4.8 

2. Charles Way 88 468 5.3 

3. Symmion Willis 73 222 3.0 



Passing Att. 

1. Symmion Willis 276 

2. Mike Groh 9 

Receiving Rec 

1. Patrick Jeffers 32 

2 Larry Holmes 29 

3. Tyrone Davis 23 

Tackles Tot 

1. Randy Neal 139 

2 Jamie Sharper 99 

3. Mike Frederick 74 

4 Mark Krichbaum 74 



Comp. Yds 

165 2347 

6 36 



Yds 

580 
461 
449 

TFL 

4/10 

2/3 

21/111 

12/53 



Avg. 
18.1 
15.9 
19.5 



TD 

6 

7 
1 

Pet. TD Int. 
.598 19 14 

.667 1 

TD 
6 



62 



Terpreviews, 1994 









Syracuse 

November 19 
Carrier Dome 

Location: Syracuse, NY 

Nickname: Orangemen 

Stadium Name (Capacity): Carrier Dome (50,000) 

Enrollment: 10.500 

Color: Orange 

Chancellor: Kenneth Shaw 

Athletic Director: Jake Crouthamel 

First Year of Football: 1889 

1993 Overall Record: 6-4-1 

Conference (Finish): 3-4/Big East Fifth 

Sports Information Director: Larry Kimball 

Office: (315) 443-2608 Home: (315) 637-8716 

SID Address: Manley Field House. Syracuse, NY 13244-5020 

Fax Phone: (315) 443-2076 

Head Coach (Alma Mater): Paul Pasqualoni (Penn State 72) 

Record At School (Years): 26-8-1, Three years 

Overall Record (Years): 60-25-1, Eight years 

Best Time to contact Coach: Arrange through SID Office 

Assistant Coaches (Alma Mater'Position): Erik Campbell (Michigan '88/ 

Running Backs): Bob Casullo (Brockport State 73/Tight Ends/Tackles/ 

Special Teams), George DeLeone (Connecticut 70/Offensive Coordinator/ 

Offensive Line): Norm Gerber (Connecticut '57/Defensive Coordinator/Inside 

Linebackers): Dennis Goldman (S. Connecticut State 71/Wide Receivers); 

Glenn Pires (Springfield '80/Defensive Line); Chris Rippon (S. Connecticut 

State '82/Outside Linebackers); Kevin Rogers (William & Mary 74/ 

Quarterbacks), Charlie West (Texas El Paso '68/Secondary). 

Lettermen Returning/Lost: 24/16 

Starters Returning/Lost: 11/11 

Offensive Formation: Pro Option 

Defensive Formation: Multiple, 4-3 



1993 Statistics 

Season Record: 2-9 (1-4 Home, 1-5 Away) 
Conference Record: 2-6 (1-2 Home, 1-4 Away) 

GAME BY GAME RESULTS 



mlM 




Date 


Opponent 


Score 


W-L Atten 


ACC Record 


Overall Record 






9/4 


VIRGINIA* 


29-43 


L 35,015 


0-1 


0-1 


Coach Pasqualoni 


9/11 


at North Carolina* 


42-59 


L 50.000 


0-2 


0-2 






9/18 
9/25 


WEST VIRGINIA 
at Virginia Tech 


37-42 
28-55 


L 42.008 
L 38.829 


0-2 
0-2 


0-3 


_^ m 




0-4 


r^ 




10/2 


PENN STATE 


7-70 


L 42,008 


0-2 


0-5 






10/9 


at Georgia Tech' 


0-38 


L 36,218 


0-3 


0-6 




10/16 


DUKE* 


26-18 


W 31,487 


1-3 


1-6 


y 




10/30 


at Clemson" 


0-29 


L 62,000 


1-4 


1-7 






11/06 


FLORIDA STATE* 


20-49 


L 36,255 


1-5 


1-8 




11/13 


at N C State* 


21-44 


L 35,120 


1-6 


1-9 


Marvin Harrison 




11/20 


at Wake Forest' 


33-32 


W 12.521 


2-6 


2-9 



First Game: 19 


20 (M 20-7) 
Win: 1985 (35-18) 
t Win: 1921 (42-0) 
Win: 1991 (31-17) 
Win at Byrd Stadium: 1991 (31-17 
Win at Opponent Stadium: 1982 C 
Shutout: 1974 (31-0) 
Shutout: 1959 (29-0) 








Last Maryland 


!6-3) 


nraro 




First Opponen 
Last Opponent 
Last Opponent 
Last Maryland 


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Last Maryland 
Last Opponent 


wrletmir 




1994 Schedule 




1993 Results 




September 3 

10 


OKLAHOMA 
at Cincinnati 


35 

41 


BALL STATE 
East Carolina 


12 
22 


17 


RUTGERS 


21 


Texas 


21 


24 


at East Carolina 


24 


CINCINNATI 


21 


October 1 


VIRGINIA TECH 


29 


BOSTON COLLEGE 


33 


8 


PITTSBURGH 


24 


Pittsburgh 


21 


22 
November 5 


at Temple 
MIAMI 






Miami 

WEST VIRGINIA 


49 
43 


12 
19 


at Boston College 
MARYLAND 


52 
24 


TEMPLE 
Virginia Tech 


3 

45 


24 


at West Virginia 


31 


Rutgers 


18 



Top Statistical Returning Leaders 

Rushing Att 

1 Kirby Dar Dar 75 

2 Kevin Mason 16 
3. Malcolm Thomas 14 

Passing Att. 

1 Kevin Mason 17 

Receiving Rec 

1. Marvin Harrison 41 

2. Kirby Dar Dar 14 

3. Eric Chenoweth 13 

Tackles Tot 

1 NateHemsley 81 

2 Greg Shaw 64 

3 BryceBevill 57 

4. Tony Jones 49 



Yds 

347 

58 

44 

Comp. 



Yds 
813 

137 
215 

TFL 

2-6 

1-2 



1-1 



Avg 

46 
36 
3.1 

Yds 

92 

Avg. 

19.8 

98 

165 



TD 

1 



Pet. 
.412 

TD 
j 

1 




TD 




Int. 



Home games in CAPS 

* denotes Atlantic Coast Conference game 



SCORE BY QUARTERS 








1st Avg 2nd Avg. 3rd 


Avg 


4th Avg 


Total Avg. 


Terps 43 3.9 76 6.9 54 


49 


70 64 


243 22 1 


Opponents 100 9.1 151 13 7 94 


8.6 


134 12 2 


479 436 


TEAM STATISTICS 




Maryland 


Opponents 


First Downs (Rush-Pass-Penalty) 


36*156 


-29 = 271163 


-114-28 = 305 


Rushing Attempts 




381 


554 


Rushing Yards Gained 




1404 


3,697 


Rushing Yards Lost 




391 


207 


NET RUSHING YARDS 




1013 


3.490 


Yards Per Rush 




27 


6.3 


Rushing Yards Per Game 




92.1 


317.3 


Passes Attempts 




473 


276 


Passes Completed 




302 


161 


Passes Had Intercepted 




21 


5 


Pass Completion Percentage 




.639 


.583 


NET YARDS PASSING 




3.823 


2.593 


Yards Per Pass Attempt 




8.1 


9.4 


Yards Per Pass Completion 




12.7 


16.1 


Passing Yards Per Game 




347.6 


235.7 


Total Plays 




854 


830 


Total Plays Per Game 




77.6 


75.5 


TOTAL NET YARDS 




4.836 


6.083 


Yards Gained Per Play 




5.7 


7.3 


Yards Gained Per Game 




4396 


553.0 


Kickoff Retums/Kickoff Return Yards 




69/1.211 


34/662 


Average Yardage Per Kickoff Return 




17.6 


19.5 


Kickoff Returns Per Game 




63 


3.1 


Punt Returns/Punt Return Yards 




16/152 


20/169 


Average Yardage Per Punt Return 




9.5 


8.5 


Punt Returns Per Game 




1.5 


1.8 


Interception Returns/Interception Return Yards 




5/63 


21/136 


Average Yardage Per Interception Return 




12.6 


6.5 


Average Interception Per Game 




0.5 


1.9 


Punts Total Punt Yardage 




53/2,270 


40/1.459 


Average Yards Per Punt 




42.8 


36.5 


Average Number of Punts Per Game 




4.8 


3.6 


Fumbles /Fumbles Lost 




26/15 


23/13 


Penalties/Yards Penalized 




81/675 


86/672 


Average Yards Per Penalty 




8.3 


7.8 


Penalties Per Game/Yards Penalized 




7.4/61.4 


7.8/61.1 


2-Point Safety/1 -Point Safety 




0/0 


1/0 


3rd Down Conversions Attempts/Made 




160/63 


144/70 


3rd Down Conversion Percentage 




.394 


.486 


Time of Possession 




51623 


5:33:37 


ATTENDANCE 








Overall Attendance 421.461 


Overall Average 


38.315 


ACC Attendance 298.616 


ACC Average 


37.327 


Home Attendance 186.773 


Home Average 


37.355 


Away Attendance 234.688 


Away Average 


39.115 



63 



back 1993 Statistics 



RUSHING 


G/GS 


t 


<Ut 


Gain 


Lost 


Net Yds/Carry 


Yds/Game 


TD 


LG 




Mark Mason 


11/10 




58 




658 


42 


616 3.9 


56.0 




3 


50 


(Va. Tech) 


Kameron Williams 


6/0 




28 




120 


9 


111 4.0 


18.5 







14 


(Ga. Tech) 


Doug Burnett 


10/1 




24 




99 


5 


94 3.9 


9.4 




1 


18 


(Clemson) 


Larry Washington 


5/0 




8 




23 


1 


22 2.8 


4.4 







6 


(Penn State) 


Scott Milanovich 


11/11 




91 




208 


270 


(-62) (-.7) 


(-5.6) 




3 


24 


(Va. Tech) 


Mancel Johnson 


9/0 




1 







1 


(-1) (-1.0) 


(-.1) 












Jamie Bragg 


1/1 




1 







5 


(-5) (-5) 


(-5) 












Kevin Foley 


5/0 




11 




25 


15 


10 .9 


2.0 




1 


9 


(Wake Forest) 


Allen Williams 


9/1 




58 




271 


20 


251 4.3 


27.9 




1 


20 


(Florida St.) 


Team 


2/1 




1 







23 


-23 (-23) 


(-11.5) 












MD Totals 


11/11 


381 


1,404 


391 


1,013 2.7 


92.1 




9 


50 


- 


Opponents 


11/11 


554 


3,697 


207 


3,490 6.3 


317.3 




38 


- 




PASSING 


G/GS 


Att 


Comp 




.Pet 


Yds 


Yds/Comp Yds/Game 


TD 


Int 


LG 




Scott Milanovich 


11/11 


431 




279 




647 


3,499 


12.5 


318.1 


26 


18 


80T 


(West Virginia) 


Kevin Foley 


5/0 


40 




22 




550 


304 


13.8 


60.8 





2 


68 


(Florida St.) 


Dee Reed 


6/0 


1 




1 


1.00 


20 


20.0 


3.3 








20 


(West Virginia) 


Mark Mason 


11/10 


1 









000 





0.0 


0.0 





1 






MD Totals 


11/11 


473 




302 




639 


3,823 


12.7 


347.6 


26 


21 


80 


— 


Opponents 


11/11 


276 




161 




583 


2,593 


16.1 


235.7 


23 


5 


- 


- 


RECEIVING 


G/GS 




Rec. 




Yards 


Yds/Rec. 


Yds/Game 


Rec/Game 


TD 




LG 




Jermaine Lewis 


8/8 




52 




957 




18.4 


119.6 


6.5 


7 




80T 


(West Virginia) 


Russ Weaver 


11/11 




69 




606 




8.8 


55.1 


6.3 


2 




19 


(Ga. Tech) 


Andrew Carter 


11/10 




41 




370 




9.0 


33.6 


3.7 


2 




34 


(Virginia) 


Mark Mason 


11/10 




21 




204 




9.7 


18.6 


1.9 







22 


(West Virginia) 


Jason Kremus 


9/9 




37 




576 




15.6 


64.0 


4.1 


5 




67 


(Duke) 


Walt Williams 


7/1 




13 




295 




22.7 


42.1 


1.9 


3 




67T 


(Va. Tech) 


Geroy Simon 


8/0 




19 




194 




10.2 


24.3 


2.4 


2 




26 


(NC State) 


Mancel Johnson 


9/0 




18 




339 




18.8 


377 


2.0 


3 




68 


(Florida St.) 


Jermaine Stewart 


10/0 




11 




88 




80 


8.8 


1.1 


1 




18 


(Virginia) 


Kameron Williams 


6/0 




7 




60 




8.6 


10.0 


1.2 







27 


(Ga Tech) 


Orlando Strozier 


7/1 




1 




20 




20.0 


2.9 


0.1 







20 


(West Virginia) 


Wade Inge 


5/1 




5 




73 




14.6 


14.6 


1.0 







26 


(Clemson) 


Larry Washington 


5/0 




1 




(-3) 




(-3) 


(-0.6) 


.2 







(-3) 




Allen Williams 


9/1 




5 




32 




6.4 


3.6 


.6 







9 


(NC State) 


Doug Burnett 


10/1 




2 




12 




6.0 


1.2 


.2 







11 


(GA Tech) 


MD Totals 


11/11 




302 




3,823 




12.7 


347.6 


27.5 


25 




80 


(West Virginia) 


Opponents 


11/11 




161 




2,593 




16.1 


235.7 


14.6 


23 








TOTAL OFFENSE 




RUSHING 








PASSING 








Yds./ 


Yds/ 




Att Gain 


Loss 


Net 


TD 


Att 


Comp Yds 


TD Plays 


Yds 


Play 


Game TD 


Scott Milanovich 


91 


208 


270 




-62 


3 


431 


279 3,499 


26 


522 


3,437 


6.6 


312.5 29 


Mark Mason 


168 


658 


42 




616 


3 


1 








159 


616 


3.9 


56.0 3 


Kevin Foley 


11 


25 


15 




10 


1 


40 


22 304 





51 


314 


6.2 


62.8 1 


Allen Williams 


58 


271 


20 




251 


1 











58 


251 


4.3 


27.9 1 


Kameron Williams 


28 


120 


9 




111 














28 


111 


4.0 


18.5 


Doug Burnett 


24 


99 


5 




94 


1 











24 


94 


3.9 


9.4 1 


Larry Washington 


8 


23 


1 




22 














8 


22 


2.8 


4.4 


Dee Reed 



















1 


1 20 





1 


20 


20 


3.3 


Mancel Jonnson 


1 





1 




(-1) 














1 


(-1) 


(-1.0) 


(-1.0) 


Jamie Bragg 


1 





5 




(-5) 














1 


(-5) 


(-5.0) 


(-5.0) 


Team 


1 





23 


(-23) 














1 


(-23) 


(-23.0) 


(-11.5) 


MD Totals 


381 1,404 


391 


1,013 


9 


473 


302 3,823 


26 


854 


4,836 


5.7 


439.6 35 


Opponents 


554 3,697 


207 


3,490 


38 


276 


161 2,593 


23 


830 


6,083 


7.3 


553.0 61 


KICK-OFF RETURNS 


G No. 


Yds 


Yds/Return Yds/Game 


TD LG 


INTERCEPTIONS 


G No. 


Yds 


Avg. 


TD LG 


Allen Williams 


9 30 


621 




20.7 




69.0 


49 


Orlando Strozier 


7 


4 


63 


15.8 


23 


Andrew Carter 


11 16 


279 




17.4 




25.4 


35 


Andreal Johnson 


9 


1 





.0 





Mark Mason 


11 6 


84 




14.0 




7.6 


22 


MD Totals 


11 


5 


63 


12.6 





Jermaine Stewart 


10 11 


156 




14.2 




15.6 


29 


Opponents 


11 


21 


136 


6.5 





Larry Washington 


5 3 


39 




13.0 




78 


17 














Jermaine Lewis 


8 1 


18 




18.0 




2.3 


18 


PUNTING 






1 


nside 




Keno Shawell 


3 1 


9 




9.0 




.3 


9 




G No. Yds 


Avg. 


Blkd 


Dpp20 LP 




Erik Henry 


5 1 


5 




5.0 




1.0 


5 


Scott Milanovich 


11 50 2,189 


43.8 





15 67 


(Wake Forest) 


MD Totals 


11 69 


1211 




17.6 




110.1 


- 


John Milligan 


5 2 81 


40.5 





42 


(Georgia Tech) 


Opponents 


11 34 


662 




19.5 




60.2 


- 


Team 
MD Totals 


2 1 
11 53 2,270 


0.0 
42.8 







15 




PUNT RETURNS 


G No. 


Yds 


Yds/Re 


TD LG 


Opponents 


11 40 1,459 


36.5 


1 


8 




Orlando Strozier 


7 13 


136 




10.5 




18.9 


33 














Jermaine Lewis 
Andrew Carter 
MD Totals 
Opponents 


8 2 
11 1 
11 16 
11 20 


20 



156 

169 




10.0 
0.0 

10.2 
8.5 




2.5 

00 

13.8 

15.4 


17 

- 
- 


NET PUNTING 

Punts Yards Avg. 

Maryland 53 2.270 42.8 
Opponents 40 1,459 36.5 


Opp. 

Returns 

20 

16 


Opp. Return Opp. Return Net 
Yards Avg. Average 

169 8.5 39.6 
152 9.5 32.7 



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Terp 


layback II 


99 


3 SI 


atis 


tics 


w 






FIELD GOALS 


1 19 Yds 




20-29 Yds 


30-39 Yds 


40-49 Yds 


50 & Over 




Total 




G 


FG-FGA 


Pet 


FG-FGA 


Pet 


FG-FGA 


Pet 


FGFGA 


Pet 


FG-FGA 


Pet 


FG-F 


Pet 


Long 


Ken Lytle 6 


0-0 


000 


1-4 


250 


0-2 


000 


0-0 


000 


0-0 


.000 




1-6 


.170 


25 


John Milligan 5 


0-0 


.000 


0-1 


000 


0-1 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 




0-2 


.000 


- 


MD Totals 11 


0-0 


.000 


1-6 


200 


0-3 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 




1-8 


.125 


— 


Opponents 1 1 


0-0 


.000 


10 12 


.830 


5-5 


1.00 


3-4 


.750 


0-0 


.000 




18-21 


.860 


- 


All Purpose YARDAGE 






RUSHING 


RECEIVING 


PUNT RET. 


K-OFF RET. 














G 


Att 




Net Yds 


No. 


Yds 


No. 


Yds 


No. 


Yds 


Plays 


1 


fds/Play 


Yds/Game 


Jermaine Lewis 


8 










52 


957 


2 


20 


1 


18 


55 




18.1 




124.4 


Mark Mason 


11 


158 




616 


21 


204 








6 


84 


185 




49 




82.2 


Allen Williams 


9 


58 




251 


5 


32 








30 


621 


93 




9.7 




100.4 


Andrew Carter 


11 










41 


370 


1 





16 


279 


58 




11.2 




59.0 


Russ Weaver 


11 










69 


606 














69 




8.8 




551 


Jason Kremus 


9 










37 


576 














37 




15.6 




64.0 


Mancel Johnson 


9 


1 




-1 


18 


339 














19 




17.8 




37.6 


Walt Williams 


7 










13 


295 














13 




22.7 




42.1 


Jermaine Stewart 


10 










11 


88 








11 


156 


22 




111 




24 4 


Geroy Simon 


8 










19 


194 














19 




10.2 




24.3 


Kameron Williams 


6 


28 




111 


7 


60 














35 




4.9 




28.5 


Orlando Strozier 


7 










1 


20 


13 


132 








14 




10.9 




21.7 


Doug Burnett 


10 


24 




94 


2 


12 














26 




41 




10.6 


Wade Inge 


5 










5 


73 











8 


5 




14.6 




14.6 


Larry Washington 


5 


8 




22 


1 


-3 








3 


39 


12 




4.8 




11.6 


Kevin Foley 


5 


11 




10 




















11 




.9 




2.0 


Keno Shawell 


3 






















1 


9 






9.0 




3.0 


Erik Henry 


5 






















1 


5 






5.0 




1.0 


Jamie Bragg 


1 


1 




-5 
























-5.0 




-5.0 


Team 


2 


1 




-23 
























-23.0 




-11.5 


Scott Milanovich 


11 


91 




-62 




















91 




-.7 




-5.6 


MD Totals 


11 


381 




1,013 


302 


3,823 


16 


152 


69 


1,211 


768 




8.1 




563.6 


Opponents 


11 


554 




3,490 


161 


2,593 


20 


169 


34 


662 


769 




9.0 




628.6 


DEFENSE 


G 




UT 


AT 




TT 


QBSK/YDS 


TL/YDS 


FF 




FR 




PD 


INT 


Ratcliff Thomas 


11 




74 


32 




106 


0/0 




4/16 












1 





Lamont Gore 


10 




63 


26 




89 


0/0 




0/0 












1 





Angel Guerra 


11 




51 


26 




77 


0/0 




2/3 


















Mike Settles 


11 




46 


20 




66 


1/6 




6/27 







1 










Andreal Johnson 


11 




47 


15 




63 


0/0 




1/1 


1 




1 




3 


1 


Erick Wood 


11 




26 


23 




49 


0/0 




1/3 


1 




1 










Jaime Flores 


11 




36 


8 




44 


3/26 




6/40 


1 















Johnnie Hicks 


10 




17 


24 




41 


0/0 




1/2 












1 





Raphael Wall 


9 




23 


10 




31 


0/0 




1/1 


1 




1 




1 





Madison Bradley 


7 




13 


18 




31 


0/0 




0/0 


















Tim Brown 


10 




21 


17 




38 


0/0 




1/6 


















Cleveland Everhart 


8 




27 


8 




35 


1/7 




1/7 


1 















Sharrod Mack 


10 




11 


24 




35 


1/6 




3/9 












3 





Orlando Strozier 


11 




20 


12 




32 


0/0 




0/0 


2 




6 




3 


4 


Chad Wiestling 


4 




15 


10 




25 


0/0 




0/0 


















Gene Gray 


11 




14 


11 




25 


0/0 




0/0 


















Aaron Henne 


11 




10 


11 




21 


0/0 




0/0 












1 





Tun Watson 


7 




9 


9 




18 


0/0 




3/8 












2 





Jason Brown 


8 




14 


4 




18 


2/18 




3/19 


















Mike Gillespie 


10 




5 


12 




17 


1/7 




1/7 







2 










Allen Williams 


11 




9 


4 




13 


0/0 




0/0 







1 










Al Wallace 


7 




8 


5 




13 


0/0 




3/12 







1 










Andre Martin 


10 




12 


1 




13 


0/0 




0/0 












2 





Luis Olavarria 


9 




7 


3 




10 


0/0 




0/0 


















Mark Sturdivant 


4 




8 


9 




17 


1/8 




1/8 


















Darryl Gilliam 


7 




5 


4 




9 


0/0 




2/2 


















Gene Green 


5 




4 


4 




8 


0/0 




0/0 


1 









1 





Kevm Plank 


11 




4 


3 




7 


0/0 




0/0 


















Farad Hall 


6 




2 


2 




4 


0/0 




0/0 







1 










Chns Abrahams 


1 




1 


1 




2 


0/0 




0/0 


















Mancel Johnson 


10 




2 







2 


0/0 




0/0 


















Keno Shawell 


2 




1 


1 




2 


0/0 




0/0 


















Jahmal Webster 


2 




1 


1 




2 


0/0 




0/0 


















Eric Henry 


9 







1 






0/0 




0/0 


















Steve Ingram 


11 







1 






0/0 




0/0 


















Scon Milanovich 


11 







1 






0/0 




0/0 


















Geroy Simon 


9 




1 









0/0 




0/0 


















Russ Weaver 


11 




1 









0/0 




0/0 


















Dee Reed 


8 




1 









0/0 




0/0 


















Jermaine Stewart 


11 




1 









0/0 




0/0 


















Damck Rather 


6 




2 


1 




3 


0/0 




0/0 












1 





Mario Chavez 


1 















0/0 




0/0 


















Terps Totals 


11 




S12 


360 




972 


10/74 




36/163 


8 




15 




23 


5 



65 



yback, Superlatives 1993 



Individual Superlatives 



Most Yards Rustling 

Most Rushes 

Most Passes 

Most Completions 

Best Passing Percentage 
Most Yards Passing 
Touchdown Passes 



Most Receptions 
Most Receiving Yards 

Most Punts 
Best Punting Average 
Longest Punt 
Most Interceptions 



Most Punt Returns 
Most Punt Return Yards 
Longest Punt Return 
Most Kickoff Returns 
Most Kickoff Return Yards 

Longest Kickoff Return 



118 by Allen Williams vs Florida State 
(30 carries) 

30 by Allen Williams vs. Florida State 
(118 yards) 

57 by Scott Milanovich vs. Virginia Tech 
(29 completions) 

37 by Scott Milanovich vs. Wake Forest 

(55 attempts) 
.816 by Scott Milanovich vs. Duke (31-38) 
498 by Scott Milanovich vs Virginia Tech 

5 by Scott Milanovich vs. North Carolina 
5 by Scott Milanovich vs West Virginia 

5 by Scott Milanovich vs Wake Forest 
14 by Russ Weaver vs Wake Forest 
250 by Jermaine Lewis vs. N. Carolina 

(9 receptions) 
7 by Scott Milanovich vs. Perm State (306 yards) 
52.8 by Scott Milanovich vs. N.C. State 
67 by Scott Milanovich vs. Wake Forest 

1 by Orlando Strozier vs Virginia 

1 by Andreal Johnson vs Virginia Tech 

1 by Orlando Strozier vs Georgia Tech 

1 by Orlando Strozier vs Duke 

1 by Orlando Strozier vs N.C. State 

4 by Orlando Strozier vs. Duke (50 yards) 

50 by Orlando Strozier vs. Duke (4 returns) 

35 by Orlando Strozier vs. N. Carolina 

6 by Allen Williams vs. Perm State (182 yards) 
182 yards by Allen Williams vs Perm State 

(6 returns) 
49 yards by Allen Williams vs. Penn State 




Most Points Scored 
Most PAT's 
Most Field Goals 
Longest Field Goal 
Longest Scoring Play 

Longest Non-Scoring Play 

Longest Non-Scoring Pass 

Most Total Tackles 



18 by Jermaine Lewis vs. West Virginia 
6 by Ken Lytle vs. N. Carolina 
1 by Ken Lytle vs. West Virginia (25 yards) 
25 yards by Ken Lytle vs. West Virginia 
80 yard pass from Scott Milanovich to 

Jermaine Lewis vs. West Virginia 
78 yard pass from Scott Milanovich to 

Jermaine Lewis vs. UNC 
78 yard pass from Scott Milanovich to 

Jermaine Lewis vs. UNC 
18 by Ratcliff Thomas vs. Clemson 









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40th reunion of the National 
Championship Terrapins at last 
year's West Virginia game, 
All-America Lineman Stan Jones 
and the man who helped make 
him All-America, publicist joe 
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Team Superlatives 






Special Team Tackles 


• 




Most Rushes 




44 vs. Georgia Tech (70 yards rushing) 




G 


UT AT 


TT 


Most Yards Rushing 




151 vs. Virginia Tech (31 attempts) 


Andre Martin 


9 


4 2 


6 


Most Yards Rushing Allowed 




526 by Penn State (56 attempts) 


Kevin Plank 


11 


5 1 


6 


Most Passes 




57 vs Virginia Tech (29 completions) 


Allen Williams 


11 


4 1 


5 






57 vs Wake Forest (38 completions) 


Andreal Johnson 


11 


4 


4 


Most Completions 




38 vs Wake Forest (57 attempts) 


Enck Wood 


9 


3 1 


4 


Most Yards Passing 




498 vs Virginia Tech 


Cleveland Everhart 


8 


3 


3 


Most Yards Passing Allowed 




370 by N. Carolina 


Lamont Gore 


10 


2 1 


3 


Fewest Yards Allowed Passing 




133 by Penn State 


Keno Shawell 


4 


2 1 


3 


Most Sacks 




3 vs. Duke (minus 21 yards) 


Angel Guerra 
Erik Henry 
Luis Olavarna 


11 
9 
9 


2 

1 1 

2 


2 
2 
2 


Most Sacks Allowed 




10 by Georgia Tech (minus 67 yards) 


Most Fumbles 




7 vs N C State 


Mike Settles 


11 


1 1 


2 


Most Fumbles Lost 




4 vs N C. State 


Raphael Wall 


8 


2 1 


2 


Total Offense 




649 vs Virginia Tech 


Andrew Carter 


7 


1 


1 


Total Offensive Plays 




714 by North Carolina 


Steve Ingram 


11 


1 


1 


Total Offensive Plays 




90 vs. Georgia Tech 


Mancel Johnson 


8 


1 


1 


Total Offensive Plays Allowed 




80 by West Virginia 


Scott Milanovich 


11 


1 


1 






80 by Wake Forest 


Dee Reed 


7 


1 


1 


Fewest Yards Total Offense 




191 yards vs. Penn State 


Geroy Simon 
Jermaine Stewart 
Orlando Strozier 


8 

8 

11 


1 
1 
1 


1 
1 
1 


Fewest Yards Total Offense Allowed 




435 yards by Clemson 


Most Interceptions 




1 vs Virginia 


Al Wallace 


7 


1 


1 






1 vs. Virginia Tech 


Russ Weaver 


11 


1 


1 






1 vs. Georgia Tech 














1 vs. Duke 
1 vs. N.C. State 


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Most Interceptions Allowed 




4 by Penn State 


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Most First Downs 




30 vs. Georgia Tech 


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Fewest First Downs 




13 vs Penn State 


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Most First Downs Allowed 




49 by Florida State 


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18 by Clemson 


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Most Penalty Yards 




110 yards vs Virginia Tech (10 penalties) 


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Fewest Penalty Yards 




29 vs. N. Carolina (3 penalties) 






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Highest Pet. 3rd Down Conversions 




.600 vs. Duke 


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Lowest Pet. 3rd Conversions 




.154 vs. Penn State 






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Highest Pa. 4th Down Conversions 




.100 vs. Duke (1-1) 


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.000 vs. Virginia (0-1) 


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Highest Pet. 3rd Down Conversions Allowed 750 by Florida State 


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Lowest Pet. 3rd Down Conversions Allowed 


.411 by Duke 








Most Possession Time 




34:27 vs. Florida State 


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Least Time of Possession 




22:56 vs. Wake Forest 


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TOUCHDOWNS CONVERSI 


ONS 




Total 


Points 


G 


Rush 


Rec Ret 2PT PAT FGS 


Sfty 


Points 


Average 


Jermaine Lewis 8 





7 1 





44 


5.5 


Jason Kremus 9 





5 





30 


3.3 


Ken Lytle 6 





18 1 





21 


3.5 


Mark Mason 1 1 


3 


1 





20 


1.8 


Mancel Johnson 9 





3 





18 


2.0 


Walt Williams 7 





3 





18 


2.6 


Scott Milanovich 1 1 


3 








18 


1.6 


Russ Weaver 1 1 





2 





12 


1.1 


Geroy Simon 8 





2 





12 


1.5 


Andrew Carter 1 1 





2 





12 


1.1 


Allen Williams 9 


1 


1 





8 


.9 


Doug Burnett 10 


1 








6 


.6 


Jermaine Stewart 1 [ 





10 





6 


i 


Kevin Foley 5 


1 








6 


1.2 


John Milligan 5 





6 





6 


12 


MD Totals 11 


9 


25 3 24 1 





237 


21.6 


Opponents 11 


38 


23 1 55 18 


1 


479 


43.6 



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1993 Virginia 



iber 4 - Virginia 43, Maryland 29 
Byrd Stadium 
College Park, Md. 




Virginia 8 14 7 14 

MARYLAND 6 8 15 



UVA 1st 9:54 
UM 1st 1:22 
UM 2nd 14:57 

UVA 2nd 12:31 

UVA 2nd 0:41 

UVA 3rd 8:32 

UM 3rd 3:25 

UM 3rd 0:00 

UVA 4th 6:07 

UVA 4th 2:48 

Starters 

Offense 

WR 

LT 

LG 

C 

RG 

RT 

SR 

WR 

SR 

SUB 

QB 



Jerrod Washington 4 yard pass from Symmion Willis 

2 point conversion Tim Sherman pass to Aaron Mundy 

Doug Burnett 5 yard run 

2 point conversion pass failed 

Mark Mason 2 yard run 

2 point conversion Scott Milanovich pass to Jermaine 

Lewis 

Kevin Brooks 5 yard run 

Kyle Kirkeide PAT 

Tyrone Davis 20 yard pass from Symmion Willis 

Kyle Kirkeide PAT 

Charles Way 14 yard run 

Kyle Kirkeide PAT 

Mancel Johnson 37 yard pass from Scott Milanovich 

Ken Lytle PAT 

Jermaine Lewis 44 yard pass from Scott Milanovich 

2 point conversion run by Mark Mason 

Charles Way 1 yard run 

Kyle Kirkeide PAT 

Charles Way 2 yard run 

Kyle Kirkeide PAT 





Team Statistics 


Maryland 


Virginia 




First Downs 


20 


24 




Rushing 


9 


17 




Passing 


9 


7 




Penalty 


2 







Rushing Attempts 


40 


54 




Yards Gained Rushing 


131 


296 




Yards Lost Rushing 


14 


15 




Net Yards Rushing 


117 


281 




Net Yards Passing 


253 


192 




Passes Attempted 


33 


23 




Passes Completed 


19 


15 




Passes Intercepted 


2 


1 




Total Offensive Plays 


73 


77 




Total Net Yards 


370 


473 




Average Gain Per Play 


51 


61 




Return yards 


34 


19 




Fumbles- Number/Lost 


1/0 


4/3 




Penalties: Number /Yards 


4/32 


6/39 




Interceptions: Number/Yards 


1/14 


2/6 




Number of Punts/Yards 


6/284 


6/212 


43 


Average Per Punt 


47 3 


353 


29 


Punt Returns: Number/Yards 


3/20 


1/13 




Kickoff Returns: Number/Yards 


6/83 


2/28 




Possession Time 


27:57 


3203 


1 


Sacks By/Yards 


1/6 


2/14 




Third Down Conversions 


3 of 13 


6 of 13 




Fourth Down Conversions 


Oofl 


lof 1 



Jason Kremus 
Steve Ingram 
Jade Dubis 
Jamie Bragg 
Dave Hack 
John Teter 
Andrew Carter 
Jermaine Lewis 
Russ Weaver 
Mark Mason 
Scott Milanovich 



Defense 
OLB 

T 

NG 

E 

OLB 

ILB 

ILB 

LC 

RC 

SS 

FS 



Jamie Flores 
Madison Bradley 
Mark Sturdivant 
Mike Gillespie 
Mike Settles 
Ratcliff Thomas 
Chad Wiestling 
Gene Green 
Orlando Strozier 
Raphael Wall 
Angel Guerra 



Maryland Defense 

Ratcliff Thomas 7 IH 

Jaime Flores 6 IH 

Madison Bradley 2 IH 

Chad Wiestling 4 IH 

Cleveland Everhart 4 IH 

Mike Gillespie 4 IH 

Mark Sturdivant 2 IH 



2 AT 

1 AT 
5 AT 

2 AT 

3 AT 
1 AT 
3 AT 



9TT 
7TT 
7TT 
6TT 
7TT 
5TT 
5TT 



1 caused fumble 
1 sack 1 TFL (-7) 
1 sack (-8) 



Individual Statistics 

PASSING 

Terps: Scott Milanovich, 19-33-2, 253 yards, 2TD Long 44, 1 sack (-8) 

Cavs: Symmion Willis, 15-23-1, 192 Yards, 2 TD, Long 39, 2 sacks (-14) 

RUSHING 

Terps: Mark Mason, 26-93, 1TD, Long 14 

Doug Burnett. 3-13. 1TD, 6 long 

Scott Milanovich, 7-3, 0TD, Long 7 
Cavs: Charles Way, 21-136, 3TD, Long 23 

Jerrod Washington, 10-49. 0TD, Long 21 

RECEIVING 

Terps: Jermaine Lewis, 7-94, 1TD, Long 44 

Andrew Carter, 5-57. 0TD, Long 34 
Cavs: Tyrone Davis, 3-67, 1TD, Long 39 

Larry Holmes, 2-37, 0TD, Long 22 

PUNTING 

Terps: Scott Milanovich, 6-284, 47.3 Avg, Long 55 

Cavs: Will Bnce, 5-212, 42.4 Avg, Long 55 

FIELD GOALS 
Terps: Ken Lytle, 0-2 
Cavs: None 

RETURNS 

Terps: Jermaine Lewis, 2-20, 0TD, Long 17 (Punt Returns) 
Jermaine Lewis, 1-18, 0TD, Long 18 (Kickoff Returns) 
Mark Mason, 4-60, 0TD, Long 22 (Kickoff Returns) 
Orlando Strozier, 1-14, Long 14 (Interception Returns) 

Cavs: Larry Holmes. 1-13. 0TD. Long 13 (Punt Returns) 
Larry Holmes, 2-28, 0TD, Long 28 (Kickoff Returns) 
Tom Burns, 1-6, 0TD, Long 6 (Interception Returns) 

Attendance: 35,015 

Weather: 76 degrees, 100 % Humidity, Winds SW at 7 MPH 



68 



Terplayback 1993 North Carolina 



September 11, 1993 - North Carolina 59. Maryland 42 

Kenan Stadium 
Chapel Hill, N.C. 




Maryland 7 14 

North Carolina 14 24 



= 42 
= 59 



UM 1st 10:51 

UNC 1st 8:39 

UNC 1st 6:04 

UNC 2nd 1129 

UM 2nd 10:19 

UNC 2nd 9:54 

UNC 2nd 6:00 

UM 2nd 4:07 

UNC 2nd 0:00 
UNC 3rd 9:22 

UM 3rd 6:07 

UM 4th 14:50 

UNC 4th 12:27 

UM 4th 2:05 

UNC 4th 1:05 

Starters 

Offense 

WR 

LT 

LG 

C 

RG 

RT 

SR 

WR 

SR 

SUB 

QB 



Jermaine Lewis 34 yard pass from Scott Milanovich 

Ken Lytle PAT 

Jason Stamcek 4 yard run 

Tripp Pignetti PAT 

Leon Johnson 57 yard run 

Tripp Pignetti PAT 

Bucky Brooks 1 1 yard pass from Jason Stamcek 

Tripp Pignetti PAT 

Scott Milanovich 1 yard run 

Ken Lytle PAT 

Corey Holliday 56 yard pass from Jason Stamcek 

Tripp Pignetti PAT 

Curtis Johnson 90 yard run 

Tripp Pignetti PAT 

Andrew Carter 31 yard pass from Scott Milanovich 

Ken Lytle PAT 

Tripp Pignetti 28-yard field goal 

Leon Johnson 1 yard run 

Tripp Pignetti PAT 

Jermaine Lewis 67 yard pass from Scott Milanovich 

Ken Lytle PAT 

Mancel Johnson 8 yard pass from Scott Milanovich 

Ken Lytle PAT 

Bucky Brooks 47 yard pass from Mike Thomas 

Tripp Pignetti PAT 

Jermaine Stewart 6 yard pass from Scott Milanovich 

Ken Lytle PAT 

Curtis Johnson 37 yard run 

Tripp Pignetti PAT 



Jason Kremus 
Steve Ingram 
Jade Dubis 
Jamie Bragg 
David Hack 
John Teter 
Russ Weaver 
Jermaine Lewis 
Andrew Carter 
Mark Mason 
Scott Milanovich 



Maryland Defense 

Angel Guerra 10 IH 

Andreal Johnson 1 1 IH 

Madison Bradley 4 IH 

Chad Wiestling 5 IH 

Ratcliff Thomas 5 IH 

Jaime Flores 4 IH 



2 AT 
OAT 
5 AT 

3 AT 

1 AT 

2 AT 



Defense 

OLB 

T 

NG 

E 

OLB 

ILB 

ILB 

LC 

RC 

SS 

FS 



12 TT 
10 TT 
9TT 
8TT 
6TT 
6TT 



Jaime Flores 
Johnnie Hicks 
Madison Bradley 
Mike Gillespie 
Mike Settles 
Ratcliff Thomas 
Chad Wiestling 
Gene Green 
Orlando Strozier 
Raphael Wall 
Angel Guerra 



Team Statistics 

First Downs 

Rushing 

Passing 

Penalty 
Rushing Attempts 
Yards Gained Rushing 
Yards Lost Rushing 
Net Yards Rushing 
Net Yards Passing 

Passes Attempted 

Passes Completed 

Passes Intercepted 
Total Offensive Plays 
Total Net Yards 

Average Gain Per Play 
Return yards 
Fumbles: Number/Lost 
Penalties: Number/Yards 
Interceptions' Number/Yards 
Number of Punts/Yards 

Average Per Punt 
Punt Returns: Number/Yards 
Kickoff Returns Number /Yards 
Possession Time 
Sacks By/Yards 
Third Down Conversions 
Fourth Down Conversions 



Individual Statistics 



Maryland N. 



18 

4 
14 


27 
79 
32 
47 
405 
50 
34 
1 

77 

452 

5.9 

42 

1/1 

3/29 

0/0 

6/258 

43.0 

3/42 

8/136 

28:59 

1/11 

6/17 

3/4 



Carolina 

24 

10 

14 



53 

366 

22 

344 

370 

24 

18 



77 

714 

9.3 

2 

3/2 
3/29 

1/2 
5/143 
28.6 

1/0 
6/139 
31:01 
3/22 
8/15 

1/2 



1 TFL (-4) 
1 sack (-11) 



PASSING 

Terps: Scott Milanovich. 34-50-1, 405, 5TD, Long 78, 3 sacks (-22) 

Heels: Jason Stamcek. 14-17.-0, 288 yards, Long 68, 1 sack (-11) 

RUSHING 

Terps: Mark Mason, 15-46, 0TD, Long 10 

Kameron Williams, 6-19. 0TD, Long 9 
Heels: Curtis Johnson, 17-168, 2TD. Long 90 

Louis Johnson, 16-101, 2TD, Long 57 

RECEIVING 

Terps: Jermaine Lewis, 9-250, 2TD, Long 78 

Mark Mason. 6-42, 0TD, Long 12 

Andrew Carter, 6-42. 1TD. Long 31 
Heels: Corey HoUiday, 7-149. 1TD, Long 56 

Bucky Brooks, 5-115. 2TD. Long 47 

PUNTING 

Terps: Scott Milanovich, 6-258. 43 avg, Long 53 

Heels: Mike Thomas, 5-143, 28 6 avg, Long 37 

FIELD GOALS 
Terps: None 
Heels: Tnpp Pignetti. 1-1. Long 28 

RETURNS 

Terps: Orlando Strozier. 3-42. Long 33 (Punt Returns) 
Andrew Carter. 5-98. Long 35 (Kickoff Returns) 
Larry Washington, 2-27, Long 17 (Kickoff Returns) 

Heels: Marcus Wall, 5-1 18. Long 36 (Kickoff Returns) 
Louis Johnson, 1-21, Long 21 (Kickoff Returns) 

Attendance: 50,000 

Weather: 73 Degrees. 34% Humidity. Wmd NW at 9 MPH 



69 



back 1993 West Virginia 



imber 18, 1993 - West Virginia 42, Maryland 37 
Byrd Stadium 
College Park, Md. 




