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Contents 







THE COACHING STAFF, SUPPORT PERSONNEL. ...8-21 

Ron Vanderlinden, Head Coach 8-11 

Wally Ake, Defensive Coordinator 12 

Craig Johnson, Offensive Coordinator 13 

Rubin Carter, Interior Defensive Line 14 

Chris Cosh, Outside Linebackers, Recruiting 15 

Steve Greatwood, Offensive Line 16 

Mike Gundy, Wide Receivers 17 

Bob Heffner, Tight Ends 18 

Mike Locksley, Running Backs 19 

Doug Mallory, Defensive Backs 20 

Football Support Staff 21-22 

PREVIEWING THE TERPS 24-76 

Season Preview 24-29 

Alphabetical Roster, Pronunciation Guide 30-31 

Numerical Roster, Freshmen/Newcomers 32-33 

State-by-State Roster 34 

Depth Chart 35 

Veteran Player Biographies 36-75 

Newcomer Biographies 76-79 



Apolenis, Jason 67 

Arrington, Jermaine ...50 

Baker, Henry 67 

Barton, Eric 55 

Bising, Guy 38 

Boggs, Bryn 68 

Boone, Damone 45 

Brown, Jason 64 

Brown, Tim 53 

Calendine, Eric 64 

Cheeseboro, Omar 50 

Clary, Marlon 54 

Cowsette, Delbert 60 

Crosby, Clifton 68 

Cmz, Moises 51 

Cummings, Brian 36 

Davidson, Troy 69 

Edwards, Russell 74 

Eiskant, Daniel 69 

Evans, Trey 37 

Feugill, John 39 

Forte, Shawn 70 

Fraser, Quinzy 70 

Gick, Ryan 56 

Giles, Dariyl 71 

Gilliam, Darryl 39 

Grier, Ernest 71 

Hambrick, Julian 61 

Helmer, John 74 

Hesprich, Rhett 56 

Hicks, Eric 65 

Hicks, Johnny 61 

Hough, Josh 54 

Howard, Timm 40 

Huggins, Jomo 57 

Hull, Mike 55 

Jackson, Paul 72 

James, Bmce 51 

1997 OPPONENTS 81-91 

Ohio University/Florida State 81/82 

North Carolina/Temple 83/84 

Duke/West Virginia 85/86 

Wake Forest/Clemson 87/88 

Virginia/NX. State 89/90 

Georgia Tech 91 

1996 SEASON IN REVIEW 93-114 

Team Statistics 93 

Individual Statistics 94 

All- Purpose Statistics 95 



Jenkins, Anthony 62 

Jones, Curtis 52 

Lyght, Erwyn 57 

Mack, Will 37 

Mastrole, Ken 38 

McCauley, Jason 63 

Mentzel, Frank 46 

Messina, Brad 40 

Ogbogu, Eric 65 

Ogle, Kendall 58 

Oliveras, Ramon 63 

Pope, Chris 46 

Purnell, Ted 41 

Rezzelle, Ryan 41 

Rhodes, Brad 75 

Rodgers, Buddy 47 

Rogers, Kenny 48 

Russell, Keon 52 

Sanders, Lewis 72 

Simmons, Rasheed 66 

Smith, Rashad 59 

Starner, Sean 75 

Stewart, Todd 73 

Surman, Anthony 42 

Thomas, Ben 42 

Timmins, Peter 48 

Timothy, Eric 43 

Trammell, Brett 43 

Underwood, Brian 49 

Walton, Kendrick 53 

Ward, Pat 44 

Washington, Lynde 73 

Watkins, Jon 59 

Watkins, Mitch 44 

Westley, Harold 49 

White, Brett 60 

Wu, Jamieson 45 



Defensive Statistics 96 

Superlatives 97 

Starters 98 

Game-by-Game Recaps 99-109 

Atlantic Coast Conference Review 110-113 

ACSWA All-Conference Team il4 

THE ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE 115-116 

History of the ACC 115 

ACC and the Bowl Alliance 116 

HISTORY AND TRADITION 118-139 

Head Coaches/Yearly Summary 118 

Record Versus All Opponents 119 

Year by Year Results 120-132 

Letterwinners 133-139 

RECORDS AND TOP PERFORMERS 141-175 

Rushing 141-146 

Passing 147-152 

Receiving 153-155 

Punting/Kicking 156-158 

Defense 159 

Interception/Kickoff/Punt Returns 160 

Scoring 161 

Total Offense (Individual and Team) 162 

Yearly Rushing and Scoring Leaders 163 

Yearly Passing and Receiving Leaders 164 

Yearly Kickoff and Punt Return Leaders 165 

Yearly Tackle and Interception Leaders 166 

Team Awards 167 

Coaches Awards 168 

All-ACC Performers 169-171 

Football Hall of Fame 172-173 

All-Americans 174-175 

Terps in the NFL 176-183 

POST SEASON 185-200 

ACC Champions 185-188 

Gator Bowl 1948; Gator Bowl 1950 189 

Sugar Bowl 1952; Orange Bowl 1954 190 

Orange Bowl 1956; Peach Bowl 1973 191 

Liberty Bowl 1974; Gator Bowl 1975 192 

Cotton Bowl 1977; Hall of Fame Bowl 1977 193 

Sun Bowl 1978; Tangerine Bowl 1980 194 

Aloha Bowl 1982; Citrus Bowl 1983 195 

Sun Bowl 1984; Cherry Bowl 1985 196 

Independence Bowl 1990 197 

Bowl Records 198-199 

Ranked Terps 200 

THE UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 202-216 

The Story of College Park 202-205 

Dr. William E. Kirwan, University President 206-207 

Dr. Deborah A. Yow, Director of Athletics 208-209 

Athletic Administration 210-211 

Athletic Staff 212 

Terrapin Club 213 

Major Gift Fundraising 214 

Athletic Medicine 215 

Maryland Radio 216 

THIS IS MARYLAND 218-231 

Academic Support 218-219 

Metropolitan Area 220-221 

Byrd Stadium 222-223 

Football Facilities 224-225 

Strength and Conditioning 226-227 

Prominent Maryland Alumni v 228-229 

University Majors 230 

Media Information 231 

Press List 232 



The 1997 University of Maryland 
Football Media Guide is dedicated to 
two very special people — Dr. Stan 
Lavine and Mr. Jim Weir. Dr. Lavine 
first served the Terps as a football let- 
terman in 1948 and 1949 and from 
then, until his passing in December of 
1996, he served the Terps from the 
medical profession. He was on call at 
all times for every student-athli 
who competed at the University. Weir 
was known to a generation of student- 
athletes and coaches as a respected 
member of the sports medicine staff 
at Maryland for over 26 years until his 
passing in November of 1996. 

It was published by the Department 
of Intercollegiate Athletics, Deborah 
A. Yow Director. It was written, com- 
piled and edited by Chuck Walsh, 
Director of Media Relations with con- 
siderable help from Mark Ragonese, 
Tricia Harris, Dave Gell, Phil Hughes, 
Andy Krauss, Josh Hermann, Dave 
0'Brian, Jeff Stauffer and Sandy 
Ratke. Lisa Helfert. is the chief pho- 
tographer for the pubbcation. Layout 
and design is by Dave Pfeiffer of 
Concrete Creative in Beltsville, Md. 
who teamed with Kathy Myrick of 
Baltimore, Md. to produce another of 
his long line of wonderful publica- 
tions for the Department of Ath- 
letics. The pubbcation was printed by 
Chroma Graphics, Inc. of Largo, Md. A 
great deal of thanks goes to the staff 
of Chroma Graphics (Kathy and Rusty 
Coobdge) who hetped make this book 
possible. 

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 in, its 
programs and activities as required by 
federal (Title VI, Title LK, Section 504) 
and state laws and regulations. 
Inquiries regarding compliance with 
Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, 
as amended, Title IX 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 Hombake Library, University of 
Maryland, College Park, MD 20742; 
Telephone 301-405-2838. Inquiries 
concerning the 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). 



TERRAPIN FOOTBALL 



Mission Statement 



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student-athlete, where, 
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We, will foster <wi envirofwvent 
that teaches young vpte*i to: 

1. Relentlessly pursue the ACC Championship, while always 
embracing the highest ideals of intercollegiate athletics and 
staying within the academic mission of the University of 
Maryland; 

2. Appreciate and embrace cultural diversity; 



3. Grow and develop as leaders, as students, and 
as individuals; 

4. Embrace a commitment to each other, 
based on honesty, integrity and strength of 
character; 

5. Strive to seek excellence in everything we do. 



These, cure, the, 
standards for which 
we, sir we,. 






TERRAPIN FOOTBALL 



Mission Statement 




On& Heartbeat 



Our program will be built on the premise that each 
person's individual integrity will be honored. The respect, 
affection and care existing between the players and the 
coaching staff will create the chemistry that will mold 
our football team into a family. We will operate on 
One Heartbeat. 




Tke Maryland Football program unit transform, 
today's student -athlete into tomorrow's leader, 
by fostering an environment where excellence, is 
pursued axad^miaUly, athUtically and socially. 



TERRAPIN FOOTBALL 



Game Day at Byrd 




The Game Day experience 
at Byrd Stadium has a 
uniqueness all of its 
own which can only be 
realized by becoming 
part of the event. The 
pageantry which 
encompasses a Saturday 
in the Park and a 
Terrapin football game 
is unmatched in the 
Atlantic Coast Conference. 
Events on game day 
are fully interactive and 
enjoyed before, during 
and after every game 
at Byrd. 





TERRAPIN FOOTBALL 



Game Day at Byrd 







Maryland fans arrive 
early to generate the 
Terrapin spirit which has 
become a long-standing 
tradition throughout the 
campus on a beautiful 
autumn day. The back- 
drop of the campus only 
enhances the spirit sur- 
rounding a football game 
at Byrd Stadium. The rev- 
elry on campus and 
around the stadium has 
become legendary. 




TERRAPIN FOOTBALL 



Media Exposure 




The Maryland football team 
appeared on television eight 
times during the 1996 season. 
The Terps were seen on ESPN, 
ESPN 2, ABC and Jefferson 
Pilot Teleproductions. 

In 1997 the Terps will 
appear on television no less 
than eight times, with the 
possibility of all 11 regular 
season games being televised. 

Byrd Stadium played host to 
ESPN's Gary Danielson, Brad 
Nessler and Dr. Jerry Punch in 
1996 as the college football 
world tuned to the World Wide 
Leader in sports and watched 
as Maryland defeated Georgia 
Tech. ESPN has been a fre- 
quent visitor to Byrd Stadium 
with the first ever broadcast 
of a sporting event in the 
network's infancy originating 
at the University of Maryland 
in 1979. 

The Terps compete in the 
Atlantic Coast Conference, 
which is annually one of the 
nation's leaders in televised 
games. Teams in the ACC made 
a conference record 56 appear- 
ances on national television 
during the 1996 season. 





TERRAPIN FOOTBALL 



Ron Vanderlinden 




HEAD COACH 



A lightening bolt of enthusiasm struck College 
Park on December 4, 1996, when Director of 
Athletics Deborah A. Yow introduced Ron 
Vanderlinden as the Terps' 33rd head coach to a 
standing room only crowd of boisterous sup- 
porters, alumni and fans. 

Vanderlinden comes to Maryland from 
Northwestern University where he helped the 
Wildcat program fashion a meteoric rise into the 
upper echelon of college football. Vanderlinden 
became the assistant head coach and defensive 
coordinator to Gary Barnett at Northwestern 
University in 1992 and in a span of four years, 
helped transform the dormant program into a 
two-time Big Ten Conference champion. He 
helped mold a 3-8 team in his first season into 
a Rose Bowl participant in his fourth season. 
The Wildcats won 15 of 16 Big Ten games in 
1995 and 1996 after having won only five in 
the first three seasons. 

"It is with great excitement, enthusiasm and 
anticipation that I now join the University of 
Maryland football family," said Vanderlinden on 
the day of his appointment. "Our standard for 
success will be winning the ACC Championship." 

The Wildcats were Big Ten Champions and 
played Southern California in the 1996 Rose 
Bowl and finished as the conference 
Co-Champions and played Tennessee in the 
Citrus Bowl in 1997. 

Vanderlinden was the architect of 
Northwestern's defensive unit which finished 
first in the nation in 1995 in scoring defense 
(12.7 points per game), and third in turnover 
margin (+1.82 per game). In 1996, the Wildcats 
ranked 19th in the nation in turnover margin 
(+ 0.73 per game). 

In addition to serving as the defensive coordi- 
nator, Vanderlinden coached the Wildcats inside 
linebackers and punt return unit. The punt 
return unit finished first in the nation in 1992, 
fourth in the nation in 1993 and ninth in the 
nation in 1995. 




"When I first visited the University of 
Maryland, I was immediately impressed 
with the beauty of the Maryland campus. 
Our stadium and press box have recently 
been renovated. It is user friendly, and is 
one of the most updated and beautiful 
stadiums in the nation. Being right in 
the center of campus adds to its appeal. 
I found the football complex to have 
recently been constructed and first class 
in every way. The closer for me was a 
meeting with President Kirwan and AD 
Deborah A. Yow, sharing their vision for 
the future of Maryland football. 
Everything is in place to win the ACC 
Championship at the University of 
Maryland. My goals coming to the 
University of Maryland are two fold, the 
first is to graduate all of our players, the 
second is to win the ACC Championship!" 




TERRAPIN FOOTBALL 



Ron Vanderlinden 




During his tenure at Northwestern, 
Vanderlinden recruited and coached several of 
the most outstanding football players in school 
history. Under his leadership, Northwestern's Pat 
Fitzgerald was the 1995 and 1996 Big Ten 
Defensive Player of the Year and a two-time All- 
American. Fitzgerald was named as the Chuck 
Bednarick and Bronko Nagurski National 
Defensive Player of the Year in 1995. In addi- 
tion, he was selected as the National Defensive 
Player of the Year by Chevrolet and Sports 
Illustrated. 

"Ron won unanimous support of our selection 
committee and that was great because he was 
always my top choice," said Director of Athletics 
Deborah A. Yow. "Everyone has said that he is a 
dynamic coach, that he is knowledgeable, a 
relentless recruiter and a tireless worker." 

Yow continues: "He's done twice what we 
want a coach to do: build up a program. And 
the rebuilding jobs were at good academic 
schools in Colorado and Northwestern. Based on 
those credentials, he was an early front runner." 

Vanderlinden enjoyed tremendous success at 
Northwestern in the past two seasons. The 
Wildcats won 19 games and played in two major 
bowl games. Only nine programs in the nation 
have won more games in the last two seasons 
than Northwestern. In addition, the 19 wins 
over two consecutive seasons established a 
Wildcat football record. Previously the 1903 and 
1904 Wildcat teams won 17 games in back-to- 
back seasons. 

Northwestern was ranked 8th in the final 
1995 Associated Press Poll, conducted by the 
nation's football writers and broadcasters, and 
was 7th in the CNN/USA Today poll of college 
coaches. The Wildcats ranked 15th in the final 
media poll and 16th in the final coaches' poll in 
1996. 

The success enjoyed on the 
field by the Wildcats was con- 
gruent with Vanderlinden's 
philosophy of high academic 
achievement. Northwestern 
earned recognition by the 
College Football Association as 
one of the exemplary academic 
programs in the nation. 



The Vanderlinden File 



AS A PLAYER 

Albion College 



1974-77 



AS A COLLEGIATE COACH 



Center, Baseball 



Graduate Assistant 

Graduate Assistant 

Offensive Line 

Defensive Line, Recruiting Coordinator 

Assistant Head Coach 

Defensive Coordinator 

Inside Linebackers 

Punt Returns 



NORTHWESTERN'S METEORIC RISE TO NATIONAL PROMINENCE 

Final 
Year Ove rall Big Ten Bowl Appearance National Ranking 



Bowling Green 
Michigan 
Ball State 
Colorado 
Northwestern 



1978 

1979-80 

1981-82 

1983-91 

1992-96 



1992 


3-8 


3-5 


— 


— 


1993 


2-9 


0-8 


— 


— 


1994 


3-7-1 


2-6 


— 


— 


1995 


10-2 


8-0 (1st) 


Rose 


8 AP 


1996 


9-3 


7-1 (Tlst) 


Citrus 


15 AP 



COLORADO'S METEORIC RISE TO NATIONAL PROMINENCE 

Final 
Year Overall Big-8 Bowl Appearance National Ranking 



1983 
1984 
1985 
1986 
1987 
1988 
1989 
1990 
1991 



4-7-0 

1-10-0 

7-5-0 

6-6-0 

7-4-0 

8-4-0 

11-1-0 

11-1-1 

8-3-1 



2-5-0 
1-6-0 

4-3-0 (T3rd) 
6-1-0 (2nd) 
4-3-0 
4-3-0 

7-0-0 (1st) 
7-0-0 (1st) 
6-0-1 (Tlst) 



Freedom 
Bluebonnett 

Freedom 
Orange 
Orange 
Blockbuster 



4 AP 

National Champions 

20 AP 




"Ron is a very excellent football coach, 
but his mark will be made with his 
organizational skills and his love for his 
players and their families. He will be a 
relentless recruiter. Ron will always 
respect the mission of the university 
and will be a great ambassador for the 
University of Maryland." 

Gary Barnett 

Head Football Coach 
Northwestern University 



TERRAPIN FOOTBALL 



Ron Vanderlinden 




"I absolutely think Maryland should be one of 
the premier programs in the country," 
Vanderlinden said the day he was hired. "I don't 
think we're that far away. We have a beautiful 
campus in a great location, first-class facilities 
and an impressive stadium, a supportive admin- 
istration which is committed to winning and a 
large fan base with enthusiastic boosters. To me 
those are all the ingredients you need." 

Vanderlinden came to Northwestern after 
coaching Colorado's defensive line for nine years 
(1983-91). He also served as the Buffaloes' 
recruiting coordinator for two years (1985-86). 
While there, he coached three All-Americans 
and five First-Team All-Big-8 selections. 
Colorado won the 1990 National Championship, 
three Big-8 titles (1989, 1990, 1991) and played 
in six bowl games during his tenure with the 
Buffaloes. From 1985-91, the Colorado defense 
was considered among the best coached units in 
the nation. The unit ranked No. 10 nationally 
in touchdowns allowed, 11th nationally in 
fewest points allowed and 18th nationally in 
total defense under Vanderlinden. 

"Ron is a student of the game," says former 
Colorado Head Coach Bill McCartney. "He brings 
energy and fire to the game. I expect Maryland 
to be a physical team and very versatile football 
team. I expect them to run with authority and 
pass with continuity. On defense, I expect they 
will play with an aggressive, challenging style." 

Vanderlinden was also part of an incredible 
turnaround at Colorado. Only three years after 
his arrival, the Buffaloes went to their first 
bowl in nine seasons. Success continued in 
Boulder as the team appeared in six bowls in 
Vanderlinden's final seven seasons. The crown- 
ing moment of the program came in 1990 when 
Colorado won the National Championship. 

Vanderlinden began his full-time coaching 
career at Ball State University in 1982 where he 



"It is my hope that when 
we do win the ACC we're 
undefeated so we have a 
chance for the national 
championship. " 



The Vanderlinden File 








DIVISION I-A PROGRAMS WITH THE MOST VICTORIES 


OVER THE PAST TWO SEASONS 








Rank Team 


1995 


1996 


Total 


Pet. 




Record 


Record 


Record 




1. Florida 


12-1-0 


12-1-0 


24-2-0 


923 


2. Nebraska 


12-0-0 


11-2-0 


23-2-0 


920 


3. Ohio State 


11-2-0 


11-1-0 


22-3-0 


880 


Colorado 


10-2-0 


11-2-0 


21-4-0 


880 


5. Tennessee 


11-1-0 


10-2-0 


21-3-0 


876 


6. Florida State 


10-2-0 


11-1-0 


21-3-0 


840 


7. Virginia Tech 


10-2-0 


10-2-0 


20-4-0 


833 


8. Brigham Young 


7-4-0 


14-1-0 


21-5-0 


808 


9. Penn State 


9-3-0 


11-2-0 


20-5-0 


800 


10. Northwestern 


10-2-0 


9-3-0 


19-5-0 


792 


Kansas State 


10-2-0 


9-3-0 


19-5-0 


792 



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Ron Vanderlinden 

Head Coach 
University of Maryland 



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TERRAPIN FOOTBALL 



Ron Vanderlinden 




worked with the offensive line for two years. From Ball State he 
moved to Colorado and then to Northwestern.' 

As a graduate assistant coach, he began his coaching career at 
Bowling Green State University under Denny Stolz and then 
moved on from there to work under Bo Schembechler at the 
University of Michigan (1979-80). Michigan played in both the 
Gator Bowl and the Rose Bowl as the Big Ten Champion. 

Vanderlinden received his bachelor's degree from Albion (Mich.) 
College in 1978. He was a four-year starter at center for Albion 
and a First-Team All-Conference selection as both a junior and 
senior. He also earned three varsity letters in baseball. Albion 
finished with two undefeated seasons during his junior and 
senior seasons. Albion also participated in the first Division III 
playoff in the school's history. 

Vanderlinden attended Dearborn (Mich.) Divine Child High 
School where he was a part of three straight league champi- 
onship, and two state championship teams. 

Vanderlinden, 41, is a native of Livonia, Mich. He and his wife, 
Lisa, have a daughter, Chelsea (10) and a son Reid (7). He is one 
of seven children born to Pete and the late Mary Vanderlinden. 
Pete was one of 14 children born to Belgian immigrants of Dutch 
descent. 




"We needed a coach with 
significant success in the 
NCAA at the Division I 
level, someone who could 
build a football program 
into a champion and 
someone who cares about 
the academic success of 
the student-athletes. In 
Coach Vanderlinden, we 
found all of those 
attributes. " 

Deborah A. Yow 

Director of Athletics 
University of Maryland 



"The year before 
Vanderlinden joined Bill 
McCartney's Colorado 
staff, the Buffaloes were 
1-10. Six years later they 
were national champions. 
When Vanderlinden left 
Colorado to accompany 
Gary Barnett to 
Northwestern, they inher- 
ited a 3-8 team and the 
specter of 21 straight 
losing seasons. Four years 
later as Vanderlinden 
proudly said, 'We took the 
purple to Pasadena.'" 

Tony Kornheiser 

The Washington Post 



"Bill McCartney created a 
recipe. We took it to 
Northwestern ... and it 
came through. Hopefully, 
that same formula can be 
applied here. " 

Ron Vanderlinden 

Head Coach 
University of Maryland 



"We're looking for young 
men who want to build 
the building - not simply 
go to a program in place, 
rent space and put on 
someone else's jersey. I'm 
looking for young men of 
character who will cherish 
tradition and take 
Maryland back to the 
top. " 



The McCartney Legacy 




Ron Vanderlinden 


is the ninth former assistant of for- 


mer University of Colorado Head Coach Bill McCartney to 


become a Division I-A Head Coach. 




Coach 


School 


At Colorado 


Gary Barnett 


Northwestern 


1984-91 


Jim Caldwell 


Wake Forest 


1982-84 


Ron Dickerson 


Temple 


1982-84 


Gerry Dinardo 


Louisiana State 


1982-90 


Steve Logan 


East Carolina 


1985-86 


Rick Neuheisel 


Colorado 


1994 


Bob Simmons 


Oklahoma State 


1988-94 


Lou Tepper 


niinios 


1983-87 


Ron Vanderlinden 


Maryland 


1983-91 



Ron Vanderlinden 

Head Coach 
University of Maryland 



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Wally Akc 




Defensive Coordinator 



Defensive Ends 



Wally Ake comes to College Park after a 
three-year stint as defensive coordinator at 
Rice University. In 1996, he helped lead the 
Owls to a 7-4 record and a second-place Western 
Athletic Conference finish. Rice's 1994 defense 
ranked in the top 25 in four categories as the 
team captured a share of the Southwest 
Conference title. While at Rice, Ake coached the 
defensive line during his last season and the 
inside linebackers his first two seasons. 

Ake returns to the Atlantic Coast Conference 
after serving as Clemson's inside linebackers 
coach from 1990 to 1993. Under Ake's defensive 
leadership, the Tigers participated in the 1993 
Peach Bowl, the 1991 Citrus Bowl and the 1990 
Hall of Fame Bowl. Clemson's 1990 squad ranked 
first in the nation in total defense, while the 
1991 team was ranked first against the rush. 

Ake also spent six years at the University of 
Arkansas where he coached the defensive line 
from 1984 to 1988, and then was the linebacker 
coach in 1989. The Razorbacks captured two 
consecutive Southwest Conference titles in 1988 
and 1989, and were invited to bowl games all 
six years during Ake's tenure. 

Ake, 46, attended the College of William & 
Mary from 1968 through 1972, after graduating 
from nearby Falls Church (Va.) High School in 
1968. He served as Falls Church's head coach in 
1978, and its defensive coordinator and line- 
backers coach from 1974 to 1977. 

Ake began his collegiate coaching career as 
William & Mary's linebackers coach in 1979 
before serving as a graduate assistant coach at 
Arkansas in 1980. He was also 
the defensive line coach at the 
Air Force Academy from 1981 
to 1983. 

He and his wife, Chris, have 
one son, Aaron. 





COACH VANDERLINDEN 
ON AKE: 

"Wally and I have been 
close friends in football 
for the past 14 years. 
His knowledge of the 
game has always 
impressed me. There is 
not a defensive coordi- 
nator in college football 
with more big-game 
experience or bowl game 
participation than Wally 
Ake. The most impressive 
quality about Wally is 
the type of person he is. 
He is a great leader and 
role model to our play- 
ers, as well as an out- 
standing family man." 




The Ake File 

AKE'S BOWL HISTORY 

1993 Peach Bowl 

1991 Citrus Bowl 

1990 Hall of Fame Bowl 

1989 Cotton Bowl 

1988 Cotton Bowl 

1987 Liberty Bowl 

1986 Orange Bowl 

1985 Holiday Bowl 

1984 Liberty Bowl 

1983 Independence Bowl 

1982 Hall of Fame Bowl 

1980 Hall of Fame Bowl 

AKE'S COACHING HISTORY 

Rice University 

Defensive Coordinator, 

Inside Linebackers, 

Defensive Line 1994-96 

Clemson University 

Inside Linebackers 1990-93 

University of Arkansas 

Defensive Line/Linebackers 1984-89 

U.S. Air Force Academy 

Defensive Line 1981-83 

University of Arkansas 

Graduate Assistant 1980 

College of William & Mary 

Linebackers 1979 




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Craig Johnson 




Offensive Coordinator 



Quarterbacks 

Craig Johnson follows Maryland head coach 
Ron Vanderlinden from Northwestern 
University to serve as the Terps' offensive coor- 
dinator and quarterbacks coach. He tutored the 
Wildcat quarterbacks for five seasons, and under 
his guidance, Wildcat quarterback Steve Schnur 
led the Big Ten Conference in pass efficiency in 
1996. Johnson helped take the Wildcats to the 
1997 Citrus Bowl and the 1996 Rose Bowl. He 
also led Army to the 1985 Peach Bowl, and 
Arkansas to the 1984 Liberty Bowl. 

Prior to coaching at Northwestern, Johnson 
served as Virginia Military Institute's offensive 
coordinator and quarterbacks coach for three 
years. The VMI offense ranked fifth nationally 
in 1990, and first in rushing for all Division I- 
AA schools in 1991. VMI's quarterback, Tony 
Scales, finished as the second-leading rusher 
among quarterbacks in Division I-AA history. 

Johnson entered the collegiate coaching ranks 
as a graduate assistant at Wyoming, his alma 
mater, in 1983. From there, he went on to serve 
Arkansas in the same capacity in 1984. In 1985, 
Johnson became a part-time assistant at Army, 
and then moved to Rutgers where he coached 
the running backs from 1986 to 1988. 

Johnson was a three-year letterwinner and a 
two-year starting quarterback at Wyoming. 

Johnson, 36, and his wife, Darlene, have two 
daughters, Shelby Marie and Sydney. 





COACH VANDERLINDEN 
ON JOHNSON: 

"As I received head 
coaching inquiries, the 
first person I contacted 
was Craig Johnson, 
whom I had worked 
with five previous years 
at Northwestern 
University. During our 
five years together it 
was easy to see that 
Craig was one of the 
bright young offensive 
minds in football. 
Craig's coaching and 
development of the 
Northwestern quarter- 
backs played a large 
role in the two Big Ten 
championships we won 
together at Northwestern. 
He is an outstanding 
teacher and football 
strategist. Craig is thor- 
ough in his preparation 
and is a great family 
man. Maryland's 
offense is in great 
hands under his leader- 
ship. " 



The Johnson File 

JOHNSON'S BOWL HISTORY 

1997 Citrus Bowl 

1996 Rose Bowl 

1985 Peach Bowl 

1984 Liberty Bowl 

JOHNSON'S COACHING HISTORY 

Northwestern University 

Quarterbacks 1992-96 

Virginia Military Institute 

Offensive Coordinator, 

Quarterbacks 1989-91 

Rutgers 

Running Backs 1986-88 

Army 

Running Backs 1985 

Arkansas 

Graduate Assistant 1984 

Wyoming 

Graduate Assistant 1983 




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Rubin Carter 




Defensive Tackles 



Rubin Carter joins the Maryland coaching 
staff after having served as the defensive 
line coach at San Jose State University the past 
two years. Prior to his time at San Jose State, 
Carter served as the defensive coordinator and 
defensive line coach at Howard from 1989-93. 
The Howard defense was consistently ranked in 
the top five in the nation versus the run and 
the pass under Carter's tutelage. While at 
Howard, Carter coached defensive end Jose 
White who later signed with the Minnesota 
Vikings. 

Carter was a professional standout during his 
playing days with the Denver Broncos from 
1975 to 1986, where he earned the Ed Block 
Award of Courage in 1986. Carter was the proto- 
type nose tackle in the NFL and was featured on 
the cover of Sports Illustrated in 1977. 

While playing nose guard with the Broncos, 
Carter participated in Super Bowl XII and Super 
Bowl XXI. Carter then joined the Bronco coach- 
ing staff, and appeared in Super Bowl XXII, this 
time as a defensive line coach. Carter coached 
four All-Pro defensive linemen: Simon Fletcher, 
Rulon Jones, Karl Mechlenburg and Greg Kragen. 
Carter received his bachelor's degree from the 
University of Miami in 1975. While at Miami, 
Carter earned MVP honors in 1973, was a 1974 
Kodak, UPI and AP All-American, and was 
named MVP of the 1975 Hula Bowl. 

In 1981, Carter was inducted into the Ft. 
Lauderdale Hall of Fame and in 1992 was also 
inducted into the University of Miami Sports 
Hall of Fame. 

Carter, 43, and his wife, Karen, have one 
daughter, Diandra, and three sons, Andre, Alvin 

and Joshua. 
Andre will 
begin his 
football 
career as a 
freshman 
at the 
University 
of California- 
Berkeley 
this fall. 





COACH VANDERLINDEN 
ON CARTER: 



The Carter File 

CARTER'S SUPER BOWL HISTORY 

XXII Coach 

XXI Player 

XII Player 

CARTER'S COACHING HISTORY 

San Jose State 

Defensive Line 1995-96 

Howard University 

Defensive Coordinator, 

Defensive Line 1989-93 

Denver Broncos 

Assistant Coach-Defensive Line ....1987-89 



"Rubin's reputation as a player and coach is only 
exceeded by the tremendous reputation he has earned 
as an extraordinary person. His 12 years and three 
Super Bowls with the Denver Broncos speak volumes 
about his tenacity, work ethic and expertise at the 
defensive line position. Rubin is an outstanding 
teacher and motivator, as well as a great family man 
and role model. " 




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Chris Cosh 




Linebackers 



Recruiting Coordinator 

Chris Cosh was the first coach to join head 
coach Ron Vanderlinden's staff. The former 
Washington, D.C., Metro High School Player of 
the Year from Bishop McNamara served as 
Illinois' defensive coordinator/inside linebackers 
coach last year, and assistant head coach in 
1995. He began his tenure at Illinois as the 
inside linebackers coach in 1992, molding 
Butkus Award winner Dana Howard in 1994. 

He's a veteran of three bowls, coaching in the 
1994 Liberty Bowl, the 1992 Holiday Bowl and 
the 1983 Peach Bowl. 

Prior to his tenure in Champaign, Cosh served 
as an assistant coach at Minnesota in 1991, and 
Nevada-Las Vegas in 1990. Prior to his stint at 
Nevada-Las Vegas, he was defensive coordinator 
at Southeast Missouri State in 1989 and 
Wisconsin-Oshkosh in 1985 through 1988. He 
was introduced into the coaching profession as 
a graduate assistant under Lou Tepper at 
Virginia Tech in 1983. He also spent one season 
as a graduate assistant at Minnesota in 1984. 

Cosh played linebacker at Virginia Tech, lead- 
ing the team in tackles his junior year. A recur- 
ring neck injury ended his playing career, but 
his transition into coaching was a smooth one. 

Cosh, 37, and his wife, Mary, have two sons, 
J.J. and Billy. 








COACH VANDERLINDEN 
ON COSH: 

"Chris Cosh and I 

competed against each 
other in the Big Ten for 
five straight years. We 
went head-to-head in 
recruiting wars, and on 
the playing field. Our 
staff was always very 
impressed with the 
Illinois defense under 
Chris' leadership. In 
particular, the linebackers 
Chris coached were as 
fundamentally sound 
as any in the Big Ten 
Conference. Chris has 
earned the reputation 
as one of the top 
linebacker coaches and 
defensive minds in 
college football. He 
has already made an 
immediate impact on 
the linebacker corps at 
Maryland. 

As a recruiting 
coordinator, Chris has 
set in motion a program 
and philosophy that 
will be as good as any 
in the country. " 



The Cosh File 




COSH'S BOWL HISTORY 




1994 


..Liberty Bowl 


1992 


.Holiday Bowl 


1983 


Peach Bowl 


COSH'S COACHING HISTORY 




Illinois 




Defensive Coordinator, 




Inside Linebackers 


1996 


Illinois 




Assistant Head Coach ('95) 




Inside Linebackers 


1992-95 


Minnesota 




Assistant Coach 


1991 


Nevada-Las Vegas 




Assistant Coach 


1990 


Southeast Missouri State 




Defensive Coordinator 


1989 


Wisconsin-Oshkosh 




Defensive Coordinator 


1985-88 


Minnesota 




Graduate Assistant 


1984 


Virginia Tech 




Graduate Assistant 


1983 




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Steve Greatwood 




Offensive Line 



Steve Greatwood comes to College Park after 
serving as the St. Louis Rams' offensive line 
and tight ends coach the last two seasons. 
Greatwood was also a coach and player at the 
University of Oregon for 19 years. 

Greatwood became Oregon's offensive line 
coach in 1982 after serving a graduate assistant 
two years. He helped coach the Ducks to four 
bowl appearances, including the 1995 Rose 
Bowl. Oregon also went to the 1992 
Independence Bowl, the 1990 Freedom Bowl 
and the 1989 Independence Bowl. 

He coached four players who played in the 
NFL, including Denver's Gary Zimmerman. As a 
player, he lettered at guard for Oregon from 
1977 through 1979, and participated in the 
Hula Bowl his senior year. 

Greatwood, 38, and his wife, Sheri, have three 
daughters, Kallie, and twins Tessa and Emmy. 





COACH VANDERLINDEN 
ON GREATWOOD: 



The Greatwood File 

GREATWOOD'S BOWL HISTORY 

1995 Rose Bowl 

1993 Independence Bowl 

1990 Freedom Bowl 

1989 Independence Bowl 

GREATWOOD'S COACHING HISTORY 

St. Louis Rams 

Offensive Line, Tight Ends 1995-96 

Oregon 

Offensive Line 1982-94 

Oregon 

Graduate Assistant 1980-81 



"Steve Greatwood and I first became acquainted in the 
mid-80's while I was an assistant at Colorado and he 
was an assistant at the University of Oregon. We com- 
peted against each other on an annual basis in 
recruiting, and our Colorado squad played his Oregon 
squad on four occasions. The offensive unit under his 
direction was always one of the best in the Pac-10. 
Steve's experience most recently with the St. Louis 
Rams in the NFL added to his reputation as one of the 
top offensive line coaches in college football. " 




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Mike G undy 




Wide Receivers 



Mike Gundy comes to College Park after serv- 
ing as the quarterbacks coach and passing 
game coordinator at Baylor University during 
the 1996 season. 

Prior to his one-year stint at Baylor, Gundy 
coached at Oklahoma State, his alma mater, 
from 1990 to 1996. He was hired as the 
Cowboys' full-time wide receivers coach during 
his last semester of school. He became the quar- 
terbacks coach in 1992, and was named offen- 
sive coordinator in 1994. 

A four-year starter at quarterback for 
Oklahoma State from 1986-89, Gundy still holds 
most Cowboy passing records, including the title 
as the Big-8 all-time leader in total offense. He 
led Oklahoma State to a 29-14 record as a 
starter, and served as captain his final three 
seasons. 

He set school records for most completions in 
a game (27) and season (170), passing yards in 
a game (429) and season (2,203), and comple- 
tion percentage in a season (64.8 percent) and 
career (58.3 percent). 

The Cowboys finished 10-2 in 1987 and 1988. 
His 2,163 passing yards ranked him second in 
the NCAA in 1987. The Cowboys also led the 
nation in touchdowns (70) and 
points scored (522) in 1987. 

Gundy led the Cowboys to 
victories in the 1987 Sun Bowl 
and the 1988 Holiday Bowl. He 
also competed in the 1990 
Japan Bowl. 

He shared the same backfield 
with two of the game's great- 
est tailbacks, Barry Sanders 
and Thurman Thomas. 

Gundy, 29, and his wife, 
Kristen, have one son, Gavin. 
Gundy's brother, Cale, was a 
four-year starting quarterback 
at Oklahoma. 




The Gundy File 




GUNDY'S BOWL HISTORY 




1988 




1987 




GUNDY COACHING HISTORY 




Baylor 




Passing Game Coordinator, 




Quarterbacks 


1996 


Oklahoma State 




Offensive Coordinator, 




Quarterbacks/Receivers 


1990-96 



COACH VANDERLINDEN 
ON GUNDY: 

"I first became acquainted with Mike Gundy during his years as a 
quarterback at Oklahoma State. He was an outstanding college quar- 
terback, leading the Oklahoma State Cowboys to two straight 10-2 
seasons. I knew Mike to be a great competitor and player who found 
a way to get the job done. He enjoyed the same reputation as a 
coach, having served as an Offensive Coordinator in two different 
Division I programs prior to his 30th birthday. Mike is truly one of 
the great passing innovators in college football." 




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Bob Heffner 




Bob Heffner begins his tenure at College Park 
after coaching Northern Illinois University's 
offensive line in 1996. Heffner's roots at 
Maryland run deep as his father, Fred, played 
for the Terps' 1953 national championship team. 

Heffner coached at Lafayette College for a 
total of five years on two separate occasions 
prior to Northern Illinois; he was Lafayette's 
offensive coordinator and offensive line coach 
from 1993 to 1995 and the offensive line coach 
in 1988 and 1989. Lafayette captured the 
Patriot League title in 1988 and 1994 under his 
leadership. 

Heffner spent four years in the professional 
ranks between his stops at Lafayette. He served 
as the director of player personnel and offensive 
coordinator for the Arena League Football 
champion Tampa Bay Storm in 1993. 

From 1990 to 1993, Heffner served as the 
offensive coordinator, offensive line and running 
backs coach for the British Columbia Lions of 
the Canadian Football League. The Lions' Doug 
Flutie was voted the CFL's Most Valuable Player 
after setting the league record for passing in a 
season and Jim Mills won the league's Most 
Valuable Offensive Lineman award in 1990 and 
1991. 

Heffner began his collegiate coaching career 
with Illinois State as the interior defensive line 
in 1981 and later coached the offensive line 
from 1982 to 1988. Under his tutelage, Illinois 
State placed two offensive linemen on the All- 
America squad, eight linemen on the First Team 
All-Conference and three backs 
rushed for 1,000 yards a sea- 
son. 

Heffner served as a graduate 
assistant at Temple in 1979, 
his alma mater, and the Owls 
won the Garden State Bowl 
over the University of 
California that year. He earned 
three letters as an offensive 
guard and led the Owls to the 
Mirage Bowl in 1977 and 1978. 
He earned his bachelor's in sec- 
ondary education in 1979. 

Heffner, 41, and his wife, 
Nancy, have three daughters, 
Katie, Molly and Shelby. 




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COACH VANDERLINDEN 
ON HEFFNER: 

"Bob is an outstanding 
teacher, motivator and 
technician. One of Bob's 
career highlights I was 
most impressed with 
was the fact that he 
coordinated an offense 
in the Canadian 
Football League that 
led the league in total 
offense. Our tight ends 
under Bob's direction 
will be proficient at 
both blocking and 
receiving. " 




The Heffner File 

HEFFNER'S BOWL EXPERIENCE 

1979 Garden State Bowl 

1978 Mirage Bowl 

1977 Mirage Bowl 

HEFFNER'S COACHING EXPERIENCE 

Northern Illinois 
Offensive Line 1996 

Lafayette College 

Offensive Coordinator, 

Offensive Line 1993-1995 

Tampa Bay Storm 

Director of Player Personnel, 

Offensive Coordinator 1993 

British Columbia Lions 

Offensive Coordinator, 

Offensive Line, 

Running Backs 1990-92 

Lafayette College 

Offensive Line 1988-89 

Illinois State 

Offensive Line, 

Interior Defensive Line 1981-87 

Temple 

Graduate Assistant 1979 









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Mik e Loc ksley 




Running Backs 



Mike Locksley joins the Maryland staff after 
spending the last year and a half at Army 
as the wide receivers and tight ends coach. Last 
season he tutored the Cadets to victory over 
rival Navy and an appearance in the 
Independence Bowl. Tight end Ron Leshinski 
earned All-East honors last season under 
Locksley's watchful eye. 

Prior to his time at West Point, Locksley spent 
a season at the University of Pacific as its outside 
linebackers coach. He was also responsible for the 
kickoff, punt and held goal block special teams. 

From 1993 to 1994, Locksley served as the 
defensive coordinator and defensive line coach 
at the U.S. Naval Academy Prep School in 
Newport, R.I. He simultaneously served as Navy 
Prep's head track and field coach. 

Locksley began his coaching career overseeing 
the special teams and defensive backs at Towson 
University, his alma mater, from 1992 to 1993. 
Locksley was a three-year starter for the Tigers' 
defensive backfield while playing from 1988 to 
1991 and earned Defensive Player of the Year 
honors as a senior. He was also a member of the 
Tigers' basketball team for the 1991-92 season. 

Locksley, 27, and his wife, Kia, have three sons, 
Mike, Meiko and Kai. 




COACH VANDERLINDEN 
ON LOCKSLEY: 

"Mike Locksley was 
recommended as one of 
the bright young coaches 
in college football. He 
is an outstanding role 
model and family man, 
and is on his way to 
becoming one of the 
outstanding football 
coaches in the country. " 



The Locksley File 

LOCKSLEY'S BOWL EXPERIENCE 

1996 Independence Bowl 

LOCKSLEY'S COACHING EXPERIENCE 

Army 

Receivers/Tight Ends 1996 

University of Pacific 

Linebackers 1995 

Navy Prep 
Defensive Coordinator, 
Defensive Line 1993-94 

Towson University 1992 





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Doug Mallory 




Defensive Backs 



Doug Mallory, son of former Indiana head 
coach Bill Mallory, was the defensive back- 
field and punters coach for the Hoosiers the 
past three years. He inherits a Maryland squad 
that must replace four senior starters. 

Mallory coached at Western Kentucky from 
1990 through 1993 prior to his time in 
Bloomington and served as the Hilltoppers' 
defensive coordinator his last two seasons and 
defensive backs coach all four years. He directed 
Western Kentucky's defense to an 18th-place 
final ranking in 1993. 

Mallory broke into the coaching profession as 
a graduate assistant at Indiana in 1988. He also 
spent one season as an assistant coach at Army 
in 1989. 

As a player, Mallory was an honorable men- 
tion All-American at strong safety for Michigan. 
He played in four major bowls as a Wolverine 
and was a member of the 1996 Big Ten Co- 
Championship team. As a senior co-captain, he 
earned Second-Team All-Big Ten honors. 

A 1988 graduate of Michigan with a degree in 
sports management and communications, 
Mallory, 32, and his wife, Lisa, have two daugh- 
ters, Emily and Allison. 





COACH VANDERLINDEN 
ON MALLORY: 

"Doug is a great teacher 
and has a tremendous 
feel for the secondary. 
His experience as a 
defensive back at the 
University of Michigan 
helps him relate well to 
the players he coaches. 
Having competed 
against Doug's secon- 
daries in the Big Ten the 
last three seasons, I was 
well aware of his coach- 
ing ability. " 



The Mallory File 

MALLORY'S BOWL HISTORY 

1988 Liberty Bowl 

1987 Hall of Fame Bowl 

1986 Rose Bowl 

1985 Fiesta Bowl 

1984 Holiday Bowl 

1983 Sugar Bowl 

MALLORY'S COACHING HISTORY 

Indiana University 

Defensive Backs 

Special Teams 1994-96 

Western Kentucky 

Defensive Coordinator, 

Defensive Backs, 

Special Teams, 

Inside Linebackers 1990-93 

Army 

Offensive Line 1989 

Indiana University 

Graduate Assistant 1988 




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Support Staff 




Football Support 




DWIGHT GALT 

Head Strength and 
Conditioning Coach 



D wight Gait, the Terps' 
strength and conditioning 
coach, brings a wide range of 
experiences into Maryland's 
weight room. Gait's vast expe- 
riences allow him to be a use- 
ful resource to each student- 
athlete on every one of Maryland's 24 varsity athletic teams. 
While Gait's range of responsibilities encompass many sports, his 
work with the football team and its players has allowed for 
tremendous improvement in terms of strength and conditioning 
and their play on the football field. 

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

Gait has worked with Maryland's nationally ranked football pro- 
grams for a number of successful years. In 1984, he worked with 
Maryland's ACC and Sun Bowl Championship football team. He 
has also worked with the Terps' 1985, 1994, 1995, 1996 and 1997 
NCAA Basketball Tournament teams. 

Gait earned his bachelor's degree in business management from 
Maryland in 1981 and his master's in exercise physiology from 
Maryland in 1989. 

Gait, 40, and his wife, Jan, have four children, Angie, Teri, 
Dwight TV and Tom. 

Gait is certified by the International Sports Science Association 
and is a member of the National Strength and Conditioning 
Association. 



Bree Wagner 
Administrative Assistant 
for Recruiting 





Chris Nevitte 
Administrative Assistant to 
the Defensive Coordinator 




Corliss White 

Assistant Strength and 
Conditioning Coach 




Ron Ohringer 

Head Equipment Manager 





Karyt Henry 
Administrative Assistant to 
the Head Football Coach 



Mono Felder 

Administrative A 

the Offensive Coordinator 




Damian Stephens 

int Strength and 
Conditioning Coach 



Bunk Carter 
Head Groundskeeper 



Barry Kagan 
Assistant Strength and 
Conditioning Coach 




BUI Reinohl 
Assistant Groundskeeper 




William Conaway 
Campus Police 



Tim Strachen 

Student Assistant 



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Support Staff 




TODD HOBIN 




Director of Video Services 

Todd Hobin is in his sixth 
season as the director of 
video services for the football 
staff. Hobin's duties include 
not only assisting the football 
coaches, but also providing 
video services for the entire 
Department of Athletics. 
Hobin's expertise in his field 

allows him to service all 24 teams from his state-of-the-art video 
lab in the football building. 

Inside the Terps football team building is a video editing lab 
which doubles as his office. With the most up-to-date editing 
equipment, Hobin can break down game and practice video in 
any number of ways. If a position coach wants a tape of just 
'third and long plays', Hobin can create it instantly. If the defen- 
sive coaches want only plays where their defense was set in a 
particular formation, he has the ability to create that tape imme- 
diately. 

Such creative editing is available because Hobin and his staff 
work tirelessly during games and practices chronicling every situ- 
ation. Every play that occurs in a game or practice situation is 
coded by computer so that the special tapes can be edited soon 
after each session on the field. 

Hobin was on the staff at Cornell University and helped the Big 
Red to the Ivy League Championship in 1990. He helped coach 
the running backs and served as the freshmen team's offensive 
coordinator. He spent three years on the staff. 

Prior to coaching at Cornell, Hobin was on the staff at Ithaca 
College as an assistant defensive backs coach and defensive coor- 
dinator for the junior varsity. Ithaca won the 1988 Division III 
National Championship. 

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. 




Director of Football 
Operations 




Michael Accorsi is in his 
third season as the Director 
of Football Operations. Accorsi 
oversees the daily management 
of the football program includ- 
ing operations, team travel and 
schedule coordination. 

Accorsi, a 1991 graduate of 
the University of Pittsburgh with a degree in communications, 
served as a graduate assistant with the University of Virginia 
football program in 1991 and 1993 and served as its administra- 
tive assistant in 1992. 

He earned his master's degree in sports psycholi. jy from 
Virginia in 1994. 



PETE MARZANO 



Graduate Assistant 




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physical education. 



DON ZIMMERMAN 



Graduate Assistant 



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season as a graduate assis- 




tant for the Terp defense. He 
will assist defensive coordinator 
Wally Ake. Zimmerman comes to 
Maryland from Towson University 
where he was a defensive assis- 
tant and defensive passing game 
coordinator. He worked directly 
with the defensive secondary and the linebackers. He was a three- 
year starter for the Tigers as a defensive back and on special teams. 



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1997 University of Maryland 
Football Season Preview 



All-Atlantic Coast 
Conference honorable men- 
tion selections Eric Barton, 
Eric Ogbogu and Johnnie Hicks 
are among the 11 returning 
starters, and 41 returning let- 
termen, who will headline the 
1997 edition of the Maryland 
football team. 

The Terps finished with a 5- 
6 record in 1996 and defeated 
conference opponents Georgia 
Tech, Wake Forest and Duke in 
addition to Division I-A oppo- 
nents Northern Illinois and 
Alabama-Birmingham. The pro- 
gram posted 11 or more wins 
in back-to-back seasons for 
the first time since the 1985 
and 1986 seasons and 
appeared in its first nationally 
televised home contest since 
the 1992 season. 

Head coach Ron Vanderlinden 
begins his inaugural season in 
College Park— and his inaugural 
job as a head coach at any level 
—with a staff that he consid- 
ers to be second to none. 
Vanderlinden, who was the 
defensive architect of the last 
two Northwestern University 
teams which won back-to-back 
Big Ten Conference champi- 
onships, has assembled what 
could be one of the top assis- 
tant coaching staffs in the 
nation. Combined, the staff has 
competed in 44 collegiate bowl 
games and three NFL Super 
Bowls. In the decade of the 
1990s, the staff has participat- 
ed in 13 bowl games including 
two Orange Bowls and a pair of 
Rose Bowls. The staff's post- 
season bowl experience dates 
back to 1977. 

Offensively, the new staff 
welcomes six returning 
starters — including its quarter- 
back and its two leading 
ground gainers. Starting quar- 



terback Brian Cummings has 
led the Terps to nine of their 
1 1 wins in the last two years 
as the starter, while Brian 
Underwood, the team's leading 
rusher in 1996, gained 449 
yards and Buddy Rodgers 
gained 447. Record-setting 
wide receiver Geroy Simon and 
center Erik Greenstein, who 
played nearly every snap in 
each of the last three seasons, 
are two of the five positions 
on offense the new coaching 
staff must replace. 

Defensively, the group has 
five returning starters — 
including four of last year's 
top five tacklers. Linebacker 
Eric Barton became only the 
second sophomore in school 
history to lead the team in 
tackles while linemen Johnny 
Hicks and Eric Ogbogu com- 
bined for more than 130 tack- 
les. The trio will anchor the 
Terps' front-seven— probably 
the strongest aspect of the 
team. Rebuilding the sec- 
ondary, which saw all four 
starters graduate including 
first-round NFL pick Chad 
Scott, is the biggest concern 
facing the defense. 

Quarterback 

Brian Cummings earned the 
starting quarterback job fol- 
lowing spring practice. He is in 
his fifth season with the pro- 
gram and has completed 56.0 
percent of his career passes. 
He did not play baseball for 
the Terps last spring in order 
to concentrate solely on foot- 
ball practice. 

"I was impressed with 
Brian," Vanderlinden said after 
Cummings directed the Red 
team to a 17-0 victory in the 
annual spring game. "I 




QUARTERBACKS 



No. Name 



Pos. Hgt. Wgt. Yr. Hometown 



5 


Trey Evans 


QB 


6-1 


187 


So. 


* Austin, Tex. 


6 


Erik Lipton 


QB 


6-4 


200 


Fr. 


Crofton, Md. 


9 


Brian Cummings 


QB 


5-11 


195 


Sr. 


Eastchester, N.Y. 


14 


Ken Mastrole 


QB 


6-4 


232 


So. 


*Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. 


17 


Gil Harris 


QB 


6-2 


200 


Fr. 


Virginia Beach, Va. 


17 


Will Mack 


QB 


5-11 


200 


So. 


Upper Marlboro, Md 



thought, in the first half in 
particular, he was the differ- 
ence between the two teams. I 
think he showed a lot of poise 
and maturity and leadership." 
Cummings, a redshirt senior, 
was named the pre-season 
starter but will be pushed by 
redshirt sophomore Ken 
Mastrole, who played in eight 
games last season. Mastrole 
completed 36 of 89 passes and 
became the first freshman in 
school history to start at quar- 
terback after taking the field 
versus West Virginia. He 
appeared in eight games and 
gained valuable experience 
against three teams which 
later in the season appeared in 



post-season bowl games. In 
week eight at Duke, he suf- 
fered a broken clavicle and 
was unable to play or practice 
for the remainder of the sea- 
son. He returned and partici- 
pated fully in all of the Terps' 
spring practice sessions. 

Redshirt sophomore Trey 
Evans, who was the holder on 
field goals and point-after- 
touchdown attempts when 
Cummings was hurt, is the 
third-string quarterback heading 
into the fall. Will Mack, a sopho- 
more, and freshmen recruits Gil 
Harris and Erik Lipton will earn 
repetitions as they work their 
way up the depth chart. 



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TERRAPIN FOOTBALL 



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Running Back 

Senior Buddy Rodgers is tied 
for sixth in school history 
with 12 rushing touchdowns 
and eighth in Maryland annals 
with a 4.3 yards per carry 
average. He could carry a 
healthy load of Maryland's 
rushing attack and has, since 
his arrival as a Parade All- 
American in 1994. He was one 
of eight players to earn play- 
ing time as a true freshman in 
1994 and has carried the ball 
an average of nearly 100 times 
in each of his first three sea- 
sons. Look for that trend to 
continue in this his final, and 
hopefully, coming out season. 

Redshirt senior Brian 
Underwood has good size for a 
running back, runs hard, and 
always keeps his feet moving. 
He led the Terps in rushing in 
1996, when he gained a 
career-high 449 yards, and will 
compete with Rodgers at the 
tailback position. Underwood 
rushed for 74 yards versus 
Northern Illinois and 73 
versus Georgia Tech — two of 
Maryland's victories in 1996. 

Harold Westley played in all 
11 games in 1996 and will 
earn his share of playing time 
behind Rodgers and 
Underwood. Westley was the 
third-leading rusher on the 
team last season, and was 
named the ACC Rookie of the 
Week for a 120-yard rushing 
performance versus Wake 
Forest. His effort against the 
Deacons set a school single- 
game record for rushing yards 
by a freshman. 

Redshirt sophomore Peter 
Timmins, a converted line- 
backer, enters fall practice as 
the starter at the fullback 
position. He switched posi- 
tions during the spring and 
will play on the offensive side 
of the ball for the first time in 
his career this fall. Sophomore 



Kenny Rogers, who played in 
eight games as a true fresh- 
man last season, should add to 
the depth at the position. 

Sophomore Damone Boone is 
a very explosive runner who 
has big play potential. He fig- 
ures to compete for playing 
time in 1997. The Terps signed 
six freshmen runners: Jason 
Hatala, LaMont Jordan, Matt 
Kalapinski, Ryan Swift, Aaron 
Thompson and Eric James. 
Depth at both the tailback and 
fullback positions could come 
from this group. 



RUNNING BACKS 



Offensive Line 

Maryland returns four of its 
five interior line starters from 
last season. Of those four 
players, Darryl Gilliam and 
John Feugill will start for the 
third consecutive season, and 
Pat Ward for his second con- 
secutive season. 

Left tackle Darryl Gilliam 
may be the Terps' most talent- 
ed offensive lineman. He 
began his career on the defen- 
sive line, and after a redshirt 
season in 1994, has been the 



No. 


Name 


Pos. 


Hgt. 


Wgt. 


Yr. 


Hometown 


8 


Harold Westley 


RB 


5-7 


166 


So* 


Deerfield Beach, Fla 


15 


LaMont Jordan 


RB 


5-11 


210 


Fr. 


Forestville, Md. 


23 


Kenny Rogers 


FB 


5-9 


198 


So. 


Monmouth Junct, N.J 


24 


Damone Boone 


RB 


5-9 


200 


So. 


Springfield, Va. 


34 


Buddy Rodgers 


RB 


5-11 


230 


Sr. 


East Providence, R.I 


38 


Aaron Thompson 


RB 


6-2 


215 


Fr. 


Baltimore, Md. 


39 


Ryan Swift 


RB 


6-1 


219 


Fr. 


Hinsdale, III. 


40 


Brian Underwood 


RB 


6-2 


197 


Sr.' 


Bronx, N.Y. 


45 


Matt Kalapinski 


FB/HB 6-1 


210 


Fr. 


Marshfield, Mass. 


49 


Jason Hatala 


RB 


5-11 


170 


Fr. 


Centreville, Va. 


80 


Eric James 


TE 


6-2 


255 


Fr. 


Washington, D.C. 


47 


Peter Timmins 


FB/HB 6-3 


221 


So. 


' Staten Island, N.Y. 



starter at left offensive tackle. 
He is a stabilizing presence 
and leader on the field. Junior 
Ryan Rezzelle, who improved 
tremendously during the 
spring, is slated to back-up 
Gilliam. 

Feugill started every game at 
right tackle last season and 
started two games in 1995 as a 
redshirt freshman. He will 
anchor the right side of the 
line and has worked hard to 
improve his technique. He is 
the tallest of the Terps' offen- 
sive lineman and uses his 
height to his advantage. He 
enjoyed a very productive 
spring until an injury forced 
him to miss the spring game. 
Brad Messina, a rapidly 
improving sophomore, is listed 
as Feugill's back-up. 

Ward was a starter until an 
injury forced him out after the 
fifth game of the 1996 season. 
He has started 16 games while 
playing in 26 over the last 
three years and has the expe- 
rience to be a leader at the 
position. Ward, a versatile 
player who has played on the 




TERRAPIN FOOTBALL 



25 



Previewing the Terps 




defensive line during his 
career in College Park, will also 
be counted upon as a leader 
and anchor of the line. 
Redshirt sophomore Jamie Wu, 
the strongest player on the 
team, was moved to the offen- 
sive line and will compete for 
playing time. 

Former walk-on Mitch 
Watkins will enter the fall 
practices as a starter at guard. 
Watkins started the final six 
games in 1996 at left guard 
for the injured Pat Ward, and 
his play merited a starter's 
role in 1997. He was the only 
offensive or defensive starter 
in the ACC who was not a 



OFFENSIVE LINEMEN 



scholarship player last season. 
Watkins injured his knee at 
the end of the season and was 
held out of the first half of 
spring practices. Talented red- 
shirt sophomore Eric Timothy 
needs only repetitions to earn 
playing time. 

Redshirt freshman Ben 
Thomas is vying for the starting 
honors at center. Thomas can 
also play the guard positions. 

Other players vying for a 
position on the depth chart 
include senior Ted Purnell and 
sophomore Brett Tramell. 
Maryland signed newcomers 
Mike George, Mike Sherman 
and Albert Surman. 



No. 


Name 


Pos 


Hgt. 


Wgt. 


Yr. 


Hometown 


54 


Mitch Watkins 


OL 


6-2 


283 


Sr.* 


Salisbury, Md. 


56 


Jamie Wu 


OL 


6-3 


305 


So.* 


St. Charles, III. 


63 


Ben Thomas 


OL 


6-2 


289 


Fr.* 


Avoca, Pa. 


66 


John Feugill 


OT 


6-8 


300 


Jr.* 


Methuen, Mass. 


67 


Ted Purnell 


OL 


6-6 


289 


Sr. 


Crofton, Md. 


68 


Darryl Gilliam 


OT 


6-5 


321 


Sr.* 


Washington, D.C. 


70 


Eric Timothy 


OL 


6-3 


295 


So* 


Hamden, Conn. 


71 


Pat Ward 


OL 


6-4 


310 


Sr.* 


Herndon, Va. 


72 


Mike Sherman 


OT 


6-6 


313 


Fr. 


Gaithersburg, Md. 


73 


Ryan Rezzelle 


OT 


6-6 


310 


Jr.* 


Erie, Pa. 


74 


Brett Trammell 


OL 


6-5 


315 


So. 


Constantia, N.Y. 


76 


Guy Bising 


OL 


5-10 


264 


Jr. 


Gaithersburg, Md. 


79 


Mike George 


OL 


6-6 


270 


Fr. 


East Hanover, N.J 





Wide Receivers 

Bruce James, a redshirt junior 
who has caught 37 career pass- 
es, returns as Maryland's most 
experienced wide receiver. He 
caught at least one pass in all 
11 games last season and has 
caught a pass in 13 consecutive 
games. James had six multiple- 
catch games last season and his 
return adds a boost to the 
receivers group. 

Redshirt junior Kendrick 
Walton has 10 career recep- 
tions, including a seven-yard 
touchdown reception versus 
Duke in 1996. He also caught 



four passes for 32 yards in the 
Terps' victory over Georgia 
Tech. He came on strong dur- 
ing the spring and stepped 
into a leadership role. 

A pair of redshirt freshmen — 
Moises Cruz and Omar 
Cheeseboro —will have the 
chance to earn extensive play- 
ing time in the Terps' multiple 
offensive sets. Cruz and 
Cheeseboro, listed one-two, 
respectively, at one of the 
receiver positions, could form a 
lethal duo and possibly surprise 
many defenders in the ACC this 
season. Both are quick off the 
line and have soft hands— 



WIDE RECEIVERS 



No. Name 

3 Omar Cheeseboro 

4 Keon Russell 

11 Kendrick Walton 

16 Curtis Jones 

19 Bruce James 

27 Tony Jackson 

84 Doug Patterson 

86 Moises Cruz 



Pos. Hgt. Wgt. Yr. 

WR 6-2 184 Fr.* 

WR 5-11 191 Jr.* 

WR 6-3 181 Jr.* 

WR 6-4 204 Fr." 

WR 5-8 170 Jr.* 

WR 6-1 190 Fr. 

WR 6-2 190 Fr. 

WR 5-11 179 Fr.* 



Hometown 

East Orange, N.J. 
Brooklyn, N.Y. 
Dallas, Tex. 
Lancaster, Pa. 
Gretna, La. 
Ellicott City, Md. 
Shelby, Mich. 
Germantown, Md. 



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TERRAPIN FOOTBALL 



Previewing the Terps 




characteristics of former Terps 
Jermaine Lewis and Geroy 
Simon, who stand first and sec- 
ond, respectively, among all- 
time Maryland receivers. 

Redshirt junior Keon Russell, 
one of the Terps' most athletic 
players, has moved to wide 
receiver from quarterback and 
is expected to earn playing 
time. He came off the bench at 
Duke to lead the Terps to vic- 
tory at quarterback in 1996. 

Incoming freshmen Tony 
Jackson and Doug Patterson 
will add depth to the position. 

Tight Ends 

Tim Brown, who started two 
games at tight end in 1996, 
enters the fall as the starter. 
Though he did not catch a 
pass, he earned valuable play- 
ing time and experience. This 
season as the Terps move to a 
more traditional formation, 
which will utilize the tight 
end more often, Brown should 
see more passes come his way. 

Redshirt freshman Mike Hull, 
who made big strides in the 
blocking and catching depart- 
ments, will also look to play an 
expanded role at the position. 
Josh Hough, a redshirt senior 
who lined up quite often at 
the tight end position in 1996, 
should also see more passes. 
He will compete for significant 
playing time if he can com- 
pletely recover from early 
spring knee surgery which held 
him out of spring practice. 

Freshman, Matt Murphy, 
along with senior Marlon Clary, 
should also play a part in the 
development of the tight end 
position. 



TIGHT ENDS 



No. 

81 
82 
88 
89 
92 



Name 

Josh Hough 
Marlon Clary 
Matt Murphy 
Tim Brown 
Mike Hull 



Pos. Hgt. Wgt. Yr. Hometown 

TE 6-5 254 Sr.* Waynesboro, Pa. 

TE 6-3 250 Sr. Ft. Washington, Md. 

TE 6-5 220 Fr. New Haven, Mich. 

TE 6-1 250 Sr. Brentwood, N.Y. 

TE 6-6 244 Fr. Hagerstown, Md. 



DEFENSIVE LINEMEN 



No. 

42 
53 
55 
57 
58 
59 
59 
65 
67 
76 
90 
91 
93 
95 
96 
98 



Name 

Eric Ogbogu 
Johnnie Hicks 
Rasheed Simmons 
Kris Jenkins 
Jason Brown 
Albert Surman 



Pos. 

DE 
DL 
DE 
DT 
DE 
OG 



Christopher Hayes DE 

Derrick Jones DT 

Melvin Fowler, Jr. DT 

Jason McCauley DL 

Eric Hicks DE 

Delbert Cowsette DL 

Eric Calendine DE 

Ramon Oliveras DL 

Julian Hambrick DL 

Anthony Jenkins DL 



Hgt. 

6-4 
6-2 
6-5 
6-5 
6-1 
6-3 
6-2 
6-3 
6-4 
6-2 
6-6 
6-1 
6-4 
6-4 
6-3 
6-1 



Wgt. 

256 
267 
254 
265 
241 
245 
216 
265 
265 
257 
248 
274 
235 
283 
253 
252 



Yr. Hometown 

Sr. Tarrytown, N.Y. 
Sr.* Harrisburg, Pa. 
Jr. Edison, N.J. 

Ypsilanti, Mich. 

White Springs, Fla. 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Baltimore, Md. 

Port Jefferson 

Wheatley, N.Y. 

Key West, Fla. 

Erie, Pa. 
So/Cleveland, Ohio 
So.*Pittsford, N.Y. 
Sr. Shirley, N.Y. 
Fr. Elizabeth, N.J. 
Sr.* Winston-Salem, 



N.Y. 



N.C. 



Defensive Line 

Unquestionably, the most 
talent-laden unit on the team 
this season is the defensive 
line. Each of the four players 
who will start this season help 
form the basis of one of the 
strongest defensive fronts in 
recent memory in College Park. 
Three of the four players slat- 
ed to start have extensive 
experience— not only in terms 
of games played but also in 
terms of games started. 

A pair of redshirt seniors, 
Johnnie Hicks and Anthony 
Jenkins, will anchor the line 
from the tackle positions. 
Another pair of seniors, Eric 
Ogbogu and Eric Hicks, will 
stabilize it from the end posi- 
tions. Not only are the starters 
on the line as strong as ever, 
but the group of reserves could 
step in and start at any time. 




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27 



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Johnnie Hicks, who will 
start for the third consecutive 
season, has led the down line- 
men in tackles in three of the 
last four years and had seven 
tackles for minus yardage last 
season. He has six career quar- 
terback sacks and has averaged 
60 tackles per season during 
his career. Redshirt sophomore 
Delbert Cowsette, one of the 
bright young players in the 
ACC, will be the back-up at 
the position. 

Jenkins will get the call to 
start for the first time after 
enjoying the best spring of his 
career. Senior Ramon Oliveras 
worked his way into the main 
line rotation last season and 
looks to make a lasting 
impression in 1997. 

Redshirt senior Eric Hicks 
recorded 43 tackles and four 
quarterback sacks a year ago 
and has developed into one of 
the more solid defensive ends 
in the ACC. Hicks' athleticism 
and power often allows him to 
find his way into the oppo- 
nents' offensive backfield. 
Redshirt senior Jason Brown, 
who has been impressive on 
special teams during his career 
at Maryland, will get his 
chance to prove himself. His 
solid play during the spring 
elevated his position on the 
depth chart to where he will 
be a factor in the Terps' defen- 
sive game plan. 



LINEBACKERS 



Two-time All-ACC selection 
Eric Ogbogu and redshirt 
junior Rasheed Simmons have 
joined forces to form one of 
the more potent defensive end 
combinations in the ACC. Both 
players possess the height, 
speed and athleticism to keep 
opposing quarterbacks awake 
at night and they have the 
ability to disrupt many things 
an opponent may attempt dur- 
ing a game. Entering the fall, 
Ogbogu, Hicks and Simmons 
can expect to share playing 
time at those two positions 
with Brown contributing sig- 
nificantly. 

Redshirt sophomore Eric 
Calendine was impressive last 
season as he appeared in five 
games and enters the year as a 
top reserve at the position. 
Freshman Julian Hambrick, 
redshirt freshman Jason 
McCauley and redshirt junior 
Chris Hayes will also add 
depth to the position. 
Newcomers Melvin Fowler, Jr., 
Kris Jenkins and Derrick Jones 
will join the Terps. 

Linebackers 

Eric Barton is a junior and 
that's bad news for Maryland's 
opponents. He became only 
the second player in school 
history to lead the team in 
tackles as a sophomore and 
returns as the leader of the 



Maryland Football Facts 



No. 


Name 


Pos 


Hgt. 


Wgt. 


Yr. 


Hometown 


29 


Ryan Gick 


LB 


5-10 


207 


Sr. 


Waldorf, Md. 


32 


Kendall Ogle 


LB 


6-1 


224 


Jr.* 


Irvington, N.J. 


35 


Jomo Huggins 


LB 


6-3 


223 


So. 


*Uniondale, N.Y. 


41 


Erwyn Lyght 


LB 


6-0 


210 


So. 


*Westfield, N.J. 


44 


Eric Barton 


LB 


6-3 


245 


Jr. 


Alexandria, Va. 


46 


Reggie Lewis 


LB 


6-2 


215 


Fr. 


Chicago, III. 


48 


Jon Watkins 


LB 


5-11 


230 


Fr.' 


Perth Amboy, N.J. 


50 


Brett White 


LB 


6-1 


237 


Sr. 


' Hornell, N.Y. 


51 


Rhett Hesperich 


LB 


6-2 


228 


Sr. 


Snellville, Ga. 


52 


Rashad Smith 


LB 


6-2 


231 


So. 


*Ft. Washington, Md 



Location: College Park, Maryland 

Enrollment: 33,006 

Founded: 1807 

Colors: Red, White, Black and Gold 

Conference: Atlantic Coast 

President: Dr. William E. Kirwan 

Alma Mater: Kentucky, 1960 

Athletics Director: Deborah A. Yow 

Nickname: Terrapins/Terps 

Field Capacity: Byrd (48,055) 

Affiliation: NCAA Division I 

Head Coach: Ron Vanderlinden 

Vanderlinden's Career Record: First Season 

1996 Overall Record: 5-6 

1996 ACC Record: 3-5 

1996 ACC Finish: Tied 6th 

Offensive Starters Returning (6): 

OT Darryl Gilliam, OT Pat Ward, OT John Feugill, 

OG Mitch Watkins, RB Buddy Rodgers, QB Brian Cummings 

Defensive Starters Returning (5): 

DE Eric Ogbogu, DT Johnnie Hicks, LB Kendall Ogle, 
LB Eric Barton, DE Eric Hicks 

Offensive Starters Lost (5): 

WR Geroy Simon, C Erik Greenstein, TE Craig Fitzgerald, 
WR Walt Williams, FB Mario Chavez 

Defensive Starters Lost (6): 

DE Al Wallace, LB Ratcliff Thomas, CB Chad Scott, 

5 Lamont Gore, S Andre Hentz, CB A.J. Johnson 

Specialists Returning (1): 

P Russell Edwards 

Specialists Lost (1): 

K Joe O'Donnell 

Lettermen Returning (41): 

18 Offense, 22 Defense, 1 Special Teams 

Lettermen Lost (11): 

6 Offense, 4 Defense, 1 Special Teams 

Director of Media Relations: Chuck Walsh 

Media Relations Phone Number:. ..(301) 314-7064 
Walsh's Home Phone Number: (301) 890-9671 

Assistant Director for Football: ....Dave Gell 
Media Relations Fax Number: (301) 314-9094 

Maryland Website: http:Wwww.umterps.com 



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"ERRAPIN FOOTBALL 



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linebackers. His 106 tackles 
were 25 more than any other 
Terp defender. 

Barton grew up quickly last 
season and earned Honorable 
Mention All-ACC honors for 
his efforts. His 106 tackles 
included six tackles for minus 
yardage and two sacks. 
Redshirt senior Brett White, 
who played in all 11 games in 
1996, will provide a more than 
ample back-up to Barton at 
the inside linebacker position. 
White had 24 tackles and 
three sacks last season. 

Kendall Ogle, a redshirt 
junior, is slated to be the 
starting strong side linebacker. 
He was third on the team in 
tackles with a career-high 75 
stops as he performed in a 
starter's role throughout the 
season. Ogle recorded a career- 
high 14 stops versus West 
Virginia. Redshirt senior Rhett 
Hesperich, a talented player 
who saw action in eight games 
last season, will back-up Ogle. 

Redshirt sophomore Erwyn 
Lyght has the chance to make 
a name for himself early in his 
career. He played in 10 games 



last season and moves from a 
special teams player to a start- 
ing linebacker. Ryan Gick, a 
redshirt senior, will provide 
capable back-up at the posi- 
tion. 

Redshirt sophomores Rashad 
Smith and Jomo Huggins, a 
pair of relative newcomers to 
the position, will add depth. 
Smith turned in one of the 
most exciting plays of the 
1996 season with an intercep- 
tion versus Alabama- 
Birmingham, while Huggins is 
a converted defensive end. 

The Terps signed incoming 
freshman Reggie Lewis to help 
bolster the depth at the posi- 
tion. 

Secondary 

Defensively there is no place 
on the field which is undergo- 
ing more change than the sec- 
ondary. The entire starting 
unit must be replaced; a unit 
which included first-round NFL 
draft choice Chad Scott. 

Henry Baker, a senior, and 
Paul Jackson, a redshirt junior, 



SECONDARY 


No. 


Name 


Pos 


Hgt. 


Wgt. 


Yr. 


Hometown 


2 


Henry Baker 


DB 


6-2 


200 


Sr. 


Paterson, N.J. 


12 


Lynde Washingtor 


DB 


5-8 


172 


So. 


*Upper Marlboro, Md 


13 


Shawn Forte 


DB 


6-1 


194 


Fr.' 


Poughkeepsie, N.Y. 


18 


Todd Stewart 


DB 


6-2 


200 


So. 


Washington, D.C. 


20 


Troy Davidson 


DB 


6-0 


177 


So. 


'Pittsburgh, Pa. 


21 


Ernest Grier 


DB 


6-0 


202 


Sr. 


Absecon, N.J. 


25 


Clifton Crosby 


DB 


5-10 


173 


Jr.' 


Erie, Pa. 


26 


Bryn Boggs 


DB 


5-11 


178 


So. 


*Downingtown, Pa. 


27 


Tony Jackson 


DB 


6-1 


190 


Fr. 


Ellicott City, Md. 


27 


Daniel Eiskant 


DB 


6-0 


202 


So' 


Alexandria, Va. 


31 


Darryl Giles 


DB 


5-10 


183 


Sr. 


Suitland, Md. 


36 


Paul Jackson 


DB 


6-0 


187 


Jr.* 


Clinton, Md. 


37 


Lewis Sanders 


DB 


6-1 


197 


So. 


Staten Island, N.Y. 


37 


Chris Sanders 


DB 


6-2 


195 


Fr. 


White Springs, Fla. 


39 


Quinzy Fraser 


DB 


5-11 


189 


Jr. 


Rockville, Md. 


43 


Jason Apolenis 


DB 


6-0 


194 


Jr." 


Clarksburg, Md. 



are slated to start at the 
strong and free safety posi- 
tions, respectively. Baker 
started the final two games of 
the season at the position and 
recorded 10 tackles. He had 26 
stops on the season and 
broke-up one pass. 

Jackson gained valuable 
playing time in the defensive 
backfield last season when he 
recorded 14 tackles and broke 
up two passes. He is a talented 
cover man who will get better 
with experience. 

Lewis Sanders, a true sopho- 
more who also gained playing 
time in the crowded defensive 
backfield in 1996, returns as a 
starter at cornerback. He 
recorded six tackles, and 
gained valuable playing expe- 
rience. Redshirt sophomore 
Lynde Washington will com- 
pete for playing time as the 



understudy to Sanders. 

Troy Davidson was a receiver 
last season but enters the 
1997 season as the starter at 
cornerback opposite Sanders. 
He was moved from offense to 
defense along with his back-up 
Clifton Crosby to make use of 
their outstanding athletic abil- 
ity. A second of the Terps' 
transfer students, Bryn Boggs 
from Wisconsin, will also look 
to make an impact at the cor- 
ner position. Boggs could also 
see time returning kicks. 

Seniors Ernest Grier and 
Darryl Giles, juniors Quinzy 
Fraser and Jason Apolenis, 
redshirt freshman Shawn Forte 
and newcomers Chris Sanders 
and Tony Jackson could figure 
in prominent roles as fresh- 
men. Todd Stewart and Daniel 
Eiskant will add depth to the 
position. 




TERRAPIN FOOTBALL 



29 



1997 Alphabetical Roster 



m 



No. 


Name 


Pos. 


Ht. 


wt. 


Yr. 


Hometown/High School 


Major 


43 


Jason Apolenis 


DB 


6-0 


194 


Jr.* 


Clarksburg, Md. /Damascus 


Criminology and Criminal Justice 


85 


Jermaine Arrington 


WR 


5-9 


163 


So. 


Landover, Md. /Bowie 


Kinesiological Sciences 


2 


Henry Baker 


DB 


6-2 


200 


Sr. 


Paterson, N.J./Eastside 


Sociology 


44 


Eric Barton 


LB 


6-3 


235 


Jr. 


Alexandria, Va. /Thomas A. Edison 


Criminology and Criminal Justice 


64 


Guy Bising 


OL 


5-10 


264 


Jr. 


Gaithersburg, Md./Gaithersburg 


Marketing 


26 


Bryn Boggs 


DB 


5-11 


178 


So.* 


Downingtown, Pa./Downingtown 


Criminology and Criminal Justice 


24 


Damone Boone 


RB 


5-9 


200 


So. 


Springfield, Va./W. Springfield 


Letters and Sciences 


58 


Jason Brown 


DE 


6-1 


241 


Sr.* 


White Springs, Fla. /Hamilton County 


Art Studio 


89 


Tim Brown 


TE 


6-3 


245 


Sr. 


Brentwood, N.Y./Brentwood 


Family Studies 


93 


Eric Calendine 


DE 


6-4 


235 


So.* 


Pittsford, N.Y./Mendon 


Criminology and Criminal Justice 


3 


Omar Cheeseboro 


WR 


6-2 


184 


Fr.* 


E. Orange, N.J. /Immaculate Conception Letters and Sciences 


82 


Marlon Clary 


TE 


6-3 


250 


Sr. 


Ft. Washington, Md. /Nottoway 


Government and Politics 


91 


Delbert Cowsette 


DL 


6-1 


274 


So.* 


Cleveland, Ohio/Central Catholic 


Geography 


25 


Clifton Crosby 


DB 


5-10 


164 


Jr.* 


Erie, Pa. /East 


Family Studies 


86 


Moises Cruz 


WR 


5-11 


179 


Fr.* 


Germantown, Md. /Seneca Valley 


Letters and Sciences 


9 


Brian Cummings 


QB 


5-11 


195 


Sr.* 


Eastchester, N.Y./Iona Prep 


Physical Education 


20 


Troy Davidson 


DB 


6-0 


177 


So.* 


Pittsburgh, Pa./Schenley 


Psychology 


30 


Russell Edwards 


P 


5-11 


204 


Jr.* 


Alexandria, Va. /Thomas A. Edison 


Computer Science 


27 


Daniel Eiskant 


DB 


6-0 


220 


So.* 


Alexandria, Va. /Thomas A. Edison 


Criminology and Criminal Justice 


5 


Trey Evans 


QB 


6-1 


187 


So.* 


Austin, Texas/Round Rock 


General Business 


66 


John Feugill 


OL 


6-8 


300 


Jr.* 


Methuen, Mass./Methuen 


Criminology and Criminal Justice 


13 


Shawn Forte 


DB 


6-1 


194 


Fr.* 


Poughkeepsie, N.Y./Poughkeepsie 


Letters and Sciences 


39 


Quinzy Fraser 


DB 


5-11 


189 


Jr. 


Rockville, Md./Magmder 


Speech Communications 


29 


Ryan Gick 


LB 


5-10 


207 


Sr.* 


Waldorf, Md./McDonogh 


Family Studies 


31 


Darryl Giles 


DB 


5-10 


183 


Sr.* 


Suitland, Md./Suitland 


Government and Politics 


68 


Darryl Gilliam 


OL 


6-6 


321 


Sr.* 


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


Government and Politics 


21 


Ernest Grier 


DB 


6-0 


202 


Sr.* 


Absecon, N.J./Absegami 


Family Studies 


96 


Julian Hambrick 


DL 


6-3 


253 


Fr. 


Elizabeth, N.J. /Elizabeth 


Letters and Sciences 


38 


John Helmer 


LS 


6-1 


187 


So.* 


Silver Spring, Md./Springbrook 


General Business 


51 


Rhett Hesprich 


LB 


6-2 


228 


Sr.* 


Snellville, Ga./Brookwood 


Fire Protection Engineering 


90 


Eric Hicks 


DE 


6-6 


248 


Sr. 


Erie, Pa./Mercyhurst Prep 


Criminology and Criminal Justice 


53 


Johnnie Hicks 


DL 


6-2 


287 


Sr.* 


Harrisburg, Pa. /Susquehanna 


Geography 


81 


Josh Hough 


TE 


6-5 


254 


Sr.* 


Waynesboro, Pa. /Waynesboro Area 


Art Studio 


77 


Timm Howard 


OL 


6-4 


304 


Fr.* 


Leonardo. N.J./Middletown South 


Physical Education 


35 


Jomo Huggins 


LB 


6-3 


223 


So.* 


Uniondale, N.Y./Holy Trinity 


Kinesiological Sciences 


92 


Mike Hull 


TE 


6-6 


244 


Fr.* 


Hagerstown, Md. /South Hagerstown 


General Business 


36 


Paul Jackson 


DB 


6-0 


187 


Jr.* 


Clinton, Md. /Bishop McNamara 


Family Studies 


19 


Bruce James 


WR 


5-8 


170 


Jr.* 


Gretna, La. /Archbishop Shaw 


Criminology and Criminal Justice 


98 


Anthony Jenkins 


DL 


6-1 


252 


Sr.* 


Winston-Salem, N.C./West Forsyth 


Criminology and Criminal Justice 


16 


Curtis Jones 


WR 


6-4 


204 


Fr.* 


Lancaster, Pa./Conestoga Valley 


Engineering 


41 


Erwyn Lyght 


LB 


6-0 


210 


So.* 


Westfield, N.J./Westfield 


Kinesiological Sciences 


15 


Will Mack 


QB 


5-11 


200 


Fr.* 


Upper Marlboro, Md./Gonzaga 


Pre-Physical Therapy 


14 


Ken Mastrole 


QB 


6-4 


232 


So.* 


Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. /Cardinal Gibbons 


Agriculture and Resource Economics 


76 


Jason McCauley 


DL 


6-2 


257 


Fr.* 


Key West, Fla./Key West 


Letters and Sciences 


33 


Frank Mentzel 


RB 


6-1 


232 


Fr.* 


Clark, N.J. /Johnson Regional 


Letters and Sciences 


75 


Brad Messina 


OL 


6-6 


301 


So.* 


Bogota, N.J. /Bogota 


Family Studies 


42 


Eric Ogbogu 


DE 


6-4 


256 


Sr. 


Irvington, N.Y./Archbishop Stepinac 


Marketing 


32 


Kendall Ogle 


LB 


6-1 


224 


Jr.* 


Hillside, N.J. /Hillside 


Sociology 


95 


Ramon Oliveras 


DL 


6-4 


283 


Sr. 


Shirley, N.Y./William Floyd 


Family Studies 


18 


Chris Pope 


RB 


5-6 


164 


So. 


Upper Marlboro, Md. /Largo 


Engineering 



67 Ted Purnell OL 6-6 272 Sr.* Stony Brook, N.Y./Ward Melville 

73 Ryan Rezzelle OL 6-6 310 Jr.* Erie, Pa./McDowell 

7 Brad Rhodes K 5-8 162 Jr.* Biloxi, Miss./St. John's 



Government and Politics 
Criminology and Criminal Justice 
Kinesiological Sciences 



30 



TERRAPIN FOOTBALL 



1997 Alphabetical Roster 




No. 


Name 


Pos. 


Ht. 


wt. 


Yr. 


Hometown/High School 


Major 


34 


Buddy Rodgers 


RB 


5-11 


230 


Sr. 


East Providence, R.I./East Providence 


Family Studies 


23 


Kenny Rogers 


RB 


5-9 


198 


So. 


Monmouth Junction, N.J./S. Brunswick 


Letters and Sciences 


4 


Keon Russell 


WR 


5-11 


191 


Jr.* 


Brooklyn, N.Y./Midwood 


Criminology and Criminal Justice 


37 


Lewis Sanders 


DB 


6-0 


170 


So. 


Staten Island, N.Y./St. Peter's Prep 


Letters and Sciences 


55 


Rasheed Simmons 


DE 


6-5 


255 


Jr.* 


Edison, N.J./Edison 


Family Studies 


52 


Rashad Smith 


LB 


6-2 


231 


So.* 


Ft. Washington, Md./DeMatha 


Art Studio 


10 


Sean Starner 


P 


5-11 


185 


Fr.* 


Mechanicsburg, Pa. /Cedar Cliff 


Letters and Sciences 


18 


Todd Stewart 


DB 


6-2 


200 


So. 


Washington, D.C./Anacostia 


Criminology and Criminal Justice 


55 


Anthony Surman 


OL 


6-1 


290 


Jr.* 


Pittsburgh, Pa. /Baldwin 


Government and Politics 


63 


Ben Thomas 


OL 


6-2 


289 


Fr.* 


Avoca, Pa. /Riverside 


Letters and Sciences 


47 


Peter Timmins 


HB/FB 


6-3 


227 


So.* 


Staten Island, N.Y./Curtis 


Criminology and Criminal Justice 


70 


Eric Timothy 


OL 


6-3 


295 


So.* 


Hamden, Conn./Haraden 


Art Studio 


74 


Brett Trammell 


OL 


6-5 


315 


Fr.* 


Constantia, N.Y./Central Square 


Letters and Sciences 


40 


Brian Underwood 


RB 


6-2 


197 


Sr.* 


Bronx, N.Y./Herbert Lehman 


African-American Studies 


11 


Kendrick Walton 


WR 


6-3 


181 


Jr.* 


Dallas, Texas/Carter 


Criminology and Criminal Justice 


71 


Pat Ward 


OL 


6-4 


310 


Sr.* 


Herndon, Va./St. John's 


Criminology and Criminal Justice 


12 


Lynde Washington 


DB 


5-6 


172 


So.* 


Upper Marlboro, Md./DeMatha 


Art Studio 


48 


Jon Watkins 


LB 


5-11 


230 


Fr.* 


Perth Amboy, N.J. /Perth Amboy 


Letters and Sciences 


54 


Mitch Watkins 


OL 


6-2 


283 


Sr.* 


Salisbury, Md. /Bennett 


Criminology and Criminal Justice 


8 


Harold Westley 


RB 


5-7 


166 


So. 


Deerfield Beach, Fla. /Cardinal Gibbon; 


; Letters and Sciences 


50 


Brett White 


LB 


6-1 


237 


Sr.* 


Hornell, N.Y./Hornell 


Criminology and Criminal Justice 


56 


Jamieson Wu 


OL 


6-3 


305 


So.* 


St. Charles, Ill./St. Charles 


Art Studio 



*= redshirt 

Yr# =athletic eligibility for 1997 season 



Pronunciation Guide 


Apolenis, Jason 


Ap-el-lee-nis 


Bising, Guy 


BEE-sing 


Boggs, Bryn 


Brin (rhymes with "in") 


Boone, Damone 


DUH-moan 


Calendine, Eric 


KAL-n-dine 


Cowsette, Delbert 


COW-set 


Cruz, Moises 


MOE-ses 


Eiskant, Daniel 


Ice-cant 


Feugill, John 


FEW-gill 


Forte, Shawn 


For-TAY 


Giles, Darryl 


Jiles 


Hesprich, Rhett 


HESS-pritch 


Lyght, Erwyn 


LITE 


Mastrole, Ken 


MUH-stroll-ee 


Messina, Brad 


muh-SEE-nuh 


Ogbogu, Eric 


Oh-BAH-goo 


Oliveras, Ramon 


OL-uh-vehr-us, RAY-moan 


Rezzelle, Ryan 


ruh-ZELLY 


Simmons, Rasheed 


rah-SHEED 


Smith, Rashad 


mh-SHAAD 


Washington, Lynde 


lyn-DEE 


Wu, Jamieson 


WOO, Jay-ma-sun 



TERRAPIN FOOTBALL 



31 



1997 Numerical Roster 




No. 


Name 


Pos. 


Ht. 


wt. 


Yr. 


Hometown/High School 


Major 


2 


Henry Baker 


DB 


6-2 


200 


Sr. 


Paterson, N.J./Eastside 


Sociology 


3 


Omar Cheeseboro 


WR 


6-2 


184 


Fr.* 


E. Orange, N.J. /Immaculate Conception Letters and Sciences 


4 


Keon Russell 


WR 


5-11 


191 


Jr.* 


Brooklyn, N.Y./Midwood 


Criminology and Criminal Justice 


5 


Trey Evans 


QB 


6-1 


187 


So.* 


Austin, Texas/Round Rock 


General Business 


7 


Brad Rhodes 


K 


5-8 


162 


Jr.* 


Biloxi, Miss. /St. John's 


Kinesiological Sciences 


8 


Harold Westley 


RB 


5-7 


166 


So. 


Deerfield Beach, Fla. /Cardinal Gibbon: 


; Letters and Sciences 


9 


Brian Cummings 


QB 


5-11 


195 


Sr.* 


Eastchester, N.Y./Iona Prep 


Physical Education 


10 


Sean Starner 


P 


5-11 


185 


Fr.* 


Mechanicsburg, Pa. /Cedar Cliff 


Letters and Sciences 


11 


Kendrick Walton 


WR 


6-3 


181 


Jr.* 


Dallas, Texas/Carter 


Criminology and Criminal Justice 


12 


Lynde Washington 


DB 


5-6 


172 


So.* 


Upper Marlboro, Md./DeMatha 


Art Studio 


13 


Shawn Forte 


DB 


6-1 


194 


Fr.* 


Poughkeepsie, N.Y./Poughkeepsie 


Letters and Sciences 


14 


Ken Mastrole 


QB 


6-4 


232 


So.* 


Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. /Cardinal Gibbons 


Agriculture and Resource Economics 


15 


Will Mack 


QB 


5-11 


200 


Fr.* 


Upper Marlboro, Md./Gonzaga 


Pre-Physical Therapy 


16 


Curtis Jones 


WR 


6-4 


204 


Fr.* 


Lancaster, Pa./Conestoga Valley 


Engineering 


18 


Todd Stewart 


DB 


6-2 


200 


So. 


Washington, D.C./Anacostia 


Criminology and Criminal Justice 


18 


Chris Pope 


RB 


5-6 


164 


So. 


Upper Marlboro, Md. /Largo 


Engineering 


19 


Bruce James 


WR 


5-8 


170 


Jr.* 


Gretna, La. /Archbishop Shaw 


Criminology and Criminal Justice 


20 


Troy Davidson 


DB 


6-0 


177 


So.* 


Pittsburgh, Pa./Schenley 


Psychology 


21 


Ernest Grier 


DB 


6-0 


202 


Sr.* 


Absecon, N.J./Absegami 


Family Studies 


23 


Kenny Rogers 


RB 


5-9 


198 


So. 


Monmouth Junction, N.J./S. Brunswick 


. Letters and Sciences 


24 


Damone Boone 


RB 


5-9 


200 


So. 


Springfield, Va./W. Springfield 


Letters and Sciences 


25 


Clifton Crosby 


DB 


5-10 


164 


Jr.* 


Erie, Pa. /East 


Family Studies 


26 


Bryn Boggs 


DB 


5-11 


178 


So.* 


Downingtown, Pa./Downingtown 


Criminology and Criminal Justice 


27 


Daniel Eiskant 


DB 


6-0 


220 


So.* 


Alexandria, Va./Thomas A. Edison 


Criminology and Criminal Justice 


29 


Ryan Gick 


LB 


5-10 


207 


Sr.* 


Waldorf, Md./McDonogh 


Family Studies 


30 


Russell Edwards 


P 


5-11 


204 


Jr.* 


Alexandria, Va./Thomas A. Edison 


Computer Science 


31 


Darryl Giles 


DB 


5-10 


183 


Sr.* 


Suitland, Md./Suitland 


Government and Politics 


32 


Kendall Ogle 


LB 


6-1 


224 


Jr.* 


Hillside, N.J. /Hillside 


Sociology 


33 


Frank Mentzel 


RB 


6-1 


232 


Fr.* 


Clark, N.J. /Johnson Regional 


Letters and Sciences 


34 


Buddy Rodgers 


RB 


5-11 


230 


Sr. 


East Providence, R.I. /East Providence 


Family Studies 


35 


Jomo Huggins 


LB 


6-3 


223 


So.* 


Uniondale, N.Y./Holy Trinity 


Kinesiological Sciences 


;t, 


Paul Jackson 


DB 


6-0 


187 


Jr.* 


Clinton, Md. /Bishop McNamara 


Family Studies 


37 


Lewis Sanders 


DB 


6-0 


170 


So. 


Staten Island, N.Y./St. Peter's Prep 


Letters and Sciences 


38 


John Helmer 


LS 


6-1 


187 


So.* 


Silver Spring, Md./Springbrook 


General Business 


39 


Quinzy Fraser 


DB 


5-11 


189 


Jr. 


Rockville, Md./Magruder 


Speech Communications 


40 


Brian Underwood 


RB 


6-2 


197 


Sr.* 


Bronx, N.Y./Herbert Lehman 


African-American Studies 


41 


Erwyn Lyght 


LB 


6-0 


210 


So.* 


Westfield, N.J./Westfield 


Kinesiological Sciences 


42 


Eric Ogbogu 


DE 


6-4 


256 


Sr. 


Irvington, N.Y./Archbishop Stepinac 


Marketing 


43 


Jason Apolenis 


DB 


6-0 


194 


Jr.* 


Clarksburg, Md. /Damascus 


Criminology and Criminal Justice 


44 


Eric Barton 


LB 


6-3 


235 


Jr. 


Alexandria, Va./Thomas A. Edison 


Criminology and Criminal Justice 


47 


Peter Timmins 


HB/FI 


! 6-3 


227 


So.* 


Staten Island, N.Y./Curtis 


Criminology and Criminal Justice 


48 


Jon Watkins 


LB 


5-11 


230 


Fr.* 


Perth Amboy, N.J. /Perth Amboy 


Letters and Sciences 


50 


Brett White 


LB 


6-1 


237 


Sr.* 


Hornell, N.Y./Hornell 


Criminology and Criminal Justice 


51 


Rhett Hesprich 


LB 


6-2 


228 


Sr.* 


Snellville, Ga./Brookwood 


Fire Protection Engineering 


52 


Rashad Smith 


LB 


6-2 


231 


So.* 


Ft. Washington, Md./DeMatha 


Art Studio 


53 


Johnnie Hicks 


DL 


6-2 


287 


Sr.* 


Harrisburg, Pa. /Susquehanna 


Geography 


54 


Mitch Watkins 


OL 


6-2 


283 


Sr.* 


Salisbury, Md. /Bennett 


Criminology and Criminal Justice 


55 


Rasheed Simmons 


DE 


6-5 


255 


Jr.* 


Edison, N.J. /Edison 


Family Studies 


55 


Anthony Surman 


OL 


6-1 


290 


Jr.* 


Pittsburgh, Pa./Baldwin 


Government and Politics 


56 


Jamieson Wu 


OL 


6-3 


305 


So.* 


St. Charles, Ill./St. Charles 


Art Studio 


58 


Jason Brown 


DE 


6-1 


241 


Sr.* 


White Springs, Fla. /Hamilton County 


Art Studio 


63 


Ben Thomas 


OL 


6-2 


289 


Fr.* 


Avoca, Pa. /Riverside 


Letters and Sciences 


64 


Guy Bising 


OL 


5-10 


264 


Jr. 


Gaithersburg, Md./Gaithersburg 


Marketing 



32 



TERRAPIN FOOTBALL 



1997 Numerical Roster 




No. 


Name 


Pos. 


Ht. 


wt. 


Yr. 


Hometown/High School 


Major 


66 


John Feugill 


0L 


6-8 


300 


Jr.* 


Methuen, Mass./Methuen 


Criminology and Criminal Justice 


67 


Ted Purnell 


0L 


6-6 


272 


Sr.* 


Stony Brook, N.Y./Ward Melville 


Government and Politics 


68 


Darryl Gilliam 


OL 


6-6 


321 


Sr.* 


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


Government and Politics 


70 


Eric Timothy 


OL 


6-3 


295 


So.* 


Hamden, Conn./Hamden 


Art Studio 


71 


Pat Ward 


OL 


6-4 


310 


Sr.* 


Herndon, Va./St. John's 


Criminology and Criminal Justice 


73 


Ryan Rezzelle 


OL 


6-6 


310 


Jr.* 


Erie, Pa. /McDowell 


Criminology and Criminal Justice 


74 


Brett Trammell 


OL 


6-5 


315 


Fr.* 


Constantia, N.Y./Central Square 


Letters and Sciences 


75 


Brad Messina 


OL 


6-6 


301 


So.* 


Bogota, N.J. /Bogota 


Family Studies 


76 


Jason McCauley 


DL 


6-2 


257 


Fr.* 


Key West, Fla./Key West 


Letters and Sciences 


77 


Timm Howard 


OL 


6-4 


304 


Fr.* 


Leonardo. N.J./Middletown South 


Physical Education 


81 


Josh Hough 


TE 


6-5 


254 


Sr.* 


Waynesboro, Pa. /Waynesboro Area 


Art Studio 


82 


Marlon Clary 


TE 


6-3 


250 


Sr. 


Ft. Washington, Md. /Nottoway 


Government and Politics 


85 


Jermaine Arrington 


WR 


5-9 


163 


So. 


Landover, Md. /Bowie 


Kinesiological Sciences 


86 


Moises Cruz 


WR 


5-11 


179 


Fr.* 


Germantown, Md. /Seneca Valley 


Letters and Sciences 


89 


Tim Brown 


TE 


6-3 


245 


Sr. 


Brentwood, N.Y./Brentwood 


Family Studies 


90 


Eric Hicks 


DE 


6-6 


248 


Sr. 


Erie, Pa./Mercyhurst Prep 


Criminology and Criminal Justice 


91 


Delbert Cowsette 


DL 


6-1 


274 


So.* 


Cleveland, Ohio/Central Catholic 


Geography 


92 


Mike Hull 


TE 


6-6 


244 


Fr.* 


Hagerstown, Md. /South Hagerstown 


General Business 


93 


Eric Calendine 


DE 


6-4 


235 


So.* 


Pittsford, N.Y./Mendon 


Criminology and Criminal Justice 


95 


Ramon Oliveras 


DL 


6-4 


283 


Sr. 


Shirley, N.Y./William Floyd 


Family Studies 


96 


Julian Hambrick 


DL 


6-3 


253 


Fr. 


Elizabeth, N.J./Elizabeth 


Letters and Sciences 


98 


Anthony Jenkins 


DL 


6-1 


252 


Sr.* 


Winston-Salem, N.C./West Forsyth 


Criminology and Criminal Justice 



*= redshirt 

Yr# =athletic eligibility for 1997 season 







Incoming Freshmen 




PLAYER 


POS. 


ht. 


WT. 


HOMETOWN(HIGH SCHOOL) 


Pat Cilento 


QB 


6-2 


205 


Sherwood, Md. (Brookeville) 


Melvin Fowler, Jr. 


DT 


6-4 


265 


Wheatly, N.Y. (Half Hollow Hills) 


Mike George 


OL 


6-6 


270 


E. Hanover, N.J .(Hanover Park) 


Gil Harris 


QB 


6-2 


200 


Viginia Beach, Va. (Tallwood) 


Jason Hatala 


RB 


5-11 


170 


Centreville, Va. (Centreville) 


Tony Jackson 


TE/WR/CB 


6-1 


190 


Ellicott City, Md. (Wilde Lake) 


Eric James 


TE/DE 


6-2 


225 


Washington, D.C. (Anacostia) 


Kris Jenkins 


DT 


6-5 


240 


Ypsilanti, Mich. (Belleville) 


Derrick Jones 


DT 


6-3 


265 


Port Jefferson, N.Y. (Comsewoque) 


LaMont Jordan 


RB 


5-11 


210 


Forestville, Md. (Suitland) 


Matt Kalapinski 


FB/LB 


6-1 


210 


Marshfield, Mass. (Marshfield) 


Brian Kopka 


K 


5-8 


175 


Hollywood, Fla. (Hollywood Hills) 


Reggie Lewis 


LB 


6-2 


210 


Chicago, III. (Carver) 


Erik Lipton 


QB 


6-4 


200 


Crofton, Md. (Arundel) 


Justin Mattera 


WR 


6-3 


195 


Lake Grove, N.Y. (Sachen) 


Matt Murphy 


TE 


6-5 


220 


New Haven, Mich. (New Haven) 


Doug Patterson 


WR 


6-2 


190 


Shelby Township, Mich (Eisenhower) 


Todd Pivec 


HB 


6-2 


220 


Phoenix, Md. (Loyola) 


Matt Purdy 


OL 


6-7 


300 


Chesapeake Beach, Md. (Bishop McNamara) 


Scott Rudolph 


LS 


6-5 


230 


Churchville, Md. (C. Milton Wright) 


Chris Sanders 


CB 


6-2 


195 


Winter Springs, Fla. (Oviedo) 


Mike Sherman 


OT/DE 


6-6 


313 


Gaithersburg, Md. (Milford Prep) 


Chris Snader 


OL 


6-5 


295 


Bishopville, Md. (Stephen Decatur) 


Albert Surman 


OG/LB 


6-3 


245 


Pittsburgh, Pa. (Baldwin) 


Ryan Swift 


RB 


6-1 


219 


Hinsdale, III. (Hinsdale Central) 


Aaron Thompson 


RB/DB 


6-1 


200 


Baltimore, Md. (Mt. St. Joseph) 


John Waerig 


TE 


6-3 


260 


Philadelphia, Pa. (Cardinal Dougherty) 



TERRAPIN FOOTBALL 



33 



1997 Roster by State 




CONNECTICUT 








NEW YORK 








70 Eric Timothy 


0L 


So.* 


Hamden, Conn. 


89 


Tim Brown 


TE 


Sr. 


Brentwood, N.Y. 










93 


Eric Calendine 


DE 


So.* 


Pittsford, N.Y. 


FLORIDA 








9 


Brian Cummings 


QB 


Sr.* 


Eastchester, N.Y. 


58 Jason Brown 


DE 


Sr.* 


White Springs, Fla. 


13 


Shawn Forte 


DB 


Fr.* 


Poughkeepsie, N.Y. 


14 Ken Mastrole 


QB 


So.* 


Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. 


35 


Jomo Huggins 


LB 


So.* 


Uniondale, N.Y. 


76 Jason McCauley 


DL 


Fr.* 


Key West, Fla. 


42 


Eric Ogbogu 


DE 


Sr. 


Irvington, N.Y. 


8 Harold Westley 


RB 


So. 


Deerfield Beach, Fla. 


95 


Ramon Oliveras 


DL 


Sr. 


Shirley, N.Y 










67 


Ted Purnell 


OL 


Sr.* 


Stony Brook, N.Y. 


GEORGIA 








4 


Keon Russell 


WR 


Jr.* 


Brooklyn, N.Y. 


51 Rhett Hesprich 


LB 


Sr.* 


Snellville, Ga. 


37 


Lewis Sanders 


DB 


So. 


Staten Island, N.Y. 










47 


Peter Timmins 


HB/FB So.* 


Staten Island, N.Y. 


ILLINOIS 








74 


Brett Trammell 


OL 


Fr.* 


Constantia, N.Y. 


56 Jamieson Wu 


0L 


So.* 


St. Charles, III. 


40 


Brian Underwood 


RB 


Sr.* 


Bronx, N.Y. 










50 


Brett White 


LB 


Sr.* 


Hornell, N.Y. 


LOUISIANA 


















19 Bruce James 


WR 


Jr.* 


Gretna, La. 


NORTH CAROLINA 
















98 


Anthony Jenkins 


DL 


Sr.* 


Winston-Salem, NX. 


MARYLAND 


















43 Jason Apolenis 


DB 


Jr.* 


Clarksburg, Md. 


OHIO 










85 Jermaine Arlington 


WR 


So. 


Landover, Md. 


91 


Delbert Cowsette 


DL 


So.* 


Cleveland, Ohio 


64 Guy Bising 


0L 


Jr. 


Gaithersburg, Md. 












82 Marlon Clary 


TE 


Sr. 


Ft. Washington, Md. 


PENNSYLVANIA 








86 Moises Cruz 


WR 


Fr.* 


Germantown, Md. 


26 


Bryn Boggs 


DB 


So.* 


Downingtown, Pa. 


