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SCHEDULE 

Sat Sept 9 TEMPLE 1 

Sat Sept 16 at West Virginia 

Sat Sept 23 MIDDLE TENNESSEE ST. ? 

Thu Sept 28 FLORIDA STATE (ESPN) { 

Sat Oct 7 * at Virginia 

Sat Oct 14 atClemson 

Sat Oct 21 "WAKE FOREST 2 

Sat Oct 28 * at Duke 

Sat Nov. 4 NC STATE 3 

Nov. 11 "at North Carolina 

Nov. 18 * GEORI 

Home games in BOLD CAPS at Byrd Stadium; '-Indicates ACC game; 
1-Fireworks/Band Night; 2-Homecoming Letterwinners Day 
3-Family Weekend: All dates and times subject to change 



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

We create an environment that 
teaches young men to: 

► 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. 

► Appreciate and embrace 
cultural diversity. 

|^ Grow and develop as leaders, as 
students, and as individuals. 

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

► Strive to seek excellence in 
everything we do. 



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here is no better place to be than the University of 
Maryland, College Park. As Washingtonian magazine 
noted, ". . .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 country. For instance, in the 
latest U.S. News & World Report rankings, University of 
Maryland ranked 22nd among national public universities. 
Among graduate schools, the Clark School of Engineering tied 
for 17th nationally; the Robert H. Smith School of Business 
graduate program ranked 26th; the computer science Ph.D 
program in the College of Computer, Mathematical and 
Physical Sciences ranked 11th; the College of 
Education ranked 22nd; and the 
College of Library and Information 
Services ranked 14th. The College of 
Business also has been named one of the 
country's top business schools for entre- 
preneurs by Success magazine. 

High tech, engineering, and service indus- 
tries 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 human- 
ities, a small town atmosphere or a metropolitan 
feel, the University of Maryland offers a wide range 
of educational and cultural opportunities. 

There truly is no better place to be than the University of 
Maryland, College Park. 





The latest rankings of University of Maryland graduate 
programs, published by U.S. News & World Report in 2000: 

Counseling/Personnel Services l 

Chaos and Nonlinear Dynamics 1 

Archives and Preservation 2 

Computer Databases 4 

Industrial/Organizational Psychology 5 

Health Librarianship 6 

Computer Software 8 

Criminal Justice Policy 9 

Artificial Intelligence 9 

Management Information Systems 9 

Environmental Policy 10 

Information Systems (Library) 10 

Special Education 10 

Computer Science 11 

Public Finance 11 

African-American Literature 12 

Educational Psychology 13 

Aerospace Engineering 14 

Library Science (College) 14 

Physics 14 

Cultural History 15 

Public Policy Analysis 16 

Engineering (College) 17 

Higher Education Administration 17 

Public Finance & Budget 18 

Education — Social/Philosophical 19 

Social Policy 19 

Creative Writing 20 

Curriculum & Instruction 21 

Education Administration/Supervision 21 

Mathematics 21 

Education 23 

Economics 24 

Sociology 24 

History 28 

Political Science 29 

Music 30 

English 33 

Business (College) 34 

Psychology 47 

Note: 1998 or 1999 rankings shown if more recent one not available. 




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City lights, history, sparkling waterfronts, monumental 
landscapes. Jazz, film festivals, marches and demonstra- 
tions. Shopping, professional sports, regattas on the 
Chesapeake Bay. Not just one city, but three. Not just 
any city, but the nation's capital, a major port city, and the state 
capital of Maryland. 

It's all here beyond the University of Maryland campus. 

WASHINGTON, D.C. 

The nation's 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 navigating the greater 
Washington, D.C, area easy. Campus shuttle buses serve the 
College Park Metro station, allowing easy access to one of the 
country's model transportation systems. 

BALTIMORE 

The 12th largest city in the United States is often referred to as 
the "Charm City." Located 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. 

ANNAPOLIS 

The state capital of Maryland lies just 30 miles east of the 
University of Maryland. Long called the "sailing capital of the 
United States," Annapolis is located at the mouth of the Severn 
River on the Chesapeake Bay. The historic downtown area is 
known for its wonderful eating and shopping opportunities. 
There are few places in the world that rival the Chesapeake Bay 
area for its appealing qualities. 



CAMPUS NEIGHBORS 



Arlington National Cemetery 

FDR Memorial 

Federal Bureau of Investigation 

Ford's Theatre 

Frederick Douglas Museum 

Jefferson Memorial 

John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts 

Library of Congress 

Lincoln Memorial 

MCI Center 

National Aquarium 

National Archives 

National Gallery of Art 

National Mall 

National Zoo 

Oriole Park at Camden Yards 

Pentagon 

Smithsonian Institution 

Supreme Court of the United States 

U.S. Capitol 

Union Station 

Vietnam Veterans Memorial 

Washington Monument 

Washington National Cathedral 

White House 




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Did You KnowP 

^ Playing for the Terps means competing in the nation's fourth- 
largest media market. 

► 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. Johnny Holliday, one of the top 
announcers in college football, is in his 22nd year as voice of 
the Terps. 

^> 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 Jefferson Pilot 
Sports combining for more than 200 telecasts. 

^ The Atlantic Coast Conference was cleared on more than 295 
radio stations during the 1999 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. ESPN will televise this year's Sept. 
28 contest from Byrd vs. Florida State. 

^ 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. 



^- ACC football is featured weekly during the season on "ACC Live,' 
a half-hour television show shown on FOX Sports Net. 



^ The weekly Ron Vanderlinden Show has aired on such regional 
cable outlets as HTS, Comcast, Fox Sports South, Empire and the 
Sunshine Network. 





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Beginning with Maryland's first-ever NFL draft pick in 19 1 
and continuing in 2000 with Frank Wycheck's lateral in 
the "Music City Miracle," the Terrapins have fashioned an 
impressive tradition in the National Football League. 
Names like Scarbath, Jones, Nolan, White, Avellini, Esiason, 
Shiner, O'Donnell, Collins, Neherniah, Lewis, Glover, Atkinson and 
Mike-Mayer have dotted NFL rosters over the years. In all, more 
than 140 Terrapins have gone on to play professionally following 
their Maryland careers. 

Did You Know? 

^ Maryland has been credited with 174 National Football League 
draft choices since 1937, fourth most among ACC schools. 

^ There have been 142 players go on to NFL careers after 
competing at the University of Maryland. 

^ Twelve Terrapins have been taken in the first round of the NFL 
draft, including a pair of No. 2 selections in quarterback Jack 
Scarbath (1953) and defensive lineman Randy White (1975). 

^ Two Terps were selected in the 2000 draft: cornerback Lewis 
Sanders (Cleveland Browns) and defensive tackle Delbert 
Cowsette (Washington Redskins). 

^ Four former Terrapin quarterbacks have appeared in the Super 
Bowl: Boomer Esiason (1988), Frank Reich (1990-93), Neil 
O'Donnell (1995, 2000) and Scott Zolak (1996). 

^ Seventeen former Terrapins were on NFL rosters at the 
conclusion of the 1999 season. 

^ Three former Maryland head coaches (Bobby Ross, Lou Saban 
and Clark Shaughnessy) and three former Maryland players 
(Dick Modzelewski, Dick Nolan and Ron Waller) have gone on 
to serve as head coaches in the NFL. 

^ Former Dallas Cowboy Randy White made eight Pro Bowl 
appearances during his career, among the most in NFL 
history. White was co-MVP of Super Bowl XII and was later 
inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. 



FORMER TERPS ON 99 NFL ROSTERS 



Eric Barton, LB Oakland 

J.B. Brown, DB Detroit 

Cliff Crosby, DB St. Louis 

Kevin Glover, C Seattle 

Eric Hicks, DE Kansas City 

Steve Ingram, OT Jacksonville 

Clarence Jones, OT Carolina 

Mike Kiselak, OG Dallas 

Jermaine Lewis, WR Baltimore 

Scott Milanovich, QB Tampa Bay 

Neil O'Donnell, QB Tennessee 

Eric Ogbogu, DE New York Jets 

Kendall Ogle, LB Cleveland 

Chad Scott, DB Pittsburgh 

Ratcliff Thomas, LB Indianapolis 

Al Wallace, DE Philadelphia 

Larry Webster, DT Baltimore 

Frank Wycheck, TE Tern 

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Maryland QBs in the Super Bowl 



Boomer Esiason 

Super Bowl XXIII Cincinnati (1988) 

Frank Reich 

Super Bowls XXV-XXVIII Buffalo 
(1990-93) 

Neil O'Donnell 

Super Bowl XXX Pittsburgh (1995) 
Super Bowl XXXIV Tennessee \ 
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Super Bowl XXXI New England 
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ver the years Maryland has carved a well-ran 
Quarterback U, producing no less than 13 players who have g 
on to play the position in the National Football League. H( 
brief look at some of the Terps' most celebrated signal-W 



Jack Scarbath (1950-52) - Maryland's split T quarterback was runn 
to Billy Vessels for the Heisman Trophy and was a unanimous All-America 
selection in 1952. Named Sport magazine's "Sportsman of the Year," 
Scarbath was a unanimous All-South selection and the Southern Conference 
Player of the Year. In three seasons, the Terps were 24-4-1 with Scarbath as 
QB, including 10-0 in 1951. He went on to become Maryland's second first- 
round draft pick, going to Washington in 1953. 

Dick Shiner (1961-63) — An honorable mention All-American selection in 
1962, Shiner was a three-year starter for the Terps. He was a two-time first 
team All-ACC choice who helped lead the Terps to a 21-17 win over Penn 
State in just his seventh game as the signal-caller. He was later drafted by 
the Washington Redskins and went on to play 11 years in the NFL. 
Bob Avellini (1972-74) - In his first start as a sophomore, he showed a 
glimpse of things to come, setting school marks for total offense (312 
yards) and passing yards (314) while completing 21 of 31 passes in a game 
vs. Duke. He still ranks among the most accurate passers in school history, 
completing 58.6 percent of his passes for 3,222 yards. A sixth-round draft 
choice of the Chicago Bears in 1975, he went on to have a 10-year NFL 
career. 

Boomer Esiason (1981-83) - He was a two-time All-American who set 17 
school records and led the Terps to the ACC championship in 1983 and a 
berth in the Tangerine Bowl. Arguably the most prolific left-handed quar- 
terback in NFL history, Esiason was a four-time Pro Bowl selection and spent 
14 seasons in pro football. In 1988, he was named the league's MVP and led 
his Cincinnati Bengals to Super Bowl XXIII against the San Francisco 49ers. 
Frank Reich (1983-84) - Best known for leading the Buffalo Bills back 
from a 32-point deficit in the 1992 NFL playoffs against Houston, he also 
commanded the greatest comeback in the college game as well. On Nov. 10, 
1984, Reich replaced Stan Gelbaugh at halftime against No. 6 Miami (Fla.) 
down 31-0. Thirty minutes later, Maryland pulled off the miracle upset, 42- 
40, preserving its run for a second consecutive ACC title. He finished the sea- 
son as one of the top-rated passers in the country. He was drafted in the 
third round of the 1985 draft by Buffalo and appeared in four Super Bowls. 
Stan Gelbaugh (1984-85) - He played behind Boomer Esiason and Frank 
Reich before moving into the Terps' starting lineup in 1984 when Reich 
went down with a shoutder injury. Gelbaugh stepped in to lead Maryland to 
four wins and a narrow one-point loss on the road to Penn State. The fol- 
lowing season, the anticipation of Gelbaugh's return brought the Terps a 
preseason No. 1 ranking by Sport magazine. The Terps went on to win the 
ACC title and a Cherry Bowl championship in '85. He served a pair of NFL 
clubs, the Buffalo Bills and Seattle Seahawks. 

Neil O'DonneH (1987-89) - A two-year starter for the Terps, he ended his 
career in the No. 2 spot on most major Maryland passing charts. Drafted by 
the Pittsburgh Steelers in 1990, he became the team's franchise player dur- 
ing 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'DonneH continued his career with the New York Jets, Cincinnati Bengals 
and Tennessee Titans. 

Scott Zolak (1989-90) - Despite starting just one season for the Terps, 
he finished his collegiate career among Terp leaders in passing yards 
(3,124) and completions (270). His 2,589 passing yards in 199: 
the second-highest single-season total in school history anc 
him honorable mention All-America recognition from Fc 
taken in the fourth round of the 1991 NFL draft by t- 
SCOtt MHanrjtflCh (1993-95) - He left campus 
rated Terrapin QB's ever. In fact, Milanovich still ov. 
Maryland passing records, including career standa 
(7,301), touchdowns (49) and completions (6 
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Stadium hab a 

which can only be realized by 
becoming part of the event. The 
pageantry which encompasses a Saturday in 
the Park and a Terrapin football game are 
unmatched in the Atlantic Coast Conference. 
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 campus only enhances the 
spirit surrounding a football game at Byrd 
Stadium. The revelry on campus and around 
the stadium has become legendary. 

The University of Maryland Marching Band, 
under the direction of Dr. L. Richmond 
Sparks, can be seen and heard all over 
campus during the week as well as at every 
home game. The 250-member band covers 
miles of gridiron, performs pages of music, 
and entertains thousands of Terrapin fans 
annually. 

Maryland Alma Mater 

Hail Alma Mater! 

Hail to thee, Maryland! 

Steadfast in loyalty, 

For thee we stand. 

Love for the black and gold. 

Deep in our hearts we hold, 

Singing thy praise forever 

Throughout the land. 

Maryland Victory Song 

Maryland, we're all behind you. 

Wave high the black and gold, 

For there is nothing half so glorious 

As to see our men victorious. 

We've got the team, boys, 

We've got the steam, boys, 

So keep on fighting, don 't give in! 

M-A-R-Y-L-A-N-D 

Maryland will win. 





Conferencaof Champions 




ACC Bowl Arrangements 

The ACC's bowl arrangements for the 2000 season: 

Honolulu, Hawaii 
Miami, Fla. 
Atlanta, Ga. 
Jacksonville, Fla. 
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Decade of Success 

In the decade of the '90s, the ACC posted the 
second-best bowL record of any Division I-A 
conference for conferences with at least 20 
appearances. The ACC is 24-21-1 in postseason 
play, a .533 winning percentage and second 
only to the SEC's 34-24 mark (.586). 



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Big Ten 


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Big 12 


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Big East 


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Pacific-10 


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Conference has long enjoyed the reputatior 
the strongest and most competitive interco 
conferences in the nation. And that is not 
conjecture, the numbers support it. 



^- ACC teams have won five national titles since 1953, 
including three in the decade of the '90s. 

^ The ACC had five teams play in post-season bowl games 
for the second year in a row. 

^ The ACC is the nation's winningest bowl conference 
with an 83-73-5 mark. 

^ The ACC was the second winningest bowl conference in 
the decade of the '90s with a 24-21-1 record. 

!► The ACC is the only conference to have each of its 
teams play in a bowl game in the decade of the '90s. 

^ The ACC had six consensus All-Americans in 1999, 
including two unanimous selections. 

^ The ACC has had 17 consensus All-Americans over the 
past three years, more than any other conference. 

^ The ACC had 14 players earn All-America honors in 
1999, including 10 first team selections. 

^ In 1999, the ACC produced eight freshman All- 
Americans. 

^ The ACC is 14-9 against non-league ranked teams over 
the past two years. 

^ The ACC had the nation's third-best non-conference 
winning percentage in the decade of the '90s. 

^ Four ACC players were taken in the first round of the 
2000 NFL draft, giving the league more first round 
draft choices in the last four years (23) than any other 
conference in the country except the SEC. 

^ For the ninth straight year, ACC football teams drew 
more than 2.2 million fans in 1999. Over 51 home and 
neutral site dates, the nine ACC schools attracted 
2,355,996 fans while averaging 46,196 per game, the 
second-highest total in league history. 

ACC No. 1 Bowl Conference 

The ACC is the all-time winningest conference in the nation in 
terms of bowl success. The nine current ACC teams are a 
combined 81-70-5 (.535) in bowl game play. 



Conference 

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Pacific-10 
Big Ten 
Southeastern 
Conference USA 
Mid-American 
Big 12 
Big East 

Western Athletic 
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91-85-3 

148-139-13 

25-25-2 

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From Walk-Ons to Cover 

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gram are walk-on players. Walk- 
on players not only make a dif- 
ference 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 
atTowson State in 1993 and 1994, 
Scott chose to walk on at 

Maryland, uninvited. By the 
close of his first semester on 
campus, Scott was awarded 
a scholarship and he 
became a Terrapin co-cap- 
I tain for his senior year in 
1996. The rest, as they 
say, is history. Scott was a 
first round pick in the 1997 
NFL draft and, now, is chasing 
defenders and intercepting 
passes for the Pittsburgh 
Steelers. 

Chad Scott exemplifies the 
ultimate walk-on portfolio. 
However, every season at 
the University of Maryland, 
there are walk-on players 
[ who find their niche and 
contribute greatly to the 
Terrapin program. With 
recent scholarship 
reductions, walk-on 
players have become a 
vital component to the 
rebuilding of Maryland foot- 
ball fortunes. 

Another example is receiver 
Jermaine Arlington who 
walked on and was 
the Terps' leading 
wide receiver in 
1998. The former 
track star signed an 
NFL free agent contract 
with the San Francisco 
49ers following the 
1999 season. Arlington 
is one of several Maryland 
players who attended as 
walk-ons, with the oppor- 
tunity to make a differ- 
ence. Among a few of the 
notables found on the Terps' 
preseason depth chart are 
tailback Mukala Sikyala, line- 
backer Monte Graves, wide 
receiver Oaryl Whitmer, and 
two-year starting long-snapper 
Scott Rudolph, all of whom fig- 
ure to make important contribu- 
tions in 2000. 







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Terp Tidbits 

► Year No. 3 of the 
Vanderlinden Era saw the 
Terps lead the ACC in 
rushing while holding 
opponents to an ACC low 11 
sacks. 

► Eight assistant coaches, 
counting strength coach 
and video coordinator, 
have been on the Maryland 
staff for a minimum three 
seasons. 

► Members of Maryland's 
coaching staff have 
combined to play or coach 
in more than 40 
postseason bowl games. 



Ron Vanderlinden 20 

Wally Ake 23 

Bob Heffner 24 

Mike Gundy 25 

Levern Belin 26 

James Franklin 27 

Mike Locksley 28 

Doug Mallory 29 

Mike Mallory 30 

Elliot Uzelac 31 

Tom Deahn 32 

DwightGalt 32 

Todd Hobin 33 

Jaime Elizondo 33 

Graduate Assistants 33 

Support Staff 34 



MA R Y LA N D F0 f% A L 



Ron Vanderlinden 



Head 
Coach 



Ron Vanderlinden, who was brought in to 
revive Maryland's football program because of his 
hands-on experience in two previous highly suc- 
cessful reclamation projects, knows the telltale signs 
of improvement when he sees them. 

And those signs 
— both on the field 
and off — are clearly 
evident to the 44- 
year-old Terrapin 
head coach as he 
enters year No. 4 of 
his rebuilding phase. 
Just last season, 
the Terps came 
within one first 
down of reaching a 
bowl game for the 
first time since 1990, posting as many wins in 1999 
(5) as they had in the previous two seasons. Mary- 






The Vanderlinden family (clockwise from bottom left): Lisa, Reid, Chelsea and Ron. 



land, which received votes in national polls for seven 
consecutive weeks, had one of the nation's premier 
offensive performers in running back LaMont Jor- 
dan, who spearheaded an offense that posted the 
lOth-highest scoring average in school history and 
ranked No. 1 in the Atlantic Coast Conference in 
rushing just three seasons removed from a dead- 
last finish in that category. The Terps had three 
first team All-ACC selections (the most since 1986) 
and five players earned All-America citations of one 
kind or another. 

With 15 returning starters — seven on of- 
fense, six on defense, and both kicking specialists 
— among 40 returning lettermen, all signs point 
toward continued improvement for the Terrapin foot- 
ball program under Vanderlinden's leadership. 

The challenge facing Vanderlinden when he 
took over as Maryland's 33rd head coach in Decem- 
ber 1996 loomed large. The Terps had posted just 
two winning seasons in the previous 11 years and 
had finished no higher than fourth place in the ACC 
during that stretch. Moreover, he inherited a ros- 
ter that, at least offensively, was built around the 
run-and-shoot. 

It all added up to a major reconstruction 
project for Vanderlinden, who was selected to the 
post primarily for his previous experience in help- 
ing to revive dormant programs at Colorado and 
Northwestern. 

"I absolutely think Maryland should be 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 sta- 
dium, a supportive administration committed to 



winning, and a large fan base with enthusiastic 
boosters. These are the essential ingredients nec- 
essary for success." 

Since arriving in College Park, Vanderlinden 
has been tireless in his efforts to awaken the Terra- 
pins' grid fortunes, focusing on his twin goals of 
"graduating all of our players and winning the [con- 
ference] championship." 

Those were similar goals during his days at 
Northwestern, 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 sea- 
son in more than 20 years — was transformed into 
a two-time Big Ten Conference champion and Rose 
Bowl participant. The Wildcats won five league 
games in the first three seasons, but then went 15- 
1 in conference play on the way to capturing con- 
secutive Big Ten titles in 1995 and '96. Northwest- 
ern played USC in the 1996 Rose Bowl and Tennes- 
see in the 1997 Citrus Bowl. 

At Northwestern, Vanderlinden was the chief 
architect of a defensive unit that in 1995 finished 
first nationally in scoring defense (17.2 ppg) and 
third nationally in turnover margin (+1.82 pg). In 
'96, the Wildcats finished 19th nationally in turn- 
over margin. In addition to heading up 
Northwestern's defensive efforts, Vanderlinden over- 
saw the inside linebackers and punt return unit. 
The Wildcats were among the nation's top 10 punt 
return teams three times, finishing first in '92, fourth 
in '93 and ninth in '95. 

During his tenure at Northwestern, 
Vanderlinden recruited and coached several of the 
most outstanding players in school history. Under 



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In Ron Vanderlinden's three seasons, 80 percent of his seniors have graduated or are dose to 
earning their degrees, including (from left) Frank Mentzei, Jamie Wu and Peter Timmins. 



his guidance, Northwestem's Pat Fitzgerald was the 
1995 and '96 Big Ten Defensive Player of the Year 
and a two-time All-American. Fitzgerald also was 
named the Chuck Bednarik and Bronko Nagurski 
national defensive player of the year in '95, as well 
as the national defensive player of the year by 
Chevrolet and Sports Illustrated. 

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

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

In addition to his responsibilities coaching 
the defensive line, Vanderlinden also served as the 
Buffaloes' recruiting coordinator for two years 
(1985-86). While at CU, he coached three All-Ameri- 
cans and five first team All-Big Eight selections. 
From 1985-91, Colorado's defensive unit was con- 
sidered among the best in the country, ranking No. 
10 for fewest touchdowns allowed, 11th in fewest 
points allowed and 18th in total defense. 

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

"Ron won unanimous support of our selec- 
tion committee, and that was great because he was 
always my top choice," said Yow. "Everyone has said 
that he is a dynamic coach, that he is knowledge- 
able, a relentless 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 credentials, he was an early front 
runner." 

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



Personal 

Date of Birth 
Hometown ... 

Alma Mater 

Year at Maryland 

AS A PlAVER 

Atbion College 

1974-77 Football (center). Baseball 

As a Collegiate Assistant 

Northwestern 

Assistant 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 2-9 

1998 3-8 

1999 5-6 



bowls. 

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



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

Vanderlinden earned his bachelor's degree 
from Albion (Mich.) College in 1978. A four-year 
starter at center, he was a two-time first team all- 
conference selection, earning the honor as a junior 
and senior, when Albion posted undefeated sea- 
sons. 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 born to 
Pete and the late Mary Vanderlinden. Pete was one 
of 14 children born to Belgian immigrants of Dutch 
descent. 




Ron Vanderlinden threw out the first pitch at 
Oriole Pork at Camden Yards on June 9, 2000 as 
the Orioles took on the Phillies. 



Terp Progress Under Vandy 

In 1999, Terps came within one first down of reaching first bowl game since 1990. 
• Maryland had as many wins in 1999 as the previous two years combined. 
Terps led ACC in rushing offense in '99 after finishing last in 1997. 
Maryland allowed ACC-low 11 sacks in 1999, down from 56 in 1997. 

In first three seasons, Maryland jumped 57 spots in NCAA total offense rankings (from 111th to 54th) 
and 46 spots in NCAA scoring defense rankings (from 92nd to 46th). 
Terps had three first team All-ACC selections in 1999, most at Maryland in 13 years. 
Maryland's scoring average in 1999 was best in seven seasons and lOth-best in school history. 
'99 Terps finished 11th nationally in turnover margin, a rise of 56 spots from 1998 (67th). 
In 1998, Maryland was among the NCAA's most improved programs in rushing, total defense, scoring 
defense and passing defense. 






Northwestern's Meteoric Rise To National Prominence 


Year 


Overall Big Ten 


Bowl 


Final National Rank 


1992 


3-8 3-5 


— 


— 


1993 


2-9 0-8 


— 


— 


1994 


3-7-1 2-6 


— 


— 


1995 


10-2 8-0 (1st) 


Rose 


8 AP 


1996 


9-3 7-1 (T-lst) 


Citrus 


15 AP 




Colorado's Meteoric Rise To National Prominence 


Year 


Overall Big 8 


Bowl 


Final National Rank 


1983 


4-7 2-5 


— 


— 


1984 


1-10 1-6 


— 


— 


1985 


7-5 4-3 (T-3rd) 


Freedom 


— 


1986 


6-6 6-1 (2nd) 


Bluebonnet 


— 


1987 


7-4 4-3 


— 


— 


1988 


8-4 4-3 


Freedom 


— 


1989 


11-1 7-0 (1st) 


Orange 


4 AP 


1990 


11-1-1 7-0 (1st) 


Orange 


National champion 


1991 


8-3-1 6-0-1 (T-lst) 


Blockbuster 


20 AP 



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Defensive Coordinator/ 
Ootside Linebackers 

Wally Ake, who has overseen significant climbs 
by the Terrapin defense in national statistical rankings 
since 1997, is in his fourth year as Maryland's defen- 
sive coordinator. He also is responsible for the Terps' 
outside linebackers. 

In his three 
years leading the 
Terps' defensive effort, 
Maryland has jumped 
46 spots in scoring de- 
fense, 34 spots in 
rushing defense and 
25 spots in total de- 
fense. Last year's team 
recorded a pair of 
shutouts in a single 
season for the first 
time in nearly two de- 
cades. A pair of Terp standouts - defensive tackle 
Oelbert Cowsette and cornerback Lewis Sanders - earned 
first team All-ACC honors, marking the first time since 
1986 Maryland had as many as two first team All-ACC 
selections on the defensive side of the ball. 

Maryland's inside linebackers have been among 
the ACC's tackle leaders both years under Ake's guid- 
ance. Last year, Marlon Moore finished second in the 
ACC in average tackles per game; two seasons ago, Kendall 
Ogle and Eric Barton finished 2-3 in the conference tackle 
race and went on to be drafted into the NFL. 

In 1998, Maryland had the nation's 12th most- 
improved team in terms of total defense, according to 
final NCAA statistical rankings. Maryland ranked 53rd 
nationally in average yards allowed, a 34-positionjump 
from the previous year. The Terps also ranked as the 
nation's 13th most-improved unit in points allowed 
and 14th most-improved team in passing defense. 

Ake, who has been part of 13 bowl teams dur- 
ing a 20-year college coaching career, joined 
Vanderlinden's staff in 1997 after a three-year stint 
as defensive coordinator at Rice University, where he 
helped lead the Owls to a 7-4 record and a second- 
place Western Athletic Conference Mountain Division 
finish in 1996. In 1994, Rice's defensive unit fin- 
ished among the nation's top 25 in four categories as 




The Ake family: Chris 

the Owls captured a share of the Southwest Confer- 
ence title. In addition to coordinating Rice's defense 
from 1994-96, he coached the Owls' defensive line 
(1996) and the inside linebackers (1994-95). 

Ake previously worked in the Atlantic Coast 
Conference when he served as Clemson's inside line- 
backers coach from 1990-93. Under Ake's defensive 
leadership, the Tigers participated in the 1993 Peach 
Bowl, the 1991 Citrus Bowl and the 1990 Hall of Fame 
Bowl. Clemson's 1990 squad ranked first in the na- 
tion 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 1989. During his time in 
Fayetteville, the Razorbacks captured two consecu- 
tive Southwest Conference titles (1988-89) and played 
in bowl games all six seasons, including the Orange 
Bowl (1986) and the Cotton Bowl (1988-89). 

Ake, 50, is a 1972 graduate of the College of 
William & Mary, the same school where he launched 
his college coaching career in 1979. He graduated 
from Falls Church (Va.) High School in 1968. He later 
spent five seasons on the coaching staff at Falls 
Church, serving as defensive coordinator and line- 
backers coach from 1974-77 and as head coach in 
'78. After starting his college coaching career at Col- 



, Aaron and Wally. 

lege of William & Mary in '79, he moved on to Arkan- 
sas 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, Aaron. 




Personal 

Date of Birth Aug. 11, 1950 

Hometown Falls Church, Va. 

Alma Mater William & Mary '72 

Year at Maryland 4th 

Coaching History 

Maryland 

Defensive Coordinator 1997- 

Defensive Ends 1997 

Inside Linebackers 1998-99 

Outside Linebackers 2000 

Rice 

Defensive Coordinator 

Inside Linebackers 

Defensive Line 1994-96 

Clemson 

Inside Linebackers 1990-93 

Arkansas 

Defensive Line/Linebackers 1984-89 

U.S. Air Force Academy 

Defensive Line 1981-83 

Arkansas 

Graduate Assistant 1980 

College of William & Mary 

Linebackers 1979 

Bowl History 

1993 Peach Bowl 

1991 Citrus Bowl 

1990 Hall of Fame Bowl 

1989 Cotton Bowl 

1988 Cotton Bowl 

1987 Liberty Bowl 

1986 Orange Bowl 

1985 , Bowl 

1984 

1983 Indepei 

1982 

1980 

1979 



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Bob Heffner 




Offensive Coordinator 

Tight Ends/Offensive 

Tackles 

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

Last year, in his 
first season directing 
the Terrapins' offen- 
sive unit, Maryland 
posted the 10th- 
highest scoring aver- 
age in school history 
and best in the last 
seven seasons. Mary- 
land ranked first in 
theACCand 12th na- 
tionally in rushing 
yards per game (234.1), and tailback LaMont Jor- 
dan earned second team All-America honors after 
finishing fifth in the country in rushing. 

Maryland also continued to show significant 
improvement in protecting its quarterback in '99, 
allowing an ACC-low 11 sacks in 251 throwing situ- 
ations. Also, quarterback Calvin McCall finished sec- 
ond nationally among I-A freshmen quarterbacks in 
total offense and passing efficiency. All told, Mary- 
land jumped 38 spots in NCAA rushing offense 
rankings and 51 spots in NCAA total offense 
rankings. 

Heffner, who brought 17 years of coaching 
experience with him to College Park, joined the 
Maryland staff after serving as offensive line coach 
at Northern Illinois in 1996. Heffner coached at 
Lafayette College for a total of five seasons on two 
separate occasions prior to Northern Illinois. He was 
Lafayette's offensive coordinator and offensive line 



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The Heffner family: Shelby, 

coach from 1993-95 and offensive line coach in 
1988-89. During his time at the Easton, Pa., school, 
Lafayette claimed Patriot League championships 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 coordinator for the Arena League cham- 
pion Tampa Bay Storm in 1993 and as offensive 
line and running backs coach for the British Colum- 
bia Lions of the Canadian Football League. 

During his time with British Columbia, the 
Lions' Doug Flutie was voted the CFL's Most Valu- 
able Player after setting the league record for pass- 
ing 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 during a seven-year stay with the Redbirds. 
Under his guidance, Illinois State had two offen- 
sive linemen earn All-American recognition and eight 
claim first team all-conference honors. In addition, 
three backs posted 1,000-yard rushing seasons. 

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

Heffner, 44, and his wife, Nancy, have three 
daughters, Katie, Molly and Shelby. 



Bob, Molly, Katie and Nancy. 



Personal 




Date of Birth 


Aug. 2, 1956 


Hometown M 


orrisville. Pa. 


Alma Mater 


.. Temple '79 


Year at Maryland 


4th 


Coaching History 


Maryland 




Offensive Coordinator 


1999- 


Tight Ends 






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 






1990-92 


Lafayette College 






1988-89 


Illinois State 




Offensive Line 






1981-87 


Temple 




Graduate Assistant 


1979 


Bowl History 




1979 Garde 


n State Bowl 


1978 


Mirage Bowl 
Mirage Bowl 


1977 



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Mike Gundy 



Passing Game Coordinator/ 
qoarterracks 

Mike Gundy, a four-year starting quarterback 
at Oklahoma State who still figures prominently in 
the Cowboys' record book, is in his fourth season 
on the Maryland coaching staff and his first as pass- 
ing game coordinator/quarterbacks coach. 

Gundy, who tu- 
tored the wide re- 
ceivers his first three 
seasons on the staff, 
is returning to his 
natural coaching po- 
sition. A record-set- 
ting quarterback dur- 
^A ing his playing days 

^^L ™ r ^. at Oklahoma State, 

^k ■ Bfe Gundy coordinated 

ML_XaM the passing game and 

coached quarterbacks 
at Baylor and was quarterbacks coach and offen- 
sive coordinator at Oklahoma State. 

For the past three seasons, Gundy has over- 




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The Gundy family: Mike, Gavin and Kristen. 

seen the development of a young and emerging wide 
receiver corps which returns three of its top four 
wideouts from 1999. 

Prior to his arrival in College Park, Gundy 
spent one season as an assistant coach at Baylor 
(1996) and six seasons as an assistant coach at 
Oklahoma State (1990-95). At Baylor, Gundy was 
the Bears' passing game coordinator and quarter- 
backs coach; at Oklahoma State, he started out as 
wide receivers coach, took over as quarterbacks 
coach in 1992, and was elevated to offensive coor- 
dinator in 1994. 

During his four seasons as a starting QB at 
Oklahoma State (1986-89), Gundy established most 
major school passing records and finished his ca- 
reer as the Big Eight's all-time leader in total of- 
fense. A three-year team captain, Gundy 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 percent) comple- 
tion percentage; and completions in a game (27) 
and season (170). 

Gundy, who shared the same backfield with 
two of football's greatest tailbacks (Barry Sanders 
and Thurman Thomas), helped lead the Cowboys to 
back-to-back 10-2 seasons in 1987 and '88. Okla- 
homa State defeated West Virginia in the '87 Sun 
Bowl and Wyoming in the '88 Holiday Bowl. He 
ranked second nationally in passing efficiency in 
'88. That same year, Oklahoma State led the nation 
in touchdowns (70) and points scored (522). Gundy 



was selected to play in the 1990 Japan Bowl fol- 
lowing his senior season. 

The 33-year-old Gundy and his wife, Kristen, 
have one son, Gavin. Gundy's brother, Cale, was a 
four-year starting quarterback at Oklahoma. 



Personal 

Date of Birth Aug. 12, 1967 

Hometown Midwest City, Okla. 

Alma Mater Oklahoma State '90 

Year at Maryland 4th 

Coaching History 

Maryland 

Passing Game Coordinator 

Quarterbacks 2000- 

Wide Receivers 1997-99 

Baylor 

Passing Game Coordinator 

Quarterbacks 1996 

Oklahoma State 

Offensive Coordinator 

Quarterbacks/Receivers 1990-95 

Bowl History 

1988 Holiday Bowl 

1987 



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Defensive 
Tackles 



Levern Belin, who helped tutor nose guard 
Delbert Cowsette to first team All-ACC honors in 
1999, is in his second season as a defensive line 
coach with the Terrapins. 

The Terrapins ranked 39th nationally in rush- 
ing defense in Belin's 
first year, allowing an 
average of 126.4 
rushing yards per 
game, the best mark 
by a Maryland team 
since 1985. 

Belin joined the 
Maryland staff in the 
spring of 1999 fol- 
lowing a five-year 
stay in a similar po- 
sition at Ball State 
University. Between his time at Ball State and Mary- 
land he had a brief stay at the University of Con- 
necticut, where he was named the Huskies' defen- 
sive line coach in December 1998. 

At Ball State, Belin helped guide one of the 
top run defenses in the Mid-American Conference. 
Belin coached the outside linebackers his first year 




before handling the defensive ends for his final four 
seasons. Under Belin's guidance, the Cardinals' de- 
fensive ends helped the Cardinals' defense rank first 
in the MAC and 34th in the nation in fewest yards 
allowed in 1997. 

In addition, Belin helped Ball State's defense 
rank second in the MAC in rushing defense and scor- 
ing defense in 1996, while ranking 18th nationally 
in scoring defense and 26th in rushing defense. The 
1996 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 de- 
fense and 15th in scoring defense in 1995. 

Belin, 31, launched his college coaching ca- 
reer in 1991 as a graduate assistant coach at Bos- 
ton College, where he coached the defensive backs. 
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 State coaching the line- 
backers prior to joining the staff at Ball State. 

A 1991 graduate of Wake Forest, Belin was a 
three-year letterwinner and three-year starter at 
inside linebacker for the Demon Deacons under Bill 
Dooley from 1988-90. 

Belin and his wife, DeVida, were married in 
July 2000 in East Chicago, Ind. 





The Belin family: Levern and DeVida. 



Personal 

Date of Birth Aug. 

Hometown Marsh 

Alma Mater Wake 


20, 1969 
ville, N.C. 
Forest '91 

2nd 




Coaching History 

Maryland 


....1999- 


Ball State 


1995-98 
1994 

1993 


Outside Linebackers 

East Tennessee State 


Boston University 


1992 


Boston College 

Bowl History 

1996 Las V 


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James Franklin 



Wide 
Receivers 



James Franklin joined the Maryland coach- 
ing staff in April following a one-year stint as wide 
receivers and tight ends coach at Idaho State Uni- 
versity. 

A 1995 graduate of East Stroudsburg, where 
he was a Harlon Hill 
nominee for Division 
II Player of the Year, 
Franklin also has 
served on the coach- 
ing staffs at Wash- 
ington State, James 
Madison, East 

Stroudsburg and 
Kutztown. He also 
has coached for the 
Roskilde Kings in the 
European League, 
serving as offensive coordinator in 1996. 

Last year, he oversaw an Idaho State receiver 
corps that amassed 29 touchdowns, 258 receptions 
and more than 3,300 receiving yards. The Bengals, 
who posted one of their best offensive seasons in 
school history, finished ninth nationally in total 
offense, averaging better than 30 points per game. 




Franklin, 28, joined the Idaho State staff prior 
to the 1999 season after serving one year as an 
assistant coach at Washington State University, 
where he worked primarily with the tight ends. At 
Washington State, he also assisted in the "Cougar 
Give Back Program," where he worked with local 
schools and hospitals on player appearances. 

Prior to his position at Washington State, he 
spent the 1997 season as the wide receivers coach 
at James Madison University. In the summer of 1998, 
he worked alongside Joel Collier and Kippy Brown 
of the Miami Dolphins as an assistant running backs 
coach in the National Football League's minority 
internship program. In 1996, he served as a gradu- 
ate assistant at East Stroudsburg, working prima- 
rily with the secondary. 

This past summer, Franklin worked with the 
Philadelphia Eagles coaching staff as part of the 
NFL's minority internship program. 

During his career, he has recruited the Mary- 
land-Virginia area, as well as New York, Pennsylva- 
nia, New England, the Midwest and California. 

Franklin was a two-time Pennsylvania State 
Athletic Conference selection as a quarterback at 
East Stroudsburg, earning team MVP honors as a 
senior when he set seven school records, including 
single-season marks for total offense (3,128), pass- 
ing yards (2,586) and TD passes (19). He was hon- 
ored by Sports Illustrated as a national player of 





James Franklin 

the week in October, 1994. 

He played one season of professional foot- 
ball in the European League, capturing league MVP 
honors in 1996 for the Danish national champions. 

Franklin earned his master's degree in 1999 
from Washington State. 



Personal 

Date of Birth Feb. 2, 1972 

Hometown Langhorne, Pa. 

