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1999 Maryland Terrapins Football Schedule 



Thu. 


Sept. 2 


at Temple 


Sat. 


sept. 11 


WESTERN CAROLINA 


Sat. 


Sept. 18 


WEST VIRGINIA 


Thu. 


Sept. 30 


' at Georgia Tech 


Sat. 


Oct. 9 


• at Wake Forest 


sat. 


Oct. 16 


' CLEMSON 


Sat. 


Oct. 23 


1 NORTH CAROLINA 



Sat. 


Oct. 30 


* DUKE HC 


Sat. 


NOV. 6 


* at NC State 


sat. 


NOV. 13 


* at Florida state 


sat. 


NOV. 20 


* VIRGINIA 



* indicates acc games • HC - Homecoming 
Home games in caps • All dates subject to change. 




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Our mission is to take the student-athlete where 
he cannot take himself. 



we create an environment that teaches young 
men 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. Crow 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. 





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Our program is 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 ... because we are one. 

The Maryland football program will transform todays student-athlete 
into tomorrow's leader, by creating an environment where excellence 
is pursued academically, athletically, and socially. 









The gameday expe- 
rience at Byrd Sta- 
dium has a unique- 
ness all its own 
which can only be 
realized by becom- 
ing part of the 
event. The pag- 
eantry which en- 
compasses a Satur- 
day in the Park and 
a Terrapin football 
game are un- 
matched in the 
Atlantic Coast Con- 
ference. Events on 
gameday are fully 
interactive and 
enjoyed before, 
during and after 
every contest at 
Byrd. 













Maryland fans arrive early 
to generate the Terrapin 
spirit which has become a 
longstanding tradition 
throughout the campus on 
a beautiful autumn day. 
The backdrop of the cam- 
pus only enhances the 
spirit surrounding a foot- 
ball game at Byrd Stadium. 
The revelry on campus and 
around the stadium has 
become legendary. 




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There is no better place to be 
than the University of Maryland, 
College Park. As washingtonian 
magazine noted in its December, 
1997 issue, "...kids are turning 
down schools like Princeton and 
Virginia to go to College Park." 
With its top-ranked academic 
programs, nationally recognized 
faculty, diverse population, and 
lush 1,580-acre campus located 
between Washington, D.c, and 
Baltimore, Md., it's no wonder 
the University of Maryland is a 
sought-after destination for 
some of the state's — and the 
country's — best and brightest 
students. 





Attracting them are more than 100 majors and 
some of the highest-ranked programs in the coun- 
try. For instance, in the 1999 U.S. News and World 
Report rankings of graduate schools, the Clark 
School of Engineering was ranked 17th in the na- 
tion, the School of Public Affairs was ranked 20th, 
and the College of Education placed 23rd. The Mary- 
land School of Business was ranked 26th, and also 
was named one of the country's 25 best business 
schools for entrepreneurs by Success magazine. 



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High tech, engineering and service industries 

thrive in proximity to the campus, offering a wide 

spectrum of internships, work-study opportunities 

and career choices for students. And, the campus is 

surrounded by the dynamic cultural opportunities 

that only a major metropolitan area can provide. 

Whether your focus is the sciences or the humani- 
ties, a small town atmosphere or a metropolitan 
feel, the University of Maryland offers a wide 
range of educational and cultural opportunities. 
There is no better place to be than the University 

of Maryland, College Park. 







City lights, history, sparkling waterfronts, 
monumental landscapes. Jazz, film festivals, 
marches and demonstrations. Shopping, 
professional sports, regattas on the Chesa- 
peake Bay. Not just one city, but three. Not 
just any city, but the nations capital, a major 
port city, and the state capital of Maryland. 

it's all here beyond the campus. 

The nations capital and its major attractions 
are within 10 miles of Byrd Stadium. And the 
highly efficient Metro rail system, with a 
station at the campus doorstep, makes navi- 
gating the greater Washington, D.C., area 
easy. Campus shuttles serve the College Park 
Metro station, allowing easy access to one of 
the country's model transportation systems. 





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Baltimore is just 35 miles north of the University of Maryland. Its rejuvenation as an 
urban center is unprecedented. The inner Harbor, its national aquarium and tall 
ships, and the nearby Oriole 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 away. 



Campus neighbors include such important national resources as the Library of 
Congress, the Smithsonian institution, the National institutes of Health, the Na- 
tional Aeronautics and Space Administration, and the U.S. Department of 
Agriculture's Agricultural Research Center. 










Playing for the Terps means competing in the Washing- 
ton/Baltimore media market, the nation's fourth largest. 

DID YOU KNOW? 

♦ The Terps are covered extensively by two of the 
nation's top 10 newspapers: the Washington Post and the 
Baltimore Sun. 

♦ USA Today, the nation's newspaper, is headquartered 
less than 20 miles from Byrd Stadium. 

♦ The Maryland Terrapin radio network, which can be 
accessed up and down the East Coast, boasts one of the 
largest coverage areas in collegiate sports. 

♦ Every major national television network — ABC, NBC, 
CBS and fox — has a major news-gathering affiliate in 
both Washington and Baltimore. No university in the East 
boasts eight major news outlets within a 35-mile radius 
of its campus — except for the university of Maryland. 

♦ ACC football will receive extensive live television 
coverage over the next decade, with ABC, ESPN/ESPN2 
and JP Sports combining for more than 200 telecasts. 

♦ The Atlantic coast Conference was cleared on 295 
radio stations during the 1998 season, totaling more than 
500 hours of live game coverage. 

♦ ESPN, which originated its first-ever sports telecast 
from the university of Maryland in 1979, has been a 
regular visitor to Byrd Stadium over the years. 

♦ The Tyser Tower press box at Byrd Stadium seats more 
than 160 members of the print media on its third level 
and features state-of-the-art facilities for radio and 
television on the fourth level. 



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Tidbits 

• One of the NCAA's most 
improved teams statisti- 
cally in 1998, the Terra- 
pins begin year No. 3 of 
the Ron vanderlinden 
era in 1999. 

• Prior to being named 
the Terps' head coach, 
Ron vanderlinden (left) 
played a key role in 
helping turn around 
struggling programs at 
Northwestern and 
Colorado. 

• Members of Maryland's 
coaching staff have 
combined to coach in a 
total of more than 40 
postseason bowl games. 



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Ron Vanderlinden 1™ 

Wally Ake 1 

Bob Heffner 16 

Levern Belin 17 

Mike Gundy 18 

Craig Johnson 1 A 

Mike Locksley 20 

Doug Mallory 

Danny Rocco 22 

Elliot Uzelac « 

Dwight Gait 

Todd Hobin 24 

Tom Deahn 25 

Matt Hachmann 25 

Graduate Assistants 25 

Support Staff 26 

Terrapin Recruiting Volunteers.. 26 



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"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 some- 
one 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 inherited 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 



"I'm on a college campus every 
weekend and coaches all over the 
country have told me that Mary- 
land is a sleeping giant. I think 
Vandy is about to awaken the 
monster." 

Tim Brant 
ABC Television 
Jefferson-Pilot Sports 



"Ron Vanderlinden learned how to be a 
successful coach by not just working under 
the best coaches college football has to 
offer, but by learning under the best 
coaches college football has to offer. One 
last point — his players love to play for him." 

Gary Danielson 
ESPN 






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HEAD COACH RON VANDERLINDEN 




Ron Vanderlinden, who was brought in to 
revive Maryland's football program be 
cause ni his bands on experience in i\m> 
previous high!) successful reclamation 
projects, knows the telltale signs of improvement when 
he sees them. 

\iul those signs — both on the field and off — 
are clearly, evident to the 13-year-old Terrapin head 
coach as he enters year No. 3 of Ins rebuilding phase 
at the I niversitj of Maryland. 

"We're bigger, stronger, faster and deeper," says 
Vanderlinden, referring 
, -4 to the progress his pro- 

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f -s^ ^^1 two seasons at the helm. 

'Equally important, this 
group of players is 
united in its goal to help 
return Maryland football 
to prominence in the 
ACC. We made drastic 
strides from year one to year two with an extremely 
young team, and our firm belief is that our upward 
swing will continue in 1999-" 

Setting a proper foundation — one thai will sup- 
port and sustain an eventual turnaround — has been 
of paramount importance to Vanderlinden in his re- 
building efforts. 

"Regardless of what you are trying to build, there 
are no shortcuts to doing it the right way." he says 
"And we have taken no short cuts in our mission to 
turn this program around. I truly believe we are on 
the right track " 

The Terps certainly made the rest of the ACC take 
notice last year, vaulting up a number of NCAA team 
statistical rankings despite fielding one of the young- 
est teams in the nation. The Terps last year finished as 

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the nation's si\ih most-improved rushing team and the 
country's I2tli most-improved team in total dclcnse 
even though nearly half of the players who took to the 
field were underclassmen. 

The challenge lacing Yandcrlindcn when he was 
named Maryland's 32nd head coach in December 
1996 loomed large. The Terps had posted just two 
winning seasons in the previous 1 1 \ cars and had fin- 
ished no higher than fourth place in the Atlantic (oast 
Conference during that stretch. Moreover, he inher- 
ited a roster that, at least offensively, was built around 
the nm-and-shoot. 

It all added up to a major reconstruction project 
for Vanderlinden, who was selected to the post pri- 
marily for his previous experience in helping to revive 
dormant programs at Colorado and Northwestern (see 
box). 

"I absolutely think Maryland should he one of the 
premier programs in the country." said Vanderlinden 
when he was introduced as the Terps' head coach. 
"We have a beautiful campus in a great location, first- 
class facilities and an impressive stadium, a support- 
ive administration committed to winning, and a large 
fan base with enthusiastic boosters. These are the es- 
sential ingredients necessary for success." 

Since arriving in College Park, Vanderlinden has 
been tireless in his efforts to awaken the Terrapins' 
grid fortunes, focusing on his twin goals of "graduat- 
ing all of our players and winning the [conference] 
championship." 

Those were similar goals during his days at North- 
western, where he served as Gary Barnett's assistant 
head coach and defensive coordinator from 1992-96. 
In that span, a moribund Northwestern program — 
one that hadn't posted a winning season in more than 
20 years — was transformed into a two-time Big Ten 
Conference champion and Rose Bowl participant. The 



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The Vanderlinden File 



Personal 

Date of Birth Jan 9, 1956 

Hometown Livonia, Mich 

Alma Mater Albion 78 

Vear at Maryland .-Srd 

As a Player 
Albion College 

1974-77 Football (center), Baseball 

As a Collegiate Assistant 
Northwestern 

\ssisuint Head Coach 1992-96 

Defensive Coordinator 

Inside Linebackers 

Punt Returns 

Colorado 

Defensive Line. Recruiting Coordinator 1983-91 

Ball State 

Offensive Line 1981-82 

Michigan 

Graduate Assistant 1979-80 

Bowling Green 

Graduate Assistant 1978 

As a Collegiate Head Coach 
Maryland 

1997 2-') 

1998 3-8 

\\ ildcats won five league games in the first three sea- 
sons, but then went 15-1 in conference play on the 
way to capturing consecutive Big Ten titles in 1995 
and '%. Northwestern played I SC in the 1996 Rose 
Bowl and Tennessee in the 1997 Citrus Bowl. 

At Northwestern. Vanderlinden was the chief ar- 
chitect of a defensive unit that in 1995 finished first 
nationally in scoring defense ( 17.2 ppg) and third na- 
tionally in turnover margin ( + 1.82 pg). In '96. the 
Vi ildcats finished 19th nationally in turnover margin. 
In addition to heading up Northwestern s defensive 
efforts. Vanderlinden oversaw the inside linebackers 
and punt return unit. The Wildcats were among the 
nation's top 1(1 punt return teams three times, finish- 
ing first in '92. fourth in '93 and ninth in '95. 

During his tenure at Northwestern. Vanderlinden 
recruited and coached several of the most outstand- 
ing players in school history I iider his guidance. 
Northwestern's Pat Fitzgerald was the 1995 and '96 
Big Ten Defensive Player of the Vear and a two-time 
Ill-American. Fitzgerald also was named the Chuck 
Bednarik and Bronko Nagurski national defensive 
plaver of the year in '95. as well as the national defen- 
sive plaver of the year by Chevrolet and Sports Illus- 
trated 

The success enjoyed on the field by the Wildcats 
w as congruent with Vanderlinden's philosophy of high 
academic achievement. Northwestern earned recog- 



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1999 MARYLAND TERRAPINS FOOTBALL 



HEAD COACH RON VANDERLINDEN 



nition b\ the College Football Association as one of 
the exemplary academic programs in the nation. 

Vanderlinden came to Northwestern after coach- 
ing Colorado's defensive line for nine years (1983- 
91), where lie played a key role in turning around 
CU's program. Only three years after his arrival in 
Boulder as an assistant to Bill McCartney, the Buffa- 
loes advanced to their first bowl game in nine sea- 
sons. All told, CI' would make six bowl trips during 
Vanderlinden's final seven seasons on the staff, includ- 
ing the 1990 campaign, when the Buffaloes defeated 
Notre Dame and won the national championship. 

In addition to his responsibilities coaching the 
defensive line, Vanderlinden also served as the Buffa- 
loes' recruiting coordinator for two years (1985-86). 
While at CU, he coached three All-Americans and five 
first team All-Big Eight selections. From 1985-91, 
Colorado's defensive unit was considered among the 
best in the country, ranking No. 10 for fewest touch- 
downs allowed, 1 1 th in few est points allowed and 1 Nth 
in total defense. 

It was Vanderlinden's hands-on experience in two 
successful and stunning rebuilding efforts which at- 
tracted him to Maryland athletic director Deborah A. 
Yow. 

"Ron won unanimous support of our selection 
committee, and that was great because he was always 
mv top choice," said Vow. "Everyone has said that he 



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western s itieteoric rlse 
National Prominence 



Bowl Final National Rank 



Year 


Overall 


Big Ten 


Bowl 


1992 


3-8 


3-5 


— 


1993 


2-9 


0-8 


— 


1994 


3-7-1 


2-6 


— 


1995 


10-2 


8-0 (1st) 


Rose 


1996 


9-3 


7-1 (T-lst) 


Citrus 



SAP 
15AP 



Colorado's Meteoric Rise To 
National Prominence 






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Year 

1983 
1984 
1985 
1986 
1987 
1988 
1989 
1990 
1991 



Overall 

4-7 

1-10 

7-5 

6-6 

7-4 

8-4 

11-1 

11-1-1 

8-3-1 



Big 

2-5 
1-6 
4-3 

6-1 
4-3 
4-3 
7-0 
7-0 
6-0 



(T-3rd) 

(2nd) 



Bowl Final National Rank 



Freedom 
Bluehonnet 



Freedom 
(1st) Orange 4AP 

(1st) Orange National champion 

1 (T-lst) Blockbuster 20 AP 



selection, earning the honor as a junior and senior, 
when Albion posted undefeated seasons. .Albion also 
participated in the first Division III playoff game in 
school history. He also earned three varsity letters in 
baseball 

A native of Livonia, Mich., Vanderlinden and his 
wife, Lisa, have a daughter, Chelsea, and a son, Reid. 
Vanderlinden is one of seven children horn to Pete 
and the late Man Vanderlinden. Pete was one of 1-t 
children born to Belgian immigrants of Dutch descent. 



is a dynamic coach, that he is knowledgeable, a re- 
lentless recruiter and a tireless worker. 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 creden- 
tials, he was an early front runner." 

Vanderlinden began his coaching career as a 
graduate assistant coach at Bowling Green State Uni- 
versity under Denny Stolz in 1978. He then moved on 
to the University of Michigan, where he was a gradu- 
ate assistant in 1979 and '80 on Bo Schembechler's 
staff. During his time in Ann Arbor, Michigan partici- 
pated in both the Gator and Rose bowls. 

His first hill-time coaching position came at Ball 
State University in 1982, where he worked with the 
offensive line for two years. From Ball Stale he moved 
to Colorado, then to Northwestern. 

Said Bill McCartney, former head coach at Colo- 
rado: "Ron is a student of the game. He brings energy 
and fire to the game. I expect Mankind to be a physi- 
cal and very versatile football team. I expect them to 
run with authority and pass with continuity. On de- 
fense, I expect they will play with an aggressive, chal- 
lenging style." 

Vanderlinden earned bis bachelor's degree from 
\lbion ( Mich.) College in 1978, A four-year starter at 
center, be was a two-time first team all-conference 



"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 CHERISI- 

TRADITION AND TAKE MARYLAND BACK TO THE TOP." 




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WALLY AKE 






Defensive Coordinator 
Inside Linebackers 



Wall) \l\i\ who lias overseen one of the 
nation's most improved defensive units the 
past two years, is in his third season as the 
taps' defensive coordinator and Ins second as inside 
linebacker coach. 

I nder Ute's leadership, die taps in 1998 ranked 
as the I Jtli most-improved learn in terms of total de- 
fense, according to final NCAA statistical rankings. 
Maryland ranked 53rd nationally in average yards al- 
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jump from the previous 
year. The Terps also 
ranked as the nation's 
13th most-improved 
unit in points allowed 
and Nth most-im- 
proved team in passing 
defense. 

\ke. who has been 
part of 1 1 bowl teams during a 1 9-year college coach- 
ing career, joined Ron Yanderlinden's staff in 199"* 





Tlic Ake family: Chris. 

after a three-year stint as defensive coordinator at Rice 
I Diversity, where he helped lead the Owls to a 7-4 
record and a second-place Western Athletic Confer- 
ence Mountain Division finish in 1996. In 1994, Rice's 
defensive unit finished among the nation's top 25 in 
four categories as the Owls captured a share of the 
Southwest Conference title. In addition to coordinat- 
ing Rice's defense from 1994-96, he coached the Owls' 
defensive line (l l )%) and the inside linebackers 

(199-4-95). 

Ake previously worked in the Atlantic Coast Con- 
ference when he served as Clemson's inside lineback- 
ers coach from 1990-93. Under Ake's defensive lead- 
ership, the Tigers participated in the 1943 Peach Bowl, 
the 1991 Citrus Bow land the 1 WO Hall of Fame Bowl 
Clemson's 1990 squad ranked first in the nation in 
total defense, while the 1991 team was ranked No 1 
against the rush. 

Prior to his stint at Clemson. Ake spent six years 
on the coaching staff at University of Arkansas, where 
he coached the defensive line from 1984-88 and the 
linebackers in MS 1 ). During his time in Fayetteville. 
the Ra/orbacks captured two consecutive Southwest 
Conference titles ( 1988-89) and played in howl games 
all six seasons, including the Orange Bowl ( 19<8b) and 
the Cotton Bowl (1988-89). 

Ake. -i l ). is a 1972 graduate of the College of Will- 
iam & Man. the same school at which he launched 
his college coaching career in 19~9. He graduated 
from Falls Church (Va .) High School in l%8.He later 
spent five seasons on the coaching staff at Falls Church, 
serving as defensive coordinator and linebackers 
coach from 1974-77 and as head coach in '78. After 
starting his college coaching career at College of Wil- 
liam & Mary in 79, he moved on to Arkansas as a 
graduate assistant in 1980 before serving a three-year 
stint ( 1981-83 ) as defensive line coach at the U.S. Air 
Force Academy. 

He and his wife. Chris, have one son. \aron. 



\aron and Wallv. 



The Ake File 



Personal 

Date of Birth \ug. 11. 1950 

Hometown Falls Church. Va 

Alma Mater William & Mary 72 

Year at Maryland 3rd 

Coaching History 
Maryland 

Defensive Coordinator 

Inside Linebackers 1997- 

Rice 

Defensive Coordinator 

Inside Linebackers 

Defensive Line 1994-96 

Clemson 

Inside Linebackers 1990-93 

Arkansas 

Defensive Line/Linebackers 198 i-89 

I'.S. Air Force Academy 

Defensive Line 1981-83 

Arkansas 

Graduate Assistant 1980 

College of William & Mary 

Linebackers IT 1 ) 

Bowl History 

1993 Peach Bowl 

1991 Citrus Bowl 

1*10 Hall of Fame Bowl 

1989 Cotton Bowl 

loss Conon Bowl 

I ')8 _ Libertv Bowl 

198(, Orange Bow! 

1985 Holiday Bowl 

198-t Liberty Bowl 

1983 Independence Bowl 

1982 Hall of Fame Bowl 

1980 Hall of Fame Bowl 

19"() Tangerine Bowl 






1999 MARYLAND TERRAPINS FOOTBALL 






BOB HEFFNER 






Offensive Coordinator 
ight Ends/Offensive 
Tackles 

Bob Heffner, whose father, Fred, played for (he 
Terps' national championship team in 1953. 
is in his third season on Maryland's coaching 
staff and his first as offensive coordinator. He also is 
responsible for the tight ends and offensive tackles. 

Heffner, who brought 17 years of coaching experi- 
ence with him to College Park, joined the Maryland 
staff after serving as offensive line coach at Northern 
Illinois in 1996. Heffner 
coached at Lafayette Col- 
lege for a total of five 
seasons on two separate 
occasions prior to 
Northern Illinois. He 
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The Heffner File 



Personal 

Date of Birth Aug. 2, 1956 

Hometown Morrisville, Pa. 

Alma Mater Temple 79 

Year at Maryland 3rd 

Coaching History 
Maryland 

Offensive Coordinator 1999 

Tight Ends 

Offensive Tackles 1997- 

Northern Illinois 

Offensive Line 1996 

Lafayette College 
Offensive Coordinator 

Offensive Line 1993-95 

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 \ssistant 1979 

Bowl History 

I')"') Garden State Bowl 

1978 Mirage Bow! 

1977 Mirage Bowl 




The Heffner family (clockwise from lower left): Shelby. Molly, Katie, Bob and Nancy. 



Pa., school. Lafayette claimed Patriot League champi- 
onships in 1988 and '94. 

Between his coaching stops at Lafayette, Heffner 
spent four years in the professional ranks. He served 
as the director of player personnel and offensive co- 
ordinator for the Arena League champion Tampa Bay 
Storm in 1993 and as offensive line and running backs 
coach for the British Columbia Lions of the Canadian 
Football League. 

During his time with British Columbia, the Lions' 
Doug Flutie was voted the CFL's Most Valuable Player 
after setting the league record for passing yards in a 
season, and Jim Mills was named the league's Most 
Valuable Offensive Lineman in 1990 and '91. 

Heffner began his collegiate coaching career with 
Illinois State as the interior defensive line coach in 
1981 before taking over as offensive line coach dur- 
ing a seven-year slay with the Redbirds. Under his guid- 
ance, Illinois State had two offensive linemen earn All- 
American recognition and eight claim first team all- 
conference honors. In addition, three hacks posted 
1, 000-yard rushing seasons. 

A 1979 graduate of Temple, Heffner earned three 
letters as an offensive guard and played on Owl learns 
that made Mirage Bowl appearances in ' and 78. 
He then served as a graduate assistant coach at his 
alma mater in 19"9. helping the Owls to a Garden 
State Bowl victory over California that same year. 

Heffner, li, and his wife. Nancy, have thice daugh- 
ters. Kalie. Mollv and Shelbv. 





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Defensive Line 



Levern Belin is in his firsi season as defensive 
line coach with the Terrapins following a five 
year sta\ in a similar position at Hall Slate I in 
versify, 

Belin was named to his current post this past March 

' altera brief stay at the I niversitj ol Connecticut, where 

he was named the Huskies defensive line coach in 

December 1998. Prior to his Connecticut move, he 

was stationed at Ball Slate, where he helped guide one 

of the lop run defenses 



f \ in the Mid-American 

Conference 

3|* At Ball State, Belin 

coached the outside 
linebackers his first year 
before handling the de- 
fensive ends for his final 
four seasons, I nder 
Belin's guidance, the 
Cardinals' defensive ends helped the Cardinals' de- 
fense rank first in the MAC and 34th in the nation in 
fewest yards allowed in I 1 ) 1 )", 






In addition, Belin helped Ball State's defense rank 
second in the MAC in rushing defense and scoring 
defense in 19%. while ranking lSih nationally in scor- 
ing defense and 26th in rushing defense. The 19% 
team also ranked 32nd in the nation in total defense. 
Ball State's 1996 defense ranked first in the MAC in 
passing defense and second in scoring defense and 
total defense. Nationally the Cardinals were fourth in 
the country in passing and total defense and 15th in 
scoring defense in 199s. 

Belin launched his college coaching career in 1 99 1 
as a graduate assistant coach at Boston College, where 
he coached the defensive hacks. In 1992. he was 
named to a full-time position on the Staff at Boston 
University as defensive line coach. He then spent one 
season as an assistant coach at East Tennessee Stale 
coaching the linebackers prior to joining the staff at 
Ball State. 

\ 19 l ) I graduate of Wake Forest. Belin was a three- 
year letterwinner and three-year starter at inside line- 
backer for the Demon Deacons under Bill Dooley from 
1988-90. 



The Belin File 



Personal 
Date of Birth Vug. 20. [969 

Hometown Marseille, N.C. 

Alma Mater Uake Forest 'II 

Year at Maryland 1st 

Coaching History 
Maryland 

Defensive Line 1999 

Ball State 

Defensive Line 1995-98 

Outside Linebackers 1994 

East Tennessee State 

Linebackers 1993 

Boston University 

Defensive Line 1 992 

Boston College 

Defensive Backs 1991 

Bowl History 

1996 Las Vegas Bowl 



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MIKE GUNDY 




Wide Receivers 



Mike Gundy, a four-year starting quarterback 
at Oklahoma State who still figures promi- 
nently in the Cow hoys' record hook, joined 
Maryland's staff in 1997 as wide receivers coach. 

Prior to his arrival in College Park. Gundy spent 
one season as an assistant coach at Baylor (l l )%) 
and six seasons ;ls an assistant coach at Oklahoma 
State ( 1990-95). At Baylor. Gundy was the Bears pass- 
ing game coordinator and quarterbacks coach; at 
Oklahoma State, he 
started out as wide re- 
ceivers coach, took over 
as quarterbacks coach 
in 1992, and was el- 
evated to offensive coor- 
dinator in 1994. 

During his four sea- 
sons as a starting QB at 
Oklahoma State (1986- 






The (iundv lainih: Mike, Gavin and Kristen. 



89), Gundy established most major school passing 
records and finished his career as the Big Eight's all- 
time leader in total offense. A three-year team cap- 
tain, (iundv led the Cowboys to a cumulative record of 
29-14 as a starter. Major school records set by Gundy 
included passing yards in a game (429) and season 
(2,203); career ( 58.3 percent) and season (64.8 per- 
cent) completion percentage; and completions in a 
game (2") and season (170). 

Gundy, who shared the same hackfield with two of 
football's greatest tailbacks (Barry Sanders and 
Thurman Thomas ) . helped lead the Cowboys to back- 
to-back 10-2 seasons in 198" and '88. Oklahoma Stale 
defeated West Virginia in the '87 Sim Bowl and Wyo- 
ming in the '88 Holiday Bowl. His 2, Ids passing v aids 
in '87 ranked him second in the NC \ V Thai same year. 
Oklahoma State led the nation in touchdowns ("()) 
and points scored (^11). (iundv was selected to plaj 
in the 1990 Japan Bowl following his senior season. 

The 32-year-old Gundy and his wife. Kristen, have 
one son. Gavin. Gundy s brother. Cale. was a lour year 
starting quarterback at Oklahoma. 



The Gundy File 



Personal 

Date of Birth \ug. 12. 1967 

Hometown Midwest City. Okla. 

Alma Mater Oklahoma Slate '90 

Year at Maryland 3rd 

Coaching History 
Maryland 

Wide Receivers 1997- 

Baylor 

Passing Game Coordinator 

Quarterbacks 1996 

Oklahoma State 

Offensive Coordinator 

Quarterbacks/Receivers 1990-95 

Bowl History 

1988 Holiday Bowl 

1987 Sun Howl 



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CRAIG JOHNSON 




Quarterbacks 



Craig Johnson, who coached alongside Ron 
Vanderlinden during the resurgence ol 
Northwestern 's football program, i> in his third 
Season as the Terps' quarterbacks coach. 

\ former starting quarterback at die I diversity of 
Wyoming, Johnson in 1997 tutored Brian Cummings, 
whose completion percentage (60. 1%) was the se\ 
enth-besl in I niversity of Maryland history, \t North- 
western, he oversaw the Wildcat quarterbacks for five 
seasons, including quar- 
terback Steve Schnur, 
who was tin' Bis; lens 
pass efficiency cham- 
pion in 1996, and l.cn 
Williams, who finished 
his career as the fifth- 
leading passer in confer- 
ence history. Ml told, he 
coached three \\ ildcal 
quarterbacks to All-Bin 
Ten honors in five seasons. 

Johnson has coached on four teams thai advanced 
to bowl games, including Northwestern squads that 
played in the 1996 Rose and 1997 Citrus bowls, lie 






The Johnson Uuiiilv: Shelby, Craig, Sydney and Dariene. 



also coached in the 1985 Peach Bowl while at \rm\ 
and the 1984 Liberty Bowl while at Arkansas. 

Prior to his stint at Northwestern. Johnson served 
as offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach for 
three seasons ( 1989-91) at Virginia Military Institute. 
During that time, the \ MI offense ranked fifth nation- 
al^ in total offense in 1990 and first nationally in rush- 
ing offense in 199 1 V Mi's quarterback, Tony Scales, 
ended his career as the second-leading rusher among 
quarterbacks in Division 1-AA history 

Johnson entered the collegiate coaching ranks as 
a graduate assistant at his alma mater. Wyoming, in 
1983. After one season on the Cowboys' staff, he joined 
Arkansas' program as a graduate assistant in 198-1. 
when the Razorbacks played in the Liberty Bowl In 
l l ),Ss. he was a pail-time assistant running backs coach 
at Army. Johnson then moved on to Rutgers, where he 
served as running backs coach for three seasons 
(1986-88) 

Johnson was a three-year letterwinner as a quar- 
terback at Wyoming, throwing for more than 1,100 
yards and seven touchdowns in a starting role his se 
nior season of 1982 

Johnson. 39, and his wife, Dariene. have two daugh- 
ters, Shelln and Sydney. 



The Johnson File 



Personal 

Date of Birth March 3, I960 

Hometown Aurora. Colo. 

Alma Mater Wyoming '83 

Year at Maryland 3rd 

Coaching History 
Mary land 

Quarterbacks 1997- 

Offensive Coordinator 1997-98 

Northwestern 

Quarterbacks 1992-96 

Virginia Military Institute 
Offensive Coordinator 

Quarterbacks 1989-91 

Rutgers 

Running Backs 1986-88 

Army 

Running Backs 1985 

Arkansas 

Graduate .Assistant 198 i 

Wyoming 

Graduate Assistant l l )N3 

Bowl History 

1997 Citrus Bowl 

1996 Rose Bowl 

1985 Peach Bowl 

1984 Libertv Bowl 



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MIKE LOCKSLEY 



Running Backs/ 

Recruiting 

Coordinator 

Mike Locksley, who helped oversee one of the 
country's most improved rushing units last 
year, is in his third season in charge of 
Maryland's running hacks. Last season, the Terps reg- 
istered the nation's sixth-biggest jump in rushing yards 
per game, nearly doubling their output from the pre- 
vious season, and tailback LaMont Jordan earned sec- 
ond team All-ACC honors. 

Two years ago under 
Locksley s tutelage. Jor- 
dan hroke most major 
Maryland freshman 
rushing standards on 
way to finishing runner- 
up for ACC Rookie of the 
Year honors. 

Locksley also serves 
as the Terps' recruiting 
coordinator. 
Born Christmas Day 1969 in Washington, D.C., 
Locksley is a 1992 graduate of Tow son University, 
where he was a three-year starter in the Tigers' 
backfield from 1988-9 1. Locksley, who started one 
year at cornerback and two at safety, was named his 
team's defensive MVP as a senior. He finished 19th on 
the school's all-time tackles list. Locksley also was a 
member ofTowson's basketball team during the 1991- 
92 season. 

A graduate of Towson in business administration, 
Locksley began his coaching career overseeing spe- 






The Locksley family (clockwise from lower left): Meiko, Kia. Mike, Kai. Kori and Mike. Jr. 

cial teams and defensive backs at his alma mater in 
1992. He moved on to the Naval Prep Academy in 
Newport, R.I.. where he served as defensive coordi- 
nator, defensive line coach and head track and field 
coach. 

In 1995. Locksley was named an assistant coach 
at the University of the Pacific in Stockton. Calif., where 
he oversaw the outside linebackers and special teams. 
He then returned to the East Coast, accepting a posi- 
tion coaching the wide receivers and tight ends at 
Army. During his one-year stint at Army, the Cadets 
defeated rival Navy and appeared in the Independence 
Howl. At Army, he helped develop tight end Ron 
l.eshinski, who earned All-Hast honors. 

Locksley, 29. and his wife, Kia, have three sons. 
Mike, Jr., Meiko ami Kai. ami a daughter. Kori. 




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DOUG MALLORY 




Defensive Backs 



Doug Mallory, an honorable mention Ml- tateri- 
can safety during his playing days al Michi 
gan, joined the Maryland coaching staff in 
1997 after spending the previous three seasons coach- 
ing the defensive backs and special teams al Indiana 
University. 

I rider Mallory's guidance, Maryland's 1998 sec 
ondary showed tremendous improvement statistically, 
ranking as the country's 1 ith most improved unii in 
NCAA pass efficiency de- 
fense ratings. The Terps 
picked oil 13 passes last 
season, including an 
\CC- and school-record 
tying seven in a road win 
vs Duke. 

Son of former Indi- 
ana head coach Bill 
Mallory, Doug is in his 





Tin- Mallon famih: F.milv. Doug. Sarah. Lisa and Allison 



1 2th season coaching at the collegiate level. He began 
his coaching career in 1988 as a graduate assistant at 
Indiana before taking an assistant coaching job for 
one season (1989) at Army. He then moved on to 
Western Kentucky for a four-year stay, spending his 
last two seasons as defensive coordinator. L'nder his 
guidance, the Hilltoppers' defense finished 18th na- 
tional in final statistical rankings in 1993. 

As a player. Mallory totaled 182 tackles and six 
interceptions at Michigan during his four-year career. 
The Wolverines played in four major howl games — 
the Sugar. Holiday Fiesta and Rose — and shared the 
1986 Big Ten championship during his five-year stay. 
As a senior co-captain, he earned second team All-Big 
Ten honors and honorable mention Associated Press 
All-America recognition after finishing second on the 
team in tackles ( 7 1 1 . 

\ 10,S,s graduate of Michigan with a degree in sports 
management and communications. Mallon. 34, and 
his wife. Lisa, have three daughters. Emily, Allison and 
Sarah. 



The Mallory File 



Personal 

Dare of Birth Nov. 2, 1964 

Hometown DeKalh. Ill 

Alma Mater Michigan '88 

Year at Maryland 3rd 

Coaching History 
Maryland 

Defensive Backs 1997- 

Indiana 
Defensive Backs 

Special Teams IW-i-% 

Western Kentucky 
Defensive Coordinator 
Defensive Backs 
Special Teams 

Inside Linebackers 1990-93 

Army 

Offensive Line 1989 

Indiana 

Graduate Assistant 1988 

Bowl History 

1988 Liberty Bowl 

198" Hall of Fame Bowl 

1986 Rose Bowl 

1985 Fiesta Bowl 

1984 Hobday Bowl 

1983 Sugar Bowl 



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DANNY ROCCO 



Outside Linebackers 



Damn Rocco is in his second season as the 
Terps' outside linebacker coach after spend- 
ing the previous four seasons on the coach- 
ing staff at the University of Texas 

Last season, his first at Maryland, Rocco was re- 
sponsible for two of the team's top (adders — line- 
backers Aaron Thompson (87 tackles) and Peter 
Timmins (84). 

Rocco. who served on John Mackovic's staff at 
Texas, coached the out- 
side linebackers his first 



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three seasons with the 
Longhorns and served 
as defensive ends coach 
and special teams coor- 
dinator in 1997. The 
Longhorns won the in- 
augural Big 12 champi- 
onship game in 1996 
and played in three 




The Rocco family: Julie, D.n id. Amy and Danny. 



Personal 

Date of Birth July 16. 1%0 

Hometown Pittsburgh. Pa. 

Alma Mater Wake Forest '84 

Year at Maryland 2nd 

Coaching History 
Maryland 

Outside Linebackers 1998- 

Texas 

Defensive Ends 
Outside Linebackers 

Special Teams 1994-97 

Boston College 

Defensive Line 1991-93 

Tulsa 

Outside Linebackers 

Strong Safeties 1988-90 

Colorado 

\sst. Inside Linebackers 198" 

Wake Forest 

Defensive Line 1986 

Graduate Assistant 1984-83 

Bowl History 

199" Fiesta Bowl 

1995 Sugar Howl 

199) Sun Bowl 

I99i CarquestBowl 

199.3 Hall of Fame Bowl 

1990 Independence Bowl 

1982 Tokyo Mirage Bowl 

1980 fiesta Bowl 

I 1 )"') LibertyBowl 



bowls during his stay, including the Fiesta. Sugar and 
Sun. 

Before joining Texas' staff, he was the defensive 
line coach at Boston College ( 1991-93 ) . outside line- 
backers/strong safeties coach at Tulsa ( 1 988-90 ) . as- 
sistant inside linebackers coach at Colorado ( 1987), 
and defensive line coach at Wake Forest ( 1986). He 
also spent the 1984 and '85 seasons on Wake's staff 
as a graduate assistant. At Boston College, he served 
under former Golden Eagles coach Tom Coughlin. and 
helped BO to back-to-back bowl appearances. 

A native of Pittsburgh. Pa., Rocco played two sea- 
sons at Perm State before transferring to Wake For- 
est. At Penn State, he earned a pair of letters and played 
in the 1979 Liberty Bowl and the 1980 Fiesta Bowl. At 
Wake Forest, he was a two-year starting linebacker 
and team captain in 198.5. 

All told. Rocco has participated in nine bowl games 
as a player and coach. 

Rocco is a 1984 graduate of Wake Forest with a 
bachelor's degree in speech communication. He 
earned his master's in education and counseling in 
198~. 

Part of a football coaching family, Rocco s lather. 
Frank, is an assistant athletic director at Penn Stale 
and was a successful high school coach in Western 
Pennsylvania prior to joiningJoePaterno's staff at Penn 
State in 1982. His brother. Frank. Jr.. is a former Penn 
State quarterback who currently is the athletic direc- 
tor and head football coach at Pittsburgh Shaler High 
School. His younger brother. David, is an assistant 
football coach at Pine Crest High School in Fort Lau- 
derdale. Fla. 

Rocco and his wife, Julie, have a son, David, and a 
daughter, \m\ 



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ELLIOT UZELAC 




Ellidi I zelac, a former major college head coach 
who is considered one of the top offensive line 
technicians in the country, joined Hon 
Vanderlinden's staff in Februarj l l ) l >x to oversee of- 
fensive centers and guards, 

In Ins first season on Maryland's staff, the Terra- 
pins ranked .is the nation's sixth most-improved rush- 
ing team in addition to greadj reducing the number 
of quarterback sacks allowed. 

The 58-year old 



I zelac brought 3 1 years 
of coaching experience 

twith him to College Park 
Y0^ ,■•»» \ — 30 at the collegiate 

level and one in the NFL. 
He most recend; served 
as offensive coordina- 
j. •> tor/offensive line coach 

™ — ™ .ii ilic I niM'isiiv n! Min- 
nesota in I 1 ) 1 ) - . 
Prior to Minnesota, he worked the l l ) l )i and '96 
seasons .is associate head coach and offensive coor- 
dinator at the I niversitj of Kentucky, where he over- 
saw a Wildcats' unit that committed just l(> turnovers 
in '95, fewest in school history In addition, the w lid- 
cats' 30 touchdowns in 1995 were the most since 1984 
and the 2-i rushing TD's were die most since 1974. 
The \\ ildcals' I l ) l )i rosier included tailback Moe Wil- 
liams, who rushed for 1,600 yards, established three 
SEC records and set IS school marks that season 
From 1993-94, he served as offensive coordina- 




tor at Colorado, directing a CI unit that led the Big 

Liejil in total offense both seasons and set or lied SS 
school records. Colorado's 1994 offense was led In 
Heisman Tropin winner Rashaan Salaam and Kordell 
Stewart 

\ l l )d i graduate ol Western Michigan, l zelac also 
has coached for the Cleveland Browns < 1992), ohm 
State (1991), Indiana (1990), Navj (head coach 1987 
89, assistant coach 1971-72), Michigan (1982-86, 
1973-74), Western Michigan (head coach 1975-81), 
and Bowling Green (1968-70, 1965). toiong the 
coaches he lias served under include lio 
Schenibechler. Bill McCartney, Don Nehlen and Bill 
Mallorv 

During Ins seven seasons as head coach at West 
era Michigan, he guided his alma mater to more Mid 




Elliot I zelac and his wife Wcndv 



American I onference victories than an) coach in 

school hislon to that point He was named M \( I oai h 

of the Year in 1976 Uzelac later served a three eai 
stint as head coach at the 1 S Naval Academy. 

I /el.ic (.lined a master's degree in physical edu 
cation from Bowling Green m 1966. He and his wife, 

Wcndv, have two children. Lisa and Nick, and one 
granddaughter, Jordan. 



The Uzelac File 



Personal 

Date ol Birth |nl\ 24, 1941 

Hometown dan, Iml 

Mm. i Mater Western Michigan '64 
Year at Maryland 2nd 

Coaching History 
Maryland 

Offensive Guards/Centers I W<- 

Minnesota 

Offensive Coordinator I 1 ) 1 )" 

Kentucky 
\ssoeiate Bead Coach 

Offensive Coordinator 1995 96 

Colorado 

Offensive Coordinator 1993 94 

Cleveland Browns 

Assistant Coach 1992 

Ohio State 
Assistant Head Coach 

Offensive Coordinator I') l )l 

Indiana 

Offensive Line 1990 

Navy 

Bead Coach 1987-89 

Michigan 

Offensive Line 1982 86 

Western Michigan 

Head Coach 1975-81 

Michigan 

Offensive Line 1973-74 

Navy 

Offensive Line 1971-72 

Bowling Green 
Offensive Coordinator 

Offensive Line 1968-70 

Bowling Green 

(iraduale Assistant 1965 

Bowl History 

1994 Fiesta Bowl 

1993 \loha Bowl 

1992 Hall of Fame Bowl 

1991 Peach Bowl 

1987 Rose Bowl 

1986 Fiesta Bowl 

loss Holidaj Bowl 

I os i Sugar Bowl 

1983 Rose Bowl 



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DWIGHT GALT 



Head Strength and 
Conditioning Coach 



wight Gait, a member of the Terps' strength 
staff since 1989, is in his sixth year as 
Maryland's head strength and conditioning 
coach. His responsibilities include managing the 
department's three training facilities and coordinat- 
ing strength and conditioning programs for the Terps' 
25 varsity sports, with 
special emphasis on 
football and men's bas- 
ketball. 

Gait, who earned his 
bachelor's degree in 
business management 
( 19X1) and his master's 
degree in exercise 
physiology ( 1989) from 
the University of Man- 
land, is certified by the International Spoils Science 
Association. He is a member of the National Strength 
and Conditioning Association and the United States 
Powerlifting Federation. 

During his time in College Park, he has worked 
with a number of teams which have advanced to na- 







DlRECTOR OF 

Video Services 



Todd Hobin, the ACC's co-video coordinator of 
the year in 1998-99, is in his eighth season as 
Maryland's director of video services. Hobin's 
video expertise aliows him to service the Terps' foot- 
ball program from his state-of-the-art lab in the foot- 
ball building 

Hobin and his staff 
videotape all of the 
Terps' football practices 
and games and then 
emplo\ a sophisticated 
editing system to break 
down the footage lor use 
by the coaches. 

Prior to being 
named the Terps' direc- 
tor of video services, 
Hobin was on the coaching staff at Cornell for three 
years! 1989-91)- During his stint with the Big Red, he 
helped coach the running backs and served as the 
freshman team's offensive coordinator. In 1991), the 





The Gait family (clockwise from lower left): Teri, Tom. Dwight, Jan. Dwlght IV and Angie. 

tional postseason play, including the 198-t ACC and men's basketball tournament teams. 

Sun Bowl championship football team, and the Terps' The 42-year-old Gait and his wife, Jan, have four 

1985, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998 and 1999 NCAA children: Angie, Teri, Dwight IV and Tom. 



TODD HOBIN 




The Hobin family: Todd. Bryce and Candice. 



Big Red won the By League championship. Before join- 
ing the Cornell stall, he served on the staff at Ithaca 
College as an assistant defensive backs coach and de- 
fensive coordinator for the junior varsity Ithaca cap- 
tured the 1988 Division III national championship. 



A native ot Holland Patent, N.Y., Hobin graduated 
cum laude from Cortland State, where he was a three 
year lellennan at running back and punter. I lohin trans 
ferred to Cortland State from Hamilton College, where 
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Assistant Recruiting 
Coordinator 



Tom Deahn was named :issist;uii recruiting co- 
ordinator this past March following a five-year 
slim ;K St. Norberl College in DePere, Wise, 
ffhere he spent time as assistant head coach, recruit- 
big coordinator, offensive coordinator and offensive 
line coach, 

During each of the 
last three seasons, 
Dean's offenses at St. 
Norbert set school 
records for single-sea- 
son all-purpose yards 
while ranking among the 
national statistical lead- 
ers. Prior to his arrival 
at St, Norbert, he spent 

three years at Catholic University in Washington. D.C.. during his stay. Catholic's defense ranked second in 
where he was the recruiting coordinator while han- the country in 1993. He played collegiately at Ilcidel- 
dling offensive line and defensive coordinator duties berg College in Ohio. 





I'll e Deahn family: Tom, Amanda and Dawn. 



MATT 
HACHMANN 

Director of Football 
Operations 



JOHN 
DIGNAN 



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Graduate 
Assistant 



Deahn and his wife, Dawn, have a daughter. 
Amanda. 



ANDREW 
HOFFMAN 

Graduate 
Assistant 



Matt Hachmann joined the University of Mary - 
land football program in March as director 
of football operations after spending the 
previous two seasons as a graduate assistant coach at 
the I niversitj of Oklahoma. 

Hachmann. 27, is a 
1993 graduate of the 
I Diversity of St Thomas 
in St. Paul, Minn., where 
he earned a bachelor's 
degree in marketing 
while lettering in foot- 
ball as an offensive line- 
man and lettering in 
baseball. Prior to join- 
ing the Oklahoma staff. Hachmann spent two years as 
a graduate assistant coach at Northern Illinois Univer- 
sity in addition to earning his mister's degree in sports 
management at Nil . 

At Maryland, Hachmann's administrative respon- 
sibilities with the Terps include daily management of 
the football program, including operations, team travel 
and schedule coordination. 

Hachmann and his wife, kimberly. have a daugh- 
ter. Rien (3). 



J 




ohn Dignan is in his first season as a graduate 
assistant coach with the Terrapins. Dignan will 
work with the defensive coaching staff, concen- 
trating his efforts on the secondary. 
A three-year letter-man at linebacker during his play- 
ing days Michigan State. 
Dignan was an .All-Aca- 
demic Big Ten selection 
in 1990 and 1991 while 
with the Spartans. 

Prior to accepting 
his current assignment 
at the University of Mary- 
land, Dignan was a 
teacher and football 
coach in the Vpsilanti (Mich.) public school system in 
199(i. He also has worked in the public school sys- 
tems in Detroit and Belleville, Mich. He earned 
bachelor's degrees in social sciences (199-0 and com- 
munications ( 1993) from Michigan State. 

Dignan has spent time as a volunteer at Eastern 
Michigan University youth camps and was a player/ 
coach for a French/American football team in Paris. 
He is currently working on master s degrees in his- 
tory at Eastern Michigan University and in social sci- 
ence at Wavne State University. 




Andrew Hoffman joined the Maryland coaching 
staff as a graduate assistant coach this past June 
and will work primarily with the Terrapins of- 
fensive line. 

A 1990 graduate of John Carroll University in 
Cleveland, Hoffman has 
spent the past seven sea- 
sons as an assistant 
coach at Washington 
( Diversity in St. Louis, 
working with the offen- 
sive line, linebackers 
and defensive line. He 
also spent six years as 
the team s recruiting co- 
ordinator in addition to serving as an assistant track 
and field coach and assistant strength coach. Wash- 
ington University won three conference titles during 
his seven seasons as an assistant. 

He previously was a defensive line coach in 1990 
and 1991 at .Allegheny College in Pennsylvania, help- 
ing the Gators to a Division III national title in 1990. 
.As a student-athlete. Hoffman was a four-year 
letterman and an all-league selection during his play- 
ing career at John Carroll. 

He is married to the former Trade Green. 




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SUPPORT STAFF 




Karyl Henry 

Admin. Assistant to 

Head Coach 




Ron Ohringer 

Head Equipment 

Manager 




Mona Felder 

Admin. Assistant to 

Off. Coordinator 




Pat Gallagher 

Assistant Equipment 

Manager 




Chris Nevitte 

Admin. Assistant to 

Def. Coordinator 




Damian Stephens 
Assistant Strength & 
Conditioning Coach 




Tim Strachan 
Student 
Assistant 




Corliss White 
Assistant Strength & 
Conditioning Coach 




Barry Kagan 
Assistant Strength & 
Conditioning Coach 




Bunk Carter 

Head 
Groundskeeper 




Bill Reinhold 

Assistant 

Groundskeeper 




Joe Pruitt 
State 
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TERRAPIN RECRUITING VOLUNTEERS 



The Terrapin Recruiting Volunteers are a group 
of undergraduates dedicated t<> helping the Mary- 
land football program win the ACC title. The or- 
ganization works year-round assisting the coach- 
ing staff in a variety of ways, including recruiting 
and special events such as Open House. Academic 
Day, .ind Junior Day Members of the Terrapin 
Recruiting Volunteers often help at alumni events 
ami in the football office. The group meets regu- 
larl) and attends one road game together. Vny- 
one interested in joining the Terrapin Recruiting 
Volunteers should contact Tom Deahn at (301) 

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Tidbits 

•Quarterback Randall 
Jones (left) enters fall 
camp No. 1 on the 
depth chart. 

• The Terps return 17 
starters - 10 on of- 
fense, six on defense 
and one specialist. 

• Maryland s biggest 
task on defense will be 
replacing departed 
linebackers Eric Barton 
and Kendall Ogle, who 
ranked No. 1 and No. 2 
in the ACC in tackles. 



I n This 
Section. , 

1999 Season Outlook... 
Preseason Depth Chart 

Alphabetical Roster , 

Pronunciation Guide .... 

Numerical Roster , 

Terps by State 

Personnel Breakdown ... 
4 Walk-Ons at Maryland ... 



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1999 SEASON OUTLOOK 




University of Maryland enters its third season 
of the Ron Vanderlinden era with continued 
expectations of improvement and visions of 
upward movement in the Atlantic Coast Conference 
standings. 

Strapped with a depleted roster in years one and 
two of his rebuilding efforts at Maryland, Vanderlinden 
built heavily with freshmen and sophomores, result- 
ing in one of the youngest and most inexperienced 
Division I starting lineups in the country. Maryland 
routinely employed more than 20 freshmen and sopho- 
mores on its two-deep last season, starling as many as 
eight underclassmen in all but one game of 1998. 

Those classes, now sophomores and juniors, are 
buoyed by one of the Terrapins' most successful re- 
cruiting efforts in recent years, and Vandy and the Teips 
look excitedly to the 1999 campaign, anticipating con- 
tinuity, greater experience and depth to result in im- 
provement in the Teqis' grid fortunes. 

Utilizing a bolstered offensive attack which fea- 
tures a quick-hitting, explosive running game, Mary- 
land was one of the most improved rushing teams in 
the nation. Its running game was the sixth-most im- 
proved of all Division I teams from 1997. Further, the 
defense echoed those same improvement numbers, 
ranking among the top 15 most improved teams na- 
tionally in total defense, scoring defense and passing 
defense. Where Maryland's average score differential 
in 1997 was 17.7, it plummeted to just 8.0 last sea- 
son, as the Terps challenged virtually every opponent 
into the fourth quarter. 

The goal before the Terps, now, is simple. Con- 
tinue to transfer those improvement numbers from 
yardage into points and. ultimately, victories. 




Quarterbacks 

Unlike a year ago when no true starter was estab- 
lished after the 1997 season, the Teqis entered spring 
1 999 with an incumbent starter intact. Like last spring 
and fall, however, an interesting competition is ex- 
pected — this season between sophomore Randall 
Jones and redshirt freshman Calvin McCall. Jones 
started four games in 1998, and played in 10, while 
asserting himself as the team's starting QB late in the 
season. He brought new athleticism to Maryland's 
quarterback position and aided in minimizing nega- 
tive yardage due to the Terps' former dropback pass- 
ing game. 

"Randall showed steady improvement in run- 
ning the offense and developing as a passer, " says 
Vanderlinden of Jones. "He also displayed the tre- 
mendous ability to run with the football when the 
opportunity presented itself." 

Leading the competition with Jones is the highly- 
touted McCall, who some thought coming into the 
Maryland camp last season was the most talented of 
all of Maryland's quarterbacks. Tall, at 6-3, and ath- 
letically gifted, McCall is presumed to he a more ex- 
plosive passer. He learned the offense during the 199S 
season as the third-team QB, but never saw action. 

"Calvin emerged from spring practice a very 
close No. 2 to Randall. Both young quarterbacks 
have improved significantly during their first year 
at the University of Maryland, "says Vanderlinden. 

Senior Trey Evans, who tore his anterior cruciate 
ligament in his knee last August while competing for 
the starting job, is on the road to complete recovery 
and competing for the post again. He saw action in all 
11 games of 1997 as a holder for placement kicks, 
but threw just one pass. 

Other competitors in the quarterback chase are 
redshirt sophomores Gil Harris and Erik Lipton, who 
saw time last season on scout teams, and incoming 
freshman Latrez Harrison, one of the nation's top prep 
QB's last year. 

Adds Vanderlinden. "Latrez is a very highly re- 
garded freshman who will be given an opportunity 
to work into the quarterback depth this fall " 




Quarterbacks 


No. Name 


Hgt Wgt CI. Hometown 


5 Trey Evans 


6-1 180 Sr. Austin, Texas 


18 Gil Harris 


6-1 218 So. VirginlaBeach.Va. 


4 Latrez Harrison 


6-3 21-4 Fr, Atlanta. 0a. 


12 Randall Jones 


6-2 212 So. Frederick, Md. 


6 Erik Upton 


6-3 206 So. Crofton, Md. 


l ) Cabin McCall 


6-3 18') RFr. Miami, Ma. 



Brad Messina (kit). Randall Jones (center) and Jason 
Hatala (right) will all be kej performers on offense. 



Running Backs 



The running back position has continued lo blos- 
som with juniors LaMont Jordan and Malt Kalapinski 
forming one of the most powerful, quick-hilling tan- 



Man Kalapinski 

emerged as one of 

the best fullbacks in 

the ACC in 1998. 




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dems on the East Coast. 

Jordan, halfway to the Maryland school rushing 
record after two seasons, has put together seven 100- 
yard rushing games in his freshman and sophomore 
seasons. Meanwhile, as Jordan has ranked among ACC 
rushing leaders for two years, Kalapinski quietly bulled 
his way among ACC leaders a year ago while averaging 
-t.9 yards per carry. Between them, the duo has started 
27 games in the last two seasons, with still two years 
to go. 

Jordan, at tailback, finished third in the ACC in 
rushing with 900 yards in barely 10 games of action, 
and just missed becoming the fourth player in Terp 
history to rush for 1,000 yards in a season. He devel- 
oped a knack for the long-gainer late in the season. 
ripping off runs of 39, 46, 49 and SI) yards in his last 
three games. Overall, he averaged 33. S yards on his 
six I'D runs in 1998. 

"LaMont combines size and speed, which 
makes it difficult for defenses to contain him. "says 
Vanderlinden. 

At fullback, Kalapinski emerged in 1998 as "one 
of the league's best. " according lo Vanderlinden. He 
was second among Terrapin rushers with 388 yards 
on 75 carries. He rambled for 87 yards on eight car- 
ries ai Virginia, and 80 yards on 1 1 runs the following 
week al West Virginia lo quickly establish Mankind's 
new emphasis on powering the ball up the field. 

\losl impressive among Terp backups has been 
one-time walk-on Mookie Sikyala. who enters the fall 
season No. 2 behind Ionian alter an impressive spring 
at tailback. He transferred two seasons ago from 
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1999 SEASON OUTLOOK 



". Wookie displayed the elusiveness to make de- 
fenders miss, " says Vanderlinden, "and the speed 
wo go the distance on several occasions. " 

Senior tailback I larold \\ estley carried "8 
linn's for 296 yards and started earlj games 
asi season. The three-year veteran boasts ca- 
reer numbers of 200 carries and 710 yards for 
i 3,6 average. Westlej is listed No. 3 on the tailback 
Jepili chart, just ahead of newcomer Gavin DeFreitas 
- a former 1,000-yard rusher ai Western Maryland 
tUlege who enters Maryland as a fifth-year senior 
Balk-on. Another who should figure into the depth 
feture at tailback is freshman Bruce Perry, last 
season's Philadelphia area offensive player of the year. 

"lie have experience wilh Westley and 

BeFreitas in our backfield, " says Vanderlinden. 

Wcsllcy brings outstanding speed to the position, 

chile Dei/vitas brings size and natural ability to 

iit the open hole. " 

Behind Kalapinski are sophomore Marc Riley, se- 
tior kenm Rogers and redshirt freshman Chad Killian. 
ffiSej entered the program as a tailback last season. 
uul with improved size and strength will work at the 
ullback position this season, also. 



Running Backs 



No. Name 


H.Ht 


WRt 


CI. 


Hometown 


38 Gavin DeFreitas 


5-11 


192 


Sr. 


Seabrook, Md. 


Is LaMont Jordan 


VII 


210 


[r. 


Forestville, Md. 


15 Man Kalapinski 


6-1 


11$ 


Jr. 


Marshfield, Mass. 


31 Chad Killian 


6-2 


234 


RFr. 


Pittsburgh, Pa. 


29 Luke Kim 


5-9 


ISO 


RFr. 


Silver Spring, Md. 


" Bruce Pern 


5-9 


185 


Fr. 


Philadelphia. Pa. 


.' Marc Rile) 


6-3 


220 


So. 


Coram, NY. 


■ H Kenny Rogers 


5-9 


200 


Sr. 


So. Brunswick, N.J 


49 MookieSikyalaJr 


5-8 


105 


Jr. 


l.anham. Md. 


1 8 Harold Westley 


5-7 


175 


Sr, 


Deerfield Beach, Ha 





Wide Receivers 



Also in place are the Terps' top three receivers 
rom last season -Jermaine Arlington, Moises Cruz 
ml Jason Hatala. 

"All three of our starting wide receivers have 
he speed to get deep and the ability to run with the 
'all after the reception, "says Yanderlinen while as- 
essing bis top receiving trio. "The wide receiver 
•osition may be the deepest position on our foot- 
Hill team. We have a lot of people who can make 
'lays. " 

Cruz, Mankind's top receiver over the last two 
easons combined, averaged 12.2 yards per catch 
ith 1 5 receptions and 1 8.5 yards in 1 998. The speed- 
ier Vrrington, meanwhile, came to the Terps as a 
inner track star at Memphis and immediately made 
is impact felt. Arlington caught 2.5 balls a year ago 
>r .506 yards and a 15.9 average. He was the Terps' 
?adtng receiver and kickoff return man in 1998. 
.inking third in Mankind history with 18.62 all-pur- 
ose yards per play. 



Junior Jason Hatala was consistent among the 
Terps' rotation, hauling in 10 aerials for 94 yards, as 
was fellow junior Omar Cheeseboro, who plucked 
seven passes for 88 yards. In 1997, Cheeseboro led 
all Terrapin receivers with four touchdowns. Sopho- 
more Guilian Gary lias displayed the potential to com- 
pete for significant playing time in 1999. 

Adds Vanderlinden. "Guilian served mainly as 
our punt returner last year. He had an outstanding 
spring and should be a big part of the Terps ' pass- 
ing attach. He has size, speed and elusiveness. Omar 
has always displayed the ability to make big plays. 
He and Guilian may be the surprises at wide re- 
ceiver this fall. " 

Incoming freshmen Scooter Monroe and Jafar 
Williams, and 199" letten\ inner Doug Patterson, are 
also among receiving coips contenders. 



Wide Receivers 


No. Name Hgt 


Wgt 


CI. 


Hometown 


32 Shawn Armstrong 6-3 


170 


So. 


Baltimore. Md. 


85 Jermaine Arlington 5-9 


173 


Sr. 


Landover. Md. 


3 Omar Cheeseboro 6-2 


189 


Jr. 


East Orange. N.J. 


80 Moises Cruz 5-11 


1"2 


!r- 


Germaotown, Md 


2 1 Guilian Can 0-0 


177 


So. 


Horseheads, N.V. 


89 Jason Hatala 5-10 


173 


Ir. 


Centreville. Ya 


23 MarkLebida 5-11 


181 


So. 


Edison, N.J. 


25 "Scooter" Monroe 6-1 


175 


Fr. 


Abington. Md. 


8-1 Doug Panerson 0-2 


204 


Jr. 


Shelby Twp, Mich. 


39 Maurice Shaw 0-0 


185 


RFr. 


Suitland. Md 


19 Jafar Williams 0-2 


185 


Fr. 


Philadelphia. Pa 



Tight Ends 



mother position of depth. Back are 1998 starter 
John Waerig and backups Eric James and Man Murphy 
along with 1997 starter Mike Hull. The tight end posi 
don perhaps most aptly defines Vanderlinden 's power 

philosophy while adapting from the run-and-shoot 
scheme of three years ago. 

The advent of the tight end at Mankind has helped 
transform the Terp offensive unit into a more versa 
file, more powerful offense Hull gave way last season 
to Wisconsin transfer Waerig. who established him 
self as one of the league's most dominant blockers 
Waerig also hauled in 12 catches for 1.59 yards lie 
had catches in five straight games to end the 1998 
season, and had seven for 90 yards in the final three 
games, alone. 

Says Vanderlinden. "John is one of the ACC\ 
best blocking tight ends, and was quickly emerg- 
ing as a receiving threat during the second balfoj 
the '98 season. He became one of Randall Jones 
favorite targets. " 

In fact, Waerig was the only tight end to catch a 
pass in 1998, but James and Murphy, both just redshirt 
sophomores, saw increased playing time as the sea 
son progressed. Maryland implemented a two-tight 
end formation at times as the tight end drew more 
and more attention in the Terps' changing and im- 
proving attack. 

"James and. Murphy both saw playing time last 
year and both have the potential to develop into 
good ACC tight ends, "says Vanderlinden. "Eric isa 
very capable tight end and should see considerable 
action as Maryland's second tight end this season 
All three backups have improved greatly and figure 
prominently in our offensive plans. " 



Tight Ends 




No. Name 


Hgt 


Wgt CI. 


Hometown 


82 Jeff Dugan 


0-4 


255 Fr 


Allison Park. Pa. 


02 Mike Hull 


6-5 


258 Jr. 


Hagerstown. Md. 


80 Eric James 


6-2 


252 So. 


Washington. DC. 


88 Matt Murphy 


6-5 


250 So. 


New Haven. Mich 


46 John Waerig 


6-2 


26" Sr. 


Philadelphia. Pa. 



Offensive Line 



Instrumental in Mankind's rushing improvement 
last season, and obviously credited with a drop in 
sacks, was the play of the Terps' offensive line tad 
now, it is on the offensive line that lies perhaps 
Mankind's greatest experience. .As Maryland enters 
1999. four starters return with only the hole at right 
tackle to be filled after the loss of graduated senior 
John Feugill. Seniors Brad Messina andjamie Wu, the 
Terps' elder statesmen of the offensive line, boast 5s 
combined starts. 

Messina heads the cast as he enters his senior 
campaign with 1 1 career starts over the last two sea- 
sons. A starter at left guard in 199". he switched to 



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1999 SEASON OUTLOOK 



left tackle a year ago and now is tabbed the Terps' 
most experienced and versatile lineman. 

"Brad Messina has the ability to be an AU-ACC 

player. He has the size, strength and athleticism to 
be one oftheACC's most dominant blockers, "says 
Vanderlinden, who returns more linemen this year 
than in either of his previous seasons. "And Jamie 
II it has made steady improvement for us. He is ex- 
pected to provide strong leadership and consistent 
performance again in 1999. " 

\\ n started all 1 1 games last season alongside 
Fetigill on the right side of the line. At the opposite 
guard was Mike George, who capably started in It) 




# 



Brad Messina 
anchors the 
Terps' offensive 

line from his 
tackle position. 




games as a redshirt freshman, and returns for his 
sophomore year. The other redshirt freshman who 
made probably the most striking impact was Melvin 
Fowler, Jr., whose starting assignment at center was 
drawn just two weeks after his switch from the defen- 
sive line. Fowler helped stabilize the position, and the 
line, while starting all 1 1 games and helping boost the 
production of the entire offense. Fowler, who injured 
a shoulder late in the season, missed spring hall dtie 
to surgery in December. 

"Melvin moved to center just 10 practices prior 
to the first game in 1998 and made steady improve- 
ment. " says Vanderlinden. "He definitely has the 
ability to develop into an All -ACC performer dur- 
ing his career at Maryland, combining size, 
athleticism and football awareness. " 

Added to the mix this season are a pair of junior 
backups, five redshirt freshmen and sophomores, and 
incoming freshmen Lamar Bryant and Ed Tyler. 

Tim Howard and Brett Trammel] both are junior 
tackles who have seen limited playing time through 
two seasons. Trammell is slated to hack up Messina. 
Howard and redshirt freshman Matt Crawford will 
compete for the starting right tackle position, vacated 
In Feugill. 

Redshirt sophomore Chris Snader enters fall 
camp as ,i reserve at lefl guard. Redshirt freshmen 
Bob KrantZ and Sam Man is fill roles at right guard 



and center, respectively. Joining the cast at center is 
converted tight end and redshirt freshman Todd \\ ike. 
who helped fill the position during spring with the 
absence of Fowler. W'ike's size and quickness helped 
spur a successful transition, moving him into conten- 
tion with Marvis for the No. 2 spot on the depth chart. 



Offensive Line 



No. Name 


Hgt 


Wgt 


CI. 


Hometown 


73 Lamar Brvant 


6-3 


260 


Fr. 


Clinton. Md. 


78 Matt Crawford 


6-6 


295 


RFr. 


Moravia, NY 


60 Nick Fisher 


6-7 


330 


Fr. 


Mars. Pa. 


67 Melvin Fowler, Ji 


6-3 


266 


So. 


tt heath Hgts.NA 


79 Mike Ceorge 


6-4 


290 


So. 


E, Hanover, N.J. 


Tim Howard 


6-4 


290 


|r. 


Leonardo, N.J. 


6-t Boh Krantz 


6-5 


270 


RFr. 


Clifton. Va. 


54 Sam Marvis 


6-3 


260 


RFr 


Greenshurg. Pa. 


"5 Brad Messina 


6-5 


288 


Sr. 


Bogota. \J 


51 Chris Snader 


6-5 


285 


So. 


Bishopville, Md 


74 Brett Trammel] 


6-5 


290 


Ir. 


Constanua, N.Y. 


61 Ed Tyler 


6-3 


275 


Fr. 


Franklinville, N.J. 


66 Todd Wike 


6-3 


265 


RFr 


Lebanon. Pa. 


76 Aaron Wormley 


6-5 


275 


Fr. 


Yeadon, Pa. 


56 Jamie Wu 


6-2 


285 


Sr. 


St. Charles, 111. 


^C "^Defensive 


Line 



Three starters return among four front positions 
for the Terps, who were among the nation's most im- 
proved teams in total defense, scoring defense and 
passing defense. Returning senior Delbert Cowsette 
has made 11 consecutive starts and came into his own 
last season as the Teqis' third-leading tackier. He leads 
a returning trio that includes 1998 sacks leader Peter 
Timmins and standout junior Kris Jenkins. Between 
them, the trio has earned eight letters and started 4.3 
games. 

Says Vanderlinden. "Cowsette is one of our veter- 
ans after starting in 1997 and 1998. Del had four games 
with double digit tackles and will again be our leader 
up front. He has All-ACC potential and anchors what 
should be a strong defensive line in 1998. " 

With Cowsette, Timmins and Jenkins, part-time 
starter Charles Hill and 1997 starter Erwyn Lyght, the 
Terps' defensive line not onl\ employs depth similar 
to its offensive counterparts, but should prove com- 
petitive for playing time. 

. Idas Vandy. "This position should be competi- 
tive Our young players performed well last year and 
shotted a lot of potential for the future Timmins 
was a definite bright spot for its last year, and he 
should have an outstanding senior year. He has 
added size and strength which should prove to be 
an asset to his conversion to defensive end. " 

Together. Cowsette and Timmins ranked third anil 
fifth on the team in tackles last season, w ith % and 84 
total tackles, respectively Both recorded six tackles 
for loss while Timmins posted 5.5 sacks to three lor 
Cowsette. 

( ',( iw setle starts at the nose position and is backed 
b\ redshirt junior Jon Watkinsand redshirt freshman 
Todd Bradley. 



Jenkins started eight games at the other tackle 
last season before missing the final three games will 
a pinched nerve in his shoulder. In his place, how 
ever, was true freshman Charles Hill, a sophomore n 
1999, who played well and should challenge for a start 
ing spot. Jenkins totaled .36 tackles while Hill, a part 
timer through most of the season, finished with Id ii 
his first college season. 

"Jenkins has the size, strength and speed to bi 
an outstanding player, and Hill displayed the abil 
ity and mobility to prove he can be a good player it. 
the ACC, "says Vanderlinden. 

Timmins anchors the defensive end position al 
ter helping to improve Maryland's sack numbers onh 
a year after moving from a brief experiment with tin 
Terp offense in 199". In his first year on the line 
Timmins started all 1 1 games as the Terps' rush line 
backer/end. but was moved to defensive end last sprins 
- filling the void left by Rasheed Simmons' grailuatioi 
and making room for a quicker and very athletic Lygh 
as the rush end. Lyght, who started nine games will 
62 tackles in 1997, suffered an injury during the '9<1 
spring and returned late last fall to see limited actior 
in seven games as Timmins' backup. He is called b' 
Vanderlinden, "one of Maryland's strongest and fast 
est players. " 

Redshirt freshmen William Shime and Durrani 
Roundtree are expected to add to the depth on tin 
defensive line, and both could play either end or inte 
rior positions. True freshmen Scott Smith and Erin 
Dumas may also provide backup help on the interioi 
defensive line. 

\iding Lyght at the rush position are returning 
senior Eric Calendine. sophomore linebacker Ryaii 
Swift and freshman Mike Whalev 




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Peter Tlmmlns 
will continue to 

lead the lerps 

sack ! < i' as 

a senior. 




Defensive Line 



No. Name 

"i- toddBradle) 

■t;i in- Calendine 

,01 Delbert Cowsette 
"2 Eric Dumas 

'■'W Charles Hill 
57 Kris lenkins 
99 Landon Jones 
90 laniarPerrin 



Hg. 
6-2 
6-3 
6-1 
6-6 
6-2 
6-5 
6-4 
6-3 



« s t CI. 

260 Kir 

2-ii Sr. 

J") Sr 
Fr 



285 

22i 
270 



I Durrani Rnundtrcc 6-3 



l )i William Sliiine 

"n Scon Smith 

•i" Peter nmmins 

ID Inn Wilkins 

Si MikeWhatev 



6-4 
6-4 
6-3 

ill 

6-1 



So 

Jr 

ii 
It. 
250 Kir 
253 Kir 
265 Ir 
257 Sr 
240 |r 
235 Fr 



1 loim low n 

Vorktown, \.i 
Piltsford. \ \ 
Cleveland, ohm 
\il.iiiu. Ga 
Palmer Park, Md 
Ypsilanrj. Mich. 
Marion, Ohio 
Temple Hills, Md 
Baltimore. Md 
Pi Washington, Md 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
Staten Island, \ .1 
Perth unboy, \ J 
Lexington, S.C 



pair of fumbles, 

'. Uirnii has the ability and potential to develop 
into an AU-ACC performer at linebacker. He has 
made an immediate impact on our program, "stirs 
Vanderlinden. 

Joining tin.* Baltimore native on the outside is an- 




LlNEBACKERS 



Gone are \ll- VCC performers Eric Barton and 
.endall Ogle win) last year were no doubt the soul of 
re terrapin defense. Barton was a Bfth-round draft 
linn e of the Oakland Raiders: Ogle a sixth-rounder 
A' the Cleveland Browns. 

First and second among Terp ladders for the lust 
•mi seasons, the Barton-Ogle tandem is gone, and in 
teir plaee are several youngsters readj to make their 
lark on the Man land program. 

"The iiuiiii challenge on defense." acknowl- 
dges Vanderlinden, "is to rep/ace trie Barton and 
endall Ogle. " 

Heading the casl this season, however, is sopho- 
iore standout Uron Thompson who a year ago came 
n in start all 1 1 names beside the Barton-Ogle duo. 
bompson anchors the outside linebucking post after 
egistering 87 stops last season, good for 7 9 tackles 
er game. He led Man land with nine tackles for loss 
bile adding a sack, a pass break-up. and causing a 




defenders 



other redsluri sophomore, Ryan Swift, who teamed 

Willi lliompson ill a 1-2 Capacity last season Swift 

played in all 1 1 games and was also a valuable ion 
tributor on special teams Swift could also see hum 
wiih Erwyn Lyghl as the Terps' rush end Thompson 
.md swilt are joined on the depth chart In true sopho- 

i i ore} smith. 

Backing Ogle last year was Marlon Moore, now a 
sophomore, who saw action in all 1 1 games .mil who 
emerged from sprint; practice as the apparent starter 
as the whip lineli.n kei < Ompeting with Moore is 
sophomore Reggie Lewis who saw line! playing time a 
year ago as a redshiri freshman. 

Vying lor Barton's vacated spot at the strong in 
side spot are sophomore Monte Graves and redshirt 

freshman E.J. Henderson 

Says Vanderlinden of Graves and Henderson 
"Both hair displayed the knack for getting to the 
football, a rugged style «/ plaj and the speed and 
movement in pick uji where line Barton left off 
They'll enter fall practice with equal chance to he 
named our starter at that position. " 

Mankind signed tour linebackers last sprint; - 
freshmen l.erov Ambush. Bernie Fiddler and Leon Joe. 
and sophomore transfer kc\m Bishop from South 
Florida. 

\tlds Vandy, "All four will hare an opportunity 
to compete for playing time at one of our three line- 
backer positions. " 



Lin ebackers 



No. Name 


Hgt 


Wjn 


CI. 


Hometown 


2-i Leroj unbush 


6-1 


ilu 


Fr. 


Frederick. Md. 


i'l Kevin Rishop 


u-2 


235 


So, 


St. Petersburg 1 la 


1 1 Bernie fiddler 


6-1 


2IS 


Fr 


Swedesboro \ I 


si Monte Graves 


6-0 


2 in 


So 


tanapolis, \ld 


t2 1. 1 Henderson 


b-1 


2Si 


RFr. 


Aberdeen. Md 


i2 Leon |oe 


6-1 


210 


Fr 


Clinton. Md 


53 Reggie Lewis 


6-0 


230 


So. 


Chicago. Ill 


4l Erwyn Lyghl 


h-0 


218 


Sr 


Westfield. N.J. 


$5 Marlon Moore 


6-1 


220 


So. 


Brandvuinc. Md 


is Core) Smith 


ill 


20S 


So. 


Mitchellville, Md 


-iS Ryan Swift 


d-l 


22-1 


So. 


Hinsdale 11! 


io Uron Thompson 


6-1 


226 


So. 


Baltimore. Md 


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ECONDARY 



One of Mankind's more improved areas a vear 
.mo is one that improves again in I 1 )'' 1 ) 

the secondary could he one of Maryland's 
strengths in I')')') "stales Vanderlinden. 

The biggest addition for the defensive secondary 
is the return of Lewis Sanders, who was Manland's 
besi defensive player during the I 1 ) 1 )" season. The 
Terrapins fastest plaver. he wits injured during the 
final game of 1997 and redshirted the 1998 campaign. 
Sanders shifts from his free safety post of two vears 
agi i li i fill a comer slot vacated list spring bv the gradu- 
ation oi Clifl Crosby 

Sanders, a junior, posted 74 tackles with four in- 
terceptions in '97 and plavs opposite Renard Cox wIk 
was tabbed the Terps most improved plaver last spring. 



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Lewis Sanders 

returns to the 

Terps after 

missing last 

season with an 

injury. 



Cox is a senior who saw regular action a year ago as a 
JC transfer filling roles both at safety and corner. He 
battles a promising youngster in sophomore Tony 
Okanlawon who won a starting post midway through 
his freshman campaign, and wound up recording six 
starts with 39 tackles. Cox finished his inaugural cam- 
paign with IS tackles, an interception and two pass 
breakups. 

Backing Sanders is senior Bryn Boggs. whose pro- 
ductive efforts resulted in six interceptions during 
spring drills. 

Safety slots are maintained b\ returning starter 
Shawn Forte and spring standout Tony Jackson. Forte, 
a junior, recorded 64 tackles and an interception from 
his strong safetj post last season. Jackson, a junior 
who also picked six passes during spring drills, used 
his spring production to move ahead of sophomore 
Rod Littles on the depth chart Littles was a projected 
starter on a pre-spring depth chart and should com- 
pete for considerable lime as a true sophomore. Jack- 
son and Littles both drew starting safetj assignments 
in 1998. 

"Porte has the ability to emerge as one of the 
ACC's better safeties while combining size, speed 
and growing awareness Shawn made steady im- 
provement during the 1998 season, says 



Vanderlinden, "and displayed the ability to make 
awareness plays during the last third of the season. 
He has a great deal of potential. " 

Of Jackson. Vanderlinden adds. "Tony has al- 
ways played with good football awareness. " 

Both Cox and redshirt freshman Tyrone Stewart 
could see backup time at either safety position. True 
freshmen Ed Simms, Andrew Smith, Jr. and Curome 
Cox will all have the opportunity to work into 
Mankind's depth picture in the secondary. 



S ECONDARY 


No. Name 


Hgt 


Wgt 


CI. 


Hometown 


26 Brm Boggs 


6-0 


184 


Sr. 


Downingtown, Pa. 


30 Curome Cox 


6-1 


200 


Fr. 


Arlington, Va. 


20 RenardCox 


6-0 


180 


Sr. 


Richmond, Va. 


1 l ) Kharv Darlington 


5-11 


103 


RFr. 


Dover, Del. 


1 3 Shawn Forte 


6-0 


106 


|r. 


Poughkeepsie. N.Y. 


2" Tony Jackson 


6-1 


202 


Jr- 


Ellicon Citv, Md. 


33 Rod Littles 


ill 


105 


So. 


Gainesville. Fla. 


30 TarikMcCaO 


5-8 


188 


RFr. 


Winter Springs. Fla 


1 1 Tom Okanlawon 


5-11 


180 


So. 


Forestville. Md. 


24 Chris Pope 


5-7 


166 


Sr. 


Upper Marlboro, Md. 


37 lewis Sanders 


6-1 


200 


Jr. 


Staten Island. N.Y, 


25 Carlton Saunders 


5-0 


1"4 


So. 


Baltimore, Md. 


36 Ed Simms 


6-3 


210 


Fr. 


Woodbridge. Va, 


23 Andrew Smith. Jr 


6-3 


205 


Fr 


Fort Meade. Md. 


20 Tyrone Stewart 


6-0 


186 


RFr. 


Washington, DC. 


43 Datyl Whitmer 


6-0 


186 


So. 


Waldorf, Md. 



Special Teams 

Junior Brian Kopka returns for his third seasoi 
as Maryland's starting kicker, and is a top candidal! 
for Lou Groza Award consideration. Kopka had a strini 
of 10 consecutive field goals at one point, includint 
four from 4() yards or longer, last season. His 12 fielo 
goals last season helped move him among Marylani 
career leaders after just two seasons, and his 10 fiek 
goals through September ranked tops in the countn 
Kopka's only miss inside of 45 yards last year wa: 
blocked vs. Florida State, and he converted 11 of 1 
extra-point attempts. 

Sean Starner, a backup in 1998, is ready to tak< 
over the punting job for the Terps. Long-snapper Scot 
Rudolph returns for his third consecutive season, ani 
is one of the ACC's better long snappers. 



No. Name 

58 John Helmer 
1" Brian Kopka 
23 Marklebida 



Hgt Wgt CI. Hometown 

6-1 188 Sr Silver Spring. Md 

5-7 166 Jr. Hollywood, Fla. 

5-11 181 So. Edison, N.J, 



8^ Scott Rudolph 6-4 232 Jr. Churchville, Md. 
10 Sean Starner 5-11 185 Jr Mechanicsburg, Pa 







>^X 



Brian Kopka 
will look (o 
huilil on his 

1 *>*>s season, in 

which he had a 

siring of i(> 
consecutive 
field noals. 



D TERRAP 






PRESEASON DEPTH CHART 




Offense 



Defense 



85 * Jcrmainc Amnion. 5-9, l"5, Sr. 

3 ** Omar Cheeseboro, 6-2, I89,jr. 



|45 ** MattKalapinski,6 1, 223, Jr. 
1 2 Marc Riley, 6-3, 220, So. 
831 Chad Killian, 6-2, 234, RFr 






Randall Jones. 0-2. 212, So. 
Calvin McCall, 6-3, 189, Kir 
Trej Evans, 6-1, ISO, Sr. 
Erik Upton, 6-3, 206, So. or 
Gil Harris, 6-1, 218, So 






|15 " LaMont Jordan, 5-11, 2l6,Jr. 
49 MookJeSikyalaJr., 5-8, 195, Jr. 

j 8 ** Harold Wesdey, 5-7, 175, Sr. 
|8 Gavin DeFreitas, 5-11, 192, Sr. 




21 * Guilian Gary, 6-0, 1"". So 
86 ** Moises Cruz, 5-11, 172, Jr. 





37 ** Lewis Sanders, 6-1, 200, J 
2d BrynBoggs,6 0, 184, Sr 



m 



-1 



Brad Messina, 6-5, 288, Sr. 
Brett Trammell, 6 5, 290, It 




41 *** Erwyn Lyght, 6-0, 218. Sr. 
93 Eric Calendine, 3, 245, Sr. 



"9 
SI 



Mike George, 6-4, 290, So. 
Chris Snader, 6-5, 285, So. 




67 

S4 
60 



Melvin Fowler.Jr., 6-3, 266, So. 
Sam Marvis, 6-3, 260, RFr. or 
Todd Wike, h-3, 26s, RFr. 



56 " Jamie Wu, 6-2. 285, Sr. 
64 Bob Krantz, 6-5, 270, RFr. 



50 



Tim Howard. 6-4. 290. Jr. or 
"8 Matt Crawford. 6-6, 295. RFr. 





P° 



46 * John Waerig, 6-2. 26", Sr. 

80 * Eric James, 6-2, 252, So. 

88 * Matt Murphy. 6-5, 250, So. or 

92 * Mike Hull, 6-5, 258, Jr. 



SO "• Jason Halala. V 10. Ps. Jr. 
84 * Doug Patterson, 6-2, 204, Jr. 





Marlon Moore. 6-1. 220. So 
Reggie Lewis, 6-0, 230, so 



Kris Jenkins. 6-5, 285, Jr. 
Charles Hill, 6-2, 282. So 
Durrand Roundlrec, 6-3, 250. RFr 



27 ** Tony Jackson, 6-1, 202, |r 

33 * Rod Littles. 5-11. 195. So 





52 Monti Graves. 6-0. 230, So or 
42 EJ. Henderson. 6-2. 235. Kir 



Delhert Cowsette. 6-1, 274, Sr. 

nWatkins, 5-11, 240, Jr. 
Todd Bradley, 6-2. 260, RFr. 





4" *** Peter Timmins, 6-3. 25". Sr 
95 WilliamShime.6-4.2s3.RFr. 



13* Shawn Forte. 6-0. 196. Jr. 
29 Tyrone Stewart, 6-0, 186. RFi 




40 * Aaron Thompson, 6-1, 226, So 

48 * Ryan Swift, 6-1. 224. So. 
58 * Core\ Smith. 5-1 1,208, So. 





20 * Renard Cox. 6-0. 189. Sr. 

1 1 * Tony Okanlawon, 5-11, 180, So. M 

30 Tank McCall. 5-8. 188. RFr. 




Specialists 



Pk 1" ** Brian Kopka. 5". 166. Jr. 
P 10 Sean Starner. 5-11, I85jr 

LS 8" " Scott Rudolph. 6-4. 252. Jr 



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1999 ALPHABETICAL ROSTER 






No. 


Name 


Pos. 


Hgt 


Wgt 


CI. 


Exp. 


Hometown (High School/Last School) 






24 


Leroy Ambush 


LB 


6-1 


210 


Fr. 


HS 


Frederick, Md. (Thomas Johnson) 






$2 


Shawn Armstrong 


WR 


6-3 


170 


So. 


HS 


Baltimore, Md. (Dunbar) 






85 


* Jermaine Arlington 


WR 


5-0 


173 


Sr. 


1\ 


Landover. Md. (Bowie/Memphis) 




■ 


59 


Kevin Bishop 


LB 


6-2 


255 


So. 


TR 


St. Petersburg. Fla. (Northeast/South Florida) 






26 


Bryn Boggs 


CB 


6-0 


184 


Sr. 


SQ 


Downingtown, Pa. (Downingtown/Wisconsin) 






06 


Todd Bradley 


DT 


6-2 


260 


Fr. 


RS 


Yorktown, Va. (York) 






73 


Lamar Bryant 


OL 


6-3 


260 


Fr. 


HS 


Chnton, Md. (Grassland) 






93 


Eric Calendine 


DE 


6-3 


245 


Sr. 


SQ 


Pittsford. N.Y. (Mendon) 






3 


** Omar Cheeseboro 


WR 


6-2 


189 


Jr. 


2V 


East Orange, N.J. (immaculate Conception) 






91 


*** Delbert Cowsette 


DT 


6-1 


274 


Sr. 


3V 


Cleveland, Ohio (Central Catholic) 






30 


Curome Cox 


CB 


6-1 


200 


Fr. 


HS 


Arlington. Va. ( Gonzaga College H.S. ) 






20 


* Renard Cox 


DB 


6-0 


189 


Sr. 


IV 


Richmond, Va. (Huguenot/LackawannaJC) 






78 


Matt Crawford 


OT 


6-6 


295 


Fr. 


RS 


Moravia, N.Y. (Moravia) 






86 


** Moises Cruz 


WR 


5-11 


172 


Jr. 


2V 


Germantown, Md. (Seneca Valley) 






19 


Khary Darlington 


S 


5-11 


105 


Fr. 


RS 


Dover, Del. (Dover/Naval Prep) 






38 


Gavin DeFreitas 


TB 


5-11 


192 


Sr. 


TR 


Seabrook, Md. ( Duval/Western Man land ) 






82 


Jeff Dugan 


TE 


6-4 


255 


Fr. 


HS 


Allison Park, Pa. (Central Catholic) 






72 


Eric Dumas 


DL 


6-6 


275 


Fr. 


HS 


Atlanta, Ga. (Benjamin Mays) 






5 


* Trey Evans 


QB 


6-1 


ISO 


Sr. 


SQ 


Austin, Texas (Round Rock) 






44 


Bernie Fiddler 


LB 


6-1 


215 


Fr. 


HS 


Swedesboro, N.J. (Kingsway) 






60 


Nick Fisher 


OT 


6-7 


330 


Fr. 


HS 


Mars, Pa. (Mars Area) 






13 


* Shawn Forte 


FS 


6-0 


106 


Jr 


1\ 


Poughkeepsie. N.Y. (Poughkeepsie) 






67 


* Melvin Fowler. Jr. 


C 


6-5 


266 


So. 


IV 


Wheatly Heights, NY. (Half Hollow Hills) 






21 


* Guilian Gary 


WR 


6-0 


177 


So. 


IV 


Horseheads, N.Y (Horseheads) 






79 


* Mike George 


OG 


6-4 


200 


So. 


1\ 


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






52 


Monte Graves 


LB 


6-0 


230 


So. 


SQ 


Annapolis, Md. (St. Mary's) 






18 


Gil Harris 


QB 


6-1 


218 


So. 


SQ 


Virginia Beach. Va. (Tallwood) 






4 


Latrez Harrison 


QB 


6-3 


214 


Fr. 


HS 


Atlanta, Ga. (Booker T. Washington) 






89 


** Jason Hatala 


WR 


5-10 


173 


Jr. 


2V 


Centreville. Va. (Centreville) 






58 


John Helmer 


LS 


6-1 


188 


Sr. 


SQ 


Silver Spring, Md. (Springbrook) 




. 


42 


E.J. Henderson 


LB 


6-2 


235 


Fr. 


RS 


Aberdeen, Md. (Aberdeen) 






98 


* Charles Hill 


DT 


6-2 


282 


So. 


IV 


Palmer Park. Md. (Eleanor Roosevelt) 




• 


77 


Tim Howard 


OT 


6-4 


200 


Jr 


SQ 


Leonardo. N.J. (Middletown South) 






92 


* Mike Hull 


TE 


6-5 


258 


Jr 


SQ 


Hagerstown, Md. (South Hagerstown) 






2" 


** Tony Jackson 


S 


6-1 


202 


Jr 


2\ 


Ellicott City, Md. (Wilde Lake) 






80 


* Eric James 


TE 


6-2 


252 


So. 


IV 


Washington, D.C. (Anacostia) 






57 


** Kris Jenkins 


DT 


6-5 


285 


Jr 


2V 


Ypsilanti, Mich. (Belleville) 






32 


Leon Joe 


LB 


6-1 


210 


Fr. 


HS 


Clinton. Md. (Friendly) 






90 


Landon Jones 


DE 


6-4 


225 


Fr. 


HS 


Marion, Ohio (Harding) 






12 


* Randall Jones 


QB 


6-2 


212 


So. 


IV 


Frederick, Md. (Thomas Johnson/Naval Prep) 






15 


** LaMont Jordan 


TB 


5-11 


216 


Jr 


2V 


Forestville, Md. (Suitland) 






45 


** Matt Kalapinski 


FB 


6-1 


223 


Jr 


2V 


Marshfield, Mass. (Marshfield) 






31 


Chad Killian 


FB 


6-2 


25t 


Fr. 


RS 


Pittsburgh, Pa. (Fox Chapel) 






20 


Luke Kim 


TB 


5-0 


ISO 


Fr. 


RS 


Silver Spring. Md. (Paint Branch) 






17 


** Brian Kopka 


K 


5-7 


166 


Jr. 


2V 


Hollywood, Fla, (Hollywood Hills) 






64 


Bob Krantz 


OG 


6-5 


270 


Fr. 


RS 


Clifton, Va. (Centreville) 






23 


Mark I.ebida 


WR/P 


5-11 


181 


So. 


HS 


Edison, N.J. (|.P. Stevens) 






53 


Reggie lewis 


LB 


6-0 


250 


So. 


SQ 


Chicago, 111. (Carver) 






6 


Erik l.ipton 


QB 


6-5 


206 


So. 


SQ 


Crofton, Md. (Arundel) 






33 


* Rod Littles 


SS 


5-11 


195 


So. 


IV 


Gainesville. Fla. (Gainesville) 






il 


*** ErwynLyghl 


LB 


6-0 


2 IS 


Sr. 


3\ 


Westfield, N.J. (Westfield) 






54 


Sam Mams 


C 


6-3 


260 


Fr. 


RS 


Greensburg, I'a (Hempfield Irea) 









Cabin McCall 


QB 


6-3 


ISO 


Fr. 


US 


Miami, Fla. (Dr. Phillips) 






50 


Tarik McCall 


DB 


5-8 


ISS 


Fr. 


RS 


Winter Springs, Fla. (Lyman) 






s 


: : Brad Messina 


OT 


6-5 


2S.S 


Sr. 


2\ 


Bogota. N.J. (Bogota) 





34 



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TERRAPINS F 



HT\lfi\-\- 



1999 ALPHABETICAL ROSTER 



No. 


\;linr 


POS. 


Hgl 


Wgl 


CI. 


Exp 


25 


linn "Scooter" Monroe 


wu 


(> 1 


175 


Ir 


IIS 


35 


|: Marlon Moore 


LB 


(. 1 


220 


So, 


l\ 


88 


* Malt Murphj 


TE 


6-5 


250 


So. 


l\ 


il 


* Ton) Okanlawon 


CB 


5-11 


LSI) 


So. 


l\ 


Si 


" Doug Patterson 


WR 


6-2 


204 


Jr. 


SQ 


90 


Jamar Perrin 


Dl. 


6-3 


270 


Ir 


IIS 


- 


Bruce Perrj 


RB 


5-9 


185 


Fr. 


IIS 


24 


Chris Pope 


DB 


5-7 


166 


Sr. 


SQ 


- 


Man- Rile) 


RB 


6-3 


220 


So. 


SQ 


34 


** Kenn) Rogers 


FB 


5-9 


200 


Sr. 


SO 


71 


Durrand Roundtree 


Dl 


6-3 


250 


Fr. 


RS 


87 


** Scott Rudolph 


LS 


6-4 


HI 


Jr. 


2V 


37 


** Lew is Sanders 


CB 


6-1 


200 


Jr. 


RS 


25 


Carlton Saunders 


DB 


5-9 


174 


So. 


IIS 


39 


Maurice Shaw 


WR 


6-0 


185 


Fr. 


RS 


'is 


W illlani Shimc 


DE 


6-4 


255 


I'r. 


KS 


t» 


Mookie Sikyala, [r. 


TB 


5-8 


195 


Jr. 


SQ 


36 
23 


Ed Simms 


s 


6-3 


210 


Fr. 


US 


Vndrew Smith, Jr. 


DB 


6-3 


205 


Fr. 


IIS 


58 


* Corey Smith 


LB 


5-11 


208 


So. 


l\ 


'ii 


Scott Smith 


DL 


6-4 


265 


Fr. 


US 


SI 


Chris Snader 


OG 


6-5 


285 


So. 


SQ 


10 


Sean Starner 


P 


5-11 


185 


Jr. 


SQ 


2') 


Tyrone Stewart 


FS 


6-0 


186 


Fr. 


RS 


18 


* Ryan Swift 


LB 


6-1 


11-t 


So. 


IV 


in 


\aron Thompson 


LB 


6-1 


lib 


So. 


IV 


r 


* Peter Timmins 


DE 


6-3 


25" 


Sr. 


3V 


74 


Brett Trammel] 


OT 


6-5 


200 


Jr. 


SQ 


51 


Ed Tyler 


01. 


6-3 


275 


Fr. 


US 


it. 


" John Waerig 


TE 


6-2 


267 


Sr. 


IV 


50 


Jon Walkins 


DL 


5-11 


240 


Jr. 


SQ 


s 


** Harold Westlev 


TB 


5-7 


175 


Sr. 


2V 


55 


MikeWhalev 


DE 


6-1 


235 


Fr. 


HS 


13 


* Danl Whitmer 


DB 


6-0 


186 


So. 


1\ 


66 


Todd W ike 


C 


6-3 


265 


Fr. 


RS 


19 


Jafar Williams 


WR 


6-2 


185 


Fr. 


HS 


-t. 


y.iron Wormlej 


OL 


6-5 


275 


Fr. 


HS 


56 


** lamie Wu 


OG 


6-2 


285 


Sr. 


2V 



Coaching Staff 



Ron Vanderlinden ( \Ibion 78) Head Coach 

Wally Akc (William & Mary "2) Def. Coordinator. Inside Linebackers 

Bob lleffner (Temple '79) Offensive Coordinator. Tight Ends/Tackles 

[event Belin (Wake Forest '91) Defensive Line 

Mike Gundy (Oklahoma .State '90) Wide Receivers 

Craig Johnson (Wyoming '83) Quarterbacks 

Mike Locksley (Towson 02) Running Backs. Recruiting Coordinator 

DougMallory (Michigan '88) Defensive Backs 

Danny Rocco (Wake Forest '84) Outside Linebackers 

Elliot Uzelac (Western Michigan '64 1 Offensive Centers/Guards 

Matt llachmann (St. Thomas. Minn. '93) Director of Football Operations 

DwightGalt (Maryland '81) Strength & Conditioning Coach 

Todd Hobin (Conland State '8") Director of Video Services 

Tom Deahn (Heidelberg '87) .". Assistant Recruiting Coordinator 

John Dignan (Michigan State o.si Graduate Assistant 

Andrew Hoffman (John Carroll 00) Graduate Assistant 



Hometown (High School/Last .School) 

Vbington, Md. (John Carroll) 

Brandywine, Md (Potomac) 

New Haven, Mich (New Haven) 

Forcshillc. Md. (DcMalha) 

Shelby Township, Mich. (Eisenhower) 

Temple Hills, Md (DeMatha) 

Philadelphia, Pa (George Washington) 

I pper Marlboro. Md. (Largo I 

Coram. N.Y. (Longwood) 

South Brunswick. N.J. (South Brunswick) 

Baltimore, Md. (Lansdowne) 

Churchville, Md. (C. Milton Wright) 

Stalen Island, N.Y. (St. Peter's Prep) 

Baltimore. Md. (Baltimore Poly) 

Suitland, Md. (Suitland) 

Ft. Washington. Md. (Bishop McNamara) 

l.anham. Md. (Einstein/Tuskegee) 

Woodbridge, Va. (Potomac) 

Fort Meade. Md. (Meade) 

Mitchellville. Md. (Bishop McNamara) 

Philadelphia, Pa. (George Washington) 

Bishopville, Md. (Stephen Decatur) 

Mechanicsburg, Pa. (Cedar Cliff) 

Washington, D.C. (Anacostia) 

Hinsdale, 111. (Hinsdale Central) 

Baltimore, Md. (Ml. St. Joseph) 

Staten Island, N.Y. (Curtis) 

Conslantia. N.Y ( Central Square) 

Frankiinville, N.J. (Delsea) 

Philadelphia. Pa. (Cardinal Dougherty/Wisconsin) 

Perth Amboy, N.J. (Perth Ambo) ) 

Deerfield Beach. Fla. (Cardinal Gibbons) 

Lexington. S.C. (Fork LTiion Military Academy) 

Waldorf, Md. (Westlake) 

Lebanon. Pa. (Lebanon) 

Philadelphia. Pa. ( George Washington ) 

Yeadon, Pa. (Penn Wood) 

St. Charles. 111. (St. Charles) 



Pronunciation Guide 



Coaches 

Levern Belin ... lee-VERN • BEE-luhn Elliot Lzelac . 



YOO-zuh-lack 



Players 



Delbert Cowsette cow-SET 

Curome Cox curr-OHM 

RenardCox ruh-NARD 

Moises Cruz MO-ses 

Khan Darlington KAK-ee 

Eric Dumas DOO-mus 

Shawn Forte FOR-tay 

Guilian Gary JOO-Iian 

Monte Graves monn-TAV 

Latrez Harrison luh-TREZ 

Randall Jones ran-DELL 



Brian Kopka COP-kuh 

Brad Messina muh-SEE-nuh 

Ton) Okanlawon ... oh-KONN-luh-wahn 

Jamar Perrin juh-MAR 

William Shime SHE-may 

Mookie Sikyala sick-Y\Hl.-uh 

Brett Trammell ... rhymes with camel 
John Waerig .... rhymes with carriage 

Todd Wike rhymes with bike 

Jafar WTUiams juh-FVR 

Jamie Wu WOO 



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1999 NUMERICAL ROSTER 


No. 


Name 


Pos. 


Hgt 


Wgt 


CI. 


Exp. 


Hometown (High School/Last School) 


2 


Marc Riley 


RB 


6-3 


220 


So. 


SQ 


Coram, N.Y. (Longwood) 


3 


* Omar Cheeseboro 


WR 


6-2 


189 


Jr. 


2V 


East Orange, N.J. (Immaculate Conception) 


4 


Latrez Harrison 


QB 


6-3 


21-4 


Fr. 


HS 


Adanta. Ga. (Booker T. Washington) 


5 


: Trey Evans 


QB 


6-1 


189 


Sr. 


SQ 


Austin. Texas (Round Rock) 


6 


Erik Upton 


QB 


6-3 


206 


So. 


SQ 


Crofton, Md. (Arundel) 


7 


Bruce Perry 


RB 


5-9 


185 


Fr. 


HS 


Philadelphia, Pa. ( George Washington ) 


8 


** Harold Westley 


TB 


5-7 


175 


Sr. 


2V 


Deerfield Beach, Fla. (Cardinal Gibbons) 


9 


Calvin McCall 


QB 


6-3 


189 


Fr. 


RS 


Miami, Fla. (Dr. Phillips) 


10 


Sean Starner 


P 


5-11 


185 


Jr. 


SQ 


Mechanicsburg, Pa. (Cedar Cliff) 


11 


* Tony Okanlawon 


CB 


5-11 


180 


So. 


IV 


Forestville, Md. (DeMatha) 


12 


* Randall Jones 


QB 


6-2 


212 


So. 


IV 


Frederick, Md. (Thomas Johnson/Naval Prep) 


13 


* Shawn Forte 


FS 


6-0 


196 


Jr. 


IV 


Poughkeepsie, N.Y. (Poughkeepsie) 


15 


** LaMont Jordan 


TB 


5-11 


216 


Jr 


2V 


Forestville, Md. (Suitland) 


17 


** Brian Kopka 


K 


5-7 


166 


Jr 


2V 


Hollywood, Fla. (Hollywood Hills) 


18 


(iil Harris 


QB 


6-1 


218 


So. 


SQ 


Virginia Beach, Va. (Tallwood) 


19 


Khary Darlington 


S 


5-11 


193 


Fr. 


RS 


Dover, Del. (Dover/Naval Prep) 


19 


(afar Williams 


WR 


6-2 


185 


Fr. 


HS 


Philadelphia, Pa. (George Washington) 


20 


* Renard Cox 


DB 


6-0 


189 


Sr. 


IV 


Richmond, Va. (Huguenot/LackawannaJC) 


21 


* Guilian Gary 


WR 


6-0 


177 


So. 


IV 


Horseheads, N.Y. (Horseheads) 


23 


Mark Lebida 


WR/P 


5-11 


181 


So. 


HS 


Edison, N.J. (J. P. Stevens) 


23 


Andrew Smith, Jr. 


DB 


6-3 


205 


Fr. 


HS 


Fod Meade, Md. (Meade) 


24 


Leroy Ambush 


LB 


6-1 


210 


Fr. 


HS 


Frederick, Md. (Thomas Johnson) 


24 


Chris Pope 


DB 


5-7 


166 


Sr. 


SQ 


Upper Marlboro, Md. (Largo) 


25 


Hun "Scooter" Monroe 


WR 


6-1 


175 


Fr. 


HS 


Abington, Md. (John Carroll) 


25 


Carlton Saunders 


DB 


5-9 


174 


So. 


HS 


Baltimore, Md. (Baltimore Poly) 


26 


Bryn Boggs 


CB 


6-0 


184 


Sr. 


SQ 


Downingtown, Pa. (Downingtown/Wisconsin) 


21 


** Tony Jackson 


S 


6-1 


202 


Jr 


2V 


Ellicott City, Md. (Wilde Lake) 


29 


Luke Kim 


TB 


5-9 


180 


Fr. 


RS 


Silver Spring, Md. (Paint Branch) 


29 


Tyrone Stewart 


FS 


6-0 


186 


Fr. 


RS 


Washington, D.C. (Anacostia) 


30 


Curome Cox 


CB 


6-1 


200 


Fr. 


HS 


Arlington, Va. (Gonzaga College H.S.) 


30 


Tarik McCall 


DB 


5-8 


188 


Fr. 


RS 


Winter Springs, Fla. (Lyman) 


31 


Chad Killian 


FB 


6-2 


234 


Fr. 


RS 


Pittsburgh, Pa. (Fox Chapel) 


32 


Shawn Armstrong 


WR 


6-3 


170 


So. 


HS 


Baltimore, Md. (Dunbar) 


hi 


Leon Joe 


LB 


6-1 


210 


Fr. 


HS 


Clinton, Md. (Friendly) 


33 


* Rod Littles 


SS 


5-11 


195 


So. 


IV 


Gainesville. Fla. (Gainesville) 


34 


** Kenny Rogers 


FB 


5-0 


200 


Sr. 


SQ 


South Brunswick, N.J. (South Brunswick) 


35 


* Marlon Moore 


LB 


6-1 


220 


So. 


IV 


Brandywine, Md. (Potomac) 


36 


Ed Simms 


S 


6-3 


210 


Fr. 


HS 


Woodbridge, Va. (Potomac) 


37 


** Lewis Sanders 


CB 


6-1 


200 


Jr 


RS 


Staten Island, N.Y. (St. Peter's Prep) 


38 


Gavin DeFreitas 


TB 


5-11 


192 


Sr. 


TR 


Seabrook, Md. (Duval/Western Man land) 


39 


Maurice Shaw 


WR 


6-0 


185 


Fr. 


RS 


Suitland, Md. (Suitland) 


4(1 


* Aaron Thompson 


LB 


6-1 


226 


So. 


IV 


Baltimore, Md. (Mt. St. Joseph) 


4l 


* Erwyn Lyglit 


LB 


6-0 


218 


Sr. 


3V 


Westfield, NJ. (Westfield) 


42 


E.J. Henderson 


LB 


6-2 


233 


Fr. 


RS 


Aberdeen. Md. (Aberdeen) 


43 


' Daryl Whinner 


DB 


6-0 


186 


So. 


IV 


Waldorf, Md. (Westlake) 


44 


Bernie Fiddler 


LB 


6-1 


215 


Fr. 


HS 


Swedesboro, N.J. (kingsway) 


45 


** Matt Kalapinski 


FB 


6-1 


223 


Jr. 


2V 


Marshfield, Mass. (Marshfield) 


46 


* John Waerig 


TE 


6-2 


267 


Sr. 


IV 


Philadelphia. Pa. (Cardinal DoughertyAVisconsin) 


47 


*** Peter Timmins 


DE 


6-3 


257 


Sr. 


3V 


Staten Island, N.Y, (Curtis) 


48 


* Ryan Swift 


LB 


6-1 


224 


So. 


IV 


Hinsdale. 111. (Hinsdale Central) 


49 


Mookie Sikyala. Jr. 


TB 


5-8 


195 


Jr. 


SQ 


l.anham, Md. (Einstein/Tuskegee) 


5(1 


Jon Watkins 


DL 


5-11 


240 


Jr. 


SQ 


Perth Anibov. N.J (Perth Amboy) 


51 


Chris Snader 


OG 


6-5 


285 


So. 


SQ 


Bishopville, Md. (Stephen Decatur) 


52 


Monte Graves 


LB 


6-0 


230 


So. 


SQ 


Annapolis, Md. (St. Man's) 


S \ 


Reggie Lewis 


LB 


6-0 


250 


So. 


SQ 


Chicago, 111 (Carver) 



36 




B/TW1 






1999 NUMERICAL ROSTER 



Name 

Sam Man is 
MikeWhalcv 
Jamie Wu 

Kris Jenkins 

John Helmer 
Core) Smith 

Ki'\iil Bishop 

Nick Fisher 
Ed Tyler 
Boh Kraut/ 
IbddWike 
Mehin Fowler, Jr. 
Scotl Smith 
Durrand Roundtree 
Eric Dumas 
Lamar Bryan) 
Brett Trammel] 
Brad Messina 
Aaron Wormle) 
lim Howard 
Mall Craw lord 
Mike George 
Eric James 
Jeff Dugan 
Doug Patterson 
Jermaine Vrrington 
Moises Cruz 
** Scott Rudolph 
Man Murph) 
1 Jason Hatala 
Jamar Perrin 
Delbert Cowsette 
Mike Hull 
Eric Calendine 
William Shime 
Todd Bradley 
Charles Hill 
l.andon tones 



•os. 


ll.ul 


Wgl 


CI. 


Exp 


c 


6-3 


26(1 


Ir 


RS 


DE 


6-1 


235 


It. 


IIS 


OG 


6-2 


285 


Sr. 


2V 


DT 


6-5 


2SS 


Jr. 


2\ 


I.S 


6-1 


188 


Sr. 


SQ 


LB 


5 ll 


208 


So. 


i\ 


LB 


6-2 


235 


So 


IR 


or 


6-7 


330 


Ir. 


IIS 


OL 


6-3 


275 


Fr. 


IIS 


OG 


6-5 


270 


Fr. 


RS 


C 


6-3 


26S 


Fr. 


RS 


C 


6-3 


266 


So. 


l\ 


1)1 


(VI 


265 


Ft 


IIS 


1)1. 


6-3 


250 


Er. 


RS 


1)1. 


6-6 


275 


l'r. 


IIS 


OL 


6-3 


260 


Fr. 


IIS 


or 


6-5 


200 


Jr. 


SQ 


or 


6-5 


2SS 


Sr. 


2\ 


01. 


6-5 


275 


Fr. 


IIS 


OT 


in 


200 


Jr. 


SQ 


or 


6-6 


205 


Fr. 


RS 


OG 


6-4 


290 


So. 


IV 


TE 


6-2 


1=>1 


So. 


l\ 


TE 


64 


255 


Fr. 


IIS 


\\R 


6-2 


204 


Jr. 


SQ 


WR 


5-9 


173 


Sr. 


l\ 


WR 


5-11 


L72 


Jr. 


2V 


LS 


6-4 


1M 


Jr. 


2V 


TE 


6-5 


250 


So. 


l\ 


WR 


5-10 


173 


Jr. 


2V 


DL 


6-3 


270 


Fr. 


US 


DT 


6-1 


274 


Sr. 


5V 


TE 


6-5 


258 


Jr. 


SQ 


DE 


6-3 


24S 


Sr. 


SQ 


DE 


6-4 


253 


Fr. 


RS 


DT 


6-2 


260 


Fr. 


RS 


DT 


6-2 


282 


So. 


1\ 


DE 


6-4 


21^ 


Fr. 


HS 



Coaching Staff 



Ron Vanderlinden (Albion 78) Head Coach 

Wall) Ake (William & Man '"2) Def. Coordinator, Inside Linebackers 

Bob Heffner (Temple '"0) Offensive Coordinator. Tight Ends/Tackles 

Levem Belin (Wake Forest 01 ) Defensive Line 

Mike (iundy (Oklahoma State "90) Wide Receivers 

Craig Johnson (Wyoming '83) Quarterbacks 

Mike Locksley (Towson '92) Running Backs. Recruiting Coordinator 

Doug Mallor; (Michigan '88) Defensive Backs 

Danny Rocco (Wake Forest '84) Outside Linebackers 

Elliot [Jzelac (Western Michigan '64) Offensive Centers/Guards 

Matt Hachmann (St. Thomas. Minn. '95) Director of Football Operations 

Dwight Gait ( Maryland '81) Strength & Conditioning Coach 

Todd Hobin (Cortland State 8") Director of Video Senices 

Tom Deahn (Heidelberg '8") Assistant Recruiting Coordinator 

John Dignan (Michigan State '93) Graduate Assistant 

Andrew Hoffman (John Carroll '90) Graduate .Assistant 



Hometown (High School/Last School) 

Greensburg, Pa, (Hempfield \n-ai 

Lexington, S.C, dork I nion Military Academy) 

St, Charles, III. (St, Charles 1 

Ypsilanti, Mich. (Belleville) 

Silver Spring, Mil. (Springbrook) 

Milchelhille. Mil (Bishop \h Vimara) 

St. Petersburg. I la (Northeast/South Florida) 

Mars. Pa (Mars \iva) 

Frankliinille, N,|. (Delsea) 

chiton. Va (Centreville) 

Lebanon, Pa. (Lebanon) 

Wheatly Heights, N.Y (Hall I 

Philadelphia. Pa. (George Washington) 

Baltimore. Md. (I.ansdowne) 

Atlanta, Ga. (Benjamin Mays) 

Clinton, Md. (Crossland) 

Constantia. \A (Central Square) 

Bogota, N.J. (Bogota) 

Veadon. Pa. (Perm Wood) 

Leonardo. N.J (Middletown South) 

Moravia. N.Y. (Moravia) 

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

Washington, D.C. (Anacostia) 

Allison Park, Pa. (Central Catholic) 

Shelby Township. Mich. (Eisenhower) 

I.andover. Md. (Bowie/Memphis) 

Germantown. Md. (Seneca \ alley) 

Churchville. Md. (C. Milton Wright) 

New Haven. Mich. (New Haven) 

Centreville, Va. (Centreville) 

Temple Hills. Md. (DeMatha) 

Cleveland, Ohio (Central Catholic) 

Hagerstown. Md. (South Hagerstown) 

Pittsford, N.Y. (Mendon) 

Ft. Washington. Md. (Bishop McNamara) 

Yorktown, Va. (York) 

Palmer Park. Md (Eleanor Roosevelt) 

Marion. Ohio (Harding) 



Pronunciation Guide 



Levern Belin... lee- VERS 



Coaches 

BEE-luhn Elliot I zelac . 



.VOO-zuh-lack 



Players 



Delbert Cowsette cow-SET 

Curome Cox curr-OHM 

Renard Cox ruh-NARD 

Moises Cruz MO-ses 

Khan Darlington KAR-ee 

Eric Dumas DOO-mus 

Shawn Fone FOR-tay 

Guilian Gary JOO-lian 

Monte Graves monn-TAV 

Latrez Harrison luh-TREZ 

Randall Jones ran-DELL 



Brian Kopka COP-kuh 

Brad Messina muh-SEE-nuh 

Tony Okanlawon ... oh-KONN-luh-wahn 

Jamar Perrin juh-NUR 

V^illiam Shime SHE-may 

Mookie Sikyala sick-YAHI. nh 

Brett Trammell ... rhymes with camel 
John Waeng ...rhymes with carnage 

Todd Wike rhymes with bike 

Jafar Williams juh-FAR 

Jamie Wu WOO 



1999 MARYLAND TERRAPINS FOOTBALL 



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37 



TERPS BY STATE 



Delaware ( 1 ) 

19 khan Darlington S RFr. Dover. Del. 



Florida (6) 



59 Kevin Bishop 

17 Brian Kopka 

33 Rod Littles 

9 Calvin McCall 

in Tarik McCall 

8 Harold Westlev 



LB So. St. Petersburg, Fla. 

k Jr. Hollywood, Fla. 

SS So. Gainesville, Fla. 

QB RFr. Miami, Fla. 

DB RFr. Winter Springs, Fla. 

TB Sr. Deerfield Beach, Fla. 



Georgia (2) 

~2 EricDumas Dl, Fr. Atlanta. Ga. 

4 l.atrez Harrison QB Fr. Atlanta, Ga. 

Illinois (3) 

53 Reggie Lewis LB So. Chicago. Ill 

48 Ryan Swift LB So. Hinsdale, 111. 

56 Jamie Wu OG Sr. St Charles, Dl. 



Marylan 

2-i Leroy Ambush LB 

32 Shawn Armstrong WR 

85 Jennaine Arlington WR 
"3 Lamar Bryant OL 

86 MoisesCruz WR 

38 Gavin DeFreitas TB 
52 Monte Graves LB 
58 John Helmer I.S 
42 E.J. Henderson LB 
98 Charles Hill DT 

42 Mike Hull TE 
2" Tony Jackson S 
32 Leon Joe LB 
12 Randall Jones QB 
H LaMont Jordan TB 
29 Luke Kim TB 
6 Erik Lipton QB 
25 "Scooter" Monroe WR 
35 Marlon Moore LB 
1 1 Tony Okanlawon CB 
90 JamarPerrin 1)1 

24 Chris Pope DB 
~1 Durrand Roundtree DL 
8" Scott Rudolph l.S 

25 Carlton Saunders DB 

39 Maurice Shaw WR 
95 William Shime DE 
49 MookieSikyalaJr IB 
1^ Andrew Smith, Jr. DB 
58 Corey Smith LB 
51 Chris Snader OG 
4li \aron Thompson LB 

43 Darvl Whitmer DB 




Alaska 



D 


C33) 




w 


















Fr. 


Frederick. Md 






















So. 


Baltimore. Md. 










V. 

> 












Sr. 


Landover. Md. 




















Fr. 


Clinton, Md. 






















Jr. 


Germantovvn. Md. 






















Sr. 


Seabrook. Md. 




Michigan 


(3) 




Pennsylvania (12) 


So. 


Annapolis, Md. 


57 


Kris Jenkins 


DT 


Jr. 


Ypsilanti, Mich. 


26 


Ban Boggs 


CB 


Sr. 


Downingtown, Pa 


Sr. 


Silver Spring, Md. 


88 


Matt Murphy 


TE 


So. 


New Haven. Mich. 


82 


Jeff Dugan 


TE 


Fr. 


Allison Park. Pa. 


RFr 


Aberdeen. Md 


84 


Doug Patterson 


WR 


Jr. 


Shelby Twp. Mich. 


61) 


Nick Fisher 


OT 


Fr. 


Mars, Pa. 


So. 


Palmer Park. Md 












31 


Chad ktllian 


IB 


RFr. 


Pittsburgh. Pa. 


Jr. 
Jr. 
Fr. 

So. 

Ir 


Hagerstovvn, Md. 
EUicott City. Md. 
Clinton, Md. 
Frederick. Md. 
Forestville. Md. 
Silver Spring. Md. 
Crofton, Md. 
Abington, Md. 
Brandywine, Md. 


3 


New J 

Omar Cheeseboro 


ERSEY 

WR Jr. 


(lO) 

East Orange, N.J. 


54 


Sam Marvis 
Bruce Pern 


C 

RB 


RFr. 
Fr. 


Greenshurg. Pa. 
Philadelphia. Pa. 


44 

"9 


Bernie Fiddler 
Mike George 


LB 
OG 


Fr. 
So. 


Swedesboro, N.J. 
E. Hanover. N.J. 


"0 
1(1 


Scott Smith 
Sean Starner 


DL 

P 


Fr. 
Jr. 


Philadelphia, Pa. 
Mechanicsburg, P 


J 1 ' 

RFr. 

So. 
Fr. 


23 


Tim Howard 
Mark Lehida 


OT 

WR/P 


Jr 
So. 


Leonardo, N.J. 
Edison. N.J. 


46 

66 


John Waerig 
Todd W ike 


TE 
C 


Sr. 
RFr. 


Philadelphia. Pa. 
Lebanon. Pa. 


41 


Erwyn Lyght 


LB 


Sr. 


Westfield, N.J. 


19 


Jafar Williams 


WR 


Fr. 


Philadelphia, Pa. 


So. 


75 


Brad Messina 


OT 


Sr. 


Bogota, N.J. 


"6 


Aaron Wormley 


01. 


Fr. 


Yeadon, Pa. 


So. 


Forestville. Md. 


34 


Kenny Rogers 


FB 


Sr. 


So. Brunswick, N.J. 












Fr. 


Temple Hills, Md 


61 


Ed Tyler 


01. 


Fr. 


Franklinville. N.J. 




South 


Carol 


NA (1 ) 


Sr. 


Upper Marlboro. Md. 


50 


Jon Watkins 


DL 


Jr. 


Perth \mbo\. N.J. 


t5 


Mike Whaley 


DE 


Fr. 


Lexington, S.C. 


RFr. 


Baltimore. Md. 






















Ir 


Clnirchville, Md. 




New 


York 


(9) 




T 


EXAS 


(1) 


So. 


Baltimore. Md 


93 


Eric Calendine 


DE 


Sr. 


Pittsford, N.Y. 


5 


Trey Evans 


QB 


Sr. 


Austin. Texas 


RFr. 


Suitland, Md. 


~8 


Matt Crawford 


OT 


RFr. 


Moravia. N.Y 












RFr. 


Ft Washington. Md. 


15 


Shawn Forte 


FS 


Jr 


Poughkeepsie, N.Y. 




Virginia (7) 


Jr 


I.anham, Md. 


67 


Melvin Fowler. Jr. 


C 


So. 


W heath Heights. N.Y. 


96 


Todd Bradley 


DT 


RFr. 


Yorktown. \a. 


Fr. 


Fort Meade. Md. 


21 


Guilian Gary 


WR 


So. 


Horseheads. N.Y. 


36 


Curome Cox 


CB 


Fr. 


Arlington, Va. 


So. 


Mitchellville, Md, 


2 


Marc Riley 


KB 


So. 


Coram, N.Y. 


2(1 


Renard Cox 


DB 


Sr. 


Richmond, Va. 


So. 


Bishopville, Md. 


37 


Lewis Sanders 


CB 


Jr. 


Staten Island. N.Y. 


IS 


Gil Harris 


QB 


So. 


Virginja Beach. \; 


So. 


Baltimore, Md. 


4" 


Peter Timmms 


DE 


Sr. 


Staten Island. N.Y. 


89 


Jason Hatala 


WR 


Jr. 


Centreville, Va 


So. 


Waldorf. Md. 


"4 


Brett Trammel] 


or 


Jr. 


Constantia. \ ^ 


(A 


Bob Krantz 


OG 


RFr 


Clifton. \a 



Massachusetts ( 1 ) 

4^ Matt kalapmski FB Jr. Marshfield, Mass. 



Ohio (2) 

oi Delbert Cowsette DT Sr. Cleveland, Ohio 

oo London Jones DE Fr. Marion. Ohio 



Washington, D.C. (2) 

80 I. nc lames TE So Washington, D.C. 

20 Tyrone Stewart FS RFr. Washington, D.C 



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PERSONNEL BREAKDOWN 



Lettermen 

Returning From 

1998 (33) 

Offense (16) 

Receiver Jermaine Vrrington, OmarCheeseboro, 
Moises Cruz, Guilian Gary, Jason Hatala 

line Mevlin Fowler, Mike George, Brad 

Messina, Jamie Wu 

Ughl End Eric James, Matl Murphy, John Waerig 

Quarterback Randall Jones 

Tailback LaMont Jordan, Harold Wesdej 

Fullback Maii Kalapinski 

Defense (15) 



Line 



Delberl Cowsette, Charles Mill. Kris 
Jenkins, Peter Timmins 



Linebacker Erwyn Lyght, Marlon Moore, Corey 
Smith, Ryan Swift, \aion Thompson 

Secondarj Renard Cox, Shaw n Forte. Tony Jackson, 

Rod Link's. Tom Okanlawon, Daryl 
Whitmer 



Special Teams (2) 
Kicker Brian kopka 

Snapper Scotl Rudolph 

Lettermen Returning From 1997 

Receiver Dong Patterson 

Tight End Mike Hull 

Quarterback Tre; Evans 

Fullback Kemij Rogers 

Secondary lewis Sanders 



Lettermen 
Lost From 
1998(19) 

Offense (7) 

Receiver Brim 1 James, Keon Russell. Keiulrkk 

Walton 

Line John Feugill, Ryan Rezzelle, ronj 

Surman 

Quarterback Ken Mastrole 

Defense (9) 

Line clnis Hayes, Rasheed Simmons 

Linebacker Eric Barton. Jomo Huggins, Kendall Ogle 

Secondary (Jill Crosby, Quinzj Fraser, Paul Jack- 
son, Lynde Washington 

Special Teams (3) 

Kicker Mike Christy. Brad Rhodes 

Punter Russ Edwards 



ITT^ffWtr 


rmen At a Glance! 


Offense 




Lost: 7 


Returning: Id 


Defense 




Lost: l ) 


Returning: IS 


Specialty 




Lost: 3 


Returning: 2 


1 '98 Starters At a Glance 1 


Offense 




Lost: 1 


Returning: 10 


Defense 




Lost: 3 


Returning. 6 


Specialty 




Lost: 1 


Returning: 1 



Starters 
Returning (17) 



(1998 starts career starts in parentheses) 

Offense ( 1 O) 
Brad Messina, OT (11/21) 
Melvin Fowler, C (11/11) 
Jamie Wu.OG (11/11) 
John Waerig, IT. (11/11) 
Matt Kalapinski, IB (11/15) 
Moises Cruz, WR (10/17) 
Mike George, OG 1 10/10) 
Jermaine trrington, \\R (9/9) 
LaMonl lordan, IB (9/12) 
Randall Jones, QB (4/4) 

Defense (6) 

Delbert Cowsette, DT (11/22) 
Peter Timmins, DE (11/15) 
Aaron Thompson, LB ( ll/l I) 
Shawn Forte, SS (9/9) 
Kris Jenkins. DT (8/8) 
Tonj Okanlawon, CB (676) 

Special Teams (1 ) 
Brian Kopka. PK (11/18) 

Starters 
Lost (7) 

1 1998 starts/career starts in parentheses i 

Offense ( 1 ) 

John Feugill, OT (11/23) 

Defense (5) 

Rasheed Simmons. DE ( 1 1/15) 
Eric Barton. LB (11/33) 
Kendall Ogle. LB (11/33) 
Cliff Crosby, CB (11/15) 
Paul Jackson, FS (10 11) 

Specialty ( 1 ) 
Russ Edwards, P (11/37) 




Kris Jenkins 



Renard Cox 




LAND TERRAPINS F 



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OPPORTUNITY TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE 




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Chad Scott with the Maryland Terrapins. 




ao 



Important to any college program 
are walk-on players. Walk-on players 
not only make a difference in aiding a 
team's depth and continuity, but walk- 
on players can also earn their own 
scholarship and bid for significant 
playing time. 

Take the case of Chad Scott, for 
instance. After playing two seasons at 
Towson State in 1993 and 1994, Scott 
chose to walk-on at Maryland, unin- 
vited. By the close of his first semester 
on campus, Scott was awarded a schol- 
arship and he became a Terrapin co- 
captain for his senior year in 1 996. The 
rest, as they say, is history. Scott was a 
first round pick in the 1997 NFL draft 
and, now, is chasing defenders and in- 
tercepting passes for the Pittsburgh 
Steelers. 

Chad Scott exemplifies the ulti- 
mate walk-on portfolio. However, ev- 
ery season at the University of Mary- 
land, there are walk-on players who 
find their niche and contribute greatly 
to the Terrapin program. With recent 
scholarship reductions, walk-on play- 
ers have become a vital component to 
the rebuilding of Man land football for- 
tunes. 

Another example is Terp receiver 
Jermaine Arrington who walked-on 
and was the Terps' leading wide re- 
ceiver in 1998. The former track star 
leads a cast of three top receivers into 
the 1999 season. 

Arlington is one of several current 
Maryland players who attended as 
walk-ons, with the opportunity to make 
a difference. Among a few of the no- 
tables found on the Terps' preseason 
depth chart are tailbacks Mookie 
Sikyala and Gavin DeFreitas, 
inebackers Monte Graves and 
Corey Smith, free safety Daryl 
w^ Vihitmer. defensive end Eric 
Calendiiu- and two-year 
starting long-snapper Scott 
Rudolph. With Arlington, 
each of these seven original 
walk-on players are ex- 
pected to make signifi- 
cant contributions to 
the 1999 Maryland 
football team. 



MARYLAND TERRAPIN 




Scott (3) became a team captain in 19% and graced the 
Maryland media guide cover that season (above). Three years 
later, Arrington (8S) finds himself on the '99 cover (below). 




s^nczT^fi \-l 





Tidbits 

•Maryland returns 38 
lettermen - 20 of- 
fense, 16 defense, two 
specialists - from its 
1998 squad. 

•TheTerps' 15-man 
senior class includes a 
trio of three-year 
lettermen: defensive 
standouts Delbert 
Cowsette, Peter 
Timmins and Erwyn 
Lyght. 

• The pre-f all roster 
includes a total of 33 
players who hail from 
the state of Maryland. 



This 
Section 

Returning Players 

Terps by Major 

Newcomer Roster 

Newcomer Bios ...«..„. 



Jermaine 



ARRINGTON 




Jermaine 
Arrington 



Wide Receiver 

Landover, Md. 

(Bowie/Memphis) 

5-9 • 173 • R-Senior, IV 

On Arrington: Terps' leading receiver last season who 
returns for his senior campaign . . . begins his second 
season atop the Maryland depth chart . . . former track 
sprinter and big-play speedster who has all-confer- 
ence capabilities ... has the quickness and speed to 
get deep ... noted for playing hard from snap to whistle 
. . . four catches for 92 yards and a 57-yard touch- 
down in spring game. 

1998: Moved into a starting role before the opening 
game vs. James Madison . . . played in 10 games while 
leading the Terps with 1$ catches, 366 yards and a 1 5.9- 
yard average . . . missed the West Virginia game with an 
ankle injury, and started in nine games . . . also carried 
three times for 78 yards, including a 50-yard TD in a 
42-15 win at Duke . . . was the recipient of Maryland's 

longest touchdown 
pass of the sea- 
son, a 68-yard 
play . . . caught 
at least one 
pass in nine 
of 10 games 
played . . . 
hauled in 
five aerials 
for 78 yards in 
T e r r a p i n 
opener vs. 
James Madi- 
son . . . hon- 
ored by Mary- 
and coaches 
as the offensive 
back/receiver 
player of the game 
against }MV ... had three 
catches, 88 yards and his 
only receiving TI) against 
Wake Forest ... was 
Maryland's top kickoff 
return man with eight re- 
turns lor 189 yards and a 
23.6-yard average ... 
longest return was u 
yards at North Carolina. 




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1997: Walked on to the program in the spring of 1997 
after transferring from Memphis and Prince George's 
Community College ... sat out the '97 campaign while 
satisfying NCAA transfer regulations. 

High School: Graduated from Bowie High School in 

1995 ... earned all-county and All-Met honors ... was 
selected his team MVP its a junior and senior ... earned 
track MVP honors as a senior, when he finished sec- 
ond in the state in the 100 meters ... won four gold 
medals at the P.G. County meet: 100, 200, 400 relay 
and 800 relay ... high school coach was Gary Wrenn. 

Personal: Jermaine Lamont Arrington . . . born July 
3, 1977 ... son of Leanna and Calvin Arrington ... ma- 
joring in family studies ... signed a track letter of intent 
with Memphis out of high school ... attended Memphis 
during the 1995-96 academic year ... spent the fall of 

1996 at Prince George's Community College. 



Career Statistics 




Receiving 
1998 

Kick Returns 

1998 



G-GS 

10-9 

G-GS 

10-9 



Rec 

23 



Ret 

8 



Yds 

366 

Yds 

189 



Avg 

15.9 

Avg 

23.0 



TD LP 

1 68 

TD LP 

44 



Arrington Up Close 



Someday I would like to take a trip to: Paris 
What stands out most about Coach Vanderlinden 

is: he is a straight-forward guy 
If I could change any rule in college football, it 

would be: to outlaw zone coverage 
Who would I most like to meet?: Halle Berry 
My ambition after football is to: be a family coun- 
selor or anything that has to do with kids 



RYN 



K22I 


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CORNERBACK 
DOWNINGTOWN, Pa. 

(Downingtown/Wisconsin) 
6-0 • 184 • R-Senior 

On Boggs: Returning two-year squad player who en- 
tered the 1990 spring as a backup at a cornerback 
position . . . helps solidify the Terp secondary in his 
third year with the program ... consistently shown 
improvement and boasts solid coverage skills . . . listed 
No. 2 at left corner behind Lewis Sanders. 

1 998: Appeared in eight games as a junior, primarily 
on special teams , did not record a tackle 



1997: Appeared in five games as a sophomore, tota 
ing one tackle. 

1996: Sat out the season in order to satisfy NCAA ruk • 
following his transfer from Wisconsin. 

1995: Saw action as a punt returner during his trir. 
freshman season at the University of Wisconsin. 

High School: Graduated from Downingtown Higli 
School in 1995 ... was an All-East selection by Prep 
Football Report and SnperPrep ... was rated amom 
the top 100 players in the East by Prep Football Re 
port ... led his team to the state championship game 
as a senior ... rushed for 2,773 yards and 25 touch 
downs during his career ... high school coach was; 
John Barr. 

Personal: Bryn L. Boggs ... born Oct. 31, 1976 
son of Sharon and Bruce Boggs ... majoring in crimi- 
nal justice. 

Career Statistics 



Defense G-GS 

1997 5-0 

199S 8-0 



HT 

1 





AT 


(I 



1/0.2 
0/0.0 



TFL Sacks Int 

0-0 0.0-0 0-0 
0-0 0.0-0 o-ol 



Totals 13-0 1 1/0.1 0-0 0.0-0 0-0i 



Boggs Up Close 



My goal for 1999 is to: become a starter 
Someday I would like to take a trip to: Hawaii 
The toughest thing about being a student-ath- 
lete is: balancing school work, athletics and a so- 
cial life 
If I could change any rule in college football, it 
would be: to allow players to wear their socks and 
uniforms however they want 
America's biggest problem for the next century: 
the Y2K problem 



Todd 



BRADLEY 







Defensive Tackle 
Yorktown, Va. (York) 
6-2 • 260 • R-Freshman 
On Bradley: Redshirt freshman with good size and 
potential on the Terp defensive line ...listed No. 3 
behind senior Dclbert Cowsctle and junior Jon Watkuis 
on the pre-fall depth chart . . . needs only time and 
experience to emerge as a quality MX lineman. 

1998: Did not see action as a redshirt freshman 
traveled to earl) games at Virginia and West Virginia 



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before nagging injuries kepi him from action. 

High School: Graduated from York High School in 
1998 nil state selection and a firsl team Ml Daily 
Press choice as .1 senior in 1997 led his team in 
sickles, totaling 98 solos and 12 assisted stops also 
bad two interceptions and lour fumble recoveries 
ed York High in tackles as a junior, when he captured 
honorable mention all-state honors ... three-year 
jstarter and two time team captain .... helped his team 
to a 9- 1 record and the state semifinals as a junior in 
1996 earned all state honors in the shot put re 
bruited In West Virginia and Virginia lech ... high 
gjhool coach was Bob Pearce. 

Personal: Todd Christian Bradley . . born March 1 3, 

1980 , son of Dora and Cecil Bradley .., majoring in 
Criminal justice . . Man land scholar athlete in 1998. 



Bradley Up Close 



What stands out most about Coach Vaaderlinden 

is: his will to win 
II I lost all im possessions except one. I'd want 

to keep: my family 
II I could change am rule in college football, it 

would be: add instant replay 
lite toughest player I laced last year was: Jamie 

wu 
• My ambition after football is to: he in the FBI 



Eric 



CALENDINE 




Defensive End 
plttsford, n.y. (mendon) 
6-3 • 245 • R-Senior 
On Calendine: Redshirt senior who begins his fourth 
season as a backup defensive end ... also practiced 
briefly at center during spring drills ... came to Mary- 
land as a walk-on with a great work ethic who plays 
map-to-whistle football. 

1998: Saw action in four games with one tackle. 

199~: Did not see am action as a sophomore. 

(1996: Appeared in five games and totaled three tack- 
les and one pass deflection. 

1995: Redshirt season. 

'High School: Graduated from Mendon High School 
in 1995 two-time all-county selection ... four-year 
etterwinner who earned team MVP honors and was 



the recipient ol a sportsmanship award in 1995 ... was 
selected the most valuable defensive player in the 1 ddie 
Vieath \ll Star game high school coach was lioh 
Nagle. 

Personal: Eric Scott Calendine . . born Oct, 2 i. 1976 

son ol Debbie and Roger Calendine „ majoring in 
Criminology and criminal justice ... earned scholar 
athlete honors in I') 1 )" and I 'MX 



Career Statistics 




Defense G-GS IT 

1996 5-0 I 



\i 



IT 

3/0.6 



TFI. S;liks Inl 

0-0 0.0-0 0-0 



199" 
1 998 


no 11 11 
4-0 1 1/0.3 


III) (1.0-0 
0-0 0.0-0 


11 n 
11 n 


totals 


9-0 1 3 4/0.4 


0-0 0.0-0 


0-0 


L_ 


Calendine Up 


Close 





Someday I would like to take a trip to: the Rockies 
If I was Coach Yanderlinden for a day. I would: 

cancel morning study hall 

The toughest thing ahout being a student-ath- 
lete is: time management 

America's biggest problem for the next century: 
running out of oil and natural resources 

Who would 1 most like to meet?: Howie Long 

My ambition after football is to: work for the I S 
Secret Service 



Omar 




Wide Receiver 

East Orange, N.J. 

(Immaculate Conception) 

6-2 • 189 • Junior, 2V 

On Cheeseboro: Talented young receiver who is a 

big target waiting for a big year with theTerps . . . listed 
behind junior Jermaine Arlington at a wide receiver 
spot . . . two-year letterw inner with skills of a big-play 
receiver ... expecting to regain knack for big catches. 
having caught four TDs as a freshman . . . hoped to be 
one of the top play/makers in the Terps' wide receiver 
corps ... 2 1 career catches for 294 yards and 1 -t yards 
per catch. 

1998: Had seven receptions for 88 yards as a sopho- 
more . . . appeared in all 1 1 games with consecutive 
starts at Virginia and West Virginia . . . had season highs 
of four catches and 67 yards against the Mountain- 
eers. 

199"*: Appeared in all 1 1 games as a true freshman, 
finishing tied for fourth on the team in receptions ( 1 -i ) 



and second in average yards per catch ( I 1 ,7) ... led 
die team with his four touchdown catches had ID 
grabs vs. Temple and Wake Foresl and Iwo vs North 
Carolina Slate had a season high lour catches ( 19 
yards) in season finale vs Georgia recti had sea 
son high 77 receiving yards m loth game of the sea 
son. vs \c state made a pair ol starts against Wr 
ginja and Georgia Tech 

High School: Graduated from Immaculate Concep 

lion High School 111 1997 an all state selet lion .1 ,1 
senior who helped his team to back to-back c onf( 1 
ence championships ... earned All-America honor 
from SuperPrep and All-East recognition from Tom 
Lemming.., was an honorable mention Ml American 
by the National Recruiting . \dvisor scored more 
than I ,(i(i(i points as a member of the basketball team 
... high school coach was John I'innegan 

Personal: Omar S Cheeseboro born Feb 1 1. 1977 
... son of Ruby and Sam Thomas... majoring in crimi- 
nology and criminal justice. 





Omar Cheeseboro 



Career Statistics 



Receiving 
1997 

1998 



Rec 

l-i 



Yds tog 

206 14.7 
88 12.6 



TD 

-1 
II 



II 1 
-1(1 
2s 



Totals 

Kick Returns 
1997 



"22^4 21 294 14.0 4 46 



G-GS 
11-2 



Ret 



Yds 

-tl 



tog 

13.7 



TD 




IP 



1998 


II .' 


2 


37 


18.5 





20 


Totals 


lit 


5 


78 


15.6 





23 




Cheeseboro 


Up 


Close 





My craziest ambition is: playing in the NB\ 
The word that best describes me is: confident 
If I could change one thing in the world, it would 
be: eliminate poverty 

If I could change any rule in college football, it 
would be: allow holding 




1999 MARYLAND TERRAPINS FOOTBALL 



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Delbert 



COWSETTE 





Defensive Tackle 

Cleveland, Ohio 

(Central Catholic) 

6-1 • 274 • Senior, 3V 

On Cowsette: Returning senior who has made 22 
consecutive starts at defensive tackle . . . honorable 
mention All-ACC last season, and one of the league's 
top returners in 1999 . . . one of the Terps' most expe- 
rienced defensive linemen, appearing in all 33 games 
( 25 starts) over the past three seasons ... named the 
Terps' lineman of the year last season . . . has totaled 
199 career tackles . . . has great range and the ability 
to make plays outside of his area ... a former standout 
wrestler who has a great understanding of leverage. 

1998: Instrumental in Mankind's improved play on 
the defensive front which produced a significant drop 
in opponents' rushing yards . . . Terps' total defense 
was the 12th-most improved in the country in '98 . . . 
Maryland's third-leading tackier behind senior line- 
hackers Eric Barton and Kendall Ogle . . . posted 96 
tackles in his junior campaign including 62 solos and 
six TFL . . . had three sacks, caused a fumble and re- 
corded one pass breakup . . . registered back-to-back 
career tackling highs with 15 stops against Duke and 
NO. State to end his junior year . . . had 1 3 solos against 
the Wolfpack in Maryland's final home game . . . had 
1 5 tackles vs. Florida State . . . latum Award winner as 
Maryland's lineman of the year. 

1997: Started all 11 games at defensive tackle and 
was the Terps' fifth-leading tackier (63 stops) as a 
sophomore ... led the team in tackles for losses ( ID) 
in addition to recording a pair of sacks ... of his 63 
tackles, 49 were solo efforts ... had five or more tack- 
les in nine of 1 1 games, including a season-high nine 
stops vs. Clemson and eight vs. Wake Forest ... both of 
his sacks came in a seven-tackle outing vs. Virginia. 

1996: Appeared in all 11 games, making starts vs. 
Northern Illinois. West Virginia and NC State ... recov- 
ered a fumble and ran it back 54 yards for a touch- 
down vs. Ml' ... had a season-high nine tackles vs. NC 
State ... finished the season with 4(1 tackles (including 
two sacks). 

High School: Graduated from Central Catholic High 
School in 1995 ... named all-slate and All-Midwest ... 
totaled 52 tackles, eight sacks and Bve caused fumbles 
as a senior ... four-year lellerman in wrestling who 



won a state heavy-weight title ... high school coach was 
Joe Gresock. 

Personal: Delbert RayCowsette . . . born Sept. 3, 1977 
... son of Sable Chandler ... majoring in geography . . . 
Maryland scholar-athlete in spring 1998 ...member 
of Mankind's student-athlete advisorv council. 




Defense G-GS IT AT 



IT TFL Sacks Int 



1996 11-3 17 23 40/3.6 4-2 2.0-15 0-0 

199" 11-11 49 14 63/5.7 10-37 2.0-12 0-0 

1998 11-11 62 34 96/8.7 6-12 3.0-17 0-0 

Totals 33-25 128 71 199/6.0 20-51 7.0--H 0-0 



Up Close 



My goal for 1999 is to: earn first team .All-ACC 
The toughest thing about being a student-ath- 
lete is: maintaining organization 
The word that best describes me is: hard-worker 
If I could change one thing in the world, it would 

be: homelessness 
If I could change any rule in college football, it 

would be: allow the head slap again 
Who would I most like to meet?: Reggie White 



Renard 



cox 



Lewis Sanders . . . could start or spell teammates . 
any of the four secondary positions . . . played a nick 
back much of his junior season. 

1998: Played in all 11 games while contributing 1 
tackles with two pass breakups . . . saw playing tinu 
and productivity gradually increase over the course o 
the season, registering 12 of 15 tackles in final fiv 
games . . . season-high four tackles vs. Wake Fores, 
and Duke ... 16-yard interception came as one 
Maryland's school-record seven picks at Duke. 

Junior College: Started every game at cornerbac! 
during his two seasons at Lackawanna Junior Colleg' 
in Scranton, Pa., while playing for former Terrapi- 
Mark Duda ( 1979-82 ) ... named honorable mentioi 
All-Northeast Football Conference in 1997 ... totaled 
29 solo tackles and 14 assists as a sophomore 
helped Lackawanna to a 9-2 record, a Northeast Foot 
ball Conference title, and a berth in the Dixie Rotar 
Bowl in St. George, Utah ... as a freshman in 1996, In 
recorded 35 total tackles (28 solos), one intercep 
tion and one sack ... also recruited by Wisconsin, Pit 
and Michigan State. 

High School: Graduated from Huguenot High Schod 
(Richmond, Va.) in 1996 ... earned all-district am 
all-city recognition as a senior. 

Persona 
Renard Lave) 
Cox 

born Marcf 
3, 1978 
son o! 
k Sandra am 

^B i oilier 
| , majorim 
in crinn 
mil jus 
tice. 





Career Statistics 



Defense G-GS IT AT 



Defensive Back 

Richmond, Va. 

(Huguenot/Lackawanna JC) 

6-0 • 189 • Senior, IV 

On Cox: Multi-talented, versatile defensive back who 
can play either corner or safety . . . expected to emerge 
as a quality VCC talent this season alter a year in the 
Maryland system ... competing for starling corner 
positions with sophomore Tonj Okanlawon or senior 



1')<)S 



u-o 10 



TT TFL Sacks In 
15/1.4 0-0 0.0-0 1 n 



Cox Up Close 



Someday I would like to take a trip to: China 
The best advice I've ever received is: "Quitters 

never win." 
If I could change one thing in the world, it would 

be: the number of deaths and murders 
Who would I most like to meet?: Reggie White. 

Martin Luther King. Jr.. Tupac Shakur 



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Matt 



RAWFORD 




Offensive Tackle 
Moravia, N.Y. (Moravia) 

6-6 • 295 • R-Freshman 

ii 

n Crawford: Redshirt freshman tackle who will 
pnpete for playing time at right tackle, a position 
jfaited In three-year starter John I'eugill ... one of 
.jiirr redshin freshmen offensive linemen on the l 1 ' 1 )') 
Hter . . . listed on pre-fall depth chart at No. I with 
Hunting junior Tim Howard 

i! 

998: Redshirt season. 

1( igh School: Graduated from Moravia (N.Vi High 
Ihool in 1998 ... first team all-state selection in I 1 ) 1 )" 
i the New York sportswriters association ... rated New 
irks No. 8 prospect overall bySuperPrep, the No. 8 
pensive line prospect in the Big East Region in the 
reseason In PrepStar and the No. 14 overall pros- 
ed in the state hy Tom Lemming ... started even game 
jir four seasons ... played both ways (offensive tackle 
id defensive tackle) in addition to handling his team's 
laeekicking and punting chores ... selected to the 
..'.olden 50" squad, an all-star game matching the top 
layers from New York and New Jersey ... also was 
Limed a Section IV Conference all-star ... as a defen- 
se player he totaled 20 career sacks and eight fumble 
■cov cries ... recruited by Michigan State. Rutgers and 
,le Miss. ... high school coach was Steve Woodard. 

ersonal: Matthew David Crawford ... horn Jan. 8, 
-ISO ... son of Sheila and Dave Crawford ... majoring 
i letters and sciences. 



Crawford Up Close 



iomeday 1 would like to take a trip to: Alaska 
f I was Coach Yanderlinden for a day. I would: 

take even one someplace warm on vacation 
Xfiat stands out most about Coach Yanderlinden 

is: he encourages everyone to be their best 
Hy craziest ambition is to: go sky-diving 
f I could change one thing in the world, it would 

be: world hunger 



Moises 



CRUZ 



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Wide Receiver 

Germantown, Md. 

(Seneca Valley) 

5-1 1 • 172 • R-Junior, 2V 

On Cruz: Junior receiver who has played in 21 games 
and started 18 .. . leading receiver as a redshirt fresh- 
man, and second-leading pass-catcher a year ago . . . 
honors candidate who combines with fellow starter 
Jermaine Arrington to provide Maryland an experi- 
enced receiving tandem ... at least one reception in 
1 " career games ... a player blessed with quick feet 
and sure hands ... considered the best route-runner 
on the team ... a reliable pass-catcher who did not 
have a drop during his freshman campaign. 

1998: An even game starter but for a double tight 
end formation to begin the Virginia game . . . second- 
leading receiver with 1 S catches. 183 yards and a 12.2 
average . . . caught at least one pass in nine games . . . 
five catches for 62 yards in season opener vs. James 
Madison . .. TD reception vs. Florida State cut Semi- 
nole lead to 13-7 . . . second TD reception helped Ierps 
to a 1 -t-1 -t tie with Duke after 
one quarter. 

1997: Appeared in II 
of 1 1 games and made 
eight starts as a 
redshirt freshman 
... led the team in 
receptions (2 1 )) 
and receiving 
v a r d s 
(35") 



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as a rookie his one TD catch came in the opener 
ivs olno), when he registered season highs lor re- 
ceptions (d) and receiving yards (91) ... hail live 
latches (tor Si yards) w Clcinson and lour catches 
eai hvs North Carolina, North Carolina State and Geo r 
gia Tech did not have a drop all season 

1996: Redshirt season 

High School: Graduated from Seneca Vallej High 
School in 1996 ... named All \(.(, \iva In loin Lem- 
ming, \(iiii>iml Recruiting . Idvisor and BlueChtp 
was an all-count) selection as a wide receiver played 

both sides of the ball in high school also plaved 
basketball, baseball and ran track .. high school coach 
was Tern Changuris 

Personal: Moises \iiiiroCru/ . . born March 2. 1T8 
... son of Maryland Ibarra and \ugcl Cm/ ... majoring 
in criminology and criminal justice ... earned scholar 
athlete honors in I997. 



Career Statistics 




21-18 



Cruz Up Close 



My goal for 1999 is to: go to a bowl game 
Someday I would like to lake a trip to: the Medi- 
terranean 
The best advice I've ever received is: "Go to class 
If I lost all my possessions except one. I'd want 

to keep: my car 
Who would I most like to meet?: Jem Rice 
My ambition after football is to: go to law school 



Khary 




Moises Cruz 



Safety 

Dover, Del. 

(Dover/Naval Prep) 

5-1 1 • 193 • R-Freshman 

On Darlington: Redshirt freshman who has been 
shifted to a safety position for his second season with 
the Terrapin program ... waJk-on who joined the pro- 
gram in 1998 as a linebacker. 

1998: Redshirt season. 



1999 MARYLAND TERRAPINS FOOTBALL 



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Prep School: Attended Naval Academy Prep School 
in Rhode Island in 1997-98 . . . was a co-captain along- 
side current Terp teammate Randall Jones . . . aver- 
aged 9.-1 tackles per game as team's leading tackier. 









High School: Graduated from Dover High School in 
199" . . . played free s;tlet\ and tailback in high school 
... rushed for 1,188 yards and averaged 6.2 yards 
per earn as a senior . . . also recorded four intercep- 
tions . . . team MVP as a senior and played in state all- 
star game . . . team captain as junior and senior, earn- 
ing first team all-conference honors both seasons . . . 
second team all-state at safety as a junior . . . first team 
all-state at running back as a senior, second team at 
safety . . . also ran track as a freshman and sopho- 
more ... competed in hurdle events and 4x100 and 
4\2()() relays . . . team was state track champion both 
years ... was class president and student council mem- 
ber .. . National Honor Society . . . 3.64 high school 
GPA. 

Personal: khan Theo Darlington ... born Feb. 12, 
1979 . . . son of Barbara and Ted Darlington . . . ma- 
joring in business management . . . Maryland scholar- 
athlete in fall 1998. 



Up Close 



The toughest thing about being a student-ath- 
lete is: watching normal students having nothing 
to do! 

If I could change one tiling in the world, it would 
be: stereotypes 

If I could change any rule in college football, it 
would be: allow celebration 

Who would I most like to meet?: Jesus Christ 



Gavin 



DEFREITAS 




Tailback 

Seabrook, Md. 

(Duval/Western Maryland) 

5-1 1 • 1 92 • R-Senior 

On DeFreitas: Fifth-year senior transfer from West- 
ern Mankind College who may challenge for playing 
time at tailback . . . big back with quickness who ar- 
rived at Maryland as a walk-on during the 1998 sea- 
son ... all-conference in Division 111 and Western 
Maryland's leading rusher for two seasons . . i,639 
career yards on 1 18 carries in three seasons al West 
era Maryland . . . 3-6 yards per earn average with 16 
TDs . . . fifth all-time rushing leader al Western Mary- 
land ... came to Mankind as part of a "3-2" engi- 
neering program thai includes a preliminary degree 



from one school and leads to an engineering degree 
at a second institution . . . comes to Maryland in pur- 
suit of the engineering phase of his program. 

