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Getting the Word Out On Maryland College Park 



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i trip through Maryland's football history 
_reveals a deep tradition of competitiveness, 
and of years that feature a national champi- 
onship, many Atlantic Coast Conference titles, 
and some of the game's richest characters. Mark 
Duffner's predecessors include the Bear; Brian 
Cumming's predecessors include the Boomer. 

A trip across College Park reveals a University 
changed markedly in the 1990s. Almost a half-billion 
dollars worth of construction has recently taken place 
or is on-going. A campus already known for its beauty 
is getting better. Academically, College Park's peers are the best public universities in America. 

A trip across the state of Maryland reveals deep tradition, too. Washington, D.C.'s monu- 
ments and national historic treasures are just miles away, the building housing the nation's 
archives is on campus. Historic sites in Baltimore have Edgar Allan Poe and Babe Ruth's names 
on them, and Annapolis has witnessed much of the nation's history. 

Baltimore's Inner Harbor and Annapolis's waterways lead into the Chesapeake Bay, with room 
for thousands of sailboats. There is an ocean on the state's eastern shore; its western boundarie 

are ringed by the Blue Ridge and Allegheny mountains 
Getting the Word Out is the goal of this book, 
is intended to encourage a trip to College Pr 

for a football game, a trip to see a campus 

k reaching for excellence, or maybe even a 

trip just to see how beautiful the state is 

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The Schedule 

vlorthern Illinois 

August 31 at 7 p.m. 
I meeting 

\labama- 
3irmingham 

September 7 at 7 p.m. 
"list Meeting 

it Virginia 

September 14 at Noon 
1995: 21-18 Cavaliers 

»t West Virginia 

M'pU'mber 28 at Noon 
[1995: 31-17 Terrapins 

M.C. State 

October 5 

995: 30-13 Terrapins 

it North Carolina 

October 12 

1995: 31-18 Terrapins 

/Vake Forest 

Homecoming) 
October 19 at 1 p.m. 
1995: 9-6 Terrapins 

t Duke 

"October 26 
1995: 41-29 Terrapins 

at Clemson 
November 2 
(l995: 17-0 Tigers 

Georgia Tech 

Thursday) 

November 14 at 8 p.m. 
J1995: 31-3 Jackets 

Florida State 

Joe Robbie Stadium, 
Miami 

November 23 
1995: 59-17 Noles 




The University 

■ was founded in 1859 

■ was called Maryland Agricultural College 
at its founding 

■ was renamed in 1920, University of 
Maryland 

■ is the flagship campus of the University of 
Maryland system 

The Location 

■ College Park, Md. 
The President 

■ is Dr. William E. Kirwan 
The Athletic Director 

■ is Deborah A Yow 
The Conference 

■ is Atlantic Coast 

■ Maryland is one of four Atlantic Coast 
Conference schools holding membership in 
the Association of American Universities. 
The others are Duke, North Carolina and 
Virginia 

The Faculty Representative 

■ is Dr. Charles F. Wellford 
The Nickname 

■ is the Terrapins 
The Stadium 

■ is Byrd (48,000, constructed 1950, refur- 
bished 1990-1995) 

The Colors 

■ are red, white, black and gold (The colors of 

the state flag) 
The Enrollment 

■ is 24,373 (undergraduate) 

■ is 8,535 (graduate) 

■ is from all 50 states, and 148 countries 
The Male/Female Student Ratio 

■ is 1/1 

The Faculty/Student Ratio 

■ 13/1 

The Campus Resident Halls 

■ 7,500 students in 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 build- 
ings 

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 adminis- 
trative offices are situated in Cole Field 
House (301-314-7075). 

More on the campus 

■ Flagship campus of Maryland's 1 1 insti- 
tution system. College Park offers 98 
undergraduate majors. 87 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 universities that belong 



Welcome to the University in the Park 
From President William E. Kirwan 

"/"*Vn behalf of the entire campus community, I am very pleased to 
V-/welcome you to the University of Maryland at College Park. As 
all of you Terrapin fans know, this University enjoys a long and proud 
tradition of excellence in intercollegiate ath- 
letics, and under the leadership of Coach 
Duffner and his fine staff, we hope to offer 
you another exciting season of football. 

"Having played football as a student-ath- 
lete, I can certainly appreciate the commit- 
ment it takes to participate and excel in a var- 
sity sport. The young men and women, who 
represent the University through its intercol- 
legiate athletics program, have this commit- 
ment to excellence, and we are extremely 
proud of them. 

"But it takes more than outstanding athlet- 
ic performance to make a student-athlete. 
Because athletes on a university campus are 
first and foremost, students, their commit- 
ment to excellence involves academic performance as well. 

"At College Park, this is no small challenge. The quality of our aca- 
demic programs and the academic talent of our student body have 
never been higher in, among other areas, the number of National 
Merit and National Achievement Scholars, the number of honors stu- 
dents, the number of awards and honors won by our graduates, and 
the amount of public and private support that our distinguished fac- 
ulty generates. 

"So, when you cheer our champions to victory, remember that they 
are also students who need your encouragement and support. We hope 
we can count on your help as College Park strives to set new standards 
of excellence both on the playing field and in the classroom." 




Dr William E Kirwan 



to the prestigious 58 member Associa- 
tion of American Universities. It is the 
only public institution in the Maryland — 
District of Columbia area with member- 
ship in the nation's most distinguished 
honor society, Phi Beta Kappa. 
■ Maryland College Park is classified as a 
Research- 1 university by the Carnegie 
Foundation by virtue of the range of it 
baccalaureate 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 undergraduate students. In 
addition, the University has the largest 
number of African American and other 
minority faculty members among its 
peers. 




The Cover: Football cap- 
tains Chad Scott (3), Al 
Wallace (56) and Andre 
Hentz (18) stand on the 
Terrapin's perch to "Get 
the Word Out" to their 
fellow seniors, who are 
pictured on the back 
cover. Shouting to the 
world above the seniors 
are Brian Cummings 
(front cover) and Lamont 
Gore (back cover). Other 
photos feature 
Linebacker Ratcliff 
Thomas Getting the 
Word Out in the defen- 
sive huddle (front cover); 
Linebacker Thomas get- 
ting the word from 
Coach Mel Foels (back 
cover); and Chad Scott 
Getting the Word Out in 
no uncertain terms as he 
levels an opposing ball- 
carrier. Above the rim of 
Byrd Stadium are promi- 
nent attractions that 
make College Park 
unique -the sites of 
Washington and 
Baltimore. The cover is 
by Dave Pfeiffer, an 
extraordinary craftsman, 
artist, and Terrapin at 
heart — who learned his 
trade at Perm St. 



Getting the Word Out On Byrcl Stadium 



Terparadise 

You can see the center of the Free World 
from the stands in recently renovated Byrd 
Stadium. 

And the gridiron where a National 
Championship and eight Atlantic Coast 
Conference titles were won. 

And a campus that was named Flagship of 
the Maryland State System of Higher 
Education in 1988. (You can also see the lat- 
est fruits of an historic construction boom on 
campus— a new Theater Arts Center that 
costs over $100 million and a Campus 
Recreation Center that costs $40 million.) 

And a Football Complex at the East End of 
the stadium floor that is a spacious home for 
the Terrapins. 

And a bronze Terrapin that guards the 
doors of Maryland's new football home. 

Byrd I-Just who is Byrd? 

Stadiums are named for everything from 
rivers to benefactors to immortal athletes to 
cities, but how many stadiums are named for 
the football coach who raises the money to 
build it, and whose team would play there? 

Such was the world of 1923 when Byrd 
Stadium I was named for the consummate 
doer, H.C. 'Curley' Byrd. The College Park 
campus was renamed from Maryland State 
College to the University of Maryland in 
1920. The athletic facilities were below par, 
and a grand school like the University of 
Maryland needed facilities to match. 

Byrd, the football coach (1911-1934) and ath- 
letic director, raised $69,500 to build a 5,000 
seat stadium where the present fraternity row 
is. Byrd's football troops played their entire 
1922 schedule on the road because of con- 
struction; the first game in Byrd I was a 40-6 
victory over Catholic U. in 1923's ninth game. 

Byrd, the doer, became University 
President m 1936. He oversaw the boom that 
took College Park from an agricultural college 
to nationally acclaimed state university. Byrd 
added scores of campus buildings, not only 
laying the foundation of the campus, but 
actually building it. 

The grand school became more grand. 
When Byrd hired Jim Tatum in 1947 Byrd I's 
days were numbered. Tatum was taking 
Maryland to the top of the football heap, and 
Byrd knew a worthy vehicle was needed to 
take his team there. 

Byrd II 

Byrd again raised the money, $1 million, to 
turn an orchard into the present day Byrd 
Stadium in 1950. The new stadium had clas- 
sic lines, invoking images of Olympic stadi- 
ums from the past, but with state-of-the-art 
amenities. Byrd Stadium II originally seated 
34,800, with temporary bleachers boosting 
the seating to 50,000. 



Phase One, 1990-1991 
($13.2 million) 

■ Repair of water dam- 
age to stadium bowl, 
new seating in the stadi- 
um bowl (34,500) 

■ New press box (the 
Tyser Tower) that mea- 
sures 90-feet high, 160 
feet long. Contains five 
levels and cost $3.4 
million 

■ New concession stands 
and rest rooms on south 
side of stadium 

Phase One, 1991-1992 
($7.0 million) 

■ Construction of 
Football Team Complex 
in stadium's east end. 
The complex contains 
locker rooms, strength 
and conditioning facili- 
ties, meeting rooms, 
sports medicine, and 
football offices. 

■ Installation of bronze 
Testudo outside of 
Football Complex. 

Phase Two, 1994-1995 
($20 million) 

■ Construction of upper 
deck, rising 125-feet 
above concourse on 
north side of stadium. 
The construction adds 
14,000 seats between the 
goal lines, bringing sta- 
dium capacity to over 
48,000. 

■ Construction of rest 
rooms and concession 
stands on west and 
north sides of stadium 





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By its fourth decade, Byrd II was showing its age. Cracks appeared 
in its face and the asphalt concourse became furrowed. Not only was 
a refurbishment needed but major, new construction. The State of 
Maryland instituted a matching gift program, the Maryland 
Partnership, to fund a refurbished Byrd. It took five years of con- 
struction, but Byrd was reborn in 1995. 

A Byrd's Thumbnail 

After 45 years, there is a memory for each seat in the present 
Byrd— eight A.C.C. football championships; loads of future profes- 
sional quarterbacks; a national championship; a visit by the Queen of 
England in 1957; a homecoming for the Bear in 1974; coaches Tatum, 
Jerry Claiborne and Bobby Ross roaming its sideline. 

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

1953: Byrd was home base for 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 victory by 
Maryland. Coach Tommy Mont said later that this was his finest 
moment as coach. 

1974: Bear Bryant returned to College Park where he had been 
head coach with his No. 3-ranked Alabama Crimson Tide on Sep- 
tember 14. Temporary bleachers were installed for the second time in 
stadium history to accommodate 54,412, the largest crowd until that 
time at Byrd. Alabama won, 21-16. 

1975: On November 1, the attendance record was set at Byrd as 
No.9-ranked Penn State defeated the No.l4-ranked Terps, 15-13. The 
crowd was 58,973. Maryland's average attendance was a record 
42,359. 

1983: The second-largest crowd in Byrd Stadium, 54,715, witnessed 
the No.l7-ranked Terps lose to West Virginia, 31-21 on September 17. 

1985: The Terps, who were ranked No. 1 in the pre-season by Sport 
Magazine, set the all-time high attendance record, averaging 51.546 
for six home games. 

1990: Construction began following the last home football game 
against Wake Forest (Oct. 13). It was the first major athletic con- 
struction on campus in 35 years. The refurbishment is the first appre- 
ciable athletics construction done at Maryland-College Park without 
the oversight of Curley Byrd. At the start of refurbishment, capacity 
is 45,000. 

1991: Capacity is 42,000 after the first phase of refurbishment and 
construction. 

1995: Capacity is 48,055 following the addition of an upper deck. 
The Terps lead the nation in attendance increase, averaging over 
42,000 fans a game. 



Getting the Word Out On The Football Complex 



Learning to Play in a 
state-of-the-art classroom 

Imaginative. Practical. Convenient. Well- 
equipped. Maryland lived up to its com- 
mitment 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 constructed in 
Byrd Stadium's east end. 

On September 12, 1992, a bronze Terrapin, 
the campus mascot, was placed outside the 
Football Team Complex entrance that led to 
the Byrd stadium turf. The Terrapin's nose 
was quickly rubbed clear of the statue's pati- 
na as Terp footballers sought good luck. 

Imaginative. The 46,000-square-foot foot- 
ball 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 dou- 
ble locker— and a footlocker. On the second 
floor, every coach's office overlooks Byrd 
Stadium through oversized windows. A 
Terrapin Terrace surrounds the second floor 
offices for outdoor functions. 

Practical. The layout of the ground floor 
allows easy access from strength and condi- 
tioning facilities to oversized locker rooms 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 audio-visual 
equipment. Special snag-free carpeting was 
installed in the locker area, which also fea- 
tures a players' lounge. 

Convenient. The Football Complex is 
within walking distance of dorms and dining 






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areas, and because it is part of Byrd Stadium, 
it is situated in the midst of campus life. Both 
the practice fields and Byrd Stadium's turf 
are immediately outside 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 academic 
support unit. 

Well-equipped. Each phase of the com- 
plex—from the 3,500 square foot medical and 
hydrotherapy rooms, to weight area to office 
suites— is designed to teach and support 
football. A satellite dish links-up to a sophis- 
ticated audio-visual room. 

The student-athletes came first in 
Maryland's building plans, the complex was 
the jewel of the first phase of Byrd refurbish- 
ment. 




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The Football Complex's amenities include oversized 
lockers, a self-contained sports medicine unit, and spa- 
cious meeting rooms. 



Getting the Word Out From the Student Athletes 




II WORDS OF GREAT MOMENTS II 



Mario Chavez: "Being ranked in top 20 last 
year. " 

Henry Baker: "Sack against Clemson last year." 
Darryl Gilliam: "Hope I haven't had my 
greatest moment yet." 

Erik Greenstein: "When I signed a letter of 
intent to play football in college, I realized a 
life long dream." 

Andre Hentz: "Having a Division I scholar- 
ship offered to me. " 

Johnnie Hicks: "Freshman year in high 
school, when my parents came for Parents 
Day. I played the worst game of my life, but 
the fact that my parents were there makes it 
a great moment. They were proud, and so 
was I." 

Paul Jackson: "Intercepting a Ron Powlus 
pass in his senior year. I was the first to do it." 
Bruce James: "When I scored my first touch- 
down against Duke. That was my greatest 
moment as a player because lots of people 
said I'd never play college football." 
Mancel Johnson: "Scoring a touchdown in 
the first two games of my career. " 
Ryan Rezzelle: "At Tulane last year. It was the 
first game I was eligible to play in. On the sec- 
ond series another freshman, John Feugill, and 
I were in the huddle. He looked at me and said, 
'Rhino, we're playing.' I'll never forget it." 
Buddy Rodgers: "Don't have any yet." 
Al Wallace: "When I was named captain for 
1996." 
Johnnie Hicks and Ryan Rezzelle: Family Pride. 




II WORDS OF WISDOM II 




Eric Barton: "Grow up. Fast." (From 

Linebacker Coach Mel Foels to Barton, a true 

freshman who did play a lot in 1995.) 

Rhett Hesprich: "No matter what happens, 

accept it, put it behind you and move on." 

(From Linebacker Coach Mel Foels.) 

Erik Greenstein: "No one will ever tell you 

you are working too hard." (From his high 

school coach.) 

Eric Hicks: "I don't care if you ever turn pro. 

My proudest day is when you graduate." 

(Defensive End Coach Pete McCarty.) 

Paul Jackson: "Have fun." (High School 

coach Tom Clark.) 

A.J. Johnson: "Refuse to lose." (High school 

coach.) 

Derrick Johnson: "A man who stands for 

nothing will fall for anything." (Martin 

Luther King, Jr.) 

Mancel Johnson: "What you do during the 

week shows on Saturdays." (John Shannon). 



Erik Greenstein and Joe O'Donnell: Practical advice 
from important people. 




Getting the Word Out From the Student Athletes 



M WORDS THAT MADE A DIFFERENCE II 



Mario Chavez: "Destiny is no matter of 
chance. It is a matter of choice. It is not a 
thing to be wasted, for it is a thing to be 
achieved." (Quote from Mark Duffner.) 
Henry Baker: "Play above it." (Quote from 
his Father.) 

Eric Barton: "Ain't nothing to it, but to do 
it." (M.C. Eight.) 

Darryl Gilliam: "Hold your dreams close to 
your chest." (It keeps things in perspective 
for Gilliam). 

John Helmer: "A player without a good atti- 
tude isn't a player at all." (All-time pro 
receiver, Art Monk.) 

Rhett Hesprich: "If you are going to put this 
much time into doing something, do it right." 
(From his father.) 

Johnnie Hicks: "You can do anything you set 
your mind to." (From his grandfather.) 
Josh Hough: "Work hard, and good things 
will happen." (From his father.) 
Jomo Huggins: "By any means necessary." 
(Malcolm X.) 

Bruce James: "Trust in my ability, and never 
doubt myself." (From his parents.) 
Anthony Jenkins: "Everything is in your 
hands, so take control of the moment. " (From 
his mother.) 

Paul Jackson: "Winning is all about belief. 
Belief feels the intangibles, sees the invisi- 
ble, and achieves the impossible." (Coach 
Vince Lombardi.) 




Joe O'Donnell: "Keep your head down and 

relax." (His parents tell him this before each 

game. Good advice for a kicker.) 

Eric Ogbogu: "Prepare for the rest of your 

life." (Coach Mark Duffner.) 

Buddy Rodgers: "Prepare for the rest of you 

life, get the degree." (Coach Mark Duffner.) 

Ryan Rezzelle: "Lose weight." (His position 

coach, Dan Dorazio.) 

Rashad Smith: "Get your degree." (Coach 

Mark Duffner.) 

Anthony Surman: "Never, never, never give 

up." (Winston Churchill.) 

Eric Timothy: "It's not the size of the dog, 

it's the size of the fight in the dog." 

Mitch Watkins: "Whether you like it or your 

don't like it, learn to love it because it's the 

best going today." (John Shuman, Coach at 

Fork Union.) 

Jamie Wu: "Lose weight." (Position coach 

Cliff Schwenke.) 



Mancel Johnson: "No one gives you any- 
thing in this world. Everything you obtain 
you have to work hard for." (From his father.) 
Eric Ogbogu: "You're not as good as every- 
one says you are, but you're also not as bad." 
(Coach Pete McCarty.) 

Kendall Ogle: "Football is the least of what 
you need to worry about." (Coach Dave 
Ungerer.) 

Al Wallace: "You are never as good as peo- 
ple say you are, and you're not as bad, 
either." (Coach Pete McCarty.) 
Geroy Simon: "Lead, follow, or get out of the 
way." (On the locker room wall.) 
Pete Sorrentino: "Do it the Maryland way." 
(Everyone on the football staff says it.) 
Orlando Strozier: "A diamond is a piece of 
coal that stuck with it." (Anna Devere Smith.) 



Anthony Surman: "No matter what anyone 
says, no matter the excuse or explanation, a 
person does just what he intended to do all 
along. "(Boxing Manager Cus D'Amato.) 
Peter Timmins: "If winning isn't everything, 
then what is?" (From his father.) 
Mitch Watkins: The people I look up to 
don't walk down the same road I do. They 
have already paved it." (Anonymous.) 
Walt Williams: "Do not be afraid to suc- 
ceed." (Show business entrepreneur Quincy 
Jones.) 

Jamie Wu: "You keep doing things like that, 
you'll be joining Dorazio's boys." (Defensive 
Line Coach Cliff Schwenke referring to 
Offensive Line Coach Dan Dorazio.) 

Mario Chavez and Paul Jackson: Well spoken words. 




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CI WORDS OF INSPIRATION II 




Henry Baker: Father told him if he really 
wanted to be the "man," not only did he 
have to talk and walk like the "man," but 
he'd also have to think and work like a man. 
Will Clark: "Your best is all you have." 
Delbert Cowsette: "If a man beats you once, 
shame on him. If he beats you again, shame 
on you." 

Andre Hentz: That "We are playing for now. 
However, football doesn't last forever. " 
Eric Hicks: "Don't tell me how stormy the 
seas are. Just bring the ship home." (Coach 
Pete McCarty, who is from Maine.) 
Derrick Johnson: "If you don't get the 
grades, you're out of here." ( A former 
coach.) 

Chad Scott: "Be a thermostat, not a ther- 
mometer." (High school coach Phil Albert.) 



Henry Baker and Chad Scott: Pro-active advice. 



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II WORDS THAT CONFUSED If 



Mario Chavez: He was told to eat raw meat 
by his pee-wee football coach to become a 
better football player. 

Craig Fitzgerald: "Roach him," (Offensive Line 
Coach Dan Dorazio, who apparently does not 
like bugs.) 



Aaron Henne: "Roach him," from Dorazio. 
Farad Hall: "Give a yeoman's effort." (Coach 
Pete McCarty, who is from Maine and given 
to sailing terms.) 

Brad Messina: "Keep your back so flat that I 
can eat my dinner off of it. " 



Joe O'Donnell: "Don't work too hard." (He 
tries too hard, too much.) 



IIWORDSINADOOKIf 



Mario Chavez: "The Firm," best-selling 
intrigue by John Grisham. 
Darryl Gilliam: "The Narrative of the Life of 
Frederick Douglass, An American Slave." 
Henry Baker: "If He Hollers Let Him Go," by 
Chester Homes. 

Eric Barton: "Lord of the Flies," by William 
Goldman. 

Jason Brown: "Fences," by August Wilson. 
Will Clark: "Friday Night Lights." High 
school football as a town's life blood. 
Delbert Cowsette: "Tom Sawyer," Mark 
Twain uses a small boy to reveal big secrets. 
Trey Evans: "Friday Night Lights" Football 
as religion. 

Craig Fitzgerald: "Go Dog Go," by Dr. Seuss. 
The good doctor molds young minds by mak- 
ing learning life's lessons fun. 
Darryl Giles: "Man Child in the Promised 
Land," by Claude Brown, and "Brave New 
World," by Aldous Huxley. Sensitivity and 
Reality. 



Geroy Simon and Mancel Johnson both picked, 
Eyes Are Watching God." 



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DWORDS IN A BOOK If 



Darryl Gilliam: "Catcher in the Rye," by J.D. 
Salinger. The classic on growing up in a 
world not meant for kids. 
Erik Greenstein: Quotes of Vince Lombardi. 
Farad Hall: "The Count of Monte Cnsto" by 
Alexandra Dumas. 

John Helmer: "Clear and Present Danger," 
the drug war and what to do about it, by Tom 
Clancy. 

Andre Hentz: "I Know Why the Caged Bird 
Sings," Maya Angelou; "The Stand," by 
Stephen King: "Something Wicked This Way 
Comes." 

Eric Hicks: "Misery," by the master of mis- 
ery, Stephen King. 

Johnnie Hicks: "Great Expectations" by 
Charles Dickens, and "Hoop Dreams." Wide- 
ranging good taste. 

Jomo Huggins: "Malcolm X" by Alex Haley. 
A human being wanted recognition as such. 
Paul Jackson: "If He Hollers Let Him Go," by 
Chester Homes. 

Bruce James: "Of Mice and Men," a tale of 
courage by John Steinbeck. 
Anthony Jenkins: "The Narrative Life of An 
American Slave," by Frederick Douglass. 
Mancel Johnson: "Their Eyes Are Watching 
God," by Zora Neale Houston. 
Ken Mastrole: "Hoops" by Phil Jackson. Zen 
influenced basketball. 

Brad Messina: "It" by the macabre Stephen 
King. 

Eric Ogbogu: "Beloved," by Toni Morrison. 
Kendall Ogle: "It Don't Mean A Thing," 
Shaharah Simmons. 

Ryan Rezzelle: "A Catcher in the Rye," by 
J.D Salinger. Children should be sent away to 
school, and not be heard. 




Julian Richardson: "The Invisible Man," 
tragedy in a society not receptive to those 
who are different, by Ralph Ellison. 
Buddy Rodgers: "A Doll House," a play by 
Henrik Ibsen. 

Geroy Simon: "If He Hollers, Let Him Go," by 
Chester Homes. 

Ashley Sims: "A Raisin in the Sun," a land- 
mark book by Lorraine Hansberry. 
Rashad Smith: "Hamlet," by William 
Shakespeare. Wisdom encased in genius. 
Pete Sorrentino: "The Firm," big trouble in a 
law office by John Grisham. 
Orlando Strozier: "Purging of an Evil," by 
Roger L. Brewer, who is Strozier's uncle. 
Anthony Surman: "Run to Daylight," by 
Lombardi disciple Jerry Kramer of the Green 
Bay Packers, resident of the Pro Football Hall 
of Fame. 

Peter Timmins: "Lord of the Flies," by 
William Goldman. After "Catcher," A top 
anthem of the young. 

Eric Timothy: "Black Boy," by Richard 
Wright. Coming of age in Chicago's projects. 
Mitch Watkins: "The Client," children's law 
by John Grisham. 

Walt Williams: "Their Eyes Are Watching 
God," by Nora Neale Houston. 
Jamie Wu: "The Killer Angels," a Civil War 
history. 

Darin Young: "The Old Man and the Sea," 
timeless fiction by Ernest Hemingway. 
Pat Ward: "The Boz," a life by Brian 
Bosworth. 

Lynde Washington: "My Story," by Ike 
Turner, who was married to Tina. 



Orlando Strozier: An artistic family. The poster above 
features Strozier as the lead in a College Park play. 



Getting the Word Out On A Major Media Center 



Competitive Excellence Leads to Media Attention. 

Competing in the Washington/Baltimore metropolitan market, the 
fourth largest in the nation, means notice in one of the major 
media centers in the United States. 

Maryland has the press facilities to match the importance of the 
media market. The Tyser Tower press box can seat 160 print media 
on its third level, and on the fourth level contains state-of-the-art 
facilities for television and radio. 

■ Within the Metropolitan market, two of the nation's top ten news- 
papers, the Washington Post and Baltimore Sun, cover the Terrapins 
extensively. 

■ The nation's newspaper, USA Today, is headquartered 20 miles 
from Byrd Stadium. No matter where you live, USA Today informs its 
readers about the Metropolitan area. 

■ Every major network— NBC, ABC, CBS and Fox— has a major news 
gathering affiliate station in both Washington and Baltimore. No 
major market in the East can boast eight significant television news 
outlets within 35 miles of a campus. And Washington has an addi- 
tional 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 addition, major cable outlets like BET (Black 
Entertainment Network) and the Discovery Channel are headquar- 
tered here. In radio, each major network has a Washington bureau 
and Mutual Radio. NBC Radio and National Public Radio are head- 
quartered 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 service. 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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From Washington, Baltimore & 
Annapolis... to Philadelphia, 
Pittsburgh & New York City 

College Park is surrounded by opportuni- 
ties in sports and the arts, by chances to 
visit mountains or shore. It's a good location. 

Washington, DC, is three miles from Byrd 
Stadium. The National Capital's major attrac- 
tions are within 10 miles. Making the trip 
easy is the Metro Rail System, which began 
connecting College Park to the rest of subur- 
ban Maryland, the District of Columbia, and 
Northern Virginia, in December of 1993. 
Campus shuttles serve the College Park sta- 
tion, allowing easy access to one of the coun- 
try's model transportation 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 Orioles Park at Camden 
Yards, create an exciting, vibrant, holiday 
atmosphere in a city that boasts one of the 
world's great sea ports. The heart of 
Maryland, the Chesapeake Bay, is 20 miles 
from campus, and the state capital, 
Annapolis, is 30 miles. 

Washington and Baltimore may be 
reached easily from anywhere in the United 
States and the World. USAir, which is head- 
quartered in the Metropolitan area, uses 
Baltimore/Washington International Airport 
as a hub. Both BW1 and Dulles Airport, which 
is a hub for United Airlines, are international 
airports, capable of providing service to any 
continent. College Park is 10 minutes from 
the Amtrak Northeast Corridor Line and fre- 
quent train service along the East Coast. 




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Orioles Park is part of the rejuvenation of Baltimore. 
Football is a major item m the region — two new pro- 
fessional stadiums are being completed in Baltimore 
and nearby Landover. Above is Annapohs Harbor. 



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Getting the Word Out On Historic Terperformer: Bob Pellegrini 



When Bob Pellegrini left 
Franklin Field on a cold 
December day in 1960, he complet- 
ed a decade of competitive excel- 
lence matched by few players in 
football history. 

Bob Pellegrini was an athlete 
who grew up to be college foot- 
ball's best lineman, a quarterback 
good enough to be recruited out of 
Yatesboro, Pa., by Maryland as it 
came off an undefeated 1951 season 
that included a victory over 
Tennessee in the Sugar Bowl. 

But in his first varsity season, the 
agile Pellegrini was a 6-2, 215 pound 
sophomore guard for the 1953 
National Champion Terrapins. He 
would play guard again in 1954 in an 
era when players went both ways, 
before being switched to center for 
his senior year. 

joe f. blair, whom this media guide 
is dedicated to, was the Terp publicist 
as Pellegrini readied for his senior 
year. Guard was a position knee deep 
in All-America candidates going into 
1955. The top three centers on the 
Maryland depth chart were gone, and 
it was a natural move to install the then 
6-3, 225 pound Pellegrini at center to 
anchor a team that was a top pick to 
win the National Championship again. 

On Sept. 24, No. 5 Maryland moved to 
No.l as it defeated the defendmg national 
champion U.C.L.A. Brums, 7-0. Maryland was 
ranked No.l for four of the next six weeks, 
before another undefeated team, Oklahoma, 
moved ahead of the Terps on Nov. 8. 

Pellegrini led Maryland to its second 10-0 
regular season in three years and to its sec- 
ond Atlantic Coast Conference Champion- 




ship in three years. He was selected A.C.C. 
Player of the Year, was consensus All- 
America, and was Herman Hickman's cover 
boy for his Linemen of the Year listing for 
1955 (see above). 

Final rankings in the polls in that era were 
taken before the bowl games were played. 
Oklahoma won the National Championship 



by finishing the season at the top of 
the polls, and it proved its No. 1 rank- 
ing was no fluke by topping the 
Terps, 20-6, in the Orange Bowl. 

Pellegrini's college record was 27- 
4-1. Each year his Terrapins were 
ranked in the Top Ten; in 1954, they 
were the pre-season No. 3 team. 

Another natural move was for an 
N.F.L. team to select Pellegrini No. 1 
in the Professional Draft. The Phila- 
delphia Eagles made him their top 
pick, and Pellegrini became one of 
the building blocks of an Eagle turn- 
around that took them to the top of 
the football world. A losmg team 
when he joined them, the Eagles 
moved to Franklin Field on the 
University of Pennsylvania campus 
in 1956, hired Buck Shaw as coach 
and made Norm Van Brocklin their 
quarterback. Four years later, 
Philadelphia defeated Vince 
Lombardi's Green Bay Packers for 
the World Championship with 
Bob Pellegrini at linebacker. 

Bob Pellgrini is one of the few 
football players to compete for 
both collegiate and professional 
championship teams. For his 
excellence on the collegiate level, 
he will be admitted to the 
College Football Foundation Hall 
of Fame in December. 

Previous Terrapin selections to the Hall of 
Fame are his coach, Jim Tatum, Guard Bob 
Ward (who was Pellegrini's line coach at 
Maryland), Quarterback Jack Scarbath (1950- 
52), Tackle Dick Modzelewski (1950-52), 
Tackle Randy White (1972-74), and coaches 
Bear Bryant (1945) and Clark Shaugnessy 
(1942, 1946). 




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Getting the Word Out On Current Terperformer: Brian Cummings 



Brian Cummings likes to play ball. In the 
fall, it's football. In the spring, it's 
baseball. He comes to play. 

Coach Mark Duffner tossed 
Cummings the football last fall, and 
gave him the quarterback job. 
The move, born of necessity 
(a suspension of the starting 
quarterback), gave Cum- 
mings the opportunity to do 
what no one else in 103 
years of football in M 
College Park had man- 
aged: Leading the team 
to a 4-0 start as a 
sophomore quarter- 
back. 

Cummings was in 
distinguished com- 
pany as the start- 
ing quarterback at 
Maryland. The names of 
those he surpassed: 

■ Scott Milanovich. The Tampa Bay quarter- 
back rewrote the recordbook at Maryland 
(1992-95), and was voted M.V.P. of the Blue- 
Gray game. 

■ John Kaleo. An Arena League football 
star, Kaleo, too, was voted M.V.P. 
of the 1992 Blue-Gray game 
after he had rewritten the 
Terrapin recordbook. 

■ Scott Zolak. The New 
England Patriot quarterback 
led Maryland to a 2-0 start and 
a bowl in 1990, his only year of 
starting. 

■ Neil O'Donnell. The New York Jet quarter- 
back led the Pittsburgh Steelers to the Super 
Bowl a year ago after he rewrote the record- 
book (1987-89). 

■ Stan Gelbaugh. The Seattle Seahawks 
quarterback led Maryland in passmg in 1985. 

■ Frank Reich. The New York Jet quarter- 
back accomplished the greatest comeback in 
N.C.A.A. and N.F.L. history after starring for 
the Terps in 1984. 

■ Boomer Esiason. The Arizona Cardinal star 
was M.V.P. of the AFC. while at Cincinnati 
after he had rewritten the recordbook (1981- 
83). 

Brian Cummings is part of a line of quar- 
terbacks that no other college football team 
can claim over the past 15 years. No school 
has more N.F.L. quarterbacks. Will Brian 
Cummings rewrite the passmg recordbook? 
Maybe, maybe not. But he is a winner. Just 
give him the ball. 




Neil O'Donnell 



Frank Reich 



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Getting the Word Out OnTerparadise: College Park 




■ Maryland in the U.S. News & World Report 
ranked the Colleges of Business and 
Engineering in the top 25 nationally. 

■ Maryland in statistics compiled by the 
National Research Council (NRC) ranked 18 
of the graduate programs as "strong" or 
"excellent". 

■ Maryland according to the NRC ranked 
among the 10 best public universities in 
Computer Science, Physics, Mathematics, 
Electrical Engineering, Economics and 
Oceanography. 

■ Maryland's College of Journalism was 
ranked by the Gannett Foundation as one of 
1 1 exemplary programs nationally. 

■ Maryland was chosen by Money magazine 
as one of the 100 "Best Buys" nationally. 

■ Maryland was one of only nine top-ranked 
honors programs in Ivy League Programs at 
State School Prices. 

■ Maryland ranked eighth in the nation in 
number of Fulbright Scholarships awarded 
(28 in 1994-95). 

■ Maryland is in the top three of non-histori- 
cally black institutions in number of African 
Americans receiving bachelor's degrees. 

■ Maryland is second in the U.S. among non- 
historically black institutions in graduating 
African Americans in science and engineer- 
ing, according to a recent National Science 
Foundation report. 



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■ Maryland is second in the U.S. among non- 
histoncally black institutions in number of 
African-American graduates who go on to 
earn doctorates, according to the National 
Research Council. 

■ Maryland won the 1996 Boeing award for 
most outstanding engineering education pro- 
gram in the nation. 



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Getting the Word Out OnTerparadise: College Park 



■ Maryland student team won the national 
Texas Instruments "Digital Signal Processors 
Solutions Challenge," and finished in the top 
three in the international round, out of 230 
teams. 

■ Maryland serves as a magnet to attract major 
facilities to the region (National Archives, Food 
and Drug Administration, etc.). 

■ 1,568 student-athJetes named to Scholar 
Athlete Honor Roll (3.0+ GPA) in last decade. 

■ College Football Assn. Honor Roll (70% + 
graduation rate) two of last three years. Only 
about 15 universities achieved this honor. 

■ N.C.A.A. Top 20 in 1994 and 1995 for foot- 
ball graduation rates. 

■ Atlantic Coast Conference Honor Roll 
(81 student athletes in 1985-86, 120 in 1994- 

95). Theater Arts 




■ 1995 overall athletic graduation rate, 68%, 
exceeds overall University graduation rate 
(66%), and has increased from 55% in 1991 
(students entermg in 1984-85). 

■ Created a Returning Student Athlete acad- 
emic program that has to date graduated 12 
of the 27 former athletes enrolled in the pro- 
gram. 

■ Established earlier and more stringent 
admissions and academic eligibility stan- 
dards than N.C.A.A. requirements. 

■ Established a well-funded academic sup- 
port program. 

■ In 1995 Maryland was one of the first to 
gain full, unconditional N.C.A.A. certifica- 
tion. 

■ Maryland holds a leadership role in the gov- 
ernance of the N.C.A.A. University President 
William E. Kirwan and Athletic Director 
Deborah A. Yow are national voices in the 
implementation of N.C.A.A. policy. 

■ Maryland ranked 48th nationally for the 
Seats Directors Cup m 1993-94, 57th in 1994- 
95, and in 1995-96 is ranked 36th. The cup is 
an assessment of overall competitive perfor- 
mance of athletic programs. 



Anne Arundel Hall is one 

of the oldest buildings 

on campus. Completely 

refurbished in the 1990s. 

it houses the university's 

honors program. 




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Getting the Word Out OnTerparadise: College Park 



■ In 1985 one college guide, The Insider's 
Guide, described Maryland as too big and 
impersonal with a preponderance of academ- 
ic weaknesses that made it seem slow to 
move into the modern age. In 1995, this same 
guide called Maryland a dynamic campus 
with a talented and diverse student body 
that realizes the university's star is rising in 
the competitive field of higher education. 

■ Last fall's freshmen represented the most 
talented class ever to enter the university. 
Close to a third ranked in the top 10 percent of 
their high school class. The class also includes 
the largest number of National Merit finalists 
and semifinalists of any public college or uni- 
versity in Maryland. The average SAT climbed 
to 1111 (before recentering). 

■ With an undergraduate enrollment 
approaching 25,000 students, the University 
of Maryland remains a big institution, but 
programs implemented in recent years have 
worked to make the big school small. 

First Year Focus-This program provides a 
broad array of courses appropriate for first- 
year students and taught by distinguished 
members of the College Park faculty. 
Enrollment in these courses is kept small 
so that students can experience close 
interactions with the university's greatest 
asset — its faculty. Last year, over 2000 
students enrolled in first year courses. 




Course Clusters-Two or three related 
courses are linked together to offer a kind 
of road map for new students. The courses 
in each cluster serve to enhance each 
other when taken together, providing stu- 
dents with an enriched learning experi- 
ence. The limited enrollment of each clus- 
ter also allows students to become accus- 
tomed to university classes with the com- 
pany of a familiar group of first year stu- 
dents. 

College Park Scholars-This program 
encourages academically talented stu- 
dents who share common intellectual 
interests to study together in courses orga- 
nized around common themes. They live 
together in selected residence halls 
equipped with computer and classroom 
space for a true living-learning experience. 

■ The university is also doing a better job of 
nurturing its new students and building a 
sense of community as evidenced by the 
increase in the percent of new full-time 
freshmen housed on campus. Over 80 per- 
cent of full-time freshmen now reside in cam- 
pus housing, compared to 62 percent in 1986. 

■ Ten years ago there was no formal tutoring 
program for Terrapin student athletes. This 
year (1995-96) there are 60 tutors available to 
student athletes. 




McKeldin Library is part of a College Park system that contains millions of volumes. Recently refurbished. McKeldins front plaza is the home of Testudo. 

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Getting the Word Out OnTerparadise: College Park 




Hornbake Library (below left) serves the needs of the undergraduate student body. Both Hombake and McKeldin 
libraries are around the center of campus map. 




■ A Career Awareness Fair has been held 
annually since 1991 to bring participating 
professionals in contact with student ath- 
letes. Campus career programs are also 
incorporated into the presentation, which for 
1996 will occur in September. 

■ A Mentorship Program was initiated in 
1987 which also brings together profession- 
als and student athletes to talk of career 
development. In April of 1996, professionals 
from law, financial services, teaching, the 
health industry, publishing, and business 
met with student athletes. 



■ Maryland's successes on the playing field 
over the past 10 years include: 

Five NCAA championships 
65 NCAA post-season appearances 
242 first team All-ACC selections 
17 ACC Players of the Year 

11 ACC Coaches of the Year 

69 All-American Athletes in 17 sports 

■ Maryland's on-the-field successes in 
1995-96 include: 

The first winning football season in five 
years, ranked as high as No. 17. 

Field hockey ranked No. 2; finished NCAA 
Runner-up. 

Volleyball qualified for second NCAA 
Tournament in the last five years. 

Women's soccer qualified for first-ever 
NCAA Tournament, ranked No. 8. 

Men's soccer qualified for second straight 
NCAA Tournament, ranked No. 15. 

Men's basketball qualified for third 
straight NCAA Tournament. 

Men's and women's lacrosse qualified for 
NCAA play and each was ranked No. 1. 
The women were national champions. 

Women's tennis qualified for the NCAA 
Tournament for the first time. 

Wrestling and swimming each qualified as 
competitors for NCAA Tournaments. 

12 All-American selections in four sports. 

22 All-ACC selections in 14 sports. 

ACC Coach of the Year in women's tennis 
and women's soccer. 



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Getting the Word Out On Terparadise: College Park 



■ The university continues to make gains in 
its quest to be a model for racial and ethnic 
diversity on college campuses. 

The campus-wide Diversity Initiative has 
been nationally recognized by the 
American Council on Education as a model 
of multicultural programming and commu- 
nity interaction. The Ford Foundation has 
funded an effort to help other campuses 
replicate the program started by Maryland. 

The university's international diversity 
has also continued to expand. In 1986 
about three percent of the undergraduate 
enrollment was made up of students from 
foreign countries. In 1995 that number had 
grown to just over 5 percent, but the num- 
ber of countries represented jumped by 49 
percent from 98 to 148. 

The university awards the highest number 
of baccalaureate and doctoral degrees to 
African American students of any school in 
the American Association of Universities, 
a group comprised of 30 of the most pres- 
tigious public research institutions in the 
country. 

Since 1986, the total number of degrees 
awarded to minorities has increased at the 
bachelor's, master's and doctoral levels. 

■ Football had the largest attendance 
increase in the country among Division IA 
schools in 1995. 13,159 more fans saw the 
Terps play per home game than in 1994. 
Football also had the largest crowd on cam- 
pus for a game in 10 years — 48,055, for West 
Virginia. 

■ For the first time in Cole Field House histo- 
ry, men's basketball was sold out for the 
1994-95 and 1995-96 seasons. 




Washington's Children's Hospital 

■ Since 1991, 200 student athletes have par- 
ticipated in Team Maryland, an outreach pro- 
gram that sends students to local schools to 
share positive personal messages. 

■ Approximately 20 student athletes in 1995- 
96 regularly visited elementary and middle 
schools under the Terp Tutor program. The 
program was begun in the fall of 1993. 

■ The Terrapin football team regularly visits 
Children's Hospital of Washington to share 
encouraging messages with patients. The 
team also conducts Youth Day, a one day sem- 
inar on coaching young children in the sport. 





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Getting the Woid Out On College Park's History 



Just after the American Revolution, the state of Maryland estab- 
lished its first two colleges at Chestertown and Annapolis. By the 
1850s, at least 30 little colleges had sprung-up over the state, many 
with state support, but many of them disappearing 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 college was estab- 
lished 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 students experimented with a different crop. 

After the Civil War the institution became a land-grant college, 
with small appropriations from Washington. The little college began 
to grow to about 1900 when agricultural experiments began to bring 



prosperity to Maryland, and when the college expanded its offerings 
into engineering, business 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 combined with the long established professional schools of 
Baltimore and changed its name to the University of Maryland. 

Growth accelerated after 1935 when the politically astute football 
coach, H.C. "Curley" Byrd, became president, added scores of new 
programs, and won national football championships. In the 1950s and 
1960s President Wilson H. Elkins maintained the rapid growth, and 
College Park became one of the largest campuses in the nation. 
President Elkins, a Rhodes Scholar, transformed the institution's pub- 
lic 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. 












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Getting the Word Out On The Atlantic Coast Conference 



The Atlantic Coast Conference was found- 
ed on May 8, 1953, and its origin solidi- 
fied the South as a growing enterprise in 
intercollegiate athletics. For a half -century 
before, Southern schools competed in a vari- 
ety of conferences, and at one time an 
unwieldy 23 schools competed in the 
Southern Intercollegiate Conference (1929- 
1932). Maryland joined the Southern 
Conference in 1921, and was a member 
when 10 schools split from the league to start 
the Southeastern Conference in 1932. The 
Terrapins and what was to become the 
A.C.C. 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 prob- 
lems. 

Clemson, Duke, North Carolina, North 
Carolina State, South Carolina, Virginia and 
Wake Forest were the other charter members 
of the A.C.C, which was formed from the old 
Southern Conference. South Carolina with- 
drew in 1971 and Georgia Tech, which with- 
drew from the S.E.C. in 1964, was admitted 
in 1978. Florida State was granted admission 
inl991, 



An Unequaled and 
Unique Atlantic Coast 
Conference Tradition- 
Maryland Football 

■ Maryland gave the 
A.C.C. its first Player of 
the Year. 

■ Maryland gave the 
A.C.C. its first three con- 
sensus All-America play- 
ers. 

■ Maryland gave the 
A.C.C. its first Coach of 
the Year and its first 
National Coach of the 
Year. 

■ Maryland gave the 
A.C.C. its first undefeat- 
ed team. 

■ Maryland gave the 
A.C.C. its first National 
Football championship. 

■ Maryland ranks second 
in all-time A.C.C. victo- 
ries. 

■ Maryland ranks second 
in all-time points scored 
in league games. 

■ Maryland ranks second 
among league schools in 
all-time football games 
played (1,025). 




Men's and women's soccer (both nationally ranked), men's basketball (a third con- 
secutive N.C.A.A. tournament berth), and women's lacrosse (N.C.A.A. Champions) 
were part of an excellent sports year at Maryland. Field hockey, women's tennis and 
volleyball were also selected for N.C.A.A. team play. 




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The Football Bowl Alliance in 1996 

The Bowl Alliance was formed in 1995 to 
create a mechanism for providing college 
football fans with the best possible bowl 
games, including a game between the two 
top-ranked college teams, when possible, and 
to maximize the number of opportunities for a 
variety of quality bowl game match-ups. The 
FedEx Orange, Nokia Sugar and Tostitos 
Fiesta bowls have jomed with the Atlantic 
Coast, Big East, Big 12, Big Ten, Pacific 10, and 
Southeastern conferences and the University 
of Notre Dame to form the Alliance. 

The champions of the Atlantic Coast, Big 
East, Big 12, and Southeastern conferences 
will appear in one of the aforementioned 
bowl games following the 1996 regular sea- 
son. The remaining two At-Large positions 
may be filled by any Division I-A college foot- 




ball team eligible for postseason competi- 
tion, excluding the Big Ten and Pacific- 10 
champions, that meets any one of the follow- 
ing requirements: 

1. has won at least 8 college football 
games during the most recently completed 
regular season; not to include wins in either 
the Pigskin and/or Kickoff Classic. 

2. is ranked in the Top 12 bowl eligible 
teams in either the AP or CNN/USA Today 
final regular season polls. 

3. is ranked no lower in either the AP Poll 
or the CNN/USA Today Poll than the lowest 
ranked team selected by a Bowl from the 
Conference Champions. 

In the event that two or more teams tie for 
the championship of the Atlantic Coast or Big 
East conferences, and remain tied for the 
championship after all tie-breaking procedures 
employed by such conferences have been 
exhausted, the tied 
team with the high- 
est ranking in both 
the AP Poll and the 
CNN/USA Today Poll 
shall be included in 



A.C.C. 

Staff 



Office 



1995-96 in Review 

The 1995-96 academic year concluded with the league pocketing 
two more national team titles and seven individual NCAA crowns. In 
all, the ACC has won 23 national team titles the last six years. 

The ACC's current national champions were North Carolina in field 
hockey and Maryland in women's lacrosse. The league also had four 
teams participate m national title games: Maryland in field hockey, 
Duke in men's soccer, Virginia in women's lacrosse. 

In addition, seven ACC schools— North Carolina (6), Virginia (21). 
Florida State (23), Clemson (27), N.C. State (32). Maryland (36) and 
Duke (39)— were ranked in Top 40 of the Sears Director's Cup for all- 
around athletic excellence. 

Six ACC teams earned number one rankings during the course of 
the academic year. Both lacrosse teams at Maryland were ranked No. 
1 during the past season. 



Commissioner 

Gene Comgan 
Associate 
Commissioner 
Fred Barakat 
Assistant 
Commissioner 
Bradley Faircloth 
Assistant 
Commissioner 
Dee Todd 
Assistant 
Commissioner 
Tom Mickle 
Assistant 
Commissioner 
Rick Chryst 
Director of Media 
Relations 
Brian Morrison 
Assistant Director 
of Media Relations 
Emily Watkins 

The media relations 
office of the A.C.C. 
offers the following 
services: A.C.C. 
FaxBack. Electronic 
Bulletin Board, 
Coaches Tele- 
conference. A.C.C. 
Satellite Feed, 
A.C.C. Football 
Tour, and the A.C.C. 
Football Kickoff. 



the Conference Champions Pool. If the tied 
teams have the same ranking or should the 
Polls disagree as to the highest-ranked team, 
then all such tied teams will be eligible and the 
selecting bowl shall have the right to select 
which team it desires. 

Team selection shall occur no later than 
Sunday, December 8, 1996. The selection 
orders shall be as follows: 
Selections 1 and 2: Nokia Sugar Bowl 
Selections 3 and 5: Tostitos Fiesta Bowl 
Selections 4 and 6: FedEx Orange Bowl 
Mandatory 1 vs. 2 Pairing: The Nokia 
Sugar Bowl shall select any team ranked No. 
1 in the AP Poll and any team ranked No.l in 
the CNN/USA Today Poll if the teams so 
ranked are different and two such tarns are 
available. In any other case, the Fiesta Bowl 
shall select any team ranked No. 1 in either 
the AP Poll or the CNN/USA Today Poll and 
any team ranked No. 2 in either poll if two 
teams so ranked are available. 

All other team selections shall come from 
the pool of teams specified above and will be 
at the discretion of the participating bowls. 



1996-1997 Bowl Lineup 

■ Dec. 25, Jeep Eagle Aloha Bowl. 
Pac-10 #4 vs. Big 12 #6. 3:30 p.m., ABC 

■ Dec. 26. Haka Bowl. 

Pac-10 #3 vs. Open, 8 p.m.. ESPN 

■ Dec. 27, Heritage Bowl, 

Mid-East #1 vs. Southwestern #1, 1 p.m.. ESPN 

■ TBA, St. Jude Liberty Bowl. 
Conference USA #1 vs. Big East #4. ESPN 

■ Dec. 27. Carguest Bowl, 

Big East #3 vs. A.C.C. #4, 7:30 p.m., TBS 

■ Dec 27, Copper Bowl, 

WAC #2 vs. Big 12 *5, 8 p.m., ESPN 

■ Dec. 28, Peach Bowl. 

A.C.C. #3 vs. SEC #3. 8 p.m. ESPN 

■ Dec. 29, Builder's Square Alamo Bowl, 
Big 10 #4 vs. Big 12 #4 

■ Dec. 30. Plymouth Holiday Bowl, 

WAC #1 or Pac-10 #3 vs. Big 12 #3. 8 p.m.. ESPN 

■ Dec. 31, Norwest Bank Sun Bowl. 
Pac-10 #5 vs. Big Ten #5, 2:30 p.m., CBS 

■ Dec. 31, Poulan/Weedeater Independence Bowl, 
Open vs. SEC #5, ESPN 

■ Dec. 31, FedEx Orange Bowl, 
Alliance vs. Alliance, 7 p.m., CBS 

■ Jan. 1, Outback Bowl, 

A.C.C. #3 vs. SEC *3. 11 a.m., ESPN 

■ Jan. 1. Toyota Gator Bowl, 

A.C.C. -2 vs. Big East 12, 12:30 p.m.. NBC 

■ Jan. 1, CompUSA Citrus Bowl. 
Big Ten #2 vs. SEC #2, 1 p.m.. ABC 

■ Jan. 1. Cotton Bowl. 

WAC =1 or Pac-10 =2 vs. Big 12 =2. 1:30 p.m.. CBS 

■ Jan. 1. Rose Bowl. 

Pac-10 =1 vs. Big Ten #1, 5 p.m.. ABC 

■ Jan. 1, Tostitos Fiesta Bowl. 
Alliance vs. Alliance. 8:30 p.m.. CBS 

■ Jan. 1. Nokia Sugar Bowl: 
Alliance vs. Alliance, 8 p.m.. ABC 



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Getting the Word Out On Terperfection: ACC Champions 



1953 





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 m 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 pomts. The Terps led the 
nation m rushing defense, 83.9 yards 
allowed per outing, and scoring defense, 
3 1 pouits per game. Terp tackle Stan 
Jones earned consensus All-Amenca 
honors while teammate Bemie Faloney 
was named first team Academic All- 
Amenca. 



CONFERENCE GAMES 



Team W L 

Duke 4 

Maryland 3 

South Carolina 2 3 

North Carolina 2 3 

Wake Forest 2 3 

Clemson 1 2 

North Carolina State 3 

Virginia — — 



T Pts. Opp. 



105 
70 
58 
67 
52 
25 
14 



27 
6 
70 
99 
75 
34 
80 



W 

7 
10 
7 
4 
3 
3 
1 
1 



ALL GAMES 



2 
*1 
3 
6 
6 
5 
9 



Pts. Opp. 



217 
298 
198 
173 
123 
139 
80 
75 



81 
38 
97 
187 
157 
172 
263 
242 



MARYLAND (3-0, 10-1-0) 

20 Missouri 6 

52 Wash. & Lee 

20 Clemson 

40 Georgia 13 

26 N. Carolina 

30 Miami (Fla.) 

24 S. Carolina 6 

27 George Washington ... 6 
38 Mississippi 

21 Alabama 

Oklahoma * 7 

'Orange Bowl 



1955 




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For the second time in the ACC's first 
three years, Duke and Maryland tied for 
the league title with identical 4-0 records. 
The Terps finished third in both polls 
while the Blue Devils earned a 16th listing 
in the UPI poll. The ACC posted a 22-18-1 
mark against non-conference opponents. 
Maryland led the nation in defense against 
the rush, allowing 83.9 yards per game. 
Maryland had a 15-game win streak 
snapped with a 20-6 loss to Oklahoma 
m the Orange Bowl. Terp center Bob 
Pellegrini was a consensus All-Amenca. 



CONFERENCE GAMES 



Team W L 

Maryland 4 

Duke 4 

Clemson 3 1 

North Carolina 3 3 

Wake Forest 3 3 

South Carolina 1 5 

North Carolina State 2 

Virginia 4 



Pts. Opp. 



105 
94 
79 
90 

105 
75 
38 
42 



26 

14 

59 

102 

100 

176 

71 

80 



W 

10 
7 
7 
3 
5 
3 
4 
1 



'Lost Orange Bowl game 



ALL GAMES 
T Pts. 



217 
196 
206 
117 
131 
120 
206 
96 



Opp. 

77 
95 
144 
218 
157 
209 
193 
201 



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 



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1974 





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Maryland won its first conference 
championship in 18 years, sweeping past 
all six of its league opponents. It marked 
the 10th time in conference history that a 
team has gone unbeaten in league play. 
An ACC record three teams earned bowl 
bids Maryland lost to Tennessee, 7-3, in 
the Liberty Bowl. The Terps extended 
their win streak against ACC foes to 10- 
in-a-row. Clemson's Bennie Cunningham, 
North Carolina's Ken Huff and Maryland's 
Randy White were consensus All- 
Americans. White, a senior defensive 
tackle, won both the Outland and 
Lombardi Trophies. 





CONFERENCE GAMES 




t 


ALL GAMES 






MARYLAND (60, 8-4) 




Team 




W 


L 


T Pts. 


Opp. IV 


L 


T 


Pts. 


Opp. 








Maryland 




6 





198 


35 8 


*4 





316 


104 


16 


Alabama 


21 


Clemson 




4 


2 


130 


135 7 


4 





246 


250 


10 


Florida 


.17 


North Carolina 




4 


2 


146 


115 7 


"5 





364 


279 


24 


North Carolina 


.12 


North Carolina State 


4 


2 


145 


120 9 


2 


tl 


317 


241 


31 


Syracuse 


.0 


Duke 




2 


4 


110 


136 6 


5 





201 


208 


41 


Clemson 


.0 


Virginia 




1 


5 


61 


111 4 


7 





207 


239 


47 


Wake Forest 


.0 


Wake Forest 







6 


31 


169 1 


10 





74 


348 


20 
17 


N.C. State 

Penn State 


10 
.24 






* 


Lost Liberty Bowl; 


"Lost Sun Bowl 










41 


Villanova 


. 










tTied Bluebonnet Bowl 










56 


Duke 


.13 






















10 


Virginia 


.0 






















3 


Tennessee* 


7 



1975 




Maryland captured its second consecutive 
ACC gndiron 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 m 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 smgle game 
total offense mark with 802 yards m 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 W L T 

Maryland 5 

Duke 3 2 

North Carolina State 2 2 1 

Wake Forest 3 3 

Clemson 2 3 

North Carolina 1 4 1 

Virginia 5 



ALL GAMES 



Pts. 

182 
131 
131 
145 
102 
119 
98 



Opp. W 

73 

84 
115 
137 
141 
159 
226 



*9 

4 
7 
3 
2 
3 
1 



5 
**4 
8 
9 
7 
10 



"Won Gator Bowl: "Lost Peach Bowl 



Pts. Opp. 



312 
197 
260 
221 
177 
207 
175 



150 
212 
210 
264 
381 
272 
428 



MARYLAND (5-0, 9-21) 

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* 



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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 Bui Armstrong were 
consensus AJJ-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 








ALL GAMES 






MARYLAND (5-0, 11-1) 




Team 


W 


L 


T 


Pts. 


Opp. 


IV 


L 


T 


Pts. 


Opp. 








Maryland 


5 








Ill 


24 


11 


*1 





294 


115 


31 


Richmond 


..7 


North Carolina 


4 


1 





144 


102 


9 


**3 





243 


220 


24 


West Virgmia 


..3 


Wake Forest 


3 


3 





124 


118 


5 


6 





177 


206 


42 


Syracuse 


.28 


Duke 


2 


3 


1 


125 


145 


5 


5 


1 


234 


245 


20 


Vulanova 


..9 


North Carolina State 


2 


3 





97 


98 


3 


7 


1 


205 


258 


16 


N.C. State 


.6 


tVirgima 


1 


4 





40 


111 


2 


9 





106 


266 


17 


Wake Forest 


.15 


Clemson 





4 


1 


76 


123 


3 


6 


2 


172 


237 


30 
24 


Duke 

Kentucky 


3 
.14 




"Lost Cotton Bowl; * 


"Lost Peach Bowl 










21 


Cincinnati 


..0 


tLoss to Virginia Tech counted as conference 


game 








20 


Clemson 


..0 
























28 


Virginia 


..0 
























21 


Houston* 


30 



1983 




Maryland claimed its first ACC title since 
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 in the Flonda Citrus Bowl while 
the Tar Heels, in their fifth straight bowl 
game, lost to Florida State, 28-3, in the 
Peach Bowl. 



ALL GAMES 
T Pts. 



CONFERENCE GAMES 
Team W L T Pts. Opp. W L 

Maryland 5 154 71 8 *4 316 

North Carolina 4 2 184 117 8 **4 337 

Georgia Tech 3 2 147 140 3 8 222 

Duke 3 3 150 183 3 8 246 

Virginia 3 3 145 150 6 5 252 

North Carolina State 1 5 108 159 3 8 236 

Wake Forest 1 5 150 218 4 7 257 

tClemson 9 1 1 338 

"Lost Florida Citrus Bowl; "Lost Peach Bowl 
tNot eligible for championship by conference action 



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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1984 





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 in NCAA 
Division IA football history. 



CONFERENCE GAMES 



Team 

Maryland 

Virginia 

N.Carolina 

W.Forest 

Ga.Tech. 

Duke 

N.C. State 

tClemson 



W 

5 
3 
3 
3 
2 
1 
1 



L 

1 
2 
3 
2 
5 
5 



T 

2 

1 

1 





Pts. 

204 

189 

119 

91 

114 

67 

97 



Opp. 

102 
108 
125 
124 
81 
162 
179 



IV 

*9 
**8 
5 
6 
6 
2 
3 
7 



ALL GAMES 
T Pts. 



*Won Sun Bowl; "Won Peach Bowl 
tNot eligible for championship by conference action 



380 
337 
234 
205 
296 
128 
263 
346 



Opp. 

280 
216 
274 
232 

201 
301 
311 
215 



MARYLAND (500, 9-30) 

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 in 12 years, by finishing 
unbeaten in ACC play. For the fourth 
straight year and the 11th time in 13 
seasons, the Terps took part in post-season 
play, knocking off Syracuse m the Cherry 
Bowl, 35-18. Maryland extended its ACC 
game win streak to 17, with a 33-21 title 
clinching victory over Virginia on the 
season's final weekend. A pair of offensive 
tackles, J.D. Maarleveld of Maryland and 
Jim Dombrowski of Virginia were tabbed 
as consensus All-Amencans. 



CONFERENCE GAMES 



Team W L 

Maryland 6 

Georgia Tech 5 1 

Clemson 4 3 

Virginia 4 3 

North Carolina 3 4 

Duke 2 5 

North Carolina State 2 5 

Wake Forest 1 6 



Pts. Opp. 



192 
136 
167 
172 
129 

94 
121 

99 



92 
55 
122 
150 
154 
174 
189 
174 



IV 

•9 
#9 
6 
6 
5 
4 
3 
4 



ALL GAMES 

: t Pts. 



3 
2 

t6 
5 
6 

7 



•Won Cherry Bowl; #Won All- American Bowl 
tLost Independence Bowl 



326 
252 
244 
262 
224 
193 
186 
212 



Opp. 

192 
132 
222 
217 
223 
252 
305 
249 



MARYLAND (6-0, 9-3-0) 

18 Perm State 20 

31 Boston Collge 13 

28 West Virginia 

Michigan 20 

31 N.C.State 17 

26 Wake Forest 3 

40 Duke 10 

28 North Carolina 10 

22 Miami (Florida) 29 

34 Clemson 31 

33 Virginia 21 

35 Syracuse* 18 



25 



Getting the Word Out On Terperfection: All ACC 



Atantic Coast 
Sportswriters 
All-Atlantic 
Coast Conference 

Player of the Year 

1953 

Bernie Faloney-Back 

1955 

Bob Pellegrini-Center 

1974 

Randy White-Def . Tackle 

Coach of the Year 

1953 

Jim Tatum 

1955 

Jim Tatum 

1973 

Jerry Claiborne 

1975 

Jerry Claiborne 

1976 

Jerry Claiborne 

1982 

Bobby Ross 

Jacobs Blocking Trophy 
1955 

Bob Pellegrini-Center 

1969 

Ralph Sonntag-Guard 

1982 

Dave Pacella-Guard 

Brian Piccolo Award 

1972 

Al Neville-Quarterback 

1974 

David Visaggio-Def. Guard 

1984 

J.D. Maarleveld-Off. Tackle 

1989 

Michael Anderson-Run. Back 

1953 

First Team 

Stan Jones-Tackle 
Jack Bowersox-Guard 
Bernie Faloney-Back 
Chester Hanulak-Back 
Second Team 
Bill Walker-End 
Bob Morgan-Tackle 
Ralph Felton-Back 




Marcus Badgett (1990-92) and Jermaine Lewis (1992-1995), opposite page, rewrote the Maryland receiving recordbook and 
earned all-A.C.C. in the process. Lewis is the all-time reception leader in the league. 



1954 



1955 



First Team 

Bui Walker-End 
Dick Bielski, Back 
Ronnie Waller-Back 
Second Team 
Bob Pellegrini-Guard 
John Irvine-Center 



1956 



First Team 

Mike Sandusky-Tackle 
Jack Davis-Guard 
Bob Pellegrini-Center 
Ed Vereb-Back 
Second Team 
Bui Walker-End 
Russell Dennis-End 
Frank Tamburello-Back 



1957 



1960 



First Team 

Mike Sandusky-Tackle 
Jack Davis-Guard 



First Team 

Gary Collins-End 

1961 



First Team 

Ed Cooke-End 
Ron Breedlove-Guard 
Second Team 
Gene Alderton 



First Team 

Gary Collms-End 
Bob Hacker-Center 
Second Team 
Roger Shoals-Tackle 
Bill Kirchiro-Tackle 



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1962 



1964 



1965 



First Team 
Walter Rock-Guard 
Dick Shiner-Back 
Tom Brown-Back 

1963 



First Team 

Jerry Fishman-Guard 

Second Team 

Olaf Drozdov-Tackle 
Tom Hickey-Back 



Defense 

Bob Sullivan-Back 

1966 



Defense 

Dick Absher-End 




1969 



Offense 

Ralph Sonntag-Tackle 

1970 

Defense 

Guy Roberts-End 

1971 



Offense 

Dan Bungori-End 

1972 



Defense 

Paul Vellano-Line 
Bob Smith-Safety 

1973 



Defense 

Randy White-Tackle 

Paul Vellano-Guard 

Bob Smith-Safety 

Offense 

Louis Carter-Running Back 



1974 



Defense 

Bob Smith-Safety 

Harry Walters-Linebacker 

Randy White-Tackle 

Offense 

Louis Carter-Tailback 

Stan Rogers-Tackle 

Steve Mike-Mayer-Kicker 



1975 



Defense 

LeRoy Hughes-End 

Jim Brechbiel-Back 

Kevin Benson-Linebacker 

Joe Campbell-Tackle 

Paul Divito-Guard 

Offense 

Marion Koprowski-Tackle 

Specialist 

Mike Sochko-Kicker 



1976 



Defense 

Ken Roy-Back 

Joe Campbell-Tackle 

Brad Carr-Linebacker 

Larry Seder-Guard 

Offense 

Mark Manges-Quarterback 

Ed Fulton-Guard 

Tom Schick-Tackle 



1977 



Defense 

Ted Klaube-Guard 



Second Team 

Dick Shiner-Back 



27 



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Chuck Faucette (above left) and Bruce Mesner (right) are the last two Terps to 
make all-ACC in back-to-back years, and they did it in the same year, 1986. 
Keeta Covington (middle photo) made all-league in 1984 and 1985. 




1978 



Defense 

Bruce Palmer-Guard 
Charles Johnson-Tackle 
Lloyd Burruss-Back 



1979 



Offense 

Larry Stewart-Tackle 
Charlie Wysocki-Tailback 



1980 



Defense 

Lloyd Burruss-Back 
Marlin Van Horn-Guard 
Offense 

Charlie Wysocki-Tailback 



1982 



Defense 

Mark Duda-Tackle 

Offense 

Dave Pacella-Tackle 

Specialist 

Jess Atkinson-Kicker 

1983 

Defense 

Clarence Baldwin-Back 

Pete Koch-Tackle 

Eric Wilson-Linebacker 

Offense 

Ron Solt-Guard 

1984 

Defense 

Al Covington-Safety 

Bruce Mesner-Guard 

Eric Wilson-Linebacker 

Offense 

Kevin Glover-Center 

Greg Hill-Wide Receiver 



1985 



Keeta Covington-Corner 
Chuck Faucette-Linebacker 
Bruce Mesner-Guard 

1986 

Defense 

Keeta Covington-Corner 
Chuck Faucette-Linebacker 
Bruce Mesner-Guard 

1987 

Defense 

Kevin Walker-Linebacker 

Offense 

Ferrell Edmunds-End 

1988 

Defense 

Warren Powers-Tackle 

Specialist 

Dan Plocki-Kicker 



1989 



Defense 

Larry Webster-Tackle 



1990 



Offense 

Barry Johnson-Split End 



1992 



Offense 

Marcus Badgett-Split End 



1993 



Specialist 

Scott Milanovich-Punter 



1994 



Offense 

Stephen Ingram-Tackle 



1995 



Defense 

Al-Covington-Safety 



Offense 

Jermaine Lewis-Wide Receiver 



All-ACC 

Associated Press 

First Team 

1953 

Stan Jones-Tackle 

Bernie Faloney-Back 

Chester Hanulak-Back 

Ralph Felton-Back 

1954 

Dick Bielski-Back 

1955 

Bob Pellegrini-Center 

Ed Vereb-Back 

Mike Sandusky-Tackle 

Jack Davis-Guard 

Frank Tamburello-Back 

1956 

Mike Sandusky-Tackle 

Jack Davis-Guard 

Gene Alderton-Center 

1957 

Rod Breedlove-Guard 

Ed Cooke-End 

1958 

Rod Breedlove-Guard 

1959 

Jim Joyce-Back 

Tom Gunderman-Guard 

1960 

Gary Collins-End 

1961 

Gary Collins-End 

Bob Hacker-Center 

1962 

Dick Shiner-Quarterback 

Tom Brown-Halfback 

Walter Rock-Guard 

1970 

Guy Roberts-Def. End 

1971 

Dan Bungori-End 

1972 

Paul Vellano-Def. Line 

Bob Smith-Def. Back 



1973 

Paul Vellano-Def. Line 
Randy White-Def. Tackle 
Louis Carter-Running Back 
Bob Smith-Def. Back 

All-ACC 

United Press 
International 

First Team 

1955 

Bill Walker-End 

Bob Pellegrini-Center 

Ed Vereb-Back 

Mike Sandusky-Tackle 

1956 

Mike Sandusky-Tackle 

Jack Davis-Guard 

1957 

Ed Cooke-End 

1958 

Ben Scotti-End 

1960 

Gary Collins-End 

1961 

Gary Collins-End 

1962 

Dick Shiner-Quarterback 

Walter Rock-Guard 

1970 

Guy Roberts-Def. End 

1971 

Dan Bungori-End 

1972 

Paul Vellano-Def. Line 

Bob Smith-Def. Back 

1973 

Paul Vellano-Def. Line 

Randy White-Def. Tackle 

Louis Carter-Running Back 

Bob Smith-Def. Back 



28 



Getting the Word Out On Terperfection: ACC All- Academic 




For the past 24 years, A 
Terp has been named 

1954: 

George Palahunik— Guard 

John Irvine— Center 

1955: 

Stanley Polyanski— Guard 

John Healey— Halfback 

1956: 

Mike Sandusky— Tackle 

Donald Healey— Tackle 

Tom Selep— Fullback 

1960: 

Dwayne Fletcher— Halfback 

1961: 

Bob Hacker— Center 

Dick Novak— Quarterback 




Barry Johnson (1990) and Mike 
Sandusky (1956) are the only two Terps 
to be all-A.C.C. in both the A.C.S.W.A. 
voting and all-academic voting. 




1963: 

David Nardo— Guard 

1967: 

Chuck Tine— Guard 

1968: 

Ralph Fnedgen— Guard 

1970: 

Pat Burke— Guard 

Steve Fromang— Center 

Len Santacroce— Center 

Jerry Erhard— Wingback 

Scott Shank— Fullback 

1972: 

Jerry Erhard— End 

1973: 

Kim Hoover— Safety 

1974: 

Tom Schick— Guard 

Bob Avellini— Quarterback 

Rick Jennings— Tailback 

Phil Waganheim— Punter 

Denck Harris— Tackle 

Jim Brechbiel— Def. Back 

1975: 

Kim Hoover— Safety 

John Schultz— Wingback 

Mike Cielensky— Def. Back 

1976: 

Bob Raba— Tight End 

Gene Ochap— Center 

Jonathan Claiborne— Safety 

1977: 

Kenny Watson— Tackle 

Jonathan Claibrone— Safety 

Chris Ward— Def. Back 

Ralph Lary— Safety 

1978: 

Glenn Chamberlain— Guard 

Scott Collins— Tackle 

Phil Livingston— Tackle 

Dean Richards— Wingback 

Joe Baldante — Def. Back 

Ralph Laiy— Safety 

Joe Muffler— Defensive End 

1979: 

Jan Carinci— Wingback 

Kyle Lorton— Center 

Phil Livingston— Tackle 

Ralph Lary— Safety 

Jim Shaffer— Defensive End 

1980: 

Kyle Lorton— Center 

Ralph Lary— Safety 

1981: 

Brian Riendenu— Guard 

Mike Mueller— Linebacker 

1982: 

Joe Aulisi— Defensive End 

1983: 

Greg Harraka— Tackle 

1984: 

Greg Harraka— Tackle 

Frank Reich— Quarterback 

Richard Shure— Fullback 

1985: 

Dolph Tokarczyk— Tight End 




The all-time ACC all academic selection is Ralph Lary, who made the team four 
straight years while playing for some very good Terrapin teams. 



1986: 

Mark Agent— Tackle 

Richard Shure— Fullback 

John Soma— Tackle 

1987: 

Azizuddin-Abdur-Ra'oof— 
Wide Reciever 

Bob Arnold— Guard 

Ken Oberle— Tackle 

Richard Shure— Fullback 

John Soma— Tackle 

1988: 

Ken Oberle— Tackle 

1989: 

Dean Green— Wide Receiver 

1990: 

Barry Johnson- 
Wide Receiver 



Chad Wiestling— Halfback 

Rick Fleece — Noseguard 

Glenn Page— Linebacker 

1991: 

Lubo Zizakovic— Tackle 

1992:! 

Marcus Badgett— 

Wide Receiver 
Scott Rosen— Safety 
1993: 

Russ Weaver— Wide Receiver 
1994: 

Russ Weaver— Wide Receiver 
Mike Settles— Linebacker 
Al Wallace— Defensive End 
1995: 
Al Wallace— Defensive End 




i JL 



Al Wallace, one of Maryland's captains this year, will be shooting to be the first three- 
time winner since Richard Shure (1984. 1986, 1987). 



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Getting the Word Out On Strength & Conditioning 



Terpower 

The physical preparation of a student-ath- 
lete to compete in football has developed 
into a critical component. Emphasis is put on 
enhancing performance as well as prevent- 
ing injuries. Strength coach D wight Gait 
employs a program geared towards maximiz- 
ing athletic development. The Strength and 
Conditioning staff makes every attempt to 
accommodate the different training needs of 
each individual athlete. 

The Maryland football team works on a 
structured weight training program for 47 
weeks out of the year, with the five non- 
training weeks strategically placed to pro- 
mote recovery. 

The preparation of a student-athlete to 
compete in football goes beyond weight lift- 
ing. Speed improvement, explosiveness, ply- 
ometrics, agility and conditioning receive 
great attention. The 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.. 

The Terrapins are fortunate to train in one 
of the premier weight training facilities in 




Strength & Conditioning Director Dwight Gait's focus is close to the individual student athlete. 




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the country. The Maryland Football Complex 
Weight Room features 7,000 square feet of 
space that holds training equipment 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 electrolyzed 
and plate loaded equipment further give the 
student/athlete the chance to better them- 
selves. 

Outstanding performance in the weight 
room is recognized twice a year with the 



awarding of the prestigious Iron Terp Award. 
Players who 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 coefficient based on 
body weight. That allows athletes with dif- 
ferent body weights to compete for recogni- 
tion as the strongest players in the program. 

Iron Terps 

The strength index is an indicator of how 
strong an athlete is when their body weight 
is taken into consideration. 





1996 Spring Iron Terps 














Pos. 


Wt. 


Clean 


Bench 


Squat 


Total 


Index 


Ratcliff Thomas 


LB 


238 


374 


365 


674 


1413 


761 


Andre Hentz 


DB 


176 


286 


375 


526 


1187 


752 


Brad Rhodes 


K 


161 


270 


275 


552 


1097 


744 


Eric Ogbogu 


DE 


245 


358 


365 


546 


1369 


732 


Darryl Giles 


DB 


184 


314 


295 


578 


1187 


729 


Al Wallace 


DE 


246 


363 


410 


585 


1358 


726 


Mitch Watkins 


OL 


263 


352 


445 


578 


1375 


725 


Aaron Henne 


OL 


289 


374 


365 


672 


1411 


724 


Jamie Wu 


DT 


296 


352 


425 


632 


1409 


718 


Chad Scott 


DB 


201 


308 


360 


559 


1227 


712 


Erik Greenstein 


OL 


293 


341 


380 


641 


1362 


696 


Kendall Ogle 


LB 


220 


308 


335 


608 


1248 


692 


Adam Waxman 


LB 


216 


319 


335 


580 


1234 


689 


Craig Fitzgerald 


OL 


241 


330 


405 


539 


1274 


684 


Rhett Hesprich 


LB 


221 


319 


335 


564 


1218 


673 


Pat Ward 


OL 


292 


319 


385 


605 


1309 


670 


Mancel Johnson 


WR 


183 


286 


315 


485 


1086 


669 


Buddy Rodgers 


RB 


229 


314 


350 


559 


1223 


667 


Jess Kuwaye 


RB 


211 


286 


365 


514 


1165 


659 


Anthony Jenkins 


DL 


244 


286 


365 


578 


1229 


658 


Johnnie Hicks 


DL 


264 


330 


340 


575 


1245 


656 



Winter 
Terrapin 
Toll Payers: 

Offensive Line: 
Craig Fitzgerald 

Offensive Back: 
Ken Mastrole 

Defensive Back: 
Darryl Giles 

Defensive Line: 
Jason Brown, 
Anthony Jenkins 

Linebacker: 
Ryan Gick, 
Kendall Ogle 

Wide Receiver: 
Will Clark, 
Marion Clary 




Assistant Director Damian Stephens and Director Dwight Gait use every measure to gauge a competitor's ability to 
play. Here, a search for body fat is conducted: not much was found. 

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Getting the Word Out On Academic Support 



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-athletes 
get a degree in a career field that will 
enhance their life after College Park. The 
insistence is underlined by Coach Mark 
Duffner and his staff, by the athletic admin- 
istration, and by the Academic Support Unit 
of the Department of Athletics. 

Dr. Javaune Adams-Gaston, educator and 
psychologist, is the Assistant Athletic 
Director for Athletic Student Services. She 
oversees the student-athlete's educational 
and medical well-being by her management 
of the Academic Support Unit, Sports 
Medicine and Strength and Conditioning 
staffs. 

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 coun- 
seling psychology from Iowa State in 1983. 
She was appointed to direct student counsel- 
ing in the athletic department in 1988 and is 
in her ninth year. 

Dr. Adams-Gaston regularly provides time 




Dr. Javaune Adams-Gaston not only manages the Academic Support Unit, but she also counsels student athletes in 
meeting the challenges oi college life. 



for individual student-athletes as education- 
al advisor and counselor. Her hands-on 
approach extends to a thorough series of 
seminars she and her staff conduct that tram 
the student-athlete in pertinent education 
beyond the classroom. Seminars cover time 
management, study skills, stress manage- 
ment, motivation, drug education, career 
planning and vocational mentorship. 



Assisting Dr. Adams-Gaston are 
four experienced assistants. 

John Bowman is Associate Director of 
Student Services for Academic Support. He 
returned to Academic Support in 1995 after 
spending three years in the Office of 
Undergraduate Admissions. He had previous- 




John Bowman's experience at Maryland means any stu 
dent athlete can tap into his in-depth knowledge 
of the campus 



Don Pearman's expertise helps promote continuing education for College Park graduates. 



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1^ 


Ki. 1 


9 1 « ' 



Liz Friedman works with student athletes in all sports 
to ensure success in their academic work. 



ly been Senior Advisor in Academic Support 
from 1987 through 1991. He was also an 
Athletic Advisor m 1986 in the Department of 
Undergraduate Studies, and a coordinator in 
the campus's Intensive Education Develop- 
ment Program (1979-1986). 

A 1969 graduate of Oberlin, he earned a 
Master's in education from Case-Western 
Reserve in 1976. 

Liz Friedman, Assistant Director of 
Student Services for the Academic Support 
Unit, begins her sixth year as a full-time ath- 
letic department employee after four years of 
assisting student-athletes on a part-time 
basis in the A.S.U. A native of Rockville, Md„ 
and a graduate of College Park, she received 
a B.A. and M.A. in criminal justice. She coor- 
dinates the Academic Support Unit's study 
table and outreach efforts, and works daily 
with members of the football team and other 
sports in all aspects of academic support. 

Don Pearman, Assistant Director of 
Student Services for the Academic Support 
Unit, is in his fifth year at College Park, but 
his expenence in the university system num- 
bers seven years. He formerly was program 
duector of the Meyerhoff Scholarships at the 
University of Maryland at Baltimore County 
campus. A model program of minority recruit- 
ment m the fields of mathematics and sci- 
ence, the Meyerhoff program is widely emu- 
lated. In the A.S.U. , Pearman is responsible 
for post-graduate scholarship endeavors, the 
unit's tutorial program, and he monitors foot- 
ball, basketball, and six other varsity sports. 

Pearman, a native of Brooklyn, N.Y., 
received both his Bachelor's degree in sociol- 




Heather Lowe's experience in tracking satisfactory 
progress is accomplished out of a recently refurbished 
Academic Support Unit area. 



ogy and his Master's degree in counseling 
from St. Lawrence University. He coordinates 
tutoring progress and works directly with 
football student athletes. 

Heather Lowe is beginning her second 
year as an Academic Counselor in the 
Academic Support Unit. A native of Syracuse, 
N.Y., Heather received her Bachelor's degree 
from Syracuse University in 1992 and her 
Master's degree in college student personnel 
services from the University of Louisville in 
1994. After serving as a graduate assistant in 
the Academic Services for Athletics Office at 
Louisville, she spent a year coordinating the 
career services program for the Athletic 
Academic Support Unit at Florida State. At 
Maryland, Heather's main responsibilities 
include working with various sports, coordi- 
nating the progress reports sent out to facul- 
ty each semester to track student athlete 
progress, and collecting the A.E.S.P.C. forms 
used to track satisfactory progress. 



1995 Spring Semester 
Athletic Director's Honor Roll 

Kenneth Lytle, Place-kicker 3.50 

Kinesiological Sciences 

James Stump, OL 4.00 

Biological Sciences 

Adam Waxman, DL 3.60 

Business Administration 

Jason Apolenis, DB 3.07 

Criminal Justice 

Scott Milanovich, QB 3.00 

Criminal Justice 

Michael Settles, LB 3.40 

Finance 

Pete Sorrentino, OL 3.20 

Criminal Justice 

Al Wallace, DE 3.00 

Health Education 

Brett White, LB 3.50 

Criminal Justice 

Michael Worch, DB 3.00 

Criminal Justice 

Darin Young, P 3.20 

Mechanical Engineering 

1995 Fall Semester 

Athletic Director's Honor Roll 

James Stump, OL 4.00 

Biological Sciences 

Al Wallace, DE 3.66 

Health Education 

Adam Waxman, DL 3.40 

Business Administration 

Craig Fitzgerald.OL 3.75 

History 

Richard Roberts, WR 3.00 

Criminal Justice 

Huggy Robinson, RB 3.36 

Letters and Sciences 

Pete Sorrentino, OL 3.00 

Criminal Justice 

Brett White.LB 3.00 

Criminal Justice 

Darin Young, P 3.00 

Mechanical Engineering 




Football Academic 
Leader: Al Wallace 
earned his second 
straight selection to the 
All-A C.C. Academic 
Football Team in 1995. 
Wallace's selection kept 
alive a long-running 
streak at Maryland— For 
the past 24 years the 
Terrapins have had at 
least one player on the 
All-A.C.C. Academic 
team. In addition to his 
academic prowess, the 
6-5 Wallace is one of the 
best defensive ends in 
the league. 



33 



Getting the Word Out On Sports Medicine 



Terphysicians 

The Sports Medicine staff is comprised of Head Team Physician 
Stanford Lavine, fellow Orthopedic Surgeon David Linehan, Team 
Physicians Sacared Bodison and Steve Fahey of the Campus Health 
Center, and Sandy Worth and her staff of athletic trainers and student 
trainers. 

Comprehensive preseason medical evalua- 
tions on all student athletes are scheduled 
throughout the year and performed by the 
Campus Health Center staff. Problems 
detected are further evaluated by team 
physicians, sometimes with the help of our 
network of consulting specialists, before an 
athlete is cleared to participate. 

Surveillance for detecting subsequent 
injuries and illnesses is spearheaded by the 
Certified Athletic Trainers who man the prac- 
tice field and our three state-of-the-art athletic 
training rooms. Medical consultation is facili- 
tated by the thrice weekly Sports Medicine 
Clinics Dr. Bodison and Dr. Fahey provide at 
the Football Training Room. Drs. Lavine and 
Linehan add a weekly on-site Orthopedic ses- 
sion in addition to providing sideline coverage 
for all football and home men's basketball 
games. Drs. Bodison and Fahey provide simi- 
lar coverage for other high-impact sports. 

With a fully-accredited Campus Health 
Center right on campus, Sports Medicine Clinics in the training rooms 
themselves and Dr. Lavine's availability around the clock, Maryland 
athletes are assured of medical care that is exceptional. 




Dr. David Linehan and 
Dr. Stan Lavine are on 
the sidelines for every 
game; Lavine is the for- 
mer quarterback who led 
the Terrapins to a Gator 
Bowl in 1950. 



Sandra P. Worth-Head Athletic Trainer 

Sandy Worth begins her fifth 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 operation of Maryland's state-of- 
the-art training room in the Football Team Complex which was con- 
structed in 1992. 

Department-wide, 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 24 intercollegiate sport programs. 

Worth served as associate athletic trainer before her appointment to 
head trainer. As associate trainer, she managed the main training room 
in Cole Field House. She was responsible for 14 teams, which included 
the nationally competitive women's basketball, lacrosse and field hock- 
ey 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 
championship wo- 
men's lacrosse teams 
and one field hockey 
national champion- 
ship team. In addi- 
tion, she was the 
trainer for the 
women's basketball 
team when it won 
eight ACC titles. 

Worth was the 
head trainer for the 




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Getting the Word Out On Sports Medicine 



1989 and 1993 U.S. Women's Lacrosse team which won both World 
Cup Championships. In 1993, she accompanied the team to Scotland. 
Worth received her B.S. in physical education from Maryland in 
1973. She is a native of Timonium, Md., where she attended Dulaney 
High School. 

Jim Weir-Assistant Athletic Trainer 

Jim Weir begins his 26th year as an assistant trainer at the 
University of Maryland. He will assist Head Trainer Sandy Worth with 
football, continuing a string of football service unbroken in his 26 years. 

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 in the Navy as a 
Hospital Corpsman 2nd Class. Weir graduated from the Navy Physical 
Therapy Technical School. He worked as an assistant athletic trainer 
at the U.S. Naval Academy before coming to Maryland. 

Weir worked with a number of championship sports during his 
tenure at Maryland. He was a trainer for nine football bowl champi- 
onship teams including the 1975 Gator, the 1977 Hall of Fame, 1984 
Sun and 1985 Cherry Bowls winners. In addition, he was the trainer 
for 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 wrestlmg 
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 begms his fourth year as a member of the 
University of Maryland Athletic Staff. McLaughlin assists with the year- 
around football training duties and concentrates on working with the 
nationally-ranked women's basketball team during the winter months. 

McLaughlin came to Maryland from Loyola College in Baltimore 
where he worked from 1990 to 1993. While there, he was tramer for 
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 bache- 
lor's degree in general studies in 1989. He went on to earn his 
Master's degree in education from the University of Virginia in 1990. 

While at Towson, McLaughlin was a student trainer from 1985 to 
1989. He gained extensive athletic training experience as he worked 
with Tigers' football, basketball and baseball teams. 

While at Virgmia. McLaughlin served as a graduate assistant ath- 
letic trainer at Longwood College while earning his master's degree. 
While there he supervised ten student tramers and the daily opera- 
tions of the 14 sport training room. 

McLaughlin is a native of Long Island, N.Y. 




Dr. Stan Lavine 
Team Physician 

Dr. Stan Lavine, head orthopedic surgeon 
for Maryland's 24 intercollegiate athletic 
teams, has roots that grow deep into 
Maryland's red clay. He first served the Terps 
as a football lettermen in 1948 and 1949 and 
since has served the Terps as team physi- 
cian. 

A native of Pittsburgh where he attended 
Schenley High School, Dr. Lavine matriculat- 
ed at Maryland to prepare for his medical 
career. He played football initially for Clark 
Shaughnessy, one of the sports' great innovators. In his senior year of 
1950, he helped lead Maryland to a 9-1 season and a 20-7 victory over 
Missouri in the Gator Bowl as a quarterback. Following his gradua- 
tion from the University's Medical School, he interned at hospitals in 
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 attends all home football and basketball games and 
some road games and is on call at all times for the University's 24 
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 in 1978. 




Dr. Dave Linehan 



Dr. Sacared Bodison 



Dr. Stephen Fahey 




Dr. Dave Linehan-Team Physician 

Working with Dr. Lavine is another highly regarded orthopedic sur- 
geon, Dr. David Linehan. He worked at College Park's Campus Health 
Center before deciding to go into orthopedic surgery. He has been 
associated with the University's athletic teams since 1973. 



Dr. Sacared Bodison and Dr. Steve 
Fahey-Campus Health Center 

Supporting the team physicians on a daily 
basis are Drs. Sacared Bodison and Steve 
Fahey of the University's Health Center. Dr. 
Bodison is Clinical Director and Director of 
Sports Medicine. She and Dr. 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 stu- 
dent-athletes to specialists through Sandy 
Worth. 



35 



Getting the Word Out On Testuclo 



Terparadigm: Tale of the Top Shell 

Testudo is a Diamondback turtle. Like 
some other famous personages 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 classi- 
fication for turtle (testudines). Or the top tur- 
tle 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 expla- 
nations are a long way from the Chesapeake 
Bay where the Diamondback lives. 

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

Dr. H.C. Byrd, a football coach who later 
became University President, recommended 
the Diamondback as mascot in 1932 in 
response to the student newspaper's search 
for an "official" leader. Byrd's childhood in 
Crisfield, Md., apparently included skirmish- 
es with this brand of snapping turtle, indige- 
nous 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 referrmg to itself as 
Old Liners, yet another name whose deriva- 
tion 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 them- 
selves 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 
campus to save money on expenses. And the 
yearbook and Student Government 
Association chipped-in. Edwin C. Mayo, 
Class of '04 and a former quarterback, donat- 
ed at cost the 300 pound bronzed beauty as 
President of Gorham Manufacturing in 
Providence, R.I. Robert J. Hill cast the 
inspired sculpture accomplished by company 
artist Aristide Cianfrani. Further turtleization 
came when the student yearbook, The 
Reveille, became The Terrapin in 1935. 
Newspapers, even then exploring every 
angle, shortened Terrapin to Terp for head- 




Testudo as guardian 



36 



Getting the Word Out On Testudo 



line writing ease when it wasn't trying to 
cram Old Liner into a single column head 
The name was in place; now came the stuff 
of legend. 

The Stuff of Legend 

The nicely thought out plans that made 
Testudo an instant hit did have a flaw. 
Putting Mr. T in front of the campus gym, 
Ritchie Coliseum, exposed Testudo to every 
road agent wearing enemy colors. Ritchie 
was right on U.S. Route 1, then the principal 
North-South highway along the Eastern 
Seaboard. When a less dignified opponent 
needed something extra against the turtle 
and his troops, they practiced 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 
illegitimate JH's or GW's or V's or NC's on his 
nest. A riot took place when Johns Hopkins 
students kidnapped the handsome reptile in 
1947; 200 police were called to the Baltimore 
campus to control 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 oblig- 
ed, 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 Ms 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 cham- 
pionship came, as did several A.C.C. titles in 
the 1950s. His popularity among the stu- 
dents might have been the undoing of suc- 
cess, however. When McKeldin Library was 
constructed m the middle of campus, the stu- 
dent body demanded Testudo's full-time 
presence in the center of day-to-day activi- 
ties. Testudo had gone far beyond being just 
a symbol for athletics. He was a campus sym- 
bol. 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, football did have a 
downturn in the 1960s with Testudo absent. 
In the 1970s, when a costumed Testudo 
started to roam the sideline, success was 
returning. The furry Testudo reigned over 
unrivaled A.C.C. football prowess, and sent 




Terps out to the four corners of the football 
world for bowls and intersectional clashes. 

In 1992, a bronze duplicate to Testudo was 
created and installed just outside the new 
Football Complex locker room door. As the 
football team takes the field the team con- 
gregates around the bronze Terrapin, and 
then all touch his nose for good luck. In 1995, 
Testudo was again duplicated as a bronze 
Terrapin statue and was placed in Cole Field 







Testudo is a happening dude. 
37 



House as part of lobby refurbishment. 

Joel Meisner Co. of Farmingdale, N.Y., creat- 
ed the duplicates. 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 eas- 
ily removed. The rubber mold, which actually 
recreated Testudo, was painstakingly peeled 
away from the bronze and taken back to 
Meisner's factory where the first duplicate was 
created using the Lost Wax method. 

While Testudo was being copied by Meisner 
Co. in front of McKeldin, the research library 
was undergoing extensive refurbishment. As 
part of the new interior and exterior McKeldin 
received, 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. 

Sixty-three years ago, the Diamondback 
Turtle Gorham used as a model for the shelled 
wonder had a ribbon attached to it at the ded- 
ication. The ribbon was tied to the canvas cov- 
ering the statue. The Diamondback moved for- 
ward, and revealed the splendor of his larger, 
bronzed brother. But no one rushed the small- 
er Diamondback in his duties. All in atten- 
dance were true believers who knew what 
many unfaithful have discovered about 
Terrapins. They bite. 



Getting the Word Out On Colorful Maryland 



Mark Duffner decided on red uniforms 
when he came to College Park five years 
ago. He is not the first coach at Maryland to 
choose the color red, one of four official state 
and school colors. 

Red has been the University of Maryland's 
fight color through much of its history. 
Duffner's taste agreed with Jim Tatum, the 
most successful coach in school history, 
whose national championship team wore 
red. Coaches Jerry Claiborne and Bobby 
Ross dominated in the ACC in red. 

Maroon was the brand of red in Maryland's 
early football uniforms (1892-1910); the second 
color was gray. 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 bnef 
return to black and gold from 1943 to 1946, 
Shaugnhessy's color scheme has been the 
football fashion at Maryland. 

The Terrapins are obviously not at a loss 
for colors. Nor for pageantry. Before every 
home football game alumnus Craig Dameron 
leads Maryland onto the field of play carrying 
the distinctive Maryland flag, just as he has 
for two decades. 

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 colors of gold 
and black appear in the first and fourth quar- 
ters of the flag. Crossland was the family of 
the mother of George Calvert, first Lord 
Baltimore. The red and white Crossland col- 
ors, with a Greek cross terminating in the 
foils, appears in the second and third quar- 
ters. The flag was first flown in its present 
form on October 25, 1888, at Gettysburg 
Battlefield for ceremonies dedicating monu- 
ments to Maryland regiments of the Army of 
the Potomac. It was officially adopted in 1904. 

The Color Bronze 

Curley Byrd grew up at the turn of the cen- 
tury in Crisfield, Md. In your road atlas the 
town is a dot at the southern tip of the state, 
on the eastern shore of the Chesapeake Bay. 

From the marshes that overrun the land by 
the bay came Crisfield's star border, the 
Northern Diamondback Turtle (Macaclemys 
terrapin terrapin). 

Diamondbacks then produced a meat more 
prized than any seafood, but the Diamond- 
back was expensive. In a day when a good- 
sized house didn't cost $3,000 the Diamond- 
back cost $7 a piece. Crisfield's marshes 
housed a bounty through the first great war. 
Curley Byrd grew up in a society that revered 
the Diamondback Turtle. 

In 1933, Byrd who was the football coach 
and campus administrator, led a successful 
move to change the traditional College Park 




University 
Administration 

Dr. William E. 
Kirwan 

President 

Dr. Marie Davidson 

Executive Assistant 
to the President 

Dr. Nelson G. 
Markley 

Acting Vice- 
President for 
Academic Affairs, 
Provost 

Dr. Charles F. 
Sturtz 

Vice-President for 

Administrative 

Affairs 

Reid Crawford 

Vice-President for 

Institutional 

Advancement 

Dr. William L. 
Thomas 

Vice-President for 
Student Affairs 




Board of Regents, 

University of Maryland System 



Dr. Donald Langenburg 
Chancellor, University of 
Maryland System 

System 
Administration 

Dr. Donald 
Langenburg 

Chancellor 

Dr. George L. Marx 

Vice-Chancellor for 
Academic Affairs 

John K. Martin 

Vice-Chancellor for 
Advancement 



Lance W. 
Billingsley, 

Chairman, Prince 
Georges County 

Benjamin L. Brown 

Vice-Chairman, 
Baltimore 

Earle Palmer 
Brown 

Secretary, 

Montgomery 

County 

Constance Unseld 

Treasurer, Baltimore 
County 

Harry R. Hughes 

Assistant Secretary, 
Caroline County 

Margaret Alton 

Baltimore 

Mary Arabian 

Baltimore 

Richard O. Berndt 

Baltimore 



Nathan A. 
Chapman, Jr. 

Howard County 

Charles W. Cole, Jr. 

Baltimore County 

Edwin S. Crawford 

Baltimore County 

Thomas B. Finan, Jr. 

Allegany County 

Frank A. Gunther, Jr. 

Baltimore 

Dr. Wendell M. 
Holloway 

Montgomery 
County 

Ann R. Hull 

Anne Arundel 
County 

Lewis R. Riley 

Exofficio, Wicomico 
County 

Kevin Lawrence 

College Park 



nickname, Old Liner, to Terrapin. 

The rest is history, but until recently only 
College Park history. The bronze Terrapin, 
Testudo, has ruled the campus for decades 
from its perch at the highest point of the 
College Green. A replica now sits outside the 
Football Team House door to urge on competi- 
tors wearing red and white and black and gold. 



Another replica resides in Cole Field House. 

And now Byrd's mascot rules a state. Byrd 
once ran for governor in Maryland, and was 
not the swiftest to the finish line. But thanks 
to the state legislature, Curley Byrd won one 
in Annapolis on October 1, 1994. Senate Bill 
275 was signed into law making the Terrapin 
the official State Reptile. 



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Getting the Word Out On Maryland 



Dr. William E. Kirwan 
University President 

After 25 years of service as a professor and 
administrator at the university, Dr. 
William English Kirwan was appointed pres- 
ident of the University of Maryland at 
College Park on February 1, 1989. He served 
as acting president of the university from 
August 1, 1988, until the time of his appoint- 
ment as president. 

During his tenure as president of the uni- 
versity, Dr. Kirwan has played a pivotal role 
in all of the university's most significant ini- 
tiatives, including an increased emphasis on 
undergraduate education; selective en- 
hancement of academic programs; recruit- 
ment and retention of distinguished faculty; 
achievement of diversity goals for underrep- 
resented minorities; and a capital campaign 
in excess of $200 million. 

Dr. Kirwan is known for his ability to see 
beyond the institution's day-to-day problems 
and for his talent as a consensus builder 
among the large and diverse campus com- 
munity. Under his leadership, the university 
undertook a major restructuring of its acade- 
mic organization, going from a divisional sys- 
tem to a more traditional system of colleges 
and schools. Subsequently, when the state's 
economic decline forced a reduction of this 
university's budget, he oversaw the stream- 
lining of the university's academic offerings 
through the elimination of a college and 32 
degree programs. 

Dr. Kirwan is a member of numerous hon- 
orary and professional societies, including 
Phi Beta Kappa, the American Mathematical 
Society, and the Mathematical Association of 
America. He is the co-editor of Advances in 
Complex Analysis and the author of many 
published articles on mathematical research. 
He served as an editor of the Proceedings of 
the American Mathematical Society from 
1977 to 1985. Dr. Kirwan chaired the 
Mathematical Sciences in the Year 2000 
Committee, a task force created by the 
National Research Council (NRC) to improve 
mathematics education at the nation's col- 
leges and universities during the next 
decade, and he currently serves on the NRC's 
Committee on Undergraduate Science 
Education. 

Dr. Kirwan is a member of numerous 
boards, including the Boards of Directors of 
the American Association of Colleges and 
Universities, the Council for International 
Exchange of Scholars (the Fullbnght 
Program), the World Trade Center Institute, 
the Baltimore Council of Foreign Affairs, and 
the Greater Washington Board of Trade. He 
was recently elected to the Board of 
Directors of the National Association of State 




President William E. 
Kirwan serves on the 
President's Commission 
ol the National 
Collegiate Athletic 
Association, chairs the 
N.CA A. Special 
Committee on Agents 
and Amateurism, and 
sits on the Division I 
Board of Directors 
Transition Team. 




Athletic Director Deborah A Yow serves on the 
National Collegiate Athletic Association Division I 
Management Council Transition team, joining Dr. 
Kirwan in a key role as the N.CA A. moves to restruc- 
ture itself. Their appointments give Maryland-College 
Park a unique presence as the N.CA. A. moves into the 
next century. Yow also sits on the board of U.S.A. 
Basketball, the College Football Association and the 
Sears Director's Cup. (Yow biography on page 193) 



and Land-Grant Colleges (NASULGC) and is 
also Chair-Elect of NASULGC'S Commission 
on Oceans and Atmosphere. In addition, Dr. 
Kirwan serves on the American Council on 
Education's Commission on Women in 
Higher Education and chairs the Prince 
George's County Board of Education's 
Citizens Advisory Committee. 

Because of his contributions to higher edu- 
cation, he was named Officer in the Order of 
King Leopold n by the Belgian government 
and elected to the University of Kentucky 
Hall of Distinguished Alumni. 

Dr. Kirwan joined the university in 1964 as 
an assistant professor of mathematics. He 
rose through the faculty ranks as associate 
professor (1968-72), professor (1972-present), 
and the chair of the Department of 
Mathematics (1977-81). 

In 1981, he was appointed vice chancellor 
for academic affairs, College Park's chief aca- 
demic post. As Vice Chancellor, Dr. Kirwan 
raised admission standards, increased the 
number of merit scholarships and graduate 
fellowships, and established an academic 
planning process. 

Noted for his enormous energy and long 
work days, Dr. Kirwan still finds time regu- 
larly to teach an undergraduate class. 
Whenever possible, he schedules time to 
enjoy classical music concerts and tries to 
find an hour or two each week to escape to a 
convenient tennis court where he is known 
as a very competitive tennis player. 

Dr. Kirwan is married to Patricia Harper of 
Lexington, Kentucky. They have two chil- 
dren: a son, William E. Kirwan III, a 
Washington architect who earned his bac- 
calaureate and master's degrees from the 
university, and a daughter, Ann Elizabeth, 
who also graduated from the College Park 
campus with a degree in journalism. 



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Getting the Word Out On Media Relations 




The media is welcome at Maryland. 

Media Relations will do its very best to service you. 

The Director is 
Herb Hartnett 

(home 410-730-8824), 
in his ninth year at 
Maryland. He is the 
prime football contact 
and he is responsible 
for the media guide 
and weekly releas- 
es. Herb is in his 28th 
year of media rela- 
tions, having been 
SID at the University 
of Pennsylvania from 
1977 to 1988, and an 
assistant there from 
1969 to 1977. The 
Hartnett family pet is a 
turtle named "Tudo." 

Heather Czeczok 
(home 301-680-2270) 
is the editor of the 
Terrapin Game Day 
football program, and 
is in her second year 
at Maryland as the 
Assistant Director. 
Heather is the second 
contact for football, and serves as the media relations director for 
women's basketball. She was the assistant director in sports informa- 
tion at Georgia State, and she also worked at Clemson for four years 
as an undergraduate. The rear window of her car features both 
Maryland and Clemson stickers. 

Chuck Walsh (home 301-890-9671) is in his 11th year at Maryland as 
a member of the sports information and media relations staff. He was 
a student assistant who worked his way to assistant media relations 
director. For most of the media world, he is respectfully known as, 
"Chuck from Maryland." He is the media relations director for men's 
basketball, assists in football publicity, and likes James Taylor concerts. 

Tricia Harris is in her first year as assistant director. Tricia moved 
east of the Rockies in June to cover several Terp Varsity Sports and to 
coordinate publications. Tricia is a Ute, having worked for six years in 
Utah's sports information office as undergraduate and graduate stu- 
dent, and in the offices of the University of Texas at Austin and the 
Big Sky Conference. Tricia is the first Terp publicist from Elko, Nev. 

Nicole Hawkins, who is shaping a sports management undergrad- 
uate major at College Park, is the office administrator. She is the first 
Terp publicist from Watertown, NY. 

The Media Relations Office at Maryland is part of the Athletic 
External Operations office, which is directed by R.D. Helt, associate 
athletic director. 



Media Relations Office 301-314-7064 Office 

University of Maryland 301-405-7808 Press Box 

Room 1112 Cole Field House 301-314-9094 FAX 

Campus Drive 301-405-7800 Press Box FAX 

P.O. Box 295 301-314-7070 Ticket Office 
College Park, MD 20741 

Maryland Fan Phone: A complete menu of sports results and infor- 
mation await the fan on the Maryland Fan Phone. Call 301-314-TERP 
any time. 

Maryland Home Page on the Internet: www.inform.umd.edu/Athletics 



A DEDICATION 

Joseph Francis Blair, who wrote his name in lower case letters, and 
who willingly put others before himself for all of his 72 years, 
passed away on Nov. 15, 1995. joe was flying to Louisville for a foot- 
ball meeting with the Cardinals when he suffered a stroke last 
October. He was flown back to his native Pittsburgh one day before 
he died. Outside of Maryland and the Washington Redskins, nothing 
held more affection for him than a Pittsburgh team. 

joe came to Maryland in 1950, having earned his way through col- 
lege the hard way. A gunner in a B-24 Liberator for three years in 
World War II, joe graduated from Missouri on the G.I. Bill, learning the 
sports information trade under Bill Callahan. Another Missouri leg- 
end, football coach Don Faurot, recommended blair to friend and 
Maryland coach Jim Tatum, and joe arrived in a bow tie in June while 
Byrd Stadium was being built. He soon made friends with a young 
construction worker who was later to attend Maryland, Jack 
Scarbath. joe made sure the football talents of Scarbath were noticed: 
He was Consensus All-America and runner-up in the Heisman voting. 
He was one of joe's first "boys." 

He stayed the first time in College Park for 12 years. He was a won- 
derful publicist, from a school long gone. He socialized with the 
media, served them beverages after hours, and his legendary self- 
effacement enabled him to place his "boys" on one All- America team 
after another. He actually lived in Byrd Stadium, and loved Maryland 
and its crop of people. 