West Virginia 14 14 

Maryland 10 7 



WVU 1st 8:02 Robert Walker 6 yard run 

Todd Sauerbrun PAT 
UM 1st 6:41 Jermaine Lewis 80 yard pass from Scott Milanovich 

Ken Lytle PAT 
UM 1st 2:09 Ken Lytle 25 yard field goal 
WVU 1st 0:38 Jim Freeman 5 yard run 

Todd Sauerbrun PAT 
WVU 2nd 12:10 Jay Kearney 67 yard pass from Jake Kelchner 

Todd Sauerbrun PAT 
WVU 2nd 8:47 Jake Kelchner 4 yard run 

Todd Sauerbrun PAT 
UM 2nd 2:14 Jermaine Lewis 3 yard pass from Scott Milanovich 

Ken Lytle PAT 
UM 3rd 10:58 Geroy Simon 17 yard pass from Scott Milanovich 

Conversion Pass Failed 
WVU 3rd 8:49 Mike Baker 40 yard pass from Jake Kelchner 

Todd Sauerbrun PAT 
WVU 4th 8:51 Jimmy Gary 7 yard run 

Todd Sauerbrun PAT 
UM 4th 7:49 Jermaine Lewis 35 yard pass from Scott Milanovich 

Ken Lytle PAT 
UM 4th 2:47 Jason Kremus 5 yard pass from Scott Milanovich 

Ken Lytle PAT 







Team Statistics 


Maryland 


West. Va 






First Downs 


28 


30 






Rushing 


7 


15 






Passing 


19 


12 






Penalty 


2 


3 






Rushing Attempts 


30 


61 






Yards Gained Rushing 


106 


312 






Yards Lost Rushing 


19 


40 






Net Yards Rushing 


87 


282 






Net Yards Passing 


471 


270 






Passes Attempted 


56 


19 






Passes Completed 


36 


15 






Passes Intercepted 


2 









Total Offensive Plays 


86 


80 






Total Net Yards 


558 


542 






Average Gain Per Play 


6.5 


6.8 






Return yards 


42 


26 






Fumbles: Number/Lost 


2/0 


5/4 






Penalties: Number/Yards 


8/88 


10/95 






Interceptions: Number/Yards 


0/0 


2/18 






Number of Punts/Yards 


4/165 


3/139 


7 7 


= 42 


Average Per Punt 


41 3 


463 


6 14 


= 37 


Punt Returns: Number/Yards 


3/42 


1/8 






Kickoff Returns: Number/Yards 


4/69 


2/0 






Possession Time 


27:22 


32 38 






Sacks By/Yards 


2/22 


0/0 


inovic 


h 


Third Down Conversions 


6 of 15 


7 of 13 






Fourth Down Conversions 


2 of 4 


OofO 



Starters 

Offense 

WR 

LT 

LG 

C 

RG 

RT 

SR 

WR 

SR 

SUB 

QB 



Jason Kremus 
Steve Ingram 
Jade Dubis 
Jamie Bragg 
Dave Hack 
John Teter 
Andrew Carter 
Jermaine Lewis 
Russ Weaver 
Mark Mason 
Scott Milanovich 



Defense 
OLB 

T 

NG 

E 

OLB 

ILB 

ILB 

LC 

RC 

SS 

FS 



Jaime Flores 
Madison Bradley 
Johnnie Hicks 
Mike Gillespie 
Mike Settles 
Ratcliff Thomas 
Chad Wiestling 
Gene Green 
Andreal Johnson 
Raphael Wall 
Angel Guerra 



Maryland Defense 

Ratcliff Thomas 7 IH 

Chad Wiestling 6 IH 

Andreal Johnson 7 IH 

Lamont Gore 6 IH 

Angel Guerra 6 IH 

Sharrod Mack 2 IH 



4 AT 

4 AT 
1 AT 

1 AT 

2 AT 

5 AT 



11 TT 
10 TT 
8TT 
7TT 
8TT 
7TT 



1 TFL (-2) 



Individual Statistics 

PASSING 

Terps: Scott Milanovich, 35-54-1, 451 yards, 5TD, Long 80, sack 

Dee Reed, 1-1-0, 20 yards, TD, Long 20 
Mounts: Jake Kelchner, 15-19-0, 270 yards, 2 TD, Long 67, 2 sacks (-22) 

RUSHING 

Terps: Mark Mason, 18-76, 0TD, Long 18 
Mounts: Robert Walker, 25-161, 1TD, Long 24 
Jimmy Gary, 9-39, 1TD, Long 24 

RECEIVING 

Terps: Jermaine Lewis, 6-145, 3TD, Long 80 

Mark Mason, 6-77, 0TD, Long 22 

Russ Weaver, 7-70, TD, Long 17 
Mounts: Mike Baker, 8-126, 1TD, Long 40 

Jay Kearney, 3-104, 1TD, Long 67 

PUNTING 

Terps: Scott Milanovich, 4-165, 41.3 Avg, Long 44 

Mounts: Todd Sauerbrun, 3-139, 46 3 Avg, Long 52 

FIELD GOALS 

Terps: Ken Lytle, 1-1, Long 25 

Mounts: Todd Sauerbrun, 0-1 

RETURNS 

Terps: Orlando Strozier, 3-42, Long 30 (Punt Returns) 
Allen Williams. 1-26. Long 26 (Kickoff Returns) 
Andrew Carter, 1-18. Long 18 (Kickoff Returns) 

Mounts: Jason Kidd. 1-18, Long 18 (Interception Returns) 

Attendance: 4,008 (sellout) 

Weather: 72 degrees, 73 % Humidity, Winds N at 10 MPH 



70 



Terplayback 1993 Virginia Tech 



September 25, 1993 - Virginia Tech 55, Maryland 28 

Lane Stadium 
Blacksburg. Va. 




Maryland 

Virginia Tech . 

VT 1st 10:11 

UM 1st 3:44 

VT 2nd 14:27 

VT 2nd 12:54 

UM 2nd 8:08 

VT 2nd 4:25 

VT 2nd 1:30 

VT 3rd 10:10 

UM 4th 14:52 

VT 4th 12:01 

UM 4th 11:26 

VT 4th 10:41 

VT 4th 5:45 



7 7 14 = 28 
7 28 3 17 = 55 



Tommy Edwards 5 yard run 

Ryan Williams PAT 

Walt Williams 4 yard pass from Scott Milanovich 

Ken Lytle PAT 

Tommy Edwards 4 yard run 

Ryan Williams PAT 

John Thomas 2 yard run 

Ryan Williams PAT 

Andrew Carter 5 yard pass from Scott Milanovich 

Ken Lytle PAT 

Antonio Freeman 20 yard pass from Maurice DeShazo 

Ryan Williams PAT 

Bryan Still 70-yard pass from Maurice DeShazo 

Ryan Williams PAT 

Ryan Williams 27 yard field goal 

Russ Weaver 13 yard pass from Scott Milanovich 

Ken Lytle PAT 

Ryan Williams 27 yard field goal 

Walt Williams 67 yard pass from Scott Milanovich 

Ken Lytle PAT 

Antonio Freeman 57 yard pass from Maurice DeShazo 

Ryan Williams PAT 

Jermaine Holmes 40 yard pass from Maurice DeShazo 

Ryan Williams PAT 



Starters 

Offense 

WR 

LT 

LG 

C 

RG 

RT 

SR 

WR 

SR 

SUB 

QB 



Jason Kremus 
Steve Ingram 
Jade Dubis 
Jamie Bragg 
Dave Hack 
John Teter 
Andrew Carter 
Jermaine Lewis 
Russ Weaver 
Mark Mason 
Scott Milanovich 



Maryland Defense 



Ratchff Thomas 
Angel Guerra 
Lamont Gore 
Mike Settles 
Enck Wood 
Sharrod Mack 
Madison Bradley 



10 m 

6IH 
5IH 
6IH 

6m 

2M 

2IH 



4 AT 
4 AT 
4 AT 
3 AT 

3 AT 

4 AT 
4 AT 



Defense 
OLB 

T 

NG 

E 

OLB 

ILB 

ILB 

LC 

RC 

SS 

FS 



14 TT 
10 TT 
9TT 
9TT 
9TT 
6TT 
6TT 



Jamie Flores 
Sharrod Mack 
Madison Bradley 
Mike Gillespie 
Mike Settles 
Ratcliff Thomas 
Enck Wood 
Orlando Strozier 
Andreal Johnson 
Raphael Wall 
Lamont Gore 



1 TFL (-1) 
1 TFL (-1) 

1 TFL (-7) 

1 TFL (-3) 1 FF 1 FR 



Team Statistics 


Maryland 


Va. Tech 


First Downs 


29 


25 


Rushing 


10 


17 


Passing 


17 


5 


Penalty 


2 


3 


Rushing Attempts 


31 


62 


Yards Gained Rushing 


198 


407 


Yards Lost Rushing 


47 


22 


Net Yards Rushing 


385 


151 


Net Yards Passing 


498 


256 


Passes Attempted 


57 


16 


Passes Completed 


29 


10 


Passes Intercepted 


3 


1 


Total Offensive Plays 


88 


78 


Total Net Yards 


649 


641 


Average Gain Per Play 


7.4 


8.2 


Return yards 


175 


138 


Fumbles: Number/Lost 


2/1 


1/1 


Penalties: Number/Yards 


10/110 


7/54 


Interceptions: Number/Yards 


1/0 


3/21 


Number of Punts/Yards 


3/168 


1/33 


Average Per Punt 


33.0 


42.0 


Punt Returns: Number/Yards 


0/0 


3/20 


Kickoff Returns: Number/Yards 


9/175 


4/118 


Possession Time 


24:38 


35:22 


Sacks By/Yards 


1/6 


2/25 


Third Down Conversions 


7 of 16 


6 of 13 


Fourth Down Conversions 


3 of 4 


2 of 2 



Individual Statistics 

PASSING 

Terps: Scott Milanovich. 29-57-3, 498 yards, 4TD, Long 67. 2 sacks (-25) 
Hokies: Maurice DeShazo. 10-16-1, 256 yards, Long 70, 1 sack (-6) 

RUSHING 

Terps: Mark Mason, 14-103, 0TD, Long 50 

Kameron Williams, 5-20. 0TD. Long 9 
Hokies: Tommy Edwards, 14-144, 2TD, Long 51 

RECEIVING 

Terps: Jason Kremus, 6-133. 0TD, Long 54 

Jermaine Lewis. 9-128, 0TD, Long 32 

Walt Williams. 3-111, 2TD. Long 67 
Hokies: Antonio Freeman. 5-122, 2TD, Long 57 

Bryan Still, 1-70, 1TD, Long 70 

PUNTING 

Terps: Scott Milanovich. 4-168, 42.0 Avg. Long 62 

Hokies: Robbie Colley, 1-33, 33.0 Avg, Long 33 

FIELD GOALS 

Terps: Ken Lytle, 0-3 

Hokies: Ryan Williams, 2-3, Long 34 

RETURNS 

Terps: Allen Williams. 4-90. Long 40 (Kickoff Returns) 

Andrew Carter. 5-85, Long 32 (Kickoff Returns) 
Hokies: Antonio Freeman. 3-20, Long 8 (Punt Returns) 

Cornelius White, 1-43, Long 43 (Kickoff Returns) 

Attendance: 38.829 

Weather: Rain (heavy, wind-driven at times). 55 degrees, Wind E at 5 MPH 



71 



k 1993 Penn State 



lobar 2, 1993 - Penn State 79, Maryland 7 
Byrd Stadium 
College Park, Md. 




Penn State 18 28 3 21 = 70 

Maryland 7 0=7 



PSU 1st 11:29 

PSU 1st 9:28 

PSU 1st 7:01 

PSU 1st 0:49 
PSU 2nd 13:07 

UM 2nd 6:12 

PSU 2nd 5:04 

PSU 2nd 4:30 

PSU 2nd 1:31 

PSU 3rd 6:48 
PSU 4th 13:50 

PSU 4th 5:06 

PSU 4th 1:29 

Starters 

Offense 

WR 

LT 

LG 

C 

RG 

RT 

SR 

WR 

SR 

SUB 

QB 



Ki-Jana Carter 63 yard Run 

Craig Fayak PAT 

Craig Fayak 23 yard Field Goal 

Brian O'Neal 4 yard Run 

Craig Fayak PAT No Good 

Safety, Maryland snaps ball out of end zone 

Ki-Jana Carter 4 yard run 

Craig Fayak PAT 

Mark Mason 3 yard Run 

Ken Lytle PAT 

Bobby Engram 10 yard pass from Kerry Collins 

Craig Fayak PAT 

Ki-Jana Carter 36 Yard Run 

Craig Fayak PAT 

Bobby Engram 16 yard pass from Kerry Collins 

Craig Fayak PAT 

Brett Conway 28 yard Field Goal 

Mike Archie 1 yard run 

Brett Conway PAT 

Brian O'Neal 1 Yard run 

Brett Conway PAT 

Brian Milne 10 Yard Run 

Brett Conway PAT 



Jason Kremus 
Steve Ingram 
Jade Dubis 
Jamie Bragg 
Dave Hack 
John Teter 
Andrew Carter 
Jermaine Lewis 
Russ Weaver 
Mark Mason 
Scott Milanovich 



Defense 

OLB 

T 

NG 

E 

OLB 

ILB 

ILB 

LC 

RC 

SS 

FS 



Jaime Flores 
Sharrod Mack 
Johnnie Hicks 
Mike Gillespie 
Mike Settles 
Ratcliff Thomas 
Enck Wood 
Gene Green 
Andreal Johnson 
Raphael Wall 
Lamont Gore 



Maryland Defense 

Lamont Gore 1 1 IH 

Mike Settles 8 IH 

Tim Watson 3 IH 

Madison Bradley 3 IH 

Allen Williams 3 IH 

Andreal Johnson 3 IH 

Angel Guena 4 IH 



3 AT 

2 AT 

4 AT 
1 AT 

3 AT 
1 AT 
OAT 



14 TT 
10 TT 
7TT 
4TT 
6TT 
4TT 
4TT 



1 TFL (-4) 
1 TFL (-1) 
1 PD 



Team Statistics 

First Downs 

Rushing 

Passing 

Penalty 
Rushing Attempts 
Yards Gained Rushing 
Yards Lost Rushing 
Net Yards Rushing 
Net Yards Passing 

Passes Attempted 

Passes Completed 

Passes Intercepted 
Total Offensive Plays 
Total Net Yards 

Average Gain Per Play 
Return yards 
Fumbles: Number/Lost 
Penalties: Number/Yards 
Interceptions: Number/Yards 
Number of Punts/Yards 

Average Per Punt 
Punt Returns: Number/Yards 
Kickoff Returns: Number/Yards 
Possession Time 
Sacks By/Yards 
Third Down Conversions 
Fourth Down Conversions 



Individual Statistics 



Maryland 


Penn State 


13 


27 


5 


18 


7 


7 


1 


2 


31 


56 


79 


538 


58 


12 


21 


526 


170 


133 


38 


21 


21 


10 


4 





69 


77 


191 


659 


28 


8.6 





68 


2/2 


2/1 


8/45 


7/72 


0/0 


4/10 


8/306 


4/145 


38.3 


36.3 


0/0 


4/58 


11/247 


3/88 


28:48 


31:12 


0/0 


5/47 


2/13 


3/9 


0/1 


0/1 



PASSING 

Terps: Scott Milanovich, 19-32-3, 158 yards, 0TD, Long 14, 5 sacks (-47) 

Kevin Foley, 2-6-1, 12 yards, 0TD, Long 7, 1 sack (-4) 
Lions: Kerry Collins, 9-19-0, 128 Yards, 2TD, Long 45, sack 

John Sacca, 1-2-0. 5 yards, 0TD, Long 5. sack 

RUSHING 

Terps: Mark Mason, 11-37, 1TD, Long 10 

Doug Burnett, 4-16, 0TD, Long 8 
Lions: Ki-Jana Carter, 13-159, 3TD, Long 63 

Mike Archie, 11-120, 1TD, Long 43 

RECEIVING 

Terps: Russ Weaver, 8-69, 0TD, Long 14 

Jermaine Lewis, 6-53, 0TD, Long 13 
Lions: Bobby Engram, 6-78. 2TD, Long 24 

Freddie Scott, 1-45, 0TD, Long 45 

PUNTING 

Terps: Scott Milanovich, 7-306, 43.7 Avg, Long 51 

Lions: V.J, Musculo, 4-145, 36.3 Avg, Long 42 

FIELD GOALS 

Terps: None 

Lions: Craig Fayak, 1-1, Long 23 
Brett Conway, 1-1, Long 28 

RETURNS 

Terps: Allen Williams, 6-182, 0TD, Long 49 (Kickoff Returns) 
Andrew Carter, 4-56, 0TD, Long 18 (Kickoff Returns) 

Lions: Derek Bochna, 1-30, 0TD, Long 30 (Punt Returns) 

Bobby Engram, 1-34, 0TD, Long 34 (Kickoff Returns) 
Bobby Engram, 3-28, TD, Long 12 (Punt Returns) 

Attendance: 42,008 (sellout) 

Weather: 71 degrees, 63% humidity, winds from South 12 MPH 



72 



Terplayback 1993 Georgia Tech 



October 9, 1993 — Georgia Tech 38, Maryland 

Bobby Dodd Stadium at Grant Field 
Atlanta, Ga. 



GEORGIA TECH 




Maryland 

Georgia Tech 3 7 



GT 1st 2:51 Tyler Jarrett 45 yard Field Goal 

GT 2nd 1:12 William Bell 1 yard run 
Tyler Jarrett PAT 

GT 3rd 9:45 Donnie Davis 21 yard run 
Tyler Jarrett PAT 

GT 3rd 4:18 Dorsey Levens 3 yard run 
Tyler Jarrett PAT 

GT 4th 12:17 Anthony Rice 6 yard pass from Donnie Davis 
Tyler Jarrett PAT 

GT 4th 10:04 Grany Baynham 3 yard pass from Donnie Davis 
Tyler Jarrett PAT 





Team Statistics 


Maryland 


Ga. Tech 




First Downs 


30 


23 




Rushing 


7 


14 




Passing 


16 


7 




Penalty 


7 


2 




Rushing Attempts 


44 


48 




Yards Gained Rushing 


149 


425 




Yards Lost Rushing 


79 


14 




Net Yards Rushing 


70 


411 




Net Yards Passing 


351 


199 




Passes Attempted 


46 


23 




Passes Completed 


25 


11 




Passes Intercepted 


3 


1 




Total Offensive Plays 


90 


71 




Total Net Yards 


421 


610 




Average Gam Per Play 


4.7 


7.2 




Return yards 


21 


25 




Fumbles: Number/Lost 


1/0 


0/0 




Penalties: Number/Yards 


8/55 


13/111 




Interceptions: Number/Yards 


1/23 


3/-5 




Number of Punts/Yards 


5/208 


4/166 


0=0 


Average Per Punt 


41 6 


41.5 


14 14 = 38 


Punt Returns: Number/Yards 


1/-2 


2/30 




Kickoff Returns: Number/Yards 


7/114 


2/30 




Possession Time 


33:37 


26:23 




Sacks By/Yards 


0/0 


10/67 




Third Down Conversions 


7/19 


4/12 




Fourth Down Conversions 


0/7 


0/2 



Starters 

Offense 

WR 

LT 

LG 

C 

RG 

RT 

SR 

QB 

WR 

SR 

SUB 



Jason Kremus 
Steve IngTam 
Jade Dubis 
Jamie Bragg 
Dave Hack 
John Teter 
Andrew Carter 
Scott Milanovich 
Jermaine Lewis 
Russ Weaver 
Mark Mason 



Maryland Defense 

Lamont Gore 8 IH 

Ratcliff Thomas 8 DH 

Jaime Flores 8 IH 

Angel Guerra 6 IH 

Enck Wood 7 IH 

Orlando Strozier 2 IH 

Andreal Johnson 3 IH 

Cleveland Everhart 3 IH 



Defense 
OLB 

T 

NG 

E 

OLB 

ILB 

ILB 

LCB 

RCB 

SS 

FS 



1 AT 
OAT 
OAT 

2 AT 
OAT 
2 AT 
1 AT 
1 AT 



Jaime Flores 
Sharrod Mack 
Madison Bradley 
Tim Watson 
Mike Settles 
Ratcliff Thomas 
Enck Wood 
Orlando Strozier 
Andreal Johnson 
Raphael Wall 
Lamont Gore 



9TT 
8TT 
8TT 
8TT 
7TT 
4TT 
4TT 
4TT 



1PD 

1 TFL (-1) 

2 TFL (-6) 



1 PD 1 fat 
1PD 



Individual Statistics 

PASSING 

Terps: Scott Milanovich, 20-34-2, 261 Yards, 0TD, Long 65, 9 sacks (-62) 

Kevin Foley, 5-12-1, 90 Yards, 0TD, Long 27, 1 sack (-5) 
Jackets: Donnie Davis, 9-19-1. 156 Yards, 2TD, Long 55, sacks 

RUSHING 

Terps: Mark Mason, 17-57. 0TD. Long 11 

Kameron Williams, 4-31. 0TD. Long 14 
Jackets: William Bell. 16-131, 1TD, Long 26 

Dorsey Levens, 13-130, 1TD. Long 50 

RECEIVING 

Terps: Jermaine Lewis, 4-105. 0TD, Long 65 

Russ Weaver, 8-79. 0TD, Long 19 
Jackets: Omar Cassidy. 3-63, 0TD. Long 52 

Charlie Simmons, 1-55. 0TD, Long 55 

PUNTING 

Terps: Scott Milanovich, 4-169, 42.3 avg, Long 49 

John Milligan, 1-39, 39.0 avg. Long 39 
Jackets: Jason Bender, 4-166, 41.5 avg. Long 59 

FIELD GOALS 

Terps: John Milligan. 0-1 
Jackets: Tyler Jarrett. 1-1. Long 45 

RETURNS 

Terps: Allen Williams. 6-103. Long 22 (Kickoff Returns) 

Orlando Strozier. 1-23, Long 23 (Interception Returns) 
Jackets: Lethon Flowers. 2-30, Long 20 (Punt Returns) 

Jimy Lincoln. 1-20. Long 20 (Kickoff Returns) 

Attendance: 36.218 

Weather: 85 degrees, sunny and pleasant, wind from the southeast 10 MPH 



73 



ck 1993 Duke 



1893 - Maryland 26, Duke 18 
Byrd Stadium 
College Park, Md. 




Duke .. 








6 3 3 6 = 18 


Maryland 








fi 14 fi = 26 


UM 1st 


13:13 Jason Kremus 67 yard pass from Scott Milanovich 




Ken Lytle PAT Blocked 






DU 1st 


6 58 Tom Cochran 43 yard Field Goal 




DU 1st 


2 07 Tom Cochran 25 yard Field Goal 




UM 2nd 


6:57 Jermaine Lewis 47 yard reception from Scott Milanovich 




Ken Lytle PAT 








DU 2nd 


4 32 Tom Cochran 38 yard Field Goal 




UM 2nd 


1 :49 Scott Milanovich 1 yard run 








Ken Lytle PAT 








DU 3rd 


0:05 Tom Cochran 39 yard Field Goal 




DU 4th 


8:51 David Lowman 15 yard run; 2 point 


conversion failed 


UM 4th 


2:15 Mark Mason 2 yard 


run 








Ken Lytle PAT Blocked 






Starters 










Offense 




Defense 




WR 


Jason Kremus 


OLB 




Jaime Flores 


LT 


Steve Ingram 


T 




Sharrod Mack 


LG 


Jade Dubis 


NG 




Madison Bradley 


C 


Jamie Bragg 


E 




Mike Gillespie 


RG 


David Hack 


OLB 




Mike Settles 


RT 


John Teter 


ILB 




Ratcliff Thomas 


SR 


Andrew Carter 


ILB 




Erick Wood 


WR 


Jermaine Lewis 


LC 




Orlando Strozier 


SR 


Russ Weaver 


RC 




Andreal Johnson 


SUB 


Mark Mason 


SS 




Angel Guerra 


QB 

Marylan 


Scott Milanovich 

d Defense 


FS 




Lamont Gore 


Lamont Gore 10 IH 3 AT 


13 TT 


1 PD 




Ratcliff Thomas 6 IH 7 AT 


13 TT 


1 PD 1 FF 


Erick Wooc 


9 IH 3 AT 


12 TT 






Angel Guerra 4 IH 3 AT 


7TT 






Jaime Flores 5 IH 2 AT 


7TT 


2 sacks (-15) 1 PD 1 FF 


Sharrod Mack 1 IH 4 AT 


5TT 


1 sack (-6) 3 PDs 



Team Statistics 


Maryland 


Duke 


First Downs 


26 


22 


Rushing 


7 


10 


Passing 


19 


9 


Penalty 





3 


Rushing Attempts 


42 


38 


Yards Gamed Rushing 


151 


190 


Yards Lost Rushing 


40 


21 


Net Yards Rushing 


111 


169 


Net Yards Passing 


414 


197 


Passes Attempted 


36 


39 


Passes Completed 


29 


14 


Passes Intercepted 


2 


1 


Total Offensive Plays 


78 


77 


Total Net Yards 


525 


366 


Average Gain Per Play 


6.7 


4.8 


Return yards 


53 


21 


Fumbles: Number/Lost 


2/2 


0/0 


Penalties: Number/Yards 


12/101 


8/54 


Interceptions: Number/Yards 


1/3 


2/17 


Number of Punts/Yards 


4/172 


5/196 


Average Per Punt 


43.0 


39.2 


Punt Returns Number/Yards 


4/50 


1/4 


Kickoff Returns: Number/Yards 


3/40 


5/98 


Possession Time 


30:38 


29:22 


Sacks By/Yards 


3/21 


3/29 


Third Down Conversions 


9/15 


7/17 


Fourth Down Conversions 


1/1 


0/1 



Individual Statistics 

PASSING 

Terps: Scott Milanovich, 29-36-2, 414 yards, 2TD, Long 67, 3 sacks (-29) 
Devils: Spence Fischer, 10-23-1, 138 yards, 0TD, Long 54, 3 sacks (-21) 
Joe Pickens, 4-16-0, 59 yards, 0TD, Long 32, sack 

RUSHING 

Terps: Mark Mason, 21-84, 1TD, Long 13 

Doug Burnett, 4-17, 0TD, Long 7 
Devils: David Lowman, 9-56, 1TD, Long 15 

T.C. White, 7-48, 0TD, Long 25 

RECEIVING 

Terps: Jermaine Lewis, 6-126, 1TD, Long 47 

Russ Weaver, 7-72, 0TD, Long 19 
Devils: Stanley Dorsey, 3-77, 0TD, Long 54 

Brad Breedlove, 3-50, 0TD. Long 18 

PUNTING 

Terps: Scott Milanovich, 4-172, 43.0 avg, Long 58 

Devils: John Krueger, 5-196, 39.2, Long 54 

FIELD GOALS 
Terps: None 
Devils: Tom Cochran, 4-4, Long 43 

RETURNS 

Terps: Orlando Strozier, 4-50, 0TD, Long 30 (Punt Returns) 

Orlando Strozier, 1-3, 0TD, Long 3 (Interception Returns) 
Allen Williams, 3-40, 0TD, Long 18 (Kickoff Returns) 

Devils: Leroy Gallman, 3-70, 0TD, Long 29 (Kickoff Returns) 
Keith Gill, 2-28. 0TD, Long 17 (Kickoff Returns) 

Attendance: 31,487 

Weather: 65 degrees, calm winds. 89% relative humidity, partly cloudy 



74 



Terplayback 1993 Clemson 



October 30, 1993 - Clemson 29, Maryland 
Memorial Stadium 
Clemson, S.C. 




Maryland 
Clemson 








0=0 








6 6 17 = 29 


C 1st 


8:11 Derrick Witherspoon 1-yard rush 
Nelson Welch kick blocked 




C 3rd 


9:33 Nelson Welch 33-yard Field Goal 




C 3rd 


4:59 Nelson Welch 28-yard Field Goal 




C 4th 


9:53 Derrick Witherspoon 89-yard run 






Nelson Welch PAT 






C 4th 


7:03 Nelson Welch 2 1 -yard Field Goal 




C 4th 


49 Tony DeSue 3-yard run 
Nelson Welch PAT 






Starters 








Offense 






Defense 




WR 


Jason Kremus 




OLB 


Jaime Flores 


LT 


Steve Ingram 




DT 


Aaron Henne 


LG 


Jade Dubis 




NG 


Johnny Hicks 


C 


Jamie Bragg 




DE 


Mike Gillespie 


RG 


Dave Hack 




OLB 


Mike Settles 


RT 


John Teter 




ILB 


Ratchff Thomas 


SR 


Andrew Carter 




ILB 


Erick Wood 


WR 


Jermaine Lewis 




LCB 


Orlando Strozier 


SR 


Russ Weaver 




RCB 


Andreal Johnson 


SUB 


Mark Mason 




SS 


Raphael Wall 


QB 


Scott Milanovich 




FS 


Angel Guerra 


Maryland Defense 








Ratchff Thomas 


10 IH 


8 AT 


18 TT 


Lamont Gore 


9IH 


4 AT 


13 TT 


Tim Brown 


7IH 


2 AT 


9 TT ISack (-4) 


Andreal Johnson 


4M 


2 AT 


6 TT 


Orlando Strozier 


5IH 


OAT 


5 TT 1PD 



Team Statistics 


Maryland 


Clemson 


First Down 


18 


18 


Rushing 


10 


6 


Passing 


6 


10 


Penalty 


2 


2 


Rushing Attempts 


41 


47 


Yards Gained Rushing 


120 


262 


Yards Lost Rushing 


34 


17 


Net Yards Rushing 


86 


245 


Net Yards Passing 


223 


190 


Passes Attempted 


31 


18 


Passes Completed 


19 


10 


Passes Intercepted 


1 





Total Offensive Plays 


72 


65 


Total Net Yards 


309 


435 


Average Gain Per Play 


4.3 


6.7 


Return yards 





48 


Fumbles: Number/Lost 


3/2 


2/0 


Penalties: Number/Yards 


10/72 


9/50 


Interceptions: Number/Yards 


0/0 


1/39 


Number of Punts/Yards 


6/245 


5/180 


Average Per Punt 


40.8 


36.0 


Punt Returns: Number/ Yards 


0/0 


2/9 


Kickoff Returns: Number/Yards 


7/163 


1/31 


Possession Time 


27:55 


32:05 


Sacks By/Yards 


1/4 


7/27 


Third Down Conversions 


6/18 


7/16 


Fourth Down Conversions 


1-2 


1-2 



Individual Statistics 

PASSING 

Terps: Scott Milanovich, 19-31-1. 223 Yards, TD. Long 44 
Tigers: Patrick Sapp, 5-9-0, 134 Yards, 0TD, Long 52 
Richard Moncnef. 5-9-0. 56 yards. OTD.Long 22 

RUSHING 

Terps: Mark Mason. 15-45. 0TD, Long 11 

Doug Burnett, 3-20, 0TD, Long 18 

Scott Milanovich, 15-7, 0TD, Long 9 
Tigers: Dernck Witherspoon. 19-172. 2TD, Long 89 

RECEIVING 

Terps: Russ Weaver, 6-58. 0TD, Long 15 

Jermaine Lewis, 5-56. 0TD, Long 18 
Tigers: Terry Smith, 3-76, 0TD, Long 39 

Marcus Hinton, 1-52, 0TD, Long 52 

PUNTING 

Terps: Scott Milanovich, 5-203, 40.6 avg, Long 47 

John Milligan, 1-42. 42.0 avg. Long 42 
Tigers: Chns Mclnally, 5-180, 36.0 avg, Long 41 

FIELD GOALS 

Terps: John Mrlhgan. 0-1, 20 yards 

Tigers: Nelson Welch, 3-3, Long 33 

RETURNS 

Terps: Allen Williams. 5-113. 0TD. Long 30 (Kickoff Returns) 
Jermaine Stewart 2-50, 0TD. Long 29 (Kickoff Returns) 

Tigers: Andre Humphrey, 2-9. 0TD. Long 6 (Punt Returns) 

Andre Humphrey, 1-31, 0TD. Long 31 (Kickoff Returns) 
Andre Humphrey, 1-39. 0TD. Long 39 (Interception Returns) 



Attendance: 62,000 
Weather: Ram throughout the game. 
10-15 miles per hour. 



'emps in the mid 50s. Wmd Northeast 



75 



ayback 1993 Florida State 



November 8 — Florida State 49, Maryland 20 






Byrd Stadium 






College Park, Md. 


Team Statistics Maryland 


Florida St. 








First Downs 24 
Rushing 9 


32 
12 




- twiFttTpmr'in 






Gff EDAY 




Passmg 14 
Penalty 1 


17 
3 




w^jwa 






Rushing Attempts 43 
Yards Gamed Rushing 161 


33 
198 




T -'1/ ».n 






Yards Lost Rushing 21 


13 








Net Yards Rushing 140 
Net Yards Passing 313 


185 










341 




v ' '^/T'* 






Passes Attempted 28 
Passes Completed 21 


38 
28 




k. ~ l ef~ 






Passes Intercepted 
Total Offensive Plays 71 
Total Net Yards 453 

Average Gain Per Play 6.4 



71 
526 
7.4 




*J ^ A 




Return yards 







* ^ 




Fumbles: Number/Lost 2/1 


1/0 








Penalties: Number/Yards 7/54 
Interceptions: Number/Yards 0/0 


3/40 
0/0 










Number of Punts/Yards 2/43 


1/37 


Florida State 7 14 21 7 = 49 


Average Per Punt 21.5 


37.0 


Maryland 13 7 = 20 


Punt Returns: Number/Yards 0/0 


0/0 


Kickoff Returns : Number/Yards 7/118 


4/43 




Possession Time 34:27 


25:33 


FSU 1st 1:46 Kez McCorvey 17-yard pass from Danny Kanell 


Sacks By/Yards 0/0 


0/0 


Scott Bentley PAT 


Third Down Conversions 5/10 


9/12 


FSU 2nd 13:34 Kevin Knox 10-yard pass from Danny Kanell 


Fourth Down Conversions 0/3 


1/1 


Scott Bentley PAT 






UM 2nd 10:29 Kevin Foley 1-yard rash 


Individual Statistics 




John Milligan PAT No Good 






FSU 2nd 7:28 Matt Frier 26-yard pass from Danny Kanell 






Scott Bentley PAT 


PASSING 




UM 2nd 2:37 Geroy Simon 10-yard pass from Scott Milanovich 


Terps: Scott Milanovich, 14-19-0, 163 yards, 2TD, Long 50 




John Milligan PAT 


Kevin Foley, 7-9-0, 150 yards, 0TD, Long 68 




FSU 3rd 13:15 Sean Jackson 15-yard pass from Danny Kanell 


Noles: Danny Kanell, 28-38-0, 341 yards, 5TD, Long 33 




Scott Bentley PAT 






UM 3rd 12:24 Walt Williams 50-yard pass from Scott Milanovich 


RUSHING 




John Milligan PAT 


Terps: Allen Williams, 30-118, 0TD, Long 20 




FSU 3rd 9:02 Kevin Knox 33-yard pass from Danny Kanell 


Noles: Sean Jackson, 12-95, 1TD, Long 29 




Scott Bentley PAT 






FSU 3rd 2:13 Tamanck Vanover 6-yard rash 


RECEIVING 




Scott Bentley PAT 


Terps: Mancel Johnson. 3-101, 0TD, Long 68 




FSU 4th 3:59 Sean Jackson 19-yard ran 


Walt Williams, 3-67, 1TD, Long 50 




Scott Bentley PAT 


Andrew Carter, 7-61, 0TD, Long 14 
Jason Kremus, 5-61, 0TD, Long 14 




Starters 


Noles: Kez McCorvey, 10-122, 1TD, Long 27 




Offense Defense 


Kevin Knox, 5-89, 2TD, Long 33 




WR Jason Kremus OLB Jaime Flores 






WR Walt Williams T Sharrod Mack 


PUNTING 




LT Steve Ingram NG Johnnie Hicks 


Terps: Scott Milanovich, 2-43, 21.5 avg., Long 26 




LG Erik Greenstein E Mark Sturdivant 


Noles: Dan Mowrey, 1-37, 37.0 avg., Long 37 




C Jamie Bragg OLB Mike Settles 






RG Dave Hack ILB Ratcliff Thomas 






RT John Teter ILB Tim Brown 


FIELD GOALS 




SR Andrew Carter LC Orlando Strozier 


Terps: None 




SR Russ Weaver RC Andreal Johnson 


Noles: Scott Bentley, 0-1 




SUB Mark Mason SS Raphael Wall 






QB Scott Milanovich FS Lamont Gore 


RETURNS 






Terps: Jermaine Stewart, 4-57, 0TD, Long 24 (Kickoff Returns) 


Maryland Defense 


Walt Williams, 3-61, 0TD, Long 36 (Kickoff Returns 


) 


Ratcliff Thomas 7 IH 5 AT 12 TT 


Noles: Matt Frier, 2-38, 0TD, Long 22 




Lamont Gore 6 IH 2 AT 8 TT 






Raphael Wall 4 IH 3 AT 7 TT 


Attendance: 36,255 




Johnnie Hicks 5 IH AT 5 TT 1 TFL (-2) 


Weather: 47 degrees, light rain, 80 percent humidity, north winds at 10 miles 


Angel Guerra 4 IH 1 AT 5 TT 


per hour 





76 



Terplayback 1993 N. C. State 



November 13, 1993 - 



N.C. State 44, Maryland 21 
Carter-Finley Stadium 
Raleigh, N.C. 




NCSU 2nd 
NCSU3rd 10 
NCSU3rd 8 



Maryland 7 6 8 = 21 

N.C State 13 17 14 = 44 

UM 1st 8:19 Allen Williams 12-yard run 

John Milligan PAT 
NCSU 2nd 14:03 Steve Videtich 21-yard Field Goal 
NCSU 2nd 2:38 Gary Downs 4-yard run 

Steve Videtich PAT 
03 Steve Videtich 44-yard Field Goal 
00 Steve Videtich 25-yard Field Goal 
51 Eddie Gomes 71-yard pass from Terry Harvey 

Steve Videtich PAT 
UM 3rd 4:06 Scott Milanovich 1-yard run 

2-point conversion failed 
NCSU 3rd 1:49 Robert Hmton 9-yard pass from Harvey 

Steve Videtich PAT 
NCSU 4th 9:55 Chris Cotton 8-yard run 

Steve Videtich PAT 
UM 4th 4:29 Jason Kremus 17-yard pass from Scott Milanovich 

Allen Williams rush for 2-point conversion 
NCSU 4th 1:35 Kevin Matier 31 -yard run 

Jimmy Sziksai PAT 



Starters 

Offense 

WR 

WR 

LT 

LG 

C 

RG 

RT 

SR 

SR 

SUB 

QB 



Jason Kremus 
Walt Williams 
Steve Ingram 
Enk Greenstein 
Jamie Bragg 
Dave Hack 
John Teter 
Andrew Carter 
Russ Weaver 
Jermaine Stewart 
Scott Milanovich 



Defense 
OLB 

T 

NG 

E 

OLB 

ILB 

HB 

LC 

RC 

SS 

FS 



Jaime Flores 
Sharrod Mack 
Johnnie Hicks 
Mark Sturdivant 
Mike Settles 
Ratcliff Thomas 
Gene Gray 
Orlando Strozier 
Andreal Johnson 
Lamont Gore 
Angel Guerra 



Maryland Defense 

Ratchff Thomas 7 IH 

Johnnie Hicks 6 IH 

Angel Guerra 5 IH 

Gene Gray 6 IH 

Cleveland Everhart 4 IH 

Andreal Johnson 4 IH 



1 AT 
OAT 

1 AT 
OAT 

2 AT 
1 AT 



8TT 
6TT 
6TT 
6TT 
6TT 
5TT 



1 TFL (-4) 
1 TFL (-3) 



1 TFL (-3) 



Team Statistics 

First Downs 

Rushing 

Passing 

Penalty 
Rushing Attempts 
Yards Gained Rushing 
Yards Lost Rushing 
Net Yards Rushing 
Net Yards Passmg 

Passes Attempted 

Passes Completed 

Passes Intercepted 
Total Offensive Plays 
Total Net Yards 

Average Gam Per Play 
Return yards 
Fumbles: Number/Lost 
Penalties: Number/Yards 
Interceptions: Number/Yards 
Number of Punts/Yards 

Average Per Punt 
Punt Returns: Number /Yards 
Kickoff Returns: Number/Yards 
Possession Time 
Sacks By/Yards 
Third Down Conversions 
Fourth Down Conversions 



Individual Statistics 



Maryland 


N.C.S.U. 


27 


31 


10 


14 


14 


14 


3 


3 


37 


40 


166 


282 


40 


6 


126 


276 


287 


264 


39 


37 


29 


21 


1 


1 


76 


77 


413 


540 


5.4 


7.0 


7/4 


4/1 


7/54 


11/59 


1/23 


1/28 


4/211 


2/71 


52.7 


35.5 


1/0 


3/10 


4/29 


3/29 


29:06 


30:54 


0/0 


3/14 


6/12 


6/11 


0/0 


0/0 



PASSING 

Terps: Scott Milanovich, 22-28-0. 244 Yards. 1TD, Long 41 

Kevin Foley, 7-11-1, 43 Yards, 0TD, Long 11 
Pack: Terry Harvey, 21-37-1, 264 Yards, 2TD, Long 71 

RUSHING 

Terps: Allen Williams. 17-93, 1TD, Long 17 

Mark Mason, 9-44, 0TD, Long 11 
Pack: Gary Downs, 15-69, 1TD, Long 16 

Chris Cotton, 7-67, 1TD. Long 18 

RECEIVING 

Terps: Geroy Simon, 9-96, 0TD, Long 26 

Jason Kremus, 6-70, 1TD, Long 17 
Pack: Eddie Gomes, 5-118, 1TD, Long 71 

Robert Hmton, 5-68, 1 TD, Long 19 

PUNTING 

Terps: Scott Milanovich, 4-211, 52.8 avg.. Long 60 

Pack: Chad Robson, 2-71, 35.5 avg.. Long 40 

FIELD GOALS 
Terps: None 
Pack: Steve Videtich, 3-3. Long 44 

RETURNS 

Terps: Jenname Stewart, 3-22. 0TD. Long 13 (Kickoff Returns) 

Orlando Strozier. 1-23, 0TD. Long 23 (Interception Returns) 
Pack: Ledel George. 3-10. 0TD, Long 4 (Punt Returns) 

Kevin Matier, 2-25. 0TD. Long 13 (Kickoff Returns) 

Attendance: 35.120 

Weather: Partly cloudy, 66 degrees. Wmd south at 7 miles per hour. 