1998: Redshirt season while transferring from West- 
ern Mankind. 

1997 (WMC): Second team All-Centennial Confer- 
ence at Western Maryland . . . named offensive MVP 
. . . guided the Green Terror to their first undefeated 
( 10-0) regular season since 1929, and their first con- 
ference title since 1963 . . . team lost to national run- 
ner-up Lycoming in the first round of the .NCAA play- 
offs .. . was WMC's first NCAA playoff game in history 
though DeFreitas did not play because of injury ... 
finished junior season with 955 yards on 225 carries, 
a 4. 2-yard average and nine touchdowns . . . longest 
carry was 38 yards ... led WMC with 29 receptions 
for 313 yards . . . averaged 10.8 yards per catch with 
one touchdown . . . had four 100-yard games includ- 
ing a 27-carry, 141-yard effort to help clinch the league 
title vs. Johns Hopkins . . . best rushing game was 1 52 
yards and two TDs on 32 carries at Gettysburg . . . ca- 
reer receiving high of six catches for 104 yards at 
Dickinson . . . coached by Tim Keating. 

1996 (WMC): WMC rushing leader with U9 carries 
for 480 yards, ^.2 average and four touchdowns . . . 
best game was 106 yards vs. Ursinus, on 22 carries 
. . . also had 16 catches for 139 yards. 

1995 (WMC): Second on team in rushing with 204 
yards on "4 carries . . . 2.8-yard average with three 
touchdowns . . . 14 catches for 67 yards, 4.8-yard av- 
erage and one TD . . . leader in kickoff returns with 
16 for 292 yards and an 18.2-yard average ... long 
return of 36 yards. 

High School: Graduated from Duval High School in 
1995 ... three-year lettere inner ... was team cap- 
tain, offensive MVP and all-county selection as a se- 
nior . . . compiled 860 yards rushing and 318 receiv- 
ing yards in his final season . . .coached by Bob Estes. 

Personal: Gavin Julien DeFreitas ... born Aug. 16. 
1976 . . . son of Vibert and Pamela DeFreitas . . . cur- 
rently majoring in anthropology in order to maintain 
adequate units for athletic eligibility in his final sea- 
son of football . . . preliminary degree in physics from 
Western Maryland, 



DeFreitas Up Close 



The best advice I've ever received is: "Always be 

the best." 
My craziest ambition is: scuba diving 
If 1 could change one thing in the world, it would 

be: racism 
If I could change any rule in college football, it 

would be: change the "one knee down" rule 
America's biggest problem for the next century: 

racism 
Who would I most like to meet?: Brace lee 



Trey 



EVANS 




5 



Quarterback 

Austin, Texas (Round Rock) 

6-1 • 189 • R-Senior, IV 

On Evans: Redshirt senior who competes for the start- 
ing QB job ... came out of spring camp in 1998 listed 
No. 2 on the depth chart behind ken Mastrole . . . was 
making a bid for starting duties last spring and sum- 
mer, but tore his anterior cruciate ligament late in fall 
camp, and was lost for the season ... athletic quarter- 
back who has a good feel for the offense and has im- 
proved his accuracy and arm strength ... a player who 
has made consistent progress while in the program. 

1998: Torn ACL in fall camp ... did not play. 

1997: Saw limited action as a sophomore ... com- 
pleted his only pass attempt, for 19 yards, in the sea 
son finale vs. Georgia Tech . . . appeared in all 1 1 games 
as the holder on placement kicks. 

1996: Saw action as the holder on placement kick* 
... lone pass attempt was called back. 

1995: Redshirt season. 

High School: Graduated from Round Rock High 
School in 1995 ... earned first team all-district and 
All-Metro honors as a senior, when he passed for 1 ,59s 
yards and IS touchdowns ... helped lead Round Rod 
to the district championship in 1994, completing K 
of 22 passes for 2(18 yards and four touchdowns in 
the title game ... high school coach was Inez Perez. 

Personal: Albert Garland Evans . . . goes by nickname 
"Trey" . . . born March 9. 19"" ... son of Clara Franklir 
... majoring in economics. 



Career Statistics 




Passing G-GS Alt (nip hit Yds 

1996 no (i o (i 



Pel ID 

nun ii 



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1997 
1998 


11-0 1 
injured 


1 il 


10 1 111)11 





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totals 


22-0 1 


1 


19 1.000 





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back and lead Man land to a bowl game 
What stands out most about Coach Vanderlinden 

is: his honest] 
My ambition alter football is to: become a sports 

agent or an NFL scout 



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Shawn 




Free Safety 

poughkeepsie, n . y. 

( Poughkeepsie) 

€-0 • 196 • R-Junior, IV 

\ Forte: Returning starter at strong safety who shifts 

■'free Milch post for 1999 ... redshirt junior with 
size, speed, strength and 
experience 
...leading 
returning 
tackier 
in the 
Mary- 
I a n (I 
second- 
ary . . . ver- 
satile per- 
former 
\\ li o 
m a d e 
five 
plays 
b e- 
li i n d 
t h e 
line of scrimmage 
last season, in ad- 
dition to an inter- 
ception and three 
pass breakups . . . 
has shown continued 
progress in the Terp 
secondary alter origi- 
nallv coming to Man- 
land as a running 
hack ... 
was moved 
defensive hack in the spring of 1997. 

.'98: Played and started in nine games in his first 
il season . . . earned the No. 1 position at Strong safety 
ring spring drills ... despite missing games vs 
mson and Wake Forest, finished second among 
gdand defensive hacks with 64 tackles, including 
solos ... career-high 13 tackles at Duke ... had 
slops in season finale vs. NC Slate ... contributed 
e ol Man land's record seven interceptions at Duke 
had a sack and tackle for loss vs. Temple, and a 
'k in the season opener vs. JMl . 




1997: Missed Ins redshirt freshman season because 

ol ;i broken leg suffered ill spring drills was moved 
from running buck to defensive back in the spring. 

1996: Redshirt season 

High School: Graduated from Poughkeepsie High 
School in 10% ... an all-state quarterback who accu- 
mulated 1,500 yards ol total offense and 22 touch 

downs ;is a senior was an Ml Vmerican selection bj 
BlueCbip Illustrated and an Ml East choice b\ 
SuperPrep, National Recruiting Advisor and Tom 
Lemming. ... also lettered in basketball and track 
high school coaches were Keith Thompson and Tom 
Drakeford. 

Personal: Shawn A. Forte ... born Jan. 20. 1977 ... 
sou ol Gail and Willie Williams ... majoring in Ameri- 
can studies. 



Career Statistics 




Defense C-GS IT AT TT TFI, Sacks In) 

1998 9-9 12 11 64/7.1 4-17 1.0-8 1-10 



Forte Up Close 



The best advice I've ever received is: "Only you 

can make il happen.'' 
If I lost all my possessions except one, I'd want 

to keep: my sense of humor 
If I could change one thing in the world, it would 

be: racism 
If I could change any rule in college football, it 

would be: allow celebration 



Melvin 



FOWLER, JR. 




67 



Center 

Wheatly Heights, N.Y. 

(Half Hollow Hills) 

6-3 • 266 • R-Sophomore, 1 V 

On Fowler: Redshirt sophomore who begins his sec- 
ond season as the Terrapin center . . . incumbent 
starter who began fall camp a year ago competing for 
time at nose tackle . . . one of the most pleasant sur- 
prises of the 1998 campaign . . . was not just adequate, 
but even impressive in his firsl season at center ... 
sa\s \anderlinden. "He definitely has the ability to 
develop into an Ml-ACC performer during his career 
at Mankind" . . . remarkable position switch that ulti- 
mately solidified the Mankind offensive line and pro- 
vides stability for three more seasons ... moved to 
center just 10 davs from the 1998 opener, hut switch 



was embraced In Fowler and ultimately bv all . a 

quick, explosive player who attacks the hue ol scrim 
mage even describes iiunscii ,is relentless." 

1998: sinned all 1 1 games .11 1 enter despite nevi 1 
playing the position since junior high school shifted 
to offense from ;i nose tackle position pisl 10 davs 
before Maryland's opening game vs. James Madison 
one of two freshman starters on the offensive line 
... stabilized a line that was responsible m pari for 
the'Tcrps siaius as the sixth-most improved NCAA! \ 
rushing offense , , helped liinil opponent sacks from 
56 in 1997 to just 30 in 1998. 

1997: Redshirt season 

High School: Graduated from Half Hollow Hills High 
School in 1997 ... earned Ml Long Island and all 
count) honors ... named Long Island's lop lineman in 
a vole of area coaches ... was a finalist lor the 19% 
Bob Zellner Vward ... a three-sport standout who also 
excelled in basketball and lacrosse was an active 
volunteer in SADD and the Special Olympics... a mem- 
ber of the honor roll. 

Personal: Melvin Thaddeus Fowler, Jr. . . . born March 
31, 1 ( )~ ( ) son ofLucinda and Melvin howler. Sf 
majoring in communications. 




Fowler Up Close 



My goal for 1999 is to: be voted All-ACC 
Someday I would like to take a trip to: Australia 
The toughest thing about being a student-ath- 
lete is: constant dedication 
The best advice I've ever received is: Never give 

up." 
The word that best describes me is: relentless 
If I could change any rule in college football, it 
would be: allow holding 




1999 MARYLAND TERRAPINS FOOTBALL 






GUILIAN 



GARY 




Wide Receiver 

horseheads, n.y. 

(horseheads) 

6-0 • 1 77 • Sophomore, 1 V 

On Gary: Quick, young receiver who should see 
signficant playing time in 1999 . . . challenged through- 
out the 1999 spring for a starting wide receiver post 
. . . returns as the Terps' leading punt returner from 
1998 . . . three catches for 30 yards in spring game. 

1998: Played nine games on offense and special teams 
last season, but did not catch a pass . . . team's leading 
punt returner with 12 returns for 99 yards ... 8.3- 
yard average . . . long return of 34 yards against 
Temple. 

High School: Graduated from Horseheads High 
School in 1998 ... named second team all-state and 
the Star-Gazette (Elmira, N.Y.) co-Player of the Year 
as a senior in 1997 ... rated New York's No. 5 pros- 
pect overall by SuperPrep ... played wingback and 
defensive back ... caught 24 passes for -182 yards and 
seven touchdowns in addition to rushing for 948 yards 
and 1-i touchdowns on just 95 carries ... helped his 
high school team to consecutive Section 4 Class AA 
titles as a junior and senior ... a player with 4.4 speed. 
Gary scored eight touchdowns of 40 yards or more, 
including runs of 62, 61. 59. 51 and 43 yards ... was 
recruited by Syracuse, Wisconsin and Georgia Tech ... 
high school coach was Joe Matejka. 

Personal: Guilian Austin Gary . . . born June 5, 1980 
... son of Brenda and Gregory Gary ... first name is 
pronounced "Julian" ... majoring in letters and sci- 
ences. 

Career Statistics 



Punt Returns G-GS Ret Yds Avg TD LP 
1998 9-0 12 99 8.3 34 



Gary Up Close 



My goal for 1999 is to: return at least two punts for 

touchdowns 
Someday I would like to take a trip to: Jamaica 
The best advice I've ever received is: "No matter 

how hard todaj might be, tomorrow is a new day." 
For me to improve on the Held. I need to: keep 

my head up 



Guilian 
Gary 




Mike 




Offensive Guard 

East Hanover, N.J. 

(Hanover Park) 

6-4 • 290 • R-Sophomore, IV 

On George: Redshirt sophomore who returns as the 
incumbent starter at left guard ... has 10 straight starts 
entering his third year in the Maryland program . . . 
continues to improve his technique as he continues 
gaining experience ... plays with a tremendous amount 
of desire and intensity. 

1998: Started final 10 games as a redshirt freshman 
and played in all 11... moved into the starting lineup 
due to injury, and never relinquished the spot . . . one 
of two redshirt freshmen on the starting offensive line 
. . . offensive line allowed 26 fewer sacks in 1 998 than 
in 199", and rushing offense was sixth-most improved 
unit in the country . . . made substantial progress in 
I99S spring, leading to his challenge for playing time 
and subsequent insertion into the starting lineup. 

1997: Redshirt season. 

High School: Graduated from Hanover Park High 
School in 1997 ... captured third team all-state hon- 
ors in addition to being named first team all-area and 
lirsl learn all-conference as a senior ... a three -\ ear 



letterman who was his team captain in 1996 ... nami 
all-conference and all-area as a junior ... earned fo 
letters in wrestling and track and field 
1 in the state in the discus as a senior 
coach was John Liberato. 



.. ranked V 
. high schoc 



Personal: Michael Dennis George . . . 
1979 ... son of Jane and John George 
criminology and criminal justice. 



born May 2 - 
.. majoring i 



George Up Close 



The best advice I've ever received is: "Never give 

up." 

The word that best describes me is: determined 
If I could change any rule in college football, it 

would be: eliminate referees 



Monte 



GRAVES 




Linebacker 

Annapolis, Md. 

(St. Mary's) 

6-0 • 230 • R-Sophomore 

On Graves: Redshirt sophomore who batdes not on; 
for playing time, but a starting assignment among tit 
Man land linehacking corps . . . a tough, physical plan 
with good instincts ... a player with a natural feel for tli 
game . . . originally came to Maryland as a walk-on. 

1998: Saw limited action in six games behind all-st.i 
linebacker Eric Barton. 

1997: Redshirt season. 

High School: Graduated from St. Man's High ScIhkj 
in 199"" ... was a four-year varsity letterman, playin 
both linebacker and defensive end ... was named tli 
Anne .Arundel County Player of the Year and the stai 
Defensive Player of the Year as a senior ... was h 
team MVP in 1996. when he totaled 116 tackles an 
1 1 sacks ... selected to play in the Metro All-Star gam 
and the Mankind vs. Virginia All-Star game. 

Personal: Monte Stuart Graves . . . bom Sept. 26. 1 9" 
... son of Deniece Fisher ... majoring in African-Ameij 
can studies ... first name is pronounced 'monn-TAY 



Graves Up Close 



What stands out most about Coach Vanderlindei 

is: his consistent!) positive attitude 
Who would I most like to meet?: Bill Gates 
My ambition alter football is to: own a plumhitv. 

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HARRIS 




Quarterback 

Virginia Beach, Va. 

(Tallwood) 

6-1 • 218 • R-Sophomore 

)n Harris: Redshirt sophomore quarterback who 

ontinucs in work behind Maryland's first waveofquar- 

■backs . . has a strong arm and a quick release. 

998: Did not see playing time, though did trawl oc- 
asionally as a reserve quarterback. 

997: Redshirt season. 

ugh School: Graduated from Tallwood High School 
h l c ) l )~ ... ended his career as the school's single- 
eason and career passing-yardage leader ... threw for 
,785 yards and 11 touchdowns during his career, 
lcluding more than 700 yards as a senior ... led his 
igh school team to three consecutive playoff appear- 
nces ... also lettered in basketball, baseball and track. 

i 

personal: Gilbert Lawrence Harris . . . horn Sept. 10. 

978 ... son of Blanche and Gilbert Harris ... major- 

pg in communications. 



Harris Up Close 



My goal for 1999 is to: gel a bowl ring 
Someday I would like to take a trip to: Japan 
rhe best advice I've ever received is: "Look a man 

in the eye to gain his utmost respect." 
Who would I most like to meet?: Michael Jordan 



Jason 



HATALA 




Wide Receiver 

Centreville, Va. 

(Centreville) 

5-1 O • 173 • Junior, 2V 

tn Hatala: True junior who heads into his third sea- 
on competing for time at wide receiver ... enters fall 



camp hauling for a starling position ... an agile ami 
lough minded receiver with very good speed who also 
is noted for being a relentless blocker 

I9')K: \ppearcd in all 1 1 games as a sophomore while 
finishing as the Terps' tilth Lading receiver . . . caught 
10 balls for 1 ) i yards . , . listed No. 1 on the depth chart, 
but shuttled in and out of the lineup all season with 
fellow sophomore MoisesCruz three catches for 35 
yards in season opener vs James Madison . . . season 
long reception of 2 t yards on a third-down pla\ at Vir- 
ginia . had two catches against Clemson and Georgia 
Tech . . . carried the ball lour limes lor 1 1 net yards . . . 
longest carry was a 
reverse that pro- 
duced a 21-yard ^ Jason 
ID in final game • " : " :ll;l 
vs. NC Stale . . . re- 
turned seven 
kickollsforlil 
yards and a 
17.3-yard aver- 
age. 




%. 



1 



1997: Ap 
peared in 

all II 
games as 
a true 
freshman, 
catching 11 passes 
for 22-t yards. ..his 
average of 20.4 yards 
per catch was the best for Terps with at 
least 10 receptions ... had a season-high five 
receptions (for 64 yards) vs. Wake Forest ... his 
1 29 yards receiving on three receptions vs. Duke 
was a Maryland freshman record and the most hv a 
Terp receiver in 199" ... had TD grabs vs. Duke and 
Wake Forest ... his TD reception vs. Duke was a 76- 
yarder from QB Brian Cummings on the Terps' open- 
ing play from scrimmage . . . third-leading kickoff re- 
turn man with 11 returns for 233 yards and a 21.2- 
yard average. 

High School: Graduated from Centreville High School 
in 199" ... amassed more than 3.500 rushing yards 
(').2S 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 ... 
totaled bl receptions for a 19-yard average ... aver- 
aged a staggering 4-t yards on kickoff returns and 26 
yards on punt returns ... totaled more than 5. "00 all- 
purpose yards during his career ... named the count] 
co-Player of the Year as a junior ... selected all-region 
and all-district as a junior and all-district as a senior 
.... was rated the No. 3 running back prospect in the 
state by Tom Lemming and a top five running back 
prospect in the region by PrepStar. 

Personal: Jason Alan Hatala . . . bom Sept. 1-t. 1978 ... 
son of Sherry and Joseph Hatala ... majoring in communi- 
cations . . . Mary tmd scholar-athlete in spring and till 1998 




Career Statistics 



Yds \\u II) LP 

111 20 1 > "0 

'ii 9.4 2i 



3IK IS.I 



-(, 



hick Returns (i-(.s 

1997 i i 

I'WK Mil 

Totals >>-n 



Ret Yds \vg II) LP 

II 233 •!! '- ii 27 

7 121 17.3 26 

IK 3S) 19." o r 



Hatala Up Close 



My goal for 1999 is: to go to a bowl game 
Someday I would like to take a trip to: Australia 
The best advice I've ever received is: "PI :i evi 

game like it was your last; 
My craziest ambition is: snow hoard m theX-Games 



John 



HELMER 




Long Snapper 

Silver Spring, Md. 

(Springbrook) 

6-1 • 1 88 • R-Senior 

On Helmer: Contending with Scott Rudolph for the 
Terps' long-snapping duties for a third straight sea- 
son ... goes into fall camp No. 2 on the depth chart. 

1998: Backed up Scott Rudolph as the long snapper. 

1997: Backed up Scon Rudolph as the long snapper 

1996: Did not see any action. 

1995: Redshirt season. 

High School: Graduated from Springbrook High 
School in 1995 helped lead his team to the semifi- 
nals of the state playoffs his senior season ... played 
on the offensive line in addition to handling the long 
snapping chores. 

Personal: John Paul Helmer ... born April S. ls> 
... son of Mary and Dale Helmer ... majoring in crimi- 
nology and criminal justice ... earned 199" scholar- 
athlete honors. 



Helmer Up Close 



Someday I would like to take a trip to: Australia 
TS'hat stands out most about Coach Yanderlinden 

is: his honotv 
My ambition after football is to: become a mar- 
keting manager at a large firm 



1999 MARYLAND TERRAPINS FOOTBALL 



. . 









E.J. 



HENDERSON 



Charles 




Linebacker 

Aberdeen, Md. (Aberdeen) 

6-2 • 233 • R-Freshman 

On Henderson: Talented linebacker with speed and 
agility . . . redshirt freshman expected to battle for a 
starting assignment at inside linebacker. 

1998: Redshirt season. 

High School: Graduated from Aberdeen High School 
in 1998 ... four-year starter who played on four league 
championship teams ... started at middle linebacker/ 
running back his last three years after starting at out- 
side linebacker as a freshman ... senior honors in- 
cluded All America recognition from PrepStar and 
honorable mention All-American (USA Today), first 
team all-county (Aegis, Sporting Times), and first 
team All-Metro (Baltimore Sun) accolades ... was 
named Harford County Male Athlete of the Year by the 
Aegis newspaper ... played on teams that compiled a 
four-year record of 36-7, winning or sharing county 
championships all four seasons and capturing a re- 
gional title in '96 ... as a senior, he totaled l-t8 tack- 
les, six sacks and three fumble recoveries in addition 
to rushing for 1,127 yards and 15 touchdowns from 
the running back position ... was nominated to play in 
the Chesapeake Classic all-star game and was selected 
to the Mason-Dixon Shrine Classic ... an all-county 
(Aegis, Sporting Times) selection in basketball ... 
recruited by West Virginia, North Carolina State. Bos- 
ton College and Rutgers ... high school coach was Kevin 
Reilly. 

Personal: Eric N. Henderson . . . goes by "EJ." . . . 
horn Aug. 3, 1980 ... son of Quinette and Eric 
Henderson ... majoring in letters and sciences. 



on Up Close 



My goal for 1 999 is to: become a starter and re- 
ceive a 3.0 grade-point average 

Someday I would like to take a trip to: Africa 

America's biggest problem for the next century: 
UDS 

Who would I most like to meet?: Tupac Shakur, 
Malcolm \ 



HI 


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98 



Defensive Tackle 

Palmer Park, Md. 

(Eleanor Roosevelt) 

6-2 • 282 • Sophomore, 1 V 

On Hill: Young and gifted defensive lineman who 
battles junior Kris Jenkins for playing time at a tackle 
post ... performed admirably while starting three 
games in place of an injured Jenkins late last season 
as a true freshman. 

1998: Started three games, played in nine, as a true 
freshman ... had 16 tackles and one sack . . . started 
last three games vs. North Carolina, Duke and NC State 
. . . four tackles against Tar Heels and Duke, and sea- 
son-high six vs. Wolfpack. 

High School: Graduated from Eleanor Roosevelt High 
School in 1998 ... earned honorable mention all- 
county and honorable mention all-league honors as a 
senior in 199" ••• totaled 11-t tackles, including 87 
solos, and also had seven sacks, four fumble recover- 
ies and four caused fumbles ... nominated to play in 
the Chesapeake Classic all-star game and the Mason- 
Dixon Classic ... two-way starter (DT/OT) as a senior 
... his team won county and regional championships 
and lost in the state final his junior season ... a player 
with outstanding athleticism ... made dramatic strides 
in just two seasons of playing organized football ... 
was noticed on the basketball court by the football 
coach, who encouraged him to play football begin- 
ning his junior season ... played three years of varsity 
basketball ... high school coach was Rick Houchens. 

Personal: Charles L Hill ... born Nov. 1. 1980 ... 
son of Deborah Ford and Charles Hill ... majoring in 
letters and sciences. 

Career Statistics 



Defense G-GS IT AT IT TFl. Sacks lnt 

1998 9-3 " ( ) 16/1.8 0-0 1.0-6 on 



Hill Up Close 



Someday I would like to take a trip to: Mexico 
What stands out most about Coach Yanderlindcn 

is: he is always very positive 
The best advice I've ever received is: Never quit." 
If I lost all my possessions except one, I'd want 

to keep: mj watch 
Tor me to improve on the field, I need to: recog 

nize plays Easter 



Tim 



HOWARD 



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Offensive Tackle 
Leonardo, N.J. 

(MlDDLETOWN SOUTH) 

6-4 • 290 • R-Junior 

On Howard: Redshirt junior who entered spring drill 
as the starting right tackle to replace departed senior 
John Feugill . .. limited duty as backup for two sea- 
sons . . . has played both guard and tackle during three 
seasons in the Maryland program. 

1998: Saw brief action only in the opening game vs! 
JMU. 

1997: Saw limited time as a redshirt freshman. 

1996: Redshirt season. 

High School: Graduated from Middletown South High 
School in 1996 ... as an offensive lineman, was rate< 
No. 1 in New Jersey, No. 2 in the Northeast and No. l\ 
in the country ... earned All-America honors from 
SuperPrep and BlueCbip ... selected first team all-staid 
and all-county in addition to winning the Vind 
Lombardi Award as the best lineman in his confer- 
ence ... also competed in track and field (shot put) .. 
high school coach was Keith Comeforo. 

Personal: Timothy Joseph Howard . . . born Aug. 8J 
1978 ... son of Patricia and Russell Howard ... major- 
ing in kinesiological sciences ... earned 199" scholar- 
athlete honors. 



Howard Up Close 



The best advice I've ever received is: "Tie your 

shoes." 
If I lost all my possessions except one. I'd want 

to keep: my toothpaste 
My craziest ambition is: he an Ironman trialhlete 

(yeah, right 1 ) 
If 1 could change any rule in college football, it 

would be: makes tackles eligible for passes all the 

time 
My ambition after football is to: open a sports liar 

after I retire from a successful firm as a millionaire 



SO 



TERRAPIN 



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Mike 



HULL 




Tight End 
Hagerstown, Md. 
(South Hagerstown) 
6-5 • 258 • R-Junior, IV 
On hull: Redshirt junior who begins his fourth sea- 
ion with the Maryland program ... was an ll-game 
starter at tighl end in 1997 during Maryland's first sea- 
son under coach Vanderlinden ... back-up to John 
ffaerig through Ins sophomore campaign. 

1998: Saw limited action m seven games as a redshin 
sophomore . . . did nol catch a pass 

I 1 ) 1 ) - : Appeared in all 1 1 games as a redshin fresh- 
nan, catching 13 passes for 1 1 1 yards and one touch- 
town ... recorded career highs for receptions (4), 
■eceiving yards no) and I'D catches 1 1 1 \s. West Vir- 
ginia had at least one reception in eight of 1 1 games 
was one of two Tcrps named to the MJC Ml-Aca- 
.'ieniic football team. 

1996: Redshirt season. 

(High School: Graduated from South Hagerstown High 
jk'hnol in 1996 ... earned second team All-America 
bonors from BlueCbip and was an \II-Mid -Atlantic 
.election b) SuperPrep also was selected to Tom 
lemming's All-ACC area team named the Washing- 
■(on Count) Defensive Player of the Year ... was an . 
Itrea and all-count) choice at both offensive guard and 
lefensive lineman ... played baseball and basketbal 

I was a member of the National Honor Societ) ... high 
ichool coach was Greg Kellick. 

Personal: Michael William Hull .... born April 23. 
1978 son ol Nanq and Donald Hull ... majoring in 

nisincss management ... earned I 1 ) 1 )" scholar-athlete 
lonors 



Career Statistics 



teceiving 


G-GS 


Rec 


Yds 


*VR 


TO LP 


997 


11-10 


13 


111 


8 5 


1 IS 


'Ms 


7-0 


11 





0.0 


II 



totals 



18-10 13 111 8.5 1 15 



Hull Up Close 



My goal for 1999 is: contribute to a bowl-winning team 
The toughest thing about being a student-ath- 
lete is: managing time 
Who would I most like to meet?: |oe Montana 



Tony 



JACKSON 




Safety 

Ellicott City, Md. 

(Wilde Lake) 

6-1 • 202 • Junior, 2V 

On Jackson: Versatile junior who can plaj either safet) 

position . . . played both positions during spring and 

moved into a starting role at strong safet) a tough 

player who has become more physical in his play ... a 

play/maker with a tremendous upside also played 

baseball for the Terps last spring when there weren't 

conflicts with football ... batted .353 with a pair of 

doubles and no errors while plaung 2(1 games in the 

outfield . . . did not play baseball as a freshman and 

has three seasons of baseball eligibility remaining. 

199S: Started two games and played in seven as .1 
true sophomore ... suffered a sprained knee at 
Clemson which forced him to miss four games . . . fin- 
ished the season with l-i tackles and one TFL ... 
started season opener al free safet). andClemson game 

at strong safet) . . . 
career-high six 
tackles in opening 
game \s. James 
Madison . 
four vs. 
Clemson 

Maqfands 

primar) 



Ton} 
Jackson 




4 



199": Ap- 
peared m in games and to- 
taled 10 tackles as a true 
freshman ... had a pair of inter- 
ceptions, recording pickoffs \s 
Florida State and Wake Forest 
also returned 12 punts for 43 yards 
(3.6 average \ ... stellar spring camp 
included team-leading eight intercep- 



High School: Graduated from Wilde Laki High School 
in 1997 named the Baltimore Sun's Male Vthleteol 

the Year follow ing his senior season named St si ir.nn 
Ml Metro b) the Baltimore Sun and second team All- 
Met by the Washington Post selei led as the co Player 
ol tin- Year in the state In the Mankind High School 
Sports Ledger ranked as the state's No 1 defensive 
hack In Tom Lemming . was named the Defensive 
Player ol the Year in the count) by \he Howard ( ounty 
Sun was .1 second team Ml Metro pick as a junior 
and a second learn all COUnt) I hoil e as a sophomore 
... was a four-year starter in high 51 hool led Ins team 
10 the count) tide two ol his last three seasons, includ- 
ing a 10 I mark and the regional championship as .1 
senior ... earned three letters 111 baseball and was a first 
team Ml Mel Selection as .1 senior. 

Personal: Million) Lawrence Jackson bom \i.r. 
19, 1979 son of Vernetta and Richard Jackson 
majoring in criminology and criminal justice. 

Career Statistics 




Defense G-GS 

1997 

1998 7 1 



IT 

9 

in 



M 
1 

1 



IT 
10/1.0 

I 1/2 11 



TF1. Sai ks 

in 11 

I 2 0.0-0 



I Ml 



Totals I "-2 19 S 2i/1.4 1-2 o.ii-o 



I'niii Returns 
1997 

1998 



G-GS 

In 11 
7-2 



Kct 

12 

13 



Vis 

is 

50 



Totals 17-2 25 93 3.7 



\\fi TO LP 
3.6 15 

3.9 Id 

16 



II 



Jackson Up Close 



My goal for 1999 is: to maintain a starting position 
Somedaj I would like to take a trip to: a bowl 

game 
If I was Coach Vanderlinden for a da). I would: 

continue putting education as prionn No I 
M\ motto is: Leave it on the field - practice or game 



Eric 




Tight End 

Washington, D.C. 

( Anacostia) 

6-2 • 252 • R-Sophomore, IV 

On James: Sophomore tight end who has the talent 
to get deep in the passing game ... possesses sure 
hands and natural talent as a receiver ... has devel- 
oped into a good blocker ... should see a lot of plac- 
ing time. 



1999 MARYLAND TERRAPINS FOOTBALL 



I 1998: Redshirt freshman who saw action in nine 
games . . . started against Virginia in a double tight 
end formation ... did not catch a pass. 

1997: Redshirt season. 

High School: Graduated from Anacostia High School 
in 1997 ... was named to George Michael's Golden 1 1 
all-star team as a senior after catching 71 passes for 
1,324 yards and 19 touchdowns ... was a first team 
.Mi-Met selection ... was rated the top prospect in the 
area by Tom Lemming ... led Anacostia 
to the city title and a 10-3 record in 
1996 ... high school 
coach was Willie 
I Stewart. 

Personal: 

Eric Eu- 
gene James 
... born Apri 
25, 1978... son of 
Brenda and 
Russell James 
... majoring 
in criminol- 
ogy and crimi- 
nal justice. 







Eric 
James 



James Up Close 



Someday 1 would like to take a trip to: the moon 
The best advice I've ever received is: "Leave ev- 
erything out on the field." 
America's biggest problem for the next century: 

we're always too concerned with other countries 
and we should focus more on our own problems in 
the U.S. 
My ambition after football is to: be a politician 



Kris 



JENKINS 




Defensive Tackle 
Ypsilanti, Mich. 
(Be'-leville) 
6-5 • 285 • Junior, 2V 
On Jenkins: Third-year player who brings excellent 
size and strength to the Terps' defensive front ... ex- 
tremely agile and verj strong in the upper and lower 



body ... mainstay on last season's improved defensive 
line and an integral part of its continued progress the 
next two seasons. 

1998: Eight-game starter before missing the final three 
games last year with a pinched nerve in his shoulder 
. . . sixth-leading returning tackier with 3b stops last 
season ... averaged 4.5 per game ... 23 solos ... 
four TFL for 23 yards, one sack . . . named the out- 
standing freshman during spring drills. 

1997: Appeared in all 1 1 games as a true freshman, 
finishing with 17 total tackles ... had three tackles each 
vs. North Carolina, West Virginia and Georgia Tech. 

High School: Graduated from Belleville High School 
in 1997 ... was rated among the top 20 recruits in the 
state of Michigan as a senior by the Detroit Free-Press 
...led his team to a 10-1 record and the 1995 Division 
III title ... earned all-area and all-conference honors 
... also lettered in basketball and track ... qualified for 
the state meet in the discus ... high school coach was 
Bob LaPointe. 

Personal: Kristopher Rudy-Charles Jenkins ... bom 
Aug. 3, 1979 •■■ son of Annie McDaniel and Darome 
Jenkins ... majoring in kinesiology. 



Randall 



JONES 





Career Statistics 



Defense G-GS 


UT 


AT 


TT 


TFL 


Sacks 


lut 


1997 11-0 


8 


9 


17/1.6 


1-1 


0.0-0 


0-0 


1998 8-8 


23 


13 


36/4.5 


4-23 


1 ii i, 


0-0 



Totals 19-8 31 22 53/2.8 5-24 UT6~ 



Jenkins Up Close 



Someday I would like to take a trip to: 
Disneyworld 

If I lost all my possessions except one. I'd want 
to keep: my false tootli 

My craziest ambition is: to be stranded on a de- 
serted island with food. TV and Halle Bern 



m 



TIFF 



*L12 

Quarterback 

Frederick, Md. 

(Thomas Johnson/Naval Prep) 

6-2 • 21 2 • Sophomore, 1 V 

On Jones: Incumbent starter at quarterback after tak- 
ing over starting duties late in his freshman campaign 
... became the first true freshman in Maryland histon 
to start a game at quarterback when he took the open- 
ing snap at Clemson . . . athletically-gifted QB who runs 
the ball effectively . . . helped enhance Terps' ground 
game last season and produce the sixth-most improved 
rushing attack in the nation . . . came to Man land origi- 
nally as a free safety and still could play on the defen- 
sive side of the ball if circumstances called for it .... 
wore jersey No. 38 wJien he arrived on campus las^ 
fall, and switched to No. 1 when he moved to quarter- 
back . . . wears No. 12 this season. 



1998: True freshman 
QB who started four of 
the 10 games ii 
which he played . . 
44 for 98 passing 
for 567 yards 
and three 
touchdowns 
. . . fourth- 
leading 
rusher 
with 230 
yards on 77 carries . . . 
75-yard touchdowt 
scamper vs. Dukt 
was Maryland's 
longest run from 
scrimmage all 
season ... had 
a 4()-yard TI> 
run \s. Geor 
gia Tech. in 
Baltimore .. 
first start came 
at Clemson . . 
started loin 
straight games he 
fore coming oil the 
bench in just tin 
second series 
against Duta 
and \( 



f? FGGTF/U-U 




_ 






state . . . ;ii Duke, liinslicil mill 1 1 s \.iiils rushing snd 
us 6 of 13 passing while guiding Terps to 358 \iiriK 
Dial offense . . . Terps' offensive back of the name ai 
mke engineered both Maryland scoring drives vs 
lorida State . longest pass was a 56-yard comple- 
ion in fullback Man Kaiapinski who was taken down 
it the NC State 9-yard line . . . Jones scored two plays 
itei from eight yards out for a 28-21 deficit with 10:15 
villaining saw action in everj game except ;ii VTr- 
ania . caught a 1 5 yard i>ass from tailback LaMonl 
ordan \s. Temple. 

iVcp School: \itended the Naval Academy Prep 
school in Rhode Island in the fall of 1 ( > 1 )" . . . broke 
he school record for rushing touchdowns In a quar 
krback. 

High School: Graduated from (li»\. Thomas Johnson 
High School in 1997 ... was a two-time all-slate free 
igfety ;ii Gov. Thomas Johnson High ... was a preseason 
All American prior to his senior season In Street & 
\>inil>'s ... led his high school learn in interceptions 
for three seasons, totaling 2 1 in his career ... as a quar- 
erback in '96, he rushed for l l ) touchdowns and 
passed for 1 3 others was a three-time all-area and 
All-Central Man land Conference selection at Q15 and 
nree safety ... led his team with 123 total tackles as a 
senior ...Gov. Johnson reached the state semis his jun- 
ior and senior seasons and the quarterfinals his sopho- 
nore year ... also played basketball in high school 
[where he was a teammate of current Terp basketball 
player Terence Morns), helping his team to a state 3A 
Championship ... was a state high school track cham- 
pion as a senior in the 1 10 hurdles and finished third 
n the state in the 300 intermediate hurdles and the 
ong lump. 

Personal: Randall Demetrius Jones . . . born April 
80, I 1 )" 1 ) ... son of Karen and Randy Jones ... major- 
ng in letters X. sciences ... first name is pronounced 
Tan-DELL" 



Career Statistics 




tossing G-(iS Att Cmp Int Yds Pet TD LP 

998 10-4 98 -r-i -i sir .449 3 56 



Jtushing 

; 998 



G-GS \« 

10-4 



Net 

230 



tog. 

3.0 



TD LP 



Jones Up Close 



My goal for 1999 is: to win a bowl game 
Someday I would like to take a trip to: Caucus 
The best advice I've ever received is: "Get your 

education while it's free." 
If I could change any rule in college football, it 

would be: allow celebration 
Who would I most like to meet?: Randall 

Cunningham 



LaIMont 



JORDAN 



(ai iilin.i 



riishnl lor two loin luh 




Tailback 

FORESTVILLE, Md. 

(Suitland) 
5-11 • 216 • Junior, 2V 

On Jordan: Primary cog in Man lands improved run- 
ning game the past two seasons . . . All- \merica can- 
didate and a second-year candidate for the Doak 
\\ alker Award honoring the nation's lop running back 
. . . already among Mankind career rushing leaders 
with two years still to play . . . averages i.9 yards per 
carry and 75.9 yards per game through two seasons 
. . . leads Maryland with nine touchdowns in two sea 
sons ... averages;! 100-yard rushing game every, third 
game of his career, with seven in 21 games ... 1.595 
career yards is virtually halfway to Maryland's career 
rushing record of 3,317 . . . finished among ACC top 
five rushing leaders as a freshman and sophomore 
. . . joins junior fullback rushing male Malt Kaiapinski 
as one of the most formidable inside-out- 
side rushing tandems in the nation 
. . . helped Terps to the sixth-most 
improved rushing offense in 
country last season with an in- 
crease of 72.7 yards per game 
. . . Terps' second-leading re- 
ceiver over the last two sea- 
sons with 3d catches for 2-i2 
yards ... explosive running 
back who is rated among the lop 
backs in the Atlantic Coast Con- 
ference ... a powerful inside 
runner who also has the 
speed to gel to the outside ... 
versatile athlete who can run 
over, around and through defenders ... excellent 
receiver out of the backfield who also has been called 
upon to throw the halfback pass. 

1998: Second team All-ACC and named Maryland's 
most outstanding offensive player . . . played 10 of 1 1 
games in his sophomore campaign and fell just 94 
yards shy of becoming the Terps' fourth player to rush 
for 1 .000 y ards in a season . . . 900 rushing y ards w ere 
third-best sophomore total in Terrapin history . . . av- 
eraged 00.0 yards per game and 5.4 yards per carry 
. . . also was Maryland's third-leading receiver with l-i 
catches for 87 yards, 6.2 per reception ... five 100- 
yard rushing games including a career-high 138 yards 
on 22 carries vs. Temple . . . averaged 8.0 vards per 
earn while rushing 1" times for 136 vards at North 



remple and I NC averaged 6 6 yards against Wake 
Foresl while carrying 20 times lor I ->2 yards also 
threw halfback screen pass thai turned into a 68-yard 
TD piLss to Jermaine \rringlon against the Demon Dr.i 
cons 11 was Maryland's longest id pass in two sea 
sons surpassed 100-yard plateau in consecutive 
games vs Wake Forest, Georgia Tech ami North Caro- 
lina accounted for all of Maryland s scoring at 1 NC 
with i 1 ) and 50-yard scoring runs, the longest ol Ins 
career averaged 33-5 vards on Ins six TD runs m 
1998 ... blistered Duke and 1 NC defenses in back- 
to-back weeks with long runs ol i.X. 1') anil ill vards. 
all lor touchdowns . . . added a 30-yard run in the sea 
son Bnale against NC State to contribute to a 109-yard 
rushing day on 20 carries 

1997: Burst on to the scene as a true freshman In 

finishing runner up lor \(,(, Rookie ol the Year hon- 
ors ,.. led all VCC freshmen in rushing vards (689), 
attempts (159) and all-purpose yards (920) lus 

689 vards ranked eighth nationally among all true 
freshmen ... ran for a freshman school record 135 
yards vs. Temple and totaled a school freshman-record 
2S carries vs. Georgia Tech ... became the first fresh- 
man in Maryland history to post two 100-yard games 
in a season ( \s Temple and North Carolina Slate) ... 
accounted for "1 percent of Maryland's rushing vards 
... was named ACC Rookie of the Week Sept. 20 for his 
135-yard effort in a win over Temple ... his 1 1 yard 
TD run vs. Florida State was the fourth longest gain 
from scrimmage by a Mankind freshman ... averaged 
4.3 yards per carry ... finished third on the learn in 
receptions (22). 



High School: Graduated from 
Suiiland High School in 100" ... 
highly decorated player who was 
named first team All-Mel by the 
Washington Post and Bal- 
timore Sun xs a senior 
... also earned first 
team all-stale, first team 
all-county and was se- 
eded George Michaels 
Golden 1 1 Plaver of the \ cai- 
rn Prince George's County ... 
was the recipient of the 
Player of the Year Award by 
the Washington Pigskin Club 
... was a second team all- 
county choice as a junior and 
was named the Washington 
District Officials' most out- 
standing player ... 
rushed for 1.962 
vards and 




I 




LaMonl 
Jordan 



1999 



'Mr' 



LAND TERRAPINS FOOTBALL 






2.i touchdowns on 1% attempts us a senior ... also 
returned two punts for touchdowns ... gained 1,084 
yards on 106 attempts as a junior ... became the first 
player in school history to rush for more than 1 ,000 
vards in 1995 ... PrepStar 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 ... named 
his team MVP as a senior ... led Suitland to an 8-2 
mark in 1996, its best record in 20 years ... clocked 
at 10.6 in the 100 meters and 21.6 in the 200 meters 
... was the county champion in the 100 meter dash as 
a senior ... helped lead Suitland to its first county track 
championship since 1991 as a senior ... high school 
coach was David Lynch. 

Personal: LaMont Jordan ... born Nov. 11, 1978 ... 
mother's name is Marie ... majoring in communica- 
tions. 

Career Statistics 



Rushing 


G-GS 


An 


Net 


Avg. 


TD 


LP 


1997 


11-3 


159 


689 


4.3 


3 


4-1 


1998 


10-9 


169 


906 


5.4 


6 


50 


Totals 


21-12 


328 


1,595 


4.9 


9 


50 


Receiving 


G-GS 


Rec 


Yds 


Avg 


TD 


LP 


1997 


11-3 


U 


155 


7.1 





22 


1998 


10-9 


14 


87 


6.2 





13 



Totals 21-12 36 242! 6?7 22 



Jordan Up Close 



The best advice I've ever received is: "Be yourself 
and don't change for anyone. If you believe in some- 
thing, stand up for it and be heard." 

If I lost all my possessions except one, I'd want 
to keep: my heart 

■America's biggest problem for the next century: 
everyone is so worried about how much money they 
are making that they don't care what is happening 
around them 

My ambition after football is to: be a sports broad- 
caster 



Matt 



ALAPINSKI 




Fullback 
Marshfield, Mass. 
( Marshfield) 
6-1 • 223 • Ju !or, 2V 
On Kalapinski: Junior fullbaci who teams 
with LaMont Jordan to give Maryland one of 
the most potent inside-oiitside rushing tan 
ems in the country . . . both averaged right 




at five vards per earn last season and both were ranked 
among ACC rushing leaders . . . Kalapinski proved a 
formidable runner in his second college season . . . 
15 consecutive starts heading into his junior campaign 
. . . hard-nosed, hard-working, blue-collar type player. 

1998: Started all games at fullback . . . second-lead- 
ing rusher with 370 yards on 75 carries . . . 4.9-yard 
average with three TDs . . . 53-yard run at Virginia was 
career long . . . ranked as high as sixth among ACC 
rushers during his sophomore campaign . . . back-to- 
back games of 87 yards (eight carries) at Virginia, 
and 80 yards ( 1 1 carries) at West Virginia . . . scored 
two TDs in Morgantovvn . . . caught four passes for 97 
yards. 

1997: Appeared in all 1 1 games as a true freshman 
... made four starts as the H-back ... rushed three times 
for five yards and had two receptions for 24 yards ... 
also had three tackles. 

High School: Graduated from Marshfield High School 
in 1997 ... was named the Division III Player of the 
Year in 1996 by the Boston Globe ... also was an .All- 
Scholastic selection by the Globe. Boston Herald and 
Patriot-Ledger ... named first team all-state and first 
team all-league ... was selected conference Player of 
the Year by WATV radio ... set school records for rush- 
ing yards in a season (1,771), rushing attempts in a 
game (22), single-game rushing yards (223), career 
rushing average (12.0), touchdowns in a season (27 ) , 
touchdowns in a career (47), longest kickoff return 
for a touchdown (90 ) , longest punt return for a touch- 
down (85) and most points scored in one season 
( 174) ... as a junior, he recorded 66 tackles from the 
linebacker position ... led Marshfield to two consecu- 
tive Super Bowl championships ... earned three var- 
sity letters in football and three in baseball ... named 
all-league in baseball as a 
junior and senior ... high 
school coach was Lou 
Silva. 

Personal: Matthew 
Lawrence Kalapinski 
... born Sept. 8, 1979 
... son of Carol and 
Paul Kalapinski ... 
majoring in criminal 
justice. 



Career Statistics 



Rushing 

1997 
1998 



G-GS 

11-4 
11-11 



An 

3 

75 



Net 

5 
370 



Avg. TD LP 

1.7 3 
4.9 3 53 



Totals 

Receiving 

1997 
1998 



22-15 78 375 4.8 3 53 



G-GS 

11-4 
11-11 



Rec 

2 



Yds 

24 

97 



Avg TD 

12.0 
24.3 1 



LP 
15 

56 



Totals 22-15 6" 121 20.2 T~W 



Kalapinski Up Close 



Someday I would like to take a trip to: Switzerland 
What stands out most about Coach Vandcrlinden 

is: his charisma 
The best advice I've ever received is: "Live today 

as if you were going to die tomorrow." 
The word that best describes me is: competitive 



Chad 





Fullback 

Pittsburgh, Pa. (Fox Chapel) 

6-2 • 234 • R-Freshman 

On Killian: Redshirt freshman who figures into I 
depth picture at fullback . . . will compete with seniot 
Kenny Rogers for the second fullback position. 

1998: Redshirt season. 

High School: Graduated from Fox Chapel High School 
in 1998 ... earned third team all-state honors ami I 5 1 
Today honorable mention All-America recognition as 
a senior in 1997 after rushing for 1,4.36 yards ami 
scoring 28 touchdowns ... also was a first team . 
Quad A East choice and was selected to the Fabu- 
lous 22 team by the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette . 
earned first team all-conference honors as a jui 
tor ... high school coach was Joe Naunchuk. 

Personal: Chadwick Joseph Killkui . . . bom March 
1980 ... son of Bonnie and Paul Killian ... his father played 
college football at Pitt ... his brother, P.J., played footbal 
at Virginia and with the Cleveland Browns, and his brothei 
Todd played football at Duquesne was bom in Wash- 
ington. DC. ... majoring in letters and sciences. 



Killian Up Close 



The best advice I've ever received is: "Be yourself." 
If I lost all my possessions except one, I'd want 

to keep: m\ fishing rod 
For me to improve on the tield. I need to: im- 

prove in tin' classroom 



nr\^n\-\- 



Luke 



KIM 




Tailback 
Silver Spring, Md. 
(Paint Branch) 
5-9 • 1 80 • R-Freshman 
)n kim: Walk-on tailback who tore an anterior cru 
iate ligament during a fall scrimmage in 1998 ... 
iackup tailback. 

998: Redshirt season. 

ligh School: Graduated from Paint Branch High 
ichool in 1998 helped team rebound to a 4-6 
ecord as a senior while rushing for 1.019 yards and 
3 touchdowns . . . school record 99-yard TD vs. Mont- 
omerj Blair ...first team all-league and honorable 
lention all-county ... recorded Id tackles with a sack 
ml interception while playing outside linebacker . . . 
.■tiered in both football and lacrosse as a junior and 
enior . . three-year letterwinner in wrestling where 
■ e was regional champion in the 162-lh. weight class 
... also won his class at the Bowie Invitational ... 
Member of Minds in Motion for students with 3-25 
jiP\ or better ... 3-5 GPA. 

personal: Lucas Yeong-Chang Kim ... born Oct. 16, 
980 . . son of Kay and Gi-kong Kim . . . father is a 
physicist at NASA . .. mother is a patent examiner for 
he I S. Patent and Trademark Office . . . majoring in 
'.'tiers \ sciences . . . favorite athlete is Warrick Dunn. 



Kim Up Close 



My goal for 1999 is: enjoy every day 
Someday I would like to take a trip to: the moon 
My craziest ambition is: to play quarterback 
(America's biggest problem for the next century : 

ignorance 



Brian 



KOPKA 



r*t 




17 



Placekicker 

Hollywood, Fla. 

(Hollywood Hills) 

5-7 • 166 • Junior, 2V 

On Kopka: l.ou (iro/a Award scinilinalisl from 1998 
who returns as one of the nation's most outstanding 
kickers . . . consistent scoring threat from as far as 50 
yards who led the nation in field goals at one point 
last season, and who ranked nationally all season . . . 
career IS of 2S (.643) on field goal attempts, 
and 3 i of 36 (.') 1 1) on extra-point attempts 
. . . ninth among Mankind career field goal 
leaders entering his junior season . . . has 
made three field goals in a game 
three times in two seasons . 
named the Terps' top specia 
teams performer as a sopho- 
more, in addition to acco 
lades honoring the 
letterwinner with the top 
academic average. 



over Duke, earning \Q Rookie ol the Week honors 
after connecting on all three ol Ins field goal attempts 
(47, 31, 36 yards) in a 16 lOvictorj hit both of his 
attempts from 59 ami 1 1 yards — in the season 
finale vs Georgia Tech shared the team lead in scor- 
ing, totaling 30 points converted <> of m field goal 
attempts and l2oi 13 extra-point tries 

High School: Graduated from Hollywood Hills High 
School m 1997 was a first nam all-state selection 

as a senior also was a two-lime all-count) and all 
conference honoree ... career-long SMard field goal 
came during his senior season, w hen lie made 8 ol I 1 
field goal attempts and all I i I'M tries earned St n 
dent-Athlete of the Week honors from the Sun-Senti- 
nel newspaper and was a member ol the National 
Honor Society ... high school coin h was lark Pierson 

Personal: Brian Matthew Kopka ... horn Nov. 27, 
1978 ,.. son of Renee Wallack and Sam Kopka ... a 
brother, Kevin, was a kicker al Notre Dame ... major- 
ing in communications ... Maryland scholar-athlete in 
.-*^^ first lour semesters. 



/ 



1998: Led Mankind in scoring while booting 
of 18 field goals . . . tied with five others for n 
Mankind's single season chart with 12 FGs ... fin 
ished ranked 43rd national!) after leading the coun- 
try at one point and ranking in the top 10 virtually all 
season . . . did not miss an attempt that wasn't blocked. 
or longer than 45 yards . . . had 10 field goals in the 
month of September including five of 45 yards or 
longer . . . after missing 46-yarder in season's first at- 
tempt, hit 10 straight until 37-yard attempt was blocked 
\s Florida State . . . 46-yarder at Virginia was second- 
longest of career . . . pair of 43-yard field goals at \\ est 
Virginia was first career game with multiple 40-yarders 
. . . pair of43-yarders were third-longest of career . . . 
was 4 of d between 40 and 49 yards and S of 9 inside 
4(1 ... only miss inside 40 yards was blocked ... 3 for 
3 (23, 42. 29) vs. Temple to earn ACC special teams 
player of the week honors ...3 lor 4 (46wr, 21. 27, 
20 ) in season opener vs. James Madison . . . came out 
of spring drills contending with senior Brad Rhodes 
for the placekicking chores ... hit both of his field goal 
attempts in an overtime "kick-off to lead his team to 
victor) in the annual spring game. 

199": Became onh the third true freshman to kick 
for the Terps ... saw his first action in the season's 
fourth game. \s. Temple, when he took over the kick- 
off and PAT duties ... was the hero in the Terps' win 




Brian 
Kopka 



*fc 



Career Statistics 



Kicking 


GP-GS 


XP-A 


FG-A 


Pts. 


1997 


8-7 


12-13 


6 10 


30 


1998 


II II 


11-1^ 


12-18 


58 



fota'ls 19-18 WiB 18-28 



Kopka Up Close 



My goal for 1 999 is to: be an Ail-American 

If I was Coach Vanderlinden for a day. I would: 

spend practice with the specialists 
What stands out most about Coach Vanderlinden 

is: his enthusiasm 
The best advice I've ever received is: Things are 

never really as good, or as bad. as they seem.'' 
If I could change any rule in college football, it 

would be: return the goal posts back to the goal line 




wn F' 



LAND TERRAPINS FOOTBALL 






55 



Bob 



KRANTZ 



Reggie 



LEWIS 



Erik 



LIPTON 




Offensive Guard 

Clifton, Va. 

(Centreville) 

6-5 • 270 • R-Freshman 

On Krantz: Redshirt freshman expected to contrib- 
ute on the offensive line . . . highly touted prospect 
from 1908 recruiting class ... entered spring 1999 
behind returning starter Mike George at left guard. 

1998: Redshirt season. 

High School: Graduated from Centreville High School 
in 1998 ... named first team All- Met by the Washing- 
ton Post, first team all-state (coaches), honorable 
mention All-American by USA Today, and zSuperPrep 
all-region choice in 1997 ... also was named to George 
Michael's Golden 11 all-star team ... as an offensive 
tackle, he was rated the top lineman in the state by 
Tom Lemming and the No. 3 offensive line prospect in 
the ACC region by the National Recruiting Advisor 
and PrepStar ... Centreville won a district title and 
finished runner-up in the region while posting a 10-2 
record in 199" ... also recruited by Virginia, Virginia 
Tech, Florida and Penn State, among others ... high 
school coach was Dan Foglio. 

Personal: Robert Lawrence Krantz . . . born Dec. 26, 
1979 ... son of Emily and Robert Krantz, Jr. ... major- 
ing in letters and sciences. 



Krantz Up Close 



My goal for 1999 is to: play in a bowl game 
What stands out most about Coach Vanderlinden 

is: his confidence 
If I lost all my possessions except one, I'd want 

to keep: my fishing tackle 
The toughest player I faced last year was: Kendall 

Ogle 
My ambition after football is to: be a successful 

businessman 




Linebacker 

Chicago, III. 

(Carver) 

6-0 • 230 • R-Sophomore 

On Lewis: Redshirt sophomore who will challenge 
for a starting position at inside linebacker . . . saw only 
limited game action in 1998, and has impressed 
coaches with all-around skills in moving to the foot- 
ball. 

1998: Saw brief action in eight games, hut did not 
letter. 

1997: Redshirt season. 

High School: Graduated from Carver High School in 
1997 ... named first team All-Met by the Chicago Sun- 
Times ... led the city of Chicago with 20 quarterback 
sacks as a senior ... registered 104 tackles and 10 
fumble recoveries his senior season ... Carver posted 
a record of 8-2 in 1996 ... averaged 10 points and 12 
rebounds for his highly-ranked basketball team. 

Personal: Reginald Kareem Lewis . . . born Aug. 2, 
1979 ... son of Rosemary Lewis ... majoring in family 
studies. 



Lewis Up Close 



If I was Coach Vanderlinden for a day, I would: 

take the team on a trip to Chicago 
The best advice I've ever received is: From Coach 

Vanderlinden: "1 love you, hut no one is going to 

love you like you love yourself." 
If I lost all my possessions except one, I'd want 

to keep: the letter my mother wrote in my Bible 
Who would I most like to meet?: Malcolm X 




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Quarterback 

Crofton, Md. 

(Arundel) 

6-3 • 206 • R-Sophomore 

On Lipton: Redshirt sophomore who is listed fourt 
on the depth chart at quarterback ... a student of tli 
game who possesses a nice touch on the ball ... has 
solid understanding of the offense and continues t 
make daily progress in the Terps' system. 

1998: Practice and scrimmage player . . . saw gam 
action only on special teams during season final 
against NC State. 

1997: Redshirt season. 

High School: Graduated from Arundel High Schoc 
in 1 997 . . . finished his career as the state record holdt 
for career passing yards (4,768), TD passes (-1" 
completions (312), attempts (S21) and games playej 
( 29 ) ... first team All-Met by the Washing/on Post an] 
the Baltimore Sun as a senior, when he threw fij 
2, (ISO yards and 20 touchdowns ... led Arundel to 
22-7 record as a starter, including 10-1 his seniq 
season ... was named the Baltimore Sun's -iA Offei 
sive Player of the Year in '96 ... in addition to all-stat 
honors, was an Mi-America choice by Tom Lemmin! 
Athlon. ESPX G&W Report and. Xational Recruit in 
Advisor, among others ... was rated the No. 5 QB pro 
pect in the ACC region by PrepStar ... set single-se 
son marks for completions ( 146, 1990), completii 
percentage (63%, 1994), passing yards (2,056, I99'j 
and TD passes (20, 1990). 

Personal: Eric Justin Lipton ... born Sept. It). 19" 
... son of Pain and Chet Lipton ... both parents attendc 
Maryland ... majoring in kinesiology ... earned DH 
and 1998 scholar-athlete honors. 



Lipton Up Close 



What stands out most about Coach Vanderlinden 
is: how badly he wants to win 

The toughest thing about being a student-ath- 
lete is: time management 

My .111 1 1) 1 1 ion after football is to: travel 



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LITTLES 




Strong Safety 
Gainesville, Fla. 
(Gainesville) 
5-1 1 • 195 • Sophomore, IV 
On I. iiik-s: Strong, hard hitting sophomore expected 
ii compete for a starting position at safetj backup 
o graduated senior Paul Jackson as a freshman . . . 
witched to jerse\ No 53 after wearing No, 38 last 
Bason 

1998: Played in all 1 1 games as a true freshman . . . 
started vs. Wake Forest ...21 tackles ... season-high 
pighi tackles vs. Wake Forest . . . had five vs. Georgia 

Tech 

High School: Graduated from Gainesville High 
School m 1998 captured Gainesville Sun Defen- 
sive Player of the Year honors as a senior ... also named 
Tall-state, all-district and all-area in addition to pulling 
down team MVP honors ... totaled 82 tackles and four 
interceptions while playing outside linebacker and 
(safetj ... on offense, he totaled si 2 yards ... as a jun- 
ior, he earned all-area and second team all-state rec- 
ognition ... participated on the track and field team. 
helping the school's 
4x100 meter relay 
team to a second 
place state fin- 
ish in 1997 ... 
recruited b\ 
Alabama ... 
high school 
coach was Fd 
lames 

Personal: 

Rodrick Jason 
Littles . . . born 
Dec. 2 l >. 1979 
... sun of Sylvia 
and Joe Littles 
majoring in let- 
ters and sci- 
ences. 




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Career Statistics 

[ulcus.- «. (,s i i vi it in. Sacks hit 

1998 III li K 21/1.9 no on o ii ii 



Littles Up Close 



Sonicdav I would like to take a trip to: Paris 
What stands out most about Coach 

VanderUnden is: he expects the Inst out of you, 

and doesn't settle lor anything hut the best 
The best advice I've ever received is: Whatever 

vein waul to achieve, you have to go and gel it It's 

not going to be handed In von 
Tor mi' to improve on the Held. I need to: work 

on inv footwork and stav under control 



Erwyn 



LYGHT 




Linebacker 

Westfield, N.J. 

( Westfield) 

6-0 • 218 • R-Senior, 3V 

On Light: Redshirl senior who is projected to start at 
a rush linebacker position . . . anticipated for the same 
position a year ago before undergoing surgery for a 

torn ACL in his knee suffered during 1998 spring drills 
... returned midway through the 1998 season to plav 
seven games . . . coaching staff moved him from drop 
linebacker to rush linebacker in order to take advan- 
tage of his speed and quickness off the edge ... re- 
markably cut athlete with great strength and speed 
for his si/e. 

1998: \s a junior, played in seven games after his 
return from injurj ... 13 tackles and two tackles 
for loss season-high three tackles at North Caro- 
lina. 



1')%: Special teams standout as .i redshirl freshman 

... totaled one tackle on the season 

1995: Redshirl season 

High School: Graduated from Westfield High School 
in 1995 was an Ml Last selection In the National 
Recruiting \di isor and BlueCbip Illustrated rated 
the 1'ttli hest prospect m the Last In lorn Lemming 
was a two-time all-count] selection atwo-wa) plaver 
wliu recorded 96 tackles and two interceptions on 
defense anil rushed lor 600 varcls on Kill carries on 
offense as a senior ... was an all-slate performei in 
track and field ... high school coach was Jim Benedict 

Personal: Erwyn Lai ranee Lyght ... born March Ml 
I 1 )"" son of Eleanor and Ernest Lyghl i ousin "l 
imlil Lyght, .in Ml I'm cornerback with the st Lotus 
Rams and formerly at Notre Dame ... majoring in ki- 
nesiology.. 



Career Statistics 




Defense (i-(.s it 

1996 10-0 o 

1997 II -o -it 

1998 "ii 



vr IT TFI. Sacks Inl 

I I/O. I 0-0 ooo on 

21 62/5.6 Hi MMI mi 

6 13/1.9 2-7 0.0-0 0-0 

lotals 28-9 48 28 76/2.7 6-21 1.(1- It 0-0 



Lyght Up Close 



My goal for 1999 is to: go to a bowl game 
Someday I would like to take a trip to: Hawaii 
If I was Coach Yanderlindcn for a day I would: 

not change a thing 
\\ Mat stands out most about Coach Yanderlindcn 

is: his dedication 
If I lost all my possessions except one. I'd want 

to keep: my watch 
If I could change am rule in college football, it 

would be: allow celebration 



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line- yX,± 



199": Nine-game 

starter at line 

backer as ; 

soph o 

more, fin 

ishing sixth 

on the squad in 

total tackles in J i also had 

four tackles for losses, one fumble caused 

and one fumble recovery ... had season-high 

stops each in back-to-back games vs. Duke and 

Virginia ... also had eight tackles vs. North Carolina 

State ... registered at least five tackles in eight of the 

Terns' 1 1 games. 




FrwAn 
Lvght 



1999 MARYLAND TERRA 



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Sam 



Calvin 



Tarik 



MARVIS 



MCCALL 



MCCALL 




Center 
Greensburg, Pa. 
(Hempfield Area) 
6-3 • 260 • R-Freshman 
On Marvis: Redsliirt freshman offensive lineman ex- 
pected in contribute at center . . . athletic lineman who 
plays hard and continues to develop. 

1998: Redsliirt season. 

High School: Graduated from Hempfield Area High 
School in 1998 ... three-year varsity starter who played 

both offensive tackle and defensive end ... as a senior 
in 1997, he was a first team All-Quad South selection 
at defensive end after leading his learn in sacks (7) 
and totaling 89 tackles ... he helped Hempfield to the 
first playoff win in school history in 1997 ... Hempfield 
also reached the playoffs in consecutive seasons for 
the first time in -i2 years ... was selected to the Foothill 
(lassie all-star game and was nominated for the Big 
33 all-star game ... as a junior, he was a first team all- 
league selection as an offensive tackle ... he started at 
offensive tackle as a sophomore ... led his basketball 
team in scoring and rebounding ... his father played 
football at Kentucky and is a former high school foot- 
ball coach ... high school coach was Casey Cavanaugh. 

Personal: Sam Jay Marvis ... born Sept. 8, 1979 
son of Kathleen and Samuel Marvis ... majoring in let- 
ters and sciences . . . Man land scholar- athlete in fall 
1998. 



Someday I would like to take a trip to: California 
If I was Coach Vanderlinden for a day, I would: 

make the team work even harder 
For me to improve on the field, 1 need to: get 

bigger 
The toughest player I faced last year was: Delhert 

Cow selte 
My ambition after football is to: he a teacher 




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Quarterback 

Miami, Fla. 

(Dr. Phillips) 

6-3 • 189 • R-Freshman 

On McCall: Heralded quarterback recruit last sea- 
son who traveled and spent the season on the side- 
lines learning the Maryland offense ...prototypical 
quarterback with good size, strong arm and athletic 
versatility . . . considerably stronger since he entered 
the Terrapin program in fall 1 998 . . . expected to chal- 
lenge Randall Jones for the starling quarterback job. 

1998: Redsliirt season ... traveled all season as 
Maryland's third quarterback. 

High School: Graduated from Dr. Phillips High School 
in Orlando, Fla., in 1998 ... named the Central Florida 
Player of the Year and a third-team all-state selection 
in 1997 ... selected to SuperPrep's all-regional team 
... was recruited by Florida and Syracuse for football, 
anil Kansas. Central Florida and South Florida for bas- 
ketball ... completed ~1 of 12S passes for 1.312 yards. 
2 1 touchdowns and just two interceptions as a senior 
... led team to a 10-1 record and district and confer- 
ence championships ... selected to play in the North- 
South all-star game ... as a junior, he played safety 
and starred for [he lop-rated defense in central Florida, 
earning second team all-state honors ... averaged more 
than 1 7 ppg during an all-state basketball career and 
hit better than .32(1 during his baseball career ... se- 
lected to the Metro Conference Hall of Fame ... high 
school coach was Chip Gierke. 

Personal: Calvin Demar McCall ... horn March ". 
1980 ... son of Lola and Kevin McCall ... grew up in 
Miami, but attended his final three years of high school 
in Orlando . . . majoring in letters and sciences. 



McCall Up Close 



My goal for 1999 is: to become the starter and lead 

this team to a bowl game. 
Someday I would like to take a trip to: Montana 
Hie toughest thing about being a student-ath- 
lete is: balancing your days and being tired 
My craziest ambition is: to he a country music singer 
If I could change any rule in college football, il 
would be: make late hit calls quicker for the Qli 
Who would I most like to meet?: Jesus and Dennis 
Rodman 




Defensive Back 

Winter Springs, Fla. 

(Lyman) 

5-8 • 188 • R-Freshman 

On McCall: Redsliirt freshman defensive back win 
returns to add depth to Maryland's improved second 



1998: Redsliirt season 
gust 1998. 



walked-on to team in Au 



High School: Graduated from Lyman High School i 
1998 ... two-year football letterwinner ... also lei 
tered in weightlifting . . . honorable mention all-leagu 
as a junior . . . second team all-league as a senior, ani 
chosen outstanding defensive back of his team 
team's leading tackier as a junior, and again as a : 
nior until missing last four games of his final seasof 
... 3.0 GPA. 

Personal: Tarik Bene McCall . . . born Oct. 6. 19" 
. . . son of Man and Benny McCall . . . majoring in let 
ters and sciences ... cousin of Terp freshman Qt 
Calvin McCall . . . favorite athlete is Tampa Bay Bucca 
neers' wide receiver Jacquez Green. 



McCall Up Close 



What stands out most about Coach Vanderlinden 

is: his enthusiasm 
If I lost all my possessions except one. I'd want 

to keep: my telephone 
If I could change any rule in college football. 

it would be: allow the quarterback to be hit at 

any time 
America's biggest problem for the next century: 

pollution 
Who would I most like to meet?: Carmen Electra, 

Deion Sanders. Walter Pavton 



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Offensive Tackle 
Bogota, N.J. (Bogota) 

6-5 • 288 • R-Senior, 2V 
ii Messina: Oneol two returning senior starters on 
in' offensive line ... fifth-year senior whose 21 ca- 
pstans lead all returning offensive players sec 
nd-\ear starter last season . . . Man land's must ex- 
iricnccd offensive lineman ... played a key role in 
Maryland's rushing improvement the last two seasons 

. athletic player who has the ability to be one of the 
QC's best tackles. 

,998: Ten-game starter . . . played all 1 1 games, but 

j\ii not start vs. Georgia Tech . . . redshirt junior who 
as shifted to left tackle after starting the entire 199™ 
SSon ai left guard ... made great strides in his new 
pie during spring ball despite his inexperience play- 
Jig the position. 



1997: An 11 -game 
starter at left guard. 







i 



1996: Did 

not see any 
action. 



v»~ 




Brad 
Messina 



19 9 5: 

Redshirt sea- 
son. 



High School: 

Graduated from 

Bogota High 

School in 100" ... 

was an Ul-Easl se- 

ection h\ 

BlueChip, National 

Recruiting Advisor 

and Tom Lemming... 

was an all-state 

choice following his 

senior season 

w hen he played on 

the offensive and 



defensive hues totaled _; > tai Kirs .is a senior threw 
the shot put and discus high school coach was Jamie 
Bittner. 

Personal: Brad Edward Messina ... horn Feb 1 1 
l ( ) son of Barbara and Ronald Messina major 
ing in family studies 



Messina Up Close 



If I was Coach Vandcrlindcn lor a da). I would: 

give everyone a da) oft and lei the 0-line eat what 

ever the) want 
If I could change one thing in the world, il would 

be: lo have harsher penalties lor crimes 
Who would I most like to meet?: \inee Lombard!, 

Jeff Buckley, John Belushi 
My ambition after football is to: to get tn\ master's 

degree and work as an occupational therapist 



Marlon 



MOORE 




Linebacker 

Brandywine, Md. 

( Potomac) 

6-1 • 220 • Sophomore, 1 V 

On Moore: Listed atop the inside linebacker post 
\ mated last fall by NFL sixth-round draft choice Kendall 
Ogle . . . young and mobile athlete w ho plaved behind 
( >gle in 1 00S and received playing time as a true fresh- 
man . . . part of a young linebacking corps that will 
shuttle in and out through most of 1000. 

1998: Saw action in all 11 games while recording 
nine tackles ... had two tackles against both North 
Carolina and Duke. 

High School: Graduated from Potomac High School 
in 100S ... earned second-team All-Met I Washington 
Post) recognition and first team All-Prince George's 
County honors as a senior linebacker ...a multi-pur- 
pose player in high school who played a variety of 
positions, including tight end, fullback, wide receiver, 
running back, linebacker, safetj and kick returner ... 
posted 104 total tackles (36 solos), five sacks, three 
blocked kicks and one interception in '97... also had 
20 receptions for 339 y :irds and two touchdowns ... 
returned six kickoffs for 171 yards (2s.s average), 
including a "0-yard TD ... also returned a blocked 
punt for a score ... was a preseason Street & Smith's 
Ail-American ... selected to play in the Mason-Dixon 
Shrine Classic ... as a junior, he earned second team 
All-Met honors after helping lead his team to a 10- 1 
record ... during his sophomore season. Potomac fin- 



ished 1 1 2 ami reai ln'il the state i hampionship garni 

also lettered in basketball anil track and field 
was recruited 1>\ Honda. North Carolina, North i aro 
lina State, Syrat use and Michigan state high school 
i oa< li was Eric Knight 

Personal: Marlon Vstllej Moore born |un< II 

lo.so son ol Mane and Basil Moye ... majoring in 

business management. 



Marion 
Moore 




Defense r,-<;s IT AT 
1998 11-0 2 7 



IT TTT. Sacks Inl 
9/0.8 0-0 0.0-0 0-0 



Moore Up Close 



My goal for 1999 is: to win a howl game 
Someday I would like to take a trip to: Hawaii 
What stands out most about Coach Yanderlinden 

is: he is very direct and truthful 
If I lost all my possessions except one, I'd want 

to keep: m\ education 
Who would I most like to meet?: Jerome Bettis 



Matt 



MURPHY 





Tight End 

New Haven, Mich. 

(New Haven) 

6-5 • 250 • R-Sophomore, 1 V 

On Murphy: Redshirt sophomore tight end who is 
beginning to come into his own ... has good hands 
and speed ... has the size and potential to develop into 
a fine ACC tight end. 

1998: Plaved in six straight games to end his redshirt 
freshman season while shuffling with Eric James as 
the Terps' backup tight end . saw greater plaving 



1999 MARYLAND TERRAPINS FOOTBALL 




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lime as (he season progressed . 
1997: Redshirt season. 



caught no passes. 



High School: Graduated from New Haven High School 
in 1997 ... was the first player to commit to new Mary- 
land football coach Ron Vanderlinden ... named All- 
Met by the Detroit Free-Press after playing six posi- 
tions (FB, TE, WR, DE, LB, DT) ... his uncle, Dwight 
Lee, was an Ail-American at Michigan Suite ... recorded 
80 tackles as a senior ... had a 3.3 GPA. 



Personal: Matthew Jarrid Murphy 
1980 ... son of 
Dawn and Michael | 
Murphy... major- 
ing in crimi- 
nology andj 
criminal jus- 
tice. 



born Feb. 23, 




Matt 
Murphy 



Murphy Up Close 



The best advice I've ever received is: "I can do all 

things through Christ which strengthened! me" 

(Phillipians 4:13) 
What stands out most about Coach Vanderlinden 

is: he is a good motivator 
If I could change one thing about myself I would: 

be more patient 



Tony 



OKANLAWON 





CORNERBACK 
FORESTVILLE, Md, 

(DeMatha) 

5-11 • 1 80 • S PHOMORE, 1 V 

On Okanlawon: Impressive ihoraore corner who 

look over starting duties in game six at Clemson last 
season, and never relinquished . . good cover skills 
and an all-around athlete . . . gained on-the-job train- 



ing late last season and has the potential to become a 
very quality ACC cornerback with three years still to 
play. 

1998: Started six games as a true freshman . . . played 
in all 1 1 contests . . . 39 tackles was fourth in the Terp 
secondary . . . also had three break-ups and forced a 
fumble ... six tackles against Georgia Tech in Balti- 
more, and eight in each of final games vs. Duke and 
NC State. 

High School: Graduated from DeMatha High School 
in 1998 ... named first team All-Washington Catholic 
Athletic Conference, All-Prince George's County, sec- 
ond team All-Met by the Washington Post and honor- 
able mention Ail-American by USA Today as a senior 
in 1997 ... helped his high school team to an 11-1 
record as a senior ... recorded five interceptions, re- 
turning one for a touchdown, and also returned a punt 
for a TD ... caught two TD passes at the wide receiver 
position ... as a junior in 1996, he had four intercep- 
tions in helping the Stags to an 8-2 mark ... was a 
member of the track team that set the school record 
in the 4x100 meter relay (42.6) ... high school coach 
was Bill McGregor. 

Personal: Anthony A. 
Okanlawon . . . born March 
4, 1979 ... son of Bodunrin 
and Toye Okanlawon 
...bom in Lagos, Ni- 
geria... Lust name is 
pronounced "oh- 
KONN-luh- 
wahn" ... ma- 
joring in let- 
ters and sci- 
ences. 




Defense G-GS 
1998 11-6 



Okanlawon Up Close 



Someday I would like to take a trip to: Jerusalem 
If I lost all my possessions except one. I'd want 

to keep: my Bible 
Who would I most like to meet! 1 : Deion Sanders, 

Michael Jordan. Jesus 
My ambition after football is to: he an FBI agent 



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Doug 



PATTERSO 




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Wide Receiver 
Shelby Township, Mich. 

(Eisenhower) 
6-2 • 204 • Junior, IV 

On Patterson: Junior receiver who has proved to I 
a reliable wideout and provides the Terps with sol: 
depth in the wide receiver corps . . . listed third on tl 
depth chart . . . has good hands and quickness 
turned in a solid spring camp. 

1998: Saw action in nine games, but did not catch 
pass. 

1997: Finished with nine receptions as a true fresj 
man ... started the first seven games of the season 
had a season-high two receptions vs. Wake Forest . 
averaged 13.7 yards per catch. 

High School: Graduated from Eisenhower His 
School in 1997 ... named to the all-state Dream Teai 
by the Detroit Free-Press ... named the MAC-Red Coij 
ference MVP by the Free-Press . . . also earned first teai 
All-Metro recognition by the Free-Press and the De 
twit News ... named first team All-McComb County . 
set school records for career receptions (105), n 
ceptions in a season (56) and receptions in a gan 
(12) ... totaled nearly 1,500 career receiving yard 
and 18 touchdowns ... had 602 return yards and fi 
touchdowns on 29 punt returns ... earned two van 
letters in football, two in basketball and three in basi 
ball ... high school coach was Bob Lantzy. 

Personal: Douglas Howard Patterson . . . born \'< 
21, 1978 ... son of Julie and Glenn Patterson ... raajo 
in« in kinesiology. 

Career Statistics 



Receiving 


G-GS 


Rec 


Yds 


Avg TD LP 


1997 


11" 


9 


123 


1 3.7 4d 


1998 


9-0 





n 


0.0 



Totals 



20-7 



9 123 13.7 46 



Patterson Up Close 



My goal for 1999 is to: go to a bowl game 
Someday I would like to take a trip to: Scotland 
My craziest ambition is: to go scuba diving will 

sharks 
The word that best describes me is: competitive 
Who would I most like to meet?: Jern Rice 



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POPE 




Defensive Back 



Upper Marlboro, Md. 

( Largo) 
5-7 • 166 • R-Senior 
n Pope: Walk-on who provides the Terps depth in 
k secondarj ... fifth-year senior ... a smart player 
■ ho figures to help out on the scoul team and possi- 
,\ special teams ... has shuffled between running back 
ul defensive back since his arrival on campus 

-)98: Seoul team tailback, did not play 

J97: Scout team defensive hack, did not play 

■)96: Redshirt season ... walked on to the team in 
; e fall of 1996. 

igh School: Graduated from Largo High School in 
>95 as a senior, was named second team all-county 
4er recording three interceptions and helping his 
pa to the state championship game ... was honor- 
ale mention all-count) as a junior ... lettered in track 
ffi years ... high school coach was Rocco Romeo. 

ersonal: Christopher \nthony Pope . . . horn Dec. 
). I 1 )"" ... son of Linda and Donald Pope ... major- 
jg in electrical engineering. 



Pope Up Close 



omeday I would like to take a trip to: Africa 
lie best advice I've ever received is: "Never give 

up." 
Tie word that best describes me is: persistent 
jmericas biggest problem for the next century: 

V2K 
iTio would I most like to meet?: I would like to 

meet Michael Jordan 



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ARC 


RILEY 




2 



Kenny 



Running Back 

Coram, N.Y. 

( Longwood) 

6-3 • 220 • Sophomore: 

On Riley: Returning sophomore with good size who 
is expected to contribute at tailback and fullback . . . 
saw limited action as a freshman behind LaMont Jor- 
dan and Harold Westley . . . has potential to become a 
qualm talent. 

1998: Played in five games as a true freshman . . . did 
not letter . . . nine carries for nine yards ... six carries 
for seven yards during second half at West Virginia. 

High School: Graduated from Longwood High School 
in 1998... rushed for 1.2115 yards and 12 touchdowns 
while setting a school record with KSI carries as a 
senior in 1997 ... caught eight passes for 123 yards 
and two touchdowns ... rated New York's No. 3 pros- 
pect overall by SuperPrep ... earned All-Long Island. 
all-county and all-division honors ;is a senior after 
capturing second team all-state, .All-Long Island, all- 
county and all-division accolades his junior season ... 
was the recipient of the Hanson Award as the best 
player in Suffolk County as a junior ... during his ca- 
reer, he set school marks for rushing yards (2,820), 
carries (/Tl). touchdowns (3D and average yards 
per earn (7.6) ... considered one of the best players 
ever to come out of Longwood High ... was a threat to 
score every time he touched the ball, according to his 
coach ... high school coach was Joseph Cipp. 

Personal: Marc Anthonv Rile) . . . born Jan. 23, 1980 
... son of Deborah Britton-Rilev and Michael Rile) ... 
majoring in letters and sciences. 



Career Statistics 




Rushing 
1998 



An 
9 



Net 



Avg. 

I. II 



TO LP 

II s 



Riley Up Close 



The best advice I've ever received is: "Believe you 

can." 
My craziest ambition is: to win the Heisman Trophy 
America's biggest problem for the next century: 

lack of equality 
Who would I most like to meet?: Chris Webber 

ami \llen Iverson 




Fullback 
South Brunswick, N.J. 

(South Brunswick) 
5-9 • 200 • Senior, 2V 

On Rogers: Senior running back who is vying lor 
tune at the fullback position . a versatile athlete who 
canpla) both fullback and tailback ... three-year con- 
tributor on special teams. 

1998: Saw action in 10 games both as a running back 
and on special teams . . . lour carries for 10 vards . . . 
four-yard TD at Virginia. 

1997: Appeared in all 1 1 games, seeing most of his 
action on special teams ... had a fumble recover). 

1996: Earned limited playing time as a true freshman 
running back ... saw his first major college action in a 
win over Northern Illinois ... scored his first career points 
with a two-point conversion run in a win over I VB. 

High School: Graduated from South Brunswick High 
School in 1996 was an all-division running hack lor 
three years and the Player of the Year b\ the Times ... 
was selected to the all-state Super 100 team ... was a 
two-time all-county and all-area choice ... also was an 
academic all-star ... was the first player at South 
Brunswick since 1 9 to rush for more than 1 .( lot ) yards 
(he totaled 1 ,432 ) in a season ... was an Mi-East selec- 
tion by Tom Lemming. SuperPrep. BlueChip and Na- 
tional Recruiting Advisor ... was on the honor roll in 
1994 and '95 ... high school coach was John Cappola. 

Personal: Kenneth Barn Rogers. Jr. ... born March 
15, 1977 ... son ofSheryJ Vverj ... majoring in crimi- 
nology and criminal justice. 

Career Statistics 

Rushing C-GS Vtt Net Avg. TI) LP 

1996 8-0 Id 4l 2.6 1 1 

1997 11-0 (i 0.0 11 

1998 10-0 -t 10 Z.5 1 4 



Totals 



29-0 20 51 1.8 1 11 



Rogers Up Close 



If I lost all my possessions except one. I'd want 
to keep: my wallet because it contains everything 
mat is me. including pictures of my family 

For me to impro\e on the field. I need to: reahze 
that the man across from me has weaknesses that I 
can exploit 



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DURRAND 



Scott 



Lewis 



UNDTREEI RUDOLPH SANDERS 




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Defensive Line 

Baltimore, Md. 

(Lansdowne) 

6-3 • 250 • R-Freshman 

On Roundtree: Redshirt freshman who is strong. 

physical and talented . . . good body-type and good 

athlete who needs to develop technique . . . expected 

to play either defensive end or tackle. 

1998: Redshirt season. 

High School: Graduated from Lansdowne High 
School in 1998 ... selected first team All-Baltimore 
Count) as a senior in 199" ... played both defensive 
end and fullback ... led the team with eight sacks as a 
senior in addition to rushing for 351 yards and five 
touchdowns on just 5" carries ... played in the Balti- 
more County Senior All-Star game and was selected to 
the Mason-Dixon Shrine Classic ... as a junior in 1996. 
he led the team to its first winning season in 10 years, 
registering four sacks and rushing for 375 yards and 
two touchdowns ... was selected first team All-Balti- 
more County as a linebacker ... also lettered in bas- 
ketball and track ... high school coach was Frank 
Median. 

Personal: Durrand Antonio Roundtree . . . bora Feb. 
Id. 1980 ... son of Jewell Anderson and Duncan 
Roundtree ... has a son, Durrand Antonio Roundtree, 
Jr., born Aug. 24, 1998 ... nicknamed "Tree" . . . ma- 
joring in criminal justice. 



Up Close 



Someday I would like to take a trip to: Hawaii 
If I lost all my possessions except one, I'd want 

to keep: a picture of my son (Durrand, Jr.) 
My ambition after football is to: build a house for 

m\ family 



Long Snapper 

Churchville, Md. 

(C. Milton Wright) 

6-4 • 232 • Junior, 2V 

On Rudolph: Third-year junior who is bidding to 
handle the team's long-snapping chores for a third 
straight season . . . came to Maryland as a walk-on. 

1998: Handled all of the Terps' long-snapping duties 
in all games for a second straight season. 

1997: Handled all of the Terps' long-snapping duties 
as a true freshman walk-on, appearing in all 1 1 games. 

High School: Graduated from C. Milton Wright High 
School in 1997 ... earned second team Mi-Metro hon- 
ors from the Baltimore Situ his junior and senior years 
as an offensive tackle and long snapper ... also was a 
first team all-county selection by theAegis and Sport- 
ing Times his final two years ... was his team captain 
as a senior ... led his team to the Harford County cham- 
pionship and state playoffs his sophomore and junior 
years ... earned eight total letters, three each in foot- 
ball and baseball and two in basketball ... captured 
all-county recognition in basketball and baseball from 
the Sun, Aegis and Sporting Times ... high school 
coach was Steve Harward. 

Personal: Scott Andrew Rudolph ... horn Sept. 1". 
19"8 ... son of Marilyn and Robert Rudolph ... major- 
ing in physical education ... earned 199" and 199S 
scholar-athlete honors ... on the Dean's List in fall 1997 
and spring 1998. 



Close 



Someday I would like to take a trip to: Alaska 

Hie toughest thing about being a student-ath- 
lete is: finding time to relax 

My craziest ambition is to: play major league base- 
ball 

America's biggest problem for the next century: 
continuing threat of a nuclear war 

\STio would I most like to meet?: SyK ester Stallone, 
Jesper Pamcvik and Phil Vlickelson 




CORNERBACK 

Staten Island, N.Y. 

(St. Peter's) 

6-1 • 200 • R-Junior, 2V 

On Sanders: The Terps' top defensive back . . . move 
to cornerback from his previous post at free safety 
sat out the 1998 fall season while recuperating froi 
surgery to repair nerve damage in his shoulder su 
fered in final game of 1997 season ... returns for 1 
redshirt junior campaign as a significant addition to 
young and improved secondary from last season . . 
has the size, speed and physical tools to be a qual 
defensive back in the ACC ... has made 10 career start 
all in 199" at free safety. 

1998: Redshirted due to shoulder injury suffered i 
final game of 199" at Georgia Tech. 

1997: Appeared in 10 games (all starts) as the Teqi. 
No. 1 free safety ... totaled "4 tackles to rank third o 
the squad ... had 5-t solo stops ... his four intercej 
tions tied for third in the ACC ... had three intercej 
tions (all in the first half) in a non-conference m 
over Temple ... finished fifth in the ACC in kickoff re 
turn average (24.2 ) ... returned a kickoff 90 yards fij 
a touchdown vs. North Carolina ... responsible f< 
seven takeaways (four intercep- 
tions, two fumble recoveries, 
one fumble caused ) ... had 

10 or more tackles 
three times, includ- 
ing a career-high 12 
vs. Clemson ... also 
had 10 each vs. 
West Virginia and 
North Carolina 
Slate. 

1996: Played in 

1 1 games ;ts a true 
freshman, see- 
ing action in 
the defen- 
sive sec 




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ukin and mi special teams ... totaled six tackles 

igh School: Graduated from St, Peter's Prep in 1996 
earned BlueChip Illustrated All-America honors 
ul was selected Vll-Easl In Tom Lemming and the 
ttioiial Recruiting Advisor ... was an all-star selec- 
iii hv the New York Daily Sews and Sewsday ... 
us an all-league choice as a junior and senior ... 
ishi'd For 800 yards and scored 10 touchdowns as a 
inior ... high school coach was Hill Sullivan 



ersonal: Lewis Lindell Sanders ... born June 11. 

l"S son ul Vanessa and Lewis Sanders ... major- 
» in criminology and criminal justice. 

Career Statistics 



{efensc G-GS IT AT IT I'll. Sacks 1 id 

o% no ) i 6/0.5 1-0 i.n i 0-0 

W) Id in Si H) 74/7.4 i in 1.0 I-' i'N 
;>ws injured 

otals 21-10 58 22 80/3.8 5-19 2.0-16 4-99 



Sanders Up Close 



ly goal for 1999 is to: win the \cc championship 
I i lost all my possessions except one. I'd want 

to keep: m\ pride 
Uio would I most like to meet?: God 

Maurice 



SHAW 




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Wide Receiver 

suitland, md, (suitland) 

6-0 • 185 • R-Freshman 

n Shaw: Reclshirt freshman receiver ... displayed 
Hernial as a practice player in 1998, and will com- 
jte for playing time in the fall. 

)98: Redshirt season 

igh School: Graduated from Suitland High School 
199S .. named first team vJl-Ptince George's County 
a wide receiver, second learn All-Met t Washington 
BSt) as a kick returner, and second team all-state in 
\W ... was an all-region choice h\ PrepStar... caught 
j passes for 720 yards ( 20.6 average) and 1 1 touch- 
tons ... had three interceptions as a defensive hack 
led Suitland to a 12-1 record and an appearance in 
I state title game ... was named honorable mention 
1-coinm ... was a recipient of the George Michael 
Eden 1 1 award ... also competed in track and field. 
ig on a state championship relax team from 



the same high school as current Maryland running 
back LaMont Jordan high school coach was David 
Lynch. 

Personal: Maurice Dominique Shaw born \ng 
5, 1979 ... son of Beate and James Shaw majoring 

in lainilv studies. 



Shaw Up Close 



II I lost all my possessions excepl one, I'd want 

to keep: mv Bible 
II I could change an\ rule in college football, it 

would be: eliminate referees 
Who would I most like to meet?: Deion Sanders 

and Ranch Moss 

William 



SHIME 




Defensive End 
Ft. Washington, Md. 
(Bishop McNamara) 
6-4 • 253 • R-Freshman 
On Shime: Redshirt freshman with an opportunity 
for backup playing time . . . raw talent who still is learn- 
ing the game . . . displayed the ability to shed blockers 
and make plays during spring drills. 

1998: Redshirt season. 

High School: Graduated from Bishop McNamara 
High School in 1998 ... foreign exchange student from 
Cameroon who was named second team \ll-\\ashing- 
ton Catholic Athletic Conference as a senior in 199". 
his firsi year of playing organized football ... totaled 
47 tackles, eight sacks and two fumble recoveries ... 
high school coach was Chip Armstrong. 

Personal: Guillaume Shime ... born Jan l l ). IT') 
in Cameroon ... son of Alougou and Fomhor John ... 
speaks three languages (German. French, English) ... 
last name is pronounced "SHE-may" ... majoring in 
business management . . . Man land scholar-athlete in 
fall 10>),s 



Shime Up Close 



The best advice I've ever received is: "Everything 

in life happens for a reason.'' 
If I lost all my possessions except one. I'd want 

to keep: mv prayer book 
America's biggest problem for the next century: 

education about other cultures 
Who would I most like to meet?: Nelson Mandela, 
the Pope and Bill Gates 



MOOKIE 



SIKYALA, JR 




Tailback 

Lanham, Md. 

( Einstein/Tuskegee) 

5-8 • 195 • R-Junior 

On Sikyala: Junior running back who has been a 
pleasant surprise for the Terps ... continual!) showing 
potential that could earn playing time . praised ul 
ten by Mankind coaches during 1998 spring drills ... 
a strong runner who has worked back from a knee 
injury incurred prior to transferring 10 Mankind. 

1998: Practice player as a sophomore . . . saw briel 
playing duty at West Virginia, but did not play the rest 
of the season. 

1997: Transferred to Mankind from Tuskegee I Di- 
versity in the spring of 199" hut did not walk on to the 
program until midwav through the 199" season ... did 
not see am action. 

1996 (Tuskegee): Attended Tuskegee 1 niversitv in 
Tuskegee. Ala., in the fall of 1996 ... played in just two 
games before injuring a knee. 

High School: Graduated from Einstein High School 
in 1996 ... one-year varsitv letterman who led Mont- 
gomery County in rushing as a senior with more than 
1,400 vards ... earned honorable mention Ml Met 
honors ... anchored Einstein's 4x100 relay team which 
finished fourth in state his senior year ... also wrestled. 

Personal: Mukala Sikyala, Jr. . . born Sept. 20. 1978 

... son of Mukala Sikyala, Sr ... majoring in electrical 
engineering. 



Sikyala Up Close 



Someday I would like to take a trip to: the Baha- 
mas 
Wliat stands out most about Coach Vanderlinden 

is: his dedication to winning 
My craziest ambition is: to fl\ a hot air balloon 
across the countn 



1999 MARYLAND 



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Corey 




Linebacker 

MlTCHELLVILLE, Md. 

(Bishop McNamara) 
S-1 1 • 208 • Sophomore, 1 V 

On Smith: Walked on to the Maryland program last 
fall and earned a letter as a true freshman . . . hackup 
to linebacker Kendall Ogle and a consistent contribu- 
tor on special teams . . . listed second on the depth 
chart at outside linebacker behind Aaron Thompson. 

1998: Played mostly on special teams in each of the 
Terps' final eight games . . . three tackles as a true 
freshman. 

High School: Graduate of Bishop McNamara High 
School in Forestville, Md. . . . lettered three years in 
football while playing fullback and linebacker . . . reg- 
istered school record 189 tackles as a senior . . . first 
team all-division and all-league . . . All-Met by Wash- 
ington Post, second team all-state . . . played for Mary- 
land all-stars in Mason-Dixon Game (against Pennsyl- 
vania) in Carhsle. Pa. . . . also lettered two years in 
wrestling . . . placed seventh in national prep tourna- 
ment in 189-pound weight class as a junior . . . was 
third in Washington Catholic Athletic Conference as a 
junior . . . second in WCAC in 2 1 5-pound class as se- 
nior . . . high school teammate of fellow Terp William 
Shime. 

Personal: Corey Deshawnt Smith . . . born June 9. 
1980 ... son of Sadell Cramp who now lives in Florida 
. . . resides with guardians Marcus and Tonda Price, 
his uncle and aunt . . . majoring in communications. 



Career Statistics 




Defense G-GS UT 

1998 8-0 2 



Smith Up Close 



My goal for 1999 is: to help the team become a 

powerhouse in the u.C 
Someday I would like to take a trip to: Australia 
The word that best describes me is: unrelenting 
If I could change one thing in the world, it would 

be: raise the minimum wage 



Chris 



SNADER 




Offensive Guard 

Bishopville, Md. 

(Stephen Decatur) 

6-5 • 285 • R-Sophomore 

On Snader: Redshirt sophomore who is contending 
for playing time . . . saw limited action as a redshirt 
freshman ... backup to senior Jamie W'u on the depth 
chart ... a big, strong lineman who has improved his 
mobility . . . continues to improve and should provide 
quality depth on the offensive line. 

1998: Saw brief action at West Virginia. 

1997: Redshirt season. 

High School: Graduated from Stephen Decatur High 
School in 1997 ... was a consensus first team all-state 
choice and rated one of the state's top 30 players as a 
senior ... two-time first team All-Bayside Conference 
honoree ... earned three letters each in football and 
track ... was a conference champion in track and field 
(discus). 

Personal: Christopher Sterling Snader . . . born Sept. 
15, 1979 ... son of Lynn and Russell Snader ... major- 
ing in family studies. 



Snader Up Close 



My goal for 1999 is: to help the learn get to a bowl 

game 
Someday I would like to take a trip to: Hawaii 
If I was Coach Vanderlinden for a day, I would: 

go golfing 



STARNER 




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Punter 

Mechanicsburg, Pa. 

(Cedar Cliff) 

5-1 1 • 1 85 • R-Junior 

On Starner: Junior punter who is expected to hand 
punting chores in 1999 ... has a strong leg and 1 
improved his consistency. 

1998: Did not see action as the punter, but saw lirt 
ited playing time on special teams. 






1997: Saw limited action as a redshirt freshman, aj 
pearing in three games and averaging 35.4 yards <» 
five punts. 






1996: Redshirt season. 



High School: Graduated from Cedar Cliff High Schoj 
in 1996 ... was an All-America selection by BlueCbi 
after averaging 42.3 yards per punt ... also was an all 
state and all-conference honoree ... selected to pla 
in the East-West All-Star game ... threw a game-win 
ning touchdown pass against Harrisburg his seniq 
season ... also played basketball and baseball ... big 
school coach was Bob Craig. 

Personal: Sean Lee Starner . . . born Sept. 15, 19" 
... son of kathv and Alan Starner ... majoring in famil 
studies. 

Career Statistics 



Punting 


G-GS 


No 


Yds. 


Avg. 


1.011 


1997 


3-0 


5 


177 


35.4 


5 


1998 


6-0 








0.0 


( 



Totals 



9-0 



177 



35.4 



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Starner Up Close 



My goal for 1999 is to: lead the ACC in punting 
Someday I would like to take a trip to: Italy 
If I lost all my possessions except one. I'd want 

to keep: a picture of me and my family 
The word that best describes me is: storyteller 
My ambition after football is to: work with dis 

allied children 



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Tyrone 



STEWART 



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Free Safety 

Washington, D.C. 

( Anacostia) 

6-0 • 186 • R-Freshiman 

On Stewart: Redshin freshman defensive back who 

Competes for playing time al the safely position. 

t l ) l )S: Redshirt season. 

Hgh School: Graduated from Anacostia High School 
n 1998 ... three-time first team All-DCIAA selection, 
tonorable mention All-Met ( Washington Post) selec- 
"ion. and a SuperPrep all-region choice as a senior in 
1997 .. led the DC. area in interceptions (8) as a 
senior ... helped his team to the city championship 
;anie ... was a three-year starter who totaled 18inter- 
.'eptions. IS" tackles and seven fumble recoveries 
luring his career ... also played basketball and base- 
iall and ran track ... played high school football tin- 
ier his father. Willie Stewart, who is Anacostia 's head 
■oach ... was recruited bv Indiana. Wake Forest and 

Marshall. 
1 

personal: Tyrone Justin Stewart ... born March 10. 
1980 ... son of Anita and Willie Stewart ... majoring in 

iettej's and sciences. 

_ 



Stewart Up Close 



Someday I would like to take a trip to: Africa 

What stands out most about Coach Yanderlinden 
is: his care for his players 

The toughest tiling about being a student-ath- 
lete is: managing your time 

The word that best describes me is: extraordi- 
nary 

Who would I most like to meet?: Deion Sanders. 
Michael Jordan 



Ryan 




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Linebacker 

Hinsdale, III. 

(Hinsdale Central) 

6-1 • 224 • R-Sophomore, 1 V 

On Swift: Redshirt sophomore who enters fall camp 
balding with fellow redshirt sophomore Aaron Thomp- 
son for playing time al the bandit linebacker spot ... a 
backup to Thompson in 1998 who saw action in all 
1 1 games ... a young and Improving prospect with all 
the physical attributes to develop into a solid performer 
... a big, strong, fast linebacker who enters the 1999 
season with three seasons of eligibility remaining. 

1998: Posted nine tackles in 1 1 games as a redshirt 
freshman . . . three tackles at North Carolina. 

1997: Redshirt season. 

High School: Graduated from Hinsdale (111.) Cen- 
tral High School in 199" ... earned All-Met Chicago 
honors as a senior ... totaled 2,820 rushing yards and 
2" touchdowns during his career ... entered his se- 
nior season as the No. 2 running back prospect in the 
state by Tom Lemming ... 
rushed for 1,103 yards 
and 12 touchdowns as 
a junior ... av- 
eraged 2". 8 
yards on 
kickoff re- 
turns 

clocked a 

10.7 in the 

100 meters 

high 

s c h I 

roach 

was Ken 

S chr- 



Personal: Rvan Mat- 
thew Swift ... born 
March 2", 19"9 ... son 
of Barbara Goss and Ed 
Swift ... majoring in 
communications. 





Career Statistics 



Defense (. (.S II \l 

1998 11 11 1 s 



IT 
0/o.j 



ITT. Sacks lm 

0-0 00 0-0 



Swift Up Close 



My goal for 1999 is to: go to a bowl game 
Someda) I would like to take a trip to: \uslralia 
Hie toughest thing about being a student-ath- 
lete is: gelling up lor Stud) hall 
The best advice l'\e ever received is: treat Oth- 
ers like you would want to be treated." 
Hie toughest plaver I faced last year was: John 

Waerie, 
M\ ambition alter football is to: be 1 professional 
fisherman 



Aaron 



THOMPSO 




Linebacker 

Baltimore, Md. 

(Mt. St. Joseph) 

6-1 • 226 • R-Sophomore, 1 V 

On Thompson: Young and talented redshirt sopho- 
more who emerged last season as a qualitv ACC line- 
backer . . . enters spring ball alop the Man land depth 
chart at outside linebacker . . . second-leading return- 
ing tackier behind Delhert Cowsette . . . top returning 
linebacker following the graduation of senior all-stars 
Eric Barton and Kendall Ogle ... plaved 1-2 on the 
outside last season with fellow freshman Ryan Swift to 
produce an exciting, voting tandem for Terp defensive 
efforts lo build around ... among Terps' leading tack- 
lers in his first college season . . . has quickly devel- 
oped into an impact player al the Division I level. 

1 998: An 1 1 -game starter as Maryland's outside line- 
backer, or bandit position . . . prominent on the de- 
fensive stat sheet as just a freshman, contributing 8" 
tackles, fourth-best on the team ... 52 solos. 35 as- 
sists . . . averaged 7.9 tackles per game ... led Terps 
with nine tackles for loss and 29 yards ... his one 
sack came in season opener against James Madison 
. . . forced fumbles in back-to-back games against JMT 
and Virginia. 

i99": Redshirt season. 

High School: Graduated from Mt. St. Joseph High 
School in 199" ... was named the Baltimore Sun's 
All-Metro Offensiv e Player of the Year as a senior, when 
he rushed for 2.325 yards and 3" touchdowns ... fin- 
ished his career as one of the all-time leading rushers 



1999 MARYLAND TERRAPINS FOOTBALL 



l the state ... also played linebacker in special situa- 
tions, totaling 19 tackles, two sacks and one intercep- 
tion ... high school coach was Mike Working. 

Personal: Aaron G. Thompson . . . born May 4, 1978 
... son of Edith Green and Aaron Thompson ... major- 
ing in criminology and 
g jj'A, criminal justice . . . 
^ y member of 

Maryland's 
student-ath- 
lete advi- 
s o r y 
council. 




Defense G-GS UT AT TT TFL Sacks Int 

1998 11-11 52 35 87/7.9 9-29 1.0-11 0-0 



Up Closi 



Someday I would like to take a trip to: the moon 

If I lost all my possessions except one, I'd want 

to keep: the picture I have with my late friend. David 

America's biggest problem for the next century: 



Peter 



TIMMINS 




Defensive End 

Staten Island, N.Y. 

(Curtis) 

6-3 • 257 • R-Senior, 3V 

On Timmins: Three-year letterwinner who estab- 
lished himself last year as a playmaker on the defen- 
sive line ... helped Mankind's improved defensive 
front in a dramaticall) improved performance against 



the run ... was switched from H-back to the defen- 
sive line in spring 1998, and began his junior cam- 
paign as the Terps' starting rush end ... began his 
Maryland career originally on the defensive side of 
the ball before being shifted to offense in 1997 ... an 
aggressive, physical player who plays the game with a 
lot of fervor . . . hard-nosed player. 

1998: Had an outstanding season while starting all 
1 1 games and recording 84 tackles, fifth on the team 
. . . part of a balanced trio with Delbert Cowsette (96) 
and Aaron Thompson (8") among returning starters 
... led Terrapins with 5.5 sacks and 36 yards . . . had 
six tackles for loss . . . highlight was picking a fumble 
out of the air against Georgia Tech and returning it 32 
yards for a touchdown in Baltimore . . had back-to- 
back games with 12 tackles at Clemson and 10 vs. 
Wake Forest . . . averaged 7.6 tackles per game . . . 
also deflected two passes. 

1997: Appeared in all 1 1 games and made seven starts 
at the H-back position ... caught four passes for 56 
yards ... had receptions vs. North Carolina, Temple, 
West Virginia and Virginia ... also recorded four tack- 
les (three solos). 

1996: Played in all 11 games at linebacker, totaling 
25 tackles, including two for losses and one sack ... 
QB sack came vs. Virginia ... had a career-high six 
stops vs. North Carolina State ... also had five stops 
each vs. Northern Illinois and North Carolina. 

1995: Redshirt season. 

High School: Graduated from 
Curtis High School in 1995 
earned All-America hon- 
ors from SuperPrep 
and All-East recog- 
nition by Tom Lem- 
ming and the Na- 
tional Re- 
cruiting Advi- 
sor ... also se- ' 
lected first 
team all-state 
and all-city (New 
York Dtiil] 
News) as a se- 
nior ... rated 
one of the 
top five play- 
ers in the 
state as a j 
senior 




by SuperPrep ... totaled 92 tackles, including seve 
sacks, as a senior ... high school coach was Fre 
Olivieri. 

Personal: Peter Francies Timmins . . . born Sept. 2C 
1977 ... son of Gail and Jimmy Timmins ... majoring ij 
criminology ... earned 1997 Scholar-Athlete honors. i 

Career Statistics 



Defense G-GS 


UT 


AT 


TT 


TFL 


Sacks 


Int 


1996 


11-0 


14 


11 


25/2.3 


2-3 


1.0-3 


0-1 1 


1997 


11-7 


3 


1 


4/0.4 


0-0 


0.0-0 


0-1 1 


1998 


11-11 


50 


34 


84/7.6 


6-15 


5.5-36 0-0" 


Totals 3: 


67 


46 113/3.4 


8-18 


6.5-39 0-0 ' 


"had 


>2-yard intercepted fumble for TD vs. 


Georgia ' 


tech 




Tl MM 1 NS 


Up 


Close 





Someday I would like to take a trip to: the moon 
What stands out most about Coach Vanderlinden 

is: he is honest 
The best advice I've ever received is: "Be your 

own boss." 
My craziest ambition is: to go sky diving 
If I could change one thing in the world, it would 

be: no rainy days 
If I could change any rule in college football, it 

would be: eliminate halftime, who needs it? 



Brett 



TRAMMEL 



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Offensive Tackle 

Constantia, N.Y. 

(Central Square) 

6-5 • 290 • R-Junior 

On Trammell: Fourth-year junior who backs up 
nior Brad Messina at left tackle . . . has seen limine 
action, hut continues making strides ... has shown at 
improved knowledge of the offense. 

1998: Did not see action as a sophomore. 

1997: Did not see any action as a redshirt freshman 

1996: Redshirt season 

High School: Graduated from Central Square Higl 
School in 1996 ... earned all-stale honors on defensi 
and all-league honors on offense ... was an Ul-Americ! 
choice by Tom Lemming and an honorable menlioi 
Ul-East selection In SuperPrep... earned All-New Yorl 
recognition from National Recruiting Advisor ... wat 
the New York slate unlimited power lifting champioi 
in 1995 ... placed fourth in the state track and lie! 



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uri in the shot pin as .1 junior .., high school coach 

las John Irion. 

ersonal: Bret) R Trammel! born Dec 25, I 1 ) 

. son ol Jndi and Sid Trammell . majoring in ttiini 
»Iog) and criminal justice, 



Trammell Up Close 



ipmeda) I would like to take a trip to: Europe 
ft hat stands out most about Coach Vanderlinden 

is: his positive attitude 
tin- best advice I've ever received is: "Fatigue 

makes cowards of us all. " from Vince Lombardi 
III lost all my possessions except one. I'd want 
11 to keep: am guitar 

M\ craziest ambition is to: start im own band 
America's biggest problem for the next century: 
1 violent crime and drug use 



John 



WAERIG 




Tight End 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
(Cardinal Dougherty/ 
Wisconsin) 
6-2 • 267 • R-Senior, IV 
)n Waerig: Second-year starting tight end who origi- 
talh began his collegiate career 
(I the University of Wiscon- 
sin one ol Mi return- 
ng starters on the 
terrapin of- 

en si \ v 



unit ,.. earned mention last I. ill as the wlnnet ol 
Maryland's unsung hero award an outstanding 
blocker and above-average receiver a tough. physi 

Cal and relentless player, 

1998: Started all ll games while catching 12 passes 
for 130 yards averaged 10.8 yards per catch 

longest reception was - t-yard catch at Duke had 
lour latches for 10 yards at North Carolina . . caught 
at least one pass in each of Maryland's last five games 
. . had nine catches for Kid yards during thai late 
season stretch . . . enjoyed a solid spring camp, earn 
ing outstanding junior class honors ... had a pair ol 
catches in the spring game. 



1997: Redshirtseasoi 

transfer regulations. 



sat out while satisfying NCAA 




1996 (Wisconsin): Appeared in 12 games and 
rushed two times for I- yards (vs. I'M.V I ... also had 
three unassisted tackles on special teams. 

1995 (Wisconsin): One of lour true freshmen to 
sec action ... was a reserve fullback (48 yards rushing 

on nine carries) and special teams player ... rushed 
for a career high 33 yards and one TI) vs. Michigan 
Slate. 

High School: Graduated from Cardinal Dougherty 
High School in 1994 was a two-time all-conference 

pick (fullback and linebacker) and an all-region 
choice byTom Lemming ... totaled 765 \arcis. rushing 
and 1 1 touchdowns in his career ... recorded 360 tack- 
les, eight interceptions and seven fumble recoveries 
in three seasons on defense ... had 175 tackles as a 
senior and NO as a junior ... high school coach was 
Paul Hackney 

Personal: John Peter Waerig . . . born April 8, 1976 
... son of Kathleen Colisto and Matthew Waerig step- 
mother is Theresa Waerig ... majoring in communica- 
tions. 



Career Statistics 




Receiving 
1998 



Waerig Up Close 



My goal for 1999 is to: be voted All- VCC 
Someday I would like to take a trip to: Nepal 
If I lost all my possessions except one. I'd want 

to keep: my pride 
My craziest ambition is: to go diving with sharks 
Who would I most like to meet?: Michael Jordan. 

Pamela \nderson 
My ambition after football is to: do public rela- 
tions for a successful business 



Jon 



WATKINS 




Defensive Line 

Perth Amboy, N.J. 

( Perth Amboy) 

5-1 1 • 240 • R-Junior 

On Watkins: Kcdshirt junior who has shifted to a 
defensive line posl since playing linebacker last sea- 
son . . . challenging to move up the depth chart at nose 
tackle . . . has missed lime with knee injuries suffered 
in springs of I 1 )')" and 1998 

1998: Did not see action. 

1 99": Suffered a knee in|iir\ during spring drills which 
prevented him from playing. 

1996: Redshirt season 

High School: Graduated from Perth Amboy High 
School in 1996 earned Ml- \merica accolades from 
BlueCbip Illustrated and Ml Easl recognition from 
Tom Lemming and the \alional Recruiting Advisor 

was named third team all-state, all-county, all-area 
and all-conference as a senior ... was his school's wres- 
tler of the year as a senior ... high school coach was 
Joe Stinson. 

Personal: Jon Alex Watkins ... born Jul) 2d. 1977 

son of Carole and Jon V Watkins. Sr. ... majoring in 
community health education. 



Watkins Up Clos 



My goal for 1999 is: to win the \CC championship 
Someday I would like to take a trip to: Japan 
If I was Coach Vanderlinden for a day. I would: 

take the team to a baseball game 
The word that best describes me is: quiet 
Who would I most like to meet?: Jesse Jackson. 

Martin Luther King 
My ambition after football is to: become a physi- 
cal therapist 



John 
Waerig 



1999 M 



AND TERRAPINS FOOTBALL 



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Harold 







Tailback 
Deerfield Beach, Fla. 

(Cardinal Gibbons) 
5-7 • 175 • Senior, 2V 

On Westley: Senior running back who started the first 
two games of his junior campaign and played No. 2 to 
LaMont Jordan through the rest oflast season . . . three- 
year career stats of 200 carries for 710 yards ... an 
explosive player with quick feet ... is very dangerous in 
the open field and has the speed to go the distance ... 
pound for pound he is one of the strongest players on 
the team ... returned to his more natural running back 
position after playing at wide receiver as a sophomore. 

1998: Played in 10 games and started against James 
Madison and Virginia to open his junior season ... 78 
carries for 273 yards ... 3-5 yards per carry with a 30- 
yard touchdown run at Virginia . . . five receptions for 
19 yards ... 20-for-68 against JMU and 12-for-55 at 
Virginia . . . rushed 21 times for a game-high 70 yards 
in the annual spring game. 

1997: Moved to wide receiver from running back, ap- 
pearing in eight games as a 
sophomore ... caught two 
passes for 10 yards and 
had six carries for 16 
vards. 



1996: Became only the third Terp freshman in school 
history to rush for more than 100 yards when he to- 
taled 120 yards on 11 attempts vs. Wake Forest ... 
earned ACC Rookie of the Week honors for his effort 
vs. the Demon Deacons ... was the Terps' leading 
rusher through seven games ... totaled 421 rushing 
yards, the most by a Terp freshman since 1990. 

High School: Graduated from Cardinal Gibbons High 
School in 1996 ... was a Top SO prospect in Florida by 
the National Recruiting Advisor ... earned All-South 
recognition from Tom Lemming and BlueChip ... high 
school coach was Don Marino. 

Personal: Harold Westley, Jr. ... born Jan. 2, 1977 
... son of Helen and Harold Westley ... majoring in 
criminology and criminal justice. 



Career Statistics 




Rushing 

19% 
1997 

1098 



G-GS Att Net Avg. TD LP 



11-2 lid 421 

8-0 d Id 
10-2 78 273 



3.6 

2.7 
3.5 



39 



2 

S 

1 30 



Totals 29-4 200 710 iZ 3 39 

Receiving G-GS Rec Yds Avg TD LP 

1996 11-2 (i SO 8.3 42 

1997 8-0 2 10 S.O (I 9 

1998 10-2 S 19 3-8 IS 

Totals Wi 13 79 277 42 



Westley Up Close 



The best advice I ever received is: "Patience. 

Things come to those who wait." 
My craziest ambition is: to be six-foot-five 
My hero is: my dad 




Daryl 



W HI TIMER 




Defensive Back 
Waldorf, Md. (Westlake) 
6-0 • 1 86 • Sophomore, 1 V 

On Whitmer: A pleasant surprise last season as a 

freshman walk-on who lettered after earning time 

on special teams and in the defensive secondary 

... two-sport athlete who redshirted with the Maryland 

baseball team in the spring . . . listed third on the depth 

chart at free safety . . . strong athlete with good skills. 

1998: Saw limited action in all 11 games as a true 
freshman . . . three tackles. 



High School: Graduated from Westlake High Scho 
in Waldorf, Md. . . . three-sport star in football. h:is 
kethall and baseball . . . played strong safety and will 
receiver while helping lead his team to 13-1 and 8 . 
records as a junior and senior . . . team captain ant 
Southern Maryland Athletic Conference MVP as a se 
nior . . . was second team All-Met . . . played in stati 
championship game at Byrd Stadium as a junior \s 
Damascus High . . . had 976 yards receiving on of 
fense, and registered 102 tackles with six intercepl 
tions on defense . . . was an all-conference selection 
as a point guard in basketball . . . was team captaii 
and league MVP in baseball while batting -tSO ant 
exhibiting speed and a strong arm in center field 
played in the Crown All-Star baseball game at Camde 
Vards in Baltimore as a senior . . . prepped first t\u 
years at Bolles High School in Jacksonville, Fla. 

Personal: Daryl Justin Whitmer . . . born Jan. 10 
1980 ... son of Helen-Claire and Lyn Whitmer . . . ster 
mother is Pat Whitmer . . . father, Lyn, is in the Na 
. . . brother Duane is a junior swimmer at the Nav 
Academy in Annapolis . . . majoring in letters & sc 
ences . . . favorite athlete is Deion Sanders because h 
is a two-sport star. 



Career Statistics 




tt 

3/0.3 



TFL Sacks Int 

0-0 0.0-0 (1-n 



Whitmer Up Close 



Someday 1 would like to take a trip to: Las Vegas 
If I could change any rule in college football, it 

would be: allow celebration when you score a - 

touchdown 
My ambition after football is to: play pro basebal 



Todd 



w 


IKE 1 




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Center 
Lebanon, Pa. (Lebanon) 
6-3 • 265 • R-Freshman 
On Wike: Redshirt freshman who was moved from 
tight end post last year to center during 1009 sprint 
drills . . . showed the natural ability to progress into ; 
good offensive center . . . athletic lineman who rcccim. 
on-the-job training in spring while Melvin Fowler n 
covered from off-season shoulder surgery . . . alH 
around athlete with good si/e and quickness. 

1998: Redshirt season. 



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1999 MARYLAND TERRAPINS FOOTBALL 



igh School: Graduated from Lebanon (Pa.) High 
bhool in 1998 earned \ll America honors from 

VI Today, SuperPrep, PrepStar and the \<iii<m«l Re 
waiting Advisor ... also was named to the Harris- 
ftifs (I'n l Patriot- Sews all-star team, second team 

[-state and all-count) as a tight end, linebacker and 
mter ... as a senior in l l )>)", he had I i receptions 
Lr 101 yards and live touchdowns ... from his line 
ticker spot, he had I \- total tackles, including 63 

ilo slops ... also connected on three field goals, with 
MOngof42 yards received scholarship offers from 
S Division I \ schools, including Virginia, NC Slate, 
febrgia Tech. Wake Forest, Clemson, Northwestern. 

anlord and Michigan State ... selected to plaj in the 
lason-Dixon Classic wasthe first freshman to earn 
Iwsirj letter in the 100-year history of Lebanon's 

othall program ... totaled 17 1 points, 12 I'D recep- 

ms. 3 1 catches and Hi I tackles in his varsity career 

tanked No. 2 academically in his class ... member 
'the student council ... also played on the basketball 
jam, helping Lebanon to three consecutive league 
-'les and lour straight section championships ... was 
ominaled for the McDonald's All-Star game ... high 
pool coach was Tom Jordan. 

ersonal: Todd Matthew \\ ike . . . horn Nov. 18, 1979 
son of Kevin Wike ... majoring in letters and sei- 
nes , Man land scholar- athlete in fall I99S. 

ii 

J 



Wike Up Close 



ly goal for 1 999 is to: earn a starting position and 

go to a howl game 
Someday I would like to take a trip to: Jamaica 
' f I was Coach Vanderlinden for a day, I would: 

spend the day with nn children 
pie word that best describes me is: loyal 
rt'ho would I most like to meet?: my late grandfa- 
| ther 
jiy ambition after football is to: become a lawyer 



I99S: learned with John I eiigill as a strong pan nn 
the right side of the offensive hue last season, starting 
together in all II games . helped make the Terrapin 
rushing game one ol the nation's most improved in 

1998 

1997: Saw limited action as a sophomore alter mak- 
ing the transition from defensive to offensive hue 
worked al both guard positions and center during 
spring. 

1996: Registered eight tackles in five games as a de- 
fensive lineman recovered a lateral against NC State 
and had one tackle for loss vs. North Carolina. 

1995: Redshirt season. 

High School: Graduated from St Charles High School 
in 1995 was an All-America selection by Scholastic 
Couch magazine and Street & Smith's ... also was a 
Midwest All-Star by BlueChip and the National Re- 
cruiting Advisor ... was team captain and conference 
MVP as a senior ... was an All-America and all-state 
performer in track and field ... maintained a 4.1) (on 
5.0 scale) high school GPA ... high school coach was 
Buck Drach. 

Personal: Jamieson K Wu . . horn Sept. 1<S, 19 ... 
son of Donna and Robert Wu ... majoring in art studio. 




lamie \Su 



Offensive Guard 

St. Charles, III. 

(St. Charles) 

6-2 • 285 • R-Senior, 2V 

In Wu: One of four returning starters on the offen- 
jve line, and one of two seniors . . . helps make the 
'Tensive line one of Mankind's strong points heading 
to his senior campaign . . . one of the strongest play- 
& on the team, also noted for his quickness ... his 
career starts are fifth-highest among returning play- 



Close 



My goal for 1999 is to: go to a bowl game 

The best advice I've ever received is: "There's no 

such thing as a had day at the golf course.'' 
If I lost all my possessions except one, I'd want 

to keep: my golf clubs 
My craziest ambition is: to go to the Olympics for 

the shot put and discus 
If I could change one thing in the world, it would 

be: to add more golf courses 
WTio would I most like to meet? mv grandfathers 



Academic Majors for 
Returning Players 



Player Major 

lermalne trrlngton familj studies 

BrynBoggs criminolog) & criminal justice 

Todd Bradlej i riminolog) k criminal justice 

I.ik Caleodine criminolog) & criminal justice 

OmarCheeseboro . .criminolog) & criminal justice 

Delben Cowsette geograph) 

Renard Con criminology & criminal justice 

Man Crawford letters 8 sciern es 

Molses Cruz i riminolog) & criminal justice 

Khan, Darlington business management 

Gavin DeFreitas anthropology 

Ire) Ivans economics 

Shawn Forte American studies 

Mehin Fowler, Jr communications 

Uiilian Can, letters & sciences 

Mike George criminology & criminal justice 

Monti Graves African-American studies 

till Harris communications 

lasun llatala communications 

John Helmer criminology & criminal justice 

H.J. Henderson letters & sciences 

Charles Hill letters & sciences 

Tim Howard kinesiological sciences 

Mike Hull business management 

Tony Jackson criminology & criminal justice 

Trie James criminolog) & criminal justice 

Kris Jenkins kinesiology 

Randall Jones letters & sciences 

LaMont Jordan communications 

Matt Kalapinski criminology & criminal justice 

Chad Killian letters & sciences 

Luke Kim letters & sciences 

Brian Kopka communications 

Boh Krantz letters & sciences 

Reggie Lewis family studies 

Erik Upton kinesiology 

Rod Littles leuers & sciences 

Envyn Lyghl kinesiology 

Sam Manis letters & sciences 

Calvin McCall letters & sciences 

Tarik McCall letters & sciences 

Brad Messina family studies 

Marlon Moore business management 

Malt Murph] criminology & criminal justice 

Tony Okanlawon letters & sciences 

Doug Patterson kinesiology 

Chris Pope electrical engineering 

Marc Riley letters & sciences 

Kcnm Rogers criminology & criminal justice 

Durrand Roundtree criminology & criminal justice 

Scott Rudolph physical education 

Lewis Sanders criminology & criminal justice 

Maurice Shaw family studies 

w illiam Shime business management 

MookieSikyala.Jr. electrical engineering 

Corey Smith communications 

Chris Snader family studies 

Sean Starner family studies 

Tyrone Stewart letters & sciences 

R\an Swift communications 

Aaron Thompson criminolog) & criminal justice 

Peter Timmins criminology & criminal justice 

Brett Trammell criminology & criminal jusUcc 

John Waerig communications 

Jon Watkins community health education 

Harold Westley criminology & criminal justice 

Daryl Whitmer letters & sciences 

Todd Wike letters & sciences 

lamie Wu art studio 




1999 MARYLAND TERRAPINS FOOTBALL 



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1 999 NEWCOMERS 



No. 


Name 


Pos. 


Hgt. 


Wgt. 


Yr. 


1-i 


Leroy Ambush 


LB 


6-1 


210 


Fr. 


2 J 


Shawn Armstrong* 


WR 


6-3 


170 


So 


59 


Kevin Bishop 


LB 


6-2 


235 


So 


3 


Lamar Bryant 


OL 


6-3 


260 


Fr. 


30 


Curome Cox 


CB 


6-1 


200 


Fr. 


82 


Jeff Dugan 


TE 


6-4 


255 


Fr. 


"2 


Eric Dumas 


DL 


6-6 


275 


Fr. 


44 


Bernie Fiddler 


LB 


6-1 


215 


Fr. 


60 


Nick Fisher 


OT 


6-7 


330 


Fr. 


4 


Latrez Harrison 


QB 


6-3 


214 


Fr. 


32 


Leon Joe 


LB 


6-1 


210 


Fr. 


99 


Landon Jones 


DE 


6-4 


225 


Fr 


23 


Mark Lebida* 


WR/P 


5-11 


181 


So. 


2S 


Hun "Scooter" Monroe 


WR 


6-1 


175 


Fr. 


90 


Jamar Perrin 


DL 


6-3 


270 


Fr. 


- 


Bruce Pern' 


RB 


5-9 


185 


Fr. 


25 


Carlton Saunders* 


DB 


5-9 


174 


So. 


36 


Ed Simms 


S 


6-3 


210 


Fr. 


23 


Andrew Smith, Jr. 


DB 


6-3 


205 


Fr. 


"(1 


Scott Smith 


DL 


6-4 


265 


Fr. 


6] 


Ed Tyler 


OL 


6-3 


275 


Fr. 


55 


Mike Whaley 


DE 


6-1 


235 


Fr. 


19 


Jafar Williams 


WR 


6-2 


185 


Fr. 


76 


Aaron Wormley 


OL 


6-5 


275 


Fr. 



-denotes players who joined the team in spring 1990 



Leroy 



AMBUSH 



24 

Linebacker 

Frederick, Md. 

(Thomas Johnson) 

6-1 • 210 • Freshman 

High School: Graduated from Gov. Thomas Johnson 
High School ... consensus all-state linebacker as a jun- 
ior in 1997 but was limited to just four games as a 
senior after suffering a dislocated elbow early in the 
fifth game of the season ... was leading his team in 
rushing and scoring at the time of the injury ... was an 
\ll- American In PrepStar and a, ill region choice by 
SuperPrep . as a junior, helped lead his team to the 



Hometown (High School/last School) 

Frederick, Md. (Thomas Johnson) 

Baltimore, Md. (Dunbar) 

St. Petersburg, Fla. (Northeast/South Florida) 

Clinton, Md. (Crossland) 

.Arlington, Va. (Gonzaga College H.S.) 

Allison Park, Pa. (Central Catholic) 

Atlanta, Ga. (Benjamin Mays) 

Swedesboro, N.J. (Kingsway) 

Mars, Pa. (Mars Area) 

Atlanta, Ga. (Booker T. Washington) 

Clinton, Md. (Friendly) 

Marion. Ohio (Harding) 

Edison, N.J. (J.P. Stevens) 

Abington, Md. (John Carroll) 

Temple Hills, Md. (DeMatha) 

Philadelphia, Pa. (George Washington) 

Baltimore, Md. (Baltimore Poly) 

Woodbridge, Va. (Potomac) 

Fort Meade, Md. (Meade) 

Philadelphia. Pa. (George Washington) 

Franklinville, N.J. (Delsea) 

Lexington, S.C. (Fork Union Military Academy) 

Philadelphia, Pa. (George Washington) 

Yeadon, Pa. (Penn Wood) 



Shawn 



ARMSTRONG 



state 3A title game and an 1 1-2 record ... totaled 125 
tackles, including 1 1 for losses, and also rushed for 
more than 1,000 yards in 1997, when he was one of 
just three juniors named to the consensus all-state team 
... was also named the Frederick Xews-Post Mid-Mary- 
land Defensive Player of the Year as a junior ... was a 
second team all-state selection as a sophomore in 1 996 
after rushing for more than 800 yards and helping his 
team to a 10-2 record ... was a teammate of current 
Maryland quarterback Randall Jones in 1996. 

Personal: Born March 16, 1981 ... son of Kim and 
Leroy Ambush ... plans to major in business ... was 
also recruited by Penn State. North Carolina Slate. West 
Virginia, Virginia and Wake Forest. 



32 



Wide Receiver 

Baltimore, Md. (Dunbar) 

6-3 • 1 70 • Sophomore 

On Armstrong: First-year walk-on receiver wl 
joined the Terps during 1999 spring ... tall and lank 
is a big target. 

High School: Graduated from Dunbar High SchrJ 
in 1998 ... played four seasons for state champiot 
ship contenders . . . team was undefeated state chain 
pion in 1994 and 1995, state semifinalist in 1996. an 
state runner-up as a senior . . . co-captain as a senil 
while playing receiver and defensive back . . . memhf 
of honor roll and National Honor Society. 

Personal: Born April 29. 1980 ... son of Kathle^ 
Davis and Roosevelt Armstrong . . .plans to pursue I 
double-major in accounting and finance. 



Kevin 



BISHOP 




Linebacker 

St. Petersburg, Fla. 

(Northeast/South Florida) 

6-2 • 235 • Sophomore 

College: Redshirted his freshman season of 199" ,i 
a linebacker at the I niversity of South Florida. 

High School: Graduated from Northeast High Scho 
in 199" ... was a first team class 5A all-state choice .1 
a defensive back as a senior in 1996 ... also playc 
defensive back and slot back ... was selected thi 
Pinellas County Player of the Year by the St. Peteri 
hurt! Times and Tampa Tribune ... was also selecte 
to the West Central Florida Super IS team ... as a si 
nior. averaged 12." yards per cany (45 carries fo 
545 yards) in addition to catching 1^ passes for 4 i 
yards ... totaled 15 touchdowns ... also intercepte 
three passes ... lettered in basketball and track. 

Personal: Born Sept 28. 1978 ... son of Diana Bisho| 
,„ was a member of the National Honor SocietJ ... 
tended a junior college. ILuper Raine\ College in I 
nois, after transferring from University of South Florid i 



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1999 MARYLAND 



TtrFAFiT 



S FOOTBALL 



Lamar 



BRYANT 



73 

Offensive Line 

(Clinton, Md. (Crossland) 

6-3 • 260 • Freshman 

igh School: Graduated from Crossland High School 
i [temple Hills, Md, .., was a second [cam Ml Met se- 
ction In the Washington Post and a first learn Ml 
rlnce George's i\ choice a-- a senior ... named an 
II Vmerican by. PrepStar and an all-region selection 
\ SuperPrep played both offensive tackle and de- 
cisive tackle as a senior ... credited with 33 pancake 
flocks and allowed jnsl one sack ... on defense, he 
totaled 18 tackles, si\ sacks and two forced fumbles 

played right tackle on offense and defensive tackle 
■, a junior, his first season of organized football ... 
sn played \arsii\ basketball ... "Lamar is a tremen- 
dous athlete for his size and a fierce competitor. His 
in k ethic is incredible," said Ins high school coach. 
Ian Vrrington. "He hasn't even begun to reach his 
otential." 

ersonal: Born Jan. II. l l )Sl ...son of Ivey Ray Bryant 
id Elizabeth Washington ... plans to major in com- 
titer science ... also recruited In Georgia Tech. Duke, 
lississippi and Syracuse and NC State 

CUROME 



COX 



30 



Cornerback 

Arlington, Va. 

(Gonzaga College H.S.) 

6-1 • 200 • Freshman 

i igh School: Graduated from Gonzaga College High 

tiiool in Washington. D.C. ... was a first team Ml 

1 ashington Catholic Athletic Conference selection as 

• defensive back and a second team til-Mel selection 

i the Washington Post also was accorded All- 

mcrica honors In PrepStar and honorable mention 

-America honors from USA Today as a senior in 

B6, averaged an impressive 25.8 vards per recep- 

.m. catching 11 passes for 567 yards and nine touch- 

iwns ... on defense, recorded five interceptions ... 

.eraged nearh 1\ vards on eight punt returns ... 

iped his team to a final record of 1 1-2 and a final 

■king of No. 9 by the Washington Post . Gonzaga 



captured the WCAC south Division tale and reached 
the WCAC championship game vs DeMatha was a 
preseason Ml Vmerican In PrepStar prior to his se 
nior year was a starter at wide receiver and 
cornerback as a junior in pit when Gonzaga went 

12-1 and won the WCAC title played on the vaisiiv 
as a sophomore a sprinter on the track team. 

Personal: Born Feb -is. 1981 son of Linda Foster 
recruited In Virginia Tech. Boston College. North 
western, South Carolina, and Syracuse 



Jeff 



DUGAN 




Tight End 
Allison Park, Pa. 
(Central Catholic) 
6-4 • 255 • Freshman 
High School Graduated from Central Catholic High 
School in Pittsburgh. Pa. ... rated the top tight end pros- 
pect in the state of Pennsylvania, according to recruit 
ing analyst Tom Lemming ... caught 20 passes in l l )'),X 
for 22S vards and four touchdowns ... had 1 1 catches 
lor 1 III vards as a junior ... also placed defensive end 
w here he had 57 tackles. si\ sacks, four forced fumbles 
and a pair of fumble recoveries as a senior col- 
lected 98 tackles with seven TFL and three sacks as a 
junior ... was a first team all-league defensive end for 
two seasons, and a second team all-league tight end 
tor two seasons was a rwo-vear starter, and the team 
captain as a senior ... also participated in track as an 
outstanding shot putter. 

Personal: Born April X. 19X1 ... son of Kathv and Pat 
Dugan ... undecided on a college major ... honor stu- 
dent . also recruited by Syracuse, Pittsburgh. North- 
western. Duke. Virginia Tech. North Carolina. Purdue 
and Miami (Fla I 



Eric 



DUMAS 



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Defensive Line 

Atlanta, Ga. 

(Benjamin Mays) 

6-6 • 275 • Freshman 

High School: Graduated from Benjamin Mavs High 

School in Atlanta. Ga. ... wis a postseason all-region 



chou e bv SuperPrep as a junior, blocked three field 
goal and two e tra point attempts in addition ti 
istering i5 tackles and eight sacks 

Personal: Born \pril JO, 1981 plans to major in 
business recruited In Mississippi, Mississippi State 
Georgia Tech and Memphis 



Bernie 



FIDDLER 



44 

Linebacker 
swedesboro, n.j. 

( Kingsway) 
6-1 • 215 • Freshman 
High School: Graduated from Kingsway, High School 
in Swedesboro, N | w.ls named an Ml- American bv 
SuperPrep and all region In PrepStar ... also was first 
team Mi-South Jersey as a senior ... rated the No i 
running hack in the state in the preseason In recruit 
ing analyst Tom Lemming ... a two-time 1,000-yard 
rusher in his career ... as a senior, ran for 1,134 yards 
and 19 touchdowns ... caught 15 passes for 235 yards 
(IS.- average) ... on defense, totaled 1 12 tackles, in 
eluding SH solo stops also had live interceptions. 
15 caused fumbles and five fumble recoveries ... earned 
first team Tri -County Conference honors on both sides 
of the ball for the third consecutive season in 1998 
was a two-Mine first team All-Group 11 selection on 
defense, earning the honor as a junior and senior .. 
as a junior, rushed for 1,001 yards and nine touch- 
downs while averaging 7 9 yards per carry ... on de- 
fense, totaled l )(i tackles, three sacks and si\ caused 
fumbles ... started at inside linebacker as a sophomore 
when kingsway advanced to the state title game. 

Personal: Born July 2b. 1981 ... son of Bernard and 
Anna Fiddler ... plans to major in education ... also 
recruited bv W isconsin. Pitt. Boston College, NC State. 
Iowa. Rutgers, Syracuse and North Carolina. 

Nick 



FISHER 



60 

Offensive Tackle 

Mars, Pa. (Mars Area) 

6-7 • 330 • Freshman 

High School: Graduated from Mars Area High School 
in Mars. Pa wastheonlv offensive or defensive line- 






1999 MARYLAND TERRAP 



71 







man selected to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Fabu- 
lous 22 all-star team ... highly-regarded offensive tackle 
who also pulled down first team all-state honors and 
was named one of the top five offensive linemen in the 
state as a senior .... was an all-region choice by 
SuperpPrep ... also was selected first team All-Allegh- 
eny Conference and to the Butler County Eagle all- 
star team ... was selected to the Fox Sports/Tribune 
Review all-star team ... credited with 25 pancake 
blocks as a senior from his left tackle position ... played 
left offensive tackle as a junior in 1997 and nose tackle 
as a sophomore in 1996 ... noted for his outstanding 
footwork ... played three years of varsity basketball. 

Personal: Bom July 4, 1981 ... son of Owen Tisdale 
and Ken Fisher ... plans to major in business manage- 
ment ... also recruited by North Carolina, NC State, 
Syracuse, Pitt, South Carolina and West Virginia. 



Latrez 



HARRISON 



4 



Quarterback 

Atlanta, Ga. 

(Booker T. Washington) 

6-3 • 214 • Freshman 

High School: Graduated from Booker T. Washington 
High School in Atlanta, Ga. ... one of the nation's top- 
rated quarterbacks who passed for 2,400 yards and 
27 touchdowns as a senior on his way to earning 
SuperPrep and PrepStar All-America honors and hon- 
orable mention All-American recognition by USA To- 
day ... also intercepted seven passes in four games as 
his team's free safety ... was a two-time first team all- 
state and all-city choice and the Atlantic public schools 
Player of the Year in 1 998 . . . was named to the state of 
Georgia's Super 1 1 Team and to the Macon Touch- 
down Club's Super 7 Team ... was rated the top QB in 
the state and among the top five QB's in the Southeast 
Region ... was selected to play in the prestigious Geor- 
gia vs. Florida all-star game ... was 29-6 in three years 
as his high school team's starting quarterback ... com- 
pleted 63 of 1 1 5 passes for 1 , 1 30 yards and 11 touch- 
downs as a junior when he was named team MVP ... 
directed his team to records of 12-1 ( 1997) and 10-2 
(1098) his final two seasons. 

Personal : Born July 30, 1 980 . . . son of Charles Phillips 
and Benjenia Lee ... plans to major in criminology and 
criminal justice ... also recruited by Auburn, Syracuse, 
Georgia Tech, Central Florida. Georgia, and Alabama, 
among others. 



Leon 



JOE 



32 



Linebacker 

Clinton, Md. (Friendly) 

6-1 • 210 • Freshman 

High School: Graduated from Friendly High School 
in Fort Washington, Md. ... played both outside and 
inside linebacker as a senior, recording 165 total tack- 
les (88 solos) and 10 sacks ... as a fullback, he aver- 
aged 10 yards per carry in limited carries ... he scored 
four touchdowns, including a 95-yard TD run in the 
state semifinals .... helped spearhead Friendly to the 
county's first Maryland state title in 10 years ... Friendly 
went 13-0, won the 3A state championship and fin- 
ished the season with a final ranking of No. 3 by the 
Washington Post ... an all-region selection by 
SuperPrep ... was an all-region choice by PrepStar ... 
rated the No. 3 linebacker in the state by recruiting 
analyst Tom Lemming entering his senior year .. was a 
first team all-county selection as a junior when he 
played strictly outside linebacker ... Friendly went 10- 
2 and advanced to the state semifinals ... also an out- 
standing sprinter on the track team. 

Personal: Born Oct. 26, 1981 .... son of Clarence Joe 
and Leslie Bishop-Joe .... also recruited by West Vir- 
ginia, Penn State, and South Carolina, among others. 



Landon 



JONES 




Defensive End 

Marion, Ohio (Harding) 

6-4 • 225 • Freshman 

High School: Graduated from Harding High School 
in Marion, Ohio ... was named the Defensive Lineman 
of the Year by the North Central Ohio Football Coaches 
Association and Defensive Player of the Year in the Ohio 
Heartland Conference ... totaled 112 tackles, includ- 
ing 57 solo stops, four sacks and two interceptions ... 
also was named all-district and honorable mention 
all-state by the Associated Press ... was selected to play 
in the North-South All-Star game and has been nomi- 
nated lor the Big Sh All-Star game (Ohio vs. Pennsyl- 
vania) ... helped his team to a league championship, a 
state regional runner-up showing and a final record of 
10-2 in 1W8 ... as a junior in 199"\ he was accorded 



first team all-league and all-district honors and was 
first team selection on the North Central Ohio Fo< 
ball Coaches Association all-star team ... a three-ye 
varsity starter, he totaled 225 total tackles, includii 
108 solos, 1 17 assists, five sacks, six tackles for lossg 
five pass breakups, three caused fumbles and two i 
terceptions during his career ... a two-year starter ( 
the basketball team. 

Personal: Born March 31, 1981 .... plans to maj* 
in physical education ... also recruited by Boston C( 
lege, Pitt, West Virginia and Michigan State. 



Mark 



LEBIDA 



23 

Wide Receiver/Punter 






Edison, N.J. (J. P. Stevens 
5-1 1 • 181 • Sophomore 

On Lebida: Walk-on sophomore who hopes to coi 
tribute at wide receiver and punter positions . . . fii 
season with the program . . . enrolled at Maryland 
fall 1996. 

High School: Graduated from John P. Stevens Hi} 
School in 1996 ... lettered in track and football 
played receiver and defensive back while handlii 
punting duties . . . pole vaulter in track, clearing 1 
feet in best performance . . . county pole vault chai 
pion . . . football scholar-athlete award recipient 
high school coach was Frank Zarro. 

Personal: Born July 16, 1978 ... son of Diane a« 
Edward Lebida . . . majoring in economics . . . fath, 
is high school principal and football coach at near! 
Montclair High School. 

Hun "Scooter" 



MONROE 



25 



Wide Receiver 

Abington, Md. 

(John Carroll) 

6-1 • 175 • Freshman 

High School: Graduated from John Carroll Hit 

School in Bel Air, Md., where he was a four-year starti 

and two-year captain ... earned All-America bono 

from PrepStar ... also was an honorable mention pro 

All-American by USA Today ... rushed lor 1 ,000 van 



1999 MARYLAND TERRAPINS FOOTBALL 







junior and senior ... stalling tailback in Baltimore 

fr'D Club All-Star Game where he ran for 21 i \ unK 

md two touchdowns on Scarries ... was an offensive 

tandoul ;ti tailback though is projected by Maryland 

toaches as a receiver and return specialist ... also 

ilayed .1 strong corner on defense during his junior 

md senior seasons, collecting ~~ solo tackles, 3 1 as 

ists and five interceptions ... returned three picks for 

ouchdowns all-state defensive hack as a senior ... 

atured in Prep Star Magazine in Vugusl 1998 

1 ailed a "quiel leader" In high school coach Bill 

,lackle\ helped team to 8-2 records and confer- 

■nce runner-up finishes in each of final two seasons 

Baltimore Sun All Metro first team as a senior. sec- 
Hid team as a junior ... earned All-llarford Count) 
nnots three straight seasons ... twice was All-MI W 

member of the Baltimore I'D Club's Super 11 and 
he Big 33 Sporting Times first team as a junior and 
eiiii ir career statistics include 478 carries for 3,558 
ards 7. 1 v aril average and 33 touchdowns ... vi 
alches for 886 \ arils and two touchdowns ... "2 1 \ arils 
md two IPs on kickofl returns ... (1 1 1 yards and three 
T)s on punt returns also plays baseball where he 
las been named All-MIAA as a sophomore and junior 
I. honor roll student 

'ersonal: Born April II. 1981 ... son of LaVerne 
.jind Hun Monroe, Sr. ... plans to major in communi- 
ations ... also recruited by Florida State and Wake 
forest. 






Jamar 



PERRIN 



90 

Defensive Line 
Temple Hills, Md. 

(DeMatha) 
6-3 • 270 • Freshman 

ligh School: Graduated from DeMatha High School 
n Hyattsville, Md. ... highly touted defensive tackle ... 
lelped the Stags to a state championship and unde- 
eated season. 12-0, as a senior ... credited with 87 
olo tackles and 13 quarterback sacks ... first team 
dl-\\ashington Catholic Athletic Conference. All-PG 
iountv and All-Gazette ( Montgomery and PG counties) 
a second team All-Met selection by the Washington 
*»/ was a PrepStar honorable mention all-region 
'hoice ... trimmed down from 285 to 255 pounds he 
ween his junior and senior seasons to enhance his 
luickness ... two-year starter. 

'ersonal: Born Jan. 14, 1981 ... son of Sandra and 
Lester Perrin ... also recruited by Pittsburgh. East Caro- 
ina. Michigan State. Rutgers and Illinois. 



Bruce 



PERRY 



7 



Running Back 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

(George Washington) 

5-9 • 1 85 • Freshman 

High School: Graduated from George Washington 
High School in Philadephia. Pa. ... rushed for 1,041 
\ards and 1 1 touchdowns while playing in the wing T 
offense as a senior, his only season at Washington ... 
averaged 9.9 yards per earn ... had four touchdowns 
(two coming on punt returns) on just seven touches 
in one game his senior season ... returned three punts 
lor touchdowns, including one of 79 yards ... earned 
Ml- America honors from PrepStar ... was named the 
Philadelphia Offensive Player of the Year by ^Phila- 
delphia Inquirer and first team All-Met by the Phila- 
delphia Daily News ... he also was named first team 
all-state and first team all-area, and was a finalist for 
state Player of the Year honors ... was selected to play 
in the city all-star game ... was an honorable mention 
/ S. I Today All-American and a SuperPrep all-region 
choice ... helped Washington to a 10-1 record and a 
spot in the semifinals of the postseason playoffs ... 
transferred to Washington for his senior season after 
playing his sophomore and junior seasons at Cardinal 
Dougherty High School ... attended West Catholic High 
School as a freshman ... ran a 10.4 101) meters at the 
Ml Junior Nationals. 

Personal: Born March 11. 1981 ... son of Kevin and 
Robin Pern ... plans to major in journalism ... also 
recruited by NC State, Pitt. Syracuse, Michigan State 
and Wisconsin. 

Carlton 



SAUNDERS 



25 



Defensive Back 

Baltimore, Md. 

(Baltimore Poly) 

5-9 • 1 74 • Sophomore 

On Saunders: W alk-on defensive back who entered 
the Mankind program as a freshman during spring 
drills. 

High School: Graduated from Baltimore Polytechnic 



- ^— : 

where he earned .1 pan ol varsit) letters played 
defensive hack during Ins junior ami senior campaigns 

while his team posted a I VI coml il i" onl 

second team all state team < aptain and team \i\ P 
as a senior named all 1 ity, .ill 1 ounty and \ll Metro 

li.iltn <■ ( n\ Ml Stai 

Personal: Born July '). 1980 son of \nnelle and 
Jerome Saunders . majoring in business favorite 
athlete is Ileum Sanders 



Ed 



SIMMS 



36 

Safety 

WOODBRIDGE, Va. 

( Potomac) 
6-3 • 210 • Freshman 

High School: Graduated from Potomac High School 
in Woodbridge. Va. ... three-year lettenvinner and 
two-year starter.., team was 9- i and reached the state s 
final four as a junior ... team finished 6-5 as a senior 
. . . averaged 19 yards per catch as a junior while scor- 
ing eight touchdowns on just 1(1 catches ... moved to 
running hack at mid-season of senior campaign after 
a change in offensive schemes ... started at tailback 
the last half of the season, gaining 1 13 yards and scor- 
ing li\e touchdowns ... rushed for 100 yards in three 
of his final four games ... also caught five passes m 
1998 for 129 yards and one TD ... returned a kickoff 
9d yards for a score, and a punt "(1 yards for another 
... played an end on defense where he registered 68 
tackles. 12 sacks and l-i TF1. as a senior ... he recov- 
ered a pair of fumbles for touchdowns ... he was a 
first team all-league selection at defensive end as a 
senior, and was second team at wide receiver as a jun- 
ior ... he was honorable mention All-Met in 1998 by 
the Washington Post ... has only played two years of 
organized football ... high school coach was Mike 
Covington ... has run a 6.3 55 meters and a 10. 8 100 
meters. 

Personal: Born Nov 25. !9Xi> ... son ofValerie Jones 
and Edward Simms ... plans to major in criminology 
... also recruited by North Carolina and Bil' ... he is a 
swimmer and lifeguard during summer months. 



1999 MARYLAND TERRAPINS FOOTBALL 



Andrew 



SMITH, JR. 



23 



Defensive Back 

Fort Meade, Md. (Meade) 

6-3 • 205 • Freshman 

High School: Graduated from Meade High School in 
Fort Meade. Md. ... a talented all-around prospect who 
played two seasons at Meade after relocating with his 
family from Texas ... alternated between quarterback 
and running back on offense, and was regarded as a 
hard-hitting safety on defense ... also punted, averag- 
ing 35 yards per punt ... had four interceptions and 
106 tackles as a senior while earning first team 
all-count) accolades and SnperPrep all-region men- 
tion at safety ... was second team all-count) as a junior 
... rushed for 1,189 yards on 136 carries in 1998 ... 
had l-i touchdowns and 8.7 yards per earn ... team 
was 5-5 in 1998, 7-3 in 1997 ... high school coach 
w as Mark Fry e. 

Personal: Born Aug. 14, 1981 ... son of Clarice and 
\ndrevv Smith ... computer science major ... father is 
a retired military officer ... younger brother. Antwan, 
was the backup quarterback at Meade last season as a 
freshman ... also recruited by Pittsburgh. Mississippi 
and Michigan. 



Scott 



SMITH 



70 

Defensive Line 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

(George Washington) 

6-4- • 265 • Freshman 

High School: Graduated from George Washington 
High School in Philadelphia. Pa played both de- 
fensive end and offensive tackle as a senior in 1998, 
earning first team all-city, first team all-area and first 
team \ll Public League recognition ... also was a 
SuperPrep all-region choice ... totaled 83 tackles .md 
lour sacks on defense while averaging eight tackles 
per game.... helped Washington to a in I record, a 
division title and a spot in the semifinals of the 
postseason playoffs was selected to play in the cit) 
all-star game ...was a two-year starter on the offensive 
line and a one-year starter on the defensive line. 



Personal: Born Oct. 4. 1981 .... son of Marcia Smith 
and Norman McCall ... his brother is a linebacker at 
Pitt ... also recruited by North Carolina, NC State. Pin 
and Louisville. 



Ed 



TYLER 




Offensive Line 

Franklinville, N.J. 

(Delsea) 

6-3 • 275 • Freshman 

High School: Graduated from Delsea High School in 
Franklinville. N.J. ... named South Jersey Lineman of 
the Year as a senior ... was a first team all-state and a 
first team all-league choice ... named an honorable 
mention Ail-American by USA Today ... was chosen to 
the elite Super 100 team in the state of New Jersey ... 
played guard on offense and tackle on defense ... also 
an outstanding wrestler. 

Personal: Born July 11. 1981 ... son ofCoIlettand 
F.d Tyler ... undecided on college major ... also re- 
cruited hv Pitt and Syracuse. 



Mike 



WHALEY 




Defensive End 

Lexington, S.C. (Fork 

Union Military Academy) 

6-1 • 235 • Freshman 

High School: Graduated from Fork Union Military 
Academy in Fork Union, Va. ... second on team with 
68 tackles ... had live sacks, two interceptions and three 
fumble recoveries ... team finished 5-5 prepped at 
Lexington High School in Lexington. S.C, where he 
was a three-year starter and an all-region pick as a 
junior and senior ... was the region's defensive player 
of the year as a senior and chosen a "Top 100" athlete 
in the state led his team with 9" tackles and Is 
sacks as a senior. 

Personal: Born Dec. 13, 1980 ,., sou of Paillette 
Winder-Whale) ... computer science major ... also 
recruited bv Clemson. Georgia Tech. Wake Forest and 
OleMiss. 