39 Quinzy Fraser 


DB 


Jr. 


Rockville, Md. 


25 


Clifton Crosby 


DB 


Jr.* 


Erie, Pa. 


29 Ryan Gick 


LB 


Sr.* 


Waldorf, Md. 


20 


Troy Davidson 


DB 


So.* 


Pittsburgh, Pa. 


31 Darryl Giles 


DB 


Sr.* 


Suitland, Md. 


90 


Eric Hicks 


DE 


Sr. 


Erie, Pa. 


38 John Helmer 


LS 


So.* 


Silver Spring, Md. 


53 


Johnnie Hicks 


DL 


Sr.* 


Harrisburg, Pa. 


92 Mike Hull 


TE 


Fr.* 


Hagerstown, Md. 


81 


Josh Hough 


TE 


Sr.* 


Waynesboro, Pa. 


36 Paul Jackson 


DB 


Jr.* 


Clinton, Md. 


16 


Curtis Jones 


WR 


Fr.* 


Lancaster, Pa. 


15 Will Mack 


QB 


Fr.* 


Upper Marlboro, Md. 


73 


Ryan Rezzelle 


OL 


Jr.* 


Erie, Pa. 


18 Chris Pope 


RB 


So. 


Upper Marlboro, Md. 


10 


Sean Starner 


P 


Fr.* 


Mechanicsburg, Pa. 


52 Rashad Smith 


LB 


So.* 


Ft. Washington, Md. 


55 


Anthony Surman 


OL 


Jr.* 


Pittsburgh, Pa. 


12 Lynde Washington 


DB 


So.* 


Upper Marlboro, Md. 


63 


Ben Thomas 


OL 


Fr.* 


Avoca, Pa. 


54 Mitch Watkins 


0L 


Sr.* 


Salisbury, Md. 




















RHODE ISLAND 








MISSISSIPPI 








34 


Buddy Rodgers 


RB 


Sr. 


East Providence, R.I. 


7 Brad Rhodes 


K 


Jr.* 


Biloxi, Miss. 




















TEXAS 








MASSACHUSETTS 








5 


Trey Evans 


QB 


So.* 


Austin, Texas 


66 John Feugill 


OL 


Jr.* 


Methuen, Mass. 


11 


Kendrick Walton 


WR 


Jr.* 


Dallas, Texas 


NEW JERSEY 








VIRGINIA 








2 Henry Baker 


DB 


Sr. 


Paterson, N.J. 


44 


Eric Barton 


LB 


Jr. 


Alexandria, Va. 


3 Omar Cheeseboro 


WR 


Fr.* 


East Orange, N.J. 


24 


Damone Boone 


RB 


So. 


Springfield, Va. 


21 Ernest Grier 


DB 


Sr.* 


Absecon, N.J. 


30 


Russell Edwards 


P 


Jr.* 


Alexandria, Va. 


96 Julian Hambrick 


DL 


Fr. 


Elizabeth, N.J. 


27 


Daniel Eiskant 


DB 


So.* 


Alexandria, Va. 


77 Timm Howard 


OL 


Fr.* 


Leonardo, N.J. 


71 


Pat Ward 


OL 


Sr.* 


Herndon, Va. 


41 Erwyn Lyght 


LB 


So.* 


Westfield, N.J. 












33 Frank Mentzel 


RB 


Fr.* 


Clark, N.J. 


WASHIN 








75 Brad Messina 


OL 


So.* 


Bogota, N.J. 


68 


Darryl Gilliam 


OL 


Sr.* 


Washington, D.C. 


32 Kendall Ogle 


LB 


Jr.* 


Hillside, N.J. 


18 


Todd Stewart 


DB 


So. 


Washington, D.C. 


23 Kenny Rogers 


RB 


So. 


Monmouth Jet, N.J. 












55 Rasheed Simmons 


DE 


Jr.* 


Edison, N.J. 












48 Jon Watkins 


LB 


Fr.* 


Perth Amboy, N.J. 













*= redshirt 

Yr# =athletic eligibility for 1997 season 



34 



TERRAPIN FOOTBALL 



Maryland D epth Cha rt 




Following Spring Practice 










OFFENSE 

O 

Fullback 

Peter Timmins 
Kenny Rogers 








Placekicker 

Brad Rhodes 
Mike Christy 




Tailback 

Buddy Rodgers 
Brian Underwood 









Harold Westley 
Damone Boone 


o 

Quarterback 




o 




Brian Cummings 


o 


Wide Receiver 




Ken Masterole 


Wide Receiver 


Moises Cruz 






Bruce James 


Omar Cheeseboro 






Kendrick Walton 



Keon Russell 



o 

Left Tackle 

Darryl Gilliam 
Ryan Rezzelle 



o 

Left Guard 

Mitch Watkins 
Brad Messina 



o 

Center 

Ben Thomas 
Eric Timothy 



o 

Right Guard 



Pat Ward 
Jamie Wu 





o 






Tight End 




Tim Brown - Josh 


Hough 


o 


Mike Hull 




Right Tackle 






John Feugill 






Timm Howard 







X 



X 



Left End 

Eric Hicks 
Jason Brown 



Left Tackle 

Johnnie Hicks 
Delbert Cowsette 



Right Tackle 

Anthony Jenkins 
Ramon Oliveras 



Right End 

Eric Ogbogu 
Rasheed Simmons 



X 


X 


X 


X 


X 1 










Weak Linebacker 

Erwyn Lyght 
Ryan Gick 

X 

Strong Safety 

Henry Baker 

Shawn Forte 

Todd Stewart 
i 




Cornerback 

Troy Davidson 
Clifton Crosby 


Strong Linebacker 

Kendall Ogle 
Rhett Hesprich 

X 

Free Safety 

Paul Jackson 
Daniel Eiskant 


Inside Linebacker 

Eric Barton 
Brett White 

DEFENSE 


Cornerback 

Lewis Sanders 
Lynde Washington 






Punter 

Russell Edwards 
Sean Starner 











TERRAPIN FOOTBALL 



35 



Player Profiles 





BRIAN CUMMINGS 

Quarterback 

Sr.* 5-11 195 

Eastchester, N.Y. 

Major: Physical Education 
High School: lona Prep 



^ At Maryland: Has proven to 
be the team's emotional spark plug, leading the Terps to nine 
victories in 14 career starts... First Maryland quarterback since 
Neil O'Donnell to start as a sophomore... First sophomore 
quarterback in school history to begin season with four 
victories... currently stands ninth on the school's career 
completion percentage list (.560). ..Lettered in baseball his first 
two seasons but elected to concentrate on football only last 
spring... Selected by the Montreal Expos in the 19th-round of the 
1993 Major League Baseball Draft. 

► 1996: Started eight of nine games played... Completed career- 
high 21 passes in 13-10 victory over Georgia Tech before an ESPN 
audience... Threw for career-best three touchdowns in the first 
half to lead Terps to a 52-0 Homecoming victory over Wake 
Forest... Led team with 1,033 yards of total offense... Utilized 
athleticism to provide crucial block on wide receiver Geroy 
Simon's 61-yard TD reverse at North Carolina... Suffered two 
concussions during the season; the first came in game three in 
the opening quarter against Virginia and the second in the final 
minutes of the first half against Wake Forest... Returned 
courageously to play in West Virginia game despite suffering 
concussion and separation of throwing shoulder 14 days 
prior... Injuries forced him to miss games versus NX. State and 
Duke and 13 quarters total. 

*■ 1995: Led Terps to best start since 1978 (4-0). ..Started six of 
seven games played... Posted career-highs for passing yards (299) 
and total yards (321) in 41-28 win over Duke... Led team to 9-6 
victory over Wake Forest after replacing Scott Milanovich in the 
second quarter... Attempted career-high 35 passes against 
Clemson. 

► 1994: Contributed as third string quarterback while running 
short yardage offense... Rushed for one touchdown per game in 
first three career games against West Virginia, North Carolina and 
Georgia Tech... Totaled 63 yards and four rushing touchdowns on 
15 attempts in seven games played. 

^ At lona Prep: First-Team All-State as a senior... Two-time All- 
County and All-League selection... Gannett Newspapers named him 
County Player of the Year... New York Daily News First-Team All- 
County selection... Set school career records for passing attempts, 



completions, yards and touchdowns... Won the tri-county High 
School Heisman Award... Honorable Mention All-America honors 
as a pitcher, posting a 1.50 ERA and .472 batting average... Four- 
year honor roll student... Led Pee Wee League team to national 
championship appearance along with teammate and current 
Clemson quarterback, Nealon Greene. ..High school coach was 
Jerry Trezza. 

► Personal: Born September 30, 1975... The son of Patricia and 
Gerald Cummings. 

CUMMINGS' CAREER NUMBERS 





Year 
Offense 


Passing 
Att. Comp. 


Yds. 


Int. 


TD's 


Rushing 
Att. Yds. 


TD's 


Tot. 


1996 


173 


92 


1127 


9 


7 


64 


-94 


2 


1033 


1995 


166 


98 


1193 


4 


5 


76 


17 


1 


1210 


1994 

















27 


100 


4 


100 


Total 


339 


190 


2320 


13 


12 


167 


23 


7 


2,343 


1996 




















Opponent 


Att. 


Comp. 


Yds. 


Int. 


TD's 


Att. 


Yds. 


TD's 


Tot. 


N. Illinois 


16 


8 


120 


1 





7 


10 


1 


130 


Ala. -Birmingham 24 


17 


205 





2 


11 


-25 


1 


180 


Virginia 


6 


4 


48 








1 


9 





57 


West Vrrginia 


14 


3 


21 


4 





2 


-17 





4 


North Carolina 


23 


8 


75 


1 





7 


19 





94 


Wake Forest 


20 


13 


224 





3 


2 


-1 





223 


Clemson 


13 


5 


48 


1 





10 


•50 





-2 


Ga. Tech 


29 


21 


192 


2 


1 


10 


44 





236 


Florida State 


28 


13 


194 





1 


14 


-83 





111 


1995 




















Tulane 


12 


10 


71 








4 


1 





72 


North Carolina 


18 


10 


180 





1 


12 


-13 





167 


West Virginia 


26 


13 


130 


2 


2 


13 


16 


1 


146 


Duke 


27 


19 


299 





2 


12 


22 





321 


Wake Forest 


30 


20 


222 








6 


12 





234 


Clemson 


35 


15 


135 


2 





16 


-8 





127 


Louisville 


18 


11 


156 








13 


-13 





143 


1994 




















West Virginia 

















3 


29 


1 


29 


North Carolina 

















4 


8 


1 


8 


Ga. Tech 

















2 


-3 


1 


-3 


Tulane 

















2 


2 





2 


Virginia 

















1 


1 





1 


Syracuse 

















15 


63 


1 


63 


CUMMINGS' FILE 



Q. My most memorable athletic moment is: 

A. Beating Duke in 1995 to go 4-0. 

Q. I chose to play football at Maryland because: 

A. The quarterback tradition. 

Q. Since coming to Maryland I have learned: 

A. Responsibility and leadership. 



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TERRAPIN FOOTBALL 



Player Profiles 





TREY EVANS 

Quarterback 

So.* 6-1 187 

Austin, Texas 

Major: General Business 
High School: Round Rock 



^ At Maryland: Made big 

strides in spring practice and is competing for a back-up role to 

starter Brian Cummings. 

► 1996: Saw action as the holder on the field goal team. ..Lone 
pass attempt was called back after a botched field goal attempt 
at Duke. 

► 1995: A redshirt year. 

^- At Round Rock: First-Team All-District and All-Metropolitan 
Austin his senior year. ..Threw for 1,599 yards and 15 touchdowns 
as he led Round Rock to the 4A-5A District Championship his 
senior season... Completed 16 of 22 passes (72.7 %) for 208 yards 
and four touchdowns... High school coach was Inez Perez. 

^ Personal: Born March 9, 1977. ..The son of Clara Franklin. 

EVANS' FILE 

Q. My most memorable athletic moment is: 

A. Threw four touchdown passes in my high school 
championship game. 

Q. Favorite pre-game ritual: 

A. New pair of wristbands before every game. 

Q. Interesting fact about myself: 

A. I've always wanted to fly a fighter jet. 




WILL MACK 

Quarterback 

Fr.* 5-11 200 

Upper Marlboro, Md. 

Major: Pre-Physical Therapy 
High School: Gonzaga 

P- At Maryland: Will add 

depth at the quarterback position. 



► 1996: A redshirt year... Earned a spot on the team as a walk-on. 

► At Gonzaga: Honorable Mention All-Met selection by The 
Washington Post... Second-Team All-Conference... Led Gonzaga to 
the D.C. Championship game as both a sophomore and 
senior... Earned two letters in basketball... High school coach was 
Maus Collins. 

^ Personal: Born August 24, 1978... The son of Bobbie and 
William Mack. 

MACK'S FILE 

Q. My most memorable athletic moment is: 

A. Playing in the city championship game at Byrd Stadium 
as a senior. 

Q. My goal in life is: 

A. To get my degree and be a sports agent. 

Q. My favorite class at Maryand is: 

A. All of my business classes. 



TERRAPIN FOOTBALL 



37 



Player Profiles 





KEN MASTROLE 

Quarterback 

So.* 6-4 232 

Fort Lauderdale, Fla. 

Major: Agriculture and 
Resource Economics 
High School: Cardinal 
Gibbons 



► At Maryland: Became the first quarterback in school history 
to start as a redshirt freshman when he marched onto 
Mountaineer Field against West Virginia on September 

28... Battled Brian Cummings for the starting position throughout 
spring practice... Should continue to develop with each 
practice... Possesses prototype size and skills to be a top 
collegiate quarterback. 

► 1996: Started two of eight games played... Completed 10 
consecutive passes against N.C. State in second career 
start... Combined with Geroy Simon for season-high 52-yard 
completion... Posted career-highs for attempts (28), completions 
(15), and yards (140), against N.C. State... Connected with 
Kendrick Walton from seven yards out against Duke for first 
career touchdown pass... First game played came in relief 
performance for injured Cummings against Virginia in week 
three... Broke his collarbone against Blue Devils in opening series 
of second half... Injury required seven screws that still remain in 
his body. 

^- 1995: A redshirt year. 

► At Cardinal Gibbons: High school teammate of current Terp 
Harold Westley... Earned All-League, All-County and All-State as a 
senior... Max Emfinger ranked him the tenth-best quarterback in 
the country... Blue Chip Illustrated All-South selection... Threw for 
2,056 yards and 16 touchdowns during his final two 
seasons... Led Cardinal Gibbons to state championship semi-finals 
as a senior. ..High school coach was Don Marino. 

MASTROLE'S 1996 NUMBERS 



Opponent 
Offense 



Att. Comp. Yds. Int. TD's Att. Yds. TD's Tot. 



N. Illinois 





























Virginia 


15 


9 


66 


2 





7 


-5 





61 


West Virginia 


17 


5 


32 








2 


-1 





31 


N.C. State 


28 


15 


140 


1 





5 


-47 





93 


North Carolina 


1 


























Wake Forest 


11 


2 


10 








1 


-11 





-1 


Duke 


17 


5 


106 








2 


-8 





98 


Totals 


89 


36 


354 


3 





17 


-72 





282 



>- Personal: Born February 25, 1977... The son of Gail and 
Richard Mastrole. 

MASTROLE'S FILE 

Q. My most memorable athletic moment is: 

A. First start as a redshirt freshman at West Virginia. 

Q. Best book I've ever read is: 

A. Sacred Hoops. 

Q. If I could go anyplace in the world, it would be: 

A. New Zealand. 



m*l* ! 


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i 


GUY BISING 

Offensive Lineman 


Jr. 5-10 264 


* " 




Gaithersburg, Md. 


M 


V 


Major: Marketing 






High School: Gaithersburg 







► At Maryland: A hard worker 
who performs with enthusiasm on scout team assignments. 

► 1996: A redshirt year... Sat out under NCAA transfer 
guidelines. 

► 1995: Offensive line starter at Salisbury State. 

^ At Gaithersburg: First-Team All-Metro by The Washington 
Post... All-County selection as a junior and senior. ..High school 
coach was John Harvill. 

► Personal: Born December 18, 1976. ..The son of Betty Grimm 
and Guy Bising. 

BISING'S FILE 

Q. My most memorable athletic moment is: 

A. Winning the 1992 state championship at Byrd Stadium. 

Q. My goal in life is: 

A. To be happy and successful. 

Q. Since coming to Maryland, I have learned: 

A. The value of teamwork and how important it is to be 
part of a team. 



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TERRAPIN FOOTBALL 



Player Profiles 





JOHN FEUGILL 

Offensive Lineman 
Jr.* 6-8 300 
Methuen, Mass. 

Major: Criminology and 
Criminal Justice 
High School: Methuen 



► At Maryland: The projected starter at right offensive 
tackle... Made tremendous strides in improving his technique 
before an injury forced him to miss the spring game... An 
extremely competitive player. 

^ 1996: Started all 11 games at right tackle... Joined Erik 
Greenstein (center) and Darryl Gilliam (left tackle) as the only 
offensive lineman to start each game of the season. 

► 1995: A starter at right tackle in the season opener versus 
Tulane... Played tackle and tight end versus North Carolina in 
week two... Inserted as a replacement for the injured Darryl 
Gilliam at left tackle versus Georgia Tech and played most of the 
second half... Used on the Terps' short yardage and goal line 
offense as a tight end... Also a tight end versus N.C. State... A 
strong blocker who helped the Terps fire up their running game 
versus N.C. State leading to victory... A back-up versus Virginia 
and Florida State. 

► 1994: A redshirt year. 

► At Methuen: High school coach was Larry Kilmas. 

^ Personal: Born December 20, 1975. ..The son of Joanne 
Finnegan. 

FEUGILL'S FILE 

Q. My most memorable athletic moment is: 

A. Winning the state high school championship in 1992. 

Q. Since coming to Maryland I have learned: 

A. How important my family is to me. 

Q. An interesting fact about myself is: 

A. I have a twin sister named Jackie. 

Q. Athletes I most admire: 

A. My teammates at Maryland. 




DARRYL GILLIAM 

Offensive Lineman 
Sr.* 6-6 321 
Washington, D.C. 

Major: Government and 

Politics 

High School: St. John's 



^ At Maryland: The starter at left offensive tackle for the 
second consecutive year... A very gifted athlete who possesses 
the size and agility to be one of the top tackles in the Atlantic 
Coast Conference... Made strides during the spring in becoming 
more physical in the running game and became more consistent 
on pass protection. ..Will provide strong senior leadership. 

^ 1996: Started all 11 games at left offensive tackle. 

^ 1995: An Honorable Mention All-ACC selection as the starter 
at left offensive tackle... ACC Offensive Lineman of the Week for 
his West Virginia performance. ..Picture-perfect touchdown block 
led Buddy Rodgers to a 54-yard touchdown run. 

^ 1994: A redshirt year. 

► 1993: One of nine true freshmen to play on defense... Played 
in eight games and recorded seven tackles... First game action 
came as a back-up versus Virginia Tech where he recorded one 
tackle... Tackle for minus one-yard versus Penn State. ..Two 
tackles versus Georgia Tech. 

^ At St. John's: All-America selection by Street & Smith and 
Tom Lemming's Super Prep Magazine following his senior 
season... Two-time First-Team All-Metropolitan by The Washington 
Post... First-Team All-Metropolitan by the D.C. Pigskin Club his 
senior season... High school coach was John Ricca. 

^ Personal: Born February 17, 1975. ..The son of Dorothy 
Gilliam. 

GILLIAM'S FILE 

Q. I chose to play football at Maryland because: 

A. It was a great opportunity to play early and to rebuild a 
program. 

Q. My goal in life is: 

A. Simply win at everything I attempt. 

Q. Favorite pre-game ritual: 

A. The only ritual is not speaking. 



TERRAPIN FOOTBALL 



39 



Player Profiles 





TIMM HOWARD 
Offensive Lineman 
Fr.* 6-4 304 
Leonardo, N.J. 

Major: Physical Education 
High School: Middletown 
South 



^ At Maryland: Versatility to play either tackle position and 
could handle field goal snaps... Improved pass protection skills in 
spring ball... Has the potential to compete for playing time. 

^ 1996: A redshirt year. 

^ At Middletown South: Rated as the top lineman in New 
Jersey, second-best in the northeast and 23rd-best in the 
nation... SuperPrep and Blue Chip All-America selection. ..First- 
Team All-State, All-County and All-Shore selection... Winner of 
the Vince Lombardi Award as best lineman in the 
conference... Competed in the shot put in track and field. ..High 
school coach was Keith Comeforo. 

► Personal: Born August 8, 1978... The son of Patricia and 
Russell Howard. 

HOWARD'S FILE 

Q. My most memorable athletic moment is: 

A. Winning the state football championship at Giants 
Stadium. 

Q. The best book I've ever read is: 

A. Rise and Walk, the Dennis Byrd Story. 

Q. My career plans upon graduation are: 

A. Teach and coach at the high school level. 




BRAD MESSINA 

Offensive Lineman 
So.* 6-6 301 
Bogota, N.J. 

Major: Family Studies 
High School: Bogota 



► At Maryland: Has 

athleticism to play either the guard or tackle position. ..Has the 
potential to be a top performer in the ACC... Should get better 
with each practice. 

► 1996: Did not play. 

^ 1995: A redshirt year. 

^ At Bogota: All-East selection by Blue Chip Illustrated, the 
National Recruiting Advisor and Tom Lemming... All-State 
selection following senior season when he played both on the 
offensive and defensive line. ..75 tackles as a senior... Threw the 
shot put and discus... High school coach was Jamie Bittner. 

► Personal: Born February 11, 1977. ..The son of Barbara and 
Ronald Messina. 

MESSINA'S FILE 

Q. My most memorable athletic moment is: 

A. Earning a scholarship to play football at the University 
of Maryland. 

Q. My career plans upon graduation are: 

A. To work as a counselor with children. 

Q. Since coming to Maryland I have learned: 

A. Hard work pays off. 



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TED PURNELL 

Offensive Lineman 
Sr.* 6-6 272 
Stony Brook, N.Y. 

Major: Government and 

Politics 

High School: Ward Melville 

College: U.S. Naval Academy 

^ At Maryland: Possesses the athletic ability to develop as an 
offensive lineman... Made some real strides during spring practice. 

► 1996: Sat out under NCAA transfer guidelines... Transferred 
from Navy. 

► 1995: Did not play. 
!► 1994: Did not play. 
!► 1993: A redshirt year. 

► At Ward Melville: High school coach was Pack Hancock. 

|K Personal: Bom March 1, 1975. ..The son of Joy and Rick 
Pumell. 

PURNELL'S FILE 

Q. My most memorable athletic moment is: 

A. My first collegiate game, Army versus Navy. 

Q. My favorite hobby is: 

A. Scuba diving. 

Q. Since coming to Maryland I have learned: 

A. The importance of determination. 




RYAN REZZELLE 

Offensive Lineman 
Jr.* 6-6 310 
Erie, Pa. 

Major: Criminology and 

Criminal Justice 

High School: McDowell 



^ At Maryland: Versatile player who can play either tackle or 
guard... Worked hard to improve technique this spring... Excellent 
strength and good movement. 

^ 1996: Saw action against Northern Illinois, Alabama- 
Birmingham, Wake Forest and Georgia Tech. ..Back-up at guard 
position. 

► 1995: Back-up at both the right and left offensive guard 
positions... Played three quarters against Tulane at left 
guard... Saw action against North Carolina the following 
week... Played two quarters against Louisville. 

^ 1994: A redshirt year. 

^ At McDowell: All-East selection by Tom Flemming's SuperPrep 
Magazine... Honorable Mention All-East by Max Emfinger's 
Recruiting Almanac... Second-Team All-State performer... Graded 
out at 90 percent for his entire senior season... Carried a 3.7 
grade point average and scored 1,200 on the SAT. ..High school 
coach was Ron Rudler. 

!► Personal: Born April 21, 1976. ..The son of Linda and Peter 
Rezzelle. 

REZZELLE'S FILE 

Q. My most memorable athletic moment is: 

A. My first game as a Terp freshman versus Tulane. 

Q. My career plans upon graduation are: 

A. To go to graduate school in criminial justice here at 
Maryland. 

Q. Since coming to Maryland I have learned: 

A. More about myself and who I am. 



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ANTHONY SURMAN 

Offensive Lineman 
Jr.* 6-1 290 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Major: Government and 

Politics 

High School: Baldwin 



► At Maryland: Will work to polish his technique and maximize 
his talent... Has a strong desire to be successful and has a good 
work ethic... Moved from defensive line during spring practice. 

^ 1996: Did not play. 

>- 1995: Did not play. 

P- 1994: A redshirt year. 

► At Baldwin: Was an All-Conference honoree as both an 
offensive and defensive lineman and played in the "Big 33" All- 
Star game his senior season... All-Allegheny County First-Team 
selection as a senior... Averaged nine tackles a game as a senior 
guard... Four-year starter... Earned the "Good Citizenship Award" 
from the Sons of the American Revolution and the Academic 
Achievement Award by the South Hills Area School District... High 
School coach was Don Yannessa. 

^ Personal: Born April 20, 1976. ..The son of Denise and 
Anthony Surman...The older brother of Terp freshman Albert. 

SURMAN'S FILE 

Q. My goal in life is: 

A. Be a member of the United States Congress. 

Q. Since coming to Maryland I have learned: 

A. How to be an adult. 

Q. My favorite class at Maryland is: 

A. Government 451: Ths study of the former Soviet Union. 



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Offensive Lineman 


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Fr.* 6-2 289 


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Avoca, Pa. 


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Major: Letters and Sciences 


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High School: Riverside 


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^ At Maryland: Showed the 
savvy and toughness during the spring that the coaching staff 
will require from its centers... Could see action at the guard 
position as well... A young player who assimilated himself into 
the offense well and who is quickly learning the position. 

^ 1996: A redshirt year. 

^- At Riverside: Named All-East by Blue Chip Illustrated and 
earned Honorable Mention All-East recognition by Tom Lemming, 
the National Recruiting Advisor and SuperPrep Magazine... Second- 
Team All-State and First-Team All-Region at offensive guard... Was 
the first player at his school in 20 years to earn All-State 
honors... First-Team All-Scholastic Conference on both the 
offensive and defensive lines... Also an All-Conference selection in 
track and field as a discus thrower... High School coach was Steve 
Armillay. 



^ Personal: Born March 17, 1978. 
William Thomas. 

THOMAS' FILE 



.The son of Elizabeth A. and 



Q. My most memorable athletic moment is: 

A. Kicked the game-winning field goal in high school on 
the day my grandfather died. 

Q. Interesting fact about myself: 

A. I love to cook. 

Q. My favorite class at Maryland is: 

A. Geography. 



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ERIC TIMOTHY 

Offensive Lineman 
So.* 6-3 
Hamden, Conn. 



Major: Art Studio 
High School: Hamden 

^ At Maryland: One of the 
most talented athletes on the offensive line... Still learning the 
new offensive system and gaining confidence with each 
practice... Needs experience and repetitions. 

^ 1996: Played against Northern Illinois, Alabama-Birmingham, 
Wake Forest and Clemson. 

P- 1995: A redshirt year. 

^ At Hamden: Named the sixth-best prospect in Connecticut 
and seventh-best in the New England region by SuperPrep 
Magazine... Earned All-East recognition by Tom Lemming and the 
National Recruiting Advisor... 65 tackles, five sacks and seven 
knockdowns as a senior. ..More than 70 percent of the offensive 
plays were run to his side of the line... Graded out at more than 
90 percent for the entire season. ..High school coach was Tony 
Martone. 

► Personal: Born November 6, 1977. ..The son of Sandy Marler. 

TIMOTHY'S FILE 

Q. My most memorable athletic moment is: 

A. Getting a scholarship to play football at Maryland. 

Q. If I could change one thing in the world, it would 
be: 

A. Change people with racist views and prejudices. 

Q. My career plans upon graduation are: 

A. Become an art teacher. 




BRETT TRAMMELL 

Offensive Lineman 
Fr.* 6-5 315 
Constantia, N.Y. 

Major: Letters and Sciences 
High School: Central Square 

^ At Maryland: Has the size 

and movement to develop into an ACC tackle... Works hard and 

should continue to improve. 

P- 1996: A redshirt year. 

^ At Central Square: First-Team All-League on offense and All- 
State on defense... All-America selection by Tom Lemming... 
SuperPrep All-East Honorable Mention... National Recruiting 
Advisor All-New York selection... 1995 New York State unlimited 
power lifting champion... Placed fourth in state championship 
track and field meet in shot put as a junior... High school coach 
was John Irion. 

^ Personal: Born December 23, 1977. ..The son of Judi and Sid 
Trammell. 

TRAMMELL'S FILE 

Q. People that have had the greatest influence on my 
life: 

A. My family. 

Q. Favorite pre-game ritual is: 

A. Listening to music. 

Q. Best movie I've ever seen is: 

A. Tombstone. 



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Player Profiles 





PAT WARD 

Offensive Lineman 
Sr.* 6-4 310 
Herndon, Va. 

Major: Criminology and 

Criminal Justice 

High School: St. John's 



^ At Maryland: Starter at right guard ...Will be counted on 
heavily by coaching staff to anchor line. ..Tough, hard-nosed 
competitor... Has a tremendous will to win. 

^ 1996: Started first five games of the season at left 
guard... Broken leg against N.C. State ended his season. 

► 1995: Moved to offensive line and started 11 games at left 
guard... Joined center Erik Greenstein and right guard Aaron 
Henne as three members of the offensive line to start all 11 
games... Led offensive line with nine pancake blocks and seven 
knockdowns during the season... Season-high four cut blocks 
versus West Virginia... Team-high three pancakes against N.C. 
State. 

► 1994: Started season in back-up role on the offensive line but 
moved to defensive tackle against Florida State in the second 
game of the season. 

P- 1993: A redshirt year. 

^ At St. John's: An All-America selection by USA Today... Named 
the top lineman in the metropolitan area by the Washington 
Pigskin Club... First-Team All-Metropolitan junior and senior 
seasons... Three-year letterwinner at tackle position on offense 
and defense... Totaled 50 tackles and seven sacks his senior 
season... Also a three-year letterwinner in basketball... High 
school coach was John Ricca. 



^ Personal: Born April 3, 1974. 
Ward. 

WARD'S FILE 



.The son of Linda and James 



Q. My most memorable athletic moment is: 

A. Beating North Carolina at Byrd Stadium. 

Q. Since coming to Maryland I have learned: 

A. How to appreciate life, friends and family. 

Q. Best book I've ever read is: 

A. "The Winner Within" by Pat Riley. 




MITCH WATKINS 

Offensive Lineman 
Sr.* 6-2 283 
Salisbury, Md. 

Major: Criminology and 

Criminal Justice 

High School: Bennett 

College: Fork Union Military Academy 

^ At Maryland: A walk-on who earned a scholarship last 
season... Slated to be the starter at left offensive guard... Is 
extremely strong and possesses good speed... Can play either 
guard position and will be a force inside... Was the only offensive 
or defensive starter in the ACC who was not a scholarship player 
in 1996. ..Has a great will to win. 

► 1996: Won the starting job at right offensive guard in pre- 
season camp and remained a starter for the first four games of the 
season... Started the final six games of the season at right offensive 
guard after Pat Ward broke his leg versus N.C. State... Moved from 
defensive tackle to offensive tackle during the spring of 1996. 

^ 1995: Played in six games as a back-up left defensive tackle. 

► 1994: Started as a walk-on as a defensive tackle versus both 
Duke and Florida State... First career start at Duke resulted in 
three tackles. 

^ 1993: A redshirt year. 

► At Fork Union Military Academy: Led the team in sacks and 
finished second in tackles during his one prep season. ..Head 
coach was John Shuman. 

► At Bennett: Four-year letterwinner and two-year starter in 
football... Served as class president two years. 

► Personal: Born November 16, 1974... The son of Marsha and 
Brad Watkins. 

WATKINS' FILE 

Q. My most memorable athletic moment is: 

A. Starting as a freshman against defending national 
champion Florida State. 

Q. Since coming to Maryland, I have learned: 

A. Anything that comes easy isn't worth obtaining. 

Q. Athletes you most admire: 

A. NASCAR drivers. 



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JAMIESON WU 

Offensive Lineman 
So.* 6-3 305 
St. Charles, III. 

Major: Art Studio 
High School: St. Charles 



► At Maryland: Moved from 
the defensive line to offensive line for 1997... Is working at both 
guard positions and at center. ..Strongest player on the 
team... Made great strides this spring in new role and will 
contend for a starting position. 

^ 1996: Recorded eight tackles in five games... Recovered a 
lateral against NX. State... One tackle for a loss against North 
Carolina. 

P- 1995: A redshirt year. 

► At St. Charles: All-America selection by Scholastic Coach 
Magazine and Street and Smith's. ..Midwest All-Star by Blue Chip 
and the National Recruiting Advisor .. .Team captain and 
conference MVP as a senior... All-America and All-State performer 
in track and field... 4.0 grade point average throughout high 
school... High school coach was Buck Drach. 

^ Personal: Born September 18, 1977. ..The son of Donna and 
Robert Wu. 

WU'S FILE 

Q. My most memorable athletic moment is: 

A. Recovering a lateral against N.C. State. 

Q. My career plans upon graduation are: 

A. Work for an advertising company. 

Q. Athletes you most admire: 

A. Those who work hard to get where they are. 



DAMONE BOONE 


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Running Back 


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So. 5-9 200 




Springfield, Va. 


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Major: Letters and Sciences 




High School: West 




Springfield 





^ At Maryland: A very explosive runner who has great feet and 
athleticism and has big play potential... Tremendous acceleration 
bursts... Figures to compete for playing time in 1997 among the 
corps of Maryland running backs. ..Missed most of spring practice 
with a hamstring injury... One of the standout performers in 
Maryland's Red and White game, as he carried the ball nine times 
for 58 yards (6.4 yards per carry). 

^ 1996: Was sidelined for the majority of the season due to 
injuries... On the field for one play in win over Northern Illinois, 
but did not carry the ball. ..His time of 4.5 in the 40-yard dash 
was the best among the 1996 freshmen class. 

► At West Springfield: One of the most sought after high 
school running backs in the Washington area... Was the 1995 
Virginia High School Player of the Year and The Washington Post 
All-Met Player of the Year... Voted All-American by Parade, Blue 
Chip and National Recruiting Advisor. ..Is Maryland's second ever 
Parade All- American... Set a Virginia single game record with 500 
rushing yards against Annandale his senior year... Rushed for 88 
yards on 16 carries at the 1996 Chesapeake Classic... Also ran 
relays for the track squad. ..Worked out under the guidance of 
former Green Bay Packer Rob Brown... High school coach was 
Frank Creneti. 

^ Personal: Born April 16, 1978. ..The son of Evelyn and Cleo 
Boone. 

BOONE'S FILE 

Q. My goal in life is: 

A. To get my degree. 

Q. My career plans upon graduation are: 

A. To get a good job and be able to take care of my family. 

Q. Athletes you most admire: 

A. Walter Payton. 



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FRANK MENTZEL 

Running Back 

Fr.* 6-1 232 

Clark, N.J. 

Major: Letters and Sciences 
High School: Johnson 
Regional 



► At Maryland: Will get an opportunity to compete at the 
fullback or H-back position... Missed much of the spring due to a 
nagging muscle pull in his upper body that slowed his progress. 

► 1996: A redshirt year. 

^ At Johnson Regional: An All-State honoree...An All-East 
selection by Tom Lemming, Blue Chip and SuperPrep with 
Honorable Mention by National Recruiting Advisor... The county 
scoring leader with 16 touchdowns and three two-point 
conversions... Rushed for 800 yards... Registered 70 tackles on 
defense... His team won the state championship and finished 11- 
0... Coached by Bob Taylor. 

^ Personal: Born March 27, 1978... The son of Barbara and 
Thomas Mentzel. 

MENTZEL'S FILE 

Q. My most memorable athletic moment is: 

A. Winning the high school state football championship. 

Q. My goal in life is: 

A. To have a happy and healthy family. 

Q. I chose to play football at Maryland because: 

A. It was the best choice, both academically and 
athletically, for myself. 



CHRIS POPE 

Running Back 

So. 5-6 164 

Upper Marlboro, Md. 

Major: Engineering 
High School: Largo 



^ At Maryland: A hard 

worker who improved steadily throughout spring 

practice... Earned spot on roster as a walk-on in spring ball. 

► At Largo: High school coach was Rocco Romeo. 

^ Personal: Born December 30, 1977. ..The son of Linda and 
Donald Pope. 

POPE'S FILE 

Q. My most memorable athletic moment is: 

A. Winning the state championship football game in high 
school. 

Q. If I could change one thing in the world, it would 
be: 

A. Equal opportunity for all people. 

Q. My career plans upon graduation are: 

A. Computer engineering and web page design. 



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BUDDY RODGERS 

Running Back 

Sr. 5-11 230 

East Providence, R.I. 



Major: Family Studies 

High School: East Providence 



► At Maryland: Named the 
24th-best running back in the nation by Lindy's Magazine... Pre- 
season First-Team All-ACC selection by Lindy's... A very explosive 
and tough runner... Has the ability to find holes and accelerate 
through them... Has the ability to earn tough yards... Has the 
complete package — can catch, run and block... Will retain his 
starting spot at running back heading into fall training 
camp... One of the top running backs in the Atlantic Coast 
Conference and an All-Conference candidate. 

► 1996: Played hurt for most of 1996 with a bad hamstring and 
other nagging injuries... Finished tenth overall in the ACC in 
rushing yards per game (47.6) with 447 yards on 100 carries (4.5 
yards per carry) in nine games played... Second on the team in 
rushing yards... Seventh on the team in catches with seven for 53 
yards (7.6 yards per catch)... Biggest game came in Maryland's 
win at Duke when he ran for 176 yards on 31 carries (5.7 ypc), 
including a 39-yard run... Scored the winning touchdown on an 
11 yard run with 14:38 left in the game... Scored the first 
receiving touchdown of his career in the second quarter, taking a 
swing pass in and running it in five yards for the score... Was the 
Terps leading rusher at Virginia as he ran for 47 yards against a 
stingy Cavalier defense... First 100-yard rushing game of the 
season in Maryland's win over Wake Forest, carrying the ball 23 
times for 108 yards (4.6 yards per carry). ..Had touchdown runs 
of four and two yards against the Demon Deacons for his second 
multi-touchdown game of the season. 

^ 1995 Honors: Honorable Mention All-ACC. 

► 1995: Led the Terps in rushing with a career-high 718 yards on 
a career-high 158 carries... An Honorable Mention All-ACC selection 
and was the seventh leading rusher in the conference... His 718 
yards rushing was the most by a Terp runner since Alvin Blount 
gained 828 during the 1985 season. ..Racked up 107 yards on 14 
carries at Tulane...His 107 yards marked the first 100-yard rushing 
game of his career along with his first multi-touchdown 

game... Threw his first ever collegiate pass for a 32 yard touchdown 
on a halfback option that sealed the Terps victory over North 
Carolina... Biggest rushing output of the season came against West 
Virginia as he ran for 121 yards... Career-high 54-yard touchdown 
run in the first quarter... The run was also the longest by a 
Maryland running back in four years... Had his second straight 100- 



yard rushing game with 103 yards on 13 carries (7.9 yards per 
carry) versus Duke... Career-high six receptions versus 
Clemson... Finished fourth on the team in passes caught with 25 
and fifth in yardage with 164... Tallied a career-high 45 yards 
receiving in Maryland's nationally televised contest at Georgia Tech. 

^ 1994: One of eight true freshmen to see action during the 
season... Became only the fifth true Terp freshman 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 in 
1990. ..The first true freshman running back to score a touchdown 
in the first game of his first season... First career touchdown came 
in the third quarter of the season opener versus Duke. 

► 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 seasons... Two-time Gatorade Player of the Year in Rhode 
Island... Also named First-Team All-State and All-Region his 
junior and senior seasons... Blue Chip Illustrated had him listed as 
the number one running back prospect in the east... Amassed 
3,231 yards (8.7 avg.) rushing and totaled 322 points during 
three varsity seasons. ..Rushed for 1,297 yards and 22 
touchdowns as a senior... Earned Second-Team All-State honors in 
track as a sophomore and earned most outstanding player award 
on the basketball team his junior year. ..High school coaches 
were Steven Silug, Sandy Forham and John Stringfellow. 

► Personal: Born August 5, 1976. ..The son of Jeanette Estes. 
RODGERS' NUMBERS 



Rushing 












1996 




Carries 


Yards 


TD 


Long 


Northern Illinois 




6 


55 





31 


Alabama-Biiming] 


lam 


11 


27 


2 


8 


Virginia 




18 


47 





12 


West Virginia 




4 


10 





7 


N.C. State 




1 


4 





4 


North Carolina 




5 


21 





17 


Wake Forest 




23 


106 


2 


14 


Duke 




31 


176 


1 


39 


Clemson 




1 


1 





1 


Totals 




100 


447 


5 


39 


RODGERS' 


FILE 









Q. My most memorable athletic moment is: 

A. Scoring my first collegiate touchdown versus Duke in 1994. 

Q. I chose to play football at Maryland because: 

A. It has given me the chance to further my education. 

Q. If I could change anything in the world, it would be: 

A. Putting an end to racial violence. 



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KENNY ROGERS 

Running Back 

So. 5-9 198 

Monmouth Junction, N.J. 

Major: Letters and Sciences 
High School: So. Brunswick 



^ At Maryland: Has an 

opportunity to compete at the H-back/fullback position in 
Maryland's new offense... An intelligent player who catches the 
ball well and has good foot speed. 

► 1996: Earned limited playing time as a true freshman running 
back last season. ..Saw his first collegiate action in Maryland's 
win over Northern Illinois... Scored his first career points with a 
two point conversion run in victory over Alabama-Birmingham. 

► At South Brunswick: 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... An All-East selection by Tom Lemming, SuperPrep, 
Blue Chip and National Recruiting Advisor... Honor Roll student in 
1994 and 1995. ..High school coach was John Cappola. 

^ Personal: Born March 15, 1977. ..The son of Sheryl Avery. 



ROGERS' NUMBERS 










1996 


Carries 


Yards 


TD 


Long 


N. Illinois 


1 


3 





3 


Alabama-Birmingham 


1 


1 





1 


West Virginia 


4 


7 





4 


Wake Forest 


4 


15 





11 


Duke 


1 


7 





7 


Georgia Tech 


2 


9 





8 


Florida State 


3 


-1 





2 




16 


41 





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ROGER'S FILE 



Q. My most memorable athletic moment is: 

A. Gained more than 1,000 yards and finished with a 
record of 7-2 my senior year. 

Q. My favorite class at Maryland is: 

A. English 241: Introduction to Novels. 

Q. My favorite non-sports hero is: 

A. My mother because of her determination. 




PETER TIMMINS 

H Back/Fullback 
So/ 6-3 227 
Staten Island, N.Y. 

Major: Criminology and 
Criminal Justice 
High School: Curtis 



► At Maryland: Moved to fullback from linebacker at the start 
of spring practice... Has demonstrated the ability to be an 
effective blocker and receiver... Enjoyed a productive spring and 
enters the fall as the starting H-back/fullback. 

► 1996: Played in all 11 games at linebacker and recorded 25 
tackles... Had two tackles for minus yardage and one 

sack... Quarterback sack came versus West Virginia and another 
tackle for loss came versus Alabama-Birmingham. ..Career-high six 
tackles versus N.C. State... Career-high four primary hits came 
versus the Wolfpack...Five stops versus Northern Illinois and 
North Carolina... One pass break-up came versus Wake Forest. 

O 1995: A redshirt year. 

► At Curtis: All-America by SuperPrep .Magazine... All-East by 
Tom Lemming and the National Recruiting Advisor... First-Team 
All-New York State and New York City as a senior... First-Team All- 
New York City by the New York Daily News. ..Named as one of the 
top five players in the state of New York by SuperPrep 
Magazine... Recorded 92 tackles, 12 tackles for minus yardage and 
seven quarterback sacks as a senior... High school coach was Fred 
Olivieri. 



)► Personal: Born September 20, 1977. 
Jimmy Timmins. 

TIMMINS' FILE 



.The son of Gail and 



Q. My most memorable athletic moment is: 

A. Signing a football scholarship. 

Q. Interesting fact about myself: 

A. I love National Geographic shows. 

Q. My career plans upon graduation are: 

A. Attend culinary school. 



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BRIAN UNDERWOOD 
Running Back 
Sr.* 6-2 197 
Bronx, N.Y. 

Major: African-American 

Studies 

High School: Herbert Lehman 



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MA 



^ At Maryland: A hard runner who combines power with the 
ability to make a defender miss... Should contribute greatly at 
the tailback position... Rushed for 66 yards on 11 carries in 
spring game. 

^ 1996: Played in all 11 games and started three. ..The Terps' 
leading rusher with 449 yards on 97 carries for a 4.6 yards per 
carry average. ..Season-high 80-yards rushing on 14 carries at 
Clemson... Averaged a career-high 9.3 yards per carry versus 
Northern Illinois... Gained 74 yards on eight carries and had a 
season-long 31-yard rush versus Northern Illinois. ..94 yards of 
total offense, including a career-long 48-yard touchdown 
reception versus Wake Forest... 59 receiving yards versus Wake 
Forest is a career-high. 

P- 1995: Rushed for 290 yards, second-best on the team. ..92 
yards on 17 carries versus Tulane in the season opener including 
a career-long 35-yard run... Also scored on a three-yard run and 
caught three passes for 30 yards versus Tulane... Rushed for 88 
yards on nine carries versus Duke including one carry for 33 
yards... Fifth leading receiver with 122 yards on 18 receptions. 

► 1994: Played in 11 games as a redshirt freshman seeing 
action in the backfield and on special teams... Career-high 163 
yards in total offense versus North Carolina (52 rushing, 23 
receiving, 88 on kickoff returns)... Offensive Player of the Week 
by coaching staff for North Carolina performance... First career 
touchdown came versus Florida State on a seven-yard reception. 

^ 1993: A redshirt year. 

► At Herbert Lehman: Gatorade Player of the Year in the State 
of New York as a senior... SuperPrep Magazine First-Team All- 
American. ..First-Team All-New York County selection by the New 
York Times, New York Daily News, New York Post and Long Island 
Newsday...k high school Heisman All-Star... Team Most Valuable 
Player and Most Outstanding Offensive Player as a 

senior... Rushed for 1,150 yards and scored 17 

touchdowns... Football team captain and lettered in basketball 

and track. ..High school coach was Carmine Carlosantos. 



^ Personal: Born February 6, 1975. ..The son of Susie and Jimmy 
Underwood. 

UNDERWOOD'S FILE 

Q. My most memorable athletic moment is: 

A. Scoring my first collegiate touchdown versus Florida 
State in 1994. 

Q. Since coming to Maryland I have learned: 

A. How to budget my time well in order to be successful. 

Q. If I could change one thing in the world, it would 
be: 

A. Establishing political harmony and setting all political 
prisoners free. 




HAROLD WESTLEY 

Running Back 

So. 5-7 166 

Deerfield Beach, Fla. 

Major: Letters and Sciences 
High School: Cardinal 
Gibbons 



^ At Maryland: Possesses good speed with great open field 
skills. ..Has big play capabilities and can go the distance... 
Catches the ball well and has a great deal of potential as a young 
player. ..His 109 total yards against Northern Illinois was the 
most ever by a Terp running back making his debut. 

^ 1996: Became only the third Terp freshman in program 
history to rush for over 100 yards by compiling 120 yards on 11 
attempts against Wake Forest. ..Led the Terps in rushing through 
seven games... Named ACC Rookie of the Week following his effort 
against the Demon Deacons. ..His 421 rushing yards was the most 
by a Terp freshman since Mark Mason in 1990... First career 
rushing touchdown accompanied his record setting debut. 

^ At Cardinal Gibbons: High school teammate with Terp 
quarterback Ken Mastrole... National Recruiting Advisor named 
him Top 50 in Florida in 1994... Clocked at 4.35 in the 40-yard 
dash...B/ue Chip and Tom Lemming named him All-South... Ran a 
10.38 100-yard dash... High school coach was Don Marino. 



^ Personal: Born January 2, 1977. 
Westley. 



.The son of Helen and Harold 



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WESTLEY'S FILE 



Q. My most memorable athletic moment was: 

A. Running a 10.55 in the 100-meter dash at 13 years old 
in front of 30,000 spectators. 

Q. If I could change one thing in the world, it would 
be: 

A. There would be no homeless people. 

Q. My favorite spot on the Maryland campus is: 

A. The football team house weight room. 




JERMAINE 
ARRINGT0N 

Wide Receiver 

So. 5-9 163 

Landover, Md. 

Major: Kinesiological 

Sciences 

High School: Bowie 



► At Maryland: A walk-on member of the team who showed 
potential to compete for playing time in the season ahead. 

^ 1996: Did not play. 

► At Bowie: All-County and All-Metropolitan... Team MVP in 
football as a junior and senior... Track MVP as a senior. ..High 
school coach was Gary Wrenn. 

► Personal: Born July 3, 1977. ..The son of Leanna and Calvin 
Arrington. 



ARRINGTON'S FILE 


Q. My goal in life: 

A. Achieve every goal that I have and will set for myself. 

Q. If I could change one thing in the world, it would 
be: 

A. I would put an end to the violence. 




OMAR CHEESEBORO 

Wide Receiver 

Fr.* 6-2 184 

East Orange, N.J. 

Major: Letters and Sciences 
High School: Immaculate 
Conception 



► At Maryland: Demonstrated the ability to make the first 
defender miss after a reception... Makes the difficult catches. 

^ 1996: A redshirt year. 

► At Immaculate Conception: Selected All-State... Clocked at 
4.5 in the 40-yard dash. ..Led 1994 team to state 
championship... Team captured conference title his final two 
years... SuperPrep All- American and ranked fifth-best receiver in 
the nation... Blue Chip Magazine AU-American...Made Tom 
Lemming's All-East team... Honorable Mention All-American by 
National Recruiting Advisor... Surpassed the 1,000-point plateau 
on the basketball court as well... High school coach was John 
Finnegan. 

► Personal: Born February 14, 1977. ..The son of Ruby and Sam 
Thomas. 

CHEESEBORO'S FILE 

Q. My most memorable athletic moment is: 

A. Scoring four touchdowns in one half in high school. 

Q. My goal in life is: 

A. Finish everything I start. 

Q. Since coming to Maryland I have learned: 

A. How to work with others. 



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MOISES CRUZ 

Wide Receiver 




Fr.* 5-11 179 
Germantown, Md. 

Major: Letters and Sciences 
High School: Seneca Valley 



^ At Maryland: Concluded 

spring practice competing for a starting position. ..Dependable 

receiver with deceiving speed. 

|K 1996: A redshirt year. 

^> At Seneca Valley: Versatile athlete who competed on both 
sides of the ball... Named All-ACC Area by Tom Lemming, 
National Recruiting Advisor and Blue Chip... Named All-County 
as a wide receiver... Played baseball, basketball and ran 
track... High school coach was Terry Changuris. 

^ Personal: Born March 2, 1978. ..Son of Maryland Ibarra and 
Angel Cruz. 

CRUZ'S FILE 

Q. My most memorable athletic moment is: 

A. Made the game winning catch in overtime of a state 
championship semi-final game which sent us to the 
championship game. 

Q. If I could change one thing in the world, it would 
be: 

A. Putting an end to all of the violence in the world. 

Q. If I could spend one day with any person, it 
would be: 

A. Michael Jordan. 



Major: Criminology and 
Criminal Justice 
High School: Archbishop 
Shaw 

^ At Maryland: Earned starting spot at one of the wide receiver 
slots. ..Has excellent speed. ..Consecutive reception streak stands 
at 13 games entering the season. 

► 1996: Finished second on the team in receptions with 

21. ..Caught at least one pass in all 11 games... Started against 
Wake Forest and Duke. ..Accumulated season-high 32 yards 
receiving against Alabama-Birmingham in 39-15 Terp 
victory. ..Hauled in 26-yard reception against the Blazers. ..Had 
four games with at least three receptions. 

► 1995: Placed second on the team in yards-per-reception 
(13.8) and sixth in receptions (16). ..Posted career-high four 
catches against West Virginia and Duke. ..Played in 10 
games... Scored first career touchdown on a 48-yard reception 
against the Blue Devils... Posted career-best 67 reception yards 
against Duke in his first career start. 

!► 1994: A redshirt year. 

► At Archbishop Shaw: An Honorable Mention All-State, First- 
Team All-District and All-Metropolitan honoree his final two 

JAMES' CAREER NUMBERS 





Rec. 


Yards 


TD 


Long 


1996 


21 


170 




26 


1995 


16 


221 


1 


48 


Total 


37 


391 


1 


48 


1996 










Opponent 


Rec. 


Yards 


TD 


Long 


N. Illinois 


1 


9 





9 


Ala. -Birmingham 


3 


32 





26 


Virginia 


2 


26 





19 


West Virginia 


3 


29 





12 


N.C. State 


3 


21 





11 


North Carolina 


1 


8 





8 


Wake Forest 


2 


5 





3 


Duke 


1 


2 





2 


Clemson 


1 


7 





7 


Ga. Tech 


3 


26 





11 


Florida State 


1 


5 





5 


1995 










West Virginia 


4 


52 





28 


Duke 


4 


67 


1 


48 


Ga. Tech 


1 


13 





13 


Louisville 


3 


40 





24 


N.C. State 


1 


15 





15 


Virginia 


1 


6 





6 


Florida State 


2 


28 





26 



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seasons... Graduated as the school's all-time leading rusher, 
playing in 36 consecutive games... Rushed for a school-record 47 
touchdowns... An All-Metro selection in track as well... A three- 
year letterwinner in both football and track... High school coach 
was Hank Tierney. 

^ Personal: Born February 23, 1975... The son of Judith and 
Bruce James. 

JAMES 1 FILE 

Q. My most memorable athletic moment is: 

A. Scoring my first collegiate touchdown versus Duke in 1995. 

Q. If I could change one thing about the world, it 
would be: 

A. I would put a stop to all of the violence. 

Q. Since coming to Maryland I have learned: 

A. How to take care of my responsibilities. 

Q. An interesting fact about myself: 

A. I cook really well. 




CURTIS JONES 

Wide Receiver 

Fr.* 6-4 204 

Lancaster, Pa. 

Major: Engineering 
High School: Conestoga 
Valley 



^ At Maryland: Has the potential to develop into a good receiver. 

^ 1996: A redshirt year. 

► At Conestoga Valley: Elected team's Most Valuable 

Player... Selected Blue Chip Illustrated All-Region... Named among 

USA Today's Players to Watch in 1994 pre-season...Team finished 



JONES' FILE 

Q. My career plans upon graduation are: 

A. Work to be an impact on society's problems. 

Q. Athletes you most admire: 

A. Those who achieve greatness, no matter what sport. 

Q. If I could go any place in the world, it would be: 

A. A tropical rainforest in Africa. 



second in the district... Lettered on basketball team that finished 
second in the district... High school coach was Gerid Novak. 



^- Personal: Born January 22, 1977. 
and Gilbert L. Jones. 



.The son of Melba L. Jones 




KEON RUSSELL 




Wide Receiver 


<e* 


Jr.* 5-11 191 


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Brooklyn. N.Y. 


j^ it A 


Major: Criminology and 


1 l# A 


Criminal Justice 


1 m 


High School: Midwood 


^■it^H 


College: American International 





^ At Maryland: Converted to wide receiver in spring practice 
after playing the quarterback position last year... Has the speed, 
tenacity and quickness to be a good wide receiver... Should 
contribute this fall. 

^ 1996: Came off the bench at Duke to lead the Terps for a 
come-from-behind 22-19 win. ...Connected for first career 
completion in victory over Blue Devils... Utilized his athleticism 
to earn third-place on the depth chart as a walk-on. 

^ At American International: Compiled 645 yards on 52 
completions and 104 passes... Threw for five touchdowns in eight 
games played... Completed a career-long 66-yard pass for a 
touchdown against Southern Connecticut... Rushed for 218 yards 
on 68 carries. 

^ At Midwood: Earned All-State and All-City honors his senior 
year. ..Named Most Valuable Player in his final year. ..Earned two 
letters in basketball... High school coach was Marshall Tames. 



P- Personal: Born July 22, 1977. 
Donovan Russell. 



.The son of Gladys and 



RUSSELL'S FILE 


Q. My most memorable athletic moment is: 

A. Taking my high school team to the playoffs for the first 
time in five years. 


Q. 

A. 


My career plans upon graduation are: 

Attend the DEA Academy. 


Q. 

A. 


Best book I've ever read is: 

The autobiography of Fredrick Douglas. 



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Player Profiles 





KENDRICK WALTON 

Wide Receiver 

Jr.* 6-3 181 

Dallas, Texas 

Major: Criminology and 
Criminal Justice 
High School: Carter 



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^ At Maryland: Possesses prototypical size for a receiver... An 
effective blocker who possesses sure hands. ..Should play 
extensively. 

^ 1996: Converted first catch into a touchdown on a seven-yard 
wide receiver screen from Ken Mastrole against Duke... Registered 
a career-high four catches and 32 receiving yards against Georgia 
Tech to help lead Maryland to a 13-10 victory in first career 
start... Hauled in career-long 12-yard catch against Yellow 
Jackets... Ended season with four consecutive games with at least 
one catch... Played in nine games. 

► 1995: Received a medical redshirt after playing in only one 
game. ..Caught one pass for 11 yards in season opening victory 
over Tulane. 

► 1994: The only true freshman to see playing time at wide 
receiver. ..One of only eight true freshmen to play. ..Played in his 
first career game against Clemsonand registered his first career 
catch against North Carolina... Played in five games. 

► At Carter: Caught 48 passes for 729 yards and 10 touchdowns 
his senior campaign. ..Max Emfinger's Recruiting Magazine rated 
him as the eighth-best receiver prospect... The 14th-rated 
receiver in the southwest by Blue Chip Magazine... High school 
coach was Freddie Jones. 

► Personal: Born September 4, 1975... The son of Diedra 
Franklin and James Walton. 

WALTON'S FILE 

Q. My most memorable athletic moment is: 

A. When I scored my first collegiate touchdown versus 
Duke. 

Q. My career plans upon graduation are: 
A. To work my way through law school. 

Q. Since coming to Maryland I have learned: 

A. How to depend on myself. 



WALTON'S Nli'. 


BERS 








Year 


He. 


Yards 


TD 


Long 


1996 
1995 
1994 
Total 


7 
1 

,' 
10 


51 
1 

-5 
48 


1 


1 


12 
11 
-2 
12 


1996 


Rec. 


Yards 


TD 


Long 


Duke 
Clemson 
Ga. Tech 
Florida State 
Totals 


1 
1 
4 
1 
7 


7 

2 

32 

10 

51 


1 





1 


7 

2 

12 

10 

12 


1995 


Rec. 


Yards 


TD 


Long 


Tulane 


1 


11 





11 


1994 


Rec 


Yards 


TD 


Long 



North Carolina 

Tulane 

Totals 



-2 
-3 
-5 




TIM BROWN 

Tight End 

Sr. 6-3 245 

Brentwood, N.Y. 

Major: Family Studies 
High School: Brentwood 
Nassau Community College 



^ At Maryland: Enters fall practice as the starter at tight 
end. ..Continues to improve with each practice. 

► 1996: Played in all 11 games and started versus Virginia in 
week three and West Virginia in week four... Did not record any 
receptions from the tight end position. 

► At Nassau: Two-year starter and team captain his senior 
season for Top 10 ranked program. ..Led team to 18 wins and two 
bowl appearances... Junior college coach was George Powers. 

^ At Brentwood: All-League honors as a senior. ..Four-year 
letterwinner in football and also played basketball... High school 
coach was David Villatore. 

^ Personal: Born October 14, 1975. ..The son of Bettie and 
Tommie Brown. 

BROWN'S FILE 

Q. My most memorable athletic moment is: 

A. Catching a touchdown pass in a junior college game. 

Q. My goal in life is: 

A. To be successful and raise a family. 

Q. Since coming to Maryland, I have learned: 

A. Responsibility. 



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MARLON CLARY 

Tight End 

Sr. 6-3 250 

Fort Washington, Md. 

Major: Government and 

Politics 

High School: Nottoway (Va.) 



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^ At Maryland: Moved from the defensive line to tight end for 
1997. ..Position move was a smooth transition in spring 
ball... Physical player who catches the ball well. 

► 1996: Played in one game at defensive end against Georgia 

Tech. 

► At Nottoway: High school coach was Joe May. 

► Personal: Born January 1, 1972. ..Son of Pearl Clary. 
CLARY'S FILE 

Q. My most memorable athletic moment is: 

A. Touchdown catch my senior year against Park View. 

Q. My career plans upon graduation are: 

A. Start a political career. 

Q. Athletes you most admire: 

A. Anyone that goes 100 percent not for money, but for 
the love of the game. 



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JOSH HOUGH 

Tight End 

Sr.* 6-5 254 

Waynesboro, Pa. 

Major: Art Studio 

High School: Waynesboro 

Area 


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College: Valley Forge Military Academy 

► At Maryland: Knee injury in spring ball limited his playing 
time... Should recover fully for his final season... Has the 
potential to be a physical player. 

► 1996: Played in eight games. ..One start came against 
Alabama-Birmingham. 

^ 1995: A redshirt year. 

► At Valley Forge: Recorded 20.5 sacks in 18 games at Valley 
Forge Military Academy... Captain of the prestigious Pennsylvania 
"Big 33" All-Star Game... First-Team All-Harrisburg Area selection 
on defense as a senior... First-Team All-League selection in the 
Blue Mountain League as an offensive and defensive 
lineman... Graduated with a 3.0 grade point average from Valley 
Forge. 

► At Waynesboro Area: High school coach was Darwin Seiler. 

^ Personal: Born July 15, 1975. ..The son of Karen and William 
Hough. 

HOUGH'S FILE 

Q. My most memorable athletic moment is: 

A. Victory over Gettysburg High School in 1992. 

Q. If I could go anywhere in the world, it would be: 

A. On a safari. 

Q. Since coming to Maryland I have learned: 

A. Take charge of what needs to be done. 



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Player Profiles 





MIKE HULL 

Tight End 

Fr.* 6-6 244 

Hagerstown, Md. 

Major: General Business 
High School: South 
Hagerstown 



>■ At Maryland: Improved with each practice during the 
spring... Catches the ball well. ..Has the size and aggressiveness to 
be a starter. 

^ 1996: A redshirt year. 

^ At South Hagerstown: SuperPrep Mid-Atlantic selection... Blue 
Chip Second-Team All-America... Selected to Tom Lemming's All- 
ACC area team... Washington County Defensive Player of the 
Year... All- Area and All-County at both the offensive guard and 
defensive lineman positions... Also played basketball and 
baseball... National Honor Society member... High school coach 
was Greg Kellick. 

^ Personal: Born April 23, 1978... The son of Nancy and Donald 
Hull. 

HULL'S FILE 

Q. My most memorable athletic moment is: 

A. Winning the state high school championship in 
baseball. 

Q. Since coming to Maryland I have learned: 

A. Hard work and perseverance pay off. 

Q. I chose to play football at Maryland because: 

A. It was a great opportunity and close to my family. 




ERIC BARTON 

Linebacker 

Jr. 6-3 235 

Alexandria, Va. 

Major: Criminology and 

Criminal Justice 

High School: Thomas A. Edison 



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^ At Maryland: Has the potential to be among the top 
linebackers in the ACC.Runs well, has a knack for pressing the 
ball and hits with authority... Excels in both the run and pass 
game defense... Signal caller for the defense. 

^ 1996 Honors: Honorable Mention All-Atlantic Coast 
Conference by ACSWA...ACC Defensive Lineman of the Week 
following Virginia game. 

^ 1996: Team leader in tackles with career-high 106 
stops. ..Only the second sophomore in Maryland history to lead 
the team in tackles... Tied for 11th in the ACC with 9.6 tackles 
per game... Career-high 14 tackles versus Duke... 13 total tackles 
versus West Virginia and North Carolina... 12 tackles versus 
Virginia and 10 versus Clemson...Two sacks for minus 17 
yards... Career-high four tackles for loss on the season with two 
coming in the season finale versus Florida State. 

► 1995: The only true freshman to play during the 

season... Made his collegiate debut versus Wake Forest on October 
7. ..Six tackles versus the Demon Deacons... Season-high nine 
tackles and one forced fumble versus Clemson. 

► At Thomas Edison: All-America selection by the National 
Recruiting Advisor... All-Atlantic Coast Area by Blue Chip 
Illustrated... Selected as the No. 10 player in Virginia by Super 
Prep Magazine and No. 11 in the state by Tom Lemming. ..High 
school coach was Dennis Randolph. 

^ Personal: Born September 29, 1977. ..The son of Christine and 
Thomas Barton. 

BARTON'S FILE 

Q. My most memorable athletic moment is: 

A. Beating Georgia Tech last year. 

Q. Since coming to Maryland, I have learned: 

A. Not to put off until tomorrow what can be done today. 

Q. Athletes you most admire: 

A. Athletes who overcome adversity. 



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Player Profiles 





RYAN G1CK 

Linebacker 

Sr.* 5-10 207 

Waldorf, Md. 

Major: Family Studies 
High School: McDonogh 



^ At Maryland: Was moved to 
linebacker during spring practice and will begin the fall on the 
depth chart at that position... A very smart player who rarely 
makes mistakes with his reads. ..Has a great understanding for 
the underneath passing game... Should see playing time at 
linebacker and on special teams. 

► 1996: Saw extensive playing time on special teams... Personal 
highlight came against Florida State when he blocked a punt and 
returned it 13 yards. 

^ 1995: Was a reserve behind a talented linebacking and 
defensive back corps... Played in six games. ..Saw action as a 
defensive back in Maryland's win over North Carolina, assisting 
on one tackle. 

^ At McDonogh: Was a versatile player in high school, starring 
at quarterback and defensive back... Lost only four games in 
three years while starting at quarterback... No stranger to Byrd 
Stadium, as he led his team to state championship games as a 
sophomore and junior... Won the title his sophomore season... An 
All-Conference and All-County honoree... Member of Fellowship of 
Christian Athletes... Also ran track... High school coach was Larry 
Johnson. 

► Personal: Born July 19, 1974. ..The son of Karen and Bob 
Gick. 

GICK'S FILE 

Q. My most memorable athletic moment is: 

A. Blocking a punt against Florida State. 

Q. My career plans upon graduation: 

A. Start a family and help young athletes in sports. 

Q. I chose to play football at Maryland because: 

A. I love the game and the school. 




RHETT HESPERICH 

Linebacker 

Sr.* 6-2 228 

Snellville, Ga. 

Major: Fire Protection 

Engineering 

High School: Brookwood 



^ At Maryland: An extremely disciplined player who is smart 
and can play many of the linebacker positions... A solid player 
who has a nose for the ball... Slated to begin the season as a 
back-up to Kendall Ogle at linebacker. 

^ 1996: Played in eight games and recorded three total 
tackles... One tackle each versus Northern Illinois, Alabama- 
Birmingham and Florida State... Also saw playing time on special 
teams. 

► 1995: Saw action in a back-up role. ..His best game came 
versus Florida State as he was credited with a career-high six 
tackles... Three tackles versus Florida State were initial hits. 

► 1994: Saw action on special teams. 

P- 1993: A redshirt year. 

^ At Brookwood: Honorable Mention All-State, First-Team All- 
County and the Gwinnett County Player of the Year as a 
senior... First-Team All-County selection... Named the Atlanta 
Touchdown Club Player of the Week three times as a 
senior... Played in the Georgia State All-Star game... Named by 
Atlanta's WXIA - TV as its Scholar-Athlete of the Year and a 
member of the All-South Academic Honor Roll... Received the 
Coca-Cola Company Award for athletic and academic excellence. 



^ Personal: Born December 9, 1974. 
Hesperich. 

HESPERICH'S FILE 



.The son of Linda and Rick 



Q. My goal in life is: 

A. To be happy and successful. 

Q. If I could change one thing in the world, it would be: 

A. Break down communication barriers between people. 

Q. If I could spend one day with anyone, it would be: 

A. John Lennon. 



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JOMO HUGGINS 

Linebacker 

So.* 6-3 223 

Uniondale. N.Y. 

Major: Kinesiological 

Sciences 

High School: Holy Trinity 



► At Maryland: Returns to his natural position of linebacker 
after spending time at defensive end in 1996. ..Will contend for 
playing time among Maryland's talented group of linebackers. 

► 1996: Saw playing time on the defensive line in Maryland's 
victory over Wake Forest. 

^ 1995: A redshirt year. 

^ At Holy Trinity: An All-America selection and was rated as 
the eighth-best linebacker in the eastern region by Blue Chip 
Illustrated... All-East selection by Tom Lemming's SuperPrep 
Magazine... Rated as the third-best player in the state of New 
York by SuperPrep... First-Team All-State and All-Long Island 
selection as a junior and senior... A two-time All-Catholic League 
selection by Long Island Newsday and a First-Team All-New York 
City selection by the New York Daily News. ..110 tackles, 18 
tackles for minus yardage and four quarterback sacks as a 
senior... High school coach was Tony Mascia. 

^ Personal: Born February 3, 1977. ..The son of Veronica and 
Desmond Huggins...An Eagle scout, the highest possible award 
presented by the nation's largest scouting organization. 

HUGGINS' FILE 

Q. My most memorable athletic moment is: 

A. When my high school team went to the state 
championship playoffs. 

Q. Since coming to Maryland I have learned: 

A. The importance of hard work and dedication. 

Q. If I could change one thing in the world, it would 
be: 

A. Putting an end to racism. 



ERWYN LYGHT 

Linebacker 

So.* 6-0 210 

Westfield, N.J. 

Major: Kinesiological 

Sciences 

High School: Westfield 



>> At Maryland: Begins the season as the starter at Bandit 
linebacker... Has speed and quickness you look for in a 
linebacker. ..Should make steady improvement in the years 
ahead... Recorded six tackles in the spring game. 

► 1996: Was a special teams standout... One tackle in the season 
opener versus Northern Illinois. 

^- 1995: A redshirt year. 

^ At Westfield: All-East selection by the National Recruiting 
Advisor and Blue Chip Illustrated .. .Rated as the 19th-best 
prospect in the east by Tom Lemming's SuperPrep Magazine. ..A 
two-time All-County selection... A two-way player in high school 
who recorded 96 tackles and two interceptions on defense and 
rushed for 600 yards on 100 carries on offense as a senior... An 
All-State performer in track and field with a 4.6 in the 40-yard 
dash and an 11.2 in the 100-meter dash. ..High school coach was 
Jim Benedict. 

► Personal: Born March 30, 1977. ..The son of Eleanor and 
Ernest Lyght...His cousin is Todd Lyght, an All-Pro cornerback for 
the St. Louis Rams of the NFL. 

LYGHT'S FILE 

Q. My career plans upon graduation are: 

A. Become a corporate fitness instructor. 

Q. Since coming to Maryland, I have learned: 

A. How to be responsible for my actions. 

Q. My favorite class at Maryland is: 

A. Psychology of Sport. 



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Player Profiles 





KENDALL OGLE 

Outside Linebacker 
Jr.* 6-1 224 
Hillside, N.J. 

Major: Sociology 
High School: Hillside 



^ At Maryland: Named as the 
16th-best outside linebacker in the nation by Lindy's 
Magazine... A starter at linebacker who possesses excellent speed 
and quickness and has a strong work ethic... Should be a big 
force in the defensive scheme in 1997. ..Made a strong transition 
from a reserve running back to a starting linebacker. ..Has seen 
time at running back and on special teams... Will be used 
primarily on defense in 1997 after carrying the ball five times in 
1996... Very quick, runs well and has a knack for knifing through 
and pressuring the football. ..Leading tackier in the Red and 
White spring scrimmage with eight. 

► 1996: Started at outside linebacker all 11 games and saw time 
at running back in short yardage situations... Third-leading 
tackier with a career-high 75 total stops... Second among Terps in 
solo tackles, 48... Was big on offense and defense for the 
Terrapins in their win over Northern Illinois, carrying the ball 
twice, once for a first down and then for his first career 
touchdown... Registered first sack of the season for minus six 
yards, along with three tackles and a pass deflection... Four solo, 
six total tackles versus Virginia... Career-high 14 tackles at West 
Virginia... Registered a solo tackle for a loss of two yards and also 
assisted on two others for minus four yards and two for no gain 
versus the Mountaineers... Caused a fumble and had four total 
tackles versus N.C. State... His six tackles at North Carolina were 
all solo efforts. ..Registered six tackles in win over Wake 

Forest. ..Big game against Duke with 11 total tackles, including a 
career-high eight solo tackles... Notched eight total tackles at 
Clemson...Had a tackle for no gain and eight total tackles in 
Maryland's win over Georgia Tech... Broke up a pass and had a 
tackle at Florida State. 

^ 1995: A redshirt year. 

^ 1994: Used strictly as a running back and on special 
teams. ..Coaches used him inside the 'red zone' because of his 
punishing style of running... Returned two kickoffs for 13 total 
yards, a seven yard return versus N.C. State and a six yard return 
versus Virginia. 

► At Hillside: The most sought after running back in the state 
of New Jersey. ..A First-Team All-State selection... Ranked number 
two among running backs in the eastern region by Blue Chip 



Illustrated... An All-East selection by Tom Lemming's SuperPrep 
Magazine .. .Ran for 1,059 yards and 11 touchdowns his senior 
season... Chalked up 3,300 yards and 30 touchdowns for his 
varsity career... Also played linebacker as a senior and recorded 
119 total tackles, 14 tackles for lost yardage, and grabbed three 
interceptions... High school coach was John Kaye. 

^ Personal: Born November 25, 1975... The son of Pamela Ogle. 

OGLE'S NUMBERS 

Defensive Numbers 

1996 UT AT TT TFL SACKS 



Northern Illinois 

Alabama-Birmingham 

Virginia 

West Virginia 

N.C. State 

North Carolina 

Wake Forest 

Duke 

Clemson 

Georgia Tech 

Florida State 



Rushing Numbers 
1996 



5 
2 
4 
6 
3 
6 
5 
8 
5 
3 
1 
48 



3 
1 
2 
8 
1 

1 
3 
3 
5 

27 



Car. Yds. 



3 
6 
14 

4 
6 
6 
11 



1 
75 



TD 



l(-6) 



l(-2) 



l(-3) 



3 (-5) 



Long 



1 (-6) 



Northern Illinois 
Alabama-Birmingham 
N.C. State 
North Carolina 

1994 



Tulane 

North Carolina 



Kickoff Returns 
1994 


Ret. 


Yds. 


TD 


Long 


N.C. State 
Virginia 


1 
1 
2 


7 
6 
13 







7 
6 
7 


OGLE'S FILE 



Q. My most memorable athletic moment is: 

A. Scoring five touchdowns in one game. 

Q. My goal in life is: 

A. Be a good person, have a good job and raise a family. 

Q. If I could change one thing in the world, it would be: 

A. Poverty. 



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RASHAD SMITH 

Linebacker 

So.* 6-2 231 

Ft. Washington, Md. 

Major: Art Studio 
High School: DeMatha 

► At Maryland: Has the size 
and speed to be a good player, 
with an asthma condition. 



.Missed most of spring practice 



► 1996: Played in seven games and recorded three 
tackles. ..Career-high two assisted tackles versus North 
Carolina... Recorded a first hit versus Wake Forest... First career 
interception came versus Alabama-Birmingham... Also saw a great 
deal of action on special teams. 

^ 1995: A redshirt year. 

^ At DeMatha: An Honorable Mention All-Metropolitan selection 
by The Washington Post... Ranked as the fifth-best senior player 
in the State of Maryland by Tom Lemming's Recruiting Guide... An 
All-Atlantic Coast Conference Area choice by Blue Chip 
Illustrated... Recorded 89 tackles as a senior including 18 for 
minus yardage. ..Six interceptions his senior season. ..High school 
coach was Bill McGregor. 



P- Personal: Born December 20, 1977. 
Michael Smith. 

SMITH'S FILE 



.The son of Shirley and 



Q. My most memorable athletic moment is: 

A. My interception versus Alabama-Birmingham last 
season. 

Q. If I could change one thing in the world, it would be: 

A. I would work to end poverty. 

Q. Since coming to Maryland I have learned: 

A. Time is of the essence. 

Q. An interesting fact about myself is: 

A. That I have an iguana as a pet. 




JON WATKINS 

Linebacker 

Fr.* 5-11 230 

Perth Amboy, N.J. 

Major: Letters and Sciences 
High School: Perth Amboy 



^ At Maryland: Suffered a 

knee injury during spring practice that has slowed his 

progress... Tough, hard-nosed player. 

P- 1996: A redshirt year. 

► At Perth Amboy: An All-America selection by Blue Chip 
Illustrated... An All-East selection by Tom Lemming and National 
Recruiting Advisor.. .A Third-Team All-State selection his senior 
season... An All-County, All-Area, All-Conference and All-Division 
selection his senior season... Named as the school's wrestler of 
the year as a senior. ..High school coach was Joe Stinson. 



^ Personal: Born July 26, 1977. 
Watkins, Sr. 



.The son of Carole and John A. 



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BRETT WHITE 

Linebacker 

Sr.* 6-1 237 

Hornell, N.Y. 

Major: Criminology and 
Criminal Justice 
High School: Hornell 



^ At Maryland: Projected to earn a great deal of playing time as 
a back-up at the linebacker position... A versatile player who can 
play all three linebacker positions. ..Smart player who is seldom 
out of position... Has good instincts and should be a strong 
contributor. 

^ 1996: A starter against Northern Illinois and Alabama- 
Birmingham, replacing the injured Ratcliff Thomas... Seven 
tackles versus Northern Illinois and nine versus Alabama- 
Birmingham... Finished with a career-high 24 tackles. 

► 1995: Recorded 14 tackles from the defensive end 
position... First career interception versus North Carolina led 
directly to a touchdown in the Maryland victory in Byrd Stadium. 

► 1994: Played in all 11 games... Played consistently throughout 
the season as a back-up middle linebacker and on special teams. 

^ 1993: A redshirt year. 

^ At Hornell: Second-Team All-State selection with 139 tackles 
and seven sacks as a senior... Graduated as the school's leading 
career tackier... Named as the State Section V Most Valuable 
Player and selected All-Area in Rochester. ..Led Hornell to 
consecutive 9-1 marks as a junior and senior. ..High school coach 
was Gene Mastin. 



^ Personal: Born June 16, 1974. 
Howard White. 



WHITE'S FILE 



.The son of Holly Hogan and 



Q. My most memorable athletic moment is: 

A. Interception against North Carolina in 1995. 

Q. Favorite pre-game ritual is: 

A. Listening to music and imagining making big plays in 
the game. 

Q. Athletes you most admire: 

A. Chris Spielman and Brett Favre. 




DELBERT COWSETTE 

Defensive Lineman 
So.* 6-1 274 
Cleveland, Ohio 

Major: Geography 

High School: Central Catholic 



*■ At Maryland: Has the 

versatility to play either defensive tackle or nose tackle., 
athletic and tough... Has a bright future in front of him. 



Quick, 



^- 1996: Played 11 games and started against Northern Illinois, 
West Virginia and N.C. State... Recovered a fumble and ran 54 
yards for a touchdown against the Huskies... Season-high nine 
tackles against N.C. State that followed six stops against West 
Virginia. ..11-yard sack against North Carolina. ..Recorded 40 
tackles and two sacks for the season. 

^ 1995: A redshirt year. 

^> At Central Catholic: All-State and All-Midwest Area 
selection. ..52 tackles as a senior, including eight sacks and five 
forced fumbles... Earned four letters in wrestling, state 
heavyweight champion... High school coach was Joe Gresock. 

► Personal: Born September 3, 1977. ..The son of Sable 
Chandler. 

COWSETTE'S FILE 

Q. My most memorable athletic moment is: 

A. Scoring a touchdown in my first collegiate game versus 
Northern Illinois. 

Q. If I could change one thing in the world, it would 
be: 

A. I would stamp out poverty. 

Q. Since coming to Maryland I have learned: 

A. Hard work is the key to everything. 

Q. An interesting fact about myself is: 

A. I am a high school state wrestling champion. 



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JULIAN HAMBRICK 

Defensive Lineman 
Fr. 6-3 253 

Elizabeth. N.J. 

Major: Letters and Sciences 
High School: Elizabeth 



P- At Maryland: Has the 
knack for making big plays. ..Works hard on his fundamentals, 
technique and has the potential to develop into a solid performer 
on the defensive line. 

^ At Elizabeth: All-East selection by Tom Lemming and Blue 
Chip. ..Top 100 by SuperPrep... All-State, All-County, All- 
Conference and All-Area as a senior. ..Played at Kecoughton High 
as a junior and was selected All-State and All-District... Compiled 
28 sacks his last two seasons... Earned four letters in football and 
one in basketball... High school coach was Jerry Moore. 

^ Personal: Born June 7, 1978. ..The son of Deborah Hambrick. 

HAMBRICK'S FILE 

Q. My most memorable athletic moment is: 

A. Recording a sack in high school playoff game. 

Q. My favorite hobby is: 

A. Playing musical instruments. 

Q. My favorite class at Maryland is: 

A. Theatre. 




JOHNNIE HICKS 

Defensive Lineman 
Sr.* 6-2 287 
Harrisburg, Pa. 

Major: Geography 

High School: Susquehanna 



^ At Maryland: Named as the 
eighth-best defensive tackle in the nation and among the Top 10 
in overall talent in the ACC by Lindy's Magazine... Pre-season 
First-Team All-ACC by Lindy's. ..An instinctive athlete who gives 
the Terps' defense the balance to defend both the run and 
pass... A leader by example... An All-ACC Candidate who will start 
at defensive tackle for the third consecutive season. ..He 
impressed the coaching staff with his ability to make plays. 

► 1996: Started nine games. ..Missed the N.C. State and Duke 
games due to injury. ..Fourth on the team with 67 tackles. ..A 
career-high seven tackles for minus yardage and one quarterback 
sack on the season... Career-high 14 stops versus Clemson which 
tied the individual team-high on the season... Nine stops and one 
tackle for minus yardage versus Virginia which tied for the team 
lead among down linemen... Ten tackles combined in the first two 
games of the season, six versus Northern Illinois and four versus 
Alabama-Birmingham... Two tackles for minus yardage versus 
Alabama-Birmingham — one was a quarterback sack for minus five 
yards... Strong outing versus Georgia Tech with eight tackles and 
a sack... Five tackles and a forced fumble versus Wake 

Forest... Eight tackles and a sack versus Florida State. 

► 1995: Named the team's Most Valuable Lineman. ..Led down 
linemen in tackles and was sixth on the team with 72 
stops... Third on the team with five quarterback sacks for minus 
25 yards... Tied for fourth with seven tackles for minus 29 
yards... Defensive Player of the Game by the coaching staff for 
season opening effort versus Tulane after recording eight tackles 
and a forced fumble... Injured versus North Carolina but remained 
in the game and recorded seven tackles... Cemented the defensive 
effort versus West Virginia with a dominating performance... 
Forced one fumble, had a sack and six tackles versus West 
Virginia... Ten tackles and a forced bad pass versus Duke... Led 
down linemen in tackles versus Georgia Tech and recorded two 
sacks... Injured against Clemson but recorded a down lineman 
season-high of 11 tackles... Played versus Louisville despite the 
injury... Three tackles versus N.C. State and four versus Virginia... 
Eight tackles and a sack for minus nine yards versus Florida State. 

► 1994: A redshirt year. 

► 1993: Played as a true freshman and led Maryland's down 



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linemen in total tackles with 41. ..Began the season as a back-up 
versus Virginia and was a starter in the second game versus North 
Carolina... Five tackles versus Virginia and three versus North 
Carolina... Injured in the third game versus West Virginia and did 
not play game four versus Penn State. ..Returned to the starting 
lineup versus Clemson...Led down linemen with nine tackles and 
blocked a PAT versus Clemson...The Defensive Player of the Week 
by the coaching staff versus Clemson... Again led the down 
linemen with six tackles versus Florida State including one tackle 
for minus yardage and a pass deflection... Led the team in tackles 
versus N.C. State with nine and was a Defensive Player of the 
Week nominee... Came up big versus Wake Forest as he led the 
defense in a goal line stand in the closing minutes, allowing the 
Terps to defeat the Deacons on a touchdown on the final play. 

^ At Susquehanna: Honorable Mention All-America selection by 
USA Today and First-Team All-State selection his senior 
season... Rated among the Top 25 defensive linemen in the nation 
by Tom Lemming's SuperPrep Magazine... Named the Mid-Penn 
League Defensive Player of the Year as a senior... First-Team All- 
Conference selection for three consecutive seasons at defensive 
tackle and an All-League selection at offensive guard for two 
consecutive years... Named as the team's defensive Most Valuable 
Player and played in the Pennsylvania East / West Shrine 
game. ..Head coach was Larry Nawa. 

^ Personal: Born August 31, 1974... The son of Josephine and 
Johnnie Hicks, Sr. 

HICKS' FILE 

Q. My most memorable athletic moment is: 

A. My parents watching my first high school game. 

Q. My career plans upon graduation are: 

A. Teach kids all aspects of geography. 

Q. Best book I've ever read: 

A. Great Expectations. 




Johnnie Hicks was an Honorable Mention AU-ACC selection in 1996. 




ANTHONY JENKINS 

Defensive Lineman 
Sr.* 6-1 252 
Winston-Salem, N.C. 

Major: Criminology and 
Criminal Justice 
High School: West Forsyth 
College: Butler (KS) 
Community College 



► At Maryland: Enters the fall as a starter on the defensive 
line... Has the quickness and explosiveness to play both the run 
effectively and pressure the passer... Plays hard and with 
tremendous enthusiasm. 

^ 1996: Did not play. 

^ 1995: Played in 10 games and recorded 17 tackles... Five 
tackles and two quarterback hurries versus North Carolina. 

► At Butler: Junior college All-America selection by Blue Chip 
Illustrated... First-Team All-Jayhawk Conference his first 
season... Two-year starter and team captain... Posted 69 tackles 
despite missing three games his second season. 

^ At West Forsyth: All-State and All-Conference defensive 
lineman as a junior and senior... West Forsyth won four 
consecutive city and county championships. ..Earned three letters 
in baseball... High school coach was Russell Stone. 

^ Personal: Born April 27, 1974... The son of Mary Crowell. 

JENKINS' FILE 

Q. My most memorable athletic moment is: 

A. Winning the Jayhawk Conference Championship in 
junior college. 

Q. My career plans upon graduation are: 

A. Working within the field of law enforcement. 

Q. My favorite spot on the Maryland campus is: 

A. The top of the upper deck in Byrd Stadium. 



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JASON McCAULEY 

Defensive Lineman 
Fr.* 6-2 257 
Key West, Fla. 

Major: Letters and Sciences 
High School: Key West 



► At Maryland: Improves 
each day in developing the skills needed to be successful on the 
defensive line... Still recovering from a knee injury during his 
senior year in high school. 

► 1996: A redshirt year. 

► At Key West: Florida's 4A Defensive Player of the 

Year... Named to Tom Lemming's All-Florida team...5/ue Chip All- 
Southeast selection... District Player of the Year... Rotary Club 
MVP... recorded 114 tackles and 11 sacks as a senior, 216 career 
tackles... High school coach was Andy Siegal. 

^ Personal: Born November 24, 1977... The son of Leslie 
Kreutzberg. 



McCAULEY'S FILE 


Q. 


My most memorable athletic moment is: 


A. 


Playing in the high school playoffs my senior year. 


Q. 


Since coming to Maryland I have learned: 


A. 


Time management. 


Q. 


Best book I've ever read is: 


A. 


The Hobbitt and Lord of the Rings. 




RAMON OLIVERAS 

Defense Lineman 
Sr. 6-4 283 

Shirley, N.Y. 

Major: Family Studies 
High School: William Floyd 
College: Nassau Community 
College 

► At Maryland: A competitive player who displays a great work 
ethic... Gives maximum effort on every play and has a relentless 
inner drive to be a great player... Very physical player who will 
see playing time in every game. 

^ 1996: Saw action on the defensive line and recorded five 
tackles on the season... A career-high four tackles versus 
Northern Illinois... A deflected pass versus West Virginia. 

► At Nassau: All-Conference selection... Rated as one of the Top 
75 junior college players by the National Recruiting Advisor and 
SuperPrep Magazine.. Junior college coach was George Powers. 

► At William Floyd: All-County and All-Conference selection as 
a senior... Team captain... High school coach was Tony Cachia. 

^ Personal: Born November 19, 1975. ..The son of Elizabeth and 
Ramon Oliveras. 

OLIVERAS' FILE 

Q. My most memorable athletic moment is: 

A. My first game in Byrd Stadium. 

Q. Favorite pre-game ritual is: 

A. Thanking the Lord for the opportunity He has given me. 

Q. My goal in life is: 

A. To make my family proud of me. 



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JASON BROWN 

Defensive End 

Sr.* 6-1 241 

White Springs, Fla. 

Major: Art Studio 
High School: Hamilton 
County 



^ At Maryland: Slated to begin the season as a back-up at the 
defensive end position... Will provide solid play at the end 
position. ..Finished strong in spring practice. ..Played well in the 
spring game and made several big plays for minus yardage. 

► 1996: Played in three games at defensive end and on special 
teams... Recorded two total tackles, one each versus Wake Forest 
and NX. State. 

► 1995: Primarily saw action on special teams. 

► 1994: A redshirt year. 

► 1993: Played as a true freshman as a reserve at the defensive 
end position... Second on the team in quarterback sacks while his 
three tackles for minus yardage were also among the team 
leaders... First career start came versus Virginia Tech and he 
recorded four unassisted tackles and first career sack... Won the 
team Hammer Award for the best hit on special teams versus 
Virginia Tech. 

► At Hamilton County: Defensive Player of the Year in the state 
of Florida by the Florida Athletic Coaches Association and First- 
Team All-State selection as a senior. ..Led Hamilton County to a 
9-2 record his senior season and a 10-1 record his junior 
season... A three-year letterwinner in football and weightlifting 
and captained both teams as a senior. 



P- Personal: Born November 21, 1974. 
James Brown. 



BROWN'S FILE 



.The son of Shirley and 



Q. My most memorable athletic moment is: 

A. Obtaining a scholarship. 

Q. My career plans upon graduation are: 

A. Get a job helping children. 

Q. Since coming to Maryland I have learned: 

A. Responsibility. 




ERIC CALENDINE 
Defensive End 
So.* 6-4 235 
Pittsford, N.Y. 

Major: Criminology and 
Criminal Justice 
High School: Mendon 



^ At Maryland: Productive spring practice in new defensive 
scheme. ..Improved daily and is a very hard worker. 

^ 1996: Played in five games... Pass deflection against Alabama- 
Birmingham... Tallied three tackles for the season. 

P- 1995: A redshirt year. 

^ At Mendon: Twice named All-County and All-Star... Four-year 
letterwinner, senior captain... Team MVP and Sportsmanship 
Award recipient in 1995. ..Most valuable defensive player at the 
Eddie Meath All-Star game... High school coach was Bob Nagle. 

P- Personal: Born October 24, 1976. ..The son of Debbie and 
Roger Calendine. 

CALENDINE'S FILE 

Q. My most memorable athletic moment is: 

A. Beating hometown rival Fairport in football. 

0. My goal in life is: 

A. Become an FBI agent. 

Q. My favorite class at Maryland is: 

A. Coastal Environment. 



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ERIC HICKS 

Defensive End 
Sr. 6-6 

Erie, Pa. 



Major: Criminology and 
Criminal Justice 
High School: Mercyhurst 
Prep 



^ At Maryland: Starting defensive end... Strong, physical player 
who plays the one-on-one block very well... A physical player who 
is relentless... Leads through his example as a tenacious worker. 

► 1996: Played in 11 games with five starts... recorded 43 
tackles. ..29 solo stops sixth-best on the team. ..15 tackles for 
minus 39 yards tied him for team lead with Eric Ogbogu...Four 
sacks for minus 28 yards tied him for team second-best... Sack 
against Clemson for minus 11 yards... Season-high eight tackles 
and sack against Georgia Tech. 

^ 1995: Played in all 11 games with 10 starts... Tallied 44 tackles, 
including three sacks for minus 22 yards and six tackles for a loss 
of minus 29 yards... Three sacks was fourth-highest on the team... 
Recorded six tackles and fumble recovery against Clemson... Season- 
high eight tackles against Louisville and Virginia... Three sacks and 
five tackles for minus 27 yards against NX. State... Terps' Defensive 
Player of the Game versus the Wolfpack. 

► 1994: Four tackles, one sack for minus seven yards and a 
forced fumble against Wake Forest in season opener... Started the 
following week against Clemson and recorded a season-high six 
tackles... Totaled 18 tackles for the season. 

^ At Mercyhurst Prep: SuperPrep All-East selection and All- 
Metro. ..68 tackles, a team-high and six sacks as a senior. ..Also a 
basketball standout. ..High school coach was Terry Costello. 

^ Personal: Born June 1, 1976. ..son of Cheryl Vaughn and Gus 
Hicks. 

HICKS' FILE 

Q. My most memorable athletic moment is: 

A. The 1995 NX. State game. 

Q. My career plans upon graduation are: 

A. Become a U.S. Marshal. 



ERIC OGBOGU 

Defensive End 

Sr. 6-4 256 

Irvington, N.Y. 

Major: Marketing 

High School: Archbishop 

Stepinac 



^ At Maryland: Named as the 20th-best defensive end in the 
nation by Lindy's Magazine .. .Preseason Second-Team All-ACC by 
Lindy's...A two-time All-ACC selection, Second-Team in 1995 and 
Honorable Mention in 1996. ..Begins fall drills as First-Team 
defensive end... Versatile player who has played tight end, 
linebacker and defensive end during his career.. .A physical one- 
on-one player who can defeat a blocker and disengage to make a 
play... An excellent pass rusher. 

^ 1996 Honors: Honorable Mention All-ACC. 

► 1996: Led the team with seven sacks and finished fifth on 
the team in tackles with 64. ..Tied for team lead in tackles for 
minus yardage.. .Played well versus Georgia Tech on ESPN with 
two tackles for minus 12 yards... Season-high 10 tackles and a 
quarterback sack versus West Virginia... Blocked punt and 35-yard 
return versus Duke set up the game winning touchdown in the 
third quarter... Also recorded two sacks versus Duke. 

^- 1995 Honors: Second-Team All-ACC selection. 

► 1995: Led the team in sacks with six, 12 tackles for minus 
yardage and was 10th on the team with 45 total tackles.. .Career- 
high 11 tackles (10 unassisted) versus Louisville... Quarterback 
sack versus Louisville.. .Career-high three sacks versus NX. State 
for minus 25 yards. 

► 1994: Saw action in eight games as a true freshman mainly at 
the tight end position. ..First career pass reception was an 11- 
yard catch for a first down versus Clemson. ..Also saw action on 
defense and recorded his first career quarterback sack versus 
Tulane. 

^ At Archbishop Stepinac: Honorable Mention All-America by 
Max Emfinger's Recruiting Almanac... Rated among the Top 50 
players in the east by Tom Lemming's SuperPrep 
Magazine... Outstanding two-way player who rushed for 1,803 
yards as a running back and averaged eight tackles a game as a 
linebacker his senior season... First-Team All-League and All- 
City... All-City selection by Long Island Newsday... High school 
coach was Mike 0'Donnell. 



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^> Personal: Born July 18, 1975. ..The son of Winifred and the 
late Louis Ogbogu...Has seven brothers and sisters including a 
brother and a sister who ran track for the Terps. 

OGBOGU'S FILE 

Q. My most memorable athletic moment is: 

A. Defeating Georgia Tech last season. 

Q. Since coming to Maryland, I have learned: 

A. Discipline. 

Q. Favorite pre-game ritual is: 

A. Being by myself and getting focused for the game. 

OGBOGU'S NUMBERS 



1996 


UT 


AT 


TT 


TFL 


SACKS 


FR 


Northern Illinois 


3 


2 


5 








1 


Alabama-Birmingham 


4 


5 


9 


2(-2) 








Virginia 


6 


3 


9 


2(-8) 


l(-7) 





West Virginia 


8 


2 


10 


Z(-8) 


l(-7) 





NC State 


6 


1 


7 











North Carolina 


4 





4 


1(-1) 








Wake Forest 


1 


1 


2 


2(-10) 


l(-7) 





Duke 


2 





2 


2(-8) 


2(-8) 





Clemson 


4 





4 











Georgia Tech 


2 


2 


4 


2(-12) 


2(-12) 





Florida State 


4 


4 


8 


2(-12) 










44 


20 


64 


15(-61) 


7(-41) 


1 


CAREER 


UT 


AT 


TT 


TFL 


SACKS 


FR 


1996 


44 


20 


64 


15(-61) 


7(-41) 


1 


1995 


37 


8 


45 


6(-29) 


6(-52) 


2 


1994 


2 





2 













83 


28 


111 


21(-90) 


13(-93) 


3 




RASHEED SIMMONS 

Defensive End 

Jr.* 6-5 255 

Edison, N.J. 

Major: Family Studies 
High School: Edison 
University of Michigan 



► At Maryland: Came on strong during his first spring practice 
session at Maryland after transferring from Michigan in the fall 
of 1996. ..Will compete for a starting position at defensive 
end... Enjoyed an outstanding spring game. 

► 1996: Sat out the year under NCAA transfer guidelines. 

► 1995 (At Michigan): Career debut versus Virginia... Five 
tackles at Illinois including touchdown saving stop in the fourth 
quarter... Also a fumble recovery versus Illinois... Career-high 
eight total tackles in first career start versus Memphis... Totaled 
22 tackles, four tackles for minus yardage, one fumble recovery 
and one sack. 

^ 1994: A redshirt year. 

^ At Edison: Consensus All-American and New Jersey Player of 
the Year his senior season. ..First-Team All-America by Parade 
Magazine, USA Today Newspaper and Tom Lemming... Considered 
to be the nation's top defensive end prospect... Gatorade Player of 
the Year in the State of New Jersey... Chosen as the No. 1 weak 
side defensive end by the National Recruiting Advisor... The 11th- 
best defensive lineman in the nation by Blue Chip Illustrated... 
High school coach was Mike Wojick. 

► Personal: Born September 17, 1975. ..The son of Rita 
Simmons. 

SIMMONS' FILE 

Q. My most memorable athletic moment is: 

A. Winning the state championship in high school. 

Q. My career plans upon graduation are: 

A. Doing social work to help people. 

Q. Since coming to Maryland, I have learned: 

A. To push myself when things get tough. 



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JASON APOLENIS 

Defensive Back 

Jr.* 6-0 194 

Clarksburg, Md. 

Major: Criminology and 

Criminal Justice 

High School: Damascus 

^ At Maryland: A walk-on member of the team who will 
compete for playing time in the defensive backfield at the safety 
position... A student of the game... Has a great understanding of 
Maryland's overall defensive scheme. 

► 1996: Played in five games while seeing action on special teams. 

► 1995: Played on special teams as a redshirt freshman. 

► 1994: A redshirt year. 

► At Damascus: Led team to back-to-back state championships 
as a junior and senior... All-Frederick Area pick as a 

safety... Member of the basketball team... Received the Andrew 
John Haba Memorial Scholarship given to the member of the 
football team who demonstrates excellence in academics and 
athletics... High school coach was Al Thomas. 

^ Personal: Born November 15, 1976. ..The son of Loretta and 
Richard Apolenis. 

APOLENIS' FILE 

Q. My most memorable athletic moment is: 

A. Winning back-to-back state championships in high 
school. 

Q. If I could spend one day with anyone, it would be: 

A. Jesus Christ, to see what an amazing person He really 
was. 

Q. An interesting fact about myself is: 

A. I am the oldest of eight children (five brothers and two 
sisters). 




HENRY BAKER 

Defensive Back 

Sr. 6-2 200 

Paterson, N.J. 

Major: Sociology 
High School: Eastside 



P- At Maryland: Concluded 
spring practice as the starting strong safety... Has the size and 
range you look for in a safety. ..Finished spring practice session 
with a strong performance in the spring game. 

^ 1996: Played in all 11 games at strong safety in nickel 
situations... Recorded 26 tackles, including 13 solo... Tackle total 
was the fifth highest among defensive backs... Posted a career- 
high six tackles in win over Georgia Tech before a live ESPN 
audience... Also had one pass break-up against Yellow 
Jackets... Registered four games with at least four 
tackles. ..Contributed on special teams. 

^ 1995: Special teams player. ..Also saw time in nickel 
package... Registered first career sack versus Clemson. 

► 1994: Special teams player. 

^ At Eastside: First-Team All-League selection and Second-Team 
All-County choice at fullback his senior year... High school coach 
was Donald Davis. 

^ Personal: Born August 11, 1976. ..The son of Rubye and Henry 
Baker, Sr. 

BAKER'S FILE 

Q. My most memorable athletic moment is: 

A. Intercepting a pass versus Wake Forest to keep them 
scoreless in 1996. 

Q. Since coming to Maryland I have learned: 

A. That life is all about choices. 

Q. My favorite stadium in which to play is: 

A. Any stadium where there is grass and goal posts. 

Q. My favorite leisure time activity is: 

A. Being with people who care about me. 



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BRYN BOGGS 

Defensive Back 
So.* 5-11 178 
Downingtown, Pa. 

Major: Criminology and 

Criminal Justice 

High School: Downingtown 



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^ At Maryland: A transfer from the University of Wisconsin who 
will play an active role in the success of the secondary. . . 
Extremely athletic, he could also see playing time on the kickoff 
and punt return squads... Made steady improvement during the 
second half of the spring practice session... A very productive 
player in the defensive secondary. 

^- 1996: A redshirt year... Sat out under NCAA transfer 
guidelines. 

► 1995 (At Wisconsin): Earned varsity letter at Wisconsin as a 
punt returner. 

P- At Downingtown: An All-East selection by Prep Football 
Report and SuperPrep Magazine... among the Top 100 players in 
the east by Prep Football Report... Led team to state 
championship game as a senior... Rushed for 2,773 yards and 25 
touchdowns during his career... High school coach was John Ban. 

^ Personal: Born October 31, 1976. ..The son of Sharon and 
Bruce Boggs. 

BOGGS' FILE 

Q. My most memorable athletic moment is: 

A. Scoring my first touchdown in a varsity game. 

Q. If I could change one thing in the world, it would 
be: 

A. End discrimination. 

Q. An interesting fact about myself: 

A. I am interested in world affairs. 



CLIFTON CROSBY 

Defensive Back 

Jr.* 5-10 164 

Erie, Pa. 

Major: Family Studies 
High School: East 



► At Maryland: Moved to 
corner this past spring from running back... Possesses speed and 
ability to be a good corner... Will compete for a starting position. 

► 1996: Saw increased playing time as he moved from defensive 
back to running back. ..Played in all 11 games on special teams 
and as a back-up running back... Fourth leading rusher on the 
team with 177 yards on 26 carries... Had the highest yards per 
carry average (6.7) among all Maryland running backs with at 
least 25 carries in his first season as a running back... Scored his 
first career touchdown in fourth quarter victory over Wake Forest 
on a career-high 25-yard run. ..Also ran for a season-high 91 
yards on 11 carries, four of which were first down runs, against 
the Demon Deacons, for an average of 8.2 yards per carry. 

► 1995: Saw action as a reserve in the defensive secondary and 
on special teams... Longest kickoff return was a 15-yard return 
versus N.C. State. 

P- 1994: A redshirt year. 

► At East: A First-Team All-State selection as a kick returner by 
the Associated Press... Showed his versatility in high school as he 
was nationally ranked and scouted at three different positions: 
defensive back, running back and return specialist... Rushed for 
3,080 yards during his three-year varsity career... Scored 24 touch- 
downs and averaged 9.1 yards per carry as a senior... Won the 
Metro rushing and scoring championships his senior year... Was a 
two-time All-Metro selection and scored over 1,000 career points in 
basketball... Also was All-Metro in three track events: the 100, 200 
and long jump... High school coach was John Dahlstrand. 

► Personal: Born September 17, 1974. ..The son of Peggy Sparks. 
CROSBY'S FILE 

Q. My most memorable athletic moment is: 

A. Scoring my first collegiate touchdown. 

Q. Favorite stadium in which to play: 

A. Byrd Stadium. The fans are great. 

Q. If I could spend one day with anyone, it would be: 

A. Halle Berry. 



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TROY DAVIDSON 

Defensive Back 

So.* 6-0 177 

Pittsburgh. Pa. 

Major: Psychology 
High School: Schenley 



^ At Maryland: Converted to 

cornerback after third highest reception and reception yardage 

total at wide receiver last year... A very athletic player with 

tremendous work habits... Made a smooth transition from offense 

to defense... Will enter the 1997 season as starter in defensive 

backfield. 

^ 1996: Played in 11 games... Caught career-high eight passes 
for career-best 80 yards in 13-10 victory over Georgia Tech. ..80- 
yard effort versus the Yellow Jackets was the second-highest total 
by a Terp receiver all year... Concluded season with 31-yd 
touchdown reception from Brian Cummings to give Maryland 7-0 
lead over Florida State... Second reception against Seminoles was 
for a career-high 37 yards. 

► 1995: A redshirt year. 

^ At Schenley: Named to the All-City and Pittsburgh Courier's 
All-Academic teams... An All-Western Pennsylvania and All-East 
selection by Blue Chip Illustrated... Rushed for 1,100 yards and 
had 500 receiving yards... Returned two kickoffs for 
touchdowns... Anchored state 4 X 100 meter champions... High 
school coach was James Trent. 

^ Personal: Born October 8, 1976... The son of Blanche Sewell. 

DAVIDSON'S FILE 

Q. Favorite pre-game ritual: 

A. Praying. 

Q. Best movie I've ever seen is: 

A. Glory. 

Q. Interesting fact about myself: 

A. I didn't start playing football until the 10th grade. 




DANIEL EISKANT 

Defensive Back 

So.* 6-0 220 

Alexandria, Va. 