77 



1993 Wake Forest 



thm 20, 1993 - 



Maryland 33, Wake Forest 32 
Groves Stadium 
Winston-Salem, N.C 







l«W« 




OFF 


l=r- 32 


■ 


C' ;■" <5> 







Maryland 6 

WakeForest 17 6 



WF 1st 12:44 Dan Ballou 36-yard pass from Rusty LaRue 

Mike Green PAT 
WF 1st 10:14 Mike Green 20-yard Field Goal 
WF 1st 4:39 John Leach 1-yard run 

Mike Green PAT 
WF 2nd 10:09 John Leach 1 -yard run 

Mike Green kick failed 
UM 2nd 2:48 Mancel Johnson 66-yard pass from Scott Milanovich 

Conversion run failed 
WF 3rd 10:12 John Leach 23-yard run 

Mike Green kick failed 
UM 3rd 8:18 Jason Kremus 18-yard pass from Scott Milanovich 

Conversion pass failed 
UM 3rd 5:04 Jason Kremus 29-yard pass from Scott Milanovich 

John Milligan PAT 
WF 4th 14:55 Mike Green 35-yard field goal 
UM 4th 8:45 Mark Mason 16-yard pass from Scott Milanovich 

John Milligan PAT 
UM 4th 0:00 Russ Weaver 8-yard pass from Scott Milanovich 

John Milligan PAT 







Team Statistics 


Maryland 


Wake Forest 






First Downs 


26 


25 






Rushing 


4 


19 






Passing 


19 


6 






Penalty 


3 









Rushing Attempts 


17 


62 






Yards Gained Rushing 


77 


421 






Yards Lost Rushing 


7 


25 






Net Yards Rushing 


70 


396 






Net Yards Passing 


425 


181 






Passes Attempted 


57 


18 






Passes Completed 


38 


9 






Passes Intercepted 


2 









Total Offensive Plays 


74 


80 






Total Net Yards 


495 


577 






Average Gam Per Play 


6.7 


7.2 






Return yards 





17 






Fumbles: Number/Lost 


3/2 


1/1 






Penalties: Number /Yards 


4/35 


9/69 






Interceptions: Number/Yards 


0/0 


2/30 






Number of Punts/Yards 


4/210 


4/137 


13 14 = 


Average Per Punt 


52.5 


34.3 


6 


3 = 32 


Punt Returns: Number/Yards 


1/0 


2/17 






Kickoff Returns: Number/Yards 


4/51 


3/68 






Possession Time 


22:56 


37:04 






Sacks By/Yards 


1/7 


1/11 






Third Down Conversions 


6/12 


7/13 






Fourth Down Conversions 


0/0 


0/0 



Starters 

Offense 

WR 

LT 

LG 

C 

RG 

RT 

SR 

SR 

WR 

SU-B 

QB 



Jason Kremus 
Steve Ingram 
Erik Greenstein 
Jamie Bragg 
Dave Hack 
John Teter 
Andrew Carter 
Russ Weaver 
Walt Williams 
Mark Mason 
Scott Milanovich 



Defense 

ILB 

T 

NG 

E 

LB 

ILB 

ILB 

LC 

RC 

SS 

FS 



Maryland Defense 

Lamont Gore 6 IH 

Angel Guerra 7 IH 

Enck Wood 5 IH 

Mike Settles 5 IH 

Andreal Johnson 5 M 

Tim Brown 2 IH 



5 AT 

2 AT 

3 AT 
2 AT 
2 AT 

4 AT 



Jaime Flores 
Sharrod Mack 
Johnnie Hicks 
Mark Sturdivant 
Mike Settles 
Ratchff Thomas 
Gene Gray 
Andre Martin 
Andreal Johnson 
Lamont Gore 
Angel Guerra 



11 TT 
9TT 
8TT 
7TT 
7TT 
6TT 



Individual Statistics 

PASSING 

Terps: Scott Milanovich, 37-55-2, 416 yards, 5TD, Long 66 

Kevin Foley, 1-2-0, 9 yards, 0TD, Long 9 
Deacons: Rusty LaRue, 9-18-0, 181 yards, 1TD, Long 46 

RUSHING 

Terps: Allen Williams, 6-31, 0TD, Long 8 
Mark Mason, 5-23, TD, Long 9 
Deacons: John Leach, 46-329, 3TD, Long 42 

RECEIVING 

Terps: Jason Kremus, 8-119, 2TD, Long 29 

Mancel Johnson, 5-106, 1TD, Long 66 

Russ Weaver, 14-105, 1TD, Long 16 
Deacons: John Leach, 3-42, 0TD, Long 38 

Roger Pettus, 2-43, 0TD, Long 22 

PUNTING 

Terps: Scott Milanovich, 4-210, 52.5 avg„ Long 67 
Deacons: Mike Green, 4-137, 34.3 avg., Long 46 

FIELD GOALS 
Terps: None 
Deacons: Mike Green, 2-2, Long 35 

RETURNS 

Terps: Jermaine Stewart, 2-27, 0TD, Long 18 (Kickoff Returns) 

Andrew Carter, 1-22, 0TD, Long 22 (Kickoff Returns) 
Deacons: John Leach, 1-31, 0TD, Long 31 (Kickoff Returns) 

Todd Dixon, 1-31, 0TD, Long 31 (Kickoff Returns) 

Attendance: 12,521 

Weather: Sunny, windy, 52 degrees, winds from the north west at 18 miles 
per hour 



78 



Terplayers, Letterwinners 



"A" 

Abbott, Robert 1971 
Abdur-Ra'oof, Azizuddm 

1984. '85. '86. 87 
Abshet. 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, Olin 1908. '09. 10 
Andrus, Robert 1946 
Annan. Nick 1992 
Arbutina, Matt 1963. '64 '65 
Anzzi, Ernie 1961, '62, '63 
Arline, 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 
Auhsi, Joe 1980, '81. '82 
Austin, Gerald 1982 
Avelhm, Bob 1972, '73, '74 
Axt. R. W. (Dutch) 1915, '16. '17 

"B" 

Bach. Billy 1966 

Badaniek. Rick 1982. '83. '84. 85 

Badgett. Marcus 1990. '91. '92 

Bafford. Harold 1925. '26. '27 

Bagranoft 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, Murms 1960. '61, '62 
Bannon. J. G. 1892. '93. '94 
Barbiasz. Chris 1979. '80 
Baikalow. Gerald 1945 
Barlund. Dick 1959. '60. '61 
Barnes. George 1941. '42. '45 
Barnes. Hank 1969. '70, 71 
Baroru. John 1947. '48 
Bamtt. Ed 1952 
Banlett. 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, Kevin 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 
Boen, Walter 1951, '52 
Bonus. John 1962 
Boinis. Pete 1958, '59. '60 
Bolton. Ed. 1949. '50 
Bonato. John 1986, '87 
Bond. Carl 1985 
Bonk, Hairy 1945. '46. '47. '48 
Bonnet. Arthur 1924. '25 
Boothe. Dan 1942 
Boring, Les 1980. '81 
Bosley. John 1905 



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

Bovic, Charles 1902 

Bouscaren, William 1897 

Bowersox, Jack 1953. '54 

Bowland, Bill 1904. '05, '06 

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

Bowman, Charles 1967 

Boxold, Charles 1953, '54 

Boyda, John 1937, '38, '39 

Bozeman, Richard 1943 

Bracken, Lou 1967, '68 

Bradford, Jack 1987, '88, '89, '90 

Bradford, Robert 1949 

Bradley, J. A, 1898, '99 

Bradley. Madison 1992, '93 

Bradley. Walter 1933 

Bragg. Jamie 1992, '93 

Bran.ison, Bernardo 1964, '65, '66 

Brancato, Joe 1973, '74 

Brand, Robert 1937, '38 

Bra idt. 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 

Breumch, 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. '93 

Brown, Tom 1960. '61. '62 







Jack Healy T55 and '56) and 
Gene Alderton C55, 56 and '57). 



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 

Burhn, Ralph 1939, '40, '41 

Burmeister. Doug 1984 

Burnett, Doug 1991. '92. '93 

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 
Carmci. Jan 1978. 79, '80 
Carliss, Ernest 1919, '20. '21 
Carlson, Rick 1966, '67, '68 
Carney, Mike 1978, 79, '80 
Can, Brad 1974 75, 76. 77 
Can, David 1988, '89 
Carroll, Charles 1957 
Carroll, Douglas 1899 
Carter, A. R. 1914 
Carter, Andrew 1993 
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 
Chiavenru. Len 1962, '63 
Chisari, Thomas 1943, '44, '45 
Chovanes. Eddie 1941. '42. 46 
Christianson, Dave 1951 
Church. C Grant 1897, '99 
Church, L, M. 1905 
Ciambor. Steve 1967. '68. '69 
Cianciulli. Steve 1978 
Cianelh, Dave 1949. '50. '51 
Cichowski. Tom 1963. '65. '66 
Cielensky. Mike 1973. 74. 75 
Claiborne, Jonathan 1975, 76, 77 
Clark, Morrison 1920 
Cloud. Everett 1958. '59. '60 



79 



ers, Letterwinners 



Coggins, Bert 1916 
Coggins, Irving 1914, '15, '16 
Colbert, Bob 1967, '68, '69 
Cole, Bob 1958 
Cole, Fred 1956, '57, '58 
Cole, George 1932 
Collins, Bobby 1964, '65, '66 
Collins, Gary 1959, '60. '61 
Collins, Scott 1977, '78, '79 
Colteryahn, Lloyd 1951, '52 
Colton, George 1984, '85 
Colvin, 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, Bamey 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, '51, '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'Addio, Dave 1979, '80, '82, '83 
D'Amico, Matt 1985, '86, '87, '88 
D'Atn, Pat 1984, '35 
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 1955, '56, '57 
DeMoss, James 1989 
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 

Dernck, 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 

Dietrich, 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 

Drimal, Chuck 1967 

Drozdov, Darren 1988, '89, '91, '92 

Drozdov, Olaf 1962, '63, 64 

Dubis, Jade 1991, '92, '93 

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 

Ellmger, 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 

Everhart, Cleveland 1993 

Everson, William 1947, '48 

••f" 

Faber, Parker 1930, 31 

Faloney, Berme 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 





Charley Boxold ('53, '54) and Bernie Faloney ('51, '52, '53) 



Louis Carter ('72, '73, '74) and 
Richard Jennings ('73, '74, '75). 

Fincke, Edward 1950 

Fmkle, 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 

Fitzpatrick, 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, '93 

Flynn, Tim 1953, '54, '55 

Foley, Kevin 1993 

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 

Fnedgen, Ralph 1968 

Fries, Greg 1968, '69, 70 

Fntsch, John 1955, '56, '57 

Fritz, Emile 1945, '46 

Fromang, Steve 1970, 71. 72 

Fry, Clarence (Chick) 1949, '50, '51 

Fullerton, 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" 

Gaarn, 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 



80 



Terplayers, Letterwinners 



Gamer. Enoch 1902 

Garrott, William 1933. '35 

Gawlick. Fred 1965. '66, '67 

Gayzur. Rudolph 1949 

Gebhardt, John 1967. '68 

Gelbaugh. Stan 1984, '85 

Getz, Harry 1936 

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, Vemon 1903. '04 

Gillespie. Bill 1967, '69 

Gillespie, Mike 1993 

Gilliam, Darryl 1993 

Gilmore, Jack 1962, '63 

Gilmore, John 1940, '42 

Gioia, Bob 1980. '81 

Giuhano, 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 

Gore, Lamont 1993 

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. '93 

Green, Dean 1988, '89 

Green, Eugene 1992 

Greene, Tony 1968, '69. '70 

Greenstein, Erik 1993 

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. Bill 1934. '35. '36 
Guerra. Angel 1992, '93 
Gunderman. Bobby 1982, '83, '84 
Gunderman. Ed 1965. '66 
Gunderman. Tom 1957. '58. '59 
Gundry, Jesse 1921 

"H" 

Hack David 1991, '93 
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 
Hanaka. Greg 1982. '83. '84 




Ed Kensler. '48, '49, '50, '51. 

Harrell, Greg 1984 
Harris, Denck 1974 
Harris, George 1893, '94 
Hams, Leon 1976 
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 
Heine. George 1923. '24 
Heintz, William 1928. '29 
Helbock. Bill 1942 
Henne, Aaron 1993 
Henmng, Dan 1985. '86 '87 
Henry. Erik 1993 
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, Chaplam 1907, '08 
Hicks, Johnnie 1993 
Hill, Darryl 1963 
Hill. Greg 1982. '83. '84 
Hillis, Robert 1943 
Hmebaugh, Wade 1896. '97 
Hindman. F.R 1913, '14, '15 
Hmes, Frank 1898, '99 
Hines. Frank. Jr. 1932 
Hmes. Greg 1989, '90, '91 
Hinkle, Monte 1971, '72, '73 
Hoch. Mike 1966 
Hoen. Ralph 1307. '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, Eric 1983, '84, '85 
Holinka, Jeff 1983, '84, '85 
Holhs, Michael 1987, '88. '89, '90 
Holobetz, Corey 1992, '93 
Hons. Craig 1970 
Hoopengardner, Joe 1940, '42 
Hoover, Kim 1973. '74. '75 
Hopson. Mike 1990. '91 
Homing. Joe 1951, 52, '53, '54 
Hough, John 1922, '23, '24 
Hrezo, Joe 1960. '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 



Idzik, John 1947, '48, '49, '50 
Iglehart, John 1905 
Igus, Chris 1983, '84 
Imphong, Mike 1967 
Inge, Bill 1990, '91. '92 
Inge, Wade 1992, '93 
Ingram, Stephen 1990, '92, '93 
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 
Jermgan, Cy 1971. 73 
Johnson, Andreal 1993 
Johnson, Barry 1987, '88, '89, '90 
Johnson, Charles 1976, 77, 78 
Johnson, Dave 1911, '12, '13 
Johnson, Ed 1965 
Johnson, Louis 1990, '91 
Johnson, Mancel 1993 
Johnson, Sam 1978, 79. '80 
Johnston, Richard 1945, '46 
Johnson, Ricky 1988. '89 
Jomes. Vemon 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, Harry 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 
Kern, 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, Chns 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, Bill 1956 

Koprowski, Marion 1973. 74, 75 
Koziol, Steve 1976, 77, 78 
Krahhng, 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. '93 
Kronberg. Vic 1982 
Krouse, Bill 1939. '40 
Krouse, Raymon 1947, '48, '49. '50 
Kubany, Glenn 1968. '69 
Kuchta, Joe 1948. '49. '50 
Kurz. Jim 1946 




Fred Joyce: '62, '63, '64. 



81 



ers, Letterwinners 




Alvin Maddox: '76, 77, 78. 



Lacy, Michael 1992 
Ladygo, Peter 1950, '51 
LeHayne, Alfred 1975 
Landolt, Dean 1968 
Laneve, Ron 1957, '58 
Lange, Robert 1973, 74 
Lamgan. Pat 1924, 75 
Larkin, Bob 1980 
Larkin, Edward 1971 
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 
Lavnisky. 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, '93 
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 

h. Leonard 1981 '82. '84, '85 
Lytle, Ken 1993 



"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, '93 
Mackall, Thomas 1904, '05, '06, '07 
Mackert, Roy 1919, '20 
Maddox, Alvin 1976, '77, '78 
Madigan, George 1928, '29 
Mahmc, Robert 1969, 70 
Main, 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, Andre 1993 
Martin, Andy 1963, '64 
Martin, Bill 1957, 58 
Martin, Charles 1963, '64 
Martine, Roy 1950, '51 
Mason, Mark 1990, '91, '92, '93 
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 
Merritt, Roland 1968. '69 



Mesner, Bruce 1983, '84, '85, '86 

Mess. R. W. 1913, '14 

Michael, R. M. 1916 

Mier, Jack 1941, '42 

Mike, David 1993 

Mike-Mayer, Steve 1972, 73, 74 

Milanovich, Scott 1993 

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 

Milligan, John 1993 

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, Enc 1970 

Moore, John 1919, '20, '21, '22 

Moran, J, Patrick 1944 

Morgan, Bob 1951, '52, '53 

Morhinweg, Fred 1917 

Morns, 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 




Ralph Sonntag: '67, '68, '69. 



Murphy. Scott 1975 
Myers, Dutch 1918, '19 
Myrtle, Chip 1964, '65, '66 
Myslinski, 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 

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 

Norns, John 1930, '31 

Norton, Patrick 1992 

Novak, Dick 1959, '60, '61 

Nusz, Dave 1953. 54, '55 

"O" 

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 
Olavarna, Luis 1992, '93 
Olecki, Bruce 1967, '69 
Olkewicz, Neal 1976, 77, 78 
Orta, Ralph 1989, '90, '91 
Osborn, Downey 1923, '24 
Osier, Jerry 1962 
Owen, Norman 1943 



Pacella David 1979, '80, '81, '82 
Pagannucci, Romeno 1919, '20, '21 
Page, Calvin 1901 
Page, Glenn 1987, '88, '89, '90 
Palahunik, 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, Alvin 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 



82 



Terplayers, Letterwinners 




Steve Trimble: '78. 79. '80 



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. BUI 1964 

Philips, Al 1946, '47. '48 

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, '93 

Plasmg. 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 
Rather, Deamck 1993 
Ratliff, Don 1970, 71. '72 
Reagan. Ron 1989. '90. '91. '92 
Reed, Dee 1993 
Regan. Edward 1992, '93 



Reich, Frank 1983. '84 
Reilly, Charles 1969, '70. '71 
Reilly. Jack 1960 
Reitz, Mike 1972 
Renaldo, Chris 1982, '83 
Rhodes, Don 1977 
Ribmitzki, 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 
Roberts, Richard 1993 
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 

"S" 

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.'85 
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 




Bo Hockey ('62. 63, '64) and Dick Absher C64. 65. 66 



Scioscia, Kamey 1949, '50, '51 
Scott. George 1976, '77 
Scott. Ken 1971. '72. '73 
Scott. Sean 1984. '85. '86 '87 
Scott, Vincent 1958, '59. '60 
Scotti, Ben 1956, '57, '58 
Scotti, Tony 1958, '59 
Scnber, Spencer 1980, '82, '83 
Scriber, 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 
Settles. Mike 1993 
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 
Shawell, Keno 1993 
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. Eric 1976, 77, 78, '80 
Silvester. Edward 1909 
Silvester, Lindsay 1908. '09 
Simler. George 1946. '47 
Simmons. Jonathan 1981, '82. '83 
Simoldoni. Joe 1965. '66 
Simon, Geroy 1993 
Simon, Mike 1976, 77, 78 
Simpson, John 1932, '33, '34 
Simpson, Mike 1962 
Sisler. Paul 1993 
Skarda, Jim 1955, '56 
Skinner, W. W. 1892 
Skotnicki. 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. Iran 1985. '86. '87. '88 
Smith. Jamie 1916 
Smith, Ken 1960. '61, 62 
Smith. Les 1944. '45 
Smith. Wesley 1902, 04 
Sniscak, Bernie 1946 
Snyder. Gerald 1926. '27, '28 
Snyder. Leo 1917. 18. '20 
Snyder. Robert 1933 



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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 

Spinelli, Dennis 1986, '87, '88, '89 

Springer, Bruce 1965 

Stable, Sydney 1909 

Staffieri, 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 

Stefl, Tom 1955, '56, '57 

Steiner, 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, Jermaine 1993 

Stewart, Larry 1977, 78, 79 

Stickel, Lou 1965, '66, '67 

Stoh, Wilbur 1901, '02, '03, '04 

Stonebraker, Jack 1934, '35 

Strano, Tony 1991 

Strozier, Orlando 1993 

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, '93 

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, '93 
Thomas, Al 1968, '69, 70 
Thomas, Gene 1990, '91 




Charlie Weidinger: '36, '37, '38 

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

Thomas, Mike 1988, '89, '90, '91 

Thomas, Ratcliff 1993 

Thompson, Greg 1983, '84 

Tice, John, 1979, '80, '81, '82 

Tice, Mike 1978, 79, '80 

Tiesi, James 1970, 71 

Tine, Chuck 1965, '66, '67 

Toler, Dick 1945 

Tomasetti, Vince 1980, '81, '82 

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" 

Ulam, James 1977, 78 
Warn, 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, Marlin 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 
Verardi, 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 
Vincent, Rufus 1932 
Visaggio, Dave 1972, 73, 74 
Vucm, Milan 1964, '65, '66 

"W" 

Wagenheim, Phil 1973, 74 
Walker, Arnold 1987 
Walker, Bill 1953, '54, '55 
Walker, Clarence 1894 
Walker, Frank 1900 
Walker, Kevin 1984, '85, '86, '87 
Wall, Raphael 1992, '93 
Wallace, Al 1993 
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, '93 
Waters, Jean 1954, '55, '56 
Waters, John 1924, '25 
Watkins, Ben 1896 
Watkins, James 1970, 71 
Watson, Ken 1976, 77 
Watson, Tim 1993 
Watts, Harry 1901, '02, '03 
Weaver, Russ 1992, '93 
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 




Ziz 

•84, 



- Azizuddin AbdurRa 'oof: 
■85, '86, 87. 



Wethington, Ray 1970, 71, 72 
Wharton, Al 1954, '55, '56 
Wharton, Jim 1939. '41 
Wharton, Thomas 1893, '94 
Whelchel, David 1925 
White, Charles 1911 
White, Charles 1975, 76, 77 
White, Donald 1962 
White, F. M. 1908 
White, Floyd, 1970, 71 
White, 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, '93 
Wikander, Gary 1961 
Wilkins, Joe 1979, '80, '81, '82 
Williamowsky, William 1943 
Williams, A. V. 1915, '16 
Williams, Allen 1993 
Williams, E. P. 1910, '11, '12, '13 
Williams, Kameron 1993 
Williams, Walt 1993 
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 
Wmgate, 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, '93 
Wood, William 1930, '32 
Woodeshick, Kevin 1993 
Woods, Al 1930, '31, '32 
Woodward, A N. 1910 
Wooters, William 1892, '93, '94 
Worthington, 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 



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 



Zachary. Pete 1973, 74, 75 
Zannoni, Steve 1972, 73, 74 
Zemhelt, 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 
Zulick, Earl 1925 '26 '27 



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Terp Won-Loss Log, Coaches Records 



Year 

1892 
1893 
1894 
1895 
1896 
1897 
1898 
1899 
1900 
1901 
1902 
1903 
1904 
1905 

1906 
1907 

1908 
1909 

1910 
1911 



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 
P.. Alston 
C. Donnelly & 
H. C. Byrd 



Coach Curley Byrd 



1912 
1913 
1914 
1915 
1916 
1917 
1918 
1919 
1920 
1921 
1922 
1923 
1924 
1925 
1926 
1927 
1928 
1929 
1930 
1931 
1932 
1933 
1934 



H. C. Byrd 
H C. Byrd 
H. C. Byrd 
H. C. Byrd 
H. C. Byrd 
H. C. Byrd 
H C Byrd 



Byrd 

Byrd 
Byrd 
Byrd 
Byrd 



K 

H. 

H. 

H. 

H 

H. C. Byid 

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 

6 
3 

6 
2 
2 
1 
3 
1 
3 
7 
2 
6 

5 
3 

3 
2 

4 
4 



(18-17-4) 
3 




(117-82-15) 



Year 

1935 
1936 
1937 

1938 
1939 



1941 
1942 
1943 
1944 



Head Coach 
Jack Faber 
Jack Faber 
Jack Faber 

Frank M Dobson 
Frank M Dobson 

Jack Faber. 
Al Heagy 
Al Woods 
Clark Shaughnessy 
Clarence Spears 
Clarence Spears 



Year Head Coach 




1945 Paul "Bear" Bryant 6 2 1 

(6-2-1) 

1946 Clark Shaughnessy 3 6 

(3-6-0) 




Coach Jim latum 


1947 


Jim Tatum 


1948 


Jim Tatum 


1949 


Jim Tatum 


1950 


Jim Tatum 


1951 


Jim Tatum 


1952 


Jim Tatum 


1953 


Jim Tatum 


1954 


Jim Tatum 


1955 


Jim Tatum 



7 
6 
9 
7 

10 
7 

10 
7 

10 



(75-15-4) 



1969 
1970 
1971 

1972 
1973 



Jerry Claiborne 
Jerry Claiborne 








Coach Joe Krivak 



1987 
1988 
1989 
1990 
1991 

1992 
1993 



Joe Krivak 
Joe Knvak 
Joe Krivak 
Joe Knvak 
Joe Krivak 

Mark Duffner 
Mark Duffner 



(20-34-1) 

8 

9 
(5-17-0) 



Coach Jerry Claiborne 



1974 
1975 
1976 
1977 
1978 
1979 
1980 
1981 



Jerry Claiborne 
Jerry Claiborne 
Jerry Claiborne 
Jerry Claiborne 
Jerry Claiborne 
Jerry Claiborne 
Jerry Claiborne 
Jerry Claiborne 



9 
11 
8 
9 
7 



(72-37-3) 



100 Year Totals 



505 456 42 



1 Teams Coached by Captains 



85 



ages, 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 Umv 20 

Clifton Ath. Club 1 

Columbia Ath. Club . . 

Connecticut 1 

Curtis Bay Coast Guard 

Delaware 3 

Dinkinson Col 1 

Duke 20 

Duquesne Univ 1 

Eastern High 4 

Episcopal High 

Florida 6 

Florida 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. Mann : Barracks . . 1 



Loss Log with Opponents 



L 


T 








2 











1 





2 





1 











1 





1 





1 











1 

















1 





1 


2 


2 








1 


20 2 



1 




1 





5 


1 








16 

















3 





11 





4 








1 








6 


1 


9 





1 





3 





2 


1 


5 





1 





1 























2 





2 





1 











2 





11 


5 


2 


2 



























w 

Merchant Marine Acad 1 

Miami (Fla.) 7 

Miami (Ohio) 

Michigan 

Michigan State 1 

Minnesota 1 

Mississippi 1 

Mississippi State 1 

Missouri 6 

Mt. of St. Joseph's Col. 2 

Mt. St. Mary's Col 2 

Mt. Washington Club.. 

Navy 5 

New York Umv 2 

North Carolina 25 

N.C. State 23 

Ohio Univ 1 

Oklahoma Univ 

Old. Umv. of Md 3 

Olympia Ath. Club 1 

Orient Ath. Club 1 

Pennsylvania 1 

Perm State 1 

Perm Military 3 

Pittsburgh 3 

Princeton 

Randolph-Macon Col. . . 

Rich. Army Air Base . 1 

Richmond Univ 11 

Rock Hill Col 3 

Rutgers Umv 4 

St. Johns Col 18 

South Carolina 17 

SMU 2 

Swarthmore Col 

Syracuse 14 

Tech. High 5 

Tennessee 2 

Texas 

Texas A & M 

Third Army Corps 1 

Tulane Umv 2 

UCLA 1 

Vanderbilt 4 

Villanova 8 

Virginia 37 

Virginia Mil. Inst 14 

Virginia Tech 14 

Wake Forest 30 

Walbrook Ath. Club. ... 

Washington & Lee 13 

Washington Col 18 

West Virginia 14 

Western High 

Western Md 18 

William & Mary 1 

Yale Univ 2 



L 



T 




6 





1 





2 





4 











1 























2 


1 


1 





14 











30 


1 


23 


4 








4 





2 


1 














4 





35 


1 


1 





2 





2 





2 


1 








5 


2 


1 





3 





11 




11 











1 





17 


2 


2 





5 





3 





2 











2 





1 





8 





2 





19 


2 


9 


2 


10 





11 


1 


1 





5 


2 


3 


1 


15 


2 





1 


13 


1 


2 





8 


1 




Russ Weaver is the 75th selection to earn ACC All-Academic 
honors. He did it a year ago while leading the league in receptions. 




Jonathan Claiborne was on board (or the 1970s rise of Terrapin 
football, and earned Academic All-America as a safety. 



86 



Terpassages, 1003 Gaines 



1892 (0-3-0) 

Oct 15 at St Johns 

Johns Hopkins 
(Clifton Park.Baltimoie) 
Nov 19 Episcopal High 

1893 (6-0-0) 
On ll Eastern High 

Central High 

Bait City Coll 
Nov 1 St Johns 
Nov 12 West Md 

Oriental Ath Club 

1894 (3-3-0) 

Oct 12 W Md Coll. 

at Wash Coll 
On 27 at St Johns 

Georgetown 

Col Ath Club 

at Mt St Mary's 
(Thanksgiving) 

1895 (0-0-0) 
No Team 

1896 (6-2-2) 
Eastern High 
Gallaudet 
Business High 
Central High 
Alexandria High 
Bethel M.A. 
Episcopal High 
West. Md 

Central High 
U. ol Md 

1897 (2-4-2) 

Central High 

Eastern High 

Johns Hopkins 
Nov 13 St. Johns 

Gallaudet 
Nov 20 Bait Med. Coll 
(Electric Park) 



W 
W 
W 

.'.' 

:■■ 
w 



w 

w 

L 

w 

L 

L 



0-50 
0-62 



0-16 



36-0 
100 
18-0 
60 
18-10 
16-6 



52-0 
12-0 
22-6 
6-4 
0-26 
0-24 



W 

w 

L 
L 

L 
L 



0-6 

0-0 

32-0 

10-6 

18-0 

20-10 

0-6 
16-6 
14-0 

0-0 



24-6 

40 
0-30 

4-6 
616 
0-10 



Oct 15 



14 
25 
28 



Oct 
On. 
Oct 
Nov 

Nov 



Oct 13 

Oct. 21 

Nov 10 

Nov. 17 



Oct. 


5 


Oct 


16 


Oct 


19 


Oct 


21 


Nov 


2 


Nov 


12 


Nov 


16 


Nov. 


23 



Nov 



1898 (2-5-0) 

Columl 
at West Md 
Eastern High 
Gallaudet 
Johns Hopkins 
at Episcopal High 
Rock Hill Coll. 

1899 (1-4-0) 

West Md 
Eastern High 
at Johns Hopkins 
Delaware Coll 
(Wilmington) 
at St Johns 

1900 (3-4-1) 

Western High 
Gib Ath Col 
Georgetown Prep 
Georgetown Prep 
Episcopal High 
Gonzaga 
Gonzaga 
Char Hall Ac 

1901 (1-7-0) 

Delaware Coll 
Gallaudet Reserves 
Johns Hopkins 
Rock Hill College 
Central High 
US Marines 
Walk Ath College 
West Md 

1902 (3-5-2) 

Georgetown 
Mt. St. Joseph's 
Columbian U 
Olympia Ath. Club 
Wash Coll 
Mt St Mary's 
West. Md 
U. of Md 
Johns Hopkins 
Delaware Coll 



L 
L 

w 

L 

L 
L 
'.'. 



L 

.'. 
L 
L 



6-17 
0-32 

4-0 
0-33 
0-16 
0-37 
27-0 



0-21 
26-0 
0-40 
0-34 

0-62 



T 


0-0 


L 


0-17 


L 


0-5 


W 


15-0 


L 


6-34 


L 


5-11 


W 


21-0 


W 


21-0 



L 
L 
L 
L 
L 
W 
L 
L 



L 

W 
W 

w 

T 
L 
L 
L 
L 
T 



6-24 
10-11 
0-6 
6-11 
0-11 
27-0 
0-36 
0-30 



0-27 
5-0 
1110 
6-0 
0-0 
0-5 

6-26 
0-5 

0-17 
0-0 




1903 (7-4-1) 

Oct 11 U ofMd 
Oct 14 Tech Hi 
Oct 22 at Columbian U 
Oct 27 Georgetown 

Clifton Ath Club 
Gunton Tern 
at St Johns 
Nov. 2 Wash Col 
Nov 16 West Md 
Nov 18 at Mt St Mary's 
Nov 27 Delaware Coll 
(Wilmington) 

1904 (2-4-2) 
Sept 26 at Georgetown 

Oct 3 Randolph Macon 
Ftress Monroe 

Oct 7 at Mt St Mary's 

On 14 West Md 
Gallaudet 

Nov 3 U of Md 

Nov 26 Delaware Coll. 
(Wilmington) 



On 
On 
On 
On 
On 
Nov 
Nov 
Nov 
Nov 
Nov 



Sept 
On. 
On 
On 

On 
Nov 
Nov. 
Nov. 



Maryland Agriculture College was first and foremost a military school. This is the 1905 
edition of the football Pearl and Maroon in their cadet dress. 



Sept 
On 
On 
On 
Oct 



Nov. 



w 


11-0 


w 


270 


w 


6-0 


L 


0-28 


W 


5-0 


W 


21-0 


L 


0-18 


W 


28-0 


W 


6-0 


L 


0-2 


L 


016 


L 


0-22 


T 


0-0 


T 


0-0 


W 


11-6 


L 


0-5 


W 


22-5 


L 


0-6 


L 


0-18 



1905 (6-4-0) 

7 Bait Poly In. 

14 Gallaudet 

21 West Md 

25 at Navy 

28 Mt St Joseph's 
4 at Wm 8i Mary 

11 St Johns 

18 at Wash Col 

25 U ofMd 

30 at Delaware Coll 

1906 (5-3-0) 

29 Tech High 
6 Bait City Coll 

10 at Navy 

13 Georgetown 

(Gnffith Stadium.Waslungton) 

20 at Mt. Wash Coll 

10 at St Johns 

17 at Rock Hill 

24 Wash Coll. 



1907 (3-6-0) 

Sept 28 Tech High 

Georgetown 
On 5 at Richmond Coll. 
On S at Navy 
On 12 at Mt St Mary's 
On 26 George Wash 

(Griffith Stadium, Washington) 
Nov. 9 at Wash Coll 
Nov 16 St Johns 
Nov. 23 at Gallaudet 

(Kendall Green) 

1908 (4-7-0) 

Central High 

Tech High 

at Richmond Coll. 

at Johns Hopkins 

Navy 

Gallaudet 

at Fredncksburg 

Baltimore Poly. 

St. Johns 

Wash. Coll. 

George Wash 



1909 (2-5-0) 
25 Tech. High 
2 at Richmond Col 
9 at Johns Hopkins 
16 Rock Hill 
23 George Wash. 

(Gnffith Stadium. Washington) 
N C State 
6 at Gallaudet 



w 


20-0 


w 


16-0 


L 


010 


L 


0-17 


.'. 


28-0 


w 


17-0 


w 


27-6 


L 


0-17 


W 


23-5 


L 


0-12 


W 


5-0 


w 


220 


L 


012 


L 


0-28 


L 


0-29 


w 


20-4 


W 


16-0 


W 


35-0 


W 


13-0 


L 


0-10 


W 


5-1 


L 


0-12 


L 


6-12 


W 


10-0 


w 


10-5 


L 


0-16 


L 


0-6 


W 


5-0 


L 


5-6 


L 


0-22 


L 


0-10 


L 


0-57 


W 


5-0 


W 


10-0 


w 


12-0 


L 


0-31 


L 


0-11 


L 


0-57 


L 


0-11 


L 


0-12 


L 


0-9 


W 


to 


L 


0-26 


L 


0-31 


W 


1412 



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6 
11 

25 


1916 (6-2-0) 

Dickinson 
Navy 
V.M.I. 
Haverford 
St. Johns 


W 6-0 
L 7-14 

W 15-9 
L 6-7 
W 31-6 






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W 10-7 


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W 13-9 


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W 54-0 


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1917 (4-3-1) 




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Oct 


6 


Delaware Coll. 


W 20-0 


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Oct 


13 


at Navy 


L 0-62 


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Oct 
Oct 
Nov. 


20 

27 

3 


at VMI 
Wake Forest 
NC A&M 


T 14-14 
W 29-13 
L 6-10 


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Nov 


10 


St Johns 


W 13-3 


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Nov 
Nov 


17 
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at Penn State 
at Johns Hopkins 


L 0-57 
W 7-0 


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Oct 
Nov. 


26 
2 


1918 (4-1-1) 

American U 

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West Md 


L 6-13 
W 7-6 
W 10-0 


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Nov. 


16 


NYU 


W 6-2 


1910 (5-3-1) 


Nov 14 


at Gallaudet L 23-0 


Nov 


23 


St. Johns 

(Homewood Field) 
at Johns Hopkins 

(Thanksgiving) 


W 19-14 


Central High W 12-0 
Oct 1 at Richmond Coll W 22-0 


Nov 26 


Penn Mil Coll W 26-0 
(Thanksgiving) 


Nov. 


28 


T 0-0 


Oct 8 at Johns Hopkins T 11-11 














Oct 15 Catholic U W 20-0 




1915 (6-3-0) 






1919 (5-4-0) 

Swart hmore 




Oct 19 at George Wash W 6-0 
(Gnffith Stadium, Washington) 


Sept 25 
Oct 2 


Bait Poly W 31-0 
at Haverford L 0-7 






L 6-10 


Nov, 12 at V.M.I. L 0-8 


Oct 9 


Catholic U L 0-16 


Oct 


18 


at Virginia 


W 13-0 


Nov 19 at St. Johns L 0-6 


Oct 16 


Gallaudet W 10-3 


West Va 


L 0-27 


Nov. 24 at West. Md. L 3-17 


Oct 23 


Penn Mil. Coll. W 14-13 


Oct 
Nov. 


25 


Va. Poly 


L 0-6 




Oct 30 


St Johns W 27-14 


1 


at Yale 


L 0-31 


1911 (4-4-2) 

Central High L 0-14 

Tech High W 6-0 

Sept. 30 Richmond W 20-0 


Nov 6 
Nov 13 
Nov 25 


Wash. Coll W 28-13 
West Md W 51-0 
at Johns Hopkins L 0-3 
(Thanksgivmg) 


Nov 
Nov 


8 
27 


at St. Johns 
Catholic U 
West. Md 
at Johns Hopkins 
(Thanksgiving) 


W 27-0 
W 13-0 
W 20-0 
W 13-0 


Oct. 14 Fredncksburgh Coll. W 5-0 














Oct 21 Johns Hopkins L 3-6 














Oct. 28 Catholic U. T 6-6 














Nov 4 St Johns L 0-27 
Nov. 11 at Wash. Coll L 5-17 




















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27 at St. Johns W 27-14 
6 at Wash Coll. W 3-0 




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The top individual highlight of the 1907 team was a 


10-yard touchdown run by H.C. Byrd 




(holding football) against Gallaudet. 









Terpassages, 1003 Games 





















1926 (5-4-1) 
































Sept. 


25 


Wash. College W 63-0 
















OCT. 


2 


at South Carolina L 0-12 
















Oct 


9 


at Chicago L 0-21 






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Oct. 

Oct. 
Oct. 
Nov. 


16 

23 
30 
6 


at Virginia Poly L 8-24 

(Norfolk) 
North Carolina W 14-6 
Gallaudet W 38-7 
at Yale W 15-0 






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Nov. 


13 


Virginia T 6-6 


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Nov 
Nov. 


20 
25 


at Wash. 8i Lee L 0-3 
Johns Hopkins W 17-14 
(Baltimore Stadium, Thanksgiving) 






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Sept. 
Oct. 


24 

1 


1927 (4-7-0) 

Wash, College W 80-0 
South Carolina W 26-0 






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Oct. 


8 


at North Carolina L 6-7 






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Oct. 


15 


at Virginia Poly W 13-7 






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Oct. 


22 


at V.M.I. W 10-6 






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Oct. 


29 


Wash. & Lee L 6-13 






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Nov. 


5 


at Yale L 6-30 








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Nov 


12 


at Virginia L 0-21 








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Nov 


19 


at Vanderbilt L 20-39 
















Nov. 


24 


Johns Hopkins L 13-14 
(Baltimore Stadium. Thanksgiving) 












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Dec. 


3 


at Florida L 6-7 
1928 (6-3-1) 


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29 


Wash. College W 31-0 


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6 


North Carolina L 19-26 


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Oct. 
OCT. 
Oct. 


13 
20 
27 


at South Carolina L 7-21 
West Md W 13-6 
at V.M.I T 0-0 
















Curley Byrd sent the troops to New Haven and its gigantic bowl; when the team 


Nov. 


3 


at Virginia Poly L 6-9 


returned they had defeated Yale and 


went on to beat Hopkins at season's end. The latter 


Nov. 


10 


at Yale W 6-0 


victory made any year worthwhile. 










Nov. 


17 


Virginia W 18-2 
















Nov 


24 


at Wash. 8i Lee W 6-0 
















Nov. 


29 


Johns Hopkins W 26-6 






1920 (7-2-0) 








1923 (7-2-1) 






(Baltimore Stadium. Thanksgiving) 


Sept. 


25 


Randolph Macon W 


54-0 


Sept. 


29 


Randolph Macon W 53-0 






1929 (4-4-2) 


Oct. 


2 


at Rutgers L 


0-6 


Oct. 


6 


at Pennsylvania W 3-0 






Oct. 


9 


at Princeton L 


0-35 


Oct. 


13 


Richmond W 23-0 


Sept. 


27 


Wash. College W 34-7 


Oct. 


16 


Wash Coll W 


27-0 


Oct. 


20 


Virginia Poly L 9-16 


Oct. 


5 


North Carolina L 0-43 


Oct 


23 


at Virginia Poly W 


7-0 






(Griffith Stadium. Washington) 


Oct. 


12 


South Carolina L 6-26 


Oct. 


30 


at North Carolina W 


13-0 


Oct. 


27 


North Carolina W 140 


Oct 


19 


Gallaudet W 13-6 


Nov 


6 


at Catholic U W 


14-0 


Nov. 


3 


St. Johns W 28-0 


Oct. 


26 


at V M.I. L 6-7 


Nov. 


16 


at Syracuse W 


20-7 


Nov. 


10 


at Yale L 14-16 


Nov. 


2 


Virginia T 13-13 


Nov. 


25 


Johns Hopkins W 


24-7 


Nov. 


17 


at N.C. State W 26-12 


Nov. 


9 


at Yale T 13-13 






(Baltimore Stadium. Thanksgiving) 




Nov. 


24 


Catholic U. W 40-6 


Nov. 


16 


at Virginia Poly W 24-0 










Nov. 


29 


Johns Hopkins T 6-6 


Nov. 


28 


Johns Hopkms W 39-6 






1921 (3-5-1) 








(Baltimore Stadium, Thanksgiving) 






(Baltimore Stadium. Thanksgiving) 


Oct. 


1 


at Rutgers W 


3-0 








Dec. 


7 


West Md L 0-12 


Oct. 


8 


at Syracuse L 


0-42 






1924 (3-3-3) 






(Baltimore Stadium) 


Oct. 


15 


St. Johns L 


3-7 


Sept. 


27 


Wash. College W 23-0 






1930 (7-5-0) 


Oct 


22 


Virginia Poly W 


10-7 


Oct. 


4 


Wash, and Lee L 7-19 


Sept. 


27 


Wash. College W 60-6 






(Washington) 




Oct. 


11 


Richmond W 38-0 


Oct. 


4 


at Yale L 13-40 


Oct 


29 


North Carolina L 


7-16 


Oct. 


18 


at Virginia Poly L 0-12 


Oct. 


11 


at North Carolina L 21-28 






(Baltimore Stadium) 








(Central High Stadium, Washington) 


Oct. 


18 


St. Johns W 21-13 


Nov. 


5 


at Yale L 


0-28 


Oct. 


25 


at North Carolina W 6-0 


Oct. 


25 


at V.M.I. W 20-0 


Nov 


12 


at Catholic U. W 


16-0 


Nov. 


1 


at Catholic U. T 0-0 


Nov. 


1 


at Virginia W 14-6 


Nov. 


19 


at Carnegie Tech L 


0-21 


Nov. 


8 


at Yale L 0-47 


Nov. 


8 


Wash & Lee W 41-7 


Nov 


24 


N.C. State T 


6-6 


Nov 


15 


N.C. State T 0-0 


Nov. 


15 


at Virginia Poly W 13-7 






(Baltimore Stadium, Thanksgiving) 




Nov. 


27 


Johns Hopkins T 0-0 
(Baltimore Stadium. Thanksgiving) 


Nov. 
Nov. 


22 
27 


at Navy L 0-6 
Johns Hopkms W 21-0 
(Baltimore Stadium Thanksgiving) 






1922 (4-5-1) 










Nov. 