J AFAR 



WILLIAMS 



19 



Wide Receiver 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

(George Washington) 

6-2 • 185 • Freshman 

High School: Graduated from George Washing! 
High School in Philadelphia. Pa. . . . earned first te; 
all-city and first team all-area honors as a senior 
1998 after catching 38 passes for 560 yards and ei; 
touchdowns in a wing T offense . . . named All-Met 
both the Philadelphia Inquirer and Philadelpl 
Daily Sews . . . was one of 10 players in the Philad 
phia area to receive a Maxwell Award for acader 
and athletic excellence ... had three intercepts 
w bile playing in the defensive secondary . . . was a te 
captain as a senior . . . also runs track, clocking a 1 ( 
100 meters . . . one of three players from Washingl 
to sign with the Terps, joining teammates Scott Sm 
and Bruce Perry. 

Personal: Bom July 21, 1980 ... son of Rashec 

Williams . . . also recruited by Pitt. NC State, l.ouisv 
and Kentucky 



Aaron 



WORM LEY! 



76 

Offensive Line 

Yeadon, Pa. (Penn Wood' 

6-5 • 275 • Freshman 

High School: Graduated from Penn Wood H 
School in Lansdowne. Pa. ... offensive line prosp 
who was called a "big sleeper " by theGY- II Repot 
a two-year starter at Penn Wood after transferring li 
Valley Forge High School in his first two seasons 
played only in spot situations on defense during 
high school career ... was first team \ll Delaware \ 
lev League while helping guide the top offensive I 
in the league ... earned fust team honors from the Ik 
/rare City limes and the \ens oj Delaware ... w.i 
Philadelphia Inquirer all-area fust team pick 

Personal: Born \pril 19. 1981 ...son of Elaine: 

Joseph Wonnley ... engineering major also recrui 
by Pittsburgh. Syracuse. Rutgers and Templi 



74 



999 MARYLAND TERRAPINS 



"GCTIT, 



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Tidbits 

•Maryland's 11-game 
regular season sched- 
ule includes six oppo- 
nents who played in 
postseason bowl 
games following the 
1998 season. 



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^ 



• The Terps will play 
six home games in Byrd 
Stadium, including 
consecutive acc 
matchups in October 
vs. Clemson, North 
Carolina and Duke. 

• Maryland is slated to 
play a pair of Thursday 
night games in 1999: 
Sept. 2 at Temple and 
Sept. 30 at Georgia 
Tech. 



In 

Sect 



[•VI 



Temple 

Western Carolina 

West Virginia 

Georgia Tech 

Wake Forest 

nemson , 

orth Carolina ... 

Duke 

NC State 

Florida State 

Virginia 

Composite Schedule 

Bowl Championship Series. 
Maryland Travel Itinerary .. 



TEMPLE OWLS 



Game 1 

September 2, 1999 

Franklin Field 

Philadelphia, Pa. 






1 999 Schedule 


S2 


Maryland 




Sll 


at Kansas State 




S18 


at Akron 




S25 


at Marshall 




02 


at Pittsburgh 




09 


Boston College 




016 


at Miami 




023 


at West Virginia 




030 


Rutgers 




N6 


at Syracuse 




N20 


Virginia Tech 






1998 R 


ESULTS 


S5 


at Toledo 


I. 12-24 


S12 


Akron 


L 28-35 


S19 


at Boston College 


L 7-31 


S26 


at Man land 


L 20-30 


03 


William & Man- 


L 38-^5 


OKI 


West Virginia 


L 7-37 


017 


at Virginia Tech 


W 24-28 


031 


at Rutgers 


L 10-21 


N7 


at Pittsburgh 


w 34-33 


\l i 


Miami 


l. 742 


N21 


Syracuse 


l. 7-38 



General Information 

Location: Philadelphia, Pa. 19122 

Founded: 1884 

Enrollment: 30,000 

Nickname: Owls 

Colors: Cherry, White 

Stadiums: Veterans (66,592) or Franklin Field (53,000) 

Surface: AstroTurf 

Conference: Big East 

President: Peter J. Liacouras 

Athletic Director: Dave O'Brien 




History 

First Year of Football: 189-1 

All-Time Bowl Record: 1-1 

Years in Postseason Play: I 

Last Postseason Appearance: 1979 Garden State Bowl 

Result: Defeated Cal, 28-17 

All-Time Record: 371-442-52 

Sports Information 

Football SID: Kevin Lorincz 

Office: 215-204-1608 

Home: 609-464-9886 

E-Mail: klorincz@nimhus.temple.edu 
SID: Brian Kirschner 

Home. 215-204-4824 

E-Mail. 215-635-2652 
Fax: 215-204-7499 
Press Box Phone: 215-271-1015 
SID Mailing Address: 1 7 00 N. Broad St., Room 409, 

Philadelphia, Pa. 19122 
Overnight Address: Same 
Web Site Address: www.owlsports.com 

Faxback Information 

Faxback Phone: 201-947-3918 
Release Code: 2410 
Statistics Code: 2412 
Game Book Code: 2415 
Roster Code: 2414 



R ETURN ING 



Coaching Staff 

Head Coach: Bobby Wallace, Mississippi State '76 

Career Record: 84-45-1 (11 years) 

At Temple: 2-9(1 year) 

Football Office Phone: 215-204-7441 

Best Time to Reach Coach: Contact SID 

Weekly Press Conference: TBA 

Assistant Coaches: Raymond Monica, AHC/DC; R.E. 
"Rocky" Hager, LB; Rob Likens, WR; Nick Rapone 
DB; Chris Roulhac, TE; Mike Schad, OL; Tim 
Stowers, OL; Blair Thomas, RB. 

Team Information 

1998 Record: 2-9 

1998 Conference Record: 2-5 (T-6th) 

1998 Final Rankings: None 

Basic Offense: Multiple 

Basic Defense: 4-3 

lettermen Returning/Lost: 43/18 

Starters Returning/Lost: 1V8 

Honors Candidates 

Raheem Brock, DE; Kevin Harvey, CB; Elmarko 
Jackson, TB; Peppi Pichette, DT; LeVar Talley, LB. 

Offensive Starters Returninc 

Carlos Johnson, FL; Elmarko Jackson, TB; Joe Kliami 
TE; Tim Leach, 0T; Theo Ross, OG; Devin Scott, Q 
Jason McKie, FB. 

Defensive Starters Returninc 

Kevin Harvey, CB; Leon Gray, LB; Peppi Pichette. DT; 
LeVar Talley, LB; Taylor Suman, LB; Chonn Lacey, 
DB; Raheem Brock, DE. 

Series History 

Series Record: Maryland leads 2-0-0 

Series at Maryland: Maryland leads 1-0-0 

Series at Temple: Maryland leads 1-0-0 

First Meeting: 1997, Maryland 24-21 

Last Terrapin Win at Maryland: 1998 (30-20) 

Last Terrapin Win at Temple: 1997 (24-21) 

Last Temple Win at Maryland: None 

Last Temple Win at Temple: None 

Current Series Streak: Mankind has won 2 

Maryland's Largest Margin of Victory: 10 (30-20, 199J 



Leaders 



Rushing 

Elmarko Jackson, TB 

Jason McKie, FB 

Passing 
Devin Scott, QB 
Greg Muckerson, QB 

Receiving 

Carlos Johnson, FL 

Tackles 

Taylor Suman, LB 
LeVar Talley, I.B 



G 


Art 


Yds 


Avg 


TD 






10 


59 


216 


3.7 









10 


57 


210 


3.5 


3 






G 


PA 


PC 


Pet 


Yds 


TD 


Int 


6 


69 


25 


.362 


459 


3 


3 


7 


51 


1') 


.373 


299 


3 


> 


G 


Rec 


Yds 


Avg 


YPG 


ID 




II 


18 


.378 


21.0 


34.4 


6 




G 


IT 


AT 


TT 


lot 


Sacks 


ITT. 


li 


56 


43 


99 





1 


2 


7 


10 


25 


65 








4 



1999 MARYLAND TERRAPINS FOOTBAL 



WESTERN CAROLINA CATAMOUNTS 



Game 2 
September 11, 1999 
Byrd Stadium 
College Park, IMd. 




Bill Bleil Eric Johnson 






1 999 Schedule 


Si 


Mars Hill 




Sll 


at Maryland 




MS 


The Citadel 




S25 


at East Tennessee Slate 




02 


Rinnan 




09 


at Georgia Southern 




010 


Vofford 




023 


at Chananooga 




030 


VM1 




N6 


Samford 




N13 


at Appalachian State 






1 998 Results 


S5 


at Duke 


. m-2-t 


S19 


at The Citadel \Y 14-8 


S2o 


E;tst Tennessee State \ 


\ 31-2-1 (2ot) 


03 


at Furman 


L 7-31 


oin 


Georgia Southern 


L 21-28 


017 


at Wofford 


L io-r 


024 


Chatuinooga \\ 24-21 


031 


at\MI \\ 39 1" 


\" 


Elon \\ 10" 


N14 


at Tennessee Tech 


L 6-17 


N21 


Appalachian Stale w 23-6 




1999 


rVAFV 


L 



General Information 
Location. Cullowhee, N.C. ik'H 
Founded 1889 
Enrollment 6,500 
Vickname Catamounts 
Colors. Purple, Gold 
stadium i: | Whltmire (12,000) 
Surface istroTuri 8 
Conference: Southern 
/'resident: Chancellor Dr. John \V. liardo 
Athletic Director Larn I.. Travis 

History 
First YearofFootbalk 1931 

Ml lime Howl Record:*,- 7 * 

Years in Postseason Piny: 3 

Last Postseason Appearance: 1983 

Result: Lost in I-AA championship game toS. Illii 

43-7 
All lime Record 267-34^-23 

Sports Information 

Football Sll): Jody Jones 

Office : 828-22"-" r I 
Home TBA 

E-Mail: iioncs@wcu.edu 
Press Box Phone: 828-22"-" 1 " 1 
SID WailingAddress. Ramsey Center, Western Ca 

Univ., Cullowhee, N.C, 28723 
Overnight Address: Ramsey Center, Western Can 

Univ., Cullowhee. N.C, 28"23 
Web Site Address: vwvv.wcu.edu/athletics/ 

Faxback Information 
Faxhaek Phone: 201-46l-5"26 
Release Code 2902 
Statistics Code: 2901 
Game Hook Code: 2903 
Roster Code: 1%$ 



Retu rn ing 



Coaching Staff 
Head Coach UNI Bleil, Northwestern College 81 

Career Record: 9-13 '2 years) 
1/ WCl 9 li(2\earsi 
Football Office Phone 828 227-7395 
Best Time to Reach Coach Weekda) mornings 
Weekly Press Conference Tuesday, 1 1:30 a.m. 
\ssistant Coaches Maun Waugh, fflC/Co-DC/LB; Kurt 
Beathard, ()( ;/(,)!!; Steve Ryan, Co-DC/DB; Dick 
O'Brien. RB/ST; Michael Gunthrop, 01.: Thomas 
Woods, WR; Brent Pry, DL 

Team Information 
1998 Record 6-5 

1998 Conference Record: 5-3 (3rd) 
1998 Final Rankings None 
Basic Offense: Multiple I'm Style 
Basic Defense: Multiple t-3 
l.ettermen Returning/Lost: 37/12 
Starters Returning/Lost: 13/11 

Honors Candidates 

Eric Johnson. FS: Brad Hoover. IB; \mhom Jenkins. 
DT; Shawn Snyder, QB: \aron Wright. \\ R; David 
Hill, P/PK: Ryan Lawrence. 1)1: 

Offensive Starters Returning 
Joe Barringer, C; Jamie Miller. OT; Travise Pitman. TE; 
Brad Hoover, TB; Justin Cella, QB; Shawn Smdcr. 
QB: Lamont Williams. \\ R 

Defensive Starters Returning 
\nthony Jenkins. DT; Jeff Chambers, DT: Corey Jackson, 

MI.B: Cedric Crudup. SI.B; Eric Johnson. FS: Rand\ 
Shaw. CB. 



Series History 



First Meeting 



Rushing 

Brad Homer TB 

Passing 
Justin Cella. QB 



G-GS 

11-11 

G-GS 

11-10 



Art 

331 

PA 

193 



Yds 
1720 

PC 

101 



Avg 
5.0 

Pet 

.518 



Leaders 



TD 
13 






Yds 

ins 



TD 

5 



Int 

12 



Receiving 


G-GS 


Rec 


Yds 


^g 


YPG 


TD 


Brad Hoover, TB 


11-11 


2s 


233 


9.3 


21 2 


1 


Aaron V, right. SE 


11-0 


21 


300 


17.4 


33 3 


1 


Lamont Williams, FL 


11-11 


16 


211 


13.2 


19.2 


2 



Tackles 

Eric Johnson. FS 
Anthom Jenkins. DT 



G-GS 

11-11 
11-11 



IT 

82 
41 



AT 

36 
n 



TT 

118 
68 



lnt 

1 




Sacks 

1 
6.5 



TFL 

1 

12 



LAND TERRAPINS FOOTBALL 



77 



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WEST VIRGINIA MOUNTAINEERS 



Game 3 
September 18, 1999 

Byrd Stadium 
.College Park, IMd. 






Bw 8 



$& 



!r 




Mountaineer Field 




a 




Don Nehlen 



Marc Bulger 



^ 





1 999 Schedule 


S4 


Ea.sl Carolina at Charlotte 




Sll 


Miami (Ohio) 






S18 


at Maryland 






S2S 


at Syracuse 






02 


Navy 






016 


Rulgers 






023 


Temple 






030 


at Miami 






N6 


Virginia Tech 






N13 


al Boston College 






N27 


Pittsburgh 








1998 R 


ES LILTS 


S3 


Ohio Slate 


L 


17-34 


S19 


Man land 


W 


42-21) 


S26 


Tulsa 


W 


4-1-21 


03 


al Navj 


w 


43-24 


Oil) 


al Temple 


w 


57 - 


024 


Miami 


1. 


31-34 


031 


at Virginia Tech 


1. 


13-2" 


N7 


Syracuse 


w 


35 28 


\l i 


al Rutgi 


w 


28-1 I 


N21 


Boston i Uegc 


ft 


55 io 


N27 


al Pittsburgh 


w 


32-14 


D2<5 


Missouri 

(liisighi com liimh 


1. 


^1 ii 



General Information 
Location: Morgantown, W.Va. 26303 
Pounded: 1867 

Enrollment: 22.300 
Nickname: Mountaineers 

Colors: Old Gold. Blue 

Stadium: Mountaineer Field (63,300) 

Surface: AstroTurf 

Conference: Big East 

President: David C. Hardest), Jr. 

Athletic Director: Ed Pastilong 

History 

First Year of Football: 1891 

All- Time Bowl Record: 8- 1 2 

Years in Postseason Play: 20 

last Postseason Appearance: 1098 Insighl.com Bowl 

Result: Lost lo Missouri, 34-31 

Ail-Time Record: 585-399-45 

Sports Information 
FootbaUSID: Shelly Poe 

Office: 304-293-2821 

Home 304-599-7259 

E-Mail: spoe@vwi.edu 
Football Assistant: Michael Fragale 

Home: 304-296-2029 

E-Mail: mfragale@wMi.edu 
Assistant SID: Phil Hess 

Home: 304-599-2160 

E-Mail: phess@vAoi.edu 
Fax: 304-2934105 
Press Box Phone: 304-293-3799 
SID Mailing Address: P.O. Box 08""", Morgantown, 

W.Va. 26505 
Overnight Address: 107 Coliseum, Morgantown, W.Va. 

26303 
Website Address: www.MSNsportsnet.com 

Faxback Information 
Faxbach Phone: 201-947-3918 

Release Code: 2.311 
Statistics Code: 2312 
Game Book Code: 2315 
Roster Code: 2314 



Coaching Staff 

Head Coach: Don Nehlen, Bowling Green '58 

Career Record: 19 1 - 1 1 6-8 ( 28 years ) 

At WW: 1 38-81-4(19 years) 

Football Office Phone: 304-293-4194 

Best Time to Reach Coach: Big Easl conference call 

(Monday) 
Weekly Press Conference: Tuesday, 1 p.m. 
Assistant Coaches: Steve Dunlap, DC; Dan Simrell, ( 

Doc Holliday. WR; Bill Kirelawich. DL; Bill Legg, ( 

Dave McMichael, OL; Tony Pierce, DB; Darrell 

Hazell, RB; Donnie Young, RC/01.B. 

Team Information 
1998 Record: 8-4 

1998 Conference Record: 3-2 (2nd) 
1998 Final Rankings: None 
Basic Offense: Multiple I 
Basic Defense: Multiple 
Lettermen Returning/Lost: 36/17 
Starters Returning/Lost: 12/12 

Honors Candidates 

Marc Bulger. QB; Anthony Becht, TE; Khori Ivy, WR: 
thony Green, FB; Barrett Green, LB; Nate Terry, CI 

Offensive Starters Returnin 

Marc Bulger, QB; Anthony Becht. TE; Anthony Green 

Defensive Starters Returnin 

Barrett Green, LB; Chris Edmonds. LB; Kyle Kaden. 
Nate Terry. CB: Scooter Davis, CB; Perlo Bastien, (j 
Gary Thompkins, S; Jerry Porter. S. 

Series History 

Series Record: West Virginia leads 18-16-2 
Series at Maryland: Mankind leads OS 1 
Series at West Virginia: West Virginia leads 10-7-1 
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 1903 (42-37) 
List Mountaineer Win at West Virginia 1998 U2-2 
Current Series Streak West Virginia has won 3 
Maryland's Largest Margin of Victory: 47 (54-7, l l » 
West I iiginia's Largest Margin of\ icton: 3 1 ( 33-24. 19 



R eturn i NG 



Rushing 

Alvin Swoope, RB 

Passing 

Marc Bulger. QB 

Receiving 
Khori Ivy, WR 

\nlliony Becht, TE 

Tackles 

Barretl Green. LB 

Kyle Kayden, LB 



Leaders 



G-GS 

III 

G-GS 

1212 

G-GS 

12-7 
12-12 

G-GS 

12-12 
12-9 



Art 

3-t 

PA 

419 

Rec 

il 
20 

II 

iir 
50 



Yds 

283 

PC 

2"4 

Yds 

63S 
393 

AT 
18 

23 



Avg 



Pet 

.654 

Avg 

16.0 

13.6 

IT 

155 
73 



TD 

3 

yds 

3607 

VPG 

55.0 

33 o 



TO 

31 

TO 

6 

I 



lilt 

10 



hit Sacks 

I 

2 



TFl 

3 
3 



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GEORGIA TECH YELLOW JACKETS 



Game 4 

September 30, 1999 

Bobby Dodd Stadium 

Atlanta, Ga. 






1 999 Schedule 


SI 


.ii Nav) 




Ml 


at Florida State 




SIS 


Central Florida 




S30 


Mankind 




09 


North Carolina 




OK) 


at Duke 




030 


Nt State 




v, 


.a \ irginia 




Ni3 


demson 




N20 


at Wake Forest 




N27 


Georgia 






1998 R 


ESULTS 


Ss 


Boston College 


L 31-41 


SIJ 


New Mexico State 


w 42-7 


S20 


ai North Carolina 


W 43-21 


03 


Duke 


W 41-13 


010 


ai NC State 


W 47-24 


017 


Virginia 


W -41-38 


024 


Florida State 


1. 7-34 


031 


ai Maryland 


W 31-14 


NI2 


at Clemson 


W 24-21 


\:i 


Wake Forest 


w 63-33 


m 


at Georgia 


W 21-19 


ii 


Notre Dame 
(Gator Bowl) 


W 35-28 



General Information 
Location Vtlanta,Ga 50332 
Pounded 1885 
Enrollment 13,000 
Vtchname Vellow Jackets 
Colon Old Gold, White 
Stadium Bobbj Dodd (4(1.01101 
surface Natural Grass 
< onference: Atlantic Coasl 
President: Dr. G. Wayne Clough 
Athletic Director Dave Braine 

H ISTORY 

First Year of Football: 1892 

Hi-Time Bowl Record: 19-8 

Years in Postseason Play. l~ 

Last Postseason Appearance: 1998 Toyota Gator Bowl 

Result Defeated Noire Dame. 35-28 

All-lime Record: 584-397-43 

Sports Information 
FootballSID: Mike Finn 

Office: 104-894-5445 

Home 770.-938-9910 

E-mail affinnd at.gtaa.gatech edu 
[ssistafit SID. Ulison George 

Home §04-874-6450 

E-Mail, ageorge® at.gtaa.gatech.edu 
issistam SID: Mike Stamus 

Hom\ 770-954-1939 

E- Mail: nislanmsfri al gtaa gatcch edu 
Fax: 404-894-1248 

Press Box Phone 404-894-1204, 1205 
SID Hailing Address: 150 Bobby Dodd Wax. N.W.. 

Vtlanta, Ga. 30332-0455 
Overnight Address: Same 
Web Site Address: www.ramblinwreck.coni 

Faxback Information 
Faxback Phone: 336-854-5859 
Release Code: 41050 
Statistics Code: 41052 
Game Book Code: 41053 
Rosier (.ode 41034 



Coaching Staff 
Head Coach George O'Leary, New Hampshire 68 
Career Record 2s 2 1 (1 years) 
At Georgia Tech 28 21 (4 years) 
Football Office Phone W4 894 A !0 
Best Time to Reach Coach Wed 1 1 2 JO), Huns (11-2) 
Weekly Press Conference luesday, 1 1 :30 a in 
issistant Coaches Damn Crossman, ST/DE; Ralph 
Friedgeh, QB/OC; Paul Ferraro, DB; Stan Hixon, « R 
Doug Marrone.OL; Bill O'Brien, RB/RC; redRool 
DC/I.B. Dave Sollazzo, 1)1.: Eddie Wilson, T£. 

Team Information 
I'I'IK Record: 10-2 

1998 Conference Record. 1 I (T-lst) 
1998 Final Rankings 9lh (AP). I I1I1 (ESPN/I SA Today) 
ftw/V Offense Multiple 
fty.svr Defense Multiple 
Lettermen Returning/Lost: 5&/2 1 
Starters Returning/Los/: 15/0 

Honors Candidates 

Joe Hamilton. QB: Dez White. SE: Jon Carman. 01 
Travares Tillman. FS; Chris Brown. OT; elms 
Edwards, LB; Brent Key, OG. 

Offensive Starters Returning 

Chris Brown. OT;Joe Burns. KB; Jon Carman, 01: Joe 
Hamilton, QB: Brent Key, OG; Noah King. OG; 
Russell Matvav. TE; Ed Wilder. FB; Dez White. SE. 

Defensive Starters Returning 
Jamara Clark, CB; Chris Edwards. LB; Guenter Kryszon, DT: 

Man Miller. LB; Travares Tillman. FS; Merra Watson. DT 

Series History 
Series Record: Georgia Tech leads 8-3 
Series al Mankind: Mankind leads 3-2 
Series al Georgia Tech Georgia lech leads 3-0 
Seutral: Georgia Tech leads 1-0 
First Meeting, loss. Man, land 13-9 
Last Terrapin Win al Mankind 1 000 (13-10) 
Last Terrapin II in at Georgia Tech. None 
Last Yellow Jacket Win al Mankind 1998 (31-14) 
last Yellow Jacket Win at Georgia Tech: 1997 (37-18) 
Current Series Streak: Georgia Tech has won 2 
Maryland's Largest Margin of Victory: 35 (42-". 1000 
Ceoigia Tech's Lngesl Maigm of \iclon 38(38-0, 1993) 




Returning Statistical Leaders 



Rushing 


G-GS 


Att 


Yds 


Avg 


TO 






Joe Bums. RB 


1 1 


OS 


4~4 


IS 


5 






Phillip Rogers. RB 


11 


117 


406 


4.0 


j 






Passing 


G-GS 


PA 


PC 


Pet 


Yds 


TO 


Int 


Joe Hamilton. QB 


II 


230 


145 


560 


2100 


17 


8 


Receiving 


G-GS 


Rec 


Yds 


Ave 


YPG 


TO 




Dez White, SE 


11 


40 


973 


21.2 


88.4 







Joe Burns. RB 


11 


li 


04 


- i 


8.5 







Tackles 


G-GS 


IT 


AT 


TT 


Int 


Sacks 


TFL 


Travares Tillman. FS 


11 


59 


1\ 


82 


1 


1 


2 


M.itt Miller. I.B 


10 


42 


1^ 


03 








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79 



WAKE FOREST DEMON DEACONS 



I 



Game 5 

October 9, 1 999 

Groves Stadium 

Winston-Salem, 

N.C. 






1 999 Schedule 


Sll 


at Amiv 




S18 


at Virginia 




S25 


NC State 




02 


Rutgers 




09 


Maryland 




016 


at Florida State 




023 


UAB 




030 


Clemson 




N6 


at North Carolina 




N13 


at Duke 




N20 


Georgia Tech 






1998 R 


ESULXS 


Si 


at Air Force 


1. 0-42 


S10 


Navy 


W 26-14 


S26 


at Clemson 


W 29-19 


03 


Appalachian state 


1. 27-30 (ot) 


Oil) 


Duke 


1. [6-19 


017 


at Maryland 


W 20-10 


024 


North Carolina 


l. 31-38 


031 


Virginia 


l. 17-38 


N7 


at NC Slate 


l. 2"-38 


\n 


Florida State 


L 7-24 


N21 


at Georgia Tech 


i. 35-63 



General Information 

Location: Winston-Salem, N.C. 27109 
Founded: 1834 
Enrollment: 3.836 
Nickname: Demon Deacons 
Colors: Old Gold, Black 
Stadium: Groves (31,500) 
Surface: Natural Grass 
Conference: Atlantic Coast 
/'resii/ent: Dr. Thomas Meant, Jr. 
. Uhletic Director: Ron Wellman 

History 

First Year of Football: 1888 

Mi-Time Bowl Record: 1-1 

Years in Postseason Play: 4 

Last Postseason Appearance: 1992 Independence 

Bowl 
Result: Defeated Oregon, 39-35 
All -Time Record: 341-528-33 

Sports Information 

Football SID: John Justus 

Office: 336-758-5640 

Home: 336-722-1094 

E-Mail: justusjj@wfu.edu 
Assistant SID: Jen Hoover 

Home: 336-774-0737 

E-Mail: hooverjj@wfti.edu 
Press Box Phone: 336-759-9969 
SID Mailing Address: P.O. Box 7426, Winston-Salem, 

N.C. 27109 
Overnight Address: Room 203 Athletics Center, 
Wingate Rd., Wake Forest Univ., Winston-Salem, N.C. 



Coaching Staff 

Head Coach: Jim Caldwell, Iowa '7' 

Career Record: 17-49 (6 years) 

At Wake Forest: 17-49 (6 years) 

Football Office Phone: 336-758-563 1 

Best Time to Reach Coach: Contact SID 

Weekly Press Conference: Tuesday. 12:20 p.m. 

Assistant Coaches: Jamie Barresi, Passing Game 
Coordinator/QB; James Bell, DC/DB; George Belu 
Running Game Coordinator/OL; Gerald Carr, WR: 
Mel Foels, ILB; Bobby Kennedy, RB; Theo Lemon 
DL; Diron Reynolds, 0LB; Ray Rychleski, TE. 

Team Information 

1998 Record: 3-8 

1998 Conference Record: 2-6 (T-6th) 

J 998 Final Rankings: None 

Basic Offense: Multiple 

Basic Defense: Multiple 

Lettermen Returning/Lost: 50-14 

Starters Returning/Lost: 15/9 

Honors Candidates 

Reggie Austin. DB: Matthew Burdick, PK; Jammie Det 
WR; Morgan Kane, RB; Dustin Lyman, LB; DaLa 
Parrish, DB; Fred Robbins. DT; Sam Settar, OG. 

Offensive Starters Returnini 

Michael Collins, OT; Marlon Curtis, C; Jammie Deese, \| 

Morgan Kane. RB; Sam Settar, OG: Brian Wolverton, ( 

Defensive Starters Returnini 

Reggie Austin, DB; Abdul Guice, LB; Kelvin Jones, DT 

Dustin Lvman. LB; Dal.awn Parrish. DB; Mat Petz. 



27109 


DE; Bryan Rav, DE; Fred Robbins, DT. 


Web Site Address: www.wakeforestsports.com 






Series History 


Faxback Information 


Series Record: Maryland leads 33- 1 3- 1 


Faxback Phone: 336-854-5859 


Series at Maryland: Mankind leads 16-7-0 


Release Code: 91050 


Series at Wake Forest: Mankind leads 17-6-1 


Statistics Code: 91052 


First Meeting: 19P, Maryland, 29-1.3 


Game Book Code: 91053 


Last Terrapin Win at Maryland: 1990 (52-0) 


Roster Code: 91054 


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




Last Deacon Win at Maryland: 1998 (20-10) 




Last Deacon Win at Wake Forest: 1997 (35-17) 




Current Series Streak: Wake Forest has won 2 




Maryland's Largest Margin of Victory: 52 (52-0, w\ 




Wake Forest 's Largest Margin of\ 'ictory: 39 ( 39-0, 1 9 - 



Return i ng 



Rushing 

Morgan Kane, RB 
Kito Gary, RB 

Passing 

Ben Sankey, QB 

Receiving 
Jammie Deese. WR 
Marvin Chalmers. WR 

Tackles 

Dal awn Parrish. DB 
\hilul Guice. LB 



g-gs 
10-6 

11-5 

G-GS 

5-0 

G-GS 

II II 
11-3 

G-GS 

MM 
I II I 



Att 

128 

75 

PA 

58 

Rec 

68 
31 

UT 

50 



Yds 

454 

194 

PC 

38 

Yds 

820 

438 

AT 
16 



Avg 
3.5 
2.6 

Pet 
.655 

Avg 
12.1 

1 1 1 

IT 



Leaders 



TD 

2 

3 

Yds 
468 

YPG 

75.1 

308 

Int 



ID 



Int 



TO 

3 

2 

Sacks 

I 



ITT. 

Ill 



1999 MARYLAND TERRAPINS FOOTBALL 




CLEMSON TIGERS 



Game 6 
October 1 6, 1 999 
Byrd Stadium 
Iollege Park, Md. 




aliiaP 



^Mmm& 



Clemson Memorial Sudan 




Toiium Bow den Brandon Streeter 



** I 



if* 

** 





1 999 Schedule 


S4 


Marshall 




Sll 


Virginia 




S23 


.it Virginia Tech 




02 


North Carolina 




09 


at NC Stale 




016 


at Maryland 




023 


Florida Stale 




030 


Wake Forest 




N6 


Duke 




N13 


at Georgia Tech 




N20 


at South Carolina 






1998 R 


ES LILTS 


S5 


Furman 


w 33-0 


S12 


Virginia Tech 


l. 0-37 


S19 


at Virginia 


L 18-20 


Sid 


Wake Forest 


l. 19-29 


03 


at North Carolina 


1. 14-21 


OKI 


Maryland 


\Y 23-0 


017 


at Florida State 


L 0-48 


024 


at Duke 


L 23-28 


031 


NC State 


I. 39-46 


N12 


Georgia Tech 


I. 21-24 


N21 


South Carolina 


W 28- 19 



General Information 
Location: Clemson, S.C. 29633-0031 
ton ntlctl 1889 
Enrollment 16,397 
Vickname: liters 

Colors: Burnt Orange, Northwesi Purple 
Stadium: Clemson Memorial (81,473) 
Surface Natural Grass 
Conference, Atlantic Coast 
President Dr. Deno Curris 
Athletic Director Bohh\ Robinson 

History 
First Year of Football: 18% 
All-Time Bowl Record: 12-10 
Years in Postseason Play: 11 
Last Postseason Appearance: 1998 Peach Bowl 
Result: Lost to Auburn, 21-17 
All- Time Record: 556-384-43 

Sports Information 

Football SID: Tim Bourret 

Office: 864-656-2114 

Home: 864-888-3490 

E-Mail: btimoth@clemson.edu 
Assistant SID: Sam Blackman 

Home: S(h-()39-4400 

E-Mail: hlackmj@clemson.edu 
Assistant SID: Bret Sowell 

Home: S(w-654-4638 

E-Mail: brets@clemson.edu 
Fax: 864-656-0299 
Press Box Phone: 864-654-3326 
SID Mailing Address: P.O. Box 632, Clemson, S.C. 29634 
Overnight Address: 100 Perimeter Road, 

Clemson, S.C. 29634 
Web Site Address: www.clemsontigers.com 

Faxback Information 

Faxback Phone: 336-854-5859 
Release Code. 11050 
Statistics Code: 11052 
Game Book Code: 1 105 1 
Roster Code: 11054 



Coaching Staff 

Head Coach lonum Bowden, West Virginia 7' 

Career Record. 18-4 (2 \ears) 

1/ Clemson First season 

Football Office Phone: 864-656 r<n, 

Best time lo Reach Coach Tuesday, I I ,i in 

Weekly Press Conference Tuesday, n am. 

Assistant Coaches Rnh Rodriguez, VHC/OC/QB; Brad 

Scott. AHC/TE; Rick Slockslill, \\ K; Burton Burns. RB. 

Ron West. 01,. Reggie Herring, DC/ll.B. Thielen Smith. 

1)1.; Rodney \llison, DE; Jack Hines, DP. 

Team Information 
1998 Record 3-8 

1998 Conference Record: \-~! (T-Kth) 

1998 Final Rankings None 

Basic Offense: Multiple 

Basic Defense: 4-3 

lettermen Returning/Lost: 41-22 

Starters Returning/Lost: 11/13 

Honors Candidates 

Robert Carswell, FS; DoMarco Fox, FN; Brian Uofford. \\ R 

Offensive Starters Returning 

Brandon Streeter, QB; Travis Zachen. RB; Tern 
Witherspoon, FB; Brian Wofford, WR: Mai Lawyer, W R 

Defensive Starters Returning 

Gary Childress. DT; Terry Bryant. DE; Harold Means. LB. 
Robert Carswell, FS; DoMarco Fox. FS; Alex Ardley, CB. 

Series History 

Series Record. Clemson leads 25-20-2 

Series at Maryland: Clemson leads 10-9-1 

Series at Clemson: Clemson leads 14-10-0 

Neutral Tied I - 1 - 1 

First Meeting: 1952. Maryland, 28-0 

Last Terrapin Win at Mankind: 1992 (53-23) 

Last Terrapin Win at Clemson 1985 (34-31) 

Last Tiger Win at Maryland: 199" (20-9) 

Last Tiger Win at Clemson 1998 (23-0) 

Current Series Streak Clemson has won 6 

Maryland's Largest Margin of Victory: 4l 14I-0. 19"4) 

Clemson s Largest Margin of Victor}-: 33 (40-7, 1991 ) 






R ETURNI NG 



Rushing 

Travis Zachen. RB 

Passing 

Brandon Streeter. QB 



Leaders 



G-GS 

11-11 

G-GS 

11-10 



Att 

158 

PA 

19.7 



Yds 
635 

PC 

150 



Avg 

4.0 

Pet 



TD 

4 

Yds 

1948 




s£ TXfi-Tr 



Receiving 


G-GS 


Rec 


Yds 


Avg 


YPG 


Brian Wofford. \\ R 


11-8 


35 


535 


15-3 


486 


Mai Lawyer, WR 


11-11 


31 


464 


15.0 


42.2 


Tackles 


G-GS 


IT 


AT 


TT 


Int 


Robert Carswell, FS 


11-11 


56 


46 


102 





Harold Means. LB 


11" 


38 


56 


94 






TD 
13 

TD 

5 
3 

Sacks 


3 



TFL 

4 
8 




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81 



NORTH CAROLINA TAR HEELS 



Game 7 
October 23, 1999 

Byrd Stadium 
.College Park, Md. 






1999 Schedule 


S4 


Virginia 




Sll 


at Indiana 




S25 


Florida State 




02 


at Clemson 




09 


at Georgia Tech 




016 


Houston 




023 


at Maryland 




030 


Furman 




N6 


Wake Forest 




Nil 


vs. NC State 




N20 


Duke 






1998 Results 


S5 


Miami (0.) L 


10-13 


SI 9 


at Stanford I. 


34-37 


S26 


Georgia Tech 1. 


21-43 


03 


Clemson W 


21-14 


010 


Pittsburgh W 


29-10 


024 


Wake Forest W 


38-31 


03) 


at Florida State 1. 


13-39 


,N7 


Maryland W 


24-13 


N14 


at Virginia I. 


13-30 


N21 


at Duke W 


28-6 


N28 


NC Slate W 


37-34 (ot) 


1)19 


San Diego State W 
(Las Vegas Bowl) 


20-13 



General Information 

location: Chapel Hill. N.C. 27515 
Founded: 1789 
Enrollment: 24,463 
Nickname: Tar Heels 
Colors: Carolina Blue, White 
Stadium: Kenan Memorial (60,000) 
Surface: Natural Grass 
Conference: Atlantic Coast 
Chancellor: TBA 
Athletic Director: Dick Baddour 

History 

First Year of Football: 1888 

Ail-Time Bowl Record: 11-12 

Years in Postseason Play: 23 

Last Postseason Appearance: 1998 Las Vegas Bowl 

Result: Defeated San Diego State, 20-13 

Ail-Time Record: 591-412-54 

Sports Information 

Football SID: Steve Kirschner 

Office: 919-962-7258 

Home: 919-484-0664 

E-Mail: skirschner@uncaa.unc.edu 
Assistant SID: David Tinson 

Office: 919-962-0084 

Home: 919-968-1386 

E-Mail: dtinson@uncaa.unc.edu 
Fax: 919-962-0612 
Press Box Phone: 919-962-2123 
SID Mailing Address: P.O. Box 2126, Chapel Hill, N.C 

27515 
Overnight Address: 2nd Floor, Dean Smith Center, 
Skipper Bowles Drive, Chapel Hill, N.C. 27515 
Web Site Address: www.tarheelblue.com 

Faxback Information 

Faxback Phone: 336-854-5859 
Release Code: 61050 
Statistics Code: 61052 
Game Book Code: 61053 
Roster Code: 61054 



Coaching Staff 

Head Coach: Carl Torbush, Carson-Newman 74 

Career Record: 11-13 (2 years) 

At North Carolina: 8-5 (1 year) 

Football Office Phone: 919-966-2575 

Best Time to Reach Coach: Contact SID 

Weekly Press Conference: Tuesday, noon 

Assistant Coaches: Ken Browning, DT; Ron Case, DB; f 

Hoflier, QB/Passing Game Coordinator; Terry Lewis, 1 

Ken Mack, RB; Steve Marshall, 0C/0L; Darrell Moo 

WR; Ken Rucker, LB/ST; Donnie Thompson, AHC/DI 

Team Information 

1998 Record: 7-5 

1998 Conference Record: 5-3 (T-4th) 
1998 Final Rankings: None 
Basic Offense: Multiple Pro Set 
Basic Defense: Multiple 4-3 
Lettermen Returning/Lost: 48/16 
Starters Returning/Lost: 13/1 1 




Honors Candidates 

Alge Crumpler, TE: Ronald Curry, QB; Deon Dyer, FB. 
Bryan Jones, 0G; Jason Peace, WR; Josh McGee, P 
Brian Schmitz, P/PK; Sherrod Peace. DT; Sedrick 
Hodge, LB; Brandon Spoon, LB. 

Offensive Starters Returning 

Bryan Jones, OG; James Wagstaff, OG; Cam Holland/ 
Ryan Carfley, C; Kareem Ellis, OT; Alge Crumpler, l|] 
Deon Dyer, FB; Rufus Brown, TB. 

Defensive Starters Returning 

Sherrod Peace, DT; Sedrick Hodge, LB; Brandon 
Spoon, LB; Antwon Black, S. 

Series History 

Series Record: North Carolina leads .34-26- 1 
Series at Maryland: Maryland leads 14-11-0 
Series at UNC: North Carolina leads 18-11-1 
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 (4 1-38 1 
Last Tar Heel Win at Maryland: 199" (4O-I4) 
Last Tar Heel Win at North Carolina 1 99S (24-13) 
Current Series Streak: North Carolina has won 3 
Maryland's largest Margin of Victor): 38 (38-0, 198 ( 
WC's Largest Margin of Victory: 4.3 (43-0, 1929) 



Returning Statistical Leaders 



Rushing 

Rufus Brown. TB 
Ronald Curry, QB 

Passing 

Ronald Curry QB 

Receiving 

Korj Bailey. \VK 

Tackles 

Brandon Spoon. LB 
Sedrick Hodge, LB 



G-GS 
1 1-8 
11-4 

G-GS 

III 

G-GS 

11-2 

G-GS 

I I II 
I I II 



Att 

133 
80 

PA 

147 

Rec 

38 

IT 

78 

so 



Yds 

534 

419 

PC 

66 

Yds 

363 

AT 

Oil 
39 



Avg 

4.0 

5.2 

Pet 

.449 

Avg 

9.6 

TT 

138 
89 



TT) 

3 



Yds 
975 

YPG 

33.0 

lot 

11 

1 



II) 

6 

ID 



Sacks 

5 

3.5 



lot 



ITT. 

s 
II 






TERRAPINS FOOTB 






DUKE BLUE DEVILS 



Game 8 
October 30, 1 999 

Byrd Stadium 
College Park, Md. 




Carl Franks 



Chris Combs 






1 999 Schedule 


Sll 


:it East Carolina 






SIS 


Northwestern 






SN 


Vanderbilt 






02 


vs. Florida State (Jacksonville) 


09 


at Virginia 






Old 


Georgia Tech 






023 


NC Slate 






030 


at Maryland 






NO 


at Clemson 






N13 


Vi ake Forest 






ICO 


at North Carolina 








1998 R 


ESULTS 


ss 


Western Carolina 


W 


24-10 


S12 


at Northwestern 


\Y 


44-10 


S19 


at Florida State 


L 


13-62 


Sid 


Virginia 


L 


0-24 


03 


at Georgia Tech 


L 


13-41 


010 


at Wake Forest 


\Y 


10-Ki 


or 


at NC Slate 


L 


24-2" 


024 


Clemson 


W 


S-23 


031 


at Vanderbilt 


L 


53-36 (2 ot) 


Nl4 


Mankind 


L 


25-42 


N2I 


North Carolina 


L 


6-28 



General Information 
Location: Durham, N.C 27708 
Pounded 1838 
Enrollment: o,2"2 

Mckname Blue Devils 
Colors: Royal Blue White 
Stadium Wallace Vvadc (55.0 tl) 
Surface: Natural Crass 
Conference: Atlantic Coast 
/'resident l)r Nan 0. Keohane 
Athletic Director JoeAlleva 

History 

First Year of Football: 1888 

All- Time Hotel Record: 3-5 

Years in Postseason Play: 8 

Last Postseason Appearance: 1994 Hall of Fame Bowl 

Result: Lost to Wisconsin, 34-20 

. 1//- lime Record 431-360-31 

Sports Information 

Football SID: Mike Cragg 

Office: 919-684-2633 

Home. 910-405-5328 

E-Mail: mcragg@duke.edu 
Assistant SID: Joanna Sparkman 

Home 019-361-5495 

E-Mail: spark@duke.edu 
Press Box Phone: 19-684-2633 
Fax Phone: 919-684-2489 
SID Mailing Address: P.O. Box 9055". 

Durham, N.C. 27708 
Overnight Address: 115 Cameron Indoor Stadium, 

Durham, N.C. 27708 
Web Site Address: (ioDuke.com 

Faxback Information 
Faxback Phone: 336-854-5859 
Release Code: 21050 
Statistics Code: 21052 
Game Book Code: 21053 
Roster Code: 21054 



Coaching Staff 

Head Coach Carl Franks, Duke 83 

Career Record First year 

At Duke: lirst year 

Football Office Phone 919-684-2635 

Best lime to Reach Coach Monday morning 

Weekly Press Conference Monday, noun 

Assistant Coaches Ben Bennett, QB; Scott Brown. 1)1. . 
Fred Chatham. RB;Joe D'AIessandris, 0L;Joe 
Del-ores!. OI.IVST; Joe Del.amielleure, II.. \uhre\ 
Hill. \\R; Brad Sherrod, MB: Boh troll. DC/DB. 

Team Information 
1<J98 Record: 4-7 

1998 Conference Record: 2-6 (T-6lh) 
1998 I inid Rankings: None 
Basic offense: Multiple 
Basic Defense: Multiple 
Lettermen Returning/Lost: 4~/2 1 
Starters Returning/Lost: 18/4 

Honors Candidates 

Chris Combs, DT; Sims l.enhardt. PK; Scottie Montgom- 
ery, S£; Richmond Flowers, FL. 

Offensive Starters Returning 

Troy Andrew. C; Terrence Dupree, TE; Richmond 
Flowers. ft; B.J. Hill, TB; Shawn Lynch, RG: Scottie 
Montgomery, SK: Spencer Romine, QB; Austin 
Smithwick. RT; Wes White, LT. 

Defensive Starters Returning 

Chris Combs. DE; Gannon Shepherd. DE: Todd 
DeLamielleure. ILB; Ryan Stallmeyer. II.B: Kevin 
Lewis. OLB; Lamar Grant. CB; Darius (Jark. SS: Eric 
Jones. FS; Ronnie Hamilton. CB. 

Series History 
Series Record: Maryland leads 25-17-0 
Series at Maryland Mankind leads 11-4-0 
Series at Duke: Maryland leads 12-9-0 
Neutral: Duke leads 4-2-0 
First Meeting: 1932, Duke, 34-0 
Last Terrapin Win at Maryland: 199" (16-10) 
Last Terrapin Win at Duke: 1998 (42-25) 
Last Blue Deri/ Win at Maryland: 1 90 1 (17-13) 
Last Blue Devil Win at Duke 1 004 ( 49- 1 6 ) 
Current Series Streak Mankind has won 4 
Maryland's Largest Margin ofVictory: 43 (56-13. 1974) 
Duke's Largest Margin of Victory 50 (50-0, IO4I 1 



Returning 



Rushing 

E.J. Hill. TB 

Passing 

Bobby Campbell. QB 

Receiving 

Scottie Montgomery, SE 

Tackles 

Ryan Stallmever. ILB 



G-GS 
11-10 

G-GS 

11-4 

G-GS 

11-11 

G-GS 

11-11 



Art 

192 

PA 

206 

Rec 

00 

IT 

45 



Yds 

"08 

PC 

101 

Yds 

"93 

AT 
40 



Avg 

4.2 

Pet 

401 1 

Avg 
13.2 

TT 

85 



Leaders 



TD 

2 

Yds 

1100 

YPG 

"2.1 



TD 

6 

TD 

3 



Int Sacks 

3 



TFL 

9.5 



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NC STATE WOLFPACK 



Game 9 
November 6, 1 999 

Carter-Finley 

Stadium 
Raleigh, N.C. 






1 999 Schedule 


A28 


at Texas (BCA Classic) 


S4 


South Carolina 




Sll 


William & Man 




S18 


at Florida State 




S25 


at Wake Forest 




09 


Clemson 




016 


Virginia 




023 


at Duke 




030 


at Georgia Tech 




N6 


Maryland 




Nil 


North Carolina 




N20 


at East Carolina 






1998 R 


ESULTS 


S3 


Ohio 


Vi 34-31 


S12 


Florida Slate 


w 24-7 


SI9 


at Baylor 


L 30-33 


01 


Syracuse 


\v 38-17 


010 


Georgia Tech 


l. it-r 


or 


Duke 


w 27-24 


02 I 


at Virginia 


l. 13-23 


031 


at Clemson 


w kj-39 


\- 


Wake Foresi 


w 58-27 


\21 


at Maryland 


w 35-21 


\2K 


North Can, 


l. 34-37 


D29 


Miami (Mia. "O 


1. 23-46 



General Information 

Location: Raleigh. N.C. 27695 
Founded: 188" 7 
Enrollment: 27,169 
Nickname: Wolfpack 
Colors: Red, White 
Stadium: Carter-Finley (51.500) 
Surface: Natural Grass 
Conference: Atlantic Coast 
Chancellor: Dr. Mane .Anne Fox 
Athletic Director: Les Robinson 

History 

First Year of Football: 1892 

All-Time Bowl Record: 8-9-1 

Years in Postseason Play: 19 

Last Postseason Appearance: 1998 Micron PC Bowl 

Result: Lost to Miami. 46-23 

All -Time Record: 463-462-55 

Sports Information 

Football SID: Annabelle Vaughan 
Office: 919-515-1181 

Home: 919-788-0939 

E-Mail: annabelle_yaughan@ncsu.edu 
Assistant SID: Pam Monk 

Home: 919-859-1412 

E-Mail: pam_monk@ncsu.edu 
Assistant SID: Jason Simon 

Home: 919-7,5-6220 

E-Mail: jason_simon@ncsii.edu 
Assistant SID: Bruce Winkworth 

Home: 919-829-0136 

E-Mail: bruce_wink\yorth@ncsu.edu 
few 919-515-2898 
Press Box Phone: 919-5 1 5-3393 
SID Mailing Address: P.O. Box 8501. Raleigh. N.C. 

27695 
Overnight Address: Room 113. Reynolds Coliseum, 

CatesAve., Raleigh. N.C. 27695 
Web Site Address: www.ncsu.edu 

Faxback Information 
Faxback Phone: 336-854-5859 
Release Code: "1050 
Statistics Code: 71052 

Game Book Code: "1055 
Roster Code: 71054 



R ETURNING 



Rushing 

Ray Robinson, TB 
Rahshon Spikes. TB 

Passing 

Jamie Barnette, QB 

Receiving 

Chris Coleman, WR 
Ryan llamrick. VVR 

Tackles 

Clayton White, WLB 

Edrick Smith, MLB 



G-GS 

11-5 

7-6 

G-GS 

I I I I 

G-GS 

II II 
11-2 

G-GS 

II II 
IIS 



Art 

154 
99 

PA 

377 

Rec 

52 

16 

UT 

56 



Coaching Staff 

Head Coach: Mike 0'Cain. Clemson '77 

Career Record: 35-34 (6 years) 

AtNCSU: 35-34 (6 years) 

Football Office Phone: 919-512-2114 

Best Time to Reach Coach: Contact SID 

Weekly Press Conference: Monday, 2 p.m. 

Assistant Coaches: Kent Briggs. Co-DC/DB; Rolls 
Caldwell. AHC/OL; Charlie Fisher, WR; Jimmy Kiser. 
QB; Joe Pate, LB; Kenny Phillips, DT; Brette Simmi 
TE; Jeff Snipes, Co-DC/DE; Don Treadwell, RB. 

Team Information 
1998 Record: 7-5 

1998 Conference Record: 5-3 (4th) 

1998 Final Rankings: None 

Basic Offense: Multiple 

Basic Defense: 4-3 

Lettermen Returning/Lost: 40/19 

Starters Returning/Lost: 1 5/9 

Honors Candidates 

Jamie Barnette, QB; Chris Coleman, WR; Lloyd 
Harrison. CB; Ray Robinson. RB; Tony Scott, CB: 
Edrick Smith, MLB; Rahshon Spikes. RB; Clayton 
White. OLB. 

Offensive Starters Returnin 

Jamie Barnette, QB: Todd Boyle, OT; Chris Coleman. 
WR; Ryan Knudson, OG: Alex Rice, OG; Alex SanK 
OG; Rahshon Spikes. TB. 

Defensive Starters Returnin 
Darius Bryant, DT; Levar Fisher. OLB; Lloyd Harrison 
CB: Tom Scott, CB; Edrick Smith, MLB; Rashad j 
Streets, DT; Clayton White, OLB: Scott Earwood. 11 

Series History 

Series Record: NC State leads 26-24-4 
Series at Mankind: Mankind leads 12-11-2 
Series at NC State: NC State leads 13-12-1 
Neutral: NC State leads 2-0-1 
First Meeting: 191", NC State. 10-6 
last Terrapin Win at Maryland: 1990 (13-12) 
last Terrapin Win at XC Stale: 1995 (30-13) 
last Wolfpack Win at Maryland: 1998 (35-21) 
last Wolfpack Win at NC State: 1997 (45-28) 



Leaders 



Yds 

822 
381 

PC 

193 

Yds 

876 

VI 

45 

44 



Avg 

5.3 
3.8 

Pet 

.512 

A\g 
16.8 
20.2 

IT 

101 



TO 
10 



Yds 
3169 

YPG 
79.6 
40.4 

bit 



TO 

is 

TO 

5 
I 

Sacks 



Int 

II 



TFI. 
8 



84 



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FLORIDA STATE SEMI NOLES 



Game lO 

November 13, 1999 

Doak S. Campbell 

Stadium 

"allahassee, Fla. 






1999 Sc 


HEDULE 


128 


Louisiana Tech 






sn 


Georgia Tech 






SIN 


NC State 






S25 


.i! North Carolina 






02 


w Duke (Jacksonville) 




09 


Miami 






016 


Wake Forest 






023 


al clemson 






030 


at Virginia 






013 


Maryland 






K20 


at Florida 








1998 R 


ES LILTS 


\31 


Texas A&M 


\Y 


23-14 


S12 


NC State 


I. 


"-24 


sao 


Duke 


W 


62-13 


S26 


DSC 


W 


30-10 


03 


at Man land 


w 


24-10 


oio 


at Miami 


w 


26-14 


or 


Clemson 


w 


48-0 


024 


at Georgia Tech 


w 


34-7 


031 


Ninth Carolina 


w 


39- 1 3 


V 


Virginia 


w 


|6-14 


Nli 


at Wake Forest 


w 


24-" 


\2I 


Florida 


w 


23-13 


J4 


Tennessee 
(Fiesta Bowl) 


L 


lti-23 



General Information 
Location rallahassee, Fla. 32316 
Pounded in^" 
Enrollment: 50,519 
Symbol: Seminoles 
Colon Garnet, Gold 
Stadium DoakS Campbell (80,000) 
Surface Natural Grass 
< onference Atlantic Coast 
President. Talbot "Sandy" D'Alemberte 
Athletic Director: Dave Hart, Jr. 

H ISTORY 

First Year of Football: 1947 

All-Time Bowl Record P-9-2 

Years in Postseason Play: 28 

last Postseason Appearance: 1998 Fiesta Bowl 

Result Lost to Tennessee, 23-16 

All-Time Record 368-189-17 

Sports Information 
Football SID: Rob Wilson 
Office: 850-644-1403 
Home: 850-894-i801 

I Mail: rlwilsonG? niailer.fsu.edu 
. \ssi slant SID: Chris Walker 

Home: 850-402-0921 

E-Mail: cwalker@mailer.fsu.edu 
Assistant SID: Tina Thomas 

Home: 850-514-3351 

E- Mail: tthoma.s@mailer.fsu.edu 
Fax dumber: 850-644-3820 
Press Box Phone: 850-644-405" 
SID Mailing Address: P.O. Box 2195 Tallahassee, Fla. 

32316 
Overnight Address: Moore Athletic Center, Pensacola 

Street. Stadium Drive. Tallahassee. Fla. 32306 
Web Site Address, www.seminoles.com 

Faxback Information 
Faxback Phone: 336-854-5859 
Release Code: 31050 
Statistics Code: 31052 
Game Book Code: 31053 
Hosier Code: 31054 



Return ing 



Coaching Staff 
Head Coach Bobbj Bowden. Satulord '53 

Career Record 292 85 i(31 years) 
mi si 2i'i Si i (23 years) 
Football Office Phone 850-655 1 165 
Best Time to Reach Coach lla.m ip.m Mon triurs 
lice/'/) Press Conference \fter practice each day 
Issistant Coaches Chuck \mato, UHC/LB; Mickey 
Andrews, DC/DB;Jefl Bowden, WR;Jim Gladden, 
DE;0dell Haggins, DT; |immj Heggins,OL;John 
Lilly, RC/TE; Mark Kit ht. OC/QB; Billy Sexton. RB. 

Team Information 
I'm Record 11-2 

1998 Conference Record "l (T-lst) 
1998 Pinal Rankings: 3rd (AP). 5rd (ESPN/I SA Today I 
Basic Offense: Pro Style I 
Basic Defense 4-3 
Lettermen Retuming/Lost:5S/\ 4 
Starters Returning/Lost: 18/6 

Honors Candidates 

Peter Warrick. WR; Corey Simon, DT, Jason Whitaker. si, 

Sehastian Janikowski. I'k. Mario Edwards, CB; Travis 

Minor. RB: Ross Brannon. ST; Jern Johnson, DT; Tay 

Cody, CB; Ron Dugans, W R: Chris Weinke. QB 

Offensive Starters Returning 
Ross Brannon, ST Jerry Cannichael. TG; Ron Dngans. WR. 
Travis Minor. RB: Eric Thomas, C; Tarlos Thomas. IT Pe 
ter Warrick WR: Chris \\ einke, QB; Jason Whitaker, St , 

Defensive Starters Returning 
TayCody. CB: Mario Edwards. CB; Derrick Gibson. RV 
Jern Johnson. DT: Tommy Policy. LB: Roland 
Seymour. DE: Corey Simon. DT 

Series History 

Series Record Florida State leads 9-0-0 
Series at Maryland: Florida State leads 4-011 
Series at Florida State: Florida State leads 4-0-0 
Neutral: Florida State leads 1-0-0 
First Meeting 1966, Honda State. 4v21 
last Terrapin Win at Maryland None 
Last terrapin It in at Florida Slate None 
Last Seminole Win at Maryland: 1998(24-10) 
Last Seminole Win al Florida Slate 1997 (St)-") 
Current Series Streak: Florida State has won 9 
Florida States Largest Margin of Victor) 48(69-21, 1992) 



Leaders 




Rushing 

Travis Minor. RB 
leffChanev. RB 



Passing 

Chris Weinke. QB 

Receiv ing 

Peter \\ arrtck WF; 
Ron Dugans, WR 

Tackles 

Corey Simon. DT 
Jern Johnson. DT 



G-GS 


Art 


Yds 


Avg 


TD 






10-9 


192 


857 


4 5 


- 






12-3 


120 


573 


4.8 


5 






G-GS 


PA 


PC 


Ptt 


Yds 


TD 


Int 


10-10 


286 


145 


.507 


24S" 


19 


(1 


G-GS 


Rec 


Yds 


tog 


YTG 


TD 




12-12 


dl 


1232 


20.2 


102.7 


12 




12-12 


38 


616 


162 


51 3 


3 




G-GS 


IT 


AT 


TT 


Int 


Sacks 


TFL 


12-7 


37 


28 


65 





5 


16 


11-11 


36 


2d 


t-2 





3 


10 



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VIRGINIA CAVALIERS 



Game 1 1 
November 20, 1999 

Byrd Stadium 
.College Park, Md. 






1999 Schedule 


S4 


hi North Carolina 






Sll 


at Clemson 






S18 


Wake Forest 






S25 


at Brigham Young 






02 


Virginia Tech 






09 


Duke 






016 


at NC State 






030 


Florida Suite 






N6 


Georgia Tech 






N13 


Buffalo 






N20 


at Maryland 








1998 R 


ESULTS 


S3 


at Auburn 


W 


19-0 


SI 2 


Maryland 


w 


31-19 


SI9 


Clemson 


w 


20- IS 


S26 


at Duke 


w 


24-0 


03 


San Jose Stale 


w 


52-14 


017 


at Georgia Tech 


I. 


38-41 


024 


NC Stale 


w 


23-13 


031 


at Wake Forest 


w 


38-17 


N7 


at Florida State 


I. 


14-45 


Nl4 


North Carolina 


w 


30-13 


N28 


at Virginia Tech 


w 


36-32 


1)3 1 


Georgia 


1 


*3-35 




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General Information 

Location: Charlottesville. Va. 22903 
Founded: 1819 
Enrollment: 18,279 
Nickname: Cavaliers 
Colors: Orange, Blue 
Stadium: Scott Stadium (44.000) 
Surface: Prescription Athletic Turf 
Conference: Atlantic Coast 
President: John T. Casteen. Ill 
Athletic Director: Tern Holland 

History 

First Year of Football: 1888 

All-Time Boui Record: 4-6 

Years in Postseason Play 10 

Last Postseason Appearance 1 998 Chick-fil-A Peach 

Bowl 
Result: Lost to Georgia. 35-33 
All -Time Record: 544-476-48 

Sports Information 

Football SID: Rich Murra) 

Office: 804-982-5500 

Home: 804-978-2966 

E-Mail: rjm4e@virginia.edu 
Assistant SID: Michael Colley 

Home: 804-975-5477 

E-Mail: mcc7k@virginia.edu 
Fax: 804-982-5525 
Press Box Phone: 804-296-3910 
SID Mailing Address: P.O. Box 3785. Charlottesville, 

Va. 22903 
Overnight Address: Onesty Hall, Massie & Alderman 

Roads, Charlottesville, Va. 22903 
Web Site Address: www.virginiasports.com 

Faxback Information 
Paxback Phone: 330-854-5859 
Release Code: 81050 
Statistics Code: 81052 
Game Book Code: 81053 
Roster Code: 81054 



R ETURNING 



Coaching Staff 

Head Coach: George Welsh, Navy '56 

Career Record: 176-121-4 (26 years) 

At Virginia: 121-75-3 < 1" years) 

Football Office Phone: 804-982-5900 

Best Time to Reach Coach: Contact SID 

Weekly Press Conference: Monday 

Assistant Coaches: Rick Lantz, DC; Gary Tranquill, (i 
QB; Art Markos, DB; .Andre Powell. WR; Bob Prici 
RB; Paul Schudel, OL; Ty Smith. DL; David Turner 
LB; Danny Wilmer, RC/TE. 

Team Information 
1998 Record: 9-3 

1998 Conference Record: 6-2 (3rd) 

I998FinaI Rankings: 18th (AP), 18th (ESPN/USA Tod 

Basic Offense: Multiple I 

Basic Defense: 4-3 

lettermen Returning/Lost: 39/ 1 8 

Starters Returning/Lost: 1 5/9 

Honors Candidates 

(iisey Crawford. TK; Travis Griffith. DK; Antwan Harris, 
Thomas Jones, RB; Noel LaMontagne, OG; Donnie Scot 
John St. Clair, C; Dwayne Stnkes, DB; Byron Thweatt. 1. 

Offensive Starters Returnini 

Kevin Coffey, WR; Casey Crawford, TE; Thomas Jones 

TB; Noel LaMontagne, OG;Josh Lawson, OT; 

Anthony Southern, FB; John St. Clair, C. 

Defensive Starters Returnini 

Maurice Anderson. DT; Donny Green, LB; Travis 
Griffith. DE; Antwan Harris. DB; Monsanto Pope. 
Tim Spruill, DB; Byron Thweatt. LB. 

Series History 

Series Record: Man land leads 37-24-2 
Series at Maryland: Mankind leads 17-9-2 
Series at Virginia: Maryland leads 19-14-0 
.Ventral: 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: 199" (45-0) 
Last Cavalier Win at Virginia 1998 (31-19) 
Current Series Streak \ irginia has won 7 
Maryland's Largest Margin oj Victor): 43 (55-12, 19 
Virginia's Largest Margin of 'Victory: 4S (45-0, 199 



Leaders 



Rushing 

Thomas Jones. RB 

Passing 
Dan Bills, QB 

Receiving 

Thomas Jones, RB 

Kevin Coffey, WR 

Tackles 

Byron Thweatt. LB 
Donm Green, LB 



G-GS 


Att 


Yds 


Avr 


II) 






11 II 


238 


1303 


5.5 


13 






G-GS 


PA 


PC 


Pet 


Yds 


IT) 


lot 


5-0 


6 


> 


333 


30 





I 


G-GS 


Rec 


Yds 


Avg 


YPG 


11) 




II II 


28 


179 


(VI 


10.3 


2 




10-10 


lh 


583 


2S.4 


58.3 


5 




G-GS 


IT 


AT 


IT 


hit 


Sacks 


ITI. 


Mil 


60 


i ( > 


99 


> 


1 


6 


Mil 


17 


38 


85 





3 


8 



86 



1999 MARYLAND TERRAPINS FOOTBALL 









1999 COMPOSITE SCHEDULE 





Maryland 


Temple 


AAA- ,..- ' 
\V. Carolina 


W. Virginia 


Ga. lech 


Wake Forest 


'4i 

Clemson 


No. Carolina 


H 

Duke 


NC Stale 


Florida St 


\ irginia 


Aug. 
28 




















.u 

lc\as 

(BCA Classic) 


Louisiana 
lech 




al 
Temple 
(Sept 2) 


Man land 
(Sept. ») 


Mars Hill 
(Sept. 2) 


Fast 

Carolina 
(Charlotte) 


at 
Navj 




at 
Marshall 


Virginia 




South 

Carolina 




at 

North 

Carolina 


DEPT. 
4 




Western 
Carolina 


at 
Kansas 

State 


at 
Maryland 


Miami 
(Ohio) 


at 

Florida 

State 


at 
\rm\ 


Virginia 


al 
Indiana 


at 

East 
Carolina 


William 
&Marj 


Georgia 

Tech 


at 
Clemson 


DEPT. 
1 1 


West 
Virginia 


at 
\kron 


The 

Citadel 


at 
Maryland 


Central 
Florida 


at 
Virginia 






Northwestern 


at 

Florida 

State 


NC State 


Wake 
Forest 




DEPT. 

1 8 




at 
Marshall 


at Bast 
Tenn. St. 


at 
Syracuse 




NC State 


at 
Virginia Tech 
(Sept. 23) 


Florida 

State 


Vanderbill 


at 
Wake 
Forest 


at 

North 

Carolina 


at 

Brigham 

Voung 




DEPT. 

25 

Oct. 


at 

Georgia Tech 

(Sept. 30) 


at 
Pittsburgh 


Furnian 


Naiy 


Maryland 
(Sept. 30) 


Rutgers 


North 
Carolina 


at 
Clemson 


Florida St. 

(Jacksonville) 




Duke 
(Jacksonville] 


Virginia 
Tech 




Oct. 


at 
Wake 
Forest 


Boston 
College 


at 
Georgia 
Southern 




North 
Carolina 


Maryland 


at 
NC Suite 


at 

Georgia 

Tech 


al 
Virginia 


Clemson 


Miami 


Duke 


■:■ 


Oct. 
16 

Oct. 
23 

Oct. 
30 

Nov. 


Clemson 


at 
Miami 


Watford 


Rutgers 


at 
Duke 


at 

Florida 

State 


at 
Maryland 


Houston 


Georgia 
Tech 


Virginia 


Wake 
Forest 


at 
NC State 


North 
Carolina 


al 

West 

Virginia 


at 
Chattanooga 


Temple 




FAB 


Florida 
State 


at 
Maryland 


NC State 


at 
Duke 


at 
Clemson 




Duke 


Rutgers 


VMI 


at 
Miami 


NC State 


Clemson 


Wake 
Forest 


Furnian 


at 
Maryland 


at 

Georgia 

Tech 


at 
Virginia 


Florida 
State 


at 
NC State 


at 
Syracuse 


Saniford 


Virginia 
Tech 


at 
Virginia 


at 

North 

Carolina 


Duke 


Wake 
Forest 


at 
Clemson 


Maryland 




Georgia 
Tech 


■rM 


Nov. 
1 3 

Nov. 
20 

Nov. 
27 


at 

Florida 

State 




at 

Appalachian 

State 


at 
Boston 
College 


Clemson 


at 
Duke 


at 

Georgia 

Tech 


NC State 
(Nov. 11) 


Wake- 
Forest 


North 
Carolina 
(Nov 11) 


Maryland 


Buffalo 


Virginia 


Virginia 
Tech 






at 
W ake Forest 


Georgia 
Tech 


at 

South 

Carolina 


Duke 


at 

North 

Carolina 


at 

East 
Carolina 


at 
Florida 


at 
Maryland 








Pittsburgh 


Georgia 

















1999 MARYLAND TERRAPINS FOOTBALL 



1999 BOWL CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES 



Starting in 1990. the Bowl Championship Series (BCS) determined the Divi- 
sion I-A national champion in football. A year ago, Tennessee's Volunteers de- 
feated the Seminoles of Florida State, 23-10, in the Fiesta Bowl to claim the na- 
tional title. 

The BCS Series consists of the Rose Bowl, Sugar Bowl, Orange Bowl and Fiesta 
Bowl. The conferences with automatic berths include the Atlantic Coast, Big East, 



Big Ten, Big 12, Pac-10 and the Southeastern conferences. 

The Bow 1 Championship Series differs from the original Bowl Alliance in that 
guarantees a matchup between college football's top two teams in a true nation 
championship game on a yearly basis. 

ABC-TV' has the broadcast rights to each of the four bowl games during I 
four-year contract. 



1999 Bowl Lineup 



Bowl 


Date 


TV 


Time 


Las Vegas 


Dec. 18 


ESPN2 


6:00 p.m. 


Mobile Alabama 


Dec. 22 


ESPN2 


7:30 p.m. 


Jeep Aloha Christmas Classic 


Dec. 25 


ABC 


3:30 p.m. 


Jeep Aloha Christmas Classic 


Dec. 25 


ESPN 


8:30 pm. 


Motor City 


Dec. 11 


ESPN 


1:30 p.m. 


Sylvania Alamo 


Dec. 28 


ESPN 


7:30 p.m. 


Music City 


Dec. 29 


ESPN 


4:00 p.m. 


Culligan Holiday 


Dec. 29 


ESPN 


8:00 p.m. 


Micron/PC 


Dec. 30 


TBS 


7:00 p.m. 


Chick-fil-A Peach 


Dec. 30 


ESPN 


7:30 p.m. 


Insight.com 


Dec. 31 


ESPN 


1:30 p.m. 


Wells Fargo Sun 


Dec. 31 


CBS 


2:15 p.m. 


AXA/Equitable Liberty 


Dec. 31 


ESPN 


5:00 p.m. 


Sanford Independence 


Dec. 31 


ESPN 


8:30 p.m. 


Southwestern Bell Cotton 


Jan. 1 


FOX 


11:00 a.m. 


Outback 


Jan. 1 


ESPN 


11:00 a.m. 


Toyota Gator 


Jan. 1 


NBC 


12:30 p.m 


CompUSA Florida Citrus 


Jan. 1 


ABC 


1:00 p.m. 


Rose 


Jan. 1 


ABC 


5:00 p.m. 


FedEx Orange 


Jan. 1 


ABC 


8:00 p.m. 


Tostitos Fiesta 


Jan. 2 


ABC 


7:30 p.m. 


Nokia Sugar 


Jan. 4 


ABC 


8:00 pin. 


Note: till times Eastern 









Participants 

WAC Champion vs. Mountain West #2 

WAC #2 vs. Conference USA #2 

Pac-10 #4 vs. At-large 

Pac-10 #5 vs. At-large 

MAC Champion vs. At-large 

Big 12 #4 vs. Big Ten #4 

SEC vs. At-large 

Pac-10 #2 vs. Big 12 #3 

ACC #4 vs. Big Ten #6 

ACC #3 vs. SEC selection 

Big East #2/3 vs. Big 12 #5 

Pac-10 #3 vs. Big Ten #5 

Conference USA #1 vs. Mountain West # 

SEC selection vs. Big 12 selection 

SEC selection vs. Big 12 #2 

SEC selection vs. Big Ten #3 

ACC #2 vs. Big East #2 

SEC #2 vs. Big Ten #2 

Big Ten #1 vs. Pac-10 #1 or BCS 

Bowl Championship Series 

Bowl Championship Series 

Bowl Championship Series - National Championship 




1999 MARYLAND TRAVEL ITINERARY 



Temple 

Sept. 1: Depart via chartered bus to Philadelphia, TBA. 

Sept. 2: Depart via chartered bus to College Park immediately, following game 

Headquarters — Radisson Hotel/Airport, 500 Stevens Drive, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Phone: (il()-52lo')f 10 
Fax:610-521-8954 

Georgia Tech 

Sept. 29: Depart BWI via chartered aircraft to Atlanta, TBA. 
Sept. 3(1: Depart Atlanta via chartered aircraft to BWI immediately following 
game. TBA. 

Headquarters — Atlanta Marriott NW, 200 Interstate North Parkway Atlanta, Ga. 
Phone: "'0-952-7900 
Fax: 770-952-02 16 

Wake Forest 

Oct «: Depart B\\ I via chartered aircraft to Raleigh-Durham Virport, TBA 
Oct '): Depart Raleigh-Durham Airport via chartered aircraft to BWI immediately 
following gai TBA. 



Headquarters — Adam's Mark Hotel. 425 N. Cherry St., Winston-Salem, N.C., 271 
Phone: 336-725-3500 
Fax:336-721-2240 

NC State 

Nov. 5: Depart BWI via chartered aircraft to Raleigh-Durham Airport, TBA. 
Nov. 6: Depart Raleigh-Durham Airport via chartered aircraft to BWI immediately 

following game. TBA. 

Headquarters — Holiday Inn, Research Triangle Park, N.C., 27709 
Phone:919-941-6000 

Fax: 919-941-6030 

Florida State 
Nov. 12: Depart BWI via chartered aircraft to Tallahassee. 1 hi . TBA 
Nov. 13: Depart Tallahassee via chartered aircraft to BWI immediately following gar 
TBA. 

Headquarters: Ramaila Inn. 2900 N. Monroe St., Tallahassee, Fla.. 32303 
Phone:850-386-1027 
Fax:850-422-1025 



88 



999 MARYLAND TERRAPINS FOOTBALL 




Tidbits 

• A charter member of 
the Atlantic Coast 
Conference, the Terps 
kick off their 47th ACC 
season in 1999. 

• Five Terps earned All- 
ACC recognition in 
1998, including sec- 
ond-team selection 
LaMont Jordan (left). 

• Linebackers Eric 
Barton and Kendall 
Ogle finished 1-2 in the 
ACC in total tackles 
last season. 



I n This 
Section. . . 

The Atlantic Coast Conference.... 90 

1998 ACC Standings 

1998 ACC Honors , 

1998 AII-ACC Honors 91 

1998 ACC Bowl Teams f 

1998 ACC Team Statistics 9 

1998 ACC Individual Leaders 93 



i\©@ 







THE ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE 



c 




John Swofford, 
ACC Commissioner 



onsistency. It's the mark of inie excellence in any endeavor. How ev er. in b idaj 's 
intercollegiate athletics, competition has become so balanced and so com- 
I petitive that it is virtually impossible to maintain a high level of consistency. 
Yet the Atlantic Coast Conference has defied the odds. Now in its 47th 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 mere conjec- 
ture, the numbers support it. 

Since the league's inception in 1953. ACC schools have 
captured 75 national championships, including 38 in men's 
competition and 3" in women's. In addition, 115 men and 
26 women have earned the coveted title of NCAA cham- 
pion. 

The University of Maryland and the ACC had an im- 
mediate impact on the national college football scene in 
the fall of 1953 when the Terps captured the first of what would eventually be four 
national football titles for the conference. 

The ACC is one of only two conferences to cap- 
ture three or more national football tides since 1980. 
Clemson laid claim to the league's second national 
title in 1981, Georgia Tech followed suit in 1990, 
while Florida State pocketed national title No. 4 in 
1994. 

The nine schools that take to the field this fall 
under the ACC banner have produced 346 first or 
second team gridiron All-Americans and 50 first 
team Academic All-Americans. ACC teams have had 
1.418 players selected in the annual professional 
football draft, including 101 first round selections. 
A year ago, 154 players from the nine current ACC 
schools played in the NFL during the regular season 
or playoffs. 

If success is best measured in terms of wins and 
losses, then the ACC over the years has proved itself 
to be among the elite in Division I-A football. The 
ACC is the nation's winningest bowl conference as 
the nine current league teams are a combined 81- 
"0-5 (.535) in postseason play including a 24-19- 
1 mark since 198" T . Over the past nine years, the 
ACC is the only conference in the country to have 
each of its schools play in a bowl game. 

In the decade of the 1990s, ACC teams have 
posted the nation's second best non-conference 
record. Including both postseason and regular sea- 
son games, the ACC is 197-104-4 (.652) vs. non- 
league Iocs since 1990. 

over the past three years, the ACC has had 19 
first round picks in the annual NFL draft. In 1998, 
the \CC had 1 4 players earn first, second or third 
team til-America honors. The league tied with the 
Big 12 lor the most consensus All-Americans with 
five each. Over the past three years, the ACC has pro- 
duced 15 consensus All-Americans from lour dif- 
ferent schools. 



ACC 

ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE 



Atlantic Coast Conference 
4512 Weybridge Lane 
Greensboro, NC 2"4()~ 



Phone 336-851-6062 

Media Relations Fax 336-854-8797 

336-547-6261 

Administrative Fax 336-316-609" 

E-Mail bmorrison@theacc.com 

Web Address theacc.com 



ACC Media Relations Staff 

Brian Morrison Director 

Amy Moore Asst. Director 

Jeremy Noel Intent 

Barb Den Secretan 



ACC 

Member Schools 






Clemson — Charter member of the SL\A in 
1894, charter member of the SC in 192 1 . 
charter member of the ACC in 1953. 



Duke — Joined the SC in December, 1928; 
charter member of the ACC in 1953- 




Georgia Tech — Charter member of the 
SL\A in 1894. charter member of SC in 
1921, charter member of the SEC in 1932. 
joined the ACC in July, 1979. 




lacrosse. Women's sports were initiated in 1977. Conference championships foi 
women are currently conducted in cross country, volleyball, field hockey, soccer 
basketball, swimming, indoor and outdoor track, tennis, golf, lacrosse, softball ant 
rowing. 



A History 

The Adantic Coast Conference was loundet 
on May 8. 1953 at the Sedgefield Inn near Greens 
boro, N.C.. with seven charter members — Man 
land, Clemson, Duke, North Carolina. North Caro 
Una State, South Carolina and Wake Forest 
drawing up the conference bylaws. 

The withdrawal of seven schools from thi 
Southern Conference came early on the mornin; 
of May 8. 1953. during the Southern Conference : 
annual spring meeting. On June 14. 1955. tin 
seven members met in Raleigh, N.C., where a se 
of bylaws was adopted and the name became off 
dally the Atlantic Coast Conference. 

On Dec. 4. 1953, conference officials agau 
met at Sedgefield and officially admitted the Uni 
versify of Virginia. The first, and only, withdrawn 
of a school from the ACC came on June 30. 19"! 
when the University of South Carolina tenders 
its resignation. 

The conference operated with seven mem 
bers until April 3. 1978, when Georgia Tech wa 
admitted. The Atlanta school withdrew from thi 
Southeastern Conference in January of 1964. 

The ACC expanded to nine members on Jul' 
1 . 1 99 1 . with the addition of Florida State. 




Florida State — Charter member of the 
Dixie Conference in 1948, joined the Metro 
Conference in July, 1976; joined the ACC 
Sept. 15. 1990 




Man land — Charter member of the SC in 
1921. charter member of the ACC in 195,5. 



North Carolina — Charter member of the 
SI A\ in 1894, charter member of the SC in 
1921, charter member of the MX in 1953. 



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NC State — Charter member of the SC in 
l')2i, charter member of the ACC in 1953. 



The Championships 

The conference will conduct championship 
competition in 2t sports during the 1999-2000 aca- 
demic year — 1 2 lor men and 15 lor women. 

I In- 12 sports lor men include football, cross 
country, soccer, basketball, swimming, indoor and 
outdoor track, wrestling, baseball, tennis, golf and 



Virginia — Charter member of the SIAA in vr tt 

1894, charter member of theSC in 1921, . Vy . 
resigned from SC in December 19,56, joined _^>>^^_ 
the ACC in December, 195.5. 



Wake Forest —Joined the SC in 
Februarj 1956. charter member of the 
\cc in 1953. 




1998-99 Season Review 

The 1998-99 academic year concluded wit] 
the league pocketing three more national lean 
titles and seven individual NCAA crowns In all 
the ACC has won .52 national team titles the las 
nine years. This past year, the VCC was the onlv 
Division I-A conference to have a team play in I 
national championship game in men's ant 
women's basketball and football. The \CCsl998 
99 national champions were Maryland in women ■ 
lacrosse. Virginia in men s lacrosse, and Duke ii 
women s gull 

In addition, the VCC had six other teams pai 
ticipate in national title games Florida Stale ii 
football and baseball, Virginia in women's 
crosse, Duke in men's and women's basketball 
and North Carolina in women S soever 



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1998 ACC REVIEW 











ICC Games 














Overall 










■am 


w 


1. 


For 


Opp 


II... 


K.I 


Nu 


\\ 


l. 


For 


Opp 


Mm 


Kd 


Nu 


Streak 


•lorul.i State 


- 


1 


283 


ss 


4-0 


3-1 


ii-n 


1 1 


2 


101 


K.I 


6-0 


i I 


11 


Losl I 


leorgia Tech 


~ 


1 


297 


200 


3-1 


5 ii 


1-0 


10 


2 


126 


295 


4-2 


1-0 


2-0 


Won 5 


Brginia 


o 


2 


2 IS 


166 


1 


>.> 


nu 


9 


3 


358 


247 


5-0 


1-2 


I 


Lost i 


\.c. State 


s 


3 


241 


22S 


3-1 


2-1 


ii 1 


7 


5 


366 


352 


5-1 


>-t 


0-2 


Lost 2 


North Carolina 


5 


3 


195 


21(1 


2-1 


1-1 


in 


7 


5 


288 


283 


3-2 


2-3 


in 


Won 3 


hike 


2 


6 


128 


263 


1-3 


t-3 


0-0 


4 


7 


229 


319 


2-3 


1 1 


0-0 


Lost 3 


Pake Forest 


> 


6 


is: 


249 


ii-i 


ii 


0-0 


3 


8 


235 


535 


1-5 


2-3 


0-0 


Losl 5 


Maryland 


1 


- 


129 


213 


0-3 


1-3 


0-1 


3 


8 


202 


290 


2-3 


1-4 


0-1 


Lost 1 


fcnson 


1 


- 


IS" 


216 


1-3 


0-4 


0-0 


3 


8 


218 


l~l 


3-4 


0-4 


0-0 


Won 1 



i:v. Son-Conference: 19-9-0 (.679) 

ACC 

Special Honors 



Vs Von -ACC AP Ranked Teams: 7-1-0 i 875) 

ACC First 
Team Offense 



Vs Division I-A 16-8-0 ( 667) 

ACC First 
Team Defense 



Player of the Year: lorn Holt, NC State 
Defensive Player of the Year: Anthony Poindexter, 

Virginia 
Offensive Player of the Year: Torn Holt, NC State 
Rookie of the Year: Ra\ Robinson, NC Slate 
Coach of the Year: George O'Leary, Georgia Tech 
lacobs Blocking Award (outstanding offensive 

lineman): Craig Page. Georgia Tech 
Brian Piccolo Award (courageous): Anthony 

Poindexter, Virginia & Corej Simon. Florida State 
lint Tatum Award (outstanding defensive 

lineman): Ebenezer Ekuban, North Carolina 



ACC Bowl Game 
Results 

Las Vegas Bowl (Dec. 19) 

North Carolina 20. San Diego State 13 

Micron PC Bowl (Dec. 29) 

Miami -id. NC State 23 

Peach Bowl (Dec. 31) 

Georgia 35, Virginia 33 

Gator Bowl (Jan. 1 ) 
Georgia Tech 35, Notre Dame 28 

Fiesta Bowl (.Ian. 4) 

Tennessee 23. Florida State Id 



ACC Teams In Final 
Polls 

Associated Press Poll 

Florida State 3 

Georgia Tech 9 

Virginia 18 

USA Today/ESPN Poll 

Florida Stale 3 

Georgia Tech 1 1 

Virginia 18 



W R Torn Holt. Sr., NC State 

\VR Peter Warrick. Jr.. Florida Stale 

TE Casey Crawford, Jr.. Virginia 

OT Rohert Hunt. Sr.. Virginia 

OT Ross Brannon. So., Florida State 

OG Jason Vi hilaker. Jr., Florida State 

OG Nod LaMontagne, Jr.. Virginia 

OC Craig Page. Sr.. Georgia Tech 

QB Joe Hamilton, Jr., Georgia Tech 

RB Thomas Jones, Jr., Virginia 

RB Travis Minor. So., Florida State 

PK Sebastian Janikowski, So., Florida Slate 

SP Torn Holt, Sr., NC State 

ACC Second 
Team Offense 




WR Desmond Clark, Sr., Wake Forest 

\\R Dez White, So.. Georgia Tech 

TE Myron Jackson, Sr, Florida State 

OT Holland Postell, Sr., Clemson 

OT Ian Rafferty, Sr.. NC Slate 

OG Corey Hulsey, Jr., Clemson 

OG Jason Burks. Jr.. Georgia Tech 

OC John St. Clair. Jr., Virginia 

QB Jamie Barnette. Jr., NC State 

RB LaMont Jordan. So.. Maryland 

RB Antwoine Womack, So., Virginia 

PK Sims Lenhardt. Jr., Duke 

SP Charlie Rogers, Sr.. Georgia Tech 

ACC Honorable 
Mention Offense 



Wide Receiver: Na Brown. North Carolina: Offensive 
Line: Tarlos Thomas. Florida Stale; Jeff Flow e. Wake Forest: 
Joe Carman. Georgia Tech: John Feugill. Mary land: Jerry 
Carmichael. North Carolina; Lennie Friedman. Duke: Alex 
Santos. NC State: Fady Chamoun. Virginia: Jason Gamble. 
Clemson: Justin Burroughs. NC State: Eric Thomas, Florida 
State; Tight End: Mike Hart. Duke. Billy Barber. Virginia; 
Quarterback: Chris Weinke. Florida State; Running 
Backs: Ray Robinson. NC State. Ed 'Wilder. Georgia Tech 



1)1. Corej Simon. Jr.. Florida Slate 

DL Patrick Kerney Sr. Virginia 

DL Ebenezer Ekuban. Sr.. North Carolina 

DL Chris Combs, Jr.. Duke 

LB l.amont Green, Sr. Florida State 

LB Eric Barton, Jr.. Maryland 

LB Wali Rainer, Sr., Virginia 

DB Anthony Poindexter. Sr.. Virginia 

DB Antwan Edwards. Sr.. Clemson 

DB Dre Bly. Jr.. North Carolina 

DB Lloyd Harrison, Jr., NC State 

P Rodney Williams, Sr. Georgia Tech 

DL Adrian Dingle. Sr., Clemson 

ACC Second 
Team Defense 



DL Jesse Tarplin, Sr. Georgia Tech 

DL Tony Bryant. Sr. Florida State 

DL Larry Smith. Jr.. Florida State 

LB Rahim Abdullah. Jr.. Clemson 

LB Keith Newman. Sr. North Carolina 

LB Brandon Spoon. Jr., North Carolina 

DB Mario Edwards. Jr.. Florida State 

DB TayCody. So.. Florida State 

DB Dexter Jackson. Sr.. Florida State 

DB Traveras Tillman. Jr.. Georgia Tech 

P Brian Schmitz. Jr. North Carolina 





ACC Honorable 
Mention Defense 



Defensive Line: Antonio Dingle. Virginia; Jerry Johnson. 
Florida State: Bobbie Cotten. NC State: Roland Seymour. 
Florida State; Delbert Cowsette. Maryland: Lineback- 
ers: Kendall Ogle. Maryland: Chris Jones. Clemson: 
Delaunta Cameron. Georgia Tech; Byron Thweatt. Virginia; 
Brian Allen. Florida Stale: Defensive Backs: Jamara Clark. 
Georgia Tech: Jason Bostic. Georgia Tech: Jason Perr V 
State; Tony Scott. NC State: Punter: Donnie Scott. Virginia: 
Tnpp Moore. Wake Forest: Specialists: Dez White. Geor- 
gia Tech: Peter Warrick Florida State 



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ALL 



ACC TEAM STATISTICS 



School 

NC State 

Virginia 

Florida State 

Georgia Tech 

Wake Forest 

Duke 

North Carolina 

Clemson 

Maryland 



TOTA 

Rank 

(20) 
(23) 
(3D 
(38) 
(66) 
(70) 
(77) 
(93) 
(105) 



l Offense 



Play 

811 
764 

8^2 
748 
786 
847 
746 
712 
705 



Yds 

487 ! 
4693 
4816 
4276 
3870 
3728 
3616 
3352 
3061 



PP 

6.0 
6.1 
5.5 
5.7 
4.9 
4.4 
4.9 
4.7 
4.3 



TD PG 

37 442.8 

39 426.6 

42 401.3 

39 388.7 

27 351.8 

24 338.9 

27 328.7 

24 304.7 

21 278.3 



Rushing Offense 



School 

Virginia 
Georgia Tech 
Maryland 

Florida State 
Duke 
NC State 
North Carolina 
Clemson 



Rank An Yds PC TD 



(15) 
(33) 
(50) 
(59) 
(63) 
(77) 
(79) 
(90) 



468 

469 
471 
515 
4.S2 
406 
414 

413 



2344 
2021 
1773 
1797 
1609 
1470 

1431 

1324 



5.0 

4.3 

3.8 

3.5 
3.3 
3.6 
3-5 
3.2 



27 
22 
16 

21 
15 
17 
13 
11 



WakeForest (112) 331 719 2.2 



School 

NC State 
W. Forest 
Florida St 
Virginia 
Ga. Tech 
N.Carolina (69) 
Duke (70) 
Clemson (76) 
Maryland! 103) 



Pa 

Rank 

(10) 
(17) 

(24) 

(50) 
(61) 



SSING 

Att-Cmp 

405-210 
455-255 
357-185 
296-158 
280-153 
333-168 
365-177 
299-158 
233-106 



20 11 
18 19 



Offense 

Pet Yds TD Int 

.519 3401 
.560 3151 
.518 3019 
.534 2349 
.546 2255 
.505 2185 
.485 2119 
.528 2028 
.455 1288 



21 
12 

17 

14 

9 

13 

5 



PG 

213.1 
183.7 
161.2 

149.8 
146.3 

133 6 

130.1 

120.4 

65.4 



PG 

309.2 
286.5 
251.6 
213.5 
205.0 
198.6 
192.6 
184.4 
117.1 



Scoring Offense 



School Rank TD Kx Ox 



Ga. Tech (13) 

Florida St. (22) 

NC State (28) 

Virginia (.36) 
N. Carolina (57) 

W. Forest (75) 

Duke (79) 

Clemson (89) 



50 
43 
43 
41 
32 
28 
24 
28 



46 
42 

36 
39 

30 

24 

23 
20 



Fg S Pts PG 

13 1 391 35.6 

27 2 385 32.1 

13 343 31.2 

12 1 325 29.5 

14 1 268 24.4 

13 1 235 21.4 
20 229 20.8 

8 2 218 19.8 



Maryland (95) 24 22 12 202 18.4 



Kickoff Returns 



School 

Georgia Tech 
Florida State 
North Carolina 
Duke 
Virginia 
Wake Forest 
Clemson 
Maryland 
NC State 



Rank 

(13) 

(14) 

(21) 
(42) 
( _ 4) 

(76) 

(84) 
(104) 

(105) 



Ret 

39 
26 
40 

42 

2^ 
59 
39 
33 
36 



Yds 

917 
610 

922 
819 
532 
761 

"45 

577 
62S 



lg 

100 
97 
100 

46 
46 

41 
85 

44 
39 



TD 



Total Defense 



School 

Florida Slate 
Clemson 
Virginia 
North Carolina 
Duke 
Man land 
NC Slate 
Georgia Tech 
Wake Forest 



Rank 

(I) 
(25) 
(52) 
(il) 
(46) 
(53) 
(64) 
IS.') 

(85) 



Ply 

747 

"41 

748 
787 
733 
765 

"56 
808 
776 



Yds 

25-S 
3523 
3666 
3813 
3832 
S971 
ill') 
i373 
i409 



PP 

3.5 
4.8 
4.9 

.o 
5.2 
5.2 

5.5 
5.4 
5.7 



TD 

14 
32 
19 
27 
37 
30 
37 
51 

55 



Avg 

23.5 
23.5 
23.1 

21.4 

19.7 

19.5 
19.1 
17.5 
17.4 



PG 

214.8 
320.3 
3333 
$46.6 
$48 i 
361.0 
574.5 
597.6 
100.8 



School 

Florida State 
Clemson 
Virginia 
North Carolina 
Duke 
Maryland 
Georgia Tech 
NC State 
Wake Forest 

Passing 

School Rank 

Florida St. (1) 
Virginia (16) 
NC State (37) 
Duke (45) 
N. Carolina (46) 
Clemson (56) 
Ga.Tech (58) 
Maryland (60) 
W.Forest (72) 



Rushi 

Rank 

(2) 



(14) 

(17) 
(27) 
(59) 
(60) 
(72) 
(73) 
(88) 



NG 

Att 

412 
415 

406 
472 
404 
446 
446 

442 

485 



Defense 

Yds PC TD 



958 
1150 
1304 
1404 
1716 
1749 
184.3 
1848 
2059 



2.3 
2.8 
.3.2 
3.0 
4.3 
3.9 
4.1 
4.2 

4.3 



5 

17 
12 
16 
20 
13 
17 
25 

24 



Efficiency 

Att-Cmp Pet Yds 

.412 

503 



1620 
2362 



335-138 
342-172 
314-164 
329-163 
315-151 .479 2409 
32 7 -160 .489 2373 
551 



Defe 

TD Int 

18 9 
16 7 



361-199 



522 2271 
495 2116 



2530 



319-172 .539 2222 
291-173 595 2350 



19 

8 
12 

10 
13 

16 



PG 

79.8 
104.6 
118.5 
127.6 
156.0 
159.0 
167.6 
168.0 
187.2 

NSE 
PG 

79.9 
105.7 
113.5 
115.8 

117.4 

120.7 
121.3 
121.9 

129.9 



Scoring Defense 



School Rank TD Kx Ox 



Florida St. (2) 
Virginia (26) 
Ga.^Tech (47) 
N. Carolina (51) 
Clemson (52) 
Maryland (58) 
NC State (69) 
Duke (79) 
W.Forest (89) 



16 
23 

34 

30 

34 



14 1 

17 2 
33 



2^ 
31 



35 30 

40 35 



40 

42 



37 
37 



Fg 

8 
17 
10 
21 
11 



S Pts 

1 138 

1 212 

267 

270 

1 2"2 

14 1 290 

7 4 306 

14 .319 

14 335 



Punt Returns 



School 



Rank Ret 



Georgia Tech (15) 

Florida State (l 7 ) 

NC State (18) 

North Carolina (4.3) 



Clemson 
Virginia 
Wake Forest 
Duke 
Maryland 



School 

Georgia Tech 
Virginia 
Wake Forest 
Maryland 
Florida State 
North Carolina 
Clemson 
Duke 
NC State 



(49) 

(51) 
(67) 
(69) 
(96) 



37 
41 

26 
32 
32 
20 
28 
21 
29 



Yds 

490 
518 
325 
340 
298 

184 

225 
168 
180 



Lg TD 

69 3 



41 

68 

45 

39 

32 

19 

14 
34 



Net Punting 
Rank 



Punts Returns 



(6) 
(20) 
(.36) 

(40) 

(41) 

(4.3) 
(60) 
(92) 
(110) 



5142.5 

60-42.1 
68-40. 2 
69-39.0 
6440.4 
7743.7 
764 1 . 1 
-4-39.9 
52-34.8 



17-123 
21-250 
24-228 
29-159 
28-237 

44-546 

.35-416 
33420 
17-172 



PG 

11.5 
19.3 

24.3 
24.6 
24.7 
26.4 

27.8 
29.0 
30.5 



Avg 

1.32 
12.6 
12.5 
10.6 
9.3 
9.2 
8.0 
8.0 
6.2 



Net 
40.0 
3-9 
36.8 
36.7 
36.7 
36.6 
35.7 
34.2 
31.5 



3rd Down Conversion Offense 

School G Con Att Pet 

Georgia Tech II 6.3 151 .417 

Florida Stale 12 81 198 409 

NC State 11 68 168 .405 

Virginia II 55 1 i.S ,372 

Maryland II 55 162 .340 

Wake lores! II 55 l"l .322 

Duke II 61 190 ..321 

Clemson II 52 16.3 .319 

North Carolina 11 i" 16.3 2SS 



3rd Down Conversion Defense 



School 

Florida State 

Clemson 

Duke 

North Carolina 

NC State 

Georgia Tech 

Virginia 

Wake Forest 

Maryland 



G 

12 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 



Con 

33 

47 
48 
52 
51 
62 
62 
65 
73 



Att 

17.3 
163 
163 
170 

148 

169 
166 
163 
172 



Quarterback Sacks 



School 

Clemson 
Virginia 
Florida State 
Georgia Tech 
North Carolina 
Wake Forest 
Duke 
NC State 
Maryland 



G 

11 
11 
12 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 



Sacks 

37 
36 

40 

.36 
32 
25 
24 
22 
21 



Yards 

232 
234 
266 
295 
262 
16- 
155 
174 

140 



Pc 

.19: 

.28' 
.29' 
.301 

.34' 

36 

.37 
.39' 
.42' 



I't 

3. 
3.. 
3.. 
3.. 

2.i 

2. 

2. 
2.1 



Time Of Possession 



School 
Duke 

Clemson 
Florida State 
Virginia 
NC State 
North Carolina 
Maryland 
Georgia Tech 
Wake Forest 



For 

31:37 
31:12 
31:27 

30:50 
29:57 
29:33 
29:25 

28:58 
28:49 



Opp 

28:2.5 
28:48 
28:33 
29:10 
30:03 
30:27 
30:35 
31:02 
31:11 



Margin 

+3:14 
+ 2:24 
+ 2:54 
+ 1:40 
-0:06 
-0:54 
-1:10 
-2:04 



First Downs Per Game 



School 

Virginia 
NC State 
Florida State 
Georgia Tech 
Wake Forest 
Duke 

North Carolina 
Clemson 
Maryland 



Run Pass 



112 
87 
108 
115 
53 
91 

65 
84 



109 

1.34 

122 
96 

155 
96 

93 

78 
58 



Pen 

14 

10 
16 
11 
22 
12 
11 
2.3 
21 



Tot 

235 
2.31 
246 
211 
21(1 
199 
181 
166 
163 



PG 

21.4 

21.0 
20.5 
20.2 
19 .1 
IS .1 
16.5 
15.1 
14.8 



Turnover Margin 



Gained 



Lost 



School Rank Fm In To Fm In To Mai 



Florida St. (12) 


14 


18 


.52 


12 


9 


21 


+0.9. 


Virginia (15) 


14 


16 


.30 


10 


10 


2(1 


+0.9 


Ga. Tech (28) 


1.3 


10 


2.3 


10 


8 


18 


+ 0.4' 


NC State (.50) 


6 


19 


25 


10 


11 


21 


+0.3( 


N.Carolina (46) 


1,3 


12 


25 


14 


10 


It 


+0.0' 


Maryland (67) 


8 


13 


21 


15 


11 


24 


-0.2- 


W.Forest ("4) 


12 


16 


28 


15 


19 


32 


-0.3< 


Duke (102) 


8 


S 


16 


12 


14 


26 


-0.9 


Clemson (10.3) 


11 


7 


18 


15 


14 


29 


-1.01 



Kickoff Return Coverage 



School 
NC State 
Georgia Tech 
Duke 

Clemson 

North Carolina 
Florida State 

Virginia 
Maryland 

Wake Forest 



Ret 

36 
45 
42 
20 
38 
^1 

44 
38 
29 



Yds 

62S 
85,3 
S.30 

1111. 

Sill 

682 

9,39 
823 
630 



LG 

.38 
95 
87 

19 
1 1 
56 

85 
100 

16 



ID 




Avg 
18.8 

1 19,0 

I 19 8 

II 20 .3 
II 21 2 
I) 2 1. .3 

21.3 

1 21.7 

II 21 " 



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Rushing Yards 



Pe 

'lavcr. School Rank GP All 

bomas Jones, |r, Virginia (II) II 238 

iiMoni Jordan, So., Maryland (44) 10 169 

ravis Minor, So., Florida Si (48) 10 I'M 

lav Robinson, IV , NC Stale II 15 i 

IJ. Hill, Fr.. Duke II 192 

ntwoinc Wiiin.uk, So , Virginia II 112 

ravis Zachery, Fr„ Clemson II 158 

:uliis Brown, Fr„ N. Carolina II I J3 

dTChaney, So., Florida Si 12 120 

Brgan Kane, |i . Wake Foresi 10 us 

barlie Rogers, Sr„ Georgia Tech in 47 

K Burns, Fr.. Georgia Tech 1 1 98 

hilhp Rogers, Jr., Georgia lech II 1 17 

maid (urn, Fr., V Carolina 1 1 80 

ettviousWiiks,Jr„ Duke 10 109 



r Game 



yds 

1 503 

«)(!() 

857 
822 
798 

"(IK 

635 
534 
573 

is i 
139 
174 

!(>(> 

119 
362 



v>g 
5.5 
5.4 

1 5 
5.3 

1 2 
6 5 

hi 
hi 

IS 

3.5 
9.3 
1.8 

hi 
5.2 

5.5 



Receptions Per Game 

lavcr. School Hank GP Rec Yds Avg 

EyHolt, Sr, NC State (5) 11 88 1,604 18 2 

mimieDeese, Jr., Wake Foresi (20) 11 68 826 12.2 

lesmond Clark, Sr., Wake Foresi (27) 10 59 866 14.7 

oottie Montgomery, Jr., Duke (37) 11 60 793 13.2 

Ichmond Flowers, So., Duke (41) l ) 48 704 14.7 

eler Warrick. Jr., Florida St (50) 12 61 1,232 20.2 

a Brown, Sr. N Carolina II 55 897 16.3 

IBs Coleman, Jr., NC State M 52 876 16.9 

>tv While. So. Georgia Tech II 4" 973 20.7 

pence Willdns.Sr., Virginia M 45 sn 18.0 



IT) 

13 
(. 

in 
2 

i 

4 

3 

s 

2 

3 
5 

2 
2 

6 



ID 

II 

3 

8 
3 

■i 

12 
d 
5 
9 

l 



Receiving Yardage Per Game 



lavcr. School Rank GP Rec 

try Holt, Sr.,NC State (21 11 88 

Bter Warrick, Jr., Florida St. (17) 12 6l 

ez While, So., Georgia Tech (2d) 11 47 

esmond Clark, Sr., Wake Foresi (29) 10 59 

a Brown. Sr., \ Carolina (34) 1 1 55 

Oris Coleman, Jr., NC State (38) II 52 

ichmond Flowers, So., Duke (40) 9 48 

imniie Dcese. Jr., Wake ForeM II (>8 

■pence Wilkins, Sr, Virginia 11 45 

.•oiiie Montgomery, Jr., Duke n oo 



Yds 
1604 

1252 
973 
866 
897 
876 
704 
820 
811 
"05 



Avg 
18.2 
202 
20.7 
14.7 
16.3 
16.9 
14.7 
12.2 
18.0 
13-2 



ID 

II 
12 

9 



PG 

118.5 
90.6 

85 7 
74.7 
72.6 
64.4 
57.7 
18.6 
17.8 

45.4 

13.9 
43 I 
12 i 
38.1 
56.2 



PG 

8.0 
6.2 

5 
5.5 
5.3 
5 1 
5.0 

4." 

4.3 
4.1 



PG 
145.8 
102.7 

88.5 
86.6 
81.5 
"9.6 
2 

"5.1 



Player, School 



All-Purpose Yardage 

Hank GP 



Tony Holt, Sr.,NC State id ii 

in-/ winic. s i tech (15) II 

Thomas Jones, Jr. Virginia (24) II 

R. Flowers, So., Duke (38) 9 
Peter Warrick, Jr., Ha si (45) 
chaihe Rogers, Si . Ga lei h 

l.lininic lleese, |i , W lores! 

s Montgomery, Jr., Duke 

Travis Minor. So . Florida St 
LaMont Jordan, So., Mankind Hi 
Terrence Wilkins, Sr. Virginia 11 



Ron 
102 

n 

1303 

9 

85 

139 

in 

I2S 
S5" 
906 

I 



Rec 

I Nil 

973 
179 

"in 



PR kit 

! 

ii 682 

13 27 

ii 157 

1232 208 n 

2si 125 }6 

826 n 397 

793 ii 286 

18') (I (I 

«- (I 

sil 165 117 



Tot 

1979 
1655 

1522 

1170 

1525 

1133 

12.5.5 
1207 
1046 
99.5 

1002 



Plj 

II i 
"2 

268 
69 
89 

Hill 
88 
•15 
212 
183 
69 



Scoring 



Player, School RankGP IDs TDrTDpTDrt 

S.Janikovvski. So . Fla Si (") 12 

Thomas Jones, Jr., Virginia (25) il 15 13 2 

Sims l.enhardl. Jr., Duke (5") 9 (I I) 

B. Chambers, Sr., Ga. Tech (41) n 

Tony Holt, Sr.,NC State (46) 11 15 11 

T. Braverman, So., Virginia II n o n 

Josh. Mcl.ee. |r.\ Carolina II (I 

Peter Warrick, Sr, Fla. St. 12 13 I 12 

Matthew Burdick, Jr.. W Foresi III ll I) (I 

Ray Robinson, Fr.,NC State II 10 10 

Dez White, So., Ga. Tech II Hi (I 9 



PAT 

42 

(I 

21 

46 

i 
38 

ill 
II 

24 
II 
II 



FG 

2" 
I) 
16 

12 
II 

12 

li 


13 

n 



PP 

I" i 
!3.0 
5.7 
17.0 
17 I 
11.3 

I HI 

12.7 

i 'i 

5i 

15.8 



PTS 

12.5 
90 
69 

82 

80 

74 
72 

"8 

63 
60 
60 



Field Goals 



Plaver. School Rank GP 

Sebastian Janikowski. So . Fla. Si (I) 12 

Sims Lenhardt, Jr., Duke ( l )i 9 

Matthew Burdick. Jr. W Forest (28) 10 

Josh McGeeJr., \ Carolina (30) II 

Brian Kopka. So., Maryland (4.5) II 

Todd Braverman, So., Virginia ( 4.5 ) II 

Brad Chambers, Sr . Georgia Tech ( 4 3 1 II 
David Richardson. Sr. Clemson 



FGA 

32 

ll 

18 
18 

IN 

19 
20 

15 



FGM 



12 
12 



I.G 

53 
54 
53 

42 
46 

4~ 
4') 
42 



Pet 

.844 
"2" 
,722 
.778 
.66" 
052 
000 
5.5.5 



Passing Efficiency 



layer. School Rank GP 

ie Hamilton, Jr., Ga. Tech (25) II 

bris Weinke, So., Florida St (20) 10 

imie Bamette, Jr., NC State (521 II 

iron Brooks, Sr . Virginia ( 36) 1 1 

scar Davenport. Sr. \ Carolina ( 46 ) l ) 

randon Streeter.Jr. Clemson 1 1 

rian ktikhck. Sr. Wake Foresi 1 1 

obbv Campbell, So.. Duke 1 1 

lencer Routine. So . Duke 9 

Total 

layer. School Rank GP 

imie Bamette, Jr., NC State (12) 11 

rian kuklick. Sr. Wake Forest (21) 11 

iris Weinke. So.. Florida St. ( 24 1 10 

iron Brooks. Sr . Virginia ( 2S I 11 

e Hamilton, Jr.. Georgia Tech (29) 11 

randon Streeter, Jr.. Clemsi in 1 1 

scar Davenport. Sr. N Carolina | 

3n:dd Curry Fr, N. Carolina 1 1 

tonus Jones, Jr., Virginia 11 

sbbv Campbell. So., Duke 1 1 



Art 

259 

286 

3 

290 

1 82 

282 

.596 

206 

14" 



Cmp 
145 

145 

193 

150 
100 
150 
216 
101 
"1 



Offense 
Run Pass Ply 

5169 
2085 



13 
■109 



-168 2487 
11' 2319 



298 
-10 
-65 

419 

1303 

01 



2166 
1948 
1208 
975 
ii 
1199 



i>(, 
179.9 

ISO I 

138 i 

1.50.0 

127 I 
113.3 

112 I 

109.7 
104.6 
993 

995 



PG 

10 25 
8 18 
7.67 
" is 
7.27 
6.73 

55 
50 

o 30 

5 (5 
5 45 



PG 

2.25 
1.78 
1.30 
1.27 
1.09 
1.09 

1 .09 

0.89 







Brian Kopka finished fifth in the ACC in field goals per game. 




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FOOTBAL 



93 







ACC INDIVIDUAL LEADERS 



Interceptions 



Player, School Rank 

Lloyd Harrison, Jr., NC State (2) 

Mario Edwards, Fr., Florida St. (8) 

Cliff Crosby, Sr„ Maryland (13) 

Steve Fisher, Sr, N. Carolina (13) 

Dexter Jackson, Jr., Florida St. (37) 

Reggie Austin, Jr., Wake Forest ( 37 ) 

Adrian Burnini, Sr, Virginia (37) 

Jason Perry, Sr„NC State (37) 

DreBlyJr., N. Carolina (37) 



Tackle L 

Player, School GP Pri 

Eric Barton. Sr„ LB, Mary land 11 104 

Kendall Ogle, Sr., LB, Maryland 11 81 

Chris Jones, Sr., LB, Clemson 10 70 

Brandon Spoon, Jr., LB, N.Carolina 11 78 

Wali Rainer, Sr, LB, Virginia 1 1 82 

Keith Newman, Sr, LB, N. Carolina 1 1 60 

Jason Perry, Sr., DB, NC State 1 1 64 

Robert Carswell, So., DB, Clemson 1 1 56 

Byron Thweatt. So., LB, Virginia 11 60 

Clayton White, So., LB, NC State 1 1 55 

Delbert Cowsette, Jr., DT. Md 1 1 62 

E. Ekuban, Sr, DE, N. Carolina 1 1 68 

Edrick Smith, Fr, LB, NC State 1 1 50 

Harold Means. Jr., LB, Clemson 1 1 38 

Delaunta Cameron, Sr, LB, Ga. Tech 1 1 56 

Sedrick Hodge, So., LB, N. Carolina 1 1 50 

Lamont Green, Sr., LB, Florida St. 9 48 

Rahim Abdullah, Jr., LB, Clemson 1 1 49 

Aaron Thompson. Fr., LB, Md 11 52 

Ryan Stallmeyer. Jr., LB, Duke II 45 

Donnv Green, So., LB, Virginia 1 1 47 



Int 

"7 

6 
5 
5 
4 

4 

4 

4 

4 



Yds 

51 

109 

133 

77 
23 

45 

36 

27 
2 



LG 

35 

49 

52 
37 
23 
42 
20 
18 

7 



EADERS 



Ast 

55 
62 

58 
60 
52 
72 
61 

46 

39 

44 
3<* 

28 
44 
56 
34 

39 

25 

40 

35 

40 

38 



TFL 

3-4 

6-12 

10-48 
8-43 

11-45 

12-61 

5-10 

4-7 

6-26 

8-40 

6-12 

23-98 

11-56 

8-31 

10-48 

11-37 

10-47 

15-61 

9-29 

9.5-43 

8-34 



Sack 
2.5-20 
2.5-20 

4-21 

5-37 
5-31 

4-4.3 

0-0 

0-0 

1-7 

2.5-12 

3-17 

7-69 

6-39 

3-25 

4-40 

3.5-27 

2.5-25 

7.5-44 

1-11 

3-33 

3-20 



TD 



1 
1 








Tot 
159 
143 

128 
138 

134 

132 
125 
102 
99 
99 
96 
96 

94 

94 
90 
89 
73 
89 
87 
85 
85 



PG 

0.64 
050 
0.45 

0.45 
036 
036 
0.36 
0.36 
0.36 



PG 
H.5 
13.0 

12.8 
12.5 

12.2 
12.0 

11.4 

9.3 
9.0 
9.0 

8.7 
8.7 
8.5 
8.5 
8.2 
8.1 
8.1 
8.1 
7.9 
7.7 
7.7 




QB Sacks 

Patrick Kerney, Virginia is 

\drian Dingle, Clemson 1 1 

Jesse Tarplin. Georgia Tech 10 

Felipe Clav brooks. Georgia Tech 10 

Rahim Abdullah. Clemson 8.5 



Aaron Thompson 
recorded 87 total 
tackles — second 
among ACC 
freshmen hist 
season. 

Tackles For Loss 

Ebenezer Ekuban, Y Carolina 1? 

Patrick Kerney, Virginia 
Core) Simon, Florida St. 
Matt Petz, Wake Forest 
Dingle X \bdullah, Clemson 






Passes Broken Up 

l.loul Harrison, NCSlate 23 

Steve I isher N Carolina 17 

\niuan Edwards clemson 14 

Jamara Clark, Georgia Tech I i 

Mario Edwards, Florida Si 1 1 



Player, School 

Brian Schmitz, Jr., N. Carolina 
Tripp Moore, Sr, Wake Forest 
Donnie Scott, Jr., Virginia 
Rodney Williams, Sr, Ga. Tech 
Kevin Laird, Sr, Clemson 
Keith Cottrell, So., Florida St. 
Brian Morton, So., Duke 
Russ Edwards, Sr., Maryland 
Scott Earwood, Jr., NC State 



Player, School 

Tyrell Godwin, So., N. Carolina 
Antwan Edwards, Sr, Clemson 
Dez White, So., Georgia Tech 
Richmond Flowers, So., Duke 
Jammie Deese, Jr., Wake Forest 
Mai Lawyer, Jr., Clemson 



Player, School 

Charlie Rogers, Sr, Georgia Tech 
Dee Feaster, Sr, Florida St. 
Peter Warrick, Jr., Florida St. 
Torry Holt, Sr., NC State 
Kory Bailey. Fr, N. Carolina 
Terrence Wilkins, Sr, Virginia 
Travis Zachery. Fr, Clemson 
Guilian Gary, Fr., Maryland 
Reggie Austin, Jr., Wake Forest 
Ronnie Hamilton, Fr, Duke 



Punt 


NG 










Rank 


GP 


Punts 


Yards 


Blk 


LG 


A\ 


(8) 




75 


3357 


2 


62 


44 


(18) 




63 


2702 


5 


60 


42 


(21) 




58 


2473 





68 


42 


11?) 




50 


2126 





64 


42 


(43) 




75 


3104 


1 


63 


41 


(47) 




62 


2558 


1 


69 


41 






73 


2952 


1 


65 


40 






68 


2693 


1 


58 


39. 






42 


1555 


1 


63 


37 


Returns (i. 


2 PER 


game) 






Rank 


G 


No. 


Yds 


LG 


TD 


A\ 






12 


334 


100 


1 


27 


(10) 


10 


13 


350 


85 





26 


(15) 


11 


26 


682 


100 


1 


26 


(43) 


9 


20 


457 


41 





11 




11 


19 


397 


41 





20 




11 


14 


247 


35 





17 


ETURNS 


(1.2 


PER GAME) 






Rank 


G 


No. 


Yds 


LG 


TD 


A\ 


(6) 


10 


30 


425 


69 


2 


14 


(7) 


9 


12 


169 


39 





14 


(9) 


12 


15 


208 


41 





13 


(12) 


11 


20 


273 


68 


2 


13 


(14) 


11 


13 


170 


45 





13 


(40) 


11 


17 


165 


32 





9 




11 


26 


216 


31 





8 




9 


12 


99 


34 





8 




11 


21 


158 


19 





7 




11 


14 


94 


14 





6 




Guilian (.an was seventh in the ACC in piinl return average in 1998. 



94 



1999 MARYLAND TERRAPINS FOOTBALL 




Tidbits 

• Maryland was among 
the nation's most 
improved teams last 
season in rushing 
offense, total defense 
and scoring defense. 

• Tackle John Feugill 
(left) was one of three 
Terps to sign free 
agent NFL contracts 
following the 1998 
season. 

• Randall Jones in 1998 
was the first true 
freshman in Maryland 
history to earn a 
starting assignment at 
the quarterback 
position. 



%**" 



I n This 
Section. . . 




/ 



* 



1998 Season in Review 

1998 Terp Award Winners 

1998 Maryland Statistics , 

Offensive Game-by-Game Stats . 101 
Defensive Game-by-Game Stats 102 

Game-by-Game Statistics 103 

Season Superlatives 104 

Game-by-Game Starters 104 

Game-by-Game Capsules 105 

James Madison & Virginia 105 

West Virginia & Temple 106 

Florida State & Clemson 107 

Wake Forest & Georgia Tech 108 

North Carolina & Duke 109 




1998 SEASON IN REVIEW 



Among the NCAA's Most 
Improved 

Maryland was among the nation's most improved teams 
in rushing offense, passing defense, total defense and scor- 
ing defense, according to final 1998 NCAA statistical 
rankings. Mankind was the sixth most-improved team in 
the country in rushing offense, 12th most-improved in 
total defense, 13th most-improved in scoring defense, 
and 1 4th most-improved in passing defense. Here's a look 
at how the Terps' improvement stacked up in those re- 
spective categories: 



NCAA Most Improved 97 

Rushing Offense Rank. 

1. Bowling Green 107th . 

2. TCU 96th . 

3. Indiana 104th 

4. Virginia 90th . 

5. San Diego State 93rd . 

6. Maryland 106th.. 

6. Arkansas 112th . 

NCAA Most Improved '97 

Total Defense Rank 

l.Penn State 86th 

2. Tulsa 111th 

3. C.Michigan 108th 

-I.C.Florida 81st 

5. Missouri 76th 

6. Purdue 89th 

7. Akron 112th 

8. Pittsburgh 94th 

to Utah State 62nd 

11. San Diego State 72nd 

12. Maryland 87th 



'98 
Rank. 

... 13th. 

8th . 

... 28th . 
... 13th. 
„32nd. 
. 50th.. 
... 56th . 



.Diff. 

..+94 
..+88 
.. +76 
..+75 
..+61 
.+56 
..+56 



•98 



Rank 


....Diff. 


12th 


+74 


42nd 


+69 


50th 


+58 


26th 


+55 


21st 


+55 


38th 


+51 


63rd 


+49 


45th 


+49 


24th 


+38 


35th 


+37 


53rd 


.... +M 



NCAA Most Improved '97 '98 

Scoring Defense Rank Rank Diff. 



1. C. Michigan 108th 43rd . 

2 Missouri 84th 22nd. 

3. Oklahoma 90th 36th . 

4. TCI 82nd 29th . 

5. Arizona 71st 19th . 

O.Arkansas 64th 13th . 

7. C. Florida 73rd 23rd . 

S.Wisconsin 64th 13th . 

9. Colorado 70th 24fh . 

10. California 87th 42nd . 

11. Akron 107th 64th. 

12. San Diego State 74th 32nd . 

/.}. Maryland 92nd 58th.. 



.+65 
.+62 

.+5+ 
+53 



.+5 



..+51 
..+50 
..+48 
..+46 
..+45 
..+43 
..+42 
+34 



NCAA Most Improved '97 

Passing Defense Rank .. 

I Tulsa 106th . 

2. Wisconsin 92nd . 

5 C. Michigan 112th . 

i California 89th . 

5 USC 64th. 

6 Virginia Itch 63rd 

6 Duke 97th 

8 Illinois Kllsl 

9 BY! 72nd 

9 Virginia 67th . 

II Arkansas 68th 
n NCState Oth 
n Central Honda 83rd . 
14. Maryland 102nd.. 



98 
Rank. 

13th. 

,6th. 

.. 32nd. 

... 26th . 
.... 3rd. 

... nth. 

i5th 

50th 

... 21st . 

.,. Kith. 
... 25th . 
...37th 
mill 
. 67 '. 



. Diff. 

.. +93 
..+86 

..+70 

.. +63 

+61 

..+52 

..+52 

..+51 

+ 51 

+ 51 

+43 

. i; 

. 13 

. +42 



Forward Progress 

The Terps not only showed forward progress in the 
win-loss column in head coach Ron Vanderlinden's sec- 
ond year, they also made significant strides in seven of 
the eight major NCAA offensive and defensive statistical 
categories in 1998. In fact, compared to the 1997 final 
rankings, the Terps moved up at least 34 spots in four 
categories: rushing offense (+56), passing defense 
(+42), total defense (+34) and scoring defense (+34). 



NCAA Statistics 

Rushing Offense 
Passing Defense 
Total Defense 
Scoring Defense 
Rushing Defense 
Scoring Offense 
Total Offense 
Passing Offense 



1997 


1998 


Diff. 


106 (88.5) 


50(161.2) 


+56 


102(147.9) 


60(121,9) 


+42 


87 (401.8) 


53(361.0) 


+3+ 


92(32.3) 


58 (26.4) 


+ 34 


73(174.6) 


60(159.0) 


+ 13 


108(l+.6) 


85(18.4) 


+ 13 


111 (267.7) 


105 (278.3) 


+6 


79(174.3) 


103 (117.1) 


-24 




Ron Vanderllnden sm a major improvement l>\ the 
Terps throughout the 1998 season. 



Terps' ACC Improvement 

The Terps made positive strides in five of the eig) 
major ACC team statistical categories in 1998 compur 
to their final 1997 rankings. A look: 



ACC Category '97 

Rushing Offense 9th . 

Scoring Defense 9th . 

Rushing Defense 8th . 

Total Defense 7th . 

Pass Eff. Defense 9th . 



98 

3rd. 

6th . 
. 6th . 
. 6th . 
,8th. 



Dil 

...A 

...A 



For Comparison's Sake 

Here is a look at Terp accomplishments compared to 1 9°. 

• In 1997, six of 1 1 opponents totaled at least 4()0 yap 
of offense against the Terps. This past season, that to] 
was reached by only West Virginia, North Carolina al 
North Carolina State. High-powered offenses from Gee 
gia Tech, Florida State and Virginia all were held und 
400 yards of total offense. 

• Maryland's average scoring differential in 1998 w 
8.0 ppg, a significant improvement over the 1997 d 
ferential of 17.7 ppg. 

• In ACC games only, Maryland's scoring differential 
1998 was a minus 10.5 points per game compared 
minus 2.3.7 points per game in 1997. 

• Against Fiesta Bowl-bound Florida State in 1998, Mat 
land kepi the Seminoles out of the end zone for 57 mi 
utes after surrendering a TD on their opening drive 
safety and two late field goals preserved a 24-10 win f 
Florida State. In 1997, Maryland lost 30-7 to Florida Sta 

• Against Virginia in 1997, Mankind lost 45-0. In 199 
Virginia scored 1 points off costly turnovers and add 
a late touchdown for a 31-19 win. 

• Maryland lost 40-14 to North Carolina in 1997. but i 
by a 24- 13 count in 1998. 

Tough Schedule 

Of Maryland's 11 opponents in 1998. six advanced 
bowl games: Florida State (Fiesta), Georgia Tech (Gatot 
Virginia (Peach), North Carolina (Las Vegas), West V 
ginia (insight.com) and NC Stale (Micron PC). In 
games as head coach at Mankind, Ron Vanderlinden li 
faced 1 1 teams that have gone on to bowl games. Mai 
land was 0-4 against teams ranked in the top 25 at t 
time, hut was 3-4 vs. ttnranked opponents. 

Closing The Gap 

In most cases last season, the Terps closed the gap 
losses to their ACC opponents. In 1997, the average SC 
ing differential was 17.5 points. Last year, the Terps she 
that margin to just eight points. 

A look at score differentials between 1997 and 19 
ACC opponents: 

Opponent 1998 Score 199" Sec 

Honda State 1„ 2+10 I.. 54 

North Carolina L, 24-13 L, m 

Wake Forest I„ 20-10 I., 35 

Clemson I.. 23-0 L. 2< 

Virginia l„ 31 19 l,i\ 

rjeorgia rech 1,31-14 L,3f 

Duke W, 42-25 W 16 

NCState I. 15 28 L, $5 



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1999 MARYLAND TERRAPINS FOOTBALL 




1998 SEASON IN REVIEW 



Youngest In The Nation? 

The Terps went through 1998 gridiron wars with per 
.ips the youngest I \ team in the country Everj week, 
o.nli Ron vanderlinden employed at least 20 freshmen 
ml sophomores on the two-deep. 

fai freshmen or sophomores started in four ol live 
Barnes toend the season Clemson, Wake Forest, Geor- 
gia lei h. North Carolina and NC State 
Seventy six percent ol Maryland's scoring in 1998 was 
provided In freshmen and sophomores. 

First Team All-ACC 
Eric Barton 

Senior linebacker Eric Barton (Alexandria. Va. ) 
•d the Terps' lisi of honors candidates in 1998 Named 
i preseason \ll America teams and numerous preseason 
ll-\CC lists. Barton hecame the first Man land player 
anicd liisi team Ul-ACC since wide receiver Jermaine 
wis in 1995 Barton was one of 68 linebackers nation- 
Ikon the Bulkus \ward prehinnian watch list, and tin- 
ned [he season as the league's top tackier. 

He was named the Terps' most valuable player for 1998, 
and the Terrapins most outstanding defensive player 
Barton was united to plaj in the Blue-Graj VU-Star 
Classic on Dec. 25, and the Senior Bowl on Jan. 2v 
Barton took over the ACC lead in tackles in week 10 of 
the regular season, following Ins 22-tackle effort at 
Virih Carolina He recorded 14 stops at Duke, and 
ended the season with a career second-best IS stops 
K NC State Barton finished Ins senior campaign with 
14 5 tackles per game 




ic li. in. hi kd the league in tackles and was named 
•st leant Ul-ACC. 



• He was named the iCC's defensive lineman of the week 
for efforts against North Carolina and NC State 

• Barton recorded -double digit lacklcs m Is ol his last 
17 games He posted 19 double digil efforts in lus 
career. Including the final io games ol Ins senior sea 
son 

• Barton registered a career high at North Carolina, t<>- 
laling 11 tackles with 1 3 solos 

• Barton averaged IS tackles ( IDS) in his las! seven 
games 

• Prior to his 11 tackles at North Carolina, Barton 
matched Ins previous career-high with I" tackles 
against Temple, lie also had 17in 1997 vs. North Caro 
Una. lie concluded his career with IX in Ins collegiate 
finale against NC state. 

• The 6-3, 229 pound senior eclipsed the 300-tackle 
mark against Temple and spent much of the season 
closing in on Mankind's all time leaders, Including 
six games as a true freshman and 33 consecutive starts 
since his sophomore campaign, Barton averaged 10 7 
tackles (417) in 39 games. He ended his career ranked 
fourth on Mankind's all-time tackles chart. 

All-ACC Honorable Mention 
Kendall Ogle 

Senior linebacker Kendall Ogle (Hillside. NJ.) 
joined Eric Barton among end-of-season ACC honorees. 

Ogle teamed with Barton in 1997 to finish 2-3 in the ACC 
in tackles. Last year, the twosome finished 1-2 with Barton 
leading the wa\ In 1997, Ogle topped the Terps' tackling 
charts with 138 overall, and was second only to Clemson's 
Ulthony Simmons. 

• Ogle was named one of two Mankind team captains 
at the team's postseason awards banquet He also was 
tabbed the recipient of the Terrapin Club \ward which 
honors the player making the greatest contributions 
to the program. 

• Ogle was in\ ited to play in the Blue-Graj Ill-Star Clas- 
sic on Dec. 2S. and the Hula Bowl on Jan. 24. 

• Kendall Ogle finished second in the ACC in tackles, 
ending his senior campaign with 1". stops at Duke and 
IS \s NC Stale. His Is solos against the Blue Devils 
were a career high 

• Ogle joined Barton in recording a career high in tack- 
les at North Carolina. Ogle made 18 stops, 11 solo, 
against the Tar Heels to eclipse his previous best of 1 7 
last year against Clemson. 

• Ogle was one of Man land's pla\ ers I tf the game against 
Florida State, making a then season-high Id tackles 
including eight solos. He had a sack and another tickle 
for loss u lnle playing even defensive snap in the game. 

• He recorded 10 or more tackles in 16 of 19 and 18 of 
his last 11 outings, including nine during his senior 
season. 

Under 400 

Except for the West Virginia, North Carolina and NC 
State games, Maryland held its opponent under 400 yards 

total offense in every game in 1008 In 100", six of 1 1 
opponents totaled -too yards or more vs. Man land. 




LaMont Jordan had the Terps ninth-best rushing 
yardage season in 1998. 

JORDAN-ESQUE 

The ACC rookie-of-the-\ear runner-up in 1997, 
Mankind's LaMont Jordan finished second in the VCC 
in rushing. He was 0-t yards shy of becoming just the 
fourth player m Maryland histor) to rush for 1 ,000 yards 
in a season, and the first since 1982 

Single Season Hushing Leaders Yards 

1 Charlie Wysocki (Jr.), 1980 1,359 

2. Slcu-Alkins (SO. 1978 1.2(0 

i Charlie Wysocki (So.), 1979 1,140 

-i Willie Joyner Or-), 1982 1,039 

5. Louis Carter (Sr), 1974 991 

(.. Bilk Lovell (Sr i. 1968 963 

7 Art Seymore (So ). 1970 945 

.s Willie Joyner (Sr), 1983 908 

9. LaMont Jordan (So.). 1998 906 

to Lu Gambino (Sr), 1947 904 

• Jordan narrowly missed the 1. 000-yard harrier de- 
spite playing just 10 games, missing much of the sec- 
ond half and totaling just one net \ard at West Vir- 
ginia, and playing the first half at Duke with a cast on 
his right hand 

• Jordan's 100 yards on 20 carries in the season finale 
re NC State marked his fifth 100-yard game in 1998 
and the seventh in his two-year career. 

• After fracturing his right thumb in practice prior to 
the Duke game in week 10. he rushed for 08 yards 
against the Blue Devils including a second half 46- 
yard TD jaunt. Jordan wore a protective cast on his 
right hand during the first half, but asked to have it 
removed at halfiime. 

• Jordan blistered Duke and North Carolina defenses 
with long runs of 46. 49 and SO yards — all for touch- 
downs — in back-to-back weeks He added a 39-yard 
run that fell just short of a touchdown in the season 
finale against NC State 



MARYLAND 



PINS FOOTBALL 



1998 SEASON IN REVIEW 



Terp Rushing Progress 

.Not only did the Terps include a heralded tailback in 
their running game, a quick-hitting power game emerged 
with sophomore fullback Matt Kalapinski. along with a 
running threat from freshman quarterback Randall Jones. 
Kalapinski averaged 4.9 yards per cam and was ranked 
as high as sixth among ACC rushing leaders last season. 

• Of 112 NCAA Division I teams in the country, Mary- 
land jumped from a rank of IOOlh last season to 50th 
in '98, an increase of 56 positions. The Terps improved 
nearly 80 yards per game and became one of the 
nation's most improved running teams. 

• Kalapinski's 53-yard jaunt at Virginia was then the 
Terps' longest run from scrimmage this season. 

• Jones' 75-yard touchdown streak at Duke was 
Maryland's longest run from scrimmage since 1982. 
His 40-yard TD burst vs. Georgia Tech was, at the time, 
Man land's longest rushing touchdown of the season. 

Mastrole And Jones 

Freshman quarterback Randall Jones played in 10 
of 1 1 games last season and alternated with opening-game 
starter Ken Mastrole. Jones started the Clemson game 
to become the first true freshman starting quarterback 
in Maryland history. Jones started each game since, until 
Mastrole took the opening series vs. Duke and NC State. 

• In each of the final two games, Mastrole threw an in- 
terception on his first pass attempt before giving way 
to Jones. At Duke, Jones came on to complete per- 
haps the most productive day by a Maryland quarter- 
back in 1 998. He finished with 1 1 3 yards rushing and 
was of 13 passing while guiding the Terps to 358 
yards total offense. 

• Since the Florida State game, Jones took the lion's share 
of snaps, directing 339 plays compared to 1 S J by 



Mastrole. Mastrole, however, took 42 snaps compared 
to [ones' 18 at North Carolina to mark Mastrole's most 
significant action since 42 snaps vs. Temple. 

• Against FSU, Jones engineered both Maryland scoring 
drives. 

• Mastrole and Jones shared three different series against 
Temple, resulting in two TDs and one of three Brian 
Kopka field goals. 

• Among the oddities vs. Temple was a third-down, 13- 
yard pass reception by Jones from LaMont Jordan. 
Jones was shaken up on the play. Mastrole returned 
mid-drive and two plays later, Jordan scored on a 27- 
yard run. 

• On the very next possession with Maryland leading 23- 
14 in the fourth quarter. Mastrole spelled Jones on a 
3rd-and-8 play from the Temple 39 and completed 
his first touchdown pass since 1996. 

Kopka Kicks • Groza 
Semi finalist 

Sophomore placekicker Brian Kopka booted 12 field 
goals in nine games to rank among national leaders. The 
UNC and Duke games were his only games last season 
without a field goal attempt 

• He fell short on three of his last five attempts, each 
which came from 45 yards or longer (50 at Clemson, 
50 vs. Wake Forest, 45 vs. Georgia Tech ) . A 57-yarder 
was blocked vs. NC State. 

• Kopka moved his name into consideration for .All- 
America honors on and off the field of play. By con- 
necting on 12 of 18 field goal attempts and ranking 
4.3rd nationally in field goals per game, Kopka was a 
semifinalist for the Lou Groza Award, given annually 
to the nation's top placekicker 

• He ranked as high as first in the country, and was 
among the top six all season, until missing his only 
attempt vs. Georgia Tech. 



Interception Marks 

Maryland's seven interceptions at Duke not only ti'i 
an ACC record, but tied Mankind's existing mark of sevd 
in a game, set against Georgia in 1951. The seven piq 
were the most by an ACC team since Wake Forest records 
seven thefts against Georgia Tech in 198" 7 . NC State is th 
only other ACC team ever to intercept as many in a garni 
stealing seven passes vs. Iowa in 1905. 

Crosby Interceptions 

Within the Terps' last four games alone, Cliff CroslJ 
intercepted five passes and finished in a tie for 13th n J 
tionally. He averaged 0.45 picks per game. His big garni 
included three thefts at Duke, including one for a 5 J 
yard touchdown that iced the game. 

• Crosby's five interceptions rank him 1 3th among Man 
land all-time leaders. The last time a Terp recorded a 
many was in 1995 when Andrea! Johnson had si' 
Crosby became just the third Terrapin since 1983 t 
record at least five in a season. 

• His 133 yards in interception returns were the mo: 
by a Man land player since Wall) Stalnaker set the Tei 
rapin record of 167 in 1967. 

In The Red Zone 

The Terps scored on 18 of 19 occasions that the 
reached inside the opponents' 20-yard line. Marylan 
scored nine touchdowns and nine field goals for 94.' 
effectiveness. 

Terps And The NFL 

Linebackers Eric Barton (fifth round. Raiders) an] 
Kendall Ogle (sixth round, Browns) were selected i 
the 1999 NFL Draft. In addition, defensive tackle Rashcei 
Simmons (Giants), defensive hack Cliff Crosby (Rams 
and offensive tackle John Feugill (Cardinals) signed In 
agent contracts. 




1998 Terp Award Winners 



Ray Krouse Award (MVP) 

Eric Barton, Sr., LB 
Most Valuable Offensive Player 

LaMont Jordan, So.. TB 
Most Valuable Defensive Player 

laic Barton, Sr. LB 
Terrapin Club Award 
(greatest contribution to football) 

Kendall Ogle. Sr. LB 
Alvin L. Aubinoe Award (unsung hero) 

John Waerig.Jr. TE 



James M. I. mini Award 
(lineman of the year) 

DelbertCowsette.Jr, DT 
Top Special Teams Performer 

Brian Kopka, So., PK 
Dr. John E. Farber Award 
(iron man) 

Kendall Ogle. Sr. LB 
A.V. Williams Award 
(outstanding and conspicuous sportsmanship) 

Paul Jackson. Sr, I'S 



George C. Cook Memorial Award 
(senior with highest academic average) 

Ryan Rezzelle, Sr., OT 
George Boutselis Memorial Award 
(letterman with highest academic average) 

Brian Kopka, So PK 

Scott Rudolph, So.. LS 
Team Captains 

John FeuguT, Sr, OT 

Kendall Ogle. Sr. LB 



98 





JJJ «* £ 



lLiU klv 



Kendall Ogle 



John Wacrig 



FINAL 1998 MARYLAND STATISTICS 

Final Record: 3-8-0 • ( 1 -7-0 ACC) • (2-3-0 Home) • ( 1 -4-0 Away) • (O-1-O Neutral) 



ale 
lepi 5 
|ept. 1 2 

p 19 

epl. 26 

ti. 3 
«. I" 
id. i" 
id. 31 
ov. 07 

0\ I I 

joy. J I 
.ii Balti 



Season 
Opponent 

James Madison 
al Virginia in 2 
at West Virginia #19 
Temple 

Florida State #9 
al Clemson 
Wake Forest 
Georgia Tech 1 #23 
at Vmli Carolina 



Results 

Alt. 

36,547 
12,800 
52,279 
27,047 
33, 1 5 1 
73,000 
23,419 
25,183 
51,200 



Score 

IS 



w 
I. 
I. 
w 
I. 

L 

I. 
I. 



.11 Duke 15,272 

NCState 21,589 

more. Mel. (NFL Stadium at Camden Yards) 



42- 2S \\ 
21-35 L 



ttenduuee 

. IIIIK' 

way 

eutral 

ital 



latistics 
n.il First Downs 
rst Downs-Rushing 
Irsi Downs-Passing 
tsi Downs-Penalty 
DShina \ti-^ds 
iss Comp-Att-lnt 
Bsing Yards 

Mai Offense Plays-Yards 
biting Sumber-Yds-Avg 
imblcs Lost 
patties- Yards 
icks by- Yds Lost 
urd Down Conversions 
lird Down Conversion Pet 
iiii'ih Down Conversions 
I Time of Possession 



Attendance 

Total 

1 1 1 ,736 

234,551 

25,183 

nii.ro 

Team Statistics 
Man laud 
163 
84 
ss 
21 
471-1773 
106-233-11 
1 288 
705-3061 
69-2693-39.0 
22-13 
77-699 
21-140 
55-162 
.340 
3-10 
29:25 



Scoring By Quarters 
coring By Quarters 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 
IARYLAND 41 46 61 34 

pponeni 4~ 09 68 "(1 



lau'r 

Mont Jordan 
an Kalapinski 
BoldWestle\ 
indall Jones 
rmaine Arlington 
son Hatala 
■nin Rogers 
arc Rile\ 
ml Whitmer 
■n Mastrole 



G 

10 
II 
10 

II) 

10 

11 

'I 

5 

11 

11 



Art 

169 



4 

4 

9 

1 

51 



Rushing 
Gain Loss 

979 73 

388 

20d 

382 

78 



10 

12 



18 

23 

152 


II 




Net 

000 
370 
273 
2511 
78 
21 

10 

9 

3 

-127 



Avg 

S 4 
4.4 
3-5 
3.0 

20 

5 3 
2 5 
I 
3.0 



Average 

28,347 
K..010 
25,183 
36,497 



Opponent 

200 

02 

100 

8 

446-1749 

172-319-13 

1111 

765-3971 

54-2307-42.7 

15-8 

83-775 

30-256 

73-172 

.424 

5-10 

30:35 



total Avg 

202 is 1 
200 26.4 



Yds/G TO LP 

00.0 (1 SO 

33 6 3 S3 



23.0 
7.8 
1 9 

1 1 

1.8 

Hi 

-11.6 



30 

75 

so 

21 
4 

s 

3 

12 



ARYLAND 

pponent 



11 4"1 2276 S03 1773 .3.8 161.2 16 
II 446 199.3 244 1-49 3-9 159.0 13 




M 



LaMont Jordan led the Terps in rushing, 
touchdowns, total offense and 
all-purpose yardage in \ i ) i )H. 



Player 

LaMont Jordan 
Russ Edwards 
Randall Jones 
Ken Mastrole 
Marc Riley 



(, 
III 
II 
10 

II 



AM Cmp 



I 
OS 

Iil 
1 



1 

44 

SO 




Passing 
int Pet. Yds 

1 00 
[.00 

.440 

.450 

.000 



83 

d 

567 

052 





Yds/G 

8.3 

0.6 

56.7 

57.5 

0.0 



Rating 

613.6 

150.4 

95.4 

"8.0 
-200 



11) 

I 

I) 
3 
1 




LP 

(18 

(1 

56 

12 





MARYLAND 1 1 
Opponent 1 1 



Player 

Jermaine Arrington 
Moises Cruz 
LaMont Jordan 
John Waerig 
Jason Hatala 
Keon Russell 
Omar Cheeseboro 
Bruce James 
Harold Westley 
Malt Kalapinski 
Randall Jones 
Aaron Thompson 



23.3 
.319 



106 

172 



4SS 1288 117.1 

.539 mi 202.0 



G 

10 

II 
10 

II 
II 
II 
II 

10 

10 

II 

Hi 
11 



Receiving 

Rec Yds Avg 

23 366 ISO 

IS 183 12.2 

14 87 6.2 

12 130 10.8 

10 04 9.4 

9 lis 12 s 

88 1 2 

s ss 17 (1 

5 19 3.8 

4 97 2 I 3 

1 is 15.0 

1 (1 



Yds/G 

30.(1 

16.6 

8.7 

11.8 

ss 
HI s 
8,0 
8.8 
10 
ss 
1.5 

OS 



89.6 
121.9 



C/G 

2.3 

1.4 

1.4 

11 
0.0 
0.8 
0.6 

OS 
11 5 

0.4 
0.1 

1 



5 68 



r 



TO 

I 

2 


I) 



I 



1 


(I 



LP 
68 

28 
13 



39 

is 

so 

is 

(1 



MARYLAND 

Opponent 



Player 
LaMont Jordan 

Randall June-. 
Ken Mastrole 
Mad Kalapinski 
Harold \\estle\ 



106 1288 



12.2 
12.9 



117.1 

202.0 



9-6 
15.6 



68 



Total Offense 



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FINAL 1998 MARYLAND STATISTICS 



All-Purpose Yardage 



Player 
LaMont Jordan 
Jermaine Arlington 
Matt Kalapinski 
Harold Westley 
Randall Jones 



Rush 

006 
78 
370 
273 
230 



Rec 

8" 

366 

97 

19 

is 



PR KOR Yds Plays Yd/Pi 





180 

36 

o 





933 

033 
503 

292 
245 



183 

34 

83 
83 

78 



5.4 

18.6 
6.1 
3-5 
3.1 



Yd/G 

00.3 
63.3 

45." 

20.2 
24.5 



MARYLAND 
Opponent 



Player 

Brian Kopka 
LaMont Jordan 
Matt Kalapinski 
Randall Jones 
Moises Cruz 
Jermaine Arlington 
Jason Hatala 
Peter Timmins 
Kenny Rogers 
Cliff Crosby 
Bruce James 
Lynde Washington 
Harold Westley 



1773 1288 
1749 2222 



180 
159 



577 
823 



3951 
4953 



644 

832 



Scoring 



to 





MARYXAND 

Opponent 



Player 

Brian Kopka 



XP 

22-23 
0-0 
0-0 

0-0 

0-0 

0-0 
0-0 

0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 

0-0 
0-0 



-PAT- 

2PT DXP 



0-0 

0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 

0-0 

0-0 



0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 

0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 



Sat 

















6.1 

6.0 



FG 

12-18 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 



359.2 
450.3 



Pts 

58 
36 

24 

18 
12 
12 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 



22-23 
30-31 



0-1 

3-4 



0-0 
0-0 



12-18 
14-27 



202 
290 



Field Goals 
G 1-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50+ Total Pet. LP 

11 0-0 7-7 1-2 4-6 0-3 12-18 66.7 46 



MARYXAND 11 0-0 7-7 1-2 4-6 0-3 12-18 66.7 46 

Punting 

Player G Punts Yds Avg LP Blk 

Russ Edwards II 68 2603 39.6 58 1 

Team 1 1 0,0 



MARYLAND 
Opponent 



11 
11 



69 
54 



2693 
2307 



39.0 

42.7 



58 




/ w\ 




Cliff Crosl>> led the Terps in 
inlcrceptions in l ol )8. 



Kendall Ogle was second on the learn in 

total tackles with 143. 



OO 




Punt Returns 



Player 
Guilian Can 

Keon Russell 
Tony Jackson 



G 
9 

11 



No 

12 
4 
13 



Yds 

99 

31 

50 



Avg 

8.3 
7.8 
3.9 



TO 




(I 



MARYLAND 
Opponent 



Player 

Jermaine Arrington 
Omar Cheeseboro 
Jason Hatala 
Eric James 
Cliff Crosby 
Bruce James 
John Waerig 
Matt Kalapinski 



11 
11 



29 
29 



180 
159 



6.2 

5.5 



Kickoff Returns 



G 

10 
11 
11 
9 
11 
10 

II 
II 



No 

8 
2 
7 
1 

8 
2 
1 
4 



Yds 

180 
37 

121 
17 

136 
28 
13 
36 



Avg 

23.6 
18.5 
17.3 
17.0 
17.0 

14.0 

13.0 

0.0 



TO 













MARYLAND 

Opponent 

Player 

Cliff Crosby 
Lynde Washington 
Eric Barton 
Paul Jackson 
Renard Cox 
Shawn Forte 
Kendall Ogle 



11 
11 



G 

II 

10 

II 
II 

10 

9 

11 



33 
38 



577 
823 



17.5 
21.7 



Interceptions 



No 

5 
r 



Yds 

133 
37 
15 
17 
16 
10 




Avg 

26.6 
18.5 

7.5 
17.0 
16.0 
10.0 

0.0 



TO 

1 
1 










MARYLAND 
Opponent 

Player 

Eric Barton 
Kendall Ogle 
Delbert Cowsette 
Aaron Thompson 
Peter Timmins 
Paul Jackson 
Shawn Forte 
Cliff Crosb; 
Rasheed Simmons 
Tony Okanlawon 
Kris Jenkins 
Rod Littles 
Lynde Washington 
Charles Hill 
Renard Cox 
Tom Jackson 
Erwyn Lyght 

Marlon Moore 
R\ an Swill 
\loiscs Cruz 
Mall Kalapinski 
Scott Rudolph 
ohn Waerig 
Sale Rust, Jr. 
Corey Smith 
I tan I Whitmer 
Brian Kopka 
Eric Calendine 
Derrick Jones 
Chris Sanders 



11 
11 



13 
11 



228 
89 



17.5 
8.1 



Defensive Statisti 

G UT AT Tot/Avg TFL 

150/14.5 

143/ 13() 

96/8." 



1()4 
81 
62 
52 
50 
50 

42 
42 

20 
30 
I 1 , 
13 
13 

10 

II) 

2 
4 



10 



62 
34 
35 
34 
20 
11 
15 

10 

13 

8 
6 

5 
4 
6 

5 
I 
I 

2 
2 
2 

I 
2 


I 






87/7.9 
8477.6 

"0/6.4 

64/7.1 

5-/5.2 
39/3.6 
39/3.6 
36/4.5 
21/1.0 
19/1.7 
16/1.8 

15/1,4 
14/2.0 

13/1.0 
0/0.8 
9/0.8 
8/0.7 
8/0." 
5/0.5 
4/0.4 
J/0 1 
3/0.4 
3/0.3 

2/0.2 
1/0.3 
1/0.3 
1/0.3 



3-4 
7-13 

6-12 
9-29 
6-15 

2-4 
4-1" 

2-4 

4-12 

0-0 

4-23 

0-0 
0-0 

0-0 
0-0 

1-2 
2-7 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
o-o 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
o-o 
0-0 
0-0 



LP 

34 
26 
16 
34 



LP 

44 
20 
26 
17 
29 
10 
13 

16 



LP 



15 
17 
16 
10 






cs 

Sacks PBl 

2.5-20 
2 5-20 
3.0-17 
1.0-11 
5.5-36 

0.0-0 

1.0-8 

0.0-0 
3.5-18 

0.0-0 

1.0-6 

0.0-0 

0.0-0 

1.0-6 

0.0-0 

0.0-0 

0.0-0 

0.0-0 

0.0-0 
0.0-0 
0.0-0 
0.0-0 
0.0-0 
0.0-0 
0.0-0 
0.0-0 
0.0-0 
0.0-0 

0.0-0 
0.0-0 



FC 

3 


I 

2 



I 

2 

I 
I 





II 



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OFFENSIVE GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS 




Rushing 



Harold Westta 



C.VKKII vYiis.. 'I'D 


#1 K. locus 


#2 Kiln 


#N\Usllc\ 


#l t Mastrole 


# 1 S Ionian 


#3 i K. Rogers 


#is Kalapinskl 


lames Madison 


2 a 


0-0 


20-68 


16-1-34) 


DNP-INJ 


0-0 


4-8. 1 


at Virginia 


DNP-CD 


DNP-CD 


12 -iV 1 


') I 16J 


23-KK 


1 i 1 


8-87 


al West Virginia 


13-»9 


6-7 


K 22 


6-1 


9-1 


2-5 


11-80. 2 


temple 


(. 2( 


i) ii 


S 1 1 


6-(-12) 


22-138, 2 


0-0 


1 1-73 


Florida Slate 


6-10 


DNP-CD 


7-37 


2-1 


10-49 


0-0 


13-10 


al Clcmson 


6-3 


DNP-CD 


4-16 


4-(-26) 


14-83 


DNP-CD 


1 1 1 


Wake Fores) 


5 ( ')| 


DNP-CD 


; mi 


2-1 


20-132 


DNP-CD 


1-4 


Georgia Tccli 


16-55, 1 


>-2 


3-9 


2-(-4) 


19-102 


0-0 


<- ;i 


at No. Carolina 


.-(-18) 


DNP-CD 


6-20 


l-l-S) 


17-136, 2 


1-1 


--59 


al Duke 


11-115,1 


0-0 


7-22 


0-0 


15-68. 1 


II II 


5-5 


NC State 


8-1, 1 


DNP-CD 


DNP-INJ 


0-0 


20-109. 1 


0-0 


2-1-1) 





Receiving 



mi iii s-N ns.. 'ID 


#2 Rile) 


#3 Cheeseboro 


#4 Russell 


#8 Westle) 


"is Jordan 


#191!. James 


#34 R.Rogers 


iunes Madison 


0-0 


1-6 


0-0 


ll-ll 


DNP-INJ 


ll-ll 


ll-ll 


ii Virginia 


DNP-CD 


0-0 


0-0 


2-16 


3-31 


0-0 


0-0 


ii Wcsi Virginia 


0-0 


.-<>- 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


1-7 


0-0 


temple 


0-0 


ill 


1-16 


0-0 


0-0 


1-39, 1 


0-0 


lorida State 


DNP-CD 


0-0 


0-0 


l-(-l) 


2-8 


0-0 


0-0 


it Clemson 


DNP-CD 


1-4 


1-14 


0-0 


1-7 


0-0 


DNP-CD 


take Forest 


DNP-CD 


0-0 


5-50 


l-(-l) 


4-18 


0-0 


DNP-CD 


ieorgia lech 


ll-ll 


0-0 


(1-0 


0-0 


2-12 


DNP-CD 


0-0 


t No. Carolina 


DNP-CD 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


1-1-2) 


0-0 


0-0 


i Duke 


0-0 


ll-ll 


1-23 


1-5 


o-o 


0-0 


0-0 


,1 Male 


DNP-CD 


0-0 


1-12 


DNP-INJ 


1-13 


;-i2 


0-0 




















9 



# 



Bruce James 



Jason llatali 




•' 



* 



Ctrau-s-YDs, TD #4(>ttaerig #80 E.James #8> Arrington #86 Cm/. #89 llatala #92 Hull 


James Madison 


1-0 


(1-0 


5-78 


s-(,2 


5-3S 


0-0 


al Virginia 


1-8 


0-0 


3-58 


1-13 


1-24 


DNP-CD 


al Wcsi Virginia 


1-16 


0-0 


DNP-INJ 


1-0 


0-0 


DNP-CD 


Temple 


0-0 


0-0 


3-33 


2-21 


0-0 


0-0 


Florida State 


0-0 


0-0 


3-30 


1-14, 1 


1-7 


(1-0 


at Clemson 


0-0 


0-0 


3-25 


1-21 


2-9 


DNP-CD 


Wake Forest 


1-6 


0-0 


3-88. 1 


1 " 


1-8 


n-l) 


«.cort;ia lech 


1-10 


0-0 


1-9 


2-17 


2-11 


0-0 


at No. Carolina 


4-40 


DNP-CD 


1-30 


0-0 


0-0 


DNP-CD 


al Duke 


2-39 


0-0 


0-11 


1-28, 1 


0-0 


ll-ll 


NC State 


1-11 


DNP-CD 


1-15 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 









Passing 



i-A-Y-I. TD 


#14 Mastrole 


#1 R. loins 


lines Madison 


15-24-181-0,0 


0-0-0-0, 


1 Virginia 


11-23-150-1,0 


DNP-CD 


t W est Virginia 


3-9-27-0. 