In 1962, joe went to the Redskins, who were not a good football 
team. He was on hand for Vince Lombardi's arrival as coach, was 
George Allen's publicist and worked for owners Edward Bennett 
Williams and Jack Kent Cooke, joe tamed egos, not with a whip, but 
with a bottomless pit of kindness. 

joe officially came back to Maryland in 1983— he was never really 
gone, attending every Maryland event, from September to May, he 
could over his 21 -year loan to pro football. He welcomed Dean Smith 
at the back door of Cole when he first was made head coach; he 
befriended Gary Williams as a 
player, and welcomed him at the 
back door of Cole when he was 
made coach in College Park. 

For the past dozen years he 
helped publicize the footbaU team. 
The players called him "Smokin 
joe," alluding to his habit of regu- 
larly puffing away on a Pall Mall. 
They watched in silence joe's diffi- 
culty on the charter to Louisville, 
as they unknowingly witnessed 
the end of an era. 

This year's Terrapins will be the 
first since 1949 not to have joe 
around them, coffee cup encased 
in a hand with his enormous Super 
Bowl ring, and issuing a pleasant 
"Hello." joe honored Maryland 
with his presence, and Maryland 
honored joe. 

A visit to his basement in the 
process of cleaning out his papers 

revealed all you needed to know of joe. His honors were m dreadful dis- 
repair. There were a ton of certificates and appreciation's— joe's press 
box was voted best in the country; the M-Club thought him the great- 
est; the A.C.C. thought he was among the greatest; and he had a cer- 
tificate proclaiming that Maryland won the national title in 1953. Since 
there is no trophy, the 43-year-old certificate was sent away to be 
cleaned by campus archives, and now resides as the official memento of 
the championship won. It is just one of a thousand gifts joe gave the 
University. 




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Getting the Word Out On The Terpages 



The University 



The Opponents 



Terplace 

The University 1, 14-19 

Byrd Stadium 2 

Terpresident 

Dr. William E. Kirwan 39 

Campus Administration, 

Regents 38 

Terpilot 

Deborah A. Yow 193 

Athletic Administrators 194-195 

Terpromineiit 

Athletic Department Directory 196 

Terpundits 

Television, Radio 190 

Terpress 

The Media 200 

Terpike 

Directions, Hotels 43 



1996-The Terps 



Terportraits 

Mark Duffner 47 

Assistants, Staff 52 

Terplayers 

Alphabetical Roster 44 

Recruits Roster 106 

Numerical Roster 45 

Terpiion/cs 

Pronunciation 198 

Terprofiles 

Player bio's 61-108 

Depth 46 

Captains 61-63 

Honors Candidates 64-77 

Terprospects 

Freshman players 106-108 

Terphyscians 

Sports Medicine 34 

Terpaiaphemalia 

Equipment 199 

Terpad 

Grounds 198 

Terprogram 

Academic Support 32 

Terpower 

Strength & Conditioning 30 

Terpizazz 

The Spirit 60 




Terprotagonists 

Northern Illinois 109 

Alabama Birmingham 109 

Virginia 110 

West Virginia 110 

N.C. State Ill 

North Carolina Ill 

Wake Forest 112 

Duke 112 

Clemson 113 

Georgia Tech 113 

Florida St 114 



1995 



Terplayback 

Tulane 120 

North Carolina 121 

West Virginia 122 

Duke 123 

Georgia Tech 124 

Wake Forest 125 

Clemson 126 

Louisville 127 

N.C. State 128 

Virginia 129 

Florida St 130 

Season Stats 115-117 



1892-1995 



Terplayers 

Letterwinners 131-137 

Terpassages 

Year-by-Year Record 138 

35 Coaches and Their Records 138 

Won-Loss With Opponents 139 

Results of 1,025 Games 140-150 

Terpacesetters 

Season Ruslung, Scoring Leaders 151 

Season Passing Leaders 152 

Season Receiving Leaders 153 

Season Return Leaders 154 

Season Tackling, Interceptions 155 



Terprolitic 

Team Records 156-158 

Individual Records 159-161 

Top Single Game Efforts 162-163 

Top Season Efforts 164-165 

Top Career Efforts 166-167 

Last Time In A Game 168 

Jermaine Lewis & Scott Milanovich 169 

National Award Winners 170-171 

Terprizes 

Team Awaids 172 

Coaches Awards 173 

All-America 174 

Terparadigms 

Hall of Fame 178 

Terpros 

Pro Football Alumni 176 

Terpageant 

Bowls, 1948 and 1950 179 

Bowls, 1952 and 1954 180 

Bowls, 1956 and 1973 181 

Bowls, 1974 and 1975 182 

Bowls, 1977 and 1977 183 

Bowls, 1978 and 1980 184 

Bowls, 1982 and 1983 185 

Bowls, 1984 and 1985 186 

Bowls, 1990 187 

Ranked Terps 188-189 

The Atlantic Coast Conference 

Terplayground, 

The A.C.C. Bowl Alliance 21 

1953 and 1955 Champions 22 

1974 and 1975 Champions 23 

1976 and 1983 Champions 24 

1984 and 1985 Champions 25 

All-A.C.C. Terps 26-29 

ACC 

ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE 



The Maryland Football Media Guide was designed by Herb Hartnett, Dave Pferffer of Concrete Creative, 
Inc., (Ft. Washington, Md), Charlie Guillette of Colonial Lithograph (Attleboro, Mass.). and Kathy Myrick 
of Chroma Graphics, Inc. (Largo, Md.). Written and edited by Hartnett. Chuck Walsh, Heather Czeczok. 
Tricia Harris, Vanessa Abell, Nicole Hawkins, Dave Gell, David O'Bnan. Dan Lyons, and Jason Seedorf. 
Photographs are by Teressa Trusty, Lisa Helfert, Bnan Lewis, and from the files of the Media Relations 
Office and Campus Archives. Larry Crouse of the Campus Photo Service also contributed. The book was 
printed by Chroma Graphics, with personal attention from Kathy and Rusty Coolidge. 

The University of Maryland is an equal opportunity institution with respects to both education and 
employment. The University does not Discriminate on the basis of race, color, origin, sex, or handicap in 
admission or access to, or treatment or employment m. its programs and activities as required by federal 
(Title VI, Title IX, Section 504) and state laws and regulations. Inquiries regarding compliance with Tide 
VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended. Title DC of the 1972 Educational Amendments, Section 504 
of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, or related legal requirements should be directed to Office of Human 
Relations, 1107 Hornbake Library. University of Maryland. College Park. MD 20742. Telephone 301-405- 
2838. Inquiries concerning application of Section 5-4 and Part 34 of the C.F.R. to the University of 
Maryland, College Park, Maryland, may be directed to Director, Disabled Student Services, 0126 
Shoemaker Hall, University of Maryland. College Park. Maryland, 20742; Telephone (301) 314-7682 (voice) 
or (301) 314-7683 (TTY). 

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During the Preseason 

The best time to interview 
coaches or players is following the 
morning workout at approximately 
10:30 a.m. The office of Media 
Relations requests 24 hour notice 
from media who plan to attend 
pre-season practice who are not 
beat reporters. All interviews 
should be arranged through Media 
Relations. Daily practices are from 
approximately 8:30 to 10:30 a.m., 
and from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. 

Coach Duffner is available for 
brief interviews after preseason 
practices before he goes to 
scheduled meetings. The end of 
morning workouts is the best time 
to reach 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 
midday to accomplish feature 
interviews with a coach or player. 

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

During the Season 

All interview requests for 
student-athletes should be 
directed to the office of Media 
Relations. 

Interviews with Coach Duffner 
may be requested through Media 
Relations. Coach Duffner requests 
no media come to his office 
without an appointment. 

The media may attend the first 
hour of daily practices. 

Telephones are available to 
transmit stories in the Visiting 
Coaches Locker Room. 

Media are asked to wait for all 
interviews by the Visiting Team 
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 10 
and 10:30 a.m. 

Mondays 

This is a day off for the 
student-athletes. Interview 
requests for Coach Duffner should 
be directed to Media Relations. 
The best time for Coach Duffner to 



The sixth annual joe 


blair Media Golf Outing and Picnic is 


scheduled for August 1 at the University of Maryland Golf Course. 


We have not renamed the tournament; to put the word 


"memorial" before joe's name would indicate he will not be there. 


For this day, he will once more be very much a part of Maryland 


Athletics. 




The Washington/Baltimore area media play a scramble format 


tournament that ensures no one discovers the athletic abilities of 


those who cover sports. 


Coach Duffner and his staff, as well as other 


athletic department personnel, will play in each foursome and greet 


guests for a post-tournament repast. 


July 29-31: 


Atlantic Coast Conference 




Football Kickoff at 




The Homestead, Hot Springs, Va. 


August 1: 


joe blair Media Golf Outing 




and Picnic 


August 5: 


Freshmen report 


August 6: 


First day of Freshman Practice 


August 8: 


Varsity reports 


August 9: 


Press & Photo Day 2:30-3:30 


August 10: 


First Practice 


August 14: 


First day in pads 


August 21: 


Atlantic Coast Conference 




Football Media Tour 


August 31: 


Earliest Opening Day Ever 




against Northern Illinois 



return a phone call is between 
1:30 and 2 p.m. 

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 1 p.m. 
Coach Duffner is featured along 
with video replays of the 
important plays in the previous 
week's game. Student-athlete 
interviews occur after the 
luncheon in the Visiting Team 
Locker room of the Football 
Complex. (Note: Before the 
Georgia Tech game, the luncheon 
is on Monday.) 

Wednesdays and 
Thursdays 

Student-athletes are available 
at the Visiting Team Lockers 
before practice from approximately 
1:15 p.m., when they are taped, to 
2 p.m., when team meetings begin. 
Requests for longer interviews at 
the team dining facility after 
practice (approximately 6:45 p.m.) 
are welcome. 

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 on Wednesday 

A package of ACC Television 
Interviews with the league 
coaches is available via satellite. 
Each league head coach talks 
about next week's opponent on 
camera, and game highlights of 
the previous week are telecast. 
Time and coordinates were not 
available at the time the media 



guide went to press. 

The Atlantic Coast Conference 
hosts a Media Teleconference 
featuring the nine league head 
coaches. The first coach is 
interviewed at 11 a.m., and the 
sequence of interviews is by 
alphabetical order by school. 
Coach Duffner is interviewed at 
11:40 a.m. The access number is 
available from the ACC. 

Terrapin Game Day 

The Byrd Stadium press box 
(Tyser Tower) consists of five 
levels. The third level has a 160 
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 take 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. Nicole 
Hawkins (301-314-7064) 
coordinates passes. Will Call at 
the Press Entrance at the south 
side of the stadium will be 
manned by Media Relations 
personnel on Game Day. 

The Florida State game: Media 
passes may be ordered from either 
the Maryland or FSU Media 
Relations offices. 

Press parking passes are 
honored either in the parking 
garage next to Cole Field House, 
which is across Field House Drive 
from the Tyser Tower, or in 
Parking Lot Q, which is outside 
the north side of the stadium. 













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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 Heather Czeczok will 
be on the field with flip cards and 
some food for halftime. No one, 
including photographers, Is allowed 
in the stadium with umbrellas. 

Telephones are available to the 
media throughout press row on 
level three to transmit stones. 
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 fine 
enough to deserve a meal ticket, 
which is attached to all press 
credentials. Food service is 
available one hour before kickoff . 

After Terrapin Games 

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

Maryland's postgame press 
conference takes place m the 
Football Complex Player's Lounge 
on the first floor. Herb Hartnett, 
Heather Czeczok and Tncia Harris 
will direct the media to the proper 
area. The press conference will be 
televised back to the Tyser Tower. 

Opponent interviews will take 
place m the Football Complex 
Strength and Conditioning Area 
which is near the Visiting Team 
Locker Room. 

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



PRESS BOX SERVICE AWARD 




The Football Writers Association 
iBfc of America 

Recognizes 

liniiigrfliii i of I ftlariiLimt 




yS^ — President 



for the exceptional service 
to the working press 



Pre« Box Chairman 




A joe blair legacy. 



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, 30 minutes after 
the coach has left the locker room 
area for his postgame interview, 
the locker room will be opened to 
all accredited media for a half- 
hour. 

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



Atlantic Coast Conference Media Service 

The Media Relations Office of the ACC offers the following: 

ACC Faxback (Maryland football materials are available 

24 hours a day). 

ACC Electronic Bulletin Board (Current football statistics 

24 hours a day). 

ACC Football Kickoff. this year at The Homestead. 

ACC Football Tour, coming through College Park on August 21. 

ACC Satellite Feed on Wednesdays, football game previews. 

ACC weekly coaches teleconferences. 

Maryland Media Service 

In addition to the around-the-clock services of the league office. 
Maryland offers its Internet Home Page (www.inform.umd.edu/athletics) 
with current football statistics and notes. 

The Terp Fan Phone (301-314-TERP) has results of all Terrapin 
sports, all the time. 



Hotels near Byrd Stadium include the following: 

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

Greenbelt Marriott (301-441-3700) 

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

College Park Holiday Inn (301-345-6700) 

College Park Comfort Inn Suites (301-441-8110) 

Two traditional restaurants near Byrd Stadium are Bentley's on 
Route 1 m College Park and Ledo's on University Boulevard in 
Adelphi. Each is close to campus and is better than a mere eatery. 

Directions to Byrd Stadium : 

From Baltimore and North: Interstate 95 South to Exit 25, College 
Park/U.S. Route 1 South. After approximately one mile, exit off of U.S. 
1 onto Maryland Route 193 West. Go two traffic lights to Stadium 
Drive. 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 Byrd Stadium. 

From Washington National Airport: Interstate 395 North until it 
terminates at New York Avenue. 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 to 
Stadium Drive. 

From Washington/Richmond and South: Interstate 95 North until 
exit 25, College Park/U.S. Route 1 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. 



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Getting the Word Out On Terparade of Football Numbers 




No 


Name 


Pos. 


Ht. 


Wt. 


Yr. 


Hometown/High School 


Major 


43 


APOLENIS, Jason # 


S 


6-0 


189 


So* 


Clarksburg, Md. /Damascus 


Criminal Justice 


2 


BAKER, Henry # 


S 


6-3 


190 


Jr 


Paterson, N.J./Eastside 


Sociology 


54 


BARTON, Eric 


LB 


6-3 


235 


So 


Alexandria, Va./Thomas Edison 


Letters & Sciences 


19 


BENJAMIN, Akil 


DB 


5-8 


176 


Fr* 


Columbia, Md./Oakland Mills 


Letters & Sciences 


82 


BOOKER, Phil 


TE 


6-2 


192 


Jr* 


Baltimore, Md. /Boy's Latin 


Electrical Engineering 


58 


BROWN, Jason ## 


DE 


6-1 


225 


Jr* 


White Springs, Fla. /Hamilton County 


Art Studio 


89 


BROWN, Tim 


TE 


6-3 


245 


Jr 


Brentwood, N.Y. /Brentwood 


Family Studies 


93 


CALENDINE, Eric 


DE 


6-2 


234 


Fr* 


Pittsford, N.Y./Mendon 


Criminal Justice 


45 


CHAVEZ, Mario ## 


FB 


6-0 


246 


Sr* 


N. Miami Bch, Fla /Msgr. Pace 


Marketing 


85 


CLARK, Will 


WR 


5-10 


179 


Jr* 


Columbia, Pa. /Catholic 


Geography 


91 


COWSETTE, Delbert 


DT 


6-1 


265 


Fr* 


Cleveland, Ohio/Central Catholic 


Letters & Sciences 


85 


CLARY, Marlon 


DE 


6-3 


233 


Jr 


Ft. Washington, Md./Nottoway 


Gov't & Politics 


25 


CROSBY, Clifton 


WR 


5-10 


164 


So* 


Erie, Pa./East 


Family Studies 


9 


CUMMINGS, Brian ## 


QB 


5-11 


205 


Jr* 


Eastchester, N.Y./Iona Prep 


Marketing 


20 


DAVIDSON, Troy 


WR 


5-11 


180 


Fr* 


Pittsburgh, Pa./Schenley 


Psychology 


8 


EATMON, Darnell 


RB 


5-11 


190 


Fr* 


Seabrook, Md./Laurel 


Letters & Sciences 


30 


EDWARDS, Russell 


P 


5-11 


197 


So* 


Alexandria, Va. /Edison 


Computer Science 


32 


EISKANT, Daniel 


DB 


5-11 


213 


Fr* 


Alexandria Va./Thomas Edison 


Letters & Sciences 


5 


EVANS, Trey 


QB 


6-2 


180 


Fr* 


Austin, Tex. /Round Rock 


Letters & Sciences 


66 


FEUGILL, John # 


OT 


6-7 


290 


So* 


Methuen, Mass./Methuen 


Criminal Justice 


60 


FITZGERALD, Craig ## 


C 


6-3 


283 


Sr* 


Philadelphia, Pa./La Salle 


Gov't & Politics 


29 


GICK, Ryan # 


OLB 


5-11 


194 


Jr* 


Waldorf, Md./McDonough 


Physical Education 


31 


GILES, Darryl ## 


DB 


5-11 


180 


Jr* 


Suitland, Md./Suitland 


Biological Sciences 


68 


GILLIAM, Darryl ## 


OT 


6-5 


321 


Jr* 


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


Speech Communication 


24 


GORE, Lamont ### 


S 


6-1 


212 


Sr 


Lanham, Md./DeMatha 


Criminal Justice 


69 


GREENSTEIN, Erik ### 


C 


6-2 


300 


Sr* 


Andover, Mass./Andover 


Speech Communication 


22 


GRIER, Ernest 


CB 


6-0 


200 


Sr 


Absegami, N.J./Hudson CC 


Family Studies 


64 


HALL, Farad 


OL 


6-1 


267 


Sr* 


Carol City, Fla./Msgr. Pace 


Criminal Justice 


43 


HELMER, John 


DB 


6-1 


180 


Fr* 


Silver Spring, Md./Spnngbrook 


General Business 


79 


HENNE, Aaron ### 


OL 


6-5 


299 


Sr* 


Allison Park, Pa./Shaler Area 


Criminal Justice 


18 


HENTZ, Andre # 


S 


5-8 


174 


Sr 


Asheville, N.C./Asheville 


Gov't & Politics 


51 


HESPRICH, Rhett # 


LB 


6-0 


226 


Jr* 


Snellville, Ga./Brookwood 


Engineering 


90 


HICKS, Eric ## 


DE 


6-6 


248 


Jr 


Erie, Pa./Mercyhurst Prep 


Criminal Justice 


53 


HICKS, Johnnie ## 


DL 


6-2 


281 


Jr* 


Harnsburg, Pa. /Susquehanna Twp. 


Geography 


81 


HOUGH, Josh 


TE 


6-5 


250 


Jr* 


Waynesboro, Pa/Waynesboro Area 


Art Studio 


48 


HUGGINS, Jomo 


DE 


6-3 


220 


Fr* 


Umondale, N.Y.//Holy Trinity 


Kinesiology 


36 


JACKSON, Paul # 


CB 


6-0 


177 


So* 


Clinton, Md./Bishop McNamara 


Family Studies 


19 


JAMES, Bruce # 


WR 


5-8 


160 


So* 


Gretna, La. /Archbishop Shaw 


Criminal Justice 


98 


JENKINS, Anthony 


DT 


6-2 


255 


Sr 


Winston-Salem, N.C./West Forsyth 


Criminal Justice 


27 


JOHNSON, Andreal ### 


DB 


5-10 


170 


Sr 


Pahokee, Fla./Pahokee 


Family Studies 


13 


JOHNSON, Derrick 


S 


6-3 


206 


Fr* 


Pittsburgh, Pa./Penn Hills 


General Business 


6 


JOHNSON, Mancel ### 


WR 


6-1 


178 


Sr 


Lanham, Md. /Eleanor Roosevelt 


Criminal Justice 


1 


JONES, Duan 


WR 


5-10 


150 


So* 


Glenarden, Md. /Eleanor Roosevelt 


Family Studies 


41 


LYGHT, Erwyn 


LB 


6-0 


195 


Fr* 


Westfield, N.J./Westfield 


Kinesiology 


14 


MASTROLE, Ken 


QB 


6-3 


222 


Fr* 


Fort Lauderdale, Fla. /Cardinal Gibbons 


Letters & Sciences 


75 


MESSINA, Brad 


OL 


6-6 


299 


Fr* 


Bogota, N.J. /Bogota 


Letters & Sciences 


67 


NURSE, Michael 


OLB 


6-3 


265 


So* 


Brooklyn, N.Y. /Brooklyn Tech 


Sociology 


16 


O'DONNELL, Joe ## 


PK 


5-10 


184 


Sr 


Rural Ridge, Pa. /Fox Chapel 


Psychology 


42 


OGBOGU, Eric ## 


DE 


6-4 


245 


Jr 


Irvington, N.Y. /Archbishop Stepinac 


Accounting 


32 


OGLE, Kendall* 


OLB 


6-1 


209 


So* 


Irvington, N.J. /Hillside 


Sociology 


47 


PATRICK, Marcus 


DB 


6-0 


175 


Jr 


Roosevelt, N.Y. /Roosevelt 


Afro-American Studies 


73 


REZZELLE, Ryan # 


OL 


6-5 


290 


So* 


Erie, Pa./McDowell 


Criminal Justice 


17 


RHODES, Brad # 


PK 


5-8 


157 


So* 


Biloxi, Miss. /St. John's 


Kinesiology 


30 


RICHARDSON, Craig 


DB 


5-9 


163 


Fr* 


Brooklyn, N.Y./South Shore 


Criminal Justice 


31 


ROBINSON, Huggie 


RB 


5-7 


208 


Fr* 


Stubenville, Ohio/Stubenville 


Letters & Sciences 


34 


RODGERS, Buddy ## 


RB 


5-11 


225 


Jr 


East Providence, R.I. /East Providence 


Elementary Education 


11 


RUSSELL, Keon 


QB 


5-11 


187 


So* 


Brooklyn, N.Y./Midwood 


Criminal Justice 


3 


SCOTT, Chad # 


CB 


6-1 


189 


Sr* 


Capitol Heights, Md./Suitland 


Afro- American Studies 


10 


SIMON, Geroy ### 


WR 


6-0 


183 


Sr 


Johnstown, Pa. /Johnstown 


Criminal Justice 


95 


SIMS, Ashley 


TE 


6-2 


250 


Sr* 


Troy, N.Y./East 


Criminal Justice 


52 


SMITH, Rashad 


LB 


6-2 


230 


Fr* 


Fort Washington, Md./DeMatha 


Art Studio 


65 


SORRENTINO, Pete # 


OL 


6-5 


305 


Jr* 


Staten Island, N.Y./Curtis 


Criminal Justice 


7 


STROZIER, Orlando ## 


CB 


6-1 


194 


Sr* 


Augusta, Ga./Hephzibah 


Theater 


72 


STUMP, James # 


OL 


5-11 


278 


Sr 


Finksburg, Md. /Westminster 


Biological Sciences 


55 


SURMAN, Anthony 


OL 


6-0 


280 


So* 


Pittsburgh, Pa. /Baldwin 


Gov't & Politics 





44 



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No. Name Pos. Ht. Wt. Yr. 

46 THOMAS. Ratcliff «"" LB 6-1 238 Sr 

49 TIMMINS, Peter LB 6-3 217 Fr* 

70 TIMOTHY, Eric OL 6-3 311 Fr* 

40 UNDERWOOD, Brian 'Mi RB 6-1 177 Jr* 



Hometown/High School 

Alexandria, Va./T.C. Williams 
Staten Island, N.Y./Curtis 
Hamden, Conn./Hamden 
Bronx, NY. /Herbert Lehman 



Major 

Criminal Justice 
Letters & Sciences 
Letters & Sciences 
Afro-American Studies 



56 WALLACE, Al // Mi DE 6-4 244 Sr' 

80 WALTON, Kendrick It WR 6-2 167 So* 

71 WARD, Pat ## OL 6-5 296 Jr' 

12 WASHINGTON. Lynde DB 5-9 170 Fr' 

61 WATKINS. Mitch ## OL 6-2 258 Jr' 



Del Ray Beach, Fla./Spanish River 
Dallas, Tex./Carter 
Herndon Va./St. John's 
Upper Marlboro, Md./DeMatha 
Salisbury, Md./Bennett 



Health Education 
Family Studies 
Criminal Justice 
Letters & Sciences 
Criminal Justice 



87 WATSON, Tim ## DL 6-4 276 Jr* 

59 WAXMAN, Adam LB 6-1 215 Jr* 

50 WHITE, Brett ## LB 6-1 220 Jr' 

15 WILLIAMS. Walt Mill WR 5-10 185 Sr* 

39 WORCH, Mike LB 5-11 212 Sr* 



Somers Point, N.J. /Mainland Reg. 
Baltimore, Md./Pikesville 
Hornell, N.Y./Hornell 
Homestead, Fla./Killian 
Rockville, Md./St. John's 



Family Studies 
Business Administration 
Criminal Justice 
Health Education 
Criminal Justice 



84 
99 
20 



WORD, Jason # 
WU, Jamie 
YOUNG, Darin 



WR 5-11 170 Sr Kansas City, Kan./Washington 

DT 6-3 304 Fr* St. Charles, Ill./St. Charles 

P 5-10 193 Sr' Thurmont, Md./Thomas Johnson 



* Redshirt Year 
n Letters Won 











Numerical Roster 




No. 


Name 


Pos. 


No. 


Name 


Pos. 


1 


JONES, Duan 


WR 


31 


GILES, Darryl 


DB 


2 


BAKER, Henry 


DB 


31 


ROBINSON, Shiraz 


RB 


3 


SCOTT, Chad 


DB 


32 


EISKANT, Daniel 


DB 


5 


EVANS, Trey 


QB 


32 


OGLE, Kendall 


OLB 


6 


JOHNSON, Mancel 


WR 


34 


RODGERS, Buddy 


SB 


7 


STROZIER, Orlando 


WR 


36 


JACKSON, Paul 


CB 


8 


EATMON, Darnell 


RB 


39 


WORCH, Mike 


DB 


9 


CUMMINGS, Brian 


QB 


40 


UNDERWOOD, Brian 


SB 


10 


SIMON, Geroy 


WR 


41 


LYGHT, Erywn 


DB 


11 


RUSSELL. Keon 


QB 


43 


APOLENIS, Jason 


DB 


12 


WASHINGTON, Lynde 


DB 


43 


HELMER, John 


DB 


13 


JOHNSON, Derrick 


DB 


45 


CHAVEZ, Mario 


FB 


14 


MASTROLE, Ken 


QB 


46 


THOMAS, Ratcliff 


LB 


15 


WILLIAMS, Walt 


WR 


47 


PATRICK, Marcus 


CB 


16 


O'DONNELL, Joe 


K 


48 


HUGGINS, Jomo 


LB 


17 


RHODES, Brad 


K 


49 


TIMMINS, Peter 


LB 


18 


HENTZ, Andre 


S 


50 


WHITE, Brett 


LB 


19 


BENJAMIN, Akil 


DB 


51 


HESPRICH, Rhett 


LB 


20 


DAVIDSON, Troy 


WR 


52 


SMITH Rashad 


LB 


20 


YOUNG, Darin 


P 


53 


HICKS, Johnnie 


DL 


22 


GRIER, Ernest 


DB 


54 


BARTON, Eric 


LB 


24 


GORE. Lamont 


S 


55 


SURMAN, Anthony 


DL 


25 


CROSBY, Clifton 


WR 


56 


WALLACE, Al 


DL 


27 


JOHNSON, Andreal 


DB 


58 


BROWN, Jason 


DE 


29 


GICK, Ryan 


OLB 


59 


RICHARDSON, Julian 


OLB 


30 


EDWARDS, Russell 


P 


59 


WAXMAN, Adam 


LB 


30 


RICHARDSON, Craig 


DB 


60 


FITZGERALD, Craig 


OL 



No. 

61 
64 
65 
66 
67 
68 
69 
70 
71 
72 
73 
75 
79 
80 
81 
82 
84 
85 
85 
87 
90 
91 
93 
95 
98 
99 



Gov't & Politics 
Letters & Sciences 
Mechanical Engineering 



Name Pos. 

WATKINS, Mitch OL 

HALL, Farad OL 

SORRENTINO, Pete OT 

FEUGILL, John OT 

NURSE, Michael OL 

GILLIAM, Darryl OT 

GREENSTEIN, Erik C 

TIMOTHY, Eric OL 

WARD, Patrick OL 

STUMP, James OL 

REZZELLE, Ryan OT 

MESSINA, Brad OL 

HENNE, Aaron OL 

WALTON, Kendrick WR 

HOUGH. Josh DL 

BOOKER, Phil TE 

WORD, Jason WR 

CLARY, Marlon DE 

CLARK. Will WR 

WATSON, Tim DL 

HICKS, Eric DL 

COWSETTE, Delbert DL 

CALENDINE, Eric DE 

SMS. Ashley DL 

JENKINS, Anthony DE 

WU, Jamieson DL 



45 



Getting the Word Out On Terperformers, Depth following Spring Practice 



Offense 

(22 letterwinners return. Nine letterwinners completed eligibility) 

WR— ###Geroy Simon, Sr., 6-0, 183, Johnstown, Pa. 

#Jason Word, Sr., 5-11, 170, Kansas City, Kan. 

#Bruce James, So.*, 5-8, 160, Gretna, La. 
LT— ##Darryl Gilliam, Jr.*, 6-5, 321, Washington, D.C. 

Brad Messina, Fr.*, 6-6, 299, Bogota, N.J. 
LG— ##Pat Ward, Jr.*, 6-5, 296, Herndon, Va. 

#Pete Sorrentino, Jr.*. 6-5, 305, Staten Island, N.Y. 
C— ###Erik Greenstein, Sr.*, 6-2, 300, Andover Mass. 

Eric Timothy, Fr.*, 6-3, 311, Hamden, Conn. 
RG— ###Aaron Henne, Sr.*, 6-5, 299, Allison Park, Pa. 

##Mitch Watkins, Sr.*, 6-2, 258, Salisbury, Md. 
RT— #John Feugill, So.*, 6-7, 290, Methuen, Mass 

#Ryan Rezzelle, So.*, 6-5, 290, Erie, Pa. 
TE— Tim Brown, Jr., 6-3, 245, Brentwood, N.Y. 

Josh Hough, Jr.*, 6-5, 250, Waynesboro, Pa. 
QB— ##Brian Cummings, Jr.*, 5-11, 205, Eastchester, N.Y. 

Keon Russell, So, 5-11, 187, Brooklyn, N.Y. 
FB— ##Mario Chavez, Sr.*, 6-0, 246, N. Miami Beach, Fla. 

##Brett White, Jr.*, 6-1, 220, Hornell, N.Y. 
TB— ##Buddy Rodgers, Jr., 5-11, 225, East Providence, R.I. 

##Brian Underwood, Jr.*, 6-1, 187, Bronx, N.Y. 
WR— ###Walt Williams, Sr.*, 5-11, 192, Homestead, Fla. 

Troy Davidson, Fr.*, 5-11, 171, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

###Mancel Johnson, Sr., 6-1, 180, Lanham, Md. 
PK— ##Joe O'Donnell, Sr., 5-10, 184, Rural Ridge, Pa. 

#Brad Rhodes, So.*, 5-8, 157, Biloxi, Miss. 
Other Letterwinners: #James Stump, OL; #Kendnck Walton, WR. 

Returning starters m bold, *=Redshirt Year. #=Letters Won 



Defense 

(23 letterwinners return. Six letterwinners completed eligibility) 

E— ##Eric Hicks, Jr., 6-6, 248, Erie, Pa. 

##Eric Ogbogu, Jr.*, 6-4, 245, Irvington, N.Y. 
T— ##Johnnie Hicks, Jr.*, 6-2, 281, Harrisburg, Pa. 

Delbert Cowsette, Fr.*, 6-1, 265, Cleveland, Ohio 
T— ##Tim Watson, Jr.*, 6-4, 276, Somers Point, N.J. 

#Anthony Jenkins, Sr., 6-2, 255, Winston-Salem, N.C. 

Jamie Wu, Fr.*, 6-3, 304, St. Charles, 111. 
E— ###A1 Wallace, Sr.*, 6-4, 244, Del Ray Beach, Fla. 

##Eric Ogbogu, Jr.*, 6-4, 245, Irvington, N.Y. 
LB— ###Ratcliff Thomas, Sr„ 6-1, 238, Alexandria, Va. 

#Rhett Hesprich, Jr.*, 6-0, 226, Snellville, Ga. 
LB— #Eric Barton, So., 6-3, 235, Alexandria, Va. 

Pete Timmins, Fr.*, 6-3, 217, Staten Island, N.Y. 
OLB— #Kendall Ogle, So.*, 6-1, 209, Irvington, N.J. 

Erwyn Lyght, Fr.*, 6-0, 195, Westfield, N.J. 
CB— #Chad Scott, Sr., 6-1, 189, Capitol Heights, Md. 

#Paul Jackson, So.*, 6-0, 177, Clinton, Md. 
S— ###Lamont Gore, Sr., 6-1, 212, Lanham, Md. 

##Henry Baker, Jr., 6-3, 190, Paterson, N.J. 
S— #Andre Hentz, Sr., 5-8, 174, AsheviUe, N.C. 

Derrick Johnson, Fr.*, 6-3, 206, Pittsburgh, Pa. 
CB— ###A. J. Johnson, Sr., 5-10, 170, Pahokee, Fla. 

Lynde Washington, Fr.*, 5-9, 170, Upper Marlboro, Md. 

##Orlando Strozier, Sr.*, 6-1, 194, Augusta, Ga. 
P— Russell Edwards, So.*, 5-11, 197, Alexandria, Va. 

Darin Young, So.*, 5-10, 193, Thurmont, Md. 
Other Letterwinners: #Jason Apolenis, DB; ##Jason Brown DE; 

##Craig Fitzgerald, DL; #Ryan Gick, OLB; ##Darryl Giles, DB. 




46 



Getting the Word Out On Mark Duffner 



The appellation, 
"coach," fits Mark 
Duffner nicely. 

He loves what he does for a 
living. He puts his large frame — he 
was a standout defensive lineman 
at William & Mary— behind all 
that he does. There is a great deal 
of the old-fashioned coach in 
Duffner— he naturally both hugs 
his players and booms insistent 
instructions at them. He sets a 
pace for others to follow. No coach 
will outwork him; his motor is 
geared to high octane. 

Duffner was well-suited to 
Maryland when he was named 
coach on New Year's Eve Day of 
1991. He owned college football's 
winningest record: 60-5-1 at Holy 
Cross, recorded from 1986 to 1991. 
Teams in purple coming out of 
Worcester had the presence of 
immense winners. The Crusaders 
moved the ball for 5,000 yards of 
total offense a season, and their 
defense held the opposition during 
his tenure to 12 points a game. 

Duffner took on new colors in 
College Park. He succeeded Joe 
Krivak. a veteran coach who had 
known some great success in his 
yeais as assistant coach and head 
coach in College Paik. Duffner 




All I can say is, GO MARYLAND! 

Mark Duffner after his first win at Maryland. 



Specifics 

Born: July 19, 1953. 

Washington, DC. 

Hometown: Annandale, Va. 

Present Residence: Silver 

Spring, Md. 

High School: Annandale 

College: College of William & 

Mary 

Graduate School: The Ohio 

State University 



held his press conference and 
then immediately went to the 
telephone to recruit. 

Duffner loves to recruit. His 
current 1996 recruiting class was 
ranked 18th in the nation by one 
national service. In 1993, 1994 and 
1995, his classes were ranked by 
some in the nation's top 25 each 
year. 

It was good that Duffner 
recruited immediately and well. 
He rarely lost at Holy Cross, 
learned to coach under Woody 
Hayes at Ohio State, and he 
expected to win every game. His 
first Terrapins were 3-8 in 1992. 
They set over 20 school records, 
were dynamite to watch as they 
gamed 5,216 yards of offense, and 
defense and offense both played 
with abandon. His second 
Terrapin team was 2-9 m 1993. 




47 



Getting the Word Out On Mark Duff ner 




Pathfinder 

Twenty-eight seniors left the 1992 
team; Duffner started the 1993 
season with only eight seniors who 
played. Conversely, he was forced 
to start eight true freshmen. 

Maryland gave up 6,083 yards 
of offense in 1993. The same 
names that have earned All- 
Atlantic Coast Conference honors 
since — Linebacker Ratcliff Thomas, 
Defensive Tackle Johnnie Hicks, 
and Comerback A. J. Johnson — 
were true freshmen starters that 
year. Present Defensive Tackle 
Tim Watson and Safety Lamont 
Gore learned the hard way by 
starting in the ACC out of high 
school. The seeds of success were 
planted, but were scorched by the 
blazing ACC sun. 

In 1995, Maryland gave up 
3,885 yards of offense, an 
improvement of 2,138 yards in two 
seasons. The defensive 
improvement allowed for an 
improved (4-7) record in 1994; it 
was backed up by an offense that 
set a bushel of records. (Over 75 
school offensive records have 
been broken and re-broken in 
Duffner's reign.) 

A splendid start by the offense 
and continuous defensive 
improvement allowed for a 6-5 
record last fall. The season 
accounted for; 

• The first winning record in five 
years at Maryland 

■ The first back-to-back weekly 
national rankings (Nos. 24 and 17) 
in nine years. 

■ The first 4-0 start since 1978, 



which propelled the Terps to the 
top attendance increase in the 
nation among Division I programs. 

The winning season was 
accomplished with another fuzzy- 
cheeked group: 16 of 22 starters 
return in 1996. 

The future features an horizon 
with an expandmg view for 
Duffner. Under his tutelage the 
Terrapins have gotten better and 
better. 

The "coach" at William and 
Mary 

Duffner graduated in 1975 with 
a degree in physical education. He 
was recruited to the Williamsburg 
school by Bobby Ross, the present 
coach of the San Diego Chargers 
and a former Maryland mentor. He 
played for Lou Holtz, the coach at 
Notre Dame. He was chosen All- 
Academic Southern Conference as 
a senior. He also served as a 
graduate assistant in the sprmg of 
his senior year. 

The "coach" at Ohio State 

Duffner coached under Woody 
Hayes during the 1975 and 1976 
seasons as a graduate assistant. 
The Buckeyes went to the Rose 
and Orange bowls during his 
tenure and were 21-3. 

The "coach" at Cincinnati 

Duffner became the youngest 
defensive coordinator in Division I 
college football in 1977. He was 
also the recruiting coordinator for 



the Bearcats. In his first year, the 
Bearcats were ranked m the 
nation's top 10 in rushing and 
scoring defense. 

The "coach" at Holy Cross 

For five years Duffner served 
as Defensive Coordmator and 
Recruiting Coordmator to Head 
Coach Rick Carter. Carter led the 
Crusaders to marks of 6-5, 8-3, 9- 
2-1, 8-3, and 4-6-1. Duffner then 
suffered the worst blow of his 
career when Carter took his own 
life on February 2, 1986. Six days 
later, Duffner was named to 
succeed him. 

Duffner turned the worst pain 
of tragedy— Carter was both 
friend and mentor— into the 
greatest era in the school's 
history. The 4-6-1 team of 1985 
became the 10-1 team of 1986. 
This was followed by the 11-0 
season of 1987, a 9-2 mark m 
1988, a 10-1 record in 1989, a 9-1-1 
record in 1990, and an 11-0 mark 
in 1991. 

Duffner was chosen for five 
national coach of the year honors, 
won national I-AA championships 
on two occasions, was chosen 
New England Coach of the Year 
five tunes, and when he finished 
his Crusaders had a 20 game 
wmmng streak, the longest I-A or 
I-AA streak in the nation. In all, he 
was chosen coach of the year, on 
a league or regional basis, 17 
times. 

Duffner at Holy Cross was 
dominant in a way few coaches 



have ever been — the list of 
accomplishments goes on and on. 
The Crusaders won five Patriot 
League championships, four 
Lambert Cup trophies, which are 
emblematic of Eastern supremacy, 
four E.C.A.C. team of the year 
awards, and the national rankings 
were constant: No. 5 in 1986; 
No. 1 in 1987; No. 4 m 1989; No. 8 
m 1990; No. 3 in 1991. Holy Cross 
lost but one home game and only 
one I-AA game in six years. 

Also appealing to College Park 
was Duffner's academic record. 
Nmety-one of the 95 seniors who 
played for him graduated. 

The "coach" at Maryland 

Bowls were a normal 
happenmg m College Park from 
1974 to 1985. The program under 
Jerry Claiborne and Bobby Ross 
was awe-rnspmng. The two won 
six Atlantic Coast Conference 
titles before Maryland suffered a 
tragedy of its own m 1986, the 
death of basketball player Len 
Bias. Ross left Maryland following 
the 1986 season. 

Five years later, Duffner stood 
at the podium in the new $3.5 
million press box of Byrd Stadium. 
Maryland, the distinguished 
program that boasted a national 
championship team and more 
ACC titles than any other school, 
demanded immediate signs of 
improvement. Duffner came out 
firing. 

His first team m 1992 broke 25 
school offensive records. The ball 




Spirit Coach 



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Getting the Word Out On Mark Duffner 




On being upbeat: 

"] like enthusiasm. I like people who show emotion. It helps me 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. " 

On recruiting: 

"I love recruiting. You get a chance to meet families, coaches, administrators, 
and student athletes... I love to study people. ..(Recruiting) is like seeing a 
great movie all the time. " 

On commitment: 

"Trying and effort are what we're all about. " 

On Brian Cummings: 

"There is a lot of magic in Brian. Part of his personality is that he has a magic 
to him. He competes so hard that the players around him rise to that level. " 

On his 1996 defense: 

"We want to pick up where we were a year ago. We made great strides, and we 
want to improve even more (In 1993, the Terps gave-up over 6,000 yards, last 
year, 3,855). A lot of players were starters as true freshmen when we were 
struggling, and they are highly motivated — our expectations are to improve even 
more. " 

On the seniors: 

"This is a strong senior class, not just in numbers but in personality. A lot of 
them have been through an up-hill climb over their time here. They have learned 
how to win. I like the attitude and the effort in the off-season. In particular, Al 
Wallace (DE) has improved every year and has made Academic All-ACC two 
straight years. He's a true student-athlete and a captain. I'm excited about 
Ratcliff Thomas, a guy who is coming into his senior year. He's our strongest 
player (as measured on the Iron Terp scale, see page 31), our top tackier. He's 
coming into his senior year to make this his best year ever. I think our 
cornerbacks, A. J. Johnson and Chad Scott, are exceptional. A. J. had a 
tremendous season (tied for the ACC lead in interceptions a year ago with six) 
and Chad Scott matches him on the corner well. Offensively, Erik Greenstein (C) 
and Aaron Henne (G) in the line will be seniors. Their leadership will be needed. 

Our receiving corps with Mancel Johnson, Geroy Simon, and Jason Word 

has a lot of experience. " 

On pending offensive changes for 1996: 

"There is no real change in offensive philosophy — we're always trying to 
get the ball into the end zone. The challenge is to use our personnel in the 
best way we can. We have to run the ball better— that has been a goal of 
mine since I arrived here. We did that well earlier in the season a year ago. 
The offensive line really took off, but they seemed to tire as the season wore 
on. " (Duffner put the offensive line on a weight losing program over the 
summer. The result: 1 19 pounds lost by the unit, while it was also greatly 
improving its strength. ) 

Are you going to run more?: 

"Yes. Not just to run for the sake of running though. We want more balance. 
We don 't want to be in a position where to move the ball we have to do this or 
to do that. We want to be productive at both passing and running. " 

On his football education at Maryland: 

"I've learned a lot, but I've especially learned to appreciate winning It has been such a 
struggle to become a winner after winning all the time (at Holy Cross). I learned how precious 
it is, how great it is, to win. " 



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Getting the Word Out On Mark Duffner 



flew as Duffner did everything he 
could to win. Five games were lost 
by seven points or less. The 
nation's winnrngest coach 
experienced a roller coaster ride 
unlike his previous experiences. He 
was a winner who suffered more 
because he had won so much. His 
1993 team broke and re-broke 
another 26 school records, but 
another statistic proved more far- 
reaching— starting eight true 
freshmen on defense at one time or 
another. The balloon wanted to 
leave the ground, but there wasn't 
enough air. 

In 1994, another 12 school 
records were broken, the victories 
were twice as many (4-7), and it 
was easy to see a breakthrough 
coming. At the end of October, the 
Terrapins were 4-4. Then, a 
heartbreaking loss to N.C. State to 
start November (47-45 by virtue of 
a last second Pack field goal) led 
to an 0-3 finish. 

Last year started with three 
teams coming off of bowls waiting 
in the first month. The answers 
for the first time outnumbered the 
questions. The 4-0 start ignited 
the campus, which enjoyed its 
most successful overall autumn 
sports season in decades. The 




Duffner era was swinging 

upward. 

1992: 3-8, 2-6 ACC 25 school 

records set 

1993: 2-9, 2-6 ACC 26 school 

records set 

1994: 4-7, 2-6 ACC 12 school 

records set 




1995: 6-5, 4-4 ACC 15 school 
records set 

The academic promise was 
upheld, too. In 1994 and 1996, the 
College Football Association put 
Maryland on its honor roll for a 
graduation rate of over 70 percent. 
In 1994 and 1995, Maryland 
ranked among the nation's top 20 
in graduation rates released by 
the N.C.A.A. 

The "coach" away from the 
X's and O's 

Relaxation could include 
banging on his drum set— Duffner, 
durmg his high school days, was 
in a rock 'n' roll band. Summer 
vacation revolves around a visit to 
the ocean, anywhere from Florida 
to Ocean City, Maryland. The 
beach has great memories for 
Duffner: he met his wife Kathy on 
spring break m Myrtle Beach 
when he was at William & Mary. 
At the beach, Duffner teaches 



children Christina, Carolyn, and 
John how to boogey board. 

Family exists at work, too. 
Duffner's staff constitutes a 
brotherhood that has worked 
together for a long time. Dan 
Dorazio was Duffner's offensive 
coordinator at Holy Cross; Cliff 
Schwenke was defensive interior 
line coach; Peter McCarty 
defensive end coach; Rob Spence 
quarterbacks coach; and Dave 
Ungerer running back coach. 
Joining Duffner in 1994 was Kevin 
Coyle, his defensive coordinator at 
Holy Cross. A year ago Dennis 
Goldman, who had coached 
receivers under Duffner in 
Worcester, was added to the 
Maryland staff. Entermg his fifth 
year at Maryland as linebackers 
coach is Mel Foels; he arrived 
with Duffner. Tight ends coach 
Jim Miceh is entering his fourth 
year as recruiting coordinator in 
College Park. 



The 46,000 fans not only could see 
co-captain Bob Pellegrini hit Peters in 
mid-air, the end zone cusotmers could 
hear it happen. If 

Shirley Povich, Washington Post, 1955, 

on the goal-line fumble forced by Pellegrini 

to preserve the Maryland 7-0 victory over UCLA. 



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Getting the Word Out On Terpathfinders 



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Terrapin Pathfinders: (Seated) Linebackers Coach Mel Foels, Defensive Line Coach Cliff Schwenke, Defensive Coordinator Kevin 
Coyle, Head Coach Mark Duffner, Offensive Coordinator Dan Dorazio, Tight Ends Coach Jim Miceli, Wide Receivers Coach 
Dennis Goldman. (Standing) Defensive Ends Coach Peter McCarty, Team Administrator Mike Accorsi, Video Coordinator Todd 
Hobin, Assistant Director of Strength and Conditioning Damian Stephens, Director of Strength and Conditioning Dwight Gait, 
Graduate Assistant Pete Marzano, Running Backs Coach Dave lingerer and Quarterbacks Coach Rob Spence. Not pictured: 
Graduate Assistant Chad Wiestling. 

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Getting the Word Out On Kevin Coyle 




Kevin Coyle 

Defensive Coordinator 
Defensive Backs 

Kevin Coyle is in his third year as 
Maryland's defensive coordinator 
and defense backfield coach and 
is credited with building the Terp 
defense into one of the most 
rapidly improving defenses in the 
nation. Coyle has quickly and 
systematically improved 
Maryland's defense to where it 
ranked fifth in the Atlantic Coast 
Conference and 46th m Division I- 
A in 1995. Prior to Coyle's arrival 
for the 1994 season, Maryland 
ranked last in overall defense in 
Division I-A. Maryland's defense 
in 1995 gave up 350.5 yards per 
game as compared to 1993 when 
the Terps gave up 553.0 yards per 
game • an improvement of more 
than 203 yards per game. 

The Terps' 350.5 yards of total 
defense allowed in 1995 was the 
best by a Terp defense since the 
1990 season. 

Coyle's defenses have shown 
incredible improvement in his two 
years in College Park. In 1995, the 
Terps gave up 84 yards less per 
game than it did m 1994. Coyle's 
1994 defense gave up 119 yards 
less than it did during the 1993 
season. The Terp defense has 
improved in every area— rushing 
and passing defense, yards per 
play, and touchdowns allowed. 

Coyle came to Maryland from 
Syracuse where he coached the 
linebackers and defensive 
secondary from 1990-1993. In 
1992, Syracuse led the nation with 
24 interceptions and allowed only 
1,007 rushing yards to set a school 



record for 1 1 games played. The 
Orangemen led the Big East m 
rushing defense for two years, 
finishing 11th nationally in 1991 
and 5th in 1992. 

A member of the staff at Holy 
Cross from 1986-1990, Coyle 
coached the outside linebackers 
and the defensive ends before 
being promoted to defensive 
coordinator in 1986. In his five 
years as coordinator, the Holy 
Cross defense ranked m the top 
10 nationally in Division I-AA 
scormg defense four times. The 
Crusaders led the nation in 1987, 
finished fifth in 1986, nmth in 
1982, and second in 1990. The 
1986 and 1987 teams fmished 
among the top 10 nationally m 
rushing defense and total defense. 
Under Coyle's direction, five 
Crusaders earned All-America 
honors. Included among Coyle's 
All-America selection was Dave 
Murphy, the all-time Division I-AA 
interception leader. 

Coyle had the enormous 
fortune of coaching Heisman 
Trophy finalist Gordie Lockbaum, 
Holy Cross's outstanding two-way 
player during the 1986 and 1987 
seasons. 

Coyle, a Staten Island, N.Y., 
native, played football and 
wrestled at Monsignor Farrell 
High School. He attended the 
University of Massachusetts 
where he played defensive back 
for former Syracuse and New 
England Patriot Head Coach Dick 
McPherson. Coyle returned to 
Farrell and was an assistant coach 
for one year before beginning his 
collegiate coaching career at the 
University of Cincinnati in 1978. 
He worked for one year each at 
the University of Arkansas (part- 
time assistant under then Head 
Coach Lou Holtz) and at the U.S. 
Merchant Marine Academy 
(defensive coordinator, defensive 
secondary, and strength and 
conditioning coordinator) before 
joining Mark Duffner at Holy Cross 
in 1986. 

Coyle received his bachelor's 
degree in physical education from 
Massachusetts in 1978 and his 
master's degree in physical 
education from Cincinnati in 1979. 

He and his wife, Louise, have a 
three-year old daughter, Jenlain 
Alexandra. 




Louise and Kevin Coyle stand behind daughter Jenlain 
Alexandra, who in tum touches the Terrapin's nose. 



Specifics 

Coaching Experience: High School - Assistant Coach at Monsignor 
Farrell m Staten Island, N.Y. (1978); College - Graduate assistant, 
assistant defensive line coach and scout team coordmator at the 
University of Cincinnati (1978-79); Part-time assistant, offensive 
backfield coach at the Umversity of Arkansas (1980); Defensive 
coordinator, defensive backfield coach and strength and 
conditioning coordinator at the United States Merchant Marine 
Academy (1981); Outside linebacker coach and strength and 
conditioning coordmator at the College of the Holy Cross (1982-85); 
Defensive coordinator and defensive backfield coach at the College 
of the Holy Cross (1986-90); Defensive Coordinator and inside 
lmebackers coach at Syracuse University (1990-93); Defensive 
coordinator and defensive backs coach at the Umversity of 
Maryland (1994-present). 

Education: Graduated from Monsignor Farrell High School in 
Staten Island, New York in 1974. Earned a bachelor's degree in 
physical education from the University of Massachusetts in 1978. 
Earned a master's degree in physical education from the University 
of Cincinnati in 1979. 

Personal: Born January 14, 1956. He and his wife, Louise, have a 
three-year old daughter, Jenlain Alexandra. 

Bowl Participation: As a coach - 1980 All- American Bowl; 1992 
Hall of Fame Bowl; 1993 Fiesta Bowl. 

NCAA Championship Playoff Participation: As a coach - 1983 
Division I-AA Football championship (Western Carolina def. Holy 
Cross, 28-21, in quarterfinal round). 



52 



Getting the Word Out On Dan Dorazio 




Dan Dorazio 

Offensive Coordinator 
Offensive Line 

Dan Dorazio, in his fifth season as 
Maryland's offensive coordinator 
and offensive line coach, is 
considered to be one of the great 
offensive coaches in college 
football. Dorazio implemented and 
refined the Terps' highly 
successful 'run-and-shoot' offense 
which established more than 75 
records during the last four 
seasons. Dorazio begins the 1996 
season implementing the Terps' 
new two-back offense which he 
successfully unveiled during the 
later stages of the 1995 season. 

In the last four years 
Maryland's offense has averaged 
4.303.5 yards of total offense and 
30 touchdowns a season while 
ranking among the nation's 
leaders in many offensive 
categories. 

Dorazio's offensive stategies 
have been the most proficient in 
school history. In 1992, the Terp 
offense completely rewrote the 
record books, setting 31 new 
offensive records. In each of the 
last three years, the Terp offense 
has broken an average of 15 
records each season. 

Nationally, the Terps have 
finished second (1992); third 
(1993), and tenth (1994) m passing 
offense under Dorazio, while 
ranking fourth (1992) and 17th 
(1993) in total offense during two 
of his three years at Maryland. 

Prior to coming to College 
Park, Dorazio was an assistant 
under Mark Duffner for three 
years at Holy Cross. During his 



first season as offensive 
coordinator at Holy Cross in 1991, 
the Crusaders averaged 467.1 
total offensive yards per game, 
33.8 points per game, and finished 
with an unblemished 11-0 record. 

Dorazio first joined Duffner at 
Holy Cross in 1989 after an 
extremely successful five year 
term at the University of 
Washington (1984-88). During 
Dorazio's coaching stay as the 
offensive line coach for the 
Huskies, the team made four bowl 
appearances, winning the 1985 
Orange, 1985 Freedom, and 1987 
Independence Bowls. Dorazio 
coached previously in the Atlantic 
Coast Conference, having coached 
at Georgia Tech from 1982-83. The 
Yellow Jackets competed in the 
ACC for the first time in 1983, 
finishing with a 3-2 league mark 
and a third place fmish. He began 
his collegiate coaching career at 
Kent State, his alma mater, where 
he was an undergraduate coach 
after having played two years for 
the Golden Flash. 

In addition to his duties as 
offensive coordinator, Dorazio is 
one of the most respected 
teachers of offensive linemen in 
the nation. (Steve Ingram, a 1994 
Terp All-Amencan, was highly 
regarded entering the 1995 NFL 
draft and chosen by the Tampa 
Bay Buccaneers.) While at 
Washington, Dorazio oversaw the 
development of All-America Mike 
Zandofsky. At Holy Cross, 
Dorazio's linemen routinely 
dominated the All-Patriot league 
selections. 

A native of Pittsburgh. Pa., 
Dorazio graduated from Kent State 
in 1974 with a bachelor's degree 
m education. He has done 
significant work towards earning 
his master's degree m sports 
administration. Dorazio has a son, 
Darnel, 17, and a daughter, 
Marissa, 15. 





Marissa, Dan and Danny. 



Specifics 

Coaching Experience: College - Undergraduate assistant coach at 
Kent State (1972-73); Graduate assistant coach at Kent State 
(1974); Offensive line and receiver coach at the University of 
Hawaii (1975-77); Offensive fine coach at San Jose State University 
(1978); Part-time tight end coach at the University of Washington 
(1979); Offensive coordinator, offensive line, and kicking specialist 
coach at University of Northern Iowa (1980-81); Offensive line 
coach at Georgia Tech (1982-83); Offensive line coach at the 
University of Washington (1984-88); Offensive line coach at the 
College of the Holy Cross (1989-91); Offensive coordinator at the 
College of the Holy Cross (1991); Offensive coordinator and 
offensive line coach at the University of Maryland (1992-present). 

Education: Earned a bachelor's degree in education from Kent 
State Umversity m 1974. 

Personal: Born January 22, 1952. He has two children; a son 
Darnel, 17; and a daughter, Marisa, 15. 

Bowl Participation: As a coach - 1972 Tangerine Bowl; 1979 Sun 
Bowl; 1985 Orange Bowl; 1985 Freedom Bowl; 1986 Sun Bowl; 
1987 Independence Bowl. 



The greatest thing that has 
happened to me is the fact that next 
June I will graduate from the best 
university in America. If 

Ed "Mighty Mo" Modzelewski 

on how he felt after the 

conclusion of the 1951 undefeated season 



53 



Getting the Word Out On Mel Foels and Dennis Goldman 



Mel Foels 

Assistant Coach 
Inside Linebackers 

Mel Foels is in his sixth season at 
Maryland, and he has solidified 
his reputation as one of the finest 
defensive coaches in the nation. 
Much of Maryland's recent 
defensive success can be traced to 
the success of Foels' linebackers. 
The Terps' top two tacklers in 
1995, Ratcliff Thomas and Tim 
Brown, were both linebackers and 
they combined for more than 20 
percent of the total team tackles. 
Foels has tutored a number of 
outstanding players during his 
career. His outstanding list of 
credentials includes the collegiate 
development of Lawrence Taylor, 
one of the greatest linebackers in 
college football history who went 
on to enjoy an All-Pro National 
Football League career. Including 
Taylor, Foels has sent 11 players 
into the NFL. 



Foels has coached at a number 
of the finest football playing 
schools in the nation. At Arizona 
State, his Sun Devils were second 
in overall defense in the Pac-10 in 
1991. From 1984-89, he coached 
the outside linebackers at 
Tennessee, and prior to 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. 

He began his coaching career 
as an assistant at Iowa Wesleyan 
College in 1966. He was named its 
head coach in 1967 and guided 
Iowa Wesleyan to four Prairie 
Conference titles. He was voted 
the league coach of the year three 
times. Foels also completed 
assistant coaching stints at 
Eastern Kentucky (1974-76) and 
Tulsa (1977-78). 

Foels and his wife, Dawn, have 
two daughters: Tracie , 26, and 
Shellie, 24. 



Specifics 

Coaching Experience: Assistant Coach at Iowa Wesleyan College (1966); 

Head Coach at Iowa Wesleyan (1967-72): Defensive Une coach at the 

University of Iowa (1973); Defensive line coach at Eastern Kentucky 

University (1974-76); Defensive line coach at the University of Tulsa (1977- 

78); Defensive coordinator and linebackers coach at the University of Tulsa 

(1979); Outside linebackers coach at the University of North Carolina (1980- 

83); Outside linebackers coach at the University of Tennessee (1984-89); 

Defensive coordinator at Arizona State University (1990-91); Linebackers 

coach at the University of Maryland (1992-present). 

Playing Experience: Four-year letterwinner as linebacker and offensive 

guard at Bowling Green State University (1961-64). 

Education: Earned a bachelor's degree m biology and physical education 

from Bowling Green State University in 1965. Earned a master's degree in 

education from Bowling Green State University, 1966. 

Personal: Born August 3, 1943. He and his wife, Dawn, have two 

daughters: Tracie, 26, and Shellie, 24. 

Bowl Participation: As a coach - 1980 Bluebonnet; 1981 Gator; 1982 

Sun; 1983 Peach; 1984 Sun; 1986 Sugar; 1986 Liberty, 1988 Peach, 1989 

Cotton, 1990 Blue-Gray, 




Dennis Goldman 

Assistant Coach 
Receivers 

Dennis Goldman is in his second 
season as Maryland receivers 
coach. He coached Maryland's 
receiving corps which caught 226 
passes in 1995 marking the fourth 
consecutive season that the Terps' 
receivers have had at least 200 
receptions. Maryland finished 44th 
in the nation in passing offense in 
1995. 

In his first season at Maryland, 
Goldman coached Jermaine Lewis, 
Maryland's all-time leading 
receiver and fifth round draft 
choice of the Baltimore Ravens in 
1995. This season, Goldman will 
coach Geroy Simon, an All-ACC 
candidate and Bilitnikoff Award 
nominee. 

Goldman is teaming with Head 
Coach Mark Duffner for the 
second time in his career. The pair 



worked together at Holy Cross 
from 1986-90 to produce one of 
the top offensive teams in college 
football. With Goldman working 
alongside Duffner, the Crusaders 
ranked among the national 
leaders in numerous offensive 
categories. In 1987, Holy Cross 
ranked first in passing offense, 
total offense, and scoring offense 
and ranked sixth in passing 
offense, fifth in total offense, and 
fifth in scoring offense in 1989. 

Goldman left Holy Cross in 
1990 for Syracuse where he 
continued to direct an explosive 
corps of receivers. Under 
Goldman, SU's fleet of receivers 
ranked among the nation's best 
each of his four years. Goldman 
coached Qadry Ismail and Shelby 
Hill, two of the top receivers in 
school history to record breaking 
careers. 

He and his wife, Christine, have 
two children: Jacob and Leah. 



Specifics 

Coaching Experience: High School - Assistant coach, offensive and 
defensive lines, at Bulkely High School m Bulkely, Conn., (1971-72). 
Assistant Coach, offensive and defensive lines, Jonathan Law High 
School, Connecticut (1973). Defensive Line coach, Westchester 
Community College, Westchester, N.Y. (1974). Defensive ends, 
quarterbacks, receivers, running backs, and offensive line coach at 
Southern Connecticut State University (1975-79). Offensive coordinator, 
offensive line coach at Orville Piatt High School, Connecticut (1980). 
Outside linebackers coach at Princeton University (1981). Defensive 
secondary coach, and special teams coordinator at U.S. Merchant Marine 
Academy (1982). Defensive secondary, and special teams coordinator at 
Northeastern University (1983-85). Wide receivers and tight ends coach 
at Holy Cross (1986-90). Wide receivers coach at Syracuse University 
(1991-94). 

Playing Experience: Four-year letterwinner at Abraham Lincoln High 
School in Brooklyn, N.Y. Two-year varsity letterwinner at Southern 
Connecticut State University. 

Education: Earned a bachelor's degree in health and physical education 
from Southern Connecticut State (1971). Earned a master's degree in 
physical education from the University of Bridgeport (1972). 
Personal: Born November 8, 1949. Dennis and his wife, Christine, have 
two children: a son, Jacob, 13, and a daughter, Leah, 8. 
Bowl Participation: 1992 Hall of Fame; 1993 Fiesta. 




Christine and Dennis Goldman with children Leah and Jacob 
in the middle. 



54 



Getting the Word Out On Peter McCarty and Jim Miceli 




Peter McCarty 

Assistant Coach 
Defensive Ends 

Peter McCarty is in his sixth 
season as Maryland's defensive 
ends coach, and he has played an 
integral part of the evolution of 
the Terp defense. Maryland's 
defense, particularly its rushing 
defense, has improved 
dramatically in the last two years, 

McCarty's star pupils this 
season are Eric Hicks, Eric 
Ogbogu, and Al Wallace. Each 
member of that trio finished 
within the top 1 1 in team tackles 
last season with Ogbogu earning 
Second Team All-ACC honors and 
Hicks and Wallace finishing 
among the team leaders in sacks 
and tackles for minus yardage. 

A Bangor, Maine native, 
McCarty is one of five coaches 
who came to Maryland from Holy 
Cross with Head Coach Mark 
Duffner. At Holy Cross, McCarty 
held three important positions on 
the staff. He coached the Crusader 
defensive ends while serving as 
the professional scout liaison and 



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-American and 
the Crusader single season sack 
co-record holder with 16. In 
McCarty's final two seasons at 
Holy Cross, the defensive ends 
combined to register 38 sacks. 

McCarty was an All-East, All- 
New England, and All-Yankee 
Conference linebacker at the 
University of Massachusetts. He 
was a 1977 team co-captain for 
the Minutemen who advanced to 
the quarterfinals of the NCAA 
Division I-AA playoffs. 

Following his graduation from 
Massachusetts, he returned to his 
hometown of Bangor to coach and 
teach special education at Bangor 
High School. He then moved onto 
Maine Central Institute in nearby 
Pittsfield, Maine. 

McCarty, 40, was married this 
past summer to the former Tracy 
Jackson. 




Peter and Tracy McCarty, 
and Bruin. 



Specifics 

Coaching Experience: High School - Assistant coach at Bangor (Maine) 

High School (1978-79); Defensive coordinator at Maine Central Institute 

(1978-91); College - Graduate assistant at Syracuse University (1981-83); 

Defensive coordinator at American International College (1983-85); 

Defensive ends coach at Holy Cross (1986-1991); Outside linebackers 

coach at the University of Maryland (1992-present) 

Playing Experience: Four-year letterwinner at the University of 

Massachusetts. Co-Captain of the 1977 team and won All-East, All-New 

England, and All- Yankee Conference honors. 

Education: Earned a bachelor's degree in education from the University 

of Massachusetts (1978). Earned a master's degree in physical education 

from Syracuse University (1983). 

Personal: Bom January 12, 1956. McCarty and his wife Tracy were 

mamed this past summer 

NCAA Playoff Participation: As a Player - 1977 Division I-AA Football 

Championship (Lehigh def Massachusetts. 30-23. in quarterfinal round) 



Jim Miceli 

Assistant Coach 
Tight Ends 
Recruiting Coordinator 

Jim Miceli is in his fourth season 
as Maryland's recruiting 
coordinator and his third as 
Maryland's tight ends coach. 
Miceli is considered to be one of 
the top recruiting coordinators in 
the nation as evidenced by the 
four stellar classes which he has 
identified and attracted to the 
University of Maryland. 

Miceli's 1995 class, which 
includes 1995 Parade All- 
American Damone Boone and four 
players rated among the nation's 
top-50 prep prospects, was rated 
18th in the country by Tom 
Lemming's National Prep 
recruiting service. 

Miceli's responsibilities will 
increase during the upcoming 
season as the Terps have moved 
away from the 'run-and-shoot' 
offense to the traditional 'I- 



formation'. 

Miceli has recorded a long 
history of success in eastern 
football on the collegiate and high 
school levels. 

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

In 1988, Miceli moved to 
Ramapo (N.J.) College where in 
four years he recorded a 32-9 
record as head coach. Ramapo 
won two ECAC championships 
while he was there. He was 
selected as the coach of the year 
in the New Jersey Athletic 
Conference in 1989. 

A native of Rye, NY., Miceli 
was an All-League lineman on the 
high school level before earning 
two varsity letters at Southern 
Connecticut State. 

He and his wife, Mariann, have 
three daughters: Victoria, 
Alexandria, and Elizabeth. 



Specifics 

Coaching Experience: High School - Assistant coach at MUford (Conn.) 

Academy (1979-80); Head coach at Norwalk (Conn.) High School (1983- 

86); Part-time assistant, University of Pittsburgh (1980-82); Head coach 

at Old Tappan (N.J.) High School (1986-88); College - Head coach at 

Ramapo College (1988-91); Tight ends and goal line offense coach, 

University of Pittsburgh (1991-93); Recruiting coordinator and tight ends 

coach, University of Maryland (1993-Present). 

Playing Experience: Three-year varsity letter winner at Rye Neck (N.Y.) 

High School. Earned all-league honors. Two-year varsity letter winner at 

Southern Connecticut State. 

Education: Earned a bachelor's degree m physical education and 

recreation from Southern Connecticut State University. 

Personal: Bom April 24, 1957. Miceli and his wife, Mariann, have three 

daughters, Victoria, Alexandria, and Elizabeth. 




Jim and Mariann Miceli, with daughters Alexandra, Elizabeth 
and Victoria. 



55 



Getting the Word Out On Cliff Schwenke and Rob Spence 




Cliff Schwenke 

Assistant Coach 
Defensive Line 

Cliff Schwenke is in his fifth 
season as Maryland's defensive 
line coach, and he has assembled 
one of the stronger components of 
the Terps' 1996 defense. 

Schwenke's defensive linemen 
have displayed an incredible 



amount of improvement during 
the last three seasons. Maryland's 
improvement, since the end of the 
1993 season, of 160 yards per 
game rates as the top two-year 
improvement in school history. 

Schwenke begins his 11th 
season as a member of Mark 
Duffner's staff, five at Maryland 
and the previous six at Holy Cross. 

His defenses at Holy Cross 
consistently ranked among the top 
in Division I-AA. The 1987 
defensive line ranked first in the 
nation in scoring defense. His 
1987 defense ranked third in the 
nation in rushing defense, and his 
1986 defense ranked sixth in the 
country. 

A 1973 graduate of the 
University of Bridgeport, 
Schwenke was an All-East 
linebacker and captain of the UB 
team that finished 11-0 and won 
the 1972 Knute Rockne Bowl. 

A native of Amsterdam, NY., 
Schwenke has two children: a 
son, David, 14, and a daughter, 
Anne, 9. 



Specifics 

Coaching Experience: College - Graduate assistant at Albany State 
(1975): Part-time assistant at Bngham Young University (1976): Part-time 
assistant at Boston College (1977); Defensive assistant and head 
freshman coach at Columbia University (1978); Defensive line coach and 
recruiting coordinator. College of the Holy Cross (1979-80), defensive line 
coach, College of William & Mary (1982); Part-time assistant coach, 
College of the Holy Cross (1984); Offensive coordinator, Worcester 
Polytechnic Institute (1985); Defensive line coach and recruiting 
coordinator, College of the Holy Cross (1986-91); Defensive line coach, 
University of Maryland (1992-present). 

Playing Experience: Three-year varsity letterwinner at the University of 
Bridgeport (1969-72). 

Education: Earned a bachelor's degree in education from the University 
of Bridgeport (1972). Captained the 1972 team and won All-East honors. 
Personal: Born June 21, 1951. Schwenke has two children: David, 14, 
and Anne, 9. 
Bowl Participation: 1976 Tangerine Bowl. 



Rob Spence 

Assistant Coach 
Quarterbacks 

Rob Spence is in his third year as 
Maryland's quarterbacks coach 
and his fifth on Mark Duffner's 
Terp staff. His first two seasons in 
College Park were spent 
overseeing the highly productive 
receiving unit. During his five year 
tenure, the Terps have constantly 
re-written the record books with 
the quarterbacks and receivers 
performing nearly all of the 
offensive feats. 

As the quarterbacks coach, 
Spence is currently developing the 
burgeoning career of Brian 
Cummmgs. Cummings was 
responsible for four of Maryland's 
six victories a year ago and 
passed for 1,130 yards and five 
touchdowns in 1995. Spence 
tutored Maryland's record setting 
quarterback Scott Milanovich 
during the 1994 and 1995 seasons. 

Spence was an obvious choice 
as the quarterbacks coach when 
Head Coach Mark Duffner called 
on him prior to the 1994 season. 
He was one of the five coaches to 
make the move with Duffner to 
Maryland from Holy Cross in 1992. 
Spence spent his final season at 
Holy Cross guiding record-setting 




quarterback Tom Ciacco, the 1991 
Patriot League Most Valuable 
Player. 

A 1981 graduate of Iona 
College, Spence played tight end 
for the Gaels. He began his 
coaching career at Iona Prep, 
where he was the offensive 
coordinator from 1982-84, before 
spending five years as its head 
coach (1984-88). 

He was chosen the Section I 
co-coach of the year for New York 
State after guiding Iona Prep to 
the state playoffs in 1984. 

Spence, 37, and his wife, 
Susan, have two daughters: 
Samantha, 4, and Sydney Rae, 2. 




Specifics 

Coaching Experience: High School - Assistant coach at Pelham (N.Y.) 
High School (1981-82); Offensive coordinator at Iona Prep (1982-84); 
Head coach at Iona Prep (1984-88). College - Offensive coordinator at 
Iona College (1989); Offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach at 
Hofstra University (1990); Quarterbacks coach at the College of the Holy 
Cross (1991); Inside receivers coach at the University of Maryland (1992- 
93); Quarterbacks coach at the University of Maryland (1993-present); 
Head Wrestling Coach at Manhattan College (1982-84) 
Education: Earned a bachelor's degree in social work from Iona College 
(1981); Earned a master's degree in education from Iona College in 1990. 
Personal: Born October 10, 1958. Spence and his wife, Susan, have two 
daughters: Samantha, 4, and Sydney Rae, 2. 




Ann, Cliff and David 



Samantha Spence rides the Terrapin with sister Sydney Rae 
close by. The parents are Rob and Susan. 



56 



Getting the Word Out On Dave Ungerer and Todd Hobin 




State University, receiving a 
bachelor's degree in physical 
education m 1980 



Dave Ungerer 

Assistant Coach 
Running Backs 
Special Teams 
Coordinator 

Dave Ungerer is in his third 
season as Maryland's running 
backs coach and special teams 
coordinator. He will take on an 
expanded role this season as the 
Terps begin to rely more heavily 
on the two offensive backs in the 
'I-formation' offensive set. 

Ungerer is in his fifth year on 
Mark Duffner's staff. He spent his 
first two years at Maryland as the 
strength and conditioning coach 
for the University's 23 inter- 
collegiate sports. 

Under Ungerer, Maryland's 
rushing attack has improved in 
each of the last two years. 
Maryland's average rushing yards 
per game in 1995 marked its 
highest since the 1992 season, 
while its rushing touchdown total 
improved by more than 50 
percent. 

On special teams in 1995, 
Maryland ranked first in the ACC 
and 19th in the nation in punt 
returns. Jermaine Lewis led the 
ACC and was 12th in the nation 
with a 12.7 yards per return 
average. In addtion, Chad Scon 
ranked fourth in the ACC in 
kickoff returns, and the team 
ranked third in the ACC in kickoff 
return coverage. 

Ungerer played running back 
and linebacker at Edison (N.J.) 
High School, rushing for more 
than 1,000 yards and earning all- 
area honors. He then earned three 
letters at Southern Connecticut 



Specifics 

Coaching Experience: High 
School - Assistant coach at 
Edison (N.J.) High School 
(1980-82); College - 
Graduate assistant coach at 
Rutgers University (1983- 
84); Defensive line coach at 
Northeastern University 
1985); Defensive line and 
strength coach at Davidson 
College (1986-87); Running 
backs, special teams and 
strength coach at the 
College of the Holy Cross 
(1988-92); Strength coach at 
the University of Maryland 
(1992-93); Running backs 
and special teams 
coordinator at the University 
of Maryland (1994-present) 
Playing Experience: Varsity 
letterwinner in football at 
Edison (N.J.) High School. 
Varsity letterwinner in 
football at Southern 
Connecticut State 
University. 
Education: Earned a 
bachelor's degree in 
education from Southern 
Connecticut State (1980) 
Personal: Born August 21, 
1957. Ungerer and his wife, 
Sylvia, have two sons: 
Dominic and David. 
The family resides in Bowie. 




Bryce Hobin hugs the Terp with support from Todd and 
Candice. 



Todd Hobin 

Video Coordinator 

Todd Hobin is in his fifth season 
as the video coordinator for the 
football staff. Hobin's duties not 
only include servicing the football 
coaches, but also most of the 
video needs of the entire 
Department of Athletics. Hobin's 
expertise in his field allow him to 
be able to service all 24 teams 
from his state-of-the-art video lab 
in the football building. 

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 




Sylvia and Dave Ungerer, with Dominic perched strategically. 



quickly. If the defensive coaches 
want to watch only plays where 
their defense was set in a 
particular formation, he creates 
that tape immediately. 

This creative editing 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. 

Hobm knows what he is doing 
on both sides of the camera. While 
he handles only video responsi- 
bilities 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 
backs coach and defensive 
coordinator for the junior varsity. 
Ithaca won the 1988 Division m 
National Championship with 
Hobm on the staff. 

A native of Holland Patent, 
N.Y., 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 a son, Bryce. 



57 



Getting the Word Out On Michael Accorsi, Dwight Gait, and Damian Stephens 




Michael Accorsi 

Administrative Assistant 

to the 

Head Football Coach 

Michael Accorsi is in his second 
season as the administrative 
assistant to Head Coach Mark 
Duffner. Accorsi works with the 
daily management of the football 
program including operations, 
team travel, and schedule 
coordination. In addition, he 
handles student-athletes' housing 
arrangements, coordinates team 
events and all business involving 
football's accounts 

Accorsi, a 1991 
communications graduate of the 
University of Pittsburgh, served as 
a graduate assistant at the 
University of Virgmia in 1991 and 
1993 and served as administrative 
assistant in 1992, He acquired 
experience in travel, recruiting, 
sponsorship, and camp 
management in addition to 
football coaching duties. He has 
served internships with both the 
Cleveland Browns and Chicago 
Bears. 

Accorsi earned a master's 
degree in sports psychology from 
the University of Virgmia in 1994. 



Dwight Gait 

Head Strength and 
Conditioning Coach 

Dwight Gait, the Terps' strength 
and conditioning coach, brings a 
wide range of experience into the 
Maryland weight room. Gait's 
experience allows him to be a 
useful resource to each student- 
athlete on every one of Maryland's 
24 athletic teams. While Gait's 
range of responsibilities 
encompasses many sports, his 
concentration on the football team 
and its student-athletes has 
allowed for tremendous 
improvement in terms of strength 
and conditioning. 

Maryland's 1996 football team 
set all-time team records in the 
squat (495.5 lbs.), strength index 
(619.1), and vertical jump (31.3 
inches). Of the 289 individual tests 
administered during the spring 
practice sessions, 214 personal 
bests were established, and the 
average time in the 40-yard dash 
dropped considerably from the 
1995 average. 

Gait was named to head the 
strength and conditioning unit on 
January 2, 1994. Gait had been a 
full-time assistant in the strength 
and conditioning department 



since 1989. While an assistant at 
Maryland, Gait worked 
extensively with the Washington 
Capitals of the National Hockey 
League. 

He has been an integral part of 
building Maryland's tradition in 
the weight room. Throughout his 
tenure at Maryland, the Terp 
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 
has also worked with the Terps' 
1985, 1994, and 1995 NCAA 
Basketball Tournament teams. 

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: Angle, Teri, 
Dwight IV, and Tom. 

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



Damian Stephens 

Assistant Strength and 
Conditioning Coach 

Damian Stephens is in his second 
season as the Terps' assistant 
strength and conditioning coach. 
Stephens works directly with the 
football team on the design and 
implementation of the year round 
strength and conditioning 
program. In addition, he works 
directly with the men's lacrosse, 
baseball, and volleyball teams. He 
designs and implements all of the 
strength and conditioning 
programs for those varsity sports. 

Stephens began hrs career in 
the strength and conditioning field 
at the U.S. Naval Academy in 
1993. He was a graduate assistant 
at the University of Tennessee 
from 1993-1995 and worked with 
the football team as it won the 
1994 Gator Bowl. 

He earned his B.S. in exercise 
physiology from Springfield 
College and earned his M.S. in 
human performance from 
Tennessee. 




Damian Stephens and Dwight Gait. 



58 



Getting the Word Out On Terpartisans: Graduate Assistants and Secretaries 



Pete Marzano 

Graduate Assistant 

Pete Marzano begins his first 
season as a graduate assistant 
coach for the Terp offense. He 
will assist offensive coordinator 
Dan Dorazio with coaching the 
offensive line 

Marzano worked last year as 
an intern to Mike Accorsi, the 
Administrative Assistant to Mark 
Duffner. In that position, Marzano 
assisted with overall football 
administration including team 
travel coordination, catering and 
lodging, and office administration. 

Marzano attended Lock Haven 
University where he played 
football and earned four varsity 
letters. He received his bachelor's 
degree in health and physical 
education with an emphasis m 
sports administration and a minor 
in coaching. He is currently 
pursuing his master's degree in 
sports management at Maryland. 

Chad Wiestling 

Graduate Assistant 

Chad Wiestling begins his second 
season as a graduate assistant for 
the Terp defense. He will assist 
defensive coordinator Kevin Coyle 
and will work directly with the 
middle linebackers. 

Wiestling was a four-year 
letter winner at Maryland and 
played on the Terps' 1990 
Independence Bowl team. He 
played both inside lmebacker and 
receiver durmg his career and 
served as a team co-captain in 
1993. He was among the team's 
leadmg receivers and tacklers 
dunng his career. 

Wiestling received his 
bachelor's degree in criminal 
justice in 1994. He currently plays 
for the St. Louis franchise in the 
Arena Football League. 




Karyl Henry, Bree Wagner, Mona Felder, and Betty Francis. 



Betty J. Francis 

Football Secretary 

Betty Francis is m her fourth 
season with the football program. 

A 30-year loyal veteran of the 
Maryland Department of Athletics, 
she is the secretary to Head Coach 
Mark Duffner. Francis works 
closely with administrative 
assistant Michael Accorsi to 
ensure that Duffner's day runs 
smoothly. Prior to her temporary 
retirement in 1987, Francis was 
the secretary for Maryland's 
athletic directors for nearly 30 
years. 

Francis is among the most loyal 
Terp supporters and has one of 
the largest collections of miniature 
turtles of anybody who has ever 
followed the Terps. She has 
collected them from all around the 
world. She lives in College Park. 
Her children. Nanci and Jim, are 
both graduates of Maryland. She 
has one grandchild. Ken. 



Bree Wagner 

Football Secretary 

Bree Wagner is in her fifth year of 
working with the football 
program. 

Wagner reports directly to 
recruiting coordinator Jim Miceli. 
She coordinates activities and 
correspondence with prospective 
football student-athletes. She also 
directs the Maryland Spirit, a 
group of undergraduate students 
who host recruits and their 
families when they visit the 
campus. 

Prior to her arrival m the football 
office, she worked in the 
University's printing department. 
She is currently pursuing a degree 
in studio art at the University of 
Maryland. Wagner currently 
resides in College Park. 



Mona Felder 

Football Secretary 

Mona Felder is in her first year of 
working with the football 
program. 

Felder reports directly to offensive 
coordinator Dan Dorazio. She is 
responsible for all administrative 
and secretarial needs for Dorazio. 
Felder is responsible for the 
computer input of the offensive 
playbook. 

She will begin attending the 
University of Maryland in the fall. 
Her husband, Chris, is a Maryland 
graduate, and they reside in 
Adelphi. Md. 

Karyl Henry 

Football Secretary 

Karyl Henry is in her fourth season 

of working with the football 
program. 

Henry is the secretary for the 
defensive coordinator, the 
defensive coaches, and the 
administrative assistant for 
football, Michael Accorsi. Henry 
reports directly to defensive 
coordinator Kevin Coyle. She is 
responsible for the defensive 
playbook and assists with the 
organization of all special events 
and team travel. 

She received her bachelor's 
degree in marketing from the 
University of Maryland in 1993. 




1910: During the final minutes of the Johns Hopkins game, a Hopkins guard was 
penalized for running over to his bench to hand over the tooth that was knocked 
out the play before. The penalty forced Hopkins to attempt a field goal, which 
the M.A.C. Aggies blocked. 



59 



Getting the Word Out On Police Support and the Maryland Spirit 



The Maryland Spirit 

The Maryland Spirit is the 
welcoming committee for the 
football program and serves the 
coaches, players, recruits, and 
their families in many different 
ways. The group aids the program 
in the areas of recruiting, public 
relations, office support, and event 
organization. The members of the 
Spirit are committed to 
progressively enhancing the entire 
football program. 

The primary job of the Spirit is 
to actively assist the football 
coaches and players in recruiting 
student-athletes to attend school 
and play football at the University. 
The in-depth knowledge of the 
university and the program is 
especially helpful on recruiting 
weekends when many prospective 
students and their families are on 
campus. The information the Spirit 
provides on the many choices in 
countless areas available to 
students in College Park is 
invaluable to the prospective 
student-athlete. In addition to 
their depth of knowledge about 
the campus, its facilities, and its 
functions, the Spirit is well versed 
in the treasures of the state of 
Maryland and College Park's many 
surrounding communities. 

The Spirit also serves the 
football program as the members 
take part in community outreach 
programs. The members are 
routinely involved in charitable 
organizations and are role models 
for younger members of society. 
The community outreach 
programs allow the Spirit not only 
to spread the word about 
Maryland football, but also to gam 
professional skills and personal 
confidence. 




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Campus Police 



Food Service 



Larry 

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Dining 

Services 




Joe Pesce 

Assistant 

Director/ 

Dining 

Services 



Football Complex Staff Directory 




Football Office (301) 314-7095 Byrd Stadium 




FAX 314-9980 Field House Drive 




P.O. Box 295 




CoUege Park, Md. 20741 


Mark Duffner, Head Coach 


314-7096 


Kevin Coyle, Defensive Coordinator/Secondary 


314-7104 


Dan Dorazio, Offensive Coordinator/Offensive Line 


314-7102 


Mel Foels, Inside Linebackers 


314-7105 


Dennis Goldman, Receivers 


314-7107 


Peter McCarty, Defensive Ends 


314-7106 


Jim Miceli, Recruiting Coordinator/Tight Ends 


314-7098 


Cliff Schwenke, Defensive Linemen 


314-7101 


Rob Spence, Quarterbacks 


314-7109 


Dave Ungerer, Running Backs/Special Teams 


314-7099 


Michael Accorsi, Administrative Assistant 


314-9642 


Todd Hobin, Video Coordinator 


314-9950 


Pete Marzano, Graduate Assistant 


314-7103 


Chad Wiestling, Graduate Assistant 


314-7103 


Sandy Worth, Head Trainer, Sports Medicine 


314-9905 


Jim Weir, Assistant Trainer 


314-9901 


Kevin McLaughlin, Assistant Trainer 


314-9906 


Dwight Gait, Strength and Conditioning 


314-9927 


Damian Stephens, Assistant Strength and Conditioning 


314-9927 


Ron Ohringer, Equipment Manager 


314-7331 


Pat Gallagher, Assistant Equipment Manager 


314-7110 


Betty Francis, Secretary 


314-7096 


Bree Wagner, Secretary 


314-9930 


Mona Felder, Secretary 


314-7108 


Karyl Henry, Secretary 


314-9903 




1st Sgt Joseph Pruitt 
State Police 



Terp Travel Plans 

September 13-14 
at Virginia 

Sheraton Inn Charlottesville 
(804) 978-7735 

September 27-28 
at West Virginia 

Holiday Inn Fairmont 

(304) 366-5500 

October 11-12 
at North Carolina 

Raleigh-Durham Holiday Inn at 
Research Triangle 
(919) 941-6000 

October 25-26 
at Duke 

Raleigh-Durham Holiday Inn at 
Research Triangle 
(919) 941-6000 

November 1-2 
at Clemson 

Holiday Inn Clemson 
(803) 654-4450 

November 22-23 
vs. Florida State 

Marriott Ft. Lauderdale - Manna 

(305) 463-4000 




60 



Getting the Woi d Out On Captain Chad Scott 




3 

Chad Scott 

Cornerback 

Sr 6-1 189 

Capitol Heights, Md. 

Major: Afro-American 

Studies 

High School: Suitland 

Towson State University 

At Maryland: A team co-captain... 
An All-ACC candidate with a very 
bright future ...Named Honorable 
Mention All-ACC in 1995 as one of 
the top newcomers in the 
ACC.Has the physical and 
mental qualities to be a great 
cornerback or safety. ..Possesses 
the size, speed, and football savvy 
to be a successful player.. .A 
transfer student who won a 
starting job after his first spring 
practice in 1995. ..Was also 
awarded a scholarship during his 
first semester at Maryland... Has 
great range, is very smart and is a 
very consistent player.. Has a 
great work ethic. 

1995: An Honorable Mention All- 
ACC performer who started all 1 1 
games at left cornerback... 
Finished fourth on the team in 
tackles with 76 total stops and led 
the team with 10 pass 
deflections... Finished tied for sixth 
in the ACC in pass deflections... 
Made a difference in his very first 
game with five total tackles vs. 
Tulane... 11 tackles vs. Duke, 
which included 10 initial 
hits. ..First of three Player of the 
Week citations by the Terp 
coaching staff for his effort vs. the 
Blue Devils... Outstanding in the 



defensive backfield vs. West 
Virginia with two interceptions, 
one pass deflection, and two total 
tackles. ..Again he earned Co- 
Defensive Player of the Week 
honors from the Terp coaching 
staff for his effort vs. the 
Mountaineers. ..Nine total tackles 
vs. North Carolina including eight 
initial hits...A top outing vs. 
Clemson with six initial hits for 
eight total tackles. ..Totaled two 
pass deflections vs. Louisville to 
go along with four total 
tackles... Earned special teams 
Player of the Week honors vs. 
Georgia Tech with four kickoff 
returns for 84 yards... Also chipped 
in with four tackles and one 
interception vs. the Yellow Jackets 
in a game televised nationally on 
ESPN... 11 tackles and one pass 
deflection vs. Virginia... Season 
high 14 tackles and two pass 



Scott's Statistics 



1995 


UT 


AT 


TT 


Tulane 


4 


1 


5 


North Carolina 


8 


1 


9 


West Virginia 


2 


1 


3 


Duke 


10 


1 


11 


Georgia Tech 


3 


1 


4 


Wake Forest 


2 


3 


5 


Clemson 


6 


2 


8 


Louisville 


2 


1 


3 


N.C. State 


3 


3 


6 


Virginia 


8 


3 


11 


Florida State 


12 


2 


14 


Totals 


60 


19 


79 




1 

2 
10 



deflections vs. Florida State to 
close his first successful 
campaign on the I-A level. 

At Towson State: Led the Tigers 
in interceptions as a sophomore 
with five. ..Had two takeaways 
against Buffalo to tie team's 
single game high.. .Finished 
seventh on the team in tackles, 
the best for a safety.. .Key to the 
Tiger defense that was 8-2 in 
both seasons... Totaled 72 tackles, 
eight pass deflections, and one 
tackle for loss during his two 
seasons. 

At Suitland: Two-year captain 
and all-county honorable mention 
selection. Rushed for 624 yards 
as a senior running back with 74 
tackles the same year. ..Squad's 
MVP as a junior and 
senior.. Participated in track and 
field for one season. 

Personal: Bom 9/6/74... The son of 
Eugene and Teresa Scott. 



Chad Scott took on Division I competition a year ago and did 
quite nicely, thank you. 




61 



Getting the Word Out On Captains Andre Hentz and Walt Williams 




18 

Andre Hentz 

Safety 

Sr 5-8 174 

Asheville, N.C. 

Major: Government & 

Politics 

High School: Asheville/ 

Furman University 

At Maryland: A team captain for 
the 1996 season. ..Returns as the 
incumbent at strong safety.. .A 
tremendous worker and physical 
player.. .One of the strongest 
pound-for-pound on the squad... A 
spark plug for the defense.. .A 
smart player. 

1995: A transfer from Furman who 

stepped right in... Played in all 11 

games at safety, as 

well as seeing 

action on special 

teams... Tallied a 

personal best seven 

tackles vs. N.C. 

State.. .Recovered a 

fumble vs. West 

Virginia. ..Grabbed 

a loose ball vs. 

Clemson for second 

fumble recovery... 

Recorded six 

tackles in home 

finale vs. 

Virginia... Recorded 

the 'Hit of the 

Week' vs. the 

Cavaliers. 



Andre Hentz's 
leadership makes 
him an intense 
Terrapin force of 
one. 



At Furman: Played in all but one 
game over his two 
years. ..Finished fifth in tackles as 
a sophomore... Third on Paladins 
interception list with two. ..Had 
two tackles for loss for 10 yards 
and four passes broken 
up...Redshirt in 1992. 

At Asheville: Earned three letters 
in football.. .Helped squad capture 
a pair of Mountain Athletic 
Conference Championships and 
advanced to the state playoffs as a 
junior and senior.. .Twice earned 
all-conference honors and was an 
All-Western North Carolina pick 
his senior year.. .Lettered twice in 
track and field. 



Personal: Born on 10/30/72. 
son of Herbert and Pauline 
Maxwell. 



The 



Hentz's Statistics 






1995 


UT 


AT TT 


FR 


Tulane 


1 


2 


3 




North Carolina 


1 


2 


3 




West Virginia 


2 





2 


1 


Duke 


2 


1 


3 




Georgia Tech 


1 


1 


2 




Wake Forest 


1 


1 


2 




Clemson 


2 





2 


1 


Louisville 


1 


2 


3 




N.C. State 


6 


1 


7 




Virginia 


2 


4 


6 




Florida State 





2 


2 




Totals 


19 


16 


35 


2 




15 

Walt Williams 

Homestead, Fla. 

Sr* 5-10 185 

Wide Receiver 

Major: Health Education 

High School: Killian Senior 

At Maryland: A team co-captam 
who is one of the Terps' starting 
wide receivers... A quiet leader 
who is a serious student of the 
game... 

1995: Caught six passes for 71 
yards, giving him an 11.8 yards 
per catch average... Enjoyed his 
best day with three catches for 48 
yards vs. Florida State. ..His 



touchdown reception came on a 
33-yard pass from Scott 
Milanovich on a play designed as 
a fake punt... 

1994: A big play receiver who saw 
a lot of passes come his 
way... Averaged nearly 10.5 yards 
per catch on 1 1 catches during an 
injury shortened season... His top 
career receiving day came vs. 
Clemson with five catches for 49 
yards in his first career start... 

1993: Caught 13 passes for 285 
yards to place among the team 
leaders. ..His 25.9 yards per 
reception average was the team's 
best. ..Erupted for one of the 
school's top yards per reception 
days vs. Virginia Tech.. Caught 
three passes for 111 yards and 
average of 37 yards per 
catch.. .Hauled in a 67 yard pass 
against Virginia Tech from Scott 
Milanovich that went for a 
touchdown and was the second 
longest pass play of the 
season. ..Three catches, his career 
best, came vs. Virginia Tech and 
Georgia Tech. 

1992: A redshirt year. 

At Killian Senior: An all-star 
member of both the football and 
track teams... 

Personal: Bom 6/29/74.. .The son 
of Ellen and Walter Williams, Jr. 




Williams's 


Statistics 








1993 


Receptions 


Yards 


TD 


Long 


Virginia Tech 


3 


111 


2 


67 


Georgia Tech 


3 


23 





13 


Duke 


2 


29 





24 


Clemson 


1 


44 





44 


Florida State 


3 


67 


1 


50 


N.C. State 


1 


11 





11 


Totals 


13 


285 


3 


67 


1994 


Receptions 


Yards 


TD 


Long 


Florida State 


1 


12 





12 


West Virginia 


2 


28 





16 


Wake Forest 


3 


26 





17 


Clemson 


5 


49 





27 


Totals 


11 


115 





27 


1995 


Receptions 


Yards 


TD 


Long 


Georgia Tech 


1 


10 





10 


N.C. State 


1 


9 





9 


Virginia 


1 


4 





4 


Florida State 


3 


48 


1 


33 


Totals 


6 


71 


1 


33 


Career 


Receptions 


Yards 


TD 


Long 


1993 


13 


285 


3 


67 


1994 


11 


115 





27 


1995 


6 


71 


1 


33 


Totals 


30 


471 


4 


6 



62 



CI Getting the Word Out On Captain Al Wallace 




Al Wallace 

Defensive End 
Sr* 6-4 244 

Del Ray Beach, Fla. 
Major: Health Education 
High School: Spanish River 

At Maryland: An Honorable 
Mention All-ACC selection in 
1995 ...Will serve as a team co- 
captain...A starting defensive end 
in Maryland's 4-3 defensive 
scheme... Will start for the second 
consecutive season after he 
started 10 of 11 games as a 
redshirt junior. ..Enters his final 
season with eight career sacks as 
he nears the all-time top- 10 list m 
that category at Maryland... Has 
explosive power and is one of 
Maryland's strongest players. ..An 
ACC All-Academic honoree...A 
member of the 1995 Scholar 
Athlete Honor Roll. 

1995: Honorable Mention All- 
ACC... A career high five sacks for 
minus 41 yards... Finished ninth on 
the team in tackles with 47 overall 
giving him 101 for his career. A 
career high two sacks for minus 
16 yards came vs. N.C. State as 
the Terp defense set a school 
record for sacks m a smgle game 
with eight.. .A monster game vs. 
Louisville with three tackles for 
loss for an incredible minus 29 
yards... Six total tackles and was 
selected as the team defensive 
Player of the Week by the 
coaching staff for his Louisville 
effort.. .Was strong vs. North 
Carolina with five total tackles, 
one tackle for a loss of 10 yards 
and a forced fumble. ..Very active 



as the Terps defeated West 
Virginia with four initial hits, one 
forced fumble and one hurry of the 

ijiMMi'ilurk Also pl.iyed ll(|lll 

end in the 'black thunder' 
offensive formation during the 
season. 

1994: Led the Terrapins in both 
sacks, three, and tackles for loss, 
eight... Among ACC leaders in 
sacks early in the season... One of 
most improved defenders on 
team. ..Earned first career start at 
Duke. ..Starter against Florida 
State, but injury in practice before 
West Virginia forced him to spot 
duty against the Mountaineers... 
Rebounded with his first career 
sack in Morgantown and another 
a week later against Wake Forest, 
even though he did not start. 

1993: Played in nine games... 
Totaled 18 tackles including 10 
initial hits. ..Recorded three tackles 
for lost yardage (mmus 12 
yards). ..Backed up only senior on 
the lme, Jamie Flores... Career 



high seven tackles vs. Penn State 
with three initial hits and one 
tackle for minus yardage... Season 
best of three initial hits against 
Virginia Tech and Penn State in 
consecutive games ...First career 
tackle for minus yardage came vs. 
Virginia Tech and netted a loss of 
sight yards. 

1992: A redshirt year. 

At Spanish River: A three-year 
football letterman and two-year 
varsity letter winner on the 
basketball squad... Captained 
squad on the gridiron as a junior 
and senior... As a junior, 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... Played in the annual 
Florida North-South All-Star Game. 

Personal: Born 3/25/74. ..The son 
of Gina Sweetmg and Andrew 
Wallace. 




Al Wallace's career deserves 
a pat on the back. 



Wallace's Statistics 




















1993 


UT 


AT 


TT 


Sack 


TFL 


Int. 


FF 


FR 


PD 


QB Hurry 


West Virginia 





1 


1 










1 






Virginia Tech 


3 





3 




l(-8) 












Penn State 


3 


4 


7 




1(-1) 












Georgia Tech 


2 





2 




l(-3) 












Duke 


1 





1 












1 




Clemson 





1 


1 
















Florida State 


1 


1 


2 
















N.C. State 





1 


1 
















Totals 


10 


8 


18 




3 (-12) 






1 


1 




1994 


UT 


AT 


TT 


Sack 


TFL 


Int. 


FF 


FR 


PD 


QB Hurry 


Duke 


1 


5 


6 




l(-6) 












Florida State 


6 





6 




1 (-10) 












West Virginia. 


1 





1 


l(-5) 


K-5) 












Wake Forest 


4 


1 


5 


l(-2) 


2 (-3) 












Clemson 


4 


2 


6 
















North Carolina 


3 





3 




l(-5) 












Georgia Tech 


1 


2 


3 
















Tulane 


1 





1 


l(-7) 


l(-7) 












NC State 

























Virginia 


3 


1 


4 




K-3) 












Syracuse 


3 


1 


4 
















Totals 


27 


12 


39 


3 (-14) 


8 (-39) 












1995 


UT 


AT 


TT 


Sack 


TFL 


Int. 


FF 


FR 


PD 


QB Hurry 


Tulane 


4 





4 




K-3) 












North Carolina 


3 


2 


5 


K-10) 


1 (-10) 












West Virginia 


4 





4 








IFF 






1 Hurry 


Duke 


4 


1 


5 














2 Hurry 


Georgia Tech 


3 


2 


5 




1(-1) 












Wake Forest 

























Clemson 


8 





8 


1(-1) 


K-D 












Louisville 


5 


1 


6 


1(-14) 


3 (-29) 












N.C. State 


7 


2 


9 


2 (-16) 


2 (-16) 












Virginia 





1 


1 
















Florida State 

























Totals 


38 


9 


47 


5 (-41) 


9 (-60) 




IFF 






3 Hurry 


Career 


UT 


AT 


TT 


Sack 


TFL 


Int. 


FF 


FR 


PD 


QB Hurry 


1993 


10 


8 


18 




3 (-12) 






1 


1 




1994 


27 


12 


39 


3 (-14) 


8 (-39) 












1995 


38 


9 


47 


5 (-41) 


9 (-60) 




1 FF 






3 Hurry 


Totals 


75 


31 


104 


8 (-55) 


20 (-111) 


IFF 








3 Hurry 



63 



Getting the Word Out On Defense, Ratcliff Thomas 




46 

Ratcliff Thomas 

Inside Linebacker 

Sr 6-1 238 

Alexandria, Va. 

Major: Criminology and 

Criminal Justice 

High School: T.C. Williams 

At Maryland: A bonafide All-ACC 
candidate and candidate for the 
Butkus Awards, he enters his 
senior season as the seventh all- 
time leading tackier, 347, in 
Maryland history... Was an 
Honorable Mention All-ACC 
selection in 1995. ..With 103 total 
tackles as a junior he became the 
first player to lead Maryland in 
tackles over three consecutive 
seasons. ..Has started 32 
consecutive games in College Park 
and led the Terps m tackles 20 
times durmg his career... Has 
finished among the top 12 in 
conference tackle leaders in each 
of the past three years. ..Football 
News Freshman All- American... A 
player with excellent work habits 
who works very hard to improve 
himself... Has a great instinct for 
the football and how each play is 
developing on the field... Has 
improved upon his overall 
guickness despite addmg nearly 
10 pounds to his frame. 

1995: Honorable Mention All- 
ACC... Led the Terps in tackles, 
103, for the third consecutive 
season... Ranked 12th in the ACC 
in total tackles... Team leader in 
tackles vs. North Carolina, Duke, 
Wake Forest, N.C. State, and 
Louisville. ..Double figures in 
tackles came a team high 6 



times... Season hrgh 16 tackles vs. 
Wake Forest including 10 initial 
hits... 16 tackles vs. the Demon 
Deacons was team high for the 
season and mcluded career high 
two sacks... Outing vs. Wake was 
the best game by a Terp 
linebacker in recent 
memory... Defensive Player of the 
Week by coaching 
staff... Outstanding effort vs. Duke 
with 15 stops including one tackle 
behind the line of scrimmage... 
Named team's Defensive Player of 
the Week honors for the second 
time along with Chad Scott for 
Duke effort... Louisville 
performance was tremendous 
with team high tying 1 1 tackles 
and 1 sack... Played well vs. 
Georgia Tech in a game televised 
live by ESPN with 10 total 
tackles... Career high three sacks 
came m three different games. 
Tulane, Wake Forest and 
Louisville. ..Career high seven 
tackles for loss in six different 
games. ..Picked a career high two 
interceptions vs. North Carolina 
and Wake Forest. ..Strong vs. 
Virginia with nine total tackles 
including four first hits. 

1994: Finished atop the Terrapin 
defensive statistics and third in 
ACC in tackles. ..Has started every 
game in two years... Has recorded 
double-figure tackles in 14 career 
games and nine of 1 1 games in 
1994. ..Led Maryland in tackles at 
Duke.... Led Maryland in tackles 
vs. Florida State with season high 
total of 18... Led Maryland in 
tackles at West Virginia... Again 
led Maryland in tackles vs. Wake 
Forest and was first in ACC in 
total tackles... Second on team in 
tackles at Clemson as he recorded 
a double-figure total for a sixth 
straight game. ..Had dream game 
vs. Tulane, intercepting his first 
career pass and picking up a 
fumble to score his first collegiate 
TD from the seven yard line.. ..Led 
the team in tackles vs. Virginia 
and Syracuse. 

1993: His defensive debut at 
Maryland was outstanding... As a 
true freshman, Thomas led 
Maryland m tackles (107) and 
finished eighth in the ACC. ..Led 
team in tackles seven 
times... Recorded five tackles for 
loss of 19 yards. ..Started every 




Mel Foels and pupil Ratcliff Thomas. 



1920: The Maryland Legislature 
changed the name of the school for the 
last time, calling it the University of 
Maryland. The first game under the 
new name was a shutout over 
Randolph Macon, 54-0, at College Park. 



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Getting the Word Out On Defense, Ratcliff Thomas 



game. ..Recorded 10 or more hits 
on five occasions with a season 
best of 17 total tackles (12 initial) 
at home against No 1 ranked 
Florida State and earned ACC 
Rookie of the Week 

honors Tallied 10 or more 

tackles on thiee occasions... 
Earned team's Defensive Player of 
the Week in first collegiate game 
against Virginia, making seven 
initial tackles and two 
assisted. ..Also won the Helmet 
Award for hit on play against 
Vuginia... 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 season. 

At T.C. Williams: Awarded the 
prestigious Northern Virginia 
Player of the Year award his 
senior year. ..Took first team 
honors on the all-state, all-metro, 
all-area, all-district, and all-region 
teams. ..Ranked as the Number 
One player m the region... A Blue 
Chip All-Amencan...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 Hargrove Military Academy: 
Aided by his 4.5 speed, he was 
credited with 74 tackles, 4 sacks 
and one interception. 

Personal: Born 1/2/74. ..The son of 
Rose and Ratcliff Thomas, Sr. 




Thomas's Statistics 










1995 


UT 


AT 


TT 


Sack 


TFL Int. FF 


FR QB Hurry 


Tulane 


2 


2 


4 


l(-8) 


K-8) 




North Carolina 


6 


4 


10 




1 


1 


West Virginia 


4 


1 


5 






1 


Duke 


8 


7 


15 




l(-2) 




Georgia Tech 


8 


2 


10 




l(-2) 




Wake Forest 


10 


6 


16 


2 (-15) 2(15) 




Clemson 


5 


3 


8 




1 




Louisville 


7 


4 


11 


l(-3) 


l(-3) 




N.C. State 


7 


5 


12 








Virginia 


4 


5 


9 




K-3) 




Florida State 


2 


1 


3 








Totals 


63 


40 


103 


3 (-26) 7 (-33) 2 1 


1 1 


1994 


UT 


AT 


TT 


Sack 


TFL Int. FF 


FR PD QB 


Duke* 


8 


9 


17 








Florida State* 


13 


5 


18 






2 


West Virginia* 


8 


4 


12 








Wake Forest* 


9 


2 


11 








Clemson 


7 


5 


12 








North Carolina 


9 


4 


13 








Georgia Tech 


2 


4 


6 








Tulane 

1 

N.C. State 


2 


6 


8 




lint. 