29 


at Vanderbilt L 7-22 


Sept. 


30 


3rd Army Cor. W 


7-0 






1925 (2-5-1) 


Dec. 


6 


West. Md L 0-7 






(Homewood Field) 




Sept. 


26 


Wash. College W 13-0 






(Baltimore Stadium) 


Oct. 


7 


Richmond T 


0-0 


Oct. 


10 


Rutgers W 16-0 






1931 (8-1-1) 


Oct 
Oct 


14 

21 


at Pennsylvania L 
at Princeton L 


0-12 
0-26 


Oct 


17 


(Philadelphia) 
at Virginia Poly L 0-3 


Sept. 
Oct. 


26 
3 


Wash. College W 13-0 
Virginia W 7-6 
Navy W 6-0 

(Griffith Stadium, Washington) 
Kentucky T 6-6 
at V.M.L W 24-20 


Oct 


28 


at North Carolina L 


3-27 


Oct. 


24 


at Virginia L 0-6 


Oct. 


10 


Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 


4 
11 
18 


at Virgina Poly L 
at Yale L 
at Johns Hopkins W 


0-21 

3-45 
3-0 


Oct. 
Nov. 


31 

7 


North Carolina L 0-16 

(Baltimore Stadium) 
at Yale L 14-43 


Oct. 
Oct. 


17 
24 


Nov. 


25 


at Catholic U. W 


54-0 


Nov. 


14 


Wash indLee L 3-7 


Oct 


31 


at Virginia Poly W 20-0 


Nov. 


30 


at N.C. State W 


7-6 


Nov. 


26 


Johns Hopkins T 7-7 


Nov. 


7 


at Vanderbilt L 12-39 






(Thanksgiving) 








(Baltimore Stadium. Thanksgiving) 


Nov. 
Nov. 

Dec. 


21 
26 

5 


Wash. & Lee W 13-7 
Johns Hopkins W 35-14 

(Baltimore Stadium. Thanksgiving) 
West. Md W 41-6 

(Baltimore Stadium) 



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■ mm 1 


■•-"• 










Sept. 


25 


Wash. College W 


63-0 






! 1^ 












Oct. 


1 


at Virginia L 


6-7 






™ ZPN^J 












Oct. 


8 


Virginia Poly L 


0-23 


















Oct. 


15 


at Duke L 


0-34 






fe>< v • 4P'"'" A*' 








7?T 




Oct. 


22 


St Johns W 


24-7 






■> fni 












Oct. 


29 


at V M I W 


12-7 






/- Cnvl 


■■ 










Nov. 


5 


Vanderbilt L 


0-13 






j tlLT^ 






£*frl '' 






Nov 


12 


(Griffith Stadium, Washington) 
Navy L 


7-28 






l^fs > 




\ 








(Baltimore Stadium) 








* it'- - -x'-mt Z 






m%^ Am 


^ — 




Nov. 

Nov 


19 

24 


Wash. & Lee W 

(Baltimore Stadium) 
Johns Hopkins W 


6-0 
23-0 


■ 














Dec 


3 


(Baltimore Stadium, Thanksgiving) 
West Md L 


7-39 






•* 
••.- 












(Baltimore Stadium) 




^W 
















Sept. 


30 


1933 (3-7-0) 

St Johns W 


20-0 


















j\ 




Oct. 


7 


at Virginia Poly L 


6-7 


















Oct. 


14 


at Tulane L 


0-20 






u x JnBJT 






wm^ 






Oct 


21 


at V M I. L 


13-19 








..^ 






Oct. 


28 


West. Md L 
(Baltimore Stadium) 


7-13 






t.^VM RfcuTH 




1 ' 






Nov 


4 


at Virginia L 


0-6 












^^^^^H HCfl 






Nov. 


11 


Duke L 


7-38 


















Nov. 

Nov 


18 
23 


at Johns Hopkins W 
Wash. &. Lee W 


27-7 
33-13 J 


iopki 








<v.« 






ns was gone as the big rival. Why not Georgeto 


wn 


then? After the 1935 victory in 




Dec. 


2 


Florida L 


0-19 ( 


Griffith Stadium, the loyal fans dismantle the goal posts. 










(Tampa) 






















1934 (7-3-0) 


















Sept. 


29 


St. Johns W 


13-0 






1937 (8-2-0) 






1940 (2-6-1) 




Oct 


6 


at Wash. & Lee L 


0-7 


Sept. 


25 


St. Johns W 25-0 


Sept. 


28 


Hamp-Syd. L 


6-7 


Oct. 


13 


at Navy L 


13-16 


Oct 


2 


at Pennsylvania L 21-28 


Oct. 


5 


at Pennsylvania L 


0-51 


Oct. 


20 


at Vuginia Poly W 


14-9 






(Franklin Field) 


Oct 


12 


Virginia L 


6-19 


Oct 


27 


Florida W 


21-0 


Oct 


9 


West. Md W 6-0 


Oct 


19 


at Florida L 


0-19 






(Baltimore Stadium) 




Oct 


16 


at Virginia W 3-0 


Oct 


25 


West Md W 


6-0 


Nov. 


j 


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 


Nov. 
Nov. 


9 
16 


Georgetown L 
VMI L 


0-41 
0-20 


Nov. 


17 


Indiana L 


14-17 


Nov 


6 


at V M I W 9-7 


Nov 


21 


Rutgers W 


14-7 


Nov. 


24 


Georgetown W 


6-0 


Nov. 


13 


at Penn State L 14-21 






(Baltimore Stadium, Thanksgiving) 




Nov. 


!&w 


Johns Hopkms W 
(Baltimore Stadium, Thanksgiving) 


19-0 


Nov 


20 


Georgetown W 12-2 
(Griffith Stadium, Washington) 


Nov. 


30 


Wash 8i Lee T 


7-7 


Sept. 


28 


1935 (7-2-2) 

St. Johns W 


39-6 


Nov. 


25 


Wash & Lee W 8-0 
(Baltimore Stadium. Thanksgiving) 


Sept 


27 


1941 (3-5-1) 

Hamp-Syd W 


18-0 


On. 


5 


Virginia Poly W 
(Baltimore Stadium) 


7-0 


Sept. 


24 


1938 (2-7-0) 

Richmond L 6-19 


Oct 


4 


West. Md T 
(Baltimore Stadium) 


6-6 


Oct 


12 


North Carolina L 
(Baltimore Stadium) 


33-0 


Oct 
Oct. 


1 
8 


at Penn State L 0-33 
at Syracuse L 0-53 


Oct. 


11 


Duke L 
(Baltimore Stadium) 


0-50 


Oct 


19 


at V.M.I, W 


6-0 


Oct 


15 


West. Md W 14-8 


Oct 


18 


Florida W 


13-12 


Oct 


26 


at Florida W 


20-6 






(Baltimore Stadium) 


Oct. 


25 


at Pennsylvania L 


0-55 


Nov 


2 


at Virginia W 


14-7 


Oct 


22 


Virginia L 19-27 


Nov. 


1 


at Rutgers L 


0-20 


Nov. 


9 


Indiana L 
(Baltimore Stadium) 


7-13 


Oct. 
Nov. 


29 
12 


V.M.I. L 14-47 
at Florida L 7-21 


Nov. 


8 


Georgetown L 
(Griffith Stadium. Washington) 


0-26 


Nov. 


16 


Wash & Lee T 


0-0 


Nov. 


19 


Georgetown L 7-14 


Nov 


15 


VMI L 


0-27 


Nov. 


23 


at Georgetown W 
(Griffith Stadium. Washington) 


12-6 


Nov 


24 


Wash. & Lee W 19-13 
(Baltimore Stadium, Thanksgiving) 


Nov. 


20 


Wash 8i Lee W 
(Baltimore Stadium, Thanksgiving; 


6-0 


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 


Sept. 
Oct 


26 
3 


Connecticut W 
Lakehurst NAS W 


34-0 
14-0 






1936 (6-5-0) 




Oct. 


14 


(Baltimore Stadium) 
at Virginia L 7-12 


Oct- 


10 


Rutgers W 
(Baltimore Stadium) 


2713 


Sept. 


26 


St. Johns W 


28-0 


Oct. 


21 


at Rutgers L 12-25 


Oct. 


17 


at VMI L 


0-29 


Oct. 


3 


at Virginia Poly W 


6-0 


Oct. 


28 


Florida L 0-14 


Oct. 


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) 


Oct. 


31 


Florida W 
(Griffith Stadium, Washington) 


13-0 

0-42 






(Polo Grounds, NY) 




Nov. 


18 


at VMI. L 14-47 


Nov. 


7 


at Duke L 


On. 


31 


at Florida L 


6-7 


Nov 


30 


Syracuse L 7-10 


Nov. 


14 


at Virginia W 


27-12 


Nov. 


7 


at Richmond W 


12-0 






(Thanksgivmg) 


Nov. 


21 


Wash & Lee W 


32-28 


Nov 


14 


VMI. L 


7-13 
















Nov. 


21 


Georgetown L 


6-7 
















Nov. 


26 


Wash. & Lee W 
(Baltimore Stadium, Thanksgiving 


19-6 
















Dec. 


5 


West. Md L 
(Baltimore Stadium) 


0-12 

















90 



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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 19-13 


Preseason #16 




0a 


2 


Wake Forest W 


13-7 


Oa 3 


Delaware W 4319 


Sept 29 at Wash & Lee W 


5414 


Oct 


9 


Rich Army Base W 


19-6 


Oa 10 


Richmond W 18-6 


Oct. 6 George Washington W 


33-6 


Oa 


16 


at West Vugnia L 


2-6 


Oa. 18 


at Duke L 719 


Oct 13 at Georgia W 


43-7 


Oa 


23 


Perm State L 


0-45 


Oa. 25 


at Vingina Polytechnic W 21-19 


Oct 20 North Carolina W 


14-7 


Oa 


30 


at Greenvrlle Air W 


4318 


Nov 1 


West Virginia W 27-0 


Oct 27 at Louisiana State W 


270 


Nov. 


6 


at Virginia L 


0-39 


Nov 8 


at Duquesne W 32-0 


Nov. 3 Missouri W 


350 


Nov. 


13 


Brainbridge NTS L 


0-46 


Nov 15 


North Carolina L 0-19 


Nov 10 at Navy W 


40-21 


Nov 


25 


V.M.I. 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 










Jan. 1 




Jan 2 #3 












Gator Bow/ 


Georgia T 20-20 


Sugar Bowl Tennessee W 


28-13 






1944 (1-7-1) 








Final Poll #3 




Sept. 


29 


Hamp.Syd L 


012 




1948 (6-4-0) 






Oa 


7 


at Wake Forest L 


0-39 


Sept. 25 


at Richmond W 19-0 


1952 (7-2-0) 








(Winston Salem) 




Oa. 2 


at Delaware W 21-0 


Preseason #2 




Oa 


14 


West Virginia T 


6-6 


Oct. 9 


Viiginia Polytechnic W 28-0 


Sept. 20 at Missoun W 


1310 


Oa 


21 


Michigan State L 


0-8 




(Gnffith Stadium, Washington) 


Sept 27 at Auburn W 


13-7 


Nov 


4 


Virginia L 


7-18 


Oa 16 


Duke #18 L 12-13 


Oa. 4 #3 Clemson W 


28-0 






(Gnffith Stadium. Washington) 






(Gnffith Stadium, Washington) 


Oa. 11 #4 at Georgia #19 W 


37-0 


Nov. 


11 


at Michigan State L 


0-33 


Oa. 23 


George Washington W 470 


Oa. 18 #2 Navy #20 W 


38-7 


Nov. 


18 


at Penn State L 


19-34 




(Gnffith Stadium. Washington) 


Oa. 25 #2 Louisiana State W 


34-6 


Nov. 


28 


at Flonda L 


6-14 


Oa. 29 


at Miami W 27-13 


Nov. 1 #2 at Boston University W 


34-7 


Nov 


30 


V.M.I. W 


8-6 


Nov 6 


at South Carolina W 19-7 


Nov. 15 #3 at Mississippi «11 L 


14-21 






(Roanoke. Thanksgiving) 




Nov. 13 
Nov 20 

Nov. 27 


North Carolina #6 L 20-49 
at Vanderbilt L 0-34 

(Gnffith Stadium, Washington) 
at West Virginia L 14-16 


Nov 22 #8 at Alabama #14 L 
Final Poll #13 

1953 (10-1-0) 

(ACC 3-0-0, Co-Champions) 

Pre Season #9 

Sept. 19 at Missouri W 


7-27 












■ ^ 

f 




20-6 




yuL 


»> 










Sept. 26 Wash, and Lee W 


52-0 


f "" 


s 


w ^% 




j ,, - 






Ott. 3 #3 at Clemson W 


20-0 




ff^T 't- 


X 


wJ 


• W>#^ 




Oa. 10 #4 Georgia W 


40-13 


7^ 


™ 


» 1 ""•* 






Oa. 17 #3 at North Carolina W 


26-0 


" -»*^ 


y * 




A %,* 


W '' wl - 




Oa. 23 #3 at Miami W 


30-0 


>-«• 


^^^v 


i ^„\ 


-^H 


f lr\ 


^^^ fTV 




Oct 31 #2 South Carolina W 


24-6 






J fk 4 


ry 


' 


X / S ^ff 


Nov. 7 #2 at George Washington W 


27-6 






"f ±m " 


>•* ! 




\jr^ ymf 




(Gnffith Stadium. Washington) 








^^^ 


^p \ 


I 


r *£T& s^m. 




Nov. 14 #2 Mississippi #12 W 


38-0 








Nov. 21 #2 Alabama #11 W 
Jan. 1 

Orange Bow) OWahoma '4 L 
Final Poll #1 

1954 (7-2-1) 


21-0 

0-7 


Ritchie Coliseum is in the background as the Terrapins drill their wartime foe, Richmond 




Army Base, 


at the first Byrd Stadium 


in 1943. 






(ACC 4-0-1, 2nd) 
















Pre Season #3 
















Sept. 18 at Kentucky 


24-0 














Oct. 1 #6 atU.C.L.A. H 


7-12 






1945 (6-2-1) 






1949 (9-1-0) 


Oa. 9 #13 at Wake Forest T 


1313 


Sept. 


28 


Guilford Coll W 


60-6 


Sept. 24 


at Virginia Polytechnic W 34-7 


Oa. 16 North Carolina W 


33-0 


Oa. 


e 


at Richmond W 


210 


Sept 30 


Georgetown W 33-7 


Oct. 22 at Miami #16 L 


7-9 


Oa. 


12 


US. Merch.Mar W 


22-6 


Oct 8 


at Michigan State #13 L 7-14 


Oa. 30 at South Carolina W 


20-0 


Oa. 


20 


at V P.I. L 


13-21 


Oct 22 


at N.C. State W 14-6 


Nov. 6 N.C. State W 


4214 


Oa. 


27 


at West Virginia T 


1313 


Oct 29 


South Carolina #15 W 44-7 


Nov. 13 #17 Clemson W 


16-0 


Nov 


3 


....! . L 


14-33 


Nov. 5 


George Washington W 40-14 


Nov. 20 #13 George Washington W 


48-6 


Nov. 


10 


V.M.I. W 


38-0 


Nov 12 


at Boston University W 14-13 


Nov. 25 #10 Missouri W 


74-13 


Nov 


24 


Virginia W 
(Gnffith Stadium. Washington) 


1913 


Nov 24 #15 West Virginia W 47-7 
Dec 2 #14 at Miami W 13-0 


Final Poll #8 




Dec 


1 


at South Carolina W 


19-13 


Jan 2 #14 


1955 (10-1-0) 












Gator BovW 


Missouri W 20-7 


(ACC 4-0-0, Co-Champions) 
Pre Season #5 








1946 (3-6-0) 








Sept 17 W 


13-12 


Sept 


28 


Bainbndge Naval W 


540 




1950 (7-2-1) 


Sept. 24 UCLA 


7-0 


Oa. 


4 


Richmond L 


7-37 




Preseason #15 


Oct. 1 at Baylor W 


20-6 


Oct. 


12 


at North Carolina L 


0-33 


Sept 23 


at Georgia L 7-27 


Oct. 1 Wake Forest 


28-7 


Oa 


18 


Virginia Polytechnic W 


6-0 


Sept 30 


Navy " W 35-21 


Oa. 15 at North Carolina W 


25-7 


Nov 


2 


at William & Mary L 


7-41 


0«. 7 


at Michigan State W 34-7 


Oa. 22 at Syracuse W 


34-13 


Nov. 


9 


South Carolina L 


17-21 


Oct 14 


at Georgetown W 25-14 


Oa. 29 South Carolina W 


27-0 


Nov. 


16 


Wash. & Lee W 
(Baltimore Stadium) 


24-7 




(Gnffith Stadium, Washington) 


Nov. 5 Louisiana State 


13-0 








Oct 21 


NC. State L 13-16 


Nov. 12 at Clemson 


25-12 


Nov. 


23 


at Michigan State L 


14-26 


Oct. 28 


at Duke W 26-14 


Nov. 19 George Washington 


19-0 


Nov. 


30 


at N.C. State L 


7-28 


Nov 4 


George Washington W 23-7 


Jan. 2 #3 












Nov. 11 


at North Carolina T 7-7 


Orange Bow) Oklahoma 


6-20 










Nov 18 


at West Virginia W 41-0 


Final Poll #3 












Dec 2 


Virginia Polytechnic W 63-7 







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Bob Shemonski's speed gets him into the end zone on a six yard scoring pass as the 
Terrapins take Tennessee in the 1952 Sugar Bowl. 







1956 (2-7-1) 












I960 (6-4-0) 










(ACC 2-2-1, 4th) 












(ACC 5-2-0, 3rd) 










Pre Season #6 








Sept. 


17 


at West Vuginia 


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 


L 


10-13 


On. 


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 Perm State 


L 


9-28 


Nov. 


10 


Clemson 


#11 


T 


6-6 


Nov. 


12 


at North Carolina 


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 


atS.MU. 


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 Carolina #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 


Perm 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 

1958 (4-6-0) 
(ACC 3-3-0, 5th 




W 


12-0 


Nov. 


25 


at Vuginia 

1962 (6-4-0) 
(ACC 5-20, 3rd) 


L 


16-28 


Sept 


20 


at Wake Forest 




L 


0-34 


Sept. 


22 


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 & M 




L 


10-14 


Oct. 


13 


North Carolina 


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 Carolina 


W 


13-11 


Nov. 


1 


South Carolina 




W 


10-6 


Nov. 


3 


at Perm State 


L 


7-23 


Nov. 


8 


at Navy 




L 


14-40 


Nov. 


10 


at Duke 


L 


7-10 






(Baltimore Stadium) 






Nov. 


17 


Clemson 


L 


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 


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 




L 


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 


55-12 


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 


at N C. State 


L 


13-14 


Oct. 


10 


at Duke 


L 


17-24 


Oct. 


17 


North Carolma 
(Norfolk. Va) 


W 


10-9 


Oct 


24 


Wake Forest 


L 


17-21 


Oct 


31 


at Perm 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 Carolma 


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 


Viigmia 


L 


27-33 


Dec. 


4 


Penn 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 


On. 


1 


Syracuse 


L 


7-28 


Oct. 


8 


Duke 


W 


21-19 


Oct. 


15 


West Vuginia 


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 Vuginia 


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 Carolma 


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 


Flonda 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. C. State 


L 


7-24 


Oct. 


4 


at Wake Forest 


W 


1914 


On. 


11 


Syracuse 


L 


9-20 


On 


18 


Duke 


W 


20-7 


On. 


25 


at South Carolina 


L 


017 


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 


1714 



92 



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1976 (11-1-0) 


























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Sept. 11 #13 Richmond 
Sept. 18 #10 at West Virginia 


W 
W 


31-7 
24-3 






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Sept. 26 #8 at Syracuse 


W 


42-28 








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Oct. 2 #7 Villanova 


w 


20-9 


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Oct. 9 #7 at N C. State 
Oct. 16 #5 Wake Forest 
Oct. 23 #6 at Duke 
Oct. 30 #5 Kentucky 
Nov. 6 #6 Cincinnati 


w 
w 
w 
w 
w 


16-6 
17-16 

30-3 
24-14 

21-0 




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Nov 13 #6 Clemson 
Nov 20 #6 at Virginia 
Nov. 22 #5 


w 
w 


200 
28-0 


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Nov 29 #4 








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Jan. 1 #4 








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Cotton Bowl Houston #6 


I 


21-30 


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Final Poll #8 






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1977 (8-4-0) 
(ACC 4-2-0, tie 3rd) 






Daryl Hill (25) broke the ACC color barrier in 


1963. While setting the stage for the future, 


Pre Season #10 

Sept. 10 #10 at Clemson 
Sept. 17 #11 West Virginia 


w 


21-14 


he also 


caught TD passes (7) better than anyone in league history. 




L 


16-24 
















Sept. 24 at Perm State #5 


L 


9-27 






1970 (2-9-0) 






Nov 24 Tulane #17 W 


42-9 


Oct. 1 at N. C. State 


L 


20-24 






(ACC 2-4-0, tie 6th) 






Nov. 26 #18 




On. 8 Syracuse 


W 


24-10 


Sept 


12 


VUlanova 


L 


3-21 


Dec. 3 #18 




Oct. 15 at Wake Forest 


w 


35-7 


Sept 


19 


at Duke 


L 


12-13 


Dec. 28 #18 




Oct. 22 Duke 


w 


31-13 


Sept. 


26 


North Carolina 


L 


20-53 


Peach Bow) Georgia L 


16-17 


Oct. 29 North Carolina 


L 


7-16 


Oct 


2 


at Miami 


L 


11-18 


Final Poll #20 




Nov 5 Villanova 


w 


19-13 


On. 


10 


at Syracuse 


L 


7-23 






Nov. 12 at Richmond 


w 


27-24 


Oct. 


17 


South Carolina 


W 


21-15 


1974 (8-4-0) 




Nov. 19 Virginia 


w 


28-0 


Oct. 


24 


N C State 


L 


0-6 


(ACC 6-0-0, Champions) 




Dec 22 






Oct. 


31 


(at Norfolk, Va) 
Clemson 


L 


11-24 


Pre Season #14 




Hall of Fame Minnesota 
Bowl 


w 


17-7 


Nov. 


7 


Perm State 


L 


0-34 


Sept. 14 #14 Alabama #3 L 


16-21 








Nov. 


21 


at Virginia 


W 


17-14 


Sept. 21 #14 at Florida L 
(Tampa) 


10-17 


1978 (9-3-0) 






Nov. 


28 


West Virginia 


L 


10-20 




















Sept. 28 North Carolina W 


24-12 












1971 (2-9-0) 






On. 5 at Syracuse W 
Oct. 12 Clemson W 


31-0 
41-0 


(ACC 5-1-0, 2nd) 

Sept. 9 Tulane 


w 


31-7 






(ACC 1-4-0, 7th) 






Oct. 19 #18 Wake Forest W 


47-0 


Sept. 16 #20 at Louisville 


w 


24-17 


Sept 


11 


ViUanova 


L 


13-28 


Oct. 26 #15 N C. State #17 W 


20-10 


Sept. 23 #18 at North Carolina 


w 


21-20 


Sept. 


18 


N. C State 


W 


35-7 


Nov. 2 #15 at Penn State #10 L 


17-24 


Sept. 30 #15 Kentucky 


w 


20-3 


Sept. 


25 


at North Carolina 


L 


14-35 


Nov. 9 #14 Villanova W 


41-0 


Oct. 7 #12 N. C.State 


w 


31-7 


Oct. 


2 


Wake Forest 


L 


14-18 


Nov. 16 #13 Duke W 


56-13 


Oct. 14 #10 at Syracuse 


w 


24-9 


Oct 


9 


Syracuse 


L 


13-21 


(Norfolk. Va) 




Oct. 21 #6 Wake Forest 


w 


39-0 


Oct. 


16 


at South Carolina 


L 


6-35 


Nov. 23 #11 at Virginia W 


10-0 


Oct. 28 #5 at Duke 


w 


27-0 


Oct. 


23 


at Florida 


L 


23-27 


Nov 25 #11 




Nov. 4 #5 at Penn State #2 


L 


3-27 


Oct. 


30 


V.M.I. 


W 


38-0 


Dec 2 #10 




Nov. 11 #13 at Virginia 


w 


17-7 


Nov. 


6 


at Perm State #6 


L 


27-63 


Dec. 16 #10 




Nov 18 #11 Clemson #12 


L 


24-28 


Nov. 


13 


at Clemson 


L 


14-20 


Liberty Bowl Tennessee L 


3-7 


Nov. 20 #13 






Nov. 


20 


Virginia 
1972 (5-5-1) 


L 


27-29 


Final Poll #13 




Nov. 27 #13 
Dec. 4 #13 
Dec 23 










(ACC 3-2-1, 3rd) 






1975 (9-2-1) 




Sun Bowl Texas #14 


I 


0-42 


Sept. 


9 


at N. C State 


T 


24-24 


(ACC 5-0-0, Champions) 




Final Poll #20 






Sept. 


16 


North Carolina 


L 


26-31 


Pre Season #17 










Sept 


23 


V.M.I. 


W 


28-16 


Sept. 6 #17 Villanova W 


41-0 


1979 (7-4-0) 






Sept 


30 


at Syracuse 


L 


12-16 


Sept. 13 #14 at Tennessee #20 L 


8-26 


(ACC 4-2-0, tie 2nd) 






Oct. 


7 


Wake Forest 


W 


23-0 


Sept. 20 at North Carolina W 


34-7 


Sept. 8 Villanova 


W 


24-20 


Oct 


14 


Villanova 


W 


37-7 


Sept. 27 #20 at Kentucky T 


10-10 


Sept. 15 at Clemson 


W 


19-0 


On. 


21 


Duke 


L 


14-20 


Oct. 4 Syracuse W 


24-7 


Sept. 22 Mississippi State 


W 


35-14 


Oct. 


28 


at Virginia 


W 


24-23 


Oct. 11 N. C.State W 


37-22 


Sept. 29 at Kentucky 


L 


7-14 


Nov. 


4 


at Penn State #10 


L 


16-46 


Oct. 18 #19 at Wake Forest W 


27-0 


Oct. 6 Penn State 


L 


7-27 


Nov. 


11 


Clemson 


W 


31-6 


On. 29 #18 




Oct 13 atN C.State #17 


L 


0-7 


Nov. 


18 


at Miami 


L 


8-28 


Nov. 1 #14 Penn State #9 L 


13-15 


Oct. 20 at Wake Forest 


L 


17-25 












Nov. 8 #16 at Cmcmnati W 


21-19 


Oct. 27 at Duke 


W 


27-0 






1973 (8-4-0) 






Nov. 15 at Clemson W 


22-20 


Nov. 3 North Carolina #18 


W 


17-14 






(ACC 5-1-0, 2nd) 






Nov. 22 #20 Virginia W 


62-24 


Nov. 17 Louisville 


w 


28-7 


Sept. 


15 


West Virginia 


L 


13-20 


Nov. 24 #17 




Nov 24 Virginia 


W 


17-7 


Sept. 


22 


at North Carolina 


W 


23-3 


Dec. 1 #17 










Sept. 


29 


Villanova 


W 


31-3 


Dec. 29 #17 










Oct. 


6 


Syracuse 


w 


38-0 


Gator Bowl Honda #13 W 


13-0 








On. 


13 


at N. C. State 


L 


22-24 


Final Poll #13 










Oct 


20 


at Wake Forest 


w 


37-0 












Oct 


27 


Duke 
(at Norfolk. Va) 


w 


30-10 












Nov 


3 


Penn State #6 


L 


22-42 












Nov. 


10 


Virginia 


W 


33-0 












Nov. 


17 


at Clemson 


W 


28-13 













93 



es, 1003 Games 







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) 








Sept. 6 




Villanova 


w 


7-3 


Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 


8 


Syracuse 
Vanderbilt 


L 


7-23 


Sept. 


2 


at N C. State 




L 


6-10 


Sept. 13 




Vanderbilt 


W 


31-6 


15 


L 


14-23 


Sept 


9 


West Virginia 


#17 


L 


10-14 


Sept. 20 




at West Vuginia 


w 


14-11 


22 


at West Vuginia #18 


W 


20-17 


Sept 


16 


Western Michigan 




W 


23-0 


Sept. 27 


#19 


at North Carolina #14 


L 


3-17 


Sept 
Oa. 


29 


Wake Forest 


W 


38-17 


Sept. 


23 


at Clemson 


#7 


L 


7-31 


Oct 4 




at Pittsburgh #6 


L 


9-38 


6 


at Penn State #11 


L 


24-25 


Sept. 


30 


at Michigan 


#6 


L 


21-41 


Oct 11 




Penn State #14 


L 


10-24 


Oa 


13 


N. C. State 


W 


44-21 


Oa 


7 


at Georgia Tach 




L 


24-28 


Oct. 18 




Wake Forest 


W 


11-10 


Oa. 


27 


at Duke 


W 


43-7 


Oa. 


14 


at Wake Forest 




W 


27-7 


Oct. 25 




at Duke 


W 


17-14 


Nov. 


3 


at North Carolina 


w 


34-23 


Oa 


21 


Duke 




L 


25-46 


Nov. 1 




N. C. State 


w 


24-0 


Nov. 


10 


at Miami #6 


w 


42-40 


Oa 


28 


North Carolma 




W 


38-0 


Nov. 15 
Nov. 22 




Clemson 
at Virginia 


w 
w 


34-7 
31-0 


Nov 


17 


Clemson #20 
(Baltimore Stadium) 


w 


41-23 


Nov 


11 


Penn State #13 
(Balttmore Stadium) 


T 


13-13 


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 


















1981 (4-6-1) 




















1990 (6-5-1) 












(ACC 4-2-0, 3rd) 










1985 (9-3-0) 










(ACC 4-3, 4th) 








Sept. 12 




at Vanderbilt 


L 


17-23 






(ACC 6-0-0, Champions) 






Sept. 


1 


Virginia Tech 




W 


20-13 


Sept 19 




West Virginia 


L 


13-17 


Sept. 


7 


#7 Penn State #19 


L 


18-20 


Sept. 


8 


West Virginia 


#25 


W 


14-10 


Sept. 26 




at N. C. State 


W 


34-9 


Sept. 


14 


#17 at Boston College 


W 


31-13 


Sept 


15 


Clemson 


#16 


L 


17-18 


Oct 3 
Oa. 10 




Syracuse 
at Florida 


T 
L 


17-17 
10-15 


Sept 
Sept. 


21 
28 


#17 West Virginia 

#17 at Michigan #12 


W 

L 


28-0 
0-20 


Sept. 


22 


(Baltimore Stadium) 
N.C State 


W 


13-12 


Oct. 17 




at Wake Forest 


W 


45-33 


Oa 


5 


at N. C. State 


W 


31-17 


Sept. 


29 


at Michigan 


#6 


L 


17-45 


Oa. 24 




Duke 


W 


24-21 


Oa 


19 


at Wake Forest 


W 


26-3 


Oa. 


6 


Geoigia Tech 


#23 


L 


3-31 


Oa 31 




North Carolina #9 


L 


10-17 


Oa 


26 


Duke 


W 


40-10 


Oa 


13 


Wake Forest 




W 


41-13 


Nov. 7 




at Tulane 


L 


7-14 


Nov 


2 


North Carolina 


W 


28-10 


Oa 


20 


at Duke 




W 


23-20 


Nov. 14 




at Clemson 


L 


7-21 


Nov. 


9 


Miami #8 


L 


22-29 


Oa. 


27 


at North Carolina 




L 


10-34 


Nov. 21 




Virginia 


W 


48-7 






(Baltimore Stadium) 






Nov 


10 


at Penn State 


#18 


L 


10-24 












Nov. 


16 


at Clemson 


W 


34-31 


Nov 


17 


at Virginia 


#8 


W 


35-30 






1982 (8-4-0) 






Nov 


29 


Virginia 


L 


33-21 


Dec. 


15 


at Louisiana Tech 




T 


34-34 


Sept 11 




(ACC 5-1-0, 2nd) 

at Penn State #7 


L 


31-39 


Dec 21 

Cherry Bowl Syracuse 


W 


35-18 






1991 (2-9-0) 
ACC (2-5) 








Sept. 18 




at West Virginia #17 


L 


18-19 






















Sept. 25 




N C State 


W 


23-6 






1986 (5-5-1) 






Sept. 


7 


Virginia 




W 


17-6 


Oa. 2 




at Syracuse 


W 


26-3 






(ACC 2-3-1, 5th) 






Sept. 


14 


Syracuse 


#22 


L 


17-31 


Oa 9 




Indiana State 


W 


38-0 


Sept. 


1 


at Pittsburgh 


W 


10-7 


Sept. 


21 


West Virginia 




L 


7-37 


Oa 16 




Wake Forest 


w 


52-31 


Sept 


13 


Vanderbilt 


w 


35-21 


Oa 


5 


at Pittsburgh 


#17 


L 


20-24 


Oa. 23 




Duke 


w 


49-22 


Sept 


20 


at West Virginia 


w 


24-3 


Oa 


12 


at Georgia Tech 




L 


10-34 


Oa 30 




at North Carolina #10 


w 


31-24 


Sept 


27 


N. C State 


L 


16-28 


Oa 


19 


at Wake Forest 




W 


23-22 


Nov 7 


#19 


Miami 


w 


18-17 


Oa. 


11 


Boston College 


L 


25-30 


Oa 


26 


at Duke 




L 


13-17 


Nov 13 


#18 


Clemson #11 


L 


22-24 


Oct. 


18 


Wake Forest 


L 


21-27 


Nov 


2 


at North Carolma 




L 


0-34 


Nov. 20 


#19 


at Vugirua 


w 


45-14 


Oa 


25 


at Duke 


w 


27-19 


Nov. 


9 


Penn State 


#9 


L 


7-47 


Nov 22 


#16 








Nov. 


1 


at North Carolina 


L 


30-32 






(Baltimore Stadium) 






Nov. 29 


M7 








Nov 


8 


at Penn State #2 


L 


15-17 


Nov. 


16 


at Clemson 


#16 


L 


7-40 


Dec 6 


#16 








Nov. 


15 


Clemson #15 


T 


17-17 


Nov 


23 


at N.C. State 


#22 


L 


23-20 


Dec 25 


#16 












(Baltimore Stadium) 


















Aloha Bowl 




Washington #9 


L 


20-21 


Nov 


28 


at Virginia 


W 


42-10 






1992 (3-8-0) 








Final Pott #20 






















ACC (2-6) 






















1987 (4-7-0) 






Sept. 


5 


at Vugmia 


#25 


L 


15-28 






1983 (8-4-0) 










(ACC 3-3-0, 5th) 






Sept. 


12 


N.C State 


#18 


L 


10-14 










Sept. 


5 


at Syracuse 


L 


11-25 


Sept. 


19 


at West Vugmia 




L 


33-34 




(ACC 5-1-0, Champions) 






Sept. 


12 


Virginia 


W 


21-19 


Sept. 


26 


at Penn State 


#9 


L 


13-49 






Pre Season #17 






Sept. 


19 


West Vuginia 


W 


25-20 


Oa 


3 


Pittsburgh 




W 


47-34 


Sept. 10 


#17 


at Vanderbilt 


W 


21-14 


Sept. 


26 


at N. C. State 


L 


14-42 


Oa 


10 


Georgia Tech 


#17 


L 


26-28 


Sept. 17 


#17 


West Virginia 


L 


21-31 


Oa 


10 


at Miami #3 


L 


16-46 


Oa 


17 


Wake Forest 




L 


23-30 


Sept. 24 




Pittsburgh 


W 


13-7 


Oa. 


17 


at Wake Forest 


W 


14-0 


Oa. 


24 


at Duke 




W 


27-25 


Oa. 1 


#19 


Virginia 


W 


23-3 


Oa. 


24 


Duke 


W 


23-22 


Oa. 


31 


North Carolma 


#22 


L 


24-31 


Oa. 8 


#16 


Syracuse 


W 


34-13 


Oa 


31 


North Carolma 


L 


14-27 


Nov 


7 


at Florida State 


#6 


L 


21-69 


Oct. 15 


#16 


at Wake Forest 


W 


36-33 


Nov. 


7 


Penn State #16 


L 


16-21 


Nov 


14 


Clemson 




W 


53-23 


Oa. 22 


#15 


Duke 


W 


38-3 






(Baltimore Stadium) 


















Oa. 29 


#13 


North Carolina 


W 


28-26 


Nov. 


14 


at Clemson #9 


L 


16-45 






1993 (2-9-0) 








Nov 5 


#7 


at Auburn 


L 


23-35 


Nov 


21 


at Vanderbilt 


L 


24-34 






ACC (2-6) 








Nov. 12 


#11 


at Clemson 


L 


27-52 












Sept. 
Sept. 


4 


Virginia 

at North Carolma 




L 


29-43 


Nov 19 


#20 


at N. C. State 


W 


29-6 






1988 (5-6-0) 






11 


#15 


L 


42-59 


Nov 21 


#17 












(ACC 4-3-0, tie 4th) 






Sept. 


18 


West Virginia 


#24 


L 


37-42 


Nov. 28 


#16 








Sept. 


3 


Louisville 


W 


27-16 


Sept. 


25 


at Virginia Tech 




L 


28-55 


Dec. 5 
Dec 17 


#16 








Sept. 


17 


at West Virginia #12 


L 


24-55 


Oa. 


2 


Penn State 


#8 


L 


7-70 










Sept. 


24 


N C State 


W 


30-26 


Oa. 


9 


at Georgia Tech 




L 


0-38 


Citrus Bow 




Tennessee 


L 


23-30 


Oa. 


1 


at Syracuse 


L 


9-20 


Oa. 


16 


Duke 




W 


26-18 












Oa. 


8 


Georgia Tech 


W 


13-8 


Oa. 


30 


at Clemson 




L 


0-29 












Oa. 


15 


Wake Forest 


L 


24-27 


Nov. 


6 


Flonda State 


#1 


L 


20-49 














Oa. 


22 


at Duke 


W 


34-24 


Nov. 


13 


at N. C. State 




L 


21-44 
















1950s 




67-31 




.683 


Oa. 
Nov 


29 

5 


at North Carolina 
at Penn State 


W 
L 


41-38 
10-17 


Nov. 


20 


at Wake Forest 




W 


33-32 




1960s 




40-59-0 




.404 


Nov 
Nov. 


12 
19 


Clemson #16 
at Virginia 


L 
L 


25-49 
23-24 
















1970s 




69-45-2 




.605 


























1980s 




63-49-3 




.563 


























: mt 




13-31-1 




.295 





































94 



Terp Hall of 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 letterwmner 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, havmg 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 

held, 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. 




^ 




This year's football entrants into the Hill of Fame were Chet 
Hanulak and Mike Sandusky. 



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. Ellinger '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. Norns '32, football, 

basketball, lacrosse 
'Edwin E. Powell '13, lacrosse 
'Gordon S. Pugh '32, lacrosse 
Jack C Scarbath '52, football, 

lacrosse 
'Gerald "Smtz" Snyder '29, football. 

lacrosse 
•James M. Tatum, football coach 
Reginald Van Trump Tmitt '14. 

lacrosse, coach 
Robert Ward '52. football, coach 
Albert W. Woods 33. football, coach 



1985 Inductees 

Frank H. Cromn '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 Edwm 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. Rrajovic '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 
Emest 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. nfle 
Raymond Krouse '50. football 
Richard Modzelewski 53, football 
Dr. Vincent Palumbo '55, boxing 

1994 Inductees 

William Hubbell '52, lacrosse 
'Robert C. James '47. football, track 

and field, basketball 
•Alfred J. "Duke" Wyre 1947-67, 

Head Trainer 



•Deceased 



95 



| Terpacesetters, Rushing, Scoring Leaders 


Rushing 






Scoring 








Year 




Rushes Yards 


Year 


TD Xpts 


FG 


Pts 


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 Hannigan 


17 


5 


56 


1962 


Len Chiavermi 


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 Fitzpatrick 


3 2 





20 


1970 


Art Seymore 


221 981 


1970 Robert Tucker 


3 





18 


1971 


Monte Hinkle 


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 


Alvin 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 


Alvin Blount 


171 828 


1984 Rick Badanjek 


16 3 





102 


1986 


Alvm 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 


1993 


Mark Mason 


158 616 


1992 David DeArmas 


28 


10 


58 










1993 Jermaine Lewis 


7 





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Mark Mason 


in the end quietly led the Terrapins in rushing the 




Bernardo Bramson was a curiosi 


y in the mid-60's — 


imagine 




last three years — despite injury. 




someone kicking a football from the side, like a soccer ball! He led 








the Terp's in scoring. When was 


the last time the Terps didn' 


t 








have a soccer-style kicker. 









96 











Terpacesetters. 


Kiel 


kofff and 


Punt Ret 


urn Lead 


ere 




m 








Kickott Return Average (minimum two) 






Punt Return Average (minimum two) 






Year 




No. 


Yds. 


Avg. 


Year 




No. 


Yds. 


Avg. 


1947 


Lou Gambino 


7 


174 


24.9 


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 


1960 


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 


11 


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 


11 


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 Atkms 


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 Hams 


30 


154 


5.1 


1991 


Doug Lawrence 


12 


245 


20.4 


1993 


Orlando Strozier 


132 


10.2 


1992 


Jermame Lewis 


10 


268 


26.8 












1993 


Allen Williams 


30 


621 


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esetters, Passing Leaders 



Passing 

Year Att Comp Yds TD 

1947 VicTuryn 59 32 504 6 

1948 VicTuryn 111 45 595 10 

1949 Stan Lavine 65 35 554 6 

1950 Jack Scarbath 80 32 463 4 

1951 Jack Scarbath 67 34 675 8 

1952 Jack Scarbath 113 59 1149 10 

1953 BemieFaloney 68 31 599 5 

1954 Charlie Boxold 59 23 525 6 

1955 Frank Tamburello 58 28 497 4 

1956 John Fntsch 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 PhilPetry 162 73 809 5 

1965 PhilPetry 135 65 763 3 

1966 Alan Pastrana 195 102 1499 17 

1967 Chuck Drimal 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 BobAvellim 170 98 1251 7 

1973 Al Neville 92 51 554 4 

1974 BobAvellini 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 TimO'Hare 192 105 1388 4 

1979 MikeTice 154 75 897 5 

1980 MikeTice 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 StanGelbaugh 311 166 2475 15 

1986 DanHenmng 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 JohnKaleo 482 286 3392 17 

1993 Scott MUanovich 431 279 3499 26 




Coach Jim Tatum tutored Lynn Beightol. 




Scott Zolak: led the Terps to the 1990 Independence Bowl on his 
way to joining Maryland's long list of NFL quarterbacks as he 
was selected in 1991 by the New England Patriots. 



98 



Terpacesetters, Receiving Leaders 




Lou Weidensaul caught Jack Scarbath's passes often enough to 
lead the 1951 Terrapins in receiving. 