Alma Mater East Stroudsburg '95 

Year at Maryland 1st 

Coaching History 

Maryland 

Wide Receivers 2000 

Idaho State 
Wide Receivers 

Tight Ends 1999 

Washington State 

Tight Ends 1998 

James Madison 

Wide Receivers 1997 

East Stroudsburg 

Secondary 1996 

Kutztown 

Wide Receivers 1995 



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Running Backs/ 
Recruiting Coordinator 

Mike Locksley, who has played a key role in 
the major turnaround in Maryland's running game 
the past three seasons, is in his fourth season on 
the Maryland staff and his third as recruiting coor- 
dinator. 

Last season, the 
Terps completed a 
dramatic turnaround 
in the rushing de- 
partment, leading 
the ACC in average 
yards per game 
(234.1) just two sea- 
sons after finishing 
ninth in the league in 
that category. Led by 
second team All- 
American LaMont 
Jordan, who finished fifth nationally in rushing yards 
per game, Maryland ranked 12th in the country in 
rushing in 1999. Two seasons ago, the Terps regis- 





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tered the nation's sixth-biggest jump in rushing 
yards per game by nearly doubling their output from 
the previous season. 

Three years ago under Locksley's tutelage, 
Jordan broke most major Maryland freshman rush- 
ing standards on way to finishing runner-up for ACC 
Rookie of the Year honors. 

Locksley, who also serves as the Terps' re- 
cruiting coordinator, has been instrumental in co- 
ordinating improved signing classes by the Terps, 
including the 2000 class which was ranked among 
the nation's top 25 by one analyst. 

Born Christmas Day 1969 in Washington, D.C., 
Locksley is a 1992 graduate of Towson University, 
where he was a three-year starter in the Tigers' 
backfield from 1988-91. 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 of Towson's basketball team 
during the 1991-92 season. 

A graduate of Towson in business adminis- 
tration, Locksley began his coaching career over- 
seeing special teams and defensive backs at his alma 
mater in 1992. He moved on to the United States 
Naval Academy Prep School (NAPS) in Newport, R.I., 
where he served as defensive coordinator, defen- 
sive 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 position 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 Bowl. At Army, he helped de- 
velop tight end Ron Leshinski, who earned All-East 
honors. 

Locksley, 30, and his wife, Kia, have three 
sons, Mike, Jr., Meiko and Kai, and a daughter, Kori. 



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Personal 

Date of Birth Dec. 25, 1969 

Hometown Washington, D.C. 

Alma Mater Towson '92 

Year at Maryland 4th 

Coaching History 

Maryland 

Running Backs 

Recruiting Coordinator 1997- 

Army 

Receivers/Tight Ends 1996 

Pacific 

Linebackers 1995 

U.S. Naval Academy Prep School 
Defensive Coordinator 

Defensive Line 1993-94 

Towson 

Defensive Backs 

Special Teams 1992 

Bowl History 

1996 Independence Bowl 



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Doug Mallow 






Defensive 
Backs 

Doug Mallory, an honorable mention All- 
American safety during his playing days at Michi- 
gan, is in his fourth season coaching Maryland's 
defensive backs. He is joined on the Maryland coach- 
ing staff this season by his brother Mike, who 
handles the lineback- 
ers. 

Under Mallory's 
guidance, Maryland's 
1998 secondary made 
tremendous strides 
statistically, ranking 
as the country's 14th 
most improved unit 
in NCAA pass effi- 
ciency defense rat- 
ings. Last year, 
cornerback Lewis 
Sanders earned third team All-America honors after 
sharing the NCAA lead in takeaways (six intercep- 
tions, three fumble recoveries) and later was drafted 
in the fourth round by the Cleveland Browns. 

In the last two seasons, Maryland has picked 
off 28 passes, including an ACC- and school-record 
tying seven in a 1998 road win vs. Duke. 

Son of former Indiana head coach Bill Mallory, 
Doug is in his 13th season coaching at the colle- 
giate 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 



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four-year stay, spending his last two seasons as 
defensive coordinator. Under his direction, the 
Hilltoppers' defense finished 18th nationally in fi- 
nal 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 bowl 
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 men- 
tion Associated Press All-America recognition after 
finishing second on the team in tackles (71). 

A 1988 graduate of Michigan with a degree 
in sports management and communications, Mallory, 
35, and his wife, Lisa, have three daughters, Emily, 
Allison and Sarah. 



Personal 

Date of Birth Nov. 2, 1964 

Hometown DeKalb, III. 

Alma Mater Michigan '88 

Year at Maryland 4th 

Coaching History 

Maryland 

Defensive Backs 1997- 

Indiana 
Defensive Backs 

Special Teams 1994-96 

Western Kentucky 
Defensive Coordinator 
Defensive Backs 
Special Teams 

Inside Linebackers 1990-93 

Army 

Offensive Line 1989 

Indiana 

Graduate Assistant 1988 

Bowi History 

1988 Liberty Bowl 

1987 Hall of Fame Bowl 

1986 Rose Bowl 

1985 Fiesta Bowl 

1984 H 

1983 Sugar Bowl 



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Mike Mallow 



Inside 

Linebackers 



Mike Mallory joined the Maryland staff in the 
spring of 2000 following a four-season stint as de- 
fensive coordinator and linebackers coach at North- 
ern Illinois. 

A former All-American at Michigan, he is re- 
united with his 
brother, Doug, who is 
in his fourth season 
as the Terrapins' sec- 
ondary coach. Both 
are sons of former 
Miami (Ohio), Colo- 
rado, Northern Illi- 
nois and Indiana 
head coach Bill 
Mallory. 

Mallory, 37, be- 
gan his coaching ca- 
reer as a graduate assistant under his father's tute- 
lage at Indiana (1986-87) before becoming a full- 
time defensive aide at Kent State (1988-90). He 






The Mallory family: William Michael, Kathryn, Mike and Kim. 



then became the linebackers and special teams as- 
sistant at Eastern Illinois (1991-92) before joining 
the Rhode Island staff as defensive coordinator in 
1993. 

Joining the Northern Illinois staff for the 
1996 season, the eldest of three coaching brothers 
followed his father's footsteps to NIU where Bill 
Mallory guided the Huskies to a 10-2 mark in 1983 
and later was named to the school's athletic hall of 
fame. 

At NIU, he helped guide the '99 Huskies to a 
5-6 record - their best finish since 1992 - while 
posting the Mid-American Conference's third-best 
pass efficiency defense. 

A linebacker in college, Mike played with his 
brother Doug on three bowl teams at Michigan - 
during the 1983, 1984 and 1985 seasons. Mike 
earned All-America honors as a senior and was a 
two-time team captain. A first team All-Big Ten 
selection as a junior and senior, he was a finalist 
for the 1985 Butkus Award and finished his career 
ranked third on Michigan's career tackle chart. He 
won the Bo Schembechler MVP award in 1984. 

Mallory graduated from Michigan in 1985 with 
a bachelor's degree in sports administration. He did 
graduate work in sports management at Indiana in 
1986-87. 

He and his wife, Kim, have a daughter, 
Kathryn (3), and a son, William Michael (1). 



Personal 

Date of Birth 

Hometown 

Alma Mater 


Nov. 16, 1962 

DeKalb, III. 

Michigan '85 

1st 


Coaching History 

Maryland 

Inside Linebackers 2000 

Northern Illinois 

Defensive Coordinator 

Linebackers 1996-1999 


Rhode Island 

Defensive Coordinator 


1993-95 


Eastern Illinois 


1991-92 


Kent State 

Linebackers 


1988-90 


Indiana 

Bowl History 

1985 


1986-87 
Fiesta 


1984 ... 


Holiday 


1983 


Sugar 


1982 


Rose 


1981 


Bluebonnet 





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Elliot Uzelac 



Centers/ 
Guards 

Elliot Uzelac, a former major college head 
coach who is considered one of the top offensive 
line technicians in the country, is in his third sea- 
son coaching the offensive centers and guards. 
Uzelac has helped oversee the development 
of the Terrapins' of- 
fensive line into one 
of the most produc- 
tive in the ACC. In 
1999, Maryland led 
the Atlantic Coast 
Conference and fin- 
ished 12th nationally 
in rushing yards per 
game (231.4) while 
yielding an ACC-low 
11 sacks. That fol- 
lowed a major im- 
provement in 1998, when the Terps had the nation's 
sixth most improved rushing attack. 






Elliot Uzelac and his wife Wendy. 

A 33-year coaching veteran - 32 in the col- 
lege ranks and one in the NFL - Uzelac came to 
College Park after serving as offensive coordinator/ 
offensive line coach at the University of Minnesota 
in 1997. 

Prior to Minnesota, he worked the 1995 and 
'96 seasons as associate head coach and offensive 
coordinator at the University of Kentucky, where he 
oversaw a Wildcats' unit that committed just 16 
turnovers in '95, fewest in school history. In addi- 
tion, the Wildcats' 30 touchdowns in 1995 were the 
most since 1984 and the 24 rushing TD's were the 
most since 1974. The Wildcats' 1995 roster included 
tailback Moe Williams, who rushed for 1,600 yards, 
established three SEC records and set 15 school 
marks that season. 

From 1993-94, he served as offensive coor- 
dinator at Colorado, directing a CU unit that led 
the Big Eight in total offense both seasons and set 
or tied 55 school records. Colorado's 1994 offense 
was led by Heisman Trophy winner Rashaan Salaam 
and Kordell Stewart. In 1994, Colorado posted an 
11-1 record and ranked third in the country with 
495.3 yards per game of total offense. In '93, Colo- 
rado finished with an 8-3-1 overall record and ranked 
10th nationally in total offense (470.5 ypg). 

A 1964 graduate of Western Michigan, Uzelac 
also has coached for the Cleveland Browns (1992), 
Ohio State (1991), Indiana (1990), Navy (head 
coach 1987-89, assistant coach 1971-72), Michi- 
gan (1982-86, 1973-74), Western Michigan (head 
coach 1975-81), and Bowling Green (1968-70, 
1965). Among the coaches he has served under 
include Bo Schembechler, Bill McCartney, Don Nehlen 
and Bill Mallory. 

During his seven seasons as head coach at 
Western Michigan, he guided his alma mater to more 



Personal 




Date of Birth 


July 24, 1941 


Hometown 






Michigan '64 




3rd 


Coaching Historv 


Maryland 






1998- 


Minnesota 




Offensive Coordinator 


1997 


Kentucky 




Associate Head Coach 






1995-96 


Colorado 




Offensive Coordinator 


1993-94 


Cleveland Browns 




Assistant Coach 


1992 


Ohio State 




Assistant Head Coach 




Offensive Coordinator 


1991 


Indiana 




Offensive Line 


1990 


Navy 




Head Coach 


1987-89 


Michigan 




Offensive Line 


1982-86 


Western Michigan 




Head Coach 


,.. 1975-81 


Michigan 






1973-74 


Navy 




Offensive Line 


1971-72 


Bowling Green 




Offensive Coordinator 




Offensive Line 


1968-70 


Bowling Green 




Graduate Assistant 


1965 


Bowl History 




1994 


.. Fiesta Bowl 


1993 


.. Aloha Bowl 


1992 Hall of Fame Bowl 


1991 


Peach Bowl 


1987 


1986 


.. Fiesta Bowl 


1985 


Holiday Bowl 
.. Sugar Bowl 


1984 


1983 







Mid-American Conference victories than any coach 
in school history to that point. He was named MAC 
Coach of the Year in 1976. Uzelac later served a 
three-year stint as head coach at the U.S. -Naval 
Academy. 

Uzelac earned a master's degree in physical 
education from Bowling Green in 1966. He and his 
wife, Wendy, have two children, Lisa and Nick, one 
granddaughter, Jordan, and one grandson, Elliot. 



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Tom Deahn 



Director of Football 
Operations 

Tom Deahn is in his second year on the Mary- 
land football staff and his first as director of foot- 
ball operations. He served as assistant recruiting 
coordinator during the 1999 season. His adminis- 
trative responsibilities include daily management 
of the football pro- 
gram, including op- 
erations, team travel 
and schedule coordi- 
nation. 

Deahn came to 
Maryland following a 
five-year stint at St. 
Norbert College in 
DePere, Wis., where 
he spent time as as- 
sistant head coach, 
recruiting coordina- 
tor, offensive coordinator and quarterbacks/wide 
receivers coach. He also served as travel coordina- 



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tor and equipment manager for a 19-sport program. 
While at St. Norbert, he coached two offensive line- 
men to All-America honors and 15 players to all- 
conference honors. 

During each of the team's last three seasons, 
Deahn's offenses at St. Norbert set school records 
for single-season all-purpose yards while ranking 
among national statistical leaders. 

Prior to his arrival at St. Norbert, he spent 
three years at Catholic University in Washington, 
D.C., where his responsibilities included serving as 
recruiting coordinator and strength coordinator 
during his stay. Catholic's defenses ranked second 
in the country in 1993. Two of his players received 
All-America recognition. 

Deahn played collegiately at Heidelberg Col- 
lege in Ohio, where he was a member of two na- 
tionally ranked teams. 

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




The Deahn family: Tom, Amanda and Dawn. 



D wight Gait 



Head Strength and 
Conditioning Coach 

Dwight Gait, a member of the Terps' strength 
staff since 1989, is in his seventh year as Maryland's 
head strength and conditioning coach. His respon- 
sibilities include managing the department's three 
training facilities and coordinating strength and 
conditioning pro- 
grams for the Terps' 
25 varsity sports, 
with special empha- 
sis on football. 

Gait, who earned 
his bachelor's degree 
in business manage- 
ment (1981) and his 
master's degree in 
exercise physiology 
(1989) from the Uni- 
versity of Maryland, 
is certified by the International Sports Science As- 
sociation. 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 
national postseason play, including the 1984 ACC 
and Sun Bowl championship football team, the 1985 
ACC and Cherry Bowl championship teams and the 
1990 Independence Bowl team. 

The 43-year-old Gait and his wife, Jan, have 
four children: Angie, Teri, Dwight IV and Tom. 





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



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To (Id Ho hi n 



Director of 
Video Services 



Todd Hobin is in his ninth season as 
Maryland's director of video services. Hobin's video 
expertise allows him to service the Terps' football 
program from his state-of-the-art lab in the Gossett 
Team House. 

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

Prior to being 
named the Terps' di- 
rector of video ser- 
vices, Hobin was on 
Cornell for three years (1989- 
with the Big Red, he helped 



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coach the running backs and served as the fresh- 
man team's offensive coordinator. In 1990, the Big 
Red won the Ivy League championship. Before join- 
ing the Cornell staff, he served on the staff at Ithaca 
College as an assistant defensive backs coach and 
defensive coordinator for the junior varsity. Ithaca 
captured the 1988 Division III national champion- 
ship. 

A native of Holland Patent, N.Y., Hobin gradu- 
ated cum laude from Cortland State, where he was a 
three-year letterman at running back and punter. 
Hobin transferred to Cortland State from Hamilton 
College, where he spent one season as the team's 
starting free safety. 

Hobin and his wife, Candice, have a son, 
Bryce. 




The Hobin family: Candice, Bryce and Todd. 



Jaime Elizontlo 

Assistant Recruiting 
Coordinator 

Jaime Elizondo, a 1997 graduate of the Uni- 
versity of Maryland, was named assistant recruiting 
coordinator in June 2000. A physiology and neuro- 
biology major, Elizondo was a three-year letterman 
on the Terrapin men's 
tennis team. He 
served as team co- 
captain in his final 
year. 

Elizondo has 
been a football coach 
at the high school 
level, serving as de- 
fensive coordinator 
for the freshman 
team and defensive 
backs coach for the varsity at Georgetown Prep High 
School in Rockville, Md., in 1998 and '99. 

Elizondo grew up in El Paso, Texas, where he 
was a defensive back/wide receiver at J.M. Hanks 
High School. 

He has completed two years of law school at 
the Washington College of Law at American Univer- 
sity, where he served as a Deans fellow within the 
law school and maintained a 3.3 grade-point aver- 
age. 



Brendan Daly Chris Smith 




Graduate 
Assistant 

Brendan Daly is in his first season as a gradu- 
ate assistant coach with the Terrapins. Daly will 
work with the offensive coaching staff, concentrat- 
ing his efforts on the tight end unit. 

Daly came to the 
University of Mary- 
land from Villanova 
University, where he 
spent one-and-a-half 
years coaching tight 
ends and assisting 
with the offensive 
line. He also coordi- 
nated scout team 
units, prepared 
scouting reports, and 
served as the program's on-campus recruiting coor- 
dinator. 

Prior to his stint at Villanova, he spent the 
1998 season as a graduate assistant coach at Drake 
University, helping the Bulldogs to a 7-3 record and 
Pioneer League championship in 1998. 

In 1997 and '98, he was an assistant foot- 
ball coach and special education teacher at 
Ridgewood High School in New Port Richey, Fla. 

He is a 1997 graduate of Drake University 
with a bachelor of arts degree in history. 




Graduate 
Assistant 

Christopher Smith is in his first season as a 
graduate assistant coach with the Terrapins and will 
work primarily with the Terps' secondary unit. 

Smith was a four-year letterman at Colorado 
College. He was a 



three-year starter 
** V -^x who played free 

safety, strong safety 
■ _ ^. 1 and cornerback in 

addition to returning 
punts. He was named 
his team's Defensive 
Player of the Year in 
1997 and was hon- 
ored as Most Im- 
proved Player in 
1995. A team captain as a senior, he also was named 
a second team GTE/CoSIDA Academic All-American 
and was the recipient of an NCAA Postgraduate 
Scholarship. 

Smith was an assistant coach in charge of 
outside linebackers and special teams at Colorado 
College in 1998. He also worked in the Colorado Col- 
lege chemistry department for one year. He is a 1998 
graduate of Colorado College, earning a bachelor's 
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rem Tidbits 

► Junior linebackers 
Marlon Moore and Aaron 
Thompson combined for 
33 starts after just two 
seasons to head a 
linebacking corps that is 
ranked among the top 10 
units in the country. 

► GuilianGaryisonpace 
to challenge Maryland's 
all-time record for punt 
return yards in just his 
third college season. 

► Another third-year 
starter is center Melvin 
Fowler (left] who is an All 
ACC candidate and listed 
in preseason publications 
among the best in the 
country. 



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Preseason Depth Chart 41 

Alphabetical Roster 42 

Pronunciation Guide 43 

Numerical Roster 44 

Terps By State 46 

Personnel Breakdown 47 



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2000 Season Preview 



In three seasons under Ron Vanderlinden, the 
Maryland Terrapins have made dramatic strides to- 
ward returning the Terps' program back into the na- 
tional spotlight. Those improvements were initially 
reflected in statistics, both offensively and defen- 
sively, and last season those strides emerged in the 
win column. 

Hard luck hit the Terps after a 5-2 start in 
1999, however. Despite the impressive start, 
Maryland's bowl hopes were dashed by a pair of last- 
minute defeats and a patchwork quarterback rota- 
tion which resulted after a knee injury to nine-game 
starter Calvin McCall. McCall, second nationally in 
total offense among freshmen, missed the season's 
final two games including a 34-30 season-ending 
setback to Virginia which saw the Cavaliers mount a 
winning score with 26 seconds remaining. 

That heart-breaking loss ultimately denied the 




Sophomore Calvin McCall started nine games at 
quarterback [or the Terps as a redshirt 
freshman in 1999. 



Terps a trip to the Aloha Bowl, but did not over- 
shadow the significant improvements over the course 
of the season. Not to be forgotten, either, was one 
of the most dominating single-game rushing efforts 
in college football history. 

LaMont Jordan's 306-yard rushing performance 
against Virginia — the third-best running game in 
ACC history — was more than a footnote to a devas- 
tating loss. Instead, it cemented his status as one of 
the nation's premier running backs while serving as 
a precursor to his senior season and the Terps' drive 
to climb still higher in 2000. 

Jordan returns as one of America's most for- 
midable offensive weapons — chosen by College Foot- 
ball News, in fact, as the third-best offensive player 
in the country and listing prominently on Heisman 
Trophy watch lists in virtually every preseason publi- 
cation. Beside him are 14 other returning starters 
including backfield mate and fullback Matt Kalapinski, 
three offensive linemen, a pair of all-star kickers and 
a complete linebacking corps that Lindy's Preseason 
Annual rated as the No. 8 unit in the country. 

The climb continues for the Maryland Terra- 
pins in 2000. The Terps received votes in national 
polls for seven consecutive weeks a year ago, and 
this season they hope for nothing short of cracking 
those polls and representing the Atlantic Coast Con- 
ference in a postseason bowl. 



Quarterback 



The Terps, who have opened 15 of their last 
17 games with a freshman or redshirt freshman start- 
ing at quarterback, return their top two signal-call- 
ers from last season in sophomores McCall and Latrez 
Harrison, who combined for 11 starts in 1999. Added 
to the mix is junior college transfer Shaun Hill, a 
two-year starter at Hutchinson (Kan.) CC who was 
rated among the top JC quarterbacks in the country 
by SuperPrep. 

The trio, who shared snaps during spring drills, 
head into fall camp in a closely contested battle, 
with McCall and Hill listed 1 and 1A and Harrison 
right behind. 

The triggerman in Maryland's rejuvenated of- 
fensive attack in '99, McCall keyed the Terps' 51-spot 
jump in the NCAA total offense rankings last season. 
In nine starts, McCall passed for more than 1,200 
yards, rushed for 256 and had the lowest intercep- 
tion ratio in the ACC (nearly 60 to 1). He was a strong 
contender for ACC Rookie of the Year honors before a 
knee injury (torn medial collateral) late in the ninth 
game wiped out the remainder of his season. McCall 
finished second to Virginia Tech's Michael Vick among 
freshman I-A quarterbacks in passing efficiency and 
total offense. 

His absence early in spring drills meant that 
Harrison, one of the prizes in Maryland's 1999 re- 
cruiting class, shared the No. 1 position with new- 
comer Hill. Both performed admirably, but it was Hill's 
pinpoint passing command before and during the 
annual spring game that earned the transfer a shot 
at starting duties this fall. 

Said Vanderlinden about his returning starter, 
"Calvin displayed a great deal of field presence as a 
redshirt freshman and did a nice job executing our 
offense. He displayed natural leadership ability and 



should only continue to improve every part of his 
game." 

And on McCall's challengers, Vanderlinden 
added, "Shaun Hill picked up our offensive system 
very quickly this past spring. He displayed the abil- 
ity to find the open receiver, and he throws very 
accurately. Latrez continued to develop as a quarter- 
back this past spring. He possesses a very strong 
arm and will only continue to get better as he learns 
the offense." 

In the Red-White game last April, Hill led all 
quarterbacks with 152 yards on 13 of 16 passing, 
including touchdown drives for both teams. His 47- 
yard aerial to Scooter Monroe was the longest pass 
of the evening. At Hutchinson, Hill accounted for 
2,058 yards of total offense in 1999 and was rated 
the No. 5 JC quarterback in the country by SuperPrep. 

Harrison saw spot duty as McCall's backup last 
season before getting starts in the final two games. 
He shared a majority of snaps during spring ball with 
Hill, and later McCall when he joined camp following 
his return from the hardwood as a walk-on member 
of the Terps' NCAA Tournament basketball team. 

Also on the depth chart are blue-chip fresh- 
man Chris Kelley out of nearby Seneca Valley in Mary- 
land, and juniors Gil Harris and Matt Langlie. With 
McCall, Hill and Harrison in the forefront after spring 
drills, Kelley can be expected to redshirt and begin 
grooming for future seasons. 





Quarterbacks 


No. Name 


Hgt Wgt CI. Hometown 


18 Gil Harris 


6-1 230 Jr. Virginia Beach, Va. 


4 Latrez Harrison 6-3 222 So. Atlanta, Ga. 


14 Shaun Hill 


6-3 229 Jr. Parsons, Kan. 


1 Chris Kelley 


6-2 190 Fr. Germantown, Md. 


11 Matt Langlie 


6-0 172 Jr. Kensington, Md. 


9 Calvin McCall 


6-3 189 So. Miami, Fla. 



Tailback 



Heisman candidate LaMont Jordan spearheads 
a running game that last year led the ACC and ranked 
12th nationally in rushing yards per game (238.1). 
Jordan, who led the nation in rushing yards during 
the second half of the 1999 campaign, sat out spring 
practice in order to concentrate on his academics. 
He enters the 2000 season as the NCAA's leading 
active career rusher, with 3,227 yards in 32 career 
games (100.8 per game average), and as the NCAA's 
second-leading returning rusher from 1999. 

A second team All-American by a number of 
sources last season, Jordan finished fifth in the coun- 
try in average rushing yards per game (148.4) in 
1999. He enters his final college campaign among a 
noted few that blanket every preseason All-America 
team and watch lists for the Doak Walker Award and 
the coveted Heisman Trophy. 

Included in his numbers from 1999 were seven 
100-yard rushing efforts, including six of 150 yards 
or more and the school-record 306-yard outburst. In 
five games against teams advancing to bowl games, 
Jordan averaged a hefty 164 yards per game, includ- 
ing the best effort by a running back against Florida 
State (169) in nearly five seasons. 

Jordan, who has the ability to hurt teams in- 
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Fullback 




Tailback LaMont Jordan enters his senior season as a consensus first team preseason Ail-American and 
is listed on numerous "Heisman Watch" lists. 



Maryland's career rushing record and 1,376 yards to 
shatter the ACC's all-time rushing standard. 

Said Vanderlinden on the attributes of his 
Heisman candidate running back, "LaMont has the 
three qualities you look for in great back: speed to 
go the distance, agility to make defenders miss, and 
size and strength to finish a run." 

Jordan's absence in spring ball, though, cre- 
ated more opportunities for Mukala Sikyala, Bruce 
Perry and Marc Riley as his primary backups. 

Sikyala and Perry spent last season backing 
Jordan. The duo combined for 320 yards on 53 car- 
ries last season. Perry averaged 6.5 yards per tote, 
Sikyala averaged 5.4 yards per carry. Riley shifts back 
to tailback after serving as the team's No. 2 fullback 
a year ago. 

Added Vanderlinden on the rest of his tailback 
stable, "Bruce has excellent speed, maneuverability 
and toughness for a running back of his size. Mukala 
combines speed, movement and leverage, and Marc 
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back that we hoped he would be. All three of these 
guys vary in their running styles and all will help 
us." 

A newcomer to watch is junior Chris Downs, a 
transfer from Valley Forge Military Academy who is a 
former Philadelphia Daily News Inter-Academic Player 
of the Decade honoree. 



Running Backs 


No. Name 


Hgt Wgt 


CI. 


Hometown 


20 Chris Downs 


5-8 190 


Jr. 


Philadelphia, Pa. 


44 Bernie Fiddler 


6-1 230 


RFr. 


Swedesboro, N.J. 


15 LaMont Jordan 


5-11 220 


Sr. 


Forestville, Md. 


45 Matt Kalapinski 


6-1 224 


Sr. 


Marshfield, Mass. 


31 Chad Killian 


6-2 232 


So. 


Pittsburgh, Pa. 


5 James Lynch 


5-11 250 


Fr. 


Washington. D.C. 


7 Bruce Perry 


5-9 185 


So. 


Philadelphia, Pa. 


2 Marc Riley 


6-3 220 


Jr. 


Coram, N.Y. 


33 Zac Ryder 


5-11 208 


RFr. 


Huntington 
Beach. Calif. 


49 Mukala Sikyala 


5-8 214 


Sr. 


Lanham, Md. 



Senior Matt Kala;. ACC's most 

underrated backs, is the other half of one of the 
country's most formidable rushing tandems. A tan- 
dem which, in fact, has helped the Terps earn a No. 
7 backfield unit ranking by Lindy's Preseason Annual. 
Kalapinski himself was ranked the No. 3 fullback in 
the country by The Sporting News. 

Rankings alone can't begin to reflect 
Kalapinski's value to the Terps' offense. Kalapinski's 
blocking was instrumental in the Terps' leading the 
ACC and ranking 12th nationally in rushing yards per 
game in 1999. And although his rushing attempts 
were minimal — Kalapinski rushed 34 times for 157 
yards — he still averaged a hefty 4.6 yards per carry 
and was tackled behind the line of scrimmage on 
just one occasion. Over the past two seasons, 
Kalapinski has rushed for 527 yards, six touchdowns 
and a 4.8-yard average. 

Said Vanderlinden of his hard-nosed fullback, 
"Pound for pound. Matt may be the toughest foot- 
ball player in our conference. He is a good blocker 
and a very good ball carrier when he gets his hands 
on the football. He is deceptive in his ability to make 
defenders miss him in open space." 

Kalapinski totaled a season-high 64 yards on 
13 carries vs. Virginia and finished second on the 
squad in touchdowns (4) in 1999. He rushed for a 
career-high 87 yards against the Cavs as a sopho- 
more, and a week later rumbled for 80 at West Vir- 
ginia. 

Depth behind Kalapinski is provided by sopho- 
more Chad Killian, who appeared in six games in 1999; 
redshirt freshmen Bernie Fiddler and Zac Ryder; and 
true freshman James Lynch of Washington, D.C. 



Wide Receiver 



The Terps return four of their top five wideouts 
from '99 and will compensate for their only gradua- 
tion loss with the addition of Moises Cruz, who is 
returning to the squad after taking a one-season leave 
of absence. 

Cruz, a 5-11, 172-pounder, totaled 44 recep- 
tions during the 1997 and '98 seasons, ranking ei- 
ther first or second on the team in receptions each 
year. He started 18 of the 21 games he saw action in 
during his freshman and sophomore campaigns. 

He will add experience and depth to a veteran 
corps which features a pair of three-year lettermen 
in seniors Jason Hatala and Omar Cheeseboro and 
two-year lettermen Guilian Gary and Doug Patterson. 
Gary, who emerged as a bona fide receiving threat 
last season, topped the Terps in receptions (24) in 
1999. Hatala averaged a team-high 22.7 yards per 
catch in 1999 while Cheeseboro caught nine passes 
for 111 yards. 

Sophomore Scooter Monroe was one of three 
true freshmen to see action for the Terps last sea- 
son; the 6-1, 189-pounder had a 76-yard touchdown 
reception vs. Western Carolina among his three 
catches. And redshirt freshman Jafar Williams exhib- 
ited last spring that his skills are worthy of playing 
time, also. 

"The wide receiver position is the deepest it 
has been in my four years at Maryland," said 
Vanderlinden. "Jason Hatala, Moises Cruz, Omar 
Cheeseboro and Guilian Gary have all demcrstrated 
the ability to make big pla;,: :ame. 

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each is very competitive. Scooter and Jafar both have 
shown the ability to be quality ACC receivers, too, 
and only need to continue to develop their skills." 
The Terps strengthened this unit in the off- 
season, signing Maurice Shanks, Rob Abiamiri and 
Steve Suter to letters of intent in February. All are 
highly thought of receivers who figure to make an 
impact in the near future. 



Wide Receivers 


No. Name 


Hgt Wgt 


CI. 


Hometown 


85 Rob Abiamiri 


6-3 


195 


Fr. 


Randallstown, Md. 


24 Jason Bell 


5-10 


173 


So. 


Silver Spring, Md. 


3 Omar Cheeseborc 


6-2 


185 


Sr. 


East Orange, N.J. 


81 Kevin Collins 


6-3 


209 


Sr. 


Grosse Pointe, Mich. 


86 Moises Cruz 


5-11 


172 


Sr. 


Germantown, Md. 


21 Guilian Gary 


6-0 


177 


Jr. 


Horseheads, N.Y. 


89 Jason Hatala 


5-10 


174 


Sr. 


Centreville, Va. 


23 Mark Lebida 


5-11 


187 


Sr. 


Edison, N.J. 


25 Scooter Monroe 


6-1 


189 


So. 


Abington, Md. 


84 Doug Patterson 


6-2 


208 


Sr. 


Shelby Twp., Mich. 


22 Maurice Shanks 


6-4 


175 


Fr. 


Hampton, Va. 


34 Steve Suter 


5-9 


175 


Fr. 


Manchester, Md. 


43 Daryl Whitmer 


6-0 


188 


Jr. 


Waldorf, Md. 


19 Jafar Williams 


6-2 


184 


RFr. 


Philadelphia, Pa. 



Tight End 



Maryland will look to one of four contending 
athletes to replace 22-game starter John Waerig, one 
of the most feared blockers in the ACC the past two 
seasons who completed his eligibility in 1999 and 
now plies his trade with the NFL Jacksonville Jag- 
uars. 

Jeff Dugan spent the 1999 season as a redshirt 
while acclimating himself to the Terrapin offense, 
and the Maryland coaches are high on his progress. 
Dugan was rated the top tight end prospect in the 
state of Pennsylvania when he signed with the Terps 
in February of 1999. 

Matt Murphy has been moved back to his nor- 
mal tight end position after spending part of last 
season as a backup on the defensive line. The 6-5, 
250-pound two-year letterman, who shared time as 
a backup at the position in 1998, has all the physi- 
cal tools necessary to be quality tight end. He sat 
out spring drills, however, after undergoing surgery 
on both shoulders during the off-season. 

Said Vanderlinden, "Jeff challenged Mike Hull 
for the starting tight end position this spring. He is 
a tall, physical football player who has the potential 
to develop into an outstanding player, both as a 
blocker and as a receiver. Matt has the speed, size 
and athleticism to be a quality tight end in the ACC. 
He should only get better as he continues to get his 
strength back." 

Eric James, whose three touchdown receptions 
in 1999 were the most by a Terrapin tight end since 
1986, also missed spring drills, but is expected to 
challenge Dugan and Murphy for the starting role, 
pending his return in the fall. Also vying for time at 
the position is senior letterman Mike Hull, who spent 
the 1997 season as the Terps' regular tight end and 
split time with Dugan during spring 2000. 

"Eric has significant playing time under his 
belt as the second tight end," added Vanderlinden. 
"He should be ready to assume the starting position 
and be the quality receiver and blocker that our of- 
fense needs." 

Signing with the Terps this past February was 
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1997 and from 105th to 54th in NCAA total offense 
rankings from 1998 to '99. 

With the exception of Fowler, a redshirt jun- 
ior, and senior tackle Tim Howard, this is a group 
dominated by underclassmen. Ten of the 12 offen- 
sive linemen on the roster are either sophomores or 
younger. 

Howard, who is in his fifth season in the pro- 
gram, is slotted in the No. 1 position at left tackle 
and will be challenged by redshirt freshman Eric 
Dumas. At right guard, sophomore Bob Krantz will be 
pushed by junior letterman Chris Snader and redshirt 
freshman Lamar Bryant in a battle to see who re- 
places the graduated Jamie Wu. Snader returns after 
missing spring drills in order to concentrate on aca- 
demics. 

The center position is in better shape with 
the return of backup Sam Marvis, a sophomore who 
missed all of last season after undergoing shoulder 
surgery. Redshirt freshman Brandon Miller is No. 3 
on the depth chart going into spring camp. 

"Melvin is an All-ACC honors candidate and 
possesses outstanding quickness and technique," said 
Vanderlinden. "Matt Crawford and Todd Wike also re- 
turn after being full-time starters last season. Matt 
is a very physical and prideful player who should 
continue to get better. Todd has added size and 
strength, he is very athletic and pulls very well." 

The coach added, "Howard had an improved 
spring and brings a great deal of leadership and ex- 
perience, having played both guard and tackle dur- 
ing his time at Maryland. He enters our fall camp as 
our starter at left tackle." 

Newcomers include tackles Lou Lombardo of 
Baltimore and C.J. Brooks of Rex, Ga.; guards Reggie 
Kemp of Hyattsville and James Evans of Teaneck, N.J., 
and center Kyle Schmitt of Latrobe, Pa. 



Maryland returns four of its top five wideouts 
from 1999, including junior Guilian Gary. 





Tight Ends 




No. Name 


Hgt Wgt CI. 


Hometown 


82 Jeff Dugan 


6-4 257 RFr. 


Allison Park, Pa. 


87 Ryan Flynn 


6-4 235 Fr. 


Youngstown, Ohio 


92 Mike Hull 


6-5 253 Sr. 


Hagerstown, Md. 


80 Eric James 


6-2 252 Jr. 


Washington, D.C. 


88 Matt Murphy 


6-5 250 Jr. 


New Haven, Mich. 


Matt Wattleworth 6-2 235 Fr. 


Potomac, Md. 



Offensive Line 



Three starters return from an offensive front 
that yielded an ACC-low 11 quarterback sacks in ad- 
dition to paving the way for the ACC's top-rated rush- 
ing unit (234.1 ypg) last season: center Melvin Fowler, 
who has started all 22 games the past two years; 
tackle Matt Crawford, a second team Freshman All- 
American by The Sporting News; and left guard Todd 
Wike, a 10-game starter in '99. 

The Terps must find replacements for left tackle 
Brad Messina (32 career starts) and right guard Jamie 
Wu (22 career starts), who capped their careers with 
second team All-ACC recognition last season and both 
of whom found their way to NFL jobs last summer. 

Maryland's rise up the ACC and NCAA statisti- 
cal rankings in the past two years can be attributed 
to the consistent effort provided by the offensive 
front, which has been instrumental in the Terps go- 
ing from ninth to first in ACC team rushing since 



Offensive Line 


No. Name 


Hgt Wgt 


CI. 


Hometown 


74 C.J. Brooks 


6-5 


290 


Fr. 


Rex, Ga. 


73 Lamar Bryant 


6-3 


274 


RFr. 


Clinton, Md. 


78 Matt Crawford 


6-6 


290 


So. 


Moravia, N.Y. 


75 Eric Dumas 


6-6 


288 


RFr. 


Atlanta, Ga. 


56 James Evans 


6-4 


295 


Jr. 


Teaneck, N.J. 


67 Melvin Fowler 


6-3 


287 


Jr. 


Wheatly Heights, N.Y. 


77 Tim Howard 


6-4 


296 


Sr. 


Leonardo, N.J. 


65 Dolan Jablonski 


6-4 


301 


Fr. 


Edgewater, Md. 


69 Reggie Kemp 


6-4 


300 


Fr. 


Hyattsville, Md. 


64 Bob Krantz 


6-5 


283 


So. 


Clifton, Va. 


79 Lou Lombardo 


6-6 


280 


Fr. 


Baltimore, Md. 


54 Sam Marvis 


6-3 


265 


So. 


Greensburg, Pa. 


68 Brandon Miller 


6-2 


284 


RFr. 


Olney. Md. 


72 Kyle Schmitt 


6-5 


275 


Fr. 


Latrobe, Pa. 


51 Chris Snader 


6-5 


285 


Jr. 


Bishopville, Md. 


61 Ed Tyler 


6-3 


276 


RFr. 


Franklinville, N.J. 


66 Todd Wike 


6-3 


282 


So. 


Lebanon, Pa. 



Defensive Line 

Maryland's up-front personnel will undergo a 
near-complete makeover, as three regulars who com- 
bined for 77 career starts have seen their eligibility 
expire. Gone are All-ACC first-teamer Delbert Cowsette 
and ends Peter Timmins and Erwyn Lyght. The only 
holdovers are senior Kris Jenkins and junior Charles 
Hill, who combined for 11 starts at an inside posi- 
tion in '99. Jenkins and Hill are the lone upperclass 
letterwinners in a unit that features two sophomores, 
three redshirt freshmen and three true freshmen in 
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Jenkins, a 6-5, 292-pounder who has started 
eight times each of the past two seasons, has to- 
taled 92 career tackles in 30 career games, including 
a career-best 10 stops vs. Georgia Tech in 1999. He 
heads into spring camp No. 1 on the depth chart at 
a defensive tackle spot and is expected to be backed 
by redshirt freshman Scott Smith and junior college 
transfer Chris Earhart from Montgomery College. Smith 
was moved from the offensive line, where he con- 
tributed on the scout team in 1999. 

Said Vanderlinden, "Kris Jenkins will anchor 
our defensive line. He has outstanding size and quick- 
ness. I expect Kris to be a dominant force up front 
for us this fall." 

The 6-2, 283-pound Hill, who has earned six 
starts in the past two seasons, is listed No. 1 on the 
depth chart at nose tackle. He is backed by redshirt 
freshmen Landon Jones and Tosin Abari and true 
freshman Cole Boykin. 

"Charles Hill has enough experience under his 
belt, having played as both a freshman and sopho- 
more, to step up and become a quality defensive 
lineman in the ACC this fall," added Vanderlinden. 

At the defensive end spot vacated by Timmins, 
sophomore William Shime and sophomore Durrand 
Roundtree are expected to battle for the starting spot. 
Shime saw limited action in 1999. 