Major: Criminology and 
Criminal Justice 
High School: Thomas A. 
Edison 



^ At Maryland: An extremely hard worker who finished the 
spring in a back-up role... Will enter the fall competing for a 
starting role on special teams. 

^ 1996: Played in six games as a special teams performer. 

*»> 1995: A redshirt year. 

^ At Thomas Edison: First-Team All-District in football and 
track as a senior... Earned three letters in both sports and was 
captain of both teams... State championship meet qualifier in the 
discus event. ..High school coach was Dennis Randolph. 

^ Personal: Born December 7, 1976. 

EISKANT'S FILE 

Q. My most memorable athletic moment is: 

A. Beating Georgia Tech on ESPN last year. 

Q. Since coming to Maryland I have learned: 

A. Any goal is attainable if you want it bad enough. 

Q. My career plans upon graduation are: 

A. Job in the CIA or FBI. 



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tA 



SHAWN FORTE 

Defensive Back 

Fr.* 6-1 194 

Poughkeepsie, N.Y. 

Major: Letters and Sciences 
High School: Poughkeepsie 

^ At Maryland: Was 

impressive in spring ball at the safety position and surged on to 
the two-deep before an injury ended his spring practice... Made a 
smooth transition from running back to defensive back... Has a 
great deal of potential and is expected to compete for playing 
time. 

^ 1996: A redshirt year. 

► At Poughkeepsie: Selected All-State at 

quarterback... Compiled 1,500 yards of total offense and 22 

touchdowns as a senior... Blue Chip Magazine All- 

American... SuperPrep, National Recruiting Advisor and Tom 

Lemming named him All-East... Also lettered in basketball and 

track. ..High school coaches were Keith Thompson and Tony 

Drakeford. 

^ Personal: Born January 20, 1977. ..The son of Gail and Willie 

Williams. 

FORTE'S FILE 

Q. My most memorable athletic moment is: 

A. I was the MVP of my high school bowl game. 

Q. I chose to play football at Maryland because: 

A. It presents many good opportunities. 

Q. If I could change one thing in the world, it would 
be: 

A. End world wide prejudice and hatred. 




QUINZY FRASER 

Defensive Back 

Jr. 5-11 189 

Rockville, Md. 

Major: Speech 
Communications 
High School: Magruder 



^ At Maryland: A talented player who has good athletic ability 
... Among his best defensive qualities are his change of direction 
skills. 

^ 1996: Did not play. 

^- 1995: A redshirt year at North Carolina A&T. 

^ At Magruder: Participated in the Junior Olympics as a 
swimmer... All-County lacrosse player.. .High school coach was Roy 
Lester. 

^ Personal: Born March 3, 1976. ..Son of Sandra and Wilfred 
Fraser. 

FRASER'S FILE 

Q. Most memorable athletic moment is: 

A. Swimming in the Junior Olympics in the 10th grade. 

Q. My career plans upon graduation are: 

A. Work as a sportscaster. 

Q. My favorite class at Maryland is: 

A. History of American Religion. 



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DARRYL GILES 

Defensive Back 

Sr.* 5-10 183 

Suitland. Md. 

Major: Government and 

Politics 

High School: Suitland 



^ At Maryland: Displays a strong work ethic... Has a chance to 
contribute on special teams... Has been one of the most 
consistent performers on special teams during his career and will 
be expected to continue that trend in 1997. ..Played well in the 
1997 Spring Game with two tackles and one forced fumble. 

► 1996: Played in nine games primarily on special teams. ..Saw 
action in the defensive secondary versus Alabama-Birmingham. 

► 1995: Played in 11 games and recorded seven tackles... Top 
performer on special teams... Action versus Florida State in the 
defensive secondary. 



.First career tackle versus 



^ 1994: Special teams performer. 
Wake Forest. 

!► 1993: A redshirt year. 



► At Suitland: Starred in both football and wrestling... Was the 
county wrestling champ in 1992. ..Received academic award for 
excellence in Life Science... President of the Usher Board... High 
school coach was Joe Albano. 

^ Personal: Bom May 3, 1975... The son of Carla and Darryl 
Giles, Sr. 

GILES' FILE 

Q. Since coming to Maryland I have learned: 

A. Organization and planning are the keys to success. 

Q. My favorite class at Maryland is: 

A. African-American Political Thought. 

Q. I chose to play football at Maryland because: 
A. It was a rebuilding program that is on the rise. 



ERNEST GRIER 

Defensive Back 

Sr.* 6-0 202 

Absecon, N.J. 

Major: Family Studies 
High School: Absegami 
College: Hudson Valley 



^ At Maryland: Moved from cornerback to safety during spring 
practice... Provided one of the highlights of the annual spring 
game with an interception return for a touchdown... Expected to 
compete for playing time in the fall. 

^ 1996: Played in nine games as a reserve defensive back and 
on special teams... Recorded one tackle versus Alabama- 
Birmingham. 

P- 1995: A redshirt year. 

► At Hudson Valley: A junior college All-American who had 16 
interceptions in two seasons... All-America selection by the Junior 
College Gridwire and Blue Chip Magazine... Led the nation with 
nine interceptions as a freshman and added seven more as a 
sophomore. ..68 tackles, four blocked kicks, and three 
touchdowns on interception returns as a sophomore... His junior 
college coach was David Bochette. 

^ At Absegami: High school coach was John Murray. 

^ Personal: Born September 4, 1974... The son of Josie Grier. 

GRIER'S FILE 

Q. My most memorable athletic moment is: 

A. Rushing for 215 yards on nine carries in high school. 

Q. My favorite hobby and leisure time activity is: 

A. Watching movies from the 1970's. 

Q. Since coming to Maryland I have learned: 

A. To become a responsible person. 



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PAUL JACKSON 

Defensive Back 

Jr.* 6-0 187 

Clinton, Md. 

Major: Family Studies 
High School: Bishop 
McNamara 



► At Maryland: Enters fall training camp as the starting free 
safety... Came out of spring practice as one of the leaders in the 
defensive secondary... Great work habits. ..Very coachable. 

► 1996: Saw action in 11 games in a talented defensive 
backfield that produced first-round NFL draft choice Chad 
Scott... 14 tackles ranked fifth among Terrapin defensive 
backs... Career-high three solo tackles and four total tackles in 
win over West Virginia... Pass deflections versus Alabama- 
Birmingham and Wake Forest. 

► 1995: Saw action in eight games in the defensive secondary... 
Also a special teams performer... First collegiate solo tackle versus 
West Virginia... Season-high two tackles versus West Virginia and 
Louisville. 

^ 1994: A redshirt year. 

► At Bishop McNamara: First-Team All-Conference selection at 
running back and defensive back... All-Atlantic Coast and a Top 
100 player by Tom Lemming's SuperPrep Magazine... All- 
Metropolitan by The Washington Post... All-County and Defensive 
Player of the Year runner-up by the Prince George's Journal... All- 
ACC area by Max Emfinger's Recruiting Almanac... High school 
coach was Tom Clark. 



^ Personal: 
Jackson. 



Born April 14, 1976. ..The son of Pen and Larry 



JACKSON'S FILE 



Q. My career plans upon graduation are: 

A. Become a child psychologist and a mentor for inner-city 
youth. 

Q. If I could change one thing in the world, it would 
be: 

A. Stop violence against children. 

Q. My favorite class at Maryland is: 

A. Child Psychology. 




LEWIS SANDERS 

Defensive Back 

So. 6-0 170 

Staten Island, N.Y. 

Major: Letters and Sciences 
High School: St. Peter's Prep 

^- At Maryland: Enters fall 
practice as the starting left cornerback...A very talented player 
who has the size, speed and strength to be a top notch defensive 
back... Moved to cornerback during the spring and developed into 
one of the top players in the defensive secondary. 

► 1996: Played in 11 games as a true freshman, earning time in 
the defensive secondary and on special teams... Six total 
tackles. ..Returned two kickoffs for 14 total yards... Recovered a 
fumble versus Alabama-Birmingham. ..Deflected pass and one 
tackle versus Duke... First sack of his career came versus Florida 
State... Three total tackles versus the Seminoles. 

^- At St. Peter's Prep: Blue Chip All- American.. .All-East by Tom 
Lemming's SuperPrep and National Recruiting Advisor... An All- 
Star selection by the New York Daily News and Long Island 
Newsday in 1994 and 1995. ..All-League selection as a junior and 
senior... Rushed for 800 yards and scored 10 touchdowns as a 
senior... High school coach was Bill Sullivan. 

► Personal: Born June 22, 1978... The son of Vanessa and Lewis 
Sanders. 

SANDERS' FILE 

Q. My most memorable athletic moment is: 

A. Signing my letter of intent to attend the University of 
Maryland on a football scholarship. 

Q. If I could change one thing in the world, it would 
be: 

A. Poverty. 

Q. Since coming to Maryland I have learned: 

A. To be a man and be mature about all situations. 



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TODD STEWART 

Defensive Back 

So. 6-2 200 

Washington, D.C. 

Major: Criminology and 

Criminal Justice 

High School: Anacostia 



^ At Maryland: Has the size to be a good safety... Needs to 
develop fundamentally. 

► At Anacostia: Selected All-Metro... All-D.C. 1AA honoree and 
Pigskin Club. ..High school coach, Willie Stewart, is Todd's father. 

► Personal: Born September 29, 1976. ..Son of Anita and Willie 
Stewart. 

STEWART'S FILE 

Q. My most memorable athletic moment is: 

A. Catching my first interception and fumbling the ball. 

Q. I chose to play football at Maryland because: 

A. Chance to be a part of an up and coming program. 

Q. Athletes you most admire: 

A. Rod Woodson and Chris Webber. 




LYNDE WASHINGTON 

Defensive Back 

So.* 5-6 172 

Upper Marlboro, Md. 

Major: Art Studio 
High School: DeMatha 



^ At Maryland: Has a 
tremendous work ethic and is a very competitive player. ..Is one 
of the most physical cornerbacks on the team... Expected to 
compete for playing time at corner. 



*■ 1996: Played in al 
tackles. 



11 games on special teams... Recorded two 



^ 1995: A redshirt year. 

^ At DeMatha: An Honorable Mention All-America selection by 
USA Today... Named Prince George's County Player of the Year by 
the Prince George's Journal. ..A First-Team All-State choice... First- 
Team All-Metro selection by The Washington Post... Blue Chip 
Magazine, the National Recruiting Advisor and Tom Lemming all 
named him to their All-ACC area teams. ..Rushed for 1,537 yards 
and 23 touchdowns during his senior season... Has 4.5 speed in 
the 40-yard dash. ..High school coach was Bill McGregor. 



^ Personal: Born July 7, 
Washington. 

WASHINGTON'S FILE 



1977. ..The son of Carolyn and Joseph 



Q. Since coming to Maryland, I have learned: 

A. How to deal with adversity. 

Q. Athletes you most admire: 

A. George Foreman. 

Q. People who have had the greatest influence on my 
life: 

A. My grandmother. 



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EDWARDS' FILE 



RUSSELL EDWARDS 

Punter 

Jr.* 5-11 204 

Alexandria, Va. 

Major: Computer Science 
High School: Thomas A. 
Edison 



P- 1996: Started all 11 games at punter for the Terrapins... 39 of 
his 73 (53 percent) punts were either downed, fair caught or 
touchbacks...Had a big day against Virginia, booming a career 
long 76-yard punt. ..On that day he also had a career-high nine 
punts for 387 yards, an average of 43.0 yards per punt... Ran 14 
yards for a first down on a fake punt against the Cavaliers. 

► 1995: The starting punter for the first four games of the 
season... Had best outing of the season in victory over West 
Virginia, averaging 42.3 yards... His 58-yard punt versus West 
Virginia was the longest by a Terrapin on the season. 

!► 1994: A redshirt year. 

► At Thomas Edison: A three-sport athlete, participating in 
football, soccer and basketball... Handled punting and kicking 
duties for three years... Second-Team All-Region his senior season 
as a punter... Named First-Team All-Region in soccer. ..High 
school coach was Dennis Randolph. 



P- Personal: Born March 6, 1976. 
Edwards. 

EDWARDS' NUMBERS 



.The son of Gail and Steve 



1996 



Yds 



Avg. 



Long 



Northern Illinois 


4 


149 


37.3 


43 


Alabama-Birmingham 


8 


255 


36.4 


48 


Virginia 


6 


387 


43.5 


76 


West Virginia 


8 


336 


42.0 


60 


N.C. State 


7 


214 


30.6 


37 


North Carolina 


9 


306 


40.7 


53 


Wake Forest 


4 


144 


36.0 


42 


Duke 


6 


203 


33.8 


44 


Clemson 


7 


203 


29.0 


41 


Florida State 


8 


287 


35.9 


47 


1995 


Alt 


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 



Career 



89 



3253 



Q. My most memorable athletic moment is: 

A. My last high school football game. 

Q. My career plans upon graduation are: 

A. Career in computer science. 

Q. Since coming to Maryland I have learned: 

A. How to adjust to the real world. 




JOHN HELMER 

Long Snapper 

So.* 6-1 187 

Silver Spring, Md. 

Major: General Business 
High School: Springbrook 

► At Maryland: A walk on 
member of the team in 1995. 

^- 1996: Did not play. 

^ 1995: A redshirt year. 



► At Springbrook: Helped lead the team to the semifinals of 
the state championship tournament his senior season... Played on 
the offensive Line and was a long snapper... High school coach 
was John Haberman. 

^ Personal: Born April 8, 1977... The son of Mary and Dale 
Helmer. 

HELMER'S FILE 

Q. My most memorable athletic moment is: 

A. Winning the first round of the state playoffs my senior 
season. 

Q. My goal in life is: 

A. To earn my degree and be a well rounded individual. 

Q. If I could spend one day with anyone, it would be: 

A. John F. Kennedy, he was a great man and a great 
president. 



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BRAD RHODES 

Kicker 

Jr.* 5-8 162 

Biloxi. Miss. 

Major: Kinesiological 

Sciences 

High School: St. John's 



► At Maryland: Earned the starting kicking position in spring 
practice. ..Range at 50 yards or better... 46-yard field goal in the 
spring game. 

^ 1996: Connected on lone extra point attempt on the season 
in 39-15 victory over Alabama-Birmingham... Utilized on kickoffs 
throughout the season. 

► 1995: Made only field goal attempt by hitting from 27 yards 
in 30-13 win at N.C. State... Also made first three PAT's against 
Wolfpack...Saw kickoff action against Duke, Wake Forest, 
Clemson, N.C. State and Virginia. 

► 1994: A redshirt year. 

^ At St. John's: USA Today Honorable Mention All- 
American... Finalist for the Mississippi Player of the Year 
Award... Kicked six field goals of over 40 yards, including career- 
high from 51 yards. ..Made 21 of 29 career field goal 
attempts. ..High school coach was Mike Barlow. 

^ Personal: Born September 6, 1975... The son of Karen and 
Joseph Rhodes. 



RHODES NUMBERS 








PAT 
Att. 
1996 1 
1995 U 


Made 

1 

3 


FG 
Att. 

3 


Made Long 



1 27 


RHODES' FILE 









Q. My most memorable athletic moment is: 

A. My senior year homecoming game. 

Q. My goal in life is: 

A. Work as hard as I can and succeed in whatever I do. 

Q. An interesting fact about myself is: 

A. That my name, Brad, rhymes with my brothers names 
Chad, Thad and Ladd. 




SEAN STARNER 

Punter 

Fr.* 5-11 185 

Mechanicsburg, Pa. 

Major: Letters and Sciences 
High School: Cedar Cliff 

^ At Maryland: Will enter the 
fall campaign as the No. 2 punter 
into a good ACC punter. 

P- 1996: A redshirt year. 



^ At Cedar Cliff: Named All-America by Blue Chip 
Illustrated... Averaged 42.3 yards per punt. ..earned All-Conference 
and All-State honors... Named All-Conference at defensive back as 
well... played in East/ West All-Star game... Threw for game 
winning touchdown against Harrisburg as a senior... Played 
basketball and baseball. ..Invited to Colorado Rockies 
tryout...High school coach was Bob Craig. 



.Has the potential to develop 



^ Personal: Born September 15, 1977. 
Alan Starner. 

STARNER'S FILE 



.The son of Kathy and 



Q. My most memorable athletic moment is: 

A. Throwing the winning touchdown pass against 
Harrisburg. 

Q. My career plans upon graduation are: 

A. Teach second grade children. 

Q. My favorite non-sports hero is: 

A. My grandfather because he fought for our country. 



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PAT CILENTO 

Quarterback 

Fr. 6-2 205 

Hometown: Brookeville, Md. 

High School: Sherwood 

High School Coach: Bob Milloy 

^ At Sherwood: Named All- 
Metro by the Washington Post 
and All-County by the PG 
Journal and Gazette in 
1995. ..Earned All-State honors 
by AP... Received the 
Touchdown Club's prestigious 
Timmie Award as Maryland's 
Player of the Year.. .Led 
Sherwood to the 1995 Division 
4A state title in 1995. ..Set 
state TD passing record in 
1995. ..Earned four letters and 
served as captain his senior 
year.. .Earned three letters as a 
centerfielder and shortstop and 
named to the All-Metro Second 
Team in baseball. 

MELVIN FOWLER, JR. 

Defensive Tackle 

Fr. 6-4 265 

Hometown: Wheatley, N.Y. 

High School: Half Hollow Hills 

West 

High School Coach: Pete 

Klement 

* At Half Hollow Hills West: 

All-Long Island selection and 
All-County pick by the Long 
Island Sporting News. . .Named 
Long Island's Most Outstanding 
Lineman by the coaches... A 
finalist for the 1996 Bob Zellner 
Award... A three-sport star who 
also excels in basketball and 
lacrosse... As a junior led the 
basketball team in scoring... 
Captured MVP honors at the 
Holiday Tournament as a 
senior. . .Active in extra 
curricular activities, serving as 
a member of SADD and 
volunteering in the Special 
Olympics... A two-year honor 
roll student. 



MIKE GEORGE 

Offensive Lineman 
Fr. 6-6 270 

Hometown: East Hanover, N.J. 
High School: Hanover Park 
High School Coach: John 
Liberato 

^ At Hanover Park: First- 
Team All-Conference, All-Area, 
and Third-Team All-State his 
senior season ...Selected to the 
All-Area and All-Conference 
teams as a junior. ..Earned 
three letters in football and 
served as captain his senior 
year... Earned four letters in 
both wrestling and track and 
field. ..As a junior, he finished 
ninth in his weight class in 
wrestling, third in the discus 
and fifth in the shot as a track 
and field star. ..Selected All- 
County, All-Conference and 
First-Team Group II as a 
junior. ..Ranked No. 1 in the 
state in the discus as a 
senior... Hopes to become an 
athletics director... Enjoys 
playing golf. 

GIL HARRIS 

Quarterback 

Fr. 6-2 200 

Hometown: Virginia Beach, Va. 

High School: Tallwood 

High School Coach: Ken Barto 

^ At Tallwood: Set school 
records for career passing yards 
and single-season passing yards 
as a senior... Passed for 2,785 
yards and 22 touchdowns during 
his career... Led Tallwood to an 
8-2 record his senior season 
while throwing for more than 
700 yards... PrepStar Magazine 
wrote in its January 1997 issue: 
"Gil is a strong armed 
quarterback with excellent size 
and speed."... Led the Lions to 
three consecutive Division VI 
playoff appearances even 
though the Tallwood program 
began only five years 



ago... Earned three letters in 
football, one in basketball, one 
in baseball and one in 
track... Competed in the long 
jump in track... Hopes to pursue 
a career in athletic training. 

JASON HATALA 

Running Back/ 

Return Specialist 

Fr. 5-11 170 

Hometown: Centreville, Va. 

High School: Centreville 

High School Coach: Dan Foglio 

► At Centreville: Amassed 
more than 3,500 rushing yards 
(9.25 yards per carry) and 43 
touchdowns for his career... 
Ran for 1,400 yards and 13 
touchdowns as a senior despite 
nursing an early hamstring 
injury. ..61 receptions for a 19 
yards per reception average... 
Averaged an unbelievable 44 
yards on kickoff returns and 
26 yards on punt 
returns... Runs a lightening 
quick 4.3 in the 40. ..Posted 
over 5,700 all-purpose yards 
for his career... Named the 
county Co-Player of the Year 
as a junior... Selected All- 
Region and All-District as a 
junior and All-District as a 
senior... Tom Lemming's No. 3 
running back prospect in the 
state of Virginia in the pre- 
season. ..Listed as a PrepStar 
Magazine top five running 
back prospect in the ACC 
region. 

TONY JACKSON 

Comerback/Tight End/ 

Wide Receiver 

Fr. 6-1 190 

Hometown: Ellicott City, Md. 

High School: Wilde Lake 

High School Coach: Doug 

Duvall 

!► At Wilde Lake: The 
Baltimore Sun Male Athlete of 
the Year following his senior 
season... First-Team All-Metro 



by the Baltimore Sun and 
Second Team All-Met by The 
Washington Post his senior 
season... Selected as the Co- 
Player of the Year in the State 
of Maryland by the Maryland 
High School Sports Ledger. . . 
Tom Lemming ranked him as 
the state's No. 1 defensive 
back prospect... Selected the 
Defensive Player of the Year in 
the county by the Howard 
County Sun... A Second-Team 
All-Metro pick as a junior and 
Second-Team All-County as a 
sophomore... Started all four 
years in high school. ..Led 
Wilde Lake to the County 
Championship two of the last 
three years including a 10-1 
record and the regional title as 
a senior... Earned three letters 
in baseball and was First-Team 
All-Met last season... Plans to 
major in communications... His 
father, Rich, is Wilde Lake's 
junior varsity coach... Played 
for his father for the first 
week as a freshman before 
being called up to the varsity. 

ERIC JAMES 

Tight End/Defensive End 
Fr. 6-2 225 

Hometown: Washington, D.C. 
High School: Anacostia 
High School Coach: Willie 
Stewart 

► At Anacostia: Caught an 
amazing 71 passes for 1,324 
yards and 19 touchdowns as a 
senior... Named to George 
Michael's Golden 11 as a senior 
...First-Team All-Metro as a 
senior... Tom Lemming's top 
prospect in D.C. as senior for 
all positions. ..Led Anacostia 
to the city championship and 
a 10-3 record in 1997. ..Caught 
55 passes for 631 yards and 
eight touchdowns... Starting 
forward on the basketball 
team. 



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KRIS JENKINS 

Defensive Tackle 

Fr. 6-5 240 

Hometown: Ypsilanti, Mich. 

High School: Belleville 

High School Coach: Bob 

LaPointe 

!► At Belleville: All-Area and 
All-League as a senior. ..Ranked 
as the 18th top recruit in the 
state of Michigan by the 
Detroit Free Press. ..Led 
Belleville to the 1995 Division 
111 title while compiling a 10-1 
record... Started at Ypsilanti as 
a junior... Also earned two 
letters in basketball and two 
letters in track... Threw the 
shot and discus in track... 
Qualified for the state meet in 
the discus... Also ran the 400 
meter dash... Plans to major in 
civil engineering. ..His cousin, 
Johnny Hollyfield, was a 
tailback for the NFL's 
Cincinnati Bengals. 

DERRICK JONES 

Defensive Tackle 
Fr. 6-3 265 

Hometown: Port Jefferson, N.Y. 
High School: Comsewoque 
High School: Tom Cassee 

^ At Comsewoque: The 
Gatorade Player of the Year in 
the State of New York... 
PrepStar Magazine named him 
to its First-Team Dream team 
and ranked him as the No. 8 
defensive line prospect in the 
nation and New York's No. 1 
overall prospect... 110 tackles 
and nine quarterback sacks as 
a senior... Set the all-time 
school mark with 28 career 
sacks. ..Only four-year starter 
in school history... All-Suffolk 
County selection three 
consecutive seasons. ..Led 
Comsewoque to state Division 
m title and a 10-1 record in 
1996. ..Tom Lemming's 16th 
overall prospect in the east and 



the region's No. 5 defensive 
line prospect... First-Team All- 
Long Island as a junior and 
senior... Credited with 42 
tackles, nine sacks and three 
forced fumbles as a 
senior... Runs a 4.74 in the 40. 

LAMONT JORDAN 

Running Back 

Fr. 5-11 210 

Hometown: Forestville. Md. 

High School: Suitland 

High School Coach: Mike 

Lynch 

► At Suitland: First-Team 
All-Metro by the Washington 
Post and Baltimore Sun as a 
senior... First-Team All-State 
and First-Team All-County... 
Named to George Michael's 
Golden 11... The Player of the 
Year in Prince George's 
County... Received the Player of 
the Year Award by the 
Washington Pigskin Club... 
Second-Team All-County as a 
junior and named the 
Washington District Officials 
Most Outstanding Player... 
Rushed for 1,962 yards and 23 
touchdowns on 196 attempts as 
a senior... Returned two punts 
for touchdowns... Caught two 
passes for 95 yards and one 
touchdown in 1996 .. Gained 
1,084 yards on 106 attempts as 
a junior... Became the first 
player in school history to rush 
for more than 1,000 yards in 
1995... PrepStar Magazine wrote 
in its January 1997 issue: 
"Jordan has prototype NFL size 
and speed for a running 
back"... Earned two letters in 
football and track, one in 
baseball and one in 
swimming... The team MVP as a 
senior... Led Suitland to an 8-2 
mark in 1996, its best record in 
football in 20 years. ..Clocked 
at 10.6 in the 100 meter dash 
and 21.6 in the 200.. .County 
champion in the 100 meter 



dash as a senior... Helped lead 
Suitland to its first county 
track championship since 1991 
as a senior. ..Bench presses 275 
pounds and squats 350... 
Enjoys working with kids and 
volunteers at his church 
nursery. 

MATT KALAPINSKI 

Fullback/Linebacker 
Fr. 6-1 210 

Hometown: Marshfield. Mass. 
High School: Marshfield 
High School Coach: Lou Silva 

^ At Marshfield: Division III 
Player of the Year in 1996 by 
the Boston Globe... All- 
Scholastic by the Boston Globe, 
Boston Herald and Patriot 
ledger... Named First-Team All- 
League and the conference 
Player of the Year by WATV - 
radio... First-Team All-State by 
the coaches... Set school 
records for rushing yards in a 
season (1,771), rushing 
attempts in one game (22), 
single-game rushing yards 
(223), career rushing average 
(12.0 yards per carry), 
touchdowns in a season (27), 
touchdowns in a career (47), 
longest kickoff return for a 
touchdown (90 yards), longest 
punt return for a touchdown 
(85 yards) and most points 
scored in a season (174). ..As a 
junior he recorded 66 tackles 
from the linebacker 
position... Led Marshfield to 
two consecutive Super Bowl 
Championships... Earned three 
varsity letters in football and 
three in baseball... Named All- 
League in baseball as a junior 
as he hit .370... Bench presses 
over 300 pounds and squats 
460 pounds. 



BRIAN KOPKA 

Kicker 

Fr. 5-8 175 

Hometown: Hollywood, Fla. 

High School: Hollywood Hills 

High School Coach: Jack 

Pierson 

^ At Hollywood Hills: First- 
Team All-State selection as a 
senior... Two-time All-County 
and All-Conference selection... 
Career-best 56-yard field goal 
came as a senior... Was 
successful on eight of 11 field 
goal attempts and made all 14 
of his point after touchdown 
attempts. ..Earned Student- 
Athlete of the Week honors by 
the Sun Sentinel Newspaper. . . 
Member of the National Honor 
Society with a 3.88 grade point 
average... His brother, Kevin, is 
a kicker at Notre Dame. 

REGGIE LEWIS 

Linebacker 

Fr. 6-2 210 

Hometown: Chicago, III. 

High School: Carver 

High School Coach: Willie 

Simpson 

^ At Carver: First-Team All- 
Met by the Chicago Sun- 
Times. ..Led the city of Chicago 
with 20 quarterback sacks as a 
senior. ..Recorded 104 tackles 
and 10 fumble recoveries as a 
senior... Led Carver to an 8-2 
record in 1996. ..Averaged 10 
points and 12 rebounds for the 
basketball team which ranked 
as high as third in the state. 

ERIK UPTON 

Quarterback 

Fr. 6-4 200 

Hometown: Crofton, Md. 

High School: Arundel 

High School Coach: Bill Zuccoc 

^ At Arundel: State public 
school record holder for career 
yards passing (4,768), 



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touchdown passes (47), 
completions (312), attempts 
(522) and games played 
(29)...First-Team All-Met by 
the Baltimore Sun and 
Washington Post his senior 
season... Threw for 2,056 yards 
and 20 touchdowns as a 
senior... Completed 146 passes 
on 248 attempts with only six 
interceptions... Arundel posted 
a 22-7 record with Upton as 
the starter, including a 10-1 
record his senior season... The 
Baltimore Sun's 4A Offensive 
Player of the Year... A Maryland 
Big Schools All-State 
selection... An All-America 
selection by Tom Lemming, 
Athlon Magazine, ESPN, G &W 
Report, SRA, National Recruiting 
Advisor, and Bill 
Buchwalter... Athlete of the 
Week by the Baltimore Sun and 
Annapolis Capital... All-Anne 
Arundel County 4A League 
Team by the Annapolis 
Capital... PrepStar Magazine 
wrote in its January 1997 
issue: "Good size and speed. 
Possesses a strong arm and has 
excellent skills. Very calm in 
the pocket and can pick up 
downfield receivers". ..PrepStar 
selected him as the No. 5 
quarterback prospect in the 
ACC region. ..School record 
holder for single-season 
completions (146 in 1996), 
single-season completion 
percentage (63% in 1994), 
single-season passing yards 
(2,056 in 1996), single-season 
touchdown passes (20 in 1996) 
and best single-season 
touchdown pass to interception 
ratio (3.3:1 in 1996). ..Led 
Anne Arundel County in assists 
as a point guard on the 
basketball team last 
season. ..Mother, Pam, and 
father, Chet, attended the 
University of Maryland. 



JUSTIN MATTERA 

Wide Receiver 

Fr. 6-3 195 

Hometown: Lake Grove, N.Y. 

High School: Sachen 

High School Coach: Fred 

Fusaro 

► At Sachen: Earned two 
letters and led Sachen to the 
Suffolk County Championship 
as a junior... Sachem captured 
the Big Four and League One 
championships his senior 
year... Also played basketball. 

MATT MURPHY 

Tight End 

Fr. 6-5 220 

Hometown: New Haven, Mich. 

High School: New Haven 

High School Coach: Jim Collins 

► At New Haven: The first 
player to commit to new 
Maryland head coach Ron 
Vanderlinden... Named All-Met 
by the Detroit Free Press after 
playing six positions (FB, TE, 
WR, DE, LB, DT)... His uncle, 
Dwight Lee, was an All- 
American at Michigan State... 
Posted 80 tackles as a defensive 
player... Excellent student with 
a 3.3 grade point average. 

DOUG PATTERSON 

Wide Receiver/Punt Returner 

Fr. 6-2 190 

Hometown: Shelby Township, 

Mich. 

High School: Eisenhower 

High School Coach: Bob 

Lantzy 

► At Eisenhower: Named to 
the All-State Dream Team by 
the Detroit Free Press... Named 
the MAC-Red Conference Most 
Valuable Player by the Detroit 
Free Press... First-Team All- 
Metro by the Detroit Free Press 
and Detroit News... First-team 
All-McComb County by the 
McComb Daily. ..Set school 



records for career receptions 
(105), receptions in a season 
(56) and receptions in a game 
(12)...Posted nearly 1,500 
career yards and 18 total 
touchdowns... Complied 602 
yards and five touchdowns on 
29 punt returns... First-Team 
All-Metro East, First-Team All- 
McComb and Honorable 
Mention All-State... Earned two 
varsity letters in football, two 
in basketball and three in 
baseball. 

TODD PIVEC 

HBack 

Fr. 6-2 220 

Hometown: Phoenix, Md. 

High School: Loyola 

High School Coach: Joe Brune 

!► At Loyola: A First-Team 
All-County and All-Metro 
selection by the Baltimore Sun 
his senior year.. .Participated 
in the Chesapeake Classic. ..Led 
Loyola to the Catholic League 
Championship as a senior... 
Earned three letters in lacrosse 
as a defenseman...His uncle, 
Robert Pivec, was on 
Maryland's 1953 National 
Championship team. 

MATT PURDY 

Offensive Lineman 

So. 6-7 300 

Hometown: Chesapeake Beach, 

Md. 

High School: Bishop 

McNamara 

High School Coach: Tom Clark 

P- On Purdy: Transfer from 
Eastern Illinois... Earned 
Second-Team All-League 
honors from the PG Journal in 
1994. ..Also named honorable 
mention All-County by the PG 
Journal in 1994.. .Inducted 
into the National Honor 
Society. 



SCOn RUDOLPH 

Long Snapper 

Fr. 6-5 230 

Hometown: Churchville, Md. 

High School: C. Milton Wright 

High School Coach: Steve 

Harward 

P- At C. Milton Wright: 

Named Second-Team All-Metro 
by the Baltimore Sun his 
junior & senior years at 
offensive tackle and long 
snapper... An All-County First- 
Team selection by the Aegis 
and Sporting News his final 
two years. ..Served as captain 
his senior year.. .Led team to 
Hartford county championship 
and state playoffs his 
sophomore and junior 
years. ..Earned eight total 
letters, three each in football 
and basketball and two in 
baseball. ..Earned All-County 
honors in basketball and 
baseball from the Baltimore 
Sun, Aegis and Sporting News. 

CHRIS SANDERS 

Cornerback 

Fr. 6-2 195 

Hometown: Winter Springs, Fla. 

High School: Oviedo 

High School Coach: Jack 

Blanton 

► At Oviedo: Named First- 
Team All-Conference. ..Posted 
five interceptions and returned 
two for touchdowns as a 
senior... Also caught three 
touchdown passes and served 
as the back-up quarterback... 
Named Second-Team All- 
Conference as a junior. ..Led 
the Lions to two consecutive 
Rotary Bowl appearances... 
Earned three letters in 
basketball, two in baseball, 
one in track and one in 
weightlifting...In basketball, 
earned MVP honors in Central 
Florida Classic as a junior... 
Named to the AU-Tournament 



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team of Kiwanis International 
Classic and led the team in 
scoring while being named to 
the All-District Team. 

MIKE SHERMAN 

Offensive Lineman 
Fr. 6-6 313 

Hometown: Gaithersburg. Md. 
Prep School: Milford Academy 
Prep Coach: Jeff Bevino 

► At Milford: Rated as the 
No. 1 prep football player... 
Named to the WCAC's Second- 
Team... Placed on SuperPrep's 
All-Region Team... Offensive 
MVP eight of 11 games... 
Averaged eight pancake blocks 
per game. ..Led Milford to an 
11-2 record last season... 
Earned three letters in football, 
two in basketball and one in 
track and field. 

MITCH DINGWALL 

Long Snapper 

Jr. 6-1 190 

Hometown: Gaithersburg, Md. 

High School: Gaithersburg 

High School Coach: John 

Harvill 

►On Dingwall: Will compete 
for playing time at the long 
snapper position. 



CHRIS SNADER 

Offensive Lineman 
Fr. 6-5 295 

Hometown: Bishopville, Md. 
High School: Stephen Decatur 
High School Coach: Bob Knox 

► At Stephen Decatur: 

Named consensus First-Team 
All-State and rated as one of 
the state's Top 30 players... 
Two-time First-Team All- 
Bayside Conference... Earned 
three letters each in football 
and track... Reigning Bayside 
Conference Champion in discus. 

ALBERT SURMAN 

Linebacker 

Fr. 6-3 245 

Hometown: Pittsburgh, Pa. 

High School: Baldwin 

High School Coach: Don Yanessa 

► At Baldwin: Named All- 
Quad Conference First- 
Team. ..Selected to western 
Pennsylvania's Fabulous 22 
Team... Named to Pittsburgh 
Post Gazette's Fabulous 22 and 
the Pittsburgh Tribune Review's 
Fantastic 40... Quad A All- 
Conference on offense and 
defense three consecutive 
years... Four-year varsity 
starter... Named to Street and 
Smith's lop 50 in 1995... 
Younger brother of Terps' 
offensive lineman, Anthony. 



RYAN SWIFT 

Running Back 

Fr. 6-1 219 

Hometown: Hinsdale, III. 

High School: Hinsdale Central 

High School Coach: Ken 

Schreinger 

► At Hinsdale Central: 

Named All-Met Chicago after 
posting 2,820 career yards on 
405 rushes and 27 touch- 
downs. ..Tom Lemming's No. 2 
running back prospect in 
Illinois last pre-season... As a 
junior ran for 903 yards and 12 
touchdowns on 150 
carries... Averaged 27.8 yards 
on kickoffs returns... Also 
posted a 37-yard punting 
average... Clocked at 10.7 in 
the 100-meter dash. 



AARON THOMPSON 

Running Back 

Fr. 6-1 200 

Hometown: Baltimore, Md. 

High School: Mt. St. Joseph's 

High School Coach: Mike 

Working 

► At Mt. St. Joseph's: 

Selected as the Baltimore Sun's 
All-Metro Offensive Player of 
the Year as a senior... Ran for 
2,325 yards and 37 touchdowns 
on 314 rushes as a senior... Will 
become the first player from a 
Baltimore school to attend 
Maryland since 1993. ..One of 
the state's all-time leading 
rushers... Played linebacker in 
special situations, posting 19 
tackles, two sacks and one 
interception. 

JOHN WAERIG 

Tight End 

So. 6-3 260 

Hometown: Philadelphia, Pa. 

High School: Cardinal 

Dougherty 

High School Coach: Frank 

Hackney 

► Transfer from 
Wisconsin. ..Earned All-City, 
All-State and All-League by the 
Daily News in 1995. ..Played on 
special teams at Wisconsin. 



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**»# V 







Ohio University 




GENERAL INFORMATION 

Location: Athens, Ohio 

Enrollment: 19,143 

Athletics Director: Thomas Boeh 

Colors: Hunter Green and White 

Stadium (capacity): Peden Stadium (20,000) 

Founded: 1804 

President: Dr. Robert Glidden 

Nickname: Bobcats 

Conference: Mid-American 

Playing Surface: Natural Grass 

FOOTBALL STAFF 

Head Coach: Jim Grobe 

Record at School: 8-14-1 (2 years) 

1996 Record: 6-6 

Coach's Phone: (614) 593-1183 

Alma Mater: Virginia, 1975 

Career Record: 8-14-1 (2 years) 

Mid-American Record: 5-3 

Mid-American Finish: 4th 

Assistant Coaches: Troy Calhoun (Offensive 
Coordinator/QB): Tim DeRuyter (Defensive 
Coordinator/DB); Keith Henry (0LB); Brian Knorr 
(ILB); Steed Lobotzke (Centers/Guards); Billy 
Mitchell (Assistant Head Coach/RB): Ray McCartney 
(Recruiting Coordinator/DL); Jeff Mullen (TE/0T) 

PLAYER INFORMATION 

Lettermen Returning/Lost: 48/17 

Starters Returning/Lost: 15/9 

Offensive Starters Returning: 5 - FL Damion Maxwell, 

0G Mike Solominsky, QB Kareem Wilson, FB Steve 

Hookfin, HB Ewane Nanji 
Defensive Starters Returning: 8 - ILB Tom Carder, ILB 

Mark Calgaro, 0LB Andre Jackson, 0LB Leigh 

Barbour, CB Mark Stubbs, CB Trevell Jones, FS 

Dennis Fitzgerald, SS Brandon Cade 
Specialist Starters Returning: 2 - PK Brian Huston, P 

Jon Beier 

MEDIA RELATIONS STAFF 

Director: George Mauzy Jr. 

Home Phone: (614) 797-3882 

Fax: (614) 593-2420 

Mailing Address: P.O. Box 689, Athens, Ohio 45701 

Internet Address: www.ohiou.edu 

Office Phone: (614) 593-1298 

Assistant: Pam Fronko 

Press Box: (614) 593-0501 



September 6 

Byrd Stadium 
College Park, Md. 




Jim Grobe 




Kareem Wilson 



1997 SCHEDULE 

8/30 KENT 

9/6 at Maryland 

9/13 at Kansas State 

9/20 BUFFALO 

9/27 WESTERN MICHIGAN 

10/4 at Eastern Michigan 

10/18 BOWLING GREEN 

10/25 at Akron 

11/1 at Northern Illinois 

11/8 MIAMI (OH) 

11/15 at Marshall 



SERIES NOTES 

Series Record: Maryland leads 1-0-0 

Series at Maryland: Maryland leads 1-0-0 

Series at Ohio: No games at Ohio 

First Meeting: 1965, Maryland, 24-7 

Last Terrapin Win at Maryland: 1965 (24-7) 

Last Terrapin Win at Ohio: None 

Last Bobcat Win at Maryland: None 

Last Bobcat Win at Ohio: None 

Current Series Streak: Maryland has won 1 

Maryland's Largest Victory Margin: 17 (24-7, 1965) 

Ohio's Largest Victory Margin: None 



THE SERIES 














1965, home, Maryland, 24-7 










RETURNING STATISTICAL LEADERS 








Rushing 


Att 


Yds 


Avg 


TD 






Steve Hoofkin 


195 


1125 


5.8 


9 






Ewane Nanji 


20 


103 


5.2 









Totals 


685 


3289 


4.8 


29 






Opponent Totals 


469 


1447 


3.1 


20 






Passing 


Comp 


Att 


Pet. 


Yds 


bit 


TD 


Kareem Wilson 


38 


90 


42.2 


567 


2 


7 


Totals 


48 


111 


43.2 


646 


2 


8 


Opponent Totals 


199 


383 


52.0 


2213 


14 


10 


Receiving 


Rec 


Yds 


Avg 


TD 






Damion Maxwell 


17 


184 


10.6 


2 






Tackles 


UA 


AS 


Total TFL 






Dennis Fitzgerald 


72 


48 


120 


2 (-3) 




Tom Carder 


56 


27 


83 


5 li- 


16) 





1996 RESULTS 



W 
W 
L 
L 
W 
L 
W 
W 

w 

L 
L 
L 



AKRON 
at Hawaii 
at Army 

at Northwestern 
E. MICHIGAN 
at Ball State 
at Kent 

BOWLING GREEN 
at W. Michigan 
at Miami (OH) 
at East Carolina 
TOLEDO 



44-13 

21-10 

37-21 

28-7 

7-0 

30-27 

24-15 

38-0 

38-0 

24-8 

55-45 

24-23 



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Florida State University 




GENERAL INFORMATION 

Location: Tallahassee, Fla. 

Enrollment: 30,200 

Athletics Director: Dave Hart, Jr. 

Colors: Garnet and Gold 

Stadium (capacity): Doak S. Campbell (80,000) 

Founded: 1857 

President: Talbot "Sandy" D' Alemberte 

Nickname: Seminoles 

Conference: Atlantic Coast 

Playing Surface: Natural Grass 

FOOTBALL STAFF 

Head Coach: Bobby Bowden 

Record at School: 197-50-4 (21 years) 

1996 Record: 11-1 

Coach's Phone: (904) 644-1465 

Alma Mater: Samford, 1953 

Career Record: 270-82-4 (31 years) 

ACC Record: 8-0 

ACC Finish: 1st 

Assistant Coaches: Chuck Amato (Assistant Head 
Coach/LB); Mickey Andrews (Defensive 
Coordinator/DB); Jeff Bowden (WR); Ronnie Cottrell 
(Recruiting Coordinator/TE); Jim Gladden (DE); 
Odell Haggins (DT/NG); Jimmy Heggins (0L); Mark 
Richt (Offensive Coordinator/QB); Billy Sexton (RB) 

PLAYER INFORMATION 

Lettermen Returning/Lost: 49/23 

Starters Returning/Lost: 14/16 

Offensive Starters Returning: 6 - QB Thad Busby, SE 

E.G. Green, C Kevin Long, TE Melvin Pearsall, ST Tra 

Thomas, FB Pooh Bear Williams 
Defensive Starters Returning: 5 - NG Andre 

Wadsworth, SS Shevin Smith, CB Samari Rolle, MLB 

Daryl Bush, OLB Sam Cowart 
Specialist Starters Returning: 3 - KR Laveranues Coles, 

PR Dee Feaster, KR Peter Warrick 

MEDIA RELATIONS STAFF 

Director: Rob Wilson 

Home Phone: (904) 386-1619 

Fax: (904) 644-3820 

Mailing Address: P.O. Box 2195, 
Tallahassee, Fla., 32316 

Internet Address: www.fsu.edu/~athletic 

Office Phone: (904) 644-1403 

Assistant: Tina Thomas 

Press Box: (904) 644-4057 

Weekly Press Conference: Coach Bowden speaks to 
media at the conclusion of each practice and during 
the ACC teleconference from 11:00 a.m. to 12:30 
pm each Wednesday during the season. 



September 13 

Doak S. Campbell Stadium 
Tallahassee, Fla. 




Bobby Bowden 




Daryl Bush 



1997 

9/6 

9/13 

9/20 

10/4 

10/11 

10/18 

10/25 

11/1 

11/8 

11/15 

11/22 



SCHEDULE 

at Southern Cal 
MARYLAND 
at Clemson 
MIAMI 
at Duke 
GEORGIA TECH 
at Virginia 
N.C. STATE 
at North Carolina 
WAKE FOREST 
at Florida 



1996 RESULTS 

W DUKE 44-7 

W at N.C. State 51-17 

W NORTH CAROLINA 13-0 

W CLEMSON 34-3 

W at Miami 34-16 

W VIRGINIA 31-24 

W at Georgia Tech 49-3 

W Wake Forest* 44-7 

W S. MISSISSIPPI 54-14 

W Maryland* 48-10 

W FLORIDA 24-21 

L Florida** 52-20 
* neutral site games 
H Sugar Bowl 



SERIES NOTES 

Series Record: Florida State leads 7-0-0 
Series at Maryland: Florida State leads 3-0-0 
Series at Florida State: Florida State leads 3-0-0 
Neutral: Florida State leads 1-0-0 
First Meeting: 1966, Florida State, 45-21 
Last Terrapin Win at Maryland: None 
Last Terrapin Win at Florida State: None 
Last Seminole Win at Maryland: 1994 (52-20) 
Last Seminole Win at Florida State: 1995 (59-17) 
Current Series Streak: Florida State has won 7 
Florida State's Largest Victory Margin: 48 (69-21, 
1992) 

THE SERIES 

1966, away, Florida State, 21-45 
1968, home, Florida State, 14-24 

1992, away, Florida State, 21-69 

1993, home, Florida State, 20-49 

1994, home, Florida State, 20-52 

1995, away, Florida State, 17-59 

1996, Miami, Florida State, 10-48 

RETURNING STATISTICAL LEADERS 



Rushing 


Att 


Yds 


Avg 


TD 






Laveranues Coles 


14 


91 


6.5 









Pooh Bear Williams 24 


79 


3.3 


2 






Totals 


423 


1960 


4.6 


22 






Opponent Totals 


418 


649 


1.6 


5 






Passing 


Comp 


Att 


Pet. 


Yds 


Int 


TD 


Thad Busby 


134 


243 


.551 


1866 


12 


16 


Dan Kendra 


46 


89 


.517 


665 


2 


9 


Totals 


181 


335 


.540 


2541 


14 


25 


Opponent Totals 


162 


358 


.453 


1875 


11 


9 


Receiving 


Rec 


Yds 


Avg 


TD 






E.G. Green 


34 


662 


19.5 


7 






Peter Warrick 


22 


467 


21.2 


4 






Tackles 


UA 


AS 


Total TFL 






Daryl Bush 


44 


57 


101 


7 (-22) 




Shevin Smith 


36 


23 


59 


4 (-9) 





82 



TERRAPIN FOOTBALL 



University of North Carolina 




GENERAL INFORMATION 

Location: Chapel Hill, NX. 

Enrollment: 24,463 

Athletics Director: TBA 

Colors: Carolina Blue and White 

Stadium (capacity): Kenan Memorial (52,000) 

Founded: 1789 

President: Michael Hooker 

Nickname: Tar Heels 

Conference: Atlantic Coast 

Playing Surface: Natural Grass 

FOOTBALL STAFF 

Head Coach: Mack Brown 

Record at School: 59-45-1 (9 years) 

1996 Record: 10-2 

Coach's Phone: (919) 966-2575 

Alma Mater: Florida State, 1974 

Career Record: 76-73-2 (4 years) 

ACC Record: 6-2 

ACC Finish: T-2nd 

Assistant Coaches: Eddie Williamson (Assistant Head 
Coach/OL); Carl Torbush (Defensive 
Coordinator/LB); Greg Davis (Offensive 
Coordinator/OB); Ken Browning (DT); Cleve Bryant 
(Recruiting Coordinator/ WR); Tim Brewster (TE); 
Ron Case (DB): Ken Mack (RB); Donnie Thompson 
(DE) 

PLAYER INFORMATION 

Lettermen Returning/Lost: 44/18 

Starters Returning/Lost: 15/7 

Offensive Starters Returning: 6 - FL Na Brown, C Jeff 
Saturday, RG Mike Hobgood, RT Mike Baxter, QB 
Chris Keldorf, SE L.C. Stevens 

Defensive Starters Returning: 9 - DE Greg Ellis, DT 
Vonnie Holliday, DE Mike Pringley, OLB Brian 
Simmons, MLB Kivuusama Mays, CB Dre' Bly, FS 
Omar Brown, SS Greg Williams, CB Robert Williams 

MEDIA RELATIONS STAFF 

Director: Steve Kirschner 

Home Phone: (919) 403-7179 

Fax: (919) 962-0612 

Mailing Address: PO Box 2126, Chapel Hill, NX. 27514 

Internet Address: http://www.adp.unc.edu/sis/athlet- 

ics/home.html 
Office Phone: (919) 962-2123 
Assistant: Kevin Best 
Press Box: (919) 962-2123 
Weekly Press Conference: Monday at 12:00 p.m. 

SERIES NOTES 

Series Record: North Carolina leads 32-26-1 
Series at Maryland: Maryland leads 14-10-0 
Series at UNC: North Carolina leads 17-11-1 
Neutral: North Carolina leads 5-1-0 
First Meeting: 1920, Maryland, 13-0 
Last Terrapin Win at Maryland: 1995 (32-18) 
Last Terrapin Win at North Carolina: 1988 (41-38) 
Last Tar Heel Win at Maryland: 1992 (31-24) 
Last Tar Heel Win at North Carolina: 1996 (38-7) 
Current Series Streak: North Carolina has won 1 
Maryland's Largest Victory Margin: 38 (38-0, 1989) 
North Carolina's Largest Victory Margin: 43 (43-0, 
1929) 



September 20 

Byrd Stadium 
College Park, Md. 




Mack Brown 




Chris Keldorf 



1997 

9/6 

9/13 

9/20 

9/27 

10/4 

10/11 

10/18 

10/30 

11/8 

11/15 

11/22 



SCHEDULE 

INDIANA 

STANFORD 

at Maryland 

VIRGINIA 

at Texas Christian 

WAKE FOREST 

at NX. State 

at Georgia Tech 

FLORIDA STATE 

at Clemson 

DUKE 



1996 RESULTS 



CLEMSON 
at Syracuse 
GEORGIA TECH 
at Florida State 
at Wake Forest 
MARYLAND 
at Houston 
NX. STATE 
LOUISVILLE 
at Virginia 
at Duke 
West Virginia* 
Gator Bowl 



45-0 

27-10 

16-0 

13-0 

45-6 

38-7 

42-14 

52-20 

28-10 

20-17 

27-10 

20-13 



THE SERIES 




1920, away, Maryland. 13-0 


1962, home, Maryland, 31-13 


1921, Baltimore Stadium, 


1963, home, UNC, 7-14 


UNC, 7-16 


1964, Norfolk, Maryland, 10-9 


1922, away, UNC, 3-27 


1965, away, UNC, 10-12 


1923, home, Maryland, 14-0 


1967, away, UNC, 0-14 


1924, away, Maryland, 6-0 


1968, home, Maryland, 33-24 


1925, Baltimore Stadium, 


1970, home, UNC, 20-53 


UNC, 0-16 


1971, away, UNC, 14-35 


1926, home, Maryland, 14-6 


1972, home, UNC, 26-31 


1927, away, UNC, 6-7 


1973, away, Maryland, 23-3 


1928, home, UNC, 19-26 


1974, home, Maryland, 24-12 


1929. home, UNC, 0-43 


1975, away, Maryland, 34-7 


1930, away, UNC, 21-28 


1977, home, UNC, 7-16 


1935, Baltimore Stadium, 


1978, away, Maryland, 21-20 


UNC. 0-33 


1979, home, Maryland, 17-14 


1936, away, UNC, 0-14 


1980, away, UNC, 3-17 


1946, away, UNC, 0-33 


1981, home, UNC, 10-17 


1947, Griffith Stadium, UNC, 


1982, away, Maryland, 31-24 


0-19 


1983, home, Maryland, 28-26 


1948, Griffith Stadium, UNC, 


1984, away, Maryland, 34-23 


20-49 


1985, home, Maryland, 28-10 


1950, away, tie, 7-7 


1986, away, UNC, 30-32 


1951, home, Maryland, 14-7 


1987, home, UNC, 14-27 


1953, away, Maryland, 26-0 


1988, away, Maryland, 41-38 


1954, home, Maryland, 33-0 


1989, home, Maryland, 38-0 


1955, away, Maryland, 25-7 


1990, away, UNC, 10-34 


1956, away, UNC, 6-34 


1991, away, UNC, 0-24 


1957, home, Maryland, 21-7 


1992, home, UNC, 24-31 


1958, away, UNC, 0-27 


1993, away, UNC, 42-59 


1959, home, Maryland, 14-7 


1994, away, UNC, 17-41 


1960, away, Maryland, 22-19 


1995, home, Maryland, 32-18 


1961, home, UNC, 8-14 


1996, away, UNC, 7-38 


RETURNING STATISTICAL LEADERS 


Rushing Att 


Yds Avg TD 


Jonathan Linton 55 


200 3.6 


Mike Geter 24 


95 4.0 1 


Totals 456 


1305 2.9 15 


Opponent Totals 334 


813 2.4 5 



Passing Comp Att Pet. Yds Int TD 

Chris Keldorf 201 338 .595 2347 5 23 

Totals 226 372 .608 2738 6 25 

Opponent Totals 148 326 .454 1669 20 7 



Receiving 
Na Brown 
L.C. Stevens 

Tackles 

Kivuusama Mays 
Brian Simmons 



Rec Yds Avg TD 
52 534 10.3 4 
44 771 17.5 7 



UA 
64 
41 



AS 
48 
44 



Total TFL 
112 7 (-21) 
85 9 (-41) 



TERRAPIN FOOTBALL 



83 



Temple University 




GENERAL INFORMATION 

Location: Philadelphia, Pa. 

Enrollment: 31,000 

Athletics Director: Dave O'Brien 

Colors: Cherry and White 

Stadium (capacity): Veterans Stadium (66,592) 

Founded: 1884 

President: Peter J. Liacouras 

Nickname: Owls 

Conference: BIG EAST 

Playing Surface: Astro Turf 

FOOTBALL STAFF 

Head Coach: Ron Dickerson 

Record at School: 5-39 (4 years) 

1996 Record: 1-10 

Coach's Phone: (215) 204-8794 

Alma Mater: Kansas, 1971 

Career Record: 5-39 (4 years) 

BIG EAST Record: 0-7 

BIG EAST Finish: 7th 

Assistant Coaches: Ron McCrone (Assistant Head 
Coach); Lew Carpenter (Offensive Coordinator); Eric 
Grudger (WR); Ted Heath (DL); Mike Maclntyre 
(DB); Chris Roulhac (RB); Bob Stanley (OL) 

PLAYER INFORMATION 

Lettermen Returning/Lost: 36/17 

Starters Returning/Lost: 18/12 

Offensive Starters Returning: 11 - C J.J. Cardona, T 
Roger Chanoine, TE Wendell Davis, T Damien Grant, 
FB Brent Johnstone, WR Troy Kersey, TB Ramod Lee, 
G Charlie Morris, G Scott Oster, G Shawn Overocker, 
WR Kevin Walker 

Defensive Starters Returning: 7 - CB Lamond Adams, 
LB Decara Burgess, DT Larry Chester, S Marcus 
Counts, CB Tom Indio, DE Robert Kelly, S Excel 
Lucas 



September 27 

Franklin Field 
Philadelphia, Pa. 




Ron Dickerson 




Lamond Adams 



1997 SCHEDULE 

8/28 at Western Michigan 

9/6 BOSTON COLLEGE 

9/13 at Penn State 

9/20 VIRGINIA TECH 

9/27 MARYLAND 

10/4 PITTSBURGH 

10/18 at Syracuse 

10/25 at Miami 

11/1 RUTGERS 

11/8 at Navy 

11/15 at West Virginia 



MEDIA RELATIONS STAFF 

Director: Scott Cathcart 

Home Phone: (609) 753-7114 

Fax: (215) 204-7499 

Regular Mailing Address: PO Box 2840, Philadelphia, 

Pa. 19122-0840 
Overnight Mailing Address: McGonigle Hall 047-00, 

Temple University, Philadelphia, Pa. 19122 
Internet Address: www.temple.edu/owlsport 
Office Phone: (215) 204-7445 
Assistant: Brian Kirschner 
Press Box: (215) 898-6159 
Weekly Press Conference: Tuesday at 11:30 a.m. 

THE SERIES 

This is the first meeting between the two schools 

RETURNING STATISTICAL LEADERS 

Rushing Att Yds Avg TD 

Ramod Lee 130 526 4.0 10 

Totals 433 1096 2.5 14 

Opponent Totals 434 2302 5.3 28 



Passing 


Comp 


Att 


Pet. 


Yds 


Int 




Pat Bonner 


27 


56 


.482 


388 


3 


2 


Totals 


171 


342 


.500 


2484 


11 


15 


Opponent Totals 


152 


305 


.498 


2057 


6 


16 


Receiving 


Rec 


Yds 


Avg 


TD 






Troy Kersey 


28 


543 


19.4 


3 






Wendall Davis 


14 


158 


11.3 


1 






Tackles 


UA 


AS 


Total TFL 






Lamond Adams 


50 


8 


58 


1(- 


1) 




Marcus Counts 


47 


23 


70 










1996 RESULTS 



at Eastern Michigan 28-24 
WASHINGTON STATE 38-34 



Bowling Green 
PENN STATE 
at Pittsburgh 
at Virginia Tech 
WEST VIRGINIA 
at Rutgers 
MIAMI 

at Boston College 
SYRACUSE 



20-16 

41-0 

53-52 

38-0 

30-10 

28-17 

57-26 

21-20 

36-15 



84 



TERRAPIN FOOTBALL 



Duke University 



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GENERAL INFORMATION 

Location: Durham, NX. 

Enrollment: 6,085 

Founded: 1838 

Athletics Director: Tom Butters 

Colors: Royal Blue & White 

Stadium (capacity): Wallace Wade (33,941) 

Founded: 1838 

President: Dr. Nannerl Keohane 

Nickname: Blue Devils 

Conference: Atlantic Coast 

Playing Surface: Natural Grass 

FOOTBALL STAFF 

Head Coach: Fred Goldsmith 

Record at School: 11-23-0 (3 years) 

1996 Record: 0-11 

Coach's Phone: (919) 684-2635 

Alma Mater: Florida, 1967 

Career Record: 36-61-1 (9 years) 

ACC Record: 0-8 

ACC Finish: 9th 

Assistant Coaches: Larry Beckish (Offensive 

Coordinator): Bob Trott (Defensive Coordinator): 
Scott Brown (DL); Fred Chatham (RB); Joe 
D'Allesandris (0L); Joe DeForest (Special 
Teams/OLB); Joe DeLamielleure (TE); Ken Matous 
(WR); Brad Sherrod (ILB) 

PLAYER INFORMATION 

Lettermen Returning/Lost: 46/16 

Starters Returning/Lost: 21/10 

Offensive Starters Returning: 9 - LG Lennine 
Friedman, C John Gordon, QB David Green, TB 
Layman Marshall, RG Chad Melita, FL Reco Owens, 
LT Gannon Shepherd, RT Austin Smithwick, SE 
Corey Thomas 

Defensive Starters Returning: 10 - SS Darius Clark, DT 
Chris Combs, ILB Chike Egbuniwe, CB Lamar Grant, 
0LB Kevin Lewis, 0LB Brian McCormack, CB Alonzo 
Moyer, DE Chris Ruzic, FS Tawambi Settles, NG Eric 
Scanlan 

MEDIA RELATIONS INFORMATION 

Director: Mike Cragg 

Home Phone: (919) 544-0259 

Fax: (919) 515-2898 

Mailing Address: Box 90557, Durham, NX. 27708-0557 

Internet Address: www.goduke.com 

Office Phone: (919) 684-2633 

Assistant: Lori Winters 

Weekly Press Conference: Monday at 12:00 p.m. 

SERIES NOTES 

Series Record: Maryland leads 23-17-0 
Series at Maryland: Maryland leads 10-4-0 
Series at Duke: Maryland leads 11-9-0 
Neutral: Duke leads 4-2-0 
First Meeting: 1932, Duke, 34-0 
Last Terrapin win at Maryland: 1995 (41-28) 
Last Terrapin win at Duke: 1996 (22-19) 
Last Blue Devil win at Maryland: 1991 (17-13) 
Last Blue Devil win at Duke: 1994 (49-16) 
Current Series Streak: Maryland has won 2 
Maryland's Largest Victory Margin: 43 (56-13, 1974) 
Duke's Largest Victory Margin: 50 (50-0, 1941) 



October 4 

Byrd Stadium 
College Park, Md. 



f 1 


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A JL 



Fred Goldsmith 




Corey Thomas 



1997 

9/6 

9/13 

9/20 

9/27 

10/4 

10/11 

10/18 

10/25 

11/8 

11/15 

11/22 



SCHEDULE 

NX. STATE 

at Northwestern 

ARMY 

NAVY 

at Maryland 

FLORIDA STATE 

at Virginia 

WAKE FOREST 

at Clemson 

GEORGIA TECH 

at North Carolina 



1996 RESULTS 

L at Florida State 7-44 

L NORTHWESTERN 13-38 

L at Army 17-35 

L at Georgia Tech 22-48 

L at Navy 27-64 

L CLEMSON 6-13 

L MARYLAND 19-22 

L VIRGINIA 3-27 

L at NX. State 22-44 

L at Wake Forest 16-17 

L NORTH CAROLINA 10-27 



THE SERIES 

1932, away, Duke, 0-34 

1933, home, Duke, 7-38 

1941, Baltimore Stadium, Duke, 0-50 

1942, away, Duke, 0-42 

1947, away, Duke, 7-19 

1948, Griffith Stadium, Duke, 12-13 
1950, away, Maryland, 26-14 
1957, away, Duke, 0-14 

1960, home, Duke, 7-20 

1962, away, Duke, 7-10 

1963, Richmond, Duke, 12-30 

1964, away, Duke, 17-24 
1966, home, Maryland, 21-19 

1968, Norfolk, Duke, 28-30 

1969, home, Maryland, 20-7 

1970, away, Duke, 12-13 

1972, away, Duke, 14-20 

1973, Norfolk, Maryland, 30-10 

1974, Norfolk, Maryland, 56-13 

1976, away, Maryland, 30-3 

1977, home, Maryland, 31-13 

1978, away, Maryland, 27-0 

1979, away, Maryland, 27-0 

1980, away, Maryland, 17-14 

1981, home, Maryland, 24-21 

1982, home, Maryland, 49-22 

1983, home, Maryland, 38-3 

1984, away, Maryland, 43-7 

1985, home, Maryland, 40-10 

1986, away, Maryland, 27-19 

1987, home, Maryland, 23-22 

1988, away, Maryland, 34-24 

1989, home, Duke, 25-46 

1990, away, Maryland, 23-20 

1991, home, Duke, 13-17 

1992, away, Maryland, 27-25 

1993, home, Maryland, 26-18 

1994, away, Duke, 16-49 

1995, home, Maryland, 41-28 

1996, away, Maryland, 22-19 

RETURNING STATISTICAL LEADERS 



Rushing 
Letavious Wilks 
Laymarr Marshall 
Totals 
Opponent Totals 

Passing 
David Green 
Totals 
Opponent Totals 

Receiving 
Corey Thomas 
Reco Owens 

Tackles 

Tawambi Settles 
Chike Egbuniwe 



Att 
116 
115 
400 
511 



Yds 

554 

390 

1144 

2280 



Avg 
4.8 
i 4 

4.5 



TD 
2 
3 
8 

22 



Comp Att Pet. Yds Int TD 

88 165 .533 958 3 4 

186 349 .533 2061 12 11 

148 262 .565 2188 5 16 



Rec 

38 
23 

UA 
84 
52 



Yds Avg TD 
527 13.9 4 
194 8.4 2 



AS 

Z2 
51 



Total TFL 
106 3 (-13) 
103 2 (-2) 



TERRAPIN FOOTBALL 



85 



West Virginia University 



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GENERAL INFORMATION 

Location: Morgantown, W.Va. 

Enrollment: 21,500 

Athletics Director: Ed Pastilong 

Colors: Old Gold and Blue 

Stadium (capacity): Mountaineer Field (63,500) 

Founded: 1867 

President: David C. Hardesty 

Nickname: Mountaineers 

Conference: BIG EAST 

Playing Surface: Omni Turf 

FOOTBALL STAFF 

Head Coach: Don Nehlen 

Record at School: 137-72-4 (17 years) 

1996 Record: 8-4 

Coach's Phone: (304) 293-4194 

Alma Mater: Bowling Green, 1958 

Career Record: 174-107-8 (26 years) 

BIG EAST Record: 4-3 

BIG EAST Finish: T-3rd 

Assistant Coaches: Doc Holiday (Assistant Head 
Coach/WR); Steve Dunlap (Defensive 
Coordinator/ILB); Dan Simrell (Offensive 
Coordinator/QB); Tony Pierce (RB); Bill Kirelawich 
(DL); Bill Legg (0L-Interior); Dave McMichael (0L- 
Exterior); Jerry Holmes (DB); Donnie Young 
(Recruiting Coordinator/LB) 

PLAYER INFORMATION 

Lettermen Returning/Lost: 40/17 

Starters Returning/Lost: 15/12 

Offensive Starters Returning: 8 - WR David Saunders, 

T Sam Austin, T Solomon Page, G Steve Ford, G 

Bryan Pukenas, C Eric DeGroh, TE Chad Wable, RB 

Amos Zereoue 
Defensive Starters Returning: 5 - DE Bob Baum, DT 

Henry Slay, DT John Thornton, LB Jason Williams, 

CB Perlo Bastien 
Specialist Starters Returning: 2 - K Bryan Baumann, 

P/K Jay Taylor 

MEDIA RELATIONS STAFF 

Director: Shelly Poe 

Home Phone: (304) 599-7259 

Fax: (304) 293-2105 

Mailing Address: P.O. Box 0877, Morgantown, W.Va. 

26507 
Internet Address: http//www.msnsportsnet.com 
Office Phone: (304) 293-2821 
Assistant: John Antonik 
Press Box: (304) 293-3799 
Weekly Press Conference: Tuesday at 1:00 p.m. 

SERIES NOTES 

Series Record: Tied 16-16-2 
Series at Maryland: Maryland leads 9-7-1 
Series at West Virginia: West Virginia leads 9-7-1 
First Meeting: 1919, West Virginia, 27-0 
Last Terrapin Win at Maryland: 1995 (31-17) 
Last Terrapin Win at West Virginia: 1994 (24-13) 
Last Mountaineer Win at Maryland: 1993 (42-37) 
Last Mountaineer Win at West Virginia: 1996 (13-0) 
Current Series Streak: West Virginia has won 1 
Maryland's Largest Victory Margin: 47 (54-7, 1951) 
West Virginia's Largest Victory Margin: 31 (55-24, 
1988) 



October 1 1 

Byrd Stadium 
College Park, Md. 




Don Nehlen 




Amos Zereoue 



1997 

8/30 

9/6 

9/13 

9/27 

10/4 

10/11 

10/25 

11/1 

11/15 

11/22 

11/28 



SCHEDULE 

MARSHALL 

EAST CAROLINA 

at Boston College 

at Miami 

RUTGERS 

at Maryland 

VIRGINIA TECH 

at Syracuse 

TEMPLE 

at Notre Dame 

PITTSBURGH 



1996 RESULTS 

W at Pittsburgh 34-0 

W W. MICHIGAN 34-3 

W EAST CAROLINA 10-9 

W at Purdue 20-6 

W MARYLAND 13-0 

W BOSTON COLLEGE 34-17 

W at Temple 30-10 

L MIAMI 10-7 

L SYRACUSE 30-7 

W at Rutgers 55-14 

L at Virginia Tech 31-14 

L North Carolina* 20-13 

* Gator Bowl 



THE SERIES 

1919, away, 

1943, away, 

1944, home, 

1945, away, 

1947, home, 

1948, away, 

1949, home, 

1950, away, 

1951, home, 

1959, home, 

1960, away, 
1966, home, 

1969, away, 

1970, home, 
1973, home, 

1976, away, 

1977, home, 

1980, away, 

1981, home, 

1982, away, 

1983, home, 

1984, away, 

1985, home, 

1986, away, 

1987, home, 

1988, away, 

1989, home, 

1990, home, 

1991, away, 

1992, away, 

1993, home, 

1994, away, 

1995, home, 

1996, away, 



West Virginia, 0-27 
West Virginia, 2-6 
tie, 6-6 
tie, 13-13 
Maryland, 27-0 
West Virginia, 14-16 
Maryland, 47-7 
Maryland, 41-0 
Maryland, 54-7 
Maryland, 27-7 
Maryland, 31-8 
Maryland, 28-9 
West Virgina, 7-31 
West Virginia, 10-20 
West Virginia, 13-20 
Maryland, 24-3 
West Virginia, 16-24 
Maryland, 14-11 
West Virginia, 13-17 
West Virginia, 18-19 
West Virginia, 21-31 
Maryland, 20-17 
Maryland, 28-0 
Maryland, 24-3 
Maryland, 25-20 
West Virginia, 24-55 
West Virginia, 10-14 
Maryland, 14-10 
West Virginia, 7-37 
West Virginia, 33-34 
West Virginia, 37-42 
Maryland, 24-13 
Maryland, 31-17 
West Virginia, 0-13 



RETURNING STATISTICAL LEADERS 



Rushing 
Amos Zereoue 
Khari Mott 
Totals 
Opponent Totals 

Passing 
Marc Bulger 
Totals 
Opponent Totals 

Receiving 
David Saunders 
Shawn Foreman 

Tackles 
Henry Slay 
Mark Hadley 



Att 
222 
32 

471 
406 

Comp 
19 
186 
161 

Rec 

76 

25 

UA 
33 
36 



Yds 

1,035 

183 

1,582 

791 

Att 
42 
378 
374 



Avg 
4.7 
4.9 
3.4 
2.0 

Pet. 
.452 
.492 
.457 



TD 

9 

1 

13 

6 

Yds Int TD 

352 3 65 

2,310 9 15 

1,890 16 11 



Yds Avg TD 
1,043 13.7 5 
415 16.6 3 



AS 
28 
21 



Total TFL 
55 10 (-29) 
57 2 (-2) 



86 



TERRAPIN FOOTBALL 



Wake Forest University 



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GENERAL INFORMATION 

Location: Winston-Salem, N.C. 

Enrollment: 3,620 

Athletics Director: Ron Wellman 

Colors: Old Gold and Black 

Stadium (capacity): Groves Stadium (31,500) 

Founded: 1834 

President: Dr. Thomas K. Hearn Jr. 

Nickname: Demon Deacons 

Conference: Atlantic Coast 

Playing Surface: Natural Grass 

FOOTBALL STAFF 

Head Coach: Jim Caldwell 

Record at School: 9-35 (4 years) 

1996 Record: 3-8 

Coach's Phone: (910) 759-5631 

Alma Mater: Iowa, 1977 

Overall Record: 9-35 (4 years) 

ACC Record: 1-7 

ACC Finish: 8th 

Assistant Coaches: Jamie Barresi (Quarterbacks); 
James Bell (Defensive Coordinator/DB); George Belu 
(0L); Mel Foels (LB); Pat Flaherty (Special 
Teams/TE); Bobby Kennedy (WR); Theo Lemon (DL); 
Ray Rychleski (OLB); Hank Small (Offensive 
Coordinator/RB) 

PLAYER INFORMATION 

Lettermen Returning/Lost: 42/15 

Starters Returning/Lost: 18/5 

Offensive Starters Returning: 9 - WR Desmond Clark, 
WR Thabiti Davis, OT Jeff Flowe, C Chris Gaskell, RB 
Morgan Kane, QB Brian Kuklick, FB Wande' Shaw, OT 
Brian Wolverton, TE Joe Zelenka 

Defensive Starters Returning: 9 - DE Robert Fatzinger, 
DT Alijamont Joyner, LB Dustin Lyman, LB Jon 
Mannon, LB Kelvin Moses, DB Jeffrey Muyres, DE 
Fred Robbins. DB D' Angelo Solomon, OLB David 
Zadel 

MEDIA RELATIONS STAFF 

Director: John Justus 

Home Phone: (910) 722-1094 

Fax: (910) 759-5140 

Regular Mailing Address: P.O. Box 7426, Winston- 
Salem, N.C. 27109 

Overnight Mailing Address: 203 Athletic Center; 
Wingate Road, Winston-Salem, N.C. 27109 

Internet Address: www.wfu.edu/sports 

Office Phone: (910) 759-5640 

Assistant: Theresa Kelly Gegen 

Press Box: (910) 759-9969 

Weekly Press Conference: Wednesday at 12:20 p.m. 

SERIES NOTES 

Series Record: Maryland leads 33-11-1 

Series at Maryland: Maryland leads 16-6-0 

Series at Wake Forest: Maryland leads 17-5-1 

First Meeting: 1917, Maryland, 29-13 

Last Terrapin Win at Maryland: 1996 (52-0) 

Last Terrapin Win at Wake Forest: 1995 (9-6) 

Last Deacon Win at Maryland: 1992 (30-23) 

Last Deacon Win at Wake Forest: 1979 (25-17) 

Current Series Streak: Maryland has won 4 

Maryland's Largest Victory Margin: 52 (52-0, 1996) 

Wake Forest's Largest Victory Margin: 39 (39-0, 1944) 



October 18 

Groves Stadium 
Winston-Salem, N.C. 




Jim Caldwell 




Bobby Fatzinger 



1997 

9/6 

9/13 

9/20 

9/27 

10/4 

10/11 

10/18 

10/25 

11/1 

11/8 

11/15 



SCHEDULE 

NORTHWESTERN 

at East Carolina 

GEORGIA TECH 

N.C. STATE 

at Virginia 

at North Carolina 

MARYLAND 

at Duke 

CLEMSON 

at Rutgers 

at Florida State 



1996 RESULTS 

W Appalachian State 19-13 

W Northwestern 28-27 

L at Georgia Tech 30-10 

L VIRGINIA 42-7 

L at Clemson 21-10 

L NORTH CAROLINA 45-6 

L at Maryland 52-0 

L NAVY 47-18 

L FLORIDA STATE 44-7 

W DUKE 17-16 

L at N.C. State 37-22 



THE SERIES 

1917, home, 

1943, home, 

1944, away, 

1954, away, 

1955, home, 

1956, away, 

1957, home, 

1958, away, 

1959, home, 

1960, away, 

1961, home, 

1962, away, 

1963, away, 

1964, home, 

1965, away, 

1966, home, 

1967, away, 

1968, away, 

1969, away, 

1971, home, 

1972, home, 

1973, away, 

1974, home, 

1975, away, 

1976, home, 

1977, away, 

1978, home, 

1979, away, 

1980, home, 

1981, away, 

1982, home, 

1983, away, 

1984, home, 

1985, away, 

1986, home, 

1987, away, 

1988, home, 

1989, away, 

1990, home, 

1991, away, 

1992, home, 

1993, away, 

1994, home, 

1995, away, 

1996, home. 



Maryland, 29-13 
Maryland, 13-7 
Wake Forest, 0-39 
tie, 13-13 
Maryland, 28-7 
Maryland, 6-0 
Maryland, 27-0 
Wake Forest, 0-34 
Wake Forest, 7-10 
Maryland, 14-13 
Maryland, 10-7 
Maryland, 13-2 
Maryland, 32-0 
Wake Forest, 17-21 
Maryland, 10-7 
Maryland, 34-7 
Wake Forest, 17-35 
Wake Forest, 14-38 
Maryland, 19-14 
Wake Forest, 14-18 
Maryland, 23-0 
Maryland, 37-0 
Maryland, 47-0 
Maryland, 27-0 
Maryland, 17-15 
Maryland, 35-7 
Maryland, 39-0 
Wake Forest, 17-25 
Maryland, 11-10 
Maryland, 45-33 
Maryland, 52-31 
Maryland, 36-33 
Maryland, 38-17 
Maryland, 26-3 
Wake Forest, 21-27 
Maryland, 14-0 
Wake Forest, 24-27 
Maryland, 27-7 
Maryland, 41-13 
Maryland, 23-22 
Wake Forest, 23-30 
Maryland, 33-32 
Maryland, 31-7 
Maryland, 9-6 
Maryland, 52-0 



RETURNING STATISTICAL LEADERS 



Rushing 
Morgan Kane 
Wande Shaw 
Totals 
Opponent Totals 

Passing 
Brian Kuklick 
Totals 
Opponent Totals 

Receiving 
Desmond Clark 
Thabiti Davis 

Tackles 
Kelvin Moses 
Dustin Lyman 



Att 

135 

18 

344 

537 



Yds 

490 

45 

716 

3028 



Avg 
3.6 
2.5 
2.1 
5.2 



TD 

2 



4 

27 



Comp Att Pet. Yds Int TD 

205 396 51.8 2526 13 11 

223 441 50.6 2795 14 12 

190 330 57.6 2435 7 16 



Rec 

61 

60 

UA 
72 
39 



Yds Avg TD 
782 12.8 6 
792 13.2 3 



AS 
56 
40 



Total TFL 
128 10 (-36) 
79 3 (-14) 



TERRAPIN FOOTBALL 



87 



Qemson University 



fc 



GENERAL INFORMATION 

Location: Clemson, S.C. 

Enrollment: 16,327 

Athletics Director: Bobby Robinson 

Colors: Burnt Orange and Northwest Purple 

Stadium (capacity): Clemson Memorial Stadium (81,473) 

Founded: 1893 

President: Dr. Deno Curtis 

Nickname: Tigers 

Conference: Atlantic Coast 

Playing Surface: Natural Grass 

FOOTBALL STAFF 

Head Coach: Tommy West 

Record at School: 21-15 (3 years) 

1996 Record: 7-5 

Coach's Phone: (864) 656-1935 

Alma Mater: Tennessee, 1976 

Career Record: 25-22 (4 years) 

ACC Record: 6-2 

ACC Finish: T-2nd 

Assistant Coaches: Les Herrin (Assistant Head 
Coach/DL); Reggie Herring (Defensive 
Coordinator/ILB); David Bibee (OLB); Charlie 
Harbison (DB); Steve Ensminger (Offensive 
Coordinator/QB); Rick Stockstill (WR); Rich Bisaccia 
(Special Teams/RB); John Latina (OG/C); Mac 
McWhorter (OT/TE) 

PLAYER INFORMATION 

Lettermen Returning/Lost: 54/16 

Starters Returning/Lost: 14/8 

Offensive Starters Returning: 8 - QB Nealon Greene, TB 
Raymond Priester, SE Kenya Crooks, TE Lamont Hall, 
OT Holland Postell, OG Glenn Rountree, OG Matt 
Butler, OT Jim Bundren 

Defensive Starters Returning: 6 - LB Anthony 
Simmons, MG Raymond White, OLB Adrian Dingle, 
LB Mond Wilson, OLB Howard Bartley, SS Antwan 
Edwards 

MEDIA RELATIONS STAFF 

Director: Tim Bourret 

Home Phone: (864) 888-3490 

Fax: (864) 656-0299 

Regular Mailing Address: P.O. Box 632, Clemson, S.C. 

29633 
Overnight Mailing Address: Jervey Athletic Center, 100 

Perimeter Road, Clemson, S.C. 29634 
Internet Address: www.clemsontigers.com 
Office Phone: (864) 656-2114 
Assistant: Sam Blackman 
Press Box: (864) 654-3326 
Weekly Press Conference: Tuesday at 11:00 a.m. 

SERIES NOTES 

Series Record: Clemson leads 23-20-2 

Series at Maryland: Tied 9-9-1 

Series at Clemson: Clemson leads 13-10-0 

Neutral: Tied 1-1-1 

First Meeting: 1952, Maryland, 28-0 

Last Terrapin Win at Maryland: 1992 (53-23) 

Last Terrapin Win at Clemson: 1985 (34-31) 

Last Tiger Win at Maryland: 1995 (17-0) 

Last Tiger Win at Clemson: 1996 (35-3) 

Current Series Streak: Clemson has won 4 

Maryland's Largest Victory Margin: 41 (41-0, 1974) 

Clemson's Largest Victory Margin: 33 (40-7, 1991) 



October 25 

Byrd Stadium 
College Park, Md. 




Tommy West 




Raymond Priester 



1997 SCHEDULE 

9/6 APPALACHIAN STATE 

9/13 at N.C. State 

9/20 FLORIDA STATE 

9/27 at Georgia Tech 

10/4 TEXAS-EL PASO 

10/11 VIRGINIA 

10/25 at Maryland 

11/1 at Wake Forest 

11/8 DUKE 

11/15 NORTH CAROLINA 

11/22 at South Carolina 

1996 RESULTS 

L at North Carolina 45-0 

W FURMAN 19-3 

L at Missouri 38-24 

W WAKE FOREST 21-10 

L at Florida State 34-3 

W at Duke 13-6 

W GEORGIA TECH 28-25 

W MARYLAND 35-3 

W at Virginia 24-16 

W N.C. STATE 40-17 

L SOUTH CAROLINA 34-31 

L Louisiana State' 10-7 
* Peach Bowl 



THE SERIES 

1952, home, Maryland, 28-0 

1953, away, Maryland, 20-0 

1954, home, Maryland, 16-0 

1955, away, Maryland, 25-12 

1956, home, tie, 6-6 

1957, away, Clemson, 7-26 

1958, home, Clemson, 0-8 

1959, away, Maryland, 28-25 

1960, home, Maryland, 19-17 

1961, away, Maryland, 24-21 

1962, home, Clemson, 14-17 

1963, away, Clemson, 6-21 

1964, home, Maryland, 34-0 

1965, away, Maryland, 6-0 

1966, home, Clemson, 10-14 

1967, away, Clemson, 7-28 

1968, home, Clemson, 0-16 

1969, away, Clemson, 0-40 

1970, home, Clemson, 11-24 

1971, away, Clemson, 14-20 

1972, home, Maryland, 31-6 

1973, away, Maryland, 28-13 

1974, home, Maryland, 41-0 

1975, away, Maryland, 22-20 

1976, home, Maryland, 20-0 

1977, away, Maryland, 21-14 

1978, home, Clemson, 24-28 

1979, away, Maryland, 19-0 

1980, home, Maryland, 34-7 

1981, away, Clemson, 7-21 

1982, home, Clemson, 22-24 

1983, away, Clemson, 27-52 

1984, Memorial Stadium, Maryland, 41-23 

1985, away, Maryland, 34-31 

1986, Memorial Stadium, tie, 17-17 

1987, away, Clemson, 16-45 

1988, home, Clemson, 25-49 

1989, away, Clemson, 7-31 

1990, Memorial Stadium, Clemson, 17-18 

1991, away, Clemson, 7-40 

1992, home, Maryland, 53-23 

1993, away, Clemson, 0-29 

1994, away, Clemson, 0-13 

1995, home, Clemson, 0-17 

1996, away, Clemson, 3-35 

RETURNING STATISTICAL LEADERS 



Rushing 


Att 


Yds 


Avg 


TD 




Raymond Priester 


257 


1380 


5.2 


6 




Totals 


543 


2618 


4.4 


20 




Opponent Totals 


486 


2117 


3.4 


15 




Passing 


Comp 


Att 


Pet. 


Yds Int 


TD 


Nealon Greene 


111 


219 


50.7 


1446 8 


8 


Totals 


126 


244 


51.6 


1633 9 


8 


Opponent Totals 


170 


314 


54.1 


2395 7 


11 


Receiving 


Rec 




Yds 


Avg 


TD 


Kenya Crooks 


30 




444 


14.8 


2 


Tony Home 


20 




339 


17.0 


1 


Tackles 


UA 


AS 


Total TFL 




Mond Wilson 


48 


82 


130 


6 (- 24) 




Raymond White 


47 


47 


94 


6 (-24) 





88 



TERRAPIN FOOTBALL 



University of Virginia 



* 



GENERAL INFORMATION 

Location: Charlottesville, Va. 

Enrollment: 18,398 

Athletics Director: Terry Holland 

Colors: Orange and Blue 

Stadium (capacity): David A. Harrison III Field at 

Scott Stadium (40,000) 
Founded: 1819 

President: John T. Casteen III 
Nickname: Cavaliers 
Conference: Atlantic Coast 
Playing Surface: Natural grass 

FOOTBALL STAFF 

Head Coach: George Welsh 

Record at School: 105-68-3 (15 years) 

1996 Record: 7-5 

Coach's Phone: (804) 982-5900 

Alma Mater: Navy, 1956 

Career Record: 160-114-4 (24 years) 

ACC Record: 5-3 

ACC Finish: 4th 

Assistant Coaches: Rick Lantz (Defensive 
Coordinator/LB); Sparky Woods (Offensive 
Coordinator/QB); Art Markos (DB); Bob Petchel (DE); 
Andre' Powell (WR); Bob Price (RB); Paul Schudel 
(0L); David Turner (DT); Danny Wilmer (DT) 

PLAYER INFORMATION 

Lettermen Returning/Lost: 37/22 

Starters Returning/Lost: 9/15 

Offensive Starters Returning: 5 - WR Germane Crowell, 

WR Bryan Owen, 0T Doug Karczewski, OT Julius 

Williams, OG Trevor Barton 
Defensive Starters Returning: 4 - DT Tony Dingle, LB 

Wali Rainer, DB Stephen Phelan, DB Anthony 

Poindexter 

MEDIA RELATIONS STAFF 

Director: Rich Murray 

Home Phone: (804) 978-2966 

Fax: (804) 982-5525 

Regular Mailing Address: P.O. Box 3785, 

Charlottesville, Va. 22903 
Overnight Mailing Address: Onesty Hall, Corner of 

Massie & Alderman Rd., Charlottesville, Va. 22903 
Internet Address: www.virginiasports.com 
Office Phone: (804) 982-5500 
Assistant: Michael Colley 
Press Box: (804) 296-5910 
Weekly Press Conference: Monday at 12:00 p.m. 

SERIES NOTES 

Series Record: Maryland leads 37-22-2 

Series at Maryland: Maryland leads 17-8-2 

Series at Virginia: Maryland leads 19-13-0 

Neutral: Tied 1-1-0 

First Meeting: 1919, Maryland, 13-0 

Last Terrapin Win at Maryland: 1991 (17-6) 

Last Terrapin Win at Virginia: 1990 (35-30) 

Last Cavalier Win at Maryland: 1995 (21-18) 

Last Cavalier Win at Virginia: 1996 (21-3) 

Current Series Streak: Virginia has won 5 

Maryland's Largest Victory Margin: 43 (55-12, 1959) 

Virginia's Largest Victory Margin: 39 (39-0, 1943) 



November 1 

Byrd Stadium 
College Park, Md. 




George Welsh 




Anthony Poindexter 



1997 

9/4 

9/13 

9/27 

10/4 

10/11 

10/18 

10/25 

11/1 

11/8 

11/15 

11/29 



SCHEDULE 

AUBURN 
RICHMOND 
at North Carolina 
WAKE FOREST 
at Clemson 
DUKE 

FLORIDA STATE 
at Maryland 
GEORGIA TECH 
at NX. State 
VIRGINIA TECH 



1996 RESULTS 

W CENTRAL MICHIGAN55-21 

W 

W 

w 

L 



MARYLAND 

at Wake Forest 

TEXAS 

at Georgia Tech 



NX. STATE 
at Florida State 
at Duke 
CLEMSON 
NORTH CAROLINA 
at Virginia Tech 
Miami* 
Carquest Bowl 



21-3 

42-7 

37-13 

13-7 

62-14 

31-24 

27-3 

24-16 

20-17 

26-9 

31-21 



THE SERIES 

1919, away, Maryland, 13-0 1966, away, 

1925, away, Virginia, 0-6 1967, home, 

1926, home, tie, 6-6 1968, away, 

1927, away, Virginia, 0-21 1969, home, 

1928, home, Maryland, 18-2 1970, away, 

1929, home, tie, 13-13 1971, home, 

1930, away, Maryland, 14-6 1972, away, 

1931, home, Maryland, 7-6 1973, home, 

1932, away, Virginia, 6-7 1974, away, 

1933, away, Virginia, 0-6 1975, home, 

1934, home, Maryland, 20-0 1976, away, 

1935, away, Maryland, 14-7 1977, home, 

1936, away, Maryland, 21-0 1978, away, 

1937, away, Maryland, 3-0 1979, home, 

1938, home, Virginia, 19-27 1980, away, 

1939, away, Virginia, 7-12 1981, home, 

1940, home, Virginia, 6-19 1982, away, 

1942, away, Maryland, 27-12 1983, home, 

1943, away, Virginia, 0-39 1984, away, 

1944, Griffith Stadium, 1985, home, 
Virginia, 7-18 1986, away, 

1945, Griffith Stadium, 1987, home, 
Maryland, 19-13 1988, away, 

1957, home, Maryland, 12-0 1989, home, 

1958, away, Maryland, 44-6 1990, away, 

1959, home, Maryland, 55-12 1991, home, 

1960, away, Maryland, 44-12 1992, away, 

1961, away, Virginia, 16-28 1993, home, 

1962, home, Maryland, 40-18 1994, away, 

1963, home, Maryland, 21-6 1995, home, 

1964, away, Maryland, 10-0 1996, away, 

1965, home, Virginia, 27-33 

RETURNING STATISTICAL LEADERS 



Rushing 
Thomas Jones 



Att 
36 



Anthony Southern 44 
Totals 460 

Opponent Totals 449 



Yds 

212 

185 

2376 

1695 



Passing 
Aaron Brooks 
Totals 
Opponent Totals 



Comp Att 

37 89 

140 295 

182 341 



Avg 
5.7 
4.1 
4.6 
2.6 

Pet. 
.416 
.475 
.534 



Virginia, 17-41 
Virginia, 7-12 
Virginia, 23-28 
Maryland. 17-14 
Maryland. 17-14 
Virginia, 27-29 
Maryland, 24-23 
Maryland, 33-0 
Maryland, 10-0 
Maryland, 62-24 
Maryland, 28-0 
Maryland, 28-0 
Maryland, 17-7 
Maryland, 17-7 
Maryland, 31-0 
Maryland, 48-7 
Maryland, 45-14 
Maryland, 23-3 
Maryland, 45-34 
Maryland, 33-21 
Maryland, 42-10 
Maryland, 21-19 
Virginia, 23-24 
Virginia, 21-48 
Maryland, 35-30 
Maryland, 17-6 
Virginia, 15-28 
Virginia, 29-43 
Virginia, 21-46 
Virginia, 18-21 
Virginia, 3-21 



TD 

3 



23 

10 



Yds 
517 
2099 
2063 



Int TD 

7 1 

18 5 

20 10 



Receiving Rec 

Germaine Crowell 33 
Bryan Owen 22 



Yds Avg TD 
687 20.8 3 
390 17.7 2 



Tackles UA AS Total TFL 

Anthony Poindexter 39 59 98 3 (-11) 

Walt Rainer 38 28 66 5 (-25) 



TERRAPIN FOOTBALL 



89 



North Carolina State 



<$* 



GENERAL INFORMATION 

Location: Raleigh, N.C. 

Enrollment: 27,169 

Athletics Director: Les Robinson 

Colors: Red and White 

Stadium (capacity): Carter-Finley (59,000) 

Founded: 1887 

President: Dr. Larry K. Monteith 

Nickname: Wolfpack 

Conference: Atlantic Coast 

Playing Surface: Natural Grass 

FOOTBALL STAFF 

Head Coach: Mike O'Cain 

Record at School: 22-24 (4 years) 

1996 Record: 3-8 

Coach's Phone: (919) 515-2114 

Alma Mater: Clemson, 1977 

Career Record: 22-24 (4 years) 

ACC Record: 3-5 

ACC Finish: T-6th 

Assistant Coaches: Jimmy Kiser (Offensive 
Coordinator/QB and WR); Kent Briggs (Co- 
Defensive Coordinator/DB); Jeff Snipes (Co- 
Defensive Coordinator/DE); Robbie Caldwell 
(Assistant Head Coach/OL); Kenny PhilUps (DT); 
Joe Pate (LB); Ken Pettus (Administration and 
Special Teams); Dick Portee (RB); Brette Simmons 
(Recruiting Coordinator/TE) 

PLAYER INFORMATION 

Lettermen Returning/Lost: 54/13 

Starters Returning/ Lost: 18/7 

Offensive Starters Returning: 8 - QB Jamie Barnette, G 
Lonnie Gilbert, WR Terry Holt, C Seamus Murphy, 0T 
Ian Rafferty, G Alex Santos, TB Tremayne Stephens, 
TE Mark Thomas 

Defensive Starters Returning: 10 - LB Morocco Brown, 
LB Kit Carpenter, DE Brad Collins, LB Duan Everett, 
DT Lateef Patterson, CB Rodney Redd, CB Hassan 
Shamsid-Deen, DE Clayton Simon, DT George 
Williams, SS Damon Wyche 

MEDIA RELATIONS STAFF 

Interim Director: Joan von Thron 

Fax: (919) 515-2898 

Regular Mailing Address: Box 8501, Raleigh, N.C. 

27695-8501 
Overnight Mailing Address: 113 Reynolds Coliseum, 

Cates Avenue, Raleigh N.C. 27695-8501 
Internet Address: www.ncsu.edu/athletics 
Office Phone: (919) 515-2102 
Press Box: (919) 515-3393 
Weekly Press Conference: Monday at 2:00 p.m. 

SERIES NOTES 

Series Record: Tied 24-24-4 

Series at Maryland: Maryland leads 12-10-2 

Series at NC State: Tied 12-12-1 

Neutral: NC State leads 2-0-1 

First Meeting: 1917, NC State, 10-6 

Last Terrapin Win at Maryland: 1990 (13-12) 

Last Terrapin Win at NC State: 1995 (30-13) 

Last Wolfpack Win at Maryland: 1996 (34-8) 

Last Wolfpack Win at NC State: 1993 (44-21) 

Current Series Streak: NC State has won 1 

Maryland's Largest Victory Margin: 53 (53-0, 1951) 

NC State's Largest Victory Margin: 35 (48-13, 1957) 



November 8 

Carter-Finley Stadium 
Raleigh, N.C. 




Mike O'Cain 




Tremayne Stephens 



1997 SCHEDULE 

8/30 at Syracuse 

9/6 at Duke 

9/13 CLEMSON 

9/20 NORTHERN ILLINOIS 

9/27 at Wake Forest 

10/11 at Georgia Tech 

10/18 NORTH CAROLINA 

11/1 at Florida State 

11/8 MARYLAND 

11/15 VIRGINIA 

11/22 EAST CAROLINA 



1996 RESULTS 



L 
L 
L 
W 
L 
L 
L 
W 
L 
W 
L 



GEORGIA TECH 

FLORIDA STATE 

at Purdue 

at Maryland 

ALABAMA 

at Virginia 

at North Carolina 

DUKE 

at Clemson 

WAKE FOREST 

EAST CAROLINA 



28-16 

51-17 

42-21 

34-8 

24-19 

62-14 

52-20 

44-22 

40-17 

37-22 

50-29 



THE SERIES 

1917, Washington, D.C., NC State, 6-10 

1921, Baltimore Stadium, tie, 6-6 

1922, away, Maryland, 7-6 

1923, away, Maryland, 26-12 

1924, home, tie, 0-0 

1946, away, NC State, 7-28 

1947, home, tie, 0-0 

1949, away, Maryland, 14-6 

1950, home, NC State, 13-16 

1951, home, Maryland, 53-0 
1954, away, Maryland, 42-14 

1956, away, Maryland, 25-14 

1957, home, NC State, 13-48 

1958, away, Maryland, 21-6 

1959, home, Maryland, 33-28 

1960, away, NC State, 10-13 

1961, home, Maryland, 10-7 

1962, away, Maryland, 14-6 

1963, home, NC State, 14-36 

1964, away, NC State, 13-14 

1965, home, NC State, 7-29 

1966, away, NC State, 21-24 

1967, home, NC State, 9-31 

1968, away, NC State, 11-31 

1969, home, NC State, 7-24 

1970, Norfolk, NC State, 0-6 

1971, home, Maryland, 35-7 

1972, away, tie, 24-24 

1973, away, NC State, 22-24 

1974, home, Maryland, 20-10 

1975, home, Maryland, 37-22 

1976, away, Maryland, 16-6 

1977, away, NC State, 20-24 

1978, home, Maryland, 31-7 

1979, away, NC State, 0-7 

1980, home, Maryland, 24-0 

1981, away, Maryland, 34-9 

1982, home, Maryland, 23-6 

1983, away, Maryland, 29-6 

1984, home, Maryland, 44-21 

1985, away, Maryland, 31-17 

1986, home, NC State, 16-28 

1987, away, NC State, 14-42 

1988, home, Maryland, 30-26 

1989, away, NC State, 6-10 

1990, home, Maryland, 13-12 

1991, away, NC State, 17-20 

1992, home, NC State, 10-14 

1993, away, NC State, 21-44 

1994, home, NC State, 45-47 

1995, away, Maryland, 30-13 

1996, home, NC State, 8-34 



RETURNING STATISTICAL LEADERS 



Rushing Att 

Tremayne Stephens 165 
Carlos King 50 

Totals 454 

Opponent Totals 509 



Passing 

Jamie Barnette 
Totals 
Opponent Totals 

Receiving 
Torry Holt 
Chris Coleman 

Tackles 

Morocco Brown 
Duan Everett 



Comp 
102 
157 
166 

Rec 

24 
15 

UA 
72 
58 



Yds 

771 

227 

1540 

2501 

Att 
226 
336 
301 

Yds 
415 
284 



Avg 
4.7 
4.5 
3.4 
4.9 

Pet. 
.451 
.464 
.551 



TD 

5 

3 

15 

25 

Yds Int 

1594 6 

2344 10 

2205 9 



TD 
9 

12 
20 



AS 
36 
34 



Avg TD 

17.3 3 

18.9 1 

Total TFL 

108 6 (-26) 

92 8 (-26) 



90 



TERRAPIN FOOTBALL 



Georgia Tech 




GENERAL INFORMATION 

Location: Atlanta, Ga. 

Enrollment: 13,000 

Athletics Director: Dave Braine 

Colors: Old Gold and White 

Stadium (capacity): Bobby Dodd Stadium/Grant Field 

(46,000) 
Founded: 1885 

President: Dr. G. Wayne Clough 
Nickname: Yellow Jackets, Rambling Wreck 
Conference: Atlantic Coast 
Playing Surface: Natural Grass 

FOOTBALL STAFF 

Head Coach: George 0' Leary 

Record at School: 11-14 (2 years) 

1996 Record: 5-6 

Coach's Phone: (404) 894-5420 

Alma Mater: New Hampshire, 1968 

Career Record: 11-14 (2 years) 

ACC Record: 5-6 

ACC Finish: 5th 

Assistant Coaches: John Anselmo (DB); Bob Casullo 
(Special Teams/RB); Ralph Friedgen (Offensive 
Coordinator/QB); Stan Hixon (WR); Dan Huxtable 
(Defensive Coordinator/ILB); Doug Marrone (TE); 
Larry New (Assistant Head Coach/DL); Lance 
Thompson (Recruiting Coordinator/OLB); Eddie 
Wilson (TE) 

PLAYER INFORMATION 

Lettermen Returning/Lost: 40/16 

Starters Returning/Lost: 14/9 

Offensive Starters Returning: 7 - G Ken Celaj, QB Joe 
Hamilton, SE Harvey Middleton, C Craig Page, FL 
Mike Sheridan, FL Derrick Steagall, FB Charles Wiley 

Defensive Starters Returning: 7 - ILB Keith Brooking, 
DT Derrick Shepard, ILB Ron Rogers, DE Ralph 
Hughes, FS Brian Wilkins, NG Patrick Bradford, CB 
Jason Bostic 

MEDIA RELATIONS STAFF 

Director: Mike Finn 

Home Phone: (770) 938-9910 

Fax: (404) 894-1248 

Overnight & Regular Mailing Address: 150 Bobby Dodd 

Way, N.W., Atlanta, Ga. 30332-0455 
Internet Address: www.gatech.edu 
Office Phone: (404) 894-5445 
Assistant: Mike Stamus 
Press Box: (404) 894-1204 
Weekly Press Conference: Tuesday at 11:30 a.m. 



November 22 

Bobby Dodd Stadium 
Atlanta, Ga. 




George O'Leary 









W 








WrttM 



Harvey Middleton 



1997 

9/6 

9/20 

9/27 

10/4 

10/11 

10/18 

10/30 

11/8 

11/15 

11/22 

11/29 



SCHEDULE 

at Notre Dame 

at Wake Forest 

CLEMSON 

at Boston College 

NX. State 

at Florida State 

NORTH CAROLINA 

at Virginia 

at Duke 

MARYLAND 

GEORGIA 



1996 RESULTS 



W 
W 
L 
W 

v: 

L 
W 
L 
L 
L 
L 



at NX. State 

WAKE FOREST 

at North Carolina 

DUKE 

VIRGINIA 

at Clemson 

C. FLORIDA 

FLORIDA STATE 

at Maryland 

NAVY 

at Georgia 



28-16 

30-10 

16-0 

48-22 

13-7 

28-25 

27-20 

49-3 

13-10 

36-26 

19-10 



SERIES NOTES 

Series Record: Georgia Tech leads 6-3 

Series at Maryland: Maryland leads 3-2 

Series at Georgia Tech: Georgia Tech leads 4-0 

First Meeting: 1988, Maryland, 13-8 

Last Terrapin Win at Maryland: 1996 (13-10) 

Last Terrapin Win at Georgia Tech: None 

Last Yellow Jacket Win at Maryland: 1992 (28-26) 

Last Yellow Jacket Win at Georgia Tech: 1995 (31-3) 

Current Series Streak: Maryland has won 1 

Maryland's Largest Victory Margin: 15 (42-27, 1994) 

Georgia Tech's Largest Victory Margin: 38 (38-0, 1993) 



THE SERIES 

1988, home, 

1989, away, 

1990, home, 

1991, away, 

1992, home, 

1993, away, 

1994, home, 

1995, away, 

1996, home, 



Maryland, 13-8 
Georgia Tech, 24-28 
Georgia Tech, 3-31 
Georgia Tech, 10-34 
Georgia Tech, 26-28 
Georgia Tech, 0-38 
Maryland, 42-27 
Georgia Tech, 3-31 
Maryland, 13-10 



RETURNING STATISTICAL LEADERS 



Rushing 
C.J. Williams 
Charlie Rogers 
Totals 
Opponent Totals 

Passing 

Joe Hamilton 

Totals 

Opponent Totals 

Receiving 
Harvey Middleton 
Mike Sheridan 

Tackles 

Keith Brooking 

Ron Rogers 



Att 
174 
115 
499 

412 



Yds 

721 

567 

2153 

1989 



Avg 
3.8 
4.8 
3.6 
4.0 



TD 

7 
2 
12 

13 



Comp Att Pet. Yds Int TD 

108 188 .574 1342 13 7 

144 262 .550 1862 16 9 

177 312 .567 2197 13 12 



Rec 

64 

28 

UA 
92 
67 



Yds 
804 
461 

AS 
55 
45 



Avg TD 

12.6 3 

16.5 2 

Total TFL 

147 4 (-13) 

112 5 (-21) 



TERRAPIN FOOTBALL 



91 



1996 Team Statistics 




RECORD: 5-6-0 (3-5-0 ACQ 



GAME SUMMARY 








DATE 


OPPONENT 




(ATT.) 


SCORE 


08-31 


vs Northern Illinois 




32,517 


30-6 


09-07 


vs Ala. -Birmingham 




30,057 


39-15 


09-14 


at Virginia 




39,200 


3-21 


09-28 


at West Virginia 




54,542 


0-13 


10-05 


vs NC State 




32,550 


8-34 


10-12 


at North Carolina 




47,000 


7-38 


10-19 


vs Wake Forest 




30,212 


52-0 


10-26 


at Duke 




18,751 


22-19 


11-02 


at Clemson 




60,000 


3-35 


11-14 


vs Georgia Tech 




22,510 


13-10 


11-23 


* Florida State 




31,989 


10-48 


* neutral site (Pro Player Stadiu 


m, Ft. Lauderdale 


Fla) 


TEAM STATISTICS 


Maryland 


OPP 


Total First Downs 


158 




187 


First Downs-Rushing 


80 




78 


First Downs-Passing 


70 




95 


First Downs-Penalty 


8 




14 


Rushing 


Att-Yds 


477-1490 


465-1549 


Rushing 


Yards per Game 


135.5 




140.8 


Pass Comp-Att-Int 


129-267 


-12 


159-298-16 


Passing 


lards 


1485 




1971 


Passing Yards per Game 


135. C 




179.2 


Punting 


Number-Yds-Avg 


'6-2682- 


35.3 


70-2662-38.0 


Fumbles-Lost 


16-7 




24-13 


Penalties-Yds 


69-608 


61-535 


Sacks B^ 


-Yds Lost 


34-234 


35-281 


Third Down Conversions 


45-172 


59-175 


Third Down Conversion Pet. 


.262 




.337 


Fourth Down Conversions 


10-19 




12-15 


Fourth Down Conversion Pet. 