1 (7-yd TD) 


7 


6 


13 








Virginia* 


12 


4 


16 




2 (-3) 




Syracuse* 


5 


6 


11 




l(-3) 




Totals 


82 


55 


137 




2 (-3) 1 


1 (TD) 2 1 


1993 


UT 


AT 


TT 


Sack 


TFL Int. FF 


FR PD 


Virginia* 


7 


2 


9 








North Carolina 


5 


1 


6 




1(3) 




West Virgina* 


7 


4 


11 








Virginia Tech* 


10 


4 


14 




M-l) 




Penn State 


2 


1 


3 








Georgia Tech 


8 





8 








Duke 


6 


7 


13 








Clemson* 


10 


3 


13 




l(-4) 




Florida State* 


12 


5 


17 








N.C. State* 


7 


1 


8 








Wake Forest 


3 


2 


5 




K-8) 




Totals 


77 


30 


107 




4 (-16) 




Career Totals 


UT 


AT 


TT 


Sacks 


TFL Int. 


Hurry FR FF 


1993 


77 


30 


107 




4 (-16) 




1994 


82 


55 


137 




2 (-3) 1 


1 


1995 


63 


40 


103 


3 (-26) 3 (-33) 2 


1 1 1 


Totals 


222 


125 


347 


3 (-26) 9 (-52) 3 


2 1 1 



65 



Getting the Word Out On Defense, Johnnie Hicks 




53 

Johnnie Hicks 

Defensive Lineman 

Jr* 6-2 281 

Harrisburg, Pa. 

Major: Geography 

High School: Susquehanna 

At Maryland: An All-ACC 
Candidate this season after 
earning honorable mention honors 
in 1995.. .The Terrapins' Most 
Valuable Lineman in 1993 and 
1995. ..Will head up a talented 
defensive line.. .Has led linemen in 
tackles, assists and big plays in 
his two years of action... Great 
balance and football awareness... 
Diagnoses situations well. 



1995: Led down linemen and was 
sixth overall in tackles (72). ..Had 
third most sacks with five for 25 
yards. ..Tied for fourth most tackles 
for with seven for 29 
yards... Named by coaches 
Defensive Player of the Game at 
Tulane after tallying eight tackles 
and forcing a fumble... Returned 
against North Carolina to suffer an 
injured left arm in first half, which 
was supposed to sideline him — 
instead he played entire second 
half recording seven tackles... 
Cemented strong defense vs. 
West Virginia with a sometimes 
dominating effort... Forced a 
fumble and sacked the 
Mountaineer quarterback while 
recording six tackles ...Notched 10 
tackles and forced a bad pass vs. 
Duke. ..Led down linemen in 
tackles again vs. Georgia Tech 
and notched a pair of sacks... 
Suffered bruised hip against 
Clemson, but tallied season high 
tackles for down linemen with 
11... Recovery from injury let him 
unexpectedly play at Louisville 
although he missed the 
start.. .Recorded three tackles vs. 
N.C. State. ..Notched four more 
tackles against Virginia... Finished 
strong with eight tackles vs. 
Florida State including a nine-yard 
sack. ..Team's Most Valuable 
Lineman. 




Johnnie Hicks is ranked above all Terp defensive interior 
linemen in the '90s. 



Hicks's Statistics 














1993 


UT 


AT 


TT 


TFL 


PD 








Virginia 


1 


4 


5 












North Carolina 


1 


2 


3 












West Virginia 





2 


2 












Perm State 


1 


2 


3 












Duke 





1 


1 












Clemson 


4 


5 


9 












Florida State 


5 


1 


6 


l(-2) 


1 








N.C. State 


5 


4 


9 












Wake Forest 





3 


3 












Totals 


17 


24 


41 


K-2) 


1 








1995 


UT 


AT 


TT 


Sack 


TFL FF 


PD 


Hurry 


FBP 


Tulane 


6 


2 


8 




2 (-4) 1 








North Carolina 


4 


3 


7 








1 




West Virginia 


4 


2 


6 


K-9) 


1 (-9) 1 


1 






Duke 


7 


3 


10 












Georgia Tech 


5 


3 


8 


2 (-6) 


2 (-6) 








Wake Forest 


2 


1 


3 












Clemson 


6 


5 


11 


1(-1) 


1(-1) 








Louisville 


2 


2 


4 












N.C. State 





3 


3 












Virginia 


1 


3 


4 












Florida State 


4 


4 


8 


l(-9) 


l(-9) 








Totals 


41 


31 


72 


5 (-25) 7 (-29) 2 


1 


1 


1 


Career 


UT 


AT 


TT 


Sack 


TFL FF 


PD 


Hurry 


FBP 


1993 


17 


24 


41 




l(-2) 


1 






1994 


DNP 














1995 


41 


31 


72 


5 (-25 


7 (-29) 2 


1 


1 


1 


Totals 


58 


55 


113 


5 (-25) 8 (-31) 2 


2 


1 


1 



1994: A redshirt year. 

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 backup and was a 
starter in the second game vs. 
North Carolina... Registered five 
tackles vs. Virgmia and three 
against North Carolina. ..Injured in 
the second half vs. West 
Virginia. ..Did not play against 
Virginia Tech and played only 
limited time vs. Penn State.... 
Returned to the starting lineup vs. 
Clemson... Led the down lineman 
in tackles with nine and blocked a 
PAT vs. the Tigers. ..Selected by 
the coaching staff as the 
Defensive Player of the Week for 
his Clemson performance... 
Outstanding game vs. Florida 
State with six total tackles 
including one tackle for a loss to 
again lead the down linemen... 
Also credited with a pass 
deflection vs. the Seminoles... 
Again led the team in tackles vs. 
N.C. State with nine and was 
nominated by the coaches for the 
Defensive Player of the Week 



award. Game up big vs. Wake 
Forest as he led the defense in a 
goal line stand m the closing 
minutes, allowing Maryland to 
defeat the Deacons on a 
touchdown at the final gun. 

At Susquehanna: Honorable 
Mention All-America by USA 
Today as a senior. ..Rated among 
the Top 25 defensive linemen in 
the nation by Tom Lemming's 
Super Prep Magazine...A first 
team all-state selection his senior 
season... A first team All-Mid Penn 
League selection at right 
defensive tackle for three 
consecutive years, a first team all- 
league selection at defensive 
tackle 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. 

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



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Getting the Word Out On Defense, Eric Ogbogu 

and is still learning to play the 

position. ..Can be very dominating 

player who will continue to be an 

all-star during his 

career. ..Displayed a tremendous 

inner strength following the death 

ol his father in May of 

1995. ..Thought about ending his 

football career to care for his 

mother and six siblings... With the 

■ . ■ ■ ■ . ■ . 1 1 n 1 : . il hi'. I.ilnl!', ii.r; 

continued his academic and 
educational career in a big way. 



1995: A second team All-ACC 
selection on the defensive 
line. ..Led the team in sacks, six; 
tackles for minus yardage, 12; and 
10th on the team overall, 45 total 
tackles. ..Extended playing time on 
defense. Had a quarterback sack 
vs. Tulane in the season 
opener... Career high 11 total 
tackles vs. Louisville included 10 
unassisted tackles... A big 
contributor m the Terps' victory 
over North Carolina with four total 
tackles and two tackles behind 
the line of scrimmage. ..Career 
high three tackles for minus 
yardage (-18) in victory over West 
Virginia... Earned Co-Defensive 
Player of the Week honors from 
the coaching staff for his effort vs. 
the Mountaineers... Outstanding 
vs. Clemson with eight total 
tackles including one tackle for 
mmus yardage. ..Career high three 
sacks came vs. N.C. State for 
mmus 25 total yards. ..Helped the 
Terps defense establish the all- 
time school record with eight 
sacks vs. the Wolfpack...Also had 
one tackle for loss to give him four 
tackles for minus yardage vs. N.C. 
State. ..Closed the season with 24 



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42 

Eric Ogbogu 

Defensive End 
Jr 6-4 

Irvington, NY. 
Major: Accounting 
Hometown: Archbishop 
Stepinac 

At Maryland: A Second Team All- 
ACC selection as a defensive 
lmeman durmg his first full 
season, 1995. ..Earned All-ACC 
defensive honors despite starting 
only one game during the 
season. ..Begins fall drills as 
second team defensive end. ..Has 
played both tight end and 
linebacker durmg his first two 
seasons after bemg recruited as a 
tight end. ..Has a tremendous 
future as he continues his rapid 
development on the defensive 
line. ..Has big play capabilities 
each time the ball is snapped.. .An 
excellent pass rusher who is very 
powerful. ..Is fundamentally sound 




Eric Ogbogu, like Robert Redford, is The Natural. 



total tackles vs. N.C. State, 
Virginia, and Florida State, an 
average of nine per game. ..Sacks 
came in four different games 
while tackles for mmus yardage 
came in two others... A career and 
team season high four 
quarterback hurries vs. Duke. 

1994: Played m eight games, 
seeing most action at the tight 
end position and was used m the 
later part of the year on defense at 
an end position. ..Caught his first 
career pass vs. Clemson, an 11- 
yarder in the second quarter that 
was good for a first down. ..Gamed 
his first career start in place of the 



Ogbogu 's Statistics 












Defensive 














1995 


UT AT 


TT 


Sack 


TFL Int. 


FF FR 


PD QB Hurry 


Tulane 


1 


1 


l(-6) 


l(-6) 






North Carolina 


3 1 


4 




2 (-4) 






West Virginia 


3 


3 


1 (-12) 


3 (-18) 






Duke 


2 1 


3 








4 


Wake Forest 


3 1 


4 


l(-9) 


K-5) 






Clemson 


6 2 


8 




K-l) 






Louisville 


10 1 


11 










N.C. State 


5 


5 


3 (-25) 


4 (-27) 






Virginia 


3 1 


4 










Flonda State 


1 1 


2 










Total 


37 8 


45 


6 (-52) 


12 (-61) 




4 


Receiving 














1994 


Catches 


Yards 


TD 


Long 






Clemson 


1 11 





11 








Total 


1 11 





11 









mjured Erik Henry vs. Wake 
Forest.. .Saw his first action on the 
defensive side of the ball vs. 
Tulane. 

At Archbishop Stepinac: 
Honorable Mention All- America by 
Max Emfinger's Recruiting 
Almanac... Was rated among the 
top 50 players in the east by Tom 
Lemming's Super Prep 
Magazine... A first team all-league 
and all-city selection. ..An all-city 
selection by New York 
Newsday...A bruising two-way 
athlete. ..Rushed for 1,803 yards 
and 18 touchdowns as a fullback, 
and averaged eight tackles, 
including 12 for lost yardage, as a 
linebacker... Has the size, 
quickness, and speed to play 
several positions and will 
probably be used as a tight end m 
Maryland's new offensive set. 

Personal: Born 7/18/75.. .The son 
of Winifred and the late Louis 
Ogbogu... Has six siblings, 
including a brother and sister who 
ran track for the Terps. 



67 



Getting the Word Out On Defense, A.J. Johnson 




27 

Andreal (A.J.) Johnson 

Defensive Back 
Sr 5-10 170 

Pahokee, Fla. 
Major: Family Studies 
High School: Pahokee 

At Maryland: An All-ACC 
candidate who enters the 1996 
season second among current 
ACC players in career 
interceptions with eight, and also 
ranks as the No. 2 returning 
player from the 1995 season with 
six pick-offs...A second team All- 
ACC selection in 1995 who 
finished tied for first in 
interceptions with six... An 
outstanding one-on-one coverage 
player with excellent guickness... 
Joins Ratcliff Thomas as the only 
two defensive players on this 
year's squad who are four-year 
varsity starters. ..Will be a leader 
in the secondary and for the entire 
defense. ..An outstanding UFL 
prospect at his position... Has 
started 31 of the last 32 games 
entering the 1996 season. 




1995: A Second Team All-ACC 
selection as the co-leader in the 
conference with six interceptions... 
His six interceptions were the 
most by any Terp player since 
Keeta Covington had six in 
1985... Named Defensive Player of 
the Week by Sports Illustrated 
and the Terp coaches and 
Defensive Back of the Week by 
the ACC... Following his 
outstanding performance in 
Maryland's victory vs. North 
Carolina. ..Recorded a career high 
two interceptions, forced one 
fumble, and recorded six tackles 
vs. the Tar Heels. ..Totaled 12 
tackles vs. Georgia Tech on 
ESPN... First career sack came 
(minus 14 yards) vs. West Virginia 
in the Terps' victory in Byrd 
Stadium... Also chipped in with 
one interception and one pass 
deflection vs. the Mountaineers... 
Another sack (minus nine yards) 
and three tackles came as the 
Terps defeated N.C. State. ..Four 
initial hits and one interception in 
the season opener vs. Tulane... 
Began the season with four 
interceptions in the first three 
games: Tulane, North Carolina, 
and West Virginia, to rank third in 
the NCAA statistics... An 
interception vs. Wake Forest 
stopped a second quarter Deacon 
drive and helped the Terps to a 9- 
6 victory which upped the Terps' 
record to 5-1. ..Season and career 
high 14 tackles and one 
interception in the season finale 
vs. Florida State. ..Closed the 
season with two outstanding 
performances, with 10 tackles vs. 
Virginia and a career high 14 vs. 
Florida State... A fumble recovery 
vs. Clemson and a pass deflection 
vs. Louisville. 

1994: Maryland's third leading 





A. J. Johnson is one of the best cornerbacks in college 
football. 



tackier with 76. ..Starter in every 
game in his second year earning 
the nod. ..Defensive Player of the 
Game by vote of coaches against 
Flonda State... Second on team in 
tackles at West Virginia as he tied 
his then career best mark with 10 
tackles. ..Another busy day vs. 
Wake Forest as he wreaked havoc 
on the Demon Deacons... Returned 
to form vs. Georgia Tech, leading 
an outstanding effort in the 
secondary... Returned two punts for 
25 yards (long of 14)... Continued 
to return punts vs. Tulane and led 
secondary m initial hits. ..Led the 
team m tackles vs. N.C. State for 
his career high with 14. 



1993: Leading tackier among 
cornerbacks and 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. 

At Pahokee: Led his team to 
three district titles, two sectional 
titles and one state championship 
during his career. 

Personal: Born 8/27/74.. .The son 
of Evelyn and Joe Johnson. 




68 



Getting the Word Out On Defense, A.J. Johnson and Eric Hicks 



Johnson's Statistics 
















1993 


UT 


AT 


TT 


Sack 


TFL 


Int. 


FF 


FR 


PD 




Virginia 


1 





1 
















North Carolina 


10 





10 
















West Virginia 


7 


1 


8 
















Virginia Tech 


1 





1 






1 










Penn State 


3 


1 


4 










1 






Georgia Tech 


3 


1 


4 












1 




Duke 


2 


2 


4 
















Clemson 


5 


4 


9 




1(-1) 












Florida State 


5 


2 


7 












1 




N.C. State 


4 


2 


6 




M-2) 












Wake Forest 


6 


2 


8 
















Totals 


47 


15 


62 




2 (-3) 


1 




1 


2 




1994 


UT 


AT 


TT 


Sack 


TFL 


Int. 


FF 


FR 


PD 


QB Hurry 


Duke 


1 


3 


4 
















Florida State 


5 


4 


9 




l(-2) 


1 






4 


1 


West Virginia 


6 


4 


10 




K-l) 








1 




Wake Forest 


3 





3 








1 




1 


1 


Clemson 


4 


3 


7 
















North Carolina 


3 


3 


6 
















Georgia Tech 


6 


2 


8 






1 


1 




1 




Tulane 


4 





4 




K-3) 








2 




N.C. State 


11 


3 


14 




K-l) 












Virginia 


3 





3 
















Syracuse 


5 


3 


8 




K-4) 












94 Tot 


51 


25 


76 




5 (-11) 


2 


2 




9 


2 


1995 


UT 


AT 


TT 


Sack 


TFL 


Int. 


FF 


FR 


PD 




Tulane 


4 





4 






1 










North Carolina 


5 


1 


6 






2 


1 








West Virginia 


6 


1 


7 


1( -14)1 (-14) 


1 










Duke 


2 





2 
















Georgia Tech 


9 


3 


12 
















Wake Forest 


4 


1 


5 






1 










Clemson 


2 


3 


5 










1 






Louisville 


5 


2 


7 












1 




N.C. State 


2 


1 


3 


1 (-9) 1 (-9) 












Virginia 


5 


5 


10 
















Florida State 


12 


2 


14 






1 










Totals 


56 


19 


75 


2 (-23) 2 (-23) 


6 


1 


1 


1 




Career Totals 


UT 


AT 


TT Sack 


TFL 


Int. 


FF 


FR 


PD 


Harass 


1993 


47 


15 


62 




2 (-3) 


1 




1 


2 




1994 


51 


25 


76 




5 (-11) 


2 


2 




9 


2 


1995 


56 


19 


75 


2 (-23) 2 (-23) 


6 


1 


1 


1 




Career 


154 


59 


213 2 (-23) 9 (-37) 


8 


3 


2 


12 


2 




90 

Eric Hicks 

Defensive End 

Jr 6-6 248 

Erie, Pa. 

Major: Criminal Justice 

High School: Mercyhurst 

Prep 

At Maryland: A starter for the 
past two years who will see 
considerable playing 
time. ..Expected to make the step 
to the next level as one of the best 
players m the conference...A key 
component to the Terrapin 
defense... One of the hardest 
working players on the team... A 
truly team-oriented player. 

1995: Played in all 11 games with 
starts m all but one... Left knee 
sprain limited action in first three 



games. ..Retained starting role, 
however.. .Healthier against Duke 
and Georgia Tech.. Recuperated 
with extra week off before Clemson 
game and six tackles and a fumble 
recovery.. .Had a personal best 
eight tackles against 
Louisville. ..Strong game on line vs. 
N.C. State with QB sacks on three 
of his seven tackles. ..Led defense 
to school record rune sacks in the 
game. ..Team's Defensive Player of 
the Game vs. the Wolfpack as he 
stopped five opponents behind the 
Ime of scrimmage... Tied season 
best mark with eight tackles vs. 
Virginia.. .Finished year with four 
tackles against Florida State. 

1994: Started on special teams in 
the early season. ..Earned playing 
time against Wake Forest and a 
starting position the next week at 
Clemson.. .Had a season high six 
hits in Death Valley. 

At Mercyhurst Prep: An All-East 
selection, Number 30 overall, by 
Tom Lemming's Super Prep 
Magazine... Totaled 86 tackles, six 
quarterback sacks and one 
interception as a senior. ..Played 
linebacker m high school but will 
probably be moved to defensive 
end upon his arrival at 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: Born 6/17/76.. The son 
of Cheryl Vaughn and Gus Hicks. 



Hicks's Statistics 














1994 


UT 


AT 


TT 


Sack 


TFL FF 


FR 


PD 


Hurry 


Wake Forest 


3 


1 


4 


l(-7) 


l(-7) 1 








Clemson 


4 


2 


6 




1 








North Carolina 


3 


1 


4 










1 


Georgia Tech 





1 


1 












Tulane 





1 


1 












N.C State 


1 





1 












Virginia 


1 





1 












Syracuse 





















Totals 


12 


6 


18 


K-7) 


l(-7) 2 






1 


1995 


UT 


AT 


TT 


Sack 


TFL FF 


FR 


PD 


Hurry 


Tulane 

















1 




North Carolina 


1 


2 


3 












West Virginia 



















1 


Duke 


4 


U 


4 








1 




Georgia Tech 


1 


1 


2 




l(-2) 








Wake Forest 


1 


1 


2 












Clemson 


5 


1 


6 






1 


1 




Louisville 


6 


2 


8 












N.C. State 


7 





7 


3 (-22) 


5 (-27) 








Virginia 


7 


1 


8 












Flonda State 


3 


1 


4 












Totals 


35 


9 


44 


3 (-22) 


6 (-29) 


1 


3 


1 


Career 


UT 


AT 


TT 


Sack 


TFL FF 


FR 


PD 


Hurry 


1994 


12 


6 


18 


K-7) 


l(-7) 2 






1 


1995 


35 


9 


44 


3 (-22) 


6 (-29) 


1 


3 


1 


Totals 


37 


24 


61 


4 (-29) 


7 (-36)2 


1 


3 


2 



69 



Getting the Word Out On Defense, Eric Hicks and Tim Watson 




Eric Hicks can make a runner disappear. 




Tim Watson can fill a quarterback's picture of the world, 
quickly. 



Watson's 


Statistics 












1995 


UT AT TT 


Sacks 


TFL 


PD 


QB Hurry 


PD FF 


Tulane 


4 2 6 












North Carolina 6 7 






1 


2 




West Virginia 


3 2 5 










1 


Duke 


3 4 7 










1 


Georgia Tech 


2 3 5 












Wake Forest 


3 4 7 




1(-1) 


1 






Clemson 


4 4 8 


2 (-2) 


3 (-11) 








Louisville 


1 3 4 












N.C. State 


3 3 






1 






Virginia 


6 3 9 












Florida State 


2 2 




l(-2) 








Totals 


34 29 63 


2(-2) 


5(-14) 


3 


2 


1 1 




87 

Tim Watson 

Defensive Lineman 
Jr* 6-4 276 

Somers Point, N.J. 
Major: Family Studies 
High School: Mainland 
Regional 

At Maryland: Will start at 
defensive tackle for the second 
consecutive season. ..Started 11 
games in 1995 and recorded 63 
total tackles, seventh most on the 
team.. .The coaching staff expects 
a big year from Watson who is 
one of the most consistent 
performers on the roster... Has the 
ability to make big plays. ..Runs 
well and has tremendous 
quickness. ..A sure honors 
candidate with two years of 
eligibility remaining. 

1995: The seventh leading Terp 
tackier with a career high 63 total 
stops.. Among the team leaders 
with five tackles for minus 
yardage and in quarterback sacks 
with two... Also totaled one forced 
fumble and four pass 
deflections... Was quick to meet 
the ball in a career high nine 
tackle effort vs. Virginia.. .A 
demon in the offensive backfield 
vs. Clemson with eight total 
tackles, a career high two sacks 
and a career high three total 
tackles for minus yardage... At 
least five tackles in nme of 1 1 
games. ..Opened season with six 
stop effort vs. Tulane. ..A 
defensive menace vs. North 
Carolina with seven total tackles, 
2 hurries of the Tar Heel 
quarterback, and one pass 



deflection... Totaled seven tackles 
and one forced fumble vs. 
Duke. ..Seven tackles including 
one for minus yardage vs. Wake 
Forest as the Terps won in 
Winston-Salem. .Strong outings 
vs. Louisville, four stops, and N.C. 
State, three stops... Five tackles on 
a wet turf vs. West Virginia.. .Five 
tackles on national television vs. 
Georgia Tech. 

1994: A redshirt year. 

1993: Gained playing time for first 
time m fifth game vs. Perm State 
and responded well... Totaled 
seven total tackles and one tackle 
for loss in his first collegiate 
appearance. ..Led the down 
linemen in tackles vs. Nittany 
Lions... Started vs. Georgia Tech 
the next week and agam played 
well registering three tackles... 
After missing Duke game with an 
injury, he returned with his top 
performance of the season vs. 
Clemson... Recorded three 
unassisted tackles, one assisted 
tackle, two tackles for loss, and 
one pass deflection vs. the Tigers. 

At Mainland Regional: Chosen 
All-America by USA Today, Blue 
Chip, and Super Prep Magazine 
following a spectacular senior 
season... Was first team All-South 
Jersey, all-county, and all- 
conference selection as both a 
junior and a senior. ..Honored as 
team's MVP as a senior... Played 
defensive line, linebacker, and 
tight end during three 
years... Tallied a team record 107 
total tackles, 76 initial hits, and 41 
assists. ..Had 70 initial hits and 13 
assisted as a junior.. .Caught 10 
passes that year for 143 yards and 
a touchdown.. .Earned three 
letters each in three sports: 
football, basketball, and track and 
field... Was the captain for each 
team twice... A second team all- 
conference basketball player as a 
junior. ..First team all-conference 
selection for track and field and 
qualified for the state 
championships as a discuss 
thrower his semor year. 

Personal: Born 12/23/74...The son 
of Chen Watson. 



70 



Getting the Word Out On Offense, Brian Cummings 




9 

Brian Cummings 

Quarterback 
Eastchester, N.Y. 
Jr* 5-11 205 

Major: Marketing 
High School: Iona Prep 

At Maryland: One of only two 
starting quarterbacks returning in 
the ACC.Also stars on the 
Terrapin baseball squad. ..Plays in 
the outfield and is among the 
starting five in the pitching 
rotation... Had an outstanding 
Spring Game as he led Red Squad 



to a 33-0 victory the day after 
pitching a tough loss to 
Virginia. ..Completed 19 of 27 
passes for 277 yards and two 
touchdowns.. .Batted .298 in 1996 
while splitting time with spring 
football ...Had a seven-game 
hitting streak in early April. ..His 
solo homerun in the top of the 
10th lifted the Terps to a 4-3 
baseball victory over Furman. 

1995: Led Terrapins to best start 
(4-0) since 1978.. The only 
sophomore to win his first four 
starts. ..Started in six of the seven 
games he played at quarterback... 
Came off the bench to rally team to 
victory over Wake Forest.. .Started 
in win vs. Tulane before ankle 
sprain sidelined him after the first 
quarter... Completed 10 consecutive 
passes. ..Forty percent of 
completions were for first 
downs. ..Got the starting nod 
against North Carolma in pregame 
warmups and ended up going all 
the way... Survived foul weather in 
West Virginia start to throw two 
TD passes. ..Best passing 
performance was vs. Duke when 
he completed a then career high 19 
passes for a personal best 299 
yards... Team's Offensive Player of 
the Week with Geroy Simon and 



Cummings's 


Statistics 












Rushing 


















1994 




Carries 




Yards 


TD 




Long 




Duke 






















West Virginia 




3 




29 


1 




26 




North Carolina 




4 




8 


1 




7 




Georgia Tech 




2 




-3 


1 




1 




Tulane 




2 




2 







2 




N.C. State 






















Virginia 




1 




1 







1 




Syracuse 




3 




26 


1 




17 




Totals 




15 




63 


4 




26 




1995 




Carries 




Yards 


TD 




Long 




Tulane 




4 




1 






6 




North Carolina 




12 




(13) 






8 




West Virginia 




13 




16 


1 




11 




Duke 




12 




22 






9 




Wake Forest 




6 




12 






6 




Clemson 




16 




(-8) 






7 




Louisville 




13 




(-13) 






14 




Totals 




76 




17 


1 




14 




Career 




Carries 




Yards 


TD 




Long 




1994 




15 




63 


4 




26 




1995 




76 




17 


1 




14 




Totals 




91 




80 


5 




26 




Passing 


















1995 


Comp Att 


Yards Pet. 


TD Int 


LG 


Pass Eff 


TOff 


Tulane 


10 


12 


71 


.833 





18 


133.0 


72 


North Carolina 


10 


18 


180 


.556 


1 


50 


157.9 


167 


West Virginia 


13 


26 


130 


.500 


2 2 


28 


102.0 


146 


Duke 


19 


27 


299 


.704 


2 


48 


187.8 


321 


Wake Forest 


20 


30 


222 


.667 





42 


128.8 


234 


Clemson 


15 


35 


135 


.429 


2 


22 


63.8 


127 


Louisville 


11 


18 


156 


.611 





24 


133.9 


143 


Totals 


98 


166 


1.193 .590 


5 4 


50 


129.6 


1210 




Brian Cummings' competitive year never stops. 



Jermaine Lewis. ..Limited to 
holding duties vs. Georgia Tech 
with Scott Milanovich's return... 
Replaced Milanovich in second 
quarter of Wake Forest game to 
rally Terps to 9-6 victory.. .His 20 
completions marked a new career 
high... Selected as Offensive Player 
of the Week by the coaches... 
Starter again vs. Clemson and 
Louisville as offense struggled in 
both outings. ..Sore shoulder 
bothered him late m season. ..Did 
not play in last three contests as 
Milanovich got the call. 

1994: Maryland's third string 
quarterback who ran the 'Black 
Thunder' short yardage offense 
throughout the season... Rushed 
for 63 yards on 15 carries for a 4.2 
yards per carry average... His yards 
per carry average was fourth best 
on the team. ..Scored four rushing 
touchdowns which ties him for 
the team lead with Buddy 
Rodgers...Most productive game 
came at West Vuginia as he 
rushed for a career high 29 yards 
and one touchdown. .Entered the 
West Virginia game in the second 
quarter and gamed 29 rushing 
yards on a 53 yard series and 
scored the Terps first touchdown 
in the memorable victory in 
Morgantown...Also ran well vs. 
Syracuse as he gained 26 yards 
and scored one touchdown. ..Eight 
yards and one touchdown came 



from the short yardage offense vs. 
North Carolina... Also effective in 
the short yardage situation in 
Terps' victory over Georgia Tech 
scoring a touchdown on a one- 
yard dive. 

1993: A redshirt year. 

At Iona Prep: Selected as the first 
team all-state quarterback his 
senior season... A two-time all- 
county and all-league 
selection... Named the County 
Player of the Year by the Gannet 
Newspapers Cham.. .Earned first 
team all-county honors by the 
New York 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- 
Amencan honors in baseball, and 
he finished his semor season with 
a 1.50 ERA and a .472 batting 
average. Four-year honor roll 
student who was twice named 
baseball MVP. 

Personal: Bom 9/30/75.. .The son 
of Patricia and Gerald Cummings 



71 



Getting the Word Out On Offense, Joe O'Donnell 




16 

Joe O'Donnell 

Kicker 

Sr 5-10 184 

Rural Ridge, Pa. 
Major: Psychology 
High School: Fox Chapel 

At Maryland: An Honorable 
Mention All-Atlantic Coast 
Conference selection as a 
junior... Returns for his senior 
season as one of the top kickers in 
the ACC.Has worked hard on his 
leg strength.. .The added leg 
strength allows for great distance 



on both field goal attempts and 
kickoffs... A very accurate kicker, 
he has hit 92.4 (49-52) percent of 
his extra point attempts and 85.0 
(17-20) percent of his field goal 
attempts during his two-year 
career at Maryland.. .Earned a 
scholarship following his first 
season at Maryland... Attended 
the University of Tennessee at 
Martin durmg the 1993-94 year. 

1995: An Honorable Mention All- 
ACC kicker... Kicked m nine of 
Maryland's 11 games and proved 
to be among the most accurate 
kickers in the conference. ..Career 
long field goal of 47 yards came in 
the rain vs. West Virginia... Also a 
season best four-of-four on point 
after touchdown attempts vs. the 
Mountaineers. ..Was good from 45 
yards vs. North Carolina for one of 
two field goals longer than 40 
yards during the season and one 
of three from that distance during 
his career. ..Kicked 13 consecutive 
PATs to begin the season until 
missing vs. Duke in the fourth 
game of the season... Tied his 
career best of two field goals (19 
and 25 yards) vs. the Blue 
Devils. ..Was a perfect three-for- 
three vs. Tulane; three-for-three 
vs. North Carolina; four-for-four 



O'Donnell 's 


Statistics 
















PAT 






FG 






1994 


Att. 




Made 


Att. 




Made 


Long 


Duke 


2 




1 


1 




1 


40 


Florida State 


2 




2 


2 




2 


30 


West Virginia 


3 




3 


1 




1 


29 


Wake Forest 


4 




4 


1 




1 


24 


North Carolina 


2 




2 


2 




1 


22 


Georgia Tech 


6 




6 












Tulane 


5 




5 


1 




1 


33 


N.C. State 


6 




6 


1 




1 


34 


Virginia 


3 




3 












Syracuse 


1 




1 


1 




1 


28 


Totals 


34 


PAT 


33 


10 


FG 


9 


40 


1995 


Att. 




Made 


Att. 




Made 


Long 


Tulane 


3 




3 












North Carolina 


3 




3 


2 




1 


45 


West Virginia 


4 




4 


1 




1 


47 


Duke 


4 




3 


2 




2 


25 


Georgia Tech 










1 




1 


22 


Wake Forest 


1 







2 




1 


19 


Virginia 


1 




1 


1 




1 


37 


Flonda State 


2 




2 


1 




1 


26 


Totals 


18 


PAT 


16 


10 


FG 


8 


47 


Career Totals 


Att. 




Made 


Att. 




Made 


Long 


1994 


34 




33 


10 




9 


40 


1995 


18 




16 


10 




8 


47 


Totals 


52 




49 


20 




17 


47 




Joe O'Donnell's relationship with his linemen is critical to his 
success. 



vs. West Virginia, and three-for- 
four vs. Duke. ..Ran his personal 
best streak to 46 consecutive, 
dating back to the first game of 
the 1994 season... Enters his senior 
season having kicked three 
consecutive field goals with a one- 
for-one performance vs. Virginia 
and a two-for-two performance vs. 
Florida State... Career long strmg 
of six consecutive games with at 
least one field goal vs. North 
Carolina (one-for-two); West 
Virginia (one-for-one); Duke (two- 
for-two); Georgia Tech (one-for- 
one) and Wake Forest (one -for- 
two)... Kickoffs were long and 
boommg, with 14 of 26 into the 
end zone for no return yards... Was 
second on the team in scoring 
with 40 points giving him 100 
points for his two year career. 

1994: Proved to be Maryland's 
most accurate kicker... Connected 
on 33 of 34 point after touchdown 
attempts (.970) and 9 of 10 field 
goal attempts (.900). ..Was 
successful on his very first kicking 
attempt in a college game as he 
hit on a 40-yard field goal vs. Duke 
in the season opener... Kicked 33 
consecutive point after touchdown 
attempts after missing his first 
attempt of the season vs. the Blue 
Devils. ..Kicked three or more PATs 
five times... His career best, perfect 
six for sixes on PATs came vs. 
Georgia Tech and N.C. State. ..Was 



five of five vs. Tulane. ..Was also 
impressive on field goals, with his 
career long of 40 yards vs. Duke 
and five others of 25 yards or 
more. ..Was two of two vs. Flonda 
State helping Maryland to a 20-17 
halftime lead... Kicked field goals 
of 30 yards or more m back-to- 
back games vs. Tulane and N.C. 
State. ..Kicked at least one field 
goal in eight of Maryland's 11 
games. ..Led the team in scormg 
with 60 points, a 5.4 points per 
game average. 

At Tennessee-Martin: Was the 
starting kicker who handled all 
field goals, point after touchdowns 
and kickoffs. ..Was 8-14 on field 
goals and 17-19 on point after 
touchdowns. 

At Fox Chapel: Was a first team 
all-conference selection on the 
football team in 1992, his senior 
season. ..Earned two letters in 
football and soccer and gained 
another as a member of the track 
and field team... Played for the 
soccer team as it won the state 
championship in 1990. ..Helped 
lead his club soccer team to three 
state championships. 

Personal: Born 2/1 1/75.. .The son 
of Jeanne and Joseph O'Donnell... 
Likes to fly airplanes. ..Was a 
member of the honor roll and the 
Latin club in high school. 



72 



Getting the Word Out On Offense, Buddy Rodgers 




34 

Buddy Rodgers 

Running Back 

Jr 5-11 225 

East Providence, R.I. 

Major: Elementary Education 

High School: East 

Providence 

At Maryland: An all-conference 
candidate as one of the top 
running backs in the Atlantic 
Coast region. ..Is regarded as the 
top all-around athlete currently 
playing in the Maryland football 
program... Enjoyed a great spring 
and hopes to increase his 
effectiveness on the field this 
season.. .Will play a big factor in 
the Terps' offensive production... 
Arrived at Maryland as one of the 
most highly regarded running 
backs in recent memory. 

1995: An Honorable Mention All- 
ACC selection as the Terps' 
leading rusher and seventh 
leading rusher in the 
conference. ..Gained a career high 
718 yards on a career high 158 
carries and scored a career high 
seven touchdowns. ..Rodgers' 718 
yards rushing marked the most by 
a Terp runner since Alvin Blount 
gamed 828 durmg the 1985 
season. ..Gained 107 yards vs. 
Tulane in the season opener to 
mark his first career rushing game 
over 100 yards... His two 
touchdowns vs. the Green Wave 
also marked a season and career 
high. ..Named the Terps' offensive 
Player of the Week. ..Career high 
112 yards vs. West Virginia on the 
rain soaked turf m Byrd 
Stadium. ..Career long touchdown 



run of 54 yards was an impressive 
display of speed vs. the 
Mountaineers. ..Back-to-back 100 
yard rushing days came the next 
week vs. Duke with 103 yards on 

13 carries and a career high tying 
two touchdowns... The most 
effective Terp runner at Wake 
Forest with 47 yards on 19 
carries... Gained 83 rushing yards 
in the Terps' victory over N C. 
State. ..Career high six receptions 
vs. Clemson and a career high 41 
reception yards vs. N.C. 

State. ..Ran well vs. Virginia with 
78 yards and one touchdown... 
Totaled five receptions for 45 
yards vs. Georgia Tech in 
Maryland's nationally televised 
game. ..Closed the season in a 
hurry with eight receptions for 55 
yards in the final three games. 

1994: One of eight true freshmen 
to see action during the season... 
Became only the fifth true 
freshman Terp to play in the first 
game of his first season joining 
Alvin Maddox in 1975, Charlie 
Wysocki in 1978, Mike Beasley in 
1987. and Mark Mason m 1990... 
The first true freshman running 
back to score a touchdown in the 
first game of his first season... 
Scored his first career touchdown 
on a seven-yard run in the third 
quarter of the season opener vs. 
Duke... A season high 44 yards on 
a season high 14 carries vs. the 
Blue Devils. ..Also caught five 
passes for 43 yards at Duke for 84 
yards of total offense, giving him 
the most productive game of any 
true freshman at Maryland in his 
first career game... Injured in the 
second game vs. Florida State 
after recovering a blocked punt 
and returning it 15 yards. ..The 
blocked punt and Rodgers' return 
set up a Maryland field goal 
leading to a 10-3 first quarter lead 
for the Terps... Limited by injury 
but carried three times for nine 
yards vs. West Virginia... Limited 
once again by injury vs. Wake 
Forest but scored his second 
career touchdown on a one-yard 
run in the fourth quarter of the 
Terp victory.. .Did not play vs. 
Clemson. but returned for North 
Carolina and carried four times for 

14 yards. ..Scored a key second 
quarter touchdown vs. Georgia 
Tech on a four-yard run to give 
Maryland an early 7-3 lead on its 



way to the 42- 
27 victory. The 
ankle injury 
continued to 
improve and 
Rodgers 
enjoyed a super 
outing vs. 
Tulane. ..Gained 
39 yards 
rushing on 
three carries 
and scored 
what turned out 
to be the game- 
winning 
touchdown, his 
fourth score of 
the season... 
Had a 35 yard 
carry vs. the 
Green Wave, 
the longest run 
from scrimmage 
of the season 
for the Terps... 
Played well as a 
back in the 
Black Thunder' 
offense gaining 
8 yards on three 
carries vs. N.C. 
State. 

At East 
Providence: A 
Parade 

Magazine All- 
America 
selection 
following an 
outstanding 
senior season... 
Named 
Honorable 
Mention All- 
America by USA 
Today following both his junior 
and senior years. ..A big. powerful 
back who immediately helped the 
team in the rushing 
department... 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 
years. ..Recruiting expert Tom 
Lemming's Super Prep Magazine 
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 number one 
running back prospect in the 
east. .Rushed for 3,231 yards (8.7 



Rodgers' s Statistics 








Rushing 










1994 


Carries 


Yards 


TD 


Long 


Duke 


14 


44 


1 


11 


Florida State 


2 


(-4) 





1 


West Virginia 


3 


9 





5 


Wake Forest 


6 


11 


1 


8 


North Carolina 


4 


14 





10 


Georgia Tech 


2 


7 


1 


4 


Tulane 


3 


39 


1 


35 


N.C. State 


3 


8 





6 


Virginia 


2 


2 





2 


Total 


39 


130 


4 


35 


1995 


Carries 


Yards 


TD 


Long 


Tulane 


14 


107 


2 


19 


North Carolina 


22 


71 


1 


12 


West Virginia 


21 


112 


1 


54 


Duke 


13 


103 


2 


25 


Georgia Tech 


6 


4 





2 


Wake Forest 


19 


47 





9 


Clemson 


7 


24 





5 


Louisville 


7 


49 





17 


N.C. State 


21 


83 





18 


Virginia 


19 


78 


1 


11 


Florida State 


9 


40 





18 


Totals 


158 


718 


7 


54 


Career 


Receptions 


Yards 


TD 


Long 


1994 


39 


130 


4 


35 


1995 


158 


718 


7 


54 


Totals 


197 


848 


11 


54 


Receiving 










1994 


Receptions 


Yards 


TD 


Long 


Duke 


5 


43 





15 


Wake Forest 


1 


10 





10 


Totals 


6 


53 





15 


1995 


Receptions 


Yards 


TD 


Long 


Tulane 


1 








1 


North Carolma 


1 


6 





6 


Duke 


1 


9 





9 


Georgia Tech 


5 


45 





21 


Wake Forest 


2 


15 





9 


Clemson 


6 


31 





12 


Louisville 


1 


3 





3 


N.C. State 


3 


41 





17 


Virginia 


2 


12 





8 


Florida State 


3 


2 





9 


Totals 


25 


164 





21 


Career 


Receptions 


Yards 


TD 


Long 


1994 


6 


53 





15 


1995 


25 


164 





21 


Totals 


31 


217 





21 



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.. The son of 
Jeanette Estes. 



73 



Getting the Word Out On Offense, Geroy Simon 




10 

Geroy Simon 

Wide Receiver 

Sr 6-0 183 

Johnstown, Pa. 

Major: Criminology and 

Criminal Justice 

High School: Johnstown 

At Maryland: An All-America 
candidate. ..The top receiver in the 
Atlantic Coast Conference who 
begins the 1996 season ranked 
first among all active receivers 
and 9th in the all-time history of 
the conference with 150 
receptions. ..Begins the season 
ranked No. 2 on Maryland's all- 
time receptions list behind only 
Jermaine Lewis, 193 who 
currently plays for the Baltimore 
Ravens of the National Football 
League. ...His 1,525 career 
receiving yards ranks him seventh 
all-time at Maryland... Will vie for 
every receiving record at 
Maryland and in the ACC during 
his senior season. ..Has improved 
on his ability to run with the ball 
after catching it and utilizes his 
soft hands and excellent speed to 
his advantage. 

1995: 5th in the ACC and 39th 
nationally in receptions per game, 
4.9. ..A career high 16 receptions 
came vs. Florida State in the 



season finale. ..Marked the third 
time during his career that he had 
caught in double figures in a 
smgle game. ..His 124 yards 
receiving was also a season high 
and tied for the second best single 
game of his career. ..Hauled in his 
longest reception of the season, 33 
yards, vs. the Seminoles from 
Scott Milanovich... Caught five 
passes vs. both West Vuginia and 
vs. Wake Forest. ..Five catches vs. 
West Virginia went for 34 yards 
and a 6.8 yards per reception 
average while his five catches for 
31 yards went for a 6.2 yards per 
reception average vs. Wake 
Forest... Top yards per reception 
average came vs. Louisville with 
52 yards on four catches, 13.0 
yards per catch.. .Also in double 
figures with six catches for 74 
yards vs. 12.3 yards per reception, 
vs. Virginia. ..More than half of his 
season long receptions, 30, came 
during the final four weeks of the 
season as he averaged 7.5 catches 
per game as compared to only 3.4 
catches during the first seven 
games of the season. ..Used as a 
running back for the first time 
durmg his Maryland career vs. 
Duke and gained 29 yards on 
three carries mcludmg 12 yards on 
his first carry... Also carried the 
ball three times vs. Florida State 
and 1 1 total tunes during the 
season... Was lauded by the 
coaching staff for his blocking 
efforts m the season opemng 
victory vs. Tulane and the victory 
over West Virginia in Byrd 
Stadium. ..Steady in catching four 
passes for 38 yards vs. N.C. 
State. ...At least two catches in 
every game and four or more in 
seven of 11 contests. 

1994: Set the all-time Atlantic 
Coast Conference single season 
record for receptions with an 
incredible 77 as a sophomore. ..His 
77 catches surpassed the previous 
ACC record of 75 by Maryland's 
Marcus Badgett in 1992. ..Only the 
second Terp and fourth player in 



I'm keeping this uniform on until 
tomorrow— I'm going out in it 
tonight. J I 

Mike Jarmolowich, Nov. 14, 1992, 
after his final game as a Terp, a 53-23 win over Clemson. 



Simon's Statistics 








Receiving 










1995 


Receptions 


Yards 


TD 


Long 


Tulane 


3 


17 





11 


North Carolina 


2 


16 





9 


West Virginia 


5 


34 





12 


Duke 


2 


3 





8 


Georgia Tech 


4 


30 





19 


Wake Forest 


5 


31 





11 


Clemson 


3 


21 





18 


Louisville 


4 


52 





24 


N.C. State 


4 


38 





26 


Virginia 


6 


74 





24 


Florida State 


16 


124 





33 


Totals 


54 


440 





33 


1994 


Receptions 


Yards 


TD 


Long 


Duke 


6 


124 


2 


43 


Florida State 


3 


60 


1 


30 


West Virginia 


11 


129 


1 


20 


Wake Forest 


7 


77 





24 


Clemson 


6 


55 





17 


North Carolina 


9 


88 





17 


Georgia Tech 


8 


86 





33 


Tulane 


6 


61 





24 


N.C. State 


4 


34 


1 


16 


Virginia 


7 


97 


1 


43 


Syracuse 


10 


80 





13 


Totals 


77 


891 


5 


43 


1993 


Receptions 


Yards 


TD 


Long 


Virginia 


1 


7 





7 


West Virginia 


3 


28 


1 


17 


Virginia Tech 


2 


37 





21 


Perm State 


1 


7 





7 


Florida State 


1 


10 


1 


10 


N.C. State 


9 


96 





26 


Wake Forest 


2 


9 





5 


Totals 


19 


194 


2 


26 


Career 


Receptions 


Yards 


TD 


Long 


1993 


19 


194 


2 


26 


1994 


77 


891 


5 


43 


1995 


54 


440 





33 


Totals 


150 


1,525 


7 


43 


Kickoff Return 










1994 


Returns 


Yards 


TD 


Long 


Florida State 


1 


27 





27 


N.C. State 


1 


94 


1 


94 


Totals 


2 


121 


1 


94 


Punt Return 










1994 


Returns 


Yards 


TD 


Long 


Wake Forest 


3 


10 





6 


Totals 


3 


10 





6 



74 



Getting the Word Out On Offense, Geroy Simon 




Geroy Simon has caught as many passes in a game (16 ties 
the league record) and more passes in a season (77) than any 
receiver in ACC history. 



the ACC to catch 70 or more 
passes in a single season... Fourth 
in the nation with 7.0 receptions 
per game... 17th in the nation with 
an 87.0 reception yards per game 
average. ..Led the ACC in 
receptions (77), reception yards 
(891). and receptions per game 
(7.0).. .Second in the ACC in 
reception yards per game with an 
81.0 per game average... Seventh 
in the ACC in all-purpose yards 
per game (rushing+ receiving+ 
punt returns +kickoff returns) with 
a 98.5 yards per game average... 
Opened the season vs. Duke with 
a sparkling 124 yards on six 
receptions and one touchdown.. .A 
second 100+ yard receiving day 



vs. West Virginia with 129 yards 
1 1 catches and another 
touchdown.. .The 11 catches vs. 
the Mountaineers was the fourth 
most productive day by any Terp 
receiver in school history... Tied 
for the team lead with seven 
receptions vs. Wake Forest for 77 
yards... Another team high came 
with six catches vs. Clemson for 
55 yards. ..Team high also vs. 
North Carolina with nine catches 
for 88 yards and a week later vs. 
Georgia Tech with eight catches 
for 86 yards. ..Was agam an 
offensive catalyst vs. Tulane with 
six catches for 61 yards, including 
four in the first half as the Terps 
took a 21-3 lead. .Added another 



dimension to his scoring 
repertoire as he returned a kickoff 
94 yards for a touchdown vs. N.C. 
State... Was the first kickoff 
returned for a touchdown by a 
Maryland player since October 24. 
1981, a span of 13 years. ..Also 
caught a five yard touchdown 
pass from Scott Milanovich in the 
third quarter to give Maryland a 
38-35 lead... Another strong outing 
vs. Virginia with seven catches 
for 97 yards and a 43-yard 
touchdown reception. .A 
sensational day vs. Syracuse with 
10 catches for 80 yards, his 
second double digit reception 
game and sixth of 80 or more 
yards on the year... Was the 
leading receiver in the ACC 
following the fourth game. Wake 
Forest, and held his lead 
throughout the remainder of the 
season... Returned three punts 
early in the season vs. Wake 
Forest for a total of 10 yards. 

1993: Had 19 catches for 194 
yards, a 10.2 yards per catch 
effort... Saw first action at North 
Carolina in second game of his 



true freshman season. ..First 
career touchdown ended a 
sensational rollout from pressure 
by quarterback Scott Milanovich 
for a 17-yard score vs. West 
Virginia... Caught a 10-yard 
touchdown pass at home against 
No. 1 ranked Florida State... A 
season-best nine catches for 96 
yards came at N.C. 
State... Longest catch of the 
season was a 26-yarder against 
the Wolf pack... Catches came in 
seven different games while 
multi-catch games came four 
times. 

At Johnstown: Captain and 
three-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. .The son 
of Valerie and Geroy Simon. 



75 



Getting the Word Out On Offense, Erik Greenstein 




69 

Erik Greenstein 

Center 

Andover, Mass. 
Sr* 6-2 300 

Major: Speech 
Communication 
High School: Andover 

At Maryland: Will be the starting 
center for the second consecutive 
season... Knowledge of the system 
and experience on the line cement 
his role. ..The most experienced 
offensive lineman returning. 

1995: Played nearly every down of 
the season while starting all 1 1 
games... An Honorable Mention 
All-ACC offensive lineman.. .Eased 
the transition between 
guarterbacks throughout the 
season. ..Led team in cut 
blocks... Set five cut blocks and a 
pancake block vs. Tulane...Had at 



^\,V* 



least three cut blocks in eight of 
the 11 games... Tallied three cut 
blocks and one knockdown block 
vs. North Carolina.. .Had two cut 
blocks with a pancake and 
knockdown block against West 
Virginia. ..His only touchdown 
block of the season came against 
Duke along with three cuts and a 
pancake block. ..Had three cut 
blocks while ad]usting to a new 
guarterback at Georgia Tech... 
Enjoyed three cut blocks against 
Wake Forest. ..Had a knockdown 
block with three cut blocks vs. 
Clemson.. .Added three more cut 
blocks vs. Louisville. ..Played a 
solid game in the victory at N.C. 
State. ..Recorded one cut block 
and one pancake vs. Virginia... 
Finished the season with three 
cut blocks at Florida State. 

1994: Played in all 11 games as 
one of the many standouts on the 
Terps' powerful offensive 
line. ..Played at Duke as a backup 
at left guard. ..Played center vs. 
then No. 4 Florida State during 
the second week of the 
season... Made his first career 
start at center vs. West Virginia, 
taking nearly every snap of the 
game... Credited with his first 
career touchdown block vs. the 
Mountaineers as the Terps won 
in Morgantown... Started the next 
week vs. Wake Forest and helped 
the offense gam 385 total yards, 
while averaging a season high 5.7 
yards per play. ..Enjoyed a good 
game vs. North Carolina... His 
overall improvement continued 
vs. Georgia Tech and Tulane...His 




Greenstein 


's Statistics 








1993 


Touchdown 


Cut 


Pancake 


Knockdown 


Duke 


1 


2 








Clemson 





4 








Florida State 


1 


1 





1 


N.C. State 


2 


4 


2 


4 


Totals 


4 


11 


2 


5 


1994 


Touchdown 


Cut 


Pancake 


Knockdown 


Duke 














Florida State 














West Virginia 


1 











Wake Forest 














Clemson 














North Carolina 














Georgia Tech 


1 


1 





2 


Tulane 





4 





2 


N.C. State 





9 





2 


Virginia 














Syracuse 





5 


1 


1 


Totals 


2 


19 


1 


7 


1995 


Touchdown 


Cut 


Pancake 


Knockdown 


Tulane 





5 


1 





North Carolina 





3 





1 


West Virginia 





2 


1 


1 


Duke 


1 


3 


1 





Georgia Tech 





3 








Wake Forest 





3 








Clemson 





3 





1 


Louisville 





3 








N.C. State 














Virginia 





1 


1 





Florida State 





3 








Totals 


1 


29 


4 


3 


Career 


Touchdown 


Cut 


Pancake 


Knockdown 


1993 


4 


11 


2 


5 


1994 


2 


19 


1 


7 


1995 


1 


29 


4 


3 


Totals 


7 


59 


7 


15 



Erik Greenstein is in his third year as the heart of the line. 



second career touchdown block 
came vs. Georgia Tech in the 
Terps' victory. ..Enjoyed four cut 
blocks and two knockdown blocks 
in the Terps' Homecoming victory 
over Tulane. ..His best night came 
with a career high nine cut blocks 
and two knockdown blocks vs. 
N.C. State. 

1993: A backup at left guard who 
performed 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 two games... Recorded three 
touchdown blocks on the season 
to rank among the team leaders... 
Top outing came vs. N.C. State as 
he had two touchdown blocks, 
four cut blocks, four knockdown 
blocks, and two pancake blocks... 
Also played well vs. Clemson with 
four cut blocks and vs. Duke with 
two cut blocks and a touchdown 
block... Very active vs. No. 1 
Florida State with one touchdown 
block, one cut block, and one 



knockdown block. 

1992: A redshirt year. 

At Andover: A highly recruited 
offensive lineman... A four-year 
letterwmner who started every 
game in his 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 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 seasons... Team captain 
and Most Valuable Player during 
his junior and senior seasons... 
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. ..The son 
of Hollis and Martin Greenstein. 



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Darryl Gilliam 

Offensive Tackle 
Jr* 6-5 321 

Washington, D.C. 
Major: Speech 
Communication 
High School: St. John's 

At Maryland: The starting left 
offensive tackle entering fall 
practice. ..Brings a wealth of 
experience to the line after 
starting most of 1995. ..Honorable 
Mention All-ACC. 

1995: Starter at left offensive 
tackle... An honorable mention to 
the AU-ACC team on the offensive 
line... Played entire game at 
Tulane... Registered one TD 
block... Contributed to victory over 
North Carolina with knockdown 
block... Voted Offensive Player of 
the Week and ACC Offensive 
Lineman of the Week for his West 



Virginia game. ..Best game by an 
offensive lineman since All 
America Steve Ingram in 
1994. ..Literally led Buddy Rodgers 
on his 54-yard TD run ..Recorded 
second TD block of year vs. Duke 
...Suffered injured left leg vs. 
Georgia Tech.. Sprained knee 
ligament kept him out at Wake 
Forest. ..Returned to a starting 
position vs. Clemson... Team high 
six cut blocks vs. N.C. State... 
Finished the season with good 
outings vs. Virginia and Florida 
State. 

1994: A redshirt year. 

1993: One of nine true freshmen 
to earn playing time on defense. 
He played in eight games and 
recorded seven tackles. ..Played for 
the first time as a backup vs. 
Virginia Tech and recorded one 
tackle... Played well agamst Penn 
State with one tackle for minus 
one yard. ..Strong outing vs. 
Georgia Tech with two tackles, 
one unassisted, one assisted. 

At St. John's: An All-America 
selection by Street & Smith and 
Tom Lemming's Super Prep 
Magazine following an 
outstanding senior year.. .A two- 
tune first team all-metropolitan 
selection by the Washington 
Post.. .First team all-metropolitan 
selection by the Washington D.C. 
Pigskin Club as a senior. 

Personal: Bom 2/1/75. ..The son of 
Dorothy Gilliam. 



Gilliam's Statistics 








1995 


Touchdown 


Cut 


Pancake Knockdown 


Tulane 


1 











North Carolina 











1 


West Virginia 





4 


2 


2 


Duke 


1 


1 








Georgia Tech 











1 


Clemson 





4 





1 


Louisville 








1 





N.C. State 





6 








Virginia 





4 








Florida State 





2 








Totals 


2 


21 


3 


5 




Darryl Gilliam (68) is the big man on the line. 



Maryland unveiled its football team 
last night and the ceremony was a 
howling success as the Terps, making 
their first start under Coach Paul 
(Bear) Bryant, pummeled the Guilford 
College Quakers, 60-6, before 7,000 
fans in Byrd Stadium. If 

Dick Wyatt, 

Washington Post, 
Sept. 29, 1945. 



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Jason Apolenis 

Safety 

So* 6-0 189 

Clarksburg, Md. 
Major: Criminal Justice 
High School: Damascus 

At Maryland: A local product 
who walked on to the Terrapin 
squad... Will provide depth at the 
safety position... Will be a major 
factor on special teams... 
Recognized as one of the most 
improved players during the 
spring... Has made great 
strides... Named to the Scholar 
Athlete Honor Roll. 

1995: Saw extensive action on 
special teams. ..Member of the 
travel squad. 

1994: A redshrrt year. 

High School: An All-Frederick 
Area selection at safety. ..Squad 
won back-to-back state titles his 
junior and senior years. ..Team 
was 12-1 both years. ..Also played 
basketball. ..Received the Andrew 
John Haba Memorial Scholarship 
given to an incoming football 
player who demonstrates 
excellence in sports and 
academics. 

Personal: Born 11/15/76.. .The son 
of Loretta and Richard 
Apolenis. ..The oldest of seven kids 
with number eight on the way in 
October. 






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Henry Baker 

Safety 

Jr 6-3 190 

Paterson, N.J. 
Major: Sociology 
High School: Eastside 



At Maryland: Should be a strong 
contributor... Will compete for a 
spot at safety... Missed much of 
the spring due to injury. 

1995: Played on special teams 
throughout the season... Also 
played in mckel defense 
situations... Had three tackles vs. 
Duke... Against Clemson had a 
sack and two special teams 
tackles... Deflected a pass against 
Louisville. 

1994: Saw action on special 
teams... Recorded first statistic of 
varsity career with an initial hit 
on special teams at Clemson... 
Had a tackle against North 
Carolina... Added three hits 
against Tulane. 

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... The son 
of Ruby and Henry Baker. 




Henry Baker could be a defensive traffic 


cop at safety. 


Baker's 


Statistics 








1995 


UT 


AT 


TT 


Sack 


TFL PD 


Duke 


2 


1 


3 






Wake Forest 












Clemson 


3 





3 


l(-7) 


l(-7) 


Louisville 













1 


Totals 


5 


1 


6 


K-7) 


1 (-7) 1 


Career 


UT 


AT 


TT 


Sack 


TFL PD 


1994 


5 





5 






1995 


5 


1 


6 


l(-7) 


1 (-7) 1 


Totals 


10 


1 


11 


K-7) 


1 (-7) 1 




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Eric Barton 

Linebacker 

So 6-3 235 

Alexandria, Va. 

Major: Letters and Sciences 

High School: Thomas 

Edison 

At Maryland: Expect big things 
from Eric... The only true 
freshman to play on last year's 
squad at any position on the 
field... Will contend for a starting 
role on a strong linebacker corps... 
A tough player with good 
instincts. 

1995: The only true freshman to 
play for Maryland during the 
season... Made debut in Wake 
Forest contest... Return to action 
the next game vs. Clemson with a 
personal best nine tackles... Also 
forced a Tiger fumble... Saw action 
against Louisville and Florida 
State... Recorded 4.5 tackles per 
game with 18 hits in just four 
contests. 

At Thomas Edison: Size and 
speed (4.65) are outstanding... 
Made 143 tackles, including 96 
solos as a senior... 17 of those 



Barton's Statistics 


1995 UT 


AT 


TT FF 


Wake Forest 3 


3 


6 


Clemson 4 


5 


9 1 


Louisville 1 





1 


Florida State 1 


1 


2 


Totals 9 


9 


18 1 



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tackles were for losses... .Also 
had three sacks and two 
mtenvptinns In his ]unioi 
season he had 139 solo tackles 
and also played fullback... All- 
Northern Virginia... Selected #10 
player in Virginia by Super Prep... 
.All-Mid-Atlantic area and » 1 1 
player in Virginia by Tom 
Lemming... All-America in 
National Recruiting Advisor... 
Blue Chip Illustrated All-Atlantic 
Coast Area. 

Personal: Born 9/29/77... The son 
of Christine and Thomas Barton. 




Eric Barton was the only true 
freshman to run onto the 
playing field a year ago. 




58 

Jason Brown 

Defensive End 

Jr* 6-1 225 

White Springs, Fla. 

Major: Art Studio 

High School: Hamilton 

County 

At Maryland: Expected to provide 
support to the position. ..Should 
return to the form he showed as a 
freshman. ..A talented pass 
rusher. ..Recovering from knee 
injury well ahead of schedule. ..Is 
persistent both on and off the 
field. ..Recognized as a Terrapin 
Toll Payer for hrs hard work in the 
offseason in the weight room. 

1995: Primarily saw action on 
special teams. 

1994: A redshirt year. 

1993: A true freshman who played 
backup at defensive end... 



Registered four tackles in three 
games: West Virginia, Virginia 
Tech and Wake Forest.. .Started 
against Virginia Tech, recording 
four unassisted tackles and his 
first career sack. ..Won the team 
Hammer Award for the best hit on 
special teams. ..Closed the season 
with his best game at Wake 
Forest with four unassisted 
tackles and a 12-yard sack. ..Played 
well against Clemson with one 
tackle behind the line of 
scrimmage. ..Two quarterback 
sacks were good for second most 
on the teams. ..His three tackles 
for lost yardage were among the 
team leaders 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, Fla., to a 9-2 record his 
senior and a 10-1 slate his junior 
year .Played in the postseason 
Peach Bowl II Ail-Star game 
following his senior season... Team 
won the annual Rotary Bowl his 
junior season. ..A three-year 
letterwinner in football and 
weightlrfting... Captained both 
teams his senior year. ..Qualified 
for the state championships in 
weightlifting his last three 
years... Won first place in the 
school's science fair in 1990 and 
finished second m 1992. ..Member 
of the academic honor roll. 

Personal: Bom 11/21/74.. .The son 
of Shirley and James Brown. 



Jason Brown 's 


Statistics 






Career 


UT 


AT 


TT 


Sacks 


TFL 


1993 


13 


3 


16 


2 (-18) 


3 (-19) 


1994 


DNP 










1995 















Totals 


13 


3 


16 


2 (-18) 


3 (-19) 



Chester Hanulak proved he is possibly the best break- 
away runner in the nation. II 

Coach Jim Tatum on Hanulak' s 79 yards rushing 

on five carries in the Terps' 38-0 victory 

over Ole Miss in 1953. 




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Tim Brown 

Tight End 

Jr 6-3 245 

Brentwood, N.Y. 

Major: Family Studies 

High School: Brentwood 

Nassau Community College 

At Maryland: Will compete for the 

starting spot. ..Brings in the most 
experience at tight end to the 
position. ..Had a good spring and 
made adjustments to his new 
team. ..Had great hands and good 
route runmng...A good blocker 
with lots of potential. 

At Nassau: A two-year starter for 
the top 10 ranked program. ..Led 
team to an 18-4 record and two 
bowl appearances in his 
seasons... Team captain as a 
sophomore. 

At Brentwood: A four-year 
letterwinner... Earned all-league 
honors. ..Suffered a broken hand 
his semor year... Also played 
basketball. 

Personal: Bom 10/14/75.. .The son 
of Bettie and Tommie Brown. 




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93 

Eric Calendine 

Defensive End 

Fr* 6-2 234 

Pittsford, N.Y. 

Major: Criminal Justice 

High School: Mendon 

At Maryland: Could fill a backup 
role with improved strength and 
speed. ..An intelligent player and 
good student. ..A pleasant surprise 
this spring... Started at tight end in 
the spring but returned to 
defensive end. 

1995: A redshirt year... Hampered 
with back injury and mono- 
nucleosis... Showed signs of 
promise. 

At Mendon: A four-year 
letterwmner in football with three 
letters in basketball... Captain of 
both the gridiron and court as a 
senior. ..Twice named first team 
all-county and all-star... Team MVP 
and Sportsmanship Award 
recipient in 1995. ..Most Valuable 
Defensive Player at the Eddie 
Meath All-Star Game. 

Personal: Born 10/24/76. ..The son 
of Debbie and Roger Calendine... 
Mother Debbie ran track at Ohio 
University. ..Brother Mike played 
lacrosse at Rochester Institute of 
Technology. 




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Mario Chavez 

Fullback 

Sr* 6-0 246 

North Miami Beach, Fla. 

Major: Marketing 

High School: Monsignor 

Pace 

At Maryland: Expected to be a 
big contributor at the fullback 
spot.. Versatile player who moved 
from linebacker to defensive end 
to fullback last season... Made a 
good transition to the fullback 
role... Physically tough... Terrific 
competitor. 

1995: Played in all 11 games as a 
backup on defense and at 
fullback... Recorded three tackles 



Chavez's Statistics 






1994 


UT 


AT 


TT 


PD 


Wake Forest 













Clemson 


1 





1 




North Carolma 










Georgia Tech 


1 





1 


1 


Tulane 


1 


1 


2 




N.C. State 


1 





1 




Virginia 













Syracuse 













Totals 


4 


1 


5 


1 


1995 


UT 


AT 


TT 


Sack TFL 


Clemson 


1 


2 


3 




Louisville 


1 


2 


3 


1 (-5) 1 (-5) 


N.C. State 













Virginia 


1 





1 




Florida State 


Played Fullback only 


1 reception (12 yds) 


Totals 


3 


4 


7 


1 (-5) 1 (-5) 


Career UT AT 


TT 


Sack 


TFL PD Rec. 


1994 4 


1 


5 




1 


1995 3 


4 


7 


l(-5) 


1 (-5) 1 (12) 


Totals 7 


5 


12 


K-5) 


1 (-5) 1 1 (12) 



vs. Clemson and again at 
Louisville... Tallied first career sack 
with a five-yard grab against the 
Cardinals... Moved to fullback 
against N.C. State. ..Had a tackle 
vs. Virginia... Played offense only 
against Florida State with a 12- 
yard reception. 

1994: Saw his first action against 
Wake Forest and recorded first 
tackle at Clemson... Quickness 
showed in backup role agamst 
Georgia Tech, deflecting his first 
career pass. ..Recorded two tackles 




Mario Chavez (45) was in the middle of everything in 1995 as 
defensive lineman and fullback. 



agamst Tulane. 

1993: Saw limited action at 
linebacker. 

1992: A redshirt year. 

At Monsignor Pace: The Miami 
Herald's Player of the Year for 
Dade County... A three-year 
letterman m football and 
wrestling. ..Captained both 
teams. ..Second team all-state as a 
senior and third team as a 
junior... A two-time first team All- 
Dade County. ..Led team in tackles 
and was smgled out as most 
responsible m leadmg Pace (9-2) 
to the district and regional 
championships. ..Wrestled three 
years in the 189-pound class, 
winning the mdividual title of the 
district all three years. ..Listed in 
Who's Who Among High School 
Students... A teammate of 
Maryland's Farad Hall. 

Personal: Born 11/2/73. ..The son 
of Dale Ann Stewart and Mario 
Chavez.. .His father is a 1978 
Fordham graduate where he 
earned All-ECAC honors while 
playing offensive guard. ..His 
uncle, Loz, a 1985 linebacker 
graduate of Iona College, played 
with the New England Patriots 
(1986) and the Miami Dolphins 
(1987). 



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Delbert Cowsette 

Defensive Tackle 

Fr* 6-1 265 

Cleveland, Ohio 

Major: Letters and Sciences 

High School: Central 

Catholic 

At Maryland: Will see action and 
compete for a starting 
spot... Prospects bright as he adds 
maturity and experience... Had an 
outstanding spring.. .Blends 
quickness and athletic ability. 

1995: A redshirt year. ..Almost 
saw playing time... Practiced in 
short-yardage and goal-line 
situations. 

At Central Catholic: All-state and 
All-Midwest Area selection... 
Played linebacker... Quickness and 
speed allowed him to be tried at 
end and nose guard. ..Had 52 
tackles as a senior, including eight 
sacks. ..Caused five fumbles... Four 
year wrestling team 
letterman... District heavyweight 
champion. ..First student athlete 
from Ohio to be signed by Coach 
Duffner...Good student. 

Personal: Born 9/3/77.. .The son of 
Sable Chandler. 




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Clifton Crosby 

Wide Receiver 

So* 5-10 164 

Erie, Pa. 

Major: Family Studies 

High School: East 

At Maryland: Moved to running 
back from defensive back m the 
spring because of his outstanding 
athletic ability and speed... Will 
have the chance to prove himself 
and vie for playmg time. 

1995: Saw action as a reserve in 



the defensive secondary and on 
special teams. 

1994: A redshirt year. 

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 Lemming's 
Super Prep 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 scormg champion- 
ships... Was a two-time all-metro 
selection and scored over 1,000 
career points m basketball... Was 
all-metro in three track events — 
the 100, 200, and long jump. 

Personal: Bom 9/17/74.. .The son 
of Peggy Sparks. 





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Troy Davidson 

Wide Receiver 
Fr* 5-11 180 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Major: Psychology 
High School: Schenley 

At Maryland: Should compete for 
playmg time this season.. .Had a 
productive spring. ..Has done a 
great job of learning the 
system ...Has excellent speed and 
catches well. 

1995: A redshirt year. 

At Schenley: Made the all-city 
team and the Pittsburgh Courier's 
All-Academic team... All- Western 
Pennsylvania... All-East selection 
by Blue Chip Illustrated... Played 
running back and defensive 
back.. .He rushed for 1100 yards 
and had 500 receiving 
yards. ..Returned kicks for two 
touchdowns... Played safety and 
comerback on defense. ..Excellent 
sprinter who finished second in 
the city in the 100 
meters. ..Anchored state 4 x 100 
meter champions. 

Personal: Bom 10/8/76... The son 
of Blanche Sewell. 




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Darnell Eatmon 

Running Back 

Fr* 5-11 190 

Seabrook, Md. 

Major: Letters and Sciences 

High School: Laurel 

At Maryland: A highly regarded 
prospect who could step in to earn 
playing time at running back in 
the newly focused Terp rushing 
program. 

At Laurel: Top running back 
prospect in the state... Super Prep 
ranked him among nation's best... 
National Recruiting Advisor and 
Tom Lemming rated him #2 player 
In state... Named all-region and all- 
state by the Baltimore Sun... 
Rushed for 1,258 yards and 13 TDs 
last season. ..Rushed for over 1,000 
yards as a junior— broke the all- 
time career rushing record at 
Laurel. ..Three year track and field 
letterman. 

Personal: Born 9/16/76. Darnell is 
the son of Mary and Charles 
Eatmon. His high school is located 
up the street from College Park. 






30 

Russell Edwards 

Punter 

So* 5-11 197 

Alexandria, Va. 

Major: Computer Science 

High School: Edison 

At Maryland: A walk-on punter 
who stepped into action last 
season. ..Competing for the 
starting spot after a good spring 
outing... Should springboard from 
the experience last season. 

1995: The starting punter in the 
first four games of the 
season... Handled punting chores 
at Tulane in his first collegiate 
action with only a bad snap 



spoiling the evening... Faultless 
against North Carolina including 
booting a high 48-yard punt from 
his own end zone. ..Named the 
regular punter before West 
Virginia, responding with his best 
game, averaging 42.3 yards on 
seven punts in the rain... Booted a 
58-yard punt against the 
Mountaineers, the longest by a 
Terrapin on the season. ..Had three 
punts against Duke. ..Returned the 
punting duties to Milanovich for 
the remainder of the season. 

1994: A redshirt year. 

At Edison: Played three years of 
football with both punting and 
kicking duties... Second team all- 
region as a punter... Also played 
four years of soccer and was team 
captain. ..Named first team all- 
region. ..Participated in basketball 
as well. ..Earned honorable 
mention at state science fair. 

Personal: Bom 3/6/76. ..The son of 
Gail and Steve Edwards. 



Edwards's Statistics 


1995 Att 


Yds Avg. Long 


Tulane 6 


188 31.3 47 


North Carolina 6 


208 34.7 48 


West Virginia 7 


296 42.3 58 


Duke 3 


77 25.7 28 


Totals 22 


769 35.0 58 




Russell Edwards handled his punting duties flawlessly as the 
first team punter to start 1995. 




5 

Trey Evans 

Quarterback 

Fr* 6-2 180 

Austin, Tex. 

Major: Letters and Sciences 

High School: Round Rock 

At Maryland: Will vie for the 
backup quarterback position... A 
quick learner who shows poise 
and confidence on the field. 

1995: A redshirt year. ..Was 
prepared to step in if needed early 
in the season... Did practice with 
the first offense prior to the North 
Carolina game. 

At Round Rock: Was a first team 
all-distnct and All-Metropolitan 
Austin selection his senior 
season... Passed for 1,699 yards, 15 
touchdowns, and was mtercepted 
only eight times as he led Round 
Rock to the 4A-5A District 
Championship his senior 
season... District 4A-5A is 
composed of the largest high 
schools in the state of Texas. ..In 
the championship game, he 
completed 16 of 22 passes (72.7%) 
for 208 yards and two 
touchdowns. ..Connected his first 
nine passes of the district 
championship game.. .Completed 58 
percent of his passes on the 
season.. Has been described as a 
combination type quarterback who 
has great mobility and tremendous 
arm strength... Became a starter 
halfway through his junior season 
and started every game for the 
remainder of his prep career.. .Has a 
great arm and is very intelligent. 

Personal: Born 3/9/77... The son of 
Clara Franklin. 



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John Feugill 

Offensive Tackle 
So* 6-7 290 

Methuen, Mass. 
Major: Criminal Justice 
High School: Methuen 

At Maryland: Among the starters 
on the line... Has the experience to 
put him into that role... Moved 
steadily up the depth chart over 
the last two years. ..Has the size, 
strength and ability to be a strong 
contributor during the upcoming 
season. 



1995: Started at Tulane at right 
tackle. ..Played tackle and tight 
end vs. North Carolina. ..Replaced 
an injured Gilliam at Geoifii.i 
Tech and played most of second 
half... Played entire Wake Forest 
game. ..Used on Black Thunder 
offense as tight end. ..Inserted 
early and often in N.C. State 
game as a tight end. ..Efforts 
helped break offense out of 
running slump and propel team to 
key victory. ..Saw action against 
both Virginia and Florida State as 
a backup. 

1994: A redshirt year. 

At Methuen: An All-East 
selection by both Max Emfinger's 
Recruiting Almanac and Tom 
Lemming's Super Prep 
Magazine. ..Rated among the Top- 
20 offensive lineman by Super 
Prep.. .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 percent for 
his senior season. 

Personal: Born 12/20/75.. .The son 
of Joanne Fmnegan. 




60 

Craig Fitzgerald 

Center 

Sr* 6-3 283 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

Major: Government and 

Politics 

High School: La Salle College 

At Maryland: Moving from 
defensive line to the backup 
center position... Will play a strong 
role and provide flexibility to the 
line.. .A walk-on member of Mark 
Duffner's first recruiting class...A 
Terrapin Toll Payer — given to 
those who work the hardest in the 
weight room during the 



offseason. A member of the 
Maryland Football 3.0 Club. 

1995: A backup on the defensive 

1994: Has risen up the depth 
ladder through linebacker, 
running back and now 
tackle... Played at Duke and 
against Florida State after two 
years of not playing a 
minute... Valuable resource early in 
season in wake of unexpected 
ineligibilities. 

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 
LaSalle 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: Born 9/15/72. ..The son 
of Carol and James 
Fitzgerald... Brother Jamie was a 
member of Duke's 1991 ACC 
Championship tennis team. 




Feugill's Statistics 








1995 


Touchdown 


Cut 


Pancake 


Knockdown 


Tulane 


1 











North Carolina 


1 











West Virginia 














Duke 














Georgia Tech 





1 





1 


Wake Forest 





2 








N.C. State 














Virginia 














Totals 


2 


3 





1 



Joiin Feugill was a huge tight end last year; this year his size 
is at tackle. 



1923: Johnny "Boots" Groves kicked 
the field goal that beat Pennsylvania, 
and brought Maryland its first national 
football notoriety. 



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29 

Ryan Gick 

Linebacker 

Jr* 5-11 194 

Waldorf, Md. 

Major: Physical Education 

High School: McDonough 

At Maryland: A walk-on who 
plays hard. ..Had a good spring. ..Is 



small but makes up for it with his 
intelligence for the game and 
instinct.. .A 'student of the game' 
and heady player... Honored as a 
Terrapin Toll Payer for his hard 
work in the weight room during 
the offseason. 

1995: A reserve behind a talented 
linebacker corps. 

At McDonough: Played both 
quarterback and defensive 
back... Was a three-year starter at 
quarterback, losing only four 
games in that spot.. .Led squad to 
trips to the state championship 
game as a sophomore and 
junior.. .Won the title at Byrd 
Stadium his sophomore 
season. .An all-conference and all- 
county honoree... Member of 
Fellowship of Christian 
Athletes. ..Also ran track. 

Personal: Born 7/19/74. ..The son 
of Karen and Bob Gick. 





31 

Darryl Giles 

Defensive Back 

Jr* 5-11 180 

Suitland, Md. 

Major: Biological Sciences 

High School: Suitland 

At Maryland: Moved to safety in 

the spring... Will fortify the safety 

position... Should be a major 

contributor on 

special teams as 

well... One of the 

strongest players 

pound-for-pound on 

the squad. ..One of 

the most improved 

players on the 

squad. ..Great work 

ethic and attitude... 

Recognized for his 

hard work in the 

weight room as a 

Terrapin Toll Payer. 

1995: A standout on 
special teams... 
Played in the 
secondary at Florida 
State... Competed in 
all 11 games... 
Finished the season 
with seven tackles. 

1994: Played on 
special teams 
throughout the 
season. ..Recorded a 
solo tackle against 
Wake Forest. 

1993: A redshirt 
year. 



Giles's Statistics 




1995 


UT 


AT 


TT 


Tulane 


1 





1 


North Carolina 











West Virginia 


1 


1 


2 


Duke 





1 


1 


Georgia Tech 











Wake Forest 











Clemson 











Louisville 











N.C. State 


1 





1 


Virginia 


1 





1 


Florida State 


1 





1 


Totals 


5 


2 


7 


Career 


UT 


AT 


TT 


1994 


1 





1 


1995 


5 


2 


7 


Totals 


6 


2 


8 



At Suitland: Two-sport lettermen, 
playing football and wrestling... 
Was PG County Champ in 
wrestling in 1991-92. ..Earned 
academic honors throughout high 
school.. .President of Usher 
Board... Received award for 
excellence in Life Science... Played 
against Maryland's Jermame 
Lewis and Mancel Johnson. 

Personal: Born 5/3/75. ..The son of 
Carla and Darryl Giles, Sr. 




Ryan Gick effectively stepped in against Carolina 



Darryl Giles is a student of the game. 



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24 

Lamont Gore 

Safety 

Sr 6-1 212 

Lanham, Md. 

Major: Criminal Justice 

High School: DeMatha 

At Maryland: Returns as a 
projected starter at safety this 
season. ..One of few Terrapins to 
have started in each of his four 
years. ..Has the tools to be 
outstanding. ..Big expectations 
with good experience under his 
belt.. .An impact player on 
defense... Coordinates adjustments 
to changing offenses well. 

1995: Eighth on the squad in 
tackles (49)... Starter most of the 
season. ..Recovered a fumble and 
had an interception in season 
opener at Tulane... Deflected two 
passes and had six tackles against 
North Carolina. ..Also had six 
tackles vs. Georgia Tech, 
Louisville and Virginia... Had the 
Terrapins' Hit of the Week' 
agamst Wake Forest. ..Had a great 
game against Florida 
State... Sacked the Seminole 
quarterback for five yards and 
forced a fumble, both career firsts. 

1994: Played an active role as a 
backup defensive back. ..Tied with 
Wade Inge for mterceptions on the 
season with three. ..Earned Co- 
Defensive Player of the Week 
honors for Georgia Tech game with 
nine tackles, one for a loss of four 
yards, and an 18-yard interception 
return. .Had six hits against N.C. 
State... Intercepted a pass in each 
of the last two games. 



Lamont Gore has not sat 
much in his three seasons on 
defense. 



1993: Second on the team m 
tackles (89) behind classmate, 
Ratcliff Thomas... Recorded 63 
solo hits and 26 assists. ..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 
the veteran. ..Started fourth game 
of the year and remained 
there... Led team in tackles vs. 
Penn State (14 tackles) and 
Georgia Tech (9 hits). ..Tied for 
team lead vs. Duke (13 
hits). ..Sidelined against N.C. State 
with a sore back... Returned for 
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 honor.. .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 carries and scored 
three touchdowns... On defense, 
tallied 17 solo tackles and split 
time at free safety. 

Personal: Bom 10/29/72.. The son 
of Pamalyn Gore. 





Gore's Statistics 














1993 


UT 


AT 


TT 












Virginia 


2 


2 


4 












North Carolina 


2 





2 












West Virginia 


6 


1 


7 












Virginia Tech 


5 


4 


9 












Penn State 


11 


3 


14 












Georgia Tech 


8 


1 


9 












Duke 


10 


3 


13 












Clemson 


7 


5 


12 












Florida State 


7 


2 


9 












Wake Forest 


5 


5 


10 












Totals 


63 


26 


89 












1994 


UT 


AT 


TT 


Sack 


TFL 


Int. FF 


FR 


PD 


Duke 


1 





1 












Florida State 


3 





3 












West Virginia 


3 


1 


4 












Wake Forest 


3 


3 


6 








1 


1 


Clemson 





1 


1 












North Carolina 





















Georgia Tech 


7 


2 


9 




l(-4) 


1(18) 






Tulane 


1 


1 


2 












N.C. State 


5 


1 


6 












Virginia 





1 


1 






1 






Syracuse 















1 






Totals 


23 


10 


33 




K-4) 


3(18) 


1 


1 


1995 


UT 


AT 


TT 


Sack 


TFL 


Int. FF 


FR 


PD 


Tulane 


1 


3 


4 






1 


1 




North Carolina 


3 


3 


6 










2 


West Virginia 


1 


3 


4 










1 


Duke 


2 


4 


6 










1 


Georgia Tech 


3 


3 


6 












Wake Forest 


1 





1 










1 


Clemson 





1 


1 












Louisville 


1 


5 


6 












N.C. State 


2 


2 


4 










1 


Virginia 


3 


3 


6 












Flonda State 


4 


1 


5 


l(-5) 


K-5) 


1 






Totals 


21 


28 


49 


K-5) 


K-5) 


1 1 


1 


6 


Career 


UT 


AT 


TT 


Sack 


TFL 


Int. FF 


FR 


PD 


1993 


63 


26 


89 












1994 


23 


10 


33 




K-4) 


3(18) 


1 


1 


1995 


21 


28 


49 


l(-5) 


K-5) 


1 1 


1 


6 


Totals 


107 


64 


171 


K-5) 


2 (-9) 


4(18) 1 


2 


7 



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22 

Ernest Grier 

Corner Back 
Sr 6-0 200 

Absegami, N.J. 
Major: Family Studies 
Junior College: Hudson 
Valley Junior College 

At Maryland: Moved back to the 
secondary after a stint at running 
back in the spring. ..Will provide 
depth to the comers... Shows signs 
of becoming a major contributor if 
he can remain healthy... Hampered 
with injuries throughout his 
career. 

1995: A special teams contributor. 

At Hudson Valley: A junior 
college All-America who had 16 
interceptions in his two 
years... Named All-America by the 
Junior College Gridwire and Blue 
Chip Magazine. ..Led the nation 
with nine interceptions as a 
freshman... A stellar all-around 
defender with 68 tackles, four 
blocked kicks and three 
touchdowns on interception 
returns his sophomore year. 

Personal: Born on 9/4/74. ..The son 
of Josie Grier. 




64 
Farad Hall 

Offensive Lineman 
Sr* 6-1 267 

Carol City, Fla. 
Major: Criminal Justice 
High School: Monsignor 
Pace 

At Maryland: Should see action at 
the offensive guard position... 
Could also add depth at center... 
With added quickness can be a 
power on the line. 

1995: A backup at offensive 
guard... Took some snaps at center 



during the year... Made a smooth 
transition from defense. 

1994: Saw limited action as a 
reserve defensive lineman. 

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

At Monsignor Pace: A third team 
all-state pick and a first team all- 
distnct 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 — 
three letters m football, one in 
wrestling and one in track and 
field... Won the district wrestling 
championship as a heavyweight in 
1991. ..An honor roll student. 

Personal: Born 9/11/74.. .The son 
of Mary and Bill Hall. 





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Aaron Henne 

Offensive Lineman 
Sr* 6-5 299 

Allison Park, Pa. 
Major: Criminal Justice 
High School: Shaler Area 

At Maryland: Brings a wealth of 
experience from last season... Has 
developed well after moving over 
from defense. ..Will add to the 
productivity of the line... A strong 
player. 

1995: Starter at right guard 
throughout the season... Recorded 



Henne's Defensive Statistics 










1994 


UT 




AT 




TT 


TFL 


Hurry 


Duke 


2 




3 




5 






Florida State. 







2 




2 






W.Va. 



















Wake Forest 


2 




1 




3 




1 


Clemson 


4 




2 




6 


1(-1) 




North Carolina 


2 









2 






Georgia Tech 


1 




2 




3 






Tulane 


1 









1 




1 


NCSt. 



















VA 


5 




4 




9 






Syracuse 



















Totals 


17 




14 




31 


1(1) 


2 


Career 


UT 




AT 




TT 


TFL 


PD Hurry 


1993 


10 




10 




20 




1 


1994 


17 




14 




31 


l(-l) 


2 


Totals 


27 




24 




51 


K-l) 


2 


Henne's Offensive Statistics 










1995 


Touchdown 




Cu 




Pancake 


Knockdown 


Tulane 




















North Carolina 

















1 


West Virginia 









2 










Duke 




















Georgia Tech 




















Wake Forest 




















Clemson 









3 










Louisville 









3 










N.C. State 














1 





Virginia 









1 










Florida State 




















Totals 









9 




1 


1 



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a knockdown block vs. North 
Carolina. ..Posted two cut blocks 
on West Virginia. ..Enjoyed three 
cut blocks against both Clemson 
and Louisville. Had a pancake 
block at N.C. State.. .Had a cut 
block vs. Virginia. 

1994: Getting stronger with 
maturity... A future fixture who 
shared time as a starter and as a 
backup while playing in every 
game... Tied career high of five 
tackles in Durham. ..Recorded his 
first tackle for loss at Clemson and 
a then best six tackles in a non- 
starting outing in Death 
Valley... Had a career-high nine 
tackles at Virginia. 

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

1992: A redshirt season. 

At Shaler Area: A Pittsburgh Post- 
Gazette selection to their 
"Fabulous 22" team his senior 
season... A first team Pittsburgh 
Press North Ail-Star 
choice. ..Played in the "Big 33" AU- 
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 wrestling 
team, he had a career record of 40- 
26 with 26 pins. ..As a senior, he 
captured the WPIAL Section n 
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 junior season. 

Personal: Bom 3/24/74.. .The son 
of Linda and Leo Henne... Father 
Leo played semi-pro football for 
the Pittsburgh Ironmen and 
Wolfpack. 




51 

Rhett Hesprich 

Linebacker 

Jr* 6-0 226 

Snellville, Ga. 

Major: Fire Protection 

Engineering 

High School: Brookwood 

At Maryland: Will backup All- 
ACC candidate Ratcliff 
Thomas... Shoulder injury has 
hampered his progress... An 
intelligent player with keen 
instinct. 

1995: Saw action in a backup role 
and on special teams... Best 
performance was Florida State 
with six tackles. 



1994: Did not see playing 
time. ..Gained important practice 
experience. 

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 
Champions in 1991. 

Personal: Born 12/9/74... The son 
of Linda and Rick Hesprich. 



Hesprich 's 


Statistics 


1995 


UT 


AT 


TT 


Florida State 


3 


3 


6 


Totals 


3 


3 


6 





81 

Josh Hough 

Tight End 

Jr* 6-5 250 

Waynesboro, Pa. 

Major: Art Studio 

High School: Waynesboro 

Area 

At Maryland: Competing for the 
starting spot after an outstanding 
spring.. .Has proven himself as a 
good blocker. .Moved to tight end 
this season after coming in as a 
defensive lineman... Good speed for 
his size. ..One of the most improved 
players during the spring. 

1995: A redshirt year. 

At Valley Forge: A top pass 
rushing defensive end who 
recorded 20.5 sacks in 18 games at 
Valley Forge Military 
Academy. ..Graduated from Valley 
Forge after two years and earned 
his Associates Degree. .Can also 
play on the offensive line as he did 
during the final three games of his 
career at Valley Forge. ..Was a first 
team all-league selection in the 
Blue Mountain League on both the 
offensive and defensive line in 
1991. his junior season at 
Waynesboro Area.. .Was a first 
team All-Harrisburg Area selection 
on the defensive line as a 
senior... Was a captain of the 
Pennsylvania team in the annual 
"Big 33" AU-Star game.. .Was a first 
team All-Mid Pennsylvania 
selection as a senior.. .Also excelled 
academically at Valley Forge, 
earning a 3.0 grade point average. 

Personal: Bom 7/15/75.. .The son 
of William and Karen Hough. 



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48 

Jomo Huggins 

Defensive End 

Fr* 6-3 220 

Uniondale, N.Y. 

Major: Kinesiological 

Sciences 

High School: Holy Trinity 

At Maryland: A converted 
linebacker... Has the promise to be 
outstanding.. .A diligent 
worker... Will contend for playing 
time with experience in summer 
and preseason. ..Will contribute 
greatly on special teams. 

1995: A redshirt year. 

At Holy Trinity: An All-America 



selection by Blue Chip Illustrated 
as one of the top high school 
linebacker prospects in the 
nation. ..Rated as the No. 8 
linebacker prospect in the eastern 
region by BCL.Was ranked as the 
No. 3 player in New York by Super 
Prep Magazine. ..Was an All-East 
selection by Tom Lemming and 
the National Recruiting 
Advisor.. .Was a first team All- 
State and All-Long Island selection 
both his junior and senior 
years... A two-time All-Catholic 
league selection... First team All- 
Long Island by Newsday and first 
team All-New York City by the 
Daily News. ..Recorded 110 
tackles, 18 for lost yardage and 
four quarterback sacks his senior 
season. ..Also caused three 
fumbles and had two 
interceptions. ..Team captain his 
senior season. ..Runs 
extraordinarily well for a player 
his size. ..Can play either inside or 
outside lmebacker at 
Maryland... His size and 
athleticism helps make Maryland's 
recruited crop of linebackers one 
of the best in the nation. 

Personal: Bom 2/3/77.. .The son of 
Desmond and Veronica 
Huggins... An Eagle Scout, the 
highest award presented by the 
nation's largest scouting 
organization. 




36 

Paul Jackson 

Corner Back 

So* 6-0 177 

Clinton, Md. 

Major: Family Studies 

High School: Bishop 

McNamara 

At Maryland: One of the most 
improved defensive players... A 
versatile player who can backup 
all positions in the secondary... 
Will primarily support Andreal 
Johnson and Chad Scott on the 
corners. ..An intelligent player and 
great m one-on-one cover 
situations. 

1995: A key to nickel defense and 




Jackson's Statistics 




1995 


UT 


AT 


TT 


Tulane 





1 


1 


North Carolina 











West Virginia 


1 


1 


2 


Duke 











Georgia Tech 











Wake Forest 


1 





1 


Clemson 











Louisville 


2 





2 


N.C. State 











Virginia 











Totals 


4 


2 


6 



dime defense at the comer 
position... Special teams tackle vs. 
Wake Forest... Filled in at 
Louisville with two tackles and 
again at N.C. State. ..Led first 
quarter charge vs. Virginia with a 
kickoff recovery on special 
teams. ..Saw action in eight 
contests as a backup in the 
secondary. 

1994: A redshirt year. 

At Bishop McNamara: Named All- 
Atlantic Coast by Tom Lemming's 
Super Prep Magazine.. .Tabbed 
among the top 100 players by 
Super Prep... Named by Max 
Emfinger's Recruiting Almanac as 
All-ACC area.. .Selected All- 
Metropolitan by the Washington 
Post. ..All-county by the Prince 
George's Journal... Runner-up for 
Defensive Player of the Year by 
the P.G. Journal. ..Considered to be 
among the best two-way players 
m the county... A first team all- 
league selection at both running 
back and defensive back... Was 
also a standout running back and 
wide receiver. ..Among the area's 
most talented return 
specialists.. Very physical 
performer on defense. 

Personal: Born 4/14/76.. .The son 
of Pen and Larry Jackson. 



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19 

Bruce lames 

Wide Receiver 

So* 5-8 160 

Guetna, La. 

Major: Criminal Justice 

High School: Archbishop 

Shaw 

At Maryland: Will compete for 
extended playing time at the wide 
receiver position. ..Was second on 
the team m yards per reception 
and sixth on the team in 
receptions and as a redshirt 
freshman in 1995. ..Has excellent 
speed and runs precise 
routes... Also has superb footwork 
and possesses soft hands. 

1995: Finished second on the 
team in yards-per-reception (13.8), 
and sixth on the team in total 
receptions (16). ..Played in 10 of 
the Terps 11 games... Career-high 
four receptions came vs. Duke and 
West Virginia. ..Was a starter in 
Maryland's victory over Duke and 
caught four passes for a career- 
high 67 yards... His first career 



touchdown came vs. the Blue 
Devils on a 48-yard pass and run 
play. ..The 48-yard play was the 
second longest pass for a 
touchdown during the 
season. ..Averaged a season high 
16.8 yards per reception vs. 
Duke. ..Caught four passes for 52 
yards m his first career game vs. 
West Virginia ...Caught his first 
career pass vs. the Mountaineers 
from Brian Cummings gaining 11 
yards. .Caught one pass for 13 
yards during Maryland's game vs. 
Georgia Tech. ..Solid effort vs. 
Louisville with three catches for 
40 yards. ..Played tailback vs. 
Virginia and had six yards rushing 
on one attempt... Caught two 
passes vs. Florida State for 28 
yards and a 14.0 yards-per- 
reception average. ..Averaged in 
double figures in reception yards 
in six of his 10 games played... 

1994: A redshirt year. 

At Archbishop Shaw: An 
Honorable Mention all-state, first 
team all-district and All- 
Metropolitan honoree as both a 
junior and senior. ..The school's 
leading all-time rusher who played 
in 36 consecutive varsity 
games. ..Was a three-year 
starter... Rushed for a school record 
47 touchdowns. ..A running back 
who has good hands, he had 
nearly 20 pass receptions as a 
running back as a senior.. .An All- 
Metropolitan selection in 
track.. .His speed (4.54 40) will 
allow him to be used as a quick 
slot receiver. ..A three-time letter 
wmner in football and two-time 
letter winner in track. 

Personal: Born 2/23/75.. .The son 
of Judith and Bruce James. 



James's Statistics 








Receiving 










1995 


Receptions 


Yards 


TD 


Long 


West Virginia 


4 


52 





28 


Duke 


4 


67 


1 


48 


Georgia Tech 


1 


13 





13 


Louisville 


3 


40 





24 


N.C. State 


1 


15 





15 


Virginia 


1 


6 





6 


Florida State 


2 


28 





26 


Totals 


16 


221 


1 


48 


Rushing 










1995 


Rushes 


Yards 


TD 


Long 


Virginia 


! 


6 





6 


Totals 


6 





6 




98 

Anthony Jenkins 

Defensive Tackle 
Sr 6-2 255 

Winston-Salem, N.C. 
Major: Criminal Justice 
High School: West Forsyth 
Butler Community College 

At Maryland: Second team 
defensive tackle behind Tim 
Watson at the beginning of fall 
drills who has the ability to 
compete for starting 
assignments ...Has made a 
tremendous adjustment to the 
defensive tackle position after 
spending his collegiate career on 
the offensive line. ..The coaching 
staff moved him to the defensive 
line for added depth and 
competition at the position... Has 
excellent quickness, is a very good 
athlete and has the knack for 
making big plays. 




1995: Played in 10 games and 
recorded 17 tackles... Enjoyed a 
solid outing vs. North Carolina 
with five total tackles and one 
tackle for minus yardage. ..Also 
credited with a career-high two 
hurries of the quarterback in the 
victory over the Tar Heels. ..Career 
high three initial hits vs. the Tar 
Heels... Two total tackles in back- 
to-back-to-back games vs. West 
Virginia, Duke and Georgia Tech 
midway through the season. ..Also 
two tackles vs. N.C. State as the 
Terps won in Raleigh... His 
experience added maturity to a 
young defensive line. 

At Butler: A junior college All- 
America his second season by 
Blue Chip Illustrated... First team 
All-Jayhawk Conference his first 
season... A two-year starter and 
team captam his second 
season.. .Recorded 42 initial hits 
and 22 assisted tackles for 69 total 
tackles despite missing three 
games his second season... Also 
had seven tackles for minus 
yardage, two pass deflections and 
two fumble recoveries... Returned 
one of those recovered fumbles 40 
yards for a touchdown. ..Earned 
his Associates degree.. .Butler was 
the same junior college as former 
Terp running back Ricky Johnson. 

At West Forsyth: All-State and 
All-Conference defensive lineman 
his junior and semor seasons. ..Led 
West Forsyth to four consecutive 
city and county championships 
durmg his four years on the 
varsity.. .Team 
finished with a 74- 
2-4 record durmg 
his career, a 
winning 
percentage of 
better than 93 
percent... Team 
captam his senior 
season. ..Also 
earned three 
varsity letters in 
baseball. 

Personal: Bom 
4/27/74... The son 
of Mary Crowell. 



Bruce James (19) is a favorite Cummings 
target. 



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13 

Derrick Johnson 

Safety 

Fr* 6-3 206 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Major: General Business 

High School: Penn Hills 

At Maryland: Begins preseason 
practice listed as a second team 
safety behind Andre Hentz...Is a 
promising young player who has 
excellent size and speed... Can 
contribute on the playing field at 
both safety and 
cornerback... Considered by the 
coaches as an outstanding 
prospect who will compete for 
honors during his career at 
Maryland... Will also see extended 
playing time on special teams.. A 
very tough player who hits hard. 

1995: A redshirt year. 

At Penn Hills: A ferocious 
linebacker in high school he had 
over 100 tackles in each of his 
junior and senior seasons. ..Played 
both linebacker and fullback and 
was successful at playing both 
positions because of his size and 
speed.. An All-Western 
Pennsylvania selection in track 
and field and football with a top 
time of 10.6 in the 100 meter dash. 

Personal: Born 4/1/78. The son of 
Minarva and Arnold Johnson. 




6 

Mancel Johnson 

Wide Receiver 

Sr 6-1 178 

Lanham, Md. 

Major: Criminology and 

Criminal Justice 

High School: Eleanor 

Roosevelt 

At Maryland: Begins his senior 
season tied for eighth all-time at 
Maryland with nine touchdown 
receptions. Among the Terps' 
fastest receivers, he will compete 
for a great deal of playing time.. .a 
very experienced player who has 
been among Maryland's top 
receivers in each of the last three 
years. ..Has averaged 27 catches 
and 350 yards in each of his first 
three seasons and will soon 
become a member of the Terps' 
top- 10 list in career receptions... 
Enters his senior season with 81 
career receptions and should 
become one of only nine receivers 
in school history with 100 or more 
career receptions.. Also averages 
nearly 13 yards per reception to 
rank among the top all-time Terp 
receivers... One of the strongest 
receivers who has worked hard to 
improve on the field and in the 
classroom... A good blocker who 
also runs good routes. 

1995: Ranked third on the team in 
pass receptions, (30), receiving 
yards, (359), and yards per 
reception, (12.0). ..Marked the 
second time during his career that 
he had caught 30 or more passes 
in a single season. ..Started all 11 
games... Tied his career high with 
seven receptions and two 



touchdowns vs. Wake Forest... 
Also had seven receptions vs. the 
Demon Deacons his junior 
season... Gamed his season high of 
84 yards in the Terps 9-6 victory 
over Wake... Averaged 41.0 yards 
per reception vs. North Carolina 
with two catches for 82 yards and 
two touchdowns. ..First scored vs. 
the Tar Heels ignited the team 
during a comeback, the last to seal 
the Maryland victory. ..Caught four 
passes vs. Tulane in the season 
opener. ..Went over 1,000 career 
receiving yards with three catches 
for 36 yards vs. Louisville. ..Steady 
vs. Virginia and Florida State with 



two catches in each game. 

1994: Finished third on the team 
with 33 catches for 353 yards, a 
10.7 yards per catch 
average. .Averaged 32.1 yards per 
game and three 
touchdowns. ..Started all 11 
games... Caught seven passes for 
75 yards and one touchdown vs. 
Wake Forest... Season long 
reception of 36 yards came vs. the 
Deacons... Was the prime receiver 
vs. Wake, filling in for the injured 
Jermaine Lewis. ..Earned Offensive 
Player of the Week honors from 
the Terps' coaching staff.. Caught 



Johnson's Statistics 








1993 


Receptions 


Yards 


TD 


Long 


Virginia 


1 


37 


1 


37 


North Carolina 


2 


9 


1 


8 


West Virginia 


3 


28 





19 


Georgia Tech 


1 


11 





11 


Clemson 


1 


8 





8 


Florida State 


3 


100 


1 


68 


N.C. State 


2 


39 





41 


Wake Forest 


5 


106 


1 


66 


Totals 


18 


338 


3 


66 


1994 


Receptions 


Yards 


TD 


Long 


Duke 


3 


21 





12 


Florida State 


3 


34 





19 


West Virginia 


3 


41 





17 


Wake Forest 


7 


75 


1 


36 


Clemson 


6 


53 





16 


North Carolina 


1 


9 





9 


Georgia Tech 


1 


14 





14 


Tulane 


4 


56 





19 


N.C. State 


3 


43 


2 


17 


Virginia 














Syracuse 


2 


7 





4 


Totals 


33 


353 


3 


36 


1995 


Receptions 


Yards 


TD 


Long 


Tulane 


4 


23 





9 


North Carolina 


2 


82 


2 


50 


West Virginia 


1 


24 


1 


24 


Duke 


3 


15 





6 


Georgia Tech 


5 


36 





11 


Wake Forest 


7 


84 





32 


Clemson 


1 


20 





20 


Louisville 


3 


36 





19 


Virginia 


2 


24 





17 


Florida State 


2 


15 





12 


Totals 


30 


359 


3 


50 


Career 


Receptions 


Yards 


TD 


Long 


1993 


18 


338 


3 


66 


1994 


33 


353 


3 


36 


1995 


30 


359 


3 


50 


Totals 


81 


1,050 


9 


66 



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Mancel Johnson (6) is one of the Top 10 TD receivers in school 
history. 



a career high two touchdown 
passes vs. N.C. State. ..His second 
touchdown reception, a 12-yard 
pass from quarterback Scott 
MUanovich. propelled Maryland to 
a 45-44 lead with only 2:19 
remaining in the game. ..Six 
receptions for 53 yards came vs. 
Clemson...His six receptions vs. 
the Tigers tied him for the team 
lead. ..Career high single game 
mark of 14 yards per catch came 
on four catches for 56 yards vs. 
Tulane... Three receptions came 
vs. both Florida State and West 
Virginia... Caught three passes for 
21 yards vs. Duke m the season 
opener... Caught at least one pass 
in 10 of Maryland's 1 1 games, 
being shutout only vs. Virginia... A 
tough, hard-nosed runner once he 
has received the ball, as 
evidenced by his touchdowns 
coming from nine, 12 and 14 
yards, all inside of the red zone. 

1993: Played in nme games and 
made 18 catches for 339 
yards. ..Totaled three TD 
catches. ..First true freshman in 
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 North 
Carolina... Three catches against 
West Virginia... Three grabs for his 
first 100 yard game against 
Florida State... Season-best five 



catches for 106 yards and a TD at 
Wake Forest m season 
finale... Season-best of 68 yard 
catches against both the 
Semmoles and Demon Deacons. 

At Eleanor Roosevelt: A two- 
sport letterman, captaining the 
football and track teams as a 
senior. ..Combined for more than 
1,000 yards and scored six 
touchdowns as a senior.. .Team 
MVP. ..Played for the Maryland All- 
Stars in the Chesapeake Classic 
against Virginia All-Stars at Byrd 
Stadium. ..First team P. G. -County 
and all-conference. ..Washington 
Post Honorable Mention All- 
Metro. ..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 
4x1000 m the '92 Penn 
relays. ..Team won the indoor and 
outdoor state championships in 
'91. ..Most Valuable Athlete m the 
Indoor season. 

Personal: Bom 11/26/75.. The son 
of Barbara and Earnest Johnson. 





1 

Duan Jones 

Wide Receiver 

So* 5-10 150 

Glenarden, Md. 

Major: Family Studies 

High School: Eleanor 

Roosevelt 

At Maryland: Continues to learn 
the offense and will compete for a 
position on the depth chart. ..Is a 
legitimate deep threat and will be 
used in those situations... Has 
great speed and uses it to his 
advantage... Among the fastest 
players in the ACC, he runs a sub 
4.4 in the 40-yard dash.. .Could 
work his way into a back-up role 
at either wide receiver 
position... Runs precise routes. 

1995: Did not play. 

1994: A redsmrt year. 

At Eleanor Roosevelt: Was a first 
team All-Prince George's County 
selection by the Prince George's 
Journal. ..Played m the 
Chesapeake Classic prior to his 
enrollment at Maryland... Was the 
state sprint champion on the 100 
and 200 meter dashes, long jump 
and as a member of the 4X100 
meter relay team.. Part of the high 
school foursome that holds the 
state record in the 4X100. 

Personal: Bom 1/9/76. The son of 
Melvin and Yvonne Jones. 



41 

Erwyn Lyght 

Linebacker 

Fr* 6-0 195 

Westfield, N.J. 

Major: Kinesiological 

Sciences 

High School: Westfield 

At Maryland: Begins the season 
listed second on the depth chart 
at outside linebacker.A good 
athlete who improved 
tremendously m spring 
practice... Will contmue to improve 
as he continues to learn the 
defensive scheme... Has good 
quickness, strength, speed and 
work habits... Will also be a 
contributor on special teams. 