Defensive Line 


No. Name 


Hgt Wgt 


CI. 


Hometown 


97 Tosin Abari 


6-0 


236 


RFr 


Mt. Rainier, Md. 


63 Cole Boykin 


6-1 


265 


Fr. 


Jersey City, N.J. 


60 Jamahl Cochran 


6-0 


220 


Fr. 


Morristown, N.J. 


65 Chris Earhart 


6-4 


300 


Jr. 


Nokesville, Va. 


96 C.J. Feldheim 


6-3 


235 


Fr. 


Parkton, Md. 


98 Charles Hill 


6-2 


283 


Jr. 


Palmer Park. Md. 


57 Kris Jenkins 


6-5 


292 


Sr. 


Ypsilanti. Mich. 


99 Landon Jones 


6-4 


251 


RFr. 


Marion, Ohio 


71 Durrand Roundtree 6-3 


242 


So. 


Baltimore, Md. 


95 William Shime 


6-4 


265 


So. 


Ft. Washington, Md. 


70 Scott Smith 


6-4 


259 


RFr. 


Philadelphia, Pa. 



Linebackers 



The Terps, who started an all-sophomore line- 
backer crew in every game in '99, are well-stocked at 
the inside and outside positions. In addition to four 
prominent juniors — Aaron Thompson, Marlon Moore, 
Kevin Bishop and E.J Henderson — Maryland also 
has tested reserves in Monte Graves and Ryan Swift 
as well as four redshirt freshmen in Leroy Ambush, 
Nick Farver, Leon Joe and Mike Whatey. 

"The linebacker position should be the 
strength of the defense," said Vanderlinden of his 
nearly all-junior linebacking corps. 

He continued, "All three starters return. Aaron 
Thompson returns as one of the league's leaders in 
tackles for losses. He has outstanding speed and hit- 
ting potential. Kevin Bishop returns after knee sur- 
gery and he, too, has outstanding speed and a knack 
for getting to the ball. Marlon Moore also possesses 
outstanding speed and toughness and helped make 
a very quick impact to our team last season." 

Moore wasted no time stepping in to replace 
Kendall Ogle, who made the Cleveland Browns roster 
after finishing second in the ACC in tackles in '98. 
Moore paced all Terrapin defenders and finished sec- 
ond in the Atlantic Coast Conference in average tack- 
les per game (11.8) in '99, registering a career-best 
16 stops vs. Clemson. He also had a pair of 15-tackle 
games in addition to returning an interception for a 
touchdown in a win over North Carolina. 




Maryland's all-star linebacking crew is headed by Aaron Thompson (40), who has registered 26 
TFL's in just two seasons. Marlon Moore (35) ranked No. 2 in the ACC in average tackles per game 
last season, topping the Terps with 130 total stops. 

His inside linebacker mate, Kevin Bishop, was 
on pace for a 100-tackle season before he was shelved 
with a torn anterior cruciate ligament vs. NC State in 
the season's ninth game. Bishop, a transfer from 
South Florida, had a season-high 20 tackles vs. 
Clemson among his 84 stops. Bishop underwent suc- 
cessful surgery in December and is expected to re- 
turn in August. 

Thompson has been a fixture at outside line- 
backer for the past two years, starting all 22 games 
in '98 and '99. The Baltimore native is chasing 
Maryland's career record for tackles for losses — he 
has 26 in 22 games — and is on pace to finish among 
Maryland's all-time tackle leaders. With 111 tackles 
last season, Thompson now has 198 in his career, 
which puts him right on pace for a top-five Maryland 
ranking before his career is over. He will enter fall 
camp backed by redshirt freshman Leroy Ambush and 
true freshman Kenneth Jerry. 

At the rush linebacker position, redshirt fresh- 
man Mike Whaley moved into the No. 1 spot enter- 
ing fall drills with an impressive spring camp. He is 
backed by two-year letterman Ryan Swift, who has 
seen most of his action on special teams, and true 
freshmen Jon Condo and Kevin Eli. 

Vanderlinden added, "I feel as if we have the 
best starting trio of linebackers in the ACC and I'm 
also encouraged by our depth at that position. I ex- 
pect Leroy Ambush, Leon Joe, Monte Graves and 
Reggie Lewis to all contribute at the linebacker po- 
sitions and on special teams." 





Linebackers 


No. Name 


Hgt Wgt 


CI. 


Hometown 


24 Leroy Ambush 


6-1 


218 


RFr. 


Frederick, Md. 


39 Kevin Bishop 


6-2 


227 


Jr. 


St. Petersburg, Fta. 


47 Jon Condo 


6-3 


220 


Fr. 


Philipsburg, Pa. 


41 Kevin Eli 


6-4 


230 


Fr. 


Deptford, N.J. 


50 Nick Farver 


6-1 


230 


RFr. 


Westminster, Md. 


52 Monte Graves 


6-0 


229 


Jr. 


Annapolis, Md. 


42 E.J. Henderson 


6-2 


229 


So. 


Aberdeen, Md. 


93 Kenneth Jerry 


6-2 


210 


Fr. 


Melbourne, FLa. 


32 Leon Joe 


6-1 


212 


RFr. 


Clinton, Md. 


53 Reggie Lewis 


6-0 


230 


Jr. 


Chicago, III. 


91 Chris Linton 


6-2 


210 


Fr. 


Chesapeake, Va. 


35 Marlon Moore 


6-1 


221 


Jr. 


Brandywine, Md. 


48 Ryan Swift 


6-1 


231 


J'. 


Hinsdale, III. 


40 Aaron Thompson 6-1 


233 


J'. 


Baltimore, Md. 


55 Mike Whaley 


6- 1 


230 


^•. 


Lexington, S.C. 



Secondary 



Six lettermen return to a secondary unit that 
will be minus the services of 1999 All-American Lewis 
Sanders, a cornerback/kick returner who declared for 
the NFL draft after sharing the national lead in indi- 
vidual takeaways (six interceptions, three fumble 
recoveries) Last fall. 

Despite Sanders' decision, it is still a veteran 
unit for the Terps, who list one senior and four jun- 
iors among their top eight defensive backs. Shawn 
Forte, the lone senior, ancho om his free 

safety position, where he ranked among the ACC lead- 
ers in interceptions (4) last s<"- : I be backed 
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pete for immediate playing time. 

"Tony had an outstanding spring and has dis- 
played the ability to be one of the conference's best 
corners. Curome emerged from spring drills as a starter 
at the other corner position and has the size, strength 
and speed to be a good ACC corner. He just needs to 
play and gain experience. He should get better with 
each game." 

Other true freshmen include Ike Roberts and 
Curtis Williams. 



Free safety Shawn Forte, who had four interceptions last season, is one of six returning lettermen 
in the Terps' secondary unit. 

satile talent who figures to play a more prominent 
role in Maryland's defense after re-acclimating him- 
self to the opposite side of the ball a year ago. 

At strong safety are two-year letterman Rod 
Littles, who ranked tied for third on the squad in 
total tackles (84) while starting nine games in '99, 
and junior Tony Jackson, last year's opening-game 
starter who is back after being granted a medical 
hardship (broken ankle). 

"We should be strong at the safety position," 
reiterated Vanderlinden. "We have four players re- 
turning with extensive game experience. Forte has 
the ability to earn All-ACC honors with the speed, 
size and athleticism to cover a lot of field in the 
passing game. He also is very physical against the 
run, as is Rod Littles. Rod, too, has had significant 
playing time already and has improved greatly in his 
pass defense. 

"Randall Jones, for the first time, enters a 
season with a spring and preseason as a defensive 
back. Randall has outstanding ability and just has to 
play to improve. Tony Jackson returns after missing 
most of the 1999 season. He started as a true fresh- 
man and has tremendous instincts in the passing 
game." 

The corner positions will feature a veteran in 
junior Tony Okanlawon, who started the final three 
games and four overall last season, and redshirt fresh- 
man Curome Cox, who is expected to be an impact 
newcomer in 2000. It is at the corner posts where 
the Terps may be impacted most greatly by incoming 
freshmen. 

Said Vanderlinden, "At the corner position, I 
expect freshmen to emerge into the two-deep. Help 
could come from high-profile recruits Rovel Hamilton, 
Dennard Wilson or Ray Custis." 

Okanlawon, though, is an experienced player 
who has played in 20 games over the past two sea- 
sons, recording a career-high 12 total tackles late in 
the campaign vs. NC State in '99. He is considered a 
bona fide all-league candidate. Cox is a local product 
who played on the scout team last year after signing 
with the Terps out of Arlington, Va. Another redshirt 
freshman, Andrew Smith, Jr., is expected to com- 





Secondary 




No. Name 


Hgt Wgt 


CI. 


Hometown 


30 Curome Cox 


6-1 


192 


RFr. 


Arlington, Va. 


26 Raymond Custis 


5-8 


180 


Fr. 


Germantown, Md. 


19 Khary Oarlingtor 


5-11 


193 


So. 


Dover, Del. 


13 Shawn Forte 


6-0 


201 


Sr. 


Poughkeepsie, N.Y. 


8 Rovel Hamilton 


6-1 


180 


Fr. 


Melbourne, Fla. 


27 Tony Jackson 


6-1 


210 


Jr. 


Ellicott City, Md. 


14 Cliff Johnson 


6-2 


198 


RFr. 


Forest Hill, Md. 


12 Randall Jones 


6-2 


205 


Jr. 


Frederick, Md. 


29 Luke Kim 


5-9 


195 


So. 


Silver Spring, Md. 


33 Rod Littles 


5-11 


195 


Jr. 


Gainesville, Fla. 


11 Tony Okanlawon 


5-11 


193 


Jr. 


Forestville, Md. 


22 Derrell Poland 


6-1 


175 


Jr. 


Westville, N.J. 


38 Ike Roberts 


5-11 


175 


Fr. 


Staten Island, N.Y. 


23 Andrew Smith 


6-0 


196 


RFr. 


Fort Meade, Md. 


29 Tyrone Stewart 


6-0 


191 


So. 


Washington, D.C. 


37 Curtis Williams 


6-2 


190 


Fr. 


Huntington Sta., N.Y. 


36 Dennard Wilson 


5-11 


188 


Fr. 


Upper Marlboro, Md. 



Speciai Teams 

Brian Kopka, who came within one field goal 
of tying a Maryland single-season record (17) in 1999, 
returns for his senior campaign as a legitimate can- 
didate for the Lou Groza Award, given annually to 
the nation's top kicker. Kopka, an honorable men- 
tion All-American by Football News, is 34 of 49 life- 
time on field goal attempts. He was also an effective 
weapon on kickoffs as a junior, as 57 percent (35 of 
61) of his kickoffs resulted in touchbacks. He enters 
his final collegiate campaign in the No. 5 spot on 
Maryland's career scoring list (168 points). 

Said Vanderlinden, "I look for Brian to have 



an outstanding season. He is extremely dedicated 
and has the experience of being a three-year starter 
under his belt." 

Sophomore Brooks Barnard returns as the in- 
cumbent punter after taking over the No. 1 duties in 
the season's fourth game. Barnard was a major sur- 
prise for the Terps who ended up with a 42.1-yard 
average and third team Freshman All-American hon- 
ors from The Sporting News. The Terps rose 41 spots 
in NCAA net punting statistics after Barnard took 
over. He had 11 punts at least 50 yards in length. 

Both kickers ranked among national leaders 
last year — Kopka was 19th in field goals and 44th 
in scoring, Barnard was 34th in punting average. 

Overall, special teams performance should be 
a strength in 2000, with return units also showing 
vast improvement and quality results in the past two 
seasons. Junior Guilian Gary heads a cast of quality 
return artists. He ranked among national punt return 
leaders in 1999 and is on pace to challenge Mary- 
land team marks for career return yardage. 

Another notable in providing special teams 
continuity over the past three seasons is long-snap- 
per Scott Rudolph. Rudolph has started every game 
during the Vanderlinden era and begins his final sea- 
son snapping on punts, field goals and PATs. 

Lindy's Preseason Annual called the Terps' kick- 
ing game the best in the ACC. College Football News 
echoed the same ranking for Maryland's special teams. 



Specialists 




No.Name Hgt Wgt CI. 


Hometown 


16 Brooks Barnard 6-2 183 So. 


Arnold, Md. 


Jimmy Connolly 6-5 190 Fr. 


Bowie, Md. 


39 Zach Glaser 5-8 168 RFr. 


Niskayuna, N.Y. 


17 Brian Kopka 5-7 174 Sr. 


Hollywood, Fla. 


46 Nick Novak 6-0 170 Fr. 


Charlottesville, Va. 


87 Scott Rudolph 6-4 244 Sr. 


Churchville, Md. 


14 Vedad Siljkovic 6-2 204 Jr. 


Montenegro, Yug. 


10 Sean Starner 5-11 185 Sr. 


Mechanicsburg, Pa. 




Senior Brian Kopka, who booted 16 field goals 
as a junior, is listed No. 2 on the Groza Award 
watch list by The Sporting News. 



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33 

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Matt Kalapinski, 6-1. 224, Sr. 
Bernie Fiddler, 6-1, 239, R-Fr. 
Chad Killian, 6-2, 232, So. 
Zac Ryder, 5-11, 208, R-Fr. 
.Inn.' s Lynch, 5-11, 250. Fr. 



Jason Hatala. 5-10, 174, Sr. 
Guilian Gary. 6-0, 177, Jr. 
Moises Cruz, 5-11, 172, Sr. 
Daryl Whitmer, 6-0, 188, Jr. 
Maurice Shanks, 6-4, 175, Fr. 
Rob Abiamiri, 6-3, 195, Fr. 

77 Tim Howard, 6-4, 296. Sr. 

75 Eric Dumas, 6-6. 288, R-Fr. 

79 Lou Lombardo, 6-6, 280. Fr. 




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14 
4 
18 

11 
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* Calvin McCall. 6-3, 189, So OR 
Shaun Hill, 6-3, 229, Jr. 

* Latrez Harrison, 6-3. 222, So. 
Gil Harris, 6-1, 230, Jr. 

Matt Langlie, 6-0. 172. Jr. 
Chris Ketley, 6-2, 190. Fr. 

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15 • • • LaMont Jordan, 5-11. 220, Sr. 
7 * Bruce Perry, 5-9, 185, So. 
49 • Mukala Sikyala. Jr.. 5-8. 214, Sr. 
2 • Marc Riley, 6-3, 220, Jr. 
20 Chris Downs, 5-8, 190, Jr. 



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89 *** Jason Hatala, 5-10, 174, Sr. 
86 •• Moises Cruz, 5-11, 172, Sr. 
84 " Doug Patterson, 6-2. 208. Sr. 
81 Kevin Collins, WR, 6-3. 209. Sr. 




66 
61 
69 




30 
8 

38 



Mike Whaley, 6-1, 230, R-Fr. 
Ryan Swift. 6-1, 231, Jr. 
Jon Condo. 6-3, 220, Fr. 
Kevin Eli, 6-4, 230, Fr. 



Curome Cox. 6-1. 192, R-Fr. ^ 
Rovel Hamilton, 6-1, 180, Fr. 
Ike Roberts, 5-11. 175, Fr. 




Todd Wike. 6-3. 282, So. 
Ed Tyler, 6-3, 276, R-Fr. 
Reggie Kemp, 6-4, 300, Fr. 




Marlon Moore, 6-1, 221, Jr. 
Leon Joe, 6-1, 212, R-Fr. 
Reggie Lewis, 6-0, 230, Jr. 
Chris Linton, 6-2, 210, Fr. 




| *' 



57*** Kris Jenkins. 6-5. 292, Sr. 
70 Scott Smith, 6-4, 259, R-Fr. 
65 Chris Earhart, 6-4, 300, Jr. 



33 •• Rod Littles, 5-11. 195, Jr. 

27 *• Tony Jackson, 6-1, 210, Jr. 
19 Khary Darlington, 5-11, 193, So. 
14 Cliff Johnson, 6-2, 198. R-Fr. 



Jr. 



67 " Melvin Fowler, Jr., 6-3, 287 
54 Sam Marvis, 6-3. 265. So. 

68 Brandon Miller, 6-2, 284, R-Fr. 
72 Kyle Schmitt, 6-5, 275, Fr. 



64 
51 

73 
56 






Bob Krantz. 6-5, 283. So. 
Chris Snader. 6-5, 285. Jr. 
Lamar Bryant, 6-3, 274, R-Fr. 
James Evans, 6-4, 295, Jr. 



Charles Hill, 6-2. 283, Jr. 
Landon Jones, 6-4, 251. R-Fr. 
Tosin Abari, 6-0, 236, R-Fr. 
Cole Boykin, 6-1. 265, Fr. 



39 ' Kevin Bishop. 6-2. 227, Jr. 
42 • E.J. Henderson. 6-2, 229, So. 
52 * Monte Graves, 6-0, 229, Jr. 
5Q_ Nick Farver, 6-1, 230, R-Fr. 






78 
74 
65 



Matt Crawford, 6-6. 290, So. 
C.J. Brooks, 6-5, 290, Fr. 
Dolan Jablonski, 6-4, 301, Fr. 



95 William Shime, 6-4, 265, So. 

71 Durrand Roundtree, 6-3, 242, So. 

96 C.J. Feldheim, 6-3, 235, Fr. 
60 Jamahl Cochran, 6-0, 220, Fr. 



13 '* Shawn Forte, 6-0, 201, Sr. 

12 " Randall Jones, 6-2, 205, Jr. 

29 ' Tyrone Stewart, 6-0, 191, So. 
37 Curtis Williams, 6-2, 190, Fr. 





82 


Jeff Dugan, 6-4, 257, R-Fr. 


80 


** Eric James, 6-2, 252, Jr. 


92 


* Mike Hull, 6-5, 253, Sr. 


8,-; 


** Matt Murphy, 6-5. 250, Jr. 


8^ 


Ryan Flynn, 6-4, 235, Fr. 



40 
24 
93 



3 •'• Omar Cheeseboro. 6-2, 185, Sr. 
25 * Scooter Monroe, 6-1. 189. So. 
19 Jafar Williams. 6-2. 184, R-Fr. 
24 Jason Bell. 5-10. 173. So. 
34 Steve Suter, 5-9, 175, Fr. 





Aaron Thompson, 6-1, 233, Jr. 
Leroy Ambush, 6-1, 218, R-Fr. 
Kenneth Jerry, 6-2, 210. Fr. 



4 



11 
23 
36 
29 
26 
22 



Tony Okanlawon, 5-11. 193. Jr. 
Andrew Smith. Jr.. 6-0, 196. R-Fr. 
Dennard Wilson. 5-11. 188. Fr. 
Luke Kim. 5-9. 195. So. 
Raymond Custis. 5-8. 18C 
Derrell Poland, 6-1, 175, Jr. 




Specialists 



PK 17*** Brian Kopka, 5-7. 174, Sr. 
14 Vedad Siljkovic, 6-2. 204. Jr. 
46 Nick Novak, 6-0. 170, Fr. 



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No. 


it/turn 

Name 


Pos. 


Hgt 


IIL 

Wgt 


•a 

Cl 


Exp 


luster 

Hometown (High School/Last School) 


97 


Tosin Abari 


DT 


6-0 


236 


Fr. 


RS 


Mt. Rainier, Md. (Good Counsel) 


85 


Rob Abiamiri 


WR 


6-3 


195 


Fr. 


HS 


Randallstown, Md. (Mount St. Joseph) 


24 


Leroy Ambush 


LB 


6-1 


218 


Fr. 


RS 


Frederick, Md. (Thomas Johnson) 


16 


Brooks Barnard 


P 


6-2 


183 


So 


IV 


Arnold, Md. (Broadneck/Oklahoma) 


24 


Jason Bell 


WR 


5-10 


173 
227 


So 


RS 


Silver Spring, Md. (John F. Kennedy) 


39 


Kevin Bishop 


LB 


6-2 


Jr 


IV 


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


63 


Cole Boykin 


DT 


6-1 


265 


Fr. 


HS 


Jersey City, N.J. (Hudson Catholic) 


74 


C.J. Brooks 


0L 


6-5 


290 


Fr. 


HS 


Rex, Ga. (Morrow) 


73 


Lamar Bryant 


0L 


6-3 


274 


Fr. 


RS 


Clinton, Md. (Crossland) 


3 


Omar Cheeseboro 


WR 


6-2 


185 


Sr 

Fr. 


3V 


East Orange, N.J. (Immaculate Conception) 


60 


Jamahl Cochran 


DE 


6-0 


220 


HS 


Morristown, N.J. (Morristown) 


81 


Kevin Collins 


WR 


6-3 


209 


Sr 


SQ 


Grosse Pointe, Mich. (Grosse Pointe North/Grossmont JC) 


47 


Jon Condo 


LB 


6-3 


220 


Fr. 


HS 


Philipsburg, Pa. (Philipsburg-Osceola) 




Jimmy Connolly 


LS 


6-5 


190 


Fr. 


HS 


Bowie, Md. (DeMatha) 


30 


Curome Cox 


CB 


6-1 


192 
290 


Fr. 
So 


RS 


Arlington, Va. (Gonzaga College HS) 


78 


Matt Crawford 


OT 


6-6 


IV 


Moravia, N.Y. (Moravia) 


86 


Moises Cruz 


WR 


5-11 


172 


Sr 


2V 


Germantown, Md. (Seneca Valley) 


26 


Raymond Custis 


DB 


5-8 


180 


Fr. 


HS 


Germantown, Md. (Northwest) 


19 


Khary Darlington 


S 


5-11 


193 


So 


SQ 


Dover, Del. (Dover/Naval Academy Prep) 


20 


Chris Downs 


TB 


5-8 


190 


Jr 


TR 


Philadelphia, Pa. (Malvern Prep/Valley Forge Military Academy) 


82 


Jeff Dugan 


TE 


6-4 


257 


Fr. 


RS 


Allison Park, Pa. (Central Catholic) 


75 


Eric Dumas 


0T 


6-6 


288 


Fr. 


RS 


Atlanta, Ga. (Benjamin Mays) 


65 


Chris Earhart 


DT 


6-4 


300 


Jr 


TR 


Nokesville, Va. (Brentsville/Montgomery CC) 


41 


Kevin Eli 


LB 


6-4 


230 


Fr 


HS 


Deptford, N.J. (Deptford) 


56 


James Evans 


OL 


6-4 


295 
230 


Jr 


TR 


Teaneck, N.J. (Teaneck/Nassau CC) 
Westminster, Md. (Westminster) 


50 


Nick Farver 


LB 


6-1 


Fr. 


RS 


96 


C.J. Feldheim 


DE 


6-3 


235 


Fr 


HS 


Parkton, Md. (Hereford) 


44 


Bernie Fiddler 


FB 


6-1 


239 


Fr 


RS 


Swedesboro, N.J. (Kingsway) 


87 


Ryan Flynn 


TE 


6-4 


235 


Fr 


HS 


Youngstown, Ohio (Cardinal Mooney) 


13 


Shawn Forte 


FS 


6-0 


201 


Sr 


2V 


Poughkeepsie, N.Y. (Poughkeepsie) 


67 


Melvin Fowler, Jr. 


C 


6-3 


287 


Jr 


2V 


Wheatly Heights, N.Y. (Half Hollow Hills) 


21 


Guilian Gary 


WR 


6-0 


177 


Jr 


2V 


Horseheads, N.Y. (Horseheads) 


39 


Zach Glaser 


PK 


5-8 


168 


Fr 


RS 


Niskayuna, N.Y. (Niskayuna) 


52 


Monte Graves 


LB 


6-0 


229 


Jr 


IV 


Annapolis, Md. (St. Mary's) 


8 


Rovel Hamilton 


CB 


6-1 


180 
230 


Fr 


HS 


Melbourne, Fla. (Eau Gallie) 


18 


Gil Harris 


QB 


6-1 


Jr 


SQ 


Virginia Beach, Va. (Tallwood) 


4 


Latrez Harrison 


QB 


6-3 


222 


Sc 


IV 


Atlanta, Ga. (Booker T. Washington) 


89 


Jason Hatala 


WR 


5-10 


174 


Sr 


3V 


Centreville, Va. (Centreville) 


42 


E.J. Henderson 


LB 


6-2 


229 


So 


IV 


Aberdeen, Md. (Aberdeen) 


98 


Charles Hill 


DT 


6-2 


283 


Jr 
Jr 


2V 
TR 


Palmer Park, Md. (Eleanor Roosevelt) 
Parsons, Kan. (Parsons/Hutchinson CC) 


14 


Shaun Hill 


QB 


6-3 


229 


77 


Tim Howard 


OT 


6-4 


296 


Sr 


SQ 


Leonardo, N.J. (Middletown South) 


92 


Mike Hull 


TE 


6-5 


253 


Sr 


IV 


Hagerstown, Md. (South Hagerstown) 


65 


Dolan Jablonski 


OL 


6-4 


301 


Fr 


HS 


Edgewater, Md. (St. John's College HS) 


27 


Tony Jackson 


SS 


6-1 


210 
252 


Jr 
Jr 


RS 


Ellicott City, Md. (Wilde Lake) 
Washington, D.C. (Anacostia) 


80 


Eric James 


TE 


6-2 


2V 


57 


Kris Jenkins 


DT 


6-5 


292 


Sr 


3V 


Ypsilanti, Mich. (Belleville) 


93 


Kenneth Jerry 


LB 


6-2 


210 


Fr 


HS 


Melbourne, Fla. (Eau Gallie) 


32 


Leon Joe 


LB 


6-1 


212 


Fr 


RS 


Clinton, Md. (Friendly) 


14 


Cliff Johnson 


SS 


6-2 


198 


Fr 
Fr 


RS 


Forest Hill, Md. (Loch Raven) 


99 


Landon Jones 


DT 


6-4 


251 


RS 


Marion, Ohio (Harding) 


12 


Randall Jones 


FS 


6-2 


205 


Jr 


2V 


Frederick, Md. (Thomas Johnson/Naval Academy Prep) 


15 


LaMont Jordan 


TB 


5-11 


220 


Sr 


3V 


Forestville, Md. (Suitland) 


45 


Matt Kalapinski 


FB 


6-1 


224 


Sr 


3V 


Marshfield, Mass. (Marshfield) 


1 


Chris Kelley 


QB 


6-2 


190 


Fr 
Fr 


HS 
HS 


Germantown, Md. (Seneca Valley) 


69 


Reggie Kemp 


OL 


6-4 


300 


Hyattsville, Md. (Northwestern) 


31 


Chad Killian 


FB 


6-2 


232 


Sc 


. SQ 


Pittsburgh, Pa. (Fox Chapel) 


29 


Luke Kim 


DB 


5-9 


195 


Sc 


. SQ 


Silver Spring, Md. (Paint Branch) 


17 *** Brian Kopka 


PK 


5-7 


174 


Sr 


3V 


Hollywood, Fla. (Hollywood Hills) 


64 


Bob Krantz 


OG 


6-5 


283 


Sc 


SQ 


Clifton, Va. (Centreville) 





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No. Name 


Pos. Hgt 


Wgt 


CI. 


Exp. Hometown (High School/Last School) 




11 Matt Langlie 


QB 6-0 


172 


Jr. 


RS Kensington, Md. (Walter Johnson) 




23 Mark Lebida 


WR/P 5-11 


187 


Sr. 


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




53 Reggie Lewis 


LB 6-0 


230 


Jr. 


IV Chicago, III. (Carver) 




91 Chris Linton 


LB 6-2 


210 


Fr. 


HS Chesapeake, Va. (Oscar Smith) 




33 ** Rod Littles 


SS 5-11 


195 
280 


Jr. 


2V Gainesville, Fla. (Gainesville) 




79 Lou Lombardo 


0T 6-6 


Fr. 


HS Baltimore, Md. (Calvert Hall) 


5 James Lynch 


FB 5-11 


250 


Fr. 


HS Washington, D.C. (Dunbar) 




54 Sam Marvis 


C 6-3 


265 


So. 


SQ Greensburg, Pa. (Hempfield Area) 




9 * Calvin McCall 


QB 6-3 


189 


So. 


IV Miami, Fla. (Dr. Phillips) 




68 Brandon Miller 


C 6-2 


284 


Fr. 
So. 


RS Olney, Md. (Good Counsel) 




25 Scooter Monroe 


WR 6-1 


189 


IV Abington, Md. (John Carroll) 




35 Marlon Moore 


LB 6-1 


221 


Jr. 


2V Brandywine, Md. (Potomac) 




88 ** Matt Murphy 


TE 6-5 


250 


Jr. 


2V New Haven, Mich. (New Haven) 




46 Nick Novak 


PK 6-0 


170 


Fr. 


HS Charlottesville, Va. (Albemarle) 




11 Tony Okanlawon 


CB 5-11 


193 
208 


Jr. 


2V Forestville, Md. (DeMatha) 




84 Doug Patterson 


WR 6-2 


Sr. 


2V Shelby Township, Mich. (Eisenhower) 




7 Bruce Perry 


TB 5-9 


185 


So. 


IV Philadelphia, Pa. (George Washington) 




22 Derrell Poland 


CB 6-1 


175 


Jr. 


TR Westville, N.J. (Deptford Township/Morgan State) 




2 * Marc Riley 


TB 6-3 


220 


Jr. 


IV Coram, N.Y. (Longwood) 




38 Ike Roberts 


DB 5-11 


175 


Fr. 
So. 


HS Staten Island, N.Y. (Tottenville) 




71 Durrand Roundtree 


DL 6-3 


242 


SQ Baltimore, Md. (Lansdowne) 




87 *** Scott Rudolph 


LS 6-4 


244 


Sr. 


3V Churchville, Md. (C. Milton Wright) 




33 Zac Ryder 


FB 5-11 


208 


Fr. 


RS Huntington Beach, Calif. (Huntington Beach) 




72 Kyle Schmitt 


0L 6-5 


275 


Fr. 


HS Latrobe, Pa. (Derry Area) 




22 Maurice Shanks 


WR 6-4 


175 
265 


Fr. 
So. 


HS Hampton, Va. (Phoebus) 

SQ Ft. Washington, Md. (Bishop McNamara) 




95 William Shime 


DE 6-4 


49 * Mukala Sikyala, Jr. 


TB 5-8 


214 


Sr. 


IV Lanham, Md. (Einstein/Tuskegee) 




14 Vedad Siljkovic 


PK 6-2 


204 


Jr. 


RS Montenegro, Yugoslavia (John F. Kennedy (N.Y.)/Nassau CC) 




23 Andrew Smith, Jr. 


DB 6-0 


196 


Fr. 


RS Fort Meade, Md. (Meade) 




70 Scott Smith 


DL 6-4 


259 


Fr. 
Jr. 


RS Philadelphia, Pa. (George Washington) 




51 * Chris Snader 


0G 6-5 


285 


IV Bishopville, Md. (Stephen Decatur) 




10 Sean Starner 


P 5-11 


185 


Sr. 


IV Mechanicsburg, Pa. (Cedar Cliff) 




29 Tyrone Stewart 


FS 6-0 


191 


So. 


IV Washington, D.C. (Anacostia) 




34 Steve Suter 


WR 5-9 


175 


Fr. 


HS Manchester, Md. (North Carroll) 




48 Ryan Swift 


LB 6-1 


231 
233 


Jr. 
Jr. 


2V Hinsdale, III. (Hinsdale Central) 




40 Aaron Thompson 


LB 6-1 


2V Baltimore, Md. (Mount St. Joseph) 




61 Ed Tyler 


OL 6-3 


276 


Fr. 


RS Franklinville, N.J. (Delsea) 




Matt Wattleworth 


TE 6-2 


235 


Fr. 


HS Potomac, Md. (Churchill) 




55 Mike Whaley 


LB 6-1 


230 


Fr. 


RS Lexington, S.C. (Lexington/Fork Union Military Academy) 




43 ** DarylWhitmer 


WR 6-0 


188 


Jr. 
So. 


2V Waldorf, Md. (Westlake) 




66 • Todd Wike 


OG 6-3 


282 


IV Lebanon, Pa. (Lebanon) 




37 Curtis Williams 


S 6-2 


190 


Fr. 


HS Huntington Station, N.Y. (Huntington) 




19 Jafar Williams 


WR 6-2 


184 


Fr. 


RS Philadelphia, Pa. (George Washington) 




36 Dennard Wilson 


CB 5-11 


188 


Fr. 


HS Upper Marlboro, Md. (DeMatha) 




Key: * indicates varsity letters earned; 


RS indicates redshirted in 


1999; SQ indicates on squad in 1999 but did not letter; HS indicates high school; 


TR 


indicates transfer. 
















Pronunciation Guide 










Mark Lebida luh-BEE-duh 






... toe-suhn uh-BAR-ee 




Tony Okanlawon oh-KAHN-luh-wahn 




Rob Abiamiri 


eye-BE-uh-meery 




Derrell Poland duh-RELL 




Curome Cox 


curr-OHM 






William Shime SHE-may 




Moises Cruz 


moses 






Mukala Sikyala moo-CALL-uh sick-YAHL-uh 




Khary Darlington 


KAR-ee 






Vedad Siljkovic vuh-DAD SILL-kuh-vick 




Eric Dumas 


DOO-mus 






Steve Suter rhymes with scooter 




Shawn Forte 


FOR-tay 






Todd Wike rhymes with bike 






JOO-lee-uhn 






Jafar Williams juh-FAR 




Monte Graves ..T. 


mahn-TAY 






Dennard Wilson duh-NARD 




Latrez Harrison 


luh-TREZ 


i 










juh-BLAHN-sk 




ran-DELL 






Levern Belin lee-VERN BEE-L 






COP-kuh 






Elliot Uzelac YOO-zuh-lack 




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2000 Numerical Roster 



No. 

1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

7 

8 

9 

10 
11 
11 
12 
13 
14 
14 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
19 
20 
21 
22 
22 
23 
23 
24 
24 
25 
26 
27 
29 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 
50 
51 
52 



Name 


Pos. 


Hgt 


Wgt 


CI. 


Exp 


Chris Kelley 


QB 


6-2 


190 


Fr. 


HS 


Marc Riley 


TB 


6-3 


220 


Jr. 


IV 


Omar Cheeseboro 


WR 


6-2 


185 


Sr. 


3V 


Latrez Harrison 


QB 


6-3 


222 


So. 


IV 


James Lynch 


FB 


5-11 


250 


Fr. 


HS 


Bruce Perry 


TB 


5-9 


185 


So. 


IV 


Rovel Hamilton 


CB 


6-1 


180 


Fr. 


HS 


Calvin McCall 


QB 


6-3 


189 


So. 


IV 


Sean Starner 


P 


5-11 


185 


Sr. 


IV 


Matt Langlie 


QB 


6-0 


172 


Jr. 


RS 


Tony Okanlawon 


CB 


5-11 


193 


Jr. 


2V 


Randall Jones 


FS 


6-2 


205 


Jr. 


2V 


Shawn Forte 


FS 


6-0 


201 


Sr. 


2V 


Shaun Hill 


QB 


6-3 


229 


Jr. 


TR 


Cliff Johnson 


SS 


6-2 


198 


Fr. 


RS 


Vedad Siljkovic 


PK 


6-2 


204 


Jr. 


RS 


LaMont Jordan 


TB 


5-11 


220 


Sr. 


3V 


Brooks Barnard 


P 


6-2 


183 


So. 


IV 


Brian Kopka 


PK 


5-7 


174 


Sr. 


3V 


Gil Harris 


QB 


6-1 


230 


Jr. 


SQ 


Khary Darlington 


S 


5-11 


193 


So. 


SQ 


Jafar Williams 


WR 


6-2 


184 


Fr. 


RS 


Chris Downs 


TB 


5-8 


190 


Jr. 


TR 


Guilian Gary 


WR 


6-0 


177 


Jr. 


2V 


Derrell Poland 


CB 


6-1 


175 


Jr. 


TR 


Maurice Shanks 


WR 


6-4 


175 


Fr. 


HS 


Mark Lebida 


WR/P 


5-11 


187 


Sr. 


RS 


Andrew Smith, Jr. 


DB 


6-0 


196 


Fr. 


RS 


Leroy Ambush 


LB 


6-1 


218 


Fr. 


RS 


Jason Bell 


WR 


5-10 


173 


So. 


RS 


Scooter Monroe 


WR 


6-1 


189 


So. 


IV 


Raymond Custis 


DB 


5-8 


180 


Fr. 


HS 


Tony Jackson 


SS 


6-1 


210 


Jr. 


RS 


Luke Kim 


DB 


5-9 


195 


So. 


SQ 


Tyrone Stewart 


FS 


6-0 


191 


So. 


IV 


Curome Cox 


CB 


6-1 


192 


Fr. 


RS 


Chad Killian 


FB 


6-2 


232 


So. 


SQ 


Leon Joe 


LB 


6-1 


212 


Fr. 


RS 


Rod Littles 


SS 


5-11 


195 


Jr. 


2V 


Zac Ryder 


FB 


5-11 


208 


Fr. 


RS 


Steve Suter 


WR 


5-9 


175 


Fr. 


HS 


Marlon Moore 


LB 


6-1 


221 


Jr. 


2V 


Dennard Wilson 


CB 


5-11 


188 


Fr. 


HS 


Curtis Williams 


S 


6-2 


190 


Fr. 


HS 


Ike Roberts 


DB 


5-11 


175 


Fr. 


HS 


Kevin Bishop 


LB 


6-2 


227 


Jr. 


IV 


Zach Glaser 


PK 


5-8 


168 


Fr. 


RS 


Aaron Thompson 


LB 


6-1 


233 


Jr. 


2V 


Kevin Eli 


LB 


6-4 


230 


Fr. 


HS 


E.J. Henderson 


LB 


6-2 


229 


So. 


IV 


Daryl Whitmer 


WR 


6-0 


188 


Jr. 


2V 


Bernie Fiddler 


FB 


6-1 


239 


Fr. 


RS 


Matt Kalapinski 


FB 


6-1 


224 


Sr. 


3V 


Nick Novak 


PK 


6-0 


170 


Fr. 


HS 


Jon Condo 


LB 


6-3 


220 


Fr. 


HS 


Ryan Swift 


LB 


6-1 


231 


Jr. 


2V 


Mukala Sikyala, Jr. 


TB 


5-8 


214 


Sr. 


IV 


Nick Farver 


LB 


6-1 


230 


Fr. 


RS 


Chris Snader 


OG 


6-5 


285 


Jr. 


IV 


Monte Graves 


LB 


6-0 


229 


Jr. 


IV 



Hometown (High School/Last School) 

Germantown, Md. (Seneca Valley) 

Coram, N.Y. (Longwood) 

East Orange, N.J. (Immaculate Conception) 

Atlanta, Ga. (Booker T. Washington) 

Washington, D.C. (Dunbar) 

Philadelphia, Pa. (George Washington) 

Melbourne, Fla. (Eau Gallie) 

Miami, Fla. (Dr. Phillips) 

Mechanicsburg, Pa. (Cedar Cliff) 

Kensington, Md. (Walter Johnson) 

Forestville, Md. (DeMatha) 

Frederick, Md. (Thomas Johnson/Naval Academy Prep) 

Poughkeepsie, N.Y. (Poughkeepsie) 

Parsons, Kan. (Parsons/Hutchinson CC) 

Forest Hill, Md. (Loch Raven) 

Montenegro, Yugoslavia (John F. Kennedy (N.Y.)/Nassau CC) 

Forestville, Md. (Suitland) 

Arnold, Md. (Broadneck/Oklahoma) 

Hollywood, Fla. (Hollywood Hills) 

Virginia Beach, Va. (Tallwood) 

Dover, Del. (Dover/Naval Academy Prep) 

Philadelphia, Pa. (George Washington) 

Philadelphia, Pa. (Malvern Prep/Valley Forge Military Academy) 

Horseheads, N.Y. (Horseheads) 

Westville, N.J. (Deptford Township/Morgan State) 

Hampton, Va. (Phoebus) 

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

Fort Meade, Md. (Meade) 

Frederick, Md. (Thomas Johnson) 

Silver Spring, Md. (John F. Kennedy) 

Abington, Md. (John Carroll) 

Germantown, Md. (Northwest) 

Ellicott City, Md. (Wilde Lake) 

Silver Spring, Md. (Paint Branch) 

Washington, D.C. (Anacostia) 

Arlington, Va. (Gonzaga College HS) 

Pittsburgh, Pa. (Fox Chapel) 

Clinton, Md. (Friendly) 

Gainesville, Fla. (Gainesville) 

Huntington Beach, Calif. (Huntington Beach) 

Manchester, Md. (North Carroll) 

Brandywine, Md. (Potomac) 

Upper Marlboro, Md. (DeMatha) 

Huntington Station, N.Y. (Huntington) 

Staten Island, N.Y. (Tottenville) 

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

Niskayuna, N.Y. (Niskayuna) 

Baltimore, Md. (Mount St. Joseph) 

Deptford, N.J. (Deptford) 

Aberdeen, Md. (Aberdeen) 

Waldorf, Md. (Westlake) 

Swedesboro, N.J. (Kingsway) 

Marshfield, Mass. (Marshfield) 

Charlottesville, Va. (Albemarle) 

Philipsburg, Pa. (Philipsburg-Osceola) 

Hinsdale, III. (Hinsdale Central) 

Lanham, Md. (Einstein/Tuskegee) 

Westminster, Md. (Westminster) 

Bishopville, Md. (Stephen Decatur) 

Annapolis, Md. (St. Mary's) 



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No. Name 


Pos. Hgt 


Wgt 


CI. 