.526 




.800 


Avg. Time of Possession 


28:52 




31:08 



SCORING BY QUARTERS 1st 2nd 3rd 4th O/T TOT AVG 

Maryland 37 64 29 57 187 17.0 

Opponents 55 71 58 55 239 21.7 




Brian Cummings has made his mark as a winner and he looks to continue 
at quarterback as a senior. 




Eric Barton's enthusiasm and ability will start and end many defensive stands this 
season. 



TERRAPIN FOOTBALL 



93 



1996 Individual Statistics 



iff 



RUSHING 




G 




ATT 


GAIN 




LOSS 


NET 


AVG 




PG 


TD 


LP 




Underwood, Brian 




11 




97 




505 




56 


449 


4.6 




i0.8 


1 


32 




Rodgers, Buddy 




9 




100 




463 




16 


447 


4.5 




49.7 


5 


39 




Westley, Harold 




11 




116 




482 




61 


421 


3.6 




38.3 


2 


39 




Crosby, Clifton 




11 




26 




177 




4 


173 


6.7 




15.7 


1 


25 




Simon, Geroy 




11 




8 




90 




20 


70 


8.8 




6.4 


1 


60 




Rodgers, Kenny 




8 




16 




46 




5 


41 


2.6 




5.1 





11 




Chavez, Mario 




11 




5 




30 







30 


6.0 




2.7 





14 




Edwards, Russell 




11 




3 




32 




3 


29 


9.7 




2.6 





18 




Russell, Keon 




3 




12 




48 




23 


25 


2.1 




8.3 





12 




James, Bruce 




11 




2 




22 







22 


11.0 




2.0 





19 




Ogle, Kendall 




11 




5 




2 







2 


0.4 




0.2 


1 


1 




Johnson, Mancel 




10 




1 




2 







2 


2.0 




0.2 





2 




Team 




11 




3 









7 


-7 


-2.3 




-0.6 










Walton, Kendrick 




9 




2 









10 


-10 


-5.0 




-1.1 










Mastrole, Ken 




8 




17 




17 




89 


-72 


-4.2 




-9.0 





6 




Cummings, Brian 




9 




64 




147 




279 


-132 


-2.1 


" 


14.7 


2 


30 




MARYLAND 




11 




477 


2063 




573 


1490 


3.1 


135.5 


13 


60 




OPPONENTS 




11 




465 


1941 




392 


1549 


3.3 


140.8 


16 






PASSING 


G 


ATT 


CMP 


INT 


PCT 


YDS 


YDS/G 


RTNG 


TD 


LP 










Cummings, Brian 


9 




173 


92 


9 


.532 


1127 


125.2 


110.8 


7 


48 










Mastrole, Ken 


8 




89 


36 


3 


.404 


354 


44.3 


70.8 


1 


52 










Russell, Keon 


3 




2 


1 





.500 


4 


1.3 


66.8 





4 










Underwood, Brian 
Edwards, Russell 
Simon, Geroy 


11 
11 




1 
\ 












.000 
.000 







0.0 
0.0 
0.0 


0.0 
0.0 




o 















11 




1 


.000 


0.0 









? A 




MARYLAND 


11 


267 


129 


12 


.483 


1485 


135.0 


95.9 


8 


52 


OPPONENTS 


11 


298 


159 


16 


.534 


1971 


179.2 


111.5 


12 








t ' Vp^ 
































t*% 




RECEIVING 


G 


REC 


YDS 


AVG 




YDS/G 


C/G 


TD 




LP 








ir*- a 


Simon, Geroy 


11 




35 


534 


15.3 




48.5 


3.2 


3 




52 








£>J 


James, Bruce 


11 




21 


170 


8.1 




15.5 


1.9 







26 






i* •*• ^ 


■£>{^M 


Johnson, Mancel 


10 




13 


189 


14.5 




18.9 


1.3 


1 




46 




l^k>-^ 


'*%L*' 


£&■ 


Davidson, Troy 


10 




13 


177 


13.6 




17.7 


1.3 


1 




37 






rV 


Williams, Walt 


11 




12 


131 


10.9 




11.9 


1.1 







39 






ym 


w£* 


Underwood, Brian 


11 




11 


116 


10.6 




10.5 


1.0 


1 




48 






m 


LE~ 


Rodgers, Buddy 


9 




7 


53 


7.6 




5.9 


0.8 


1 




19 






^^^i 


^ 


Walton, Kendrick 


9 




7 


51 


7.3 




5.7 


0.8 


1 




12 








i 


Westley, Harold 


11 




6 


50 


8.3 




4.5 


0.5 







42 








■ 


Fitzgerald, Craig 


11 




2 


8 


4.0 




0.7 


0.2 







4 






J 




Chavez, Mario 


11 




1 


6 


6.0 




0.5 


0.1 







1 






< i 


s * 


Crosby, Clifton 


11 




1 





0.0 




0.0 


0.1 














H 


& 


MARYLAND 


11 


129 


1485 


11.5 




135.0 


11.7 


8 




52 


OPPONENTS 


11 


159 


1971 


12.4 




179.2 


14.5 


12 










W 


^L*. 



Russ Edwards gets his kicks as 
Maryland's starting punter. 



94 



TERRAPIN FOOTBALL 



1996 All-Purpose Statistics 




TOTAL OFFENSE G PLAY 

Cummings, Brian 9 237 

Rodgers, Buddy 9 100 

Underwood, Brian 11 98 

Westley, Harold 11 116 

Mastrole, Ken 8 106 

Crosby, Clifton 11 26 

Russell, Keon 3 14 

Simon, Geroy 11 9 

Rodgers, Kenny 8 16 

Chavez, Mario 1 1 5 

Edwards, Russell 11 4 

James, Bruce 11 2 

Johnson, Mancel 10 1 

Ogle, Kendall 11 5 

Team 11 3 

Walton, Kendrick 9 2 



RUSH PASS TOTAL AVG 

-132 1127 995 110.6 

447 447 49.7 

449 449 40.8 

421 421 38.3 

-72 354 282 35.3 

173 173 15.7 

25 4 29 9.7 

70 70 6.4 

41 41 5.1 

30 30 2.7 

29 29 2.6 

22 22 2.0 

2 2 0.2 

2 2 0.2 

-7 -7 -0.6 

-10 -10 -1.1 



MARYLAND 11 748 1490 

OPPONENTS 11 763 1549 



1485 2975 270.5 
1971 3520 320.0 



SCORING TD XP 2PT DXP SAF FG PTS 

O'Donnell, Joe 15-17 0-0 0-0 11-15 48 

Rodgers, Buddy 6 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 36 

Simon, Geroy 4 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-0 26 

Underwood, Brian 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 12 

Cummings, Brian 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 12 

Westley, Harold 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 12 

Cowsette, Delbert 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 6 

Walton, Kendrick 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 6 

Davidson, Troy 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 6 

Ogle, Kendall 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 6 

Crosby, Clifton 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 6 

Johnson, Mancel 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 6 

Brown, Tim 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-0 2 

Rogers, Kenny 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-0 2 

Rhodes, Brad 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 



MARYLAND 
OPPONENTS 



22 16-18 
30 26-27 



3-4 
1-3 



0-0 
1-1 



11-15 
9-15 



187 
239 



PUNTING 


G 


NO 


YDS 


AVG 


LP 


BLK 


Edwards, Russell 


11 


73 


2663 


36.5 


76 


1 


Team 


11 


3 


19 


6.3 


15 





MARYLAND 


11 


76 


2682 


35.3 


76 


1 


OPPONENTS 


11 


70 


2662 


38.0 




1 


PUNT RETURNS 


G 


NO 


YDS 


AVG 


TD 


LP 


Ogbogu, Eric 


11 


1 


35 


35.0 





35 


Johnson, Andreal 


11 


2 


31 


15.5 





19 


Gick, Ryan 




1 


13 


13.0 





13 


Strozier, Orlando 


11 


8 


88 


11.0 





21 


Simon, Geroy 


11 


14 


147 


10.5 





23 


MARYLAND 


11 


26 


314 


12.1 





35 


OPPONENTS 


11 


26 


154 


5.9 







KICK0FF RETURNS G 


NO 


YDS 


AVG 


TD 


LP 


Westley, Harold 


11 


4 


96 


24.0 





27 


Scott, Chad 


11 


23 


534 


23.2 





55 


Gore, Lamont 




3 


58 


19.3 





21 


Crosby, Clifton 


11 


2 


34 


17.0 





18 


Sanders, Lewis 


11 


2 


14 


7.0 





14 


MARYLAND 


11 


34 


736 


21.6 





55 


OPPONENTS 


11 


30 


594 


19.8 









Ken Mastrole became the first freshman to start at quarterback when he took the field 
versus West Virginia in 1996. 



INTERCEPTIONS 


G 


NO 


YDS 


AVG 


TD 


LP 


Scott, Chad 


11 


5 


14 


2.8 





14 


Johnson, Andreal 


11 


3 


3 


1.0 





2 


Strozier, Orlando 


11 


3 


23 


7.7 





17 


Smith, Rashad 


7 


1 


1 


1.0 





1 


Thomas, Ratcliff 


9 


1 


20 


20.0 





20 


Gore, Lamont 


9 


1 


12 


12.0 





12 


Baker, Henry 


11 


1 





0.0 








MARYLAND 


11 


15 


73 


4.9 





20 


OPPONENTS 


11 


12 


77 


6.4 


2 




MISCELLANEOUS YARDS 


(Blocked 


FGs and Fumbles 


Advanced) 


PLAYER 


G 


ATT 


YDS 


AVG 


PG 


TD 


Cowsette, Delbert 


11 


1 


49 


49.0 


4.5 


1 


MARYLAND 


11 


1 


49 


49.0 


4.5 


1 


OPPONENTS 


11 








0.0 


0.0 






TERRAPIN FOOTBALL 



95 



1996 Defensive Statistics 





Delbert Cowsette earned Atlantic Coast Conference Player of the Week honors for his 
performance versus Alabama-Birmingham in 1996. 



Clifton Crosby will take his talents to the defensive side of the football as a defensive 
back in 1997. 



DEFENSIVE LEADERS 


GP 


SOLO 


AST 


TOT 


TFL-YDS 


SACK-YDS 


PBU 


FC 


FR 


Barton, Eric 


11 


57 


49 


106 


6-13 


2.0-17 


2 





1 


Thomas, Ratcliff 


9 


44 


37 


81 


7-21 


3.0-19 


4 





1 


Ogle, Kendall 


11 


48 


27 


75 


3-5 


1.0-6 


2 








Hicks, Johnnie 


10 


29 


38 


67 


7-8 


1.0-8 


2 


1 





Ogbogu, Eric 


11 


44 


20 


64 


15-32 


7.0-39 








1 


Scott, Chad 


11 


37 


23 


60 


5-5 


3.0-22 


8 








Johnson, Andreal 


11 


34 


24 


58 


3-3 


2.0-22 


7 


1 





Watson, Tim 


11 


25 


32 


57 


7-21 


3.0-14 








1 


Gore, Lamont 


10 


22 


26 


48 


2-7 


0.0-0 


2 


1 


1 


Hicks, Eric 


11 


29 


14 


43 


15-39 


4.0-28 








2 


Hentz, Andre 


11 


19 


23 


42 


0-0 


0.0-0 


3 


1 


1 


Cowsette, Delbert 


11 


17 


23 


40 


4-2 


2.0-15 








1 


Wallace, Al 


11 


33 


7 


40 


13-35 


4.0-26 


1 





1 


Baker, Henry 


11 


13 


13 


26 


1-2 


0.0-0 


1 








Timmins, Peter 


11 


14 


11 


25 


2-3 


1.0-3 


1 








White, Brett 


11 


16 


8 


24 


4-1 


3.0-26 


1 


1 





Jackson, Paul 


11 


9 


5 


14 


0-0 


0.0-0 


2 








Wu, Jamieson 


6 


5 


3 


8 


1-2 


0.0-0 











Sanders, Lewis 


11 


4 


2 


6 


1-0 


1.0-4 


1 





1 


Olivares, Ramon 


2 


2 


3 


5 


0-0 


0.0-0 


1 








Strozier, Orlando 


11 


3 


2 


5 


0-0 


0.0-0 


1 








Calendine, Eric 


5 


1 


2 


3 


0-0 


0.0-0 











Smith, Rashad 


7 


1 


2 


3 


0-0 


0.0-0 











Hesprich, Rhett 


8 


2 


1 


3 


0-0 


0.0-0 











Brown, Jason 


3 


2 





2 


0-0 


0.0-0 











Washington, Lynde 


10 


1 


1 


2 


0-0 


0.0-0 











Lyght, Erwyn 


10 





1 


1 


0-0 


0.0-0 











Grier, Ernest 


9 


1 





1 


0-0 


0.0-0 












96 



TERRAPIN FOOTBALL 



1996 Superlatives 





Most Rushing Attempts: 
Most Rushing Yards: 
Longest Run from Scrimmage: 
Most Rushing Touchdowns: 
Longest Touchdown Run: 



31 

176 

60 

2 

60 



Buddy Rodgers 
Buddy Rodgers 
Geroy Simon 
Buddy Rodgers 
Geroy Simon 



Most Pass Attempts: 
Most Pass Completions: 
Most Passing Yards: 
Most Passing Touchdowns: 
Most Receptions: 



29 

21 

224 

3 

'i 



Brian Cummings 
Brian Cummings 
Brian Cummings 
Brian Cummings 
Geroy Simon 



Most Yards Receiving: 
Longest Pass Reception: 
Most Touchdown Receptions: 
Longest Touchdown Reception: 
Most Total Touchdowns Scored: 



136 Geroy Simon 

52 Mastrole to Simon 

1 eight times 

46 Mancel Johnson 

3 Buddy Rodgers 



Most Yards Total Offense: 
Most Points Scored: 
Most Points Scored Kicking: 
Longest Field Goal: 
Longest Punt Return: 



236 

18 

9 

45 

35 



Brian Cummings 
Buddy Rodgers 
Joe O'Donnell 
Joe O'Donnell 
Eric Ogbogu 



Jamieson Wu will have his sights set on 
lushing upfield as an offensive lineman 
this season. 



Most Interceptions: 
Most Punts: 
Longest Punt: 
Best Punting Average: 



2 

9 

76 

43.0 



three times 
Russell Edwards 
Russell Edwards 
Russell Edwards 



Rushing Attempts: 
Rushing Yards: 
Pass Attempts: 
Pass Completions: 
Passing Yards: 



56 

248 

47 

28 

401 



vs. NC State 
at Clemson 
vs. Wake Forest 
at North Carolina 
at North Carolina 



19 

16 

16 

5 

60 



at Duke 
at Duke 

at North Carolina 
vs. Ala. -Birmingham 

at North Carolina 



vs. 



vs. Georgia Tech 

vs. Georgia Tech 

vs. Wake Forest 

vs. Wake Forest 

Ala. -Birmingham 



vs. Ala. 



Birmingham 
vs. NC State 



vs. Wake Forest 
vs. Ala. -Birmingham 



vs. Georgia Tech 
Ala. -Birmingham 

at Duke 
at Virginia 

at Duke 



Longest Kickoff Return: 


55 


Chad Scott 


vs. Florida State 


Longest Fumble Return: 


49 


Delbert Cowsette 


vs. Northern Illinois 


Longest Interception Return: 


20 


Ratcliff Thomas 


at Duke 


Most Total Tackles: 


14 


Eric Barton 


at Duke 



at Virginia 
at Virginia 
at Virginia 



Maryland Team Offense 










Team Offense 


HIGH 


OPPONENT 


LOW 


OPPONENT 


Points Scored: 


52 


vs. Wake Forest 





at West Virginia 


First Downs: 


29 


vs. Wake Forest 


5 


at West Virginia 


By Rush: 


18 


vs. Wake Forest 


1 


at West Virginia 


By Pass: 


11 


vs. Georgia Tech 


3 


at Clemson 


By Penalty: 


2 


three times 





six times 


Rushing Attempts: 


65 


vs. Wake Forest 


20 


at North Carolina 


Rushing Yards: 


355 


vs. Wake Forest 


-8 


vs. Florida State 


Pass Attempts: 


32 


at West Virginia 


13 


at Clemson 


Pass Completions: 


21 


vs. Georgia Tech 


5 


at Clemson 


Passing Yards: 


234 


vs. Wake Forest 


48 


at Clemson 


Passes Intercepted: 


4 


vs. Wake Forest 





four times 


Fumbles Lost: 


2 


vs. Georgia Tech 





four times 


Total Offensive Plays: 


96 


vs. Wake Forest 


49 


at North Carolina 


Total Net Yards: 


589 


vs. Wake Forest 


62 


at West Virginia 


Penalties: 


10 


two times 


2 


two times 


Penalty Yards: 


86 


vs. NC State 


20 


at West Virginia 


Points Scored: 


48 


vs. Florida State 





vs. Wake Forest 


First Downs: 


30 


vs. Florida State 


10 


three times 


By Rush: 


19 


vs. Georgia Tech 





vs. Wake Forest 


By Pass: 


19 


vs. North Carolina 


3 


at West Virginia 


By Penalty: 


15 


vs. Georgia Tech 





two times 



vs. Wake Forest 

vs. Wake Forest 

at Clemson 

at Virginia 

at Virginia 



Had Intercepted: 
Fumbles Lost: 
Total Offenive Plays: 
Total Net Yards: 
Penalties: 
Penalty Yards: 



3 

3 

89 

551 

9 

94 



three times 
vs. Ala. -Birmingham 
at North Carolina 
at North Carolina 
vs. Wake Forest 
at West Virginia 







57 

189 

3 

15 



two times 

four times 

vs. Ala. -Birmingham 

vs. Wake Forest 

three times 

at Virginia 



TERRAPIN FOOTBALL 



97 



1996 Starters 




Offense 

Opponent 



TE/WR* RT 



LG 



RG 



LT 



WR 



WR 



QB 



RB 



FB/WR* 



Ala. -Birmingham 

N. Illinois 

at Virginia 

at West Virginia 

NC State 

at North Carolina 

Wake Forest 

at Clemson 

at Duke 

Georgia Tech 

Florida State 



Fitzgerald 

Fitzgerald 

Brown 

Brown 

Fitzgerald 

Fitzgerald 

Fitzgerald 

Fitzgerald 

Fitzgerald 

Walton* 

Johnson* 



Feugill 
Feugill 
Feugill 
Feugill 
Feugill 
Feugill 
Feugill 
Feugill 
Feugill 
Feugill 
Feugill 



Ward 

Ward 

Ward 

Ward 

Ward 

Watkins 

Watkins 

Watkins 

Watkins 

Watkins 

Watkins 



Greenstein 
Greenstein 
Greenstein 
Greenstein 
Greenstein 
Greenstein 
Greenstein 
Greenstein 
Greenstein 
Greenstein 
Greenstein 



Watkins 

Watkins 

Watkins 

Watkins 

Henne 

Henne 

Henne 

Henne 

Henne 

Henne 

Henne 



Gilliam 
Gilliam 
Gilliam 
Gilliam 
Gilliam 
Gilliam 
Gilliam 
Gilliam 
Gilliam 
Gilliam 
Gilliam 



Simon 
Simon 
Simon 
Simon 
Simon 
Simon 
Simon 
Simon 
Simon 
Simon 
Simon 



Hough 

Williams 

Williams 

Williams 

Williams 

Williams 

Williams 

Williams 

James 

Johnson 

Williams 



Cummings 

Cummings 

Cummings 

Mastrole 

Mastrole 

Cummings 

Cummings 

Cummings 

Mastrole 

Cummings 

Cummings 



Rodgers 

Underwood 

Rodgers 

Westley 

Westley 

Rodgers 

Rodgers 

Rodgers 

Rodgers 

Underwood 

Underwood 



Chavez 

Chavez 

Chavez 

Rodgers 

Chavez 

Chavez 

James* 

Chavez 

Chavez 

Chavez 

Chavez 



Defense 

Opponent 



DL 



DL 



DL 



DL 



LB 



LB 



LB 



CB 



FS 



SS 



CB 



Ala. -Birmingham 

N. Illinois 

at Virginia 

at West Virginia 

NC State 

at North Carolina 

Wake Forest 

at Clemson 

at Duke 

Georgia Tech 

Florida State 



Ogbogu 
Ogbogu 
Ogbogu 
Ogbogu 
Ogbogu 
Ogbogu 
J. Hicks 
Ogbogu 
E. Hicks 
Ogbogu 
Ogbogu 



J. Hicks 
J. Hicks 
J. Hicks 
J. Hicks 
E. Hicks 
J. Hicks 
E. Hicks 
J. Hicks 
J. Hicks 
E. Hicks 
E. Hicks 



Watson 

Cowsette 

Watson 

Cowsette 

Cowsette 

Watson 

Watson 

Watson 

Watson 

Watson 

J. Hicks 



Wallace 
Wallace 
Wallace 
Wallace 
Wallace 
Wallace 
Wallace 
Wallace 
Wallace 
J. Hicks 
Wallace 



Ogle 
Ogle 
Ogle 
Ogle 
Ogle 
Ogle 
Ogle 
Ogle 
Ogle 
Ogle 
Ogle 



Barton 
Barton 
Barton 
Barton 
Barton 
Barton 
Barton 
Barton 
Barton 
Barton 
Barton 



White 

White 

Thomas 

Thomas 

Thomas 

Thomas 

Thomas 

Thomas 

Thomas 

Thomas 

Thomas 



Johnson 
Johnson 
Johnson 
Johnson 
Johnson 
Johnson 
Johnson 
Johnson 
Johnson 
Johnson 
Johnson 



Gore 

Gore 

Gore 

Gore 

Gore 

Gore 

Gore 

Gore 

Gore 

Baker 

Baker 



Hentz 
Hentz 
Hentz 
Hentz 
Hentz 
Hentz 
Hentz 
Hentz 
Hentz 
Hentz 
Hentz 



Scott 
Scott 
Scott 
Scott 
Scott 
Scott 
Scott 
Scott 
Scott 
Scott 
Scott 




Maryland's defensive front will be a force to be reckoned with in 1997. 



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Northern Illinois 6 
Maryland 30 



August 31 — Byrd Stadium 
Attendance: 32,517 



Northern Illinois 





6 








6 


Maryland 


3 





12 


15 


30 




13 







Maryland rushed for 274 yards on 45 attempts in its 30-6 sea- 
son-opening win against Northern Illinois in front of 32,517 
fans at Byrd Stadium. Eight different Maryland players carried 
the ball. Maryland got on the board early with a Joe O'Donnell 
27-yard field goal. Northern Illinois countered Maryland's attack 
in the second quarter on a one-yard touchdown run by Charles 
Talley. The Huskies failed to convert on the extra point but took 
a 6-3 lead into the locker room at the half. The Terps charged 
ahead in the second half and never looked back. Delbert Cowsette 
scored on a 49-yard fumble return. Brian Cummings and Kendall 
Ogle scored on an eight- and a one-yard run, respectively, and 
true freshman Harold Westley scored on a seven-yard run to con- 
clude the Terp scoring attack. Maryland averaged 6.1 yards per 
carry which was the Terps' best team effort since Nov. 29, 1984. 
Westley's 109 total yard performance also marked the most ever 
by a Terp freshman running back playing in his debut. 



Scoring Summary 

First Quarter 

MD- O'Donnell 27-yard field goal, 11:22 

Second Quarter 

NI- Talley 1-yard TD run (Clark PAT no good), 4:34 

Third Quarter 

MD- Cowsette picks up fumble and returns for 49-yard TD run 

(O'Donnell PAT no good), 9:56 

MD- Cummings bootleg for 8-yard TD run (O'Donnell PAT no 

good), :09 

Fourth Quarter 

MD- Ogle 1-yard TD run (pass failed), 9:02 

MD- Westley 7-yard TD run (O'Donnell PAT), 3:47 



Team Statistics 


NI 


MD 


First Downs 


20 


18 


Rushing Attempts 


55 


45 


Yards Rushing 


188 


288 


Yards Lost Rushing 


31 


14 


Net Yards Rushing 


157 


274 


Net Yards Passing 


152 


120 


Passes Attempted 


17 


16 


Passes Completed 


10 


8 


Had Intercepted 


1 


1 


Total Offensive Plays 


72 


61 


Total Net Yards 


309 


394 


Avg. Gain/Play 


4.3 


6.5 


Fumbles- Lost 


3-2 


0-0 


Penalties- Yards 


3-20 


6-55 


Interceptions- Yards 


1-0 


1-0 


Punts- Yards 


4-135 


4-149 


Avg. Yards/Punt 


33.8 


37.3 


Punt Returns- Yards 


1-2 


2-17 


Kickoff Returns- Yards 


3-66 


1-28 


Possession Time 


33:46 


26:14 


3rd Down Conversions 


7 of 16 


5 of 11 


Sacks By- Yards 


l-(-12) 


4-(-21) 



Individual Statistics 

Rushing: NI- Florence 13-58, Talley 22-55, Barker 15-46; MD- 

Underwood 8-74, Westley 16-57, Rodgers 6-55 

Passing: NI- Barker 13-8-124-1, Williams 4-2-28-1; MD- Cummings 

16-8-120-1 

Receiving: NI- Mitchell 7-122, Moody 2-21; MD- Westley 2-52, 

Rodgers 1-19 



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Alabama-Birmingham 15 
Maryland 39 



September 7 — Byrd Stadium 
Attendance: 30,057 



Alabama-Birmingham 
Maryland 



7 8 15 

18 7 14 39 



Scoring Summary 
First Quarter 



Second Quarter 

MD- O'Donnell 42-yard field goal, 9:16 

MD- Simon 28-yard TD pass from Cummings (O'Donnell PAT), 8:24 

UAB- Sanders 8-yard TD run (Arians PAT), 3:47 

MD- Rodgers 5-yard TD pass from Cummings (Rogers run), :05 




Maryland junior tailback Buddy Rodgers scored a season-high 
three touchdowns and led the Terps to a 39-15 win over 
Alabama-Birmingham before a crowd of 30,057 at Byrd Stadium. 
Maryland opened the scoring midway through the second quarter 
when Joe O'Donnell kicked a 42-yard field goal. Geroy Simon 
scored on a 28-yard touchdown pass from Brian Cummings, a 
two-play scoring drive set up by a Lamont Gore fumble recovery. 
The Terps led 18-7 at the half after Rodgers caught a five-yard 
touchdown pass from Cummings with five seconds remaining in 
the half. Rodgers scored his second touchdown of the game on a 
three-yard scamper nearing the end of the third quarter. 
Maryland scored twice in the fourth quarter as Rodgers punched 
in his third touchdown of the evening, a one-yard run, and 
Cummings added a one-yard touchdown run. The Maryland 
defense stuffed the Blazer run, allowing only 45 yards rushing, 
and surrendered only one first down in the first half. 



Third Quarter 

MD- Rodgers 3-yard TD run (O'Donnell PAT), 5:21 

Fourth Quarter 

UAB- Safety - 6:44 

MD- Rodgers 1-yard TD run (O'Donnell PAT), 5:03 

MD- Cummings 1-yard TD run (Rhodes PAT), 2:44 

UAB- Nation 7-yard TD pass from Drake (pass failed), 



:03 



Team Statistics 


UAB 


MD 


First Downs 


10 


20 


Rushing Attempts 


31 


55 


Yards Rushing 


101 


216 


Yards Lost Rushing 


56 


76 


Net Yards Rushing 


45 


140 


Net Yards Passing 


183 


205 


Passes Attempted 


26 


24 


Passes Completed 


15 


17 


Had Intercepted 


1 





Total Offensive Plays 


57 


79 


Total Net Yards 


228 


345 


Avg. Gain/ Play 


4.0 


4.4 


Fumbles- Lost 


4-3 


5-0 


Penalties- Yards 


4-30 


5-60 


Interceptions- Yards 


0-0 


1-1 


Punts- Yards 


8-391 


8-255 


Avg. Yards/Punt 


48.9 


31.9 


Punt Returns- Yards 


4-30 


6-82 


Kickoff Returns- Yards 


5-71 


2-47 


Possession Time 


25:34 


24:26 


3rd Down Conversions 


3 of 14 


7 of 18 


Sacks By- Yards 


2-(-14) 


5-(-41) 



Individual Statistics 

Rushing: UAB- Davis 10-27, Sanders 5-18, Roland 2-10; MD- 
Underwood 15-59, Westley 14-56, Rodgers 11-27 
Passing: UAB- Drake 20-13-179-1; MD- 24-17-205-0 
Receiving: UAB- Rachel 1-36, Causey 2-34, Sanders 5-33; MD- 
Simon 9-36, James 3-32, Rodgers 2-18 



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Maryland 
Virginia 



3 

21 



September 14 — Scott Stadium 
Attendance: 39,200 



Maryland 
Virginia 





14 



3 
21 



Scoring Summary 
First Quarter 



Second Quarter 

UVA- Dingle 10-yard INT return for TD (Garcia PAT), 6:07 

Third Quarter 

MD- O'Donnell 45-yard field goal, 6:33 




Fourth Quarter 

UVA- Barber 6-yard TD run (Garcia PAT), 2:31 

UVA- Barber 14-yard TD run (Garcia PAT), 1:34 



Speed, 

skill, ^ 
savvy: 

Jamie 
Sharper 



Despite a narrow 7-3 Virginia lead through three quarters, the 
fourth quarter attack by Virginia proved too much for the 
Terrapins before a crowd of 39,200 at Scott Stadium and a region- 
al television audience on Jefferson Pilot. Virginia's Tiki Barber 
scored two touchdowns, and Tony Dingle intercepted a Ken 
Mastrole pass which resulted in a ten-yard touchdown run. 
Maryland's lone score of the afternoon came on a 45-yard field 
goal by Joe O'Donnell. Playing without the services of starting 
quarterback Brian Cummings, who separated his right throwing 
shoulder and split his chin open with two minutes remaining in 
the first quarter, the Maryland defense provided a tremendous 
effort as it held Heisman Trophy candidate Tiki Barber to one 
first down rushing. Ranked No. 14 in the nation in total defense, 
the Terps allowed only 221 total yards. The Terps' A.J. Johnson 
intercepted two Cavalier passes, while his Terp teammates 
allowed only 60 yards passing, the lowest total by a Virginia team 
versus Maryland since 1979. 



Team Statistics 


UVA 


MD 


First Downs 


11 


8 


Rushing Attempts 


45 


47 


Yards Rushing 


180 


115 


Yards Lost Rushing 


19 


61 


Net Yards Rushing 


161 


54 


Net Yards Passing 


60 


114 


Passes Attempted 


18 


21 


Passes Completed 


5 


13 


Had Intercepted 


3 


2 


Total Offensive Plays 


63 


68 


Total Net Yards 


221 


168 


Avg. Gain/Play 


3.5 


2.5 


Fumbles- Lost 


3-1 


2-1 


Penalties- Yards 


3-15 


10-65 


Interceptions- Yards 


2-10 


3-15 


Punts- Yards 


7-333 


9-387 


Avg. Yards/Punt 


47.6 


43.0 


Punt Returns- Yards 


2-26 


3-43 


Kickoff Returns- Yards 


1-16 


1-17 


Possession Time 


27:23 


32:37 


3rd Down Conversions 


4 of 16 


3 of 19 


Sacks By- Yards 


2-(-15) 


2-(-10) 



Individual Statistics 

Rushing: MD-Rogers 18-47, Edwards 1-14, Cummings 1-9; UVA- 
Barber 29-123, Southern 4-19, A. Brooks 3-11. 
Passing: MD- Mastrole 15-9-66-0; UVA- Sherman- 12-4-51-0 
Receiving: MD- Simon 4-61, James 2-26, Williams 2-17; UVA- 
Crowell- 2-35, Byrd 1-11, Derey 1-9 



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Maryland 

West Virginia 13 



September 28 — Mountaineer Field 
Attendance: 54,542 



Maryland 
West Virginia 




13 




Maryland and West Virginia played a tight, defensive battle 
before 54,542 and a national ESPN2 audience at rain-soaked 
Mountaineer Field. Ken Mastrole became the first quarterback in 
Maryland history to start a game as a freshman. Brian Cummings, 
who separated his shoulder two weeks earlier, relieved Mastrole 
on Maryland's third possession, 10:06 into the game. West 
Virginia scored its only touchdown of the game when running 
back Amos Zereoue scored on a one-yard scamper with 9:18 
remaining in the second quarter. In the second half, the Terps' 
defense held West Virginia to a third quarter 38-yard field goal by 
Jay Taylor. Maryland's defense, entering the game ranked 14th 
nationally, was stingy in its own right as Eric Barton's 13 tackles 
helped hold West Virginia's offense to a total of 250 yards for the 
game. The Mountaineers were held to 3.6 yards per play. The 
Terps' defense kept Maryland close by denying West Virginia on 
16 of 18 third down conversion attempts. 



Scoring Summary 

First Quarter 

WVU-Taylor 33-yard field goal, 4:54 

Second Quarter 

WVU-Zereoue 1-yard TD run (Taylor PAT), 9:18 

Third Quarter 

WVU-Taylor 38-yard field goal, 7:50 

Fourth Quarter 
none 

Team Statistics WVU MD 

First Downs 12 5 

Rushing Attempts 47 23 

Yards Rushing 198 39 

Yards Lost Rushing 44 30 

Net Yards Rushing 154 9 

Net Yards Passing 96 53 

Passes Attempted 23 32 

Passes Completed 12 8 

Had Intercepted 1 4 

Total Offensive Plays 70 55 

Total Net Yards 250 62 

Avg. Gain/Play 3.6 1.1 

Fumbles-Lost 0-0 1-0 

Penalties-Yards 8-94 2-20 

Interceptions-Yards 4-1 1-6 

Punts-Yards 9-331 8-336 

Avg. Yards/Punt 1-12 1-10 

Kickoff Return-Yards 1-31 3-69 

Possession Time 22:31 37:29 

3rd Down Conversion 2 of 18 2 of 15 

Sacks by- Yards 2-(-17) 3-(-24) 

Individual Statistics 

Rushing: WVU-Zereoue 31-145, Plants 5-17, Green 2-11; MD- 

Rodgers 4-10, Westley 9-9 

Passing: WVU- Johnston 23-12-96-1; MD- Mastrole 17-5-32-0, 

Cummings 14-3-21-4, Underwood 1-0-0-0 

Receiving: WVU- Saunders 6-45, Wable 1-27, Vanterpool 1-10; MD- 

James 3-29, Simon 3-24, Rodgers 1-3 



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N. C. State 
Maryland 



34 
8 



October 5 — Byrd Stadium 
Attendance: 32,550 



N.C. State 





10 


17 


7 


34 


Maryland 











8 


8 




Running back Buddy Rodgers inched closer to 1,000 career 
rushing yards and Geroy Simon extended his consecutive 
games with a reception streak to 30, but their efforts weren't 
enough as N.C. State left Byrd Stadium with the victory. The 
game was seen by 32,550 fans and a regional television audience. 
In the first quarter, Simon extended his receptions streak to 30 
games with a six-yard reception from Ken Mastrole and Rodgers 
had one carry for four yards, leaving him nine yards short of 
1,000. After the scoreless first quarter, in which Maryland's 
ninth-ranked defense shined, N.C. State got on the board in the 
second quarter with a Carlos King one-yard touchdown run and a 
20-yard field goal by Marc Primanti. After two N.C. State touch- 
down passes and a field goal, the Terps got on the board in the 
fourth quarter with a one-yard touchdown run by Brian 
Underwood, followed by a successful two-point conversion pass 
from Mastrole to Tim Brown. 



Scoring Summary 
First Quarter 
none 

Second Quarter 

NCSU- King 1-yard TD run (Primanti PAT), 9:33 

NCSU- Primanti 20-yard field goal, :22 

Third Quarter 

NCSU- Grissett 22-yard TD pass from Laureano (Primanti PAT), 

11:56 

NCSU- Halt 44-yard TD pass from Laureano (Primanti PAT), 5:10 

NCSU- 43-yard field goal by Primanti, 2:06 

Fourth Quarter 

MD- Underwood 1-yard TD run (Brown pass from Mastrole), 10:52 

NCSU-King 7-yard TD run (Primanti PAT), 8:58 



Team Statistics 


NCSU 


MD 


First Downs 


19 


12 


Rushing Attempts 


56 


40 


Yards Rushing 


227 


119 


Yards Lost Rushing 


32 


63 


Net Yards Rushing 


195 


56 


Net Yards Passing 


188 


140 


Passes Attempted 


22 


29 


Passes Completed 


14 


15 


Had Intercepted 





1 


Total Offensive Plays 


78 


69 


Total Net Yards 


383 


196 


Avg. Gain/ Play 


4.9 


2.8 


Fumbles-Lost 


4-2 


1-1 


Penalties-Yards 


7-53 


8-86 


Interceptions-Yards 


1-0 


0-0 


Punts-Yards 


5-176 


7-214 


Avg. Yards/Punt 


35.2 


30.6 


Punt Returns-Yards 


2-3 


1-2 


Kickoff Return-Yards 


1-22 


6-110 


Possession Time 


33:11 


26:49 


3rd Down Conversion 


3 of 15 


4 of 16 


Sacks by-Yards 


5-(-47) 


l-(-7) 



Individual Statistics 

Rushing: NCSU- Chavis 2-37, Spikes 15-34, King 10-34; MD- 
Underwood 11-48, Westley 16-37, Chavez 2-12 
Passing: NCSU- Laureano 19-12-175-0, Barnette 3-2-13-0 
Receiving: NCSU- Holt 3-65, Grissett 2-34, King 2-24; MD- Simon 
3-66, Underwood 3-28, James 3-21 



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Maryland 7 

North Carolina 38 



October 12 — Kenan Stadium 
Attendance: 47,000 



Maryland 7 

North Carolina 14 7 7 




10 



7 
38 




Geroy Simon's first quarter, 60-yard reverse touchdown run was 
not enough, as the Terps fell to North Carolina before 47,000 
at Keenan Stadium. Both teams scored touchdowns less than five 
minutes into the game, with UNC's coming on a Keldorf-to- 
Stevens touchdown pass three minutes into the game. But less 
than 45 seconds later, Simon's touchdown run knotted the game 
at seven. The touchdown run represented the third way Simon 
has scored a touchdown in his career. The run was also 
Maryland's longest scoring play since Simon's kickoff return in 
'94. It was also the longest running play of his career and the 
longest rushing play by a Maryland player since Mark Mason went 
71 yards versus Syracuse on September 14, 1991. The catches also 
extended Simon's consecutive games with a reception streak to 
31. On the defensive end, Eric Barton had 12 tackles and a sack, 
and Andre Hentz and Ratcliff Thomas contributed eight and 
seven tackles, respectively. 



Scoring Summary 

First Quarter 

UNC- Stevens 76-yard TD pass from Keldorf (McGee PAT), 12:10 

MD- Simon 60-yard TD run (O'Donnell PAT), 11:27 

UNC- 25-yard TD pass from Keldorf to Stevens (McGee PAT), 11:27 

Second Quarter 

UNC-Stevens 7-yard TD pass from Keldorf (McGee PAT), 9:15 

Third Quarter 

UNC- Brown 19-yard TD pass from Keldorf (McGee PAT), 1:24 

Fourth Quarter 

UNC- McGee 40-yard field goal, 10:12 

UNC- Crumpler fumble recovery returned for TD (McGee PAT), 5:28 



Team Statistics 


UNC 


MD 


First Downs 


26 


8 


Rushing Attempts 


49 


20 


Yards Rushing 


187 


133 


Yards Lost Rushing 


37 


29 


Net Yards Rushing 


150 


104 


Net Yards Passing 


401 


75 


Passes Attempted 


40 


25 


Passes Completed 


28 


8 


Had Intercepted 





1 


Total Offensive Plays 


89 


49 


Total Net Yards 


551 


179 


Avg. Gain/Play 


6.2 


3.7 


Fumbles-Lost 


2-0 


0-0 


Penalties-Yards 


6-57 


5-37 


Interceptions-Yards 


1-0 


0-0 


Punts-Yards 


3-95 


9-366 


Avg. Yards/Punt 


31.7 


40.7 


Punt Returns-Yards 


4-30 


l-(-2) 


Kickoff Return-Yards 


1-15 


6-121 


Possession Time 


41:28 


18:32 


3rd Down Conversion 


15 of 21 


2 of 12 


Sacks by- Yards 


4-(-24) 


2-(-12) 


Individual Statistics 






Rushing: UNC- Johnson 21 


79, Linton 13-58; MD 



Simon 1-60, 
Underwood 4-40 

Passing: UNC- Keldorf 35-25-340-0, Davenport 5-3-61-0; MD- 
Cummings 23-8-75-1, Edwards 1-0-0-0, Mastrole 1-0-0-0 
Receiving: UNC- Stevens 6-160, Brown 9-86; MD- Simon 2-45, 
Williams 2-22 



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Wake Forest 
Maryland 




52 



October 19 — Byrd Stadium 
Attendance: 30,212 



Wake Forest 

















Maryland 


17 


14 


7 


14 


52 




It was a record-setting day for Maryland before 30,212 fans at 
Byrd Stadium. The 52-0 victory was the greatest margin of vic- 
tory versus an ACC opponent in Maryland history. Brian 
Cummings connected with Mancel Johnson for a 36-yard touch- 
down pass on Maryland's opening possession. With the help of 
368 yards of offense and a stingy defense, the Terps opened up a 
31-0 halftime lead. The barrage continued in the third quarter, as 
Buddy Rodgers scored his second rushing touchdown of the game, 
this one a three-yard run. When the dust settled, Maryland 
racked up 52 points, 589 yards of offense (including 355 rush- 
ing), and 189 total yards allowed on defense. Contributing to the 
offensive surge were Harold Westley with 120 yards rushing and 
Rodgers with 106 yards on the ground. It was the first time since 
November 17, 1984 that the Terp backfield yielded two 100+ yard 
rushers in the same game. Through the air, Brian Cummings 
passed for a career-high three touchdowns. The shutout was 
Maryland's first since 1989. 



Scoring Summary 

First Quarter 

MD- M. Johnson 36-yard TD from Cummings (0'Donnell PAT), 9:57 

MD- Simon 27-yard TD from Cummings (0'Donnell PAT), 5:51 

MD- 0'Donnell 40-yard field goal, 3:17 



Second Quarter 

MD- Rodgers 4-yard TD run (0'Donnell PAT), 12:03 

MD- Underwood 48-yard TD from Cummings (0'Donnell PAT), 5 

Third Quarter 

MD- Rodgers 3-yard TD run (0'Donnell PAT), 6:48 

Fourth Quarter 

MD- Westley 39-yard TD run (0'Donnell PAT), 7:42 

MD- Crosby 25-yard TD run (0'Donnell PAT), 4:59 



36 



Team Statistics 


WFU 


MD 


First Downs 


29 


10 


Rushing Attempts 


19 


65 


Yards Rushing 


41 


393 


Yards Lost Rushing 


25 


38 


Net Yards Rushing 


16 


355 


Net Yards Passing 


173 


234 


Passes Attempted 


47 


31 


Passes Completed 


19 


15 


Had Intercepted 


3 





Total Offensive Plays 


66 


96 


Total Net Yards 


189 


589 


Avg. Gain/Play 


2.9 


6.1 


Fumbles- Lost 


3-2 


0-0 


Penalties- Yards 


9-80 


9-77 


Interceptions- Yards 


0-0 


3-14 


Punts- Yards 


11-350 


5-148 


Avg. Yards/Punt 


31.8 


29.6 


Punt Returns- Yards 


2-21 


0-0 


Kickoff Returns- Yards 


7-127 


0-0 


Possession Time 


22:38 


37:22 


3rd Down Conversions 


2 of 16 


6 of 18 


Sacks By- Yards 


l-(-ll) 


2-(-18) 



Individual Statistics 

Rushing: WF- Kane 13-28, Gary 1-5; MD- Westley 11-120, Rodgers 

23-106 

Passing: WF- Kuklick 40-17-156-2, Bradley 4-2-17-1; MD- 

Cummings 20-13-224-0, Mastrole 11-2-10-0 

Receiving: WF- Davis 7-84, Lewis 2-23; MD- M. Johnson 4-77, 

Underwood 2-59 



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Maryland 
Duke 



22 
19 



October 26 
Attendance: 



- Wallace Wade Stadium 
18,751 



Maryland 
Duke 




10 



16 

7 



22 
19 




A blocked punt by Eric Ogbogu at the end of the third quarter 
led to the game-winning touchdown drive and the Terps held 
on for the 22-19 victory before 18,751 at Wallace Wade Stadium. 
Buddy Rodgers broke loose for a career-high 176 rushing yards- 
his second-consecutive 100-yard game. It was the most rushing 
yards by a Terp since Alvin Blount's 186-yard game in 1985. After 
falling behind 10-0 in the first quarter, the Terps stormed back 
with 17 points before the half. After two Joe O'Donnell field 
goals, Ken Mastrole found Kendrick Walton in the end zone to 
put the Terps ahead, 13-10. Following a 52-yard touchdown run 
by the Blue Devils, O'Donnell kicked a 42-yard field goal with :34 
remaining in the half to bring the Terps within one. The defen- 
sive effort was bolstered by Eric Barton's career-high 14 tackles 
and Ratcliff Thomas' 10 tackles. Rodgers started what Ogbogu fin- 
ished with an 11-yard touchdown run 22 seconds into the final 
quarter, putting the Terps on top for good. 



Scoring Summary 

First Quarter 

DU- Wilks 4-yard TD run (Lenhardt PAT), 11:38 

DU- Lenhardt 24-yard field goal, 3:55 

Second Quarter 

MD- O'Donnell 38-yard field goal, 6:27 

MD- O'Donnell 24-yard field goal, 6:27 

MD- Walton 7-yard TD pass from Mastrole (O'Donnell PAT), 3:06 

DU- Wilks 52-yard TD run (Lenhardt PAT), 1:59 

MD- O'Donnell 42-yard field goal, :34 

Third Quarter 
none 

Fourth Quarter 

MD- Rodgers 11-yard TD run (Rodgers pass failed), 14:38 

DU- Grant defensive extra point 100-yard return, 14:38 



Team Statistics 


DU 


MD 


First Downs 


12 


19 


Rushing Attempts 


37 


59 


Yards Rushing 


180 


310 


Yards Lost Rushing 


34 


51 


Net Yards Rushing 


146 


259 


Net Yards Passing 


103 


110 


Passes Attempted 


21 


19 


Passes Completed 


9 


6 


Had Intercepted 


1 





Total Offensive Plays 


58 


78 


Total Net Yards 


249 


369 


Avg. Gain/ Play 


4.3 


4.7 


Fumbles- Lost 


1-1 


2-1 


Penalties- Yards 


4-35 


7-50 


Interceptions- Yards 


0-0 


1-20 


Punts- Yards 


9-394 


7-218 


Avg. Yards/ Punt 


43.8 


31.1 


Punt Returns- Yards 


2-11 


7-105 


Kickoff Returns- Yards 


4-87 


4-77 


Possession Time 


26:33 


33:27 


3rd Down Conversions 


3 of 15 


4 of 17 


Sacks By- Yards 


4-(-24) 


2-(-21) 



Individual Statistics 

Rushing: DU- Wilks 19-137, Marshall 8-28; MD- Rodgers 31-176, 

Underwood 11-32, Westley 5-23 

Passing: DU- Green 21-9-103-1; MD- Mastrole 17-5-106-0, Russell 

2-1-4-0 

Receiving: DU- Thomas 3-59, Wilks 3-18; MD- M. Johnson 1-46, 

Williams 1-39 



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1996 Game Recaps 




Maryland 
Clemson 



3 
35 



November 2 — Clemson Memorial Stadium 
Attendance: 60.000 



Maryland 
Clemson 




14 



3 

3 5 




Brian Cummings returned to the starting lineup to face former 
Pee-Wee League teammate Nealon Greene before 60,000 at 
Memorial Stadium. The game, televised on ABC, signified the 
Terps' third appearance on national television during the season. 
The Terps got on the board midway through the second quarter 
with a 35-yard field goal by Joe O'Donnell. Brian Underwood led 
the offensive effort with 80 yards on only 14 carries, and Geroy 
Simon had two catches for 39 yards. Maryland's defense, ranked 
21st in the country, created two more turnovers as it recovered 
two Clemson fumbles. Through nine games, the Terps were tied 
for 10th in the nation with a +1.00 turnover margin. Team tack- 
ling leader Eric Barton lived up to his billing with 10 tackles, the 
eighth time during the season he had at least eight tackles. 
Joining him were Johnnie Hicks with 10 tackles and Kendall Ogle 
and Ratcliff Thomas with six apiece. 



Scoring Summary 

First Quarter 

CU- Smith 1-yard TD run (run failed), 6:30 

CU- Ford 66-yard INT return (Priester pass from Greene), 



:';] 



Second Quarter 

MD- O'Donnell 35-yard field goal, 8:57 

CU- Woods 10-yard TD reception from Greene (Padgett PAT) 

Third Quarter 

CU- Smith 1-yard TD run (Padgett PAT), 5:13 

Fourth Quarter 

CU- Zanders 61-yard TD run, 2:21 



Team Statistics 


CU 


MD 


First Downs 


18 


9 


Rushing Attempts 


51 


45 


Yards Rushing 


274 


152 


Yards Lost Rushing 


26 


87 


Net Yards Rushing 


248 


65 


Net Yards Passing 


90 


48 


Passes Attempted 


16 


13 


Passes Completed 


8 


5 


Had Intercepted 





1 


Total Offensive Plays 


67 


58 


Total Net Yards 


338 


113 


Avg. Gain/Play 


5.0 


2.0 


Fumbles- Lost 


2-2 


1-1 


Penalties- Yards 


7-59 


2-30 


Interceptions- Yards 


1-66 


0-0 


Punts- Yards 


5-170 


7-203 


Avg. Yards/ Punt 


34.0 


29.0 


Punt Returns- Yards 


3-2 


0-0 


Kickoff Returns- Yards 


3-62 


5-88 


Possession Time 


33:20 


26:40 


3rd Down Conversions 


9 of 16 


3 of 15 


Sacks By- Yards 


8-(-66) 


2-(-19) 


Individual Statistics 






Rushing: CU- Priester 19-85, Zanders 8-83, Smith 9-49 



MD- 

Underwood 14-80, Westley 12-22 

Passing: CU- Greene 10-5-47-0, Luckie 6-3-43-0; MD- Cummings 
13-5-48-1 

Receiving: CU- Hall 1-31, Woods 3-29; MD- Simon 2-39, James 1- 
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1996 Game Recaps 




Georgia Tech 10 
Maryland 13 



November 14 — Byrd Stadium 
Attendance: 22,510 



Georgia Tech 





3 


7 





10 


Maryland 


3 


10 








13 




Brian Cummings' career-high 21 completions led the offense 
and Maryland's 20th-ranked defense lived up to its reputation 
as the Terps prevailed before 22,510 at Byrd Stadium. The 
Thursday night game, broadcast on ESPN, was the Terps' fourth 
nationally-televised game of the season. Joe O'Donnell put the 
Terps on top with a 21-yard field goal with 4:16 left in the first 
quarter. After a Georgia Tech field goal tied the score early in the 
second quarter, the Terps retaliated less than one minute later as 
Cummings found Geroy Simon in the end zone from three yards 
out to put the Terps up 10-3. The Terps built their lead to 10 
after O'Donnell's 21 -yard field goal. Cummings connected with 
new-found target Troy Davidson on eight catches for 80 yards, 
both career-highs. Orlando Strozier's two interceptions in the last 
3:30 of the fourth quarter preserved the Terp victory. Ratcliff 
Thomas and Eric Barton's team-high eight tackles helped hold 
Tech's 180-yard per game rushing attack to a season-low 78 
yards. 



Scoring Summary 

First Quarter 

MD- O'Donnell 21-yard field goal, 4:16 

Second Quarter 

GT- Chambers 29-yard field goal, 13:14 

MD- 3-yard TD pass from Cummings to Simon, 12:25 

Third Quarter 

MD- O'Donnell 22-yard field goal, 11:05 

GT- 11 -yard TD pass from Hamilton to Sheridan, 2:09 



Fourth Quarter 






none 






Team Statistics 


GT 


MD 


First Downs 


19 


17 


Rushing Attempts 


34 


39 


Yards Rushing 


112 


204 


Yards Lost Rushing 


34 


22 


Net Yards Rushing 


78 


182 


Net Yards Passing 


228 


192 


Passes Attempted 


37 


29 


Passes Completed 


20 


21 


Had Intercepted 


3 


2 


Total Offensive Plays 


71 


68 


Total Net Yards 


306 


374 


Avg. Gain/Play 


4.3 


5.5 


Fumbles- Lost 


0-0 


2-2 


Penalties- Yards 


3-20 


5-45 


Interceptions- Yards 


2-0 


3-17 


Punts- Yards 


6-196 


4-119 


Avg. Yards/Punt 


32.7 


29.8 


Punt Returns- Yards 


1-2 


2-13 


Kickoff Returns- Yards 


4-103 


3-73 


Possession Time 


29:39 


30:21 


3rd Down Conversions 


6 of 16 


4 of 14 


Sacks By- Yards 


0-0 


2-(-18) 



Individual Statistics 

Rushing: GT- Williams 8-42, Hollomom 3-11; MD- Underwood 10- 
73, Westley 15-45, Cummings 10-44 

Passing: GT- Hamilton 37-20-228-3; MD- Cummings 29-21-192-2 
Receiving: GT- Sheridan 9-113, Middleton 6-71; MD- Davidson 8- 
80, Walton 4-32 



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1996 Game Recaps 




Florida State 48 
Maryland 10 








November 23 — Pro Player Stadium 
Attendance: 31,989 


Florida State 14 10 
Maryland 7 3 


17 



7 




48 
10 




Geroy Simon became the second player in Maryland history to 
eclipse the 2,000-yards receiving mark and Brian Cummings 
passed for 194 yards before 31,989 at the Automotive Restore 
Football Classic in Pro Player Stadium. The Terps took the lead 
with only 2:32 elapsed in the game when Cummings found a 
streaking Troy Davidson for the 31-yard touchdown play. During 
that drive, Simon caught two passes for 31 yards, giving him 
2,016 for his career and a place in the Terrapins' record books. 
After two scores by the third-ranked Seminoles, Joe O'Donnell 
pushed his consecutive games with a field goal streak to five 
with a 41-yard field goal with 11:35 to play before the half. Eric 
Barton collected nine tackles, giving him 10 games in which he 
racked up eight tackles or more for the season. Barton's team- 
leading 103 tackles made him the 11th player in school history 
to eclipse the 100-tackle mark on a season. Chad Scott intercept- 
ed two passes in his last collegiate game. 



Scoring Summary 

First Quarter 

MD- 31-yard TD pass from Cummings to Davidson (O'Donnell PAT), 

12:28 

FSU- Green 27-yard TD pass from Busby (Bentley PAT), 9:24 

FSU- Warrick 44-yard TD pass from Busby (Bentley PAT), 2:04 

Second Quarter 

MD- O'Donnell 41-yard field goal, 11:35 

FSU- Dunn 13-yard TD run (Bentley PAT), 6:40 

FSU- Bentley 49-yard field goal, :00 



Third Quarter 

FSU- Bentley 24-yard field goal, 12:32 

FSU- Dunn 9-yard TD run (Bentley PAT), 10:17 

FSU- Messam 30-yard TD pass from Kendra (Bentley PAT), 



5:33 



Fourth Quarter 

FSU- Preston 26-yard TD run (Bentley PAT), 2:17 



Team Statistics 


FSU 


MD 


First Downs 


30 


13 


Rushing Attempts 


41 


39 


Yards Rushing 


253 


94 


Yards Lost Rushing 


54 


102 


Net Yards Rushing 


199 


-8 


Net Yards Passing 


297 


194 


Passes Attempted 


31 


28 


Passes Completed 


19 


i -; 


Had Intercepted 


2 





Total Offensive Plays 


72 


67 


Total Net Yards 


496 


186 


Avg. Gain/ Play 


6.9 


2.8 


Fumbles- Lost 


2-0 


2-1 


Penalties- Yards 


7-72 


10-83 


Interceptions- Yards 


0-0 


2-0 


Punts- Yards 


3-91 


8-287 


Avg. Yards/Punt 


30.3 


35.9 


Punt Returns- Yards 


4-15 


2-38 


Kickoff Returns- Yards 


1-25 


3-106 


Possession Time 


31:23 


28:37 


3rd Down Conversions 


4 of 11 


6 of 18 


Sacks By- Yards 


8-(-63) 


3-(-25) 



Individual Statistics 

Rushing: FSU- Dunn 16-110, Rock 10-95, Laveran 2-24; MD- 

Westley 7-46, Underwood 7-18 

Passing: FSU- Busby 16-10-156-1, Kendra 15-9-141-1; MD- 

Cummings 28-13-194-0 

Receiving: FSU- Green 3-88, Warrick 3-76, Messam 4-57; MD- 

Simon 4-74, Davidson 2-68, M. Johnson 3-24 



TERRAPIN FOOTBALL 



109 



ACC Review 



Bowl Game Results 




Bowl 


Date 


Results 


Sugar Bowl 


Jan. 2 


Florida 52, Florida State 20 


Gator Bowl 


Jan. 1 


North Carolina 20, West Virginia 13 


Peach Bowl 


Dec. 28 


LSU 10, Clemson 7 


Carquest Bowl 


Dec. 27 


Miami 31, Virginia 21 








ACC Games 










Overall 










Team 


W 


L 


For 


Opp 


Hm 


Rd 


Nu 


w 


L 


For 


Opp. 


Hm 


Rd 


Nu 


Florida State 


8 





314 


71 


4-0 


2-0 


2-0 


11 


l 


446 


174 


6-0 


3-0 


2-1 


North Carolina 


6 


2 


240 


76 


4-0 


2-2 


0-0 


10 


2 


357 


123 


5-0 


4-2 


1-0 


Clemson 


6 


2 


164 


156 


4-0 


2-2 


0-0 


7 


5 


245 


241 


5-1 


2-3 


0-1 


Virginia 


5 


3 


219 


112 


3-1 


2-2 


0-0 


7 


5 


341 


203 


5-1 


2-3 


0-1 


Georgia Tech 


4 


4 


157 


161 


3-1 


1-3 


0-0 


5 


6 


220 


236 


4-2 


1-4 


0-0 


Maryland 


3 


5 


118 


205 


2-1 


1-3 


0-1 


5 


6 


187 


239 


4-1 


1-4 


0-1 


NC State 


3 


5 


199 


285 


2-2 


1-3 


0-0 


3 


8 


268 


401 


2-3 


1-4 


0-1 


Wake Forest 


1 


7 


79 


287 


1-2 


0-4 


0-1 


3 


8 


144 


374 


3-3 


0-4 


0-1 


Duke 





8 


105 


232 


0-4 


0-4 


0-0 





11 


162 


379 


0-5 


0-6 


0-0 



1996 Schedule & Results 

Thursday, August 29 

Appalachian St. 13 at Wake Forest 19 

Saturday, August 31 

Clemson at North Carolina 45 
N. Illinois 6 at Maryland 30 

Saturday, September 7 

Furman 3 at Clemson 19 

Georgia Tech 28 at NX. State 16 

Duke 7 at #3 Florida State 44 

#24 North Carolina 27 at #9 Syracuse 10 

#13 Northwestern 27 at Wake Forest 28 

Ala.-Birmingham 15 at Maryland 39 

Central Michigan 21 at #23 Virginia 55 

Saturday, September 14 

Maryland 3 at #22 Virginia 21 
Northwestern 38 at Duke 13 
Wake Forest 10 at Georgia Tech 30 

Thursday, September 19 

#3 Florida State 51 at NC State 17 

Saturday, September 21 

#20 Virginia 42 at Wake Forest 7 

Duke 17 at Army 35 

Georgia Tech at #11 North Carolina 16 

Clemson 24 at Missouri 38 

Thursday, September 26 

Duke 22 at Georgia Tech 48 

Saturday, September 28 

Wake Forest 10 at Clemson 21 

NC State 21 at Purdue 42 

#11 North Carolina at #2 Florida State 13 

Maryland at #23 West Virginia 13 

#13 Texas 13 at #19 Virginia 37 



Saturday, October 5 

NC State 34 at Maryland 8 

Duke 27 at Navy 64 

#12 Virginia 7 at Georgia Tech 13 

#15 North Carolina 45 at Wake Forest 6 

Clemson 3 at #2 Florida State 34 

Saturday, October 12 

Clemson 13 at Duke 6 
#2 Florida State 34 at #6 Miami 16 
#8 Alabama 24 at NC State 19 
Maryland 7 at #13 North Carolina 38 

Saturday, October 19 

NC State 14 at #20 Virginia 62 
Wake Forest at Maryland 52 
#22 Georgia Tech 25 at Clemson 28 

Saturday, October 26 

Maryland 22 at Duke 19 
Navy 47 at Wake Forest 18 




Eric Ogbogu is intense — always 



Central Florida 20 at Georgia Tech 27 
#14 Virginia 24 at #3 Florida State 31 
#9 North Carolina 42 at Houston 14 

Saturday, November 2 

NC State 20 at #8 North Carolina 52 
#16 Virginia 27 at Duke 3 
Maryland 3 at Clemson 35 
#3 Florida State 49 at Georgia Tech 3 

Saturday, November 9 

Duke 22 at NC State 44 

Wake Forest 7 vs. #3 Florida State 44 

(Orlando, Fla.) 
Louisville 10 at North Carolina 28 
Clemson 24 at #15 Virginia 16 

Thursday, November 14 

Georgia Tech 10 at Maryland 13 

Saturday, November 16 

NC State 17 at Clemson 40 

Duke 16 at Wake Forest 17 

#6 North Carolina 17 at #25 Virginia 20 

#25 So. Miss 14 at #3 Florida State 54 

Saturday, November 23 

#13 North Carolina 27 at Duke 10 
Navy 36 at Georgia Tech 26 
Wake Forest 22 at NC State 37 
Maryland 10 vs. #3 Florida State 48 

(Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.) 
South Carolina 34 at Clemson 31 

Friday, November 29 

#20 Virginia 9 at #17 Virginia Tech 26 

Saturday, November 30 
#1 Florida 21 at #2 Florida State 24 
East Carolina 50 vs. NC State 29 
Georgia Tech 10 at Georgia 19 



110 



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ACC Review 




Final ACC Individual Satisfies 



Rushing Yards Per Game 

Player, School GP 

Tiki Barber, UVa 1 1 

Raymond Priester, Clem. 11 

Warrick Dunn, FSU 11 

Leon Johnson, UNC 11 

Tremayne Stephens, NCS 11 

C.J. Williams, GT 10 

Letavious Wilks, Duke 1 1 

Charlie Rogers, GT 11 

Buddy Rodgers, Md. 9 

Morgan Kane, WF 1 1 

Brian Underwood, Md. 11 

Rock Preston, FSU 10 

Harold Westley, Md. 11 

Layman Marshall, Duke 11 

Kelton Dunnican, Clem. 1 1 

Receptions Per Game 

Player, School GP 

Harvey Middleton, GT 1 1 

Desmond Clark, WF 1 1 

Thabiti Davis, WF 1 1 

Na Brown, UNC 11 

Jimmy Grissett, NCS 11 

L.C. Stevens, UNC 11 

Leon Johnson, UNC 11 

Corey Thomas, Duke 1 1 

Germane Crowell, UVa 10 

Geroy Simon, Md. 11 



ATT 
250 
232 
189 
242 
165 
174 
116 
115 
100 
135 
97 
49 
116 
115 
72 



REC 

64 
61 
60 
52 
50 
44 
39 
38 
33 
35 



Receiving Yardage Per Game 



Player, School 

Harvey Middleton, GT 
Thabiti Davis, WF 
Desmond Clark, WF 
L.C. Stevens, UNC 
Germane Crowell, UVa 
Jimmy Grissett, NCS 
E.G. Green, FSU 
Geroy Simon, Md. 
Na Brown, UNC 
Corey Thomas, Duke 

Passing Efficiency 

Player, School 
Chris Keldorf, UNC 
Thad Busby, FSU 
Neolon Greene, Clem. 
Joe Hamilton, GT 
Jamie Barnette, NCS 
Tim Sherman, UVa 
Brian Cummings, Md. 
Brian Kuklick, WF 

Total Offense 

Player, School 
Brian Kuklick. WF 
Chris Keldorf, UNC 
Thad Busby, FSU 
Jamie Barnette, NCS 
Tim Sherman, UVa 
Joe Hamilton, GT 
Nealon Greene, Clem. 
Tiki Barber, UVa 
Brian Cummings, Md. 
Raymond Priester, Clem. 



GP 

11 
11 
11 
11 
10 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 



REC 

64 
60 
61 
44 
33 
50 
34 
35 
52 
38 



GP ATT CMP 



11 
10 
11 
10 
10 

11 

9 

11 



338 
243 
199 
188 
226 
203 
173 
396 



201 
134 
105 
108 
102 
102 
92 
205 



GP RUN PASS 



-72 2526 

117 2347 

-36 1866 

63 1594 

228 1572 

248 1342 

200 1380 

1 1360 

9 -132 1127 

11 1194 



YDS 

1,360 
1,194 
1,180 
913 
771 
663 
554 
551 
447 
490 
449 
386 
421 
390 
368 



YDS 

804 
782 
792 
534 
751 
771 
381 
527 
687 
534 



YDS 

804 
792 
782 
771 
687 
751 
662 
534 
534 
527 



AVG 
5.4 
5.1 
6.2 
3.8 
4.7 
3.8 

4.8 
4.5 
3.6 
4.6 
7.9 
3.6 
3.4 
5.1 



AVG 

12.6 

12. k 
13.2 
10.3 
15.0 
17.5 
9.8 
13.9 
20.8 
15.3 



AVG 

12.6 
13.2 
12.8 
17.5 
20.8 
15.0 
19.5 
15.3 
10.3 
13.9 



TD 

14 
6 
12 
10 
5 
7 
2 
2 
5 
2 
1 
5 
2 
3 
4 



TD 

3 



PCT YDS 

.595 2347 

.551 1866 

.528 1380 

.574 1342 

.451 1594 

.502 1572 

.532 1127 

.518 2526 



PLY TOTAL 

476 2454 

394 2230 

296 1830 

301 1657 

272 1800 

283 1590 

272 1580 

252 1360 

237 995 

232 1194 



TD 

3 
3 
6 
7 
3 
5 
7 
3 
4 
4 



TD INT 



23 

16 
8 
7 
9 
4 
7 

11 



5 

12 

8 

3 
6 

11 
9 

13 



PP TDR 

2.2 11 



5.7 
6.2 
5.5 
6.6 
5.6 
5.8 
5.4 
4.2 
5.2 



23 

17 

13 

7 

10 

10 

14 

9 

6 



PG 

123.6 
108.6 
107.3 
83.0 
70.1 
66.3 
50.4 
50.1 
47.6 
44.6 
40.8 
38.6 
38.3 
35.5 
33.5 



PG 

5.8 
5.6 
5.5 
4.7 
4.6 
4.0 
3.6 
3.5 
3.3 
3.2 



PG 

73.1 
72.0 
71.1 
70.1 
68.7 
68.3 
60.2 
48.5 
48.5 
47.9 



PTS 
137.29 
131.50 
116.20 
115.87 
112.21 
110.96 
110.85 
108.00 



PG 

223.1 
202.7 
183.0 
165.7 
163.6 
159.0 
143.6 
123.6 
110.6 
108.6 



AU-Purpose Yardage 

Player, School GP 

Tiki Barber, UVa 11 

Leon Johnson, UNC 1 1 

Warrick Dunn, FSU 11 

Charlie Rogers, GT 11 

Raymond Priester, Clem. 11 

Harvey Middleton, GT 11 

C.J. Williams, GT 10 

Tremayne Stephens, NCS 11 

Thabiti Davis, WF 1 1 

Peter Warrick, FSU 1 1 

Scoring 

Player, School GP 

Scott Bentley, FSU 11 

Rafael Garcia, UVa 1 1 

Tiki Barber, UVa 11 

Marc Primanti, NCS 1 1 

Warrick Dunn, FSU 1 1 

Leon Johnson, UNC 11 

Josh McGee, UNC 11 

C.J. Williams, GT 10 

Joe 0'Donnell, Md. 11 
Raymond Priester, Clem. 11 

Field Goals 

Player, School 

Rafael Garcia, UVa 
Marc Primanti, NCS 
Scott Bentley, FSU 
Joe 0'Donnell, Md. 
Josh McGee, UNC 
Sims Lenhardt, Duke 
David Frakes, GT 

Punting 

Player, School 

John Krueger, Duke 
Will Brice, UVa 
Sean Liss, FSU 
Derrick DePriest, UNC 
Rodney Williams, GT 
Jay Dukes, NCS 
Tripp Moore, WF 
Kevin Laird, Clem. 
Russell Edwards, Md. 

Kickoff Returns 

Player, School 
Leon Johnson, UNC 
Charlie Rogers, GT 
Chad Scott, Md. 
Alvis Whitted, NCS 
Jammie Deese, WF 
Terrence Wilkins, UVa 
Myles Savage, WF 
Richmond Flowers, Duke 

Punt Returns 

Player, School 
Tiki Barber, UVa 
Nathan Perryman, GT 
Geroy Simon, Md. 
Dee Feaster, FSU 
Tony Scott, NCS 
D'Angelo Solomon, WF 
Dre' Bly, UNC 
Adam Geis, Duke 



RUN 

1360 

913 

1180 

551 

1194 



771 




REC PR KR TOT 

258 241 1859 

381 191 347 1832 

355 1535 

240 60 626 1477 

115 1309 

804 129 933 



PEN 

291 
308 
219 
160 
247 



150 

57 

792 



813 
828 
792 



467 114 188 789 



76 12.3 

189 4.3 

172 4.8 

60 13.2 

49 16.1 



PP PG 

6.4 169.0 

6.0 166.6 

7.0 139.6 

9.2 134.3 

5.3 119.0 
84.8 







15 



14 

12 



9 



7 





14 

12 
10 

7 

6 



52-53 16-18 
033-3321-27 

1 
24-24 20-20 


2 
36-38 9-17 

015-1711-15 
1 



100 
96 
90 

84 
84 
72 

63 
54 
48 

44 



GP FGA 



11 
11 

11 
11 
11 
11 
11 



n 

20 
18 

15 
17 
15 

11 



G 

11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
10 
11 
11 



G 

11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 



NO 
14 
26 
23 
20 
16 
14 
16 
27 



NO 

19 
18 
14 
25 
17 
18 
18 
15 



FGM 
21 
20 
16 

11 
9 
9 
4 



GP PUNTS YARDS 

11 58 2619 

11 52 2323 

11 61 2670 

11 54 2087 

11 53 2034 

9 36 1382 

11 72 2711 

11 59 2186 

11 73 2663 



YDS 

347 
626 
534 
455 
339 
290 
323 
512 



YDS 

241 
219 
147 
244 
165 
157 
128 
95 



LG 
46 

<,r, 

49 
45 
49 
47 

53 



PCT 

.778 
1.000 
.889 
.733 
.529 
.600 
.364 



BLK 

1 

1 

4 


2 

1 



LG 

94 
76 
55 
96 
36 
34 
32 
40 



LG 

74 
72 
23 
79 
39 
16 
25 
15 



LG 
67 
67 

7d 
52 
77 
53 
57 
52 
76 



TD 

1 




1 








TD 

1 
1 

2 







81.3 
75.3 
72.0 
71.7 



TDS TDR TDP TDRT PAT FG PTS PG 



9.09 
8.73 
8.18 
7.64 
7.64 
6.55 
5.73 
5.40 
4.36 
4.00 



PG 

1.91 
1.82 
1.45 
1.00 
0.82 
0.82 
0.36 



AVG 
45.2 
44.7 
43.8 
38.7 
38.4 
38.4 
37.7 
37.1 
36.5 



AVG 
24.8 
24.1 
23.2 
22.8 
21.2 
20.7 
20.2 
19.0 



AVG 

12.7 
12.2 
10.5 
9.8 
9.7 
8.7 
7.1 
6.3 



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111 



ACC Review 




Interceptions 

Player, School 

Dre' Bly, UNC 

Chad Scott, Md. 

Brian Simmons, UNC 

Brian Wilkins, GT 

Hassan Shamsid-Deen, NCS 

Anthony Poindexter, UVa 

Stephen Phelan, UVa 

Tackle Leaders 

Player, School 

Anthony Simmons, Clem. 
Keith Brooking, GT 
Billy Granville, Duke 
Kelvin Moses, WF 
Jamie Sharper, UVa 
Ron Rogers, GT 
Mond Wilson, Clem. 
Kivuusama Mays, UNC 
Morocco Brown, NCS 
James Farrior, UVa 
Tawambi Settles, Duke 
Eric Barton, Md. 
Reinard Wilson, FSU 
Chike Egbuniwe, Duke 
Daryl Bush, FSU 
Ratcliff Thomas, Md. 
Henri Crockett, FSU 
Anthony Poindexter, UVa 
Brian Simmons, UNC 
Duan Everett, NCS 



GP 



G 

11 
11 
10 
10 
10 

11 
11 



UA 

83 

92 
61 
72 
77 
67 
46 
64 
72 
76 
84 
57 
57 
52 
44 
44 
52 
39 
41 
58 



INT 

11 
5 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 



AST 

81 
55 
73 
56 
46 
45 
73 
48 
36 
31 
22 
49 
48 
51 
57 
37 
46 
59 
44 
34 



YDS 

141 
14 

160 



28 

58 

21 



TFL 

15-49 

7-37 

3.5-23 

10-36 

17-80 
8-46 
6-24 
7-21 
6-26 

13-86 
3-13 
6-13 

22-92 

2-2 

7-22 

7-21 

12-33 
3-11 
9-41 
8-26 



LG 

51 
14 
84 

22 
30 
12 



SACK 

7-31 
3-24 

0.5-11 
2-16 

6.5-52 
3-25 
2-15 
2-13 
4-23 

6.5-69 



2-17 

13.5-67 



2.5-13 
3-19 

4.5-22 



2-20 

2.5-12 



QB Sacks 




Peter Boulware, FSU 


19 


Reinard Wilson, FSU 


13.5 


Greg Ellis, UNC 


12.5 


Duane Ashman, UVa 


8 


Chris Combs, Duke 


8 


Jermaine Miles, GT 


8 


Eric Ogbogu, Md. 


7 


Anthony Simmons, Clem. 


7 


Tackles for Loss 




Reinard Wilson, FSU 


22 


Peter Boulware, FSU 


20 


Greg Ellis, UNC 


18 


Trevor Pryce, Clem. 


17 


Jamie Sharper, UVa 


17 


Rick Terry, UNC 


16.5 


Eric Hicks, Md. 


15 


Eric Ogbogu, Md. 


15 


Anthony Simmons, Clem. 


15 


Passes Broken Up 




Robert Williams, UNC 


23 


Dre' Bly, UNC 


13 


Jimmy Clements, GT 


10 


James Colzie, FSU 


10 


Bryan Capers, FSU 


8 


Chad Scott, Md. 


8 


Tom Stuetzer, WF 


8 


Six tied with 


7 



TD 

1 

1 







TOT 

164 

147 

134 

128 

123 

112 

119 

112 

108 

107 

106 

106 

105 

103 

101 

81 

98 

98 

85 

92 



PG 

1.0 
.45 
,40 
.40 
.40 
.36 
.36 



PG 

14.9 

13.3 

12.2 

11.6 

11.2 

11.2 

10.8 

10.1 

9.8 

9.7 

9.6 

9.6 

9.5 

9.4 

9.2 

9.0 

8.9 

8.9 

8.5 

8.4 



Final ACC Team Statisics 



School PLAY 

Florida State 759 

Virginia 755 

North Carolina 829 

NC State 790 

Clemson 725 

Georgia Tech 761 

Wake Forest 785 

Duke 749 

Maryland 748 

Rushing Offense 

School ATT 

Clemson 501 

Virginia 460 

Florida State 424 

Georgia Tech 499 

NC State 454 

Maryland 477 

North Carolina 456 

Duke 400 

Wake Forest 344 



Passing Offense 



School 

Wake Forest 
North Carolina 
Florida State 
NC State 
Virginia 
Duke 

Georgia Tech 
Clemson 
Maryland 



ATT-CMP 

441-1223 
373-226 
335-181 
335-155 
295-140 
349-186 
262-144 
224-120 
267-129 



Scoring Offense 



School 

Florida State 
North Carolina 
Virginia 
NC State 
Clemson 
Georgia Tech 
Maryland 
Duke 
Wake Forest 

Total Defense 

School 

North Carolina 
Florida State 
Virginia 
Maryland 
Clemson 
Georgia Tech 
Duke 
NC State 
Wake Forest 



TD 

54 
45 
36 
30 
30 
25 
22 
19 
17 



KX 

52 
38 
36 
24 
26 
23 
16 
15 
10 



PLY 

660 
776 
790 
763 
736 
724 
769 
810 
867 



YDS 

4499 
4230 
4043 
3884 
3758 
3683 
3511 
3205 
2975 



YDS 

2191 
2131 
1958 
1821 
1540 
1490 
1305 
1144 
716 



PP 

5.9 
5.6 
4.9 
4.9 
5.2 
4.8 
4.5 
4.3 
4.0 



PC 

4.4 
4.6 
4.6 
3.7 
3.4 
3.1 
2.9 
2.9 
2.1 



PCT 

506 
.606 
.540 
.463 
.475 
.533 
.550 
.536 
.483 



OX 



1 


2 
1 
1 
3 
2 
1 



YDS 

2795 
2738 
2541 
2344 
2099 
2061 
1862 
1567 
1485 



FG 

16 
9 
22 
20 
10 
15 
11 
9 
10 



YDS 
2482 
2524 
3251 
3520 
3779 
3832 
4468 
4706 
5235 



TD 

12 
25 
25 

12 
5 

11 
9 



PP 

3.8 
3.3 
4.1 
4.6 
5.1 
5.3 
5.8 
5.8 
6.0 



TD 

47 
28 
40 
27 
27 
21 
16 
19 
21 



TD 

19 
23 
22 

12 
15 
13 
15 



INT 

14 
6 
14 
10 
18 
12 
16 
9 
12 



PTS 
426 
337 
320 
268 
238 
220 
187 
162 
144 



TD 

12 
14 
20 
28 
25 
25 
39 
45 
43 



PG 

409.0 
384.5 
367.6 
353.1 
341.6 
334.8 
319.2 
291.4 
270.5 



PG 

199.2 
193.7 
178.0 
165.6 
140.0 
135.5 
118.6 
104.0 
65.1 



PG 

254.1 
248.9 
231.0 
213.1 
190.8 
187.4 
169.3 
142.5 
135.0 



PG 

38.7 
30.6 
29.1 
24.4 
21.6 
20.0 
17.0 
14.6 
13.1 



PG 

225.6 
229.5 
295.5 
320.0 
343.6 
348.4 
406.2 
427.8 
475.9 



112 



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Rushing Defense 








3rd Down Conversion Offense 




Turnover Margin 








School ATT 


YDS 


PC 


TD 


PG 


School 


G CON 




ATT 


PCT. 


Gained 


Lost 




Florida State 418 


649 


1.6 


5 


59.0 


North Carolina 


11 96 




190 


.505 


School FM IN TO 


FM IN 


TO 


MAR 


North Carolina 334 


813 


2.4 


5 


73.9 


Florida State 


11 62 




IV; 


.397 


North Carolina 14 20 34 


6 6 


12 


+2.00 


Virginia 449 


1188 


2.6 


10 


108.0 


Georgia Tech 


11 62 




167 


.371 


Maryland 13 15 28 


7 12 


19 +0.82 


Clemson 443 


1547 


3.5 


14 


140.6 


Clemson 


11 57 




1 v'. 


.370 


Clemson 14 7 21 


7 9 


16 +0.45 


Maryland 465 


1549 


3.3 


It. 


140.8 


NC State 


11 62 




174 


.356 


Georgia Tech 10 13 23 


6 16 


22 


+0.09 


Georgia Tech 412 


1635 


4.0 


13 


148.6 


Duke 


11 48 




154 


.312 


Virginia 13 20 33 


15 18 


33 


Even 


Duke 511 


2280 


4.5 


22 


207.3 


Virginia 


11 49 




158 


.310 


Florida State 12 11 23 


9 14 


23 


Even 


NC State 509 


2501 


4.9 


25 


227.4 


Wake Forest 


11 53 




179 


.296 


Wake Forest 13 7 20 


13 14 


// 


-0.64 


Wake Forest 537 


2798 


5.2 


27 


254.4 


Maryland 


11 45 




172 


.262 


NC State 9 9 18 
Duke 10 5 15 


19 10 

20 12 


29 
32 


-1.00 
-1.55 


Passing Efficiency Defense 






3rd Down Conversion Defense 












School ' ATT-CMP 


PCT 


YDS INT 


. TD 


PTS 


School 


G CON 




ATT 


PCT. 


Kickoff Return Coverag 






North Carolina326-148 


.454 


1669 20 7 


83.2 


North Carolina 


11 37 




156 


.237 


School RET YDS. 


LG 


m 


AVG. 


Florida State 358-162 


.453 


1875 11 9 


91.4 


Florida State 


11 50 




189 


.265 


Georgia Tech 31 453 


31 





14.6 


Virginia 341-182 


.534 


2063 20 10 


102.1 


Virginia 


11 56 




178 


.315 


NC State 35 635 


43 


1 


18.1 


Maryland 298-159 


.534 


1971 15 12 


111.5 


Maryland 


11 59 




V, 


.337 


Duke 38 738 


45 





19.4 


Georgia Tech 312-177 


.567 


2197 13 12 


120.2 


Georgia Tech 


11 54 




151 


.358 


Maryland 30 594 


55 





19.8 


Clemson 293-156 


.532 


2232 


1 11 


124.8 


Clemson 


11 71 




169 


.420 


Virginia 37 738 


41 





19.9 


Wake Forest 330-190 


.576 


2435 


1 16 


131.3 


Duke 


11 68 




164 


.415 


North Carolina 51 1060 


55 





20.8 


NC State 301-166 


.551 


2205 


) 20 


132.6 


NC State 


11 72 




163 


.442 


Wake Forest 29 616 


94 


1 


21.2 


Duke 262-148 


.565 


2188 


i 16 


143.0 


Wake Forest 


11 78 




173 


451 


Clemson 36 803 
Florida State 46 1087 


50 
98 




1 


22.3 
23.6 


Scoring Defense 










Quarterback Sacks 
















School " TD KX 


OX 


FG S 


PTS 


PG 


School 


SACKS YARDS 




PG 




Penalty Yardage 








North Carolina 13 11 





7 


110 


10.0 


Florida State 


67 359 




6.1 




School ' PEN 


YARDS 




PG 


Florida State 15 14 





6 


122 


11.1 


Clemson 


44 289 




4.0 




Duke 50 


423 




38.5 


Virginia 21 19 





9 


172 


15.6 


North Carolina 


42 315 




3.8 




North Carolina 63 


507 




46.1 


Clemson 26 23 


2 


16 


231 


21.0 


Virginia 


40 324 




3.6 




Virginia 64 


508 




46.2 


Georgia Tech 29 25 


1 


11 1 


236 


21.5 


Maryland 


34 234 




3.1 




Wake Forest 62 


516 




46.9 


Maryland 30 26 


2 


9 1 


239 


21.6 


Georgia Tech 


30 217 




2.7 




Georgia Tech 62 


527 




47.9 


Wake Forest 45 42 





20 1 


374 


34.0 


NC State 


22 133 




2.0 




Clemson 58 


532 




48.4 


Duke 47 38 


1 


19 


379 


34.5 


Duke 


19 133 




1.7 




Maryland 69 


608 




55.3 


NC State 54 41 


3 


10 


401 


36.5 


Wake Forest 


13 102 




1.2 




NC State 84 
Florida State 94 


662 
958 




60.2 
87.1 


Kickoff Returns 










Time of Possessio 
















School RET 


YDS 


LG 


TD 


AVG 


School 

North Carolina 


FOR 

34:27 


flPP MADC.tM 










Florida State 22 


519 


31 





23.8 


urr uu 

25:33 


+8.54 


First-Team All-ACC 








Georgia Tech 35 


793 


76 





22.7 


Georgia Tech 


31:04 


28:56 


+2:08 


Offense 

WR- Andre Cooper, FSU: Harv 
QB- Chris Keldorf, UNC 
RB- Warrick Dunn, FSU; Tiki 
TE- Freddie Jones, UNC 
C- Jeff Saturday, UNC 
0G- Chad Bates, FSU; Jeremy 
0T- Curtis McGee, GaT; Jim B 








North Carolina 19 
Maryland 34 


416 
736 


94 

55 


1 




21.9 
21.7 


Clemson 
NC State 


30:45 
29:10 


29:15 
30:50 


+1:30 
-1:40 


ey Middleton, GT 


NC State 50 
Clemson 36 


1049 
740 


50 
55 


1 




21.0 
20.6 


Duke 
Virginia 


29:08 
28:55 


30:52 
31:05 


-1:44 
-2:10 


Barber, UVa 






Virginia 28 
Wake Forest 44 
Duke 54 


573 
841 
944 


82 
36 
40 


1 





20.5 
19.1 
17.5 


Maryland 
Florida State 
Wake Forest 


28:52 
28:44 
26:55 


31:08 
31:16 
33:05 


-2:16 
-2:32 

-6:10 


Raley, UVa 
undren, Clem. 




Punt Returns 

School RET 


YDS 


LG 


TD 


AVG 


First Downs Per Game 

School RUN PASS PEN 


TOT 


PG 


PK- Marc Primanti, NCS 
Specialist- Leon Johnson, UNC 






Virginia 23 


304 


74 


3 


13.2 


North Carolina 


70 127 


i g 


216 


19.6 


Defense 

DL- Peter Boulware, FSU; Rei 

Greg Ellis, UNC; Trevor Pryce, 

UNC 

LB- Brian Simmons, UNC; An 








Georgia Tech 32 
Maryland 26 
NC State 22 


408 
314 
229 


72 
35 
39 


1 


1 


12.8 
12.1 
10.4 


Florida State 
Virginia 
NC State 


90 113 
98 97 
86 102 


12 
14 
16 


215 
209 
204 


19.6 
19.0 
18.6 


rard Wilson 
Clem., Greg 


FSU 
Elli. 




North Carolina 31 
Florida State 41 


319 
411 


39 
79 


1 
2 


10.3 
10.0 


Georgia Tech 
Duke 


96 92 

79 94 


9 
19 


197 
192 


17.9 
17.5 


hony Simmons, 




Wake Forest 20 


189 


13 


1 


9.6 


ripnKnn 


111 67 


1 1 


189 


17.2 


Clem; Jamie Sharper, UVa 








Duke 19 
Clemson 19 


110 

104 


17 
51 






5.8 
5.5 


ulCUBUll 

Wake Forest 
Maryland 


47 122 

80 70 


14 

- 


183 
158 


16.6 
14.4 


DB- Byron Capers, FSU; Dre' Bly, UNC; Ronde 
Barber, UVa; Anthony Poindexter, UVa 
Punter- Will Bryce, UVa 




Net Punting 

School PUNTS 
Florida State 62-43.1 
Virginia 58-42.6 
Georgia Tech 55-37.3 
Duke 63-43.9 


RETURN 

24-187 

24-253 

16-77 

33-526 




NET 
40.1 
38.3 
35.9 
35.6 


First Downs Allowed Per Game 

School RUN PASS PEN TOT 
North Carolina 50 76 9 135 
Florida State 40 86 29 155 
Virginia 69 94 9 172 
Maryland 


PG 
12.3 
14.1 
15.6 
17.0 


Awards 

Player of the Year- Tiki Barber, UVa 
Rookie of the Year- Dre' Bly, UNC 
Defensive Player of the Year- Peter Boulware, 
Lou Groza Award- Mark Primanti, NCS 


FSU 


Wake Forest 81-35.8 
Maryland 76-35.3 
Clemson 60-36.8 
NC State 60-35.5 


25-157 
26-254 
20-245 
25-260 




33.8 
33.3 
32.8 
31.2 


Georgia Tech 
Clemson 
Duke 
NC State 


85 97 

83 95 

116 88 

135 96 


8 

15 

10 

8 


190 
193 
214 
239 


17.3 
17.6 
19.5 
21.7 


All-America Team- Marc Primanti, K, NCS; Dre' 
Bly, DB, UNC; Peter Boulware, DE, FSU; Reinard 
Wilson, DE, FSU 


North Carolina 69-35.8 


40-311 




31.1 


Wake Forest 


130 112 


10 


252 


22.9 











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113 



ACSWA All-Conference Team 




Atlantic Coast Conference 
Sports Writers Association 






I 


First Team Defense 

Pos. Name, School 


1st Place 
Votes 


2nd Place 
Votes 


Total 
Points 












DL 


Peter Boulware, Florida State 


90 


1 


181 


First Team Offense 


1st Place 


2nd Place 


Total 


DL 
DL 


Reinard Wilson, Florida State 
Greg Ellis, North Carolina 


82 

75 


4 
8 


168 
158 


Pos. 


Name, School 


Votes 


Votes 


Points 


DL 


Trevor Pryce. Clemson 


27 


41 


95 


WR 


Harvey Middleton, Georgia Tech 


39 


15 


93 


LB 


Anthony Simmons, Clemson 


71 


8 


150 


WR 


Andre Cooper, Florida State 


38 


11 


87 


LB 


Jamie Sharper, Virginia 


52 


19 


123 


T 


Jim Bundren, Clemson 


52 


25 


129 


LB 


Brian Simmons, North Carolina 


45 


27 


117 


T 


Curtis McGee, Georgia Tech 


44 


41 


129 


DB 


Dre Bly, North Carolina 


90 





180 


G 


Chad Bates, Florida State 


64 


22 


150 


DB 


Ronde Barber, Virginia 


71 


13 


155 


G 


Jeremy Raley, Virginia 


62 


25 


149 


DB 


Anthony Poindexter, Virginia 


38 


30 


106 


C 


Jeff Saturday, North Carolina 


60 


15 


135 


DB 


Byron Capers, Florida State 


16 


48 


86 


TE 


Freddie Jones, North Carolina 


86 


3 


175 


P 


Will Brice, Virginia 


67 


22 


156 


QB 


Chris Keldorf, North Carolina 


83 


8 


174 


SP 


Leon Johnson, North Carolina 


38 


14 


90 


RB 


Tiki Barber, Virginia 


86 


5 


177 












RB 


Warrick Dunn, Florida State 


82 


9 


173 


Second Team Defense 








PK 


Mark Primanti, NX. State 


49 


21 


119 


Pos. 


Name, School 


1st Place 
Votes 


2nd Place 
Votes 


Total 
Points 


Second Team Offense 


1st Place 


2nd Place 


Total 


DL 
DL 


Duane Ashman, Virginia 
Todd White, Virginia 


15 
22 


44 
28 


74 
72 


Pos. 


Name, School 


Votes 


Votes 


Points 


DL 


Rick Terry, North Carolina 


13 


42 


68 


WR 


Desmond Clark, Wake Forest 


26 


19 


71 


DL 


Andre Wadsworth, Florida State 


7 


43 


57 


WR 


E.G. Green, Florida State 


26 


18 


70 


LB 


Daryl Bush, Florida State 


30 


35 


95 


T 


Todd Fordham, Florida State 


42 


38 


122 


LB 


Kivuusama Mays, North Carolina 


19 


39 


77 


T 


Walter Jones, Florida State 


33 


36 


102 


LB 


James Farrior, Virginia 


23 


25 


71 


G 


Glenn Rountree, Clemson 


44 


43 


131 


DB 


Omar Brown, North Carolina 


16 


48 


80 


G 


Lonnie Gilbert, N.C. State 


4 


48 


58 


DB 


Dexter McCleon, Clemson 


19 


41 


79 


C 


Jamie Trimble, Clemson 


19 


37 


77 


DB 


Robert Williams, North Carolina 


27 


25 


79 


TE 


Lamont Hall, Clemson 


2 


32 


36 


DB 


Nate Perryman, Georgia Tech 


16 


42 


74 


QB 


Thad Busby, Florida State 


8 


73 


89 


P 


John Krueger, Duke 


13 


36 


62 


RB 


Raymond Priester, Clemson 


10 


76 


96 


SP 


Tiki Barber, Virginia 


23 


25 


71 


RB 


Leon Johnson, North Carolina 


4 


80 


88 












PK 


Rafael Garcia, Virginia 


35 


46 


116 


Honorable Mention Defense 









Honorable Mention Offense 

WR Germaine Crowell, Virginia (55 points); Na Brown, North Carolina 
(53); L.C. Stevens, North Carolina (50); Geroy Simon, Maryland 
(22); Jimmy Grissett, N.C. State (18); Thabiti Davis, Wake Forest 
(7); Corey Thomas, Duke (7); Joe Woods, Clemson (3), Octavus 
Barnes, North Carolina (2). 

T Tom Dombalis, N.C. State (62). 

G Chad Melita, Duke (42), Ken Celaj, Georgia Tech (8), Doug Marsigli, 
Wake Forest (2); Jerness Gethers, North Carolina (1); Aaron Henne, 
Maryland (1). 

C Kevin Long, Florida State (60); Tom Locklin, Virginia (2). 

TE Mark Thomas, N.C. State (31); Jeff Hodrick, Duke (24), Melvin 
Pearsall, Florida State (4). 

QB Brian Kuklick, Wake Forest (5), Joe Hamilton, Georgia Tech (2), 
Nealon Green, Clemson (1). 

RB Tremayne Stephens, N.C. State (9); C.J. Williams, Georgia Tech (1). 

PK Scott Bentley, Florida State (37). 



DL Jermaine Miles, Georgia Tech (53 points); Eric Ogbogu, Maryland 
(41), Raymond White, Clemson (33), Jon Harris, Virginia (21); 
Derrick Shepard, Georgia Tech (16), Tony Dingle, Virginia (9), Mike 
Pnngley, North Carolina (9); George Williams, N.C. State (9); Chris 
Combs, Duke (8), Vonnie Holliday, North Carolina (4); Connell Spain, 
Florida State (4); Brett Williams, Clemson (2); Johnnie Hicks, 
Maryland (1). 

LB Keith Brooking, Georgia Tech (49); Billy Granville, Duke (24); 

Ratcliff Thomas, Maryland (22); Ron Rogers, Georgia Tech (22); 
James Hamilton, North Carolina (22); Henri Crockett, Florida State 
(17); Morocco Brown, N.C. State (13); Eric Barton, Maryland (7), 
Kelvin Moses, Wake Forest, (7); Duan Everett, N.C. State (3). 

DB Shevin Smith, Florida State (67), Chad Scott, Maryland (41): 

Hassan Shamsid-Dean, N.C. State (40); Andreal Johnson, Maryland 
(39); Tawambi Settles, Duke (28); D'Angelo Solomon, Wake Forest 
(14); Kenny Harris, N.C. State (4); Jimmy Clements, Georgia Tech 
(3); Steve Phelan, Virginia (2); James Colzie, Florida State (2); Brian 
Wilkins, Georgia Tech (2); Mike Dee, Georgia Tech (1); Sean Hamlet, 
Florida State (1); Tom Steutzer, Wake Forest (1). 

P Sean Liss, Florida State (52). 

SP Alvis Whitted, N.C. State (50), Dexter Jackson, Florida State (39), 
Chad Scott, Maryland (7), Harvey Middleton, Georgia Tech (3), 
Dean Feaster, Florida State (3), Charlie Rogers, Georgia Tech (1). 



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The Atlantic Coast Conference 




Consistency. It's the mark of true excellence in any 
endeavor. 

However, in today's world of intercollegiate athletics, 
competition has become so balanced and so competitive 
that it is virtually impossible to maintain a high level of 
consistency. 

Yet the Atlantic Coast Conference has defied the 
odds. Founded on May 8, 1953 and now in its 45th year 
of competition, the ACC has long enjoyed the reputation 
as one of the strongest and most competitive 
intercollegiate conferences in the nation. And that is not 
just mere conjecture, the numbers support it. 

Atlantic Coast Conference schools have captured 59 
NCAA and AIAW Championships, including 27 
championships in men's sports and 32 in women's sports. 
In addition, 100 men and 24 women have earned the 
coveted title of NCAA Champion. 

The University of Maryland and the ACC had an 
immediate impact on the national collegiate football 
scene in the fall of 1953 when the Terrapins claimed the 
first of what would be four national football 
championships. 

The ACC is one of only two conferences to capture 
three or more national football championships since 
1980. Clemson laid claim to the league's second national 
championship in 1981 and Georgia Tech followed suit in 
1990 while Florida State pocketed title number four in 
1994. 

The nine schools that take the field under the 
banner of the ACC have produced 322 First or Second- 
Team football Ail-Americans and 49 First -Team Academic 
All-Americans. ACC teams have had 1,358 players selected 
in the annual professional football draft, including 90 
first round selections. A year ago, 164 players from the 
nine current ACC schools played in the NFL during the 
regular season and playoffs. 

If success is measured in terms of wins and losses, 
then the ACC over the years has proven itself to be 
among the elite in Division I-A football. The ACC remains 
as the nation's winningest bowl conference as the nine 
current league teams are a combined 76-66-5 (.534) in 
post-season play, including a 22-16-1 mark since 1987. 

Two teams, Florida State and Georgia Tech, are 
among the nation's winningest bowl teams. Among teams 
with 16-or-more bowl appearances, the Yellow Jackets 
are No. 1 with a 17-8 (.680) post-season record while the 
Seminoles are fifth at 15-8-2 (.640). 

Outstanding Academics 

The ACC also stands at the forefront of intercollegiate 
athletics in terms of academic accomplishments of its 
student athletes. Eleven times in the past 17 years, an 
ACC member school has claimed the CFA Academic 
Achievement Award which is awarded to the CFA member 
institution with the highest graduation rate among 
members of its football team. 

This past year, Duke, for the ninth time, received the 
CFA Award with a perfect 100 percent graduation rate. In 
addition four other ACC institutions— Florida State, 
North Carolina, Virginia and Wake Forest were accorded 
honorable mention for having graduation rates of 70 
percent or better. 

1996-97 In Review 

The 1996-97 academic year concluded with the 
league pocketing three more national team titles and 
four individual NCAA crowns. In all, the ACC has won 26 



The Schools 

Clemson - Charter member of 
the Southern Intercollegiate 
Athletic Association in 1894, 
charter member of the Southern 
Conference in 1921, charter 
member of the ACC in 1953. 
Duke - Joined the SC in 
December 1928, charter member 
of the ACC in 1953. 
Florida State - Charter member 
of the Dixie Conference in 1948, 
joined the Metro Conference in 
July 1976, joined the ACC 
September 15, 1990. 
Georgia Tech - Charter member 
of the SIAA in 1894, charter 
member of the SC in 1921, 
charter member of the 
Southeastern Conference in 
1932, joined the ACC in July, 
1979. 

Maryland - Charter member of 
the SC in 1921, charter member 
of the ACC in 1953. 
North Carolina - Charter 
member of the SIAA in 1894, 
charter member of the SC in 
1921, charter member of the 
ACC in 1953. 

NX. State - Charter member of 
the SC in 1921, charter member 
of the ACC in 1953. 
Virginia - Charter member of 
the SIAA in 1894, charter 
member of the SC in 1921, 
resigned from the SC in 
December, 1936, joined the ACC 
in December, 1953. 
Wake Forest - Joined the SC in 
February, 1936, charter member 
of the ACC in 1953. 

ACC Office Staff 

Commissioner: John Swofford 

Associate Commissioner: Fred 

Barakat 

Assistant Commissioners: Bradley 

Faiicloth, Tom Mickle, Rick 

Chryst, David Thompson, Dee 

Todd. 

Service Bureau Staff: Brian 

Morrison, Emily Watkins, 

Conference Office Phone: 

(910) 854-8787. 



national team titles in the last seven years. 

The ACC's 1996-97 national champions were Maryland 
in women's lacrosse and North Carolina in women's soccer 
and field hockey. In addition the ACC had two other 
teams participate in national title games —Florida State 
in football and Maryland in men's lacrosse. Overall, the 
ACC posted a 54-48 (.529) mark in NCAA Tournament 
play. 

The ACC played at least one team in the Top 10 
nationally in 16 of the 24 sports sponsored by the 
league. Other records of note during the 1996-97 season 
include 84 teams participating at NCAA Championships, 
four bowl teams and 35 top 10 showings. 

Eight ACC teams in six different sports, representing 
five of the nine member institutions, earned a No. 1 
ranking during the course of the past academic year. 

The ACC Academic honor roll record was broken for 
the llth-straight year in 1995-96 as 1,410 student- 
athletes were recognized for their work in the classroom. 

The Championships 

With the addition of women's lacrosse in 1997, the 
ACC will conduct championship competition in 24 sports 
during the 1997-98 academic year - 12 for men and 12 
for women. 

The first conference championship was held in 
swimming on February 25, 1954. The league's inaugural 
men's basketball championship tournament was March 4- 
6, 1954. The tournament drew 36,00 fans over three days 
in the Greensboro Coliseum. The 1998 ACC Tournament, 
the 42nd annual tournament, will return to the 
Greensboro Coliseum, March 5-8. The coliseum has played 
host to 14 previous tournaments, with the last coming in 
1988. All eight games of the nation's most prestigious 
college basketball tournament will be televised nationally 
by ESPN. 

The ACC sponsors men's championships' in basketball, 
football, cross country, soccer, indoor and outdoor track, 
wrestling, baseball, swimming, tennis, golf and lacrosse. 
Women's sports were initiated at the conference level in 
1977. The league will sponsor championships for women 
in basketball, field hockey, soccer, swimming, indoor and 
outdoor track, tennis, golf, lacrosse and Softball. 

A History 

The Atlantic Coast Conference was founded on May 8, 
1953 at the Sedgefield Inn near Greensboro, N.C. with 
seven charter members— Clemson, Duke, Maryland, North 
Carolina, N.C. State, South Carolina and Wake Forest - 
drawing up the conference bylaws. 

The withdrawal of seven schools from the Southern 
Conference came early on the morning of May 8, 1953 
during the Southern Conference's annual meeting. On 
June 14, 1953, the seven members met in Raleigh, N.C. 
where a set of bylaws was adopted and the name 
officially became the Atlantic Coast Conference. 

On December 4, 1953, conference officials met again 
at Sedgefield and officially admitted the University of 
Virginia. The first, and only, withdrawal of a school from 
the ACC came on June 30, 1971 when the University of 
South Carolina tendered its resignation. 

The conference operated with seven members until 
April 3, 1978 when Georgia Tech was admitted. The 
Atlanta school withdrew from the Southeastern 
Conference in January of 1964. 

The ACC expanded to nine members on July 1, 1991 
with the addition of Florida State. 



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ACC Bowl Alliance Tie-in 




The Bowl Alliance was formed in 1995 to create a mechanism for provid- 
ing college football fans with the best possible bowl games, including a 
game between the two top-ranked college football teams, when possible, 
and to maximize the number of opportunities for a variety of high quality 
bowl match-ups. 

The Fed-Ex Orange Bowl, Nokia Sugar Bowl and Tostitos Fiesta Bowl have 
joined with the Atlantic Coast, the Big East Football, 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 Football, Big 12 and 
Southeastern conferences will appear in one of the aforementioned bowl 
games following the 1997 season. The remaining two at-large positions 
may be filled by any other college football team eligible for postseason 
competition including those teams in the Big Ten and Pacific 10 not com- 
mitted to the Rose Bowl, if they meet the following requirements: 

1) It has won at least eight 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 among the Top 12 bowl eligible teams in the Associated 
Press or the CNN/USA Today final regular season polls. 



3) Is ranked no lower in either the AP or 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 the Big East Football conferences, the conference tie- 
breaking procedure will be followed. 

The Alliance pairings will be announced on December 7. The selection 
order shall be as follows: 

Selections 1 and 2 Fed Ex Orange Bowl 

Selections 3 and 4 Nokia Sugar Bowl 

Selections 5 and 6 Tostitos Fiesta Bowl 

Mandatory 1 vs. 2 Pairing 

The Fed Ex Orange Bowl shall select any team ranked No. 1 in the AP 
and any team ranked No. 1 in the CNN/USA Today poll if the teams so 
ranked are different and two such teams are available. In any other case, 
the Fed Ex Orange Bowl shall select any team ranked No. 1 in either the 
AP or CNN/USA Today polls and any team ranked No. 2 in either the AP or 
CNN/USA Today polls if two teams so ranked are available. All other teams 
selected shall come from the pool of teams specified above and will be at 
the desecration of the participating bowls. 



1997 Football Bowl Lineup 



Date 


Bowl 


Participant 


Participant 




Kickoff 


TV 


Dec. 20 


Las Vegas 


WAC#3 


Open 




TBA 


ESPN 


Dec. 25 


Jeep Aloha 


Big 12 #5 


Pac 10 #4 




3:30 p.m. 


ABC 


Dec. 26 


Ford Motor City 


MAC#1 


Open 




8 p.m. 


ESPN 


Dec. 27 


Copper 


Big 12 #6 


WAC#2 




9 p.m. 


ESPN 


Dec. 28 


Poulan/Weed Eater 














Independence 


SEC #5 


Open 




8 p.m. 


ESPN 


Dec. 29 


Plymouth Holiday 


Big 12 #3 


Pac 10 #2 or 


WAC#1 


5 p.m. 


ESPN 


Dec. 29 


Carquest 


ACC #4 


Big East #3 




7:30 p.m. 


Raycom/TBS 


Dec. 30 


Builders Square Alamo 


Big 12 #4 


Big Ten #4 




8 p.m. 


ESPN 


Dec. 31 


Norwest Sun 


Pac 10 #3 


Big Ten #5 




2 p.m. 


CBS 


Dec. 31 


St. Jude Liberty 


Big East #4 


Conference USA #1 


3:30 p.m. 


ESPN 


Dec. 31 


Tostitos Fiesta 


Alliance #4 


Alliance #6 




7:30 p.m. 


CBS 


Jan. 1 


Outback 


SEC #3 


Big Ten #3 




11 a.m. 