5-7-70-0, 


emple 


7-13-104-0. 1 


1-2-16-0, 


lorida State 


2-8-12-1. 


6-14-46-0. 1 


t Clemson 


2-6-11-1.0 


7-18-69-0. 


ake Forest 


|ll-2ll-sS.(l. 


6-10-81-1. 


eorgia Tech 


(-■-.i2-0.ll 


4-15-2--0. 


No, Carolina 


5-18-57-2. 


1-3-11-0.0 


:Duke 


0-1-0-0. 


JS-13-98-1. 2 


CState 


0-2-0-1. 


S-io-| ( >>-2.n 






Field Goals 



Punting 



/■Injun' • CD - Coach's Decision • 



Randall Jones 
DST ■ Did Sot Travel 



Made, Missed 


#1" Kopk.i 


lames Madison 


46wr, 21g, 27g. 26g 


at \irginia 


46g, 25g 


at West Virginia 


43g, 43g 


Temple 


23g.42g.29g 


Florida State 


37blk. 24g 


al ( lemson 


50sh 


\\ ake Forest 


56sh, 36g 


Georgia Tech 


45sh 


al No. Carolina 


no attempts 


at Duke 


no attempts 


NX State 


57blk 





No-.Vc. h 20 


#30 Edwards 


James Madison 


5-38.2. 1 


at Virginia 


4-40.5,2 


al West \irginia 


7-44.7, 2 


Temple- 


4-4.3.5, 1 


Florida State 


6-36.3. 


at Clemson 


10-41.9.0 


Wake Forest 


6-39.2. 2 


Georgia Tech 


9-34.0. 2 


al No. Carolina 


8-40.1, 1 


at Duke 


s-40.6. 


NC State 


4-38.5. 1 





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DEFENSIVE GAME- BY-GAME STATISTICS 


Defensive Line 




SoLO-ASSIST-TOTiU, 


#41 Lyght 


#47 Timmins 


#55 Simmons 


#57 Jenkins 


#91 Cowsette i #93 Calendine #97 Rust 


#98 Hill 




I. iiiii's Madison 


DNP-INJ 


3-3-6 


3-0-3 


6-0-6 


1-2-3 


0-0-0 


1-1-2 


0-1-1 




at Virginia 


DNP-IN) 


4-3-7 


3-0-3 


3-0-3 


2-2-4 


DNP-CD 


0-1-1 


0-1-1 


at West Virginia 


DNP-INJ 


4-3-7 


3-0-3 


1-1-2 


6-1-7 


0-1-1 


0-0-0 


0-0-0 


Temple 


DNP-INJ 


4-3-7 


2-0-2 


1-1-2 


4-2-6 


0-0-0 


DNP-CD 


0-0-0 


Florida State 


0-1-1 


3-4-7 


4-0-4 


0-0-0 


8-5-13 


DNP-INJ 


0-0-0 


DNP-CD 


at Clemson 


1-1-2 


8-4-12 


2-3-5 


4-3-7 


7-4-11 


0-0-0 


0-0-0 


0-0-0 


Wake Forest 


2-0-2 


7-3-10 


2-2-4 


3-5-8 


5-3-8 


DNP-CD 


0-0-0 


DNP-CD 


Georgia Tech 


0-1-1 


4-3-7 


2-0-2 


5-3-8 


2-5-7 


DNP-CD 


DNP-CD 


0-0-0 


at No. Carolina 


2-1-3 


3-4-7 


1-1-2 


DNP-INJ 


4-3-7 


DNP-CD 


DNP-CD 


2-2-4 


at Duke 


0-2-2 


4-2-6 


1-1-i 


DNP-INJ 


10-5-15 


DNP-CD 


DNP-CD 


2-2-4 


\C State 


2-0-2 


6-2-8 


5-2-7 


DNP-INJ 


13-2-15 


DNP-CD 


0-0-0 


3-3-6 

















Linebackers 



SoLO-Assisr-ToTAL 


#32 Ogle 


#40 Thompson 


#44 Barton 


#48 Swift 


#52 Graves 


#53 Lewis 


#90 Moore 


James Madison 


8-4-12 


9-2-11 


7-2-9 


0-0-0 


0-0-0 


DNP-CD 


0-0-0 


at Virginia 


7-3-10 


5-2-7 


13-1-14 


0-1-1 


DNP-CD 


DNP-CD 


0-0-0 


at West Virginia 


3-6-9 


5-4-9 


8-6-14 


2-0-2 


0-0-0 


0-0-0 


0-1-1 


Temple 


5-3-8 


5-3-8 


13-4-17 


0-0-0 


0-0-0 


0-0-0 


0-1-1 


Florida State 


8-8-16 


3-2-5 


5-5-10 


0-0-0 


0-0-0 


DNP-CD 


0-1-1 


at Clemson 


7-6-13 


2-3-5 


6-5-11 


0-0-0 


DNP-CD 


0-0-0 


0-0-0 


Wake Forest 


5-8-13 


4-4-8 


12-3-15 


1-1-2 


DNP-CD 


0-0-0 


0-1-1 


Georgia Tech 


6-6-12 


5-4-9 


10-5-15 


0-0-0 


0-0-0 


0-0-0 


0-0-0 


at No. Carolina 


11-7-18 


3-4-7 


13-9-22 


1-2-3 


0-0-0 


0-0-0 


1-1-2 


at Duke 


13-4-17 


6-3-9 


6-8-14 


0-1-1 


DNP-CD 


0-0-0 


1-1-2 


NC State 


8-7-15 


5-4-9 


11-7-18 


0-0-0 


DNP-CD 


0-0-0 


0-1-1 




















Renard Cox 



Defensive Backs 



Solo-Assist-Total 


#1 1 Okanlawon 


#12 Washington #13 Forte 


#20 Cox #2S Crosby #26 Boggs 


#27 T. Jackson #36 P. Jackson #38 Littles 


James Madison 


0-0-0 


1-1-2 


4-3-7 


0-1-1 


4-0-4 


0-0-0 


3-3-6 


5-0-5 


0-0-0 


at Virginia 


2-0-2 


3-3-6 


2-3-5 


0-0-0 


4-2-6 


0-0-0 


1-0-1 


7-2-9 


0-0-0 


at West Virginia 


1-0-1 


3-0-3 


1-4-5 


1-0-1 


2-1-3 


0-0-0 


1-0-1 


9-0-9 


1-0-1 


Temple 


0-0-0 


0-0-0 


7-0-7 


1-0-1 


1-0-1 


0-0-0 


0-0-0 


1-3-4 


2-2-4 


Florida State 


4-1-5 


3-0-3 


3-0-3 


0-0-0 


6-1-7 


DNP-CD 


2-0-2 


6-4-10 


0-0-0 


;U Clemson 


2-2-4 


0-0-0 


DINT 


0-0-0 


5-2-7 


0-0-0 


3-1-4 


7-2-9 


4-1-5 


Wake Forest 


3-0-3 


0-0-0 


DNP-CD 


2-2-1 


7-2-9 


0-0-0 


DNP-INJ 


5-3-8 


4-4-8 


Georgia Tech 


5-1-6 


0-0-0 


5-1-6 


1-0-1 


1-4-8 


DNP-CD 


DNP-INJ 


3-1-4 


1-0-1 


at No. Carolina 


2-0-2 


1-0-1 


6-1-7 


1-1-2 


1-0-1 


0-0-0 


DNP-INJ 


4-3-7 


1-1-2 


at Duke 


5-3-8 


2-0-2 


8-5-13 


3-1-4 


3-2-5 


0-0-0 


DNP-INJ 


1-1-2 


0-0-0 


NC Mate 


6-2-8 


0-2-2 


6-5-11 


1-0-1 


5-1-6 


DNP-CD 


0-0-0 


2-1-3 


0-0-0 















/y - Injury 



CD - Coach's Decision • DNT ■ Did Not Travel 



Tony Okanlawon 



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TEAM GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS 






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SCORE 


FIRST DOWNS Kl Slll\(, 
lot tin ru /'<• So-Yds-TD 


PASSING TOTAL OFF. I'l \/s 

(At ills III I'lVils Vo-Avg 


PVM l'l\ 3RD till TIME OF 
1/1. \o-Yils /AS DNS /'OSS 






Maryland 
inns Madison 


l.\ 
15 


Id j 'i i 12 i2-l 
12 5-7-0 13 109 i 


15-24-0 181 it 66-223 5 58.2 
15 25 -i 15 1 i 58 263 i 18 5 


II II 
2-1 


8-65 Mi ii ii 51:23 
9 "5 5-15 2 I 2S 5" 




[dryland 
i Virginia 


19 
31 


21 I2---2 53-188-2 
20 6-13 I 35-151-2 


11-23-1 isn o 76 538 i SO 5 
16-26-0 225 2 61 576 6 r s 


) . 7 

II 


5 l5 9 1" II 1 | ,011 

7-73 4-11 mi 2"im 




laryiand 
wesl Virginia 


20 

i2 


is 9-4-2 55-165-2 
20 8-12-0 35-175 2 


8 16 o~ ii "i 262 8 59 1 
jii 26-0 29i 1 iii ids i i5 s 


2 1 


10-54 6-18 11 Vi- 
lli il 5-10 o ii 11 13 




Maryland 
raple 


30 

2ll 


11 13-7-2 57-245-2 
in 3-7-0 37-92-1 


9-16-0 155 I 73-380 i is 5 
7-18-0 116 I 55-208 8-4.3.6 


5-2 

1 II 


s in 8-16 on 14 i" 
5 is 5-15 ii 1 2S 20 




Maryland 
orida State 


III 

24 


12 5-3-4 39-133-0 
I 1 . 10-12-1 42-125-0 


9-23-1 64 I 62-19" 6 (6 i 
16-32-0 261 I 74-386 4-35.8 


2-0 
1-1 


8-"8 I 15 II 2 2SSs 

II III 9-19 0-0 31:07 




laryiand 
Clemson 




I 1 , 


in 7-3-0 33-92-0 
18 8-10-0 43-201-1 


9-24-1 80 57-172 10-41.9 
14-25-d ids 2 66-399 5-42.0 


2-0 
0-0 


6-"" 2 15 0-0 26 56 

5-55 7-16 on 33:04 




Maryland 
ake Forest 


10 

20 


16 9-6-1 32-127-0 
20 8-11-1 42-68-0 


17-31-1 20" I 63-334 6-39.2 
22-34-1 225 2 "6-295 5 16.2 


l-l 
3-1 


8-105 5-15 12 2 1 is 

l si 12-20 0-0 55 12 




aryland (atBal 
jorgia Tech 


i 1 1 
31 


15 9-4-2 51-201-1 
l" 9-7-1 59-194-1 


8-22-0 59 73-260 9-34.0 
11-26-0 lis I 65-312 5-38.2 


3-1 


7-47 6- is o-l 53 15 

5-45 2-14 0-1 2d IS 




aryland 
North Carolin; 


13 

24 


13 6-4-3 39-190-2 

1" 10-6-1 44-222-2 


6-21-2 68 60-258 8 Hi 1 
16-28-1 193 I "2-415 6-40.5 


1-1 

11-11 


"-56 3-14 0-1 25:28 
9-72 6-17 1-1 54:22 


i. 


aryland 

Duke 


42 

25 


13 6-5-2 39-260-5 
23 10-10-3 48-171-1 


6-15-2 98 2 54-358 5-40.0 
13-42-" 198 2 90-369 4-43.8 


5-3 
1-0 


7-76 4-12 0-0 25:4.5 
9-109 9-20 1-2 ii 17 


.l'U 


> Maryland 
) State 


21 

35 


in 5-5-0 31-130-3 
29 15-14-0 48-241-2 


8-18-3 149 49-279 4-38.5 

22-59-2 241 1 8"-4S2 3-35.0 


1-0 
0-0 


5-54 4-10 o-l 21 si 
5-40 II 17 11 58:09 














Time 

1 
Mankind 76:10 

Opponents 87 50 

Third C 

l 
ilanhind 10-37 

Pet 27 a 
Ipponents 15-43 

Pet 34.9 

Third 1 
ards i« go 1 -3 
Ian land IA-Vi 


Of Possession 
234 
84 i2 88:29 "4:13 
80 18 77:01 90:47 

Iown Conversions 
2 5 4 OT 
I4-44 16.58 15-43 
31.8 12.1 34.9* 

24-48 12-56 22-45 
50 a 333% 8 9 

Down Breakdown 
4-6 "-10 11 + 
17-25 9-51 Soil 
68.0% 17.6% m if 
14-46 25-56 5-25 
30.4 44.6* 20.0* 

Down Conversions 
234 OT 

1-2 0-1 2-7 

50 0°o 

l-i 3-3 1-5 

Inn I, III 20 


Total 

324:54 

335:06 

Total 

55-162 

34.0% 

-.5-1-2 
-12.-1% 

Total 
55-162 

34.0% 
73-172 

42.4% 

Total 

3-10 

30.0% 

5-10 

50.0% 


Turnovers 
Takeaways - 21 
Giveaways - 24 
Points Off Turnovers 

Ml) -52 ("TD. 1 FG) 

Opp.- 5" (6TD. 5FG) 

Special Teams 
Blocked Kicks (Md.) - 1 (FG) 
Blocked kicks (Opp.) -4(2 FG, P\T. punt) 

Kickoff Coverage 
(Setoffs - Md. 48, ()pp. on 
Fair Catches- Md. 0,Opp. 1 
Touchbacks - Md 8, Opp 24 
Onside Attempts - 

Md 2 in rec i. opp 2 mice > 
Out of Bounds -Md. 0,Opp. 2 

Returns Mowed (Md.) - 38-823(21.7 avg I 
Return-. Vllowed (Opp 1 - 33-577 1 1" 5 avg i 

Avg. Driu- Stan \fter Md. KO - 29 \d. line 
Avg. Driu- Start After Opp. KO - 24 vd. line 


Punt Coverage 

Punts - Md. 69. Opp 54 
Fair Catches - Mil 24. Opp. 5 
Touchbacks - Md. 5. Opp " 
Downed Inside 1(1 - Md 4. Opp. 4 
Downed Inside 2(1 - Md. 12. Opp 

Returns Ulowed (Md.) - 29-159 is s avg I 
Returns Allowed ( Opp. 1 - 29- 180 (6.2 a* g. ) 

Net Punting ( Md. I - 69-2534 I sd " avg. ) 
Nel Punting (Opp.) - 54-212" (.594 avg.) 

Red Zone 
Md Scores/Times in Red Zone 

Scoring Percentage - 94.7% 1 18-19) 
TD Percentage - 47.4% (9-191 
Semes - 18(9TD, 9FG) 
Non-Scores- 1 (interception) 
Opp. Scores/Times in Red Zone 
Sconne, Percentage - 76.3% (29-38) 
TD Percentage - 55-3% (21 
Scores - 29 (19 n>. 10 1 
Non s end of game, 
S missed FG. 1 fumble) 




I'd 
ipponents 
Pet. 

F 

Unkind 

Pet 
pponents 

Pet 


68.6% 
29-45 
64 i 

OURTH 

1 

0-0 

0-1 

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1998 SEASON SUPERLATIVES 



Rushing 
Most Rushing Attempts 

23. LaMont Jordan at Virginia 
Most Rushing Yards 

138, LaMont Jordan vs. Temple 
Most Rushing Touchdowns 

2, LaMont Jordan at North Carolina; LaMont Jordan vs. 

Temple; Matt Kalapinski at West Virginia 
Longest Touchdown Run 

75, Randall Jones at Duke 
Longest Non-Scoring Run 

53. Malt Kalapinski at Virginia 

Passing 
Most Passes Attempted 

24, Ken Mastrole vs. Janies Madison 
Most Passes Completed 

1 5. Ken Mastrole vs. James Madison 
Highest Completion Pet. 

."1-t, Randall Jones (5-7) at West Virginia 
Most Passing Yards 

181, Ken Mastrole vs. James Madison 
Most Passing Touchdowns 

2, Randall Jones at Duke 
longest Touchdown Pass 

68, LaMont Jordan tojermaine Arlington \s. Wake Forest 
Longest Non-Scoring Pass 

56, Randall Jones to Matt Kalapinski vs. NC State 

Receiving 
Most Receptions 

5, Keon Russell vs. Wake Forest; Jermaine Arrington 
vs. James Madison; Moises Cruz vs. James Madison 
Most Reception Yards 

88, Jermaine Arrington vs. Wake Forest 
Most Touchdown Receptions 

1, live limes 



Total Offense 
Most Total Plays 

40, Ken Mastrole vs. James Madison 
Most Total Offensive Yards 

213, Randall Jones at Duke 

All-Purpose 
Most All-Purpose Attempts 

26, LaMont Jordan at Virginia 
Most All-Purpose Yards 

150, LaMont Jordan vs. Wake Forest 

Punt Returns 
Most Punt Returns 

4, Guilian Gary vs. Wake Forest 
Most Punt Return Yards 

44, Guilian Gary vs. Temple 
Longest Non-Scoring Punt Return 

34, Guilian Gary vs. Temple 

Kickoff Returns 
Most Kickoff Returns 

3, Cliff Crosby vs. NC State; Jermaine Arrington at North 
Carolina; Jason llatala at West Virginia 

Most Kickoff Return Yards 

85, Jermaine Arrington at North Carolina 
Longest Non-Scoring Kickoff Return 

44, Jermaine Arrington at North Carolina 

Scoring 
Most Points 

12, LaMont Jordan at North Carolina, LaMont Jordan 

vs. Temple; Matt kalapinski vs. West Virginia 
Most Touchdowns 

2, LaMont Jordan at North Carolina; LaMont Jordan vs. 

Temple; Matt Kalapinski vs. West Virginia 
Most Field Goal Attempts 

4. Brian Kopka (46, 21, 27, 26) vs. James Madison 



Most Field Goals Made 

3. Brian Kopka (23, 42, 2 1 )) vs. Temple; Brian hop! 

(21, 27, 26) vs. James Madison 
Longest Field Goal Attempted 

5", Brian Kopka (blocked) vs. NC State 
Longest Field Goal Made 

46, Brian Kopka at Virginia 

Punting 
Most Punts 

10, Russ Edwards at Clemson 
Best Punting Average 

44. 7, Russ Edwards ("-3 1.3) at West Virginia 
Longest Punt 

58, Russ Edwards at West Virginia 

Interceptions 
Most Pass Interceptions 

3. Cliff Crosby at Duke 
Longest Pass Interception for TD 

52, Cliff Crosby at Duke 
Longest Non-Scoring Pass Interception 

36, Cliff Crosby at North Carolina 

Defense 
Most Total Tackles 

11. Eric Barton at North Carolina 
Most Solo Tackles 

13, Delhert Cowsette vs. NC State; Kendall Ogle at Dul 

Eric Barton at North Carolina; Eric Barton vs. Temp 

Eric Barton at Virginia 
Most Tackles for Loss 

3, Kris Jenkins vs. James Madison (16yards) 
Most Sacks 

2, Peter Timmins vs. Wake Forest (18 yards); Peter; 

Timmins at Duke (12 yards); Rasheed Simmons vs 

Florida State (13 yards) 



1998 GAME-BY-GAME STARTERS 



Game WR 

J Madison Arrington' 

©Virginia *E. James' 

<"\\. Virginia Cheeseboro* 

Temple Arlington 2 

Florida St. Arrington 1 

©Clemson Arrington" 

Wake Forest Arlington' 

Ga. Tech Arrington 6 

<"l NC Arrington" 

<e Duke Arlington" 

NC State Arrington" 

indicates skirled as u tight 



LT 

Messina 12 
Messina 13 

Messina" 

Messina'" 

Messina'" 

Messina" 

Messina'" 

Rezzelle' 

Messina'" 

Messina'" 

Messina' 1 



LG 

Timothy 1 

George' 
George-' 
George' 
George* 
George" 
George 1 ' 
George" 
George" 
George" 
George'" 



C 

Fowler' 
Fowler- 
Fowler 1 
Fowler* 
Fowler" 
Fowler" 
Fowler" 
Fowler" 
Fowler" 
Fowler'" 
Fowler" 



RG 

Wu' 

Wu' 

Wu 1 

Wu* 

Wii" 

Wu" 

Wu" 

Wu" 

Wu" 

Wu 1 " 

Wu" 



Offense 
rt 

Feugill 21 
Feugill 24 

Feugill-'" 
Feugill" 
Feugill'" 
Feugill'" 
Feugill"' 
Feugiir" 
Feugill" 
Feugill' 
Feugill 11 



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Game 

I Madison 
("Virginia 
' § W Virginia 
temple 
Florida St. 
©Clemson 
Wake 
Ga. Tech 
@| NC 
("Duke 
N<; State 



DE 

Simmons' 

Simmons" 

Simmons 

Simmons" 

Simmons" 

Simmons'" 

Simmons" 

Simmons" 

Simmo 

Simmon 

Simmons 



or 

Jenkins' 
|eiikins ; 
Jenkins 1 
Jenkins 1 
Jenkins 1 
Jenkins 1 
Jenkins 
[enkuis 8 

Hill 1 
Hill 

Hill 3 



AT 

Cowsette" 
Cowsette 13 
Cowselle" 
Cowsette 15 

Cowselle"' 

Cowsette 1 

Cowsette" 

Cowsette" 

Cowsette 20 

Cowsette 21 

Cowsette 22 



DE 

Timmins 3 

Tininiins" 

Timmins 

Timmins" 

Timmins' 

rimmins 10 

Timmins 11 

Tininiins 1 ' 

Timmins" 

Timmins 1 ' 1 

Tininiins 1 



ILK 

Barton 23 
Barton 21 

Barlon'' 
Barton 26 

Barlon' 

Barlon" 

Barton 29 

Barlon 1 " 

Barlon ' 

Barlon 

Barton 33 



Defense 
ilb 

Ogle' 1 
Ogle'* 
Ogle 21 
Ogle-" 
Ogle 2 ' 
Ogle'" 
Ogle"' 
Ogle"" 
Ogle" 

Ogle 
Ogle 33 



TE 

Waerig' 

Waerig 2 

Waerig 1 

Waerig 

Waerig 1 

Waerig" 

Waerig" 

Waerig" 

Waerig" 

Waerig'" 

Waerig" 



OLB 

Thompson' 
Thompson 2 
Thompson 3 
Thompson' 
Thompson 5 

Thompson" 
Thompson" 
Thompson" 
Thompson' 
Thompson 10 
Thompson" 



Mastrole' 1 

Mastrole 1 

Mastrole' 

Mastrole" 

Mastrole" 

Jones' 

Jones 2 

Jones 1 

Jones' 

Mastrole 9 

Mastrole 10 



CB 

Washington 8 

Washington 9 

Washington 10 

Washington 11 

Washington 12 

Okanlawon 1 

Okanlawon 2 

Okanlawon 3 

Okanlawon* 1 

Okanlawon 5 

Okanlawon" 



TB 

W'estley 1 

Westley" 

Jordan* 1 

Jordan 1 

Jordan' 

Jordan 7 

Jordan" 

Jordan" 

Jordan'" 

Jordan 1 

Jordan" 



SS 
Forte 1 
Forte ; 
Forte 

linle' 

Forte 5 
T.Jackson 2 

billies' 

Forte 6 
Forte' 
Forte 8 
Forte 9 



FB 

Kalapinski 1 

Kalapinski" 

kalapinski 

kalapinski" 

Kalapinski" 

Kalapinski'" 

Kalapinski" 

Kalapinski 12 

Kalapinski 13 

Kalapinski" 

Kalapinski'" 



FS 

T.Jackson 1 

P.Jackson 2 

P. Jackson' 
P Jackson' 
P. Jackson' 
P.Jackson 6 
P. Jackson' 
l> Jackson" 
P.Jackson 9 

I' l.ukson" 

P Jackson" 



MR 

Cruz" 

Cheeseb 

Cruz" 

Cruz 1 " 

Cruz" 

Cruz 12 

Cruz 11 

Cruz" 

Cruz 11 

Cruz"' 

Cruz" 



CB 

Crosbj 
Crosby' 
Crosby' 
Crosb) 

Ciusbv 

Crosby 1 
Crosby 1 
Crosby 1 
Crosby 1 
Crosby 1 
Crosby 1 



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Maryland 23 
James Madison 15 

Byrd Stadium 
Sept. 5, 1998 



COLLEGE PVKk. Mil — Funic Washington returned an interception 32 yards for 
i touchdown and Maryland scored 13 points off James Madison mistakes in ;i 23-13 
Icton Held lo three field goals in the first half, Maryland (1-0) scored twice in the 
looting seven minutes of the third quarter to go up 25-0 against the Division l-AA 
hikes hi I). 

Four plays after Mail Kalapinski scored the Terrapins' first touchdown on a 1 -yard 
tin. Washington picked off a Greg 



itaddox pass and ran down the left 
jdeline untouched. It was his sec 
mil interception of the game and the 
.co md i if the junior corncrhack's ca- 
ver fhe last Terrapin lo score on an 
nterception return was Mike Thomas, 
|n October 1989. 

Brian Kopka kicked three field 
goals and junior ken Mastrole, mak- 
0g his fourth career stan and first since 
1*6, was !5-for-24for 181 yards. 

The Terrapins played without their 
eading rusher of a year ago, LaMont Jor- 
dan, who had an injured ankle Harold 
Westley started at tailback and gained 
>8 yards on 20 carries. 

The Dukes scored twice in the 
fourth quarter Maddox threw a 15- 
>.uil pass lo Lindsa; Fleshman, who 
501 behind Washington on a fourth- 
down play, and Curtis keaton scored 
'from the 3 with 1:24 left. Maryland 
recovered the onside kick. 

Maddox finished l4-for-24 for 
131 \ arils and Keaton ran for II) 1 ) 
yards, 66 on one fourth-quarter carry. 

Three straight JMl turnovers 
helped the Terrapins lake a 9-0 half- 
time lead Kopka kicked a 2 1 -yard 
field goal alter Madison punter Chris 
W righl fumbled a snap deep in his own 
territory. Five plays later. Maddox 
fumbled when hit h\ \aron Thomp- 
son and Maryland's Eric Barton look 
the ball 16 yards to the 2 1 , setting up 
a 27-yard field goal The Terrapins 
moved 13 \ aids in nine plays before 
Kopka kicked a 26-yarder 14 seconds 
before halftime. 

Brian Kopka 

kicked three 

field goals vs. 

James Madison. 



Box Score 



1st 


2nd 


inl Jib 1 


I. mil's Madison 





II 15 15 


Mankind 





14 2.3 


Second Quarter 






UM-Kopka 21 FG. 


12:05 




UM-Kopka 27 FG, 


":()2 




UM-Kopka 2d FG, 


1:14 




Third Quarter 






t M-Kalapinski 1 run (Kopk 


a kick), 9:36 


UM-Washington 


32 interception return 


(Kopka kick). 8:16 






fourth Quarter 






JMU-Fleshman 


-1 pass 


from Maddox 


(liaston kick). 1-1:35 




|Ml -Keaton 3 run (Jovce pass from 


Maddox), 1:24 








JMl 


IM 


First Downs 


12 


lo 


Rushes-Yards 


33-109 


42-42 


Passing 


154 


IS1 


Comp- \lt-lnt 


15-25-2 


15-24-0 


Return Yards 


1211 


l()d 


Punts-Avg 


4-48.3 


5-38.2 


Fumhles-l.osi 


2-1 


ill) 


Penalties-Yards 


9-75 


8-65 


Time of Possession 


28:37 


31:23 



INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS 

Rl "SHING-James Madison, Keaton 16-109. 
Joyce 9-23, PaytoD 114. McCommons 1-3. 
Wright 1(10). Maddox 5-(-30). Mankind. 
Westlev 20-68, Kalapinski 4-8, R. Jones 2-0. 
Mastrole lb-(-3-t). 

PASSING-James Madison. Maddox 14-24 2 
131. Joyce 1-1-0-23. Maryland, Mastrole 15- 
24-0-181. 

RECEIVING James Madison. Fleshman 5-81). 
Payton 5-32,Joyce 3-28, Griffin 1-13. Keaton 
1-1 Mankind. Arlington 5-78, Cruz 5-62, 
Halala 3-35. Cheeseboro 1-6, VYaerig l-o, 
TACKLES-Janies Madison. Carper 11-11=11. 
Booth 7-1=8, Clark 5-3=8. Maryland, Ogle 
8-4=12. Thompson 9-2=11, Barton 7-2=9, 
Forte 4-5=". 
Art: 30.5-1" 




AME 






Virginia 3 1 
Maryland 19 

Scott Stadium 
Sept. 12, 1998 



( II \ki.ot I ESV nit. \a — Three Mankind running backs ( ombined for 2 50 rush 
ing yards, but u wasn't enough to offset a pair of costly turnovers as the Terrapins' upset 
bid fell short against No. 12-ranked Virginia. Aaron Brooks passed for 225 yards and 
two touchdowns and Thomas Jones scored a late 2 1 -yard touchdown run to help the 
Cavaliers withstand the Terps and come away with a difficult 31-19 victory over Man 
land. 



Virginia (2-0, 1-0 Ulantic Coast 
Conference) opened with a shutout at 
Auburn, earned its highest ranking 
ever going into the second game, and 
was supposed to stroll to its seventh 
straight victory over Maryland. 

Maryland (1-1, 0-1) scored first 
and stayed close despite setting up a 
Virginia touchdown and field goal 
with fumbles and an interception near 
the Virginia goal line. 

After the Terrapins opened the 
scoring with a 46-yard field goal by 
Brian kopka. Brooks directed a 73- 
yard touchdown drive with 12:0" left 
in the second quarter. After Man land 
fumbled away the kickoff return. 
Brooks hit Coffey for a 29-yard TD that 
quickly put Virginia ahead 14-3 

The Terrapins opened the sec- 
ond half with a 65-yard scoring drive 
capped b\ Harold Westley's 30-\ard 
run up the middle. A few plays later, 
however. Brooks found fullback Tyree 
Foreman wide open for a 28-yard 
touchdown and Virginia was back 
ahead h\ two touchdowns 

But late in the third quarter. Matt 
kalapinski hurst through the Virginia 
defense for a 53-yard run. and Kenny 
Rogers plowed into the end zone from 
four yards. On Maryland's next pos- 
session, a 37-yard pass reception b\ 
Jermaine Arrington set up Brian 
Kopka's 25-yard field goal to get Mary- 
land to 24-19. * estley and Kalapinski 
hacked a strong effort by sophomore 
workhorse LaMont Jordan, whose 88 
yards on 2.3 carries helped sustain se\ - 
eral Terrapin drives. 

Three Terp 

backs combined 

for 230 rushing 

YARDS. 



Box Score 



1st 


2nd 3rd 4th F 


.3 


13 3 19 


li 


1" " 7 31 



Man land 

Virginia 

First Quarter 

UM-Kopka 46 FG, 1:09 
Second Quarter 

I V-Foreman 2 run (Bra\erman kick). 12 i2 

UV-Coffej 2 l ) pass from Brooks ( Bravcrman 
kick). 12:07 

lA-Braverman 35 FG. (MO 
Third Quarter 

I M-Wesdej 30 run (Kopka kick). 12:01 

IV-Foreman 28 pass from Brooks 
(Braverman kick). 10:36 

I M Rogers -I run (kick failed). 3:08 
Fourth Quarter 

UM-Kopka 25 FG. 10:54 

UV-Jones 21 run (Braverman kick), " 57 



First Downs 
Rushes-Yards 

Passing Yards 

Comp-Att-Int 

Return Vards 

Punts-Avg 

Fumhles-Lost 

Penalties-Yards 

Time of Possession 



I VI 

21 

53-188 

150 
11-23-1 

20 

4-40.5 
2-2 

i-45 
,,011 



IV 

20 
35-151 

225 
10-20-0 

i3 

6 r 5 
l-i 

7-73 

j- on 



INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS 
RUSHING Maryland. Mastrole SM-46), 
Westle) 12-55. Kalapinski 8-8". Jordan 2.3- 
88. Rogers l-i. Virginia. Brooks 5-18. T.Jones 
17-78, Womack 1 1-48. Foreman 2-7. 
PASSING Maryland. Mastrole 11-25-1-150 
Virginia. Brooks 16-26-0-225. 
RECEIVING Man land. Hatala 124. Jordan 
3-3 1 Waerig 1-8. Arrington 3-58. Cruz 1 - 1 3. 
Westlej 2-10 Virginia. Wilkins 4-0". Baber 
3-30, Coffey 2-45, Foreman 3-50, Washing- 
ton 2-19, IJones 2-14. 
TACKLES-Maniand. Barton 15-1 = 14. Ogle 
7-3= 10. R Jackson 7-2=9, Thompson 5-2=7 
Virginia, Poindexiero-Q=lS. Rainer 3-10=13 
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West Virginia 42 
Maryland 20 

Mountaineer Field 
Sept. 19, 1998 



MORGANTOWN, W Va, — The whiskey bottle and golf halls were the least of 
Maryland's worries as Marc Bulger passed for 293 yards and three touchdowns and 
Amos Zereoue rushed for 135 yards and two scores to lead No. 19 West Virginia to a 
12-20 win. 

Zereoue had 91 yards by halftime against Man land (1-2) and went over 10(1 on 
his first earn of the third quarter. As good as Zereoue was. it was Bulger who guided 
the Mountaineers to their first three 



touchdowns as. he completed 18 of 2 1 
passes for 2~4 yards in the first half. 

West Virginia ( 1-1) took a 7-0 
lead as time expired in the first quar- 
ter when Bulger found Khori Ivy with 
a 9-yard scoring pass. Maryland failed 
to capitalize on two West Virginia turn- 
overs in the first quarter — fumbles 
b\ Bulger at the Maryland 28 and 
Zereoue at midfield. 

After Maryland pulled within 7- 
5 on the first of two 43-yard field goals 
b\ Brian Kopka. West Virginia went up 
28-3 at halftime by scoring on three 
Straight possessions and falling on a 
blocked punt in the end zone. West 
Virginia scored on its first possession 
of the second half and recovered a 
tumble to set up Zereoue's second TD 
lor a 42-3 lead. 

Freshman quarterback Randall 
Jones fumbled away a pitch on his sec- 
ond play from scrimmage to set up 
\\\ I s final score, but commanded the 
Terrapins on two fourth-quarter scor- 
ing drives and l l )2 yards in total of- 
fense, 

Sophomore fullback Matt 
kalapinski scored fourth-quarter 
touchdowns tor Maryland on runs of 
15 and 2 yards. He tallied SO yards 
mi 1 1 carries 

\s t« ir the b hiskey bottle and golf 
balls, West Virginia withstood 1-t pen- 
alties lor I ii yards including three un- 
sportsmanlike penalties for objects. 
thrown onto the held. 



Matt Kalapinski 

rushed for 80 

yards vs. wvu. 




Box Score 



1st 2nd 3rd -ttb F 
Man land 3" 10 20 

WestVirginia 7 21 14 42 
First Quarter 

WVf h\ l ) pass from Bulger (Taylor kick). 0:00 
Second Quarter 

UM-Kopka 43 FG. 10:00 

\Y\I -Zereoue 5 run (Taylor kick). 7:23 

WAt -Foreman 14 pass from Bulger (Taylor 
kick). 3:26 

WVi-Carter recovered blocked punt in end 
zone (Taylor kick), 1:35 
Third Quarter 

WW-Greene 10 pass from Bulger (Tavlor 
kick), 11:02 

WVU-Zereoue 3 run (Taylor kick). 9:23 

UM-halapinski 15 run (kopka kick), 324 
Fourth Quarter 

UM-Kopka 43 FG. 5:30 

UM-Kalapinski 2 run (kopka kick). 0:28 





DM 


WYTJ 


First Downs 


15 


20 


Rushes-Yards 


55-165 


35-175 


Passing 


97 


295 


Comp-Att-Int 


8-16-0 


20-26-0 


Return Yards 


-3 


63 


Punts-Avg 


8-39.1 


4-45.5 


Fumbles-Lost 


2-1 


1-1 


Penalties-Yards 


10-54 


14-141 


Time of Possession 


3" .1" 


2245 



INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS 

RUSHING-Maryland. Kalapinski 11-80, K. 
Jones 1 3- 19, Westley 8-22. Riley 6-7, Rogers 
2-5, Jordan 9-1, Mastrole 6- 1 . WestVirginia. 
Zereoue 24-135. Swoope S- IS. Bulger 3-15, 
A Bnmn 1-8. Lewis 1-0, V Green l-(-l). 
PASSING-Maryland, Mastrole 3-9-0-27, 
R.Jones 5-7-0-70. West Virginia. Bulger 20- 
25-0-293, Lewis 0-1-0-0 
RBCBIVING-Maryland, Cheeseboro 4-6". 
Kalapinski 1-7, Waerig 1-16, Cruz 1-0, 
Blames 1-7. West Virginia, Ivj 5-93, Saunders 
4-56, Foreman 3-45, Zereoue 3-44, Greene 
2-23, Becht 2-4.5. A.Brown 1-9. 
TACKLES Maryland, Barton 8-6=1 i, Thomp- 
son 5-5=8. P. Jackson 9-0=9. Ogle 3-6=9 
WestVirginia, Davis 5-3=8, Thornton 5-2=". 
\tt: 52,279 




Game 



> 



Maryland 3( 
Temple 2i 

Byrd Stadiui 
Sept. 26. 1991 



COLLEGE PARK. Md. — LaMont Jordan ran for a career-high 1 38 yards and tv 
touchdowns, and Man land scored twice in a three-minute span of the fourth quarter i 
pull away to a 30-20 victory over Temple, 

Maryland (1-1) led I6-I4 before Jordan scored on a 27-yard touchdown ru 
with 13:44 left. After a Temple punt, Ken Mastrole threw a 39-yard TD pass to Bruc 
James for a .50-14 lead. The loss kept Temple coach Bohhv Wallace winless in his fir 
season with the Owls (0-4). Temple, 



which has yielded an average of 30 
points per game, kept it close for three 
quarters before collapsing. 

Jordan, who carried 11 times. 
eclipsed his previous high of 1.55 yards 
- set last season in a win against 
Temple. 

The Owls trailed 16-7 before 
Lamond Adams forced a fumble that 
Temple cornerback LeVar Talley took 
10 yards for a touchdown with 3:21 
left in the third quarter. 

The Terrapins responded with 
an 85-yard drive for a 2.5- 1 4 lead. Jor- 
dan ran five times for 48 yards and 
kept the drive alive with a 1 5-yard pass 
to quarterback Randall Jones on a 
third-down trick play 

Temple went three plays before 
punting, and Mastrole found James in 
the right side of the end zone with 
10:49 remaining. It was the first touch- 
down pass since 1996 for Mastrole, 
who alternated with Jones at quarter- 
back the entire game. 

The Terrapins limited the Owls 
to four first downs and 104 yards in 
taking a 15-" halftime lead Man land 
moved 65 yards in seven plays in its 
second possession to go up 7-0. Jor- 
dan accounted for 4" rushing yards on 
the drive, including a 26-yard sweep 
around right end for a touchdown. 
Jones replaced Mastrole at quarterback 
on the Terrapins next possession and 
set up a 23-yard field goal In Brian 
kopka for a 10-0 lead 



LaMont Jordan 

rushed for a 
career-best 138 

YARDS. 



Box Score 



1st 


2nd 


3rd 4th t 


Temple 


-* 


6 20 


Mankind 10 


■> 


5 14 30 


First Quarter 






UM-Jordan 26 run 


(Kopka 


kick), 7:09 


UM-Kopka 23 FG, 


1:32 




Second Quarter 






Tl'-Scott 3 run (Nicholl kick). 10:35 


UM-Kopka 42 FG, 


1:01 




Third Quarter 






UM-Kopka 29 FG, 


4:59 




TU-Talley 10 fumble rerun 


(Nicholl kick' 


Fourth Quarter 






UM-Jordan 2" run 


(Kopka 


kick). 1.5: 44 


UM-B.James39pa 


ss from Mastrole (Kopka 


kick), 10:49 






Tl-C. Johnson 15 


pass from Muckersoi; 


(run failed). 1:33 








Til 


UM 


First Downs 


111 


11 


Rushes-Yards 


37-92 


5"-245 


Passing 


116 


155 


Comp-Att-Int 


7-18-0 


9-16-0 


Return Yards 


70 


86 


Punts-Avg 


8- 13.6 


4-43.5 


Fumbles Lost 


10 


?-l 


Penalties-Yards 


5-4.5 


8-64 


Time of Possession 


25:20 


54:40 



106 



1999 MAR 




INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS 

RISIIING-Temple. Jackson 12-4". Mack ? 
14. Muckersoi) 7-12, Butler 1-8. Scott 8-6, 
McKie 2-5. Maryland, Jordan 22-138 
kalapinski I i-73, R Jones 6-24, Westlej 8 
it. Hatala 1-8, Mastrole 6 (-12) 

PASSING Temple. Muckerson 5-10-0-61 
Scott 2-8-0-55. Maryland, Mastrole 7-13-0 
104. R.Jones 1-2 -0-16. Jordan 1-1 15 
RFXF.IVING-Templc, Gilliard 2-28, C 
Johnson 2 23, Mack I 59, McBride 1-16 
Khamis 1-10. Mankind, \rringion 3 33, ClU 
2-21. B.James 1-59. Russell 1-10. R |one 

1-15, Cheeseboro in 

TACKI.KS Temple, I Washington " 5=10 
Vlanis" 1=8, Talley 6-2-8 Maryland, Barton 
13-4= 17, Ogle 5-3=8, Thompson 5-3=8. 
Forte 7-0=7, Timmins 1-3=7. 
Alt: 27,047 



~FF 



'[TAT-r- 




Game 




Florida State 24 
Maryland lO 

Byro Stadium 
Oct. 3. 1998 



COLLEGE PARK, Mel — ifter Florida Stale took the opening Wckoff and moved 

'lunls 111 sis plays fora 7-0 lead with cim- h appeared evident lhataSeminoles' nun 

I Maryland was underwaj But not (his time The opening score turned out in be the 

'nl\ touchdown for the ninth ranked Seminoles, who overcame a pairol turnovers and 

villi Maryland defense to squeeze out a 24-10 victor) 

Sebastian Janikowsld kicked five field goals and Chris Weinke passed for 201 
(.ircK for 1 SI . hm the game hardh re- 
Jembli 



bled the previous six meetings be 
veen these teams ili.u have hern de- 
iilcil h\ an average <>l 39 points over 
ie last six years. 

fhe Seminoles (4-1,2-1 ACQ 
cored on their first lour possessions 
titled only 10-lOai halltime Buoyed 
j growing confidence, the Maryland 
efense held the Seminoles from scor- 
ig in sLxol their final eight possessions 

Hie Seminoles amassed 1 1 1 
ards in penalties and Peter Warrick 
isl two fumbles mi punt returns, 
laryland (2 5 0-2) also denied FSl 
In 10 nl 19 third-down situations. 
h iv ii not forjanikowski. whose five 
ield goals tied ;i school record, 
loriiki State would have been in deep 
Able. Janikowsld connected from 
". 47, 4S. 23 and 36 yards and 
liv-cil from 47 

\ 14-yard touchdown pass from 
landall Jones to Moists Cruz put Mary- 
iml on the scoreboard and a 24-yard 
eld goal from Brian Kopka pulled the 
errapins within six The Terrapins 
we still within eight points late in the 
lird quarter despite a Jones fumble in 
K end /one for an FSl safet) 

Florida State eventual!) wore 
lown Maryland behind tailback Jeff 
haney. who gained 1 53 yards on 30 
irries in his first college start. 
inikowski's fourth field goal staked 
K Si minolesto a 21-10 lead and his 
Iftfa made u 2i 10 with 11:01 left, 
faryland recovered Warrick's second 
■able with 7 12 remaining at the FSl 
2. hm could not score 

Maryland held 
the 'noles to 

JUST ONE 
TOUCHDOWN. 



Box Score 



1st 
13 

n 



2nd 3rd 



ith 

3 

l) 



F 

2-1 
II) 



Florida State 

Maryland 10 

First Quarter 

FSl -Coles 58 pass hum Weinke (lanikouski 

kick) 12:30 

FSl -lanikouski 27 FG, 8:07 

1st Minkowski r FG, 323 
Second Quarter 

I \l ('in/ I i pass hum R Jones (kopka 
kick), 14:15 

FSl'-Janikouski IS FG. 11:13 

I \l Kopka 24 FG, 2:08 
Third Quarter 

FSl -Safety, Wu tackled in end /one. 8:20 

FSl -lanikouski 23 FG, 3:07 
Fourth Quarter 

FSl Jamkouski 36 FG, 11:01 



First Downs 
Rushes Yards 
Passing 
Comp-Ait-lnt 
Return Yards 
Punts tog 
Fumbles- Lost 
Penalties-Yards 

Time of Possession 



FSL 

IS 
42-125 

201 

16-32-0 

89 

1-35.8 

2-2 

II III 

51 07 



l!M 

12 

39-133 

64 
9-23-1 

31 
6-36.3 

2-0 
8-78 
28:53 



INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS 
RUSMNG-Florida State. Chane) 30-133, 
Skaggs 3-9, McCray 1-1, Warrick 2-0, Glenn 
1-3. Feaster 1-0, Weinke h 21). Maryland, 
Jordan 10-49, Westle) 7-37, Irrington I -26. 
Jones 6-10, kalapinski 13-10, Mastrole 2-1. 
PASSING Florida State. Weinke 10-32-0-261. 
Mankind. Mastrole 2-8-1-12. R.Jones 6-14- 
0-46, Edwards 1-1-0-6 
RECEIVING-Florida State. Warriek 5-80, 
Dugans 5- , Coles4-74, Minnis 2-30 Man- 
land. Arlington 3-30. Jordan 2-8. Cruz 1-14, 
llatala 1-7, Thompson l-6,Westlej I-(-l). 
TACKLES-Florida State. Jackson 4-5=9, 
Green 4-4=8, Allen 2-3=5 Maryland, Ogle 8- 
8=16, ( owsette 8-5=13, P Jackson o--i=10. 
Art: $3,134 




Game 



6 



Clemson 23 
Maryland O 

Clemson Stadium 
Oct. lO, 1998 



CLEMSON si; — Brandon Streeter, benched onlj a week earlier, returned to 
throfl for l')l yards and two touchdowns as Clemson broke its worst losing streak in 
IS years with a 23-0 Melon over Mankind 

The low scoring game was more than enough for the Tigers (2-4, I 3 Mlanlii 
Coast Conference), who were reeling alter lour consecutive losses and scored two 
fourth-quarter touchdowns to pul the game away 

The time looked right for the Terps 



(2 i. 0-3) to break through agamsi 
Clemson. But the Maryland offense di 
reeled b\ Randall Jones, the first line 
freshman Oli starter in Terrapin history, 
managed just 172 total yards. 

Streeter's 3 I -yard pass in 
Marcus Martin led to David 
Richardson's 12-yard field goal 
Streeter set up Clemson 's touchdown 
with a 17-yard throw to Brian 
Wofford, then found Martin on a 
square-oul to the right side Martin 
wriggled awa) from a defender and 
dived into the end zone 

Streeter added a 28-yard scor 
ing pass to Wofford and Travis Zacher) 
had a 26-yard scoring run. both with 
under four minutes to play. 

Clemson s defense, third overall 
in the MX, made sure the lead held 
up with its fourth shutout of Mankind 
since 1993 

Jones, given the |oh after keep- 
ing the Terps close in a 24-10 loss to 
Florida State a week earlier, was t-ol 
I I in the Inst hall Jones was lifted 
after three second-half series and fin- 
ished "-of- IS with 00 \ards 

Mankind was led offensive!) In 
running bai k I aMont Jordan, who car- 
ried 1 -i times for 83 urds. and receiver 
Jermaine Arlington, who finished with 
a team-high three receptions On de- 
fense, four Terrapins reached double 
figures in total tackles: linebacker 
Kendall Ogle (13). defensive end Pe- 
ter limmins (12). linebacker Eric 
Barton (II) and nose tackle Delbert 
Cowsette (11). 

Jones became 
the Terps' first 



Box Score 



1st 


2nd 


3rd 


ill) 1 


Man land 





(i 


(1 


Clemson o 


Hi 


it 


13 2 s 


Second Quarter 








(1 Richardson iJ It, 1 ii 






CI Martin 11 


pass from 


Streeter 


(Richardson kick). 


1 is 






Fourth Quarter 








CI Wofford 28 


pass 


rom 


Streeter 


I Richardson kick). 


i i.S 






CI -Zachen 20 nil 


(kick failed 


. 1 02 




I'M 




f.l 


First Downs 


Hi 




18 


Rushes-Yards 


is-IJ 




13-201 


Passing 


Ml 




108 


Comp-Ut-Int 


9-24-1 




l.'vll 


Return Yards 


10 




SI 


PlintS-Avg 


10-41.9 




s-i2 


Funihles-I.osi 


2-0 




0-0 


Penalties'! arils 


6-77 




Vis 


Time of Possession 


20 s(, 




53:04 



INDIVIDl AL STATISTICS 

RTSHING-Manlanil. Jordan 14-83 Weslle) 
i lo. Kalapinski i-l i, Jones 6-3, \rnngton 
1-2. Mastrole i-( 2(0 Clemson. Zacher) 10- 
93, Vustin 9-61, Qurciu 11-24, Witherspoon 
Sis. Dantzler 2-8. 

PASSING-Maryland, Jones 7-18-0-69, 
Mastrole 2-0-1-1 1 Clemson. Streeter 13-22- 
0-191. Dantzler 1-1-0" 
RECEIVIVG-Manlaml. Unnglon i 25 
Hatala 2-9. Cruz 1-21, Russell 1-14, Jordan 
1-7, Cheeseboro 1-4. Clemson. Martin 6-97, 
Wofford 5-63, \uslin 1-17, Lawyer 1-12. 
Gardner 1-9. 

TACKLES-Manlanil. Ogle 7-6=13, Timmins 
8--)= 1 2, Barton 6-5=1 1 , Cowsette 7-4= HP 
Jackson "-2 = 0. Clemson. Jones "-2=9. 
Edwards 6-0=6, Childress 6-0=6. 
Ut 70,000 



199 



'J7TAFYr-/;r r P tfff 




£■ FCtZTHA 






107 




„ = ^_ : 1 1-..-, .,■, ,; 






Game 




Wake Forest 20 
Maryland lO 

Byrd Stadium 
Oct. 17, 1998 



COLLEGE PARK, Md. — Desmond Clark caught two touchdown passes and be- 
came the leading receiver in Atlantic Coast Conference history as Wake Forest built a 
17-point halftone lead and held on to beat Maryland, 20-10. 

Brian Kuklick went 22-for-34 for 225 yards passing to lead Wake Forest. The 
Demon Deacons (3-3, 2-1 ACC) scored on three of their first four drives and outgained 
Maryland, 205-99, in the decisive first half. 

The Terrapins (2-5, 0-4) closed 



to 17-10 late in the third quarter and 
turned the tables to outgain the Dea- 
cons 235-88 in the second half, but 
Wake Forest used an interception to 
set up the game-clinching field goal 
with 3:27 remaining. 

LaMont Jordan ran for 132 yards 
and threw a 68-yard touchdown pass 
off the halfback option, but the Terra- 
pins lost their third straight to go 0-4 
in the ACC for the first time since 1992. 

Clark had eight receptions for 
112 yards. The (i-foot-3 senior has 
200 catches in his career, seven more 
than Jermaine Lewis had with Mary- 
land from 1992-1995. Thanks heavily 
to Kuklick and Clark, Wake Forest won 
a second straight over Maryland for 
the first time since 1968. 

Wake Forest moved 47 yards in 
its opening drive before Matthew 
Burdick kicked a 46-yard field goal. 
The Demon Deacons made it 10-0 
with a methodical 12-play drive that 
ended with a 26-yard pass to Clark on 
the third play of the second quarter. 
Clark and Kuklick again ended Wake 
Forest's next drive, making it 1 7-0 with 
a 9-yard score on a third-down play. 

Maryland snapped a scoring 
drought of 92 minutes midway 
through the third quarter. Jordan 
took a pitchout, rolled to his right 
and lofted an end-over-end pass thai 
Jermaine Arlington caught between 
two defenders before weaving his way 
to the end zone. 



Maryland's 
second-half 
comeback bid 

fell short. 



Box Score 



1st 2nd 


3rd 4th F 


Wake Forest 3 14 


3 20 


Mai-vland 


10 10 


first Quarter 




WF-Burdick 46 FG, 10:57 




Second Quarter 




WF-Clark 26 pass from Kuklick (Burdick 


kick), 14:06 




WF-Clark 9 pass from Kuklick (Burdick 


kick), 6:50 




Third Quarter 




UM-Arrington 68 pass fro 


n Jordan 


(Kopkakick), 7:33 




UM-Kopka 36 FG, 0:09 




Fourth Quarter 




WF-Burdick 34 FG, 3:27 




WF 


UM 


First Downs 20 


16 


Rushes-Yards 42-68 


32-127 


Passing 225 


207 


Comp-Att-Int 22-34-1 


17-31-1 


Return Yards 51 


88 


Punts-Avg. 5-46.2 


6-39.2 


Fumbles-Lost 3-1 


1-1 


Penalties-Yards 4-31 


8-105 


Time of Possession 35:12 


24:48 



INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS 

RUSHING-Wake Forest, Kane 20-4 1 , Gary 9- 

29, Shaw 2-6, McCoy 2-4, Kuklick 9-(-12). 

Maryland, Jordan io-132, Westley 3-10, 

Kalapinski 1-4, Mastrole 2-1, R.Jones 5-(-9), 

Hatalal-(-ll). 

PASSING-Wake Forest, Kuklick 22-34- 1-225. 

Maryland, Jones 6-10-1-81, Mastrole 10-20- 

0-58, Jordan 1-1-0-68. 

RECEIVIING-Wake Forest, Chirk 8-112, Deese 

5-47, Chalmers 3-34, Lik 2-14, Stone 2-10, 

Kane 1-4. Zelenka 1-4. Maryland Russell 5- 

50, Jordan 4-18, Arlington 3-88. Kalapinski 

1-31, Halala 1-8, Cruz 1-7, Waerig 1-6, Westley 

l-(-l). 

TACKLES-Wake Forest, Muyres 5-7=12, 

Bender 2-5=7. Maryland, Barton 12-3=15, 

Ogle 5-8=13, Timmins 7-3=10, Crosby 7- 

2=9. 

Att: 23.419 




Game 




Georgia Tech 3 
Maryland 1 

NFL Stadium at Camden Yarc: 
Oct. 31, 199 ! 



BALTIMORE — Dez White returned a kickoff 100 yards and Joe Burns' 44-ya 
touchdown run sparked a third-quarter surge that carried No. 23 Georgia Tech p 
Maryland, 31-14, in an Atlantic Coast Conference game. 

Georgia Tech (6-2, 5-1 ACC) managed only 95 yards, missed two field goal tri 
and didn't score on offense during a I4-I4 first half. But the Yellow Jackets amass 
149 yards in the third quarter and outscored Maryland, 17-0, to pull away. 

Burns, a freshman, finished with 



179 yards on 20 carries. Quarterback 
Joe Hamilton, who suffered a hip 
pointer injury in the Florida State game 
a week earlier, finished 1 l-for-26 for 
1 18 yards after going 6-for-16 for 58 
yards before halftime. 

Maryland (2-6, 0-5) lost its 
fourth straight. The Terrapins led 14- 
7 after the first quarter, but never 
scored again. Freshman quarterback 
Randall Jones scored on a 40-yard run 
but was 4-for-15 for 27 yards. 

"Our biggest nemesis is getting 
things going with our passing game," 
Maryland coach Ron Vanderlinden 
said. "We run the ball well enough to 
win. but we have to find a passing at- 
tack." 

Georgia Tech wasted little time 
taking control in the pivotal third quar- 
ter. .After Maryland missed a field goal, 
the Yellow Jackets covered 71 yards 
in five plays in a drive capped by 
Burns' touchdown run off an option 
pitch. 

A Mankind fumble was quickly 
converted into a 39-yard field goal by 
Brad Chambers, and Georgia Tech 
made it 31-14 when Hamilton capped 
a 65-yard drive with a 12-yard touch- 
down pass to Ed Wilder. 

Mankind running back LaMont 
Jordan eclipsed the 100-yard rushing 
plateau by totaling 102 yards on 19 
carries. 

The game was played at 
Baltimore's new NFL Stadium at 
Camden Yards, the first Division I 
game to be played at the venue, 

A PIVOTAL THIRD 

QUARTER LIFTED 

THE No. 23 

Jackets. 



2nd 3rd 


■Mi e 


7 17 


31 





14 



Box Score 



1st 

Georgia Tech 
Maryland 14 

First Quarter 

I'M-Timniins 32 fumble return (Kopk 
kick), 13:14 

GT-White 100 kickoff return (Chamber 
kick), 12:56 

UM-Jones 40 run (Kopka kick), 2:14 
Second Quarter 

GT-Caldwell 19 fumble return (Chamber 
kick), 9:24 
Third Quarter 

GT-Burns 44 run (Chambers kick), 8:25 

GT-Chambers38FG,6:15 

GT- Wilder 12 pass from Hamilton (Cham 
bers kick), 0:07 





GT 


UM 


First Downs 


17 


15 


Rushes-Yards 


39-194 


51-201 


Passing 


118 


59 


Comp-Att-Int 


11-26-0 


8-22-0 


Return Yards 


288 


57 


Punts-Avg. 


5-38.2 


9-34.0 


Fumbles-Lost 


3-1 


2-2 


Penalties-Yards 


5-45 


7-47 


Time of Possession 


26:15 


33:45 



INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS 

RUSHING-Georgia Tech, Burns 2(1- P'l 

Rogers 1 1-25. Wilder 2-5, Hamilton 6-1-151 

Mankind, Jordan 19-102, R.Jones 16-55 

Kalapinski 6-31, Westley 3-9. Whinner 1- 

Hatala 1-3, Riley 3-2, Mastrole 2(4). 

PASSING-Georgia Tech, Hamilton 11-26-0 

118. Maryland, Jones 4-15-0-27, Mastrole 1 

7-0-32. 

RECErVING-Georgia Tech, white 3-4 1 

Wilder 2-26, Burns 2-24. Campbell 2-1 1 

Sheridan 2 15. Mankind, Cm/ 2-17, Jorda 

2-12, Hatala 2-1 1, Waeng 1-10. Arlington I 

9. 

TACKLES-Georgia Tech. Bostic 8-3=11 

Cameron 3-6=9, Miller 3-4=7, Maryland 

Barton 10-5= 1 5, Ogle 6-6= 1 2, Thompson, 

1=0. 

Att: 25.l,S.i 



108 



I ,- .z. 



■ ? 



i/ a I: 



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Game 




No. Carolina 24 
Maryland 13 

Kenan Stadium 
Nov. 7, 1998 



CHAPEL MILL, N.C. — Na Brown caught ;i 44-yard touchdown pass and had a 
i<-ui d touchdown run nn consecutive plays from scrimmage in the second quarter lo 
lp North Carolina defeat Maryland 24-13. 

Deon Dyer added a fourth-quarter touchdown on a 1-yard plunge and Todd Met Ice 
i kcil .1 iJ yard field goal to lead the Tar Heels. 

LaMont Jordan scored mice on rims ol 49 and SO yards for Maryland (2-~. 0-6 
fcC), the second coming with 1:25 re- 



laining in die game. The Terrapins 
ied an onside kick hut North Caro- 
na recovered and ran out the clock 

Brown's first-ever run from 
mnunage and subsequent touch- 
mn gave North Carolina (4-4. $-2) 
6 lead for good with 3:29 left in the 
■cond quarter 

Maryland led 7-0 midway 
[rough the second quarter after Jor- 
m danced 49 yards along the right 
mine for a touchdown. Jordan's run 
lis the longest given up In North 
Molina through eight games and 
nped a five-play, 99-yard dine. It 
H the longest of the sophomore s ca- 
ll and the longest TD run In the Ter- 
pins since a 60-yard run In Geroj 
mon in the same stadium wo years 
o. 

North Carolina answered on the 
■\t series w uh a four-play drive, end- 
gwhen Brown sneaked behind the 
■rrapins' defense and caught a pass 
'in Ron Curn to tie the game at 7-7 

On North Carolina s next often- 
e play, Brown took a handoff from 
jilback Rufus Broun on a reverse and 
mated untouched down the left side- 
ic. escorted In a convoy of Tar Heel 
lakers. Brown finished the game with 
.i2 yards on seven receptions. 

Jordan's final score of 50 yards 
,ished him over the 100-yard mark 
rthe fourth time this season. He fin- 
led with I. iii vards on 1" carries. 



Jordan scored 
on runs of 49 
and 50 yards. 



Box Score 





1st 


2nd 


3rd 


■tth P 


Man land 





7 





6 13 


North Carolina 





14 


3 


_ 24 


Second Quarter 








1 M Ionian 49 


run 


(Kopka 


kick),":20 


1 NC-N. Brown 44 p 


ass Fron 


Curry (McGee 


kick). 6:07 










1 NC- N.Brown 


48 run (McGee kick), 3:29 


Third Quartet 










UNC-McGee32 


FG 


4:10 






Fourth Quarter 








1 NC-Dyer 1 run (McGee kick). 


6: 1 4 


1 M-Jordan 50 


run 


(pass failed 


. 1:25 






1 M 




11NC 


First Downs 




13 




17 


Rushes-Yards 




39-190 




44-222 


Passing Vards 




68 




193 


Comp-Alt-Int 




6-21-2 




16-28-1 


Return Vards 




169 




37 


Punts-Avg. 




8-40.1 




6-40.5 


Fumhles-Lost 




2-2 




0-0 


Penalties-Yards 




7-56 




9-72 


Time of Possession 


25:28 




54:32 



INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS 

Rl'SHING-Maryland, Jordan 17-136, 
Kalapinski "-59. Westlev 6-20, Rogers 1-1. 
Mastrole 4-(-8), Jones 4-1-18). N. Carohna. 
Cuny 8-75, N. Brown 1-48. Anderson 9-47, 
Dyer 10-32. R Brown 9-28, Saunders 3-9, 
Cart) l-(-2). Davenport 3-1-15). 
PASSING-Maryland. Mastrole 5-18-2-5". 
Jones 1-3-0-11. Y Carolina. Davenport 12- 
20-0-1 13. Curry 4-8-1-80. 
RECEIVING-Maryland. Waerig 4-40, 
Arlington 1-30. Jordan l-(-2). N. Carohna. 
Y Brown 7-142, Bailey "-51. Griffin 1-25. R 
Brown l-(-3). 

TACKLES -Manland. Barton I3 : 9=22, Ogle 
11-~=1S. Forte 6-1=7, Cowsette 4-5=". P. 
Jackson 4-3=7, Thompson 5-4=". Timmins 
5-4=". N. Carolina. Spoon 8-0=8. Newman 
5-1=6. 
Att: 51,200 




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Maryland 42 
Duke 25 

Wallace Wade Stadium 
Nov. 14, 1998 



1)1 KM AM. N.C. — Randall Jones threw for two touchdowns and ran for one as 
Manland beat Duke 42-25. Manland recorded an Atlantic Coast Conference- record 
seven interceptions and the Terps (3-7, 1-6 \CC) scored 28 points off Blue Devils 
turnovers. 

The loss guaranteed Duke (4-6, 2-5) a fourth consecutive losing season and 
dashed long-shot hopes of qualifying for a bowl. 

Jones was just 6-of-13 for 98 



yards with one interception, hut he 
made touchdown throws of 28 yards 
to Moises Cruz and 5 yards to Matt 
Kalapinski. Jones also rushed II times 
for 1 15 yards, most coming on a 75- 
yard touchdown, the longest run b\ a 
Manland player since Willie Joyner's 
84-yard run vs. North Carolina in 
1082. 

Duke quarterback Bobhv 
Campbell accounted for three TDs but 
the Blue Devils could not overcome 
their mistakes. 

Manland tied the game 1 4-1 4 
in the first quarter on a 50-yard re- 
verse by Jermaine Arlington and a 28- 
yard touchdown pass from Jones to 
Cruz. Jones gave Maryland a 21-1" 
lead, its first, with 1 1:5" remaining in 
the half on his 75-yard sprint through 
the right side. 

LaMont Jordan pushed 
Man land's lead to 35- 1 " on a 46-yard 
romp around left end with 10:50 left 
in the game. Jordan ended up with 68 
yards on 15 carries. 

Duke cut Maryland's lead to 35- 
25 with a 22-yard touchdown pass 
from Campbell to Richmond Flowers 
and a 2-point conversion throw to 
Terrence Dupree. 

Maryland's Cliff Crosby iced it 
with a 52-yard TD return of his third 
interception of the game. Renard Cox 
got the seventh interception off 
Campbell with 26 seconds to play. 



The Terps tied a 
school record 
by picking off 
seven passes. 



Box Score 



1st 


2nd 


3rd 


4th I 


14 


~ 


~ 


1 1 12 


14 


3 





8 25 



Mankind 
Duke 
First Quarter 
Dl -Campbell I run (Mapes kick), 8:41 

1)1 -Hart 19 pass from Campbell ( Mapes 
kick), 7:39 

I M-Arrington 50 run (knpka kick). 4:12 

I'M-Cruz 28 pass from Jones (Kopka 
kick). 0:22 
Second Quarter 

Dl -Mapes 58 FG, i 5 28 

IM-Jones "5 run (Kopka kick). 1 1:5" 
Third Quarter 

UM-Kalapinski 3 pass from Jones (Kopka 
kick). 5:50 
Fourth Quarter 

IM-Jordan 46 run 1 Kopka kick). 10:59 

DL-Flowers 22 pass from Campbell 
(Dupree pass from Campbell). 9:45 

L'M-Crosby 52 interception return (Kopka 
kick). 7:02 



First Downs 
Rushes-Yards 
Passing Vards 
Comp-An-Int 
Return Vards 
Punts 

Fumbles-Lost 
Penal lies-iards 
Time of Possession 



IM 
13 

50-260 

98 
6-15-2 

107 

5-40(1 

5-3 
7-76 

25:43 



Dl 

2s 

48-171 

198 

1342-7 

18 
143.8 

1-0 
9-109 
34:1" 



INDIVIDl AL STATISTICS 

RISHING \lanland. Jones 11-115. Jordan 
15-68. Arrington 1-50, Westlev '-11. 
Kalapinski 5-5. Duke, Hill 27-124, Wilks II- 
44. Campbell 7-21, Romine 2-( -8 1 . Montgom- 
ery 1(10). 

PASSING-Maryland, Mastrole 0-1-0-0, Jones 
(vl 5-1-98. Riley 0-1-1-0. Duke. Campbell 12- 
37-7-178, Romine 1-5-0-20. 
RECEIVING Manland W aerig 269, Cn 
Russell 1-25. Westlev 1-5. Kalapinski 1-3 Duke. 
Flowers 4-76, Montgomen 3-60, Dupree 2-24. 
Han 1-19. Moore 1-16, Wilks 1-3. Hill 1-0 
TACKLES-Manlanddde 13-4=1". Cow serte 
10-5=15, Barton 6-8=1 4. Forte 8-5=13. Th- 
ompson 6-5=9. Okanlawon 5-3=8. Duke. 
Burdine 4-8=12. Clark 4-5=9. Hollev 2 
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Game 

11 

NC State 35 
Maryland 2 1 

Byrd Stadium 
Nov. 21, 1998 



COLLEGE PARK. Md. — Jamie Barnette threw for 24 1 yards and capped a pivotal 
20-play drive with a touchdown pass as North Carolina State clinched a bowl bid by 
beating Mankind 35-21. 

NC State (7-3, 5-2 ) fought back from a 7 -6 halftime deficit with two diverse third- 
quarter touchdowns. Mankind (3-8. 1-" 7 ) twice got within seven points, but never threat- 
ened to get even. 

The Wolfpack took the lead for good with a 20-play, 80-yard drive that lasted 
nearly 10 minutes and ended with a 9-yard TD pass to Chris Coleman. Five plays later. 
Lloyd Harrison returned a blocked 



field goal for a 57-yard score. 

Barnette completed 11 of 30 
passes and NC State's Torry Holt had 
eight catches, giving him an ACC- 
record ""9 receptions in a season. 

Ray Robinson enhanced the 
ACC's top-ranked offense by rushing 
for 1 1 1 yards and Coleman had seven 
catches for 71 yards. LaMont Jordan 
ran for 109 yards and a touchdown 
for the Terrapins to finish the year with 
906 yards rushing, the ninth-best 
single-season total in school history. 

Barnette was 4-for-4 on the 
\\ olfpacks lengthy drive at the outset 
of the second half. Maryland then 
moved into NC State territory, but 
Harrison scored after Bobbie Gotten 
blocked a 57-yard field goal try. Mary- 
land closed to 21-14 on a touchdown 
run by Jordan before the Wolfpack 
countered with an 8-yard TD run by 
Harold Jackson. 

Randall Jones threw a 56-yard 
pass to Matt Kalapinski and then 
scored on a short run for Mankind, 
but the Wolfpack iced the victory with 
their fourth second-half touchdown 
with 3:25 remaining. 

Neither offense could put to- 
gether a decent scoring drive in the 
first half until Maryland moved 67 
yards in the second quarter following 
an interception by Eric Barton. Jason 
Hatala gave the Terrapins a 7-3 lead 
with a 21 yard reverse 



Box Score 



1st 


2nd 


3rd 


4th 


F 


3 


3 


15 


14 


35 





7 


7 


■7 


21 



NC State 
Mankind 
First Quarter 

NCS-Deskevich 2" FG, 11:39 
Second Quarter 

UM-Hatala2I run (Kopkakick), 1:51 

NCS-Deskevich 26 FG, 0:13 
Third Quarter 

NCS-Coleman 9 pass from Barnette 
(Barnette run). 5:17 

NCS-Harrison 57 blocked field goal return 
(Deskevich kick), 3:06 

UM-Jordan 3 run (Kopka kick), 1:38 
Fourth Quarter 

NCS-H. lackson 8 run (Deskevich kick), 
12:18 

UM-R. Jones 8 nin (Jordan kick), 10:15 

NCS-Butler 2 mn (Deskevich kick), 3:25 



First Downs 
Rushes-Yards 
Passing Yards 
Comp-Att-Int 

Return Yards 
Punts-Avg. 
Fumbles-Lost 
Penalties-Yards 
Time of Possession 



NCS 

29 
48-241 

241 
22-39-2 

67 

3-35.0 

0-0 

5-40 

38:09 



UM 

10 

31-130 

149 

8-18-3 
129 

4-38.5 
1-0 
3-34 

21:51 



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p his fifth 1 oo- 
yard rushing 

GAME. 



INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS 
RUSHING-NC State, Robinson 15-1 11, Spikes 
17-59, Johnson 3-22, Butler 6-15, Barnette 
3-13, Jackson 1-8, Holt 1-7, Clark 2-6. Mary- 
land. Jordan 20-109, Hatala 1-21. R.Jones 8- 
1, Kalapinski 2-(-l). 

PASSING-NCState, Barnette 22-39-2-24 1 . Man 
land, R.Jones 8-16-2-149. Mastrole 0-2-1-0. 
RECEIVING NC Suite, Holt 8-86, Coleman 7-71, 
Hamrick 346, Butler 1-20, Spikes 1-15. D Smith 
19, Robinson l-(-4). Maryland, James 3-42. 
Kalapinski 1-56, Arlington 1-15, Jordan I -13, 
Russell l-12,Waerig 111 
TACKLES-NO State. Fisher i -3 =7, Redd 5 
3=6. Mankind, Barton 11-7=18, Ogle 8- 
7=15,Cowsette 1 5-2= 1 5, Forte 6-5= II. 
\tt: 21,589 




Freshmen starters Randall Jones ( 1 ) and Melvin Fowler, Jr. (67) return as 
sophomores in 1999, 




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Tidbits 

•Quarterback Boomer 
Esiason (left) led the 
Terps to the 1983 ACC 
championship, one of 
10 conference titles 
won by the Terps over 
the years. 

•in 1963, Maryland 
halfback Darryl Hill 
became the first 
African-American to 
play football in the 
ACC. 

• Thirty-two Terp 
coaches have 
combined to lead 
Maryland to 526 wins 
entering the 1999 
season. 



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I n This 
Section. . . 

Annual Records and Finishes ... 112 

All-Time Composite Totals 113 

Coaching History 114 

Year-by- Year Results 115 

Mi-Time Series Results 122 

Ill-Time Series 125 

Terps in the Final Rankings 126 

Ail-Time Lettermen 127 




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ANNUAL RECORDS AND FINISHES 

Annual won-loss records since 1892. SAIM-South Atlantic Intercollegiate Athletic Association. SC-Soutbem Conference. ACC-Atkntic Coast Conference. 





Overall 














Conf. 


Conf. 


Final AP 




Year 


Record 


H 


A 


N 


PF PA 


Conf. 


Rec. 


Finish 


Coach Rank Bowl Game 




1892 


0-3-0 


0-1-0 


0-1-0 


0-1-0 


(0.0 


128(42.7) 








Will Skinner 




1893 


6-0-0 


5-0-0 


1-0-0 




104(17.3 


16(2.7) 








Samuel Harding 




1894 


4-3-0 


3-0-0 


1-3-0 




106(15.1 


76(10.9) 








J.G. Bannon 




1895 


NO TEAM 






















1896 


6-2-2 


5-2-2 


1-0-0 




112 (11.2 


34 (3.4) 








Grenville Lewis 




1897 


2-4-0 


2-2-0 


0-2-0 




44 (7.3 


68(11.3) 








Grenville Lewis 




1898 


2-5-1 


1-2-0 


1-3-1 




80 (10.0 


147 (18.4) 








Frank Kenly 




1899 


1-4-0 


1-1-0 


0-3-0 




26 (5.2 


157(31.4) 








S.M. Cooke 




1900 


3-4-1 


2-4-1 


1-0-0 




68 (8.5 


67 (8.4) 








F.H. Peters 




1901 


1-7-0 


1-4-0 


0-2-0 


0-1-0 


49 (6.1, 


129(16.1) 








Emmons Dunbar 




1902 


3-5-2 


2-2-1 


0-2-1 


1-1-0 


28 (2.8; 


90 (9.0) 








D.John Markey 




1903 


7-4-0 


4-1-0 


1-3-0 


2-0-0 


104 (9.5 1 


64 (5.8) 








D.John Markey 




1904 


2-4-2 


0-0-1 


2-4-1 




33(4.1 


62 (7.8) 








D.John Markey 




1905 


6-4-0 


5-1-0 


1-3-0 




131 (13.1 


66 (6.6) 








Fred Neilsen 




1906 


5-3-0 


3-0-0 


2-2-0 


0-1-0 


98(12.3 


73(9.1) 








Fred Neilsen 




1907 


3-6-0 


1-2-0 


1-4-0 


1-0-0 


44 (4.9 


71 (7.9) 








Charles Melick 




1908 


3-8-0 


3-4-0 


0-4-0 




27 (2.5 


204(18.5) 








Bill Lang 




1909 


2-5-0 


1-1-0 


1-3-0 


0-1-0 


19(2.7 


103(14.7) 








Bill Lang and Dr. Edward Larkin 




1910 


4-3-1 


2-0-0 


1-3-1 


1-0-0 


78 (9.8 


42 (5.3) 








Royal Alston 




1911 


4-4-2 


4-3-2 


0-1-0 




37 (3.7 


72 (7.2) 








Charley Donnelly/H.C. "Curley" Byrd 




1912 


6-1-1 


4-0-0 


2-1-1 




191 (23.8; 


60 (7.5) 








LLC. ■Curley" Byrd 




1913 


6-3-0 


4-2-0 


2-1-0 




184 (20.4; 


139(15.4) 








H.C. "Curley" Byrd 




1914 


5-3-0 


3-1-0 


2-2-0 




72 (9.0 


49(6.1) 








H.C. "Curley" Byrd 




1915 


6-3-0 


6-0-0 


0-3-0 




161 (17.9 


69 (7.7) 








H.C. "Curley" Byrd 




1916 


6-2-0 


4-1-0 


2-1-0 




U2 (17.8 


52 (6.5) 








H.C. "Curley" Byrd 




1917 


4-3-1 


3-0-0 


1-2-1 


0-1-0 


89(11.1 


159(19.9) 








H.C. "Curley" Byrd 




1918 


4-1-1 


1-1-0 


1-0-1 


2-0-0 


57 (9.5 


35 (5.8) 








H.C. "Curley" Byrd 




1919 


5-4-0 


2-2-0 


3-2-0 




93(10.3 


74(8.2) 








H.C. "Curley" Byrd 




1920 


7-2-0 


3-0-0 


4-2-0 




149(16.6 


55(6.1) 


SAIAA 


1-1-0 


na 


H.C. "Curley" Byrd 




1921 


3-5-1 


0-1-0 


2-3-0 


111 


45 (5.0 


127(14.1) 


SC 


1-2-0 


na 


H.C. "Curley" Byrd 




1922 


4-5-1 


0-0-1 


3-5-0 


1-0-0 


77 (7.7 


137(13.7) 


SC 


1-2-1 


na 


H.C. "Curley" Byrd 




1923 


7-2-1 


5-0-0 


2-1-0 


0-1-1 


216(21.6 


56(5.6) 


SC 


3-1-0 


na 


H.C. "Curley" Byrd 




1924 


3-3-3 


2-1-1 


1-1-1 


0-1-1 


74 (8.2 


78 (8.7) 


SC 


2-2-1 


na 


H.C. "Curley" Byrd 




1925 


2-5-1 


1-1-0 


0-2-0 


1-2-1 


53 (6.6 


82 (10.3) 


SC 


0-4-0 


na 


H.C. "Curley" Byrd 




1920 


5-4-1 


3-0-1 


1-3-0 


1-1-0 


161 (16.1 


93 (9.3) 


SC 


1-3-1 


na 


H.C. "Curley" Byrd 




1927 


4-7-0 


2-1-0 


1-4-0 


1-2-0 


186(16.9 


144(13.1) 


SC 


2-3-0 


na 


H.C. "Curley" Byrd 




1928 


6-3-1 


3-1-0 


1-1-1 


2-1-0 


132(13.2 


70 (7.0) 


SC 


2-2-1 


na 


H.C. "Curley" Byrd 




1929 


4-4-2 


1-2-1 


1-1-1 


2-1-0 


148(14.8 


133(13.3) 


SC 


1-2-1 


na 


H.C. "Curley" Byrd 




1930 


7-5-0 


3-0-0 


2-4-0 


2-1-0 


231 (19.3 


142 (11.8) 


SC 


4-1-0 


na 


H.C. "Curley" Byrd 




1931 


8-1-1 


3-0-1 


2-1-0 


3-0-0 


194(19.4 


98 (9.8) 


SC 


4-0-0 


na 


H.C. "Curley" Byrd 




1932 


5-6-0 


2-1-0 


2-2-0 


1-3-0 


148(13.5 


158(14.4) 


SC 


1-3-0 


na 


H.C. "Curley" Byrd 




1933 


3-7-0 


2-1-0 


1-3-0 


0-3-0 


107(10.7 


149(14.9) 


SC 


1-4-0 


9th 


H.C. "Curley" Byrd 




1934 


7-3-0 


3-0-0 


0-3-0 


4-0-0 


143(14.3 


49 (4.9) 


SC 


3-1-0 


T-3rd 


H.C. "Curley" Byrd 




1935 


7-2-2 


1-0-1 


3-0-0 


3-2-1 


127(11.5 


78(7.1) 


SC 


3-1-1 


3rd 


Jack Faber 




1936 


6-5-0 


1-2-0 


2-2-0 


3-1-0 


117(10.6 


59 (5.4) 


SC 


3-2-0 


T-5th 


Frank Dobson 




1937 


8-2-0 


3-0-0 


2-2-0 


3-0-0 


127(12.7 


65 (6.5) 


SC 


2-0-0 


1st 


Frank Dobson 




1938 


2-7-0 


0-4-0 


0-3-0 


2-0-0 


86 (9.6 


235(26.1) 


SC 


1-2-0 


12th 


Frank Dobson 




1939 


2-7-0 


1-2-0 


0-3-0 


1-2-0 


64(7.1 


106(11.8) 


SC 


0-1-0 


I nli 


Frank Dobson 




1940 


2-6-1 


0-3-1 


0-3-0 


2-0-0 


39 (4.3 


171 (19.0) 


SC 


(ill 


12th 


Jack Faber 




1941 


3-5-1 


2 11) 


0-2-0 


1-2-1 


49 (5.4' 


196(21.8) 


SC 


1-2-0 


12th 


Jack Faber 




1942 


7-2-0 


3-0-0 


1-2-0 


3-0-0 


198(22.0 


124 (13.8) 


SC 


1-2-0 


13th 


Clark Shaughness) 




1943 


4-5-0 


2-2-0 


1-3-0 


1-0-0 


105 (11.7 


194(21.6) 


SC 


2-0-0 


2nd 


Clarence Spears 




1944 


1-7-1 


0-3-1 


o-3-o 


1-1-0 


46(5.1 


170(18.9) 


SC 


1-1-0 


Oth 


Clarence Spears 




1945 


6-2-1 


3-1-0 


2-1-1 


1-0-0 


219(24.3 


105 (11.7) 


SC 


3-2-0 


T 5th 


Paul "Bear" Bryant 




10)0 


3-6-0 


2-2-0 


0-4-0 


1-0-0 


136(15.1 


193 (21.4) 


SC 


2-5-0 


12th 


Clark Shaughness) 




1947 


--1-1 


3-0-1 


4-1-0 


0-1-1 


20" (18.8 


121 (110) 


SC 


3-2-1 


10th 


Jim latum Gator Bowl (Georgia, T. 


0-20) 


1948 


6 HI 


2-2-0 


4-2-0 




20" (20." 


132 (13.2) 


SC 


4-2-0 


6th 


Jim latum 




1940 


9-1-0 


i (ill 


4-1-0 


[-0-0 


266(26.6 


81 (8.1) 


SC 


4-0-0 


2nd 


Jim 'latum #li Gator Bowl (Missouri, ^ 


20-") 


195(1 


" 2 1 


3-1-0 


3-1-1 


1-0-0 


274 (2^.4 


120(12.0) 


SC 


ill 


5th 


Jim latum 






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ANNUAL RECORDS AND FINISHES 



Overall 














Coiil. 


Conl. 


Fins 


1 VI' 




Record 


II 


A 


\ 


I'l 


PA 


Conl. 


Rec. 


rlnish 


Coach Kank 


Bowl Game 


in ii ii 


sou 


5 ii ii 


2-0-0 


is i ( 38. 1 ) 


75(7.5) 


SC 


5-0-0 


1 Isl 


Jim latum 


«i 


Sugar Bowl (Tennessee, vv !8 i !) 


-■2-0 


5 on 


i 2 ii 




218 (2 1 21 


85(9 '1 








Jim latum 


#13 




III 1 II 


5-0-0 


i-0-0 


1 1 n 


298 i2" Ii 


38(3.5) 


Ml 


3-0-0 


TIM 


Jim latum 


»l 


Orange Bowl (Oklahoma, I'm 


--M 


5-0-0 


2-2-1 




280(28.0) 


67(6.7) 


vcc 


i HI 


2nd 


Jim Tatum 


«s 




III 1 II 


s ii ii 


5-0-0 


ii l ii 


217(19.7) 


77(7.0) 


VCC 


i mi 


1 LSI 


Jim latum 


Hi 


OrangeBowl (Oklahoma. 1 !0-6) 


2-7-1 


II VI 


2 in 




68(6.8) 


168(16.8) 


VCC 


2-2-1 


nh 


Tommj Monl 






5-5-0 


i 2-0 


2-3-0 




119(11.9) 


1 II (14.4) 


vcc 


i 5-0 


T-.ird 


tommy Monl 






1 1. ii 


1-2-0 


5-3-0 


l i) 


132 (13.2) 


rsirsi 


/VCC 


i in 


5th 


Tommy Monl 






3-3-0 


i in 


1-3-0 


0-1-0 


184 (18 ii 


I8SI18.8) 


V(( 


I 2 


3rd 


Tom Nugenl 






6-4-0 


2 2 


4-2-0 




PI ll-.l) 


164 (16 1) 


vcc 


S-2-0 


3rd 


torn Nugenl 






7-3-0 


1 1 II 


5 2 ii 




ISO (ISO) 


I ll III 1) 


vcc 


3-3-0 


iid 


Tom Nugenl 






6-4-0 


I 1 II 


2-3-0 




170(17.0) 


128(12 81 


vcc 


3-2-0 


3rd 


Tom Nugent 






3-7-0 


2-3-0 


1-3-0 


0-1-0 


148(14.8) 


201 (20.1) 


vcc 


2-3-0 


5th 


Tom Nugenl 






5-5-0 


5-2-0 


1-3-0 


1 0-0 


104 (10.4) 


120(12.61 


ACC 


i i n 


1 3rd 


torn Nugenl 






4-6-0 


I hi 


3-2-0 




132 (13.2) 


161 110 ll 


vcc 


3-3-0 


T-5lh 


Tom Nugent 






4-6-0 


i I ii 


1) VI) 




180(18.0) 


204(20.4) 


vcc 


3-3-0 


Tird 


Lou Saban 






0-9-0 


ii i ii 


0-5-0 




(OIS1) 


231 (23.-) 


vcc 


0-6-0 


8th 


Bob Ward 






2-8-0 


2-3-0 


0-4-0 


0-1-0 


171 (17.1) 


200(20.0) 


ACC, 


2-5-0 


7th 


Bob Ward 






3-7-0 


2 5 II 


1-4-0 




loo iioii) 


249(24.9) 


ACC 


3-3-0 


Tird 


Roj Lester 






2-9-0 


[-5-0 


1-3-0 


0-1-0 


112 (10.2) 


2d (21.9) 


ACC 


2 41) 


T-6th 


Roy Lester 






2-9-0 


2-4-0 


0-5-0 




224 (20 ii 


283(25.7) 


ACC 


1-4-0 


7th 


Roy Lester 






5-5-] 


i in 


1-4-1 




243(22.1) 


217(19.7) 


ACC 


3 2 1 


3rd 


Jerry Claiborne 






8-4-0 


-1-2-0 


3-1-0 


1-1-0 


335(27.9) 


111 (II S) 


ACC 


5-1-0 


2nd 


Jerry Claiborne 


#20 


Peach Bowl (Georgia, L. 1" loi 


8-4-0 


S-1-0 


2-1-0 


1 2-0 


312 (26.0) 


iso (12.5) 


ACC 


6-0(1 


1st 


Jern Claiborne 


#13 


Libert) Bowl (Tennessee, L, 7 $) 


9-2-1 


till 


I 1-1 


1 ii ii 


312 (20(1) 


ISO (12.5) 


ACC 


5-0-0 


Isl 


Jern Claiborne 


#13 


Gator Bowl (Florida, W, 13-0) 


11-1-0 


0-0-0 


5-0-0 


0-1-0 


204 (24. S) 


IIS (0.6) 


ACC 


3-0-0 


1st 


Jern Claiborne 


#s 


Cotton Bowl (Houston, I,. $0 21) 


8-4-0 


4-2-0 


5 2 


1-0-0 


2S((2I 2) 


179(14.9) 


ACC 


4-2-0 


T-3rd 


Jern Claiborne 




Hall of Fame Bowl (Minnesota, W, 17-7) 


9-3-0 


4-1-0 


5-1-0 


0-1-0 


261 (21.8) 


Id" (13.0) 


ACC 


5-1-0 


2nd 


Jern Claiborne 


#20 


Sun Bowl (Texas. 1.. 42-0) 


7-4-0 


5-1-0 


2-3-0 




108 (18.0) 


13=1(12.3) 


ACC 


4-2-0 


T-2nd 


Jern Claiborne 






8-4-0 


5-1-0 


$-2-0 


0-1-0 


211 (17.6) 


16S (13.8) 


ACC 


5-1-0 


2nd 


Jern Claiborne 




Tangerine Bowl (Florida, L. $5 20) 


1-0 1 


2-2-0 


2-4-1 




232 (21 1) 


194(17.6) 


ACC 


4-2-0 


$rd 


Jern Claiborne 






8 | 


5-1-0 


3-2-0 


0-1-0 


373(31.1) 


220(18.3) 


ACC 


5-1-0 


2nd 


Bobby Ross 


#20 


Aloha Bowl (Washington, L, 21-20) 


8-4-0 


5-1-0 


3-2-0 


0-1-0 


316(26.3) 


253(21.1) 


ACC 


6-0-0 


Isl 


Bobby Ross 




Fla. Citrus Bow] (Tennessee. I.. 30-23 


9-3-0 


2-2-0 


5-1-0 


2-0-0 


380 (31.7) 


280(23.3) 


ACC 


6-0-0 


Isl 


Bobby Ross 


#12 


Sun Bowl (Tennessee. \\. 28 27) 


9-3-0 


t-1-0 


$-1-0 


2-1-0 


i20(2-.2) 


102 (loin 


VCC 


6-0-0 


M 


Bobby Ross 


#18 


Cherry Bow] (Syracuse, W 35-18) 


5-5-] 


1-3-0 


(-2-II 


0-0-1 


262(23.8) 


211 (10.2) 


ACC 


2-3-1 


5th 


Bobby Ross 






1-7-0 


5-1-0 


1-5-0 


0-1-0 


194 (17.6) 


301 12-11 


ACC 


3-3-0 


5th 


Joe Krivak 






sou 


3-2-0 


2-4-0 




260(23 0) 


304(27.6) 


ACC 


4-3-0 


T-4tb 


Joe krnak 






3-7- 1 


2-3-0 


1-4-0 


0-0-1 


21S (19.5) 


238 (21.6) 


ACC 


2-3-0 


6th 


Joe Krivak 






6-5-1 


3-1-0 


3-3-0 


Oil 


23" (10 8) 


284 (23.7) 


ACC 


4-3-0 


4th 


Joe Krivak 




Independence Bowl < Ll Tech. T. 34-34 ) 


2-9-0 


1-3-0 


1-5-0 


0-1-0 


138 (12 SI 


302 (2" Si 


ACC 


2-3-0 


Oil) 


Joe Krivak 






5-8-0 


2-4-0 


1-4-0 




202(26.3) 


365(33.2) 


ACC 


2-6-0 


8th 


Mark Duffner 






2-0-1) 


1-4-0 


1-3-0 




243(22.1) 


479(43-5) 


ACC 


2-6-0 


P-7th 


Mark Duffner 






(-"-II 


$-2-0 


1-5-0 




2"0 (24. S) 


326(20.0) 


ACC 


2-6-0 


7th 


Mark Duffner 






6-5-0 


3-2-0 


3-3-0 




210(10 1) 


2SI (22 SI 


ACC 


4-4-0 


5th 


Mark Duffner 






5-6-0 


4-2-0 


1-3-0 


01-0 


18" (no 


239(21.7) 


ACC 


3-5-0 


r-oiii 


Mark Duffner 






2-0-0 


1-5-0 


1-4-0 




161 llioi 


sss (32.3) 


ACC 


1-7-0 


8th 


Ron Vanderlinden 






i 8-0 


2-3-0 


1-4-0 


0-1-0 


202 (18.4) 


2011(26.4) 


ACC 


[-7-0 


T-8ih 


Ron Vanderlinden 







All-Time Composite Totals 



Mi-Time Record: 526-473-43 (525) 

Total Games: 1()42 

Home: 281-162 -1~ (.620) 

At Byrd Stadium (since 1950) 149-94-1 (.613) 

Away: 183-258-16 (.418) 

Neutral: 62-53-10 (.536) 

Points Scored 17,097 

Points Against 15,978 

Bowl Gaines 6-0-2 (.412) 



All Conference Games 223-183-1$ (.549) 

South Atlantic Intercollegiate Athletic .Assoc. Games 1-1-0 ( 500) 

Southern Conference Games 65-33-0 (.523) 

Atlantic Coast Conference Games 158-128-4 I SS2 1 



ACC Finishes 

First 8 

Second 6 

Third 11 

Fourth 3 



Fifth 

Sixth .... 
Seventh 
Eighth .. 




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COACHING HISTORY 



Will Skinner 
Samuel Harding 
I (i. Bannon 
Grenville Lewis 
Frank Kenly 
S.M. Cooke 
EH. Peters 
Emmons Dunbar 
D.John Markey 
Fred Neilsen 
Charles Melick 
Bill Lang 

Bill Lang & E. Larkin 
Royal Alston 
Charley Donnelly 
H.C. Byrd 
lack Faber 
I rank Dobson 
Clark Shaughnessy 
Clarence Spears 
Paul "Bear" Bryant 
Jim 'latum 
Tommy Mont 
Tom Nugent 
Lou Saban 
Bob Ward 
Ro\ Lester 
Jerry Claiborne 
Bobby Ross 
Joe Krivak 
Mark Duffner 
Ron Vanderlinden 



Year 
1937 
1951 

1953 



Years 

1892 

1893 

1894 

1896-97 

1898 

1899 

1900 

1901 

1902-04 

1905-06 

1907 

1908 

1909 

1910 

1911 

1911-34 
1935, 1940-41 
1936-39 

1942, 194(i 

1943-44 

1945 

1947-55 

1956-58 

1959-65 

1966 

1967-68 

1969-71 

1972-81 

1982-86 

1987-91 

1992-96 

1997- 



W 

1 

6 
4 
8 
2 
1 
3 
1 

12 

11 

3 

4 

2 

5 

4 

122 

12 

IS 

19 

5 

6 

73 

II 

36 

4 

2 

7 

77 

39 

20 

20 

5 



9 
3 
6 

5 
4 
4 

13 

7 
6 

7 



5 

86 
13 
21 

8 
12 

2 

15 
18 

34 

6 
17 
25 
37 
19 
34 
35 
17 



T 

(1 
(I 

2 
1 


12 

4 
() 
I) 
(I 
() 
I 
1 

16 
4 
(I 
(I 

I 

1 
4 

I 

(1 

9 


3 
1 

2 


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ONFERENCE 
AMPIONSHIPS 



1955 
1974 
1975 

1976 
198i 
1984 
1985 



Conference 

Southern 
Southern 
Atlantic Coast 
Atlantic Coast 
Atlantic Coast 
Atlantic Coast 
Atlantic Coast 
Atlantic Coast 
Atlantic Coast 
Atlantic Coast 



Coach 

Frank Dobson 
Jim Tatum 
Jim Tatum 
Jim Tatum 
Jerry Claiborne 
Jerry Claiborne 
Jerry Claiborne 
Bobby Ross 
Bobby Ross 
Bobby Ross 



Pet. 

.250 
1.000 

.571 
.563 
312 
.200 

.434 

.125 
.483 
.611 
.333 

.364 

.333 
.611 
.450 
.580 
.483 
.462 
.556 
.3(16 
.722 
.815 
.383 
.514 

.400 

.015 
.291 
.671 
.669 
.375 
.367 
.227 



Jerrj Claiborne (kit) collects the Terps' 197 1 MX championship troph 




Jack Faber 
(19.35. 1940-41) 



Frank Dobson 
(1936-391 



Clark Shaughnessy 
(1942, 1946) 




Paul Bear' Bryant 
(1945) 



Jim Tatum 
(1947-55) 



Tommy Mont 
(1956-58) 






Bob Ward 
( 196--68) 


JT 


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♦ * 




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Bohh) Koss 
(19K2-86) 



Joe Krbak 
(1987-91) 



Mark Duffner 

(1992-96) 



SS3PT" 



Frank Kenb 
(1898) 



^»«. 



H.C. Curley' Byrd J 
( 1911-34) 



r 



Clarence Spears 

(1943-44) 



Tom Nugent 
(1959-65) 



Jerry Claiborne 
(19-2-81) 



Kmi Vanderlindei 
(1997-present) 



Best Winning Percentages^ Most Wins in a Seaso 



Coach 

Jim latum 
S.ll. Harding 
Jerry Claiborne 
Jim Tatum 
Jim latum 
Jim latum 
H.C, Byrd 
Frank Dobson 



W 

It) 
6 
II 
III 
III 
9 
8 
8 



Pet. 

1.00(1 



00(1 

917 
909 

909 
900 
850 
.800 



Year 
1976 

1951 
1953 
1955 
1949 

I9"5 
19 7 8 
1 98 1 

1985 



Coach 

Jerry Claiborne 
Jim latum 
Jim latum 
Jim latum 
Jim latum 
Jerry Claiborne 
Jerry Claiborne 
Bobby Ross 

Bubln ROSS 



W 

II 
10 

10 
10 
9 

9 
9 
9 



1 






1 









P( 

,9 

10' 

.91 

.91 

9i 

7 
.7 






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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 



tiiiiiu- by game results for every Maryland fool 
ifl season since 1892 Maryland was (■noun as 
nyiatul igricultund College from 1892 (915 and 

Maryland State t allege from 1916 19/9 
inland's conference affiliations \tlanth i oast 
mtovtu <■ tim e '"' , I Southern < onferencefiom 
•jl s/ 1 Vi standings not ataiiahle from 1921 32) 
tfSoirib \tlantic Intercollegiate Uhletic issocia 
<n m 1920 

Home ipinws uvre played at Byrd Field oi Old 
if Stadium at russtlx* street from the campus on 
tltimoiy- Uv from 192J 1947 and again in 1949 
jgHgames in 1948 uvre played at Griffith Sta 
um i'i Washington, lit Homegames since 1950 
■telxvn played at Byrd Stadium on campus 
Home road and neutral recon/s are in fktren 
,'w\ [// I M Maryland and opponent \ssoci 
tJPnss rankings are in brackets APpollsbe- 
ntii !•>>« From /•>(>/ I96Z the Associated Press 
nktdonly the nation s top /<> teams 
-~ indicates conference games 

— indicates homecoming games 
indicates games played on Thanksgiving Day 



5-0 (0-1. 0-1. on 
■ad ^ oach: Will Skinner 
^ .ii si Inlins ( Vnnapolis) I 50 
Johns Hopkins ' I 0-62 

•i Episcopal High I. 0-16 

K./i/tnn Park Md 



M)(5-0. l-O) 
.id Coach: Samuel Harding 

I Eastern High tt *6-0 

i| Central High W 10-0 

6 Baltimore! uv College « 18-0 

Si |ohn's i Annapolis) ft 6 -0 

I at Western Maryland ft 18-10 

" Orienl Uhletic Club ft 16-6 



(-0(3-0, 1-3) 
ad ( oach: I G Bannon 

) Orienl WhleticClub ft JO-O 

I Western Maryland ft 52 

) u Washington College ft 12-0 

ai Si |ohn*s I Annapolis) I. 6-22 

Georgetown W6-4 

l .ittolnni.il Uhletic Club I J(- 

> .u Mount Si Man - I. 0-24 



1 896 



0-2 -2 (5-2-2, I in 

Head < oach: Grenville Lewis 

010 Eastern High I 0-6 

017 Gallaudei i 0-0 

021 Business High VI 54-0 

029 Central High VI 10 6 

\i Alexandria High w 18-0 

N10 Bethel Mllllar) VI 10 10 

Episcopal High I 0-6 

N14 atweslern Maryland \\ 16 6 

CentralHlgh VI 14-0 

\2l Old Maryland (Baltimore) r 0-0 



2-4-0(2-2,O-i 

Ik-ad Coach: Grenville Lewis 

UK, Central High v, 24-6 

020 Eastern High v. i 

030 lolws Hopkins I 6 (0 

N13 •« si lolin -~ ( Vnnapolis) I i 6 

\r Gallaudei I 6-16 

Vii a Baltimore Medical Coll ' I n 10 
'at Baltimore, VJ (Electric Park) 



2-S-l (1-2. l-3-l) 
Head Coach: Frank Kenlj 

013 Colunihian 1 L 3-1" 

015 atWestern Maryland I 52 

EasternHigh » $6-0 

(122 Gallaudei L 0-33 

026 at Rock Hill T 12-12 

02') at Johns Hopkins I 16 

\2 at Episcopal High I -37 

\S ai Rock Hill \\ 27 ii 

1-4-0(1-1,0-3) 

Head Coach: SAL Cooke 

in i Western Maryland L 0-21 

025 EasternHigh VI 26-0 

028 .ii [onus Hopkins I m 

\s alDelaware L 0-34 
Mil at Si |ohn's I Uinapoiis) . L 0-62 



1 899 



3-4-1 (2-4-1, 1-0) 

Head Coach: HI Peters 

012 Western High T 0-0 

020 Gibraltar Uhletic Cluh I. 0-17 

02* Georgetown Prep Los 

030 Lpiscop.il High I 6-3 1 

\I2 Georgetown Prep w 15-0 

N13 Gonzaga High L 3-1 1 

N24 Gonzaga High w 21-0 

N29 at Charlotte Hall tcademy \\ 2l-o 




1-7-0 (1-4,0-2, 0-1 1 

Held ( (mill: I n S Miiiikn 

05 .ii Mi lawan I 6-24 

oil, Gallaudei I 10-11 

019 Johns Hopkins I 

030 Central High L 0-11 

N9 RockHUl L 6-11 

N13 IS Marines \\ 17-0 

\n. atWalbrook Uhletic Club i 16 

N23 Western Maryland I SO 
' al American legion Park 



1 902 



3-S-2 (2-2-1,0-2-1, 111 

Head Coach: D [ohn Markej 

(lis Georgetown I. 0-27 

018 MountSl Joesph's VI 5-0 

022 Columbian n,w i W 11 10 

023 Olympia Uhletic Club 1 « 6-0 
Nl at Washington College I 0-0 
N8 at Mount SI Mary's I 5 
M3 at Western Maryland I 6 20 
N19 Old Maryland (Baltimore) I 0-5 
Ml Johns Hopkins L 0-17 
N29 Delaware 1 

at Washington, D.C 
at {nterican legion Park 



7-4-0 (4-1, 1-3, 2-0| 

Head Coach: M |ohn Markey 

S2S Georgetown I 0-28 

02 Clifton Athletic Club w 5 

07 Gunton Temple W21-0 

on Washington College « ^s u 

017 .nsi inlins 1 innapolis) I 0-18 

028 Tech High' » 27-0 

031 ai Columbian w on 

M7 .11 MountSl Mary's L 0-2 

M 1 Western Maryland « m 

\2l Old Maryland (Baltimore) « 11-0 

N27 alDelaware I 0-16 
'at Washington D.C 
■ at II itmington Dei 



1 904 



2-4-2 (0-0-1. 2-4-11 

Head Coach: D John Markey 

S2 1 .ii Georgetown I. 0-22 

01 Randolph Macon T 0-0 

os .11 hm Monroe I 0-0 

ois hi MountSl Mary's VI 11-6 

022 atWestern Maryland I. 0-5 

ns aCMMatybnd (Baltimore) I 0-6 

NI9 atGallaudei VI 22s 

N26 alDelaware 1 L (I- IS 
at II ilmington, Del 



1 905 



6-4-0(5-1. 1-31 

Head Coach: Fred ViLsen 

o" Baltimore PoK institute » 20-0 

01 1 Gallaudei w ion 

(121 Western Maryland L 0-10 

023 atNavj L 0-17 

028 Mount St Joseph's \\ 28-0 

N-i at William & Mary » 17-0 

Ml Si John's (Annapolis) VI 27 5 

Ms at Washington College L 0-17 

\23 old Maryland ( Baltimore 1 \\ 23-5 

\30 alDelaware L 0-12 

3-3-0(3-0. 2-2.0-11 
Head Coach: tred Neilsen 

S29 Tech High W5-0 

06 Baltimore Cin College. v. 22-0 

010 atNavj I 0-12 

his Georgetown 1 1 
020 at Mount Washington 

Mo at St. John's (Annapolis) W20-4 

N17 ji Rock Hill » 10-n 

N2i Washington College w 55-0 
at Washington In (Griffith Stadium) 



1 906 



1 907 



3-6-0(1-2. I 1. I 0| 

Head ( oach: ' harle Melii k 

lech High also 

Georgetown 1 10 

05 :u Richmond 1. 3 11 

09 .11 Navy 

012 hi MountSl Mary's L 6-12 

02 orgeWa » 10 

\o atWashingtoni ollcgi VI 10 

mo si lohn's I Innapolis) L 0-16 

\2s atGallaudei 1 
at Washington n< (Griffith Stadium) 



3-K-ll 13-1. 0-4) 

Mend Coach: Bill Line 

S26 lechHigh I so 

S3 n1r.1l High \x so 

11s .11 Richmond L 0-22 

um .11 lohnsHopkins 

(Hi Navy I. 0-57 

017 Gallaudei « 5-0 

024 ,11 George Washington I 0-57 

031 at Fredricksburg (to 1 I 10 

N7 Baltimore Pol) W 12-0 

N14 si John's t^rtnapolis) 1. 0-3! 

N21 Washington College I, oil 



2-3-0(1-1. 1-3.0-1) 

Head Coach: Bill Line, arid Dr Edward Larkin 

S25 Tech High L 0-1 1 

02 ai Richmond I 11 12 

09 .11 lohns Hopkins 1 11 'i 

016 Rock Mil! V, S 11 

023 George Washington L 0-26 

030 alNI State l is 

\o atGallaudei w 1 1 12 

at Washington 11 1 (Griffith Stadium) 



1 91 O 



4-3-1 (2-0. 1-3-1. I -0| 
Head Coach: Royal \lslon 
sjo ien1r.1l High w 12 11 

01 at Richmond VI 20 

os at Johns Hopkins T II II 

01s Catholic I w 21 11 

019 George Washington v. 11-0 

M2 at Virginia Military L 0-8 

M'l aisi Johns (Annapolis) I D I 

\24 at Western Maryland L 3-17 

at Washington, D.C. (Griffith Stadium) 




ust its second year of orsiani/td football. 1S')3. Maryland finished with a perfect 
; mark and was crowned D.C. champion. 



1999 MARYLAND TER 



Curley Byrd finished his playing career 
in 190" and became head coach in 191 1. 



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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 









4-4-2 (-1-3-2,0-1) 

Head Coach: Charley Donnelly/H C. "Curley" Byrd 

Tech High W 6-0 

S30 Richmond T 0-0 

014 Fredricksburg (Va.) VV 5-0 

Central High I- 0-14 

021 lohns Hopkins . L 5-6 

028 CathoUcU T 6-6 

N4 Si. John's (Annapolis) I 0-27 

Ml at Washington College L 5-1 7 

MS Western Maryland VV 6-0 

N25 GaLaudet VV 6-2 

6-1-1 (4-0-0. 2-1-1) 

Head Coach: H.C Curlev Bvrd 

S2S Tech High \\ 51-6 

05 Richmond W 46-0 

013 at Johns Hopkins W 13-0 

Ol 1 ) Old Maryland (Baltimore) 1 58-0 
t)2(i at St. John's (Annapolis) ...1 0-27 

V) Callaudet W 13-7 

N2i at Western Maryland W 17-7 

N30 al Pennsylvania Military . T 13-13 



6-3-0 n-2. 2-1) 

Head Coach: II C. Curley" Byrd 

S2" Baltimore City College W 27-10 

Ol Richmond W 45-0 

Oil at Johns Hopkins w 26-0 

OlS Western Maryland W 46-0 

()25 at \a\> 1. 0-76 

N8 at St Johns (Annapolis) .. W 13-0 
Nl-i Washington College W 20-0 

N22 Gallaudet L 0-26 

N2~ Pennsylvania Military '...... L 7-27 

1-3-0(3-1,2-2) 

lead Coach: H C "Curley'' Byrd 

■ih Baltimore Pol\ L 0-6 

13 Catholic U. W 6-0 

III) at Western Maryland L 13-20 

124 at Johns Hopkins W 14-0 

127 at St. John's (Annapolis) .. W 10-0 
i(> Washington College W 3-0 

1 1 i at Gallaudet 1. 0-23 

s2s at Pennsylvania Military ' w 26-0 



6-3-0 (6-0.0-3) 

Head Coach: H C. "Curley" Bvrd 

S2S Baltimore Pol) w $1-0 

(12 atllaverford L I)-" 

(V) at Catholic U L 0-16 

(in. Gallaudet W 10-3 

023 Pennsylvania Military W 14-13 

O30 St. John's (Annapolis) W 27-14 

N6 Washington College W 28-13 

N I i Western Maryland W 51-0 

N2S at Johns Hopkins' 1.0-3 13,000 

6-2-0(4-1. 2-1) 

Head Coach: II C. "Curley" Byrd 

00 Dickinson .' W d-0 

Oil aiNim 1 7-14 

018 Virginia Military W Is-') 

02i Haverford I. 6-7 

NO St John's (Annapolis) VV 31-6 

\lii Catholic I « IV) 

vs .11 Nct York I w 111-- 

\i" .11 lohns Hopkins' w Sin " 111111 



4-3-1 (3-0, 1-2-1,0-1) 

Head Coach: Hi 1 urley" Byrd 

DO Delaware W 20-0 

013 at Navy I. 0-62 

021) at Virginia Military I 1 1 1 1 

112- Wake Forest « 2') Is 

Ni \C Stale 1 1 I, III 

NIC si |ohnls ' vnnapolis w 13-3 

M" at I'eiin State L 0-57 

sili ai lohns Hopkins w 7-0 

at Washington lie (Central H.S Stadium) 



4-1-1 (1-1. 1-0-1.2-0) 
Head Coach: H.C. "Curley" Byrd 

026 American U L 6-13 

N2 at Virginia Military w 7-6 

VI Western Mary land ' W 1 9-0 

Mo NewYorklL. W 6-2 

N23 St. John's (Annapolis) ' . W 19-14 
N28 at Johns Hopkins' T 0-0 

at Baltimore, Md (Homewood Field) 



S-4-0 (2-2.3-2) 

Head Coach: H.C. "Curley" Byrd 

04 Swarthmore L 6-10 

Oil al Virginia W 13-0 

018 at West Virginia 1. -27 

025 Virginia Tech L 0-6 

Nl atYale L 0-31 

N8 at St. John's (Annapolis) W 27-0 

Ms Catholic U W 13-0 

\22 Western Maryland W 20-0 

N27 at Johns Hopkins' W 14-11 15,000 



--2-0(3-0, 4-2) 

SAIAA: 1 1 II 

Head Coach: H.C "Curlej Bird 

S25 Randolph Macon W 54-0 

02 at Rutgers L 0-6 

09 • at Princeton I 0-35 

old Washington College W 27-0 

023 • at Virginia Tech W ~-0 

O30 at North Carolina W 13-0 

N6 at Catholic U W 14-0 

iN13 at Syracuse W 10-7 3,500 

N2i Johns Hopkins ' W 24-7 



3-5-1 (0-1,2-3,1-1-1) 

SC: 1-2-0 

Head Coach: H C Curlev" Byrd 

01 al Rutgers W 3-0 

OS al Syracuse L 0-42 ".000 

OlS St. John's (Annapolis) Li" 

022 • Virginia Tech ' W 10-7 

020 • North Carolina J L 7-16 

N5 atYale L 0-28 

N12 at Catholic!' W 10-11 

N19 al Carnegie Tech L 0-21 

N24 • NC State TJ T 6-6 

' at Washington, D.C 

2 at Baltimore, Md (Memorial Stadium) 



4-5-1 (0-0-1.3-5. 1-0) 

SC: 1-2-1 

Head Coach: H.C. "Curley" Byrd 

S30 Third Army Corps W 7-0 

0" • Richmond .... ... T 0-0 

OI4 at Pennsylvania L 0-12 

021 at Princeton 1 0-26 

028 • al North Carolina L 3-27 

N4 • at Virginia Tech L 0-21 

Nil atYale L 3-45 

N18 at Johns Hopkins W in 

N25 atCatholicU VV 54-0 

N30 • at NC State ' W 7-6 

' at Baltimore, Md (Homewood Field) 



--2-I (5-0. 2-1,0-1-1) 

SC: 3-1-0 

Head Coach: H.C. "Curley' Byrd 

S29 Randolph Macon w 53-0 

06 al Pennsylvania W in 

01 i • Richmond w 23-0 

02(1 •Virginia Tech ' I 16 

02" • North Carolina W 14-0 

Ni si lohns (Annapolis) « 28-0 

Nio atYale 

NT •aiNi Stale W 26-12 

N2i Catholic. I ' w md 

1429 lohns Hopkins ' F 6-6 

at Washington 111 (Griffith Stadium) 
'at Baltimore Md (Memorial Stadium) 



3-3-3(2-1-1. 1-1-1.0-1-1) 

SC: 2-2-1 

Head Coach: H.C. "Curley" Bird 

S27 Washington College W 23-0 

04 • Washington & Lee L 7-19 

Oil • Richmond W i.sn 

018 • Virginia Tech ' L 0-12 

025 • at North Carolina W 6-0 

M at Catholic I T 0-0 

N8 atYale L 0-4" 20,000 

NIs • NCSlate .... T 0-0 

N2" Johns Hopkins" 1 0-0 20.000 

' at Washington D C (Central H.S Stadium) 
-at Baltimore, Md {Memorial Stadium) 



1 925 



2-S-l (1-1,0-2, 1-2-1) 

SC: 0-4-0 

Head Coach: H C. "Curley" Byrd 

S26 Washington College W 13-0 

010 Rutgers 1 W Kill 

017 • Virginia Tech : L u-3 

024 • at Virginia L 0-6 

031 • North Carolina ' L (1-16 

N7 at Vale L 14-43 

Nil • Washington it Lee 1. 3-7 

N26 Johns Hopkins '' T 7-7 

' at Philadelphia. Pa. 

-at Washington. DC (Griffith Stadium I 

3 at Baltimore, Md. (Memorial Stadium) 



5-4-1 (3-0-1. 1-3. 1-1) 

SC: 1-3-1 

Head Coach: H.C. "Curley" Byrd 

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 11,1 

023 • North Carolina W 14-6 

Oil) Gallaudet W 38-7 

N6 atYale W 15-0 

Nli • Virginia T 6-6 

N20 • .11 Washington X Lee L 0-3 

N25 lohns Hopkins '■' W 17-14 

'atXorfolk. Va. 

- at Baltimore, Ud I Memorial Stadium 1 



4-7-0(2-1. 1-4. 1-2) 

SC: 2-3-0 

Head Coach: H C. "Curley" Bird 

S24 Washington College W 80-0 

Ol Soulh Carolina W 26 

OS • at North Carolina L 6-7 

(lis •Virginia Tech 1 W 13-7 

022 • at Virginia Military W 10-6 

02') • Washington & Lee L 6-13 

NS at Vale L 6-30 32,000 

NI2 • at Virginia L 11-21 

Nl'l at Underbill I. 20-39 

N2i lohns Hopkins 1 -' I, 13-14 18,000 

Di Honda 1. 6-7 

at Vorfblk, Va 
- at Baltimore. Md (Memorial Stadium) 
' at Jacksonville, Flo. (Municipal Stadium) 



6-3-1 (3-1.1-1-1.2-1) 

SC: 2-2-1 

Head Coach: II 1 'Curley" Byrd 

S2'l Washington College W ill) 

06 • North Carolina 1. I') 26 

Oli al South Carolina .......I '■!] 

020 Western Maryland w lio 

02" • .11 Virginia Military 1 

Ni • Virginia lech ' L 6-9 

Nil) at Vale W on 

Nl" • Virginia' 1 ' w 18-2 

N2i • Washington .N lee w I. 11 

N20 lohns Hopkins W 26 6 

a! Vorfblk, hi 

,11 Qfasbtngton, D.t (Griffith Stadium) 
1 at Baltimore, 1/1/ (Memorial stadium) 



4-4-2 (1-2-1. 1-1-1.2-1) 

SC: 1-2-1 

Head Coach: II C. "Curley" Byrd 

S27 Washington College W 34-7 

05 • North Carolina L 0-43 

012 South Carolina I 020 

010 at Gallaudet W 13-6 

026 • at Virginia Military L 6- 7 

N2 • Virginia 1 " .... T 15-13 

NO atVaie T 13-13 

NI6 • Virginia Tech W 24-0 

N28 Johns Hopkins ,: W $9-6 

IF Western Maryland ' I. 0-12 

' at Xorfolk. Va. 

- at Baltimore, Md (Memorial Stadium) 



7-5-0 (3-0. 2-4. 

SC: 4-1-0 

Head Coach: H C "Curlev Bvrd 

S2" Washington College W 60-6 

04 atYale L 13-40 

oil • at North Carolina L 21-28 

018 St. John's (Annapolis) W 21-13 

02s -at Virginia Military W 20-0 

Nl »at Virginia W 14-6 

N8 • Washington & Lee "' .... W il " 

N15 • Virginia Tech ' W 13-7 

N22 aiNaw 1. 0-6 

N2" Johns Hopkins '-' W 21-0 

N2'i atVanderbill 1 7-22 

D6 Western Maryland ; L 0-7 

' at Norfolk, Va. 

1 at Baltimore, Md (Memorial Stadium) 



8-1-1 (3-0-1. 2-1.3-0) 

SC: 4-0-0 

Head Coach: H.C. Curley Byrd 

S26 Washington College W 13-0 

05 • Virginia W 7-6 

010 Navy 1 W 6-0 

01" Kentucky T 6-6 

024 • at Virginia Military W il-2t) 

031 • at Virginia Tech W 20-0 

N" atVanderbilt L 12-5') 

N21 • Washington is Lee "' W 13-7 
N26 Johns Hopkins '-' . w isl ( 

D5 Western Man land : W 41-6 

' al Washington. I) C (Griffith Stadium) 
■ <il Baltimore, Ud (Memorial Stadium ) 



5-6-0(2-1.2-2, 1-3) 

SC: 1-3-0 

Head Coach: H.C. Curley Byrd 

S24 Washington College W 63-0 

Ol • at Virginia I. 6-7 

os -Virginia Tech I 23 

OlS -at Duke .... I 0-34 

022 St. John's (Annapolis) w 24-7 

020 at Virginia Military w 12-7 

Ni Underbill ' L 0-13 

N 1 1 Navy I " is 

Nio • at Washington & Lee w 6-0 
N24 Johns Hopkins ' W 23-0 

Di Western Maryland I. 7-39 

al Washington DC (Griffith Stadium) 
■ at Baltimore Ud (Memorial Stadium) 



3-7-0(2-1. 1-3.0-3) 

SC: 1 1 II Oil) 

Head Coach: lit 'Curley" Byrd 

sin St. Johns (Annapolis) w 21m 

O" •Virginia Tech ' loll 

01 1 .it Tiil.int' I II 211 

021 • al Virginia Milium I 13-19 

02s Western Maryland I " li 

Ni • at Virginia I 11-0 

Ml • Duke I " iS 

ms .11 lohns Hopkins w 27-7 

N2S • Washington & Lee" « i;u 

1)2 Florida I "I" 

.</ Vor/o/e. 1,1 

at Baltimore Ud 1 Memorial stadium) 

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9 MARYLAND TERRAPINS FOOTBALL 






YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 



»3-0(j-o. 0-3. i-o) 

I; ; I II I Ird 

,.„l i inch: H i i uric) Byrd 

■'i St. Jota* (Annapolis) » 13-0 1,500 

'ii • .ii Washington .\ Lee I 0-7 

i , .ii Navj l 13 16 

. Virginia lech v) 14-9 

Florida vv -'I 'I 

• Virginia 1 ' w 7,000 

• Virginia Mlliiar) 1 23-0 
r al Indiana I 14-17 
'i i gelown vv i' ii 

[ohns Hopkins ' vv 19-0 

,lt Vor/o/e Ml 

at Baltimore, Md (Memorial Stadium! 



-11 (1-0-1, 3-0, 3-2-1) 

C: 3-1-1 (rd 

lead Coach: Jack Fabcr 

It si lota's i Vnnapolis) vv 59-6 

• Virginia lech w 7-0 

• North Carolina I 0-33 

19 >al Virginia Mililarj « 6-0 

20 al Florida vv 20-6 14,000 

• al Virginia vv 14-7 
Indiana 1 l 7-13 

• Washington & Lee" I 0-0 8,000 
Georgetown w 12-6 

Syracuse 1 - 

i western Maryland w 22-7 

^Baltimore. Md (Memorial Stadium) 
it Washington DC (Griffith Stadium) 




S-tl ( 1 
C: (-2-0.1 Sill 
i*.ul ( oach: Frank Dobson 



!6 



St. John's (Annapolis) vv 20-0 



• Viiglnia Ti-i'li ' vv 6-0 

• al North Carolina I. 0-14 

• at Virginia vv 21-0 
Syracuse vv 20-0 
at Florida I. 6-7 
al Richmond vv 12-0 

• Virginia Military 1 " 1. 7-13 
Georgetown L 6-7 

• Washington & Lee n vv 19-6 
Western Maryland L 0-12 

fee I./ 
it jta )ort \ i (Pah Grounds) 
^Baltimore, Md (Memorial Stadium) 



15,000 



12,000 
13,000 

-lion 




2-0 l 5-0, 2-2. 3-0) 

1 Champions 
cad (oach: Frank Dobson 




Southern Conf. 
Champions 



!5 St John's (\nnapohs) 


vv 


28-0 




. al Pmnsytvania 


1 


21 2S 




Western Man land 


w 


on 


7 


l(< at Virginia 


vv 


i-0 




r] Syracuse 


w 


Ivll 


8.000 


» Florida 


w 


13-7 

9-7 




• at \ nxinui Militarv 


vv 




1 J at Penn Stair 


1 


14-21 






w 


12 -2 


22. 




w 


SO 


OOOO 


itBti/timon.'. Md {Memorial Stadium) 








ttWasbington D.C (Griffith Stadium) 








1 938 








7-0 io-4. II-.?. 2-01 








S 1-2-0 12th 








cad Coach: Ir.mk Dobson 










L 


6-19 






1 


B-33 




at Syracuse 


L 


Si 






VV 


Its 




Virginia 


1 


19-27 


6 


• Virginia Military 


1 


14-47 


-1.000 


2 at Florida 


! 


7-21 


1 


■ town 


7-14 






« 


19-13 


1 000 


^Baltimore. Md. (Memorial Stadium) 









1 939 



2- -II I 1-2. 0-3, 1-21 

SC:0 I " I nli 

Me. ill Coach: Prank Dobson 

S30 Hampden-Sydnc) v\ 

(I- Western Maryland « 12-0 

hi i alVlrglnla I 7 12 

021 at Rutgers I 12 23 

(I2s Florida 1 " L 0-14 I 

\i .ii Penn State i 0-12 

mi Georgetown i 0-20 is. 

\is • Virginia Military ' ion 

N30 Syracuse ' L 7-10 5,000 

' at Baltimore, Md I Memorial Stadium l 
atWbshlngton D.C (Griffith Stadium) 

,lt \tnfntk \ii 



2-h-l (0-3-1,0-3, 2-0) 

SC:0 II. I2ib 

Head Coach: l.u k Pabei 

S2.s Hampden-Sydnej L 6-7 5 000 

lis at Pennsylvania L 0-51 52, 

012 Virginia" I. 6-19 9,000 

019 at Florida I 0-19 

025 Western Maryland ' vv 6-0 

v> [ | [9] Georgetown I 0-41 

Mo • at Virginia Military i 20 

\21 Rutgers VI 14-7 

N30 • Washington & Lee 1 7 

' at Baltimore, Md (Memorial Stadium) 



3-S-l (2-1,0-2, 1-2-1) 

SC: 1-2-0, 12th 

Head Coach: Jack label 

S27 Hampden-Sydnej « 18-0 

111 Western Maryland ' T 6-6 1 1 

Oil I-] U| 'Duke I 0-50 

nis Honda W 13-12 7,500 

02s |-| 1 121 at Pennsylvania 1 (> -is 10,000 

M at Rutgers I 11-211 

\s Georgetown 1 I 26 

MS • Virginia Mililarj I 0-27 

\2o • Washington & Lee 71 vv 6 1 

' at Baltimore, Md (Memorial Stadium) 
■ at Washington, It C (Griffith Stadium 1 



"-2-II (3-0. 1-2. 3-01 

SC: 1-2-0, 13th 

Head Coach: Clark Shaughness\ 

S2" Connecticut W sin 

(is Lakehurst Naval UrStation VI 14-0 

OKI Rulgers VV 27-13 

or • at Virginia Military 1 0-29 

024 Western Maryland w 51-0 

Oil Florida-' VI Is-ll 111.000 

N7 "alDuke I 0-42 

Mi at Virginia W 2~-12 

\2l • Washington & Lee * .... VI 32-28 7,500 

'atBaltimore Mil (Memorial Stadium) 
■ al Washington lit /Griffith stadium) 

\ \ST£PHEXS\ 



l-S-0 ill. 1-3, I in 

si ■ . o !nd 

Head Coach: 1 I spears 

S2s Curtli Ba; I ".1 1 Gi ird L 7-13 ! 000 

02 •Waki 1 W 13-7 

09 R 1 'u"i' '<" 1:1 1 « i 1 " 

mi. at West Virginia 1 J <• 

02s Penn State I 15 

030 at Greenville Ui Base « 13-1 

N6 at Virginia 1 (9 1 000 

Ms ai Balnbridge Naval 1 0-46 

\2S • Virginia Mililarj vv 21-14 7,000 
at Roanoke Mi 



1-^-1 (0-3-1.0-3. 1-1) 

S( : I 1 6th 

Head Coach: 1 Larem 1 spears 

S2>) Hampden -Sydnn ....... L 0-12 

07 • at Wake Forest I 19 I 500 

014 West Virginia T 6-6 

021 Michigan State i 04 

\i Virginia 1 I " 18 

Nil .11 Michigan Stale i 0-33 

MS Penn Stale I 19 

N25 al Florida I 6-14 

N30 • Virginia Military 1 

at Washington D.C (Griffith Stadium) 

at Roanoke Va 



6-2-1 (3-1. 2-1-1. Ill) 

SC: 3-2-0. T-slh 

Head Coach: Paul Ke.ir Bryanl 

S28 Guilford « 60-6 

Oh • at Richmond w 21-0 

012 I s Merchant Marine vi 22-6 

020 • at Virginia I" h I I I 21 

02" al West Virginia T MM 

\s • William X Mars I 14-33 

M0 • Virginia Military" w $8-0 

N24 [-1 | m| Virginia vv 19 13 

Dl • .11 south Carolina vv 19 is 

at Washington D.I (Griffith Stadium) 



3-6-0 (2-2.0-4. 1-0) 

SC: 2-5-0, 12th 

Head Coach: Clark Shaugtaess) 

sjs Bainbridge Naval vv 54-0 12 son 

(U • Richmond L 7-37 

012 • at North Carolina I 0-33 

018 'Virginia Tech .... v) 6 

\2 • at William & Mary .... L 7-41 

V) • South Carolina L 17-21 

Vlii • Washington & Lee' W 24-7 

N23 al Michigan Slate L 14-26 

N30 • air* .... L 7-28 

atBaltimore Md < Memorial Stadium ) 




r n, rz rr 



SGGTTAF 




Charlie VI eidinger completed this TD pass to William Bryant to lift the Terps to a 193" homecoming win over Florida. 



m TItFF, 



PINS FOOTBALL 



YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 



7-2-2(3-0-1,4-1,0-1-1) 

S(: ! 2-1, With 

Head Coach: Jim Tatum 

s2~ • at South Carolina W 19-13 

03 Delaware W 43-19 16,460 

mil • Richmond W 18-6 

018 [-] [17] -atDuke L 7-19 

025 • at Virginia Tech W 21-19 12,500 

M West Virginia '" W 27-0 16,500 

\s alDuquesne * 32-0 

N15 [-] [19| • North Carolina ' I 0-19 22,000 

N22 atVanderbdi W 20-6 

N29 -NCState T 0-0 14,000 

Gator Bowl 

II Georgia T 20-20 [6,666 

at Washington, DC (Griffith Stadium) 
- at Jacksonville, Fla (Gator Bowl) 



6-4-0 (2-2,4-21 

SC: 4-2-0, 6th 

Head Coach: |im Tatum 

S25 • at Richmond W 19-0 12,000 

02 at Delaware W 21-0 12,000 

09 • Virginia Tech W 28-0 

016 [-] [18] •Duke'" L 12-13 22,000 

023 • George Washington VV 47-0 

029 alMiami W 27-13 55,000 

\(, • at South Carolina VV 19-7 

N13 [-1 |6] • North Carolina L 2049 34,588 

N20 atVanderbilt L 0-34 

N27 at West Virginia L 14-16 18.000 

home games at Griffith Stadium in Washington, DC. 



9-1-0 (4-0,4-1, 1-0) 

SC: 4-0-0. 2nd 

Head Coach: |im Tatum 

S24 -at Virginia Tech V\ .34-" 12.000 

S30 Georgetown W 33-7 1S.22" 

08 |-](13] at Michigan State L 7-14 35,000 

022 •atNCSlate W I4-6 15,000 

020 • South Carolina" 1 W44-" 17,762 

N5 • George Washington W 411-I4 

N12 [-] [15] at Boston University W 14-13 

N24 [15] l-i West Virginia' W 47-7 16,117 

D2 [14] [-] at Miami W 13-0 35,000 

Gator Bowl 

J2 [14] [20] Missouri' S 20- 1 18,409 

Final AP Poll tm 

' at Jacksonville, Fla (Gator Bowl) 



7-2-1 (3-1,3-1-1, 1-01 
SC: 4-1-1. 5 th 
Head Coach: Jim Tatum 
Preseason .W Poll #75 

S23 |15] [-] alGeorgia L "-2" 55 

S30 [15] [-] Navy W 35-21 43,836 

07 l-l [2] at Michigan State w 34-7 39,376 

014 [8] |-i Georgetown ' \V 25-14 8,869 

021 [8] l-l -NCState .... L 13-16 24.502 

028 -atDuke W 26-14 22,577 

\4 [16] l-l •George Washington w 23-" 18,272 

Nil [18] l-l • at North Carolina T "-" 52,000 

N18 • at West Virginia w 41-0 16,000 

D2 * Virginia Tech W 63-7 11,773 

at Washington. DC (Griffith Stadium) 



10-0-0(5-0,3-0,2-0) ^rZ. _ 

SC: 5-0-0, Co-Champions ^SOUTHERN CoNF. 
Head Coach: Jim Tatum ^^Xo-CHAMPIONS 

Preseason AP Poll ml ft ^ 

S29 [16] l-l • at Washington & Lee w 54-1 

06 |')| l-l • George Washington w 33-6 25,732 

1113 [10] l-l atGeorgia w 13-7 32,000 

t)2o [7] l-l • North Carolina « li" 31,237 

027 [5] l-l ai Louisiana sue W r-n 55, 

N3 h| l-l Missouri" « 55-0 23,612 

N10 [3] I-] Navy ' w 10-21 58,000 

N17 [5] l-l • NCState « 53-0 17 1 1" 

\2i |i| l-l •WestVirginia W 54-7 14,385 

Sugar Bowl 

12 131 HI Tennessee-' % 28-13 82,271 

Final AP Poll #3 
at Baltimore, Mil (Memorial Stadium} 
ai \eu Otieam la (Tulane-Sugar Bowl Stadium) 



H9 HUsJ 

--2-0 (.3-0.4-2) 
Head Coach: Jim Tatum 
Preseason AP Poll #-' 

S20 [2] l-l atMissouri W 13-10 18,000 

S27 [2] l-l atAuburn W 13-7 2",000 

04 13] I-] Clemson W 28-0 32,000 

Oil [4] [19] alGeorgia W3"-0 34,000 

018 [2] [20] Navy W 38-7 44,-46 

025 [2] [-] Louisiana State 1 " W 34-6 30.000 

Nl (2| [-1 atBostonll -W 34-7 32.568 

N15 [3] III] at Mississippi L 14-21 32,500 

N22 [8] [14] atAlabama L 7-27 33,178 

Final AP Poll #13 



10-1-0(5-0. 4-0. 1-1) 

ACC: 3-0-0. Co-Champions tft NATIONAL 

Head Coach: Jim Tatum ^^_ CHAMPIONS 

Preseason AP Poll #9 

S19 |9] [-] atMissouri .....W 20-6 21,000 

S26 [9] [-] Washington & Lee W 52-0 35,000 

03 1.3] [-] •atClemson W20-0 25.000 

010 [4] l-i Georgia W 40-13 2",000 

OP |3] I-] • at North Carolina W 26-0 35,000 

023 1.3] I-] alMiami W 30-0 12,157 

O30 |2] ]-] • South Carolina " c W 24-6 22.000 

N7 |2] [-] George Washington ' W 27-6 8,000 

NU |21 111] Mississippi W 38-0 35,000 

N2I [2] 111] Alabama W 21-0 36,000 

Orange Bowl 

11 11] [4] Oklahoma ; L 0-7 68,640 

Final AP Poll #1 

1 at Washington D C (Griffith Stadium) 
1 at Miami. Fla (Orange Bowl) 



7-2-1 (5-0, 2-2-1) 

ACC: 4-0-1. 2nd 
Head Coach: Jim Tatum 
Preseason AP Poll #3 

S18 15] I-] atKentucky W 20-0 36.000 

01 [6J [4J alTCLA L '-12 73,376 

00 [13] l-l • at Wake Forest T 13-13 12,000 

016 • North Carolina W 33-0 26,000 

022 [-1 |16] at Miami L 7-9 52,506 

030 -at South Carolina W 20-0 24,000 

N6 -NC Stale " c . W 42-14 

NT 3 |1"1 l-l 'Clemson... W 16-0 21,000 

N20 [13] i-j George Washington W 48-6 

N25 [10] [-] Missouri 1 W "4-13 20.000 

Final .AP Poll #8 



10-1-0(5-0.5-0.0-1) 
ACC: 4-0-0, Co-Champions dW 
Head Coach: Jim Tatum 
Preseason AP Poll ttti 

S17 [8] [-] atMissouri \\ 13-12 18,000 

S24 [5] [1 j UCLA W --0 1 

01 [1] [20] atBavlor W 20-6 39.000 

08 111 I-] -WakeForest W 2S-" 16,000 

015 [2] I-] • at North Carolina W 25-7 30,000 

022 |2| l-l atSvracuse W 34-13 52,500 

020 |l] [-] ■South Carolina" .... W 27-0 25,000 

N5 |1] l-l Louisiana State W 13-0 28.000 

NI2 [2] I-] -atClemson W 25-12 30,000 

N19 [2] |-i George Washington W 19-0 20,000 

Orange Bowl 

J2 |.3| |1| Oklahoma' L6-20 76,561 

Final AP Poll #.} 

'at Miami Fin (Orange Bowl) 



2-"- 1 (0-.3- 1.2-4) 

ACC: 2-2-1, till 

Head Coach: Tommy Mont 

Preseason AP Foil #6 

S2J [6] [-] Syracuse I. 12-26 

S29 ■ at Wake Forest w 6-0 13 

06 l-l [16] Baylor I 0-14 25,000 

012 [-] [11] al Miami I 6-13 14,304 

02n • at North Carolina 1 6-34 21, 

02" l-l |h| alTennessee I 7-34 53,500 

N3 Kentucky™ 1 0-14 20, 

N10 l-l III! -CleniMin I 6-6 18 

\r • .11 South Carolina 1 13 

N22 • .11 Nt Male' V\ 25 I I 1 500 




The game program from Oct. 19, 1957. when Queen 
Elizabeth came to Byrd Stadium. 



5-5-0 1.3-2. 2-3) 

ACC: 4-3-0. T-3rd 
Head Coach: Tommy Mont 

S21 [-1 [2] al Texas ASM L 13-21 

S28 -NCState L 13-48 

05 [-1 hi • atDuke .. L 0-14 

012 -WakeForest W 27-0 

Oil 1-1114] • North Carolina * 21-7 

026 Tennessee L 0-16 

N2 • at South Carolina W 10-6 

N9 -atClemson L "-26 

NT5 alMiami W 16-6 

N23 -Virginia W 12-0 



4-6-0(1-2.3-3,0-1) 

ACC: 3-3-0, 5th 

Head Coach: Tommy Mont 

S20 • at Wake Forest L 0-34 

S2~ • atNCSlate .... W 21-6 

04 [-] [10| -Clemson .... 1 0-8 

Oil Texas \&M L 10-14 

018 • at North Carolina L 0-27 

025 l-l [5] at Auburn L "-20 

Nl • South Carolina W 10-6 

NS Navj ' L 14-40 

M4 alMiami \\ 26-14 

N22 -at Virginia W 44-6 

at Baltimore Mil t Memorial Stadium) 



1 959 



5-5-0(4-1. 1-3.0-1) 

ACC: 4-2-0. 3rd 

Head Coach: Tom Nugent 

S19 Wesl \1rgin1a W 27-7 

S26 l-l 1 15| al Texas L 0-26 

05 I-] \lo\ atSyracuse I 0-29 

010 • WakeForesl 1. 7-10 

017 • Nnrth Carolina VI U " 

031 ■ at South Carolina . L 6-22 

N7 Navy ' I 1 1 22 

N14 l-l 1 1 1 1 •atClemson W 28-25 

N21 •Virginia"' w 55-12 

D5 • NC State w 53 2s 
at Baltimore, Md (Memorial Stadium) 



1 960 



6-4-0(2-2. 4-2 1 

ACC: 5-2-0, srd 

Head Coach: Turn Nugent 

SI" at West Virginia vv 51-8 

S24 l-l [15] Texas I. 0-34 

(II -Duke L 7-20 

os • .11 ni State 1 10-13 

015 l-l [8] •Clemson w 19 r 

022 • atWake Forest 1 14-13 

029 •South Carolina" w 15-0 

N5 al Perm State I 9-28 

\I2 • at North Carolina « 22-19 

Nl') -a! Virginia w 14-12 



1 18 



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' •„.-■•, ■■ ! 



YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 



--3-111 H, > 2) 
VK i-3-0 Ird 
'lead ( n.ii'll: Tom Nugent 
I'rruiisnit LP Poll received rotes 

,;; »i Southern Melhodlsl ft 1 1 1> 

530 • .in leroson VI .'i l\ 

r | | [7| Syracuse « 22 21 

M [ml | I • Nonh Carolina L 8-14 

121 Ui Force 1 VI 21 

• at South Carolina I 10-20 

u Penn Stale" VI 21-17 

Ml «NC Slate ft 10-7 

Ms 'Wake Forest « 10-7 

05 -at Virginia I 16-28 

,ii Denver, I o/« i///// /o/ 1 Stadium) 



i i n 

III: • 

lead 

•J" 
ii. 
113 

B? 

13 

.in 

•'" 



(4-1,2-3) 
i-2-O ird 

t o.ttli: Tom Nugent 

Southern Methodist * 7 

• atWakeForesl ft 13-2 

• .11 Ml Slate \\ 14-6 

• North Carolina ft (1-13 
at Miami I 24-28 

• South Carolina VI 13-11 
.ii Penn Suite 1. 7-23 

• at Duke l --in 

• Clemson L 14-17 

• Virginia VI 10-18 



1-7-0(2-3. 1-3.0-1) 

,K l-i-0 5th 

lead Coach: torn Nugi nl 

121 • Nl State I 1 1-36 

• ,ii South Carolina I 13-21 

15 • Duke ' I 12 SO 

• North Carolina I 7-14 
119 Ur Force VI 21-14 
Kt -at Wake Foresi VI 32-0 
[12 Penn State 1 I 15-17 
m l-l hi alNavj I " 12 

16 • .ui lemsot I 6 21 

• Virginia VI 21-6 
]M Richmond. Ya. 

-5-0(3-2. 1-3. 1-0) 

IX: i - 'i I-3rd 

lead ( o.uh: I. mi Nugent 

19 [2| Oklahoma 1 5-13 

16 • South Carolina ft 24-6 

• all* State I. 13-14 

• .it Duke I. 17-24 

• North Carolina 1 ... ft 10-9 

• WakeFOrest I 17-21 
II at Penn State L 9-17 

Nav) ft 27-22 

• aemson.... ft 54-0 

• at Virginia ft 10-0 

Yw/,./e Ya 

-6-0 11-4.3-2) 
O 1-3-0 T-ilh 
ead ( o.uh: Torn Nugent 

Ohio i ft 24-7 

12 Syracuse I 7-24 

• at Wake Foresi ft 10-7 

• .ii North Carolina I 10-12 

• ni State I 7-29 

• at South Carolina ft 27-14 
atNav) l. 7-19 

I" ai Clemson ft 6-0 

• Virginia L 27-33 

I Penn State I 7-19 



6-0 nl. 0-5) 
X: 5- >-ii r-3rd 
rad Coach: Lou Saban 

at Penn State M..I 

• Wake Foresi ft 
u Syracuse I 

• Duke ft 

West Virginia ft 





!8 

I 

1 l 

•i 

[8,000 
)9,000 

25,1 

I 

20,000 



53, 

12, 

13, i 

26,000 
50,000 
52,000 
11,834 

' 

23,000 

|S 01 III 



28,550 
13,550 
20,000 
21,000 
52,000 

5, 

ii 550 
(0,000 

I 

Ii 



56,500 
23,500 

I i 800 
27,000 
28,000 
22,000 
[3 500 

i 

26,500 
17 500 



28,000 
35,000 

is 

! in 

in nun 

i I" 

28,000 

2 

21,000 
24,000 



7-15 


40,911 


54-7 


26 500 


7-28 


25,000 


21-19 


28,400 



N5 
N12 
M'l 
N26 



• South Carolina 

• ,ii Nl State 

• Clemson 

• ai Virginia 



ft 

I 
I 
I 



al Florida Stale I 



I i 2 
■i 'i 
to I I 
17 il 
21 ii 



(MM) |l] I, ii 5) 

\i:i .-ii, sth 

Head Coach BobWard 

Sill .11 Oklahoma I 0-35 

07 Syracuse I (-7 

014 II l'i| • Nl Stale I 'i ii 

021 »al NorthCarolina I 0-14 

028 • at South Carolina I il 

\ i Penn State I i 58 

Nil • at Clemson L 7-28 

N17 •atWakeForesl I 17 55 

N25 'Virginia I. 7 12 



2-8-0 (2-.V O-l. O-l ) 

ACC: 2-5-0 "III 

Head Coach: Bob Ward 

S21 Honda Slate I 14-24 

sjs at Syracuse I 14-32 

05 • Duke .... I. 28-30 

01 1 •NorthCarolina ft 53-24 

019 'South Carolina ft :i 19 

026 •alM Stale .... 1 11-31 

N2 •atWakeForesl ... I. 14-38 

vi •Clemson l 0-16 

N16 [-1 [3] PennState I. 13-57 

N23 •aiWuinia I 23-28 
,// Norfolk, Ya 



1 969 



3- -O (Z-3, 1-4) 

MX: i ill. T- ird 

Head Coach: Roj Lester 

sin .ii WestVirgmia I. '-it 

Si" • NC State I 7-24 

04 •atWakeForesl ft 19-14 

on Syracuse 1 9-20 

018 -Duke ft 20-7 

025 • at South Carolina L 0-17 

Nl •atCletnson 

\s Miami-Ohio " 1. 21-34 

N15 l-l IS] at Penn State I " 18 

Ml •Virginia ft 17-14 



1 970 



2-9-0 (1-S. 1-3,0-1) 
ACC: 2-4-0, T-hlh 
Head Coach: Km Lester 

S12 Villanova L 3-21 

S19 • alDuke 1 U Ii 

s.'o •NorthCarolina I 20-53 

02 at Miami 1 II IS 

010 atSsracuse L 7-23 

017 •South Carolina™ . ft 21 is 

024 •NCState 1 L 0-6 

oil •Clemson I. 11-24 

N7 Penn Suite I. 0-34 

\J1 -at Virginia ft 17-14 

N28 West Virginia l 10-20 

,;/ Norfolk, Vd 



2-9-0 (2-4. 0-5) 

M(: 1-4-0, 7th 

Head Coach: Ro\ Lester 

sil Villanova I 13-28 

sis .\i Stall ft is ' 

SJS • at North Carolina I 14-35 

•ft. ike Foresi 

09 Syracuse l 15-21 

016 at South Carolina I. 6-35 

023 al Florida 1 23-27 

030 Virginia Militarj ft 18-0 

Nd [-] [6| al Penn Stale I 27-63 

Mi -at Clemson I. 14-20 

(120 •Mnjima 



55, inn 
23,500 
24,500 

10.111 in 
20,252 



iO 

I .110 

27 

I 

53,427 

I 

28, in III 
I i 500 
24,200 



(3,1 

26,591 
21,000 
27,480 
28,200 
29,700 
15,500 
27300 
30,000 

Id. I 



31, 

28 100 

16, 

23 in" 
26,700 
12,756 
20,000 
20,000 
4211(111 
22,000 



24,500 
12,877 

20 si « 

[0 190 
19,872 
15,400 
IS.Jllll 
12,500 
23,400 

14.IIIHI 

12,821 



22,600 
16,500 

iii 

16,200 
20,100 
45,653 
53,012 
22 iim 

SII.I44 

25,1 



5-5-1 l l-l, 1-4-1) 

ACC: J 2-1, 3rd 

Head I o.uh: I • t r I lalbome 

SO • ,,l M State 

slo •NorthCarolina I. 26-31 28,000 

Virginia Mllitar ft 28 I" 22,1 

sin atSyracuse I 12 16 I 1 681 

07 -Wake Fori t ft 23-0 15 

in i Villanova ' W 37-7 16,842 

021 •alDuke I 14-20 21,300 

(lis • ai Virginia W 24-23 21,500 

\i || I ml at Penn State t 16 16 sx 171 

Nil .il., ft iii, 29,326 

N18 at Miami I 8-28 17,342 



8-4-0 I i-2. 3-1, l-l) 

\<i: ■ i " 2nd 

Head Coach: [err) ' l.uliorne 

sis West Virginia I. ii-2n 55,112 

S22 »at North Carolina ft 23-3 37,500 

sj'i Villanova W 31-3 II !60 

06 Syracuse ft 58-0 12,800 

013 •alM L 22-24 

• at Wake forest ft Co 19,500 

02" -Duke ft i" I" J" ill" 

N3 I I l"l IViinsi.il,- |. 22 12 litis 

\m •Virginia ft ii" 22300 

M" •an;. ft 28-13 

Nil [18] [17] Tlllane * i-" 1 I 

Peach Bowl 

I)2X |1K| [-] Georgia I. 16-17 38,107 

Unal IP Pull #J« 
at Norfolk Va (Oysta Bowl) 
1 at Atlanta, Ga (Pulton Count] st,i,luwit 



s-i-n (5-1, 2-1. 1-21 
ACC: (i-ii-i) Champions 
Head Coach: [en) Claiborne 
Preseason Af Pull UH 



ACC 

Champions 



I HI 131 

llil l-l 



Sl4 

SJI 

S2S 

OS 

012 

019 | l.S| I-] 

02(. |15] [1-| 

N2 115] [10] 

vi [14] |-| 

Mh [13] l-l 

N23 MH l-l 

Libert) Bowl 

Did 1 101 |20l 



Maluma L 16-21 

Florida : I I" 17 

• NorthCarolina ft 24-12 
atSyracuse W 31-0 

• Clenison » -il-" 



• Wake Foresi ft 

• Nl Stale ft 
at Penn State I 
Villanova ft 

• Duke - 

• .ii Virginia ft 



r " 
20-10 
17 24 
il-fl 
56-13 
in ii 

3-7 



112 

I i" 
sun 
130 
644 
136 
647 
11=. 
(31 

nun 
inn 



Tennessee I 

Pinal AP Poll *13 

at Tampa Flu (Tampa Stadium) 
1 at SorfolkYa (Foreman Field) 
,ii Memphis Term (liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium) 



51,284 



w 




Rand> W Tiite. the 19~4 Oulland *v.ard winner and 19"+ 
Sporting Sens Coach of the Yearjern Claiborne. 



w? 