Exp. Hometown (High School/Last School) 




53 Reggie Lewis 


LB 6-0 


230 


Jr. 


IV Chicago, III. (Carver) 




54 Sam Marvis 


C 6-3 


265 


So. 


SQ Greensburg, Pa. (Hempfield Area) 




55 Mike Whaley 


LB 6-1 


230 


Fr. 


RS Lexington, S.C. (Lexington/Fork Union Military Academy) 




56 James Evans 


OL 6-4 


295 


Jr. 


TR Teaneck, N.J. (Teaneck/Nassau CC) 




57 * *' Kris Jenkins 


DT 6-5 


292 


Sr. 


3V Ypsilanti, Mich. (Belleville) 




60 Jamahl Cochran 


DE 6-0 


220 


Fr. 


HS Morristown, N.J. (Morristown) 




61 Ed Tyler 


0L 6-3 


276 


Fr. 


RS Franklinville, N.J. (Delsea) 




63 Cole Boykin 


DT 6-1 


265 


Fr. 


HS Jersey City, N.J. (Hudson Catholic) 




64 Bob Krantz 


0G 6-5 


283 


So. 


SQ Clifton, Va. (Centreville) 




65 Chris Earhart 


DT 6-4 


300 


Jr. 


TR Nokesvitle, Va. (Brentsville/Montgomery CC) 




65 Oolan Jablonski 


0L 6-4 


301 


Fr. 


HS Edgewater, Md. (St. John's College HS) 




66 * Todd Wike 


OG 6-3 


282 


So. 


IV Lebanon, Pa. (Lebanon) 




67 Melvin Fowler, Jr. 


C 6-3 


287 


Jr. 


2V Wheatly Heights, N.Y. (Half Hollow Hills) 




68 Brandon Miller 


C 6-2 


284 


Fr. 


RS Olney, Md. (Good Counsel) 




69 Reggie Kemp 


0L 6-4 


300 


Fr. 


HS Hyattsville, Md. (Northwestern) 




70 Scott Smith 


DL 6-4 


259 


Fr. 


RS Philadelphia, Pa. (George Washington) 




71 Durrand Roundtree 


DL 6-3 


242 


So. 


SQ Baltimore, Md. (Lansdowne) 




72 Kyle Schmitt 


0L 6-5 


275 


Fr. 


HS Latrobe, Pa. (Derry Area) 




73 Lamar Bryant 


OL 6-3 


274 


Fr. 


RS Clinton, Md. (Crossland) 




74 C.J. Brooks 


0L 6-5 


290 


Fr. 


HS Rex, Ga. (Morrow) 




75 Eric Dumas 


0T 6-6 


288 


Fr. 


RS Atlanta, Ga. (Benjamin Mays) 




77 Tim Howard 


0T 6-4 


296 


Sr. 


SQ Leonardo, N.J. (Middletown South) 




78 * Matt Crawford 


0T 6-6 


290 


So. 


IV Moravia, N.Y. (Moravia) 




79 Lou Lombardo 


0T 6-6 


280 


Fr. 


HS Baltimore, Md. (Calvert Hall) 




80 ** Eric James 


TE 6-2 


252 


Jr. 


2V Washington, D.C. (Anacostia) 




81 Kevin Collins 


WR 6-3 


209 


Sr. 


SQ Grosse Pointe, Mich. (Grosse Pointe North/Grossmont JC) 




82 Jeff Dugan 


TE 6-4 


257 


Fr. 


RS Allison Park, Pa. (Central Catholic) 




84 Doug Patterson 


WR 6-2 


208 


Sr. 


2V Shelby Township, Mich. (Eisenhower) 




85 Rob Abiamiri 


WR 6-3 


195 


Fr. 


HS Randallstown, Md. (Mount St. Joseph) 




86 ** Moises Cruz 


WR 5-11 


172 


Sr. 

Fr. 


2V Germantown, Md. (Seneca Valley) 




87 Ryan Flynn 


TE 6-4 


235 


HS Youngstown, Ohio (Cardinal Mooney) 




87 *** Scott Rudolph 


LS 6-4 


244 


Sr. 


3V Churchville, Md. (C. Milton Wright) 




88 ** Matt Murphy 


TE 6-5 


250 


Jr. 


2V New Haven, Mich. (New Haven) 




89 *** Jason Hatala 


WR 5-10 


174 


Sr. 


3V Centreville, Va. (Centreville) 




91 Chris Linton 


LB 6-2 


210 


Fr. 


HS Chesapeake, Va. (Oscar Smith) 




92 * Mike Hull 


TE 6-5 


253 


Sr. 


IV Hagerstown, Md. (South Hagerstown) 




93 Kenneth Jerry 


LB 6-2 


210 


Fr. 


HS Melbourne, Fla. (Eau Gallie) 




95 William Shime 


DE 6-4 


265 


So. 


SQ Ft. Washington, Md. (Bishop McNamara) 




96 C.J. Feldheim 


DE 6-3 


235 


Fr. 


HS Parkton, Md. (Hereford) 




97 Tosin Abari 


DT 6-0 


236 


Fr. 


RS Mt. Rainier, Md. (Good Counsel) 




98 ■* Charles Hill 


DT 6-2 


283 


Jr. 


2V Palmer Park, Md. (Eleanor Roosevelt) 




99 Landon Jones 


DT 6-4 


251 


Fr. 


RS Marion, Ohio (Harding) 




Jimmy Connolly 


LS 6-5 


190 


Fr. 


HS Bowie, Md. (DeMatha) 




Matt Wattleworth 


TE 6-2 


235 


Fr. 


HS Potomac, Md. (Churchill) 




Key: * indicates varsity letters earned; 


RS indicates redshirted in 


1999; SQ indicates on squad in 1999 but did not letter; HS indicates high school; 


TR 


indicates transfer 
















Pronunciation Guide 










Mark Lebida luh-BEE-duh 




Tosin Abari 


toe-suhn uh- 


BAR-ee 




Tony Okanlawon oh-KAHN-luh-wahn 




Rob Abiamiri 


eye-BE-uh-meery 




Derrell Poland duh-RELL 




Curome Cox 


curr-OHM 






William Shime SHE-may 




Moises Cruz 


moses 






Mukala Sikyala moo-CALL-uh sick-YAHL-uh 




Khary Darlington 


KAR-ee 






Vedad Siljkovic vuh-DAD SILL-kuh-vick 




Eric Dumas 


DOO-mus 






Steve Suter rhymes with scooter 




Shawn Forte 


FOR-tay 






Todd Wike rhymes with bike 






JOO-lee-uhn 






Jafar Williams juh-FAR 




Monte Graves 


mahn-TAY 






Dennard Wilson duh-NARD 




Latrez Harrison 


luh-TREZ 




Dolan Jablonski 


juh-BLAHN-ski 








Randall Jones 


ran-DELL 






Levern Belin lee-VERN BEE-luhn 






COP-kuh 


Elliot Uzelac YOO-zuh-lack 




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Terps By State 



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Maryland (411 



97 Tosin Abari DT RFr. 

85 Rob Abiamiri WR Fr. 
24 Leroy Ambush LB RFr. 
16 Brooks Barnard P So. 

24 Jason Bell WR So. 
73 Lamar Bryant OL RFr. 

Jimmy Connolly LS Fr. 

86 Moises Cruz WR Sr. 

26 Raymond Custis DB Fr. 

50 Nick Farver LB RFr. 
96 C.J. Feldheim DE Fr. 
52 Monte Graves LB Jr. 

42 E.J. Henderson LB So. 

98 Charles Hill DT Jr. 
92 Mike HuLl TE Sr. 
65 Dolan Jablonski OL Fr. 

27 Tony Jackson SS Jr. 
32 Leon Joe LB RFr. 

14 Cliff Johnson SS RFr. 
12 Randall Jones FS Jr. 

15 LaMont Jordan TB Sr. 
1 Chris Kelley QB Fr. 

69 Reggie Kemp OL Fr. 

29 Luke Kim DB So. 

11 Matt Langlie QB Jr. 

79 Lou Lombardo OT Fr. 

68 Brandon Miller C RFr. 

25 Scooter Monroe WR So. 

35 Marlon Moore LB Jr. 
11 Tony Okanlawon CB Jr. 
71 Durrand Roundtree DL So. 

87 Scott Rudolph LS Sr. 
95 William Shime DE So. 
49 Mukala Sikyala, Jr. TB Sr. 
23 Andrew Smith, Jr. DB RFr. 

51 Chris Snader OG Jr. 
34 Steve Suter WR Fr. 
40 Aaron Thompson LB Jr. 

Matt Wattleworth TE Fr. 

43 Daryl Whitmer WR Jr. 

36 Dennard Wilson CB Fr. 



Mt. Rainier, Md. 
Randallstown, Md. 
Frederick, Md. 
Arnold, Md. 
Silver Spring, Md. 
Clinton, Md. 
Bowie, Md. 
Germantown, Md. 
Germantown, Md. 
Westminster, Md. 
Parkton, Md. 
Annapolis, Md. 
Aberdeen, Md. 
Palmer Park, Md. 
Hagerstown, Md. 
Edgewater, Md. 
ELLicott City, Md. 
Clinton, Md. 
Forest Hill, Md. 
Frederick, Md. 
Forestville, Md. 
Germantown, Md. 
Hyattsville, Md. 
Silver Spring, Md. 
Kensington, Md. 
Baltimore, Md. 
Olney, Md. 
Abington, Md. 
Brandywine, Md. 
Forestville, Md. 
Baltimore, Md. 
Churchville, Md. 
Ft. Washington, Md. 
Lanham, Md. 
Fort Meade, Md. 
Bishopville, Md. 
Manchester, Md. 
Baltimore, Md. 
Potomac. Md. 
Waldorf, Md. 
Upper Marlboro, Md. 



District of Columbia (3) 



80 Eric James 
5 James Lynch 
29 Tyrone Stewart 



TE Jr. Washington, D.C. 
FB Fr. Washington, D.C. 
FS So. Washington, D.C. 



California (1) 



33 Zac Ryder 



FB RFr. Huntington Beach, Calif. 



Delaware 111 



19 Khary Darlington S So. Dover, Del. 



Florida (6) 



Kevin Bishop 

8 Rovel Hamilton 
93 Kenneth Jerry 
17 Brian Kopka 

33 Rod Littles 

9 Calvin McCall 



LB Jr. St. Petersburg, Fla. 

CB Fr. Melbourne, Fla. 

LB Fr. Melbourne, Fla. 

PK Sr. Hollywood, Fla. 

SS Jr. Gainesville, Fla. 

QB So. Miami, Fla. 



Georgia (31 



74 C.J. Brooks OL Fr. Rex, Ga. 

75 Eric Dumas 0T RFr. Atlanta, Ga. 
4 Latrez Harrison QB So. Atlanta, Ga. 



N.H. Maine 




Illinois 121 

53 Reggie Lewis LB Jr. Chicago, III. 

48 Ryan Swift LB Jr. Hinsdale, III. 

Kansas 111 

14 Shaun Hill QB Jr. Parsons, Kan. 

Massachusetts (1) 



45 Matt Kalapinski 



FB Sr. Marshfield, Mass. 



Michigan (41 



81 Kevin Collins 

57 Kris Jenkins 

88 Matt Murphy 

84 Doug Patterson 



WR Sr. Grosse Pointe, Mich. 

DT Sr. Ypsilanti, Mich. 

TE Jr. New Haven, Mich. 

WR Sr. Shelby Township, Mich. 



New Jersey C10) 



63 
3 

60 
41 
56 
44 
77 
23 
22 
61 



Cole Boykin 
Omar Cheeseboro 
Jamahl Cochran 
Kevin Eli 
James Evans 
Bernie Fiddler 
Tim Howard 
Mark Lebida 
Derrell Poland 
Ed Tyler 



DT 
WR 
DE 
LB 
OL 
FB 
0T 
WR/PSr. 
CB Jr. 
OL RFr. 



Fr. 
Sr. 
Fr. 
Fr. 
Jr. 
RFr. 
Sr. 



Jersey City, N.J. 
East Orange, N.J. 
Morristown, N.J. 
Deptford, N.J. 
Teaneck, N.J. 
Swedesboro, N.J. 
Leonardo, N.J. 
Edison, N.J. 
Westville, N.J. 
Franklinville, N.J. 



New York (8] 



78 Matt Crawford 



13 
67 
21 
39 
2 



Shawn Forte 
Melvin Fowler, Jr. 
Guilian Gary 
Zach Glaser 
Marc Riley 



OT So. Moravia, N.Y. 

FS Sr. Poughkeepsie, N.Y. 

C Jr. Wheatly Heights, N.Y. 

WR Jr. Horseheads, N.Y. 

PK RFr. Niskayuna, N.Y. 

TB Jr. Coram, N.Y. 



38 


Ike Roberts DB Fr. Staten Island, N.Y. 


37 


Curtis Williams S Fr. Huntington Station, N.Y 




Ohio (21 


87 


Ryan Flynn TE Fr. Youngstown, Ohio 


99 


Landon Jones DT RFr. Marion, Ohio 




Pennsylvania (11) 


47 


Jon Condo LB Fr. Philisburg, Pa. 


20 


Chris Downs TB Jr. Philadelphia, Pa. 


82 


Jeff Dugan TE RFr. Allison Park, Pa. 


31 


Chad Killian FB So. Pittsburgh, Pa. 


54 


Sam Marvis C So. Greensburg, Pa. 


7 


Bruce Perry TB So. Philadelphia, Pa. 


72 


Kyle Schmitt OL Fr. Latrobe, Pa. 


70 


Scott Smith DL RFr. Philadelphia, Pa. 


10 


Sean Starner P Sr. Mechanicsburg, Pa. 


66 


Todd Wike OG So. Lebanon, Pa. 


19 


Jafar Williams WR RFr. Philadelphia, Pa. 




South Carolina (1) 


55 


Mike Whaley LB RFr. Lexington, S.C. 



Virginia (8) 



30 
65 
18 
89 
64 
91 
46 



Curome Cox 
Chris Earhart 
Gil Harris 
Jason Hatala 
Bob Krantz 
Chris Linton 
Nick Novak 



22 Maurice Shanks 



CB RFr. 

DT Jr. 

QB Jr. 

WR Sr. 

OG So. 

LB Fr. 

PK Fr. 

WR Fr. 



Arlington, Va. 
Nokesville, Va. 
Virginia Beach, Va. 
Centreville. Va. 
Clifton, Va. 
Chesapeake, Va. 
Charlottesville, Va. 
Hampton, Va. 



Yugoslavia (1] 



14 Vedad Siljkov 



PK Jr. Montenegro, Yugoslavia 



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Lettermen Returning 




Lettermen Lost 




Starters Returning (15) 










(1999 starts/career starts in parenthes 


5; 




Offense 121) 




Offense (101 




Offense (7) 




Quarterback 


Latrez Harrison, Calvin McCall 


Quarterback Trey Evans 


FB 


Matt Kalapinski 


10/25 










TB 


LaMont Jordan 


10/22 


Tailback 


LaMont Jordan, Bruce Perry, Marc 


Tailback 


Gavin DeFreitas, Harold Westley 


C 


Melvin Fowler 


11/22 




Riley, Mukala Sikyala, Jr. 






OT 


Matt Crawford 


11/11 






Fullback 


Marc Riley, Kenny Rogers 


OG 


Todd Wike 


10/10 


Fullback 


Matt Kalapinski 






QB 


Calvin McCall 


9/9 






Receiver 


Jermaine Arrington 


WR 


Jason Hatala 


7/8 


Receiver 


Omar Cheeseboro, Moises Cruz, 














Guilian Gary, Jason Hatala, Scooter 


Line 


Michael George, Brad Messina, Jamie 




Defense (6) 






Monroe, Doug Patterson, Daryl 




Wu 


OLB 


Aaron Thompson 


11/22 




Whitmer 






FS 


Shawn Forte 


9/18 






Tight End 


John Waerig 


DT 


Kris Jenkins 


8/16 


Line 


Matt Crawford, Melvin Fowler, Chris 






ILB 


Marlon Moore 


11/11 




Snader, Todd Wike 






SS 


Rod Littles 


9/10 








Defense (9) 


ILB 


Kevin Bishop 


9/9 


Tight End 


Mike Hull, Eric James, Matt Murphy 
















Line 


Eric Calendine, Delbert Cowsette, Pe- 




Special Teams (2) 








ter Timmins 


PK 


Brian Kopka 


11/29 




Defense (151 






P 


Brooks Barnard 


7/7 




Charles Hill, Kris Jenkins 


Linebacker Erwyn Lyght, Corey Smith, Jon 
Watkins 








Line 




Starters Lost (9] 


Linebacker 


Kevin Bishop, Monte Graves, E.J. 


Secondary 


Bryn Boggs, Renard Cox, Lewis Sand- 


(1999 starts/career starts in parentheses) 




Henderson, Reggie Lewis, Marlon 
Moore, Ryan Swift, Aaron Thompson 




ers 




Offense (4) 










Specialists [11 


OT 


Brad Messina 


11/32 


Secondary 


Shawn Forte, Tony Jackson, Randall 






OG 


Jamie Wu 


11/22 




Jones, Rod Littles, Tony Okanlawon, 


Snapper 


John Helmer 


TE 


John Waerig 


11/22 




Tyrone Stewart 

Specialists (41 






WR 


Jermaine Arrington 


10/18 






A| 




Defense (5) 










DT 


Delbert Cowsette 


11/33 


Kicker 


Brian Kopka 


■*r i 




DE 
CB 


Peter Timmins 
Lewis Sanders 


9/24 
11/21 


Punter 


Brooks Barnard, Sean Starner 






RLB 


Erwyn Lyght 


11/20 


Snapper 


Scott Rudolph 




L. . v 


hkj 


CB 


Renard Cox 


8/8 




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Kevin Bishop is one of 15 letterwinners 
returning on defense. 



Matt Crawford is one of seven returning starters 
on offense. 



Offense 

Returning: 21 Lost: 10 

Defense 

Returning: 15 Lost: 9 

Specialty 

Returning: 4 Lost: 1 

1999 Starters at a Glance 
Offense 

Returning: 7 Lost: 4 

Defense 

Returning: 6 Lost: 5 



Specialty 



Returning: 2 Lost: 



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LaMont Jordan, Sr., TB 

Top 5 Heisman Trophy Candidate, Street & Smith's 

No. 7 Heisman Trophy Candidate, Lindy's 

No. 8 Heisman Trophy candidate, The Sporting News 

1st team All-American, Athlon 

1st team Ail-American, Blue Ribbon 

1st team Ail-American, College Football News 

1st team All-American, Football News 

1st team All-American, Lindy's 

1st team All-American, Playboy 

1st team All-American, Street & Smith's 

1st team All-American, The Sporting News 

No. 1, All-America Checklist, Lindy's 

No. 2, All-America Checklist, The Sporting News 

No. 2, All-America Checklist, College Football News 

ACC Offensive Player of the Year, College Football 

News 
ACC Offensive Player of the Year, Lindy's 
ACC Offensive Player of the Year, The Sporting News 
1st team All-ACC, Athlon 
1st team All-ACC, Blue Ribbon 
1st team All-ACC, College Football News 
1st team All-ACC, Football News 
1st team All-ACC, Lindy's 
1st team All-ACC, Street & Smith's 
1st team All-ACC, The Sporting News 




LaMont Jordan was featured on the cover of the 2000 
Athlon Sports College Football Preview. Jordan was 
named a preseason first team All-American by eight 
different media outlets including Athlon. 

Brooks Barnard, So., P 

2nd team All-ACC, Lindy's 

Shawn Forte, Sr., FS 

2nd team All-ACC, Lindy's 



Jordan Unanimous Preseason All-American 

Heading into a senior campaign in which he could become the leading rusher in Atlantic Coast 
Conference history and challenge the top ten college running backs of all-time, Maryland tailback 
LaMont Jordan (Forestville, Md.) has been named a preseason first team All-American by eight major 
publications released through June. 

In an informal survey including eight national preview magazines (Athlon, Blue Ribbon, College 
Football News, Football News, Lindy's, Playboy, Street & Smith's and The Sporting News), Jordan joined 
Michigan offensive lineman Steve Hutchinson and Wisconsin defensive back Jamar Fletcher as the only 
unanimous first team selections. 

Other consistent notables from among all eight lists were TCU run- 
ning back Ladainian Tomlinson and Florida defensive lineman Alex Brown, 
both of whom were chosen to first, second or third teams in all eight 
publications. Tomlinson, a primary contender with Jordan for the cov- 
eted Doak Walker national running back award, was a first-teamer by 
six of eight publications and second team on two others. Brown was a 
second team selection only by Athlon. 

Linebackers Keith Adams of Clemson and Jamie Winborn of Vanderbilt 
both were first team selections on all seven All-America teams to which 
they were chosen. 




Melvin Fowler, Jr., C 

No. 7, All-America Checklist, The Sporting News 

No. 14, All-America Checklist, Lindy's 

1st team All-ACC, Athlon 

1st team, All-ACC, Lindy's 

1st team, All-ACC, The Sporting News 

Charles Hill, Jr., BT 

2nd team All-ACC, Lindy's 

2nd team All-ACC, The Sporting News 

Matt Kalapinski, Sr., FB 

No. 3, All-America Checklist, The Sporting News 

Marlon Moore, Jr., LB 

Honorable Mention All-American, Street & Smith's 

Brian Kopka, Sr., PK 

Honorable Mention All-American, College Football 

News 
No. 2 Lou Groza Award Candidate, The Sporting News 
No. 2, All-America Checklist, The Sporting News 
No. 8, All-America Checklist, College Football News 
1st team All-ACC, Athlon 
1st team All-ACC, Blue Ribbon 
1st team All-ACC, College Football News 
1st team All-ACC, Lindy's 
1st team All-ACC, The Sporting News 

Tony Okanlawon, Jr., CB 

2nd team All-ACC, The Sporting News 

Aaron Thompson, Jr., LB 

No. 14, All-America Checklist, Lindy's 

2nd team All-ACC, Lindy's 

2nd team All-ACC, The Sporting News 



National Unit Awards 

No. 7 Offensive Backfield, Lindy's 

No. 8, Linebackers, Lindy's 

No. 17, Offensive Backfield, College Football News 

No. 26, Wide Receivers, College Football News 

No. 37, Offensive Line, College Football News 




LaMont Jordan was also featured on the cover of 
Street and Smith's College Football Preview. 



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Terp Tidbits 

► Maryland returns 40 
letterwinners — 21 
offense. 15 defense, four 
specialists — from its 
1999 squad. Of those. 15 
are returning starters. 

► The Terrapins' two deep 
roster includes 49 players 
from the District of 
Columbia. Northern 
Virginia and the state of 
Maryland. 

► A pair of nationally- 
ranked specialists — 
Brooks Barnard and Brian 
Kopka — return in 2000 
help make Maryland's 
special teams units among 
the best in the Atlantic 
Coast Conference. 



Returning Player Profiles 50 

Honors Candidates 

Brooks Barnard 50 

Matt Crawford 53 

Shawn Forte 56 

Melvin Fowler, Jr 56 

Charles Hill 60 

Kris Jenkins 63 

LaMont Jordan 65 

Matt Kalapinski 67 

Brian Kopka 68 

Marlon Moore ~'2 

Tony Okanla.von ... ...73 

Aaron Thompson . 

Todd Wike .. 30 

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Tosin 

Abari 

Defensive Tackle 

Mt. Rainier, Md. 

(Good Counsel] 

6-0 • 236 • R-Freshman 

On Abari: Hard-working, young player who backed 
up at nose tackle during spring drills ... has added 
size during his true freshman season, after walking 
on to the Maryland program in fall 1999 ... listed 
third on the depth chart ... had three tackles includ- 
ing a sack in the spring game. 

1999: Redshirt season. 

High School: Graduated from Good Counsel High 
School in the D.C. metro area ... played linebacker 
and defensive end while lettering four years in foot- 
ball ... helped his team to an 8-3 record as a senior, 
recording 154 tackles and eight sacks ... team was 
24-6 in final three seasons ... team captain and ALL- 
WCAC ... also lettered two years in wrestling ... rep- 
resentative on the student council ... prepped with 
Maryland teammate Brandon Miller. 

Personal: Tosin Abari ... born April 15, 1981 ... son 
of Muyis Abari (father) and Ayo Badru ... parents are 
of Nigerian descent ... majoring in letters and sci- 
ences. 



Abari Up Close 

My goal for 2000 is: to win a bowl game 

The one thing that stands out most about Coach 

Vanderlinden is: his leadership skills 

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

any doubts in your mind as to how hard you work." 

The word that best describes me is: hard-working 

If I could change one thing in the world, it would 

be: end poverty and hunger 
My ambition after college is to be: a business en- 
trepreneur 





Leroy 

Ambush 

Outside Linebacker 

Frederick, Md. 

(Thomas Johnson! 

6-1 • 218 • R-Freshman 

On Ambush: One of a talented crew of redshirt fresh- 
men linebackers who give the Terps tremendous 
depth, youth and talent ... local product who should 
draw playing time as a redshirt freshman in 2000 ... 
backs up Aaron Thompson at an outside position ... 
listed No. 2 on the fall depth chart ... five tackles in 
spring game. 

1999: Redshirt season. 

High School: Graduated from Gov. Thomas Johnson 
High School in Frederick, Md. ... consensus all-state 
linebacker as a junior 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 All-American by PrepStar and 
an all-region choice by SuperPrep ... as a junior, 
helped lead his team to the state 3A title game and 
an 11-2 record ... totaled 125 tackles, including 11 
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 News-Post Mid-Maryland Defensive 
Player of the Year as a junior ... was a second 
team all-state selection as a sophomore in 1996 
after rushing for more than 800 yards and help- 
ing his team to a 10-2 record ... was a team- 
mate of current Maryland quarterback Randall ,'i 
Jones in 1996 ... coach was Ben Wright, who " 
rated him the best linebacker he's ever 
coached and among the most gifted athletes 
ever at Gov. Thomas Johnson High. 





Brooks 

Barnard 

Punter 

Arnold, Md. 

(Rroadneck/Oklahoma) 

6-2 • 183 • R-Sophomore, IV 

On Barnard: Honors candidate specialist pairs with 
Brian Kopka to form a reputable punter-kicker combo 
on special teams ... preseason second team All-ACC 
punter by Lindy's Preseason Annual ... joins Kopka to 
form the ACC's top kicking and special teams units 
as selected by Lindy's and College Football News ... 
sophomore punter who returns after a walk-on sea- 
son which resulted in freshman All-America honors 
and a No. 34 NCAA ranking ... local product who 
originally went to Oklahoma to pursue a degree in 
meteorology ... tall, lean, athletic specialist. 

1999: Played in eight games, started in seven ... 
third-team Freshman All-America by The Sporting News 
... ranked 34th nationally with 42.1 yards per punt 
... Terps' best punting average since 1993, third- 
best overall and best ever by a freshman ... since 
taking over as Maryland's full-time punter against 
Wake Forest, Terps rose 41 positions in NCAA net 
punting statistics (103rd to 62nd) ... after an eight- 
yarder in his second punt at Wake, he boasted 39 
punts the rest of the year for 1,687 yards 
and a 43.25-yard average ... 48.8 and 
{ 45.0-yard averages vs. Duke and Florida 
State were among top 10 single- 
game efforts in Maryland history 
... 10 punts downed inside the 
20-yard line ... 11 punts of 




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Personal: Leroy Ambush ... born March 16 
1981 ... son of Kim and Leroy Ambush .. 
majoring in letters and sciences. 



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Ambush Up Close 

My goal for 2000 is: to win the ACC championship 
Someday I would like to take a trip to: Africa 
The one thing that stands out most about Coach 

Vanderlinden is: his attitude 
The best advice I've ever received is: "Work hard 

and you will be rewarded." 
My craziest ambition is: to go bungee jumping 
If I could change one thing in the world, it would 

be: racism 



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50 yards or better . . . entered fall camp as a walk-on, 
listed No. 2 on the depth chart ... first action came 
at Georgia Tech, named the No. 1 punter the follow- 
ing week. 

College: Attended Oklahoma for one semester in fall 
1998 before transferring to Maryland. 

High School: Graduated from Broadneck High School 
in 1998 ... four-year letterwinner while helping team 
to 24-16 record in four seasons, 16-5 as a junior and 
senior ... holds all school records for kicking and 
punting ... averaged 42.4 yards per punt as a senior 
... made good on 96 of 99 PATs in his prep career ... 
18 career field goals ... four-year all-county selec- 
tion ... all-state as a junior and senior ... active in 
Fellowship of Christian Athletes. 

Personal: Brooks Alexander Barnard ... born Nov. 4, 
1979 ... son of John and Karen Barnard ... majoring 
in kinesiology ... named after former Orioles third 
baseman Brooks Robinson. 



Career Statistics 



Punting G-GS Punts Yds 
1999 8-7 42 1,767 



Avg 
42.1 



LP 

62 



Barnard Up Close 

My goal for 2000 is: to be consistent and contrib- 
ute to a bowl-bound team 
Someday I would like to take a trip to: Hawaii 
The best advice I've ever received is: "The grass 
isn't always as green on the other side of the 
street." 
My craziest ambition is: to be a weather forecaster, 

and a kicker in the NFL 
The word that best describes me is: trustworthy 
If I could change one thing in the world, it would 
be: to give children equal opportunities growing 
up in life 





Jason 

Bell 

Wide Receiver 

Silver Spring, Md. 

(John F. Kennedy) 

5-10 • 173 • R-Sophomore 

On Bell: Walk-on wide receiver who joined the Mary- 
land program midway through the 1999 season as a 
sophomore and has remained through spring drills. 

1999: Redshirt season. 

1998: Attended Maryland, but did not play football. 

High School: Graduated from John F. Kennedy High 
School in 1998 ... played one year of football where 
he was a cornerback and wide receiver during the 
1997 season and was named his team's most im- 



proved player ... wrestled in the 152-pound weight 
classification ... lettered in tennis in four seasons 
as both a doubles and singles player ... won the 
school's Cavalier Award in tennis, and was a team 
captain in both football and tennis ... high school 
coach was Joe Johnson. 

Personal: Jason Eblon Bell ... born May 29, 1980 
... son of Russell and Sandra Bell ... father is a 
retired member of the U.S. Capitol Police ... older 
brothers Russell III and Larry also attended Mary- 
land ... majoring in kinesiology. 



Bell Up Close 

My goal for 2000 is: to make the Dean's List 
Someday I would like to take a trip to: Paris 
The word that best describes me is: hard-working 
My ambition after college, other than pro foot- 
ball, is to: become a sports doctor 





Kevin 

Bishop 

Linebacker 

St. Petersburg, Fla. 

(Northeast/South Florida) 

6-2 • 227 • Junior 1V 

On Bishop: Second-year junior at Maryland who 
earned nine starts in his first Division I season ... 
knee injury at NC State forced him to miss the last 
two games of 1999 ... third-leading returning tack- 
ier who joins junior linebacking mates Marlon Moore 
and Aaron Thompson to form what Lindy's Preseason 
Annual calls the eighth-best linebacking unit in the 
country ... a quick and agile linebacker with good 
instincts and the ability to get to the football ... 
underwent postseason knee surgery in 1999 ... ex- 
pected to resume football career in August ... par- 
ticipated in daily rehabilitation with Terp strength 
coaches during spring and summer. 

1999: Started the first nine games at inside line- 
backer and finished third on the team in tackles ... 
had 84 total tackles and averaged 9.3 per game ... 
missed the final two games after a knee injury at NC 
State ... had seven tackles for loss while adding four 
pass breakups and a pair of forced fumbles ... posted 
16 tackles at Wake Forest and a career-high 20 against 
Clemson ... also had nine solos against Clemson ... 
earned a starting position late in 1999 fall camp ... 
attended spring drills in his first semester at Mary- 
land. 

1998: Sat out the 1998 season and eventually trans- 
ferred to Maryland for spring drills. 

1997: Redshirted his freshman season of 1997 as a 
linebacker at the University of South Florida. 






High School: Graduated from Northeast High School 
in 1997 ... was a first team class 5A all-state choice 
as a defensive back 
as a senior in 1996 
... also played de- 
fensive back and 
slot back ... 
was se- 
lected 
t h e 
Pinellas 
County 
Player 
of the 
Year 
by the 
St. Pe- 
Times and Tampa 
. was also selected 
to the West Central Florida 
Super 15 team ... as a se- 
nior, averaged 12.7 yards 
per carry (43 carries for 545 
yards) in addition to catch- 
ng 23 passes for 445 yards 
... totaled 15 touchdowns ... 
also intercepted three passes 
... lettered in basketball and 



irsonal: Kevin James Bishop ... born 
Sept. 28, 1978 ... son of Diana 
Bishop ... majoring in criminology 
and criminaljustice ... was a mem- 
ber of the National Honor Society ... attended a jun- 
ior college, Harper-Rainey College in Illinois, after 
transferring from University of South Florida ... 1999 
Maryland scholar-athlete ... member of 1999 All-ACC 
Football Academic Team. 

Career Statistics 

Defense G-GS UT AT TT TFL Sacks Int 

1999 9-9 40 44 84/9.3 7-16 0.0-0 0-0 




Bishop Up Close 

My goal for 2000 is: to play in a bowl game 
Someday I would like to take a trip to: Ireland 
The best advice I've ever received is: "To be proud 

of who you are and where you're from." 
If I lost all my possessions except one, I'd like to 

keep: my family 
My craziest ambition is: to be a guitar player in a 

rock band 
My favorite type of food is: anything with peanut 

butter 



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Lamar 

Bryant 

Offensive Line 

Clinton, Md. 

(Crossland) 

6-3 • 274 • R-Freshman 

On Bryant: Redshirt freshman expected to make sig- 
nificant contribution at offensive guard or tackle in 
2000 ... a local prep signee in spring 1999, he was 
expected to have an impact as a true freshman until 
he fractured the fifth metatarsal in his left foot on 
the first day of fall camp ... big, strong athlete who 
worked behind Bob Krantz at right guard during 2000 
spring drills. 

1999: Redshirt season. 

High School: Graduated from Crossland High School 
in 1999 ... was a second team All-Met selection by 
the Washington Post and a first team All-Prince 
George's 4A choice as a senior ... named an All-Ameri- 
can by PrepStar and an all-region selection by 
SuperPrep ... played both offensive tackle and de- 
fensive tackle as a senior ... credited with 33 pan- 
cake blocks and allowed just one sack ... on defense, 
he totaled 48 tackles, six sacks and two forced 
fumbles ... played right tackle on offense and defen- 
sive tackle as a junior, his first season of organized 
football ... also played varsity basketball ... "Lamar 
is a tremendous athlete for his size and a fierce com- 
petitor. His work ethic is incredible," said his high 
school coach, Alan Arlington. "He hasn't even be- 
gun to reach his potential." 

Personal: Lamar Cornell Bryant ... born Jan. 11, 1981 
... son of Ivey Ray Bryant and Elizabeth Washington 
... majoring in letters and sciences. 



Bryant Up Close 

My goal for 2000 is: to get better both academi- 
cally and athletically so my parents will be proud 
Someday I would like to take a trip to: Japan 
The word that best describes me is: hard-working 
If I had the power to change any rule in college 
football, it would be: to make offensive linemen 
eligible for a pass 
My favorite type of food is: anything on my plate 
My favorite professional sports team is: the Wash- 
ington Redskins 





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Omar 
Cheeseboro 

Wide Receiver 

East Orange, N.J. 

[Immaculate Conception) 

6-2 • 185 • Senior, 3V 

On Cheeseboro: Tal- 
ented receiver who is a 
big target waiting for a 
big year with the Terps 
... three-year 
letterwinner 
with skills » ' 
of a big- r 
play re- RjjB 
ceiver ... 
expect 
ing to re^ 
gain 
knack 
for big 
catches, 
havin 

caught four TDs 
as a freshman ... 
hoped to be one of 
the top playmakers 
in the Terps' wide re- 
ceiver corps ... 30 ca- 
reer catches for 405 
yards and 13.5 yards per 
catch ... sidelined in spring 
with a broken bone in his left 
wrist though will return for fall camp. 

1999: Appeared in all 11 games (one start) and to- 
taled nine receptions for 111 yards ... averaged 12.3 
yards per reception ... lone start came vs. Duke ... 
posted three two-reception games (Western Carolina, 
NC State, Virginia) ... season-high 33 receiving yards 
vs. NC State. 

1998: Had seven receptions for 88 yards as a sopho- 
more ... appeared in all 11 games with consecutive 
starts at Virginia and West Virginia ... had season 
highs of four catches and 67 yards against the Moun- 
taineers. 

1997: Appeared in all 11 games as a true freshman, 
finishing tied for fourth on the team in receptions 
(14) and second in average yards per catch (14.7) ... 
led the team with his four touchdown catches ... 
had TD grabs vs. Temple and Wake Forest and two vs. 
North Carolina State ... had a season-high four catches 
(49 yards) in season finale vs. Georgia Tech ... had 
season-high 77 receiving yards in 10th game of the 
season, vs. NC State ... made a pair of starts against 
Virginia and Georgia Tech. 

High School: Graduated from Immaculate Concep- 



tion High School in 1997 ... an all-state selection as 
a senior who helped his team to back-to-back con- 
ference championships ... earned All-America hon- 
ors from SuperPrep and All-East recognition from Tom 
Lemming ... was an honorable mention All-American 
by the National Recruiting Advisor ... scored more 
than 1,000 points as a member of the basketball 
team ... high school coach was John Finnegan. 



Personal: Omar S. Cheeseboro .. 
... son of Ruby and Sam Thomas . 
nology and criminal justice. 



born Feb. 14, 1977 
. majoring in crimi- 




Career Statistics 

Receiving G-GS Rec Yds Avg TD LP 

1997 11-2 14 206 14.7 4 46 

1998 11-2 7 88 12.6 25 

1999 11-1 9 111 12.3 30 
Totals 33-5 30 405 13.5 4 46 



Kick Ret. G-GS 

1997 11-2 

1998 11-2 

1999 11-1 
Totals 33-5 



Ret 

3 
2 

5 



Yds 

41 

37 



78 



Avg TD 

13.7 

18.5 
0.0 

15.6 



LP 

23 

20 



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Cheeseboro Up Close 

My goal for 2000 is: to stay healthy 

My craziest ambition is: playing in the NBA 

If I could change one thing in the world, it would 

be: eliminate poverty 
The best advice I've ever received is: "Forget the 
people who don't believe in you, believe in your- 
self." 
If I lost all my possessions except one, I'd like to 

keep: my Bible 
My favorite pro sports team is: the Philadelphia 
76ers 




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Kevin 

Collins 

Wide Receiver 

Grosse Pointe, Mich. (Grosse 

Pointe North/Grossmont JO 

6-3 • 209 • Senior 

On Collins: Senior wideout with good size who at- 
tended Maryland last year after two seasons at the 
junior college level ... expected to compete for time 
on special teams and provide depth in the wide re- 
ceiver corps. 

1999: Played in four games on special teams as a 
junior, but did not letter. 

Junior College: Played two seasons at Grossmont 
College in San Diego, Calif. 

High School: Graduated from Grosse Pointe North 
High School in 1996. 



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Personal: Kevin James Collins ... born Dec. 20, 1977 
... son of James Collins and Mary Kasalitz ... major- 
ing in communications ... 1999 Maryland scholar- 
athlete. 