ESPN 


Jan. 1 


Toyota Gator 


ACC #2 


Big East #2 




12:30 p.m. 


NBC 


Jan. 1 


Comp USA Florida Citrus 


Big Ten #2 


SEC #2 




1 p.m. 


ABC 


Jan. 1 


Southwestern Bell 


Big 12 #2 


PAC 10 #2 or 


WAC#1 


1:30 p.m. 


CBS 


Jan. 1 


Rose 


Pac 10 #1 


Big Ten #1 




5 p.m. 


ABC 


Jan. 1 


Nokia Sugar 


Alliance #3 


Alliance #5 




8 p.m. 


ABC 


Jan. 2 


Chick-Fil-A Peach 


ACC #3 


SEC #4 




3 p.m. 


ESPN 


Jan. 2 


Fed Ex Orange 


Alliance #1 


Alliance #2 




8 p.m. 


CBS 




The Alliance Bowls 

Fed Ex Orange Bowl 

January 2 (8 p.m. EST) CBS 
Pro Player Stadium (75,192) 
1997 Result: 
Nebraska 41, Virginia 21 

1997 Per Team Payout: 
$8,486,500 

1998 Projected Payout: 
$8,892,000 

Nokia Sugar Bowl 

January 1 (8 p.m. EST) ABC 

Louisiana Superdome 

(75,000) 

1997 Result: 

Florida 52, Florida State 20 

1997 Payout Per Team: 
$8,736,000 

1998 Projected Payout: 
$8,641,500 

Tostitos Fiesta Bowl 

December 31 (7:30 p.m. EST) 

CBS 

Sun Devil Stadium (73,656) 

1997 Result: 

Penn State 38, Texas 15 

1997 Payout Per Team: 

$8,846,500 

1997 Projected Payout: 

$8,641,500 



116 



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Ter p Hea d Coaches Year-by-Y ear : 'm 









































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k*£ 


-. 


^7H "^j 


* 




^B^ 




■- ■ 










i3 1 


WW 

**- 


4^ 


Hi 


* 

mm 
■r 
' t 


Eh i 


L* 


Bear Bryant 


Curley Byrd 




Jerry Claiborne 


Joe Krivak 


Tom Nugent Bobby Ross 


Jim Tatum 


Year 


Head Coach 


W 


L 


T 


Year 


Head Coach W 


L 


T 


Year Head Coach W L T 


Year Coach W L T PCT. 


1892 


W.W. Skinner 


1 


3 





1937 


Frank Dobson 8 


2 





1983 Bobby Ross 8 4 


1909 Barney Cooper 


1893 


S.H. Harding 


6 








1938 


Frank Dobson 2 


7 





1984 Bobby Ross 9 3 


E. Larkin 2 4 .333 


1894 


J.G. Bannon 


4 


3 





1939 


Frank Dobson 2 


7 





1985 Bobby Ross 9 3 


1910 R. Alston 5 3 1 .611 


1895 


NO TEAM 








194C 


Jack Faber 2 


6 


1 


1986 Bobby Ross 5 5 1 


1911 C. Donnelly 4 5 1 .450 


1896 


Grenville Lewis 


6 


2 


2 


1941 


Jack Faber 3 


5 


1 


1987 Joe Krivak 4 7 


1911-1934 


1897 


Grenville Lewis 


2 


4 





1942 


C. Shaughnessy 7 


2 





1988 Joe Krivak 5 6 


H.C. Byrd 122 86 16 .580 


1898 


J.F. Kenly 


2 


5 


1 


194: 


Clarence Spears 4 


5 





1989 Joe Krivak 3 7 1 


1935, 1940-1941 


1899 


S.M. Cooke 


1 


4 





1944 


Clarence Spears 1 


7 


1 


1990 Joe Krivak 6 5 1 


Jack Faber 12 13 4 .483 


1900 


F.H. Peters 


3 


4 


1 


194? 


"Bear" Bryant 6 


2 


1 


1991 Joe Krivak 2 9 


1936-1939 


1901 


E.B. Dunbar 


1 


7 





194c 


C. Shaughnessy 3 


6 





1992 Mark Duffner 3 8 


Frank Dobson 18 21 .462 


1902 


D. John Markey 


3 


5 


2 


1947 


Jim Tatum 7 


2 


2 


1993 Mark Duffner 2 9 


1942, 1946 Clark Shaughnessy 


1903 


D. John Markey 


7 


4 





1948 


Jim Tatum 6 


4 





1994 Mark Duffner 4 7 


10 8 .556 


1904 


D. John Markey 


2 


4 


2 


194S 


Jim Tatum 9 


1 





1995 Mark Duffner 6 5 


1943-1944 Clarence Spears 


1905 


Fred Nielson 


6 


4 





195C 


Jim Tatum 7 


2 


1 


1996 Mark Duffner 5 6 


5 12 1 .306 


1906 


Fred Nielson 


5 


3 





1951 


Jim Tatum 10 








104 Year Totals 525 454 42 


1945 Paul "Bear" Bryant 


1907 


C.G. Church 


3 


6 





1952 


Jim Tatum 7 


2 





.535 


6 2 1 .722 


1908 


Bill Lang 


4 


7 





1953 


Jim Tatum 10 


1 







1947-1955 


1909 


Barney Cooper, 








1954 


Jim Tatum 7 


2 


1 


Head Coaches Records 


Jim Tatum 73 15 4 .815 




E. Larkin 


2 


4 





1955 


Jim Tatum 10 


1 





Year Coach W L T PCT. 


1956-1958 


1910 


R. Alston 


5 


3 


1 


i95e 


Tommy Mont 2 


7 


1 


1982 W.W. Skinner 1 3 .250 


Tommy Mont 11 18 1 .383 


1911 


C. Donnelly, 








1957 


Tommy Mont 5 


5 





1893 S.H. Harding 6 01.000 


1959-1965 




H.C. Byrd 


4 


5 


1 


1958 


Tommy Mont 4 


6 





1894 J.G. Bannon 4 3 .571 


Tom Nugent 36 34 .514 


1912 


H.C. Byrd 


7 


1 


1 


195S 


Tom Nugent 5 


5 





1896-1897 


1966 Lou Saban 4 6 .400 


1913 


H.C. Byrd 


6 


3 





196C 


Tom Nugent 6 


4 





Grenville Lewis 8 6 2.563 


1967-1968 


1914 


H.C. Byrd 


5 


3 





1961 


Tom Nugent 7 


3 





1898 J.F. Kenly 2 5 1 .312 


Bob Ward 2 17 .105 


1915 


H.C. Byrd 


6 


3 





1962 


Tom Nugent 6 


4 





1899 S.M. Cooke 1 4 .200 


1969-1971 


1916 


H.C. Byrd 


6 


2 





1963 


Tom Nugent 3 


7 





1900 F.H. Peters 3 4 1 .434 


Roy Lester 7 25 .291 


1917 


H.C. Byrd 


4 


3 


1 


1964 


Tom Nugent 5 


5 





1901 E.B. Dunbar 1 7 .125 


1972-1981 Jerry Clairborne 


1918 


H.C. Byrd 


4 


1 


1 


1965 


Tom Nugent 4 


6 





1902-1904 D. John Markey 


77 37 3 .671 


1919 


H.C. Byrd 


5 


4 





196£ 


Lou Saben 4 


6 





12 13 4 .483 


1982-1986 


1920 


H.C. Byrd 


7 


2 





1967 


Bob Ward 


9 





1905-1906 Fred Nielson 


Bobby Ross 39 19 1 .669 


1921 


H.C. Byrd 


3 


5 


1 


1968 


Bob Ward 2 


8 





11 7 .611 


1987-1991 


1922 


H.C. Byrd 


4 


5 


1 


196S 


Roy Lester 3 


7 





1907 C.G. Church 


Joe Krivak 20 34 2 .375 


1923 


H.C. Byrd 


7 


2 


1 


197C 


Roy Lester 2 


9 





3 6 .333 


1992-1996 


1924 


H.C. Byrd 


3 


3 


3 


1971 


Roy Lester 2 


9 





1908 Bill Lang 


Mark Duffner 20 35 .367 


1925 


H.C. Byrd 


2 


5 


1 


1972 


Jerry Clairborne 5 


5 


1 


4 7 .364 




1926 


H.C. Byrd 


5 


4 


1 


1973 


Jerry Clairborne 8 


4 









1927 


H.C. Byrd 


4 


7 





1974 


Jerry Clairborne 8 


4 









1928 


H.C. Byrd 


6 


3 


1 


1975 


Jerry Clairborne 9 


2 


1 






1929 


H.C. Byrd 


4 


4 


2 


197C 


Jerry Clairborne 11 


1 









1930 


H.C. Byrd 


7 


4 





197/ 


Jerry Clairborne 8 


4 









1931 


H.C. Byrd 


8 


1 


1 


1978 


Jerry Clairborne 9 


3 









1932 


H.C. Byid 


5 


6 





197? 


Jerry Clairborne 7 


4 









1933 


H.C. Byrd 


3 


7 





198C 


Jerry Clairborne 8 


4 









1934 


H.C. Byrd 


7 


3 





1981 


Jerry Clairborne 4 


6 


1 






1935 


Jack Faber 


7 


2 


2 


1982 


Bobby Ross 8 


4 









1936 


Frank Dobson 


6 


5 
























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Won-Loss Log with Oppo nents 




OPPONENT 


W 


L T 


OPPONENT W 


L T 


OPPONENT 


W 


L T 


OPPONENT 


W 


L T 


Air Force Academy 


2 





Eastern High 4 


1 


Miami, Ohio 





1 


South Carolina 


17 


11 


Alabama 


1 


2 


Episcopal High 


4 


Michigan 


(1 


3 


Southern Methodist 


2 





Alabama-Birmingham 1 





Florida 6 


11 


Michigan State 


1 


4 


Swarthmore 





1 


Alexandria High 


1 





Florida State 


7 


Minnesota 


1 





Syracuse 


14 


18 2 


American University 





1 


Fort Monroe 


1 


Mississippi 


1 


1 


Tech High 


S 


2 


Auburn 


1 


2 


Fredricksburg College 2 





Mississippi State 


1 





Tennessee 


2 


5 


Bainbridge Naval 


1 


1 


Gallaudet 9 


6 1 


Missouri 


6 





Texas 





3 


Baltimore City College 3 





Georgetown 6 


L0 


Mt. St. Joseph's 


2 





Texas A&M 


(J 


2 


Baltimore Med. Coll. 





1 


Georgetown Prep 1 


1 


Mt. St. Mary's 


1 


4 


3rd Army Corps 


1 





Baltimore Poly Inst. 


3 


1 


George Washington 11 


3 


Mt. Washington 





1 


Tulane 


4 


2 


Baylor 


1 


1 


Georgia 3 


2 1 


Navy 


5 


14 


UCLA 


1 


1 


Bethel Military 


1 





Georgia Tech 3 


6 


New York University 


2 





Univ. of Maryland 


3 


2 1 


Boston College 


1 


1 


Gibraltar Ath. Club 


1 


North Carolina 


26 


32 1 


Vanderbilt 


4 


7 


Boston University 


2 





Gonzaga High 1 


1 


North Carolina State 24 


24 4 


Villanova 


8 


2 


Business High 


1 





Greenville Air Base 1 





Northern Illinois 


1 





Virginia 


37 


22 2 


Carnegie Tech 





1 


Guilford College 1 





Ohio University 


1 





Virginia Military 


14 


9 2 


Catholic University 


8 


1 2 


Gunton Temple Baptist 1 





Oklahoma 





4 


Virginia Tech 


15 


11 


Central High 


6 


2 


Hampden-Sydney 2 


2 


Olympia Athletic Club 1 





Wake Forest 


33 


11 1 


Charlotte Mltry Hall 


1 





Haverford 


2 


Orient Athletic Club 


2 





Walbrook Ath. Club 





1 


Chicago University 





1 


Houston 


1 


Pennsylvania 


1 


4 


Washington 





1 


Cincinnati 


2 





Indiana State 1 





Pennsylvania Military 2 


1 1 


Washington & Lee 


13 


5 2 


Clems on 


20 


23 2 


Indiana University 


2 


Penn State 


1 


35 1 


Washington College 


19 


3 1 


Clifton Athletic Club 


1 





Johns Hopkins 16 


11 5 


Pittsburgh 


3 


2 


West Virginia 


16 


16 2 


Colonial Athletic Club 


1 


Kentucky 3 


2 2 


Princeton 





2 


Western High 





1 


Connecticut 


1 





Lakehurst Naval Base 1 





Randolph-Macon 


l 1 


1 


Western Maryland 


17 


14 1 


Crescent Athletic Club 1 





Louisiana State 3 





Richmond Army 






Western Michigan 


1 





Curtis Bay C. G. 





1 


Louisiana Tech 


1 


Air Base 


1 





William & Mary 


1 


2 


Delaware 


3 


5 1 


Louisville 3 


1 


Richmond 


VI 


5 1 


Yale 


2 


8 1 


Dickinson 


1 





Marine Barracks 1 





Rock Hill College 


3 


1 1 








Duke 


23 


17 


Merchant Marine 1 





Rutgers 


4 


3 


Totals 


525 454 42 


Duquesne 


1 





Miami, Fla. 7 


7 


St. John's 


13 


11 











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Delbert Cowsette will find himself in the middle of many things this season. 



Brett White has the ability to stand 
alone; he was a standout as a junior and 
can stand above others as a senior. 



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119 



Terps Record vs. All Opponents 




Air Force (2-0) 
Home: 1-0. Away: 1-0 
1961. away, Maryland, 21-0 
1963, home. Maryland, 21-14 
Alabama (1-2) 
Home: 1-1, Away: 0-1 

1952, away, Alabama, 7-27 

1953, home, Maryland, 21-0 
1974, home, Alabama, 16-21 
Alabama-Birmingham (1-0) 
Home: 1-0 

1996, home, Maryland. 39-15 
Alexandria High (1-0) 
Home: 1-0 

1896, home, Maryland, 18-0 
American (0-1) 

Home: 1-0 

1918, home, American, 6-13 
Auburn (1-2) 

Away: 1-2 

1952, away, Maryland, 13-7 

1958, away, Auburn, 7-20 

1983, away, Auburn, 23-35 

Bainbridge Naval (1-1) 

Home: 1-1 

1943, home, Barnbndge, 0-46 

1946, home, Maryland, 54-0 

Baltimore City College (3-0) 

Home: 3-0 

1893, home, Maryland, 14-0 

1906, home, Maryland, 22-0 

1913, home, Maryland, 27-0 
Baltimore Medical College 

(0-1) 
Away: 0-1 

1897, Electric Park, Baltimore 
Medical, 0-10 

Baltimore Poly Institute (3-1) 
Home: 3-1 

1905, home, Maryland, 20-0 
1908, home, Maryland, 12-0 

1914, home, Bait. Poly, 0-6 

1915, home, Maryland, 31-0 
Baylor (1-1) 

Home: 0-1, Away: 1-0 

1955, away, Maryland, 20-6 

1956, home, Baylor, 0-14 
Bethel Military (1-0) 
Home: 1-0 

1896, home, Maryland, 20-10 
Boston College (1-1) 
Home: 0-1, Away: 1-0 

1985, away, Maryland, 31-13 

1986, home, Boston College, 
25-30 

Boston University (2-0) 

Away: 2-0 

1949. away, Maryland, 14-13 

1952. away, Maryland, 34-7 

Business High (1-0) 

Home: 1-0 

1896. home, Maryland. 34-0 

Carnegie Tech (0-1) 

Away: 0-1 

1921, away, Carnegie Tech, 0-21 

Catholic (8-1-2) 

Home: 5-0-1, Away: 3-1-1 

1910, home, Maryland, 20-0 

1911, home, tie, 6-6 

1914, home, Maryland. 6-0 

1915, away, Catholic, 0-16 

1916, home, Maryland, 13-9 

1919, home, Maryland, 13-0 

1920, away, Maryland, 14-0 

1921, away, Maryland, 16-0 

1922, away, Maryland, 54-0 

1923, home, Maryland, 40-6 

1924, away, tie, 0-0 
Central High (6-2) 
Home: 6-2 

1893, home, Maryland, 10-0 
1896, home, Maryland, 10-6 



1896, home, Maryland. 14-0 

1897, home, Maryland. 24-6 
1901, home, Central, 0-11 
1908, home, Maryland, 5-0 

1910, home, Maryland, 12-0 

1911, home, Central, 0-14 
Charlotte Hall Military (1-0) 
Home: 1-0 

1900, home, Maryland, 21-6 

Chicago (0-1) 

Away: 0-1 

1926, away, Chicago, 0-21 

Cincinnati (2-0) 

Home: 1-0. Away: 1-0 

1975, away, Maryland, 21-19 

1976, home, Maryland, 21-0 
Clemson (20-23-2) 
Home: 9-9-1, Away: 10-13, 

Neutral: 1-1-1 

1952, home, Maryland, 28-0 

1953, away, Maryland, 20-0 

1954, home, Maryland, 16-0 

1955, away, Maryland, 25-12 

1956, home, tie, 6-6 

1957, away, Clemson, 7-26 

1958, home. Clemson, 0-8 

1959, away, Maryland, 28-25 

1960, home, Maryland, 19-17 

1961, away, Maryland, 24-21 

1962, home, Clemson, 14-17 

1963, away, Clemson, 6-21 

1964, home, Maryland, 34-0 

1965, away, Maryland, 6-0 

1966, home, Clemson, 10-14 

1967, away, Clemson, 7-28 

1968, home, Clemson, 0-16 

1969, away, Clemson, 0-40 

1970, home, Clemson, 11-24 

1971, away, Clemson, 14-20 

1972, home, Maryland, 31-6 

1973, away, Maryland, 28-13 

1974, home, Maryland, 41-0 

1975, away, Maryland, 22-20 

1976, home, Maryland, 20-0 

1977, away, Maryland, 21-14 

1978, home, Clemson, 24-28 

1979, away, Maryland, 19-0 

1980, home, Maryland, 34-7 

1981, away, Clemson, 7-21 

1982, home, Clemson, 22-24 

1983, away, Clemson, 27-52 

1984, Memorial Stadium, 
Maryland, 41-23 

1985, away, Maryland, 34-31 

1986, Memorial Stadium, tie, 
17-17 

1987, away, Clemson, 16-45 

1988, home, Clemson, 25-49 

1989, away, Clemson, 7-31 

1990, Memorial Stadium, 
Clemson, 17-18 

1991, away, Clemson, 7-40 

1992, home, Maryland, 53-23 

1993, away, Clemson, 0-29 

1994, away, Clemson, 0-13 

1995, home, Clemson, 0-17 

1996, away, Clemson, 3-35 
Clifton Athletic Club (1-0) 
Home: 1-0 

1903, home, Maryland, 5-0 
Colonial Athletic Club (0-1) 
Home: 0-1 

1894, home, Colonial, 0-26 
Connecticut (1-0) 
Home: 1-0 

1942, home, Maryland, 34-0 
Crescent Athletic Club (1-0) 
Home: 1-0 

1892, home, Maryland, 12-0 
Curtis Bay Coast Guard (0-1) 
Home: 0-1 

1943, home, Curtis Bay, 7-13 



Delaware (3-5-1) 
Home: 2-0-1, Away: 1-5 
1899, away, Delaware, 0-32 

1901, away, Delaware, 6-24 

1902, home, tie, 0-0 

1903, away, Delaware, 0-16 

1904, away, Delaware, 0-18 

1905, away, Delaware, 0-12 
1917, home, Maryland, 20-0 

1947, home, Maryland, 43-19 

1948, away, Maryland, 21-0 
Dickinson (1-0) 

Home: 1-0 

1916, home, Maryland, 6-0 
Duke (23-17-0) 
Home: 10-4, Away: 11-9, 
Neutral: 2-4 

1932, away, Duke, 0-34 

1933, home, Duke, 7-38 

1941, Baltimore Stadium, Duke, 
0-50 

1942, away, Duke, 0-42 

1947, away, Duke, 7-19 

1948, Griffith Stadium, Duke, 
12-13 

1950, away, Maryland, 26-14 
1957, away, Duke, 0-14 
1960, home, Duke, 7-20 

1962, away, Duke, 7-10 

1963, Richmond, Duke, 12-30 

1964, away, Duke, 17-24 
1966, home, Maryland, 21-19 

1968, Norfolk, Duke, 28-30 

1969, home, Maryland, 20-7 

1970, away, Duke, 12-13 

1972, away, Duke, 14-20 

1973, Norfolk, Maryland, 30-10 

1974, Norfolk, Maryland, 56-13 

1976, away, Maryland, 30-3 

1977, home, Maryland, 31-13 

1978, away, Maryland, 27-0 

1979, away, Maryland, 27-0 

1980, away, Maryland, 17-14 

1981, home, Maryland, 24-21 

1982, home, Maryland, 49-22 

1983, home, Maryland, 38-3 

1984, away, Maryland, 43-7 

1985, home, Maryland, 40-10 

1986, away, Maryland, 27-19 

1987, home. Maryland, 23-22 

1988, away, Maryland, 34-24 

1989, home, Duke, 25-46 

1990, away, Maryland, 23-20 

1991, home, Duke, 13-17 

1992, away, Maryland, 27-25 

1993, home, Maryland, 26-18 

1994, away, Duke, 16-49 

1995, home, Maryland, 41-28 

1996, away, Maryland, 22-19 
Duquesne (1-0) 

Away: 1-0 

1947, away, Maryland, 32-0 

Eastern High (4-1) 

Home: 4-1 

1893, home, Maryland, 36-0 

1896, home, Eastern, 0-6 

1897, home, Maryland, 4-0 

1898, home, Maryland, 4-0 

1899, home, Maryland, 22-0 
Episcopal High (0-4) 
Home: 0-3, Away: 0-1 
1892, home. Episcopal, 0-16 
1896, home, Episcopal, 0-6 
1898, away. Episcopal, 0-37 

1900, home. Episcopal, 6-34 
Florida (6-11) 

Home: 2-1, Away: 1-7, Neutral: 

3-3 
1927, away, Florida, 6-7 

1933, Tampa. Florida, 0-19 

1934, Baltimore Stadium, 

ntl, 21-0 



1935, away, Maryland, 20-6 

1936, away, Florida, 6-7 

1937, home, Maryland, 13-7 

1938, away, Florida, 7-21 

1939, home, Florida, 0-14 

1940, away, Florida, 0-19 

1941, home, Maryland, 13-12 

1942, Griffith Stadium, 
Maryland, 13-0 

1944, away, Florida, 6-14 
1971, away, Florida, 23-27 

1974, Tampa, Florida, 10-17 

1975, Gator Bowl, Maryland, 
13-0 

1980, Tangenne Bowl, Florida, 
20-35 

1981, away, Florida, 10-15 
Florida State (0-7) 

Home: 0-3, Away: 0-3, Neutral: 

0-1 
1966, away, Florida State, 21-45 
1968, home, Florida State, 14-24 

1992, away, Florida State, 21-69 

1993, home, Florida State, 20-49 

1994, home, Flonda State, 20-52 

1995, away, Florida State, 17-59 

1996, Miami, Florida State, 
10-48 

Fort Monroe (0-0-1) 
Home: 0-0-1 
1904, home, tie, 0-0 
Fredricksburg (2-0) 
Home: 1-0, Away: 1-0 
1908, away, Maryland, 10-0 
1911, home, Maryland, 5-0 
Gallaudet (9-6-1) 
Home: 7-4-1, Away: 2-2 

1896, home, tie, 0-0 

1897, home, Gallaudet, 6-16 

1898, home, Gallaudet, 0-33 

1901, home, Gallaudet, 10-11 

1904, away, Maryland, 22-5 

1905, home, Maryland. 16-0 

1907, away, Gallaudet, 0-5 

1908, home, Maryland, 5-0 

1909, away, Maryland, 14-12 

1911, home, Maryland, 6-2 

1912, home, Maryland, 13-7 

1913, home, Gallaudet, 0-13 

1914, away, Gallaudet, 0-23 

1915, home, Maryland, 10-2 
1926, home, Maryland. 38-7 
1929, home, Maryland, 13-6 
Georgetown (6-10) 

Home: 3-6, Away: 0-1, Neutral: 

3-3 
1894, home, Maryland, 6-4 

1902, home, Georgetown, 0-27 

1903, home, Georgetown, 0-28 

1904, away, Georgetown, 0-22 

1906, Griffith Stadium, 
Georgetown, 0-28 

1907, home, Georgetown, 0-10 

1934, home, Maryland, 6-0 

1935, Griffith Stadium, 
Maryland, 12-6 

1936, home, Georgetown, 6-7 

1937, Griffith Stadium, 
Maryland, 12-2 

1938, home, Georgetown, 7-14 

1939, Griffith Stadium, 
Georgetown, 0-20 

1940, home, Georgetown, 0-41 

1941, Griffith Stadium, 
Georgetown, 0-26 

1949, home, Maryland, 33-7 

1950, Griffith Stadium, 
Maryland, 25-14 

Georgetown Prep (1-1) 
Home: 1-1 

1900, home, Georgetown, 0-5 
1900, home, Maryland, 15-0 



George Washington 

(Columbia) (11-3) 
Home: 6-2, Away: 1-0, Neutral: 

4-1 
1898, home, Columbia, 5-17 

1902, home, Maryland, 11-10 

1903, away, Maryland. 6-0 

1907, Griffith Stadium, 
Maryland, 11-0 

1908, home, George 
Washington, 0-57 

1909, Griffith Stadium, George 
Washington, 0-26 

1910, Griffith Stadium, 
Maryland, 6-0 

1948, Griffith Stadium, 
Maryland, 47-0 

1949, home, Maryland, 40-14 

1950, home, Maryland, 23-7 

1951, home, Maryland, 33-6 

1953, Griffith Stadium, 
Maryland, 27-6 

1954, home, Maryland, 48-6 

1955, home, Maryland, 19-0 
Georgia (3-2-1) 

Home: 1-0, Away: 2-1, Neutral: 

0-1-1 
1947, Gator Bowl, tie, 20-20 

1950, away. Georgia, 7-27 

1951, away, Maryland, 43-7 

1952, away. Maryland, 37-0 

1953, home, Maryland. 40-13 
1973. Peach Bowl, Georgia, 

16-17 
Georgia Tech (3-6) 
Home: 3-2, Away: 0-4 

1988, home, Maryland, 13-8 

1989, away, Georgia Tech, 24-28 

1990, home, Georgia Tech, 3-31 

1991, away, Georgia Tech. 10-34 

1992, home, Georgia Tech, 26-28 

1993, away, Georgia Tech, 0-38 

1994, home, Maryland, 42-27 

1995, away, Georgia Tech, 3-31 

1996, home, Maryland, 13-10 
Gibraltar Athletic Club (0-1) 
Home: 0-1 

1900, home, Gibralter, 0-17 
Gonzaga High (1-1) 
Home: 1-1 

1900, home, Gonzaga, 5-11 
1900, home, Maryland, 21-0 
Greenville Air Base (1-0) 
Away: 1-0 

1943. away, Maryland, 43-18 
Guilford (l-O) 

Home: 1-0 

1945, home, Maryland, 60-6 

Gunton Temple Baptist (1-0) 

Home: 1-0 

1903, home, Maryland, 21-0 

Hampden-Sydney (2-2) 

Home: 2-2 

1939, home, Maryland, 25-0 

1940, home, Hampden-Sydney. 
6-7 

1941, home, Maryland, 18-0 

1944, home, Hampden-Sydney, 
0-12 

Haverford (0-2) 
Home: 0-1, Away: 0-1 

1915, away, Haverford, 0-7 

1916, home, Haverford, 6-7 
Houston (0-1) 

Neutral: 0-1 

1976, Cotton Bowl, Houston, 

21-30 
Indiana State (1-0) 
Home: 1-0 

1982, home, Maryland, 38-0 
Indiana (0-2) 
Away: 0-1, Neutral: 0-1 



1934, away, Indiana, 14-17 

1935, Baltimore Stadium, 
Indiana, 7-13 

Johns Hopkins (16-11-5) 
Home: 1-2, Away: 8-5-2, 

Neutral: 7-4-3 
1892, Clifton Park, Johns 

Hopkins, 0-62 

1897, home, Johns Hopkins, 0- 
30 

1898, away, Johns Hopkins, 0-16 

1899, away, Johns Hopkins, 0-40 

1901, American Legion Park, 
Johns Hopkins, 0-6 

1902, American Legion Park, 
Johns Hopkins, 0-17 

1908, away, Johns Hopkins, 
0-10 

1909, away, Johns Hopkins, 0-9 

1910, away, tie, 11-11 

1911, home, Johns Hopkins, 3-6 

1912, away, Maryland, 13-0 

1913, away, Maryland, 26-0 

1914, away, Maryland, 14-0 

1915, away, Johns Hopkins, 0-3 

1916, away, Maryland, 54-0 

1917, away, Maryland, 7-0 

1918, away, tie, 0-0 

1919, away, Maryland, 13-0 

1920, home, Maryland, 24-7 

1922, away, Maryland, 3-0 

1923, Baltimore Stadium, tie, 
6-6 

1924, Baltimore Stadium, tie, 
0-0 

1925, Baltimore Stadium, tie 7-7 

1926, Baltimore Stadium, 
Maryland, 17-14 

1927, Baltimore Stadium, 
Johns Hopkins, 13-14 

1928, Baltimore Stadium, 
Maryland, 26-6 

1929, Baltimore Stadium, 
Maryland, 39-8 

1930, Baltimore Stadium, 
Maryland, 21-0 

1931, Baltimore Stadium, 
Maryland, 35-14 

1932, Baltimore Stadium, 
Maryland, 23-0 

1933, away, Maryland, 27-7 

1934, Baltimore Stadium, 
Maryland, 19-0 

Kentucky (3-2-2) 
Home: 2-1-1, Away: 1-1-1 
1931, home, tie, 6-6 

1954, away, Maryland, 24-0 
1956, home, Kentucky, 0-14 

1975, away, tie, 10-10 

1976, home, Maryland, 24-14 

1978, home, Maryland, 20-3 

1979, away, Kentucky, 7-14 
Lakehurst Naval (1-0) 
Home: 1-0 

1942, home, Maryland, 14-0 
Louisiana State (3-0) 
Home: 2-0, Away: 1-0 

1951, away, Maryland, 27-0 

1952, home, Maryland, 34-6 

1955, home, Maryland, 13-0 
Louisiana Tech (0-0-1) 
Neutral: 0-0-1 

1990, Independence Bowl, tie, 

34-34 
Louisville (3-1) 
Home: 2-0, Away: 1-1 

1978, away, Maryland, 24-17 

1979, home, Maryland, 28-7 
1988, home, Maryland, 27-16 
1995, away, Louisville, 0-31 
Marine Barracks (1-0) 
Home: 1-0 



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Terps Record vs. All Opponents 




1901, home, Maryland, 27-0 
Merchant Marine (1-0) 
Home: 1-0 

1945, home, Maryland, 22-6 
Miami, Fla. (7-7) 

Home: 1-0, Away: 6-6, Neutial: 
0-1 

1948, away, Maryland, 27-13 

1949, away, Maryland, 13-0 

1953, away, Maryland, 30-0 

1954, away, Miami, 7-9 

1956, away, Miami. 6-13 

1957, away, Maryland, 16-6 

1958, away, Maryland, 26-14 
1962, away, Miami, 24-28 
1970. away. Miami, 11-18 
1972, away, Miami, 8-28 
1982, home, Maryland, 18-17 

1984, away. Maryland. 42-40 

1985, Memorial Stadium, 
Miami, 22-29 

1987, away, Miami, 16-46 

Miami, OH (0-1) 

Home: 0-1 

1969, home, Miami, 21-34 

Michigan (0-3) 

Away: 0-3 

1985, away, Michigan, 0-20 

1989, away, Michigan, 21-41 

1990, away, Michigan, 17-45 
Michigan State (1-4) 
Home: 0-1. Away: 1-3 

1944, home, Michigan State, 0-8 
1944, away, Michigan State, 
0-33 

1946, away, Michigan State. 
14-26 

1949, away, Michigan State, 
7-14 

1950, away, Maryland, 34-7 
Minnesota (1-0) 
Nnitral: 1-0 

1977. Hall of Fame Bowl, 

Maryland. 17-7 
Mississippi (1-1) 
Home: 1-0, Away: 0-1 

1952, away, Mississippi, 14-21 

1953. home. Maryland. 38-0 
Mississippi State (1-0) 
Home: 1-0 

1979, home, Maryland, 35-14 

Missouri (6-0) 

Home: 2-0. Away: 3-0, Neutial: 

1-0 
1949, Gatoi Bowl, Maryland, 

20-7 

1951, home, Maryland, 35-0 

1952, away, Maryland. 13-10 

1953, away, Maryland. 20-6 

1954, home, Maryland, 74-13 

1955, away, Maryland, 13-12 
Mt. St. Joseph's (2-0) 
Home: 2-0 

1902, home. Maryland, 5-0 

1905, home, Maryland, 28-0 
Mt. St. Mary's (1-4) 
Away: 1-4 

1894, away, Mt. St. Mary's, 0-24 

1902. away. Mt. St. Mary's. 0-5 

1903, away, Mt. St. Mary's, 0-2 

1904, away, Maryland, 11-6 
1907, away, Mt. St. Mary's, 6-12 
Mt. Washington (0-1) 
Away: 0-1 

1906, away, Mt. Washington. 
0-29 

Navy (5-14) 

Home: 3-2, Away: 0-9. Neutral: 
2-3 

1905. away, Navy, 0-17 

1906. away, Navy, 0-12 

1907, away. Navy. 0-12 



1908, home, Navy, 0-57 
1913, away, Navy, 0-76 

1916, home, Navy, 7-14 

1917, away. Navy, 0-62 

1930, away. Navy, 0-6 

1931, Griffith Stadium. 
Maryland. 6-0 

1932, Baltimore Stadium. Navy, 
7-28 

1934, away, Navy, 13-16 

1950, home, Maryland, 35-21 

1951, Baltimore Stadium. 
Maryland, 40-21 

1952, home, Maryland, 38-7 

1958, Baltimore Stadium, Navy, 
10-14 

1959, Baltrmore Stadium, Navy, 
14-22 

1963, away, Navy, 7-42 

1964, home, Maryland, 27-22 

1965, away, Navy, 7-19 
New York University (2-0) 
Home: 1-0, Away: 1-0 
1916. away. Maryland, 10-7 

1918, home, Maryland, 6-2 
North Carolina (26-32-1) 
Home: 14-10, Away: 11-17-1, 

Neutral: 1-5 

1920, away, Maryland. 13-0 

1921, Baltimore Stadium, UNC. 
7-16 

1922, away, UNC. 3-27 

1923, home. Maryland, 14-0 

1924, away, Maryland, 6-0 

1925, Baltimore Stadium. UNC. 
0-16 

1926, home, Maryland, 14-6 

1927, away, UNC, 6-7 

1928, home, UNC, 19-26 

1929, home, UNC, 0-43 

1930, away, UNC. 21-28 

1935, Baltimore Stadium. UNC, 
0-33 

1936, away. UNC, 0-14 

1946. away, UNC. 0-33 

1947. Griffith Stadium. UNC. 
0-19 

1948. Griffith Stadium. UNC, 
20-49 

1950, away. tie. 7-7 

1951, home, Maryland, 14-7 

1953, away, Maryland, 26-0 

1954, home, Maryland. 33-0 

1955, away, Maryland, 25-7 

1956, away, UNC, 6-34 

1957, home. Maryland. 21-7 

1958, away, UNC. 0-27 

1959, home, Maryland, 14-7 

1960, away, Maryland, 22-19 

1961, home, UNC, 8-14 

1962, home, Maryland, 31-13 

1963, home. UNC, 7-14 

1964, NorfoUc, Maryland, 10-9 

1965, away. UNC, 10-12 

1967, away, UNC, 0-14 

1968, home, Maryland. 33-24 

1970, home, UNC, 20-53 

1971, away, UNC, 14-35 

1972, home, UNC. 26-31 

1973, away. Maryland, 23-3 

1974, home, Maryland, 24-12 

1975, away, Maryland, 34-7 

1977, home, UNC. 7-16 

1978, away, Maryland, 21-20 

1979, home. Maryland, 17-14 

1980, away, UNC, 3-17 

1981, home, UNC, 10-17 

1982, away, Maryland, 31-24 

1983, home, Maryland, 28-26 

1984, away, Maryland, 34-23 

1985, home, Maryland, 28-10 

1986, away, UNC. 30-32 



1987, home, UNC, 14-27 

1988, away. Maryland, 41-38 

1989, home, Maryland, 38-0 

1990, away, UNC. 10-34 

1991, away, UNC, 0-24 

1992, home, UNC, 24-31 

1993, away. UNC, 42-59 

1994, away, UNC, 17-41 

1995, home, Maryland, 32-18 

1996, away. UNC, 7-38 
North Carolina St. (24-24-4) 
Home: 12-10-2, Away: 12-12-1, 

Neutral: 0-2-1 
1917, Washington, D.C., NC 
State, 6-10 

1921, Baltimore Stadium, tie, 
6-6 

1922, away, Maryland, 7-6 

1923, away, Maryland. 26-12 

1924, home, tie, 0-0 

1946, away, NC State, 7-28 

1947, home, tie, 0-0 

1949, away. Maryland, 14-6 

1950, home, NC State, 13-16 

1951, home, Maryland, 53-0 

1954, away, Maryland, 42-14 

1956, away, Maryland, 25-14 

1957, home, NC State, 13-48 

1958, away, Maryland. 21-6 

1959, home, Maryland, 33-28 

1960, away. NC State, 10-13 

1961, home, Maryland, 10-7 

1962, away. Maryland, 14-6 

1963, home. NC State, 14-36 

1964, away. NC State. 13-14 

1965, home, NC State, 7-29 

1966, away. NC State, 21-24 

1967, home, NC State, 9-31 

1968, away, NC State, 11-31 

1969, home, NC State, 7-24 

1970, NorfoUc, NC State, 0-6 

1971, home. Maryland. 35-7 

1972, away, tie, 24-24 

1973, away, NC State, 22-24 

1974, home, Maryland, 20-10 

1975, home, Maryland, 37-22 

1976, away, Maryland, 16-6 

1977, away, NC State, 20-24 

1978, home, Maryland, 31-7 

1979, away, NC State, 0-7 

1980, home, Maryland, 24-0 

1981, away, Maryland, 34-9 

1982, home, Maryland, 23-6 

1983, away, Maryland, 29-6 

1984, home, Maryland, 44-21 

1985, away, Maryland, 31-17 

1986, home, NC State, 16-28 

1987, away, NC State, 14-42 

1988, home, Maryland, 30-26 

1989, away, NC State, 6-10 

1990, home, Maryland, 13-12 

1991, away, NC State, 17-20 

1992, home, NC State, 10-14 

1993, away, NC State, 21-44 

1994, home, NC State, 45-47 

1995, away, Maryland, 30-13 

1996, home, NC State, 8-34 
Northern Illinois (1-0) 
Home: 1-0 

1996, home, Maryland, 30-6 

Ohio University (1-0) 

Home: 1-0 

1965, home, Maryland, 24-7 

Oklahoma (0-4) 

Home: 0-1, Away: 0-1, Neutral: 

0-2 
1953, Orange Bowl, Oklahoma, 

0-7 

1955, Orange Bowl, Oklahoma, 
6-20 

1964, home, Oklahoma. 3-13 
1967, away, Oklahoma, 0-35 



Olympia Athletic Club (1-0) 

Neutral: 1-0 

1902, Washington, D.C., 

Maryland, 6-0 
Orient Athletic Club (2-0) 
Home: 2-0 

1893, home, Maryland, 16-6 

1894, home, Maryland, 30-0 
Pennsylvania (1-4) 
Away: 1-3, Neutral: 0-1 

1922, away, Pennsylvania, 0-12 

1923, away, Maryland, 3-0 
1937, Franklin Field, 

Pennsylvania, 21-28 

1940, away, Pennsylvania, 0-51 

1941, away, Pennsylvania, 6-55 
Pennsylvania Military 

(2-1-1) 
Home: 1-1, Away: 1-0-1 

1912, away, tie 13-13 

1913, home, PMI, 7-27 

1914, away. Maryland, 26-0 

1915, home. Maryland, 14-13 
Penn State (1-35-1) 
Home: 1-11. Away: 0-22. 

Neutral: 0-2-1 
1917, away, Penn State, 0-57 

1937, away. Penn State. 14-21 

1938, away. Penn State. 0-33 

1939, away, Penn State, 0-12 

1943, home, Penn State. 0-45 

1944. away. Penn State, 19-34 

1960, away. Penn State, 9-28 

1961, home, Maryland, 21-17 

1962, away. Penn State, 7-23 

1963, home, Penn State, 1517 

1964, away. Penn State. 9-17 

1965, home, Penn State, 7-19 

1966, away, Penn State, 7-15 

1967, home. Penn State, 3-38 

1968, away. Penn State, 13-57 

1969, away, Penn State, 0-48 

1970, home, Penn State, 0-34 

1971, away, Penn State, 27-63 

1972, away, Penn State, 16-46 

1973, home, Penn State, 22-42 

1974, away, Penn State, 17-24 

1975, home, Penn State, 13-15 

1977, away, Penn State, 9-27 

1978, away, Penn State, 3-27 

1979. home. Penn State, 7-27 

1980. home, Penn State, 10-24 

1982, away, Penn State, 31-39 

1984, away. Penn State. 24-25 

1985, home, Penn State, 18-20 

1986, away, Penn State, 15-17 

1987, Memorial Stadium, Penn 
State, 16-21 

1988, away, Penn State, 10-17 

1989, Memorial Stadium, tie, 
13-13 

1990, away, Penn State, 10-24 

1991, Memorial Stadium, Penn 
State, 7-47 

1992, away, Penn State, 13-49 

1993, home, Penn State, 7-70 
Pittsburgh (3-2) 

Home: 2-0, Away: 1-2 
1980, away. Pitt. 9-38 

1983, home, Maryland, 13-7 
1986. away. Maryland, 10-7 

1991, away, Pitt, 20-24 

1992. home, Maryland, 47-34 
Princeton (0-2) 

Away: 0-2 

1920, away. Princeton, 0-35 

1922, away. Princeton, 0-26 
Randolph-Macon (2-0-1) 
Home: 2-0-1 

1904, home, tie, 0-0 

1920, home, Maryland, 54-0 

1923, home. Maryland. 53-0 



Richmond Army Air Base 
(1-0) 

Home: 1-0 

1943. home, Maryland, 19-6 
Richmond (12-5-1) 
Home: 7-2, Away: 5-3-1 

1907, away, Richmond, 5-11 

1908, away, Richmond, 0-22 

1909, away, Richmond, 0-12 

1910, away, Maryland, 22-0 

1911, home, Maryland, 12-0 

1912, home, Maryland, 46-0 

1913, home, Maryland, 450 

1922, away, tie, 0-0 

1923, home, Maryland, 23-0 

1924, home, Maryland, 38-0 
1936, away, Maryland, 12-0 

1938, home, Richmond, 6-19 

1945, away, Maryland, 21-0 

1946, home, Richmond, 7-37 

1947, home, Maryland, 18-6 

1948, away, Maryland, 19-0 

1976, home, Maryland, 31-7 

1977, away, Maryland, 27-24 
Rock Hill (3-1-1) 

Home: 2-1, Away: 1-0-1 
1898, away, tie, 12-12 

1898, home, Maryland, 27-0 
1901, home. Rock Hill. 5-16 
1906, away. Maryland, 16-0 

1909, home, Maryland, 5-0 
Rutgers (4-3) 

Home: 1-0, Away: 1-3, Neutral: 
,'-0 

1920, away, Rutgers, 0-6 

1921, away, Maryland, 3-0 

1925, Philadelphia, Maryland, 
16-0 

1939, away, Rutgers. 12-25 

1940, Baltimore Stadium, 
Maryland, 14-7 

1941, away, Rutgers, 0-20 

1942, home, Maryland, 27-13 
St. John's (18-11) 

Home: 13-4, Away: 4-7, 
Neutral: 1-0 

1892, away, St. John's, 0-50 

1893, home, Maryland, 6-0 

1894, away. St. John's. 6-26 
1897. away, St. John's, 4-6 

1899. away. St. John's. 0-62 
1903. away, St. John's. 0-18 

1905, home, Maryland, 27-5 

1906, away, Maryland. 20-4 

1907, home, St. John's, 0-16 

1908, home, St. John's, 0-31 

1910, away, St. John's, 0-6 

1911, home, St. John's. 0-27 

1912, away, St. John's. 0-27 

1913, away, Maryland, 13-0 

1914, away, Maryland, 27-14 

1915, home, Maryland, 27-14 

1916, home, Maryland, 31-6 

1917, home, Maryland, 14-3 

1918, Homewood Field. 
Maryland. 19-0 

1919, away. Maryland, 27-0 
1921, home, St. John's. 3-7 
1923. home. Maryland, 28-0 
1930, home, Maryland. 21-13 

1932, home, Maryland, 24-7 

1933, home, Maryland. 20-0 

1934, home, Maryland. 13-0 

1935, home, Maryland, 39-6 

1936, home, Maryland, 20-0 

1937, home, Maryland, 25-0 
South Carolina (17-11) 
Home: 11-2, Away: 6-9 

1926, away. South Carolina, 
0-12 

1927, home, Maryland, 26-0 

1928, away. South Carolina, 7-21 



1929, home, South Carolina. 
6-26 

1 Maryland, 19-13 
1946, home, South Carolina, 
17-21 

ind, 19-13 

1948, away, Maryland, 19-7 

1949, home, Maryland, 44-7 
1953, home, Maryland, 24-6 

ly, Maryland, 20-0 

1955, home, Maryland, 270 

1956, away. South Carolina, 0-13 

1957, away, Maryland, 10-6 

1958, home, Maryland. 10-6 

1959, away, South Carolina, 6-22 

1960, home, Maryland, 15-0 

1961, away, South Carolina, 
10-20 

1962, home, Maryland, 13-11 

1963, away, South Carolina, 
13-21 

1964, home, Maryland, 24-6 

1965, away, Maryland, 27-14 

1966, home, Maryland, 14-2 

1967, away. South Carolina, 0-31 

1968, home, Maryland, 21-19 

1969, away, South Carolina, 0-17 

1970, home, Maryland, 21-15 

1971, away, South Carolina, 6-35 
Southern Methodist (2-0) 
Home: 1-0, Away: 1-0 

1961, away, Maryland, 14-6 

1962, home, Maryland, 7-0 
Swarthmore (0-1) 
Home: 0-1 

1919, home. Swarthmore, 6-10 
Syracuse (14-18-2) 

Home: 6-9-1, Away: 6-9, 
Neutral: 2-0-1 

1920, away, Maryland, 10-7 

1921, away, Syracuse, 0-42 

1935, Baltimore Stadium, tie, 

0-0 

1936, home, Maryland, 20-0 

1937, Baltimore Stadium, 
Maryland, 13-0 

1938, away, Syracuse, 0-53 

1939, home, Syracuse, 7-10 

1955, away, Maryland, 34-13 

1956, home, Syracuse, 12-26 
1959, away, Syracuse, 0-29 
1961, home, Maryland, 22-21 

1965, home, Syracuse, 7-24 

1966, home, Syiacuse, 7-28 

1967, home, Syracuse, 3-7 

1968, away, Syracuse. 14-32 

1969, home, Syracuse, 9-20 

1970, away, Syracuse, 7-23 

1971, home, Syracuse, 13-21 

1972, away. Syiacuse. 12-16 

1973, home, Maryland, 38-0 

1974, away, Maryland, 31-0 

1975, home, Maryland, 24-7 

1976, away, Maryland, 42-28 

1977, home, Maryland, 24-10 

1978, away, Maryland, 24-9 

1981. home, tie, 17-17 

1982. away, Maryland, 26-3 

1983. home. Maryland, 34-13 

1984. home. Syracuse. 7-23 

1985. Cherry Bowl, Maryland, 
35-18 

1987, away. Syracuse, 11-25 

1988, away, Syracuse, 9-20 
1991, home, Syracuse, 17-31 
1994, away. Syracuse, 16-21 
Tech High (5-2) 

Home: 4-2, Neutral: 1-0 

1903, Washington. D.C., 

Maryland. 27-0 

1906. home, Maryland. 5-0 

1907, home, Maryland, 13-0 



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1908, home, Tech, 5-6 

1909, home, Tech. 0-11 

1911, home. Maryland, 6-0 

1912, home, Maryland, 31-6 
Tennessee (2-5) 

Home: 0-1, Away: 0-2, Neutral: 

2-2 
1951, Sugar Bowl, Maryland, 

28-13 

1956, away, Tennessee, 7-34 

1957. home, Tennessee, 0-16 

1974, Liberty Bowl, Tennessee, 
3-7 

1975, away, Tennessee, 8-26 

1983, Citrus Bowl, Tennessee, 
23-30 

1984, Sun Bowl, Maryland, 
28-27 

Texas (0-3) 

Home: 0-1, Away: 0-1, Neutral: 
0-1 

1959, away, Texas. 0-26 

1960, home, Texas, 0-34 
1978, Sun Bowl, Texas, 0-42 
Texas ASM (0-2) 

Home: 0-1, Away: 0-1 

1957, away, Texas ASM. 13-21 

1958, home, Texas ASM, 10-14 
3rd Army Corps (1-0) 
Neutral: 1-0 

1922, Homewood Field, Bait., 

Maryland, 7-0 
Tulane (4-2) 
Home: 3-0. Away: 1-2 
1933. away. Tulane. 0-20 
1973, home, Maryland, 42-9 

1978, home, Maryland, 31-7 
1981, away, Tulane, 7-14 

1994, home, Maryland, 38-10 

1995, away, Maryland, 29-10 
UCLA (1-1) 

Home: 1-0, Away: 0-1 

1954, away, UCLA, 7-12 

1955, home, Maryland, 7-0 
University of Maryland (3-2- 

1) 
1896, home, tie, 0-0 

1902, home, University of 
Maryland, 0-5 

1903, home, Maryland, 11-0 

1904, Baltimore, University of 
Maryland, 0-6 

1905, home, Maryland, 23-5 
1912, home, Maryland. 58-0 
Vanderbilt (4-7) 

Home: 2-1, Away: 2-5, Neutral: 

0-1 
1927, away, Vanderbilt, 20-39 

1931, away, Vanderbilt, 12-39 

1932, Griffith Stadium, 
Vanderbilt, 0-13 

1947, away, Maryland, 20-6 

1948, away, Vanderbilt, 0-34 

1980, home, Maryland, 31-6 

1981, away. Vanderbilt, 17-23 

1983, away, Maryland. 21-14 

1984, home, Vanderbilt, 14-23 

1986, home, Maryland, 35-21 

1987, away, Vanderbilt, 24-34 
Villanova (8-2) 

Home: 8-2 

1970, home, Villanova, 3-21 

1971, home, Villanova, 13-28 

1972, home, Maryland, 37-7 

1973, home, Maryland, 31-3 

1974, home, Maryland, 41-0 

1975, home, Maryland, 41-0 

1976, home, Maryland, 20-9 

1977, home, Maryland, 19-13 

1979, home, Maryland, 24-20 

1980, home. Maryland. 7-3 
Virginia (37-22-2) 



Home: 17-8-2, Away: 19-13, 

Neutral: 1-1 
1919. away, Maryland, 13-0 

1925, away, Virginia. 0-6 

1926, home, tie, 6-6 

1927, away, Virginia, 0-21 

1928, home, Maryland, 18-2 

1929, home, tie, 13-13 

1930, away, Maryland, 14-6 

1931, home, Maryland, 7-6 

1932, away, Virginia, 6-7 

1933, away, Virginia, 0-6 

1934, home, Maryland, 20-0 

1935, away, Maryland. 14-7 

1936, away, Maryland, 21-0 

1937, away, Maryland, 3-0 

1938, home, Virginia, 19-27 

1939, away. Virginia, 7-12 

1940, home, Virginia, 6-19 

1942, away, Maryland, 27-12 

1943, away, Virginia, 0-39 

1944, Griffith Stadium, 
Virginia, 7-18 

1945, Griffith Stadium, 
Maryland, 19-13 

1957, home, Maryland, 12-0 

1958, away, Maryland, 44-6 

1959, home, Maryland, 55-12 

1960, away, Maryland, 44-12 

1961, away, Virginia, 16-28 

1962, home, Maryland, 40-18 

1963, home, Maryland, 21-6 

1964, away, Maryland, 10-0 

1965, home, Virginia, 27-33 

1966, away, Virginia, 17-41 

1967, home, Virginia, 7-12 

1968, away, Virginia, 23-28 

1969, home, Maryland, 17-14 

1970, away, Maryland, 17-14 

1971, home, Virginia, 27-29 

1972, away, Maryland, 24-23 

1973, home, Maryland, 33-0 

1974, away, Maryland, 10-0 

1975, home, Maryland, 62-24 

1976, away, Maryland, 28-0 

1977, home, Maryland, 28-0 

1978, away, Maryland, 17-7 

1979, home, Maryland, 17-7 

1980, away, Maryland, 31-0 

1981, home, Maryland, 48-7 

1982, away, Maryland, 45-14 

1983, home, Maryland, 23-3 

1984, away, Maryland. 45-34 

1985, home, Maryland, 33-21 

1986, away, Maryland, 42-10 

1987, home, Maryland, 21-19 

1988, away, Virginia, 23-24 

1989, home, Virginia, 21-48 

1990, away, Maryland, 35-30 

1991, home, Maryland, 17-6 

1992, away, Virginia, 15-28 

1993, home, Virginia, 29-43 

1994, away, Virginia, 21-46 

1995, home, Virginia, 18-21 

1996, away, Virginia, 3-21 
Virginia Military (14-9-2) 
Home: 4-4-0, Away: 7-5-2, 

Neutral: 3-0 
1910, away, VM1, 0-8 

1916, home, Maryland, 15-9 

1917, away, tie, 14-14 

1918, away, Maryland, 7-6 

1927, away, Maryland, 10-6 

1928, away, tie, 0-0 

1929, away, VMI, 6-7 

1930, away, Maryland. 20-0 

1931, away, Maryland. 41-20 

1932, away, Maryland, 12-7 

1933, away, VMI, 13-19 

1934, Baltimore Stadium, 
Maryland, 23-0 

1935, away, Maryland, 6-0 



1936, home, VMI, 7-13 

1937, away, Maryland, 9-7 

1938, home, VMI. 14-47 

1939, away, VMI, 14-47 

1940, home. VMI. 0-20 

1941, home, VMI, 0-27 

1942, away, VMI, 0-29 

1943, Roanoke, Maryland, 34-21 

1944, Roanoke, Maryland, 8-6 

1945, home, Maryland, 38-0 

1971, home, Maryland, 38-0 

1972, home, Maryland. 28-16 
Virginia Tech (15-11) 
Home: 3-3, Away: 7-5, Neutral: 

5-3 

1919, home, Va. Tech, 0-6 

1920, away, Maryland, 7-0 

1921, Washington, D.C., 
Maryland. 10-7 

1922, away, Va. Tech. 0-21 

1923, Griffith Stadium, Va. 
Tech, 9-16 

1924, home, Va. Tech, 0-12 

1925, away, Va. Tech, 0-3 

1926, Norfolk. Va. Tech, 8-24 

1927, away, Maryland, 13-7 

1928, away, Va. Tech. 6-9 

1929, away. Maryland, 24-0 

1930, away, Maryland, 13-7 

1931, away, Maryland, 20-0 

1932, home, Va. Tech, 0-23 

1933, Norfolk, Va. Tech, 6-7 

1934, Norfolk, Maryland. 14-9 

1935, Baltimore Stadium, 
Maryland, 7-0 

1936, Roanoke, Maryland, 6-0 

1945, away, Va. Tech, 13-21 

1946, home, Maryland, 6-0 

1947, away, Maryland, 21-19 

1948, Griffith Stadtum, 
Maryland, 28-0 

1949, away, Maryland, 34-7 

1950, home, Maryland, 63-7 
1990, home, Maryland, 20-13 
1993, away, Va. Tech, 28-55 
Wake Forest (33-11-1) 
Home: 16-6, Away: 17-5-1 
1917, home, Maryland, 29-13 

1943. home. Maryland. 13-7 

1944, away. Wake Forest. 0-39 

1954, away, tie, 13-13 

1955, home, Maryland, 28-7 

1956, away, Maryland, 6-0 

1957, home, Maryland, 27-0 

1958, away, Wake Forest, 0-34 

1959, home, Wake Forest, 7-10 

1960, away, Maryland, 14-13 

1961, home, Maryland, 10-7 

1962, away, Maryland, 13-2 

1963, away, Maryland, 32-0 

1964, home, Wake Forest, 17-21 

1965, away, Maryland, 10-7 

1966, home, Maryland. 34-7 

1967, away. Wake Forest. 17-35 

1968, away. Wake Forest, 14-38 

1969, away. Maryland, 19-14 

1971, home. Wake Forest, 14-18 

1972, home, Maryland, 23-0 

1973, away, Maryland, 37-0 

1974, home, Maryland, 47-0 

1975, away, Maryland, 27-0 

1976, home, Maryland, 17-15 

1977, away, Maryland, 35-7 

1978, home, Maryland, 39-0 

1979, away. Wake Forest, 17-25 

1980, home. Maryland, 11-10 

1981, away, Maryland, 45-33 

1982, home. Maryland. 52-31 

1983, away. Maryland, 36-33 

1984, home, Maryland, 38-17 

1985, away, Maryland, 26-3 

1986, home, Wake Forest. 21-27 



1987, away, Maryland, 14-0 

1988, home, Wake Forest, 24-27 

1989, away, Maryland. 27-7 

1990, home, Maryland, 41-13 

1991, away, Maryland, 23-22 

1992, home, Wake Forest, 23-30 

1993, away, Maryland, 33-32 

1994, home, Maryland, 31-7 

1995, away, Maryland, 9-6 

1996, home, Maryland, 52-0 
Walbrook Athletic Club (0-1) 
Away: 0-1 

1901, away, Walbrook, 0-36 
Washington (0-1) 
Neutral: 0-1 

1982, Aloha Bowl, Washmgton, 

20-21 
Washington S Lee (13-5-2) 
Home: 6-3-2, Away: 3-2, 

Neutral: 4-0 

1924, home, W & L, 7-19 

1925, home, W S L, 3-7 

1926, away, W S L, 0-3 

1927, home, W 8 L, 6-13 

1928, away, Maryland, 6-0 

1930, home, Maryland, 41-7 

1931, home, Maryland, 13-7 

1932, away, Maryland, 6-0 

1933, home, Maryland, 33-13 

1934, away, W S L, 0-7 

1935, home, tie, 0-0 

1936, Baltimore Stadium, 
Maryland, 19-6 

1937, Baltimore Stadium, 
Maryland, 8-0 

1938, Baltimore Stadium, 
Maryland, 19-13 

1940, home, tie, 7-7 

1941, home, Maryland, 6-0 

1942, home, Maryland, 32-28 

1946, Baltimore Stadium, 
Maryland, 24-7 

1951, away, Maryland, 54-14 
1953. home. Maryland. 52-0 
Washington College (19-3-1) 
Home: 15-1, Away: 4-2-1 
1894, away, Maryland. 12-0 

1902, away, tie, 0-0 

1903, home. Maryland, 28-0 

1905, away, Washington, 0-17 

1906. home. Maryland, 35-0 

1907, away, Maryland, 10-5 

1908. home. Washington. 0-11 

1910, home, Maryland. 5-0 

1911, away, Washington, 5-17 

1912, away, Maryland, 1-0 

1913, home, Maryland, 2-0 

1914, away, Maryland, 3-0 

1915, home, Maryland, 28-13 
1920, home, Maryland. 27-0 

1924, home. Maryland, 23-0 

1925, home, Maryland, 13-0 

1926, home, Maryland, 63-0 

1927, home, Maryland, 80-0 

1928, home, Maryland, 31-0 

1929, home, Maryland, 34-7 

1930, home, Maryland, 60-6 

1931, home, Maryland, 13-0 

1932, home, Maryland, 63-0 
West Virginia (16-16-2) 
Home: 9-7-1, Away: 7-9-1 
1919. away, West Virginia, 0-27 

1943, away. West Virginia, 2-6 

1944, home, tie, 6-6 

1945, away, tie, 13-13 

1947, home, Maryland, 27-0 

1948, away, West Virginia, 14-16 

1949, home, Maryland, 47-7 

1950, away, Maryland, 41-0 

1951, home, Maryland, 54-7 

1959, home, Maryland. 27-7 

1960, away, Maryland, 31-8 



1966. home, Maryland, 28-9 

1969, away, West Virgina, 7-31 

1970, home. West Virginia, 
10-20 

1973, home, West Virginia, 
13-20 

1976, away, Maryland, 24-3 

1977, home, West Virginia. 
16-24 

1980, away, Maryland, 14-11 

1981, home, West Virginia, 
13-17 

1982, away, West Virginia, 
18-19 

1983, home, West Virginia, 
21-31 

1984, away, Maryland, 20-17 

1985, home, Maryland, 28-0 

1986, away, Maryland, 24-3 

1987, home, Maryland, 25-20 

1988, away, West Virginia, 
24-55 

1989, home, West Virginia, 10- 

14 

1990, home, Maryland, 14-10 

1991, away, West Virginia, 7-37 

1992, away, West Virginia, 
33-34 

1993, home, West Virginia, 
37-42 

1994, away, Maryland, 24-13 

1995, home, Maryland, 31-17 

1996, away, West Vugirua, 0-13 
Western High (0-0-1) 
Home: 0-0-1 

1900, home, tie, 0-0 
Western Maryland (17-14-1) 
Home: 7-5-1, Away: 3-5, 

Neutral: 7-4 

1893, away, Maryland. 18-10 

1894, home, Maryland, 52-0 
1896, away, Maryland, 16-6 

1898, away, Western Maryland, 
0-32 

1899, home, Western 
Maryland, 0-21 

1901, home, Western 
Maryland, 0-36 

1902, away. Western Maryland. 
6-26 

1903, Washington, D.C., 
Maryland, 6-0 

1904, away. Western Maryland, 
0-5 

1905, home, Western 
Maryland. 0-10 

1910, away, Western Maryland, 
3-17 



1911, home, Western Maryland, 
0-6 

1912, away, Maryland, 17-7 

1913, home, Maryland, 46-0 

1914, away. Western Maryland, 
13-20 

1915, home, Maryland, 51-0 

1918, Homewood Field, 
Maryland, 19-14 

1919, home, Maryland, 20-0 

1928, home, Maryland, 13-6 

1929, Baltimore Stadium, 
Western Maryland, 0-12 

1930, Baltimore Stadium, 
Western Maryland, 0-7 

1931, Baltimore Stadium, 
Maryland, 41-6 

1932, Baltimore Stadium, 
Western Maryland, 7-39 

1933, home, Western Maryland, 
7-13 

1935, Baltimore Stadium, 
Maryland, 22-7 

1936, Baltimore Stadium, 
Western Maryland, 0-12 

1937, home, Maryland, 6-0 

1938, Baltimore Stadium, 
Maryland, 14-8 

1939, Baltimore Stadium, 
Maryland, 12-0 

1940, Baltimore Stadium, 
Maryland, 6-0 

1941, home. tie. 6-6 

1942, home, Maryland, 51-0 
Western Michigan (1-0) 
Home: 1-0 

1989, home, Maryland, 23-0 
William 8 Mary (1-2) 
Home: 0-1, Away: 1-1 
1905, away. Maryland. 17-0 

1945, home, W & M, 14-33 

1946, away, W& M, 7-41 
Yale (2-8-1) 

Away: 2-8-1 

1919, away, Yale, 0-31 

1921, away. Yale. 0-28 

1922, away, Yale, 3-45 

1923, away, Yale, 14-16 

1924, away, Yale, 0-47 

1925, away, Yale, 14-43 

1926, away, Maryland, 15-0 

1927, away, Yale, 6-30 

1928, away. Maryland, 6-0 

1929, away, tie, 13-13 

1930, away. Yale, 13-40 




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1893: In just its second year of organized football, the Maryland Aggies finished the season wi 



I of 6-0. 



1892 (1-3-0) 
015 at St. John's L 
026 Crescent Athletic Club W 
N5 Johns Hopkins L 

(Clifton Park, Baltimore) 

N19 Episcopal High L 

1893 (6-0-0) 
012 Eastern High W 
021 Central High W 

026 Baltimore City College W 
Nl St. John's W 
Nil at Western Maryland W 
N17 Orient Athletic Club W 

1894 (4-3-0) 
010 Orient Athletic Club W 
012 Western Maryland W 

020 at Washington College W 

027 at St. John's L 
N7 Georgetown W 
N21 at Colonial 

Athletic Club L 

N29 at Mt. St. Mary's L 

1895 - NO TEAM 

1896 (6-2-2) 

010 Eastern High L 

017 Gallaudet T 

021 Business High W 
029 Central High W 
N4 Alexandria High W 
N10 Bethel Military W 

Episcopal High L 

N14 at Western Maryland W 

Central High ' W 

N21 University of Maryland T 



0-50 
12-0 
0-62 

0-16 



36-0 
10-0 
14-0 
6-0 
18-10 
16-6 



30-0 
52-0 
12-0 
6-26 
6-4 

0-26 
0-24 



0-6 

0-0 

34-0 

10-6 

18-0 

20-10 

0-6 
16-6 
14-0 

0-0 



016 
020 
030 

N13 
N17 
N20 



1897 (2-4-0) 
Central High 
Eastern High 
Johns Hopkins 
at St. John's 
Gallaudet 
Baltimore Medical 
(Electric Park) 



1898 (2-5-1) 

014 Columbia L 

015 at Western Maryland L 
Eastern High W 



24-6 
4-0 

0-30 
4-6 

6-16 

0-10 



5-17 

0-32 

4-0 



022 Gallaudet 

026 at Rock Hill 

029 at Johns Hopkins 

N2 at Episcopal High 

N5 at Rock Hill 



L 0-33 

T 12-12 

L 0-16 

L 0-37 

W 27-0 



014 
025 
028 

N8 
Nil 



1899 (1-4) 

Western Maryland 
Eastern High 
at Johns Hopkins 
at Delaware 
at St. John's 



0-21 
22-0 
0-40 
0-32 
0-62 



012 
020 
024 
030 
N12 
N13 
•;,'., 
H29 



05 

016 

019 

030 

m 

N13 
N16 

N23 



015 
018 
022 
025 

Nl 

N8 

N15 

N19 

N22 

N29 



1900 (3-4-1) 

Western High 
Gibralter Athletic Club 
Georgetown Prep 
Episcopal High 
Georgetown Prep 
Gonzaga High 
Gonzaga High 
at Charlotte Hall 
Athletic Club 



1901 (1-7-0) 
at Delaware L 

Gallaudet L 

Johns Hopkins L 

(American Legion Park) 



Central High 
Rock Hill 
US Marines 
at Walbrook 
Athletic Club 
Western Maryland 



L 
L 
W 

L 
I. 



1902 (3-5-2) 

Georgetown L 

Mt. St. Joseph's W 

Columbia W 

Olympia Athletic Club W 
(Washington, D.C.) 
at Washington College T 
at Mt. St. Mary's L 

at Western Maryland L 
University of Maryland L 
Johns Hopkins L 

(American Legion Park) 
Delaware T 



0-0 
0-17 

0-5 
6-34 
15-0 
5-11 
21-0 



W 21-6 



6-24 

10-11 

0-6 

0-11 
5-16 
27-0 

0-36 
0-36 



0-27 
5-0 

11-10 
6-0 

0-0 
0-5 

6-26 
0-5 

0-17 

0-0 



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1907: The Maryland Aggies of 1907. Curly Byid (holding the ball) would take over as head coach in 1911. Byrd coached for 23 years 
and compiled a career mark of 122-86-16. 



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1903 (7-4-0) 

528 Georgetown L 0-28 
02 Clifton Athletic W 5-0 

07 Gunton Temple W 21-0 
Oil Washington College W 28-0 
017 at St. John's L 0-18 
028 Tech High W 27-0 

(Washington. D.C.) 

031 at Columbia W 6-0 

N7 at Mt. St. Mary's L 0-2 

N14 Western Maryland W 6-0 

(Washington, D.C.) 

N21 University of Maryland W 11-0 

N27 Delaware L 0-16 

(Wilmington) 

1904 (2-4-2) 

S24 at Georgetown L 0-22 

01 Randolph Macon T 0-0 

08 at Fort Monroe T 0-0 
015 at Mt. St. Mary's W 11-6 
022 at Western Maryland L 0-5 
N5 University of Maryland L 0-6 

(Baltimore) 

N19 at Gallaudet W 22-5 

N26 Delaware L 0-18 

(Wilmington) 

1905 (6-4-0) 

07 Baltimore Poly InstituteW 20-0 

014 Gallaudet W 16-0 

021 Western Maryland L 0-10 

025 at Navy L 0-17 
028 Mt. St. Joseph's W 28-0 
N4 at William & Mary W 17-0 
Nil St John's W 27-5 
N18 at Washington College L 0-17 
N25 University of Maryland W 23-5 
N30 at Delaware L 0-12 

1906 (5-3-0) 

529 Tech High W 5-0 
06 Baltimore City W 22-0 
010 at Navy L 0-12 
013 Georgetown L 0-28 

(Griffith Stadium, 

Washington, D.C.) 

020 at Mt. Washington L 0-29 

N10 at St. John's W 20-4 

N17 at Rock Hill W 16-0 

N24 Washington College W 35-0 

1907 (3-6-0) 

S28 Tech High W 13-0 

Georgetown L 0-10 

05 at Richmond L 5-11 

09 at Navy L 0-12 
012 at Mt. St. Mary's L 6-12 

026 George Washington W 11-0 
(Griffith Stadium, 
Washington, D.C.) 

N9 at Washington College W 10-5 

N16 St. John's L 0-16 

N23 at Gallaudet L 0-5 




1926: In a series that started in 1894 and ended in 1932, Maryland recorded an all-time mark of 19-3-1 against Washington College. 
Maryland won this game 63-0. 



1908 (4-7-0) 

S26 Tech High L 5-6 

S30 Central High W 5-0 

03 at Richmond L 0-22 

010 at Johns Hopkins L 0-10 

014 Navy L 0-57 
017 Gallaudet W 5-0 
024 at George Washington L 0-57 
031 at Fredricksburg W 10-0 
N7 Baltimore Poly W 12-0 
N14 St. John's L 0-31 
N21 Washington College L 0-11 

1909 (2-4-0) 

525 Tech High L 0-11 
02 at Richmond L 0-12 
09 at Johns Hopkins L 0-9 
016 Rock Hill W 5-0 
023 George Washington L 0-26 

(Griffith Stadium, 
Washington, D.C.) 

N6 at Gallaudet W 14-12 

1910 (5-3-1) 

526 Central High W 12-0 
01 at Richmond W 22-0 
08 at Johns Hopkins T 11-11 

015 Catholic W 20-0 
019 George Washington W 6-0 

Griffith Stadium, 

Washington, D.C.) 

N5 Washington College W 5-0 

N12 at Virginia Military L 0-8 

N19 at St. John's L 0-6 

N24 at Western Maryland L 3-17 



1911 (4-5-1) 

Central High L 0-14 

Tech High W 6-0 

S30 Richmond W 12-0 

014 Fredricksburg W 5-0 

021 Johns Hopkins L 3-6 

028 Catholic T 6-6 

N4 St. John's L 0-27 

Nil at Washington College L 5-17 

N18 Western Maryland L 0-6 

N25 Gallaudet W 6-2 

1912 (7-1-1) 

S28 Tech High W 31-6 

05 Richmond W 46-0 

013 at Johns Hopkins W 13-0 

019 University of Maryland W 58-0 

026 at St. John's L 0-27 

N9 Gallaudet W 13-7 

N16 at Washington College W 1-0 

N23 at Western Maryland W 17-7 

N30 at Pennsylvania MilitaryT 13-13 

1913 (6-3-0) 

S27 Baltimore City W 27-0 

04 Richmond W 45-0 

Oil at Johns Hopkins W 26-0 

018 Western Maryland W 46-0 

025 at Navy L 0-76 

N8 at St. John's W 13-0 

N14 Washington College W 2-0 

N22 Gallaudet L 0-13 

N27 Pennsylvania Military L 7-27 
(Thanksgiving) 



1914 (5-3-0) 

S26 Baltimore Poly L 0-6 

03 CathoUc W 6-0 

010 at Western Maryland L 13-20 

024 at Johns Hopkins W 14-0 
027 at St. John's W 27-14 
N6 at Washington College W 3-0 
N14 at Gallaudet L 0-23 
N26 at Pennsylvania MilitaryW 26-0 

(Thanksgiving) 

1915 (6-3-0) 

S25 Baltimore Poly W 31-0 

02 atHaverford L 0-7 

09 at CathoUc L 0-16 

016 Gallaudet W 10-2 

023 Pennsylvania Military W 14-13 

030 St. John's W 27-14 

N6 Washington College W 28-13 

N13 Western Maryland W 51-0 

N25 at Johns Hopkins L 0-3 
(Thanksgiving) 

1916 (6-2-0) 

06 Dickinson W 6-0 

Oil at Navy L 7-14 

018 Virginia Military W 15-9 

025 Haverford L 6-7 
N9 St. John's W 31-6 
N16 CathoUc W 13-9 
N23 at New York UniversityW 10-7 
N30 at Johns Hopkins W 54-0 

(Thanksgiving) 



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mpspi! 










1950: Jack Scarbath scored the first touchdown in the new Byrd Stadium against Navy on September 30th. Maryland won 35-21. 



1917 (4-3-1) 

06 Delaware W 20-0 

013 at Navy L 0-62 

020 at Virginia Military T 14-14 

027 Wake Forest W 29-13 

N3 North Carolina State L 6-10 

(Washington. D.C.) 

N10 St. Johns W 14-3 

N17 at Penn State L 0-57 

N30 at Johns Hopkins W 7-0 

1918 (4-1-1) 

026 American L 6-13 

N2 at Virginia Military W 7-6 

N9 Western Maryland W 19-0 

(Baltimore) 

N16 New York University W 6-2 

N23 St. John's W 19-0 

(Baltimore) 

N28 at Johns Hopkins T 0-0 

(Thanksgiving) 

1919 (5-4-0) 

04 Swarthmore L 6-10 

Oil at Virginia W 13-0 

018 at West Virginia L 0-27 

025 Virginia Tech L 0-6 

Nl at Yale L 0-31 

N8 at St. John's W 27-0 

N15 Catholic W 13-0 

N22 Western Maryland W 20-0 

N27 at Johns Hopkins W 13-0 
(Thanksgiving) 



1920 (7-2-0) 

S25 Randolph Macon W 54-0 

02 at Rutgers L 0-6 

09 at Princeton L 0-35 

016 Washington College W 27-0 

023 at Virginia Tech W 7-0 

030 at North Carolina W 13-0 

N6 at Catholic W 14-0 

N13 at Syracuse W 10-7 

N25 Johns Hopkins W 24-7 
(Thanksgiving) 

1921 (3-5-1) 

01 at Rutgers W 3-0 

08 at Syracuse L 0-42 

015 St. John's L 3-7 

022 Virginia Tech W 10-7 

(Washington, D.C.) 

029 North Carolina L 7-16 

(Baltimore Stadium) 

N5 at Yale L 0-28 

N12 at Catholic W 16-0 

N19 at Carnegie Tech L 0-21 

N24 North CaroUna State T 6-6 

(Thanksgiving, Baltimore Stadium) 

1922 (4-5-1) 

S30 3rd Army W 7-0 

(Homewood Field, Baltimore) 

07 at Richmond T 0-0 

014 at Pennsylvania L 0-12 

021 at Princeton L 0-26 

028 at North Carolina L 3-27 

N4 at Virginia Tech L 0-21 

Nil at Yale L 3-45 



N18 


at Johns Hopkins 


W 


3-0 


N25 


at Catholic 


:; 


54-0 


N30 


at North Carolina StateW 


7-6 




(Thanksgiving) 








1923 (7-2-1) 






S29 


Randolph Macon 


VI 


53-0 


06 


at Pennsylvania 


w 


3-0 


013 


Richmond 


w 


23-0 


020 


Virginia Tech 
(Griffith Stadium, 
Washington, D.C.) 


L 


9-16 


027 


North CaroUna 


w 


14-0 


N3 


St. John's 


w 


28-0 


N10 


at Yale 


L 


14-16 


N17 


at North Carolina StateW 


26-12 


N24 


Catholic 


W 


40-6 


N29 


Johns Hopkins 


T 


6-6 




(Thanksgiving, Baltimore Stadium) 




1924 (3-3-3) 






S27 


Washington College 


W 


23-0 


04 


Washington & Lee 


L 


7-19 


Oil 


Richmond 


W 


38-0 


018 


Virginia Tech 


L 


0-12 


025 


at North Carolina 


W 


6-0 


Nl 


at Catholic 


T 


0-0 


N8 


at Yale 


L 


0-47 


N15 


North Carolina State 


T 


0-0 


N27 


Johns Hopkins 


T 


0-0 




(Thanksgiving, Baltimore Stadium) 




1925 (2-5-1) 






S26 


Washington College 


W 


13-0 


010 


Rutgers 
(Philadelphia) 


W 


16-0 



017 at Virginia Tech L 0-3 

024 at Virginia L 0-6 

031 North Carolina L 0-16 

(Baltimore Stadium) 

N7 at Yale L 14-43 

N14 Washington & Lee L 3-7 

N26 Johns Hopkins T 7-7 

(Thanksgiving, Baltimore Stadium) 

1926 (5-4-1) 

S25 Washington College W 63-0 

02 at South Carolina L 0-12 

09 at Chicago L 0-21 

016 Virginia Tech L 8-24 

(Norfolk, Va.) 

023 North Carolina W 14-6 

030 Gallaudet W 38-7 

N6 at Yale W 15-0 

N13 Virginia T 6-6 

N20 at Washington & Lee L 0-3 

N25 Johns Hopkins W 17-14 

(Thanksgiving, Baltimore Stadium) 

1927 (4-7-0) 

S24 Washington College W 80-0 

01 South Carolina " W 26-0 

08 at North Carolina L 6-7 

015 at Virginia Tech W 13-7 

022 at Virginia Military W 10-6 

029 Washington & Lee L 6-13 

N5 at Yale L 6-30 

N12 at Virginia L 0-21 

N19 atVanderbilt L 20-39 

N24 Johns Hopkins L 13-14 
(Thanksgiving, Baltimore Stadium) 

D3 at Florida L 6-7 

1928 (6-3-1) 

S29 Washington College W 31-0 

06 North Carolina L 19-26 

013 at South Carolina L 7-21 

020 Western Maryland W 13-6 

027 at Virginia Military T 0-0 

N3 at Virginia Tech L 6-9 

N10 at Yale W 6-0 

N17 Virginia W 18-2 

N24 at Washington & Lee W 6-0 

N29 Johns Hopkins W 26-6 
(Thanksgiving, Baltimore Stadium) 

1929 (4-4-2) 

S27 Washington College W 34-7 

05 North Carolina L 0-43 

012 South Carolina L 6-26 

019 Gallaudet W 13-6 

026 at Virginia Military L 6-7 

N2 Virginia T 13-13 

N9 at Yale T 13-13 

N16 at Virginia Tech W 24-0 

N28 Johns Hopkins W 39-8 

(Thanksgiving, Baltimore Stadium) 

D7 Western Maryland L 0-12 

(Baltimore Stadium) 

1930 (7-4-0) 

S27 Washington College W 60-6 

04 at Yale L 13-40 

Oil at North Carolina L 21-28 



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018 St. John's W 21-13 

025 at Virginia Military W 20-0 

Nl at Virginia W 14-6 

N8 Washington & Lee W 41-7 

N15 at Virginia Tech W 13-7 

N22 at Navy L 0-6 

N27 Johns Hopkins W 21-0 

(Thanksgiving, Baltimore Stadium) 

D6 Western Maryland L 0-7 

(Baltimore Stadium) 

1931 (8-1-1) 

S26 Washington College W 13-0 

03 Virginia W 7-6 

010 Navy W 6-0 

(Griffith Stadium, 

Washington, D.C.) 

017 Kentucky T 6-6 

024 at Virginia Military W 41-20 

031 at Virginia Tech W 20-0 

N7 atVanderbilt L 12-39 

N21 Washington & Lee W 13-7 

N26 Johns Hopkins W 35-14 

(Thanksgiving, Baltimore Stadium) 

D5 Western Maryland W 41-6 

(Baltimore Stadium) 

1932 (5-6-0) 

S25 Washington College W 63-0 

01 at Virginia L 6-7 

08 Virginia Tech L 0-23 

015 at Duke L 0-34 

022 St. John's W 24-7 

029 at Virginia Military W 12-7 

N5 Vanderbilt L 0-13 

(Griffith Stadium, 

Washington, D.C.) 

N12 Navy L 7-28 

(Baltimore Stadium) 

N19 at Washington & Lee W 6-0 

N24 Johns Hopkins W 23-0 

(Thanksgiving, Baltimore Stadium) 

D3 Western Maryland L 7-39 

(Baltimore Stadium) 

1933 (3-7-0) 

S30 St. John's W 20-0 

07 Virginia Tech L 0-14 

(Norfolk, Va.) 

014 at Tulane L 0-20 

021 at Virginia Military L 13-19 

028 Western Maryland L 7-13 

N4 at Virginia L 0-6 

Nil Duke L 7-38 

N18 at Johns Hopkins W 27-7 

N23 Washington & Lee W 33-13 

(Thanksgiving) 

D2 Florida L 0-19 

(Tampa) 

1934 (7-3-0) 

S29 St. John's W 13-0 

06 at Washington & Lee L 0-7 

013 at Navy L 13-16 

020 Virginia Tech W 14-9 

(Norfolk, Va.) 

027 Florida W 21-0 

(Baltimore Stadium) 



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1950: Halfback Bob Shemonski's 97 total points scored in the season led the team and conference and was sixth-best in the nation. 



N3 Virginia W 20-0 

N10 Virginia Military W 23-0 

(Baltimore Stadium) 

N17 at Indiana L 14-17 

N24 Georgetown W 6-0 

N29 Johns Hopkins W 19-0 

(Thanksgiving, Baltimore Stadium) 

1935 (7-2-2) 

S28 St. John's W 39-6 

05 Virginia Tech W 7-0 

(Baltimore Stadium) 

012 North Carolina L 0-33 

(Baltimore Stadium) 

019 at Virginia Military W 6-0 

026 at Florida W 20-6 

N2 at Virginia W 14-7 

N9 Indiana L 7-13 

(Baltimore Stadium) 

N16 Washington & Lee T 0-0 

N23 Georgetown W 12-6 

(Griffith Stadium, 

Washington, D.C.) 

N28 Syracuse T 0-0 

(Thanksgiving, Baltimore Stadium) 

D4 Western Maryland W 22-7 

(Baltimore Stadium) 



1936 (6-5-0) 

S26 St. John's W 20-0 

03 Virginia Tech W 6-0 

(Roanoke, Va.) 

010 at North Carolina L 0-14 

017 at Virginia W 21-0 

024 Syracuse W 20-0 

031 at Florida L 6-7 

N7 at Richmond W 12-0 

N14 Virginia Military L 7-13 

N21 Georgetown L 6-7 

N26 Washington & Lee W 19-6 

(Thanksgiving, Baltimore Stadium) 

D5 Western Maryland L 0-12 

(Baltimore Stadium) 

1937 (8-2-0) 

S25 St. John's W 25-0 

02 Pennsylvania L 21-28 

(Franklin Field) 

09 Western Maryland W 6-0 

016 at Virginia W 3-0 

023 Syracuse #17 W 13-0 

(Baltimore Stadium) 

030 Florida W 13-7 

N6 at Virginia Military W 9-7 

N13 at Penn State L 14-21 

N20 Georgetown W 12-2 

(Griffith Stadium) 

N25 Washington & Lee W 8-0 

(Thanksgiving, Baltimore Stadium) 



1938 (2-7-0) 

S24 Richmond L 6-19 

01 at Penn State L 0-33 

08 at Syracuse L 0-53 

015 Western Maryland W 14-8 

(Baltimore Stadium) 

022 Virginia L 19-27 

029 Virginia Military L 14-47 

N12 at Florida L 7-21 

N19 Georgetown L 7-14 

N24 Washington & Lee W 19-13 

(Thanksgiving, Baltimore Stadium) 





1939 (2-7-0) 






S30 


Hampden-Sydney 


W 


25-0 


07 


Western Maryland 
(Baltimore Stadium) 


W 


12-0 


014 


at Virginia 


L 


7-12 


021 


at Rutgers 


L 


12-25 


028 


Florida 


L 


0-14 


N4 


at Penn State 


L 


0-12 


Nil 


Georgetown 
(Griffith Stadium, 
Washington, D.C.) 


L 


0-20 


N18 


at Virginia Military 


L 


14-47 


N30 


Syracuse 
(Thanksgiving) 

1940 (2-6-1) 


L 


7-10 


S28 


Hampden-Sydney 


L 


6-7 


05 


at Pennsylvania 


L 


0-51 




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Terp Year-by-Year Results 





N14 


at Virginia 


W 


27-12 


020 


at Virginia Tech 


L 


13-21 


N21 


Washington & Lee 


W 


32-28 


027 


at West Virginia 


T 


13-13 










N3 


William & Mary 


L 


14-33 




1943 (4-5-0) 






N10 


Virginia Military 


W 


38-0 


S25 


Curtis Bay Coast Guard L 


7-13 


N24 


Virginia #13 


w 


19-13 


02 


Wake Forest 


w 


13-7 




(Griffith Stadium, 






09 


Richmond Army 








Washington, D.C.) 








Air Base 


w 


19-6 


Dl 


at South Carolina 


w 


19-13 


016 


at West Virginia 


L 


2-6 










023 


Penn State 


L 


0-45 




1946 (3-6-0) 






030 


at Greenville Air Base 


W 


43-18 


S28 


Bainbridge Naval 


w 


54-0 


N6 


at Virginia 


L 


0-39 


04 


Richmond 


L 


7-37 


N13 


Bainbridge Naval 


L 


0-46 


012 


at North Carolina 


L 


0-33 


N25 


Virginia Military 


W 


34-21 


018 


Virginia Tech 


W 


6-0 




(Roanoke, Va.) 






N2 


at William & Mary 


L 


7-41 



1951: Maryland defeated Tennessee 28-13 in the Sugar Bowl to complete an undefeated season. 



012 Virginia L 6-19 

019 at Florida L 0-19 

025 Western Maryland W 6-0 

(Baltimore Stadium) 

N9 Georgetown L 0-41 

N16 Virginia Military L 0-20 

N21 Rutgers W 14-7 

(Thanksgiving, Baltimore Stadium) 

N30 Washington & Lee T 7-7 

1941 (3-5-1) 

S27 Hampden-Sydney W 18-0 

04 Western Maryland T 6-6 

Oil Duke L 0-50 

(Baltimore Stadium) 

018 Florida W 13-12 

025 at Pennsylvania #12 L 6-55 

Nl at Rutgers L 0-20 

N8 Georgetown L 0-26 

(Griffith Stadium, 

Washington, D.C.) 

N15 Virginia Military L 0-27 

N20 Washington & Lee W 6-0 

1942 (7-2-0) 

S27 Connecticut W 34-0 

03 Lakehurst Naval W 14-0 

010 Rutgers W 27-13 

017 at Virginia Military L 0-29 

024 Western Maryland W 51-0 

031 Florida W 13-0 

(Griffith Stadium, 

Washington, D.C.) 

N7 at Duke L 0-42 



1944 (1-7-1) 

S29 Hampden-Sydney L 0-12 

07 at Wake Forest L 0-39 

014 West Virginia T 6-6 

021 Michigan State L 0-8 

N4 Virginia L 7-18 

(Griffith Stadium, 

Washington, D.C.) 

Nil at Michigan State L 0-33 

N18 at Penn State L 19-34 

N25 at Florida L 6-14 

N30 Virginia Military W 8-6 

(Thanksgiving, Roanoke, Va.) 

1945 (6-2-1) 

S28 Guilford College W 60-6 

06 at Richmond W 21-0 

012 U.S. Merchant Marine W 22-6 



N9 South Carolina L 17-21 

N16 Washington & Lee W 24-7 

(Baltimore Stadium) 

N23 at Michigan State L 14-26 

N30 at North Carolina State L 7-28 

1947 (7-2-2) 

S27 at South Carolina W 19-13 

03 Delaware W 43-19 

010 Richmond W 18-6 

018 at Duke #17 L 7-19 

025 at Virginia Tech W 21-19 

Nl West Virginia W 27-0 

N8 at Duquesne W 32-0 

N15 North Carolina #19 L 0-19 

(Griffith Stadium, 

Washington, D.C.) 

N22 atVanderbilt W 20-6 

N29 North Carolina State T 0-0 



Jl GATOR BOWL 
Georgia 



T 20-20 



1948 (6-4-0) 

S25 at Richmond W 19-0 

02 at Delaware W 21-0 

09 Virginia Tech W 28-0 

(Griffith Stadium, 

Washington. D.C.) 

016 Duke #18 L 12-13 

(Griffith Stadium, 

Washington, D.C.) 

023 George Washington W 47-0 

(Griffith Stadium, 

Washingotn, D.C.) 

029 at Miami W 27-13 

N6 at South Carolina W 19-7 

N13 North Carolina #6 L 20-49 

(Griffith Stadium, 

Washington, D.C.) 

N20 atVanderbilt L 0-34 

N27 at West Virginia L 14-16 

1949 (9-1-0) 

S24 at Virginia Tech W 34-7 

S30 Georgetown W 33-7 

08 at Michigan State #13 L 7-14 
022 at North Carolina StateW 14-6 

029 South Carolina W 44-7 

N5 George Washington W 40-14 

N12 at Boston Univ. #15 W 14-13 

N24 #15 West Virginia W 47-7 

D2 #14 at Miami W 13-0 
J2 GATOR BOWL 

Missouri W 20-7 
FINAL REGULAR SEASON POLL ttl4 

1950 (7-2-1) 
PRESEASON It 15 

S23 at Georgia L 7-27 

S30 Navy " W 35-21 

07 at Michigan State #2 W 34-7 

014 #8 Georgetown W 25-14 

(Griffith Stadium, 

Washington, D.C.) 

021 #8 North Carolina St. L 13-16 

028 at Duke W 26-14 
N4 #16 George WashingtonW 23-7 

Nil #18 at North Carolina T 7-7 

N18 at West Virginia W 41-0 

D2 Virginia Tech W 63-7 

1951 (10-0-0) 

PRESEASON #16 

S29 at Washington & Lee W 54-14 
06 #9 George Washington W 33-6 

013 #10 at Georgia W 43-7 

020 #7 North Carolina W 14-7 

027 #5 at Louisiana State W 27-0 

N3 #4 Missouri W 35-0 

N10 #3 Navy W 40-21 

(Baltimore Stadium) 
N17 #5 North Carolina StateW 53-0 

N24 #4 West Virginia W 54-7 
J 2 SUGAR BOWL 

#3Tennessee #1 W 28-13 
FINAL REGULAR SEASON POLL tt3 



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1952 (7-2-0) 

PRESEASON #2 

S20 at Missouri W 13-10 

S27 at Auburn W 13-7 

04 #3 Clemson W 28-0 

Oil #4 at Georgia #19 W 37-0 

018 #2 Navy #20 W 38-7 

025 #2 Louisrana State W 34-6 
Nl #2 at Boston UniversityW 34-7 

N15 #3 at Mississippi #11 L 14-21 

N22 #8 at Alabama #14 L 7-27 
FINAL REGULAR SEASON POLL #13 

1953 (10-1-0/3-0-0 ACC, 
Co-Champions) 

PRESEASON #9 

S19 at Missouri W 

S26 Washington & Lee W 

03 #3 at Clemson W 

010 #4 Georgia W 

017 #3 at North Carolina W 

023 #3 at Miami W 

031 #2 South Carolina W 

N7 #2 at George Wash. W 

(Griffith Stadium, 

Washington, D.C.) 

N14 #2 Mississippi #11 W 

N21 #2 Alabama #11 W 
Jl ORANGE BOWL 

#1 Oklahoma #4 L 
NATIONAL CHAMPIONS 



20-6 

52-0 
20-0 
40-13 
26-0 
30-0 
24-6 
27-6 



38-0 
21-0 



0-7 



1954 (7-2-1/4-0-1 ACC, 2nd) 

PRESEASON tt3 

S18 at Kentucky W 24-0 

01 #6 at UCLA #4 L 7-12 

09 #13 at Wake Forest T 13-13 

016 North Carolina W 33-0 

022 at Miami #16 L 7-9 

030 at South Carolina W 20-0 

N6 at North Carolina StateW 42-14 

N13 #17 Clemson W 16-0 

N20 #13 George WashingtonW 48-6 

N25 #10 Missouri W 74-13 
FINAL REGULAR SEASON POLL #8 





1955 (10-1-0/4-0-0 ACC 






Co-Champions 






PRESEASON #5 






S17 


at Missouri 


W 


13-12 


S24 


#5 UCLA #1 


W 


7-0 


01 


#1 at Baylor #20 


w 


20-6 


08 


#1 Wake Forest 


w 


28-7 


015 


#2 at North Carolina 


w 


25-7 


022 


#2 at Syracuse 


w 


34-13 


029 


#1 South Carolina 


w 


27-0 


N5 


#1 Louisiana State 


w 


13-0 


N12 


#2 at Clemson 


w 


25-12 


N19 


#2 George Washington W 


19-0 


J2 


ORANGE BOWL 








#3 Oklahoma #1 


L 


6-20 


TWA 


L REGULAR SEASON POLL #3 





1956 (2-7-1/2-2-1 ACC, 4th) 
PRESEASON #6 

S22 Syracuse L 12-26 

S29 at Wake Forest W 6-0 

06 Baylor #16 L 0-14 




1952: Dick Modzelewski and Jack Scarbath earned consensus All-America honors this season. In addition, Modzelewski was the John 
B. Outland Trophy winner and Scarbath finished second in the Heisman Trophy vote. 



012 

020 

027 

N3 

N10 

N17 



at Miami #11 
at North Carolina 
at Tennessee #4 
Kentucky 
Clemson #11 
at South Carolina 



6-13 

6-34 
7-34 
0-14 
6-6 
0-13 



N22 at North Carolina St. W 25-14 



1957 (5-5-0/4-2-0 ACCtie 3rd) 



S21 


at Texas A&M #2 


S28 


North Carolina State 


05 


at Duke #4 


012 


Wake Forest 


019 


North Carolina #14 


026 


Tennessee 


N2 


at South Carolina 


N9 


at Clemson 


N15 


at Miami 


N23 


Virginia 



L 
L 
L 

'.',' 
W 
L 
v; 
L 
W 
IV 



13-21 
13-48 
0-14 
27-0 
21-7 
0-16 
10-6 
7-26 
16-6 
12-0 



1958 (4-6-0/3-3-0 ACC, 5th) 



S20 

S27 

04 

Oil 

018 

025 

Nl 

N8 

N14 
N22 



at Wake Forest L 

at North Carolina StateW 



Clemson #10 

Texas A&M 

at North Carolina 

at Auburn #5 

South Carolina 

Navy 

(Baltimore Stadium) 

at Miami 

at Virginia 



0-34 

21-6 

0-8 

10-14 
0-27 
7-20 
10-6 

10-14 

26-14 
44-6 



1959 (5-5-0/4-2-0 ACC, 3rd) 

S19 West Virginia W 27-7 

S26 at Texas #15 L 0-26 

03 at Syracuse #20 L 0-29 

010 Wake Forest L 7-10 

017 North Carolina W 14-7 

031 at South Carolina L 6-22 

N7 Navy L 14-22 
(Baltimore Stadium) 



N14 at Clemson #11 W 28-25 

N21 Virginia W 55-12 

D5 North Carolina State W 33-28 



S17 

S24 

01 

08 

015 

022 

029 

N5 

N12 

N19 



1960 (6-4-0/5-2-0 ACC, 3rd) 

at West Virginia W 

Texas #15 L 

Duke L 

at North Carolina State L 



Clemson #8 W 

at Wake Forest W 

South Carolina W 

at Penn State L 

at North Carolina W 

at Virginia W 

NOTE: 1961-1967 ONLY TOP 10 TEAMS 

WERE RANKED 



31-8 

0-34 

7-20 

10-13 

19-17 

14-13 

15-0 

9-28 

22-19 

44-12 



1961 (7-3-0/3-3-0 ACC, 3rd) 
S23 at Southern Methodist W 14-6 
S30 at Clemson W 24-21 

07 Syracuse #7 W 22-21 



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1953 



National Champs 




1953: Maryland was ranked No. 9 in the pre-season in 1953. The Terrapins finished with a 10-1 mark and claimed the national 
championship. Maryland outscored its opponents 298-38. 



014 #10 North Carolina L 8-14 

021 at Air Force W 21-0 

028 at South Carolina L 10-20 

N4 Penn State W 21-17 

Nil North Carolina State W 10-7 

N18 Wake Forest W 10-7 

N25 at Virginia L 16-28 

1962 (6-4-0/5-2-0 ACC. 3rd) 
S22 Southern Methodist W 7-0 
S29 at Wake Forest W 13-2 
06 at North Carolina St. W 14-6 
013 North Carolina W 31-13 
019 at Miami L 24-28 
027 South Carolina W 13-11 
N3 at Penn State L 7-23 
N10 at Duke L 7-10 
N17 Clemson L 14-17 
N24 Virginia W 40-18 

1963 (3-7-0/2-5-0 ACC, 5th) 
S21 North Carolina State L 14-36 
S28 at South Carolina L 13-21 
05 Duke L 12-30 

(Richmond, Va.) 

012 North Carolina L 7-14 

019 Ail Force W 21-14 



026 

N2 

N9 

N16 

N23 



at Wake Forest 
Penn State 
at Navy #4 
at Clemson 
Virginia 



W 32-0 

L 15-17 

L 7-42 

L 6-21 

W 21-6 



1964 (5-5-0/4-3-0 ACC, tie 3rd) 
S19 Oklahoma #2 L 3-13 
S26 South Carolina W 24-6 
03 at North Carolina State L 13-14 
010 at Duke L 17-24 
017 North Carolina W 10-9 

(Norfolk, Va.) 

024 Wake Forest L 17-21 

031 at Penn State L 9-17 

N7 Navy W 27-22 

N14 Clemson W 34-0 

N21 at Virginia W 10-0 

1965 (4-6-0/3-3-0 ACC, tie 5th) 

S25 Ohio University W 24-7 

02 Syracuse L 7-24 

09 at Wake Forest W 10-7 

016 at North Carolina L 10-12 

023 North Carolina State L 7-29 

030 at South Carolina W 27-14 

N6 at Navy L 7-19 



N13 at Clemson 
N20 Virginia 
D4 Penn State 



W 6-0 
L 27-33 
L 7-19 



1966 (4-6-0/3-3-0 ACC, tie 3rd) 

SI 7 at Penn State L 7-15 

S24 Wake Forest W 34-7 

01 Syracuse L 7-28 

08 Duke W 21-19 

015 West Virginia W 28-9 

029 South Carolina W 14-2 

N5 at North Carolina State L 21-24 

N12 Clemson L 10-14 

N19 at Virginia L 17-41 

N26 at Florida State L 21-45 

1967 (0-9-0/0-6-0 ACC, 8th) 

S30 at Oklahoma L 0-35 

07 Syracuse L 3-7 

014 North Carolina State #9L 9-31 

021 at North Carolina L 0-14 

028 at South Carolina L 0-31 

N4 Penn State L 3-38 

Nil at Clemson L 7-28 

N17 at Wake Forest L 17-35 

N25 Virginia L 7-12 



1968 (2-8-0/2-4-0 ACC, 7th) 

521 Florida State L 14-24 
S28 at Syracuse L 14-32 
05 Duke L 28-30 

(Norfolk, Va.) 

012 North Carolina W 33-24 

019 South Carolina W 21-19 

026 at North Carolina State L 11-31 

N2 at Wake Forest L 14-38 

N9 Clemson L 0-16 

N16 Penn State 83 L 13-57 

N23 at Virginia L 23-28 

1969 (3-7-0/3-3-0 ACC, tie 3rd) 

S20 at West Virginia L 7-31 

S27 North Carolina State L 7-24 

04 at Wake Forest W 19-14 

Oil Syracuse L 9-20 

018 Duke W 20-7 

025 at South Carolina L 0-17 

Nl at Clemson L 0-40 

N8 Miami (Ohio) L 21-34 

N15 at Penn State #5 L 0-48 

N22 Virginia W 17-14 

1970 (2-9-0/2-4-0 ACC, tie 6th) 
S12 Villanova L 3-21 
S19 at Duke L 12-13 
S26 North Carolina L 20-53 
02 at Miami L 11-18 
010 at Syracuse L 7-23 
017 South Carolina W 21-15 
024 North Carolina State L 0-6 

(Norfolk, Va.) 

031 Clemson L 11-24 

N7 Penn State L 0-34 

N21 at Virginia W 17-14 

N28 West Virginia L 10-20 

1971 (2-9-0/1-4-0 ACC, 7th) 
Sll Villanova L 13-28 
S18 North Carolina State W 35-7 
S25 at North Carolina L 14-35 
02 Wake Forest L 14-18 
09 Syracuse L 13-21 
016 at South Carolina L 6-35 
023 at Florida L 23-27 
030 Virginia Military W 38-0 
N6 at Penn State #6 L 27-63 
N13 at Clemson L 14-20 
N20 Virginia L 27-29 

1972 ( 5-5-1/3-2-1 ACC, 3rd) 

S9 at North Carolina State T 24-24 

S16 North Carolina L 26-31 

S23 Virginia Military W 28-16 

S30 at Syracuse L 12-16 

07 Wake Forest W 23-0 

014 Villanova W 37-7 

021 at Duke L 14-20 

028 at Virginia W 24-23 

N4 at Penn State #10 L 16-46 

Nil Clemson W 31-6 

N18 at Miami L 8-28 

1973 (8-4-0/5-1-0 ACC, 2nd) 
S15 West Virginia L 13-20 

522 at North Carolina W 23-3 



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S29 

06 

013 

020 

027 



Villanova W 

Syracuse W 

at North Carolina State L 



at Wake Forest 
Duke 

(Norfolk, Va.) 
Penn State #6 
Virginia 
at Clemson 
Tulane #17 
PEACH BOWL 
#18 Georgia 
FINAL POLL #20 



N3 

N10 

N17 

N24 

D28 



W 

w 

L 

W 

v; 
w 



31-3 
38-0 

22-24 
37-0 

30-10 

22-42 
33-0 

28-13 
42-9 



L 16-17 



1974 (8-4-0/6-0-0 ACC, 
Champions) 

PRESEASON #14 

S14 #14 Alabama #3 L 16-21 

S21 #14 at Florida L 10-17 

(Tampa) 

S28 North Carolina W 24-12 

05 at Syracuse W 31-0 

012 Clemson W 41-0 

019 #18 Wake Forest W 47-0 
026 #15 North Carolina State 

#17 W 20-10 

N2 #15 at Penn State #10 L 17-24 

N9 #14 Villanova W 41-0 

N16 #13 Duke W 56-13 

(Norfolk, Va.) 

N23 #11 at Virginia W 10-0 
D16 LIBERTY BOWL 

#10 Tennessee L 3-7 
FINAL POLL #13 

1975 (9-2-1/5-0-0 ACC, 
Champions) 

PRESEASON #17 

S6 #17 Villanova W 41-0 

S13 #14 at Tennessee #20 L 8-26 

S20 at North Carolina W 34-7 

S27 #20 at Kentucky T 10-10 

04 Syracuse W 24-7 

Oil North Carolina State W 37-22 

018 #19 at Wake Forest W 27-0 

Nl #14 Penn State #9 L 13-15 

N8 #16 at Cincinnati W 21-19 

N15 at Clemson W 22-20 

N22 #20 Virginia W 62-24 
D29 GATOR BOWL 

#17 Florida #13 W 13-0 
FINAL POLL #13 

1976 (11-1-0/5-0-0 ACC, 
Champions) 

PRESEASON #12 

Sll #12 Richmond W 31-7 

S18 #10 at West Virginia W 24-3 

S25 #8 at Syracuse W 42-28 

02 #7 Villanova W 20-9 
09 #7 at North Carolina State 

W 16-6 

016 #5 Wake Forest W 17-15 

023 #6 at Duke W 30-3 

030 #5 Kentucky W 24-14 

N6 #6 Cincinnati W 21-0 

N13 #6 Clemson W 20-0 

N20 #6 at Virginia W 28-0 




1957: Rodney Breedlove was runner-up as the National Lineman of the Week by the Associated Press for his performance against 
North Carolina, witnessed by Queen Elizabeth and Prince Phillip. 