T-PY=r- F 



r= FOG' 



BAL 



YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 



\ 



9-2-1(4-1,4-1-1,1-0) ^<- ACC 

ACC: 5-0-0. Champions ML 

Head Coach: Jerry Claiborne ^^^ H A M p ' ° r 
Preseason AP Poll ttl 7 

SO [17] I-] Villanova W 41-0 

S13 [14] [20] atTennessee I. 8-26 

S20 • ai North Carolina W 34-7 

S27 [20] l-l atKentuck) T 10-10 

04 Syracuse HC W 24-7 

Oil 'NCStale W 37-22 

018 [14] [-1 • al Wake Forest W27-0 

Nl |l4| |o| PennState L 13-15 

NS [16] 1-1 al Cincinnati W 21-10 

N15 'atCIemson V. 22-20 

N22 |20 1 [-1 • Virginia W b2-24 

Gator Bowl 

D29 [17] 1 131 Florida' W 13-0 

Final AP Poll #13 

' atjacksonville, Fla (Gator Bowl) 



41,362 
74,161 

13,1 

55,000 
43,863 
39,221 
19,300 
58,973 
16 178 
35.400 
44,867 

64,012 



w 


.31-7 
24-3 
42-28 
20-9 

16-6 
17-15 

30-3 

24-14 
21-0 
20-0 
28-0 


41,088 


...w 
w 


35,107 

21.109 


w 


5S.151 


w 


38,500 


w 


40.521 


w 


20,200 


w 


45.015 


w 


45,315 


w 


40,288 


w 


23.11)0 



11-1-0(6-0,5-0,0-1) ^^ ACC 

ACC: 5-0-0, Champions jj&[ M*»v» 

Head Coach: Jerry Claiborne ^^_Champions 
Preseason ,47' Poll ttl J 

Sll [12] |-| Richmond 

S18 1 10] I-] al West Virginia 

S25 [8] [-] at Syracuse 

02 [7] [-] Villanova 

09 [7] 1-1 • at NCStale 

01b [5] [-] "Wake Forest 

023 [6] i-i 'aiDuke 

030 |5] i-i Kentucky 

NO |6] [-] Cincinnati 

N13 [6] I-i •Clerason" 1 

N20 [o| |-| • at Virginia 

Cotton Bow I 

II |i| [6] Houston 1 L 21-30 

Final AP Poll #8 

' at Dallas, Texas (Cotton Bowl) 



8--1-0 (4-2, 3-2, 1-0) 
ACC: 4-2-0, T-3rd 
Head Coach: Urn Claiborne 
Preseason AP Poll It III 

sio 1 1 o | |-| •atCIemson W 21-14 44.050 

S17 llll I-I West Virginia L 10-24 45.125 

s2i I-I |5| atPennSlale L 9-2" 62,079 

ill 'atNCState L 20-24 42,800 

(is Syracuse W 24-10 39.100 

i)|5 . al Wake Forest W 35-7 24,900 

022 •Duke 1 " W 31-13 44,867 

1)24 • North Carolina L 7-10 42.08.3 

\5 Villanova W 10-13 50.1K0 

\I2 alRichmond W 27-24 17.000 

N19 •Virginia W 28-0 33,787 

Hall of Fame Bowl 

D22 Minnesota ' w 17-7 17, I 

al Birmingham. Ala (Legion Fietiti 



0-5-11 (4-1. 5-1, 0-1) 

ACC: 5-1-1), 2nd 

Head Coach: [err) Claiborne 

SO lulane W 31-7 51 i5s 

SIO |2I)| I-I at Louisville W 24-17 50,1 i2 

S25 |IK| I-I • at North Carolina W 21-20 is, 

Sill |15| I-I Kentucky W 20-3 42,873 

07 il2||20| •NCStale 1 " W 31-7 45,319 

014 [10] I-I atSyracuse W 24-0 15,709 

021 [6] i-i •WakeForest W 39-0 i5.no 

028 |5| I-I -at Duke ft 27-0 23,600 

Yi |5i |2| atPennSlale I. 3 2" 78,019 

Nil [13] I-I • al Virginia W 17-7 19,874 

NIS|lli|12i •Clemson L 24-28 51,376 

Sun Bowl 

1)25 |li| |ll| Texas' I. 0-42 33.122 
Final IP Poll #20 
ill BIPaso, /cvds (SunBowfJ 



7-4-0(5-1.2-3) 

ACC: 4-2-0. T-2nd 
Head Coach: lern Claiborne 

ss Villanova W 24-20 31,684 

S15 'atCIemson W 19-0 52.2"4 

S22 Mississippi State W 35-14 37,212 

S20 atKenmckv L 7-14 57,800 

00 PennState L 7-27 52..54S 

Oli I-I |P1 •atNCState L 0-7 39,800 

020 • at Wake Forest L 17-25 20,050 

027 • at Duke 'W 27-0 34,200 

N3 [-1118] .North Carolina"' W 17-14 35,018 

N17 Louisville W 28-7 25,104 

N24 'Virginia W 17-7 26,071 



8-4-0(5-1,3-2,0-1) 

ACC: 5-1-0, 2nd 

Head Coach: lern Claiborne 

SO Villanova W 7-3 32,650 

S13 Vanderbilt W 31-0 27,150 

S2I) at West Virginia W 14-11 48,038 

S2" [19] [14] • at North Carolina L 3-17 51.400 

04 [-1 |0| at Pittsburgh L 9-38 47,409 

Oil i-i [14] PennState L 10-24 48,12.3 

018 'WakeForest W 11-10 30,472 

025 -atDuke W 17-14 17,400 

Nl 'NCStale'" W24-0 40,016 

N15 'Clemson W 34-7 32,650 

N22 • at Virginia W 31-0 22,407 

Tangerine Bowl 

D20 Florida 1 L 20-35 52.54 1 

at Orlando, Fla (Tangerine Bowl) 



4-6-1 (2-2.2-4-1) 

ACC: 4-2-0, 3rd 

Head Coach: lern Claiborne 

S12 atVanderbilt L 17-23 38,624 

S10 West Virginia L 13-17 38,300 

S26 'atNCState W 34-9 47,500 

02 at Syracuse T 17-17 32, 

OKI atFlorida L 10-15 50,310 

017 '.it Wake Forest W 15-.53 25,500 

024 • Duke'" ft 2l-21 31.800 

031 [-] 19] • North Carolina L 10 1" 32,100 

N7 atTulane L "-14 52, 4"4 

Nl4 I-I |2] 'atCIemson L "-21 04,000 

N21 'Virginia W 48-7 21..300 




8-4-0(5-1.3-2.0-1) 

ACC: 5-1-0, 2nd 

Head Coach: Bobby Ross 

Sll [-1 |"| atPennSlale L 31-39 84,5 

S18 [-] [17] at West Virginia L 18-19 50,n 

S25 'NCState W 23-0 34,51 

02 at Syracuse W 20-3 50,2) 

00 IndianaState W 38-0 51,5(1 

(HO -WakeForest W 52-31 55,11 

023 'Duke'" W 40-22 40,11 

051) I-] III)] • at North CaroUna W 31-24 51,; 

N7 1 10] I-I Miami W 18-17 43.21 

N13 jl8| [llj 'Clemson L 22-24 51,' 

N20 [19] |-i 'alVirginia W 45-14 20,0 

Aloha Bowl 

D25 |lb| [9| Washington' L 20-21 3 

Pinal AP Poll #20 

' at Honolulu. Hawaii (Aloha Stadium) 



8-4-0(5-1,3-2,0-1) ^^ ACC 

ACC: 0-0-0. Champions « _ 

Head Coach: Bobby Ross ^ ^CHAMPIONS 
Preseason .47" # / 7 ^*" 

Sll) |1"| I-] atVanderbilt W 21-14 40 

SI" [17] [20] WestVirgirua L 21-31 5i 

S24 I-] [1"| Pittsburgh W 13-7 48,51 

01 |I0| I-I -Virginia W 23-3 40.2' 

08 [16] i-l Syracuse W 34-13 43, 

015 [16] I-I • at Wake Forest W 36-3.5 22 

022 |I5| I-I 'Duke"' W 38-3 40, 

029 113) [3] • North Carolina VV 2.K-20 51. 

N5 H [3] atAuburn L 23-35 "5.0 

\12|I1||1"| 'atCIemson** L 27-52 81. 

Niq (20J [-i 'atNCState W 29-6 32 

Florida Citrus Bowl 

DP [10] I-I Tennessee' L 23-30 50,1 

' at Orlando. Fla. I Florida aims Bowl) 

** Clemson ineligible for league Idle, game counts its Maryland rtclo. 

in ACC standings 



9-3-0(2-2,5-1.2-0) ^^" ACC 

ACC: 6-0-0 .Campions ^_C H AMPION 

Head Coach: Bobby Ror 

SS Syracuse I. 7-23 38..S 

S15 Vanderbilt L 14-23 34,1 

S22 I-I |1"| at West Virginia W 20-17 58,3 

S29 -WakeForest W 38-17 32." 

Ob HUH al PennState I 24-25 85, 1 

Oli 'NCState'" W [4-2] 4.5,1 

02" 'aiDuke W 13-7 I" 

N5 • al North Carolina W 34-23 18,0 

Nil) I-I |b| atMiami * i2 Hi 31,5 

Nl" 1-11201 'Clemson' W 41-23 60,5 

Nil [18] I-] -at Virginia W 45-34 1.3." 

Sun Bowl 

D22|I2| I-] Tennessee- W 2S-2" 

Final AP Poll Ml 
al Baltimore. \ld (Memorial Stadium 1 
-' al Fl Paso, Texas (SunBovjQ 



9-3-0(4-1.3-1,2-1) ^^- ACC 

ACC: 6-0-0, Champions Mb 

Head Coach: Bobby Ross ^^C HAMPIOr 

Preseason AP Poll #" 

S" [7] [19] PennState I. is 20 

SI 1 |l"| |-i Boston College' W il 15 

S2I |l"l I-I West Virginia W 28-0 

S2S |1"| |I2| al Michigan I 20 

05 • al NC State ft 1 1 17 

(110 • .11 ftakcloivsl ft 20 i 

(120 • Duke ft 10 111 

N2 • North Carolina™ ft 28 10 

NO I-I |s| Miami-' I 111') 

Nib 'at Clemson ft (4-31 

N20 • Virginia ft "21 
Cherry Bowl 

D2I Syracuse ft !5 is 
Final AP foil HIS 

atfoxboro, Mass (Sullivan Stadium) 
' at Baltimore, 1/1/ (Memorial Stadium) 

ur I'ontiiic Web (PonHacStlverdome) 



50/ 
50,2 

51.2 
105.2 
20,- 
23." 
16,1 
i0,s 
62.5 
78,1 

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5 Is 



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999 MARYLAND TERRAPINS FOOTBALL 



5-1 ill. 1-2. 0-0-1) 

l : | ; l iih 

.ill ( n.ieh: lloliln Ross 

.11 Pittsburgh » I" 1 

Vanderblll W 55 i\ 

u West Virginia VI !4-3 

- | H| I I • V SOU' I 16 !8 

i Boston College 11 I !5 10 

• WakeForesI I 21 27 

• ai Duke VI 27 19 

• .ii North Carolina L 30-33 
W |-| |2| .ii Penn Slate I 15 17 

5 | I |1S] • Clemson I l" 17 

• atVuglnia « 12 10 
n HUtimore Mil {Memorial Stadium) 



0(3-1. 1-5.0-1) 

tC: 3-3(1 mIi 
ad I oath: Iih Kni.ik 

.ii Syracuse I 11-25 

• Virginia W .'I 19 
West Virginia w 25-20 

i. • .ii \i State I 14-42 

in [-1 131 at Miami I 16 16 

• ai Wakv l.n.si \\ nil 

■ Duke" « ii i J 

• North Carolina I 14-27 
|» |-| |16| PennSlate ' I 16-21 

|9] •alClcmSon I II. .5 

'i atVanderbtll I 24-34 

"v Mil {Memorial Sltulittml 



6-0 i 

.nil 



Si. 2-4) 

! ii I iih 
oach: |nr Krivak 

Louisville w 2" 16 

-I |I2| at Vest Virginia I 24-55 

• V Mali- \\ 30-26 
atSyracuse I 9 20 

• Georgia tech \\ 13-8 

• Vake Forest " I 24-27 

• ai Duke « 34-24 

• at North Carolina \\ ii 38 
at PennState I. 10-17 

-t lln] • Clemson I 25 n 

• ai Virginia I 2i 2i 





i " I 




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III. Ill 


18,120 


S2 


15,275 


Ml 


63,500 


Mi. 


ii 


S2 • 


15,380 


Sill 


I 


07 


18 


on 


in 


021 


85,651 


028 


58,758 


Nil 


2 -..son 


N18 




ai II. 



(5,234 
35,550 
(0,125 

ii 100 

13 

25,175 
37,400 
35,425 
62,500 
-Minn 
34 sin 



SO 157 

88 

52,291 
45,197 
(6,969 
112278 
23,800 

15 

"s 

15,000 
30,600 




3, l-i. o-o-l) 
■ . 6th 
Coach: Joe Krivak 

• ,ii Nl State i 6 10 

I | [17] WeslVirglnla I 10-14 

Western Michigan » 23-0 

|-| n • al Clemson I. " 31 

|-| |n| at Michigan I 11-41 

• orgla lech i ! i '-■ 

• ai Wake Forest v, 27-7 
.link," i 15-46 

• North Carolina \\ 38-0 

I | [13] PennState ' I 13-13 

I | [16] •Virginia i II 18 

Ii re, Mil (Memorial Stadium) 



1 990 



<>-5-l (3-1, .5-3. oil) 
\CC: i i II nil 

Head Coach: |oe Krivak 

si VirginiaTech « 20 13 

SX |-| [25] at West Virginia VI 1 1 10 

S15 I I [16] • Clemson I 17 is 

S22 • Nl State VI 15 12 

S29 |-| |<i| at Michigan I 17-45 

06 1-1 1231 •GeorgiaTech I 5 51 

(115 • WakeForest" VI (1-13 

020 •atDuke w 2 5 20 

02" • at North Carolina I 10-34 

Mi) |-| |21| at Penn Stale L 10-24 

NT |-| [81 • at Virginia VI 55 511 
Independence Howl 

ni5 Louisiana Tech ! I ,54-34 

' at Baltimore, Mil (Memorial Stadium) 
- iii Sbreveport, in (Independence Stadium) 



2-9-0 I 1-3. IS. O-l) 

ACC: 2 5-0, hlh 

Head Coach: Joe Krivak 

S7 • Virginia W 17-6 

S14 |-| |22| Syracuse I 17 51 

S21 Wesl Virginia I 7 37 

Os [-] [17] at Pittsburgh L 20-24 

012 • at Georgia Tech L 10-34 

019 •• ii Wake Forest Vt 25-22 

02d -Duke" ... I. 13-17 

N2 • ai North Carolina I. 0-24 

N9 l-l 191 PennState 1 L 7-47 

NIG [-] |15l • at Clemson I. 7-40 

N23 I-] |22| • at NC State.... I 17-20 

' atBalHmore Mil (Memorial Stadium) 



1 992 



3-8-0(2-4, 1-4) 

ICG 2 (i ll. Sill 

Head Coach: Mark Utiffner 

Si I-] [25| • at Virginia L 15-28 

S12 |-| [19] • NCState I. 10-14 

SI9 at West Virginia I 33-34 

S26 l-l I'll at Penn State I 1349 

05 Pittsburgh w 47-34 

010 l-l [17] •GeorgiaTech 1. 26-28 

or •WakeForest' I 23-30 

02 1 •atDuke V 27-25 

051 |-| [22] • North Carolina I 24-31 

V |-| |6| • at Florida State L 21-00 

Mi "Clemson \\ 55-2.5 



• -9-0(1-4. 1-51 

ACC: 2-0-0. I-7lh 
Head Coach: Mark Dnffner 

si • Virginia I 29 (3 

Sll |-1 |l4| • at North Carolina L 42-59 

S18 Wesl Virginia I 37 12 

S25 at Virginia Tech I 2s-ii 

02 [-] [8] PennState I 7-70 

00 • ai Georgia Tech 

016 -Duke " » 26-18 

niii • ai Clemson I 0-29 

N6 I-] [1] •Florida Stale 1 20-49 

Mi • al V Stall I. 21-44 

\2n •atWakeForest » 55 52 



(1,780 

15, 

211,551 
77,000 
104,877 
32,062 
17,500 
38,617 
2". ill 
61,215 
38,113 



14 198 

1,1,050 
50255 

102,894 
31,941 

27,554 
23,200 

in ill in 

(3 500 

15 525 



16 i ns 

ll illl 
411.442 

38,328 

42.011 

17,342 

ii (23 

511.000 

57,416 

"5. 

56,491 



n (00 
27,550 
55,727 
95,818 
35,891 
26,250 
51,1.52 
17,850 
22000 
64 127 
25 22 5 



55,015 
50,1 

(2 nils 

(2,008 
56,218 

31 (87 

56,255 

ii 120 

12.521 



1-7-0 ( 5-2. I-S) 
ICC: 2 nn, "111 

Head Coach: Mart Dull 

si •atDuke i Ii i9 

sin | | | .| •FloridaStatc I 10-52 

SI7 at West Virginia VI 14-13 

S23 "Wake Forest VI H-7 

(il -at Clemson L 0-13 

015 |-| [15] • at North Carolina i 17 (I 

(122 •GeorgL * 12-27 

(120 rubra" vi 38-10 

\5 . Nl State I is i" 

M2 I I |2l | • at Virginia I. 21 16 

N19 atSyracuse i 16-21 



h-5-0 13-2. 3-3) 
ACC: i i n iih 

Head Coach: Mark Dufrnei 

S2 atTulanc « 29 10 

so • NotlhCarollna vi 52 is 

sid West Virginia vt 51 r 

S25 [24] [-[ • Dute w ii 2,s 

S28 [17[ l-l ••« rgia lech L 3-31 

07 •atWakeForest « 9-6 

021 •Clemson" i 0-17 

02s at Louisville L nil 

\i .atNt State « 10 i I 

Ml |-| |li| • Virginia I 18-21 

MS | | |n| • at Florida State I 17 59 



5-6-0(4-2. 1-3.0-1) 

ACC: 3-5-0, T-hlll 

Head Coach: Mark Dnffner 

\5| Northern Illinois W 30-6 

S7 \lahama-Bininmili.ini w 50-15 

SI4 |-| [22] • at Virginia L 5 21 

S28 |-| |2.5] atWestViiginia I 0-13 

05 • Nl State I 8-34 

012 |-| [13] • at North Carolina L 7-38 

019 •WakeForest" « 52-0 

026 -al Duke U 11 19 

N2 • at Clemson L 3-35 

Mi •Georgia Tech « 13-10 

N23 [-] [31 • Florida State L 10-48 
' al Miami. I'la (Fro Player Stadium) 



1 997 



2-9-0(1-5. Ill 

ACC: 1---0. 8lh 

Head Coach: Run Vanderlinden 

SO Ohio L 14 21 

sli |-| [5] • at Florida Stale L 7-50 

S20 l-l [6] • North Carolina L 14-40 

S27 al Temple W 24-21 

04 • Duke Vt 16-10 

oil West Virginia L li-il 

ois >al Wake Forest I 17-35 

(125 .i lemson" L 9-20 

Nl • Virainiu I (5 

\s • at NCState .... I. 28-45 

N22 • at Georgia Tech L 18-37 



3-8-0(2-3. 1-4.0-1) 

ACC: 1-7-0 I-sih 

Head Coach: Run \anderlinden 

Si James Madison w 25 15 

SI2 |-| |12| -at Virginia L 10-31 

sin |-l |lo] a West Virginia I 2<i i2 

s2n Temple V. 30-20 

03 l-l [«l • Flonda Stale 

010 • al Clemson 

OP •WakeForest 

031 [-1 [231 • Georgia To li 

N" • al Snnh (amlm.t L 13-24 

Nil • al Duke 

N21 -ni State 

1 al Baltimore. Md i NFL Stadium at Camden Yard< i 



10 .1 

(.2852 
24,787 
68,000 

|8 500 

14,456 

2" I2(. 
10,900 

if .in 



18,150 
52,215 
18,055 

i 

H 13; 

19,107 

i' '. 

(5,652 

li "20 



5251" 
30,057 

50 200 

5i 5i2 
52 5511 

(7 

50212 

IS"5I 

60,000 

225H1 
i I 080 



in In., 

72,237 
30,084 

I2S"2 
2 i 2nn 
51,210 
17,893 
27,270 
23 '"'i 
il inn 
ii2"n 



il, 5i" 
122800 
52 279 
27,047 

5.5.1.54 

25 183 

il.2O0 

152272 

21 589 



eil o Domic II started at QB in 1988 and 1"N«. 

l:l--!,l'M;l , JkfJ'|.l|J_J; 



Series results and 'records 

vs. of*/* wents since 1892 
Overall records are listed 
first with home, road and 
neutral records in paren- 
theses. 

• indicates borne games: 
Seutrtil site games are 
indicated 

Air Force 
2-0(1-0, 1-0) 

1961 W J l-o 
1963* « ii-i-i 

Alabama 
1-2 (1-1,0-1) 



1953 . 

|9"4 • 



21-0 
16-21 



Alabama- 
Birmingham 
1-0(1-0.0-0) 
1996 • \\ 31-15 

Alexandria 

High 
1-0 (1-0,0-0) 

1896 • w ls-o 

American 

0-1 (0-1,0-0) 

1918* L 6-13 

Auburn 

1-2 (0-0, 1-2) 

1952 W 13-7 

1958 L "-20 

1983 I. 23-35 

Bainbridge 

Naval 
1-1 (1-1.0-0) 

1943 • l. 0-46 

1946 • \\ 54 II 

Baltimore City 
College 
3-0 (3-0,0-0) 
1893 • \\ 14-0 
1906 • \\ 22-0 
1913 • w 27-0 

Baltimore 

Medical Coll. 

0-1 (0-0.0-1) 

1897 I 0-10 

I BoHlmore Md (Electric PaHt) 

Baltimore Poly 

Institute 

3-1 (3-1,0-0) 

1905 • \\ 20-0 

I'/iis • II 12-a 
I'M 1 • I 0-6 

1915 • \\ In 

Baylor 
1-1 (0-1. 1-0) 

1955 W 20-6 

1956 • I. n I 1 



Bethel 

Military 

1-0(1-0.0-0) 

1896* W 20-10 

Boston 
College 
1-1 (0-1.0-0. 1-0) 
1985 W 31-13 
1486 • L 25-30 
/ Foxboro Mass (Sutttvan Sta- 
dium) 

Boston 

University 

2-0 (0-0. 2-0) 

1949 W 14-13 

1952 W 34-7 

Business High 

1-0(1-0.0-0) 
1896 • \\ 34-0 

Carnegie Tech 

0-1 (0-0.0-1) 
1921 L 0-21 

Catholic 
8-1-2 (5-0-1.3-1-1) 

19111 • \\ 20-0 
I'll I • T 6-6 

141-1 • W 6-11 

1915 L 0-16 

1916 • w 13-9 

I'll'). w 13-0 

1920 w 14-0 

1921 \\ Kill 

1922 W 54-0 
1923* \\ 40-6 
192-1 T 0-0 

Central High 
6-2 (6-2.0-0) 

1893 • \\ 10-0 

1896 • \\ 10-6 

1896 • \\ 14-0 

189" • Vi 2-1-6 

1901 • 1. 0-11 

1908 • W 5-0 

1910 • W 12-H 

1911 • 1. 111! 

Charlotte 

Hall Academy 

1-0(1-0.0-0) 

1911(1. \\ 21-6 

Chicago 
0-1 (0-0.0-1) 

1926 1. 1121 

Cincinnati 
2-0(1-0. 1-0) 

1975 w 21-19 

1976 • W 21-0 

Clemson 

20-25-2 (9-10-1. 10- 

14-0, 1-1-1) 

1952 • U 28-0 
\\ 20 " 

• w 11,11 

1955 \\ !=, 12 

1956 • I 6-6 



I. 

L 

\\ 

\\ 

\\ 

L 

L 

\\ 

\\ 

L 

L 

1 

I. 

I. 

L 

\\ 

W 

\\ 

\\ 

\\ 

\\ 

I. 

\\ 

\\ 

1. 

I 

I. 

w 
w 

T 
I. 
L 
L 
L 
L 
\\ 
L 
1. 
1 

1. 
I, 
I. 

1-Baltlmore Md 

Stadium) 



195" 
1958 • 
1959 
I960- 
1961 
1962 • 
1965 
196-1 • 
1965 
1966 • 
1967 
1968' 

1969 

1970 • 

19" 1 

1972 • 

I9"5 
19" 1 • 
1975 
1976 • 
1977 

1978 • 

19"9 

1980« 

1981 

1982 • 

1985 

198-1 

1985 

1986' 

198^ 

1988 • 

1989 

I 'I'M I 
1491 
1992 • 
1993 
199-1 
1995 • 
1996 
199" • 
1998 



7-26 

11-8 

28-25 

[9-17 

2-1-21 

14-17 

6-21 

3-1-0 

6-0 

10-14 

7-28 

0-16 

0-40 

11-2-1 

14-20 

31-6 

28-13 

41-0 

22-20 

20-0 

21-14 

2-1-28 

19-0 

34-7 

--21 

22-24 

2"-52 

41-23 

3-1-31 

17-17 

16-45 

25-49 

7-31 

17-18 

"-40 
53-23 

0-29 
0-13 
0-17 
3-35 

9-211 

0-23 
(Memorial 



1905 
1904 
1905 
191" > 
194" ■ 
1948 



I. 0-16 

L 0-18 

L 0-12 

W 20-0 

\\ 43-19 
W 



21-0 



Clifton 

Athletic Club 

1-0(1-0.0-0) 

1403 • \\ 5-11 

Colonial 

Athletic Club 

0-1 (0-1.0-0) 

1894 • 1. 0-26 

Connecticut 

1-0(1-0.0-0) 

1942 • \\ 34-0 

Crescent 
Athletic Club 

1-0 (1-0.0-0) 
1892 • W 12 11 

Curtis Bay 

Coast Guard 

0-1 (0-1. 0-0) 

1943* 1. 7-13 

Delaware 
3-5-1 (2-0-1. 1-5-0) 

1899 1. 0-52 

1901 I 6-24 

19112 • T 0-0 



Dickinson 
1-0(1-0.0-0) 

1916 • W 6-0 

Duke 

25-r-O 

(11-5. 12-9.2-3) 

1932 L 0-34 

1933 • L --3S 

1941 1. 0-50 

1942 1. 0-42 
194" 1. --19 
1948* 1. 12-15 

1950 \\ 26-14 

195" L 0-U 

19611 • 1. --20 

1962 L "-Id 

1963 I- 12-30 

1464 l r-24 

1466 • \\ 21-19 

1968 ' L 28-50 

1469 • \\ 20-7 

14-0 L 12-13 

1972 I. 14-20 

14"3 ' W 30-10 

14"4 ' W 56-13 

1976 w 30-3 

1977" Vi 51-13 

1978 \\ 27-0 

19-9 \\ 27-0 

1980 \\ 17-14 

1981 • V, 24-21 

1982 • W 49-22 

1983 • w 38-3 

1984 V 43-7 

1985 • V, 40-10 

1986 w 27-19 

198" • \V 23-22 

1988 \\ 34-24 

1984. I 2i-l6 

1440 \\ 25 211 

1441 • L 13-17 

1442 \\ 27-25 
1993 • \\ 26-18 

1444 I. 16-49 

1445 • Vi 41-28 
1496 Vi' 22-14 
149" • \\ 16-10 
1998 \\ 42-25 
I-Baltimore, Hit 1 Memorial 
Stadium) 2-Wdsbtngton In 
(Griffith Stadium): 3-Klcb- 

iikiihI Va I -\orfoll: Ui 

DUQUESNE 
1-0 (0-0. 1-0) 

194" \\ 52-0 

Eastern High 
4-1 (4-1, 0-0) 

1893 • w 36-o 

1896 • I IK, 

189" • \\ 4-0 

1898 • \\ 111 

1899 • w 22-o 



Episcopal High 

0-4(0-3.0-1) 
1892 • L 0-16 
1896 • L 0-6 

1898 L 0-37 

1900 • L 6-34 

Florida 
6-11 (2-1. 1-6.3-4) 
192" ' L 6-7 

1955 - 1. 0-19 
1934' « 21-0 
1955 \\ 20-6 

1936 L 6-7 

1937 • w 13-7 

1938 1. "-21 

1939' L 0-14 
1949 1. 0-19 

1941 • \\ 15-12 

1942 ' W 15-0 
1944 L 6-14 

19- 1 i. ivr 
19-4-' I. 10-17 
1975 s W 13-0 

1980 L 20-35 

1981 L 10-15 
1-JacksoiwtUe, Flu 1 Municipal 
Stadium): 2— Tampa, Flu . 3- 
Batttmore, Md (Memorial Sta- 
dium) 4- Washington, DC 
(Griffith Stadium) S lachson- 
rille. Fla. (Gator Buiiii. 6-Or- 
lando Flu (tangerine Bowl) 

Florida State 

0-9(0-4.0-4.0-1) 

1966 L 21-45 

1968 • I 14-24 

1992 L 21-69 

1995 • L 20-49 

1994 • L 20-52 

1995 L 17-59 
1996' L 10-48 
199" L --50 
1998 • I. 10-24 
t-Mtami Fla (ProPloyer \ta- 
dlum) 

Fort Monroe 
0-0-1 (0-0-1.0-0-0) 
1904 • T 0-0 

Fredricksburg 

2-0(1-0. 1-0) 
1908 \\ 10-0 

I'll I • \\ 5-0 

Gallaudet 
9-6-1 (--4- 1.2-2-0) 

1896 • T 0-0 

189" • I. 6-16 

1898. I. 0-35 

1991 • I, 111-11 
I9IU \\ 22-5 

I905« w I6-0 

I'M" I. 0-5 

1908" « 5-0 

1404 w 14-12 

1411 . w 6-2 

1912 • \\ 13-7 

I'll i • I OH 

1911 1 0-23 

1915 • V. 1112 

1926 » v. S8-7 

1929. \\ 13-6 



Georgetown 
6-10(3-6.0-1.3-3) 

1894 • \\ 6-4 

1902 • I. 0-2" 

1903 • L 0-28 

1904 L 0-22 
1906 ' I 0-28 
190" • I. 0-10 
1954 • \\ 6-0 
1935' V, 12-6 

1936* I. 6-7 

193- ' w 12-2 

1938* L --14 
1939 ' L 0-20 

1940 • L 0-4l 

1941 L 0-26 
1449 • \\ 33-7 
1950' W 25-14 
l-Wdshington D.C (Griffith 
Stadium) 

Georgetown 

Prep 

1-1 (1-1.0-0) 

1900 • L 0-5 

1900 • V, 15-0 

George 
Washington 
11-3 (7-2. 1-0.3-1) 
1898 • I. 5-17 
1902« W 11-10 
1903 \\ 6-0 

1907 v. 10-0 
1408 • I. 0-5" 
1909 L 0-26 

1910' W 11-0 
1948 •'" Vi 4"-0 
1949' \\ 40-14 

1950 • W 23-" 

1951 • W 33-6 
195.3 ' W 27-6 

1954 • W 48-6 

1955 • Vi' 19-0 
l-Vdshington. DC /Griffith 
Stadium) 

Georgia 

3-2-1 

(1-0-0.2-1-0,0-1-1) 

19-,- ' r 211-211 

1950 L 7-27 

1951 V, 43-7 

1952 W 37-0 

1955* Vi' 40-13 

1973 I 16-17 

I -Jacksonville Fla (Gator 
Wlanta Ga (Fidlon 
County Stadium) 

Georgia Tech 
3-8(3-2.0-5.0-1) 

1988. tt 13-8 
1989 1. 24-28 

1990. 1. 3-31 

1991 I. 10-34 

1992 « I 26-28 
1995 I 0-38 

1994 • w B-27 

1995 I. 5-51 

I'i'ii. . w [3-10 

199" 1 18-37 

1998 I 14-31 
/ Batttmon Md (NF1 Stadium 
at Camden Yards) 



Gibraltar 
Athletic Cl. 
0-1 (0-1.0-0) 

1901). L 0-1 

Gonzaga Hi 
1-1 (1-1.0-0) 

1900 » L 5 I 
1900 ♦ \\ 

Greenville Ai 
Base 
1-0(0-0. 1-0) 
1945 V. 43-1 

Guilford 
1-0(1-0,0-0) 

1945 • w 60 

Gunton Tempi 
1-0(1-0.0-0) 

1905 • * 21- 

Hampden-Sydn 
2-2 (2-2.0-0) 

1959 • W 
19411 • L 6- 

19 ll • \\ 18 

I944« I. 0-1 

Haverford 
0-2 (0-1.0-1) 

1915 L 0- 

1916 • L 6-! 

Houston 
0-1 (0-0.0-0.0-1 
I9"6 L 21- 

l-DaBas, Texas (Cotton fti 

Indiana 
0-2 (0-0.0-1.0 
1954 L 14-1 

1955 ' L 
1-Baltlmore, Md 1 Ifefl* 
Stadium) 



Indiana Stat 
1-0(1-0.0-0) 

1982 • \\ 38 

James Madisoi 
1-0(1-0.0-0) 

1948 • W 23-1 



Johns Hopkin: 

16-11-5 
(1-2-0. 8-5-2. --4-' 

1892 1. 0-6. 

184" • 1. 115' 

1.848 I, I). 1 1 

1844 1 11-4 

19111 I. • O-i 

19112- I. 0-1" 

1908 I. IM 

19119 I. II 

1910 I II II 

I'll I • I. 5-1 

1412 \\ l< 

1415 \\ 20 'I 

1414 \\ III 

1415 1. II- 

1916 \\ il'l 

1917 W 



122 



TT. 



LAND TERRAPINS F 



nrnn\-\- 







ALL-TIME SERIES RESULTS 









us 


I 


110 


M ichigan 


»l" 


w 


Ml) 


0-3 (o-o, 0-3) 


120 • 


w 


24-7 


loss 1. II JO 


122 


v. 


3-0 


1989 1. -'i ii 


i}23 ' 


1 


6-6 


looo 1 17 is 


124 


i 


n ii 




125 


1 




Michigan State 


126 


w 


17-1 i 


1-4 (0-1. 1-3) 


127 


1 


13-14 


104i . I. 0-8 


128 


w 


26-6 


ion 1 0-33 


129 


w 


59-6 


1946 1, 14-26 


130 


w 


21-0 


1947 I 7-14 


131 


w 


J5-] i 


1950 w 54-7 


132 


w 


23 ii 




133 


w 


2~-~ 


Minnesota 


134 


v> 


19-0 


1-0 (0-0.0-0. 1-0) 


Of/km Park ii, 


2 \men 


10""' \\ 17-7 


Park 1 Bidtimorv 


t-Blrmlngbam i/., (legion 

Held) 


Kentucky 


Mississippi 


•2-: i 


2-1-1 


l-i-i) 


1-1 (1-0.0-1) 


Oil • 


I 


6-6 


19S2 1. It 21 


is. 


\\ 


20-11 


1953 • vt 38-0 


956 • 


1. 


0-1 i 




975 

.n, . 
178* 


1 


1010 


Mississippi State 


w 


24-14 


1-0(1-0.0-0) 


w 


20-3 


1979* * 55-14 


1 


7-14 










Missouri 


.AKEHURST 


Naval 


6-0 (2-0. 3-0. 1-0) 


1-0(1-0. 


0-0) 


|o ( o V, 20-" 


142 • 


w 


14-0 


1951 • w ss-o 

1952 \\ 13-10 


-OUIS 


ANA 


State 


1953 w 20-6 


3-0(2-0, 


1-0) 


1954 • w 74-13 


951 


w 


27-0 


10SS \\ 13-12 


952 • 


w 


34-6 


1 l,h ksOHIftlte, Flo (Gator 



-ouisiana Tech 
|i-0-l (0-0,0-0,0-0-1) 

ooo r 34-34 

^bretvporl la flndepen- 
■>hr Sladiuml 

Louisville 
3-1 (2-0. 1-1) 

978 w 24-17 

979 • v, 28-7 
ins- w 27- id 
oos i o-31 

Miami 
7-7(1-0,6-6,0-1) 

its w 27-13 

'■040 w 13-0 

TC \\ 30-0 

§4 L 7-9 

'ost, i, 6-13 

os- w [6-6 

•'Ss w 26-14 

%2 I 24-28 

o-o L Ills 

o"2 I 8-28 

!• w 18-17 

j&4 w 42-40 

'ss I. 22-29 

98" L [6-46 

Mlimore. I/,; I Memorial 
ihlittmt 

Miami (Ohio) 

0-1 (0-1.0-0) 
969. L 21-34 



Haul) 

Mt. St. Joseph's 

2-0 (2-0.0-0) 
1002 • w 5-0 
loos • w 28-0 

Mount St. 

Mary's 
1-4 (0-0. 1-4) 

ISOj L 0-2-1 

1002 1. 0-5 

lOO.i L 0-2 

1004 \\ [1-6 

1907 I 6-12 

Mt. Washington 

0-1 (0-0.0-1) 
1000 L 0-29 

Navy 
S-14 (3-2.0-9. 2-3) 

1905 1- 0-17 

1906 1. 12 

1907 L 0-12 

1908 • 1. 0-57 
101 S L 0-76 
10|(,. L "-14 
1917 L 0-62 

1930 L 0-6 

1931 w 6-0 
1932 ' L "-2S 
1934 L 13-16 
1950 • » ss-21 

10S1- Vv 40-21 

losj . \\ 38-7 

10SS- 1. 14-40 



IOS0 I. I i 22 

1963 i " 12 

1964 • w r ii 

1965 I 7 I") 

Washington l>< (Griffith 
Stadium) J Baltimore n,i 
i Memorial Stadium) 

New York U. 
2-0 I l-o. 1-0) 

1010 V> III" 

I0I.N. \\ 6-2 



North 

26-3^-1 

12-18 

1020 
1021 
1022 
1023 • 
1024 
102S ' 

1926* 
1927 

1928 • 
1020 • 

1930 

loss 
1036 
1946 

104"-' 

1948 •'-" 
10SII 
10SI • 

1953 

10S4 • 

loss 
1956 
lOS" • 
105S 

1959 • 
i960 

1061 • 

1002 

1003 • 

1064 ' 
I OOS 

1967 

1068 • 
1970 • 
1971 
1972 • 
1973 
1974 • 
1975 
1977 • 
1978 

10"0 . 
1080 
1981 • 

1082 

loss • 

10S4 
108S • 

1986 

108" • 

1988 

1989* 

10011 

1001 

1092 • 

1995 

1994 

1995 • 

1000 



Carolina 
(13-12-0. 
I. 1-4-0) 



ISO 

7-16 
3-27 
i in 
6-0 
0-16 
lid 
6-7 

19-26 
0-43 

21 28 

0-33 

0-1 1 

0-33 

0-10 

20-49 

[4-7 
26-0 
33-0 
25-7 
6-34 
21-7 
0-2" 
1(-- 
22-19 
8-1-4 

31-13 
7-14 

10-0 
10-12 

0-14 
33-24 

20-SS 

14-33 

26-31 

23-3 

24-12 

34-7 

7-16 

21-20 

17-14 

3-17 

10-17 

31-24 
28-26 
34-23 
28-10 
30-32 

U-2" 

41-SS 
SS-0 

10-34 
0-24 

24-31 
42-S0 

17-41 
J2-18 

-■Ss 



100" • I I I III 

loos I 13-24 

/ Baltimore Md i Memorial 

Stadium) .' mabinglon in 

{GrtSfltb Stadium) 1 lorfolk 

i,i 

NC State 

24-2"-4 (12-11-2, 

12-14-1. 0-2-1 1 

looo l 0-33 

1917' I. o in 

1921 ' T (, i, 

1022 W 7-6 

1923 V> 20 12 

102 )• T 0-0 

1946 I. 7-28 

1947 • T on 
ioio w [4-6 
iosii* i. 13-16 
iosi • w 53-0 

1054 « 12-14 

I9S0 \\ 25-14 

10S". i, is is 

1055 \\ 21-6 

1959 « w 33-28 

1060 1, mis 

looi • w [0-7 

1962 \\ 1 i-6 

1903 • I. 14-36 

1904 1. 13-14 

I OOS • 1. "-29 

1966 I. 21-24 

100" • 1. Oil 

1968 1. 11-31 

1009 • I. "-'4 

1970 ' I o-o 

10" 1 • \\ 35-7 

1972 T 24-24 

1973 1. 22 21 

1974 - w 20-10 
I0"S» \\ 3"-22 

1976 \Y 16-6 

1977 I. 20-24 
1978* w 31-7 

1979 L 0-7 

1980 • Vi 24-0 

1981 Vi 34-9 

1982 • W 23-6 

1983 W 29-6 

1984 • W 44-21 

loss w 31-17 

1986 • L 16-28 

198" L 14 42 

loss • w 30-26 

1989 I- 6-lo 

1990 • \\ 1S-12 
1901 L 17-20 
1092* L 10-14 

1993 1. 21-44 

1004 • L 4S-4" 

loos w 50-13 

1096 • 1. 8-34 

109" L 28-45 

1998* L 21-SS 
l-Vasbington I) < (Central 
lis Stadium), 2-Batiimore, 
Md (Memorial Stadium) 3- 
\orfolk la. 

Northern 

Illinois 

1-0(1-0.0-0) 

1996 • V, 30-6 



Ohio U. 

II 111. 0-0) 

1965 • * 24-7 

199" • I I I 21 

Oklahoma 
0-1 (0-1. 0-1.0-2) 

loss 1 0-7 
1055 ' I. 6-20 
1064 • I. SIS 

106- I SS 

/ Miami il,t (OrangeBowl) 

Old Maryland 

( Baltimore) 

3-2-1 (3-1-1.0-1) 

1806 • T 0-0 

1002 • 1. 0-5 

1003' w 110 

I'll) 1 I. 0-6 

I oos» U 23-5 

1912 • w 58-0 

Olympia A.C. 
1-0(0-0.0-0. 1-0) 

1002 ' \\ 6 II 

/ Washington, D C 

Orient A.C. 
2-0(2-0,0-0) 

1803 • * 16-6 
1804' Vt SOU 

Pennsylvania 

1-4 (0-0. 1-4) 

1022 1. 0-12 

102S \\ 3-0 

193" I. 21-28 

194() 1, 0-51 

1941 1. 6-SS 

Pennsylvania 

Military 

2-1-1 (1-1-0. 1-0-1) 

1912 T 13-13 
191S* L 7-27 
1914 W 26-0 
1915* w 14-15 



Pen 
1-35 

0-22 

1917 
1937 

1938 
1939 

1943 • 

1944 

196(1 
1961 • 
1062 
I Oos . 
1964 
I'lhS • 
1066 
106" • 
I OOS 
1000 

1970 • 
1971 

10" 2 

1973 • 

10-4 
1975 . 



n State 
1 (1-12-0. 
-0.0-2-1) 



0-57 
14-21 

0-33 
0-12 
0-45 
19-34 

0-2S 

21-17 

"25 

is-r 
9-17 
7-19 
7-15 
3-38 
13-57 
0-48 
0-34 
27-63 

16-40 

22-42 
l"-24 
13-15 



10" 1. 9-27 
its 1 5.27 
1979* 1 

1980 • 1. Ill 2 1 

I0S2 I SI SO 

IOSi 1, 2l2S 

loss • I 18 10 

loso 1 is r 

198"' I. 16 21 

loss I 10-17 

1989 ' T ISIS 

10011 I 1021 

1001 1 7-47 

1992 I 13-49 

1993 • 1 "-"0 

/ Baltimore Md (Memorial 
Stadium) 

Pittsburgh 

3-2(2-0. 1-2) 

1980 1. 9-38 

I98S* VI 13-7 

1986 v, 10-" 

1001 1. 20 24 

1002 • Vt 47-34 

Princeton 

0-2 (0-0.0-2) 

1020 1. 0-35 

1022 I. 0-26 

Randolph- 
Macon 
2-0-1 (2-0-1.0-0) 

1904 • T 0-0 

1920 • W S,o 
1923' W 53-0 

Richmond Army 

Air Base 

1-0 (1-0.0-0) 

1943 • W 19-6 



Ric 
12-S-l C 
1907 

1908 
1909 
1910 

1911 • 

1912 • 
1913* 
1022 • 

1923 • 

1924 • 

1936 

1 938 • 
194S 
1946 • 
194" • 
IO4S 

1976« 
1977 



HMOND 
'-2-0. S-3-1) 



S II 
11-22 
0-12 
22-D 
120 
46-11 
4S-0 
0-0 
23-0 
38-0 
12-0 
6-19 
21-0 
"-3" 

18-6 

19-0 

31-7 

27-24 



Rock Hill 
5-1-1 (2-1-0. 1-0-1) 
1898 T 12 12 

1898 • V, 27-0 
1901 • L 5-16 
1906 W 16-0 

1909 • V> 5-0 



Rutgers 
• -3(0-0. 1-3,3-0) 

1920 I. 00 

1021 W 5-0 

I02S « 10 

1939 I. 12-25 

run \\ li- 

1941 I. 20 

1942 W 27-13 
/ Philadelphia Pa J Bain 
nmrf Md (Memorial Stadium) 

St. John's 

( Annapolis) 

18-11 (13-4.4-7, 1-0) 



I 

W 

I. 

L 

L 

I. 

fl 

Vk 



0-50 

6 

6-26 

(6 

02 

0-18 

27-5 

20 1 
0-16 
0-31 

III, 
0-2" 
0-2" 

13-0 
J" It 
2--1) 

31-6 

14-3 
10 1 1 

27-0 
3-7 

2S-0 

21-13 
24-7 
20-0 

13-0 
39-6 
20-0 
2S-I) 

l-Battlmore Vd. (Homewood 

held) 



1892 
IS0S. 
I SO 1 

1897 

IS00 

1'IIIS 

ions • 
[906 

loir • 
loos • 

1010 
1011 • 
1012 

101s 

1014 

1915 • 

1916 • 
191" • 
1918' 

1010 
1921 • 
1923 • 
1930 • 
10S2 • 
loss . 
1034 • 

19.35 • 

19.36 • 
193" • 



w 

VI 

\x 

Vt 

w 

L 

w 
ft 
w 
w 
w 
w 
w 
w 



South 


Carolina 


17-11 


(U- 


2.6-9) 


1926 


L 


11-12 


192" • 


w 


26-0 


102S 


L 


"-21 


1020 • 


1. 


O-20 


1945 


\\ 


10- IS 


1946 • 


L 


17-21 


194" 


\i 


19-13 


1948 


\\ 


19-" 


1949 • 


\\ 


44-" 


1953 • 


\\ 


24-6 


1954 


w 


20-0 


loss . 


w 


27-0 


I0SO 


L 


0-13 


I0S" 


\\ 


10-6 


1958* 


w 


10-6 


[959 


L 


6-22 


I960 • 


\\ 


15-0 


1961 


L 


10-20 


• 


\\ 


13-11 


loos 


L 


IS-21 


1064 • 


V, 




100S 


VS 


27-14 


1966* 


\s 


14-2 


196" 


L 


0-51 


1968 • 


w 


21-1" 


1969 


L 








•t rriFPAPrr^ poorm:^- 



^_i 





1970 • 


W 


21-15 


105"" L Old 


1975 


• \\ 


il-0 


Va. Military 


1000 


\\ 


14-13 


Washington 


W 


ESTERN 




1971 


1. 


6-35 


1974 ' 1. 3-7 


[976 


- w 


20-9 


14-9-2(4-4,7-4-2,3-1) 


1001 < 


w 


10-7 


College 


Maryland | 










1975 L 8-26 


1977 


> w 


19-13 


1010 


1. 


0-8 


1962 


w 


13-2 


19-3-1 (15-1 


4-2-1) 




7-14- 


1 




Southern 


1983 3 L 23-30 


1979 


> w 


24-20 


1916 • 


W 


15-9 


1003 


Vv 


32-0 


1894 


\\ 


12-0 


(6-4. 


3-5,8-5-l)| 




Methodist 


10S4 ' W 28-27 


10S0 


• w 


7-3 


1917 


T 


14-14 


1004 < 


L 


17-21 


1902 


I 


0-0 


1893 


W 


IS 




2-0(1-0, 1-0) 


l-tfew Orleans, La (Tulane- 
Sugar Bowl Stadium); 2-Mem- 








1918 


W 


7-6 


1905 


W 


10-7 


1003 • 


w 


2S-0 


1894* 


w 


52 1 




1001 


w 


14-6 


phis, Venn (Liberty Bowl Me- 


Virginia 


1027 


W 


10-6 


1966 < 


W 


34-7 


1005 


L 


0-17 


1896 


w 


10 




1962 • 


w 


7-0 


morial Stadium), 3-Orlando, 
l : l,i (Florida CUr us Bowl) 4-El 




37-24- 


2 


102S 


T 


0-0 


100- 


I. 


17-35 


1000 • 


W 


55-0 


1898 


I, 


0-3 










Paso /run (SunBowl) 


(17-9 


-2, 19- 


4, 1-1) 


1020 


1, 


6-7 


1968 


1 


14-38 


1907 


w 


10-5 


1899* 


L 


0-2 




SWARTHMORE 




1919 


W 


13-o 


1030 


W 


20-0 


I960 


w 


1914 


1908* 


L 


0-11 


1001 • 


L 


0-5 




0-1 (0-1, 


0-0) 


Texas 


1925 


L 


0-6 


1931 


w 


11-20 


10-1 < 


L 


14-18 


1910 • 


\\ 


5-0 


1902 


L 


6-2 




1919" 


1. 


6-10 


0-3(0-1,0-1,0-1) 


1926 • T 


6-6 


1932 


w 


12-7 


1972' 


W 


23-0 


1911 


I. 


5-17 


1903' 


W 


6- 










1050 1. 0-26 


1927 


L 


0-21 


1933 


1. 


13-19 


1973 


\\ 


37-0 


1012 


W 


1-0 


1904 


L 







Syracuse 


1000 • 1. 0-34 


1928 • W 


18-2 


1934 ' 


w 


23-0 


1974 


w 


47-0 


1913 • 


w 


2-0 


1905 • 


I. 


11 






4-18 


2 


1978' 1. 0-42 


1929* T 


13-13 


1055 


w 


6-0 


1075 


w 


27-0 


1014 


w 


3-0 


1010 


1. 


3-1 




(5-9-1,6-9.3-0-1) 


1-BlPaso, Texas (Sun Bowl) 


1930 


W 


14-0 


1936 • 


1. 


7-13 


1976 


w 


17-15 


1915 • 


w 


28-13 


1911 • 


L 


0- 




1920 


w 


10-7 


Texas A & M 


1931 • W 


7-6 


1937 


w 


9-7 


1977 


w 


35-7 


1920 • 


w 


27-0 


1912 


W 


17- 




1921 


I. 


0-42 


1032 


L 


6-7 


1938 • 


1. 


14-47 


1978 < 


w 


30-0 


1924* 


w 


23-0 


1913 • 


W 


46- 




1935 ' 


T 


0-0 


0-2 (0-1,0-1) 

105" L 13-21 


1933 


1. 


0-0 


1939 -' 


[. 


14-4" 


10-0 


1. 


17-25 


1025 • 


w 


13-0 


1914 


L 


13-2 




1936 ' 


W 


20-0 


1034 • 


20-0 


1940* 


1. 


0-20 


1980 < 


w 


11-10 


1020 • 


w 


03-0 


1915- 


V, 


51 ( 










1958" 1. 10-I4 


































1937 ' 


w 


13-0 




1035 


W 


14-7 


1041 • 


L 


0-27 


1981 


v 


45-33 


1927* 


w 


80-0 


1918- 


V, 


10 




1958 


L 


0-53 


Third Army 
Corps 


105h 


W 


21-0 


1942 


1. 


0-20 


1982 


w 


52-31 


1928* 


w 


31-0 


1919 • 


\\ 


20- 




1939 • 


L 


7-10 


103" 


V, 


3-0 


1943 ' 


w 


34-21 


1983 


w 


30-33 


1929* 


V? 


34-7 


1928* 


\\ 


l> 




1955 


W 


34-13 


103S • 


19-27 


1944 '' 


w 


8-6 


1984 


w 


38-17 


1930 • 


w 


00-0 


1929' 


1. 


0-1 




1956 • 


1. 


12-26 


1-0(0-0,0-0. 1-0) 

1022 ' W 7-0 
1-BaUimore, Md (Momewood 


1050 


1, 


7-12 


1045 • 


w 


38-0 


1985 


w 


20-3 


1931 • 


w 


13-0 


1930" 


L 


0- 




1959 


L 


0-20 


1040 • 1. 


0-10 


1971 • 


w 


38-0 


1986 


1. 


21-27 


1932* 


w 


63-0 


1931 ' 


W 


41 




1961 • 


W 


22-21 


Field) 


1042 


w 


27-12 


1972 • 


w 


28-16 


1987 


w 


14-0 








1032 ' 


L 


7-3 




1965 • 


L 


7-24 




1943 


I 


0-39 


I -Baltimore \ld 


(Memorial 


1988 


I, 


24-2" 


West 


Virginia 


1933 ' 


L 


7-1 










Tulane 








Stadium). - 


-KorJ ilk. 






















1966 • 


L 


7-28 


1944 ' 


1, 


7-18 


Roanoke, Va 






1989 


w 


27-7 


16-18-2(8- 


1935 ' 


W 


22 




1967 • 


L 


3-7 


4-2 (3-0, 1-2) 


1045 ' 


w 


10-13 








1990 


w 


41-13 


1919 


L 


0-27 


1936 3 


L 


0-1 




1968 


1. 


14-32 


1033 L 0-20 


1957 . 


w 


12-0 


Virginia 


Tech 


1001 


w 


23-22 


1943 


1. 


2-0 


1937 • 


\\ 


6- 




1969 • 


1. 


0-20 


1973 • W 42-9 


1958 


w 


44-0 


15-11 (4 


-2,4 


-3. 7-6) 


1002 


L 


23-30 


1044 • 


T 


0-0 


1 938 J 


W 


14-i 




1970 


1. 


"-23 


1978 • W 31-7 


1950 


w 


55-12 


1010 • 


L 


0-6 


1005 


w 


33-32 


1045 


T 


13-13 


1939* 


\v 


12- 




1971 • 


I. 


13-21 


iosi 1. 7-14 


1000 


w 


44-12 


1920 


W 


7-0 


1004 


w 


31-7 


1947' 


W 


27-0 


1940' 


w 


01 




i>r2 


L 


12-16 


1004 • W 38-10 


1961 


I 


16-28 


1021 ' 


W 


10-7 


1995 


w 


0-0 


1948 


1, 


14-10 


1941 * 


T 


6-1 




1973 • 


W 


38-0 


1005 W 29-10 


1002 


w 


40-18 


1922 


L 


0-21 


1090 


w 


52-0 


1949* 


w 


47-7 


1942 ' 


w 


51-1 




19" 1 


w 


31-0 




1063 


w 


21-0 


1923 ' 


L 


0-10 


100" 


L 


17-35 


1050 


w 


4l-0 


I -Washington I) ( 


' 2-Bal 




1975 • 


w 


24-7 


UCLA 


1004 


w 


10-0 


1024 -' 


L 


0-12 


1998 


L 


10-20 


1951 • 


w 


54-7 


mure. Md lltiimei 
3-Ballimore, 'Id 


ood Plel 
f Memor 




1976 


w 


42-28 


1-1 (1-0,0-1) 


1005 


L 


27-33 


1925' 


L 


o-3 








1959 • 


w 


27-7 


stadium) 








[977. 


w 


24-10 


1054 L ""-12 


1060 


1. 


17-41 


1020 '" 


L 


8-24 


Walbrook 


A.C. 


1960 


w 


31-S 










1978 


w 


24-9 


1055 • W 7-0 


1067 


1. 


7-12 


102" ' 


W 


13-7 


0- 


1 (0-0.0-1) 


1000 • 


w 


2S-0 


Western 




1981 • 


T 


17-17 




100s 


1. 


23-28 


1928' 


L 


6-0 


1901 


L 


0-36 


1000 


L 


--51 


M 


ICHIGAN 




1982 


w 


20-3 


U.S. Marines 


1000 


w 


17-14 


1929 ' 


W 


24-0 








1970 • 


1. 


10-20 


1-0 (i-ii. 


ii-ii) 




1983 • 


w 


34-13 


1-0 (1-0,0-0) 


1970 


w 


17-14 


1930 3 


W 


13-7 


W 


ASHINGTON 


1973 • 


1. 


13-20 


19S9« 


w 


23-( 




19Sl • 


1. 


7-23 


1001 • W 27-0 


1971 


L 


27-29 


1931 


w 


20-0 


0-1 (0-0,0-0.0-1) 


1976 


W 


24-3 


W 








1985 ' 


w 


35-18 




1072 


w 


24-23 


1932 • 


1. 


0-23 


1982' 


1. 


20-21 


1977* 


L 


16-24 


LLIAM <x 




1987 


L 


11-25 


U.S. Merchant 


1973 


w 


33-0 


1055 ' 


1. 


0-14 


l-Honi 


lulu, It, 111 


111 (Aloha 


1980 


\\ 


1 ill 




Mary 




I9SS 


L 


0-20 


Marine 


10"4 


w 


10-0 


1034 ' 


w 


14-9 


Stadiun 


) 




1981 • 


1. 


13-17 


1-2 


(0-1. 


1-1) 




1991 • 
1994 


1. 
L 


17-31 

10-21 


1-0(1-0.0-0) 

1045 • W 22-6 


10"5 

10-0 


w 
w 


62-24 

28-0 


1935 ' 

1030 ' 


v, 


7-0 
6-0 


Washington & 
Lee 


I0S2 
1983 • 


I. 
1 


18-19 

21-31 


1905 
1945 • 


1. 


17-i 

14-3 




/ Baltimore, Md. 
Stadium), 2-Neu 


1 Memorial 
York, VI 




1977 


> w 


28-0 


1045 


1, 


13-21 


13-5-2(5-3-2. 


i-2.6-0) 


1984 


w 


20-17 


I9i0 


L 


7-4 




(Polo Grounds), 


1-Pontiac, 


Vanderbilt 


107S 


w 


17-7 


10)0. 


w 


6-0 


1924 


. 1, 


7-19 


1985 • 


w 


28-0 










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frdome) 


4-7(2-1,2-5,0-1) 


1070 


« w 


17-7 


1047 


w 


21-19 


1025 
1020 

1927 

102S 
1930 
1931 




3-7 
0-3 
0-13 
0-0 
il-7 
13-7 


1986 


w 


24-3 




Yale 










1027 1. 20-39 


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w 


31-0 


1948 •'" 


w 


2S-0 


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1987 • 


w 


25-20 


2-8-1 (0-0, 


2-8-1) 




Tech H 


IGH 


1931 I. 12-39 


IOSI 


w 


48-7 


1949 


w 


34-7 


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19SS 


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w 
w 


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5-0 


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1948 1. 0-34 


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1983 

10S4 


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■ w 


45-14 

23-3 

1 S - 5 1 


1050 • 
1000 • 

1993 


w 
w 

L 


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20-13 
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1990 
1991 • 


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1922 
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w 


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1984 • I 14-23 
1986 • w 35-21 








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Washington D.C 


1052 


w 


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1. 


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1012* \\ 
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0-11 

6-0 
31-6 


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1987 

loss 

10S0 


w 
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1. 
1. 


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21-19 

23-24 
21 IS 


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4-Baltlmore, Md t Memorial 
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1934 

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1036- 


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1995 • 

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1001 


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1938 ; 


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1946 


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1900 • 


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1971 • I. 13-28 


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1050 


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RYLAND TERRAP 







ALL-TIME SERIES RECORDS 



opponent ((■anus Played) 
r . 1 1- Force ( 2 I 

J.iluiiul.i) 
ih niu Birmingham 1 1 ) 

icxandria High ( I ) 

mericiui I (l) 

ubum (3> 

ialnbridge \.i\:il (2) 

lallimore Cn\ College ( it 

lulliiiiiiiv Medical College ( I ) 
'lallinmiv Pol\ i n^t i l ii 1 1- ( i) 

t.nlor (2) 

lethel Mililan (1) 

loslon i ollege (-') 
Jostonl (2) 
business High 1 1 ) 

amegie rcch ( 1 ) 

.iiholu I ill) 
tattralHigh (8) 
jharloite Hall Vcadcrm 1 1 1 

bfcago (li 

iDCJnnaii (2) 

lanson ( i") 
BBon Athletic Cluh 1 1 1 

oloni.il Vthleu'c Club ( 1 ) 

kHinecticut ( 1 ) 
tresceni Vthlelic Cluh ( 1 ) 
tunis H.i\ Coast Guard ( I ) 
behware (9) 

lickinson ( I) 
Hke(42) 
jniquesne ( I > 
■Bern High (5) 
Episcopal High (-)) 
Honda (l"l 
Borida State (9 

Hit Monroe (1) 

redricksburg (Va I (2) 
taDaudei (16 

Kprgeiown (Id) 

ieorgetovvn Prep i2i 

leorge Washington ( I i 



Record 

2-0-0 

1-2-0 
I Dll 

I III) 

II I II 
I 2 I) 
I I li 
5-0-0 
ii i i) 
3-1-0 
I I i) 
I no 
1-1-0 
1 n ii 
I no 
0-1-0 
8-1-2 
6 2 ii 

1 no 
ii I n 

2 Oil 
20-25-2 

1-0-0 

I ii 

1 llll 
I 11(1 

0-1-0 

3-S-l 

ion 

25-17-0 

l-o-o 

1-1-0 

0-4-0 

6-11-0 

0-9-0 

0-0-1 

2-0-0 

9-6-1 

6-10-0 

1-1-0 

11-3-0 



First 

I'K.i 

I0S2 

1996 

ISOO 

1918 

I0S2 

1943 
1893 
1897 
1905 

I0SS 

1896 
1985 
1949 
1896 
1921 
1910 
1893 
1900 

1020 
1975 
1952 
1903 
1894 
10)2 
1892 

I'M.i 

1899 
1916 
1932 
1947 
1893 
1892 
102" 
1000 

1904 

loos 

ISOO 
ISO, 

loon 
1898 



last 
1963 
1974 

1000 

1896 

IOCS 

1983 
1946 
1913 
1897 
1915 
1956 

ISOO 

1986 

19S2 

ISOO 
1021 

1924 

ion 

10011 

1926 
1976 
1998 
1903 
1894 
1942 

1S02 

1943 

10 |S 
1010 

loos 
1947 

isoo 

1000 
I OS I 

1998 
1904 

ION 

1929 
1950 

101 in 



Opponent (Gaines Played) 
Georgia ioi 
Georgia Tech 1 1 1 1 
Gibraltar UhleticClub 1 1 1 
Gonzaga High (2) 
Greenville Ui Base ( I ) 
Guilford College 1 1 ) 
i, union Temple 1 1 1 
Hampden Sydne) ( o 
Haverford (2) 
Houston ( i ) 
Indiana (2) 
Indiana State ( I ) 
[antes Madison 1 1 1 
Johns Hopkins (32) 
Kentuck) (7) 
Lakehurst NavaJ ( 1 ) 
Louisiana State i 5) 
Louisiana Tech I 1 1 
Louisville I n 
Miami ( 14) 
Miami I. (Ohio) d) 
Michigan ( i) 
Michigan State (Si 
Minnesota (I) 

Mississippi (2) 

Mississippi Stale ( 1 ) 

Missouri (6) 

Mount St. Joseph's (2) 

Mount St. Man's (S) 

Mount Washington (1) 

Navy (10) 

New YorkU. (2) 

North Carolina (61) 

NC State (SS) 

Northern Illinois (1) 

Ohio I. (2) 

Oklahoma (4) 

Old Mankind (Baltimore) (0) 

Ohmpia Athletic Club ( 1 ) 

Orient \thlelieClub(2) 

Pennsylvania (S) 



Record 

3 2 1 
3-8 o 

i o 
II o 

1 o 
I o o 
I o ii 
2-2-0 
(I 2 

I I) 
0-2-0 

1 -0-0 
I o 

16-11-5 
yi-i 

I I) 
villi 

o-o-i 
3-1-0 
7-7-0 
0-1-0 
0-3-0 
1-4-0 

1-0-0 

111) 

1-0-0 

6-0-0 

2-0-0 

1-4-0 

o-l-o 
5-14-0 

2-0-0 
26-3-1.1 
24-27-4 

1-0-0 
1-1-0 

0-4-0 
3-2-1 
1-0-0 
2-0-0 
1-4-0 



First 

1947 

loss 

1000 

looo 
1943 
1945 
1903 
1939 
1915 
1976 
103) 
I os j 
1 00s 

I SO 2 

1931 
1942 
1951 

1000 

1978 
1948 

1000 

loss 
1944 
1977 
1952 
1979 

10-40 

1002 

ISO) 
1000 

1905 

1010 

102(1 
1909 

1000 

1965 
1953 

ISOO 

1002 
1893 
1922 



last 

1973 

1 00s 

1000 
1000 
1943 
1945 
1903 
1944 
1010 
1976 
1935 

IOS2 

1 00s 

1934 

10-0 
1942 

loss 

1000 

100s 

1987 

1000 
1000 

10SO 

1977 
1953 
1979 

loss 
100s 
1907 

1000 

106S 
I0IS 
IO0S 
1098 
1000 
100" 
1967 
IOI.' 
1002 
ISO) 
19-41 



Opponent (Games Played) 
Pennsylvania Militarj 1 1 1 
IV1111 siaic (37) 
Pittsburgh (Si 
Princeton I 1 1 
Randolph Macon 1 5) 
Richmond Vrmj Vir Base 1 1 > 
Richmond 1 IS) 
Rock Hill College (5) 
Rutgers ( 7 ) 

SL John's 1 Innapolis) (29) 
South Carolina (28) 
Southern Methodist 121 
Swarthraore ( 1 1 
Synu use (34) 
Tech High (") 
temple 121 
Tennessee (7) 
Texas 1 5 1 
Texas 1&M(2) 
Third Army Corps ( I ) 

Tulanc(O) 

UCLA (2) 

U.S. Marines ( 1 1 

1 s Merchant Mamies 1 1 1 

Vanderbill 1 1 1 1 

villanova 1 10) 

Virginia (63) 

Virginia Militarj (2Si 

Virginia Tech (20) 

Wake Forest (47) 

Walbrook Mhletic Club ( I I 

Washington ( 1) 
Washington & Lee (20) 
Washington College (23) 
West Virginia 1 56) 
Western High 1 1 1 
Western Maryland (32) 
Western Michigan ( 1 ) 
William & Man <i> 
Vale (11) 



Record 

2-1-1 

1 iS I 

1-2-0 

1 
2-0-1 

1 0(1 
I2-S-I 

VII 

1 id 
18-11-0 
17 II 11 

2-0-0 

11 1-0 

14-18-2 

s 2 

Mill 

2 SO 

0-3-0 

: 
l-o-o 
> -2-0 
1-1-0 

1 11 11 
L-O-O 
-)-■-() 
8-2-0 

57 24-2 

14-9-2 

15-11-0 

si IS I 

0-1-0 

II I II 

lvS-2 

10- SI 

16-18-2 

0-0-1 

17 1 1-1 
1-0-0 
1-2-0 
2-8-1 












First 


last 




1012 


lois 




1917 


loo 




1980 


100. 




1020 


1022 




1904 


1923 




1943 


IOIS 




1907 


10" 




ISOS 


100' 




1020 


10). 




IS02 


1937 




1926 


1971 




1961 


loo. 




1010 


101' 




1020 


100 




1903 


101. 




1997 


I99S 




IOSI 


10s 




I0S0 


197* 




1957 


loss 




1022 


1922 




lOsi 


100; 




I0S) 


1955 




1001 


100 




IOiS 


194; 




102" 


los" 




1970 


1981 




1010 


199S 




1010 


10". 




1010 


100 




1917 


1998 




10111 


100 




10s j 


los. 




102-1 


195: 




ISO) 


1932 




1010 
1900 


199* 

1001 




L1V4 


1893 


1942 


1989 

101 IS 


198< 

I0)( 


|,1 en r 

■ U H '. 


■^KJ 


1010 


1931 


>XJ3 






mi 









(JB lack Scarbath (62) threads die needle between two Louisiana State defenders in the 19S2 homecoming game. Note the intriguing uniform numbers of the Tigers. 




BESTA-AP.' 



LA 



S FOOTBALL 



12i 



TERPS IN FINAL RANKINGS 



Associated Press Polls 



Polls 



1952 

1 . Michigan Stale 

2. Georgia Tech 
Year AP U/C 3 Noire Dame 

194l) l4 4. Oklahoma 

'951 3 5 use 

'952 13 6 . UCLA 

1953 1 -. ... . . . 

Mississippi 

1954 8 w 

,... , 8. Tennessee 

1955 3 ,. , 

1973 2(1 9 - '^ abama 

[974 13 10. Texas 

jn 7 5 |^ 11. Wisconsin 

1976 8 12. Tulsa 

1978 20 13. Maryland 

1982 20 18 14. Syracuse 

1983 - 24 15. Florida 

1984 12 9 16. Duke 

1985 18 17 17. Ohio State 

V/C-USA Today/CNN Poll \g Purdue 
19. Princeton 
1 949 ~ 0, K entuc ' t y 

1 . Notre Dame 

2. Oklahoma 
California 
Army 
Rice 

Ohio State 
Michigan 
Minnesota 
Louisiana State 

11 Pacific 

1 . Kentucky 

2. Cornell 

3. Villanova 

4. Maryland 

5. Santa Clara 

6. North Carolina 
Tennessee 

8. Princeton 
19. Michigan State 
!0. Missouri 
Baylor 



1953 

1. Maryland 

Notre Dame 

Michigan 

Oklahoma 

UCLA 

Rice 

Illinois 

Georgia Tech 

Iowa 
10. West Virginia 
1 1 Texas 

12. Texas Tech 

13. Alabama 

14. Army 

15. Wisconsin 

16. Kentucky 

1 7 . Auburn 

18. Duke 

19. Stanford 

20. Michigan 



1951 

1 Tennessee 

2 Michigan State 

3. Maryland 

4. Illinois 

5. Georgia Tech 
6 Princeton 

Stanford 

8. Wisconsin 

9. Baylor 

10. Oklahoma 

1 1 Texas Christian 

12. California 

13. Virginia 

I 1 San Francisco 

15 Kentuckj 

16. Boston I njversitj 

17 UCLA 

18 Washington State 

19 Holj Cross 
20. Clemson 



1954 

Ohio State 

UCLA 

Oklahoma 

Notre Dame 

Navy 

Mississippi 

Army 
8. Maryland 
9 Wisconsin 
II). Arkansas 

11 Miami Ilia 1 

12 West Virginia 
13. Uihurn 

I 1 Duke 
15. Michigan 
16 Virginia Tech 
17. USC 
18 Baylor 

19. Rice 

20. Penn Stale 



1955 

1. Oklahoma 

2. Michigan State 

3. Maryland 
-t. UCLA 

5. Ohio State 

6. Texas Christian 

7. Georgia Tech 

8. Auburn 

9. Notre Dame 

10. Mississippi 

1 1 . Pittsburgh 

12. Michigan 

13. use 

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 

1 1 . Texas Tech 

12. UCLA 

13. Louisiana State 
l-i. Texas 

15. Miami (Ohio) 

Id. NC 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 

II). Miami (Ohio) 

11. NC State 

12 Michigan Slate 

13. Maryland 

1 1 Baylor 

15 Florida 

16 Texas A&M 

17. Mississippi State 

Texas 

19. Houston 

21) I'cnncsscv 



6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 



1975 

Oklahoma 

.Arizona State 

Alabama 

Ohio State 

UCLA 

Texas 

Arkansas 

Michigan 

Nebraska 

Penn State 

Texas A&M 

Miami (Ohio) 

Maryland 

California 

Pittsburgh 

Colorado 

USC 

Arizona 

Georgia 

West Virginia 



1976 

1. Pittsburgh 
USC 

Michigan 
Houston 
Oklahoma 
Ohio State 
Texas A&M 
Maryland 



9. Nebraska 

10. Georgia 
Alabama 
Notre Dame 
Texas Tech 
Oklahoma State 
UCLA 
Colorado 
Rutgers 
Kentucky 
Iowa State 
Mississippi State 



1978 

1. .Alabama 

2. USC 

3. Oklahoma 

4. Penn Stale 

5 . Michigan 

6. Clemson 
Notre Dame 

S Nebraska 

9, Texas 

10. Houston 

1 1 \rkansas 

12. Michigan State 

13 Purdue 

14. UCLA 

15. Missouri 

16. Georgia 
1". Stanford 
18. NC Stale 
19 Texas V&M 
20. Maryland 



1982 

1. Perm State 
So. Methodist 
Nebraska 
Georgia 
UCLA 

Arizona State 
Washington 
Clemson 
.Arkansas 



Pittsburgh 

Louisiana State 

Ohio State 

Florida State 

Auburn 

USC 

Oklahoma 

Texas 

North Carolina 

West Virginia 



20. Maryland 



1984 

I . Brigham Young 
Washington 

Florida 
Nebraska 
Boston College 
Oklahoma 
Oklahoma State 
So. Methodist 
UCLA 
10. USC 

I I . South Carolina 

12. Maryland 

13. Ohio State 

14. Auburn 

15. Louisiana State 

16. Iowa 

17. Florida Stale 

18. Miami (Fla.) 
19- Kentucky 
20. Virginia 



1985 

1. Oklahoma 

2. Michigan 

3. Penn Stale 

4. Tennessee 

5. Florida 

6. Texas A&M 

7. UCLA 

8. Air Force 

9. Miami (Fla.) 
ID Iowa 

1 1 Nebraska 

1 2 Arkansas 

13 Alabama 

14. Ohio Slate 

15. Florida Slate 

16. Brigham Young 

17. Baylor 

18. Maryland 

19. Georgia Tech 

20. Louisiana Slate 



ing Totals 



Years Ranked 23 

Weeks Ranked 153 

First Ranking Nov. 14. 1949 

Last Ranking Sept. 25, 1995 

Weeks In Top 10 72 



Weeks at #1 
Weeks at #3 
Weeks at #5 
Weeks at #7 
Weeks at #9 



..6 
12 
..9 
..6 



Weeks at #2 .... 12 

Weeks at #4 5 

Weeks at #6 

Weeks at #8 6 

Weeks at #10 .... 



USA Today/CNN Poll.- 



1. 

2 

3. 
4. 
5. 

6. 

"7 

8. 
9. 
10 
11 
12 
13 

14 

15 
16 
17 

IN 

19 

20 
21 

2? 

23 
2-1 
25 



1982 

Penn State 

So. Methodist 

Nebraska 

Georgia 

UCLA 

Arizona State 

Pittsburgh 

Arkansas 

Clemson 

Washington 

Louisiana State 

Florida State 

Ohio State 

USC 

Oklahoma 

Auburn 

West Virginia 

Maryland 

North Carolina 

Texas 

Michigan 

Alabama 

Tulsa 

Iowa 

Florida 



1983 

1. Miami (Fla.) 

2. Auburn 

3. Nebraska 

4. Georgia 

5. Texas 

6 Brigham Young 
Michigan 

8. Ohio State 

9. Florida 

10. Clemson 
II Illinois 

12. So. Methodist 

13. Alabama 
14 Air Force 

1^ West Virginia 

16 Iowa 

I" Tennessee 

18. UCLA 

19, Pittsburgh 

20 Penn State 

21 Oklahoma 

11 Boston College 

>^. Oklahoma State 

24. Maryland 

25, Fast Carolina 



1984 

Brigham Young 

Washington 

Florida 

Nebraska 

Oklahoma 

Boston College 

Oklahoma State 

So. Methodist 

Maryland 

South Carolina 

USC 

UCLA 

Louisiana State 

Ohio State 

Auburn 

Miami (Fla.) 

Florida State 

Virginia 

Kentucky 

Iowa 

West Virginia 

Army 

Georgia 

Air Force 

Notre Dame 



1985 

I Oklahoma 

2. Penn State 

3. Michigan 

4. Tennessee 

5. Florida 

6. Miami (Fla ) 
Air Force 

S. Texas A&M 

9. UCLA 

10 Iowa 

I I Nebraska 
12 Vlabama 
13. Ohio State 

14 Florida Stale 

1 5 irkansas 

16. Brigham Young 

17. Maryland 

18. Georgia Tech 

10 Baylor 
211 Vuburn 

21 Louisiana Slate 

11 \rm\ 

23. Fresno State 

2 1 Georgia 

25 Oklahoma Stall 



1 26 



9 MARYLAND TERRAP 






ALL-TIME LETTERMEN 




boll, Robert 1971 

Mta'oof, WiuIcIim 1984, 85, 86, 87 

rims, Richard 1994 

iher Dick 1964, '65, '66 

UIIS, Chester 1908 

.mis Donald 1925, 26. '27 

Wis, Ron 1963, '6n 

.iniv Sieve 1981 

in Mark 1986, 87, 88, 89 

cheson, Leilher 1917 

cheson, Whitne\ 1913, '14 

Wino Ralph 1937/38, '39 

mcht. George 1952/53, 54 

.nii.uii Lemuel I'm: 03 

lerton, Gene 1955 56, s~ 

lerton, |ohn 1950, '51, S2 

nnder, Richard 1941 

.ire. John 1973, 74 

inn O'Brien 1984 85 86/87 

brusko Km 1962, 64, '65 

iend, H.iM.I 1984 s^ 86/87 

ierson Mike 1986 87. '88, '89 

Jorka. Bill 1934 

feews,Olin I c )i).s. 09, 10 

,1ms, Robert 1946 

uii Sick 1992 

ton's. l.iMin 1995, '96, '97 

uitin.i Maii 1963, '64/65 

oi, Ernie 1961/62, 63 

toe, Kevin 1990, '91, ' l >2 

nswoithy. Frank 1030 

raid. Bob 1984, '85, '86/87 

inglon. Jermainc 1998 

cew. Lewis 1984, 85/86 

ej Ronald 1955, 56 

ins Steve 1975/76/77/78 

inson.Jess 1981 82 83 84 

jsberger. Pete 1948 19/50 

m. Ed 1980 8! NJ 

BJoe 1980, si '82 

sun, Gerald 1982 

llini. Bob 1972/73 74 

. K w (Dutch) 1915, 16/17 




h.HilK 1966 

hnjek. Rick 1982, 83 84, 85 

Igell. Marcus 1990 '91, '92 

ford. Harold 1925/26,77 

tranoff. Lirn 1963, '64, '65 

erl. Ralph 1953, '54 

eiCabel(Zeke) 1918, 19. '20/21 22 

lev Joe 1984 ss 

>er. Brian 1981 NJ 83 

M; Charles 1906 

,er. Henry .. , 1994, '95, oe.. T 



Bakei Pal 1965 

Baldantc.John 1978, 79 

Baldwin, Clarence 1981/82, '83 

Banner, Murnls I960 61 62 

Bannon,J.G 1892 93 94 

Barbiasz, Chris 1979 so 

Barkalow, Gerald 1945 

Barhmil. Dick 1959, 60, 61 

Barnes, George 1941, >-', 15 

Barnes, Hank 1969, 70, 71 

llaroiu. Mm 1947/48 

llarrili.bl 1952 

Banleti « D 1923 

Barton, Eric 1995 96, 97, '98 

li.ues, Duane 1944 

Battaglia Sam 1967 

Bauer I w ions 

Beamer, Francis 1938 19 

Beardsley, \l 1956, 58 

Beasley, Mike 1987, '88 

Beam. Hill 1924/25 

Beckei Ed 1958 

Bednar Raj 1970,71,72 

Behbahni, Kambil 1971 

Bchr. Sam 1945, '47 

Bclirniaiin. Joe 1957, '58 

Beightol, Lynn 1951, 53, 54, ss 

Bell, Fred 1896/97 

Bell, Karl 1965 

Bell. Bohh\ 1976 

Benncr. Willis 1932, '33 

Bennett, Gordon I960 

Benson. Ke\m 1972,73/74, 75 

Benson. Shawn 1982, 83 

Benson. Todd ITS. 79, '80 

Berger, Louis (Bosey) 1930, '31 

Bernardo. Ralph 1943 

Bern, Harold 1940, '41 

Bertha. Brandon 1991, '92 

Besley.Kirk 1922/24/25 

Bern. Dale loss, so mi 

Betz, Theodore 1948, m so 

Bielski. Diek 1952/53/54 

Bilaneioiu. Bert 1965 

Binder. Paul 1910 

Birkland.John 1934, >S J6 

Bishop, Randolph 1944, '46 

Bissell.John DM3 

Bittner, Dick 1055 

Blackburn, Ray 1953 54 

BlackiMonc. Wade 1894 

Blandford, lames 1897, '98 

Bloomingdale, Man 1973, 74 

lil ii \Imii 1983 Si, 85, 86 

Bohenko, Ale\ 1943 

Boehley, Bret 1987, 88, so, on 

Boeri, Walter 1951, 32 

Bonus John 1002 

Boinis Pete loss so. on 

Bolton. Ed lo.o So 

Bonato. John 1986, '87 

Bond, Carl loss 

Bonk, Harry 1945/46, 17 is 

Bonnet, ulhur 1924, 23 

Booihc. Dan 1942 

Boring, Les 1980 81 

Boslej |ohn ions 

Bosley, Lester 1918, 19, 20, 21 

Bovic, Charles 1902 

Bouscaren, w illuun 189" 

Bowersox, Jack .... lis, ^ ( 




Bowland, Bill 1904 05 06 

Bowlandjaj 1911 12 13 14 

Bowman, Charles 1967 

Boxold, Charles 1953, '54 

Boyda, |ohn 1937 '38, 59 

Bozeman, Richard i 1 ' 1 ; 

Bracken Lou 1967 68 

Bradford, Jack 1987 88 89, 90 

Bradford. Robert 1949 

Bradley, I \ 1898 99 

Bradlej Madison 1002 93 

Bradley Walter 1933 

Bragg l.iuue 1002 93 94 

Bramson, Bernardo 1964 65, 66 

Brancalo, Joe 1973 74 

Brand, Robert 1937, ss 

Brandt, Marshall 1942 

Hrannan. Tim 1970, 71/72 

Brainier. Cecil 1010. 211. 21. 11. 23 

Bram,Mike 1967, 68, 69 

Branl lun 1970, 71, 72 

Branthover, Lee 1970, 71 

Hi. islin. James 1947, 18 10 

Hra\. I.eon 1986 

Brechbiel.Jim 1973/74 

Brechbiel, Tom 1964 

Breedlove, Rod 1957, '58, so 

Brenner. John 1941/42 

Bresnahan, Tom i i )(m 

Breunich, Tom 1952, ss 

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

Brewer, Mac 1922/23 

Brkovich. Joe I0SI. 82/83 

Broglio,Paul 1947, 18 

Bromley, Waller 1922. 73, '24, 23 

Brougher.Don 1952, 53, Si 

Broumel, Tom I960 

Brown. David 1900/01/02, '03 

Brown. Donald 1984, SS 

Brown, Gurnest 1979, 80, 81, 82 

Brown. Hugh 1991 

Brown, James (J-B.) 1985, 86, 87 88 

Brown. Jason 1997 

Brown. Robert 1937, '38, SO 

Brown. Tim 1002. 'OS. C H. 

Brown. Tim loon 97 

Brown. Tom I960, bl. '62 

Bruhaker. Kric 1975 

Brunson. Wayne loss si, '87, ss 

Bryan, Thomas 1901 

Bryant, William 1937 

Brzostowski. Art 1965, '66, '67 

Budkoff. Nick 1936 57 

Bullock, Keith loss 

Bungori Dan 1971,72, 73 

Burdelski, Steve 1983 

Burgee, Dick loss. Si ss 

Burger. Joe 1921, 22/23/24 

Burgess, Tom 1977, 78 79 

Burglv. Bill 1956/57 

Burke, Pal 1968, '69, 70 

Burke. Steven 1983 

Burke. Tern 1983, 84 ss 86 

Burlin. Ralph 1939 

Burmeisier. Doug 

Burnen. Doug 1991, '92 93 94 

Bums.Jimmv loin 

Burniss. Lloyd 1976, 77 78 80 

Burton. Bob looi. '62, '63 

Bun. Lou 1962/63 

Buschei Bernie 1933 54 <> 




., h, I I \ 

Hiilsko, Main 1961 02 

Byrd,BUI 1942 

Byrd Hair) 1 190 

B rom Bruce 1977, 78 



Calandra. William 1971 

Caldwell, Rodnej 1982 

Callahan. Charles 1933 i 

Calta, Keith... ... 1976,77,78 

Campbell. Joe 1973/74, 75,76 

Carina, Jan its. 79/80 

Carhss l.rnesi 1020 10 11 

Carlson Rick 1966, 67 68 

Carney, Mike its 79 so 

Carr. Brad IT. "3 76, 77 

Carr. David loss so 

Carroll. Charles 1957 

Carroll, Douglas 1899 

Carter \R 191 1 

Carter, \ndrew loos 

Carter, Crawford mis 

Carter. Louis IT2 73 74 

Carter. Vernon loss 

Casto,DaIe its 79 80 

Cashell, Dorse) 1897 98 

Chains Louis 1942 

Chadick. Mike I%8 

Chalmers, George (Shorty) 1020 so 51 

Chamberlain, Glenn 1977 78 

Chapman, led lose ss 86 

Charland. Doug 1992 

Chavez Main. loo, os 96 

Cheeseboro. Omar 1997 98 

Chiaverini, I.en 1 

Chisari. Thomas 1943, n. 15 

Chounes. Eddie I'M 1 i2 16 

Christianson. Dave 1031 

Christy Mike loos 

Church, C. (Irani 1897, '98 

Church. L.M 1905 

Ciambor. Sieve 1%~ I 

Cianciulli. Steve ITS 

CianeUi. Da\e 1949, 50 si 

Ckhowski, Tom loos 64 65 

Cielensky. Mike ITS 74 75 

Claiborne. Jonathan 1975 76, 

Clark. Morrison 1920 

Clark. Will 1996 

Cloud. Everett I45.S. So. '60 

Cockeyjohn 1002 03 04 05 

1 OggUB, Bert 1916 

Coggins. Irving 1914 IS 16 

Colbert. Bob 1967 

Cole. Boh 1958 

Cole. Fred 1956, 57 Ss 

Cole. George 1932 

Collins. Bobby 1964 

Collins. Gary 1050. '60, '61 

Collins George 

Collins. Scon 1977 

Colleryahn, Lln\d 

Collon. George 



TBALL 



ALL-TIME LETTERMEN 



Colvin, Darren 1990, '91, 92 

Compton, Barnes 1892, '93 

Condie, Dennis I960, '01 

Condon, John 1949 

Conrad, Dave 1974, 75, 76 

Conrad, Luther 1940, '41, -i2 

Conroy, Brian 1984 

Conlinetti, Reno 1943, '44 

Cooke, Ed 1955, '57 

Cooke, Sam 1897, '98, '99 

Cooper, Barney 1905, 06, '07 

Cooper, Fred 196-1, '65, 66 

Cooper, Joe 1991. 92 

Cooper, Larry 1943. '44 

Corcoran, Jim 1962, '63, '64 

Cordyackjohn 1940, '41 

Corvino, Mike 1979, '80, '81, '82 

Cory, Ernesl 1907, '08 

Cosgrove, Tom 1950, '51, '52 

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

Couch, George 1942 

Covington, Al 1982, 'S3, '8-4, '85, '86 

Covington, Bryant 1983, '84, '85, '86 

Cowsette, Delbert 1996, '97, '98 

Cozzi, Richard 1975 

Cowdrey, Chris 1970, 71, 72 

Cox, Doug 1983, '84 

Cox, Renard 1998 

Crapster.Jack 19118 

Crecca.Joseph 1932, '33 

Crosby, Cliff 1996, '97, '98 

Crosland, Robert 1945, '46 

Crossan, Dave I960, '61, '62 

Crothers, Omar (Gus) 1926, '27, '28 

Cruz, Moises 1997, '98 

Crytzer, Marty 1951, '52, '53 

Cummings, Brian 1994, '95, '96, '97 

Cummins, Richard 1978, 79 




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 194.3. '44, '45 

Darby, Samuel 1899 

Dare. Howie 1954, 55. '57 

Davidson. Jim 1959. 60, '61 

Davidson, Troy 1996, '97 

Ihuiv I red 1946, '47, '48, '49 

Davis, Jack 1954, '55, '56 

Davis, Lynn 1949, '50, '51 

Hums, Russell 1981, '82, '83 

Dean, Robert I9iX. '49, '511 

DeArmas, Dan 1988, '89, '90, '91 

DeArmas, David 1992 

DeArmey, Frank 1935, '36, '37 

DeArmey, [ohn 19.38 

DeBruin, Dave 1991. '92 

DeCarlo.Dan 1974,75 

DeCicco, Nick 1955, '56, '57 

Deitz,Guj 1972,73,74 

DeMosS, lames ,. ,, I9K9 



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 I960, '61, '62 

Devon, Joe 1898 

Dewltz, Brant 1979, '80 

DiCaprio, Richard 1973, 74 

Dick, Larry 1975, 77 

Dickey, Edmund 1900 

Dietrich, Leroy 1958, '59, '60 

Dietz, Guy 1973, 74 

Dili, 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 

Door,', Frank 1943, '44 

Doner, 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, SamT. 1919 

Edmunds, I'errcll 1984. '85, '86, '87 

lulu aids, Jason 1986 

Edwards, Karl 1987, '88, '89, '90 

Edwards, Russ 1996. '97, '98 

Edwards, Tony 1983, '84, '85 

Elllnger, Charlie 19.34. '35, '36 

Ellis Can ITS. 79 

1 merson, Dairy! 1982 

launch, William 1971 



Ennis, Lou 1933, '34, '35 

Ensign, Fred 1992 

Eppley, Geary (Swede) 1919. '2(1 

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, trey 199" 

Evans, William 1928. '29, '30 

Everhart, Cleveland 1993 

Everson, William 1947, '48 



Fritsch, John 1955, '56 I 

Fritz, Emile 1945 

Fromang, Steve 197(1. 71 

Fry, Clarence (Chick) 1949. So 

Fullerton, Ed 1950. '51 

Fuller, Clifton 1892. '93 

Fulton, Ed 1973, "4. 75 

Funk, Mike 11 

Furman.Jeff IV 

Furman, Tyrone 1981, '82. 

Furst, Walter 1< 






Faber, Parker 1930, '31 

Faloney, Bernie 1951, '52, '5.3 

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 

Feugill.John 1995. '96, '97, '98 

Fiedor.John 1973 

Fincke, Edward 1950 

Finkle, Edward 1988 

Firor, Guy 1905, '06 

Fischer, Stanley 1952 

Fisher, Ralph 1973, 74, 75, 76 

Fisher, William 19.3(1 

Fishman, Jerry 1963. '64 

Fitzgerald, Craig 1994, '95 

Fitzpatrick, Paul 1967, '68, '69 

Fleece, Rick 1988, '89, '90 

Fletcher, Andy 1916. I 7 

Fletcher, Dwayne 1958, '59, '60 

Fletcher, Edward 1935, '36 

Flick, Paul 1942 

Flor.Tom 1957, '58, '59 

Flores.Jaime 1992, 9i 

Flynn.Tim 1953, '54, '55 

Foley, Kevin 1993 

Forbes. John 195", '58 

lord, James 1977 

Forrester. James 1937, '38 

Forte, Shawn I99S 

Fosque. Tim 199 1 

Foster, Daniel 1975 

Fotta, Bill 1976 

Fowler, Melvin 1998 

Fowlkes. Kevin 1987, 88 

Fox, Hank 1949, 50, '51 

Franciscus, Ton) 1989 

Franklin, Jamie 1972, 75 

Frallaroli. Joe 191, J, (h 

Eraser. Quin/\ 1997/98 

Friedgen, Ralph I9(>s 

Fries. Greg 1968, '69, 70 



Gaarn. Tim .... 1986, 

Gaetz, Norman l l 

Gaines, Mike 1970, 71. 

Gall, Ed 1977,78. 

Gallagher, Bob Id 

Gait, Pete 1' 

Gambino, Lu 1946. 

Garber, Chip 1975, 76. 

Gardi.Joe 1957, '58. 

Gareis, Hank 1967, '68. 

Garner, Enoch l l 

Garrott, William 1933. 

Gary, Guilian 1°, 

Gawlick, Fred 1965. '66. 

Gayzur, Rudolph l l 

Gebhardt, John 1967, 

Gelbaugh, Stan 1984. 

George, Mike l l 

Getz, Ham IS 

Gibbons, Charles IS96. 

Gibson, Ray l l 

Gick, Ryan 1995. 

Gienger. Craig Is 

Gienger. George 1939, 

Gierula, Chester 194", '48, '49, 

Gilbert, Herbert 1918, '19. 20, 

Giles, Darryl 1994, '95. '96, 

Gill, Vernon 1903, 

Gillespie, Bill 1967, 

Gillespie, Mike 1993, 

Gilliam, Darryl 1993, 95, '96, 

Gilmore, Ed 1962, 

Gilmore. John 194(1, 

Gioia. Boh 198(1, 

Giuliano.Joe 1986, 

Glamp, Paul 1976, 78, 

Glamp, Pete 1978, 79, 

(ileasner, Don 1' 

Glenn, O'Neil 1 

Glover, Kevin 1982, '83, 

Goldman. Luther I 1 

Goodejoel 1989, 

Goodman, Jim 1946, 47 

Gore, l.aniont 1993. '94, '95, 

Gormley.John 193 1. '35, 

Grace, Mike 1966/67, 

Graff, Gustavius 1892, 

Graham, Due) I 1 

Gram. Bill 1967, 

Grason, tad) 1898, 

Gray, Eugene 1992. '93, 94, 



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OOTBALL 



ALL-TIME LETTERMEN 



Green iv. in 1988 89 

free iic 1992 

Qteenc lbn\ 1968, 69, 70 

fiieensli'in. Krik I""; 91 95, 96 

I, in i William 194 i i5 

pfjgoa, lam 1979 

,,iet. Ham 1933 

..mi Ernest 199" 

Gmss lames 1981 82 si 

BlOves, |ohn (Bools) 1919 20 21, '22, 23 
(SBckeyson, Bill 19.34, 35, .36 

..ihm.i Vngl'l 1992. '93. '9-1 

.uii.lt i in.ui Bohh\ I9SJ, 83,'8h 

.iimlniu.iii I d 1965. '66 

.iiiulir rn.iM. [bin 1957. '58, 59 



iiiiiilrv Icsse 



1921 




tek.D-.ivid 1991. 93, 94 

tekcr. Bob 1959, 60 61 

Her, Roben 1943 

teen lanies 1977 

lagcrnun. loin 1942 

l.iln Bob 1967 68 

JUL living (Bottle) 1923, '24 

tanilton. Fred 1955, 56, ^~ 

tamley lames 1969 

tees \orris 1990 

'laiinig.ni .John 1961. '62 

■ l.unil.ik Chet 1951/52, '53 

tebert,Doug 1975,76,77 

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

tedisti |ohn 1899, 1900 

Krraka.Greg 1982, 83 84 

terell.Greg 1984 

tens. Derick 1974 

lams George 1893, '94 

tens Leon 1976 

lams Richie [989, 90, '91. '92 

terison, Roland 1892, '93, '94 

Ian. RG 1915 

'aula lason 1997, '98 

latficld Sorm 1962, '63 

Iteer. Jim 1956, 57, '58 

■Ion Hannibal 1905 06 

■Dssmann. Kevin 19",s 

.mini Chris 1980 

qes 1 hris 199s 

Mrians. Ralph 19s5, 56, s~ 

wden. Courtney 1930 SI 

■Ban. Edgar 1904 

leadley. Coleman 1934 35, 36 

1927, '28, '29 

m 1955, '56, '57 

e»Jy. lack 1955, 56 

effner. fred 1952, '53 

orge 1923. 24 

run. William 1928, 2" 

elbock. Bill 1942 

(tee. \aron 1993, '94, 95. '96 

tilling Dan 1985. So. s~ 

My, Ink [993 

cnt7. Vmlri- 1995, '96 

nog. Fred .. 192-t, 2^ 



Hesprich, Rhetl 1995 96 97 

Hetrickjohn 1966 

He i id 1954, '55, '56 

Heward Harrj 1894 96 

Hewitt, Frederick 1937, '38 

Heyei Frank 1 1 

Mi, key, torn 196 " 

Hickman, William 1943 

links Chaplain 1907, '08 

link-. In. I'M, 95 96 'i 

links lohnnie 1993, 95, '96, '97 

Hill, Charles .....1998 

Hill, Darryl 1963 

Hill, Greg 1982/83 84 

Hillis, Rohm 1943 

Hinebaugh,Wade 1896, '97 

llindman. E.R 1913. '14, 15 

nines. Frank 1898, '99 

limes. Frank. Jr 1932 

Hines,Greg 1989, 90 91 

ilmkle. Monte 1971, 72/73 

llocll. Mike 1966 

linen. Ralph 1907, 08 

linen. Stank) 1908 

Hoffecker, Frank 1911, 12/13 

llolhn.111, Charles 1968/69 

llnllnian. Edward 1943 

llnllman. Gil 1982 83 84 

Hoffman, Herb 1952, '53, '54 

Huffman. Jeff 1989 

Holland. Mark 1986 87 *N 89 

Hoge, Hamilton 1906 

Holda Eric 1983 84 ss 

Holinka.Jcff 1983, 84 ^ 

Hollis, Michael 1987/88/89/90 

Holobetz, Corey 1992, '93/94 

Hons, Craig 19 7 

Hoopengardnerjoe 1940 '42 

Hoover, kirn 1973, 74, 75 

llnpsun, Mike 199(1. 91 

Homing, Joe 1951, '52 53/54 

Houghjohn 1922. '23, 2i 

Hough.Josh 1996/97 

Howard, Jeremiah 1994 95 

llre/n,.|ne I960, '61/62 

llnfnian.Jack 1942 

Hugginsjomo 1998 

Hughes, Hill 1984 Ns 86 s" 

Hughes, leroj 1972,73,74,75 

Hull. Mike 1997 

Humphries. Howard 1963, '64, '65 

Hum. Max 1940 

Himleman. Charles 1912/13 

Hurd, mi 1951 52 

Hurson, Edward 194.5 



Irvine, lnlin 





IJ/ik. John 1947, 48, 49/50 

Iglchan. John 1905 

Igus. Chris Piss 84 

Imphong, Mike 1967 

Inge, Kill 1990/91/92 

Inge Wade 1992/93 "i 95 

Ingram, Stephen 1990 "2 93 94 





Jackson, Fred 19 16 

Jackson, Paul 1996 97 98 

Jackson, ton) 1997, 1998 

James. Hi in e 1995 96 98 

[ames Eric 1998 

lames, Robert 1941 12 16 

Jameson. George 1906 

Jankowski, Garj I960, '6l, '62 

Jarmolowich, Michael 1989, 90, '91/92 
Jarmoska, George 1940 11 12 

lellersun, lien 1985 87 88 

lenkuis Kris 1997 98 

Jennings, Rick) 1973 74 75 

lenkuis \nlhom 1995 ,|_ 

Jernigan, C\ 1971, 73 

Johnson, tadreal 1993, '94, '95, '96 

Johnson, Ban) 1987, ss 89 90 

Johnson, Charles 1976, 77, 78 

Johnson, Dave 1911/12/13 

Johnson, Ed 1965 

lohnson. Jonathan 1994 95 

Johnson, Louis I' 91 

Johnson, Maneel l'i'M. 94, 95, 90 

ohnson, Rick) 1988, '89 

ohnson Sam 1978,79/80 

ohnston, Richard 1945, 16 

nines. Vernon 1985. '86, '87, '88 

ones, Clarence 1987, 88, so. 90 

ones. David 1971 

ones I. 'udell 1981/82 ss 

ones. Randall 1998 

ones, Man 1951, 52, 5s 

Jordan. l.aMont 1997, 98 

oyce. Fred 1962, 63, 64 

oyce.Jim 1957/58/59 

Joycejim 1981 82 83 

Joiner. Willie 1981, 82, Ss 




Kalapmski. Man 1997 98 

Kaleo.John 1992 

Kane. Ed 1966 67 68 

Karangalen. Peter 194.5 

karnash. Slanlei 1948 '49, '50 

Kaufman. Norman 1959 60 

kecman.Dan 1967 

kecnian. Ron 1970, "I 72 

Keith. Jeff 1949 51 

Keenan, Charles 1930, 31, 32 

Keenan.John 1920 27 2s 

Krl.im.r Harn IS : 

Kelly. Harold 1970 

Kemp William 1909/10, II 

kenle\. Frank 1896, '97, "98 



Kenny, John 1964, 65 

Ken i" Ed 194* 19 50, '51 

Kern Fred 1957, 5x 

Kerslinel lid 1956, 5". 5S 

Kessler, Gordon 1926, r, 2x 

Kii tin Juries lo5(. 

Kieman , Paul I • 

Kiigallen, llm 1953 

Kinard, Hen 1973, "1 

King. John r 

Kinney, Eugene l'M5 n, r 18 

Kinne) Vincc 1975 76 

Kirchiro, Bill 1959 60 61 

Kiselak, Mike 1987, '88, '89 

Kishp.iugh. W M 1913 14, 15/16 

Klaube led 1975, 76 77 

Klein. Robert 1984, 85 86 x~ 

Klingerinan, Doug 196 I 65 

Hoppmeyer, Charles 1000 

Knight, Chris 1983, 85 

Kuoile . liohh) 1916/17, 18 19 

Knoile, ken 1911 12 13/14/15 

Koch. Peter 1981 *2 83 

Koehler, Hugh (Pop) 1909 10 11 12 
Koelle, Raymond 1930/31 

Kolarac. George 195 1 55. 50 

Kolencik, Frank pro 80 81 52 

Kolodne. Walter 1943 

Kohno, Hill 1951. 

Kopka. Brian 1997, 98 

Koprowski Marion 1973 74, 75 

ko/iol Steve 1976, 77,78 

Krahling, Chick 1964, 65 

Krajcovic, less 1929. $0, si 

Kramer, Marvin 1 

Kramer. Paul 1953 

Krausjoe 1983 84 

Kreider.John 1979/80/81 
Kreinus. J.ison 1991 93 
Kronbrrg. \ic 1982 

Krouse Bill 1939 W 

Krouse, Raymond 1947/48 19 ' 

Kubany, Glenn 1968, '69 

Kuchujoe 1948, 19 50 

Kur/.Jim 1946 




Lacy, Michael 1992 

Ladygo. Peter 1950, 51 

Landolt. Dean Ions 

Laneve, Ron 195". '5S 

Lange. Robert 197 

Lanigan. Pat 

Larkin. Bob 1980 

Larkin, Edward 1971 

LaRue. lames 194" 

Larv. Ralph 1977 7S 

Latham. Eetor 1 

Lanimer. Charles 1951 

Laugher.. Boh 1952 

Lavine, Stanford 1 

Lavrusky. Jim 1965 

Lawrence Dong 1990 

Lawrence. George 



YUAN 



'nFF^nrp 



S FOOTBALL 




ALL-TIME LETTERMEN 



Lawrence, James 1968 

awrynas, Ben 1992 

awson.JW 1892 

.nm.ui. Bob 1956/57, 58 

.azaro, Bill 1958, '39 

.a/zarino, Joe 1954. '55 

.eatherman, John 1926 

.eGore, Walter 1904 

£Hayne, Alfred 1975 

.ewis, Dickie 1956, '57, '58 

jams, Garner 1924 

ewis, Grenville 1894, '95 

ewis, lermaine 1992, '93, '94, '95 

mis, Mike 1979, '80, '81, '82 

£wis, Ron 1962. '63 

it-hold, Leland 1952 

iffibridge.John 1896/97 

illy, Hank 1963 

.indsay. Paul 1931 

inkous,Fred 1925/26/27 

jshack, Michael 1971 

ittles, Rod 1998 

Kingston, Phil 1978/79 

Joyd, Edward 1938, '39 

ombard, Henry 1928, '29 

oncar.Ed 1977.78 

oomis. Lynn 1912. '13 

niton, Kyle 1979, '80 

overt, Billy 1966, '67, '68 

owery, Bren 1986, '87, '88, '89 

uckey. George 1923. '24 

umsden, Milton 1939, '40 

.unn, Cameron (Tubby) 1906, '07 

utz. James 19t3 

yght, Erwyn 1996, '97, '98 

Mich, Leonard 19X1. '82, '83, '84 

sue, Ken 1993. '95 




Maarleveld,J.D 1984, '85 

MacBride, Boh 1969, 70 

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

MacDonald.John 1932 

Mace, Ron 1962 

Mack. Sharrod 1992, '93 

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

Mackcrt. Roy 1919. '20 

Maddox. Alvin 1976, 77, 78 

Madigan, George I92X, '29 

Mahnic, Robert 1969, 70 

Main, Wilbur 1956, '57 

Makar, James 1943 

Maletzky, Bill 1951, '52 

Vlallonee, Uoyd 1942 

Manges Mark 1974, 75, 76, 77 

Marchetti, Nick 1986, '88 

Man hello, Peter 1977 

Marciniak, Wall 1964, 65 

Marino, Chris 1983 

Markoe, Have 1964 

Marrone,Dave 1990, '91/92 

Marshall lain 1969 70/71 

\i.u i.ii lames i i 71/72 

Martin Indie 1993 



Martin, Andy 1963. 64 

Martin, Bill 1957/58 

Martin, Charles 1963, 64 

Marline, Roy 1950, '51 

Mason, Mark 1990, 91, '92, '93 

Massey, Paul 1946 

Massey, Tom 1898 

Massie, Leonard 1969, 70, 71 

Mastrole, Ken 1996, '97, '98 

Matera, Brian 1977, 78, 79 

Matthews. J. Marsh 1900. '01, '02 

Matthews. James 1989 

Mania. 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, 43 

McCarthy. Patrick 194.3. '46 

McCaw, Stewart 1934 

McDonald, John 192", '28, '29 

McFadden, Bill 1981, '82 

McFadden, Earl 194,3 

McGonnigal, Brett 1988 

McHale, Tom 1983 

McHugh, Thomas 1947, '48. '49, '50 

McLaughlin, Tom 19,35 

McLuckie, Tom 1952. '53. '54 

McManus, Edward 1970. '"1 

McNeil, Paul 1940 

McNutt, Alonzo 1903 

McQuade, Jack 1921. '22, 1} 

McQuade, Thomas 1949 

McQueen, Lorie 1964, '65 

McQuown, Wymand 1964. '65, '66 

McVicker. John 1955 

Meade, Jim 1936, 3" 

Medile, Sam 1979, '80 

Meister, Bill 1968, '69. 70 

Melcher, Dick 1963/65 

Melcher, Mick 1963, '64, '65 

Merrift, Roland 1968, '69 

Mesner. Bruce 1983. '84, '85, '86 

Mess, R.W. 1913/14 

Messina, Brad 1997, '98 

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 

Milkmiih. Boh 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, S3, '86, '87 

MiloszewsM, Dick 1930. 31. 32 

Milos/ewski. John 1966 

Minion, Ed 19,33. '34/35 

Mitchell, Hanson 1896 

Mitchell, John 1931, 32 

Mitchell, Parker 1892, 93 

Mitchell, Walter 1900/01, '02/03 

- wski.Dick 1950, '51/52 

Modzelewski, Edward 1949, 3o. 31 



Molstcr. Charley 1918 

Molster, James 1947 

Mona,Joe 1939, Go, 62 

Mondroff, Pershing 1937, '39 

Mont. Tom 1941, '42, '46 

Montgomery. Tom 1913 

Moore, Eric 1970 

Moore.John 1919, '20, '21', '22 

Moore, Marlon 1998 

Moore, Robert 1995 

Moran, J. Patrick 1944 

Morgan. Bob 1951, '52, '53 

Morhinweg. Fred 1917 

Morns, Scott 1943 

Morris, William (Country) 1912/13 

Morrison, Clark 1921 

Mortensen, Carl 1966 

Morter, LaRoy 1945. '46 

Morton, Carl 1986 

Morton. John 1939. '40, '41 

Moss, 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. Matt 1998 

Murphy. Scott 1975 

Myers, Dutch 1918/19 

Myrtle, Chip 1964, '65, '66 




Nairn. Roland 1950 

Nalewak, Ron 1964. 65 

Namath. Frank 1990 

Nardo, Anthony 1942 

Narilo, Dave 1962, '6,3 

Nash.John 1973, 74, 75 

Nash, John 1980/81/82 

Navarro, Frank 1930. '31. '32 

\a\lor. Ralph 1900, 111, 112 

Neal. Tommy 1983, '84, '85, '86 

Nelligan. Bert 1X96 

Nelson, Richard 1932. 33, '34 

Nelson, Richard 19X6, '87, XX 

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

Nestor, Paul 1951. '32 

Neville, Al 1971/72,73 

Nick, Glenn 1977 

Nickla, Ed 1958 

Niederhelman.Joe 1982, 83 

Nolan. Dick 1952/53 

Norris, Inhii 1930, '31 

Norton. Patrick 1992 

NoMik.Dick 1939, 60, hi 

Nils/. I)a\c 1933, 54, 55 





■HJ.'lJ.M'MJT 

Oberle, Ken 1987, '88, '89. <9 

Oberlin, Lyman 1914/15/1 

Ochap. Gene 19"4. 75, '7 

O'Connor. Ed 195 

Odell, Dave 1971 

O'Donnell, Dick 19s 

O'Donnell, Joe 1994, '93, 01 

O'Donnell, Neil 19X7, '88, 'X' 

Oertly, Fred 189, 

Ogbogu. Eric 1994, '95, 96, " 

Ogle, Kendall 1994, '96. 9", '91 

O'Hara, Dennis 1968. '69, '7 

O'Hare, Tim 19" 

Oifebeson, Whitney 191 

Okanlawon, Tony 199! 

Olavarria, Luis 1992, '9, 

Olecki, Bruce 1967, '6J 

Oliveras, Ramon 190 

Olkewicz, Neal 1976, 77, 

Orta, Ralph 19X9, '90. 

Osborn, Downey 1923, '2 

Osier, Jerry 196 

Owen, Norman I9-t 




Pacella, David 1979, '80. '81, '8 

Pagnucci, Romeo 1919. 20. '2 

Page, Calvin 190 

Page, Glenn 19X". XX. '89, ' l » 

Palahuiiik. George 1932. '53, '5 

Palanda. Michael 19" 

Palmer. Bruce 1976, 77, " 

Panagos.Jim 1991/9 

Panczajoe 196 

Papuchis. John 19" 

Paredes, Ramon 1985, '8 

Parker, Alvin 1924, '2 

Parker, David I9X 

Parker, Tommj 1983, '84, '85, '8 

Parson, Mm 1926, '2 

Parsons, Jim 1952/53, 54, '5 

Pastrana, Alan 1963, '66. '6 

Patterson. Doug 19" 

Pearson, Ron i960, '67, '6 

Pease \l 1929, 50, 

Peck, Lyle 1978, ' 

Pellegrini, Bob 1953, 54, ; 

Pennington, Victor 191 

Perlo, Phil 1955/ 

Peters, Francis 1898, '99, 190 

Peflbon, Richie 1984, '85, '86/F 

Petronaci, John 19" 

Petruzzo, Joseph 1950, - 

IVirv I'lul 1964, 1 

Peltil. Bill 191 



131 



D TERRAPINS FOOTBALL 




ALL-TIME LETTERMEN 



hJlps.Al 1946 17 in 

iffllps Vance 1990 

iiiiiiiv Huh. ml 1992 

etrovvski, Joseph IOis 

feer, Robert 1945 

iick.diiv 

pet Pan I960, '61, '62 

mini II" .William 19-13 

(jet Mm 1930 

mk, Kevin I""' 93, 94, '95 

■rig. Dutch 1921 

run I. .in 1966, '67 68 

ncki. D.m 1985 86 87 88 

ibiak .til 1948/49 50 

ding William 1945 16 

illock George (Row) 1921, '22, 23 

ifyinski. Stan 1955 

Upey, Kevin 1990 

nii.ii.mski.ll.ink 1959. '60, '61 

ippelm.ui. Rav 1930. 31, "32 

sk Gilbert 1909, 10, '11 

£y, Walter 1913, '14, '15, '16, '17 

ndeui m 1902 03 

mns Warren loss 86, 87, 88 

•ough Pearse 1892, 93 

iin/ik, Dan 1989, '90, '91, '92 

ir;i. km I960 

[te, Dick 1892, '93 

igh, Bill 1981 

igh. ( lurlic 1927 

igh, Ed 1921, '22, '23, '24 

Invls Ban 1971, 72, 73 




ha. Robert 1973, 74, 75, 76 

Idiee. Julie 1928, 29 

t, torn I960, '61, '62 

fedy. Mike- 1918, 19 

jther. Darrick 1993, 94, 95 

luff. Don 1970,71, 72 

Uui Ron 1989, '90 91, 92 
pd. Dee 1993 

pn, Edward 1992, 93 

'jich. Frank 1983 84 

% Charles 1969 70 71 

•By, Jack I960 

mMike 1972 

inaldo Chris wsj 83 

indie. Ryan 1995. '96. 97 98 

[ odes. Brad 1995. '96. <r us 

odes Don 1977 

nit k\ Fred 1020 

h. \l\ 1915, [6 



Richards, Dear 1975, 76, 77, 78 

Ridley, James 1975 

Ridgeley, Charles 1897 

Rldgley, Terry 19^2 84 

Riendeau, Brian 1980 si 

Rigby, Cornell 1992 

Rigby,Elmer 1940, II 12 

Riggleman, Mickey 1972, 73 

Rlggs,M lalbot 1919 

Roberts, Vugle 1927, '28, 29 

Roberts, George i l )is 

Roberts, Guy 1969,70,71 

Roberts, Richard 1993 94 

Robertson, Gilbert 1899 

Rock,Waltei I960, '61, '62 

Rock, Wilbur 1943, 44 

Rodenbergerjeff 1979, '80, si 

Rodgers, Buddy 1994, '95 96 97 

Rodgers, Michael 1992 

Rog,Ed 1962 

Rogers, Bill 1983, '84 

Rogers.Jerry 1978, 79 

Rogers, Kenny 1996, '97 

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, Scon 1989, 'III. 92 

Rosenthal, Malcolm 1944 

Roth, Karl 1947, '48, '49 

Rothrock, Mark 1986 

Roulette, Robert 1948, to 

Rowdenjake 1947, '48, io. '50 

Roy, Ken 1973, 74, 75, 76 

Rudolph, Scott 1997, '98 

Ruff.Seymour 1912, 13, '14 

Ruffner. Robert 1905, 06, '07 

Ruggjohn 1985, '86, '87, 88 

Rnshnak, Bob 1989 

Rusevlyan, Bob 1956, '57, '58 

Russell Frank 1972, 73, 74 

Russell, Keon 1998 

Ryan, Charley 1943 




Sahrovvski.Jon 1984 85 si, 

Sachs, George 1933, S4 ss 

Sadler. Alan 1982, '83 

Salgado, Rich 1989 

Salkeld. Sam 1994 

Salley. Ernie 1974, 75, 76, '77 

Sampson. Seal 1984 si 

Sanders, lewis 1996 97 

Sandusky Mike 1954, '55 '56 

Sandwisch.Jim 1990, '91 

Sankovich, Tom 1959, '60, '61 

Sanla. Jim 1972 73 74 

Santacroce, Leonard 1970 

Santy. Tom 1965, '66, '67 

Sappington. Earl 1899 

Saunders. Oswald 1908 09 

Savior. Scon 1986, '87, '88. '89 

Scarbath, Dick 1958 



Scarlialh. Jack 1950, 5 I sj 

Schaefer, Rich 1963 64 

Schick torn 1973 I 

Schmaltz, Richard 1974 76 

Schmill. Jell 1983 

Schankweilei Scon 1983, '84 85 

Schnebley, Robert 1942 

Schneider, Leroy 1943 

Schoenherr, Charley 1943 

Si III i ', OngOSt, lllllll 1945 

Schroy. Ken 1972,73,74 

Schultz, Eddie 1983 84 

Schultz, Ferdinand 1945 

Schull/.John 1973,74,75 

Schwartz, Robert 1975 

Schwartz, Victor 1957, '58, '59 

Schwarz, Edward 1945/46, r 18 

Schwarz, Kurt 1957, '58, '59 

Scioscia, Karney 1949, '50, si 

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 

Seotti. 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, 18, 19 

Selep. Tom 1954, '56 

Sender. Eddie 1920/21/22 

Senfl, Brad 1TK, 79, '80 

Senior Jethro 1980 

sdiiiin |oe 1931 

Settles, Mike 1993, '94, '95 

Seymore, \n 1970/71,72 

Shaffer Dick 1939, '40 

Shaffer. James 1976, 77, 78, 79 

Shaffer, Ron 1957, '58, '59 

Shamberger, D. E 1898 

Shank. II \ 1915 

Shank. Scott 1969, 70, 71 

Sharkey. Jack 19"5 

Sharpless. Rod 1973, 74 

Shaughnessy, Emmett 1946 

Shawell, Keno 1993 

Shellon. Carl 1970, 71 

Shemonski. Bob 1949, '50, '51 

Sherman. Franklin 1896 

Sherman. Henry 1893 

shihd.i, George 1973, 74, 75 

Shiner Dick 1*1 62 63 

Shipley. Bun 1908/09/10/11/12/13 

Shiplcv J.iiucs 1897/98 

Shipley, Richard 1952. '53, '54 

Shoals, Roger I960 61 62 

Shockey, Hon 1940 

Shoffler. Karl 1988 

Shugars.Jeff 1%'). 70, 71 

Shure, Richard 1985, s i 87 

Severs Eric 1976 "" 78 30 

Silvester Edward 1909 

Silvester Lindsay I ■ 

Simler. George 194 

Simmons. Jonathan 1981, '82. '83 

Simmons. Rasheed 1997, '98 

Simoldoni. Joe 1965, '66 

Simon. Geroy 1993, "94, 95, 96 

Simon, Mike 1976, 77, 78 



Simpson I'llui 1932 13 14 

Simpson Mike 1962 

Sims tehley 1996 

Sisler Paul 1993 

Skania Jim 1955 56 

Skinner W W 1x02 

Skotnicki, Frank 1937 '.■■ 

sl.i k.i Richard 1968 69 70 

Smith Blah 1935/36/37 

Smith.Bob 1939 1" 

smitli. Huh 1972 73 "1 

Smith, Corey loox 

Smith, Eager 1899 

Smith, irvm 1985 86, 87, xx 

Smith, Jamie 1916 

Smith, ken 1960/61, 62 

Smith, Les 1944, '45 

smith Wesley 1902, 04 

Sniscak, Bemie 1946 

Snyder, (ierald 1926/27, 2X 

Snyder. Leo 1917, 18, 20 

Snyder Robert 1933 

Sobel, Mark 1981 

Sochko, Mike 1975, 76, '"" 

Soh, Ron 1981, 82, « 

Sonntag, Ralph 1967, '68 69 

Soporowski, Raymond 1969, 70, 71 

Stirtia.John 1984, 85, 86, 87 

Sorrentino, Pete 1995 

Sothoron. Norwood 1932, $4 

Speer Talbot 1915 

Spinelli. Dennis 198b. '87 88 89 

Springer, Bruce 1965 

Stable, Sydney 1909 

Siaffieri. Dan 1950, 51, 52 

Staffileno. Ron 1990, 91 92 

Staines, Pal 1987 

Stala, Dom 1952 

Stalfort, Carl 1933, 54, $5 

Slalnaker Walls 1967, '68, 69 

Stanford. John 10~s. 76, '77 

Stankus, Kay 1951, s2 

Steele. Derek 1989, '90, 01 

Stefl. Tom 1955 56 57 

Sleiner.Ted 1969, 70, 71 

Stem. George 1964, '65 

Stephens. Todd 1981 

steppe. Bill His" '58 

Sterling. Rob 1986 

Stem, George lobs 

Stevens. Jimmy 101" 

Stevens Mvron 1925 26 

stivenson. Brett IOOO. 0! 02 

Stewart, Jermaine 1993, 94 

Stew an. Lam 1977,78 79 

Stewart, Todd 1997 

Shekel. Lou 1965, 66 67 

Sti.il. Wilbur 1901/02/03/04 

Slonebraker.Jack 1934 " 

Strano, Tony 1991 

Strozier, Orlando 1993 

Stuart, Idam 1946 

Stubbs, is 1916, 17 is 

Stubljar Mike ] 

Stull. James loir 69 

Stump. Doug 1989 90 

Stump. James 1995 

sturdivam. Mark 1990. 01 92 

Suchy. Bob 1955 56 

Id 10OI 

Sukeena. Dick 1%I 






rase rx-n 



r-/rr r n rr-FFfipir^ fcg 



131 



ALL-TIME LETTERMEN 



Sullivan, Bob 1963, '64, '65 

Sullivan, Jerry 1917, '18, '19, '20 

Sullivan, Sean 1983, '85, 86 

Suplee, Much I9.su. '89, '90, '91 

Supplee,Bill 1923, '24, '25 

Surgent, Mike 1935, '36, '37 

Surman, Anthony 1998 

Swift, Ryan 1998 

Swingle, Dan 1984 

Sydnor,Chad 1985, '86, '87, '88 

Symons Thomas 1898 '99 




Tamburello, Frank 1954. '55 

Tarbuton, Clyde 1914, '15, '16 

Targaronajack 1949, '50 

Tate, Darnell 1970 

Tauszky, Carroll 1907 

Taylor, David 1981 

Taylor. Kevin 1982 

Tennev. Edward 1925, '26 

Terranova, David 1992 

Tern. Richard 1943 

Teslovitch, Michael 1943 

Teter.John 1992, '93, '94 

Thomas, AI 1968, '69,70 

Thomas. Ben 1997 

Thomas, Gene 1990. 91 

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

Thomas, Mike 1988, '89, '90, '91 

Thomas, Ratdiff 1993, '94, '95, '96 

Thompson, Aaron 1998 

Thompson, Greg 1983. '84 

Tice.John 1979, '80. '81, '82 

Ticc. Mike 1978. 79, '80 

Tiesi, James 1970,71 

Timmins, Peter 1996. '97, 98 

Timothy, Eric 199" 

Tine. Chuck 1965, '66, '67 

Toler, Dick 1945 

TomasettT, Vince 1980. 81. '82 

Tomlin, Eddie 1989 

ronetti, Paul 1955, '56, '57 

Torain, Ernie 1965. '66, («" 

Tiach\ John 1964, '65, '66 

Trax.G. R 1910, 11 

[rexler, Charles 1951/52 

Trimble, Steve 1978, 79, '80 

rroha lohr 1947, '48, 19, '50 

Troll, Robert 1943, '44 

ftoxell Walter 1925 

Trust, Don I960 

Tucker. Hubert 1942 

Tucker. Joe 1947, 18, 19 

flicker, Robert 1970, 71, 72 

Mai, Fred 1955 

Turner, Mill 1955 56, '57 

Turner, | M 1901 

Tumi Vic T ii. i". '48 

Tuschak, Richard .. 1943 

[Weedy, Times o 71, "2 

fye semi [982 84, 85 




Ham. James 19""", 78 

Ham, Pat 1972, 73, 74 

llnian. Bernie 1939, '40, 4 1 

Underwood, Brian 1994, '95, '96, '97 

Underwood, Eddie 1900 




Vanderhout, Greg 1979, '80, '81 

Van Heusen, Billy 1965. '66, '67 

Van Horn, Marlin 1977, 78, 79 

Van Reenan, Don 1900 

Van Sickler, Gary 1908. '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. Tarn 1900. '68 

Vincent, Reginald 1940. '41, '4> 

Vincent, Rufus 1932 

Visaggio, Dave 1972, 73, 74 

Vucin, Milan 1964. '65, '66 




Waerig. John 1998 

Wagenheim, Phil 1973, 74 

Walker, Arnold 198" 

Walker, Bill 1953, '54, 55 

Walker, Clarence I89i 

Walker, Frank 1900 

Walker. Kevin 1984, '85, '86, '87 

Wall. Raphael 1992. '93. '94 

Wallace, Al 1993, '94, '95, '90 

Waller. Ron 1952/53, '54 

Walsh, Mark 1986. '8", '88 so 

Waller. John 1920 

Wallers. I lain 1973, 74 

Walton, Kendruk 199 1. 90. 97, 98 
Walton, Robert 1936, '37 

Ward, Boh 1948. '49/50/51 

Ward, Chris 1976, 77, 78 

Ward, hank I90S, 119 

W'rd, Kevin 1972, 73 

v Pal 1994/95 96 97 

"' lack 1939 



Wartield. Joshua 1900, 111 

Waseleski. Barn 1984 

Washington, Larry 1991. '93 

Washington, Lynde 1996. '97, 98 

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, Lan-y 1988, '89. '90, '91 

Weiciecowski. John 1953 

Weidener. Fred 1939 

Weidensaul, Lou 1951, '52 

Weidinger. Charlie 1936. '37, '38 

Weimer. Clay 1892, '93 

Weiss, Don 1972, 73 

Welsh, George 1899 

Wentworth, George 1903 

Werner, Hubert 1942, '47, '48 

Westley Harold 1990. 9S 

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, '97 

White, Charles 1911 

White, Charles 1975, 76, 77 

White. Cornelius 1994, '95 

White. Donald 1962 

White. F M 1908 

White, Floyd 1970, 71 

White, Henry 1912 

White, Randy 1972, 73, 74 

White. Walter 1973, 74 

While. Wellstood 1904 

W limner. Daryl 1998 

Whittie. Tim 1979, '81. '82 

Whittier. Scott 1980 87, 88/90 

Widmyer. Earl 1932. '33, '34 

Wiestling, Chad 1990/91/92/93 

Wikander, Gary 1961 

Wilkins.Joe 1979, SO. '81, '82 

Wilhamowsky, William 1943 

Williams. Avey 1915, 16 

Williams. Allen 1993, 9i 

Williams. E P. I9IO, II, '12/13 

Williams, Kameron 1993 

Williams. Walt 1993, '94, '95, '96 

Willis, Vic 1934, "35. '36 

Wilson, Eric 1981, '82, '83, Si 

Wilson. James 1986, '87 

Wilson. Ten 1912 

Wilson, Mark 1980, SI 

Wilson. Roger 1905, '06, '07 

Wilson. Tint 1974,75, 76 

Wilson. William 1974, 75, 76 

Wingalc. Elmer 19 r, 48, 19, '50 

Wuigfield, Wayne 1979, '80/81, '82 

Wmslou.J.1 1903 

Wolfe, Perrj 1943 

Wolfe, William 1935/36/37 

Woiulrack, Milan 1920. '27, 28 



Wood. Erick 1992. 93. 

Wood. William 1930. 

Woodeshick, Kevin 1993, • 

Woods, Al 1930. '31, 

Woodward, A. N 19 

Wooters, Arthur 1892, '93, 

Worch, Mike 1995, 

Word, Jason 19 

Worthington, Arthur 18 

Wright, Darryl 1984. '85. '86, 

Wright. Jack 1941, '42. 

Wright, Todd 1979, 

Wu, Jamie 199". 

Wyatt. Kenin 1976, 77, 78, 

Wycheck. Frank 1990. '91. 

Wyres, James 1970, 

Wysocki. Charlie 19"8 79, '80, 




Varnell. Dennis .... l l 

Veager, Charles (Buddy) 1933. '34, 

ieales. Mike 1975,76, 

York, Bob 1964, '65, 

Young, Darin 1' 

Young, Walter 1921. '22, 

Youngejoe 1972. "4, 




Zachan. I'ele 1973 74, 

Zannoni, Steve 1972,73, 

Zcrnhclt. John 19" 1, 76, 

/.ells. Michael P 

Zi/.ikovic. Lubo loss 89, 90 

Zillman. Pat 1979, '80, 

Zolak. Scotl 1989, 

Znlick, Charlie 1<: 

Zulick, Earl 1925/26, 



132 



YLAND TERRAPINS FOOTBA 



.r- 






1953 

ational Champs 



HERE5 HOW WE DID IT/ 

Maw/land • Opponent 




Tidbits 

•Maryland's first sea- 
son in the ACC, 1953, 
concluded with the 
Terps earning the first 
national championship 
in school history. 

•The Terps won con- 
secutive ACC titles from 
1973-75 and from 1983- 
85. 

•Maryland has played 
Tennessee in more bowl 
games (6) than any 
other school. 



I N TH IS 

Section. . . 

1953 National Champions .. 
Ranked Teams/Conference 
Champion Team Capsules ... 

1949 & 1951 

1952 & 1954 

1955 & 1973 

1974 & 1975 

1976 & 1978 

1982 & 1983 

1984 & 1985 

All-Time Bowl Results 

Bowl Game Capsules 

Ail-Time Bowl Records 




NATIONAL CHAMPIONS] 




ACC CO-CHAMPS 



College Park is home to the nation's No. 1 football team. Never 
before in the history of the school had such acclaim been be- 
stowed upon this campus. The Maryland grid team swept past its 
10 regular season opponents with a perfect record and, in so 
doing, scored a total of 298 points while limiting its opposition to 
a record 31. Coach Jim Tatum was named the national coach of 
the year and many Old Line players were selected to various all- 
star teams. Operating out of the split T, Maryland ranked sixth in 
the nation in total offense with a 359.5-yard average. On defense, 
the team yielded only 193.2 yards per game and led the country 
in rushing (83. 9) and scoring defense (3.1). During the '53 cam- 
paign, the Terps made up for two defeats handed them in 1932 by 
decisively beating Mississippi and Alabama, After the Terps downed 
Miami 30-0, Hurricane coach Andy Gustafson summed up the 
nation's top team by saying, "Maryland has one of the greatest 
teams I've ever seen." Maryland began the season with a No. 9 
preseason ranking by the Associated Press and took over the top 
spot in the polls on the final week of the regular season after the 
No. 2 Terps waxed the No. 11 Crimson Tide, 21-0. The top-ranked 
and undefeated Teiyis tied No. 18 Duke for the inaugural ACC title, 
bin fell to 10-1 after losing the Orange Bowl to Oklahoma, 7-0. 



ACC Standings 






ACC 






Overall 






Team 


W-L-T 


Pts, 


Opp. 


W-L-T 


Pts. 


Opp. 


Duke 


4-0-0 


105 


27 


7-2-1 


217 


SI 


Mankind 


3-0-0 


70 


(l 


10-1-0 


298 


38 


Smith Carolina 


2-3-0 


58 


70 


7-3-0 


198 


97 


North Carolina 


2-3-0 


67 


99 


4-6-0 


173 


187 


W ake Forest 


2-3-0 


52 


75 


3-6- J 


123 


157 


Clemson 


1-2-0 


25 


34 


3-5-1 


139 


172 


NC State 


o-3-o 


1-1 


so 


1-9-0 


80 


203 


Virginia 








1-8-0 


75 


2-12 



ACC Bowl Game 



Orange Bowl: Oklahoma 7, Maryland 



The Terps carried coach Jim Tatum off the field at INC after a 26-0 shutout of the Tar Heels. 



Maryland Results ( 1 O- 1 , 3-0) 



10-1-0 (5-0, 4-0, 1-1) • ACC: 3-0-0, Co-Champions 
Head Coach: Jim Tatum 

S19 |9] |-| at Missouri W 20-6 

S26 |9| |-1 Washington & Lee W 52-0 

03 [31 l-l •atClemson W 20-0 

din [4] I-] Georgia W 40-13 

017 [3] [-] • at North Carolina W 26-0 

023 [3] [-] at Miami W 30-0 

030 [2] [-] • South Carolina "' W 24-6 

N7 [2| |-1 George Washington 1 W 27-6 

Nl4 [2] [11] Mississippi.. W 38-0 

N21 [2] [11] Alabama W 21-0 

Orange Bowl 

|1 [1| hi Oklahoma 2 L 0-7 

Final AP Poll# I 

' at Washington. DC. (Griffith Stadium); at Miami, Fla (Orange Bowl) 




Dick Nolan went in for the 111 on thi 
pla\ against Missouri. 




First row. from left DukeWyre, head trainer. Ill O Connor. Ralph lellon, Stan Jones. co-caplains Bob Morgan and llerine I'aloiuv Chel ll.uiul.ik. Dick Nolan; Charles Laltimcr. Mam I nl/er. 
lorn Breunich;John Irvine; Herb Hoffman. Second row: John Bowersox; Dick Shipley; Dick Bielski; l.um Beightol; Ed Vereb; Ron Waller; Paul Kramer. Bill Walker George I'.il.iliunik \l Whart< 
Don Espy; loin Sei Third row: Charles Boxold; Tom Schlociner; I red Tullai; Tim Frynn; Dave Nusz; |ohn Merricks; Stan I'okanski. George Ubrecht; Don Brougher; Ralph Baieii; Russell 
Dennis; Boh llaroih m Ryan; Joe Horning Fourth row: Dick o Donnell; Jim Skarda. Bill Venter; Ed Perry: John I /iek; \ugic W.nlnl Hal fray; Iwin S/afranski; dene Dyson; Prank Bartko; Gen 
Sullivan. |oe Ponzo hi Bob Pellegrini Fifth row: Ben Kopet; Dave Hitter; Dick Porter, Jim Parsons; linn Mt LucWe; |ohn Weiciecowsld; Roger Curry; Ray Blackburn; George Claves; Bol 

I'nec: Jim Kilgallen; M.m m Greenberg, head manager; |ohn Lacey, assistani trainer si\ih row: Managers lorn Cox, Donald Date and Ibm 0'Rourke; Assistant coaches Tom Mont. Vera Seibert, 
l.u k Hennemier, Warren Giese and Emmett cheek. Head Coach Jim Tatum; Assistani coaches Boh Ward, Bill Dovell and Eddie Teague. 



13a 



i 



ERRAPINS F 



19^9 

Illic Datum system »as clicking In the third season under the new 
hi.hIi Maryland Mined more points than in any previous season in 
Us histoid - 200 to its opponents' si Inn latum and a collection ol 
new players lifted Maryland to its first ranking in the \l' poll New 
Homers such as I'd Modzclcwski, Boh Ward, Boh ShemonsW and 
liunior Ul-America tackle Ray Krouse «ere instrumental 111 leading 
'the terrapins 10 eight decisive regular season victories, losing only to 
\o 1 i Michigan Slate, 1 1 -". The Terps plowed through theopposi 
in mi and after healing No 16 Boston I In a 1 1- 13 count, earned the 
\u 15 poll position themselves Maryland ended the regular season 
■wall .1 13-0 shutout al Miami The Terps earned their lirsl howl Mi- 
Ion with a 20 " rout of Missouri 111 lite Gator Bowl, 



Southern Conf. Standings 





sc 


Overall 




SC 


Overall 


ham 


WIT 


W-l.-T 


ream 


W-l.-T 


W-l.-T 


\nllll 1 .il'ollll.l 


5-0-0 


7-4-0 


South Carolina 


3-3-0 


4-6-0 


Mankind 


1 n n 


9 1 11 


Wake Foresi 


3-3-0 


1 1, 11 


ffiashS Lee 


ill 


i 5 I 


G Washington 


2-3-0 


1 5-0 


Duke 


1 J 


1, i 11 


NC SUIe 


3-6-0 


J-7-0 


Am & Man 


1 2 n 


6-4-0 


Virginia Tech 


1-5-2 


1 7-2 


(The Citadel 


2-2-0 


4-5-0 


Richmond 


2-6-0 


i 7-0 


fcmson 


2-2-0 


4-4-2 


Davidson 


1-5-0 


2 8-0 


1 1 tin .n 1 


3-3-0 


i 6-0 








Southern Conf. Bowl 


Gam e 


lator Bowl: 




Maryland 20. Missouri " 







SC CO-CHAMPS 



Maryland completed its only undefeated season in history and clob- 
X'red top-ranked and heavily favored Tennessee in the Sugar Howl to 
a\ its own claim to a national crown Led hy All -American tackles Boh 
Hard and Ra\ Krouse. brothers Ed and Dick Modzelewski,and quarter- 
vack Jack Scarbath. Maryland accepted a Sugar Bowl invitatii m againsl 
lie recommendation ol Southern Conference presidents who sought 
or all league institutions to boycott the howls. The Terps were decided 
mderdogs against No I Tennessee, but Ed Mighty Mo" Mod/elewski's 
153 rushing yards and a 28-13 victory prompted Tennessee coach Boh 
j\eyiaiid to state. "We were soundly beaten by a superior team.' 



Southern Conf. Standings 





SC 


derail 




SC 


Overall 


ham 


VC-L-T 


VC-L-T 


Team 


W-L-T 


WIT 


.Ian land 


5-0-0 


10-0-0 


(l Washington 


2-3-1 


2-6-1 


Ml 

lash & Lee 


s 11 II 


7-3-0 


North Carolina 


2-3-0 


2 8-0 


5-1-0 


0-1-0 


Wesl Virginia 


2-3-0 


5-5-0 


im & Man 


5-1-0 


7-3-0 


\i State 


2-6-0 


! - n 


fcmson 


i-l-11 


7-3-0 


Richmond 


2-6-0 


j 8-0 


Hike 


4-2-0 


5-4-1 


[he Citadel 


1-3-0 


4-6-0 


■ouili Carolina 


5-3-O 


5-4-0 


Funnan 


1-4-1 


3-6- 1 


* akc Forest 


5-3-0 


6-4-0 


Davidson 


1-5-0 


1-8-0 








Virginia Tech 


1-7-0 


2-8-0 



Southern Conf. Bowl. Game 



RANKED #14 



A. JUL ? JL e. -i. e If. p. e 



1 tl » « 16 »a «i 31 



W 



Maryland Results (9-1, 4-0) 



9-1-0 (4-0, 4-1, 1-0) • SC: 4-0-0, 2nd 

Head Coach: Jim I. mini 

S24 • at Virginia Tech ....W 54-7 

S.iti Georgetown « 33-7 

(is I-III3I at Michigan State L "-la 

022 •atM'.Slate W 14-6 

029 •South Carolina" 1 \\ n-~ 

\s • George Washington w 40-14 

N12 [-][15l at Boston University « 14-13 

N2a [15] [-1 WestVirginia W i7-7 

112 | I 1] |-| al Miami \\ 13-0 

Gator Bow I 

J2 [14][20] Missouri 1 W" 20-7 

1 at Jacksonville, I'la. ((lator Bowl 




iic-ii Bowl: 



Man land 28. Tennessee 13 



LLlLULLUI 

10-0-0 (S-0. 3-0. 2-0) • SC: 5-0-0. Co-Champions 

Head Coach: Jim Tatum 

S2« |ld| |-I •atWashington&lee.... « 54-14 

06 [9] [-] • George Washingtoii « 33-6 

013 [10] 1-1 ai Georgia W 43-7 

02o ri|-l • North Carolina W 14-7 

027 [5] H ai Louisiana Stan- \\ 27-0 

N3 [41 [-] Missouri" w 35-0 

N10 |3I 1-1 Nan' W 40-21 

Nl" [5] [-1 «NC State « 53-0 

N2a [a] |-| • West Virginia w 54-7 

Sugar Bow 1 

J2 131 IH Tennessee-' « 

al Baltimore, Mil I Memorial Stadium) 
1 al New Orleans, La i Tulane Sugar Bowl Stadium i 



Chet "The Jet" Hanulak raced for this 31- 
\ard TD \s. Missouri on Nov 3. 



£££ HTA r 



T-/^T r P TF-FFh 



T= FGGTU7 : f-l- 



I 




RANKED #13 



The amazing win streak continued in 1952, but it ended abruptly 
and Maryland was kept out of a bowl game despite its No. 13 final 
ranking. The Terps had amassed 19 straight wins and 11 straight 
games without a defeat before falling 21-14 at Mississippi on Nov. 
It. The end came in the eighth game of a schedule that was re- 
used heavily after Southern Conference teams refused to play 
Maryland because the Terps had chosen to play in the previous 
season's Sugar Bowl. Ole Miss scored a pair of fourth quarter 
touchdowns to upend the Terps, and Maryland fell 27-7 to Ala- 
bama the following week to quell any hopes of a bowl bid. Bernie 
Faloney and Jack Scarbath both were All-Americans and Scarbath, 
a preseason favorite to win the Heisman Trophy, finished second 
in the balloting. 




Chet Hanulak 
A raced past the 
Boston U. 
defenders for a 
1 5-yard TD on 
Nov. 1. 




63 82 > 19 56 23^34 33 54 16 21 69 , 49 69 




7-2-0(5-0,4-2) 

Head Coach: Jim Tatum 

S20 (2] (-] at Missouri W 13-10 

S27 [21 (-1 atAuburn W 13-7 

04 [311-1 Clemson W 28-0 

Oil [4][19] at Georgia W 37-0 

018 [21(201 Navy W 38-7 

02S [2] [-] Louisiana State "'' W 34-6 

\'l [21 [-1 at Boston I" W 34-" 

N15 [3] [11] at Mississippi L 14-21 

N22 [8][14] atAlabama L 7-27 



Jack Scarbath heading for paydirt in the 
Terps' win over Auburn on Sept. 27. 




RANKED #8 




Entering the season ranked No. 3 in the nation, the Terps began 
the 1954 campaign in convincing style, shutting out Kentuckj 24- 
(I in their season opener. But the Terps stumbled in their next 
game, losing a close 12-" decision to fourth-ranked UCLA. That 
dropped Mankind to No. 13 in the polls heading into their ACC 
matchup vs. Wake Forest. A 13-13 tie with the Demon Deacons 
sent the Terps tumbling out of the national rankings for the first 
time since 1950. Maryland rebounded to shut out North Carolina 
33-0 before dropping a 9-7 road decision to Miami. The Terps 
went on to win their final five games by a combined score of 200- 
33, including a ~-t- 1 3 Thanksgiving Day shellacking of Missouri. 
Mankind finished the season with a No. 8 national ranking. 



ACC Standings 



ACC 
W-L-T 

4-0-0 

4-0-1 

4-2-0 
5-3-0 
[-2-0 

1-4-1 

i) 2 () 
0-4-0 



Pts. 
122 

124 

93 
86 
40 
106 

1 1 



Opp. 

4~ 

27 
126 

94 

i l ) 
107 

53 
109 



Overall 
W-L-T 

8-2-1 
7-2-1 
4 SI 
6-4-0 
5-S-O 
2-7-1 
3-6-0 
2-8-0 



Pts. 

270 

280 

140 
172 
193 

129 
113 

1114 



Opp. 

161 
67 

ill 
153 

121 
165 
162 
193 



Duk. 



'owl Game 



Nebraska " 




74 A\ ,53 52 2b 75 31 $0 - 41 52 63 ■ i2 \ 64, 



-*m S* 



■ji V i it i t% , t . 




Jim r^r», 



M ARYLAND 



7-2-1 (5-0, 2-2-1) • ACC: 4-0-1, 2nd 
Head Coach: Jim latum 



-2-1 , 4-0-1 ) 



S18 
01 
09 
016 

022 

030 

\d 

N13 

N20 

N25 



[61 
[13] 



1-1 
[4] 

l-l 



l-lllbl 



[17] l-l 
[13] l-l 

|lo| |-| 



at Kentucky W 

at UCLA I 

• at Wake Forest T 

• North Carolina w 

at Miami I. 

• at South Carolina w 

• NC State" 1 W 

• Clemson \\ 

George Washington w 

Missouri w 




1954 co-captains Dick Rielski III) ami 
John Irvine (50). 



rz 



ARYLAND TERRAP 



RANKED #3 




ACC CO-CHAMPS 



n the second lime in the VCC's first three years, Maryland and 
.ike tied fur the league ink' with identical t-0 records, (lie 
irps finished third in both polls while the Blue Devils earned a 
6th listing in the I PI poll I In- VCC posted a 22-18-1 murk 
i.iiiim non-conference opponents Mankind led the nation in 
fense against the rush, allowing 83.9 yards per game, Man- 
mi had a 15-gamev.in streak snapped with a 20-6 loss to Okla 
una in the Orange Bowl, Terp center Bob Pellegrini was a con- 
•iisus Ul-America ami national college lineman of the year. 



1 


ACC 


Standings 








ACC 






Overall 






-.1111 


W-L-T 


Pts. 


Opp. 


tt-l.-l 


Pts. 


Opp. 


inland 


i II II 


1113 


20 


in i -n 


217 




ike 


I II ii 


')! 


Ii 


7-2-1 


196 


95 


anson 


5-1-0 


79 


3" 


7-3-0 


illd 


144 


mli Carolina 


; VII 


911 


[02 


3-7-0 


II" 


218 


rite Foresl 


5-3 I 


105 


100 


5-4-1 


131 


157 


iinh Carolina 


1-5-0 


"3 


176 


5-6-0 


120 


20') 


State 


0-2-1 


38 


"i 


i-5-1 


illd 


193 


iSMli.i 


0-4-0 


a2 


Sll 


1-9-0 


'Id 


201 




ACC 


Bowl 


Game 







nose Bowl: 



Oklahoma 20. Maryland 6 



P < v T' 1 I' '' r » '' t- 1 i ' ' t -r — "- 

— _!■ - i ' ■:-. . ' ■ .. ' i. . ' » - T ' x — - * ". 'T ■ . r- t— 



! 71 r 21 , 76 , 12 44 43 33 % 30 50 80 5? 32 83 , 81 45 77 » t 6P. 




Maryland Results (lO-l, 4-0) 



10-1-0 (5-0, 5-0, 0-1) • ACC: 4-0-O. Co-Champions 
Head Coach: Jim latum 

S17 [8] l-l atMissouri \\ 13-12 

S24 [5] HI UC1A « 7-0 

01 [1] [20] alBaylor W 20-6 

os (1| l-l • Wake Forest « 28-7 

015 [2] [-] • at North Carolina W 25-7 

022 [2] [-] al Syracuse w 54-13 

02') HI l-l • South Carolina " r Vi 2 _ -(> 

N5 HI l-l Louisiana Statu w 13-0 

N12 [2| |-| • at Clemson w 25-12 

N19 [2] |-| George Washington w 19-0 

Orange Bowl 

12 [3] [1] Oklahoma 1 t. 6-20 

at Miami. Fla. (Orange Howl) 



Boh Pellegrini accepts his national 
college lineman of the year award. 




try Claiborne's second season as Mankind coach lifted the Terps 
a 5-1 mark in the VCC, and their first national ranking in 12 
asons The Terps were 5-3 after a -tl-21 loss to No. Penn 
ate. but three decisive wins over Virginia, Clemson and Tulane 
irned Mankind a bid to its first howl game since the l c )5(i Or- 
igc Bowl Mankind dominated Georgia in the Peach Bowl, 
itgaining the Bulldogs ad I to 284 on offense and driving inside 
e Georgia 20-yard line seven times. Four turnovers proved costly. 
mever, and after a 1 0- 1(1 tie at intermission, all Mankind could 
uster was a pair of fourth quarter field goals by Steve Mike- 
aver Defensive tackle Randy White earned the first of his two 
(-America awards. 



ACC Standings 





ICC 






Overall 






■am 


W-L-T 


Pts. 


Opp. 


W-L-T 


PCS. 


Opp. 


'. State 


6-0-0 


197 


93 


9-3-0 


396 


251 


inland 


5-1-0 


173 


50 


8-4-0 


535 


141 


anson 


4-2-0 


147 


12') 


5-6-0 


231 


263 


rginu 


3-3-0 


122 


[61 


4-7-0 


199 


500 


doe 


1-4-1 


5S 


99 


2-8-1 


132 


204 


>nh Carolina 


1-5-0 


150 


159 


4-7-1 


Ul 


200 


ike Forest 


0-5-1 


J8 


194 


1-9-1 


73 


526 



ACC Bowl Games 



ach Bowl: Georgia 1". Maryland 16 

bertv Bowl: v State 31, Kansas 18 



RANKED #20 




MJMtirilrV^Wil 



Maryland Results (8-4, 5-1 ) 



8-4-0 (4-2. 3-1, 1-1) • ACC: S-l-O. 2nd 
Head Coach: Jerry Claiborne 

Sis WestVlrginia I 13-20 

S22 • at North Carolina \\ 23-3 

S29 Viilanova w 31-3 

06 Syracuse w 38-0 

013 • at \(. State 1. 11-1+ 

O20 ♦. it Wake Foresl W 57-0 

(12" 'Duke 1 W 30-10 

\3 |-1(6| Penn Stale L 22-42 

\m •Virginia" S 53-0 

N17 • at Clemson w 28-13 

N24 [18] [17] Tulane w i2-9 

Peach Bowl 

D28 |18l I-] Georgia ; L 16-17 

at Norfolk. Va. 

at \tlania. ('.a < Fulton Countv Stadium ) 






*\ 




All- Americans Randy White ( 9-f) and 
Paul Vellano I "2) bring down Penn 
State's Heisman Trophy winner John 

(appellerti on Nov 3. 




TAf'-i 







i 




RANKED #13 



Maryland won its first conference championship in 18 years. 
sweeping pas! all six of its league opponents. It marked the 10th 
time in conference history that a team had gone unbeaten in league 
play. The Terps extended their win streak against ACC foes to 10. 
Mankind took a top- 10 ranking into the Liberty Bowl before fall- 
ing to Tennessee, 7-3, and ending the season 1 3th in the final \l' 
poll. Mankind's Randy White was a consensus All-American and 
won both the Outland and Lombardi trophies. 



ACC Standings 



Team 

Mankind 
Clemson 
North Carolina 
NC State 
Duke 
Virginia 
Wake Forest 



ACC 
W-L-T 

6-0-0 
4-2-0 
4-2-0 

-1-2-0 
2-4-0 
1-5-0 
0-6-0 



Pts. Opp. 

198 35 



130 
1-id 
145 
Hi) 
61 
31 



135 
IIS 
120 
136 
111 
169 



Overall 
W-L-T 

84-0 
7-4-0 

7-5-0 
9-2-1 
6-5-0 
4-7-0 
1-10-0 



Pis. 

316 

2-i6 
364 
317 
201 
207 

~4 



Opp. 
104 

2S0 

2-9 

241 

20s 
239 

348 



ACC Bowl Games 



Liberty Bowl: 
Bluebonnel Bowl: 
Sun Bowl: 



Tennessee 7, Maryland 3 

NC State 31, Houston 31 
Mississippi State 26, North Carolina . 




8-4-0 (5-1. 2-1, 1-2) • ACC: 6-0-0. Champions 
Head Coach: Jem Claiborne 



SU 

S21 

S28 

05 

012 

019 

026 

N2 

N9 

Nil. 

N23 



[Hi 13 
[111 [-1 



Alabama L 

Florida 1 L 

• North Carolina W 

at Syracuse W 

• Clemson W 

• Wake Forest" W 

• NC State W 

at Penn State L 

Vdlanova W 

•Duke J W 

• .ii Virginia W 



[181 l-l 

[15] [17] 

15] [10] 

H] l-l 

3] l-l 

11] [-] 

Liberty Bowl 

1)16 [10] [20] Tennessee' 1. 

1 at Tampa, Fki (Tampa Stadium); at Norfolk, Va. (Foreman 
' at Memphis. Tenn. (Libertj Bowl Memorial Stadium) 



3-7 

Field); 



Bob \\t'lliiii eludes two \C State 
defenders on Oct. 26. 




RANKED #13 



J\CC CHAMPS 

Mankind 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 record. For the 
third straight year, the Terps took part in postseason competi- 
tion, defeating Florida, 13-0, in the Gator Bowl. Mankind, w hich 
led the league in total offense with 375.2 yards per game, set an 
ICC single-game total offense mark with 802 yards in a 62-24 
victor) over Virginia, Nov 22. Mankind's John Schult/ was the 
nation's top kickoff returner with a 310 average. 



ACC Standings 



Team 

Maryland 
Duke 

NC Stall- 
Wake Forest 
Clemson 
North Carolina 
Virginia 



(iator Bowl: 
Peach Bowl: 



ACC 
WIT 

5 0-0 
ill 2 
2-2-1 
3 3-0 
2-3-0 
l i l 
s I) 



Pts. Opp. 

IS2 

131 
131 

I iS 
1112 
II') 
OS 



73 

84 
IIS 

137 

in 

ISO 
226 



Overall 
W-L-T 

9-2-1 
4-5-2 
7-4-1 
5-8-0 
2-9-0 
! " l 
1-10-0 



138 



ACC Bowl Games 



Maryland ' 5, Florida 
West Virginia - Nl state in 



i ;- :z 




[20] l-l 
(iator Bowl 
D29 [17] [131 



Florida 



13-0 



at Jacksonville, Fla (Gator itowli 



UKoy Hughes Stacks up die \C Stale OB w 
Rand] White (9 1 1 closing in on OH 1 1 . 



D TERRAPINS F 



G 1 





RANKED #8 



ACC CHAMPS 

In 1 powerful Terrapins svvepi through the regular season unde 
Mini and became only the second Irani m VCC history to wm 
(hree consecutive league titles outright. Coach Jerry Claiborne's 
lluh ran its conference victon string to a record 20 straight. The 
tops appeared in a bowl for the fourth straight year, losing to 
Southwest Conference champion Houston, 30-21, in the Cotton 
lowl Maryland tackle Joe Campbell was a consensus Ml Ameri- 
j.in Maryland's No 8 ranking in the final \l' poll was the first 
bp 10 finish by an VCCteam since I960 



ACC Standings 



Ourall 



cam 


VI -LI Its. 