Collins Up Close 

My goal for 2000 is: to earn ACC All-Academic hon- 
ors and play in a bowl game 

Someday I would like to take a trip to: the French 
Riviera 

The one thing that stands out most about Coach 
Vanderlinden is: his ability to give me a second 
chance 

The best advice I've ever received is: "Enjoy play- 
ing a kid's game as long as you can." 

If I lost all my possessions except one, I'd like to 
keep: my credit card 

My craziest ambition is: to disappear for a year and 
travel all over the world 





Com Up Ciose 

The one thing that stands out most about Coach 
Vanderlinden is: his personality 

The best advice I've ever received is: you only get 
out of something what you put into it 

If I lost all my possessions except one, I'd like to 
keep: my Bible 

My craziest ambition is: to win the tottery 

If I could change one thing in the world, it would 
be: to end homelessness 

My ambition after college, other than pro foot- 
ball, is to: be a successful businessman 



CUROME 

Cox 

cornerback 

Arlington, Va. 

(Gonzaga College H.S.) 

6-1 • 192 • R-Freshman 

On Cox: Talented cornerback prospect who will chal- 
lenge for starting time as a redshirt freshman in 2000 
... played with the No. 1 defense during spring drills 
after redshirting his true freshman campaign in 1999 
... expected to receive considerable playing time 
following the loss of cornerbacks Lewis Sanders and 
Renard Cox (no relation). 

1999: Redshirt season. 

High School: Graduated from D.C.'s Gonzaga College 
High School in 1999 ... was a first team All-Wash- 
ington Catholic Athletic Conference selection as a 
defensive back and a second team All-Met selection 
by the Washington Post ... also was accorded All- 
America honors by PrepStar and honorable mention 
All-America honors from USA Today ... as a senior in 
1998, averaged an impressive 25.8 yards per recep- 
tion, catching 22 passes for 567 yards and nine touch- 
downs ... on defense, recorded five interceptions ... 
averaged nearly 21 yards on eight punt returns ... 
helped his team to a final record of 11-2 and a final 
ranking of No. 9 by the Washington Post .... Gonzaga 
captured the WCAC South Division title and reached 
the WCAC championship game vs. DeMatha ... was a 
preseason All-American by PrepStar prior to his se- 
nior year ... was a starter at wide receiver and 
cornerback as a junior in 1997 when Gonzaga went 
12-1 and won the WGAC title ... played on the var- 
sity as a sophomore ... a sprinter on the track team 
... high school coach was Maus Collins. 

Personal: Curome Lineal Cox ... born Feb. 28, 1981 
... son of Linda Foster .... majoring in letters and 
sciences ... 1999 Maryland scholar-athlete. 



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Matt 

Crawford 

Offensive Tackle 

Moravia, N.Y. 

(Moravia! 

6-6 • 290 • R-Sophomore. IV 

On Crawford: Third-year sophomore who returns as 
the incumbent starter at right tackle ... impressive 
freshman campaign resulted in national honors ... 
one of four redshirt sophomore offensive linemen on 
the 2000 roster ... player with good size who is ex- 
pected only to continue to improve. 

1999: Second-team Freshman All-America selection 

by The Sporting News as a redshirt freshman . . . started 

all 11 games at right tackle for an offensive unit 

that led the ACC and finished 

12th nationally in rushing 

. _ 4i yards per game (231.4) ... 

gjgj part of an offensive 

line that 

allowed a 

league 

ow 11 

sacks ... 




the Terps finished 54th nationally in total offense, 
jumping 51 spots from the previous year. 

1998: Redshirt season. 

High School: Graduated from Moravia (N.Y.) High 
School in 1998 ... first team all-state selection in 
1997 by the New York sportswriters association ... 
rated New York's No. 8 prospect overall by SuperPrep, 
the No. 8 offensive line prospect in the Big East Re- 
gion in the preseason by PrepStar and the No. 14 
overall prospect in the state by Tom Lemming ... 
started every game for four seasons ... played both 
ways (offensive tackle and defensive tackle) in addi- 
tion to handling his team's placekicking and punt- 
ing chores ... selected to the "Golden 50" squad, an 
all-star game matching the top players from New York 
and New Jersey ... also was named a Section IV Con- 
ference all-star ... as a defensive player he totaled 
20 career sacks and eight fumble recoveries ... re- 
cruited by Michigan State, Rutgers and Ole Miss. ... 
high school coach was Steve Woodard. 

Personal: Matthew David Crawford ... born Jan. 8, 
1980 ... son of Sheila and Dave Crawford ... majoring 
in criminology and criminal justice. 



Crawford Up Close 

My goal for 2000 is: to go to a bowl game 
Someday I would like to take a trip to: Hawaii 
My craziest ambition is: to go sky-diving 
If I could change one thing in the world, it would 

be: poverty 
If I had the power to change or add any rule in 

college football (game related), it would be: 

eliminate holding 
My favorite food is: pizza 





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Moises 
Cruz 

Wide Receiver 

Germantown, Md. 

(Seneca Valley) 

5-11- 172 • R Senior 2V 

On Cruz: Senior receiver who has played in 21 games 
and started 18 ... leading receiver as a redshirt fresh- 
man, and second-leading pass-catcher as a sopho- 
more ... did not play for the Terps as a junior, elect- 
ing to sit out to attend to personal concerns ... has 
posted 44 career receptions, with at least one recep- 
tion in 17 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 cam- 
paign ... returned to action during 2000 spring prac- 
tice, and caught two balls for 42 yards in the Red- 
White spring game. 

1999: Sat out his junior season for personal rea- 
sons. 



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1998: An every-game starter but for a double tight 
end formation to begin the Virginia game ... sec- 
ond-leading re- 
ceiver with 
15 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 recep- 
tion vs. Florida State 
cut Seminole lead to 13- 
7 ... second TD recep- 
tion helped Terps to a 
14-14 tie with Duke 
after one quarter. 

1997: Appeared in 
10 of 11 games 
and made eight 
starts as a redshirt 
freshman ... led the team in receptions (29) and re- 
ceiving yards (337) as a rookie ... his one TD catch 
came in the opener (vs. Ohio), when he registered 
season highs for receptions (6) and receiving yards 
(91) ... had five catches (for 53 yards) vs. Clemson 
and four catches each vs. North Carolina, North Caro- 
lina State and Georgia Tech ... did not have a drop 
all season. 

1996: Redshirt season. 

High School: Graduated from Seneca Valley High 
School in 1996 ... named ALl-ACC Area by Tom Lem- 
ming, National Recruiting Advisor and BlueChip ... was 
an all-county selection as a wide receiver ... played 
both sides of the ball in high school ... also played 
basketball, baseball and ran track ... high school 
coach was Terry Changuris. 

Personal: Moises Arturo Cruz ... born March 2, 1978 
... son of Maryland Ibarra and Angel Cruz ... major- 
ing in criminology and criminal justice ... earned 
scholar-athlete honors in 1997. 




Career Statistics 



Receiving G-GS 

1997 10-8 

1998 11-10 

1999 DNP 
Totals 21-18 



Rec 

29 

15 

44 



Yds 

337 
183 

520 



Avg TD 

11.6 1 

12.2 2 

11.8 3 



LP 

35 
28 

35 



Cruz Up Ciose 

My goal for 2000 is: to prepare myself to be a suc- 
cessful adult after football and graduation 
The one thing that stands out most about Coach 

Vanderlinden is: his support for his players 
The best advice I've ever received is: "Work hard." 
My craziest ambition is: to parachute out of a plane 
My ambition after college, other than pro foot- 
ball, is to: join the Secret nrvice or go to law 
school 
Who would I most like to meet?: Jerry Rice 



Khary 

Darlington 

Safety 

Dover, Del 

(Dover/Naval Academy Prep! 

5-11 • 193 • R-Sophomore 

On Darlington: Third-year sophomore who was shifted 
to a safety position during his second season with 
the Terrapin program ... walk-on who joined the pro- 
gram in 1998 as a linebacker ... former team co- 
captain at U.S. Naval Academy Prep School along- 
side current Terp teammate Randall Jones. 

1999: Appeared in six games, mostly on special 
teams, and registered one tackle. 

1998: Redshirt season. 

Prep School: Attended U.S. Naval Academy Prep 
School in Rhode Island in 1997-98 ... was a co-cap- 
tain alongside current Terp teammate Randall Jones 
... averaged 9.4 tackles per game as team's leading 
tackier. 

High School: Graduated from Dover High School in 
1997 ... played free safety and tailback in high school 
... rushed for 1,188 yards and averaged 6.2 yards 
per carry 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, 
earning first team all-conference honors both sea- 
sons ... 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 fresh- 
man and sophomore ... competed in hurdle events 
and 4x100 and 4x200 relays ... team was state track 
champion both years ... was class president and stu- 
dent council member ... National Honor Society ... 
3.64 high school GPA. 

Personal: Khary Theo Darlington ... born Feb. 12, 
1979 ... son of Barbara and Ted Darlington ... ma- 
joring in business management ... Maryland scholar- 
athlete in fall 1998 ... won a student government 
election in spring 2000, as a member of the SGA 
Legislature. 




Dariington Up Close 

Someday I would like to take a trip to: Egypt 
The best advice I've ever received is: "You never 

know as much as you think you do." 
My favorite TV shows are: Martin and the Cosby 

Show 
My favorite type of food is: my mom's fried chicken 
The U.S. city I would most like to visit for the 

first time is: Darlington, N.C. 




Jeff 

Dugan 

Tight End 

Allison Park, Pa. 

(Central Catholic! 

6-4 • 257 • R-Freshman 

On Dugan: Second-year player who was impressive 
at tight end as a redshirt in 1999 ... good size and 
abilities ... should compete for playing time imme- 
diately ... possesses good hands ... caught a 4-yard 
touchdown pass from Shaun Hill in the Red-White 
spring game. 

1999: Redshirt season. 

High School: Graduated from Central Catholic High 
School in Pittsburgh, Pa. ... rated the top tight end 
prospect in the state of Pennsylvania, according to 
recruiting analyst Tom Lemming ... caught 20 passes 
in 1998 for 225 yards and four touchdowns ... had 
11 catches for 210 yards as a junior ... also played 
defensive end where he had 57 tackles, six sacks, 
four forced fumbles and a pair of fumble recoveries 
as a senior ... collected 98 tackles with seven TFL 
and three sacks as a junior ... was a first team 
all-league defensive end for two seasons, and a sec- 
ond team all-league tight end for two seasons ... 
was a two-year starter, and the team captain as a 
senior ... also participated in track as an outstand- 
ing shot putter. 

Personal: Jeffrey Steven Dugan ... born April 8, 
1981 ... son of Kathy and Pat Dugan ... majoring in 
letters & sciences ... 1999 Maryland scholar-athlete. 



Dugan Up Close 

My goal for 2000 is: to win a bowl game 
Someday I would like to take a trip to: Ireland 
The one thing that stands out most about Coach 

Vanderlinden is: his desire to win 
If I lost all my possessions except one, I'd like to 

keep: a picture of my family 
My craziest ambition is to: play on the PGA Tour 
The word that best describes me is: focused 



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Eric 
d Dumas 

Offensive Tackle 

Atlanta, Ga. 

(Benjamin Mays) 

6-6 • 288 • R-Freshman 

On Dumas: Redshirt freshman offensive lineman who 
could be expected to see significant time in a backup 
or starting role at times during the 2000 season ... 
played both sides of the ball in high school, and was 
switched from defensive line to the offensive line 
during fall of 1999 ... excellent size and skills with a 
promising career ahead of him. 

1999: Redshirt season. 

High School: Graduated in 1999 from Benjamin Mays 
High School in Atlanta, Ga. ... four-year letterwinner 
in football and three in basketball ... selected as 
team captain and a member of the all-metro football 
team ... was a postseason all-region choice by 
SuperPrep ... blocked eight field goals and extra points 
in his career ... posted 29.5 sacks in his career ... as 
a junior, blocked three field goals and two extra- 
point attempts in addition to registering 45 tackles 
and eight sacks ... coach was Larry Hellen. 



Personal: Eric LeBaron Dumas .. 
... son of Altheastine Nabors .. 
and sciences. 



born April 30, 1981 
majoring in letters 



Dumas Up Close 

My goal for 2000 is: to help the team win a bowl 

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

keep: my phone (so I can keep in touch with my 

mom) 
My craziest ambition is: to skydive 
My ambition after college is to: own shoe stores 

for people with big feet 
My favorite food is: turkey bacon croissant 






Nick 

Farver 

Linebacker 

Westminster, Md. 

(Westminster) 

6-1 • 230 • R-Freshman 

On Farver: Impressive walk-on who has grown in size 
and strength since his arrival in fall 1999, but who 
suffered a torn anterior cruciate ligament during his 
first season ... had postseason surgery and should 
be ready to resume action this fall ... could work his 
way onto the depth chart at inside linebacker. 

1999: Redshirt season. 

High School: Graduated from Westminster High 
School in 1999 ... two-year football letterwinner 
where he played linebacker, tailback and tight end 
... all-county selection and a football scholar-ath- 
lete ... played in metro all-star game ... best game 
included 30 carries, 175 yards and three TDs as a 
running back ... captained his school's baseball, bas- 
ketball and football teams ... all-county baseball 
selection as a pitcher and outfielder. 

Personal: Nicholas Zachary Farver ... born May 1, 
1981 ... son of Joe and Patti Farver ... majoring in 
engineering ... 3.93 high school GPA ... 1999 Mary- 
land scholar-athlete. 



Farver Up Close 

My goal for 2000 is: to make the most out of my 
opportunities in the classroom and on the field 

Someday I would like to take a trip to: Hawaii 

The one thing that stands out most about Coach 
Vanderlinden is: he cares about everybody off 
the field as much as he does on the field 

The best advice I've ever received is: My dad tells 
me "to stay positive and keep my head up." 




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Bernie 

Fiddler 

Fullback 

swebesboro, n.j. 

(Kingsway) 

6-1 • 239 • R-Freshman 

On Fiddler: Strong and powerful redshirt freshman 
fullback who will see time in the backfield behind 
Matt Kalapinski ... played linebacker and fullback in 
high school, and was originally slated to play de- 
fense at Maryland, but was placed on the offensive 
side of the ball during fall of his true freshman cam- 
paign. 

1999: Redshirt season. 

High School: Graduated in 1999 from Kingsway High 
School in Swedesboro, N.J. ... was named an All- 
American by SuperPrep and all-region by PrepStar ... 
also was first team All-South Jersey as a senior ... 
rated the No. 3 running back in the state in the 
preseason by recruiting analyst Tom Lemming ... a 
two-time 1,000-yard rusher in his career ... as a se- 
nior, ran for 1,134 yards and 19 touchdowns ... caught 
15 passes for 235 yards (15.7 average) ... on de- 
fense, totaled 112 tackles, including 50 solo stops 
... also had five 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-time first team All-Group II selection on defense, 
earning the honor as a junior and senior ... as a 
junior, rushed for 1,001 yards and nine touchdowns 
while averaging 7.9 yards per carry ... on defense, 
totaled 90 tackles, three sacks and six caused fumbles 
... started at inside linebacker as a sophomore when 
Kingsway advanced to the state title game. 

Personal: Bernard Enrico Fiddler ... born July 26, 
1981 ... son of Bernard and Anna Fiddler ... majoring 
in education. 



Fiddler Up Close 

My goal for 2000 is: to help get us to a bowl, 

whatever my role might be 
Someday I would like to take a trip to: Italy 
The one thing that stands out most about Coach 

Vanderlinden is: his ambition to be a winner 
The best advice I've ever received is: To maxi- 
mize my potential in all athletic and academic 
situations." 
The word that best describes me is: easy-going 
If I could change one thing in the world, it would 
be: racism 



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Shawn 

Forte 

f ree Safety 

poughkeepsie, n.y. 

(Poughkeepsie] 

6-0 • 201 • R-Senior, 2V 

On Forte: Two-year starter and fifth-year senior at 
safety who returns for his final season ... has played 
both safety positions ... preseason second team ALL- 
ACC by Lindy's Preseason Annual ... size, speed, 
strength and experience helped him contribute to 
Maryland's improved secondary play in 1999 ... was 
named the team's top senior performer during 2000 
spring drills ... has shown continued progress in the 
Terp secondary after originally coming to Maryland 
as a running back ... was moved to defensive back in 
the spring of 1997. 

1999: Nine-game starter at free safety who finished 
second on the team in interceptions and tied for 
eighth in tackles ... played in a total of 10 games, 
missing the North Carolina contest with a burner to 
his shoulder suffered the previous week vs. Clemson 
... posted a season-high 10 tackles (nine solos) in a 
road win at Wake Forest ... had seven tackles each 
vs. Georgia Tech and Virginia ... finished second on 
the team in pass breakups (5) ... recorded a career- 
best two interceptions vs. Florida State ... also had 
picks vs. West Virginia and Virginia ... ranked tied 
for sixth in the ACC and 49th 
nationally in interceptions 
per game (0.4) ... took 
over the starting free 
safety position after 
playing the 
previous 
season at 
strong 
safety. 




1998: Played and started in nine games in his first 
full season ... earned the No. 1 position at strong 
safety during spring drills ... despite missing games 
vs. Clemson and Wake Forest, finished second among 
Maryland defensive backs with 64 tackles, including 
42 solos ... career-high 13 tackles at Duke ... had 11 
stops in season finale vs. NC State ... contributed 
one of Maryland's record seven interceptions at Duke 
... had a sack and tackle for loss vs. Temple, and a 
sack in the season opener vs. JMU. 

1997: Missed his redshirt freshman season because 
of a broken leg suffered in spring drills ... was moved 
from running back to defensive back in the spring. 

1996: Redshirt season. 

High School: Graduated from Poughkeepsie High 
School in 1996 ... an all-state quarterback who ac- 
cumulated 1,500 yards of total offense and 22 touch- 
downs as a senior ... was an All-American selection 
by BlueChip Illustrated and an All-East choice by 
SuperPrep, National Recruiting Advisor and Tom Lem- 
ming. ... also lettered in basketball and track ... high 
school coaches were Keith Thompson and Tony 
Drakeford. 

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



Career Statistics 



Defense G-GS 

1998 9-9 

1999 10-9 
Totals 19-18 



UT 

42 
37 
79 



AT n 

22 64/7.1 
10 47/4.7 
32 111/5.8 



TFL Sacks Int 

4-17 1.0-8 1-10 

2-3 0-0 4-13 

6-20 1-8 5-23 



Forte Up Close 

Someday I would like to take a trip to: Rio 

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 
The best advice I've ever received is: "Play hard, 

good things will happen." 
My craziest ambition is: to be a writer 





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Melvin 

Fowler, Jr. 

Center 

Wheatly Heights, N.Y. 

(Half Hollow Hills! 

6 3-287- R Junior 2U 

On Fowler: Fourth-year junior who begins his third 
season as the Terrapin's starting center ... chosen as 
the preseason No. 7 center in the nation by The Sport- 
ing News ... ranked No. 14 in a preseason listing by 
tindy's ... preseason All-ACC by The Sporting News, 



Lindy's/Sportstine and Athlon Sports ... incumbent 
starter who recovered nicely from offseason shoul- 
der surgery in spring 1999 and started 11 games as a 
sophomore ... has started all 22 games of his col- 
lege career ... one of the most pleasant surprises of 
the 1998 campaign, and a continually improving ACC 
center in 1999 ... says Vanderlinden, "He definitely 
has the ability to develop into an All-ACC performer 
during his career at Maryland" ... remarkable posi- 
tion switch that ultimately solidified the Maryland 
offensive line and provides stability at that spot ... 
began fall camp in 1998 competing for time at nose 
tackle, but was moved to center just 10 days from 
the 1998 opener in a move that was embraced by 
Fowler and ultimately by all ... was named the Terps' 
most outstanding junior performer in 2000 spring 
drills ... a quick, explosive player who attacks the 
line of scrimmage ... even describes himself as "re- 
lentless." 




1999: An 11-game starter at center for the second 
consecutive season ... helped key an offensive at- 
tack that rose 51 spots in final NCAA total offense 
rankings compared to 1998 ... Maryland finished the 
1999 season as the ACC's top rushing team, ranking 
12th nationally in rushing yards per game with a 
figure of 231.4 yards per contest ... the Terps' offen- 
sive line allowed an ACC-low 11 sacks. 

1998: Started all 11 games at center despite never 
playing the position since junior high school ... 
shifted to offense from a nose tackle position just 
10 days before Maryland's opening game vs. James 
Madison ... one of two freshman starters on the of- 
fensive line ... stabilized a line that was responsible 
in part for the Terps' status as the sixth-most im- 
proved NCAA I-A rushing offense ... helped limit 
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 All-Long Island and all- 
county honors from the Long Island Sporting News 
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coaches ... was a finalist for the 1996 Bob Zetlner 
Award ... a three-sport standout who also excelled 
in basketball and lacrosse ... was an active volunteer 
in SADD and the Special Olympics ... a member of 
the honor roll. 

Personal: Melvin Thaddeus Fowler, Jr. ... born March 
31, 1979 ... son of Lucinda and Melvin Fowler, Sr. ... 
majoring in communications. 



Fowler Up Close 

My goal for 2000 is: to be All-ACC 
The toughest thing about being a student-ath- 
lete is: constant dedication 
The word that best describes me is: relentless 
The one thing that stands out most about Coach 

Vanderlinden is: his dedication to winning 
My favorite TV show is: The Honeymooners 
If I could compete in any other college sport, I 
would choose: lacrosse 





GUIUAN 

Gary 

Wide Receiver 

horseheads, n.y. 

(horseheads) 

6-0* 177 • Junior. 2V 



On Gary: Quick, elusive, emerg 
continue to see signficant 
playing time in 2000 ... one 
of Maryland's leading return 
ing receivers ... excellent 
open-field run- 
ner, described 
by Coach 
Vanderlinden 
as having* 
"great hips" 

out- 
sta ndi ng 
kick and 
punt return 
man who en 
ters his junior 
campaign 
within reach of 
the Maryland career 
mark for punt return 
yards (489 yards) ... 
joins Terp kicking contin 
gent in forming what Col 
lege Football News 
selected as the 
ACC's top special 
teams unit. 

1999: Maryland's 
leading receiver 
and punt returner as 



ng receiver who should 





a true sophomore, catching 24 passes for 257 yards 
and returning 35 punts for an 8.9-yard average ... 
appeared in all 11 games and made three starts at 
the wide receiver position ... posted a career-high 
five catches in games vs. Wake Forest and NC State 
... had a career-best 67 receiving yards vs. NC State 
... caught at least one pass in eight of the Terps' 11 
games ... finished sixth in the ACC in punt return 
average ... equaled his career best with a 34-yard 
return vs. Western Carolina, when he had five re- 
turns for 75 yards ... 312 punt return yards were the 
fourth-highest season figure in Terrapin history ... 
his only career kickoff return was an 84-yarder to set 
up a touchdown vs. No. 9 Georgia Tech. 

1998: Played nine games on offense and special 
teams, 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 se- 
nior in 1997 ... rated New York's No. 5 prospect over- 
all by SuperPrep ... played wingback and defensive 
back ... caught 24 passes for 482 yards and seven 
touchdowns in addition to rushing for 948 yards and 
14 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 ... 
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" ... brother, Greg, played base- 
ball at St. Bonaventure ... majoring in family stud- 
ies. 



Career Statistics 

Receiving G-GS Rec Yds Avg 

9-0 0.0 



1998 
1999 
Totals 



11-3 
20-3 



Punt Ret. G-GS 

1998 9-0 

1999 11-3 
Totals 20-3 



24 
24 

Ret 
12 
35 
47 



257 
257 

Yds 

99 

312 

411 



10.7 
10.7 



TD 






LP 


30 
30 



Avg TD LP 

8.3 34 

8.9 34 

8.7 34 



Gary Up Close 

My goal for 2000 is: to lead the team in receptions 
Someday I would like to take a trip to: Hawaii 
The best advice I've ever received is: "No matter 

how hard today might be, tomorrow is a new day." 
My ambition after college is to: coach high school 

football and lacrosse 
The word that best describes me is: golden 
My favorite food is: chicken cheesesteak 
If I could compete in any other college sport, it 

would be: lacrosse 





Zach 

Glaser 

Placekicker 

NlSKAYUNA, N.Y. 

(Niskayuna) 
5-8 • 168 • R-Freshman 

On Glaser: Redshirt freshman placekicker who walked 
on to the Terrapin program last fall ... expected to 
back up primary placekickers Brian Kopka and Vedad 
Siljkovic and receive practice repetitions with four 
seasons of eligibility remaining. 

1999: Redshirt season. 

High School: Graduated in 1999 from Niskayuna 
High School in New York ... two-year letterwinner 
for teams that finished 6-5 as a junior and 5-6 as a 
senior ... played wide receiver, running back, 
cornerback and kicker ... recipient of Niskayuna's 
varsity team player award as a senior ... was an all- 
league kicker. 

Personal: Zach S. Glaser ... born June 29, 1981 ... 
son of Dellie and Mark Glaser ... brother Dan played 
football at Cortland State (N.Y.) ... sister Tovah is a 
senior soccer player at Union College (N.Y.) ... Mary- 
land scholar-athlete in 1999 ... Dean's List in spring 
2000 ... majoring in business management ... hopes 
for a career in sports management. 



Glaser Up Close 

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

you think you can or think you can't, you're right." 
If I lost all my possessions except one, I'd like to 

keep: my black book 
My craziest ambition is: to fly a jet 





Monte 

Graves 

Linebacker 

Annapolis, Md. 

(St. Mary's) 

6-0 • 229 • R-Junior, 1V 

On Graves: Fourth-year junior who battles not only 
for playing time, but a starting assignment among 
the Maryland linebacking corps ... a tough, physical 
player with good instincts ... a player with a natural 
feel for the game ... originally came to Maryland as a 
walk-on. 



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1999: Backup linebacker who appeared in seven 
games (no starts) ... totaled eight tackles, including 
a career-high four stops vs. Georgia Tech ... also had 
two solo tackles vs. West Virginia. 

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

1997: Redshirt season. 

High School: Graduated from St. Mary's High School 
in 1997 ... was a four-year varsity letterman, playing 
both linebacker and defensive end ... was named the 
Anne Arundel County Player of the Year and the state 
Defensive Player of the Year as a senior ... was his 
team MVP in 1996, when he totaled 116 tackles and 
11 sacks ... selected to play in the Metro All-Star 
game and the Maryland vs. Virginia All-Star game. 

Personal: Monte Stuart Graves . . . born Sept. 26, 1979 
... son of Deniece Fisher ... majoring in sociology ... 
first name is pronounced "mahn-TAY." 



Career Statistics 



Defense G-GS 

1998 6-0 

1999 7-0 
Totals 13-0 



UT 


6 
6 



AT 


2 
2 



TT 

0/0.0 
8/1.1 
8/0.6 



TFL Sacks Int 

0-0 0-0 0-0 

0-0 0-0 0-0 

0-0 0-0 0-0 



Graves Up Close 

My goal for 2000 is: to win 
Someday I would like to take a trip to: Las Vegas 
The best advice I've ever received is: "Believe noth- 
ing you hear and half of what you see." 
If I lost all my possessions except one, I'd like to 

keep: my family 
The word that best describes me is: persistent 
Who would I most like to meet?: Bill Gates 





Gil 

Harris 

Quarterback 
Virginia Beach, Va. 

(Tauwood) 
6-1 • 230 • R-Junior 

On Harris: Fourth-year junior quarterback who con- 
tinues to work behind Maryland's first wave of quar- 
terbacks ... saw brief time during 1999 fall as a prac- 
tice squad fullback ... has a strong arm and a quick 
release. 

1999: Was shifted to fullback early in the season ... 
saw action in two games (Western Carolina, West 
Virginia) ... did not record any statistics. 

1998: Did not see playing time, though did travel 
tonally as a reserve quarterback. 

'• edshirt season. 



High School: Graduated from Tallwood High School 
in 1997 ... ended his career as the school's single- 
season and career passing-yardage leader ... threw 
for 2,785 yards and 22 touchdowns during his ca- 
reer, including more than 700 yards as a senior ... 
led his high school team to three consecutive play- 
off appearances ... also lettered in basketball, base- 
ball and track. 

Personal: Gilbert Lawrence Harris ... born Sept. 10, 
1978 ... son of Blanche and Gilbert Harris ... major- 
ing in communications. 



Harris Up Close 

My goal for 2000 is: to play in a bowl game 
Someday I would like to take a trip to: Africa 
The best advice I've ever received is: "Look a man 

in the eye to gain his utmost respect." 
My craziest ambition is: to be the President 
If I could change one thing in the world, it would 

be: bad music 
Who would I most like to meet?: Michael Jordan 





Latrez 

Harrison 

Quarterback 

Atlanta, Ga. 

(Booker T. Washington) 

6-3 • 222 • Sophomore, 1V 

On Harrison: Gifted, athletic 
quarterback with a strong arm 
who will once again vie for a 
starting role and regular 
playing time ... saw 
brief action in four 
backup situations 
in 1999 before 
earning his first 
major colleg 
start at No. 1- 
ranked Florida 
State ... a 




definite contender among a young quarterback corps 
comprised mostly of freshmen and sophomores ... 
named Maryland's top performing sophomore during 
2000 spring drills ... completed 7 of 10 passes in the 
Red-White spring game for 96 yards and a 43-yard 
touchdown pass to Guilian Gary ... shared snaps with 
JC transfer Shaun Hill during the first part of spring 
drills while Calvin McCall was playing on the men's 
basketball team. 

1999: Saw action in six games as a true freshman 
quarterback and started the Terps' last two games 
(Florida State and Virginia) ... assumed starting QB 
chores after Calvin McCall left the NC State game 
injured ... finished the season 5 of 24 passing for 30 
yards ... all three interceptions came in the second 
half at NC State, filling in for McCall ... sprained an 
ankle and left the FSU game in the second quarter. 

High School: Graduated in 1999 from Booker T. Wash- 
ington 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 honorable mention Ail-American recognition by 
USA Today ... 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 At- 
lantic public schools Player of the Year in 1998 ... 
was named to the state of Georgia's Super 11 Team 
and to the Macon Touchdown 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 Georgia vs. Florida all-star 
game ... was 29-6 in three years as his high school 
team's starting quarterback ... completed 63 of 115 
passes for 1,130 yards and 22 touchdowns as a jun- 
ior when he was named team MVP ... directed his 
team to records of 12-1 (1997) and 10-2 (1998) his 
final two seasons. 

Personal: Latrez Harrison ... born July 30, 1980 ... 
son of Charles Phillips and Benjenia Lee ... majoring 
in criminology and criminal justice. 



Career Statistics 



Passing G-GS Att Comp Int Yds Pet TD 

1999 6-2 24 5 3 30 .208 



LP 

16 



Harrison Up Close 

Someday I would like to take a trip to: Africa 
The best advice I've ever received is: "Only the 

wise ask questions." 
If I lost all my possessions except one, I'd want 

to keep: my football 
My favorite food is: steak 
My favorite professional sports team is: the Los 

Angeles Lakers 
The U.S. city I would most like to visit for the 

first time is: New York 



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Jason 

Hatala 

Wide Receiver 

Centreviue, Un. 

(Centreville) 

5-10 • 174* Senior. 3W 

On Hatala: Fourth-year veteran receiver who heads 
into his final season ... should battle 
for a starting position for a second 
straight season ... an agile and 
tough-minded receiver with 
very good speed who also 
is noted for being a re- 
lentless blocker ... 
noted for his work 
ethic and practice , 
habits, has earned 
the respect of all of 
his teammates. 

1999: Starting 

wide receiver 
who appeared in 
nine games 
(eight starts) as 
a junior 
missed late-sea- 
son games vs. NC 
State and Florida 
State with a bro- 
ken pinky finger on 
his right hand ... 
finished fifth on 
the team in recep- 
tions (11) and first 
among regulars in 
yards per catch (22.7) 
... hauled in the longest 
touchdown reception of the 
season with a 76-yard catch 
vs. Western Carolina ... had a 
season-high four catches for 91 
yards vs. Clemson ... had four carries for 
23 net yards, including a 17-yard touchdown run vs. 
Duke. 

1998: Appeared in all 11 games as a sophomore while 
finishing as the Terps' fifth-leading receiver ... caught 
10 balls for 94 yards ... listed No. 2 on the depth 
chart, but shuttled in and out of the lineup all sea- 
son with fellow sophomore Moises Cruz ... three 
catches for 35 yards in season opener vs. James Madi- 
son ... season-long reception of 24 yards on a third- 
down play at Virginia ... had two catches against 
Clemson and Georgia Tech ... carried the ball four 
times for 21 net yards ... longest carry was a reverse 
that produced a 21-yard TD in final game vs. NC State 
... returned seven kickoffs for 121 yards and a 17.3- 
yard average. 



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1997: Appeared in all 11 games as a true freshman, 
catching 11 passes for 224 yards ... his average of 
20.4 yards per catch was the best for Terps with at 
least 10 receptions ... had a season-high five recep- 
tions (for 64 yards) vs. Wake Forest ... his 129 yards 
receiving on three receptions vs. Duke was a Mary- 
land freshman record and the most by a Terp receiver 
in 1997 ... had TD grabs vs. Duke and Wake Forest ... 
his TD reception vs. Duke was a 76-yarder from QB 
Brian Cummings on the Terps' opening play from 
scrimmage ... third-leading kickoff return man with 
11 returns for 233 yards and a 21.2-yard average. 

High School: Graduated from Centreville High School 
in 1997 ... amassed more than 3,500 rushing yards 
(9.25 yards per carry) and 43 touchdowns for his 
career ... ran for 1,400 yards and 13 touchdowns as 
a senior despite nursing an early hamstring injury 
... totaled 61 receptions for a 19-yard average ... 
averaged a staggering 44 yards on kickoff returns 
and 26 yards on punt returns ... totaled more than 
5,700 all-purpose yards during his career ... 
named the county co-Player of the Year as a 
junior ... selected all-region and all-dis- 
trict as a junior and all-district as a senior 
.... was rated the No. 3 running back pros- 
pect in the state by Tom Lemming and a 
top five running back prospect in the re- 
gion by PrepStar. 



I Personal: Jason Alan Hatala ... born 
Sept. 14, 1978 ... son of Sherry and 
Joseph Hatala ... majoring in com- 
munications ... Maryland scholar-ath- 
lete in spring and fall 1998. 



Career Statistics 

Receiving G-GS Rec Yds Avg 



1997 11-0 

1998 11-0 

1999 9-8 
Totals 31-8 

Kick Ret. G-GS 

1997 11-0 

1998 11-0 

1999 9-8 
Totals 31-8 



11 

10 
11 
32 

Ret 

11 
7 
1 

19 



224 

94 
250 
568 

Yds 
233 
121 

354 



20.4 

9.4 

22.7 

17.8 

Avg 

21.2 

17.3 

0.0 

18.6 



TD 

2 

1 
3 

TD 







LP 

76 
24 
76 
76 

LP 
27 
26 

27 



Hatala Up Close 

Someday I would like to take a trip to: Amsterdam 
The best advice I've ever received is: "Play every 

game tike it was your last." 
My craziest ambition is: snowboard in the X-Games 
The word that best describes me is: tough 
If I lost all my possessions except one, I'd like to 

keep: my computer 
Who would I most like to meet?: Pamela Ander- 
son, Jenny McCarthy, Carmen Electra 





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E.J. 

Henderson 

llNERACKER 

Aberdeen, Md. 

(Arerdeen) 

6-2 • 229 • R-Sophomore, 1 V 

On Henderson: Third-year sophomore ... talented 
linebacker with speed and agility, and a knack for 
getting to the ball ... plays with tremendous inten- 
sity ... battled for a start- 
ing assignment at inside 
linebacker last season 
and should do so 
again as a 
sophomore ... 
played at the 
No. 1 position 
throughout 
spring drills, 
after starting 
the final 
two games 
of 1999. 







1999: Appeared in 
all 11 games as a 
redshirt freshman... 
spent most of the 
year as a backup) 
linebacker but made 
late-season starts vs. 
Florida State and Vir- 
ginia following the 
season-ending injury 
to Kevin Bishop ... 
totaled 39 tackles 
and one sack ... 18 of his 39 tackles came in his two 
starts, including a career-best 11 total tackles (six 
solos) vs. Florida State ... ended the season with a 
seven-tackle effort vs. Virginia ... also had nine to- 
tal tackles in Maryland's victory over North Carolina. 

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 
outside linebacker as a freshman ... senior honors 
included 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 com- 
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county championships all four seasons and captur- 
ing a regional title in '96 ... as a senior, he totaled 
148 tackles, six sacks and three fumble recoveries in 
addition to rushing for 1,127 yards and 15 touch- 
downs from the running back position ... was nomi- 
nated 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 Caro- 
lina State, Boston College and Rutgers ... high school 
coach was Kevin Reilly. 

Personal: Eric N. Henderson ... goes by "E.J." ... 
born Aug. 3, 1980 ... son of Quinette and Eric 
Henderson ... majoring in criminology and criminal 
justice. 



Career Statistics 



Defense G-GS 

1999 11-2 



UT AT 

21 18 



TT 

39/3.6 



TFL Sacks Int 

2-5 0.5-1 0-0 



Henderson Up Ciose 

Someday I would like to take a trip to: Africa 
America's biggest problem for the next century: 

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





Charles 

Hill 

Defensive Tackle 

Palmer Park, Md. 

(Eleanor Roosevelt) 

6 2- 283- Junior 2U 

On Hill: Young and gifted defensive lineman who 
should compete for a starting role in 2000 ... 
preseason All-ACC by The Sporting News and 
Lindy's Preseason Annual ... has seen six start- 
ing assignments over his first two sea- 
sons ... should assume a more ac- ^^t 
tive role in his junior season af- jf^ 
ter two years mostly as a 
backup ... has seen action in J0r% • 
19 career games. 

1999: Appeared in 10 games and started at a 
defensive tackle spot in the final three games 
of the season ... 18 of his 23 tackles came 
in the season's final five games, including 
a career-best eight tackles at NC State ... 
was pressed into service as a backup cen- 
ter which provided him the rare oppor- 
tunity to play on both sides of the ball 
... ended up concentrating on defense, 
though, for the final half of the season. 

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 season-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 1997 ... totaled 114 tackles, including 87 
solos, and also had seven sacks, four fumble recov- 
eries and four caused fumbles ... nominated to play 
in the Chesapeake Classic all-star game and the Ma- 
son-Dixon Classic ... two-way starter (DT/0T) as a 
senior ... his team won county and regional champi- 
onships and lost in the state final his junior season 
... a player with outstanding athleticism ... made 
dramatic strides in just two seasons of playing orga- 
nized football ... was noticed on the basketball court 
by the football coach, who encouraged him to play 
football beginning his junior season ... played three 
years of varsity basketball ... high school coach was 
Rick Houchens. 

Personal: Charles LeDawnta Hill ... born Nov. 1, 1980 
... son of Deborah Ford and Charles Hill ... majoring 
in economics. 




Career Statistics 



Defense G-GS 

1998 9-3 

1999 10-3 
Totals 19-6 



UT 

7 
11 
18 



AT 

9 
12 
21 



TT 

16/1.8 
23/2.3 
39/2.1 



TFL Sacks Int 

0-0 1-6 0-0 

3-6 0-0 0-0 

3-6 1-6 0-0 



Hill Up Close 

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

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: my watch 
For me to improve on the field, I need to: recog- 
nize plays faster 





Shaun 
Hill 

Quarterback 

Parsons, Kan. 

(Parsons/Hutchinson CO 

6-3 • 229 • Junior 

On Hill: Junior college signee who joined the Terps 
last spring and will challenge for a starting role at 
quarterback ... possesses good size, a strong arm 
and runs well ... split time with the No. 1 offensive 
unit last spring mostly with Latrez Harrison, and 
shared duties with Harrison and Calvin McCall during 
the Red-White spring game ... completed 13 of 16 
passes for 152 yards, one touchdown and a 47-yard 
strike to Scooter Monroe during the spring game. 