Jl COTTON BOWL 




#4 Houston #6 


L 


FINAL POLL #8 




1977 (8-4-0/4-2-0 ACC 


tie 


PRESEASON #10 




S10 #10 at Clemson 


w 


S17 #11 West Virginia 


L 


S24 at Penn State #5 


L 


01 at North Carolina State L 


08 Syracuse 


W 


015 at Wake Forest 


w 


022 Duke 


w 


029 North Carolina 


L 


N5 Villanova 


\7 


N12 at Richmond 


w 


N19 Virginia 


w 


D22 HALL OF FAME BOWL 





L 21-30 



3nd) 

21-14 
16-24 

9-27 
20-24 
24-10 

35-7 
31-13 

7-16 
19-13 
27-24 

28-0 

17-7 



1978 (9-3-0/5-1-0 ACC, 2nd) 
S9 Tulane W 31-7 

S16 #20 at Louisville W 24-17 

S23 #18 at North Carolina W 21-20 
S30 #15 Kentucky W 20-3 



07 #12 North Carolina State #20 



014 #10 at Syracuse 
021 #6 Wake Forest 
028 #5 at Duke 
N4 #5 at Penn State #2 
Nil #13 at Virginia 
N18 #11 Clemson #12 
D23 SUN BOWL 

#13 Texas #14 
FINAL POLL #20 



W 
W 

w 
w 

L 

w 

L 



31-7 
24-9 
39-0 
27-0 
3-27 
17-7 
24-28 

0-42 



1979 (7-4-0/4-2-0 ACC, tie 2nd) 

S8 Villanova W 24-20 

S15 at Clemson W 19-0 

S22 Mississippi State W 35-14 

S29 at Kentucky L 7-14 

06 Penn State L 7-27 

013 at North Carolina State #17 

L 0-7 

020 at Wake Forest L 17-25 

027 at Duke W 27-0 

N3 North Carolina #18 W 17-14 

N17 Louisville W 28-7 

N24 Virginia W 17-7 



1980 (8-4-0/5-1-0 ACC, 2nd) 

S6 Villanova W 7-3 

S13 Vanderbilt W 31-6 

S20 at West Virginia W 14-11 
S27 #19 at North Carolina #14 

L 3-17 

04 at Pittsburgh #6 L 9-38 

Oil Penn State #14 L 10-24 

018 Wake Forest W 11-10 

025 at Duke W 17-14 

Nl North Carolina State W 24-0 

N15 Clemson W 34-7 

N22 at Virginia W 31-0 
D20 TANGERINE BOWL 

Florida L 20-35 

1981 (4-6-1/4-2-0 ACC, 3rd) 
S12 at Vanderbilt L 17-23 
S19 West Virginia L 13-17 
S26 at North Carolina St. W 34-9 
03 Syracuse T 17-17 
010 at Florida L 10-15 
017 at Wake Forest W 45-33 
024 Duke W 24-21 
031 North Carolina #9 L 10-17 
N7 at Tulane L 7-14 



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1974: Randy White was honored with the Outland and Lombaidi trophies, was the Atlantic Coast Conference Player of the Year and 
was a unanimous First-Team All-America selection. 



N14 at Clemson #2 
N21 Virginia 



L 
W 



7-21 
48-7 



1982 (8-4-0/5-1-0 ACC 
Sll at Perm State #7 
S18 at West Virginia #17 
S25 North Carolina State 
02 at Syracuse 
09 Indiana State 
016 Wake Forest 
023 Duke 

030 at North Carolina #10 
N7 #19 Miami 
N13 #18 Clemson #11 
N20 #19 at Virginia 
D25 ALOHA BOWL 

#16 Washington #9 
FINAL POLL #20 



2nd) 

L 31-39 

18-19 

23-6 

26-3 

38-0 

52-31 

49-22 

31-24 

18-17 

22-24 

45-14 



L 20-21 



1983 (8-4-0/5-1-0 ACC, Champions) 

PRESEASON #17 

S10 #17 at Vanderbilt W 21-14 

S17 #17 West Virginia #20 L 21-31 

S24 Pittsburgh #16 W 13-7 

01 #19 Virginia W 23-3 

08 #16 Syracuse W 34-13 

015 #16 at Wake Forest W 36-33 

022 #15 Duke W 38-3 

029 #13 North Carolina #3 W 28-26 

N5 #7 at Auburn #3 L 23-35 

N12 #11 at Clemson #17 L 27-52 

N19 #20 at North Carolina St.W 29-6 
D17 CITRUS BOWL 

#16 Tennessee L 23-30 



1984 (9-3-0/6-0-0 ACC, 
S8 Syracuse 
S15 Vanderbilt 
S22 at West Virginia #18 
S29 Wake Forest 
06 at Penn State #11 
013 North Carolina State 
027 at Duke 
N3 at North Carolina 
N10 at Miami #6 
N17 Clemson #20 

(Memorial Stadium) 
N24 #18 at Virginia 
D22 SUN BOWL 

#12 Tennessee 
FINAL POLL #12 



Champions) 



L 

L 
W 

1.V 
L 
W 

w 

w 
w 

v, : 



7-23 
14-23 
20-17 
38-17 
24-25 
44-21 

43-7 
34-23 
42-40 
41-23 



W 45-34 
W 28-27 





1985 (9-3-0/6-0-0 ACC 






Champions) 






PRESEAl 






S7 


#7 Penn State #19 


L 


18-20 


S14 


#17 at Boston College 


W 


31-13 


S/l 


#17 West Virginia 


W 


28-0 


S28 


#17 at Michigan #12 


1. 


0-20 


05 


at North Carolina StateW 


31-17 


019 


at Wake Forest 


w 


26-3 


026 


Duke 


v; 


40-10 


N2 


North Carolina 


v; 


28-10 


N9 


Miami #8 
(Memorial Stadium) 


L 


22-29 


H16 


at Clemson 


W 


34-31 


N29 


Virginia 


W 


33-21 


D23 


CHERRY BOWL 








Syracuse 


W 


35-18 




1986 (5-5-1/2-3-1 ACC, 5th) 


SI 


at Pittsburgh 


v; 


10-7 


S13 


Vanderbilt 


v; 


35-21 


S20 


at West Virginia 


w 


24-3 


S27 


#13 North Carolina State 








L 


16-28 


on 


Boston College 


L 


25-30 


018 


Wake Forest 


L 


21-27 


025 


at Duke 


w 


27-19 


n; 


at North Carolina 


L 


30-32 


N8 


at Penn State #2 


L 


15-17 


N15 


Clemson #15 
(Memorial Stadium) 


T 


17-17 


N28 


at Virginia 


W 


42-10 




1987 (4-7-0/3-3-0 ACC, 5th) 


Ss 


at Syracuse 


L 


11-25 


S12 


Virginia 


W 


21-19 


S19 


West Virginia 


W 


25-20 


S26 


at North Carolina State L 


14-42 


010 


at Miami #3 


L 


16-46 


017 


at Wake Forest 


W 


14-0 


024 


Duke 


w 


23-22 


031 


North Carolina 


L 


14-27 


N7 


Penn State #16 
(Memorial Stadium) 


L 


16-21 


N14 


at Clemson #9 


L 


16-45 


N21 


at Vanderbilt 


L 


24-34 


1988 (5-6-0/4-3-0 ACC 


tie 


4th) 


S3 


Louisville 


W 


27-16 


S17 


at West Virginia #12 


L 


24-55 


S24 


North Carolina State 


W 


30-26 


01 


at Syracuse 


: 


9-20 


08 


Georgia Tech 


w 


13-8 


015 


Wake Forest 


L 


24-27 


022 


at Duke 


W 


34-24 


029 


at North Carolina 


'.',' 


41-38 


N5 


at Penn State 


L 


10-17 


N12 


Clemson #16 


L 


25-49 


N19 


at Virginia 


: 


23-24 




1989 (3-7-1/2-5-0 ACC, 6th) 


S2 


at North Carolina State L 


6-10 


S9 


West Virginia #17 


L 


10-14 


S16 


Western Michigan 


W 


23-0 


S23 


at Clemson #7 


L 


7-31 


S30 


at Michigan #6 


L 


21-41 


07 


at Georgia Tech 


L 


24-28 


014 


at Wake Forest 


W 


27-7 



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a 



ffl 



021 Duke L 25-46 

028 North Carolina W 38-0 

Nil Penn State #13 T 13-13 

(Memorial Stadium) 

N18 Virginia #16 L 21-48 

1990 (6-5-1/4-3-0 ACC, 4th) 

SI Virginia Tech W 20-13 

S8 West Virginia #25 W 14-10 

S15 Clemson#16 L 17-18 

(Memorial Stadium) 

S22 North Carolina State W 13-12 

S29 at Michigan #6 L 17-45 

06 Georgia Tech #23 L 3-31 

013 Wake Forest W 41-13 

020 at Duke W 23-20 

027 at North Carolina L 10-34 

N10 at Penn State #21 L 10-24 

N17 at Virginia #8 W 35-30 
D15 INDEPENDENCE BOWL 

Louisiana Tech T 34-34 

1991 (2-9-0/2-5-0 ACC, 6th) 

S7 Virginia W 17-6 

S14 Syracuse #22 L 17-31 

S21 at West Virginia L 7-37 

05 at Pittsburgh #17 L 20-24 

012 at Georgia Tech L 10-34 

019 at Wake Forest W 23-22 

026 Duke L 13-17 

N2 at North Carolma L 0-24 

N9 Penn State #9 L 7-47 

(Memorial Stadium) 

N16 at Clemson #15 L 7-40 
N23 at North Carolina State #22 

L 17-20 



1992 (3-8-0/2-6-0 ACC, 8th) 

S5 at Virginia #25 L 

S12 North Carolina State #19 
L 

S19 at West Virginia L 

S26 at Penn State #9 L 

03 Pittsburgh W 

010 Georgia Tech #17 L 

017 Wake Forest L 

024 at Duke W 

031 North Carolina #22 L 

N7 at Florida State #6 L 

N14 Clemson W 



1993 (2-9-0/2-6-0 ACC, tie 

S4 Virginia L 

Sll at North Carolina #14 L 

S18 West Virginia L 

S25 at Virginia Tech L 

02 Penn State #8 L 

09 at Georgia Tech L 

016 Duke W 

030 at Clemson L 

N6 Florida State #1 L 

N13 at North Carolina State L 

N20 at Wake Forest W 



15-28 

10-14 
33-34 
13-49 
47-34 
26-28 
23-30 
27-25 
24-31 
21-69 
53-23 

7th) 

29-43 

42-59 

37-42 

28-55 

7-70 

0-38 

26-18 

0-29 

20-49 

21-44 

33-32 




1994 (4-7-0/2-6-0 ACC, 7th) 

S3 at Duke L 

S10 Florida State #4 L 

SI 7 at West Virginia W 

S23 Wake Forest W 

01 at Clemson L 

015 at North Carolina #15 L 

022 Georgia Tech W 

029 Tulane W 

N5 North Carolina State L 

N12 at Virginia #21 L 

N19 at Syracuse L 



1995 (6-5-0/4-4-0 ACC, tie 
S2 at Tulane W 
S9 North Carolina W 
S16 West Virginia W 
S23 #24 Duke W 
S28 #17 at Georgia Tech L 
07 at Wake Forest W 
021 Clemson L 
028 at Louisville L 
N4 at North Carolina StateW 
Nil Virginia #14 L 
N18 at Florida State #6 L 

1996 (5-6-0/3-5-0 ACC, tie 



A31 

S7 

S14 

S28 

05 

012 

019 

026 

N2 

N14 

N23 



Northern Illinois 
Alabama-Birmingham 
at Virginia #22 
at West Virginia #23 
North Carolina State 
at North Carolina #13 
Wake Forest 
at Duke 
at Clemson 
Georgia Tech 
Florida State #3 
(Miami) 



16-49 
20-52 

24-13 
31-7 
0-13 
17-41 
42-27 
38-10 
45-47 
21-46 
16-21 

5th) 
29-10 
32-18 

31-17 

41-28 

3-31 

9-6 

0-17 

0-31 

30-13 

18-21 

17-59 

6th) 

30-6 

39-15 

3-21 

0-13 

8-34 

7-38 

52-0 

22-19 

3-35 

13-10 

10-48 



1982: Willie Joyner holds the school mark for the most rushing yards in a game with 
240. Joyner's 240 yards came on 16 attempts against lOth-ranked North Carolina in 
Maryland's 31-24 victory. 




1961: Dick 



the early 1960s. 



132 



TERRAPIN FOOTBALL 



Lettcrwinncrs 





Avellini, Bob 1972, 73, 74 
Axt, R.W. (Dutch) 1915, '16, 

"B" 



17 



Jess Atkinson '81, '82, '83, '84 



Abbott, Robert 1971 
Abdur-Ra'oof, Azizuddin, 

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 
Albrittain, 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 
Ambnrsko, Ken 1962, '64, '65 
Amend, David 1984, '85, '86, '87 
Anderson, Mike 1986, '87, '88, '89 
Andorka, Bill 1934 
Andrews, OUn 1908, '09, '10 
Andrus, Robert 1946 
Annan, Nick 1992 
Apolenis, Jason 1995, '96 
Arbutina, Matt 1963, '64, '65 
Arizzi, Ernie 1961, '62, '63 
Arline, Kevin 1990, '91, '92 
Armsworthy, Frank 1950 
Arnold, Bob 1984, '85, '86, '87 
Askew, Lewis 1984, '85, '86 
Athey, Ronald 1955, '56 
Atkins, Steve 1975, 76, 77, 78 
Atkinson, Jess 1981, '82, '83, '84 
Augsburger, Pete 1948, '49, '50 
AuUsi, Ed 1980, '81, '82 
Aulisi, Joe 1980, '81, '82 
Austin, Gerald 1982 



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, '96 
Baker, Pat 1965, '66, '67 
Baldante, John 1978, 79 
Baldwin, Clarence 1981, '82, '83 
Banner, Murnis 1960, '61, '62 
Bannon, J.G. 1892, '93, '94 
Barbiasz, Chris 1979, '80 
Barkalow, Gerald 1945 
Barlund, Dick 1959, '60, '61 
Barnes, George 1941, '42, '45 
Barnes, Hank 1969, 70, 71 
Baroni, John 1947, '48 
Barritt, Ed 1952 
Bartlett, W.D. 1923 
Barton, Eric 1995, '96 
Bates, Duane 1944 
Battaglia, 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 
Bednai, Ray 1970, 71, 72 
Behahani, Kambiz 1971 
Behr, Sam 1945, '47 



Behrmann, Joe 1957, ,'58 
Beightol, Lynn 1951, '53, '54, '55 
Bell, Karl 1965 
Bell, Bobby 1976 
Benner, Willis 1932, '33 
Bennett, Gordon 1960 
Benson, Kevin 1972, 73, 74, 75 
Benson, Shawn 1982, '83 
Benson, Todd 1978, 79„ '80 
Berger, Louis (Bosey) 1930, '31 
Bernardo, Ralph 1943 
Berry, Harold 1940, '41 
Bertha, Brandon 1991, '92 
Besley, Kirk 1922, '24, '25 
Betty, Dale 1958, '59, '60 
Betz, Theodore 1948, '49, '50 
Bielski, Dick 1952, '53, '54 
Bilancioni, Bert 1965 
Binder, Paul 1910 
Birkland, John 1934, '35, '36 
B.shop, Randolph 1944, '46 
Bissell, John 1945 
Bittner, Dick 1955 
Blackburn, Ray 1953, '54 
Blackstone, Wade 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 
Boinis, John 1962 
Boinis, Pete 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 




Bob Avellini 72, 73, 74 



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 
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, '96 
Brown, Tom 1960, '61, '62 
Brubaker, Eric 1975 
Brunson, Wayne 1985, '86, '87, '88 
Bryan, Thomas 1901 
Bryant, William 1937 
Brzostowski, Art 1965, '66, '67 
Budkoff, Nick 1936, '37 
Bullock, Keith 1985 
Bungori, 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 



TERRAPIN FOOTBALL 



133 



Letterwinners 





Tim Brown '92, '93, '94, '95 

Burke, Pat 1968, '69, 70 

Burke, Steven 1983 

Burke, Terry 1983, '84, '85, '86 

Burlin, Ralph 1939, '40, '41 

Buimeister, 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, Bernie 1933, '34, '35 

Buscher, F.A. 1932, '33 

Butsko, Harry 1961, '62 

Byrd, Bill 1942 

Byrd, Harry C. (Curley) 1905, 

'06, '07 
Byrom, Bruce 1977, 78, 79, '80 



Calandra, William 1971 
Caldwell, Rodney 1982 
Callahan, Charles 1933, '34, '35 
Calta, Keith 1976, 77, 78 
Campbell, Joe 1973, 74, 75, 76 
Carinci, Jan 1978, 79, '80 
Carliss, Ernest 1919, '20, '21 
Carlson, Rick 1966, '67, '68 
Carney, Mike 1978, 79, '80 
Can, Brad 1974, 75, 76, 77 
Can, David 1988, '89 
Carroll, Charles 1957 
Carroll, Douglas 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, '96 
Chiaverini, 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 
Clark, Will 1996 
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, Lloyd 1951, '52 
Colton, George 1984, '85 
Colvin, Darren 1990, '91, '92 
Condie, Dennis 1960, '61 
Condon, John 1949 
Conrad, Dave 1974, 75, 76 
Conrad, Luther 1940, '41, '42 
Conroy, Brian 1984 
Continetti, Reno 1943, '44 
Cooke, Ed 1955, '57 
Cooke, Sam 1897, '98, '99 
Cooper, 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 
Cowsette, Del 1996 
Cozzi, Richard 1975 
Cowdrey, Chris 1970, 71, 72 
Cox, Doug 1983, '84 
Crapster, Jack 1908 
Crecca, Joseph 1932, '33 
Crompton, Barnes 1892, '93 
Crosby, Cliff 1996 



Crosland, Robert 1945, '46 
Crossan, Dave 1960, '61, '62 
Crothers, Omar (Gus) 1926, '27, '28 
Clrytzer, Marty 1951, '52, '53 
Cummings, Brian 1994, '95, '96 
Cummins, Richard 1978, 79 

"D" 

D'Addio, Dave 1979, '80, '82, '83 

D'Amico, Matt 1985, '86, '87, '88 

D'Atri, 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 

Davidson, Troy 1996 

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

Davis, Lynn 1949, '50, '51 

Davis, Russell 1981, '82, '83 

Dean, Robert 1948, '49, '50 

DeArmas, Dan 1988, '89, '90, '91 

DeArmas, David 1992 

DeArmey, Frank 1935, '36, '37 

DeArmey, John 1938 

deBruin, Dave 1991, '92 

DeCarlo, Dan 1974, 75 

DeCicco, Nick 1955, '56, '57 

DeMoss, James 1989 

Decker, Don 1951, '52 

Deckman, Joe 1930 

Demczuk, Bernard (Sonny) 1968, '69 

Dennis, Russell 1953, '54, '55 

Dent, Gilbert 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 

DiCaprio, Richard 1973, 74 

Dick, Larry 1975, 77 

Dickey, Edmund 1900 

Dietrich, Leroy 1958, '59, '60 

Dietz, Guy 1973, 74 

Dill, Chris 1965 

Dill, John 1967, '68, '69 

DiMaria, Phil 1989 

DiOrio, Joe 1967, '68 

Dittmar, Jack 1941, '42 

Divito, Paul 1973, 74, 75 

Doak, Harry 1906, '07 

Dodson, Charlie 1927, '28, '29 

Dominic, Brian 1971 

Donas, Kevin 1983, '84 

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 

Drimal, 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 

Durbin, 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, Ferrell 1984, '85, '86, '87 

Edwards, Jason 1986 

Edwards, Karl 1987, '88, '89, '90 

Edwards, Russ 1996 

Edwards, Tony 1983, '84, '85 

Ellinger, Charlie 1934, '35, '36 

Ellis, Gary 1978, 79 

Emerson, Darryl 1982 

Emrich, 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, Bill 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, Bernie 1951, '52, '53 
Faucette, Chuck 1983, '84, '85, '86 
Fazio, Ron 1982, '83, '84 
Fanz, Scott 1978, 79, '80 
Farrell, Albert 1932 
Fasano, Rick 1978, 79, '80 
Fastuca, Sal 1944 
Feher, Gene 1961, '62, '63 
Fehr, Walter 1945, '46 
Felton, Ralph 1951, '52, '53 
Ferrante, Joe 1961, '62, '63 
Fesmeyer, Charles 1901, '02 



134 



TERRAPIN FOOTBALL 



Letterwinners 




Feugill. John 1995, '96 

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 

Fitzpatrick, 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 

Franklin, Jamie 1972, '73 

Frattaroli, Joe 1962, '64 

Friedgen, Ralph 1968 

Fries, Greg 1968, '69, '70 

Fritsch, John 1955, '56, '57 

Fritz, Emile 1945, '46 

Fromang, Steve 1970, '71, '72 

Fry, Clarence (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 



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 
Garrott, William 1933, '36 
Gawlick, Fred 1965, '66, '67 
Gayzur, Rudolph 1949 
Gebhardt, John 1967, '68 
Gelbaugh, Stan 1984, '85 
Getz, Harry 1935 




Erik Greenstein '93, '94, '95, '96 



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, '96 
Gill, Vernon 1903, '04 
Gillespie, Bill 1967, '69 
Gillespie, Mike 1993, '94 
Gilliam, Darryl 1993, '95, '96 
Gilmore, Jack 1962, '63 
Gilmore, John 1940, '42 
Gioia, Bob 1980, '81 
Giuliano, Joe 1986, '87 
Giamp, Paul 1976, '78, '79 
Giamp, Pete 1978, '79, '80 
Gleasner, Donal 1945 
Glenn, OHeil 1990 
Glover, Kevin 1982, '83, '84 
Goldman, Luther 1933 
Goode, Joel 1989, '91 



Goodman, Jim 1946, '47, '48 
Gore, Lamont 1993, '94, '95, '96 
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, '96 
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, Robert 1943 
Hagen, James 1977 
Hagerman, Tom 1942 
Haley, Bob 1967, '68 
Hall, Irving (Bottle) 1923, '24 
Hamilton, Fred 1955, '56, '57 
Hamley, James 1969 
Hanes, Norris 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 
Harris, Derick, 1974 
Harris, George 1893, '94 
Harris, Leon 1976 
Harris, Richie 1989, '90, '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 
Heine, George 1923, '24 
Heintz, William 1928, '29 
Helbock, Bill 1942 
Henne, Aaron 1993, '94, '95, '96 
Henning, Dan 1985, '86, '87 
Henry, Erik 1993 
Hentz, Andre 1995, '96 
Herzog, Fred 1924, '25 
Hesprich, Rhett 1995, '96 
Hetrick, John 1966 
Heuring, Ed 1954, '55, '56 
Heward, Hany 1894, '96 
Hewitt, Frederick 1937, '38 
Heyer, Frank 1940, '41 
Hickey, Tom 1964 
Hickman, William 1943 
Hicks, Chaplain 1907, '08 
Hicks, Eric 1994, '95, '96 
Hicks, Johnnie 1993' 95, '96 
Hill, Darryl 1963 
Hill, Greg 1982, '83, '84 



TERRAPIN FOOTBALL 



135 



Letterwinners 




L 



HilUs, Robert 1943 
Hinebaugh, Wade 1896, '97 
Hindman, F.R. 1913, '14, '15 
Hines, Frank 1898, '99 
Hines, Frank, Jr. 1932 
Hines, Greg 1989, 90, '91 
Hinkle, Monte 1971, '72, '73 
Hoch, Mike 1966 
Hoen, Ralph 1907, '08 
Hoen, Stanley 1908 
Hoffecker, Frank 1911, '12, '13 
Hoffman, Charles 1968, '69 
Hoffman, Edward 1943 
Hoffman, Gil 1982, '83, '84 
Hoffman, Herb 1952, '53, '54 
Hoffman, Jeff 1989 
Hofland, Mark 1986, '87, '88, '89 
Hoge, Hamilton 1906 
Holder, Eric 1983, '84, '85 
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 
Hough, Josh 1996 
Howard, Jeremiah 1994, '95 
Hrezo, Joe 1960, '61, '62 
Hufman, Jack 1943 
Hughes, Bill 1984, '85, '86, '87 
Hughes, Leroy 1972, '73, '74, '75 
Humphries, Howard 1963, '64, '65 
Hunt, Max 1940 
Hunteman, Charles 1912, '13 
Hurd, Art 1951, '52 
Hurson, Edward 1943 



Idzik, John 1947, '48, '49, '50 
Iglehart, John 1905 
Igus, Chris 1983, '84 
Imphong, Mike 1967 
Inge, Bill 1990, '91, '92 
Inge, Wade 1992, '93, '94, '95 
Ingram, Stephen 1990, '92, '93, '94 
Irvine, John 1952, '53, '54 



Jackson, Fred 1946 
Jackson, Paul 1995, '96 
James, Bruce 1995, '96 
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 
Jernigan, Cy 1971, '73 
Johnson, Andreal 1993, '94, '95, '96 
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, '94, '95, '96 
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 
Karnas, 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 
Kern, Fred 1957, '58 
Kershner, Ted 1956, '57, '58 
Kessler, Gordon 1926, '27, '28 
Kichman, Charles 1956 
Kiernan, Paul 1931, '32 
Kilgallen, Jim 1953 
Kinard, Ben 1973, 74 
King, John 1968, '69 
Kinney, Eugene 1945, '46, '47, '48 
Kinney, Vince 1975, 76, 77 
Kirchiro, Bill 1959, '60, '61 
Kiselak, Mike 1987, '88, '89 
Kishpaugh, W.M. 1913, '14, '15, '16 
Klaube, Ted 1975, 76, 77 
Klein, Robert 1984, '85. '86, '87 
Klingerman, Doug 1964, '65 
Kloppmeyer, Charles 1906 
Knight, Chris 1983, '85 
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 




Pete Koch '81, '82, '83 



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 



Lacy, Michael 1992 
Ladygo, Peter 1950, '51 
LeHayne, Alfred 1975 
Landolt, Dean 1968 
Laneve, Ron 1957, '58 
Lange, Robert 1973, 74 
Lanigan, 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, Jim 1965, '66, '67 
Lawrence, Doug 1990, '91, '92 
Lawrence, George 1938, '39 
Lawrynas, Ben 1992 



Lawson, J.W. 1892 
Layman, Bob 1956, '57, '58 
Lazaro, Bill 1958, '59 
Lazzarino, Joe 1954, '55 
Letherman, John 1926 
LeGore, Walter 1904 
Lewis, Dickie 1956, '56, '58 
Lewis, Grenville 1894, '96 
Lewis, Jermaine 1992, 93, '94, '95 
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 
Lyght, Erwyn 1996 
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 

Mahnic, Robert 1969, 70 

Main, Wilber 1956, '57 

Makar, James 1943 

Maletzky, Bill 1951, '52 

Mallonee, Lloyd 1942 

Manges, Mark 1974, 75, 76, 77 

Marchetti, Nick 1986, '88 

Marchetto, Peter 1977 

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 



136 



TERRAPIN FOOTBALL 



Letterwinners 




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 

Mastrole, Ken 1996 

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, Lorie 1964, '65 

McQuown, Wymand 1964, '65, '66 

McVicker, John 1955 

Meade, Jim 1936, '37 

Medile, Sam 1979, '80 

Meister, Bill 1968, '69, 71 

Melcher, Dick 1963, '65 

Melcher, Mick 1963, '64, '65 

Merritt, Roland 1968, '69 

Mesner, Bruce 1983, '84, '85, '86 

Mess, R.W. 1913, '14 

Michael, R.M. 1916 

Mier, Jack 1941, '42 

Mike, David 1993 

Mike-Mayer, Steve 1972, 73, 74 

Milanovich, Scott 1993, '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 

Milligan, John 1993 

Milling, James 1984, '85, '86, '87 

Miloszewski, John 1966 

Minion, Ed 1933, '34, '35 




Sharrod Mack '92, '93 



Mitchell, Hanson 1896 

Mitchell, John 1931, '32 

Mitchell, Parker 1892, '93 

Mitchell, Walter 1900, '01, '02, '03 

Modzelewski, Dick 1950, '51, '52 

Modzelewski, Edward 1949, '50, '51 

Molster, James 1947 

Molster, Charley 1918 

Mona, Joe 1959, '61, '62 

Mondorff, Pershing 1937, '39 

Mont, Tom 1941, '42, '46 

Montgomery, Tom 1913 

Moore, Eric 1970 

Moore, John 1919, '20, '21, '22 

Moore, Robert 1995 

Moran, J. Patrick 1944 

Morgan, Bob 1951, '52, '53 

Morhinweg, Fred 1917 

Morris, Scott 1943 

Morris, William (Country) 1912, '13 

Morrison, Clark 1921 

Mortensen, Carl 1966 

Morter, LaRoy 1945, '46 

Morton, 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 

Mueller, Leo 1938, '39, '40 

Muffler, Joe 1976, 77, 78 

Muller, Mike 1980, '81, '82 

Mulliken, Clarence 1894 

Murphy, Bill 1972, 73 

Murphy, Joe 1939, '40 

Murphy, Scott 1975 

Myers, Dutch 1918, '19 

Myrtle, Chip 1964, '65, '66 

Myslinski, Tom 1965, '66, '67 

"N" 

Nairn, Roland 1950 
Nalewak, Ron 1964, '65 



Dick Modzelewski '50, '51, '52 



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 




Dick Novak '59, '60, '61 



Oberle, Ken 1987, '88, '89, '90 
Oberlin, Lyman 1914, '15, '16 
Ochap, Gene 1974, 75, 76 
O'Connor, Ed 1952 
Odell, Dave 1976 
O'Donnell, Dick 1954 
0'Donnell, Joe 1994, '95, '96 
O'Donnell, Neil 1987, '88, '89 
Oertly, Fred 1893 
Ogbogu, Eric 1994, '95, '96 
Ogle, Kendall 1994, '96 
0'Hara, Dennis 1968, '69, 71 
0'Hare, Tim 1978 
Oiefbeson, Whitney 1915 
Olavarria, Luis 1992, '93 
Olecki, Bruce 1967, '69 
Olkewicz, Neal 1976, 77, 78 
Orta, Ralph 1989, '90, '91 
Osborn, Downey 1923, '24 
Osier, Jerry 1962 
Owen, Norman 1943 



Pacella, David 1979, '80, '81, '82 

Pagannucci, Romeno 1919, '20, '21 

Page, Calvin 1901 

Page, Glenn 1987, '88, '89, '90 

Palahunik, George 1952, '53, '54 

Palanda, Michael 1977 

Palmer, Bruce 1976, 77, 78 

Panagos, Jim 1991, '92 

Pancza, Joe 1967 

Papuchis, John 1978 

Paredes, Ramon 1985, '86 

Parker, Alvin 1924, '25 

Parker, David 1989 

Parker, Tommy 1983, '84, '85, '86 

Parson, John 1926, '27 

Parsons, Jim 1952, '53, '54, '55 

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 



TERRAPIN FOOTBALL 



137 



Letterwinners 




Plank, Kevin 1992, '93, '94, '95 

Plasnig, Dutch 1921 

Plevin, Tom 1966, '67, '68 

Plocki, Dan 1985, '86, '87, '88 

Pobiak, Ed 1948, '49, '50 

Poling, William 1945, '46 

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

Polyanski, Stan 1955 

Pompey, Kevin 1990 

Poniatowski, Hank 1959, '60, '61 

Poppelman, Ray 1930, '31, '32 

Posy, Gilbert 1909, '10, '11 

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

Pouleur, A.L. 1902, '03 

Powers, Warren 1985, '86, '87, '88 

Prough, Pearse 1892, '93 

Prunzik, Dan 1989, '90, '91, '92 

Psira, Ken 1960 

Pue, Dick 1892, '93 

Pugh, Bill 1981 

Pugh, Charlie 1927 

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

Purvis, Bart 1971, '72, '73 



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, Darrick 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 
Reilly, Charles 1969, '70, 71 
Reilly, Jack 1960 
Reitz, Mike 1972 
Renaldo, Chris 1982, '83 
Rezzelle, Ryan 1995, '96 
Rhodes, Brad 1995, '96 
Rhodes, Don 1977 
Ribinitzki, Fred 1929 
Rich, M.N. 1915, '16 
Richards, Dean 1975, 76, 77, 78 
Richey, James 1975 
Ridgely, Charles 1897 
Ridgley, Terry 1982, '84 
Riendeau, Brian 1980, '81 
Rigby, Cornell 1992 
Rigby, Elmer 1940, '41, '42 
Riggleman, Mickey 1972, 73 
Riggs, M. Talbot 1919 
Roberts, Augie 1927, '28, '29 
Roberts, George 1928 
Roberts, Guy 1969, 70, 71 
Roberts, Richard 1993, '94 
Robertson, Gilbert 1899 




Darrick Rather '93, '94, '95 

Rock, Walter 1960, '61', '62 
Rock, Wilbur 1943, '44 
Rodenberger, Jeff 1979, '80, '81 
Rodgers, Buddy 1994, '95, '96 
Rodgers, Michael 1992 
Rog, Ed 1962 
Rogers, Bill 1983, '84 
Rogers, Jerry 1978, 79 
Rogers, Kenny 1996 
Rogers, Stan 1972, 73, 74 
Rollins, W.T. 1892, '93, '94 
Romano, Frank 1972, 73, 74 
Rooney, Thomas 1930 
Rose, Blaine 1986, '87, '88, '89 
Rosen, Scott 1989, '90, '92 
Rosenthal, Malcolm 1944 
Roth, Earl 1947, '48, '49 
Rothrock, Mark 1986 
Roulette, Robert 1948, '49 
Rowden, Jake 1947, '48, '49, '50 
Roy, Ken 1973, 74, 75, 76 
Ruff, Seymour 1912, '13, '14 
Ruffner, Robert 1905, '06, '07 
Rugg, John 1985, '86, '87, '88 
Rushnak, Bob 1989 
Rusevlyan, Bob 1956, '57, '58 
Russell, Frank 1972, 73, 74 
Ryan, Charley 1943 



Sabrowski, Jon 1984, '85, '86 
Sachs, George 1933, '34, '35 
Sadler, Alan 1982, '83 
Salgado, Rich 1989 
Salkeld, Scott 1994 
Salley, Ernie 1974, 75, 76, 77 
Sampson, Neal 1984, '85 



Sanders, Lewis 1996 
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, '96 
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, H.A. 1915 
Shank, Scott 1969, 70, 71 
Sharkey, Jack 1975 
Sharpless, Rod 1973, 74 
Shaughnessy, Emmett 1946 
Shawell, Keno 1993 
Shelton, Carl 1970, 71 
Shemonski, Bob 1949, '50, '51 
Sherman. Franklin 1896 



Sherman, Henry 1893 
Shihda, George 1973, 74, 75 
Shiner, Dick 1961, '62, '63 
Shipley, Burt 1908, '09, '10, '11, 

'12, '13 
Shipley, James 1897, '98 
Shipley, Richard 1952, '53, '54 
Shoals, Roger 1960, '61, '62 
Shockey, Don 1940 
Shoffler, Karl 1988 
Shugars, Jeff 1969, 70, 71 
Shure, Richard 1985, '86, '87 
Sievers, Eric 1976, 77, 78, '80 
Silvester, Edward 1909 
Simier, George 1946, '47 
Simmons, Jonathan 1981, '82, '83 
Simoldoni, Joe 1965, '66 
Simon, Geroy 1993, '94, '95, '96 
Simon, Mike 1976, 77, 78 
Simpson, John 1932, '33, '34 
Simpson, Mike 1962 
Sims, Ashley 1996 
Sisler, Paul 1993 
Skarda, Jim 1955, '56 
Skinner, W.W. 1892 
Skotnicki, Frank 1937, '38, '39 
Slaninka, 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 
Sorrentino, Pete 1995 
Sothoron, Norwood 1932, '34 
Speer, Talbot 1915 
Spinelli, Dennis 1986, '87, '88, '89 
Springer, Bruce 1965 
Stable, Sydney 1909 
Staffieri, Dan 1950, '51, '52 
Staffileno, Ron 1990, '91, '92 
Staia, Dom 1952 
Staifort, Carl 1933, '34, '35 
Staines, Pat 1987 
Stainaker, Wally 1967, '68, '69 
Stanford, John 1975, 76, 77 
Stankus, Ray 1951, '52 
Steele, Derek 1989, '90, '91 



138 



TERRAPIN FOOTBALL 



Letterwinners 




Stefl. Tom 1955, '56, '57 

Steiner, Ted 1969, 70, 71 

Stem, George 1964, '65 

Stephens, Todd 1981 

Sterling, Rob 1986 

Stern, George 1963 

Stevens, Jimmy 1917 

Stevens, Myron 1925, '26 

Stevenson, Brett 1990, '91, '92 

Stewart, Jermaine 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, '94, '95, '96 

Stuart, Adam 1946 

Stubbs, J.S. 1916, '17, '18 

Stubijar, Mike 1967, '68, '69 

Stump, Doug 1989, '90 

Stump, James 1995, '96 

Stull, James 1967, '69 

Sturdivant, Mark 1990, '91, '92, '93 

Suchy, Bob 1955, '56 

Suggs, Ed 1991 

Sukeena, Dick 1961 

Sullivan, Bob 1963, '64, '65 

Sullivan, Jeny 1917, '18, '19, '20 

Sullivan, Sean 1983, '85, '86 

Suplee, Mitch 1988, '89, '90, '91 

Supplee, Bill 1923, '24, '25 

Surgent, Mike 1935, '36, '37 

Swingle, Dan 1984 

Sydnor, Chad 1985, '86, '87, '88 

Symons, Thomas 1898, '99 



Tamburello, Frank 1954, '55 
Tarbuton, Clyde 1914, '15, '16 
Targarona, Jack 1949, '50 
Tate, Darnell 1970 
Tauszky, Carroll 1907 
Taylor, David 1981 
Taylor, Kevin 1982 
Temey, 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, '96 
Thompson, Greg 1983, '84 
Tice, John 1979, '80, '81, '82 
Tice, Mike 1978, 79, '80 
Tiesi, James 1970, 71 
Timmins, Peter 1996 
Tine, Chuck 1965, '66, '67 



Toler, Dick 1945 
Tomasetti. Vince 1980, '81, '82 
Tomlin, Eddie 1989 
Tonetti, Paul 1955, '56, '57 
Torain, Ernie 1965, '66, '67 
Trachy, John 1964, '65, '66 
Trax, G.P. 1910, '11 
Trexler, Charles 1951, '52 
Trimble, Steve 1978, 79, '80 
Troha, John 1947, '48, '49, '50 
Troll, Robert 1943, '44 
Troxell, Walter 1925 
Trust, Don 1960 
Tucker, Hubert 1942 
Tullai, Fred 1955 
Turner, Bill 1955, '56, '57 
Turner, J.M. 1901 
Turyn, Vic 1945, '46, '47, '48 
Tuschak, Richard 1943 
Tweedy, James 1970, 71, 72 
Tye, Scott 1982, '84, '85 

"U" 

Ulam, James 1977, 78 
Ulam. Pat 1972, 73, 74 
Ulman, Bernie 1939, '40, '41 
Underwood, Brian 1994, '95, '96 
Underwood, Eddie 1900 



Vanderhout, Greg 1979, '80, '81 
Van Heusen, Billy 1965, '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, '96 
Waller, Ron 1952, '53, '54 
Walsh, Mark 1986, '87, '88, '89 
Walter, John 1920 
Walters, Harry 1973, 74 



Walton, Kendrick 1994, '96 
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, '95, '96 
Warfield, Jack 1939 
Warfield, Joshua 1900, '01 
Waseleski, Barry 1984 
Washington, Larry 1991, '93 
Washington, Lynde 1996 
Waters, Jean 1954 '55, '56 
Waters, John 1924, '25 
Watkins, Ben 1896 
Watkins, James 1970, 71 
Watkins, Mitch 1994, '95, '96 
Watson, Ken 1976, 77 
Watson, Tim 1993, '95, '96 
Watts, Harry 1901, '02, '03 
Waxman, Adam 1996 
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 
Westley, Harold 1996 
Wethington, Ray 1970, 71, 72 
Wharton, Al 1954, '55. '56 
Wharton, Jim 1939, '41 
Wharton, Thomas 1893, '94 
Whelchel, David 1925 
White, Brett 1994, '95, '96 
White, Charles 1911 
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, 96 
WilUs, Vic 1934, '35, '36 
Wilson, Len 1912 
Wilson, Eric 1981, '82, '83, '84 
Wilson, James 1986, '87 
Wilson, Mark 1980, '81 
Wilson, Roger 1905, '06, '07 
Wilson, Tim 1974, 75, 76 
Wingate, Elmer 1947, '48, '49, '50 
Wingfield, Wayne 1979, '80, '81, '82 
Winslaw, J.J. 1903 
Wolfe, Percy 1943 
Wolfe, William 1935, '36, '37 
Wonderack, Arthur 1926, '27, '28 
Wood, Erick 1992, '93, '94 
Wood, William 1930, '32 
Woodeshick, Kevin 1993, '94 
Woods, Al 1930, '31, '32 
Woodward, A.N. 1910 
Wooters, William 1892, '93, '94 
Worch, Mike 1995, '96 
Word, Jason 1995 
Worthington, Arthur 1892 
Wright, Darryl 1984, '85, '86, '87 
Wright, Jack 1941, '42, '46 
Wright, Todd 1979, '81 
Wyatt, Kervin 1976, 77, 78, 79 
Wycheck, Frank 1990, '91, '92 
Wyres, James 1970, 71 
Wysocki, Charlie 1978, 79, '80, '81 

"X" 

Xanthos, Vinny 1996 

//■yn 

Yamell, Dennis 1971 

Yeager, Charles (Buddy) 1933, 

'34, '35 
Yeates, Mike 1975, 76, 77 
York, Bob 1964, '65, '66 
Young, Darin 1996 
Young, Walter 1921, '22, '23 
Younge, Joe 1972, 74, 75 

"Z" 

Zachary, Pete 1973, 74, 75 
Zannoni, Steve 1972, 73, 74 
Zemhelt, John 1974, 76, 77 
Zetts, Michael 1943 
Zizakovic, Lubo 1988, '89, '90, '91 
Zillman, Pat 1979, '80, '81 
Zolak, Scott 1989, '90 
Zulick, Charlie 1936 
Zulick, Earl 1925, '26, '27 



TERRAPIN FOOTBALL 



139 



Rushmg/lndividual 




SINGLE GAME 

MOST ATTEMPTS 

1. 49 Charlie Wysocki vs Duke, (10/25/80) 

2. 42 George Scott vs Villanova, (11/5/77) 

3. 39 Billy Lovett vs South Carolina, (10/19/68) 
39 Charlie Wysocki vs Syracuse, (10/3/81) 

5. 35 Charlie Wysocki vs Richmond, (11/12/77) 

35 Charlie Wysocki vs West Virginia, (9/20/80) 

7. 33 Len Chiaverini vs South Carolina, (10/27/62) 

33 Charlie Wysocki vs Virginia, (11/21/81) 

9. 32 Charlie Wysocki vs Clemson, (10/15/79) 

32 John Nash vs Wake Forest, (10/17/81) 

MOST NET YARDS GAINED 

1. 240 Willie Joyner vs North Carolina, (10/30/82) 

2. 237 George Scott vs Villanova, (11/5/77) 

3. 222 Charlie Wysocki vs Louisville, (11/17/79) 

4. 217 Rick Badanjek vs Viginia, (11/23/84) 

5. 216 Charlie Wysocki vs Duke, (10/25/80) 

6. 215 Steve Atkins vs Syracuse, (9/25/76) 

7. 214 Alvin Blount vs Clemson, (11/17/84) 

8. 213 Louis Carter vs Virginia, (11/23/74) 

9. 202 Charlie Wysocki vs Virginia, (11/24/79) 

10. 197 Steve Atkins vs Clemson, (9/15/79) 



AVERAGE PER CARRY (MINIMUM 10 CARRIES) 



1. 
2. 
3. 
4. 
5. 
6. 
7. 



10. 



15.0 Willie Joyner vs North Carolina (16/240), 1982 

14.3 Ralph Felton vs NX. State (13/186), 1951 

12.7 Rick Badanjek vs Virginia (17/217), 1984 

9.9 Ted Kershner vs N.C. 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 Geo. Washington (15/138), 1951 

8.5 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 



MOST RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS 

1. 5 Bob Shemonski vs Virginia Tech, (12/2/50) 

2. 4 Charlie Wysocki vs Virginia, (11/21/81) 

3. 3 John Forbes vs Miami (Fla.), (11/14/58) 
3 Jim Joyce vs Virginia, (11/21/59) 

3 Dennis Condie vs Virginia, (11/19/60) 

3 Dennis 0'Hara vs Wake Forest, (10/4/69) 

3 Louis Carter vs Clemson, (11/17/73) 

3 Steve Atkins vs Syracuse, (9/25/77) 

3 Steve Atkins vs Duke, (10/22/77) 

3 George Scott vs Villanova, (11/5/77) 

3 Steve Atkins vs Duke, (10/28/78) 

3 John Nash vs Wake Forest, (10/16/82) 

3 Rick Badanjek vs N.C. State, (10/13/84) 

3 Rick Badanjek vs North Carolina, (11/3/84) 




Charlie Wysocki ran wild versus Duke in 1980; he mshed 49 times for 216 yards. His 49 attempts is the single game Maryland record while his 216 yards ranks as the fifth best of 
all time. 



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141 



Rushing/Individual 




SEASON 

MOST ATTEMPTS 

1. 334 Charlie Wysocki, 1980 

2. 283 Steve Atkins, 1978 

3. 247 Charlie Wysocki, 1979 

4. 224 Louis Carter, 1974 

5. 221 Art Seymore, 1970 

6. 218 Louis Carter, 1973 

7. 217 Billy Lovett, 1968 

8. 198 Willie Joyner, 1983 

9. 188 George Scott, 1977 
10.182 Tom Hickey, 1964 

MOST NET YARDS GAINED 

1. 1,359 Charlie Wysocki, 1980 

2. 1,261 Steve Atkins, 1978 

3. 1,140 Charlie Wysocki, 1979 

4. 1,039 Willie Joyner, 1982 

5. 991 Louis Carter, 1974 

6. 981 Art Seymore, 1970 

7. 963 Billy Lovett, 1968 

8. 908 Willie Joyner, 1983 

9. 894 Tom Hickey, 1964 
894 George Scott, 1977 

AVERAGE YARDS PER CARRY 
(MINIMUM 100 CARRIES) 

1. 9.0 Chet Hanulak, 1953 

2. 7.2 Lu Gambino, 1947 

3. 5.9 Willie Joyner, 1982 
5.9 Alvin Blount, 1984 

5. 5.8 Steve Atkins, 1976 

6. 5.7 Ed Vereb, 1955 

7. 5.6 Ralph Felton, 1953 

8. 5.5 Ed Modzelewski, 1949 
5.5 Bob Shemonski, 1950 
5.5 Tommy Neal, 1984 



RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS 

1. 15 Bob Shemonski, 1950 

15 Rick Badanjek, 1984 

3. 14 Ed Vereb, 1955 

14 Louis Carter, 1973 

5. 12 Rick Badanjek, 1985 

6. 11 Lu Gambino, 1947 

11 Charlie Wysocki, 1980 

8. 10 Steve Atkins, 1978 

9. 9 Steve Atkins, 1977 

9 Rick Badanjek, 1982 

lOO-YARD RUSHING GAMES 

1. 8 Steve Atkins, 1978 

8 Charlie Wysocki, 1980 

3. 5 Charlie Wysocki, 1979 

4. 4 Billy Lovett, 1968 

5. 3 Three Players 

200-YARD RUSHING GAMES 

1. 2 Charlie Wysocki, 1979 

2. 1 Alvin Blount, 1984 
1 Willie Joyner, 1982 

1 Charlie Wysocki, 1980 

1 George Scott, 1977 

1 Steve Atkins, 1976 

1 Louis Carter, 1974 




Chet "The Jet" Hanulak set the single season record with a 9.0 yards per carry average 
during the 1953 National Championship season. The average still stands as the school 
record nearly 35 years later. 



CONSECUTIVE 1 OO-YARD GAMES 

1. 7 Steve Atkins, 1978 

2. 4 Charlie Wysocki, 1980 

3. 3 Steve Atkins, 1976 
3 George Scott, 1977 

3 Charlie Wysocki, 1979 

CONSECUTIVE 200-YARD GAMES 

1. 2 Charlie Wysocki, 1979 

LONGEST SCORING RUN FROM SCRIMMAGE 

98 yards by Steve Atkins vs Clemson, (11/18/78) 

LONGEST NON-SCORING RUN FROM SCRIMMAGE 

76 yards by Harry Bonk vs North Carolina, (11/13/48) 

MOST RUSHES IN ONE HALF 

32 by Charlie Wysocki vs Duke, (10/25/80) 



142 



TERRAPIN FOOTBALL 



Rushing/In divid ual 




CAREER 



MOST ATTEMPTS 


1. 


769 


Charlie Wysocki, (1978-81) 


2. 


628 


Louis Carter, (1971-74) 


3. 


625 


Steve Atkins, (1975-78) 


4. 


521 


Rick Badanjek, (1982-85) 


5. 


452 


Billy Lovett, (1966-68) 


6. 


437 


Art Seymore, (1970-72) 




437 


Willie Joyner, (1980-83) 


8. 


426 


Alvin Blount, (1983-86) 


9. 


402 


Bren Lowery, (1986-89) 


10. 


379 


Mark Mason, (1989-93) 


MOST NET YARDS GAINED 


1. 


3,317 


Charlie Wysocki, (1978-81) 


2. 


2,971 


Steve Atkins, (1975-78) 


3. 


2,417 


Rick Badanjek, (1982-85) 


4. 


2,266 


Louis Carter, (1971-74) 


5. 


2,158 


Alvin Blount, (1983-86) 


6. 


2,140 


Willie Joyner, (1980-83) 


7. 


1,913 


Billy Lovett, (1966-68) 


8. 


1,807 


Mark Mason, (1990-93) 


9. 


1,656 


Art Seymore, (1970-72) 


10. 


1,601 


Ed Modzelewski, (1949-51) 


AVERAGE YARDS PER CARRY 


1. 


5.13 


Ed Modzelewski, (1949-51) 


2. 


5.07 


Alvin Blount, (1983-86) 


3. 


4.90 


Willie Joyner, (1980-83) 


4. 


4.77 


Mark Mason, (1990-93) 


5. 


4.75 


Steve Atkins, (1975-78) 


6. 


4.64 


Rick Badanjek, (1982-85) 


7. 


4.31 


Charlie Wysocki, (1978-81) 


8. 


4.26 


Louis Carter, (1971-74) 


9. 


4.23 


Billy Lovett, (1966-68) 


MOST TOUCHDOWNS 


1. 


44 


Rick Badanjek, (1982-85) 


2. 


31 


Steve Atkins, (1975-78) 


3. 


28 


Louis Carter, (1971-74) 


4. 


26 


Charlie Wysocki, (1978-81) 


5. 


18 


Tommy Neal, (1983-86) 


6. 


16 


Chet Hanulak, (1951-53) 


7. 


14 


Alvin Maddox, (1975-78) 


8. 


12 


Alvin Blount, (1983-86) 


9. 


11 


Ed Fullerton, (1950-52) 




11 


William Wilson, (1974-76) 



lOO-YARD RUSHING GAMES 



1. 


17 


Charlie Wysocki, (1978-81) 


2. 


15 


Steve Atkins, (1975-78) 


3. 


7 


Louis Carter, (1972-74) 


4. 


6 


Art Seymore, (1970-72) 




6 


Willie Joyner, (1981-83) 




6 


Mark Mason, (1989-93) 


7. 


5 


Bill Lovett, (1966-68) 




5 


Ed Modzelewski, (1966-68) 




5 


John Nash, (1973-75) 




5 


Buddy Rodgers, (1994-present) 



200-YARD RUSHING GAMES 

1. 3 Charlie Wysocki, (1978-1981) 




Steve Atkins is third on the school's rushing attempts list with 625 career carries. 



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Rushing/1 00-Yard Running Games 




YDS. NAME (OPPONENT, DATE) 

240 Willie Joyner (UK, 10/30/82) 

237 George Scott (Villanova, 11/5/77) 

222 Charlie Wysocki (Louisville, 11/17/79) 

217 Rick Badanjek (Viginia, 11/23/74) 

216 CharUe Wysocki (Duke, 10/25/80) 

215 Steve Atkins (Syracuse, 9/25/76) 

214 Alvin Blount (Clemson, 11/17/84) 

213 Louis Carter (Virginia, 11/23/74) 

202 Charlie Wysocki (Virginia, 11/24/79) 

197 Steve Atkins (Clemson, 9/15/79) 

186 Ralph Felton (NC State, 11/17/51) 

186 Alvin Blount (Virginia, 11/29/85) 

180 Louis Carter (NC State, 10/26/74) 

178 Charlie Wysocki (Clemson, 9/15/79) 

177 Charlie Wysocki (Villanova, 9/6/80) 

176 Buddy Rodgers (Duke, 10/26/96) 

173 George Scott (Virginia, 10/19/77) 

172 Bill Lovett (UNC, 10/12/68) 

172 Charlie Wysocki (Syracuse, 10/3/81) 

171 George Scott (Richmond, 11/12/77) 

170 Al Thomas (Duke, 10/18/69) 

170 Willie Joyner (Virginia, 11/20/82) 

169 Steve Atkins (Richmond, 9/11/76) 

167 Steve Atkins (UNC, 9/23/78) 

167 Mark Mason (WVU, 9/19/92) 

164 Mark Mason (NC State, 9/12/92) 

163 Allen Williams (WVA, 9/17/94) 

162 Steve Atkins (UNC, 9/16/78) 

162 Frank Wycheck (Clemson, 11/14/92) 

161 Charlie Wysocki (Villanova, 9/8/79) 

158 Louis Carter (UNC, 9/28/74) 

156 Art Seymore (NC State, 10/24/70) 

153 Bill Lovett (S. Carolina, 10/19/68) 

153 Steve Atkins (Kentucky, 9/30/78) 

153 CharUe Wysocki (Virginia, 11/21/81) 

152 John Nash (Wake, 10/16/82) 

152 Troy Jackson (Wake, 10/13/90) 

150 Ricky Jennings (Villanova, 11/9/74) 

149 CharUe Wysocki (WVU, 9/20/80) 

148 CharUe Wysocki (Virginia, 11/22/80) 

144 CharUe Wysocki (Vanderbilt, 9/13/80) 

143 CharUe Wysocki (Duke, 10/24/81) 

142 Steve Atkins (Wake, 10/15/77) 

141 Bill Lovett (WVU, 10/15/66) 

140 Bill Lovett (Duke, 10/15/68) 

140 Wayne Wingfield (Wake, 10/20/79) 

140 Rick Badanjek (NC State, 11/19/83) 

139 Dennis 0'Hara (Wake, 10/4/69) 

139 CharUe Wysocki (Miss. St., 9/22/79) 

138 Ed Modzelewski (GW, 10/6/51) 

138 Alvin Maddox (NC State, 10/9/76) 

136 Ricky Jennings (Virginia, 11/22/75) 

136 Wayne Wingfield (Duke, 10/27/79) 

136 John Nash (Wake, 10/17/81) 

135 Monte Hinkle (Florida, 10/23/71) 

135 CharUe Wysocki (PSU, 10/11/80) 

133 Steve Atkins (WVA, 9/18/76) 

132 Jack Scarbath (Georgetown, 11/14/50) 

132 Chet Hanulak (Alabama, 11/21/53) 

132 Ed Vereb (Syracuse, 11/22/55) 

132 Alvin Maddox (Clemson, 11/13/76) 

132 Steve Atkins (NC State, 10/7/78) 

132 CharUe Wysocki (NC State, 11/1/80) 

131 Ed Modzelewski (WVA, 11/24/51) 

129 Ted Kershner (NC State, 11/22/56) 

129 Tom Hickey (Virginia, 11/21/64) 

129 Alvin Maddox (Kent., 11/13/76) 



128 Tom Hickey (NC State, 10/3/64) 

127 Ed Modzelewski (Navy, 10/10/51) 

127 Art Seymore (WVA, 11/28/70) 

127 Louis Carter (Clemson, 11/17/73) 

126 Tom Hickey (Wake, 11/24/64) 

126 Steve Atkins (Virginia, 11/22/75) 

125 Dwayne Fletcher (UNC, 10/17/59) 

125 Alvin Blount (WVU, 9/20/86) 

124 Ed Modzelewski (Duke, 10/28/50) 

124 Tom Hickey (PSU, 10/31/64) 

124 George Scott (Virginia, 11/20/76) 

122 Ralph Donofrio (Clemson, 11/11/67) 

122 Tommy Neal (Duke, 10/27/84) 

120 WilUe Joyner (NC State, 11/19/83) 

120 Harold Westley (Wake, 10/19/96) 

119 Len Chiaverini (S. CaroUna, 10/27/62) 

118 Tom Selep (Baylor, 10/6/56) 

118 Monte Hinkle (Wake, 10/2/71) 

118 Carl Shelton (Virginia, 11/20/71) 

118 Steve Atkins (Louisville, 9/26/78) 

118 Mark Mason (Pitt, 10/5/91) 

118 Allen WilUams (FSU, 11/6/93) 

117 Art Seymore (Villanova, 9/12/70) 

117 Louis Carter (VMI, 9/23/72) 

117 Jamie FrankUn (Cine, 11/8/75) 

116 Ron Waller (Missouri, 11/25/54) 

116 Steve Atkins (Duke, 10/22/77) 

116 WilUe Joyner (Virginia, 10/1/83) 

116 Mark Mason (Virginia, 11/17/90) 

1 1 5 Chet Hanulak ( Georgia, 1 1/ 1 1/ 5 2 ) 

115 Al Neville (Wake, 10/7/72) 

114 Jim Joyce (Texas, 9/26/59) 

114 Art Seymore (NC State, 9/18/71) 

113 Chet Hanulak (Missouri, 9/19/53) 

113 Alvin Maddox (NC State, 10/1/77) 

113 WilUe Joyner (Syracuse, 10/8/83) 

113 Tommy Neal (Clemsom, 11/17/84) 

112 Buddy Rodgers (WVA, 9/16/95) 

111 Ralph Felton (Auburn, 9/27/52) 

111 Ed Vereb (S. CaroUna, 11/29/55) 

111 Bill Lovett (Virginia, 11/23/68) 

111 Art Seymore (S. CaroUna, 10/17/70) 



111 WilUe Joyner (NC State, 9/25/82) 

110 Louis Carter (NC State, 10/13/73) 

110 Steve Atkins (Tulane, 9/9/78) 

110 John Nash (UNC, 10/31/81) 

109 Bob Shemonski (VPI, 12/2/50) 

109 Jerry Fishman (Wake, 10/26/63) 

109 Art Seymore (Villanova, 11/12/70) 

108 Dennis Condie (SMU, 9/23/61) 

107 Ed Fullerton (Navy, 10/18/52) 

107 Chet Hanulak (Georgia, 10/10/53) 

107 Buddy Rodgers (Tulane, 9/2/95) 

106 Tom Miller (VMI, 10/30/71) 

106 CharUe Wysocki (Clemson, 11/15/80) 

106 Buddy Rodgers (Wake, 10/19/96) 

105 Ricky Jennings (Villanova, 11/9/74) 

105 Ricky Jennings (Duke, 11/16/74) 

105 Jamie Franklin (Virginia, 11/22/75) 

105 Tim Wilson (Villanova, 10/2/76) 

105 Rick Johnson (Duke, 10/22/88) 

104 Steve Atkins (Wake, 10/21/78) 

104 Tim Whittie (Duke, 10/27/79) 

104 John Nash (NC State, 9/26/81) 

104 Rick Badanjek (Wake, 9/29/84) 

104 Alvin Blount (Virginia, 11/24/84) 

104 Bren Lowery (Virginia, 11/28/86) 

103 Bob Shemonski (VPI, 12/2/50) 

103 John Nash (Virginia, 11/21/81) 

103 Mark Mason (Va. Tech, 9/25/93) 

103 Allen WilUams (Ga. Tech, 10/22/94) 

103 Buddy Rodgers (Duke, 9/23/95) 

102 Ed Modzelewski (Missouri, 11/3/51) 

102 Dick Bielski (UNC, 10/16/54) 

102 Steve Atkins (Syracuse, 10/14/78) 

102 Tim 0'Hare (Virginia, 11/11/78) 

102 Mark Mason (PSU, 9/26/92) 

102 Frank Wychek (UNC, 10/31/92) 

101 Tom Miller (Duke, 10/18/69) 

101 Tom Miller (VMI, 10/30/71) 

101 Louis Carter (Villanova, 11/2/74) 

100 Allen WilUams (Tulane, 10/29/94) 

100 CharUe Wysocki (Vanderbilt, 9/12/81) 




Louis Carter found a great deal of running room versus Virginia in 1974. His 213 yards versus the Cavaliers ranks as 
the eighth-best single-game total in school history. 



144 



TERRAPIN FOOTBALL 



Rushing/Team 




GAME 



MOST ATTEMPTS 


1. 


76 


vs Miami, (11/14/58) 




76 


vs Virginia, (11/21/81) 


3. 


73 


vs Duke, (10/27/79) 


4. 


69 


vs Wake Forest, (10/18/75) 


5. 


68 


vs Louisville, (10/17/79) 


MOST NET YARDS GAINED 


1. 


582 


vs Virginia, (11/22/75) 


2. 


577 


vs Virginia Tech, (12/2/50) 


3. 


523 


vs West Virginia, (11/24/51) 


4. 


492 


vs Missouri, (11/25/54) 


5. 


406 


vs Washington & Lee, (9/29/51) 




406 


vsClemson, (11/17/84) 


7. 


402 


vs Virginia, (11/24/84) 


8. 


392 


vs Virginia, (11/10/73) 


9. 


370 


vs Syracuse, (9/25/76) 




370 


vs NC State, (11/17/51) 



FEWEST NET YARDS GAINED 

1. -58 vsNavy, (11/6/65) 

2. -45 vs Syracuse, (10/1/66) 

3. -34 vs Virginia, (11/12/94) 

4. -32 vs Penn State, (11/4/78) 

5. -30 vs Georgia Tech, (9/28/95) 

MOST NET YARDS GAINED BY OPPONENT 

1. 538 vs Penn State, (10/2/93) 

2. 450 vs Auburn, (11/5/83) 

3. 411 vs Georgia Tech, (10/9/93) 

4. 396 vs Florida State, (10/7/92) 
396 vs Wake Forest, (11/20/93) 

FEWEST NET YARDS GAINED BY OPPONENT 

1. 
2. 

4. 
5. 



-47 vs Wake Forest, (10/17/81) 

-21 vs West Virginia, (11/24/51) 

-21 vs UCLA, (12/24/55) 

-17 vs Virginia, (11/22/80) 

-5 vs Duke, (10/27/79) 



AVERAGE PER CARRY (MINIMUM 10 CARRIES) 

1. 10.5 vs Virginia Tech, (12/2/50) 






V ,- 




Ed "Big Mo" Modielewski found many holes as a Maryland running back. His 9.4 yards per carry versus West Virginia in 1951 is the sixth best single game average in school 
history. 



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145 



Rushing/Team 





SEASON 



MOST ATTEMPTS 


1. 654 


1976 


MOST NET YARDS GAINED 


1. 2,921 


1951 (9 games) 


2. 2,874 


1976 


3. 2,540 


1953 


4. 2,507 


1974 


5. 2,488 


1954 


LEAST NET YARDS GAINED B 


1. 680 


1951 


2. 761 


1955 


3. 923 


1981 


4. 959 


1982 


5. 1,015 


1950 


MOST TOUCHDOWNS 


1. 30 


1974 


2. 29 


1984 


3. 25 


1977 


25 


1982 


5. 24 


1973 


24 


1973 



ill Lovett rushed for 1,913 yards on 542 career attempts. 



146 



TERRAPIN FOOTBALL 



Passing/Individual 




GAME 

MOST PASSES ATTEMPTED 

Scott Milanovich vs Florida State, (11/18/95) 

John Kaleo vs North Carolina, (10/31/92) 

Scott Milanovich vs Virginia Tech, (9/25/93) 

John Kaleo vs NC State, (9/12/92) 

Scott Milanovich vs Wake Forest, (11/20/93) 

Dan Henning vs NC State, (9/27/86) 

Scott Milanovich vs West Virginia, (9/18/93) 

Scott Milanovich vs Georgia Tech, (9/28/95) 

Scott Milanovich vs Virginia, (11/12/94) 

Scott Milanovich vs North Carolina, (9/11/93) 

! COMPLETED 

Scott Milanovich vs Florida State, (11/18/95) 
Scott Milanovich vs Wake Forest, (11/20/93) 
Scott Milanovich vs West Virginia, (9/18/93) 
Scott Milanovich vs Syracuse, (11/19/94) 
Scott Milanovich vs North Carolina, (9/11/93) 
John Kaleo vs Virginia, (9/5/92) 
Scott Milanovich vs NC State, (11/5/94) 
Scott Milanovich vs Virginia, (11/12/94) 
Scott Milanovich vs Georgia Tech, (9/28/95) 
John Kaleo vs North Carolina, (10/31/92) 

GAINED PASSING 

Scott Milanovich vs Virginia Tech, (9/25/93) 

Scott Milanovich vs West Virginia, (9/18/93) 

John Kaleo vs Clemson, (11/4/92) 

Scott Milanovich vs Wake Forest, (11/20/93) 

John Kaleo vs Pittsburgh, (10/3/92) 

Scott Milanovich vs Duke, (10/16/93) 

Scott Milanovich vs North Carolina, (9/11/93) 

John Kaleo vs Wake Forest, (10/17/92) 

Scott Milanovich vs Florida State, (11/18/95) 

John Kaleo vs Duke, (10/24/92) 

BEST COMPLETION PERCENTAGE (MINIMUM 10 ATTEMPTS) 

Bob Avellini vs Duke (10/11), (11/16/74) 
Scott Milanovich vs NC State (32/37), (11/15/94) 
Scott Milanovich vs Wake Forest (10/12), (11/23/94) 
Scott Milanovich vs NC State (20/24), (11/4/95) 
Brian Cummings vs Tulane (10/12), (9/2/95) 
Scott Milanovich vs Duke (29/36), (10/16/93) 
Scott Milanovich vs NC State (22/28), (11/13/93) 
Scott Zolak vs Wake Forest (14/18), (10/13/90) 
Dick Shiner vs North Carolina (14/18), (10/13/62) 
Scott Milanovich vs Florida State (46/62), (11/18/95) 



1. 


62 


2. 


58 


3. 


57 


4. 


56 


5. 


55 


6. 


54 




54 


8. 


51 




51 


10. 


50 


MO 

1. 


ST PA 

46 


2. 


37 


3. 


35 




35 


5. 


34 


6. 


32 




32 




32 




32 


10. 


31 


MO 

1. 


ST YA 
498 


2. 


451 


3. 


418 


4. 


416 


5. 


415 


6. 


414 


7. 


405 




405 


9. 


380 


10. 


378 


BEST COI 


1. 


.909 


2. 


.865 


3. 


.833 




.833 




.833 


6. 


.806 


7. 


.786 


8. 


.777 




.777 


10. 


.742 



MOST TOUCHDOWN PASSES THROWN 

1. 5 John Kaleo vs Clemson, (11/14/92) 

5 Scott Milanovich vs North Carolina, (11/11/93) 

5 Scott Milanovich vs West Virginia, (9/18/93) 

5 Scott Milanovich vs Wake Forest, (11/20/93) 

5 Scott Milanovich vs NC State, (11/5/94) 

6. 4 Mark Manges vs Villanova, (9/6/75) 

4 Scott Milanovich vs Virginia Tech, (9/25/93) 

4 Scott Milanovich vs Georgia Tech, (10/22/94) 

9. 3 Jack Scarbath vs Louisiana State, (10/25/52) 

3 Alan Pastrana vs Wake Forest, (9/24/66) 

3 Alan Pastrana vs Florida State, (11/26/66) 

3 Boomer Esiason vs Wake Forest, (10/15/83) 

3 Frank Reich vs Miami, (11/10/84) 

3 Stan Gelbaugh vs Duke, (10/26/85) 

3 Stan Gelbaugh vs Clemson, (11/16/85) 

3 Dan Henning vs Wake Forest, (10/18/86) 

3 Dan Henning vs North Carolina, (11/1/86) 

3 Neil 0'Donnell vs North Carolina, (10/29/88) 

3 John Kaleo vs Pittsburgh, (10/3/92) 

3 Scott Milanovich vs Tulane, (10/19/94) 

MOST INTERCEPTIONS THROWN 

1. 4 Dick Shiner vs Navy, (11/9/63) 

4 Alan Pastrana vs Clemson, (11/12/66) 

4 Larry Dick vs North Carolina, (10/29/77) 

4 Scott Zolak vs NC State, (10/27/90) 

4 John Kaleo vs Wake Forest, (10/17/92) 

4 Scott Milanovich vs Penn State, (10/2/93) 

CONSECUTIVE 300-YARD PASSING GAMES 

1. 3 Scott Milanovich, 1993 

2. 2 Dan Henning, 1986 
2 John Kaleo, 1992 

2 Scott Milanovich, 1994 

CONSECUTIVE 400-YARD PASSING GAMES 

1. 3 Scott Milanovich, 1993 

LONGEST TOUCHDOWN PASS 

92 yards from Stan Lavine to Ed Bolton vs South Carolina, (pass 
15 yards, run 77 yards), (10/29/49) 

LONGEST NON-SCORING PASS 

76 yards from Scott Milanovich to Jermaine Lewis vs West 
Virginia, (9/11/93) 



TERRAPIN FOOTBALL 



147 



Passing/Individual 




SEASON 



MOST PASSES ATTEMPTED 

1. 482 John Kaleo, 1992 

2. 431 Scott Milanovich, 1993 

3. 418 Scott Zolak, 1990 

4. 353 Dan Henning, 1986 

5. 333 Scott Milanovich, 1994 

6. 318 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, 1982 

2. 279 Scott Milanovich, 1993 

3. 229 Scott Milanovich, 1994 

4. 225 Scott Zolak, 1990 

5. 196 Dan Henning, 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 GAINED PASSING 

1. 3,486 Scott Milanovich, 1993 

2. 3,392 John Kaleo, 1992 

3. 2,725 Dan Henning, 1986 

4. 2,589 Scott 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 O'Donnell, 1988 





Jack Scarbath could run and pass with the best players in the nation. Pictured here, he quarterbacked the Terps to a 
28-13 victory over Tennessee in the 1952 Sugar Bowl. 



BEST COMPLETION PERCENTAGE 
(MINIMUM 100 ATTEMPTS) 

1. .688 Scott Milanovich, 1994 

2. .665 Scott Milanovich, 1995 

3. .646 Scott Milanovich, 1993 

4. .640 Neil O'Donnell, 1987 

5. .639 Frank Reich, 1984 

6. .621 Dale Betty, 1960 

7. .599 Neil O'Donnell, 1988 

8. .596 Dick Shiner, 1962 

9. .593 John Kaleo, 1992 

10. .554 Boomer Esiason, 1983 

MOST TOUCHDOWN PASSES THROWN 

Scott Milanovich, 1993 
Scott Milanovich, 1994 
Boomer Esiason, 1982 
Alan Pastrana, 1966 
John Kaleo, 1992 
Boomer Esiason, 1983 
Stan Gelbaugh, 1985 
Dan Henning, 1986 
Neil O'Donnell, 1988 
Mark Manges, 1976 



1. 


26 


2. 


20 


3. 


18 


4. 


17 




17 


6. 


15 




15 




15 


9. 


12 


10. 


11 



Scott Zolak enjoyed a strong season in his only year as a 
starter in 1990. He completed 225 of 418 passes for 
2,589 yards. 



MOST INTERCEPTIONS THROWN 

1. 22 John Kaleo, 1992 

2. 19 Scott Zolak, 1990 

3. 18 Scott Milanovich, 1993 

4. 16 Dick Shiner, 1962 

5. 14 Allan Pastrana, 1966 

6. 14 Stan Gelbaugh, 1985 

7. 13 Jeff Shugars, 1970 
13 Al Neville, 1971 

9. 11 Dan Henning, 1986 

11 Neil O'Donnell, 1988 

300-YARD PASSING GAMES 

1. 5 Scott Milanovich, 1993 

2.4 Dan Henning, 1986 

4 John Kaleo, 1992 

4. 3 Scott Milanovich, 1994 

5. 2 Stan Gelbaugh, 1985 

2 Scott Milanovich, 1995 

400-YARD PASSING GAMES 

1. 5 Scott Milanovich, 1993 

2. 3 John Kaleo, 1992 



148 



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Passing/Individual 




CAREER 



MOST PASSES ATTEMPTED 

1. 982 Scott Milanovich, (1992-95) 

2. 850 Boomer Esiason, (1981-83) 

3. 658 Neil O'Donnell, (1987-89) 

4. 641 Dan Henning, (1985-87) 

5. 537 John Kaleo, (1991-92) 

6. 536 Dick Shiner, (1961-63) 

7. 509 Scott Zolak, (1988-90) 

8. 454 Stan Gelbaugh, (1981-85) 

9. 402 Al Neville, (1971-73) 

10. 394 Bob Avellini, (1972-74) 



MOST PASSES COMPLETED 

1. 650 Scott Milanovich, (1992-95) 

2. 461 Boomer Esiason, (1981-83) 

3. 387 Neil O'Donnell, (1987-89) 

4. 353 Dan Henning, (1985-87) 

5. 305 John Kaleo, (1991-92) 

6. 287 Dick Shiner, (1961-63) 

7. 270 Scott Zolak, (1988-90) 

8. 261 Bob Avellini, (1972-74) 

9. 244 Stan Gelbaugh, (1981-85) 

10. 217 Al Neville, (1971-73) 




Scott Milanovich holds the career records for most passes attempted, 982, most passes completed, 650, and most yards passed for, 7,301. 



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149 



Passing/Individual 




MOST YARDS GAINED PASSING 

1. 7,301 Scott Milanovich, (1992-95) 

2. 6,259 Boomer Esiason, (1981-83) 

3. 4,989 Neil O'Donnell, (1987-89) 

4. 4,560 Dan Henning, (1985-87) 

5. 3,660 John Kaleo, (1991-92) 

6. 3,659 Stan Gelbaugh, (1981-85) 

7. 3,410 Dick Shiner, (1961-63) 

8. 3,222 Bob Avellini, (1972-74) 

9. 3,124 Scott Zolak, (1988-90) 

10. 2,601 Larry Dick, (1975-77) 

BEST COMPLETION PERCENTAGE 

1. .6623 (261/394) Bob Avellini, (1972-74) 

2. .6619 (650/982) Scott Milanovich, (1992-95) 

3. .629 (132/210) Frank Reich, (1983-84) 

4. .5882 (180/306) Larry Dick, (1975-77) 
.5881 (387/658) Neil O'Donnell, (1987-89) 

6. .582 (127/218) Dale Betty, (1958-60) 

7. .571 (52/91) Ben Kinard, (1973-74) 

8. .568 (305/537) John Kaleo, (1991-92) 

9. .560 (190/339) Brian Cummings, (1994-96) 

10. .553 (251/454) Stan Gelbaugh, (1981-85) 



MOST TOUCHDOWN PASSES THROWN 

1. 49 Scott Milanovich, (1992-95) 

2. 42 Boomer Esiason, (1981-83) 

3. 26 Neil O'Donnell, (1987-89) 

4. 24 Dan Henning, (1985-87) 

5. 23 Alan Pastrana, (1966-68) 

6. 22 Jack Scarbath, (1950-52) 

7. 21 Dick Shiner, (1961-63) 

8. 20 Stan Gelbaugh, (1981-85) 

9. 18 John Kaleo, (1991-92) 

10. 17 Al Neville, (1971-73) 

300-YARD PASSING GAMES 

1. 10 Scott Milanovich, (1992-95) 

2. 5 Dan Henning, (1985-87) 

3. 4 John Kaleo, (1991-92) 

4. 3 Stan Gelbaugh, (1984-85) 

5. 2 Scott Zolak, (1989-90) 
2 Bob Avellini, (1972-74) 

400-YARD PASSING GAMES 

1. 5 Scott Milanovich, (1992-95) 

2. 3 John Kaleo, (1992) 

MOST CONVERSION PASSES THROWN 

1. 7 Boomer Esiason, (1981-83) 




Brian Cummings is one of the most accurate passers in school history. 



Bob Avellini passed for the first of his two career 300-yard games when he threw for 
3K versus Duke on October II. 1972. 



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Passing/Team 





GAME 



Neil O'Donnell is ranked third all-time in passes completed, 387, and yards gained 
passing, 4,989. 




MOST ATTEMPTS 


1. 


62 


vs Florida State, (11/18/95) 


2. 


58 


vs North Carolina, (10/31/92) 


3. 


57 


vs NC State, (9/12/92) 




57 


vs Virginia Tech, (9/25/93) 




57 


vs Wake Forest, (11/20/93) 


6. 


56 


vs West Virginia, (9/18/93) 


7. 


54 


vs NC State, (9/27/86) 


8. 


51 


vs Georgia Tech, (9/28/95) 




51 


vs Virginia, (11/12/94) 


10. 


50 


vs North Carolina, (9/11/93) 


MOST COMPLETIONS 


1. 


46 


vs Florida State, (11/18/95) 


2. 


38 


vs Wake Forest, (11/20/93) 


3. 


36 


vs West Virginia, (9/18/93) 


4. 


35 


vs Syracuse, (11/19/94) 


5. 


34 


vs North Carolina, (9/11/93) 


6. 


32 


vs Virginia, (9/5/92) 




32 


vs NC State, (11/5/94) 




32 


vs Virginia, (11/12/94) 




32 


vs Georgia Tech, (9/28/95) 


10. 


31 


vs North Carolina, (10/31/92) 


MOST YARDS 


1. 


498 


vs Virginia Tech, (9/25/93) 


2. 


471 


vs West Virginia, (9/18/93) 


3. 


425 


vs Wake Forest, (11/20/93) 


4. 


418 


vs Clemson, (11/14/92) 


5. 


415 


vs Pittsburgh, (10/3/92) 


6. 


414 


vs Duke, (10/16/93) 


7. 


405 


vs North Carolina, (9/11/93) 




405 


vs Wake Forest, (10/17/92) 


9. 


380 


vs Florida State, (11/18/95) 


10. 


378 


vs Duke, (10/24/92) 


HIGHEST COMPLETION PERCENTAGE 


1. 


.865 


vs NC State (32/37), (11/5/94) 


2. 


.833 


vs NC State (20/24), (11/4/95) 


3. 


.806 


vs Duke (29/36), (10/16/93) 


4. 


.800 


vs Duke (16/20), (11/16/74) 


5. 


.778 


vs Wake Forest (14/18), (10/13/90) 


6. 


.744 


vs NC State (29/39), (11/13/93) 


7. 


.742 


vs Florida State (46/62), (11/10/95) 


8. 


.647 


vs Wake Forest (22/34), (9/23/94) 


9. 


.640 


vs North Carolina (16/25), (10/13/62) 


10. 


.632 


vs Mane (12/19), (9/2/95) 



Alan Pastrana became the fifth quarterback in school history to pass for more than 
1,000 yards in a single season as he led Maryland in passing during the 1968 season. 



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151 



Passing/Team 




SEASON 



MOST ATTEMPTS 




Att. 


Year 


1 


514 


1992 


2 


473 


1993 


3 


441 


1990 


4 


428 


1994 


5 


399 


1987 


6 


363 


1991 


7 


362 


1995 


8 


355 


1986 


9 


351 


1989 


10. 332 


1983 


MOST COMPLETIONS 




Comp. 


Year 


1 


304 


1992 


2 


302 


1993 


3 


291 


1994 


4 


238 


1990 


5 


228 


1987 


6 


226 


1995 


7 


197 


1986 


8 


189 


1984 




189 


1989 


1 

M 


D. 185 
OST YARDS 


1983 




Yards 


Year 


1 


3,823 


1993 


2 


3,628 


1992 


3 


3,037 


1994 


4 


2,774 


1990 


5 


2,748 


1987 


6 


2,728 


1986 


7 


2,602 


1984 


8 


2,563 


1983 


9 


2,510 


1989 


1 


). 2,475 


1985 


H 


IGHEST COMPLETION 


P 


ERCENTAGE 






Comp. % 


Year 


1 


.680 


1994 


2 


.638 


1993 


3 


.624 


1995 


4 


.618 


1984 


5 


.593 


1973 




.593 


1988 


7 


.591 


1992 


8 


.577 


1960 


9 


.573 


1976 


1 


). .571 


1987 




MOST TOUCHDOWN PASSES 



Two of the greatest: Maryland's Heisman Trophy runner-up Jack Scarbath had many 
opportunities to share quarterback stories with Boomer Esiason. 






TD 


Year 


1. 


26 


1993 


2. 


23 


1994 


3 


18 


1982 




18 


1992 


5. 


17 


1966 


6. 


16 


1983 


7. 


15 


1985 




15 


1986 


9. 


14 


1971 


10. 


14 


1984 


MO 


ST INTERCEPTIONS 


THROWN 






Int. 


Year 


1. 


23 


1992 


2. 


22 


1962 


3. 


21 


1993 


4. 


20 


1970 




20 


1990 


6. 


19 


1958 




19 


1991 


8. 


18 


1972 




18 


1987 


10. 


17 


1950 




17 


1950 



Brian Cummings has been on target as Maryland's 
quarterback. He will start for his third season in 1997. 



152 



TERRAPIN FOOTBALL 



Receiving/Individual 




GAME 



RECEPTIONS 


1. 


16 


2. 


14 




14 


4. 


13 


5. 


12 


6. 


11 




11 




11 




11 




11 




11 


YARDS 


1. 


251 


2. 


250 


3. 


220 


4. 


218 


5. 


205 


6. 


189 


7. 


188 


8. 


187 


9. 


184 


10. 


182 


yylfiDS PER 1 


1. 


44.0 


2. 


31.3 


3. 


28.0 


4. 


27.7 


5. 


26.9 


6. 


26.0 


7. 


25.4 


8. 


24.2 




24.2 


10. 


22.8 



Geroy Simon vs Florida State, (11/18/95) 
Frank Wycheck vs Virginia Tech, (9/1/90) 
Russ Weaver vs Wake Forest, (11/20/93) 
Jermaine Lewis vs Georgia Tech, (9/28/95) 
Frank Wycheck vs NC State, (9/22/90) 
John Tice vs Clemson, (11/16/63) 
Marcus Badgett vs Pittsburgh, (10/3/92) 
Marcus Badgett vs Wake Forest, (10/17/92) 
Geroy Simon vs West Virginia, (9/17/94) 
Allen Williams vs Syracuse, (11/19/94) 
Jermaine Lewis vs NC State, (11/4/95) 

Marcus Badgett vs Pittsburgh, (10/3/92) 
Jermaine Lewis vs North Carolina, (9/1/93) 
James Milling vs North Carolina, (11/1/86) 
Marcus Badgett vs Duke, (10/24/92) 
Jermaine Lewis vs Duke, (9/23/95) 
Jermaine Lewis vs Georgia Tech, (9/28/95) 
Russell Davis vs Penn State, (9/11/82) 
Marcus Badgett vs Wake Forest, (10/17/92) 
Marcus Badgett vs Clemson, (11/14/92) 
Greg Hill vs Miami, (10/10/84) 

ECEPTION 

James Milling vs North Carolina (5/220), 1986 
Jermaine Lewis vs Georgia Tech (4/105), 1993 
Lloyd Colteryahn vs Auburn (4/112), 1951 
Jermaine Lewis vs UNC (9/250), 1993 
Russell Davis vs Penn State (7/188), 1982 
Ben Scotti vs Auburn (4/104), 1958 
Pete Augsberger vs Navy (5/127), 1950 
Marcus Badgett vs Duke (9/218), 1992 
Jermaine Lewis vs West Virginia (6/145), 1993 
Marcus Badgett vs Pittsburgh (11/251), 1992 




Ferrell Edmunds is one of the best tight ends in school history. 




Darryl Hill is one of only two players in school history to catch two touchdown passes 
in back-to-back games. He caught two each versus Air Force and Wake Forest in 
consecutive weeks during the 1963 season. 

TOUCHDOWNS 

1. 3 James Milling vs North Carolina, (11/1/86) 

3 Jermaine Lewis vs West Virginia, (9/18/93) 

3. 2 Lloyd Colteryahn vs Louisiana State, (10/25/52) 

2 Darryl Hill vs Air Force, (10/19/63) 

2 Darryl Hill vs Wake Forest, (10/26/63) 

2 Billy Van Heusen vs Florida State, (11/26/66) 

2 Vince Kinney vs Villanova, (9/6/75) 

2 Russell Davis vs Penn State, (9/11/82) 

2 Greg Hill vs Wake Forest, (10/16/82) 

2 Greg Hill vs Duke, (10/23/82) 

2 Greg Hill vs West Virginia, (9/17/83) 

2 Greg Hill vs Wake Forest, (10/15/83) 

2 Greg Hill vs Miami, (10/10/84) 

2 Bren Lowery vs West Virginia, (9/19/87) 

2 Vernon Joines vs North Carolina, (10/31/87) 

2 Barry Johnson vs Michigan, (9/30/92) 

2 Marcus Badgett vs Pittsburgh, (10/3/92 

2 Marcus Badgett vs Duke, (10/24/92) 

2 Marcus Badgett vs Clemson, (11/14/92) 

2 Jason Kremus vs Wake Forest, (11/20/93) 

2 Walt Williams vs Virginia Tech, (9/25/93) 

2 Jermaine Lewis vs North Carolina, (9/11/93) 

2 Jermaine Lewis vs NC State, (11/5/94) 

2 Jermaine Lewis vs Georgia Tech, (10/22/94) 

2 Jermaine Lewis vs Wake Forest, (9/24/94) 

2 Mancel Johnson vs North Carolina, (9/9/95) 



TERRAPIN FOOTBALL 



153 



Receiving/Individual 




SEASON 

RECEPTIONS 

1. 
2. 
3. 
4. 
5. 
6. 
7. 



10. 

YARDS 

1. 
2. 
3. 
4. 
5. 
6. 
7. 
8. 
9. 
10. 



77 Geroy Simon, 1994 

75 Marcus Badgett, 1992 

69 Russ Weaver, 1993 

66 Jermaine Lewis, 1995 

58 Frank Wycheck, 1990 

56 Richie Harris, 1992 

54 Geroy Simon, 1995 

52 Dan Prunzik, 1992 

52 Jermaine Lewis, 1993 

51 Greg Hill, 1984 

1,240 Marcus Badgett, 1992 

957 Jermaine Lewis, 1993 

937 Jermaine Lewis, 1995 

891 Geroy Simon, 1994 

820 Greg Hill, 1984 

689 Barry Johnson, 1989 

680 Dan Prunzik, 1992 

671 Azizuddin Abdur-Ra'oof, 1985 

650 James Milling, 1986 

629 Barry Johnson, 1990 



YARDS PER RECEPTION 




1. 
2. 
3. 
4. 
5. 



9. 
10. 



21.0 Marcus Badgett, 1991 

19.7 James Milling, 1986 
19.2 Azizuddin Abdur-Ra'oof, 

18.8 Mancel Johnson, 1993 
18.5 Lloyd Colteryahn, 1952 
18.5 Barry Johnson, 1990 

18.4 Jermaine Lewis, 1993 

18.1 James Milling, 1987 

17.2 Ferrell Edmunds, 197 

16.5 Marcus Badgett, 1992 



1985 



TOUCHDOWNS 

1. 9 Marcus Badgett, 1992 

9 Jermaine Lewis, 1994 

3. 8 Dan Bungori, 1971 

4. 7 Greg Hill, 1982 
7 Greg Hill, 1983 

6. 6 Don Ratlitt, 1972 

6 James Milling, 1986 

6 Barry Johnson, 1989 

9. 5 Walter White, 1973 

5 Kim Hoover, 1975 

5 Russell Davis, 1982 

5 Sean Sullivan, 1983 

5 Vernon Joines, 1987 

lOO-YARD RECEIVING GAMES 

1. 5 Marcus Badgett, 1992 

2. 4 Jermaine Lewis, 1993 
4 Jermaine Lewis, 1994 
4 Jermaine Lewis, 1995 



Greg Hill is tied for the team record for multiple touchdown reception games. He caught two touchdown 
passes in five games during his career. 



CONSECUTIVE 1 OO-YARD RECEIVING GAMES 

1. 4 Jermaine Lewis, 1994 

2. 2 Marcus Badgett, 1992 
2 Jermaine Lewis, 1993 

2 Jermaine Lewis, (2 times) 1995 

CONSECUTIVE 200-YARD RECEIVING GAMES 

1. 2 Marcus Badgett, 1992 

2. 1 James Milling, 1986 

1 Jermaine Lewis, 1993 

1 Jermaine Lewis, 1995 




Marcus Badgett holds the school record 
for most games with 100 yards or more 
in receptions. 



154 



TERRAPIN FOOTBALL 



Receiving/Individual 




CAREER 



RECEPTIONS 




1. 


193 


Jermaine Lewis, (1992-95) 


2. 


185 


Geroy Simon, (1993-96) 


3. 


134 


Frank Wycheck, (1990-92) 


4. 


120 


Russ Weaver, (1992-94) 


5. 


108 


Azizuddin Abdur-Ra'oof, (1984-87) 


6. 


106 


Barry Johnson, (1987-90) 


7. 


101 


Ferrell Edmunds, (1984-87) 


8. 


100 


Frank Russell, (1972-74) 




100 


Marcus Badgett, (1990-92) 


10. 


97 


Greg Hill, (1982-84) 


YARDS 




1. 


2,932 


Jermaine Lewis, (1992-95) 


2. 


2,059 


Geroy Simon, (1993-96) 


3. 


1,895 


Azizuddin Abdur-Ra'oof, (1984-87) 


4. 


1,748 


Marcus Badgett, (1990-92) 


5. 


1,721 


Greg Hill, (1982-84) 




1,721 


Barry Johnson, (1987-90) 


7. 


1,641 


Ferrell Edmunds, (1984-87) 


8. 


1,446 


James Milling, (1984-87) 


9. 


1,408 


Russell Davis, (1981-83) 


10. 


1,344 


Frank Russell, (1972-74) 


YARDS PER RECEPTION 


1. 


19.1 


Billy Van Heusen, (1965-67) 


2. 


18.9 


Lloyd Colteryahn, (1950-52) 


3. 


18.1 


James Milling, (1981-84) 


4. 


17.7 


Greg Hill, (1982-84) 


5. 


17.5 


Azizuddin Abdur-Ra'oof, (1984-87) 




17.5 


Marcus Badgett, (1990-92) 


7. 


17.2 


Russell Davis, (1981-83) 


8. 


17.1 


Bobby Collins, (1964-66) 


9. 


16.2 


Ferrell Edmunds, (1984-87) 


10. 


16.2 


Barry Johnson, (1987-90) 


rOC/CtfDOWWS 


1. 


21 


Jermaine Lewis, (1992-95) 


2. 


18 


Greg Hill, (1982-84) 


3. 


12 


Gary Collins, (1959-61) 


4. 


11 


Barry Johnson, (1987-90) 




11 


Marcus Badgett, (1990-92) 


6. 


10 


Azizuddin Abdur-Ra'oof, (1984-87) 




10 


Ferrell Edmunds, (1984-87) 




10 


Mancel Johnson, (1993-96) 




10 


Geroy Simon, (1993-96) 


10. 


9 


Vernon Joines, (1985-88) 





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100-YARD RECEIVING GAMES 

1. 15 Jermaine Lewis, (1992-95) 

2. 5 Marcus Badgett, (1990-92) 

3. 4 Greg Hill, (1982-84) 



Geroy Simon's 77 receptions during the 1994 season is the school and Atlantic Coast 
Conference single season record. 

200-YARD RECEIVING GAMES 

1. 2 Marcus Badgett, (1990-92) 

2 Jermaine Lewis, (1992-95) 

3. 1 James Milling, (1984-87) 

MOST CONSECUTIVE GAMES CATCHING A PASS 

36 Geroy Simon, (1993-96) 



TERRAPIN FOOTBALL 



155 



Punting/Kicking 




GAME 



Steve Adams vs Florida, (10/10/81) 
Greg Fries vs Clemson, (10/9/68) 
Greg Fries vs Syracuse, (10/11/69) 
Mike Sochko vs Cincinnati, (11/8/75) 
Dale Castro vs Kentucky, (9/29/79) 
Dale Castro vs Penn State, (10/6/79) 
Mike Sochko vs Penn State, (9/24/77) 
Dale Castro vs Penn State, (11/4/78) 
Dale Castro vs Clemson, (9/15/79) 
Dan DeArmas vs Georgia Tech, (10/6/90) 
Dan DeArmas vs Georgia Tech, (10/12/91) 
Dan DeArmas vs North Carolina, (11/2/91) 
Dan DeArmas vs Penn State, (11/9/91) 

RAGE (MINIMUM 2 PUNTS) 

Scott Milanovich vs NC State, (11/133/93) 
Scott Milanovich vs Wake Forest, (11/20/93) 
Scott Milanovich vs Clemson, (10/1/94) 
Bernie Faloney vs Mississippi, (11/15/52) 
Dan DeArmas vs Wake Forest, (10/13/90) 
Scott Milanovich vs Virginia, (9/4/93) 
Phil Wagenheim vs Virginia, (11/23/74) 
Greg Fries vs South Carolina, (10/19/68) 
Phil Wagenheim vs Wake Forest, (10/19/68) 
Mike Sochko vs Clemson, (9/10/77) 

MOST YARDS 

510 Bill Guckeyson vs Syracuse, (10/24/36) 

LONGEST PUNT 

88 yards by John Fritsch vs Miami (Fla.), (10/12/56) 

LONGEST PUNT BY OPPONENT 

84 yards by Charlie Justice of North Carolina, (11/13/48) 



PUNTING 


MOST PUNTS 


1. 


12 


2. 


11 




11 




11 




11 




11 


7. 


10 




10 




10 




10 




10 




10 




10 


HIGHEST AVE 


1. 


52.7 


2. 


52.5 


3. 


49.0 


4. 


47.6 


5. 


47.3 




47.3 


7. 


46.6 


8. 


45.5 


9. 


45.0 


10. 


44.3 







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ass, run and punt the ball. He posted excellent numbers 




Dan DeArmas averaged over 40 yards per punt in two different seasons and did not 
miss an extra point attempt during three consecutive seasons. 



FIELD GOALS 

MOST ATTEMPTS 



1. 5 

5 
3. 4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

MOST MADE 

1. 5 

2. 4 
4 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 



4. 



Dale Castro vs Mississippi State, (9/22/79) 
Dan Plocki vs West Virginia, (9/21/85) 
Bernardo Bramson vs Clemson, (11/13/65) 
Ed Loncar vs Syracuse, (10/14/75) 
Ed Loncar vs Louisville, (9/16/78) 
Dale Castro vs Clemson, (9/15/79) 
Jess Atkinson vs Vanderbilt, (9/15/84) 
Dan Plocki vs NC State, (9/27/86) 
Dan DeArmas vs Wake Forest, (10/14/89) 

Dale Castro vs Mississippi State, (9/22/79) 
Dale Castro vs Clemson, (9/15/79) 
Dan Plocki vs West Virginia, (9/21/85) 
Vincent Scott vs West Virginia, (9/19/59) 
Steve Mike-Mayer vs Villanova, (10/14/72) 
Steve Mike-Mayer vs Alabama, (9/14/74) 
Ed Loncar vs North Carolina, (9/23/78) 
Jess Atkinson vs Virginia, (10/1/83) 
Dan Plocki vs NC State, (9/27/86) 
Dan Plocki vs Syracuse, (10/1/88) 
Dan DeArmas vs Western Michigan, (9/16/89) 
Dan DeArmas vs Duke, (10/20/90) 



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TERRAPIN FOOTBALL 



Punting/Kicking 




SEASON 



PUNTING 
HIGHEST AVERAGE 



1. 
2. 

3. 
4. 
5. 
6. 
7. 



10. 



43.8 Scott Milanovich, 1993 

42.2 Phil Wagenheim 1974 

41.8 Scott Milanovich, 1994 

41.5 Dan DeArmas, 1989 

40.9 Dale Castro, 1980 
40.8 Mike Sochko, 1977 

40.6 Darryl Wright, 1987 
40.4 Duey Graham, 1970 
40.4 Mike Sochko, 1975 
40.2 Dan DeArmas, 1991 



MOST PUNTS 

90 by Dan DeArmas, 1991 

MOST YARDS 

3,615 by Dan DeArmas, 1991 




Jess Atkinson kicked three field goals versus Virginia on October 1. 1983. 



KICKING 




FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 


1. 


,'!, 


Ed Loncar, 1978 


2. 


25 


Steve Mike-Mayer, 1974 


3. 


24 


Steve Mike-Mayer, 1973 


4. 


,'.' 


Jess Atkinson, 1982 




22 


Dan Plocki, 1988 


6. 


21 


Mike Sochko, 1975 




,' 1 


Dale Castro, 1979 




21 


Jess Atkinson, 1981 


9. 


20 


Jess Atkinson, 1984 


10. 


19 


Jess Atkinson, 1983 


FIE 


LD GOALS MADE 


1. 


17 


Dale Castro, 1979 




17 


Jess Atkinson, 1984 




17 


Dan Plocki, 1988 


4. 


16 


Ed Loncar, 1978 




16 


Jess Atkinson, 1982 


6. 


15 


Steve Mike-Mayer, 1974 




15 


Jess Atkinson, 1983 


8. 


14 


Dan DeArmas, 1990 


9. 


L2 


Steve Mike-Mayer, 1973 




12 


Mike Sochko, 1975 




12 


Jess Atkinson, 1981 




12 


Joe 0'Donnell, 1996 


HIC 


WEST POINT AFTER TOUCHDOWN AVERAGE 


1. 


1.000 


John Hannigan, (17/17), 1961 




1.000 


Bernardo Bramson, (15/15), 1965 




1.000 


Jess Atkinson, (39/39), 1982 




1.000 


Jess Atkinson, (28/28), 1983 




1.000 


Ramon Paredes, (13/13), 1985 




1.000 


Dan Plocki, (29/29), 1986 




1.000 


Dan Plocki, (16/16), 1987 




1.000 


Dan Plocki, (27/27), 1988 




1.000 


Dan DeArmas, (24/24), 1989 




1.000 


Dan DeArmas, (23/23), 1990 




1.000 


Dan DeArmas, (15/15), 1991 



LONGEST FIELD GOAL 

54 yards by Steve Mike-Mayer vs Villanova, (9/29/73) 

MOST CONSECUTIVE FIELD GOALS 

16 by Dale Castro, 1979 



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157 



Punting/Kicking 




CAREER 



PUNTING 


MOST PUNTS 


1. 


268 


2. 


224 


3. 


209 


4. 


169 


5. 


168 


6. 


142 


7. 


133 


8. 


132 


9. 


113 


10. 


106 


MOST YARDS 


1. 


10,627 


2. 


8,584 


3. 


8,389 


4. 


6,789 


5. 


6,696 


6. 


5,509 


7. 


5,290 


S. 


5,125 


9. 


4,205 


10. 


4,138 


yll/£ft4G£ 


l. 


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 Wright, (1984-87) 
Mike Sochko, (1975-77) 
Greg Fries, (1968-70) 
Howard Humphries, (1963-65) 
Scott Milanovich, (1992-95) 
Alan Sadler, (1982-83) 
Gary Collins, (1959-61) 
Phil Wagenheim, (1973-74) 

Dan DeArmas, (1988-91) 
Dale Castro, (1978-80) 
Darrell Wright, (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 Sochko, (1975-77) 
Darrel Wright, (1984-87) 
Greg Fries, (1968-70) 
Dan DeArmas, (1988-91) 
Billy Van Heusen, (1965-67) 
Alan Sadler, (1982-83) 



Mike Sochko served Maryland as both a 
punter and kicker. His punts traveled an 
average of 40.2 yards and he connected 
on 17 career field goal attempts. 





Dale Castro ranks in the top ten in school history in field goals made, 27, and 
attempted, 39. 

KICKING 

FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 



1. 
2. 
3. 
4. 
5. 
6. 



9. 
10. 



82 Jess Atkinson, (1981-84) 

71 Steve Mike-Mayer, (1972-74) 

63 Dan Plocki, (1985-88) 

43 Dan DeArmas (1988-91) 

41 Ed Loncar, (1976-78) 

39 Bernardo Bramson, (1964-66) 

39 Dale Castro, (1979-80) 

36 John Hannigan, (1960-62) 

28 Mike Sochko, (1975-76) 

19 Kambiz Behbahani, (1970-71) 



FIELD GOALS MADE 

1. 60 Jess Atkinson, (1981-84) 

2. 47 Dan Plocki, (1985-88) 

3. 37 Steve Mike-Mayer, (1972-74) 

4. 32 Dan DeArmas, (1988-1991) 

5. 29 Joe 0'Donnell, (1994-96) 

6. 27 Dale Castro, (1979-80) 

7. 22 John Hannigan, (1961-62) 
22 Ed Loncar, (1976-78) 

9. 18 Bernardo Bramson, (1964-66) 

10. 17 Mike Sochko, (1975-76) 

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE 

1. .800 Joe 0'Donnell, (28/35), 1994-96 

2. .746 Dan Plocki, (47/63), 1985-88 

3. .744 Dan DeArmas, (32/43), 1988-91 

4. .731 Jess Atkinson, (60/82), 1981-84 

5. .631 Kambiz Behbahani, (12/19), 1970-71 

POINT AFTER TOUCHDOWN AVERAGE 
1. 1.000 Dan Plocki, (72/72), 1986-88 
1.000 Dan DeArmas, (62/62), 1989-92 

MOST CONSECUTIVE POINT AFTER TOUCHDOWNS 

93 by Jess Atkinson, (1981-84) 



158 



TERRAPIN FOOTBALL 



Defense 




SEASON 



TACKLES 



1. 


188 


Neal Olkewicz, 1978 


2. 


186 


Ted Klaube, 1977 


3. 


178 


Eric Wilson, 1983 


4. 


173 


Harry Walters, 1974 


5. 


172 


Kevin Walker, 1987 


6. 


160 


Eric Wilson, 1984 


7. 


159 


Brian Matera, 1979 


8. 


157 


Brad Carr, 1976 


9. 


153 


Mike Jarmolowich, 1991 


10. 


151 


Bruce Palmer, 1978 




151 


Chuck Faucette, 1986 


SACKS 




1. 


13 


Bruce Palmer, 1978 




13 


Mark Duda, 1982 


3. 


12 


Randy White, 1974 




12 


Charles Johnson, 1978 




12 


Bruce Mesner, 1995 


6. 


11 


Marlin Van Horn, 1979 




11 


Mike Corvino, 1981 


8. 


10 


Jack Bradford, 1980 




10 


Gurnest Brown, 1981 


10. 


8 


Ernie Salley, 1975 


INTERCEPTIONS 


1. 


10 


Bob Sullivan, 1965 
(Led Nation) 


2. 


8 


Tom Brown, 1961 


3. 


7 


Bob Smith, 1972 




7 


Ralph Lary, 1979 




7 


Lendell Jones, 1982 




7 


Clarence Baldwin, 1983 


7. 


6 


Joe Horning, 1951 




6 


Bernie Faloney, 1953 




6 


Tom Brown, 1962 




6 


Larry Marshall, 1971 




6 


Keeta Covington, 1985 




6 


Andreal Johnson, 1995 




CAREER 



TACKLES 



Neal Olkewicz was credited with a school 
record 188 tackles during the 1978 
season. 




1. 
2. 
3. 
4. 
5. 
6. 
7. 



481 
466 
424 
414 
386 
382 
351 

8. 347 

9. 344 

10. 330 

SACKS 



1. 24 

2. 19 
19 
19 

5. 18 

18 

7. 17 

3. 15 
15 

10. 14 



Eric Wilson, (1981-84) 
Chuck Faucette, (1983-86) 
Ratcliff Thomas, (1993-96) 
Mike Jarmolowich, (1989-92) 
Bradd Carr, (1974-77) 
Scott Saylor, (1987-89) 
Bruce Palmer, (1976-78) 
Mike Corvino, (1979-82) 
Ted Klaube, (1975-77) 
Kevin Walker, (1985-87) 

Mike Corvino, (1979-82) 

Charles Johnson, (1976-78) 

Bruce Palmer, (1976-780 

Mark Duda, (1979-82) 

Gurnest Brown, (1979-82) 

Bruce Mesner, (1983-86) 

Joe Campbell, (1973-76) 

Ernie Salley, (1974-77) 

Jack Bradford, (1987-90) 

Marlin Van Horn, (1977-78, 1980) 



INTERCEPTIONS 



1. 
2. 
3. 
4. 

6. 
7. 



10. 



Ted Kalube's 186 tackles in 1977 and 344 
career stops ranks among the school's 
all-time top-10 in both categories. 



17 Tom Brown, (1960-62) 

15 Bob Smith, (1972-74) 

14 Lendell Jones, (1981-83) 

13 Bob Sullivan, (1963-65) 

13 Ken Schroy, (1972-74) 

11 Andreal Johnson, (1993-96) 

10 Lloyd Burruss, (1976-80) 

10 Ralph Lary, (1977-80) 

10 Howard Eubanks, (1979-82) 

9 Wally Stainaker, (1967-69) 

9 Jim Brechbiel, (1973-75) 

9 Eric Wilson, (1980-84) 

9 Clarence Baldwin, (1981-83) 

9 Keeta Covington, (1983-86) 



Randy White 
(94), a 
devastating 
defensive player, 
recorded 12 
quarterback sacks 
in 1974 and was 
then drafted into 
the National 
Football League. 




Milce Corvino (71) 
is the all-time 
school leader with 
24 career sacks. 



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159 



Interception/Punt/Kickoff Returns 




INTERCEPTION RETURNS 

MOST YARDS GAINED ON INTERCEPTION RETURNS 

Game: 111 Dick Lewis vs NC State, (11/22/56) 

Season: 147 Joe Horning, 1951 

LONGEST SCORING RUN OFF INTERCEPTION 

100 yards by Joe Horning vs Missouri, (11/3/51), (105 actual) 
100 yards by Dick Lewis vs NC State, (11/22/56), (104 actual) 
100 yards by Tom Brown vs Virginia, (11/24/62) 

LONGEST NON-SCORING RUN OFF INTERCEPTION 

89 yards by Kevin Benson vs Virginia, (11/10/73) 

PUNT RETURNS 

MOST PUNT RETURNS 

Game: 8 Larry Marshall vs Villanova, (9/11/71) 

Season: 40 Bob Smith, 1973 

MOST YARDS GAINED 

Game: 146 Bob Shemonski vs NC State, (10/21/50) 

Season: 420 Bob Smith, 1973 







BEST AVERAGE 

Season: 24.5 



Larry Marshall returned a school record eight punts versus Villanova on September 11. 
1971. 