1995: A redsmrt year. 

At Westfield: An All-East 
selection by the National 
Recruiting Advisor, Blue Chip 
Illustrated and Tom 
Lemming... Was rated as the 19th- 
best prep prospect in the East by 
Tom Lemming... A two-time All- 
County selection. ..Rushed for 600 
yards on 100 carries his semor 
season, a 6.0 yards per carry 
average. As a defensive back, he 
was credited with 96 tackles, two 
interceptions and three pass 
deflections. ..Was an All-State 
track and field performer with a 
4.6 time in the 40 yard dash and 
an 11.2 second timing in the 100 
meter dash. 

Personal: Bom 3/30/77.. The son 
of Eleanor and Ernest Lyght. A 
cousin, Todd Lyght, was an All- 
Amencan at Notre Dame. 



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14 

Ken Mastrole 

Quarterback 

Fr* 6-3 222 

Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. 

Major: Letters and Sciences 

High School: Cardinal 

Gibbons 

At Maryland: Will compete for the 
No. 2 position on the depth chart 
at quarterback... Improved 
tremendously during the spring 
and enjoyed 15 very strong 
practices. ..Has great arm strength 
and continues to improve 
athletically. ..Is extremely hard 
working and will compete for 
honors durmg his career. 

1995: A redshirt year. 

At Cardinal Gibbons: Earned all- 
league, all-county and all-state 
mention as one of the top 
quarterbacks in the state of 
Florida his senior season.. .Ranked 
as the No. 10 prep quarterback in 
the nation as a senior by Max 
Emfinger...The seventh best 
quarterback in the southeastern 
U.S. also by Emfinger...Blue Chip 
Illustrated All-South 
selection. ..National Recruiting 
Advisor Super Sleeper in 
Florida.. .Threw for 2.056 yards 
and 16 touchdowns during his 
junior and senior seasons. ..Led 
Cardinal Gibbons to the state 
championship tournament 
semifinals as a senior. 

Personal: Born 2/25/77. The son 
of Gail and Richard Mastrole. 



75 

Brad Messina 

Offensive Lineman 

Fr* 6-6 299 

Bogota, N.J. 

Major: Letters and Sciences 

High School: Bogota 

At Maryland: The second team 
left offensive tackle entering fall 
practice... Is one of the most 
promising young players currently 
on the Terps roster.. .Has the solid 
chance to contribute as a redshirt 
freshman and will quickly begm to 
push for starting assignments... 
Possesses strong footwork and 
good balance. ..Called 'the type of 
player who will make a difference' 
by the coaching staff. 

1995: A redshirt year. 

At Bogota: An all-state selection 
following his senior season when 
he played on both the offensive 
and defensive sides of the 
ball.. .Named All-East by Blue Chip 
Illustrated, the National Recruiting 
Advisor and Tom Lemming... 
Ranked by Lemming as the 17th 
best prep prospect in the East and 
the 16th best player in the state of 
New Jersey.. .Credited with 75 
tackles as a senior... A solid field 
event man on the track and field 
team, he threw the shot put and 
the discus. 

Personal: Born 2/1 1/77.. .The son 
of Barbara and Ronald Messina. 




67 

Mike Nurse 

Outside Linebacker 

So* 6-3 265 

Brooklyn, N.Y. 

Major: Sociology 

High School: Brooklyn Tech 

At Maryland: A hard working 
player who has the ability to be a 
contributor... Enjoyed a strong 
sprmg practice session and 
contmues to improve each time he 
steps on the practice field.. .Is a 
team player who will do anything 
to help the team... Joined the team 
as a walk-on candidate during the 
Sprmg of 1995. 

1995: A redshirt year. 

At Brooklyn Tech: A three-year 
member of the varsity and 
captamed the team his senior 
season. ..Earned the William Purvis 
Memorial Award from the football 
team for outstanding effort and 
dedication. ..Earned the Adam J. 
Cirillo Scholarship Award for 
outstanding student-athlete as he 
carried a 3.8 grade point average 
throughout his prep career. 

Personal: Bom 4/5/76.. ..The son of 
Joyce and Allan Nurse. 




32 

Kendall Ogle 

Outside Linebacker 
So* 6-1 209 

Irvington, N.J. 
Major: Sociology 
High School: Hillside 

At Maryland: A starter at outside 
linebacker... An outstanding 
athlete who has big play 
capabilities. ..Enjoyed a terrific 
spring at the position and 
continues to improve rapidly. ..His 
tremendous athleticism will help 
the overall play of the linebacker 
corps... Returns to the lineup after 
spending the 1995 season 
concentrating on academics... Is 
very quick and has a nose for the 
football... Has also played on the 
special teams and running back 
during his two-year varsity career 
at Maryland. 

1995: A redshirt year. 

1994: Moved steadily up the 
depth chart during fall practice 
and became part of the Terps' 
acclaimed "Black Thunder" 
offense by mid-season. ..Coaches 
used him inside the 'red zone' 
because of his purushrng style of 
running... Gained his first career 
carry vs. North Carolina on a first 



1956: Maryland concluded its season 
with an appearance in the Orange 
Bowl, its third bowl invite in five years 
and its fifth in nine years. 



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down and goal-to-goal situation 
for Maryland on its own four yard 
line. ..Gained two yards on the 
play as quarterback Brian 
Cummings would score from the 
one yard line only two plays 
later. ..Gained one yard vs. Tulane 
as Maryland defeated the Green 
Wave.. Among the hardest 
working special teams players, he 
was credited with two initial hits 
during the season. ..Returned two 
kickoffs for 13 total yards...A 
seven yard return came vs. N.C. 
State and a six yard return came 
vs. Virginia in back to back 
games. 

At Hillside: The number two 
ranked running back in the 
eastern region by Blue Chip 
Illustrated. An All-East selection 
by Tom Lemming's Supei Prep 
Magazine and ranked as the 
nation's number eight running 
back prospect by the 
publication. ..The most sought 
after running back in the state of 
New Jersey. ..A fust team all-state 
selection. ..Muscled his way for 
1.059 yards (8.0 avg.) and 11 
touchdowns his senior 
season. ..Ran for 3.300 yards and 
30 touchdowns during his varsity 
career... Also played linebacker as 
a senior and recorded 119 total 
tackles. 14 tackles for lost 
yardage, and three interceptions. 

Personal: Bom 11/25/75. .The son 
of Pamela and Sam Paddymo. 



Ogle's 


Statistics 






Rushing 






1994 


Carries Yards TD Long 


N. Carolina 1 2 





2 


Tulane 


1 1 





1 


Total 


2 3 





2 


Kickoff Returns 






1994 


Returns Yards TD Long 


N.C. State 


1 7 





7 


Virginia 


1 6 





6 


Total 


2 13 





7 




47 

Marcus Patrick 

Defensive Back 

Jr 6-0 175 

Roosevelt, N.Y. 

Major: Afro-American 

Studies 

High School: Roosevelt 

Nassau Community College 

At Maryland: Came to Maryland in 
January of 1996. ..Brings out- 
standing credentials to 
Maryland. ..Will compete for a 
position on the depth chart.. .Has 
the ability to be a good 
comerback...Was listed on the 
depth chart at comerback before 
becoming injured and missing 
spring practice... A very good 
athlete who runs tremendously 
well. 

At Nassau Community College: 

Spent three years at Nassau, one 
of the nation's top junior college 
programs. ..Played durmg years 
two and three at the school while 
sitting out year one to concentrate 
on academics. ..Helped the team to 
two bowl appearances... Started in 
both 1994 and 1995 and 
accumulated 1 1 interceptions and 
returned two for touchdowns... 
Also recorded three blocked 
punts... Was rated among the 
nation's top junior college 
defensive back prospects. 

At Roosevelt: After not playmg 
football as a freshman, he earned 
a spot on the varsity roster as a 
junior... Did not play as a senior 
while concentrating on academics. 

Personal: Bom 12/8/73.. .The son 
of Sylvia Patrick. 



ft 




73 

Ryan Rezzelle 

Offensive Lineman 
So* 6-5 290 

Erie, Pa. 

Major: Criminal Justice 
High School: McDowell 

At Maryland: The second team 
right offensive tackle as fall drills 
begin... Moved to the left side from 
the right side durmg spring drills 
and adapted well to the 
switch. ..Enjoyed a very productive 
spring season which saw him 
improve in all areas... His most 
noticeable improvement will come 
in the area of overall quickness as 
he lost nearly 30 pounds from his 
strong frame. ..Has tremendous 
upper body and leg strength 
which makes him a valuable run 
blocker. 

1995: A back-up at both the right 
and left offensive guard positions 
who played in three games. ..Saw 
significant time in his first career 
game vs. Tulane. ..Played nearly 
the entire game at left guard for 
Pat Ward, the starter, was injured 
early m the first quarter... 
Maryland rushed for 236 yards 
and four touchdowns m the 29-10 



victory over the Green Wave... The 
236 yards rushing marked the 
most yards rushing by a Maryland 
team since a 246-yard attack vs. 
Virginia on November 17, 1990, a 
span of 47 games. ..Played vs. 
North Carolina the next week and 
helped the Terps to the 32-18 
victory in Byrd Stadium... Also 
played two quarters of action vs. 
Louisville. 

1994: A redshirt year. 

At McDowell: A second team all- 
state performer. ..An All-East 
selection by Tom Lemming's 
Super Prep 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, Rezzelle carried a 
3.7 grade pomt average 
throughout his high school and 
scored 1,200 on his SAT. 

Personal: Bom 4/21/76.. .The son 
of Linda and Peter Rezzelle. 



Coach 
Claiborne's plan 
was a good one 
and mine was 
terrible. I've said 
before that my 
team has won in 
spite of me, and 
that was true 
today. 

Coach Bear Bryant, 

after his 1974 return to 

College Park. 



Rezzelle 's Statistics 








1995 


Touchdown 


Cut 


Pancake 


Knockdown 


Tulane 





1 


1 





North Carolina 














Louisville 














1995 Totals 





1 


1 






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17 

Brad Rhodes 

Kicker 

So* 5-8 157 

Biloxi, Miss. 

Major: Kinesiological 

Sciences 

High School: St. John's 

At Maryland: Will compete for 
the starting job from the opening 
day of practice and throughout the 
entire season... Enjoyed a great 
spring and showed improvement 
in his already strong leg... Showed 
improvement m his field goal 
accuracy and the boommg length 
of his kickoffs...Game experience 
last season was a defmite 
bonus. ..With continued 
development, he has an 
extraordinarily bright future. ..Has 
adjusted well to life as a specialist 
after starting as a wmgback, 
safety and kicker in high school. 

1995: Patience paid off for Rhodes 
during his redshirt freshman 
season. ..Saw varsity action for the 
first time vs. West Virginia in the 
third game of the season. ..Asked 
to kick off three times in the 
second half, he put two into the 



endzone and the third to the 
three-yard line... Asked to kickoff 
vs. Duke a week later and put 
three kicks inside the 10-yard 
line. ..Once agam vs. Wake Forest 
the next week, he put two of three 
kicks into the endzone for no 
return yards... Strong legged vs. 
Clemson with his only kickoff 
traveling to the six yard line. ..First 
career field goal came vs. N.C. 
State from 27 yards, with two 
more kickoffs into the endzone... 
Was also three of four on extra 
point attempts vs. the 
Wolfpack...For his career numbers, 
he was successful on his first 
three attempts before missing... 
Kicked off vs. Virginia with a 
successful onside kick to open the 
second half. 

1994: A redshirt year. 

At St. John's: An Honorable 
Mention All-Amenca selection by 
USA Today... A two-tune 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 out 
of 29 field goals durmg 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 mtercepted 
six passes as a defensive 
back.. .Recognized among the top 
prep kickers in the nation last 
season... Also a member of the 
track and field team.. .Earned four 
varsity letters and was named the 
most outstandmg thrower durmg 
both the 1992 and 1993 
seasons. ..Earned one varsity 
basketball letter. 

Personal: Born 9/6/75. ..The son of 
Karen and Joseph Rhodes. 



Rhodes's 


Statistics 








PAT 


FG 








1995 


Att. Made 


Att. 


Made 


Long 


Louisville 





2 







N.C. State 


4 3 


1 


1 


27 


Totals 


4 3 


3 


1 


27 




11 

Keon Russell 

Quarterback 

So* 5-11 187 

Brooklyn, N.Y. 

Major: Criminal Justice 

High School: Midwood 

American International 

College 

At Maryland: Competing for 
second on the depth chart behind 
Brian Cummmgs as pre-season 
practice begins. ..Enjoyed a strong 
spring schedule and played well 
during the session with an 
outstandmg performance at the 
Terps Red-White scrimmage 
which was held at Mt. St. Joseph's 
High School in Baltimore. ..Is 
extremely athletic and has a 



strong arm... Has the ability to 
make plays. 

At American International: 

Played his freshman year of 
college football at American 
International College in 
Springfield, Mass... Completed 52 
of 104 passes for 645 yards as he 
split time at the quarterback 
position.. .Played in eight of 10 
games and passed for five 
touchdowns and was intercepted 
five times. ..Threw for an average 
of 80.6 yards per game and 12.4 
yards per completion. ..Connected 
on a career-long pass of 66 yards 
for a touchdown vs. Southern 
Connecticut.. .Also rushed for 218 
yards on 68 carries, a 3.2 yards 
per carry average. ..Scored two 
rushing touchdowns and was 
credited with a long run of 26 
yards vs. Springfield College. 

At Midwood: A four-year varsity 
letter-winner who earned all-state 
and All-New York City honors 
following his senior 
season. ..Named as one of the 
outstandmg offensive players in 
the State of New York and earned 
divisional Most Valuable Player 
honors... Team captam his senior 
season... Played two years of 
varsity basketball. 

Personal: Bom 7/22/77.. .The son 
of Gladys and Donovan Russell. 




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95 

Ashley Sims 

Tight End 

Sr* 6-2 250 

Troy, N.Y. 

Major: Criminal Justice 

High School: East 

Hudson Valley Community 

College 

At Maryland: A strong athlete 
who will be a contributor at tight 
end on the Terps' new offensive 
formation. ..Has made a smooth 



transition from the defensive line 
to his present tight end 
position... With continued 
improvement he will make big 
plays on the field as his career 
progresses... A candidate for 
honors in the future.. .A 
tremendous athlete who was a 
quarterback in high school. 

1995: Did not play. 

1994: A redshirt year. 

At Hudson Valley: Led team in 
sacks each of his two years. ..Was 
squad's second leading tackier 
both seasons. 

At East: Named first team all-city 
at defensive back as a senior and 
a junior. ..Second team all-city at 
tight end as a senior and second 
team all-county defensive back as 
a junior... Played m the Eddie 
Meath AU-Star game in his senior 
year.. .Led East to a 9-2 record as a 
senior and a 9-1 mark in his junior 
year. 

Personal: Bom on 2/15/73. ..The 
son of Susan and John Albert. 





52 

Rashad Smith 

Inside Linebacker 
Fr* 6-2 230 

Ft. Washington, Md. 
Major: Art Studio 
High School: DeMatha 

At Maryland: A talented 
linebacker who has a bright future 
and the immediate ability to be an 
impact player as a Terp...Has 
great instinct for getting to the 
ball and is a fundamentally sound 
player... Was limited last season by 
an injury which occurred early in 
fall practice... The coaching staff 
thought he might be one of the 
few true freshman to earn 
extended playing time in 1995 but 
he was limited by a severe case of 
asthma... Will compete for a 
position on the depth chart. 

1995: A redshirt year. 

At DeMatha: Ranked as fifth best 
player m the state of Maryland as 
a senior by Tom Lemming's 
Recruiting Guide and to the All- 
Atlantic Coast Area team by Blue 
Chip Illustrated... Named 
Honorable Mention All- 
Metropolitan by the Washington 
Post following his senior 
season.. Recorded 89 tackles 
including 18 for lost yardage as a 
senior... Also recorded six 
interceptions his final season. 

Personal: Bom 12/20/77. The son 
of Shirley and Michael Smith. 



Ashley Sims is one of a solid 
crop of senior leaders. 



65 

Pete Sorrentino 

Offensive Lineman 
Jr* 6-5 305 

Staten Island, N.Y. 
Major: Criminology and 
Criminal Justice 
High School: Curtis 

At Maryland: The second team 
left offensive guard behind Pat 
Ward to begm fall drills. ..Made the 
switch from tackle to guard 
following the 1995 season and has 
progressed well.. .Gives the 
coaching staff a utility offensive 
lineman who has the ability to 
play both the guard and tackle 
slots...A member of the 1995 
Scholar Athlete Honor Roll. 

1995: Listed as the second team 
left offensive tackle throughout 
the season ..Gained varsity 
playing experience for the first 
time vs. North Carolina. 

1994: A medical redshirt 
year... Sat out the season while 
recovering from a knee injury 
suffered in pre-season practice. 

1993: A redshirt year. 

At Curtis: An All- America 
selection by Tom Lemming's 
Super Prep Magazine... A first 
team all-state selection... First 
team All-New York City... Voted 
the team's Most Outstanding 
Lineman his senior season... 
Graduated in the top academic 
quarter of his senior class. 

Personal: Bom 9/18/75. ..The son 
of Lmda and Peter Sorrentino. 



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Orlando Strozier 

Cornerback 

Sr* 6-1 194 

Augusta, Ga. 

Major: Theater 

High School: Hephzibah 

At Maryland: A most valuable 
Terp during his career who has 
contributed mightily on both the 
offensive and defensive sides of 
the football.. .Begins his senior 
season on the depth chart at left 
cornerback as a back-up to A.J. 
Johnson but will contribute at 
both corner and safety. ..Can add 
depth at all three positions... As a 
defensive back, he has great cover 
ability and is especially strong on 
perimeter coverage... Continues to 
improve as a defensive back as he 
gains more repetitions and grows 
comfortable with the position 
again.. .Was a Third team 
Freshman Ail-American by 
Football News in 1993. 

1995: Guided the Terps to victory 
over Tulane in the season opener 
from the quarterback position... 
Ran the Terp offense to score 
three touchdowns while he was at 
the controls over the last three 
quarters of the game. ..Completed 
two of seven passes for 11 yards 
but controlled the offense which 
scored 22 points... Completed a 
key pass in a third-and-short 
situation, and the drive ended in a 
Terp touchdown as the Green 
Wave had begun to close in on the 
Terps. ..Rushed 15 times for 49 
yards and a touchdown. ..Scored 
what turned out to be the game 
winning touchdown on a five-yard 



touchdown run.. .The last time 
Strozier had played quarterback 
was during his senior year in high 
school... Directed the 'Black 
Thunder' short yardage offense 
vs. North Carolina and scored on a 
one yard touchdown run. ..Inserted 
by the coaching staff to run short 
yardage offense vs. West Virginia, 
Duke and Georgia Tech. ..Coaching 
staff moved him from quarterback 
to receiver and defensive back for 
the last five games of the 
season... Second on the team with 
three rushing touchdowns. 

1994: Sat out entire season 
rehabilitating an injury. 

1993: Football News Third Team 
Freshman All-America. ..Played in 
all 11 games and started in eight 
contests. ...Tallied 32 total 
tackles. ..Snagged a team-best four 
interceptions, which was fourth in 
the ACC.Also led team in 
fumbles recovered... Started 



Strozier's 


Statistics 




Defensive 










1993 


UT 


AT 


TT Int.FR 


Virgmia 





3 


3 1 


1 


North Carolina 


1 


2 


3 




West Virginia 


1 


1 


2 1 




Virginia Tech 


1 





1 




Perm State 


3 





3 




Georgia Tech 


2 


2 


4 




Duke 


2 





2 




Clemson 


3 


1 


4 




Florida State 


2 





2 




N.C. State 


2 


1 


3 1 




Wake Forest 


3 


1 


4 






20 


11 


31 3 


1 


Punt Returns 








1993 


Returns Yards 


TD 


North Caroline 


3 




42 





West Virginia 


3 




42 





Georgia Tech 


1 




2 





Duke 


4 




50 





N.C. State 


1 










Wake Forest 


1 










Totals 


13 




136 





Rushing 










1995 RushesYardsTD Long 


Tulane 


15 


49 


1 


11 


North Carolina 1 


1 


1 


1 


Duke 


4 


3 


1 


3 


Georgia Tech 


2 











N.C. State 


1 


(-1 


) o 


(•1) 


Totals 


23 


52 


3 


11 


Passing Statistics 






1995 Attempts. Comps.TD Long 


Tulane 7 




2 





11 


Totals 7 




2 





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Orlando Strozier saved the Terps when Brian Cummings was 
hurt. 



against Virginia and had fine 
debut becoming first Terp since 
Mike Jarmolowich to recover two 
fumbles in a game ...Also had an 
interception. ..Registered a 33-yard 
punt return in Chapel Hill... 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 
interceptions against Duke and 
N.C. State. 

1992: A redshirt year. 

At Hephzibah: 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-Florida All- 
Star Game.. .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 
captained the basketball and 
track teams... Rushed for 1,531 
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". 

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




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Jim Stump 

Offensive Lineman 

Sr 5-11 278 

Finksburg, Md. 

Major: Biological Sciences 

High School: Westminster 

At Maryland: A walk-on member 
of the team who will add depth to 
the offensive line as a center and 
to the PAT and field goal team... A 
physically strong player who gives 
100 percent each time he steps 




onto the field... Did not participate 
in spring drills in order to prepare 
better for the medical school 
entrance exams.. .A member of the 
1995 Scholar Athlete Honor Roll. 

1995: Participated as an integral 
member of the special teams 
throughout the season. ..Was the 
long snapper on extra points and 
on Maryland's muddle huddle 
offense. ..On the muddle huddle 
offense, he lined up as the center 
as the Terps attempted a two- 
point conversion after a 
touchdown... The Terps scored on 
a perfect three-of-three attempts 
from this formation as Stump 
lateralled to running back Buddy 
Rodgers for successful two-point 
conversion attempts vs. Tulane, 
North Carolina and Virginia. 

1994: Did not play. 

1993: Did not play. 

At Westminster: A two-year 
football letterwinner and team 
captain his senior year... Led 
Westminster to the co- 
championship of the Central 
Maryland Conference in 1991. ..An 
outstanding wrestler, 
he gained regional 
and conference 
championships his 
senior 

season... Finished 
with an 18-3 
wrestling record his 
senior season. ..In 
addition to serving as 
the captain of the 
football team, he 
captained the 
wrestling and 
baseball teams 
durmg his high 
school career. 

Personal: Born 
l/ll/74...Thesonof 
Charlene and Charles 
Stump... Is the brother 
of former Terp letter 
winner Doug Stump 
who graduated from 
the University of 
Maryland with a 
degree in aerospace 
engineering. 



James Stump provides the long snap, 
and earns 4.0 GPAs. 



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55 

Anthony Surman 

Offensive Lineman 

So* 6-0 280 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Major: Government and 

Politics 

High School: Baldwin 

At Maryland: Enters the season 
as the third team left offensive 
guard... Is a very powerful player 
who is a great one-on-one blocker. 

1995: Did not play. 

1994: A redshirt year. 

At Baldwin: An all-conference 
performer on both the offensive 
and defensive lines durmg both 
his junior and senior years... 
Played in the "Big 33" All-Star 
game for the Pennsylvania All- 
Stars this past summer. ..A 
selection to the All- Allegheny 
County team. ..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... Earned the "Good 
Citizenship Medal" from the Sons 
of the American Revolution... 
Awarded the Academic 
Achievement Award by the South 
Hills Area School District. 

Personal: Born April 20. 
1976. The son of Anthony and 
Demse Surman. 




49 

Peter Timmins 

Inside Linebacker 
Fr* 6-3 217 

Staten Island, N.Y. 
Major: Letters and Sciences 
High School: Curtis 

At Maryland: Begins the pre- 
season second on the depth chart 
at linebacker... Is a hard worker 
who developed quickly during his 
first year on the squad and will 
gam time as a back up middle 
lmebacker this season. ..Is very 
coachable and will continue to 
improve as he works on his 
fundamentals... Has outstanding 
athletic ability and shows 
improvement each time he steps 
onto the field... Increased his 
weight and overall quickness as 
he has worked hard m the weight 
room. 

1995: A redshirt year. 

High School: An All-America 
selection by Super Prep Magazine 
following his senior season ...An 
All-East selection by Tom 
Lemming and the National 
Recruiting Advisor... A First-Team 
All-New York State and all New 
York City selection... Was a First 
team All-New York City selection 
by the New York Daily 
News.. .Selected among the top five 
players in the state of New York by 
Super Prep Magazine. Recorded 92 
tackles, 12 tackles for lost yardage 
and seven quarterback sacks his 
senior season... 

Personal: Bom 9/20/77. .The son 
of Gail and Jimmy Timmons. 



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Eric Timothy 

Offensive Lineman 

Fr* 6-3 311 

Hamden, Conn. 

Major: Letters and Sciences 

High School: Hamden 

At Maryland: Begins the season 
listed as the second team 
center... Has made a successful 
move to center after spending his 
true freshman season as an 
offensive guard. ..Possesses great 
quickness and has adapted well to 
the position switch. ..Coaching 
staff feels that once he learns the 
position he will be a natural... Has 
a great future and is a sure All- 
Star candidate. 

1995: A redshirt year. 

At Hamden: Earned All-East 
recognition by Tom Lemming and 
the National Recruiting 
Advisor... Named as the sixth best 
prospect in the State of 
Connecticut and the seventh best 
product in New England by Super 
Prep Magazine.. ..A superb senior 
season with 65 tackles, five sacks 
and seven knockdowns. ..Graded 
out at over 90 percent for the 
entire season... More than 70 
percent of the offensive plays 
were run to his side of the 
offensive line. 

Personal: Bom 11/6/77. ..The son 
of Ruth Timothy. ..His hobbies 
include sculptmg and sketching. 




40 

Brian Underwood 

Running Back 

Jr* 6-1 177 

Bronx, N.Y. 

Major: Afro-American 

Studies 

High School: Herbert 

Lehman 

At Maryland: The second team 
tailback who will play a large part 
in the positive fortunes of the 
Terp offense... Enjoyed a strong 
spring campaign who made 
tremendous progress in learning 
the Terps' newly implemented 
two-back offense. ..Is a very 
elusive runner who makes 
defenders miss him as he finds 
developing holes made by the 
offensive line. ..Great hands. 

1995: Maryland's second leading 
rusher with 290 yards, behind 
only Buddy Rodgers...Has been 
the Terps second leading rusher 
during his first two varsity 
seasons... The teams fifth leading 
receiver with 18 catches for 122 
yards, a 6.8 yards-per-reception 
average...A career high 92 yards 
on a career high 17 rushes came 
vs. Tulane in the season opening 
victory... Caught a season-high 
three passes for a career-high 30 
yards and accounted for 122 yards 
of total offense vs. the Green 
Wave. ..Scored his only touchdown 
of the season in that game, a 
three yard run to seal the 
victory... A solid night vs. West 
Virginia with 10 carries for 31 
yards... Tremendous day vs. Duke 
with 88 yards on nine carries for a 
9.7 yards per carry average.A 



very effective runner with 22 
yards on six carries vs. Georgia 
Tech.. .Also used as a receiver vs. 
the Yellow Jackets on the 
nationally televised ESPN contest 
with two receptions for 21 
yards.. .A career-high six 
receptions came vs. Florida State 
in the season f male... Season long 
reception of 20 yards came vs. 
Wake Forest. ..Pass reception for 
20 yards vs. Wake began an 85- 
yard drive which ended with one 
of three field goals as the Terps 
won to up their record to 4- 
1... Slick vs. Louisville with two 
receptions for 29 yards, a 14.5 
yards per reception average. 

1994: Played in all 11 games and 
was Maryland's second leadmg 
rusher with 180 yards on 41 
carries, a 4.4 yards per carry 
average... The Terps third-leading 
kickoff returner with 12 returns for 
210 yards, a 17.5 yards-per-return 
average. ..Enjoyed his best career 
offensive day with 163 yards of 



total offense vs. North 
Carolina. ..Rushed for 52, caught 
four passes for 23, returned five 
kickoffs for 88 yards and scored 
one rushing touchdown vs. the 
Tar Heels... Selected the Terps 
Offensive Player of the Week for 
North Carolina performance. ..Best 
rushing day came m victory over 
Georgia Tech with 1 1 carries for 
57 yards. ..Ran well vs. Florida 
State with 19 yards on four 
carries, a 4.8 yards per carry 
average and was the Terps 
leading ground gainer. ..Also 
returned two kickoffs vs. the 
Semtnoles, 21 and 18 yards. ..Three 
carries for 20 yards vs. Wake 
Forest. ..Gained the first start of 
his career in place of Allen 
Williams m season opener vs. 
Duke. ..Part of the Terps highlight 
reel vs. Tulane with a darting 23- 
yard touchdown reception and run 
to open the second half. 

1993: A redshirt year. 




Brian Underwood (40) runs — and blocks. 



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At Lehman: Named a Super Prep 
Magazine and Schott's Coaches 
Association All-American 
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 County selection by the 
New York Times, New York Daily 
News, New York Post and Long 
Island Newsclay... Named the 
team's Most Valuable Player and 
Most Outstanding Offensive 
Player as a senior. Excelled on 
both sides of the ball during his 
high school career as a running 
back and as a free-safety. ..As a 
senior, he gained 1.150 yards on 
150 carries and scored 17 
touchdowns as a running 
back. ..Totaled 38 solo tackles and 
10 assisted tackles while 
intercepting four passes from his 
free safety spot... Team captain hrs 
senior season... Also starred in 
basketball and track. 

Personal: Born 2/16/75. .The son 
of Susie and Jimmy Underwood. 



1902: In the 
game against 
Washington 
College, the 
Aggies took a 
train from College 
Park at 6:30 am 
to Baltimore, 
hopped on 
another train to 
Havre de Grace, 
took a ferry from 
Havre de Grace 
to the Eastern 
Shore, and a 
horse drawn 
carriage for 18 
miles to the game 
in Chestertown. 



Underwood's 


Statistics 








Rushing 










1994 


Rushes 


Yards 


TD 


Long 


Duke 


4 


5 





5 


Florida State 


4 


19 





18 


West Virginia 


3 


5 





3 


Wake Forest 


3 


20 





10 


Clemson 


2 


11 





11 


North Carolina 


9 


52 


1 


34 


Georgia Tech 


11 


57 





11 


Tulane 


3 


9 





6 


N.C. State 


1 











Syracuse 


1 


2 





2 


Totals 


41 


180 


1 


34 


1995 


Rushes 


Yards 


TD 


Long 


Tulane 


17 


92 


1 


35 


North Carolina 


7 


11 





5 


West Virginia 


10 


31 





8 


Duke 


9 


88 





33 


Georgia Tech 


6 


22 





8 


Wake Forest 


2 


(-2) 





5 


Clemson 


5 


7 





3 


Louisville 


7 


20 





9 


N.C. State 


4 


4 





6 


Virginia 


3 


7 





4 


Florida State 


3 


10 





7 


Totals 


73 


290 


1 


35 


Career 


Rushes 


Yards 


TD 


Long 


1994 


41 


180 


1 


34 


1995 


73 


290 


1 


35 


Totals 


114 


470 


2 


35 


Receiving 










1994 


Receptions 


Yards 


TD 


Long 


Duke 


1 


(-D 





(-1) 


Florida State 


2 


18 


1 


11 


West Virginia 














Wake Forest 














Clemson 


1 


3 





3 


North Carolina 


4 


23 





10 


Georgia Tech 


1 


15 





15 


Tulane 


1 


23 


1 


23 


N.C. State 


2 


28 





35 


Virginia 














Syracuse 


1 


(-D 





(-D 


Totals 


13 


108 


2 


35 


1995 


Receptions 


Yards 


TD 


Long 


Tulane 


3 


30 





18 


West Virginia 


1 


(-2) 





(-2) 


Georgia Tech 


2 


21 





19 


Wake Forest 


2 


15 





20 


Clemson 


1 











Louisville 


2 


29 





18 


Virginia 


1 


3 





3 


Florida State 


6 


26 





5 


Totals 


18 


122 





20 


Career 


Returns 


Yards 


TD 


Long 


1994 


13 


108 


2 


35 


1995 


18 


122 





20 


Totals 


31 


230 


2 


35 


Kickoff Returns 










1994 


Returns 


Yards 


TD 


Long 


Duke 


1 


26 





26 


Florida State 


2 


39 





21 


West Virginia 














Wake Forest 














Clemson 


1 


25 





25 


North Carolina 


5 


88 





33 


Georgia Tech 


1 


20 





20 


Tulane 














N.C. State 


1 


8 





8 


Virginia 


1 


4 





4 


Syracuse 














Totals 


12 


210 





33 


Career 


Returns 


Yards 


TD 


Long 


1994 


12 


210 





33 


Totals 


12 


210 





33 



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80 

Kendrick Walton 

Wide Receiver 

So* 6-2 167 

Dallas, Tex. 

Major: Family Studies 

High School: Carter 

At Maryland: Is among the tallest 
receivers on the team and with his 
tremendous ability to catch passes 
and run precise routes, he is one 
of the Terps' top receivers. ..Played 
as a true freshman and was a 
starter as a true sophomore until 
felled by injury in the first game of 
the 1995 season. 

1995: Received a medical redsfmt 
after playmg in one game. ..Caught 
one pass for 1 1 yards in 
Maryland's season opener vs. 
Tulane...His only catch vs. the 



Green Wave came in the fourth 
quarter and kept alive a drive that 
eventually led to a touchdown and 
helped the Terps claim the first 
opening day victory m Mark 
Duffner's tenure at Maryland. 

1994: One of eight true freshmen 
and the only true freshman wide 
receiver to see action during the 
season... Played for the first time 
vs. Clemson and recorded his first 
career catch vs. North 
Carolina... Added his second catch 
vs. Tulane. 

At Carter: Rated as the No. eight 
overall receiver prospect by Max 
Emfmger's Recruiting 
Almanac... The No. 14 rated 
receiver in the southwest region 
by Blue Chip Illustrated.. .Caught 
48 passes for 729 yards and 10 
touchdowns his senior 
season. .Helped lead Carter to an 
11-1 record his senior 
season. ..Recruited to play an 
outside receiver position... 
Considered among the top 
receivers commg out of the state 
of Texas his senior year. 

Personal: Born 9/4/75. ..The son of 
Diedra Franklin. 




Walton's Statistics 








Receiving 










1994 


Receptions 


Yards 


TD 


Long 


Clemson 














North Carolina 


1 


(-2) 





(-2) 


Georgia Tech 














Tulane 


1 


(-3) 





(-3) 


N.C. State 














Totals 


2 


(-5) 








1995 


Receptions 


Yards 


TD 


Long 


Tulane 


1 


11 





11 




1 


11 





11 


Career 


Receptions 


Yards 


TD 


Long 


1994 


2 


(•5) 








1995 


1 


11 





11 


Totals 


3 


6 





11 




71 

Pat Ward 

Offensive Lineman 
Jr* 6-5 296 

Herndon, Va. 
Major: Criminology and 
Criminal Justice 
High School: St. John's 

At Maryland: Will start for the 
second consecutive season at left 
offensive guard. ..Started all 11 
games as a redshirt sophomore 
and improved with every 
game. ..Begins his redshirt junior 
season havmg started 21 
consecutive games as he was the 
starter for the final 10 games of 
the 1994 season at defensive 
tackle. ..Continues to hone his 
technique and will be a leader on 
the offensive line during final two 
years of his collegiate career. ..Also 
improved his quickness as he lost 
nearly 15 pounds during the 
spring practice sessions... Among 
the hardest workers on the 
team... Also among the most 
versatile players along both the 
offensive and defensive lines, 
which makes him a very valuable 
player. 

1995: Started all 11 games at left 
offensive guard, joining center 
Erik Greenstein and right guard 
Aaron Henne as three members of 
the strong offensive line who 
started each game during the 
1995 season.. .Joins Greenstein 
and Henne as three members of 
the offensive line who played 
more than 700 plays during the 
season. ..A ferocious blocker, he 
led the offensive line with nine 
pancake blocks during the 



season. ..Also led the team with 
seven knockdown blocks. ..His first 
career touchdown block came vs. 
Virginia as he opened up a hole 
for quarterback Scott Milanovich 
to scored on a one-yard run in the 
first quarter - a score which led to 
an 11-0 Terp lead. ..Enjoyed a 
strong game vs. the Cavaliers 
with two cut blocks and two 
knockdown blocks...A season high 
four cut blocks came vs. West 
Virginia as the Terps won in 
College Park.. .Three pancake 
blocks, team high for the season, 
came in a huge outing vs. N.C. 
State. ..Played well vs. Clemson 
with three knockdown blocks 
which was the season high for 
any of the Terps lineman for the 
season. ..Strong outmgs vs. Duke 
with three cut blocks... Was strong 
m the final three games of the 
season as he averaged nearly 
three pancakes and more than one 
cut block per game. 

1994: Listed as a back-up on the 
offensive line as the season began 
but was moved to a defensive 
tackle position for Florida State, 
the second game of the 
season... After not having played 
in the season opener vs. Duke, his 
first career appearance was m a 
starting role vs. the defending 
national champion Seminoles... 
Played extremely well and was 
among the team leaders m tackles 
with four, including one tackle for 
minus yardage.. .Had a big impact 
vs. West Virginia with two 
assisted tackles as Maryland 
defeated the Mountaineers... 
Another strong outing vs. Wake 
Forest with three total tackles, 
two of which were unassisted... 
Top game of the season came vs. 
Clemson with five total tackles, 
four unassisted. ..Another strong 
outing vs. Georgia Tech with 
three total stops. ..Was strong in 
the trenches in the Terps victory 
over Tulane, with one tackle for 
lost yardage. ..Another tackle for 
lost yardage vs. N.C. State, giving 
him four on the season... Closed 
the season well with four tackles 
vs. Virginia and a strong outing 
vs. Syracuse... A starter in the final 
ten games of the season. 

1993: A redshirt year. 

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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 both tackle 
on both offense and defense.. .A 
thiee-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. ..The son of 
Linda and James Ward. 



Ward's Statistics 














Offensive 














1995 


Touchdown 




Cut 


Pancake 


Knockdown 


Tulane 


















North Carolina 









3 


1 





West Virginia 









4 





1 


Duke 









3 








Georgia Tech 


















Wake Forest 









2 








Clemson 









3 





3 


Louisville 









1 


1 


1 


N.C. State 









1 


3 


1 


Virginia 




1 




2 


2 





Florida State 









1 


2 


1 


1995 Totals 




1 




20 


9 


7 


Defensive 














1994 


UT 




AT 




TT 


TFL 


Florida State 


3 




1 




4 


1(-1) 


West Virginia 







2 




2 




Wake Forest 


2 




1 




3 




Clemson 


4 




1 




5 




North Carolina 


1 




1 




2 


l(-l) 


Georgia Tech 


1 




2 




3 




Tulane 


1 









1 


1(-1) 


N.C. State 


2 









2 


1(-1) 


Virginia 







4 




4 




Syracuse 

















Totals 


14 




12 




26 


4 (-4) 





Pat Ward is the most enthusiastic and intense offensive lineman 



12 

Lynde Washington 

Defensive Back 
Fr* 5-9 170 

Upper Marlboro, Md. 
Major: Letters and Sciences 
High School: DeMatha 

At Maryland: Begins pre-season 
practice as the second team left 
comerback behind A.J. 
Johnson... Employs strong man 
coverage skills and shows good 
quickness off the ball.. .Has quick 
feet and changes direction 
well. ..Is productive and makes 
plays whenever he is on the 
field. ..Will continue to improve as 
he grows stronger and develops in 
the weight room... Will contribute 
on special teams and in the 
defensive secondary in 1996. 

1995: A redshirt year. 

At DeMatha: An Honorable 
Mention All-Amenca selection by 
USA Today Newspaper... Named 
the Pnnce George's County Player 
of the Year by the P.G. Journal.. A 
First team All-State choice. ..Also a 
First Team All-Metropolitan 
selection by the Washington 
Post... Tom Lemming, the National 
Recruiting Advisor and Blue Chip 
Illustrated named him to their AU- 
ACC area teams... Rushed for 1,537 
yards and 23 touchdowns, a 7.0 
yards per carry average during his 
senior season.. .Has 4.5 speed in 
the 40-yard dash... Also made a 
name for himself as a strong 
safety on defense. 

Personal: Born 7/7/77...The son of 
Carolyn and Joseph Washington. 



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61 

Mitch Watkins 

Offensive Lineman 
Jr* 6-2 258 

Salisbury, Md. 
Major: Criminal Justice 
High School: Bennett 
Fork Union Military 

At Maryland: Begins the season 
listed second on the depth chart 
at right offensive guard... Made a 
remarkable transition to the 
offensive line from the defensive 
line during the spring ...Is playing 
the defensive line for the first time 
in his career and adapting well to 
the change. ..Once he grows 
comfortable with the position he 
will add a great deal of depth and 
challenge for a starting 
assignment during his career.A 
member of the 1995 Scholar 
Athlete Honor Roll. 

1995: Played in six games as a 
the back-up left defensive 
tackle... Recorded two total tackles, 



one initial hit and one assisted 
tackle. ..Credited with an assisted 
tackle vs. Duke and one initial hit 
vs. Georgia Tech. 

1994: A walk-on who gained his 
first two career starts at Duke and 
against Florida State. ..First career 
start resulted in two initial hits 
and one assisted tackle for a total 
of three tackles. ..Three assisted 
tackles and a pass deflection came 
vs. Florida State. ..Two assisted 
tackles vs. West Virginia... 

1993: A redshirt year. 

At Bennett: Four-year 
letterwmner and two-year starter 
in football. ..Led team to a 7-3 
record as a senior. ..Three-year 
letterwmner in track and field, 
competing in the shot put. ..Served 
as class president for two 
consecutive years. 

At Fork Union Military: Lettered 
in football and track and 
field... Led the team in sacks and 
tallied second most tackles on the 
squad. ..Team was 8-7. 

Personal: Born 11/16/74. ..The son 
of Marsha and Brad Watkins. 




Watkins's Statistics 








1994 


UT 


AT 


TT 


PD 


Duke 


2 


1 


3 




Florida State 





3 


3 


1 PD 


West Virginia 





2 


2 




Totals 


2 


6 


8 


1PD 


1995 


UT 


AT 


TT 




Duke 





1 


1 




Georgia Tech 


1 





1 




Totals 


1 


1 


2 




Career 


UT 


AT 


TT 




1994 


2 


6 


8 


1 PD 


1995 


1 


1 


2 




Totals 


3 


7 


10 


1PD 





59 

Adam Waxman 

Linebacker 

Jr* 6-1 215 

Baltimore, Md. 

Major: General Business 

Administration 

High School: Pikesville 

At Maryland: A walk-on member 
of the team who will be a 
contributor on both the scout and 
special teams... Is a very hard 
worker who has benefited 
tremendously from the weight 
program... Added 30 pounds to his 



already sturdy frame during his 
first year in the program. ..Is a very 
smart player who is quickly 
gaining an understanding of the 
Terps' defensive philosophy... A 
very hard worker who does very 
well in the classroom. ..A member 
of the 1995 Scholar Athlete Honor 
Roll. 

1995: A redshirt year. 

At Pikesville: An honorable 
mention all-county selection as a 
senior in 1992 by the Baltimore 
Sun. ..Played four years on the 
varsity and was team captain his 
senior season. ..Also earned two 
letters in wrestling and baseball... 

Personal: Born 1/4/75... The son of 
Esther and Frank Waxman. ..Is 
registered in the IBM Total 
Quality Management Program as 
his business school curriculum. 





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50 

Brett White 

Linebacker 

Jr* 6-1 220 

Hornell, NY 

Major: Criminology and 

Criminal Justice 

High School: Hornell 

At Maryland: A tough player who 
will compete for a position on the 
depth chart at the middle 
linebacker position... Coaching 
staff moved him back to the 
defensive side of the ball after he 
spent the end of the 1995 season 
at the fullback position... Will 
contribute on the defensive line 
and special teams. .Is very hard 
nosed and physical. ..A member of 
the Scholar Athlete Honor Roll. 

1995: A career-high tying 14 
tackles as a defensive end... First 
career interception came vs. North 
Carolina and helped the Terps 
defeat the Tar Heels in Byrd 
Stadium. ..White's interception of a 
Mike Thomas pass led directly to 
a Terps' touchdown in the third 
quarter... A career high tying five 
tackles also came vs. North 
Carolina which mcluded a career 
high four initial hits. ..Also played 
well vs. N.C. State with three total 
tackles, two initial hits and one 
assisted tackle. ..Two tackles vs. 
Tulane in the season opener. ..Two 
stops in Maryland's victory over 
Duke. 

1994: Played m the season opener 
vs. Duke and had recorded a 
career high five tackles. ..Played 
consistently as back-up in middle 
and on special teams. 



1993: A redshirt year. 

At Hornell: A second team all- 
state performer and All-Rochester 
first team... Section V Most 
V.iliublc I'l.iyt'i A iwn yiMi 
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. ..All-county 
basketball player. ..Student Council 
class officer. 

Personal: Born 6/16/74. ..The son 
of Holly Hogan and Howard 
White. 





39 

Mike Worch 

Linebacker 

Sr* 5-11 212 

Rockville, Md. 

Major: Criminal Justice 

High School: St. John's 

Frostburg State University 

At Maryland: A hard working 
player who is the Terps long 
snapper on special teams and 
contributes depth at the 
linebacker position... Played on 
the junior varsity team at 



White's Statistics 








1994 


UT 


AT 


TT 




Duke 


3 


2 


5 




Florida State 


2 


1 


3 




West Virginia 
Wake Forest 



1 



1 



2 




Clemson 


2 





2 




North Carolina 


1 


1 


2 




Georgia Tech 
Tulane 


1 




1 


1 
1 




N.C. State 













Virginia 
Syracuse 
1994 Totals 




10 




6 




16 




1995 


UT 


AT 


TT 


Int. 


Tulane 


1 




2 




North Carolina 


4 




5 




West Virginia 
Duke 




1 




1 
2 




N.C. State 


2 




3 




Virginia 
1995 Totals 



8 


6 


1 
14 




Career Statistics 










Year 


UT 


AT 


TT 


Int. 


1994 


10 


6 


16 




1995 


8 


6 


14 




Totals 


18 


12 


30 





Frostburg State University before 
transferring to Maryland for the 
beginning of the 1995 fall practice 
session... A member of the 1995 
Scholar Athlete Honor Roll. 

1995: Perseverance allowed him 
to become a member of the Terps 
traveling squad... Earned his first 
action on the varsity vs. North 
Carolina as a long snapper on 
special teams. ..Played in one 
game. 

1994: Played on the Frostburg 
State University junior varsity 
squad. 

At St. John's: Played football at 
both St. John's and Walter 
Johnson High Schools... Played at 
St. John's during his freshman and 
senior years while playing at 
Walter Johnson during his 
sophomore and junior 
seasons... Captained the varsity 
during his semor season at St. 
John's and captained the Walter 
Johnson defense during his 
sophomore and junior 
seasons. ..Captained the golf team 
his senior season and played 
baseball during both of his years 
at Walter Johnson. 

Personal: Born 9/15/72.. .The son 
of Mary and Robert Worch. ..His 
grandfather, Jim Castiglia, played 
professional football for the 
Washington Redskins, 
Philadelphia Eagles and Baltimore 
Colts and major league baseball 
for the Philadelphia A's... Currently 
holds reserve status m the U.S. 
Marine Corps. ..Is a member of the 
Marine Aviation Logistics 
Squadron at Andrews Air Force 
Base. 



Maybe I should 
sit out next week, 
too. II 



Boomer Esiason joked 
in 1983 after Frank Reich 

filled in for the injured 

starter and led the Terps 

to a 13-7 victory over 

previously unbeaten Pitt. 



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84 

Jason Word 

Wide Receiver 

Sr 5-11 170 

Kansas City, Kan. 

Major: Government & 

Politics 

High School: Washington 

Butler Junior College 

At Maryland: Begins the season a 
second team wide receiver... 
Improved tremendously this past 
spring and he formed a better 
overall understanding of the 
Terps' offensive scheme. ..Has a 
great ability to catch passes and 
shows good quickness once he 
has made a reception.. .Has 
excellent hands... Among the top 
blockers on the receiving 
corps. ..Will also gain playing time 
on special teams as a kickoff and 
punt returner. 

1995: An active member of the 
receiving corps and kick return 
teams. ..Returned five punts for 52 
total yards but did not record any 
receptions... Big day in victory over 
West Virginia with a career high 
four kickoff returns for a career- 
high 47 yards... Averaged 11.8 
yards per return vs. the 
Mountaineers. ..Also returned one 
kickoff for five yards vs. North 
Carolina. 

At Butler: An honorable mention 
junior college All-America by JC 
Gridwire Magazine... Led the 
conference in both punt and 
kickoff returns during his second 
season.. Also led the team in 
receiving. 



99 
Jamie Wu 

Defensive Tackle 

Fr* 6-3 304 

St. Charles, 111. 

Major: Letters and Sciences 

High School: St. Charles 

At Maryland: A backup on the 
defensive line who will compete 
for playing time at the defensive 
tackle position... Will be part of the 
extraordinary depth on the 
defensive line and compete for 
playing time.A smart player who 
gives great effort on every 
play. ..Has worked hard to increase 
his quickness and improve his 
footwork. ..Competed for the Terp 
track and field squad as one of the 
top throwers on the team... A 1995 
outdoor season best of 15.56 
meters in the shot put came at the 
George Mason Spring Invitational 
while he finished sixth at the ACC 
sprmg Championships with a 
season best throw of 48.66 
meters. 



At Washington: A first team all- 
league selection as a 
senior... Stated at quarterback 
during both his junior and senior 
seasons on the varsity. ..Also a 
talented sprinter on the track 
team who qualified for the state 
championship meet during his 
senior season. ..Was a state 
championships qualifier in the 110 
meter and 300 meter hurdle 
events. 

Personal: Born 10/2 7/74... The son 
of Pamela and William Word, Jr. 



1995: A redshirt year. 

At St. Charles: An All-America 
selection by Scholastic Coach 
Magazine and Street and Smith's 
Magazine... An All-Midwest All- 
Star by Blue Chip Illustrated and 
the National Recruiting 
Advisor... A top-110 national prep 
selection by the Dallas Morning 
News... A First Team All-State 
selection as nose guard. ..Credited 
with 81 first hits, 15 assisted 
tackles, 21 quarterback hurries, 19 
tackles for loss and three 
quarterback sacks... Conference 
Most Valuable Player and Most 
Valuable Defensive Player as a 
senior ...Captain of the football 
team and MVP as a senior.. Also a 
standout track and field performer 
who earned All-America, All-State 
and All-Conference honors.A 
three-year wrestler who earned 
many accolades there, 
too.. .Carried a 4.0 grade point 
average throughout his high 
school career and chose the 
University of Maryland for its 
excellent School of Architecture... 

Personal: Born 9/18/77. ..The son 
of Donna and Robert Wu. 



I thought that 
was one of the 
most special 
things I've seen 
here in all my 
years. It would 
be hard to top 
that. 



Jack Faber, on the gesture 

from Boomer Esiason and 

Frank Reich of presenting 

the game ball to the 

student body after a 28-26 

Maryland victory over UNC. 




20 

Darin Young 

Punter 

Sr* 5-10 193 

Thurmont, Md. 

Major: Mechanical 

Engineering 

High School: Thomas 

Johnson 

At Maryland: A back-up punter 
who will compete for playing time 
from the beginning of pre-season 
camp... Is a very hard worker and 
has a very strong leg.. .Punts are 
high and long... Joined the team 
prior to the start of the 1995 
season and was a squad member 
his first year... A member of the 
1995 Scholar Athlete Honor Roll. 

1995: A redshirt year. 

At Thomas Johnson: First Team 
All-Conference and Second Team 
All-Area at kicker and defensive 
back his senior season... First 
Team All- Area kicker and 
Honorable Mention All-Conference 
and Honorable Mention All-Area 
defensive back as a junior... 
Second Team All-Conference 
kicker as a sophomore and 
Honorable Mention All-Conference 
kicker as a freshman. ..Earned 
three varsity letters in football, 
two in track and field and played 
on the junior varsity basketball 
team as a sophomore. 

Personal: Born 6/16/73. ..The son 
of Lillian and Harvey 
Young.. Attended the University of 
North Carolina Charlotte from 
1992-94 and was a member of the 
rugby team. 



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82 

Phil Booker 

Tight End 

Jr* 6-2 192 

Baltimore, Md. 

Major: Electrical 

Engineering 

High School: Boy's Latin 



85 

Will Clark 

Wide Receiver 
Jr* 5-10 179 

Columbia, Pa. 
Major: Geography 
High School: Catholic 





30 

Craig Richardson 

Defensive Back 

Fr* 5-9 163 

Brooklyn, N.Y. 

Major: Criminology and 

Criminal Justice 

High School: South Shore 



85 

Marlon Clary 

Defensive End 

Jr 6-3 233 

Fort Washington, Md. 

Major: Government and 

Politics 

High School: Nottoway 




31 

Huggie Robinson 

Running Back 
Fr* 5-7 208 

Steubenville, Ohio 
Major: Letters & Sciences 
High School: Steubenville 




Athletic Director Deborah A. Yow (left) and Coach Mark Duffner (right) accept Maryland's 
second CFA Award for graduation rates in three years. Making the presentation is Dr. William 
E. Tucker, CFA chairman of the board. 



105 



Getting the Word Out On Terprospects, Newcomer Roster 







Newcomers/ Incoming Freshmen 




Name 


Position 


Ht. 


Wt. 


Hometown/High (Previous) School 


Damone Boone 


RB 


5-9 


175 


Springfield, Va./West Springfield 


Dermal Brown 


RB 


6-0 


205 


Newburgh, N.Y. /Marlboro Central 


Malik Campbell 


QB 


6-3 


175 


Buffalo, N.Y./Tumer Carroll 


Omar Cheeseboro 


WR 


6-3 


175 


East Orange, N.J./Immaculate Conception 


Moises Cruz 


WR 


6-0 


185 


Germantown, Md. /Seneca Valley 


Shawn Forte 


ATH 


6-2 


185 


Poughkeepsie, N.Y./Poughkeepsie 


Julian Hambrick 


DE 


6-3 


245 


Elizabeth, N.J./Elizabeth 


Timothy Howard 


OL 


6-5 


280 


Leonardo, N.J./Middletown South 


Mike Hull 


DL 


6-5 


225 


Hagerstown, Md. /South Hagerstown 


Curtis Jones 


WR 


6-4 


180 


Lancaster, Pa./Conestoga Valley 


Jason McCauley 


DL 


6-3 


265 


Key West, Fla./Key West 


Frank Mentzel 


FB 


6-2 


240 


Clark, N.J. /Johnson Regional 


Ramon Olivares 


DL 


6-5 


280 


Shirley, N.Y./Nassau Community College 


Kenny Rogers 


RB 


5-10 


190 


Monmouth Junction, N.J. /South Brunswick 


Lewis Sanders 


DB 


6-0 


170 


Staten Island, N.Y./St. Peter's Prep 


Sean Starner 


P 


6-0 


180 


Mechamcsburg, Pa. /Cedar Cliff 


Ben Thomas 


OL/DL 


6-2 


275 


Avoca, Pa. /Riverside 


Brett Trammell 


OL 


6-5 


315 


Constantia, N.Y./Moore 


Jon Watkins 


LB 


6-0 


240 


Perth Amboy, N.Y. /Perth Amboy 


Harold Westley 


RB/WR 


5-8 


170 


Deerfield Beach, Fla. /Cardinal Gibbons 


Vincent Xanthos 


OL 


6-4 


265 


Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. /St. Thomas Aquinas 



Damone Boone 

Running Back 
Fr 5-9 175 

Springfield, Va. 
High School: West 
Springfield 

At West Springfield: The state of 
Virginia's 1995 Player of the Year 
who has 4.35 40 speed. ..Voted All- 
America by Parade, Blue Chip and 
National Recruiting Advisor... Won 
the Timmie Award as the 
Washington Region's top 
scholastic player. ..One of the top 
50 players in the nation.. A two- 
time all-district and all-region 
player. ..Twice a second team all- 
state pick... Rushed for 30 
touchdowns. ..Had 500 yards in a 
single game ...Tom Lemming All- 
ACC Area. ..No. 13 ranked player 
in Virginia by Super Prep... Also 
ran relays for the track squad. 

Personal: Born 4/16/78. ..The son 
of Evelyn and Cleo Boone. 





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i 






Dermal Brown 

Running Back 

Fr 6-0 205 

Newburgh, N.Y. 

High School: Marlboro 

Central 

At Marlboro Central: A first round 
pick (14th overall) in the 1996 
Major League Baseball Draft to 
Kansas City. ..Ranked one of top 10 
prep baseball players m the 
nation. ..Has 4.6 40 speed. ..One of 
nation's top two-sport athletes... In 
football, Blue Chip All- 
America.. .Super Prep All- 
America... Tom Lemming's All- 
East. ..Rated No. 5 player in New 
York by Lemming.... National 
Recruiting Advisor All-East... 
Rushed for over 5,000 yards and 75 
career touchdowns in high school... 
Became New York's all-time 
leading rusher. Voted Player of the 
Year by Pouglikeepsie Journal as a 
senior.. .An all-league selection for 
four years. ..Coached by Walter 
SamselskL.Had a .396 batting 
average with six homeruns, 26 
RBIs and 17 stolen bases as an 
outfielder last spring.. .Four-time 
all-league. .A Poughkeepsie 
Journal all-star earning Player of 
the Year honors as a junior. 



Personal: Born 3/27/78. ..The son 
| of Mary and Rudolph Brown. 



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Malik Campbell 

Quarterback 

Fr 6-3 175 

Buffalo, NY. 

High School: Turner Carroll 

At Turner Carroll: Two-time New 
York State Gatorade Player of the 
Year.. Has 4.5 40 speed. ..An All- 
America selection by Tom 
Lemming and Blue Chip. ..Super 
Prep and National Recruiting 
Advisor All-East. A USA Today 
All-America Honorable 
Mention ..Accounted for over 
2,000 yards of offense as a 
senior. ..Averaged 14 yards per 
punt return.. .Also a Division I 
prospect baseball. 

Personal: Born 6/16/77.. .The son 
of Lillie and Tony Campbell. 



Omar Cheeseboro 

Wide Receiver 

Fr 6-3 175 

East Orange, N.J. 

High School: Immaculate 

Conception 

At Immaculate Conception: An 

all-state player who has 4.5 40 
speed. .Led 1994 squad to the 
state title. ..Team was conference 
champion for two consecutive 
years. ..Super Prep All-America 
and ranked fifth-best receiver in 
the country. ..Blue Chip All- 
America.. .Tom Lemming's All-East 
team. ..National Recruiting Advisor 
All-Amenca Honorable 
Mention. ..One of New Jersey's top 
15 players. ..Also a Division I 
basketball recruit who reached the 
1000-point plateau durmg his high 
school career. 

Personal: Born 2/14/77. The son 
of Ruby and Sam Thomas. 

Moises Cruz 

Wide Receiver 

Fr 6-0 185 

Germantown, Md. 

High School: Seneca Valley 

At Seneca Valley: A versatile 
player who competed on both 
sides of the ball. .Has 4.5 40 
speed ...Named All-ACC Area by 
Tom Lemming, National . 
Recruiting Advisor and Blue 
Chip ...Named all-county as a wide 



receiver. ..Also played baseball and 
basketball and ran track.. An 
honor roll student 

Personal: Born 3/2/78 : ..The son of 
Maryland Ibarra and Angel Cruz. 

Shawn Forte 

Athlete 

Fr 6-2 185 

Poughkeepsie, NY. 

High School: Poughkeepsie 

At Poughkeepsie: A well-rounded 
athlete who can play almost any 
position. ..Has 4.6 40 speed. ..All- 
state as a quarterback. ..Accounted 
for 1,500 yards of total offense and 
22 touchdowns as a 
senior.. .Selected All-East by Tom 
Lemming, National Recruiting 
Advisor and Super Prep... A Blue 
Chip All-America. ..Played 
basketball and ran track. 

Personal: Bom 1/20/77.. .The son 
of Gail and Willie Williams. 

Julian Hambrick 

Defensive End 

Fr 6-3 245 

Elizabeth, N.J. 

High School: Elizabeth 

At Elizabeth: An all-state 
selection with 4.7 40 speed. ..Tom 
Lemming's All-East team... A 
National Recruiting Advisor All- 
East selection. ..One of New 
Jersey's top players. ..Tallied 101 
tackles and eight sacks as a 
senior. 

Personal: Born 6/7/78... The son of 
Deborah Hambnck. 

Timothy Howard 

Offensive Lineman 

Fr 6-5 280 

Leonardo, N.J. 

High School: Middletown 

South 

At Middletown South: A Super 
Prep and Blue Chip All-America 
who led his squad to the state 
championship as a senior.. .Squad 
ranked third in the state... Top 
lineman in New Jersey and No. 
two in the Northeast... Viewed as 
the 23rd best lineman in the 
nation.. .First Team selection for 
all-state, all-county and All- 




Shore. ..Recognized with the Vince 
Lombardi Award for outstanding 
lineman in the conference. ..Listed 
on the NJFCA Super 100 
Team. ..Coached by Keith 
Comeforo... Competed in the shot 
put in track & field. 

Personal: Born 8/8/78... The son of 
Patricia and Russell Howard. 

Mike Hull 

Defensive Lineman 
Fr 6-5 225 

Hagerstown, Md. 
High School: South 
Hagerstown 

At South Hagerstown: Played 
both defensive line and offensive 
guard.. .Has 4.9 40 speed ..A Super 
Prep Mid-Atlantic Team 
selection... Blue Chip Second Team 
All-America. ..Named honorable 
mention All-USA Today. ..Selected 
to Tom Lemming's All-ACC Area 
squad. ..An honorable mention 
National Recruiting Advisor All- 
ACC team. ..First team All- 
State. ..Washington County 
Defensive Player of the 
Year. ..Selected all-county, All- 
MVAL and all-area at both 
offensive guard and defensive 
lineman... Coached by Greg 
Kellick... National Honor Society 
member... Also played basketball 
and baseball. ..Named second team 
all-county and All-MVAL in 
baseball. 

Personal: Bom 4/23/78.. .The son 
of Nancy and Donald Hull. 



Curtis Jones 

Wide Receiver 

Fr 6-4 180 

Lancaster, Pa. 

High School: Conestoga 

Valley 

At Conestoga Valley: Team's 
Most Valuable Player. Has 4.6 40 
speed... Selected Blue Chip All- 
Region... Listed in 1994 USA Today 
Player to Watch in 
preseason. ..Team was district 
runnerup that season... Coached 
by Jerad Novack...Also played 
basketball on the district runnerup 
squad. ..Achieved a 3.0 GPA. 

Personal: Born 1/22/77. .The son 
of Melba L. Jones and Gilbert L. 
Jones. 



Jason McCauley 

Defensive Lineman 
Fr 6-3 265 

Key West, Fla. 
High School: Key West 

At Key West: Florida's 4-A 
Defensive Player of the 
Year.. .Named to Tom Lemming's 
All-Florida team.. .National 
Recruiting Advisor All-Florida 
pick... Blue Chip All-Southeast 
selection. ..Recorded 114 tackles 
and 11 sacks as a senior.. .Had 216 
career tackles. ..Holds season and 
career marks for tackles by a 
lineman... Rotary Club 
MVP... District Player of the 
Year. Coached by Andy Siegal. 

Personal: Bom 11/24/77.. .The son 
of Leslie Ann Kreutzberg. 

Frank Mentzel 

Fullback 

Fr 6-2 240 

Clark, N.J. 

High School: Johnson 

Regional 

At Johnson Regional: The county 
scoring leader with 16 
touchdowns and three two-point 
conversions. ..Rushed for 800 
yards... Tallied 70 tackles and four 
sacks on defense. ..Led team to 11- 
record and state 
championship.. .An all-state 
honoree...An All-East selection by 
Tom Lemming, Blue Chip and 



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Super Prep with honorable 
mentions by National Recruiting 
Advisor.. .Coached by Bob Taylor. 

Personal: Born 3/27/78. ..The son 
of Barbara and Thomas Mentzel. 

Ramon Olivares 

Defensive Lineman 
Jr 6-5 280 

Shirley, N.Y. 
Junior College: Nassau 
Community College 

At Nassau: An all-conference 
selection... National Recruiting 
Advisor Top 75 Junior College 
Players in the Nation. ..Listed 
among Tom Lemming's Top 
Junior College Players in the 
Nation... Super Prep's No. 67 J.C. 
Player in the nation. 

Personal: Born 11/19/75. ..The son 
of Elizabeth and Ramon Olivares. 

Kenny Rogers 

Running Back 

Fr 5-10 190 

Monmouth Junction, N.J. 

High School: South 

Brunswick 

Personal: An all-division running 
back for three years. ..Selected 
Player of the Year by The 
Times.. .All-State Super 100 
team.. .An academic all-star... All- 
county and all-area for two 
years... Team captain who was the 
school's first football player since 
1977 to rush for 1,000 yards in a 
season with 1,432 as a 
senior. ..Tallied 3,023 yards on the 
ground in his career with 37 
touchdowns. ..An All-East 
selection by Tom Lemming, Super 
Prep, Blue Chip and National 
Recruiting Advisor (honorable 
mention)... Honor Roll student in 
1994 and 1995.. .Coached by John 
Coppola... Also starred in 
baseball. ..An all-division outfielder 
and team captain. 

Personal: Born 3/15/77.. .The son 
of Sheryl Avery. 




Lewis Sanders 

Defensive Back 
Fr 6-0 170 

Staten Island, N.Y. 
High School: St. Peter's 
Prep 

At St. Peter's Prep: Played on 
offense and defense. ..Second team 
all-state. ..An all-star pick by both 
New York Daily News and New 
York Newsday in 1994 and 
1995... All-league two 
years. ..Named All-East by Tom 
Lemming, Super Prep and 
National Recruiting Advisor... A 
Blue Chip All-America.. .As a 
senior Tallied 50 tackles and three 
interceptions on defense along 
with 800 yards rushing and 10 
touchdowns... Coached by Bill 
Sullivan... Second in national track 
and field meet in 55 meters. ..One 
of fastest prospects in the nation 
with 10.4 100 meter speed. 

Personal: Born 6/22/78.. .The son 
of Vanessa and Lewis Sanders. 

Sean Starner 

Punter 

Fr 6-0 180 

Mechanicsburg, Pa. 
High School: Cedar Cliff 

At Cedar Cliff: A Biue Chip All- 
America punter. ..Posted a career 
punting average of 42.3 
yards. ..Number two in the state 
for three years. ..An all-state 
punter. ..Recognized with all- 
conference honors as a punter and 
defensive back... Selected for East 
& West All-Star game... Threw 
winning touchdown pass against 
Harnsburg as senior. ..Coached by 
Bob Craig... Also played basketball 
and baseball. ..Invited to Colorado 
Rockies tryout. 

Personal: Born 9/15/77.. .The son 
of Kathy and Alan Starner. 



Ben Thomas 

Offensive Lineman/ 
Defensive Lineman 
Fr 6-2 275 

Avoca, Pa. 
High School: Riverside 

At Riverside: Second team all- 
state and first team all-region at 
guard... First team all-scholastic on 
offense and defense. ..James 
Hookey Reap Award for Best 
Offensive Lineman in Lackawanna 
County... Named All-East by Blue 
Chip with honorable mention 
recognition by Tom Lemming, 
National Recruiting Advisor and 
Super Prep... First player in 20 
years at school to be all- 
state. ..Coached by Steve 
Armillay...Also competed in track 
& field in discus and shot put. ..An 
all-conference selection. 

Personal: Born 3/17/78. ..The son 
of Elizabeth A. and William 
Thomas. 

Brett Trammell 

Offensive Lineman 

Fr 6-5 315 

Constantia, N.Y. 

High School: Central Square 

At Central Square: A first team 
all-league player who was also all- 
state on defense. ..Named All- 
America by Tom Lemmings...A 
Super Prep All-East honorable 
mention. ..Selected National 
Recruiting Advisor All-New 
York. ..Coached by John 
Irion.. .1995 New York Unlimited 
Class Power Lifting Champion... 
Finished 4th in state 
championship outdoor track and 
field meet in shot put as junior. 

Personal: Born 12/23/77. The son 
of Judi and Sid Trammell. 

Ion Watkins 

Linebacker 

Fr 6-0 240 

Perth Amboy, N.J. 

High School: Perth Amboy 

At Perth Amboy: School's 
Defensive Player of the 
Year... Honored as an all-county, 
all-conference all-area and all- 
division player... Third team all- 
state honoree... Named Super Prep 



Preseason All- America... All-East 
selection by Tom Lemmings and 
National Recruiting Advisor.. .A 
Blue Chip All-America. ..Coached 
by Joe Stmson... Lettered in 
wrestling earning school's 1994 
Wrestler of the Year honors. 

Personal: Born 7/26/77. ..The son 
of Carole E. Watkins and Jon A. 
Watkins, Sr. 

Harold Westley 

Running Back/ 

Wide Receiver 

Fr 5-8 170 

Deerfield Beach, Fla. 

High School: Cardinal 

Gibbons 

At Cardinal Gibbons: A quick 
player with 4.35 40 speed. ..Rated 
Top 50 in Florida in 1994 by 
National Recruiting Advisor. ..An 
All-South selection by Tom 
Lemming and Blue Chip... Ran 
10.38 100 meters in high school as 
one of nation's fastest prep 
sprinters. 

Personal: Born 1/2/77. ..The son of 
Helen and Harold Westley. 

Vincent Xanthos 

Offensive Lineman 
Fr 6-4 265 

Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. 
High School: St. Thomas 
Aquinas 

At St. Thomas Aquinas: A three- 
year letterwinner...An all-state 
athlete who led squad to state 
semifinals.. .A Super Prep All- 
America. ..Rated No. 7 in Florida as 
prospect and rated the No. 5 
prospect in Broward County by 
the Miami Herald. ..Outstanding 
wrestler who is three-time District 
Champion... Coached by George 
Smith... Also earned two letters in 
volleyball and one letter in track 
and field. 

Personal: Born 11/14/77.. .The son 
of Gloria and Tony Xanthos. 



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UNIVERSITY OF NORTHERN ILLINOIS 

August 31, 1996 

Byrd Stadium, College Park, Md. 

Location: DeKalb, 111. 

Nickname: Huskies 

Stadium Name/Capacity: Huskie Stadium/31,000 

Enrollment: 22,218 

Colors: Cardinal and Black 

President: John E. La Tourette Joe Novak 

Director of Athletics: Ms Cary Groth 

First Year of Football: 1899 

1995 Overall Record: 3-8-0 

Conference Record/Finish: Big West/3-3/T4th 

Sports Information Director: Mike Korcek 

Office Phone: (815) 753-1706 

Home Phone: (815) 758-1238 

Sports Information Address: 112 Chick Evans Field 

House. DeKalb, 111. 60115-2854 

FAX Number: (815) 753-9540 

Head Coach/Alma Mater, Year: Joe Novak/Miami (Ohio), Charles Talley 

1967 

Record at School/Years: First Year 

Overall Record/Years: First Year 

Best Time to Contact Coach: Weekdays, Noon - 1 p.m. 

Assistant Coaches/Alma Mater, Year/Position: Paul "Rocky "Alt/ 

Wittenburg, 1971/Offensive Coordinator, Quarterbacks; Bob Heffner/ 

Temple, 1979/Offensive Line; Sidney McNairy/Purdue, 1993/Wide 

Receivers; Todd Schonhar/Clemson, 1986/Running Backs; Mike Sabock/ 

Baldwin-Wallace, 1977/Tight Ends, Recruiting Coordinator; Mike 

Mallory/Michigan. 1985/Defensive Coordinator, Linebackers; Mark 

Hagen/Indiana, 1992/Defensive Tackles; Todd Middleton/Wake Forest, 

1990/Defensive Ends; Scott Shafer/Baldwin- Wallace, 1990/Defensive 

Secondary. 

Lettermen Returning/Lost: 41/20 

Starters Returning/Lost: 15/10 

Offensive Formation: I-Formation 

Defensive Formation: Attack 4-3 



Series Record: First Meeting 

First Game: First Meeting 

Last Game: First Meeting 

First Maryland Win: First Meeting 

Last Maryland Win: First Meeting 

First Opponent Win: First Meeting 

Last Opponent Win: First Meeting 

Last Maryland Win at Byrd Stadium: First Meeting 

Last Opponent Win at Byrd Stadium: First Meeting 

Last Maryland Win at Opponent Stadium: First Meeting 

Last Opponent Win at Opponent Stadium: First Meeting 

Last Maryland Shutout: First Meeting 

Last Opponent Shutout: First Meeting 




1996 Schedule 

Aug. 31 at Maryland 

Sept. 7 Western Illinois 

Sept. 14 at Perm State 

Sept. 21 at Arkansas State 

Sept. 28 Texas-El Paso 

Oct. 5 North Texas 

Oct. 19 at Louisville 

Oct. 26 Akron 

Nov. 2 Louisiana Tech 

Nov. 9 at SW Louisiana 

Nov. 16 at Oregon State 



1995 Results 

Aug 31 at Southern Mississippi 

Sept. 9 Louisville 

Sept. 16 at San Jose State 

Sept. 23 SW Louisiana 

Sept 30 at Kansas State 

Oct. 7 Nevada-Las Vegas 

Oct. 14 at Utah State 

Oct. 28 Cincinnati 

Nov. 4 at Florida 

Nov. 11 Arkansas State 

Nov. 18 at Louisiana Tech 



13-45 

21-34 

18-17 

25-24 

0-44 

62-14 

7-42 

L, 19-55 

L, 20-58 

L, 21-28 

L, 14-59 



Top Returning Statistical Leaders 

Rushing Att. Yards Avg TD 

Charles Talley 285 1540 5.4 7 

Scott Florence 41 267 6.5 2 

Passing Att. Comp. Yards Pet. 

Brandon Barker 32 15 291 .469 

Receiving Rec. Yards Avg. TD 

Deon Mitchell 23 272 11.8 2 

Mitch Jacoby 9 183 20.3 1 

Tackles Total TFL 

Steve Smith 77 4 

Salim Phillips 75 3 



TD 
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UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA-BIRMINGHAM 

September 7, 1996 

Byrd Stadium, College Park, Md. 

Location: Birmingham. Ala. 

Nickname: Blazers 

Stadium Name/Capacity: Legion Field/83,091 

Enrollment: 16,252 

Colors: Forest Green and Old Gold 

President: Dr. J. Claude Bennett 

Director of Athletics: Gene Bartow 

First Year of Football: 1991 

1995 Overall Record: 5-6 (Division 1-AA) 

Conference Record/Finish: NA 

Sports Information Director: Grant Shingleton 

Office Phone: (205) 934-0722 

Home Phone: (205) 823-2857 

Sports Information Address: 711 South 11th St., 

Birmingham, Ala. 35294 

FAX Number: (205) 975-9865 

Head Coach/Alma Mater, Year: Watson 

Brown/Vanderbilt, 1973 

Record at School/Years: 5-6/1 Year 

Overall Record/Years: 37-83-1/11 Years 

Best Time to Contact Coach: 11 a.m. - Noon 

Assistant Coaches/Alma Mater, Year/Position: Rick Christophel/Austin 

Peay, 1975/Offensive Coordinator; Larry Crowe/Alabama Birmingham, 

1994/Tight Ends; Pat Donohoe/Wayne State, 1977/Defensive Line; Cale 

Gundy/Oklahoma, 1994/Running Backs; Robert Henry /Mississippi, 

1977/Linebackers; John Neal/Bngham Young, 1980/Defensive Backs; 

Toby Neinas/Missoun, 1992/Outside Linebackers; George 

Pugh/ Alabama, 1986/Defensive Ends; Larry VanDerHeyden/Iowa State, 

1962/Offensive Line. 

Lettermen Returning/Lost: 51/12 

Starters Returning/Lost: 16/6 

Offensive Formation: Multiple 

Defensive Formation: 4-3 




Kevin Drake 



Series Record: First Game 

First Game: First Game 

Last Game: First Game 

First Maryland Win: First Game 

Last Maryland Win: First Game 

First Opponent Win: First Game 

Last Opponent Win: First Game 

Last Maryland Win at Byrd Stadium: First Game 

Last Opponent Win at Byrd Stadium: First Game 

Last Maryland Win at Opponent Stadium: First Game 

Last Opponent Win at Opponent Stadium: First Game 

Last Maryland Shutout: First Game 

Last Opponent Shutout: First Game 



LAZERS 




1996 Schedule 

Aug. 31 at Auburn 

Sept. 7 at Maryland 

Sept. 14 Arkansas State 

Sept. 21 Jacksonville State 

Oct. 5 Western Kentucky 

Oct. 19 SW Louisiana 

Oct. 26 at Louisiana Tech 

Nov. 2 at Vanderbilt 

Nov. 9 Central Florida 

Nov. 16 Cincinnati 

Nov. 21 Charleston Southern 



1995 Results 

Sept. 2 Alabama State L, 3-13 

Sept. 9 at Southwestern Louisiana L, 21-56 

Sept. 16 Jacksonville State L, 26-28 

Sept. 23 at Western Kentucky L. 18-32 

Sept. 30 at Middle Tennessee State L, 13-28 

Oct. 7 Wofford W, 28-0 

Oct. 14 at North Texas W, 19-14 

Oct. 28 at Troy State L, 7-60 

Nov. 4 Charleston Southern W, 40-14 

Nov. 1 1 Knoxvule College W, 61-8 

Nov. 18 Miles College W, 37-8 



Top Returning Statistical Leaders 



Rushing 
Keith Roland 
Chris Daniels 

Passing 
Kevin Drake 
Rodney Hudson 

Receiving 

Lamar Lee 
Omar Parker 

Tackles 
Kerry Frazier 
Alan Willis 



Att. 
97 
83 

Att. 

113 
66 

Rec. 
16 
15 

Total 
91 
85 



Yards 

463 
449 

Comp. 
51 
33 

Yards 
224 
302 

TFL 
6 
2 



Avg. 
4.8 

5.4 

Yards 

691 
414 

Avg. 
14.0 
20.1 



TD 

4 
5 

Pet. 

.451 
.500 

TD 

2 
2 



TD Int. 
3 6 

1 4 



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George Welsh 




Tiki Barber 



UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA 

September 14, 1996 

Scott Stadium, Charlottesville, Va. 

Location: Charlottesville, Va. 

Nickname: Cavaliers, Wahoos 

Stadium Name/Capacity: David A. Harrison III Field at 

Scott Stadium/40,000 

Enrollment: 18,073 

Colors: Orange and Blue 

President: John T. Casteen 

Director of Athletics: Terry Holland 

First Year of Football: 1888 

1995 Overall Record: 9-4-0 

Conference Record/Finish: 7-1-0/Tlst 

Sports Information Director: Rich Murray 

Office Phone: (804) 982-5500 

Home Phone: (804) 978-2966 

Sports Information Address: P.O. Box 3785, University 

Hall, Corner Massie and Alderman Rd., Charlottesville, 

Va. 22093 

FAX Number: (804) 982-5525 

Head Coach/ Alma Mater, Year: George Welsh/Navy, 1956 

Record at School/Years: 98-63-3/14 Years 

Overall Record/Years: 153-104/23 Years 

Best Time to Contact Coach: Through Sports Information 

Assistant Coaches/Alma Mater, Year/Position: Joe Krivak/Syracuse, 

1957/Quarterbacks; Rick Lantz, Central Connecticut St., 1963/Defensive 

Coordinator and Linebackers; Art Markos/Spnngfield College, 

1970/Defensive Backs; Tom O'Brien/Navy, 1974/Offensive Coordinator 

and Offensive Line; Bob Petchel/Syracuse, 1975/Defensive Ends; Jerry 

Petercuskie/Boston College, 1975/Defensive Tackles; Andre 

Powell/Indiana University, 1988/Runnmg Backs; Tom Sherman/Penn 

State, 1968/Wide Receivers; Danny Wilmer/East Carolina, 

1972/Recruitmg Coordinator and Tight Ends. 

Lettermen Returning/Lost: 33/27 

Starters Returning/Lost: 13/11 

Offensive Formation: Multiple I 

Defensive Formation: 4-3 

Series Record: Maryland leads, 37-20-2 

First Game: October 11, 1919, Maryland 13, Virginia 

Last Game: November 11, 1995; Virginia 21, Maryland 18 

First Maryland Win: Octobei 11. 1919; Maryland 13, Virginia 

Last Maryland Win: September 7, 1991; Maryland 17, Virginia 6 

First Opponent Win: October 24. 1925; Virginia 6, Maryland 

Last Opponent Win: November 11, 1995; Virginia 21, Maryland 18 

Last Maryland Win at Byrd Stadium: September 7, 1991; Maryland 17, Virginia 6 

Last Opponent Win at Byrd Stadium: September 4, 1993; Virginia 43, Maryland 29 

Last Maryland Win at Opponent Stadium: November 17, 1990, Maryland 35, Virginia 30 

Last Opponent Win at Opponent Stadium: November 12, 1994; Virginia 46, Maryland 21 

Last Maryland Shutout: November 1, 1980, Maryland 31, Virginia 

Last Opponent Shutout: November 6, 1943; Virginia 39, Maryland 



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1996 Schedule 

Sept. 7 Central Michigan 

Sept. 14 Maryland 

Sept. 21 at Wake Forest 

Sept. 28 Texas 

Oct. 5 at Georgia Tech 

Oct. 19 N.C. State 

Oct. 26 at Florida State 

Nov. 2 at Duke 

Nov. 9 Clemson 

Nov. 16 North Carolina 

Nov. 29 at Virginia Tech 



1995 Results 

Aug. 28 at Michigan L, 17-18 

Sept. 2 William & Mary W, 40-16 

Sept. 9 at N.C. State W, 29-24 

Sept.16 Georgia Tech W, 41-14 

Sept.23 at Clemson W, 22-3 

Sept.30 Wake Forest W, 35-17 

Oct. 7 at North Carolina L, 17-22 

Oct. 14 Duke W, 44-30 

Oct. 21 at Texas L, 16-17 

Nov. 2 Florida State W, 33-28 

Nov.ll at Maryland W, 21-18 

Nov. 18 Virginia Tech L, 29-36 

Dec. 30 Georgia W, 34-27 
(Peach Bowl) 



Top Returning Statistical Leaders 

Rushing Att. Yards Avg. TD 

Tiki Barber 265 1.397 5.3 14 

Darrell Medley 33 135 4.1 

Passing Att. Comp. Yards Pet. 

Tim Sherman 17 11 182 .647 

Aaron Brooks 2 .000 

Receiving Rec. Yards Avg. TD 

Germane Crowell 27 371 13.7 5 

Tiki Barber 22 216 9.8 2 

Tackles Total TFL 

James Farrior 122 6 

Jamie Sharper 95 8 



TD Int. 
2 

1 




Don Nehlen 




Chad Johnston 



WEST VIRGINIA 

September 28, 1996 

Mountaineer Field, Morgantown, W.Va. 

Location: Morgantown, W.Va. 

Nickname: Mountaineers 

Stadium Name/Capacity: Mountaineer Field/63,500 

Enrollment: 23,000 

Colors: Old Gold and Blue 

President: David C. Hardesty. Jr. 

Director of Athletics: Ed Pastilong 

First Year of Football: 1891 

1995 Overall Record: 5-6 

Conference Record/Finish: 4-3/4th 

Sports Information Director: Shelly Poe 

Office Phone: (304) 293-2821 

Home Phone: (304) 599-7259 

Sports Information Address: P.O. Box 0877, 

Morgantown, W.V. 26507 

FAX Number: (304) 293-4105 

Head Coach/Alma Mater, Year: Don Nehlen/Bowlmg 

Green, 1958 

Record at School/Years: 115-68-4/16 Years 

Overall Record/Years: 168-103-8/25 Years 

Best Time to Contact Coach: Through Big East Conference Call 

Assistant Coaches/Alma Mater, Year/Position: Doc Holliday/West 

Virginia, 1979/Wide Receivers; Steve Dunlap/West Virginia, 1976/Inside 

Linebackers; Dan Simrell/Toledo, 1966/Quarterbacks; Desmond 

Robinson/Pittsburgh, 1978/Runnmg Backs; Bill Kirelawich/Salem, 

1970/Defensive Line; Bill Legg/West Virginia, 1985/Centers, Offensive 

Guards; Dave McMichael/Bowling Green, 1974/Tight Ends, Offensive 

Tackles; Jerry Holmes/West Virginia, 1980/Defensive Backs; Donnie 

Young/West Virginia, 1965/Outside Linebackers. 

Lettermen Returning/Lost: 42/18 

Starters Returning/Lost: 15/8 

Offensive Formation: Multiple I 

Defensive Formation: Multiple Fronts 

Series Record: Maryland leads, 16-15-2 

First Game: October 18, 1919; West Virginia 27, Maryland 

Last Game: September 16, 1995; Maryland 31, West 

Virginia 17 

First Maryland Win: Novembei 1, 1947: Maryland 27, West 

Virginia 

Last Maryland Win: September 16, 1995; Maryland 31, 

West Virginia 17 

First Opponent Win: October 18, 1919; West Virginia 27, 

Maryland 

Last Opponent Win: September 18, 1993; West Virginia 42, Maryland 37 

Last Maryland Win at Byrd Stadium: September 16, 1995; Maryland 31, West Virginia 17 

Last Opponent Win at Byrd Stadium: September 18, 1993; West Virginia 42, Maryland 37 

Last Maryland Win at Opponent Stadium: September 17, 1994; Maryland 24, West 

Virginia 13 

Last Opponent Win at Opponent Stadium: September 19, 1992: West Virginia 34, 

Maryland 33 

Last Maryland Shutout: September 21, 1985; Maryland 28, West Virginia 

Last Opponent Shutout: October 18, 1919; West Virginia 27, Maryland 



^ 



1996 Schedule 


Aug. 31 


at Pittsburgh 


Sept. 7 


Western Michigan 


Sept. 14 


East Carolina 


Sept. 21 


at Purdue 


Sept. 26 


Maryland 


Oct. 5 


Boston College 


Oct. 19 


at Temple 


Oct. 26 


Miami (Fla.) 


Nov. 2 


Syracuse 


Nov. 9 


at Rutgers 


Nov. 23 


at Virginia Tech 



1995 Results 



Sept. 2 
Sept. 9 
Sept.16 
Sept.23 
Sept.30 
Oct. 14 
Oct. 21 
Oct. 28 
Nov. 4 
Nov. 18 
Nov. 24 



Purdue 

Temple 

at Maryland 

Kent 

at East Carolina 

at Boston College 

at Syracuse 

Virginia Tech 

Rutgers 

at Miami 

Pittsburgh 



L, 24-26 

W, 24-13 

L, 17-31 

W, 45-6 

L, 20-23 

W, 31-19 

L, 0-22 

L, 0-27 

W, 59-26 

L, 12-17 

W, 21-0 



Top Returning Statistical Leaders 



Rushing 

Leroy White 
Curtis Keaton 

Passing 

Chad Johnston 

Receiving 

David Saunders 
Rahsaan Vanterpool 

Tackles 
Bernard Russ 
Charles Emanuel 



Att. 
42 
28 

Att. 
248 

Rec. 
38 
34 

Total 
78 
63 



Yards 

260 
136 

Comp. 
127 

Yards 

682 
606 

TFL 
6 




Avg. 
6.2 
4.9 

Yards 

2,019 

Avg. 

18.0 
17.8 



TD 

1 


Pet. 

.512 

TD 
5 
3 



TD 
13 



Int. 

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Tremayne 
Stephens 



N.C. STATE 

October 5, 1996 

Byrd Stadium, College Park, Md. 

Location: Raleigh, N C 

Nickname: Wolfpack 

Stadium Name/Capacity: Carter-Finley/52,000 

Enrollment: 27,537 

Colors: Red and White 

Chancellor: Dr Larry K Monteith 

Director of Athletics: TBA 

First Year of Football: 1892 

1995 Overall Record: 3-8 

Conference Record/Finish: 2-6/7th 

Sports Information Director: Mark Bockelman 

Office Phone: (919) 515-2102 

Home Phone: (919) 662-9220 

Sports Information Address: Box 8501, 113 Reynolds 

Coliseum, Cates Avenue, Raleigh, N.C. 27695 

FAX Number: (919) 515-2898 

Head Coach/ Alma Mater, Year: Mike O'Cain/Clemson, 

1977 

Record at School/Years: 19-16-0/3 Years 

Overall Record/Years: 19-16-0/3 Years 

Best Time to Contact Coach: 11 00-1:00 daily 

Assistant Coaches/ Alma Mater, Year/Position: Ted Cain/Furman, 

1974/Offensive Coordinator, Tight Ends, Tackles; Jeff Snlpes/Furman, 

1981/Co-Defensive Coordinator, Defensive Ends; Kent Bnggs/Western 

Carolina, 1979/Co-Defensive Coordinator, Defensive Secondary; Robbie 

Caldwell/Furman, 1976/Guards and Centers; Jimmy Kiser/Furman, 

1979/Quarterbacks and Receivers; Dick Portee/Eastem Illinois, 

1965/Runnmg Backs; Brette Simmons/Furman, 1979/Defensive Tackles; 

Ken Pettus/Newberry, 1973/Administrative Assistant and Special 

Teams; David Turner/Davidson, 1985/Linebackers. 

Lettermen Returning/Lost: 51/12 

Starters Returning/Lost: 13/9 

Offensive Formation: Pro I 

Defensive Formation: 4-3 

Series Record: The Series is tied, 24-24-4 

First Game: 1909; N.C. State 31, Maryland 

Last Game: November 4, 1995; Maryland 30, N.C. State 13 

First Maryland Win: November 30, 1922; Maryland 7, 

N.C. State 6 

Last Maryland Win: November 4. 1995; Maryland 30, N.C. 

State 13 

First Opponent Win: 1909; N.C. State 31, Maryland 

Last Opponent Win: November 5, 1994; N.C. State 47. 

Maryland 45 

Last Maryland Win at Byrd Stadium: September 22, 1990; Marylandl3, 

N.C. State 12 

Last Opponent Win at Byrd Stadium: November 5, 1994; N.C. State 47, 

Maryland 45 

Last Maryland Win at Opponent Stadium: November 4. 1995; Maryland 

30, N.C. State 13 

Last Opponent Win at Opponent Stadium: November 5, 1994; N.C. 

State 47. Maryland 45 

Last Maryland Shutout: November 1, 1980: Maryland 24, N.C. State 

Last Opponent Shutout: October 13, 1979; N.C. State 7, Maryland 




1996 Schedule 

Sept. 7 Georgia Tech 

Sept. 19 Flonda State 

Sept. 28 at Purdue 

Oct. 5 at Maryland 

Oct. 12 Alabama 

Oct. 19 at Virginia 

Nov. 2 at North Carolina 

Nov. 9 Duke 

Nov. 16 at Clemson 

Nov. 23 Wake Forest 

Nov. 30 East Carolina 



1995 Results 

Sept. 2 Marshall 



Sept. 9 
Sept. 16 
Sept.23 
Sept. 30 
Oct. 7 
Oct. 21 
Nov. 4 
Nov. 11 
Nov. 18 
Nov. 24 



Virginia 

at Flonda State 

Baylor 

Clemson 

at Alabama 

at Duke 

Maryland 

at Georgia Tech 

at Wake Forest 

North Carolina 



W. 33-16 
L, 24-29 
L, 17-77 
L, 0-14 
L. 22-43 
L. 11-27 

W. 41-38 
L, 13-30 
L, 19-27 

W. 52-23 
L, 28-30 



Top Returning Statistical Leaders 



Rushing 

Tremayne Stephens 
Rod Brown 
Passing 
Jose Laureano 
Receiving 
Jimmy Grissett 
Greg Addis 
Tackles 

Morrocco Brown 
Ron Melnik 



Att. 

186 

117 

Att. 

28 

Rec. 

37 

34 

T °£ 
81 



Yards 

849 

526 

Comp. 

50 

Yards 

570 

433 

TFL 

4 

3 



Avg. 
4.6 
4.5 
Yards 
355 
Avg. 
15.4 
12.7 



TD 

5 

2 

Pet. 

.560 

TD 

6 

1 



TD 
1 



Int. 



NORTH CAROLINA 

October 12, 1996 

Kenan Memorial Stadium, 



Chapel Hill, N.C. 



N.C 




Mack Brown 




Leon Johnson 



Location: Chapel Hill 

Nickname: Tar Heels 

Stadium Name/Capacity: Kenan Memorial/52,000 

Enrollment: 24,463 

Colors: Carolina Blue and White 

Chancellor: Michael Hooker 

Director of Athletics: John Swofford 

First Year of Football: 1888 

1995 Overall Record: 7-5 
Conference Record /Finish: 4-4/T5th 
Sports Information Director: Steve Kirschner 
Office Phone: (919) 962-2123 
Home Phone: (919) 403-7179 

Sports Information Address: 2nd Floor, Smith Center 
Skipper Bowles Drive, Chapel Hill, N.C. 27515 
FAX Number: (919) 962-0612 
Head Coach/Alma Mater, Year: Mack Brown/Florida 
State, 1974 

Record at School/Years: 49-43-1/8 Years 

Overall Record/Years: 66-71-2/12 Years 

Best Time to Contact Coach: 2-3 p.m., Monday-Thursday 

Assistant Coaches/Alma Mater, Year/Position: Tim Brewster/Illmois, 

1983/Tight Ends; Ken Browmng/Guilford, 1968/Defensive Tackles; Cleve 

Bryant/Ohio, 1970/Wide Receivers, Passing Coordinator, Recruiting 

Coordinator; Ron Case/Carson-Newman, 1973/Defensive Backs; Greg 

Davis/McNeese State, 1973/Offensive Coordinator, Quarterbacks; Ken 

Mack/North Carolina, 1978/Running Backs; Donnie 

Thompson/Connecticut, 1975/Defensive Ends; Carl Torbush/Carson- 

Newman, 1974/Defensive Coordinator, Linebackers; Eddie 

Williamson/Davidson, 1974/Assistant Head Coach, Offensive Line. 

Lettermen Retuming/Lost: 34/16 

Starters Returning/Lost: 16/6 

Offensive Formation: I, Multiple 

Defensive Formation: 4-3, Multiple 

Series Record: North Carolina leads, 31-26-1 

First Game: 1899, North Carolina 6, Maryland 

Last Game: September 9, 1995; Maryland 31, North 

Carolina 18 

First Maryland Win: October 25, 1924; Maryland 6, 

North Carolina 

Last Maryland Win: September 9, 1995; Maryland 31, 

North Carolina 18 

First Opponent Win: 1899. North Carolina 6. Maryland 

Last Opponent Win: October 15, 1994; North Carolina 41, Maryland 17 

Last Maryland Win at Byrd Stadium: September 9, 1995; Maryland 31, 

North Carolina 18 

Last Opponent Win at Byrd Stadium: October 31, 1992; North Carolina 

31. Maryland 24 

Last Maryland Win at Opponent Stadium: October 29, 1988; Maryland 

41. North Carolina 38 

Last Opponent Win at Opponent Stadium: October 15. 1994; North 

Carolina 41. Maryland 17 

Last Maryland Shutout: October 28, 1989; Maryland 38. North Carolina 

Last Opponent Shutout: November 2. 1991; North Carolina 24. 

Maryland 

1996 Schedule 

Aug. 31 Clemson 




Sept. 7 at Syracuse 

Sept. 21 Georgia Tech 

Sept. 28 at Florida State 

Oct. 5 at Wake Forest 

Oct. 12 Maryland 

Oct. 26 at Houston 

Nov. 2 N.C. State 

Nov. 9 Louisville 

Nov. 16 at Virginia 

Nov. 23 at Duke 



1995 Results 
Sept. 2 Syracuse 



L, 9-20 

Sept. 9 at Maryland L, 18-32 

Sept. 21 at Louisville W. 17-10 

Sept.30 Ohio W, 62-0 

Oct. 7 Virginia W, 22-17 

Oct. 14 at Georgia Tech L. 25-27 

Oct. 21 Wake Forest W, 31-7 

Nov. 4 at Clemson L. 10-17 

Nov. 1 1 Flonda State L, 12-28 

Nov. 18 Duke W. 28-24 

Nov. 24 at N.C. State W, 30-28 

Dec. 28 Arkansas (Carquest Bowl) W, 20-10 



Top Returning Statistical Leaders 



Rushing 

Leon Johnson 
Jonathan Linton 
Passing 

Oscar Davenport 
Receiving 
Leon Johnson 
Octavus Barnes 
Tackles 

Kivuusama Mays 
Bnan Simmons 



Att. 

225 

90 

Att. 

22 

Rec. 

54 

53 

Total 

138 

113 



Yards 

963 

350 

Comp. 

12 

Yards 

408 

970 

TFL 

6 

11 



Avg. 

4.3 

3.9 

Yards 

161 

Avg. 

7.6 

18.3 



TD 

12 

4 

Pet. 

.545 

TD 



5 



TD 

1 



Int. 



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Getting the Word Out On Terpreviews, 1996 



WAKE FOREST UNIVERSITY 

October 19, 1996 

Byrd Stadium, College Park, Md. 






Jim Caldwell 




Tenence Suber 



Location: Winston-Salem, N.C. 

Nickname: Demon Deacons 

Stadium Name/Capacity: Groves/31,500 

Enrollment: 3,620 (undergraduates) 

Colors: Old Gold and Black 

President: Dr. Thomas K. Heam, Jr. 

Director of Athletics: Ron Wellman 

First Year of Football: 1888 

1995 Overall Record: 1-10 

Conference Record/Finish: 0-8/9th 

Sports Information Director: John Justus 

Office Phone: (910) 759-5640 

Home Phone: (910) 722-1094 

Sports Information Address: 203 Athletic Center, 

Wingate Rd., Winston-Salem, N.C. 27109 

FAX Number: (910) 759-5140 

Head Coach/Alma Mater, Year: Jim Caldwell/Iowa, 

1977 

Record at School/Years: 6-27/3 Years 

Overall Record/Years: 6-27/3 Years 

Best Time to Contact Coach: 12-1 Weekdays 

Assistant Coaches/Alma Mater, Year/Position: Chris Allen/Central 

Michigan, 1964/Defensive Coordinator, Linebackers; Jamie 

Barresi/Ottawa, 1980/Quarterbacks; James Bell/Central Arkansas, 

1981/Defensive Backs; Pat Flaherty/East Stroudsburg, 1978/Tight Ends; 

Bobby Kennedy/Northern Colorado, 1989/Wide Receivers; Theo 

Lemon/Ohio, 1980/Defensive Line; Jan Quarless/Northem Michigan, 

1973/Offensive Coordinator, Offensive Line; Ray Rychleski/Millersville, 

1979/Outside Linebackers; Hank Small/Gettysburg, 1969/Runmng Backs 

Lettermen Returning/Lost: 38/12 

Starters Returning/Lost: 14/5 

Offensive Formation: Multiple 

Defensive Formation: Multiple 

Series Record: Maryland leads, 32-11-1 

First Game: October 27, 1917; Maryland 29, Wake 

Forest 12 

Last Game: October 7, 1995; Maryland 9, Wake Forest 

6 

First Maryland Win: October 27, 1917; Maryland 29, 

Wake Forest 12 

Last Maryland Win: October 7, 1995; Maryland 9, 

Wake Forest 6 

First Opponent Win: October 7, 1944; Wake Forest 39, 

Last Opponent Win: October 17, 1992; Wake Forest 30, 

Last Maryland Win at Byrd Stadium: September 23, 1994; Maryland 31, 

Wake Forest 7 

Last Opponent Win at Byrd Stadium: October 17, 1992; Wake Forest 

30, Maryland 23 

Last Maryland Win at Opponent Stadium: October 7, 1995; Maryland 9, 

Wake Forest 6 

Last Opponent Win at Opponent Stadium: October 20, 1979; Wake 

Forest 25, Maryland 17 

Last Maryland Shutout: October 17, 1987; Maryland 14, Wake Forest 

Last Opponent Shutout: September 20, 1958; Wake Forest 34, 

Maryland 




Maryland 
Maryland 23 



1996 Schedule 

Aug. 29 Appalachian State 

Sept. 7 Northwestern 

Sept. 14 at Georgia Tech 

Sept. 21 Virginia 

Sept. 28 at Clemson 

Oct. 5 North Carolina 

On. 19 at Maryland 

Oct. 26 Navy 

Nov. 9 Florida State 

(at Orlando, Fla.) 

Nov. 16 Duke 

Nov. 23 at N.C. State 



1995 Results 

Aug. 31 Appalachian State L, 22-24 

Sept. 9 at Tulane L, 9-35 

Sept. 16 Clemson L, 14-29 

Sept.23 at Navy W, 30-7 

Sept.30 at Virginia L, 17-35 

Oct. 7 Maryland L, 6-9 

Oct. 14 at Florida State L, 13-72 

Oct. 21 at North Carolina L, 7-31 

Oct. 28 at Duke L, 26-42 

Nov. 4 Georgia Tech L, 23-24 

Nov. 18 N.C. State L, 23-52 



Top Returning Statistical Leaders 



Rushing 

John Lewis 
Herman Lewis 
Passing 
Brian Kuklick 
Receiving 
Darrell Braswell 
Thabiti Davis 
Tackles 
Kelvin Moses 
D'Angelo Solomon 



Att. 
110 

52 
Att. 

28 
Rec. 

51 

36 

Total 

101 

79 



Yards 

304 

120 

Comp. 

15 

Yards 

557 

415 

TFL 

11 

1 



Avg. 

2.8 

2.3 

Yards 

235 

Avg. 

10.9 

11.5 



TD 

5 

1 

Pet. 

.536 

TD 

1 

2 



TD 
2 



Int. 






Fred Goldsmith 




Billy Granville 



DUKE UNIVERSITY 

October 26, 1996 

Wallace Wade Stadium, Durham, N.C. 

Location: Durham, N.C. 

Nickname: Blue Devils 

Stadium Name/Capacity: Wallace Wade/33,941 

Enrollment: 6,150 

Colors: Royal Blue and White 

President: Dr. Nan O. Keohane 

Director of Athletics: Tom Butters 

First Year of Football: 1888 

1995 Overall Record: 3-8 

Conference Record/Finish: l-7/8th 

Sports Information Director: Mike Cragg 

Office Phone: (919) 684-2633 

Home Phone: (919) 544-0259 

Sports Information Address: 115 Cameron Indoor 

Stadium, Durham, N.C. 27708 

FAX Number: (919) 684-2489 

Head Coach/Alma Mater, Year: Fred Goldsmith/Florida, 

1967 

Record at School/ Years: 11-12/2 years 

Overall Record/Years: 36-50-1/8 years 

Best Time to Contact Coach: Mornings 

Assistant Coaches/Alma Mater, Year/Position: Larry Beckish/Wichita 

State, 1965/Offensive Coordinator; Scott Brown/Adams State, 

1974/Defensive Line; Fred Chatham/North Carolina, 1974/Kickers, Tight 

Ends; Joe DeForest/Southwestern Louisiana, 1987/Outside Lmebackers, 

Special Teams; Joe DeLamielleure/Michigan State, 1973/Offensive Lme; 

George Edwards/Duke, 1989/Inside Lmebackers; Clay Helton/Houston, 

1994/Runnmg Backs; Ken Matous/Wichita State, 1974/Wide Receivers; 

Bob Trott/North Carolina, 1976/Defensive Coordmator, Defensive Backs. 

Lettermen Returning/Lost: 34/25 

Starters Returning/Lost: 12/5 

Offensive Formation: Multiple Pro-Set 

Defensive Formation: 3-4 

Series Record: Maryland leads, 22-17-0 
First Game: October 15, 1932; Duke 34, Maryland 
Last Game: September 23, 1995; Maryland 41, Duke 29 
First Maryland Win: October 28, 1950; Maryland 

26, Duke 14 

Last Maryland Win: September 23, 1995; 
Maryland 41, Duke 29 

First Opponent Win: October 15, 1932; Duke 34, 
Maryland 

Last Opponent Win: September 3, 1994; Duke 49, 
Maryland 16 

Last Maryland Win at Byrd Stadium: September 23, 1995; Maryland 41. 

Duke 29 

Last Opponent Win at Byrd Stadium: October 26, 1991; Duke 17, 

Maryland 3 

Last Maryland Win at Opponent Stadium: October 24, 1992; Maryland 

27, Duke 25 

Last Opponent Win at Opponent Stadium: September 3, 1994; Duke 49, 
Maryland 16 

Last Maryland Shutout: October 27, 1979; Maryland 27, Duke 
Last Opponent Shutout: October 5, 1957; Duke 14, Maryland 




1996 Schedule 

Sept. 7 at Florida State 

Sept. 14 Northwestern 

Sept. 21 at Army 

Sept. 28 at Georgia Tech 

Oct. 5 at Navy 

Oct. 12 Clemson 

Oct. 26 Maryland 

Nov. 2 Virginia 

Nov. 9 at N.C. State 

Nov. 16 at Wake Forest 

Nov. 23 North Carolina 



1995 Results 

Sept. 2 Florida State L, 26-70 

Sept. 9 Rutgers W, 24-14 

Sept. 16 at Army W, 23-21 

Sept.23 at Maryland L, 28-41 

Sept.30 Navy L, 9-30 

Oct. 7 Georgia Tech L, 21-37 

Oct. 14 at Virginia L, 30-44 

Oct. 21 N.C. State L, 38-41 

Oct. 28 Wake Forest W, 42-26 

Nov. 11 at Clemson L, 17-34 

Nov. 18 at North Carolina L, 24-28 



Top Returning Statistical Leaders 



Rushing 
Layman Marshall 
Charles London 
Passing 
Dave Green 
Receiving 
Marc Wilson 
Corey Thomas 
Tackles 

Chike Egbuniwe 
Tawambi Settles 



Att. 

188 
62 

Att. 
8 

Rec. 
47 
45 
Total 
84 
76 



Yards 

708 

291 

Comp 

4 

Yards 

531 

505 

TFL 



5 



Avg. 

3.8 

4.7 

Yards 

27 

Avg. 

11.3 

11.2 



TD 

13 

5 

Pet. 

.500 

TD 

2 

6 



TD 




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Tommy West 




Nealon Green 



CLEMSON UNIVERSITY 

November 2, 1996 

Clemson Memorial Stadium, Clemson, S.C. 