Junior College: Attended Hutchinson CC in 
Hutchinson, Kan. ... a two-year starter at quarter- 
back who passed for 1,688 yards as a sophomore in 
1999 ... also rushed for 370 yards ... produced 2,058 
total yards ... rated the No. 5 JC quarterback in the 
country by SuperPrep ... earned honorable mention 
All-Jayhawk Conference recognition ... led Hutchinson 
to an 8-3 record and a win over Glendale (Ariz.) CC 
in the Valley of the Sun Bowl in Glendale, Ariz. ... 
beat Glendale 33-8 while throwing for one touch- 
down and running for three TDs ... as a freshman in 
1998, was a first team All-Jayhawk Conference choice 
and an honorable mention NJCAA All-American ... 
junior college coach was David Wheeler. 

High School: Graduated from Parsons (Kan.) High 
School in 1998 ... three-year starter at quarterback 
and two-year starter at free safety ... a two-time All- 
Southeast Kansas first team selection ... captured 
honorable mention all-state honors as a senior ... 
also played basketball, baseball and ran track ... was 
a three-time All-SEK first team choice in basketball 
and earned all-state honors all three years while play- 
ing under the tutelage of his father as head coach 
... played all five positions at times for the small 
school program, and holds career marks for assists, 
steals, blocks and 3-point field goals ... guided Par- 
sons to state tournament appearances as a junior 
and senior when he was the team captain ... played 
shortstop and pitcher in baseball, and was a second 
team all-conference pick as a sophomore ... ran 
sprints (100, 200, 4x100, 4x400) in track ... quali- 
fied for state championships in three events during 
his final year ... prep football coach was Charles Nally. 

Personal: Shaun Christopher Hill ... born Jan. 9, 1980 
... son of Ted and Trudy Hill ... father is assistant 
principal, athletic director and formerly the head 
basketball coach at Parsons High School ... mother 
is the school nurse ... chose midway through his 
senior year of high school to concentrate on football 
because his size was more conducive to future suc- 
cess at QB rather than in basketball ... majoring in 
kinesiology. 



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Hiu Up Close 

My goal for 2000 is: to win the ACC and a bowl 

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

keep: my car 
The word that best describes me is: mmmitted 
If I could change one thing in the world, it would 

be: violence 
My favorite foods are: steak with mashed pota- 
toes, and macaroni and cheese 





Tim 

Howard 

Offensive Tackle 

Leonardo, N.J. 

(Midoletown Sooth) 

6-4 • 296 • R-Senior 

On Howard: Fifth-year senior who may emerge as a 
starter in his final college season ... has entered 
spring drills as a potential starter the last two sea- 
sons, but relinquished the right tackle position to 
Freshman All-America Matt Crawford in 1999 ... saw 
spot duty at guard and tackle last season, and en- 
tered spring 2000 listed No. 1 at left tackle follow- 
ing the departure of NFL free agent Brad Messina ... 
limited duty as backup for three seasons. 

1999: Saw spot duty as a backup offensive lineman, 
appearing in four games. 

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 rated 
No. 1 in New Jersey, No. 2 in the Northeast and No. 
23 in the country ... earned All-America honors from 
SuperPrep and BlueChip ... selected first team all- 
state and all-county in addition to winning the Vince 
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. 8, 
1978 ... son of Patricia and Russell Howard ... major- 
ing in kinesiological sciences ... earned 1997 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: be an Ironman triathlete 

(yeah, right!) 
If I 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 

bar after 1 retire from a successful firm as a mil- 
lionaire 



Cflr.Ui: ' 
Receiving G-GS Rec 

1997 11-10 

1998 7-0 

1999 7-0 
Totals 25-10 13 111 



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Huu Up Close 

Someday I would like to take a trip to: Mardi Gras 
The toughest thing about being a student-ath- 
lete is: managing time 
Who would I most like to meet?: Joe Montana 





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Tight End 

Hagerstown, Mo. 

(Sooth Hagerstown] 

6 5-253- R Senior 1V 

On Hull: Fifth-year senior who begins his final sea- 
son with the Maryland program ... was a 10-game 
starter at tight end in 1997 during Maryland's first 
season under coach Vanderlinden ... backup to John 
Waerig through his sophomore and junior campaigns. 

1999: Reserve tight end who appeared in seven 
games ... saw most of his action on special teams ... 
did not record any statistics. 

1998: Saw limited action in seven games as a redshirt 
sophomore ... did not catch a pass. 

1997: Appeared in all 11 games as a redshirt fresh- 
man, catching 13 passes for 111 yards and one touch- 
down ... recorded career highs for receptions (4), 
receiving yards (40) and TD catches (1) vs. West Vir- 
ginia ... had at least one reception in eight of 11 
games ... was one of two Terps named to the ACC All- 
Academic football team. 

1996: Redshirt season. 

High School: Graduated from South Hagerstown High 
School in 1996 ... earned second team All-America 
honors from BlueChip and was an All-Mid-Atlantic 
selection by SuperPrep ... also was selected to Tom 
Lemming's All-ACC area team .... named the Wash- 
ington County Defensive Player of the Year ... was an 
all-area and all-county choice at both offensive guard 
and defensive lineman ... played baseball and bas- 
ketball ... was a member of the National Honor Soci- 
ety ... high school coach was Greg Kellick. 

Personal: Michael William Hull .... born April 23, 
1978 ... son of Nancy and Donald Hull ... majoring in 
business management ... earned 1997 scholar-ath- 
lete honors. 



DOLAN 

Jablonski 

Offensive Line 

Edge water, Mo. 

(St. John's College HS) 

6-4 - 301 * Freshman 

On Jablonski: First-year offensive lineman who 
walked on with the Terps this past spring ... will 
work at offensive tackle spot as a true freshman. 

1999: Attended Anne Arundel CC as a part-time stu- 
dent, but did not play football ... enrolled at Mary- 
land in spring 2000. 

High School: Graduated in 1999 from St. John's Col- 
lege High School in Washington, D.C. ... started ev- 
ery game as a junior and senior while helping his 
teams to 6-5 and 5-6 records, respectively ... team 
captain in 1998 while earning first team all-league 
honors in the Washington Catholic Athletic Confer- 
ence and honorable mention All-Met accolades by 
the Washington Post ... was second team all-league 
as a junior ... high school coach was John Ricci. 

Personal: Dolan Richard Jablonski ... born Feb. 29, 
1980 ... son of Paul and Roddy Jablonski ... major- 
ing in letters and sciences. 



Jablonski Up Close 

My goal for 2000 is: make the honor roll in school 
Someday I would like to take a trip to: England 
The one thing that stands out most about Coach 

Vanderlinden is: he is very honest 
My craziest ambition is: to go to the moon 
If I could change one thing in the world, it would 

be: violence 
If I had the power to change any rule in college 

football, it would be: add instant replay 
My favorite professional sports team is: the Wash- 
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Tony 

Jackson 

Safety 

Ellicott City, Md. 

(Wilde Lake! 

6 1 • 210 • R-Iunior, 2U 

On Jackson: Versatile athlete who 
can play either safety position ... 
returns from a broken ankle suf- ,, 
fered in the first game of 1999 
... played both 
safety spots during 
spring 1999 and 
moved into a 
starting role at 
strong safety ... 
will challenge 
for a starting 
role again 
this season 
smart 
player with , 
a knack for 
getting to the 
ball ... also plays 
baseball for the 
Terps when there 
aren't conflicts with 
football 
struggled with a 
hamstring pull 
during the 
2000 base- 
ball season, 
collecting 
two hits in four 
starts and 15 
pearances ... batted 
.353 with a pair of 
doubles and no er- 
rors while playing 
20 games in the 
outfield in spring 
1999 ... did not 
play baseball as a freshman and has two 
seasons of baseball eligibility remaining. 

1999: Opening-game starter at strong safety who 
missed the remaining 10 games after suffering a bro- 
ken left ankle vs. Temple ... recorded five tackles in 
the opener before suffering the injury ... was granted 
a medical hardship waiver. 

1998: Started two games and played in seven as a 
true sophomore ... suffered a sprained knee at 
Clemson which forced him to miss four games ... 
finished the season with 14 tackles and one TFL ... 
started season opener at free safety, and Clemson 
game at strong safety ... career-high six tackles in 






opening game vs. James Madison, four vs. Clemson 
... Maryland's primary punt returner before the in- 
jury ... 13 punt returns for 50 yards. 

1997: Appeared in 10 games and totaled 10 tackles 
as a true freshman ... had a pair of interceptions, 
recording pickoffs vs. Florida State and Wake Forest 
... also returned 12 punts for 43 yards (3.6 average) 
... stellar spring camp included team-leading eight 
interceptions. 

High School: Graduated from Wilde Lake High School 
in 1997 ... named the Baltimore Sun's Male Athlete 
of the Year following his senior season ... named 
first team All-Metro by the Baltimore Sun and second 
team All-Met by the Washington Post ... selected as 
the co-Player of the Year in the state by the Mary- 
land High School Sports Ledger .... ranked as the 
state's No. 1 defensive back by Tom Lemming ... was 
named the Defensive Player of the Year in the county 
by the Howard County Sun ... was a second team 
All-Metro pick as a junior and a second team 
all-county choice as a sophomore ... was a 
four-year starter in high school ... led his 
team to the county title two of his last 
three seasons, including a 10-1 mark and 
the regional championship as a senior ... 
earned three letters in baseball and was a 
first team All-Met selection as a senior. 

Personal: Anthony Lawrence Jackson ... 

born May 19, 1979 ... son of Vernette and 
Richard Jackson ... majoring in criminol- 
ogy and criminal justice ... was drafted in 
the 32nd round of the 1997 major league 
baseball draft by the Cleveland Indians. 



Career Statistics 




Defense G-GS UT AT 



TT TFL Sacks Int 



1997 
1998 
1999 
Totals 



10-0 
7-2 
1-1 

18-3 



9 
10 

3 
22 



Punt Ret. G-GS Ret 

1997 10-0 12 

1998 7-2 13 

1999 1-1 
Totals 18-3 25 



10/1.0 

14/2.0 

5/5.0 

29/1.6 

Yds 

43 

50 



93 



0-0 0.0-0 2-4 

1-2 0.0-0 0-0 

0-0 0.0-0 0-0 

1-2 0.0-0 2-4 

Avg TD LP 

3.6 15 
3.9 16 
0.0 

3.7 16 



Jackson Up Ciose 

My goal for 2000 is: to start in all 11 games 
Someday I would like to take a trip to: a bowl 

game 
Someday I would like to take a trip (part II) to: 

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

up." 
The word that best describes me is: gentleman 




Eric 

James 

Tight End 

Washington, D.C. 

(Anacostia) 

6-2 • 252 • R-Junior, 2U 

On James: Junior tight end with the ability to make 
plays in the passing game ... should compete for 
significant playing time ... did not participate in 
2000 spring drills, but should challenge for a start- 
ing role this fall. 

1999: Backup tight end who made the most of his 
playing time, turning three of his six receptions into 
touchdown catches ... his three TD receptions were 
the most by a Terrapin tight end since 1986 (Ferrell 
Edmunds, 3) ... had TD catches vs. West Virginia, 
North Carolina and Florida State ... played behind 
starter John Waerig ... also saw action on special 
teams. 

1998: Redshirt freshman who saw action in 10 games 
... started against Virginia in a double tight end for- 
mation ... did not catch a pass. 

1997: Redshirt season. 

High School 

Graduated 
from Ana- 
costia High 
School in 
1997 ... was 
named to H 
George Michael's ' 
Golden 11 all-star 
team as a senior af 
ter catching 71 
passes for 1,324 yards 
and 19 touchdowns ... 
was a first team All- 
Met selection ... was 
rated the top prospect 
in the area by Tom Lem- 
ming ... led Anacostia to 
the city championship and 
a 10-3 record in 1996 ... 
high school coach was 
Willie Stewart. 

Personal: Eric Eugene 
James... born April 25, 1978 
... son of Brenda and Russell 
James ... majoring in criminology 
and criminal justice. 




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Career Statistics 



Receiving G-GS 

1998 9-1 

1999 11-2 
Totals 20-3 



Rec 


6 
6 



Yds 


71 
71 



Avg 

0.0 

11.8 

11.8 



TO LP 



3 28 

3 28 



James Up Ciose 

Someday I would like to take a trip to: I ho 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. 
Who would I most like to meet?: Jesus Christ 
My ambition after football is to: be a politician 





Kris 

Jenkins 

Defensive Tackle 

Ypsilanti, Mich. 

(Belleville) 

6 5- 292 -Senior. 3U 

On Jenkins: Fourth-year senior who provides excel- 
lent size and strength to the Terps' defensive front 
... should challenge for All-ACC honors ... agile and 
very strong in the upper and lower body ... mainstay 
on Maryland's improved defensive line the last two 
seasons, with 16 career starts ... most experienced 
member of Terps' defensive line. 

1999: Appeared in all 11 games and made eight starts 
at a tackle position ... finished with 39 total tack- 
les, an average of 3.6 per game 
... had two tackles behind the 
line of scrimmage ... was 
credited with half a sack 
... had one fumble re- 
covery ... had a ca- 
reer-best 10 total 
tackles at Georgia 
Tech and six tack- 
les vs. both 
Temple and 
West Vir- 
ginia. 



1998: Eight-game starter before missing the final 
three games with a pinched nerve in his shoulder ... 
sixth-leading returning tackier with 36 stops ... av- 
eraged 4.5 tackles per game ... 23 solos ... four TFLs 
for 23 yards, one sack ... named the outstanding 
freshman during spring drills. 

1997: Appeared in all 11 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-confer- 
ence 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 ... born 
Aug. 3, 1979 ... son of Annie McDaniel and Darome 
Jenkins ... majoring in kinesiology. 

Career Statistics 

Defense G-GS UT AT TT TFL Sacks Int 

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 1.0-6 0-0 

1999 11-8 19 20 39/3.6 2-5 0.5-1 0-0 
Totals 30-16 50 42 92/3.1 7-29 1.5-7 0-0 



Jenkins Up Close 

My goal for 2000 is: to let it all hang out, it's my 
final year 

Someday I would like to take a trip to: Jamaica 

If I lost all my possessions except one, I'd like to 
keep: my pride 

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

The one thing that stands out most about Coach 
Vanderlinden is: his smile 

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





Leon 

Joe 

Linebacker 

Clinton, Md. 

(Friendly) 

6-1 -212 • R-Freshman 

On Joe: Redshirt freshman with excellent speed who 
should challenge for playing time in 2000 ... one of 
the Terps' fastest and strongest newcomers from the 
1999 signing class ... listed No. 2 on the depth chart 
at inside linebacker behind junior all-star Marlon Moore. 

1999: Redshirt season. 

High School: Graduated in 1999 from Friendly High 
School in Fort Washington, Md. ... played both out- 



side and inside li" 
total tackles (88 solos) an 
back, he averager 
ries ... he scored four touch 
yard TD run in the state semr 
head Friendly to the county's first Mai, 
title in 10 years ... Friendly went 13-0, won the 3A 
state championship and finished the season with a 
final ranking of No. 3 by the Washington Post ... an 
all-region selection by SuperPrep ... was an all-re- 
gion choice by PrepStor ... rated the No. 3 linebacker 
in the state by recruiting analyst Tom Lemming en- 
tering 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 outstanding sprinter 
on the track team. 

Personal: Leon Maurice Joe ... born Oct. 26, 1981 
.... son of Clarence Joe and Leslie Bishop-Joe ... 
majoring in letters and sciences. 



Joe Up Close 

My goal for 2000 is: to help the Terps become ACC 

champs 
Someday I would like to take a trip to: Atlanta 
The best advice I've ever received is: "Believe in 

yourself." 
The word that best describes me is: determined 
My favorite food is: ice cream 





Cuff 

Johnson 

Safety 

Forest Hill, Md. 

(Loch Raven) 

6-2 • 198 • R-Freshman 

On Johnson: Redshirt freshman who could see play- 
ing time in the defensive secondary ... entered the 
program as a walk-on last season, but has the ability 
to develop into a good college player. 

1999: Redshirt season. 

High School: Graduated from Loch Raven High School 
in 1999 ... three-year letterwinner as a quarterback, 
safety and punt returner ... team was 7-3 in his se- 
nior campaign ... team MVP while garnering All-Bal- 
timore city and county honors. 

Personal: Clifford Matthews Johnson IV ... born Jan. 
8, 1981 ... son of Clifford and Zenobia Johnson ... 
majoring in engineering. 



Johnson Up Close 

Someday I would like to take a trip to: Israel 
The best advice I've ever received is: In all my 

ways acknowledge God and He will direct my paths." 
If I could compete in any other college sport, it 

would be: basketball 



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Landon 

Jones 

Nose Guard 

Marion, Ohio 

(Harding! 

6-4 • 251 • R-Freshman 

On Jones: Second-year player who was moved to the 
nose guard position following spring drills ... ex- 
pected to receive playing time in 2000. 

1999: Redshirt season. 

High School: Graduated in 1999 from Harding High 
School in Marion, Ohio ... was named the Defensive 
Lineman of the Year by the North Central Ohio Foot- 
ball Coaches Association and Defensive Player of the 
Year in the Ohio Heartland Conference ... totaled 
112 tackles, including 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 was nominated for the Big 33 All- Star game 
(Ohio vs. Pennsylvania) ... helped his team to a league 
championship, a state regional runner-up showing 
and a final record of 10-2 in 1998 ... as a junior in 
1997, he was accorded first team all-league and all- 
district honors and was a first team selection on the 
North Central Ohio Football Coaches Association all- 
star team ... a three-year varsity starter, he totaled 
225 total tackles, including 108 solos, 117 assists, 
five sacks, six tackles for losses, five pass breakups, 
three caused fumbles and two interceptions during 
his career ... a two-year starter on the basketball 
team. 

Personal: Landon Quitman Jones ... born March 31, 
1981 .... son of Luther Jones and Lesslee Keuchler 
... majoring in education. 



Jones Up Close 

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

keep: a photo of my family 
The word that best describes me is: nutty 
If I could change one thing in the world, it would 

be: poverty 
My favorite food is: chocolate chip cookies 





Randall 

Jones 

Free Safety 

Frederick, Md. 

(Thomas Johnson/ 

Naval Academy Prep) 

6-2 • 205 • Junior. 2U 

On Jones: Returning safety who became a regular 
contributor on defense in 1999 as a sophomore ... 
won starting quarterback duties as a true freshman 
... relinquished the position to Calvin McCall in 
1999, but came on to call signals during most 
of the Terps' 1999 season finale vs. Virginia ... 
became the first true freshman in Maryland his- 
tory to start a game at quarterback when he took 
the opening snap at Clemson in 1998 
athletically-gifted athlete who runs 
the ball effectively at quarterback 
and who learned rapidly in the sec- 
ondary as a sophomore ... came 
to Maryland originally as a free 
safety and should establish a 
strong presence defensively in his 
final two seasons ... very smart 
player whose quarterback experience 
should aid in his development at 
safety ... wore jersey No. 38 when 
he arrived on campus in 1998, and ' 
switched to No. 1 when he moved to 
quarterback ... began wearing No. 12 
in 1999. 

1999: Former starting quarterback who 
moved back to the secondary immediately 
following the season opener ... returned 
to the QB position for the season finale vs. 
Virginia and nearly led Maryland to a dra- 
matic upset and bowl bid ... was a key figure in the 
Terps' secondary, although mostly in a reserve role 
... totaled 27 tackles and two pass breakups ... made 
back-to-back starts at the free safety position vs. 
North Carolina and Duke in place of the injured Shawn 
Forte ... recorded a career-high 13 tackles vs. North 
Carolina and had eight vs. Clemson ... in the season 
finale vs. Virginia, was called on to play quarterback 
with the Terps trailing 17-0 in the first quarter ... 
led Maryland on a 24-0 scoring run and had the Terps 
in the lead late in the game before falling 34-30 in 
the game's final minute. 

1998: True freshman QB who started four of the 10 
games in which he played ... 44 for 98 passing for 
567 yards and three touchdowns ... fourth-leading 
rusher with 230 yards on 77 carries ... 75-yard touch- 
down scamper vs. Duke was Maryland's longest run 
from scrimmage all season ... had a 40-yard TD run 
vs. Georgia Tech, in Baltimore ... first start came at 
Clemson ... started four straight games before com- 
ing off the bench in just the second series against 
Duke and NC State ... at Duke, finished with 115 



yards rushing and was 6 of 13 passing while guiding 
Terps to 358 yards total offense ... Terps' offensive 
back of the game at Duke ... engineered both Mary- 
land scoring drives vs. Florida State ... longest pass 
was a 56-yard completion to fullback Matt Kalapinski 
who was taken down at the NC State 9-yard line ... 
Jones scored two plays later from eight yards out for 
a 28-21 deficit with 10:15 remaining ... saw action 
in every game except at Virginia ... caught a 15-yard 
pass from tailback LaMont Jordan vs. Temple. 

Prep School: Attended the U.S. Naval Academy Prep 
School in Rhode Island in the fall of 1997 ... broke 
the school record for rushing touchdowns by a quar- 
terback ... was a co-captain with fellow Terp Khary 
Darlington. 

High School: Graduated from Gov. Thomas Johnson 
High School in 1997 ... was a two-time all-state free 
safety at Gov. Thomas Johnson High ... was a pre- 
season All-American prior to his senior season by Street 
Smith's ... led his high school team in in- 
terceptions for three seasons, totaling 21 
in his career ... as a quarterback in '96, 
he rushed for 19 touchdowns and passed 
for 13 others ... was a three-time all- 
area and all-conference selection at 
QB and free safety ... led his team 
with 123 total tackles as a senior 
... team reached the state semis 
his junior and senior seasons and 
the quarterfinals his sophomore year 
... also played basketball in high 
school (where he was a teammate of 
Terp basketball player Terence Mor- 
ris), helping his team to a state 3A 
championship ... was a state high 
school champion as a senior in 
the 110 hurdles. 

Personal: Randall Demetrius 

Jones ... born April 20, 

1979 ... son of Karen and 

Randy Jones ... majoring 

^ in communications ... 

1 first name is pronounced 

J "ran-DELL." 

Career Statistics 




Defense G-GS 


UT 


AT 


TT 


TFL Sacks 


Int 


1999 10-2 


14 


13 


27/2.7 


0-0 0.0-0 


0-0 



Passing G-GS Att Comp Int Yds Pet TD LP 

1998 10-4 98 44 4 567 .449 3 56 

1999 10-2 9 4 60 .444 1 20 
Totals 20-6 107 48 4 627 .448 4 56 



Rushing G-GS 

1998 10-4 

1999 10-2 
Totals 20-6 



Att 

77 
10 
87 



Net 

230 

41 

271 



Avg. TD 

3.0 3 

4.1 
3.1 3 



LP 

75 
17 
75 



Jones Up Close 

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 

If I lost all my possessions except one, I'd like to 
keep: my Bible 

My ambition after college, other than pro foot- 
ball, is to: be a coach 



m 



One Heartbeat, 



2000 Marvlantl Terrapins Football 




00 MARYLAND F TWt L - 2 TCRI 



2000 

Heisman Trophy 
Candidate 



] 





LaMont 

Jordan 

Tailback 

Forestville, Md. 

(Suitland) 

Ml* 220 • Senior. 3W 

On Jordan: All-America and elite national honors 
candidate who enters his senior year as arguably the 
top running back in the country ... called a top five 
Heisman Trophy candidate by Street & Smith's Col- 
lege Football Preview ... ranked as the nation's top 
running back and No. 7 Heisman candidate by Lindy's 
Preseason Annual ... ranked the nation's No. 2 run- 
ning back and No. 8 Heisman candidate by The Sport- 
ing News ... chosen by College Football Hews as the 
No. 3 offensive player in the country ... one of two 
running backs selected by Lindy's to the ACC first 
team All-Decade Team for the 1990s ... chosen by 
numerous publications as the ACC's top offensive 
player for 2000 ... 2000 preseason All-America by 
Playboy, Blue Ribbon, The Sporting News, Street & 
Smith's, Lindy's/Sportstine, Athlon Sports, Football 
News and College Football News ... appeared in The 
Sporting News' Heisman Watch on Nov. 22, 1999 ... 
nation's top rusher over the last six weeks of 1999 
(1,101 yards) ... top career rusher among all NCAA 
schools entering the 2000 season ... only returning 
player from College Football News and Football News 
first- and second-team running back selections ...will 
become a three-time nominee for the Doak Walker 
Award after finishing as a semifinalist in 1999 ... 
primary cog in Maryland's improved running game 
the past three seasons (106th in NCAA in 1997, 50th 
in 1998, 12th in 1999) ... punishing, hard-nosed, 
determined runner who gains yards inside and out- 
side ... not afraid, and in fact prefers, to run through 
opposing tacklers ... deceptive speed, difficult to 
tackle one-on-one, quick to break through an open 
hole ... very versatile in the Maryland offense as a 
runner, receiver and even a passer ... has thrown 
two TD passes and caught another ... big-play man 
who is always a threat to break a long-gainer ... 
fifth in the nation in rushing as a junior, second in 
the ACC as a sophomore and junior ... boasts 3,227 
career rushing yards and a 5.4 average per rush ... 
only 91 yards shy of breaking the Terps' career rush- 
ing record (3,359 by Charlie Wysocki, 1978-81) and 
1,376 to establish a new ACC career rushing stan- 
dard (4,602 by Ted Brown, NC State, 1975-78) ... 
only fourth ACC runner ever to surpass 3,000 career 
yards in his junior season ... 1,632 yards as a junior 
was the best single-season in Maryland history, and 
the best ever by an ACC junior ... 773 yards shy of 
becoming just the fifth ACC runner ever to reach 4,000 
yards ... 1,773 yards from becoming the first ACC 
player to reach 5,000, and just the ninth in NCAA 
history ... needs 1,732 yards to move into the NCAA's 
top 10 rushers of all-time ... must average 157.5 
yards (based on 11 games) to move into NCAA top 
10 as a senior ... must average 161.2 yards (based 



S^il 




on 11 games) to reach 5,000 as a senior ... 
has progressively improved his rushing aver- 
age through his career ... averaged 62 yards 
as a freshman, 90 yards as a sophomore ... 
averaged 148.4 yards per game in his junior 
year overall, but had 100-yard production in 
five of his last six games for 1,101 yards and a 183.5- 
yard average during that stretch ... averages 100.8 
yards per game through a three-season career ... 
second on Terrapins in receptions as a sophomore 
and junior ... joins fullback rushing mate Matt 
Kalapinski (4.6 YPC) as one of the most formidable 
inside-outside rushing tandems in the nation. 

1999: Junior campaign cemented his status as one 
of the elite running backs in the country ... second- 
team All-America by Football News and College Foot- 
ball News ... third-team All-American by The Sport- 
ing News ... semifinalist for Doak Walker Award honor- 
ing the nation's top running back ... first-team All- 
ACC ... named to the ECAC All-Star team ... estab- 
lished the third-best rushing season in ACC history 
with 1,632 yards in 11 games ... Maryland single- 
season rushing record and ACC class record for rush- 
ing yards by a junior ... NCAA rushing leader over 
the last six games of his junior season, the only player 
in the country to eclipse 1,100 rushing yards in that 
stretch (183.5 per game) ... only the eighth Terra- 
pin back ever to carry more than 200 times in a sea- 
son (266) ... 6.1 yards per carry is Terp record for 
200 carries or more, shattering the old mark of 4.6 
... one of just four NCAA top 10 running backs with 
over six yards per carry (Tomlinson, Dayne, Canidate) 
. . . fifth-leading running back in the nation with 148.4 



yards per game ... finished 10th in the country in 
all-purpose running (167.27 yards) and 11th in scor- 
ing (9.27 points) ... seven games over 100 yards 
and six over 150 ... 306-yard effort in season finale 
vs. Virginia established a new Maryland record and 
was the third-best game in ACC history ... 227-yard 
game vs. Duke was, at the time, the third-best in 
Maryland history and best in the ACC since 1995 ... 
three of four top games were against bowl teams 
including 169 at No. 1-ranked Florida State ... yard- 
age vs. FSU was the most allowed by the Seminoles 
in four seasons (1995) ... had 177 yards against 
Clemson ... career-high 37 carries in finale against 
Virginia ... remarkable that he fumbled just three 
times all season, losing only one and that in the 
season opener at Temple ... after a fumble on his 
second carry of game three vs. West Virginia, had 
just one fumble the rest of the season (at FSU) ... 
went a stretch of 166 carries and 188 consecutive 
touches (receiving and passing) without a fumble 
... Terps' second-leading receiver with 19 catches ... 
70-yard TD at Wake Forest was his only career receiv- 
ing touchdown, and knotted the score at 14 before a 
game-winning field goal minutes later ... also threw 
a 60-yard TD, to Jermaine Arlington at Georgia Tech 
... against all five ACC bowl teams, Jordan either ran 
for more than 150 yards or contributed a breakaway 
rushing, passing or receiving touchdown. 



One Heartbeat 



2000 Marvlanit Terrauins Football 



tin 



M A R Y LA N D F lift L - 2.0 OM T E R R ? A P I N S_^ 




1998: Second team 
All-ACC and named 
Maryland's most 
outstanding of- 
fensive player ... 
played 10 of 11 
games in his 
sophomore 
campaign 
and fell 
just 94 
yards shy 
of becom- 
ing the Terps' 
fourth player 
to rush for 
1,000 yards in 
a season ... 906 

rushing yards were third-best 
sophomore total in Terrapin his- 
tory ... averaged 90.6 yards 
per game and 5.4 yards per 
carry ... also was Maryland's 
third-leading receiver with 14 
catches for 87 yards, 6.2 per 
reception ... five 100-yard 
rushing games including a ca- 
reer-high 138 yards on 22 car- 
ries vs. Temple ... averaged 
8.0 yards per carry while rush- 
ing 17 times for 136 yards at North 
Carolina ... rushed for two touchdowns 
against Temple and UNC ... averaged 6.6 
yards against Wake Forest while carrying 20 
times for 132 yards ... also threw halfback 
screen pass that turned into a 68-yard TD .. 
pass to Jermaine Arlington against the Demon Dea- 
cons ... it was Maryland's longest TD pass in two 
seasons ... surpassed 100-yard plateau in consecu- 
tive games vs. Wake Forest, Georgia Tech and North 
Carolina ... accounted for all of Maryland's scoring 
at UNC with 49- and 50-yard scoring runs, the long- 
est of his career ... averaged 33.5 yards on his six TD 
runs in 1998 ... blistered Duke and UNC defenses in 
back-to-back weeks with long runs of 48, 49 and 50 
yards, all for touchdowns ... added a 39-yard run in 
the season finale against NC State to contribute to a 
109-yard rushing day on 20 carries. 

1997: Burst on to the scene as a true freshman by 
finishing runner-up for ACC Rookie of the Year hon- 
ors ... led all ACC freshmen in rushing yards (689), 
attempts (159) and all-purpose yards (920) ... his 
689 yards ranked eighth nationally among all true 
freshmen ... ran for a freshman school record 135 
yards vs. Temple and totaled a school freshman-record 
25 carries vs. Georgia Tech ... became the first fresh- 
man in Maryland history to post two 100-yard games 
in a season (vs. Temple and North Carolina State) ... 
accounted for 71 percent of Maryland's rushing yards 
... was named ACC Rookie of the Week Sept. 29 for 
his 135-yard effort in a win over Temple ... his 44- 
yard TD run vs. Florida State was the fourth longest 
gain from scrimmage by a Maryland freshman ... av- 
eraged 4.3 yards per carry ... finished third on the 
team in receptions (22). 

High School: Graduated from Suitland High School 
in 1997 ... highly decorated player who was named 
first team All-Met by the Washington Post and Balti- 
more Sun as a senior ... also earned first team all- 




state, first team all-county and was selected George 
Michael's Golden 11 Player of the Year in 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 
outstanding player ... rushed for 1,962 
yards and 23 touchdowns on 196 
attempts as a senior 
... also re- 
turned 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 yards in 1995 
... PrepStar wrote in its January, 1997 is- 
sue: "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 cham- 
pion 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 communications. 



Jordan Up Close 

My goal for 2000 is: to throw another touchdown 
pass 

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

For me to improve on the field, I need to: work 
harder 

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

The word that best describes me is: humble 

My favorite pro sports team is: the San Francisco 
49ers 



NCAA Division l-A Active Career 


Roshing Leaders 




Player, School Yards 


Att. Avg. 


LaMont Jordan, Maryland (Sr.) 3,227 


594 5.4 


Ladainian Tomlinson, TCU (Sr.) 3,105 


538 5.8 


Anthony Thomas, Michigan (Sr.) 2,737 


605 4.5 


Robert Sanford, W. Michigan (Sr.) 2,648 


545 4.9 


Ken Simonton, Oregon State (Jr.) 2,514 


518 5.2 


Ricky Williams, Texas Tech (Sr.) 2,489 


507 4.9 


Travis Minor, Florida State (Sr.) 2,295 


483 4.8 


Deuce McAllister, Ole Miss (Sr.) 2,293 


457 5.0 



Maryland Heisman Trophy History 

Maryland's complete Heisman Trophy history (players 
who finished among top 10 vote-getters): 



Year 

1952 
1953 
1955 
1961 
1974 
1983 



Player (Place) 
Jack Scarbath (2nd) 
Bernie Faloney (4th) 
Bob Pellegrini (6th) 
Gary Collins (8th) 
Randy White (9th) 



POS 

QB 

QB 
C/NG 
TE/WR 

DT 



Boomer Esiason (10th) QB 



lst-2nd-3rd-T 
70-57-43-367 
46-34-52-258 
38-64-52-294 
28-31-21-167 
9-20-18-85 
4-11-17-51 



Source: Downtown Athletic Club 



1997 Game-ry-Game Statistics 
(Freshman) 



Opponent 


Att 


Yds 


TD 


Avg 


Rec 


Yds 


TD Avg 


Ohio 


2 


2 





1.00 


1 


5 


5.00 


at Fla. St. 


5 


52 


1 


10.40 








0.00 


UNC 


15 


35 





2.33 


2 


9 


4.50 


at Temple 


21 


135 





6.43 








0.00 


Duke 


18 


70 





3.89 


4 


9 


2.25 


W. Va. 


18 


33 





1.83 


2 


24 


12.00 


at Wake 


12 


62 





5.17 


5 


31 


6.20 


Clemson 


12 


37 


1 


3.08 


4 


33 


8.25 


Virginia 


9 


40 





4.44 








0.00 


at NC St. 


22 


126 





5.73 


1 


6 


6.00 


at Ga. Tech 


25 


97 


1 


3.88 


3 


38 


12.67 



1998 Game-ry-Game Statistics 
(Sophomore) 



Opponent 


Att 


Yds 


TD 


Avg 


Rec 


Yds 


TD Avg 


J. Madison 


d 


np-in 












at Virginia 


23 


88 





3.83 


3 


31 


10.33 


at W. Va. 


9 


1 





9.00 








0.00 


Temple 


22 


138 


2 


6.27 








0.00 


Fla. St. 


10 


49 





4.90 


2 


8 


4.00 


at Clemson 


14 


83 





5.93 


1 


7 


7.00 


Wake 


20 


132 





6.60 


4 


18 


4.50 


vs. Ga. Tech' 


19 


102 





5.37 


2 


12 


6.00 


at UNC 


17 


136 


2 


8.00 


1 


-2 


-2.00 


at Duke 


15 


68 


1 


4.53 








0.00 


NCSt. 


20 


109 


1 


5.45 


1 


13 


13.00 



* game played at PSINet Stadium in Baltimore 

1999 Game-ry-Game Statistics 
(Junior) 



Opponent 


Att 


Yds 


TD 


Avg 


Rec 


Yds 


TD Avg 


at Temple 


21 


41 





1.95 


1 


6 


6.00 


W. Carolina 


18 


158 


3 


8.78 


3 


21 


7.00 


W. Va. 


22 


164 


1 


7.45 


2 


15 


7.50 


at Ga. Tech 


27 


79 


2 


2.92 


4 


61 


15.25 


at Wake 


18 


89 


1 


4.94 


3 


86 


1 28.67 


Clemson 


26 


177 


4 


6.81 


2 


9 


4.50 


UNC 


26 


147 


2 


5.65 


1 


-6 


-6.00 


Duke 


24 


227 





9.46 








0.00 


at NC St. 


20 


75 


1 


3.75 


1 


7 


7.00 


at Fla. St. 


27 


169 





6.26 


2 


9 


4.50 


Virginia 


37 


306 


2 


8.27 








0.00 



Nation's leading rusher during final six games of 
1999 season, averaging 183.5 yards. 



Career Statistics 



Rushing G-GS 

1997 11-3 

1998 10-9 

1999 11-10 
Totals 32-22 

Receiving G-GS 

1997 11-3 

1998 10-9 

1999 11-10 
Totals 32-22 

Passing G-GS 

1997 11-3 

1998 10-9 

1999 11-10 
Totals 32-22 



Att 

159 
169 
266 



Net Avg. 

689 4.3 

906 5.4 

1,632 6.1 



594 3,227 5.4 



Rec 

22 
14 
19 
55 



Yds 

155 

87 

208 

450 



Avg 

7.1 

6.2 

11.0 

8.2 



TD LP YPG 

3 44 62.6 

6 50 90.6 

16 90 148.4 

25 90 100.8 

TD LP YPG 

22 14.1 

13 8.7 

1 70 18.9 
1 70 14.1 



Att Comp 

1 

2 2 

3 2 
6 4 



Int 






Yds Pet TD LP 

.000 

83 1.000 1 68 

60 .667 1 60 



O 143 .667 2 68 



ULI 



One Heartbeat > 



ZOOO Marvtantt Terranins Footnall 



00 MARYLAND F TTUH L. - -2 0-0 T E R 







fullback 

Marshfield, Mass. 

(Marshfieid) 

6-1 -224 -Senior. 3 V 

On Kalapinski: Senior fullback who teams with 
LaMont Jordan to give Maryland one of the most 
potent inside-outside rushing tandems in the coun- 
try ... both averaged right at five yards per carry as 
sophomores in 1998 and both were ranked among 
ACC rushing leaders ... third-year starter was / 
voted by The Sporting News as the No. 3 full- , 
back in the nation ... joins Jordan to form 
what Lindy's Preseason Annual calls the 
No. 7 offensive backfield in the coun- 
try ... Kalapinski proved a formidable 
runner in his third college season 
also, averaging 4.6 yards per carry 
with just one yard for losses in 11 
games ... started 21 of 22 games 
the past two seasons and 25 
overall ... hard-nosed, 
hard-working, blue- 
collar type 
player. 




1999: Ten-game starter at fullback whose blocking 
helped spring tailback LaMont Jordan for a school 
record 1,632 rushing yards, fifth-most in the coun- 
try ... appeared in all 11 games, missing his first 
start in two seasons when the Terps opened in a 
three-receiver set against Wake Forest ... averaged 
4.6 yards on 34 carries, totaling 157 net yards on 
the season ... scored three touchdowns on the ground 
... rushed for a season-high 64 yards in regular sea- 
son finale vs. Virginia ... scored a pair of touch- 
downs in the win over North Carolina ... totaled four 
solo tackles on special teams. 

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 (11 carries) at West Virginia ... scored 
two TDs in Morgantown ... caught four passes for 97 
yards. 

1997: Appeared in all 11 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 
t position ... led Marshfield 
^^^f to two consecutive Super 
Bowl championships ... 
earned three varsity letters 
in football and three in 
baseball ... named all- 
league in baseball as a jun- 
ior and senior ... high 
school coach was Lou Silva. 

Personal: Matthew Lawrence 

Kalapinski ... born Sept. 8, 

1979 ... son of Carol and Paul 

Kalapinski ... majoring in 

criminology and criminal 

justice. 




Career Statistics 

Rushing G-GS Att Net Avg. TD LP 

1997 11-4 3 5 1.7 3 

1998 11-11 75 370 4.9 3 53 

1999 11-10 34 157 4.6 3 28 
Totals 33-25 112 532 4.8 6 53 



Receiving G-GS Rec Yds 

1997 11-4 2 24 

1998 11-11 4 97 

1999 11-10 6 46 
Totals 33-25 12 167 



Avg TD LP 

12.0 15 

24.3 1 56 

7.7 1 10 

13.9 2 56 



Kalapinski Up Close 

Someday I would like to take a trip to: Switzer- 
land 

What stands out most about Coach Vanderlinden 
is: his charisma 

The best advice I've ever received is: "Live today 
as if you were going to die tomorrow." 