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Receiving 








Year 




Rec 


Yards 


TD 


1947 


Elmer Wingate 


12 


145 


3 


1948 


Elmer Wingate 


9 


32 


3 


1949 


Stan Karnash 


16 


245 


2 


1950 


Pete Augsberger 


25 


422 


2 


1951 


Lou Weidensaul 


18 


249 


4 


1952 


Lloyd Colteryahn 


32 


593 


4 


1953 


Chet Hanulak 


10 


152 





1954 


Bill Walker 


13 


209 


1 


1955 


Jack Healy 


10 


182 


2 




Howie Dare 


10 


74 


3 


1956 


Bill Turner 


7 


74 





1957 


Ed Cooke 


14 


137 





1958 


Ben Scotti 


18 


282 


1 




Ron Shaffer 


18 


141 


1 


1959 


Gary Collins 


14 


350 


4 


1960 


Gary Collins 


30 


404 


4 


1961 


Gary Collins 


30 


428 


4 


1962 


Tom Brown 


47 


557 


4 


1963 


Darryl Hill 


43 


516 


7 


1964 


Dick Absher 


22 


268 


1 


1965 


Dick Absher 


33 


382 


1 


1966 


Billy Van Heusen 


25 


536 


7 


1967 


Rick Carlson 


24 


309 


2 


1968 


Bernard Demczuk 


23 


215 





1969 


Roland Merntt 


19 


499 


2 


1970 


Don Rathff 


26 


242 





1971 


Dan Bungon 


32 


490 


8 




Dennis O'Hara 


32 


423 


2 


1972 


Don Rathff 


36 


515 


6 


1973 


Frank Russell 


39 


468 


3 


1974 


Frank Russell 


31 


404 





1975 


Kim Hoover 


38 


532 


5 


1976 


Charles White 


23 


402 


4 


1977 


Eugene Kinney 


32 


505 





1978 


Dean Richards 


35 


575 


1 


1979 


Jan Cannci 


30 


275 


1 


1980 


Chris Havener 


29 


436 


3 


1981 


John Tice 


31 


353 


4 


1982 


John Tice 


34 


396 


1 


1983 


Russell Davis 


29 


465 


1 


1984 


Greg Hill 


51 


820 


4 


1985 


Azizuddm Abdur-Ra'oof 


35 


671 


4 


1986 


James Milling 


33 


650 


6 


1987 


Bren Lowery 


44 


252 


2 


1988 


Vernon Joines 


29 


433 


2 


1989 


Barry Johnson 


43 


689 


6 


1990 


Frank Wycheck 


58 


509 


1 


1991 


Frank Wycheck 


45 


438 


1 


1992 


Marcus Badgett 


75 


1240 


9 


1993 


Jermame Lewis 


52 


957 


7 



Gary Collins: receiver or kicker, no matter the pose, he was 
consensus All-America. 



99 



esetters, Tackling, Interception Leaders 



Tackles 






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 


Kevin 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 


1993 


Ratcliff Thomas 


106 


1963 Ernie Arizzi 


4 


98 








1964 Bob Sullivan 


3 











1965 Bob Sullivan 


10 


61 








1966 John Hetrick 


4 


28 








1967 Wally Stamaker 

1968 Wally Stamaker 


4 


67 




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10 




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51 




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2 


16 




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22 




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1971 Larry Marshall 


6 


131 






1972 Bob Smith 


7 


24 




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1973 Jim Brechbiel 


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51 


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55 


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94 


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45 


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1979 Ralph Lary 


7 


102 


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1980 Lloyd Burruss 


3 


34 




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Howard Eubanks 


3 


8 


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1981 Lendell Jones 


4 


15 






Howard Eubanks 


4 


5 








1982 Lendell Jones 


7 


48 








1983 Clarence Baldwin 


7 


5 








1984 Eric Wilson 


2 


30 








Chuck Faucette 


2 


11 








1985 Keeta Covington 


6 


94 








1986 Chuck Faucette 


3 


25 








Chad Sydnor 


3 


18 








1987 J.B. Brown 


4 


71 


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1988 J.B. Brown 


2 


22 








Irvin Smith 


2 


86 








Matt D'Amico 


2 


16 








Glenn Page 


2 


22 








1989 Eddie Tomlin 


3 


120 








Michael Hollis 


3 


16 




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1990 Michael Hollis 


3 











1991 Andre Vaughn 


2 


30 








1992 Mike Jamolowich 


2 


24 








Scott Rosen 


2 


2 








Gene Green 


2 


1 








1993 Orlando Strozier 


4 


63 


Brad Can ran down 


the opposition. 





100 



Terprolific, Team Records 



SCORING 

Most Total Points Scored by Both Teams 

Game 101, September 11, 1993; Maryland 42, North Carolina 59 

Largest Margin of Victory 

Game 80. September 24, 1927; Maryland 80, Washington College 

Largest Margin of 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 479 in 11 regular season games, 1993 

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 20, 1993 (5 by Scott Milanovich) 

5, September 18, 1993 (5 by Scott Milanovich) 

5, September 11, 1993 (5 by Scott Milanovich) 

5, November 14, 1992 (5 by John Kaleo) 

5, September 6, 1975 (4 by Mark Manges, 1 by Larry Dick) 

Season 27 in 11 regular season games, 1993 

Most Touchdowns Scored Passing by Opponents 

Game 5. November 11. 1993 by Florida State (5 by Danny Kanell) 

Season 23 in 11 regular season games. 1992 
23 in 11 regular season games, 1993 




The Boys of Autumn: The 1951 Terrapins scored the school record 
of 51 TDs. At the Sugar Bowl following the season, Chet Hanulak 
(22), Joe Homing (11), Bob Ward (28), Jack Scarbath (52), and Lou 
Weidensaul (69) watched. 



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, Missoun 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 passmg) 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 passmg) 

Season 5131 m 11 regular season games, 1992 (1503 rushing, 3628 passmg) 

Fewest Total Yards Gained 

Game 29, October 3, 1959, vs Syracuse 

Season 2228 in nme 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 6,083 m 11 regular season games, 1993 (3490 rushing, 2593 passmg) 

Fewest Yards Gained Rushing and Passing by Opponents 

Season 1,691 m 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 m nme 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 3,490 in 11 regular season games, 1993 
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 



101 



rolific, Team Records 



PASSING 

Most Yards Gained Passing 

Game 471, September 18, 1993, vs West Virginia (37-42) 

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 38, November 20, 1993, vs Wake Forest 

Season 304 in 11 regular season games, 1992 
Best Completion Percentage (Minimum 10 attempts) 
Game 824, November 24, 1973, vs Tulane (14 completions, 17 attempts) 
Season 639 in 11 regular season games, 1993 (302 completions, 

473 attempts) 

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 m 10 regular season games, 1957 (early records incomplete) 
Best Passing Percentage by Opponents 

Season .611 m 11 regular season games, 1988 (204 completions, 
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 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) 

Season 88 in 10 regular season games, 1956 

Fewest Yards Gained Passing 

Game 0, November 11, 1944, vs Michigan State 

0, November 20, 1948, vs Vanderbilt 
0, November 3, 1951, vs Missouri 

Season 813 in 10 regular season games, 1966 

Fewest Passes Completed 

Game 0, November 11, 1944, vs Michigan State (1 attempt) 

0, November 20, 1948, vs Vanderbilt (12 attempts) 
0, November 3, 1951, vs Missouri (3 attempts) 

Season 44 m 10 regular season games, 1954 

Most First Downs Passing 

Game 19, November 20, 1993 vs. Wake Forest 

19, October 16, 1993 vs. Duke 
19, September 18, 1993 vs. West Virginia 
19, September 26, 1992, vs Perm State 

Season 165 in 11 regular season games, 1992 

Fewest First Downs Passing 

Game 0, 13 times, last time - October 4, 1969, vs Wake Forest 

Season 29 in 10 regular season games, 1951 
29 in 10 regular season games, 1956 

PUNTING 

Most Punts 

Game 14, October 16, 1937, vs Virginia 

14, October 25, 1940, vs Western Maryland 
Season 90 in 11 regulc season games, 1991 
Most Total Yards Punting 

Game 510, October 24, 1936. vs Syracuse (10 punts) 
Season 3.615 m 11 regular season games, 1991 



Best Punting Average 

Game 52.7 yards, November 13, 1993, vs North Carolina State 

(211 yards, 4 punts) 
Season 42.8 yards in 11 regular season games, 1993 (53 punts) 
Most Punts by Opponents 
Season 94 in 11 regular season games, 1979 
Fewest Punts 

Game 0, November 15, 1975, vs Virginia 

Season 37 m 10 regular season games, 1953 

FIRST DOWNS 

Most Total First Downs 

Game 35, November 22, 1975, vs Virginia 

35, November 17, 1984, vs Clemson 
Season 288 in 11 regular season games, 1992 (106 rushing, 165 passing, 

17 penalty) 
Most First Downs by Opponent 
Season 281 in 11 regular season games, 1993 (156 rushing, 104 passing, 

21 penalty) 
Fewest Total First Downs 

Game 1, November 11, 1944, vs Michigan State 

Season 114 in 10 regular season games, 1966 
Fewest Total First Downs by Opponents 
Game 1, October 20, 1973, by Wake Forest (passing) 

Season 88 in nine regular season games. 1952 

INTERCEPTIONS 

Most Passes Intercepted 

Game 7, October 13, 1951, vs Georgia 

Season 38 in 10 games (including Sugar Bowl on January 1, 1952) 

34 in nine regular season games, 1951 
Most Passes Had Intercepted 
Game 6, October 25, 1941, vs Pennsylvania 

Season 23 in 10 regular season games, 1948 

23 in 11 regular season games, 1992 




Coach Duffner saw both his Terrapins and North Carolina race up 
and down Kenan Stadium a year ago. When the scoreboard 
totaled the points, 90 had been scored to tie the record. 



102 



Terprolific, Team Records 



PENALTIES 

Most Penalties 

Game 18, December 2. 1950, vs Virginia Tech 

Season 88 in 11 regular season games, 1982 
88 in 11 regular season games, 1985 

Most Yards Penalized 

Game 147, October 23, 1982, vs Duke 

Season 851 in 11 regular season games. 1982 

Fewest Penalties 

Game 0, October 11, 1941 vs Duke 

Season 38 in nine regular season games, 1967 

Most Penalties by Opponents 

Game 15, November 15, 1957, vs Miami (Fla.) 

Season 99 m 11 regular season games, 1992 

Most Yards Opponents Penalized 

Game 136, September 11, 1982, by Perm State 

Season 929 in 11 regular season games, 1992 

Fewest Penalties by Opponents 

Game 0, October 9, 1937, by Western Maryland 

0, October 7, 1939, by Western Maryland 
0, October 28, 1939, by Florida 
0, November 20, 1941, by Washington & Lee 
0, November 3, 1945. by William & Mary 
0. October 31, 1953. by South Carolina 

Season 31 in 10 games, 1951 

Fewest Yards Opponents Penalized 

Game 0, Numerous Times 

Season 263 in 10 games. 1951 

FUMBLES 

Most Fumbles 

Game 8. October 11, 1952, vs Georgia (lost 2) 

Season 44 in 10 regular season games. 1950 (lost 22) 



Most Opponents' Fumbles 

Game 8, September 27, 1947, by South Carolrna 

8, November 14, 1953. by Mississippi 
Season 40 in 10 regular season games, 1960 (Maryland recovered 19) 
40 in 1 1 regular season games, 1971 (Maryland recovered 22) 
Fewest Fumbles 

Game vs numerous opponents 

Season 11 in 11 regular season games, 1991 (Lost 5) 
Most Fumbles Lost 

Game 6, November 15, 1947, vs North Carolina 

Season 24 in 10 regular season games, 1953 
Most Opponents' Fumbles Recovered 
Game 5, January 2, 1950 in Gator Bowl, vs Missouri 

5, November 18, 1950, vs West Virginia 

5, November 12. 1960, vs North Carolina 
Season 23 m 1 1 regular season games. 1970 

COMEBACKS 

NCAA: Most Pomts Coming From Behind to Win 

Terps trailed Miami (Fla). 31-0 at halftime on November 10, 1984, and came 
back to win 42-40. Maryland trailed by more than 28 pomts and won the 
game - called the greatest comeback m NCAA history. 

VICTORIES 

Best Season 

1976 Won 11, Lost 0, regular season 

lost to Houston 30-21 in the Cotton Bowl for 11-1 
Worst Season 

1967 Won 0, Lost 9 

ATTENDANCE 

Average Attendance Per Home Game 

46,403 m 1983 in 6 games (old mark, 45,657 in 5 games in 1975) 

Average Attendance All Games 

48.255 in 1983 in 11 games (old mark. 44.636 in 12 games in 1976) 




Byrd Stadium was packed and muddy when the Terrapins hosted Red Sander's mighty single-wing UCLA team in a battle for Number 
One inl955. That day the defense held the Bruins to a -21 yards rushing, the school record. 



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SCORING 

Most Points Scored 

Season 102 by Rick Badanjek, 1984 (11 Games) 

Career 308 Kicking by Jess Atkinson, 1981-84 (128 PAT's, 60 FG) 

286 Run & Pass by Rick Badanjek, 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 Badanjek, 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 Badanjek, 1984 (11 games) 
Career 48 by Rick Badanjek, 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 m 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) 




Rick Badanjek's 1984 season ranks as the best scoring 
performance by an individual in school history. 



Most Touchdown Passes Caught 

Game 3 by James Milling, November 1, 1986, vs North Carolina 

3 by Jermaine Lewis, September 18, 1993 vs West Virginia 
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 29 by Scott Milanovich, 1993 (26 passing, 3 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 Atkmson, 1984 
Career 308 by Jess Atkmson, 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) 

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 24.0 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 



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Most Yards Gained on Pass Receptions 



John Kaleo: His 1992 season still ranks as the most prolific total 
offense season in school history. 



PASSING 

Most Passes Attempted 

Game 58 by John Kaleo, October 31, 1992. vs North Carolina 

Season 482 by John Kaleo, 1992 

Career 850 by Boomer Esiason, 1981-83 

Most Passes Completed 

Game 38 by Scott Milanovich, November 20. 1993. vs Wake Forest 

Season 302 by Scott Milanovich, 1993 

Career 461 by Boomer Esiason, 1981-83 

Most Yards Gained Passing 

Game 498 by Scott Milanovich, September 25, 1993, vs Virginia Tech 

Season 3,499 by Scott Milanovich. 1993 

Career 6.259 by Boomer Esiason, 1981-83 

Best Completion Percentage 

Game .909 by Bob AveUini, November 16, 1974, vs Duke (10 of 11) 
(minimum 10 attempts) 

Season .647 by Scott Milanovich. 1993 (279-431) 

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 Scott Milanovich. November 20. 1993. vs Wake Forest 

5 by Scott Milanovich. September 18. 1993. vs West Virginia 
5 by Scott Milanovich. September 11. 1993. vs North Carolina 
5 by John Kaleo. November 14. 1992, vs Clemson 

Season 26 by Scott Milanovich. 1993 

Career 42 by Boomer Esiason. 1981-83 

Most Passes Caught 

Game 14 by Russ Weaver. November 20, 1993. vs Wake Forest 

14 by Frank Wycheck. September 1, 1990, vs Virginia Tech 

Season 75 by Marcus Badgett. 1992 

Career 134 by Frank Wycheck. 1990-1992 



251 by Marcus Badgett, October 3, 1992, vs Pittsburgh 
(11 receptions) 

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) 

1.895 by Azizuddin Abdur-Ra'oof. 1984-87 (108 receptions) 



Game 



Season 



Career 

Most Passes Had Intercepted 

Game 4 by Scott Milanovich, October 2, 1993, vs Perm State 

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 

Season 22 by John Kaleo, 1992 

Most Passes Intercepted 

Game 4 by Lendell Jones, October 23, 1982, vs Duke 

Season 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 

92 yards by Stan Lavme to Ed Bolton, October 29, 1949, vs 
South Carolina 

Longest Non-Scoring Pass and Run 

78 yards, Scott Milanovich to Jermaine Lewis, September 11, 
1993, 

vs North Carolina 
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 m 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 Azizuddin 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 Bui 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 43.8 mil regular season games, by Scott Milanovich, 1993 
Career 41.8 by Bui Walker. 1953-55 
Longest Punt 

88 yards by John Fntsch, October 12. 1956. vs Miami 
Note: "Untz" Brooke Brewer had a 93-yard punt vs VMI, 1916, but records are 
incomplete. Kick may have been measured from point of kick, not horn line of 
scrimmage. 
Longest Punt by Opponent 

84 yards by Charlie "Choo Choo" Justice of North Carolina, 
November 13. 1948 



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Willie Joyner's 1982 game vs. Carolina is the school record for 
rushing yards. 

PUNT RETURNS 

Most Punt Returns 

Game 8 by Larry Marshall, September 11, 1971, vs Villanova (141 yards) 

Season 40 by Bob Smith in 11 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 m 11 games, 1973 (40 returns) 

Best Punt Return Average 

Season 24.5 by Tom Brown, 1961 (8 Returns) 

Longest Punt Return For a Touchdown 

90 yards by Dick Nolan. October 3, 1953, vs Clemson 
Longest Punt Return 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 Penn State (159 yards) 

Season 34 by Bren Lowery, 1988 (702 yards, 11 games) 

Most Yards Gained on Kickoff Returns 

Game 182 by Allen Williams. October 2, 1993, vs Penn State 

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 rstumec, to nine yard line, then 
lateraled to Condie who returned 31 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 Hanmgan, 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 

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 




Dan DeArmas' loot was used often during his four-year career of 
punting and place kicking. His left foot left its impression on the 
Terrapin record book. 



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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 
homecoming 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 
m 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 
Georgia Tech. It was Lewis' first 
career touchdown and tied the game 
at seven in the first quarter. The 
Yellow Jackets won in Byrd Stadium. 
28-26. 

PUNT RETURNED FOR A 
TOUCHDOWN - Sept 9, 1978. Lloyd 
Burruss returned a punt 47 yards for 
a touchdown m 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 
touchdown 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 
quarterback Shawn Jones causing 
Jones to fumble the ball into the 
endzone. Michael Cheever recovered 
the ball in the endzone for Tech, 
whrch was then ruled a safety for 
Maryland. Georgia Tech won the 
game. 28-26. 

RECOVERED TWO FUMBLES IN 
ONE CAME - Sept. 4, 1993. Orlando 
Strozier recovered fumbles on back 
to back Virginia possessions in the 
fust quarter. Virginia won the game 
43-29 at Byrd Stadium. 

SHUTOUT AN OPPONENT - Oct. 28. 
1989 Maryland blanked North 
Carolina, 38-0. for the Terps' largest 
winning margin smce the 1983 
season. The shutout win was the 
Terps' largest smce a 28-0 victory 
over West Virginia during the 1985 
season. The Terp defense forced the 
Tar Heels mto nine 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 - Sept 18, 1993. Jermaine 
Lewis scored three times versus West 
Virginia. The first touchdown was on 
an 80 yard pass play from Scott 
Milanovich at 6:41 in the first quarter. 
The second was on a 3 yard pass 
from Scott Milanovich at 2:14 m the 
second quarter. The third was a 35 
yard pass again from Scott Milanovich 
with 7:49 left in the fourth quarter. 
West Virginia won the game 42-37. 

TWO TOUCHDOWNS IN ONE GAME 

■ Nov. 20, 1993. Jason Kremus scored 
on 16 and 29 yard pass plays from 
Scott Milanovich m a 33-32 win 
versus Wake Forest. 

MISSED A POINT AFTER 
TOUCHDOWN - Nov 6, 1993 versus 
Florida State. Kicker John Milligan 
missed a PAT after a Kevin Foley 1 
yard rush. The Sermnoles won the 
game 49-20 at Byrd Stadium. 

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 lacked 
three field goals despite a driving ram 
storm during Maryland's 23-0 victory 
over Western Michigan. 

FOUR FIELD GOALS IN ONE GAME - 
Oct. 16, 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 m a 35-14 victory over 
Mississippi m Byrd 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 
Stadium. 

BLOCKED PUNT RETURNED FOR A 
TOUCHDOWN -Oct 31, 1987. Norris 
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 win over the 
Terps. 

PUNT RETURNED FOR A 
TOUCHDOWN - 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 scormg for the day. 

INTERCEPTION RETURNED FOR A 
TOUCHDOWN - Oct. 21, 1989. 
Syracuse lmebacker John Lusardi 
intercepted a John Kaleo pass m the 
endzone for an touchdown. The 
mterception and ensuing score put 
Syracuse up 21-14: the Orange never 
trailed after that. Syracuse won the 
game, 31-17, m Byrd Stadium. 

RECORDED A SAFETY AGAINST 
MARYLAND - Oct. 2, 1993 versus 
Perm State. The snap to Scott 
Milanovich in the endzone goes 
wide and Penn State records a 
safety. 

SHUTOUT MARYLAND - Oct 30, 
1993 Maryland was shutout at 
Clemson 29-0. 

THREE TOUCHDOWNS IN ONE 
GAME - Nov. 20. 1993. John Leach 
of Wake Forest scored three times. 
The first time on a 1 yard rush with 
4:39 left in the first quarter. The 
second was on a 1 yard rush with 
10:09 left in the half. The thud 
touchdown was on a 23 yard rush 
with 10: 12 left in the third quarter. 
Maryland went on to win the contest 
33-32. 

TWO TOUCHDOWNS IN ONE GAME 
- Nov. 6. 1993 versus Florida State. It 
was done by Kevin Knox and Sean 
Jackson. Knox scored on 10 and 33 
yard passes. Jackson scored on a 15 
yard pass from Danny Kannell and 
also on a 19 yard run. Florida State 
went on to win the game 49-20 in 
Byrd Stadium. 



MISSED POINT AFTER 
TOUCHDOWN - Nov. 20, 1993. Wake 
Forest's Mike Green missed a PAT 
after a John Leach touchdown. 
Maryland went on to win the final 
game of the year 33-32. 

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 - Nov 13, 1993 versus North 
Carolina State. Steve Videtich hit 
from 21, 25, 44 yards as NCSU went 
on to win 44-21. 

TWO FIELD GOALS IN ONE GAME 

■ Nov. 20. 1993. Mike Green of Wake 
Forest kicked two field goals from 
20 and 35 yards out. Maryland won 
the game 33-32. 




Ken Ambrusko ran a kickoff 
back 100 yards for a TD on 
November 7, 1964. 



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PASSING 

Most Passes Attempted 



10. 



58 John Kaleo vs. North Carolina, October 31, 1992 

57 Scott Milanovich vs. Wake Forest, November 20, 1993 

57 Scott Milanovich vs. Virginia Tech. September 25, 1993 

56 Scott Milanovich vs. West Virginia, September 18, 1993 

56 John Kaleo vs. N.C. State, September 12, 1992 

54 Dan Henning vs. N.C. State, September 27, 1986 

50 Scott Milanovich vs. North Carolina, September 11, 1993 

48 John Kaleo vs. Wake Forest, October 17, 1992 

48 Stan Gelbaugh vs. Perm State. October 6, 1984 

47 Jim Sandwisch vs. Pittsburgh, October 5, 1991 



Most Passes Completed 

1. 38 Scott Milanovich vs. Wake Forest. November 20, 1993 

2. 36 Scott Milanovich vs. West Virginia, September 18, 1993 

3. 34 Scott Milanovich vs. North Carolina. September 11. 1993 

4. 32 John Kaleo vs. Virginia, September 5, 1992 

5. 31 John Kaleo vs. North Carolina, October 31, 1992 

6. 30 John Kaleo vs. Duke, October 24, 1992 

30 John Kaleo vs. Wake Forest, October 17, 1992 

8. 29 Scott Milanovich vs. North Carolina State, November 13, 1993 
29 Scott Milanovich vs. Virginia Tech, September 25, 1993 

29 Scott Milanovich vs. Duke, October 16, 1993 

29 Scott Zolak vs. Michigan, September 29, 1990 

Most Yards Passing 

1. 498 Scott Milanovich vs. Virginia Tech, September 25, 1993 

2. 471 Scott Milanovich vs. West Virginia, September 18, 1993 

3. 425 Scott Milanovich vs. Wake Forest, November 20, 1993 

4. 418 John Kaleo vs. Clemson, November 4, 1992 

5. 415 John Kaleo vs. Pittsburgh, October 3, 1992 

6. 414 Scott Milanovich vs. Duke, October 16, 1993 

7. 405 Scott Milanovich vs. North Carolma, September 11, 1993 
405 John Kaleo vs. Wake Forest, October 17, 1992 

9. 378 John Kaleo vs. Duke, October 24, 1992 

10. 367 Dan Henning vs. North Carolma, November 1, 1986 

Passing Completion Percentage (minimum 10 attempts) 

1. 909 Bon Avelhm vs. Duke (10-11) 1974 

2. 805 Scott Milanovich vs. Duke (29-36) 1993 

3. 777 Scott Zolak vs. Wake Forest (14-18) 1990 

3. 777 Dick Shiner vs. North Carolma (14-18) 1962 

5. 750 Scott Milanovich vs. Florida State (21-28) 1993 

6. 744 Scott Milanovich vs. N.C. State (21-37) 1993 

7. 680 Scott Milanovich vs. North Carolma (18-24) 1993 

8. 677 Bob Avellmi vs. Duke (21-31) 1972 

9. 667 Scott Milanovich vs. Wake Forest (38-57) 1993 
667 John Kaleo vs. Duke (30-45) 1992 

Most Touchdowns 

1. 5 Scott Milanovich vs. North Carolina, Septmber 11, 1993 

5 Scott Milanovich vs. West Virginia, September 18, 1993 

5 Scott Milanovich vs. Wake Forest, November 20, 1993 

5 John Kaleo vs. Clemson, November 14, 1992 

5. 4 Scott Milanovich vs. Virginia Tech, September 25, 1993 

4 Mark Manges vs. Villanova, September 6. 1975 

7. 3 John Kaleo vs. Pittsburgh, October 3. 1992 

3 Neil O'Donnell vs. North Carolma, October 29, 1988 

3 Dan Henning vs. North Carolma, November 1, 1986 

3 Dan Henning vs. Wake Forest, October 18, 1986 

3 Stan Gelbaugh vs. Clemson, November 16, 1985 

3 Stan Gelbaugh vs. Duke, October 26, 1985 

3 Stan Gelbaugh vs. Duke, October 27, 1984 

3 Frank Reich vs. Miami, November 10, 1984 

3 Boomer Esiason vs. Wake Forest, October 15, 1983 

3 Boon Esiason vs. Virginia, November 20, 1982 

3 Alan 1 trana vs. Florida State, November 26, 1966 

3 Alan Pastrana vs. N.C. State, November 6, 1966 

3 Alan Pastrana vs. Wake Forest, September 24, 1966 

3 Jack Scarbath vs. Louisiana State, October 25, 1952 
Note: 2 Touchdowns thrown by 15 people 32 times. 



RECEIVING 

Most Passes Caught 

1. 14 Russ Weaver vs Wake Forest, November 20, 1993 

14 Frank Wycheck vs. Virginia Tech, September 1, 1990 

3. 12 Frank Wycheck vs. N.C. State, September 22, 1990 

4. 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 

7. 10 Marcus Badgett vs. Penn State, September 26, 1992 

10 Darryl Hill vs. Clemson, November 16, 1963 

9. 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. 250 Jermame Lewis vs. North Carolma, September 11, 1993 

3. 220 James Milling vs. North Carolina, November 1, 1986 

4. 218 Marcus Badgett vs. Duke, October 24, 1992 

5. 188 Russell Davis vs. Penn State, September 11, 1982 

6. 187 Marcus Badgett vs. Wake Forest, October 17, 1992 

7. 184 Marcus Badgett vs. Clemson, November 14, 1992 

8. 151 Azizuddin Abdur-Ra'oof vs. Vanderbilt, September 15, 1984 

9. 145 Jermame Lewis vs. West Virginia, September 18, 1993 
10. 133 Jason Kremus vs Virginia Tech, September 25, 1993 

Average Per Reception 



l. 
2. 

4. 
5. 
6. 
7. 
8. 
9. 
10. 



44 

31.3 

28 

27.7 

26.8 

26 

25.4 

24.2 

27.7 

22.8 



James Milling vs. North Carolina (5/220) 1986 
Jermame Lewis vs. Georgia Tech (4/105) 1993 
Lloyd Colteryahn vs. Auburn (4/112) 1952 
Jermame Lewis vs. North Carolina (9/250) 1993 
Russell Davis vs. Penn State (7/188) 1982 
Ben Scotti vs. Auburn (4/104) 1958 
Pete Augsberger vs. Navy (5/127) 1950 
Marcus Badgett vs Duke (9/218) 1992 
Jermame Lewis vs. West Virginia (6/145) 1993 
Marcus Badgett vs. Pittsburgh (11/251) 1992 



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Most Touchdowns 

1 3 Jermaine Lewis vs West Virginia. September 18, 1993 

3 James Milling vs. North Carolina. November 1, 1986 

3. 2 Jermaine Lewis vs. North Carolina, September 11. 1993 

2 Walt Williams vs. Virginia Tech. September 25. 1993 

2 Jason Kremus vs. Wake Forest, November 20, 1993 

2 Marcus Badgett vs. Clemson, November 14, 1992 

2 Marcus Badgett vs. Duke, October 24, 1992 

2 Marcus Badgett vs. Pittsburgh. October 3. 1992 

2 Barry Johnson vs. Michigan, September 30, 1989 

2 Vernon Joines vs. North Carolina, October 31, 1987 

2 Bren Lowery vs. West Virginia, September 19, 1987 

2 Greg Hill vs. Miami, November 10, 1984 

2 Greg Hill vs. Wake Forest, October 15, 1983 

2 Greg Hill vs. West Virginia, September 17, 1983 

2 Greg Hill vs. Duke. October 23, 1982 

2 Greg Hill vs. Wake Forest. October 16, 1982 

2 Russell Davis vs. Penn State. September 11, 1982 

2 Vince Kinney vs. Villanova, September 6. 1975 

2 Billy Van Heusen vs. Florida State. November 26, 1966 

2 Darryl Hill vs. Wake Forest, October 26, 1963 

2 Darryl Hill vs Air Force, October 19, 1963 

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 
39 Billy Lovett vs. South Carolina, October 19, 1968 

5. 35 Charlie Wysocki vs. West Virginia, September 20, 1980 

35 Charlie Wysocki vs. Richmond, November 12, 1977 

7. 33 Charlie Wysocki vs. Virginia, November 21, 1981 

33 Len Chiavenm vs. South Carolina. October 27. 1962 

9. 32 John Nash vs. Wake Forest, October 17, 1981 

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 Chailie Wysocki vs. Duke (49) 1980 

6. 215 Steve Atkms 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 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. Missoun (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 Rick Badanjek vs. N.C. State, October 13, 1984 
3 John Nash vs. Wake Forest. October 16. 1982 
3 Steve Adkins vs. Duke. October 28. 1978 

3 George Scott vs. Villanova, November 5. 1977 

3 Steve Adkins vs. Duke. October 22. 1977 

3 Steve Adkins vs. Syracuse, September 25. 1977 

3 Louis Carter vs. Clemson. November 17, 1973 

3 Dermis O'Hara vs. Wake Forest. October 4. 1969 

3 Dermis Condie vs. Virginia, November 19. 1960 

3 Jim Joyce vs. Virginia. November 21, 1959 

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 

1 1 Dale Castro vs. Kentucky. September 29. 1979 

11 Mike Sochko vs. Cincinnati, November 8, 1975 

11 Greg Fries vs. Syracuse, October 11, 1969 

11 Greg Fries vs. Clemson, November 9, 1968 

7. 10 Dan DeArmas vs. Georgia Tech, October 6. 1990 

10 Dale Castro vs. Clemson. September 15. 1979 

10 Dale Castro vs. Penn State, November 4, 1978 

10 Mike Sochko vs. Penn State, September 24, 1977 

10 Dan DeArmas vs. Georgia Tech, October 12, 1991 

10 Dan DeArmas vs North Carolina, November 2, 1991 

10 Dan DeArmas vs. Penn State, November 9, 1991 

Best Punting Average (minimum 2 punts) 

1. 52.7 Scott Milanovich vs. North Carolina State, November 13. 1993 

2. 52.5 Scott Milanovich vs. Wake Forest. November 20, 1993 

3. 47.6 Bernie Falony vs. Mississippi. November 15, 1952 

4. 47.3 Scott Milanovich vs. Virginia. September 4, 1993 
47 3 Dan DeArmas vs. Wake Forest. October 13, 1990 

6. 46.6 Phil Wagenheim vs. Virginia, November 23, 1974 

7. 45.5 Greg Fries vs. South Carolina. October 19. 1968 

8. 45.0 Phil Wagenheim vs. Wake Forest. October 19, 1974 

9. 44.3 Mike Sochko vs. Clemson, September 10. 1977 
10. 44.0 Greg Fries vs. Florida State, September 21.1968 



FIELD GOALS 

Most Attempts 



1. 5 Dan Plocki vs. West Virginia, September 21. 1985 

5 Dale Castro vs. Mississippi State. September 22. 1979 

3. 4 Dan DeArmas vs. Wake Forest. October 14. 1989 
4 Dan Plocki vs. N.C. State, September 27, 1986 

4 Jess Atkmson vs. Vanderbilt, September 15, 1984 

4 Jess Atkmson vs. N.C. State, September 26, 1981 

4 Dale Castro vs. Clemson, September 16. 1979 

4 Ed Loncar vs. Louisville, September 16, 1978 

4 Ed Loncar vs. Syracuse, October 14, 1975 

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 
4 Dale Castro vs. Clemson, September 15, 1979 

4. 3 Dan DeArmas vs. Duke. October 20, 1990 

3 Dan DeArmas vs. Western Michigan. September 16, 1989 

3 Dan Plocki vs. Syracuse, October 1. 1988 

3 Dan Plocki vs. N.C. State. September 27, 1986 

3 Jess Atkmson vs. Virginia, October 1, 1983 

3 Ed Loncar vs. North Carolina. September 23, 1978 

3 Steve Mike-Mayer vs. Alabama. September 14, 1974 

3 Steve Mike-Mayer vs. Villanova. October 14. 1972 

3 Vmcent Scott vs. West Virginia. September 19. 1959 




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PASSING 


RECEIVING 


RUSHING 


Most Passes Attempted 


Receptions 


Attempts 


1. 482 John Kaleo - 1992 


1. 75 Marcus Badgett - 1992 


1 334 Charlie Wysocki - 1980 


2. 431 Scon Milanovich - 1993 


2. 69 Russ Weaver - 1993 


2. 283 Steve Atkins - 1978 


3. 418 Scott Zolak - 1990 


3. 58 Frank Wycheck - 1990 


3. 247 Charlie Wysocki- 1979 


4. 353 Dan Henmng - 1986 


4. 56 Richie Hams - 1992 


4 224 Louis Carter - 1974 


5. 314 Boomer Esiason - 1982 


5. 52 Jermaine Lewis - 1993 


5. 221 Art Seymore - 1970 


6. 311 Stan Gelbaugh • 1985 


52 Dan Prunzik - 1992 


6. 218 Louis Carter - 1973 


7. 294 Boomer Esiason - 1983 


7. 51 Greg Hill - 1984 


7. 217 Billy Lovett - 1968 


8. 291 Jim Sandwisch • 1991 


8. 47 Tom Brown - 1962 


8. 198 Willie Joyner - 1983 


9. 287 Dan Henmng - 1987 


9. 45 Frank Wycheck - 1991 


9. 188 George Scott - 1977 


10. 280 Neil O'Donnell • 1989 


10 44 Bren Lowery - 1987 


10. 182 Bo Hickey - 1964 


Most Passes Completed 








Yards 


Yards 


1. 286 John Kaleo - 1992 






2 279 Scott Milanovich - 1993 


1. 1,240 Marcus Badgett - 1992 


1. 1,359 Charlie Wysocki - 1980 


3. 225 Scott Zolak • 1990 


2. 957 Jermaine Lewis - 1993 


2. 1,261 Steve Atkins - 1978 


4. 196 Dan Henmng - 1986 


3. 820 Greg Hill - 1984 


3. 1.140 Charlie Wysocki- 1979 


5. 176 Boomer Esiason ■ 1982 


4. 689 Barry Johnson - 1989 


4. 1,063 WiUie Joyner - 1982 


6. 166 Stan Gelbaugh - 1985 


5. 680 Dan Prunzik - 1992 


5 991 Louis Carter - 1974 


7. 163 Boomer Esiason • 1983 


6. 671 Azizuddin Abdur-Ra'oof - 1985 


6 981 Art Seymore - 1970 


8. 160 Neil O'Donnell - 1988 


7. 650 James Milling - 1986 


7. 963 Billy Lovett - 1968 


9. 157 Dan Henning - 1987 


8. 629 Barry Johnson- 1990 


8. 908 Willie Joyner - 1983 


10. 156 Neil O'Donnell - 1989 


9. 617 Azizuddin Abdur-Ra'oof - 1987 


9. 904 Lou Gambino - 1947 


Most Yards 


10. 606 Russ Weaver - 1993 


10. 894 George Scott - 1977 


1. 3,499 Scott Milanovich - 1993 

2. 3,392 John Kaleo - 1992 


Average Per Reception 


894 Bo Hickey - 1964 


3. 2,725 Dan Henning • 1986 


1. 21.0 Marcus Badgett - 1991 




4. 2,589 Scott Zolak - 1990 


2. 19.7 James Milling - 1986 




5. 2,475 Stan Gelbaugh- 1985 


3. 19.2 Azizuddin Abdur-Ra'oof - 1987 


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6. 2,322 Boomer Esiason - 1983 


4. 18.8 Mancel Johnson - 1993 


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7. 2,302 Boomer Esiason ■ 1982 


5. 18.5 Barry Johnson - 1990 


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8. 2,103 Neil O'Donnell - 1989 


18.5 Lloyd Colteryahn - 1952 


9. 1,971 Neil O'Donnell - 1988 


7. 18.4 Jermame Lewis - 1993 


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10. 1,835 Dan Henmng- 1987 


8. 17.2 Ferrell Edmunds - 1987 

9. 16.5 Marcus Badgett - 1992 


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10. 16.4 Dean Richards - 1978 


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(200 attempts minimum) 




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1. .647 Scott Milanovich - 1993 


Touchdowns 


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2. .599 Neil O'Donnell - 1988 


1, 9 Marcus Badgett - 1992 


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3. .596 Dick Shiner - 1962 


2. 8 Dan Bungon - 1971 


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4. .593 John Kaleo - 1992 


3. 7 Billy Van Heusen - 1966 


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5 .561 Boomer Esaison - 1982 






6. .557 Neil O'Donnell - 1989 


7 Greg Hill - 1982 


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7, .544 Boomer Esaison - 1983 


7 Greg Hill - 1983 


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8. .547 Dan Henning - 1987 


6. 6 Don Ratliff - 1972 


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9. .538 Scott Zolak - 1990 


6 James Milling - 1986 


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10. .534 Stan Gelbaugh - 1985 


6 Barry Johnson - 1989 




9. 5 Walter White - 1973 
5 Kim Hoover - 1975 




Touchdowns 


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5 Vernon Joines - 1987 


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1. 26 Scott Milanovich - 1993 


5 Sean Sullivan - 1983 


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2. 18 Boomer Esiason - 1982 


5 Russell Davis - 1982 


Dan Henning's excellence is sometimes 


3. 17 Alan Pastrana - 1966 


forgotten in the wake of all the QBs who 


17 John Kaleo - 1992 




threw for Maryland in the 1980s. But none 


5. 15 Boomer Esaison - 1983 




were better at moving the ball long 


15 Stan Gelbaugh - 1985 




distances. 


15 Dan Henning - 1986 






8. 12 Ne. Donnell - 1988 






9. 11 Mark Manges- 1976 






10. 10 AINe. 1971 






10 Dick Shiner - 1963 






10 Neil O'Donnell - 1989 






10 Scott Zolak • 1990 







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Terprolific, Top Season Efforts 


Average Per Carry 


Field Goals Made 


DEFENSE 


(minimum 100 carries) 


1 17 Jess Atkinson - 1984 


Tackles 


1, 7.2 Lu Gambino ■ 1947 


17 Dan Plocki - 1988 


2. 5.9 Willie Joyner • 1982 


17 Dale Castro - 1979 


1 188 Neal Olkewicz - 1978 


3. 5.9 Alvin Blount ■ 1984 


4. 16 Jess Atkinson • 1982 


2 186 Ted Klaube - 1977 


4. 5.8 Steve Adkins ■ 1976 


16 Ed Loncar - 1978 


3. 180 Enc Wilson - 1983 


5. 5.7 Ed Vereb ■ 1955 


6. 15 Jess Atkinson - 1983 


4. 173 Harry Walters - 1974 


6. 5.6 Ralph Felton ■ 1953 

7. 5.5 Tommy Neal ■ 1984 


15 Steve Mike-Mayer - 1974 


5. 172 Kevin Walker - 1987 


8. 5 5 Ed Modzelewski • 1949 


8. 14 Dan DeArmas - 1990 


6. 160 Eric Wilson - 1984 


9 5 5 Bob Shemonski - 1950 


9. 12 Jess Atkinson - 1981 


7. 159 Brian Matera - 1979 


10. 5.2 Hubert Werner - 1948 


12 Steve Mike-Mayer - 1973 


8. 157 Brad Carr - 1976 




12 Mike Sochko - 1975 


9. 153 Mike Jarmolowich - 1991 


Rushing Touchdowns 


SCORING 


10. 151 Chuck Faucette - 1986 


1 15 Bob Shemonski • 1950 




151 Bruce Palmer - 1978 


15 Rick Badanjek ■ 1984 


Points Scored 


Sacks 


3. 14 Ed Vereb - 1955 


1. 102 Rick Badanjek - 1984 


14 Louis Carter - 1973 


2. 97 Bob Shemonski - 1950 


1. 13 Mark Duda - 1982 


5. 12 Rick Badanjek • 1985 


3. 96 Lou Gambino - 1947 


13 Bruce Palmer - 1978 


6. 11 Lou Gambino - 1947 


96 Ed Vereb - 1955 


3. 12 Randy White - 1974 


11 Charlie Wysocki • 1980 


5 88 Jess Atkinson - 1984 


12 Charles Johnson- 1978 


8. 10 Steve Atkins ■ 1978 


6. 87 Jess Atkinson - 1982 


12 Bruce Mesner - 1985 


9. 9 Steve Adkins - 1977 






9 Rick Badanjek • 1982 


7. 84 Louis Carter - 1973 


6. 11 Mike Corvino - 1981 


8. 79 Steve Mike-Mayer - 1974 


11 Marlin Van Horn - 1978 


PUNTING 


9. 78 Dan Plocki - 1988 


8. 10 Gumest Brown - 1981 


10. 73 Jess Atkinson - 1983 


10 Jack Bradford - 1990 


Punts 


73 Ed Loncar - 1978 


10 8 Ernie Salley - 1975 


1. 90 Dan DeArmas - 1991 






2. 83 Dale Castro - 1979 


TOTAL OFFENSE 




3. 83 Dale Castro - 1980 






4. 72 Greg Fnes - 1969 


Yards 




5. 72 Greg Fnes - 1968 

6. 70 Dan DeArmas ■ 1990 


1. 3,472 JohnKaleo- 1992 

2. 3,437 Scott Milanovich - 1993 




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7. 67 John Petronaci - 1971 


3. 2,681 Dan Henning - 1986 




8. 66 Dale Castro - 1978 


4. 2,392 Scott Zolak - 1990 


9. 63 Darryl Wnght ■ 1987 


5. 2.385 Stan Gelbaugh- 1985 


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10. 62 Darryl Wnght • 1986 


6. 2.290 Boomer Esiason - 1983 


Punting Average 


7. 2,231 Boomer Esiason - 1982 




1. 43.8 Scott Milanovich - 1993 


8. 2,139 Neil O'DonneU - 1988 


2. 42.2 Phil Wagenheim • 1974 


9. 2,059 Neil O'DonneU - 1989 


3. 41.5 Dan DeArmas - 1989 


10. 1,782 Dan Henning - 1987 


4. 40.9 Dale Castro • 1980 




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5. 40.8 Mike Sochko • 1977 




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6. 40.6 Darryl Wnght - 1987 




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7. 40.4 Mike Sochko • 1975 




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40.4 Duey Graham - 1970 




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9. 40.2 Dan DeArmas - 1991 




10. 39.7 Ed Roth -1949 




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Field Goals Attempted 




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1. 26 Ed Loncar • 1978 






2. 25 Steve Mike-Mayer - 1974 




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3. 24 Steve Mike-Mayer - 1973 




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4. 22 Jess Atkinson - 1982 




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22 Dan Plocki - 1988 




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6. 21 Jess Atkinson - 1981 
21 Dale Castro - 1979 






Marcus Badgett's 1992 is a storybook year. 