Opp. 


W-L-T 


Pts. 


Opp. 


jlanl.uul 


5-0-0 III 


2i 


II 1 II 


294 


IIS 


Sorlh Carolina 


1-1-0 In 


102 


'i J-0 


243 


2211 


•lake Forest 


5 5-0 124 


IIS 


5-6-0 


177 


206 


hike 


2-3-1 125 


1 15 


5-5-1 


234 


245 


ICState 


J i ii 97 


i)S 


3-7-1 


205 


238 


Irginia 


1-1-0' -10 


ill 


2-9-0 


1 06 


266 


toson 


0-4-1 76 


123 


3-6-2 


172 


237 


Oss 1 1 irginia lech counted as conferena 


game 






ACC Bowl Games 


ottou Bowl: 


Houston JO, Man 


and 21 






each Bowl: 


Kentucky 


21. North 1 


arolinaO 







1978 

'he Terps fired out of the gates 8-0 including a 31-7 homecom- 
ng win over No. 20 NC State Maryland steadily rose in the polls, 
nd alter a 27-0 shutout of Duke, was No. 5 beading into a show- 
town at No. 2 Penn State. The Nittany Lions won a 27-3 decision 
n front of 78.0 19 which dropped Maryland to No. 13 in the polls, 
mt after a 1 "-" w in at \ irginia the Terps were paired with Clemson 
Br an \(X first-place showdown. No. 11 Maryland and No 12 
Sanson entered the regular season finale both tied at 5-0. Clemson 
merged from the Byrd Stadium shootout a 2X-2-I victor. The loss 
lent Mankind into a disappointing Sun Bowl matchup with Texas 
■here it suffered its worst bowl loss ever, 42-0 



ACC Standings 



Mm 

,1cm son 

Ian land 

C State 

onh Carolina 

>ukc 

■ aki 1 Fores! 

irginia 



MX 
W-L-T 

i, o-o 
5-1-0 
4-2-0 
5-3-0 
2-4-0 

1-5-0 

0-6-0 



Pts. 

183 
159 
133 

124 

56 
59 

75 



Opp. 

"I 

02 
112 
132 
108 

161 

143 



Oierall 

W-L-T 

11-1(1 

9-3-0 

9-3-0 

5-6-0 

4-7-0 

1-10-0 

2-9-0 



Pus. 
$68 
21.1 
280 
199 
108 
104 
139 



Opp. 
131 
167 

los 
216 



ACC Bowl Games 



unBowl: Texas 4.!. Maryland 

angerine Bowl: \i State 30, Pittsburgh 17 

ator Bon I: Clemson 1 7, Ohio Slate 1 5 




Maryland Results (11-1, 5-0) 



11-1-0 (6-0, 3-0, ()-!)• ACC: S-0-0. Champions 

Mead Coach: Jerry Claiborne 

Richmond w 31-7 

at West Virginia w 24-3 

atSyracuse « 12 28 

Villanova W 20-9 

• atNCState w 16-6 

• Wake Forest w 17-15 

•at Duke w 30-3 

Kentucky w 24-14 

Cincinnati w 21-n 

• Clemson" \\ 20-0 

• at Virginia w 28-0 



Sll 


|I2| [-] 


SIN 


liol l-l 


S23 


|S| |-| 


02 


[7] l-l 


09 


[7] l-l 


016 


[5] l-l 


023 


W l-l 


030 


151 l-l 


\i. 


|6| l-l 


N13 


N l-l 


N20 


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M;irk Manges was featured on the cover 
of Sports Illustrated on Oct. «. 



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1)23 1 131 1 Hi Texas 

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20-3 

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Junior quarterback Boomer Esiason led the Terrapins and first- 
year head coach Bobby Ross to a seven-game midseason win streak 
which earned Maryland its first national ranking in two seasons. 
\fter early season losses at No. 7 Penn State and No. 17 West 
Virginia, Maryland scored points at will while rolling through its 
MX schedule. The Terrapins' 31 -point average was second only 
to its undefeated season of 1951, and Ross was named the na- 
tional coach of the year by the Washington Touchdown Club. A 
31-2-t win at No. 10 North Carolina put Mankind back in the 
rankings, and another shootout with Clemson would determine 
the ACC champion. No. Id Maryland was invited to the inaugural 
Aloha Bowl in Honolulu where it surrendered a last-second touch- 
down to No. ') Washington, losing 2 1-20. 



ACC Standings 




Maryland 



-4, 5-1 ) 





ACC 






Overall 






Team 


W-L-T 


Pts. 


Opp. 


W-L-T 


Pts. 


Opp. 


Clemson 


b-o-n 


too 


05 


Mil 


280 


147 


Maryland 


5-1-0 


111 


121 


8-1-0 


373 


220 


North Carolina 


3-3-0 


no 


100 


8-4-0 


348 


l-i') 


Duke 


3-3-0 


ri 


170 


6-5-0 


Mr 


290 


NC State 


3-3-0 


in 


131 


6-5-0 


2(10 


235 


Virginia 


1-5-0 


02 


21-1 


2-0-0 


208 


32(1 


Wake Forest 


0-6-0 


Ml 


1X6 


3-8-0 


2110 


280 


Georgia Tech 








0-5-0 


230 


280 



ACC Bowl Games 



Aloha Bowl: Washington 21. Man land 20 

Sun Bowl: North Carolina 20. Texas 10 



111 

8-4-0 (5-1, 3-2. 0-1) • ACC: 5-1-0, 2nd 
Head Coach: Bohhy Ross 

Sll |-1 [7] atPennState L 31-30 

SIS |-]|r| at West Virginia I. 18-19 

S25 »NC State W 23-6 

02 at Syracuse W 20-3 

09 Indiana Slate W 38-0 

Old • WakeForest W 52-31 

023 •Duke 1 " W 40-22 

O30 [— ] [10] • at North Carolina W 31-24 

N7 [19] [-] Miami W 18-17 

N13 [18] [11] •Clemson L 22-24 

N20 |10] |-| • at Virginia W 43-14 

Aloha Bowl 

D25 [16] |0| Washington 1 L 20-21 

1 at Honolulu. Hawaii (Aloha Stadium) 



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Willie Joyner ran for a 15-\ard TD in ll 
Terps' win over Indiana State on Oct. l > 







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Maryland claimed its first Atlantic Coast Conference title since 
1976, finishing undefeated in five league contests to outdistance 
runner-up North Carolina ( 4-2 ) . Man land opened the campaign 
by winning six of its first seven contests, including ACC matchups 
vs. Virginia. Wake Forest, Duke and North Carolina. The Terps 
were ranked seventh in the nation prior to suffering a 35-23 set- 
back at the hands of No. 3-ranked Auburn on Nov. 5. Mankind 
closed the regular season and wrapped up the ACC crown by de- 
feating North Carolina State on the road. 29-6. 



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Duke 
Virginia 
NC State 
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Clemson' 



Pis. Opp. 



ACC Standings 



ACC 

W-L-T 

6-0-0 

4-2-11 

3-2-0 
3-3-0 
3-3-0 
1-5-0 
1-5-0 



154 

I8i 
147 

150 

145 

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117 
140 
183 

15(1 
159 
218 



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ACC Bowl Games 



Florida Citrus Bowl: 

Peach Bowl: 



Tennessee 30, Maryland 23 

Florida State 28, NorthCai n 1 I 




1999 MAR 



8-4-0 (5-1, il. 0-1) • ACC: 6-0-0, Champions 
Head Coach: Bobb) Ross 

Sio [17] l-l atVanderbill W 21-14 

S17 [17][20] WestVTrginia 1. 21-31 

S24 l-l in Pittsburgh W 13-7 

(il |I9| l-l .Virginia W 23-3 

08 [16] l-l Syracuse w 54-13 

015 [16] [-] 'atWakeForesl w S6-33 

022 [15] [-] 'Duke'" \\ is -i 

(129 1 131 131 'North Carolina w 28-26 

N3 |-| |3| at Auburn I. 23-35 

N12 MUin •atClemson* 1 r 52 

NI9 [20] [-] • at NC Stale W 29-6 

Florida Citrus Bowl 

1)1" |l()| |-| Tennessee 1 I. 23-30 

.ii Orlando, Fla (Florida Citrus Bowl) 
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Frank Reich led the Terps to an upset 
win Over Pittsburgh in his lirsl collet;! 
slart on Sept. 24. 



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RANKED #12 




fairyland pocketed the championship for the second year in a 
n« and earned its fifth outright crown over the past 1 1 seasons, 
he tide was not decided until the season's final weekend when 
leTerps knocked off Virginia, tS 3-t. for the league crown Man 
mil. taking part in its third straight bowl game, defeated Fennes- 

Iccin die Sim Bowl, 28-2". Maryland, trading Miami 51 at the 
allon No\ 10, rallied for i2 second half points to beat die No, 6 
lurricanes, t2 it), setting a record for the greatest comeback in 
KAA Division I \ football histon 



ACC Standings 




Maryland. Results (9-3, 6-0) 





ICC 




Overall 






9-3-0(2-2,5-1, 


2-0) • ACC: 6-0-0 Champions 




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\t-L-T 


Pts. opp. 


WIT 


Pts. 


Opp. 


Head Coach: Bobb) Ross 




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6-0-0 


2oi 102 


9 j n 


380 


280 


S8 




Syracuse L 


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189 108 


8-4-0 


337 


216 


SIS 




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3-2-1 


119 125 


5-5-1 


2S| 


274 


S22 


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20-17 


3-3-0 


91 124 


6-5-0 


Jos 


232 


S29 




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58 17 


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2 2 l 


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6-4-1 


296 


201 


06 


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2i 2S 


1-5-0 


67 162 


2-9-0 


128 


301 


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14-21 


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1-5-0 


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Kick Rudiinjtk was named MX player of 
the week after leading the Terps to a win 
over NC Suite on Oct. 13. 




RANKED #18 




ACC CHAMPS 



laryland made it three championships in a row and six in 12 
Mrs In finishing unbeaten in ACC play For the founh straight 
.u and I lth time in 1.3 seasons, the Terps look part in post- 
ison play, knocking off Syracuse in the Cherry Bowl. 35-18 
laryland extended its ACC winning streak to 1 7 games with a 33- 
1 title-clinching \ ictory over \ irginia on the final w eekend of the 
asim Offensive tackle J. D. Maarleveld of Mankind was tabbed 
Hi consensus Ul-American 



ACC Standings 



.mi 

inland 

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rginia 

mh Carolina 

like 

,: State 
ake Forest 



ACC 

Vt-L-T 

6-0-0 

5-1-0 

4-3-0 

4-3-0 

3-4-0 

2-5-0 

2-5-0 

1-6-0 



Pts. Opp. 



192 
136 
167 
172 
129 

')-! 

121 
99 



122 
ISO 
ISi 
\'t 

189 

i"i 



Overall 

Vt-L-T 

>i J-0 
9-2-1 
6-6-0 
6 s ii 
5-6-0 
4-7-0 
3-8-0 

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Pts. 
326 

2S2 

24-1 

lul 
1U 

193 
186 

212 



Opp. 
102 

IS2 

::: 
217 



SOS 
24') 



ACC Bowl Games 



lern Bowl: 
jidependence Bowl: 
' I- American Bowl: 



Maryland 35, Syracuse 18 
Minnesota 20 < lemson 13 
Georgia Tech l", Michigan state N 




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9-3-0(4-1, 3-1, 2-1) • ACC: 6-0-0. Champions 
Head Coach: liohhy Ross 

S7 [7][19] PennState L 18-20 

S14 [17] [-] Boston College' « si-is 

S21 [17] |-| WestVirginia « 28-0 

S28 [17][12] atMichigan L 0-20 

05 •atNCState w 31-17 

til') • at Wake Forest V. 26-3 

02b -Duke « 40-10 

\2 • North Carolina" 1 « 28-10 

V> |-| |S] Miami 2 L 11-1Q 

N16 • at Clemson ... « 34-31 

N29 • Virginia... « 33-21 
(hern Bowl 

1)21 Syracuse 5 W 35-18 

1 at Foxboro, Mass (Sullivan Stadium); at Baltimore, Md 'Memorial 
Stadium i: at Pontine. Mich i Pontiac SUverdome i 



Dan I'll m. ki kicked a game-winning field 
goal with three seconds left to lift Maryland 
past Clemson on Nov. 16. 



TiHP 




All-Time 
Bowl 



All-Time Record in Bowls: 6-9-2 



Jan. 1, 1948 • Gator Bowl 
Maryland 20, Georgia 20 

Jan. 2, 1950 • Gator Bowl 
Maryland 20, Missouri 7 

Jan. 2, 1952 • Sugar Bowl 

Maryland 28, Tennessee 13 

Jan. 1, 1954 • Orange Bowl 

Oklahoma 7 , Maryland 

Jan. 2, 1956 • Orange Bowl 
Oklahoma 20, Maryland 6 

Dec. 28, 1973 • Peach Bowl 
Georgia 17, Maryland 16 

Dec. 16, 1974 • Liberty Bowl 

Tennessee 7, Maryland 3 

Dec. 29. 1975 • Gator Bowl 

Maryland 13, Florida 

Jan. 1. 1977 • Cotton Bowl 
Houston 30, Maryland 21 

Dec. 22, 1977 • Hall of Fame Bowl 

Maryland 1", Minnesota 7 

Dec. 23, 1978 • Sun Bowl 

Texas 42, Maryland 

Dec. 20, 1980 • Tangerine Bowl 

Florida 35, Maryland 20 

Dec. 25, 1982 • Aloha Bowl 
Washington 21, Maryland 20 

Dec. 17, 1983 • Florida Citrus Bowl 

Tennessee 30, Maryland 23 

Dec. 22. 1984 • Sun Bowl 

Maryland 28, Tennessee 27 

Dec. 21, 1985 • Cherry Bowl 
Maryland 35, Syracuse 18 

Dec. 15, 1990 • Independence Bowl 

Maryland 3-1 Louisiana Tech 3 i 



Gator 




Bowl 



Gator 
Bowl 



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Gator Bowl 
Jacksonville 
Jan. 1, 1948 




Gator Bowl 

Jackson vill 
Jan. 2, 195! 




Maryland 20 
Georgia 20 




Maryland 20 
Missouri 7 



In front of the first capacity crowd in Gator Bowl history, 16,666, 
Man land's Lu Gambino was a one-man wrecking crew, rush- 
ing for 165 yards and scoring three touchdowns. Gambino's 
three scores propelled Maty land to a 20-7 lead, but Georgia 
reeled off 13 points in die fourth quarter to tie the game. The 
Bulldogs threatened to win the game in the closing seconds, 
but time ran out with Georgia on Mankind's four-yard line. 
Despite die tie, there was no question as to the game's most 
valuable player. Gambino won the Burkhalter Award, signify- 
ing the game's outstanding performer. Gambino was inducted 
into the Gator Bowl Hall of Fame in 1992. 



Box Score 



Three times in the first half Missouri turned the bah o\ 
and all three times Maryland scored a touchdown as if 
Terrapins defeated the Tigers. 20-7, to earn their first-e\ 
postseason victory. The Terrapin running attack, led by Bi 
Shemonski and Ed Modzelew ski, amassed 266 rushing yard 
the second-most by a Maryland bowl team. Man land deft 
sive back John Idzik set up Maryland's first score with a 21 
yard interception return to the Tiger 1 1 -yard line. Shemon 
scored on a sweep on the next play for the go-ahead louc 
di iw n Shemonski scored again on a six-yard run late in tl 
second quarter to put the Terps up 20-0. 



Box Score 








1st 


2nd 3rd 


4tb 


F 




1st 


2nd 


3rd 


4tb 


F 


Mankind 





13 


— 


20 


Maryland 


~ 


13 





— 


20 


Georgia 








13 — 


20 


Missouri 











" — 


" 



2-LM - Gambino 35-yard run (McHugh kick) 

3-UG - Ranch 1-yard run (Geri kick) 

3-L'M - Gambino l-\ard run (kick failed) 

3-LM - Gambino 24-yard pass from Baroni (McHugh kick) 

4-UG - Geri 4-yard run (kick failed) 

4-1 G - Donaldson 9-yard pass from Rauch (Geri kick) 



I -I'M - Shemonski 1 1 -yard run (Dean kick) 
2-UM - Modzelewski 3-yard run (kick failed) 
2 -I'M - Shemonski 6-yard run (Dean kick) 
4-MO - Klein 4-yard run (Glorioso kick) 





l!M 


UG 


First Downs 


Id 


19 


Rushing Yards 


247 


210 


Passing 


12" 


100 


Comp-Att-Int 


7-14-1 


12-20-1 


Punts-Avg. 


5-44 


-1-40 


Fuinbles-Lost 


0-0 


2-1 


Penalties-Yards 


5-66 


4-80 





UM 


MO 


First Downs 


11 


13 


Rushing Yards 


266 


100 


Passing 


16 


lo- 


Comp-Att-Int 


2-17-1 


ll -29-3 


Punts-Avg. 


7-39-0 


3-38.0 


Fumbles-Lost 


1-1 


5-5 


Penalties-^ aids 


63 


10 


Att: 18,409 







RliSHING-Manland. Gambino 22-165. Idzik 2-52, Bonk 5- 
23, LaRue -1-24. Tunu 4-9, Brown 2-6, Tucker 2-3, Siebert 
3-3, Roth 3-(-l6), Georgia. Donaldson 10-6 1 ), Geri 7-56, 
Henderson 8-48. Reid 7-46, Nestorak 3-6, Bodine 5-2. 
Bradbern 1-2. Branson i-(-l). Rauch 3 (-10). 
PASSIMG-Maryland. Baroni 7-14-127 Georgia, Rauch 12- 
20-1W. 
Att: 16.666 




Man land celebrating its first bowl appearance in IO4K. Shoo-Shoo Shemonski going in for a 11) \s. Missouri 



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1999 MARYLAND TERRAPINS FOOTBALL 




Sugar 
Bowl 



Kloil 



TULANE- 

Sugar Bowl 
New Orleans 
Jan. 2, 1952 



Maryland 28 
Tennessee 1 3 



ratal may have been perhaps the biggest win in Maryland 
itball history, the Terps upsei No, I -ranked and regular 
,ison national champion Tennessee, 28-13, in the l l )52 
■I Bowl rhe rerps were led by running back Ed "Mighty 
,r Modzelewski 1 153 yards on 28 carries) and the bril- 
ni play hi running back/defensive back Ed Fullerton who 
irt'd two touchdowns and threw for another The Terps 
i the game out of reach in the third quarter w iili a 16-yard 
joception for a touchdown In Fullerton, i;i\ ini; the Terps 
;s-o lead Maryland finished the season with an overall 
onl nl III ii o and a \o i national ranking 



Box Score 



1st 2nd 3rd 4th F 

Ian land 7 14 7 — 2S 

nnessee i> o 7 — Ii 

-I \l Fullerton 2-yard run i Decker kick) 

IM • Shemonski 7-yard pass from Fullerton (Decker kick) 
l-UM - Scarhath 1-yard run (Decker kick) 

■I I Rechichar i-yard p.i^s from Payne i kick failed) 

-I \l Fullerton i6 yard interception return i Decker kick) 
I-IT Payne 2-vard run (Rechichar kick) 





IM 


IT 


irSI I lew lis 


IS 


12 


lushing Yards 


289 


XI 


Esing 


63 


75 


nmp-Ml Inl 


"- 1 3- 1 


9-19-4 


'.eiiirn Yards 


29 


16 


unls \\g 


8 38.0 


- 13.0 


umbles-l.ost 


7-1 


l-l 


amities-Yards 


12 120 


2-20 



USHIV, Maryland, Modzelewski 28-153 Tennessee, Payne 

lit 

SSSING Maryland. Scarhaili 6-9-5" rennessee, Payne 7- 

t-75 

ii 50.2-1 



Orange 
Bowl 




Orange Bowl 

Miami 

Jan. 1. 1954 




Oklahoma 7 
Maryland O 



This was the first game of the contract thai pitted the Big 

Eight Conference champion against the Atlantic Coast 

ference champion. The Terrapins took an undefeated sea 
son and the nation's No, I ranking into the same against an 
( Iklahoma s<|iiad that used a powerful running attack to grind 
mil a second quarter touchdown to propel the Sooners to a 
7 ii win Twice the Terps had firs! down opportunities with 
the hall inside the 10-yard line and failed to come aw a\ with 
an) points. Despite the narrow loss, the Terrapins claimed 
the Mis national championship 



Box Score 



1st 2nd 3rd -lib f 

Man land (1 — 

Oklahoma 7 0— 7 

2-01 Griggs 25-yard run i Leake kick) 

UM 



First Downs 
Rushing Yards 
Passing 
Comp-Att-Inl 

Return Yards 
Punts-Avg 
Tumbles-Lost 
Penalty Yards 



rt, 

36 

5-12-0 

2s 

5-29.0 

11 
is 



Oil 

10 
JUS 

11 

4-6-1 

" 

7-31 3 

2_2 

-is 



Rl'SHING-Maryland, Fellon 10-51. Oklahoma, Griggs Ii 

SO 

PASSIMi-Manland. Boxold 3-9-42, Oklahoma. Calame 4- 

i-ll 

RKCF.IY IV,.\lanland. \okm 2-sl. Oklahoma. Hums i 1 7 

Art: 68,178 




(inland celebrates its 19S 1 undefeated season 





Shoo-Shoo 
Shemonski high- 
stepping in the 
195-1 Orange Bowl. 



Orange 
Bowl 




Orange Bowl 

Miami 

Jan. 2. 1956 




Oklahoma 20 
Maryland 6 



I he third-ranked rerps i ame into the Orange Bowl riding a 

1 5 game « inning streak, only to have it snapped by an Okla- 
homa team thai extended hs winning streak to 30 games 

with ils 2nd win Hie Terps, who led (>-<) at halftime. were 
Stunned when the Sooners went into their famous last break 
Offense" and reeled off two third quarter louchdou ns to earn 
the national championship Id \ereb. w ho scored the Terps 
lone touchdown, finished with ins rushing yards Maryland 
was hurt in ii\e turnovers 



Box Score 



1st 2nd 3rd itb t 

Mankind 6 II — 6 

Oklahoma 1 1 6 — 20 

2-1 M - Vereh 1 S yard run (kick failed I 

3-OL- McDonald 1-yard run I Prices kick) 

.5-01" - O'Neil 1-vard run (Prices kick) 

4-01 Dodd 82-yard interception return (kick failed) 





DM 


OU 


lirsl Downs 


9 


Id 


Rushing Yards 


187 


202 


Passing 


46 


53 


C.omp-Att-Int 


3-10-3 


4 10 1 


Punts-Avg. 


- mo 


s (4.0 


Fumbles- Lost 


i-2 


l-l 


Penalties-Yards 


4-61 


4 is 



Kl SIIING-Manland. \ereh 8-108. Oklahoma. Harris 9-63. 
PASSING-Maryiand. Beightol 2---4C.. Oklahoma, Harris 3- 

i i4 

RECEIYTNG- Maryland. Cooke 1-21 Oklahoma. Bums 2-28 
Alt: 75,561 




Ed \ereb rushed 
lor the Terps' only 
TO and 108 yards 
in the S6 Orange 
Bowl. 






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PEACH 

Bowl 



Fulton County 
Stadium 
Atlanta 

Dec. 28, 1973 



Georgia 1 7 
Maryland 1 6 



Maryland came away from its first bowl game in 18 years a 
bitterh disappointed team. The Terrapins dominated Geor- 
gia 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 tliird 
quarter, a costly Terp fumble led to Georgia's go-ahead touch- 
down. Seven times the Terrapins were inside the Georgia 
20-yard line, coming away with only nine points. The Terps' 
lone touchdown came via Walter White's OS-yard touchdown 
reception. 



Liberty 
Bowl 






Liberty Bowl 

Memorial 

Stadium 

Memphis 

Dec. 16, 1974 



Tennessee 7 
Maryland 3 



The Maryland defense, led by All-ACC defensive tackle Randy 
White, shut out Tennessee for nearly four quarters but lost 
the game when the Volunteers' quarterback. Rand\ Wallace, 
found Lam Seivers for an 1 1 -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 Mankind seven-yard line. Maryland had a chance to win 
the game but an apparent 20-yard touchdown pass was ruled 
out of bounds. 



I 




Gator 
Bowi 



Gator Bov 

Jacksonvili 

Dec. 29, 197 



Maryland 13 
Florida O 



The ACC champion Terrapins headed into the 1975 Ga 
Bowl as a seven-point underdog to the Florida Gators. H< 
ever, this did not deter the Terps, who were coming off th 
best season ( 8-2- 1 ) in 20 years. Mary land shut out die Gati 
1 3-0, in front of a large pro-Florida crowd in a steady dot 
pour. The Maryland defense held the SECs total offense lea< 
scoreless and intercepted two Florida passes which lei 
the first 10 Mankind points. This was the first Terp win < 
an SEC team since 1955- 






Maryland 

Georgia 



Box Score 



1st 2nd 3rd -111) F 

II) 6 — 10 

in - o — 17 



Box Score 



Box Score 



2-UG - Poulous 62-yard pass from Johnson (Lea\itt kick) , 5:27 
2-UM- White 68-yard pass from Carter (Mike-Mayer kick), 5:04 

2-UM - Mike-Mayer 30-yard field goal, 1:31 
2-TG - Leavitt 20-yard field goal. 0:06 
3-LG -Johnson 1-yard run (Leavitt kick), -i:2-i 
4-l'M - Mike-Mayer 25-yard field goal, 13:53 
4-UM - Mike-Mayer 28-yard field goal, 7:35 





UM 


UG 


First Downs 


15 


11 


Rushing Yards 


219 


170 


Passing 


242 


114 


Comp-Att-Int 


8-18-1 


5-16-1 


Return Yards 


78 


135 


Punts-Avg. 


0-31.8 


8-41.3 


Fumbles-Lost 


4-3 


_;._> 


Penalties-Yards 


5-03 


1-5 



RUSHING-Maryland, Carter 29-120. Georgia, King 16-57. 

PASSING-Maryland. Kinard 4-8-113- Georgia. Johnson 5- 

16-114. 

RECEIVING: Mankind. White 2-106. Georgia, Poulous 2-02. 

Att: SO. 2" I 





1st 


2nd 


3rd 


4th 


F 




1st 


2nd 


3rd 


4th 


F 


Man land 


i) 


3 





ii — 


3 


Mankind 


~ 


3 





3 — 


13 


Tennessee 








tl 


7 


7 


Florida 











— 






2-1 M - Mike-Mayer 28-yard field goal 

4-UT - Seivers 11-yard pass from Wallace (Towsend kick) 



1-UM - Hoover 19-yard pass from Dick (Sochko kick) 0:1 
2-UM - Sochko 20-yard field goal 6:49 
4-l'M - Sochko 27-yard field goal 11:41 





UM 


UT 








First Dow ns 


16 


15 




UM 


UF 


Rushing Yards 


108 


173 


First Downs 


IS 


14 


Passing 


158 


65 


Rushing Yards 


2119 


182 


Comp-Att-lnt 


15-22-2 


"-10-0 


Passing 


82 


28 


Return Yards 


76 


OS 


Comp-Att-lnt 


7-16-0 


3-19-3 


Punts-Avg. 


641.0 


7-39.0 


Return Yards 


20 


25 


Fumbles-Lost 


3-3 


4-2 


Punts-Avg. 


7-39.5 


7-38.5 


Penalties-Yards 


4-03 


8-69 


Fumbles-Lost 


0-0 


1-1 








Penalties-Yards 


5-47 


6-48 



RUSHING-Maryland, Carter 22-05. Tennessee. Gayle 17-106. 
PASSING-Maryland. Avellini 15-22-158. Tennessee, Hollowaj 
(v 15-34 

RECEIVING: Mankind, White 5-68. Tennessee, Seivers 4-38. 
Att 51,284 



RUSHING- Mankind, Atkins 20-12". Florida, DuBose 18-9 : 
PASSING-Maryland, Dick 5-13-67. Florida. Fisher 2-12-33 
RECEIVING: Man land. Hoover 2-24. Florida, Lecount 1-2 
Att: (14.1)12 




Maryland coach Jerry Claiborne i kli ) congn lates 
Georgia coach Knee Doolei alter the Bulldog win. 



Louis Carter 
rushed for 03 
yards in the 
lerps' 1974 
liberty Bowl 
appearance. 




Kim Moo\t i 
hauls in ill 
only I'D of 
the lerps' 
win in the 
Gator Bowl 



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1999 MARYLAND TERRAPINS FO 






Cotton 




Bowl 



Cotton Bowl 

Dallas 

Jan. 1, 1977 




Houston 30 
Maryland 2 1 



Itoyland entered the I') Cotton Bowl with a perfect 1 1-0 
winl. Inn the hopes for .1 perfect season were dashed 
|tikkl\ when Houston scored 21 first-quarter points en route 
11 .1 50-21 win riu' Cougars rushed for .1 total ol 320 yards 
n the game and 1 11 in the 2 1 -point first quarter. The Terps 
ilit the lend 10 2~-21 in the fourth quarter, but a S:-t2 drive 
n the Cougars late in the quarter resulted in a field goal, 
.lamming the door on am lerp comeback hopes. 



Hall of Fame 
Bowl 




MARYLAND 
MINNESOTA 



Legion Field 

Birmingham 

Dec. 22, 1977 



Maryland 1 7 
Minnesota 7 



Mitt allowing an early Minnesota touchdown run. the Terps 

siored the next I" points and shut out the Golden Gophers 

over the next three quarters to leave Birmingham with a 17- 
7 win. Offensively, the Terps looked to George Scotl who 
rushed for 75 yards and two seeond-quarler loin Jidowns in 
put Maryland in the lead for good. The Maryland defense 

held the Gophers to only 69 yards of total offense in the 
second half. 



Sun 




Bowl 



Sun Bowl 

El Paso 

Dec. 23. 1978 



Texas 42 
Maryland O 



i I i i - Maryland Terrapins, appearing in their sixth consecu 

lm bowl and looking for their second Straight bowl win 
ran into a sen determined Texas I.onghoni team The Long 
horns running game amassed 220 yards and five touch- 
downs, while the Texas defense held Mankind to 2 18 yards 
of total offense It was the first lime in 95 games the Terps 

had been held scoreless, ending the third-longest streak in 

the nation. 



Box Score 



Box Score 





1st 


2nd 


3rd 


m< 


/■ 


Man land 





™ 


~ 


7 — 


21 


Houston 


21 





n 


3 — 


JO 



1-1 II Thomas 1 1-yard run (Coplin kick) 6 2" 

11 11 Blackwell 33-yard run (Coplin kick) 5 1 5 

l-l II - Blackwell 1-yard run (Coplin kick) 0:51 

2 1 \l Manges 6-yard run (Loncar kick) 9 36 

2-1 II Bass 33-yard pass from Davis 1 kick failed) 55 

3-1 M Sie\ er- 1 1 -yard pass from Manges (Sochko kick) 1 1 1 

it M WiKon 1-vard ram (Sochko kicki 8:46 



-i-lll Coplin 28-> 


ud held goal 


1:18 




IM 


111 


lirsl Downs 


17 


211 


lushing Yards 


120 


$20 


passing 


179 


108 


Comp-Att-Int 


17-32-0 


5-8-0 


Return Yards 


13 


s 


Punts-Avg 


(.. H 


[-36.O 


Fumbles-Losl 


1-1 


is 


penal lies-Yards 


8 80 


5-22 



' Rl SHING-Man land. Scon II r Houston, Blackwell 22-149. 
' PASSING-Manland. Manges 17-32-179 Houston, Davis 5- 

8- ins 

RECEIVING: Mankind. Kinney 6-72 Houston. Foster 3-62 

Ml: ^s 300 




Eric Sie»ers 
caught his first 
college TD on 
this play in the 
— Cotton Bowl. 





1st 


2nd 


3rd 


ith 


t 


Mankind 


3 


u 


i) 


11 — 


1 


Minnesota 


~ 





11 


— 


7 



l-MN - Barber 1 yard run (Rogind kick) 9:02 
l-UM- Sochko 32-yard field goal 5:21 
2-1 M Scott 2-yard 11m (Sochko kick) 7:04 
2-1 M Scott l-yard run (Sochko kick) 4:53 





CM 


MM 


First Downs 


15 


17 


Rushing Yards 


120 


113 


Passing 


211 


155 


Comp-Att-Int 


12-23-1 


1 3-26-0 


Kelurn Yards 


3 


6 


Punts-Avg 


5 $6 8 


9-27.7 


Fumbles-Lost 


3-2 


3-2 


Penalties-Yards 


12-80 


6-54 



RUSHING-Maryland, Scott 24-75. Minnesota. Kii/mann 24- 

76 

PASSING-Maryland. Dick 12-20-21 1 Minnesota, Aver) 12 

23-130. 

RECEIVING: Maryland, White S- 1 2(> Minnesota. Anhorn 5- 

49. 

Att:-T. 1 




George Scott 
ran for r» o 
TDs and "5 
yards in the 

Terps Hall 

of Fame Bow I 



Box Score 




1st 2nd 3rd 


4th f 


Maryland 


11 


— 


Texas 


21 ■ 14 


— 42 


1 -IT -L.Jones 


7-yard run (Erxlebe 


nkick) 10:27 


l-UT -J.Jones 


-vard run (Erxlebe 


1 kick) 7:15 


1-lT - L. loins 


! l )-\ard pass from McBaeth ( Erxleben kick) 


4:37 






2-LT - McBaeth 


2-yard run (Erxleben kick) 12 ii 


5 IT I Jones 


1-yard run (Erxleben kick) 2 i2 


3 -IT -II Joins 


32-yard run 1 Erxleben kick) 1:08 




DM 


IT 


First Downs 


20 


18 


Rushing Yards 


3-t 


220 


Passing 


214 


45 


Comp-Att-Int 


17-43-4 


2-7-0 


Return Yards 





20 


Punls- \\ g 


8-37 


_ -4l 


Fumbles- Lost 


2-1 


3-1 


Penalties-Yards 


5-35 


7-42 


RISHING Manland. Atkins 10-15 


Texas. H Jones 1-t-llH 


PASSING- Man land. Hare 12-27 


146. Texas. McBaeth 2- 


5-45. 






RECEIVING: Mankind. Richards 4-52 Texas, L.Jones 2-45. 


Att 33.122 








Charles 
Johnson's 

mood tells 
the story alter 
the Terps lost 
in the 78 
Sun Bowl. 




£££ tfT\ 



ajBrj.ruMii 



Tangerine 
Bowl 




Tangerine Bowl 

Orlando 

Dec. 20, 1 980 




ALOHA 

Bowl 




Florida 35 
Maryland 20 



Man land'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 2 7 1 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 28-20 lead. 
Maryland's Dale Castro tied a Tangerine Bowl record and 
established a new Terrapin bowl record when he booted liis 
fourth field goal in the third quarter. 



Box Score 




Aloha Stadium 

Honolulu 

Dec. 25, 1982 



Washington 21 
Maryland 20 



Maryland and Washington made sure the fans who went to 
the inaugural Aloha Bowl got their money's worth. The Hus- 
kies' 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. The Terps had fallen 
behind l-t-6 in the first half and Boomer Esiason completed 
10 passes for 120 yards and a touchdown in the third quar- 
ter, sparking Maryland to a 20-14 lead early in the fourth. 



Box Score 





1st 


2nd 


3rd 


4th 


f 




1st 


2nd 3rd 


4th 


F 


Maryland 


3 


6 


11 


— 


20 


Maryland 





6 6 


8 — 


20 


Florida 





14 


14 


7 — 


35 


Washington 


7 


7 


7 — 


21 



1-UM - Castro 34-yard field goal 4:50 

2-LT - Collinsworth 24-yard pass from Peace (Clark kick) 141)4 

2-UM - Castro 2 -yard field goal 4:37 

2-UM - Castro 26-yard field goal 4:28 

2-UF -Jones 2-yard run (Clark kick) 1:46 

3-UM - Wysocki 2-yard ran (Tice run) 14:48 

vl \1 - Castro 42-yard field goal 10:00 

3-UF - Peace 1-yard ran (Clark kick) 443 

3-UF - Collinsworth 2 1 -yard pass from Peace ( Clark kick) 3:29 

4-UF - Brown 2-yard ran (Clark kick) 9:31 



1-UW - .Allen 27-yard pass from Cowan (Nelson kick) 10:14 
2-UM -D'Addio 19-yard pass from Esiason (kick failed) 14:52 
2-UW - Allen "1-yard pass from Cowan (Nelson kick) 5:21 
3-UM - Tice 36-yard pass from Esiason (conversion failed) 

12:18 
4-UM - Nash 2-yard run (Tice pass from Esixson) 10:44 
4-UW - Allen 11 -yard pass from Cowan (Nelson kick) 0:06 





UM 


IF 


First Downs 


19 


16 


Rushing Yards 


181 


108 


Passing 


155 


271 


Comp-Att-lnt 


12-26-3 


20-34-1 


Return Yards 


14 


54 


Punts-Avg. 


4-39.0 


6-34.0 


Fumbles-Lost 


4-2 


1-0 


Penalties-Yards 


6-44 


11-1IIS 





IIM 


uw 


First Downs 


17 


20 


Rushing Yards 


68 


63 


Passing 


251 


369 


Comp-Att-lnt 


19-32-1 


35-55-0 


Return Yards 


45 


43 


Punts-Avg. 


7-38.0 


5-45.0 


Fumbles-Lost 


2-1 


4-4 


Penalties-Yards 


8-55 


7-50 



RUSHING-Maryland. Wysocki 39-159. Florida, Brown 16-71. 
PASSING-Maryland, Tice 1 1-23-1 29. Florida, Peace 20-24 2" I 
RECEIVING: Maryland, Havener 4-83 Fla., Collinsworth 8- 166. 
Att: 52.541 



RUSHING-Maryland, Nash 11-41. Washington. Robinson 

16-50. 

PASSING-Maryland, Esiason 19-32-251. Washington, Cowan 

33-55-369. 

RECEIVING: Mary land. Tice 6-85- Washington, Skansi 10-81. 

Att: 30,055 




Charlie Wysocki 
ran lor 1 S9 
yards in the '80 
Tangerine Bowl. 




Dave D'Addio 
rushes past 
Washington in 

the Mohu Howl 



Citrus 
Bowl 




Florida Citrus 

Bowl 

Orlandc 

Dec. 17, 1983 



Tennessee 30 
Maryland 23 



Tennessee 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 quar- 
terback 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 earK 
in the fourth quarter, set the Volunteers on Maryland's 14- 
yard line which led to a Tennessee touchdown run that wa 
the difference in the game. 



Box Score 



1st 2nd 3rd -Jib F 

Maryland 3 6 11 3 — 2} 

Tennessee 3 6 14 — 30 

1-UM - Atkinson 18-yard field goal 4:01 
l-UT - Taylor 12 pass from Cockrell (Reveiz kick) 1:04 
2-UM - Atkinson 48-yard field goal 13:4.5 
2-UM - Atkinson 31-yard field goal 12:01 
2-UT - Reveiz 25-yard field goal 434 
3-UM - Atkinson 22-yard field goal 10:4" 
3-UT - Henderson 19-yard run (Cockrell pass failed) S:29 
3-UM - Badanjek 3-yard ran (Badanjek run) 4:14 
4-LT -Jones 1-yard run (Reveiz kick) 14:01 
4-LT -Jones 2-yard run (Reveiz kick) 1 1:58 
4-LTM - Atkinson 26-yard field goal 4:34 
UM UT 

First Downs P 25 

Rushing Yards 95 201 

Passing 253 185 

Comp-Att-lnt 18-28-1 16-23-1 

Return Yards 10 26 

PunLs-Avg. 0-0.0 1-47.0 

Fumbles-Lost 3-1 1-1 

Penalties-Yards 6-32 1-5 

RUSHING-Mary land, Joy Tier 17-58. Tennessee, Jones 29- 1 54. 
PASSING-Maryland, Reich 14-22-192. Tennessee, Cockrell 
16-23-185. 

RECEIVING: Maryland, David 4-66 Tennessee, Duncan 5-59 
Alt: 50,183 




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1999 MARYLAND TERRAPINS FOOTBALL 











Sun 

Bowl 



Sun Bowl 

El Paso 

Dec. 22, 1984 



Maryland 28 
Tennessee 27 



rlu Maryland Terrapins were trul) the comeback team of 
l os i Maryland trailed lennessee 21-0 at halftime and 
terupted for a Terrapin bowl record 11 points in the third 
quarter Frank Reich's third quarter touchdown pass to 
fferrell Edmunds put the Terps up 22-21. but the ensuing 
lldckofj was returned for a touchdown by the Volunteers to 
;ni' them a I'-ll lead. Then \\ ith s 03 It'll to play, the Terps 
offense pounded out a 5 05 drive that was capped byaone- 
.anl scoring run In Rick Badanjek lor the game-winning 
touchdown. 



Man land 
I Tennessee 



Box Score 



1st 2nd 3rd ilh F 

II 11 6 — 28 

III 11 (i II — 2" 



1-lT - Jones 2-yard run (Ke\n/ kick) 6:34 
in Reveiz 24-yard field goal 2:29 
2-1 T - Reveiz 52-yard field goal 5:13 
2-1 T McGee 6-yard pass from Robinson 
(McGee pass from Robinson) $7 
5-1 \t - Meal 57-yard ran (pass failed) 10 35 
5-1 \1 ukinson 23-yard field goal 6: 32 
3-1 \l Badanjek 1-yard run (run laded) 3:47 
vl \1 - Edmunds all-yard passfrooi Keieh ( \tkinson kick) 3:47 
5-1 I - I'enuska 100-yard IdckoS return (pass failed) 0:10 
4-1 \l - Badanjek I -yard run (pass failed) 2:28 



IM 



First Downs 
Rushing Yards 
Passing 
Comp-Att-Int 
Re! urn Yards 
Punts-Avg 
Fumbles-Losl 
Penalties-Yards 



UT 

13 

148 

132 

15-24-0 

104 

5-42.4 



220 

201 

17-28-1 

80 

1-39.0 

2-2 

8-63 

i RISHING Mankind. \eal 12-1(1". Tennessee. Jones 14-80 
P\SSI\G-Manland. Reich 17-28-201. Tenn., Robinson 15- 
14-132 

I RECEIVING: Maryland, Hill t-00 Tennessee. Meliee 6-66 
Art: 50,126 



649 




After rally ing 
from a 21-0 
halftime deficit, 
the Terps 
carried coach 
Bobb\ Ross off 
the field alter 
winning the '84 
Sun Bowl. 



Cherry 
Bowl 




Independence 
Bowl 



PONTIAC 

SlLVERDOME 

Pontiac, Mich. 
Dec. 21 , 1985 




Independence 

Stadium 

Shreveport, La. 

Dec. 15, 1 990 




Maryland 35 
Syracuse 1 8 



Quarterback Stan Gelbaugh completed 1 1 passes for 21$ 
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 (Iclhangh'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 puss also was the stall of a 22-point second quar- 
ter that lied a Maryland bowl record for points scored in a 
quarter. 



Box Score 




Maryland 34 
La. Tech 34 



Tech's (Mins Boniol hu a 29-yard field goal with no nine re 
maining in the 1990 Independence Bowl, allowing the Bull 
dogs in escape Shreveport with a 5 i 54 tie. The Terrapins 
fell behind 51-21) early in the fourth quarter bul rallied to 
lake the lead when Scott Zolak threw a I 5-\ard touchdown 
pass to Brail Johnson with 52 remaining. However, on the 
ensuing kickoll. lech s I.oren/o Baker returned the kick 1 1 
yards to start ihe Bulldog drive on the Mankind 39-yard 
line. Five plays and 2S yards later, Boniol kicked his second 
field goal of the game to even the score. 



Box Score 





1st 


2nd 


3rd 


-lib 


F 




1st 


2nd 


3rd 


41b 


F 


Syracuse 


3 


j 


8 


I) — 


18 


Man/land 


14 


ii 





14 — 


34 


Man land 


6 


22 


7 


— 


35 


Louisiana Tech 


ii 


ii 


ll 


6 — 


3-4 



1-SU - McAulay 26-yard field goal 10:27 

1-l'M - Gelbaugh 4-yard ran (kick failed) 6:36 

2-Sl - Drummond Ill-yard run (McAulay kick) 1 2 : S 3 

2-1 M - Knighl 5-yard pass from Gelbaugh ( Badanjek ran ) 8:50 

2-L'M - Tye 8-yard fumble return (Plocki kick) 3:41 

2-1 M - Blount 20-yard run (Plocki kick) 1:43 

VI M - vhdur-Ra'oof 6-yard pass from Gelbaugh (Plocki 

kick) 11:27 
3 SI Mcl'hcrson 1 7-yard run (Schweclesfroni Mcl'hcrson > 2:s I 



First Downs 
Rushing Yards 
Pxssing 
Comp-Att-Int 
Return Yards 
Punts-Avg. 
Fumbles- Lost 
Penalties-Yards 



IIM 

22 
244 

225 
14-20-1 

99 
3-38.7 

0-0 

5-54 



SIJ 

28 

241 

204 
is 50 5 

135 
1-52.0 

3-2 

3-26 



IIM Jackson I yard run (DeArmas kick) 1 1:59 

I -I'M -Jackson 2-yard run (DeArmas kick) 5:06 

2-LT - Richardson 5-yard run (Boniol kick! s JO 

2-l.T - Davis s-yard run (Boniol kick) 0:1" 

5-LT- Richardson 1-yard run (Boniol kick) 10:35 

3-1 M - Jackson 1 1 yard nin ( kick failed I 7:44 

5-LT - Slaughter "-yard pass from Johnson I Boniol kick) 5:52 

4-LT - Boniol .56-yard field goal 1.5:52 

+LM-: Mason 28-yard pass from Zolak (DeArmas kick I II 20 

i I \1 -Johnson Is -yard pass from Zolak (DeArmas kick) 0:52 

4-LT - Boniol 28-yard field goal I) 00 



Rl SHING Maryland Blount 2+155. Syracuse. McPlierson 21-111 
PASSING-Maryland. Gelbaugh li-20-22.5. Syracuse, 
McPherson 18-30-204 

RECEIVING: Maryland. Ahdur-Ra oof 5-86 Syracuse, Slano 4-tt) 
An: 5 1 ,858 



HM 


IT 


First Downs 10 


25 


Rushing Yards 101 


ISO 


Passing lis 


2S4 


Comp-Att-Int 11-18-1 


18-28-5 


Return Yards 11 


5 


Punts-Avg. 4-37.2 


1-34.0 


Fumbles-Lost II 


5-1 


Penalties-Y'ards 9-88 


6-55 


Rl'SHLNG-Mardand. lackson 17- 


Si I. La Tech. Richardson 2"-81 


PASSING-Manland Zolak "-10-150 Lx Tech. |ohnson 7-8-70. 


RECEIVING: Maryland. Johnson 5-107. la Tech. Slaughter 5-60. 


Art 48,325 






Leu Lynch (6.5) 
hoists the 1>)8S 
Cherry Bowl 
tropin. 




Clarence Jones 
("4( lifts Troy 
Jackson in the 
air after the 
Terps' third- 
quarter score 
in the 90 
Independence 
Bon I. 



1999 MARYLAND TERRAPINS FOOTBALL 



147 



ALL-TIME BOWL RECORDS 



Individual Records 

Rushing Yards 

105 \ards (23 carries), Lu Gambino vs. Georgia, 1948 Gator 
15i yards (28), Ed Modzclewski vs. Tennessee, 1952 Sugar 
159 yards (39), Charlie Wysocki vs. Florida, 1980 Tangerine 
1 52 yards (24). Alvin Blounl vs. Syracuse, 19S5 Cherry 
127 yards (20), Steve Atkins vs. Florida, 1975 Gator 
1 2G yards (29), Louis Carter vs. Georgia, 1973 Peach 
108 yards (8), Ed Vereb vs. Oklahoma, 1956 Orange 
107 yards (12). Tommy Neal vs. Tennessee, 1984 Sun 

Rushing Attempts 

39, Charlie Wysocki vs. Florida, 1980 Tangerine 

Rushing Touchdowns 

3, ftoy Jackson vs. Louisiana Tech, 1990 Independence 

Longest Touchdown Run 

57 yards, Tommy Neal vs. Tennessee, 1984 Sun 

Passing Yards 

251 yards (19 of 32. 2TD, 1 Int.), Boomer Esiason vs. Wash- 
ington, 1982 Aloha 

223 yards (14of 20, 2 TD, 1 Int.), Stan Gelbaugh vs. Syracuse, 
1985 Cherrj 

215 yards (17 of 28, 1 TD. 3 Int.), Scott Zolak vs Louisiana 
Tech, 1990 Independence 

211 yards (12 of 20, 0TD, 1 Int.), Larry Dick vs. Minnesota, 
1977 Hall of Fame 

201 yards (17 of 28, 1 TD, 1 Int.), Frank Reich vs. Tennessee, 
1984 Sun 

Pass Completions 

19. Boomer Esiason vs. Washington, 1982 Aloha 

Pass Attempts 

32. Boomer Esiason vs. Washington, 1982 Aloha 

Passing Touchdowns 

2. Boomer Esiason \s Washington, 19S2 Aloha 




Lu Gambino holds the Man land record forms ling yards 

in a game nitli l(>5. gained in the IS (.alur Row I. 



2. Stan Gelbaugh \s Syracuse. 10X5 Cherrj 

2, Scott Zolak vs. Louisiana Tech. 1990 Independence 

Longest Pass Touchdown 

68, Louis Carter to Waller White vs. Georgia, 1973 Peach 

Total Offense 

252 yards ( 1 run, 251 pass). Boomer Esiason vs. Washington, 
1983 Aloha 

Receptions 

8 (126 yards), Charlie White vs. Minnesota, 19"" Hall of Fame 

Receiving Yards 

126 yards (8 rec, TD), Charlie White vs. Minnesota, 1977 

Hall of Fame 
107 yards (5 rec, 1 TD), Barn Johnson vs. Louisiana Tech, 

1990 Independence 
106yards(2rec, 1TD), Walter White vs. Georgia, 1973Peach 

Touchdown Receptions 

1, Lu Gambino from John Baroni, 1948 Gator 

1, Bob Shemonski irom Ed Fullerton, 1952 Gator 

1, Walter White from Louis Carter, 1973 Peach 

1, Kim Hoover from Larry Dick, 1975 Gator 

1, Eric Sievers from Mark Manges, 1977 Cotton 

1, Dave D'Addio from Boomer Esiason, 1982 Aloha 

1. John Bee from Boomer Esiason, 1982 Aloha 

1, Ferrell Edmunds from Frank Reich, 1984 Sun 

1, Chris Knight from Stan Gelbaugh. 1985 Cherry 

1, Azizuddin Abdur-Ra'oof from Stan Gelbaugh, 1985 Cherry 

1, Mark Mason from Scott Zolak, 1990 Independence 

1, Barry Johnson from Scott Zolak, 1990 Independence 

All-Purpose Yardage 

180 yards ( 165 rush. 24 reel, Lu Gambino vs. Georgia, 1948 

Gator 
184 yards (93 rush. 47 rec, 44 ret., Mark Mason vs. Louisiana 

Tech. 1990 Independence 

Touchdowns Responsible For 

3, Lu Gambino ( 35 run, 1 run, 24 rec. ) vs. Missouri, 1948 Gator 
3, Ed Fullerton (2 run, " pass, 46 int.) vs. Tennessee, 1952 

Sugar 
3, Troy Jackson ( 2 run, 2 run, 1 1 run ) vs. Louisiana Tech. 1990 
Independence 

Field Goals 

5(18.48,31,22 26 yds), Jess Atkinson \s. Tennessee, 1983 Citrus 
4(35, 2". 2". 43 yds. ). Dale Castro vs, Florida, 1980 Tangerine 

Longest Field Goal 

4.S yards, Jess Atkinson vs Tennessee. 198,3 Citrus 

Punting Average 

53 ( 3 for 150 yards), Lynn Beightol vs, Oklahoma, 1050 Orange 
52.4 (5 for 2(i2 yards), Mike Sochko vs. Houston. 10 Cotton 

Longest Punt 

77 yards, Mike Sochko is Houston, 1977 Cotton 

Longest Kickoff Return 
80 yards, Tommj Neal vs, Tennessee. 1983 Citrus 

Fumble Return for a TD 

8 yard return, Scott Tye vs. Syracuse, 1985 Cherrj 

Interception Return for a TD 
16 yard return, Ed Fullerton vs lennessee, 1952 Sugar 



ECORDS 



First Downs 

25, 1990 Independence (12 rush, 9 pass, 4 pen.) vs. 
Louisiana Tech 

First Downs Rushing 

14, 1952 Sugar vs. Tennessee 

First Downs Passing 

12, 1983 Citrus vs. Tennessee 

Fewest First Downs 

9, 1956 Orange vs. Oklahoma 

Rushing Yards 

289 yards, 1952 Sugar vs. Tennessee 

Rushing Attempts 

54, 1980 Tangerine (177 yards) vs. Florida 
54, 1984 Sun (229 yards) vs. Tennessee 

Rushing Touchdowns 

3, 1950 Gator vs. Missouri 
3, 1984 Sun vs. Tennessee 

3, 1990 Independence vs. Louisiana Tech 

Fewest Rushing Yards 

68, 1982 Aloha vs. Washington 

Passing Yards 

254 yards, 1990 Independence vs. Louisiana Tech 

Pass Completions 

19, 1982 Aloha vs. Washington 

Pass Attempts 

4.3, 1978 Sun vs. Texas ( 17 completions) 

Passing Touchdowns 

2, 1982 Aloha vs. Washington 
2, 1985 Cherry vs. Syracuse 

2, 1990 Independence vs. Louisiana Tech 

Fewest Passing Yards 

16, 1950 Gator vs. Missouri 

Total Yards 

46", 1985 Cherrj vs. Syracuse (244 rush, 11^ pass) 

Fewest Total Yards 
212, 19S4 Orange vs. Oklahoma 

Pass Interceptions By 

4. 1952 Sugar \s. Tennessee 

Fumbles Lost 

3, 1973 Peach VS. Georgia 

3, I9~4 Libert) vs. Tennessee 

Penalty Yards 

120 on 12 penalties, 1952 Sugar VS lennessee 



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Tidbits 

• Running back Rick 
Badanjek (left) is 
Maryland's all-time 
leader in touchdowns 
and rushing touch- 
downs and is the second 
all-time leading scorer. 

• Cliff Crosby set a 
class record last sea- 
son with 133 intercep- 
tion return yards, the 
most ever by a senior. 




• Scott Milanovich 
holds the NCAA record 
for career pass 
completion 
percentage (.662). 

Note: The Maryland Football Record Book 
has undergone significant reconstruction 

and expansion within the past year. Correc- 
tions or additions are welcome. Please con- 
tact the Mankind athletic media relations 
office with documentation of any correc- 
tions or additions. All records are for regu- 
lar season games only. 




Rushing Records 

Passing Records 

Total Offense Records 

Receiving Records 

" oring Records 

int Return Records 

Kickoff Return Records 

All-Purpose Records 

Punting Records 

Defense Records 

Team Records , 

Attendance Records , 

Year-By-Year Statistics 

The Last Tune , 



RUSHING 



Rushing Attempts 

Career-769, Charlie Wysocki, 1978-81 
Season-334, Charlie Wysocki, 1980 

Sr.-283, Steve Atkins, 1978 

Jr.-334, Charlie Wysocki, 1980 

So.-247. Charlie Wysocki, 1979 

Fr.-l 59. LaMont Jordan, 1997 
Game-50. Charlie Wysocki vs. Duke. 1980 

Rushing Yards 

Career-3.317, Charlie Wysocki, 1978-81 
Season- 1.359, Charlie Wysocki, 1980 

Sr.-l,261, Steve Atkins, 1978 

Jr.-1,359, Charlie Wysocki, 1980 

So.-l,l40, Charlie Wysocki, 1979 

Fr.-689, LaMont Jordan, 1997 
Game-2-tO. Willie Joyner vs. No. Carolina, 1982 

By Quarterback- 139. Dennis O'Haravs. Wake 

Forest, 1969 



Rushing Attempts — Career 

Charlie Wysocki, 1978-81 

Steve Atkins, 1975-78 

Louis Carter, 1972-74 

Rick Badanjek, 1982-85 

Billy Lovett. 1966-68 

Willie Joyner, 1980-83 

ArtSeymore, 1970-72 

Alvin Blount. 1983-86 

Bren Lowery. 1986-89 

10. Mark Mason, 1990-93 

11. BuddyRodgers, 1994-97 

12. Ed Modzelewski, 19-19-51 

13- Alvin Maddox, 1975-78 

14. LaMont Jordan, 199~-present 



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19 



Troy Jackson, 1088-91 

Alvin Thomas, 1968- 7 

Richard Jennings, 1972-75 . 

Jim Joyce, 1957-59 

Brian Underwood, 1994-97 



20. George Scott, 1976-77 



769 

625 
561 
521 
452 

437 
437 
426 
402 
379 
365 
340 
339 
328 
321 
31)4 
275 
275 
273 
270 



Rushing Attempts - Season 

Charlie Wysocki (Jr.), 1980 334 

Steve Atkins (Sr.). 1978 283 

Charlie Wysocki (So.). 1979 247 

Louis Carter (Sr). 1974 224 

\n Seymore (So.), 1970 221 

Louis Carter (Jr.), 1973 218 

Billy Lovett (Sr.), l%s 217 

Willie Joyner (Sr.), 1983 198 



George Scott (So.) 
Tom Mickey (So.), 
Willie Joyner (Jr.), 
Tro\ Jackson (Jr.), 



1977 
I9(H„ 
1982 
1990 



188 
182 
177 
176 
173 
171 



Rick Badanjek (Jr.), 1984 

Alvin Blount Or.), 1985 

LaMont Jordan (So ), 1998 169 

Bren lowery (So.), 1987 168 

LaMoni [ordan (in. 1997 ... 159 

Charlie Wysocki (Sr I, i l >si 159 

Mark Mason (Sr). 1993 158 

Rick Badanjek (Sr.), 1085 Hs 



Rushing Records 



Rushing Yards Per Carry 
Career (min. 300 att.)-5.5". Ed Modzelewski, 1949-51 
Career (min. 175 att.)-8.13, Chet Hanulak, 1951-53 
Season (min. 100 att.)-7.38, Ed Modzelewski, 1951 
Season (min. 75 att.)-9.78, Chet Hanulak, 1953 

Sr.-9.78, Chet Hanulak, 1953 

Jr.-6.29, Chet Hanulak, 1952 

So.-5.93, Alvin Blount, 1984 

Fr.-5.64, Steve Atkins, 1975 
Game (min. 10 att.)-15 0, Willie Joyner vs. No. 

Carolina, 1982 

Rushing Touchdowns 
Career-+4, Rick Badanjek, 1982-85 
Season-15, Rick Badanjek. 1984; Bob Shemonski, 1950 

Sr.-14, Ed Vereb, 1955 

Jr.-15, Rick Badanjek, 1984; Bob Shemonski, 1950 

So.-8. Rick Badanjek. 1983; Charlie Wysocki, 1979 

Fr.-9, Rick Badanjek, 1982 
Game-5, Bob Shemonski vs. Va. Tech, 1950 





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Charlie Wysocki is Man land's all-time leader in 
rushing attempts and rushing yards. He holds or 
shares I" rushing records. 



100-Yard Rushing Games 
Career-17, Charlie Wysocki, 1978-81 
Season-8, Charlie Wysocki, 1980; Steve Atkins, 19" 

Sr.-8, Steve Atkins, 1978 

Jr.-8, Charlie Wysocki, 1980 

So.-5, LaMont Jordan, 1998; Charlie Wysocki, 1979 ! 

Fr.-2, LaMont Jordan, 1997; Wayne Wingfield. UP 
Consecutive-7, Steve Atkins, 1978 

200-Yard Rushing Games 
Career-3. Charlie Wysocki, 1978-81 
Season-2, Charlie Wysocki, 1979 
Consecutive-2, Charhe Wysocki, 1979 

Longest TD Run 

98, Steve Atkins vs. Clemson, 1978 

Longest Non-Scoring Run 
76, Harry Bonk vs. No. Carolina. 1948 



Rushing Attempts - Game 

Charlie Wysocki vs. Duke, 1980 50 

George Scott vs. Villanova, 1977 42 

Charlie Wysocki vs. Syracuse, 1981 391 

Billy Lovett vs. So. Carolina, 1968 3'> : 

Charlie Wysocki vs. W. Virginia. 1980 K 

George Scott vs. Richmond, 1977 35 

Charlie Wysocki vs. Virginia, 1981 33 

Len Chiaverini vs. So. Carolina, 1962 33 

John Nash vs. Wake Forest, 1981 32 

Charlie Wysocki vs. Clemson, 19"9 32 



Rushing Yards - Career 

Charhe Wysocki, 1978-81 

Steve Atkins. 19 7 5-"8 

Rick Badanjek, 1982-85 

Louis Carter. 19"2-74 

Alvin Blount, 1983-86 

Willie Joyner, 1980-83 

Billy Lovett, 1966-68 

Ed Modzelewski, 1949-51 

Mark Mason, 1990-93 

VrtSeymore, l l >"()-"2 

Bren Lowery, 1986-89 

LaMont Jordan, 1997-present 



"I 



13. Alvin Maddox, 1975-78... 

14. Chet Hiiniilak. 1951-53 

15. BuddyRodgers, 1994-97 

16. Tommy Neal. 1983-86 

1". Ralph Felton, 1951-53 .... 

18. Richard Jennings. 19"2-" i 

19. GeorgeScott, 1976-77 

20. Alvin Thomas. 1968-70 



Rushing Yards - Season 

Charlie Wysocki (Jr.). 1980 

Steve Vikmstsn. 1978 

Charlie Wysocki (So.), 1979 

Willie Joyner (Jr.), 1982 

Louis Carter (Sr.), 1974 

Bill) Lovett (Sr), 1968 

W Seymore (So >. 1970 

Willie loyner (Sr). 1983 



3,31" 
2,97 

2.41" 

2,2(Ki 
2.15S 
2.14(1 
1,91.1 
1,89.1 
1 ,80" 
I.(i5(i 

1,611 
1,591 
1,571 
1,544 

1.48.SI 

1.3" 

1,351 

1.308 

1,263 
1,20.1 



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1,261 

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RUSHING 



LaMonl [ordan (So i. 1998 906 

LuGambino (Sr.), 1947 904 

George Scott (So.), 1977 894 

TomHickej (So ), 1964 894 

id Modzelewski (Sr.), 1951 834 

RlckBadanjek Or.), 1984 832 

vImm bi.hiik (Jr.), 1985 828 

Louis Carter Or.), 1973 801 

AMn Blount (So I, 1984 759 

Chet Hanulak (Sr.), 1953 753 

Budd) Rodgers (So.), 1995 718 

CharUe Wysocki (Sr.), l ( )si 715 

Rushing Yards — Game 

Willie Joyner vs. No Carolina, 1982 240 

George Scott vs. VTllanova, 1977 237 

CharUeWysockivs. Louisville, 1979 222 

Rick Badanjek vs. Virginia, 1984 ir 

CharUeWysockivs Duke, 1980 216 

Steve ttkinsvs Syracuse, 1976 2 1 s 

Uvin Blount vs. Clemson, 1984 2lt 

Louis Hurler vs. Virginia. 19~4 213 

CharUeWysockivs Virginia. 1979 202 

Steve ttkins vs. Clemson, its \<-r 

UvinBlountvs Virginia, l ( )SS 186 

Ralph Felton vs. NC State, 1951 186 

LouisCartervs NCState, I9~4 ISO 

CharUeWysockivs. Clemson, 1979 178 

CharUe Wysocki vs. VUlanova, 1980 177 

Budd) Rodgersvs. Duke. 1996 176 

George Scott vs Virginia, 19 173 

CharUe Wysocki vs. Syracuse, 1981 172 

BillyLovettvs No, Carolina. 1968 172 

George Scott vs. Richmond. 1977 I" I 





Chet The Jet" Hanulak holds die Mankind career 
and single-season marks lor \ards per earn. 

Rushing Yards Per Carry - Career 
Minimum 175 Rushing Attempts 

1. Chet Hanulak. 1951-53 8.13 

2. Ed Modzelewski, 1949-51 5 5" 

3. Tommy Neal, 1983-86 5.33 

4. Ralph Felton. 1951-53 5.15 

5. Alvin Blount. 1983-86 5.07 

6. Bob Shemonski. 1949-51 5.02 

7. Willie Joyner, 1980-83 4.90 

8. LaMont Jordan. l99"-present 4.86 

9. .Mien Williams. 1993-94 4.81 

10. Mark Mason. 1990-93 4.77 

11. Richard Jennings. 19~2-~5 4.76 

12 Steve Atkins. 1975-78 4 .75 

13. Tom Miller. 1969-71 4.74 

14. George Scon. 19"6-" ids 

15 Tim Wilson. 1972-76 4.67 

10 Rick Badanjek. 1982-85 4.64 

I". AlvinMaddox, 1975-78 4 63 

John Nash, 1979-82 4.63 

19. Jamie Franklin. 1972-75 4.4" 

20. Ricky Johnson, 1988-89 4.45 

Rushing Yards Per Carry - Season 
Mini mum "5 Rushing Attempts 



: Joyner rushed for a Maryland record 2+0 yards 
lainst North Carolina in 1982. 



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5. 
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Chet Hanulak (Sr.), 1953 9 78 

Fd Modzelewski (Sr). 1951 7 58 

Lu Gambino (Sr.), 1947 7 23 

Chet Hanulak Or.), 1952 6 2') 

.Mvin Blount (So.), 1984 5.93 

Richard Jennings (Jr.), 1974 5.88 

Willie Joyner (Jr .). 1982 5 s" 

Ralph Felton (So.), 1951 ^s< 

Steve \tkms(So ). 1976 5. "5 

Ed Vereb (Sr). 1955 5 68 

Steve Atkins (Fr). 1975 5.64 

Ralph Felton (Sr). 1953 5.56 

Bob Shemonski (Jr.). 1950 5.54 

Tommy Neal (So I, 1984 5 ^2 

Mark Mason (So ). 1991 5 51 

Mark Mason (Jr). 1992 5 <^ 

LaMont Jordan (So). 1998 5 56 

Richard Jennings (Sr. ). 1975 5 -~ 

John Nash (Sr). 1982 5 23 

Hubert Werner ( Sr i. 1948 5.21 



Rushing Yards Per Carry - Game 

iinimum 10 Rushing ittempts 

WilUe loynervs No. Carolina, 1982 15.0 

Ralph Feltonvs NCState, 1951 14.3 

Rick Badanjek vs Virginia 1984 ...... 12.7 

TedKershnervs NCState, 1956 9.9 

Bob Shemonski vs Georgetown, 1950 9-6 

Ed Modzelewskivs w Virginia, 1951 9 i 

Ed Modzelewski vs Geo Washington, 1951 9.2 
Fd Vereb vs. So Carolina. 1955 8.5 

Ed Modzelewskivs Missouri, 1951 8.5 

10. Steve Atkins vs. Richmond, 1976 8 i 



Rushing Touchdowns - Career 
i RickBadanjek, 1982 -85 n 

2. Steve Atkins. 1975 78 51 

3. CharUe Wysocki, 1978-81 26 

4. Louis Carter, 1972-74 25 

5. Ed Modzelewski, 1949-51 21 

6. Buddy Rodgers. 1994-9" 19 

'. Tommy Neal, 1983-86 18 

Fd Vereb. 1953-55 18 

Bob Shemonski. 1949-51 18 

Ki Chet Hanulak. 1951-53 15 

1 1 \lvin Maddox, l9 _ 5-^8 I i 

12. Jack Scarbath. 1950-52 13 

13. Alvin Blount. 1983-86 12 

LuGambino. 1946-47 12 

15. George Scott. 1976-77 11 

Tim Wilson, 1972-76 1 1 

Dick Shiner. 1961-6.3 11 

Jim Joyce, 1957-59 11 

Ralph Felton, 1951-53 11 

Fd Fullerton. 1950-32 11 




Rick Badanjek holds or shares the lead in five of 
Man land's all-time rushing touchdown records, 
including most in a career and a season. 



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Rushing Touchdowns - Season 

Rick Badanjek (Jr.), 198-1 IS 

Boh Shemonski (Jr.), 1950 15 

Louis Carter (Jr.), 1973 14 

EdVereb (Sr.). 1955 14 

RickBadanjek (Sr.), 1985 12 

Charlie Wysocki (Jr.), 1980 11 

Ed Modzelewski (Sr), 1951 11 

LuGanibino(Sr), 19-1" 11 

Steve Atkins (Sr), 1978 10 

10. RickBadanjek (Fr.), 1982 9 

Steve Atkins (Jr.), 1977 9 

12. Tommy Neal (Sr.), 1986 8 

RickBadanjek (So.), 1983 8 

Charlie Wysocki (So.), 1979 8 

Jim Joyce (Sr), 1959 8 

16. 11 players 7 

(last time: Buddy Rodgers, 1995) 

Rushing Touchdowns - Game 

1. Bob Shemonski vs. Va. Tech, 1950 5 

2. Charlie Wysocki vs. Virginia, 1981 

3. Rick Badanjek vs. No. Carolina, 1984 

RickBadanjek vs. NC State, 1984 

John Nash vs. Wake Forest, 1982 

Steve Atkins vs. Duke, 1978 

George Scon vs. Villanova, 1977 

Steve Atkins vs. Duke, 1977 

Steve Atkins vs. Syracuse, 1977 

Louis Carter vs. Clemson, 1973 

Dennis O'Hara vs. Wake Forest, 1969 

Dennis Condie vs. Virginia, I960 

Jim Joyce vs. Virginia, 1959 

John Forbes vs. Miami, 1958 




Steve \tkin> holds die team record lor consecutive 
100-yard rushing games and is second on the all- 
lime list lor most lOll-varcl games overall. 



200-Yard Rushing Games - Career 

1. Charlie Wysocki, 1978-81 3 

2. 6 players 1 

(last time: Rick Badanjek, 21" vs. Virginia, 1984) 

200-Yard Rushing Games - Season 



Annual Leaders 



Charlie Wysocki (So.), 1979 
RickBadanjek Or.), 1984. ... 

Alvin Blount (So.), 1984 

Willie Joyner (Jr.). 1982 

Charlie Wysocki (Jr.), 1980.. 

George Scott (So.), 1977 

Steve Atkins (So), 1976 

Louis Carter (Sr.), 1974 



Consecutive 200-Yard Rushing Games 
I. Charlie Wysocki (So.), 1979 2 



1. 



100-Yard Rushing Games - Career 

Charlie Wysocki, 1978-81 17 

Steve Atkins, 1975-78 15 

LaMont Jordan. 1997-present 7 

Louis Carter, 1972-74 7 

Mark Mason, 1990-93 6 



Willie Joyner, 1980-83 

Buddy Rodgers, 1994-97 . 

John Nash, 1973-75 

Art Seymore, 1970-72 

Ed Modzelewski, 1949-51 
Billy Lovett, 1966-68 



100-Yard Rushing Games - Season 

1, Charlie Wysocki (Jr.), 1980 8 

Steve Atkins (Sr), 1978 8 

3. LaMont Jordan (So.), 1998 5 

Charlie Wysocki (So.), 1979 5 

5. Charlie Wysocki (Sr). 1981 4 

John Nash (Jr.), 1981 4 

Louis Carter (Sr), 1974 4 

Art Seymore (Jr.), 1970 4 

Billy Lovett (Sr.), 1968 4 

TomHickey(So.), 1964 4 

Ed Modzelewski (Sr.). 1951 4 

12. Buddy Rodgers (So.), 1995 3 

Allen Williams (Sr.), 1994 3 

Mark Mason (Jr.), 1992 3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 



Willie Joyner (Sr), 1983 .. 
Willie Joyner (Jr.), 1982... 
George Scott (Sr). 1977 .. 
Steve Atkins (So.), 1976... 
Alvin Maddox (Jr.), 1976. 
Chet llanulak (Sr), 1953. 



Consecutive 100-Yard Rushing Games 

1. Steve Atkins (Sr). 1978 7 

2. Charlie Wysocki (Jr.), 1980 4 

3. LaMont Jordan (So.), 1998 3 

Charlie Wysocki (So), 1979 3 

GeorgeScotl (So ). 1977 3 

Steve Atkins (So.). 1976 3 



Year Player Carries-Yards 

1947 Lu Gamhino 125-904 

1948 Hurbert Werner 101-554 

1949 Dick Modzelewski 120-589 

1950 Bob Shemonski 101-560 

1051 Ralph Felton 83-485 

1952 JackScarbath 103-23" 

1953 Ralph Felton 100-558 

1954 Ron Waller 66-592 

1955 Ed Vereb 1 13-642 

1956 Tom Selep 62-315 

1957 Ted Kershner 41-22" 

1958 Jim Joyce 97-406 

1959 Jim Joyce 137-567 

1960 Pat Drass 76-29" 

1961 Ernie Arizzi 79-375 

1962 Len Chiaverini 156-602 

1963 Jerry Fishman 116-480 

1964 BoHickey 182-894 

1905 Ernie Torain 93-370 

1966 Billy Lovett 98-45 1 

1967 Billy Lovett 137-49S 

1968 Billy Lovett 217-963 

1969 Tom Miller 169-629 

1970 Art Seymore 221-981J 

1971 Monte Hinkle ll"-4"2: 

1972 Louis Carter 119-474 

1973 Louis Carter 218-801 

1974 Louis Carter 224-901 

1975 Steve Atkins 87-491J 

1976 Alvin Maddox 141-678 

1977 George Scott 188-891 

1978 Steve Atkins 283-1.261 

1979 Charlie Wysocki 24"-l.l4il 

1980 Charlie Wysocki 334-1.359 

1981 Charlie Wysocki 159-"15 

1982 Willie Joyner 177-1,039 

1983 Willie Joyner 198-908 

1984 RickBadanjek l"3-832 

1985 Alvin Blount Pl-82^ 

1986 Alvin Blount 119-5P 

1987 BrenLowery 168-550 

1988 Ricky Johnson 136-635 

1989 BrenLowery 1(I(MS2 

1990 Tro\ Jackson l"6-662 

1991 Mark Mason 82-452 

1992 Mark Mason 96-52' 

1993 Mark Mason 158-610 

1994 Allen Williams L29-64<j 

1005 Buddj Rodgers 158-71S 

1996 Brian Underwood 97-44^ 

1997 LaMont Jordan 159-68<J 

1998 LaMont ordan 169-901: 




In I, .milium 



LaMont Jordan 



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1 OO-Yard Rushing Games 



Name (Opponent, Date) 

Willie Joyner (No. Carolina, 10/30/82) 
George Scoti (Villanova, I 1/5/77) 
Charlie Wysocki (Louisville, 11/17/79) 
Rick Badanjek (Virginia, 11/23/84) 
Charlie Wysocki (Duke, 10/25/80) 
Steve Wans (Syracuse, 9/25/76) 
\l\in Blounl (Clemson, 11/17/84) 
Louis Carter (Virginia, 1 1/23/74) 
Charlie Wysocki (Virginia, 11/24/79) 
Steve ttkins (Clemson, 11/18/78) 
Ralph Felton (NC State, 11/17/51) 
Alvin Blount (Virginia, 11/29/85) 
Louis Carter (NC State, 10/26/74) 
Charlie Wysocki (Clemson, 9/15/79) 
Charlie Wysocki (Villanova, 9/6/80) 
Buddy Rodgers (Duke. 10/26/96) 
George Scotl (Virginia, 10/19/77) 
Bill) Lovetl (No Carolina, 10/12/68) 
Charlie Wysocki (Syracuse, 10/3/81) 
George Scotl (Richmond. 11/12/77) 
Al Thomas (Duke. 10/18/69) 
Willie Joyner (Virginia, 11/20/82) 
Steve Wkins (Richmond, 9/1 1/76) 
Mark Mason (West Virginia, 9/19/92) 
Mark Mason (NC State, 9/12/92) 
\llen Williams (West Virginia, 9/17/94) 
Steve \ikins (No. Carolina. 9/23/78) 
Frank Wycheck (Clemson. 1 1/14/92 ) 
Charlie Wysocki (Villanova, 9/8/79) 
Louis Carter (No. Carolina, 9/28/74) 
\rt Sevmore ( NC State. 10/24/70) 
Bill) Lovett (S. Carolina, 10/19/68) 
Steve Wans (Kentucky, 0/30/~8) 
Charlie Wysocki (Virginia, 11/21/81) 
John Nash (Wake Forest. 10/16/82) 
Troy Jackson (Wake Forest. 10/13/90) 
Ricky Jennings (Villanova, 11/9/74) 
Charlie Wysocki (West Virginia. 0/20/80) 
Charlie Wysocki (Virginia, 11/22/80) 
Charlie Wysocki (Vanderbilt, 9/13/80) 
Charlie Wysocki (Duke. 10/24/81) 
Steve Atkins (Wake Forest. 10/15/77) 
Billy Lovett (West Virginia, 10/15/66) 
Billy Lovett (Duke. 10/15/68) 
Wayne Wingfield (Wake Forest. 10/20/79) 
Rick Badanjek (NC State. 1 1/10/83) 
Dennis llara (Wake Forest. 10/V69) 
Charlie Wysocki (Miss St. 9/22/79) 
Id Modzelewski (Geo. Washington, 10/6/51) 
Uvin Maddox (NC State. 10/9/76) 
LaMont Jordan (Temple, 9/26/98) 
Ricky Jennings (Virginia. ll/22/~3) 
Wayne Wingfield (Duke, 10727/79) 
John Nash (Wake Forest. 10/17/81) 
LaMont Jordan (No. Carolina, 11/7/98) 
Monte Hinkle (Florida. 10/2.V1 1 
Charlie Wysocki (Penn State. 10/11/80) 
LaMont Jordan (Temple. 0/27/0* ) 
Steve Atkins (West Virginia. 9/18/76) 
Jack Scarbath (Georgetown. 1 l/l-t/50) 
Chet Hanulak (Alabama, 11/21 '53 1 




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George Scott had the second-greatest rushing day in 
Tcrp history with 237 yards vs. Villanova in 1977. 



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EdVereb (Syracuse. 11/22/55) 
Alvin Maddox (Clemson. 11/13/76) 
Steve Atkins (NC State, 10/7/78) 
Charlie Wysocki (NC State, 11/1/80) 
LaMont Jordan (Wake Forest, 10/P/98) 
Ed Modzelewski (West Virginia. 11/24/51) 
Ted Kershner (NC State, 1 1/22/36) 
Tom llickey (Virginia. 11/21/64) 
Alvin Maddox (Kent, 11/13/%) 
Tom Hickey (NC State, 10/3/64) 
Ed Modzelewski (Navy, 10/10/31) 
Art Sevmore (West Virginia. 1 l/28/"0) 
Louis Carter (Clemson. 11/17/73) 
Tom Hickej (Wake Forest, 11/24/64) 
Steve Atkins (Virginia. ll/22/~5) 
LaMont Jordan (NC State. 1 1/8/0" I 
Dwayne Fletcher (No. Carolina, 10/17/59) 
Alvin Blount (West Virginia. 9/20/86) 
Ed Modzelewski (Duke. 10/28/30) 
Tom Hickey (Penn State. 10/31/64) 
George Scott (Virginia. 1 1/20/76) 
Ralph Donofrio (Clemson. 1 1/1 1/67) 
Tommy Neal (Duke. 10/27/84) 
Willie Joyner ( NC State. 1 1/10/83) 
Harold Westlev (Wake Forest, 10/19/96) 
Len Chiaverini (S. Carolina, 10/27/62) 
TomSelep (Baylor. 10/6 56) 
Monte Hinkle (Wake Forest. 10/2/~l) 
CarlShelton (Virginia. 11/20/71) 
Steve Atkins ( Louisville, 0/16/~8) 
Mark Mason (Pittsburgh, 10/5 "1 



us Ulen Williams (Florida SL, 11/6/93) 

117 VrtSeymore (Villanova 9/12/70) 

117 LouisCarter (VMI, 9/23/72) 

1 17 Jamie Franklin (Cincinnati, 1 1/8/75) 

no Ron Waller (Missouri, II/2VSD 

110 Steve \tkins(l)iike, 10/22/"") 

no Willie Joyner (Virginia, 10/1/83) 

lid Mark Mason (Virginia, 11/17/90) 

113 Chet Hanulak (Georgia. 11/11/32) 

I It \l Neville (WakeForest, 10/7/72) 

113 Randall Jones (Duke. 11/14/98) 

11 1 Jim Joyce (Texas, 9/26/59) 

111 \rt Sevmore (NC State, 9/18/71) 

1 1 -i Brian Underwood (Temple, 9/27/97) 

Hi Chet Hanulak (Missouri, 9/19/53) 

113 Vlvin Maddox (NC State. 10/1/"") 

113 Willie Joyner (Syracuse, 10/8/83) 

1 13 Tommy Ned (Clemson, 1 l/l"/S4) 

112 Budd) Rodgers (West Virginia. 0/10/05) 
I 1 1 Ralph Felton ( \ubiirn. 0/2"/52) 

1 I I EdVereb (So, Carolina. 11/20/33) 

in Bilk Lovetl (Virginia, 11/23/68) 

1 1 1 Art Sevmore (So. Carolina. 10/17/70) 

111 Willie Joyner (NC State, 9/25/82) 

1 10 Louis Carter (NC State. 10/13/73) 

110 Steve UkinslTulane. 0/0/"8) 

1 10 John Nash (No. Carolina. 10/31/81) 

100 Boh Shemonski (Virginia Tech. 12/2/50) 

100 Jerry Fishman (Wake. 10/26/63) 
1 08 Dennis Condie (SMU, 9/23/6 1 1 
10" EdFullerton (Navy 10/18/32) 
10" Chet Hanulak (Georgia. 10/10/53) 
10" Buddy Rodgers (Tulane. 0/2/0S ) 

106 Charlie Wysocki (Clemson. 1 1/13/801 

106 Buddy Rodgers (Wake Forest. 10/19/96) 

103 Ricky Jennings (Duke. 1 l/l(i/~4) 

105 Jamie Franklin (Virginia. ll/22/"5) 

105 Tim Wilson (Villanova, 10/2/76) 

103 Rick Johnson (Duke. 10/22/88) 

10-1 Steve Atkins (Wake Forest. 10/2 1 78) 

10-1 Tim Whittle (Duke. 10/27/79) 

1 ( 14 John Nash ( NC State. 0/20/8 1 1 

104 Rick Badaniek (Wake Forest. 9/29/84) 
104 Alvin Blount (Virginia. 1 1/24/84) 

1 04 Bren Lowery (Virginia. 1 1/28/86) 

103 Bob Shemonski ( Virginia Tech, 12/2/50) 

103 John Nash (Virginia 1 1 21/81) 

103 Mark Mason (Va Tech. 0/23/03 ) 

103 Allen Williams 1 Georgia Tech. 10/22/94) 

1 03 Buddv Rodgers 1 Duke. 23/05) 

102 Ed Modzelewski (Missouri 11 J/51) 

102 Dick Bielski ( No. Carolina. 10/16/54) 

102 Steve Atkins (Syracuse 10 1 i "si 

102 Tim O'Hare (Virginia. 11/11"- 

102 MarkMason (Penn State, 9 2( 

102 Frank wycheck (No Carolina. 10/31/02) 

102 Louis Carter (Penn St.. 1 1/2/~4) 

1 1 12 LaMont Jordan I Georgia Tech. 1 0/3 1 /OS ) 

101 Tom Miller (Duke, 10/li 
llll Tom Miller (\ Ml. 10/30/71) 

100 Allen Williams (Tulane. 10/29/94) 

100 Charlie Wvsocki (Vanderbilt. 9/12/81 ) 



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Passing Records 


II 

I 


Passing Attempts 


Passing Completion Percentage 


Game-5, Scott Milanovich vs. NC State, 1994; Scon 




Career-982, Scon Milanovich, 1902-95 


Career (min. 200 att.)-662, Scott Milanovich (650 


Milanovich vs. Wake Forest, 1993; Scott 


Season— 182, John Kaleo. 1992 


of 982), 1992-95 


Milanovich vs. W. Virginia, 1993; Scott Milanovich 


Sr.-482,JohnKaleo, 1992 


Season (min. 125 att.)-688. Scott Milanovich (229 


vs. No. Carolina, 1993; John Kaleo vs. Clemson, : 


Jr.-353, Dan Henning, 1986 


of 333), 1994 


1992 


So.— 131. Scott Milanovich, 1993 


Sr.-.665, Scott Milanovich ( 125 of 188), 1995 




Fr.-9,8. Randall Jones, 1998 


Jr.-688, Scott Milanovich (229 of 333). 1994 


400-Yard Passing Games 


Game-(i2, Scott Milanovich vs. Florida St., 199S 


S0.-.647, Scott Milanovich (279 of 4.31), 1993 


Career-5, Scott Milanovich, 1992-95 




Fr.-No Minimums Met 


Season-5. Scott Milanovich, 1993 


Passing Completions 


Game (min. 10 att.)-.9()9, Bob Avellini ( 10-1 1 ) vs. 


Consecutive-3. Scott Milanovich, 1993 


Career-650, Scott Milano\ich, 1992-95 


Duke, 1974 




Season-286, John Kaleo. 1992 




300-Yard Passing Games 


Sr.-286,JohnKaleo, 1992 


Passing Efficiency Rating Points 


Career-10, Scon Milanovich, 1992-95 


Jr.-229, Scott Milanovich, 1994 


Career (min. 200 att.)-l40.06, Frank Reich, 1982-84 


Season-5, Scott Milanovich, 1993 


SO.-279, Scott Milanovich. 1993 


Season (min. 125 att.)-l4" 4.5, Frank Reich. 1984 


Consecutive-3. Scon Milanovich, 1993 


Fr.— n. Randall Jones, 1998 


Sr.-l4".43. Frank Reich, 1984 




Game— 4d, Scott Milanovich vs. Florida St., 1995 


Jr.-143.57, Scott Milanovich, 1994 


Passing Interceptions 




So.-l44.48, Scott Milanovich, 1993 


Career-35, Scott Milanovich, 1992-95; Dick Shiner, 


Passing Yardage 


Fr.-No Minimums Met 


1961-63 


Career-"..501, Scott Milanovich, 1992-95 




Season-22,John Kaleo, 1992 


Season-3,499, Scon Milanovich) 1993 


Passing Touchdowns 




Sr.-3.392, John Kaleo. 1992 


Career-49, Scott Milanovich, 1992-95 


Longest Touchdown Pass 


Jr.-2,725, Dan Henning, 1986 


Season-26, Scott Milanovich, 1993 


92, Stan Lavine to Fd Bolton vs. So. Carolina. 1949 


So.-3,499, Scott Milanovich, 1993 


Sr.-l 7, John Kaleo, 1992 




Fr.-567, RandalJ Jones, 1998 


Jr.-20, Scon Milanovich, 1994 


Longest Non-Scoring Pass 


Game-498, Scott Milanovich vs. Va. Tech, 1993 


So-26, Scott Milanovich. 1993 


76, Scott Milanovich to lermaine Lewis vs. W. Virginia. 




Fr.-3, Randall Jones, 1998 


1993 



Passing Attempts - Career 

I Scott Milanovich, 1992-95 982 

Boomer Esiason, 1981-83 850 

Neil O'Donnell, 198"-89 658 

Dan Henning. 1985-87 64I 

Brian Cummings, 1994-97 594 

John Kaleo, 1991-92 537 

Dick Shiner, 1961-63 536 

8. Scott Zolak, 1988-90 509 

9. Stan Gelbaugh, 1981-85 454 

10. A) Neville, 1971-73 402 

II Bob Avellini, 1972-74 394 

12. Alan Pastrana, 1965-68 56" 

15. MikeTice. 19" -80 331 

14. JimSandwisch, 1988-91 315 

15. PhilPetry, 1964-66 309 

16. Larry Dick, 1973-77 306 

17. JeffShugars, 1969-70 289 

18. MarkManges, 1974-77 287 

19 Jack Scarhath. 1950-52 260 

20. Ken Mastrole. 1996-98 259 

Passing Attempts - Season 

I John Kaleo (Sr.), 1992 482 

Scott Milanovich (So.), 1993 4.31 

3. Scott Zolak (Sr.), 1990 418 

4. Dan Henning (Jr.). 1986 553 

Scott Milanovich (Jr.), 1994 ^> 

Boomer Esiason (Jr.). 1982 314 

Stan Gelbaugh (Sr). 1985 311 

s. Boomer Esiason (Sr), 1985 294 

9 JimSandwisch (Sr.), 1991 291 

Hi. Dan Henning (Sr.), 198" 28" 

280 

267 




Brian Cummings (Sr.), 199" 255 

Boomer Esiason (So.), 1981 242 

Dick Shiner (Sr). 1963 Ill 

Al Neville (So). 1971 204 

Dick Shiner (Ir), 1962 205 

Alan Pastrana (Jr.), 1966 195 

TimO'Hare(Sr). 1978 192 

Boh Avellini (Sr). 1974 18') 



11 Neil O'Donnell (Sr.), 1989 

12 Neil O'Donnell (Jr.), loss 



Scott Milamn ith holds or shares .^1 Manland 
passing records, including career marks lor attempts 

completions, >ards and completion percentage. 



Passing Attempts — Game 

1. Scott Milanovich vs. Florida St., 1995 62 

2 John Kaleo vs. No. Carolina, 1992 58 

3. Scott Milanovich vs. Va. Tech. 1993 5" 

4 John Kaleo vs. NC State. 1992 56 

5. Scon Milanovich \s. Wake Forest, 199.5 55 | 

6 Scott Milanovich vs. W, Virginia, 1993 54 

Dan Henning vs. NC State, 1986 54 

8. Scott Milanovich vs. Ga. Tech, 1995 51 

Scott Milanovich vs. Virginia, 1994 51 

10. Scott Milanovich vs. No. Carolina. 1993 50 

Passing Completions - Career 

I Scott Milanovich, 1992-95 650 

2. Boomer Esiason, 1981-83 461 

3. Neil O'Donnell. 1987-89 58" 

i Dan Henning. 1985-87 355 

5. Brian Cummings, 1994-9" 344 

6 John Kaleo. 1991-92 305 

" Dick Shiner. 1961-65 28" 

8 Scott Zolak, 1988-90 270 

9 Stan Gelbaugh, 1981-85 251 

10. Bob \\ellmi. 1972 "i 2.31 

II VI Neville, 1971 73 21" 

12 UanPastrana, 1965-68 185 

13 Larry Dick, 1973-77 180 



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ji MikeTice, 1977-80 166 

|v MarkManges, 1974-77 155 

K. Jim Sandwisch, 1988 91 lS-» 

•. Phil Petry, 1964-66 I il 

f. Frank Reich, 1982 84 132 

I, Dale Betty, 1958-60 12" 7 

& Jack Scarbath, 1950-52 125 

Passing Completions - Season 

John Kaleo (Sr.), 1992 280 

Scott Milanovich (So.), 1993 2"') 

Scott Milanovich (Ji >. 1994 220 

ScottZolak (Sr). 1990 22S 

l);m Henning (Jr). 1986 196 

Boomer Esiason < h ), 1982 176 

StanGelbaugh (Sr). 1985 166 

Boomer Esiason (Sr). 1983 163 

NeilO'DonnellOr.), l')ss [60 

). Dan Henning (Sr.), 1987 157 

. Neil O'DonneL (Sr). 1989 156 

!. Brian Cummings (Sr.), I 1 ) 1 )" 1 S-+ 

I Jim Sandwisch (Sr.), 1991 142 

1 Scott Milanovich (Sr). 1995 125 

Boomer Esiason (So 1. i l )si 122 

Dick Shiner Qr.), 1962 121 

Hob VveUini (Sr), 1974 112 

Dick Shiner (Sr). 1963 108 

Frank Reich (Sr). 1984 108 

Al Neville (So.), 1971 107 



Passing Completions - Game 

Scott Milanovich vs. Florida Si.. 1995 46 

Scon Milanovich vs Wake Forest. 1993 37 

Scon Milanovich vs Syracuse, 1994 35 

Scon Milanovich vs. W. Virginia, 1993 35 

Scon Milanovich vs. No. Carolina, 1993 34 

Scon Milanovich vs. Wake Forest. 1995 32 

Scon Milanovich vs. \11ginia. 1994 32 

Scott Milanovich vs. NC State, 1994 32 

John Kaleo vs Virginia, 1992 32 

). John Kaleo vs No. Carolina. 1992 31 



Passing Yards - Career 

Scon Milanovich, 1992-95 

Boomer Esiason, 1981-83 

Neil O'Donnell, 1987-89 

Dan Henning, 1985-87 

Brian Cummings, 1994-97 

John Kaleo, 1991-92 

Stan Gelbaugh, 1981-85 

Dick Shiner. 1961-63 

Bob VveUini, 1972-74 .... 
1 ScottZolak, 1988-90 

1. Larry Dick. 1973-77 

2. .Man Pastrana. 1965-68 

i VJNeville, 1971-73 

4. Jack Scarbath, 1950-52 

v MarkManges. 1974-77 

I MikeTice, 1977-80 

7. Frank Reich. 1082-84 

i. Jim Sandwisch, 1988-91 

•), Phil Petty 1964-66 

). JeffShugars, 1969-70 







".301 
6,259 
4,989 
4.360 
4,080 
5,660 
3,659 

3.41(1 

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3.124 
2.601 
1.^1 
2.493 
2,287 
2,147 
2,052 
1,704 
1.636 
1,625 
1,552 



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Boomer Esiason is second 10 Scott Milanovich in 

career passing vards. completions and attempts. 



Passing Yards - Season 

I. Scott Milanovich (So), 199.3 

2 John kaleo (Sr), 1992 

3. Dan Henning (Jr.). 1986 

1 ScottZolak (Sr). 1990 

3. Stan Gelhaugh (Sr). 1983 

6. Scott Milanovich (Jr.). 1994 

7. Boomer Esiason (Sr), 1983 

8. Boomer Esiason (Jr.), 1982 

9 Neil O'Donnell (Sr). 1989 

HI Neil O'Donnell (Jr.), 1988 

II, Dan Henning (Sr). 198" 

12. Brian Cummings (Sr.), 1997 

1.3. Bob Avellini (Sr). 1974 

14 Boomer Esiason (So ). 1981 

13 Jim Sandwisch (Sr). 1991 

Man Pastrana (Jr.), 1966 

1". Frank Reich (Sr), 1984 

18. TimO'Hare (Sr), 1978 

19 Lam Dick (Sr). 19" 

20 Dick Shiner (Jr.). 1962 



3,499 
3,392 

2.-23 
2,589 
2,475 
2.394 
1M1 
2.302 
2,103 
1,973 
1,835 

1.-60 
1,648 

1,635 
1,499 

l .499 
1.446 

1,388 
I.." 1 

1,324 



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Passing Yards - Game 

Milanovich vs. Va. Tech. 1993 498 

Milanovich vs. W. Virginia. 199.3 431 

Kaleo vs. Clemson. 1992 418 

Milanovich vs. Wake Forest. 199.3 416 

Kaleo vs. Pittsburgh. 1992 413 

Milanovich vs. Duke. 1993 414 

Milanovich vs. No. Carolina. 1993 105 

Kaleo vs. Wake Forest, 1992 W5 

Milanovich vs. Florida St.. 1995 581 1 

Kaleovs Duke. 1992 378 



400-Yard Passing Games - Career 

1 Scon Milanovich. 1992-95 5 

2. John Kaleo. 1991-92 5 



400-Yard Passing Games — Season 

1. Scott Milanovich (So I, 1993 5 

2 lohn Kaleo (Sr.) 1992 1 

300-Yard Passing Games - Career 
1 Scott Milanovich, 1992 95 10 

2. Dan Henning, 1985-87 5 

3. John kaleo 1 00 1 92 i 

1 sun Gelbaugh, 1981-85 3 

3. ScottZolak, 1988-90 2 

Bob Avellini, 1972-74 ... 2 

300-Yard Passing Games - Season 

1. Scott Milanovich (So >, 1993 5 

2. John Kaleo (Sr.), 1992) 4 

Dan Henning Or.), 1986 i 

4. Scot! Milanovich (Jr), 199) .3 

5. Scott Milanovich (Sr.), 1995 2 

StanGelbaugh (Sr), 1983 2 

Passing Completion Pct. - Career 
Minimum 21)0 fussing Attempts 
1 



Scott Milanovich, 1992-95 
2 Frank Reich, 1982-84 

3. Lam Dick. 1975-77 

4. Neil O'Donnell. 1987-89 .... 

5. Boh Avellini. 1972-74 

6. Dale Bettv. 1958-60 

Brian Cummings, 1994-9" . 

8. John Kaleo, 1991-92 

9. StanGelbaugh, 1981-85 

10. Dan Henning. 1985-87 

11. Boomer Esiason. 1981-83.. 

12. MarkManges. 1974-77 

13. Al Neville, 1971-73 

14. Dick Shiner. 1961-6,3 

15. ScottZolak, 1988-90 

16. Richard Novak. 1959-61 .... 

17. MikeTice, 1977-80 

18. .Man Pastrana. 1965-68 

19. Jim Sandwisch, 1988-91 .... 

20. Jack Scarbath. 1950-52 



662 

629 
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586 

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579 

SON 

351 

542 

5400 

5398 

333 

330 

5023 

5015 

.499 

189 

181 



Passing Completion Pct. - Season 
Minimum /_'■> Passing Attempts 

Scott Milanovich (Jr.). 1994 688 

Scott Milanovich (Sr). 1995 663 

Scott Milanovich (So). 1993 647 

Frank Reich (Sr). 1984 639 

Dale Bern (Sr). 1960 621 

Lam- Dick (Sr). 1977 ('IS 

Brian Cummings (Sr 1. 199" 604 

Neil O'Donnell (Jr.). 1988 599 

Dick Shiner (Jr.). 1962 596 

John Kaleo (Sr). 1992 5933 

Bob Avellini (Sr). 1974 5926 

Brian Cummings (So). 1993 590 

Stan Gelbaugh (Jr.). 1984 586 

MarkManges (Jr). 1976 58,3 

13. Bob Avellini (So 1. 1972 576 

16. Lam Dick (So 1. 1975 570 

17. Boomer Esiason (Jr). 1982 56] 

18. Neil O'Donnell (Sr). 1989 557 

19. Dan Henning ijr I, 1986 SSS 

20. Boomer Esiason (Sr). 19S.3 SS4 



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Pass Completion Pct. - Game 

Minimum 10 Passing Attempts 

1. BobAvellini (10-11) vs. Duke, 1974 909 

2. S. Milanovich (32-37) vs. NC State, 1994 865 

3. S. Milanovich (20-24) vs. NC State, 1995 833 

B. Cummings ( 10-12) vs. Tulane, 1995 833 

S. Milanovich ( 10-12) vs. Wake Forest, 1994 833 

6. S. Milanovich (29-36) vs. Duke, 1993 806 

7. S. Milanovich (22-28) vs. NC State, 1993 786 

S. Scott Zolak ( 14-18) vs. Wake Forest, 1990 ... .777 

Dick Shiner ( 14-18) vs. No. Carolina, 1962 777 

10. S. Milanovich (46-62) vs. Florida St., 1995 ... .742 

Pass Efficiency Rating - Career 

Minimum 200 Passing Attempts 

1 Frank Reich, 1982-84 140.06 

2. Jack Scarbath, 1950-52 139.12 

5. Scott Milanovich, 1992-95 137.98 

4. Larry Dick, 1975-77 135.09 

5 Stan Gelbaugh, 1981-85 129.59 

6. Neil O'Donnell, 1987-89 129.16 

7. BobAvellini, 1972-74 127.19 

8. Boomer Esiason, 1981-83 126.04 

9. Mark Manges, 1974-77 124.34 

10. Brian Cummings, 1994-97 121.43 

11. Dale Bern, 1958-60 120.46 

12. Dan Henning, 1985-87 120.01 

15. Alan Pastrana, 1965-68 115.33 

14. JohnKaleo, 1991-92 115.05 

15. Al Neville. 1971-73 108.09 

16. Dick Shiner, 1961-63 106.85 

17. MikeTice, 1977-80 104.73 

IS. Scott Zolak, 1988-90 103.34 

19. Richard Novak, 1959-61 100.46 

20. Jim Sandwisch, 1988-91 89.91 

Pass Efficiency Rating - Season 

Minimum 125 Passing Attempts 

1 Frank Reich (Sr.), 1984 147.43 

2. Scon Milanovich (So.), 1993 144.48 

3. Scott MUanovich (Jr.), 1994 143.57 

4. Mark Manges (Jr.), 1976 142.07 

5. Lam Dick (Sr), 1977 139-99 

6 BobAvellini (Sr), 1974 138.38 

7 Stan Gelbaugh (Jr.). 1984 135.96 

8 Larry Dick (So.), 1975 134.41 

9 Boomer Esiason (Sr), 1983 133-18 

10. Alan Pastrana (Jr.), 1966 1.31.29 

11. Boomer Esiason (Jr.), 1982 130.18 

12. Neil O'Donnell (Jr.), 1988 128.59 

13. Dan Henning (Jr.), 1986 128.16 

14 Neil O'Donnell (Sr). 1989 127.73 

15 Stan Gelbaugh (Sr), 1985 12". 14 

Id Brian Cummings (Sr), 1997 126 60 

I". Brian Cummings (So.), 1995 124.55 

IS JohnKaleo (Sr), 1992 12096 

19. Dale Beth (Sr). I960 115,65 

20 BobAvellini (So.), 1972 115.40 



Passing Touchdowns — Career 

1. Scott Mdanovich, 1992-95 49 

2. Boomer Esiason, 1981-83 42 

3. Neil O'Donnell, 1987-89 26 

4. Dan Henning, 1985-87 24 

5. Alan Pastrana, 1965-68 23 

6. Brian Cummings, 1994-97 22 

Jack Scarbath. 1950-52 22 

8. Dick Shiner, 1961-63 '. 21 

9. Sum Gelbaugh, 1981-85 20 

10. JohnKaleo, 1991-92 18 

11. Al Neville. 1971-73 17 

12. VicTuryn, 1947-48 16 

13- Mark Manges, 1974-77 15 

BobAvellini, 1972-74 15 

Dale Betty, 1958-60 15 

16. Larry Dick, 1973-77 13 

17. Scott Zolak, 1988-90 12 

18. MikeTice, 1977-80 11 

19. Frank Reich, 1982-84 10 

Richard Novak, 1959-61 10 

Passing Touchdowns — Season 

1. Scott Milanovich (So.), 1993 26 

2. Scott Milanovich (Jr.), 1994 20 

3. Boomer Esiason (Jr.), 1982 18 

4. John Kaleo(Sr), 1992 17 

Alan Pastrana (Jr.), 1966 17 

6. Dan Henning (Jr.), 1986 15 

Stan Gelbaugh (Sr), 1985 15 

Boomer Esiason (Sr). 1983 15 

9. Neil O'Donnell (Jr.), 1988 12 

10. Mark Manges (Jr.), 1976 11 




Annual Leaders 



11. Brian Cummings (Sr), 1997. 

Scott Zolak (Sr), 1990 

Neil O'Donnell (Sr.), 1989.... 
Al Neville (So.), 1971 



10 

10 

10 

10 

Dick Shiner (Sr), 1963 10 



Jack Scarbath (Sr), 1952 

VicTuryn(Sr), 1948 

18. Dan Henning (Sr.). 1987 

Frank Reich (Sr), 1984 

Boomer Esiason (So.), 1981 . 



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Passing Touchdowns — Game 

Scott Milanovich vs. NC State, 1994 5 

Scott Milanovich vs. Wake Forest, 1993 5 

Scott Milanovich vs. W. Virginia, 1993 5 

Scott Milanovich vs. No. Carolina, 1993 5 

John Kaleo vs. Clemson, 1992 5 

Scott Milanovich vs. Ga. Tech, 1994 4 

Scott Milanovich vs. Va. Tech, 1993 4 

Mark Manges vs. Villanova, 1975 

Scott Milanovich vs. Tulane, 1994 

John Kaleo vs. Pittsburgh, 1992 

Neil O'Donnell vs. No. Carolina, 1988 

Dan Henning vs. No. Carolina, 1986 

Dan Henning vs. Wake Forest, 1986 

Stan Gelbaugh VS. Clemson. 1985 

Stan Gelbaugh vs. Duke. 1985 

Frank Reich vs. Miami. 1984 

Boomer Esiason w Wake Forest, 1983 

Man Pastrana VS, Florida St.. 1966 

Man Pastrana VS, Wake Form. 1066 

lack Scarbath vs LSU, 1952 



Year Player A C Yds. 

1947 Vic Tumi 59 32 504 

1948 VicTuryn Ill 45 595 

1949 Stan Lavine 65 35 554 

1950 Jack Scarbath 80 32 463 

1951 JackScarbath 67 34 675 

1952 JackScarbath 113 59 1.149 

1953 Bernie Faloney 68 31 599 

1954 Charlie Boxold 59 23 525 

1955 Frank Tamburello 58 28 497 

1956 JohnFritsch 52 23 219 

1957 Bob Rusevlyan 58 26 297 

1958 Bob Rusevlyan 109 59 657 

1959 Dale Betty 76 39 552 

1960 Dale Betty 132 82 796 

1961 DickShiner Ill 58 921 

1962 DickShiner 203 121 1,324 

1963 DickShiner 222 108 1,165 

1964 Phil Petty 162 73 809 

1965 Phil Petty 135 65 763 

1966 Alan Pastrana 195 102 1,499 

1967 Chuck Drimal 123 54 669 

1968 .Man Pastrana 172 81 1,053 

1969 JeffShugars 114 47 716 

1970 JeffShugars 175 75 836 

1971 Al Neville 204 107 1,275 

1972 BobAvellini 170 98 1,251 

1973 Al Neville 92 51 554 

1974 BobAvellini 189 12 1,648 

1975 Larry Dick 158 90 1,190 

1976 Mark Manges 139 81 1,145 

1977 LarryDick 135 83 1.351 

1978 TimO'Hare 192 105 1,388 

1979 MikeTice 154 "5 89 7 

1980 MikeTice 140 '1 928 

1981 Boomer Esiason 242 122 1,635 

1982 Boomer Esiason 314 176 2,302 

1983 Boomer Esiason 294 163 2,322 

1984 Frank Reich 169 108 1,446 

1985 Stan Gelbaugh 311 166 2.4"5 

1986 Dan Henning 553 196 2. "25 

1987 Dan Henning 287 157 1,835 

1988 Neil O'Donnell 26" 160 1,973 

1989 Neil O'Donnell 280 156 2.105 

1990 Scon Zolak 418 225 2.589 

1991 Jim Sandwisch 291 142 1.499 

1992 JohnKaleo 482 286 3.592 

1993 Scott Milanovich 451 279 3,499 

1904 Scott Milanovich 353 229 2,394 

1995 Brian Cummings 166 98 1.195 

199d Brian Cummings 173 92 1,127 

199" Brian Cummings 255 IS4 1,760 

1998 ken Mastrole 1.51 59 6.52 





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Total Offense Records 




Total Offense Plays 
(vcer-1.150, Scon Milanovich, 1992 -95 
■BSon-588,John Kaleo, 1992 
Sr.-588, lolm Kaleo, 1992 
Jr.-418, Dan Henning, 1986 
So.-522, Scoti Milanovich, 1993 
Fr.-rs, Randall Jones, 1998 


Total Offense Yards 
Career-", 1 1 I.Scot) Milanovich, 1992 95 
Season-3,472,John Kaleo, 1992 
Sr.-3,472,John Kaleo, 1992 
Jr.-2,681, Dan Henning, 1986 
So.-5.437, Scotl Milanovich, 1993 
Er,— 797, Randall Jones, 1998 


Touchdowns Responsible For 
Career-53, Scon Milanovich, 1992-95 
Season-29 Scon Milanovich, 1993 

Sr.-22,John Kaleo, 1992 

Jr.— 2 1 . Man Pastrana. I%(> 

So.-29, Scoa Milanovich, 1993 

Fr.-9, RickBadanjek, 1982 



Total Offense Plays - Career 

Scott Milanovich, 1992 95 1,150 

Boomer Esiason, 1981 83 1,006 

Neil O'Donnell, 1987-89 85 1 

Brian Cummings, 1994-97 849 

DickShiner, 1961 63 790 

Charlie Wysocki, 1978-81 769 

Dan Henning, 1985 87 759 

John Kaleo, 1991 92 655 

Steve \tkiiiY 1975-78 625 

'. ScottZolak, 1988-90 ss,x 

. Louis Carter, 1972-74 586 

U Neville, 1971 73 566 

. RickBadanjek, 1982-85 521 

Mark Manges, 1974-77 521 

\l.in Pastrana, 1965-68 ski 

.. Stan Gelbaugh, 1981-85 504 

Mike lice, 1977-80 503 

, Jack Scarbath, 1950-52 199 

Bob Vvellini, 1972-74 197 

Bill) Lovett, 1966-68 152 

Total Offense Plays - Season 

John Kaleo (Sr.), 1992 588 

Scott Milanovich (So.), 1993 S22 

ScottZolak (Sr.), 1990 182 

Dan Henning (Jr.), 1986 lis 

Scott Milanovich (Jr I, 1994 583 

Boomer Esiason (Jr.), 1982 569 

Neil O'Donnell (Jr.). 1988 361 

Neil O'Donnell (Sr), 1989 357 

Brian Cummings (Sr.), 1997 355 

. Jim Saiulwisch (Sr). 1991 354 

Stan Gelbaugh (Sr.), 1 l )8S 349 

. Boomer Esiason (Sr.), 1983 34l 

Dan Henning (Sr.), MS" 340 

. Charlie Wysocki (Jr.). 1080 334 

. Dick Shiner (Sr.), 1963 314 

. Boomer Esiason (So.), 1981 296 

. DickShiner Or.), l l 'dJ 292 

. Man Pastrana (Jr .). 1906 28" 

\1 Neville (So 1 1971 286 

Steve Vtkins(Sr.), 1978 283 

Total Offense Yards - Career 

Scott Milanovich, 1992-95 "ill 

Boomer Esiason, 1981-83 6,081 

Neil O'Donnell, 1987-89 5,060 

Han Henning, 1985-87 4,463 

Brian Cummings, 1994-97 3,889 

John kaleo. 1991-92 3,686 

DickShiner, 1961-63 3,634 

Stan Gelbaugh, 1981-85 3.569 

Charlie Wysocki, 1978-81 3,317 

Boh \\ellmi. 1972-74 3 285 




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John Kaleo holds the record for most total pla\s and 
total yards in a single season, set in 1992. 

11. Steve \tkins. 1975-78 2,971 

12. Mark Manges. 1974-7' , 2,962 
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Jack Scarbath, 1950-52 2 938 

ScottZolak. 1988-90 2,875 

Al Neville. 1971-73 2,734 

I am Dick. 1973-77 2.498 

Louis Carter. 1972-74 2.4"6 

RickBadanjek. 1982-85 2,417 

Alan Pastrana, 1965-68 2,326 

Uvin Blount. 1983-86 2,158 



Total Offense Yards - Season 

l. John Kaleo (Sr.), 1992 5 r: 

Scott Milanovich (So.), 1993 3,437 

Dan Henning (Jr.), 1986 2,681 

ScottZolak (Sr.), 1990 2,392 

Stan Gelbaugh (Sr I, 1985 2,385 

Scot! Milanovich (Jr). 1994 2,332 

Boomer Esiason (Sr 1. 198.3 2,290 

Boomer Esiason (Jr.), 1982 2 2il 



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Neil O'Donnell (Jr.), 1988 

NeilODonnell (Sr). 1980 .... 
Dan Henning (Sr.), 1987 
Boh Vvellinj (Sr.), 1974 
Brian Cummings (Sr I, 199" . 

I 1 Mark Manges (Jr.), 1976 

Is Boomer Esiason (So 1, 1981 . 

id DickShiner Or.), 1962 

17. luiiOllara(Sr). 1978 

18. JimSandwisch (Sr), 1991 

19. Man Pastrana (Jr.), i960 

20. JackScarbath (Sr.), 1932 



139 

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,782 
689 

.621 

.SOS 

560 
126 
121 
102 
,395 
.386 



Touchdowns Responsible For - Career 

1. Scon Milanovich, 1992-95 S3 

2. RickBadanjek. 1982-85 11 

Boomer Esiason. 1981-83 1 i 

4. JackScarbath, 1950-52 35 

5. DickShiner, 1961-63 52 

6. Steve Atkins, 1975-78 31 

". Brian Cummings. 1 994-9" }0 

Louis Cailer. 1972-74 .30 

9. Neil O'Donnell, 1987-89 29 

10. Stan Gelbaugh, 1981-85 28 

.Man Pastrana. 1963-68 28 

12. Charlie Wysocki. 1978-81 20 

Is Dan Henning, 1985-87 23 

14. John kaleo. 1991-92 24 

is VI Neville, 1971-73 23 

16 EdModzelewski, 1949-51 -'I 

1". Buddj Rodgers, 1994-97 20 

Mark Manges. 1974-77 20 

EdVereb. 1953-55 20 

Boh Shemonski. 1949-51 20 



Touchdowns Responsible For - Season 

Scott Milanovich (So.), 1993 29 

John kaleo (Sr). 1992 II 

Alan Pastrana (Jr.), 1966 21 

Scott Milanovich (Jr.). 1994 20 

Louis Carter (Jr.). 19"3 19 



Boomer Esiason (Jr.). 1982 . 
Boomer Esiason (Sr.). 1983. 



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Dan Henning (Jr.), 1986 16 

Stan Gelbaugh (Sr). 1985 16 

EdVereb (Sr). 19SS 16 

Bob Shemonski. (Jr.), 1950 16 

Neil O'Donnell (Jr.), 1988 15 

RickBadanjek (Jr.), 1984 is 

JackScarbath (Jr 1. 19S1 15 

Mark Manges (Jr.), 1976 14 

UNeville(So I, 1971 14 

DickShiner (Sr.), 1963 14 

JackScarbath (Sr), 1952 13 

Stan Lavine (Sr.), 1949 13 

Lu Gambino (Sr). 194" 13 




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Pass Receptions 
Career-193, Jermaine Lewis, 1992-95 
Season-77, Geroy Simon, 1994 

Sr.-75, Marcus Badgett, 1992 

Jr.-69, Russ Weaver, 1993 

So.-77, Geroy Simon, 1994 

Fr.-58, Frank Wycheck, 1990 
Game- 16, Geroy Simon vs. Florida St., 1995 

Receiving Yardage 

Career-2,932, Jermaine Lewis, 1992-95 
Season-1,240. Marcus Badgett. 1992 

Sr.-1,240, Marcus Badgett, 1992 

J r.-692, Jermaine Lewis, 1994 

So.-957, Jermaine Lewis, 1993 

Fr-509, Frank Wycheck, 1990 
Game-251, Marcus Badgett vs. Pittsburgh, 1992 

Pass Receptions - Career 

1. Jermaine Lewis, 1992-95 193 

2. Geroy Simon, 1993-96 185 

3. Frank Wycheck, 1990-92 134 

Russ Weaver, 1992-94 120 

Azizuddin Abdur-Ra'oof. 1984-87 108 

Barry Johnson, 1987-90 106 

FerreU Edmunds, 1984-87 101 

8. Marcus Badgett, 1990-92 100 

Frank Russell, 1972-74 100 

10. Greg Hill, 1982-84 97 

11. Mancel Johnson, 1993-96 94 

12. BrenLowery, 1986-89 89 

13. Vernon Joines, 1985-88 83 

JohnTice, 1979-82 83 

15. Russell Davis, 1979-83 82 

16. James Milling, 1984-87 80 

1 7 . Richie Harris, 1988-92 78 

18. Dean Richards, 1975-78 77 

19. GaryColhns, 1959-61 74 

20. Rick Badanjek, 1982-85 69 

Tom Brown, 1960-62 69 



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Pass Receptions — Season 

Geroy Simon (So.), 1994 7" 

Marcus Badgett (Sr.), 1992 75 

Russ Weaver (Jr.), 1993 69 

Jermaine Lewis (Sr.), 1995 66 

Frank Wycheck (Fr.), 1990 58 

Richie Harris (Sr), 1992 56 

Geroy Simon (Jr.), 1995 54 

Jermaine Lewis (So.), 1993 52 

Dan Prunzik (Sr.), 1992 52 

Allen Williams (Sr). 1994 51 

Greg Hill (Sr), 1984 51 

Russ Weaver (Sr.), 1994 47 

Tom Brown (Sr). 1962 47 

Jermaine Lewis (Jr.), 1994 45 

Frank Wycheck (So.), 1991 45 

Bren Lowery (So.), 1987 44 

Barn Johnson (Jr.). 1989 43 

Darryl I Mill (Jr.), 1963 4.5 

Andrew Carter (Fr.), 1995 41 

vi/iiddm Ubdur-Ra'oof (Sr.), 1987 .59 



Receiving Records 



Receiving Yards Per Catch 
Career (min. 35 rec.)-19.15, Billy Van Heusen, 

1965-67 
Season (min. 20 rec.)-21.44, Billy Van Heusen, 1966 
Sr.-18.53, Lloyd Colteryahn, 1952 
Jr.-21 44. Billy Van Heusen, 1966 
So.-19.17, Azizuddin Abdur-Ra'oof, 1985 
Fr.-17.52, Azizuddin Abdur-Ra'oof, 1984 

Receiving Touchdowns 

Career-21. Jermaine Lewis, 1992-95 

Season-9, Jermaine Lewis, 1994; Marcus Badgett, 1992 

Sr.-9, Marcus Badgett, 1992 

Jr.-9, Jermaine Lewis, 1994 

So.-8, Dan Bungori, 1971 

Fr.-5, Sean Sullivan, 1983 
Game-3, Jermaine Lewis vs. W. Virginia, 1993; James 

Milling vs. No. Carolina, 1986 



Jennaine Lewis ( It'll) and (krov Simon (right) rank 
in the tup lw<> in taner receptions and career 
receiving yards. 



200-Yard Receiving Games 

Career-2, Jermaine Lewis, 1992-95; Marcus Badgett 

1990-92 
Season-2, Marcus Badgett, 1992 
Consecutive-2, Marcus Badgett, 1992 

IOO-Yard Receiving Games 

Career-1 5, Jermaine Lewis, 1992-95 
Season-5, Marcus Badgett, 1992 
Consecutive-4, Jermaine Lewis, 1994 

Longest Touchdown Reception 

92, Ed Bolton from Stan Lavine vs. So. Carolina, 1949 

Longest Non-Scoring Pass 

76, Jermaine Lewis from Scott Milanovich vs. 
West Virginia, 1993 




Pass Receptions - Game 

Geroy Simon vs. Florida St., 1995 

Russ Weaver vs. Wake Forest, 1993 

FrankWycheckvs.Va.Tech, 1990 

Jermaine Lewis vs. Ga. Tech, 1995 

Frank Wycheck vs. NC State, 1990 

Jermaine Lewis vs. N'C State, 1995 

Allen Williams vs. Syracuse, 1994 

Geroy Simon vs. W. Virginia, 1994 

Marcus Badgett vs. Wake Forest, 1992 

Marcus Badgett vs. Pittsburgh, 1992 

JohnTice vs. Clemson, 1982 



Receiving Yardage — Career 



Jermaine Lewis. 1992-95 

Geroy Simon, 1993-96 

Azizuddin Abdur-Ra'oof, 1984-87 

Marcus Badgett, 1990-92 

Barry Johnson, 1987-90 

Greg Hill, 1982-84 1 

7. FerreU Edmunds. 1984-87 1 

8. James Milling, 1984-87 1 

9. Russell Davis, 1981-83 1 

10. Frank Russell, 1972-74 1 

11. Vernon Joines. 1985-88 1 

12. Mancel Johnson, 1993-96 1 

1.5. Dean Richards, 1975-78 1 



14. Frank Wycheck, 1990-92 
15 Garv Collins, 1959-61 



16. Russ Weaver. 1992-94 1 



17. Vince Kinney, 1974-77 

18. Dan Bungori. 1971-73 

19. JohnTice, 1979-82 

20. Dan Prunzik, 1989-92 



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Marcus Badgett (Sr). 1992 1 

Jermaine Lewis (So ). 1993 

Jermaine Lewis (Sr), 1995 

Geroj Simon (So.), 1994 

Greg Hill (Sr). 1984 

Jermaine Lewis (Jr.), 199) 

Barry Johnson (Jr.). 1989 

Dan Prunzik (Sr.), i l > l )2 



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Izizuddin Vbdur-Ra'oof (So.), 1985 671 

B James Milling Qr), 1986 650 

I. Barry Johnson (Sr.), 1990 629 

:. izizuddin ibdur-Ra'ool (Sr.), 1987 617 

; Russ Weaver Or.), 1993 606 

V Ferrell Edmunds (Sr.), 1987 603 

'■,. Lloyd Colteryahn (Sr.), 1952 593 

>. Jason Kremus (Sr), 1993 576 

' Dean Richards (Sr), l l >"8 575 

I Greg Hill Or), 1983 570 

) Tom Brown (Sr), I9(>2 55" 

V Billy Van Heusen Or.), 1966 536 

Receiving Yardage - Game 

Marcus Badgett vs Pittsburgh, 1992 251 

Jermaine Lewis vs No. Carolina, 1993 25t> 

James Milling vs No Carolina, 1980 220 

Marcus Badgett vs Duke, i l >92 218 

Jermaine Lewis vs Duke. 1995 205 

' Jermaine Lewis vs Ga Tech, 1095 189 

Russell Davis vs. Penn State, 1982 188 

Marcus Badgett vs. Wake Forest, 1992 187 

Marcus Badgett vs. Clemson, 1992 184 

i Greg Hill vs. Miami, 1984 182 







ircus Badgett holds the single-game record lor 
leiving vards nith 251, set against Pittsburgh in 




Bill] \an Heusen holds records for yards per catch in 
a career and season. 

Yards Per Catch - Career 
Minimum 35 Receptions 

I Bill) Van Heusen, 1965-67 l l > is 

2. Lloyd Colteryahn, 1050-52 18.56 

3. James Milling, 1984-87 18.08 

4. Pete Augsberger, 1948-50 17.76 

5. GregHill, 1982-84 17.74 

6. A/izuddin Abdur-Raoof. 1984-87 17.55 

7. Marcus Badgett, 1990-92 17 ts 

8 RussellDavis, 1981-83 17.17 

9. Bobby Collins, 1964-66 17.11 

10. Jason Kremus. 1990-93 Too 

II Chuck White 1975-77 16.88 

12. Eric Holder 1982-85 16.78 

13. Ferrell Edmunds. 1984-87 16.25 

14. Barn Johnson. 198~-90 16.24 

15 (Ian Collins. 1959-61 15.97 

l(. WalterWhite, 1973-74 15.96 

17. Dan Bungori, 1971-73 15.90 

18. VinceEnney, 1974-77 1582 

19 Stanley Karnash, 1948-50 15.81 

20. Dean Richards, 1975-78 15.51 

Yards Per Catch - Season 
Minimum 20 Receptions 

I Billy Van Heusen (Jr .). 1966 21.44 

2. GregHill (Jr.). 1983 21 II 

3. James Milling (Jr.). 1986 19 70 

4 Azizuddin Abdur-Raoof (So). 1985 19-17 

5 Russell Davis (So.), 1981 19.15 

6. Lloyd Colteryahn (Sr.), 1952 18 53 

7. Barn, Johnson (Sr.). 1990 18.50 

8. Bobby Collins (Jr.). 1965 is 18 

9. Jermaine Lewis (So.), 1993 In K) 

10. James Milling (Sr). 198" 18.14 

II izizuddin Vbdur-Ra'oof (Fr I, 1984 17.52 

12 Ferrell Edmunds Or.), 1986 17.50 

13 Chuck White Or), 1976 17.48 

14. Ferrell Edmunds ( sr i. 1987 17.23 

15. Rick Carlson (Sr). 1968 17.10 

16. Pete Augsberger (Sr). 1950 16.88 

17 Marcus Badgett (Sr.), 1992 16.53 

18. RussellDavis (Jr .). 1982 16.48 

19 Dean Richards ( Sri. 1978 16 43 

2(). waller White (Sr.), 19 _ 4 16.30 



Receiving Touchdowns - Career 

i immune Lewis, 1992-95 21 

2 GregHill, 1982 84 18 

5 GaryCollins, 1959-61 12 

i Marcus Badgett, 1990-92 11 

Barry Johnson 1987-90 11 

6 Mancel [onnson, 1993 96 10 

Geroj Simon, 1993-96 10 

izizuddin Vbdur-Ra'oof, 1984 87 10 

Ferrell Edmunds, 1984-87 10 

Dan Bungori, 1971-73 10 

1 1 Vernon Joines, 1985-88 9 

Mike Lewis, 1979-82 9 

13 Russell Davis. 1981-83 8 

Chuck While. 1973-77 8 

Waller While. 1973-74 8 

LouWeidensaul, 1950-52 8 

1". Jason kremus, 1990-93 7 

James Milling, 1984 s~ 7 

Sean Sullivan. 1983-86 7 

John Ticc. 1979-82 7 

Bill) Van Heusen, 1964-66 - 

DarrylHill. 1963-64 ~ 

Tom Broun. 1960-62 7 

Howie Dare. 1954-57 7 




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Receiving Touchdowns — Season 

1. Jermaine Lewis (Jr.). 1994 9 

Marcus Badgett (Sr.), 1992 9 

3. Dan Bungori (So.), 1971 8 

4. Jermaine Lewis (So.), 1993 7 

(In- Hill (Jr.). 1983 7 

GregHil] (So.), 1982 7 

Bill) Van Heusen (Jr.), 1966 7 

Darryl Hill (Jr.). 1963 7 

9. Barn Johnson (Jr.), 1989 6 

James Milling (Jr.). 1986 6 

DonRatliff (Sr). 1972 6 

12. Geroy Simon (So.), 1994 5 

Jason Kremus (Sr.), 1993 5 

Vernon Joines (Jr.), 1987 5 

Sean Sullivan (Fr), 1983 5 

Russell Davis (Jr.), 1982 5 

Kim Hoover (Sr). 1975 5 

Walter White (Jr.). 1973 5 

19. 1" players 4 

(last time: Omar Cheeseboro, 1997) 

Receiving Touchdowns - Game 

1. Jermaine Lewis vs. W. Virginia, 1993 3 

James Milling vs. No. Carolina. 1986 3 

3. 24 players 2 

(las! time: Omar Cheeseboro vs. \C State, 199") 




Dan Bungori hauled in eight touchdown receptions in 
1971, the most l>\ a sophomore and third highest total 
in a single season. 




Annual Leaders 



1 969 
Jerniaine Lewis holds records for most receiving TDs in 

a season and in a game, most career 200-yard receiving ' ' 

games and consecutive 100-yard receiving games. 1971 



200-Yard Receiving Games - Career 

1. Jermaine Lewis, 1992-95 2 

Marcus Badgett, 1990-92 2 

3. James Milling, 19S4-87 1 

200-Yard Receiving Games - Season 

1 Marcus Badgett (Sr). 1992 2 

Consecutive 200-Yard Receiving Games 

1 Marcus Badgett (Sr). 1992 2 

100-Yard Receiving Games - Career 

1. Jermaine Lewis. 1992-95 15 

2. Marcus Badgett. 1990-92 5 

3. Greg Hill. 1982-84 4 

IOO-Yard Receiving Games — Season 

1 Marcus Badgett (Sr), 1992 5 

2 Jermaine Lewis (Sr), 1993 4 

Jerniaine Lewis (Jr.), 1994 4 

Jermaine Lewis (So.), 1993 4 

Consecutive IOO-Yard Receiving Games 

I Jerniaine Lewis (Jr.), 1994 4 

2. Jermaine Lewis (Sr ). 1995 2 

Jermaine Lewis (Sr.), 1903 2 

Jermaine Lewis (So.), 1995 2 

Marcus Badgell (Sr). 1992 2 



1972 
1973 
1974 
1975 
1976 
1977 
1978 
1979 
1980 
1981 
1982 
1983 
1984 
1985 
1986 
1987 
loss 
1989 
1990 

1991 
1002 
1005 
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1995 

1006 
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Player Rec.-YdsTl 

Elmer Wingate 12-145 

Elmer Wingate 9-32 

Stan Karnash 16-245 

Pele Augsberger 25-422 

Lou Weidensaul 18-249 

Lloyd Colteryahn 32-593 

ChetHanulak 10-152 

Bill Walker 13-209 

Jack Healy 10-182 

Howie Dare 10-74 

Bill Turner 7-74 

Ed Cooke 14-137 

BenScotti 18-282 

Ron Shaffer 18-141 

Gary Collins 14-350 

Gary Collins 30-404 

Gary Collins 30-428 

Tom Brown 47-557 

Darryl Hill 4.5-516 

DickAbsher 22-268 

DickAbsher 33-382 

Billy Van Heusen 25-5.36 

Rick Carlson 24-309 

Bernard Demczuk 23-215 

Roland Merritt 19-499 

DonRatliff 26-242 

Dan Bungori 32-490 

Dennis O'Hara ^l-tl!< 

DonRatliff .36-515 

Frank Russell 39-468 

Frank Russell 31-404 

Kim Hoover 38-532 

Charlie White 23-402 

Eugene Kinney 32-505 

Dean Richards 35-575 

Jan Carinci 30-275 

Chris Havener 20-436 

John Tice 31-353 

John Tice 34-396 

Russell Davis 29-465 

Greg Hill 51-820 

A/i/uddin Abdur-Ra'oof 35-671 

James Milling 33-650 

Bren Lowery 44-252 

Vernon Joines 29-433 

Barn Johnson 43-689 

Frank Wycheck 38-309 

Frank Wycheck 45-4.38 

Marcus Badgell 75-1,240 

Jermaine Lewis 52-957 

Geroj Simon 77 soi 

Jerniaine Lewis 66-937 

Germ Simon 35-534 

MoisesCruz 29 537 

Jerniaine \rrmglon 23-366 



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SCORING 



Most Points Scored 
fereer— 308, Jess Atkinson, 1981-84 
Season- 1 ()2. Rick Badaiijek, 1984 

Sr.-96, Ed Vereb, i l >s->; i.u Gambino, 1947 

Jr.-102, Rick Badanjek, 1984 

So.-87, Jess Atkinson, 1982 

Fr.-oo, Jess Ukinson, 1981 

Most Touchdowns 

Career- k>. RickBadanjek, 1982-85 

Season- io. Rick Badanjek, 1984; Ed Vereb, 1955; 
Bob Shemonski, 1950; l.u Gambino, 1947 
Sr.-lb. Ed Vereb, 1955; Lu Gambino, 1947 
Jr.-io, Kick Badanjek, 1984; Bob Shemonski, 1950 
So.- 1 ). RickBadanjek, 1983 
ftv-9, Rick Badanjek, 1982 

Most Two-Point Conversions 
Cancr-s. RickBadanjek, 1982-85 
Season-5. Kick Badanjek. 1984 

Most Points Kicking 
|Breer-308,Jess Atkinson, 1981-84 
Sca.son-.s,s. less Ukinson, 1984 

Sr.-ss. Jess Atkinson, 1984 

Jr.-73,Jess Ukinson, 1983 

So.-87,Jess Atkinson, 1082 

Fr.-oo. [ess Atkinson, 1981 



Points Scored — Career 

less ukinson. 1981-84 308 

Kick Badanjek, 1982-85 286 

DanPlocki, 1985-88 233 

Steve Mike-Mayer, 1972-74 203 

Steve \tkins. 1975-78 192 

Louis Carter, 1972-74 102 

Jermaine Lewis, 1992-95 158 

Dan DeArmas, 1988-91 158 

Charlie Wysocki, 1978-81 158 

i. Joe Donnell. 1994-96 I 18 

. Buddj Rodgers, 1994-97 136 

. Ed Modzelewski, 1949-51 I $2 

DaleCastro, 1979-80 121 

EdVereb, 1953-55 120 

. EdLoncar, 1976-78 118 

I Tommy Neal. 1985-80 110 

MikeSochko, 1975-77 lis 

Bob Shemonski. 1949-51 US 

. Bernardo Bramson, 1964-66 110 

Greg Hill. 1981-84 108 

Points Scored - Season 
RickBadanjek (Jr.), 1984 [02 

Bob Shemonski (Jr.), 1950 97 

Ed Vereb (Sr), 1955 96 

l.u Gambino (Sr.), 194" 90 

Jess Ukinson (Sr). 1984 88 

Jess Ukinson (So.), 19S2 8" 

Louis Carter (Jr ). 1973 84 

Ste\e Mike-Mayer (Sr I, 1974 79 

DanPlocki (Sr). 1988 "8 

Jess Ukinson (Jr.), 1983 73 



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Scoring Records 



Most PATs Sr.-17, Dan I'locki, 1988; Jess ukinson. 1984 

Career- 1 28. Jess Atkinson, 1981-84 Jr.— 17, Dale Castro, 1979 

Season-39, Jess Atkinson, 19x2 So.- 10, jess Ukinson, I9)S2 

Sr.-.r. Jess Ukinson. 1984 Fr.-I2. Jess Ukinson. 1981 

Jr.-33, Sieve Mike-Mayer, 1973 Game-5, DaleCastro vs. Mississippi si . 1979 

So.-39, Jess Atkinson, 1982 Consecutive- 10, DaleCastro, 1979 

Fr.-2 I.Jess Ukinson. 19S1 

Consecutive (Career)-92. Dan I'locki. 1985-88 Field Goals Attempted 

Consecutive ( Season )-V). Jess Ukinson, 1982 Career-82. Jess Ukinson. I9KI-X4 

Season-20. Ed l.oncar. I9"8 
Best PAT Percentage Sr _, (i ,. , ^ , 97g 

Career- 1. 000. Dan I'locki (92 of 92). 1985-88; Dan _ S|m , ^.^ ,973 

DeArmas (62 of62), 1989-92 S() _,, m ^ [% Nllkl .. Nb ,,, ,„- , 

Season-1.000, Jess Atkinson (39ol $9), l982;Dan Ff 2] . ukins()|1 |l)S| 

Plocki,29of29>.l9S0;JessA,k,nsou<28ol2SI, ^ ^ M ± ^ 

1983; Dan Hock, (2- of 27), 1988; Dan DeArmas ^ g 

(24 of 24), 1989; Dan DeArmas (23 ol '25). 19911: 

DanPlocki (20 of 20), 1985; John Hannigan (17 of Field Goal Percentage 

17), 1901; Dan I'locki (10 of 10). 198";Dan Career (min. 20att)-.778,JoeO'Donnell (28 of 

DeArmas (15 of 15), 1991; Bernardo Bramson (IS .50), 1994-90 

of 15), 1905; Ramon Paretics (1.3 of 15). 1985 Season (min. 12 att)-.850, Jess Ukinson (17 of 

Sr.-I.(l(lO. Dan I'locki (27of27), DISS 20). 1984 

Jr.-l (100. Jess Ukinson (28 of 1^). 1983 Sr.-.850, Jess Atkinson ( 1" of 20). 1984 

So.-l. 000. jess Ukinson (59 of 59). 1982 jr.-809. DaleCastro (17 of 21), 1979 

Fr.- 1.000, DanPlocki (20 of 20), 1985 So.-. 786, Dan I'locki (11 of 1 4). 1980 

Fr.-.846, DanPlocki (11 of 13), 1985 
Most Field Goals Made Ga|m ,_ | ^Castro (5rffl ls Miss St |u - u 

Career-o(). Jess Ukinson. 1981-84 

Season- r, D;ui I'locki. 1988; Jess Atkinson. 1984; Longest Field Goal 

Dale Castro, 1979 54. Sieve Mike-Mayer vs. Yillanova. 1973 

Ed Loncar (Sr). 1978 "3 

12. Rick Badanjek (Sr). 1985 "2 

13. Dale Castro (Jr ). 1979 70 

14. Sieve Mike-Mayer (Jr.). 1973 69 

15. MikeSochko (So.), 1975 67 

10. Charlie Wysocki (Jr.). 1980 66 

Sieve Ukins(Sr). 1978 66 

Ed Modzelewski (Sr). 1951 66 

19. Dan DeArmas Or.), 1990 05 

20. DanPlocki (So). 1980 02 

Touchdowns Scored - Career 

I RickBadanjek, 1982-85 46 

2. Steve Atkins. 1975-78 52 

3. Louis Carter. 1972-74 2" 

4. Jermaine Lewis. 1992-95 20 

Charlie Wysocki, 1978-81 26 

6. Buddy Rodgers, 1994-9" n 

Ed Modzelewski. 1949-51 21 

8. EdVereb. 1955-55 20 

9. Tommy Neal. 198.5-80 |o 

'^a l Bob Shemonski. 1949-51 19 

II GregHill, 1981-84 18 

12. Alvm Blount. 1983-86 17 

Chet Hanulak. 1951-55 17 

Lu Gambino, 1946-47 17 

15. \lvin Maddox, 1975-78 10 

16. John Schultz, 1972-75 is 

• — — 17. Ricky Johnson, 1988-89 14 

*- Dm Wilson, 1972-76 14 

less Atkinson is Man lands all-time leading scorer Ralph Felton. 1951-53 

with 508 points. He also holds even kick-scoring 20. Jack Scarbath 1950-52 13 

record bv class. Ed Fullerton. 1950-52 




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Rick Badanjek holds the records lor most career and 
season touchdowns. 

Touchdowns Scored — Season 

I. Kick Badanjek (Jr.), 1984 16 

EdVereb (St), 1955 16 

BobShemonski(Jr.), 1950 16 

l.ii Gambino (Sr), 1947 16 

5. Louis Carter (Jr.), 1973 14 

(. Rick Badanjek (Sr.), 1985 12 

7. Charlie Wysocki (Jr.), 1980 11 

Steve Atkins (Sr). 1978 11 

Ed Modzelewski (Sr.), 1951 11 

II). Jennaine Lewis (Jr.). 1994 9 

Marcus Badge-It (Sr), 1992 9 

Rick Badanjek (So.), 1983 9 

Rick Badanjek (Fr.), 1982 9 

Alvin Maddox (Sr). 1978 9 

Steve Atkins (Jr.), 19" 9 

John Schullz (Jr.), 1974 9 

Bernie Faloney (Sr), 1953 9 

18. Ricky Johnson (Sr.), 1989 8 

Mike Beasle\ (So.), 1988 8 

Tommy Neai (Sr). 1986 8 

Most Points Kicking - Career 

1 Jess Atkinson. 1981-84 508 

2 DanPlocki, 1985-88 255 

3. Sieve Mike-Mayer, 1972-74 205 

t DanDeArmas, 1988-91 158 

5 Joe OTtonnell, 1994-96 148 

(i Dale Castro, 1979-80 121 

" EdLoncar, 1976-78 118 

8 MikeSochko, 1975-77 115 

i i Bernando Bramson, 1964-66 no 

in Brian Kopka, 1997 present 88 



Most Points Kicking - Season 

Jess Atkinson (Sr). 1984 88 

Jess Atkinson (So.), 1982 87 

Steve Mike-Mayer (Sr), 1974 79 

DanPlocki (Sr.). 1988 78 

Jess Ukinson (Jr.). 1983 73 

Ed Loncar (Sr.), 1978 73 

Dale Castro (Jr.), 1979 70 

Steve Mike-Mayer (Jr.), 1973 69 

MikeSochko (So.), 1975 67 



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11. Dan Plocki (Sr), 1988 

12. Don Decker (Jr.), 1952 

13. EdLoncar (Sr.), 1978 

Steve Mike-Mayer (So.), 1972 2 

15. DanDeArmas (So.), 1989 2 

Jess Atkinson (Fr), 1981 2-i 

Kambiz Behbahani (Sr), 1971 2 

Bernardo Bramson (Sr), 1966 2 

Bob Dean (Sr.), 1950 2 

20. DanDeArmas (Jr.). 1990 2 



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Most PATs - Career 

1. Jess Atkinson, 1981-84 128 

2. Dan Plocki, 1985-88 92 

Steve Mike-Mayer, 1972-74 02 

4. Joe O'Donnell, 1994-96 64 

5. Don Decker, 1951-53 65 

Bob Dean, 1948-50 63 

7. Dan DeArmas, 1988-91 62 

8. MikeSochko, 1975-77 58 

9. Bernardo Bramson, 1964-66 56 

II). EdLoncar, 19'6-^8 52 

Most PATs - Season 

1. Jess Atkinson (So.), 1982 39 

2. Jess Atkinson (Sr). 1984 37 

Don Decker (So), 1951 37 

4. Steve Mike-Mayer (Sr). 1974 34 

5. Joe O'Donnell (So.), 1994 55 

Steve Mike-Mayer (Jr.). 1973 33 

7. MikeSochko (So.), 1975 31 

8. Dan Plocki (So.), 1986 29 

9. Jess Atkinson (Jr.). 1983 28 

Bob Dean (Jr.), 1949 28 



Most Field Goals Made - Career 

Jess Atkinson. 1981-84 6( 

Dan Plocki, 1985-88 4 

Steve Mike-Mayer, 1972-74 5 

Dan DeArmas, 1988-91 

Joe O'Donnell, 1994-96 

Dale Castro. 1979-80 

EdLoncar, 1976-78 

Mike Sochko, 1975-77 

Brian Kopka, 1997-present 

Bernardo Bramson. 1964-66 



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Jess Atkinson (Sr.), 1984 

Dale Castro (Jr.), 1979 

Jess Atkinson (So.). 1982 1( 

Ed Loncar (Sr). 1978 1( 

Jess Atkinson (Jr.), 1983 

Steve Mike-Mayer (Sr.). 1974 

Dan DeArmas (Jr.). 1990 

Brian Kopka (So.). 1998 

Jess Ukinson (Fr), 1981 

MikeSochko (So.), 1975 

Steve Mike-Mayer (Jr.), 1973 



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less Uklnson, 1981 84 82 

Steve Mike Mayer, 1972 74 "I 

. Dan Plocki, 1985 88 63 

Dan DeArmas, 1988-91 13 

DaleCastro, 1979-80 39 

Bernardo Branson, 196 1 66 39 

Joe O'Donnell, 1994-96 $6 

BdLoncar, 1976-78 55 

Brian Kopka, 1997-present 28 

MikeSochko, 1975-77 28 

Iost Field Goals Attempted - Season 

Ed Loncar (Sr.), 1978 26 

Steve Mike-Mayer (Sr.), 1974 25 

Steve Mike-Mayer (Jr I, 1973 24 

Dan Plocki (Sr.), 1988 11 

Jess Alkmson (So.), I l )S2 11 

Steve Mike Mayer (So.), 1972 11 

Jess \ikinsoii (Fr), 1981 21 

DaleCastro Qr), 1979 21 

MikeSochko (So I, 1975 21 

V less Ukinson (Sr.), 1984 2(1 



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Highest Field Goal Pct. — Career 
Minimum 20 \ttempts 
I toe O'Donnell, 1994 <)i, 778 (28 ol $6) 




2 Dan Plocki, 1985 88 

i Dan DeArmas, 1988-91 

i. Jess Ukinson, 1981-84 

5 DaleCastro, 1979-80 



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Mini mum 12 Attempts 
i Jess Atkinson (Sr.), 1984, .850 (17 of 20) 

2. DanPlocW (Fr.), 1983) 846(11 ol 13) 

i DaleCastro Qr.), 1979 809 (17of21) 

4. Jos \1k1ns011 Qr.), 1983 789(15ol id) 

5 Dan Plocki (So 1 1986 786 (11 of 14) 

6 Dan DeArmas (Jr.), 1990 778 (I ml 18) 

". DanPlodd(Sr.),1988 773(17of22) 

s. JoeO'Donnell (Sr.), l l )% 733 HI of IS) 

9. Jess \tkinson (So >. 1982 T ( 1(> ol 22 I 

in Dan DeArmas (So.), 1989 688 (11 of 16) 



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LuGarabino id 

Harry Honk 5 

Stan Lavine 7 

BobSbemonski 16 1 

JackScarbatb 7 

ChetHanulak 6 

Bernie Faloney 911 

Dick Bielski 6 is 

EdVereb 16 

John Fritscb 3 l 

Howie Dare 1 

John Fork's 6 

Jim Joyce 8 

dan Collins 1 

John Hannigan 17 

Tom Brown 6 

DarrylHill 8 " 

Bernardo Bramson ... 17 

Bernardo Bramson is 

Hilh Van Heusen 7 

Rick Carlson 2 4 

Bill) l.ovett 8 

Paul Fitzpatrick 3 2 

Robert linker 3 9 

\n Seymore 3 

Kambiz Behbahni it 

Steve Mike Mayer 2s 

Louis darter U 9 

Sine Mike-Mayer 34 

MikeSochko 31 

Inn Wilson " 

Steve Ukms (I 

BdLoncar 23 

DaleCastro 19 

Charlie \Usocki II 

Jess \lkmson 24 

less \lkmson 39 

Jess \1k1nson 28 

Rick Badanjek 16 I) 

RickBadanjek 12 

Dan Plocki 29 

Bren Lowery 7 

Dan Plocki (I 2" 

Dan DeArmas 24 

Dan DeArmas 23 

Dan DeArmas 15 

David DeArmas..... 2s 

Jermaine Lewis 7 9 

JoeO'Donnell 33 

Budik Rodgers ... " 9 

JoeO'Donnell 16 

JoeO'Donnell is 

Buddy Rodgers 5 

Brian Kopka 12 

Brian Kopka 11 



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Punt Returns 

Career-82, Bob Smith, 1972-74 
Season-40, Bob Smith, 1973 

Sr.-35, Larry Marshall, 1971 

Jr.-40, Bob Smith, 1973 

So.-H Mike Hopson, 1990 

Fr.-10, Mike Lewis, 1979 
Game-8, Larry Marshall vs. Villanova. 1971 

Punt Return Yards 
Career-899, Bob Smith, 1972-74 



ETURN RECORDS 



Season-420, Bob Smith, 1973 

Sr.-375, Larry Marshall, 1971 

Jr.-t20, Bob Smith, 1973 

SO.-308, Bob Smith, 1972 

Fr.-136, Orlando Strozier, 1993 
Game-146, Bob Shemonski vs. NC State, 1950 

Yards Per Punt Return 
Career (min. 20 returns)— 15.23, Joe Petruzzo, 
1950-51 



Season (min. 12 returns)-21 23, Joe Petruzzo, K 
Sr.-15.31, Ronnie Waller, 1954 
Jr.-l-4.57, Bob Shemonski, 1950 
So.-21.23, Joe Petruzzo, 1950 
Fr— 10.46, Orlando Strozier, 1993 

Punt Returns for Touchdown 
Career-3, Bob Smith, 1972-74 
Season-2, Bob Smith, 1973 



Punt Returns - Career 

Bob Smith, 1972-74 82 

Larry Marshall, 1969-71 67 

Keeta Covington, 1983-86 60 

Steve Trimble, 1976-80 56 

Mike Lewis, 1979-82 S3 

Mike Hopson, 1989-91 51 

Dean Richards, 1975-78 44 

Lloyd Burruss, 1976-80 41 

Kenny Roy, 1973-76 40 

BrenLowery, 1986-89 38 

Jim Davidson, 1959-61 37 

Boh Shemonski, 1949-51 36 

Kenny Dutton, 1967-69 32 

Fred Cooper, 1964-66 32 

Bobby Collins, 1964-66 31 

Richie Harris, 1988-92 30 

Joe Petruzzo, 1950-51 .30 

Rick Badanjek. 1982-85 27 

Ronnie Waller, 1951-54 27 

Joe Horning. 1951-54 26 



Punt Returns - Season 

Boh Smith (Jr.), 1973 

Larry Marshall (Sr), 1971 

Mike Hopson (So.), 1990 

Dean Richards (Jr.), 1977 

Richie Harris (Sr.), 1992 




Larry Marshall (Jr.), 1970 28 

Bob Shemonski (Jr.), 1950 28 

Keeta Covington (So.), 1984 26 

Lloyd Burruss (Jr.), 1978 25 

Mike Lewis (Jr.). 1981 24 

Bob Smith (So). 1972 23 

Steve Trimble (Sr.), 1980 11 

Bren Lower) (Sr), 1989 21 

Kenny Ron (Jr.), 1975 21 

Kick Badanjek (So.), 1983 20 

Steve Trimble (Jr.), 1979 19 

Kenny Roy (Sr), 1976 19 

Jim Brecbhiel (Sr.), 1975 19 

Bob Smith (Sr). I9"4 19 

Keeta Covington (Sr.), 1986 18 

Punt Return Yards — Career 

Bob Smith, 1972-74 899 

Lam Marshall. 1969-71 656 

keeta Covington, 1983-86 S2S 




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yards in a career and season. 



4. Bob Shemonski. 1949-51 490 

5. JoePetruzzo, 1950-51 157 

6 Mike Hopson, 1989-91 356 

7. Ronnie Waller, 1951 54 349 

8. BrenLowery, 1986-89 33 i 

9. Steve Trimble, 1976-80 333 

id Ken Schroy, 1972-74 316 

li [imDavidson, 1959-61 296 



12. Jermaine Lewis, 1992-95 28 

13. Tom Brown, 1960-62 28 

14. Dean Richards, 1975-78 28 

15. Kenny Roy, 1973-76 27 

16. Bobby Collins, 1964-66 2" 

17. Rick Badanjek, 1982-85 27 

18. Dick Nolan, 1951-53 26 

19. JimLaRue, 1947-49 26 

20. Johnldzik, 1948-50 26 

Punt Return Yards - Season 

1. Bob Smith (Jr.), 1973 42 

2. Bob Shemonski (Jr.), 1950 40 

3. Larry Marshall (Sr), 1971 37 

4. Boh Smith (So.), 1972 30 

5. JoePetruzzo (So.), 1950 2" 

6. Keeta Covington (So.), 1984 2" 

7. Mike Hopson (So.), 1990 24 

8. Rick Badanjek (So.), 1983 22 

9. Bren I.owery (Sr), 1989 21 

10. Jim Brecbhiel (Sr). 1975 20 

Ken Schroy (Sr), 1974 20 

12. Ronnie Waller (Sr), 1954 19 

13. Tom Brown (Jr.). 1961 19 

14. Dean Richards (Jr.), 1977 19 

Lam Marshall (Jr.), 1970 19 

16. JoePetruzzo (Jr.), 1951 18 

I". Bob Smith (Sr). 1974 

18. Lloyd Burruss (Jr.), 1978 Id 

Jim Davidson (Jr.). 1960 Id 

20. Kenny Ambrusko (So.), 1962 Id 

Yards Per Punt Return - Career 

Minimum 20 Returns 

l. JoePetruzzo, 1950-51 15.. 