Tom Brown, 1961 



LONGEST PUNT RETURN FOR A TOUCHDOWN 

90 yards by Dick Nolan vs Clemson, (10/3/53) 

LONGEST NON-SCORING PUNT RETURN 

67 yards by John McVicker vs Syracuse, (9/22/56) 

LONGEST PUNT RETURNED FOR A TOUCHDOWN BY AN OPPONENT 

100 yards by Frank Brady of Navy, (11/10/51) 

KICKOFF RETURNS 
MOST KICKOFF RETURNS 

Game: 9 Raphael Wall vs Penn State, (11/9/91) 

Season: 34 Bren Lowery, 1988 

MOST YARDS GAINED ON KICKOFF RETURNS 

Game: 182 Allen Williams vs Penn State, (10/2/93) 

Season: 702 Bren Lowery, 1988 

BEST KICKOFF RETURN AVERAGE 

Season: 44.0 Howie Dare, 1957 

LONGEST KICKOFF RETURN FOR A TOUCHDOWN 

100 yards by Dick Novak & Dennis Condie vs Virginia, (11/19/60) 
100 yards by Kenny Ambrusko vs Navy, (11/7/64) 

LONGEST NON-SCORING KICKOFF RETURN 

97 yards by Sammy Johnson vs Vanderbilt, (9/13/80) 

LONGEST KICKOFF RETURN FOR A TOUCHDOWN BY OPPONENT 

98 yards by Doug Thomas of Clemson, (9/15/90) 





Tom Brown recorded eight interceptions during the 1961 season and was a first round 
draft choice of both professional football and major league baseball. 



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TERRAPIN FOOTBALL 



Scoring 




SEASON 



POINTS 



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-Mayer, 1974 


9. 


78 


Dan Plocki, 1988 


10. 


73 


Ed Loncar, 1978 




73 


Jess Atkinson, 1983 


MOST TOUCHDOWNS 


1. 


16 


Lu Gambino, 1947 




16 


Bob Shemonski, 1950 




16 


Ed Vereb, 1955 




16 


Rick Badanjek, 1984 




CAREER 



MOST POINT AFTER TOUCHDOWNS 

39 by Jess Atkinson, 1982 



Rick Badanjek scored a school-record 102 
points in 1984; he is the only player in 
school history to score more than 100 
points in a single season. 



POINTS 



1. 
2. 
3. 
4. 
5. 
6. 
7. 

9. 

10. 



308 
286 
233 
203 
192 
162 
158 
158 
152 
151 



Jess Atkinson, (1981-84) 
Rick Badanjek, (1982-85) 
Dan Plocki, (1985-88) 
Steve Mike-Mayer, (1972-74) 
Steve Atkins, (1975-78) 
Louis Carter, (1972-74) 
Charlie Wysocki, (1978-81) 
Dan DeArmas, (1988-91) 
Jermaine Lewis, (1992-95) 
Joe 0'Donnell, (1993-96) 



TOUCHDOWNS 

48 by Rick Badanjek, (1982-84) 

MOST POINT AFTER TOUCHDOWNS 

128 by Jess Atkinson, (1981-84) 




Steve Miie-Mayer led Maryland in scoring in 1974 when he kicked 34 point after touchdowns and 15 field goals. 



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161 



Total Offense Yardage 




INDIVIDUAL 

SEASON 

1. 3,472 John Kaleo, 1992 

2. 3,437 Scott Milanovich, 1993 

3. 2,681 Dan Henning, 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'Donnell, 1988 

9. 2,059 Neil O'Donnell, 1989 

10. 1,782 Dan Henning, 1987 

CAREER 

1. 7,111 Scott Milanovich, (1992-95) 

2. 6,081 Boomer Esiason, (1981-83) 

3. 5,060 Neil O'Donnell, (1987-89) 

4. 4,463 Dan Henning, (1985-87) 

5. 3,686 John Kaleo, (1991-92) 

6. 3,569 Stan Gelbaugh, (1981-85) 

7. 3,533 Dick Shiner, (1961-63) 

8. 3,317 Charlie Wysocki, (1978-81) 

9. 3,285 Bob Avellini, (1982-85) 

10. 3,107 Rick Badanjek, (1982-85) 



TEAM 

MOST YARDS 

Game: 802 
Season: 5,131 



L 

L 

L 



vs Virginia, (11/22/75) 
1992 (1,503 rush, 3,628 pass) 



FEWEST TOTAL YARDS 

Game: 29 vs Syracuse, (10/3/59) 

Season: 2,228 1967 (nine games) 

MOST TOTAL PLAYS 

Game: 105 vs NC State, (9/12/92) 

Season: 945 1992 

MOST YARDS BY OPPONENT 

Season: 6,083 1993 in 11 games (3,490 rushing, 2,593 
passing) 

FEWEST YARDS BY OPPONENT 

Season: 1,691 1955 in 10 games (761 rushing, 930 passing) 

MOST YARDS BY TWO TEAMS 

Game: 1,294 vs Florida State, (11/7/92) 




John Kaleo accounted for 3,472 yards of total offense as 
Maryland's starting quarterback during the 1992 season. 



Charlie Wysocki is one of only two running backs on Maryland's career top- 10 total offense list. 



162 



TERRAPIN FOOTBALL 



Yearly Rushing and Scoring Leaders 




Rushing Leaders 




Year 


Player 


Carries-Yards 


1947 


Lu Gambino 


125-904 


1948 


Herbert Werner 


101-554 


1949 


Dick Modzelewski 


120-589 


1950 


Bob Shemonski 


101-560 


1951 


Ralph Felton 


83-485 


1952 


Jack Scarbath 


103-237 


1953 


Ralph Felton 


100-558 


1954 


Ron Waller 


66-592 


1955 


Ed Vereb 


113-642 


1956 


Tom Selep 


62-315 


1957 


Ted Kershner 


41-227 


1958 


Jim Joyce 


97-406 


1959 


Jim Joyce 


137-567 


1960 


Pat Drass 


76-297 


1961 


Ernie Arizzi 


79-375 


1962 


Len Chiaverini 


156-602 


1963 


Jerry Fishman 


116-480 


1964 


Bo Hickey 


182-894 


1965 


Ernie Torain 


93-370 


1966 


Billy Lovett 


98-451 


1967 


Billy Lovett 


137-499 


1968 


Billy Lovett 


217-963 


1969 


Tom Miller 


169-629 


1970 


Art Seymore 


221-981 


1971 


Monte Hinkle 


117-472 


1972 


Louis Carter 


119-474 


1973 


Louis Carter 


218-801 


1974 


Louis Carter 


224-991 


1975 


Steve Atkins 


87-491 


1976 


Alvin Maddox 


141-678 


1977 


George Scott 


188-894 


1978 


Steve Atkins 


283-1,261 


1979 


Charlie Wysocki 


247-1,140 


1980 


Charlie Wysocki 


334-1,359 


1981 


Charlie Wysocki 


159-715 


1982 


Willie Joyner 


177-1,039 


1983 


Willie Joyner 


198-908 


1984 


Rick Badanjek 


173-832 


1985 


Alvin Blount 


171-828 


1986 


Alvin Blount 


119-517 


1987 


Bren Lowrey 


168-556 


1988 


Ricky Johnson 


136-635 


1989 


Bren Lowrey 


100-482 


1990 


Troy Jackson 


176-662 


1991 


Mark Mason 


82-452 


1992 


Mark Mason 


96-523 


1993 


Mark Mason 


158-616 


1994 


Allen Williams 


129-649 


1995 


Buddy Rodgers 


158-718 


1996 


Brian Underwood 


97-449 



Scoring Leaders 



Year 


Player 


TD 


XPT 


2XPT 


FG 


PTS. 


1947 


Lu Gambino 


H, 











96 


1948 


Harry Bonk 


5 


II 





1) 


iO 


1949 


Stan Levine 


/ 


II 





I) 


42 


1950 


Bob Shemonski 


If, 


1 





(1 


97 


1951 


Jack Scarbath 


7 


II 


II 





42 


1952 


Chet Hanulak 


f, 


II 


II 





■;i, 


1953 


Bernie Faloney 


'i 


(1 


II 


1) 


54 


1954 


Dick Bielski 


f, 


15 





1 


54 


1955 


Ed Vereb 


16 


'i 








96 


1956 


John Fitsch 


3 


1 








19 


1957 


Howie Dare 


4 


n 








24 


1958 


John Forbes 


f, 


n 








36 


1959 


Jim Joyce 


8 


') 





I) 


48 


1960 


Gary Collins 


4 


') 


1 


1) 


26 


1961 


John Hannigan 





1/ 





5 


56 


1962 


Tom Brown 


f, 











38 


1963 


Darryl Hill 


8 


7 








55 


1964 


Bernardo Bramson 


fi 


1/ 





9 


44 


1965 


Bernardo Bramson 





15 





7 


!6 


1966 


Billy Van Heusen 


7 


ii 








42 


1967 


Rick Carlson 


2 


4 





4 


28 


1968 


Billy Lovett 


8 


n 


1 





50 


1969 


Paul Fitzpatrick 


3 


,' 








20 


1970 


Robert Tucker 


3 











18 




Art Seymore 


3 


n 








18 


1971 


Kambiz Behbahani 





24 





10 


54 


1972 


Steve Mike-Mayer 





25 





10 


55 


1973 


Louis Carter 


14 











84 


1974 


Steve Mike -Mayer 





34 





15 


79 


1975 


Mike Sochko 





31 





12 


67 


1976 


Tim Wilson 


7 











42 


1977 


Steve Atkins 


9 











54 


1978 


Ed Loncar 





25 





16 


73 


1979 


Dale Castro 





19 





17 


70 


1980 


Charlie Wysocki 


11 











66 


1981 


Jess Atkinson 





24 





12 


60 


1982 


Jess Atkinson 





39 





16 


87 


1983 


Jess Atkinson 





28 





15 


73 


1984 


Rick Badanjek 


16 





3 





102 


1985 


Rick Badanjek 


12 











72 


1986 


Dan Plocki 





29 





11 


62 


1987 


Bren Lowrey 


7 











42 


1988 


Dan Plocki 





27 





17 


78 


1989 


Dan DeArmas 





24 





11 


57 


1990 


Dan DeArmas 





23 





14 


65 


1991 


Dan DeArmas 





15 





7 


36 


1992 


David DeArmas 





28 





10 


58 


1993 


Jermaine Lewis 


7 











42 


1994 


Joe 0'Donnell 





33 





9 


60 


1995 


Buddy Rodgers 


7 





2 





46 




Joe 0'Donnell 





16 





10 


46 


1996 


Joe 0'Donnell 





15 





11 


48 



TERRAPIN FOOTBALL 



163 



Yearly Passing and Receiving 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 
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 
1996 



Player 

Vic Turyn 
Vic Turyn 
Stan Levine 
Jack Scarbath 
Jack Scarbath 
Jack Scarbath 
Bernie Faloney 
Charlie Boxhold 
Frank Tamburello 
John Fritsch 
Bob Rusevlyan 
Bon Rusevlyan 
Dale Betty 
Dale Betty 
Richie Novak 
Dick Shiner 
Dick Shiner 
Phil Petry 
Phil Petry 
Alan Pastrana 
Chuck Drirrtal 
Alan Pastrana 
Jeff Shugars 
Jeff Shugars 
Al Neville 
Bob Avellini 
Al Neville 
Bob Avellini 
Larry Dick 
Mark Manges 
Larry Dick 
Tim 0'Hare 
Mike Tice 
Mike Tice 
Boomer Esiason 
Boomer Esiason 
Boomer Esiason 
Frank Reich 
Stan Gelbaugh 
Dan Henning 
Dan Henning 
Neil O'Donnell 
Neil O'Donnell 
Scott Zolak 
Jim Sandwisch 
John Kaleo 
Scott Milanovich 
Scott Milanovich 
Brian Cummings 
Brian Cummings 



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 

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 

173 



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 

107 

98 

51 

12 

90 

81 

83 

105 

75 

71 

122 

176 

163 

108 

166 

196 

157 

160 

156 

225 

142 

286 

279 

229 

98 

92 



Yds. 

504 

595 

554 

463 

675 

1,149 

599 

525 

497 

219 

297 

657 

552 

796 

487 

1,324 

1,165 

809 

763 

1,499 

669 

1,053 

716 

836 

1,275 

1,251 

554 

1,648 

1,190 

1,145 

1,351 

1,388 

897 

928 

1,635 

2,302 

2,322 

1,446 

2,475 

2,725 

1,835 

1,973 

2,103 

2,589 

1,499 

3,392 

3,499 

2,394 

1,193 

1,127 



TD 

6 
10 
6 
4 
8 
10 
5 
6 
4 

3 
2 
9 
6 
5 
4 
10 
5 
3 
17 
1 
6 
3 
3 
10 
7 
4 
7 
8 
11 
5 
4 
5 
5 
9 

18 

15 

9 

15 

15 

9 

12 

10 

10 

6 

17 

26 

20 

8 

7 



Receiving (Receptions) 






Year 


Player 


Rec.-Yds TD 


1947 


Elmer Wingate 


12-145 


3 


1948 


Elmer Wingate 


9-32 


3 


1949 


Stan Karnash 


16-245 


2 


1950 


Pete Augsberer 


25-422 


2 


1951 


Lou Weidensaul 


18-249 


4 


1952 


Lloyd Colteryahn 


32-593 


4 


1953 


Chet Hanulak 


10-152 





1954 


Bill Walker 


13-209 


1 


1955 


Jack Healy 


10-182 


2 




Howie Dare 


10-74 


3 


1956 


Bill Turner 


7-74 





1957 


Ed Cooke 


14-137 





1958 


Ben Scotti 


18-282 


1 




Ron Shaffer 


18-141 


1 


1959 


Gary Collins 


14-350 


4 


1960 


Gary Collins 


30-404 


4 


1961 


Gary Collins 


30-428 


4 


1962 


Tom Brown 


47-557 


4 


1963 


Darryl Hill 


43-516 


7 


1964 


Dick Absher 


22-268 


1 


1965 


Dick Absher 


33-382 


1 


1966 


Billy Van Heusen 


25-536 


7 


1967 


Rick Carlson 


24-309 


2 


1968 


Bernard Demczuk 


23-215 





1969 


Roland Merritt 


19-499 


2 


1970 


Don Ratliff 


26-242 





1971 


Dan Bungori 


32-490 


8 




Dennis O'Hara 


32-423 


2 


1972 


Don Ratliff 


36-515 


6 


1973 


Frank Russell 


39-468 


3 


1974 


Frank Russell 


31-404 





1975 


Kim Hoover 


38-532 


5 


1976 


Charlie White 


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'oof 35-671 


4 


1986 


James Milling 


33-650 


6 


1987 


Bren Lowrey 


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 


75-1,240 


9 


1993 


Jermaine Lewis 


52-957 


7 


1994 


Geroy Simon 


77-891 


5 


1995 


Jermaine Lewis 


66-937 


3 


1996 


Geroy Simon 


35-534 


3 



164 



TERRAPIN FOOTBALL 



Yearly Kickoff/Punt Return Leaders 




Kickoff Return Average 



(minimum 2 returns) 






Year 


Player 


No.-Yds 


Avg. 


1947 


Lu Gambino 


7-174 


24.9 


1948 


John Baroni 


5-147 


29.4 


1949 


Bob Shemonski 


5-136 


27.1 


1950 


Bob Shemonski 


10-259 


25.9 


1951 


Ed Fullerton 


3-51 


17.0 


1952 


Dick Nolan 


6-180 


30.0 


1953 


Bernie Faloney 


2-116 


58.0 


1954 


Howie Dare 


2-77 


38.5 


1955 


Frank Tamburello 


2-78 


39.0 


1956 


Ted Kershner 


9-161 


17.9 


1957 


Howie Dare 


6-264 


44.0 


1958 


Bob Gallagher 


5-113 


22.6 


1959 


Edward Fletcher 


8-155 


19.3 


1960 


Dennis Condie 


10-352 


35.2 


1961 


NA 






1962 


Tom Brown 


11-284 


25.8 


1963 


Darryl Hill 


13-317 


24.4 


1964 


Ken Ambrusko 


9-280 


31.1 


1965 


Gary Collins 


10-270 


27.0 


1966 


Billy Van Heusen 


8-173 


21.6 


1967 


Paul Fitzpatrick 


3-59 


19.7 


1968 


John King 


17-382 


22.5 




Ken Dutton 


8-180 


22.5 


1969 


John King 


10-267 


26.7 


1970 


Larry Marshall 


21-469 


22.3 


1971 


Larry Marshall 


22-587 


26.7 


1972 


Jamie Franklin 


11-239 


21.7 


1973 


Louis Carter 


14-312 


22.3 


1974 


Louis Carter 


11-286 


26.0 


1975 


Ricky Jennings 


8-297 


37.1 


1976 


Kenny Roy 


12-252 


21.0 


1977 


Dan Dotter 


7-187 


26.7 


1978 


Steve Atkins 


8-228 


28.5 


1979 


Charlie Wysocki 


7-96 


13.7 


1980 


Sam Johnson 


5-189 


37.8 


1981 


Timmy Quander 


5-184 


36.8 


1982 


Timmy Quander 


23-530 


23.0 


1983 


Tommy Neal 


15-331 


22.1 


1984 


Keeta Covington 


25-479 


19.2 


1985 


Keeta Covington 


24-556 


23.2 


1986 


Keeta Covington 


23-485 


21.1 


1987 


Mike Beasley 


14-296 


21.1 


1988 


Ricky Johnson 


17-388 


22.8 


1989 


Bren Lowrey 


14-334 


23.9 


1990 


Mark Mason 


11-254 


23.1 


1991 


Doug Lawrence 


12-245 


20.4 


1992 


Jermaine Lewis 


10-268 


26.8 


1993 


Allen Williams 


30-621 


20.7 


1994 


Jermaine Stewart 


22-410 


18.6 


1995 


Chad Scott 


26-549 


21.1 


1996 


Harold Westley 


4-96 


24.0 


TERRAPIN FOOTBALL 
















Punt Return Average 



Lloyd Burruss was a busy man in 1978 
returning a team high 25 punts. 




Tim Quander led the Terps in kickoff 
return average in 1981 and 1982. 



(minimum 2 returns) 






Year 


Player 


No.-Yds 


Avg. 


1947 


Hubert Werner 


6-118 


19.7 


1948 


John Idzik 


10-137 


13.7 


1949 


Jim Larue 


8-138 


17.3 


1950 


Joe Petruzzo 


13-276 


21.2 


1951 


Bernie Faloney 


2-18 


9.0 


1952 


Bernie Faloney 


8-109 


13.6 


1953 


Dick Nolan 


6-150 


25.0 


1954 


Ron Waller 


13-199 


15.3 


1955 


Dick Burgee 


3-37 


12.3 


1956 


Ted Kershner 


9-41 


4.6 


1957 


Howie Dare 


10-49 


4.9 


1958 


Bob Rusevlyan 


3-25 


8.3 


1959 


Gene Verardi 


5-61 


12.2 


1960 


Jim Davidson 


16-169 


10.6 


1961 


Tom Brown 


8-194 


22.4 


1962 


Ken Ambrusko 


9-167 


13.5 


1963 


Gary Miller 


2-25 


12.5 


1964 


Richard Nye 


3-45 


15.0 


1965 


Ken Ambrusko 


2-27 


18.6 


1966 


Bobby Collins 


18-160 


8.8 


1967 


Bob Haley 


8-125 


15.6 


1968 


Tony Greene 


3-21 


7.0 


1969 


Larry Marshall 


4-89 


22.2 


1970 


Larry Marshall 


28-192 


6.8 


1971 


Larry Marshall 


35-375 


10.7 


1972 


Pat Ulam 


3-44 


14.7 


1973 


Ken Schroy 


10-108 


10.8 


1974 


Ken Schroy 


11-206 


18.7 


1975 


Jim Brechbiel 


19-206 


10.8 


1976 


Dean Richards 


11-94 


8.6 


1977 


Dean Richards 


32-192 


6.0 


1978 


Lloyd Burruss 


25-169 


6.8 


1979 


Sam Johnson 


12-135 


11.3 


1980 


Steve Trimble 


22-164 


7.5 


1981 


Mike Lewis 


24-151 


6.3 


1982 


Mike Lewis 


7-48 


6.9 


1983 


Rick Badanjek 


20-223 


11.2 


1984 


Keeta Covington 


26-274 


10.5 


1985 


Keeta Covington 


16-103 


6.4 


1986 


Mike Anderson 


8-124 


15.5 


1987 


Mike Anderson 


8-54 


6.8 


1988 


Bren Lowrey 


17-121 


7.1 


1989 


Bren Lowrey 


21-213 


10.1 


1990 


Mike Hopson 


34-240 


7.1 


1991 


Mike Hopson 


17-116 


6.8 


1992 


Richie Harris 


30-154 


5.1 


1993 


Orlando Strozier 


13-132 


10.2 


1994 


Jermaine Lewis 


9-72 


8.2 


1995 


Jermaine Lewis 


12-152 


12.7 


1996 


Andreal Johnson 


2-31 


15.5 



165 



Yearly Tackle and Interception Leaders 




Tackles 


Year 


Player 


1969 


John Dyer 


1970 


Peter Mattia 


1971 


NA 


1972 


NA 


1973 


NA 


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 Saylor 


1989 


Glenn Page 


1990 


Glenn Page 


1991 


Mike Jarmolowich 


1992 


Mike Jarmolowich 


1993 


Ratcliff Thomas 


1994 


Ratcliff Thomas 


1995 


Ratcliff Thomas 


1996 


Eric Barton 



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 
106 




Chad Scott was a First Round NFL Draft pick of the 
Pittsburgh Steelers in 1997. His five interceptions as a 
senior led the team and was the second highest total in 
the ACC. 



Interceptions 



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 



Player 

John Idzik 
John Idzik 
Jim Larue 
Bob Shemonski 
Joe Horning 
Bernie Faloney 
Dick Nolan 
Bernie Faloney 
Frank Tamburello 
Ed Vereb 
Dave Nisz 
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 Hetrick 
Wally Stainaker 
Wally Stainaker 
Tony Greene 
Ted Steiner 
Leonard Massie 
Tony Greene 
Larry Marshall 
Bob Smith 



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 

4-167 
5-71 
5-10 
2-51 
2-16 
2-22 

6-131 
7-24 



1973 
1974 
1975 
1976 

1977 
1978 
1979 
1980 

1981 

1982 

1983 
1984 

1985 
1986 

1987 
1988 



1989 

1990 

1991 
1992 



1993 
1994 
1995 
1996 



Jim Brechbiel 5-51 

Jim Brechbiel 4-55 

Kenny Roy 4-17 

John Stanford 4-55 

Kenny Roy 4-11 

Lloyd Burruss 3-94 

Lloyd Burruss 3-45 

Ralph Lary 7-102 

Lloyd Burruss 3-34 

Howard Eubanks 3-8 

Lendell Jones 4-15 

Howard Eubanks 4-5 

Lendell Jones 7-48 

Clarence Baldwin 7-5 

Eric Wilson 2-30 

Chuck Faucette 2-11 

Keeta Covington 6-94 

Chuck Faucette 3-25 

Chad Sydnor 3-18 

J.B. Brown 4-71 

Irvin Smith 2-86 

J.B. Brown 2-22 

Glenn Page 2-22 

Matt D'Amico 2-18 

Eddie Tomlin 3-120 

Michael Hollis 3-16 

Michael Hollis 3-0 

Andre Vaughn 2-30 

Mike Jarmolowich 2-24 

Scott Rosen 2-2 

Gene Green 2-1 

Orlando Strozier 4-63 

Wade Inge 3-27 

Andreal Johnson 6-46 

Chad Scott 5-14 




Chuck Faucette (No. 11) posted 295 tackles between 
1985 and 1986, while leading the team in tackles both 
seasons. 



Bob Smiths seven interception! 
highest total in school history. 



166 



TERRAPIN FOOTBALL 



Team Awards 




Alvin L. Aubinoe Trophy 


(to the 


unsung hero of the season) 


1956 


Al Wharton - Tackle 


1957 


Wilbuin Main ■ Center 


1958 


Ted Kershnei - Back 


1959 


Joe Gaidi - Tackle 


1960 


Leroy Dietrich - Center 


1961 


Dick Barlund ■ End 


1962 


Murnis Banner - Halfback 


1963 


George Stem • Halfback 


1964 


John Kenny ■ End 


1965 


Charles Krahling • Center 


1966 


Bobby Collins Back 


1967 


Pat Baker • Back 


1968 


Rick Carlson - F.rrd 


1969 


Paul Fitzpatrick - Back 


1970 


Robert J. MacBride ■ Tackle 


1971 


Jeff Shugars - Quarterback 


1972 


Ron Kecman - Center 


1973 


Ken Scott - Tackle 


1974 


Frank Russell - End 


1975 


Jim Richey ■ Tackle 


1976 


Bob Raba - End 


1977 


Don Rhodes ■ Center 


1978 


Mike Simon - Center 


1979 


Richard Cummins - Guard 


1980 


Scott Fanz - Tackle 


1981 


Todd Wright - Center 


1982 


Frank Kolencik - Defensive Guard 




John Nash - Back 




Doug Miller - Center 


1983 


Tyrone Furman - Guard 


1984 


Bill Rogers - Tight End 


1985 


George Colton - Guard 


1986 


Sean Sullivan • End 


1987 


Robert Klein - Guard 




Sean Scott - Linebacker 


1988 


Matt D'Amico - Linebacker 




Dan Plocki - Kicker 


1989 


Dean Green - Wide Receiver 


1990 


Doug Stump - Running Back 


1991 


Greg Hines - Linebacker 


1992 


Dan Prunzik - Wide Receiver 


1993 


Russ Weaver - Wide Receiver 


1994 


David Hack • Guard 



joe f. blair Award 

(to the "unsung hero" of the season) 
1995 Kevin Plank - Back 

Anthony C. Nardo 
Memorial Tropy 



(to th 


; best football lineman 


of the 


year) 


1947 


Pat McCarty - Guard 


1948 


Gene Kinney • Tackle 


1950 


Bob Ward - Guard 


1951 


Bob Ward - Guard 


1952 


Wrlham Maletzky - Guard 


1953 


Stan Jones - Tackle 


1954 


Bob Pellegrini • 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 Lavmsky - 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 0'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 Whrte • Defensive Tackle 

1975 John Schultz - Wingback 

1976 Tim Wilson - Fullback 

1977 Ted Klaube • Guard 

1978 Neal Olkewrcz - Linebacker 

1979 Brian Matera - Linebacker 

1980 Lloyd Bumiss - Defensive Halfback 

1981 Greg Vanderhout - Defensive Guard 

1982 John Tice • Tight End 

1983 Boomer Esiason - Quarterback 

1984 Enc Wilson • Linebacker 

1985 Stan Gelbaugh - Quarterback 

1986 Chuck Faucette - Linebacker 

1987 Kevin Walker • Linebacker 

1988 Dan Plocki ■ Kicker 

1989 Neil 0'Donnell - Quarterback 
Scott Saylor - Linebacker 

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 Bemie Faloney • Back 

1954 John Irvine - Center 

1955 Bob Pellegrini • Center 

1956 Mike Sandusky - Tackle 

1957 Gene Alderton - Center 

1958 Bob Russevlyan • Back 

1959 Kurt Schwarz • Tackle 

1960 Vincent 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 Ratliff - 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 Eric Wilson - Linebacker 

1985 Rick Badanjek - Fullback 

1986 Chuck Faucette - Linebacker 

1987 Ferrell Edmunds • Tiqhi Inn 

1988 Dan Plocki • Kii kei 

1989 Mark Agent - Center 

1990 Barry Johnson - Wide Receiver 

1991 Larry Webster - Defensive Tackle 

1992 Mike Jarmolowich - Linebacker 

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. Kopnisky 


1965 


Donald Dunphy 


1966 


Frank Costello 


1967 


Robert C. Karch 


1968 


Roland E. Merritt 


1969 


David C. Reiss 


1970 


John Baker 


1971 


James F. Norris 


1972 


Vince L. Struble 


1973 


Albert A. Neville 


1974 


TyTone Neal 


1975 


LeRoy D. Hughes 


1976 


Bob W. Raba 




Eugene F. Ochap 


1977 


Bradley S. Carl 


1978 


Dean Richards 


1979 


James K. Shafer 


1980 


Eric S. Sievers 


1981 


Brian J. Riendeau 


1982 


David W. Pacella 


1983 


Boomer Esrason 


1984 


Eric W. Wilson 


1985 


Scott B. Schankwerler 


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 



Jame 


s "Jim" Tatum 


Memorial Award 


(lineman of the year) 


1959 


Kurt A. Schwartz 


I960 


Thomas E. Sankovich 


1 


Bill 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. Plevin 


1969 


Peter A. Mattia 


1970 


Peter A. Mattia 


1971 


Guy Roberts 


1972 


Paul E. Vellano 


1973 


R,-mdy L. White 


1974 


Randy L. White 


1975 


Marion Koprowski 




Paul J. Devito 


1976 


Joseph P. Campbell 


1977 


Theodore J. Klaube 


1978 


Charles A. Johnson 


1979 


Kervin D. Wyatt 


1980 


Edward J. Gall, Jr. 


1981 


Gregory A. Vanderhout 


1982 


Mark D. Duda 


1983 


Ronald M. Solt 


1984 


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 


Larry 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 Tine - Tackle 

1968 Ralph H. Friedgen - Guard 

1969 Ralph H. Friedgen • Guard 
William L. Grant - End 

1970 ParOck 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 m - Safety 

1980 Ralph L. Larry DJ - Safety 

1981 Mar Sobel - End 

1982 Gregory E. Kanaka - Center 

1983 Gregory E. Harraka - Center 

1984 Gregory E. Harraka • 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 Erick Wood - Linebacker 

1994 Corey Holobetz - Tight End 

1995 Ken Lytle - Kicker 



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Coaches Awards 




Offensive Back 


Offensive Lineman 


1952 


Chester Hanulak-HB 


Tom Cosgrove-C 


1953 


Ralph Felton-FB 


Marty Crytzer-E 


1954 


Ron Waller-HB 


Jack Bowersox-G 


1955 


Ed Vereb-HB 


Russell Dennis-E 


1956 


Fred Hamilton-HB 


Al Wharton-T 


1957 


Bob Rusevlyan-QB 


Tom Gunderman-G 


1958 


Bob Rusevlyan-QB 


Fred Cole-T 


1959 


Jim Joyce-FB 


Tom Gunderman-G 


1960 


Dale Betty-QB 


Bob Hacker-C 


1961 


Dick Shiner-QB 


Roger Shoals-T 


1962 


Tom Brown-HB 


Roger Shoals-T 


1963 


Dick Shiner-HB 


Gene Feher-C 


1964 


Tom Hickey-HB 


Joe Frattaroli-G 


1965 


Walt Marciniak-HB 


Matt Arbutina-T 


1966 


Alan Pastrana-QB 


Tom Cichowski-T 


1967 


Billy Lovett-FB 


Ron Pearson-G 


1968 


Billy Lovett-FB 


Bill Meister-G 


1969 


Tom Miller-FB 


Bill Meister-G 


1970 


Art Seymore-HB 


Pat Burke-G 


1971 


Al Neville-QB 


Tim Brannon-G 


1972 


Bob Avellini-QB 


Tim Brannon-G 


1973 


Louis Carter-TB 


Bart Purvis-G 


1974 


Louis Carter-TB 


Stan Rogers-G 


1975 


John Schultz-WB 


Marion Koprowski-T 


1976 


Mark Manges-QB 


Ed Fulton-G 
Tom Schick-T 


1977 


Larry Dick-QB 
George Scott-HB 


Mike Yeates-G 


1978 


Steve Atkins-TB 


Eric Sievers-TE 
Kerwin Wyatt-G 


1979 


Charlie Wysocki-TB 


Kerwin Wyatt-G 


1980 


Charlie Wysocki-TB 


Eric Siever-TE 


1981 


Boomer Esiason-QB 


Dave Pacella-T 


1982 


Boomer Esiason-QB 
Willie Joyner-RB 


Dave Pacella-T 


1983 


Willie Joyner-RB 


Ron Solt-G 


1984 


Rick Badanjak-FB 


Kevin Glover-C 


1985 


Rick Badanjek-FB 


J.D. Maarleveld-T 


1986 


Tommy Neal-RB 


Billy Hughes-C 


1987 


Bren Lowery-RB 


Billy Hughes-C 


1988 


Ricky Johnson-TB 


Mark Agent-C 


1989 


Ricky Johnson-TB 


Mike Kiselak-G 


1990 


Scott Zolak-QB 


Clarence Jones-T 


1991 


Troy Jackson-RB 


Mitch Suplee-C 


1992 


John Kaleo-QB 


Steve Ingram-OT 


1993 


Jermaine Lewis-WR 


Steve Ingram-OT 


1994 


Allen Williams-RB 


Steve Ingram-OT 


1995 


Buddy Rodgers-RB 


Darryl Gilliam-OT 


Dr. John E. Faber Award 




1992 


John Kaleo-Quarterback 




1993 


Scott Milanovich- 
Quarterback 




1994 


Jamie Bragg- 
Center/Defensive Tackle 




Outstanding Specialist 




1988 


Ricky Johnson-TB 




1989 


Ricky Johnson-TB 




1990 


Scott Zolak-QB 




1991 


Troy Jackson-RB 




1992 


John Kaleo-QB 




1993 


Jermaine Lewis-WR 





Defensive Back 

Ed Fullerton-HB 
Dick Nolan-HB 
Joe Horning-HB 
Lynn Beightol-QB 
Bob Rusevlyan-QB 
Bob Layman-HB 
Jim Joyce-FB 
Dwayne Fletcher-HB 
Jim Davidson-HB 
Tom Brown-HB 
Joe Hrezo-LB 
Ernie Arizzi-HB 
Bob Sullivan-HB 
Fred Cooper-HB 
Lou Stickel-HB 
Bob Colbert-HB 
Kenny Dutton-HB 
Tony Greene-S 
Tony Greene-S 
Larry Marshall-HB 
Bob Smith-S 
Harry Walters-HB 
Harry Walters-HB 
Kevin Benson-LB 
Brad Carr-LB 

Brad Carr-LB 

Neal Olkewicz-LB 



Brian Matera-LB 
Lloyd Burruss-HB 
Darnell Dailey-LB 



Clarence Baldwin-HB 
Al Covington-S 
Al Covington-S 
Keeta Covington-CB 
Chad Sydnor-CB 
Chad Sydnoi-CB 
Eddie Tomlin-S 
Glenn Page-LB 
Mike Jarmolowich-LB 
Scott Rosen-DB 
Orlando Strozier-DB 
Andreal Johnson-CB 
Chad Scott-CB 



1996 AWARDS 

Offensive MVP - Geroy Simon 
Defensive MVP - Chad Scott 
Team MVP - Chad Scott 



Defensive Lineman 

John Alderman-E 
Bob Morgan-T 
Tom McLuckie-G 
Mike Sandusky-T 
Mike Sandusky-T 
Rod Breedlove-G 
Ben Scotti-E 
Rod Breedlove-G 
Tom Sankovich-T 
Dave Crossan-T 
Walter Rock-G 
Joe Ferrante-G 
Olaf Drozdov-T 
Larry Bagranoff-T 
Jim LavTusky-LB 
Mike Grace-G 
Henry Gareis-E 
Pater Mattia-T 
Guy Roberts-E 
Chris Cowdrey-E 
Paul Vellano-G 
Randy White-T 
Randy White-T 
Paul Divito-G 
Joe Campbell-T 

Ted Klaube-G 

Charles Johnson-T 

Bruce Palmer-G 
James Shaffer-E 
Ed Gall-T 
Greg Vanderhout-G 



Pete Koch-G 
Bruce Mesner-G 
Bruce Mesner-G 
Ted Chapman-T 

Warren Powers-DT 
Larry Webster-DT 
Rick Fleece-G 
Larry Webster-DT 
Darren Drozdov-DT 
Jaime Flores-DE 
Jamie Bragg-DT 
Johnnie Hicks-DL 

Top Special Teams 
Performer 

1988 Mark Agent - C 

1989 Mike Kiselak-G 

1990 Clarence Jones -T 

1991 Mitch Suplee-C 

1992 Stephen Ingram-T 

1993 Stephen Ingram-T 
1995 Chad Scott-CB 



Hammer Award 


1988 


Chad Sydnor-CB 


1989 


Eddie Tomlin-S 


1990 


Glen Page-LB 


1991 


Mike Jarmolowich-LB 


1992 


Scott Rosen-S 


1993 


Orlando Strozier-CB 


1995 


Chad Scott-CB 



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TERRAPIN FOOTBALL 



AII-ACC Performers 




Atantic Coast 


Second Team 


1962 


1974 


Sportswriters 


Bill Walker-End 


First Team 


Defense 


All-Atlantic 


Bob Morgan-Tackle 


Walter Rock-Guard 


Bob Smith-Safety 


Coast Conference 


Ralph Felton-Back 


Dick Shiner-Quarterback 


Harry Walters-Linebacker 






Tom Brown-Back 


Randy White-Tackle 


Player of the Year 


1954 




Offense 


1953 


First Team 


1963 


Louis Carter-Tailback 


Bernie Faloney-Back 


Bill Walker-End 


Second Team 


Stan Rogers-Tackle 


1955 


Dick Bielski-Back 


Dick Shiner-Quarterback 


Steve Mike-Mayer-Kicker 


Bob Pellegrini-Center 


Ronnie Waller-Back 






1974 


Second Team 


1964 


1975 


Randy White-Defensive Tackle 


Bob Pellegrini-Guard 


First Team 


Defense 




John Irvine-Center 


Jerry Fishman-Guard 


LeRoy Hughes-End 


Coach of the Year 




Second Team 


Jim Brechbiel-Back 


1953 


1955 


Olaf Drozdov-Tackle 


Kevin Benson-Linebacker 


Jim Tatum 


First Team 


Tom Hickey-Back 


Joe Campbell-Tackle 


1955 


Mike Sandusky-Tackle 




Paul Divito-Guard 


Jim Tatum 


Jack Davis-Guard 


1965 


Offense 


1973 


Bob Pellegrini-Center 


Defense 


Marion Koprowski-Tackle 


Jerry Claiborne 


Ed Vereb-Back 


Bob Sullivan-Back 


Specialist 


1975 


Second Team 




Mike Sochko-Kicker 


Jerry Claiborne 


Bill Walker-End 


1966 




1976 


Russell Dennis-End 


Defense 


1976 


Jerry Claiborne 


Frank Tamburello-Back 


Dick Absher-End 


Defense 


1982 






Ken Roy-Back 


Bobby Ross 


1956 


1969 


Joe Campbell-Tackle 




First Team 


Offense 


Brad Carr-Linebacker 


Jacobs Blockinq Trophy 


Mike Sandusky-Tackle 


Ralph Sonntag-Tackle 


Larry Seder-Guard 


1955 


Jack Davis-Guard 




Offense 


Bob Pellegrini-Center 




1970 


Mark Manges-Quarterback 


1969 


1957 


Defense 


Ed Fulton-Guard 


Ralph Sonntag-Guard 


First Team 


Guy Roberts-End 


Tom Schick-Tackle 


1982 


Ed Cooke-End 






Dave Pacella-Guard 


Ron Breedlove-Guard 


1971 


1977 




Second Team 


Offense 


Defense 


Brian Piccolo Award 


Gene Alderton-Center 


Dan Bungori-End 


Ted Klaube-Guard 


1972 








Al Neville-Quarterback 


1960 


1972 


1978 


1974 


First Team 


Defense 


Defense 


David Visaggio-Defensive Guard 


Gary Collins-End 


Paul Vellano-Line 


Bruce Palmer-Guard 


1984 




Bob Smith-Safety 


Charles Johnson-Tackle 


J.D. Maarleveld-Offensive Tackle 


1961 




Lloyd Burruss-Back 


1989 


First Team 


1973 




Michael Anderson-Running Back 


Gary Collins-End 


Defense 


1979 




Bob Hacker-Center 


Randy White-Tackle 


Offense 


1953 


Second Team 


Paul Vellano-Guard 


Larry Stewart-Tackle 


First Team 


Roger Shoals-Tackle 


Bob Smith-Safety 


Charlie Wysocki-Tailback 


Stan Jones-Tackle 


Bill Kirchiro-Tackle 


Offense 




Jack Bowersox-Guard 




Louis Carter-Running Back 




Bernie Faloney-Back 








Chester Hanulak-Back 








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All-ACC Performers 




1980 



Defense 

Lloyd Burruss-Back 

Martin 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 



Defense 

Al Covington-Safety 
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 



Offense 

Jermaine Lewis-Wide Receiver 



All-ACC 


All-ACC 


Associated Press 


United Press 




International 


First-Team 




1953 


First-Team 


Stan Jones-Tackle 


1955 


Bernie Faloney-Back 


Bill Walker-End 


Chester Hanulak-Back 


Bob Pellegrini-Center 


Ralph Felton-Back 


Ed Vereb-Back 


1954 


Mike Sandusky-Tackle 


Dick Bielski-Back 


1956 


1955 


Mike Sandusky-Tackle 


Bob Pellegrini-Center 


Jack Davis-Guard 


Ed Vereb-Back 


1957 


Mike Sandusky-Tackle 


Ed Cooke-End 


Jack Davis-Guard 


1958 


Frank Tamburello-Back 


Ben Scotti-End 


1956 


1960 


Mike Sandusky-Tackle 


Gary Collins-End 


Jack Davis-Guard 


1961 


Gene Alderton-Center 


Gary Collins-End 


1957 


1962 


Rod Breedlove-Guard 


Dick Shiner-Quarterback 


Ed Cooke-End 


Walter Rock-Guard 


1958 


1970 


Rod Breedlove-Guard 


Guy Roberts-Defensive End 


1959 


1971 


Jim Joyce-Back 


Dan Bungori-End 


Tom Gunderman-Guard 


1972 


1960 


Paul Vellano-Defensive Line 


Gary Collins-End 


Bob Smith-Defensive Back 


1961 


1973 


Gary Collins-End 


Paul Vellano-Defensive Line 


Bob Hacker-Center 


Randy White-Defensive Tackle 


1962 


Louis Carter-Running Back 


Dick Shiner-Quarterback 


Bob Smith-Defensive Back 


Tom Brown-Halfback 




Walter Rock-Guard 




1970 




Guy Roberts-Defensive End 




1971 




Dan Bungori-End 




1972 




Paul Vellano-Defensive Line 




Bob Smith-Defensive Back 




1973 




Paul Vellano-Defensive Line 




Randy White-Defensive Tackle 




Louis Carter-Running Back 




Bob Smith-Defensive Back 





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AII-ACC Academic 




For the past 25 years, 

A Terp has been named to the 

All-ACC Academic Team 

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 



1963 



David Nardo- Guard 
1967 



Chuck Tine- Guard 
1968 



Ralph Friedgen- 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 

Derick Harris- Tackle 

Jim Brechbiel- Defensive Back 



1975 



Kim Hoover- Safety 

John Schultz- Wingback 

Mike Cielensky- Defensive Back 



1976 



Bob Raba- Tight End 
Gene Ochap- Center 
Jonathan Claiborne- Safety 



1977 



Kenny Watson- Tackle 
Jonathan Claiborne- Safety 
Chris Ward- Defensive Back 
Ralph Lary- Safety 



1978 



Glenn Chamberlain- Guard 

Scott Collins- Tackle 

Phil Livingston- Tackle 

Dean Richards- Wingback 

Joe Baldante- Defensive Back 

Ralph Lary- 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 

1986 

Mark Agent- Tackle 
Richard Shure- Fullback 
John Soma- Tackle 



1987 



Azizuddin Abdur-Ra'oof- 

Wide Receiver 
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 

1996 

Al Wallace— Defensive End 




Al Wallace, three-time All-ACC Academic. 



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Football Hall of Fame 




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 Sportswriters 
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 




Coach Jim Tatum talks strategy with Dick Modzelewski (left) and Jack Scarbath during 
practice before the LSU game in 1952. 



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 
completion. 

After his senior season, Scarbath 
finished runner-up to Oklahoma's 
Billy Vessels in the voting for the 
Heisman Trophy, was a First-Team 
All-America 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 playing 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 tackle 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 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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Football Hall of Fame 





Randy White 



Bob Pellegrini 



Randy White 

National Football Foundation College Hall of Fame 
National Football League Hall of Fame 
Lombardi and (Jutland 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 in Super Bowl XII. 

No one else will wear "94" at Maryland — Randy White's numbeT 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 
Lineman of the Year in 1955. 

Pellegrini led the Terps to a 27-4-1 record over his career with 
rankings in the Top 10 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 was inducted into the National Football Foundation 
College Hall of Fame in December 1996. 



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Ail-Americans 





In 1985, J.D. Maarleveld became Maryland's 10th consensus AU-American. 



Consensus All-Americans 






1951 


Bob Ward 


Guard 


Elizabeth, N.J. 


1952 


Dick Modzelewski 


Tackle 


West Natrona, Pa. 


1952 


Jack Scarbath 


Back 


Baltimore, Md. 


1953 


Stan Jones 


Tackle 


Lemoyne, Pa. 


1955 


Bob Pellegrini 


Center 


Yatesboro, Pa. 


1961 


Gary Collins 


End 


Williamstown, Pa. 


1974 


Randy White 


Defensive Line 


Wilmington, Del. 


1976 


Joe Campbell 


Defensive Tackle 


Wilmington, Del. 


1979 


Dale Castro 


Kicker 


Shady Side, Md. 


1985 


J.D. Maarleveld 


Offensive Tackle 


Rutherford, N.J. 


First-Team Academic All-America 




1953 


Bernie Faloney 


Back 


East Carnegie, Pa. 


1954 


George Palahunik 


Guard 


McKees Rock, Pa. 


1956 


Mike Sandusky 


Tackle 


Manville, N.J. 


1975 


Kim Hoover 


Offensive End 


Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio 


1978 


Joe Muffler 


Defensive End 


Philadelphia, Pa. 


NCAA 


Postgraduate Scholarship Winners 




1978 


Jonathan Claiborne 


Defensive Back 


Hyattsville, Md. 



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 


Bernie Faloney 


QB 


1954 


Bill Walker 


E 


1961 


Gary CoUins 


E 


1976 


Joe Campbell 


DT 


1984 


Eric Wilson 


LB 


The Sporting News 




First-Team 




1951 


Bob Ward 


G 


1952 


Jack Scarbath 


QB 


1952 


Dick Modzelewski 


T 


1953 


Stan Jones 


T 


1953 


Bernie Faloney 


QB 


1955 


Bob Pellegrini 


C 


1955 


Mike Sandusky 


T 


1974 


Randy White 


DT 


1974 


Steve Mike-Mayer 


PK 


1976 


Joe Campbell 


DT 


1979 


Dale Castro 


PK 


1984 


Kevin Glover 


C 


1985 


J.D. Maarleveld 


OT 


Second-Team 




1983 


Boomer Esiason 


QB 


1983 


Ron Solt 


OG 


American Football 




Coaches Association 




First-Team 




1961 


Gary Collins 


E 


1973 


Paul Vellano 


DG 


1974 


Randy White 


DT 


1976 


Joe Campbell 


DT 


1985 


J.D. Maarleveld 


OT 



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All-Americans 




Football Writers 




Association 




First-Team 




1961 Gary Collins 


E 


1974 Randy White 


DT 


1976 Joe Campbell 


DT 


1979 Dale Castro 


PK 


Football News 




First-Team 




1984 Eric Wilson 


LB 


Second-Team 




1995 Stephen Ingram 


0T 


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 


0G 


1976 Joe Campbell 


DT 


International News 




Service 




First-Team 




1951 Bob Ward 


G 


1952 Jack Scarbath 


QB 


1952 Dick Modzelewski 


T 


1953 Stan Jones 


T 


1953 Bernie Faloney 


QB 


1955 Bob Pellegrini 


C 


Second-Team 




1953 Chet Hanulak 


HB 


1955 Ed Vereb 


HB 




Charlie Wysocki led the Terps in rushing from 1979 to 1981. 



Honorable Mention 


1973 


AP and UPI 


1974 


1931 


Jess Kracovic, G; Ray Poppelman, QB 




1934 


Norwood Sothoron, FB; Vic Willis, E; Bill 






Guckeyson, HB; Ed Minion, T 


1975 


1935 


Bill Guckeyson, HB; Vic Willis, E 




1936 


Bill Guckeyson, HB 


1976 


1937 


Jim Meade, HB 




1940 


Bob Smith, C: Ralph Albarano, T 


1977 


1942 


Tommy Mont, QB; Paul Flick, C 


1978 


1947 


Lu Gambino, HB; Gene Kinney, C 




1948 


Ray Krouse, T; Elmer Wingate, E 


1979 


1950 


Ed Modzelewski, FB 


1980 


1951 


Jack Scarbath, QB; Tom Cosgrove, C; Dave Cianelli, 






FB; Joe Petruzzo, HB 


1982 


1952 


Stan Jones, T 




1953 


Chet Hanulak, HB; Ralph Felton, FB; Bill Walker, E; 
John Irvine, C; Bob Morgan, T 


1983 


1954 


Dick Bielski, FB; Ronnie Waller, HB; Jack 






Bowersox, G; John Irvine, C; Bill Walker, E; Bob 


1984 




Pellegrini, G; George Palahunik, G 




1955 


Mike Sandusky, T; Jack Davis, G; Frank Tamburello, 






QB; Ed Heuring, T 


1985 


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 


1986 


1960 


Gary Collins, E; Dale Betty, QB 


1987 


1961 


Bob Hacker, C 


1988 


1962 


Dick Shiner, QB; Walter Rock. G; Roger Shoals, T; 






Tom Brown, HB 


1989 


1965 


Bob Sullivan, DB 


1990 


1969 


Ralph Sonntag, 0T 


1992 


1970 


Guy Roberts, DE 


1993 


1972 


Paul Vellano, DB; Bob Smith, DB 


1994 
1995 



Tommy Mont was going to attend Virginia Tech before being 
talked into attending Maryland. He was a star quarterback and 
later became head coach. 



Randy White, DT; Louis Carter, HB; Bob Smith, DB 

Louis Carter, HB; Steve Mike-Mayer, K; Stan 

Rogers, 0T; Bob Smith, DB; Harry Walters, LB; 

Walter White.TE 

LeRoy Hughes, DE; Jim Brechbiel, DB; Kevin 

Benson, LB; Paul Divito, DG 

Brad Can, LB; Ed Fulton, OG; Mark Manges, QB; 

Ken Roy, DB; Tom Schick, OT; Larry Seder, DG 

Ted Klaube, DG 

Steve Atkins, TB; Charles Johnson, DT; Bruce 

Palmer, DG; Lloyd Burruss, DB 

Charlie Wysocki, TB; Larry Stewart, OT 

Charlie Wysocki, TB; Lloyd Burruss, DB; Marlin Van 

Horn, DG 

Jess Atkinson, PK; Mark Duda, OT; Boomer 

Esiason, QB; Dave Pacella, OT; John Tice, TE 

Jess Atkinson, PK; Clarence Baldwin, DB; Boomer 

Esiason, QB; Pete Koch, DT; Ron Solt, OG; Eric 

Wilson, LB 

Rick Badanjek, RB; Al Covington, DB; Ferrell 

Edmunds, TE; Chuck Faucette, LB; Kevin Glover, C; 

Greg Hill, WR; Len Lynch, OG; Bruce Mesner, DG 

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 

Chuck Faucette, LB; Bruce Mesner, DG; Keeta 

Covington, DB; Ferrell Edmunds, TE 

Fenell Edmunds, TE; Kevin Walker, LB 

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 



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Terps in the Pros 




Fourteen Maryland quarterbacks have played in the 
NFL: 



Scott Milanovich 
Scott Zolak 
Neil O'Donnell 

Stan Gelbaugh 
Frank Reich 

Boomer Esiason 

Mark Manges 
Bob Avellini 
Al Pastrana 
Jim Corcoran 
Dick Shiner 



Jack Scarbath 
Tommy Mont 



(Tampa Bay, '96-Present) 

(New England, '91-Present) 

(Pittsburgh, '90-95; N.Y. Jets, 

'96-Present) 

(Buffalo, '86-89; Seattle, '92-96) 

(Buffalo, '85-94; Carolina, '95; 

N.Y. Jets, '96-Present) 

(Cincinnati, '84-92; Present: N.Y. Jets, 

'93-95; Arizona, '96) 

(St. Louis, 78) 

(Chicago, 75-84; N.Y. Jets, '84) 

(Denver, '69-70) 

(Boston, '68) 

(Washington, '64-66; Cleveland, '67; 

Pittsburgh, '68-69; N.Y. Giants, 70; 

Atlanta, 71, 73; New England, 73-74) 

(Washington, "53-'54; Pittsburgh, '56) 

(Washington, '47-49) 



Maryland and the University of Miami were the only two 
schools in the nation with six QB's in the NFL in 1996. 

Four Maryland quarterbacks have gone to the last 
nine Super Bowls: 



Season(s) 


QB (Team) 


Superbowl(s) 


1996 


Scott Zolak (New England 


XXXI 


1995 


Neil O'Donnell (Pittsburgh) 


XXX 


1990-93 


Frank Reich (Buffalo) 


XXV-XXVIII 


1988 


Boomer-Esiason (Cincinnati) 


XXIII 



TERPS IN THE NCAA RECORD BOOK: 
Most Consecutive Completions 

23 Scott Milanovich, 1994 

TERPS IN THE ACC RECORD BOOK: 

Most 400-yard Passing Games for a Career 

5 by Scott Milanovich, 1992-95 

Most 400-yard Passing Games for a Season 

5 by Scott Milanovich, 1993 

Most 300-yard Passing Games for a Career 

11 by Scott Milanovich, 1992-95 

Highest Career Completion Percentage 

.661 by Scott Milanovich, 1992-95 (650-982) 

MARYLAND CAREER PASSING YARDAGE LEADERS 

1. 7,301 Scott Milanovich (1992-95) 

2. 6,259 Boomer Esiason (1981-83) 

3. 4,984 Neil O'Donnell (1987-89) 

4. 4,560 Dan Henning (1985-87) 

5. 3,660 John Kaleo (1991-92) 




Scott Zolak became the fourth Maryland QB to go to the Super Bowl since 1988. 




oomer Esiason is second on Maryland's all-time passing yardage list and led the 
Cincinnati Bengals to the 1988 Super Bowl. 



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Terps in the Pros 




Terp Wide Receivers and Tight Ends in the NFL 



Eighteen Maryl 


md wide receivers and tight ends 


have played in 


the NFL: 


Azizuddin 




Abdur-Ra'oof 


(Kansas City, '88-'89) 


Dick Bielski 


(Philadelphia, '55-'59; Dallas '60-'61, 




Baltimore Colts, '62-'63) 


Gary Collins 


(Cleveland Browns) 


Lloyd Colteryhan 


(Baltimore Colts, '54-'56) 


Ferrell Edmunds 


(Miami, '88-'92) 


Rick Jennings 


(Oakland, 76-77; Tampa Bay, 77; 




San Francisco, 77) 


Barry Johnson 


(Denver, '91-'92) 


Vernon Joines 


(Cleveland, '89; Denver '91) 


Vince Kinney 


(Denver, 78-79) 


Jermaine Lewis 


(Baltimore Ravens, '96-Present) 


Ronald Merritt 


(Washington Redskins) 


James Milling 


(Atlanta, '88-'91; NY Giants '91) 


Rob Raba 


(NY Jets, 77-79; Baltimore Colts, '80; 




Washington, '81) 


John Schultz 


(Denver, 76-78) 


Eric Sievers 


(San Diego, '81-'88; New England, 




'89-'90) 


John Tice 


(New Orleans, '83-'91; Minnesota 




'91-'95) 


Mike Tice 


(Seattle, '81-'88; Washington, '89-'90) 


Walter White 


(Kansas City, 75-79) 







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The Baltimore Ravens drafted Jermaine Lewis in 1996. Maryland's all-time reception 
leader is one of seven Terp wide receivers to make it to the NFL. 



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Terp Offensive Linemen in the NFL 

Twenty-two Maryland offensive lineman have 
played in the NFL: 

Tom Chichowski (Denver, '67-'68) 

Fred Cole (LA Chargers, '60) 

George Colton (New England, '87) 

Dave Crossan (Washington, '65-'69; Philadelphia, 70) 

Jack Davis (Boston, '60) 

Ed Fulton (LA Rams, 78; Buffalo, 79) 

O'Neil Glenn (New England, '91) 

Don Healy (Chicago, '58-'59; Dallas, '60-'61; 

Buffalo, '62) 
Ben Jefferson (Indianapolis, '89) 

Clarence Jones (NY Giants, '91-'93) 

Stan Jones (Chicago, '54-'65; 

Washington, '66) 
Bill Kirchiro (Baltimore Colts, '62) 

Pete Ladygo (Pittsburgh, '52, '54) 

Ed Nickla (Chicago, '59) 

J.D. Maarleveld (Tampa Bay, '86-'87) 

Bob Morgan (Chicago Cardinals, '54; 

Washington, '54) 
Joe Moss (Washington, '52) 

Dave Pacella (Philadelphia, '84) 

Walter Rock (San Francisco, '63-'67; 

Washington, '68-73) 
Stan Rogers (Denver, 75) 

Mike Sandusky (Pittsburgh, '57-'65) 

Ron Solt (Indianapolis, '84-'88; 

Philadelphia, '88-'92; 

Miami, '93-'94) 



The Indianapolis Colts drafted Ron Solt in the first round of the 1984 draft. Solt spent 
10 seasons in the NFL. 



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Terps in the Pros 




Terp Running Backs in the NFL 



Twenty-one Maryland running bakes have played in 


the NFL: 




Steve Adkins 


(Green Bay, 79-'81) 


Rich Badanjek 


(Washington, '86) 


Dick Beilski 


(Philadelphia, '55-'59; Dallas, 




'60-'61; Baltimore Colts, '62-'63) 


Alvin Blount 


(Dallas, '87) 


Brooke Brewer 


(Cleveland, '21; Akron, 72) 


Louis Carter 


(Oakland, 75; Tampa Bay, 76-78) 


Dave D'Addio 


(Detroit, '84) 


Andy Fletcher 


(Buffalo, 70) 


Lu Gambino 


(Baltimore Colts, '48-'49) 


Chet Hanulak 


(Cleveland, '54, '57) 


Bo Hickey 


(Denver, '67) 


Jim Meade 


(Washington, '39-'40) 


Charlie Mills 


(Buffalo, '20) 


Stan Mills 


(Akron, '24) 


Ed Modzelewski 


(Pittsburgh, '52; Cleveland, '55-'56) 


Jerry Snyder 


(NY Giants, 79; Staten Island, '30) 


Ed Vereb 


(Washington, '60) 


Ron Waller 


(LA Rams, '55-'58; LA Chargers, '60) 


Tim Wilson 


(Houston, 77-'82; 




New Orleans, '83-'84) 


John Wright 


(Baltimore, '47) 


Frank Wychek 


(Washington, '93 -'94, Houston, 




'96-Present) 



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A versatile H-Back at Maryland, Frank Wycheck was a double threat out of the 
backfield. The current Houston Oiler compiled 1,595 all-purpose yards in three seasons 
as a Terp. 



Louis Carter enjoyed a stellar career as a Terp and played with Oakland and Tampa Bay 
in the NFL. 



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Terps in the Pros 




. 




Terp Linebackers in the NFL 



Chuck Faucette played for the San Diego Chargers in 1987 and '88. He is second on 
Maryland's all-time tackles list with 466 tackles. 



Fifteen Maryland linebackers have played in the 
NFL: 


Dick Absher 


(Washington, '67; Atlanta, '67-'68; 




New Orleans, '69-71; 




Philadelphia, 72) 


O'Brien Alston 


(Indianapolis Colts, '88-'89) 


Rod Breedlove 


(Washington, '60-'64; 




Pittsburgh, '65-'67) 


Harry Butsko 


(Washington, '63) 


Matt D'Amico 


(Cincinnati, '89) 


Chuck Faucette 


(San Diego, '87-'88) 


Ralph Felton 


(Washington, '54-'60; 




Buffalo, '61-'62) 


Chip Myrtle 


(Denver, '67-72; San Diego, 74) 


Neal Olkewicz 


(Washington, 79-'89) 


Bob Pellegrini 


(Philadelphia, '56, '58-'61; 




Washington, '62-'65) 


Phil Perlo 


(Houston, '60) 


Guy Roberts 


(Houston, 72-75; Atlanta, 76; 




Miami, 77) 


Kevin Walker 


(Cincinnati, '88-'92) 


Eric Wilson 


(Buffalo, '85-'86) 


Kervin Wyatt 


(NY Giants, '80) 




Neal Olkewicz was a standout linebacker with the Washington Redskins for 11 years. 



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Terps in the Pros 




Terp Defensive Linemen in the NFL 



Twenty-one Maryland defensive linemen have 




played in the NFL 


• 




John Alderton 


(Pittsburgh, '53) 




Joe Campbell 


(New Orleans, 77-78; 
Oakland, 79-'81) 




Ted Chapman 


(LA Raiders, '87) 




Ed Cooke 


(Chicago Bears, '58; Philadelphia, 


'58; 




Baltimore, '59; NY Titans, '60-'62 


; NY 




Jets, '63; Denver, '64-'65; 






Miami, '66-'67) 




Mark Duda 


(St. Louis, '83-'85) 




Charles Johnson 


(Green Bay, 79-'80, '83) 




Stan Jones 


(Chicago Bears, '54-'65; 
Washington, '66) 




Pete Koch 


(Cincinnati, '84; Kansas City, '85- 
Raiders, '89-'90) 


'88; LA 


Ray Krouse 


(NY Giants, '51-'55; Detroit, '56-'57; 




Baltimore, '58-'59; Washington, ' 


50) 


John Lookabaugh 


(Washington, '46-'47) 




Bruce Mesner 


(Buffalo, '87-'88) 




Dick Modzelewski 


(Washington, '53-'54; Pittsburgh, 


'55; 




NY Giants, '56-'63; Cleveland, '64 


-'66) 


Bob Morgan 


(Chicago Cardinals, '54; 
Washington, '54) 




Jack Norris 


(Staten Island, '32) 




Warren Powers 


(Denver, '89) 




Don Ratliff 


(Philadelphia, 75) 




Walter Rock 


(San Francisco, '63-'67; 
Washington, '68-73) 




Larry Webster 


(Miami, '92-'94; Cleveland, '95; 
Baltimore Ravens, '96-Present) 




Randy White 


(Dallas, 75-'88) 




Elmer Wingate 


(Baltimore Colts, '53) 






Randy White, perhaps the greatest player to ever wear the Maryland uniform, captured 
the 1974 Outland and Lombardi Trophies as the top collegiate lineman. The Dallas 
Cowboys All-Pro was elected to the NFL and College Football Hall of Fame in 1994. 




Randy White struck fear in the oppos 
backfield. 



terback whenever he crashed into the 



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Terp Defensive Backs in the NFL 

Twelve Maryland defensive backs have played in the 
NFL: 



Donald Brown 


(Miami, '86; San Diego, '86) 


J.B. Brown 


(Miami, '89-'94) 


Tom Brown 


(Green Bay, '64-'68; Washington, '69) 


Lloyd Burruss 


(Kansas City, '81-'91) 


Ed Fullerton 


(Pittsburgh, '53) 


Tony Greene 


(Buffalo, 71-79) 


Larry Marshall 


(Kansas City, 72-73; Minnesota, 74; 




Philadelphia, 74-77; LA Rams, 78) 


Dick Nolan 


(NY Giants, '54-'57, '59-'61; Chicago 




Cardinals, '58; Dallas, '62) 


Chad Scott 


(Pittsburgh, '97-Present) 


Ben Scotti 


(Washington, '59-'61; Philadelphia, 




'62-'63; San Francisco, '64) 


Chad Snydor 


(Chicago, '89) 


Steve Trimble 


(Denver, '81-'83) 




J.B. Brown had a celebrated six-year stint with the Miami Dolphins. He was considered 
one of the game's biggest hitters for a defensive back. 



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Terps in the Pros 




Terp Punters and Kickers in the NFL 



Nine Maryland punters or kickers have played in 


the NFL: 




Dick Absher 


(Washington, '67; Atlanta, '67- '68; 




New Orleans, '69- 71; 




Philadelphia, 72) 


Jess Atkinson 


(NY Giants, '85; St. Louis, '85; 




Washington, '86- '87) 


Dick Bielski 


(Philadelphia, '55- '59; Dallas, '60- '61; 




Baltimore, '62- '63) 


Gary Collins 


(Cleveland, '62- 71) 


Larry Marshall 


(Kansas City, 72- 73; Minnesota, 74; 




Philadelphia, 74- 77; 




LA Rams, 78) 


Steve Mike-Mayer 


(San Francisco, 75-76; Detroit, 77; 




New Orleans, 78) 


Dan Plocki 


(Cleveland, '89) 


Billy VanHeusen 


(Denver Broncos) 


Ron Waller 


(LA Rams, '55-'58; LA Chargers, '60) 



Most Field Goals Made 


1. 60 


Jess Atkinson ('81-'84) 


2. 47 


Dan Plocki ('85-'88) 


3. 37 


Steve Mike-Mayer (72-74) 


4. 32 


Dan DeArmas ('88-'91) 


5. 28 


Joe O'Donnell ('94-'96) 


6. 27 


Dale Castro (79-'80) 


7. 22 


Ed Loncar (76-78) 


7. 22 


John Hannigan ('61-'62) 


9. 18 


Bernardo Bramson ('64-'66) 


10. 17 


Mike Sochko (75-76) 




Jess Atkinson finished his NFL career as a Washington Redskin. 




ith three NFL teams and is among the Terps 



TERRAPIN FOOTBALL 



183 



ACC Champions in 1953 and 1955 




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, including a 3-0 mark in 
league play. Maryland, which lost to 
Oklahoma in the Orange Bowl, 7-0, scored 298 
points, the most by a team until 1967, while 
allowing an ACC record-low 31 points. The 
Terps led the nation in rushing defense, 83.9 
yards allowed per outing, and scoring defense, 
3.1 points per game. Terp tackle Stan Jones 
earned consensus All-America honors while 
teammate Bernie Faloney was named First- 
Team Academic All-America. 








CONFERENCE GAJ> 


Team 


W 


L 


T 


Pts. 


Duke 


4 








105 


Maryland 


3 








70 


South Carolina 


2 


i 





58 


North Carolina 


2 


3 





67 


Wake Forest 


2 


3 





52 


Clemson 


1 


2 





25 


NX. State 





3 





14 


Virginia 


- 


- 


■ 


" 


*Lost to Oklahoma 


in Orange 


Bowl 





Opp. 

27 

6 

70 

99 

75 

34 

80 



W 

7 

10 

7 

4 
3 
3 
1 

1 



ALL GAMES 

L T Pts. 



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



217 
298 

198 

173 

123 

139 

80 

75 



Opp. 

81 

38 

97 

187 

157 

172 

263 

242 



20 
52 
20 
40 
26 
30 
24 
27 
38 
21 




Missouri 
Wash. & Lee 
Clemson 
Georgia 
N. Carolina 
Miami (Fla.) 
S. Carolina 
G. Washington 
Mississippi 
Alabama 
Oklahoma* 



6 





13 





6 

6 





7 



* Orange Bowl 



1955 



For the second time in the ACC's first three 
years, Maryland and Duke 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 in the Orange Bowl. Terp center 
Bob Pellegrini was a consensus All-America. 



Team 


W 


C 
L 


Maryland 


4 





Duke 


4 





Clemson 


3 


1 


North Carolina 


3 


3 


Wake Forest 


3 


3 


South Carolina 


1 


5 


N.C. State 





2 


Virginia 





4 


'Lost Orange Bowl 








CONFERENCE GAMES 
T 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 



ALL GAMES 

L T Pts. 



MARYLAND (4-0, 



1* 

2 

3 

7 

4 

6 

5 

9 



217 

196 
206 
117 
131 
120 
206 
96 



Opp. 

77 

95 

144 

218 

157 

209 

193 

201 



13 

7 

20 

28 

25 

34 

27 

13 

25 

19 

6 



Missouri 

UCLA 

Baylor 

Wake Forest 

N. Carolina 

Syracuse 

S. Carolina 

LSU 

Clemson 

G. Washington 

Oklahoma* 



12 



6 

7 

7 

13 





12 



20 



* Orange Bowl 



TERRAPIN FOOTBALL 



185 



ACC Champions in 1974 and 1975 j| 



1974 



Maryland won its first conference 
championship in 18 years, sweeping past all 
six of its league opponents. It marked the 
10th time in conference history that a team 
had 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. Maryland's Randy 
White, Clemson's Bennie Cunningham and 
North Carolina's Ken Huff were consensus All- 
Americans. White, a senior defensive tackle, 
won both the Outland and Lombardi Trophies. 








CONFERENCE GAMES 




ALL GAMES 






MARYLAND (6-0, 8-4) 




Team 


W 


L 


T 


Pts. 


Opp. 


W 


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 


N. Carolina 


12 


NC State 


4 


2 





145 


120 


9 


2 


1# 


317 


241 


31 


Syracuse 





Duke 


2 


4 





110 


136 


6 


5 





201 


208 


41 


Clemson 





Virginia 


1 


5 





61 


111 


4 


7 





207 


239 


47 


Wake Forest 





Wake Forest 





6 





31 


169 


1 


10 





74 


348 


20 
17 


NC State 
Penn State 


10 
24 


*Lost Liberty Bowl; 


**Lost Sun Bowl; 


#Tied Bluebonnet Bowl 










41 


Villanova 



























56 


Duke 


13 
























10 


Virginia 



























3 


Tennessee* 





1975 



Maryland captured its second consecutive ACC 
gridiron title by posting a perfect 5-0 league 
mark and extending its win streak over 
conference opponents to 15, tying a league 
mark. For the third straight year, the Terps 
took part in post-season competition, 
defeating Florida, 13-0, in the Gator Bowl. 
Maryland, which led the league in total 
offense with 375.2 yards per game average, 
set an ACC single-game total offense mark 
with 802 yards in a 62-24 victory over 
Virginia, November 22. Maryland's John 
Schultz was the nation's top kickoff returner 
with a 31.0 average. 








CONFERENCE GAMES 




ALL GAMES 






MARYLAND (5-0, 9-2-1) 




Team 


W 


L 


T 


Pts. 


Opp. 


W 


L 


T 


Pts. 


Opp. 








Maryland 


5 








182 


73 


9* 


2 


1 


312 


150 








Duke 


3 





2 


131 


84 


4 


5 


2 


197 


212 


41 


Villanova 





NC State 


2 


2 


1 


131 


115 


7 


4*« 


1 


260 


210 


8 


Tennessee 


26 


Wake Forest 


3 


3 





145 


137 


3 


8 





221 


264 


34 


N. Carolina 


7 


Clemson 


2 


3 





102 


141 


2 


9 





177 


381 


10 


Kentucky 


10 


North Carolina 


1 


4 


1 


119 


159 


3 


7 


1 


207 


272 


24 


Syracuse 


7 


Virginia 





5 





98 


226 


1 


10 





175 


428 


37 
27 


NC. State 
Wake Forest 


22 




*Won Gator Bowl; 


**Lost Peacl Bowl 
















13 


Penn State 


15 
























21 


Cincinnati 


19 
























22 


Clemson 


20 
























62 


Virginia 


24 
























13 


Florida* 






186 



TERRAPIN FOOTBALL 



ACC Champions in 1976 and 1983 




1976 



Maryland's powerful Terrapins swept through 
the regular season undefeated and became 
only the second team in ACC history to win 
three consecutive league titles outright. Coach 
Jerry Claiborne's club ran its conference 
victory string to a record 20 straight. The 
Terps appeared in a bowl for the fourth 
straight year, losing to Southwest Conference 
champion Houston, 30-21, in the Cotton Bowl. 
Maryland tackle Joe Campbell and Wake Forest 
defensive back Bill Armstrong were consensus 
All-Americans. Maryland's No. 8 ranking in the 
final AP poll was the first Top 10 finish by an 
ACC team since 1960. 








CONFERENCE GAMES 




ALL GAMES 






Team 


W 


L 


T 


Pts. 


Opp. 


W 


L 


T 


Pts. 


Opp 


Maryland 


5 








Ill 


24 


11 


1* 





294 


115 


North Carolina 


4 


1 





144 


102 


9 


3** 





243 


220 


Wake Forest 


3 


3 





124 


118 


5 


6 





177 


206 


Duke 


2 


3 


1 


125 


145 


5 


5 


1 


234 


245 


NX. State 


2 


3 





97 


98 


3 


7 


1 


205 


258 


+ Virginia 


1 


4 





40 


111 


2 


9 





106 


266 


Clems on 





4 


1 


76 


123 


3 


6 


2 


172 


237 


*Lost Cotton Bowl; 


**Lost Peach Bowl; 
















+Loss to Virginia Tech counted 


as conference 


game 













MARYLAND (5-0, 11-1-0) 



31 
24 
42 
20 
16 
17 
30 
24 
21 
20 
28 
21 



Richmond 

West Virginia 

Syracuse 

Villanova 

N.C. State 

Wake Forest 

Duke 

Kentucky 

Cincinnati 

Clemson 

Virginia 

Houston* 



7 
3 
28 

9 

6 

15 

3 

14 







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 Florida Citrus 
Bowl while the Tar Heels, in their fifth 
consecutive bowl game, lost to Florida State, 
28-3, in the Peach Bowl. 








CONFERENCE GAMES 




ALL GAMES 




Team 


W 


L 


T 


Pts. 


Opp. 


W 


L 


T 


Pts. 


Maryland 


5 








154 


71 


8 


4* 





316 


North Carolina 


4 


2 





184 


117 


8 


4** 





337 


Georgia Tech 


3 


2 





147 


140 


3 


8 





??? 


Duke 


3 


3 





150 


183 


3 


8 





246 


Virginia 


3 


3 





145 


150 


6 


5 





252 


N.C. State 


1 


5 





108 


159 


3 


8 





?3fi 


Wake Forest 


1 


5 





150 


218 


4 


7 





257 


+ Clemson 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


9 


1 


1 


338 


*Lost Florida Citrus Bowl; 


**] 


,ost Peach Bowl; 












+Not eligible for 


championship by conference 


action 













MARYLAND (5-0, 8-4-0) 




. Opp. 








253 


21 


Vanderbilt 


14 


216 


21 


West Virginia 


31 


313 


13 


Pittsburgh 


7 


350 


23 


Virginia 


3 


280 


34 


Syracuse 


13 


246 


36 


Wake Forest 


33 


281 


38 


Duke 


3 


200 


28 


North Carolina 


26 




23 


Auburn 


26 




27 


Clemson 


52 




29 


N.C. State 


6 




23 


Tennessee* 


30 



TERRAPIN FOOTBALL 



187 



ACC Champions in 1984 and 1985 




1984 



Maryland pocketed the championship for the 
second year in a row and earned its fifth 
outright crown over the past 11 seasons. The 
title was not decided until the season's final 
weekend when the Terps knocked off Virginia, 
45-33, for the league crown. Maryland, taking 
part in its third straight bowl game, defeated 
Tennessee in the Sun Bowl, 28-27, while 
Virginia, making its first-ever bowl game 
appearance, defeated Purdue 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 




ALL GAMES 






MARYLAND (5-0, 9-3-0) 




Team 


W 


L 


T 


Pts. 


Opp. 


W 


L 


T 


Pts. 


Opp. 








Maryland 


5 








204 


102 


9* 


3 





380 


280 


7 


Syracuse 


23 


Virginia 


3 


1 


2 


189 


108 


8** 


4 





337 


216 


14 


Vanderbilt 


23 


North Carolina 


3 


2 


1 


119 


125 


5 


5 


1 


234 


274 


20 


West Virginia 


17 


Wake Forest 


3 


3 





91 


124 


6 


5 





205 


232 


38 


Wake Forest 


17 


Georgia Tech 


2 


2 


1 


114 


81 


6 


4 


1 


296 


201 


24 


Penn State 


25 


Duke 


1 


5 





67 


162 


2 


9 





128 


301 


44 


N.C. State 


21 


NX. State 


1 


5 





97 


179 


3 


8 





263 


311 


43 


Duke 


7 


+ Clemson 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


7 


4 





346 


215 


34 
42 


North Carolina 
Miami (Fla.) 


23 
40 


*Won Sun Bowl; 


**Won Peach Bowl; 
















41 


Clemson 


23 


+Not eligible for championship by conference 


action 












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 
11th time in 13 seasons, the Terps took part 
in post-season play, knocking off Syracuse in 
the Cherry Bowl, 35-18. Maryland extended 
its ACC winning streak to 17 games with a 33- 
21 title clinching victory over Virginia on the 
final weekend of the season. A pair of 
offensive tackles, J.D. Maarleveld of Maryland 
and Jim Dombrowski of Virginia were tabbed 
as consensus Ail-Americans. 








CONFERENCE GAMES 




ALL GAMES 






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




Team 


W 


L 


T 


Pts. 


Opp. 


W 


L 


T 


Pts. 


Opp. 








Maryland 


6 








192 


92 


9* 


3 





326 


192 


18 


Penn State 


20 


Georgia Tech 


5 


1 





136 


55 


9# 


2 


1 


252 


132 


31 


Boston College 


13 


Clemson 


4 


3 





167 


122 


6+ 


6 





244 


222 


28 


West Virginia 





Virginia 


4 


3 





172 


150 


6 


5 





262 


217 





Michigan 


20 


North Carolina 


3 


4 





129 


154 


5 


6 





224 


223 


31 


N.C. State 


17 


Duke 


2 


5 





94 


174 


4 


7 





193 


252 


26 


Wake Forest 


3 


N.C. State 


2 


5 





121 


189 


3 


8 





186 


305 


40 


Duke 


10 


Wake Forest 


1 


6 





99 


174 


4 


7 





212 


249 


28 
22 


North Carolina 
Miami (Fla.) 


10 
29 


* Won Cherry Bowl; 


#Won 


Ail-American Bowl; 


+Lost Independence 


3 owl 






34 


Clemson 


31 
























33 


Virginia 


21 
























35 


Syracuse* 


18 



188 



TERRAPIN FOOTBALL 



Bowl Games 





JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 
JANUARY 1, 1948 

MARYLAND TERRAPINS vs. GEORGIA BULLDOGS 

UNDERDOG TERPS TIE BULLDOGS IN FIRST POST-SEASON 
APPEARANCE IN '48 GATOR BOWL 

In front of the first capacity crowd in Gator Bowl history, 16,666, 
Maryland's Lu Gambino was a one man wrecking crew, rushing for 
165 yards and scoring three touchdowns. Gambino's three scores 
propelled Maryland to a 20-7 lead, but Georgia reeled off 13 
points in the fourth quarter to tie the game. The Bulldogs 
threatened to win the game in the closing seconds, but time ran 
out with Georgia on Maryland's four-yard line. 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. Gambino was inducted into the Gator 



Bowl Hall of Fame in 1992. 








Maryland 7 13 
Missouri 7 — 


20 

7 


Maryland 7 


13 





20 






Georgia 


7 


13 


20 


UMD — Shemonski 11-yard run (Dean kick) -1st Q 





UM — Gambino 35-yard run (McHugh kick) -2nd Q 

UG— Rauch 1-yard run (Geri kick) -3rd Q 

UM— Gambino 1-yard run (kick failed) -3rd Q 

UM — Gambino 24-yard pass from Baroni -3rd Q 

UG — Geri 4-yard run (kick failed) -4th Q 

UG — Donaldson 9-yard pass from Rauch (Geri kick) 



•4th Q 



GAME STATISTICS 




Maryland 


Georgia 




First Downs 




16 


19 




Rushing Yards 




247 


216 




Passing Yards 




127 


190 




Passes (Comp.-Att.-Int.) 


7-14-1 


12-20-1 




Fumbles/Lost 




0-0 


2-1 




Punts 




5 (44) 


4 (40) 




Yards Penalized 




5-66 


4-80 




Attendance - 16,666 










STATISTICAL LEADERS 








Rushing 


Att. 


Yds. 


TD 




Gambino (UM) 


22 


165 


3 




Donaldson (UG) 


10 


69 







Passing 


Att. 


Comp. 


Yds. 


TD 


Baroni (UM) 


14 


7 


127 


1 


Rausch (UG) 


20 


12 


190 


1 




JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 
JANUARY 2, 1950 

MARYLAND TERRAPINS vs. MISSOURI TIGERS 

MARYLAND EARNS FIRST-EVER BOWL WIN IN '50 GATOR BOWL 

Three times in the first half Missouri turned the ball over, and all 
three times Maryland scored a touchdown as the Terrapins 
defeated the Tigers, 20-7, to earn their first-ever post-season 
victory. The Terrapin running attack, led by Bob Shemonski and 
Ed Modzelewski, amassed 266 rushing yards, the second-most by 
a Maryland bowl team. Maryland defensive back John Idzik set 
up Maryland's first score with a 26-yard interception return to 
the Tiger 11-yard line. Shemonski scored on a sweep on the next 
play for the go-ahead touchdown. Shemonski scored again on a 
six-yard run late in the second quarter to put the Terps up 20-0. 



UMD— Modzelewski 3-yard run (kick failed) -2nd Q 
UMD — Shemonski 6-yard run (Dean kick) -2nd Q 
UMS — Klien 4-yard run (Glorioso kick) -4th Q 



GAME STATISTICS 








Maryland 


Missouri 


First Downs 


11 


13 


Rushing Yards 


266 


100 


Passing Yards 


16 


167 


Passes (Comp.-Att.-Int.) 


2-17-1 


11-29-3 


Fumbles/Lost 


1-1 


5-5 


Punts 


7 (39.0) 


3 (38.0) 


Yards Penalized 


63 


10 



TERRAPIN FOOTBALL 



189 



Bowl Games 




AR BOWL 



NEW ORLEANS, LA. 
JANUARY 2, 1952 

MARYLAND TERRAPINS vs. TENNESSEE VOLUNTEERS 

MARYLAND UPSETS NO. 1 TENNESSEE IN '52 ORANGE BOWL 

In what may have been perhaps the biggest win in Maryland 
football history, the Terps upset No. 1 ranked and regular season 
national champion Tennessee, 28-13, in the 1952 Cotton Bowl. 
The Terps were led by running back Ed "Mighty Mo" Modzelewski 
(153 yards on 28 carries) and the brilliant play of running 
back/ defensive back Ed Fullerton who scored two touchdowns 
and threw for another. The Terps put the game out of reach in 
the third quarter with a 46-yard interception for a touchdown by 
Fullerton, giving the Terps a 28-6 lead. Maryland finished the 
season with an overall record of 10-0-0 and a No. 3 national 
ranking. 



Maryland 7 
Tennessee 



14 
6 



28 

13 



UM — Fullerton 2-yard run (Decker kick) -1st Q 

UM — Shemonski 7-yard pass from Fullerton (Decker kick) -2nd Q 

UM— Scarbath 1-yard run (Decker kick) -2nd Q 

UT — Rechichar 4-yard pass from Payne (kick failed) -2nd Q 

UM — Fullerton 46-yard interception return (Decker kick) -3rd Q 

UT— Payne 2-yard run (Rechichar kick) -4th Q 



GAME STATISTICS 

First Downs 

Rushing Yards 

Passing Yards 

Passes (Comp.-Att.-Int.) 

Return Yardage 

Fumbles/Lost 

Punts 

Yards Penalized 

STATISTICAL LEADERS 
Rushing Att. 

Modzelewski (UM) 28 

Payne (UT) 1 1 



Passing 

Scarbath (UM) 
Payne (UT) 



Att. 

9 
14 



Maryland 

18 

289 

63 
7-13-1 

29 

7-1 
8 (38.0) 
12-120 



Yds. 

153 
54 

Comp. 

6 

7 



Tennessee 

12 

81 

75 

9-19-4 

16 

2-2 

7 (43.0) 

2-20 



TD 









1 




Yds. 


TD 


57 





75 


1 




MIAMI, FLA. 
JANUARY 1, 1954 

MARYLAND TERRAPINS vs. OKLAHOMA SOONERS 

NATIONAL CHAMP TERPS FALL TO SOONERS IN 
FIRST ORANGE BOWL APPEARANCE 

This was the first game of the contract that pitted the Big Eight 
Conference champion against the Atlantic Coast Conference 
champion. The Terrapins took an undefeated season and the 
nation's No. 1 ranking into the game against an Oklahoma squad 
that used a powerful running attack to grind out a second 
quarter touchdown to propel the Sooners to a 7-0 win. Twice the 
Terps had first down opportunities with the ball inside the 10- 
yard line and failed to come away with any points. 



Maryland 
Oklahoma 



OU— Griggs 25-yard run (Leake kick) - 2nd Q 



GAME STATISTICS 

First Downs 

Rushing Yards 

Passing Yards 

Passes (Comp.-Att.-Int.) 

Return Yardage 

Fumbles/Lost 

Punts 

Yards Penalized 

Attendance - 68,718 

STATISTICAL LEADERS 
Rushing Att. 

Felton (UM) 10 

Grigg (OU) 13 

Att. 



Passing 

Boxold (UM) 
Calame (OU) 

Receiving 

Nolan (UM) 
Burris (OU) 



9 
4 

Rec. 

2 
3 



Maryland 

13 
176 
36 

5-12-0 

25 

1-1 

5 (29.0) 

-15 



Yds. 

51 
89 

Comp. 

3 

4 

Yds. 

31 
17 



Oklahoma 

10 

208 

22 

4-6-1 

7 

2-2 

7(31.3) 

-45 



TD 


1 



Yds. 

42 
22 

TD 






TD 






190 



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Bowl Games 





MIAMI, FLA. 
JANUARY 2, 1956 

MARYLAND TERRAPINS vs. OKLAHOMA SOONERS 

SOONERS SNAP TERPS' 15-GAME WINNING STREAK 
IN '56 ORANGE BOWL 

The third-ranked Terps came into the Orange Bowl riding a 15- 
game winning streak, only to have it snapped by an Oklahoma 
team that extended its winning streak to 30 games with its 20-6 
win. The Terps, who led 6-0 at halftime, were stunned when the 
Sooners went into their famous "fast break offense" and reeled 
off two third quarter touchdowns to earn the national 
championship. 



Maryland 





6 








— 


6 


Maryland 





10 





6 


— 


16 


Oklahoma 





n 


14 


6 


— 


20 


Georgia 





10 


7 





— 


17 



UM— Verch 15-yard run (kick failed) - 2nd Q 
0U— McDonald 4-yard run (Prices kick) - 3rd Q 
0U— 0'Neil 1-yard run (Prices kick) - 3rd Q 
0U — Dodd 82-yard interception return (kick failed) 



4th Q 



GAME STATISTICS 












Maryland 


Oklahoma 


First Downs 




9 


16 


Rushing Yards 




187 


202 


Passing Yards 




46 


53 


Passes (Comp.-Att.-Int.) 


3-10-3 


4-10-1 


Fumbles/Lost 




3-2 


1-1 


Punts 




7 (40.0) 


8 (34.0) 


Yards Penalized 




4-61 


4-35 


Attendance - 75,561 








STATISTICAL LEADERS 






Rushing 


Att. 


Yds. 


TD 


Vereb (UM) 


8 


108 


1 


Harris (0U) 


9 


63 





Passing 


Att. 


Comp. 


Yds. 


Beightol (UM) 


7 


2 


46 


Harris (0U) 


5 


3 


34 


Receiving 


Rec. 


Yds. 


TD 


Cooke (UM) 


1 


21 





Bums (0U) 


2 


28 






TD 





ATLANTA, CA. 
DECEMBER 28, 1973 

MARYLAND TERRAPINS vs. GEORGIA BULLDOGS 

GEORGIA EDGES MARYLAND IN '73 PEACH BOWL 

Maryland came away from its first bowl game in 18 years a 
bitterly dissappointed team. The Terrapins dominated Georgia in 
all phases, but the game was tied 10-10 at the half thanks to a 
couple of big plays by the Bulldogs. In the third quarter, a 
costly Terp fumble led to Georgia's go-ahead touchdown. Seven 
times the Terrapins were inside the Georgia 20-yard line, coming 
away with only nine points. The Terps lone touchdown came by 
virtue of Walter White's 68-yard touchdown reception. 



UG — Poulous 62-yard pass from Johnson (Leavitt kick) 5:27-2nd Q 

UM— White 68-yard pass from Carter (Mike-Mayer kick) 5:04-2nd Q 

UM— Mike-Mayer 36-yard field goal l:31-2nd Q 

UG— Leavitt 26-yard field goal :06-2nd Q 

UG — Johnson 1-yard run (Leavitt kick) 4:24-3rd Q 

UM— Mike-Mayer 25-yard field goal 13:53-4th Q 

UM— Mike-Mayer 28-yard field goal 7:35-4th Q 



GAME STATISTICS 

First Downs 

Rushing Yards 

Passing Yards 

Passes (Comp.-Att.-Int.) 

Return Yardage 

Fumbles/Lost 

Punts 

Yards Penalized 

Attendance - 38,107 

STATISTICAL LEADERS 
Rushing Att. 

Carter (UM) 29 

King (UG) 16 



Maryland 

15 

219 

242 

8-18-1 

78 

4-3 

6 (31.8) 

5-63 



Georgia 

11 

170 

114 
5-16-1 

135 

2-2 
8 (41.3) 

1-5 



Passing 

Kinard (UM) 
Johnson (UG) 

Receiving 

White (UM) 
Poulous (UG) 



Att. 



16 

Rec. 

2 
2 



Yds. 


TD 




126 







57 







>mp. 


Yds. 


TD 


4 


113 





5 


114 


1 


Yds. 


TD 




106 


1 




62 


1 





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iff 




MEMPHIS, TENN. 
DECEMBER 16, 1974 

MARYLAND TERRAPINS vs. TENNESSEE VOLUNTEERS 

TENNESSEE SCORES LATE TOUCHDOWN TO GET PAST 
MARYLAND IN 74 LIBERTY BOWL 

The Maryland defense, led by All-ACC defensive tackle Randy 
White, shutout Tennessee for nearly four quarters but lost the 
game when the Volunteers' quarterback Randy Wallace found 
Larry Sievers for an 11-yard touchdown pass with 2:08 to play. 
The Terps were punting from their own 13 when a bad snap from 
center was recovered by the Volunteers on the Maryland seven- 
yard line. Maryland had a chance to win the game but an 
apparent 20-yard touchdown pass was ruled out of bounds. 



Maryland 





3 








— 


3 
















Tennessee 











7 


— 


7 


Maryland 


7 


3 





3 


— 


13 
















Florida 














— 






UM— Mike-Mayer 28-yard field goal - 2nd Q 

UT — Seivers 11-yard pass from Wallace (Towsend kick) 



4th Q 



GAME STATISTICS 












Maryland 


Tennessee 


First Downs 




16 


15 


Rushing Yards 




108 


173 


Passing Yards 




158 


65 


Passes (Comp.-Att.-Int 


) 


15-24-2 


7-16-0 


Return Yardage 




76 


65 


Fumbles/Lost 




3-3 


4-2 


Punts 




6 (41.0) 


7 (39.0) 


Yards Penalized 




4-63 


8-69 


Attendance - 51,284 








STATISTICAL LEADER* 








Rushing i 


\tt. 


Yds. 


TD 


Carter (UM) 


22 


65 





Gayle (UT) 


17 


106 


1 



Passing 

Avellinni (UM) 
Holloway (UT) 

Receiving 

White (UM) 
Seivers (UT) 



Att. 

22 

15 

Rec. 

5 
4 



Comp. 

15 
6 

Yds. 

68 
38 



Yds. 

158 
54 

TD 



1 



TD 







JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 
DECEMBER 29, 1975 

MARYLAND TERRAPINS vs. FLORIDA GATORS 

MARYLAND DEFENSE SHUTS OUT FAVORED FLORIDA 
IN '75 GATOR BOWL 

The ACC Champion Terrapins headed into the 1975 Gator Bowl as 
a seven-point underdog to the Florida Gators. However, this did 
not deter the Terps, who were coming off their best season (8-2- 
1) in 20 years. Maryland shutout the Gators, 13-0, in front of a 
large pro-Florida crowd in a steady downpour. The Maryland 
defense held the SEC's total offense leader scoreless and 
intercepted two Florida passes which led to the first 10 Maryland 
points. This was the first Terp win over an SEC team since 1955 
and their first bowl win since the 1952 Sugar Bowl. 



UM — Hoover 19-yard pass from Dick (Sochko kick) 
UM— Sochko 20-yard field goal 6:49-2nd Q 
UM— Sochko 27-yard field goal ll:41-4th Q 

GAME STATISTICS 



First Downs 

Rushing Yards 

Passing Yards 

Passes (Comp.-Att.-Int.) 

Return Yardage 

Fumbles/Lost 

Punts 

Yards Penalized 

STATISTICAL LEADERS 
Rushing Att. 

Atkins (UM) 20 

DuBose (UF) 18 



:15-lst Q 



Passing 

Dick (UM) 
Fisher (UF) 

Receiving 

Hoover (UM) 
Lecount (UF) 



Att. 

13 
12 

Rec. 

2 

1 



Maryland 


Florida 




15 


14 




209 


182 




82 


28 




7-16-0 


3-19-3 




26 


25 




0-0 


1-1 




7(39.5) 


7(38.5) 




5-47 


6-48 




Yds. 


TD 




127 







95 







Comp. 


Yds. 


TD 


5 


67 





2 


33 





Yds. 


TD 




24 


1 




25 








192 



TERRAPIN FOOTBALL 



Bowl Games 





DALLAS, TEXAS 
JANUARY 1, 1977 

MARYLAND TERRAPINS vs. HOUSTON COUGARS 

COUGARS DASH TERPS HOPES FOR UNDEFEATED SEASON 
IN '77 COTTON BOWL 

Maryland entered the 1977 Cotton Bowl with a perfect 11-0 
record, but the hopes for a perfect season were dashed quickly 
when Houston scored 21 first quarter points en route to their 30- 
21 win. The Cougars rushed for a total of 320 yards in the game 
and 144 in the 21-point first quarter. The Terps cut the lead to 
27-21 in the fourth quarter, but a 5:42 drive by the Cougars late 
in the quarter resulted in a field goal, slamming the door on any 
Terp comeback hopes. 

















Maryland 


3 


14 








— 


17 


Maryland 





7 


7 


7 


— 


21 


Minnesota 


/ 











— 


7 


Houston 


21 


6 





3 


— 


30 

















UH — Thomas 11-yard run (Coplin kick) 6:27-lst Q 

UH— Blackwell 33-yard run (Coplin kick) 3:13-lst Q 

UH— Blackwell 1-yd run (Coplin kick) :51-lst Q 

UM— Manges 6-yard run (Loncar kick) 9:36-2nd Q 

UH — Bass 33-yard pass from Davis (kick failed) :55-2nd Q 

UM— Sievers 11-yard pass from Manges (Sochko kick) l:41-3rd Q 

UM— Wilson 1-yd run (Sochko kick) 8:46-4th Q 

UH— Coplin 28-yard field goal :18-4th Q 

GAME STATISTICS 



First Downs 

Rushing Yards 

Passing Yards 

Passes (Comp.-Att.-Int.) 

Return Yardage 

Fumbles/Lost 

Punts 

Yards Penalized 

Attendance - 58,500 

STATISTICAL LEADERS 
Rushing Att. 

Scott (MD) 11 

Blackwell (UH) 22 



Maryland 


Houston 


17 


20 


120 


320 


179 


108 


17-32-0 


5-8-0 


13 


5 


1-1 


4-3 


6 (44.0) 


4 (36.0) 


8-80 


5-22 



Passing 

Manges (MD) 
Davis (UH) 

Receiving 

Kinney (MD) 
Foster (UH) 



Att. 

32 



Rec. 

6 
3 



Yds. 

47 
149 

Comp. 

17 
5 

Yds. 

72 
62 



TD 


2 

Yds. 

179 
108 

TD 






TD 

1 
1 



BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 
DECEMBER 22, 1977 

MARYLAND TERRAPINS vs. MINNESOTA GOLDEN GOPHERS 

TERRAPINS SHUT DOWN MINNESOTA IN FIRST-EVER 
HALL OF FAME BOWL 

After allowing an early Minnesota touchdown run, the Terps 
scored the next 17 points and shutout the Golden Gophers over 
the next three quarters to leave Birmingham with a 17-7 win. 
Offensively, the Terps looked to George Scott who rushed for 75 
yards and two second quarter touchdowns to put Maryland in the 
lead for good. The Maryland defense held the Gophers to only 69 
yards of total offense in the second half. 



MN— Barber one-yard run (Rogind kick) 9:02-lst Q 
MD— Sochko 32-yard field goal 5:21-lst Q 
MD— Scott two-yard run (Sochko kick) 7:04-2nd Q 
MD — Scott one-yard run (Sochko kick) 4:53-2nd Q 



GAME STATISTICS 












Maryland 


Minnesota 


First Downs 




15 


17 


Rushing Yards 




120 


113 


Passing Yards 




211 


155 


Passes (Comp.-Att.-Int. 


) 


12-23-1 


13-26-0 


Return Yardage 




3 


6 


Fumbles/Lost 




3-2 


3-2 


Punts 




5 (36.8) 


9 (27.7) 


Yards Penalized 




12-80 


6-54 


Attendance - 47,000 








STATISTICAL LEADERS 








Rushing Att. 


Yds. 


TD 


Scott (MD) 


24 


75 


2 


Kitzmann (MN) 


24 


76 






Passing 

Dick (MD) 
Avery (MN) 

Receiving 

White (MD) 
Anhorn (MN) 



Att. 

20 
23 

Rec. 

8 
5 



Comp. 

12 
12 

Yds. 

126 
49 



Yds. 

211 
130 

TD 






TD 






TERRAPIN FOOTBALL 



193 



Bowl Games 





EL PASO, TEXAS 
DECEMBER 23, 1978 

MARYLAND TERRAPINS vs. TEXAS LONGHORNS 

TERRAPINS UNABLE TO OVERCOME STINGY 
TEXAS DEFENSE IN '78 SUN BOWL 

The Maryland Terrapins, appearing in their sixth consecutive bowl 
and looking for their second straight bowl win, ran into a very 
determined Texas Longhorn team. The Longhorns running game 
amassed 220 yards and five touchdowns, while the Texas defense 
held Maryland to 248 yards of total offense. It was the first time 
in 95 games the Terps had been held scoreless, ending the third- 
longest streak in the nation. 



Maryland 

















Texas 


21 


7 


L4 





42 



UT — L. Jones 7-yard run (Erxleben kick) 10:27-lst Q 

UT — J. Jones 1-yard run (Erxleben kick) 7:15-lst Q 

UT— L. Jones 29-yard pass from McBath (Erxleben kick) 4:37-lst Q 

UT— McBaeth 2-yard run (Erxleben kick) 12:55-2nd Q 

UT— J. Jones 14-yard run (Erxleben kick) 2:42-3rd Q 

UT— H. Jones 32-yard run (Erxleben kick) l:08-3rd Q 



GAME STATISTICS 












Maryland 


Texas 


First Downs 




20 


18 


Rushing Yards 




34 


220 


Passing Yards 




214 


45 


Passes (Comp.-Att.-Int 


) 


17-43-4 


2-7-0 


Return Yardage 







20 


Fumbles/Lost 




2-1 


3-1 


Punts 




8(37) 


7(41) 


Yards Penalized 




5-35 


7-42 


Attendance - 33,122 








STATISTICAL LEADER' 








Rushing i 


\tt. 


Yds. 


TD 


Atkins (UM) 


10 


15 





H. Jones (UT) 


14 


104 


1 



Passing 

0'Hare (UM) 
McBath (UT) 

Receiving 

Richards (UM) 
L. Jones (UT) 



Att. 

27 
5 

Rec. 

4 



Comp. 

12 
2 

Yds. 

52 
45 



Yds. 

146 
45 

TD 


1 



TD 



1 




ORLANDO, FLA. 
DECEMBER 20, 1980 

MARYLAND TERRAPINS vs. FLORIDA GATORS 

WYSOCKl'S 159 YARDS NOT ENOUGH TO OVERCOME 
GATOR'S AIR ATTACK IN '80 TANGERINE BOWL 

Maryland's Charlie Wysocki rushed for 159 yards and a 
touchdown, but it was not enough to overcome the passing 
attack of the Gators' Wayne Peace, who threw for 271 yards and 
two touchdowns. Peace's favorite receiver, Cris Collinsworth, 
caught eight passes for 166 yards, including a 21-yard touchdown 
catch that led to Florida's 21-20 lead. Maryland's Dale Castro tied 
a Tangerine Bowl record and established a new Terrapin bowl 
record when he booted his fourth field goal in the third quarter. 



Maryland 


3 


6 


11 





— 


20 


Florida 





14 


14 


7 


— 


35 



UM— Castro 34-yard field goal 4:50-lst Q 

UF— Collinsworth 24-yard pass from Peace (Clark kick) 14:04-2nd Q 

UM— Castro 27-yard field goal 4:37-2nd Q 

UM— Castro 26-yard field goal 4:28-2nd Q 

UF— Jones 2-yard run (Clark kick) l:46-2nd Q 

UM— Wysocki 2-yard run (Tice run) 14:48-3rd Q 

UM— Castro 42-yard field goal 10:00-3rd Q 

UF — Peace one-yard run (Clark kick) 4:43-3rd Q 

UF— Collinsworth 21-yard pass from Peace (Clark kick) 3:29-3rd Q 

UF— Brown 2-yard run (Clark kick) 9:31-4th Q 



GAME STATISTICS 

First Downs 

Rushing Yards 

Passing Yards 

Passes (Comp.-Att.-Int.) 

Return Yardage 

Fumbles/Lost 

Punts 

Yards Penalized 

Attendance - 52,541 

STATISTICAL LEADERS 
Rushing Att. 

Wysocki (UM) 39 

Brown (UF) 16 

Att. 

23 
24 



Passing 

Tice (UM) 
McBath (UF) 

Receiving 

Havener (UM) 
Collinsworth (UF) 



Rec. 



Maryland 

19 

181 

155 

12-26-3 

14 

4-2 

4 (39.0) 

6-44 



Yds. 

159 
71 

Comp. 

11 
20 

Yds. 

83 
166 



Florida 

16 

108 

271 
20-34-1 

54 

1-0 
6 (34.0) 
11-108 



TD 

1 
1 

Yds. 

129 
271 

TD 


2 



TD 

2 



194 



TERRAPIN FOOTBALL 



Bowl Games 





HONOLULU, HAWAII 
DECEMBER 25, 1982 

MARYLAND TERRAPINS vs. WASHINGTON HUSKIES 

HUSKIES EDGE MARYLAND IN '82 ALOHA BOWL 

The Maryland Terrapins and Washington Huskies made sure the 
fans who went to the inaugural Aloha Bowl got their money's 
worth. The Huskies' touchdown with :06 left secured 
Washington's come-from-behind, 21-20 victory. The Terps had a 
chance to go up by nine points with 3:39 left to play, but Jess 
Atkinson's 32-yard field goal attempt fell short. This after the 
Terps had fallen behind 14-6 in the first half, and Boomer 
Esiason completed 10 passes for 120 yards and a touchdown in 
the third quarter to give Maryland a 20-14 lead. 



Maryland 
Washington 7 



7 





Maryland 


3 


6 


1 1 


4 


— 


23 


20 


Tennessee 


7 


3 


6 


14 


— 


30 


21 

















UW— Allen 27-yard pass from Cowan (Nelson kick) 10:14 - 1st Q 

UM — D'Addio 19-yard pass from Esiason (kick failed) 14:52 - 2nd Q 

UW — Allen 71-yard pass from Cowan (Nelson kick) 5:21 - 2nd Q 

UM — Tice 36-yard pass from Esiason (conversion failed) 12:18 - 

3rdQ 

UM — Nash 2-yard run (Tice pass from Esiason) - 10:44 - 4th Q 

UW —Allen 11-yard pass from Cowan (Nelson kick) - :06 - 4th Q 

GAME STATISTICS 



First Downs 

Rushing Yards 

Passing Yards 

Passes (Comp.-Att.-Int.) 

Return Yardage 

Fumbles/Lost 

Punts 

Yards Penalized 

Attendance - 30,055 

STATISTICAL LEADERS 
Rushing Att. 

Nash (UM) 11 

Robinson (UW) 16 



laryland 


Washington 


17 


20 


68 


63 


251 


369 


19-32-1 


35-55-0 


45 


43 


2-1 


4-4 


7(38) 


5 (45) 


8-55 


7-50 



Passing 

Esiason (UM) 
Cowan (UW) 

Receiving 

Tice (UM) 
Skansi (UW) 



Att. 

19 
33 

Rec. 

6 
10 



Yds. 

41 
50 

Comp. 

32 
55 

Yds. 

85 
81 



TD 

1 


Yds. 

251 
369 

TD 

1 




TD 

1 
3 



ORLANDO, FLA. 
DECEMBER 17, 1983 

MARYLAND TERRAPINS vs. TENNESSEE VOLUNTEERS 

TENNESSEE RALLIES TO DEFEAT TERPS IN '83 CITRUS BOWL 

The Tennessee Volunteers scored two touchdowns in the fourth 
quarter to overcome a 20-16 deficit and defeat the Terps, 30-23, in 
the 1983 Citrus Bowl. Maryland took a four-point lead into the 
fourth quarter, thanks to outstanding play from reserve quarterback 
Frank Reich. Reich entered the game in the second quarter when 
starter Boomer Esiason suffered a shoulder injury. Reich's one 
mistake of the day, an interception early in the fourth quarter, set 
the Volunteers up on Maryland's 14-yard line and led to a Tennessee 
touchdown run that was the difference in the game. 