8. 20 Jess Atkinson - 1984 




Even with the Run and Shoot, will anyone 


20 Mike Sochko - 1975 




beat his marks? 


10. 19 Jess Atkinson - 1983 







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Terprolific, Top Career Efforts 




PASSING 












Average Per Reception 








(minimum 40 receptions) 


Most Passes Attempted 






1. 19.1 BiUy Van Heusen (1965-67) 


1. 850 Boomer Esiason (1981-83) 


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2. 18.6 Lloyd Colteryahn (1950-52) 


2. 658 Neil O'DonneU (1987-89) 




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3. 18.1 James Milling (1984-87) 


3. 641 Dan Henning (1985-87) 


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4. 17.7 Greg Hill (1982-84) 


4. 537 John Kaleo (1991-92) 


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5. 17.5 Azizuddin Abdur-Ra'oof (1984-87) 


5. 536 Dick Shiner (1961-63) 




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6. 17.48 Marcus Badgett (1990-92) 

7. 17.2 RusseU Davis (1981-83) 

8. 17.1 Bobby Collins (1964-66) 


6. 509 Scott Zolak (1988-90) 




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7. 461 Scott Milanovich (1992-93) 


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9. 16.2 FerreU Edmunds (1984-87) 


8. 454 Stan Gelbaugh (1981-85) 


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16.2 Barry Johnson (1987-90) 


9. 402 Al Neville (1971-73) 




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Touchdowns 


10. 394 Bob Avellmi (1972-74) 




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1. 18 Greg HiU (1982-84) 


Most Passes Completed 




2. 12 Gary Collins (1959-61) 


1. 461 Boomer Esiason (1981-83) 






3. 11 Barry Johnson (1987-90) 
11 Marcus Badgett (1990-92) 


2. 387 Neil O'DonneU (1987-89) 




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5. 10 Azizuddin Abdur-Ra'off (1984-87) 


3. 353 Dan Henning (1985-87) 




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10 FerreU Edmunds (1984-87) 


4. 305 John Kaleo (1991-92) 




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7. 9 VemonJomes (1985-88) 


5. 296 Scott Milanovich (1992-93) 




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8. 8 RusseU Davis (1981-83) 


6. 287 Dick Shiner (1961-63) 




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8 Walter White (1973-74) 


7. 270 Scott Zolak (1988-90) 






8 Lou Weidensaul (1950-52) 


8. 251 Stan Gelbaugh (1981-85) 

9. 231 Bob Avellmi (1972-74) 
10- 217 Al Neville (1971-73) 




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11. 7 James Muling (1984-87) 
7 Sean SuUivan (1983-86) 
7 Buly Van Heusen (1965-67) 
7 Darryl Hill (1963-64) 




Billy Lovett's individual talents excelled, 


Most Yards 


even if the teams he played for, did not. 


7 Howie Dare (1954-55, 57) 


1.6,259 Boomer Esiason (1981-83) 






RUSHING 


2.4,984 Neil O'DonneU (1987-89) 






3. 4,560 Dan Henning (1985-87) 


RECEIVING 


Attempts 


4. 3,731 Scott Milanovich (1992-93) 


Receptions 


1. 769 Charlie Wysocki (1978-81) 


5. 3,660 .ohn Kaleo (1991-92) 


1. 134 


Frank Wycheck (1990-92) 


2. 625 Steve Atkins (1975-78) 


6. 3,659 Stan Gelbaugh (1981-85) 


2. 108 


Azizuddin Abdur-Ra'oof (1984-87) 


3. 561 Louis Carter (1972-74) 


7. 3,410 Dick Shiner (1961-63) 


3. 106 


Barry Johnson (1987-90) 


4. 521 Rick Badanjek (1982-85) 


8. 3,222 Bob Avellmi (1972-74) 


4. 103 


Frank Wycheck (1990- ) 


5. 452 BiUy Lovett (1966-68) 


9. 3,124 Scott Zolak (1988-90) 
10. 2,601 Larry Dick (1975, 77) 


5. 101 

6. 100 


FerceU Edmunds (1984-87) 
Frank RusseU (1972-74) 


6. 437 WiUie Joyner (1980-83) 

437 Art Seymore (1970-72) 

8. 426 Alvta Blount (1983-86) 


Completion Percentage 


100 
8. 97 


Marcus Badgett (1990-92) 
Greg Hill (1982-84) 


9. 402 Bren Lowery (1986-89) 
10. 371 Mark Mason (1990-93) 


1. .642 (296-461) Scott MUanovich (1992-93) 


9. 89 


BrenLowery (1986-89) 




2. .629 (132-210) Frank Reich (1983-84) 


10. 83 


Vernon Joines (1985-88) 


Yards 


3. .590 (231-394) Bob Avellmi (1972-74) 


83 


John Tice (1979-82) 


1. 3,317 Charlie Wysocki (1978-81) 


4. .588 (180-306) Larry Dick (1975, 77) 


Yards 




2. 2,971 Steve Atkins (1975-78) 


.588 (387-658) NeU O'DonneU (1987-89) 






3. 2,417 Rick Badanjek (1982-85) 


6. .582 (127-218) Dale Betty (1958-60) 

7. .568 (305-537) John Kaleo (1991-92) 


1. 1,895 

2. 1,748 

3. 1,721 


Azizuddin Abdur-Ra'oof (1984-87) 
Marcus Badgett (1990-92) 
Greg Hill (1982-84) 


4. 2,266 Louis Carter (1972-74) 

5. 2.158 Alvm Blount (1983-86) 

6. 2,140 Willie Joyner (1980-83) 


8. .553 (251-454) Stan Gelbaugh (1981-85) 


1,721 


Barry Johnson (1987-90) 


7. 1,913 BiUy Lovett (1966-68) 


9. .551 (353-641) Dan Henning (1985-87) 


5. 1,641 


FerreU Edmunds (1984-87) 


8. 1,845 Alvin Maddox (1975-78) 


10. .547 (58-106) Ben Kinard (1973-74) 


6. 1,445 


James Milling (1984-87) 


9. 1.827 Mark Mason (1990-93) 


Touchdowns 


7. 1,408 


RusseU Davis (1981-83) 


10. 1,656 Art Seymore (1970-72) 


1. 42 Boomer Esiason (1981-83) 


8. 1,344 

9. 1,303 


Frank RusseU (1972-74) 
Jermaine Lewis (1992-93) 


Rushing Touchdowns 


2. 27 Scott MUanovich (1992-93) 


10. 1,253 


Vernon Joines (1985-88) 


1. 46 Rick Badanjek (1982-85) 


3. 26 NeU O'DonneU (1987-89) 






2. 31 Steve Atkins (1975-78) 


4. 24 Dan Henning (1985-87) 






3. 26 Charlie Wysocki (1978-81) 


5. 23 Alan Pastrana (1966, 68) 






4. 25 Louis Carter (1972-74) 

5. 18 Tommy Neal (1983-86) 


6. 22 Jack Scarbath (1950-52) 






18 Bob Shemonski (1950-51) 


7. 21 Dick Shiner (1961-63) 






7. 17 Ed Vereb (1953-55) 


8. 20 Stan Gelbaugh (1981-85) 






8. 15 Chet Hanulak (1951-53) 


9. 19 Bob Avellini (1972-74) 






9. 14 Alvm Maddox (1975-78) 


10. 18 John Kaleo (1991-92) 






10. 12 Alvm Blount (1983-86) 



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Terprolific, Top Career Efforts 



PUNTING 



Punts 
1. 

2 
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4. 
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6. 
7. 



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10. 



268 Dan DeArmas (1988-91) 

224 Dale Castro (1978-80) 

209 Darrell Wright (1984-87) 

169 Mike Sochko (1975-77) 

168 Greg Fries (1968-70) 

142 Howard Humphnes (1963-65) 

132 Alan Sadler (1981-83) 

113 Gary Collins (1959-60) 

106 Phil Wagenheim (1973-74) 

100 Billy Van Heusen (1966-67) 



Yards 

1. 10.627 Dan DeArmas (1988-91) 

2. 8.548 Dale Castro (1978-80) 

3. 8,389 Darrell Wnght (1984-87) 

4. 6,789 Mike Sochko (1975-77) 

5. 6,696 Greg Fries (1968-70) 

6. 5,290 Howard Humphnes (1963-65) 

7. 5,125 Alan Sadler (1982-83) 

8 4,205 Gary Collins (1959-60) 

9. 4,138 Phil Wagenheim (1973-74) 

10. 3,957 Billy Van Heusen (1965-67) 

Average 

1. 43.8 Scon Milanovich (1993) 

2. 40.7 Phil Wagenheim (1973-74) 

3. 40.4 Duey Graham (1970) 

4. 40.2 Mike Sochko (1975-77) 

5. 40.1 Darrell Wnght (1984-87) 

6. 39.9 Greg Fnes (1968-70) 

7. 39.7 Dan DeArmas (1988-91) 

8. 39.6 Billy Van Heusen (1966-67) 

9 38.8 Alan Sadler (1981-83) 
10. 38.2 Dale Castro (1978-80) 

38.2 Berrue Faloney (1951-53) 

KICKING 

Field Goals Attempted 



1. 
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3. 
4. 
5. 



9. 
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82 Jess Atkinson (1981-84) 

71 Steve Mike-Mayer (1972-74) 

63 Dan Plocki (1985-88) 

43 Dan DeArmas (1988-91) 

39 Dale Castro (1979-80) 

39 Bernardo Bramson (1964-66) 

36 Ed Loncar (1976-78) 

36 John Hannigan (1961-62) 

28 Mike Sochko (1975-76) 

19 Kambiz Behbahani (1970-71) 



Field Goals Made 



9. 
10. 



60 Jess Atkinson ( 1981-84) 

47 Dan Plocki (1985-88) 

37 Steve Mike-Mayer (1972-74) 

32 Dan DeArmas (1988-91) 

27 Dale Castro (1979-80) 

22 Ed Loncar (1976-78) 

22 John Hannigan (1961-62) 

18 Bernardo Bramson (1964-66) 

17 Mike Sochko (1975-76) 

1 2 Kambiz Behbahani ( 1 970-7 1 ) 



Scoring 

1. 308 Jess Atkinson (1981-84) 

2 286 Rick Badanjek (1982-85) 

3. 227 Dan Plocki (1985-88) 

4. 203 Steve Mike-Mayer (1972-74) 

5. 192 Steve Atkins (1975-78) 

6. 162 Louis Carter (1972-74) 

7. 158 Charlie Wysocki(1978-81) 
158 Dan DeArmas (1988-91) 

9. 126 Ed Modzelewski (1949-51) 

10. 121 Dale Castro (1979-80) 

TOTAL OFFENSE 

1. 6.081 Boomer Esiason (1981-83) 

2. 5,060 Neil O'DonneU (1987-89) 

3. 4,483 Dan Henning (1985-87) 

4. 3,694 Scott Milanovich (1992-93) 

5. 3,686 John Kaleo (1991-92) 

6. 3,569 Stan Gelbaugh (1981-85) 

7. 3,533 Dick Shiner (1961-63) 

8. 3,423 Charlie Wysocki (1978-81) 

9. 3.285 Bob Avelhni (1972-74) 
10. 3,107 Rick Badanjek (1982-85) 



DEFENSE 



Tackles 

481 
466 



1. 
2. 
3. 
4. 
5. 
6. 
7. 
8. 
9. 
10 



414 
386 
382 
351 
347 
344 
330 
303 



Enc Wilson (1981-84) 
Chuck Faucette (1983-86) 
Mike Jarmolowich (1989-92) 
Brad Can (1974-77) 
Scott Saylor (1987-89) 
Bruce Palmer (1976-78) 
Mike Corvmo (1979-82) 
Ted Klaube (1975-77) 
Kevin Walker (1985-87) 
Charles Johnson (1975-78) 



Interceptions 

1. 17 Tom Brown (1960-62) 

2. 15 Bob Smith (1972-74) 

3. 14 Lendell Jones (1981-83) 

4. 13 Ken Schroy (1972-74) 
13 Bob Sullivan (1963-66) 

6. 10 Howard Eubanks (1979-82) 
10 Lloyd Burruss (1976-80) 

10 Ralph Lary (1977-80) 

9. 9 Enc Wilson (1980-84) 

9 Clarence Baldwin (1981-83) 

9 Jim Brechiel (1973-75) 

9 Wally Stainaker (1967-69) 

9 Keeta Covington (1983-86) 

24 Mike Corvino (1979-82) 

19 Mark Duda (1979-82) 

19 Bruce Palmer (1976-78) 

1 9 Charles Johnson (1976-78) 

5. 18 Bruce Mesner (1983-86) 
18 Gumest Brown (1979-82) 

7. 17 Joe Campbell (1973-76) 

8. 15 Jack Bradford (1987-90) 
15 Ernie Salley (1974-77) 

10. 14 Markn Van Horn (1977-78. 80) 



Sacks 

1. 
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Eric Wilson is the only linebacker on the all-time interception list. 
Look for him in number of tackles made, too. 



113 



Terprizes, Team Awards 



Alvin L. Aubinoe Trophy 

to the unsung hero of the season. 

1956 Al Wharton • Tackle 

1957 Wilbur Main • Center 

1958 Ted Kershner • Back 

1959 Joe Gardi - Tackle 

1960 Leroy Dietrich ■ Center 

1961 Dick Barlund - End 

1962 Mumis Banner • Halfback 

1963 George Stem - Halfback 

1964 John Kenny • End 

1965 Charles Krahkng - Center 

1966 Bobby Collins • Back 

1967 Pat Baker • Back 

1968 Pack 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 Wnght • Center 

1982 Frank Kolencik - Defensive Guard 
John Nash • Back 

Doug Miller • Center 

1983 Tyrone Furman • Guard 

1984 Bui Rogers - Tight End 

1985 George Colton • Guard 

1986 Sean Sullivan • End 

1987 Robert Hem - 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 Hines • Linebacker 

1992 Dan Prunzik - Wide Receiver 

1993 Russ Weaver • 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 Kircluro - Tackle 

1962 Dave Crossan • Tackle 

1963 Olaf Drozdov ■ Tackle 

1964 Fred Joyce • Guard 

1965 Dick Absher • End 

1966 Dick Absher - E. 

1967 Jim Lavrusky - Linebacker 

1968 Ron Pearson • End 

1969 Peter Mattia ■ Tackle 



Bob Beall, Tommy Marcos 
Trophy 

to the best football lineman of the year. 

1970 Guy M. Roberts • End 

1971 Dennis O'Hara • End 

1972 Paul Vellano • Guard 

1973 Randy White • Tackle 

1974 Randy White • Tackle 

1980 Enc Sievers - Tight End 

1981 Dave Pacella - Tackle 

1982 Dave Pacella - Tackle 

1983 Ron Solt • Guard 

1984 Kevin Glover • Center 

1985 J. D. Maarleveled - Tackle 

1986 Buly 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 

1993 Steve Ingram - Tackle 

Ray Krouse Memorial 
Award 

to the most valuable senior. 

1972 Ron Kecman • Center 

1974 Randy White • Defensive Tackle 

1975 John Schultz - Wingback 

1976 Tim Wilson ■ Fullback 

1977 Ted Klaube • Guard 

1978 Neal Olkewicz - Lmebacker 

1979 Brian Matera - Lmebacker 

1980 Lloyd Burruss • Defensive Halfback 

1981 Greg Vanderhout • Defensive Guard 

1982 John Tice - Tight End 

1983 Boomer Esiason - Quarterback 

1984 Eric Wilson • Lmebacker 

1985 Stan Gelbaugh ■ Quarterback 

1986 Chuck Faucette - Lmebacker 

1987 Kevin 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 

1993 Jason Kremus - 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 Terrapin Club Award 
in 1975) 

1949 John Idzik -Back 

1950 John Idzik • Back 

1951 Bob Ward • Guard 

1952 Ed Fullerton • Back 

1953 Bemie 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 Buly Lovett ■ Fullback 



1969 Kenneth B. Dutton - Back 

1970 Peter Mattia • Tackle 

1971 Tommy Miller • Back 

1972 Don Ratliff - End 

1973 Paul Vellano - Guard 

1974 Randy White - Tackle 

1975 LeRoy Hughes - End 

1976 Bob Raba • End 

1977 Brad Carr • Lmebacker 

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 Enc Wilson • Lmebacker 

1985 Rick Badanjek • Fullback 

1986 Chuck Faucette • Lmebacker 

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 

1993 Mark Mason • Running Back 

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 Kopnisky, 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. Noms, Baseball 

1972 Vmce L. Struble, Track 

1973 Albert A. Neville. Football 

1974 Tyrone Neal, Wrestlmg 

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 Bnan 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 
1993 Ed Regan, Football 



JAMES M. "JIM" TATUM 
MEMORIAL AWARD 

(Lineman of the year) 

1959 Kurt A. Schwarz 

1960 Thomas E. Sankovich 

1961 BulKircturo 

1962 David H. Crossan 

1963 Olaf A. Drozdov 

1964 Larry Bagranoff 

1965 Larry Bagranoff 

1966 Thomas J. Cichowski 

1967 TomMyslmslu 

1968 Thomas A. Plevm 

1969 Peter A. Mattia 

1970 Peter A. Mattia 

1971 Guy Roberts 

1972 PaulE. Vellano 

1973 Randy L. White 

1974 Randy L. White 

1975 Manon 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 Wanen Powers 

1989 Mike Kiselak 

1990 Jack Bradford 
Rick Fleece 

1991 Larry Webster 

1992 Steve Ingram 

1993 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 Spnnger • 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 III ■ Safety 

1980 Ralph L. Lary IH ■ 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 

1993 Enck Wood • Lmebacker 



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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 Marcimak - 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 Cowdiey - E 


1972 


Bob Avellim - QB 


Tim Brannon - G 


Bob Smith - S 


Paul Vellano - 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 
George Scott - HB 


Mike Yeates - G 


Brad Carr - LB 


Ted Klaube - G 


1978 


Steve Atkins - TB 


Eric Sievers - TE 
Kerwm Wyatt - G 


Neal Olkewicz - LB 


Charles Johnson - T 


1979 


Charlie Wysocki - TB 


Kewin Wyatt - G 




Bruce Palmer - G 


1980 


Charlie 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 Dauey - 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 
Chad Sydnor - CB 


Ted Chapman - T 


1988 


Ricky Johnson - TB 


Mark Agent - C 


Chad Sydnor - CB 


Warren Powers - DT 


1989 


Ricky Johnson - TB 


Mike Kiselak - G 


Eddie Tomlin - 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 - LB 


Larry Webster - DT 


1992 


John Kaleo - QB 


Steve Ingram - T 


Scott Rosen - S 


Darren Drozdov - DT 


1993 Jermaine Lewis - WR 

Dr. John E. Faber, Jr. Award 


Steve Ingram - T 


Orlando Strozier - CB 


Jaime Flores - DE 


Jt'j» jf - 


•• War 


1992 


John Kaleo, Quarterback 




1993 


Scott Milanovich, Quarterback 




JUT 31,^' 


Outstanding Specialist 




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1993 


Richie Hams. Punt Returns 
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1992 


Angel Guena, Safety 






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1993 


Allen Williams. Defensive Back 




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1992 


Angel Guena, Safety 




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1993 


Mike Settles. Defensive Back 






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1993 


Andre Vaughn, Safety 
Jaime Flores, Defensive End 






Award winnei at Maryland, and long time professional, Eric Sievers 








scores in Byrd Stadium. 





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All-Terp All-America 



1 

ASSOCIATED PRESS 


FOOTBALL NEWS 


1953 Stan Jones -T 


1974 Randy White - DT 




First Team 


First Team 


Berrue Faloney - QB 


1979 Dale Castro - K 




1950 Bob Ward -G 


1984 Enc Wilson -LB 


1955 Bob Pellegrini - C 


1985 J. D. Maarleveld - OT 




1951 Bob Ward -G 




Mike Sandusky-T 


Second Team 




1952 Jack Scarbath - QB 


INTERNATIONAL NEWS 


1974 Randy White - DT 


1950 Bob Ward - G 




Dick Modzelewski - DT 


SERVICE 


Steve Mike-Mayer - K 


1951 Ed Modzelewski - FB 




1953 Stan Jones -T 
1955 Bob Pellegrini - C 
1973 Randy White - DT 


(now merged as UPI) 
First Team 


1976 Joe Campbell - DT 
1979 Dale Castro - K 


1953 Berme Faloney - QB 
1955 Mike Sandusky - T 




1974 Randy White • DT 


1951 Bob Ward -G 


1984 Kevin Glover - C 


Bill Walker - E 




Second Team 

1923 Bill Supplee - E 


1952 Jack Scarbath - QB 
Dick Modzelewski - T 


1985 J. D. Maarleveld - OT 
Second Team 


1973 Paul Vellano - DG 
1976 Joe Campbell - DT 




1928 Gerald Snyder ■ FB 


1953 Stan Jones - T 


1983 Boomer Esiason - QB 


Third Team 




1949 Ray Krouse • T 


Beraie Faloney - QB 


Ron Solt -OG 


1951 Dick Modzelewski - DT 




1951 Dick Modzelewski • T 


1955 Bob Pellegrini - C 




1955 EdVereb-HB 




Ed Modzelewski - FB 


Second Team 


UNITED PRESS 






1953 Berme Faloney - QB 


1953 Chet Hanulak - HB 


First Team 


TIME MAGAZINE 




1954 Bill Walker -E 


1955 EdVereb-HB 


1951 Bob Ward -G 


First Team 




1961 Gary Collins - E 




1952 Jack Scarbath - QB 


1974 Randy White - DT 




1976 Joe Campbell ■ DT 


THE SPORTING NEWS 


Dick Modzelewski - DT 


Steve Mike-Mayer - K 




1984 Eric Wilson - LB 


First Team 


1953 Stan Jones - T 






Third Team 


1951 Bob Ward -G 


1955 Bob Pellegrini - C 






1955 EdVereb-HB 


1952 Jack Scarbath - QB 


1961 Gary Collins - E 






1973 Paul Vellano - DG 


Dick Modzelewski - T 








Honorable Mention 


1954 Dick Bielski - FB 


1955 Mike Sandusky - T 


1957 Rod Breedlove - G 




A1J -Americans 


Ronnie Waller - HB 


Jack Davis - G 


Ed Cooke - E 






Jack Bowersox - G 


Frank Tamburello - QB 


Gene Alderton - C 




(AP & UP I) 


John Irvine - C 


Ed Heuring - T 


1958 Rod Breedlove - G 




1931 Jess Krajcovic • G 


Bill Walker - E 


1956 Mike Sandusky - T 


Fred Cole - T 




Ray Poppelman - QB 


Bob Pellegrini - G 


Jack Davis - G 






1934 Norwood Sothoron ■ FB 


George Palahuruk - G 


Gene Alderton - C 






Vic Willis - E 










Bui Guckeyson • HB 










Ed Minion • T 
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1936 BUI Guckeyson - HB 

1937 Jim Meade -HB 


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1940 Bob Smith - C 

Ralph Albarano - T 

1942 Tommy Mont ■ QB 
Paul Flick ■ C 




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1947 Lou Gambino • HB 


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All-Terp All-America 




Kevin Glover's strength, range and intelligence netted him 
All-America Center honors. 



1959 Rod Breedlove - G 
Jim Joyce • FB 
Gaiy Collins • E 
Tom Gunderman - G 
Kurt Schwarz - T 

1960 Gary Collins • E 
Dale Betty • QB 

1961 Bob Hacker -C 

1962 Dick Shiner ■ QB 
Walter Rock • G 
Roger Shoals - T 
Tom Brown - HB 

1965 Bob Sullivan - DB 

1969 Ralph Sonntag - OT 

1970 Guy Roberts - DE 

1972 Paul Vellano • DG 
Bob Smith - DB 

1973 Randy White • DT 
Louis Carter • HB 
Bob Smith - DB 

1974 Louis Carter - HB 
Steve Mike-Mayer - 1 
Stan Rogers - OT 
Bob Smith - DB 
Hany 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 Bumiss - 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 
Enc 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 
Scon 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 




Dick Modzelewski's 1993 included entrance into the College 
Football Hall of Fame. 



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Terpipeline 



Azizuddin Abdur-Ra'oof 


WR 


Dick Absher 


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 ChicLowski 


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 


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Kansas City (1988-89) 

Washington (1967), Atlanta (1967-68), 

New Orleans (1969-71), 

Philadelphia (1972) 

Pittsburgh (1953) 

Green Bay (1979-81) 

Indianapolis Colts (1988-89) 

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) 

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 (1988-92) 

Cincinnati (1984-92), NY Jets (1993- 

San Diego (1987-88) 

Washington (1954-60), Buffalo (1961-62) 

Buffalo (1920) 

Pittsburgh (1953) 

LA Rams (1978), Buffalo (1979) 





JVeii O'DonneU's leadership was as good as his passing at 
Maryland; he is excellent as a Pittsburgh Steeler, too. 



Tony Greene followed his Maryland career with a long-term stint 
with the Buffalo Bills. 



Lu Gambino 


HB 


Baltimore (1948-49) 


Stan Gelbaugh 


QB 


Buffalo (1986-89), Seattle (1991- 


O'Neil Glenn 


OT 


New England Patnots (1991) 


Kevin Glover 


C 


Detroit (1985- ) 


Tony Greene 


CB 


Buffalo (1971-79) 


Chet Hanulak 


HB 


Cleveland (1954, 1957) 


Don Healy 


T 


Chicago (1958-59), Dallas (1960-61), 
Buffalo (1962) 


Bo Hickey 


RB 


Denver (1967) 


Ben Jefferson 


OT 


Indianapolis (1989) 


Rick Jennings 


WR 


Oakland (1976-77), Tampa Bay 
(1977), San Francisco (1977) 


Barry Johnson 


WR 


Denver Broncos (1991-92) 


Charles Johnson 


NT 


Green Bay (1979-80, 1983) 


Vernon Joines 


WR 


Cleveland (1989), Denver (1991) 


Clarence Jones 


OT 


NY Giants (1991-93) 


Stan Jones 


G-T-DT 


Chicago Bears (1954-65), 
Washington (1966) 


Vince Kinney 


WR 


Denver (1978-79) 


Bill Kirchiro 


G 


Baltimore (1962) 


Pete Koch 


DE 


Cincinnati (1984). Kansas City (1985-88) 
L.A. Raiders (1989-90) 


Ray Krouse 


DT 


NY Giants (1951-55), Detroit (1956-57), 
Baltimore (1958-59), 
Washington (1960) 


Pete Ladygo 


G 


Pittsburgh (1952, 1954) 


John Lookabaugh 


E 


Washington (1946-47) 


J.D. Maarleveld 


T 


Tampa Bay (1986-87) 


Mark Manges 


QB 


St. Louis (1978) 


Lany Marshall 


KR-DB 


Kansas City (1972-73), 
Minnesota (1974). Philadelphia 
(1974-77), LA Rams (1978) 


Jim Meade 


FB 


Washington (1939-40) 


Bruce Mesner 


DT 


Buffalo (1987-88) 


Steve Mike-Mayer 


K 


San Francisco (1975-76). Detroit 
(1977). New Orleans (1978). 
Baltimore (1979-80) 


James Milling 


WR 


Atlanta (1988-91). NY Giants (1991-92) 


Charlie Mills 


FB 


Buffalo (1920) 


Stan Mills 


HB-E 


Akron (1924) 



118 



Terpros 



Dick Modzelewski 


DT 


Ed Modzelewski 


FB 


Tommy Mont 


QB 


Bob Morgan 


T 


Joe Moss 


T 


Chip Myrtle 


LB 


Ed Nickla 


G 


Dick Nolan 


DB 


Jack Norris 


E 


Ned O'Donnell 


QB 


Neal Olkewicz 


LB 


Dave Pacella 


G-C 


Al Pastrana 


QB 


Bob Pellegrini 


LB 


Phil Perlo 


LB 


Dan Plocki 


K 


Warren Powers 


DE 


Rob Raba 


TE 


Don Ratliff 


DE 


Frank Reich 


QB 


Guy Roberts 


LB 


Walter Rock 


T 


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) 

Pittsburgh (1990- 

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 has earned plaudits as a Redskin. 

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 (1989-90) 

Irvin Smith DB NY Jets (1989-90) 

Jerry Snyder HB NY Giants (1929). Staten Island (1930) 

Ron Solt G Indianapolis (1984-88), Philadelphia 

(1988-92). Miami (1993- 

Chad Sydnor DB Chicago (1989) 

JohnTice TE New Orleans (1983-91), Minnesota (1991- 

MikeTice TE Seattle (1981-88). Washington (1989-90) 

Steve Trimble DB Denver (1981-83) 

Billy Van Heusen SE-P Denver (1968-76) 

EdVereb HB Washington (1960) 

Kevin Walker LB Cincinnati (1988-92) 

Ron Waller HB-KR LA Rams (1955-58). LA Chargers (1960) 

Larry Webster DT Miami Dolphins 

Randy White DT-LB Dallas (1975-88) 

Walter White TE Kansas City (1975-79) 

Eric Wilson LB Buffalo (1985-86) 

Tim Wilson RB-TE Houston (1977-82). New Orleans (1983-84) 

Elmer Wingate DE Baltimore (1953) 

John Wright FB Baltimore (1947) 

KervinWyatt LB NY Giants (1980) 

Scott Zolak QB New England Patriots (1991- 



Mike Sandusky was a dominating tackle (or the Pittsburgh Steelers 
from 1957-65. 



1994 NFL DRAFT 

Mark Sturdivant - Miami (Free Agent) 
Mark Mason - Dallas (Free Agent) 



119 



Terp Paradigms 



Stan Jones 

National Football League 
Hall of Fame 

Stan Jones was the starting right 
tackle on the Terps 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 
All-Amencan honors that season and 
was chosen the "Outstanding College 
Lineman of 1953" by the College 
Football Coaching Board. 

Following his All-Amencan career 
as a Terp, he served 13 years in the 
National Football League. He played 
for the Chicago Bears for 12 seasons 
and finished his career as a 
Washington Redskin. 

"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 astronomy, physiology, and 
weight training, I received a great 
education. I couldn't have picked a 
better place to go - they picked me, 
and there was not a better place to 
be." 

He was inducted mto the National 
Football League Hall of Fame on July 
27, 1991. 

Dick Modxelewski 
National Football 
Foundation College 
Hall of Fame 

Through three All-Amencan 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 playmg 
days at Maryland he was one of the 
bigger collegiate lineman during the 
early 1950s. He was the second Mo at 
Maryland, so he had to be "Little" to 
his older brother Ed, "Big Mo." 

Dick Modzelewski played three 
years as a defensive back for the 
Terps, on the great teams which 
were 24-4-1. He would become 
Maryland's first winner of a major 
national honor when he earned the 
Outland trophy as the nation's top 
lineman in 1952. 

Throughout his career at 
Maryland, the Terps fashioned a 
22-game unbeaten streak, "he "Little 
Mo" led defense allowed only 147 
points, with only four teams scoring 
better than one touchdown and six 
being shutout. In his three seasons, 
the Terps were beaten only four 
times 



At the end of his senior season, 
Modzelewski was named to every 
AU-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. Smce then, he spent his 
life in the National Football League, 
splitting 14 seasons with the 
Redskins, Pittsburgh Steelers, and 
eventually becoming an All-Pro with 
the New York Giants and Cleveland 
Browns and playing on NFL 
championship teams with the Giants 
(1956) and Browns (1964). After his 
retirement as a player, he became a 
defensive line coach, helping the 1982 
Cincinnati Bengals mto the Super 
Bowl. 

He was inducted mto the National 
Football Foundation College Hall of 
Fame in 1993. 

lack Scarbath 

National Football 
Foundation College 
Hall of Fame 

Jack Scarbath is an integral part of 
Maryland football history. In his first 
start, the All-Amencan quarterback 
scored the first touchdown in the new 
Byrd Stadium, a 21 -yard run, m 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 in 1951. In 
that time, he rewrote the Terrapin 
record books. Scarbath completed 125 
of 260 passes for 2,287 yards, an 
average of 18.3 yards per completed 
pass. 

Following his semor season, 
Scarbath finished as the runner-up to 
Oklahoma's Billy Vessels m the voting 
for the Heisman Trophy, was a first 
team All-Amencan quarterback and a 
first-round draft choice of the 
Washington Redskins. 

He was inducted into the National 
Football Foundation College Hall of 
Fame in 1983. 



Jim Tatum 

National Football 
Foundation College 
Hall of Fame 

In a bnef time as a college football 
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, 1953 national championship, 
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 a Sugar Bowl victory in 
1953 and 10-0 regular season records 
m 1953 and 1955 before both teams 
were upset by Oklahoma in the 
Orange Bowl. The 1953 team was 
declared the college national 
champions. 

Maryland enjoyed enormous 
success and have yet to regain the 
national heights of Jim Tatum's 
team's of the early 1950s. Tatum left 
Maryland to return to his alma mater, 
North Carolina, m 1956. 

He was inducted mto the National 
Football Foundation College Hall of 
Fame m 1984. 

Bob Ward 

National Football 
Foundation College 
Hall of Fame 

Bob Ward weighed all of 165 
pounds throughout his four-year 
playing career at Maryland, and even 
in the early 1950s, that was no size 
for a lineman. Especially a lineman 
who as a first team All-Amencan 
middle guard as a junior m 1950, and 
a first team offensive guard as a 
senior in 1951. 

The forte of the Maryland teams in 
the early 1950s was consistency, a 
winning consistency. Head Coach 
Bob Ward's four teams were a 
combined 32-7-1, including two bowl 
victones (1949 Gator over Missoun, 
1951 Sugar over Tennessee to 
complete a perfect 10-0 season). Bob 
Ward was the heart and soul of those 
teams. 

The awards and honors Ward 
earned as a Maryland players belie 
physical stature, but speak volumes 
about the man. He was the MVP of 
the 1949 Gatot Bowl, Maryland's first 
bowl victory He is the only player 
ever top earn All-Amencsn honors as 



both an offensive and defensive 
position player. He earned Southern 
Conference Player of the Year Honors 
as a semor and was chosen Lineman 
of the Year by the Washington 
Touchdown Club and the 
Philadelphia Sportswriters 
Association 1951. 

Ward was inducted mto the 
National Football Foundation College 
Football Hall of Fame in 1980. 

Randy White 

National Football 
Foundation College 
Hall of Fame 

National Football League 
Hall of Fame 

Lombardi and Outland 
Trophy Winner 

Randy White changed the look of 
football 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 m an 
opponent's backfield before a 
quarterback could make a hand-off. 

In 1974, White cleaned up the 
college football awards plate. He was 
honored with the Outland and 
Lombardi trophies as the top 
collegiate lineman, the Atlantic Coast 
Conference Player of the Year, was a 
unanimous first team All-Amencan 
choice, named the Delaware (his 
home state) Athlete of the Year, and 
named the Amateur Athlete of the 
Year by the Philadelphia 
Sportswnter's Association. 

He was the first round draft 
choice of the Cowboys, the second 
player selected in the entire draft. 
White was an All-Pro throughout his 
career and shared Super Bowl MVP 
honors with Cowboy Teammate 
Harvey Martin when Dallas defeated 
Denver m Super Bowl XU. 

No one else will wear "94" at 
Maryland' Randy White's number has 
been retired. 

He was inducted in the National 
Football Foundation College Hall of 
Fame and the National Football 
League Hall of Fame in 1994. 



120 



Terp Bowls — The Gator in 1948, 1950 



GATOR BOWL- JACKSONVILLE. FL - 1/1/48 




Halfback Lu Gambino, who was inducted into the Gator 
Bowl Hall of Fame in 1992, ran for 165 yards on 22 carries 
as Maryland played in its first-ever bowl game. 

Maryland 7 13 = 

Georgia 7 13 = 

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 - Gen 4 run (kick failed); G - Donaldson 9 pass from Rauch (Gen 
kick). 



20 
20 



First Downs 
Yards Rushing 
Yards Passing 
Total Yards 
Passing 
Punts-Average 
Fumbles-Lost 
Penalties-Yards 



TEAM STATISTICS 
Maryland 

16 

247 

127 

374 
7-14-1 
5-44.2 

0-0 

5-66 



Georgia 

19 
219 
187 
406 
12-20-1 
4-40.0 
2-1 
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.; Gen 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 stoned history of the bowl. 
A young Maryland team, underdog to an expenenced 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 Tenapms. 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's 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 








Halfback Bob Shemonski scored two touchdowns during 
Maryland's 20-7 victory over Missouri in the 1950 Gator 
Bowl. 



Maryland 
Missoun . . 



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 (Glonoso kick) 



First Downs 
Rushing Yards 
Passing Yards 
Passing 
Punts-Average 
Fumbles-Lost 
Penalty Yards 



TEAM STATISTICS 
Maryland 

11 
266 

16 
2-17-1 
7-39.0 

1-1 

63 



Missouri 
13 
100 
167 
11-29-3 
3-38.0 
5-5 
10 



Three times m the first half Missouri turned the ball over and all three times 
Maryland took it m for touchdowns as the Tenapms 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 
Modzelewski scored on a three-yard run to give the Terps a 13-0 lead and 
Shemonski capped Maryland's scoring later m the second quarter with a six 
yard touchdown run. 



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 



121 



Bowls — The Sugar in 1952, The Orange in 1954 



SOGAR BOWL - NEW ORLEANS, LA - 1/2/32 

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ORANGE BOWL- MIAMI, FL - 1/1/54 

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Quarterback Jack Scarbath (Dark Jersey, #62) led 
Maryland to the upset victory over No. 1 ranked 
Tennessee in the 1952 Sugar Bowl. Scarbath guided 
Maryland to three touchdowns and an insurmountable 
21-6 lead in the Orst half. 



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 Nc-vland. Buoyed by the running of Ail-American 
fullback Ed "Mighty Mo" Modzelewski (153 yards on 28 carries) 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. 




Maryland's Vic Gilona stops a Oklahoma runner during 
the 1954 Orange Bowl. The Terps won the national 
championship with a perfect 10-0 regular season record 
that year. 



Maryland 








7 


14 


7 = 28 


Maryland 




= 


Tennessee 











6 


7 = 13 


Oklahoma 




7 = 7 


M - Fullerton 2 run (Decker kick) 


M - Shemonski 7 pass 


from 




- Gngg 25 run (Leake kick) 




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 


TEAM STATISTICS 
Maryland 

13 


Oklahoma 

10 






TEAM STATISTICS 








Rushing Yards 


176 


208 








Maryland 






Tennessee 


Passing Yards 


36 


22 


First Downs 






18 






12 


Return Yards 


25 


7 


Rushes - Yards 






64-289 






35-81 


Passing 


5-12-0 


4-6-1 


Passing Yards 






63 






75 


Punts - Avg. 


5-29.0 


7-31.3 


Return Yards 






29 






16 


Fumbles - Lost 


1-1 


2-2 


Passing 






7-13-1 






9-19-4 


Penalties - Yards 


- 15 


-45 


Punts - Avg. 






8-38 






7-43 




INDIVIDUAL LEADERS 




Fumbles - Lost 






7-1 






2-2 


PASSING: 






Penalties - Yards 






12-120 






2-20 







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. Burns, 3 for 17 yds. 

RUSHING: 

Maryland - Felton, 10 for 51 yds. 

Oklahoma - Gngg, 13 for 89 yds.. 1 TD. 

Attendance - 68,718 

The Terrapins took another undefeated (10-0) record and the nation's No. 1 
ranking m their second Orange Bowl visit in three years, and again played 
Oklahoma The Sooners, completely unawed by the Terps National 
Championship team, staged a second quarter land rush to score the only score 
on a 25-yard spnnt by team captain and halfback Larry Gngg. The Terrapins 
suffered a maior setback when All-Amencan Bemie Faloney could not start 
because of severe ankle in]ury. He entered the game in the 3rd quarter for 
five plays, but was unable to contmue. 



122 



Terp Bowls — The Orange in 1956, The Peach in 1973 




Running back Ed Vereb ran for a game high 108 yards 
and one touchdown versus Oklahoma in the 1956 Orange 
Bowl. 



Maryland 6 

Oklahoma 14 6 

M - Vereb 15 ran (kick failed); - McDonald 4 ran (Pnces kick); - 
O'Neal 1 ran (Pnces kick); - Dodd 82 interception return (kick failed). 



6 
20 



Fust 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 - Bums, 2 for 28; Prices, 1 for 19. 

RUSHING: 

Maryland - Vereb. 8 for 108, 1 TD; Perlo, 6 for 22. 

Oklahoma - Harris, 9 for 63; Bums, 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 




Tight end Waiter White caught two passes for 106 yards 
and one touchdown as Maryland played Georgia in the 
1973 Peach Bowl. 



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; Bums, 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, scoring in 
the third after recovering a Terp fumble. Seven times, the Terrapins 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. 



123 



Terp Bowls — The Liberty in 1974, The Gator in 1975 



LIBERTY BOWL - MEMPHIS, TN - 12/16/74 




Quarterback Bob AveUini threw for 158 yards and 
tailback Louis Carter rushed 22 times for 65 yards as 
Maryland played Tennessee in the 1974 Liberty Bowl. 



Maryland 




n 


3 = 3 


Tennessee 





e(Tov 


7 = 7 


M - Mike-Mayer 28 FG; T - 


- Seivers 1 1 pass from Wallac 


rasend kick) 




TEAM STATISTICS 








Maryland 




Tennessee 


First Downs 


16 




15 


Rushes - Yards 


42-108 




54-173 


Passing Yards 


158 




65 


Return Yards 


76 




65 


Passing 


15-24-2 




7-16-0 


Punts - Avg. 


6-41.0 




7-39.0 


Fumbles - Lost 


3-3 




4-2 


Penalties - Yards 


4-63 




8-69 



INDIVIDUAL LEADERS 
PASSING: 

Maryland - AveUini, 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 dnve and an apparent 
20-yard TD winning reception was ruled out of bounds. 



GATOR BOWL - JACKSONVILLE, FL - 12/29/75 




right end Kim Hoover caught two passes for 24 yards 
and the winning touchdown in the first quarter as the 
Terps defeated Florida, 13-0, in the 1975 Gator Bowl. 