Location: Clemson, S.C. 

Nickname: Tigers 

Stadium Name/Capacity: Clemson Memorial/81, 473 

Enrollment: 16,297 

Colors: Burnt Orange and Northwest Purple 

President: Dr Deno Curns 

Director of Athletics: Bobby Robinson 

First Year of Football: 1896 

1995 Overall Record: 8-4 

Conference Record/Finish: 6-2/3rd 

Sports Information Director: Tim Bourret 

Office Phone: (864) 656-2114 

Home Phone: (864) 654-6240 

Sports Information Address: P.O. Box 632, 100 

Perimeter Drive, Clemson, South Carolina 29633 

FAX Number: (864) 656-0299 

Head Coach/Alma Mater, Year: Tommy 

West/Tennessee, 1976 

Record at School/Years: 14-10/2 Years 

Overall Record/Years: 18-17/3 Years 

Best Time to Contact Coach: Through Sports Information 

Assistant Coaches/Alma Mater, Year/Position: Les Hernn/Western 

Carolina, 1971/Assistant Head Coach, Defensive Line; Ellis Johnson/The 

Citadel, 1975/Defensive Coordinator, Outside Linebackers; Reggie 

Herring/Florida State, 1981/lnside Linebackers; Charles 

Harbison/Gardner-Webb/Defensive Backs; Darrell Moody/N.C. State, 

1970/Offensive Coordinator, Quarterbacks; Rick StockstiUVFlorida State, 

1987/Wide Receivers; Richard Bisaccia/Yankton College, 1983/Runmng 

Backs, Special Teams; John Latma/Virginia Tech, 1979/Guards, Centers; 

Mac McWhorter/Georgia, 1974/Tackles, Tight Ends. 

Lettermen Returning/Lost: 43/26 

Starters Returning/Lost: 13/9 

Offensive Formation: Multiple I 

Defensive Formation: Multiple 50 

Series Record: Clemson leads, 22-20-2 

First Game: 1952: Maryland 28, Clemson 

Last Game: October 21. 1995; Clemson 17, Maryland 

First Maryland Win: 1952; Maryland 28, Clemson 

Last Maryland Win: November 14, 1992; Maryland 53, 

Clemson 23 

First Opponent Win: November 9, 1957; Clemson 26, 

Maryland 7 

Last Opponent Win: October 21. 1995; Clemson 17. Maryland 

Last Maryland Win at Byrd Stadium: November 14, 1992; Maryland 53, Clemson 23 

Last Opponent Win at Byrd Stadium: October 21, 1995; Clemson 17. Maryland 

Last Maryland Win at Opponent Stadium: November 16, 1985; Maryland 34, 

Clemson 31 

Last Opponent Win at Opponent Stadium: October 1. 1994; Clemson 13, 

Maryland 

Last Maryland Shutout: September 15, 1979; Maryland 19. Clemson 

Last Opponent Shutout: October 21, 1995; Clemson 17, Maryland 



* 



1996 Schedule 

Aug. 31 at North Carolina 

Sept. 7 Furman 

Sept. 21 at Missouri 

Sept. 28 Wake Forest 

Oct. 5 at Florida State 

Oct. 12 at Duke 

Oct. 19 Georgia Tech 

Nov. 2 Maryland 

Nov. 9 at Virginia 

Nov. 16 N.C. State 

Nov. 23 South Carolina 



1995 Results 

Sept. 2 Western Carolina W, 55-9 

Sept. 9 Flonda State L, 26-45 

Sept.16 at Wake Forest W. 29-14 

Sept.23 Virginia L, 3-22 

Sept.30 at N.C. State W, 43-22 

Oct. 7 Georgia L. 17-19 

Oct. 21 at Maryland W, 17-0 

Oct. 28 at Georgia Tech W, 24-3 

Nov. 4 North Carolina W. 17-10 

Nov. 11 Duke W. 34-17 

Nov. 18 at South Carolina W. 38-17 

Jan. 1 Syracuse L, 0-41 
(Gator Bowl) 



Top Returning Statistical Leaders 

Rushing Att. 

Raymond Pnester 238 

Emory Smith 145 

Nealon Greene 102 



Passing 

Nealon Greene 

Receiving 

Tony Home 
Raymond Priester 
Joe Woods 

Tackles 

Anthony Simmons 
Mond Wilson 



Att 
202 

Rec. 

23 
12 

10 

Total 

150 

53 



Yards 

1322 

712 

359 

Comp. 
116 

Yards 

448 

74 

122 

TFL 

11 
4 



Avg. 
5.6 
4.9 
3.5 

Yards 
1537 

Avg. 

19.5 

6.2 

12.2 



TD 

6 

14 

2 

Pet. 
.574 

TD 
3 



1 



TD 
10 



Int. 




George O'Leary 




C.J. Williams 



GEORGIA TECH 

November 14, 1996 

Byrd Stadium, College Park, Md. 

Location: Atlanta, Ga. 

Nickname: Yellow Jackets/Rambling Wreck 

Stadium Name/Capacity: Bobby Dodd Stadium/Grant 

Field/46,000 

Enrollment: 13,000 

Colors: Old Gold and White 

President: Dr. G. Wayne Clough 

Director of Athletics: Dr. Homer Rice 

First Year of Football: 1885 

1995 Overall Record: 6-5 

Conference Record/Finish: 5-3/4th 

Sports Information Director: Mike Finn 

Office Phone: (404) 894-5445 

Home Phone: (770) 938-9910 

Sports Information Address: 150 Bobby Dodd Way, 

NW, Atlanta, Georgia 30332-0455 

FAX Number: (404) 894-1248 

Head Coach/Alma Mater, Year: George O'Leary/New Hampshire, 1968 

Record at School/Years: 6-8/1 Year 

Overall Record/Years: 6-8/1 Year 

Best Time to Contact Coach: Wednesday-Thursday 11:30 a.m.- 1:00 p.m. 

Assistant Coaches/Alma Mater, Year/Position: John Anselmo/Cortland 

State, 1971/Defensive Backs; Bob Casullo/Brockport (NY.) State, 

1973/Runmng Backs, Special Teams; Stan Hixon/Iowa State, 1979/Wide 

Receivers; Dave Huxtable/Eastern Illinois, 1975/Defensive Coordmator, 

Inside Linebackers; Doug Marrone/Syracuse, 1987/Tight Ends; Larry 

New/Illinois, 1965/Assistant Head Coach, Defensive Line; Lance 

Thompson/The Citadel, 1987/Outside Linebackers, Recruiting 

Coordinator; Pat Watwson/Mississippi State, 1965/Offensive 

Coordinator, Offensive Line; Eddie Wilson/ Arizona, 1962/Quarterbacks. 

Lettermen Returning/Lost: 41/18 

Starters Returning/Lost: 16/7 

Offensive Formation: Multiple 

Defensive Formation: Multiple 

Series Record: Georgia Tech leads, 6-2-0 

First Game: October 8, 1988; Maryland 13, Georgia Tech 8 

Last Game: September 28, 1995; Georgia Tech 31. Maryland 3 

First Maryland Win: October 8, 1988; Maryland 13, Georgia Tech 8 

Last Maryland Win: October 22, 1994; Maryland 42. 

Georgia Tech 27 

First Opponent Win: October 7, 1989; Georgia Tech 28, 

Maryland 24 

Last Opponent Win: September 28, 1995; Georgia Tech 

31. Maryland 3 

Last Maryland Win at Byrd Stadium: October 22, 1994; 

Maryland 42. Georgia Tech 27 

Last Opponent Win at ByTd Stadium: October 10, 1992; Georgia Tech 2£ 

Maryland 26 

Last Maryland Win at Opponent Stadium: None 

Last Opponent Win at Opponent Stadium: September 28, 1995; Georgia 

Tech 31, Maryland 3 

Last Maryland Shutout: None 

Last Opponent Shutout: October 9, 1993; Georgia Tech 38, Maryland 




1996 Schedule 

Sept. 7 at N.C. State 

Sept. 14 Wake Forest 

Sept. 21 at North Carolina 

Sept. 28 Duke 

Oct. 5 Virginia 

Oct. 19 at Clemson 

Oct. 26 Central Florida 

Nov. 2 Florida State 

Nov. 14 at Maryland 

Nov. 23 Navy 

Nov. 30 at Georgia 



1995 Results 
Sept. 2 Furman 



Sept. 7 
Sept.16 
Sept. 28 
Oct. 7 
Oct. 14 
Oct. 21 
Oct. 28 
Nov. 4 
Nov. 11 
Nov. 23 



at Arizona 
at Virginia 
Maryland 
at Duke 
North Carolina 
at Flonda State 
Clemson 
at Wake Forest 
N.C. State 
Georgia 



W, 51-7 

L, 19-20 

L, 14-41 

W, 31-3 

W. 37-21 

W, 27-25 

L, 10-42 

L. 3-24 

W, 24-23 

W. 27-19 

L, 17-18 



Top Returning Statistical Leaders 

Rushing Att. Yards Avg. TD 

C.J. Williams 245 1.138 4.6 12 

Charles Wiley 96 494 5.1 5 

Passing Att. Comp. Yards Pet. 

Brandon Shaw 14 5 29 .357 

Receiving Rec. Yards Avg. TD 

Harvey Middleton 31 444 14.3 3 

Demck Steagall 27 406 15.0 2 

Tackles Total TFL 

Keith Brooking 146 4 

Ron Rogers 145 4 



TD 




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Bobby Bowden 




Warrick Dunn 



FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY 

November 23, 1996 

Joe Robbie Stadium, Miami, Fla. 

Location: Tallahassee, Fla. 

Nickname: Semmoles 

Stadium Name/Capacity: Doak S. Campbell/77,500 

Enrollment: 29,600 

Colors: Garnet and Gold 

President: Talbot "Sandy" D'Alemberte 

Director of Athletics: Dave Hart, Jr. 

First Year of Football: 1947 

1995 Overall Record: 10-2 

Conference Record/Finish: 7-l/2nd 

Sports Information Director: Rob Wilson 

Office Phone: (904) 644-1403 

Home Phone: (904) 386-1619 

Sports Information Address: P.O. Box 2195, Moore 

Athletic Center, Tallahassee, Fla. 32316 

FAX Number: (904) 644-3820 

Head Coach/ Alma Mater, Year: Bobby 

Bowden/Samford, 1953 

Record at School/Years: 186-49-4/20 Years 

Overall Record/Years: 259-81-4/30 Years 

Best Time to Contact Coach: Through Sports Information 

Assistant Coaches/Alma Mater, Year/Position: Chuck Amato/N.C. 

State, 1969/Assistant Head Coach; Mickey Andrews/ Alabama, 

1964/Defensive Coordinator, Defensive Backs; Jeff Bowden/Florida 

State, 1993/Wide Receivers; Ronnie Cottrell/Troy State, 1983/Tight Ends, 

Recruiting Coordinator; Jim Gladden/William Jewell, 1962/Defensive 

Ends; Odell Haggms/Flonda State, 1993/Defensive Line; Jimmy 

Heggms/Flonda State, 1978/Offensive Line; Mark Richt/Miami, 

1982/Offensive Coordinator, Quarterbacks; Billy Sexton/Florida State, 

1974/Runnmg Backs. 

Lettermen Retuming/Lost: 57/22 

Starters Returning/Lost: 19/8 

Offensive Formation: Pro Set 

Defensive Formation: 4-3 Multiple 

Series Record: Florida State leads, 6-0-0 

First Game: November 26, 1966; Florida State 45, 

Maryland 21 

Last Game: November 18, 1995; Florida State 59, 

Maryland 17 

First Maryland Win: None 

Last Maryland Win: None 

First Opponent Win: November 26, 1966, Florida State 45. 

Maryland 21 

Last Opponent Win: November 18, 1995; Florida State 59, Maryland 17 

Last Maryland Win at Byrd Stadium: None 

Last Opponent Win at Byrd Stadium: September 10, 1994; Florida State 52, 

Maryland 20 

Last Maryland Win at Opponent Stadium: None 

Last Opponent Win at Opponent Stadium: November 18, 1995; Florida State 59, 

Maryland 17 

Last Maryland Shutout: None 

Last Opponent Shutout: None 




1996 Schedule 


1995 Results 




Sept 


7 


Duke 


Sept. 2 


Duke 


W, 70-26 


Sept 


19 


at N.C. State 


Sept. 9 


at Clemson 


W, 45-26 


Sept 


28 


North Carolina 


Sept. 16 


N.C. State 


W, 77-17 


Oct. 


b 


Clemson 


Sept.23 


Central Florida 


W, 46-14 


Oct. 


12 


at Miami (Fla.) 


Oct. 7 


Miami 


W, 41-17 


Oct. 


26 


Virginia 


Oct. 14 


Wake Forest 


W, 72-13 


Nov. 


2 


at Georgia Tech 


Oct. 21 


Georgia Tech 


W, 42-10 


Nov. 


9 


Wake Forest 


Nov. 2 


at Virginia 


L, 28-33 






(Orlando, Fla.) 


Nov. 11 


at North Carolina 


W, 28-12 


Nov. 


16 


Southern Mississippi Nov. 18 


Maryland 


W, 59-17 


Nov. 


23 


vs. Maryland 


Nov. 25 


at Florida 


L, 24-35 






(Miami, Fla.) 


Jan. 1 


vs. Notre Dame 


W, 31-26 


Nov. 


30 


Florida 




(Orange Bowl) 





Top Returning Statistical Leaders 



Rushing 

Warrick Dunn 
Rock Preston 
Pooh Bear Williams 
Passing 
Thad Busby 
Receiving 
Andre Cooper 
E.G. Green 
Warrick Dunn 
Tackles 

Andre Wadsworth 
Daryl Bush 



Att. 

166 
62 
46 

Att. 
59 

Rec. 
71 
60 
43 
Total 
77 
73 



Yards 

1,242 

439 

127 

Comp. 

38 

Yards 

1,002 

1,007 

294 

TFL 

7 





Avg. 

7.5 

7.1 

2.8 

Yards 

571 

Avg. 

14.1 

16.8 

6.8 



TD 

13 
3 

12 
Pet. 

.644 

TD 

15 

10 

3 



TD 
4 



Int. 



vs. Northern 
Illinois 

First Meeting 

vs. Alabama 
Birmingham 

First Meeting 

vs. Virginia 

Maryland leads the 
series (37-20-2) 

1918 Won 13-0 

1925 Lost 0-6 

1926 Tie 6-6 

1927 Lost 0-21 

1928 Won 18-2 

1929 Tie 13-13 

1930 Won 14-6 

1931 Won 7-6 

1932 Lost 6-7 

1933 Lost 0-6 

1934 Won 20-0 

1935 Won 14-7 

1936 Won 21-0 

1937 Won 3-0 

1938 Lost 19-27 

1939 Lost 7-12 

1940 Lost 6-19 

1942 Won 27-12 

1943 Lost 0-39 

1944 Lost 7-18 

1945 Won 19-13 

1957 Won 12-0 

1958 Won 44-6 

1959 Won 55-12 

1960 Won 44-12 

1961 Lost 16-28 

1962 Won 40-18 

1963 Won 21-6 

1964 Won 10-0 

1965 Lost 27-22 

1966 Lost 17-41 

1967 Lost 7-12 

1968 Lost 23-28 

1969 Won 17-14 

1970 Won 17-14 

1971 Lost 27-29 

1972 Won 24-23 

1973 Won 33-0 

1974 Won 10-0 

1975 Won 62-24 

1976 Won 28-0 

1977 Won 28-0 

1978 Won 17-7 

1979 Won 17-7 

1980 Won 31-0 

1981 Won 48-7 

1982 Won 45-14 

1983 Won 23-3 

1984 Won 45-34 

1985 Won 33-21 

1986 Won 42-10 

1987 Won 21-19 

1988 Lost 23-24 

1989 Lost 21-48 

1990 Won 35-30 

1991 Won 17-6 

1992 Lost 15-28 

1993 Lost 29-43 

1994 Lost 21-46 

1995 Lost 21-18 



vs. West 




Virginia 




Maryland leads the 


series (16-15-2) 


1919 


Lost 


0-27 


1943 


Lost 


2-6 


1944 


Tie 


6-6 


1945 


Tie 


13-13 


1947 


Won 


27-0 


1948 


Lost 


14-16 


1949 


Won 


47-7 


1950 


Won 


41-0 


1951 


Won 


54-7 


1959 


Won 


27-7 


1960 


Won 


31-8 


1966 


Won 


28-9 


1969 


Lost 


7-31 


1970 


Lost 


10-20 


1980 


Won 


14-11 


1981 


Lost 


13-17 


1982 


Lost 


18-19 


1983 


Lost 


21-31 


1984 


Won 


20-17 


1985 


Won 


28-0 


1986 


Won 


24-3 


1987 


Won 


25-20 


1988 


Lost 


24-55 


1989 


Lost 


10-14 


1990 


Won 


14-10 


1991 


Lost 


7-37 


1992 


Lost 


33-34 


1993 


Lost 


37-42 


1994 


Won 


37-13 


1995 


Won 


31-17 


vs. N.C. State 


The 


series is tied 




(24-24-4) 


1909 


Lost 


0-31 


1917 


Lost 


6-10 


1921 


Tie 


6-6 


1922 


Won 


7-6 


1923 


Won 


26-12 


1924 


Tie 


0-0 


1946 


Lost 


7-28 


1947 


Tie 


0-0 


1949 


Won 


14-6 


1950 


Lost 


13-16 


1951 


Won 


53-0 


1954 


Won 


42-14 


1956 


Won 


25-14 


1957 


Lost 


13-48 


1958 


Won 


21-6 


1959 


Won 


33-28 


1960 


Lost 


10-13 


1961 


Won 


10-7 


1962 


Won 


14-6 


1963 


Lost 


14-36 


1964 


Lost 


13-14 


1965 


Lost 


7-20 


1966 


Lost 


21-24 


1967 


Lost 


9-31 


1968 


Lost 


11-31 


1969 


Lost 


7-24 


1970 


Lost 


0-6 


1971 


Won 


35-7 


1972 


Tie 


24-24 


1973 


Lost 


22-24 


1974 


Won 


20-10 


1975 


Won 


37-22 


1976 


Won 


16-6 


1977 


Lost 


20-24 


1978 


Won 


31-7 


1979 


Lost 


0-7 



1980 


Won 


24-0 


1981 


Won 


34-9 


1982 


Won 


23-6 


1983 


Won 


29-6 


1984 


Won 


44-21 


1985 


Won 


31-17 


1986 


Lost 


16-28 


1987 


Lost 


14-22 


1988 


Won 


30-26 


1989 


Lost 


6-19 


1990 


Won 


13-12 


1991 


Lost 


17-20 


1992 


Lost 


10-14 


1993 


Lost 


21-44 


1994 


Lost 


45-47 


1995 


Won 


30-13 


vs. North 




Carolina 




North Carolina 


leads the series 




(31-26-1) 


1920 


Lost 


0-6 


1921 


Won 


13-0 


1922 


Lost 


3-27 


1923 


Won 


14-0 


1924 


Won 


6-0 


1925 


Lost 


0-16 


1926 


Won 


14-6 


1927 


Lost 


6-7 


1928 


Lost 


19-26 


1920 


Lost 


0-43 


1930 


Lost 


21-28 


1935 


Lost 


0-33 


1936 


Lost 


0-14 


1946 


Lost 


0-33 


1947 


Lost 


0-19 


1948 


Lost 


20-49 


1950 


Tie 


7-7 


1952 


Won 


14-7 


1953 


Won 


26-0 


1954 


Won 


33-0 


1955 


Won 


25-7 


1956 


Lost 


6-34 


1957 


Won 


21-7 


1958 


Lost 


0-27 


1959 


Won 


14-7 


1960 


Won 


22-19 


1961 


Lost 


8-14 


1962 


Won 


31-13 


1963 


Lost 


7-14 


1964 


Won 


10-9 


1965 


Lost 


10-12 


1967 


Lost 


0-14 


1968 


Won 


33-24 


1970 


Lost 


20-53 


1971 


Lost 


14-35 


1972 


Lost 


q26-31 


1973 


Won 


23-2 


1974 


Won 


24-12 


1975 


Won 


34-7 


1977 


Lost 


7-16 


1978 


Won 


21-20 


1979 


Won 


17-14 


1980 


Lost 


3-17 


1981 


Lost 


10-17 


1982 


Won 


31-24 


1983 


Won 


28-26 


1984 


Won 


34-23 


1985 


Won 


28-10 


1986 


Lost 


30-32 


1987 


Lost 


14-27 


1988 


Won 


41-38 


1989 


Won 


38-0 


1990 


Lost 


10-34 



114 



Getting the Word Out On Year-by-Year Opponent Results, Statistics 



1991 Lost 0-24 

1992 Lost 24-31 

1993 Lost 42-59 

1994 Lost 17-41 

1995 Won 32-18 

vs. Wake Forest 

Maryland leads the 
series (32-11-1) 



1917 
1943 

1944 
1954 
1955 
1956 
1957 
1958 
1959 
1960 
1961 
1962 
1963 
1964 
1965 
1966 
1967 
1968 
1969 
1971 
1972 
1973 
1974 
1975 
1976 
1977 
1978 
1979 
1980 
1981 
1982 
1983 
1984 
1985 
1986 
1987 
1988 
1989 
1990 
1991 
1992 
1993 
1994 
1995 



Won 
Won 
Lost 
Tied 
Won 
Won 
Won 
Lost 
Lost 
Won 
Won 
Won 
Won 
Lost 
Won 
Won 
Lost 
Lost 
Won 
Lost 
Won 
Won 
Won 
Won 
Won 
Won 
Won 
Lost 
Won 
Won 
Won 
Won 
Won 
Won 
Lost 
Won 
Lost 
Won 
Won 
Won 
Lost 
Won 
Won 
Won 



29-12 

13-7 

0-39 

13-13 

28-7 

6-0 

27-0 

0-34 

7-10 

14-13 

10-7 

13-2 

32-0 

17-21 

10-7 

34-7 

17-35 

14-38 

19-13 

14-18 

23-0 

37-0 

47-0 

27-0 

17-15 

35-7 

39-0 

17-25 

11-10 

45-33 

52-31 

36-33 

38-17 

26-3 

21-27 

14-0 

24-27 

27-7 

41-13 

23-22 

23-20 

33-32 

31-7 

9-6 



vs. Duke 

Maryland leads the 
series (22-17) 



I'M.' 

1933 
1934 
1942 
1947 
1948 
1950 
1957 
1'M.i) 
1962 
1963 
1964 
1966 
1968 
1969 
1970 
1972 
1973 
1974 
1976 
1977 
1978 
1979 
1980 
1981 
1982 
1983 
1984 
1985 
1986 
1987 
1988 
1989 
1990 
1991 
1992 
1993 
1994 
1995 



Lost 
Lost 
Lost 
Lost 
Lost 
Lost 
Won 
Lost 
Lost 
Lost 
Lost 
Lost 
Won 
Lost 
Won 
Lost 
Lost 
Won 
Won 
Won 
Won 
Won 
Won 
Won 
Won 
Won 
Won 
Won 
Won 
Won 
Won 
Won 
Lost 
Won 
Lost 
Won 
Won 
Lost 
Won 



0-34 

7-38 

0-50 

0-42 

7-19 

12-13 

26-14 

0-14 

7-20 

7-10 

17-24 

17-24 

21-19 

28-30 

20-7 

12-13 

14-20 

30-10 

56-13 

30-3 

31-13 

27-0 

27-0 

17-4 

24-21 

49-22 

38-3 

43-7 

40-10 

27-19 

23-22 

34-24 

25-46 

23-20 

13-17 

27-25 

26-18 

16-49 

41-28 




vs. Clemson 

Clemson leads the 
series (22-20-2) 

1952 Won 28-0 

1953 Won 20-0 

1954 Won 16-0 

1955 Won 25-12 

1956 Tie 6-6 

1957 Lost 7-26 

1958 Lost 0-8 

1959 Won 28-25 

1960 Won 19-17 

1961 Won 24-21 

1962 Lost 14-17 

1963 Lost 6-21 

1964 Won 34-0 

1965 Won 6-0 

1966 Lost 10-14 

1967 Lost 7-28 
1988 Lost 0-16 

1969 Lost 0-40 

1970 Lost 11-24 

1971 Lost 14-20 

1972 Won 31-6 

1973 Won 28-13 

1974 Won 41-0 

1975 Won 22-20 

1976 Won 20-0 

1977 Won 21-14 

1978 Lost 24-28 

1979 Won 19-0 

1980 Won 34-7 

1981 Lost 7-21 

1982 Lost 22-24 

1983 Lost 27-52 

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 

1994 Lost 0-13 

1995 Lost 0-17 

vs. Georgia Tech 

Georgia Tech leads 

the series (6-2) 

1988 Won 13-8 

1989 Lost 24-28 

1990 Lost 3-31 

1991 Lost 10-34 

1992 Lost 26-28 

1993 Lost 0-38 

1994 Won 42-27 

1995 Lost 31-3 

Florida State 

Florida State leads 

the series (6-0) 

1966 Lost 21-45 

1968 Lost 14-24 

1992 Lost 21-69 

1993 Lost 20-49 

1994 Lost 20-52 

1995 Lost 17-59 



G 


Date 


Opponent 


Score 


W-L 


Attendance 


Site 


Overall 


Conf 


1 


9/2 


Tulane 


29-10 


W 


18.159 


A 


1-0-0 


0-0-0 


2 


9/9 


North Carolina 


32-18 


W 


32,215 


H 


2-0-0 


1-0-0 


3 


9/16 


West Virginia 


31-17 


W 


48,055 


H 


3-0-0 


1-0-0 


4 


9/23 


Duke 


41-28 


W 


41,015 


H 


4-0-0 


2-0-0 


5 


9/28 


Georgia Tech 


3-31 


L 


44,137 


A 


4-1-0 


2-1-0 


6 


10/7 


Wake Forest 


9-6 


W 


19,107 


A 


5-1-0 


3-1-0 


7 


10/21 


Clemson 


IV 


L 


43.603 


H 


5-2-0 


3-2-0 


8 


10/28 


Louisville 


0-31 


L 


36.386 


A 


5-3-0 


3-2-0 


9 


11/4 


N.C. State 


30-13 


W 


45.652 


A 


6-3-0 


4-2-0 


ID 


11/11 


Virginia 


18-21 


L 


45.720 


H 


6-4-0 


4-2-0 


11 


11/18 


Florida St. 


17-59 


L 


68,400 


A 


6-5-0 


4-4-0 



Overall Record: 6-5-0 Conference: 4 4 Home: 3 2 Away: 3-3-0 



Overall Attendance: 442,447 
Conference Attendance: 339,847 
Home Attendance: 210,606 
Away Attendance: 231,841 



Overall Average: 40,223 
Conference Average: 42,481 
Home Average: 42,121 
Away Average: 38.640 



SCORE BY QUARTERS 










1st Avg. 2nd Avg. 


Hall 3rd 
Avg. 


Avg. 4th Avg. 


Total 


Game 
Avg 


Maryland 35 3.2 52 4.7 


7.9 75 


6.6 50 4.6 


210 


19.1 


Opponents 37 3.4 92 4 7 


11.7 69 


4.5 73 6.6 


251 


22.8 


NET PUNTING 




Opp Opp 


Opp 




Punts Yards 


Avg. Returns Yards 


Avg. 


Net. 


Maryland 55 1986 


36.1 


16 89 


5.6 


34.5 


Opponents 53 1961 


37.0 


16 194 


12.1 


33.3 


TEAM STATISTICS 


Maryland 


Opponents 


First Downs (Rush-Pass-Penalty) 


71+109 


+15= 195 109+102 


+16=225 


Rushing Attempts 




385 




459 


Rushing Yards Gained 




1480 




2054 


Rushing Yards Lost 




401 




327 


Net Rushing Yardage 




1079 




1727 


Yards per Rush 




2.8 




3.8 


Rushing Yards Per Game 




98.1 




157.0 


Passes Attempted 




362 




338 


Passes Completed 




226 




192 


Passes Had Intercepted 




11 




13 


Pass Completion Percentage 




.624 




.568 


Net Yards Passing 




2411 




2128 


Yards per Pass Attempt 




6.7 




6.3 


Yards per Pass Completion 




10.7 




101 


Passing Yards per Game 




219.3 




193.5 


Total Plays 




747 




797 


Total Plays per Game 




67.9 




72.5 


Total Net Yards 




3490 




3855 


Yards Gained Per Play 




4.7 




4.8 


Yards Gained Per Game 




317.3 




350.5 


Kickoff Returns/ Kickoff Return yards 


41/709 




25/441 


Average Yards per return 




17.3 




17.6 


Kickoff returns per game 




3.7 




2.3 


Punt Retums/Punt Return Yards 




16/194 




16/89 


Average Yards per return 




12.1 




5.6 


Punt returns per game 




1.5 




1.5 


Inerception Returns/Yards 




13./54 




11/145 


Average yards per return 




4.2 




13.2 


Average Interceptions per game 




1.2 




1.0 


Punts/Total yards 




55/1986 




53/1961 


Average yards per punt 




36.1 




37.0 


Average punts per game 




5.0 




4.8 


Fumbles/ Lost 




29/13 




25/11 


Penalties/Yards Penalized 




57/456 




57/442 


Average yards per penalty 




8.0 




7.8 


Penalties per game/yards per game 


5.2/41.5 




5.2/40.2 


Safties 












Third down conversions Attempts/Made 


29/13 




25/11 


Third down conversion Percentage 


.368 




.387 


Time of Possession 




5:21:1 




5:38:59 



115 









































Getting the Word Out On Terplayback 1995, 


Team Statistics 








RUSHING 










































G/GS 


Att 


Gain 




Loss 






Net 


Yds.Att. 


Yds. 


Game 




TD Long 


Against 


Buddy Rodgers 




11/11 


158 


757 




39 






718 




4.5 




65.3 




7 


54 


W.Va. 


Brian Underwood 




11/0 


73 


320 




30 






290 




4.0 




26.4 




1 


35 


Tulane 


Jermaine Lewis 




10/10 


15 


79 




21 






58 




3.9 




5.8 




2 


14 


N.C 


.St. 


Orlando Strozier 




8/0 


23 


58 




6 






52 




6.5 




6.5 




3 


11 


Tulane 


Geroy Simon 




11/11 


11 


36 




11 






25 




2.3 




2.3 







12 


Duke 


Brian Cummings 




7/6 


76 


186 




169 






17 




.2 




2.4 




1 


14 


Louisville 


Kevin Plank 




11/0 


4 


11 











11 




2.8 




1.1 







6 


Tulane 


Bruce James 




11/1 


1 


6 











6 




6.0 




.6 







6 


Virginia 


Richard Roberts 




10/10 


2 


6 




7 






-1 




-.5 




-.1 







6 


Florida State 


Team 




2/2 


2 







14 






-14 




-.7.0 




-7.0 













Scott Milanovich 




7/5 


20 


13 




104 






-91 




-4.6 




-13.0 




1 


6 


N.C 


. State 


Maryland 




11/11 


385 


1472 




401 




1071 




2.8 




97.4 




15 








Opponents 




11/11 


459 


2054 




327 




1727 




3.8 




157.0 




20 








PASSING 








































G/Gi 


Att. 


Cmp. 


Pet. 


Int. 


Yds. 


Yds. 




Yds. 


Yds. 


TDs 


Elf. 


Long 


Against 




















Att. 


Cmp. 


Gme 






Rat 








Brian Cummings 




7/6 


166 


98 


.590 


4 


1193 


7.2 




12.2 


170.4 




5 


124.4 


50 


N 


. Carolina 


Scott Milanvoich 




7/5 


188 


125 


.665 


7 


1176 


6.3 




9.4 


168.0 




2 


115.1 


53 


Ga Tech 


Buddy Rodgers 


11/1: 


1 


1 1.000 







32 


32.0 




32.0 


2.9 




1 


698.9 


32 


N 


. Carolma 


Orlando Strozier 




8/0 


7 


2 


.286 







10 


1.4 




5.0 


1.2 







40.6 


11 


Tulane 


Maryland 


11/11 


362 


226 


.624 


11 


2411 


6.7 




10.7 


219.2 




8 


119.6 








Opponents 


11/11 


338 


192 


.568 


13 


2128 


6.3 




11.1 


193.5 




8 


109.8 








TOTAL OFFENSE 


Rushing Yards 






Passing Yards 






Total Yards 














Att. 


< 


3ain 


Loss Net 


Tds 




Att 


Comp 


Yards 


Tds 




Plays 


Yds Game 




Brian Cummings 


76 




186 


169 


17 


1 




166 




38 


1193 


5 




242 


1210 


172.9 


Scott Milanovich 


20 




13 


104 


91 


1 




188 


125 


1176 


2 




208 


1085 


155.0 


Buddy Rodgers 


158 




757 


39 718 


7 




1 




1 




32 


1 




159 




750 


68.2 


Brian Underwood 


73 




320 


30 290 


1 






















73 




190 


26.4 


Orlando Strozier 


23 




58 


6 


52 


3 




7 




2 




10 







30 




62 


7.8 


Jermaine Lewis 


15 




79 


21 


58 


2 






















15 




58 


5.8 


Geroy Simon 


11 




36 


11 


25 

























11 




25 


2.3 


Kevin Plank 


4 




11 





11 

























4 




11 


2.8 


Bruce James 


1 




6 





6 

























1 




6 


.6 


Richard Roberts 


2 




6 


7 


-1 

























2 




-1 


-.5 


Team 


2 







14 


14 

























2 




-14 


-7.0 


Maryland 


385 




1472 


401 1071 


15 




362 


226 


2411 


8 




747 


3482 


316.6 


Opponents 


459 




2054 


327 1727 


20 




338 


192 


2128 


8 




797 


3855 


350.5 


RECEIVING 










































G/GS 


Recs. 


Yds. 




Avg. Catch 


Yds. Game 




TDs 


Rec/Game 




Long 




Against 


Jermaine Lewis 




10/10 


66 


937 






14.2 




93.7 




3 




6.6 






53 




GaTech 


Geroy Simon 




11/11 


54 


440 






8.2 




40.0 









4.9 






33 




Florida St. 


Mancel Johnson 




11/11 


30 


359 






12.0 




32.6 




3 




2.7 






50 




Carolina 


Buddy Rodgers 




11/11 


25 


164 






6.6 




14.9 









2.3 






21 




GaTech 


Brian Underwood 




11/0 


18 


122 






6.8 




11.1 




1 




1.6 






20 




Wake 


Bruce James 




11/1 


16 


221 






13.8 




20.1 




1 




1.5 






48 




Duke 


Richard Roberts 




10/10 


8 


69 






8.6 




6.9 









.8 






18 




Wake 


Walt Williams 




11/0 


6 


71 






11.8 




7.1 




1 




.6 






33 




Florida St. 


Kevm Plank 




11/0 


1 


5 






5.0 




.5 









.1 






5 




Florida St. 


Mario Chavez 




11/0 


1 


12 






12.0 




1.2 









.1 






12 




Florida St. 


Kendrick Walton 




1/1 


1 


11 






11.0 




11.0 









1.0 






11 




Tulane 


Maryland 




11/11 


226 


241 






10.7 




219.2 




8 




20.6 












Opponents 




11/11 


192 


2128 






11.1 




193.5 




8 




17.5 












ALL PURPOSE 












































Rushinc 


I 




Receiving 




Punt Rets 


Kickoff Rets. 






Avg 


. 




RUNNING 




G 


Att 


Yds. 




No. 


Yds. 




No. 


Yds,. 


No. 


Yds. 




Plays 


Yds 


Play/Game 


Jermaine Lewis 




10 


15 


58 




66 


937 




12 




152 


1 


27 




94 


1174 




12.5/117.4 


Buddy Rodgers 




11 


158 


718 




25 


164 




















183 


882 




4.8/80.2 


Chad Scott 




11 


























26 


549 




26 


549 




21.1/49.9 


Geroy Simon 




11 


11 


25 




54 


440 




















65 


465 




7.2/42.3 


Brian Underwood 




11 


73 


290 




18 


122 




















91 


412 




4.5/37.5 


Mancel Johnson 




11 










30 


359 




















30 


359 




12.0/32.6 


Bruce James 




11 


1 


6 




16 


221 




















17 


227 




13.4/20.6 


Richard Roberts 




10 


2 


-1 




8 


69 




1 




25 










11 


93 




8.5/9.3 


Walt Williams 




11 










6 


71 




















6 


71 




11.8/6.5 


Orlando Strozier 




8 


23 


52 












3 




17 










26 


69 




2.7/8.6 


Jason Word 




7 


























5 


52 




5 


52 




10.4/7.4 


Jonathan Johnson 




8 


























4 


48 




4 


48 




12.0/6.0 


Clifton Crosby 




8 


























3 


34 




3 


34 




11.3/4.3 


Brian Cummings 




7 


76 


17 




























76 


17 




.2/2.4 


Kevin Plank 




11 


4 


11 




1 


5 












1 







6 


16 




2.7/1.4 


Marion Chavez 




11 










1 


12 




















1 


12 




2.7/12/1.1 


Kendrick Walton 




1 










1 


11 




















1 


11 




11.0/11.0 


Eric Ogbogu 




11 


























1 


-1 




1 


-1 




-1.0/-9.1 


Team 




2 


2 


-14 




























2 


-14 




-7.0/-7.0 


Scott Milanovich 




7 


20 


-91 




























20 


-91 




-4.6/-13.0 


Maryland 




11 


385 


1071 




226 


2411 




16 


' 


94 


41 


709 




668 


4385 




6.6/398.6 


Opponents 




11 


459 


1727 




192 


2128 




16 




89 


25 


441 




692 


4385 




6.3/398.6 



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1995, 


Team Statistics 












DEFENSE 


G/GS 




UT 


AT 


TT 


Sack 


TFL 


FF 


FR 


BL 


PD 




Int. 




Saf 


Ratcliff Thomas 


11/11 




63 


40 


103 


3/-23 


7/-33 


1 


1 












2 







Tim Brown 


11/11 




52 


30 


82 


0/0 


1/-2 


1 























Mike Settles 


11/11 




46 


33 


79 


21- 15 


4/- 18 





1 




















Chad Scott 


11/11 




59 


17 


76 


0/0 


0/0 













10 




3 







Andreal Johnson 


11/10 




56 


19 


75 


2/-23 


2/-23 


2 


1 







3 




6 







Johnnie Hicks 


11/11 




41 


31 


72 


5/-25 


7/-29 


2 










1 












Tim Watson 


11/11 




34 


29 


63 


2/- 10 


5/-14 


1 










4 












Lamont Gore 


11/10 




21 


28 


49 


1/-5 


1/-5 


1 


1 







6 




1 







Al Wallace 


11/10 




38 


9 


47 


6/-42 


9/-60 


2 























Eric Ogbogu 


11/2 




37 


8 


45 


6/-52 


13/-75 





2 







1 












Eric Hicks 


11/10 




35 


9 


44 


3/-22 


6/-29 





1 







3 












Darnck Rather 


11/11 




23 


19 


42 


0/0 


9/-1 













1 












Andre Hentz 


11/1 




20 


16 


36 


0/0 


0/0 





2 




















Cornelius White 


10/2 




19 


8 


27 


1/-4 


2/-5 


1 


1 







1 












Wade Inge 


11/1 




12 


7 


19 


0/0 


0/0 





1 







1 












Anthony Jenkins 


11/1 




9 


9 


18 


0/0 


1/-3 


























Eric Barton 


4/0 




9 


9 


18 


0/0 


0/0 


1 























Gene Gray 


11/0 




7 


7 


14 


0/0 


0/0 


























Brett White 


9/0 




8 


6 


14 


0/0 


0/0 


























Mario Chavez 


11/0 




4 


4 


8 


1/-5 


1/-5 


























Daryl Giles 


11/0 




5 


2 


7 


0/0 


0/0 


























Kevin Plank 


11/0 




5 


2 


7 


0/0 


0/0 


























Henry Baker 


8/0 




5 


1 


6 


1/-7 


1/-7 













1 












Paul Jackson 


8/0 




4 


2 


6 


0/0 


0/0 


























Rhett Hesprich 


1/0 




3 


3 


6 


0/0 


0/0 


























Jonathan Johnson 


8/0 




2 


1 


3 


0/0 


0/0 













2 












Jeremiah Howard 


11/0 




3 





3 


0/0 


0/0 


























Mitch Watkins 


6/0 




1 


1 


2 


0/0 


0/0 


























Clifton Crosby 


8/0 




2 





2 


0/0 


0/0 


























Walt Williams 


11/0 




2 





2 


0/0 


0/0 


























Ryan Gick 


6/0 







1 


1 


0/0 


0/0 


























Buddy Rodgers 


11/11 







1 


1 


0/0 


0/0 


























Maryland 


11/11 




625 


352 


977 


33/233 


61/309 


11 


11 







34 




12 















Touchdowns 






Conversions 


















Scoring 


G 




PRec 


Rush 


Ret 


Total 


Kick 


PR 


Run 


Total 


FGs 


Saf 




TP 




Buddy Rodgers 


11 







7 





7 








2 


2 












46 




Joe O'Donnell 


9 
















16 








16 


10 









46 




Jermaine Lewis 


10 




3 


2 


2 


7 
























42 




Mansel Johnson 


11 




3 








3 
























18 




Orlando Strozier 


8 







3 





3 
























18 




Brian Underwood 


11 







1 





1 








1 


1 












8 




Brian Cummings 


7 







1 





1 
























6 




Scott Milanovich 


7 







1 





1 
























6 




Walt Williams 


10 




1 








1 
























6 




Brad Rhodes 


2 
















3 








3 


1 









6 




Bruce James 


11 




1 








1 
























6 




Geroy Simon 


11 



















1 





1 












2 




Totals 


11 




8 


15 


2 


25 


19 


1 


3 


23 


11 









210 




Opponents 


11 




8 


20 


1 


29 


24 


4 





28 


15 









251 




Interceptions 




G 




Inl 




Yds 


YDs/Return 




TDs 






Long 






Andreal Johnson 




11 




6 




46 




7.7 











25 








Chad Scott 




11 




3 









0.0 




















Ratcliff Thomas 




11 




2 




4 




2.0 











4 








Lamont Gore 




11 




1 









0.0 




















Brett White 




9 




1 




4 




4.0 











4 








Totals 




11 




13 




54 




4.2 



















Opponents 




11 




11 




145 




13.2 




1 














Punt Returns 




G 


Returns 


Yds. 


Yds. /Return Yds. /Game 


Ret. /Game 


TDs 




Long Ret. 




Jermaine Lewis 




10 


12 




152 


12.7 




15.2 




1.2 


1 






66 






Orlando Strozier 




8 


3 




17 


5.7 




2.1 




0.4 









16 






Richard Roberts 




10 


1 




25 


25.0 




2.5 




0.1 









2E 






Totals 




11 


16 




194 


12.1 




17.6 




1.5 


1 












Opponents 




11 


16 




89 


6.6 




8.1 




1.5 
















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Getting the Word Out On Terplayback 1995, Superlatives 



Individual Superlatives 



Most Rushes 
Most Yards Rushing 
Most Touchdowns Rushing 



Most Passes Attempted 

Most Passes Completed 

Best Passing Percentage 

Most Yards Passing 
Most Touchdown Passes 

Most Receptions 

Most Receiving Yards 

Most Touchdowns Receiving 

Most Punts 

Best Punting Average 

Longest Punt 

Most Interceptions 

Most Interception Return Yards 

Most Punt Returns 

Most Punt Return Yards 
Longest Punt Returns 
Most Kickoff Returns 

Most Kickoff Return Yards 
Longest Kickoff Return 
Most Points Scored 

Most PAT'S 

Most Field Goals 

Most Field Goals Attempted 



Longest Field Goal 
Longest Scoring Play 
Longest Non-Sconng Play 

Longest Non-Sconng Pass 



22 by Buddy Rodgers vs. North Carolina (61 yards) 

112 by Buddy Rodgers vs. West Virginia (21 carries) 

2 by Buddy Rodgers vs. Tulane 

2 by Buddy Rodgers vs. Duke 

2 by Jermaine Lewis vs. N.C. State 

62 by Scott Milanovich vs. Florida State 

(46 completed) 

46 by Scott Milanovich vs. Flonda State 
(62 attempted) 

.833 by Brian Cummings vs. Tulane (10-12) 

.833 by Scott Milanovich vs. N.C. State (20-24) 

380 by Scott Milanovich vs. Flonda State 

2 by Brian Cummings vs. West Virginia 

2 by Brain Cummings vs. Duke 

16 by Geroy Simon versus Floinda State (124 yards) 

205 by Jermaine Lewis vs. Duke (9 receptions) 

2 by Mancel Johnson vs. North Carolina 

7 by Russell Edwards vs. West Virginia (42.3 avg.) 

43.4 by Scott Milanovich vs. Wake Forest 

58 by Russell Edwards vs. West Virginia 

2 by Andreal Johnson vs. North Carolina 

2 by Chad Scott vs. West Virginia 

25 by Andreal Johnson vs. Flonda State (1 
interception) 

3 by Jermaine Lewis vs. Duke (26 yards) 

3 by Jermaine Lewis vs. N.C. State (74 yards) 
74 by Jermaine Lewis vs. N.C. State (6 returns) 
66 yards by Jermrne Lewis vs. N.C. State 

6 by Chad Scott vs. Duke (135 yards) 

6 by Chad Scott vs. Florida State (132 yards) 

135 by Chad Scott vs. Duke (6 returns) 

34 by Chad Scott vs. Ga. Tech 

14 by Buddy Rodgers vs. Tulane (2 TD, 

1 Rush extra pomt) 

4 by Joe O'Donnell vs. West Virginia 
4 by Joe O'Donnell vs. Duke 

2 by Joe O'Donnell vs. Duke 

2 by Joe O'Donnell vs. North Carolina (1 made) 
2 by Joe O'Donnell vs. Duke (2 made) 
2 by Joe O'Donnell vs. Wake Forest (1 made) 
2 by Brad Rhodes vs. Louisville (0 made) 

47 yards by Joe O'Donnell vs. West Vuginia 
54 run by Buddy Rodgers vs. West Virginia 
53 pass from Scott Milanovich to 
Jermaine Lewis vs. GaTech 

53 pass from Scott Milanovich to 
Jermaine Lewis vs. GaTech 



Team Superlatives 

Most Rushes 
Most Yards Rushing 
Most Touchdowns Rushing 
Most Yards Rushing Allowed 
Most Passes Attempted 
Most Passes Completed 
Best Passing Percentage 
Most Yards Passing 
Most Touchdown Passes 



Most Yards Passmg Allowed 
Fewest Yards Passmg Allowed 
Most Sacks 
Most Sacks Allowed 

Most Fumbles 
Most Fumbles Lost 



Most Total Offense 

Most Yards Total Offense Allowed 

Total Offensive Plays 

Total Offensive Plays Allowed 

Fewest Yards Total Offense 

Fewest Yards Total Offense Allowed 

Most Interceptions 

Most Interceptions Allowed 

Most First Downs 

Fewest First Downs 
Most First Downs Allowed 
Fewest First Downs Allowed 

Most Penalty Yards 

Fewest Penalty Yards 

Highest Pet. 3rd Down Conversions 

Lowest Pet. 3rd Down Conversions 
Highest Pet. 4th Down Conversions 



Lowest Pet. 4th Down Conversions 
Highest Pet. 3rd Down Conversions Allowed 
Highest Pet. 4th Down Conversions Allowed 
Most Time of Possession 
Least Time of Possession 



54 vs. Tulane (236 yards) 

245 vs. Duke (41 attempts) 

4 vs. Tulane 

261 by Georgia Tech 

51 by Georgia Tech 

46 vs. Flonda State (62 attempts) 

.833 vs. N.C. State (20-24) 

380 vs. Flonda State 

2 vs. North Carolina (1 by Brian 

Cummings, 1 by Buddy Rodgers) 

2 vs. West Virginia (2 by Bnan Cummings) 

2 vs. Duke (2 by Bnan Cummings) 

496 by Florida State 

75 by Clemson 

8 vs. N.C. State (-71 yards) 

6 by Georgia Tech 

6 by Louisville (-53 yards) 

4 vs. Duke 

2 vs. West Vuginia 

2 vs. Duke 

2 vs. N.C. State 

544 yards vs. Duke 

616 vs. Flonda State 

83 vs. Flordia State 

80 by Louisville 

171 vs. Clemson 

209 by Wake Forest 

4 vs. North Carolina 

4 vs. Virginia 

24 vs. Duke 

24 vs. Flonda State 

10 vs. Clemson 

31 vs. Flonda State 

15 by West Virginia 

15 by Wake Forest 

80 vs. Tulane 

19 yards vs. North Carolina 

50% (8-16) vs. Tulane 

50% (9-18) vs. Wake Forest 

22% (2-9) vs. Duke 

1.00 (1-1) vs. Tulane 

1.00 (1-1) vs. Duke 

1.00 (1-1) vs. Virginia 

0.00 (0-3) vs. Georgia Tech 

.578 (11-19) by Louisville 

1.00 (1-1) by Georgia Tech 

34:58 vs. West Virginia 

25:18 vs Louisville 



Kickoff Returns 




G 




Returns 


Yds. 


Yds./Return 


YDs/Game 


Ret. /Game 


TDs 


Long Ret 




Chad Scott 




11 




26 


549 


21.1 




49.9 




2.4 









34 




Jason Word 




7 




5 


52 


10.4 




7.4 




0.7 









18 




Johnathan Johnson 




8 




4 


48 


12.0 




6.0 




0.5 









19 




Clifton Crosby 




8 




3 


34 


11.3 




4.3 




0.4 









15 




Jermaine Lewis 




10 




1 


27 


27.0 




2.7 




0.1 









27 




Kevin Plank 




10 




1 





0.0 




0.0 




0.1 














Eric Ogbogu 




11 




1 


-1 


-1.0 




-9.1 




0.1 














Totals 




11 




41 


709 


17.3 




64.5 




3.7 













Opponents 




11 




25 


441 


17.6 
Inside 




40.1 




2.3 
Distance 













Punting 


G 




Punts Yds. 


Yds./Punt 


Punts/Games 


Opp. 


20 


Blkd 


1-19 20-29 


30-39 


40-49 


50-59 


Long 


Scott Milanovich 


7 




33 


1217 


36.9 


4.7 


7 







3 


4 


10 


9 


3 


57 


Russell Edwards 


4 




22 


769 


35.0 


5.5 


5 







1 


7 


6 


6 


2 


58 


Totals 


11 




55 


1986 


36.1 


5.0 


12 







4 


11 


16 


15 


5 




Opponents 


11 




53 


1961 


37.0 


4.8 


10 







2 


8 


15 


15 


5 





118 



Getting the Word Out On Terplayback 1995, Highlights of the Season 



Terps by the Numbers 



6-5 1995 Overall Team record 

4-4 1995 Atlantic Coast Conference Record 

515-468-42 All-Time Football Record 

28 AH Americans {1st & 2nd Teams) 

10 Consensus All- Americans 

5 Academic All-Amencans 

181 NFL Draft Picks 

160 Players Selected 

12 No. 1 Picks 

3 Retired Jerseys (Bob Ward, Jack Scarbath, Randy White) 

Nationally 

Maryland was ranked in back-to-back weeks for the first time in nine 
seasons. The Terps were ranked No. 24 and No. 17 by the Associated 
Press and No. 25 and No. 17 by USA Today/CNN polls following the 
West Virginia (Sept. 16) and Duke (Sept. 23) games. 

A.J. Johnson was named Sports Ulustrated's Defensive Player of the 
Week for his performance in the Terps' victory over North Carolina. He 
had two interceptions, both keys to the victory, forced a fumble, and 
made six tackles. He was also named the ACC Defensive Back of the 
Week. 

Maryland led the nation in turnover margin after three weeks of the 
season with a plus 11(15 takeaways and only four giveaways). 

1995 NCAA Statistics 

Individual Terp Bests 

Andreal Johnson was tied for eighth in interceptions, 0.55 
Jermaine Lewis was eighth m receptions per game, 6.6 
Jermaine Lewis was 12th in punt return average, 12.7 
Jermaine Lewis was 15th in receiving yards per game, 93.7 
Geroy Simon was 39th in receptions per game, 5.5 

Team Terp Bests 

Maryland was 19th in punt returns, 12.1 
Maryland was 37th in passing efficiency defense. 109.8 
Maryland was 44th m passmg offense, 219.2 
Maryland was 46th m total defense, 350.5 

Terrapins in the ACC 

151-113-4 League Record (1953-1995) 

230-207-8 Overall Record (1953-1995) 

6-9-2 Bowl Record 

1995 ACC Statistics 

Individual Terp Bests 

Jermaine Lewis, first receptions per game, 6,6; first in receiving yards 

per game, 93.7; first in punt returns, 12.7; eighth m all-purpose yards 

per game, 117.4 

Andreal Johnson. 2nd in interceptions. .55 

Chad Scott, fourth m kickoff returns, 21.1; tied for sixth in passes broken 

up, 10 

Geroy Simon, fifth in receptions per game. 5.5 

Eric Ogbogu, tied for fifth in quarterback sacks, 7; tied for fifth in tackles 

for minus yardage, 13 

Buddy Rodgers, seventh in rushing yards per game. 65.3 

Joe O'Donnell, eighth m field goals. 0.7 

Ratcliff Thomas, eleventh in tackles, 9.4 



1995 All-ACC 

First Team: Jermaine Lewis, Wide Receiver 

Second Team: Eric Ogbogu, Defensive Lineman 

Honorable Mention: Johnnie Hicks, Defensive Lineman; Al Wallace, 

Defensive Lineman: Eric Hicks, Defensive Lineman; Ratcliff Thomas, 

Linebacker; Mike Settles, Linebacker; Chad Scott, Defensive Back; 

Darryl Gilliam, Offensive Tackle; Erik Greenstein, Center; Buddy 

Rodgers, Running Back; Joe O'Donnell, Kicker. 

1995 Academic All-ACC 



First Team: Al Wa 



msive Lineman 



Notes on the Season 

Maryland's 4-0 start was its first since 1978. ..The year ended with the 
first winning season in five years. ..The most people in a decade saw 
football m Byrd Stadium when the Terps hosted 210,606 fans dunng the 
season for an average of 42, 121. ..It marked the first time in a decade the 
Terps averaged over 40,000 fans per game. ..Maryland hosted 48,055 fans 
in a newly renovated and expanded Byrd Stadium versus West 
Virginia... It was the largest crowd to see a football game in Byrd Stadium 
since 1985. ..Buddy Rodgers became the first Terp smce 1978 to complete 
a halfback pass for a touchdown... Quarterback Bnan Cummings became 
the first sophomore quarterback to win his first four career 
starts... Offensive tackle Darryl Gilliam earned ACC Player of the Week 
honors for his performance versus West Virginia... Maryland's three-game 
home winning streak in September was the fust time smce 1983 that the 
Terps had won three-in-a-row at home on consecutive Saturday's since 
1983. ..Maryland's defense held Wake Forest without a touchdown - the 
first time a team had not scored a touchdown versus Maryland since 
1989. ..The Terps defense set a school record with rune sacks of the 
quarterback versus N.C. State... Jermaine Lewis scored four touchdowns 
versus N.C. State; the first time a Terps player had scored four 
touchdowns in a game smce Rick Badanjek versus North Carolina in 
1984... Scott Milanovich completed a school-record 46 passes on a school- 
record 62 attempts versus Flonda State. ..Maryland swept the Carolina 
contingent of ACC teams for the first time since 1985. ..Maryland's defense 
intercepted 13 passes marking the most by a Terps team since 1987. 




119 



Getting the Word Out On Terplayback 1995, Tulane 



September 2, 1995 



Maryland 29, Tulane 10 
Louisiana Superdome 
New Orleans, Louisiana 




Maryland. 
Tulane 



14 - 29 
7 - 10 



UM 1st 5:29 



UM 2nd 10:39 



TU 

TU 



2nd 
4th 



0:26 
14:06 



UM 4th 8:35 



UM 4th 2:40 



Buddy Rodgers 6-yard rush 

Joe O'Donnell PAT 

Orlando Strozier 5-yard rush 

Buddy Rodgers 2-point rush conversion good 

Brad Palazzo 32-yard field goal 

John Hubert 15-yard pass from Aley Demarest 

Brad Palazzo PAT 

Buddy Rodgers 19-yard rush 

Joe O'Donnell PAT 

Brian Underwood 3-yard rush 

Joe O'Donnell PAT 



STARTERS 






Offense 




Defense 




WR 


Kendrick Walton 


DE 


Eric Hicks 


SR 


Richard Roberts 


DT 


Johnnie Hicks 


LT 


Darryl Gilliam 


DT 


Tim Watson 


LG 


Pat Ward 


DE 


Al Wallace 


C 


Erik Greenstein 


LB 


Ratcliff Thomas 


RG 


Aaron Henne 


LB 


Tim Brown 


RT 


John Feugill 


OLB 


Mike Settles 


SR 


Geroy Simon 


CB 


Chad Scott 


WR 


Mancel Johnson 


CB 


A.J. Johnson 


QB 


Brian Cummings 


FS 


Wade Inge 


RB 


Buddy Rodgers 


SS 


Darnck Rather 


PK 


Joe O'Donnell 


P 


Russell Edwards 


MARYLAND DEFENSE 








UT AT 


TT 


QBSK PD 


Tim Brown 


7 3 


10 





Johnnie Hicks 6 2 


8 





Tim Watson 


4 2 


6 





Mike Settles 


1 4 


5 





Chad Scott 


4 1 


5 






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 Had Intercepted 
Total Offensive Plays 
Total Net Yards 
Average Gain Per Play 
Return Yards 
Fumbles: Number/Lost 
Penalties: Number/Yards 
Interceptions : Number/Yards 
Punts: Number/Yards 
Average Yards Per Punt 
Punt Returns: Number/Yards 
Kickoff Returns : Number/Yards 
Sacks By/Yards 
Third Down Conversions 
Fourth Down Conversions 



Individual Statistics 

PASSING 

Terps: Brian Cummings, 10-12-0, 71 yards, TD, Long 18 

Orlando Strozier, 2-7-0, 10 yards, TD, Long 11 
Tulane: Aley Demarest, 23-46-2, 228 yards, 1 TD, Long 23 



Maryland 


Tulane 


20 


18 


14 


4 


5 


13 


1 


1 


54 


24 


278 


66 


42 


27 


236 


39 


81 


228 


19 


46 


12 


23 





2 


73 


70 


317 


267 


4.3 


3.8 


9 


3 


0/0 


3/1 


10/80 


6/60 


2/9 


0/0 


6/188 


5/160 


31.3 


32.0 


1/0 


1/3 


1/21 


2/38 


2/14 


1/4 


8/16 


8/18 


1/1 


0/1 



RUSHING 
Terps 



Tulane: 



Buddy Rodgers, 14-107, 2 TD, Long 19 
Brian Underwood, 17-92, 1 TD, Long 35 
Orlando Strozier, 15-49, 1 TD, Long 11 
John Hubert, 8-33, TD, Long 14 
Jerald Sowell, 9-20, TD, Long 9 



RECEIVING 

Terps: Brian Underwood, 3-30, TD, Long 18 

Mancel Johnson, 4-23, TD, Long 9 

Geroy Simon, 3-17, TD, Long 11 
Tulane: Jerald SoweU, 6-55, TD, Long 55 

Jeff Liggon, 4-48, TD, Long 16 

Kevin Cunane, 3-26, TD, Long 11 

PUNTING 

Terps: Russell Edwards, 6-188, 31.3 avg., Long 47 

Tulane: Danny Lasseigne, 5-160, 32.0 avg., Long 41 

FIELD GOALS 

Terps: None 

Tulane: Brad Palazzo, 1-1, Long 32 

RETURNS 

Terps: Chad Scott, 1-21, TD, Long 21 (kickoff returns) 

Andreal Johnson, 1-9, TD, Long 9 (interception returns) 
Lamont Gore, 1-0, TD, Long (interception returns) 

Tulane: Keith Liggon, 1-20, TD, Long 20 (kickoff returns) 
John Hubert, 1-18, TD, Long 18 (kickoff returns) 

Attendance: 18,159 



120 



Getting the Word Out On Terplayback 1995, North Carolina 



Sept. 9, 1995 Maryland 32, North Carolina 18 
Byrd Stadium 
College Park, Maryland 



Maryland North Carolina 




North Carolina 7 

Maryland 



18 



18 
32 



UNC 


2nd 


6:28 


UM 


2nd 


1:54 


UM 


3rd 


14:04 


UM 


3rd 


11:58 



UNC 1st 4:30 Jonathan Linton 13 -yard run 
Scott Caparelli PAT 
Scott Caparelli 21 -yard Field Goal 
Buddy Rodgers 2-yard run 
Joe O'DonneU PAT 
Joe O'DonneU 45-yard Field Goal 
Mancel Johnson 50-yard pass from Bnan Cumrmngs 
Buddy Rodgers 2-point conversion run 

UNC 3rd 8:12 Jonathan Linton 22-yard run 

Octavus Barnes 2-point conversion reception 

UM 3rd 5:01 Orlando Strozier 1 -yard run 
Joe O'DonneU PAT 

UM 4th 11:00 Mancel Johnson 32-yard reception from 
Buddy Rodgers 
Joe O'DonneU PAT 



STARTERS 






Offense 




Defense 




WR 


Jermaine Lewis 


DE 


Eric Hicks 


SR 


Richard Roberts 


DT 


Johnnie Hicks 


LT 


Darryl GiUiam 


DT 


Tim Watson 


LG 


Pat Ward 


DE 


Al WaUace 


C 


Erik Greenstein 


LB 


Ratcliff Thomas 


RG 


Aaron Henne 


LB 


Tim Brown 


RT 


Mark Motley 


OLB 


Mike Settles 


SR 


Geroy Simon 


CB 


Chad Scott 


WR 


Mancel Johnson 


CB 


A.J. Johnson 


QB 


Bnan Cummings 


FS 


Lamont Gore 


RB 


Buddy Rodgers 


SS 


Damck Rather 


PK 


Joe O'DonneU 


P 


RusseU Edwards 


MAR YL AND DEFENSE 








UT AT 


TT 


QBSK PD 


Ratcliff Thomas 6 


10 





Chad Scon 


7 2 


9 


1 


Johnnie Hicks 4 3 


7 





Tim Watson 


6 1 


7 


1 


Lamont Gore 3 3 


6 


2 


A.J. Johnson 5 1 


6 






14 


24 


6 


10 


7 


14 


1 





43 


43 


114 


219 


43 


17 


71 


202 


212 


252 


19 


34 


11 


20 





4 


62 


77 


283 


454 


4.6 


5.9 


18 





0/0 


2/1 


4/19 


10/72 


4/15 


0/0 


6/208 


4/156 


34.7 


39.0 


1/3 


2/0 


3/19 


2/40 


1/10 


3/24 


3/12 


5/13 


0/0 


1/2 



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 Had Intercepted 
Total Offensive Plays 
Total Net Yards 
Average Gain Per Play 
Return Yards 
Fumbles: Number/Lost 
Penalties: Number/Yards 
Interceptions: Number/Yards 
Punts: Number/Yards 
Average Yards Per Punt 
Punt Returns: Number/Yards 
Kickoff Returns: Number/Yards 
Sacks By/Yards 
Third Down Conversions 
Fourth Down Conversions 



Individual Statistics 

PASSING 

Terps: Brian Cummings, 10-18-0, 180 yards, 1 TD, Long 50 

Buddy Rodgers, 1-1-0, 32 yards, 1 TD, Long 32 
N. Carolina: Mike Thomas, 20-34-4, 252 yards, TD, Long 30 

RUSHING 

Terps: Buddy Rodgers, 22-71, 1 TD, Long 12 

Bnan Underwood, 7-11, TD, Long 5 
N. Carolina: Jonathan Linton, 14-102, 2 TD, Long 22 

Leon Johnson, 15-69, TD, Long 11 

RECEIVING 

Terps: Jermaine Lewis, 6-108, TD, Long 40 

Mancel Johnson, 2-82, 2 TD, Long 50 
N. Carolina: Marc Montoro, 4-72, TD, Long 30 

Octavus Barnes, 4-60, TD, Long 22 

PUNTING 

Terps: RusseU Edwards, 6-208, 34.7 avg.. Long 48 

N. Carolina: Scott Caparelli, 4-156, 39.0 avg., Long 52 

FIELD GOALS 

Terps: Joe O'DonneU, 1-2, Long 45 

N. Carolina: Scott CapareUi, 1-1, Long 21 

RETURNS 

Terps: Chad Scott, 1-9, TD, Long 9 (kickoff returns) 

Jason Word, 1-5. TD, Long 5 (kickoff returns) 
Andreal Johnson, 2-7, TD, Long 5 (interception returns) 

N. Carolina: Marcus WaU, 2-40, TD, Long 27 (kickoff returns) 

Attendance: 32,215 

Weather: 81 degrees, winds from the east at 8 MPH, relative humidity of 

79 percent. 



121 



Getting the Woid Out On Terplayback 1995, West Virginia 



Sept. 16, 1995 



Maryland 31, West Virginia 17 

Byrd Stadium 

College Park, Maryland 




West Virginia. 
Maryland 



...3 
.14 



7 7 
17 



17 
31 



WVU 1st 5:30 Bryan Baumann 35-yard Field Goal 
UM 1st 4:45 Buddy Rodgers 54-yard run 

Joe O'Donnell PAT 
UM 1st 3:29 Brian Cummings 11 -yard run 

Joe O'Donnell PAT 
WVU 2nd 7:01 Aaron Beasley 49-yard interception return 

Bryan Baumann PAT 
UM 3rd 12:11 Mancel Johnson 24-yard pass from Brian Cummings 

Joe O'Donnell PAT 
UM 3rd 6:48 Joe O'Donnell 47-yard Field Goal 
WVU 3rd 4:57 Lovett Pumell 17-yard pass from Chad Johnston 

Bryan Baumann PAT 
UM 3rd 1:03 Jermame Lewis 11-yard pass from Brian Cummings 

Joe O'Donnell PAT 



STARTERS 

Offense 

WR 



SR 

LT 

LG 

C 

RG 

RT 

SR 

WR 

QB 

RB 

PK 



Jermame Lewis 
Richard Roberts 
Darryl Gilliam 
Pat Ward 
Erik Greenstein 
Aaron Henne 
Mark Motley 
Geroy Simon 
Mancel Johnson 
Brian Cummmgs 
Buddy Rodgers 
Joe O'Donnell/ 
Brad Rhodes 



MARYLAND DEFENSE 



Darnck Rather 
A.J. Johnson 
Johnnie Hicks 
Tun Brown 
Ratcliff Thomas 
Tim Watson 



UT 

3 

6 

4 
5 
4 
3 



AT 

5 
1 
2 

1 
2 



Defense 

DE 

DT 

DT 

DE 

LB 

LB 

OLB 

CB 

CB 

FS 

SS 

P 



TT 

8 
7 
6 
5 
5 
5 



Eric Hicks 
Johnnie Hicks 
Tim Watson 
Al Wallace 
Ratcliff Thomas 
Tim Brown 
Mike Settles 
Chad Scott 
A.J. Johnson 
Wade Inge 
Darnck Rather 
Russell Edwards 



QBSK 



1/14 

1/9 









PD 


1 
1 






Team Statistics Maryland 

First Downs 16 
Rushing 7 

Passing 6 

Penalty 3 

Rushmg Attempts 46 

Yards Gamed Rushing 203 

Yards Lost Rushing 41 

Net Yards Rushmg 162 

Net Yards Passmg 130 

Passes Attempted 26 

Passes Completed 13 
Passes Had Intercepted 2 

Total Offensive Plays 72 

Total Net Yards 292 

Average Gam Per Play 4.1 
Return Yards 

Fumbles: Number/Lost 3/2 

Penalties: Number/Yards 6/61 

Interceptions: Number/Yards 3/0 

Punts: Number/Yards 7/296 

Average Yards Per Punt 42.3 

Punt Returns: Number/Yards 0/0 

Kickoff Returns: Number/Yards 4/47 

Sacks By/Yards 3/34 

Third Down Conversions 6/15 

Fourth Down Conversions 0/0 



West Virginia 

15 
6 
8 
1 

33 
134 
51 
83 
128 
29 
11 
3 

62 
211 
3.4 
101 
7/4 
5/45 
2/87 
6/162 
27.0 
2/14 
3/41 
0/0 
6/14 
0/0 



Individual Statistics 

PASSING 

Terps: 

West Virginia 

RUSHING 
Terps: 



Brian Cummings, 13-26-2, 130 yards, 2 TD, Long 28 
Chad Johnston, 11-29-3, 128 yards, 1 TD, Long 23 



Buddy Rodgers, 21-112, 1 TD, Long 54 
Brian Underwood, 10-31, TD, Long 8 
Brian Cummmgs, 13-16, 1 TD, Long 11 
Jimmy Gary, 18-75, TD, Long 13 
Curtis Keaton, 3-17, TD, Long 11 

Bruce James, 4-52, TD, Long 28 
Geroy Simon, 5-34, TD, Long 12 
Jermame Lewis, 2-22, 1 TD, Long 1 1 
Lovett Pumell, 5-45, 1 TD, Long 16 
Tony Alexander, 2-31, TD, Long 23 
Jimmy Gary, 1-21, TD, Long 21 

Russeil Edwards, 7-296, 42.3 avg., Long 58 
Brian West, 6-162, 27.0 avg., Long 64 

Joe O'Donnell, 1-1, Long 47 
Bryan Baumann, 1-1, Long 35 

Jason Word, 4-47, TD, Long 18 (kickoff returns) 

Jason Scott, 2-0, TD, Long (interception returns) 

Andreal Johnson, 1-0, TD, Long 

(interception returns) 

Rashaan Vanterpool, 2-14, TD, Long 9 

Wilkie Perez, 2-25, TD, Long 25 (kickoff returns) 

Aaron Beasley, 1-49, 1 TD, Long 49 

(interception returns) 



Attendance: 48,055 

Weather: 68 degrees, steady ram. winds from northeast at 12 mph. 



West Virginia: 

RECEIVING 
Terps: 

West Virginia: 



PUNTING 

Terps: 

West Virginia: 

FIELD GOALS 

Terps: 

West Virginia: 

RETURNS 
Terps: 



West Virginia: 



122 



Getting the Woid Out On Terplayback 1995, Duke 

September 23, 1995 Maryland 41, Duke 28 

Byrd Stadium 
College Park, Maryland 




Duke 3 15 10 ■ 28 

Maryland 21 11 9 - 41 



DU 
UM 



1st 
2nd 



8:22 
12:56 



UM 2nd 8:43 



UM 2nd 5:51 



DU 2nd 2:05 



DU 2nd 1:17 



UM 
UM 



3rd 
3rd 



10:52 
5 08 



DU 4th 13:52 



Tom Cochran 24-yard Field Goal 

Jermaine Lewis 45-yard pass from Brian Cummings 

Joe O'Donnell PAT 

Buddy Rodgers 4-yard run 

Joe O'Donnell PAT 

Bruce James 48-yard pass from Brian Cummings 

Joe O'Donnell PAT 

Laymarr Marshall 1-yard run 

Tom Cochran PAT 

Laymarr Marshall 2-yard run 

Marc Wilson 2-point conversion pass from 

Spence Fischer 

Joe O'Donnell 19-yard Field Goal 

Orlando Strozier 1-yard run 

Geroy Simon 2-point conversion pass from 

Brian Cummings 

Spence Fischer 1-yard run 

Tom Cochran PAT 



UM 4th 


10:36 Joe O'Donnell 25-yard Field Goal 


DU 4th 


7: 14 Tom Cochran 33-yard Field Goal 


UM 4th 


2:13 Buddy Rodge 


rs 21 -yard run 




Missed PAT - 


Joe O'Donnell 


STARTERS 






Offense 




Defense 




WR 


Jermaine Lewis 


DE 


Eric Hicks 


SR 


Bruce James 


DT 


Johnnie Hicks 


LT 


Darryl Gilliam 


DT 


Tim Watson 


LG 


Pat Ward 


DE 


Al Wallace 


C 


Erik Greenstein 


LB 


Ratcliff Thomas 


RG 


Aaron Henne 


LB 


Tim Brown 


RT 


Mark Motley 


OLB 


Mike Settles 


SR 


Geroy Simon 


CB 


Chad Scott 


WR 


Mancel Johnson 


CB 


A.J. Johnson 


OB 


Brian Cummings 


FS 


Lamont Gore 


RB 


Buddy Rodgers 


SS 


Darnck Rather 


PK 


Joe O'Donnell/ 
Brad Rhodes 


P 


Russell Edwards 


MARYLAND Dl ?ENSE 








UT AT 


TT 


QBSK PD 


Ratcliff Thomas 8 


15 





Chad Scott 


10 1 


11 


2 


Johnnie Hicks 7 3 


10 





Tim Watson 


3 4 


7 





Lamont Gore 2 3 


5 


1 


Mike Settles 


4 1 


5 


1/8 


Al Wallace 


4 1 


5 






Team Statistics 


Maryland 


Duke 


First Downs 


24 


19 


Rushing 


12 


10 


Passing 


10 


7 


Penalty 


2 


2 


Rushing Attempts 


41 


41 


Yards Gained Rushing 


253 


175 


Yards Lost Rushing 


8 


8 


Net Yards Rushing 


245 


167 


Net Yards Passing 


299 


174 


Passes Attempted 


27 


36 


Passes Completed 


19 


18 


Passes Had Intercepted 








Total Offensive Plays 


68 


77 


Total Net Yards 


544 


341 


Average Gain Per Play 


8.0 


4.4 


Return Yards 


26 





Fumbles: Number/Lost 


4/2 


1/1 


Penalties: Number/Yards 


5/57 


7/47 


Interceptions: Number/Yards 


0/0 


0/0 


Punts: Number/Yards 


3/77 


5/205 


Average Yards Per Punt 


25.7 


41.0 


Punt Returns: Number/Yards 


3/26 


0/0 


Kickoff Returns: Number/Yards 


5/135 


7/145 


Sacks By/Yards 


0/0 


1/5 


Third Down Conversions 


2/9 


1/14 


Fourth Down Conversions 


1/1 


3/5 



Individual Statistics 

PASSING 

Terps: Brian Cummings, 19-27-0. 299 yards, 2 TD, Long 48 

Duke: Spence Fischer, 18-36-0, 174 yards, TD, Long 29 



RUSHING 
Terps: 



Duke: 



Buddy Rodgers, 13-103, 2 TD, Long 25 
Brian Underwood, 9-88, TD, Long 33 
Geroy Simon, 3-29, TD, Long 12 
Laymarr Marshall, 31-115, 2 TD, Long 23 
Spence Fischer, 8-45, 1 TD, Long 18 



RECEIVING 

Terps: Jermaine Lewis, 9-205, 1 TD, Long 45 

Bruce James, 4-67, 1 TD, Long 48 
Duke: Bill Khayat, 6-38, TD. Long 10 

Joe Opalenick, 5-37, TD, Long 11 

PUNTING 

Terps: Russell Edwards, 3-77, 25.7 avg.. Long 28 

Duke: John Krueger, 5-205, 41.0 avg.. Long 54 

FIELD GOALS 

Terps: Joe O'Donnell, 2-2, Long 25 

Duke: Tom Cochran, 2-2, Long 33 

RETURNS 

Terps: Chad Scott. 5-135, TD, Long 33 (kickoff returns) 

Jermaine Lewis, 3-26, TD, Long 12 (punt returns) 
Duke: Tijan Redmon, 5-121, TD, Long 32 (kickoff returns) 

Tate, 1-16. TD, Long 16 (kickoff returns) 

Attendance: 41, 013 

Weather: 55 degrees, chance of scattered showers, relative humidity is 

37 percent. 



123 



Getting the Word Out On Terplayback 1995, Georgia Tech 

Sept. 28, 1995 Georgia Tech 31, Maryland 3 Team Statistics 

Grant Field at Bobby Dodd Stadium Fus } D ° wns 

* Rushing 

Atlanta, Georgia Passing 

Penalty 
Rushing Attempts 
Yards Gamed Rushing 
Yards Lost Rushing 
Net Yards Rushing 
Net Yards Passing 
Passes Attempted 
Passes Completed 
Passes Had Intercepted 
Total Offensive Plays 
Total Net Yards 
Average Gam Per Play 
Return Yards 
Fumbles: Number/Lost 
Penalties: Number/Yards 
Interceptions: Number/Yards 
Punts: Number /Y ards 
Average Yards Per Punt 
Punt Returns: Number/Yards 
Kickoff Returns : Number/Yards 
Sacks By/Yards 
Third Down Conversions 
Fourth Down Conversions 




- 1 



Maryland 

Georgia Tech 3 



3 
13 



0-3 
15 - 31 



GT 


1st 


6:08 


GT 


2nd 


14:20 


UM 


2nd 


3:12 


GT 


2nd 


0:50 



GT 4th 5:21 



GT 4th 1:23 



Dave Frakes 37-yard Field Goal 

C.J. Williams 37-yard run 

Brad Chambers PAT 

Joe O'Donnell 22-yard Field Goal 

Cednc Zachery 25-yard pass from Donnie Davis 

Brad Chambers kick failed 

C.J. Williams 14-yard run 

Grant Baynham 2-point conversion pass 

from Donnie Davis 

Charles Wiley 19-yard run 

Brad Chambers PAT 



STARTERS 






Offense 




Defense 




WR 


Jermaine Lewis 


DE 


Eric Hicks 


SR 


Richard Roberts 


DT 


Johnnie Hicks 


LT 


Darryl Gilliam 


DT 


Tim Watson 


LG 


Pat Ward 


DE 


Al Wallace 


C 


Erik Greenstein 


LB 


Ratcliff Thomas 


RG 


Aaron Henne 


LB 


Tim Brown 


RT 


Mark Motley 


OLB 


Mike Settles 


SR 


Geroy Simon 


CB 


Chad Scott 


WR 


Mancel Johnson 


CB 


A.J. Johnson 


OB 


Scott Milanovich 


FS 


Lamont Gore 


RB 


Buddy Rodgers 


SS 


Darnck Rather 


PK 


Joe O'Donnell 


P 


Scott Milanovich 


MARYLAND DEFENSE 








UT AT 


TT 


QBSK PD 


Tim Brown 


6 7 


13 





A.J. Johnson 9 3 


12 





Ratcliff Thomas 8 2 


10 





Johnnie Hicks 5 3 


8 


1/6 


Lamont Gore 3 3 


6 






Maryland 


Georgia Tech 


19 


25 


2 


14 


16 


8 


1 


3 


24 


46 


34 


276 


64 


15 


(-30) 


261 


352 


150 


51 


24 


32 


17 


1 


1 


75 


70 


322 


411 


4.3 


5.9 


107 


40 


1/1 


1/0 


6/50 


4/27 


1/0 


1/0 


5/182 


4/160 


36.4 


40.0 


0/0 


4/31 


5/107 


1/21 


1/6 


6/51 


8/17 


6/13 


0/3 


1/1 



Individual Statistics 

PASSING 

Terps: Scott Milanovich, 32-51-1, 352 yards, TD, Long 53 

Tech: Donnie Davis, 17-23-0, 150 yards, 1 TD, Long 25 

RUSHING 

Terps: Brian Underwood, 6-22, TD, Long 8 

Buddy Rodgers, 6-4, TD, Long 2 
Tech: C.J. Williams, 27-166, 2 TD, Long 37 

Charles Wiley, 10-48, 1 TD, Long 19 

RECEIVING 

Terps: Jermaine Lewis, 13-189, TD, Long 53 

Buddy Rodgers. 5-45, TD, Long 21 
Tech: Derrick Steagall, 4-38, TD, Long 14 

C.J. Williams, 3-25, TD, Long 12 

PUNTING 

Terps: Scott Milanovich, 5-182, 36.4 avg., Long 44 

Tech: Keith Weaver, 4-160, 40.0 avg., Long 49 

FIELD GOALS 

Terps: Joe O'Donnell, 1-1, Long 22 

Tech: Dave Frakes, 1-2, Long 37 

RETURNS 

Terps: Chad Scott, 4-89, TD, Long 34 (kickoff returns) 

Jonathan Johnson, 1-18, TD, Long 18 (kickoff returns) 
Tech: Nathan Perryman, 4-31, TD, Long 19 (punt returns) 

Derrick Steagall, 1-21, TD, Long 21 (kickoff returns) 

Attendance: 44,137 

Weather: Mostly clear, 71 degrees, winds from the east at 10 mph. 



124 



Getting the Word Out On Terplayback 1995, Wake Forest 



October 7, 1995 Maryland 9, Wake Forest 6 


Team Statistics Maryland Wake Forest 


Groves Stadium 


First Downs 18 
Rushing 5 
Passing 13 


15 
7 
8 


Winston-Salem, North Carolina 




Penalty 
Rushing Attempts 30 





K1CKOFF 




30 






Yards Gained Rushing 75 


86 


* A ^^ 




Yards Lost Rushing 24 


29 






Net Yards Rushing 51 


57 




Net Yards Passing 255 


152 




Passes Attempted 42 


34 




Passes Completed 25 


18 




Passes Had Intercepted 


2 




Total Offensive Plays 72 


64 


■:^_ ^_4J 




Total Net Yards 306 


209 


J^^^t 




Average Gain Per Play 4.3 


3.3 


^ 




Return Yards 9 


(-1) 


, , —,-r— 




Fumbles: Number/Lost 2/1 
Penalties: Number/Yards 6/58 


0/0 
4/27 


E3I ' 






Interceptions: Number/Yards 2/5 


0/0 






Punts Numbpr/Yards 5/217 


6/225 




Average Yards Per Punt 43.4 


37.5 




Punt Returns: Number/Yards 2/4 


2/(-D 


Maryland 3 6 0-9 


Kickoff Returns: Number/Yards 2/49 


1/14 


Wake Forest 3 3-6 


Sacks By/Yards 4/29 


2/11 




Third Down Conversions 9/18 


3/13 


WF 2nd 11 : 22 Bill Hollows 33-yard Field Goal 


Fourth Down Conversions 1/2 


2/2 


UM 2nd 1:18 Joe O'Donnell 19-yard Field Goal 






UM 3rd 8:51 Buddy Rodgers 1-yard run 


Individual Statistics 




Joe O'Donnell kick failed 


PASSING 




WFU 4th 9:10 Bill Hollows 37-yard Field Goal 


Terps: Brian Cumrmngs. 20-30-0, 222 yards, TD, Long 
Scott Milanovich, 5-12-0, 33 yards, TD, Long 11 


42 


STARTERS 


Wake: Rusty LaRue, 18-34-2, 152 yards, TD, Long 22 




Offense Defense 






WR Jermaine Lewis DE Eric Hicks 


RUSHING 




SR Richard Roberts DT Johnnie Hicks 


Terps: Buddy Rodgers, 19-47, 1 TD, Long 9 




LT John Feugill DT Tim Watson 


Brian Cumrmngs, 6-12, TD, Long 6 




LG Pat Ward DE Al Wallace 


Wake: John Lewis, 19-63, TD, Long 9 




C Erik Greenstem LB Ratcliff Thomas 


Wande Shaw, 2-9, TD, Long 7 




RG Aaron Henne LB Tim Brown 






RT Mark Motley OLB Mike Settles 


RECEIVING 




SR Geroy Simon CB Chad Scott 


Terps: Jermaine Lewis, 7-87, TD, Long 42 




WR Mancel Johnson CB A.J. Johnson 


Mancel Johnson, 7-84, TD, Long 32 




OB Scott Milanovich FS Lamont Gore 


Wake: Darell Braswell. 9-82, TD, Long 22 




RB Buddy Rodgers SS Damck Rather 


Desmond Clark, 2-23, TD, Long 13 




PK Joe O'Donnell/ P Scott Milanovich 






Brad Rhodes 


PUNTING 

Terps: Scott Milanovich, 5-217, 43.4 avg.. Long 57 




MARYLAND DEFENSE 


Wake: Mike Strazzen, 6-225, 37.5 avg., Long 48 




UT AT TT QBSK PD 






Ratcliff Thomas 10 6 16 2/15 


FIELD GOALS 




Mike Settles 5 2 7 1/7 


Terps: Joe O'Donnell, 1-2, Long 19 




Tim Watson 3 4 7 1 


Wake: Bill Hollows. 2-2. Long 37 




Enc Barton 3 3 6 






Tim Brown 3 2 5 


RETURNS 




A.J. Johnson 4 15 


Terps: Chad Scott, 2-49, TD, Long 25 (kickoff returns) 




Chad Scott 2 3 5 1 


Jermiane Lewis, 2-4, Long 7 (punt returns) 
Wake: Marlon Estes. 1-14. TD, Long 14 (punt returns) 

Attendance: 19,107 






Weather: 76 degrees, clear, wind from the west at 6-10 MPH. 









125 



Getting the Word Out On Terplayback 1995, Clemson 



October 21, 1995 



Clemson 17, Maryland 

Byrd Stadium 

College Park, Maryland 




Clemson 7 

Maryland 



17 




CU 1st 7:49 Raymond Pnester 4-yard run 

Jeff Sauve PAT 
CU 2nd 0:00 Antwuan Wyatt 32-yard pass from Louis Solomon 

Jeff Sauve PAT 
CU 3rd 7:32 Jeff Sauve 36-yard Field Goal 



STARTERS 

Offense 

WR 



SR 

LT 

LG 

C 

RG 

RT 

SR 

WR 

QB 

RB 

PK 



Jermame Lewis 
Richard Roberts 
Darryl Gilliam 
Pat Ward 
Erik Greenstem 
Aaron Henne 
Mark Motley 
Geroy Simon 
Mancel Johnson 
Brian Cummmgs 
Buddy Rodgers 
Joe 0' DonnelV 
Brad Rhodes 



MARYLAND DEFENSE 



Mike Settles 
Johnnie Hicks 
Tim Brown 
Eric Barton 
Al Wallace 
Eric Ogbogu 
Tim Watson 
Cornelius White 



UT 

6 
6 
6 
4 
8 
6 
4 
6 



AT 

8 
5 
4 
5 

2 
4 
2 



Defense 

DE 

DT 

DT 

DE 

LB 

LB 

OLB 

CB 

CB 

FS 

SS 

P 



TT 

14 
11 
10 
9 



Eric Hicks 
Johnnie Hicks 
Tim Watson 
Eric Ogbogu 
Ratcliff Thomas 
Tim Brown 
Mike Settles 
Chad Scott 
A.J. Johnson 
Lamont Gore 
Darnck Rather 
Scott Milanovich 



QBSK 



1/1 



1/1 


2/10 

1/4 



PD 









1 



Maryland 


Clemson 


10 


21 


2 


18 


7 


2 


1 


1 


29 


64 


78 


346 


42 


26 


36 


320 


135 


75 


35 


12 


15 


6 


2 





64 


76 


171 


395 


2.7 


5.2 


31 


25 


3/1 


4/3 


3/29 


3/31 


0/0 


2/19 


6/242 


5/206 


40.3 


41.2 


2/31 


3/6 


3/31 


1/19 


3/18 


4/22 


4/16 


5/15 


1/4 


0/2 



Team Statistics 

First Downs 

Rushing 

Passing 

Penalty 
Rushing Attempts 
Yards Gained Rushmg 
Yards Lost Rushmg 
Net Yards Rushmg 
Net Yards Passing 
Passes Attempted 
Passes Completed 
Passes Had Intercepted 
Total Offensive Plays 
Total Net Yards 
Average Gam Per Play 
Return Yards 
Fumbles: Number/Lost 
Penalties: Number/Yards 
Interceptions: Number/Yards 
Punts: Number/Yards 
Average Yards Per Punt 
Punt Returns : Number/Yards 
Kickoff Returns : Number/Yards 
Sacks By/Yards 
Third Down Conversions 
Fourth Down Conversions 



Individual Statistics 

PASSING 

Terps: Brian Cummmgs, 15-35-2, 135 yards, TD, Long 22 
Clemson: Nealon Greene, 3-7-0, 28 yards, TD, Long 12 
Louis Solomon, 3-5-0, 47 yards, 1 TD, Long 32 

RUSHING 

Terps: Buddy Rodgers, 7-24, TD, Long 5 

Brian Underwood, 5-7, TD, Long 3 
Clemson: Raymond Pnester, 22-163, 1 TD, Long 25 

Emory Smith, 18-98, TD. Long 13 

RECEIVING 

Terps: Jermame Lewis, 4-63, TD, Long 22 

Buddy Rodgers, 6-31, TD, Long 12 

Geroy Simon, 3-21, TD, Long 18 
Clemson: Antwuan Wyatt, 3-47, 1 TD, Long 32 

Tony Home, 1-12, TD, Long 12 

PUNTING 

Terps: Scott Milanovich, 6-242, 40.3 avg., Long 55 
Clemson: Chris Mclnally, 4-168, 42.0 avg, Long 50 
Kevin Laird, 1-38, 38.0 avg., Long 38 

FIELD GOALS 

Terps: Joe O'Donnell, 0-1 

Clemson: Jeff Sauve, 1-1, Long 36 

RETURNS 

Terps: Chad Scott, 1-29, TD, Long 29 (kickoff returns) 

Jermame Lewis, 2-31, TD, Long 28 (punt returns) 
Clemson: Antwuan Wyatt, 1-19, TD, Long 19 (kickoff returns) 

Patrick Sapp, 1-19, TD, Long 19 (interception returns) 

Attendance: 43,603 

Weather: 50 degrees, winds out of the WNW at 9 MPH. relative 

humidity is 96 percent. 



126 



Getting the Woid Out On Terplayback 1995, Louisville 



October 28, 1995 



Louisville 31, Maryland 
Cardinal Stadium 
Louisville, Kentucky 




Maryland 

Louisville 




7 21 




31 



UL 
UL 



2nd 
3rd 



0:01 
0:56 



UL 4th 11:59 



UL 4th 10:06 



UL 4th 1:59 



STARTERS 
Offense 

WR 

SR 

LT 

LG 

C 

RG 

RT 

SR 

WR 

QB 

RB 

PK 



David Akers 18-yard Field Goal 

Calvin Amngton 5-yard run 

David Akers PAT 

Coswell Suns 14-yard run 

David Akers PAT 

Coswell Suns 26-yard pass from Marty Lowe 

David Akers PAT 

Jason Payne 12-yard run 

David Akers PAT 



Jermame Lewis 
Richard Roberts 
Darryl Gilliam 
Pat Ward 
Erik Greenstein 
Aaron Henne 
Mark Motley 
Geroy Simon 
Mancel Johnson 
Brian Cummings 
Buddy Rodgers 
Brad Rhodes 



MARYLAND DEFENSE 



Ratcliff Thomas 
Enc Ogbogu 
Mike Settles 
Enc Hicks 



UT 

7 
10 
6 
6 



AT 

4 
1 
3 
2 



Defense 

DE 

DT 

DT 

DE 

LB 

LB 

OLB 

CB 

CB 

FS 

SS 

P 



TT 
11 

11 
9 



Eric Hicks 
Johnnie Hicks 
Tun Watson 
Al Wallace 
Ratcliff Thomas 
Tim Brown 
Mike Settles 
Chad Scott 
A.J. Johnson 
Lamont Gore 
Darnck Rather 
Scott Milanovich 



QBSK 








PD 








Team Statistics 

First Downs 

Rushing 

Passing 

Penalty 
Rushing Attempts 
Y. ii i ]■ : ( l.uni'd Kiisliuif) 
Yards Lost Rushing 
Net Yards Rushing 
Net Yards Passing 
Passes Attempted 
Passes Completed 
Passes Had Intercepted 
Total Offensive Plays 
Total Net Yards 
Average Gain Per Play 
Return Yards 
Fumbles: Number/Lost 
Penalties: Number/Yards 
Interceptions: Number/Yards 
Punts: Number /Y ards 
Average Yards Per Punt 
Punt Returns: Number/Yards 
Kickoff Returns: Number/Yards 
Sacks By/Yards 
Third Down Conversions 
Fourth Down Conversions 



Individual Statistics 

PASSING 

Terps: Brian Cummings, 11-18-0, 156 yards, TD, Long 24 

Scott Milanovich, 6-8-1, 58 yards, TD, Long 18 
Louisville: Marty Lowe, 14-23-0, 160 yards, 1 TD, Long 28 

Jason Payne, 2-2-0, 15 yards, TD, Long 10 



Maryland 


Louisville 


13 


22 


5 


12 


8 


10 








29 


55 


108 


251 


68 


31 


40 


220 


214 


175 


26 


25 


17 


16 


1 





55 


80 


254 


395 


4.6 


4.9 


35 


12 


6/2 


1/0 


3/17 


1/5 


0/0 


1/17 


5/156 


4/157 


31.2 


39.3 


0/0 


0/0 


2/35 


1/12 


2/17 


6/53 


4/13 


11/19 


0/1 


0/2 



RUSHING 
Terps: 

Louisville: 



Buddy Rodgers, 7-49, TD, Long 17 
Brian Underwood, 7-20, TD, Long 9 
Calvin Amngton, 28-129, 1 TD, Long 18 
Frank Moreau, 19-71, TD, Long 18 



RECEIVING 
Terps: 



Louisville: 



Jermaine Lewis, 4-54, TD, Long 22 
Geroy Simon, 4-52, TD, Long 24 
Mancel Johnson, 3-36, TD, Long 19 
John Bell, 7-76, TD, Long 28 
Coswell Suns, 2-35, 1 TD, Long 26 



PUNTING 

Terps: Scott Milanovich. 5-156, 31.2 avg.. Long 38 

Louisville: Jeremy Borseth, 4-157, 39.3 avg., Long 63 

FIELD GOALS 

Terps: Brad Rhodes, 0-2 

Louisville: David Akers, 1-1, Long 18 

RETURNS 

Terps: Jermaine Lewis, 1-27, TD, Long 27 (kickoff returns) 

Jonathan Johnson, 1-8, TD, Long 8 (kickoff returns) 
Louisville: Greg Wafford, 1-12, TD, Long 12 (kickoff returns) 

Deran Wiley, 1-17, TD. Long 17 (interception returns) 

Attendance: 36,386 

Weather: 50 degrees, cloudy, winds from the west at 15 MPH. 



127 



Getting the Word Out On Terplayback 1995, N.C. State 



November 4, 1995 



Maryland 30, N.C. State 13 
Carter-Finley Stadium 
Raleigh, North Carolina 




Maryland ... 
N.C. State.. 

UM 1st 
NCSU 2nd 
NCSU 2nd 

UM 3rd 

UM 3rd 

NCSU 3rd 
UM 4th 



14 13 
10 3 



30 
13 



8:41 Brad Rhodes 27-yard Field Goal 
10:53 Marc Primanti 34-yard Field Goal 
0:30 Jose Laureano 1 -yard run 

Marc Primanti PAT 
1 1 :49 Jermaine Lewis 9-yard pass from Scott Milanovich 

Brad Rhodes PAT 
5:33 Jermaine Lewis 66-yard punt return 

Brad Rhodes PAT 
0:05 Marc Primanti 22-yard Field Goal 
8:58 Jermaine Lewis 14-yard run 

Brad Rhodes PAT 
UM 4th 2:00 Jermaine Lewis 13-yard run 

Brad Rhodes kick failed 



STARTERS 

Offense 

WR 



SR 

LT 

LG 

C 

RG 

RT 

SR 

WR 

QB 

RB 

TE 

FB 

PK 



Jermaine Lewis 
Richard Roberts 
Darryl Gilliam 
Pat Ward 
Erik Greenstein 
Aaron Henne 
Mark Motley 
Geroy Simon 
Mancel Johnson 
Scott Milanovich 
Buddy Rodgers 
John Feugill 
Mario Chavez 
Joe O'Donnell/ 
Brad Rhodes 



Defense 

DE 

DT 

DT 

DE 

LB 

LB 

OLB 

CB 

CB 

FS 

SS 

p 



Eric Hicks 
Johnnie Hicks 
Tim Watson 
Al Wallace 
Ratcliff Thomas 
Tim Brown 
Mike Settles 
Chad Scott 
Darnck Rather 
Lamont Gore 
Andre Hentz 
Scott Milanovich 



MARYLAND DEFENSE 



Ratcliff Thomas 
Mike Settles 
Al Wallace 
Andre Hentz 
Eric Hicks 



UT 

7 
9 
7 
6 

7 



AT 

5 
2 
2 

1 




TT 

12 

11 

9 

7 

7 



QBSK 

1/5 



2/16 



3/22 



PD 









Team Statistics 


Maryland 


N.C. State 


First Downs 


23 


17 


Rushing 


9 


9 


Passing 


11 


8 


Penalty 


3 





Rushing Attempts 


34 


48 


Yards Gained Rushing 


155 


129 


Yards Lost Rushing 


18 


93 


Net Yards Rushing 


137 


36 


Net Yards Passing 


209 


205 


Passes Attempted 


24 


25 


Passes Completed 


20 


15 


Passes Had Intercepted 








Total Offensive Plays 


58 


73 


Total Net Yards 


346 


241 


Average Gam Per Play 


6.0 


3.3 


Return Yards 


149 


116 


Fumbles: Number/Lost 


3/2 


2/0 


Penalties: Number/Yards 


2/15 


8/61 


Interceptions: Number/Yards 


0/0 


0/0 


Punts: Number/Yards 


2/62 


5/217 


Average Yards Per Punt 


31.0 


43.4 


Punt Returns: Number/Yards 


3/74 


1/12 


Kickoff Returns : Number/Yards 


4/75 


4/104 


Sacks By/Yards 


8/71 


1/6 


Third Down Conversions 


2/5 


7/18 


Fourth Down Conversions 


1/1 


1/1 



Individual Statistics 

PASSING 

Terps: Scott Milanovich, 20-24-0, 209 yards, 1 TD, Long 37 

N.C. State: Jose Laureano, 15-25-0, 205 yards, TD, Long 35 



RUSHING 
Terps: 

N.C. State: 



Buddy Rodgers, 21-83, TD, Long 18 
Jermaine Lewis, 6-51, 2 TD, Long 14 
Tremayne Stephens, 11-39, TD, Long 13 
Rod Brown, 12-32, TD, Long 7 



RECEIVING 
Terps: 

N.C. State: 



Jermaine Lewis, 11-106, 1 TD, Long 37 
Buddy Rodgers, 3-41, TD, Long 17 
Mike Guffie, 5-86, TD, Long 25 
Jimmy Grissett, 4-66, TD, Long 35 



PUNTING 
Terps: 
N.C. State: 



Scott Milanovich, 2-62, 31.0 avg., Long 47 
Jay Dukes, 5-217, 43.4 avg., Long 54 



FIELD GOALS 

Terps: Brad Rhodes, 1-1, Long 27 

N.C. State: Marc Primanti, 2-2, Long 34 



RETURNS 
Terps: 



N.C. State: 



Jermaine Lewis, 3-74, 1 TD, Long 66 (punt returns) 
Chad Scott, 2-46, TD, Long 28 (kickoff returns) 
Clifton Crosby, 2-29, TD, Long 15 (kickoff returns) 
Jason Perry, 2-59, TD, Long 35 (kickoff returns) 
Alvis Whitted, 1-23, TD, Long 23 (kickoff returns) 



Attendance: 45,652 

Weather: 50 degrees, sunny, winds north at 10-20 MPH. 



128 



Getting the Word Out On Terplayback 1995, Virginia 



November 11, 1995 Virginia 21, Maryland 18 
Byrd Stadium 
College Park, Maryland 




Virginia ... 
Maryland. 



...0 11 7 

.11 



UM 1st 11:03 Joe O'Donnell 37-yard Field Goal 
UM 1st 7:43 Scott Milanovich 1-yard run 

Brian Underwood two-point conversion run 
UVA 2nd 14:16 Rafael Garcia 22-yard Field Goal 
UVA 2nd 7:25 Tiki Barber 2-yard run 

Demetrius Allen two-point conversion pass 

from Mike Groh 
UVA 3rd 6:48 Kevin Brooks 5-yard run 

Rafael Garcia PAT 
UVA 4th 9 41 Rafael Garcia 41 -yard Field Goal 
UM 4th 3:17 Buddy Rodgers 5-yard run 

Joe O'Donnell PAT 



STARTERS 
Offense 

WR 



SR 

LT 

LG 

C 

RG 

RT 

SR 

WR 

QB 

RB 

TE 

FB 

PK 



Jermaine Lewis 
Richard Roberts 
Darryl Gilliam 
Pat Ward 
Erik Greenstem 
Aaron Henne 
Mark Motley 
Geroy Simon 
Mancel Johnson 
Scott Milanovich 
Buddy Rodgers 
John Feugill 
Mario Chavez 
Joe O'Donnell/ 
Brad Rhodes 



Defense 

DE 

DT 

DT 

DE 

LB 

LB 

OLB 

CB 

CB 

FS 

SS 

P 



Eric Hicks 
Johnnie Hicks 
Tim Watson 
Al Wallace 
Ratcliff Thomas 
Tim Brown 
Mike Settles 
Chad Scott 
A.J. Johnson 
Lamont Gore 
Darrick Rather 
Scott Milanvich 



MARYLAND DEFENSE 



Chad Scott 
Tim Brown 
A.J. Johnson 
Ratcliff Thomas 
Tim Watson 
Enc Hicks 



UT 

8 

9 

5 

4 

6 

7 



AT 

3 

2 

5 

5 

3 

1 



TT 

11 

11 

10 

9 

9 



QBSK 










PD 

1 













21 
18 



Maryland 


Virginia 


14 


18 


7 


10 


6 


5 


1 


3 


34 


46 


116 


227 


31 


5 


85 


222 


144 


93 


31 


26 


16 


13 


4 





65 


72 


229 


315 


3.5 


4.4 


26 


22 


2/0 


2/1 


5/24 


4/19 


0/0 


4/22 


6/215 


6/180 


35.8 


30.0 


2/26 


0/0 


4/39 


3/7 


0/0 


1/9 


6/17 


6/17 


1/1 


0/0 



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 Had Intercepted 
Total Offensive Plays 
Total Net Yards 
Average Gain Per Play 
Return Yards 
Fumbles: Number/Lost 
Penalties: Number/Yards 
Interceptions: Number/Yards 
Punts: Number/Yards 
Average Yards Per Punt 
Punt Returns: Number/Yards 
Kickoff Returns: Number/Yards 
Sacks By/Yards 
Third Down Conversions 
Fourth Down Conversions 



Individual Statistics 

PASSING 

Terps: Scott Milanovich, 16-31-4, 144 yards, TD, Long 25 

Virginia: Mike Groh, 13-26-0, 93 yards, TD, Long 15 

RUSHING 

Terps: Buddy Rodgers, 19-78, 1 TD, Long 11 

Brian Underwood, 3-7, TD, Long 4 
Virginia: Tiki Barber, 27-116, 1 TD, Long 26 

Kevin Brooks, 16-103, 1 TD, Long 19 

RECEIVING 

Terps: Geroy Simon. 6-74, TD, Long 25 

Mancel Johnson, 2-24, TD, Long 17 

Richard Roberts, 2-20, TD, Long 16 
Virginia: Bobby Neely, 4-28, TD, Long 15 

Germane Crowell, 3-22, TD, Long 1 1 

PUNTING 

Terps: Scott Milanovich, 6-215, 35.8 avg., Long 51 

Virginia: Will Bnce, 5-180, 36.0 avg.. Long 49 

FIELD GOALS 

Terps: Joe O'Donnell, 1-1, Long 37 

Virginia: Rafael Garcia, 2-2, Long 41 

RETURNS 

Terps: Chad Scott, 3-39, TD, Long 27 (kickoff returns) 

Richard Roberts, 1-25, TD, Long 25 (punt returns) 

Virginia: Anthony Poindexter, 1-12, TD, Long 12 (interception returns) 
Joe Crocker, 1-10, TD, Long 10 (interception returns) 
Demetrius Allen, 1-10, TD, Long 10 (kickoff returns) 

Attendance: 45,720 

Weather: 65 degrees, mostly cloudy and windy, chance of showers, 

winds from the south at 16 MPH. 