My craziest ambition is: to go sky-diving 

The word that best describes me is: competitive 









A - ^ Chad 
■k iB Killian 

Fullback 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 

(Fox Chapel) 

6-2 • 232 • R-Sophomore 

On Killian: Third-year sophomore who figures into 
the depth picture at fullback ... will compete with 
redshirt freshman Bernie Fiddler for the second full- 
back position. 

1999: Appeared in six games and saw limited action 
at fullback and on special teams ... carried the ball 
three times for 11 net yards ... had two solo tackles 
and a fumble recovery (vs. North Carolina) on spe- 
cial teams. 

1998: Redshirt season. 

High School: Graduated from Fox Chapel High School 
in 1998 ... earned third team all-state honors and 
USA Today honorable mention All-America recogni- 
tion as a senior in 1997 after rushing for 1,436 yards 
and scoring 28 touchdowns ... also was a first team 
All-Quad A East choice and was selected to the Fabu- 
lous 22 team by the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette ... helped 
his team to a 10-2 record and a berth in the semifi- 
nals of the postseason playoffs ... also played line- 
backer ... earned first team all-conference honors as 
a junior ... led his team in rushing as a sophomore 
... high school coach was Joe Naunchuk. 

Personal: Chadwick Joseph Killian ... born March 5, 
1980 ... son of Bonnie and Paul Killian ... his father 
played college football at Pitt ... his brother, P.J., 
played football at Virginia and with the Cleveland 
Browns, and his brother Todd played football at 
Duquesne ... was born in Washington, D.C. ... major- 
ing in criminology and criminal justice. 

Career Statistics 

Rushing G-GS Att Net Avg. TD LP 

1999 6-0 3 11 3.7 11 



Killian Up Close 

My goal for 2000 is: to do better in school 
The best advice I've ever received is: "Be your- 
self." 
If I lost all my possessions except one, I'd want 

to keep: my fishing rod 
My craziest ambition is: to go sky diving 
For me to improve on the field, I need to: im- 
prove in the classroom 
If I could compete in any other college sport, it 
would be: golf 



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Defensive Back 

Silver Spring, Md. 

(Paint Branch) 

5-9 • 195 • B-Sophomore 

On Kim: Third-year walk-on who was switched from 
tailback to defensive back during 2000 spring drills 
... listed No. 2 on the depth chart behind Tony 
Okanlawon during spring, sharing time with Derrell 
Poland. 

1999: Appeared in one game, vs. Western Carolina 
... did not record any statistics. 

1998: Redshirt season ... tore an anterior cruciate 
ligament during a fall scrimmage and was unavail- 
able for duty. 

High School: Graduated from Paint Branch High 
School in 1998 ... helped team rebound to a 4-6 
record as a senior while rushing for 1,019 yards and 
13 touchdowns ... school record 99-yard TD vs. Mont- 
gomery Blair ...first team all-league and honorable 
mention all-county ... recorded 16 tackles with a 
sack and interception while playing outside linebacker 
... lettered in both football and lacrosse as a junior 
and senior ... three-year letterwinner in wrestling 
where he was regional champion in the 162-pound 
weight class ... also won his class at the Bowie Invi- 
tational ... member of Minds in Motion for students 
with 3.25 GPA or better ... 3.5 GPA. 

Personal: Lucas Yeong-Chang Kim ... born Oct. 16, 
1980 ... son of Kay and Gi-kong Kim ... father is a 
physicist at NASA ... mother is a patent examiner for 
the U.S. Patent and Trademark office ... majoring in 
communications ... favorite athlete is Warrick Dunn. 



Kim Up Close 

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 
The best advice I've ever received is: "Take the 

road less traveled." 
My favorite TV show in syndication is: Good Times 
My favorite pro sports team is the: Tampa Bay 

Buccaneers 




Brian 

IKopka 

Placekicker 

Hollywood, Fla. 

(Hollywood Hills) 

5-7 -174- Senior, 3V 

On Kopka: Lou Groza Award candidate who returns 
for his senior season as one of the nation's most 
outstanding kickers ... chosen by The Sporting News 
as the preseason No. 2 kicker in the nation ... ranked 
the No. 8 kicker in the nation by College Football 
News ... on Lou Groza Award watch lists by The Sport- 
ing News, College Football News and Lindy's/Sportsline 
... joins sophomore punter Brooks Barnard to form 
the ACC's top kicking and special teams units as se- 
lected by Lindy's and College Football News ... con- 
sistent scoring threat from as far as 50 yards who led 
the nation in field goals at one point in 1998, and 
who has ranked nationally each of the last two sea- 
sons ... career 34 of 49 (.694) on field goal attempts, 
and 66 of 69 (.956) on extra-point attempts ... fourth 
among Maryland career field goal leaders entering 
his senior season ... fourth among Maryland career 
leaders in scoring by kickers (168 points), PATs (66) 
and field goals made (34) ... sixth on Terps' career 
ladder in overall career scoring ... has made three 
field goals in a game four times in three seasons ... 
named the Terps' top special teams performer as a 
sophomore and junior. 

1999: The Terps' second-leading scorer totaled a 
career-best 80 points as a junior, establishing per- 
sonal highs for field goals (16), PAT's (32) and touch- 
backs on kickoffs (35) ... Maryland junior class record 
for points kicking (80) surpassed previous mark of 
73 by Jess Atkinson ... earned honorable mention 
All-America honors from Football News ... his 16 field 
goals equaled the second-most in a season by a Ter- 
rapin kicker and tied for 19th nationally in 
per-game average (1.4) ... his season 
long of 46 yards came in the season fi- 
nale vs. Virginia ... on the sea- 
son, he was 8 of 9 from 
29 yards or less, 7 of 8 
from 30-39 yards and 1 
of 4 from 40-49 yards 
... 16 of 21 overall for 
76.2 percent, eighth 
best in Terp history 
... had the first 
game-winning 
field goal of his ca- 
reer when he booted 
a 19-yarderwith 3:25 
remaining to lift 



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Maryland to a 17-14 road win vs. Wake Forest, an 
effort which helped propel him to ACC Special Teams 
Player of the Week honors ... had a three-field goal 
game vs. Virginia and two-field goal games vs. Temple, 
West Virginia and Duke ... 35 of his 61 kickoffs re- 
sulted in touchbacks, an impressive percentage of 
.573. 

1998: Led Maryland in scoring while booting 12 of 
18 field goals ... tied with five others for ninth on 
Maryland's single season chart with 12 FGs ... fin- 
ished ranked 43rd nationally 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-yarderin season's 
first attempt, hit 10 straight until 37-yard attempt 
was blocked vs. Florida State ... 46-yarder at Vir- 
ginia was second-longest of career ... pair of 43- 
yard field goals at West Virginia was first career game 
with multiple 40-yarders ... pair of 43-yarders were 
third-longest of career ... was 4 of 6 between 40 and 
49 yards and 8 of 9 inside 40 ... 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 for 4 (46wr, 21, 27, 26) in season opener vs. 
James Madison ... came out of spring drills contend- 
ing 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 victory in the 
annual spring game. 

1997: Became only the third true freshman to kick 
for the Terps ... saw his first action in the season's 
fourth game, vs. Temple, when he took over the kick- 
off and PAT duties ... was the hero in the Terps' win 
over Duke, earning ACC Rookie of the Week honors 
after connecting on all three of his field goal at- 
tempts (47, 31, 36 yards) in a 16-10 victory ... hit 
both of his attempts — 
^ \ from 39 and 44 yards — 
^JK , in the season fi- 

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shared the team lead in scoring, totaling 30 points 
... converted 6 of 10 field goal attempts and 12 of 
13 extra-point tries. 

High School: Graduated from Hollywood Hills High 
School in 1997 ... was a first team all-state selec- 
tion as a senior ... also was a two-time all-county 
and all-conference honoree ... career-long 56-yard 
field goal came during his senior season, when he 
made 8 of 11 field goal attempts and all 14 PAT tries 
... earned Student-Athlete of the Week honors from 
the Sun-Sentinel newspaper and was a member of 
the National Honor Society ... high school coach was 
Jack Pierson. 

Personal: Brian Matthew Kopka ... born Nov. 27, 1978 
... son of Renee Wallack and Sam Kopka ... a brother, 
Kevin, was a kicker at Notre Dame ... majoring in 
communications ... Maryland scholar-athlete in 1997, 
1998 and 1999 ... football team's George Boutselis 
Award as a junior for letterwinner with highest aca- 
demic average ... 1999 GTE/CoSIDA Academic All- 
District . . . member of 1999 ACC Academic Honor Roll. 



Career Statistics 



Year 

1997 
1998 
1999 
Totals 



GP-GS 
8-7 

11-11 
11-11 
30-29 



XP-A 
12-13 
22-23 
32-33 
66-69 



FG-A LG 

6-10 47 

12-18 46 

16-21 41 

34-49 47 



Pts. 
30 
58 
80 

168 



Kopka Up Close 

My goal for 2000 is: to be an All-American and go 

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

spend practice with the specialists 
The best advice I've ever received is: "Things are 

never realty 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 
If I could change one thing in the world, it would 

be: to end racism and stereotypes 




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i I Bob 

■ Krantz 



Offensive Guard 

Clifton, Vjl 

(Centreville) 

6-5 • 283 • R-Sophomore 

On Krantz: Third-season sophomore who is expected 
to challenge for a starting spot on the offensive line 
... tabbed during spring in the No. 1 spot at right 
guard, filling the vacancy left by NFL free agent Jamie 
Wu ... split time with redshirt freshman Lamar Bryant 
and should compete with him and Chris Snader for 
playing time in 2000 ... entered spring 1999 in No. 
2 position at left guard. 



1999: A|i|i.-, 

West Virginia an 
letter. 



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igainst Western Carolina, 
olina, but did not earn a 



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 a SuperPrep 
all-region choice in 1997 ... also was named to George 
Michael's "Golden 11" all-star team ... as an offen- 
sive tackle, he was rated the top lineman in the state 
by Tom Lemming and the No. 3 offensive line pros- 
pect in the ACC region by the National Recruiting 
Advisor and PrepStar ... Centreville won a district 
title and finished runner-up in the region while post- 
ing a 10-2 record in 1997 ... also recruited by Vir- 
ginia, 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. ... ma- 
joring in communications. 



Krantz Up Close 

My goal for 2000 is to: play in a New Year's 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 gear 

The word that best describes me is: fun 

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




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Matt 

Langlie 

Quarterback 

Kensington, Mo. 

[Walter Johnson) 

6-0 • 172 • R-Junior 

On Langlie: Walk-on quarterback who enters his sec- 
ond year with the Terrapin program ... enrolled at 
Maryland in spring 1998 and joined the football squad 
during the 1999 season ... has not seen game ac- 
tion. 

1999: Redshirt season. 

High School: Graduated in 1997 from Walter Johnson 
High School in Bethesda ... two-year letterwinner in 
football and baseball ... helped guide his team to its 
first winning season since 1980 with a 6-4 finish in 
his junior campaign in 1995 ... was a co-captain 
and won the team's Wildcat Award as a senior ... 
played quarterback, wide receiver and safety ... was 
a middle infielder in baseball ... football coach was 
Joe Doody. 



Personal: 

10, 1979 ... son ol 

majoring in business m.ir 

scholar-athlete. 






Langlie Up Close 

My goal for 2000 is: to get some playing time 
Someday I would like to take a trip to: Hawaii 
The one thing that stands out most about Coach 

Vanderlinden is: his desire to win 
My craziest ambition is: to play for the Dallas Cow- 
boys 
The word that best describes me is: determined 
If I could change one thing in the world, it would 
be: the unhappiness in the world 





Mark 

Lebida 

Wide Receiver/Punter 

Edison, N.J. 

U.P. Stevens) 

5-11 • 137 • R-Senior 

On Lebida: Walk-on senior who hopes to contribute 
at wide receiver and punter positions ... second sea- 
son with the program ... enrolled at Maryland in fall 
1996. 

1999: Redshirt season. 

High School: Graduated from John P. Stevens High 
School in 1996 ... lettered in track and football ... 
played receiver and defensive back while handling 
punting duties ... pole vaulter in track, clearing 12- 
feet in best performance ... county pole vault cham- 
pion ... football scholar-athlete award recipient ... 
high school coach was Frank Zarro. 

Personal: Mark Edward Lebida ... born July 16, 1978 
... son of Diane and Edward Lebida ... majoring in 
economics . . . father is high school principal and foot- 
ball coach at nearby Montclair High School. 



Lebida Up Close 

If I lost all my possessions except one, I'd want 

to keep: my surfboard 
My ambition after football is: to be a successful 

market analyst 
Someday I would like to take a trip to: Australia 
My craziest ambition is: surf the pipeline in Ha- 
waii 
Who would I most like to meet?: Michael Jordan 
My favorite type of food is: cheesesteak 



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Reggie 

Lewis 

Linebacker 

Chicago, III. 

(Carver) 

6-0*230*R-Junior,1V 

On Lewis: Fourth-year junior who will challenge for 
a starting position at inside linebacker ... saw only 
limited game action in 1998 and 1999 ... bears good 
all-around skills and moves well to the football ... 
missed 2000 spring drills. 

1999: Played in five games with duty split between 
inside linebacker and special teams ... 11 total tack- 
les including a career-high seven against North Caro- 
lina ... also had one sack for six yards. 

1998: Saw brief action in eight games, but 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 quarter- 
back 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: "I love you, but 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 





Rod 

Littles 

Strong Safety 

Gainesville, Fla. 

(Gainesville) 

5-11 • 195 • Junior 2V 

On Littles: Strong, hard-hitting junior expected to 
compete for a starting position at safety ... regular 
contributor during each of the first 22 games of his 
career. 

1999: Played in all 11 games as a sophomore, start- 
ing in nine at strong safety ... leading secondary 
tackier with 84 stops, in- 
cluding one tackle be- 
hind the line of scrim- 
mage ... regular con- 
tributor in all 11 
games ... took over 
starting duties after 
Tony Jackson's bro- 
ken ankle in season 
opener at Temple ... 
missed starting nod 
vs. Clemson in favor 
of a nickel formation 
on the Tigers' first 
series ... posted 11 
tackles vs. Wake For- 
est and 10 vs. Vir- 
ginia. 




T 



19 9 8: 

Played in 
all 11 
games as 
a true 
freshman 



started vs. Wake For- 
est ... 21 tackles ... 
season-high eight 
tackles vs. Wake Forest 
... had five vs. Geor- 
gia Tech. 

High School: Graduated 
from Gainesville High 
School in 1998 ... cap- 
tured Gainesville Sun Defensive Player of the Year 
honors as a senior ... also named all-state, all-dis- 
trict and all-area in addition to pulling down team 
MVP honors ... totaled 82 tackles and four intercep- 
tions while playing outside linebacker and safety ... 
on offense, he totaled 512 yards ... as a junior, he 
earned all-area and second team all-state recogni- 
tion ... participated on the track and field team, 
helping the school's 4x100 meter relay team to a 
second place state finish in 1997 ... recruited by 
Alabama ... high school coach was Ed James. 



Personal: Rodrick Jason Littles . 
... son of Sylvia and Joe Littles . 
studies. 



born Dec. 29, 1979 
. majoring in family 



Career Statistics 



Defense G-GS 

1998 11-1 

1999 11-9 
Totals 22-10 



UT 

13 
49 
62 



AT TT 

8 21/1.9 

35 84/7.6 

43 105/4.8 



TFL Sacks Int 

0-0 0.0-0 0-0 

1-1 0.0-0 2-0 

1-1 0.0-0 2-0 



Littles Up Close 

My goal for 2000 is: to become an all-around, com- 
plete player 

Someday I would like to take a trip to: Africa 

The best advice I've ever received is: "Keep God 
first in everything you do." 

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

For me to improve on the field, I need to: work 
on my footwork and stay under control 

The word that best describes me is: intense and 
aggressive 





Sam 

Marvis 



Center 

Greensbhrg, Pa. 

(Hempfield Area) 

6-3 • 265 • R-Sophomore 

On Marvis: Third-season offensive lineman who has 
been beset by a pair of shoulder dislocations ... 
missed 1999 fall, and re-injured the same shoulder 
in 2000 spring drills ... had surgery this past May 
and is hoped to return to add depth to the offensive 
line this fall ... athletic lineman who plays hard ... 
will back up Melvin Fowler upon his return. 

1999: Suffered a right shoulder dislocation during 
fall camp and did not play. 

1998: Redshirt 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 
team 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 42 years ... 
was selected to the Foothill Classic 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 Ken- 
tucky and is a former high school football coach ... 
high school coach was Casey Cavanaugh. 



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Personal: Sam Jay Marvis ... born Sept. 8, 1979 ... 
son of Kathleen and Samuel Marvis ... majoring in 
education ... Maryland scholar-athlete in fall 1998. 



Marvis Up Ciose 

Someday I would like to take a trip to: Disneyland 
For me to improve on the field, I need to: get 

ImHH'i 
My ambition after football is to: be a teai hei 
If I lost all my possessions except one, I'd like to 

keep: my car 
My craziest ambition is: to travel to Australia 
If I could change one thing in the world, it would 

be: to stop starvation 




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Calvin 

McCall 

Quarterback 

Miami, Fla. 

(Dr. Phillips) 

6-3 • 189 • R-Sophomore. 1V 

On McCall: Returning starter at quarterback whci 
guided consistent offensive improvements dur- 
ing the first half of 1999 before a late-sea- 
son injury ... took control as a 
leader of the Terrapin offense 
... exhibited improving 
skills, a strong arm and 
growing confidence 
in his first season 
of play ... walked I 
on to the Terrapin 
basketball team in 
winter and bolstered 
Maryland's defensive ef 
forts from a guard/for 
ward position ... 
played in 13 games, 
averaging 1.1 points 
in just over five 
minutes per 
game. 




1999: Nine-game starter at quarterback who estab- 
lished most Maryland freshman records for passing 
and total offense ... finished No. 2 among Division 
I-A freshman quarterbacks (behind Virginia Tech's 
Michael Vick) in passing efficiency and total offense 
... runner-up for ACC Rookie of the Year honors ... 
completed 93 of 179 passes (.520) for 1,264 yards 



and five touchdowns ... threw just three intercep- 
tions and finished with the best interception ratio 
(nearly 60:1) in the ACC ... season was cut short by 
two games (torn medial collateral ligament in his 
left knee Nov. 9 vs. NC State) ... a two-time ACC 
Rookie of the Week ... the triggerman in the Terps' 
rejuvenated offensive attack, he helped Maryland rise 
from 105th nationally in 1998 to 54th overall in 1999 
in final NCAA total offense rankings ... threw for a 
career-high 221 yards at Georgia Tech and tossed a 
career-best two TD passes vs. West Virginia. 

1998: Redshirt 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 selec- 
tion in 1997 ... selected to SuperPrep's all-regional 
team ... was recruited by Florida and Syracuse for 
football, and Kansas, Central Florida and South Florida 
for basketball ... completed 72 of 125 passes for 1,312 
yards, 21 touchdowns and just two interceptions as 
a senior ... led team to a 10-1 record and district 
and conference championships ... selected to play in 
the North-South all-star game ... as a junior, he 
played safety and starred for the top-rated defense 
in central Florida, earning second team all-state hon- 
ors ... averaged more than 17 ppg during an all- 
state basketball career and hit better than .320 dur- 
ing his baseball career ... selected to the Metro Con- 
ference Hall of Fame ... high school coach was Chip 
Gierke. 

Personal: Calvin Demar McCall ... born March 

■ 7, 1980 ... son of Lola and Kevin McCall ... 

rew up in Miami, but attended his final 

three years of high school in Orlando ... 

majoring in family studies. 



Career Statistics 



Passing G-GS Att Comp Int Yds Pet TD LP 
1999 9-9 179 93 3 1,264 .520 5 76 



Rushing G-GS 
1999 9-9 



Att 

79 



Net 
256 



Avg. 
3.2 



TD 

1 



LP 
55 



YPG 
28.4 



McCall Up Close 

Someday I would like to take a trip to: Montana 

The toughest thing about being a student-ath- 
lete is: balancing your days, and being tired 

My craziest ambition is: to be a country music 
singer 

If I could change any rule in college football, it 
would be: make late hit calls quicker for the QB 

Who would I most like to meet?: Jesus and Den- 
nis Rodman 




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A Brandon 

^ Tfe Miller 

Center 

Olney, Mb. 

(Good Counsel) 

6-2 • 284 • R-Freshman 

On Miller: Returning walk-on who enters his redshirt 
freshman season as a backup center. 

1999: Redshirt season. 

High School: Graduated from Good Counsel High 
School in metro D.C. where he teamed with fellow 
Maryland freshman Tosin Abari ... four-year 
letterwinner on the gridiron as a tackle and kicker 
... helped team to 24-6 record in final three seasons 
. . . first team all-private schools selection by the Olney 
Gazette ... team captain ... played in WCAC All-Star 
Game at RFK Stadium ... posted 90 tackles as a se- 
nior, including eight sacks ... was 36 of 38 on extra- 
point attempts and had a 44-yard field goal ... also 
competed in track as a senior, where he recorded a 
50-1 shotput effort, and threw the discus 137-5. 

Personal: Brandon Charles Miller ... born Jan. 20, 
1981 ... son of John Miller and Catherine Garofalo 
... majoring in letters and sciences ... 1999 Mary- 
land scholar-athlete. 



Miller Up Close 

My goal for 2000 is: to become the person and 

athlete I can be 
Someday I would like to take a trip to: Spain 
The one thing that stands out most about Coach 

Vanderlinden is: his desire to win 
The best advice I've ever received is: "There are good 

days and bad days, make the best of them alL" 





Scooter 

Monroe 

Wide Receiver 

Abington, Mb. 

(John Carroll) 

6-1 • 189 • Sophomore, 1V 

On Monroe: Athletic, speedy receiver with excellent 
size who should contend for a starting position ... 
one of three true freshmen to letter on the 1999 
team ... a "big-play" type receiver with outstanding 
potential and the ability to stretch a defense ... also 
used as a kickoff returner ... caught two passes for 



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52 yards in the Red-White spring game, including a 
47-yard aerial from Shaun Hill. 

1999: Played in 10 of 11 games as a true freshman 
... three catches for 80 yards including a 72-yard TD 
on his first major college reception, against Western 
Carolina ... it was Maryland's second-longest pass 
play of the year ... three kickoff returns for 48 yards. 

High School: Graduated from John Carroll High 
School in Bel Air, Md., where he was a four-year starter 
and two-year captain ... earned All-America honors 
from PrepStar ... also was an honorable mention prep 
All-American by USA Today ... rushed for 1,000 yards 
as a junior and senior ... starting tailback in Balti- 
more TD Club All-Star Game where he ran for 214 
yards and two touchdowns on 19 carries ... was an 
offensive standout at tailback though is projected 
by Maryland coaches as a receiver and return spe- 
cialist ... also played a strong corner on defense 
during his junior and senior seasons, collecting 
77 solo tackles, 34 assists and five intercep- 
tions ... returned three picks for touchdowns ... 
all-state defensive back as a senior ... featured 
in PrepStar Magazine in August 1998 ... called 
a "quiet leader" by high school coach Bi 
Mackley ... helped team to 8-2 records 
and conference runner-up finishes in 
each of final two seasons ... Balti- 
more Sun All-Metro first team as a 
senior, second team as a junior ... 
earned All-Harford County honors 
three straight seasons ... twice was 
All-MIAA ... member of the Balti- 
more TD Club's Super 22 and the Big 
33 Sporting Times first team as a 
junior and senior ... career statis- 
tics include 478 carries for 3,558 
yards ... 7.4-yard average and 33 touchdowns . 
54 catches for 886 yards and two touchdowns 
721 yards and two TDs on kickoff returns ... 612 
yards and three TDs on punt returns ... also plays 
baseball where he has been named All-MIAA as a 
sophomore and junior ... honor roll student. 

Personal: Hun Warren Monroe ... born April 11, 1981 
... son of LaVerne and Hun Monroe, Sr. ... majoring 
in letters and sciences. 

Career Statistics 

Receiving G-GS Rec Yds Avg TD LP 
1999 10-0 3 80 26.7 1 72 

Kick Ret. G-GS Ret Yds Avg TO LP 
1999 10-0 3 48 16.0 27 





Marlon 

Moore 

Linebacker 

Brandywine, Md. 

(Potomac) 

6 1 • 221 • Junior 2V 

On Moore: Honors candidate linebacker who helps 
form what Lindy's Preseason Annual called the No. 8 
linebacking unit in the country ... returns as 
a starter at inside linebacker where he 
was an impact player and Terps' leading 
tackier in his first season as a starter 
... earned honorable 
mention All- ACC ... 
young and mobile ath- 
lete who backed up 
Kendall Ogle in 1998 
as a true fresh- 
man. 




Monroe Up Ciose 

My goal for 2000 is: to be the best receiver in the 
ACC 

Someday I would like to take a trip to: Cancun 

The one thing that stands out most about Coach 
Vanderlinden is: his belief in the Maryland pro- 
gram 

If I lost all my possessions except one, I'd like to 
keep: my self-respect 

The word that best descn '^-, me is: laid back 



1999: Every-game 
starter who earned hon- 
orable mention All-ACC 
honors ... team's leading 
tackier as a sophomore, av- 
eraging 11.8 per game ... 
second in the ACC ... also 
had five tackles for loss 
(-27 yards) and 
Ik three sacks (-23 
yards) ... three pass breakups and a forced fumble 
... nine games with double-digit tackles including 
career-best 16 vs. Clemson, and games with 15 tack- 
les against Western Carolina and Wake Forest ... 51- 
yard interception return for TD staked Terps to 10-0 
lead against North Carolina. 

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 1998 ... earned second-team All-Met (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, safety 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 yards and two touchdowns ... 
returned six kickoffs for 171 yards (28.5 average), 
including a 70-yard TD ... also returned a blocked 
punt for a score ... was a preseason Street & Smith's 
All-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 11-2 and reached the state championship game 
... also lettered in basketball and track and field ... 
was recruited by Florida, North Carolina, North Caro- 
lina State, Syracuse and Michigan State ... high school 
coach was Eric Knight. 

Personal: Marlon Ashley Moore ... born June 11, 1980 
... son of Marie and Basil Moye ... majoring in family 
studies. 

Career Statistics 

Defense G-GS UT AT TT TFL Sacks Int 

1998 11-0 2 7 9/0.8 0-0 0.0-0 0-0 

1999 11-11 64 66130/11.8 5-27 3-23 1-51 
Totals 22-11 66 73 139/6.3 5-27 3-23 1-51 



Moore Up Close 

My goal for 2000 is: to win a bowl and be success- 
ful in school 

Someday I would like to take a trip to: Hawaii 

What stands out most about Coach Vanderlinden 
is: he is very direct and truthful 

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

My ambition after college is to be a: football coach 





Matt 

Murphy 

Tight End 

New Haven, Mich. 

(New Haven] 

6-5 • 250 • R-Junior, 2V 

On Murphy: Junior tight end who returns to his natu- 
ral position after helping fill a void on the defensive 
line in 1999 ... has good hands and speed ... has the 
size and potential to develop into a fine ACC tight 
end ... missed spring practice due to surgery on both 
shoulders, but will return in fall. 

1999: Shifted from tight end to defensive end early 
in his sophomore season ... first saw action in game 
two vs. Western Carolina ... had one tackle against 
West Virginia and another vs. North Carolina. 

1998: Played in six straight games to end his redshirt 
freshman season while shuffling with Eric James as 
the Terps' backup tight end ... saw greater playing 
time as the season progressed ... caught no passes. 

1997: Redshirt season. 



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High School: Graduated from New Haven High School 
in 1997 ... named All-Met by the Detroit Free-Press 
after playing six positions (FB, TE, WR, DE, LB, DT) 
... recorded 80 tackles as a senior ... had a 3.3 GPA. 

Personal: Matthew Jarrid Murphy ... born Feb. 23. 
1980 ... son of Dawn and Michael Murphy 
his uncle. Dwight Lee, was an All-Ameri- 
can at Michigan State ... majoring in 
criminology and criminal justice ... 
was the first player to commit to new 
Maryland football coach Ron 
Vanderlinden. 



Murphy Up Close 

My goal for 2000 is: to come back from an injury 

to be All-ACC 
The one thing that stands out most about Coach 

Vanderlinden is: he cares about winning 
If I could change one thing about myself I would: 

be more patient 
Someday I would like to take a trip to: Jamaica 
My craziest ambition is to: play in the NBA 
My ambition after college is to: become a senator 






Tony 
Okanlawon 

CORNERBACK 
FORESTVILLE, Mo. 

(DeMatha) 
5-11 -193- Junior, 2V 

On Okanlawon: Talented junior corner who earned a 
starting spot midway through his freshman season 
but struggled with injuries most of 1999 ... preseason 
second team All-ACC by The Sporting News ... good 
cover skills and an all-around athlete ... gained on- 
the-job training as a freshman and has the potential 
to become a quality ACC cornerback ... named the 
Terps' most improved performer during 2000 spring 
drills. 



1999: St, uter in three 
games, played in nine 
after returning from 
a nagging hamstring 
injury suffered in fall 
camp ... 26 solo 
tackles, 31 total 
... had 
three 
pass 
breakups 
and a 
fumble re- 
covery. 

1998: Started six games as a 

true freshman ... played in all 

11 contests ... 39 tackles was 

fourth in the Terp secondary 

... also had three breakups 

and forced a fumble ... six 

tackles against Georgia Tech 

in Baltimore, 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-Wash- 
ington Catholic Athletic 
Conference, All-Prince 
George's County, second 
team All-Met by the Washington Post and honorable 
mention All-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, returning 
one for a touchdown, and also returned a punt for a 
TD ... caught two TD passes at the wide receiver po- 
sition ... 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 ... born 
in Lagos, Nigeria ... last name is pronounced "oh- 
KAHN-luh-wahn" ... majoring in family studies. 



Career Statistics 



Defense G-GS 

1998 11-6 

1999 9-3 
Totals 20-9 



UT 

30 
26 
56 



AT 
9 
5 

14 



TT 
39/3.6 
31/3.4 
70/3.5 



TFL Sacks Int 

0-0 0.0-0 0-0 

2-2 0.0-0 0-0 

2-2 0.0-0 0-0 



Okanlawon Up Close 

My goal for 2000 is: to make All-ACC 

Someday I would like to take a trip to: Jamaica 

If I lost all my possessions except one, I'd want 

to keep: my Bible 
My ambition after football is to: be an FBI agent 
My favorite TV show in syndication is: Martin 
Who would I most like to meet?: Deion Sanders, 

Michael Jordan, Jesus 



Doug 

Patterson 

Wide Receiver 
Shelby Township, Mich. 

(Eisenhower) 
6 2-208 -Senior 2U 

On Patterson: Senior receiver who has proved to be 
a reliable wideout and provides the Terps with solid 
depth in the wide receiver corps ... will compete for 
playing time among the top tier of Terrapin receivers 
... has good hands and quickness ... always a steady 
performer. 

1999: Saw action in every game, catching three 
passes for 30 yards ... two receptions for 26 yards at 
top-ranked Florida State. 

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

1997: Finished with nine receptions as a true fresh- 
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 High School 
in 1997 ... named to the all-state Dream Team by the 
Detroit Free-Press ... named the MAC-Red Conference 
MVP by the Free-Press ... also earned first team All- 
Metro recognition by the Free-Press and the Detroit 
News ... named first team All-McComb County ... set 
school records for career receptions (105), receptions 
in a season (56) and receptions in a game (12) ... 
totaled nearly 1,500 career receiving yards and 18 
touchdowns ... had 602 return yards and five touch- 
downs on 29 punt returns ... earned two varsity let- 
ters in football, two in basketball and three in base- 
ball ... high school coach was Bob Lantzy. 

Personal: Douglas Howard Patterson ... born Nov. 
21, 1978 ... son of Julie and Glenn Patterson ... 
majoring in communications ... 1999 Maryland 
scholar-athlete. 



Career Statistics 



Receiving G-GS 

1997 11-7 

1998 9-0 

1999 11-0 
Totals 31-7 



Rec 

9 



3 

12 



Yds 

123 



30 

153 



Avg 
13.7 

0.0 
10.0 
12.8 



TD 







LP 
46 

14 
46 



Patterson Up Close 

My goal for 2000 is: to make a bowl game 
Someday I would like to take a trip to: Scotland 
My craziest ambition is: to go scuba diving with 

sharks 
The word that best describes me is: competitive 
Who would I most like to meet?: Jerry Rice 
My favorite TV show is: Seinfeld 



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Bruce 

Perry 

Tailback 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

(George Washington) 

5-9 • 185 • Sophomore, 1V 

On Perry: Quick and explosive second-year tailback 
... has the ability to be an outstanding college run- 
ning back ... quick feet, excellent open-field runner 
with breakaway speed. 

1999: Saw action in seven games as a true freshman 
... was No. 3 in Maryland's tailback rotation ... aver- 
aged 6.5 yards per carry, toting 30 times for 195 
yards ... long carry was 43 yards ... eight carries for 
93 yards vs. Western Carolina ... 7 for 47 the follow- 
ing week against West Virginia ... caught one pass 
for nine yards in the West Virginia game. 

High School: Graduated from George Washington High 
School in Philadephia, Pa. ... rushed for 1,041 yards 
and 12 touchdowns while playing in the wing T of- 
fense as a senior, his only season at Washington ... 
averaged 9.9 yards per carry ... had four touchdowns 
(two coming on punt returns) on just seven touches 
in one game his senior season ... returned three punts 
for touchdowns, including one of 79 yards ... earned 
All-America honors from PrepStar ... was named the 
Philadelphia Offensive 
Player of the Year by 
the Philadelphia In- 




quirer and first team All-Met by the Philadelphia 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 USA To- 
day 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 ... trans- 
ferred to Washington for his senior season after play- 
ing his sophomore and junior seasons at Cardinal 
Dougherty High School ... attended West Catholic 
High School as a freshman ... ran a 10.4 100 meters 
at the AAU Junior Nationals. 

Personal: Bruce Perry ... born March 22, 1981 ... 
son of Kevin and Robin Perry ... majoring in letters 
and sciences. 



Career Statistics 

Rushing G-GS Att Net Avg. TD 



1999 



7-0 30 195 6.5 



LP 

43 



YPG 

27.9 



Receiving G-GS Rec Yds Avg 

1999 7-0 1 9 9.0 



TD LP YPG 

9 1.3 



Perrv Up Close 

My goal for 2000 is: to be the best student, athlete 
and person as possible, and go to a bowl game 

Someday I would like to take a trip to: Japan 

The one thing that stands out most about Coach 
Vanderlinden is: his thirst for success 

My craziest ambition is: to be 6'3" 

If I could change one thing in the world, it would 
be: hate crimes 





Derrell 

Poland 

Cornerback 

Westuille, N.J. 

(Deptford Township/Morgan State) 

6-1 * 175 * Junior 

On Poland: Junior transfer who played one season 
at Morgan State ... will miss 2000 due to NCAA trans- 
fer requirements ... will contribute to Terps' second- 
ary depth ... good athlete with good size at corner 
... participated in 2000 spring drills. 

1999: Did not play football, attended Morgan State. 

1998: Lettered one season at cornerback at Morgan 
State ... coach was Stump Mitchell. 

High School: Graduated in 1998 from Deptford Town- 
ship High School in Deptford, N.J. ... four-year 
letterwinner in track and three seasons in football 
... played both running back and cornerback in foot- 
ball ... all-conference and all-district in football as a 
senior ... was all-conference and all-district in track, 
in addition to being named his team's MVP as a jun- 
ior ... he was an All-South Jersey selection while 



specializing in sprints and jumps ... best marks in- 
cluded 21.5 in the 200 meters, 48.5 in the 400 and 
2:00 in the 800 ... long jump best of 22-3 ... high 
jump best of 6-1 ... high school football coach was 
Joe Corbi. 

Personal: Derrell McKenzie Poland ... born Oct. 15, 
1979 ... son of Darryl and Yvonne Poland ... majoring 
in kinesiology ... first name is pronounced "duh-RELL." 



Poland Up Close 

Someday I would like to take a trip to: Hawaii 
The best advice I've ever received is: "Never let 

anyone ever take your dreams away from you." 
The word that best describes me is: determined 
My favorite TV show is: Saturday Night Live 





Marc 

Riley 

Tailback 
Coram, N.Y. (Iongwood) 
6-3* 220* Junior, IV 

On Riley: Returning junior who saw action in all 11 
games last season and has continued to show prom- 
ise in the backfield ... good-sized runner who is ex- 
pected to contribute at tailback ... has potential to 
become a quality talent ... scored a 1-yard TD in the 
2000 Red-White spring game. 

1999: Played in all 11 games, carrying five times for 
12 yards and no losses ... carried two times for five 
yards against Western Carolina ... caught a 26-yard 
pass against West Virginia. 

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 1,205 yards and 12 touch- 
downs while setting a school record with 181 carries 
as a senior in 1997 ... caught eight passes for 123 
yards and two touchdowns ... rated New York's No. 3 
prospect overall by SuperPrep ... earned All-Long 
Island, all-county and all-division honors as a senior 
after capturing second team all-state, All-Long Is- 
land, 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 ... dur- 
ing his career, he set school marks for rushing yards 
(2,820), carries (371), touchdowns (31) and aver- 
age yards per carry (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 ... also recruited by Penn 
State, Ohio State, Virginia, Georgia Tech, NC State, 
Syracuse, Boston College, Michigan State and Wis- 
consin ... high school coach was Joseph Cipp. 



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Personal: Marc Anthony Riley ... born Jan. 23, 1980 
... son of Deborah Britton-Riley and Michael Riley ... 
majoring in family studies. 



Career Statistics 



Rushing G-GS 

1998 5-0 

1999 11-0 
Totals 16-0 

Receiving G-GS 

1998 5-0 

1999 11-0 
Totals 16-0 



Att 

9 

5 

14 

Rec 


1 
1 



Net 

9 

12 

21 

Yds 



26 

26 



Avg. 
1.0 
2.4 
1.5 

Avg. 

0.0 

26.0 

26.0 



TD 





TD 







LP 

5 



LP 


26 
26 



Riley Up Close 

The best advice I've ever received is: "Anything is 

possible." 
My craziest ambition is: to win the Heisman Trophy 
If I lost all my possessions except one, I'd like to 

keep: my Bible 
My favorite pro sports team is: the New York Knicks 
Who would I most like to meet?: Chris Webber 

and Allen Iverson 




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DURRAND 

Roundtree 



Defensive Line 

Baltimore, Md. 

(Lansdowne) 

6-3 • 242 • R-Sophomore 

On Roundtree: Third-year sophomore who is strong, 
physical and talented ... good body type and good 
athlete who is expected to contribute ... expected 
to play either defensive end or tackle. 

1999: Six-game contributor who recorded five tack- 
les ... three stops vs. Western Carolina, two vs. West 
Virginia. 

1998: Redshirt season. 

High School: Graduated from Lansdowne High School 
in 1998 ... selected first team All-Baltimore County as 
a senior in 1997 ... played both defensive end and 
fullback ... led the team with eight sacks as a senior 
in addition to rushing for 351 yards and five touch- 
downs on just 57 carries ... played in the Baltimore 
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 ... lettered in basketball 
and track ... high school coach was Frank Meehan. 

Personal: Durrand Antonio Roundtree ... born Feb. 
16, 1980 ... son of Jewell Anderson and Duncan 
Roundtree ... has a son, Durrand Antonio Roundtree, 
Jr., born Aug. 24, 1998 ... nicknamed "Tree" ... ma- 
joring in criminology and criminal justice. 



Roundtree Up Close 

Someday I would like to take a trip to: Africa 
My ambition after football is to: build a house for 

my family 
The one thing that stands out most about Coach 

Vanderlinden is: his leadership 
The best advice I've ever received is: to never guit 
If I lost all my possessions except one, I'd like to 

keep: a picture of my family 





J 

Scon 
Rudolph 

Long Snapper 

Chorchuille, Md. 

CC. Milton Wright) 

6-4 • 244 • Senior, 3V 

On Rudolph: Fourth-year senior who is bidding to 
handle the team's long-snapping chores for a fourth 
straight season ... joins punter Brooks Barnard and 
roommate placekicker Brian Kopka to form the ACC's 
top kicking and special teams units as selected by 
Lindy's and College Football News ... has played in 33 
straight games since coming to Maryland as a walk- 
on ... has emerged as a consistent and valuable per- 
former in a usually unheralded position ... last 
season's Boutselis Memorial Award as the football 
letterman with the highest academic average. 