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 

Florida - Lecount, 1 for 25; Enclade, 1 for 8 

RUSHING: 

Maryland - Atkins, 20 for 127; Jennings. 9 for 53 

Florida - DuBose, 18 for 95; Green, 13 for 31; Fisher, 6 for 21 

The ACC champion Terrapins 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 Larry Dick 
and 20-yard field goal by Mike Sochko for a 10-0 half time lead. Sochko added 
a 27-yarder in the fourth quarter. It was the first Terp win over a SEC team 
smce 1955. The Gators went into the game (9-2) as the SEC's total offense 
leader. 



124 



Terp Bowls — The Cotton in 1977, The Hall off Fame in 1977 



COTTON BOWL - DALLAS, TX - 1/1/77 




Kicker Mike Sochko kicked three extra points but 
Maryland's undefeated season was lost as Houston 
defeated the Terps in the first ever meeting between the 
two teams. 



Maryland 
Houston . 



7 7 7 = 21 

21 6 3 = 30 



H - Thomas 11 run (Coplin kick); H - Blackwell 33 run (Coplin kick); H - 
Blackwell 1 run (Coplin kick); M - Manges 6 run (Loncai kick); H - Bass 33 
pass from Davis (kick failed); M - Sievers 11 pass from Manges (Sochko 
kick); M - Wilson 1 run (Sochko kick); H - Coplin 28 FG 





TEAM STATISTICS 






Maryland 


Houston 


First Downs 


17 


20 


Rushes • Yards 


40-120 


64-320 


Passing Yards 


179 


108 


Return Yards 


13 


5 


Passing 


17-32-0 


5-8-0 


Punts - Avg. 


6-44.0 


4-36.0 


Fumbles - Lost 


1-1 


4-3 


Penalties - Yards 


8-80 


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 - Scon, 1 1 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 




Running back George Scott gained 75 yards on 24 carries 
and scored two touchdowns to lead Maryland to a come 
from behind victory over Minnesota in the first ever Hall 
of Fame Bowl. 



Maryland . . 
Minnesota . 



3 14 = 17 
7 0=7 



Minn - Barber 1 run (Rogind kick); Md - Sochko 32 FG; Md - Scott 2 run 
(Sochko kick); Md - Scott 1 run (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 - Anhom, 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 cntics 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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wis — The Sun in 1978, The Tangerine in 1980 



BOWL - EL PASO, TX - 12/23/70 




TANGERINE BOWL - ORLANDO, FL - 12/20/00 



Running back Steve Atkins became one of only four 
Terps to run for over 1,000 yards in a season in leading 
Maryland to the 1978 SunBowl. 

Maryland = 

Texas 21 7 14 = 

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; Carinci, 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 12i; 

The Jones boys, " "Jam" and "Ham" scored five of Texas' six 

touchdowns, three le first quarter. The loss, before a national television 
audience and a rec Si n Bowl crowd of 33,122, was the worst m Coach 
Jerry Claiborne's seven years at Maryland. The Terps had scored in 95 
consecutive games, 82 of the games since Claiborne's arrival in 1972 It was 
the third longest streak in the nation. 




Tailback Charlie Wysocki ran for 159 yards and one 
touchdown but Florida scored the final 21 points of the 
1980 Tangerine Bowl to defeat the Terps, 35-20. 



Maryland . 
Florida ... 



3 6 11 = 20 

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 kick). 





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.; Milkovich, 1 for 3, 26 yds. 

Florida - Peace, 20 for 24, 271 yds., 1 Int. 

RECEIVING: 

Maryland - Havener, 4 for 83; Sievers, 3 for 24. 

Florida - Collinsworth, 8 for 166, 2 TD's; Young, 8 for 66. 

RUSHING: 

Maryland - Wysocki. 39 for 159, 1 TD; Fasano. 3 for 13. 

Florida - Brown, 16 for 71, Peace, 6 for 12. 

Attendance - 52,541 

This was Maryland's first appearance in the Tangerine Bowl, played before a 
record crowd, 52,541 fans. The Terps were behind 14-9 at halftime, with their 
points coming on three Dale Castro field goals After Maryland took a 20-14 
lead with five minutes gone in the third quarter, the Gators scored the next 21 
points. Castro's fourth field goal in the third quarter tied the bowl record. 



126 



Terp Bowls — The Aloha in 1982, The Citrus in 1983 



ALOHA BOWL - HONOLULU, HAWAII - 12/25/82 







Quarterback Boomer Esiason passed for 251 yards and 
one touchdown as Maryland played Washington in the 
inaugural Aloha Bowl. 



Maryland 6 6 8 = 2C 

Washington 7 7 7 = 21 

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 11 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 pomts with 3:39 left in 
the game. Jess Atkinson failed on a 32-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. 



CITRUS BOWL - ORLANDO, FL - 12/17/83 




fiunning back Willie Joyner keyed Maryland to a fourth 
quarter lead but Tennessee scored two touchdowns in 
the final 10 minutes of the game to gain the victory. 

Maryland 3 6 11 3 = J 

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 


Tune 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 held goals for the Terps. 



127 



Terp Bowls — The Sun in 1984, The Cherry in 1985 



SUN BOWL - EL PASO, TX • 12/22/04 




CHERRY BOWL - PONTIAC, Ml - 12/21/05 










Fullback Rick Badanjek scored two second half 
touchdowns to lead Maryland to a come from behind 
victory over Tennessee in the 1984 Sun Bowl. Badanjek 
carried the ball 21 times for 90 yards during the game. 



Maryland 22 6 = 2 

Tennessee 10 11 6 = 2 

T - Jones 2 run (Reveiz kick); T - Reveiz 24 FG; T - Reveiz 52 FG; T - 
McGee 6 pass from Robinson (McGee pass from Robmson); 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; Robinson, 8 for 43. 

Attendance - 50,126 

The fantastic comeback year. Trailing the Volunteers 21-0 at halftime, the 

Terrapins showed comini ick from halftime deficits was nothing new. They 

erupted for 22 third quarte oints and a fourth quarter score with 5:35 left to 

play for the win. It was or . .ovember 10, they had fallen behind Miami, 31-0, 

at halftime but rallied for a 42-40 victory m 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. 



Tight end Ferrell Edmunds caught two passes for 56 
yards as Maryland rolled up 223 passing yards and 
defeated Syracuse in the Cherry Bowl. 

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 - Yards 


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; Grimes, 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 points in the second quarter to take a 28-10 halftime lead. Each 
team then scored once in the third quarter. Quarterback Stan Gelbaugh, m his 
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. 



128 



Terp Bowls — The Independence in 1990, Ranked Terps 



INDEPENDENCE BOWL - SHREVEPORT, LA - 12/15/90 



United Press International 




34 
34 



Quarterback Scott Zolak led Maryland to a pair of fourth 
quarter touchdowns, the second coming with 52 seconds 
remaining, as the Terps were tied by Louisiana Tech in 
the Independence Bowl. 

Maryland 14 6 4 

Louisiana Tech 14 14 6 

M - Jackson 1 ran (DeArmas kick); M - Jackson 2 ran (DeArmas tack); LaT ■ 
Richardson 5 run (Boruol tack); LaT • Davis 3 ran (Bomol tack); LaT - Richardson 1 
ran (Bomol tack); M - Jackson 11 ran (tack failed); LaT • Slaughter 11 pass from 
Johnson (Bomol tack); LaT - Bomol 36 FG; M - Mason 28 pass from Zolak (DeArmas 
tack); M • Johnson 15 pass from Zolak (DeArmas tack); LaT • Bomol 29 FG. 
TEAM STATISTICS 

Maryland Louisiana Tech 

25 16 

150 191 

254 115 

404 306 

18-29-3 11-18-1 

1-34.0 4-37.3 

3-1 1-1 

6-53 9-88 



First Downs 
Yards Rushing 
Yards Passing 
Total Yards 
Passing 
Punts-Average 
Fumbles-Lost 
Penalties-Yards 



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, 1JD 

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 m hand if it could hold the Techsters out of 
field goai range. Maryland failed to stop them and with no time remaining a field 
goal was kicked from 29 yards. High points for Maryland were Troy Jackson's three 
TDs, the running of Mason and the pass catching of Johnson. 



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 



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 

l.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. Perm 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. Perm 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 

Arizona State 

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 



. Bngham Young 
Washington 
Nebraska 
. Boston College 
. Oklahoma State 
Oklahoma 
Flonda 
8 SMU 
9. USC 

10. UCLA 

11. MARYLAND 

12. Ohio State 

13 South Carolina 
. Auburn 
. Iowa 
LSU 

. Virginia 
. West Virginia 
. Kentucky 
Flonda 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. Flonda State 

14. Alabama 
15 Baylor 

16. Fresno State 

17. Bngham Young 

18. Georgia Tech 

19. MARYLAND 
2C LSU 



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1949 


1951 




1952 




1953 




1954 




1955 


1. Notre Dame 


1. Tennessee 


1. 


Michigan State 


i. 


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. 


Wisconsm 


11. 


Texas 


11 


Miami (Fla.) 


11. 


Pittsburgh 


12. Cornell 


12. California 


12. 


Tulsa 


12. 


Texas Tech 


12 


West Virginia 


12. 


Michigan 


13. Vulanova 


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 


20. Clemson 


20. 


Kentucky 


20. 


Michigan 


20 


Penn State 


20. 


Army 


Baylor 




















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. USC 


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 


20. Tennessee 


20. 


West Virginia 


20. 


Mississippi State 


20 


MARYLAND 


20. 


MARYLAND 


Tulane 


























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1984 


1985 




1982 




1983 




1984 




1985 


1. Bngham Young 


1. Oklahoma 


1. 


Penn State 


1. 


Miami (Fla.) 


1. 


3ngham 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. 


Florida 


9. 


MARYLAND 


9. 


UCLA 


10. USC 


10. Iowa 


10. 


Washington 


10. 


Clemson 


10. 


South Carolina 


10. 


Iowa 


1 1 . 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. 


Bngham 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 


<. 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. 


Florida 


25 


East Carolina 


25. 


Notre Dame 


25. 


Oklahoma State 



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Maryland Radio Network 

Play-by-Play Announcer 
Johnny Holliday 

Sports Anchor 
ABC Radio 
1717 Desales St ., NW 
Washington, DC 20036 
(202) 887-7630 
(202) 887-7682 (FAX) 

Football Analyst 
Gerry Sandusky 

WBAL-TV 
3800 Hooper Avenue 
Baltimore, MD 21212 
(410) 338-1750 
(410) 

Primary Madia Outlets 

Washington Post 
David Nakamuia 

Sports 

1150 15th St., NW 

Washington, D.C. 20071 

(202) 334-7350 

(202) 334-7685 (FAX) 

Sports Editor: George Solomon' 

Columnists: Mike Wubon 
Ken Delinger 
Tony Komheiser 

Baltimore Sun 
Paul McMullen 

Sports 

Calvert & Centre Sts 
Baltimore, MD 21203 
(410) 332-6200 
(410) 783-2518 (FAX) 
Sports Editor: Jack Gibbons 
Columnists: John Eisenberg 
Ken Rosenthal 

The Washington Times 
Karen Goldberg 
Sports 

3600 New York Ave, NE 
Washington, D.C, 20002 
(202) 636-3269 
(202) 529-7869 (FAX) 
Sports Editor: Mark Green 
Columnists: Tom Knott 
Dan Daly 

Fnnce George's Journal 
John McNamaxa 

Sr>orts 

9426 Annapolis Road 

Lanham, MD 20706 

(301) 731-8303 

(301) 731-8363 (FAX) 

Sports Editor: John McNamara 

Montgomery Journal 

Sports 

2 Research Ct. 

Rockville, MD 20850 

(301) 670-1427 

(301) 670-1421 (FAX) 

Sports Editor: Jeff Thoreson 



Terrapin Times 
Keith Cavanaugh 

P.O. Box 34405 
Bethesda, MD 20827 
(301) 530-7703 
(301) 530-7704 (FAX) 

Annapolis Capital 
Bill Wagner 

Sports 

2000 Capitol Drive 

Annapolis, MD 21404 

(410) 263-8576 

(410) 268-4643 (FAX) 

Sports Editor: Joe Gross 

Cumbeland Times 
Mike Burke 
19 Mechanic St. 
Cumberland, MD 21502 
(301) 722-4600 

Easton Star-Democrat 
Richard Midcap 

1 Airport Dnve 
Easton, MD 21601 
(301) 749-7171 

Frederick News Post 
Stan Goldberg 

Sports 

200 E. Patnck St. 

Frederick, MD 21701 

(301)662-1177 

(301) 662-8299 (FAX) 

Sports Editor: Stan Goldberg 

Hagerstown Morning Herald 
Bob Parasiliti 

100 Summitt Ave. 
Hagerstown, MD 21740 
(301) 733-5131 
(301) 714-0245 (FAX) 
Sports Editor: Bill Callen 

Hagerstown Daily Mail 
Larry Yanos 
100 Summit Ave. 
Hagerstown, MD 21740 
(301)731-5131 
(301) 714-0245 (FAX) 
Sports Editor: Larry Yanos 

Salisbury Times 
Rick Cullen 

P.O. Box 1937 
Salisbury, MD 21601 
(410) 749-7171 
(410) 

National Media 

Associated Press 

Dave Ginsburg 

Sports 

222 St. Paul Place 

Baltimore, MD 21202 

(410) 539-3524 

(410) 727-1550 (FAX) 

USA Today 
Sports 

P.O. Box 500 
Washington. D.C. 20044 
(703) 276-3714 
(703) 558-3901 (FAX) 



Student Media 

The Diamondback 
Tom Madigan 

Sports 

3136 South Campus Dining Hall 

University of Maryland 

College Park. MD 20742 

(301)314-8200 

(301) 314-8358 (FAX) 

Sports Editor: Tom Madigan 

Sports 
Rob Carlin 

WMUC Radio 

3130 South Campus Dining Hall 

P.O. Box 99 

College Park, MD 20742 

(301) 314-7866 

(301) 314 

Sports Director: Rob Carlin 

Radio Outlets 

WBAL - Sports 
Jim West 

3800 Hooper Ave 
Baltimore, MD 21211 
(410) 338-6594 
(410) 338-6675 (FAX) 

WCBM - Sports 
Stan Charles 

68 Radio Plaza 
Owings Mills, MD 21117 
(410) 356-3003 

WFMD - Sports 

P.O. Box 151 
Frederick, MD 21701 
(301) 948-8521 
(301) 663-5494 (FAX) 

WMAL - Spcrts 

Tim Brant/Ken Beatrice 

4400 Jenifer St. 
Washington, D.C 20015 
(202) 895-2367 
(202) 537-0009 (FAX) 

WRC - Sports 
Johnny Holliday 

8121 Georgia Ave. 
Silver Spring, MD 
(301) 587-4900 
(301) 587-2458 (FAX) 

WTEM - Sports 
Andy Pollin 

11300 Rockville Pike 
Rockville, MD, 20852 
(301) 770-5700 
(301) 881-8025 (FAX) 

WTOP-Sports 
Ken Albert 

4646 40th St. 
Washington. D.C.2O015 
(202) 895-5060 
(202) 895-5149 (FAX) 

WYST - Sports 
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1 1 1 Park Avenue 
The Penthouse 
Baltimore. MD 21201 
(410) 523-6900 
(401) 669-2127 (FAX) 



Television Outlets 

WBAL-TV 
Gerry Sandusky 

3800 Hooper Avenue 
Baltimore, MD 21212 
(410) 338-1750 

WBFF - Fox 45 
Bruce Cunningham 

3500 Parkdale Avenue 
Baltimore, MD 21211 
(410) 467-5595 
(410) 467-5093 (FAX) 

WHAG - TV Sports 
Ted Alexander 

13 E Washington St. 
Hagerstown, MD 21740 
(301) 797-4400 
(301) 745-4093 (FAX) 

WJLA - TV Sports 
Rene Knott 

3007 Tilden St., NW 
Washington, D.C. 20008 
(202) 364-7726 
(202) 362-1124 (FAX) 

WJ2- TV Sports 
John Buren/Chris Ely 
Television Hill 
Baltimore, MD 21211 
(410) 578-7522 
(410) 578-0642 (FAX) 

WMAR - TV Sports 
Scott Garceau/Keith Mills 
6400 York 

Baltimore. MD 21212 
(410) 377-7558 
(410) 

WMDT - TV Sports 
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P.O. Box 4009 
Salisbury. MD 21803 
(410) 742-4747 
(410) 742-5767 (FAX) 

WRC - TV Sports 

George Michael/Wally Bruckner 

4001 Nebraska Ave., NW 

Washington, D.C. 20016 

(202) 885-4451 

(202) 885-4002 (FAX) 

WTTG - Sports 
Steve Buckhantz 

5151 Wisconsin Avenue 
Washington, D.C. 20016 
(202) 895-3026 
(202) 895-3133 (FAX) 

WUSA - TV Sports 
Warner Wolf/Frank Herzog 
4100 Wisconsin Ave., NW 
Washington, D.C. 20008 
(202) 895-5600 
(202) 363-6472 (FAX) 

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MARYLAND FOOTBALL 



National Champions 1953 
Atlantic Coast Conference Champions 











Johnny HoUiday (right) is the Voice of the Terrapins in football and basketball; complementing him ideally in 1993 as expert analyst was 
Jerry Sandusky (middle). Sandusky returns along with Richie Harris, the sideline reporter, to team with HoUiday for a second straight year. 



The Voices of Maryland Radio 

Johnny HoUiday 

Play-by-Play 

Johnny HoUiday is a man for all Maryland seasons. As he enters his 
sixteenth year of play-by-play coverage of the Terrapin football and basketball 
teams, he has earned the title, "Voice of the Terps." 

Besides doing Maryland radio, Holliday also hosts the Mark Duffner and 
Gary Williams coaches shows on television, and handles a myriad of speaking 
duties within the Athletics Department - whether at banquets or alumni 
groups. 

Holliday's list of credits mcludes morning and afternoon sports reports 
heard across the nation on ABC Radio. He has also covered for ABC the 
Wmter and Summer Olympic games (1984, 1988 and 1992), the Masters Golf 
Tournament, championships boxing, professional football, and numerous 
college football bowl games. 

Holliday's announcing career allows him to lay claim to being Washington's 
most versatile broadcaster, and among the best nation-wide. Whether it be in 
radio, where he was named America's number one disc jockey during his 
rock'n roll DJ days, to his public address duties with the Cleveland Browns, 
Oakland Raiders, Golden State Warriors, to his work in Washington television 
for the Senators and Bullets, Holliday makes a complicated business look easy. 

Besides hosting the Maryland coaches television shows on Home Team 
Sports, the region's premier sports channel, he is also seen there as host of 
Redskin General Manager Charley Casserly's show and as host of ACC Sports 
Sunday. He also does special events for HTS that include baseball, tennis, 
basketball, and track and field. Just when there seems to be no end to his 
ubiquitous appearances on television, Holliday is among the most visible 
announcers in regional television advertising. 

A native of Miami, Fla., Holliday began his broadcasting career in Perry, 
Georgia, and through the years has worked in three of the nation's prime 
radio markets: New York City, San Francisco and Washington. 

As deep as his broadcasting expertise is, his expertise at raising money for 
charity might be better. Washmgtonian Magazine honored him as a 
Washingtoman of the Year for his many civic activities. His basketball and 
Softball teams, the Radio Wonders, have raised more than a million dollars for 
chanty. He is involved in Special Olympics, Catholic Charities, Operation 
Smile, and the Boy Scouts of America. He has served as television host for the 
Easter Seals, Muscular Dystrophy, March of Dimes, and Leukemia telethons. 



Johnny's show business career adds further to a unique resume. He was 
network announcer for variety shows, and was seen on ABC-TV's comedy 
senes, Good Morning World. He is seen regularly at the local Harlequin 
Theater performing lead roles in musical comedies - Carnival, The Music 
Man, Bye Bye Birdie, and 42nd Street among them For the latter show he 
was nominated for a Helen Hayes Award; he was also nominated for a Hayes 
Award for his lead role in Me and My Girl. 

Johnny and his wife Mary Clare are the parents of three daughters. Kellie 
is a physician along with her husband Steve; they reside in Bel Air, Maryland. 
Tracie is a Neo-natal nurse at Children's Hospital; her husband Chris is an 
attorney and they live in Kensington, Md. Moira is a freshman at Georgetown 
Visitation Prep School in Washington. 

Jerry Sandusky 

Color Analyst 

The choice seems obvious: Take a football player who grew up in a 
football family, who happens to man the sports desk for the Maryland region's 
largest CBS affiliate, and plug him into describing what's happenmg on the 
Maryland field of play. 

Jerry Sandusky's first year of teaming with the smooth Johnny Holliday 
brought in-depth understanding of what the Terrapins were domg agamst the 
nation's toughest slate of opponents. Sandusky brought alive the x's and O's, 
like a coach's son. 

John Sandusky is one of professional football's most respected coaches. 
Jerry grew up watching Dad coach the Baltimore Colts from 1959 to 1972, and 
he then moved to Miami to )oin former Colt head coach Don Shula. John has 
been with the Dolphins ever since, and serves as an Assistant Head Coach. 

Jerry Sandusky played two years of football and one of basketball for 
Towson State, and graduated in 1983 He went to WBAL-TV in 1988, the 
sister station to the Terp radio flagship. 

Richie Harris 

Sideline Reporter 

Richie Harris enters his second season as the voice from the sidelines, and 
from Maryland's post-game locker room. One of the great receivers in school 
history, he caught 56 passes as a Maryland senior in 1992 to rank second in 
the Atlantic Coast Conference. 

A native of Columbia, Md., Harris played for the Terp's for four years. He 
graduated in December of 1992, and works in the Athletics Department's 
Development Office 



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Schedule of Atlantic Coast Conference 

Football Games on 

Jefferson-Pilot Television 

After the October 8 game, weekly games will be selected 12 days 



in advance. 
September 3 
September 10 
September 17 
September 24 

October 1 

October 8 



Maryland at Duke Noon 

Florida State at Maryland Noon 

Clemson at Virginia Noon 

Wake Forest at Maryland Noon 
(Duke at Georgia Tech) 

Georgia Tech at N.C. State Noon 
(Maryland at Clemson) 

Georgia Tech at North Carolina Noon 

(Virginia at Wake Forest) 




The first commercially televised game 

The first regularly scheduled, commercially televised production as we 
know it today came 54 years ago on October 5, 1940, when coaches Jack 
Faber and Al Heagy took their Black and Gold to Philadelphia to play 
Pennsylvania at Franklin Field, At that game were two TV cameras with 
telescopic lenses and a set of announcers (no, Johnny Holliday was not there) 
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, engineers 
from Philco, Inc., and viewers m 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 and 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 game. 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 the Philco years 
was Castleman D. Chesley. Later he would become the genius behind 
televising Atlantic Coast Conference basketball, helping the league to 
dominate in televising it games before others thought of catching-up. 



Jefferson-Pilot's Television Voices 

Steve Martin 
PlayByPlay 

For the fourth consecutive year, Martin, the voice of the Charolotte Hornets 
of the NBA, will descnbe what's going on from Byrd Stadium to Doak S. 
Campbell Stadium and all ACC destinations in-between. 

Martin is Director of Broadcastmg for the Hornet's and served as Sports 
Director of one of the strongest Carolina broadcast signals, WBT Radio in 
Charlotte, He was selected Sportscaster of the Year twice-when he was 
covering Maryland assistant coach Peter McCarty as a student/athlete in 
Maine in 1980, and in 1989 in North Carolina. 

lack Corrigan 

Color Commentator 

All-Ivy split end Corngan, who roamed the playing fields above Lake 
Cayuga with Ed Mannaro as a Cornell undergraduate, will serve as color 
commentator for a seventh straight year. The television play-by-play voice of 
the Cleveland Indians for 10 years, Corngan maintains excellent time 
management skills. He finds time m his autumn scheudle to help with 
coaching Cleveland high school powerhouse St. Ignatius. 

Comgan graduated from Cornell, and served on the school's Board of 
Athletic Overseers. 



Mike Hogwood 
Sideline Reporter 



begins 



Hogwood, who is Sports Director of WFMY-TV in Greensboro. N.C, 
his sixth consecutive season as sideline reporter on the ACC Football 
Network. He also will be m his third season of hosting "ACC Football Today," 
the 30 minute show which precedes each game telecast. 

Hogwood, who is a f amili ar site during the winter circuit of ACC 
basketball games, was at one time the voice of the Birmingham Sallionsof the 
USFL, and the New Orleans Breakers. 



133 



s in the 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 m 
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 m 
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 fust 
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 
appearances 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 has set 1 1 ACC 
football records in twot years 
with its high-octane Run and 
Shoot offense. 



An Unequalled League of Excellence ... The Atlantic Coast Conference 



• ACC schools have won 50 
NCAA.& AIAW National 
Championships, including 
four in the 1992-93 academic 
year. 

• Three of the last four NCAA 
Basketball 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 m 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 m 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 



• Eight times in the last 13 
years the College Football 
Association (CFA) has 
awarded its Academic 
Achievement Award - 
signifying the highest 
graduation rates among its 
membership - to an Atlantic 
Coast Conference school. 

• More than 40 ACC 
student-athletes have been 
named first team Football 
Academic All- Americans. 



remams 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 ongmal Bowl Coali- 
tion was signed, the ACC has 
added two more bowl alhances. 
This winter, a third ACC team 
will compete m the Peach Bowl 
and a fourth league team will 
participate m 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 m the final regular 
season Associated Press poll, 
they must play the national 
championship game m 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 
11 different sports - football, 
men's basketball, women'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. 

• ACC schools won two 
National Football titles in 
four years (1990 and 1993). 



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. 



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Top Terps in the ACC, 1953, 1955 Champions 



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97 
187 
157 
172 
263 
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. Terp tackle Stan 
Jones earned consensus All-Amenca 
honors while teammate Bemie Faloney 
was named first team Academic All- 
Amenca. 



MARYLAND (3-0, 10-10) 

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 

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Team W L T Pts. Opp. W 

Maryland 4 105 26 10 

Duke 4 94 14 

Clemson 3 1 79 59 

North Carolina 3 3 90 102 

Wake Forest 3 3 1 105 100 5 

South Carolina 15 75 176 

North Carolina State 2 1 38 71 4 

Virginia 4 42 80 1 

•Lost Orange Bowl game 



ALL GAMES 
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2 
3 
7 
4 
6 
5 
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217 
196 
206 
117 
131 
120 
206 
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77 
95 
144 
218 
157 
209 
193 
201 



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 thud 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, 10-1-0) 

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 



135 



Top Terps in the ACC, 1974, 1975 Champions 



1974 








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- 
ln-a-row. Clemson's Bermie Cunningham, 
North Carolina's Ken Huff and Maryland's 
Randy White were consensus All- 
Americans. White, a semor defensive 
tackle, won both the Outland and 
Lombardi Trophies. 



CONFERENCE GAMES 

Team WIT 

Maryland 6 

Clemson 4 2 

North Carolina 4 2 

North Carolina State 4 2 

Duke 2 4 

Virginia 15 

Wake Forest 6 



Pts. Opp. W 



198 
130 
146 
145 
110 
61 
31 



35 
135 
115 
120 
136 
111 
169 



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5 

7 

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ALL GAMES 
T Pts. 



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316 
246 
364 
317 
201 
207 
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Opp. 

104 
250 
279 
241 
208 
239 
348 



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, 
tying 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 



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Pts. Opp. 



182 
131 
131 
145 
102 
119 
98 



73 
84 
115 
137 
141 
159 
226 



W 

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4 
7 
3 
2 
3 
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ALL GAMES 



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 (5-0, 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* 



136 



Top Teips 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 for 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 m the final AP poll was the first 
top 10 finish by an ACC team smce 1960. 



CONFERENCE GAMES 

Team W L T Pts. Opp. W 

Maryland 5 111 24 11 

North Carolina 4 1 144 102 9 

Wake Forest 3 3 124 118 5 

Duke 2 3 1 125 145 5 

North Carolina State 2 3 97 98 3 

t Virginia 14 40 111 2 

Clemson 4 1 76 123 3 



ALL GAMES 
L T Pts. 



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6 
5 
7 
9 
6 



'Lost Cotton Bowl; "Lost Peach Bowl 
tLoss to Virginia Tech counted as conference game 



294 
243 
177 
234 
205 
106 
172 



Opp. 

115 
220 

206 
245 
258 
266 
237 



MARYLAND (5-0. 11-1) 

31 Richmond 7 

24 West Virginia 3 

42 Syracuse 28 

20 Villanova 9 

16 N.C. State 6 

17 Wake Forest 15 

30 Duke 3 

24 Kentucky 14 

21 Cincinnati 

20 Clemson 

28 Virginia 

21 Houston* 30 



1983 




Maryland claimed its first ACC title smce 
1976, finishing undefeated in 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 m the Flonda Citrus Bowl while 
the Tar Heels, m their fifth straight bowl 
game, lost to Flonda State, 28-3. in the 
Peach Bowl. 



CONFERENCE GAMES 

Team W L T 

Maryland 5 

North Carolina 4 2 

Georgia Tech 3 2 

Duke 3 3 

Virginia 3 3 

North Carolina State 15 

Wake Forest 15 

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154 
184 
147 
150 
145 
108 
150 



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117 
140 
183 
150 
159 
218 



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316 
337 
222 
246 
252 
236 
257 
338 



Opp. 

253 
216 
313 
350 
280 
246 
281 
200 



MARYLAND (5-0, 8-4-0) 

21 Vanderbilt 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 



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W 


L 


T Pts. 


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IV 


I 


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5 





204 


102 


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380 


280 


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2 189 


108 


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337 


216 


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125 


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274 


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91 


124 


6 


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205 


232 


Ga.Tech. 


2 


2 


1 114 


81 


6 


4 


1 296 


201 


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67 


162 


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128 


301 


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Maryland pocketed the championship for 
the second year in a row and earned their 
fifth outright crown over the past 1 1 
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 in 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 m NCAA 
Division IA football history. 



*Won Sun Bowl; "Won Peach Bowl 
tNot eligible for championship by conference action 



MARYLAND (5-0-0, 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 in 
a row and six m 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 in 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- Americans. 





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 


t6 


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 (6-0, 9-3-0) 

18 PennState 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 



138 



All-Terp, All-ACC 



1953 - FffiST TEAM 

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

- SECOND TEAM 
Bill Walker - End 
Bob Morgan - Tackle 
Ralph Felton - Back 

- THIRD TEAM 

John Irvine - Center 
Marty Crytzer - End 

- PLAYER OF THE YEAR 
Bemie Faloney - Back 

- COACH OF THE YEAR 
Jim Tatum 

1954 - FIRST TEAM 

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

- SECOND TEAM 

Bob Pellegrini - Guard 
John Irvine - Center 
-THIRD TEAM 
Jack Bowersox - Guard 

1955 - FIRST TEAM 

Mike Sandusky - Tackle 
Jack Davis - Guard 
Bob Pellegrini - Center 
Ed Vereb - Back 

- SECOND TEAM 
Bill Walker - End 
Russell Dennis - End 
Frank Tamburello - Back 

- PLAYER OF THE YEAR 
Bob Pellegrini - Center 

- COACH OF THE YEAR 
Jim Tatum 

- JACOBS BLOCKING TROPHY 
Bob Pellegrini - Center 

1956 - FIRST TEAM 

Mike Sandusky - Tackle 
Jack Davis - Guard 

- THIRD TEAM 

Gene Alderton - Center 

1957 - FIRST TEAM 

Ed Cooke - End 

Rod Breedlove - Guard 

- SECOND TEAM 

Gene Alderton - Center 

1958 -SECOND TEAM 

Fred Cole - Tackle 
Rod Breedlove - Guard 

1959 - SECOND TEAM 

Tom Gunderman - Guard 
Jim Joyce -Back 

1960 - FTRST TEAM 

Gary Collins - End 

1961 - FIRST TEAM 

Gary Collins - End 
Bob Hacker - Center 




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. 



- 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 - Lmebacker 

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 - Lmebacker 
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 Can - Linebacker 
Larry Seder - Guard 

- OFFENSIVE TEAM 

Mark Manges - Quarterback 
Ed 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 

Enc Wilson - Lmebacker 

1984 - OFFENSIVE TEAM 

Kevin Glover - Center 
Greg Hill - Wide Receiver 

- DEFENSIVE TEAM 

Al Covington - Safety 
Bruce Mesner - Guard 
Eric Wilson - Lme backer 

1985 - OFFENSIVE TEAM 

J. D. Maarleveld - Tackle 
Len Lynch - Guard 

- DEFENSIVE TEAM 

Al Covington - Safety 
Keeta Covington - 

Comer Back 
Chuck Faucette - 

Linebacker 
Bruce Mesner - Guard 

1986 - DEFENSIVE TEAM 

Keeta Covington - 

Comer Back 
Chuck Faucette - 

Lmebacker 
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 



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j&CC Ail-Acsdunic 


1979: 




Jan Cannci- Wmgback 




Kyle Lorton- Center 


George Palahunik- Guard 


Phil Livingston- Tackle 


John Irvine- Center 


Ralph Lary- Safety 




Jim Shaffer- Defensive End 


1955: 




Stanley Polyanski- Guard 


1980: 


John Healey- Halfback 


Kyle Lorton- Center 




Ralph Lary- Safety 


1956: 




Mike Sandusky- Tackle 


1981: 


Donald Healey- Tackle 
Tom Selep- Fullback 


Brian Riendenu- Guard 
Mike Mueller- Linebacker 




1982: 


1960: 


Joe Aulisi— Defensive End 


Dwayne Fletcher- Halfback 






1983: 


1961: 

Bob Hacker- Center 


Greg Harraka- Tackle 


Dick Novak- Quarterback 


1984: 




Greg Harraka- Tackle 


1963: 


Frank Reich- Quarterback 


David Nardo- Guard 


Richard Shure- Fullback 


1967: 


1985: 


Chuck Tine- Guard 


Dolph Tokarczyk- Tight End 


1968: 


1986: 


Ralph Fnedgen- Guard 


Mark Agent- Tackle 


1970: 

Pat Burke- Guard 


Richard Shure- Fullback 


John Soma- Tackle 


Steve Fromang- Center 


1987: 


Len Santacroce- Center 


Azizuddin-Abdur-Ra'oof- Wide 


Jerry Erhard- Wingback 


Reciever 


Scott Shank- Fullback 


Bob Arnold- Guard 




Ken Oberle- Tackle 


1972: 


Richard Shure- Fullback 


Jerry Erhard- End 


John Soma- Tackle 


1973: 


1988: 


Kim Hoover- Safety 


Ken Oberle- Tackle 


1974: 


1989: 


Tom Schick- Guard 


Dean Green- Wide Reciever 


Bob Avelliru- Quarterback 




Rick Jennings- Tailback 


1990: 


Phil Waganheim- Punter 


Barry Johnson- Wide Reciever 


Denck Harris- Tackle 


Chad Wiestling- Halfback 


Jim Brechblel- Defensive Back 


Rick Fleece- Noseguard 




Glenn Page- Lmebacker 


1975: 




Kim Hoover- Safety 


1991: 

Lubo Zizakovic— Tackle 


John Schultz- Wmgback 




Mike Cielensky- Defensive Back 


1992: 


1976: 


Marcus Badgett- Wide Reciever 


Scott Rosen- Safety 


Bob Raba- Tight End 




Gene Ochap- Center 


1993: 


Jonathan Claiborne- Safety 


Russ Weaver- Wide Reciever 


1977: 




Kenny Watson- Tackle 




Jonathan Claibrone- Safety 




Chris Ward- Defensive Back 




Ralph Lary- Safety 




1978: 




Glenn Chamberlain- Guard 




Scott Collins- Tackle 




Phil Livingston- Tackle 




Dean Richards- Wing, ick 




Joe Baldante- Defens: e Back 




Ralph Lary- Safety 




Joe Muffler -Defensive End 






V 




Ralph Lary followed three All-ACC Academic selections with 
distinguished service as an alumnus, serving as President of the M-Club. 







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Jim Brechbill, who is pictured here after having intercepted a 
Clemson pass, is one of only three Terrapins to win both All-ACC 
and Academic All-ACC. 



140 



Teiprominent, Department Directory 




Athletic Director's Office 

Athletic Director (301) 314-7075 

Joyce Taylor, AD's Secretary 

Dr. Suzanne Tyler, Senior Associate AD 314-7076 

Keith Inman, Acting Associate AD for Advancement 314-7077 

Jody McCurdy 314-1967 

Luke Glasgow, Certification 314-7081 

Academic Support Unit 314-7043 

Dr. Javaune Adams-Gaston, Director 
Liz Friedman Green 
Don Pearman 
Monique Gilliam 

Development 314-7077 

Keith Inman, Director of Development 
Richie Hams 
Manon Jones 
Lon Panko 

Terrapin Club 314-7018 

Ivan Meltzer, Director 
Melissa Whisnant 

M-Club 314-7014 

Greg Manning, Director 
Dotti Warren 

Athletic Medicine 314-9905 

Sandy Worth, Head Trainer 

Jim Weir 

Kevin McLaughlin 

Bill Saylor 

J.J. Bush 

Phyllis Sanders 



Business Office 314-7050 

Dwight Williams, Director 
Debbie Russell 
MaDonna Perry 
Brian Hendricks 
Phyllis Wallace 
Lisa Amick 

Equipment 314-7331 

Ron Ohnnger. Manager 
John Bowie 
Ron Fulton 
Pat Gallagher 

Golf Course 403-4299 

Tom Hanna, Director 
Glen McCloskey 
Ron Scales 
Jeff Vietmier, grounds 

Grounds Staff 314-7383 

Bunk Carter, Manager 
Bill Reinohl 

Operations & Facilities 314-7126 

Curt Callahan, Director 
Anne Byrdy 
Gary Parker 
Gib Romaine 

Sports Marketing 314-7073 

Neil Eskin, Director 
Patty Benfield 
Lee Corngan 
Lisa Speas 
Scott Peyser 

Ticket Office 314-7083 

Jack Zane, Manager 
Kyle Kravchuk 
Eloise Jones 
Tonya Wright 

Varsity Sports 314-7003 

Gothard Lane, Assistant Athletic 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 (mens & women's) 314-7457 

Field Hockey, Missy Meharg 314-3895 

Golf, Tom Hanna 403-4299 

Gymnastics. Bob Nelligan 314-7007 

Lacrosse (men's), Dick Edell 314-7114 

Lacrosse (women's), Cindy Timchal 314-4273 

Soccer (men's), Sasho Cirovski 314-41C1 

Soccer (women's), Apnl Heinnchs 314-7034 

Swunmmg and Diving (men's and women's). Jim Wenhold 314-7030 

Tennis (men's and women's) 314-7131 

Track and Field (men's and women's) 314-7457 

Volleyball, Janice Kruger 314-7009 

Wrestling, John McHugh 314-7134 



141 



ident, Dr. William E. Kirwan 



Or. William E. Kirwan 

University President 

With over 25 years of experience 
as a faculty member and 
administrator at the University, Dr. 
William English Kriwan was 
appointed President of the University 
of Maryland at College Park on 
February 1, 1989. Dr. Kirwan has 
played a major role in determining 
the direction of the university, and 
his ability to envision greatness for 
College Park is a valuable asset as 
the campus intensifies its drive to 
become one of the best public 
universities. 

Bom on April 14, 1938 in 
Louisville, Kentucky, Dr. Knwan, 56, 
has had a lifelong immersion m 
academia. In Lexington, where Dr. 
Kirwan spent his childhood on the 
University of Kentucky campus, his 
father, Dr. Albert D. Kirwan, began 
his career as a football coach, then 
became a history professor, dean of 
students, dean of the graduate 
school, and finally president of the 
university. His mother, Betty, was 
actively involved in the life of the 
campus and the community. 



As a young child, Dr. Kirwan 
became known as "Brit" in reference 
to his middle name, English, and he 
goes by that nickname today. Both 
he and his older brother, Denny, who 
holds a chair in oceanography at Old 
Dominion University, were 
enthusiastic sportsman as they grew 
up, and Dr. Kirwan received a 
football scholarship to UK. He 
graduated from Kentucky with 
honors in mathematics (1960), and 
received his M.S. degree (1962) and 
Ph.D. degree (1964) in mathematics 
from Rutgers University. 

Dr. Kirwan joined the mathematics 
department at College Park in 1964 
as an assistant professor. He was 
promoted to associate professor in 
1968 and full professor m 1972. He 
also served as a visiting lecturer at 
Royal Holloway College, University of 
London, in 1966-67 and returned to 
the University of London while on 
sabbatical leave in 1971-72. 

From 1977-81, he was chair of the 
mathematics department, which has 
been ranked among the top ten 
mathematics departments among 
public universities in the nation by 
the National Academy of Sciences, 



Board Of Regents 

George V. McGowan 

Chairman of the Executive Committee 
Queen Anne's County 

Ms. Margaret Alton 

Baltimore City 

The Honorable Mary Arabian 

Baltimore City 

Mi. Richard 0. Berndt 

Baltimore City 

Mr. Roger Blunt 

Montgomery County 

The Honorable Benjamin L. Brown 

Baltimore City 

Mr. Earle Palmer Brown 

Montgomery County 

Mr. Charles W. Cole, Jr. 

Baltimore County 

Mr. Frank A. Gunther, Jr. 

Baltimore City 

Dona M. Hogan 
Frederick County 

Ms. Ann Hull 

Prince George's County 
Mr. Mark Isreal 

Baltimore City 

Mr. Henry R. Lord 

Baltimore County 

Mr. Franklin P. Perdue 

Wicomico County 

Mr.Lewis R. Riley 

Anne Arundel County 



Ms. Constance M. Unseld 

Baltimore County 

Dr. Albert N. Whiting 

Howard County 

System Administration 

Dr. Donald Langenburg 

Chancellor 

John K. Martin 

Vice Chancellor lor Advancement 

Dr. George L. Marx 

Vice Chancellor for 
Academic Affairs 

Kenneth R. Stafford 

Interim Vice Chancellor for 
General Administration 

Coilege Park Campus 

Dr. William E. Kirwan 

President 

Dr. Jacob K. Goldhaber 

Acting Vice President lor Academic 
Affairs 

Charles F. Sturtz 

Vice President lor Administrative 
Affairs 

Dr. Kathryn Costello 

Vice President lor Institutional 
Advancement 

Dr. William L. Thomas, Jr. 

Vice Chancellor lor Student Affairs 




In 1981, Dr. Kirwan became vice 
chancellor for academic affairs, a 
position he held until 1988, gaming 
the additional title of provost m 
1986. For a brief time, from August 
to November 1982, he agreed to 
serve as mtenm chancellor until the 
arrival of Dr. John B. Slaughter, the 
new chancellor. When Dr. Slaughter 
resigned in August of 1988, to 
become the President of Occidental 
College, once again, Dr. Kirwan was 
tapped to head the campus during 
the search for a new president. 

Following the conclusion of a 
national search, Kirwan emerged as 
the top candidate, and, one 
February, 1, 1989, he was appointed 
president of the University of 
Maryland at College Park. (The title 
of chief executive officer at College 
Park was changed from chancellor to 
president on July 1, 1989 when the 
University of Maryland System was 
re-organized from five to 1 1 
institutions). 

Dr. Kirwan is known for his 
ability to see beyond the 
institution's day-to-day challenges, 
and for his talent as a consensus 
builder among the large and diverse 
campus community. Under his 
leadership, the university undertook 
a major restructuring of his academic 
organization, gomg from a divisional 
system to a more traditional system 
of schools and colleges. 
Subsequently, when the state's 
economic decline forced a reduction 
m this university's budget, he 
oversaw the streamlining of the 
university's academic offerings 
through the elimination of a college 
and 32 degree programs. 