UM— Atkinson 18-yard field goal 4:01-lst Q 

UT— Taylor 12 pass from Cockrell l:04-lst Q 

UM— Atkinson 48-yard field goal 13:43-2nd Q 

UM— Atkinson 31-yard field goal 12:01-2nd Q 

UT— Reveiz 25-yard field goal 4:34-2nd Q 

UM— Atkinson 22-yard field goal 10:47-3rd Q 

UT — Henderson 19-yard run (Cockrell pass failed) 5:29-3rd Q 

UM — Badanjek 3-yard run (Badanjek run) 4:14-3rd Q 

UT— Jones 1-yard run (Reveiz kick) 14:01-4th Q 

UT— Jones 2-yard run (Reveiz kick) ll:58-4th Q 

UM— Atkinson 26-yard field goal 4:34-4th Q 



GAME STATISTICS 

Maryland 

First Downs 17 

Rushing Yards 95 

Passing Yards 253 

Passes (Comp.-Att.-Int.) 18-28-1 

Return Yardage 10 

Fumbles/Lost 3-1 

Punts (0.0) 

Yards Penalized 6-32 

Attendance - 50,183 



STATISTICAL LEADERS 
Rushing 

Joyner (UM) 
Jones (UT) 

Passing 

Reich (UM) 
Cockrell (UT) 

Receiving 

Davis (UM) 
Duncan (UT) 



Tennessee 

25 

201 

185 
16-23-1 

26 

1-1 
1 (47.0) 

1-5 



Att. 


Yds. 


TD 




17 


58 







29 


154 


1 




Att. 


Comp. 


Yds. 


TD 


22 


14 


192 


1 


23 


16 


185 


1 


Rec. 


Yds. 


TD 




4 


66 







6 


59 








TERRAPIN FOOTBALL 



195 



Bowl Games 





EL PASO, TEXAS 
DECEMBER 22, 1984 

MARYLAND TERRAPINS vs. TENNESSEE VOLUNTEERS 

MARYLAND OVERCOMES 21-POINT DEFICIT TO 
DEFEAT TENNESSEE IN '84 SUN BOWL 

The Maryland Terrapins were truly the comeback team of 1984. 
Maryland trailed Tennessee 21-0 at halftime and erupted for a 
Terrapin bowl record 22 points in the third quarter. Frank Reich's 
third quarter touchdown pass to Ferrell Edmunds put the Terps 
up 22-21, but the ensuing kick off was returned for a touchdown 
by the Volunteers, to give them a 27-22 lead. Then with 8:03 left 
to play, the Terps' offense pounded out a 5:05 drive that was 
capped off by a one-yard scoring run by Rick Bandanjek for the 
game-winning touchdown. 



28 
27 



UT — Jones 2-yard run (Reveiz kick) 6:34-lst Q 

UT— Reveiz 24-yard field goal 2:29-lst Q 

UT— Reveiz 52-yard field goal 5:13-2nd Q 

UT — McGee 6-yard pass from Robinson (McGee pass from 

Robinson) :37-2nd Q 

UM— Neal 57-yard run (Pass failed) 10:35-3rd Q 

UM— Atkinson 23-yard field goal 6:32-3rd Q 

UM— Badanjek 1-yard run (Atkinson kick) 3:47-3rd Q 

UM — Edmunds 40-yard pass from Reich 3:47-3rd Q 

UT— Penuska 100-yard kick off return (Pass failed) :10-3rd Q 

UM— Badanjek 1-yard run (pass failed) 2:28-4th Q 

GAME STATISTICS 



Maryland 





22 


6 


Tennessee 10 


11 


6 






First Downs 

Rushing Yards 

Passing Yards 

Passes (Comp.-Att.-Int.) 

Return Yardage 

Fumbles/Lost 

Punts 

Yards Penalized 

Attendance - 50,126 

STATISTICAL LEADERS 
Rushing Att. 

Neal (UM) 12 

Jones (UT) 14 



Passing 

Reich (UM) 
Robinson (UT) 

Receiving 

Hill (UM) 
McGee (UT) 



Att. 

28 
24 

Rec. 

4 

h 



Maryland 

22 

229 

201 

17-28-1 

80 

2-2 

4 (39.0) 

8-63 



Yds. 

107 
80 

Comp. 

17 
15 

Yds. 

69 



Tennessee 

13 

148 

132 
15-24-0 

194 

2-2 
5 (42.4) 

6-49 



TD 

1 




Yds. 

201 
132 

TD 



1 



TD 

1 

1 




PONTIAC, MICH. 
DECEMBER 21, 1985 

MARYLAND TERRAPINS vs. SYRACUSE ORANGEMEN 

GELBAUGH LEADS TERRAPINS PAST SYRACUSE 
IN '85 CHERRY BOWL 

Quarterback Stan Gelbaugh completed 14 passes for 223 yards, 
threw two touchdowns and rushed for another as Maryland 
defeated Syracuse 35-18. The Terrapins, who trailed 3-0 early in 
the first quarter, took their first lead thanks to Gelbaugh's four- 
yard touchdown run. Trailing 10-6 in the second quarter, 
Gelbaugh hit tight end Chris Knight for a three-yard score to put 
the Terps in the lead for good. The touchdown pass also was the 
start of a 22-point second quarter that tied a Maryland bowl 
record for points scored in a quarter. 



Syracuse 3 
Maryland 6 



7 

22 



7 



18 
35 



SU— McAulay 26-yard field goal 10:27-lst Q 

UM— Gelbaugh 4-yard run (kick failed) 6:36-lst Q 

SU— Drummond 10-yard run (McAulay kick) 12:53-2nd Q 

UM — Knight 3-yard pass from Gelbaugh (Bandajek run) 8:50-2nd Q 

UM— Tye 8-yard fumble return (Plocki kick) 3:41-2nd Q 

UM— Blount 20-yard run (Plocki kick) l:43-2nd Q 

UM— Abdur-Ra'oof 6-yard pass from Gelbaugh (Plocki kick) 

ll:27-3rd Q 

SU — McPherson 17-yard run (Schwedes from McPherson) 2:51-3rd Q 



GAME STATISTICS 








Maryland 


Syracuse 


First Downs 


22 


28 


Rushing Yards 


244 


241 


Passing Yards 


223 


204 


Passes (Comp.-Att.-Int.) 


14-20-1 


18-30-3 


Return Yardage 


99 


135 


Fumbles/Lost 


0-0 


3-2 


Punts 


3 (38.7) 


1 (52.0) 


Yards Penalized 


5-54 


3-26 



Attendance - 51,858 

STATISTICAL LEADERS 
Rushing Att. 

Blount (UM) 24 

McPherson (SU) 21 



Passing 

Gelbaugh (UM) 
McPherson (SU) 

Receiving 

Abdur-Ra'oof (UM) 
Slano (SU) 



Att. 

14 
18 

Rec. 

5 
4 



Yds. 

135 
111 

Comp. 

20 
30 

Yds. 

86 
69 



TD 

1 
1 

Yds. 

223 

204 

TD 

1 




TD 
2 





196 



TERRAPIN FOOTBALL 



Bowl Games 





SHREVEPORT, LA. 
DECEMBER 15, 1990 

MARYLAND TERRAPINS vs. LOUISIANA TECH BULLDOGS 

MARYLAND RALLIES TO TIE BULLDOGS 
IN '90 INDEPENDENCE BOWL 

Louisiana State's Chris Boniol hit a 29-yard field goal with no 
time remaining in the 1990 Independence Bowl, allowing the 
Bulldogs to escape Shreveport with a 34-34 tie. The Terrapins fell 
behind 31-20 early in the fourth quarter but rallied to take the 
lead when Scott Zolak threw a 15-yard touchdown pass to Brad 
Johnson with :52 remaining. However on the ensuing kickoff, 
Tech's Lorenzo Baker returned the kick 41 yards to start the 
Bulldog drive on the Maryland 39-yard line. Five plays and 28 
yards later, Boniol kicked his second field goal of the game to 
even the score. 



Maryland 14 





6 


14 


— 


34 


Louisiana Tech 


14 


14 


6 


— 


34 



UM— Jackson 1-yard run (DeArmas kick) ll:59-lst Q 

UM— Jackson 2-yard run (DeArmas kick) 5:06-lst Q 

LT— Richardson 5— yard run (Boniol kick) 8:30-2nd Q 

LT— Davis 3-yurd run (Boniol kick) :17-2nd Q 

LT— Richardson 1-yard run (Boniol kick) 10:35-3rd Q 

UM— Jackson 11-yard run (Kick failed) 7:44-3rd Q 

LT — Slaughter 7-yard pass from Johnson (Boniol kick) 5:52-3rd Q 

LT— Boniol 36-yard field goal 13:52-4th Q 

UM— Mason 28-yard pass from Zolak (DeArmas kick) ll:20-4th Q 

UM— Johnson 15-yard pass from Zolak (DeArmas kick) :52-4th Q 

LT— Boniol 28-yard field goal :00-4th Q 



GAME STATISTICS 








Louisiana Tech 


Maryland 


First Downs 


16 


25 


Rushing Yards 


191 


150 


Passing Yards 


115 


254 


Passes (Comp.-Att.-Int.) 


11-18-1 


18-28-3 


Return Yardage 


22 


3 


Fumbles/ Lost 


1-1 


3-1 


Punts 


4 (37.2) 


1 (34.0) 


Yards Penalized 


9-88 


6-53 


Attendance - 48,325 







STATISTICAL LEADERS 








Rushing 


Att. 


Yds. 


TD 




Richardson (LT) 


27 


81 


2 




Jackson (UM) 


17 


',() 


i 




Passing 


Att. 


Comp. 


Yds. 


TD 


Zolak (UM) 


16 


7 


159 


2 


Johnson (LT) 


7 


H 


70 


1 


Receiving 


Rec. 


Yds. 


TD 




Johnson (UM) 


5 


107 


1 




Slaughter (LT) 


5 


66 


1 





Maryland's 


Bowl Record (6-9-2) 




Date 


Bowl 


Opponent 


Score 


Jan. 1, 1948 


Gator 


Georgia 


20-20, T 


Jan. 2, 1950 


Gator 


Missouri 


20-7, W 


Jan. 2, 1952 


Sugar 


Tennessee 


28-13, W 


Jan. 1, 1954 


Orange 


Oklahoma 


0-7, L 


Jan. 2, 1956 


Orange 


Oklahoma 


6-20, L 


Dec. 28, 1973 


Peach 


Georgia 


16-17, L 


Dec. 16, 1974 


Liberty 


Tennessee 


3-7, L 


Dec. 29, 1975 


Gator 


Florida 


13-0, W 


Jan. 1, 1977 


Cotton 


Houston 


21-30, L 


Dec. 22, 1977 


Hall of Fame 


Minnesota 


17-7, W 


Dec. 23, 1978 


Sun 


Texas 


0-42, L 


Dec. 20, 1980 


Tangerine 


Florida 


20-35, L 


Dec. 25, 1982 


Aloha 


Washington 


20-21, L 


Dec. 17, 1983 


Citrus 


Tennessee 


23-30, L 


Dec. 22, 1984 


Sun 


Tennessee 


28-27, W 


Dec. 21, 1985 


Cherry 


Syracuse 


35-18, W 


Dec. 15, 1990 


Independence 


Louisiana Tech 


34-34, T 



TERRAPIN FOOTBALL 



197 



Maryland Bowl Records 




Team 



First Downs: 

25, 1990 Independence Bowl (12 rush, 9 pass, 4 penalty) vs. Louisiana Tech 

Opponent's First Downs: 

28, Syracuse, 1985 Cherry Bowl, (11 rush, 16 pass, 1 penalty) 

First Downs Rushing: 

14, 1952 Sugar Bowl vs. Tennessee 
Opponent's First Downs Rushing: 

14, Houston, 1977 Cotton Bowl; Texas, 1978 Sun Bowl; Tennessee, 
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 vs. Louisiana Tech 
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 Touchdowns: 

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 

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 Touchdowns: 

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) 

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 

Opponent's Penalty Yards 

108 on 11 penalties, Florida, 1980 Tangerine Bowl 



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Bowl Records 




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 Touchdowns 

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 Touchdown 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.), 

223 yards (14 of 20, 2 TD, 1 Int.), 

215 yards (17 of 28, 1 TD, 3 Int.), 

1990 Independence Bowl 

211 yards (12 of 20, TD, lint.), 

201 yards (17 of 28, 1 TD, 1 Int.), 

192 yards (14 of 22, TD, 1 Int.), 

Opponent's Passing Yards 

350 yards (33 of 53, 3 TD, Int.), 



Boomer Esiason vs. Washington, 1982 Aloha Bowl 
Stan Gelbaugh vs. Syracuse, 1985 Cherry Bowl 
Scott Zolak vs Louisiana Tech, 

Larry Dick vs. Minnesota, 1977 Hall of Fame Bowl 
Frank Reich vs. Tennessee, 1984 Sun Bowl 
Frank Reich vs. Tennessee. 1983 Citrus Bowl 

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 Touchdowns 

2, Boomer Esiason vs. Washington, 1982 Aloha Bowl 
2, Stan Gelbaugh 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 Touchdown 

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, Cris Collinsworth, Florida, 1980 Tangerine Bowl 

Receptions 

8 (125 yards), Walter White vs. Minnesota, 1977 Hall of Fame Bowl 
Opponent's Receptions 

8 (166 yards), Cris Collinsworth, Florida, 1980 Tangerine Bowl 
8 (152 yards), Anthony Allen, Washington, 1982 Aloha Bowl 

Touchdown 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 D'Addio 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 Gelbaugh, 1985 Cherry Bowl 

1, Azzizudin Abdur-Ra'oof from Stan Gelbaugh, 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 All-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, Tim 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-Mayer vs. Georgia, 1973 Peach Bowl 

Opponent's Field Goals 

2 (24, 52 yards), Fuad Reveiz, Tennessee, 1984 Sun Bowl 

2 (36, 29 yards), Chris 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), Danyl 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 



TERRAPIN FOOTBALL 



199 



Ranked Terps 




1949 



1. Notre Dame 

2. Oklahoma 

3. California 

4. Army 

5. Rice 

6. Ohio State 

7. Michigan 

8. Minnesota 

9. Louisiana State 

10. Pacific 

11. Kentucky 

12. Cornell 

13. Villanova 

14. MARYLAND 

15. Santa Clara 

16. North Carolina 

17. Tennessee 

18. Princeton 

19. Michigan State 

20. Missouri 
Baylor 



1951 



1. Tennessee 

2. Michigan State 

3. MARYLAND 

4. Illinois 

5. Georgia Tech 

6. Princeton 

7. Stanford 

8. Wisconsin 

9. Baylor 

10. Oklahoma 

11. Texas Christian 

12. California 

13. Virginia 

14. San Francisco 

15. Kentucky 

16. Boston University 

17. UCLA 

18. Washington State 

19. Holy Cross 

20. Clemson 



1952 



1. Michigan State 

2. Georgia Tech 

3. Notre Dame 

4. Oklahoma 

5. USC 

6. UCLA 

7. Mississippi 

8. Tennessee 

9. Alabama 

10. Texas 

11. Wisconsin 

12. Tulsa 

13. MARYLAND 

14. Syracuse 

15. Florida 

16. Duke 

17. Ohio State 

18. Purdue 

19. Princeton 

20. Kentucky 

1953 

1. MARYLAND 

2. Notre Dame 

3. Michigan 

4. Oklahoma 

5. UCLA 

6. Rice 

7. Illinois 



8. Georgia Tech 

9. Iowa 

10. West Virginia 

11. Texas 

12. Texas Tech 

13. Alabama 

14. Army 

15. Wisconsin 

16. Kentucky 

17. Auburn 

18. Duke 

19. Stanford 

20. Michigan 

1954 



Ohio State 

UCLA 

Oklahoma 

Notre Dame 

Navy 

Mississippi 

Army 

MARYLAND 

Wisconsin 

Arkansas 

Miami (Fla.) 

West Virginia 

Auburn 

Duke 

Michigan 

Virginia Tech 

USC 

Baylor 

Rice 

Penn State 



1955 



Oklahoma 



2. Michigan State 

3. MARYLAND 

4. UCLA 

5. Ohio State 

6. Texas Christian 

7. Georgia Tech 

8. Auburn 

9. Notre Dame 

10. Mississippi 

11. Pittsburgh 

12. Michigan 

13. USC 

14. Miami (Fla.) 

15. Miami (Ohio) 

16. Stanford 

17. Texas A&M 

18. Navy 

19. West Virginia 

20. Army 

1973 

1. Notre Dame 

2. Ohio State 

3. Oklahoma 

4. Alabama 

5. Penn State 

6. Michigan 

7. Nebraska 

8. USC 

9. Arizona State 
Houston 

11. Texas Tech 

12. UCLA 

13. Louisiana State 

14. Texas 

15. Miami (Ohio) 

16. N.C. State 



17. Missouri 

18. Kansas 

19. Tennessee 

20. MARYLAND 

Tulane 

1974 

1. Oklahoma 

2. USC 

3. Michigan 

4. Ohio State 

5. Alabama 

6. Notre Dame 

7. Penn State 

8. Auburn 

9. Nebraska 

10. Miami (Ohio) 

11. N.C. State 

12. Michigan State 

13. MARYLAND 

14. Baylor 

15. Florida 

16. Texas A&M 

17. Mississippi State 
Texas 

19. Houston 

20. Tennessee 

1975 

1. Oklahoma 

2. Arizona State 

3. Alabama 

4. Ohio State 

5. UCLA 

6. Texas 

7. Arkansas 

8. Michigan 

9. Nebraska 

10. Penn State 

11. Texas A&M 

12. Miami (Ohio) 

13. MARYLAND 

14. California 

15. Pittsburgh 

16. Colorado 

17. USC 

18. Arizona 

19. Georgia 

20. West Virginia 

1976 

1. Pittsburgh 

2. USC 

3. Michigan 

4. Houston 

5. Oklahoma 

6. Ohio State 

7. Texas A&M 

8. MARYLAND 

9. Nebraska 

10. Georgia 

11. Alabama 

12. Notre Dame 

13. Texas Tech 

14. Oklahoma State 

15. UCLA 

16. Colorado 

17. Rutgers 

18. Kentucky 
19 Iowa State 

20. Mississippi State 



1978 



1. Alabama 

2. USC 

3. Oklahoma 

4. Penn State 

5. Michigan 

6. Clemson 

7. Notre Dame 

8. Nebraska 

9. Texas 

10. Houston 

11. Arkansas 

12. Michigan State 

13. Purdue 

14. UCLA 

15. Missouri 

16. Georgia 

17. Stanford 

18. N.C. State 

19. Texas A&M 

20. MARYLAND 



1982 



Penn State 



Southern 
Methodist 

3. Nebraska 

4. Georgia 

5. UCLA 

6. Arizona State 

7. Washington 

Clemson 

Arkansas 

10. Pittsburgh 

11. Louisiana State 

12. Ohio State 

13. Florida State 

14. Auburn 

15. USC 

16. Oklahoma 

17. Texas 

18. North Carolina 

19. West Virginia 

20. MARYLAND 

1984 

1 



Brigham Young 

Washington 

Florida 

Nebraska 

Boston College 

Oklahoma 

Oklahoma State 

Southern 

Methodist 

9. UCLA 

10. USC 

11. South Carolina 

12. MARYLAND 

13. Ohio State 

14. Auburn 

15. Louisiana State 

16. Iowa 

17. Florida State 

18. Miami (Fla.) 

19. Kentucky 

20. Virginia 



1985 



Oklahoma 
Michigan 
Penn State 
Tennessee 
Florida 
Texas A&M 
UCLA 
Air Force 
Miami (Fla.) 



10. Iowa 



USA TODAY/ 

CNN 



1982 



1. Penn State 

2. Southern 
Methodist 

3. Nebraska 

4. Georgia 

5. UCLA 

6. Arizona State 

7. Pittsburgh 

8. Arkansas 

9. Clemson 

10. Washington 

11. Louisiana State 

12. Florida State 

13. Ohio State 

14. USC 

15. Oklahoma 

16. Auburn 

17. West Virginia 

18. MARYLAND 

19. North Carolina 

20. Texas 

21. Michigan 

22. Alabama 

23. Tulsa 

24. Iowa 

25. Florida 



1983 



Miami (Fla/ 



Auburn 
Nebraska 
Georgia 
Texas 

Brigham Young 
Michigan 
Ohio State 
Florida 

10. Clemson 

11. Illinois 

12. Southern 
Methodist 

13. Alabama 

14. Air Force 

15. West Virginia 

16. Iowa 

17. Tennessee 

18. UCLA 

19 Pittsburgh 

20. Penn State 

21. Oklahoma 

22. Boston College 

23. Oklahoma State 

24. MARYLAND 

25. East Carolina 



11. Nebraska 

12. Arkansas 

13. Alabama 

14. Ohio State 

15. Florida State 

16. Brigham Young 

17. Baylor 

18. MARYLAND 

19. Georgia Tech 

20. Louisiana State 



1984 



1. Brigham Young 

2. Washington 

3. Florida 

4. Nebraska 

5. Oklahoma 

6. Boston College 

7. Oklahoma State 

8. Southern 
Methodist 

9. MARYLAND 

10. South Carolina 

11. USC 

12. UCLA 

13. Louisiana State 

14. Ohio State 

15. Auburn 

16. Miami (Fla.) 

17. Florida State 

18. Virginia 

19. Kentucky 

20. Iowa 

21. West Virginia 

22. Army 
23 Georgia 

24. Air Force 

25. Notre Dame 



1985 



1. Oklahoma 

2. Penn State 

3. Michigan 

4. Tennessee 

5. Florida 

6. Miami (Fla.) 

7. Air Force 

8. Texas A&M 

9. UCLA 

10. Iowa 

11. Nebraska 

12. Alabama 

13. Ohio State 

14. Florida State 

15. Arkansas 

16. Brigham Young 

17. MARYLAND 

18. Georgia Tech 

19. Baylor 

20. Auburn 

21. Louisiana State 

22. Army 

23 Fresno State 

24. Georgia 

25. Oklahoma State 



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The Campus 



The University of Maryland, 
College Park, is the most 
comprehensive institution of 
higher education, research and 
service in the state. The uni- 
versity offers 98 undergraduate 
majors, 87 master's programs 
and 68 doctoral programs in 
13 colleges and schools. 

The university is one of only 
30 public research universities 
that are members of the 
prestigious 58-member 
Association of American 
Universities and the only 
public institution in the 
Maryland-D.C. area with a 
membership in the nation's 
most distinguished honor 
society, Phi Beta Kappa. It is 
classified as a Research- 1 
university by the Carnagie 
Foundation by virtue of the 
range of its baccalaureate 
programs, the amount of 
federal support received and 
the number of doctoral degrees 
awarded each year, sharing 
that honor with the top 
research universities in the 
country. 



Among the public 
universities in the Association 
of American Universities, 
College Park ranks among the 
top percentage of African- 
American undergraduate 
students. In addition, the 
university has the largest 
number of African-Americans 
and other minority members 
among its peers. 



History 



The University of Maryland 
was founded in 1807 in 
Baltimore as a faculty-owned 
College of Medicine. The 
medical school was considered 
one of the top schools in the 
country, attracting notable 
professors and lecturers from 
throughout the world. In its 
beginning, tuition cost $140, 
grades were sent home weekly 
to parents and students could 
obtain room and board for 
$300 annually. 

Five years later, the growing 
institution was renamed the 
University of Maryland. 
Despite the name, the 
university was not considered 



a state institution as it was 
still owned and operated by 
the faculty. Baltimore College 
of Dental Surgery, the first 
dental school in America, 
became part of the university 
in 1840, awarding the first 
Doctor of Dental Surgery 
(D.D.S) degree in 1841. 

In 1859, the Maryland 
Agricultural College, which 
would evolve into the 
University of Maryland, College 
Park, was opened under a 
charter secured by a group of 
Maryland planters in 1856. In 
addition to spending one hour 
each day hoeing or plowing on 
the college farm, students 
took a broad range of courses 
in ancient and modern 
languages, natural sciences, 
English and mathematics. 
After a disastrous fire on 
campus in 1912, the state 
acquired the college and 
rebuilt it. 

In 1920, the state 
legislature combined the 
College Park institution with 
the professional schools in 
Baltimore to form an expanded 



University of Maryland. The 
entity eventually grew to 
include campuses in Baltimore 
County, on the Eastern Shore 
and the worldwide University 
College, a continuing 
education institution. 

The following decades saw 
the increasing growth of 
student population, excellence 
in programs and curricula and 
the burgeoning of the 
University of Maryland, College 
Park, into a nationally 
recognized research 
institution. 

July 1, 1988, marked the 
dawn of a new era in higher 
education the state of 
Maryland, as the five 
components of the university 
were merged with six other 
state universities and colleges 
to form the University of 
Maryland System and College 
Park secured its flagship status 
with a mandate to become one 
of the pre-eminent research 
universities in the nation. 

Research 

The unique role of American 
research universities in 
advancing science and 
technology has kept the 
United States in the forefront 
of innovation and product 
development. Research dollars 
from federal and state 
agencies, corporations and 
foundations fuel much of the 
basic and applied research 
activity of the University of 
Maryland College Park's faculty 
and graduate students. 

The university has unique 
facilities, research centers and 
institutes that attract new 
research projects and funding, 
as well as provide expanded 
knowledge in business, science 
and technology. The A. James 
Clark School of Engineering 
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Wind Tunnel— the most 
advanced aerodynamic testing 
facility of its kind on any 
university campus - and the 
Natural Buoyancy Facility, 
which simulates 
weightlessness for space 
research, the only such facility 
on a university campus. Other 
specialized facilities include: 
Computer Vision Laboratory; 
Bioprocess-Scale up 
Laboratory; Laboratory for Ion 
Beam Research and 
Application; Superconductivity 
Research Center, Laboratory for 
Plasma and Fusion Studies; 
Psycholonguistics Laboratory; 
Computer-Assisted 
Cartographic Laboratories; 
Developmental Psychology 
Laboratory and the Center on 
Aging. 

Service 

Programs of public service 
are central to the overall 
mission of the university. The 
philosophy is reflected in the 
wide array of programs and 
initiatives that benefit the 
state's business, agriculture 
and education communities. 

With more than 90 high 
technology firms in the three- 
county area of Montgomery, 
Prince Geroge's and Frederick 
counties, the university has 
found abundant opportunity 
to extend its business and 
technology outreach programs 
to the region. Many of these 
programs are part of the 
Engineering Research Center, 
which operates the Technology 
Advancement Program and the 
Maryland Industrial 
Partnerships, all programs 
designed to provide Maryland 
entrepreneurs and small 
businesses with research 
facilities, technical assistance, 
administrative support and 
access to technology that will 



advance their economic base. 

The Institute for Systems 
Research has formed 
partnerships with major 
corporations, including 
Lockheed Martin, 
Westinghouse, BF Goodrich, 
Hughes Aircraft and Dupont to 
apply advanced systems 
research to solving industry 
problems in the fields of 
communications, 
manufacturing, controls and 
robotics. 

The University of Maryland 
features a diversity of cultural 
and recreational activities. 
Four art galleries, more than 
200 annual musical 
performances and countless 
dance and theater 
productions, expose audiences 
to the broadest range of 
programs in the arts. And 
intercollegiate, club and 
intramural sports provide 
students of all levels an 
opportunity to participate as 
spectators or athletes. 

The Libraries 

The seven libraries at the 
university constitute the 
largest university research 
library institution in the 
Washington Metropolitan area, 
providing vital resources to 
researchers, visiting scholars, 
and businesses throughout the 
region. The libraries' holdings 
include more than 2.5 million 



volumes, 24,000 subscriptions 
to periodicals and nearly 5 
million items available in 
microfilm format. University 
libraries also offer several 
nationally and internationally 
recognized special collections 
such as the International 
Piano Archives at Maryland, 
the National Trust for Historic 
Preservation and the National 
Public Broadcasting Archives. 

The Alumni 

Graduates of the university 
go on to distinguished careers 
in many fields. Chosen from 
thousands of qualified alumni, 
an inaugural group was 
inducted into the University of 
Maryland Alumni Association 
Hall of Fame in 1995. They 
included 21 outstanding 
individuals who have brought 
and continue to bring, great 
honor to their alma mater. 
Their achievements are as 
varied as their lives, but they 
all have one thing in common: 
a degree from the University 
of Maryland, College Park. 

History of College 
Park 

Just after the American 
Revolution, the state of 
Maryland established its first 
two colleges at Chestertown 
and Annapolis. By the 1850s, 
at least 30 little colleges had 



sprung-up over the state, 
many with state support, but 
many of them disappearing 
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 
established by Charles 
Benedict Calvert, a wealthy 
planter from nearby 
Riversdale— now Riverdale— 
and later a congressman. 
Calvert built a handsome 
Gothic dormitory-classroom 
structure located in a grove of 
trees near the present Morrill 
Hall, and he divided the land 
down to 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 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 




Hornbake Library serves the needs of the undergraduate student body. Both Hombake and McKeldin libraries are around the center 
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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 public image to 
one of high academic 
integrity. In the 1970s and 
1980s the University's 



graduate and research 
programs flourished. In 1988 
the General Assembly of 
Maryland combined six state 
colleges with the five 
campuses of the University of 
Maryland, and specifically 
charged College Park with the 
role of leadership in the 
revamped system. 

University Traditions 

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 classification for 
turtle (testudines). Or the top 
turtle could be named after 
testudo gigantia, a species 
native to the African nation of 
Seychelles and one of its 
remote islands, Aldabra. Or the 
name could have come from a 
dictionary definition that says 
the word, testudo, was derived 
from the Latin and meant a 
shelter held over the head of 
Roman soldiers — like a 
tortoise shell. These 
explanations are a long way 
from the Chesapeake Bay 
where the Diamondback lives. 

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

Dr. H.C. Byrd, a football 
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 skirmishes 
with this brand of snapping 
turtle, indigenous to the Bay. 
The school paper was in fact 
already called The 
Diamondback, and when the 
Class of 1933 stepped forward 
with the idea of giving the 
University a permanent 
bronzed version as its 
graduation gift, Testudo's 
family was in to stay. 

Maryland had been referring 
to itself as Old Liners, yet 
another name whose 
derivation no one seems sure 
of. Historians are in a 
scrimmage over whether the 
nickname is a reference to a 
Revolutionary War Troop of 
Maryland soldiers who 
distinguished themselves on 
the field of battle, or they feel 
it could refer to a squabble 
with Pennsylvanians over just 
where the border between the 
two states should be. 

The Class of '33 raised 
money for casting a 
Diamondback by holding its 
Senior Prom on 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, donated 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 headline writing ease 
when it wasn't trying to cram 
Old Liner into a single column 
head. The name was in place; 
now came the stuff of legend. 

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 
obliged, and soon after 
Testudo was hidden in the 
campus carpentry shop where 
he was less inspirational, but a 
whole lot safer. 

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University Highlights 

Forty-four percent of this 
year's freshman class has a 
high school grade point 
average of 3.5 or above. 

ARCO's book, Ivy League 
Programs at State School 
Prices, rated the University 
Honors program among the 
nine best in the nation. 

US News and World Report 
rated Maryland's business 
and engineering programs 
in the top 25 among all 
public and private 
institutions. 

Last year, faculty 
researchers at College Park 
were awarded almost $150 
million in competitively 
funded research programs 
and development awards, an 
increase of 83 percent since 
1988. 

No other university in the 
mid-Atlantic region has 
more top-20 graduate 
programs in computer, 
mathematical, physical 
sciences and engineering 
disciptines than College 
Park, according to a recent 
analysis by the National 
Research Council. 



and in 1951 Testudo, sans 
coats of rivals' paint, took his 
perch in front of the Byrd 
Stadium football team house. 
He had beaten back all who 
would wrong him, and to make 
sure he would not travel 
again, he was fed 700 pounds 
of cement and had his body 
attached to a new pedestal by 
long steel rods. 

With his permanent nesting 
came success for Maryland. 
Acting as guardian to waves of 
Terp competitors, the national 
football championship came, 
as did several ACC titles in the 
1950s. His popularity among 
the students might have been 
the undoing of success, 
however. When McKeldin 
Library was constructed in the 
middle of campus, the student 
body demanded Testudo's full- 
time presence in the center of 
day-to-day activities. Testudo 
had gone far beyond being just 
a symbol for athletics. He was 
a campus symbol. Students 
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 ACC 
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 
congregates around the bronze 
Terrapin, and then all touch 
his nose for good luck. In 



1995, Testudo was again 
duplicated as a bronze 
Terrapin statue was placed in 
Cole Field House as part of the 
lobby refurbishment. 

Joel Meisner Co. of 
Farmingdale, N.Y., created 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 easily 
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. 
Fifty-nine years ago, the 
Diamondback Turtle Gorham 
used as a model for the shelled 
wonder had a ribbon attached 
to it at the dedication. The 
ribbon was tied to the canvas 
covering the statue. The 
Diamondback moved forward, 
and revealed the splendor of 
his larger, bronzed brother. 
But no one rushed the smaller 
Diamondback in his duties. All 
in attendance were true 
believers who knew what many 
unfaithful have discovered 
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President William E. Kirwan 




After 25 years of service 
as a professor and 
administrator at the University 
of Maryland at College Park 
and following a national 
search, Dr. William English 
Kirwan was appointed presi- 
dent of the university on 
February 1, 1989. He served as 
acting president of the univer- 
sity from August 1, 1988, until 
the time of his appointment as 
president. 

Dr. Kirwan joined the 
university in 1964 as an 
assistant professor of 
mathematics. He rose through 
the faculty ranks as associate 
professor (1968-1972), 
professor (1972-present), and 
chair of the Department of 
Mathematics (1977-1981). 

In 1981, he was appointed 
vice chancellor for academic 
affairs, College Park's chief 
academic post. As vice 
chancellor, Dr. Kirwan raised 
admission standards, increased 
the number of merit 

scholarships and graduate fellowships, and 
established an academic planning process. 

During his tenure as president of the 
university, Dr. Kirwan has played a pivotal 
role in all of the university's most significant 
initiatives, including: an increased emphasis 
on undergraduate education; selective 
enhancement of academic programs; 
recruitment and retention of distinguished 
faculty; achievement of diversity goals for 
underrepresented minorities; and the 
successful completion of the university's first 
capital campaign. 

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 
community. Under his leadership, the 
university undertook a major restructuring 
of its academic organization, going from a 
divisional system 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 a streamlining of the 
university's academic offerings through the 
elimination of a college, seven departments, 





Dr. Charles Wellford is the faculty 
representative to the ACC, and chair 
of the University Athletic Council. Dr. 
Wellford is the former chair of the 
Criminal Justice Department on 
campus, which is the highest rated 
among U.S. schools. 



and 32 degree programs. 

Dr. Kirwan is a member of various 
honorary and professional societies, 
including Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Kappa Phi, 
the American Mathematical Society, and the 
Mathematical Association of America. He is 
the co-editor of the book 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. He 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 
colleges and universities during the next 
decade, and he was a charter member of 
NRC's Committee on Undergraduate Science 
Education. 

Dr. Kirwan is a member of numerous 
boards, including the Presidents Council of 
the Ford Foundation, the Board of Directors 
of the American Association of Colleges and 
Universities, the Council for International 
Exchange of Scholars (the Fullbright 
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the Baltimore Council of Foreign Affairs, the Greater Washington 
Board of Trade, and the Suburban Maryland High Tech Council. 
He was recently elected to the Board of Directors of the National 
Association of State Universities and Land-Grant Colleges 
(NASULGC), and to the Presidents Commission of the National 
Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA). He also is past chair of 
the NASULGC's Commission on Oceans and Atmosphere. 

Among other volunteer activities in the community, Dr. Kirwan 
chairs the Prince George's County Board of Education's Citizens 
Advisory Committee, and chaired the County's 1996 United Way 
Campaign. He also serves on the Board of Directors of the 
Maryland Citizens for the Arts. 

Because of his contributions to higher education, he was 
named Officer in the Order of Leopold II by the Belgium 
Government and elected to the University of Kentucky's Hall of 
Distinguished Alumni. He recently received the World Trade 
Center Institute's prestigious Governor's Award as the State's 
International Leader of the Year. 

Noted for his enormous energy and long work days, Dr. Kirwan 
regularly finds time 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 children: a son, William E. Kirwan III, 
a Washington architect who earned his baccalaureate and 
master's degrees from the university, and a daughter, Ann 
Elizabeth, who also graduated from the university with a degree 
in journalism. 




Dr. Donald Langenberg 

Chancellor 

University of Maryland System 



Board of Regents 

Mr. Lance Billingsley, Esq. 

Chairman of the 
Executive Board 
Prince George's County 

The Honorable Mary Arabian 

Baltimore City 

Mr. Richard 0. Berndt 

Baltimore City 

The Honorable Benjamin L. 
Brown 

Baltimore City 

Mr. Earle Palmer Brown 

Montgomery County 

Mr. Nathan A. Chapman, Jr. 

Baltimore City 

Mr. Charles W. Cole, Jr. 

Baltimore County 

Mr. Edwin S. Crawford 

Baltimore City 

Thomas B. Finan, Jr. 

Alleghany County 

Michael C. Gelman 

Montgomery County 

Rajiv "Raj" Goel 

Baltimore City 

Louise Michaux Gonzales 

Baltimore City 

Dr. Wendell M. Holloway 

Montgomery County 

The Honorable Harry R. 
Hughes 

Baltimore City 

Lillian Hobson Lincoln 

Prince George's County 

Mr. Lewis R. Riley, ex officio 

Anne Arundel County 



University of 
Maryland 

Dr. Donald N. Langenberg 

Chancellor 

Dr. George L. Marx 

Vice Chancellor for Academic 
Affairs 

John K. Martin 

Vice Chancellor for 
Advancement 

Joseph Vievona 

Vice Chancellor for 
Administration and Finance 

University of 

Maryland 

Administration 

Dr. William E. Kirwan 

President 

Dr. Marie Davidson 

Executive Assistant to the 
President 

J. Terrence Roach 

Executive Assistant to the 
President 

Dr. Gregory L. Geoffrey 

Vice-President for Academic 
Affairs, Provost 

Dr. Charles F. Sturtz 

Vice President for 
Administrative Affairs 

Reid Crawford 

Vice President for 
University Advancement 

Dr. William L. Thomas, Jr. 

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Deborah A. Yow, Athletic Director 




Deborah A. Yow has led 
Terrapin athletics back to bal- 
anced budgets, to a high level of 
productivity, and to a vigorous 
commitment to excellence 
throughout its operations. 

When she was appointed as 
Maryland Director of Athletics in 
1994, Deborah Yow began 
immediately to set higher 
standards of administrative 
efficiency, more effective budget 
controls, better customer service 
and old-fashioned hard work. She 
challenged the Terrapin Athletic 
Department to, "...raise our sights 
and sharpen our tools. ..to work 
hard and work smart... to 
recognize that our only 
limitations are those which we 
place upon ourselves." 

Yow launched a tenacious drive 
towards five strategic goals for 
Terrapin Athletics: 

1) Generate significantly higher 
revenues through increased 
corporate sponsorship, aggressive 
marketing and more effective 
fundraising. 

2) Boost the graduation rate of 
Terrapin student-athletes to well 
above that of the general student 
population of the University, and 
careful compliance with ACC and 
NCAA rules. 

3) Raise the level of competitive 
achievement nationally and in 
the Atlantic Coast Conference. 

4) Develop a streamlined, highly 
effective athletics organization. 

5) Provide outstanding customer 
service. 

In the three years since that 
time, the Maryland Athletic 
Department has clearly responded 
and has taken the following 
significant strides: 
► Has balanced all three of its 
budgets (first Terrapin balanced 
budgets in 10 years — 1984- 
1994). 

^ Increased graduation rates for 
student-athletes to almost 70%, 
above that of the general student 
population. 
^ After a four year drought in 




which Maryland did not win a 
single ACC tournament 
championship in any sport, in 
1996-97 the Terrapins won an 
impressive FOUR (4) ACC 
tournament championships (in 
Men's Soccer, Volleyball, Women's 
Lacrosse and Softball). 

In 1996-97 the Terps sent a 
remarkable 1 1 of its 24 sports 
teams to NCAA/postseason 
tournaments - the most in 
Terrapin athletics history in one 
season (Men's Basketball, Women's 
Basketball, Volleyball, Men's 
Soccer, Women's Soccer, Field 
Hockey, Wrestling, Women's 
Lacrosse, Men's Lacrosse, 
Gymnastics and Softball). The 
Women's Lacrosse team won the 
NCAA National Championship for 
the third consecutive season. 
Also, individual Terrapin athletes 
qualified for NCAA tournament 
competition in Men's Swimming 
and Cross Country — giving the 
Terps an enviable team and 
individual participation in 13 
NCAA/postseason championship 




Hired in 1994 by President William E. Kirwan, Athletic Director Deborah A. Yow received a contract extension through the 
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tournaments in 1996-97. This is a record which is not frequently 

achieved among the 306 NCAA Division I athletic programs in the 

United States. 

^ Has engineered the department from a debt-ridden, 

underachieving organization to a responsive and financially 

sound model — with a clear vision and a drive toward national 

prominence. 

^ Increased membership in the Terrapin Club has increased and 

department revenues from all sources have increased 

significantly. 

^ Marked improvement in employee production and 

improvement. 

^ Formed an employee "Committee on Quality in the Workplace" 

— to recommend initiatives to improve working conditions and 

to design programs to recognize the value of our athletics 

employees. 

► Accelerated the push to improve facilities throughout 

athletics. 

Across all sports, our Terps gained a prestigious national 
ranking in the upper 10% of all NCAA Division I athletics 
programs during 1996-97 — the highest ever in this 
comprehensive national ranking (at the end of the Fall sports 
season of seven men's and women's teams, Maryland was ranked 
No. 3 nationally). 

The thorough and rigorous NCAA Certification Review of 
University of Maryland athletics rated the department with a 
strong approval rating, citing the strength of leadership, fiscal 
management and the soundness of its Title IX plan, among its 
numerous strengths. 

The past three years have been a period of notable 
improvement and strengthening for Maryland athletics. The 
Terrapin ship still faces strong headwinds, but is no longer 
battered by the storm of insolvency and indirection. Indeed, over 
the past three years the $6.8 million accumulated debt (prior to 
1994) has been reduced to $4.9 million, and the $41 million 
facilities debt has been stricken to $34 million. In the ACC and 
across the nation, the Maryland athletic program is seen as 
strong and highly competitive. The ship is now on course and is 
steadily picking up speed. 

Recently, Yow shared the following observations with the 
Council of Deans at the University of Maryland: "We run a tight 
ship in Maryland athletics. We are fully committed to balanced 
budgets, high academic achievement, competitive excellence and 
outstanding customer service. We will not accept less of 
ourselves. We are focused on becoming one of the top 10 athletic 
programs in the nation every year. That is our vision and our 
uncompromising goal." 

In that presentation, Yow concluded by saying, "We have the 
finest coaches, support staff and administrative team in America. 
It is because of their courage, hard work and cooperation that we 
now have a strong, viable athletic program. I am immensely proud 
of each of them. I am equally proud of our Terrapin fans who buy 
tickets and our Terrapin Club members who faithfully support the 
Maryland athletic program with their donations for scholarships. 
We have a great Terrapin family. That's the foundation for all our 
successes ... and the basis of our bright future." 




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Regarding the status of the Terrapin football program our 
Director of Athletics realistically points out: "The new coaching 
staff inherits a 5-6 team which lost over half of its starters on 
offense and defense. That includes two of our best defensive 
lineman, our best linebacker and the entire defensive backfield, 
along with a number of key offensive players. Clearly, they have 
their work cut out for them in rebuilding this football program. 
But this group of coaches (who have been to over 40 bowls and 
three Super Bowls among them) will get this job done with 
integrity, intelligence, experience and skill. In time, Byrd 
Stadium will be consistently sold out, and we will be back in 
postseason bowls. The train is about to leave the station. 
Terrapin fans need to get their season tickets while they are still 
available - and get on board." 

Yow, who is a member of the NCAA Management Council and 
other prestigious national committees and groups, is a leader in 
collegiate athletics today. With this goal-oriented, proactive 
professional leading Terrapin athletics, the University of Maryland 
clearly has one of America's more capable and respected athletic 
directors. 



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Danita DeHaney 

Senior Associate Athletic 

Director 

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. She oversees the 
supervision of 22 varsity sports, 
and 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's 
equity officer. 

A cheerleader as a 
undergraduate, she was elected as 
the captain of the squad her 
senior season. She earned her 
Bachelor's Degree from the College 
of Business and Management, with 
a concentration in personnel and 
labor relations, in 1981. 

For 11 years prior to her 
appointment at Maryland in June, 
1995, she worked for Learning 
International of Stamford, Conn., 
as a senior executive designing, 
implementing and selling to 
America's leading corporations 
training systems to improve 
organizational performance. 




Jamie Pollard 

Associate Athletic Director 

for Administration 

Jamie Pollard serves as the 
chief financial officer for the 
Department of Athletics and is a 
Certified Public Accountant. He is 
responsible for overseeing the 
business and facility operations of 
the department. In addition, he 
supervises nine intercollegiate 
sports (baseball, wrestling, golf, 
cross country, and men's and 
women's indoor and outdoor 
track). 

Pollard received his Bachelor's 
Degree in Accounting from the 
University of Wisconsin at Oskosh 
and immediately went to work as 
a staff accountant at Arthur 
Andersen & Co. in Milwaukee. 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 won the 
1987 NCAA 5,000 meter 
championship and earning NCAA 
All-America status. 

Jamie and his wife, Ellen, have 
one child, Thomas. 




R.D. Helt 

Associate Athletic Director 

R.D. Helt was appointed 
Associate Director of Athletics for 
External Operations in May of 
1996 after serving as Assistant 
Director of Athletics for Marketing 
and Promotions during the 1995- 
96 academic year. Under Helt's 
direction, Maryland led the nation 
in average per game attendance 
increase for football during the 
1995 season and the marketing 
staff achieved the highest totals 
for corporate sponsors in 
Maryland history. Helt was the 
Executive Director of the 1997 
NCAA Men's Lacrosse 
Championship which set two 
attendance records. In this 
poistion, Helt oversees the 
marketing, ticket and 
development areas. 

Helt began his career at 
Maryland as the football 
administrative assistant in 1994. 
Previously, he had performed 
marketing and promotions duties 
at both Ohio State and Kent State 
after graduating from Missouri 
Western State College in 1985 and 
earning a Master's Degree in 
sports administration from Ohio 
State in 1987. From 1988 to 
1994, Helt was the recruiting 
coordinator for football at the 
University of Kansas, playing a 
role in the emergence of the 
Jayhawks. 

Helt and his wife, Nikki, have 
one son, Christopher. 




Patricia Nicol 
Assistant Athletic 
Director/Senior Women's 
Administrator 

Patricia Nicol's outstanding 
competitive record, as an 
administrator and a student- 
athlete, brought her to Maryland 
as Assistant Athletic Director for 
Seven Sports, and Senior Women's 
Administrator. Nicol came to 
Maryland after a successful tenure 
as Associate Athletic Director and 
SWA at Providence College from 
1990-96. 

Nicol now has the responsibility 
of overseeing 13 of the most 
successful sports at Maryland. She 
is in charge of the nationally 
ranked women's lacrosse, soccer, 
volleyball and field hockey teams, 
the nationally ranked men's 
lacrosse team and men's soccer 
teams and the nationally 
recognized women's basketball, 
gymnastics and women's Softball 
teams. In addition, she oversees 
the men's and women's tennis and 
swimming programs. 

She was an outstanding track 
and field performer as an 
undergraduate at the University of 
Rhode Island. She earned both her 
Bachelor's and Master's degree 
from the university and was 
admitted to the schools athletic 
Hall of Fame in 1990. She served 
as the head cross country and 
women's track and field coach at 
West Virginia University from 
1983-1984. 

Nicol is a native of Providence, 
R.I., and has two children, 
Christine, 13, and Michael, 11. 



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Rob Mullens 

Assistant Athletic Director 

for Business 

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 for 
Administration in the overall 
financial administration of the 
athletics department. 

He graduated cum laude in 
1991 from West Virginia with a 
degree in business administration. 
He later earned a Master's Degree 
in Sports Management at WVU in 
1993. He came to Maryland 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 (1991-92) and served as a 
student assistant in the Sports 
Communications office at West 
Virginia (1989-91). He served as a 
graduate assistant to the 
Assistant Athletic Director for 
Business at West Virginia (1992- 
93) and was an intern for the 
Senior Associate Director of 
Athletics at Kentucky (1993). 




Curt Callahan 
Assistant Director of 
Athletic for Operations 
and Facilities 

Curt Callahan was promoted to 
Assistant Director of Athletics for 
Facilities in 1997. In addition to 
his senior level position within 
the department, he is also an 
assistant coach for the Terps' 
nationally prominent wrestling 
program. 

During the 1997 academic year 
Callahan worked on a day-to-day 
basis with all of the athletic 
department facilities and helped 
coach the wrestling team to a 
29th place finish at the NCAA 
Tournament. 

As the Director of Operations 
and Facilities, Callahan has helped 
oversee the last five NCAA 
Lacrosse Tournaments which have 
been held in College Park. In 
addition, he has overseen the 
immense facility growth within 
athletics. He has worked directly 
with the building of the football 
team house and the addition of 
the upper deck in the football 
stadium and the completion of 
the track and field facility. 

Callahan came to Maryland in 
1966 from Pittsburgh, Pa. He was 
the Pennsylvania State runner-up 
at the 138-pound weight class as 
a senior. He continued his career 
at Maryland where he won two 
Atlantic Coast Conference 
individual championships and was 
a member of four ACC team 
champions. 





Neil Brooks 
Assistant Athletic 
Director for Compliance 

Neil Brooks is in his first year 
as Assistant Athletics Director for 
Compliance having been named to 
the position in June of 1997. He 
is responsible for developing and 
implementing the operating 
procedures pertaining to NCAA 
and ACC rules compliance for the 
department. 

Brooks comes to Maryland after 
having worked in various student 
services capacities at the 
University of Miami since 1994. 
Most recently, he served as 
Assistant Athletics 
Director/Director of Student 
Services. He directed the 
Academic Support Services Center 
for 390 student-athletes, a 
position which included the 
coordination of initial and 
continuing eligibility certification, 
student-athlete housing and the 
awarding and monitoring of 
athletic scholarships and financial 
aid. 

Prior to being named Assistant 
Athletics Director at Miami, 
Brooks served the university as its 
Director of Athletic Services and 
Coordinator of Student Services. 
He has also worked at Arkansas 
State University, Rice University 
and the University of Texas in the 
area of student services. 

Brooks earned his Bachelor of 
Science Degree in business 
administration from Miami 
University of Ohio in 1987 and his 
Master of Arts in Sports 
Administration from St. Thomas 
University in 1991. 




Neal Eskin 
Assistant Athletic 
Director for Marketing 
and Promotions 

Neal Eskin, a University of 
Maryland alumnus and former 
manager for the men's basketball 
team, serves as Assistant Athletics 
Director for Marketing and 
Promotions. 

Eskin directs all marketing 
activities related to ticket sales, 
including the development of 
marketing plans and coordination 
of all sales materials. He is 
responsible for corporate 
sponsorships and coordinates 
several aspects of game 
management for basketball and 
football including all promotional 
activities. 

In the sport of men's 
basketball, Eskin directed a 20 
percent increase in attendance 
from 1991-93 and three sellout 
seasons from 1994-97. While 
directing the marketing efforts in 
football, he developed a 
marketing plan which resulted in 
the largest football attendance 
increase among all Division I-A 
schools from 1994 to 1995. In 
addition, he coordinated the 
marketing for the NCAA Men's 
Lacrosse Championships, which 
set various attendance records 
each year from 1993 to 1997. 

Eskin earned his Bachelors of 
Arts degree in 

radio/television/film in 1984. He 
has worked as the producer of the 
award-winning Gary Williams 
Television show. 

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Craig Brooks 
Terrapin Club Director 

Craig Brooks, who joined the 
Department of Athletics in July of 
1996, was named Director of the 
Terrapin Club in May of 1997. 
Brooks oversees the daily 
activities of the Terrapin Club, the 
department's booster club. The 
Terrapin Club raises scholarship 
monies for Terrapin student- 
athletes. 

Brooks began his career in 
athletics administration at Johns 
Hopkins University as its Director 
of Athletic Development in 1993. 
While there he created Blue Jays 
Unlimited — the athletic 
department's booster club. In 
addition, he oversaw the capital 
fundraising project for construc- 
tion of an athletic field house. 

Brooks, a native Baltimorian, 
graduated from Johns Hopkins 
University in 1986. He was a 
Third-Team All-America selection 
in 1986 as a standout 
thirdbaseman for the Blue Jays. 

Following his playing career, 
Brooks was an assistant coach at 
Johns Hopkins for five seasons. 
During that time, the program was 
a consistent national contender 
with the 1989 team finishing third 
in the College World Series. 

Brooks earned his Bachelors 
Degree in writing in 1986. He 
earned his master's degree in sport 
management from the United 
States Sports Academy in 1989. 

He is married to the former 
Amy Rauschenberger. They have 
two children, a son Tanner 3 and 
a daughter Logan, 1. 



Director's Office 

Deborah A. Yow, Director of Athletics 

Joyce Taylor, Executive Administrative Assistant 

(301) 314-7075 

Danita DeHaney, Senior Associate Director of Athletics 

Renee Mahaffey, Administrative Assistant 

314-8678 

Mark Roundtree, Assistant to the Director of Athletics 

Jamie Pollard, Associate Director of Athletics for 

Administration 

Lori Panko, Executive Administrative Assistant 

405-0572 

Patricia Nicol, Assistant Director of Athletics/Senior 

Women's Administrator 

314-6969 

Advancement 

R.D. Helt, Associate Director of Athletics for External Affairs 

Robin Chiddo, Administrative Assistant 

314-7073 

Greg Manning, Director of Major Gifts 

Dotti Warren, Administrative Assistant 

314-7014 

Cheryl Harrison, Assistant Director of Major Gifts 

405-0729 

David Diehl, Director of the M-Club 

314-5372 

Craig Brooks, Director of the Terrapin Club 

405-0735 

Julie Patterson, Assistant Director of the Terrapin Club 

314-7077 

Dana Delaney, Administrative Assistant 

314-7020 

Melissa Whisnant, Gift Processor 

314-7032 

Marketing 

Neal Eskin, Assistant Director of Athletics for Marketing 
Rich McGill, Assistant Director of Marketing 
314-7073 

Business Office 

Rob Mullens, Assistant Director of Athletics for Business 

Lisa Lepore, Personnel Coordinator 

Lisa Peterson, Business Manager 

Brian Hendricks, System Administrator 

Phyllis Wallace, Office Supervisor 

Karen White, Payroll 

314-7048 

Compliance and Certification 

Neil Brooks, Assistant Director of Athletics for Compliance 

Jane Pearson, Compliance Coordinator 

Kara Schmidt, Assistant Compliance Coordinator 

314-7081 



Equipment 

Ron Ohringer, Director 

Pat Gallagher, Assistant Director 

John Bowie, Assistant Director 

314-7331 

Grounds 

Bunk Carter, Head Groundskeeper 
Bill Reinhol, Assistant Grounds Keeper 
314-7383 

Operations and Facilities 

Curt Callahan, Assistant Director of Athletics for Operations 

and Facilities 

Gary Parker, Assistant Director 

Alex Postpischil, Assistant Director 

Patty Benfield, Administrative Assistant 

314-7126 

Sports Medicine 

Sandy Worth, Head Trainer 

J.J. Bush, Assistant Trainer 

Kevin McLaughlin, Assistant Trainer 

Bill Saylor, Assistant Trainer 

PhylUs Sanders, Assistant Trainer 

314-9905 

Strength and Conditioning 

Dwight Gait, Director 

Damian Stevens, Assistant Director 

Barry Kagan, Assistant Director 

Corliss White, Assistant Director 

314-9927 

Academic Support and Student Services 

Open, Assistant Director of Athletics for Academic Support 

and Career Development 

John Bowman, Assistant Director 

Heather Lowe, Assistant Director 

Don Pearman, Assistant Director 

Monique Gilliam, Assistant to the Assistant Director of 

Athletics 

314-9662 

Ticket Office 

Jack Zane, Director of Tickets Operations 
Wendy Brown, Ticket Manager 
Andrew Hartley, Assistant Ticket Manager 
Debbie Russell, Assistant Ticket Manager 
Eloise Jones, Assistant Ticket Manager 
314-7070 

Varsity Sports 

Linda Barbour, Adminstrative Assistant 
314-7003 



Sports Team Offices 

Baseball 

Tom Bradley, Coach, 314-7122 

Basketball (Men's) 

Gary Williams, Coach, 314-7029 

Basketball (Women's) 
Chris Welter, Coach, 314-8276 

Cross Country (Men's and Women's) 
Dan Rincon, Coach, 314-7457 

Field Hockey 

Missy Meharg, Coach, 314-3895 

Golf 

Tom Hanna, Coach, 403-4299 



Gymnastics 

Bob Nelligan, Coach, 314-7007 

Lacrosse (Men's) 

Dick Edell, Coach, 314-7114 

Lacrosse (Women's) 

Cindy Timchal, Coach, 314-4273 

Soccer (Men's) 

Sasho Cirovski, Coach, 314-4161 

Soccer (Women's) 

Alan Kirkup, Coach, 314-7034 

Softball 

Gina LaMandre, Coach, 405-0521 



Swimming and Diving 
(Men's and Women's) 
Jim Wenhold, Coach, 314-7030 

Tennis (Men's and Women's) 
Jim Laitta, Coach, 314-7131 

Track and Field (Men's and 
Women's) 

Bill Goodman, Coach, 314-7457 

Volleyball 

Janice Kruger, Coach, 314-7009 

Wrestling 

John McHugh, Coach, 314-7134 



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Terrapin Club 




The Terrapin Club. ..providing today's student-athletes with 
tomorrow's opportunities through scholarship support. 
The Terrapin Club provides athletic scholarships to over 400 of 
Maryland's student-athletes competing in 24 varsity sports. For 
many athletes, these scholarships are their only means of 
continuing their education; for others it is an opportunity to 
compete at the highest level of athletic competition in America's 
premier conference, the Atlantic Coast Conference. 

Last year the Terrapin Club raised $2.5 million through private 
gifts and the support of its generous members. In addition to 
helping provide athletic scholarships, members receive special 
benefits including priority ticket assignment, preferred parking 
for home athletic events, the official athletic newsletter and 
much more. 

If you would like to become a member of this elite group, 
contact the Terrapin Club Office at (301) 314-7020. Call Craig 
Brooks or Julie Patterson now to become a member of the 
Terrapin Club. Whether its $125 or $10,000 your gift can make a 
difference to the success of Terrapin Athletics, both on and off 
the field. 

Levels of Terrapin Club Annual Membership: 

Top Terp $10,000+ 

Coaches Club $5,000-$9,999 

Super Terp $2,000-$4,999 

Diamondback $1,200-51,999 

Gold $600-$l,199 

Silver 250 $250-$599 

Silver $125-$249 





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Major Gift Fundraisinq 




Maryland Educational Foundation 

The mission of the Maryland Educational Foundation (MEF) is 
to provide scholarship endowment funds in support of the 
University of Maryland Athletic Departments annual athletic 
scholarship expenses. The financial support generated by the MEF 
will allow Terrapin student-athletes to receive a quality education 
while remaining competitive in their respective sports. To accom- 
plish this, the MEF has established specific goals and objectives 
to achieve the fundraising intentions of the organization. 
The MEF has raised financial support for Maryland Athletics for 
over 50 years and is a major arm of the department's deferred 
gift-giving program. Donors to the MEF Endowment fund have 
the foresight to know that investing in the future of a student- 
athlete is one of the most significant contributions you can 
make. By supporting talented, deserving student-athletes, you 
are ensuring that the legacy of excellence will continue and grow 
with each individual who lives the University of Maryland 
experience. 

The vision of the MEF is to raise enough dollars through 
private gifts to build an endowment capable of funding each of 
the university's intercollegiate teams at the maximum number of 
scholarships allowed by the NCAA. Furthermore, while striving to 
attain this vision, the MEF will provide the highest quality of 
customer service to the donor and represent the University of 
Maryland in the highest regard. 

What is an endowment? An endowment is a gift in which the 
principal is held in perpetuity, with only the income used, in 
part or whole, for expenses. To maximize investment growth and 
potential, the MEF under the guidance of professional 
investment managers, has a policy of pooling endowment funds 

whenever feasible. The MEF 



Maryland Educational Foundation, Inc. 
Board of Governors 



Chairman 
Vice-Chairman 
Secretary/Treasurer 
Past-Chairman 
Executive Director 
Board of Governors 



Fred Frederick 
Barry Gossett 
Jack Scarbath 
Michael Sullivan 
Greg Manning 
Waldo Burnside 
Jonathan 

Claiborne 
Reid Crawford 
Dr. John Dennis 
Larry Doll 
Thomas Fields 
Charles Grant 
Carole Harris 
Dr. Palmer 

Hopkins 
Jack Heise 
Arthur Kramer 
Tommy Marcos 
Matty Mathias 
John McCracken 
Jack Miller 
Wilson Phipps 
Haskell Smith 
Mark Turner 
Robert Weiss 
Wally Whitmore 
Deborah A. Yow 



investment portfolio provides 
a diversified investment 
objective founded on 
discipline and prudent 
management that can assist 
to ensure future financial 
success for the Terrapin 
athletics program. 

The MEF invites you to 
discuss gifts such as cash, 
securities, real estate, 
insurance, personal property, 
life income, gifts of pooled 
income funds, charitable 
remainder trusts, charitable 
gift annuities, wills and 
bequests. An endowment gift 
is truly a dynamic investment 
in the future of Maryland 
Athletics! Contact Executive 
Director Greg Manning (301) 
314-7020 if you would like 
more information. 



Athletic Major Gift Development Unit 

The continued excellence of the University of Maryland 
Athletics program will be greatly enhanced by the support it 
receives through private gifts beyond the annual Terrapin Club 
contributions. Cash gifts for the improvement of capital projects 
truly distinguishes any great institution's athletic program, thus 
guaranteeing a future as rich as its past. It is with this in mind 
that the University of Maryland Foundation make available cash 
gifts to provide benefits to yourself and your family, while in 
addition assisting Terrapin athletics. 

A gift of cash is the most critical type of donation to the 
Major Gifts Development Unit. These contributions enable the 
Athletic Department to refurbish existing facilities and build new 
ones. Our goal is to raise $1.5 million in each year over the next 
five years. We will do it with your help and contributions. 

For information concerning a gift to the Major Gift 
Development Unit please contact Greg Manning, Director of Major 
Gifts or Cheryl Harrison, Director of Advancement Projects in the 
Athletic Advancement Office at (301) 314-7020. 

The M Club 

The M Club, one of the oldest organizations of its type in the 
country, was founded in 1923 by a group of letterwinners at the 
University of Maryland to encourage excellence in athletics. It is 
an organization of over 4,000 former University of Maryland 
varsity letterwinners with the goals to achieve the very best 
overall academic and athletic program for the varsity teams, to 
aid the athletes in making positive contributions to the 
community, to obtain and maintain funds for awards and 
scholarships, and to cultivate social contact and good 
sportsmanship among the wearers of the "M". 

Your membership participation through the payment of annual 
dues enables you to receive the monthly TerpTalk for information 
about the current teams and news about your former teammates 
and receive discounts at various M Club functions while providing 
support to increase the scholarship endowment and support 
awards and recognition efforts for our student-athletes. 

Many benefits are intangible, including the satisfaction of 
having lettered at a great university, and belonging to a unique 
and exclusive organization. University of Maryland letterwinners 
interested in the M Club should call David Diehl at (301) 314- 
5372. 

M Club Executive Committee 

John Lamon, President 

Bryan Borda, President-Elect 

Laura LeMire, Vice President 

John Simmons, Treasurer 

Marshall Fesche, Assistant Treasurer 

Jonathan Claiborne, Executive Committee 

Russell Davis, Executive Committee 

Bob Stumpf, Executive Committee 

Ralph Lary, Executive Committee 

Vic Jung, Executive Committee 

Dan Crowley, Executive Committee 

Jack Heise, Legal Advisor 

David Diehl, Executive Director 



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Athletic Medicine 





Dr. David Linehan 



Sandy Worth 



Kevin McLaughlin 



The Sports Medicine staff is comprised of Head Team 
Physician 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 evaluations 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 
practice field and our three state-of-the-art athletic training 
rooms. Medical consultation is facilitated by the thrice weekly 
Sports Medicine Clinics Dr. Bodison and Dr. Fahey provide at the 
Football Training Room. Dr. Linehan adds a weekly on-site 
orthopaedic session in addition to providing sideline coverage for 
all football and home men's basketball games. Bodison and Fahey 
provide similar coverage for other high impact sports. 

Dr. Joseph David Linehan, M.D.— Head Team Physician 

Dr. Linehan is the head orthopaedic surgeon for Maryland's 24 
intercollegiate athletic teams. He is in his first season as the 
Terps' head orthopaedic surgeon after serving as an associate with 
Dr. Stan Lavine who was Maryland's team physician for 35 years. 
He worked at the Campus Health Center from 1974 to 1976 before 
he entered orthopaedic surgery and Dr. Lavine chose him to work 
with Maryland athletics. Dr. Linehan has taken care of Maryland 
student-athletes for 22 years. 

Linehan attends all football games and all home basketball 
games. He also travels to numerous basketball games throughout 
the season. 

He has been in the private practice of orthopaedic surgery since 
1979 here in the metropolitan area. He received his board 
certification from the American Board of Orthopaedic Surgeons in 
1980. 

In addition, he is an orthopaedic consultant for the NFL Players 
Association. 

Linehan earned his bachelor's degree from the University of 
Virginia in 1966 and his doctorate from the Medical College of 
Virginia in 1970. He also served his internship and residency at 
the Medical College of Virginia Hospitals from 1970 to 1972. He 
has also authored four publications. 

Sandy Worth— Head Athletic Trainer 

Sandy Worth has been affiliated with Maryland athletics and 
the athletic training staff since 1973. As the Head Athletic 
Trainer for the Department of Athletics, Worth coordinates and 
directs the medical care for the football team primarily and 
supervises the operations of Maryland's state-of-the-art training 
room in the Football complex. 

Worth supervises and schedules a professional staff of five full- 
time assistants and a staff of student-athletic trainers. Worth's 
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Michael Meyers 



Dr. Sacared Bodison 



Dr. Stephen Fahey 



intercollegiate athletic 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 hockey teams, along with the wrestling and men's and 
women's swimming and diving teams. Worth also supervised the 
instruction of the student trainers working with the various athletic 
teams. She was the trainer for four national championship women's 
lacrosse teams and one field hockey national championship team. In 
addition, she was the trainer for the women's basketball team when 
it won eight ACC titles. 

Worth was the head trainer for the 1989 and 1993 U.S. Women's 
Lacrosse teams which won both World Cup Championships. In 
1993, she accompanied the team to Scotland. 

Worth received her bachelor's degree in physical education from 
Maryland in 1973. She is a native of Timonium, Md. 

Kevin McLaughlin— Assistant Athletic Trainer 

Kevin McLaughlin begins his fifth year as a member of the 
University of Maryland Athletic staff. McLaughlin assists with the 
year-round football training duties and concentrates on working 
with the nationally competitive 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 the 
trainer for the women's soccer, women's basketball and nationally 
ranked women's lacrosse teams. 

He attended Towson University where he earned his bachelor'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. 

Michael Meyers— Assistant Athletic Trainer 

Michael Meyers is in his first season as a member of the 
University of Maryland Athletic Training staff. He comes to 
College Park from Morgan State University where he worked from 
1995 until his appointment at Maryland. 

He will work directly with day-to-day operations of the football 
team and the football complex training room. 

A Woodbridge, Va. native, Meyers began his career in athletic 
training at Norfolk State University. He earned his bachelor's 
degree in physical education from Old Dominion and his master's 
degree in health care administration from the University of 
Maryland, University College. 

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

Supporting the team physicians on a daily basis are Dr. Bodison 
and Dr. 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 student- 
athletes to specialists through Sandy Worth. 

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Maryland Radio 




TERPS ON THE RADIO - LEARFIELD SPORTS 

Learfield Sports oversees the production and sales of all 
University of Maryland football radio broadcasts. Based in 
Jefferson City, Missouri, Learfield is in its third season as the 
parent company for the radio network which boasts two of the 
strongest flagship stations on the entire east coast, WBAL (1090- 
AM) in Baltimore and WTOP (1500-AM) in Washington. 
All of Maryland's games this season— both home and away — will 
be heard live on the Learfield Radio Network. 

The Terps will be heard on the flagship stations, WBAL and 
WTOP, which combine to give Maryland one of the strongest 
combination of broadcast signals of any collegiate football team 
in the nation. The Terps can be heard from Maine to Florida. 
Johnny Holliday will once again serve as the voice of the Terps. 
He will be joined this season by Ken Broo, the Sports Director at 
WUSA - TV in Washington, D.C. 

Johnny Holliday 

Play -by- Play 

Johnny Holliday has earned the reputation as one of the finest 
play-by-play announcers in the nation. Currently in his 19th year 
covering the Maryland football team, he has earned the title, 
"Voice of the Terps." 

Holiday's list of credits include ABC's coverage the 1996 
Summer Olympic Games 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 Horning, and television coverage of the Liberty and 
Aloha Bowls. He is also the announcer for the ABC television 
program "This Week" seen on Sunday mornings. 

He brings ease to the Maryland coach's television shows on 
Home Team Sports, the region's premier sports channel. He is also 
seen on HTS as host of Redskin General Manager Charley 
Casserly's show and as host of ACC Sports Sunday. He also does 
special events for HTS that include baseball, tennis, basketball, 
and track and field. Just when there seems to be no end to his 
ubiquitous appearances on television, Holliday is among the most 
visible announcers in regional television advertising. He is among 
the pioneering broadcasters in the nation for the sport of 
women's basketball and does play-by-play for ACC women's 
basketball action. 

A native of Miami, Fla., Holliday began his broadcasting career 
in Perry, Ga., 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. Washingtonian 
Magazine honored him as a Washingtonian 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 involved in Special Olympics, Catholic Charities, Operation 
Smile, and the Boy Scouts of America. He has served as television 
host for the Easter Seals, Muscular Dystrophy, March of Dimes, 
and Leukemia telethons. 

He is the recipient of the University of Maryland "M Club" 
1995 Distinguished Citizen Award and is an Honorary Member of 
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 Potomac, 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 freshman at St. Joseph's 
University in Philadelphia. 

Ken Broo 

Color Analyst 

Ken Broo, Sports Director and primary sports anchor at WUSA- 
TV in Washington, D.C, will join the Maryland football radio 
broadcast team as a color analyst for the 1997 season. Broo has 
been at WUSA since 1996 and was previously the Sports Director 
at WKRC-TV in Cincinnati from 1990-96. His broad football 
background began as a radio analyst for the Tampa Bay 
Buccaneers from 1981-87. He was also the radio play-by-play 
voice of the Cincinnati Bengals from 1990-96. Broo began his 
association with college athletics as the play-by-play voice for 
the Tulsa University men's basketball team from 1977-81. He has 
worked for NBC sports doing college basketball, has called various 
events for ESPN and has called the play-by-play action for the 
Tulsa Oilers minor league hockey franchise. 

Learfield Communications 

Learfield 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: Farm, 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. 



Maryland Radio Network 


Flagship 


Stations 




WBAL-AM 


Baltimore 


1090 


WTOP-AM 


Washington, D.C. 


1500 


WAMD-AM 


Aberdeen 


970 


WI00-AM 


Carlisle, Pa. 


1000 


WTBO-AM 


Cumberland 


1450 


WSER-AM 


Elkton 


1550 


WFMD-AM 


Frederick 


930 


WARK-AM 


Hagerstown 


1490 


WMSG-AM 


Mountain Lake Park 1050 


WKHW-FM 


Pocomoke City 


106.5 


WTGM-FM 


Salisbury 


960 


WTTR-AM 


Westminster 


1470 



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Academic Support 





Heather Lowe 
Assistant Director of 
Academic Support 

Heather Lowe, Assistant 
Director and Academic 
Coordinator for the football 
team, is in her third year as a 
member of the Academic 
Support Unit. 

A native of Syracuse, N.Y., 
she 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 for two years, 
she spent a year as an Academic Assistant coordinating the 
Career Services program for student-athletes at Florida State. 
Lowe's main responsibilities at Maryland include working with the 
football team in all academic-related matters, coordinating the 
study table program for all Terp athletes and teaching an 
orientation course. 

Joe Burden 

Academic Assistant for Football 

Joe Burden joins the staff of the Academic Support Unit as an 
Academic Assistant and will work directly with the football 
program. 

A native of Dover, Del., Burden attended Norfolk State 
University and played football on a full athletic scholarship. He 
was named to the Coca-Cola Black Collegiate Academic All- 
American Football team and graduated Cum Laude with a 
bachelor's degree in physical education and exercise science in 
1994. He then earned his master's of science in program design 
and evaluation , with a specialization in athletic administration 
in 1996. 

He joins the Maryland athletic staff 
after having served at Delaware State as 
an Assistant Director of Compliance, 
student-athlete academic advisor and as 
the Director of Intramurals. Prior to 
working at Delaware State, he was a 
graduate assistant in the Physical 
Education Department at Michigan State 
from January of 1995 to May of 1996. 
While at Michigan State, he also served as 
an academic advisor and was an assistant 
in the sports operations office. 



provides an opportunity for students, faculty, alumni and 
students to share in the life of intercollegiate athletics. 

The Department of Intercollegiate Athletics strives to achieve 
the same standards of excellence in its athletics program as exist 
within the University's teaching, research and public service 
programs. The department embraces the concept that the 
student-athlete is first and foremost a student, possessing 
academic abilities, personal interests and ambitions comparable 
to those of the other members of the student body. 

Terp Tutors 

Teaching Excellence and Recognizing the Potential for Success 
targets local elementary and middle school students and helps 
those who may be struggling in the disciplines of reading and 
math. Student-Athlete volunteers visit local schools and provide 
free tutoring services. The program is designed to reach out to 
the community and help young people improve their school 
skills, self-esteem and awareness of the world around them. 

Terp Choices 

Terp Choices is a program designed to guide student-athletes 
by orienting, supporting and increasing awareness of relevant 
issues pertaining to student-athletes in today's world. The focus 
of the program is making personal choices and how they may 
affect an entire team, not just a single individual. Education and 
interactive workshops are presented to the athletic team and are 
led by student educators. 

The Mentorship Program 

The Terrapin Career Mentorship program involves an alumni 
based group of individuals who are interested in working with 
graduating student-athletes. The mentors aid students through 
the process of making the transition from college to the work 
world. Attempts are made to match the individual student- 
athlete with a mentor from the same field of interest. Mentors 
are asked to assist the student-athlete in preparing the necessary 
tools to make him or her a more competitive job seeker. 



Academic Support 

The University of Maryland considers 
intercollegiate athletics an integral part 
of the collegiate experience. Its existence 




President William E. Kirwart, Athletics Director Deborah A. Vow and Head Football Coach Ron Vanderlinden pictured 
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College Football Association Award 
for Outstanding Graduation Rates 
70 percent or higher 

1988-1996 



Public 
Universities 


Awards 


Virginia 
North Carolina 


9 

7 


Syracuse 
Mississippi State 
Kentucky 
Maryland 


6 
5 
4 

4 



Internship Program 

The Internship Program is 
offered every spring to 
student-athletes who have 
earned 40 and 80 credits. The 
goal is to secure local summer 
internships for all interested 
student-athletes in an 
appropriate field of study. 



The Partnership Program 

The Terrapin Partnership 
Program is made up of a group 
of faculty and staff members at the University of Maryland who 
are interested in working with student-athletes who have just 
begun the process of earning a college degree. Volunteers are 
matched with freshman or sophomore student-athletes so that 
they can develop a primary contact person with whom they can 
share their questions or concerns about campus life, home life 
and academics. 

Career Information Fairs 

Career Awareness in Academic Support is expanding to include 
a variety of programs which will be offered for student-athletes 
throughout the semester. Career awareness will be an ongoing 
process and will include assistance with resume writing and 
interview skills. The end of the semester will bring a career 
awareness fair which will host a number of professionals with 
whom student-athletes can learn about career interests and 
planning. Unlike typical "job fairs", the purpose of this program 
is to allow student-athletes to explore multiple career 
opportunities by speaking directly to individuals in their chosen 
area of interest. 

Team Maryland 

Team Maryland is a class taught in conjunction with the 
campus' Center for Political Leadership in which student-athletes 
are exposed to leadership and public speaking skills and 
techniques. The program consists of a group of volunteer 
student-athletes who learn 



about the challenges for 
children in the community by 
speaking to different elementary 
schools about drug abuse and 
the importance of education. 

In conjunction with the 
campus' Center for Political 
Leadership, participants are 
taught leadership skills and 
public speaking techniques to 
use in their school-based 
presentation. In addition to 
school visits, Team Maryland has 
hosted visits from local school 
to our campus. 



"In a page one story on May 15, 1997 
with the headline, "Ivy League 
setting at affordable prices," the 
Baltimore Sun's education editor 
noted that, increasingly, high ability 
students are turning their back on 
private universities to enroll at the 
University of Maryland. The story 
noted that Maryland's academic 
programs are, "one of the most 
advanced of the breed," with 
"separate dormitories where they can 
live if they choose, lectures by 
academic and political stars, 
attractive internships in the 
Washington area, limits on class size 
and a host of carefully planned 
courses, many interdisciplinary and 
taught by the university's senior 
professors." 



Maryland by the Numbers 

1 Barry Gossett, Chairman of the Board of Williams 
Scotsman, Inc., donated $1 million to the Department of 
Intercollegiate Athletics to establish the "Gossett Academic 
Support and Career Development Center for Terrapin Student- 
Athletes. 

1 The University of Maryland was the only institution in the 
Southeastern United States to place both its undergraduate 
engineering and business schools in the national Top-25 
ranking by U.S. News and World Report. 

3 The counseling program in the College of Education was 
rated third in the most recent U.S. News and World Report 
rankings. 

3 The Dingman Center and the University of Maryland 
School of business has been ranked among the nation's 25 
"Best Schools for Entrepreneurs" for three consecutive years. 

5 Head Football Coach Ron Vanderlinden and many members 
of the football team participated in the fifth annual National 
Student Athlete Day in which they hosted nearly 150 at-risk 
junior high school and high school aged students. 

18 The Clark School of Engineering ranked 18th in the nation 
in the most recent report by U.S. News and World Report. 

18 According the book, The Rise of American Research 
Universities: Elite Challengers in the Postwar Era, the 
University of Maryland is ranked 18th nationally in faculty 
research productivity. 

22 The College of Education is ranked 22nd in the nation in 
the latest U.S. News and World Report rankings. 

25 The College of Business and Management was ranked 25th 
in the nation in the most recent rankings release by U.S. News 
and World Report. 

25 Construction of a $25 million undergraduate Chemistry 
Building was approved by the state legislature in March. 

30 The College of Music ranked 30th in the nation in the 
first ever U.S. News reputational survey of arts programs. 

60 NASA awarded a $60 million contract - believed to be the 
largest in the history of the University - to build and fly a 
satellite to improve understanding of the Earth's forests, 
climate and weather. 

84 An $84 million Food and Drug Administration complex is 
scheduled for completion in College Park in 1999. 

100 Maryland is one of the few universities in the United 
States which provides internet access to 100 % of its students 

1260 The freshman class which entered the University for the 
Fall 1996 semester was rated as the strongest ever. The mid 
range of the classes incoming freshman SAT score ranged 
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Metropolitan Area 



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Competitive 
Excellence Leads to 
Media Attention. 

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

Maryland has the press facil- 
ities 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 con- 
tains state-of-the-art facilities 
for television and radio. 




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

■ The nation's 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 additional 24 hour all- 
news television station. 

■ NBC, ABC, and CBS also maintain their own news bureaus 
in Washington, as does CNN (Cable News Network) and PBS 
(Public Broadcasting). In addition, major cable outlets like 
BET (Black Entertainment Network) and the Discovery 
Channel are headquartered here. In radio, each major net- 
work has a Washington bureau and Mutual Radio. NBC 
Radio and National Public Radio are headquartered in the 
Metropolitan region. 

■ One of the Associated Press's largest news bureaus is in 
Washington, as is its radio division. Bureaus are main- 
tained by the New York Times and every leading news ser- 
vice. International news organizations like Reuters cover 
Maryland events, and countless news organizations and 
networks from around the world have bureaus in 
Washington. 








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From Washington, Baltimore & Annapolis... 
to Philadelphia, Pittsburgh & New York City 

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

Washington, D.C., is three miles from Byrd Stadium. The 
National Capital's major attractions are within 10 miles. Making 
the trip easy is the Metro Rail System, which began connecting 
College Park to the rest of suburban Maryland, the District of 
Columbia, and Northern Virginia, in December of 1993. Campus 
shuttles serve the College Park station, allowing easy access to 
one of the country'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 
headquartered in the Metropolitan area, uses 
Baltimore/Washington International Airport as a hub. Both BWI 
and Dulles Airport, which is a hub for United Airlines, are 
international airports, capable of providing service to any 
continent. College Park is 10 minutes from the Amtrak Northeast 
Corridor Line and frequent train service along the East Coast. 




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Byrd Stadium 




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 pos- 
sible. 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 patina as Terp 
footballers sought good luck. 

Imaginative. The 46,000- 
square-foot football complex, 
designed by H.O.K. Architects 
of Kansas City, (which also 
designed Orioles Park at 
Camden Yards), combines 
football function with 
imaginative design. Athletes 
make their conditioning home 
in the 7,000-square-foot 
strength and conditioning area 
under skylights that reveal 
35,000 pounds of work-out 
machinery. Each player has a 
double locker — and a 
footlocker. On the second 
floor, every coach's office 
overlooks Byrd Stadium 




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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 
conditioning 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 features 
a players' lounge. 

Convenient. The 
Football Complex is 
within walking distance 
of dorms and dining 
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 complex — 
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 
sophisticated audio- 
visual room. 

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

The Football Complex's amenities 
include oversized lockers, a self- 
contained sports medicine unit, and 
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Maryland Football Facilities 




Football facility 

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 latest 
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 athletic 




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 construction; 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 in 1936. 
He oversaw the boom that 
took College Park from an agri- 
cultural 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 classic lines, 
invoking images of Olympic 
stadiums 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. 

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 construction, 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 professional 
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 completed. A home field 
school record 43,836 fans 
witnessed a victory over 
traditional rival Navy in the 
opening game, September 30. 
The original capacity was 
34,680. Putting 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. 



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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 September 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. 14- 
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. 17- 
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 
construction on campus in 35 
years. The refurbishment is the 
first appreciable 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 



From the north stands at ByTd, the 
Capitol building, Washington Monument 
and National Cathedral are visible. 



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. 



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Strength and Conditioning 




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Strength and Conditioning 



The physical preparation of a 
student-athlete to compete 
in football has developed into 
a critical component. Emphasis 
is put on enhancing perfor- 
mance as well as preventing 
injuries. Strength coach 
Dwight Gait employs a pro- 
gram geared toward maximiz- 
ing athletic development. The 
Strength and Conditioning 
staff makes every attempt to 
accommodate the different 
training needs of each individ- 
ual athlete. 

The Maryland football team 
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training program for 47 weeks 
out of the year, with the five 
non-training weeks 
strategically placed to promote 
recovery. 

The preparation of a 
student-athlete to compete in 
football goes beyond weight 
lifting. Speed improvement, 
explosiveness, plyometrics, 
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 
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 themselves. 



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 different body 
weights to compete for 
recognition 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. 




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Prominent Maryland Alumni 



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Tony and Ben Scotti are the executive producers of the worldwide hit television show 
"Baywatch". 



Bob Pincus is the President of the 
Franklin National Bank which is 
headquarterd in Washington, D.C. 



Bonnie Bernstein has covered the NBA 
Finals and Major League Baseball World 
Series for ESPN. 



William Andrews 

Frank Armsworthy 
Robert Basham 
Deane Beman 

Bonnie Bernstein 
Carl Bernstein 
Tim Brant 

Robert Brawer 

Ken Brody 

J.B. Brown 
John Brophy 
Jim Clark 
Ed Cooke 

Connie Chung 
Linda Coleman 
Frank Davis 

Matt DeViti 
Christine Edwards 

Len Elmore 
Boomer Esiason 

Joe Franklin 
Robert Fuhrman 
Fred Funk 
Edwin Gee 

Joe Gildenhorn 
Kevin Glover 



Former President, Singer Sewing Machine 

Company 

Former Vice-Chairman, Sacks Fifth Avenue 

President, Outback Steakhouse 

Former Commissioner, Pro Golfers 

Association Tour 

Sportscaster, ESPN 

Reporter, Washington Post 

Sportscaster, ABC and Jefferson Pilot 

Sports 

President, Chief Executive Officer, 

Maidenform, Inc. 

Former Chairman, Export-Import Bank of 

the United States 

NFL Player, Miami Dolphins 

President, Lockheed Martin 

Chairman, Clark Construction 

President, Chief Executive Officer, 

Baltimore Gas and Electric 

Former Anchorwomen, CBS Evening News 

Senior Vice President, Reuters News Wire 

Senior Executive Vice-President, Metro- 

Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures 

Chairman, The Rouse Company 

Executive Vice President, Dean Witter, 

Discover & Company 

Sportscaster, ESPN 

NFL Quarterback, NBC Television Sports 

Analyst 

Pulitzer Prize for Feature Writing in 1979 

Chairman, Bank of the West 

Pro Golfer 

Former Chairman and Chief Executive 

Officer, International Paper 

Former U.S. Ambassador to Switzerland 

NFL Player, Detroit Lions 



Roger Hale 

Joseph Hardman 

Jerome Hardy 
Herbert Hauptman 
Jane Henson 
Jim Henson 
Steny Hoyer 
Harry Hughes 



Clarence Jones 
Harold Kahn 

Deliois Kennedy 

Irene Knox 
Allen Krowe 
Tim Kurkjian 
George Laurer 
Samuel LeFrak 
Jermaine Lewis 
Barbara Lucas 

John Lucas 
Mark McEwen 

George V. McGowan 

James McGroddy 
Tom McMillen 

Tony Massenburg 
Odonna Matthews 

Marvin Mandel 



Chairman, President, Chief Executive 

Office, Louisville, Gas and Electric 

President, National Association of 

Securities Dealers 

Former Publisher, Life Magazine 

Nobel Prize Winner, Physics 

Creator, the Muppets 

Creator, the Muppets 

U.S. Congressman, Maryland's 5th District 

Former Governor of Maryland and State 

Secretary of Transportation 

NFL Player, New Orleans Saints 

Chairman, Chief Executive Officer, Macy's 

East 

Lead Singer, "All 4 One" pop singing 

group 

U.S. Olympian 

Vice Chairman of the Board, Texaco, Inc. 

Senior Writer, Sports Illustrated 

Inventor of the Universal Price Code 

Chairman, The LeFrak Organization 

NFL Player, Baltimore Ravens 

Vice President, Public Affairs, Black and 

Decker Corp. 

Former NBA Player and Head Coach 

Weather and Entertainment Editor, "CBS 

This Morning" 

Former Chairman and Chief Executive 

Officer, Baltimore Gas and Electric 

Senior Vice President, IBM 

Co-Chairman, President's Council on 

Physical Fitness 

NBA Player, New Jersey Nets 

Vice President for Consumer Affairs, Giant 

Food 

Former Governor of Maryland 



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Prominent Maryland Alumni 





Tim Kurkjian is a senior writer for Sports 
illustrated. 



Len Elmore is one of the lead color 
analysts for college sports on ESPN and 
is an Baltimore-based attorney. 



Joe Smith was the first overall selection 
by the Golden State Warriors in the 1995 
NBA Draft. 



Gene Shue is currently the General 
Manager of the Philadelphia a 76'ers of 
the NBA. 



Mark J. Meagher 

Scott Milanovich 
Paul Mullan 

Renaldo Nehemiah 

Neil O'Donnell 
Robert Pincus 
Jesus Rangel 

Frank Reich 
Judith Resnick 



Robert Roath 

Pernell Roberts 
Harvey Sanders 
Charles Schultze 

Chad Scott 
Ben Scotti 



Tony Scotti 



Arnold Seigal 

Gene Shue 
Harry Smith 
Joe Smith 
Ed Snider 



Former Publisher, Financial World 

Magazine 

NFL Player, Tampa Bay Buccaneers 

Co-Chairman, Co-Chief Executive, Del 

Monte, Inc. 

Track world record holder, former wide 

receiver San Francisco 49'ers 

NFL Player, New York Jets 

President, Franklin National Bank 

Vice President Corporate Relations, 

Anheuser-Busch 

NFL Player, New York Jets 

Second women astronaut in space; 

died tragically in the 1986 Challenger 

shuttle disaster 

Senior Vice President, Chief Financial 

Officer, RJR Nabisco Holdings 

Actor 

President, Nautica, Inc. 

Former Chairman of the Presidents 

Council of Economic Advisors 

NFL Player, Pittsburgh Steelers 

Chief Executive Officer, Ail-American 

Communications, produces 

"Baywatch" 

Chief Executive Officer, All-American 

Communications, produces 

"Baywatch" 

Built the Original Telscreen or Stadium 

Screen Television 

General Manager, Philadelphia 76'ers 

Inventor, Doppler weather radar 

NBA Player, Golden State Warriors 

President, Spctacor; Owners of the 

Philadelphia Flyers Hockey team, 

Spectrum Arena 



Michael A. Stein 

Burt Sugar 
Morris Tischler 
Leo Van Munching 



Kenneth Waissman 

Chris Weller 

Diane Wiest 

Charles "Buck" Williams 

Gary Williams 

Walt Williams 
Scott Zolak 



Executive Vice-President, Chief Financial 

Officer, Marriott International 

Publisher, The Ring; Boxing historian 

Inventor, Heart Pacemaker 

Advertising Executive, helped make 

Heineken beer the a major selling 

import 

Tony Award Winner; Original Producer, 

"Grease" 

Head Coach, University of Maryland 

Women's Basketball 

Academy Award Winner 

NBA Player, New York Knicks 

Head Coach, University of Maryland Men's 

Basketball 

NBA Player 

NFL Player, New England Patriots 



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University Majors 




Accounting 

African-American Studies 

Agricultural and Resource 

Economics 

Agricultural and Resource 

Economics: Agribusiness 

Agriculture - Applied 

Agriculture - General 

Agriculture Business Management 

Agronomy - Crop Science 

Agronomy - Soil Science 

Agronomy - Turf and Urban 

American Studies 

Animal Science: Sciences 

Animal Sciences: Animal 

Management & Industry 

Animal Sciences: Avian Business 

Animal Sciences: Equine Studies 

Animal Sciences: Laboratory 

Animal Management 

Anthropology 

Architecture (B.S.) 

Art History 

Art Studio 

Astronomy 

B.S. Engineering 

B.S. Engineering - Applied Science 

B.S. Engineering • Environmental 

B.S. Engineering - Materials 

B.S. Engineering - Nuclear 

Biochemistry 

Biological Resources Engineering 

Biological Sciences 

Chemistry 

Chinese 

Chinese w/ Business 

Classical Languages and Literatures 

Combined Agricultural - Veterinary 

Science 

Combined Arts/Law 

Computer Engineering 

Computer Science 

Conservation of Soil, Water, and 

Environment 

Criminology and Criminal Justice 

Dance 

Dietetics 

Early Childhood Education 

Economics 

Education - Music K-12 

Education • Undecided 

Elementary Education 

Engineering 

Engineering - Aerospace 

Engineering • Chemical 

Engineering - Civil 

Engineering - Electrical 

Engineering - Mechanical 

Engineering - Undecided 

Engineering - Biological Resources 

English Language and Literature 



Environmental Science and 

Literature 

Environmental Science & Policy 

(Policy) 

Environmental Science & Policy 

(Science) 

Family Studies 

Farm Production and Management 

Finance 

Fire Protection Engineering 

Five Year Special Education 

Florist Shop Management 

Food Science 

French Language & Literature with 

Business 

French Language and Literature 

Garden Center Management 

General Business 

General Ornamental Horticulture 

General Studies • University College 

Geography 

Geography - Cartography 

Geology 

German Language & Literature with 

Business 

Germanic Languages and Literature 

Golf Course Management 

Government & Politics 

Greenhouse Management 

Health Education 

Hearing and Speech Science 

History 

Horticulture - Horticulture 

Education 

Horticulture - Horticulture 

Production 

Horticulture - Horticulture Science 

Horticulture • Landscape 

Management 

Human Nutrition and Foods 



Human Resource Management 

Individual Studies 

Instructional TV-NRO 

Intensive Educational Development 

Interior Plantscaping Management 

Italian Language and Literature 

Japanese 

Japanese with Business 

Jewish Studies 

Journalism 

Kinesiological Sciences 

Land and Water Management 

Landscape Architecture 

Landscape Management 

Lawn Care Management 

Letters and Sciences 

Linguistics 

Logistics and Transportation 

Management Science and Statistics 

Marketing 

Materials Science and Engineering 

Mathematics 

Microbiology 

Music (liberal arts program) 

Music (musicology option) 

Music (performance option) 

Music (Bachelor of Music) 

Music Composition 

Music History and Literature 

Music Performance - Conduction 

Music Performance - Instrument 

Music Performance - Piano 

Music Performance - Voice 

Music Theory and Composition 

Nat Res Mgt: Environmental & 

Park Management 

Nat Res Mgt: Plant & Wildlife 

Resource Management 

Nursery Management 

Philosophy 



Physical Education 

Physical Sciences 

Physics 

Pre-Aerospace Engineering 

Pre-Dental Hygiene 

Pre-Forestry 

Pre-Medical Technology 

Pre-Nursing 

Pre-Pharmacy 

Pre-Physical Therapy 

Pre-Radiological Technologies 

Production Management 

Psychology 

Romance Languages 

Russian Area Studies 

Russian Language & Literature with 

Business 

Russian Language & Literature 

Secondary Education - Foreign 

Language 

Secondary Education - Mathematics 

Secondary Education - Science 

Secondary Education - Social 

Studies 

Secondary Education - Speech 

Education 

Secondary Education - English 

(Language Arts) 

Secondary Education - Theatre & 

English 

Sociology 

Spanish Language & Literature 

with Business 

Spanish Languages and Literature 

Special Education 

Speech Communications 

Study Abroad 

Theatre 

Women's Studies 




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Media Information 




BEFORE YOUR VISIT 

Game credentials are issued to 
accredited members of the media 
only. Working space on the third 
floor of the Tyser Tower Press box 
is expressly reserved for the 
working media with no 
exceptions. Children and other 
non-workers are not allowed in the 
press area. Credentials should be 
ordered at least one week before 
each game and are issued through 
the Media Relations Office. 
Requests for credentials should be 
made in writing and on letterhead 
stationery to Chuck Walsh, Director 
of Media Relations. If it is 
convenient for you to FAX your 
request, you are welcome to do so. 
The FAX number in the Media 
Relations Office is (301) 314-9094. 
These requests are accepted from 
Sports Editors and Sports Directors 
only. When time permits, a 
working press pass and a parking 
pass will be mailed. When this is 
not possible, they will be left at 
the Press Will Call entrance at the 
West gate of ByTd Stadium. The 
press will call entrance is behind 
and to the left of the Tyser Tower. 

Photographers, too, should 
make their credential requests at 
least one week in advance. 

Game Day Press Parking is 



MARYLAND SPORTS INFORMATION 
Mailing Address 

P.O. Box 295 

College Park, MD 20742-0295 
Shipping Address 
Room 1112 
Cole Field House 
Campus Drive 
College Park, MD 20742 
Main Office Phone: (301) 314-7064 

Office Fax: (301) 314-9094 

Media Relations Director: Chuck Walsh 
Office Phone: (301) 314-7065 

Home Phone: (301) 890-9671 

Assistant Director: Dave Gell 
Office Phone: (301) 314-7066 

Home Phone: (301) 890-2756 

Assistant Director: Tricia Harris 
Office Phone: (301) 314-7063 

Home Phone: (301) 847-1494 

Assistant Director: Mark Ragonese 
Office Phone: (301) 314-7062 

Home Phone: (301) 982-3068 

Administrative Assistant: Sandy Ratke 
Students: Josh Herman, Andy Krauss, Dave 
O'Brian, Jeff Stauffer 



located in Parking Garage 1, to the 
left of the back entrance to Cole 
Field House. The parking garage is 
best accessed from the Stadium 
Drive entrance to campus. Access 
is via press parking pass only and 
is available on an extremely 
limited basis. 

PRESS BOX SERVICES 

Programs, flipcards, game notes 
and statistics will be available 
before each game on the press 
(third floor) level of the Tyser Tower 
Press Box. A typed play-by-play and 
statistics will be distributed 
following each quarter and following 
each game. In addition, coaches' 
and players quotes will be 
distributed after the game. 

FAX MACHINE SERVICE 

Fax machine service will be 
available. If you need any 
information faxed to your 
newspaper, please submit your 
request to a member of the Media 
Relations Office. 

SIDELINE POLICY 

Photographers should obtain an 
armband from the media relations 
assistant on the field below 
Section 28 to gain admittance to 
the field. Under 
NCAA and ACC 
rules, 

photographers are 
not allowed 
between the 25- 
yard lines and 
must remain 
outside of the 
restraining lines 
surrounding the 
field. 



POSTGAME 

INTERVIEWS 

Head Coach 
Ron Vanderlinden 
and selected 
players will be 
brought to the 
team meeting 
room on the 
second floor of 
the football team 
house for post- 
game interviews. 
The team room is 
accessed through 



the front door of the team 
complex located one level above 
the playing field. Please enter the 
glass doors and follow the hallway 
to the team room on the right. 
Interviews with the visiting team 
will take place in the weightroom 
of the Varsity Team House which is 
located outside of the stadium on 
the opposite side of the field from 
the Tyser Tower Press Box. 

INTERVIEWS WITH COACH 

VANDERLINDEN 

Coach Vanderlinden will be 
available to the media at his 
weekly press luncheons at Noon 
each Monday preceding a game 
during the season. Members of the 
media, including print, radio and 
television are invited to listen to 
Coach Vanderlinden and then 
conduct one-on-one interviews on 
the second floor of the Tyser Tower 
Press Box. He is also available 
before practices on Tuesday, 
Wednesday and Thursday. He is 
also available on the weekly ACC 
Teleconference at 11:40 a.m. on 
Wednesdays. Contact Brian 
Morrison at the ACC Office (910) 
851-6062 or Chuck Walsh for the 
phone number. 

PLAYER INTERVIEWS 

All player interviews must be 
arranged through Chuck Walsh or 
Dave Gell of the Media Relations 
Office. Players have been 
instructed to conduct no 
interviews unless they have been 
set up in this manner. Interviews 
will be conducted Monday through 
Thursday. The time table should be 
followed: following practices on 
Tuesday and Wednesday and before 
pre-practice meetings on Monday 
and Thursday. No interviews will 
be granted on Sunday or Friday. 
Players phone numbers will not be 
distributed and members of the 
media are expressly asked not to 
attempt to contact the student- 
athletes on the phone. Players 
have been told not to accept calls 
from anyone asking a football- 



Directions to Byrd Stadium 
From Baltimore and North: 

Interstate 95 south to Exit 25B, 
College Park/U.S. Route 1 South. 
After approximately one mile 
take a right hand exit off of U.S. 
1 onto Maryland Route 193 West. 
Go two traffic lights to Stadium 
Drive. Make a left turn onto 
Stadium Drive and Byrd stadium 
is directly in front of you. 
From Baltimore/Washington 
International Airport: 
Interstate 195 West to Interstate 
95 South. Travel to exit 25B and 
follow the above directions to 
Byrd Stadium. 

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

From Washington/Richmond 
South: Interstate 95 North to 
exit 25B, College Park/U.S. Route 
1 South. Take the above 
directions to Byrd Stadium. 
From Dulles International 
Airport and West: Dulles Toll 
Road to Interstate 495 West. Take 
495 West (Washington Beltway), 
for approximately 25 minutes to 
exit 25B. Take the above 
directions to Byrd Stadium. 



related question. 

Players are not available for live 
call-in radio shows. 

PRACTICE COVERAGE 

Practices are open to the media 
with few exceptions. Media 
wishing to attend practice should 
contact the Media Relations Office 
ahead of time. Once the team goes 
into pads in the fall, 
photographers will be allowed to 
shoot warm-ups, stretching drills 
and the first two periods of 
practice. Team metings after 
practice are private. Practice 
generally begin at 3:45 and 
concludes at 6:00 p.m. The team 
does not practice on Monday 
during the season. 



Hotels near Byrd Stadium 

On Campus - University College Conference Center 

Greenbelt Marriott 

Best Western Maryland Inn 

Greenbelt Holiday Inn 

College Park Holiday Inn 

College Park Comfort Suites 



301.985.7310 
301.441.3700 
301.474.2800 
301.982.7000 
301.345.6700 
301.441.8110 



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Terp Watchers— The Media 




Learfield Maryland 
Radio Network 

Play-by-Play Announcer 
Johnny Holliday 

Sports Anchor 

ABC Radio 

1717 Desales St., NW 

Washington, D.C. 20036 

(202) 222-7600 

(202) 222-7682 (FAX) 

Football Analyst 
Ken Broo 

Sports Director 

WUSA - TV 

4100 Wisconsin Avenue, NW 

Washington, D.C. 20008 

(202) 895-5600 

(202) 363-6472 (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 Kornheiser 

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 
Jody Foldesy 

3600 New York Ave., NE 
Washington, D.C. 20002 
(202) 636-3269 
(202) 529-7869 (FAX) 
Sports Editor: Gary Hopkins 
Columnists: Tom Knott 
Dan Daly 
Dick Heller 

Prince George's Journal 
Evan Bass 

9426 Annapolis Road 
Lanham, Md. 20706 
(301) 731-8303 
(301) 731-8363 (FAX) 
Sports Editor: Ben Lumpkin 
Columnists: James Harris III 
Jay Hilbert 

Montgomery Journal 
David Hammel 
2 Research Ct. 



Rockville, Md. 20850 
(301) 670-1427 
(301) 670-1421 (FAX) 
Sports Editor: Dan Shepherd 
Columnists: James Peters 
Kelly Thackston 

Annapolis Capital 
Bill Wagner 

2000 Capitol Drive 
Annapolis, Md. 21404 
(410) 280-5923 
(410) 268-4643 (FAX) 
Sports Editor: Joe Gross 
Columnists: Craig Anderson 
John McNamara 

Cumberland Times 
Steve Luse 

19 Mechanic St. 
Cumberland, Md. 21502 
(301) 722-4600 
(301) 722-4870 (FAX) 
Sports Editor: Steve Luse 

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: John Cannon 
Sheldon Shealer 

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: Ron Somers 

Hagerstown Daily Mail 
Larry Yanos 

100 Summit Ave. 
Hagerstown, Md. 21740 
(301) 733-5131 
(301) 714-0245 (FAX) 
Sports Editor: Larry Yanos 

Salisbury Times 
Bill See 

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 Dining 

Hall 

University of Maryland 

College Park, Md. 20742 

(301) 314-8200 

(301) 314-8358 (FAX) 

Sports Editor: Seth Emerson 

WMUC -Sports 
Dan Rochkind 

3130 South Campus Dining 

Hall 

P.O. Box 99 

College Park, Md. 20742 

(301) 314-7866 

(301) 314-7879 (FAX) 

Radio Outlets 

WBAL - Sports 

Gerry Sandusky/Greg Sher 

3800 Hooper Ave 
Baltimore, Md. 21211 
(410) 338-6592 
(410) 338-6675 (FAX) 

WCBM - Sports 
Art Sinclair 

68 Radio Plaza 
Owings Mills, Md. 21117 
(410) 356-3003 
(410) 581-0150 (FAX) 

WFMD - Sports 
Ron Kitzmiller 

P.O. Box 151 
Frederick, Md. 21701 
(301) 948-8521 
(301) 663-5494 (FAX) 



WINX - Sports 
Jerry Coleman 

12216 Parklawn Dr. 
Suite 203 

Rockville, Md. 20852 
(301) 424-9292 
(301) 424-8266 (FAX) 

WMAL - Sports 
Tim Brant 

4400 Jenifer St. 
Washington, D.C 20015 
(202) 686-3100 
(202) 537-0009 (FAX) 

WOLB - Sports 
Butch McAdams 

100 St. Paul St. 
Baltimore, Md. 21210 
(410) 332-8200 
(410) 539-4550 (FAX) 

WTEM - Sports 
Andy Pollin 

11300 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 

2000 W. 41st St. 
Baltimore, Md. 21211 
(410) 467-5595 
(410) 467-5093 (FAX) 

WHAG - TV Sports 
Garnet Stevens 

13 E. Washington St. 
Hagerstown, Md. 21740 
(301) 797-4400 
(301) 745-4093 (FAX) 

WJLA - TV Sports (ABC) 

Rene Knott/Mike Cairns/ 

Dan Miller 

3007 Tilden St., NW 

Washington, D.C. 20008 

(202) 364-7726 

(202) 364-7789 (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 Rd. 
Baltimore, Md. 21212 
(410) 377-7558 
(410) 377-0493 (FAX) 

WMDT - TV Sports 
Barry Hiett 

202 Downtown Plaza 
Salisbury, Md. 21801 
(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 
Chick Hernandez 

5151 Wisconsin 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/ 
Doug Weinstein 

7548 Standish Place 
Rockville, Md. 20855 
(301) 294-2121 
(301) 294-7476 (FAX) 

Cable 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/ 
Joyce Jackson/ 
Kaye Lake 

7600-D Boston Blvd. 
Springfield, VA 22153 
(703) 912-5395 
(703) 912-5329 (FAX) 



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1997 Schedule 

September 

5 OHIO (Letterwinners Day) 

13 at Florida State 

20 NORTH CAROLINA 

27 at Temple 

October 

4 DUKE 

11 WEST VIRGINIA 

18 at Wake Forest 

25 CLEMSON (Homecoming) 

November 

[ VIRGINIA 
I at N.C. State 
22 at Georgia Tech 



Home games (in caps) at Byrd Stadium. 
Game times to be announced. 
Schedule subject to change.