129 



C Getting the Word Out On Terplayback 1995, Florida State 



November 18, 1995 



Florida State 59, Maryland 17 
Doak Campbell Stadium 
Tallahassee, Florida 




Maryland 10 7 

Florida State 14 17 14 14 



17 
59 



FSU 1st 10:17 



FSU 1st 2:35 



UM 2nd 14:02 



FSU 2nd 12:23 



FSU 


2nd 


7:13 


UM 


2nd 


3:48 


FSU 


2nd 


1:29 



FSU 3rd 8:46 

UM 3rd 6:17 

FSU 3rd 5:24 

FSU 4th 10:34 

FSU 4th 1:00 

STARTERS 

Offense 

WR 

SR 

LT 

LG 

C 

RG 

RT 

SR 

WR 

QB 

RB 

TE 

FB 

PK 



Pooh Bear Williams 1-yard run 

Scott Bentley PAT 

E.G. Green 17-yard pass from Danny Kanell 

Scott Bentley PAT 

Walt Williams 17-yard pass from Scott Milanovich 

Joe O'Donnell PAT 

Pooh Bear Williams 1-yard run 

Scott Bentley PAT 

Scott Bentley 26-yard Field Goal 

Joe O'Donnell 26-yard Field Goal 

Warrick Dunn 24-yard run 

Scott Bentley PAT 

Andre Cooper 53-yard pass from Danny Kanell 

Scott Bentley PAT 

Jermame Lewis recovered fumble in endzone 

Joe O'DonneU PAT 

Warrick Dunn 9-yard run 

Scott Bentley PAT 

Andre Cooper 4-yard pass from Thad Busby 

Scott Bentley PAT 

Dee Feaster 2-yard run 

Scott Bentley PAT 



Defense 

Jermaine Lewis DE 

Richard Roberts DT 

Darryl Gilliam DT 

Pat Ward DE 

Erik Greenstein LB 

Aaron Henne LB 

Mark Motley OLB 

Geroy Simon CB 

Mancel Johnson CB 

Scott Milanovich FS 

Buddy Rodgers SS 

John Feugill P 
Mario Chavez 
Joe O'Donnell/Brad Rhodes 



Eric Hicks 
Johnnie Hicks 
Tim Watson 
Al Wallace 
Ratcliff Thomas 
Tim Brown 
Mike Settles 
Chad Scott 
A.J. Johnson 
Lamont Gore 
Darnck Rather 
Scott Milanovich 



MARYLAND DEFENSE 



Chad Scott 
A.J. Johnson 
Darnck Rather 
Johnnie Hicks 
Mike Settles 



UT 

12 
12 
2 

4 
3 



AT 

2 

2 

6 

4 

4 



TT 

14 

14 

8 

8 

7 



QBSK 







1/9 





PD 

2 

1 






Maryland Florida State 



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 Had Intercepted 
Total Offensive Plays 
Total Net Yards 
Average Gain Per Play 
Return Yards 
Fumbles: Number/Lost 
Penalties: Number/Yards 
Interceptions: Number/Yards 
Punts: Number/Yards 
Average Yards Per Punt 
Punt Returns: Number/Yards 
Kickoff Returns : Number /Yards 
Sacks By/Yards 
Third Down Conversions 
Fourth Down Conversions 



Individual Statistics 

PASSING 

Terps: Scott Milanovich, 46-62-1, 380 yards, 1 TD, Long 33 

Florida St.: Danny Kannell, 24-34-0, 346 yards, 2 TD, Long 53 
Thad Busby, 11-13-1, 150 yards, 1 TD, Long 65 



24 


31 


2 


9 


20 


19 


2 


3 


21 


29 


66 


145 


20 


25 


46 


120 


380 


496 


62 


47 


46 


35 


1 


1 


83 


76 


426 


616 


5.1 


8.1 


206 


24 


5/2 


2/0 


7/46 


5/48 


1/25 


1/0 


4/143 


3/133 


35.8 


44.3 


2/30 


1/24 


7/151 


0/0 


3/22 


2/17 


5/17 


5/9 


2-4 


0-0 



RUSHING 
Terps: 

Florida St.: 



Buddy Rodgers, 9-40, TD, Long 18 
Brian Underwood, 3-10, TD, Long 7 
Warrick Dunn, 11-63, 2 TD, Long 24 
Dee Feaster, 8-59, 1 TD, Long 23 



RECEIVING 
Terps: 



Florida St.: 



Geroy Simon, 16-124, TD, Long 33 
Jermame Lewis, 9-102, TD, Long 30 
Walt Williams, 3-48, 1 TD, Long 33 
Andre Cooper, 12-182, 2 TD, Long 53 
E.G. Green, 6-166, 1 TD, Long 65 



PUNTING 
Terps: 
Florida St: 



Scott Milanovich, 4-143, 35.8 avg., Long 41 
Sean Liss, 3-133, 44.3 avg., Long 50 



FIELD GOALS 

Terps: Joe O'Donnell, 1-1, Long 26 

Florida St.: Scott Bentley, 1-1, Long 26 



RETURNS 
Terps: 



Florida St.: 



Chad Scott, 6-132, TD, Long 30 (kickoff returns) 
Andreal Johnson, 1-25, TD, Long 25 (interception returns) 
Jonathan Johnson, 1-19, TD, Long 19 (kickoff returns) 
Dee Feaster, 1-24, TD, Long 24 (punt returns) 



Attendance: 68.400 

Weather: 62 degrees, partly cloudy. 74 percent humidity, winds E at 10 

MPH. 



130 



Getting the Word Out On Terplayers, Letterwinners 



"A" 

Abbott, Robert 1971 
Abdur-Ra'oof. Azizucklm. 

1984, '85, '86, '87 
Abrams, Richard 1994 
Absher, Dick 1964, '65, '66 
Adams, Chester 1908 
Adams Donald 1925, '26, '27 
Adams, Ron 1963, '64 
Adams, Steve 1981 
Agent, Mark 1986, '87, '88, '89 
Aitcheson, Leither 1917 
Aitcheson. Whitney 1913, '14 
Albarano, Ralph 1937. '38. '39 
Albrecht. George 1952, '53, '54 
Albnttain, Lemuel 1902, '03 
Alderton, Gene 1955, '56. '57 
Alderton, John 1950, '51, '52 
Alexander, Richard 1941 
Alkire, John 1973. '74 
Alston, O'Brien 1984, '85, '86, '87 
Ambrusko, Ken 1962, '64, '65 
Amend, David 1984, '85, '86, '87 
Anderson, Mike 1986, '87, '88, '89 
Andorka, Bill 1934 
Andrews, Olin 1908, '09, '10 
Andms. Robert 1946 
Annan.Nick 1992 
Apolenis, Jason 1995 
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 
Atkms. Steve 1975, '76. '77. '78 
Atkinson, Jess 1981, '82, '83, '84 
Augsburger, Pete 1948, '49. '50 
Aulisi, Ed 1980, '81, '82 
Aulisi, Joe 1980, '81, '82 
Austin, Gerald 1982 
Avellini, Bob 1972, '73. '74 
Axt, R.W. (Dutch) 1915, '16, '17 





Brandon Bertha '91, '92. 

"B" 

Bach, Billy 1966 

Badanjek, Rick 1982, '83, '84, '85 

Badgett, Marcus 1990, '91, '92 

Bafford. harold 1925, '26, '27 

Bagranoff. 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, Henry 1994, '95 
Baker, Pat 1965, '66, '67 
Baldante, John 1978, '79 
Baldwin, Clarece 1981, '82, '83 
Banner, Mumis 1960, '61, '62 
Bannon, J.G. 1892, '93, '94 
Barbiasz, Chris 1979, '80 
Barkalow, Gerald 1945 
Barlund, Dick 1959, '60, '61 
Barnes, George 1941, '42, '45 
Barnes, Hsank 1969, '70, '71 
Baroru, John 1947, '48 
Barritt, Ed 1952 
Bartlett.W.D. 1923 
Barton. Eric 1995 
Bates. Duane 1944 
Battagha.Sam 1967 
Bauer, J.W. 1908 
Beamer. Francis 1938. '39 
Beardsley, Al 1956, '58 
Beasley, Mike 1987, '88 
Beatty, Bill, 1924, '25 
Becker. Ed 1968 
Bednar, Ray 1970. 71, '72 
Behaham, Kambiz 1971 
Behr. Sam 1945, '47 
Behrmann, Joe 1957, .'58 
Beightol, Lynn 1951, '53, '54, '55 
Bell. Kail 1965 
Bell. Bobby 1976 
Benner. Willis 1932, '33 
Bennett, Gordon 1960 
Benson. Kevin 1972, '73, '74. '75 
Benson. Shawn 1982, '83 



Kevin Arline '90, '91, '92. 



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 
BUanciom, Bert 1965 
Binder. Paul 1910 
Birkland, John 1934, '35, '36 
Bishop, Randolph 1944, '46 
Bissell, John 1945 
Bittner, Dick 1955 
Blackburn, Ray 1953, '54 
Blackstone, Wasde 1894 
Blandford, James 1897, '98 
Bloomingdale, Alan 1973. '74 
Blount, Alvin 1983, '84, '85, '86 
Bobenko, Alex 1943 
Boehley, Bret 1987, '88, '89, '90 
Boeri, Walter 1951, '52 
Boirus, John 1962 



Boinis 1958, '59, '60 
Bonato, John 1986, '87 
Bond, Carl 1985 
Bonk, Harry 1945, '46, '47, '48 
Bonnet, Arthur 1924. '25 
Boothe, Dane 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 
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, '94 
Bramson. Bernardo 1964, '65, '66 
Brancato, Joe 1973, '74 
Brand, Robert 1937, '38 
Brandt, Marshall 1942 
Branner, Cecil 1919, '20, '21, '22, '23 
Brant, Mike 1967, '68, '69 
Brant, Tim 1970, 71, '72 
Branthover, Lee 1970, 71 
Brasher, James 1947, '48, '49 
Bray. Leon 1986 
Brechiel, Jim 1973, 74, 75 
Breedlove, Rod 1957, '58, '59 
Brenner, John 1941, '42 
Bresnahan, Tom 1964 
Breunich. Tom 1952, '53 
Brewer, Edward (Untz) 1916 

'20, '21 
Brewer, Mac 1921, '22 




Marion Korprowski '73, '74, '75 and Kevin Benson '72, '73, '74, 
'75. 



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Frank Tamburello '54, '55, Charlie Boxold '53, '54, and Lynn 
Beightol '51, '53, '54, '55. 



Brkovich, Joe 1981, '82, '83 

Broglio, Paul 1947, '48 

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

Brougher, Don 1952, '53, '54 

Broumel, Tom 1960 

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

Brown, 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, '94, '95 
Brown, Tom 1960, '61, '62 
Brubaker, Eric 1975 
Branson, 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 
Burlin, Ralph 1939, '40, '41 
Burmeister, Doug 1984 
Burnett, Doug 1991, '92, '93, '94 
Burns. Jimmy 1910 
Burruss, Lloyd 1976, 77, 78, 79 
Burton, Bob 1961, '62, '63 
Bury, Lou 1962, '63 
Buscher, Berme 1933, '34, '35 
Buscher, FA. 1932, '33 
Butsko, Harry 1961, '62 
Byrd, BUI 1942 
Byrd, Harry C. (Curley) 1905, 



'06, '07 
Byrom, Brace 1977, 78, 79, '80 

"C" 

Calandra, William 1971 
Caldwell, Rodney 1982 
Callahan, Charles 1933, '34, '35 
Carta, 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 
Carr.David 1988, '89 
Carroll, Charles 1957 
Carroll, Douglas 1800 
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 
Chavez, Mario 1994, '95 
Chiaverim, Len 1962, '63 
Chisari, Thomas 1943, '44, '45 
Chovanes, Eddie 1941, '42, '46 
Christianson, Dave 1951 
Church, C. Grant 1897, '98 
Church, L.M. 1905 
Ciambor, Steve 1967, '68, '69 
Cianciulli, Steve 1978 
Cianelli, Dave 1949, '50, '51 
Cichowski, Tom 1963, '64, '65 



Cielensky, Mike 1973, 74, 75 
Claiborne, Jonathan 1975, 76, 77 
Clark, Morrison 1920 
Cloud, Everett 1958, '59, '60 
Cockey, John 1902, '03, '04, '05 
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, Lloyud 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, Barney 1905, '06, '07 
Cooper, Fred 1964, '65, '66 
Cooper, Joe 1991, '92 
Cooper, Larry 1943, '44 
Corcoran, Jim 1962, '63, '64 
Cordyack, John 1940, '41 
Corvino, Mike 1979, '80, '81, '82 
Cory, Ernest 1907, '08 
Cosgrove, Tom 1950, '51, '52 
Coster, H.G. 1916, '17, '18 
Couch, George 1942 
Covington, Al 1982, '83, '84, '85 
Covington, Bryant 1983, '84, '85, '86 
Cozzi, Ricahrd 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, Omar (Gus) 1926, '27, '28 
Clrytzer, Marty 1951, '52, '53 
Cummmgs, Brian 1994, '95 
Cummins, Richard 1978, 79 



"D" 

D'Addio, Dave 1979, '80, '82, 
D'Amico, Matt 1985, '86, '87, 
D'Atn. Pat 1984, '85 
Dailey, Darnell 1978, 79, '81 
Daly, Ed 1934, '35, '36 
Daly, Leslie 1943, '44, '45 
Darby, Samuel 1899 
Dare, Howie 1954, '55, '57 
Davidson, Jim 1959, '60. '61 
Davis, Fred 1946, '47, '48, '49 
Davis, Lynn 1949, '50. '51 
Davis, Russell 1981, '82, '83 
Dean, Robert 1948, '49, '50 



83 




Russell Davis '81, '82, '83. 

DeArmas, Dan 1988, '89, '90, '91 

DeArmas, David 1992 

DeArmey, Frank 1935, '36, '37 

DeArmey, John 1938 

deBrain, 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 1900 

Dent, Gil 1926 

DePaul, Bobby 1982, '83 

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

DeStephano, Robert 1950, '51, '52 

Detko, Cheser 1960, '61. '62 

Devon, Joe 1896 

Dewitz, Brant 1979, '80 

DiCapno, Richard 1973, 74 

Dick, Larry 1975, 77 

Dickey, Edmund 1900 

Dietnch, Leroy 1958, '59, '60 

Dietz, Guy 1973, 74 

Dill, 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 




Dan DeArmas '88, '89, '90, '91. 



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Dominic, Brian 1971 

Donas, Kevin 1983, '84 

Donofrio, Ralph 1966, '67 

Doory, Frank 1943, '44 

Doter, Don 1977, 78 

Dougals, John 1976, 77 

Drach, Joseph 1945, '46, '47 

Dragan, Doug 1984 

Drass, Pat 1959, '60, '61 

Dnmal, Chuck 1967 

Drozdov, Darren 1988, '89, '91. '92 

Drozdov. Olaf 1962, '63, '64 

Dubis, Jade 1991, '92, '93, '94 

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 



Earley, Harold 1949 

Edel, Sam T. 1919 

Edmunds. FerreU 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 (Boomer) 1981, 

'82, '83 
Eubanks, Howard 1979, '80, '81, '82 
Evans, BUI 1974, 75 
Evans, Clay 1907 
Evans, Francis 1945, '46, '47, '48 
Evans. William 1928, '29, '30 
Everhart, Cleveland 1993 
Everson, William 1947, '48 



Faber, Parker 1930, '31 
Faloney, Bemie 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 




Mike Simpson '62, and Joe 
Ferante '61, '62, '63. 

Fesmeyer, Charles 1901, '02 
Feugill, John 1995 
Fiedor, John 1973 
Fincke, Edward 1950 
Finkle, Edward 1988 
Firor, Guy 1905, '06 
Fisher, Stanley 1962 
Fisher, Ralph 1973, 74, 75, 76 
Fisher, William 1930 
Fishman, Jerry 1963, '64 
Fitzgerald, Craig 1994, '95 
Fitzpatnck, paul 1967, '68, '69 
Fleece, Rick 1988, '89, '90 
Fletcher, Andy 1916, '17 
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 
Fosque, Tim 1994 
Foster. Daniel 1975 
Fotta, Bill 1976 
Fowlkes, Kevin 1987, '88 
Fox, Hank 1949, '50, '51 
Franciscus, Tony 1989 




Jaime Flores '92, '93. 



Franklin, Jamie 1972, 73 
Frattaroli, Joe 1962. '64 
Fnedgen, Ralph 1968 
Fnes.Greg 1968, '69, 70 
Fritsch, John 1955, '56, '57 
Fritz, Emile 1945, '46 
Fromang, Steve 1970, 71, 72 
Fry, Clarence (Chuck) 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" 

Gaam, Tim 1986, '87 
Gaetz, Norman 1944 
Gaines, Mike 1970, 71, 72 
Gall, Ed 1977, 78, 79 
Gallagher. Bob 1958 
Gait, Pete 1905 
Gambino, Lu 1946, '47 
Garber, Chip 1975, 76, 77 
Gardi, Joe 1957, '58, '59 
Gareis, Hank 1967, '68, '69 
Garent, Enoch 1902 
Ganott, William 1933, '36 
Gawlick, Fred 1965, '66, '67 
Gayzur, Rudolph 1949 
Gebhardt, John 1967, '68 
Gelbaugh, Stan 1984, '85 
Getz, Harry 1935 
Gibbons, Charles 1896, '97 
Gibson.Ray 1962 
Gick, Ryan 1995 
Gienger, Craigh 1970 
Gienger, George 1939, '40 
Gierula, Chester 1947, '48, '49, '50 
Gilbert, Herbert 1918, '19, '20, '21 
Giles, Darryl 1994, '95 
Gill, Vernon 1903, '04 
Gillespie, Bill 1967, '69 
Gillespie, Mike 1993, '94 
Gilliam, Darryl 1993. '95 
Gilmore, Jack 1962, '63 
Gilmore, John 1940, '42 
Gioia, Bob 1980, '81 
Gmliano, Joe 1986, '87 
Giamp, Paul 1976, 78, 79 
Giamp, Pete 1978, 79, '80 
Gleasner, Donal 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, '94, '95 
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, '94, '95 
Green, Dean 1988, '89 
Greene, Tony 1968, '69, 70 
Greenstein, Erik 1993, '94, '95 
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, '94 
Gunderman, Bobby 1982, '83, '84 
Gunderman, Ed 1965, '66 
Gunderman, Tom 1957, '58, '59 
Gundry, Jesse 1921 

"H" 

Hack, David 1991, '93, '94 
Hacker, Bob 1959, '60, '61 
Hafer, Rober 1943 
Hagen, James 1977 
Hagerman, Tom 1942 
Haley, Bob 1967, '68 
Hall, Irving (Bottle) 1923, '24 
Hamilton, Fred 1955, '56, '57 
Hamley, James 1969 
Hanes, Noms 1990 
Hannigan, John 1961, '62 
Hanulak. Chet 1951, '52, '53 
Harbert, Doug 1975. 76, 77 
Harding, Samuel (Pop) 1892, '93, 

'94 
Hardisty. John 1899. 1900 
Harraka, Greg 1982, '83, '84 
Harrell. Greg 1984 
Hams. Denck, 1974 
Harris. George 1893, '94 
Hams, Leon 1976 
Hams, 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 
Heffner. Fred 1952. '53 
Heme, George 1923, '24 
Heintz. William 1928, '29 
Helbock, Bill 1942 
Henne. Aaron 1993, '94, '95 
Henrung. Dan 1985, '86, '87 
Henry. Erik 1993 
Hentz. Andre 1995 
Herzog. Fred 1924. '25 
Hesprich, Rhett 1995 
Hetnck. John 1966 



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Ray Poppelman '30, '31, '32. 

Heurmg, Ed 1954, '55, '56 
Heward, Harry 1894, '96 
Hewitt, Frederick 1937, '38 
Heyer, Frank 1940, '41 
Hickey, Tom 1964 
Hickman, William 1943 
Hicks, Chaplain 1907, '08 
Hicks, Eric 1995, '95 
Hicks, Johnnie 1993' 95 
Hill, Darryl 1963 
Hill, Greg 1982, '83, '84 
Hillis, Robert 1943 
Hmebaugh, Wade 1896, '97 
Hindman, F.R. 1913, '14, '15 
Hines, Frank 1898, '99 
Hmes, Frank, Jr. 1932 
Hmes, Greg 1989, 90, '91 
Hinkle, Mone 1971, '72, '73 
Hoch, Mike 1966 
Hoen, Ralph 1907, '08 
Hoen, Stanley 1908 
Hoffecker, Frank 1911, '12, '13 
Hoffman, Charles 1968, '69 
Hoffman, Edward 1943 
Hoffman, Gil 1982, '83, '84 
Hoffman, Herb 1952, '53, '54 
Jhoffman, Jeff 1989 
Hofland, Mark 198, '87, '88, '89 
Hoge, Hamilton 1906 
Holder, Enc 1983, '84, '84 
Holinka, Jeff 1983, '84, '85 
Hollis, 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 
Hough, John 1922, '23, '24 
Howard, Jeremiah 1994, '95 
Hrezo, Joe 1960, '61, '62 
Hufman, Jack 1943 
Hughes Bill 1984,85, '86, '7 
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, Chns 1983, '84 

Imphong, Mike 1967 

Inge, Bill 1990, '91, '92 

Inge, Wade 1992, '93, '94, '95 

Ingram, Stephen 1990, '92, '93, '94 

Irvine, John 1952, '53, '54 

Jackson, Fred 1946 

Jackson, Paul 1995 

James, Bruce 1995 

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 
Jenkins, Anthony 1995 
Jemigan, Cy 1971, '73 
Johnson, Andreal 1993, '94, '95 
Johnson, Barry 1987, '88, '89, '90 
Johnson, Charles 1976, '77, '78 
Johnson, Dave 1911, '12, '13 
Johnson, Ed 1965 
Johnson, Jonathan, 1994, '95 
Johnson, Louis 1990, '91 
Johnson, Mancel 1993, '95 
Johnson, Sam 1978, '79, '80 
Johnson, Ricky 1988, '89 
Johnston, Richard 1945, '46 
Joines, Vernon, 1985, '86, '87, '88 
Jones, Clarence, 1987, '88, '89, '90 
Jones, David, 1970 
Jones, Lendell, 1981, '82, '83 
Jones, Stan 1951, '52, '53 
Joyce, Fred 1962, '63, '64 
Joyce, Jim 1981, '82, '83 
Joyner, Willie 1981, '82, '83 

"K" 

Kaleo, John 1992 
Kane, Ed, 1966, '67, '68 
Karangalen, Peter 1943 
Kamas, Stanley 1948, '49, '50 
Kaufman, Norman 1959, '60 
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 
Kemp, William 1909, '10, '11 
Kenley, Frank, 1986, '97, '98 
Kenny, John 1964, '65 
Kensler, Ed, 1948, '49, '50, '51 
Kem, Fred, 1957, '58 
Kershner, Ted, 1956, '57, '58 



Kessler, Gordon, 1926, '27, '28 
Kichman, Charles 1956 
Kiernan, Paul, 1931, '32 
Kilgallen, Jim 1953 
Kinard, Ben, 1973, '74 
King, John, 1968, '69 
Kinney, Eugene, 1945, '46, '47, '48 
Kinney, Vmce, 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 
Klrngerman, Doug, 1964, '65 
Kloppmeyer. Charles 1906 
Knight, Chris 1983, '85 
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 
Krahling, Chick 1964, '65 
Krajcovic, Jess, 1929, '30, '31 
Kramer, Marvin, 1949, '50 
Kramer, Paul, 1953 
Kraus, Joe 1983, '84 
Kreider, John 1979, '80, '81 
Kremus, Jason 1991, '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 

"L" 

Lacy, Michael 1992 
Ladygo, Peter, 1950, '51 
LeHayne, Alfred 1975 
Landolt, Dean 1968 
Laneve, Ron 1957, '58 
Lange, Robert 1973, '74 
Lamgan, Pat 1924, '25 
Larkin, Bob 1980 
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 
Lavrusky, 1965, '66, '67 
Lawrence, Doug 1990, '91, '92 
Lawrence, George 1938, '39 
Lawrynas, Ben 1002 
Lawson, J.W. 1892 
Layman, Bob 1956, '57, '58 
Lazaro, Bill 1958, '59 
Lazzanno, Joe 1954, '55 



Letherman, John 1926 
LeGore, Walter, 1904 
Lewis, Dickie 1956, '56, '58 
Lewis, Grenville, 1894, '96 
Lewis, Jermaine 1992, 93, '94, '94 
Lewis, Mike 1979, '80, '81, 82 
Lewis, Ron, 1962, '63 
Liebold, Leland 1952 
Lillibridge, John 1896, '97 
Lilly, Hank 1963 
Lindsay, Paul 1951 
Linkous, Fred 1925, '26, '27 
Lishack, Michael 1971 
Livingston, Phil 1978, '79 
Lloyd, Edward 1938, '39 
Lombard, Henry 1928, '29 
Loncar, Ed, 1977, '78 
Loomis, Lynn 1912, '13 
Lorton, Kyle 1979, '80 
Lovett, Billy 1966, '67, '68 
Lowery, Bren 1986, '87, '88, '89 
Luckey, George 1923, '24 
Lumsden, Milton, 1939. '40 
Lunn, Cameron (Tubby) 1906, '07 
Lutz, James 1943 
Lynch. Leonard 1981, '82, '83, '84 
Lytle, Ken 1993, '95 

"M" 

Maarleveld, J.D. 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 

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Tom Parker '83, '84, '85, '86. 



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Marchetto, Peter 1977 
Marciniak. Walt 1964 
Marino. Chris 1983 
Markoe, Dave 1964 
Marrone, Dave 1990, '91. '92 
Marshall. Larry 1969, '70. '71 
Matell, James 1970, '71, 72 
Martin, Andre 1993 
Martin, Andy 1963, '64 
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, BUI 1968. '69. 71 
Melcher, Dick 1963. '65 
Melcher. Mick 1963. '64. '65 
Memtt, 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, '94. '95 
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 




Dave Pacella '79, '80, '81, '82. 



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 
Moore, Robert 1995 
Moran, J. Patnck 1944 
Morgan, Bob 1951, '52. '53 
Morhinweg, Fred 1917 
Morris, Scott 1943 
Moms. William (Country) 1912, '13 
Momson, 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 
Motley, Mark 1994, '95 
Mudd, Khostka 1909, 10, '11 
Mueller, John 1940 
MueUer, Leo 1938. '39, '40 
Muffler. Joe 1976. 77. 78 
Muller, Mike 1980, '81, '82 
Mulliken. Clarence 1894 
Murphy, Bill 1972, 73 
Murphy, Joe 1939. '40 
Murphy. Scott 1975 
Myers, Dutch 1918, '19 
Myrtle. Chip 1964. '65, '66 
Myshnski. Tom 1965. '66, '67 



"N" 

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 
Norris, John 1930, '31 
Norton, Patrick 1992 
Novak, Dick 1959, '60, '61 
Nusz, Dave 1953, '54, '55 

"O" 

Oberle, Ken 1987, '88, '89, '90 
Oberlm, Lyman 1914. '15, '16 
Ochap, Gene 1974. 75, 76 
O'Connor, Ed 1952 
Odell, Dave 1976 
O'Donnell, Dick 1954 
O'Donnell, Joe 1994, '95 
O'Donnell, Neil 1987, '88, '89 
Oertly, Fred 1893 
Ogbogu, Eric 1994, '95 
Ogle, Kendalkl 1994 
O'Hara, Dermis 1968. '69. 71 
O'Hare. Tim 1978 
Oiefbeson, Whitney 1915 
Olavarria, Luis 1992, '93 




Al Pease '29, 



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 

Palahumk, George 1952. '53. '54 

Palanda, Michael 1977 

Palmer, Bruce 1976, 77, 78 

Panagos, Jim 1991. '92 

Pancza. Joe 1967 

Papuchis, John 1978 

Paredes. Ramon 1985, '86 

Parker, Alvin 1924, '25 

Parker, David 1989 

Parker, Tommy 1983, '84, '85, '86 

Parsons, Jim 1952, '53, '54, '55 

Parson, John 1926, '27 

Pastrana, Alan 1965, '66, '68 

Pearson, Ron 1966, '67, '68 

Pease, Al 1929, '30, '31 

Pellegrini, Bob 1953, '54, '55 

Pennington, Victor 1914 

Perlo, Phil 1955. '57 

Peters. Francis 1898, '99, 1900 

Petibon, Richie 1984, '85, '86, '87 

Petronaci, John 1971 

Petruzzo, Joseph 1950. '51 

Petry, Phil 1964, '65 

Pettit, Bill 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, '94, '95 

Plasmg, Dutch 1921 

Plevm, 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 

Pomatowski, Hank 1959, '60, '61 

Poppelman, Ray 1930, '31. '32 

Posy. Gilbert 1909, '10, '11 

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

Pouleur. AL. 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 



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Bob Raba '73, '74, '75, '76. 

Pugh, Charlie 1927 

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

Purvis, Bart 1971, '72, '73 

"Q" 

Quander, Timmy 1982 
Queen, C.J. 1896 

"R" 

Raba, Robert 1973. 74, '75, '76 
Radice, Julie 1928, '29 
Rae, Tom 1960, '61, '62 
Raedy, Mike 1918, '19 
Rather, Darnck 1993, '94, 95 
Ratliff, Don 1970, 71, 72 
Reagan, Ron 1989, '90, '91, '92 
Reed, Dee 1993 
Regan, Edward 1992, '93 
Reich, Frank 1983, '84 
Reffly, Charles 1969, 70, 71 
Reilly, Jack 1960 
Reitz, Mike 1972 
Renaldo, Chris 1982, '83 
Rezzelle, Ryan 1995 
Rhodes, Brad 1995 
Rhodes, Don 1977 
Ribuutzki, 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, '94 
Robertson, Gilbert 1899 
Rock, Walter 1960, '61', '62 
Rock, Wilbur 1943, '44 
Rodenberger, Jeff 1979, '80, '81 
Rodgers, Buddy 1994, '95 



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, Blame 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 
Salkeld, Scott 1994 
Salley. Ernie 1974, 75, 76, 77 
Sampson, Neal 1984, 85 
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, 75 
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 
Scott, Chad 1995 
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 
Scriber, Spencer 1980. '82, '83 
Scriber, Stephon 1984, '85, '86 
Seder, Larry 1975, 76, 77 
Seppy, Bill 1957, '58 
Seibert, Vernon 1946, '47, '48, '49 
Selep, Tom 1954, '56 
Semier, Eddie 1920, '21, '22 
Senft, Brad 1978, 79, '80 
Senior, Jethro 1980 
Settino, Joe 1931 
Settles, Mike 1993, '94, '95 
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, HA, 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 
Simier, George 1946, '47 
Simmons, Jonathan 1981, '82, '83 
Simoldom, Joe 1965, '66 




Mike Thomas '88, '89, '90, '91. 



Simon, Geroy 1993, '94, '95 

Simon, Mike 1976, 77, 78 

Simpson, John 1932, '33, '34 

Simpson, Mike 1962 

Sisler, Paul 1993 

Skarda, Jim 1955, '56 

Skinner, W.W. 1892 

Skotmcki, Frank 1937, '38, '39 

Slamnka, Richard 1968, '69, 70 

Smith, Blair 1935, '36, '37 

Smith, Bib 1939, '40 

Smith, Bob 1972, 73, 74 

Smith, Eager 1899 

Smith, Irvin 1985, '86, '87, '88 

Smith, Jamie 1916 

Smith, Ken 1960, '61, '62 

Smith, Les 1944, 45 

Smith, Wesley 1902, '04 

Sniscak, Bernie 1946 

Snyder, Gerald 1926, '27, '28 

Snyder, Leo 1917, '18, '19 

Snyder, Robert 1933 

Sobel, Mark 1981 

Sochko, Mike 1975, 76, 77 

Solt, Ron 1981, '82. '83 

Sonntag, Ralph 1967, '68, '69 

Soporowski, Raymond 1969, 70, 71 

Soma, John 1984, '85, '86, '87 

Sorrentmo, Pete 1995 

Sothoron, Norwood 1932, '34 

Speer, Talbot 1915 

SpineUi, Dennis 1986, '87, '88, '89 

Springer, Bruce 1965 

Stable, Sydney 1909 

Staffien, Dan 1950, '51, '52 

StaffUeno, Ron 1990, '91, '92 

Staia, Dom 1952 

Staifort, Carl 1933, '34, '35 

Staines, Pat 1987 

Stamaker, Wally 1967, '68, '69 

Stanford, John 1975. 76. 77 

Stankus, Ray 1951, '52 

Steele, Derek 1989, '90, '91 

Stefl, Tom 1955, '56, '57 

Sterner, Ted 1969, 70, 71 

Stem, George 1964, '65 

Stephens, Todd 1981 

Sterling, Rob 1986 

Stem, George 1963 

Stevens, Jimmy 1917 

Stevens, Myron 1925, '26 

Stevenson, Brett 1990, '91, '92 

Stewart, Jermame 1993, '94 

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, '95 

Stuart, Adam 1946 

Stubbs, J.S. 1916, '17, '18 

Stubijar. Mike 1967, '68, '69 

Stump, Doug 1989, '90 

Stump, James 1995 

StuU, James 1967, '69 



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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 

itrptt 

Tamburello, Frank 1954, '55 
Tarbuton, 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, '94 
Thomas. Al 1968, '69, '70 
Thomas, Gene 1990, '91 
Thomas, Lewis (Knocky) 1925, 

'26, '27 
Thomas, Mike 1988, '89, '90, '91 
Thomas, Ratcliff 1993, '94, '95 
Thompson, Greg 1983, '84 
Tice, John 1979, '80, '81, '82 
Tice, Mike 1978, '79, '80 
Tiesi, James 1970, '71 
Tme, Chuck 1965, '66, '67 
Toler, Dick 1945 
Tomasetti, Vince 1980, '81. '82 
Tomlin, Eddie 1989 
Tonetti, Paul 1955. '56, 
Torain, Ernie 1965, '66, 
Trachy, John 1964, '65, 
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 
Tullai. Fred 1955 
Turner, Bill 1955. '56, '57 
Turner, J.M. 1901 
Turyn, Vic 1945, '46, '47. '48 
Tuschak, Richard 1943 
Tweedy, James 1970, '71, '72 
Tye, Scott 1982, '84, '85 

"U" 

mam. James 1977, '78 
mam, Pat 1972, '73, '74 
Ulman, Bernie 1939, '40. '41 
Underwood. Bnan 1994. '95 



'57 
'67 
'66 



Underwood, Eddie 1900 

"V" 

Vanderhout, Greg 1979, '80, '81 
Van Heusen, Billy 196.5, '66, '67 
Van Horn, Marlin 1977, '78 '79 
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 
Vucin, Milan 1964, '65, '66 

"W" 

Wagenheim, Phil 1973, '74 
Walker, Arnold 1987 
Walker, Bill 1953, '54, '55 
Walker, Clarence 1894 
Walker, Frank 1900 
Walker, Kevin 1984, '85, '86, '87 
Wall, Raphael 1992. '93, '94 
Wallace, Al 1993, '94, '95 
Waller, Ron 1952, '53, '54 
Walsh, Mark 1986, '87, '88, '89 
Walter, John 1920 
Walters, Hany 1973, '74 
Walton, Kendnck 1994 
Walton, Robert 1936, '37 
Ward, Bob 1948, '49, '50, '51 
Ward, Christ 1976. '77, '78 
Ward, Frank 1908, '09 
Ward, Kevin 1972. '73 
Ward, Pat 1994 
Warfield, Jack 1939 
Warfield, Joshua 1900, '01 




Vic Willis '34, 35, '36. 



Waseleski, Barry 1984 
Washington, Larry 1991, '93 
Waters, Jean 1954 '55, '56 
Waters, John 1924, '25 
Watkms, Ben 1896 
Watkins, James 1970, '71 
Watkins, Mitch 1994, '95 
Watson, Ken 1976, '77 
Watson, Tim 1993. '95 
Watts, Harry 1901, '02, '03 
Weaver, Russ 1992, '93, '94 
Webb, Thomas 1932, '33 
Webster, Fletcher 1903 
Webster, Jahmal 1994 
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 
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, Brett 1994, '95 
White, Charles 1975, '76, '77 
White, Cornelius 1994. '95 
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 
Wiestling, 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, '94 
Williams, E.P. 1910, '11. '12, '13 
Williams, Kameron 1993 
Williams, Walt 1993, '94, '95 
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 
Wmslaw, J.J. 1903 
Wolfe, Percy 1943 
Wolfe, William 1935, '36. '37 
Wonderack, Arthur 1926, '27, '28 




Eric Wilson '81, '82, '83, '84. 

Wood, Erick 1992, '93, '94 
Wood, William 1930, '32 
Woodeshick, Kevm 1993, '94 
Woods, Al 1930, '31, '32 
Woodward, A.N. 1910 
Wooters, William 1892, '93, '94 
Worch, Mike 1995 
Word, Jason 1995 
Worthmgton, 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 

Yamell, Dermis 1971 
Yeager, Charles (Buddy) 1933, 

'34, '35 
Yeates, Mike 1975. '76, '77 
York, Bob 1964, '65, '66 
Young, Walter 1921, '22, '23 
Younge, Joe 1972, '74, '75 

"Z" 

Zachary, Pete 1973, '74, '75 
Zannoni, Steve 1972, '73, '74 
Zernhelt, John 1974. '76. 77 
Zetts. Michael 1943 
Zizakovic, Lubo 1988. '89, '90. '91 
Zillman. Pat 1979. 80, 81 
Zolak. Scott 1989. '90 
Zulick, Charlie 1936 
Zulick. Earl 1925. '26, '27 



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Year 

1892 
1893 
1894 
1895 
1896 
1897 
1898 
1899 
1900 
1901 
1902 
1903 
1904 
1905 
1906 
1907 

1908 
1909 



Head Coach 

•W.W.Skinner 
*S.H. Harding 
*J.G. Bannon 
No Team 
*Grenville Lewis 
*John Lillibridge 
M.F. Kenly 
*S.M. Cooke 
F.H. Peters 
*E.B. Dunbar 
D. John Markey 
D. John Markey 
D. John Markey 
D. John Markey 
Fred Nielsen 
C.G. Church 
& C. Melick 
Bill Lang 
Barney Cooper 
& E. Larkin 



w 


6 

3 

6 
2 
2 
1 
3 
1 
3 
7 
2 
6 
5 
3 

4 
2 



Curley Byrd 



1910 
1911 

1912 
1913 
1914 
1915 
1916 
1917 
1918 
1919 



R. Alston 
C. Donnelly 
& 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 





Bear Bryant 



Year Head Coach 



Year Head Coach W L T 




Jim Tatum 



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 
H.C. Byrd 
H.C. Byrd 
H.C. Byrd 
H.C. Byrd 
H.C. Byrd 
H.C. Byrd 
H.C. Byrd 
H.C. Byrd 



Bobby Ross 



1947 
1948 
1949 
1950 
1951 
1952 
1953 
1954 
1955 



Paul "Bear" Bryant 

Clark Shaughnessy 

Jim Tatum 
Jim Tatum 
Jim Tatum 
Jim Tatum 
Jim Tatum 
Jim Tatum 
Jim Tatum 
Jim Tatum 
Jim Tatum 



Year 

1969 
1970 
1971 

1972 
1973 
1974 
1975 
1976 
1977 
1978 
1979 
1980 
1981 

1982 
1983 
1984 
1985 
1986 



Head Coach 

Roy Lester 
Roy Lester 
Roy Lester 

Jerry Claiborne 
Jerry Claiborne 
Jerry Claiborne 
Jerry Claiborne 
Jerry Claiborne 
Jerry Claiborne 
Jerry Claiborne 
Jerry Claiborne 
Jerry Claiborne 
Jerry Claiborne 

Bobby Ross 
Bobby Ross 
Bobby Ross 
Bobby Ross 
Bobby Ross 



W 
3 
2 
2 



9 

11 



L T 

7 
9 
9 
(7-25-0) 
5 1 



(72-37-3) 




Jerry Claiborne 



1936 
1937 



Jack Faber 
Jack Faber 



1938 Frank M. Dobson 

1939 Frank M. Dobson 



5 
2 
(21-9-2) 
7 
7 
(4-14-0) 



1940 Jack Faber 

& Al Heagy 2 

1941 Al Woods 3 

1942 Clark Shaughnessy 7 

1943 Clarence Spears 4 

1944 Clarence Spears 1 



(5-12-1) 



Joe Krivak 



1959 
1960 
1961 
1962 
1963 
1964 
1965 



Tom Nugent 
Tom Nugent 
Tom Nugent 
Tom Nugent 
Tom Nugent 
Tom Nugent 
Tom Nugent 



1966 Lou Saben 



1967 
1968 



Bob Ward 
Bob Ward 



(36-34-0) 
6 
(4-6-0) 
9 
8 
(2-17-0) 



(20-34-2) 


9 

7 

5 

(15-29-0) 

468 42 




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Terp Won-Loss Log with Opponents 



W L T 

Air Force Academy 2 

Alabama 1 2 

Alex. High 1 

American University 1 

Auburn University 1 2 

Balnbride Training 1 1 

Baltimore City College 2 

Baltimore Med. College ... 1 

Baltimore Poly 3 1 

Baylor University 1 1 

Bethel Military Academy. .1 

Boston College 1 1 

Boston University 2 

Business High 1 

Carnegie Tech 1 

Catholic University 8 1 2 

Central High 6 2 

Charlotte Hall Mil 1 

Chicago University 1 

Cincinnati 2 

Clemson University 20 22 2 

Clifton Athletic Club 1 

Columbia Athletic Club .... 1 

Connecticut 1 

Curtis Bay Coast Guard.... 1 

Delaware 3 5 1 

Dinkinson College 1 

Duke 22 17 

Duquense Umv 1 



W L T 

Eastern High 4 

Espiscopai High 3 

Florida 6 11 

Florida State 6 

Fortress Monroe 1 

Fredericksburg College 2 

Gallaudet 9 6 1 

Georgetown University 6 9 

Georgetown Prep 1 1 

George Washington 10 3 

Georgia 3 2 1 

Georgia Tech 2 6 

Gibraltar Athletic Club 1 

Gonzaga High 1 1 

Greenville (SC) AAB 1 

Guilford College 1 

Gunton Tern. Bapt. Ch 1 

Hampden Sydney 2 2 

Haverford College 2 

Houston 1 

Indiana State 1 

Indiana University 2 

Johns Hopkins 16 11 5 

Kentucky 3 2 2 

Lakehurst Nav. Air Sta 1 

Louisiana State Umv 3 

Louisville 3 1 

U.S. Marme Barracks 1 

Merchant Marine Acad 1 



W L T 

Miami (Fla.) 7 6 

Miami (Ohio) 1 

Michigan 2 

Michigan State 1 4 

Minnesota 1 

Mississippi 1 1 

Mississippi State 1 

Missouri 6 

Mt. of St. Joseph's Col 2 

Mt. St. Mary's Col 2 2 1 

Mt. Washington Club 1 

Navy 5 14 

New York Umv 2 

North Carolina 26 31 1 

N.C. State 24 24 4 

OhioUniv 1 

Oklahoma Umv 4 

Old. Univ. of Md 3 2 1 

Olympia Ath. Club 1 

Orient Ath. Club 1 

Pennsylvania 1 4 

Perm State 1 35 1 

Perm Military 3 1 

Pittsburgh 3 2 

Princeton 2 

Randolph-Macon Col 2 1 

Rich. Army Air Base 1 

Richmond University 11 5 2 

Rock Hill Col 3 1 



W L T 

Rugers Univ 4 3 

St. Johns College 18 11 

South Carolina 17 11 

SMU 2 

Swarthmore College 1 

Syracuse 14 18 2 

Tech. High 5 2 

Tennessee 2 5 

Texas 3 

Texas A&M 2 

Third Army Corps 1 

TulaneUniv 4 2 

UCLA 1 1 

Vanderbilt 4 8 

Villanova 8 2 

Virginia 37 20 2 

Virginia Mil. Inst 14 9 2 

Virginia Tech 14 10 

Wake Forest 32 11 1 

Walbrook Ath. Club 1 

Washington & Lee 13 5 2 

Washington Col 18 3 1 

West Virginia 16 15 2 

Western High 1 

Western Md 18 13 1 

William &Maiy 1 2 

Yale University 2 8 1 




A preseason publicity photo, 1954. In the Line: End Bill Walker, Tackle Ralph Baieri, Guard George Palahunik, Center John 
Irvine, Guard John Bowersox, Tackle Ray Blackburn, End Russell Dennis. Backfield: Quarterback Charlie Boxold, Halfback Joe 
Homing, Fullback Dick Bielski, Halfback Ron Waller. 



139 



































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1892 (0-3-0) 






















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. 




I 


Oct. 


15 at St. John's 


L 


0-15 






■ 








■1 




Johns Hopkins 


L 


0-62 




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b> *-^3 












(Clifton Park, Baltimore, 


Md.) 




1 


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Nov 


19 Episcopal High 


L 


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H 


W 




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1 


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1893 (6-0-0) 








^ 


w 




\ 


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1 


& II 










Oct. 


11 Eastern High 

Central High School 
Baltimore City College 




36-0 
10-0 
18-0 






«» • ' ''*" 








w - 


Nov 


1 St. John's 


1ft 


6-0 


1 I 




! JSt m 9» £E 


i 


Jt m 


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Nov. 


12 Western Maryland 


V\ 


18-10 


1 i 


1 


i >^ sa ^H Kk. *jl 


1 


W W' 








Oriental Athletic Club 


v\ 


16-6 






» eB Pl^^^^ ^Hfl 




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l~ 1 








1894 (3-3-0) 








«■§ 


Hif *■ 




£c 


1 


1 


Oct. 


12 W. Md College 

at Washington College 




52-0 
12-0 




1 


^^|. _^ _,'-• 






1 


1 J 


Oct 


27 at St. John's 


L 


6-22 




i »■■ 






^JJTf" ,.>y tt 


1 






Georgetown 


V\ 


6-4 




' 1 


dpi %f^ r -^ 


— y 


'"'^ ^ff^» r» 


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Colonial Athletic Club 


L 


0-26 




J 


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A 


B¥ v 


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at Mt. St. Mary's 


L 


0-24 








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1895 (0-0-0) 










f # t^ HHF < 


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(No Team) 






ii 




i ift, 








1 






1896 (6-2-2) 






Ji 


J 


'. w — ^& - 


^. 


Wmizr^tiMM 




r 1 




Eastern High 


L 


0-6 


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■r^-^"- "^ irfttTw , 


Ip* 


M £ -"' . -as 


- xi 


fc!W 




Gallaudet 


T 


0-0 






^^mm" m $ * ^►22 


£!T 


^."SR into. j 


► i 


- 




Business High 


W 


32-0 






^ A . ^ >S«F 


31 


t^^T ,^wr-- Adl 


f A 






Central High 
Alexandria Hiigh 




10-6 
18-0 


- 


It' 


aL, . 'tfJlBp Mb 


* jTsHI 


1 1 


-■'-■--^-.ir w 


1 




*T ,s Swr-! 






Bethel MA. 
Episcopal High 


\f\i 
L 


20-10 
0-6 


The Maryland Aggies in 1907. Curley Byrd is holding the football. 








Western Maryland 


w 


16-6 


















Central High 


w 


14-0 






1899 (1-4-0) 


Oct. 


19 


Johns Hopkins 


L 


0-6 




Universitv of Marvland 


T 


0-0 


Oct 


14 


Western Maryland L 0-21 


Oct. 


26 


Rock Hill College 


L 


6-11 












Oct. 


25 


Eastern High W 26-0 


Nov. 


2 


Central High 


L 


0-11 






1897 (2-4) 






Oct. 


28 


at Johns Hopkins L 0-40 


Nov. 


12 


U.S. Marmes 


W 


27-0 




Central High 


Vt 


24-6 


Nov. 


8 


Delaware College L 0-34 


Nov. 


16 


Walk. Athletic College 


L 


0-36 




Eastern High 


Vt 


4-0 






(Wilmington) 


Nov. 


23 


Western Maryland 


L 


0-30 


Nov. 


Johns Hopkins 
13 St. John's 


L 

L 


0-30 
4-6 


Nov. 


11 


at St. John's L 0-62 






1902 (3-5-2) 








Gallaudet 


L 


6-16 






1900 (3-4-1) 






Georgetown 


L 


0-27 


Nov. 


20 Bait. Medical College 


L 


0-10 


Oct. 


13 


Western High T 0-0 






Mt. St. Joseph's 


W 


5-0 




(Electric Park) 






Oct. 


21 


Gib. Athletic College L 0-17 






Columbia University 


W 


11-10 












Nov. 


10 


Georgetown Prep L 0-5 






Olympia Athletic Club 


W 


6-0 






1898 (2-5-0) 






Nov. 


17 


Georgetown Prep W 15-0 






Washington College 


T 


0-0 




Columbia University 


L 


5-17 






Episcopal High L 6-34 






Mt St. Mary's 


L 


0-5 


Oct. 


15 at Western Maryland 


L 


0-32 






Gonzaga L 5-11 






Western Maryland 


L 


6-26 




Eastern High 


Wl 


4-0 






Gonzaga W 21-0 






University of Maryland 


L 


0-5 




Gallaudet 


L 


0-33 






Char. Hall Athletic Club W 21-0 






Johns Hopkins 


L 


0-17 




Johns Hopkins 


L 


0-16 












Delaware College 


T 


0-0 




at Episcopal High 


L 


0-37 






1901 (1-7-0) 














Rock Hill Colleae 


W 


27-0 


Oct. 


5 


Delaware College L 6-24 






1903 (7-4) 
















Oct. 


16 


Gallaudet Reserves L 10-11 


Oct. 


11 


University of Maryland 


W 


11-0 




















Oct. 
Oct. 


14 
22 


Tech High School 

at Columbia University 


W 

w 


27-0 
6-0 
































^fl^T^^H *? r 


Oct. 


22 


Georgetown 
Clifton Athletic Club 


L 


0-28 


















-~ 


. 








w 


5-0 




j 
















k£l 








Gunton Tem. 
at St. John's 


w 

L 


21-0 
0-18 


















m M 








1 


■■= ' i 
















Nov. 


2 


Washington College 


W 


28-0 


I 1 1 


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1 










Nov. 


15 


Western Maryland 


w 


6-0 


1 LL 


IP] 














■"" nfl^l 




Nov. 


18 


at Mt. St. Mary's 


L 


0-2 


l f~ 


















Nov. 


27 


Delaware College 


L 


0-16 




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ft) 






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(Wilmington) 






ImJ 


W ^ 


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BiA 


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1904 (2-4-2) 










- 


i 










4 




Sept. 


26 


at Georgetown 


L 


0-22 








♦ . .. U 


f 




2, 


h 


, fifc. *i" • 




Oct. 


3 


Randolph Macon 


T 


0-0 




4 


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a^r^si 3 




Hk 


^M 


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Ftress Monroe 


T 


0-0 








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a- -- 


r-^^ 


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Oct. 


7 


at Mt. St. Mary's 


W 


11-6 








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6 


U~W^9 M 




Oct. 


14 


Western Maryland 


L 


0-5 




lie 


*l 


^ 


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Nov. 


3 


Gallaudet 

University of Maryland 


W 
L 


22-5 
0-6 


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Nov. 


26 


Delaware College 
(Wilmington) 


L 


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1905 (6-4-0) 




















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Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 


7 

14 
21 
25 


Baltimore Poly Institute 
Gallaudet 
Western Maryland 
at Navy 


W 
W 
L 
L 


20-0 
16-0 
0-10 
0-17 




















Oct. 
Nov. 


28 

4 


Mt. St. Joseph's 
at William & Mary 


W 
W 


28-0 
170 


















Maryland' 


s state champions 


of 19 


13. The co. 


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l Byrd, first row kneeling on the left. 













140 



Getting the Word Out On Terpassages, 1,025 Games 




1912: An oddity of the Maryland recordbook is that the all-time results list includes 
games the University of Maryland lost to itself. Maryland Agricultural College is 
seen thumping the University of Maryland, 58-0. M.A.C. became the University of 
Maryland at College Park in 1920; previously the University of Maryland resided in 
Baltimore. 



Oct. 


5 


Oct. 


9 


Oct. 


12 


Oct. 


26 


Nov. 


9 


Nov. 


16 


Nov. 


23 



Nov. 11 St. John's W 27-5 

Nov. 18 at Washington College L 0-17 

Nov. 25 University of Maryland W 23-5 

Nov. 30 at Delaware College L 0-12 

1906 (5-3-0) 

Sept. 29 Tech High W 5-0 

Oct. 6 Baltimore City College W 22-0 

Oct. 10 at Navy L 0-12 

Oct. 13 Georgetown L 0-28 

(Griffith Stadium, Washington, D.C) 

Oct. 20 at Mt. Washington College L 0-29 

Nov. 10 at St. Johns W 20-4 

Nov. 17 at Rock Hill W 16-0 

Nov. 24 Washington College W 24-0 

1907 (4-5-0) 

Sept. 28 Tech High W 13-0 

Georgetown L 0-10 

at Richmond College W 5-1 

at Navy L 0-12 

at Mt. St. Mary's L 6-12 

George Washington W 10-0 
(Griffith Stadium, Washington, D.C.) 

at Washington College W 10-5 

St. John's L 0-16 

at Gallaudet L 0-5 
(Kendall Green) 

1908 (4-7-0) 

Central High W 5-0 

Tech High L 5-6 

at Richmond College L 0-22 

at Johns Hopkins L 0-10 

Navy L 0-57 

Gallaudet W 5-0 

at Fredericksburg W 10-0 

Baltimore Poly W 12-0 

St. John's L 0-31 

Washington College L 0-11 

George Washington L 0-57 

1909 (2-4-0) 

Sept. 25 Tech High L 0-11 

Oct. 2 at Richmond College L 0-12 

9 at Johns Hopkins L 0-9 

16 Rock Hill W 5-0 

Oct. 23 George Washington L 0-26 
(Griffith Stadium, Washington, D.C) 

Nov. 6 at Gallaudet W 1412 



1910 (4-3-1) 

Central High 
at Richmond College 
at John's Hopkins 
Catholic University 
at George Washington 
(Griffith Stadium, Washington) 
Nov. 12 at Virginia Military Institute. L 



Oct. 
Oct. 



Oct. 


1 


Oct. 


8 


Oct. 


15 


Oct. 


19 



W 


12-0 


W 


22-0 


T 


11-11 


W 


20-0 


W 


6-0 



Nov. 
Nov 



Sept. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 

Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 



19 
24 



at St. John's L 0-6 

at Western Maryland L 3-17 

1911 (4-5-1) 

Central High L 0-14 

Tech High W 6-0 

Richmond W 12-0 

Fredericksburg College W 5-0 

Johns Hopkins L 3-6 

Catholic University T 6-6 

St. John's L 0-27 

at Washington College L 5-17 

Western Maryland L 0-6 

Gallaudet W 6-2 

1912(6-1-1) 

Tech High W 6-0 

at Johns Hopkins W 13-0 

University of Maryland W 58-0 

at St. John's L 0-27 

Gallaudet W 13-6 

at Western Maryland W 17-7 

atP.M.C. T 13-13 

Richmond College W 42-0 



Sept. 27 

Oct 4 

Oct. 11 

Oct. 18 

Oct. 25 

Nov. 8 

Nov. 14 

Nov. 22 

Nov. 27 



Sept. 26 
Oct. 3 



Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Nov. 



10 
24 

27 

i 



Nov. 14 
Nov. 26 



Sept. 25 
Oct. 2 



Oct. 
Oct. 



9 
16 



Nov. 30 

Nov. 6 

Nov. 13 

Nov. 25 



Sept. 6 
Sept. 11 

Sept. 25 



Nov. 30 



Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Nov. 



6 

13 

20 

27 

3 



1913 (6-3-0) 

Baltimore City College W 27-0 

•nd College W 45-0 

at Johns Hopkins W 26-0 

Western Maryland W 46-0 

at Navy L 0-76 

at St. John's W 13-0 

Washington College W 2-0 

Gallaudet L 0-13 

Pennsylvania Military Inst. L 7-27 
(Thanksgiving) 

1914 (5-3-0) 

Baltimore Poly L 6-0 

Catholic University W 6-0 

at Western Maryland L 13-20 

at Johns Hopkins W 14-0 

at St. John's W 27-14 

at Washington College W 3-0 

at Gallaudet L 0-23 

Pennsylvania Military College W 26-0 
(Thanksgiving) 

1915(6-3-0) 

Baltimore Poly W 31-0 

at Haverford L 0-7 

Catholic University L 0-16 

Gallaudet W 10-2 

Pennsylvania Military CollegeW 14-13 

St. John's W 27-14 

Washington College W 28-13 

Western Maryland W 51-0 

Johns Hopkins L 0-3 
(Thanksgiving) 

1916(6-2-0) 

Dickinson W 6-0 

Navy L 7-14 

Virginia Military Institute W 15-9 

Haverford L 6-7 

St. John's W 31-6 

at New York University W 10-7 

Catholic University W 13-9 

at Johns Hopkins W 54-0 
(Thanksgiving) 

1917(4-3-1) 

Delaware College W 20-0 

at Navy L 0-62 

at Virginia Military Institute T 14-14 

Wake Forest W 29-13 

North Carolina A&M L 6-10 
(Central High School Stadium, Washington D.C.) 




1918: Bobby Knode, Mike Raedy, Snitz Snyder, Sally Bosley. The Great War and 
influenza, a serious matter in 1918, did not stop the Old Liners. 



141 





Getting the Word Out On Terpassages, 1,025 Games If 


Nov. 10 


St. John's 


w 


















13-3 
















Nov. 17 


at Penn State 


L 


0-57 












. J, y .-4 




Nov. 30 


at Johns Hopkins 

1918 (4-1-1) 


W 


7-0 






.^wL . l' 31 !^^. 










Oct. 26 


American University 


L 


6-13 


JL 




^^- W 




"^1 


VhK'-' 1 


I 


Nov. 2 


at Virginia Military Institute 


W 


7-6 




-f ^a % 


k. 1 HK: 


d 


SKtvJBB'V 


1 




Western Maryland 


W 


19-14 


1 1 




i^i IH^ i 




A 


£ ^fc^W' * 


L 




(Homewood Field, Baltimore, Md.) 






' 


t A. ~ : 1 ^k-rf 




w 


■» " ' ' 


I 


Nov. 16 


New York University 


w 


6-2 




~" i 


^^ .^Hj& 






ir 'i** • V i^S > 


1 


Nov. 23 


St. John's 


w 


19-14 






*™ ^aMiP9P ■■■■■<- v 




i i 


fe^CL _1 ^4 1 


& 1 




(Homewood Field, Baltimon 


!, Md.) 












nT 




Nov. 28 


at Johns Hopkins 


T 


0-0 


i 


i 










(Thanksgiving) 






f ■ 


i IJm r <* 










1919 (5-4-0) 

Swarthmore 


L 


6-10 


! 








ig^tfL, 


f^^gjpll^^ 


t>W ^JJf JP 1 


^* 


t»- *♦■■ j^B 


»- 




at Virginia 


W 


13-0 








\ 


T fjgKL* 






Oct. 18 
Oct. 25 


West Virginia 
VPI 


L 

L 


0-27 
0-6 










,~ V*mr-.~ 


i,\ ■ , 


" " ^B^i^t A ' 7 - J,! ^fy ■■__ 








gBBHBfE^ 






. W-6L 


Nov. 1 


at Yale 


L 


0-31 












. Jay " Mfc ^jww" 


-^-1 


Nov. 8 


at St. Johns 
Catholic University 


W 
W 


27-0 
13-0 






' 






^^JHHupvSHIff h ^^" 






Western Maryland 


W 


20-0 


i" 




' 








' . 


Nov. 27 


at Johns Hopkins 
(Thanksgiving ) 


W 


13-0 


192 












- 


7: Maryland shut out South Carolina behind 


runs like this by Charlie Pugh. 






1920 (7-2-0) 




















Sept. 25 


Randolph Macon 


W 


54-0 
















Oct. 2 


at Rutgers 


L 


0-6 


Nov. 


24 


N.C. State T 


6-6 


Oct. 


20 


Virgmia Polytechnic institute L 


9-16 


Oct. 9 


at Prmceton 


L 


0-35 






(Baltimore Stadium, Thanksgiving) 








(Griffith Stadium) 




Oct. 16 


Washington College 


W 


27-0 










Oct. 


27 


North Carolina W 


14-0 


Oct. 23 


at VPI 


W 


7-0 






1922 (4-5-1) 




Nov. 


3 


St. John's W 


28-0 


Oct. 30 


at North Carolina 


W 


13-0 


Sept. 


30 


3rd Army Cor. W 


7-0 


Nov. 


10 


at Yale L 


14-16 


Nov. 6 


at Catholic University 


W 


14-0 






(Homewood Field, Baltimore, Md.) 




Nov. 


17 


at N.C. State W 


26-12 


Nov. 16 


at Syracuse 


W 


20-7 


Oct. 


7 


Richmond T 


0-0 


Nov. 


24 


Catholic University W 


40-6 


Nov. 25 


Johns Hopkins 


W 


24-7 


Oct. 


14 


at Pennsylvania L 


0-12 


Nov. 


29 


Johns Hopkins T 


6-6 




(Thanksgiving ) 






Oct. 
Oct. 


21 
28 


at Prmceton L 
at North Carolma L 


0-26 
3-27 






(Baltimore Stadium, Thanksgiving) 






1921 (3-5-1) 






Nov. 


4 


at Virginia Polytechnic Institute L 


0-21 






1924 (3-3-3) 




Oct. 1 


at Rutgers 


W 


3-0 


Nov. 


11 


at Yale L 


3-45 


Sept. 


27 


Washington College W 


23-0 


Oct. 8 


at Syracuse 


L 


0-42 


Nov. 


18 


at Johns Hopkins W 


3-0 


Oct. 


4 


Washington & Lee L 


7-19 


Oct. 15 


St. John's 


L 


3-7 


Nov. 


25 


at Catholic University W 


54-0 


Oct. 


11 


Richmond W 


38-0 


Oct. 22 


Virginia Polytechnic Institute W 


10-7 


Nov. 


30 


at N.C. State W 


7-6 


Oct. 


18 


Virginia Polytechnic Institute L 


0-12 




(Washington, D.C.) 










(Thanksgiving ) 




Oct. 


25 


at North Carolina W 


6-0 


Oct. 29 


North Carolina 


L 


7-16 










Nov. 


1 


at Catholic University T 


0-0 




(Baltimore Stadium) 










1923 (7-2-1) 




Nov. 


8 


at Yale L 


0-47 


Nov. 5 


at Yale 


L 


0-28 


Sept. 


29 


Randolph Macon W 


53-0 


Nov. 


15 


N.C. State T 


0-0 


Nov. 12 


at Catholic University 


W 


16-0 


Oct. 


6 


at Pennsylvania W 


3-0 


Nov. 


27 


Johns Hopkins T 


0-0 


Nov. 19 


at Carnegie Tech 


L 


0-21 


Oct. 


13 


Richmond W 


23-0 






(Baltimore Stadium, Thanksgiving) 






















1925 (3-5) 
































Sept. 


26 


Washington College W 


13-0 


i .-...■■*■ 


MMTl 












Oct. 


10 


Rutgers W 
(at Philadelphia, Pa.) 


16-0 


1 i 


I J I„ 


. ! 










Oct. 


17 


at VPI L 


0-3 
















Oct. 


24 


at Virginia L 


0-6 






■■■■ 










Oct. 


31 


North Carolina L 


0-16 


mm 


'^*$S$m 


W i 








Nov. 
Nov. 


7 
14 


(Baltimore Stadium) 

at Yale L 

Washington & Lee L 


14-43 
3-7 


" ■ 














Nov. 


26 


Johns Hopkins W 
(Baltimore Stadium, Thanksgiving) 


17-14 




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1926 (5-4-1) 




i 


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Sept. 


25 


Washington College W 


63-0 


-m£^V 


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Oct. 


2 


at South Carolina L 


0-12 


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Oct. 


9 


at Chicago L 


0-21 


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Oct. 


16 


at Virgmia Poly L 


8-24 


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(Norfolk) 






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Oct. 


23 


North Carolina W 


14-6 




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Oct 


30 


Gallaudet W 


38-7 




^wf- W|! '■ ~ ^Q 


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Nov. 


6 


at Yale W 


15-0 


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Nov. 


13 


Virginia T 


6-6 


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Nov. 


20 


at Washington & Lee L 


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Nov. 


25 


Johns Hopkins W 


17-14 


fw ' ^^fif 


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(Baltimore Stadium, Thanksgiving) 






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1 . 




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Sept. 


24 


1927 (4-7-0) 

Washington College W 


80-0 


- 














Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 


1 
8 
15 
22 


South Carolma W 
at North Carolina L 
at VPI W 
at V.M.I W 


26-0 

6-7 

13-7 

10-6 
















1928: The first Memorial Stadium ir 


i Baltimore and its press box looms over William 


Oct. 


29 


Washington & Lee L 


6-13 


Evans as he goes around end against Johns Hopkins. The visitors won, 26-6. 













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Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 

Dec. 



5 
12 

l't 



at Yale 
at Virginia 
at Vanderbilt 
Johns Hopkins 



Sept. 29 
Oct. 6 



Oct. 
Oct. 



13 
20 



Oct. 27 

Nov. 3 

Nov. 10 

Nov. 17 

Nov. 24 

Nov. 29 



Sept. 27 
Oct 5 



(Baltimoie Stadium, Thanksgiving) 
at Florida L 

1928 (6-3-1) 

Washington College 

North Carolina 

at South Carolina 

Western Maryland 

at V.M.I 

at Virginia Poly 

at Yale 

Virginia 

at Washington & Lee 

Johns Hopkins 

(Baltimore Stadium, Thanksgiving) 



6-30 

0-21 

20-39 

13-14 

6-7 



w 


31-0 


L 


19-26 


L 


7-21 


W 


13-6 


T 


0-0 


L 


6-9 


W 


6-0 


W 


18-2 


W 


6-0 


W 


26-6 



Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct, 
Nov. 
Nov. 



1.' 
19 

2 
9 



Nov. 16 
Nov. 28 
Dec. 7 



1930 (7-4-1 
Sept, 27 
Oct. 4 



Oct. 
Oct, 



11 
18 



Oct. 25 

Nov. 1 

Nov. 8 

Nov 15 

Nov. 22 

Nov. 27 

Dec. 6 



1929 (4-4-2) 
Washington College 
North Carolina 
South Carolina 
Gallaudet 
atV.MI 
Virginia 
at Yale 
atVPI 

Johns Hopkins 
Western Maryland 
(Baltimore Stadium) 



Washington College 

at Yale 

at North Carolina 

St. Johns 

at V.M.I. 

at Virginia 

Washington & Lee 

atVPI 

at Navy 

Johns Hopkins 

Western Maryland 

(Baltimore Stadium) 



1931 (8-1-1) 
Sept 26 Washington College 
Oct. 3 Virginia 
10 Navy 
17 Kentucky 
at V.M.I. 
atVPI 
at Vanderbilt 



Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 24 
Oct. 31 
Nov. 7 



W 

L 
L 
W 
L 
T 
T 
W 
W 
L 



W 

L 
L 
W 

w 

W 

w 
w 

L 
W 
L 



w 

w 
w 

T 

w 
w 

L 



34-7 

0-43 

6-26 

13-6 

6-7 

13-13 

13-13 

24-0 

39-8 

0-12 



60-6 

13-40 

21-28 

21-13 

20-0 

14-6 

41-7 

13-7 

0-6 

39-6 

0-7 



13-0 

7-6 

6-0 

6-6 

24-20 

20-0 

12-39 




1941: Before war offcially broke out, Maryland 
Jack Wright, who was to miss the '43, '44, and 
in 1946, runs into the Gator line. 



edged Florida, 13-12, on Oct. 18. 
'45 seasons before returning to play 



Nov. 
Nov. 



Dec. 



Sept 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Nov. 



21 

26 



Nov. 12 



Washington & Lee W 13-7 

Johns Hopkins W 35-14 
(Baltimore Stadium, Thanksgiving) 

Western Maryland W 41-6 
(Baltimore Stadium) 

1932 (5-6-0) 

Washington College W 63-0 

at Virginia L 6-7 

VPI " L 23-0 

at Duke L 0-34 

St. Johns W 24-7 

at V.M.I. W 12-7 

Vanderbilt L 0-13 
(Griffith Stadium, Washington) 

Navy L 7-28 
(Baltimore Stadium) 




Nov. 
Nov. 
Dec. 



Sept 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 



19 



W 



6-0 



Washington & Lee 

(Baltimore Stadium) 
24 Johns Hopkins W 

(Baltimore Stadium. Thanksgiving) 
3 Western Maryland L 7-39 



23-0 



30 

7 

14 

21 

28 

4 

11 

18 

22 



Dec, 2 



1942: Elmer Rigby returns 
Terp Hall of Fame, helped 



a kickoff against Virginia in 1942. 
post a 27-12 road victory. 



Rigby, who is in the 



Sept 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct, 
Oct, 

Nov. 
Nov. 

Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 



Sept 
Oct. 

Oct 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Nov. 
Nov. 



29 

6 

13 

20 

27 

3 
10 

17 
24 
29 



28 

5 

12 
19 
26 
2 
9 



Nov. 16 



1933 (3-7-0) 
St. Johns W 
at VPI L 
at Tulane L 
at V.M.I. L 
Western Maryland L 
(Baltimore Stadium) 
at Virginia L 
Duke L 
at Johns Hopkins W 
Washington & Les W 
(Thanksgiving) 

Florida L 
(Tampa) 

1934 (7-3-0) 
St. Johns W 
at Washington & Lee L 
at Navy L 
at VPI W 
Florida W 
(Baltimore Stadium) 
Virginia W 
V.M.I. W 
(Baltimore Stadium) 
Indiana L 
Georgetown W 
Johns Hopkins W 
(Baltimore Stadium, Thanksgiving) 

1935 (7-2-2) 

St. Johns W 

VPI W 
(Baltimore Stadium) 

North Carolina L 

at V.M.L W 

at Florida W 

at Virginia W 

Indiana L 
(Baltimore Stadium) 

Washington & Lee T 



20-0 

6-7 

0-20 

13-19 

7-13 

0-6 

7-38 

27-7 

33-13 

0-19 



13-0 

0-7 

13-16 

14-9 

21-0 

20-0 
23-0 

14-17 

6-0 

19-0 



39-6 
7-0 

33-0 
6-0 
20-6 
14-7 
7-13 

0-0 



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Nov. 23 

Nov. 28 

Dec. 4 

Sept. 28 



3 

10 
17 
24 
31 
7 



Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Nov. 
Nov. 14 
Nov. 21 
Nov. 26 

Dec. 5 



Sept. 25 



Oct. 

Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 



9 
16 
23 



30 

6 



Oct. 
Nov. 
Nov. 13 
Nov. 20 



Nov. 25 



Sept. 24 



at Georgetown W 
(Griffith Stadium) 

Syracuse T 
(Baltimore Stadium, Thanksgiving) 

Western Maryland W 

1936 (6-5-0) 

St. Johns W 

atVPI W 

at North Carolina L 

at Virgmia W 

Syracuse W 

at Florida L 

at Richmond W 

V.M.I. L 

Georgetown L 

Washington & Lee W 
(Baltimore Stadium, Thanksgiving) 

Western Maryland L 

1937 (8-2-0) 

St. Johns W 

at Pennsylvania L 
(Franklin Field) 

Western Maryland W 

at Virginia W 

Syracuse W 
(Baltimore Stadium) 

Florida W 

at V.M.I. W 

at Perm State L 

Georgetown W 
(Griffith Stadium) 

Washington & Lee W 



12-6 

0-0 

22-7 



pp*t 



, I,, - I,, -- «w "_as"J *- - 
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13-7 

9-7 

14-21 

12-2 

8-0 



Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 



1 



15 



Oct. 22 

Oct. 29 

Nov. 12 

Nov. 19 

Nov. 24 



Sept. 30 



(Baltimore Stadium, Thanksgiving) 

1938 (2-7-0) 

Richmond L 6-19 

at Penn State L 0-33 

at Syracuse L 0-53 

Western Maryland W 14-8 
(Baltimore Stadium) 

Vingnia L 19-27 

V.M.I. L 14-47 

at Florida L 7-21 

Georgetown L 7-14 

Washington & Lee W 19-13 
(Baltimore Stadium, Thanksgiving) 



1939 (2-7-0) 

Hampden-Sydney 



W 



25-0 



1947: Before Byrd Stadium was built, the big games were at Griffith Stadium, 
Washington. The home of baseball's Washington Senators, the field was muddy 
when the Terrapins met the Tar Heels on Nov. 15. 



Oct. 

Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Nov. 



14 
21 
28 

4 
Nov. 11 



Nov. 18 
Nov. 30 



Western Maryland 

(Baltimore Stadium) 

at Vingnia 

at Rutgers 

Florida 

at Penn State 

Georgetown 

(Griffith Stadium) 

at V.M.I. 

Syracuse 

(Thanksgiving) 



1940 (2-6-1) 

Sept. 28 Hampden-Sydney 
Oct. 5 at Pennsylvania 
Oct. 12 Virginia 



W 

L 

L 
L 

L 
L 

L 
L 



12-0 

7-12 
12-25 

0-14 
0-12 
0-20 

14-47 
7-10 



6-7 
0-51 
6-19 



Oct. 
Oct. 



Nov. 
Nov. 



19 
25 



9 
16 



Nov. 21 



Nov. 30 



Sept. 27 

Oct. 4 

Oct. 11 

Oct. 18 

Oct. 25 

Nov. 1 



at Florida L 0-19 

Western Maryland W 6-0 
(Baltimore Stadium) 

Georgetown L 0-41 

V.M.I. L 0-20 

Rutgers W 14-7 
(Baltimoe Sadium, Thanksgiving) 

Washington & Lee T 7-7 

1941 (3-5-1) 

Hampden-Sydney W 18-0 

Western Maryland T 6-6 

Duke L 50-0 

Florida W 13-12 

at Pennsylvnaia L 0-55 

at Rutgers L 0-20 




1949: Virginia Tech lost this fumble; trailing the play are Bob Ward and Jim LaRue. Stan Lavine, present Terrapin team doctor, 
scored three fourth quarter TDs. 



144 



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Nov 8 


Georgetown 


L 


0-26 




1948(6-4 0) 




1950(7-2-1) 








(Griffith Stadl | 






Sept. 25 


at Richmond W 


19-0 


Preseason #15 






Nov. 15 


V M I 


L 


0-27 


Oct. 2 


at Delaware W 


21-0 


Sept. 23 at Georgia 


L 


7-27 


Nov. 20 


Washington & Lee 


W 


6-0 


Oct. 9 


VPI W 
(Griffith Stadium) 


28-0 


Sept. 30 Navy 

Oct. 7 at Michigan State 


W 
W 


35-21 
34-7 




1942 (7-2-0) 






Oct. 16- 


Duke #18 L 


12-13 


Oct. 14 at Georgetown 


W 


25-14 


Sept. 26 


Connecticut 


W 


34-0 


Oct. 23 


George Washington W 


47-0 


(Griffith Stadium) 






Oct. 3 


Lakehurst Naval Air Station 


W 


14-0 




(Griffith Stadium) 




Oa. 21 N.C. State 


L 


13-16 


Oct. 10 


Rutgers 


w 


27-13 


Oct. 29 


at Miami W 


27-13 


Oct. 28 at Duke 


W 


26-14 


Oct. 17 


at V.M.I. 


L 


0-29 


Nov. 6 


at South Carolina W 


19-7 


Nov. 4 George Washington 


W 


23-7 


Oct. 24 


Western Maryland 


w 


51-0 


Nov 13 


North Carolina #6 L 


20-49 


Nov. 11 at North Carolina 


W 


7-7 


Oct. 31 


Kl'Uhl.l 


w 


13-0 


Nov. 20 


at Vanderbilt L 


0-34 


Nov. 18 at West Virginia 


W 


41-0 




(Griffith Stadium) 








(Griffith Stadium) 




Dec. 2 VPI 


W 


63-7 


Nov. 7 


at Duke 


L 


0-42 


Nov. 27 


at West Virginia L 


14-16 








Nov. 14 


at Virginia 


w 


27-12 








1951 (10-0-0) 






Nov. 21 


Washington & Lee 


w 


32-28 




1949 (9-1-0) 




Preseason #16 














Sept. 24 


at VPI W 


34-7 


Sept. 29 at Washrngton & Lee 


W 


54-14 




1943 (4-5-0) 






Sept. 30 


Georgetown W 


33-7 


Oct. 6 George Washington 


W 


33-6 


Sept 25 


Curtis Bay Coast Guard 


L 


7-13 


Oct. 8 


at Michigan State #13 L 


7-14 


Oct. 13 at Georgia 


W 


43-7 


Oct 2 


Wake Forest 


w 


13-7 


Oct. 22 


at N.C. State W 


14-6 


Oct. 20 North Carolina 


W 


14-7 


Oct. 9 


Richmond Army Base 


W 


19-6 


Oct. 29 


South Carolina #15 W 


44-7 


Oct 27 at Louisiana State 


W 


27-0 


Oct. 16 


at West Virginia 


L 


2-6 


Nov. 5 


George Washrngton W 


40-14 


Nov. 3 Missouri 


w 


35-0 


Oct. 23 


Penn State 


L 


0-45 


Nov. 12 


at Boston University W 


14-13 


Nov. 10 at Navy 


w 


40-21 


Oct. 30 


at Greenville Air Base 


W 


43-18 


Nov. 24 


#15 West Virginia W 


47-7 


(Baltimore Stadium) 






Nov. 6 


at Virginia 


L 


0-39 


Dec. 2 


#14 at Miami W 


13-0 


Nov. 17 N.C. State 


w 


53-0 


Nov. 13 


Bainbndge Naval 
Training Squad 


L 


0-46 


Jan. 2 


#14 Gator Bowf Missouri W 


20-7 


Nov. 24 West Virginia 

Jan. 2 #3 Sugar Bowl Tennessee 


w 
w 


54-7 
2813 


Nov. 25 


V.M.I. 

(Roanoke. Thanksgiving) 

1944 (1-7-1) 

Hampden-Sydney 


W 


34-21 








Final Poll "3 






Sept. 29 


L 


0-12 






^ 


^* 






Oct. 7 


at Wake Forest 


L 


0-39 












jM 




(Winston-Salem) 








-,_ - 


g**- 






Oct. 14 
Oct. 21 
Nov. 4 


West Virginia 
Michigan State 
Virginia 


T 
L 
L 


6-6 

0-8 

7-18 




V^^w 




* I V^-^ 







• * 


Nov. 11 


at Michigan State 


L 


0-33 






A J * 






Nov. 18 


at Penn State 


L 


19-34 








^i | A 






Nov. 25 


at Florida 


L 


6-14 


Jgl 




M# m 






Nov. 30 


V.M.I. 


W 


8-6 


Jp ^K^^ ~^W „j 




*^H 








(Roanoke, Thanksgiving) 






* 


^1 




>^^ 








1945 (6-2-1) 






MMV / ^ 






• 




Sept. 28 


Guilford College 


W 


60-6 












Oct. 6 


at Richmond 


w 


21-0 














Oct. 12 


U.S. Merchant Marine 


w 


22-6 














OCT. 20 


atVPI 


L 


13-21 














Oct. 27 


at West Virginia 


T 


13-13 








^^^ ^^^ 






Nov. 3 


William & Mary 


L 


14-33 




^M 










Nov. 10 


VMI 


W 


38-0 




^^d 











Nov. 24 


Virginia 


W 


19-13 














(Griffith Stadium) 












PSKkJr^ 






Dec. 1 


at South Carolina 


W 


19-13 








4 






1946 (3-6-0) 














1 




Sept. 28 


Brainbndge Naval 


W 


54-0 










\ 




Oct. 4 


Richmond 


L 


7-37 






j£ 




w 


Oct. 12 


at North Carolina 


L 


0-33 






« 4L 




^^ 




Oct. 18 


VPI 


W 


6-0 






^9 






* 


Nov. 2 


at Wilham & Mary 


L 


7-41 








'w^^Mfl 






Nov. 9 


South Carolina 


L 


17-21 








^^■^ V 


.^f 


Nov. 16 


Washington & Lee 


W 


24-7 








[H 


m 






(Baltimore Stadium) 












f 




Nov. 23 


at Michigan State 


L 


14-26 


\ 










Nov. 30 


at N.C. State 


L 


7-28 








1 


hJ\ 




1947 (7-2-2) 












^ L-j . * 


^ 


^ 


Sept. 27 


at South Carolina 


W 


19-13 




I ** 




iv Mir 






Oct. 3 


Delaware 
(Griffith Stadium) 


W 


43-19 




.j^fe ^^rt^H 




r % 




V 


Oct. 10 


Richmond 
(Griffith Stadium) 


W 


18-6 




\ flik 










Oct. 18 


at Duke 


L 


7-19 














Oct. 25 


at VPI 


W 


21-19 




i ^^t L 










Nov. 1 


West Virginia 
(Griffith Stadium) 


W 


27-0 










■^ • 




Nov. 8 


at Duquesne 


w 


32-0 










^R 


f^^ 


Nov. 15 


North Carolina 


L 


0-19 
















(Griffith Stadium) 
















Nov. 22 
Nov. 29 


at Vanderbilt 
N.C. State 


W 
T 


20-6 
0-0 


Jan. 2, 


1952: In a smash mouth hit for the 


ages, Maryland's Bill Maletzky stops 




Jan. 1 


(Griffith Stadium) 






Tennessee All-America Harold Payne up the gut. The photo captures the game 




Gatoi Bowl Georaia 


T 


20-20 


nicely; 


undefeated and untied Maryland defeated the previously undefeated and 










untied Vols, 28-13. Tennesse had already been named national champions for 1951. 



145 



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1962: Cole Field House looms large over the Byrd Stadium turf as Dick Shiner, 
known for his passing ability, breaks up a South Carolina pass. The Terps won, 13- 
11 on a last second field goal. 



Preseason #2 
Sept. 20 at 
Sept. 27 



Oct 

Oca; 

Oct 

Oct. 

Nov. 1 

Nov. 15 

Nov. 22 #1 

Final Poll #13 



4 
11 
18 
25 



1952 (7-2-0) 

Missouri 

Auburn 

Clemson 

at Georgia #19 

Navy #20 

Louisiana State 

at Boston Umvensty 
at Mississippi #11 

at Alabama #14 



W 

W 
W 

w 
w 
w 
w 

L 
L 



Preseason 
Sept. 19 
Sept. 26 



Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Nov. 



Nov. 14 

Nov. 21 
Jan. 1 
Final Poll 



1953 (10-1-0) 
(ACC 3-0-0, Co-Champions) 

#19 

at Missouri W 

Washington & Lee W 

#3 at Clemson W 

#4 Georgia W 

#3 at North Carolina W 

#3 at Miami W 

#2 South Carolina W 
#2 at George Washington W 
(Griffith Stadium) 

#2 Mississippi #12 W 

#2 Alabama #11 W 

Orange Bowl Oklahoma #4 L 



1954 (7-2-1) 
(ACC 4-0-1, 2nd) 

Preseason #3 

Sept. 18 at Kentucky W 

#6 at UCLA #4 L 

#13 at Wake Forest T 

North Carolina W 

at Miami #16 L 

at South Carolina W 

N.C. State W 

#17 Clemson W 



Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Nov 
Nov 
Nov 
Nov 



1 

9 

16 

22 

30 

6 

13 

20 

25 



#13 George Wa 
#10 Missouri 



shington W 

W 



Final Poll #8 



1955(10-1-0) 
(ACC 4-0-0, Co-Champions) 

Preseason #5 

Sept. 17 at Missouri W 

Sept. 24 UCLA W 

Oct. 1 at Baylor W 



13-10 
13-7 
28-0 
37-0 
38-7 
34-6 
34-7 

14-21 
7-27 



20-6 
52-0 
20-0 
40-13 
26-0 
30-0 
24-6 
27-6 

38-0 

21-0 

0-7 



24-0 
7-12 

13-13 

33-0 

7-9 

20-0 

42-14 
16-0 
48-6 

74-13 



13-12 

7-0 

20-6 



Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Jan. 



15 

22 

29 

5 

12 

19 

2 



Wake Forest 
at North Carolina 
at Syracuse 
South Carolina 
Louisiana State 
at Clemson 
George Washington 



W 

W 
W 

w 
w 
w 
w 



#3 Orange Bowl Oklahoma #1 L 



28-7 
25-7 

34-13 
27-0 
13-0 

25-12 
19-0 
6-20 



FinaJ PoU #3 

1956 (2-7-1) 
(ACC 2-2-1, 4th) 

Preseason #6 

Sept. 22 Syracuse 

Sept. 29 at Wake Forest 

Oct. 6 Baylor #16 

Oct. 12 at Miami #11 

Oct. 20 at UNC 

Oct. 27 at Tennessee #4 

Nov. 3 Kentucky 

Nov. 10 Clemson #11 

Nov. 17 at South Carolina 

Nov. 22 at NC State 



Sept. 21 
Sept. 28 



Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 

Nov. 



5 

12 

19 

26 

2 



No.v 9 
Nov. 15 
Nov. 23 



Sept. 20 

Sept. 27 

Oct. 4 

Oct. 11 

Oct. 18 

Oct. 25 

Nov. 1 

Nov. 8 

Nov. 14 

Nov. 22 



1957 (5-5-0) 
(ACC, 4-2-0, tie 3rd) 

at Texas A&M #2 

N.C. State 

at Duke #4 

Wake Forest 

North Carolina #14 

Tennessee 

at South Carolina 

at Clemson 

at Miami 

Virginia 

1958 (4-6-0) 
(ACC 3-3-0, 5th) 

at Wake Forest 
at N.C. State 
Clemson #10 
Texas A&M 
at North Carolina 
at Auburn 
South Carolina 
at Navy 

(Baltimore Stadium) 
at Miami 
at Virginia 



L 


12-26 


Oct. 


fi 


W 


6-0 


Oct. 


13 


L 


0-14 


Oct. 


19 


L 


6-13 


Oct. 


27 


L 


6-34 


Nov. 


3 


7-34 




Nov. 


in 


L 


0-14 


Nov. 


17 


T 


6-6 


Nov. 


24 


L 


0-13 






W 


25-14 










Sept. 


21 






Sept. 


28 


L 


13-21 


Oct. 


5 



L 


13-21 


L 


13-48 


L 


0-14 


W 


27-0 


W 


21-7 


L 


0-16 


W 


10-6 


L 


7-26 


W 


16-6 


W 


12-0 


L 


0-34 


W 


21-6 


L 


0-8 


L 


10-14 


L 


0-27 


L 


7-20 


W 


10-6 


L 


14-10 



w 
w 



26-14 
44-6 







1959 (5-5-0) 










(ACC 4-2-0, 3rd) 






Sept. 


19 


West Virginia 


W 


27-7 


Sept. 


26 


at Texas 


L 


0-26 


Oct. 


3 


at Syracuse #20 


L 


0-29 


Oct. 


10 


Wake Forest 


L 


7-10 


Oct. 


17 


North Carolina 


W 


14-7 


Oct. 


31 


at South Carolina 


L 


6-22 


Nov. 


7 


at Navy 
(Baltimore Stadium) 


L 


14-22 


Nov. 


14 


at Clemson #11 


W 


28-25 


Nov. 


21 


Virginia 


W 


55-12 


Dec. 


5 


N.C. State 

1960 (6-4-0) 
(ACC 5-2-0, 3rd) 


W 


33-28 


Sept. 


17 


at West Virginia 


W 


31-8 


Sept. 


24 


Texas #15 


L 


0-34 


Oct. 


1 


Duke 


L 


7-20 


Oct. 


8 


at N.C. State 


L 


10-13 


Oct. 


15 


Clemson #8 


W 


19-17 


Oct. 


22 


at Wake Forest 


W 


14-13 


Oct. 


29 


South Carolina 


w 


15-0 


Nov. 


5 


at Perm State 


L 


9-28 


Nov. 


12 


at North Carolina 


W 


22-19 


Nov. 


19 


at Virginia 


W 


44-12 



Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 



Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Nov. 



NOTE 1961-1967 ONLY 
TOP TEN TEAMS WERE RANKED 



Sept. 23 
Sept. 30 



7 

14 
21 
28 
4 

11 
18 



Nov. 25 



Sept. 22 
Sept. 29 



12 
19 

26 
2 



Nov. 9 
Nov. 16 
Nov. 23 



Sept. 19 
Sept. 26 
Oct. 3 



Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Nov. 

Nov. 14 

Nov. 21 



Sept. 25 



1961 (7-3-0) 
(ACC 3-3-0, 3rd) 

at SMU W 14-6 

at Clemson W 24-21 

Syracuse #7 W 22-21 

North Carolina #10 L 8-14 

at Air Force W 21-0 

at South Carolina L 10-20 

Perm State W 21-17 

N.C. State W 10-7 

Wake Forest W 10-7 

at Virginia L 16-28 

1962 (6-4-0) 
(ACC 5-2-0, 3rd) 

SMU W 7-0 

Wake Forest W 13-2 

N.C. State W 14-6 

North Carolina W 31-13 

at Miami L 24-28 

South Carolina W 13-11 

at Perm State L 7-23 

at Duke L 7-10 

Clemson L 14-17 

Virginia W 40-18 

1963 (3-7-0) 
(ACC 2-5-0, 5th) 

N.C. State L 14-36 

at South Carolina L 13-21 

Duke (at Richmond) L 12-30 

North Carolina L 7-14 

Air Force W 21-14 

at Wake Forest W 32-0 

Perm State L 15-17 

at Navy #4 L 7-42 

at Clemson L 6-21 

Virginia W 21-6 

1964 (5-5-0) 
(ACC 4-3-0, tie 3rd) 

Oklahoma #2 L 3-13 

South Carolina W 24-6 

at N.C. State L 13-14 

at Duke L 17-24 

North Carolina (Norfolk. Va) W 10-9 

Wake Forest L 17-21 

at Penn State L 9-17 

Navy W 27-22 

Clemson W 34-0 

at Virginia W 10-0 

1965 (4-6-0) 
(ACC 3-3-0, tie 5th) 

Ohio University W 24-7 



146 



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Oct. 2 


Syracuse 


L 
















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Oct. 9 


at Wake Forest 


w 


10-7 










Oct. 16 


at North Carolina 


L 


10-12 










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Oct 23 


N.C. State 


L 


7-29 














Oct 30 


at South Carolina 


w 


27-14 






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Nov. 6 


at Navy 


L 


7-19 










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Nov 13 
Nov. 20 


at Clemson 
Virginia 


W 
L 


6-0 
27-33 


















Dec. 4 


Penn State 

1966 (4-6-0) 


L 


7-19 


1 - *L-*- 


* 
-» 


m 






(ACC 3-3-0, tie 3rd) 














Sept 17 


at Penn State 


L 


7-15 










Sept. 24 
Oct. 1 
Oct. 8 


Wake Forest 

Syracuse 

Duke 


W 
L 
W 


34-7 

7-28 

21-19 


il 












Oct 15 
Oct. 29 


West Virginia 
South Carolina 


W 
W 


28-9 

14-2 


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Nov. 5 
Nov. 12 


at N.C. State 
Clemson 


L 
L 


21-24 

10-14 




V 


^SpP^rHt'.'j 


^Vv 




Nov 19 


at Virginia 


L 


17-41 






^i ^ • '■^S^* ^■jV 


EM 


W 


Nov 26 


at Florida State 


L 


21-45 


V 


1 


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1967 (0-9-0) 






I 


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^ 


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(ACC 0-6-0, 8th) 






1 




i 


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Sept. 30 


at Oklahoma 


L 


0-35 






■ H^KiS 




' 


Oct 7 


Syracuse 


L 


3-7 


It 




W.P' 




* *\ 




Oct 14 


N.C. State #9 


L 


9-31 


i 




* 




i \ 




Oct. 21 


at North Carolina 


L 


0-14 




^ 1 


s' \ 




Oct. 28 
Nov. 4 


at South Carolina 
Penn State 


L 
L 


0-31 
3-38 


1968: 


Wally Stainaker intercepts a 


Florida St. pass. 




Nov. 1 1 


at Clemson 


L 


7-28 














Nov 17 


at Wake Forest 


L 


17-35 


Nov. 6 




at Perm State #6 


L 


27-63 


1975 (9-2-1) 




Nov. 25 


Virginia 


L 


7-12 


Nov. 1 


3 


at Clemson 


L 


14-20 


(ACC 5-0-0, Champions) 












Nov. 2 





Virginia 


L 


27-29 


Preseason #17 






1968 (2-8-0) 
















Sept. 6 #17 Villanova W 


41-0 




(ACC 2-4-0, 7th) 










1972 (5-5-1) 






Sept 13 #14 at Tennessessee #20 L 


8-26 


Sept. 21 


Florida State 


L 


14-24 






(ACC 3-2-1, 3rd) 






Sept. 20 at North Carolma W 


34-7 


Sept. 28 


at Syracuse 


L 


14-32 


Sept. £ 




at N.C. State 


T 


24-24 


Sept. 27 #20 at Kentucky T 10-10 


Oct. 5 


Duke (at Norforlk, Va) 


L 


28-30 


Sept. 1 


6 


North Carolina 


L 


26-31 


Oct. 4 Syracuse W 


24-7 


Oct. 12 


North Carolina 


W 


33-24 


Sept. 2 


3 


VMI 


W 


28-16 


Oct. 11 N.C. State W 37-22 


Oct. 19 


South Carolma 


W 


21-19 


Sept. : 





at Syracuse 


L 


12-16 


Oct. 18 #19 at Wake Forest W 


27-0 


Oct. 26 


at N.C. State 


L 


11-31 


Oct. 


7 


Wake Forest 


W 


23-0 


Oct. 29 #18 




Nov. 2 


at Wake Forest 


L 


14-38 


Oct. 1 


4 


Villanova 


W 


37-7 


Nov. 1 #14 Penn State =9 L 13-15 


Nov. 9 


Clemson 


L 


0-16 


Oct. 2 


1 


Duke 


L 


14-20 


Nov. 8 #16 at Cincinnati W 21-19 


Nov. 16 


Penn State #3 


L 


13-57 


Oct. 2 


8 


at Virginia 


W 


24-23 


Nov. 15 at Clemson W 22-20 


Nov. 23 


at Virginia 


L 


23-28 


Nov. t 




at Penn State #10 


L 


16-46 


Nov. 22 #20 Virginia W 62-24 










Nov. 1 


1 


Clemson 


W 


31-6 


Dec. 29 =17 Gator Bowl Florida '13 W 


13-0 




1969 (3-7-0) 






Nov. 1 


8 


at Miami 


L 


8-28 


Final Poll "13 






(ACC 3-3-0. tie 3rd) 




















Sept, 20 


at West Virginia 


L 


7-31 






1973 (8-4-0) 






1976 (11-1-0) 




Sept. 27 


N.C. State 


L 


7-24 






(ACC 5-1-0, 2nd) 






(ACC 5-0-0, Champions) 




Oct. 4 


at Wake Forest 


W 


19-14 


Sept. 1 


5 


West Virginia 


L 


13-20 


Preseason #13 




Oct. 11 


Syracuse 


L 


9-20 


Sept. ; 


2 


at North Carolma 


W 


23-3 


Sept. 11 #13 Richmond W 


31-7 


Oct 18 


Duke 


W 


20-7 


Sept. ; 


9 


Villanova 


W 


31-3 


Sept. 18 #10 at West Virginia W 


24-3 


Oct. 25 


at South Carolina 


L 


0-17 


Oct. e 




Syracuse 


w 


38-0 


Sept. 25 =8 at Syracuse W 42-2 


Nov. 1 


at Clemson 


L 


0-40 


Oct. 1 


3 


at N.C. State 


L 


22-24 


Oct 2 =7 Villanova W 


20-9 


Nov. 8 


Miami (Ohio) 


L 


21-34 


Oct. ; 





at Wake Forest 


W 


37-0 


Oct. 9 -1 at N.C. State W 


16-6 


Nov. 15 


at Penn State =5 


L 


0-48 


Oct. ; 


7 


Duke (at Norfolk, Va) 


w 


30-10 


Oct. 16 =5 Wake Forest W 17-1 


Nov. 22 


Virginia 


W 


17-14 


Nov. : 




Penn State =6 


L 


22-42 


OCT. 23 =6 at Duke W 


30-3 










Nov. 





Virginia 


W 


33-0 


Oct. 30 #5 Kentucky W 24-1 




1970 (2-9-0) 






Nov. ' 


7 


at Clemson 


w 


28-13 


Nov. 6 =6 Cincinnati W 


21-0 




(ACC 2-4-0, tie 6th) 






Nov. ; 


.4 


Tulane =17 


w 


42-9 


Nov. 13 #6 Clemson W 


20-0 


Sept. 12 


Villanova 


L 


3-21 


Dec. ; 


S 


=18 Peach Bowl Georgia 


L 


16-17 


Nov. 20 =6 at Virginia W 


28-0 


Sept. 19 


at Duke 


L 


12-13 


Final P 


ril 


'20 






Jan 1 -A Cotton Bowl Houston =6 L 21-: 


Sept. 26 


North Carolina 


L 


20-53 












Final Poll =8 




Oct. 2 


at Miami 


L 


11-18 






1974 (8-4-0) 










Oct. 10 


at Syracuse 


L 


7-23 






(ACC 6-0-0, Champion: 


) 




1977 (8-4-0) 




Oct. 17 


South Carolina 


W 


21-15 


Presea: 


on 


= 14 






(ACC 4-2-0, tie 3rd) 




Oct. 24 


N.C. State (at Norfolk, Va) 


L 


0-6 


Sept 


4 


#14 Alabama =3 


L 


16-21 


Preseason =10 




Oct. 31 


Clemson 


L 


11-24 


Sept. . 


il 


#14 at Florida 


L 


10-17 


Sept. 10 =10 at Clemson W 21-14 


Nov. 7 


Penn State 


L 


0-34 






(Tampa) 






Sept. 17 =11 West Virginia L 16-24 


Nov. 21 


at Virginia 


W 


17-14 


Sept. , 


!8 


North Carolina 


W 


24-12 


Sept. 24 at Penn State =5 L 


9-27 


Nov. 28 


West Virginia 


L 


10-20 


Oct. 




at Syracuse 


W 


31-0 


Oct. 1 at N.C. State L 20-24 










Oct. 


2 


Clemson 


w 


41-0 


Oct. 8 Syracuse W 24-10 




1971 (2-9-0) 






Oct. 


9 


#18 Wake Forest 


w 


47-0 


Oct. 15 at Wake Forest W 


35-7 




(ACC 1-4-0, 7th) 






Oct. 


!6 


=15 N.C. State =17 


w 


20-10 


Oct. 22 Duke W 31-1 


Sept. 11 


Villanova 


L 


13-28 


Nov. 


> 


=15 at Penn State =10 


L 


17-24 


Oct 29 North Carolina L 


7-16 


Sept. 18 


N.C. State 


W 


35-7 


Nov. 


) 


=14 Villanova 


W 


41-0 


Nov. 5 Villanova W 19-13 


Sept. 25 


at North Carolina 


L 


14-35 


Nov. 


16 


=13 Duke (Norfolk, Va) 


w 


56-13 


Nov. 12 at Richmond W 27-24 


Oct. 2 


Wake Forest 


L 


14-18 


Nov. 


23 


= 11 at Virginia 


w 


10-0 


Nov. 19 Virginia W 


28-0 


Oct. 9 


Syracuse 


L 


13-21 


Dec. 


.6 


=10 Liberty Bowl Tennessee L 


3-7 


Dec. 22 Minnesota W 


17-7 


Oct. 16 


at South Carolma 


L 


6-35 


Final P 


oil 


=13 






Hall of Fame Bowl 




Oct. 23 


at Florida 


L 


23-27 
















Oct. 30 


v:.:: 


W 


38-0 

















147 



Getting the Word Out On Terpassages, 1,025 Games 







1978 (9-3-0) 










(ACC 5-1-0, 2nd) 






Sept. 


9 


Tulane 


w 


31-7 


Sept. 


16 


#20 at Louisville 


w 


24-17 


Sept. 


23 


#18 at North Carolina 


w 


21-20 


Sept. 


30 


#15 Kentucky 


w 


20-3 


Oct. 


7 


#12 N.C. State 


w 


31-7 


Oct. 


14 


#10 at Syracuse 


w 


24-9 


Oct. 


21 


#6 Wake Forest 


w 


39-0 


Oct. 


28 


#5 at Duke 


w 


27-0 


Nov. 


4 


#5 at Perm State #2 


L 


3-27 


Nov. 


11 


#13 at Virginia 


W 


17-7 


Nov. 


18 


#11 Clemson #12 


L 


24-28 


Dec. 


23 


Sun Bowl Texas #14 


L 


0-42 


Final Poll #20 










1979 (7-4-0) 










(ACC 4-2-0, tie 2nd) 






Sept. 


8 


Villanova 


W 


24-20 


Sept. 


15 


at Clemson 


W 


19-0 


Sept. 


22 


Mississippi State 


w 


35-14 


Sept. 


29 


at Kentucky 


L 


7-14 


Oct. 


6 


Perm State 


L 


7-27 


Oct. 


13 


at N.C. State #17 


L 


0-7 


Oct. 


20 


at Wake Forest 


L 


17-25 


Oct. 


27 


at Duke 


W 


27-0 


Nov. 


3 


North Carolina #18 


w 


17-14 


Nov. 


17 


Lousivule 


w 


28-7 


Nov. 


24 


Virginia 

1980 (8-4-0) 
(ACC 5-1-0, 2nd) 


w 


17-7 


Sept, 


6 


Villanova 


w 


7-3 


Sept. 


13 


Vanderbilt 


w 


31-6 


Sept 


20 


at West Virginia 


w 


14-11 


Sept. 


27 


#19 at North Carolina #14 


L 


3-17 


Oct. 


4 


at Pittsburgh #6 


L 


9-38 


Oct. 


11 


Perm State #14 


L 


10-24 


Oct. 


18 


Wake Forest 


w 


11-10 


Oct. 


25 


at Duke 


w 


17-14 


Nov. 


1 


N.C. State 


w 


24-0 


Nov. 


15 


Clemson 


w 


34-7 


Nov. 


22 


at Virginia 


w 


31-0 


Dec. 


20 


Tangerine Bowl Florida 


L 


20-35 


M 




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41 




1974: Bob Avellini and Conredge Holloway, quarterbacks for the Terrapins and 
Tennessee respectively, pose with the Liberty Bowl Trophy. 



1981 (4-6-1) 
(ACC 4-2-0, 3rd) 

Sept. 12 at Vanderbilt L 17-23 

Sept. 19 West Virginia L 13-17 

Sept. 26 at N.C. State W 34-9 

Oct. 3 Syracuse T 17-17 




1984: Bobby DePaul and Tom McHale bring down Pitt quarterback John Congemi in 
a 13-7 victory. 



Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Nov. 



10 
17 
24 
31 
7 



Nov. 14 
Nov. 21 



at Florida 

at Wake Forest 

Duke 

North Carolina #9 

at Tulane 

at Clemosn 

Virginia 



L 
W 
W 
L 
L 
L 
W 



1982 (8-4-0) 
(ACC 5-1-0, 2nd) 

Sept. 1 1 at Penn State #7 L 

Sept. 18 at West Virginia #17 L 

Sept. 25 N.C. State W 

Oct. 2 at Syracuse W 

Oct. 9 Indiana Stae W 

Oct. 16 Wake Forest W 

Oct. 23 Duke W 

Oct. 30 at North Carolina #10 W 

Nov. 7 #19 Miami W 

Nov. 13 #18 Clemson #11 L 

Nov. 20 #19 at Virginia W 
Nov. 22 #16 
Nov. 29 #17 
Dec. 6 #16 

Dec. 25 #16 Aloha Bowl Washington *9 L 
Final Poll #20 

1983 (8-4-0) 
(ACC 5-1-0, Champions) 

Preseason #17 

Sept. 10 #17 at Vanderbilt W 

Sept. 17 #17 West Virginia L 

Sept. 24 Pittsburgh W 

#19 Virginia W 

#16 Syracuse W 

#16 at Wake Forest W 

#15 Duke W 

#13 North Carolina W 

#7 at Auburn L 

# 1 1 at Clemson L 

#20 at N.C. State W 

Citrus Bowl Tennessee L 



Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Nov. 
Nov, 12 
Nov. 19 
Dec. 17 



1 

8 

15 

22 

29 

5 



10-15 

45-33 

24-21 

10-17 

7-14 

7-21 

48-7 



31-39 

18-19 

23-6 

26-3 

38-0 

52-31 

49-22 

31-24 

18-17 

22-24 

45-14 



20-21 



21-14 
21-31 

13-7 

23-3 
34-13 
36-33 

38-3 
28-26 
23-35 
27-52 

29-6 
23-30 



148 



Getting the Word Out On Terpassages, 1,025 Games 




1988: Neil O'Donnell crashes the Georgia Tech line in a 13-9 victory. 



Oct. 


10 


at Miami #3 


L 


16-46 


Oct. 


17 


at Wake Forest 


W 


14-0 


Oct. 


24 


Duke 


W 


23-22 


Oct. 


31 


North Carolina 


L 


14-27 


Nov. 


7 


Penn State #16 
(Baltimore Stadium) 


L 


16-21 


Nov. 


14 


at Clemson #9 


L 


16-45 


Nov. 


21 


at Vanderbilt 

1988 (5-6-0) 
(ACC 4-3-0, tie 4th) 


L 


24-34 


Sept 


3 


Lousiville 


W 


27-16 


Sept 


17 


at West Virginia #12 


L 


24-55 


Sept 


24 


N.C. State 


W 


30-26 


Oct. 


1 


at Syracuse 


L 


9-20 


Oct. 


8 


Georgia Tech 


W 


13-8 


Oct. 


15 


Wake Forest 


L 


24-27 


Oct. 


22 


at Duke 


W 


34-24 


Oct. 


29 


at North Carolina 


W 


41-38 


Nov 


5 


at Penn State 


L 


10-17 


Nov. 


12 


Clemson #16 


L 


25-49 


Nov. 


19 


at Virginia 

1989 (3-7-1) 
(ACC 2-5-0) 


L 


23-24 


Sept 


2 


at N.C. State 


L 


6-10 


Sept 


9 


West Virginia #17 


L 


10-14 


Sept 


16 


Western Michigan 


W 


23-0 


Sept 


23 


at Clemson #7 


L 


7-31 


Sept 


30 


at Michigan #6 


L 


21-41 


Oct. 


7 


at Georgia Tech 


L 


24-28 



Sept. 8 

Sept. 15 

Sept. 22 

Sept 29 

Oct. 6 

Oct. 13 

Oct. 27 

Nov. 3 

Nov. 10 

Nov. 17 



Nov. 24 
Dec. 22 



Sept. 7 

Sept. 14 

Sept. 21 

Sept. 28 

Oct 5 

Oct. 19 

Oct. 26 

Nov. 2 

Nov. 9 

Nov. 16 

Nov. 29 

Dec. 21 



Sept. 1 

Sept. 13 

Sept. 20 

Sept. 27 

Oct. 11 

Oct. 18 

Oct. 25 

Nov. 1 

Nov. 8 

Nov. 15 

Nov. 28 



1984 (9-3-0) 
(ACC 6-0-0, Champions) 

Syracuse 

Vanderbilt 

at West Virginia #18 

Wake Forest 

at Penn State #11 

N.C. State 

at Duke 

at North Carolina 

at Miami =6 

Clemson #20 

(Baltimore Stadium) 

=18 at Virginia 

Sun Bowl Tennessee 

1985 (9-3-0) 
(ACC 6-0-0, Champions) 

«7 Perm State =19 

= 17 at Boston College 

#17 West Virginia 

#17 at Michigan #12 

at N.C. State 

at Wake Forest 

Duke 

North Carolina 

Miami =8 

(Baltimore Stadium) 

at Clemson 

Virginia 

Cherry Bowl Syracuse 

1986(5-5-1) 
(ACC 2-3-1, 5th) 

at Pittsburgh 
Vanderbilt 
at West Virginia 
N.C. State 
Boston College 
Wake Forest 
at Duke 

at North Carolina 
at Penn State =2 
Clemson =15 
(Baltimore Stadium) 
at Virginia 



L 

L 
W 
W 
L 
W 

w 
w 
w 
w 

w 
w 



L 

w 
w 

L 
W 
W 

w 

W 
L 

W 
W 

w 



W 
W 

W 
L 
L 
L 

w 

L 
L 
T 

W 



7-23 
14-23 

20-17 
38-17 
24-25 
44-21 
43-7 
34-23 
42-40 
41-23 

45-34 
28-27 



I never thought I would see the day when there 
would be four tackles on one college football team 
good enough to make the pros. But those Maryland 
kids, the two on offense and the two on defense, 
could nudge our guys on the Rams right out of their 
jobs tomorrow. II 

Red Hickey, scout for the champion Rams of 1952 



1987 (4-7-0) 
(ACC 3-3-0, 5th) 
Sept. 5 at Syracuse 
Sept 12 Virginia 
Sept. 19 West Virginia 
Sept. 26 at N.C. State 




42-10 



L 


11-25 


W 


21-19 


W 


25-20 


L 


14-42 



1988: The seniors tried their best to form an "M" for their photo that ran in their 
final game program. Dan Plocki, all-A.C.C. kicker, is at the point of the letter; 
behind him is all-A.C.C. lineman Warren Powers (making Powers look small is 6-8, 
321 pound guard Ben Jefferson). At the left is J.B. Brown, long-time starter for the 
Miami Dolphins in their secondary. 