Dr. Kirwan has played a pivotal 
role m all of the university's most 
significant initiatives such as: 
increasing emphasis on 
undergraduate education; raising 
admission standards while reducing 
undergraduate enrollment; 
increasing the number of merit 



scholarships and graduate 
fellowships; recruiting and retaining 
outstanding faculty; and exceeding 
the desegregation goals for the 
enrollment of black undergraduate 
students. 

Deeply involved in professional 
activities, Dr. Kirwan is the author of 
numerous research articles and was 
the editor of the Proceedings of the 
American Mathematical Society from 
1977 to 1985. He was the co-editor, 
with L. Zalcman, of Advances in 
Complex Analysis. Dr. Kirwan's 
membership in honorary and 
professional societies include Phi 
Beta Kappa, Phi Kappa Phi, Omicron 
Delta Kappa, Sigma Xi, and the 
American Mathematical Society. He 
has served on many university and 
civic committees and task forces. He 
chaired the Mathematical Sciences 
in the Year 2000 Committee, a task 
force appointed by the National 
Research Council (NRC) to improve 
mathematics education at the 
nation's universities durmg the next 
decade and he currently serves as a 
member of NRC's committee on 
science literacy. 

He is a member of the Board of 
Directors of the World Trade Center 
Institute, the Baltimore Council of 
Foreign Affairs and the Greater 
Washington Board of Trade. He also 
serves m the American Council on 
Education's Commission on Women 
m Higher Education and chairs the 
prince George's County Board of 
Education's Citizens Advisory 
Committee. 

Because of his contributions to 
higher education, he was named 
officer in the Order of Leopold n by 
the Belgium Government and 
selected to the University of 
Kentucky's Hall of Distinguished 
Alumni. 

Noted for his enormous energy 
and long work days, Dr. Kirwan 
regularly fmds time to teach an 
undergraduate class. Whenever 
possible, he schedules time to enjoy 
classical music concerts and tries to 
find and hour or two each week to 
escape to a convenient tennis court 
where he is known as an excellent 
and very competitive tennis player. 

Dr. Kirwan is married to Patricia 
Harper of Lexington, Kentucky. They 
have two children: a son, William E. 
Kirwan HI, 27, a Washington 
architect who earned his 
baccalaureate and master's degrees 
from the university and a daughter, 
Ann Elizabeth, 22, a senior 
journalism student at College Park. 



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Athletic Staff 




Dr. Suzanne Tyler 
Senior Associate 
Director of Athletics, 
Primary Women's 
Administrator 

Dr. Suzanne Tyler is at the heart 
of Maryland athletics. Her 20 year 
association with the University of 
Maryland has seen her serve the 
athletics department in almost every 
capacity imaginable. From coach to 
administrator to confidant of 
student-athletes. Tyler envelopes 
herself in red and white. 

Tyler currently serves the 
department as its Senior Associate 
Athletic Director and Primary 
Women's administrator. 

When Maryland needed an 
interim athletic director in 1990 to 
direct its 23 sport intercollegiate 
athletic program, Tyler answered the 



call She served m that capacity for 
nearly three months until the arrival 
of the new director. Andy Geiger. 

Her success has been 
extraordinary on both the athletic 
and academic levels. She is one of 
only a handful of coaches in history 
to win NCAA championships in two 
different sports -lacrosse in 1981 
and 1987 and field hockey in 1986 

Tyler performed double duty for 
the department in 1990 While 
serving as the chief athletic 
department administrator, she led 
the Terps' women's lacrosse team to 
the national championship game. 
She was named the women's 
lacrosse National Coach of the Year 
in 1984 and 1986. 

Her career reaches into the 
academic realm, as well. She has 
earned academic honors at each 
stage of her career - as an 
undergraduate at Northeastern 
University m 1969. in receiving her 
master's degree from Perm State in 
1972, and her Ph.D. from Maryland 
in 1986. 

She is currently a member of the 
NCAA Women's Volleyball 
Committee. 

Tyler and her husband Dermis 
Casey reside in Beltsville, Md. with 
their son Andrew and daughter 
Alexis. 




A. Keith Inman 
Acting Associate 
Athletic Director 
for Advancement 

Keith Inman, the athletic 
department's Director of 
Development for the past two years, 
was named interim Associate 
Athletic Director for Advancement m 
March. He oversees the offices of 
Sports Information, Marketing, 
Ticketing and Development. He is 
responsible for the running of the 
Terrapin Club and M-Club, the two 
graduate fund-raising arms of 
athletics. 

Inman has overseen substantial 
growth m annual giving monies as 
the Director of Development, and 
implemented many reforms 
regarding the management of the 



Terrapin Club, M-Club, Capital 
Campaign and Maryland Educational 
Foundation. He oversees all fund 
raising activities for athletics. 

Inman, 36, prepared for his more 
elaborate Maryland duties by holding 
several positions, including Ticket 
Manager, at the Umversity of 
Louisville A 1978 graduate of the 
school in biology, he worked as an 
alumni officer upon graduation, and 
after a stmt in the private sector, 
returned to Louisville m 1985. He 
was appomted Ticket Manager in 
1986, Assistant Executive Director of 
the Cardinal Athletic Fund and 
marketing assistant in 1988, 
Coordinator of Athletic Development 
m 1988, and Executive Director of the 
Cardinal Athletic Fund in 1989. He 
held that position for three years 
before bemg appomted Assistant 
Athletic Director for Development at 
Maryland in March of 1992. 

Keith and his wife Susan are 
expecting their first child. They live 
m Bowie, Maryland. 




i Athletic Trainer 

Sandy Worth begins her third year 
as the University of Maryland's 
Head Athletic Trainer. She was 
elevated to the position on July 1, 
1992. Worth has been a member of 
the athletic training staff at Maryland 
since 1973. 

As head trainer, Worth directly 
supervises the athletic training of the 
football team. She directs the 
operations of Maryland's 
state-of-the-art training room in the 
Football Team Complex which was 
constructed m 1992. 

Worth supervises and schedules a 
staff of five full-time assistants and a 
staff of student trainers, organizing 
the training responsibilities for each 
of Maryland's 23 intercollegiate sport 
programs. 

Worth served as associate athletic 
trainer before her appointment to the 
head trainer position. As associate 
trainer, she managed the mam 
training room in Cole Field House. 
She was responsible for 14 teams 
which mcluded the nationally 
competitive women's basketball, 
lacrosse and field hockey teams along 
with the wrestling and men's and 
women's 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 championships by the 
women's lacrosse team and one by 
the field hockey team. In addition, 
she was the trainer for the women's 
basketball team as it won eight ACC 
titles. 



Worth was the head trainer for 
the 1989 and 1993 U.S. Women's 
Lacrosse team which both won 
World Cup Championships. In 1993, 
she accompanied the team that won 
the championship in Scotland. 

Worth received her B.S. in 
physical education from Maryland m 
1973. She is a native of Timonium, 
Md., where she attended Dulaney 
High School. 

lim Weir 

Assistant Athletic Trainer 

Jim Weir begins his 24th year as 
an assistant tramer at the University 
of Maryland. He will assist Head 
Tramer Sandy Worth with football 
again this season; his 23rd year 
working with the sport. 

Weir is involved in all aspects of 
the athletic training and injury 
rehabilitation efforts for the football 
program. 

A Michigan native, Weir attended 
Olivet College before enlisting in the 
United States Navy in 1960. He 
served 10 years m the Navy as a 
hospital corpsman 2nd Class. Weu 
graduated from the Navy Physical 
Therapy Technical School. He 
worked as an assistant athletic 
tramer at the U.S. Naval Academy 
before coming to Maryland. 

Weir has worked with a number 
of championship sports during his 
tenure at Maryland. He has worked 
with rune football bowl 
championship teams including the 
1975 Gator, the 1977 Hall of Fame, 
1984 Sun and 1985 Cherry Bowls 
winners. In addition, he was the 
tramer the 1973 and 1975 NCAA 
Men's Lacrosse Championship teams 
and four ACC championship 
wrestling teams during the early 



1970s. He has enjoyed three different 
stints working with the wrestling 
teams for a total of 14 years. 

He and his wife Merlene have 
three children: James, Robert and 
Christina. 

Kevin McLaughlin 

Assistant Athletic Trainer 

Kevin McLaughlin begins his 
second year as a member of the 
University of Maryland Athletic Staff. 
McLaughlin assists with the year 
round football training duties and 
concentrates on working with the 
nationally ranked women's 
basketball team during the wmter 
months. 

McLaughlin came to Maryland 
from Loyola College in Baltimore 
where he had worked from 1990-93. 
While there, he worked with the 
women's soccer, women's basketball 
and nationally ranked women's 
lacrosse teams. He also worked 
closely with Loyola's club and 
intramural teams. 

He attended Towson State 
University where he earned his 
bachelor's degree m general studies 
in 1989. He went on to earn his 
master's degree m education from 
the University of Virginia in 1990. 

While at Towson, McLaughlin 
was a student tramer from 
1985-1989. He gamed extensive 
athletic training experience as he 
worked with Tigers' football, 
basketball and baseball teams. 

While at Virginia, McLaughlin 
served as a graduate assistant 
athletic tramer at Longwood College 
while earning his master's degree. 
While there he supervised ten 
student trainers and the daily 




The Training Staff: Andrea Freidkin, Randy Rocha, Patrick Gross, Assistant Trainer Kevin McLaughlin, 
Head Trainer Sandy Worth, Assistant Trainer Jim Weir, John Shay, Dana Coleman, Kristen Sorenson, 
Allison Khng. 



operations of the 14 sport training 
room. 

McLaughlin is a native of Long 
Island, NY. 

Dr. Stan Lavine 

Team Physician 

Dr. Stan Lavine, head orthopedic 
surgeon for Maryland's 23 
intercollegiate athletic teams, has 
roots that grow deep into Maryland's 
red clay. He first served the Terps as 
a football quarterback m 1948 and 
1949, and has since served the Terps 
from the medical profession. 

A native of Pittsburgh where he 
attended Schenley High School, Dr. 
Lavme 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 mtemed at 
hospitals m Philadelphia and 
Cleveland, served two years in the 
Air Force, and then began his 
orthopedic medical practice and 
work with Maryland's athletic teams. 

Dr. Lavine has attended all home 
football and basketball games and 
some road games and is on call at all 
times for 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 
Redskins (1975-85), and was there 
for two Super Bowls. He was the 
team physician for the Washington 
Bullets when they won the NBA 
Championship m 1978. Working with 
Lavine is Dr. Dave Linehan, another 
highly regarded orthopedic surgeon. 
Linehan worked at the University's 
Student Health Center before 
deciding to go mto orthopedic 
surgery. He has been associated 
with the University's athletic teams 
smce 1973. 

Supporting Lavine, Linehan and 
Head Tramer Sandra Worth on a day 
to day basis are Drs Scared 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 
specialists through Worth. 



144 



Terpads, Equipment 




Equipment Staff 



Ron Ohrmger is in his seventh 
year as the Terps' Head Equipment 
Manager. Ohrmger oversees the 
ordering, inventory, maintenance 
and distribution of all athletic 
equipment for the university's 23 
intercollegiate sport proc/rams. While 
managing the overall equipment 
operation for the entire department, 
Ohrmger concentrates on football on 
a day-to-day-basis. 

A native of Bethesda, Md., 
Ohnnger attended the University of 
Maryland. He received his bachelor's 
degree in journalism and public 
relations. While he was a student, 
he served as a football team student 
manager and was selected as the 
head student manager during his 
senior year. 

He has worked as a public 
relations assistant with both he 
Washington Redskins and 
Philadelphia Eagles of the National 
Football League, in addition to 
working for the Arena Football 
League and the minor league 
Alexandria Baseball Dukes. 

Ohringer was married on 
November 28, 1992 to Amy Brennan. 
The couple resides in Burtonsville, 
Md. 

Ohringer manages a staff of one 
full-time and two part time 
assistants. John Bowie is in his first 



year as the full-time assistant while 
Ron Fulton and Pat Gallagher are 
part-time assistants. 

Bowie is in his fifth year with the 
program. Bowie's mam 
responsibilities surround the 
nationally ranked men's basketball 
team. He also assists with football 
and works with women's basketball, 
volleyball, wrestling, and men's and 
women's swimming teams. He is a 
1976 graduate of Bowie State 
University. Bowie is marned to the 
former Marsha Silver. The couple has 
two boys: Damn and Adnan. 

Fulton is entering his 23rd year m 
the Maryland equipment room. After 
spending 15 years with the Macke 
Corporation on campus he was hired 
as the head equipment manager in 
1972. Fulton retired after 16 years 
and now works part-time. 

Pat Gallagher, a 1994 Maryland 
graduate, is beginning his first year 
on the equipment staff. In addition 
to working with football, he will 
manage the equipment room in the 
varsity sports team house. He duties 
will include the sports of baseball, 
men's and women's soccer, men's 
and women's track and field and 
field hockey. While he was a 
student. Gallager was a team 
manager for the football team and 
the head manager during his junior 
and senior years. He received his 
bachelor's degree in government and 
politics. 




The Equipment Staff: Assistants John Bowie, Pat Gallagher and Ron Fulton; Equipment Manager Ron Ohrmger. 



145 



gers, Grounds 



grounds Staff 

Keeping Maryland's seven 
intercollegiate athletic fields 
playable is the responsibility of the 
grounds crew. William "Bunk" 
Carter and Bill Reinohl work to see 
that all of the Terps' student- 
athletes compete on fields that are 
well kept, consistent m quality and 
meet all NCAA and ACC playing 
standards. 

Carter, the head groundskeeper, 
is in his 33rd year at the University. 
He has spent his entire career caring 
for the athletic playing fields. Carter 
has worked for six athletic directors 
and eight football coaches. He has 
seen the Terps win six Atlantic 
Coast Conference football 
championships and play in 12 bowl 
games. 



Reinohl is in his 16th year on the 
staff, his 12th as a full-time 
employee. He began working on the 
playing fields as a student in 1979 
and was hired as a full-time 
employee in 1983. He earned his B.S. 
degree in agronomy in 1983 and 
earned his a second B.S. degree in 
conservation/resource development 
in 1987, both from Maryland. Reinohl 
is an accomplished lecturer, giving 
speeches regarding his fields of 
study. 

The grounds staff provides year 
round maintenance for six natural 
grass fields and one artificial turf 
facility. Their work includes a 
fertilization/herbicide program, 
pamting and stenciling fields for the 
various sports, stadium cleanup, and 
field upkeep and renovations. 




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. 




The Grounds Staff: Director Bunk Carter, Todd Boyle, Mac Wallace, 
and Assistant Director Bill Reinohl. 



The Terrapin was hoisted onto it's Byrd Stadium pedestal for the 
first time in September of 1992. 




Maryland practice fieli. ;, just beyond the Football Complex, had 
new Bermuda grass surfaces installed over the summer. Byrd 
Stadium has been regraded and also newly seeded with Bermuda. 



Maryland's new S2.5 million track and field/soccer complex 
features a newly sodded Bermuda grass surface, and on the track 
and field event areas and on the 400 meter track a state-of-the-art 
all-weather surface. Construction takes place into the fall of 1994. 



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Terrapin Club, M Club 



Terrapin Club, M Club combine 119 years of scholar/athlete support into single mission 



Two traditional graduate arms of Maryland Athletics, representing friends and alumni of 
athletics for a combined 119 years, are joining forces to meet the extraordinary needs of 
today's student-athlete. The Terrapin Club/Maryland Educational Foundation, which for 
48 years has been raising scholarship monies, and the M Club, the alumni letterwinners 
support group for 71 years, will now have common gift-giving levels and goal support of 
Maryland's 24 sport program. 




mum an 

The Terrapin Club/Maryland Educational Foundation 

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 1993-94, 
$2.3 million was raised by the M.E.F. from 3,600 members. 




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The M Club 

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 1500 active members at a time when 
facilties are being built, and additional funds are a 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 




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Front Row: Kanika Clay, Kaiyl Henry, Bree Wagner, Debbie Aawnson, Mikki Scarlotta, Soma Huntley, Gab Descoteau, Mariann Miceti, Advisor. Second Row. 
Lynn Romano, Takesba Miles, Nadine Holder, Gina Meawad. Third Row: Alisha Braveboy, Stacy Goodman, Eunice Greenaway, Michelle Murphy. Fourth 
Row: Kara Schmidt, Elisha Smith, Debra Nagan, SheUie Foels, Kristen Murphy. Fifth Row: Chirs Jodrie, Michael Frame, Scott Beatty, Peter Thornberg, Brian 
Norrie, Bee Karavangelos. 

The Maryland Spirit epitomizes The Spirit of Maryland 



The Maryland Spirit organization is a group of 30 selected student 
volunteers who provide recruiting, public relations and office support for the 
football program. The members of the organization commit to contribute 
service hours around their academic schedules, utilizing their personal skills 
and abilities. 

The members of the Spirit assist in recruiting within Athletic Department 
and NCAA regulations. Members are expected to provide recruits and their 
families with detailed information regardmg the university, the athletic 
department, the football program, the state of Maryland and its surrounding 



communities. Among the many functions of the Spirit are providing campus 
and football facility tours for prospective student-athletes and becommg role 
models for youth in health and charitable organizations. 

Officers for the 1994-95 academic year are Mariann Miceli (advisor), Soma 
Huntley (director), Bree Wagner (assistant director), Kinika Clay (coordinator), 
Karyl Henry (first assistant coordinator), Mikki Scarlotta (second assistant 
coordinator), Gab Descoteau (secretary/treasurer) and Debbie Aaronson 
(alternate officer). 



Team Security 



Food Service 





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Cpl. William Conaway 
Campus Police 



Cpl. David Ennis 
Campus Police 



1st Sgt. Joe Pruitt 
State Police 



Larry Donnelly 
Dining Services 



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IN THE PARK 



The University in the Park 



History of College 
Park 

Just after the 
American Revolution, the 
state of Maryland estab- 
lished its first two col- 
leges 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 disappear- 
ing within 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, created mainly for 
farmers' sons. The col- 
lege 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 institu- 
tion became a land-grant 
college, with small 
appropriations from 
Washington. The little 
college began to grow 
about 1900 when agri- 
cultural experiments 
began to bring prosperi- 
ty to Maryland, and 
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students to travel to Washington, D.C. and all of its 
surrounding areas. 

expanded its offerings 
into engineering, busi- 
ness and the liberal 
arts. In 1912 the old 
Gothic building burned, 
and the state provided 
modern structures. 
Women were admitted 
to the campus, and 
graduate work began. 
In 1920 the college com- 
bined 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 cham- 
pionships. In the 1950s 
and 1960s President 
Wilson H. Elkms main- 
tained the rapid growth, 
and College Park 
became one of the 
largest campuses in the 
nation. President 
Elkms. a Rhodes 



Scholar, transformed the 
institution's public image 
to one of high academic 
integrity. In the 1970s 
and 1980s the 
University's graduate 
and research programs 
flourished. In 1988 the 
General Assembly of 
Maryland combined six 
state colleges with the 
five campuses of the 
University of Maryland, 
and specifically charged 
College Park with the 
role of leadership in the 
revamped system. 




The National Archives n, which opened in January 
of 1994, offers a great research source for campus 
students. 



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The University in the Park 



Team Maryland: 
An academically- 
sanctioned 
outreach program for 
student/athletes 

University of Maryland 
student/athletes aren't 
just stars on the playing 
fields, but in the class- 
rooms of area schools as 
well. 

Since the fall of 1992, 
110 student/athletes have 
participated in Team 
Maryland, a program in 
which student/athletes 
involved in a variety of 
sports and academic 
fields travel to local 
schools to share positive, 
personal messages. The 
messages are based on 
the motto "You Can 
Make It Happen." 




Football co-captain 
Steve Ingram helps his 
new friend Albert put 
the ball through the 
hoop. Even though 
Ingram is kept extreme- 
ly busy through school- 
work nand practice, he 
still makes time to speak 
with area students 



The Team Maryland 
program began in the fall 
of 1992. Dr. Georgia 
Sorenson, director of the 
university's Center for 
Political Leadership, felt 
that putting academics 
and athletics together in a 
leadership program 
would benefit both the 
athletes and students in 
the community. 
Involvement in Team 
Maryland has increased 
each semester, and it 
remains the only academ- 
ically-sanctioned outreach 
program for student/ath- 
letes in the country. 

The student/athletes 
involved in Team 
Maryland take a course 
offered through the 
Behavioral and Social 
Sciences department's 
Center for Political 
Leadership and 
Participation. 
Participants must be of 
junior standing and carry 
a G.P.A. of 2.7 or greater. 
Members of the program 
receive professional 
speech training through- 
out the semester from 
Baltimore radio broad- 
caster Doug Roberts. 
This training provides 
Team Maryland members 
with the skills to speak 
with confidence not only 
now, but in their profes- 
sional careers as well. 

Team Maryland contin- 
ues to grow each semes- 
ter as more local schools 
learn about the benefits 
of the program. More 
than 14,500 elementary, 




After a motivational speech, former Terp wide receiv- 
er Richie Harris takes time to meet students at a local 
high school 



middle and high school 
students have listened to 
members of the team. 
Rotating groups of five 
student/athletes visit 
schools every weekday to 
talk about relevant topics 
such as drug and alcohol 
abuse and the prevention 
of teenage pregnancy. 
Football players such as 
Steve Ingram and Allen 



Williams stress the 
importance of academics 
and the need to feel good 
about oneself. Team 
members, along with 
coordinator Matt Haas, 
also lead sessions in 
which the students set 
weekly goals to be 
accomplished. 




Team Maryland 



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IN THE PARK 



The University in the Park 



Making the first year special at Maryland 

The University's First Year Focus program is 
designed to see that the new student gets off to a 
good start at College Park. It has three parts. 

■ To make sure the new student becomes acquaint- 
ed with the campus's most important resource-its fac- 
ulty-First Year Focus provides the student with the 
opportunity to study with a member of the faculty in 
a small class, appropriate for first year students, devot- 
ed to that faculty member's scholarly interests. 

■ The University invites the new student to partici- 
pate in an innovative program called Connections: 
Course Clusters, which enables them to enroll in a 
variety of thematically related courses, supplemented 
by a one-credit linking seminar. Course Clusters not 
only allows the new student to examine a given sub- 
ject intensely from a variety of disciplinary perspec- 
tives, but will also provide the opportunity to develop 
a network of friends who share intellectual interests. 

■ The Student Government Association arranges for 
the new student to participate in its First Year Books 
activities. SGA selects a noteworthy book which it 
hopes will be an intellectual starting point for the 
incoming class of students. Many courses adopt it and 
incorporate it into their curricula. The book inevitably 
becomes subject to campus-wide debate in seminars, 
lectures, and even performances. The new student's 
copy of the selected book is waiting at orientation. 

First Year Focus is designed to make the big univer- 
sity small, to allow the vast resources of a research 
university with some of the intimacy of a small college. 
The College Park Scholars Program and the University 
Honors Program also serve the same end. 

■ College Park Scholars is a new program designed 
to acquaint entering first-year students with the rich 
texture of academic life at the university. The program 
encourages students who share common intellectual 
interests to study together in courses organized 
around common themes and to live together in a 
selected residence hall. The Scholars program pro- 
vides a focus for study, advismg and a variety of edu- 
cational and social activities. 

■ The University Honors Program provides the uni- 
versity's most academically talented students a chal- 
lenging and exciting range of seminar-style classes, a 
close-knit community, and contact with outstanding 
faculty. Typically, freshmen and sophomores broaden 




their intellectual horizons in a wide variety of specially 
designed Honors seminars and Honors versions of reg- 
ular courses, most of which fulfill general education 
requirements. A Honors lecture series, a literary maga- 
zine as well as a vibrant social and cultural life comple- 
ment the academic offerings. Many of these activities 
take place m Anne Arundel Hall, the Honors Living 
Learning Center, which is the center of the Honors 
Program. 



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College Park Academic Support 



An insistence on doing well 



Towards a student-athlete'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 internships 



There is an insistence 
in the Maryland football 
program that student-ath- 
letes get a degree in a 
career field that will 
enhance their life after 
College Park. The insis- 
tence is underlined by 
Coach Mark Duffner and 
his staff, by the athletic 
administration, and by 
the Academic Support 
Unit of the Department of 
Athletics. 

Dr. Javaune Adams- 
Gaston, educator and 
clinical psychologist, is 
the Assistant Athletic 
irector for 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. 

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. 




Don Pearman's expertise includes seeing that worthy 
athletes continue their education beyond College 
Park. 



She was appointed to 
direct student counsel- 
ing in the athletic 
department in 1988. 

Dr. Adams-Gaston 
regularly provides time 
for individual student- 
athletes as educational 
advisor 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 
mentor ship. The school 
year begins for newly 
recruited student-ath- 
letes with not only an 
academic orientation 
program, but also a sem- 
inar on inter-acting with 
the news media by 
nationally known expert 
Kathleen Hessert. 

Assisting Dr. Adams- 
Gaston are three experi- 
enced assistants. 

John Bowman is 
Associate Director for 
Student Services for 
Academic Support. He 
returns to Academic 
Support after spending 
the past three years in 
the Office of 
Undergraduate 
Admissions. He had 
previously been Senior 
Advisor in Academic 
Support from 1987 
through 1991. He was 
also an Athletic Advisor 
in 1986 in the 




John Bowman returns to 
the Academic Support 
Unit this year. His expe- 
rience assisting student- 
athletes with their 
schoolwork makes him a 
valuable part of ASU. 

Department of 
Undergraduate Studies, 
and a coordinator in the 
campus's Intensive 
Education Development 
Program (1979-1986). 

A 1969 graduate of 
Oberlin, he earned a 
Master's in Education 
from Case-Western 
Reserve in 1976. 

Liz Friedman begins 
her fourth year as a full- 
time athletic department 
employee after four years 
of assisting student-ath- 
letes 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- 



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IN THE PARK 



College Park Academic Support 



munication between the 
ASU staff, the faculty, 
and student-athletes. 

Don Pearman is in his 
third year at College 
Park, but his experience 
in the University System 
numbers five years. He 
formerly was program 
director of the Meyerhoff 
Scholarships at the 
University of Maryland at 
Baltimore County cam- 
pus. A model program of 
minority recruitment in 
the fields of mathematics 
and science, the 
Meyerhoff program is 
widely emulated. In the 
ASU, Pearman is respon- 
sible for post-graduate 
scholarship endeavors, 
the unit's tutorial pro- 
gram, and he monitors 
six Varsity sports. 

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. 



Towards a good start 

The Academic Support 
Unit will teach an orienta- 
tion course for freshman 
student athletes 
(Education 108, 
Orientation to the 
University) to start the fall 
semester. The program 
will be taught by the 
Academic Support staff 
and concentrated on skills 
and development issues. 
The course is intended to 
make the transition to col- 
lege life user friendly. 

The program allows the 
newcomer to balance the 
dual responsibilities of 
academics and athletics in 
an unfamiliar environ- 
ment. Student athletes 
are taught organizational 
skills, which include note 
taking, time management, 
pro-active planning, learn- 
ing strategies, test-taking, 
and writing skills. 





Along with overseeing football player's educational 
and medical well-being, Dr. Javaune Adams-Gaston 
also counsels student-athletes in areas such as time 
management and career planning. 



Liz Friedman works on a one-on-one basis with stu- 
dent-athletes in all sports to insure that they are suc- 
ceeding with their academic work. 



Football Academic 
Leaders 

Russ Weaver, who led 
the Atlantic Coast 
Conference in receiving, 
was named first team 
ACC All-Academic at the 
conclusion of the season. 
While he was catching 
69 passes, and tyrng the 
school record for recep- 
tions in a game (14), 
Weaver was also earning 
a 3.40 GPA as a Finance 
Major m the School of 
Business. 

1993 Fall Semester 
Athletic Director's 
Honor Roll 

Madison Bradley 3.33 

Starting DT Art Major 

Jade Dubis - .3.00 

Starting OG Education Major 

Jaime Flores 3.12 

Starting LB Kinesiology Major 
(Admitted to Medical School) 
David Hack .3.14 

Starting OG Kinesiology Major 

Corey Holobetz 3.75 

Special Teams Business Admin. 
Ken Lytle 3 45 

Starting PK Kinesiology Major 

David Mike 3.20 

WR Finance Major 

Scott Salkeld 3.50 

DB Letters and Science 

James Stump 3.77 

OL Engineering 



Pete Sorrentino 3.00 

OG Criminal Justice 

Russ Weaver 3.40 

Starting WR Finance Major 

Chad Wiestling 3.00 

Captain LB Criminal Justice 

Enck Wood 3.00 

Starting LB Criminal Justice 



1994 Spring Semester 
Athletic Director's 
Honor Roll 

David Beach 3.46 

Inside LB Criminal Justice 

Freeman Dennis 3.00 

RB Letters and Sciences 

Jade Dubis 3.13 

Starting OG Education 

Jaime Flores 3.13 

Starting LB Kinesiology Major 

Timothy Fosgue 3.40 

DE Communications Major 

Joseph Gillespie 3.36 

ILB Letters and Sciences 

David Hack 3 40 

Starting OG Kinesiology Major 

Rhett Hespnch 3.00 

ILB Letters and Sciences 

Stephen Ingram 3.00 

Starting OT Criminal Justice 

Ken Lytle 3.41 

PK Kinesiology Major 

David Mike 3.71 

WR Finance Major 

Scott Salkeld 3.00 

DB Letters and Sciences 

James Stump 4.00 

OL Engineering Major 

Russ Weaver 3.25 

Starting WR Finance Major 

Chad Wiestling 3.33 

LB Criminal Justice 

Kameron Williams 3.25 

RB Criminal Justice 

Enck Wood 4.00 

TLB Criminal Justice 



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IN THE PARK 



Surrounding the Park — Washington and Baltimore 



Maryland's state-of-the-art press facilities 
are matched by a major media market 



Competitive excellence 
leads to media attention. 
In the 

Washington/Baltimore 
metropolitan market, the 
fourth largest in the 
nation, that means notice 
in one of the three major 
media centers in the 
United States. 

Maryland has the press 
facilities to match the 
importance of the media 
market. A new $3.4 mil- 
lion dollar press box, the 
Tyser Tower, can seat 
200 print media on its 
third level, and on the 
fourth level are state-of- 
the-art facilities for televi- 
sion and radio. 
Maryland's post game 
press conferences are 
held in the Football 
Complex Hall of Fame 
Room, and are telecast to 
both media and guests of 
the University in the 
Tyser Tower. 

■ Within the 
Metropolitan market, two 
of the nation's top ten 
newspapers, the 
Washington Post and 
Baltimore Sun, cover the 
Terrapins extensively. 

■ The nation's news- 
paper, USA Today, is 
headguartered 20 miles 
from Byrd Stadium. No 
matter where you live, 
USA Today informs its 
readers about the 
Metropolitan area. 




■ Almost 1,000 period- 
icals and magazines are 
published in the 
Metropolitan area. 

■ Every major net- 
work—NBC, ABC, CBS 
and Fox — has a major 
news gathering affiliate 
station in both 
Washington and 
Baltimore. No major mar- 
ket in the East can boast 
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 
also maintain their own 
news bureaus in 
Washington, as does 
CNN (Cable News 
Network) and PBS (Public 
Broadcasting). In addi- 
tion, major cable outlets 
like BET (Black 
Entertainment Network) 
are headguartered here. 
In radio, each major net- 
work has a Washington 
bureau, and Mutual 
Radio, NBC Radio and 
National Public Radio are 
headguartered in the 
Metropolitan region. 



■ One of the 
Associated Press's 
largest news bureaus is 
in Washington, as is its 
radio division. Bureaus 
are maintained by the 
New York Times and 
every leading news ser- 
vice. International news 
organizations like 
Reuters cover Maryland 
events, and countless 
news organizations and 
networks from around 
the world have bureaus 
in Washington. 



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IN THE PARK 



Surrounding the Park — Washington and Baltimore 



A good neighborhood — The National Capital, the Inner Harbor 
and Camden Yards, the Chesapeake Bay and Annapolis 



The Park is surrounded 
by chances to recreate 
and sight-see, by oppor- 
tunities in the arts and 
sports, by chances to visit 
mountains or shore. It's a 
good neighborhood. 

■ Washington is locat- 
ed just over three miles 
from Byrd Stadium. The 
National Capital's major 
attractions are within 10 
miles. Making the trip 
easier is the Metro Rail 
System, which began 
connecting College Park 
to the rest of suburban 
Maryland, the District of 
Columbia, and Northern 
Virginia, in December of 
1993. Within walking 
distance of campus, or 
accessible by campus 
shuttle, the station allows 
easy access to one of the 
country's model trans- 
portation systems. 

■ 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 the near-by 
Onoles Park at Camden 
Yards, create an exciting, 




The State Capital, Annapolis 



vibrant, holiday atmos- 
phere in a city that boasts 
one of the world's great 
sea ports. The heart of 
Maryland, the Chesapeake 
Bay, is 20 miles from cam- 
pus, and the state capital, 
Annapolis, is 30 miles. 

■ Washington and 
Baltimore may be reached 
easily from anywhere in 
the United States 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 inter- 
national airports, capable 
of providing service to any 



continent. College Park 
is 10 minutes from the 
Amtrak Northeastern 
Corridor and frequent 
tram service up and 
down the East Coast. 



■ Media Center, 
Transportation Center, 
Government Center: the 
parts of the Metropolitan 
region add-up to a center 
for busmess and industry. 




The National Aquarium 



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alleges, Departments 8 Offices 



Bldg. Department/Office Grid 

077 Academic Affairs 08 

077 Administrative Affairs 08 

077 Administrative Computer Center 08 

052 ADMISSIONS OFFICE (Undergraduate) 08 

071 ADMISSIONS OFFICE (Graduate) 08 

088 Aerospace Engineering, Dept. of F8 

038 Afro-American Studies Program C6 

076 Agricultural 8 Extension Education, 

Dept. of E7 

076 Agricultural 8 Resource Economics. 

Dept. of E7 

075 Agricultural Engineering, Dept. nf E7 

076 Agricultural Experiment Station E7 

031 AGRICULTURE, COLLEGE OF F8 

080 ALUMNI PRUGRAMS 09 

043 American Studies, Dept. of C6 

142 Animal Sciences, Dept. of 08 

047 Anthropology, Dept. of 07 

145 Architecture Library C4 

145 ARCHITECTURE, SCHOOL OF C4 

146 Art, Dept. of 04 

146 Art Gallery 04 

146 Art History. Dept. of 04 

146 Art Library D4 

048 ARTS 8 HUMANITIES. COLLEGE OF 06 

224 Astronomy 8 Physics. Dept. of G7 

162 Athletics. Oept. of Intercollegiate E5 

042 BEHAVIORAL & SOCIAL SCIENCES. 

COLLEGE OF CE 

073 Botany, Dept. of E6 

071 BURSAR, OFFICE OF THE 08 

042 BUSINESS 8 MANAGEMENT. COLLEGE OF C6 

163 Campus Activities E6 

008 Campus Guest Services B7 

202 Campus Parking. Dept. of F7 

078 Campus Recreation Services 08 

078 Campus Senate D8 

147 Career Development Center E7 

082 Center for Automation Research G8 

038 Center for Business 8 Public Policy C6 

143 Center for Educational Research 8 
Development 04 

146 Center for Innovation (BSOS) 04 

232 Center for International Development 

8 Conflict Management EE 

Center for International Security 

Studies at Maryland (7100 Baltimore Avenue. 

College Park. MD) 

143 Center for Mathematics Education D4 

144 Center for Neurosciences F6 

224 Center for Ocean-land 

Atmosphere Interactions G7 

146 Center for Political Leadership 

8 Participation 04 

076 Center for Public Issues in Biotechnology E7 

048 Center tor Renaissance 8 

Baroque Studies 06 

088 Center for Rotorcraft Education 

8 Research F8 

Center for Substance Abuse Prevention 8 Con- 
trol (4321 Hartwick Road. College Park. MD) 



082 Center for Superconductivity Research F8 

143 Center for Teaching Excellence 04 

083 Center for Vocational Research 

8 Development G7 

097 Center for Young Children H6 

227 Center of Rehabilitation 

8 Manpower Services GG 

255 Center on Aging HG 

146 Center on Population. Gender 

8 Social Inequality 04 

206 CENTRAL RECEIVING C11 

090 Chemical Engineering, 

Dept. of G8 

091 Chemistry 8 Biochemistry. Dept of F8 

088 Civil Engineering, Dept. of F8 

034 Classics, Oept. of 06 

010 Communication Services. Oept. of F6 

163 Commuter Affairs. Office of E6 

003 Comptroller, Office of the D9 

084 COMPUTER. MATHEMATICAL 8 PHVSICAL 
SCIENCES. COLLEGE OF E8 

224 Computer Science Center G7 

115 Computer Science, Oept. of G9 

076 COOPERATIVE EXTENSION SERVICE E7 

143 Counseling 8 Personnel Services, 

Dept. of 04 

037 Counseling Center C6 

079 Creative Services 09 

143 Curriculum 8 Instruction, Dept. of 04 

079 Dairy (Snack Bar/Visitor Center) 09 

053 Dance. Dept. of B6 

071 Development, Office of D8 

026 Diamondback, The B6 

042 Dingman Center for 

Entrepreneurship C6 

026 Dining Services, Oept. of B6 

037 Disabled Student Service C6 

042 Economics, Dept. of C6 

143 EDUCATION, COLLEGE OF 04 

143 Education Policy. Planning 8 

Administration 04 

088 Electrical Engineering, Oept. of F8 

003 EMERGENCIES (Police) 09 

338 EMPLOYMENT, OFFICE OF CAMPUS inset 

122 Employment Center. Student H6 

338 Engineering 8 Architectural Services inset 

088 ENGINEERING. COLLEGE OF F8 

081 Engineering Research Center F9 

043 English, Dept. of CG 

076 Entomology, Dept. of E7 

018 Environmental Safety. Office of B9 

046 Family 8 Community Development. 

Oept. of C7 

046 Family Service Center C7 

071 financial Aid, Office of 08 

007 Fire Department, College Park B9 

143 Flagship Channel 04 

034 French 8 Italian, Dept. of D6 

038 Geography, Dept. cf B6 

237 Geology. Oept. of E7 

034 Germanic 8 Slavic Languages 8 Literatures. 

Oept. of 06 



038 Government 8 Politics. Dept. of C6 

071 GRADUATE STUDIES 8 RESEARCH 08 

255 HEALTH 8 HUMAN PERFORMANCE. 

COLLEGE OF H6 

140 HEALTH CENTER E6 

255 Health Education, Dept. of H6 

038 Hearing 8 Speech Sciences. Oept. of C6 

034 Hebrew 8 East Asian Languages 8 
Literatures, Dept. of 06 

048 History, Dept. of DB 

147 HORNBAKE LIBRARY E7 

074 Horticulture, Dept. of E7 

046 Housing 8 Design, Dept. of C7 

046 HUMAN ECOLOGY. COLLEGE OF C7 

046 Human Nutrition 8 Food Systems. 

Dept. of C7 

147 Human Relations, Office of E7 

083 Industrial. Technological 8 Occupational 
Education, Oept. of G7 

115 Institute for Advanced Computer 

Studies (UMIACS) G9 

047 Institute for Philosophy 8 

Public Policy D7 

038 Institute for Urban Studies C6 

227 Institute of Applied Agriculture GE 

077 Institutional Advancement. Office o< D8 

088 Instructional Television System F8 

143 International Affairs, Office of 04 

224 International Programs, Office of G7 

059 JOURNALISM, COLLEGE OF 06 

255 Kinesiology, Dept. of H6 

038 Laboratory for Coastal Research C6 

223 Laboratory for Plasma Research G9 

062 Language House (St. Mary's Residence Hall).E5 

077 Legal Office 08 

147 LIBRARY 8 INFORMATION SERVICES, 

COLLEGE OF E7 

091 LIFE SCIENCES. COLLEGE Of f8 

232 Linguistics. Dept. of EG 

026 Maryland Media. Inc B6 

080 Materials 8 Nuclear Engineering, 

Dept. of G8 

084 Mathematics, Dept. of E8 

035 McKeldin Library 05 

143 Measurement, Statistics 8 Evaluation, 

Dept. of 04 

088 Mechanical Engineering, Dept. of F8 

009 Memorial Chapel C7 

224 Meteorology, Dept. of G7 

231 Microbiology, Oept. of E6 

141 Music. Oept. of D4 

147 Music Library E7 

026 Nyumburu Cultural Center B6 

163 Orientation Office (Student) E6 

338 Personnel Services, Oept. of inset 

224 Philosophy. Dept. of G7 



003 Physical Plant, Dept. of 09 

082 Physics 8 Astronomy, Oept. of F8 

003 POLICE, CAMPUS 09 

142 Poultry Science, Oept. of 68 

079 Preprofessional Advising 09 

077 PRESIDENT, OFFICE OF DB 

005 Printing Services 010 

338 Procurement 8 Supply inset 

077 Provost D8 

144 Psychology, Oept. of F6 

040 PUBLIC AFFAIRS. SCHOOL OF C6 

079 Public Information, Office of 09 

026 Radio Station WMUC B6 

141 Radio-Television-Film, Dept. of D4 

052 Records 8 Registration 08 

255 Recreation, Dept. of (academic only) H6 

052 Registrar D8 

008 Resident Life, Dept. of B7 

080 Rossborough Inn (Faculty Club) 09 

073 Sea Grant College E6 

013 Shuttle DM E10 

146 Sociology. Dept. of 04 

034 Spanish 8 Portuguese. Dept. of 06 

077 Speakers Bureau 08 

143 Special Education, Dept. of D4 

079 Special Events. Office of 09 

038 Speech 8 Hearing, Oept. of/Clinic C6 

141 Speech Communication, Dept. of 04 

162 Sports Information, Office of E5 

163 Stamp Student Union E6 

052 Student Affairs. Office of D8 

163 Student Entertainment Enterprises E6 

163 Student Government Association E6 

078 Summer 8 Special Programs 08 

146 Survey Research Center .04 

115 Systems Research Center 69 

141 Tawes Theatre D4 

010 Telecommunications Services F6 

046 Textiles 8 Consumer Economics. 

Oept. of C7 

141 Theatre, Dept. of 04 

052 Undergraduate Admissions D8 

147 Undergraduate Advising Center E7 

147 Undergraduate Studies E7 

163 University Book Center E6 

141 University Chorus 04 

345 UNIVERSITY COLLEGE D2 

147 University Honors Program E7 

005 University Printing 010 

141 University Theatre (Tawes) D4 

079 VISITOR CENTER. CAMPUS 09 

091 White Memorial Chemistry Library F8 

026 WMUC Radio Station B6 

232 Women's Studies Program E6 

026 Yearbook Office (Terrapin) BG 

144 2oology. Dept. ol F6 



THE COVERS: The Football in the Park theme is represented on the front 
cover by the ultimate park guards: Offensive linemnen John Teter (76), 
Jamie Bragg (77), Steve Ingram (54), Jade Dubis (53) and David Hack (74). 
The back cover's scenic overlook of campus was accomplished by athletic 
department photographer Lisa Helfert, who needed a helicopter for that 
photo. Her color photography is featured on all covers. The University's 
Creative Services office and John Consoli are thanked for help with the 
campus map. All of the cover layouts were polished by the extraordinary 
talents of Dave Pfeiffer of Presstar Printing. 



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