1. Bob Shemonski. 1949-51 15' 

5. Ronnie Waller. 1951-54 12.4 

4. ken Schroy 19 _ 2-"4 12.0 

5. John Id/ik. 1948-50 12. i 

6. Jermaine Lewis, 1992-95 12.0 

". Bob Smith, 1972-74 10 4 

s JimBrechbiel, 1972-75 10.J 

9 Orlando Strozier, 1993-96 10.0-4 

10 Rick Badanjek. 1982-85 I0.0.| 

n. Larry Marshall. 1969-71 9 

12. Bobbj Collins, 1964-66 83 

li Keeta Covington, 1983-86 8.3 

14. BrenLowery, 1986-89 8. 1 



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1 Jim Davidson, 1959-61 8.00 

n MikeHopson, 1989-91 6.98 

1 Kenny Roy, 1973 76 6.95 

s Howie Dare, 1954 57 6.90 

I Darryl Hill, 1963-64 6.86 

i Dean Richards, 1975 78 6.50 

Yards Per Punt Return - Season 
lininuim 12 Returns 

Joe Petruzzo (So I, 1950 .'I .23 

Ronnie Waller (Sr I, 1954 15.31 

BobShemonskiOr.), 1950 14.57 

Bob Smith (So >, 1972 1339 

Jermaine Lewis (Sr.), 1995 12.67 

Sam Johnson (Jr.), 1979 1125 

RickBadanjek(So I, 1983 11 15 

Jim Brechbiel (Sr). 1975 10.84 

Larry Marshall (Sr.), 1971 I()."l 

■Joe Petruzzo Or), 1951 10.65 

■Jim Davidson Or), I960 10.56 

I. Keela Covington (So I, 1984 10.54 

I BobSmith Or.), 1973 10.50 



Geroy Simon (Sr). 1996 10.50 

15, Orlando Strozier (Fr.), 1993 10.46 

16 Bren Lowerj (Sr.), 1989 10 I i 

17 Fred Cooper (Jr), i 1 "'^ 9-25 

18 BobSmith (Sr I, 1974 9.00 

19 Bobbj Collins (Sr ). 1900 8 89 

20 Keeta Covington (Sr I, 1986 8.39 

Punt Ret. for Touchdown - Career 

i BobSmith, 1972-74 5 

2. Jermaine Lewis, 1992-95 2 

Ronnie Waller, 1951-54 2 

Punt Ret. for Touchdown - Season 

I BobSmith (Jr), 1973 2 

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(last tunc [ermaine Lewis, (>o vs, \c State, 1995) 




Annual Leaders 




rn Marshall is second on the all-lime lists lor punt returns and punt return \ardage in a career. 



Year Player No.-Yds \ig. 

1947 Vernon Sieben 8-101 12.62 

1948 James LaRue 9-124 13.77 

1949 JamesLaRue 8 138 17.25 

1950 Joe Petruzzo 13-276 21.23 

1951 Joe Petruzzo 17-181 10.65 

1952 BernieFaloney 8-109 13.62 

1953 Chel Hanulak 10-163 16 50 

1954 RonnieWaller 13-199 is 51 

1955 EdVereb 10-81 8 10 

1956 Ted Kershner 9-41 i.55 

1957 HowardDare 10-49 1-90 

1958 Bob Rusevlyan SIS x.SS 

1959 Dwayne Fletcher 7-77 11.00 

1960 Jim Davidson 16-169 10.56 

I%I Tom Brown 8-194 24.25 

1962 Kenny Ambrusko 9-10" is =,s 

1963 DarryiHill 16-115 7.18 

1964 DarryiHill 6-36 6.00 

1965 Fred Cooper 16-148 9.25 

1966 Bobbj Collins 18-160 8.89 

1967 BobHalej 8-125 15.62 

1968 Kenny Dutton 16-10" 6.68 

1969 Tony Greene 14-43 i"~ 

1970 Larrj Marshall 28-192 6.85 

1971 Larrj Marshall 35-375 10.71 

1972 BobSmith 23-308 13-39 

1973 KenScbroy 10-108 10.80 

1974 KenSchroy 11-206 18.72 

ITS Jim Brechbiel 19-206 10.84 

1976 Dean Richards 11-94 s St 

IT" Dean Richards 32-192 (.1111 

1978 Lloyd Burruss 25-169 6 76 

1979 Sam Johnson 12-135 11.25 

1980 Steve Trimble 22-164 7.45 

1981 Mike Lewis 2-1-151 6 29 

1982 Mike Lewis 13-72 5.53 

1983 RickBadanjek 20-223 His 

I9N4 Keeta Covingion 2d-2"-t 10.54 

1985 Keeta Covington 16-103 << <s 

1986 Mike Anderson 8-124 15.50 

198" Mike Vnderson 8-54 6 75 

1988 BrenLowery P-121 7.11 

1989 Bren Lower. 21-215 10.14 

1990 MikeHopson 34-240 7.05 

1991 MikeHopson 17-116 6.82 

1992 Richie Harris 30-154 5.13 

1993 Orlando Strozier 13-136 10.46 

1994 Jermaine Lewis 9-73 8.11 

1995 Jermaine Lewis 12-1S2 12.67 

1990 Orlando Strozier 8-88 11.00 

199" Tom Jackson 12-43 3-58 

I99S GuilianGary 12-99 8.25 






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Kickoff Returns 
Career-72, Keeta Covington, 1983-86 
Season-34, Bren Lowery, 1988 
Sr.-23, Chad Scott, 1996 
Jr.-34, Bren Lowery, 1988 
So.-25, Keela Covington, 1984 
Fr.-16, Andrew Carter, 1993 

Kickoff Return Yards 

Career-1,520, Keeta Covington, 1983-86 
Season-702, Bren Lowery, 1988 

Sr.-587, Larry Marshall, 1971 

Jr.-702, Bren Lowery, 1988 



So.-52", Raphael Wall. 1992 
Fr.-331, Tommy NeaL, 1983 
Game-182, Allen Williams vs. Perm Stale, 



1993 



Yards Per Kickoff Return 
Career (min. 20 returns 1-26.24, Tom Brown, 

1960-62 
Season (min. 12 returns)-3 1.00, John Schultz, 

1975 

Sr.-3 1.00, John Schultz, 1975 

Jr.-24.38, Darryi Hill, 1963 

So.-24.21, Lewis Sanders, 1997 

Fr.-22.07, Tommy Neal, 1983 



Kickoff Returns for Touchdown 
Career-2, Richard Jennings, 1972-75; Tom Brown. 

1960-62; Dennis Condie. 1959-61 
Season-2, Richard Jennings, 1975; Dennis Condie, 196 

Longest Kickoff Return for TD 

100. Kenny Ambrusko vs. Navy, 1964; Dick Novak/ 

Dennis Condie vs. Virginia, 1960 (Novak returm 

to the 9-yard line, then Intended to Condie wht 

returned 91 yds. for TD) 

Longest Non-Scoring Kickoff Ret 
97, Sammy Johnson vs. Vanderbilt, 1980 



Kickoff Returns — Career 

1. Keeta Covington, 1983-86 72 

2. Larrj Marshall, 1969-71 65 

3 Bren Lowery, 1986-89 51 

4. Chad Scott, 1995-96 49 

5. Louis Carter, 1972-74 45 

6 Doug Lawrence, 1989-92 36 

". Ricky Johnson, 1988-89 35 

8 Jermaine Stewart, 1993-94 33 

9 Jermaine Lewis, 1992-95 32 

Alvin Thomas, 1968-70 32 

Kenny Dutton, 1967-69 32 

12. Allen Williams, 1968-70 30 

13. Mike Anderson, 1986-89 28 

Tim Quander, 1981-82 28 

15. John King, 1968-69 27 

16. Mark Mason, 1990-93 25 

17. Raphael Wall, 1991-94 24 

Mike Lewis, 1979-82 24 

19. Richard Jennings, 1972-73 23 

20. TedKershner, 1956-58 22 

Kickoff Returns — Season 

1 Bren Lowery (Jr.), 1988 34 

2. Allen Williams (Jr.), 1993 30 

3. Chad Scott (Jr.), 1995 26 

i Keeta Covington (So.). 1984 25 

5 Raphael Wall (So). 1992 24 

Keeta Covington (Jr.), 1985 24 

Kenny Dutton (So.), 1967 24 

8. Chad Scott (Sr.), 1996 23 

Doug Lawrence (So), 1990 23 

Keeta Covington (Sr). 1986 23 

Tim Quander (Sr.), 1982 23 

12. Jermaine Stewart (So), 1994 11 

Larry Marshall (Sr.), 1971 22 

Larry Marshall (So.), 1969 11 

15. Lam Marshall (Jr.). 1970 21 

16. Louis Carter (So.), 1972 20 

17. Lewis Sanders (So.), 1997 19 

is Ricky Johnson (Sr.), 1989 18 

19 Ricky Johnson Qr.), 1988 r 

JohnKingOr.), 1968 17 

Kickoff Return Yards - Career 
i Keeta Covington, 1983-86 ..1,520 

2 Lain Marshall. 1969 "I 1,507 

i Bren Lowery, 1986-89 I 091 




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kickoti returns and kitkoii return yardage. 



4. Chad Scott, 1995-96 1,08; 

5. Louis Carter, 1972-74 1,02 

6. Doug Lawrence, 1989-92 71 

Tim Quander, 1981-82 71 

8. Ricky Johnson, 1988-89 6" 

9. Jermaine Lewis, 1992-95 66 

10. Alvin Thomas, 1968-70 65 

11. John King, 1968-69 64! 

12. Kenny Dutton, 1967-69 63 

13. Allen Williams, 1993-94 62 

14. Richard Jennings. 1972-75 56' 

15. Jermaine Stewart, 1993-94 561 

16. Tom Brown, 1960-62 55 

17. Raphael Wall, 1991-94 52 

18. Bob Shemonski, 1949-51 52 

19. Mark Mason, 1990-93 50( 

20. Mike Anderson, 1985-89 49( 

Kickoff Return Yards — Season 

1. Bren Lowery (Jr.), 1988 70! 

2. Allen Williams (Jr.), 1993 62 

3. Lam Marshall (Sr). 1971 58 

4. Keeta Covington (Jr.), 1985 55( 

5. Chad Scott (Jr.), 1995 54< 

6. Chad Scott (Sr), 1996 53' 

7. Tim Quander (Sr.), 1982 531 

8. Raphael Wall (So), 1992 52 

9. Keeta Covington (Sr). 1986 48' 

III. Keeta Covington (So.). 1984 47 

II tarn Marshal] (Jr.), 1970 46« 

12. Doug Lawrence (So.), 1990 46 

13. Lewis Sanders (So.), 199" 461 

It Kenny Dutton (So), 196" 

15. Lam Marshall (So.), 1909 

16. Louis Carter (So.), 1972 4J : 

1". Jermaine Stewart (So). 1994 4l( 

18. John Schultz (Sr), 1975 46; 

19. Ricky Johnson (Jr.), 1988 J8 

20. John Kins (Jr.), 196S 3g| 

Yards Per Kickoff Ret. — Career 
Minimum 20 Returns 

1. Tom Brown, 1960-62 26.2] 

2. Tim Quander. 1981-82 25.5) 

3. BobShemonsW, 1949-51 24.8 

t Richard Jennings, 1972-75 2i." 

5 John Kins. 1968 69 ill 

6 Larn Marshall, 1969 71 23?ll 



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mi Lower) holds the record tor most kickoff returns 
i .1 season with 54, set in l l )88. 



Louis Carter, 1972-74 22. '5 

lewis Sanders, 1996-presenl 22. S" 

Chad Scott, 1995 96 22.10 

Raphael Wall. 1991-94 21% 

Brer. Lowery, 1986-89 21.39 

Keeta( ovington, 1983 86 211 1 

Jermaine Lewis, 1992-95 20.84 

Ulen Williams, 1993-94 20.70 

\K in rhomas, 1968-70 20 17 

MarkMason, 1990-93 20.00 

Doug Lawrence, 1989-92 19.83 

Kennj Dutton, 1967 69 19.81 

Ricky Johnson, 1988-89 I 1 ' 20 

fedKershner, 1956-58 18.09 



Yards Per Kickoff Ret. - Season 
wmimum 12 Returns 

JohnSchultz (Sr.), 1975 51.00 

Larrj Marshall (Sri. 1971 26.68 

DarrylHill (Jr.), 1963 24. is 

LewisSanders in. |, [997 2-t.21 

Bren Lowerj (Sr 1. 1989 23.86 

ChadScod (Sr 1. 1996 23 22 

Keeta Covington (Jr.), 1985 23 17 

Iim Quander (Sr.), 1982 23.04 

Ricky Johnson (Jr.), 1988 11 *1 

I John King (Jr.), 1968 22.4~ 

.. Urn Marshall (Jr.). 1970 11 53 

:. Louis Carter Or.), 1973 111^ 

I. Tomtm Neal (Fr I, 1983 22.07 

i. Raphael Wall (So.), 1992 21% 



Uvin Thomas (So ), 1968 21.46 

Louis Carter (So 1. 1972 212s 

MikeBeasley (Fr.), 1987 21 1 1 

Chad Scott (Jr.), '995 21.12 

Keeta Covington (Sr.), 1986 21 o l ) 



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1. Richard Jennings, 1972 "S 2 

IbmBrown, 1960-62 

Dennis Condie, 1959-61 1 

Kickoff Ret. for Touchdown - Season 
I Richard Jennings (Sr.), 1975 2 

Dennis Condie (Jr.), l%(> 2 

.V 13 players l 

(last time: Lewis Sanders, 90 vs. \<> Carolina, I')')") 



John Schult/ holds the record lor Kickoff return 
average in a season, set in 19~S. 



Year 
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1948 
1949 
1950 
1951 
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1954 
1955 
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Annual Leaders 



Player No.-Yds Ivg. 

LuGambino 7 174 24.85 

!<>li 1 1 Baroni sir 29.40 

Vernon Seibert 8 182 11 "5 

BobShemonski 10-259 25.90 

BobShemonski (> 12(1 21 00 

Dick Nolan 6-180 30.00 

ChetHanulak 6-131 23.50 

Ronnie Waller 4-121 i0 25 

EdVereb 5 1 1 1 22.80 

fedKershner 'I K.I 17.88 

led Kershner S l(,l 20 12 

Bob Gallagher 5-113 22011 

Dwayne Fletcher 8 155 19 r 

DennisCondie 10 -iSi J5 20 

Dennis Condie 0-120 13.33 

torn Brown 11-284 25,81 

DarrylHill 13-317 2t is 

Kenn) tabrusko 9 2so ii 11 

Bobbj Collins 10-270 r 00 

Billy Van Heusen 8-173 2102 

kenm Dutton 2 I tS 4 18.91 

Kenny Dutton S ISO 1: 50 

John Kins '0-267 26.70 

lain Marshall 21-469 22.33 

lam Marshall 22-587 20 OS 

Jamie franklin II 239 21.72 

Louis Carter 14-512 11. 20 

foms Carter 11-286 26.00 

Richard Jennings 8-297 57 12 

Kenm R05 12-252 21 00 

Steve \lkms SI to 17.50 

Steve \lkins 8-228 28.50 

Mike Lewis 10-134 13 W 

Lloyd Hurruss 10-101 10.10 

Mike Lewis 14-200 20.71 

Tim Quander 23-530 23.04 

Tommy Neal 15-331 22.07 

Keeta Covington 25-4 _ 10.10 

Keeta Covington 24-556 23 17 

Keela Covington 23-485 21 09 

MikeBeaslev 14-200 21 I 4 

Ricky Johnson 17-388 22 S2 

Bren Lowery 14-5.54 23.86 

MarkMason 11-254 23.09 

Doug Lawrence 12-245 20.41 

Jermaine Lewis 10-268 26.80 

Mien Williams 30-621 20.70 

Jermaine Lewis 10-210 21.60 

Chad Scott 26-540 21.12 

ChadScott 23-534 i\ 1: 

lewis Sanders 19-460 24.21 

(ermaine Arlington 8-189 23.62 





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All-Purpose Running Attempts 
Career-"88. Charlie Wysocki, 1978-81 
Season-338, Charlie Wysocki, 1980 
Sr.-297, Steve Atkins, 1978 

Jr.-338, Charlie Wysocki, 1980 
SO.-258, Charlie Wysocki, 1979 
Fr.- 1 86. LaMont Jordan. 1997 

All-Purpose Running Att. - Career 

1 Charlie Wysocki. 1978-81 "88 

2. Louis Carter, 1972-74 655 

3. Steve Atkins, 1975-78 652 

4 Rick Badanjek. 1082-85 618 

5. Bren Lowery. 1086-89 580 

6. Alvin Blount, 1983-86 498 

7. Willie Joyner. 1080-83 491 

8. Billy Lovett, 1966-68 476 

0. ArtSeymore. 1970-72 46" 

0. Mark Mason, 1990-93 461 

1 Buddy Rodgers. 1994-9" 431 

2. LaMont Jordan, 199'-present 369 

3. Akin Maddox. 1975-78 364 

4. Ed Modzelewski. 1949-51 362 

5 Troy Jackson. 1988-91 359 

6. Alvin Thomas, 1968-"0 350 

". Ricky Johnson. 1988-80 330 

8. Brian Inderwood. 1994-9" 329 

9. Richard Jennings, 1972-75 .319 

20. Tommy Neal, 1983-86 298 

All-Purpose Running Att. — Season 

1 Charlie Wysocki (Jr.), 1980 338 

2. Steve Atkins (Sr), 1978 29" 

3 Charlie Wysocki (So.), 1979 258 

4. Louis Carter (Sr.), 1974 255 

5 Louis Carter (Jr.). 1973 244 

6. ArtSeymore (So.), 1970 23" 

7. Willie Joyner (Sr). 1983 221 

8. Billy Lovett (Sr), 1968 220 

9. Bren Lowery (So.), 198" 212 

George Scott (So.), 19 77 210 

Troy Jackson (Jr.). 1990 200 

Wiliie Joyner (Jr.). 1982 194 

Rick Badanjek (Jr.). 1984 193 

Tom Hickey (So), 1964 193 

Alvin Blount (Jr.), 1985 189 

LaMont Jordan (Fr). 199" 186 

Mark Mason (Sr). 1993 185 

LaMont Jordan (So). 1998 183 

Buddy Rodgers (So.), 1995 183 

20 Ulen Williams (Sr.), 1994 180 

All-Purpose Running Yards - Career 

I Jermaine Lewis. 1992-95 3.950 

1 Louis Carter. 1972-74 3,704 

5 Bren l.owry. 1986-89 3.665 

1 Steve ukins. 1975 "8 3,535 

5 Charlie Wysocki, 1978 81 3,519 

6 Rick Badanjek, 1982-85 5,406 

" Uvin Blount, 1983-86 2,885 

8 Mark Mason, 1990-93 2,738 

Willie Joyner, 1980-83 2,671 

in Lain Marshall. 1969-71 2.573 



All-Purpose Running Yards 

Career-3.950. Jermaine Lewis. 1992-95 

Season-1,562. Steve Atkins. 19"8 
Sr.-1,562, Steve Atkins. 19"8 
Jr.-1,42 7 . Bob Shemonski, 1950 
So.-l, 262, Charlie Wysocki. 1979 
Fr.-920. LaMont Jordan, 1997 




Jermaine Lewis holds the record for most all-purpose 
yards in a career with 3.950. 



Gerov Simon. 1993-96 2,490 

TomBrown, 1960-62 2.38^ 

Boh Shemonski. 1949-51 2,336 

Chel Hanulak. 1951-53 2.296 

1 J Modzelewski, 1949-51 2,194 

Ricky Johnson, 1988 89 2,160 

Keeta Covington, 1983-86 2,160 

Bill] Lovett, 1000 os 2.160 

Richard Jennings, 1972-75 2,139 

Buddj Rodgers. 199) 9" 2.086 



All-Purpose Yards Per Play 
Career (min. 1.000 yds (-10.25. Chad Scott. 1995-96 
Season (min. 600 yds )-2 1.00. Billy Van Heusen, 196( 

Sr.-18.50, Barry Johnson, 1990 

Jr.-21.00, Billy Van Heusen, 1966 

So.-18.54, Azizuddin Abdur-Ra'oof. 1985 

Fr.-15.37, Jermaine Lewis, 1992 

All-Purpose Running Yards — Seasoi 

1. Steve Atkins (Sr). 19"8 1,56: 

2. Louis Carter (Sr.), 1974 1.49s 

3. Bob Shemonski (Jr.). 1950 1.42' 

4. Charlie Wysocki (Jr.), 1980 1,38: 

5. Bren Lowery (Jr.). 1988 1.31: 

6. Charlie Wysocki (So). 1979 1.26. 

". ArtSeymore (So.). 1970 1,25- 

8. Tom Brown (Sr), 1962 1.2-42 

9. Marcus Badgett (Sr). 1992 1,241 

10. Lu Gambino (Sr.), IO47 1,21! 

11. Louis Carter (Jr.), 19"3 1.2L 

12. Ricky Johnson (Jr.), 1988 1,20 

13. Chet Hanulak (Sr), 1953 1,17 

14. Jermaine Lewis (Sr). 1995 1,1" 

15. Rick Badanjek (So). 1983 1.15- 

Willie Joyner (Jr.), 1982 1,15 

17. Willie Joyner (Sr). 1983 1,151 

18. George Scott (So). 19"" 1,14; 

19 Bren Lowery (Sr.), 1989 1,131 

20. Jermaine Lewis (So.). 1993 1,13: 

All-Purpose Yards Per Play - Caree 
Minimum 1,000 Yards 

1. Chad Scott. 1995-96 19.2- 

2. Marcus Badgett. 1989-92 1731 

3. Greg Hill, 1981-84 17.1! 

4. lames Milling. 1984-8" 16.8, 

5. Azizuddin Abdur-Ra'oof. 1 984-8" 16." 

6 Russell Davis. 1979-83 16.4* 

". Barry Johnson, 198"-90 16.2- 

8. Vince Kinney, 19"4- l6.ll 

9. Terrell Edmunds. 1984-8" 15.' 

10. Keeta Covington. 1983-86 15..s.| 

All-Purpose Yards Per Play - Seasoi 
Minimum 6(10 Yards 

1. Billy Vim Heusen (Jr.). 1966 21.(K 

2. Greg Hill (Jr.), 1983 19-9J 

3. Jermaine Arlington (Jr.). 1998 18.6. 

4. Tom Brown (Jr.), 1901 18. M 

5. Azizuddin Abdur-Ra'oof (So.), 1985 18. ; 

6. Barn Johnson (Sr). 1990 L8.5J 

". James Milling (Jr.). 1986 1".9. 

8. Russell Davis (So.), 1981 1" 

9. Lloyd Colteryahn (Sr I, 10^2 i".6 ; 

10 Jermaine Lewis (So ). 1993 17.4J 

11 Larrj Marshall (Sr.), I9"l I".; 

12. KeeIaC0v111gn.il (Jr.), 1985 16.. 

1.3. Marcus Badgett (Sr.), 1992 16.31 

li Barn Johnson (Jr.), 1980 (6.0| 

15, Greg Hill (Sr), 1984 15.4' 

10 izjzuddin tbdur-Ra'oof (Sr.), 198" 15.4 1 

1" Jermaine Lewis (I r). 1992 15..- 

IS lerniaine Lewis (Jr.), 1994 Iv 

19 Keeta Covington (Sr.), 1986 15.. 

jo Keeta Covington (So.), 1984 14- 



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PUNTING 



Punting Records 



Total Punts 
Career-268, Dan DeArmas, 1988-91 
Season-90, Dan DeArmas, l ( ) ( )l 
Game- 12, Sieve Vdamsvs. Florida, 1981 

Punting Yards 
Career-10,627, Dan DeArmas, 1988-91 
Season-3.615, Han DeArmas, 1991 



Punting Average 
Career-4! s, Bill Walker, 1953-55 
Season-43 8, Scon Milanovich, 1993 
Sr.-42.2, PhilWagenheim, 19" i 
Jr.-4l.8,Scotl Milanovich, 1994 
SO.-43.8, Scotl Milanovich, 1993 
Game-52.7, Scott Milanovich vs, \c state. 1993 

Longest Punt 
88, |ohn Fritsch vs. Miami, 1936 





Total Punts - Career 

Dan DeArmas, 1998-91 268 

DaleCastro, 1978-80 224 

Russ Edwards, 1995-98 221 

DanylWright, 1984-87 209 

MikeSochko, 1975-77 169 

Greg Fries, 1968-70 168 

Howard Humphries, 1963-63 142 

Scott Milanovich, 1992-93 133 

Alan Sadler, 1982-83 132 

Gary Collins, 1959-61 113 



Total Punts - Game 

Steve Vdams vs. Florida, 1981 12 

Dale Castro vs. Penn St., 1979 1 1 

DaleCastro vs. Kentucky, 1979 11 

Mike Sochko vs. Cincinnati, ITS 11 

GregFriesvs Syracuse, 1969 11 

Greg Fries vs. Clemson, l%8 1 1 

Russ Edwards vs. Clemson, 1998 10 

DanDeArmasvs. Penn St.. 1991 10 

Dan DeArmasvs. No. Carolina. 1991 10 

Dan DeArmas vs. Ga. Tech, 1991 10 

DanDeArmasvs. Ga Tech. 1990 10 

Dale Castro vs. Penn St, 1978 10 

Mike Sochko vs. Penn St., 1977 10 

Punting Yards - Career 

Dan DeArmas, 1988-91 10,627 

Dale Castro, 1979-80 8,584 

Darrell Wright, 1984-87 8,389 

Russ Edwards, 1993-98 8,329 

Mike Sochko, 19 - 3-"" 6,789 

Greg Fries, 1968-70 6,696 

Scotl Milanovich, 1992-93 5,509 

Howard Humphries. 1963-63 5,290 

Alan Sadler. 1982-83 5,125 




0. Can Collins, 1959-60 



4,205 



Punting Average - Career 

Bill Walker, 1953-55 41.8 

Scon Milanovich. 1992-93 41.4 

PhilWagenheim. 1973-74 40" 

Duey Graham, 1970 40.4 

Mike Sochko. 1975-77 40.2 

DanylWright, 1984-8" 40.1 

GregFries, 1968-70 39.9 

DanDeArmas, 1988-91 39.7 

Bilh Van Heusen. 1965-67 39.6 

Man Sadler. 1982-83 J8.8 



Scott Milanovich holds records for punting average in 
a season and a game. 

Punting Average - Season 

1. Scott Milanovich (So), 1993 43.8 

2. Phil Wagenheim (Sr), 1974 42.2 

3. Scott Milanovich (Jr.). 1994 41.8 

4. Dan DeArmas (So.). 1989 41.5 

5. DaleCastro (Sr). 1980 40.9 

6. MikeSochko (Sr). 1977 40.8 

7. Darryl Wright (Sr). 198" 40.6 

8. MikeSochko (So.). 1975 40.4 

Duey Graham, 1970 404 

10. Dan DeArmas (Sr), 1991 40 2 

Punting Average - Game 

1. Scott Milanovich vs. NC State. 1993 52." 

2. Scott Milanovich vs. Wake Forest. 1993 32.3 

3. Scott Milanovich vs. Clemson. 1994 19-0 

4. Bernie Falonev vs. Mississippi. 1932 47.6 

3. Scott Milanovich vs. \irginia. 1993 47.3 

Dan DeArmas vs. Wake Forest. 1990 47.3 

Phil Wagenheim vs. Virginia. 19~4 46.6 

8. Greg Fries vs. South Carolina. 1968 45.5 

9. Phil Wagenheim vs. Wake Forest. 1968 43 

10. Russ Edwards vs. W Virginia. 1998 44." 



Year 

194" 
19(8 
1949 

1950 
1951 
1932 
1953 
1954 
1955 
1956 
1957 
1958 
1959 

I960 
1961 
1962 
1963 
1964 
1963 
1966 
96" 
1968 
1969 
1970 
1971 
1972 
1973 
19-4 
1975 
1976 

19- 
19"8 
1979 
1980 
1981 
1982 
1983 
1984 
1985 
1986 
1987 
1988 
1989 
1990 
1991 
1992 
1993 
1994 
1993 
1996 
199" 
1998 



Player No.-Yds \yg. 

EarlRoth 56-2,090 57.3 

Earl Roth 19-1,820 37.1 

Karl Roth id I s-o 39.8 

Jack Targarona 61-2,213 56.2 

Bernie Falonej 27-911 53.7 

Bernie Falonej 29 1,137 39.2 

Bernie Falonej l9- _ 55 39.7 

Frank Tamhurello 15-519 54.6 

Lynn Beightol 20-701 33.0 

JohnFriisch 27-1,020 38.0 

Ed Cooke 39-1,409 56 l 

Bob Layman 22-832 37.8 

Gary Collins 32-1.259 39.4 

1. an Collins 33-1.136 33 

Gary Collins 48- 1 ,788 37. 3 

Don White 11 673 50.6 

Howard Humphries -4.3- 1. 51" 35.3 

Howard Humphries 46-1,736 37.7 

Howard Humphries 53-2,037 58 1 

Billy Van Heusen 16-1,839 W.O 

Bill) Van Heusen 54-2,118 39.2 

GregFries "2-2.824 39.2 

Greg Fries "2-2.832 393 

Duej Graham 53-2.1 10 10 i 

John Petronaci 67-2,407 35.9 

Ken Schroy 48-1.836 38 5 

Phil Wagenheim 54-2, 1 23 59 j 

PhilWagenheim 52-2,193 12 2 

Mike Sochko 57-2,303 10 i 

MikeSochko 51-1.996 39.1 

MikeSochko 61-2,490 40.8 

Dale Castro 66-2,372 35 9 

DaleCastro 83-3.110 37.5 

DaleCastro 75-3,066 W.9 

Steve yams 59-2.298 39.0 

Alan Sadler 56-2,163 38.6 

.Alan Sadler 59-2.326 39.4 

Darryl Wright 22-910 41.4 

DanylWright 55-2,153 39.2 

Darryl Wright 69-2,771 i0.2 

Darryl Wright 63-2,555 40.6 

Dan DeArmas 51-1.882 369 

Dan DeArmas 57-2368 4] .3 

Dan DeArmas "0-2. "62 39 .5 

Dan DeArmas 90-3.613 40.2 

David DeArmas 55-1,882 34.2 

Scott Milanovich 50-2.189 43.8 

Scott Milanovich 51-2.132 41.8 

Scott Milanovich 33-1.21" 36.9 

Russ Edwards "3-2.663 56 5 

Russ Edwards 58-2.204 38.0 

Russ Edwards 68-2.693 39.6 




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IfH^^^HH DEFENSE HBHHHHi 






Defense Records 


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Tackles (since 1969) 


Interceptions 


Sc-140, Frank Tamburello, 1954 


Career-481, Eric Wilson, 1981-84 


Career-17, Tom Brown, 1960-62 


Fr.-147, Joe Horning, 1951 


Season-188, Neal Olkewicz, 1978 


Season-10, Bob Sullivan, 1965 


Game-1 11, Dick Lewis vs. NC State, 1956 


Sr.-188, Neal Olkewicz, 1978 


Sr.-lO, Bob Sullivan, 1965 




Jr.-178, Eric Wilson, 1983 


Jr.-8, Tom Brown, 1961 


Interceptions Ret. for Touchdown! 


So.-137, Ratcliff Thomas, 1994 


So-7, Bob Smith, 1972 


Career-2, Bob Haley, 1966-68; Ernie Arizzi, 1961-63 


Fr.-136, Mike Corvino, 1979 


Fr.-6, Joe Horning, 1951 
Game— i, Lendell Jones vs. Duke, 1982 


Season-2, Bob Haley, 1968 


Sacks (since 1969) 




Longest Interception Ret. for TD 


Career-24, Mike Corvino, 1979-82 


Interception Return Yards 


100, Tom Brown vs. Virginia, 1962; Dick Lewis vs. NC 


Season-13, MarkDuda, 1982; Bruce Palmer, 1978 


Career-275, Tom Brown, 1960-62 


State, 1956; Joe Horning vs. Missouri, 1951 


Sr.-13, MarkDuda, 1982; Bruce Palmer, 1978 


Season-147, Joe Horning, 1951 




Jr.-12, Bruce Mesner, 1985 


Sr.-133, Cliff Crosby, 1998 


Longest Non-Scoring Interception Ret. 


S0.-8, Ernie Salley, 1975 


Jr.-112, Bill McFadden, 1981 


89, Kevin Benson vs. Virginia, 1973 



Tackles - Career 

1. Eric Wilson. 1981-84 48) 

2. Chuck Faucette, 1983-86 466 ft 

3. Ratcliff Thomas, 1993-96 424 ' 

4. Eric Barton, 1995-98 417 J 

5. MikeJarmolowich, 1989-92 414 ' 

6. BradCarr, 1974-77 386 

7. Scott Savior, 1987-89 382 

8. Bruce Palmer, 1976-78 351 

9. Mike Corvino, 1979-82 347 

10. TedKlaube. 1975-77 344 

11. Kevin Walker, 1985-87 330 

12. Charles Johnson, 1975-78 303 

Tackles — Season 

1. Neal Olkewicz (Sr.), 1978 188 

2. Ted Klauhe (Sr), 1977 186 

3. Eric Wilson (Jr.), 1983 178 

4. Harry Walters (Jr.), 1974 173 

5. Kevin Walker (Sr.), 1987 172 

6. Eric Wilson (Sr), 1984 160 

7. Eric Barton (Sr.), 1998 159 

Brian Matera (Sr.), 1979 159 

9. Brad Carr (Jr.), 1976 157 

10. MikeJarmolowich (Jr.), 1991 153 

11. Chuck Faucette (Sr.), 1986 151 

Bruce Palmer (Sr.), 1978 151 

13. Kevin Benson (Sr.), 1975 149 

14. Randy White (Sr.), 1974 147 

15. Chuck Faucette (Jr.), 1985 144 

16. Kendall Ogle (Sr.), 1998 143 

17. Kendall Ogle (Jr.), 1997 138 

Brad Carr (Sr.), 1977 138 

Neal Olkewicz (Jr.), 1977 138 

20. Ratcliff Thomas (So.), 1994 137 

Sacks - Career 

1. Mike Corvino. 1979-82 24 

2 MarkDuda. 1979-82 19 

Charles Johnson, 1976-78 19 

Bruce Palmer. 1976-78 19 

5. Eric Ogbogu, 1994-97 18.5 

6, Bruce Mesner, 1983-81 18 

Gurnesl Broun. 1979-82 18 

8 Joe Campbell, 1973-76 I 7 

9. Jack Bradford, 1987-90 15 Brie Wilson recorded 481 tackles in his c 

Ernie Salley, 1974-77 15 most of any player in school history. 




Sacks - Season 
1. MarkDuda (Sr.), 1982 13 

Bruce Palmer (Sr.), 1978 13 

3. Bruce Mesner (Jr.). 1985 12 

Charles Johnson (Sr.), 1978 

Randy White (Sr.), 1974 12 

6. Mike Corvino Or.), 1981 1 1 

Marlin Van Horn (Sr.), 1979 11 

8. Gurnest Brown (Jr.), 1981 1.0 

Jack Bradford (Sr.), 1990 



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10. Ernie Salley (So.), 1975 8 

Interceptions - Career 

1. Tom Brown, 1960-62 1" 

2. Lendell Jones, 1980-83 14 

3. Bob Sullivan, 1962-63 13 

4. A.J.Johnson, 1993-96 12 

Bob Smith, 1972-74 12 

Bernie Faloney, 1951-53 12 

7. Howard Eubanks, 1979-82 10 

Lloyd Burruss, 1976-80 10 

Ralph Lary, 1977-80 10 

Ken Schroy, 1972-74 10 

11. Keeta Covington, 1983-86 9 

Clarence Baldwin, 1981-85 9 

Jim Brechbiel, 1972-75 9 

Wally Stalnaker, 1967-69 9 

Joe Horning, 1951-54 9 

16. Chad Scott, 1995-96 8 

8 

8 

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8 



Michael Mollis. 1987-90. 

J.B. Brown, 1985-88 

Bill McFadden, 1979-82 . 
Kenny Roy, 1973-76 

Bob Shemonski. 1949-51 



Interceptions - Season 

Bob Sullivan (Sr.), 1965 Ill 

Tom Brown (Jr.), 1961 8 

Clarence Baldwin (Sr.), 1983 " 

Lendelljones (Jr.). 1982 7 

RalphLarj (Jr.), 1979 " 

Bob Smith (So.), 1972 7 

VJ Johnson (Jr.), 1995 

Keeta Covington (Jr.). 1985 

Larrj Marshall (Sr). 1971 

lom Brown (Sr.), 1962 

Bernie Faloney (Sr.), 1955 



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Joe Horning (Fr I, I'M (> 

13 CliffCroshv (Sr.), 1998 5 

ChadScotl (Sr I, 1996 5 

jimBrechbiel (So.), 1973 5 

i.im Greene (Jr.), 1969 5 

Wall) Slalnaker Or-), 1968 5 

j Rodnev Breedlnve (Jr.), 1958 5 

EdFullerion (jr.), 1951 5 

|im LaRue (Sr.), l l )i l ) 5 

! Interception Ret. Yards - Career 
I lorn Brown, 1960-62 275 

2 |oe Morning. 1951-51 Ill 

) Bill McFadden, l9"9-82 212 

|4. Bernie Faloney, 1950 53 207 

5 Lloyd Burruss. 1976-80 173 

6 |im LaRue. lor i9 Ids 

7. Ernie \n//i. 1961-63 166 

8 KenSchroy, 1972 74 I6S 

') Frank Tamburello, 1954 55 161 

Id Ralph Lary. l9"~-80 loo 

11 loePetruzzo. 1950-51 143 

12 I B Brown. 1985 88 1(2 

13 W'ally Slalnaker, 1967-69 138 

1 1 CliffCrosby, 1995-98 133 

15 Lam Marshall, 1969-71 l.il 

K. Eddie romlin. 1988-89 120 

I" Keela Covington. 1983-86 112 

18 Dickie Lewis, 1956-58 Ill 

19 Mike Mullen 1980-82 110 

.'(i |im Lavruskv. 1965-67 107 




liki Corvino holds the record lor sacks in a career 
villi 24. 



Interception Ret. Yards - Season 
i [oe Horning (Fr), 1951 I r 

I Frank lamburello (So.), 1954 1 10 

3. CliffCrosb) (Sir.), 1998 133 

I. Larrj Marshall (Sr). 1971 131 

s TomBrown (Sr.), mi \ll 

6. Eddie Tomlin (Sr I, 1989 120 

-. BillMcFadden < h ) . 1981 112 

8 Dickie Lewis (So.), 1956 1 11 

9 Jim LaRue(Sr.), 1949 103 

in Ralph Larj <)n. 1979 102 

JoePetruzzo (So.), 1950 102 

12. Lewis Sanders (So.), 1997 99 

13. Ernie \n//i (Sr.), 1963 98 

I I fomBrown (Jr.), 1961 95 

15 Keeta Covington (Jr I, 1985 9 1 

LloydBurruss (So I, 1977 94 

17 Bernie Falonej (Jr). 1952 90 

is Kevin Benson (So.), 1973 89 

I') Irvin Smith (Sr.), 1988 86 

J(l Wall) Slalnaker (Jr.), 1968 "I 

Annual Leaders 




Annual Leaders 



Year 
1969 
1970 
1971- 

19-4 
1975 
1976 
1977 
1978 
1979 
1980 
1981 
1982 
1983 
1984 
1985 
(986 
1987 
1988 
1989 
1990 
1991 
1992 
1993 
1994 
1995 
1996 
1997 
1998 



Tackles 
Player No. 

John Dyer 99 

Peter Mania 113 

"i mil available 

Main Wallers 173 

Kevin Benson 149 

BradCarr 157 

Ted Klaube 186 

Neal OIkewicz 188 

Brian Matera 159 

Joe Wilkins 131 

MikeMuller 10" 

Joe Wilkins 119 

Eric Wilson 1"8 

Eric Wilson 160 

Chuck Faucette 144 

Chuck Faucette 151 

Kevin Walker 172 

Scon Savior 119 

Glenn Page 1 1 1 

Glenn Page 102 

Mike Jarmolowich 153 

Mikejarmolowich 1 10 

Ratcliff Thomas 106 

Ratcliff Thomas 137 

Ratdifl Thomas 103 

Eric Barton 106 

Kendall Ogle 138 

Eric Barton 1 59 



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Year 

1947 
1948 

I'M') 
1950 
1951 
1952 

1953 
1954 
1955 

1956 
1957 
1958 
1959 
I960 
1961 
1962 
1963 
1964 
1965 
1966 
1967 

1968 
1969 

1970 
1971 

19-2 
1973 

I9"4 

1975 
1976 

19" 
1978 
1979 
1980 

1981 

1982 
1983 

1984 

1985 
1986 

198" 

I9S.S 

1989 

190(1 

1991 

1992 
1993 
1994 
1995 

1996 

199" 

1998 



Interceptions 
Player No.-Yds 

John kl/ik 5-26 

John Id/ik 1 16 

Jim LaRue 5 103 

Bob Sbemonski 1 10 

[oe Horning 6 1 r 

Bernie Falone) 5 90 

Dick Nolan J 13 

Bernie Falone) 6-67 

Frank Tamburello 1 1 K) 

EdVereb 1 58 

Dave Nils/ 1 il 

Boh Rusevlvan 3-15 

Howie Dare 1 29 

Rod Breedlove 5-68 

Four players with 2 

Tom Brown 3-5X 

TomBrown 8-95 

Tom Brown 6-122 

Ernie \ri//i 1 98 

Boh Sullivan So 

Boh Sullivan 10-01 

John Hetrick 4-2* 

Walk Slalnaker 1 [67 

Walk Slalnaker 5-71 

Tony Greene 5-10 

Three players with 2 

Lam Marshall 6 131 

Bob Smith 7-24 

Jim Brechbiel S-Sl 

Jim Brechbiel 4-55 

Kennj Rov 4-17 

John Stanford 4-55 

Kenny Ro) ill 

Lloyd Burruss 3-94 

Lloyd Burruss 5- 15 

Ralph Lary "-102 

Lloyd Burruss 3-34 

Howard Euhanks 5-8 

Lendell Jones 4-15 

Howard Eubanks i-i 

Lendell Jones "-48 

Clarence Baldwin 7-5 

Eric Wilson 2-30 

Chuck Faucette 2-1 1 

keeia Covington 6-94 

Chuck Faucette 3-25 

Chad Sydnor 3-18 

J.B. Brown 4-71 

Four players with 2 

Eddie Tomlin 3-120 

Michael HoUis 3-16 

Michael Hoiks 3-0 

Andre Vaughn 

Three players wilh 2 

Orlando Siro/ier 4-63 

Wade Inge \1~ 

Andrea! Johnson 6-46 

Chad Scon 5-14 

Lewis Sanders 

Cliff Crosbv 5-133 



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TEAM RECORDS 



Victories 



Most Wins 

1976 

[951 



11-1 
10-0 



1953 . 
1955. 



10-1 
10-1 



Attendance 

Average Overall Attendance 

1985 52,322 in 12 games 

Total Overall Attendance (includes bowl games) 

1985 627,862 in 12 games 

Average Home Attendance 

1985 -10,385 in five games 

Total Home Attendance 

1083 2"8,4l5 in six games 



Scoring 

Largest Margin of Victory 
Game Washington College, 1927 



.80(80-0) 



Largest Margin of Defeat 

Game Navy, 1913 76 (0-76) 

Most Points Scored 

Season 1951 (9 games) 353 

1882 (11 games) 353 

Game Washington College, 1927 80 

(Maryland 80, Washington College 0) 

Most Points Scored by Opponents 

Season 1979 ( 1 1 games) 479 

Game Navy. 1013 76 

(Navy 76, Maryland 0) 

I Fewest Points Scored by Opponents 

Season 1953 (10 games) 21 

Most Touchdowns Scored 

Season 19SI (9 games) 52 

Game Washington College, 1927 12 

Most Touchdowns Passing 

Season 1993 ( 1 1 games) 27 

Game Clemson, 1992 5 

Villanova, 1975 5 

North Carolina. 1993 5 

West Virginia. 1993 5 

Wake Forest. 1993 5 

Most Touchdowns Passing b\ Opponents 

Season 1992 ( 1 1 games) 23 

1993 ( II games) 25 

Game Florida State, 1993 5 

Most Field Goals Made 

Season 1979 1 1 1 games) r 

198-1 (I I games) 17 

1988(11 games) r 

Game Mississippi State, 1979 5 



Most Point after Touchdowns Made 

Season 1982 ( 1 1 games) 45 (39 kick, 6 pass) 

Game Washington College, 1927 8 

Missouri, 1954 8 

Duke. 1974 8 

Virginia, 1975 8 

Most Safeties Scored 

Game Delaware, 1947 2 

Georgetown, 1950 2 

Villanova, 1974 2 

Total Offense 
Most Total Offense Yards 

Season 1992 (11 games) 5,131 

Game Virginia, 1975 802 

Fewest Total Yards Gained 

Season 1967 (9 games) 2,228 

Game Syracuse. 1959 29 

Most Total Plays 

Season 1992 945 

Game NC State, 1992 105 

Most Total Offense Yards. Opponents 

Season 1993 (11 games) 6,083 

Fewest Total Offense Yards. Opponents 

Season 1955 (10 games) 1.091 

Rushing 
Most Yards Gained Rushing 

Season 1951 (9 games) 2,921 

Game Virginia, 1975 582 

Most Rushes 

Season 19"6 (11 games) 654 

Game Miami, 1958 "0 

Fewest Net Rushing Yards, Opponents 

Season 1951 080 

Game West Virginia. 1951 -21 

UCLA, 1955 -21 

Most Rushing Yards, Opponents 

Season 1995 ( 1 1 games) 3,490 

Fewest Net Rushing Yards 

Game Navy, 1905 -58 

Highest Average Per Rush 

Game Virginia Tech. 1950 10.5 

Most First Downs Rushing 

Season 1976 ( 1 1 games) 155 

Game Virginia. 1975 28 

Fewest First Downs Rushing 

Game Michigan Stale, 1944 1 

Syracuse, 1959 l 



Fewest First Downs Rushing. Opponents 

Season 1951 4- 

Game Wake Forest, 1973 

Virginia, 1980 Q 

Passing 
Most Yards Gained Passing 

Season 1992 (11 games) 3,628 

Game West Virginia, 1993 471 

Most Passes Attempted 

Season 1992 (11 games) 51 j 

Game Florida State, 1995 62 

Most Passes Completed 

Season 1992 (11 games) 304 

Game Florida State 1995 id 

Highest Completion Pet. (Min. 10 att. ) 

Season 1993 ( 1 1 games) 039 

Game NC State, 1995 835 

Most Yards Gained Passing, Opponents 

Season 1992 (11 games) 2,96! 

Fewest Yards Gained Passing, Opponents 

Season 195" (10 games) 731 

Game Clemson, 1956 -1 

Highest Completion Pet., Opponents 

Season 1988 ( 1 1 games) 61 

Most Passes Attempted. Opponents 

Season 1981 (11 games) 445 

Game Wake Forest, 1981 6] 

Fewest Passes Completed, Opponents 

Season 1956 (10 games) 88 

Game Syracuse, 1939 (of5| 

Michigan State, IO44 (of ti) 

Delaware, 1948 (of 5) 

Boston University, 1952 (of 01 

Kentucky. 1950 (of 5) 

Most First Downs Passing 
Season 1992 ( 1 1 games) Hi- 
Game Penn State, 1992 M 

West Virginia, 1993 IS" 

Duke, 1993 l] 

Wake Forest, 1993 1? 

Fewest First Downs Passing 

Season 1951 (10 games) 

1956 ( Id games) 

Game (I 15 times (last lime Wake Forest, 1909) 

Punting 
Most Punts 

Season 1991 ( 1 1 games) "( 

Game Virginia. 195" 1- 

w Maryland, 194() l] 



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TEAM RECORDS 



■west Punts 

Season 1953 i in games) 37 

(lame Virginia, 1975 

Most Punting Yards 

■son 1991 < 1 1 games) 3,615 

■ne Syracuse, 1930 510 

Highest Punting \\g. 

Eon 1993 ( 1 1 games) i2 8 

lianic NC State, 1993 52.7 



Most Punts, Opponents 

season I 1 )" 1 ) ( 1 1 games) 



94 



First Downs 
Most Total First Downs 

■Son 1992 ( 1 1 games) 288 

Bne Virginia, 1975 35 

Clemson, 1984 35 

nest total First Downs 

Season 1966 ( 10 games) 1 14 

Game Michigan Stale. 1944 1 



Most total first Downs. Opponents 
Bason 1993 1 1 1 games) 



281 



Fewest Total First Downs. Opponents 

Season 1952 (9 games) 88 

Game Wake Forest. 1973 1 



I 



Interceptions 
Most Passes Intercepted 
Season 1951 (lO.games, including Sugar Bowl) ....38 

1951 (9 regular season games) 34 

Game Georgia, 1951 7 

Most Passes Mad Intercepted 

Season 1948 ( 10 games) 23 

1992 mi games) 23 

Game Pennsylvania, 1941 6 

Penalties 
Most Penalties 

Season 1982 ( 1 1 games) 88 

1985 HI games) 88 

Game Virginia Tech, 1950 18 

Most Yards Penalized 

Season 1982 ( 1 1 games) 851 

Game nuke. 1982 147 

Fewest Penalties 

Season 1967 (9 games) 38 

Game Duke. 1941 

Most Penalties. Opponents 

Season 1992 ( 1 1 games) 99 

Game Miami, Fla., 1957 IS 

Most Penaltj Yards. Opponents 

Season 1992 (II games) 92') 

Game Penn State, 1982 136 



Fewest Penalties. Opponents 

season 1951 (lOgames) 31 

dame (I six limes (lasl lime Soulh Carolina. 1955) 

Fewest Penaltj Yards. Opponents 

Season 1951 (lOgames) 263 

dame 0, numerous limes 

Fumbles 
Most Fumbles 

Season 1950 (10 games) 44 (lost 22) 

Game GeorgiaTech, 1952 8(lost2) 

Most Fumbles. Opponents 
season I960 (10 games) . 10 (recovered 19) 

1971 (II games) 10 (recovered in 



ll (lost 5) 



Fewest Fumbles 

Season I 1 )') I ( I I games) 
Game 0, numerous limes 



Most Fumbles Lost 

Season 1953 (lOgames) 24 

Game North Carolina. 1947 d 

Most Opponent Fumbles Recovered 

season 1970 (11 games) 23 

Game Missouri. 1950 (Gator Bowl) 5 

Wesl Virginia. 1950 5 

North Carolina. 1960 5 



ATTENDANCE RECORDS 



<etison attendance records for borne and overall since 1950. Byrd Stadium opened Sept. SO, 1950 before 43386 fans. Total attendance includes bowl games 



leasoi 


G 


W-L-T 


Total Alt. 


Average 


Home 


W-L-T 


Home An. 


Average 


Season 


G 


W-l-T 


Total Att. 


Average 


Home 


W-L-T 


Home Att 


Average 


1951) 


10 


"-2-1 


252.205 


25.221 


4 


3-1-0 


98,383 


24.596 


19-5 


12 


9-2-1 


535,63" 


44,636 


5 


4-1-0 


228.286 


45.65" 


1951 


10 


10-0-0 


308,377 


50.858 


5 


5-0-0 


137,838 


27,567 


1976 


12 


11-1-0 


450.6-2 


37,556 


6 


6-0-0 


254.156 


42.559 


1952 


9 


7-2-0 


283,992 


31,554 


3 


3-0-0 


106,746 


35,582 


1977 


12 


8-4-0 


42-.T5 


35,597 


6 


4-2-0 


2,55.-46 


39,291 


(95 s 


11 


in 1 11 


354,797 


32.254 


5 


5-0-0 


155.000 


51,000 


1978 


12 


9-3-0 


468,611 


39,051 


5 


4-1-0 


214.145 


42.820 


1954 


10 


--2-1 






5 


5-0-0 






19"0 


11 


--4-0 


418.161 


38,015 


6 


5-1-0 


208.03" 


34,673 


(955 


11 


10-1-0 


284.500 


25.865 


5 


5-11-0 


155.000 


27,000 


1980 


12 


8-4-0 


450,250 


38,021 


6 


5-1-0 


21-.061 


.56.1 — 


1956 


10 


2---1 






4 


0-3-1 






1981 


11 


4-6-I 


419,914 


58. 1"4 


4 


2-2-0 


12.5.500 


30.8-5 


[957 
i95S 


10 


5-5-0 


258.201 


25.28(1 


5 


3-2-0 


119.500 


23,900 


1982 


12 


8-4-0 


508,179 


42.548 


6 


5-1-0 


235.050 


$9,325 


10 


4-0-0 


183,747 


18,374 


3 


1-2-0 


67,000 


ll.^ 1 ^ 


1983 


12 


8-4-0 


580.656 


48.588 


6 


5-1-0 


27S.415 


46,403 


|t9SM 


10 


5-5-11 


259,000 


25.900 


5 


4-1-0 


104.000 


20.800 


1984 


12 


9-3-0 


543.6-5 


42,306 


4 


2-2-0 


140.100 


37,275 


960 


10 


6-4-0 


208.126 


20.812 


4 


2-2-0 


95,< 


23,750 


1985 


12 


9-3-0 


627,862 


52.522 


5 


4-1-0 


246.925 


19 J85 


961 


10 


--3-0 


250,500 


25.050 


5 


4-1-0 


146.000 


29.200 


1986 


11 


5-5-1 


523.654 


4-.605 


4 


1-3-0 


T5.225 


43,806 


962 


10 


6-4-0 


2"4,Ss4 


27,483 


5 


4-1-0 


132.000 


26.400 


198" 


11 


4---0 


4-1.545 


42,867 


4 


3-1-0 


148.500 


37,125 


963 


10 


3-7-0 


250.050 


25.065 


5 


2-3-0 


152.100 


26,420 


1988 


11 


5-6-0 


468,780 


42.616 


5 


3-2-0 


185.oo^ 


5". 100 


964 


1(1 


5-5-0 


269300 


26.930 


5 


3-2-0 


148.5110 


20.-00 


1080 


11 


3-7-1 


503.959 


45.814 


5 


2-5-0 


169.525 


33,905 


965 


10 


4-0-0 


270,000 


2",000 


5 


1-4-0 


138.000 


2-.600 


1990 


12 


6-5-1 


570,188 


47,516 


4 


3-1-0 


110.004 


20.-66 


966 


10 


4-6-0 


269.205 


26.926 


5 


4-1-0 


198.500 


50.-00 


1991 


11 


2-9-0 


467,961 


42.542 


4 


I-3-0 


1 5s. 5-5 


38,343 


96" 


9 


1)9-11 


2"1.42" 


30.158 


4 


0-4-0 


113.500 


28,375 


1992 


II 


5-8-0 


446,067 


40.551 


6 


2-4-0 


168.145 


28.024 


968 


10 


2-8-0 


255.5" I 


25.55" 


5 


2-3-0 


146.580 


29,316 


1005 


11 


2-9-0 


421,461 


38,355 


5 


I-4-0 


186.~3 


37,355 


969 


10 


3-7-0 


2"2.256 


2",226 


5 


2-3-0 


120.500 


24.100 


1994 


11 


4---0 


454. 204 


59.4-5 


5 


s-2-11 


144.812 


28.002 


970 


11 


2-9-0 


204.566 


18.50" 


6 


1-5-0 


84,927 


14.154 


1995 


11 


6-5-0 


442. 440 


40.222 


5 


3-2-0 


210.608 


42.121 


971 


11 


2-0-11 


52'. 109 


29.-5" 


6 


2-4-0 


110.300 


18,383 


1996 


11 


5 6-0 


501.102 


4^,s54 


6 


4-2-0 


1 "9.835 


29,972 


972 


11 


5-5-1 


2SO.102 


26.014 


5 


4-1-0 


121.168 


2-i.l^ 


1997 


11 


2-9-0 


34". 12" 


51.55- 


6 


1-5-0 


165.349 


27,558 


9-3 


12 


8-1-0 


535.225 


27,768 


6 


4-2-0 


185.025 


$0,837 


1008 


11 


$-8-0 


401,470 


36,497 


5 


2-3-0 


14 1.-36 


28.54" 


T-i 


12 


8-4-0 


445.-49 


5". 145 


6 


5-1-0 


227,970 


37,995 





















1999 MARYLAND TERRAPINS FOOTBAL 



/ 73 



YEAR-BY-YEAR OFFENSE 



Year 

194" 
1948 
1949 
1950 
1951 
1952 
1953 
1954 
1955 
1956 
195"; 
1958 
1959 
I960 
1961 
1962 
1963 
1964 
1965 
1966 
1967 
1968 
1969 
1970 
1971 
1972 
1973 

19"-! 

1975 
1976 
1977 
1978 
1979 
1980 
1981 
1982 
1983 
1984 
1985 
1986 
1987 
1988 
1989 
1990 

1991 
1992 
1993 
199 1 
1995 
1996 
199" 
1998 



G 

10 
10 

10 

10 

9 

9 

10 

10 



FD 



115 

134 

155 
16" 
161 
149 
143 
129 
115 
148 
144 

l4l 

140 

183 
160 
158 
142 
114 
116 
175 
131 

162 

193 

210 
209 
210 
214 
234 
199 
207 
105 
180 
199 
245 
246 
256 

ir 

215 

194 

211 
217 

208 

149 

288 
2"l 
235 
195 
158 
l"2 
163 





Rusr 


ing 




Att. 


Yards 


Avg/Gm 


TDs 


423 


2242 


224.2 


— 


479 


2351 


235.1 


— 


438 


1595 


159-5 


27 


472 


2112 


211.2 


33 


494 


2921 


324.6 


40 


485 


2079 


231.0 


18 


483 


2578 


257.8 


31 


425 


24S8 


248.8 


31 


516 


1962 


196.2 


21 


503 


1577 


157.7 


9 


470 


1417 


141.7 


12 


437 


1360 


136.0 


14 


474 


1765 


176.5 


13 


392 


1377 


137.7 


16 


387 


1231 


123.1 


8 


459 


1589 


158.9 


12 


455 


1405 


140.5 


20 


477 


1866 


186.6 


15 


410 


1152 


1152 


10 


364 


813 


81.3 


8 


405 


1087 


120.8 


2 


534 


1642 


164.2 


13 


512 


1676 


167.6 


7 


525 


1542 


140.1 


7 


511 


1520 


138.1 


14 


517 


1798 


163.5 


20 


601 


2215 


201.4 


24 


572 


2507 


227.9 


30 


573 


2428 


220.7 


11 


654 


2874 


261.3 


24 


571 


2040 


185.5 


25 


580 


2058 


187.1 


21 


566 


2131 


193.7 


15 


569 


1934 


175.8 


16 


500 


1714 


155.8 


15 


516 


2241 


203.7 


25 


471 


1996 


181.5 


18 


522 


2308 


209.9 


29 


504 


2039 


185.4 


20 


437 


1497 


136.1 


17 


396 


977 


88.8 


11 


481 


1785 


162.3 


17 


440 


1459 


132.6 


12 


390 


1010 


91.8 


13 


399 


1175 


106.8 


10 


432 


1503 


136.6 


19 


381 


1013 


92.1 


9 


319 


1037 


94.3 


10 


385 


1079 


98.1 


15 


i77 


1 )90 


135.5 


13 


il5 


973 


88.5 


9 


i"l 


1773 


161.2 


16 



Att. 

128 
148 
132 
167 

120 
155 
111) 
111 
112 
135 
1 46 
204 
185 
182 
214 
244 

249 
197 
235 
215 
21" 
218 
191) 
258 
285 
287 
199 
252 
218 
157 
221 

isi 

210 
204 
300 
329 
332 
306 
312 
355 
399 
290 
351 

44 I 

363 
Sit 
473 

1 28 
362 
26" 
2811 
255 



Com 

53 

54 

58 
67 
51 

46 
44 

48 

58 

51 

103 

81 

105 

115 

135 

113 

86 

119 

110 

100 

97 

70 

111 

145 

159 

118 

144 

124 
90 
117 
126 
95 
101 
149 

184 

185 
189 
166 
197 

228 
172 
189 
238 
168 
304 
302 
291 
226 
129 

164 

106 



Passing 
Int. Yards 



10 

23 

7 
17 
10 

9 
10 

8 
12 

14 

12 
21 
15 
14 
17 
H 

12 

10 

16 

10 

12 

16 

14 

20 

17 

20 

16 

11 

6 

8 

15 

13 

13 

9 

10 

II 

9 

9 

14 

II 

18 
12 
8 
20 
19 
25 
21 
13 
II 



886 
808 
936 
1096 
901 
1316 
1017 

901 

838 

612 

599 

1270 

1120 

1078 

1464 

1480 
1246 
94 1 
1283 
1624 

Il4l 

1296 
1676 
1492 
1748 
1982 
1542 
1977 
1699 
1218 
1792 
1618 
1152 
1316 
1948 
2367 
2563 
2602 
2475 
2"28 
2'48 
2101 
2510 
2774 
1815 
3628 
5823 
3037 
2411 
1 185 
1917 
1288 



Avg/Gm 

88.6 

80.8 

93.6 

109.6 

100.1 

146.2 

1017 

90.1 

83.8 

61.2 

59.9 

127.0 

112.0 

107.8 

146.4 

148.0 

124.6 

94.1 

128.3 
162.4 
126.8 
129.6 
167.6 
135.6 
158.9 
180.2 

140.2 

179.7 
154.5 
110.7 
162.9 
147.1 
104.7 
119.6 
I -- .1 
215.2 
233.0 
236.5 
22S.O 
248.0 
249.8 
191.0 
228.2 
252.2 
165.0 
529.8 
347.6 
276.1 
219.5 
155.0 
174.3 
117 l 



TDs 

11 



12 
15 
12 
10 
II 
2 

5 

4 



6 

II) 

5 

6 



6 
14 
II) 



15 

12 

6 

6 

6 

6 

II 

18 

16 

I l 

15 

15 

15 

12 



18 

26 

IS 

8 

8 

II) 

5 





Total 




Att. 


Yards 


Avg/Gm. 


551 


3128 


312.8 


627 


3159 


3159 


570 


2531 


253.1 


639 


3208 


320.8 


614 


3822 


424.7 


640 


3395 


S"l 


593 


3595 


359.5 


536 


3329 


552.9 


628 


2800 


280.0 


638 


2189 


218.9 


616 


2016 


201.6 


64 1 


2620 


262.0 


659 


2885 


288.5 


574 


2455 


245.5 


601 


2695 


269.5 


703 


3069 


506.9 


704 


2651 


265.1 


674 


2807 


280.7 


645 


2435 


243.5 


579 


24.5" 


243.7 


622 


2228 


247.6 


752 


2938 


293.8 


702 


2674 


267.4 


783 


3034 


275.8 


796 


3268 


297.1 


804 


3742 


340.2 


800 


3755 


541.4 


824 


4484 


407.6 


791 


4127 


375.2 


811 


4092 


372.6 


792 


3832 


348.4 


812 


3676 


334.2 


776 


3285 


298.5 


773 


3250 


295.5 


800 


3662 


332.9 


845 


4608 


418.9 


803 


4559 


414.5 


828 


4911) 


446.4 


816 


4515 


410.4 


-92 


4225 


.584. 1 


795 


3725 


338.6 


771 


3886 


555.5 


"91 


5969 


560.8 


851 


3784 


344.0 


-62 


2990 


271.8 


946 


5151 


466.5 


854 


4856 


439.6 


747 


4074 


$70.4 


747 


3490 


317.3 


748 


29-S 


270.5 


695 


2890 


262.- 


"1)5 


3061 


278.3 



Fum 



Pen 

NoAds 



26-11 74/591 

44-22 75/682 

38-24 57/401.^ 

39-17 54/424 
39-24 



31-12 

18-9 

22-12 

20-10 

17-7 

29- 17 

22-1 

na- 1 

na-1 

na-2 

na-1 

22-12 

na-1 3 

31-18 

39-27 

28-11 

31-20 

32-17 

31-18 

26-16 

23-17 

25-13 

18-10 

23-12 

22-15 

25-16 

23-9 

22-13 

31-12 

26-13 

20-14 

25-15 

13-7 

22-1.5 

15-10 

11-5 

12-5 

26-15 

19-8 

29- 1 5 

16-7 

16-9 

22-15 



"2/694 
58/551, 
58/503 
"5/652/ 
4-/478 
55/550 

40/41" 

45/405 
58/524 
na/453 

45/582 

58/582 

4"/491 

67/63^ 

67/671 

60/60" 

74/757 

64-629 

66/677 

"0/662 

60/671 

"5/622 

64/565 

54/498 

"0/656 

73/61 

88/851 

77/785 

77/663 

88/82-) 

84/703 

"1/551 

67/575 

" i/635 

58/443 

67/67 

66/58? 

81/67 

"6/640 

57/436 

69/6® 

69/5 ii 

77/68 






99 MARYLAND TERRAPINS F 



GTr=/n-f£i 



YEAR-BY-YEAR DEFENSE 



G 

10 

9 

>) 
in 
10 

K) 
in 
in 
in 
in 

10 
10 
10 
10 

II) 
II) 
III 
9 

10 

II) 
11 
II 
II 
II 



II 
II 



II 
II 



II 
II 



II 
II 



II) 

109 

no 
88 

loo 
l hi 

100 

137 

123 
I IS 

164 
182 
139 
126 
139 

ISO 

167 

i r 

181 

111 
161 

101 
JO I 

173 

l il 



136 
170 

U2 
In 
155 
216 

is I 
226 

220 
200 
'4' 



205 
236 
2 SO 
305 
202 
ll=i 
187 
236 
200 





Rush 


«"K 




Alt. 


Yards 


Avg/Gm 


IDs 


391 


1015 


101.5 


— 


351 


680 


75.0 


— 


— 


1053 


117.0 


— 


302 


SlO 


84.9 


— 


— 


1343 


134.3 


— 


— 


-01 


76.1 


— 


— 


2022 


202.2 


— 


SOI) 


1750 


175.0 


— 


125 


1647 


164.7 


— 


185 


1671 


167.1 


— 


502 


IS22 


182.2 


— 


460 


1615 


161.5 


— 


— 


1 202 


1202 


II 


456 


I03S 


163.5 


— 


476 


1 583 


158.3 


— 


488 


1635 


163.5 


— 


155 


IS.il 


153.1 


— 


550 


2371 


263.4 


_>_> 


329 


ll'l 


227.2 


31 


509 


1021 


192.1 


17 


soo 


1010 


173.7 


— 


SiS 


2087 


189.7 


— 


503 


1 tli 


128.5 


— 


467 


1233 


112 1 


— 


527 


l4 _ l 


133.7 


5 


536 


1704 


154.9 


IS 


466 


1284 


116.7 


7 


549 


1865 


169.5 


9 


522 


1516 


13". 8 


10 


533 


1657 


1 50.6 


9 


4<14 


1307 


118.8 


5 


404 


923 


83.9 


4 


396 


959 


87.2 


12 


486 


IS02 


L72.0 


13 


4-1" 


1671 


1 S 1 .0 


12 


467 


1384 


12S.S 


8 


4S" 


1630 


148.2 


13 


529 


2104 


191.3 


20 


4"1 


1948 


177.1 


24 


S2S 


2152 


195.6 


17 


400 


1597 


US. 2 


11 


S.S4 


200s 


190.7 


IS 


4(W 


2248 


204.4 


2S 


SS4 


3490 


317.3 


38 


531 


2018 


238.0 


23 


459 


1727 


157.0 


20 


465 


1549 


140.8 


10 


4SS 


1021 


177.4 


21 


440 


1749 


159.0 


13 



Att. 

20 1 
20(1 
130 
2IS 
198 
10s 
111 
113 
163 
174 
192 
IS I 

178 
172 

190 
201 
101 
1 40 
l' 1 ^ 
1"9 
2S2 
ll^ 

24" 
244 

201 
1 89 
200 
203 
111 
21S 
2-1 
445 
377 
341 

iiS 

318 
384 

2S0 
334 
287 
307 
318 
367 
276 
201 
538 
298 
301 
319 



Com 
97 

110 

52 
8" 
00 
83 
10 
S3 
"9 
90 
92 
-1 
ss 
so 
93 

Ol 

97 

" 

141 

91 

146 

112 
116 
104 

90 
02 
SI 

95 

100 

92 
135 

20S 
20S 
178 
179 
109 
2IS 
103 
204 
ISO 
I OS 
ISO 
198 
101 
171 
192 
IS9 
1SS 
1"2 



21 

9 
I I 
22 
IS 
30 



Passing 
l n 1. Yards 

IDS 1 
1 39 1 

"S3 

1093 

1130 
932 

00 I 

731 

1100 

1 1 38 
1107 

9"2 

1(»3S 

997 

I ISO 

I I so 
1231 
1053 

1020 
1021 

IS"I 
1781 
1653 

1453 
1351 

104S 
1037 
1245 
1302 
9"4 
1S2S 
29 IS 
22"0 



IS 
IS 
8 
IS 
13 

11 

I 1 ' 
IS 

13 

14 

9 
II) 
IS 
IS 
14 
13 
12 
10 
10 
12 
10 

9 
19 
20 
11 
12 
IS 
13 
IS 





8 

8 

S 

II 

13 

10 

II 



2230 
1972 

2544 
1993 
2SS" 
1971 
2180 
2536 
290S 

2593 

2100 
212S 
19" I 
2400 
1 1 . 1 



Vvg/Gm 

ION I 

154.0 
83 8 
109.3 
113 
93.2 
66.4 
"31 
lioo 
113.8 
110.7 
9". 2 
103.5 
99." 
115.9 

115.6 

123 1 
117.0 
192.0 
192.1 
142.8 
101.0 
150.3 
132.1 
122.S 
95.0 
94.2 
113.2 

118.4 

88.5 
138.9 
20SII 
206.4 
192.1 
202." 
179.3 
231.3 
181.2 
232. S 
179-2 
198.2 
230.6 
2oos 
235.7 
196.4 
193.5 
179.2 
ir 1 
202.0 



IDs 





2 

4 

9 



6 

9 

IS 

10 

IS 

IS 

10 

13 
11 
II 
13 
13 
13 
I', 
23 
II 

8 
12 
21 

1" 





Total 




Alt. 


Yards 


Avg/Gm. 


SOS 


2000 


200.') 


OH 


20" 1 


230.1 


— 


1808 


200.8 


577 


1942 


194.2 


— 


2473 


247.3 


— 


1091 


169.1 


010 


2686 


268.6 


013 


2481 


248. 1 


sss 


2840 


284.6 


oso 


2SOO 


280.9 


09l 


2920 


292.9 


644 


2587 


23S." 


— 


229" 


229." 


022 


2 102 


240.2 


672 


2"l2 


2"4.2 


oso 


2791 


279-1 


646 


2762 


276.2 


OSS 


3424 


380.4 


S02 


il02 


419.2 


OSS 


3114 


311.4 


825 


3481 


3I6.S 


"01 


3868 


351.0 


"SO 


3100 


287.8 


"01 


2090 


245.1 


728 


2S22 


2S0.0 


725 


2 "49 


249.9 


000 


2221 


201.9 


"32 


3110 


282.7 


"44 


2818 


256.2 


748 


2031 


239.2 


735 


2835 


257.7 


849 


3838 


5 |S ') 


"3 


3229 


293.3 


827 


4003 


364.1 


"82 


3901 


354.6 


"SS 


3356 


305.1 


84 1 


4l"4 


379.5 


SIS 


409" 


372.5 


80S 


4S0S 


409.6 


SI 2 


4123 


3-4.S 


803 


3777 


343.4 


SS2 


4634 


421.3 


831 


S210 


4-4.2 


830 


6083 


553.O 


822 


4""S 


434.4 


797 


3855 


iSO.S 


763 


3S2o 


320.0 


094 


44SO 


40S.-I 


"OS 


3971 


361.0 



111 111 

r-n 
an 

23-15 
32-1 1 



24-13 

i2 20 
22-11 
24-16 
40-19 
23-10 
26-1 1 
na-13 
na-19 
na-10 
na-12 
22-11 
nail 
26-17 
35-23 
40-22 
2.V12 
29-21 
30- 1" 
29- IS 
27-17 
20-13 
25-18 
30-14 
in 1 1 
il-lS 
17-11 

18-9 
22-11 
32-21 

15-9 
28-13 
2i-l2 

18-7 

20-11 
25-15 

18-8 
2i-|i 

IS" 
25-11 
24-13 
20-14 

15-8 



Pen 
NoAds 

SS/ 1 IS 

31/263 

10/ is I 



75/700 

1/305 
35/304 
56/527 
13/492 
J5/377 
33/295.3 
35/328 
14/497 
na/3 i3 
15/490 
43/4O" 
39/001 

5-4/514 

SO/012 

55/498 

00/08S 

66/571 

35/329 

46/477 

SO/SO 1 

SO/SIO 

08/602 

SS/SI9 

60/576 

69/703 

66/651 

62/462 

46/337 

53/363 

"1/36" 

"2/600 

64/468 

4-/390 

54/430 

00/4-3 

99/929 

80/6-2 

"3/540 

57 n2 

61/555 

li 

83/775 



1999 MARYLAND 



IFFA-F 



THE LAST TIME 



Kickoff Returned for TD 

Maryland - Lewis Sanders (90 yards) vs. No. Carolina, 9-20-97 
Opponent - Dez White ( 100 yards), Ga. Tech, 10-31-98 

Blocked Punt Returned for TD 

Maryland - Jermaine Lewis vs. Ga. Tech, 10- 10-92 
Opponent - David Carter (10 yards), W. Virginia, 9-19-98 

Punt Returned for TD 

Maryland -Jermaine Lewis (66 yards) vs. NC Slate, 1 1-4-95 
Opponent - Darnell Stephens (89 yards), Clemson, 1 1-15-91 

Interception Returned for TD 

Maryland -Cliff Crosby (52 yards) vs. Duke, 11-14-98 
Opponent - Morocco Brown (30 yards), NC State, 1 1-8-97 

Fumble Returned for TD 

Maryland - Peter Timmins (il yards) vs. Ga. Tech, 10-31-98 
Opponent - LeVar Talley ( 10 yards) , Temple, 9-26-98 

Recorded a Safety 
Maryland - vs. Ga. Tech, 10-10-92 (Sharrod Mack sacked Shawn Jones in endzone) 
Opponent - Florida St., 10-3-98 (Jamie Wu recovered fumble in endzone) 

Blocked a Punt 
Maryland - Eric Ogbogu vs. Duke, 10-26-96 
Opponent - David Carter, W. Virginia, 9-19-98 




Eric Oghogu is ilit last Herp to block a punt. vs. I) on Oct. 26. I') l )(«. 



Blocked a Field Goal 
Maryland - Renard Cox vs. Ga. Tech, 10-31-98 
Opponent - Larry Smith, Florida St., 10-3-98 

Blocked a PAT 

Maryland - Johnnie Hicks at Clemson. 10-30-93 
Opponent - Antonio Dingle. Virginia, 9-12-98 

Defensive Shutout 

Maryland - vs. Wake Forest (52-0). 10-19-96 
Opponent - Clemson (23-0), 10-10-98 

Player Scored 5 TDs 

Maryland - Bob Shemonski (11 rush, 26 rush, 82 PR, 4 rush, 8 rush) vs. Va. Tech 
11-7-50 

Player Passed for 5 TDs 

Maryland -Scott Milanovich (5, 14, 2", 5, 12) vs. NC State, 11-5-94 
Opponent - Danny Kanell (1", 10, 26, 15, 33). Florida St.. 11-6-93 

Player Scored 4 Tds 

Maryland -Jermaine Lewis (9 rec, 66 PR, U rush, 13 rush) vs. NC State, 11-4-95 
Opponent - Robert Baldwin (3 rush, 1 rush. 1 1 rush, 34 rush), Duke. 9-3-94 

Player Scored 4 Tds Rushing 

Maryland - Charlie Wysocki (8, 13, 1, 2) vs. Virginia, 11-21-81 
Opponent - Robert Baldwin (3. 1, 11, 34), Duke, 9-3-94 

Player Passed for 4 TDs 

Maryland - Scott Milanovich (5, 14, 2", 5, 12) vs. NC State. 1 1-5-94 
Opponent - Chris Keldorf (76, 25, 7, 19), No. Carolina, 10-12-96 

Player Scored 3 Tds 

Maryland - Jermaine Lewis (9 rec, 66 PR, 14 rush, 13 rush) vs. NC State. 1 1-4-95 
Opponent - L.C. Stevens (76 rec, 25 rec, 7 rec), No. Carolina. 10-12-96 

Player Scored 3 Tds Rushing 

Maryland - Rick Badanjek (3. 4. 5) at No. Carolina, 1 1-3-84 
Opponent - Robert Baldwin (3. 1, 11, 34), Duke, 9-3-94 

Player Passed for 3 Tds 

Maryland - Brian Cummings (46, lx 31) at NC State, 1 1-8-9* 
Opponent - Marc Bulger (9, 14, 10), W. Virginia. 9-19-98 

Player Scored 3 Tds Receiving 

Maryland -Jermaine Lewis (80, 3, 35) vs. W. Virginia, 9-18-93 
Opponent - L.C. Stevens (76, 25, 7), No. Carolina, 10-12-96 

Player Scored 2 Tds 

Maryland - LaMont Jordan (49 rush, 50 rush) at No. Carolina, 1 1-7-98 
Opponent - Na Brown (44 rec, 48 rush). No. Carolina. 1 1-7-98 

Three Players Scored 2 TDs 

Maryland -Jermaine Lewis (5 rec. 2" rec). Mantel Johnson ( It rec. 12 rec), Gen 

Simon (94 k()R. 5 rec) vs. NC Stale. 1 1-5-9 ' 
Opponent -Ki-Jana Carter (63 rush, 4 rush, 36 rush), Brian O'Neal (4 rush, I nisi; 

Bobby Kngram ( 10 rec. 16 rec), Penn Si., 10-2-93 

Player Scored 2 Tds Rushing 

Maryland -LaMont Jordan (49, 50) vs. No Carolina. 11-7-98 
Opponent - Amos Zeroue (5, 3), W. Virginia, 9-19-98 

Player Passed for 2 Tds 
Maryland -Randall Jones (28,3) at Duke. 11-14-98 
Opponent Brian kukhck (26, 9), Wake Forest, 10-17-98 



176 



1999 MARYLAND TERRAPINS FOOTBALL 



THE LAST TIME 



Player Scored 2 Tds Receiving 

Maryland OniarChivschoro ( K>. 3D ai V. Stale, II 8-97 
Opponent Desmond Clark (26, 9), Wake Forest, 10 17-98 

50-Yd. Field Goal 

Maryland Dan DeArmas (50 yards) vs Duke 10-26-91 
;>i)|icii( ni - Nelson Welch (52 yards), Clemson, 1 1 1 1 ')_ 

45-Yd. Field Goal 
Mai viand - Brian Kopka ( id yards) al Virginia, c > 12 98 
Opponent Matthew Burdick ( 16 yards), Wake Forest, 10-17-98 

Five Field Goals 

laryland - Dale Castro (5) vs. Mississippi, 9-22-79 
Opponent- Sebastian Janikowski (5), FloridaSt, 10-3-98 

Four Field Goals 
laryland - Dan Plocki (4) vs. Wake Forest, 10-16-85 
Opponent Sebastian Janikowski (5). Florida St., 10-3-98 

Three Field Goals 
Han land - Brian Kopka (3) vs. [temple, 9-26-98 
Opponent - Sebastian Janikowski (5). Florida St., 10-3-98 

Two Field Goals 40 Yards or More 
Hanland - Brian Kopka (43, 13) at W. Virginia, 9-19 98 
Opponent -Sebastian Janikowski (47, 48, 47), Florida St.. 10-3-98 

Three Field Goals 40 Yards or More 

Han i.i i ul - None 

Opponent- Sebastian Janikowski ( 17, 48, 47), Florida St., 10-3-98 

Four Field Goals 30 Yards or More 

Hanland - None 

Opponent -Sebastian Janikowski (47, 48, 47, 36), Florida St.. 10-3-98 

Three Field Goals 30 Yards or More 

Hanland- Brian Kopka (36, 17, 3D vs. Duke. 10-4-9" 

Opponent -Sebastian Janikowski (47, 18, 17, 36), Florida St., 10-3-98 

Two-Point Conversion by Rush 
Hanland - Trey Bans run \s. Ga. Tech. 1 1-22-97 
Opponent -Jamie Barnette run. NC State. 1 1-2 [-98 

Two-Point Conversion by Pass 

Hanland - Ken Mastrole to Tim Broun vs. NC State. 10-5-90 
)pponent - Bobby Campbell to Terrence Dupree, Duke. I 1-14-98 

Missed PAT (kick) 

'laryland- Brian Kopka (blocked) \s. Virginia, 9-12-98 
Ipponent - David Richardson (wide left). Clemson, 10- 10-98 

Defensive Extra-Point 
lanland - None 
Ipponent - L Grant ( 100-yd. Interception return). Duke. 10-20-96 

40 Rushing Attempts 
lanland- Charlie Wysocki (50-217) at Duke. 10-25-80 
•pponent - John Leach (46-329), Wake Forest. 11-20-93 

30 Rushing Attempts 

lanland - Budih Rodgers (31-170) at Duke. 10-26-96 
'pponent-JeffChaney (30-133). Florida St.. 10-3-98 





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The last time two Terps rushed for KM) \ards in the same game was on Sept. 27. 199". 
when LaMont Jordan (left) and Brian I nderwood (right) combined lor the teal. 

30 Rushing Attempts in One Half 
Maryland- Charlie Wysocki dl) at Duke. 10-25-80 

300 Rushing Yards 

Maryland - None 

Opponent -John leach (46-329), Wake Forest, 11-20-93 

200 Rushing Yards 
Maryland- Rick Badanjek {]'-!]') at Virginia. 1 1-2-4-84 
Opponent - Raymond Priester (36-20-1). Clemson. 10-25-97 

1 50 Rushing Yards 

Maryland - Buddy Rodgers (31-176) at Duke. 10-26-96 
Opponent -Joe Burns (20-179), Ga. Tech. 10-31-98 

1 OO Rushing Yards by a Quarterback 

Maryland - Randall Jones (11-115) at Duke. 11-14-98 

Two Players with 1 OO Yards Rushing 

Maryland - LaMont Jordan ( 1 35 ) and Brian I nderwood ( 1 1-t) at Temple. 9-27-97 
Opponent - Zack Crockett (123) and Warrick Dunn ( 104), Florida St.. 9-10-94 

Three Players with 1 OO Yards Rushing 

Maryland - Richard Jennings ( 136), Steve Vlkins ( 12(>l and Jamie Franklin ( Km 
vs. Virginia. 1 1-22-75 

75-Yd. TD Run 

Maryland - Randall Jones ("5) at Duke. I 1-14-98 
Opponent - Tremayne Stephens (76), NC State. 1 1-8-9" 

50-Yd. Non-Scoring Run 

Maryland - Matt Kalapinski ( 53) at Virginia, 9-12-98 
Opponent -Joe Burns (54), Ga. Tech. 10-31-98 

50-Yd. TD Run 

Maryland - Randall Jones ("5) at Duke. 1 l-U-98 
Opponent -Tremayne Stephens (76), ni State. 11-8-9" 

50 Pass Attempts 

Maryland - Scott Milanovich (6246-1, 380. 1 TD) at Florida St.. 1 1-18-95 
Opponent - Patrick Sapp (55-25-1. 273, TD). Clemson. [1-14-92 





IIFF^F 




THE LAST TIME 






40 Pass Attempts 

Manland - Brian Cummings (47-27-0, 289, 2 TD) at Wake Forest, 10-18-9" 
Opponent - Brian Kuklick (41-26-2, 330. 3 TD), Wake Forest. 10-18-97 

35 Pass Attempts 
Maryland - Brian Cummings (47-27-0, 289, 2 TD) at Wake Forest, 10-18-9" 
Opponent- Jamie Barnette (39-22-2, 241, I TD). NO State. 11-21-98 

40 Pass Completions 

Maryland -Scott Milanovich (62-46-1, 380, 1 TD) at Florida St., 11-18-95 
Opponent- Gary Schofield (65-40-1, 363. 0TD), Wake Forest, 10-16-82 

30 Pass Completions 

Maryland - Scott Milanovich (62-46-1, 380, 1 TD) at Florida St., 1 1-18-95 
Opponent - David Brown (42-30-2, 334. 1 TD). Duke. 10-26-91 

25 Pass Completions 

Maryland - Brian Cummings (47-27-0, 289. 2 TD) at Wake Forest. 10-18-9" 
Opponent - Brian Kuklick (41-26-2, 330, 3 TD). Wake Forest. 10-18-97 

400 Yards Passing 

Maryland -Scott Milanovich (416) atWake Forest. 11-20-93 
Opponent - Danny Kanell (42"). Florida St., 9-10-94 

300 Yards Passing 

Maryland - Scott Milanovich (352) at Ga. Tech, 9-28-95 
Opponent - Brian Kuklick (330), Wake Forest, 10-18-9" 

250 Yards Passing 

Maryland - Brian Cummings (289) at Wake Forest, 10-18-9" 
Opponent - Chris Weinke (2dl ), Florida St., 10-3-98 

200 Yards Passing 

Maryland - Brian Cummings (202) at Ga. Tech. 1 1-22-9" 
Opponent - Jamie Barnette (24l ), NC Suite. 1 1-21-98 

1 O Receptions 
Maryland - Geroy Simon ( 16-124) at Florida St., 1 1-18-95 
Opponent - Kez McCorvey ( 10-122). Florida St.. 11-6-93 

Two Players with 1 O Receptions 

Maryland - W alt W illiams ( 1 1 ) and Geroy Simon ( 1 ) at Syracuse. 11-1 9-94 

Two Players with 1 OO Yards Receiving 

Maryland -Geroy Simon (124) and Jermaine Lewis (102) at Florida St., 11-18-95 
Opponent - L.C. Stevens ( 11 4) and Jason Peace ( 105). No. Carolina. 9-20-9" 

Three Players with 1 OO Yards Receiving 

Maryland -Jason kremus ( 1 19). Mancel Johnson (106) and Russ Weaver (105) 
at Wake Forest. 11-20-93 

1 OO Yards Receiving 
Maryland -Jason Hatala (3-129) \s. Duke. 10-4-9" 
Opponent - Y.i Brown (7-142), No. Carolina. 1 1-7-98 

200 Yards Receiving 

Maryland - Jermaine Lewis (9-205) vs. Duke, 9-25-95 

75-Yd. Non-Scoring Reception 

Maryland - Scott Milanovich to Jermaine Lewis ("Si at No. Carolina. 9-1 1-93 

75-Yd. TD Reception 

Maryland Brian Cummings to Jason Hatala (76) vs. Duke. 10-4-9" 
Opponent - Chris Keldorl to i ' Stevens (76), ' Carolina. 10-12-96 



50-Yd. Non-Scoring Reception 
Maryland - Randall Jones to Matt kalapinski ( 56 ) vs. NC State. 1 1 -2 1 -98 
Opponent- Octants Barnes (51). No. Carolina, 9-20-97 

50-Yd. TD Reception 

Maryland- LaMont Jordan to Jermaine Arlington (68) vs. Wake Forest. 10-17-98 
Opponent - Chris Keldorf to L.C. Stevens (76), No. Carolina, 10-12-96 

Team Gained 300 Yards Rushing 

Maryland -\s. Wake Forest (355), 10-19-96 
Opponent - Clemson (395). 10-21-95 

Team Gained 400 Yards Rushing 

Maryland - at Virginia (4()2). 11-24-84 
Opponent - Ga Tech (4l 1 ). 10-9-93 

Team Failed to Gain 1 OO Yards Rushing 

Maryland - at Clemson (92). 10-10-98 
Opponent - Wake Forest (68), 10-P-98 

Team Gained 300 Yards Passing 

Maryland - at Wake Forest (314), 10-18-9" 
Opponent - Wake Forest (330), 10-18-9" 

Team Gained 400 Yards Passing 
Maryland - at Wake Forest (425). 1 1-20-93 
Opponent - Florida St. (461 ), 9-13-97 

Team Failed to Gain 1 OO Yards Passing 

Maryland - at Duke (98). 1 1-14-98 
Opponent - Clemson (43). 10-25-9" 

Team Gained 400 Yards Total Offense 

Maryland - \s. Wake Forest (589), 10-19-96 
Opponent - NC State (482). 11-21-98 

Team Gained 500 Yards Total Offense 

Maryland -vs. Wake Forest (589). 10-19-96 
Opponent - Ga. Tech (501). 11-22-9" 

Team Gained 600 Yards Total Offense 
Maryland - at Va. Tech (649), 4-25-95 
Opponent - Florida St. (616). 1 1-18-95 

Team Failed to Gain 200 Yds. Total Offensi 

Maryland -\ s. Virginia (12"). 11-1-9" 
Opponent - Wake Forest ( 189). 10-19-96 

Scored Over 50 Points 
Maryland -vs. Wake Forest (52-0), 10-19-96 
Opponent - Florida St. (7-50), 9-13-97 

Scored 40-49 Points 
Maryland -at Duke (42-25), 1 1-14-98 
Opponent - W. Virginia (20-42), 9-19-98 

Scored 30-39 Points 

Maryland - vs. Temple (30-20), 9-26-98 
Opponent - NC State (21-35), 11-21 -98 

Maryland Played to a Tie Game 

VS. La Tech ( Independence Bowl, 34-34), 12-15-90 



Maryland Played an Overtime Game 



None 



9 MARYLAND TERRAPINS FOOTBA 




Tidbits 



•Randy White (left) 
was a two-time first 
team Ail-American and 
winner of the 1974 
Outland and Lombard! 
trophies. 

•Quarterback Jack 
Scarbath, who led the 
Terps to a 24-4-1 
record in the early 
1950s, was runner-up 
for the 1952 Heisman 
Trophy. 

• Maryland has had 10 
players earn consensus 
All-America honors. 



Mj\3*¥£\a 





In This 
Section. . . 

All-Americans 180 

Outstanding Award Winners 181 

Hon. Mention All-Americans .... 181 

ACC Special Honors 182 

All-ACC Selections 182 

A1I-ACC Academic Selections .... 183 

Terps in the Hall of Fame 184 

Maryland Team Awards 186 

Coaches' Awards 188 



ALL-AMERICANS 



:i 







Dick Modzelewski 













Consensus 


Selections 




1951 


Boh Ward 


G 


1961 


Garv Collins 


E 


1952 


Dick Modzelewski 


T 


1974 


Randy White 


DT 




Jack Scarbath 


QB 


1976 


Joe Campbell 


DT 


1953 


Stan Jones 


T 


1979 


Dale Castro 


PK 


1955 


Bob Pellegrini 


C 


1985 


J.D. Maarleveld 


OT 



First & Second Team 



Associated Press 
First Team 

1950 Bob Ward 
Bob Ward 
Jack Scarbath 
Dick Modzelewski 
Stan Jones 
Bob Pellegrini 
Randy White 
Randy White 



1951 
1952 

1953 
1955 
1973 
1974 



Second Team 



1923 

1928 
1949 
1951 

1953 
1954 
1961 
1976 

1 08 I 



Bill Supplee 
Gerald Snyder 
Ray Krouse 
Dick Modzelewski 
lid Modzelewski 
Bernie Faloney 
Bill Walker 
Gary Collins 
Joe Campbell 
Eric Wilson 



G 

G 

QB 

T 

T 

C 

DT 

DT 



E 

FB 

T 

T 

FB 

QB 

E 

E 

DT 

LB 



The Sporting News 
First Team 



1951 
1952 

1953 

1955 

1974 

1976 
1979 

1984 
1985 



Bob Ward 
Jack Scarbath 
Dick Modzelewski 
Stan Jones 
Bernie Faloney 
Bob Pellegrini 
Mike Sandusky 
Randy White 
Steve Mike-Mayer 
Joe Campbell 
Dale Castro 
Kevin Glover 
J.D. Maarleveld 



Second Team 
1983 Boomer Esiason 
Ron Solt 



G 

QB 

T 

T 

QB 

C 

T 

DT 

PK 

DT 

PK 

C 

OT 



QB 
OG 



American Football 
Coaches Association 
First Team 

1061 Gary Collins E 

1973 PaulVellano DG 

1974 Randy White DT 
1976 Joe Campbell DT 
1985 ID. Maarleveld OT 



UPI 

First Team 

1951 Bob Ward 

1952 Jack Scarbath 
Dick Modzelewski 

1953 Stan Jones 
1955 Bob Pellegrini 
1961 Gary Collins 
1974 Randy White 
1979 Dale Castro 
1985 J.D. Maarleveld 

Second Team 



1950 
1951 
1953 
1955 

1973 
1976 



Bob Ward 
Ed Modzelewski 
Bernie Faloney 
Mike Sandusky 
Bill Walker 
Paul Yellano 
Joe Campbell 



Football Writers 
Association 
First Team 

1961 Gary Collins 
1974 Randy White 
1976 Joe Campbell 
1979 Dale Castro 

Football News 
First Team 

1984 Eric Wilson 

Second Team 

1995 Stephen Ingram 



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International News Service 
First Team 

1951 Bob Ward G 

1952 Jack Scarbath QB 
Dick Modzelewski T 

1953 Stan Jones T 
Bernie Falonej QB 

1055 Bob Pellegrini C 



Second Team 
1953 Chet Hanulak 
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Joe CampbeL 






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OUTSTANDING AWARD WINNERS 



Walter Camp Memorial 

Trophy 

(Player of die Year) 

955 Bob Pellegrini C 

Heisman Trophy 
(Outstanding Player) 
952 Jack Scarbath QB 

(runner-up) 

Outland Trophy 
(Lineman of the Year) 
OS J Dick ModzelewsW I 
Ti Randv White DT 



Postseason MVP 
Honorees 

(Blue-Graj Game) 

1971 Guy Roberts E 

1986 Chuck Faucette LB 

1998 EricOgbogu in 



Lombaroi Trophy 
(Lineman of the Year) 

1974 RandyWhite DT 

UPI Lineman of the 
Year 
loss Bob Pellegrini C 

1974 RandyWhite DT 

(Coaches All- America Game) 
National Coach of the 1974 Louis Carter TB 

Year 
(The Sporting News) (Libert) Bowl) 

1974 Jerry Claiborne 1974 RandyWhite DT 

(Washington Touchdown Club) (Gator Bowl) 

l l )X2 Bobby ROSS ITS Steve Atkins RB 



(Sun Bowl) 

1984 RickBadanjek RB 

(Cherry Bowl) 

1985 StanGelbaugh QB 
Scott Schankweiler LB 




Jerry Claiborne 



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Jess Krajcovic, (i 
Ra\ Poppelman, QB 
Ed Minion, T 
Norwood Sothoron, FB 
Vic Willis, E 
Bill Guckeyson, MB 
Vic Willis, E 
Bill Guckeyson, HB 
Jim Meade. Ill) 
Ralph Ubarano. T 
Boh Smith, C 
Paul Flick. C 
Tommy Mont. QB 
Lu Gambino, HB 
Gene Kinney, C 
Ray Krouse, T 
Elmer Wingate, E 
Ed Mod/clew ski. FB 
DaveCianeUi,FB 
Tom Cosgrove, C 
Joe Petruzzo, HB 
Jack Scarbath, QB 
Stan Jones. T 
Ralph Felton. FB 
Chet Hanulak. HB 
John Irvine, C 
Bob Morgan. T 
Bill Walker, E 
Dick Bielski. FB 
Jack Bowersox, G 
John Irvine, C 
George Palahunik, tl 
Boh Pellegrini, G 
Ronnie Waller. HB 
Bill Walker. F 



1955 



1956 



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1958 



1959 



I960 

1961 

1962 



1965 
1969 
1970 

19"2 

1973 



1974 



Jack Davis, G 

Ed I (curing, T 
Mike Sandusky. T 
Frank Tamburello. QB 
Gene Alderton, C 
Jack Davis, G 
Mike Sandusky. T 
Gene Alderton, C 
Rod Breedlove, G 
Ed Cooke. E 
Roil Breedlove. G 
Fred Cole. T 
Ben Scotti, E 
Rod Breedlove. ti 
Can Collins. E 
Tom Gunderman, G 
Jim Joyce. FB 
Kurt Schwarz, T 
Dale Betty, QB 
Can Collins, E 
Bob Hacker, C 
Tom Brown. HB 
Walter Rock. C 
Dick Shiner. QB 
Roger Shoals. T 
Boh Sullivan. DB 
Ralph Sonntag. OT 
Gin Roberts, DE 
Bob Smith. DB 
Paul Yellano. DG 
Louis Carter. TB 
Boh Smith. DB 
Randy White, DT 
Louis Carter. TB 
Steve Mike-Mayer, I'k 



1975 



1976 



19" 
1978 



19-') 
1980 

1982 
1983 



Stan Rogers. OT 
Boh Smith. DB 
Harry Walters, LB 
Walter White, TE 
Kevin Benson, LB 
Jim Brechhiel. DB 
Paul Divito, DG 
LeRoy Hughes, DE 
Brad Carr, LB 
Ed Fulton, OC 
Mark Manges, QB 
Ken Roy. DB 
Tom Schick, OT 
Lain Seder, DG 
Ted Klaube. DG 
Steve Atkins. TB 
Lloyd Burruss. DB 
Charles Johnson. DT 
Bruce Palmer. DG 
Larry Stewart, OT 
Charlie Wysocki, TB 
Lloyd Burruss. DB 
Martin Van Horn. DG 
Charlie Wysocki. TB 
Jess \tkinson. PK 
M.ukDuda. OT 
Boomer Esiason, QB 
Dave Pacella, OT 
John Tice. TE 
Jess \tkinson. PK 
Clarence Baldwin. DB 
Boomer Esiason. QB 
Pete Koch. DT 
Ron Soil. OG 
Eric Wilson. LB 



1984 


Rick Badanjek, RB 




Al Covington, DB 




Ferrell Edmunds, TE 




Chuck Faucette, LB 




Kevin Glover, C 




Greg Hill, WR 




Len Lynch, OG 




Bruce Mesner, DG 


19X5 


Rick Badanjek. FB 




A) Covington, DB 




Keeta Covington. DB 




Ferrell Edmunds. TE 




Chuck Faucette, LB 




Len Lynch, OG 




J.D. Maarleveld, OT 




Bruce Mesner. DG 


1986 


Chuck Faucette. LB 




Brace Mesner. DG 




Keeta Covington. DB 




Ferrell Edmunds, TE 


1987 


Ferrell Edmunds, TE 




Kevin Walker. LB 


loss 


Man D'Amico, LB 




Ben Jefferson. OT 




Dan Plocki. PK 




Warren Powers. DT 




Scott Savior. LB 


1989 


Lam Webster. DT 


1990 


Barn Johnson WR 


1992 


Marcus Badgett, WR 


1993 


Scott Milanovich, P 




Stephen Ingram. OT 


1945 


Jermatne Lewis. WR 


1998 


Eric Barton. LB 




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1974 


Bernie Faloney, B 
Bob Pellegrini, C 
Randy White, DT 


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1953, 55 

19" 5 "5 76 
1982 


|im Tatum 
[erry Claiborne 
Bobby Ross 


Jacobs Blocking Award 


1955 
1969 
1982 


Bob Pellegrini. C 
Ralph Sonntag, OT 
Dave Pacella, OT 


Brian Piccolo Award 



ALL-ACC SELECTIONS 



1972 Al Neville, QB 

1974 David Visaggio, DG 

1984 J.D. Maarleveld, OT 

1989 Michael Anderson, RB 




1953 



1954 



1955 



1956 

195 T 

1960 
1961 

1962 



1963 
1964 
1965 
1966 

1969 

1970 
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1972 

1973 



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19-5 



1976 



1977 

19'8 



1979 

1980 
1982 



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First Team 



Jack Bowersox, G 
Bernie Faloney, B 
Chester Hanulak, B 
Stan Jones. T 
Dick Bielski, B 
Bill Walker, E 
Ronnie Waller, B 
Jack Davis. G 
Boh Pellegrini, C 
Mike Sandusky, T 
Ed Vereb, B 
Jack Davis, G 
Mike Sandusky, T 
Rod Breedlove, G 
Ed Cooke, E 
Gary Collins, E 
Gary Collins. E 
Bob Hacker, C 
Tom Brown, B 
Waller Rock. G 
Dick Shiner. QB 
Dick Shiner, QB 
Jerry Fishman, G 
Bob Sullivan, B 
Dick Absher, E 
Ralph Sonntag, OT 
Guy Roberts, E 
Dan Bungori, E 
Bob Smith, S 
Paul Vellano, DG 
Louis Carter. TB 
Boh Smith, S 
Paul Vellano, DG 
Randy White, DT 
Louis Carter, TB 
Steve Mike-Mayer. PK 
Stan Rogers, OT 
Bob Smith, S 
I lain Wallers, LB 
Randy White, DT 
Kevin Benson, LB 
Jim Brechbiel, DB 
Joe Campbell. DT 
Roy Hughes, DE 
Joe Campbell, DT 
Brian Carr. LB 
Ed Fulton. (HI 
Mark Manges, QB 
Ken Roy, DB 
Tom Schick, OT 
red Haube, DG 
Lloyd Burruss, DB 
Charles Johnson, DT 
Bruce Palmer. DG 
Larrj Stewart, OT 
Charlie Wysocki.TB 
Lloyd Burruss, DB 
Martin Van Horn. DG 
Charlie Wysocki.TB 

|eSS Mkiiisoii, I'k 
Mark Dmla. 1)1 



ACC (Selected by the Atlantic Coast Sport su 

Dave Pacella. OT 

1983 Clarence Baldwin, DB 

Pete Koch, DT 
Ron Solt, OG 
Eric Wilson, LB 

1984 Al Covington, S 
Kevin Glover, C 
Greg Hill, WR 
Bruce Mesner, DG 
Eric Wilson, LB 

1985 Al Covington. S 
Keeta Covington, CB 
Chuck Faucette. LB 
Bruce Mesner, DG 

1986 Keeta Covington, CB 
Chuck Faucette, LB 
Bruce Mesner, DG 

1987 Ferrell Edmunds, E 
Kevin Walker, LB 

1988 Dan Plocki. PK 
Warren Powers, DT 

1990 Barry Johnson, WR 

1992 Marcus Badgett, WR 

1993 Scott Milanovich. P 

1994 Stephen Ingram, OT 

1995 Jermaine lewis, WR 
199S Eric Barton. LB 



1953 Ralph Felton, B 
Bob Morgan, T 
Bill Walker. E 

1954 John Irvine, C 
Boh Pellegrini, G 

1955 Russell Dennis, E 
Frank Tamburello, B 
Bill Walker, E 

195" Gene Alderton, C 
1961 Roger Shoals, T 
Bill Kirchiro, T 

1963 Dick Shiner, QB 

1964 OlafDrozdov, DT 
Tom Hickey B 

19S9 Larry Webster, DT 

1991 Frank W \ check, TE 
Milch Suplee, C 
Dan DeArmas. PK 
Mike Webster. DL 
Mike Jarmolowich, LB 

1992 Mike Jarmolowich, LB 
1995 Jermaine Lewis. WR 
199 1 GeroySimon,WR 

Scott Milanovich. QB 
1995 Eric Ogbogu, LB 

\ndreal Johnson. DB 
1998 LaMont Jordan, RB 



Third Team 



1995 Stephen Ingram, OT 
Scotl Milanovich. QB 

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Dick Shiner, a first- teamer in (>2 & 'b] 




Bruce Mesner. a three-time first team 
selection. 




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All-ACC 



(Selected by 


Associated Press) 


Bemie Faloney, li 




1959 


Idin Gunderman, ( 


Ralph Felton, B 






Inn |oyce, li 


Chel Mamilak. 11 




l%() 


can Collins, I 


Slan |ones, T 




196] 


Garj Collins I 


Dick Bielskl, B 






Bob Hacker, C 


|ack Davis, (. 




1962 


loin Brown, nil 


Bob Pellegrini, C 






Walter Rock, G 


Mike Sandusky, T 






Dick Shiner, QB 


Frank lamburello, 


B 


1970 


Cm Roberts, DE 


EdVereb,B 




1971 


Dan Bungori, E 


Gene Uderton, C 




1972 


Bob Smith, DB 


lads Davis, G 






Paul Vellano, DG 


Mike Sandusky, I 




1973 


Louis Carter. I'll 


Rod Breedlove, G 






Bob Smith, DB 


Ed Cooke, E 






Paul Vellano, DG 


Iviul Breedlove, G 






Randy White, DT 



l-ACC 



t Selected by I VI) 

1955 Bob Pellegrini, C 
Mike Sandusky, I 
Ed Vereb, li 

Bill Walker, E 

1956 JackDavis,G 
Mike Sandusky, I 

1957 EdCooke.E 

1958 BeiiScotli. F 

1960 Garj Collins, I 

1961 Can Collins I 

1962 Walter Rock, G 
Dick Shiner, QB 

1970 Guj Roberts, DE 

1971 Dan Bungori, E 

1972 Bob Smith, DB 
Paul Vellano, DG 

1973 Louis Carter, TB 
Bob Smith, DB 
Paul Vellano, DC 
Rand\ White, DT 




ll-southern 

Conference 



1935 Bill Guckcyson, B 

1936 Bill Guckeyson, B 

1937 |im Meade, B 
1947 l.uCamluiic II 

1949 RayKrouse.T 

1950 Elmer Wingate 1 

1951 Ed Modzelewski, B 

1952 Stan Jones, T 




Ka\ krouse 



ALL-ACC ACADEMIC SELECTIONS 



John Irvine, C 




Scott Collins. 


OT 


George Palahunik, c 




Ralph Lary, S 


John Healey, MB 




Phil Livingston, OT 


Stanle] Polyanski, G 




Joe Muffler. DE 


Donald Healey, I 




Dean Richards. \\ 11 


Mike Sandusky, r 


1979 


Jan Carina, WT3 


Tom Selep, HI 




Ralph Lary, S 


Dwayne Fletcher, Mil 




Phil Livingston, OT 


llnh 1 lacker. C 




Kyle Lorton, C 


Dick Novak, QB 




Jim Shaffer, DE 


David Nardo, G 


l')S( 


Ralph fan. S 


Chuck Tine. C 




Kyle Lorton, C 


Ralph Friedgen, OG 


1981 


Mike Mueller, LB 


Pat Burke, OG 




Brian Rieiuleau. OG 


Jerrj Erhard, WT5 


1982 


Joe Auks, DE 


Steve Fromang, C 


1983 


Greg Harraka. OT 


Len Santacroce, C 


1984 


Creg Harraka. OT 


Scott Shank. FB 




Frank Reich. QB 


Jerrj Erhard, E 




Richard Sluire, FB 


Kim Hoover, WR 


1985 


Dolph Tokarczyk, TF 


Bob Avellini, QB 


1986 


Mark Agent. OT 


Jim Brechbiel, DB 




Richard Shure. FB 


Derick Harris, DT 




John Soma. OT 


Rick Jennings, TB 


1987 


Azizuddin Ahdur-Ra'oof. \\ R 


Tom Schick. OC 




Boh Arnold. DG 


PhilWagenheim, P 




Ken Oherle. OT 


Mike Cielensky, DB 




Richard Shure. FB 


kim Hoover, WR 




John Soma. OT 


John Schult/. WB 


1988 


Ken Oherle. OT 


Jonathan Claiborne, S 


1989 


Dean Green, WR 


GeneOchap, C 


1991 


Rick Fleece. NO 


Boh Raha, TK 




Bam Johnson, WR 


Jonathan Claiborne, S 




Glenn Page. LB 


Ralph Lary, S 




ChadWiestling, MB 


Chris Waal. DB 


1991 


Lubo Zizakovic, DT 


Kenny Watson. DT 


1992 


Marcus Badgen. W R 


John Baldante. DB 




Scott Rosen. S 


Glenn Chamberlain. OG 


1993 


Russ Weaver, WT< 


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l') l )-i Russ Weaver, WR 
Mike Settles. LB 
Al Wallace. DE 

1995 Al Wallace. DE 



1996 Al Wallace. I)F 

1997 Mike Hull. TE 
Eric Ogbogu, DE 

1998 Jamie Wu.OG 




Ralph Lan. the first ACC 
football player to he a 
four-time All-ACC 
Academic Team selection 



Richard Shore, a three- 
time selection to the All- 
ACC Academic Team in 
1984. 1986 and 198-. 



\l Wallace was a three- 
time All-ACC Academic 
selection in 1994. 199S 
and 1996. 



Academic All- Americans 



1953 Bernie Faloney. B 

I °o4 George Palahunik. G 

1956 Mike Sandusky, T 

1975 Kim Homer. WR 

1978 Joe Muffler. DE 



NCAA 

POSTGRADUATE 

SCHOLAR 

1978 Jonathan Claiborne. S 
(Hyattsville, Md.) 




1 <^ ♦ 






Mike Sandu>k\ 



Joe Muffler 



Jonathan Claiborne 



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National Football 

Foundation College 

Hall of Fame (1980) 

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. Es- 
pecially 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 Man land teams of 
the early 1950s was consistency — a win- 
ning consistency. During Ward's four 
years, the team was a combined 32-"- 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 physi- 
cal stature, but speak volumes about the 
man. He was the MVP of the 1949 Gator 
Bowl, Maryland's first howl victory He was 
the only player ever to earn All-America 
honors as both an offensive and defensive 
position player. He earned Southern Con- 
ference Player of the Year honors as a se- 
nior 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 (1983) 

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 Sta- 
dium, a 2 1 -yard run in the first game of 
the 1950 season. 

Scarbath was the quarterback for 
bead coach Jim Tatum's new split T of- 
fense for three seasons (1950-52). 
Scarbath led the Terps to a 24-4- 1 record, 
including a perfect 10-0 season and a 28- 
13 upset of national champion Tennessee 
in the 1951 Sugar Bowl. Scarbath called 
the signals during Maryland's 22-game un- 
beaten streak over the course of the 1950, 
'51 and '52 seasons. 

During his stellar career, Scarbath 
rewrote the Terrapin record book, com- 
pleting 1 25 of 200 passes for 2,28 7 yards, 
an average of 18.3 yards per completion. 
In 1 95 1, AP and IP polls named him hon- 
orable mention All-American. In 1952, he 
was honored with first team All-America 
citations from AP, UP, International News 
Service, Colliers, and Look. He finished 
runner-up to Oklahoma's Billy Vessels in 
the 1952 lleisman Trophy balloting. 

A first-round draft choice of the Wash- 
ington Redskins, Scarbath went on to play 
with the Redskins and Pittsburgh Steelers. 

He was inducted into the National 
Football Foundation College Hall of Fame 
in 1983. 




National Football 

Foundation College 

Hall of Fame (1984) 

In a brief time as a college football 
head coach - one season at North Caro- 
lina (1942, 5-2-2), one at Oklahoma 
( 1946, 8-3, Gator Bowl victory over North 
Carolina State) and nine years at Man- 
land (194--55, "3-15-4. 2-2-1 in bowl 
games - Jim Tatum had become a coach- 
ing legend. 

Tatum's Mankind teams from 1950- 
55 were 51-8-2, with a perfect 10-0 record 
and Sugar Bowl victory in 1 95 1 . The squad 
posted 10-0 regular season records in 
1955 and 1955 before both teams were 
upset by Oklahoma in the Orange Bowl. 
Tatum's 1953 team was declared national 
champion, and Tatum was named national 
Coach of the Year. 

During his career at Maryland, 
Tatum led the Tetps to 19 consecutive wins 
and an unbeaten streak of 11 games (21- 
0-1) during the 1950, '51 and '52 cam- 
paigns In the 1952 Sugar Bowl, the Ter- 
rapins defeated top-ranked Tennessee 2.3- 
15. 

Tatum left Maryland following the 
1955 season to return to his alma mater, 
North Carolina, in 1956. He coached the 
Tar Heels for three more seasons. 

He was inducted into the National 
Football Foundation College Hall of Fame 
in 1984. 



Stan 
Jones 



Pro Football 
Hall of Fame (1 991 ) 

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 
Mankind recorded six shutouts and al 
lowed only one team. Georgia, to scot 
more than six points. 

It all added up to a 1 0-0 regular sea 
son for the Terps, who captured the na 
tional championship despite an upset lo: 
to Oklahoma in the Orange Bowl. 

Jones earned consensus All-Americ 
honors in 1953 and was chosen "Out 
standing College Lineman of 1955 by th 
College Football Coaching Board. A fifth 
round draft choice of the Chicago Beat 
Jones went on to have a lengthy pro ca- 
reer. He spent a majority of his career wi 
the Bears (1954-65) before finishing .i 
Washington (1966). 

"I was very prepared for the NF1 
when 1 left Man land. "Jones said. 

"From my coaches who taught mi 
football to my professors who taught nit 
anatomy, physiology and weight training 
I received a great education. I couldn 
have picked a better place to go - tin 
picked me and there was not a better plai 
to be." 

Jones was inducted into the Prt 
Football Hall of Fame in 1991. 




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Jerry 
Claiborne 




National Football 
I Foundation College 
Hall of Fame (1993) 

I 

ii Through three Ml America years at 
Dryland and 1 1 Ml Pro years in the Na- 
ion.il Football League, Dick Modzelewski 
■5 always "Little Mo " \i 6-0, 235 
minds during ht-~ playing days ai Marj 
,uul. he was one of the bigger collegiate 
hemen during the earh 1950s He was 
he second Mo at Maryland, following Ins 
Her brother Ed, "Big Mo." 

Dick Modzelewski played three years 
«s defensive tackle for the Terpson the great 
Ifims winch were 24-4-1. He became 
I- Ian land's first winner of a major national 
jonor when he received the Outland Tin 
,ln as the nation's top lineman in I'isJ 

fhrough his career ai Maryland, the 
•terps fashioned a 21 game unbeaten streak 

M the end ol his senior season. 
pdzelewski was named to ever) Ml 
Bterica team and was awarded the Out 
mil Tropin. He was a second-round draft 
■Dice of the Washington Redskins. He 
tyent H seasons in the Nil., with the 
■jidskins. the Pittsburgh Steelers, the \ew 
nrk Giants and Cleveland Browns. 
llod/elewski was an Ml I'm and on NFl 
Inmpionship teams with both the Giants 
1956) and the Browns (1964). 

Dick Modzelewski was inducted into 
ic National Football Foundation College 
all of Fame in 1993. 



National Football 

Foundation College 

Hall of Fame ( 1 994) 

Pro Football 
Hall of Fame (1994) 

Rand) White changed the look ol 
football's defensive lines \t Man land, and 
later in an Ul-Pro National Football League 

career with the Dallas Cowboys, he was 
regarded as the quickest defensive line- 
man to plaj die game He could be in an 
opponent's backfield before a quarterback 
could make a hand-off. 

In 1974, Rand) White cleaned up the 
college football awards plate. He was hon- 
ored with the Outland and Lombard! tro- 
phies as the top collegiate lineman, was 
ICC Player of the Year, was an unanimous 
first team Mi-America choice, named the 
Delaware (his home state) Mhlete of the 
Year and named the Mnateur Mhlete of 
the Year In the Philadelphia Sportsw lit- 
ers Association, 

A first round draft choice of the Dal- 
las Cowboys, White was an All-Pro per- 
former throughout his career and shared 
Super Howl \l\ P honors with Dallas team- 
mate llanev Martin when the Cow hoys de- 
feated Denver in Super Bowl Ml. 

No one else will wear "94" at Mary- 
land — Rand) White's number has been 
retired. 

He was inducted into the National 
Football Foundation College Hall of Fame 
and the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1994. 



National Football 

Foundation College 

Hall of Fame (1996) 

Bob Pellegrini was recruited to 
Mankind as a quarterback, but made his 
name as one of college football s best line 
men In his first Season, Pellegrini was a 
6-2, 2 1 5-pound sophomore guard lor die 
l'IS.s national champion Terrapins He 
would pla) guard again in 1954 in an era 
when players went both ways, before be 
nig switched to center for his senior veai' 
to fill a Terrapin void. 

\s a senior. Pellegrini led Mankind 
to its second 1(1-0 regular season and ACC 
championship in three \ears as the Terps 
defeated defending national champion 
I CIA. He was selected \CC Player of the 
Year, named consensus All-America and 
pictured as Herman Hickman's cover box 
lor Lineman of the Year in l l )SS. 

Pellegrini led the Terps to a 27 I I 
record over his career, with rankings in 
the Top III each season He was the first 
pick in the National Football League draft 
hv the Philadelphia Eagles. Pellegrini be- 
came 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 Ba\ 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 l l )% 



National Football 

Foundation College 

Hall of Fame ( 1 999) 

Former Mankind football coach 
Jerry Claiborne was selected to join 1 2 leg- 
endary college football players and two 

other coaches among the 1999 class ol 
inductees into the National Football Foun- 
dation College Football Hall ol Fame. 

Claiborne com bed .is seasons over 
all between simis at Virginia Tech ( 1961- 
"iil Mankind (1972 si) and Kenluckv 
(1982-89), and compiled a 179-122-8 
record in the process. He is current!) 2Xth 
on the all time Division I \ coaching vic- 
tories list. 

\t Mankind. Claiborne was named 
TheSporting Vews National Coach of the 
Year in 1974 alter winning the \tlanlic 
Coast Conference and finishing the sea- 
son ranked No. l.i In the Associated Press 
He was the District III Coach of the Year 
111 1973, ITS and 1976 

In all. Claiborne was the coach of 
the year in three different conferences — 

Southern (1963), ICC (1973, 75, 76) and 

Southeastern ( 1983) — while leading his 
teams to II bowl games Throughout his 
coaching career, he was a strong advo- 
cate of the right combination of academ- 
ics and athletics. In his vears as head 
coach, he had four players named Aca- 
demic Mi-America and <S~ plavers earn 
academic all- conference honors On the 
field, he coached I i Mi-Americans and 
53 who earned all-conference status 




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TEAM AWARDS 




Unsung hero of the season 

1956 Al Wharton, T 

1957 Wilbur Main. C 

1958 Ted Kershner, B 

1959 JoeGardi.T 



I960 


Leroy Dietrich, C 


1961 


Dick Barlund, E 


1962 


Murnis Banner, MB 


1963 


George Stem, HB 


1964 


John Kenny, E 


1965 


Charles Krahling, C 


1966 


Bobby Collins, B 


1967 


Pat Baker, B 


I96S 


Rick Carlson, E 


1969 


Paul Fitzpatrick, B 


1970 


Robert MacBride, OT 


1971 


JeffShugars, QB 


1972 


Ron Kecman, C 


1973 


Ken Scott, DT 


1974 


Frank Russell, WR 


1975 


Jim Richey, OT 


1976 


Bob Raba, TE 


1977 


Don Rhodes, C 


1978 


Mike Simon, C 


1979 


Richard Cummins, OC 


1980 


Scott Fanz, OT 


19S1 


Todd Wright, C 


1982 


Frank Kolencik, DG 




John Nash, RB 




Doug Miller, C 


1983 


Tyrone Furman, DG 


1984 


Bill Rogers, TE 


1985 


George Colton, OG 


1986 


Sean Sullivan, WR 


1987 


Robert Klein, DG 




Sean Scott, LB 


1988 


Matt D'Amico, LB 




Dan Plocki, PK 


I9S9 


Dean Green, WR 


1990 


Doug Stump, RB 


1991 


Greg Mines, LB 


1992 


Dan Prunzik, WR 


1995 


Russ Weaver, WR 


1994 


David Hack, OG 


1997 


Eric Hicks, DE 


1998 


John Waerig, TE 








IV. 



Unsung hero of the season 

1995 Kevin Plank, SB 

Anthony C. 

Nardo Memorial 

Trophy 

Best Lineman of the Year 

194" PatMcCarty.G 

1948 Gene Kinney, T 

1950 Bob Ward, G 

1951 Bob Ward, G 

1952 William Maletzky, G 

1953 Stan Jones, T 

1954 Bob Pellegrini, G 

1955 Mike Sandusky, T 

1956 Al Wharton, T 

1957 DonHealy, T 
I95S Fred Cole, T 

1959 Tom Gunderman, G 

1960 Gary Collins, E 

1961 Bill Kirchiro, T 

1962 Dave Crossan, T 
1965 Olaf Drozdov, DT 

1964 Fred Joyce, G 

1965 DickAbsher, E 

1966 DickAbsher, E 
196" Jim Lavrusky. LB 

1968 Ron Pearson, E 

1969 Peter Mattia, DT 

Bob Beall, 

Tommy Marcos 

Trophy 

Best Lineman of the Year 

1970 Guy Roberts, DE 

1971 Dennis O'Hara, E 

1972 Paul Vellano, OG 

1973 Randy White, DT 

1974 Randy White, DT 

1980 Eric Sievers, TE 

1981 Dave Pacella, OT 

1982 Dave Pacella, OT 

1983 Ron Soil. OG 

1984 Kevin Glover, C 

1985 J.D. Maarleveld, OT 

1986 Billy Hughes, C 

1987 Billy Hughes, C 

1988 Mark Agent, C 

1989 Mike Kiselak, OG 
I99(i Clarence Jones, OT 

1991 Mitch Suplee, C 

1992 Steve Ingram, OT 
1995 Steve Ingram, OT 

1994 Steve Ingram, OT 

1995 Johnnie Hicks, DT 



Most Valuable Senior 

1972 Ron Kecman, C 

1974 Randy White, DT 

19 7 5 John Schultz, WB 

1976 Tim Wilson. FB 

1977 TedKlaube, DG 

1978 Neal Olkewicz, LB 

1979 Brian Matera, LB 

1980 Lloyd Burruss, DB 

1981 Greg Vanderhout. DG 

1982 JohnTice, TE 

1983 Boomer Esiason, QB 

1984 Eric Wilson, LB 

1985 Stan Gelhaugh, QB 

1986 Chuck Faucette, LB 

1987 Kevin Walker. LB 

1988 Dan Plocki, PK 

1989 Neil O'Donnell, QB 
Scott Savior, LB 

1990 Scott Zolak, QB 

1991 Larry Webster, DT 

1992 Marcus Badgett, WR 

1993 Jason Krenuis, WR 

1994 Steve Ingram, OT 

1995 Jermaine Lewis, WR 

1997 Brian Cummings, QB 

1998 Eric Barton, LB 




Service To Football Over 
Four Years 

1949 John Idzik, B 

1950 John Idzik. B 

1951 Bob Ward. G 

1952 Ed Fullerton. B 

1953 Bernie Faloney, B 

1954 John Irvine, C 

1955 Bob Pellegrini. C 

1956 Mike Sandusky. T 

1957 Gene Alderton, C 

1958 Bob Rusevlyan, B 

1959 Kurt Schwarz, T 

1960 Vincent Scott, E 

1961 Gary Collins, E 

1962 Tom Brown, HB 

1963 Bob Burton. HB 

1964 Olaf Drozdov, DT 

1965 George Stem, B 

1966 DickAbsher, E 

1967 Lou Stickel, B 

1968 Billy Lovett, FB 

1969 KenDutton.DB 

1970 Peter Mattia, DT 

1971 Tommy Miller, B 

1972 Don Ratliff, E 

1973 Paul Vellano, DG 
19 _ 4 Randy White, DT 

Terrapin Club 
Award 



Service To Football Over 
Four Years 

1975 LeRoy Hughes, DE 

1976 Rob Raba, TE 

1977 BradCarr, LB 

1978 Dean Richards. WR 

1979 James Shaffer, DE 
1981) Lloyd Burruss. HB 

1981 Charlie Wysocki.TB 

1982 MikeCorvino.DG 
1985 Boomer Esiason, QB 

1984 Erie Wilson. LB 

1985 Rick Badanjek. FB 

1986 Chuck Faucette, LB 
198" Ferrell Edmunds, TE 

1988 Dan Plocki, PK 

1989 MarkAgentC 

1990 Bam Johnson, WR 

1991 Lain Webster. DT 

1992 Mike Jarmolowich, LB 
1995 Mark Mason, RB 

1994 Steve Ingram, OT 

1995 Jermaine lewis, WR 

1 997 Buddy Rodgers, RB 

1998 Kendall Ogle, LB 






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Outstanding and 
Conspicuous Sportsmanship 

1955 Ronnie Waller 

1)56 Lynn Beightol 

Jack Davis 

I9S" HowieDare 

1958 Bob Rusevlyan 

1959 Allen Bunge 

1960 DaleBeltj 
I%1 Donald Brown 
B62 Clayton Beardmore 
1963 Samuel Bosserl 
l l )(i i Bob Kopinsk) 
B65 Donald Dunphy 
B66 FrankCostello 
I'M)" Robert Karch 
1968 Rohind Merritt 
I'M)') David Reiss 

pro John Baker 

l')"i James Norris 

B72 VinceStruble 

1973 VI Neville 

IT) Tyrone Neal 

B75 LeRoy Hughes 

©76 BobRaba 

Gene Ochap 

19"" BradCarr 

1978 Dean Richards 

19"') James Shaffer 

I'isii EricSievers 

I 'is i Brian Riendeau 

19S2 Dave Pacella 

1'isi Boomer Esiason 

1984 Eric Wilson 

B85 Scott Schankweiler 

19S() Lewis Vskew 

l')S" Robert Klein 

1'iss ChadSydnor 

I9S9 Bren Lowerj 

1990 Barry Johnson 

l')')l Lubo Zizakovic 

1993 Ed Regan 

199-1 Core; Holobetz 

B95 Mike Settles 

199" I'm Ward 

199S Paul [ackson 



1959 
I960 
1961 
1962 
1963 

I'K.l 

1965 
1966 
1967 
1968 

I'M)') 

1970 
1971 
1972 
1973 
1974 
1975 

1976 
1977 
1978 
1979 
1980 

I 'IS I 
I 'IS 2 

1983 

I 'IS I 

1985 
1986 
1987 
1988 
1989 
1990 

I'i'ii 
1992 
1993 

1991 

1995 
1997 

I99S 



Lineman of the Year 

Kurt v Schwartz 
Thomas E. Sankovich 
hill Kirchiro 
David Crossan 
01afDrozdo\ 
Lain Bagranoff 
Lain Bagranoff 
Thomas Cichowski 
Tom Myslinski 
Thomas Plevin 
Peter Mattia 
Peter Mattia 
Guv Roberts 
Paul Vellano 
Ranch While 
Randy White 
Marion Koprowski 
Paul Divilo 
joe Campbell 
Ted Klaube 
Charles Johnson 
Ken in Wvatl 
Ed Gall 

Greg Vanderhout 
Mark Duda 
Ron Soli 
Kevin Glover 
Leonard Lynch 
Bruce Mesner 
Robert Arnold 
W arren Powers 
Mike Kiselak 
Jack Bradford 
Rick Fleece 
Lain Webster 
Steve Ingram 
Steve Ingram 
Steve Ingram 
Johnnie Hicks 
John Feugill 
Delhert Cowsette 



Highest Academic Average 
1962 

1963 

I'M. I 

1965 

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1967 



Don While. QB 

David Nardo, E 
David N.irdo, E 
Bruce Springer, li 
l.arrv Bagranoff, i 
Chuck line. T 
1968 Ralph Friedgen, OG 
I'M)') Ralph Friedgen OG 
Bill Grant, E 

1970 Pat Burke, oil 

1971 Steve Fromang, OT 

1972 Steve Fromang, OT 

1973 James Martell. L 

1974 Kim Hoover, WR 

1975 Kim Hoover. WR 

1976 Jonathan Claiborne. S 

1977 Jonathan Claiborne. S 

1978 Joe Muffler. 1)L 

1979 Ralph Larv.S 

1980 Ralph Larv.S 

1981 Mark Sobel, DE 

1982 Greg Harraka, C 

1983 Greg Harraka, C 

1984 Greg Harraka. C 

1985 Dolph Tokarczyk, TE 

1986 Richard Share. FB 

1987 Richard Shure. FB 
I9SS JohnRugg.OG 
I9S9 Mark Agent. C 

1990 Ken Oherle, OT 

1991 Mitch Suplee, C 

1992 Dave Marrone. LB 
1995 ErickWood. LB 

1994 Corey Holobetz, TE 

1995 KenLvtle. PK 
199" Ryan Rezzelle, OT 
I99S Rv an Rezzelle, OT 




Dr. John E. 
Faber Award 



Iron Man Award 

1992 John Kaleo, QB 

1993 Scott Milanovich, QB 

1994 lamie Bragg, GDI 
l')9s Kendall Ogle, LB 

Outstanding 
Specialist 

1988 Ricky Johnson, TB 

I9S9 Ricky Johnson, TB 

1991) Scott Zolak. QB 

1991 Troy Jackson, RB 

1992 John Kaleo, QB 

1993 Jermaine Lewis, WR 




Boomer Esiason 



Guv Roberts 



Don While 



Jermaine Lewis 



Top Special Teams 
Performer 



1988 Mark Agent. C 

19S9 Mike Kiselak. OG 

1990 C larence Jones. OT 

1991 Mitch Suplee. C 

1992 Steve Ingram. OT 

1993 Steve Ingram. OT 
1995 Chad Scott. CB 
199" Lewis Sanders. FS 
199S Brian Kopka. PK 

Hammer 
Award 



1988 ChadSvdnor. CB 

1989 Eddie Torrdin.S 

1990 Glenn Page. LB 

1991 Mike Jarmolowich, LB 

1902 Scon Rosen. S 






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1952 
1953 
1954 
1955 
1956 
1957 
1958 
1959 
I960 
1961 
1962 
1963 
1964 
1965 
1966 
1967 
1968 
1969 
1970 
1971 

197 2 
1973 
1974 

1975 
1476 
1977 

1978 
1979 
1980 
1981 
1982 

1983 
1984 
i ass 
1986 
1987 
1988 
1989 
1990 
1991 
1992 
1993 
1994 
1995 



Chel llanulak, HB 
Ralph Helton. FB 
Ron Waller, HB 
EdVereb.HB 
Fred Hamilton, HB 
Boh Rusevlyan, QB 
Boh Rusevlyan, QB 
Jim Joyce, FB 
Dale Betty, QB 
Dick Shiner. QB 
Tom Brown, HB 
Dick Shiner. HB 
Tom Hickey. HB 
Walt Marciniak, HB 
Alan Pastrana, QB 
Billy Lovett, FB 
Billy Lovett, FB 
Tom Miller, FB 
Art Seymore, HB 
Al Neville, QB 
Bob Avellini. QB 
Louis Carter. TB 
Louis Carter, TB 
John Schultz, WB 
Mark Manges, QB 
Larry Dick. QB 
George Scott, HB 
Steve Atkins. TB 
Charlie Wysocki, TB 
Charlie Wysocki, TB 
Boomer Esiason, QB 
Boomer Esiason, QB 
Willie Joyner. RB 
Willie Joyner, RB 
Rick Badanjek, FB 
Rick Badanjek, FB 
Tommy Neal, RB 
Bren Lowery, RB 
Ricky Johnson, TB 
Ricky Johnson. TB 
Scott Zolak, QB 
Troj Jackson. RB 
John Kaleo, QB 
Jermaine Lewis. \\R 
Allen Williams, RB 
Buddy Rodgers, RB 



1952 
1953 
1954 
1955 
1956 
1957 
1958 
1959 

I960 
1961 
1962 
1963 
1964 
1965 
1966 

1967 
1968 

1969 
1970 
1971 
19"2 
1973 
1974 
1975 
1976 

1977 
1978 
1979 
1980 
1981 

1982 

1983 

1984 
1985 
1986 
1987 
1988 
1989 

1990 
1991 
1902 
1993 
1994 
1995 



Offensive 
Linemen 



Tom Cosgrove, C 
Marty Crytzer, E 
Jack Bowersox, G 
Russell Dennis, E 
Al Wharton, T 
Tom Gunderman, G 
Fred Cole. T 
Tom Gunderman, G 
Boh Hacker, C 
Roger Shoals, T 
Roger Shoals. T 
Gene Feher. C 
Joe Frattaroli. OG 
Matt Arbutina, OT 
Tom Cichowski, OT 
Ron Pearson. OG 
Bill Meister. OG 
Bill Meister, OG 
Pat Burke, OG 
Tim Brannon, OG 
Tim Brannon, OG 
Bart Purvis, OG 
Stan Rogers, OG 
Marion Koprowski, OT 
Ed Fulton, OG 
Tom Schick, OT 
Mike Yeates. OG 
Eric Sievers, TE 
Kerwin Wyatt, OG 
Eric Sievers, TE 
Dave Pacella, OT 
Dave Pacella. OT 
Ron Solt, OG 
Kevin Glover, C 
J.D. Maarleveld, OT 
Billy Hughes, C 
Bill) Hughes, C 
Mark Agent, C 
Mike Kiselak, OG 
Clarence Jones, OT 
Mitch Suplee, C 
Steve Ingram, OT 
Steve Ingram, OT 
Steve Ingram, OT 
Darrvl Gilliam. OT 



Defensive 
Back 



1952 Ed Fullerton, HB 

1953 Dick Nolan, HB 

1954 Joe Horning, HB 

1955 Lynn Beightol. QB 

1956 Bob Rusevlyan, QB 

1957 Bob Layman, HB 

1958 Jim Joyce. FB 

1959 Dwayne Fletcher. HB 

1960 Jim Davidson, HB 

1961 Tom Brown, HB 

1962 Joe Hrezo. LB 

1963 Ernie Arizzi, HB 

1964 Bob Sullivan. HB 

1965 Fred Cooper, HB 

1966 Lou Shekel, HB 

1967 Bob Colbert, HB 

1968 Kenny Dutton, HB 

1969 Tony Greene, S 

1970 Tony Greene. S 

1971 Larry Marshall, HB 

1972 Bob Smith, S 

1973 Harry Walters, HB 

1974 Harry Walters, HB 

1975 Kevin Benson, LB 

1976 Brad Carr, LB 

1977 Brad Carr, LB 

1978 Neal Olkewicz, LB 

1979 none 

1980 Brian Matera. LB 

1981 Lloyd Burruss, HB 

1982 Darnell Dailey, LB 

1983 none 

1984 Clarence Baldwin, HB 

1985 Al Covington, S 

1986 Al Covington, S 

1987 Keeta Covington, CB 
Chad Sydnor. CB 

1988 Chad Sydnor. CB 

1989 Eddie Tomlin, S 

1990 Glenn Page. LB 

1991 Mikejarmolowich. LB 

1992 Scott Rosen, DB 
1093 Orlando Strozier, DB 

1994 Andreal Johnson. CB 

1995 Chad Scott, CB 





Defensive 




Linemen 


1952 


John Alderman, E 


1953 


Boh Morgan. T 


19S4 


Tom McLuckie, G 


19S5 


Mike Sandusky, T 


1956 


Mike Sandusky, T 


1957 


Rod Breedlove, G 


1958 


Ben Scotti, E 


1959 


Rod Breedlove. G 


1960 


Tom Sankovich. T 


1961 


Dave Crossan, T 


1962 


Walter Rock, G 


196s 


Joe Ferrante, G 


1964 


OlafDrozdov, DT 


1965 


Larry Bagranoff, DT 


1966 


Jim Lavruskv, LB 


1967 


Mike Grace, DG 


1968 


Henry Gareis, DE 


1969 


Peter Mattia. DT 


19"?0 


Guy Roberts, DE 


1971 


Chris Cowdrev, DE 


19"2 


Patil Vellano, DG 


19-s 


Randv White, DT 


19"4 


Randy White. DT 


1975 


Paul Divito, DG 


1976 


Joe Campbell, DT 


1977 


Ted Klaube, DG 


1978 


Charles Johnson, DT 


1979 


Bruce Palmer. DG 


1980 


James Shaffer, DE 


1981 


Ed Gall, DT 


1982 


Greg Vanderhout, D( 


1983 


none 


1984 


Pete Koch. DG 


1985 


Bruce Mesner. DG 


1986 


Bruce Mesner, DG 


1987 


Ted Chapman, DT 


1988 


Warren Powers, DT 


1989 


Larrv Webster, DT 


1990 


Rick Fleece. DG 


1901 


Larry Webster, DT 


1992 


Darren Drozdov, DT 


1993 


Jaime Flores. DE 


1094 


Jamie Bragg. DT 


1995 


lohnnie Hicks. DT 



Note: These awards were discontinued after 1995. 




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Tidbits 

•There have been 138 
players go on to NFL 
careers after compet- 
ing at the university of 
Maryland, including 
Renaldo Nehemiah 
(49ers) and Ken Schroy 
(Jets), both of whom 
are pictured to the left. 

• A total of 15 former 
Terps were on final 
1998 NFL rosters at the 
conclusion of last 
season. 

• Two Terps were 
drafted this past 
spring, bringing to 172 
the number of Mary- 
land players who have 
been selected in the 
National Football 
League's annual draft. 



In This 
Section. . . 

Terps on 1998 NFL Rosters . 
All-lime Terps in die NFL ... 

First Round Draft Picks 

All-Time NFL Draft Picks 

NFL Players by Position 

Maryland's QB Legacy 

The King of Comebacks 




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AZIZUDDIN 

Abdur-Ra'oof, WR 

Kansas Cit\ I I9KK 89) 
Dick Absher, LB-K 

Washington ( 1967) 

Ulanta (1967 68) 

New Orleans ( 1969 71) 

Philadelphia (1972) 
John Alderton, DE 

Pittsburgh (1953) 
O'Brien Alston, LB 

Indianapolis 1 1988 92) 
Steve Atkins. RB 

Green Ba\ (I9"9-81) 
i Philadelphia (1981) 
'Jess Atkinson, PK 

N ^ i.i.iiiis 1 1985) 

Si Louis (1985) 

Washington (1986-87) 

I Indianapolis 1 1988) 
Bob Avellini, QB 

Chicago Hears 1 1975 83) 

\>i lets ( 1984) 
'Rick Badanjek, FB 

Washington (1986) 

tUanta ( 1987-88) 
Dick Bielski. FB-TE-PK 

Philadelphia (1955-59) 

Dallas (1960-61) 

Baltimore Colts 1 1962 63) 
Alvin Blount, RB 

Dallas 1 1987) 
Rod Breedlove, LB 

Washington 1 1960-64) 

Pittsburgh (1965-67) 
Brooke Brewer, HB 

Cleveland (1921) 

Utron 1 1922) 
Donald Brown. DB 

Miami (1986) 

San Diego (1986) 

\ ) Giants 1 1987) 
J.B. Brown. DB 

Miami (1989-96) 

Pittsburgh (1997) 

\n/niia ( I 'His i 
Tom Brown, S 

Green Bay i 196*) 68) 

Washington 1 1969) 

-LOYD BURRUSS. S 

Kansas City (1981-91. 1993) 

Denver (1992) 
Harry Butsko, LB 

Washington (1963) 
Ioe Campbell, DE 

New. Orleans ( l9~"- 7 8) 

Oakland (1979-81) 

rampaBa\ (1981) 
-ouis Carter, RB 

Oakland (19~5) 

Tampa Bay 1 1976-78) 
Ted Chapman, DE 

L V Raiders 1 1987) 
Tom Cichowski. T 

Denver ( 19CT-68) 
7 red Cole, G 
I \ Chargers (I960) 




Boomer Esiason played with the Bengals from 198-1-92 and in 199" 



Gary Collins, FL-P 

Cleveland (1962-71) 
Lloyd Colteryahn, E 

Baltimore Colts ( 1954-56) 
George Colton, G 

Vu England i 1987) 
Ed Cooke, DE 

Chicago Bears ( 1958) 

Philadelphia i I95.SI 

Baltimore Colts 1 1959) 

N.i ntans (1960-62) 

N.I Jets ( 1903 > 

Denver (1964-65) 

Miiuni ( 1966-67) 
Jim Corcoran, QB 

Boston 1 1968) 
Dave Crossan, C 

Washington ( 1965-69) 
Dave D'Addio. RB 

Detroit 1 1984) 
Matt D'Amico, LB 

Cincinnati ( 1989) 
Jack Davis, G 

Boston 1 1960) 



Darren Drozdov, DT 

Denver (1993) 
Mark Duda, DT 

St Louis ( 1983-87) 
Ferrell Edmunds, TE 

Miami (1988-92) 

Seattle (1993-94) 

Boomer Esiason, QB 

Cincinnati (1984-92. 1997) 

N.I Jets (1993-95) 

Arizona (1996-97) 
Chuck Faucette, LB 

San Diego 1 1987-88) 
Ron Fazio, TE 

Philadelphia (1987) 
Ralph Felton, LB 

Washington 1 1954-60) 

Buffalo (1961-62) 
Andy Fletcher, FB 

Buffalo (1920) 
Ed Fullerton, DB 

Pittsburgh 1 1953) 
Ed Fulton, G 

I \ Ranis 197s 
Buffalo ( 1979) 




Kevin Glover 

Lu Gambino, HB 

Baltimore Colts 1 1948-49) 
Stan Gelbaugh, QB 

Buffalo (1986-89) 

Seattle (1 992 -95) 
O'Neil Glenn, OT 

New England 1 1991 1 
Kevin Glover, C 

Detroit (1985-97) 

Seatde(1998) 
Tony Greene, CB 

Buffalo (1971 "'ii 
Chet Hanulak, HB 

Cleveland 1 1954, 1957) 
Don Healy, T 

Chicago (1958 59) 

Dallas (1960-61) 

Buffalo (1962) 
Bo Hickey, RB 

Denver (1967) 
Eric Hicks, DE 

Kansas Cit) 1 1'i'is-i 
Steve Ingram, OL 

Tampa Ha\ 1 1995) 
Ben Jefferson, OT 

Indianapolis 1 1989-90) 
Rick Jennings, WR 

Oakland (1976-77) 

Tampa Bay (1977) 

San Francisco < 19 1 
Barry Johnson. WR 

Denver (1991-92) 
Charles Johnson. NT 

Green Bay (1979-80, 1983) 
Vernon Joines, WR 

Cleveland (1989-9°) 

Denver (1991 1 

Clarence Jones, OT 

N.Y. Giants (1991-94) 

Si loins Rams 1 1 

New Orleans (1996-) 
Stan Jones, G-T-DT 

Chicago Bears < 1954-65) 

Washington < 1966) 
Willie Joyner, RB 

Houston 1 198 i 

Vince Kinney. WR 

Denver 1 1978 7 



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Bill Kirchiro, G 

Baltimore Colls (1962) 
Mike Kiselak, OL 

Dallas (1998-) 
Pete Koch, DE 

Cincinnati (1984), 

Kansas at) (1985-88) 

LA Raiders (1989-90) 
Ray Krouse, DT 

N.Y. Giants (1951-55) 

Detroit (1956-5") 

Baltimore Colts (1958-59) 

Washington 1 1960) 
Pete Ladygo. G 

Pittsburgh (1952, 1954) 
Jermaine Lewis, WR 

Baltimore Havens (1996-) 
John Lookabaugh. E 

Washington ( 1946-47) 
J.D. Maarleveld, T 

Tampa Baj (1986-87) 
Mark Manges, QB 

St. Louis (1978) 
Larry Marshall, KR-DB 

Kansas Citj { 1972-73) 

Minnesota I ITt) 

Philadelphia! Urn-—) 

L \ Rams 1 1 978 ) 
Jim Meade, FB 

Washington (1939-40) 
Roland Merritt, WR 

Washington (1970) 
Bruce Mesner, DT 

Buffalo (1987) 

Kansas Cit) (1988) 
Scott Milanovich, QB 

Tampa Baj (1996-98) 



Steve Mike-Mayer, PK 

San Francisco ( 1975-76) 

Detroit (1977) 

New Orleans (ITS) 

Baltimore Colts (1979-80) 
James Milling, WR 

Atlanta (1988-91) 

N.Y. Giants (1991) 
Charlie Mills, FB 

Buffalo (1920) 
Dick Modzelewski, DT 

Washington ( 1953-54) 

Pittsburgh (1955) 

N.Y. Giants (1956-63) 

Cleveland (1964-66) 
Ed Modzelewski, FB 

Pittsburgh (1952) 

Cleveland 1 1955-59) 
Tommy Mont, QB 

Washington (1947-49) 
Bob Morgan, T 

Chicago Cardinals ( 1954 1 

Washington (1954) 
Joe Moss, T 

Washington (1952) 
Chip Myrtle, LB 

Denver (1 967-72) 

San Diego (1974) 
Renaldo Nehemiah, WR 

San Francisco (1982-84) 
Ed Nickla, G 

Chicago ( 1959) 
Dick Nolan, DB 

N.Y. Giants (1954-57, 1959-61) 

Chicago Cardinals ( 1958) 

Dallas (1962) 





Jermaine Lewis has been a standout with the Baltimore Ravens since 1996. 



Neil O'Donnell played one season with 
the Bengals in 1998. 



Jack Norris, E 

Staten Island (I9.s2) 
Neil O'Donnell, QB 

Pittsburgh (1990-95) 

N.Y. Jets (1996-97) 

Cincinnati (1998) 
Eric Ogbogu, LB 

New York Jets (1 998-) 
Neal Olkewicz, LB 

Washington (1979-89) 
Dave Pacella, G-C 

Philadelphia (1984) 

Al Pastrana, QB 

Denver (1969-70) 
Bob Pellegrini, LB 

Philadelphia (1956, 1958-61) 

Washington (1962-65) 
Phil Perlo, LB 

Houston ( I960) 
Dan Plocki, K 

Cleveland (1989) 

Warren Powers, DE 

Denver (1989-92) 
Rob Raba, TE 

N.Y. Jets (1977-79) 

Baltimore Colts (1980) 

Washington (1981) 
Don Ratliff, DE 

Philadelphia ( 1975) 

Frank Reich, QB 
Buffalo (1985-94) 
Carolina (1995) 
\i lets (1996) 
Detroil (I997-) 



Guy Roberts, LB 

Houston (1972-75) 

Atlanta (1976) 

Miami ( 1977) 
Walter Rock, T 

San Francisco ( 1963-67) 

Washington (1968-".i) 
Jeff Rodenberger, RB 

New Orleans (198") 
Stan Rogers, T 

Denver (1975) 
Mike Sandusky, T-G 

Pittsburgh (1957-65) 
Jack Scarbath, QB 

Washington 1 1953-54) 

Pittsburgh (1956) 
Scott Schankweiler, LE 

Buffalo (1987) 
Ken Schroy, S 

N.Y. Jels (1977-84) 
John Schultz, WR 

Denver (1976-78) 
Chad Scott, DB 

Pittsburgh (199") 
Sean Scott, LB 

Dallas (1988) 
Ben Scotti, DB 

Washington (1959-61) 

Philadelphia (1962-63) 

San Francisco ( 1 964 1 
Dick Shiner, QB 

Washington (1964-66) 

Cleveland (196") 

Pittsburgh (1968-69) 

N.Y. Giants (19"0) 

Atlanta (1971-73) 

New England (1973-74) 




Brie Ogbogu with the Jets 






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ALL-TIME TERPS IN THE NFL 



Roger Shoals, T 

Cleveland 1 1963 54) 

Delroil 1 1965 70) 

Denvei i l l )71) 
Eric Sievers. TE 

mii Diego 1 1981 88) 

l \ Rams 1 1988) 

New England 1 1989 90) 
Geroy Simon, WR 

lampa Bay 1 1997) 
Irv Smith, DB 

Washington 1 1993) 
Jerry Snyder, HB 

\> Giants 1 1929) 

Staler Island (1930) 
Ron Solt, G 

Indianapolis 1 1984 88, 1992) 

Philadelphia (1988-91) 
Chad Sydnor, DB 

Chicago 1 1989) 
John Tice. TE 

New Orleans 1 1983 91 1 

Minnesota 1 1 1 )')-' 94) 
Mike Tice. TE 

SeatUe (1981-88, 1990-92) 

Washington 1 1989) 

Minnesota (1993 1995) 




VI Wallace with the Eagles. 

Steve Trimble, DB 

Denver (1981-83) 
Billy Van Heusen, SE-P 

Denver 1 1968-76) 



Ed Vereb, HB 

Washington 1 1960) 
Kevin Walker, LB 

Cincinnati 1 1988 92) 
Al Wallace, DE 

Philadelphia 1 1997 I 
Ron Waller, HB-KR 

I. \ Rams I 1955-58) 

I. \ Chargers (I960) 
Larry Webster, DT 

Miami 1 1992 94) 

Cleveland (1995) 

Baltimore Ravens (1996 I 
Randy White, DT 

Dallas 1 1975 ssi 
Walter White, TE 

Kansas City i 1975-79) 
Eric Wilson, LB 

Buffalo ( 1985-86) 

Washington (1987) 
Tim Wilson. RB-TE 

Houston I 1977-82) 

New Orleans (1983-84) 
Elmer Wingate, DE 

Baltimore Colts (1953) 
John Wright, FB 

Baltimore Colts i 1947) 



rom 1975-88 and was named co-MVP of Super Bowl XII as Dallas topped the Broncos. 




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Larry Webster with 
the Ravens. 