149 



Getting the Word Out On Terpassages, 1,025 Games 



Oct. 14 at Wake Forest W 27-7 

Oct. 21 Duke L 25-46 

Oct. 28 North Carolina W 38-0 

Nov. 11 Perm State #13 T 13-13 

(Baltimore Stadium) 

Nov. 18 Virgmia #16 L 21-48 

1990 (6-5-1) 
(ACC 4-3, 4th) 

Sept. 1 Virginia Tech W 20-13 

Sept. 8 West Virginia #25 W 14-10 

Sept. 15 Clemson #16 L 17-18 

(Baltimore Stadium) 

Sept. 22 N.C. State W 13-12 

Sept. 29 at Michigan #6 L 17-45 

Oct. 6 Georgia Tech #23 L 3-31 

Oct. 13 Wake Forest W 41-13 

Oct. 20 at Duke W 23-20 

Oct. 27 at North Carolma L 10-34 

Nov. 10 at Penn State #18 L 10-24 

Nov. 17 at Virginia #8 W 35-30 

Dec. 15 at Louisiana Tech T 34-34 

1991 (2-9-0) 
(ACC 2-5) 

Sept. 7 Virginia W 17-6 

Sept. 14 Syracuse #22 L 17-31 

Sept. 21 West Virginia L 7-37 

Oct. 5 at Pittsburgh #17 L 20-24 

Oct. 12 at Georgia Tech L 10-34 

Oct. 19 at Wake Forest W 23-22 

Oct. 26 at Duke L 13-17 

Nov. 2 at North Carolma L 0-34 

Nov. 9 Perm State #9 L 7-47 

(Baltimore Stadium) 

Nov. 16 at Clemson #15 L 7-40 

Nov. 23 at N.C. State #22 L 23-20 

1992 (3-8-0) 
(ACC 2-6) 

Sept. 5 at Virgmia #25 L 15-28 

Sept. 12 N.C. State #18 L 10-14 

Sept. 19 at West Virginia L 33-34 

Sept. 26 at Penn State #9 L 13-49 

Oct. 3 Pittsburgh W 47-34 

Oct. 10 Georgia Tech #17 L 26-82 

Oct. 17 Wake Forest L 23-30 

Oct. 24 at Duke W 27-25 

Oct. 31 North Carolina #22 L 24-31 




1990: Gene Thomas' second TD catch of the day vs. Virginia Tech provided for a 20- 
13 victory. Thomas had something to jump about in his first Terrapin game. 



Nov. 7 at Florida State #6 L 

Nov. 14 Clemson W 



1993 (2-9-0) 
(ACC 2-6) 

Virginia L 

at North Carolma #15 L 

West Virginia #24 L 

at Virginia Tech L 

Penn State #8 L 

at Georgia Tech L 

Duke " W 

at Clemson L 



21-69 Nov. 6 Florida State #1 L 20-49 

53-23 Nov. 13 at N.C. State L 21-44 

Nov. 20 at Wake Forest W 33-32 



Sept. 


4 


Sept. 


11 


Sept. 


18 


Sept. 


25 


Oct 


2 


Oct. 


9 


Oct. 


16 


Oct. 


30 



29-43 

42-59 

37-42 

28-55 

7-70 

0-38 

26-18 

0-29 




1992: Frank Wycheck ran over, under and through Clemson for 162 yards on 30 
carries to boost the Terrapins to a stunning victory. 



1994 (4-7-0) 
(ACC 2-6) 

Sept. 3 at Duke L 16-49 

Sept. 10 Florida State #4 L 20-52 

Sept. 17 at West Virgmia W 24-13 

Sept. 23 Wake Forest W 31-7 

Oct 1 at Clemson L 0-13 

Oct. 15 at North Carolina #17 L 17-41 

Oct. 22 Georgia Tech W 42-27 

Oct. 29 Tulane W 38-10 

Nov. 5 N.C. State L 45-47 

Nov. 12 at Virginia L 21-46 

Nov. 19 at Syracuse L 16-21 



Sept 
Sept 
Sept 
Sept 
Sept 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 



1995 (6-5-0) 
(ACC 4-4) 

2 at Tulane W 29-10 

9 North Carolma W 32-18 

16 West Virgmia W 31-17 

23 #24 Duke W 41-28 

28 #17 at Georgia Tech L 3-31 

7 at Wake Forest W 9-6 

21 Clemson L 0-17 

28 at Louisville L 0-31 

4 at N.C. State W 30-13 

11 Virginia #14 L 18-21 

18 at Florida State #6 L 17-59 




150 



Getting the Word Out On Rushing and Scoring Leaders 












Rushing (Total Yards) 


Scoring 








Year Player Car-Yds 


Year Player TD 


Xpt 2Xpt 


FG 


Pt 


1947 Lu Gambino 125-904 


1947 Lu Gambino 16 








96 


I'M:: Herbert Werner 101-554 


1948 Harry Bonk 5 








30 


1949 Dick Modzelewski ' 120-589 


1949 Stan Levine 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 Berme Faloney 9 








54 


1954 Ron Waller 66-592 


1954 Dick Bielski 6 


15 


1 


54 


1955 EdVereb 113-642 


1955 Ed Vereb 16 








96 


1956 Tom Selep 62-315 


1956 John Fitsch 3 


1 





19 


1957 TedKershner 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 Anzzi 79-375 


1961 John Hannigan 


17 


5 


56 


1962 Len Chiavenni 156-602 


1962 Tom Brown 6 








38 


1963 Jerry Fishman 116-480 


1963 Darryl Hill 8 


7 





55 


1964 Bo Hickey 182-894 


1964 Bernardo Bramson 


17 


9 


44 


1965 Ernie Torain 93-370 


1965 Bernardo Bramson 


15 


7 


36 


1966 Billy Lovett 98-451 


1966 Billy Van Heusen 7 








42 


1967 Billy Lovett 137-499 


1967 Rick Carlson 2 


4 


4 


28 


1968 Billy Lovett 217-963 


1968 Billy Lovett 8 


1 





50 


1969 Tom Miller 169-629 


1969 Paul Fitzpatnck 3 


2 





20 


1970 Art Seymore 221-981 


1970 Robert Tucker 3 








18 


1971 Monte Hinkle 117-472 


Art Seymore 3 








18 


1972 Louis Carter 119-474 


1971 Kambiz Behbahani 


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 Chailie 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 RickBadanjek 173-832 


1983 Jess Atkinson 


28 


15 


73 


1985 Alvin Blount 171-828 


1984 Rick Badanjek 16 


3 





102 


1986 Alvin Blount 119-517 


1985 Rick Badanjek 12 








72 


1987 Bren Lowery 168-556 


1986 DanPlocki 


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 DanDeArmas 


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 


1994 Allen Williams 129-649 


1993 Jermame Lewis 7 








42 


1995 Buddy Rodgers 158-718 


1994 Joe O'Dormell 


33 


9 


60 




1995 Buddy Rodgers 


2 





46 












Joe O'Dormell 





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151 



Getting the Word Out On Passing Leaders 



Passing (Total Yards) 



Year 

1947 
1948 
1949 
1950 
1951 
1952 
1953 
1954 
1955 
1956 
1957 
1958 
1959 
1960 
1961 
1962 
1963 
1964 
1965 
1966 
1967 
1968 
1969 
1970 



Player 

Vic Turyn 
Vic Turyn 
Stan Levine 
Jack Scarbath 
Jack Scarbath 
Jack Scarbath 
Bemie Faloney 
Charlie Boxold 
Frank Tamburello 
John Fritsch 
Bob Rusevlyan 
Bob Rusevlyan 
Dale Betty 
Dale Betty 
Richie Novak 
Dick Shiner 
Dick Shiner 
Phil Petry 
Phil Petry 
Alan Pastrana 
Chuck Dnmal 
Alan Pastrana 
Jeff Shugars 
Jeff Shugars 



A 

59 

111 

65 

80 

67 

113 

68 

59 

58 

52 

58 

109 

76 

132 

99 

203 

222 

162 

135 

195 

123 

172 

114 

175 



C 

32 
45 
35 
32 
34 
59 
31 
23 
28 
23 
26 
59 
39 
82 
55 
121 
108 
73 
65 
102 
54 
81 
47 
75 



Yds 

504 
595 
554 
463 
675 

1149 
599 
525 
497 
219 
297 
657 
552 
796 
487 

1324 

1165 
809 
763 

1499 
669 

1053 
716 
836 



TD 

6 

10 
6 
4 
8 

10 
5 
6 
4 

3 
2 
9 
6 
5 
4 

10 
5 
3 

17 
1 
6 
3 
3 



Year 

1971 
1972 
1973 
1974 
1975 
1976 
1977 
1978 
1979 
1980 
1981 
1982 
1983 
1984 
1985 
1986 
1987 
1988 
1989 
1990 
1991 
1992 
1993 
1994 
1995 



Player 

Al Neville 
Bob Avellim 
Al Neville 
Bob Aveluni 
Larry Dick 
Mark Manges 
Larry Dick 
Tim O'Hare 
Mike Tice 
Mike Tice 
Boomer Esiason 
Boomer Esiason 
Boomer Esiason 
Frank Reich 
Stan Gellbaugh 
Dan Henning 
Dan Henning 
Neil O'Donnell 
Neil O'Donnell 
Scott Zolak 
Jim Sandwisch 
John Kaleo 
Scott Milanovich 
Scott Milanovich 
Brian Cummmgs 



A 

204 
170 
92 
189 
158 
139 
135 
192 
154 
140 
242 
314 
294 
169 
311 
353 
287 
267 
280 
418 
291 
482 
431 
333 
166 



C 

107 

98 

51 

112 

90 

81 

83 

105 

75 

71 

122 

176 

163 

108 

166 

196 

157 

160 

156 

225 

142 

286 

279 

229 

98 



Yds 

1275 
1251 
554 
1648 
1190 
1145 
1351 
1388 
897 
928 
1635 
2302 
2322 
1446 
2475 
2725 
1835 
1973 
2103 
2589 
1499 
3392 
3499 
2394 
1193 



TD 

10 
7 
4 
7 
8 
11 
5 
4 
5 
5 
9 

18 
15 
9 
15 
15 
9 

12 

10 

10 

6 

17 
26 
20 




Scott Zolak at Michigan, 1990. 



152 



Getting the Woi d Out On Receiving Leaders 



Receiving (Receptions) 
Year Player 

1947 Elmer Wingate 

1948 Elmer Wingate 

1949 Stan Karnash 

1950 Pete Augsberger 

1951 Lou Weidensaul 

1952 Lloyd Colteryahn 

1953 Chet Hanulak 

1954 Bill Walker 

1955 Jack Healy 
Howie Dare 

1956 Bill Turner 

1957 Ed Cooke 

1958 Ben Scotti 
Ron Shaffer 



Rec-Yds 

12-145 

9-32 

16-245 

25-422 

18-249 

32-593 

10-152 

13-209 

10-182 

10-74 

7-74 

14-137 

18-282 

18-141 



TD 

3 
3 
2 
2 

4 
4 

1 
2 
3 


1 
1 



Year 

1959 
1960 
1961 
1962 
1963 
1964 
1965 
1966 
1967 
1968 
1969 
1970 
1971 

1972 



Player 

Gary Collins 
Gary Collins 
Gary Collins 
Tom Brown 
Darryl Hill 
Dick Absher 
Dick Absher 
Billy Van Heusen 
Rick Carlson 
Bernard Demczuk 
Roland Merritt 
Don Ratliff 
Dan Bungori 
Dennis O'Hara 
Don Ratliff 



Rec-Yds 

14-350 
30-404 
30-428 
47-557 
43-516 
22-268 
33-382 
25-536 
24-309 
23-215 
19-499 
26-242 
32-490 
32-423 
36-515 



TD 
4 
4 
4 
4 
7 
1 
1 
7 
2 

2 

8 
2 
6 




Year 


Player 


Rec-Yds 


TD 


1973 


Frank Russell 


39-468 


3 


1974 


Frank Russell 


31-404 





1975 


Kim Hoover 


38-532 


5 


1976 


Charles W 


23-402 


4 


1977 


Eugene Kinney 


32-505 





1978 


Dean Richards 


35-575 


1 


1979 


Jan Carinci 


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 


Azizuddin Abdur-Ra'oof35-671 


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 


Jermaine Lewis 


52-957 


7 


1994 


Geroy Simon 


77-891 


5 


1995 


Jermaine Lewis 


66-937 


3 



A quarterback with 
an enraged turtle bear- 
ing down on him missed 
an open teammate in the 
end zone for the two- 
point conversion that 
would have tied the 
game at, 28-28, with 22 
seconds left. 

Ken Denlinger, 

Washington Post, 1983, 

on Maryland's J.D. Gross' 

pass rush against UNC. 



Frank Wycheck and an incredible grab at Penn State, 1992 



153 



Getting the Word Out On Kickoff and Punt Return Leaders 



Kickoff Return Average 
(minimum 2 returns) 



Year 

1947 
1948 
1949 
1950 
1951 
1952 
1953 
1954 
1955 
1956 
1957 
1958 
1959 
1960 
1961 
1962 
1963 
1964 
1965 
1966 
1967 
1968 

1969 
1970 
1971 
1972 
1973 
1974 
1975 
1976 
1977 
1978 
1979 
1980 
1981 
1982 
1983 
1984 
1985 
1986 
1987 
1988 
1989 
1990 
1991 
1992 
1993 
1994 
1995 



Player 

Lou Gambino 
John Barom 
Bob Shemonski 
Bob Shemonski 
Ed Fullerton 
Dick Nolan 
Bernie Faloney 
Howie Dare 
Frank Tamburello 
Ted Kershner 
Howie Dare 
Bob Gallagher 
Edward Fletcher 
Dennis Condie 
N/A 

Tom Brown 
Darryl Hill 
Ken Ambrusko 
Gary Collins 
Bily Van Heusen 
Paul Fitzpatrick 
John King 
Ken Dutton 
John King 
Larry Marshall 
Larry Marshall 
Jamie Franklin 
Louis Carter 
Louis Carter 
Ricky Jennings 
Kenny Roy 
Don Dotter 
Steve Atkins 
Charlie Wysocki 
Sam Johnson 
Timmy Quander 
Timmy Quander 
Tommy Neal 
Keeta Covington 
Keeta Covington 
Keeta Covington 
Mike Beasley 
Ricky Johnson 
Bren Lowery 
Mark Mason 
Doug Lawrence 
Jermaine Lewis 
Allen Williams 
Jermaine Stewart 
Chad Scott 



Punt Return Average 
(minimum 2 returns) 

Year Player 

1947 Hubert Werner 

1948 John Idzik 

1949 Jim Larue 

1950 Joe Petruzzo 

1951 Bernie Faloney 

1952 Bernie Faloney 

1953 Dick Nolan 

1954 Ron Waller 

1955 Dick Burgee 

1956 Ted Kershner 

1957 Howie Dare 

1958 Bob Rusevlyan 

1959 Gene Verardi 

1960 Jim Davidson 



No-Yds 


Avg 


7-174 


24.9 


5-147 


29.4 


5-136 


27.1 


10-259 


25.9 


3-51 


17.0 


6-180 


30.0 


2-116 


58.0 


2-77 


38.5 


2-78 


39.0 


9-161 


17.9 


6-264 


44.0 


5-113 


22.6 


8-155 


19.3 


10-352 


35.2 


11-284 


25.8 


13-317 


24.4 


9-280 


31.1 


10-270 


27.0 


8-173 


21.6 


3-59 


19.7 


17-382 


22.5 


8-180 


22.5 


10-267 


26.7 


21-469 


22.3 


22-587 


26.7 


11-239 


21.7 


14-312 


22.3 


11-286 


26.0 


8-297 


37.1 


12-252 


21.0 


7-187 


26.7 


8-228 


28.5 


7-96 


13.7 


5-189 


37.8 


5-184 


36.8 


23-530 


23.0 


15-331 


22.1 


25-479 


19.2 


24-556 


23.2 


23-485 


21.1 


14-296 


21.1 


17-388 


22.8 


14-334 


23.9 


11-254 


23.1 


12-245 


20.4 


10-268 


26.8 


30-621 


20.7 


22-410 


18.6 


26-549 


21.1 



Jo-Yds 


Avg 


6-118 


19.7 


10-137 


13.7 


8-138 


17.3 


13-276 


21.2 


2-18 


9.0 


8-109 


13.6 


6-150 


25.0 


13-199 


15.3 


3-37 


12.3 


9-41 


4.6 


10-49 


4.9 


3-25 


8.3 


5-61 


12.2 


16-169 


10.6 



1961 


Tom Brown 


1962 


Ken Ambrusko 


1963 


Gary Miller 


1964 


Richard Nye 


1965 


Ken Ambrusko 


1966 


Bobby Collins 


1967 


Bob Haley 


1968 


Tony Greene 


1969 


Larry Marshall 


1970 


Larry Marshall 


1971 


Larry Marshall 


1972 


Pat Ulam 


1973 


Ken Schroy 


1974 


Ken Schroy 


1975 


Jim Brechbiel 


1976 


Dean Richards 


1977 


Dean Richards 


1978 


Lloyd Burruss 


1979 


Sam Johnson 


1980 


Jap Trimble 


1981 


Mike Lewis 


1982 


Mike Lewis 


1983 


Rick Badanjek 


1984 


Keeta Covington 


1985 


Keeta Covington 


1986 


Mike Anderson 


1987 


Mike Anderson 


1988 


Bren Lowery 


1989 


Bren Lowery 


1990 


Mike Hopson 


1991 


Mike Hopson 


1992 


Richie Harris 


1993 


Orlando Strozier 


1994 


Jermaine Lewis 


1995 


Jermaine Lewis 






8-194 


22.4 


9-167 


13.5 


2-25 


12.5 


3-45 


15.0 


2-27 


18.6 


18-160 


3.8 


8-125 


15.6 


3-21 


7.0 


4-89 


22.2 


28-192 


6.8 


35-375 


10.7 


3-44 


14.7 


10-108 


10.8 


11-206 


18.7 


19-206 


10.8 


11-94 


8.6 


32-192 


6.0 


25-169 


6.8 


12-135 


11.3 


22-164 


7.5 


24-151 


6.3 


7-48 


6.9 


20-223 


11.2 


26-274 


10.5 


16-103 


6.4 


8-124 


15.5 


8-54 


6.8 


17-121 


7.1 


21-213 


10.1 


34-240 


7.1 


17-116 


6.8 


30-154 


5.1 


13-132 


10.2 


9-74 


8.2 


12-152 


12.7 




Larry Marshall is the best kick returner in school history. 



154 



Getting the Woid Out On Tackling and Interception Leaders 

Tackles 



Year 


Player 


1969 


John Dyer 


1970 


Peter Mattia 


1971 


N/A 


1972 


N/A 


1973 


N/A 


1974 


Harry Walters 


1975 


Kevin Benson 


1976 


Brad Carr 


1977 


Ted Klaube 


1978 


Neal Olkewicz 


1979 


Brian Matera 


1980 


Joe Wilkins 


1981 


Mike Muller 


1982 


Joe Wilkins 


1983 


Eric Wilson 


1984 


Eric Wilson 


1985 


Chuck Faucette 


1986 


Chuck Faucette 


1987 


Kevin Walker 


1988 


Scott Sayloi 


1989 


Glenn Page 


1990 


Glenn Page 


1991 


Mike Jarmolowich 


1992 


Mike Jarmolowich 


1993 


Ratclifi Thomas 


1994 


Ratcliif Thomas 


1995 


Ratcliff Thomas 



No. 
99 

113 



173 
149 
157 
186 
188 
159 
131 
107 
119 
178 
160 
144 
151 
172 
119 
111 
102 
153 
110 
106 
137 
103 



Interceptions 



Year 

1947 
1948 
1949 
1950 
1951 
1952 

1953 
1954 
1955 

1956 
1957 
1958 
1959 



1960 
1961 
1962 
1963 
1964 
1965 
1966 
1967 
1968 



Player 

John Idzik 
John Idzik 
Jim Larue 
Bob Shemonski 
Joe Horning 
Bernie Faloney 
Dick Nolan 
Bernie Faloney 
Frank Tamburello 
Ed Vereb 
Dave Nusz 
Bob Rusevlyan 
Howie Dare 
Rod Breedlove 
Jim Joyce 
Victor Schwartz 
George Scott 
Jim Davidson 
Tom Brown 
Tom Brown 
Tom Brown 
Ernie Arizzi 
Bob Sullivan 
Bob Sullivan 
John Hetnck 
Wally Stamaker 
Wally Stamaker 



No-Yds 
5-26 

4-16 

5-103 
4-40 

6-147 
3-90 
3-13 
6-67 

4-140 
4-38 
4-31 
3-15 
4-20 
5-68 
2-27 
2-27 
2-16 
2-21 
3-58 
8-95 

6-122 

4-98 

3-0 

10-61 
4-28 
4-67 
5-71 




Year 

1969 
1970 



1971 
1972 
1973 
1974 
1975 
1976 

1977 
1978 
1979 
1980 

1981 

1982 
1983 
1984 

1985 
1986 

1987 
1988 



1989 

1990 
1991 
1992 



1993 
1994 
1995 



Player 

Tony Greene 
Ted Steiner 
Leonard Massie 
Tony Greene 
Larry Marshall 
Bob Smith 
Jim Brechbiel 
Jim Brechbiel 
Kenny Roy 
John Stanford 
Kenny Roy 
Lloyd Burruss 
Lloyd Burruss 
Ralph Lary 
Lloyd Burruss 
Howard Eubanks 
Lendell Jones 
Howard Eubanks 
Lendell Jones 
Clarence Baldwin 
Eric Wilson 
Chuck Faucette 
Keeta Covington 
Chuck Faucette 
Chad Sydnor 
J.B. Brown 
Irvin Smith 
J.B. Brown 
Glenn Page 
Matt D'Amico 
Eddie Tomlin 
Michael Hollis 
Michael Hollis 
Andre Vaughn 
Mike Jarmolowich 
Scott Rosen 
Gene Green 
Orlando Strozier 
Wade Inge 
Andreal Johnson 



No-Yds 
5-10 
2-51 
2-16 
2-22 
6-131 
7-24 
5-51 
4-55 
4-17 
4-55 
4-11 
3-94 
3-45 
7-102 
3-34 

3-8 
4-15 

4-5 
7-48 

7-5 
2-30 
2-11 
6-94 
3-25 
3-18 
4-71 
2-86 
2-22 
2-22 
2-18 
3-120 
3-16 

3-0 
2-30 
2-24 

2-2 

2-1 
4-63 
3-27 
6-46 




Harry Walters looks tough just running 
back this interception. On a very good 
defensive team, he was number one in 
tackles. 



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SCORING 

Most Total Points Scored by Both Teams 

Game 101, September 11, 1993; Maryland 42, UNC 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 nine regular season games, 1951 
353 in 11 regular season games, 1982 

Fewest Points Scored, Full Season 

Game 0, Numerous Occasions 

Season 39 in nine 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 nine regular season games, 1951 

Most Touchdowns Scored Passing 

Game 5, November 14, 1992 (5 by John Kaleo) 

5, September 6, 1975 (4 by Mark Manges, 1 by Larry Dick) 
5, September 11, 1993 (5 by Scott Milanovich) 
5, September 18, 1993 (5 by Scott Milanovich) 
5, November 20, 1993 (5 by Scott Milanovich) 

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 

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 




Mike Lewis and Maryland had a lot to shout about in 1982 as 
the Terps scored 353 points to tie the school record. 



Most Points After Touchdown Scored 

Game 8, September 24, 1927, Maryland 80, Washington College 
8, November 25, 1954, Maryland 74, Missouri 13 
8, November 16, 1974, Maryland 56, Duke 13 
8, November 22, 1975, Maryland 62, Virginia 24 

Season 45 (39 kicking, 6 passing) in 11 regular season games, 1982 

Most Safeties Scored 

Game 2, October 3, 1947 vs. Delaware 
2, November 9, 1974 vs. Villanova 
2, October 14, 1950 vs. Georgetown 

TOTAL OFFENSE 

Most Total Yards Gained Rushing and Passing 

Game 802, November 22, 1975, vs. Virginia (583 rushing; 220 passing) 
Season 5131 in 11 regular season games, 1992 
(1503 rushing, 3628 passmg) 

Fewest Total Yards Gained 

Game 29, October 3, 1959, vs. Syracuse 
Season 2228 in nine 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 in 11 regular season games, 1993 
(3490 rushing, 2593 passing) 

Fewest Yards Gained Rushing and Passing by Opponents 

Season 1,691 in 10 regular season games, 1955 
(761 rushing, 930 passing) 

RUSHING 

Most Total Yards Gained Rushing 

Game 582, November 22, 1975, vs. Virginia (67 carries) 
Season 2,921 in 9 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 Opponents 

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. Virgmia 
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 



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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 62. November 18, 1995, vs. Florida State 

Season 514 in 11 regular season games, 1992 

Most Passes Completed 

Game 46, November 18, 1995, vs. Florida State 
Season 304 in 11 regular season games, 1992 

Best Completion Percentage (Minimum 10 attempts) 

Game .833, November 4, 1995, vs. N.C. State 

(20 completions, 24 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 in 10 regular season games, 1957 (early records incomplete) 

Best Passing Percentage by Opponent 

Season .611 in 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 Opponent 

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 in 10 regular season games, 1954 

Most First Downs Passing 

Game 19, September 26, 1992, vs. Perm State 

19, September 18, 1993 vs. West Virginia 

19, October 16, 1993 vs. Duke 

19, November 20. 1993 vs. Wake Forest 
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. Vir<|: 

14, October 25, 1940, vs. Western Maryland 
Season 90 in 11 regular season games, 1991 

Most Total Yards Punting 

Game 510, October 24, 1936, vs. Syracuse (10 punts) 

Season 3,615 in 11 regular season games, 1991 

Best Punting Average 

Game 52.7 yards, November 13, 1993, vs. N.C. 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 in 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 rush, 165 pass, 17 penalty) 

Most First Downs by Opponents 

Season 281 in 11 regular season games, 1993 
(156 rush, 104 pass, 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 Jan. 1, 1952) 
34 in nine regulai 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 

PENALTIES 

Most Penalties 

Game 18, December 2, 1950, vs. Virginia Tech 
Season 88 in 11 regular season games, 1982 
88 in 11 regulai 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 

38 in nine regular season games, 1967 

Most Penalties by Opponents 

Game 15, November 15. 1957. vs. Miami (Fla.) 

Season 99 in 11 regular season games. 1992 

Most Yards Opponents Penalized 



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Game 136, September 11, 1982, by Penn 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 Fumbles by Opponents 

Game 8, September 27, 1947, by South Carolma 

8, November 14, 1953, by Mississippi 
Season 40 in 10 regular season games, 1960 (Maryland recovered 19) 

40 in 11 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, Jan. 2, 1950 m Gator Bowl, vs. Missouri 

5, November 18, 1950, vs. West Virginia 

5, November 12, 1960. vs. North Carolina 
Season 23 in 11 regular season games, 1970 

COMEBACKS 

NCAA: Most Points 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 points and 
won the game - called the greatest comeback in NCAA History. 

VICTORIES 

Best Season 

1976 Won 11, Lost 0, Regular Season 

Lost to Houston 30-21 in Cotton Bowl for an 11-1 record 

Worst Season 

1967 Won 0, Lost 9 

ATTENDANCE 

Average Attendance Per Home Game 

46,403 in 1983 in 6 games (old mark 45,657 in 5 games in 1975) 

Average Attendance All Games 

48,255 in 1983 m 11 games (old mark, 44,636 m 12 games in 1976) 




Chet Hanulak's 9.8 yards gained per carry in 1953 is an outrageous accomplishment. He was not pictured often heading for the 
ground. 



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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 Badan]ek. 1982-85 

(46 TD's, 5 conversions) 

Most Points Scored. One Season Including Bowl Games 

Season 114 by Lu 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 Lu 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 Lu Gambino (16 in 1947 plus 3 in 1948 Gator Bowl) 
18 by Rick Badanjek (16 in 1984 plus 2 in 1984 Sun Bowl) 

Most Points After Touchdowns 

Game 8 by Steve Mike-Mayer, Nov. 16, 1974 vs. Duke 

8 by Mike Sochko, Nov. 22, 1975, vs. Virginia 
Season 39 by Jess Atkinson, 1982 (11 regular season games) 
Career 128 by Jess Atkinson, 1981-84 (131 attempts) 

Most Touchdown Passes Caught 

Game 3 by James Milling, Nov. 1, 1986, vs. North Carolina 

3 by Jermaine Lewis, Sept. 18, 1993 vs. West Virginia 
Season 9 by Marcus Badgett, 1992 mil regular season games 
Career 21 by Jermaine Lewis, 1992-95 

Most Touchdowns Responsible For, Run and Pass 

Game 6 by Scott Milanovich, Sept. 11, 1993, vs. North Carolina 

(5 TD passes, 1 TD rush) 
Season 29 by Scott Milanovich, 1993 (26 TD passes, 3 TD rushing) 
Career 53 by Scott Milanovich, 1992-95 (49 TD passes, 4 TD rushing) 




Most Field Goals 

Game 5 by Dale Castro, Sept. 22, 1979, vs. Mississippi State 

Season 17 by Dale Castro, 1979 (21 attern 

17 by Jess Atkinson, 1984 (20 attempts) 

17 by Dan Plocki, 1988 (22 attempts) 
Career 60 by Jess Atkinson, 1981-84 (82 attempts) 

Most Points Scored by a Freshman 

Season 56 by Rick Badanjek, 1982 (9 TD's and 1 conversion pass) 

Most Points Scored by Kicking 

Season 88 by Jess Atkinson, 1984 

Career 308 by Jess Atkinson, 1981-84 (128 PAT's, 60 FG) 

TOTAL OFFENSE 

Most Net Yards Gained Rushing and Passing 

Game 516 by Scott Milanovich, Sept. 28, 1993, vs. Virginia Tech 

Season 3,472 by John Kaleo, 1992 

Career 7, 1 1 1 by Scott Milanovich, 1 992-95 

Most Total Plays, Rushing and Passing 

Game 68 by John Kaleo, Oct. 31. 1992, vs. North Carolina 

(58 pass, 10 rush) 
Season 588 by John Kaleo, 1992 
Career 1,150 by Scott Milanovich, 1992-95 

RUSHING 

Most Yards Gained Rushing (Net) 

Game 240 by Willie Joyner, Oct. 20, 1982, vs. North Carolina 

(16atts) 
Season 1,359 by Charlie Wysocki, 1980 
Career 3,317 by Charlie Wysocki, 1978-81 (39 games, 796 rushes) 

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, Oct. 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, Nov. 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, Oct. 25. 1980, vs. Duke 

100-Yard Rushing Games 

Season 8 by Charlie Wysocki, 1980 

8 by Steve Atkins 1978 
Career 18 by Charlie Wysocki, 1978-81 
In Consecutive Games 

7 by Steve Atkins, 1978 

200-Yard Rushing Games 

Season 2 by Charlie Wysocki, 1979 
Career 3 by Charlie Wysocki, 1978-1981 
In Consecutive Games 

2 by Charlie Wysocki, 1979 



Defending national champion U.C.L.A. was defeated, 7-0, 
behind the heroics of Ed Vereb in 1955. This was a game 
between two national championship contenders — the Terps 
were to go undefeated before losing to Oklahoma in the 
Orange Bowl. 



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PASSING 

Most Passes Attempted 

Game 62 by Scott Milanovich, Nov. 18, 1995, vs. Florida State 
Season 482 by John Kaleo, 1992 
Career 982 by Scott Milanovich, 1992-95 

Most Passes Completed 

Game 46 by Scott Milanovich, Nov. 18, 1995, vs. Florida State 
Season 286 by John Kaleo, 1992 
Career 650 by Scott Milanovich, 1992-95 

Most Yards Gained Passing 

Game 498 by Scott Milanovich, Sept. 25, 1993, vs. Virginia Tech 
Season 3,499 by Scott Milanovich, 1993 
Career 7,301 by Scott Milanovich, 1992-95 

Best Completion Percentage 

Game .909 by Bob Avellmi, Nov. 16, 1974, vs. Duke 

(10 of 11) (minimum 10 attempts) 
Season .687 by Scott Milanovich, 1995 (125-188) 
Career .662 by Scott Milanovich, 1992-95 (650-982) 

Most Touchdown Passes Thrown 

Game 5 by Scott Milanovich, Sept. 11, 1993 vs. North Carolina 
5 by Scott Milanovich, Sept. 18, 1993 vs. West Virginia 
5 by Scott Milanovich, Nov. 20, 1993 vs. Wake Forest 
5 by John Kaleo, Nov. 14, 1992, vs. Clemson 
5 by Scott Milanovich, Nov. 6, 1994, vs. NC State 

Season 26 by Scott Milanovich, 1993 

Career 49 by Scott Milanovich, 1992-95 

Most Passes Had Intercepted 

Game 4 by Scott Milanovich, Oct. 2, 1993 vs. Perm State 
4 by Dick Shiner, Nov. 9, 1963, vs. Navy 
4 by Alan Pastrana, Nov. 12, 1966, vs. Clemson 
4 by Larry Dick, Oct. 29, 1977, vs. North Carolina 
4 by Scott Zolak, Oct. 27, 1990, vs. N.C. State 
4 by John Kaleo, Oct. 17, 1992, vs. Wake Forest 

Season 22 by John Kaleo, 1992 

Most Conversion Passes Thrown 

Career 7 by Boomer Esiason, 1981-83 

Longest Touchdown Pass 

92 yards by Stan Lavine to Ed Bolton, Oct. 29, 1949, 
vs. South Carolina, (pass 15 yards, run 77 yards) 

Longest Non-Scoring Pass 

76 yards by Scott Milanovich to Jermame Lewis, Sept. 11, 1993 
vs. West Virginia 

300-Yard Passing Games 

Season 5 by Scott Milanovich, 1993 
Career 10 by Scott Milanovich, 1992-95 
In Consecutive Games 

3 by Scott Milanovich, 1993 
400-Yard Passing Games 
Season 5 by Scott Milanovich, 1993 

3 by John Kaleo, 1992 
Career 5 by Scott Milanovich, 1992-95 

3 by John Kaleo, 1992 
In Consecutive Games 

3 by Scott Milanovich, 1993 
"no other Terrapin has thrown for 400 yards in a game 



This is the greatest team of 
the era. II 



Red Sanders, UCLA Hall of Fame Coach, after the Terps 
defeated the No. 1 ranked Bruins, 7-0, on Sept. 21, 1955. 




Jermaine Lewis has caught more passes (193) than any 
receiver in Atlantic Coast Conference history. 

RECEIVING 

Most Receptions 

Game 16 by Geroy Simon, Nov. 18, 1995, vs. Florida State 

Season 77 by Geroy Simon, 1994 

Career 193 by Jermaine Lewis, 1992-95 

Most Yards Gained on Pass Receptions 

Game 251 by Marcus Badgett, Oct. 3, 1992, vs. Pittsburgh 

(11 receptions) 
Season 1,240 by Marcus Badgett, 1992 (75 receptions, 11 games) 
Career 2,932 by Jermaine Lewis, 1992-95 (193 receptions, 39 games) 

Most Consecutive Games Catching a Pass 

25 by Azizuddin Abdur-Ra'oof, 1984-86 

100-Yard Receiving Games 

Season 5 by Marcus Badgett, 1992 
4 by Jermaine Lewis, 1995 
4 by Jermaine Lewis, 1994 

4 by Jermaine Lewis, 1993 
Career 15 by Jermaine Lewis, 1992-95 

5 by Marcus Badgett, 1990-92 
In Consecutive Games 

4 by Jermaine Lewis, 1994 
2 by Marcus Badgett, 1992 

200-Yard Receiving Games 

Season 2 by Marcus Badgett, 1992 
1 by Jermaine Lewis, 1995 
1 by Jermaine Lewis, 1993 

1 by James Milling, 1986 
Career 2 by Jermaine Lewis, 1992-95 

2 by Marcus Badgett, 1990-92 

"no Terrapin has recorded consecutive 200-yard receiving games 



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INTERCEPTIONS 

Most Passes Intercepted 

Game 4 by Lendell Jones, Oct. 23, 1982, vs. Duke 
Season 10 by Bob Sullivan, 1965, 10 games (led nation) 
Career 17 by Tom Brown, 1960-62, 30 games 

Most Yards Gained on Interception Returns 

Game 111 by Dick Lewis, Nov. 22, 1956, vs. N.C. State 
Season 147 by Joe Horning, 1951 (6 interceptions in 9 games) 

Longest Scoring Run of Intercepted Pass 

100 yards by Joe Horning, Nov. 3, 1951. vs. Missouri 

(105 actual) 

100 yards by Dick Lewis, Nov 22, 1956, vs. N.C. State 

(103 actual) 

100 yards by Tom Brown, Nov. 24. 1962, vs. Virginia 

Longest Non-Scoring Run of an Intercepted Pass 

89 yards by Kevin Benson. Nov. 10. 1973, vs. Virginia 

Longest Scoring Run of Intercepted Pass by Opponent 

93 yards by Walter Matson of Pennsylvania, Oct. 25, 1941 
PUNTING 

Most Punts 

Game 12 by Steve Adams, Oct. 10, 1981, vs. Florida (466 Yards) 

Season 90 by Dan DeArmas, 1991 

Career 268 by Dan DeArmas, 1988-91 

Most Total Yards Punting 

Game 510 by Bill Guckeyson, Oct. 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, Jan. 2, 1956, Orange Bowl vs. 

Oklahoma (3 punts) 

Season 44.1 by Scott Milanovich in 11 games, 1993 

Career 41.8 by Bill Walker, 1953-55 

Longest Punt 

88 yards by John Fritsch, Oct. 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 from line of scrimmage. 

Longest Punt By Opponent 

84 yards by Charlie "Choo Choo" Justice of North Carolina, 
Nov. 13, 1948 



PUNT RETURNS 

Most Punt Returns 

Game 8 by Larry Marshall, Sept. 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, Oct. 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 Returned For a Touchdown 

90 yards by Dick Nolan, Oct. 3, 1953, vs. Clemson 

Longest Punt Returned For a Touchdown By an Opponent 

100 yards by Frank Brady of Navy, Nov. 10. 1951 

Longest Non-Scoring Punt Return 

67 yards by John McVicker. Sept. 22, 1956, vs. Syracuse 



KICKOFF RETURNS 

Most Kickoff Returns 

Game 9 by Raphael Wall, Nov. 9, 1991, vs. Perm State (159 yards) 

Season 34 by Bren Lowery, 1988 (702 yards, 11 games) 

Most Yards Gained on Kickoff Returns 

Game 182 by Allen Williams, Oct. 2, 1993, vs. Penn State (6 returns) 

Season 702 by Bren Lowery m 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, Nov. 19, 1960 
(102 yards actual). Novak returned to nine-yard line, 
then lateraled to Condie who returned 91 yards. 
100 yards by Kenny Ambrusko, Nov. 7, 1964 vs. Navy 
(101 yards actual). 

Longest Kickoff Return For a Touchdown By Opponent 

98 yards by Doug Thomas of Clemson, Sept. 15, 1990. 

Longest Non-Scoring Kickoff Return 

97 yards by Sammy Johnson, Sept. 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 for 62) 

Longest Field Goal 

54 yards by Steve Mike-Mayer, Sept. 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 

Season 188 by Neal Olkewicz, 1978 
Career 485 by Eric Wilson, 1981-84 

MISCELLANEOUS 

Most Fumbles Recovered 

Game 3 by Tom Gunderman, Nov. 



15. 1957. vs. Miami 




161 



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PASSING 

Most Passes Attempted 



1. 
2. 
3. 
4. 
5. 
6. 



10. 



62 Scott Milanovich vs. Florida State, November 18, 1995 

58 John Kaleo vs. North Carolina, October 31, 1992 

57 Scott Milanovich vs. Virginia Tech, September 25, 1993 

56 John Kaleo vs. N.C. State, September 12, 1992 

55 Scott Milanovich vs. Wake Forest, November 30, 1993 

54 Dan Henning vs. N.C. State, September 27, 1986 

54 Scott Milanovich vs. West Virginia, September 18, 1993 

51 Scott Milanovich vs. Georgia Tech, September 28, 1995 

51 Scott Milanovich vs. Virginia, November 12, 1994 

50 Scott Milanovich vs. North Carolina, September 11, 1993 



Most Passes Completed 



10. 



46 Scott Milanovich vs. Florida State, November 18, 1995 

37 Scott Milanovich vs. Wake Forst, November 20, 1993 

35 Scott Milanovich vs. West Virginia, September 18, 1993 

35 Scott Milanovich vs. Syracuse, November 19, 1994 

34 Scott Milanovich vs. North Carolina, September 11, 1993 

33 Scott Milanovich vs. N.C. State, November 5, 1994 

32 Scott Milanovich vs. Georgia Tech, September 28, 1995 

32 John Kaleo vs. Virginia, September 5, 1992 

32 Scott Milanovich vs. Virginia, November 12, 1994 

31 Scott Milanovich vs. Duke, October 16, 1993 

31 John Kaleo vs. North Carolma, October 31, 1992 



Most Yards Passing 

1. 498 Scott Milanovich vs. Virginia Tech, September 25, 1993 

2. 451 Scott Milanovich vs. West Virginia, September 18, 1993 

3. 418 John Kaleo vs. Clemson, November 4, 1992 

4. 416 Scott Milanovich vs. Wake Forest, November 20, 1993 

5. 415 John Kaleo vs. Pittsburgh, October 3, 1992 

6. 414 Scott Milanovich vs. Duke, October 16, 1993 

7. 405 Scott Milanovich vs. North Carolina, 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 Carolina, November 1, 1986 

Passing Completion Percentage (minimum 10 attempts) 

1. .909 Bob Avellmi vs. Duke (10-11) 1974 

2. .868 Scott Milanovich vs. N.C. State (33-38) 1994 

3. .833 Brian Cummings vs. Tulane (10-12) 1995 
.833 Scott Milanovich vs. N.C. State (20-24) 1995 
.833 Scott Milanovich vs. Wake Forest (10-12) 1994 

6. .806 Scott Milanovich vs. Duke (29-36) 1993 

7. .786 Scott Milanovich vs. N.C. State (22-28) 1993 

8. .777 Scott Zolak vs. Wake Forest (14-18) 1990 
.777 Dick Shiner vs. North Carolma (14-18) 1962 
.742 Scott Milanovich vs. Florida State (46-62) 1995 



10. 



Most Touchdowns 

1. 5 John Kaleo vs. Clemson, November 14, 1992 

5 Scott Milanovich vs. North Carolina, September 11, 1993 

5 Scott Milanovich vs. West Virginia, September 18, 1993 

5 Scott Milanovich vs. Wake Forest, November 20, 1993 

5 Scott Milanovich vs. N.C. State, November 5, 1994 

6. 4 Mark Manges vs. Villanova, September 6, 1975 

4 Scott Milanovich vs. Virginia Tech, September 25, 1993 

4 Scott Milanovich vs. Georgia Tech, October 22, 1994 

9. 3 Scott Milanovich vs. Tulane, October 29, 1994 

3 John Kaleo vs. Pittsburgh, October 3, 1992 

3 Neil O'Donnell vs. North Carolina, October 29, 1988 

3 Dan Henning vs. North Carolina, 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, Ocotober 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 Alan Pastrana 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 



RECEIVING 

Most Passes Caught 



Geroy Simon vs. Florida State, November 18, 1995 
Frank Wycheck vs. Virginia Tech, September 1, 1990 
Russ Weaver vs.Wake Forest, November 20, 1993 
Jermaine Lewis vs. Georgia Tech, September 28, 1995 
Frank Wycheck vs. N.C. State, September 22, 1990 
Jermaine Lewis vs. N.C. State, November 4, 1995 
John Tice vs. Clemson, November 16, 1963 
Marcus Badgett vs. Pittsburgh, October 3, 1992 
Marcus Badgett vs. Wake Forest, October 17, 1992 
Geroy Simon vs. West Virginia, September 17, 1994 
Allen Williams vs. Syracuse, November 19, 1994 



Most Yards 

1. 251 Marcus Badgett vs. Pittsburgh, October 3, 1992 

2. 250 Jermaine Lewis vs. North Carolina, September 11, 1993 

3. 220 James Milling vs. North Carolina, November 1, 1986 

4. 218 Marcus Badgett vs. Duke, October 24, 1992 

5. 205 Jermaine Lewis vs. Duke, September 23, 1995 

6. 188 Russell Davis vs. Perm State, September 11, 1982 

7. 187 Marcus Badgett vs. Wake Forest, October 17, 1992 

8. 184 Marcus Badgett vs. Clemson, November 14, 1992 

9. 151 Azizuddm Abdur-Ra'oof vs. Vanderbilt, September 15, 1984 

10. 145 Jermaine Lewis vs. West Virginia, September 18, 1993 



Average per Reception 



10. 



44.0 James Milling vs. North Carolina (5-220) 1986 

31.3 Jermaine Lewis vs. Georgia Tech (4-105) 1993 
28.0 Lloyd Colteryahn s. Auburn (4-112) 1951 

27.7 Jermaine Lewis vs. North Carolina (9-250) 1993 
26.9 Russell Davis vs. Perm State (7-188) 1982 

26.0 Ben Scotti vs. Auburn (4-104), 1958 

25.4 Pete Augsberger vs. Navy (5-127) 1950 
24.2 Marcus Badgett vs. Duke (9-218) 1992 
24.2 Jermaine Lewis vs. West Virginia (6-145) 

22.8 Marcus Badgett vs. Pittsburgh (11-251) 1992 




Charlie Wysocki's entries in the recordbook are prolific. 



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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 Mancel Johnson vs. North Carolina, September 9, 1995 

2 Jermaine Lewis vs. Wake Forest, September 24, 1994 

2 Jermaine Lewis vs. Georgia Tech, October 22, 1994 

2 Jermaine Lewis vs. North Carolina State, Noveber 5, 1994 

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, 1992 

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 Chiavenni 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. 
2. 
3. 
4. 
5. 
6. 
7. 
8 
9. 
10. 



240 Willie Joyner vs. North Carolina (16) 1982 

237 George Scott vs. Villanova (42) 1977 

222 Charlre Wysocki vs. Louisville (43) 1979 

217 Rick Badanjek vs. Virginia (17) 1984 

216 Charlie Wysocki vs. Duke (49) 1980 

215 Steve Atkins vs. Syracuse (29) 1976 

214 Alvm Blount vs. Clemson (29) 1984 

213 Louis Carter vs. Virginia (29) 1974 

202 Charlie Wysocki vs. Virginia (33) 1979 

197 Steve Atkins vs. Clemson (28) 1979 



Average Per Carry (minimum 10 carries) 

1. 15.0 Willie Joyner vs. North Carolma (16/240) 1982 

14.3 Ralph Felton vs. NORTH CAROLINA State (13/186) 1951 

12.7 Rick Badanjek vs. Virginia (17/217) 1984 

9.9 Ted Kershner vs. NORTH CAROLINA State (13/129) 1956 

9.6 Bob Shemonski vs. Georgetown (10/96) 1950 

9.4 Ed Modzelewski vs. West Virginia (14/131) 1951 
9.2 Ed Modzelewski vs. George Washington (15/138) 1951 
8.54 Ed Vereb vs. South Carolina (13/111) 1955 

8.5 Ed Modzelewski vs. Missouri (12/102) 1951 
8.4 Steve Atkins vs. Richmond (20/169) 1976 



2. 
3. 
4. 
5. 
6. 
7. 
8. 
9. 
10 

Most Touchdowns 

1. 5 Bob Shemonski vs. VIRGINIA TECH., December 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. NORTH CAROLINA State, October 13, 1984 

3 John Nash vs. Wake Forest, October 16, 1982 

3 Steve Atkins 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 Dennis O'Hara vs. Wake Forest, October 4, 1969 

3 Dennis Condie vs. Virginia. November 19. 1960 

3 Jim Joyce vs. Virginia, November 21, 1959 

3 John Forbes vs. Miami (Fla), November 14, 1958 




Ralph Felton's 14.3 yards per carry average in 1951 vs. N.C. 
State was the record until Willie Joyner's wonderful day 31 
years later. Felton here runs against G.W. at Griffith Stadium. 

PUNTING 

Most Punts 



1. 
2. 



Steve Adams vs. Florida, October 10, 1981 
Dale Castro vs. Penn State, October 6, 1979 
Dale Castro vs. Kentucky, September 29, 1979 
Mike Sochko vs. Cincinnati, November 8, 1975 
Greg Fries vs. Syracuse, October 11, 1969 
Greg Fries vs. Clemson, November 9, 1968 
Dan DeArmas vs. Georgia Tech, October 6, 1990 
Dale Castro vs. Clemson, September 15, 1979 
Dale Castro vs. Penn State, November 4, 1978 
Mike Sochko vs. Penn State, September 24. 1977 
Dan DeArmas vs. Georgia Tech, October 12, 1991 
Dan DeArmas vs. North Carolina, November 2. 1991 
Dan DeArmas vs. Penn State, November 9, 1991 



Best Punting Average (minimum 2 punts) 

1. 52.7 Scott Milanovich vs. North Carolma State. November 13, 1993 

2. 52.5 Scott Milanovich vs. Wake Forest, November 20. 1993 

3. 49.0 Scott Milanovich vs. Clemson, October 1, 1994 

4. 47.6 BemieFalony vs. Mississippi, November 15, 1952 

5. 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 Carolma, October 19, 1968 

8. 45.0 Phil Wagenheim vs. Wake Forest, October 19. 1968 

9. 44.3 Mike Sochko vs. Clemson, September 10, 1977 

10. 44.0 GregFnes vs. Flonda State, September 21, 1968 
44.0 Scott Milanovich vs. Virginia, November 12, 1994 

FIELD GOALS Most Attempts 

1. 5 DanPlocki 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. North Carolma State, September 27. 1986 

4 Jess Atkinson vs. Vanderbilt, September 15, 1984 

4 Jess Atkinson vs. North Carolma 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. North Carolma State, September 27, 1986 

3 Jess Atkinson vs. Virginia, October 1. 1983 

3 Ed Loncar vs. North Carolma, September 23. 1978 

3 Steve Mike Mayer vs. Alabama. September 14, 1974 

3 Steve Mike Mayer vs. Villanova, October 14, 1972 

3 Vincent Scott vs. West Virginia. September 19, 1959 



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PASSING 


Most Passes Attempted 


1. 


482 


John Kaleo-1992 


2. 


431 


Scott Milanovich-1993 


3. 


418 


Scott Zolak-1990 


4. 


353 


DanHennmg-1986 


5. 


333 


Scott Milanovich-1994 


6. 


314 


Boomer Esiason-1982 


7. 


311 


Stan Gelbaugh-1985 


8. 


294 


Boomer Esiason-1983 


9. 


291 


Jim Sandwisch-1991 


10. 


287 


Dan Henning-1987 


Most Passes Completed 


1. 


286 


John Kaleo-1992 


2. 


279 


Scott Milanovich-1993 


3. 


229 


Scott Milanovich-1994 


4. 


225 


Scott Zolak-1990 


5. 


196 


DanHennmg-1986 


6. 


176 


Boomer Esiason-1982 


7. 


166 


Stan Gelbaugh-1985 


8. 


163 


Boomer Esiason-1983 


9. 


160 


Neil O'Donnell-1988 


10. 


157 


Dan Henning-1987 


Most Yards 




1. 


3,499 


Scott Milanovich-1993 


2. 


3,392 


John Kaleo-1992 


3. 


2,725 


DanHennmg-1986 


4. 


2,589 


Soctt Zolak-1990 


5. 


2,475 


Stan Gelbaugh-1985 


6. 


2,394 


Scott Milanovich-1994 


7. 


2,322 


Boomer Esiason-1983 


8. 


2,302 


Boomer Esiason-1982 


9. 


2,103 


Neil O'Donnell-1989 


10. 


1,973 


Neil 0'Doonnell=1988 


Completion Percentage (200 attem 


1. 


.667 


Scott Milanovich-1994 


2. 


.647 


Scott Milanovich-1993 


3. 


.599 


Neil O'DonneU-igsS 


4. 


.596 


Dick Shiner-1962 


5. 


.593 


John Kaleo-1992 


6. 


.561 


Boomer Esiason-1982 


7. 


.557 


Neil O'Donnell-1989 


8. 


.547 


Boomer Esiason-1983 


9. 


.544 


Dan Henmng-1987 


10. 


.538 


Scott Zolak-1990 


Touchdowns 


1. 


26 


Scott Milanovich-1993 


2. 


20 


Scott Milanovich-1994 


3. 


18 


Boomer Esiason-1992 


4. 


17 


AlanPastrana-1966 




17 


John Kaleo-1992 


6. 


15 


Boomer Esiason-1983 




15 


Stan Gelbaugh-1985 




15 


Dan Henmng-1986 


9. 


12 


Neil O'DonneU-1988 


10 


11 


MarkManges-1976 


11. 


10 


Al NevUle-1971 




10 


Neil O'Donnell-1989 




10 


Jack Scarbath-1952 




10 


DickShiner-1963 




10 


Scott Zolak-1990 


RECEIVING 


Receptions 




1. 


77 


Geroy Simon-1994 


2. 


75 


Marcus Badgett-1992 


3. 


69 


Russ Weaver-1993 


4. 


66 


Jermaine Lewis- 1995 


5. 


58 


Frank Wycheck-1990 


6. 


56 


Richie Harris-1992 


7. 


54 


Geroy Simon-1995 


8. 


52 


Jermaine Lewis-1993 




52 


Dan Prunzik-1992 


10. 


51 


Greg Hill-1984 



Yards 



1. 


1,240 


Marcus Badgett-1992 


2. 


957 


Jermaine Lewis-1993 


3. 


937 


Jermaine Lewis- 199 5 


4. 


891 


Geroy Simon- 1994 


5. 


820 


Greg Hill-1984 


6. 


689 


Barry Johnson- 1989 


7. 


680 


Dan Prunzik- 1992 


8. 


671 


Azizuddin Abdur'Ra'ooM985 


9. 


650 


James Milhng-1986 


10. 


629 


Barry Johnson- 1990 


Av( 


:rage Yards Per Reception 


1. 


21.0 


Marcus Badgett-1991 


2. 


19.7 


James Milhng-1986 


3. 


19.2 


Azizuddin Abdur'Ra'oof-1985 


4. 


18.8 


Mancel Johnson-1993 


5. 


18.5 


Barry Johnson- 1990 




18.5 


Lloyd Colteryahn-1952 


7. 


18.4 


Jermame Lewis-1993 


8. 


18.1 


James Millmg-1987 


9. 


17.2 


Ferrell Edmunds-197 


10. 


16.5 


Marcus Badgett-1992 


Touchdowns 


1. 


9 


Jermame Lewis- 1994 




9 


Marcus Badgett-1992 


3. 


8 


Dan Bungon-1971 


4. 


7 


Billy Van Husen-1966 




7 


Greg Hill-1982 




7 


Greg Hul-1983 


6. 


6 


Don Ratliff-1972 




6 


James Milling-1986 




6 


Barry Johnson-1989 


9. 


5 


Walter White- 1973 




5 


Kim Hoover- 1975 




5 


Vernon Joines-1987 




5 


Sean Sullivan- 1983 




5 


Russell Davis-1982 



RUSHING 



Attempts 



334 
283 
247 
224 
221 
218 
217 
198 
188 
182 



Yards 



1,359 

1,261 

1,140 

1,039 

991 

981 

963 

908 

894 

894 



Charlie Wysocki-1980 
Steve Atkins- 1978 
Charlie Wysocki-1979 
Louis Carter- 1974 
Art Seymore-1970 
Louis Carter- 1973 
Billy Lovett-1968 
Willie Joyner-1983 
George Scott- 1977 
Tom Hickey-1964 



Charlie Wysocki-1980 
Steve Atkins-1978 
Charlie Wysocki- 1979 
Willie Joyner-1982 
Louis Cater- 1974 
Art Seymore-1970 
Billy Lovett-1968 
Willie Joyner-1983 
George Scott-1977 
Tom Hickey-1964 



Average Yards Per Carry 
(minimum 100 carries) 



10. 



7.2 Lu Gambmo-1947 

5.9 Willie Joyner-1982 

5.9 Alvin Blount- 1984 

5.8 Steve Adkins-1976 

5.7 EdVereb-1955 

5.6 Ralph Felton-1953 

5.5 Tommy Neal-1984 

5.5 Ed Modzelewski-1949 

5.5 Bob Shemonski-1950 

5.2 Hubert Wemer-1948 



mm 








Steve Atkins ran straight ahead, into the recordbook. 



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DEFENSE 




Dan Plocki's form made him a brilliant kicker. 



Rushing Touchdowns 

1. 15 Bob Shemonski-1950 

15 Rick Badaniek-1984 

3. 14 EdVereb-1955 

14 Louis Carter- 1973 

5. 12 Rick Badanjek-1985 

6. 11 Lu Gambino-1947 

11 Charlie Wysocki- 1980 

8. 10 Steve Atkins- 1978 

9. 9 Steve Atkins- 1977 
9 Rick Badanjek-1982 

Punting Average 
1. 

2. 
3. 
4. 

5 
6. 
7. 



10 



43.8 Scott Milanovich-1993 

42.2 Phil Wagenheim-1974 

41.8 Scott Milanovich01994 

41.5 Dan DeArmas-1989 

40.9 Dale Castro-1980 
40.8 Mike Sochko-1977 

40.6 Danyl Wright-1987 
40.4 Mike Sochko- 1975 
40.4 Duey Graham-1970 
40.2 Dan DeArmas- 1 99 1 



KICKING 

Field Goals Attempted 

1. 26 Ed Loncar-1978 

2. 25 Steve Mike-Mayer-1974 

3. 24 Steve Mike-Mayer-1973 

4. 22 Jess Atkinson- 1982 
22 DanPlocki-1988 

6. 21 Jess Atkinson- 1981 

21 Dale Castro-1979 

21 Mike Sochko- 1975 

9. 20 Jess Atkinson-1984 

10. 19 Jess Atkinson-1983 



Field Goals Made 


1. 


17 


Jess Atkinson- 1984 




17 


Dan Plocki-1988 




17 


Dale Castro-1979 


4. 


16 


Jess Atkinson- 1982 




16 


Ed Loncar-1978 


6. 


15 


Jess Atkinson-1983 




15 


Steve Mike-Meyer- 1974 


8. 


14 


Dan DeArmas- 1990 


9. 


12 


Jess Atkinson- 1981 




12 


Steve Mike-Meyer- 1973 




12 


Mike Sochko- 1975 


SCORING 


Points Scored 


1. 


102 


Rick Badanjek-1984 


2. 


97 


Bob Shemonski— 1950 


3. 


96 


Lu Gambino-1947 




96 


Ed Vereb-1955 


5. 


88 


Jess Atkinson- 1984 


6. 


87 


Jess Atkinson- 1982 


7. 


84 


Louis Carter-1973 


8. 


79 


Steve Mike-Meyer-1974 


( i 


78 


Dan Plocki-1988 


10. 


73 


Jess Atkinson- 1983 




73 


Ed Loncar-1978 



TOTAL OFFENSE 



Yards 



1. 


3,472 


John Kaleo-1992 


2. 


3.437 


Scott Milanovich-1993 


3. 


2.681 


Dan Henmng-1986 


4. 


2.392 


Scott Zolak-1990 


5 


2.385 


Stan gelbaugh-1985 


6. 


2.290 


Boomer Esiason-1983 


7. 


2.231 


Boomer Esiason-1982 


8 


2.139 


Neil O'DonneU-1988 


g 


2.059 


Neil O'Donnell-1989 


10 


1.782 


Dan Henning-1987 



NealOlkewicz-1978 
Ted Klaube-1977 
Eric Wilson-1983 
Harry Walters-1974 
Kevin Walker-1987 
Eric Wilson-1984 
Brian Matera-1979 
Brad Carr-1976 
Mike Jarmolowich-1991 
Chuck Faucette-1986 
Bruce Palmer-1978 



Mark Duda-1982 
Bruce Palmer-1978 
Randy White-1974 
Charles Johnson- 1978 
Bruce Mesner-1985 
Mike Corvino- 1981 
Marlin Van Horn- 1978 
Gummest Brown-1981 
Jack Bradford- 1980 
Ernie Salley-1975 




£ The spectators stiffen 
and stare, as if a current 
had been unleashed in 
the stands, at the antics 
of the yardage-happy 
Hanulak. II 



Shirley Povich, 

Washington Post, 1953, 

on Terp runningback 

Chet Hanulak's 9.8 yards 

per carry average. 



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PASSING 




RECEIVING 


Touchdowns 






Receptions 


1. 21 


Jermaine Lewis (1992-95) 


Most Passes Attempted 


1. 193 Jermaine Lewis (1992-95) 


2. 18 


Greg HiU (1982-84) 


1. 982 


Scott Milanovich (1992-95) 


2. 150 Geroy Simon (1993-Present) 


3. 12 


Gary CoUins (1959-61) 


2. 850 


Boomer Esiason (1981-83) 


3. 134 Frank Wycheck (1990-92) 


4. 11 


Barry Johnson (1987-90) 


3. 658 


Neil O'DonneU (1987-89) 


4. 108 Azizuddin Abdur'Ra'oof ( 1984-87) 


11 


Marcus Badgett (1990-92) 


4. 641 


Dan Henning (1985-87) 


5. 106 Barry Johnson (1987-90) 


6. 10 


Azizuddin Abdur'Ra'oof (1984-87) 


5. 537 


John Kaleo (1991-92) 


6. 101 FerreU Edmunds (1984-87) 


10 


FerreU Edmunds (1984-87) 


6. 536 


Dick Shiner (1961-63) 


7. 100 Frank RusseU (1972-74) 


8. 9 


Mancel Johnson (1993-Present) 


7. 509 


Scott Zolak (1988-90) 


1 00 Marcus Badgett ( 1 990-92) 


9 


Vemon Jomes (1985-88) 


8. 454 


Stan Gelbaugh (1981-85) 


9. 97 Greg HiU (1982-84) 


10 8 


RusseU Davis (1981-83) 


9. 402 


Al Neville (1971-73) 


10. 89 Bren Lowery (1986-89) 


8 


Walter White (1973-74) 


10. 394 


Bob Avellim (1972-74) 


Yards 


8 


Lou Weidensaul (1950-52) 


Most Passes Completed 


1. 2,932 Jermaine Lewis (1992-95) 


RUSHING 


1. 650 


Scott Milanovich (1992-95) 


2. 1,895 Azizuddin Abdur'Ra'oof (1984-87) 






2. 461 


Boomer Esiason (1981-83) 


3. 1,748 Marcus Badgett (1990-92) 


Attempts 


3. 387 


Neil O'Donnell (1987-89) 


4. 1,721 Greg HiU (1982-84) 


1. 769 


Charlie Wysocki (1978-81) 


4. 353 


Dan Henning (1985-87) 


1,721 Barry Johnson (1987-90) 


2. 628 


Louis Carter (1971-74) 


5. 305 


John Kaleo (1991-92) 


6. 1,641 FerreU Edmunds (1984-87) 


3. 625 


Steve Atkins (1975-78) 


6. 287 


Dick Shiner (1961-63) 


7. 1,525 Geroy Simon (1993-Present) 


4. 521 


Rick Badanjek (1982-85) 


7. 270 


Scott Zolak (1988-90) 


8. 1,446 James Milling ( 1984-87) 


5. 452 


BiUyLovett (1966-68) 


8. 244 


Stan Geibaugh (1981-85) 


9. 1,408 RusseU Davis (1981-83) 


6. 437 


Art Seymore (1970-72) 


9. 231 


Bob Avellim (1972-74) 


10. 1,344 Frank RusseU (1972-74) 


437 


WiUie Joyner (1980-83) 


10. 217 


Al Neville (1971-73) 




8. 426 


Alvin Blount (1983-86) 






Average Per Reception 


9. 402 


Bren Lowery (1986-89) 


Most Yards 




1. 19.1 BUly Van Heusen (1965-67) 


10. 379 


Mark Mason (1999-93) 


1. 7,301 


Scott Milanovich (1992-95) 


2. 18.9 Lloyd Colteryahn (1950-52) 






2. 6,259 


Boomer Esiason (1981-83) 


3. 18.1 James MUling (1981-84) 


Yards 




3. 4,984 


Neil O'DonneU (1987-89) 


4. 17.7 Greg Hul (1982-84) 


1 3,317 


Charlie Wysocki (1978-81) 


4. 4,560 


Dan Henning (1985-87) 


5. 17.5 Azizuddin Abdur'Ra'off (1984-87) 


2. 2,971 


Steve Atkins (1975-78) 


5. 3,660 


John Kaleo (1991-92) 


6. 17.48 Marcus Badgett (1990-92) 


3. 2,674 


Louis Carter (1971-74) 


6. 3,958 


Stan Geibaugh (1981-85) 


7. 17.2 RusseU Davis (1981-83) 


4. 2,417 


Rick Badanjek (1982-85) 


7. 3,410 


Dick Shiner (1961-63) 


8. 17 1 Bobby Collins ( 1964-66) 


5. 2,158 


Alvin Blount (1983-86) 


8. 3,222 


Bob Avellini (1972-74) 


9. 16.2 FerreU Edmunds (1984-87) 


6 2,140 


Wulie Joyner (1980-83) 


9. 3,124 


Scott Zolak (1988-90) 


10. 16.2 Barry Johnson (1987-90) 


7. 1,913 


BiUy Lovett (1966-68) 


10. 2,601 


Larry Dick (1975, 77) 


K^^i 


8. 1,807 

9. 1,656 


Mark Mason (1990-93) 
Art Seymore (1970-72) 


Completion Percentage 


W~& *y 


10. 1,571 


Alvin Maddox (1975-78) 


1. .662 (650-982) 


Scott Milanovich (1992-95) 








2. .629 (132-210) 


Frank Reich (1983-84) 


\ 


Touchdowns 


3. .590 (231-394) 


Bob Avellim (1972-74) 


IrjP^^ ^^ 


1. 44 


Rick Badanjek (1982-85) 


4. .588 (180-306) 


Larry Dick (1975, 77) 


2. 31 


Steve Atkins (1975-78) 


5. .588 (387-658) 


Neil O'DonneU (1987-89) 




3. 28 


Louis Carter (1971-74) 


6. .582 (127-218) 


Dale Betty (158-60) 


4. 26 


Charlie Wysocki (1978-81) 


7. .571 (52-91) 


Ben Kmard (1973-74) 


5. 18 


Tommy Neal ( 1983-86) 


8. .568 (305-537) 


John Kaleo (1991-92) 




6. 16 


Chet Hanulak (1951-53) 


9. .553 (251-454) 


Stan Geibaugh (1981-85) 


^^ >>y 


7. 14 


Alvin Maddox (1975-78) 


10.. 551 (353-641) 


Dan Henning (1985-87) 


/T^ 


8. 12 

9. 11 


Alvin Blount (1983-86) 
WiUie WUson (1974-76) 


Touchdowns 




Ss 


11 


Ed FuUerton (1950-52) 


1. 49 


Scott MUanovich (1992-95) 


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2. 42 


Boomer Esiason 91981-83) 


m-mJ' j£-_^4 £ 


PUNTING 


3. 26 


NeU O'DonneU (1987-89) 


fk JKflfeL' 


Punts 




4. 24 


Dan Henning (1985-87) 


II 4 k ' k ; 


1. 268 


Dan DeArmas (1988-91) 


5. 23 


Alan Pastrana (1966, 68) 


1 1 ^^ 1 m 


2. 224 


Dale Castro (1978-80) 


6. 22 


JackScarbath (1950-52) 


m v ml m 


3. 209 


DarreU Wright (1984-87) 


7. 21 


Dick Shiner (1961-63) 


1 1 v ml 


4. 169 


Mike Sochko (1975-77) 


8. 20 


Stan Geibaugh (1981-85) 


w >1l a^ 


5. 168 


Greg Fries (1968-70) 


9. 18 


John Kaleo (1991-92) 


W /^IlIB 


6. 142 


Howard Humphries (1963-65) 


10. 


Al Nevule (1971-73) 


^^'"^JgsSH^'W*.* ,i-* ^^W 


7. 133 


Scott MUanovich (1992-95) 






^J*^ - ^ ,. 


8. 132 

9. 113 


Alan Sadler (1982-83) 
Gary Collins (1959-61) 


Billy Van Heusen 's speed and shiftiness 






accounts for the best average per catch 


10. 106 


Phil Wagenheim (1973-74) 






in school history. 







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Scott Milanovich is among the all-time 
school leaders in passing and punting. 



Yards 



1. 


10,627 


2. 


8,548 


3. 


8,389 


4. 


6,789 


5. 


6,696 


6. 


5.509 


7. 


5,290 


8. 


5,125 


9. 


4,205 


10. 


4,138 


Average 


1. 


41.8 


2. 


41.4 


3. 


40.7 


4. 


40.4 


5. 


40.2 


6. 


40.1 


7. 


39.9 


8. 


39.7 


9. 


39.6 


10 


38.8 



Dan DeArmas (1988-91) 
Dale Castro (1978-80) 
Darrell Wnght (1984-87) 
Mike Sochko (1975-77) 
Greg Fries (1968-70) 
Scott Milanovich (1992-95) 
Howard Humphries (1963-65) 
Alan Sadler (1982-83) 
Gary Collins (1959-60) 
Phil Wagenheim (1973-74) 



Bill Walker (1953-55) 
Scott Milanovich (1992-95) 
Phil Wagenheim (1973-74) 
Duey Graham (1970) 
Mike Sachko (1975-77) 
Darrel Wright (1984-87) 
Greg Fries (1968-70) 
Dan DeArmas (1988-91) 
Billy Van Heusen (1965-67) 
Alan Sadler (1982-83) 



Field Goals Made 



KICKING 

Field Goals Attempted 



1. 


82 


Jess Atkinson (1981-84) 


2. 


71 


Steve Mike-Meyer (1972-74) 


3. 


63 


Dan Plocki (1985-88) 


4. 


43 


Dan DeArmas (1988-91) 


5. 


41 


Ed Loncar (1976-78) 


6. 


39 


Dale Castro (1979-80) 


7. 


39 


Bernardo Bramson (1964-66) 


8. 


36 


John Hanmgan (1960-62) 


9. 


28 


Mike Sochko (1975-76) 


10 


19 


Kambiz Behbahani (1970-71) 



1, 


60 


2. 


47 


3. 


37 


4, 


32 


5. 


27 


6. 


22 


7. 


22 


8. 


18 


9. 


17 


10. 


12 



Scoring 

1. 308 



2. 


286 


3. 


233 


4. 


203 


5. 


192 


6. 


162 


7. 


158 




158 


9. 


152 


10. 


126 


TOTAL 


1, 


7,111 


2. 


6,081 


3. 


5,060 


4. 


4,483 


5. 


3,686 


6. 


3,569 


7. 


3,533 


8. 


3,423 


9. 


3,285 


10. 


3,107 



Jess Atkinson (1981-84) 
Dan Plocki (1985-88) 
Steve Mike-Meyer (1972-74) 
Dan DeArmas (1988-91) 
Dale Castro (1979-80) 
Ed Loncar (1976-78) 
John Hannigan (1961-62) 
Bernardo Bramson (1964-66) 
Mike Sochko (1975-76) 
Kambiz Behbahani (1970-71) 



Jess Atkinson (1981-84) 
Rick Badanjek (1982-85) 
Dan Plocki (1985-88) 
Steve Mike-Meyer (1972-74) 
Steve Atkins (1975-78) 
Louis Carter (1972-74) 
Charlie Wysocki (1978-81) 
Dan DeArmas (1988-91) 
Jermaine Lewis (1992-95) 
Ed Modzelewski (1949-51) 

OFFENSE 

Scott Milanovich (1992-95) 
Boomer Esiason (1981-83) 
Neil O'Donnell (1987-89) 
Dan Henning (1985-87) 
John Kaleo (1991-92) 
Stan Gelbaugh (1981-85) 
Dick Shiner (1961-63) 
Charlie Wysocki (1978-81) 
Bob AveUmi (1982-85) 
Rick badanjek (1982-85) 



DEFENSE 
Tackles 

1. 481 Eric Wilson (1981-84) 

2. 466 Chuck Faucette (1983-86) 

3. 414 Mike Jarmolowich ( 1989-92) 

4. 386 Bradd Can (1974-77) 

5. 382 Scott Saylor (1987-89) 

6. 351 Bruce Palmer (1976-78) 

7. 347 Ratchff Thomas (1993-Present) 
7. 347 Mike Corvino (1979-82) 

9. 344 Ted Klaube (1975-77) 

10. 330 Kevin Walker (1985-87) 



Interceptions 



17 

15 

14 

13 

13 

10 

10 

10 

9 

9 

9 

9 

9 



Sacks 



5 



24 
19 
19 

14 

18 
18 

7. 17 

8. 15 
15 

10 14 



Tom Brown (1960-62) 
Bob Smith (1972-74) 
Lendell Jones (1981-83) 
Ken Schroy (1972-74) 
Bob Sullivan (1963-65) 
Howard Eubanks (1979-82) 
Lloyd Burruss (1976-80) 
Ralph Lary (1977-80) 
Eric Wilson (1980-84) 
Clarence Baldwin (1981-83) 
Jim Brechiel (1973-75) 
Wally Stainaker (1967-69) 
Keeta Covington (1983-86) 



Mike Corvino (1979-82) 
Mark Duda (1979-82) 
Bruce Palmer (1976-78) 
Charles Johnson (1976-78) 
Bruce Mesner (1983-86) 
Gumest Brown (1979-82) 
Joe Campbell (1973-76) 
Jack Bradford (1987-90) 
Ernie Salley (1974-77) 
Marlin Van Horn (1977-78, 80) 




Mike Corvino sacked more quarterbacks than any player at Maryland 



167 



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The Last Time In Terrapin History 



KICKOFF RETURNED FOR A 
TOUCHDOWN- November 5, 1994. 
Flanker Geroy Simon returned a 
kickoff 94 yards for a touchdown in a 
47-45 Terp loss to N.C. State in Byrd 
Stadium. It was the first kickoff 
returned for a touchdown by a 
Maryland player since the 1981 
season. 

KICKOFF RETURNED 100 YARDS 
FOR A TOUCHDOWN - Nov. 7 1964. 
Kenny Ambrusko, who earned three 
varsity letters at Maryland, returned 
a kickoff 100 yards for a touchdown 
in a 27-22 Terrapin victory over 
Navy. 

BLOCKED PUNT RETURNED FOR A 
TOUCHDOWN- Oct. 10, 1992. True 
freshmen Jermaine Lewis returned a 
blocked punt for a touchdown vs. 
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 Nov. 4, 1995. 
Jermaine Lewis returned a punt 66 
yards for a third quarter touchdown 
versus N.C. State. The ensumg PAT 
gave Maryland a 17-10 lead on its 
way to a 30-13 victory at Carter 
Finley Stadium m Raleigh, N.C. 

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, their 
largest winning margm m seven 
seasons. 

FUMBLE RETURNED FOR A 
TOUCHDOWN- Oct. 29, 1994. 
Linebacker Ratcliff Thomas returned 
a fumble seven yards for a 
touchdown versus Tulane in Byrd 
Stadium. The touchdown and 
ensuing PAT gave Maryland a 28-3 
third quarter lead. The Terps won 
that homecoming game, 38-10. 

RECORDED A SAFETY ■ Oct 10 
1992. Defensive lineman Sharrod 
Mack sacked Georgia Tech 
quarterback Shawn Jones causing 
Jones to fumble the ball in the end 
zone. Michael Cheever recovered the 
ball in the end zone for Tech, which 
was then ruled a safety for 
Maryland. Georgia Tech won the 
game 28-26. 

RECOVERED TWO FUMBLES IN A 
GAME- Sept. 16 ,1995. Linebacker 
Ratcliff Thomas recovered two 
fumbles as Maryland defeated West 
Virginia, 31-17, in a game played in 
the ram at Byrd Stadium. 

SHUTOUT AN OPPONENT - Oct. 28 
1989. Maryland blanked Noi b 
Carolina 38-0, for the Terps largest 
winning margin since the 1983 



season. The shutout win was the 
Terps largest since a 28-0 victory 
over West Virginia durmg the 1985 
season. The Terp defense forced the 
Tar Heels into nine turnovers and 
only 219 total yards of offense. 

FIVE TOUCHDOWNS IN A GAME - 

Nov. 7 1950. Bob Shemonski scored 
five touchdowns m a 63-7 victory 
over Georgia Tech. 

FOUR TOUCHDOWNS IN ONE 
GAME- Nov. 4, 1995. Jermame 
Lewis scored four touchdowns 
versus N.C. State as the Terps won 
at Carter-Finley Stadium, 30-13. He 
scored two rushing touchdowns in 
the fourth quarter, scoring on 
double reverse for a 14-yard score 
and a pitch from quarterback Scott 
Milanovich for a 13-yard score. He 
also caught a nine-yard pass from 
Milanovich in the third quarter and 
on a punt return. 

TWO TOUCHDOWNS IN ONE 
GAME- Nov. 5, 1994. Wide receiver 
Jermame Lewis scored two 
touchdowns versus N.C. State in 
Byrd Stadium. The first came on a 
five yard pass from quarterback 
Scott Milanovich m the first quarter 
and the second on a 27 yard pass 
from Milanovich in the second 
quarter. N.C. State won the game 
on a field goal with six seconds 
remammg in the game, 47-45. 

MISSED POINT AFTER 
TOUCHDOWN- Nov. 4, 1995. Kicker 
Brad Rhodes missed an extra point 
attempt in the fourth quarter of the 
Terps 30-13 victory over N.C. State 
in Carter-Finley Stadium. 

FIELD GOAL OF 50 YARDS OR 
MORE - 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 to put the Terps up 
10-7. Duke mounted a 10 point 
second half come back to gain a 17- 
13 victory. 

THREE FIELD GOALS IN ONE 
GAME - Sept. 16, 1989. Dan 
DeArmas kicked three field goals 
despite a dnvmg ram storm durmg 
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 
Grooves Stadium. 

FIVE FIELD GOALS IN ONE GAME 

Sept. 22 1979. Dale Castro booted 
five field goals in a 35-14 victory 
over Mississippi in Byrd Stadium. 



The Last Time In Terrapin Opponents' History 



KICKOFF RETURNED FOR A 
TOUCHDOWN- November 12, 1994. 
Defensive back Joe Crocker of 
Virginia returned an on-sides kick 46 
yards for a touchdown in the fourth 
quarter of the Cavaliers 46-21 victory 
over Maryland m Scott Stadium. 

BLOCKED PUNT RETURNED FOR A 
TOUCHDOWN - Oct 31, 1987. 
Noms Davis of North Carolina 
picked up a blocked punt and 
returned it 26 yards for a Tar Heel 
touchdown m 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 scoring for the day. 

INTERCEPTION RETURNED FOR A 
TOUCHDOWN - Sept. 16, 1995. 
Aaron Beasley, a West Virginia 
defensive back, intercepted a Brian 
Cummings pass and returned it 49 
yards for a touchdown. The score 
came durmg the second quarter of 
Maryland's 31-17 victory in Byrd 
Stadium. 

RECORDED A SAFETY AGAINST 
MARYLAND - Oct. 2, 1993 versus 
Penn State. The snap to Scott 
Milanovich in the end zone goes 
wide and Penn State records a 
safety. 

SHUTOUT MARYLAND - Oct. 21, 
1995. Maryland was shutout by 
Clemson, 17-0, at Byrd Stadium. 

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 third 
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. 12, 1995. Three 
different Florida State players scored 
two touchdowns each as the 
Seminoles defeated the Terps, 59-17, 
at Doak Campbell Stadium in 
Tallahassee, Fla. Warrick Dunn 
scored rushing touchdowns of 24 
and nine-yards; Pooh Bear Williams 
scored on a pair of one-yard runs 
and Andre Cooper caught scoring 
passes of 53 and four yards. 

MISSED POINT AFTER 
TOUCHDOWN - Sept. 28, 1995 
Georgia Tech's Brian Chambers 
missed a point after touchdown 
during the second quarter of the 



Yellow Jackets 31-3 victory over the 
Terps at Bobby Dodd Stadium m 
Atlanta. 

FIELD GOAL OF 50 OR MORE 
YARDS- Nov. 14 1992. Nelson 
Welch of Clemson connected from 52 
yards durmg a 52-23 Maryland 
victory at Bryd 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. 

FOUR FIELD GOALS IN ONE GAME 

- Nov. 5, 1994. N.C. State's Steve 
Videtich was a perfect four-four on 
field goals as the Wolfpack defeated 
Maryland, 47-45. His fourth field 
goal six seconds remaining in the 
game gave N.C. State the victory. 

THREE FIELD GOALS IN ONE 
GAME -Nov. 13 1993. N.C. State's 
Steve Videtich hit from 21, 25, 44 
yards as the Wolfpack defeated the 
Terps, 44-21. 

TWO FIELD GOALS IN ONE GAME - 

Nov. 11, 1995 Rafael Garcia of 
Virginia kicked field goals of 22 and 
41 yards in Byrd Stadium. The 
Cavaliers defeated the Terps, 21-18. 




Mike Thomas is happy about 
his Carolina TD in 1989. 



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1995 All-A.C.C. Jermaine Lewis 

Wide Receiver 5-8 172 
Lanham, Md. Family Studies 

Career Thumbnail 

39 games played 

152 points scored 

3,713 all-purpose yards 

193 receptions (4.95 receptions per game) 

2,932 yards (75.18 receiving yards per game) 

25 touchdowns (.641 TDs per game) 

22 kickoffs returned for 428 yards 

22 punts returned for 278 yards. 2 TDs 

selected to play m Blue-Gray game 

Career Receiving 

1st all-time at Maryland in receptions 
1st all-time at Maryland in yards receiving 
1st all-time at Maryland in TD catches 
1st all-time A.C.C. in receptions 
3rd all-time A.C.C. in receiving yards 
7th all-time A.C.C. in TD receptions 
21st all-time N.C.A.A. in receptions 
24th all-time N.C.A.A. m receiving yards 

Notes on Career 

■ Ranked 9th all-time at Maryland in scoring, one of only two non- 
kickers on top 10 list. 

■ Scored four TDs in a game vs. N.C.State. 11/4/95. Had one TD 
reception, two rushing TDs and a punt return for a TD. It was the first 
punt return for a TD in 12 years at Maryland. 

■ Lewis had 15 100-yard receiving yards games in his career, more than 
twice as much as any previous Terrapin. 

• Lewis gained 250 receiving yards vs. North Carolina (1993), ranking 
second all-time at Maryland. 



1993 All-A.C.C. Scott Milanovich 

Quarterback/Punter 6-3 227 
Butler, Pa. Criminal Justice 

Career Thumbnail 

33 games played 

650 completions in 982 attempts 

7,301 passing yards, 49 TDs 

7,111 yards total offense 

career punting average 41.4 

selected to play in Blue-Gray (M.V.P.) and Senior Bowl games 



Career Passing 

1st all-time at Maryland 
1st all-time at Maryland 
1st all-time at Maryland 
1st all-time at Maryland 
1st all-time at Maryland 
1st all-time at Maryland 
1st all-time at Maryland 
1st all-time at Maryalnd 
1st all-time at Maryland 

Season Passing 

1st all-time at Maryland 
1st all-time at Maryland 
1st all-time at Maryland 
1st all-time at Maryland 
1st all-time at Maryland 
1st all-time at Maryland 
1st all-time at Maryland 
1st all-time at Maryland 



in completed passes 

in passing yards 

in passing efficiency 

in completion percentage (.662) 

in total offense 

in 400 yards games (five) 

in 300 yds.+ games (nine) 

m 200 yds.+ games (18) 

in punting average 



in competions 279 (1993) 

in passing yards (3,499, 1993) 

in passing efficiency (143.57, 1993) 

in completion percentage (.687. 1994) 

in 400 yard games (five, 1993) 

in 300+ yard games (five, 1993) 

in 200+ yard games (nine, 1993) 

in punting average (44.08, 1993) 



Game Passing 

1st all-time at Maryland in completions (46 vs. FSU. 1995) 
1st all-time at Maryland in passing yards (498 vs. VT. 1993) 
1st all-time at Maryland in passing efficiency (205.6, N.C. State, 1994) 
1st all-time at Maryland in 5 pass TD games (three in 1993, one in 1994) 
1st all-time at Maryland in total offense (516 yds. vs. VT, 1993) 
[Against Tulane (25 of 35, 291 yds.. 3 TDs and Int.) and N.C. State (33 
of 38, 341 yds., 5 Tds. Int.) in consecutive games (1994), threw an 
N.C.A.A. record 24 straight complete passes.] 



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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 was a first team All- 
America middle guard on defense 
as a junior in 1950 and a first team 
offensive guard as a senior in 1951. 

The forte of the Maryland 
teams of the early 1950s was 
consistency, a winning 
consistency. During Ward's four 
years, the team was a combined 
32-7-1, winning two bowl games 
(1949 Gator over Missouri, 1951 
Sugar over Tennessee to complete 
a perfect 10-0 season). 

The awards and honors Ward 
earned as a Maryland player belie 
physical stature, but speak 
volumes about the man. He was 
the MVP of the 1949 Gator Bowl, 
Maryland's first bowl victory. He 
was the only player ever to earn 
All-America honors as both an 
offensive and defensive position 
player. He earned Southern 
Conference Player of the Year 
honors as a senior and was 
chosen Lineman of the Year by 
the Washington Touchdown Club 
and the Philadelphia Sportswnters 
Association in 1951. 

Bob Ward was inducted into 
the National Football Foundation 
College Hall of Fame in 1980. 

Jack Scarbath 

National Football 
Foundation College Hall 
of Fame 

Jack Scarbath is an integral 
part of Maryland football history. 
In his first start, the All-America 
quarterback scored the first 
touchdown in the new Byrd 
Stadium, a 21-yard run in the first 
game of the 1950 season. 

Scarbath was the quarterback 
for Head Coach Jim Tatum's new 
Split T offense for three seasons 
(1950-1952). Scarbath led the 
Terps to a 24-4-1 record, including 
a perfect 10-0 record and Sugar 
Bowl victory 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 for every 
reception. 

After his senior season, 
Scarbath finished runnerup to 
Oklahoma's Billy Vessels in the 
votmg for the Heisman Trophy, 
was a first team All-Amenca 
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 brief 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) and nine years at Maryland 
(1947-55, 73-15-4, 2-2-1 in bowl 
games), Jim Tatum had become a 
coaching legend. 

Tatum's teams from 1950-1955 
were 51-8-2, with a perfect 10-0 
record and Sugar Bowl victory in 
1951. The squad marked 10-0 
regular season records in 1953 
and 1955 before both teams were 
upset by Oklahoma in the Orange 
Bowl with the 1953 team the 
declared national champion. 

Maryland enjoyed enormous 
success and has yet to regain the 
national heights of Jim Tatum's 
teams of the early 1950s. Tatum 
left to return to his alma mater, 
North Carolina, in 1956. 

He was inducted into the 
National Football Foundation 
College Hall of Fame in 1984. 

Stan Jones 

National Football League 
Hall of Fame 

Stan Jones was the starting 
right tackle on the Terp defense 
that allowed only 31 points during 
10 regular season games in 1953. 
With Jones leading the way, 
Maryland recorded six shutouts 
and allowed only one team, 
Georgia, to score more than six 
points. He earned All-America 
honors that season and was 
chosen "Outstanding College 
Lineman of 1953" by the College 
Football Coaching Board. 



After his All- 
America 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 
anatomy, 
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." 

Stan Jones was inducted into 
the National Football League Hall 
of Fame on July 27, 1991. 

Dick Modzelewski 

National Football 
Foundation College 
Hall of Fame 
Outland Trophy Winner 

Through three All-America 
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 plays days at 
Maryland, he was one of the 
bigger collegiate linemen 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 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 received 
the Outland Trophy as the 
nation's top lineman in 1952. 

Through his career at 




Stan Jones 



Maryland, the Terps fashioned a 
22-game unbeaten streak. The 
"Little Mo" led defense allowed 
only 147 points with only four 
teams scoring better than a 
touchdown while six were 
shutout. 

At the end of his senior 
season, Modzelewski was named 
to every All-America team and 
was awarded the Outland Trophy. 
He was a second-round draft 
choice of the Washington 
Redskins, while teammate Jack 
Scarbath was the Redskins' first 
pick. He spent 14 seasons in the 
National Football League, splitting 
time with the Redskins, the 
Pittsburgh Steelers, the New York 
Giants and Cleveland Browns. 
Modzelewski was an All-Pro and 
on NFL Championship teams with 
both the Giants (1956) and the 
Browns (1964). After retirement, 
he became a defensive line coach 
for Cincinnati, helping the Bengals 
to the 1982 Super Bowl. 

Dick Modzelewski was 
inducted into the National Football 
Foundation College Hall of Fame 
in 1993. 



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Bob Ward 



Randy White 

National Football 
Foundation College Hall 
of Fame 

National Football League 
Hall of Fame 
Lombardi and Outland 
Trophies Winner 

Randy White changed the look 
of football's defensive lines. At 
Maryland, and later in an all-pro 
National Football League career 
with the Dallas Cowboys, he was 
regarded as the quickest defensive 
lineman to play the game. He could 
be in an opponent's backfield 
before a quarterback could make a 
hand-off. 

In 1974, Randy White cleaned 
up the college football awards 
plate. He was honored with the 
Outland and Lombardi Trophies as 
the top collegiate lineman, was 



ACC Player of the Year, was an 
unanimous first team All-America 
choice, named the Delaware (his 
home state) Athlete of the Year 
and named the Amateur Athlete 
of the Year by the Philadelphia 
Sportswriters Association. 

A first round draft choice of 
the Dallas Cowboys (the second 
player selected overall), White 
was an All-Pro performer 
throughout his career and shared 
Super Bowl MVP honors with 
Dallas teammate Harvey Martin 
when the Cowboys defeated 
Denver m Super Bowl XII. 

No one else will wear "94" at 
Maryland— Randy White's 
number has been retired. 

He was inducted into the 
National Football Foundation 
College Hall of Fame and the 
National Football League Hall of 
Fame in 1994. 



Bob Pellegrini 

National Football 
Foundation College 
Football Hall of Fame 

Bob Pellegrini was recruited to 
Maryland as a quarterback, but 
made his name as one of college 
football's best linemen. In his first 
season, Pellegrini was a 6-2, 215 
pound sophomore guard for the 
1953 National Champion Terrapins. 
He would play guard again in 1954 
in an era when players went both 
ways, before being switched to 
center for his senior year to fill a 
Terrapin void. 

As a senior, Pellegrini led 
Maryland to its second 10-0 
regular season and ACC 
Championship in three years as 
the Terps defeated defending 
National Champion UCLA. He was 
selected ACC Player of the Year, 



named consensus All- America 
and pictured as Herman 
Hickman's cover boy for Linemen 
of the Year listing for 1955. 

Pellegrini led the Terps to a 
27-4-1 record over his career with 
rankings in the Top Ten each 
season. He was the first pick in 
the National Football League 
draft by the Philadelphia Eagles. 
Pellegrini became one of the 
building blocks of an Eagle 
turnaround that took the team to 
the top of the football world. A 
losing team when he joined, the 
Eagles defeated Vince Lombardi's 
Green Bay Packers for the World 
Championship four years later 
with Bob Pellegrini at linebacker. 

Bob Pellegrini will be inducted 
into the National Football 
Foundation College Hall of Fame 
in December 1996. 



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Alvin L. Aubince Trophy 



to the 

1956 

1957 

1958 

1959 

1960 

1961 

1962 

1963 

1964 

1965 

1966 

1967 

1968 

1969 

1970 

1971 

1972 

1973 

1974 

1975 

1976 

1977 

1978 

1979 

1980 

1981 

1982 



1983 
1984 
1985 
1986 
1987 

1988 

1989 
1990 
1991 
1992 
1993 
1994 



unsung hero of the season 

Al Wharton - Tackle 
Wilbum Main - Center 
Ted Kershnet - Back 
Joe Gaidi - Tackle 
Leroy Dietrich • Center 
Dick Barlund - End 
Mumis Banner - Halfback 
George Stem - Halfback 
John Kenny - End 
Charles Krahlrng - Center 
Bobby Collins - Back 
Pat Baker - Back 
Rick Carlson - End 
Paul Fitzpatnck - Back 
Robert J. MacBnde - Tackle 
Jeff Shugars - Quarterback 
Ron Kecman - Center 
Ken Scott - Tackle 
Frank Russell - End 
Jim Richey - Tackle 
Bob Raba - End 
Don Rhodes - Center 
Mike Simon - Center 
Richard Cummins - Guard 
Scott Fanz - Tackle 
Todd Wright - Center 
Frank Kolencik - Def. Guard 
John Nash - Back 
Doug Muler - Center 
Tyrone Furman - Guard 
Bill Rogers • Tight End 
George Colton - Guard 
Sean Sullivan • End 
Robert Klein - Guard 
Sean Scott • Linebacker 
Matt D'Amico - Linebacker 
Dan Plocki - Kicker 
Dean Green - Wide Receiver 
Doug Stump - Running Back 
Greg Hines • Linebacker 
Dan Prunzik - Wide Receiver 
Russ Weaver - Wide Receiver 
David Hack - Guard 



joe f. blair Award. 

to the "unsung hero" of the season 

1995 Kevin Plank - Back 

Anthony C. Nardo 
Memorial Tropy 

to the best football lineman 
of the yeai 

1947 Pat McCarty - Guard 

1948 Gene Kinney - Tackle 

1950 Bob Ward - Guard 

1951 Bob Ward • Guard 

1952 William Maletzky - Guard 

1953 Stan Jones • Tackle 

1954 Bob Pellegnru - Guard 

1955 Mike Sandusky - Tackle 

1956 Al Wharton - Tackle 

1957 Dog Healy - Tackle 

1958 Fred Cole - Tackle 

1959 Tom Gunderman - Guard 

1960 Gary Collins - End 

1961 Bill Kirchiro - Tackle 

1962 Dave Crossan - Tackle 

1963 Olaf Drozdov - Tackle 

1964 Fred Joyce - Guard 

1965 Dick Absher • End 

1966 Dick Absher • End 

1967 Jim Lavrusky ■ 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 Eric Stevens • Tight End 

1981 Dave Pacella - Tackle 

1982 Dave Pacella - Tackle 

1983 Ron Solt - Guard 

1984 Kevin Glover - Center 

1985 J. D. Maarleveled - Tackle 

1986 Billy Hughes - Center 

1987 Billy Hughes - Center 

1988 Mark Agent - Center 

1989 Mike Kiselak - Guard 

1990 Clarence Jones - Tackle 

1991 Mitch Suplee - Center 

1992 Steve Ingram • Tackle 

1993 Steve Ingram - Tackle 

1994 Steve Ingram • Tackle 

1995 Johnnie Hicks • Tackle 

Ray Krouse 
Memorial Award 

to the most valuable senior 
1972 Ron Kecman • Center 

1974 Randy White - Defensive Tackle 

1975 John Schultz • Wingback 

1 976 Tim Wilson • Fullback 

1977 Ted Haube - Guard 

1978 Neal Olkewicz - Linebacker 

1979 Brian Matera - Linebacker 

1980 Lloyd Burniss - Defensive 
Halfback 

1981 Greg Vanderhout - Defensive 
Guard 

1982 John Tice - Tight End 

1983 Boomer Esiason • Quarterback 

1984 Eric Wilson - Linebacker 

1985 Stan Gelbaugh • Quarterback 

1986 Chuck Faucette - Linebacker 

1987 Kevin Walker - Lmebacker 

1988 Dan Plocki - Kicker 

1989 Neil OVDonnell- Quarterback 
Scott Saylor • Lmebacker 

1990 Scott Zolak • Quarterback 

1991 Larry Webster - Defensive Tackle 

1992 Marcus Badgett - Wide Receiver 

1993 Jason Kremus - Wide Receiver 

1994 Steve Ingram • Tackle 

1995 Jermaine Lewis - 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 Berme Faloney - Back 

1 954 John Irvine - Center 

1955 Bob Pellegnni - Center 

1956 Mike Sandusky - Tackle 

1957 Gene Alderton - Center 

1958 Bob Russevlyan • Back 

1959 Kurt Schwarz - Tackle 

1960 Vmcent Scott - End 

1961 Gary Collins • End 

1962 Tom Brown • Halfback 

1963 Bob Burton - Halfback 

1964 Olaf Drozdov - Tackle 

1965 George Stem - Back 

1966 Dick Absher - End 

1967 Lou Stickel - Back 

1968 Billy Lovett • Fullback 

1969 Kenneth B. Dutton • Back 



1970 Peter Mattia - Tackle 

1971 Tommy Miller - Back 

1972 Don Ratlin" - End 

1973 Paul Vellano • Guard 

1974 Randy White - Tackle 

1975 LeRoy Hughes • End 

1976 Rob Raba - End 

1977 Brad Carr - Linebacker 

1978 Dean Richards - End 

1979 James Shaffer - End 

1980 Lloyd Burruss - Halfback 

1981 Charlie Wysocki - Tailback 

1982 Mike Corvino - Defensive Guard 

1983 Boomer Esiason - Quarterback 

1984 Enc Wilson - Lmebacker 

1985 Rick Badanjek - Fullback 

1986 Chuck Faucette - Linebacker 

1987 Ferrell Edmunds - Tight End 

1988 Dan Plocki - Kicker 

1989 Mark Agent - Center 

1990 Barry Johnson - Wide Receiver 

1991 Larry Webster • Defensive Tackle 

1992 Mike Jarmolowich - Lmebacker 

1993 Mark Mason - Running Back 

1994 Steve Ingram - Offensive Tackle 

1995 Jermaine Lewis - Wide Receiver 

Terps Honored by the 

MClub 

A.V. Williams Award 

(Outstanding and conspicuous 
sportmanship) 

1955 Ronnie Waller 

1956 Lynn Beightol 
Jack Davis 

1957 Howard B. Dare, Jr. 

1958 Robert Rusevylan 

1959 Allen J. Bunge 

1960 Dale Betty 

1961 Donald Brown 

1962 Clayton A. Beardmore 

1963 Samuel G. Bossert 

1964 Robert J. Kopinsky 

1965 Donald Dunphy 

1966 Frank Costello 

1967 Robert C Karch 

1968 Roland E. Memtt 

1969 David C. Reiss 

1970 John Baker 

1971 James F. Moms 

1972 Vince L. Struble 

1973 Albert A. Neville 

1974 Tyrone Neal 

1975 LeRoy D. Hughes 

1976 Robert W Raba 
Eugene F. Ochap 

1977 Bradley S. Carrl 

1978 Dean Richards 

1979 James K. Shafer 

1980 Enc S Sievers 

1981 Brian J. Riendeau 

1982 David W. Pacella 

1983 Boomer Esiason 

1984 Eric W. Wilson 

1985 Scott B. Schankweiler 

1986 Lewis I, Askew. Jr. 

1987 Robert Klein 

1988 Chad Sydnor 

1989 Bren Lowery 

1990 Barry Johnson 

1991 Lubo Zizakovic 

1993 Ed Regan 

1994 Corey Holobetz 

1995 Mike Settles 



James "Jim " Tatum 
Memorial Award 

(Lineman of the year) 

1959 Kurt A. Schwartz 

1960 Thomas E. Sankovich 

1961 Bui Kirchiro 

1962 David H. Crossan 

1963 Olaf A. Drozdov 

1964 Larry Bagranoff 

1965 Larry Bagranoff 

1966 Thomas J. Cichowski 

1967 Tom Myslinski 

1968 Thomas A. Plevm 

1969 Peter A. Mattia 

1970 Peter A. Mattia 

1971 Guy Roberts 

1972 Paul E. Vellano 

1973 Randy L. White 

1974 Randy L.White 

1975 Marion Koprowski 
Paul J. Devito 

1976 Joseph P. Campbell 

1977 Theodore J. Haube 

1978 Charles A Johnson 

1979 Kervm D. Wyatt 

1980 Edward J. Gall, Jr. 

1981 Gregory A. Vanderhout 

1982 Mark D. Duda 

1983 Ronald M. Solt 

1984 Kevin P. Glover 

1985 Leonard A. Lynch 

1986 Bruce M. Mesner 

1987 Robert Arnold 

1988 Warren Powers 

1989 Mike Kiselak 

1990 Jack Bradford 
Rick Fleece 

1991 Lany Webster 

1992 Steve Ingram 

1993 Steve Ingram 

1994 Steve Ingram 

1995 Johnnie Hicks 

George C. Cook 
Memorial Award 

(Highest academic average) 

1962 Don White - Quarterback 

1963 David D. Nardo • End 

1964 David D. Nardo -End 

1965 Bruce Springer - Back 

1966 Larry Bagranoff - Tackle 

1967 Charles Tme - Tackle 

1968 Ralph H. Fnedgen • Guard 

1969 Ralph H Fnedgen ■ Guard 
William L. Grant - End 

1970 Partick 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 Larry HI • Safety 

1980 Ralph L Larry m - Safety 

1981 Mar Sobel ■ End 

1982 Gregory E. Harraka - Center 

1983 Gregory E. Hanaka - Center 

1984 Gregory E. Hanaka • Center 

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 - Linebacker 

1994 Corey Holobetz - Tight End 

1995 Ken Lytle - Kicker 



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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 




l'H,i, 


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 Shmer-QB 


Roger Shoals-T 


Tom Brown-HB 


Dave Crossan-T 




1962 


Tom Brown-HB 


Roger Shoals-T 


Joe Hrezo-LB 


Walter Rock-G 




l')h,{ 


Dick Shmer-HB 


Gene Feher-C 


Ernie Arizzi-HB 


Joe Ferrante-G 




1964 


Tom Hickey-HB 


Joe Frattaroh-G 


Bob Sullivan-HB 


Olaf Drozdov-T 




1965 


Walt Marcimak-HB 


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 


Pater Mattia-T 




1970 


Art Seymore-HB 


Pat Burke-G 


Tony Greene-S 


Guy Roberts-E 




1971 


Al Neville-QB 


Tim Brannon-G 


Larry Marshall-HB 


Chris Cowdrey-E 




1972 


Bob Avellim-QB 


Tim Brannon-G 


Bob Smith-S 


Paul Vellano-G 




1973 


Louis Carter-TB 


Bart Purvis-G 


Harry Walters-HB 


Randy White-T 




1974 


Louis Carter-TB 


Stan Rogers-G 


Harry Walters-HB 


Randy White-T 




1975 


John Schultz-WB 


Marion Koprowski-T 


Kevin Benson-LB 


Paul Divito-G 




1976 


Mark Manges-OB 


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 Haube-G 




1978 


Steve Atkms-TB 


Eric Sievers-TE 
Kerwin Wyatt-G 


Neal Olkewicz-LB 


Charles Johnson-T 




1979 


Charlie Wysocki-TB 


Kerwin 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 
Willie Joyner-RB 


Dave Pacella-T 


Darnell Dailey-LB 


Greg Vanderhout-G 




1983 


Willie Joyner-RB 


Ron Solt-G 








1984 


Rick Badanjak-FB 


Kevin Glover-C 


Clarence Baldwin-HB 


Pete Koch-G 




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 Tomlm-S 


Larry Webster-DT 




1990 


Scott 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-OT 


Scott Rosen-DB 


Darren Drozdov-DT 




1993 


Jermame Lewis-WR 


Steve Ingram-OT 


Orlando Strozier-DB 


Jaime Flores-DE 




1994 


Allen Williams-RB 


Steve Ingram-OT 


Andreal Johnson-CB 


Jamie Bragg-DT 




1995 


Buddy Rodgers-RB 


Darryl Gilliam-OT 


Chad Scott-CB 


Johnnie Hicks-DL 




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1992 


John kaleo, Quarterback 




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1993 


Scott Milanovich, Quarterb 


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1994 


Jamie Bragg, Center/Defer 


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1988 


Ricky Johnson-TB 




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1989 


Rcky Johnson-TB 










1990 


Scott Zolak-QB 




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1991 


Troy Jackson 






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1992 


John Kaleo-QB 






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1993 


Jermame Lewis-WR 






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1988 


Mark Agent - C 




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1989 


Mike Kiselak-G 




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1990 


Clarence Jones -T 




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1991 


Mitch Suplee-C 




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1992 


Stephen Ingram-T 




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1993 


Stephen Ingram-T 




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1995 Chad Scott-CB 
Hammer Award 


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1988 


Chad Sydnor-CB 


1988 Warren Powers-DT 


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1989 


Eddie Tomhn-S 


1989 Larry Webster-DT 


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1990 


Glen Page-LB 


1990 RickFleece-G 


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1991 


Mike Jarmolowich-LB 


1991 Larry Webster-DT 


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1992 


Scott Rosen-S 


1992 Daren Drozdov-DT 


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1993 


Orlando Strozier-CB 


1993 Jaime Flores-DE 


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1995 


Chad Scott-CB 


Steve Ingram is the only Terrapin to win three straight 










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Consensus All-Americans 



1951 


Bob Ward 


Guard 


5-10 


185 


Elizabeth, N.J. 


1952 


Dick Modzelewski 


Tackle 


6-0 


235 


West Natrona, Pa. 


1952 


Jack Scarbath 


Back 


6-1 


190 


Baltimore, Md. 


1953 


Stan Jones 


Tackle 


6-0 


235 


Lemoyne, Pa. 


1955 


Bob Pellegrini 


Center 


6-2 


225 


Yatesboro, Pa. 


1961 


Gary Collins 


End 


6-2 


205 


Williamstown, Pa. 


1974 


Randy White 


Def. Line 


6-4 


238 


Wilmington, Del. 


1976 


Joe Campbell 


Def. Tackle 


6-6 


255 


Wilmington, Del. 


1979 


Dale Castro 


Kicker 


6-1 


170 


Shady Side, Md. 


1985 


J.D. Maarleveld 


Off. Tackle 


6-5 


300 


Rutherford, N.J. 



First Team Academic All-America 



1953- 


-Bernie Faloney 


Back 


6-0 


180 


East Carnegie, Pa. 


1954- 


-George Palahunik 


Guard 


6-1 


200 


McKees Rock, Pa. 


1956- 


-Mike Sandusky 


Tackle 


5-11 


235 


Manville, N.J. 


1975- 


-Kim Hoover 


Off. End 


6-1 


180 


Cuyahoga Falls, O 


1978- 


-Joe Muffler 


Def. End 


6-0 


195 


Philadelphia, Pa. 



NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship Winners 



1978— Jonathan Claiborne 



Def. Back 



5-10 160 



Hyattsville, Md. 




The Boys of Autumn: Guard John Bowersox (64) has pulled to spring Howie Dare (20) for a 
long gain, while Fullback Dick Bielski (41) has blocked his defender into the dirt. A poster play 
with picture perfect athletes running a Jim Tatum sweep in 1954. 



Associated Press 




First Team 




1950 


Bob Ward 


G 


1951 


Bob Ward 


G 


1952 


Jack Scarbath 


QB 


1952 


Dick Modzelewski 


T 


1953 


Stan Jones 


T 


1955 


Bob Pellegrini 


C 


1973 


Randy White 


DT 


1974 


Randy White 


DT 


Second Team 




1923 


Bill Supplee 


E 


1928 


Gerald Snyder 


FB 


1949 


Ray Krouse 


T 


1951 


Dick Modzelewski 


T 




Ed Modzelewski 


FB 


1953 


Bemie Faloney 


QB 


1954 


BiU Walker 


E 


1961 


Gary Collins 


E 


1976 


Joe Campbell 


DT 


1984 


Eric Wilson 


LB 



The Sporting News 

First Team 

1951 Bob Ward 

1952 Jack Scarbath 

1952 Dick Modzelewski 

1953 Stan Jones 
1953 Bernie Faloney 
1955 Ron Pellegrini 
1955 Mike Sandusky 
1974 Randy White 
1974 Steve Mike-Mayer 
1976 Joe Campbell 
1979 Dale Castro 

1984 Kevin Glover 

1985 J.D. Maarleveld 

Second Team 

1983 Boomer Esiason 
1983 Ron Solt 

American Football 
Coaches Association 

First Team 

1961 
1973 
1974 
1976 
1985 



Gary Collins 
Paul Vellano 
Randy White 
Joe Campbell 
J.D. Maarleveld 



G 

QB 

T 

T 

QB 

C 

T 

DT 

PK 

DT 

PK 

C 

OT 



QB 
OG 



E 
DG 
DT 
DT 
OT 



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Football Writers 
Association 

First Team 

1961 Gary Collins 
1974 Randy White 
1976 Joe Campbell 
li''i Dale Castro 



E 
DT 
DT 
PK 



Football News 




First Team 




1984 


Eric Wilson 


LB 


Second Team 




1995 


Stephen Ingram 


OT 


United Press 




International 




First Team 




1951 


Bob Ward 


G 


1952 


Jack Scarbath 


QB 


1952 


Dick Modzelewski 


T 


1953 


Stan Jones 


T 


1955 


Bob Pellegrini 


C 


1961 


Gary Collins 


E 


1974 


Randy White 


DT 


1979 


Dale Castro 


PK 


1985 


J.D. Maarleveld 


OT 


Second Team 




1950 


Bob Ward 


G 


1951 


Ed Modzelewski 


FB 


1953 


Bernie Faloney 


QB 


1955 


Mike Sandusky 


T 


1955 


Bill Walker 


E 


1973 


Paul Vellano 


OG 


1976 


Joe Campbell 


DT 


4 


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International News 
Service 

First Team 



I'lM 
1952 
1952 
1953 
1953 
1955 



Bob Ward 
Jack Scarbath 
Dick Modzelewski 
Stan Jones 
Bernie Faloney 
Bob Pellegrini 



Second Team 

1953 Chet Hanulak 
1955 Ed Vereb 



G 
QB 

T 
T 

QB 
C 



HB 
HB 



1947: Maryland 
qualified for its 
first bowl game, 
and tied Georgia, 
20-20, on New 
Year's Day in the 
Gator Bowl. All 
home games 
were played at 
Griffith Stadium 
in Washington. 




Coach Jerry Claiborne with four very good Terps: Tackle 
Paul Vellano, Running Back Louis Carter, Defensive Back Bob 
Smith and Tackle Randy White. 



Honorable Mention 
AP and UPI 

1931: Jess Kracovic, G; Ray Poppelman, QB. 

1934: Norwood Sothoron, FB; Vic Willis, E; Bill Guckeyson, HB; Ed 

Minion, T, 
1935: BiU Guckeyson, HB; Vic Willis, E. 
1936: Bill Guckeyson, HB 
1937: Jim Meade, HB 
1940: Bob Smith, C; Ralph Albarano, T. 
1942: Tommy Mont, QB; Paul Flick, C. 
1947: Lu Gambino, HB; Gene Kinney, C. 
1948: Ray Krouse, T; Elmer Wmgate, E. 
1950: Ed Modzelewski, FB 
1951: Jack Scarbath, QB; Tom Cosgrove, C; Dave Cianelli, FB; Joe 

Petruzzo, HB. 
1952: Stan Jones, T. 
1953: Chet Hanulak, HB; Ralph Felton, FB; Bill Walker, E; John Irvine, 

C; Bob Morgan. T. 
1954: Dick Bielski, FB; Ronnie Waller, HB; Jack Bowersox, G; John 

Irvine, C; Bill Walker, E; Bob Pellegrini, G; George Palahunik, G. 
1955: Mike Sandusky, T; Jack Davis, G; Frank Tamburello, QB; Ed 

Heuring, T. 
1956: Mike Sandusky, T; Jack Davis, G; Gene Alderton, C. 
1957: Rod Breedlove, G; Ed Cooke, E; Gene Alderton.C. 
1958: Rod Breedlove, G; Fred Cole, T; Ben Scotti, E. 
1959: Rod Breedlove, G; Jim Joyce, FB; Gary 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, DB; Bob Smith, DB. 
1973: Randy White, DT; Louis Carter, HB; Bob Smith, DB. 
1974: Louis Carter, HB; Steve Mike-Masyer. K; Stan Rogers, OT; Bob 

Smith, DB; Harry Walters, LB; Walter White.TE. 
1975: LeRoy Hughes, DE; Jim Brechbiel, DB; Kevin Benson, LB; Paul 

Divito, DG. 
1976: Brad Carr, LB; Ed Fulton. OG; Mark Manges, QB; Ken Roy, DB; 

Tom Schick, OT; Larry Seder, DG. 
1977: Ted Klaiibe, DG 
1978: Steve Atkins, TB; Charles Johnson. DT; Bruce Palmer.DG; Lloyd 

Burruss, DB. 
1979: Charlie Wysocki, TB; Larry Stewart, OT. 
1980: Charlie Wysocki, TB; Lloyd Burruss, DB; Marhn Van Horn. DG. 
1982: Jess Atkinson, PK; Mark Duda, OT; Boomer Esiason, QB; Dave 

Pacella, OT; John Tice, TE. 
1983: Jess Atkinson, PK; Clarence Baldwin, DB; Boomer Esiason, QB; 

Pete Koch, DT; Ron Solt.OG; Eric Wilson, LB. 
1984: Rick Badanjek, RB; Al Covington, DB; Ferrell Edmunds. TE: 

Chuck Faucette, LB; Kevin Glover, C: Greg Hill, WR; Len Lynch, 

OG; Bruce Mesner, DG. 
1985: Rick Badanjek, FB; Al Covington, DB; Keeta Covington, DB; 

Ferrell Edmunds, TE: Chuck Faucette, LB; Len Lynch, OG; J.D. 

Maarleveld, OT; Bruce Mesner, DG. 
1986: Chuck Faucette, LB; Bruce Mesner. DG; Keeta Covington, DB; 

Ferrell Edmunds, TE. 
1987: Ferrell Edmunds, TE; Kevin Walker, LB. 
1988: Matt D'Amico. LB; Ben Jefferson, OT; Dan Plocki, K; Warren 

Powers, DT; Scott Saylor. LB. 

Larry Webster. DT 

Barry Johnson. SE 

Marcus Badgett, SE 

Scott Milanovich, P 

Stephen Ingram, OT 

Jermaine Lewis. WR 



1989 
1990 
1992 
1993 
1994 
1995 



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Getting the Word Out On Terpipeline 



Azizuddin Abdur-Ra'oof 


WR 


Dick Absher 


LB-K 


John Alderton 


DE 


Steve Atkins 


RB 


O'Brien Alston 


LB 


Jess Atkinson 


K 


Bob Avellini 


QB 


Rick Badanjek 


FB 


Dick Bielski 


FB-TE 


Alvin Blount 


RB 


Rod Breedlove 


LB 


Brooke Brewer 


HB 


Donald Brown 


DB 


J.B. Brown 


DB 


Tom Brown 


S 


Lloyd Burruss 


S 


Harry Butsko 


LB 


Joe Campbell 


DE 


Louis Carter 


RB 


Ted Chapman 


DE 


Tom Chichowski 


T 


Fred Cole 


G 


Gary Collins 


FL-P 


Lloyd Colteryhan 


E 


George Colton 


G 


Ed Cooke 


DE 



Jim Corcoran 


QB 


Dave Crossan 


C 


Dave DAddio 


RB 


Matt DAmico 


LB 


Jack Davis 


G 


Darren Drozdov 


DT 


Mark Duda 


DT 


Ferrell Edmunds 


TE 



Kansas City (1988-89) 
Wastungton (1967), Atlanta (1967-68), 
New Orleans (1969-71), 
Philadelphia (1972) 
Pittsburgh (1953) 

Green Bay (1979-81), Philadelphia (1981) 
Indianapolis (1988-92) 
N.Y. Giants (1985), St. Louis (1985), 
Washington (1986-87), 
Indianapolis, (1988) 

Chicago Bears (1975-84), N.Y. Jets (1984) 
Washington (1986), Atlanta (1987-88) 
K Philadelphia (1955-59), Dallas (1960-61), 
Baltimore Colts (1962-63), 
Dallas (1987) 

Wastungton (1960-64), Pittsburgh (1965-67) 
Cleveland (1921), Akron (1922) 
Miami (1986), San Diego (1986), N.Y. 
Giants (1987) 
Miami (1989-96) 

Green Bay (1964-68), Washington (1969) 
Kansas City (1981-91, 1993). Denver 
Broncos (1992) 
Was hington (1963) 

New Orleans (1977-78), Oakland (1979-81) 
Oakland (1975), Tampa Bay (1976-78) 
LA. Raiders (1987) 
Denver (1967-68) 
LA. Chargers (1960) 
Cleveland (1962-71) 
Baltimore Colts (1954-56) 
New England (1987) 

Chicago Bears (1958), Philadelphia (1958), 
Baltimore Colts (1959) 
N.Y. Titans (1960-62), N.Y. Jets (1963), 
Denver (1964-65), 
Miami (1966-67) 
Boston 1968 
Wastungton (1965-69) 
Detroit (1984) 
Cincinnati (1989) 
Boston (1960) 
Denver (1993) 
St. Louis (1983-87) 
Miami (1988-92), Seattle (1993-1994) 




Lloyd Burruss's 11 year NFL career was accomplished in the 
secondary. 




Both Warren Powers (90) and Larry Webster (99) were NFL 


draft choices. 






Boomer Esiason 


QB 


Cincinnati (1984-92), N.Y. Jets (1993-95) 
Arizona Cardinals (1996-) 


Chuck Faucette 


LB 


San Diego (1987-88) 


Ron Fazio 


TE 


Philadelphia (1987) 


Ralph Felton 


LB 


Washington (1954-60), Buffalo (1961-62) 


Andy Fletcher 


FB 


Buffalo (1920) 


Ed Fullerton 


DB 


Pittsburgh (1953) 


Ed Fulton 


G 


LA. Rams (1978), Buffalo (1979) 


Lu Gambino 


HB 


Baltimore Colts (1948-49) 


Stan Gelbaugh 


QB 


Buffalo (1986-89), Seattle (1992-) 


O'Neil Glenn 


OT 


New England (1991) 


Kevin Glover 


C 


Detroit (1985-96) 


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) 


Steve Ingram 


OL 


Tampa Bay (1 995-) 


Ben Jefferson 


OT 


Indianapolis (1989-90) 


Rick Jennings 


WR 


Oakland (1976-77), Tampa Bay (1977), 
San Francisco (1977) 


Barry Johnson 


WR 


Denver (1991-92) 


Charles Johnson 


NT 


Green Bay (1979-80, 1983) 


Vernon Joines 


WR 


Cleveland (1989-90), Denver (1991) 


Clarence Jones 


OT 


N.Y. Giants (1991-93), St. Louis Rams 
(1994-95), New Orleans (1996) 


Stan Jones 


G-T-DT 


Chicago Bears (1954-65), Wastungton 
(1966) 


Vince Kinney 


WR 


Denver (1978-79) 


Bill Kirchiro 


G 


Baltimore Colts (1962) 


Pete Koch 


DE 


Cincinnati (1984), Kansas City (1985-88), 
LA. Raiders (1989-90) 


Ray Krouse 


DT 


N.Y. Giants (1951-55), Detroit (1956-57). 
Baltimore Colts (1958-59), 
Washington (1960). 


Pete Ladygo 


G 


Pittsburgh (1952, 1954) 


Jermaine Lewis 


WR 


Baltimore Ravens (1996-) 


John Lookabaugh 


E 


Washington (1946-47) 


J.D. Maarleveld 


T 


Tampa Bay (1986-87) 


Mark Manges 


QB 


St. Louis (1978) 


Larry Marshall 


KR-DB 


Kansas City (1972-73), Minnesota (1974) 
Philadelphia (1974-77), 
L.A. Rams (1978) 


Jim Meade 


FB 


Washington (1939-40) 


Bruce Mesner 


DT 


Buffalo (1987-88) 


Scott Milanovich 


QB 


Tampa Bay (1996-) 


Steve Mike-Meyer 


K 


San Francisco (1975-76), Detroit (1977), 
New Orleans (1978), 
Baltimore Colts (1979-80) 


James Milling 


WR 


Atlanta (1988-91), N.Y. Giants (1991) 


Charlie Mills 


FB 


Buffalo (1920) 



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The Tice's, Mike and John, each played for at least 10 years in 
the NFL 



Akion(1924) 

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) 

N.Y. Giants (1954-57; 1959-61), Chicago 

Cardinals (1958), 

Dallas (1962) 

Staten Island (1932) 

Pittsburgh (1990-95), N.Y. Jets (1996-) 

Washington (1979-89) 

Philadelphia (1984) 

Denver (1969-70) 

Philadelphia (1956, 1958-61), Washington 

(1962-65) 

Houston (1960) 

Cleveland (1989) 

Denver (1989-92) 

N.Y. Jets (1977-79), Baltimore Colts 

(1980), Washington (1981) 

Philadelphia (1975) 

Buffalo (1985-94), Carolina (1995). N.Y. 

Jets (1996-) 

Houston (1972-75). Atlanta (1976), Miami 

(1977) 

San Francisco (1963-67). Washington 

(1968-73) 

Denver (1975) 



Stan Mills 

Dick Modzelewski 


HB-E 
DT 


Ed Modzelewski 
Tommy Mont 
Bob Morgan 


FB 
QB 
T 


Joe Moss 
Chip Myrtle 
Ed Nickla 
Dick Nolan 


T 
LB 
G 
DB 


Jack Norris 
Neil O'Donnell 
Neal Olkewicz 
Dave Pacella 
Al Pastrana 
Bob Pellegrini 


E 

QB 

LB 

G-C 

QB 

LB 


Phil Perlo 
Dan Plocki 
Warren Powers 
Rob Raba 


LB 
K 

DE 
TE 


Don Ratliff 
Frank Reich 


DE 
QB 


Guy Roberts 


LB 


Walter Rock 


T 


Stan Rogers 


T 



Mike Sandusky 


T-G 


Jack Scarbath 


QB 


Ken Schroy 


S 


John Schultz 


WR 


Sean Scott 


LB 


Ben Scotti 


DB 


Dick Shiner 


QB 


Roger Shoals 


T 


Eric Sievers 


TE 


Jerry Snyder 


HB 


Ron Solt 


G 


Chad Sydnor 


DB 


John Tice 


TE 


Mike Tice 


TE 


Steve Trimble 


DB 


Billy Van Husen 


SE-P 


Ed Vereb 


HB 


Kevin Walker 


LB 


Ron Waller 


HB-KR 


Larry Webster 


DT 


Randy White 


DT-LB 


Walter White 


TE 


Eric Wilson 


LB 


Tim Wilson 


RB-TE 


Elmer Wingate 


DE 


John Wright 


FB 


Kervin Wyatt 


LB 


Frank Wycheck 


HB 


Scott Zolak 


QB 



Pittsburgh (1957-65) 

Washington (1953-54), Pittsburgh (1956) 

N.Y. Jets (1977-84) 

Denver (1976-78) 

Dallas (1988) 

Washington (1959-61), Philadelphia 

(1962-63), San Francisco (1964) 

Washington (1964-66), Cleveland (1967), 

Pittsburgh (1968-69), 

N.Y. Giants (1970), Atlanta (1971, 1973), 

New England (1973-74) 

Cleveland (1963-64), Detroit (1965-70), 

Denver (1971) 

San Diego (1981-88), L.A. Rams (1988), 

New England (1989-90) 

N.Y. Giants (1929), Staten Island (1930) 

Indianapolis (1984-88, 1992), Philadelphia 

(1988-91) 

Chicago (1989) 

New Orleans (1983-92) 

Seattle (1981-88), Washington (1989-90), 

Minnesota (1992-93. 1995) 

Denver (1981-83) 

Denver (1968-76) 

Washington (1960) 

Cincinnati (1988-92) 

L.A. Rams (1955-58), L.A. Chargers (1960) 

Miami (1992-94), Cleveland (1995), 

Baltimore Ravens (1996-) 

Dallas (1975-88) 

Kansas City (1975-79) 

Buffalo (1985-86), Washington Redskins 

(1987) 

Houston (1977-82), New Orleans (1983- 

84) 

Baltimore Colts (1953) 

Baltimore Colts (1947) 

N.Y. Giants (1980) 

Washington (1993-94), Houston (1995-) 

New England (1991-) 




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Getting the Word Out On Terpioneers, Maryland Hall of Fame 



Maryland Hall of Fame 




Doyle P. Royal, '43, tennis, soccer, 
coach 












•Victor G Willis, '37, football, 


The Maryland Athletic Hall of 


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basketball, baseball 


Fame was founded in 1982 by the 






M Club Foundation as a joint 


^B -~hJ 




1989 Inductees 


project with the Department of 


■ 


m^L -■' ^H 


William R. Campbell, '56, swimming 


Intercollegiate Athletics. The first 




ml A 


and diving coach 


committee was organized by then 


M m. 1 m b 


W. Ernest Fischer, '54, wrestling, 


Athletic Director Dick Dull and 




James H. Keating, Jr., '57, lacrosse 




i mf fMA 


Edward Ronkin, '32, basketball, 


consisted of a committee which 


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I * i wM ! ^H 


lacrosse 


was a Hall of Fame itself. On it 


J ^19 




John W. Simmons, Jr., '56, lacrosse 


were Jack Faber (Class of 1926), 






Tom Fields (Class of 1942), Al 






1990 Inductees 


Heagy (Class of 1930), Jim Kehoe 






Hotsy Alperstein, '42, boxmg 


(Class of 1940) and Jack Scarbath 






Ernest J. Betz, 58, lacrosse 


(Class of 1952). Arthur L. Kramer 






Charles A. May, '31, basketball, 


(Class of 1942), a letterwinner in 


^^^ 






football, lacrosse 
Edward M Minion, '38, football, 


tennis, was particularly important 






f^ ^ftfl 


lacrosse 


in the founding of the Hall of 






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Milton M. Mulitz, '40, basketball, 


Fame. 






'<.i^iH 


lacrosse 


The 1995-1996 committee 






■ ' ^fl 


•Myron B. Sevens, '27, baseball, 


consisted of Athletic Director 
Deborah Yow, Bill Campbell, 
Frank Cronin, Ellie Fields, Jack 




'/ 


1 *>1 


basketball, football 
1991 Inductees 


Bob Pellegrini's year not only includes his admission into the 


College Football Hall of Fame, but last May he was also 


Jack Flynn, '46, basketball, baseball 


Flynn, William (Spider) Fry, John 


admitted to the Maryland Athletic Hall of Fame. Pellegrini 


Stan Jones, '53, football 


Gilmore, James Kehoe, William 


(right) receives his Maryland award from teammate and 


Alan Lowe, '67, lacrosse 


(Sully) Krouse, Doyle P. Royal and 


fellow collegiate captain, Dick Bielski. 


Richard Moran, '60, lacrosse 


Jack Scarbath. 






Edward Rieder, '49, boxing, soccer 




1984 Inductees 


•Kenneth T. Knode, '16, football, 


Gene Shue, '54, basketball 




•Caleb "Zeke" Bailey, '22, football, 


baseball 


•Robert Smith, '41, football, baseball 


The Hall of Fame 


baseball 


•Harry Edwin Semler, '22, football, 






•Brooke "Untz" Brewer, '22, 


baseball 


1992 Inductees 


1982 Inductees 


football track & field 




James H. Belt, '51, soccer 


*Louis W. Berger, '32, football, 
basketball, lacrosse 


John F. Christhilf, '36, lacrosse 


1986 Inductees 


G Irene Knox, '34, rifle 


William W. Cobey, '30, Director of 


Benny Alperstein, '39, boxing 


Raymond Krouse, '50, football 


•Joseph C. Burger, '25, football, 


Athletics 


Francis A. "Bucky" Buscher, '34, 


Richard Modzelewski, '53, football 


basketball, lacrosse 


•Joseph H. Deckman, '31, lacrosse, 


football, basketball, baseball 


Dr. Vmcent Palumbo, '55, boxing 


*Harry C. Byrd, '08, football, 


football 


James R. Kappler, '57, lacrosse 




track & field, baseball coach 


•Charles F. Ellinger, '37, football, 


James H. Kehoe, Jr., '40, track & 


1994 Inductees 


Arthur E. Cook, rifle (Olympic 


lacrosse 


field, , cross country, coach, 


Chet Hanulak, '54, football 


Champion) 


•Albert B. Heagy, '30, football, 


athletic director 


baseball 


*Geary F. Eppley, '21, football, 


basketball, lacrosse coach 


•Jesse J. Krajovic, '31, football, track 


William Hubbell, '52. lacrosse 


track & field coach 


Frederick M. Hewitt, '39, football, 


& field 


Robert C. James, '47, football, 


*John W. Guckeyson, '36, football, 


lacrosse 


John W. Zane, '60, sports 


track & field, basketball 


basketball, track & field, 


John F. Kelly, '37, lacrosse 


information director, assistant 


Mike Sandusky, '57. football 


baseball 


•Ivan M. Marty, '24, lacrosse 


athletic director 


•Alfred J. "Duke" Wyre, 


Charles E. Keller, '37, basketball, 


•William G "Country" Morris, '13 




trainer, 1947-67 


baseball 


football, baseball 


1987 Inductees 




'Frederick C. Linkous, '28, football, 


John C. Norns. '32, football, 


Thomas M. Field, '42, track & 


1995 Inductees 


basketball, lacrosse 


basketball, lacrosse 


field, cross country 


Tom Brown, '62, football, baseball 


•Charles E. Mackert, '21, 


*Edwm E. Powell, '13, lacrosse 


William E. Krouse. '41. football, 


Tom McMillen, '74, basketball 


football coach 


'Gordon S. Pugh, '32, lacrosse 


wrestling, coach 


Dr. Suzanne Tyler, '74, coach of 


•James G. Meade, '39, football 


Jack C. Scarbath, '52 


Thomas A. Mont, '47, football, 


lacrosse, field hockey, 


lacrosse 


football, lacrosse 


basketball, lacrosse, coach 


administrator 


•Julius J. Radice, '30, football, 


•Gerald "Smtz" Snyder, '29, football, 


•George W. Knepley, '39, basketball, 


Frank Urso, '76, lacrosse 


basketball, baseball 


lacrosse 


baseball 


Randy White, '74, football 


*H. Burton Shipley, '14, football, 


•James M. Tatum, football coach 


"Howard V. Keene, '21, baseball 


Earl Widmyer, '35, track & field, 


basketball, baseball coach 


Reginald Van Trump Truitt, '14, 


Charles E. Wicker, '56, lacrosse, 


football 


•William C. Supplee, '26, football, 


lacrosse coach 


soccer 




basketball, track & field 


Robert Ward, '52, football coach 




1996 Inductees 




Albert W. Woods, '33, football coach 


1988 Inductees 


Frank Costello '68, track & field 


1983 Inductees 

'George V. Chalmers, '32, football, 




Clayton A. Beardmore, '62, 


John Lucas '74, basketball 


1985 Inductees 


lacrosse 


'Margaret Mitchell '31, rifle 


basketball, baseball 


Frank H. Cronin, 39, track & field, 


Bernard J. Faloney, '53, football 


Bob Pellegrini '56, football 


•William W. Evans, '30, football. 


boxing coach 


baseball 




basketball, lacrosse 


John F. "Tony" Hough, '25, football, 


John D. Gilmore, Jr., '43, football 


'deceased 


'John E. Faber, Jr., '26, football, 


lacrosse 


basketball, track & field, boxing 




basketball, track & field 


•Thomas J. McQuade, '24, football, 


Herman A. Millikan, basketball 




Norwood S. Sothoron, '35, football, 


lacrosse 


coach 




basketball, baseball, lacrosse 


Pershing L. Mondorff, '41, football 


Raymond J. Poppleman, '33 






basketball, baseball, soccer 


football, lacrosse 





178 



Getting the Word Out On Terpageant, Gator Bowl in 1948, 1950 



GATOR BOWL- JACKSONVILLE, FL - 1/1/40 




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 . 
Georgia... 



7 13 
7 13 



20 
20 



M - Gambino 35 run (McHugh kick); G • Rausch 1 run (Gen kick); M 
-Gambino 1 run (kick failed); M - Gambino 24 pass from Baroni (McHugh 
kick); G - Gen 4 run (kick failed); G - Donaldson 9 pass from Rauch (Gen 
kick). 



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.; Geri 7 for 56 yds.; Henderson 8 for 48 
yds.; Reid 7 for 46 yds. 

The first capacity crowd in Gator Bowl history - attendance was 16,666 that 
day - witnessed one of the greatest games in the stoned history of the bowl. 
A young Maryland team, underdog to an expenenced Georgia squad, got up 
by 13 pomts m the fourth quarter and eventually settled for the 20-all tie. Lou 
Gambino was a one-man wrecking crew for the Terrapins, scoring the only 
touchdown of the first half on a 35-yard run. In the second half, after a 
Georgia score, Gambino scored on a 1-yard run and on a 24-yard pass from 
John Baroni. A senes of special teams miscues - namely a short kickoff and 
mishandled punt - set up Georgia'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 

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Halfback Bob Shemonski scored two touchdowns during 
Maryland's 20-7 victory over Missouri in the 1950 Gator 
Bowl. 



Maryland . 
Missouri . . 



7 13 
7 



20 
7 



MD- Shemonski 11 run (Dean kick); MD - Modzelewski 2 run (kick failed); 
MD -Shemonski 6 run (Dean kick); M - Khen 4 run (Glorioso 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 in the first half.Missouri turned the ball over and all three times 
Maryland took it m for touchdowns as the Terrapins handed the Tigers their 
second consecutive Gator Bowl loss. Defensive back John Idzik set up 
Maryland's first score with a 26-yard interception return to the Mizzou 11. Bob 
Shemonski scored on a sweep on the next play, and the rout was on. Ed 
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, 
Jan. 1, 
Jan. 1. 
Jan. 1, 
Jan. 1, 
Dec. 28 
Dec. 16 
Dec. 29 
Jan. 1, 
Dec. 22 
Dec. 23 
Dec. 20 
Dec. 25 
Dec. 17 
Dec. 22 
Dec. 21 
Dec. 15 



1948 
1950 
1952 
1954 
1956 
1973 
1974 
1975 
1977 
1977 
1978 
1980 
1982 
1983 
1984 
1985 
1990 



Gator 

Gator 

Sugar 

Orange 

Orange 

Peach 

Liberty 

Gator 

Cotton 

Hall of Fame 

Sun 

Tangerine 

Aloha 

Flonda Citrus 

Sun 

Cherry 

Independence 



20 
20 
28 



6 
16 

3 
13 
21 
17 


20 
20 
23 
28 
35 
34 



Georgia 

Missouri 

Tennessee 

Oklahoma 

Oklahoma 

Georgia 

Tennessee 

Florida 

Houston 

Minnesota 

Texas 

Florida 

Washington 

Tennessee 

Tennessee 

Syracuse 

Louisiana Tech 



20 

7 

13 

7 

20 

17 

7 



30 

7 

42 

35 

21 

30 

27 

18 

34 



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Getting the Word Out On Gator Bowl in 1952, The Orange in 1954 



SUGAR BOWL - NEW ORLEANS, LA - 1/2/52 

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Quarterback Jack Scaibath (Dark Jersey, #62) led 
Maryland to the upset victory over No. 1 ranked 
Tennessee in the 1952 Sugar Bowl. Scaibath guided 
Maryland to three touchdowns and an insurmountable 
21-6 lead in the first hall. 



INDIVIDUAL LEADERS 
PASSING: 

Maryland - Scaibath, 6 for 9, 57 yds. 

Tennessee - Payne, 7 of 14. 

RUSHING: 

Maryland - Ed Modzelewski, 28 for 153 yds.; Fullerton, 9 for 22 yds. 

Tennessee - Payne, 11 for 54; Kozar, 9 for 29. 

In a game historians even today call the biggest win in Maryland football 
history, Jim Tatum's Terrapins upset the nation's No. 1 ranked Tennessee 
Volunteers of Gen. Bob Neyland. Buoyed by the running of All-American 
fullback Ed "Mighty Mo" Modzelewski (153 yards on 28 carries) and 
All-American 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 in the third quarter with a 46-yard interception return for a 
TD by Ed Fullerton for a 28-6 margin lead. The Terrapin defense was brilliant 
all afternoon. 



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the 1954 Orange Bowl. The Terps won the national 
championship with a perfect 10-0 regular season record 
that year. 



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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 










Penalties - Yards 






12-120 






2-20 




PASSING: 







Maryland - Boxold, 3 of 9. 42 yds., 1 Int. 

Oklahoma - Calame, 4 of 4, 22 yds. 

RECEIVING: 

Maryland - Nolan, 2 for 31 yds. 

Oklahoma - R. Bums, 3 for 17 yds. 

RUSHING: 

Maryland - Felton, 10 for 51 yds. 

Oklahoma - Gngg, 13 for 89 yds., 1 TD. 

Attendance - 68,718 

The Terrapins took another undefeated (10-0) record and the nation's No. 1 
ranking in their second Orange Bowl visit in three years, and again played 
Oklahoma. The Sooners. completely unawed by the Terps National 
Championship team, staged a second quarter land rush to score the only score 
on a 25-yard sprint 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 injury. He entered the game m the 3rd quarter for 
five plays, but was unable to continue. 



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U Getting the Word Out On Orange Bowl in 1956, The Peach in 1973 



ORANGE BOWL - MIAMI, FL - 1/2/56 




Running back Ed Vereb ran (or a game nigh 108 yards 
and one touchdown versus Oklahoma in the 1956 Orange 
Bowl. 



Maryland 6 = 

Oklahoma 14 6 = 

M - Vereb 15 run (kick failed); - McDonald 4 run (Pnces kick); - 
O'Neal 1 run (Prices kick); - Dodd 82 interception return (kick failed). 



First Downs 
Rushes - Yards 
Passing Yards 
Passing 
Punts • Avg. 
Fumbles - Lost 
Penalties - Yards 



TEAM STATISTICS 
Maryland 

9 
47-187 

46 

3-10-3 

7-40 

3-2 

4-61 



Oklahoma 

16 
64-202 

53 

4-10-1 

8-34 

1-1 

4-35 



INDIVIDUAL LEADERS 
PASSING: 

Maryland - Beightol. 2 of 7, 46 yds, 2 Int.; Tamburello, 1 of 2, 11 yds.. 1 Int. 

Oklahoma - Harris, 3 of 5, 34 yds.; McDonald, 1 of 4, 19 yds. 

RECEIVING: 

Maryland - Cooke, 1 for 21; Flynn, 1 for 14; Healy, 1 for 11. 

Oklahoma - Bums, 2 for 28; Pnces, 1 for 19 

RUSHING: 

Maryland - Vereb, 8 for 108, 1 TD; Perlo, 6 for 22. 

Oklahoma - Hams, 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 m 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 theu second Orange Bowl win over the Terps. 



PEACH BOWL - ATLANTA, GA - 12/28/73 




Tig/it end Walter White caught two passes for 106 yards 
and one touchdown as Maryland played Georgia in the 
1973 Peach Bowl. 



Maryland . 
Georgia... 



10 6 
10 7 



16 

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 



First Downs 
Rushes - Yards 
Passing Yards 
Return Yards 
Passing 
Punts - Avg. 
Fumbles - Lost 
Penalties - Yards 



TEAM STATISTICS 
Maryland 

15 

52-219 

242 

14 

8-18-1 

6-32 

4-3 

5-63 



Georgia 

11 
56-170 

114 

3 

5-16-1 

8-41 

2-2 

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 pomts. 



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Getting the Word Out On Liberty Bowl in 1974, The Gator in 1975 



LIBERTY BOWL - MEMPHIS, TO - 12/16/74 




Quarterback Bob Avellini threw for 158 yards and 
tailback Louis Carter rushed 22 times for 65 yards as 
Maryland played Tennessee in the 1974 Liberty Bowl. 



Maryland 







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Tennessee 





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M - Mike-Mayer 28 FG; T - 


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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 - Avellini, 15 of 22 for 158 yds., 2 Int. 

Tennessee - Holloway, 6 of 15 for 54 yds.; Wallace, 1 of 1 for 11 yds., 1 TD 

RECEIVING: 

Maryland -- White, 5 for 68 yds; Carter, 6 for 49 yds. 

Tennessee - Seivers, 4 for 38 yds., 1 TD; Morgan, 2 for 14 yds. 

RUSHING: 

Maryland - Carter, 22 for 65 yds.; Bloomingdale, 8 for 36 yds. 

Tennessee - Gayle, 17 for 106 yds.; Holloway, 12 for 41 yds. 

Attendance - 51,284 

Tennessee scored their only but winning touchdown with 2:08 left in the 
game. The winning score came on a 11-yard pass from second string 
quarterback Randy Wallace to end Larry Seivers. It was Wallace's only pass of 
the game. The Terps were punting from their 13 when a bad snap from center 
was recovered by the Vols on the Terps 7. After a loss of 4 yards, Wallace 
threw for the score. The Terps put on a desperation dnve and an apparent 
20-yard TD winning reception was ruled out of bounds. 



GATOR BOWL - JACKSONVILLE, FL - 12/29/75 




Tight 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 m 
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 mto 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 wm over a SEC team 
smce 1955. The Gators went mto the game (9-2) as the SEC's total offense 
leader. 



182 



Getting the Word Out On Hall of Fame in 1977, The Cotton 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 6 3 



21 

30 



H - Thomas 11 run (Coplin kick); H - BlackweU 33 run (Coplin kick); H - 
Blackwell 1 run (Coplin kick); M - Manges 6 run (Loncar 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. 



First Downs 
Rushes - Yards 
Passing Yards 
Return Yards 
Passing 
Punts • Avg. 
Fumbles - Lost 
Penalties - Yards 



TEAM STATISTICS 
Maryland 

17 
40-120 

179 

13 
17-32-0 
6-44.0 

1-1 
8-80 



Houston 

20 
64-320 

108 

5 
5-8-0 
4-36.0 

4-3 

5-22 



INDIVIDUAL LEADERS 
PASSING: 

Maryland - Manges, 17 of 32, 179, 1 TD 
Houston — Davis, 5 of 8, 108, 1 TD 
RECEIVING: 

Maryland - Kinney, 6 for 72; Wilson, 5 for 26; Richards, 3 for 39 
Houston - Foster, 3 for 62; Bass. 1 for 33. 1 TD; Lavergne, 1 for 13 
RUSHING: 

Maryland - Scott, 11 for 47; Manges, 14 for 32, 1 TD; Wilson, 9 for 28. 
Houston - Blackwell, 22 for 149. 2 TD's; Thomas, 14 for 104, 1 TD; 
Davis. 21 for 51 
Attendence - 58,500 

Houston quickly dashed the undefeated hopes of the Terrapins for a perfect 
season as the Cougars upset the favored Terps in their first Cotton Bowl 
appearance and first ever meetmg 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. 



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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). 





TEAM STATISTICS 






Maryland 


Minnesota 


First Downs 


15 


17 


Rushes - Yards 


41-120 


55-113 


Passing Yards 


211 


155 


Return Yards 


3 


6 


Passing 


12-23-1 


13-26-0 


Punts - Avg. 


5-36.8 


9-27.7 


Fumbles - Lost 


3-2 


3-2 


Penalties - Yards 


12-80 


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. 



183 



Getting the Word Out On Sun Bowl in 1978, The Tangerine in 1980 



SUN BOWL - EL PASO, TX - 12/23/70 




Running back Steve Atkins became one of only four 
Teips to run for over 1,000 yards in a season in leading 
Maryland to the 1978 SunBowl. 

Maryland 0=0 

Texas 21 7 14 = 42 

T — L. Jones 7 run (Erxleben kick); T - J. Jones 1 run (Erxleben kick); T - 
L. Jones 29 pass from McBath (Erxleben kick); T - McBath 2 run (Erxleben 
kick); T - J. Jones 14 run (Erxleben kick); T - H. Jones 32 run (Erxleben 
kick). 



INDIVIDUAL LEADERS 
PASSING: 

Maryland - O'Hare, 12 of 27 for 146 yds., 3 Int.; M.Tice, 5 of 16 for 68 yds., 

1 Int. 

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 - 33,122 

The Jones boys, "Lam", "Jam" and "Ham" scored five of Texas' six 
touchdowns, three in the first quarter. The loss, before a national television 
audience and a record Sun Bowl crowd of 33,122, was the worst in Coach 
Jerry Claiborne's seven years at Maryland. The Terps had scored in 95 
consecutive games, 82 of the games since Claiborne's arrival in 1972. It was 
the third longest streak in the nation. 



TANGERINE BOWL - ORLANDO, FL - 12/20/80 




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 3 6 11 = 20 

Florida 14 14 7 = 35 

M - Castro 35 FG; F - Collinsworth 24 pass from Peace (Clark kick); M - 
Castro 27 FG; M - Castro 27 FG; F - Jones 2 run (Clark kick); M - Wysocki 
1 run (Tice run); M - Castro 43 FG; F - Peace 1 run (Clark kick); F - 
Collinsworth 21 pass from Peace (Clark kick); F - Brown 2 run (Clark 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 tat, 

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. 



184 



Getting the Word Out On Aloha Bowl 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 = 20 

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 
INDIVIDUAL LEADERS 


28:56 


PASSING: 






Maryland - Esiason. 19 of 32. 1 TD 




Washington - Cowan 


33 of 55, 3 TD's 




RECEIVING: 






Maryland - Tice, 6 for 85 yds.; D'Addio. 4 for 30 yds.; Nash. 


3 for 52 yds. 


Washington - Skansi. 


10 for 81 yds.; Allen, 8 for 152 yds.. 3 TD's: Lutu, 7 for 


57 yds. 






RUSHING: 






Maryland - Nash. 11 for 41 yds.; Joyner. 10 for 28 yds. 




Washington - Robinson, 16 for 50 yds.; Cowan, 4 for 13 yds 




Attendance - 30,055 







This was the first Aloha Bowl game. Maryland took a 20-14 lead with 10:44 
remaining in the game. With a chance to go up by 9 points with 3:39 left in 
the game. Jess Atkinson failed on a 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 




Running 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 = 2 

Tennessee 7 3 6 14 = 3 

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 - Atkmson 22 
FG; T - Henderson 19 run (pass failed): M - Badanjek 3 run (Badanjek run); 
T - J. Jones 1 run (Reveiz kick); T - J. Jones 2 run (Reveiz kick); 
M - Atkinson 26 FG. 





TEAM STATISTICS 






Maryland 


Tennessee 


First Downs 


17 


25 


Rushes - Yards 


34-95 


49-201 


Passing Yards 


253 


185 


Return Yards 


10 


26 


Passing 


18-28-1 


16-23-1 


Punts - Avg. 


0-0 


1-47 


Fumbles - Lost 


3-1 


1-1 


Penalties - Yards 


6-32 


1-5 


Time of Possession 


29:48 


30:12 



INDIVIDUAL LEADERS 
PASSING: 

Maryland - Esiason, 4 of 6 for 61 (Injured 2nd Q.); Reich. 14 of 22. 192 yds., 1 
Int. 

Tennessee - Cockrell, 16 of 23. 185 yds.. 1 TD, 1 Int. 
RECEIVING: 

Maryland - Davis. 4 for 66; Joyner. 4 for 65; Badanjek, 4 for 36. 
Tennessee - Duncan, 6 for 59; Taylor. 4 for 68. 1 TD. 
RUSHING: 

Maryland - Joyner. 17 for 58; Badanjek. 14 for 44, 1 TD. 
Tennessee - J Jones. 29 for 154. 1 TD. 
Attendance - 50,183 

For the second consecutive year, the Terps were invited to a bowl game with 
an 8-3 record. Quarterback Boomer Esiason was sacked on the second play of 
the second quarter and suffered a shoulder injury forcing Frank Reich to take 
over. The Terps took a 20-16 lead into the fourth quarter, but the Vols scored 
twice, the second after an interception return to the 14. to get the advantage. 
Jess Atkmson kicked 5 field goals for the Terps. 



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SUN BOWL - EL PASO, TX - 12/22/84 




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 ran (Reveiz kick); T - Reveiz 24 FG; T - Reveiz 52 FG; T - 
McGee 6 pass from Robinson (McGee pass from Robinson); M - Neal 57 run 
(pass failed); M - Atkinson 23 FG; M - Badanjek 1 run (run failed); M - 
Edmunds 40 pass from Reich (Atkinson kick); T - Panuska 100 kickoff return 
(pass failed); M ■ Badanjek 1 run (pass failed). 



INDIVIDUAL LEADERS 
PASSING: 

Maryland - Reich, 17 of 28, 201 yds., 1 TD, 1 Int. 

Tennessee - Robinson, 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 coming back from halftime deficits was nothing new. They 
erupted for 22 third quarter points and a fourth quarter score with 5:35 left to 
play for the win. It was on November 10, they had fallen behind Miami, 31-0, 
at halftime but rallied for a 42-40 victory 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. 



CHERRY BOWL - PONT I AC. MI - 12/21/85 






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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 

Syracuse 

S - McAulay, 26 FG; M 
run (McAulay kick); M - 



6 22 7 = 35 

3 7 8 = 18 

- Gelbaugh, 4 run (kick failed); S - Drummond 10 
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; Gnmes, 4 for 42. 

RUSHING: 

Maryland - Blount, 24 for 135, 1 TD; Badanjek, 11 for 41 

Syracuse - McPherson, 21 for 111, 1 TD; Drummond, 10 for 93, 1 TD 

Attendance - 51,858 

This was the second Cherry Bowl game in the Pontiac Silverdome. The Terps 
scored 22 points in the second quarter to take a 28-10 halftime lead. Each team 
then scored once in the third quarter. Quarterback Stan Gelbaugh, in Ins 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. LB Scott Schankweiler 
was selected defensive player of the game. 



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INDEPENDENCE BOWL - SHREVEPORT, LA - 12/15/90 




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 

Louisiana Tech. 



14 6 4 
14 14 6 



34 

34 



M • Jackson 1 run (DeArmas kick); M - Jackson 2 run (DeArmas tack); LaT • 
Richardson 5 run (Bomol tack); LaT - Davis 3 run (Boniol tack); LaT • Richardson 1 
run (Bomol tack); M • Jackson 11 run (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 - Boniol 29 FG. 
TEAM STATISTICS 

Maryland Louisiana Tech 

First Downs 25 16 

Yards Rushing 150 191 

Yards Passing 254 115 

Total Yards 404 306 

Passing 18-29-3 11-18-1 

Punts-Average 1-34.0 4-37.3 

Fumbles-Lost 3-1 1-1 

Penalties-Yards 6-53 9-88 

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS 
PASSING: 

Maryland - Zolak. 17 of 28, 215 yds., 1 TD, 3 Int.; Jackson, 1 of 1, 39 yds. 
LA Tech - Johnson, 7 of 8, 70 yds. 1 TD; Hughes, 4 of 9, 45 yds.; Slaughter, of 1, 
lint. 

RECEIVING: 

Maryland - Johnson, 5 for 107, 1 TD; Wycheck, 5 for 46; Mason, 3 for 47, 1 TD 
LA Tech - Slaughter, 5 for 66, 1 TD 

RUSHING: 

Maryland - Mason, 15 for 93; Jackson, 17 for 50. 3 TD 

LA Tech - Richardson, 27 for 81, 2 TD; Davis, 12 for 72, 1 3 TD 

Attendance - 48,325 

Although Maryland generated the statistical advantages, it was the Terps who 
needed to rally from being down. 31-20, with 13:52 to go to tie the game. The arm 
of Scott Zolak produced 28 yard (to Mark Mason) and 15 yard (to Barry Johnson on 
fourth dcwn and 12 at La Tech's 15-yard line) TD strikes, the latter coming with 52 
seconds remaining. With the game in hand if it could hold the Techsters out of 
field goal range, Maryland failed to stop them and with no tune remaining a field 
goal was tacked from 29 yards. High points for Maryland were Troy Jackson's three 
TDs. the running of Mason and the pass catching of Johnson. 



Maryland Bowl Records 

Team 
First Downs: 

25, 1990 Independence Bowl (12 rush, 9 pass, 4 penalty) 

22, 1984 Sun Bowl (13 rush, 9 pass) 

22, 1985 Cherry Bowl (13 rush, 8 pass, 1 penalty) 

Opponent's First Downs: 

28, Syracuse, 1985 Cherry Bowl, 28 (11 rush, 16 pass, 1 penalty) 

First Downs Rushing: 

14, 1951 Sugar Bowl 
Opponent's First Downs Rushing: 

14, 1977 Cotton Bowl; 1978 Sun Bowl; 1983 Citrus Bowl 

First Downs Passing: 

12, 1983 Citrus Bowl vs. Tennessee 
Opponent's First Downs Passing: 

15, Washington, 1982 Aloha Bowl 

First Downs by Penalty: 

4, 1990 Independence Bowl 
Opponent's First Downs Penalty: 

2, 1951 Sugar Bowl; 1977 Cotton Bowl, 1977 Hall of Fame Bowl; 

1978 Sun Bowl; 1990 Independence Bowl 

Fewest First Downs: 

9, 1956 Orange Bowl vs. Oklahoma 
Opponent's fewest first downs: 

10, Oklahoma, 1954 Orange Bowl 

Rushing Yards: 

289 yards, 1952 Sugar Bowl vs. Tennessee 
266 yards, 1950 Gator Bowl vs. Missouri 
247 yards, 1948 Gator Bowl vs. Georgia 
Opponent's Rushing Yards: 
320 yards, Houston, 1977 Cotton Bowl 

Rushing Attempts: 

54, 1980 Tangerine Bowl (177 yards) vs. Florida 
54, 1984 Sun Bowl (229 yards) vs. Tennessee 
Opponent's Rushing Attempts: 
64, Oklahoma, 1956 Orange Bowl (202 yards) 
64, Houston, 1977 Cotton Bowl (320 yards) 

Rushing TDs: 

3, 1950 Gator Bowl vs. Missouri 
3. 1984 Sun Bowl, vs. Tennessee 

3. 1990 Independence Bowl vs. Louisiana Tech 
Opponent's Rushing TDs 

5, Texas, 1978 Sun Bowl 

Fewest Rushing Yards: 
68, 1982 Aloha Bowl vs. Washington 
Opponent's Fewest Rushing Yards: 
81, 1952 Sugar Bowl vs. Tennessee 

Passing Yards: 

254 yards, 1990 Independence Bowl vs. Louisiana Tech 

253 yards, 1983 Citrus Bowl, vs. Tennessee 

251 yards, 1982 Aloha Bowl, vs. Washington 

Opponent's Passing Yards: 

369. Washington, 1982 Aloha Bowl 



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Pass completions: 

19, 1982 Aloha Bowl vs. Washington 
Opponent's pass completions: 
35, Washington, 1982 Aloha Bowl 

Pass Attempts: 

43, 1978 Sun Bowl vs. Texas (17 completions) 

Opponent's pass attempts: 

56, Washington, 1982 Aloha Bowl (35 completions) 

Passing TDs: 

2, 1982 Aloha Bowl vs. Washington; 1985 Cherry 
Bowl vs. Syracuse; 

1990 independence Bowl vs. Louisiana Tech 
Opponent's Passing TDs: 

3, Washington, 1982 Aloha Bowl 

Fewest Passing Yards: 

16, 1950 Gator Bowl vs. Missouri 
Opponent's Fewest Passing Yards: 
22, Oklahoma, 1954 Orange Bowl 

Total Yards: 

467, 1985 Cherry Bowl vs. Syracuse (244 rush, 223 pass) 
461, 1973 Peach Bowl vs. Georgia (219 rush, 242 pass) 
430, 1984 Sun Bowl vs. Texas (229 rush, 201 pass) 
Opponent's Total Yards: 
445, Syracuse, 1985 Cherry Bowl 

Fewest Total Yards: 

212, 1954 Orange Bowl vs. Oklahoma 
Opponent's Fewest Total Yards: 
156, Tennessee, 1952 Sugar Bowl 

Pass Interceptions By 

4, 1952 Sugar Bowl vs. Tennessee 
Opponent's Pass Interceptions 

4, Texas, 1978 Sun Bowl 

Fumbles Lost 

3, 1973 Peach Bowl vs. Georgia; 3, 1974 Liberty Bowl 
vs. Tennessee 
Opponent's Fumbles Lost 
3, Houston, 1977 Cotton Bowl 

Penalty Yards 

120 on 12 penalties, 1952 Sugar Bowl vs. Tennessee 

80 on 12 penalties, 1977 Hall of Fame Bowl vs. 

Minnesota 

Opponent's Penalty Yards 

108 on 11 penalties, Florida, 1980 Tangerine Bowl 

Individual 
Rushing Yards 

165 yards (23 carries), Lu Gambino vs. Georgia, 1948 
Gator Bowl 

153 yards (28 carries), Ed Modzewlewski vs. 
Tennessee, 1952 Sugar Bowl 

159 yards (39 carries), Charlie Wysocki vs. Florida, 

1980 Tangerine Bowl 

132 yards (24 carries), Alvin Blount vs. Syracuse, 

1985 Cherry Bowl 

127 yards (20 carries), Steve Atkins vs. Florida, 1975 

Gator Bowl 

126 yards (29 carries). Lou Carter vs. Georgia, 1973 

Peach Bowl 

108 yards (8 carries), Ed Vereb vs. Oklahoma, 1956 

Orange Bowl 

107 yards (12 carries), Tommy Neal vs. Tennessee, 

1984 Sun Bowl 

Opponent's Rushing Yards 

154 yards (29 carries), Johnnie Jones, Tennessee, 
1983 Citrus Bowl 

Rushing Attempts 

39, Charlie Wysocki vs. Florida, 1980 Tangerine Bowl 

Opponent's Rushing Attempts 

29, Johnnie Jones, Tennessee. 1983 Citrus Bowl 

Rushing TDs 

3, Troy Jackson vs. Louisiana Tech, 1990 

Independence Bowl 

Opponent's Rushing TDs 

2, Alois Blackwell, Houston, 1977 Cotton Bowl 

2, Lam Jones, Texas, 1978 Sun Bowl 



2, Jam Jones, Texas, 1978 Sun Bowl 

2, Johnnie Jones, Tennessee, 1983 Citrus Bowl 

Longest TD Run 

57 yards, Tommy Neal vs. Tennessee, 1984 Sun Bowl 

Opponent's Longest TD Run 

33, Alois Blackwell, Houston, 1977 Cotton Bowl 

Passing Yards 

251 yards (19 of 32, 2 TD, 1 Int.), Boomer Esiason vs. 
Washington. 1982 Aloha Bowl 

223 yards (14 of 20, 2 TD, 1 Int.), Stan Gelbaugh vs. 

Syracuse, 1985 Cherry Bowl 

215 yards (17 of 28, 1 TD, 3 Int.), Scott Zolak vs 

Louisiana Tech, 1990 Independence Bowl 

211 yards (12 of 20, TD, 1 Int.), Larry Dick vs. 

Minnesota, 1977 Hall of Fame Bowl 

201 yards (17 of 28, 1 TD, 1 Int.), Frank Reich vs. 

Tennessee, 1984 Sun Bowl 

192 yards (14 of 22, TD, 1 Int.), Frank Reich vs. 

Tennessee, 1983 Citrus Bowl 

Opponent's Passing Yards 

350 yards (33 of 53, 3 TD, Int.), Tim Cowan, 

Washington, 1982 Aloha Bowl 

Pass Completions 

19, Boomer Esiason vs. Washington, 1982 Aloha Bowl 

Opponent's Pass Completions 

33, Tim Cowan, Washington, 1982 Aloha Bowl 

Pass Attempts 

32, Boomer Esiason vs. Washington, 1982 Aloha Bowl 

Opponent's Pass Attempts 

53, Tim Cowan.Washington, 1982 Aloha Bowl 

Passing TDs 

2, Boomer Esiason vs. Washington, 1982 Aloha Bowl 
2, Stan Geibaugh vs. Syracuse, 1985 Cherry Bowl 

2, Scott Zolak vs. Louisiana Tech, 1990 independence 
Bowl 

Opponent's Passing TDs 

3, Tim Cowan, Washington, 1982 Aloha Bowl 

Longest Pass TD 

68, Louis Carter to Walter White vs. Georgia, 1973 

Peach Bowl 

Opponent's Longest Pass TD 

71 yards, Tim Cowan to Anthony Allen, Washington, 

1982 Aloha Bowl 

Total Offense 

252 yards (1 run, 251 pass), Boomer Esiason vs. 
Washington, 1983 Aloha Bowl 
Opponent's Total Offense 

363 yards (13 run, 350 pass), Tim Cowan, 
Washington, 1983 Aloha Bowl 

Receiving Yards 

106 yards (2 catches, 1 TD), Walter White vs. 
Georgia, 1973 Peach Bowl 

126 yards (8 catches, TD), Walter White vs. 
Minnesota, 1977 Hall of Fame Bowl 

107 yards (5 catches, 1 TD), Barry Johnson vs. 
Louisiana Tech, 1990 Independence Bowl 

83 yards (4 catches, TD), Chris Havener vs. Florida, 
1980 Tangerine Bowl 

85 yards (6 catches, 1 TD), Mike Tice vs. 
Washington, 1982 Aloha Bowl 

86 yards (5 catches, 1 TD), Azizuddin Abdur-Ra'oof 
vs. Syracuse, 1985 Cherry Bowl 

Opponent's Receiving Yards 

166 yards, Chris Collinsworth, Florida, 1980 

Tangerine Bowl 

Receptions 

8 (125 yards), Walter White vs. Minnesota, 1977 Hall 

of Fame Bowl 

Opponent's Receptions 

8 (166 yards), Chris Collinsworth, Florida, 1980 

Tangerine Bowl 

8 (152 yards), Anthony Allen, Washington, 1982 

Aloha Bowl 



TD Receptions 

1, Lu Gambio from John Boroni, 1948 Gator Bowl 

1, Bob Shemonski from Ed Fullerton, 1952 Gator Bowl 

1, Walter White from Louis Carter, 1973 Peach Bowl 

1, Kim Hoover from Larry Dick, 1975 Gator Bowl 

1, Eric Sievers from Mark Manges, 1977 Cotton Bowl 

1, Dave DAddio from Boomer Esiason, 1982 Aloha Bowl 

1, John Tice from Boomer Esiason, 1982 Aloha Bowl 

1, Ferrell Edmunds from Frank Reich, 1984 Sun Bowl 

1, Chris Knight from Stan Geibaugh, 1985 Cherry Bowl 

1, Azzizudin Abdur-Ra'oof from Stan Geibaugh, 1985 

Cherry Bowl 

1, Mark Mason from Scott Zolak, 1990 independence 

Bowl 

1, Barry Johnson from Scott Zolak, 1990 

Independence Bowl 

Opponent's TD Receptions 

3, Anthony Allen, Washington, 1982 Aloha Bowl 

All-purpose yardage 

189 yards (165 rush, 24 receiving), Lu Gambino vs. 

Georgia, 1948 Gator Bowl 

184 yards (93 rush, 47 receiving, 44 returns, Mark 

Mason vs. Louisiana Tech, 1990 Independence Bowl 

Opponent's Ail-Purpose Yardage 

216 (166 receiving, 50 returns), Chris Collinsworth, 

Florida, 1980 Tangerine Bowl 

Touchdowns Responsible For 

3, Lu Gambino (35 run, 1 run, 24 pass reception) vs. 

Missouri, 1948 Gator Bowl 

3, Ed Fullerton (2 run, 7 pass, 46 Int. return) vs. 

Tennessee, 1952 Sugar Bowl 

3, Troy Jackson (2 run, 2 run, 11 run) vs. Louisiana 

Tech, 1990 independence Bowl 

Opponent's TDs Responsible For 

3, Tun Cowan (3 TD passes) and Anthony Allen (3 

TD catches), Washington, 1982 Aloha Bowl 

Field Goals 

5 (18, 48, 31, 22 26 yards), Jess Atkinson vs. 

Tennessee. 1983 Citrus Bowl 

4 (35, 27, 27, 43 yards), Dale Castro vs. Florida, 1980 

Tangerine Bowl 

3 (36, 25, 28 yards), Steve Mike-Meyer vs. Georgia, 

1973 Peach Bowl 

Opponent's Field Goals 

2 (24, 52 yards), Fuad Reveiz, Tennessee, 1984 Sun 

Bowl 

2 (36, 29 yards), Chns Boniol, Louisiana Tech, 1990 

Independence Bowl 

Longest Field Goal 

48 yards, Jess Atkinson vs. Tennessee, 1983 Citrus 

Bowl 

Opponent's Longest Field Goal 

52 yards, Fuad Reveiz, Tennessee, 1984 Sun Bowl 

Punting Average 

47.0 (4 for 188 yards, Long of 56), Darryl Wright vs. 

Tennessee, 1984 Sun Bowl 

52.4 (5 for 262 yards, Long of 77), Mike Sochko vs. 

Houston, 1977 Cotton Bowl 

53.0 (3 for 159 yards), Lynn Beightol vs. Oklahoma, 

1956 Orange Bowl 

Longest Punt 

77 yards, Mike Sochko vs. Houston, 1977 Cotton Bowl 

Opponent's Longest Punt 

67 yards, Don Golden, Georgia, 1973 Peach Bowl 

Longest Kickoff Return 

80 yards, Tommy Neal vs. Tennessee, 1983 Citrus Bowl 

Opponent's Longest Kickoff Return 

100 yard return for TD, Pete Panuska, Tennessee, 

1984 Sun Bowl 

Fumble Return for a TD 

8 yard return, Scott Tye vs. Syracuse, 1985 Cherry 
Bowl 

Interception Return for a TD 

46 yard return, Ed Fullerton vs. Tennessee. 1952 

Sugar Bowl 

Opponent Interception Return for a TD 

82 yards, Carl Dodd, Oklahoma, 1956 Orange Bowl 



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1953 




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1. 


Notre Dame 


1. Tennessee 


1 


Michigan State 


1 


MARYLAND 


1 


Ohio State 


1. 


Oklahoma 


2. 


Oklahoma 


2. Michigan State 


2 


Georgia Tech 


2 


Notre Dame 


2 


UCLA 


2. 


Michigan State 


3. 


California 


3. MARYLAND 


3 


Notre Dame 


3 


Michigan State 


3 


Oklahoma 


3. 


MARYLAND 


4. 


Army 


4. Illinois 


4 


Oklahoma 


4 


Oklahoma 


4 


Notre Dame 


4. 


UCLA 


5. 


Rice 


5. Georgia Tech 


5 


USC 


5 


UCLA 


5 


Navy 


5. 


Ohio State 


6. 


Ohio State 


6. Princeton 


6 


UCLA 


6 


K i' ■■ ■ 


6 


Mississippi 


6. 


TCU 


7. 


Michigan 


7. Stanford 


7 


Mississippi 


7 


Illinois 


7 


Army 


7. 


Georgia Tech 


8. 


Minnesota 


8. Wisconsin 


8 


Tennessee 


8 


Georgia Tech 


8 


MARYLAND 


8. 


Auburn 


9. 


LSU 


9. Baylor 


9 


Alabama 


9 


Iowa 


9 


Wisconsin 


9. 


Notre Dame 


10. 


Pacific 


10. Oklahoma 


10 


Texas 


10 


West Virginia 


10 


Arkansas 


10. 


Mississippi 


11. 


Kentucky 


11. TCU 


11 


Wisconsin 


11 


Texas 


11 


Miami (Fla.) 


11. 


Pittsburgh 


12. 


Cornell 


12. California 


12. 


Tulsa 


12 


Texas Tech 


12 


West Virginia 


12. 


Michigan 


13. 


Villanova 


13. Virginia 


13. 


MARYLAND 


13 


Alabama 


13 


Auburn 


13. 


USC 


14. 


MARYLAND 


14. San Francisco 


14. 


Syracuse 


14 


Army 


14 


Duke 


14. 


Miami (Fla.) 


15. 


Santa Clara 


15. Kentucky 


15. 


Florida 


15 


Wisconsin 


15 


Michigan 


15. 


Miami (Ohio) 


16. 


North Carolina 


16. Boston Univ. 


16. 


Duke 


16 


Kentucky 


16 


Virginia Tech 


16. 


Stanford 


17. 


Tennessee 


17. UCLA 


17. 


Ohio State 


17 


Auburn 


17 


USC 


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Texas A&M 


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Princeton 


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18. 


Purdue 


18 


Duke 


18 


Baylor 


18. 


Navy 


19. 


Michigan State 


19. Holy Cross 


19. 


Princeton 


19 


Stanford 


19 


Rice 


19. 


West Virginia 


20. 


Missouri 
Baylor 


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20. 


Kentucky 


20 


Michigan 


20 


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Notre Dame 


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Oklahoma 


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Pittsburgh 


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Penn State 


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Ohio State 


2. USC 


2. 


Arizona State 


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USC 


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USC 


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SMU 


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Oklahoma 


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Alabama 


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Michigan 


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Oklahoma 


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Nebraska 


4. 


Alabama 


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Ohio State 


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Houston 


4 


Penn State 


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Georgia 


5. 


Penn State 


5. Alabama 


5. 


UCLA 


5. 


Oklahoma 


5 


Michigan 


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UCLA 


6. 


Michigan 


6. Notre Dame 


6. 


Texas 


6. 


Ohio State 


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Clemson 


6. 


Arizona State 


7. 


Nebraska 


7. Penn State 


7. 


Arkansas 


7 


Texas A&M 


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Notre Dame 


7. 


Washington 


8. 


use 


8. Auburn 


8. 


Michigan 


8. 


MARYLAND 


8 


Nebraska 


8. 


Clemson 


9. 


Arizona State 


9. Nebraska 


9. 


Nebraska 


9. 


Nebraska 


9 


Texas 


9. 


Arkansas 




Houston 


10. Miami (Ohio) 


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Penn State 


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Georgia 


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Houston 


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Pittsburgh 


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Texas A&M 


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Alabama 


11 


Arkansas 


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LSU 


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UCLA 


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Miami (Ohio) 


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Notre Dame 


12 


Michigan State 


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Ohio State 


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LSU 


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Texas Tech 


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Florida State 


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Texas 


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Oklahoma State 


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Auburn 


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Miami (Ohio) 


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UCLA 


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USC 


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Colorado 


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Colorado 


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Georgia 


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Oklahoma 


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USC 


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Kansas 


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Arizona 


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Kentucky 


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North Carolina 


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Tennessee 


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Georgia 


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Iowa State 


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Texas A&M 


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Washington 


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Florida 


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Nebraska 


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Nebraska 


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Georgia 


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Nebraska 


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Boston College 


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Oklahoma 


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Arizona State 


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Bngham Young 


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Boston College 


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Miami 


7. 


Oklahoma State 


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Pittsburgh 


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Michigan 


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Oklahoma State 


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Arkansas 


8. 


Ohio State 


8. 


SMU 


8. 


Texas A&M 


9. 


UCLA 


9. Miami (Fla.) 


9. 


Clemson 


9. 


Florida 


9. 


MARYLAND 


9. 


UCLA 


10. 


use 


10. Iowa 


10. 


Washington 


10. 


Clemson 


10. 


South Carolina 


10. 


Iowa 


11. 


South Carolina 


11. Nebraska 


11. 


LSU 


11. 


Illinois 


11. 


use 


11. 


Nebraska 


12. 


MARYLAND 


12. Arkansas 


12. 


Florida State 


12. 


SMU 


12. 


UCLA 


12. 


Alabama 


13. 


Ohio State 


13. Alabama 


13. 


Ohio State 


13. 


Alabama 


13. 


LSU 


13. 


Ohio State 


14. 


Auburn 


14. Ohio State 


14. 


USC 


14. 


Air Force 


14. 


Ohio State 


14. 


Florida State 


15. 


LSU 


15. Florida State 


15. 


Oklahoma 


15. 


West Virginia 


15. 


Auburn 


15. 


Arkansas 


16. 


Iowa 


16. Bngham Young 


16. 


Auburn 


16. 


Iowa 


16. 


Miami 


16. 


Brigham Young 


17. 


Florida State 


17. Baylor 


17. 


West Virginia 


17. 


Tennessee 


17. 


Florida State 


17. 


MARYLAND 


18 


Miami (Fla.) 


18. MARYLAND 


18. 


MARYLAND 


18. 


UCLA 


18. 


Virginia 


18. 


Georgia Tech 


19. 


Kentucky 


19. Georgia Tech 


19. 


North Carolina 


19. 


Pittsburgh 


19. 


Kentucky 


19. 


Baylor 


20 


Virginia 


20. LSU 


20. 


Texas 


20. 


Penn State 


20. 


Iowa 


20. 


Auburn 








21. 


Michigan 


21. 


Oklahoma 


21. 


West Virginia 


21. 


LSU 








22. 


Alabama 


22. 


Boston College 


22. 


Army 


22. 


Army 








23. 


Tulsa 


23. 


Oklahoma State 


23. 


Georgia 


23. 


Fresno State 








24. 


Iowa 


24. 


MARYLAND 


24. 


Air Force 


24. 


Georgia 








25. 


Florida 


25. 


East Carolina 


25. 


Notre Dame 


25. 


Oklahoma State 



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The First Commercially Televised Game 

The first regularly scheduled, commercially televised production as 
we know it today, came 56 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, there were two 
television 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 in many parts of the city who 
had television sets that were able to receive programming from station 
W3XE (in later years it became NBC outlet WPTZ-TV and KYW-TV). 
The game was the opener for both teams as was part of a golden era m 
Eastern Football when teams like Pennsylvania led the nation in 
attendance. 

The televised game most noted by historians as bemg first was an 
encounter between Fordham and 
Waynesboro (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 in 1940. 
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 
televise a college game. Years later, the 
NCAA lost a lawsuit to Georgia and 
Oklahoma, who won the right to contract 
their own rights fees for television. 
Working with the Pennsylvania Athletics 
Department during the Philco years was 
Castleman D. Chesley. Later he would 
become the genius behind televising 
Atlantic Coast Conference basketball, 
helping the league dominate in televising 
its games before other leagues thought of 
catching up. 







1996 Television Schedule 






Maryland opens its league schedule versus 


Virginia on Jefferson Pilot Television on September 14. 


The Terps then return to ESPN's special 


Thursday night game of the week as they play host to Georgia Tech in the first nationally televised game from Byrd Stadium 


since 1989. 






1996 ACC Television Schedule 






Day 


Date 


Game 


Network 


Time 


Saturday 


August 31 


Clemson at North Carolina 


ABC 


3:30 


Saturday 


September 7 


Furman at Clemson 


JP 


Noon 






Georgia Tech at N.C. State 


ABC 


Noon 






Duke at Florida State 


ABC 


3:30 






North Carolina at Syracuse 


ESPN2 


6:00 


Saturday 


September 14 


Maryland at Virginia 


JP 


Noon 






Northwestern at Duke 


ABC 


3:30 


Thursday 


September 19 


Florida State at N.C. State 


ESPN 


8:00 


Saturday 


September 21 


Virginia at Wake Forest 


JP 


Noon 






Georgia Tech at North Carolina 


ABC 


3:30 


Thursday 


September 26 


Duke at Georgia Tech 


ESPN 


8:00 


Saturday 


September 28 


Wake Forest at Clemson 


JP 


Noon 






North Carolina at Florida State 


ABC 


3:30 






Texas at Virginia 


ESPN 


7:30 


Saturday 


October 5 


Clemson at Florida State 


ESPN 


7:00 


Thursday 


November 14 


Georgia Tech at Maryland 


ESPN 


8:00 


Saturday 


November 30 


East Carolina vs. N.C. State 


ESPN2 


3:00 



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Jefferson Pilot's ACC Voices 

Jack Corrigan 
Play -by -Play 

Jack Corrigan will serve Jefferson Pilot as its play-by-play announcer 
for the second consecutive season after seven years as ACC Football 
color commentator. He has been the television play-by-play voice of the 
Cleveland Indians for the past 11 years. Corrigan was an All-Ivy League 
split end during his playing days as a Cornell undergraduate. He has 
served his alma mater on its Board of Athletic Overseers. In addition to 
his broadcasting duties, Corrigan serves as an assistant coach for the 
national powerhouse St. Ignatius varsity in Cleveland. 

Rick Walker 

Color Commentator 

Rick Walker is in his second season on the Jefferson Pilot 
broadcasting crew. He joined the Jefferson-Pilot team in 1995 and has 
been an ESPN commentator for both Arena and College Football since 
1993. Walker hosts a drive time sports radio talkshow on radio station 
WTEM in Washington. D.C. He has lived in the Washington Area since 
joining the Redskins as a player in 1980. He is an original member of 
the famed "Hogs" and started on two Super Bowl teams for the 
Redskins. 

Mike Hogwood 
Sideline Reporter 

Mike Hogwood is in his eighth consecutive season as Jefferson 
Pilot's sideline reporter for football games. He is the Sports Director of 
WFMY-TV in Greensboro, N.C. He will also host "ACC Football Today" 
for the fifth consecutive season, a 30 minute football illustrated show 
which preceeds each broadcast. Hogwood was at one time the voice of 
the Birmingham Stallions of the USFL and the New Orleans Breakers. 





Maryland Radio Network 


Flagship Stations 




WBAL-AM 


Baltimore 


1090 


WTOP-AM 


Washington, D.C. 


1500 


WAMD-AM 


Aberdeen 


970 


WANN-AM 


Annapolis 


1190 


WI00-AM 


Carlisle, Pa. 


1000 


WTBO-AM 


Cumberland 


1450 


WSER-AM 


Elkton 


1550 


WFMD-AM 


Frederick 


930 


WARK-AM 


Hagerstown 


1490 


WKHW-FM 


Pocomoke City 


106.5 


WTGM-FM 


Salisbury 


960 


WTTR-AM 


Westminster 


1470 



9 NEWS W 



WNUV 

Tvsa 



Learfield Communications 

Leafield Communications was founded in 1972, originally as Missouri 
Network, Inc., by Clyde Lear and Derry Brownfield. What began as a 
small farm network, heard over six radio stations, is now a company that 
provides a wide array of services to hundreds of broadcasters across the 
country. Besides the sports division, Learfield, also does business 
through four other operating divisions: Faim, News, Satellite and Data. 

Learfield Sports is one of the largest sports marketing groups in the 
country. Besides Maryland, Learfield Sports holds the radio broadcast 
rights to the University of Missouri, the University of Iowa, Indiana 
University, Purdue University, the University of Wisconsin, the 
University of Arizona, the University of Oklahoma and Oklahoma State 
University. Learfield also distributes the broadcasts of the University of 
Illinois, Iowa State University and the University of Kansas. 



Terphonics Pronunciations 


1 Dwahn Jones 


Duan Jones 


5 TRAY Evans 


Trey Evans 


6 MAN-Cel Johnson 


Mancel Johnson 


7 Orlando STROH-zhur 


Orlando Strozier 


10 Jee-roy sy-min 


Geroy Simon 


14 Ken muh-stroll-ee 


Ken Mastrole 


22 Ernest Greer 


Ernest Grier 


27 AHN-dray-ul Johnson 


Andreal Johnson 


31 Darryl GUY-ils 


Darryl Giles 


32 Kendall OH-gul 


Kendall Ogle 


35 RyanGHICK 


Ryan Gick 


42 ERwin LIGHT 


Erwin Lyght 


42 Eric Oh-BAH-goo 


Eric Ogbogu 


43 Jason apple-LEE-nixs 


Jason Apolenis 


45 MARRY-oh shuh-VEZZ 


Mario Chavez 


51 Rhett HESS-pritch 


Rhett Hesprich 


52 ruh-SHAHD Smith 


Rashad Smith 


55 Anthony SER-min 


Anthony Surman 


64 Fuh-RAD Hall 


Farad Hall 


65 Pete sore-ren-TEE-no 


Pete Sorrentino 


66 JohnFEW-gill 


John Feugill 


69 Eric GREEN- styne 


Erik Greenstein 


73 Ryan ruh-ZELLY 


Ryan Rezzelle 


75 Brad muh-SEE-nuh 


Brad Messina 


79 Aaron HENNY 


Aaron Henne 


81 Josh HUFF 


Josh Hough 


91 Delbert COW-SET 


Delbert Cowsette 


99 JAY-mee woo 


Jamie Wu 



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Johnny Holliday 

Play-by-Play 

Director of Broadcast Services for Athletics 

Johnny Holliday has earned the reputation as one of the finest play- 
by-play announcers in the nation. Currently in his 18th year covering 
the Maryland football team, he has earned the title, "Voice of the 
Terps." 

Besides calling the action for the Maryland football and basketball 
teams, Holliday is the host of the award-winning Mark Duffner Show. 
During the basketball season, he is the host of the immensely popular 
Gary Williams Show. In addition, he handles a myriad of speaking 
duties withm the Athletics Department - ranging from banquets, to 
alumni functions, to Terrapin Club and M-Club functions and golf 
outings. 

Holliday's list of credits includes ABC's coverage of the 1996 Summer 
Olympic Games in Atlanta and the Winter and Summer Olympics in 
1984, 1988 and 1994. In addition, he has covered championship boxing, 
the Masters, the USFL Game of the Week with former Hall of Famer Paul 
Homing, and television coverage of the Liberty and Aloha Bowls. 

Holliday's announcing career allows him to lay claim to being 
Washington's most versatile broadcaster. Whether it be in radio, where 
he was named America's number one disc jockey during his rock and 
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. 

He brings that ease to the Maryland coach's 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 m regional television advertising. 
He is among the pioneering broadcasters in the nation for the sport of 
women's basketball. 

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. Wasiimgtoman 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 charity. He is mvolved 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. 

He is the recipient of the University of Maryland "M Club" 1995 
Distinguished Citizen Award and is an Honorary Member of the the 
University's chapter of Omicron Delta Kappa. 

Holliday and his wife Mary Claire are the proud parents of three 
daughters. Kellie is a physician along with her husband Steve; they 
reside in Bel Air. Md. 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 junior at Georgetown Visitation Prep School in Washington. 



Johnny Holliday and Mark Duffner at the joe blair weekly 
press luncheon. 




Gerry Sandusky 



Gerry Sandusky 
Color Analyst 

Gerry Sandusky is in his fourth year of teaming with Johnny Holliday 
to bring m-depth analysis of Maryland Football to Terrapin fans. 

Sandusky has been the sports anchor at WBAL - TV in Baltimore, the 
Maryland region's largest NBC affiliate since 1988. He played two years 
of football and one season of basketball at Towson State and earned his 
bachelor's degree from the school in 1983. He began his television 
career at WSVN in Miami before moving to Baltimore and WBAL. He 
was honored with an Emmy in 1992 for his story focusmg on the 
uncertain future of Memorial Stadium. 

Gerry's father John Sandusky has been one of professional football's 
most respected coaches. Gerry grew up watching his dad coach the 
Baltimore Colts from 1959 through 1972. Following the 1972 season, 
John moved to Miami to join former Colt's Head Coach Don Shula. He 
served on the Dolphin's staff until 1995. 

In 1993, Gerry and his wife founded the Joe Sandusky Foundation, a 
non-profit organization devoted to raising money and granting college 
scholarships to financially needy students from Baltimore. He and Lee 
Ann started the foundation in memory of Gerry's brother who died from 
complications of pneumonia in 1978. 

Gerry and Lee Ann have a daughter, Katheryne and a son, Zachary. 




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With the teamwork of the 
administration, an outstanding 
group of coaches and the valued 
support of Terp fans, Terrapin 
athletics has made great strides 
over the past two years. 

■ During the past two years, 
Maryland has seen more on-field 
success than in any Terrapin era 
in over a decade. Maryland 
enjoyed its first winning football 
season in five years last fall, the 
men's basketball team qualified 
for a third straight N.C.A.A. 
Tournament, and both lacrosse 
teams were ranked number one in 
the nation, the women's team 
winning the N.C.A.A. 
Championship. Volleyball was 
selected for N.C.A.A. Tournament 
play, and advanced to the second 
round for the first time in the 
program's history. Both men's and 
women's soccer teams were 
selected to N.C.A.A. Tournament 
berths, and each advanced to the 
final 16 teams in the competition. 
The field hockey team was 
runner-up for the N.C.A.A. 
Championship. The women's 
tennis team qualified for its first 
N.C.A.A. Tournament. Other 
sports have begun a steady rise in 
their competitive level. 

■ The campus building boom 
that has resulted in a half-billion 
dollars in construction at College 
Park has changed Maryland's 
athletic venues to the point where 
they are among the best 
anywhere. Maryland now 
welcomes Terrapin football 
visitors to a Byrd Stadium that has 
had S42 million in renovations. 

■ There are plenty of visitors to 
College Park. Men's basketball 
sold out for the last two seasons, 
and set the all-time attendance 
mark in 1994-95. Maryland led the 
nation in percentage of 
attendance increase among 
Division One football teams in 
1995, and boasted its highest 
individual game crowd in 10 years 
with added stadium capacity. 

■ Maryland, in two of the last 
three years (1994 and 1996), was 
honored for its graduation rates by 
inclusion on the College Football 
Association Honor Roll. In 1994 
and 1995, the N.C.A.A. rated the 
football program among the 
nation's top 20 teams in 
graduation rates. 




Terprominent, 
Athletic Director 
Deborah A. Yow 

If effectiveness is measured by 
how an administrator makes a 
difference, then Deborah A. Yow's 
first two years in College Park 
have been most effective. 

■ Yow has led an 
administrative reorganization that 
puts Maryland in position to meet 
the challenges of the fast- 
changing athletic landscape. 
Included in her appointments are 
the first full-time financial officer 
in the department and its first full- 
time compliance officer. An 
enlarged and aggressive 
marketing thrust has resulted in 
increased attendance and 
revenues in several sports, with 
Maryland leading the nation in the 
average per game increase in 
football attendance in 1995. 

■ Yow indicates, "We run a 
tight ship within UM 
athletics. ..with increased 
accountability and outcomes 
throughout the department." 

■ Numerous athletics facilities 
have been significantly upgraded, 
while over the past two years 
Maryland athletics have made 
wonderful strides upward in the 
Atlantic Coast Conference, and 
outstanding progress in national 
ranking as a total athletics 
program. 

■ Taking on an athletic budget 
deficit that had eluded a solution 
for over a decade, she balanced 
the budget in her first year (1994- 
95). She also helped create a plan 
to eradicate the long term debt of 



Maryland athletics that won the 
approval of the Board of Regents. 

■ Yow is an important 
intercollegiate athletic voice. She 
holds positions on the College 
Football Association Board of 
Directors, is on the board of the 
Sears Cup, and represents the 
Atlantic Coast Conference on the 
N.C.A.A. Management Council. 

Yow's accomplishments have 
come with maximum effort. 
Appointed Director of Athletics on 
August 15, 1994, she took over in 
College Park at the busiest time of 
the year— just when the 24-sport 
program and school year were 
getting underway. Yow 
immediately set about balancing 
the budget, a formidable task 
when combined with demands for 
needed on-field effectiveness and 
improvement. 

The proof of her effectiveness 
is in the results. The athletic 
department balanced its budget 
again in 1995-96. Terrapin teams 
accounted for the most effective 
competitive autumn in memory in 
1995. Both soccer teams qualified 
for N.C.A.A. tournaments, as did 
field hockey and volleyball. 
Maryland again hosted the 
N.C.A.A. men's lacrosse 
championships. In the last two 
years, 160,000 people spent their 
Memorial Day weekends in 
College Park watching lacrosse's 
premier event. 

Appointed athletic director at 
Saint Louis University in 1990, she 
fashioned a Billiken men's 
basketball program that regained 
national recognition with her 
hiring of Coach Charlie Spoonhour 
in 1992, and she oversaw an 
increase in graduation rates to 92 
percent of student athletes. Her 
leadership allowed Sarnt Louis to 
enjoy a competitive rebirth in 
basketball and become a national 
leader in game attendance. 

Prior to becoming an athletic 
director, the indomitable Yow had 
a highly successful career as 
basketball coach. She is the first 
coach in N.C.A.A. history to lead 
previously unranked programs at 
three different Division I schools 
to top 20 rankings. She coached at 
the University of Kentucky. Oral 
Roberts University, and the 
University of Florida to those 
heights. 

Yow began her administrative 



career in 1985 when she moved 
from basketball coach to assistant 
director of the University of 
Florida Gator Boosters, Inc. From 
1987 to 1990 she served as 
Associate Director of Athletics at 
the University of North Carolina, 
Greensboro, before going to Saint 
Louis University 

Yow is the first woman 
athletic director in the Atlantic 
Coast Conference, and one of only 
three in the N.C.A.A. Division LA 
category. She is married to Dr. 
William W. Bowden, III. 




Dr. Charles Wellford is the 
faculty representative to the 
ACC, and chair of the 
University Athletic Council. 
Dr. Wellford is chair of the 
Criminal Justice Department 
on campus, which is the 
highest rated among U.S. 
schools. 



Athletic Directors 

1920-1938 Dr. Harold Clifton Byrd 

1938-1942 Col. Geary Eppley 

1942-1943 Clark Shaughnessy 

1943-1947 Dr. Clarence Spears 

1947-1948 Col. Geary Eppley 

1948-1949 Walter Driskell 

1949-1956 James Tatum 

1956-1969 William Cobey 

1969-1978 James Kehoe 

1978-1979 Carol James 

1980-1981 James Kehoe 

1981-1986 Richard Dull 

1987-1990 Lew Perkins 

1990-1994 AndyGeiger 

1994— Deborah A. Yow 



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Senior Associate 
Athletic Director 
Danita DeHaney 

Danita DeHaney and the 
Maryland colors go well 
together— her involvement with 
College Park athletics goes back 
almost two decades. DeHaney 
assists the athletic director in the 
overall administration of the 
athletic department, including 
performance management, staff 
development and outcomes 
assessment. As part of her 
position, she directs a 
department-wide Continuous 
Quality Improvement Program. 
She also assists in the solicitation 
of gifts for the capital campaign, 
coordinating her efforts through 
the Athletic Advancement office. 
In addition, she serves as the 
department equity officer. A 
cheerleader as a College Park 
undergraduate, she was elected 
captain in her senior year. Her 
Bachelor's degree from the 
College of Business and 
Management was earned in 1981, 
with a concentration in personnel 
and labor relations. For 11 years 
prior to her Maryland appointment 
in June, 1995, she worked for 
Learning International of 
Stamford, CT, as a senior 
executive developing, 
implementing and selling training 
systems designed to improve 
organizational performance. 




Associate Athletic 
Director 
Jamie Pollard 

Jamie Pollard oversees the 
budgetary and business 
operations of the athletic 
department as a Certified Public 
Accountant. A graduate of the 
University of Wisconsin at Oskosh 
in 1987, he went to work for 
Arthur Andersen & Co. in 
Milwaukee as a staff accountant 
upon graduation. In 1989, he was 
appointed Associate Director of 
Athletics for Business and Finance 
at Saint Louis University where he 
oversaw finances and directly 
supervised six intercollegiate 
sports. He assumed his present 
position at Maryland in September 
of 1994. Pollard is an outstanding 
distance runner, having earned 
N.C.A.A. All-America status in 
college. He is a highly effective 
budget and fiscal accountability 
specialist, and serves as chief 
financial officer of the department. 
Jamie is married to Texas native 
Ellen Mouk Pollard. 




Associate Athletic 

Director 

R.D. Helt 

R.D. Helt was appointed 
Associate Director for External 
Operations after serving as 
Assistant Director of Marketing 
and Promotions in 1994-95. 
Under his tutelage, Maryland led 
the nation in average increase for 
football attendance last season. 
Helt began his career at Maryland 
serving as the department's 
football administrator in 1994. 
Previously, he had performed 
marketing and promotions duties 
at both Ohio State and Kent State 
after graduating from Missouri 
Western State in 1985. From 1988 
to 1994, Helt was the Recruiting 
Coordinator in football at the 
University of Kansas, playing a 
role in the emergence of the 
Jayhawks. At Ohio State, where 
he earned his Master's degree in 
Sports Administration, Helt was 
responsible for the marketing of 
women's basketball. He was 
Assistant Director of Marketing at 
Kent State where he worked with 
football and basketball teams. R.D. 
and his wife, Nikki, have one 
child, Christopher. 




Assistant A. D. /Senior 
Women's Administrator 
Patricia Nicol 

Patricia Nicol's outstanding 
competitive record, as student 
athlete and administrator, brought 
her to Maryland last March as 
assistant athletic director for 
seven sports, and as senior 
women's administrator. An 
outstanding runner at the 
University of Rhode Island, where 
she earned a master's in 1983, she 
was admitted to the school's Hall 
of Fame in 1990. Head cross 
country and women's track and 
field coach at West Virginia (1983- 
84), she returned to New England 
and the prep ranks before being 
named Associate A.D. and S.W.A. 
at Providence College in 1990. 
During her time as Friar 
administrator, she was 
responsible for compliance, and 
oversaw the operation of six 
varsity sports, two of which were 
nationally ranked. At Maryland, 
she will oversee women's soccer, 
field hockey, volleyball, 
gymnastics, women's basketball, 
and men's and women's lacrosse. 
Nicol is a native of Providence, 
and she has two children, 
Christine. 12, and Michael, 10. 



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Assistant A.D. for 
Varsity Sports 
Gothard Lane 

Gothard Lane's career at 
Maryland includes roles as coach 
and administrator and spans 22 
years. He presently oversees 13 
varsity sports and coordinates 
championship events on campus. 
He served as the director of the 
men's NCAA. Lacrosse 
championship in 1994, 1995, and 
1996 which set all-time 
attendance records for the sport. 
In recent years Maryland has 
hosted N.C.A.A. championships in 
men's basketball, women's 
volleyball, wrestling and men's 
and women's lacrosse. Lane is a 
graduate of Randolph Macon 
College where he played football. 
He was an assistant coach at 
Tulane and Virginia Tech before 
becoming an assistant at 
Maryland in 1973. He coached 
under Jerry Claiborne before 
being named Assistant Athletic 
Director for Non-Revenue Sports in 
1982. Lane and his wife Mary Lou 
live in Chesapeake Beach. 



Assistant A.D. for 
Student Services 
Javaune Adams-Gaston 

Javaune Adams-Gaston 
oversees the student athlete's 
educational and medical well- 
being by her management of the 
Academic Support Unit and the 
Athletic Medicine support staff. 
Adams-Gaston, a psychologist, 
came to Maryland in 1985 as part 
of the University's counseling 
center, and in 1988 she was 
appointed to direct athletic 
student counseling, a part of 
academic support. In 1992 she 
was appointed an assistant 
athletic director with her present 
expanded duties. In 1994 and 
1995, she served as chair of the 
College Park campus women's 
commission. A 1978 graduate of 
the University of Dubuque with a 
B.S. in biology, 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. Javaune and her husband 
Dimitri have three children, and 
live in Silver Spring, Md. 




Assistant A.D. for 

Dusiness 

Rob Mullens 

Rob Mullens is in charge of 
the day-to-day activities of the 
athletic business office. He 
recommends and implements 
accounting procedures, monitors 
monthly expenses, and assists 
the Associate Director of 
Administration in the overall 
management of financial 
operations. A 1991 business 
administration graduate of West 
Virginia, he earned a Master's 
degree in sports management at 
WVU in 1993. He came to 
Maryland in May of 1995 from 
Miami of Florida, where he was 
senior business manager and the 
chief budget officer for athletics. 
Mullens also worked for the 
accounting firm of Ernst and 
Young (1991-1992) and served as 
a student assistant in the Sports 
Communications office at West 
Virginia (1989-91). 




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Getting the Word Out On Terpersonnel, Athletic Directory 

Athletic Director's Office 

Deborah A. Yow, Director 
(301) 314-7075 
Joyce Taylor, Secretary 
Danita DeHaney, Senior Associate A.D. 
314-8678 

Renee Mahaffey, Secretary 
R.D. Helt, Associate A.D. for External 
Operations 

Jamie Pollard, Associate A.D for 
Administration 
405-0572 

Jodi McCurdy, Assistant to the A.D. 
314-1967 



Advancement 

Greg Manning, Director of Major Gifts 

314-7014 

Stephen Hays, Terrapin Club Director 

314-7019 

David Diehl, Director of M Club, Special Events 

314-7162 

Senior Women's Administrator 

Patricia Nicol, Assistant A.D. 
314-6969 

Business Office 

Robert Mullen, Assistant A.D. 
314-7046 



Sports Marketing 

Neal Eskm, Director 
314-7035 

Student Services/ Academics 

Javaune Adams-Gaston, Assistant A.D. 
314-7040 

Varsity Sports 

Gothard Lane, Assistant A.D. 
314-7001 

Athletic Medicine 

Sandy Worth, Head Trainer 
314-9905 

Compliance & Certification 

Karl Hick, Director 

314-7171 

Luke Glasgow, Certification Coordinator 

314-7258 

Equipment 

Ron Ohnnger, Manager 
314-7331 

Grounds Staff 

Bunk Carter, Head 
314-7383 

Operations and Facilities 

Curt Callahan, Director 
314-7126 




Media Relations 

Herb Hartnett, Director 
314-7064 

Strength & Conditioning 

Dwight Gait, Director 
314-9927 

Ticket Office 

Jack Zane, Manager 
314-7083 

Sports Team Offices/Head Coaches 

Baseball 

Tom Bradley, 314-7122 

Basketball (Men's) 

Gary WiUiams, 314-7029 

Basketball (Women's) 

Chris Weller, 314-8276 

Cross Country (Men's and Women's) 

DanRincon, 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, 314-4161 

Soccer (Women's) 

AlanKirkup, 314-7034 

Softball 

Gina LaMandre, 405-0521 

Swimming and Diving 
(Men's and Women's) 

Jim Wenhold, 314-7030 

Tennis (Men's and Women's) 

JimLaitta, 314-7131 

Track and Field 
(Men's and Women's) 

Bill Goodman, 314-7457 

Volleyball 

Janice Kruger, 314-7009 

Wrestling 

John McHugh, 314-7134 




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THE DEPARTMENT OF ATHLETICS BUILDING BLOCKS 



Major Gifts/ 
Advancement Office 

Quality facilities attract 
outstanding student athletes; 
great crowds, committed fans and 
a tremendous amount of energy 
and excitement. 

Special opportunities exist for 
athletic benefactors to be part of 
the excitement by being 
permanently associated with new 
or improved facilities. 

The Athletic Major Gift Office 
is available to assist you in 
customizing your gift for inclusion 
in your financial portfolio. 

Director of Major Gifts, Greg 
Manning, 314-7072, assistant 
Directors Cheryl Harrison, 405- 
0729 and Craig Brooks, 405-0735. 



Maryland Educational 
Foundation 

The MEF has a new focus. The 
organization, which celebrates its 
50th anniversary this year, is a 
major Athletic Development 
deferred gift-giving arm. 

Deferred gifts are gifts of cash, 
securities, real estate, insurance, 
personal property, life income, 
gifts of pooled income funds, 
charitable remainder annuity 
trusts, charitable gift annuity, 
insurance policies, wills and 
bequests. 

The new focus is vitally 
important. Interests may be 
directed to the foundation at 314- 
7020. 



Terrapin Club, University The M Club 
of Maryland Foundation 



Satisfaction comes from 
knowing a scholarship gift makes 
an academic career possible for a 
gifted Maryland student athlete. 

The Terrapin Club, the annual 
giving arm of the Department of 
Intercollegiate Athletics, is the 
lifeline maintaining scholarship 
support for 24 teams and over 400 
student athletes. 

Intercollegiate athletics at 
Maryland receives no money from 
the state. The annual charitable 
contributions of friends, parents 
and businesses are the lifeline. 

Different levels of membership 
are available. For more 
information, please call 314-7020. 



The varsity letterwinners club 
of the University of Maryland. 
Since 1923, a vibrant spirit behind 
Maryland's rich tradition in 
athletics. 

Provides the opportunity to 
support special events, awards for 
scholar athletes and scholarship 
support of student athletes. 

A $25 donation and a phone 
call to 314-7020 makes you an 
active member of Maryland's 
oldest athletic support group. 




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Grounds Staff 

William "Bunk" Carter is in his 35th year as the Head Groundskeeper 
for the Department of Intercollegiate Athletics. He has spent his entire 
career carmg for the athletic playing fields through seven athletic 
directors and eight football coaches. He has seen the Terps win six 
Atlantic Coast Conference Football Championships and participate in 12 
bowl games. 

Bill Reinhol is in his 18th year on the athletic grounds staff, his 14th 
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 from the University in 1983 and 
earned a second B.S. degree from Maryland in conservation/resource 
development in 1987. Reinhol is an accomplished lecturer, giving 
speeches regarding his talents which range from preparing fields for 
athletic competition to drawing art work on them. 

The grounds staff provides year round maintenance for six natural 
grass fields and one artificial turf facility. The staff began caring for the 
Ludwig Track and Field/Soccer Complex just a year ago. The facility 
played host to a myriad of events including the ACC women's soccer 
and track and field championships and numerous televised events 
during its first year. New this year is a lighted playing field complex 
which is located across from the present football practice fields. The 
new, expanded fields were built because a new $100 million Theater 
Arts center will take away two playing fields. The construction of the 
center will be concluded by the end of the century. 

The staff's work includes a fertilization/herbicide program, painting 
and stenciling fields for various competitions, stadium cleanup and field 
upkeep and renovations. The Terps' astroturf facility, the all-weather 
surface used by football, men's and women's lacrosse and field hockey, 
was installed during the summer of 1994. 

Their work hardly goes unnoticed. The handiwork is constantly 
displayed on national and local television, including ESPN, ESPN2, 
Raycom and Home Team Sports as the Terps appear on the airwaves 
regularly. 




The new $40 million dollar recreation center. 



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Grounds crew: left to right, back: Bill Reinhol, Thomas Brunhart, Darnell Briscoe, McNecio Wallace, William Carter. Front row: 
Willsmore Wallace, Hilary Kabiritsi, Jeremy Cook, Alan Redd. 



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The Equipment Staff 



Ron OhniujiM is in his ninth year as 
the Terps' Head Equipment Manager. 
Ohringei oversees the ordering, 
inventory, maintenance and distribution 
of all athletic equipment for the 
University's 24 intercollegiate sport 
programs. While managing the overall 
equipment operation for the entire 
department, Ohringer concentrates on 
football on a day-to-day basis. 

Ohringer. a Bethesda, Md. native 
graduated from the University of 
Maryland with a bachelor's degree in 
journalism and public relations. While a 
student, he served the football team as a 
manager and was selected as the head 
manager his senior year. 

Following his graduation from the University, Ohringer put his 
degree in public relations to work. He worked as a public relations 
assistant with both the Washington Redskins and Philadelphia Eagles of 
the National Football League. He also worked for the Washington 
Commandos of 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 two full-time assistants, John Bowie and 
Pat Gallagher. 




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Bowie is In his sixth year at 
Maryland. He main responsibilities 
surround the nationally ranked men's 
basketball program team. He also 
assists with football and works with 
women's basketball, volleyball, wrestling 
and men's and women's swimming. He 
is a 1976 graduate of Bowie State 
University. Bowie is married to the 
former Marsha Silver. The couple has 
two sons: Damn and Adrian. 

Gallagher is in his third year on the 
equipment staff. In addition to assisting 
with football, he manages the equipment 
room at the varsity team house. His 
responsibilities include the nationally 

ranked men's and women's lacrosse, men's and women's soccer, field 
hockey and men's and women's track and field teams. While a student, 
Gallagher was a team manager for the football team and head manager 
during his junior and senior seasons. He received his bachelor's degree 
in government and politics. 



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Learfield Maryland 
Radio Network 

Play-by-Play Announcer 
Johnny Holliday 

Sports Anchor 
ABC Radio 
1717 Desales St., NW 
Washington, DC 20036 
(202) 222-7600 
(202) 222-7682 (FAX) 

Football Analyst 
Gerry Sandusky 

Sports Director 
WBAL - TV 
3800 Hooper Avenue 
Baltimore, Md. 
(410) 338-1750 
(410) 338-6526 (FAX) 

Primary Media Outlets 

Washington Post 
David Nakamura 

1150 15th St., NW 

Washington, D.C. 20071 

(202) 334-7350 

(202) 334-7685 (FAX) 

Sports Editor: George Solomon 

Columnists: Mike Wilbon 
Ken Denlinger 
Tony Koraheiser 

Baltimore Sun 
Paul McMullen 

Calvert & Centre Sts. 
Baltimore, Md. 21203 
(410) 332-6200 
(410) 783-2518 (FAX) 
Sports Editor: Jack Gibbons 

Molly Dunham 
Columnists: John Eisenberg 

Ken Rosenthal 

The Washington Times 
Barker Davis 

3600 New York Ave., NE 
Washington, D.C. 20002 
(202) 636-3269 
(202) 529-7869 (FAX) 
Sports Editor: Mark Green 
Columnists: Torn Knott 

Dan Daly 

Dick Heller 

Prince George's Journal 
Ben Lumpkin 
9426 Annapolis Road 
Lanham, Md. 20706 
(301) 731-8303 
(301) 731-8363 (FAX) 
Sports Editor: Ben Lumpkin 
Columnists: Greg Brice 

Montgomery Journal 
Dan Shepherd 

2 Research Ct. 
Rockville, Md. 20850 
(301) 670-1427 
(301) 670-1421 (FAX) 
Sports Editor: Dan Shepherd 

Annapolis Capital 
Bill Wagner 

2000 Capitol Drive 
Annapolis, Md. 21404 
(410) 280-5923 
(410) 268-4643 (FAX) 
Sports Editor: Joe Gross 
Craig Anderson 

Cumberland Times 
Mike Burke 
19 Mechanic St. 



Cumberland, Md. 21502 
(301) 722-4600 
(301) 722-4870 (FAX) 
Sports Editor: Mike Burke 

Easton Star-Democrat 
Bill Haufe 

1 Airport Drive 
Easton, Md. 21601 
(410) 820-6510 
(410) 820-6519 (FAX) 
Sports Editor: Bill Haufe 

Frederick News Post 
Stan Goldberg 

200 E. Patrick St. 
Frederick, Md. 21701 
(301)662-1177 
(301) 662-8299 (FAX) 
Sports Editor: Stan Goldberg 
Columnist: Katrina Waugh 

Gazette Newspapers 
John Evans 

1200 Qunice Orchard Blvd. 

Gaithersburg. Md. 20878 

(301) 948-3120 

(301) 670-7183 

Sports Editor: John Evans 

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) 749-7290 (FAX) 
Sports Editor: Rick Cullen 

Terrapin Times 
Keith Cavanaugh 

P.O. Box 34405 
Bethesda, Md. 20827 
(301)656-8257 
(301) 656-8258 (FAX) 

National Media 

Associated Press 
Dave Ginsburg 

Sports 

222 St. Paul Place 
Baltimore, Md. 21202 
(410) 539-3524 
(410) 727-1550 (FAX) 

USA Today 

Harry Blauvelt/Jack Carey 

Sports 

100 Wilson Blvd 
Arlington, Va. 22229 
(703) 276-3735 
(703) 276-5505 (FAX) 

Student Media 

The Diamondback 

Sports 

3136 South Campus Dmmg Hall 
University of Maryland 
College Park, Md. 20742 



(301) 314-8200 
(301) 314-8358 (FAX) 
Sports Editor: Jon Solomon 

WMUC - Radio 

Sports 

3130 South Campus Dining Hall 

P.O. Box 99 

College Park, Md. 20742 

(301) 314-7866 

(301) 314-7879 (FAX) 

Sports Director: Brian Collevan 

Radio Outlets 

WBAL - Sports 

Josh Lewin/Pam Ward 

3800 Hooper Ave 
Baltimore, Md. 21211 
(410) 338-6592 
(410) 338-6675 (FAX) 

WCBM - Sports 

Stan Charles/Art Sinclair 

68 Radio Plaza 
Owmgs Mills, Md. 21117 
(410) 356-3003 
(410) 363-9226 (FAX) 

WFMD - Sports 
Ron Kitzmiller 

P.O. Box 151 
Frederick, Md. 21701 
(301)948-8521 
(301) 663-5494 (FAX) 

WITH - Sports 
Rob Whiteford 

5 Light St. 
Suite 640 

Baltimore, Md. 21202 
(410) 528-1230 
(410) 528-1256 

WMAL - Sports 
Tim Brant 

4400 Jenifer St. 
Washington, D.C 20015 
(202) 895-2367 
(202) 537-0009 (FAX) 

WOLB - Sports 
Butch McAdams 

100 St. Paul St. 
Baltimore, Md. 21210 
(410) 332-8200 
(410) 783-4791 (FAX) 

WTEM - Sports 
Andy Pollin 

1 1300 Rockville Pike 
Rockville, Md. 20852 
(301) 770-5700 
(301) 881-8025 (FAX) 

WTOP - Sports 

Dave Johnson/Steve Dolge 

3400 Idaho Avenue, NW 
Washington, D.C. 20016 
(202) 895-5060 
(202) 895-5149 (FAX) 

Television Outlets 

WBAL - TV (NBC) 

Gerry Sandusky/Mark Viviano 

3800 Hooper Avenue 
Baltimore, Md. 21212 
(410) 338-1750 
(410) 338-6526 (FAX) 

WBFF - Fox 45 

Bruce Cunningham/Steve Davis 

3500 Parkdale Avenue 



Baltimore, Md. 21211 
(410) 467-5595 
(410) 467-5093 (FAX) 

WHAG - TV Sports 
Gamett Stevens 

13 E. Washington St. 
Hagerstown, Md. 21740 
(301)797-4400 
(301) 745-4093 (FAX) 

WJLA - TV Sports (ABC) 
Rene Knott/Mike Caims 

3007 TUden St., NW 
Washington, D.C. 20008 
(202) 364-7726 
(202) 362-1124 (FAX) 

WJZ- TV Sports (CBS) 
John Buren/Chris Ely 

Television Hill 
Baltimore, Md. 21211 
(410) 578-7522 
(410) 578-0642 (FAX) 

WMAR - TV Sports (ABC) 
Scott Garceau/Keith Mills 
6400 York 

Baltimore, Md. 21212 
(410) 377-7558 
(410) 377-0493 (FAX) 

WMDT - TV Sports 
Barry Hiett/Derek Venkus 
P.O. Box 4009 
Salisbury, Md. 21803 
(410) 742-4747 
(410) 742-5767 (FAX) 

WRC - TV Sports (NBC) 
George Michael/Wally 
Bruckner/Darrian Chapman 
4001 Nebraska Ave., NW 
Washington, D.C. 20016 
(202) 885-4451 
(202) 885-4002 (FAX) 

WTTG - Fox 5 

Steve Buckhantz/Chick Hernandez 

5151 Wisconsm Avenue 
Washington, D.C. 20016 
(202) 895-3026 
(202) 895-3133 (FAX) 

WUSA - TV Sports (CBS) 

Ken Broo/Frank Herzog/Ken Mease 

4100 Wisconsin Ave., NW 
Washington, D.C. 20008 
(202) 895-5600 
(202) 363-6472 (FAX) 

Cable News 21 (Mont. Co.) 
Brian Sinkoff 
7548 Standish Place 
Rockville, Md. 20855 
(301)294-2121 
(301) 294-7476 (FAX) 

CT. Channel 15 (P.G. County) 
Dave Goldman 

9475 Lottsford Road 
Suite 125 
Largo, Md. 20774 
(301) 386-2054 
(301) 322-6132 (FAX) 

Newschannel 8 

Glenn Harris/Steve Bucci 

Michael Kim/ Joyce Jackson 

7600-D Boston Blvd. 
Springfield, VA 22153 
(703) 912-5395 
(703) 912-5329 (FAX) 



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The Football Staff at the State Capitol Building in Annapolis. Front row: Defensive Coordinator Kevin Coyle. Head Coach Mark Duffner. and Offensive Coordinator Dan Dorazio. 
,- The rest of the staff, from left to nght: Defensive End Coach Pete McCarty, Inside Linebacker Coach Mel Foels; Defensive Line Coach Cliff Schwenke; Staff Administrator Mike 
Accorsi, Quarterback Coach Rob Spence. Running Backs Coach Dave Ungerer, Offensive End Coach Dennis Goldman, and Tight End Coach and Recruiting Coordinator Jim Miceli. 




MARYLAND FOOTBALL 1996