Kervin Wyatt, LB 

N ) Giants (1980) 
Frank Wycheck, HB 

Washington 1 1993-94) 

Houston/Tennessee (1995 I 
Scott Zolak, QB 

New England (1991-98) 

New York Jets (1999) 

Vote Through l99Sseason — additions or cor 
notions to the abot e list should be submitted to 
the Maryland media rektiioni 



Maryland Head 

Coaches to 
Coach In NFL 

Bobby Ross 

Maryland ( 1982-86) 

San Diego Chargers ( 1992-96) 

Detroit Lions 1 1997-present) 

Lou Saban 
Maryland (1966) 
Boston Patriots 1 1960-61) 
Buffalo Bills (1962-65 1972-76) 
Denver Broncos ( 1967-71) 

Clark Shaughnessy 
Man land (1942, 19*6) 
Los tageles Rams (1948-49) 

Maryland 

Players to 

Coach In NFL 

Dick Modzelewski 

Cleveland Browns ( 19") 
Dick Nolan 

san Francisco 49ers 1 1968 " ; 

New Orleans Saints 
Ron Waller 

San Diego Chargers 

Sole Only Head Coach 



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LAND TERRAPINS FOOTBAL 




MARYLAND'S ALL-TIME NFL DRAFT PICKS 



First Round Draft Picks 

1952 Ed Modzelewski, B (5) Pittsburgh 

1953 JackScarbath, B (2) Washington 

1954 Bernie Faloney, B ( 10) San Francisco 

1955 Dick Bielski, B (8) Philadelphia 

I95d Bob Pellegrini, C (3) Philadelphia 

EdVereb, B (11) Washington 

1%2 Gary Collins, F. Cleveland 

Boston (AFL) 

1975 Ranch/White, DT (2) Dallas 

1977 Joe Campbell, DE (7) New Orleans 

1984 Pete Koch, DE (lb) Cincinnati 

RonSolt, OG (19) Indianapolis 

199" Chad Scott, DB (24) Pittsburgh 




1937 

d Bill Guckeyson, B Philadelphia 

1944 

12 Tommy Mont, B New York Giants 

1945 

16 Bill Byrd, C New York Giants 

24 Lu Gambino, B Chicago Bears 

1946 

28 Don Gleasner, E Boston 

1947 

1 1 Emile Fritz, G Chicago Bears 



1948 



28 Ham Bonk, B . 



. Boston 



1950 

20 Fred Davis, E Detroit 

25 Jim Brasher, C Cleveland 

20 Earl Roth, B Washington 

1951 

2 Ray Krouse, T New York Giants 

-i Elmer Wingate, E New York Yanks 

9 Jake Rowden, C Washington 

10 Chester Gierula, G Cleveland 

1952 

1 Ed Modzelewski, B Pittsburgh 

6 Dave Cianelli, C Texas 

6 Ed Kensler, G Washington 

13 Tom Cosgrove, C Cleveland 

14 Joe Moss, T Los Angeles Rams 

10 Pete Ladygo, G Pittsburgh 

23 Paul Nestor, T Chicago Bears 

24 Bob Ward, G Texas 

20 Chuck Fry, T Chicago Cardinals 

2" Bill Maletzky. G Cleveland 

28 Karney Scioscia, B Chicago Bears 

30 Boh Shemonski, B Chicago Bears 

1953 

1 Jack Scarbath, B Washington 

2 Dick Modzelewski, T Washington 

4 Lloyd Colteryahn, E Pittsburgh 

4 Ed Fullerton, B San Francisco 

5 Stan Jones, T Chicago Bears 

John Alderton, E Pittsburgh 

8 Boh Morgan. T Los Angeles Rams 

8 Lew Weidensaul, E Washington 

11 Ed O'Connor, T Pittsburgh 

25 Art llurd, G Washington 

1954 

1 Bernie Faloney B San Francisco 

2 Chet (The Jet) llamilak. B Cleveland 

t Dick Nolan, B New York Giants 

4 Charlie Boxold, B San Francisco 

i Ralph Felton, B Washington 

1 2 Tom Breunich, T Cleveland 

1 5 Charles l.attimer. C Pittsburgh 

20 Ralph Baierl, T Green Baj 



1955 

1 Dick Bielski, B Philadelphia 

2 Ron Waller, B Los Angeles Ram\ 

Jack Bowersox, G Chicago Cardinals 

8 Sam Irvine, C Chicago Cardinals 

8 Bill Walker, E Detroit 

13 Tom Mcl.uckie, G Chicago Cardinals 

15 Don Brougher, C Philadelphia 

1" Lynn Beightol, B Green Bav 

11 George Albrecht. B Detroit 

20 George Palahunik, G Philadelphia 

1956 

1 Bob Pellegrini, C Philadelphia 

I Ed Vereb, B Washington 

8 Russ Dennis, E Green Bav 

10 Bob Laughery, B Green Bav 

I I Tom Selep, B Detroit 

1957 

-i Mike Sandusky, T San Francisco 

14 Joe Lazzarino, T Los Angeles Rams 

15 Gene Alderton, C Detroit 

10 Ed lleuring, E Chicago Bears 

17 Frank Tamburello, B Cleveland 

18 Al Wharton, G Chicago Bears 

2?i Jack Mealy, B New York Giants 

29 Howie Dare, B Green Bai 

1958 

3 Ed Cooke, E Chicago Bears 

3 Don Healy. T Chicago Bears 

28 Wilbur Main, B Chicago Bears 

1959 

Fred Cole, G Chicago Bear- 

14 KurtSchwarz, G Washington 

I960 

5 Rod Breedlove, G San Francisco 

1961 

10 Roger Shoals, T Clevelam 

17 Everett Cloud, B Dallas 

1962 

1 Garj Collins, E Clevelam 

Bill Kirchiro, G St. Lout: 

It Jim Davidson, B Detroi 

15 Dick Barlund, E St. Lour 

1963 

2 Tom Brown, B Green B.i 

2 Walter Rock. G San Francis I 

5 Dave Crossan, G-C Philadelphii 

15 Harry Butsko, LB Washinglot 

1964 

7 link Sinner. QB washingtol 

N Ernie Vrizzi, B Philadelphia 



1965 

i > Ken \mbrusko, B Chicago Bead 

1 1 [em Fishman, LB Baitimon 



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MARYLAND'S ALL-TIME NFL 



1966 

loin CichowsW, or 



Green Bav 



1967 

s Dick tosher, TE Philadelphia 

1 1 Bo Hickey, IB St, Louis 

1968 

I i lorn Myslinski, (Mi New York Jets 

1969 

in Ron Pearson, TE-LB Chicago Bears 

I I Man Pastrana. QB Denver 

I J Ham Blackney, KB New York Giants 

1970 

Roland Merritt,WR Washington 

9 Ralph Sonntag, OT Washington 

1972 

8 Guy Roherts, I.B Houston 

Is Lam Marshall, DB KansasCitv, 

1974 

" Ban Purvis, OT Green Bay 

U Paul Vellano, 1)T Chicago Bears 



1975 

Rand} White, DT Dallas 

Louis Carter, KB Oakland 

Sine Mike-Mayer, PK San Francisco 

Waller While. TE Pittsburgh 

Stan Rogers, OT Denver 

Bob Vvellini, QB Chicago Bears 

Phil Wagenheim, P Baltimore 

Ken Schroy, DB Philadelphia 

Harry Walters, I.B Denver 

Robert Smith, DB Baltimore 

Frank Russell, w K Baltimore 



I 3 



10 

III 
12 
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17 



1976 



1 1 Rick Jennings, RB Oakland 



I 

3 
i 
6 
12 



1977 

Joe Campbell, DE New Orleans 

Tim Wilson. RB Houston 

Kd Fulton, 0(i Fos tageles Rams 

loin Schick, 0(i New Orleans 

Dave Conrad. OT Not York Jets 



1978 

-i Mark Manges. QB Fos togeles Rams 

JlO Vinee Kinney, WR Denver 

1979 

2 Steve Ukuis. RB Green Bay 

3 Charles lolmson. DT Green Bav 



1 980 



110 Lam Stewart. OT 



Baltimore 



1981 

3 Llovd Burruss, DB Kansas Citj 

4 Eric Sievers, TE San Diego 

6 Sam Johnson. DB Detroit 

111 Ed Gall, DT New York lets 




c 

l l )Sl draft pick Eric Sievers 

1982 

l > Darnell Dailey. I.B St. Louis 

1983 

3 John Tice. TE New Orleans 

4 MarkDuda. DT St. loins 

Gurnesl Brown, DT Buffalo 

1984 

1 Pete Koch. DE Cincinnati 

1 Ron Soli, OG Indianapolis 

2 Boomer Fsiason, QB Cincinnati 

4 Dave D'Addio, RB Detroit 

Willie Joyner, RB Houston 

12 Russell Davis. WR Buffalo 

1985 

2 Kevin Glover, C Detroit 

3 Frank Reich. QB Buffalo 

Eric Wilson. LB Green Bay 

1986 

5 ID Maarleveld, OT Tampa Bay 

5 Donald Brown. DB San Diego 

6 Sum Gelbaugh, QB Dallas 

7 Rick Badanjek, RB Washington 

c ) George Colton. OG Not England 

1 1 Fen Lynch, OG New York Giants 

1987 

8 Bruce Mesner. DE Buffalo 

9 Alvin Blount. RB Dallas 

10 Chuck Faucelte. LB New York Giants 

11 Tommy Neal. RB Denver 

1988 

3 Kevin Walker. LB Cincinnati 

3 Ferrell Edmunds, TE Miami 

9 V/izuddin Ahdur-Ra'oof. WR Kansas City 

10 O'Brien Alston. FB Indianapolis 

1 1 lames Milling. \YR Ulanta 



DRAFT PICKS 

1989 

2 Warren Powers, DE Denver 

5 Vernon Joines, w R Cleveland 

li DanPlocki,PK i leveland 

12 IB. Broun. DB Miami 

1990 

3 Neil O'Donnell, QB Pittsburgh 

12 Blaine Rose, OG New England 

1991 

■t Scott Zolak, QB New England 

-i Clarence Jones, OT New York Giants 

9 O'Neil Glenn, OG New England 

1992 

3 Larrj Webster, DT Miami 

Derek Steele. DE Indianapolis 

1993 

Frank Wycheck, TE Washington 

1995 

Sieve Ingrain. OG Tampa Bay 

1996 

5 jeimauie Lewis, wk Baltimore 

1997 

1 Chad Scott. DB Pittsburgh 

1998 

o Eric Ogbogu, DE New York Jets 

1999 

5 Eric Barton. I.B Oakland 

6 Kendall Ogle. LB Cleveland 

Source: XFL 




1986 draft pick Stan Gelbaugh 



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MARYLAND'S NFL PLAYERS BY POSITION 




Quarterbacks 



Bob Avellini 


1975-84 


Jim Corcoran 


1968 


Boomer Esiason 


1984-9" 


Stan Gelbaugh 


1986-95 


Mark Manges 


1978 


Scott Milanovich 


1996- 


Tommy Mont 


1947-49 


Neil O'Donnell 


1990- 


Al Pastrana 


1969-70 


Frank Reich 


1985- 


Jack Scarbath 


1953-56 


Dick Shiner 


1964-74 


Scott Zolak 


1991- 



Bob Avellini 





Receivers/Tight Ends 



Azizuddin Abdur-Ra'oof 1988-89 




Dick Bielski 


1955-63 




Can Collins 


1962-71 

1954-56 


■ f 


Llovd Colteryahn 


* 1 


Ferrell Edmunds 


1988-94 


Ron Fazio 


1987 


Rick Jennings 


1976-77 g 


Barry Johnson 


1991-92 


Vernon Joines 


1989-91 


Vince Kinney 


1978-79 

1996- 
1970 




Jermaine Lewis 




Roland Merritl 




lames Milling 


1988-91 


Renaldo Nehemiah 


1982-84 


B 


Rob Raba 


1977-31 


1 


John Schultz 


1976-78 


Eric Sievers 


1981-90 


Geroy Simon 


1997 


John Tice 


1983-94 WW 


Mike Tice 


1981-95 


Bilk Van Heusen 


1968-76 L. 


Walter White 


1975-79 




Jermaine Lewis 











Running Backs 



Steve Atkins 
Rick Badanjek 
Dick Bielski 
Alvin Blount 
Brooke Brewer 
Louis Carter 
Dave D'Addio 
And) Fletcher 
Lu Gambino 
Chet Hanulak 
Bo Hickey 
Willie Joyner 
Jim Meade 
Charlie Mills 
l-d Modzelewski 
Jeff Rodenberger 
Jerrj Snyder 
EdVereb 
Ron Waller 
Tun Wilson 
John Wright 
Frank Wycheck 



1979-81 

1986-88 

1955-63 

1987 

1921-22 

1975-78 

1984 

1920 

1948-49 

1954-57 

1967 

1984 

1939-40 

1920 

1952, '5! 

1987 

1929-30 

1960 

1955-58, '60 

1977-84 

1947 

1993- 



59 



Frank Wycheck 





Offensive Linemen 



Tom Cichovvski 
Fred Cole 
George Colton 
Dave Crossan 
Jack Davis 
Ed Fulton 
O'Neil Glenn 
Kevin Glover 
Don Healy 
Steve Ingram 
Ben Jefferson 
Clarence Jones 
Stan Jones 
Bill Kirchiro 
Mike Kiselak 
Pete Lath go 
J.D. Maarleveld 
Bob Morgan 
Joe Moss 
Ed Nickla 
DavePacella 
Waller Rock 
Stan Rogers 
Mike Sandusky 
Ron Soil 



1967-68 

1960 

1987 

1965-69 

1960 

1978-79 

1991 

1985- 

1958-62 

1995 

1989-90 

1991- 

1954-66 

1962 

1998- 

1952, '54 

1986-87 

1954 

1052 

1959 

I OS I 

1963-73 

I0"5 

1957-65 
1984-92 



Mike kiselak 



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Defensive Linemen 



John Aklcrlon 


1953 


be Campbell 


1977-81 


Ted Chapman 


1987 


lid Cooke 


1958-67 


Darren Drozdo\ 


1993 


Mark Duda 


1983-87 


Eric links 


1998- 


Charles Johnson 


1979-80, '83 


Stan |ones 


1954-66 


Pele Koch 


1984-90 


Ra\ Krouse 


1951-60 


John Lookabaugh 


1946-47 


Bruce Mesner 


1987-88 


Dick Modzelewski 


1953-66 


Boh Morgan 


I'tS) 


kick Norris 


1932 


Brie Ogbogu 


1998- 


Warren Powers 


1989-92 


Don Radiff 


1975 


Waller Rock 


1963-73 


Roger Shoals 


1963-71 


Al Wallace 


1997- 


Lam \\ ebster 


1992- 


land\ while 


1975-88 


Elmer Wingate 


1953 



Randy White 





Defensive Backs 



Donald Brown 


1986-87 


J.B Brown 


1989- 


Tom Brown 


1964-69 


Uovd Burmss 


1981-93 


B Fullerton 


1953 


Ton\ Greene 


1971-79 


lam Marshall 


1972-78 


Dick Nolan 


1954-62 


Ken Schrov 


1977-84 


Chad Scon 


1997- 


Ben Scotti 


1959-64 


In Sniidi 


1993 


Chad Sydnor 


1989 


■eve Trimble 


1981-83 



J.B. Brown 





Linebackers 



Dick Ahsher 


1967-72 


O'Brien \lslon 


1988-92 


Rod Breedlove 


1960-67 


Mam Butsko 


1963 


Matt D'Amico 


1989 


Chuck I'aneette 


1987 88 


Ralph Felton 


1954-62 


Chip Myrtle 


1967-72,74 


Seal Olkewicz 


197^-89 


Boh Pellegrini 


1956, '58 65 


Phil Perlo 


I960 


Guy Roberts 


1972-77 


Scott Schankweiler 


1987 


Sean Scott 


1988 


Kevin Walker 


1988-92 


Eric Wilson 


1985-87 


Ken in Wyatl 


1980 



Chuck Faucette ► 




Kickers/Punters 



Dick Absher 


1967-72 


less \ikinson 


1985-88 


Dick Bielski 


1955-63 


Can' Collins 


1962-71 


Lam Marshall 


1972-78 


Steve Mike-Mayer 


1975-80 


Dan Plocki 


1989 


Bilk Van Heusen 


1968-76 


Ron Waller 


1955-58 



Jess Atkinson 




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MARYLAND'S QUARTERBACK LEGACY 




Boomer Esiason 



Over the years Man land has carved a well-earned 
reputation as Quarterback I, producing no less than 13 
players who have gone on to plaj the position in die Na- 
tional Football League. Here sa brief look at some of the 
Terps' most celebrated signal-callers: 

Jack Scarbath (1950-52) - Maryland's split T 
quarterback was runner-up to Bill) Vessels lor the 
Heisman Tropin and was a unanimous All-America se- 
lection in l l )32 Named s/""'/ magazine's Sportsman of 
the Year," Scarbath was a unanimous All South selection 
and the Southern Conferem " eroftheYear, In three 
seasons, the Terps were 24 i rbath as QB, in- 

cluding lo ii m 1951 iii' hi in c i \i land's 

second Inst round draft puk going to Wi 
1953 



Bob Avellini (1972-7-») - In his first start as a 
sophomore, he showed a glimpse of things to come, set- 
ting school marks for total offense (312 yards) arid pass- 
ing yards (314) while completing 21 of 31 passes in a 
game \s. Duke. He still ranks among the most accurate 
passers in school history, completing 58.6 percent of his 
passes for 3.222 yards. \ sixth-round draft choice of the 
Chicago Hears in ITS, he went on to have a Ill-year NFL 
career 

Boomer Esiason ( 1981-83) lie was a two-time 
Mi-American who set 1 7 school records and led the lerps 
to the VCC championship in l ( ),X3 and a berth in the fan 
gerine Howl \rguahh the most prolific left handed quar- 
terback in NFL history, Esiason was a four-time I'm Howl 
selection and spent I i seasons in pro football. In l l )SS, 
lie was named the league's MM' and led his Cincinnati 



Bengals to Super Howl Will against the San Franciso 
49ers. He retired in 194" ranked in the lop 111 all-lime 
in passing yards, completions and attempts lie current!) 
is a commentator on ABC Sports Monday. Night football, 
and is actively, involved in the fight against cystic fibrosis 
lie established the Boomer Fsiason Foundation which 
has raised millions of dollars to battle the disease 

Frank Reich ( 1983-84 ) -- Best known lor leading 
the Buffalo Bills back from a 32-point deficit in the l'Wi 
NFL playoffs against Houston, he also commanded ilk 1 
greatest comeback in the college game as well. On No 
111. 1984, Reich replaced Stan (lelbaugh at hallluik 
against No 6 Miami (Fla > down 31-0. Thirtj minutes 
later. Mankind pulled off the miracle upset, \1M). pre- 
serving its run for a second consecutive \('.(' title, lie III ■ 
islied the season as one of the lop-rated passers in if, 



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loiiiitrv He u.is drafted in the third round of the 1985 
raft h\ Buffalo and lias appeared in four Super Bowls 

Stan Gelbaugb (1984-85) - He played behind 
oomer Esiason and Frank Reich before moving into the 
ms starting lineup in l l )S4 when Reich went down 
ith a shoulder injury. Gelbaugh stepped in to lead Man - 
Jid to four wins and a narrow one-point loss on the 
'.iJ to Pciiti State. The following season, the anticipa- 
nt .'I Gelbaugh's return brought the Terps a preseason 
ill). 1 ranking b\ Sport magazine. The Terps went on to 
in the VCC title and a Cherry Bowl championship in '85. 
i served a pair of NFL clubs, the Buffalo Bills and Se- 
nt Seahawks. 

Neil O'DonneU ( 198~-89) - A two-year starter for 
e Terps. he ended his career in the No 2 spot on most 
ijoi Man land passing chains. Drafted b\ the Pittsburgh 



Steelers in 1990, he became the team's franchise player 
during his six seasons on the team, making a Pro Bowl 
appearance in only his second year and leading the 
Steelers to an appearance in Super Bowl XXX. O'DonneU 
continued his career with the New York Jets and Cincin- 
nati Bengals. 

Scott Zolak ( 1989-90) - Despite starting just one 
season for the Terps. he finished his collegiate career 
among Terp leaders in passing \ ards ( i. 1 24 ) and a iraple- 
tions (2~0). His 2.W-) passing yards in 1990 ranked as 
the second-highest single-season total in school history 
and helped earn him honorable mention All-America rec- 
ognition from Football Sews. He was taken in the fourth 
round of the 1991 NFL draft b) the New England Patriots. 

Scott Milanovich ( 1993-95) - lie left campus as 
one of the most decorated Terrapin QB s ever In fact. 



Milanovich still owns or shares i] Man land passing 
records, including career standards for passing yards 
(7,301 ). touchdowns (4 1 )) and completions (650). He- 
was drafted in l e >% by the Tampa Ba\ Buccaneers. 



Maryland QBs in the 
Super Bowl 

Boomer Esiason 

Super Bowl Will Cincinnati ( 1988) 
Frank Reich 

Super Bowl XXV-XXVIII Buffalo (1990-93 ) 
Neil O'Donnell 

Super Bowl XXX Pittsburgh ( 199i ( 
Scott Zolak 

Super Bowl \XX1 New England ( 1996) 



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FRANK REICH: THE KING OF COMEBACKS 




Reich led the Bills back from a 35-3 third-quarter deficit. 



When it comes to engineering 

record-setting comeback victories, 
no one has done it better than 
Maryland's Frank Reich, who was 
at die contn ils for die greatest come- 
backs in NCAA ;md NFL liistory. 

Reich's first encounter with 
greatness occurred as a senior in 
1984, when he came off the bench 
to lead the Terps to what then 
ranked as the biggest comeback 
in NCAA history. Down 31-0 at 
halftime to the defending national 
champion Miami Hurricanes, 
head coach Bobby Ross inserted 
Reich into the lineup in place of 
Stan Gelbaugh, and Reich pro- 
ceeded to complete 12 of 16 
passes for 260 yards and three 
touchdowns in propelling the 
Terps to a 42-40 victory in the 
Orange Bowl. 

Eight years later, on Jan. 3, 
L993, Reich met destiny again as 
he led the Buffalo Bills to the 
greatest comeback in pro football 
annals. As in the Miami game in 
l l )S4, Reich came off the bench 
and performed his heroics against 
a top-notch opponent. This time 
the foe was the Houston Oilers, 
who appeared on their way to an 
easy playoff win by building a 35- 
3 lead early in the second half. 

Reich, however, wasn't de- 
terred. Filling in for the injured 
Jim Kelly, he demonstrated grace 
under fire by throwing for a ca- 
reer-high 28 l ) yards and four 
touchdowns as the Bills went on 
to win 41-38 in overtime. 




January 3, 1 993 
Buffalo 41, Houston 38 



Reich led Mary land to victory after trailing 3 1 -0 at the half. 

November 1 O, 1984 
Maryland 42, Miami 40 



Houston Oilers 7 21 7 3 o 

Buffalo Bills 3 28 7 3 

I -Oilers 9:09 Haywoodjeffires 3 yard pass from Warren Moon (Al Del Greco kick) Hon 

1-Bills 13:36 Steve Christie 36 yard field goal 

2 oilers I) ill Webster Slaughter 7 yard pass from Moon (Del Greco kick) 

2-Oilers 1 1 si Cuius Duncan J<> yard pass hum Moon (Del Greco kick) 

.Miilns it <(■> Jeffires 27 yard pass from Moon (Del Greco kick) 

i Oilers I il Johnny McDowell ss yard interception return (Del Greco kick) 

vliilK 6:08 Kenneth Davis l yard run (Christie kick) 

> Bills 7:04 Don Beebe is yard pass from Frank Reich (Christie kick) 

3-Bills 10:39 Andre Reed 26 yard pass from Reich (Christie kick) 

3-Bills 13:00 Heed 18 yard pass from Reich (Christie kick) 

i Bills ll 32 Reed 17 yard pass from Reich (Christie kick) 

i-Oilers 14:48 Del Greco 26 yard field goal 

OT-Bills 5:06 Christie 32 yard field goal 

Rushing: oilers- wiuic 19-75, Mo.m .' 7, Montgomery 1-0; Bills- D.ims 13-68, Thomas 1 1 26, 

Gardnei i 5 Reii h I minus I 
Passing: Oilers- Moon 16-50-371 ill). 2l\r. Bills- Reich 21 54-289 4 TD, 1 INT 
Receiving: Oilers- Givens 9 1 17, |effires8 98, Slaughter 8 73 Duncan 8 57, Harris 2-24, White l 

il Bills- Reed 8- 136, Beebe i-64 Meftelaars3 13, Davis 2-25, Lofton 2-24, Thomas 2-minus 3 



--38 


Maryland 


--41 


Miami (Fla. ) 


Hou, 7-0 


1 -Miami 


Moll _ s 


2-Miami 


Hon, 1 i-3 


2-Miami 


Hou, 21-3 


2-Miami 


Hon, 28-3 


2-Miami 


Hon. 35-3 


3-Maryland 


Hou, 35-10 


3 Mankind 


Hon. 55-17 


3-Miami 


Hou, 35-24 


3 Man land 


Hon, 55 ^ 


i- Man land 


Bui. 58-35 


i Maryland 


Tie, 38-38 


i Mankind 


Kul. il 58 


i Miami 



O 21 21 

7 24 3 6 

Bernie Kosar I yard run (Greg Cox kick) 
Willie Smith 7 yard pass from Kosar (Cox kick) 
Smith 1 1 yard pass from kosar (Cox kick) 
Cox 18 yard field goal 
Charles Minn I yard pass from Kos.u (Cox kick) 



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Mia, 7-0 
Mia, I i-o 
Mia, 21-0 
Mia 24-0 
Mia, 51-0 



Greg Hill 39 yard pass from frank Reich Hess Vlkmson kick! Mia, 31-" 

Reich I yard run ( Ukinson kick) Mia, 31-1 

Cox 19 yard field goal Mia, 3t-i 

Mvin Blount I yard pass from Reich ( Vlkmson kick) Mia, 1 1 

Tommy Neal 1 1 yard run (Atkinson kick) Mia, 34-2 

Mill 68 yard pass from Reich ( Ukinson kuki I M, 55 ! 

Rick Badanjek i yard run (Atkinson kick) im. 12-3 

Eddie Brown 5 yard pass from Kosar (2-pl pass tailed) I M, 12- 1 

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LEADING THE 
WA Y INTO THE 
21 ST CENTURY 

• A Carnegie Research-I university 

• Member, Association of American universities ( aau) 

• Flagship of the university System of Maryland 
•Division I NCAA Athletics 



"Strive for clarity, but accept and 
understand ambiguity. " 

That phrase captures one way in which an educated person 
approaches the world and its challenges. Students who graduate 
from the University of Mankind have been exposed to the tools 
that allow them to put that perspective to work. Imparting such a 
perspective may be an ambitious project for undergraduate edu- 
cation, but to aim for anything less would be unworthy of a great 
university's goals for its students. Ten years ago, Promises to Keep, 
a plan for undergraduate education at Maryland, articulated those 
goals so eloquently we repeat them here. 

Undergraduate education at Mankind "aims to provide stu- 
dents with a sense of identity and purpose, a concern for others, a 
sense of responsibility for the quality of life around them, a con- 
tinuing eagerness for knowledge and understanding, 
and a foundation for a lifetime of personal enrichment. 
As we learn with and from one another, we try to 
"develop human values," "celebrate tolerance and fair- 
ness," "contribute to the social conscience," "monitor 
and assess private and collective assumptions." and 
"recognize the glory, tragedy and humor of the human 
condition." Your years at the University of Mankind can 
provide you with all the tools you need to accomplish 
these goals. Students here are "educated to be able to 
read with perception and pleasure, write and speak with 
clarity and verve, handle numbers and computation pro- 
ficiently, reason mathematically, generate clear ques- 
tions and find probable arguments, reach substantiated 
conclusions, and accept ambiguity" 

And we also hope you enjoj the journey. 





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The Campus 
The I niversit) ol Maryland, College Park, is the 

miisi comprehensive institution of higher education, 
research and service in the slate The university offers 
100 undergraduate majors, 88 master's programs and 
d i ) doctoral programs in 1 5 colleges and schools. 

The universitj is one of only 30 public research 
universities thai are members of the prestigious 58- 
Biember Association of Vmerican I niversities. Ii is clas- 
sified .is. i Research I university In the Carnegie Foun- 
dation In virtue of the range ol its baccalaureate pro 
grams, the amount of federal support received and 
die number of doctoral degrees awarded each year, 
sharing that honor with the top research universities 
in [he country. 

\mong the public universities in die Association 
of Vmerican I niversities, Maryland ranks among the 
top in percentage of \lrican American undergraduate 
Students. In addition, the university has the largest 
Dumber of African-Americans and oilier minority 
members among lis peers 

Flagship Status 
In 1988, the I niversity of Maryland. College Park, 
was designated as the flagship institution for the Uni- 
versity System ol Maryland. Vs well as pursuing a seri- 
ous research mission and continuing its high level of 
service to the state, the university rededicated itself to 
providing the highest quality graduate and undergradu- 
ate education Increased undergraduate opportunities 
lor research and individual study; the development of 
he College Park Scholars Program and the expansion 
ifihe I niversity Honors Program; the genesis of Hon- 
>rs Humanities and Gemstone; the creation of CORE, 
i lie general education program; and the establishment 
i)f the Center for Teaching Excellence all affirmed the 
egislature's designation of flagship. 





Libraries 

Seven libraries make up the University of Mary- 
land library system: McKeldin (main) Library, Archi- 
tecture Library, Art Library, Engineering and Physical 
Sciences Library, Hornbake Library, Performing Arts 
Library, White Memorial (Chemistry) Library 

These libraries constitute the largest university 
research library institution in the Washington metro- 
politan area, providing vital resources to researchers, 
v isiting scholars, and businesses throughout the region. 
The libraries' holdings include more than J.S million 
volumes. 1 i.DOi) subscriptions to periodicals and nearlv 
S million items available in microfilm format. 

Research 

Opportunities for conducting research abound 
at the University of Maryland, College Park, and in the 
surrounding area, both for faculty to advance their 
own expertise and bring their insights into the class- 
room, and for students to begin their exploration of 
their special interests with practical experience. On 
campus, special facilities and a number of organized 
research centers, bureaus, and institutes promote the 
acquisition and analysis of new knowledge in the arts, 
sciences and applied fields. 

The university's enviable location — just nine 
miles from downtown Washington, D.C.. and approxi- 
mately 30 miles from both Baltimore and Annapolis 
— enhances the research of its faculty and students 
In providing access to some of the finest libraries and 
research centers in the country. 

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 edu- 
cation communities 

With more than 90 high technology firms in the 
three-county area of Montgomery, Prince George's and 
Frederick counties, the university has found abundant 
opportunity to extend its business and technology out- 
reach programs to the region. Many of these programs 



are part of the Engineering Research Center, which 
operates the Technology Advancement Program and 
the Mankind Industrial Partnerships, programs de- 
signed to provide Maryland entrepreneurs and small 
businesses with research facilities, technical assis- 
tance, administrative support, and access to technol- 
ogy 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 communi- 
cations, manufacturing, controls and robotics. 

The University of Maryland features a diversity 
of cultural and recreational activities. Four art galler- 
ies, more than 200 annual musical performances and 
countless dance and theater productions, expose au- 
diences to the broadest range of programs in the arts 
And intercollegiate, club and intramural sports pro- 
vide students of all levels an opportunity to participate 
as spectators or athletes. 

A Wired World 

Students at the University of Mankind are part 
of an academic community that enjoys free access to 
networked computer resources and facilities that are 
among the best in the country. Free computer accounts 
enable users to store class work on a networked server, 
download classroom support materials and other elec- 
tronic information from campus networked resources 
such as infor.M. or send electronic mail to faculty, fel- 
low students or friends at other universities. 





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College of 

Agriculture and 

Natural Resources 

The College of Agriculture and Natu- 
ral Resources offers a variety of academic 
programs that apply science, manage- 
ment, design, and engineering to improve 
the world in which we live and work. Feed- 
ing the world population, developing sci- 
entifically-based land use practices and 
policies, understanding animal and plant 
biology, improving nutrition and its effects 
on human health, and profitably manag- 
ing farms and agribusinesses in harmony 
with ecosystems are all vital concerns of 
the college. 

School of 
Architecture 

The School of Architecture offers a 
four-year undergraduate program leading 
to the bachelor of science degree in ar- 
chitecture, and a graduate program lead- 
ing to the professional master of archi- 
tecture. The undergraduate major in ar- 
chitecture is designed to minimize the time 
required to complete the curriculum lead- 
ing to the professional degree. Students 
receive rigorous and comprehensive in- 
struction from a faculty whose members 
are active in professional practice or re- 
search. Many faculty members have dis- 
tinguished themselves across the profes- 
sional spectrum and represent different 
approaches to architectural design. The 
B.S. degree in architecture will qualify 
graduates to pursue a career in any num- 
ber of fields, such as construction, real 
estate development, public administration, 
or historic preservation, or to continue in 
graduate work in professional fields such 
as architecture, urban planning, or law. 

College of Arts 
and Humanities 

The College of Arts and Humanities 
embraces a heterogeneous group of disci- 
plines, all of which value the development 
of critical thinking, fluent expression in 
writing and speech, sensitivity to ethical and 
aesthetic standards, ami a complex under- 
Standing of history and culture. Prepara- 
tion provides valuable background for ca- 
reers id a broad range ol fields 

College of 
Behavioral and 
Social Sciences 
The College ol Behavioral and Social 

Sciences is comprised ol a diverse | p 

of disciplines and fields of Stud) all of which 



emphasize a broad liberal arts education 
as the foundation for understanding the en- 
vironmental, social and cultural forces that 
shape our world. Disciplines in the behav- 
ioral and social sciences use approaches 
that range from the scientific to the philo- 
sophical, from the experi- 
mental to the theo- „ c 



retical. 



including the practices and processes 
which occur from infancy through adult- 
hood in both school and non-school set- 
tings. The college's mission is to provide 
preparation for current and future teach- 
ers, counselors, administrators, educa- 
tional specialists, and 
other related 



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Robert H. Smith 
School of Business 

The Robert H. Smith School of Busi- 
ness recognizes the importance of educa- 
tion in business and management to eco- 
nomic, social, and professional develop- 
ment through profit and non-profit orga- 
nizations at the local, regional, national and 
international levels. The faculty are schol- 
ars, teachers, and professional leaders with 
a commitment to superior education in 
business and management, specializing in 
accounting, finance, decision and informa- 
tion sciences, management science and sta- 
tistics, management and organization, mar- 
keting, logistics and transportation, and 
business and public policy. 

College of 

Computer, 
Mathematical, and 
Physical Sciences 

The College of Computer. Math- 
ematical, and Physical Sciences contrib- 
utes verj substantial]; and effective]) to the 
research activities of the 1 niyersilv ol 
Maryland. This college is like a technical 
institute w ithin a large university. Students 
majoring in anj one of the disciplines en- 
compassed b) the college have the oppor- 
tunity of obtaining an outstanding educa- 
tion in their field. 

College of 
Education 
Hie College ol Education is a pro- 
l college committed to advancing 



the science and art of teaching/learning. bustling commercial port of Baltimon 



edu- 
cational 
personnel, 
and to create and dis- 
seminate the knowledge needed by pro- 
fessionals and policy makers in education 
and related fields. 

A. James Clark 

School of 

Engineering 

The mission of the Clark School of 
Engineering is to provide quality engineer- 
ing education, with sufficient scope to in- 
clude both fundamental ;uid specialized en- 
gineering training, so that graduates are 
prepared to serve the current and emerg- 
ing needs of society. In addition to its teach- 
ing role, the school feels a related respon- 
sibility to conduct strong research pro- 
grams that contribute to the advancement 
of knowledge. 

College of Health 

and Human 

Performance 

The College of Health and Human 
Performance provides preparation leading 
to the bachelor of science degree in the fol- 
lowing professional areas: physical educa- 
tion (K-12). health education (school and 
community), and family studies. The col- 
lege also otters curricula in kinesiologies 
sciences and safet) education. In addition, 
each department oilers a wide urielv ol 
courses for all university students 

College of 
Journalism 

Located just nine miles from the 
nations capital and 30 miles from the 

the 



College of Journalism is one of six com 
prehensive journalism schools in the 10 
states stretching from New York to Virgini. 
— the nation's most populous region. But 
the college has a lot more than geograph) 
going for it. The National Assessment i 
Journalism Education by the Freedon 
Forum Media Studies Center at Columbia 
University designated the college one o 
"Eleven Exemplary Journalism schools' 
nationwide: those that surpass others ii 
criteria including teaching, research, fa 
cilities and joh placement. 

College of Library 

and Information 

Services 

The College of Library and Informa 
tion Sen ices offers degree programs foi 
individuals interested in careers in infor 
mation services and management. At th( 
master's level, students ma) specialize u 
several fields, including archival studies 
geographic information systems, healtl 
information services, school library me 
dia services, and science and technology 
information systems 

College of Life 
Sciences 

The College of Life Sciences offe 
educational opportunities for students 
subject matters relating to living orga 
isms and their interaction with one a 
other and with the environment. Program 
of study include those involving the moi 
fundamental concepts of biological si 
ence and chemistry and the use of knovy 
edge in daily life, as well as the applica 
tion of economic and engineering prill 
ciples in planning the improvement of lilt 

School of Public 
Affairs 

The School of Public Affairs provid 
graduate-level, professional education 
men and women interested in careers 
public service. Five disciplines are empli 
Sized finance, statistics, economics, DO 
tics, and ethics. Students specialize in i 
tcrnational security and economic polii 
public sector financial management, e 
yironmeiital policy, or social policy. 



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Founded 1807 




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DID YOU KNOW? 

• Maryland has top 20 ranked programs in engi- 
neering, computer science, physics, journalism, 
business, art history, economics, criminology, math 
ematics, oceanography, astronomy, education, ag 
iinilinr.il economics and others. 

• Tin' I niversit) Honors Program was selected as 
one of the nation's nine best in ARCO's Guide to 
try league Programs at State School Prices. 

• i lu' university collaborates with more than 280 
Businesses through its Man land Industrial Partner- 
ships program. The university's incubator has 
spawned _'0 new companies; three nave been rec- 
ognized as among the fastest growing in the slate. 

• \lanland is the only university in the southeast 
Quadrant of the United States to have both engi- 
neering and business programs ranked in the top 
2S bj I .S. VeWSOnd World Report . Tile College of 
Education also ranks in the top 25. 

• Mankind is in the top three of non-historically 
black institutions in number of African-Americans 
receiving bachelor's degrees. 

• In a 1995 study the Department of Criminology 
1 and Criminal Justice was rated the highest quality 

research program in the nation by the Journal of 

! Criminal Justice Education. 
• Hie College of Journalism was selected as one of 
'< two sites in the U.S. for the Hubert II. Humphrey 
' : Fellowship Program, and named one of the nation's 
'■■ top communications programs by the Gannett Cen- 
\ ter for Media Studies. 



• • List year, faculty researchers at Maryland were 
awarded more th;ui S1SS million in competitively 
funded research and development awards. 

• No other university in the Mid-Atlantic Region has 
more top 20 graduate programs in computer, math- 
ematical, physical sciences, and engineering disci- 
plines than the University of Mankind, according to 
l recent analysis by the National Research Council. 

• With more than ooo high technologj firms in the 

three-county area of Montgomery. Prince George's 
and Frederick, the university has found abundant 
opportunity to extend its business and technology 
| outreach programs to the region. 



• The reputation of the School of Music promises 
to grow when the SI 0(1 million Maryland Center 
for the Performing Arts opens in 2000. 



MORE, BETTER STUDENTS 
WANT TO GO TO MARYLAND 

The I niversit) of Mankind projects another record breaking u-ar for the quality of admitted students. 
The number ol applications, GPAs and s VI' scores all were up from the same time lasl \ i .ii 

For the last It) years, the quality ol students being admitted to the t niversity of Maryland has risen steadily 
Vverage GPAs lor incoming freshmen have risen from jusl under S to a projected 3.69, SAT scores of the 
middle SO percent have gone from 980- 1 . 1 SO lo a projected 1 . 1 "0- 1 .ill), and the number of Students with S VI 
scores above 1,300 has increased from 23 i to a projected 1,155. 

The I niversit) of Mankind has the stall's largest concentration of academically talented students, with 
more than one-third of them enrolled in the invitation only Honors. Honors Humanities. College Park Scholar 
orGemstone programs 




BETTER PLACE TO BE... 



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There is no better place lo be than the 1 niversity of 
Mankind \s Wasbingtonian magazine noted in its De- 
cember. 100" issue, "...kids are turning down schools 
like Princeton and Virginia to go to College Park Willi 
its top-ranked academic programs, nationally recognized 
faculty, diverse population and lush 1 ,580-acre campus 
located between Washington. DC. and Baltimore. Vld . 
it's no wonder the I niversit) of Mankind is a sought- 
after destination for some of 
the slate's — and the 
country's — best and 
brightest students. 

Attracting them are 
more than 100 majors and 
some of the highest- ranked 
programs in the country. 
For instance, in the 1000 
US News and World Re- 
port rankings of graduate 
schools, the Clark School 
of Engineering was ranked 
17th in the nation, the School of Public Affairs was 
ranked 20th. and the College of Education placed 23rd 
The Man land School of Business was ranked 20th. and 
also was named one of the country's 2S best business 
schools for entrepreneurs by Success magazine. And. 
the university's School of Music was ranked 30th in the 
country in the first US. News mid World Report 
reputational survey of arts programs since 1994. 

For exceptional students seeking an exceptional 
education at the I niversit) of Mankind. College Park. 
there are a number of programs designed to enrich the 
learning experience. Among them are the 
Honors Program, ranked among the 
best in the country by ARCO's Guide 
League Programs at Slate School 
College Park Scholars, which encourages stu 
dents who share common intellectual inter- 
ests to live and study together in 10 specialty 
areas; and the Gemstone Program, which links 
student teams from engineering, the humani- 
ties, business and the physical sciences in a 
four-year research project. 

Supporting the research needs of students 
and faculty are some of the countn's best re- 



search facilities. In loo t. the largest, most technical!) 

advanced research archives in the world — National 
Vrchives II — moved to College Park In addition, just 
outside of College Park are the Library of Congress, the 
Smithsonian Institution and the National Libraries ol 
Agriculture and Medicine, among others. The univer- 
sity itself has the most comprehensive library system in 
the area. 

High tech. engineer- 
ing and service industries 
thrive in proximity to the 
campus, offering a wide 
spectrum of internship 
and work-study opportu- 
nities that only a major 
metropolitan area can 
provide. The Kennedy Cen- 
ter alone houses the Na- 
tional Symphony Orches- 
tra, five performance 
stages, an opera company, 
and the Vmerican Film Institute In Baltimore, one of 
the great ports of the world, the Inner Harbor has be- 
come a cultural magnet for thousands of tourists each 
year, offering the National Aquarium, the Mankind Sci- 
ence Center, and other attractions 

W hether your focus is the sciences or the humani- 
ties, a small town atmosphere or a metropolitan feel. 
the I niversit) of Mankind. College Park offers a wide- 
range ol educational and cultural opportunities. There- 
is no better place to be than the University of Maryland. 
College Park. 



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Carl Bernstein 



Ronald G. Ames. '69, Aerospace Eng. 

Executive vice-president. Mutual of Omaha 
William Andrews, '53, Real Estate 

Former president. Singer Sewing Machine Co. 
William Apollony. '69, Sociology 

Sr. vice-president, Firsl National Bank of Maryland 
Frank Armsworthy, '51, P.E. 

Former vice-chairman. Saks Fifth Avenue 
Robert Basham 70, Bus. Admin. 

Co-founder/COO. Outback Steakhouse 
Deane Beman, '61. Bus. Admin. 

Former PGA Tour commissioner 
Bonnie Bernstein, '92. Journalism 

Reporter, CBS Sports 
Carl Bernstein, '65. Arts & Sciences 

Uithor. Watergate reporter 
Tim Brant, 73, Journalism 

Sportscaster, ABC and 

Jefferson-Pilot 
Kenneth Brody, '6-*, Electrical Eng. 

Former chairman. 

Export-Import Bank 
John Brophy, 71. History 

President/CEO. Lockbeed Martin IMS 
Alan Carey 78, Government 

Sr. vice-president, Pepsico 
Connie Chung. '69. Journalism 

Correspondent, ABC News 
A. James Clark 'SO, Civil Eng. 

President. Clark Enterprises 
Robert Cook. '56, Accounting 

Former president. Dole Foods 
Edward Crooke, '68, Economics 

Vice-chairman, BGE 
Larry David. '69. Bus. Admin. 

Executive producer, Seinfeld 
Frank Davis, '41, Arts & Sciences 

Sr executive vice-president, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer 
Mathias DeVito, '54. Bus. Admin. 

Chairman emeritus. The Rouse Co. 
Michael Dingman. '55, Arts & Sciences 

Board of directors, Ford Motor Co. 
Len Elmore. 78, English 

Sportscaster, ESPN and Jefferson-Pilot; former NBA player 
Fred Ehrlich, '84, Accounting 

Senior vice-president. Sony Music Entertainment 
Boomer Esiason. "84, I'ndergraduate Studies 

Sportscaster. ABC Monday Sight football; former NFL player 
Jon Franklin. 70, Journalism 

Two-lime Pulitzer Prize winner 
Robert Fuhrman. '52, Mechanical Eng. 

Chairman. Bank of the West 
Fred Funk. '80. Criminology 

Pro golfer 
Edwin Gee. '48, Civil Eng. 

Former chairman International Paper Co. 
Joseph Gildcnhorn. '51, Bus. Admin 

Former I ,S. Embassador to Switzerland 
Roger Hale. '65. History 

CEO, LG&E Energj I orp 
Jerome Hardy '39, Bus. Admin 

Former publisher. Life magazine 
Herbert llauptmaim, '55, Math 

Nobel Prize winner, physics 
Jane Henson. '55. Art Education 

Creator, rhe Muppets 

Jim Henson. '60. 
Home Economics 
i reator, The Muppets 

lint Henson 





Maryland graduate and former NFL star Boomer Esiason 
is one of the voices on ABC's Monday Night Football. 

Don.dd Himelfarb, '67, History 

President, Thrifty Rent-A-Car System 
Steny Hover. '63. Political Science 

Congressman, Maryland's Sili district 
Harry Hughes. '49, Bus. Admin. 

Former governor of Mankind 
Stan Jones, '56. Education 

NFL Hall of Fame inductee, '91 
Harold Kalin, 70, MBA 

Chairman/CEO, Macy's East 
Jeffrey Kluger, 76. GovVPolitics 

Author, Apollo 13 
Irene Knox, '3-*, Education 

U.S. Olympian 
Allen Krowe. '5-*. Accounting/Economics 

Former vice-chairman. Texaco 
John Lauer. '63. Chemical Eng. 

Former president, B.F Goodrich 
George Laurer, '51. Electrical Eng. 

Inventor, Universal Price Code 
Samuel LcFrak, '40, Bus. Admin. 

Chairman, The l.efrak Organization 
w ilium Longbrake, 76. Finance 

CFO, Washington Mutual 
Barbara Lucas. '67, GovVPolitics 

Senior vice-president, public affairs, Black & Decker 
John Lucas, 76, Bus. Admin. 

Former NBA player and head coach 
Marvin Mandel. '39. Arts/Law 

Former governor of Mankind 
Odonna Mathews. 72, Nutrition 

Vice-president, Giant Food 
William Mayer, '66, Bus. Admin. 

Former CEO, Firsl Boston 
Mark McEwen. 76, Radio/TVVFilm 

Co-anchor, CSS This Morning Mark McEwen 

loin McMillen, '74, Chemistry 

Former co-chairman, President's Council on 

Physical Fitness 

Mike Miller. '64, Economics 

President, Man land Senate 
Paul Mullan. '68. Marketing 

Chairman, Wham 
Renaldo Nehemiab. 81, Radio/FVIilm 

I S Track cS. Field Hall ol Fame inductee, 1997 





Judith Resnik 



Jay Nussbaum. '66. Journalism 

Senior vice-president. Oracle 
Preston Padden. 70, Economics 

Executive vice-president, Disney 
Robert Pincus. '68, Bus. Admin. 

President, Washington Region, BB&T 
Jesus Rangel. 78, Journalism 

Vice-president, corporate relations. Anheuser-Busch 
Robert Ratlift, '58, Industrial Education 

CEO, Massey-Ferguson tractors 
Peter Redding. '60. History 

President/CEO, Standard Register Co. 
Judith Resnick. 77. Electrical Eng. 

Second woman in space; died in '86 

Challenger explosion 
Jimmy Roberts. 79. Radio/TV/Film 

Reporter. ESPN 
Pernell Roberts. '52. Arts & Sciences 

Actor 
Harvey Sanders, 72. Journalism 

Chairman/CEO, Nautica Enterprises 
Charles Schultze. '60, Economics 

Former chairman of the President's 

Council of Economic Advisors 
Ben Scotti, '59, Arts & Sciences 

Syndicator, Baywatch series 
Tony Scotti, '61, Arts & Sciences 

Syndicator, Baywatch series 
Arnold Seigel, '44, Mechanical Eng. 

Conceived and built first arena large-screen TV system 
Gene Shue. '54, Bus. Admin. 

Former NBA player, coach, general manager 
David Simon. '83. I'ndergraduate Studies 

Created TV series Homicide 
Harry Smith, '49, Electrical Eng. 

Inventor, pulse doppler radar 
Robert H. Smith, '50, Accounting 

Developer of Crystal City complex 
Ed Snider, '55. Accounting 

Chairman. Philadelphia Flyers 
Michael Stein. 71. Accounting 

Executive vice-president/CFO, Nordstrom, Inc. 
Bert Sugar, '57, Bus. Admin. 

Boxing historian: columnist Sports Business Journal 

Publisher, Boxing Illustrated 
Oliver Travers. '49. Accounting 

Former CFO of Sunbeam and Oster 
Leo Van Munching. '50. Marketing/Bus. Admin. 

Headed one of America's top import companies 
Pam Ward. '84. Radio/TY/Film 

Co-anchor. ESPN and ESPN2 
Randy White, 74. P.E. 

NFL Hall of Fame inductee. '94 
Dianne Wiest, '69, Arts & Sciences 

Two-time \cadeim Vward winner 
Gary Williams. '68. Marketing 

Head coach, I niversih ol Mankind men's basketball 




The Scotti brothers, Ken and loin, played football ail 
Mankind in the late 1950s. 



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PRESIDENT CD. MOTE JR. 



CD (Dan) Motejr took office as president 
in September l l ) i ),s with a clear vision for 
Staking the I niversitj of Maryland down the 
home stretch to its destinj as one ol America's great 
research universities. 

Mote came to Maryland from the! niversitj of Cali- 
fornia at Berkeley, where he 
had earned all of his degrees, 
and where he had served in 
faculty and administration 
more than 30 years. He had 
most recendy heen vice chan- 
cellor for university relations. 
In Man land, he found a 
university alread) well on its 
w a\ to achieving the greatness 
Envisioned when the General issemblj declared ii the 
flagship institution of the I ni\ersii\ Svslein of Man 
land Mole immediate!) look a leadership role on the 
Governor's task Foae on Governance, Coordination 
and Funding of the I niversitj System of Mankind to 
gam greater autonomj and flexibility lor the univer- 
sity to pursue its goals. Me followed that by working 
closely with state leaders lo boost university funding 
for new programs, scholarships and faculty, gaining a 
in percent appropriations increase in his first year. 

\\ hen the legislature had finished its work for the 
rear, Mole spelled out in his inauguration address his 
vision of Maryland as a great research university where 




University System of Maryland 
Dr Donald Y Langenberg, Chancellor 
Or George I Marx, Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs 
Joseph F. Vwona, Vice Chancellor for Administration and Finance 
| John K. Martin. Vice chancellor for advancement 

Board of Regents 
lance W. Billingslev (Pr. George's County) 
Benjamin L Brown (Baltimore City) 
Margaret \lton (Baltimore City) 
Nathan V. Chapman, Jr. (Howard County) 
Adm. Charles R. Larson. I SN (Ret.) (Anne Arundel County) 
Ham R. Hughes (Caroline Count) I 
Man Arabian (Baltimore City) 
Richard 0. Beradt (Baltimore City) 
David H Nevins (Baltimore County) 
Edwin S. Crawford (Baltimore CountJ I 
Thomas B. Finan. Jr. ( Uleganj CountJ I 

Michael C. Gelman (Montgomery County) 

Susan Wada, 1999 Stodent regent I Mine \nmdel County) 

Louise Michaux (ion/ales (Baltimore City) 

Wendell M. Hollow ay ( Montgomery County ) 

\\am \ Virts, ex officio (St Mary's County) 



University Administration 
Dr Clayton Daniel Dan Mote. Jr.. President 
Dr M trie Davidson. Chief of Staff. President's Office 
Dr 1 Terrance Roach, Execute tesistant to the President 
Or Gregon L Geoffrov. Sr Vice President for Academic Vffairs, Provost 
Dr i h tries F Stun/. Nice President for Administrative Affairs 
Dr William L Thomas. Jr., Vice President for Student Affairs 
Dr William Destler. Vice President of Research 



teaching and research are "inseparable." In this plan, 
the faculty creates a culture of excellence that perine 
ales the uniuTsilv student success is die center of all 
activity, and die extended Mankind familj ol alumni 
and friends grows rich in pride and tradition. 

In Ins inaugural address. Mote observed that "a 
decade ago. we dreamed the impossible - the great 
research university then we sought the improbable - 
the great research university. Soon we will grasp the 
inevitable - the great research university." 

High achievement has been Dan Mole's life, from 
Ins student days at the 1 niversitj of California through 
his years as an outstanding teacher and world-re- 
nowned researcher and lus leadership of a highly sue 
cessful capital campaign at Berkeley. He arrived in 
College Park determined to continue the same level of 
achievement in his new post 

\lter earning Ins doctorate in engineering mechan- 
ics from Berkeley in 1963, Mole spent a year as a re- 
search fellow at the University of Birmingham in En- 
gland, then three years as assistant professor of me- 
chanical engineering at the Carnegie Institute of Tech- 
nology in Pittsburgh before returning to Berkeley in 
1967. 

There he slaved for more than 30 years before 
coming to Mankind. He was promoted to professor 
in 1973. 

Mote served two terms as vice chair of mechani- 
cal engineering and sened as chair from 1987 to 1991- 
At that time, he was appointed to the 
endowed FANUC Chair in mechanical 
systems, in addition to being named vice 
chancellor for university relations, the 
post he held until accepting the presi- 
dency at Maryland in 1998. Mote has 
participated with distinction in every 
phase of the academic enterprise, in- 
cluding classroom teaching, working 
with students, basic research, applied 
research and sen ice to the university 
and the community. 

Much respected by his students. 
Mote earned the 1971 Distinguished 
Teaching Award and the D)~S Pi Tail 
Sigma Excellence in Teaching Award 
for the University of California. He has 
supervised the research of more than 
SO doctoral students, including sev- 
eral who are still in progress, and 
more than 60 master's theses He has 
continued teaching and supenising 
graduate students even during his ad- 
ministrative assignments, and several 
of his graduate students from Ber- 
kelev commute to Manland to meet 
with him is they finish their disser- 
tations. Mote has stated his inten- 
tion to teach and work with gradu- 
ate students at Mankind as well. 

Mote's research activities have 
focused on dynamic systems, in- 




strumentation, vibration and biomechanics. He has 
achieved international recognition for his work on the 
stability of gyroscopic systems, including high-speed 
translating and rotating systems such as circular and 
band saws, computer memory disks and tapes. He also 
has researched the biomechanics of skiing injuries 
and the development of safer ski bindings. His research 
has resulted in more than 300 scholarly publications 
as well as patents in the United States. Norway, Fin- 
land and Sweden. 

He was elected to the prestigious National Wad- 
eon of Engineering in 1988, and in that same year 
was awarded the Humboldt Prize by the Federal Re- 
public of Germany. In OW1 . the Japan Society for the 
Promotion of Science awarded him a fellowship. 

In 1992, he conceived, designed and implemented 
a S 1 . 1 billion comprehensive capital campaign, which 
has exceeded SI billion to date. 

During Mote's first year at Maryland, the 
university's ongoing capital campaign. Bolt/ Vision* 
Bright Future, passed the half-way point more than 
four months ahead of schedule and recorded an all- 
time record for one month with more than S2 l ) mil- 
lion raised in April 0)99. The April figure included 
two gifts totaling S2.s million that were given in part to 
celebrate his inauguration. 

But Mote has said repeatedly that development and 
capital campaigns are not principally about raising 
money. 

"They are about the university building relation- 
ships with its alumni and friends of the university 
through the quality people and quality programs on 
campus. If we succeed in building authentic relation- 
ships, fund-raising happens as naturally as the women's 
lacrosse team scores a goal." 

Mote and his wife PatSJ live in the President's Resi- 
dence on the College Park campus They have two 
grown children and four grandchildren. 



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Men's Cross Country 

• Swept competition at the Mount St. Man's Invitational 

• Finished in the top three in three separate meets 

Women's Cross Country 

• Captured the team title at the Maryland Invitational 

• Finished in the top three in three separate meets 

Field Hockey (16-6) 

• Captured ACC title by upsetting top-ranked Virginia in 
overtime 

• Advanced to the NCAA Tournament quarterfinals for 
the fourth consecutive season 

• Missv Meharg named ACC Coach of the Year for the 
third time 

Football (3-8) 

• Made across-the-board scoring and statistical improve- 
ments against virtually even ACC opponent compared 
to 1997 

• Terps had nation's sixth most-improved rushing of- 
fense and 12th most-improved total defense in '98 

• Linebackers Eric Barton and Kendall Ogle, both NFL 
draft picks, ranked 1-2 in the ACC in total tackles 

Men's Soccer (16-8) 

• Advanced to NCAA Final Four for the first time since 
1069 

• Finished the season with a record of 16-8, equaling 
school mark for wins 

• Taylor Twellman named Soccer America Freshman of 
the Year 

• Only school to advance to second round of NCAA Tour- 
nament each of last five years 

• Signed national high school player of the year 

Women's Soccer (11-11-1) 

• Selected to NCAA Tournament for school-record fourth 
consecutive season 

• Advanced to the NCAA second round for third time in 
past four years 

• A school-record five players earned AU-ACC recognition 

Volleyball (13-16) 

• Advanced to the second round of the \CC Tournament 



1 998-99RANKINGS 



Maryland's national Top 25 rankings in 1998-99: 

Sport Highest Final 

Basketball (Mens) 2nd 5th 

Lacrosse (Mens) 5th Mill 

Lacrosse (Women's) 1st 1st 

field Hockey 6th 6th 

Coll 6th ilsl 

Gymnastics 8th I tth 

Indoor Track (Women's) ... 5th i.-ith 

Outdoor Track (Women's) 25th 

Softball 12th 12th 

Soccer (Men's) nh 1 1th 

Soccer (Women's) i. h 

Swimming (Women's) 2 . 2 nh 




Maryland's women's lacrosse team won its filth consecutive national championship this past spring. 



Men's Basketball (28-6) 

• Rated among the nation's top 10 teams for ;dl 18 weeks 
of the 1998-99 season 

• Won a school-record 28 games overall and school- 
record 1 3 ACC games 

• Finished fifth in final AP poll, highest final rank since 1975 

• Played in a school-record sixth consecutive NCAA Tour- 
nament and reached Sweet 16 for fourth time in last 
six years 

• Guard Steve Francis named college Newcomer of the 
Year by Sports Illustrated 

Women's Basketball (6-21) 

• After difficult start without a pair of experienced start- 
ers, Maryland improved nearly 100 spots in national 
RPI ratings 

• Deedee Waiiey became just fourth freshman in school 
history to lead the team in scoring 

Gymnastics (29-13) 

• Enjoyed best season in school history, setting a school 
record with 29 victories 

• Ranked as high as No. 8 in the nation and finished 
season ranked No. 14 

• Advanced to the NCAA Regionals 

Men's Swimming (8-3) 

• Clinched fourth consecutive winning season hy post- 
ing a record of 8-3 

• Kevin Burke named ACC Diver of the Year for the sec- 
ond consecutive season 

Women's Swimming (9-1 ) 

• Set school record by sending four individuals to the 
NCAA Championships 

• Terps registered a third-place finish at VCC Champi- 
onships, their highest ever 

• Mankind earned fust ever national ranking (No _' 1 1 

Wrestling (7-4) 

• Redshirt freshman Brandon York captured ACC title 
at 1 33 pounds and advanced to (he NCA \ Tournament 



Baseball (23-33-1) 

• Advanced to the semifinals of the ACC Tournament 

• Eight-game win streak from March 3 1 -April 9 longest 
in 19 seasons 

Golf 

• Terps ranked as high as 6th in major collegiate golf poll 

• Advanced to NCAA Regionals for first time since 199 i 

Men's Lacrosse (9-5) 

• Senior Scott Ilochstadt became 10th player in school 
history to score 100 career goals 

• Ranked among the nation's top 1 1 teams all season 

Women's Lacrosse (21 -O) 

• Captured fifth consecutive national championship 

• Ranked No. I entire season 

• Posted 96-4 record over last five seasons 

• Captured the 1999 ACC Championship 

Softball (51-23) 

• One win shy of advancing to the College World Serie: 

• School record for wins, shared VCC title 

• Earned first Top 25 ranking in school history 

Men's Tennis (4-10) 

• Opened the season with three consecutive victories 

• Posted a 4-1 record vs. non-ACC opponents 

Women's Tennis (12-8) 

• Terps posted their best record since 1989 

• Duo of Meg Griffin/Lorraine Bittles selected to NCA 
Championships 

• Mankind advanced to the NCAA Regionals 



Men's Track 

Ranked nth nationally in outdoor dual meet ranking 
in mid-April 

Women's Track 

Fifth-place VCC finish at outdoor meet was the Tcrp* 

highest since 1988 

Man land finished 13th nationally in indoor dual met 

rankings and 25th in outdoor national rankings 



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ATHLETIC DIRECTOR DEBORAH A. YOW 



Dr. Deborah v Yovi has led Terrapin athlel 
icsto balanced budgets, high levels of pro 
ductivit) and achievemenl and .1 vigorous 
commitment to excellence throughout its operations. 
She is beginning her sixth year as Maryland's direc- 
tor of athletics. 

Since taking over at 
Mankind in 1994, slit' anil 
her staff have: 




• transformed terrapin 
athletics into a respon- 
sive, goal oriented orga 

m/ation. 

• Balanced all five ol the 
more than $25 million annual budgets (the first 
balanced budgets for the Terrapins in 1" years) 
Improved graduation rates lor student-athletes, 
above that of the general student population, in 
three of those live vcars 



active management style, she consistentl) 
inspires and challenges those around 
her lo raise our sights and 
sharpen our tools ,., to work hard 
and work smart to recognize 
that our onl) limitations are those 
ih. ii we place upon ourselves." \s 
a manager and leader, she clearly 
models these principles. 

Dr. Yovi is a member ol the NCAA Management 
Council and the NCAA Division I Budget Committee. 
In addition, she will become president of the Na- 
tional Association of Collegiate Directors of Athlet- 
ics in Jul) 2000, and was recently singled out by 
Street & Smith sports Business Journal as one ol 
the leading athletic administrators in the l.S. 

A former basketball coach, she began her 
coaching career at the high school level in North 
Carolina before taking over as head women's coach 
at the University of Kentucky in 1976. She also 



Led the Terrapins to a national all-sports ranking achieved an outstanding coaching record as head 

in the upper 10 percent of all NCAA Division I coach at the I niversitj of Florida. She later moved 

schools. into athletic administration at the University of 

Reorganized and upgraded marketing and fund- Florida and the I 'diversity of North Carolina-Greens- 

raising efforts on behalf of Terrapin athletics. As boro, followed by a highly successful tenure as A.I). 

a result, private gifts to athletics have increased at Saint Louis University. 
85 and corporate sponsorship revenues have She has authored numerous articles and books 



We are pleased, but we are not 
satisfied ... our vision is to be 
one of the top 10 programs in 
the nation consistently ... we see 
no reason to settle for less." 

— Deborah A. Yow 



istranve team in America, it is because ol their cour- 
age, hard work and cooperative spirit that we now 
have a strong, viable athletic program. I am im- 
mense!) proud of each of them. I am equally proud 
of our Terrapin fans w ho buy tickets and our Terra 
pin Club members who laithfullv support the Mar) 
land athletic program with their donations for schol- 
arships, and the Mankind Educational Foundation 
and M Club members who sent- and give liberally 
We have a great Terrapin family That's the founda- 
tion for all ol our successes ... and (he- basis lor our 
bright future.'' 



increased b) 270% during her tenure at Man- 
land. 

• Implemented a strategic management model. 

• Paid off $7 million in operating debt accrued be- 
fore her arrival in 1994. 

Significantlv improved customer service in every 
area. 

yow will assume the 
presidency of nacda 
July 2000. 



Regarding the many achievements of Terrapin 

athletics over the past live years, Debbie 'low s.ivs. 

"We are pleased, but we are not satisfied ... our vi- 

ion is to be one of the top 10 programs in the na- 

on consistent!) ... we see no reason to settle for 



less. 



Yow is known for her goal-oriented and pro- 



on athletics, management, and human behavior, ami 
is a respected leader in intercollegiate athletics in 
the United States. 

Reflecting on the status of the football program. 
Vow realistically points out. "Our coaching staff has 
made great strides in restructuring the Terrapin foot- 
ball program. Our return to a balanced offensive 
attack, a strong emphasis on de- 
fense and special teams and the 
terrific turnaround in the overall 
academic focus of our football 
team will soon show up in our 
competitive success. W e will become consistent con- 
tenders for postseason bowls as our very young foot- 
ball team matures and develops under excellent 
coaching." 

Summing up the entire Terrapin athletic pro- 
gram. Vow recently observed, "We have the finest 
student-athletes, coaches, support staff and admin- 



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Maryland in the Sears Directors' Cup 
Under Deborah A. Yow 

1994-95: 57th 1995-96: 36th 

1996-97: 32nd 1997-98: 19th 

1998-99: 24th 

The Sears Directors ' Cup is the first national alt-sports ranking measuring athletic competitiveness. 




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Rob 



ULLENS 




Sr, Associate A.D./ 

Internal 

Operations 

Rob Mullens, who joined [he Terps' 
staff as assistant athletic director for 
business in the summer of 1996, was 
elevated to associate athletic director 
for administration in January 1999 and 
to senior associate athletic director for 
internal operations in February. 

Mullens assists the athletic director 
with the overall administration of the 
athletic department's internal opera- 
tions in addition to assisting with the 
operation of football and men's basket- 
ball. He also oversees the supervision 
of 1 5 sports and is responsible for over- 
seeing the business office, ticket office, 
facilities and operations, and the com- 
puter systems analyst. 

As the chief financial officer, 
Mullens is directly responsible for the 
department's $25 million annual 
budget. 

Mullens graduated cum laude in 
1 99 1 from West Virginia with a de- 
gree in business administration. He 
earned a master's degree in sport 
management at West Virginia in 1993. 
Prior to his appointment at Maryland, 
he was senior business manager and 
the chief budget officer for the Uni- 
versity of Miami (Fla.) athletic de- 
partment (1994-96). 

I lis background in athletics includes 
serving as an intern for the senior as- 
sociate director of athletics at Kentucky 
( 1993) and as a graduate assistant to 
the assistant athletic director lor busi- 
ness at West Virginia (1992-93). Prior 
to pursuing a career in athletics, 
Mullens worked lor the accounting firm 
Ernsl and Young. 

He is married to the former Jane 
Pearson, who is the Terrapins' assistant 
athletic director lor compliance. 



Joe 



HULL 



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Dave 



Kathleen 




Associate A.D./ 

External 
Relations 

Joe Hull joined the University of 
Man land athletic staff as associate ath- 
letic director for external relations in 
December 199" following 12 years in 
various athletic fund-raising, ticketing 
and marketing capacities at North Caro- 
lina State University. 

At Maryland, Hull oversees all fund- 
raising efforts for the Terrapins' athletic 
program, including the Terrapin (Tub, 
M Club. Mankind Educational Founda- 
tion, and major gift hind-raising office. 

In addition, Hull senes as the point 
person for the university's proposed 
new arena project. His duties relevant 
to the arena process include coordinat- 
ing the efforts to find a naming gift or 
sponsorship, designing and managing 
a capita] campaign to help fund arena 
construction, and working with the ar- 
chitects, construction manager and 
Mankind Stadium Authority to design 
and build the arena. 

Prior to his arrival in College Park, 
he was associate director of the NC State 
Student Aid Association (Wolfpack 
Club), which raises more than S6 mil- 
lion annually for athletic scholarships 
from its more than 1 1 ,000 members/ 
contributors. The Wolfpack Club also 
was responsible for raising more than 
S^O million lor the construction of a 
20,000-seat sports arena 

Hull earned his bachelor's degree in 
business management from North Caro- 
lina Mate I niversitj in 1978, a law de- 
gree from Campbell University in 1981 
and a master's in sports administration 
from Ohio I niversitj in 1985. 

His wile. JoAnn, formerly served as 
an assistant attorney general for the 
ol North Carolina, They have two 
children, Josie (8) and [osiah (5). 



H A G L U N Di WORTHINGTON 




Associate A.D./ 

Media 

Relations 

Dave Haglund joined the University 
of Maryland athletic staff in January of 
1998 following a 16-year career in the 
sports information office at Fresno State 
University. At Maryland he senes as the 
administrative head of the Terrapins' 
media relations unit, overseeing the 
development and implementation of 
initiatives to provide publicity for the 
university's 2S varsity sports and more 
than 600 student-athletes. 

He was promoted to associate ath- 
letic director in February 1999 and as- 
sumed responsibilities as sport super- 
visor for men's and women's lacrosse 
and men's and women's swimming. 

A 1981 graduate of Oregon State 
University. Haglund began his sports 
information career as an assistant SID 
at Fresno State in 1981 and was elevated 
to sports information director in 1996. 
During the course of his career at 
Fresno State, he sened as the primary 
contact person for the Bulldogs' nation- 
ally ranked Division I football, basket- 
ball, baseball and soccer programs. 
Fresno State led the nation in atten- 
dance in baseball, soccer and Softball 
and was among the West Coast leaders 
in attendance in men's basketball dur- 
ing his time at the central California 
school. He also sened as information 
director of the California Howl ( 1982 
8.3) for two years. 

Haglund and his wife, Cindy, are the 
parents of two children: Samantha (6) 
and Matthew ( 3 ) ■ 



Associate A.D./ 

Internal 

Operations 

Kathleen Worthington was named as- 
sociate athletic director for internal op- 
erations in May and assumed her re- 
sponsibilities in July. She comes to 
Mankind from Morehead State Univer- 
sity, where she had served as associate 
A.D. since February 1998 after spend- 
ing two years as an assistant athletic 
director. 

At Maryland, Worthington is respon- 
sible for supervision of baseball, vol- 
leyball, women's basketball, women?! 
gymnastics, men's and women's track, 
and men's and women's cross country 
She also oversees the sports medicine 
and strength and conditioning units in 
addition to managing ACC and NCAA 
tournaments hosted by the university. 

During her time at Morehead State, 
her primary focus was business opera- 
tions, compliance, policy development. 
external relations and strategic plan 
ning. Prior to Morehead Slate, 
Worthington spent two years as the as 
sistant to the AD at the University of Wis 
consin-LaCrosse. 

She also has sened as a marketing 
and media relations specialist and as 
director of athletics and community 
youth programs for Catholic Charities, 
Eastern Region, in New York state. 

She earned her bachelor's degree in 
mass communications from the Collegi 
ol Notre Dame in Man land in 198S.Shi 
earned a master's degree in public re- 
lations from Sv racuse and a master's in 
athletics administration from Wiscon- 
sin-I.aCrosse. 

She was inducted into College ol 
Noire Danirs yihlciii 1 1. ill of Fame in 
1997, 



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Curt 



Demetrius 



Jane 



Charles 



CALLAHAN! MARLOWE! MULLEN SI WELLFOR 




Assistant A.D./ 
Operations & 
Facilities 
Curl Callahan, a veteran member of 

the Terrapins' athletic staff, is in his 1 1th 
season overseeing Mankind's athletic 
operations and facilities and his 21 si 
as an assistant « resiling coach. He was 
named the department's facilities coor- 
dinator in 1 989 and \\ as ele\ aled to as- 
sistant athletic director in 1997 
\s the key contact person on opera- 
i tions and facilities. Callahan manages 
i the department's vast athletic complex, 
i including Byrd Stadium and Cole Field 
) House. In recent years, he played an 
i instrumental role in three major huild- 
i ing projects: the upper deck addition 
! to Byrd Stadium, the construction of the 
Gossett Football Team House, and the 
I completion of the James H. ke hoe Track 
I and Field Facility and l.udwig Soccer 
1 Field. His game management responsi- 
' bilities have included overseeing nu- 
1 merous NCAA lacrosse tournaments 
( held in College Park 

His tenure at the university dates to 

* his undergraduate days as a wrestler in 
) the late 1960s, when he played an inte- 
[ i gral role in the Terps winning four con- 

* secutive ACC wrestling championships. 
Callahan was a two-time conference 

1 champion, winning individual titles in 
I960 and 70. He was 22-1 as a junior, 
his onlv loss coming to NCAA and even- 

^ tual Olympic champion Dan Cable of 
Iowa 
Callahan was a two-time qualifier to 

1 the IS. Olympic Trials, reaching the 

lfinals in 19~2 and '~6. In both years, 
he finished fourth nationally in Greco- 
Roman at 149.5 pounds. 
His wife's name is Sandy. 




Assistant A.D./ 
Academic Support Be 
Career Development 

Demetrius Marlowe is in his third 
year as assistant athletic director for 
academic support and career develop- 
ment. Marlowe oversees and directs the 
academic support unit for all student- 
athletes, and is developing career de- 
velopment initiatives for all of 
Mankind's student-athletes as part of a 
comprehensive life-skills program. 

Marlowe came to Maryland from 
Syracuse University, where he served as 
the academic coordinator for football 
for three years. At Syracuse, he was re- 
sponsible for all academic support ser 
vices lor the football program. His du- 
ties included the development, imple- 
mentation and evaluation ofpre-season 
orientations, study tables and tutorial 
services, the development and monitor- 
ing of continuing eligibility, and aca- 
demic progress toward degree pro- 
cesses 

In addition, his contribution to Syra- 
cuse University led to one of the 
country's first NCAA/CHAMPS Life Skills 
programs for student-athletes. He also 
worked as an academic counselor at 
the University, of Notre Dame 

Marlowe has worked in an environ- 
ment which sustained a student-athlete 
graduation rate of 85 percent, and he 
has been described as one of the "most 
innovative leaders in fonvarding the 
mission of the National Association of 
Academic Advisors for Athletes." 

He and his wife. Alison, have three 
children: Janay Miller (12). Shav (14) 
and Samuel (3). 



Assistant A.D./ 

Compliance 

SWA 

Jane Mullens was named assistant 
athletic director lor compliance in May 
1998 alter spending the previous two 
years as the department's compliance 
coordinator. 

She senes as the department's se- 
nior level manager in NCAA compliance 
and certification matters related to re- 
cruiting, eligibility, financial aid and 
rules education. 

In February 1999, she was promoted 
to senior women's administrator. Her 
responsibilities were expanded to in- 
clude the supervision of four sports 
programs: Softball, field hockey and 
men's and women's tennis. 

Mullens earned a bachelor's degree 
from Western Washington I diversity in 
1992 and a master's in sport manage- 
ment from University of Miami (Fla.) 
in 1994. 

She was an assistant in the compli- 
ance office at Miami in 1995 before 
being promoted to compliance coordi- 
nator in January 1996. As compliance 
coordinator for the Hurricanes, she was 
responsible for creating and imple- 
menting a rules-education program and 
creating and monitoring documenta- 
tion related to recruiting, eligibility, fi- 
nancial aid and rules education. 

She was named to a similar position 
at the University of Maryland in July 
199d. She began her career in athletic 
compliance as an intern at Miami in 
1994. 

She is married to Rob Mullens. 
Maryland's senior associate athletic di- 
rector for internal operations 



Faculty 

Athletic 

Representative 

Dr. Charles I. Wellford. acting asso 
date provost and dean of the Office ol 
Continuing Education, is in his fourth 
year as the I niversity of Maryland's lac 
ulty athletic representative Dr Wellford 
also serves as the director of the Uni- 
versity of Maryland Center lor Applied 
Policy Studies, the Maryland Justice 
Analysis Center and is a professor of 
criminology and criminal justice. 

He was elected president of the At- 
lantic Coast Conference for the 1999- 
2000 academic year, and currently 
chairs the University of Maryland's Ath- 
letic Council. He previously served on 
the Athletic Council from 1986-89 and 
1002-95. 

At the I niversity of Mankind. Dr. 
Wellford has been involved in a varietv 
of efforts. He was chair of the depart- 
ment of criminology and criminal jus- 
tice from 1981-95 and was the direc- 
tor of the office of academic comput- 
ing services from 1992-98. He is chajr 
of the law and justice committee and 
the National Academy of Sciences. 

He senes on numerous state and 
federal advisory boards and commis- 
sions, and is a past ( 1995-96) presi- 
dent of the American Society of Crimi- 
nology (ASC). 

Dr. Wellford received his bachelor s 
and master s degrees from the Univer- 
sity of Maryland and his Ph.D. from the 
University of Pennsvivania. 







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Tilt- University of Maryland considers intercol- 
legiate athletics an integral part of the colle- 
giate experience. Its existence provides an op- 
portunity 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 ath- 
letics program as exist within the university's teach- 
ing, research and public service programs. The de- 
partment embraces the concept that the student-ath- 
lete is first and foremost a student, possessing aca- 
demic abilities, personal interests and ambitions com- 
parable to those of the other members of the student 
body. 

The mission of the Academic Support and Career 
Development Unit, headed by assistant athletic direc- 
tor Demetrius Marlowe, is to provide quality develop- 
mental programs and need-based services that en- 
hance the academic progress, facilitate the career de- 
velopment, and encourage the psychosocial growth 
of every student-athlete. 

The recently remodeled Gossett Academic Sup- 
port and Career Development Center for Terrapin 
Student-Athletes, named for long-time Terp support- 
ers Barry and Mary Gossett, is housed in Cole Field 
House. It features a 24-station computer lab. study 
table room, tutorial room, and individual offices for 
five full-time counselors, an academic support co- 
ordinator, and two graduate assistants. In addition, 
an academic counselor and an auxiliary computer 
lab are housed in the Gossett Football Team House 
at Byrd Stadium. 

Programs and services offered by the Academic 
Support and Career Development Unit include the fol- 
lowing: 

• Prospective student-athlete orientation 

• Academic counseling 

• Academic planning 

• Academic monitoring 

• Academic record keeping 

• Academic, personal, and career development 
enhancement programs 

• Structured study table 

• Tutorial support 

• Computer skills development 

• Peer mentor program 

• Career development program 

MAPS Directory 

rhis directory, the Maryland Vthletes Placement 
Source, is produced annually In the Department of 
Intercollegiate Uhletics. It is intended to assist gradu- 
ating Terrapin student-athletes as the) begin their pro- 
fessional careers 

Distributed to than 1 ,000 corporations and 
businesses around tl m prospective employers 

are introduced to our g tudent-athleteswith 

resume information relau career and 

personal achievements. 




The University of Maryland athletic department embraces the concept that the student-athlete is first and foremost 
a student. 



Terp Choices 

Terp Choices is a program designed to guide 
student-athletes by orienting, supporting and increas- 
ing awareness of the relevant issues pertaining to stu- 
dent-athletes in today's world. The focus of the pro- 
gram 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 educa- 
tors. 

The Mentorship Program 

The Terrapin Career Mentorship program in- 
volves an alumni-based group of individuals who are 
interested in working with graduating student-athletes. 
The mentors aid students through the process of mak- 
ing the transition from college to the work world. At- 
tempts are made to match the individual student-ath- 
lete with a mentor from the same field of interest. Men- 
tors are asked to assist the student-athlete in prepar- 
ing the necessary tools to make him or her a more 
competitive job seeker. 

Internship Program 

The Internship Program is offered even spring 
to student-athletes who have earned it) and St) cred- 
its. The goal is to secure local summer internships for 
all interested Student-athletes in an appropriate field 
of study 

Career Information Fairs 
Career Vwarenessin Vcademic Support is expand- 
ing to include a variety ol programs tor student-ath- 



letes throughout the semester. Career awareness is an 
ongoing process and includes assistance with resume 
writing and interview skills. The end of the semester 
brings a career awareness fair which hosts 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 stu- 
dent-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' James McGregor Burns Academy ol 
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 edu 
cation, hi addition to school visits. Team Man land ba> 
hosted visits from local schools to our campus. 

Student-Athlete Advisory 
Council 
The Student-Athlete Advisory Council consists o 
representatives from each ursitv sport and meets 01 
a regular basis with representatives from the athletit 
administration. The main purpose of the council is ti 
provide the student-athletes and administration a fo 
nun for dialogue. The most important function is ti 
express issues and concerns of the student-athlet 
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these issues in the besl waj possible, Discussions be 
tween the student athletes and the administration are 
vital i" the success ol the council and the athletic de- 
partment. 

Support Staff 
Working closelj with members of the Maryland 
football team in their academic pursuits is Heather 
Arianna of the Academic Support and Career Devel- 
opment Office, headed In assistant athletic director 
Demetrius Marlowe. Wanna, an assistant director of 
academic support and career development, is in her 
filth year at Maryland She received a bachelor's de- 
gree from Syracuse in l ( > l >-' and a master's degree in 
college student personnel services from Louisville in 
199 1 Assisting Arianna is former Terp lineman Ryan 
Rezzelle, who completed his eligibility in the tall of 
1998. Rezzelle is a two-time winner of the George C. 
Cook Memorial Award for having the highest GPA on 
the football team, and last spring was a recipient of an 
ICC postgraduate scholarship. 



ASCDU Staff 





Demetrius 

Marlowe 

Assistant A.D. 

Football Staff 



Karen 

Schiferl 

Associate Director 




H E AT H E R 

Arianna 
Assistant Director 



Donald 

Pearman 

Assistant Director 




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Ryan Rezzelle Anton Goff 

Asst. Acad. Counselor Academic Counselor 



Undergraduate Programs Of Study 



COLLEGE 01 AGRICI III 1(1 \\l> 
Wll RALRESOI RCES 

Agricultural and Resource Economics 
tgriculture/Yeterlnarj (combined) 
Animal S( lences 

Biological Resources Engineering 
Conservation ol Soil, Water, and Emi 

ronmenl 
Crop Si lent c 
Dietetics 

Environmental Science and Pollcj 
Food Science 

General Agricultural Sciences 
Horticulture 
Landscape Architecture 
Natural Resources Management 
Nutritional Science 
Turf and Urban Agronomj 

SCHOOL OF ARCHITECT! RE 

COLLEGE OF ARES AND HI MANITIES 

American Studies 

Art 

Art Histon and Archaeolog) 

Chinese 

Classics 

Dance 

English Language and Literature 

French Language and Literature 

Germanic studies 

Histon 

Italian Language and Literature 

Japanese 

Jewish Studies 

Linguistics 

Music/Music Performance 

Philosophy 

Romance Languages 

Russian Area Studies 

Russian Language and literature 

Spanish Language ;md Literature 

Speech Communication 

Theatre 

Women's studies 

COLLEGE OF BEHAVIORAL AND 

SOCIAL SCIENCES 
Afro-American Studies 
Anthropologj 

Criminologx and Criminal Justice 

Economics 

Environmental Science and Policj 

Geographj 



Government and Politics 
Hearing and Speech sciences 
Psycholog) 
Soclologj 

THE ROBERT II. SMITH SCHOOL 
OF Bl SINESS 

Accounting 

Business/Lav, 

Finance 

General Business and Management 

Logistics .mil Transportation 
Management and Organization 
Management Science and Statistics 

Marketing 

Personnel and Labor Relations 
Production Management 
Transportation, Business and Public 
Policj 

COLLEGE OF COMPUTER, MATH- 
EMATICAL, AND PHYSICAL 

SCIENCES 
Astronomy 

Computer Engineering 
Computer Science 
Environmental Science and Polit | 
Geologj 
Mathematics 
Physical Sciences 
Physics 

COLLEGE OF EDI CATION 

Early Childhood Education 
Elemental) Education 
Secondarj Education 

Art 

English 

Foreign Language 

Mathematics 

Music 
Science 
Social Studies 
Speech and English 
Theatre and English 
Special Education 

A. JAMES CLVRK SCHOOL OF 
ENGINEERING 

Aerospace Engineering 
Biological Resources Engineering 
Chemical Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
Computer Engineering 



i lectrii al Engineering 
Engineering (B s in) 

i mi Denial Si i and Policj 

I ire Protection Engineering 
Materials and Nuclear I nguieering 
Mechanical Engineering 

COLLEGE 01 III Allll AM) HUMAN 
PERFORMANCE 

Familj studies 
I lealth Education 
Kinesiological sunn es 
Kinesiolog) 

COLLEGE OF JOURNALISM 

COLLEGE OF LIFE SCIENCES 
Biochemistrj 

Biological Sciences 

Biologj 

Cell Biologj and Molecular Geni tii 

Environmental Science and Policj 

I NDERGRADI VIE STt DIES 

College Park Scholars 

Division ol Letters and Science", 

Individual studies Program 
Law and Health Professions 

Pre Denial Hygiene 

Pre Dentistrj 

Pre- Lav, 

Pre Medical technology 

I're Medicine 

Pre -Nursing 

Pre-Oplonietn 

Pre-Osteopathii Medicine 
Pre Pharmaq 

Pre- Pin mi al rherapj 

Pre-I'ocliatnc Medicine 
Pre-Veterinarj Medicine 
I niversitj Honors Program 
Gemstone 
Honors Humanities 

CAMPUS-WIDE CERTIFICATES 

Afro- American Studies 
I .is! Asian Studies 
Latin-American Studies 
Science. Technology, and Society 

Somen's Studies 

MULTI-COLLEGE PROGRAMS 

Computer Engineering (CMPS ENGR) 
Environmental Science and Polio 





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MEDICAL STAFF 



The University of Maryland Department of Intercollegiate Ath- 
letics and the University of Maryland Medical Center's sports 
medicine program have joined forces to provide the best 
possible medical attention and care to all Terrapin student-athletes. 
Orthopedic surgeon Leigh Ann Curl, M.D., serves as the head 
team physician. Dr. Curl is part of the growing University Sports 
Medicine program of the University of Maryland Medical Center, 
which also provides medical care for the Baltimore Ravens of the 
NFL, UMBC, Coppin State University and 1-t high schools. 

Says Deborah A. Vow, Maryland's director of athletics: "When 
we recruit student-athletes to play for Maryland, we owe them the best 
education, the best coaching and the best comprehensive health care. 
Dr. Curl is an excellent physician who understands college athletics. It 
is especially gratifying for us to partner with our medical center in the 
same fashion as other ACC institutions do with their medical schools, 
like North Carolina, Virginia. Duke and Wake Forest." 

Leigh Ann Curl, M.D. 
Head Team Physician 

Leigh Ann Curl, a former Ail-American basketball player at the 

University of Connecticut and a 1998 inductee into the GTE Aca- 
demic All-America Hall of Fame, is beginning her third year as 
Maryland's head team physician. 

Dr. Curl, who is a member of the University of Maryland School 
of Medicine faculty as an assistant professor of orthopedic surgery, 
has performed volunteer work as team physician for USA Basketball, 
LISA Rugby, Johns Hopkins University, St. John's University, the New 
York MeLs and the New York City public schools recreation program. 

She received her medical degree in 1989 from Johns Hopkins, 
where she served her internship and residency. She was a fellow in 
sports medicine and shoulder surgery at The Hospital for Special 
Surgery at Cornell University Medical Center in New York City. 

Dr. Curl graduated summa cum laude from the University of 
Connecticut in 198S and was her class valedictorian. She was a four- 
year starter on the women's basketball team, serving two years as 
team captain, and became the third women's basketball player in 
school history to score 1,001) points. She currently ranks 10th in 
career points and fifth in rebounds at UConn. A two-time GTE Aca- 
demic All-America, Curl also was a two-time Big East Conference 
Scholar- Athlete of the Year. 

Student Health Center 

Dr. Sacared Bodison and Dr. Stephen Fahey are the two full-time 
campus health center physicians who specialize in sports medicine. 
Dr. Bodison is the assistant director of medical services at the health 
center and has been involved with the care of student-athletes since 
1982. Dr. Fahey is an emergency physician who is in his 10th year 
working with the Terrapins. Dr. Bodison and Dr. Fahey are available to 
treat student-athletes dailv on an as-needed basis in the health center. 
In addition, Dr. Margaret Bridwell serves as director of the Student 
Health Center and is a member of the Maryland Athletic Council. 



"When we recruit student- 
athletes TO PLAY FOR MARYLAND, 




Dr. Leigh Ann Curl 




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Michael Meyers 



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Brant Berkstresser 




Dr. Sacared Bodison 



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ATHLETIC TRAINING STAFF 

Sandy Worth 
Head Trainer 

Sandy Worth, who has been affiliated with Man land's athletic 
program since 1973, coordinates and directs the medical care for 
the Terps' football program in addition to her responsibilities as the 
university's head athletic trainer. 

A native of Timonium, Md., Worth supervises and schedules a 
professional staff of five full-time assistants and approximately 25 
student trainers who combine to provide medical assistance to the 
university's more than 600 student-athletes. Worth, a 1973 graduate 
of Man land, joined the Terps' staff that same year as an associate 
trainer. She was promoted to head trainer in 1992. 

During her career at Maryland, Worth has worked directly with 
five teams that have captured national championships — four in 
women's lacrosse and one in field hockey. In addition, she was the 
trainer for the women's basketball program when it won eight ACC 
titles and advanced to three NCAA Final Fours. 

A member of the National Athletic Trainers .Association, Worth 
was the head trainer for the 1989 and '93 U.S. women's lacrosse 
teams which won World Cup championships. 

Michael Meyers 
Assistant Trainer 

Michael Meyers is in his third year on the athletic training staff 
at the University of Maryland. He works directly with the football 
and women's basketball programs. 

Meyers cane to College Park from Morgan State University, w here 
he was a member of the training staff for two years. A native of 
Woodbridge, Va., Meyers began his career in athletic training at Nor- 
folk State University. He earned his bachelor's degree in physical edu- 
cation from Old Dominion and his master's degree in health care ad- 
ministration from the University of Man land, University College. 

He and his wife, Kelly, have two sons, John and Matthew, and 
are expecting a baby in July 

Brant Berkstresser 
Assistant Trainer 

Brant Berkstresser was named an assistant athletic trainer for 
football at the University of Mankind in October of 1997. Prior to 
his arrival in College Park. Berkstresser spent four years as an assis- 
tant trainer at Kansas State where he was the head trainer for men> 
basketball and an assistant trainer in football. He was a graduate 
assistant at Kansas State from 1991-93- In the summer of 1990. In 
interned with the New York Jets. 

He earned a bachelor's of science degree in education with an 
emphasis in athletic training from West \ irginia in 1991 and a master's 
in kinesiology from Kansas State in 199 J, His wile's name is Gretchen 



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Man land's strength and conditioning staff makes even 
effort to accommodate the individual training needs of 
each member of the Terps' football team. 

111 the highlj competitive collegiate football world 
of the ( )0s. the off-field preparation of the stu- 
dent-athlete is a critical compo- 
nent to the on-field success of am 
Division I program. 
Dwight Gait, Maryland's! 
director of strength and 
Conditioning, believes strong!) that 
a solid off-field training program can 
dramatical!) improve levels of performance, as well 
as significantly reduce the chance of injury. The ben- 
efit of performing structured strength and power train- 
ing throughout the entire year has allowed the Terps 
to reach new levels in physical development. 

At the Universit) of Maryland, the maximal devel- 
opment of athleticism is the primary goal of the 
strength and conditioning program. To accomplish t 
requires more than just strength and power training 
in lite weight room. Speed improvement, agility flex- 
ibility conditioning, plyometrics, and nutrition also 
play critical roles. The Terps' strength staff places sub- 
stantial emphasis on all these areas, with special at- 
tention on the improvement of speed potential. Gait 
and his staff employ a wide range of state-of-the-art 
training methods to assist in enhancing all aspects of 
speed development. 




Members of the Maryland football team (below | enjoy first-class athletic facilities, including the Terps' well- 
equipped weight room in the Gossett Football Team House. 



progressive air resistance machines, and a full line of 
Hammer strength equipment The weight complex also 
features immense, self-contained power rack stations. 
Olympic lifting platforms with Eleiko bumper plates, 
and 10 upper body pressing stations. 

A meaningful goal of every Terrapin football player 
is achievement of the prestigious "Iron Terp" award, 
which is recognized twice a year to those team mem- 
bers w ho achieve extremely challenging strength goals, 
based on body weight. It is a great honor and matter 
of pride to earn an "Iron Terp" award, and the Terps 
must "train to win" to accomplish this. 




The weight training facility in the 
Gossett Football Team House is more 
than ",1100 square feet in size. 



The Terrapins are fortunate to train in one of the 
premier weight training facilities in the United States 
Conveniently located in the Gossett Football Team 
House, this facility has excellent aesthetic appeal, with 
two magnificent skylights and large windows overlook- 
ing the playing field at Bvrd Stadium The Terps spa- 
cious weight room includes ".20(1 square feet of func- 
tional floor space, with two elevated offices that are 
easily accessible to the training floor. 

Mankind football plavers train with some of the 
best equipment available, including 20,000 pounds 
of customized York free weights, sev en pieces of Keiser 



Members of the Man land football program follow a 
structured vear-round weight training program. 



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TERRAPIN CLUB 



Providing Scholarships for Today's Student-Athletes 



What is the Terrapin 
Club? 

As the scholarship fund-raising arm of the 
athletic department, the Terrapin Club is 
composed of approximately -t.500 
members who contribute money annu- 
ally to help pay the scholarship costs of 
our student-athletes. For many student- 
athletes, scholarships are the only 
means available to continue their edu- 
cation; for others, scholarships pn>\ ide 
the opportunity to compete at the high- 
est level of athletic competition in 
America's premier conference, the At- 
lantic Coast Conference. 

With nearly 600 student-athletes, -tOO of whom 
benefit from scholarship support, the scholarship bill 
for the coming year is approximately S-t.5 million. For 
the fiscal year that ended June 30, 1 W. the Terrapin 
Club contributed approximately $2.9 million toward 
scholarships. 



Managing Boar 





R. Calvert Steuart 

Terrapin Club 

President 



Erwiii Raffel, President-Elect 

Robert Baker, First Vice President 

John Llewellyn, Second Vice President 

Renaldo Nehemiah, Secretary 

Todd Schoenberger, Treasurer 

Lance Billingsley, Past President 

Bryan Borda 
Sasho Cirovski 

Henry Hlsnic 
Sam Frank 

Edwin R. Fry 
Robert Con/ales 
Larry (inihciistnii 

Ward Griffith 
John Haas 

Carole Harris 

Sara Klompus 

HughMallon 
JoAnn Marcario 

Keith VII 
Deborah Potter 

Scott Werber 



How Much Should I 
Contribute? 

As a Terrapin Club member, you can contribute 
the minimum of SI 25 or any higher amount. Your 
benefits of membership, however, do vary depending 
on your level and amount of contribution. The Terra- 
pin Club is composed of seven levels of membership, 
ranging from the Top Terp level, where members con- 
tribute at least $10,000 per year, to the Silver level, 
where members contribute SI 25 per year. 

What Benefits Do I 

Receive for Being a 

Member? 

Members of the Terrapin Club directly assist the 
university in providing athletic scholarships. In addi- 
tion, benefits of membership include priority seating 
for football and basketball, preferred parking, a 
monthly newsletter, and invitations to receptions and 
Terrapin Club events. Furthermore, you must be a 
member of the Terrapin Club to purchase men's bas- 
ketball season tickets. 

What Methods of 
Contributing are Available? 

Direct gifts are the most common way of con- 
tributing. They are made in the form of cash, stock, 
checks or credit card (Visa or Mastercard). As a do- 
nor, you have the option of contributing once annu- 
ally or periodically throughout the year 

The University, of Mankind Foundation (the de- 
positor, tor scholarship money) qualifies lor most 



charitable matching gift programs. Please contact your 
employer to see if you are eligible for a matching gift 
program. 



Is My Donation Tax 
Deductible? 

Current federal income tax laws allow a 
charitable deduction of 80 percent of a 
contribution to an educational institution, 
when the result of such a contribution is 
seating rights for athletic events. Please con- 
sult your individual tax advisor for additional 
nformation. 



How is My Seat 
Location Determined? 
Ticket assignments for football and basketball 
and all special events (the ACC Tournament, bowl 
games, etc. ) are based on a point system designed 
to reward loyalty and total dollar contributions. 
Terpoints also are awarded for consecutive years of 
participation and referrals of new members. 

Still Have Questions? 

Call the Terrapin Club at (3(H) 314-7020 or 
(800) (i53-~(iO _ . or refer to our web site at 
www.umd.edu/terrapinclub. 



Terrapin Club Staff 




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Andrew Plenn 
Executive Director 




Julie Potter 
Assistant Director 



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Maryland Educational Foundation 
'Endowments for the Future' 

["he primary mission ol the Maryland Educational Foundation (MEF) Is to pro- 
vide scholarship endowment funds in support of the athletic department's annual 
athletic scholarship expenses. Bv supporting talented, deserving student-athletes, 

donors ensure thai our legacy ol excellence will continue and grow, For more than 
M) years, the MEF has provided financial support for Man laud athletics and is an 
important part of the department's gifl giving program. The vision ol the MEF is to 
raise enough dollars through private trills to build an endowment capable of perma- 

nentlv funding main of the university's scholarships now being awarded. 

wii.n is an endowment? \n endowment is a gifl in which the principal is held in 
perpetuity, with only the income used (in part or whole) lor scholarships. The MIT- 
invites von to discuss gifts such as cash, securities, real estate, insurance, personal 
property lite income, gifts of pooled income funds, charitable remainder trusts, chari- 
table gift annuities, wills and bequests. An endowment gift is truly a significant invest 
ment in the future of Mankind athletics. Contact Greg Manning at (301 ) .-11 4-7020 
if you would like more information. 





Maryland Educational 


Foundation, Inc. 1 




Chairman 




Fred Frederick 


Vice-Chairman 




Bam P. (iossett 


Secretary/Treasurer 


Jack Scarhath 


Executive Director 


Greg Manning 


Board of Governors 


John I. Heise 


Jack Scarhath 


Jonathan Claiborne 


Dr. Palmer Hopkins Logan Schutz 


Dr. John Dennis 


Arthur Kramer 


Frank Shull III 


larrj Doll 


Thomas Marcos 


Haskell Smith 


Fred Frederick 


Leonard Mathias Mark Turner 


Barn P. Gossett 


John Miller 


Robert E. Weiss 


Charles R. Harris 


Wilson Phipps 


Wallace E. Whitmore 


Carole Harris 


Dr. En Raffel 


Deborah A. Vow 



Major 
'Building on a Wi 

The continued excellence ol the I in 
versily of Maryland athletics program is 
greatly enhanced bv the support it receives 
through private gifts beyond the 1 annual 
Terrapin Club contributions Cash gilts for 
capital projects truly distinguish anv great 
institution's athletic program, thus guar- 
anteeing a future as rich as its past \ gift 
of cash is the most critical tvpe of dona- 
tion to the Major Gifts Development Unit 
Quality athletic facilities attract top-notch 
student-athletes to our university, and they 
attract alumni and friends back to cam- 
pus to enjoy Mankind Terrapins intercol- 
legiate athletic competition. 

The primary locus of the Major Gifts 
program is to refurbish existing facilities 
and build new ones. Our most significant 
project at this time is the proposed new- 
arena. We currently have many excellent 
naming opportunities available. If you have 
an interest in a naming opportunity, or in 
making a major gift in support of Mary- 
land athletics, please call Greg Manning 
or Cheryl Harrison at (301) 314-7020. 
They will be delighted to show you bow 
both the donor and Terrapin athletics can 
benefit from a major gift to the University 
of Mankind. 



Gifts 

nning Tradition' 






Greg Manning 
Director. Major (iifts 




Cheryl Harrison 

Director. 

Advancement Projects 



THE M CLUB 




A 76-year Tradition of 
Athletes Helping Athletes 




M Club Executive 
Committee 



The M Club was founded in l l )2.s by a group of 
former I niversity of Mankind athletes led by Dr. H.C. 

n'Curley Byrd to en- 
courage excellence in 
athletics. It is one of 
the (ddest 

lettenvinner clubs in 
the country with an or- 
ganization of more 
than 4.000 former 
Man land varsity alh- 
le.es. 

The M Club 
goals are to help 
achieve the very best 
overall academic and athletic program for the 2S var- 
sity teams, to aid the athletes in making positive con- 
tributions to the community, to obtain and maintain 
funds for awards and scholarships and to cultivate 



David Diehl 
Executive Director 



social contact and good sportsmanship among the 
wearers of the "M ." 

Membership participation, through the payment 
of annual dues, helps build the scholarship endow- 
ment fund and support student-athletes' awards and 
recognition efforts. Members receive the monthly ath- 
letic department publication (TerpTalk) for informa- 
tion about the current teams and news about your 
former teammates 

In addition, active members receive information 
about, and discounts for, various M Club activities. 
Many benefits are intangible though, including the sat- 
isfaction of having lettered at a great university and 
being a part of a unique and exclusive organization. 
Stay involved with Maryland athletics 

I niversity of Maryland letterwinners interested 
in the M Club should call David Diehl at (301) 314- 
5372 or Dotti Warren at (301 ) sl-t-"020. 

Remember the M Club, "Athletes Helping .Athletes.'' 




Laura Le.Mire, M Club President 

Steve Hayleck. President-Elect 

Lisa Gibson. Vice President 

Marshall Fesche. Treasurer 

Phil Calder. Assistant Treasurer 

Bryan Borda. Executive Committee 

John Lamon. Executive Committee 

Russell Davis. Executive Committee 

Jonathan Claiborne. Executive Committee 

Bob Stumpff. Executive Committee 

Ralph Lary, Executive Committee 

Jack Heise. Legal Advisor 
David Diehl. Executive Director 



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Demetrius Marlowe 


314-7040 


Karen Schiferl 


314-7039 


Heather Arianna 


314-7037 


Donald Pearman 


314-7042 


Anton Goff 


314-7038 


Rvan Rezzelle 


314-9291 


Kathy Fontaine 


314-9662 



\lhletic Director Deborah A. You 314-7075 

Executive Administrative Assistant Joyce Taylor 314-7075 

Executive Assistant to the Athletic Director David Gonzalez 314-7171 

Senior Assoc. Athletic Director/Internal Operations Rob Mullens 314-7046 

Administrative Assistant \iekiSpinelli 314-8678 

Associate Athletic Director/Internal Operations Kathleen Worthington 3 1 4-7078 

\ssistant Director of Marketing and Championships SueDoran 31 4-7162 

Director of Personnel Services Lisa l.epore 314-1967 

ACADEMIC SUPPORT & CAREER DEVELOPMENT 

Asst. AD/Academic Support & Career Development 
Associate Director for Academic Support & Career Dev. 
Asst. Director for Academic Support & Career Dev. 
Asst. Director for Academic Support & Career Dev. 
Academic Counselor for Academic Support & Career Dev. 
Asst. Acad. Counselor for Academic Support & Career Dev 
Academic Support Coordinator 

ADVANCEMENT 

Assoc. Athletic Director/External Operations Joe Hull 314-7035 

Administrative Assistant Helen Pickett 314-7035 

Director of Major Gifts GregManning 314-7014 

Director of Advancement Projects Cheryl Harrison 405-0729 

Director of M Club David Diehl 314-5372 

Administrative Assistant Dotti Warren 3l4-"020 

Executive Director of Terrapin Club Andrew Plenn 314-7019 

Assistant Director of Terrapin Club Julie Potter 314-7077 

Gift Processor Wendy Wong 314-7032 

Development Assistant Israel Gersten 314-8626 

Administrative Assistant Dana Delaney 5l4-"020 

BUSINESS 

Business Manager Lisa Peterson 3l4-~()4.S 

Assistant Business Manager Will Daly 405-0572 

Systems .Analyst Lisa Packet! 314-7049 

Office Supervisor Phyllis Wallace 3 1 4-7050 

Payroll Coordinator Karen White 314-9532 

Administrative Assistant LoriPanko 314-9214 

COMPLIANCE 

\sst Athletic Director/Compliance/SWA Jane Mullens 314-7258 

Assistant Compliance Coordinator Amy Skarbek 3 14-7081 

MARKETING 

Marketing Director Rich McGill 314-7072 

Assistant Marketing Director Wendy McReynolds 314-5252 

Assistant Marketing Director Kay Scott 314-7071 

Marketing Assistant Kurt Daniels 314-1517 

Administrative Assistant Shirley Smith 314-7072 

MEDIA RELATIONS 

Associate Athletic Director/Media Relations Dave Haglund 314-7064 

.Associate Media Relations Director Ke\in Messenger 314-7066 

Assistant Media Relations Director Stephanie Mociun 314-7063 

Assistant Media Relations Director Chuck Walsh 314-7065 

Publications Coordinator/Asst. Media Relations Dir. Jason Yellin 314-7062 

Media Relations Coordinator Jennifer Mason 3 1 4-7064 

OPERATIONS & FACILITIES 

Assistant Athletic Director/Operations & Facilities Curt Callahan 314-7126 

Assistant Director of Operations Garj Parker 314-7127 

Assistant Director of Operations Greg Smith 314-7128 

Administrative .Assistant Patty Benfield 314-7126 

SPORTS MEDICINE 

Head Trainer Sandy Worth 3 1 4-9905 

Assistant Trainer Brant Berkstresser 314-9906 

Assistant Trainer II Bush 314-7132 

Assistant Trainer Michael Meyers 314-9901 

Assistant Trainer Ph\ Ills Sanders 314-7137 

Assistant Trainer Bill Savior 3 14-711 3 

STRENGTH & CONDITIONING 

Strength & Conditioning Coach DwightGalt 31 i-9927 

Assistant Strength & Conditioning Coach Bam Kagan 314-992'' 

Assistant Strength & Conditioning Coach I lamian Stephens 3 1 4-9927 

Assistant Strength & Conditioning Coach Corliss white 314-9927 

TICKET OFFICE 

Director ill In kd Operations l.uk/.ane 314-7083 

RcketManager WendyBrown 105-9273 

Associate Ticket Managei Greg Schiller -ill "no; 

Assistant Ticket Manager Eloise Jones 314-7084 

Assistant Ticket Manager Debbie Russell il I -"(185 



Baseball 

Tom Bradley, Head Coach 314-7122 
Men's Basketball 

Gary Williams, Head Coach 3 14-7029 
Women's Basketball 

Chris Weller, Head Coach 3 1 4- 1 747 

Men's & Women's Cross Country 

Dan Rincon 314-7457 

Field Hockey 

Missy Meharg, Head Coach 3l4-~006 
Football 

Ron vanderlinden, Head Coach 314-7096 
Men's Golf 

Tom Hanna. Head Coach 403-8 1 5" 

Women's Golf 

Jason Rodenhaver, He-ad Coach 403-4181 
Gymnastics 

Bob Nelligan. Head Coach 314-7007 
Men's Lacrosse 

Dick Edell, Head Coach 314-7117 



Women's Lacrosse 

Cindy Timchal, Head Coach 314-4273 
Men's Soccer 

Sasho Cirovski. Head Coach 314-4161 
Women's Soccer 

Shannon Cirovski, Head Coach 314-7034 
Softball 

Gina LaMandre, Head Coach 4(15-0521 
Men's & Women's Swimming 

Jim Wenhold. Head Coach 314-7031 
Men's and Women's Tennis 

Jim Laitta, Head Coach 314-7131 

Men's and Women's Track 

Bill Goodman. Head Coach 314-7457 
Volleyball 

Janice Kruger. Head Coach 3 1 4-9839 
Wrestling 

John McHugh. Head Coach 3l4-"134 




Tom Bradley 
Baseball 



Sasho Cirovski 
Men's Soccer 



Shannon Cirovski Dick Edell 

Women's Soccer Men's Lacrosse 







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Bill Goodman 
Track & Field 



Tom Hanna 
Men's Golf 



Janice Kruger 
Volleyball 



Jim Laitta 
Tennis 




Gina LaMandre 
Softball 



Missy Meharg 
Field Hockey 



John McHugh Bob Nelligan 

Wrestling Gymnastics 




Dan Rincon Jason Rodenhaver Cindy lumbal Ron Vanderlinden 
Cross Country Women's Golf Women's Lacrosse Football 




Chris Weller 
Women's Basketball 



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Jim \\ ruin del 

Swimming 



Gary Williams 
Men's Basketbal 



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MARYLAND ATHLETIC STAFF 



Administration 



Marketing 




Sue Doran 

Asst. Director of 

Marketing & 
Championships 




Lisa 

Peterson 

Business Manager 



Lisa 

Lepore 

Director of 

Personnel Services 

Business Office 



li it 

Will 

Daly 

Assistant Business 

Manager 



LJ - - 



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Lisa 

Packett 

Systems Analyst 




Rich 
McGill 

Director of 
Marketing 




Phyllis 

Wallace 

Office Supervisor 



Wendy 
McReynolds 

Assistant Director of 
Marketing 



Kay 
Scott 

Assistant Director of 
Marketing 



Compliance 




Amy 
Skarbek 

Assistant 
Compliance Coord. 



Ticket Office 




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Jack 

Zane 

Director. Ticket 

Operations 



Wendy 

Brown 

Ticket Manager 



Greg 
Schiller 
Associate Ticket 

Manager 



Debbie 

Russell 

Assistant Ticket 

Manager 



Operations & Facilities 




Eloise 

Jones 

.Assistant Ticket 

Manager 



Gary 

Parker 

Assistant Director 



Greg 

Smith 
Assistant Director 



Athletic Department Index 



\thletic Administration 2 Hi 

Vademic Support & Career Development 2 I - 

Spoils Medicine 214 

Strength & Conditioning 2 1 5 

Terrapin Club 216 

Major Gift Fundraising 21" 

MClub 217 

Coaches 218 

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BYRD STADIUM 



Byrd Stadium has been home to national cham- 
pionship football and men's and women's la- 
crosse teams, and to more than 50 ACC track 
and field champions. It hosted the Queen of England 
at a football game, and was the stage where the great- 
est high hurdler in history, Renaldo Nehemiah, per- 
formed his amazing feats. It also has been a regular 
site for the NCAA men's lacrosse Final Four, where 
several attendance records have been shattered. 

Byrd Stadium — it's the first-class home of the 
Man land Terrapins. 

Situated at the foot of the campus' North Hill, 
the stadium is named for Dr. H.C. Byrd, a multi-sport 
athlete as an undergraduate who later became head 
football coach and eventually served as university presi- 
dent. His vision gave University of Maryland preemi- 
nence among Eastern campus sports facilities for de- 
cades and the impetus for the Terrapins to win more 
ACC championships than any league school. 

Since opening on Sept. 3(1, 1950, when Mary- 
land defeated Na\y 35-21 in the dedication game be- 
fore a school-record crowd of 43,3<S0 fans, Byrd has 
undergone a number of major facelifts, three of which 
occurred in the 1990s and have resulted in its present 
form. The first came shortly after the 1990 home sea- 
son, when the Tyser Tower press box — a fantastic 
five-tier, 90-foot high, 1 60-foot long structure — was 
built on the stadium's south rim. Tyser Tower accom- 
modates 300 exterior luxury seats, a hospitality suite 
with theater-style seating, a spacious working press 
area, television and radio booths, and a photo deck. 

Construction has been completed on a beautiful 
new football complex — since named the Gossett Foot- 
hall Team House — just beyond the east end zone. This 
$7 million building houses football coaching offices and 
meeting areas, academic 
computer lab, locker 
rooms, weight facility, and 
a medical support area. A 
bronze Terrapin sits in 
front of the team house, its 
installation coming in 
1992 its part of the cel- 
ebration of the 100th year 
of football at the university. 
Following the 1994 cam- 
paign, Byrd's seating ca- 
pacity increased by more 
than 12.000 to its current 
level of t,s.()55 when a 
missive upper deck was 
added on the stadium's 
north side. The cost for the 
latest renovation exceeded 
$45 million. 

The refurbishing of 
Byrd included new 

restrooms, bleachers and the stadium's first formal 
entrancewaj offofField House Drive. The Gossett Foot- 
ball Team House, Tyser Tower, concession stands, rest 




Tlie construction of 
Tyser Tower (left) was 
one of the major 
refurbishments this 
decade to 48,055-seal 
r.wii suidium (above). 



rooms and stadium portals, designed by II. O.K. Ar- 
chitects of Kansas City, arc enclosed in sand-molded 
brick thai matches the Williamsburg-style brick used 



on most of Maryland's 53 
the contemporary archite 
iniitv with the university's 



5 buildings. The brick gives 
dure a timeless veneer and 
traditional Georgian look. 



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Tvser Tower. shown here from the south, 
features a spacious press ho\ and a 
hospitality suite with theater-snle seating. 



Byrd Highlights 



1950 Byrd Stadium is constructed at a cost ol SI mil- 
ium Hie original capacity was 3 1,680, but could 
be boosted to more than 50,000 with temporary 
bleachers around the rim ol the stadium 

1953 Byrd is home to the national champion Terrapin 
football team, 

1955 in a game billed as the Best of the East" \s the 
"Best of the West," Maryland defeated No I 
ranked UCLA 7-0. Historians called that game one 
of the greatest of the det ade 

1957 Quern Elizabeth II and Prince Phillip visited while 
former Terp head coach Jim latum returned to 
the scene of his greatest coaching triumphs. The 

Terps went on to upset North Carolina in what then 
head coach Tommy Mont later called his finest 
moment as coach. 

1974 The legendary Bear Bryant returned to College 
Park with his third-ranked Alabama Crimson Tide 
on Sept. 1 1. Temporar) bleachers were installed 
for onlj the second time in stadium history to ac- 
commodate 54,412 fans, then the largest crowd 
ever at Byrd. Later in the season, on Oct. 1 1 . the 
second-largest crowd ( 19,647) in Byrd history 
watched the 15th-ranked Terps defeat rth-ranked 
NC State 20-10. 

1975 The Byrd Stadium attendance record of 58,973 
was set when 1 tth-ranked Maryland hosted ninth- 
ranked Penn Suite. 

1983 Byrd Stadium played host to its second-largest 
crowd. 54, "15, as the 17th-ranked Terps met No. 
20 West Virginia. 

1985 The Terps. ranked No. 1 in the preseason by Sport 
magazine, set the all-time school home attendance 
record, averaging 4 1 ).3<S5 for five home games. 

1990 Construction began following the last home foot- 
ball game of the season on what was the first ma- 
jor athletic construction on campus in 35 years. 
The Byrd Stadium refurbishment was the first of 
its kind to be done without the supervision of 
CurleyByrd. 

1994 Following the end of the football season, renova- 
tions continued with the addition of an upper deck. 

1995 Seating capacity is 48.055 — an increase ol 
12,000 — following the completion of the upper 
deck on the stadium s north side. As needed, 
bleachers can increase the seating capacity to 
62.000. 






1999 MARYLAND TERRAPINS FOOTBALL 



GOSSETT TEAM HOUSE 






Whether they arc taking advantage of the aca- 
demic computer lab, spacious weight room, 
or state-of-the-art sports medicine area, 
football players at the University of Man land are pro- 
vided the finest in facilities at the Gossett Football Team 
House. 

Located at the east end of Byrd Stadium, the 
16,000-square foot building is an all-purpose com- 
plex that combines football function with imaginative 
design. Truly the "home" of the football Teips, the $7 
million C-ossett Football Team House features a first- 
class locker room, coaching offices, multiple meeting 
rooms, a strength and conditioning center, computer 
lab, medical facilities, audio-visual center, and equip- 
ment areas. It was designed by the same firm (H.O.K. 




Much of Maryland's storied football histon is on dis- 
play when 5011 enter the Gossett Team House. 




"he Terrapins' state-of-the-art 

weight training facility, 

conveniently located in the 

Gossett Football Team House, 

"eatures more than 1 2 tons of 

WEIGHTS. 



The Gossett Team House is conveniently located at the east end of Byrd Stadium. 



of Kansas City) that has performed the architectural 
work on some of America's premier collegiate and 
professional sports facilities. 

Upon entering the main doors, student-athletes 
and visitors alike are greeted by an impressive recep- 
tion area highlighting some of the great players and 
great moments in Maryland's storied football history. 
Nearby are coaching offices that overlook Byrd Sta- 
dium through oversized windows, as well as multiple 
meeting areas and conference rooms. A Terrapin Ter- 
race, which surrounds the second-floor offices, is 
available for outdoor functions. 

On the lower level, student-ath- 
letes make their strength and condition- 
ing home in the 7,000-square-foot 
strength center under skylights thai re- 
veal more than 12 tons of workout ma- 
chinery, The spacious dressing area lea 
lures a double locker and lootlocker for 
even player The layout of the ground 
floor allows easy access to the many 
amenities the building has to oiler. The 




This state-of-the-art football complex is named alter 
long-lime Tcrp supporters Barn and Man Gossett. 



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GOSSETT TEAM HOUSE 



linker rooms, which house a sauna and shower fa 
rilities, are less than 100 ti-i-i awaj from the second- 
IIimii conference areas The nine conference areas are 
interconnecting and feature the latest in audio-visual 
equipment, some of which is available in onl) a hand- 
ful ol NCAA football programs 

As an integral pan ol the Byrd Stadium complex, 
the Gossetl Football Team House is situated in the 
middle of campus and is within walking distance of 
dorms and dining areas, Hoth the practice fields and 
Bj rd Stadium field are immediately outside the linker 
room door, or nearby. The steps leading down to the 
complex's front door face Cole Field House and the 
home of Mankind's outstanding academic support 
unit. 

Each phase of the building — from the 3,500 
square foot medical and hydrotherapy rooms, to 
strength center, to office suites — was designed to 
teach and support football excellence. 

The building is named for Barn and Mary 
Gossett, long-time Terrapin supporters who have given 
generousl] to the athletic and academic programs at 
the I niversitv of Mankind. 




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TERPS ON RADIO 



All of Maryland's games are heard live on the 
Maryland Terrapins' radio network, which 
boasts one of the broadest coverage areas in 
collegiate sports. The production and sales of the 
broadcasts are being overseen for the fifth year by one 
of the largest and most aggressive sports marketing 
groups in the country, Learfleld Sports of Jefferson City, 
Mo. In addition to the University of Maryland, Learfleld 
Sports holds the radio broadcast rights to University 
of Missouri, University of Iowa, University of Alabama, 
Michigan State University, Indiana University, Purdue 
University, University of Wisconsin, University of Ari- 
zona, University of Oklahoma and Oklahoma State 
University. 

Mankind's broadcasts can be accessed on the 
World Wide Web at www.gamecruiser.com or via the 
Terps' official athletic web site, www.umterps.com. 

Johnny Holliday and Ken Broo will be mikeside 
for all Terp games. 

Johnny Holliday — Play-by-Play 

Johnny Holliday, now in his 21st year as "Voice 
of the Terps," is considered one of the finest play-by- 
play announcers in the country. In addition to calling 
the action for the Maryland football and basketball 
teams, Holliday also hosts the Ron Vanderlinden and 
Gary Williams television shows. As the Terps' director 
of broadcasting, he also handles a myriad of speaking 
duties within the athletic department, ranging from 
banquets to alumni functions to golf outings. 

His long list of credits includes .ABC's coverage of 
the U)% Summer Olympics and the Winter and Sum- 
mer Olympics in 1984, 1988 and 1994. In addition, 
he has covered championship boxing, the Masters, the 
USFL Game of the Week, and the Liberty and Aloha 
bowls. 

Holiday's announcing career allows him to lay 
claim as Washington's most versatile broadcaster, and 
among the best nationally. Whether it be in radio, 
where he was named America's No. 1 disc jockey dur- 
ing his rock n roll deejay days, to his public address 
duties with the Cleveland Browns. Oakland Raiders, 
and Golden Stale Warriors. lo his work in Washington 
television for the Senators and Bullets, Holliday makes 



[Maryland Radio Network 




WBAL-AM 


Baltimore 1090 




WTEM-AM 


Washington, D.C. 980 


WTBO-AM 


Cumberland 1450 


WSER-AM 


F.lkton 1550 


WFMD-AM 


Frederick 930 


WARK-AM 


Hagerslown 1490 


WMDM \\l 


Lexington Park I wo 


WMSG-AM 


Oakland/Mountain Lake I'k. 1050 


WDMV-AM 


Pocomoke Citv 5 to 


WTC-M-AM 


Salisburj 960 


WTTR-AM 


Westminster I i70 




Johnny Holliday (left) and Ken Broo 



a complicated business look easy 

He brings that ease to the Maryland coach's tele- 
vision shows on Home Team Sports, the region's pre- 
mier sports channel. He also is host of Redskin gen- 
eral manager Charley Casserly's show. He also does 
special events for HTS that include baseball, tennis, 
basketball and track and field. He is among the pio- 
neer broadcasters for the sport of women's basket- 
ball, earning a Distinguished Service Award from ACC 
women's basketball officials for his work on that 
league's women's basketball telecasts. 

A native of Miami, Fla.. Holliday began his broad- 
casting career in Perry. Ga., and through the years has 
worked in four of the nation's prime radio markets: 
Cleveland, New York, San Francisco and Washington. 
At one time, he was recognized as America's No. 1 
disc jockey. He is a member of the Rock N Roll Hall 
of Fame. 

In addition to his broadcasting accomplishments, 
he also has been extremely successful raising money 
for charity. Washingtonian magazine honored him as 
a Washingtonian of the Year for his many civic activi- 
ties. His basketball and Softball learns, the Radio Won- 
ders, have raised more than $1 million for charity lie 
is involved in Special Olympics, Catholic Charities, Op- 
eration Smile, and the Boy Scouts of America, lie has 
served as television host for the Easter Seals. Muscu- 
lar Dystrophy, March of Dimes and Leukemia telethons, 

\ year ago he was honored In the Greater Wash- 
ington, D.C. Chapter of Operation Smile with iis 1998 
Smile Award for his outstanding service to the com- 
munity. In 1995, he was the recipient of the I Diversity 
(il Maryland "M Club" Distinguished Citizen \ward. 
lie is an honorary member of the university's chapter 



of Omicron Delta Kappa. 

Holliday and his wife. Man Claire, are the proud 
parents of three daughters: Kellie, a physician who re- 
sides in Bel Air, Md., with her husband Steve, who 
also is a physician; Trade, a neo-natal nurse at Shady 
Grove Hospital who resides in Potomac, Md.. with her 
husband Chris, an attorney; and Moira, who attends 
St. Joseph's University in Philadelphia. 

Ken Broo — Color Analyst 

Ken Broo, sports director and primary sports an- 
chor at W1SA-TV (Channel 9) in Washington, DC, is 
in his third season as the color analyst for Terps foot- 
ball. Broo has been at WUSA since 1996. He previ- 
ously was sports director at WKRC-TV in Cincinnati 
from 1990-96. His broad football background dates 
to his days as a radio analyst for the Tampa Bav Buc- 
caneers from 1981-8~ He also was the radio play-by- 
plav voice for the Cincinnati Bengals from 1990-96. 
From l l ) -81, he was the play-by-play voice for the 
Tulsa men's basketball team. He also has covered col- 
lege basketball for NBC, called various events for ESPN, 
and served as play-hv-plav announcer for the Tulsa 
Oilers minor league hockey franchise. 

Flagship Stations 



Radio 11 ' 

WBAL 

Baltimore 
1090-AM 



WTEM 

Spoils I. ilk 



Washington 
980-AM 



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Acr /■>// »/</i<«/o sports edUoi 

I h// indicates assistant sports editor 

(siij indicates sports dim tor 

jttj indicates beat writer 

/i I indicates columnist 

/\u/ indicates staff writer 

/\i/ indicates iportsancbor, 

[SRI indicates stafj reporter 

lisilj indicates talk sboit bost, 

// vy indicatesexecativesportsptoducet 

/.v/y indicates sports producer 

Maryland Radio 
Network 
Play -hi -Play Announcer 
Johnny !liillula\ 
Spoils fachor 
Mil Radio 

[717 Desales Si PTO 
Washington, DC 20036 

(202) ill -"oiin 
(202) 222-7682 (FAX) 

Color Analyst 

Ken Broo 

Sports Director 

WUSA-TV 

4100 Wisconsin Vve xw 

Washington, DC 20008 

(202) 895 5600 

(202) 563-§472 (FAX) 

Print Outlets 
Washington Post 

1150 li'tllSl XA\ 

Washington, DC 20071 
(202) 534 7350 
(202) 534-7685 
George Solomon [SE] 
Steve Berkowitz [ASE] 
Michael Wilbon [C] 
Ibnj Kornheiser |C| 

Baltimore Sun 
Calvert & Centre Streets 
Baltimore, MD 21203 
(410) 532-6200 

(410) 783-2518 (FAX) 
Molly Dunham [SE| 
Sam D.ivi-; [SE] 
Bill In* |B1 
John F.iseaherg [C| 
Ken Rosenthal |C1 

The Washington Times 
$600 Nen fork Vve M 
Washington, DC 20002 
(202) 636-3269 
(202) J2Jfc7869 (FAX) 
ti.m Hopkins |SE| 
Jodi Foldesv [Bl 
Tom Knott |('l 
Dan Dak |C] 
Dick Heller [C] 
Thorn Loverro |C] 

Prince George's Journal 
9426 Annapolis Road 
l.inlum, MD 20706 
(301) 306-3414 
(301) 731-8,363 (ROC) 
Ben Lumpkin [SE] 
David Hammel [B] 
Ja) llilhett |B| 




Montgomery Journal 

1 Research Coun 
Rodcville. MD 20850 
(30D670-H27 
(301)670-1 i.'l (FAX) 
Brian McNicoll |sl | 
MikeEacobacci |sw| 
lakeSchaller [SW] 
Kevin Dunleav) |sw | 

tanapolis Capital 

J Capitol Drue 

Vnnapolis, MD ii 104 

I I III) 280-5925 

i urn 268-4643 (FAX) 

I oc Gross [SE] 
Bill Wagner [B] 
Craig Anderson |C] 
John McNamara |C| 

Cumberland Times 

I 'i Mechanic Si 
Cumberland, MD 21502 
(301) 722-4600 
(301)722 |8?0(FAX) 
Mike Burke [SE/B] 
Steve Luse [C] 

Easton Star-Democrat 
I Virport Drive 
Hasten, MD21601 
i Hin 770-4010 
(410).820h6519 (FAX) 
BillHaufe[SE] 
Kevin George |ase] 

Frederick News Post 
2(1(1 E. Patrick Si 

Frederick. Ml) 2 Pill 
(301) 662-1177 
i 501) 662-8299 (FAX) 
Stan Goldberg |SE/B] 
lohn Cannon |SW | 
Sheldon Shealer [SW] 
Bill Caulej |S\\ | 
Joel Flutter [SW] 

Gazette Newspapers 

l2llliQunice Orchard Bl\d 
Gaithersburg, MD 2087S 

(301)948-3120 
(30D670--183 [FAX] 
Brian Heard [SE/B] 
Chris Murray |SW] 

Hagerstown Morning Herald 
lOOSummitt toe 
Hagerstown, MD 2l~-iil 
(301) 733-5131 
(101) "11-02(5 (FAX) 
Mark Keller [SE] 
Bob Parasiliti [B] 

Hagerstown Daily Mail 
UK) Summit toe 
Hagerstown, Ml) 21"4() 
(301) 733-5131 
(301) 71 4-0245 (EAX) 
Larry ^anos [SE/B] 

Salisbury Times 
PO. Box 1937 
Salisbury, MD 21802 
(410) 749-7171 
(410) 749-7290 (EAX) 
lohn Evans [SE] 
Bill See [B] 
Patrick Kille>- |B] 



Terrapin rimes 
I'd Box 54405 
Bethesda MD20827 
1 501) 656-8257 
(301) 656-8258 (FAX) 
Keith Cavanaugh [SE] 

Wire Services/ 
National 
Associated Press 

in st Paul Place 
Baltimore, Ml) 21202 
1 hid 539 3524 
(410)72" 1550 (FAX) 
Dave Ginsburg |SK| 

ISA Today 
1000 Wilson Blvd. 

\rlington. V\ 1111V 
(703)276-3735 
(703) 276-5055 (FAX) 
Joe Aracc 
Jack Carey 

Student Media 
The Diamondback 
3136 S. Campus Dining Hall 
1 niuTsiu of Maryland 
College I'ark. MD 20Z42 
(301) 314-8200 
(301) 314-8358 (FAX) 
Josh Mitchell [SE] 

WMUC Radio 

3130S. Campus Dining Hall 

P.O. Box 99 

College Park! MD 20"42 

(301)314-7866 

(301) 3l4-78"9 (FAX) 

Radio Outlets 
\sbai 

3800 Hooper Ave. 
Baltimore, MD 21211 

(410) 338-6592 
(410) 338-6675 (FAX) 
Gerry Sandusky |TSH| 
GregSher [TSH| 

WTEM 

11300RockvfllePike 
Rockville, MI) 20852 
(301)231-7798 
(301)881-8025 (EAX) 
Andy Pollin [SD] 
Ken Beatrice |TSH| 
Rick Doc" Walker I TSH] 
AlKoken |TSH| 
Chris Passamano [ESP| 

WCBM 

68 Radio Plaza 
Owings Mills MD 2111" 
(410) 580-6800 ■ 
(410) 58Q-68L0 (FAX) 
.Art Sinclair [SD] 

WFMD 
P.O. Box 151 
Frederick, MD 21701 
(301)948-8521 

1 501)682-8018 (FAX) 
Ron Kitzmiller [SD] 

WINA 

12210 Parklawn Drive 
Suite 203 
Rockville, MD 20852 



1 inl 1 i2 1 0202 

1 501) i.'i 8266 (FAX) 

Jerry Coleman |SD| 

WMA1 

noo lenlferSt. 
Washington, DC 20015 
(202)686-3100 
(202) 537-0009 (FAX) 

1 mi lir.uil |Mi 

WOl 

5900 Princess (iarden Parkway 
Lanham, MD 20706 
(410) 332-8200 
(Hoi 539-4550 (FAX) 
Butch McAdams [SD] 

WNST 

1550 Hart Rd. 
Baltimore, MD 21286 
( 110)821-9678 
(410)828-4698 [FAX] 
Nestor Aparicio |SD| 

WTOP 

3400 Idaho Vve m 
Washington. DC 20016 
(202) 895-50(60 

(202) 895-51 t9 (I \\> 
Dave Johnson |SA| 
Steve Dolge [SA] 

TV Outlets 
WBAL(NBC) 

3800 Hooper we 
Baltimore. MD 21212 
(410) 338-1-50 
(410) 338-6526 (FAX) 
Gerry Sanduskv [SA/SP] 
Mark Viviano |SA| 
Damon Andrews [SA] 

WBFF(FOV45) 

2000 W. 4lstSt. 
Baltimore, MD 21211 
(410) 461-5595 
(410) 467-5093 'FAX) 

Bruce Cunningham |SD] 
Steve Davis [SR| 
MikeWargo |SP| 
Jennifer Kraska |SP| 

WJZ(CBS) 

Television Hill 
Baltimore, MD 212 11 
(410) 5-S--522 
(410) 578-0642 (FAX) 
John Buren (SD| 
Chns Ely [SA] 
MikePupo [ESP] 

WMARIABC) 
6400 York Rd. 

Baltimore. MD 21212 
(410) 377-7558 
(410) 377-0493 (FAX) 
Scott Garceau [SD] 
Keith Mills [SA] 
John Curry [SR/SP] 

WISA(CBS) 

Hi 11 1 Wisconsin Vve xw 
Washington. DC 20008 
(202)895-5600 
(202) 363-6472 (EAX) 

Ken Broo [SD] 
Frank Herzog (SA] 



Ken Mease |s\| 
Charles Mann |s\| 
David Brodj li.si'l 

WJIA (ABC) 

3007 Tildcri Si \W 
Washington DC 20008 
(202)364-7726 
(202) 564 7789 (FAX) 
Rene Knott [SD] 
Mike Cairns ISA] 
Iraq Zullo [SA] 

Rich Cook |SA] 
Rich Daniel I ESP I 

WRC(NBC) 

1001 Nebraska toe xw 
Washington, DC 20016 

12021 885 H5! 

(202)885 1002 (FAX) 

George Michael [SD] 
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Darrian Chapman |S\| 
Jcfl Greenburg |ESP| 
Joe Schneher I ESP I 

WTTC ( Ft) VS ) 

5151 Wisconsin Ave. 
Washington. DC 20016 
(202J 805-5(120 

(202)895-3133 (FAX) 
Brett Haber |SA| 

chick Hernandez [SA] 

Joe Hasharoff |SP| 
Frank Cnsafulli |SP| 

WHAG 

15 K. Washinglon St. 
Hagerstown, MD21~40 
1 5111 1 797-4400 
(301)745 -4093 (FAX) 

Garnet Stevens |SD/SP I 

WMDT 

202 Downtown Plaza 
Salisbury, MD 21801 
nioi -iic c 

742-5767 (FAX) 

Brent Hams [SD] 
Rob Carlin [SA] 

Newschannel 8 
7608 I) Boston Blvd. 
Springfield, VA 22153 
(703)912-5395 

(-0.5)912-5529 1 1 \\l 

Ross McCallum |SD] 
Glenn Harris [SA] 
Joyce Jackson [SA] 
Kaye Lake [SA] 
Dave Weinberger |SP| 

Cable News 21 
(Montgomery County) 

"5 is Standish Place 
Rockville. MD 20855 
501) 294-2121 
(301) 294-7476 (EAX) 
BramWeinstein [SD] 

Cable News 15 
(Prince George's Countv 1 
9-1-5 Lottsford Rd . Ste 1 25 
Laro. MD 20—4 
(301) 586-7627 
(301) 522-0152 (EAX) 
Dave Goldman [SD] 



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Football Contacts 






Dave Haglund 

Associate A.D./Athletic Media Relations 

Kevin Messenger 

Associate Director, Athletic Media Relations 

Mailing Address 

University of Man, land 

11 12 Cole Field House 

College Park, MD 

20741-0295 

Important Telephone Numbers 

(301 ) 31-t- "064 — Media Relations Office 
(301) 31-1-9094 — Media Relations FAX 

(301) 405-7810 — Byrd Stadium Press Box 

(301) 314-7096 — Football Office 

(301) 314-TERP — Terrapin Fan Phone 

Athletics Web Site — www.umterps.com 

Actualities 

Broadcast quality sound bites from Coach Ron 
\anderlinden are available each week on the Maryland 
Sportsline. Call 301-441-222" for previews and recaps 
from each game. This service is updated even Monday 
and Thursday morning 

Credentials 

Requests for media and photo credentials should he faxed 
or mailed on official letterhead to the University of Mary- 
land Media Relations Office (FAX: 301-314-9094) at least 
one week prior to the event. Accommodations are on a 
priority basis: daily newspapers, originating radio and tele- 
vision stations, national weekly or monthly publications, 
electronic media outlets, local and regional television 
crews. Requests are accepted from spoils editors and sports 
directors only. Viben time permits, working credentials will 
be mailed. When this is not possible, they will be left at the 
Press Will Call entrance (Gate H ) at Bvrd Stadium. 




E-mail Service 

Football releases can be obtained electronically by con- 
tacting Kevin Messenger at kmess@wam.umd.edu. List 
TERP NEWS in the subject heading, and include the name 
of your media outlet and phone number in your mes- 
sage. (This is a media service only). 

Faxback Service 

University of Maryland football information, including 
releases, statistics, rosters and the most recent game sta- 
tistical summary, can be accessed 24 hours a day through 
the ACC faxback senice. 

ACC Faxback: 336-854-5859 

Mankind Release 51050 

Notes Only 51051 

Stats Only 51052 

Recent Boxscore 51053 

Schedule/Roster 51054 

Parking 

Game day press parking is located in the Fnion Lane 
Garage which is adjacent to Cole Field House and along 
Field House Drive. The parking garage is best accessed 
from the Stadium Drive entrance to campus. Access is 
via pass only and is available on a limited basis. 

Photography Regulations 

Photo passes will be issued only to accredited photogra- 
phers on assignment. Photographers should obtain an 
armband from the media relations assistant on the field 
below Section 28 to gain admittance to the field. I'nder 
NCAA and ACC rules, photographers are not allowed be- 
tween the 25-yard lines and must remain outside of the 
restraining lines surrounding the playing field. 

Player Interviews 

All player interviews must be arranged through Dave 
Haglund. Kevin Messenger or Kevin Foley. Players have 
been instructed not to participate in interviews unless 
they have been arranged through the Media Relations 
Office. Interviews will be conducted Monday through 
Thursday. No interviews will be allowed on Sunday or 
Friday. Player phone numbers will not be released, and 
members of the media are asked not to attempt to con- 
tact student-athletes on the telephone. Players are not 
available for live call-in radio shows. 

Postgame Interviews 

Head coach Ron Vanderlinden and selected players will 
be brought to the team meeting room on the second floor 
of the Gossett Football Team House for postgame inter- 
views. The team room is accessed through the fronl door 
of the 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 
coach and players will he coordinated by the Opponent 
SID staff. The interview area for the opponent coach is in 
the weigh! room of the Varsity Team House, located out- 
side of the stadium on the Opposite side of the field from 
the Tv sci lower Press Box. 





Media Relations S 



Dave Haglund 

Associate Athletic Director 

Athletic Media Relations 

Office: 301-314-7064 

Home: 301-879-2518 

E-Mail: haglund@wam.umd.edu 

Kevin Messenger 

.Associate Director 

Athletic Media Relations 

Office: 301-314-7066 

Home: 301-4~4-9555 

E-Mail: kmess@wam.umd.edu 

Stephanie Mociun 

Assistant Director 

Athletic Media Relations 

Office: 301-314-7063 

Home: 301 -84"- 1398 
E-Mail: smociun@wam.umd.edu 

Chuck Walsh 

Assistant Director 

Adiletic Media Relations 

Office: 301-314-7065 

Home: 301-890-9(vl 

E-Mail: w : aish@wam. umd.edu 

Jason Yellin 

Publications Coordinator/ 

Assistant Director 

Athletic Media Relations 

Office: 301-314--062 

Home: 301-464-9355 

E-Mail: jyellin@wam.umd.edu 

Jennifer Mason 

Media Relations Coordinator 

Athletic Media Relations 

Office: 301-314-7064 

Home:301-"6-ru2 

E-Mail: jamason@wam.11md.edu 

David O'Brian 

Staff Assistant 

Athletic Media Relations 

Office: 301-314-7068 

Home: 301-2(19-9295 

E-Mail: dobriand wam.umd.edu 









Student Assistants 

Kevin Foley, Stephen Hahn. Dan Rosso. Meredith 
iraber. Cherise Rhvns. Jason Zhang. Ben Kochanski 

Photographers 

Lisa llelfert. Devin Shieh 



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Directions to Byrd Stadium 

From Baltimore (and north): [-95 south to exil 25B, College 
I'ark/l ,S. Route l South \licr approximatel) one mile, lake a right- 
hand exil nil of I s I niiiii Route 193 West Go two traffic lights in 
Stadium Drive Make a left onto Stadium Drive Byrd Stadium is 
directly in front ol you. 

From itwi Urport I i l >> Wesl to I 95 South [ravel to exit 25B 
ami follow the above directions to Byrd Stadium. 

from Reagan National Airport: [-395 North until ii terminates 
ai New York We Make a right onto Nct York we. and exit at Man- 
land Route 295 North (Baltimore/Washington Parkway) Exit at 
Man land Route 193 West (Greenbelt Road) and follow straightfor 
three miles to Stadium Drive. 

from Washington/Richmond (and south): I OS North to c\il 
-iH. College Park/I .S. Route I South lake the above directions to 
Byrd Stadium. 

Front Dulles International Alport (and west): Dulles Toll Road 
to I (95 West. Take -t l )S West (Washington Beltway) lor approxi- 
mate!) 23 minutes to e\il 2sl) Take the above directions to Byrd 
Stadium 






edia schedu 
Sunday 

Updated offensive statistics posted on ACC faxback by noon (336-854-5859; code #51052) 
Updated preliminary notes/statistics posted on www.umterps.com by noon 

Monday 

Weekly release posted on ACC faxback by 10 a.m. (336-854-5859, #51050) 

Weekly release e-mailed by noon t. 

Weekly release posted on www.umterps.com by 4 p.m. 

Players available by appointment for electronic interviews 2-2:30 p.m. and following practice 

ACC players of the week announced 

Tuesday / 

Coach Ron Vanderlinden media luncheon, noon (Tyser Tower, Level II) I 

Selected player interviews following media luncheon (Tyser Tower, Level II) 
Coach Vanderlinden press conference quotes posted on www.umterps.com by 4 p.m. 
Players available by appointment for electronic interviews 2-2:30 p.m. and following practice 
Players may return phone calls to out-of-town media following practice (after 6:30 p.m.) 
Coach Vanderlinden available for brief post-practice interview 

Wednesday 

Coach Ron Vanderlinden on ACC teleconference (1 1:40 a.m.) 

ACC weekly satellite feed during the afternoon 

Players available by appointment for electronic interviews 2-2:30 p.m. and following practice 

Players may return phone calls to out-of-town media following practice (after 6:30 p.m.) 

Coach Vanderlinden available for brief post-practice interview 

Thursday 

Audio actualities with Coach Vanderlinden available by calling 301-441-2227 
Players available by appointment for electronic interviews 2-2:30 p.m. 
Coach Vanderlinden available for brief post-practice interview 



Practice Coverage 

Practices are open to the media with few exceptions. 
Media wishing to attend practice should contact the Me- 
dia Relations Office in advance. All members of the me- 
dia are asked to view practice from the sloped portion of 
the field (along Stadium Drive). Once the team goes into 
pads in the fall. T\ B-rol) and still photographers will he 
allowed to shoot warm-ups. stretching drills and the first 
two periods of practice. Team meetings before, during 
and after practice are private. Practices generally begin 
at 3:45 p.m. and conclude at 6 p.m The team does not 
practice on Sunday during the season 

Ron Vanderlinden Interviews 
Coach Ron Vanderlinden will be available to the media at 
his weekly Monday noon media luncheons, which are 
held on the second floor of the Tyser Tower Press Box. 
Coach Vanderlinden will also he available on the weekly 
ICC Teleconference (913-981-5507) held each Wednes- 
day. Coach Vanderlinden also will meet with interested 
media members on the field following each practice 

Press Box 

The press hox is located on the south side of Byrd Sta- 
dium in Tyser Tower \ccess to Levels 3 (print) and Level 
-i ( radio, television booths! is via elevators. 

Statistical Services 

Complete team and individual statistics by quarter; play - 
hy-play : and postgame notes and quotes will he provided 



to the working media. Scores of other college games are 
provided before, during and after the game. An internal 
PA system will provide updated statistics and notes 
throughout die game. 

Telephones 

A limited number of telephones are available in the Tyser 
Tower Press Box (culling card required). Anv additional 
telephone requests should be directed to Gary Parker. 
Asst. Director of Operations and Facilities, at 301-314- 
"12". List Dave Haglund or Kevin Messenger as the con- 
tact person for all installations. 

Terrapin Fanphone 

Information on Maryland athletics, including actualities 
with head coach Ron Vanderlinden. can be obtained by 
calling the Terrapin Fanphone at (301 ) 31-t-TERP. 

Video Services 

Highlights of Maryland home games not televised will be 
distributed via satellite. In addition, the Atlantic Coast 
Conference uplinks game highlights and selected inter- 
views from each ACC school on Wednesday afternoons 
during the season. 

Web Site 

All of Maryland's news releases and statistics, as well as 
other information pertaining to the athletic department, 
can he accessed via the World Wide Web at 
www.umterps.com. 





Where To Stay 

Inn & Conference Center 301-985-7310 

Greenbelt Marrion 301-441-3700 

Best Western Maryland Inn 301-474-2800 

Greenbelt Holiday Inn 301-982-"000 

College Park Holiday Inn 301-345-6700 

College Park Comfort Suites 301-441-8110 

Courtyard by Marriott 301-441-3311 

Comfort Inn 301-441-8110 

Quality Inn 301-86-1-5820 

Days Inn 301-345-5000 

Calverton Holiday Inn 301-474-0894 

Where To Eat 

94th Aero Squadron 301-699-9400 

Applebee's 301-927-8787 

Bennigan's 301-982-9780 

China Buffet 301-982-6600 

Chefs Secret 301-345-6101 

Ledo's 301-422-8622 

New York Deli 301-345-0366 

R.J. Bemley's 301-277-8898 

Santa Fe Cafe 301-779-1345 

Sir Walter Raleigh Inns 301474-6500 

TGI Friday's 301-345-2503 

Local Taxi Cabs 

Beltway Cab Co 3O1-270-22O0 

Blue Bird & Yellow Cab Co 301-86-1 —00 

North America LTD 301-562-9500 

PG Count; Cab Co 301-423- 1212 

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GUIDE INDEX 

Academic Support & Career Development Unit -1 ' 

Ail-Americans & Academic All-Americans 180 

Alumni, University of Maryland 206 

Athletic Director, Deborah A. Yow 209 

Atlantic Coast Conference 90 

Awards & Honors, Maryland Recipients 182 

Schedule, 1999 87 

Standings & Statistics, 1998 91 

Awards, Annual Maryland Team 186 

Bowl Cames, Maryland Results & Capsules 142 

Bowl Championship Series 88 

Records 148 

Byrd Stadium 220 

Attendance Records 173 

Coaching Staff and Football Support Staff 12 

Coaches, All-Tune History & Records 114 

Depth Chart, 1999 33 

Directory, Maryland Athletic Staff& Coaches 218 

Game-by-Game Results, All-Time 115 

Series Records 122 

Gossett Team House 222 

Hall of Fame, Colleges NFL 184 

Last Time 176 

Lettermen, All-Time 127 

Maryland Athletics, Administration, Staffs Facilities 209 

Man land Athletics, 1998-99 Year in Review 208 

Major Gift Fundraising S M Club 217 

Media Relations Information 225 

Medical Staff 214 

Opponents, 1999 76 

Outlook, 1999 28 

Player Biographies. Returning Players 42 

Player Biographies, New Players 70 

President, Dr. CD. Mote, Jr. 207 

Pro Football, Terps in the Pros 190 

Pronunciation Guide 35 

Quarterback Legacy 198 

Radio Network 224 

Rankings & Polls, All-Time 126 

Nationally-Ranked Teams 134 

Records, Annual Records & Finishes 112 

All-Time Composite Won-Loss Records 113 

Attendance 173 

Bowl Records. .Ail-Time 148 

Coaching Records & History 1 1-i 

Individual, All-Time 150 

Team, All-Time 172 

Review, 1998 Season 96 

Roster Information 34 

Schedule, 1999 1 

Sears Directors' Cup 209 

Statistics, ACCTeam & Individual, 1998 92 

Maryland TeamS Individual, 1998 99 

Year-bv -Year Team Statistics 174 

Strength S Conditioning 215 

Terrapin Club 216 

Travel Itinerary, 1999 88 

I niversitv of Maryland 202 

Walk i his at Maryland 40 



QUICK FACTS 

General 

Name of School Maryland (University of Maryland) 

City, Zip College Park, Md. 20742 

Founded 180 7 

Enrollment 33.006 

Nickname Terrapins. Terps 

School Colors Red, White, Black, Gold 

Stadium Byrd Stadium 

Capacity 48,055 

Surface Natural Grass 

Affiliation NCAA Division I -A 

Conference Atlantic Coast Conference 

President Dr. CD. Mote, Jr. (California '59) 

Athletic Director Deborah A. Yow (Elon 74) 

Football History 

First year of football 1892 

All-time record 526-473-43 (525/1,042 games) 

All-time bowl/playoff record 6-9-2 

Years in postseason 17 (1947-49-51-53-55-73-74-75-76-77-78-80-82-83-84-85-90) 

Last postseason appearance tied La. Tech, 34-34 (Independence Bowl, 12-15-90) 

Football Coaching Staff 

Head Coach Ron Vanderlinden (Albion 78) 

Record at school (years) 5-17 (2) 

Career record (years) same 

Football office phone 301-314-7096 

Best time to reach coach Through SID 

Weekly Press Conf ... Tuesdays during season. Noon at Tyser Tower II (Byrd press box) 
Assistant Coaches 

Defensive Coordinator/Inside Linebackers Wallv Ake (William & Man 72) 

Offensive Coordinator/Tackles S Tight Ends Bob Heffner (Temple 79) 

Defensive Line Levern Belin (Wake Forest '91) 

Wide Receivers Mike Gundy (Oklahoma State '90) 

Quarterbacks Craig Johnson (Wyoming '83) 

Running Backs/Recruiting Coord Mike Locksley (Tovvson '92) 

Defensive Backs Doug Mallon (Michigan '88) 

Outside Linebackers Danny Rocco (Wake Forest '84) 

Offensive Centers S Guards Elliot L'zelac (W. Michigan '64) 

Director of Football Operations Matt Hachmann (St Thomas, Minn '93) 

Strength S Conditioning Coach Dwight Gait (Maryland '81) 

Director of Video Services Todd Hohin (Cortland State '8") 

Assistant Recruiting Coordinator Tom Deahn (Heidelberg '87) 

Graduate Assistant John Dignan (Michigan State '93) 

Graduate Assistant .Andrew Hoffman (John Carroll '90) 

Athletic Trainer Sandy Worth (Mankind 73) 

Team Information 

1998 overall record 3-8 

1998 conference record/finish 1-7 /T8lh 

Basic offense Multiple 

Basic defense Multiple 

Letterwinners returning Offense: 16 Defense: 15 Specialty: 2 Total: 33 

Letter-winners lost Offense: 7 Defense: 9 Specialty: 3 Total: 19 

Starters returning Offense: 10 Defense: 6 Specialty: 1 Total: I" 

Media Relations Information See pages 226-22' 



1999 Football Media Guide Credits 



Hie 1999 1 Qhreratt) 'if Maryland Football Media Guide was published by the Maryland athletic media relations 
office with the intent in mtvc all media and followers of terrapin football Additional copies maj be purchased for 
Sl^. Mail orders should Include $3 for postage and handling. 

Tin- guide was written and edited In Dave Haglund, associate athletic director for media relations, and Kevin 
Messenger associate media relations director Layout and design bj [ason Yellin, publications coordinator and 
assistant media relations director 

Research assistance by Stephen Halm Editornl assistance bj Kevin Foley Ken Kochanski, Matthew Levy, 
Jennifer Mason, Daud o [Irian. David Peterson and fason Zhang Photograph) by Hark Clem, John ConsoU, Lisa 
iirliert, Devin Shleh, Bill Welch and Dave Yobiick Cover photos in Helfen (Jermalne \rr1ngton), SbJeh (Brad 

Messina and |nlm tt aerial and Welch (Delherl Cowselle, Rcnartl COX, Peter Timmins, Ron Vanderlinden and 

Jamie Wu) Covei design bj |ohn Schafihauser 

Hunks are extended to all iCCand opponent sports Information offli es, the NFl and all members ol past sports 



information staffs thai have assisted in compiling information that is integral to tins guide taj corrections or 
additions to the media guide are welcome and should he directed, in writing, to Dave iiacjundor Kevin Messenger 

The I niversity oj Mankind is an equal 'opportunity institution with respect to both education and 'employ- 
ment. The university does not discriminate on the bests of race, color, origin, sex or haiuliaip in admission 
or access to. or treatment or employment in its programs and activities as required by federal I title 1/ title 
IX Sectum 304) and state Ian s and regulations lut/iunes regarding compliance tilth title M oj the Civil 

Rights Act oj 1964 as amended, TIUeBtqftbe 1972 Educational Amendment, Section 504 of tbo Rehabilita- 
tion Act 0/1973, or related legal requirements should lie directed to the Office of Human Relations !to~ 
Itornhakc lihran. I niversitv of Maryland, (allege I'ark-. Md 20742 telephone 301 W5-283S Inquiries 

concerning the application oj Section $04 and Part 34 oj the G.RR to the i niversity oj Man land i bflsgv 

Park, may he directed tO the Director. Disabled Student Servh c.v of JO Shoemaker Hall, t niversitv <■/ Man 

land, College Park, tid. 20742 telephone— 301-314 7862 (voice) ot \01 V4 7683(1TY) 



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1999 Schedule 

Sept. 2 at Temple 

Sept. 11 WESTERN CAROLINA 

Sept. 18 WEST VIRGINIA 

Sept. 30 at Georgia Tech^j 

■ Oct. 9 at Wake Forest < 

Oct. 16 CLEMSON ' ( X 

Oct. 23 NORTH CAROLINA 

Oct. 30 DUKE 

Nov. 6 at North Carolina St. 

Nov. 13 at Florida St. 

NOV. 20 VIRGINIA 

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