1999: Handled all of the Terps' long-snapping du- 
ties in all games for a third straight season. 

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

1997: Handled all of the Terps' long-snapping du- 
ties as a true freshman walk-on, appearing in all 11 
games. 

High School: Graduated from C. Milton Wright High 
School in 1997 ... earned second team All-Metro 
honors from the Baltimore Sun his junior and senior 
years as an offensive tackle and long snapper ... also 
was a first team all-county selection by the Aegis 
and Sporting Times his final two years ... was his 
team capta in as a senior ... led his team to the Harford 
County championship and 
state playoffs his 
sophomore 
and junior 
years ... 
earned 
eight to- 
tal let- 
ters, three 
each in 
football and 
baseball 
and two 
in bas- 




ketball ... captured all-county recognition in bd 
ball and baseball from the Sun, Aegis and Spr 
Times ... high school coach was Steve Har 

Personal: Scott Andrew Rudolph ... born Sep 
1978 ... son of Marilyn and Robert Rudolph ... ma- 
joring in physical education ... earned 1997, 1998 
and 1999 Maryland scholar-athlete honors ... on the 
Dean's List in fall 1997 and spring 1998 ... member 
of 1999 ACC Academic Honor Roll. 



Rudolph Up Close 

Someday I would like to take a trip to: Las Vegas 
My craziest ambition is to: play minor league baseball 
The best advice I've ever received is: "To try your 

best - that's all anyone can ask for." 
If I lost all my possessions except one, I'd like to 

keep: my bed 
My ambition after college is to: become a teacher 

or personal trainer 





Zac 

Ryder 

Fullback 
hontington reach, calif. 

(Hontington Reach) 
5-11 • 208 • R-Freshman 

On Ryder: Redshirt freshman fullback who provides 
depth in the backfield. 

1999: Redshirt season. 

High School: Graduated from Huntington Beach High 
School in 1999 ... played fullback and linebacker for 
three seasons ... team was 7-3-1 in his senior sea- 
son while appearing in its first playoff game in five 
seasons ... team captain and recipient of the Soldier 
Award ... two-time All-Sunset League selection ... 
named one of Tom Lemming's "Best of the West" ... 
had 90 tackles as a senior and 77 as a junior. 

Personal: Zachary Ray Ryder ... born Nov. 16, 1980 
... son of Bob and Cathy Ryder ... Bob Ryder played 
outside linebacker for the former CFL British Colum- 
bia Chargers (now Lions) ... former Terp defensive 
back Tom Brown (1960-62), still the holder of 
Maryland's career interceptions mark, was Bob Ryder's 
semi-pro coach and still a family friend ... Brown, 
who played in the NFL with the Green Bay Packers, 
also played baseball at Maryland and with the Wash- 
ington Senators ... majoring in letters and sciences 
... 1999 Maryland scholar-athlete. 



Ryder Up Close 

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

keep: the pictures of my friends and fami 
If I could change one thing in the world, it would 

be: to eliminate math 



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William 

Shime 

Defensive End 

Ft. Washington, Md. 

[Bishop McNamaraI 

6-4 • 265 • R-Sophomore 

On Shime: Third-year sophomore who should step 
into a more active playing role on the field in 2000 
... raw talent who still is learning the game and ben- 
efited from game action in nine contests last season 
... displayed the ability to shed blockers and make 
plays during spring drills. 

1999: Played in nine games ... registered four total 
tackles, two apiece vs. Western Carolina and West 
Virginia. 

1998: Redshirt season. 

High School: Graduated from Bishop McNamara High 
School in 1998 ... foreign exchange student from 
Cameroon who was named second team All-Washing- 
ton Catholic Athletic Conference as a senior in 1997, 
his first year of playing organized football ... totaled 
47 tackles, eight sacks and two fumble recoveries ... 
played two seasons of high school basketball and 
chose to play football as a senior ... high school 
coach was Chip Armstrong. 

Personal: Guillaume Shime ... born Jan. 19, 1979 in 
Cameroon ... son of Alougou and Fombor John ... 
speaks three languages (German, French, English) ... 
prefers to go by the nickname "Will" ... last name is 
pronounced "SHE-may" ... majoring in business man- 
agement ... Maryland scholar-athlete in fall 1998. 



Shime Up Ciose 

Someday I would like to take a trip to: Honolulu 

The best advice I've ever received is: "Always give 
back, and remember where you came from." 

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

My craziest ambition is: to play the bass guitar for 
a rock band 

My favorite type of food is: seafood 

My favorite professional sports team is: the Min- 
nesota Vikings 





MUKALA 

Sikyala, Jr. 

Tailback 

Lanham, Md. 

(Einstein/Tuskegee) 

5 8 • 214 • R Senior 1U 

On Sikyala: Fifth-year senior running back who has 
been a pleasant surprise for the Terps ... continuous 
effort has shown flashes of potential and earned a 
starting assignment in 1999 season opener at Temple 
... praised often by Maryland coaches during 1998 
spring drills ... a strong runner who has worked back 
from a knee injury incurred prior to transferring to 
Maryland ... has outstanding speed and strength. 

1999: Appeared in seven games after starting the 
season opener at Temple ... six carries for 50 yards 
at Temple, including a long run of 34 yards ... 23 
carries for 125 yards overall ... 5.4 yards per rush ... 
scored an 11-yard touchdown run vs. Duke ... had a 
9-yard pass reception against Clemson. 



1998: Practice player as a sophomore 
playing duty at West Virginia. 



saw brief 



1997: Transferred to Maryland from Tuskegee Uni- 
versity in the spring of 1997 but did not walk on to 
the program until midway through the 1997 season. 

1996: Attended Tuskegee University 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 
varsity letterman who led 
Montgomery County in 
rushing as a senior with 
more than 1,400 yards 
... earned honorable 
mention All-Met 
honors ... an- 
chored Einstein's 
4x100 relay^ 
team which fin- 
ished fourth in J 
state his se- 
nior year ... 
also wrestled. 



ft, 



Personal: Mukala Sikyala, Jr. ... born Sept. 20, 1978 
... son of Mukala Sikyala, Sr. ... goes by the nickname, 
"Mookie" ... majoring in electrical engineering. 

Career Statistics 

Rushing G-GS Att Net Avg. TD LP 

1998 1-0 0.0 

1999 7-1 23 125 5.4 1 34 
Totals 8-1 23 125 5.4 1 34 



Receiving G-GS 

1998 1-0 

1999 7-1 
Totals 8-1 



Rec 


1 
1 



Yds 





Avg. TD LP 

0.0 

9.0 9 

9.0 9 



Sikyala Up Close 

Someday I would like to take a trip to: the Bahamas 
My craziest ambition is: to play Michael Jordan 

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

up on your dreams." 
If I lost all my possessions except one, I'd like to 

keep: my heart 






Vedad 

tvM Sil jkovic 

Placekicker 

Montenegro, Yugoslavia 

[Kennedy (N.Y.j/Nassau CC1 

6-2 • 204 • R-Jvnior 

On Siljkovic: Second-year junior placekicker who 
walked on to the Terrapin program last fall ... ex- 
pected to push incumbent starter Brian Kopka for 
active kicking duty ... impressive as a practice kicker 
in 1999 ... matched Kopka kick-for-kick in the 2000 
Red-White spring game, making good on a 26-yard 
field goal and four extra-point attempts. 

1999: Redshirt season. 

Junior College: Graduated in 1999 from Nassau Com- 
munity College in Long Island, N.Y. ... Nassau's pri- 
mary kicker for two seasons, helping team to a pair 
of 8-2 records and postseason bowl games ... as a 
sophomore in 1998, 22 of 35 kickoffs resulted in 
touchbacks ... was 6 of 9 on field goals ... coach 
was George Powers. 

High School: Graduated in 1997 from John F. 

Kennedy High School in Bronx, N.Y. ... played two 
years of soccer and helped team to a pair of 10-2 
records as a sweeper in 1995 and 1996 before switch- 
ing to a football placekicker for his senior season of 
1996 ... handled kicking and punting duties while 
helping his team to a 12-0 record ... converted on 
47 of 49 PATs and made three of four field goal at- 
tempts. 

Personal: Vedad Siljkovic ... born June 10, 1979 ... 
son of Ramo and Vezira Siljkovic ... born in 



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Montenegro, Yugoslavia ... family moved to the 
United States in May 1992 when he was 12 ... last 
name is pronounced "SILL-kuh-vick" ... majoring in 
communications ... favorite athlete is Jayson Will- 
iams of the NBA Sacramento Kings. 



Siukovic Up Close 

My goal for 2000 is: to get at least a 3.0 GPA and 

improve on my field goal consistency 
Someday 1 would like to take a trip to: Spain 
If I could change one thing in the world, it would 

be: to stop the hatred between people 
If I had the power to change any rule in college 

football, it would be: to make a field goal worth 

six points 





Andrew 

Smith, Jr. 

Defensive Back 

Fort Meade, Md. 

(Meade! 

6-0 • 196 * R-Freshman 

On Smith: Talented and young defensive back who 
listed No. 2 at cornerback during spring drills and 
who certainly will receive playing time in 2000 ... 
praised by coaches during his redshirt freshman sea- 
son ... smart player with good cover skills. 

1999: Redshirt season. 

High School: Graduated in 1999 from Meade High 
School in Fort Meade, Md. ... a talented all-around 
prospect who played two seasons at Meade after re- 
locating with his family from Texas ... alternated 
between quarterback and running back on offense, 
and was regarded as a hard-hitting safety on de- 
fense ... also punted, averaging 35 yards per punt ... 
had four interceptions and 106 tackles as a senior 
while earning first team all-county accolades and 
SuperPrep all-region mention at safety ... was sec- 
ond team all-county as a junior ... rushed for 1,189 
yards on 136 carries in 1998 ... had 14 touchdowns 
and 8.7 yards per carry ... team was 5-5 in 1998, 7-3 
in 1997 ... high school coach was Mark Frye. 

Personal: Andrew Smith, Jr. ... born Aug. 14, 1981 
... son of Clarice and Andrew Smith ... majoring in 
engineering ... father is a retired military officer ... 
younger brother, Antwan, is currently a quarterback 
at Meade High. 



Smith Up Close 

My goal for 2000 is: to be a significant part of the 

team 
Someday I would like to take a trip to: Greece 
The best advice I've ever received is: "Be a leader, 

not a follower." 
If I lost all my possessions except one, I'd like to 

keep: my phone 




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Defensive Line 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

(George Washington) 

6-4 • 259 • R-Freshman 

On Smith: Talented newcomer with good size who 
has worked on both the offensive and defensive lines 
during his stay at Maryland ... worked with the of- 
fensive unit during most of the 1999 fall season be- 
fore being switched back to a defensive tackle post 
during 2000 spring drills ... listed No. 2 on the depth 
chart. 

1999: Redshirt season. 

High School: Graduated from George Washington High 
School in Philadelphia, Pa played both defen- 
sive end and offensive tackle as a senior in 1998, 
earning first team all-city, first team all-area and 
first team All-Public League recognition ... also was 
a SuperPrep all-region choice ... totaled 83 tackles 
and four sacks on defense while averaging eight tack- 
les per game.... helped Washington to a 10-1 record, 
a division title and a spot in the semifinals of the 
postseason playoffs ... was selected to play in the 
city all-star game ... was a two-year starter on the 
offensive line and a one-year starter on the defen- 
sive line. 

Personal: Scott R. Smith ... born Oct. 4, 1981 .... 
son of Marcia Smith and Norman McCall ... his brother 
is a linebacker at Pitt ... high school standout with 
Maryland teammates Bruce Perry and Jafar Williams 
... majoring in letters and sciences. 



Smith Up Close 

My goal for 2000 is: to excel in the classroom and 

on the field 
Someday I would like to take a trip to: Hawaii 
The best advice I've ever received is: My mother 

said, "What I do now in school will affect me for 

the rest of my life." 
If I lost all my possessions except one, I'd like to 

keep: my diamond necklace 
The word that best describes me is: outgoing 
If I could change one thing in the world, it would 

be: the negative stereotypes football players get 



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Chris 
t m Snader 

Offensive Guard 

Rishopville, Mo. 

(Stephen Decatur) 

6 5-285 -R junior IV 

On Snader: Fourth-year junior with playing experi- 
ence to help strengthen offensive line depth ... has 
seen time at both guard positions ... did not partici- 
pate in 2000 spring drills, but could challenge for 
significant playing time and a starting post ... should 
continue to improve in his final two seasons. 

1999: Played in nine games as a backup to Jamie 
Wu at right guard ... started the season opener at 
Temple at left guard. 

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 play- 
ers 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 ... ma- 
joring in family studies. 



Snader Up Close 

My goal for 2000 is: to help the team 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 





Sean 

Starner 

Punter 

Mechanicsrurg, Pa. 

(Cedar Cliff) 

5-11 • 185 •R-Senior.1V 

On Starner: Senior punter who backs up sophomore 
Brooks Barnard ... has a strong leg and has improved 
his consistency ... was the Terps' starter through four 
games in 1999 before losing the job to Barnard. 



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1999: Started the Terps' first four games at punter 
... averaged 32.3 yards on 25 punts ... best game 
was a 39.4-yard average on five punts against West- 
ern Carolina, with two punts downed inside the 20- 
yard line. 

1998: Did not see action as the punter, but did see 
limited time on special teams. 

1997: Saw limited action as a redshirt freshman, 
appearing in three games and averaging 35.4 yards 
on five punts. 

1996: Redshirt season. 

High School: Graduated from Cedar Cliff High School 
in 1996 ... was an All-America selection by BlueChip 
after averaging 42.3 yards per punt ... also was an 
all-state and all-conference honoree ... selected to 
play in the East-West All-Star game ... threw a game- 
winning touchdown pass against Harrisburg his se- 
nior season ... also played basketball and baseball 
... high school coach was Bob Craig. 

Personal: Sean Lee Starner ... born Sept. 15, 1977 
... son of Kathy and Alan Starner ... majoring in fam- 
ily studies. 

Career Statistics 



Punting G-GS Punts 

1997 3-0 5 

1998 6-0 

1999 4-4 25 
Totals 13-4 30 



Yds Avg LP 

177 35.4 51 

0.0 

808 32.3 45 

985 32.8 51 



Starner Up Ciose 

My goal for 2000 is: to go to a bowl game 

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- 
abled children 





Tyrone 

Stewart 

Free Safety 

Washington, D.C. 

[AnacostiaI 

6-0 • 191 • R-Sophomore, 1V 

On Stewart: Third-year sophomore defensive back 
who competes for playing time at the safety posi- 
tion and on special teams. 

1999: Saw action in nine games, mostly on special 
teams ... two total tackles. 

1998: Redshirt season. 

High School: Graduated from Anacostia High School 
in 1998 ... three-time first team All-DCIAA selec- 
tion, honorable mention All-Met (Washington Post) 



selection, and a SuperPrep all-region choice as a se- 
nior in 1997 ... led the D.C. area in interceptions (8) 
as a senior ... helped his team to the city champion- 
ship game ... was a three-year starter who totaled 
18 interceptions, 157 tackles and seven fumble re- 
coveries during his career ... also played basketball 
and baseball and ran track ... played high school 
football under his father, Willie Stewart, who is 
Anacostia's head coach. 

Personal: Tyrone Justin Stewart ... born March 10, 
1980 ... son of Anita and Willie Stewart ... majoring 
in criminology and criminal justice. 



Stewart Up Ciose 

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

is: his care for his players 
The toughest thing about being a student-ath- 
lete is: managing your time 
The word that best describes me is: unique 
If I could change one thing in the world, it would 

be: people dying young 
My favorite type of food is: seafood 





Ryan 

Swift 



LlNERACKER 

Hinsdale, III. 

(Hinsdale Central! 

6 1-231-R Junior, 2U 

On Swift: Fourth-year junior who enters fall camp 
battling redshirt freshman Michael Whaley for start- 
ing time as the Terps' rush linebacker ... a two-year 
backup to Aaron Thompson at outside linebacker, was 
switched to rush linebacker during 
2000 spring drills with the 
graduation of Erwyn Lyght 
a backup to Thompson in 22 
games as a freshman and 
sophomore ... possesses 
all the physical at- 
tributes to develop 
into a solid performer. 

1999: Registered 12 
tackles in 11 games ... 
three tackles against 
Western Carolina .. 
had an eight-yard 
sack vs. West Vir- 
ginia. 

1998: Posted 
nine tackles in 
11 games as a 
redshirt fresh 
man ... three 
tackles at North 
Carolina. 



1997: Redshirt season. 

High School: Graduated from Hinsdale (III.) Central 
High School in 1997 ... earned All-Met Chicago hon- 
ors as a senior ... totaled 2,820 rushing yards and 27 
touchdowns during his career ... entered his senior 
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 ... averaged 27.8 yards on 
kickoff returns ... clocked a 10.7 in the 100 meters 
... high school coach was Ken Schreiner. 

Personal: Ryan Matthew Swift ... born March 27, 1979 
... son of Barbara Goss and Ed Swift ... majoring in 
communications. 



Career Statistics 



Defense G-GS 

1998 11-0 

1999 11-0 
Totals 22-0 



UT AT TT 

4 5 9/0.8 

5 7 12/1.1 
9 12 21/0.9 



TFL Sacks Int 

0-0 0.0-0 0-0 

1-8 1.0-8 0-0 

1-8 1.0-8 0-0 



Swift Up Close 

Someday I would like to take a trip to: Australia 

The best advice I've ever received is: "Treat oth- 
ers like you would want to be treated." 

My ambition after football is to: be a professional 
fisherman 

If I lost all my possessions except one, I'd like to 
keep: my fishing rod 






Aaron 

Thompson 

LlNERACKER 

Baltimore, Mo. 

(Mount St. Joseph! 

6 1 • 233 • R Junior. 2V 

On Thompson: Honors candidate veteran who be- 
gins his third season having started all 22 games of 
his career at outside linebacker ... ranked by Lindy's 
as the No. 14 outside linebacker in the country ... 
preseason All-ACC second team by Lindy's and The 
Sporting News ... helps anchor an all-junior 
linebacking corps that Lindy's ranks the eighth-best 
unit in the nation ... strong and athletic tackier 
who should challenge Maryland career record for 
tackles for loss ... Maryland's second-leading tackier 
the past two seasons ... led Terps in tackles for 
loss the last two seasons (nine as a freshman, 17 as 
a sophomore) ... has quickly developed into a sig- 
nificant impact player at the Division I level. 

1999: All-ACC by Football News, finishing second on 
the team with 111 tackles, 10.1 per game ... 11- 
game starter with a team-high 72 solo stops ... sev- 
enth in ACC in tackles ... led Terps and was fourth in 
the ACC with 17 TFL (-63 yards) ... also had 3.5 
sacks (-18) and three pass deflections ... 17 tackles 
for loss were the best at Maryland since Charles 
Johnson posted 18 in 1978 ... career-highs of 11 



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solos and 15 total tackles in season-opener at Temple 
... leading Terp tackier vs. Temple and West Virginia. 

1998: 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 
87 tackles, fourth-best on the team ... 52 solos, 35 
assists ... 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 JMU 
and Virginia. 

1997: Redshirt season. 

High School: Graduated from Mount St. Joseph High 
School in 1997 ... was named the Baltimore Sun's 
All-Metro Offensive Player of the Year as a senior, 
when he rushed for 2,325 yards and 37 touchdowns 
... finished his career as one of the all-time leading 
rushers in the state ... also played linebacker in spe- 
cial situations, totaling 19 tackles, two sacks and 
one interception ... high school coach was Mike Work- 
ing. 

Personal: Aaron G. Thompson ... born May 4, 1978 
... son of Edith Green and Aaron Thompson ... major- 
ing in criminology and criminal justice ... member 
of Maryland's student-athlete advisory council. 

Career Statistics 

AT TT TFL Sacks Int 

35 87/7.9 9-29 1.0-11 0-0 

39 111/10.1 17-63 3.5-18 0-0 

74 198/9.0 26-92 4.5-29 0-0 



Defense G-GS UT 

1998 11-11 52 

1999 11-11 72 
Totals 22-22 124 



Thompson Up Close 

Someday I would like to take a trip to: Egypt 
America's biggest problem for the next century: 

racism 
The best advice I've ever received is: "Prepare to 

fail if you fail to prepare." 
The word that best describes me is: deceiving 
If I had the power to change any rule in college 

football, it would be: allow celebration 





Offensive Line 

Franklinviue, N.J. 

(Delsea) 

6-3 • 276 • R-Freshman 

On Tyler: Redshirt freshman offensive lineman who 
entered spring drills as a No. 2 backup to left guard 
Todd Wike. 

1999: Redshirt season. 

High School: Graduated in 1999 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 All-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: Edward W. Tyler ... born July 11, 1981 ... 
son of Collett and Ed Tyler ... majoring in letters and 
sciences ... 1999 Maryland scholar-athlete. 



Tyler Up Close 

My goal for 2000 is: to win the ACC championship 
Someday I would like to take a trip to: Ireland 
The one thing that stands out most about Coach 

Vanderlinden is: his dedication to winning 
If I had the power to change a rule in college 

football, it would be to: eliminate holding 
My favorite TV show is: Cheers 
The U.S. city I would like to visit for the first 

time is: Las Vegas 





Mike 

Whaley 

Linebacker 

Lexington, S.C. 

(Lexington/ 

Fork Union Military Academy) 

6-1 • 230 • R-Freshman 

On Whaley: Fast and physical redshirt freshman who 
will compete for the starting rush linebacker posi- 
tion with Ryan Swift ... named the team's most out- 
standing freshman during spring drills. 

1999: Redshirt season. 

Prep School: Graduated from Fork Union Military 
Academy in Fork Union, Va. ... second on team with 
68 tackles ... had five sacks, two interceptions and 
three fumble recoveries ... team finished 5-5. 

High School: Graduated in 1998 from 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 team with 97 tackles and 15 sacks as a senior. 

Personal: Michael Leroy Whaley ... born Dec. 13, 
1980 ... son of Paulette Winder-Whaley ... majoring 
in letters and sciences. 



Whaley Up Close 

The best advice I've ever received is: "Think about 
your actions before you do anything." 

If I lost all my possessions except one, I'd like to 
keep: a picture of my mother 

The word that best describes me is: intense 




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Daryl 

Whitmer 

Wide Receiver 

Waldorf, Md. 

(Westlake) 

6-0 • 188 • Junior, 2V 

On Whitmer: A pleasant surprise two seasons ago as 
a walk-on who has lettered in eac h 3 and 

1999 seasons on offense, defense and sp« 
... also is a two-sport athlete who red; 
freshman and played his first college b- 
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freshman, was slotted at free safety during the 1999 
season and moved back to offense during 2000 spring 
drills ... led the Terrapin baseball team with a .361 
average in 22 games and nine starts in the outfield 
this past spring ... contributed four doubles and a 
home run, and three assists from the outfield ... also 
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1999: Saw action in 10 games, though mostly on 
special teams ... had one fumble recovery. 

1998: Saw limited action in all 11 games as a true 
freshman ... three tackles. 

High School: Graduated from Westlake High School 
in Waldorf, Md. ... three-sport star in football, bas- 
ketball and baseball ... played strong safety and wide 
receiver while helping lead his team to 13-1 and 8-2 
records as a junior and senior ... team captain and 
Southern Maryland Athletic Conference MVP as a se- 
nior ... was second team All-Met ... played in state 
championship game at Byrd Stadium as a junior vs. 
Damascus High ... had 976 yards receiving on of- 
fense, and registered 102 tackles with six intercep- 
tions on defense ... was an all-conference selection 
as a point guard in basketball ... was team captain 
and league MVP in baseball while batting .450 and 
exhibiting 
speed and a 
strong arm 
in center 
field ... 
played in 
the Crown 
All-Star 
baseball 
game at 
Camden Yards 
in Baltimore 
as a senior .. 
p re p p e d 
first two 
years at 
Bolles High 
School in 
Jackso n - 
ville, Fla. 

Personal: Daryl Justin Whitmer ... born Jan. 10, 
1980 ... son of Helen-Claire and Lyn Whitmer ... step- 
mother is Pat Whitmer ... father, Lyn, is in the Navy 
... brother Duane is a swimmer at the U.S. Naval 
Academy in Annapolis ... major is criminology and 
criminal justice ... favorite athlete is Deion Sanders 
because he is a two-sport star. 




Career Statistics 



Defense G-GS 



1998 
1999 
Totals 



11-0 
10-0 
21-0 



UT 

1 



1 



AT 
? 

2 



TT 

3/0.3 
0/0.0 
3/0.1 



TFL Sacks 

0-0 0.0-0 
0-0 0.0-0 
0-0 0.0-0 



Int 

0-0 
0-0 
0-0 



Whitmer Up Close 

My goal for 2000 is: to have 1,000 yards receiving 
Someday I would like to take a trip to: Las Vegas 
If I could change any rule in college football, it 

would be: allow celebration after a touchdown 
My ambition after football is to: play pro baseball 
The best advice I've ever received is: "Those that 

work hard will get the furthest." 





Todd 

Wike 

Offensive Guard 

Lebanon, Pa. 

(Lebanon! 

6-3 • 282 • R-Sophomore, 1V 

On Wike: Versatile returning lineman who has played 
tight end, center and guard ...gritty competitor who 
overcame injuries to start the final 10 games of 1999 
... has shown the natural ability to progress into a 
quality offensive lineman ... received on-the-job 
training in spring and fall 1999 while Melvin Fowler 
recovered from off-season shoulder surgery ... all- 
around athlete with good size and quickness. 

1999: Started in 10 of 11 games at left guard as a 
redshirt freshman despite almost constant ailments in- 
cluding a fractured hand and a broken nose ... nomi- 
nated for The Sporting News Freshman All-America hon- 
ors ... converted from tight end in spring practice, and 
saw time in fall camp both at center and guard ... 
spiral fracture on his right hand kept him from compe- 
tition vs. Temple in the opener, but he started the final 
10 games ... helped Terps lead the ACC in rushing of- 
fense and allow just one sack per game. 

1998: Redshirt season. 

High School: Graduated from Lebanon (Pa.) High 
School in 1998 ... earned All-America honors from USA 
Today, SuperPrep, PrepStar and the National Recruiting 
Advisor ... also was named to the Harrisburg (Pa.) Pa- 
triot-News all-star team, second team all-state and 
all-county as a tight ; 
end, linebacker 
and punter ... as 
a senior in ^ 
1997, he 
had 14 re- 
ceptions for 
101 yards 
and five 
touch- 
downs ' 
... from ^ j 
his line- ^^" 
backer spot, he had 112 
total tackles, including 63 
solo stops ... also con- 
nected on three field 
goals, with a long of 42 
yards ... received scholar- 
ship offers from 18 Divi- 
sion I-A schools, including 
Virginia, NC State, Georgia 
Tech, Wake Forest, Clemson 
and Michigan State ... selected 
to play in the Mason-Dixon Classic 
... was the first freshman to earn a 
varsity letter in the 100-year his- 



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tory of Lebanon's football program ... totaled 174 
points, 12 TD receptions, 31 catches and 264 tackles 
in his varsity career ... ranked No. 2 academically in 
his class ... member of the student council ... also 
played on the basketball team, helping Lebanon to 
three consecutive league titles and four straight sec- 
tion championships ... was nominated for the 
McDonald's All-Star game ... high school coach was 
Tom Jordan. 

Personal: Todd Matthew Wike ... born Nov. 18, 1979 
... son of Kevin Wike ... majoring in philosophy ... 
All-ACC Football Academic Team in 1999 ... member 
of Maryland's student-athlete athletic council ... 
Maryland scholar-athlete in 1998 and 1999. 



Wike Up Close 

The word that best describes me is: loyal 
My ambition after football is to: become a lawyer 
The best advice I've ever received is: "Win at ev- 
erything you do." 
My craziest ambition is to: appear on Jeopardy 





Jafar 

Williams 

Wide Receiver 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

(George Washington) 

6-2 • 184 • R-Freshman 

On Williams: Redshirt freshman receiver who should 
mix well into the Terps' rotation of pass-catchers ... 
athletic receiver who caught two passes for 42 yards 
in the Red-White spring game. 

1999: Redshirt season. 

High School: Graduated in 1999 from George Wash- 
ington High School in Philadelphia, Pa. ... earned 
first team all-city and first team all-area honors as a 
senior in 1998 after catching 38 passes for 560 yards 
and eight touchdowns in a wing T offense ... named 
All-Met by both the Philadelphia Inquirer and Phila- 
delphia Daily News ... was one of 10 players in the 
Philadelphia area to receive a Maxwell Award for aca- 
demic and athletic excellence ... had three intercep- 
tions while playing in the defensive secondary ... 
was a team captain as a senior ... also runs track, 
clocking a 10.7 100 meters ... one of three players 
from Washington to sign with the Terps, joining team- 
mates Scott Smith and Bruce Perry. 

Personal: Jafar Siddiq Williams ... bornJuly21, 1980 
... son of Rasheeda Williams ... majoring in letters 
and sciences. 



Williams Up Close 

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

up, never give in!" 
My ambition after college, other than pro football, 

is to: make enough money to give back to my mother 



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Rob 

Abiamiri 

Wide Receiver 

Randallstown, Md. 

(Mount St. Joseph) 

6-3 * 195 * Freshman 

High School: Giaduated in 2000 from Mount St. Jo- 
seph High School in Baltimore, Md. ... two-year varsity 
player ... blossomed as a senior by earning first team 
all-state and All-Mid-Atlantic honors from SuperPrep 
and PrepStor ... also was named to the Baltimore Sun's 
All-Metro team ... totaled 13 touchdowns in 1999 - 
eight receiving, two rushing, two on punt returns and 
one on a kickoff return ... finished with 28 receptions 
for 779 yards ... also competed in basketball and track 
... a National Football Foundation Scholar-Athlete hon- 
oree ... high school coach was Mike Working. 

Personal: Robert Obinna Abiamiri ... born Dec. 21, 1982 
... son of Rita and Peter Abiamiri ... plans to major in 
computer engineering ... last name is pronounced "eye- 
be-uh-meery." 

Cole 

Boykin 

Defensive Tackle 

Jersey City, N.J. 

(Hudson Catholic) 

6-1 • 265 * Freshman 

High School: Graduated in 2000 from Hudson Catholic 
High School in Jersey City, N.J. ... earned first team 
All-Hudson County and first team All-HCIAA honors as 
a senior after totaling 85 tackles, eight TFL's and three 
sacks ... named to the SuperPrep All-Northeast team 
and was an all region choice by PrepStor ... high school 
coach was Chip Benneway. 

Personal: Cole Leslie Boykin, Jr. ... born March 24, 
1981 ... son of Cole L. Boykin, Sr. ... grandson of 
Veronica Boykin ... plans to major in criminal justice. 

C.J. 

Brooks 

Offensive Line 

Rex, Ga. 

(Morrow) 

6-5 • 290 • Freshman 

High School: Graduated in 2000 from Morrow High 
School in Morrow, Ga. ...capped his senior season in 
1999 by earning honorable mention all-state (Class 
AAA) honors and first team all-area recognition ... 




graded out at 84 percent during the season ... earned 
Atlantic Touchdown Club Player of the Week horn 
was an honorable mention all-state and an all-area 
selection as a junior for a team which went 10-2 and 
advanced to the second round of the playoffs ... also 
competed in track, wrestling and basketball. 

Personal: Clinton Brooks, Jr. ... born Aug. 21, 1982 ... 
son of Mataska and Clinton Brooks, Sr. ... plans to major 
in business. 

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LLLIU Cochran 

Defensive End 

Morristown, N.J. 

(Morristown) 

6-0 • 220 • Freshman 

High School: Graduated in 2000 from Morristown High 
School ... captured first team all-state honors from 
the Star-Ledger ... also was named first team All-Morris 
County for the second consecutive season ... helped 
lead Morristown to an 11-0 record and a third straight 
NJSIAA North Jersey (Section 2, Group 3) title as a 
senior ... had a dominant two-way performance in a 
20-16 victory over Roxbury his senior season ... an all- 
region selection by PrepStor ... high school coach was 
John Porcelli. 



Personal: Jamahl Donovan Cochran ... born Dec. 5, 
1981 ... son of Sophia Cochran and James Smith ... 
plans to major in engineering. 



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Linebacker 

Philipsburg, Pa. 

(Philipsburg-Osceola) 

6-3 • 220 • Freshman 

High School: Graduated in 2000 from Philipsburg- 
Osceola High School in Philipsburg, Pa. ... named first 
team all-state by the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette as a se- 
nior after rushing for nearly 1,000 yards and totaling 
more than 100 tackles, including 13 sacks ... also had 
three interceptions ... was a unanimous All-Big 8 Con- 
ference selection as a running back, linebacker and 
punter ... nominated to play in the Big 33 All-Star 
game ... as a junior, was a first team all-conference 
selection as a running back, linebacker and punter af- 
ter rushing for 1,008 yards and nine touchdowns while 
averaging 17 tackles per game ... set school career 
records for rushing yards (2,700) and tackles (374) .... 
also wrestles (was rated No. 1 as a senior) and base- 
ball (three-year starting catcher) ... honor roll student 
... high school coach was Chris Davidson. 

Personal: Jonathan Wade Condo ... born Aug. 26, 1981 
... son of Vicki and Richard Condo ... plans to major in 
early childhood education and minor in biology. 




Jimmy 

Connolly 

Long Snapper 

Bowie, Md. 

(DeMatha) 

6-5 • 190 • Freshman 

High School: Graduated in 2000 from DeMatha High 
School ... one-year varsity player who was the team's 
long snapper his senior season of 1999 ... DeMatha 
posted a 10-1-1 record and advanced to the WCAC cham- 
pionship game ... also played football as a freshman 
and sophomore ... three-year varsity player on the la- 
crosse team. 

Personal: James Joseph Connolly ... born July 8, 1982 
... son of Chris and Mary Pat Connolly ... plans to ma- 
jor in biochemistry. 

Raymond 
Custis 

Defensive Back 

Germantown, Md. 

(Northwest) 

5-8 - 180 • Freshman 

High School: Graduated in 2000 from Northwest High 
School in Germantown, Md. ... enjoyed a breakout sea- 
son as a senior after missing his entire junior cam- 
paign with a knee injury ... rushed for more than 1,500 
yards and averaged 9.2 yards per carry ... totaled 25 
touchdowns, including 20 on the ground ... had a pair 
of interceptions as a cornerback/safety ... earned first 
team all-state honors at running back for small schools 
... also was an honorable mention All-Met selection by 
the Washington Post and a All-Montgomery IA-2A choice 
... selected as the Montgomery County Offensive Player 
of the Year by the Montgomery County Coaches Asso- 
ciation and was a first team All-Montgomery County 
choice by the Gazette and the Montgomery Journal ... 
named an All-American by PrepStor ... eight of his 
touchdowns went for at least 40 yards ... was the start- 
ing point guard on the basketball team as a junior ... 
was a region champion in the 200 meters in outdoor 
track as a junior... high school coach was Randy Trivers. 

Personal: Raymond Andrew Custis ... born Feb. 15, 1982 
... son of Hope and Harvey Custis ... plans to major in 
computer science and minor in networking. 



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Downs 

Tailback 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

(Malvern Prep/Valley Forge Military) 

5-8 • 190 • Junior 

Junior College: Graduated in 2000 from Valley Forge 
Military Academy and College in Wayne, Pa. ... a two- 
year starter who totaled 2,013 rushing yards and 23 
touchdowns ... rushed for 925 yards and 12 touch- 
downs on just 87 carries in 1999 after totaling 1,088 
yards and 11 touchdowns on 148 carries in 1998 ... 
junior college coach was Jim Burner. 

High School: Graduated in 1998 from Malvern Prep in 
Philadelphia ... enjoyed a tremendous career, earning 
Philadelphia Daily News Inter-Academic Player of the 
Year honors in 1997 ... he later was named the Inter- 
Academic League Player of the Decade by the Philadel- 
phia Daily News ... established a single-season city 
league record for rushing yards (2,198) and tied marks 
for rushing TD's (29) and total touchdowns (31), all as 
a senior in 1997 ... in his career, he scored 54 touch- 
downs overall, including 50 on the ground ... he be- 
came the first player in Inter-Academic League history 
to rush for more than 4,000 career yards (4,045). 

Personal: Christopher Michael Downs ... born March 
26, 1979 ... son of Dee J. and Joan Downs ... plans to 
major in art ... has a brother who is an assistant coach 
at the University of Pennsylvania. 

Chris 

Earhart 

Defensive Tackle 

nokesville, va. 

(Rrentsville/Montgomery College] 

6-4 • 300 • Junior 

Junior College: Graduated in 2000 from Montgomery Col- 
lege in Rockville, Md. ... two-year starter on the defen- 
sive line ... entered his sophomore season as a preseason 
All-American ... rebounded from an early-season ankle 
injury to help Montgomery College to a 9-1 season, in- 
cluding a final regular season ranking of No. 15 by the 
National Junior College Athletic Association ... the Knights 
were selected to play in the Golden Isles Bowl in Brunswick, 
Ga. ... Montgomery ranked fourth in the NJCAA in rushing 
defense (67.9 ypg) and sixth nationally in total defense 
(198.3 ypg) in 1999 ... was named his team's defensive 
lineman of the year as a freshman in 1998 ... junior col- 
lege coach was Phil Martin. 

High School: Graduated in 1993 from Brentsville High 
School in Novkesville, Va. ... was a four-year varsity 
player as a defensive tackle ... named first team all- 
state as a senior and first team all region as a junior. 

Personal: Christopher Price Earhart ... born Nov. 11, 
1974 ... son of Mary Carney and Richard Earhart ... 
plans to major in criminal justice ... worked for four 
years before the start of his junior college career. 





Kevin 

Eli 

Linebacker 

Deptford, N.J. 

[QeptfordI 

6-4 • 230 • Freshman 

High School: Graduated in 2000 from Deptford High 
School in Deptford, N.J. ... All-America choice by 
PrepStar ... earned first team All-Tri County, first team 
All-Group III and first team All-South Jersey (Philadel- 
phia Inquirer) honors as a senior ... totaled 72 tackles, 
including 19 TFL's and 12 sacks ... opponents would 
generally run away from his side ... blocked a punt and 
a PAT attempt ... three-time first team All-Tri County 
... also played tight end ... played on a state champi- 
onship team as a junior ... team finished 9-3 in 1998 
... three-year varsity player ... team captain ... out- 
standing basketball player as a prep ... was the MVP of 
a prep basketball tournament in Hawaii prior to his 
senior year ... captained his basketball and baseball 
teams ... high school coach was Al Orio. 

Personal: Kevin Shawn Eli ... born July 7, 1981 ... son 
of Delia and Harrison Eli ... plans to major in criminal 
justice. 

James 

Evans III 

Offensive Line 

Teaneck, N.J. 

(Teaneck/Nassau CO 

6-4 • 295 • Junior 

Junior College: Graduated from Nassau CC in 2000 ... 
attended Nassau for three years, competing in football 
during the 1997 and 1998 seasons ... as a sophomore 
in '98, he was a first team JC Grid-Wire All-American 
and a preseason All-American as an offensive guard ... 
helped Nassau to a 9-2 record and a victory over Ari- 
zona Western in the Empire bowl ... as a freshman, 
played on a 9-2 team which defeated Rochester (Minn.) 
CC in the Empire Bowl ... two-year starter as a guard. 

High School: Graduated from Teaneck High School in 
1997 ... two-year varsity starter as an offensive tackle/ 
defensive tackle ... as a senior, captured first team all- 
state honors after helping Teaneck to a state runner- 
up finish ... was a second team all-league defensive 
tackle as a junior ... also wrestled three years, winning 
district championships in the heavyweight class as a 
junior and senior. 

Personal: James Williams Evans III ... born Dec. 1, 
1979 ... son of James and Jo-Ann Evans ... undecided 
on a major. 





C.J. 

Feldiieim 

Defensive End 

Parkton, Md. 

[Hereford! 

6-3 • 235 • Freshman 

High School: Graduated in 2000 from Hereford High 
School in Parkton, Md. ... a two-time consensus all- 
state selection and a two-time All-Metro and All-Balti- 
more County/City choice ... a three-year varsity starter 
who played on teams that posted a cumulative record 
of 35-2, winning one state title (1997) and twice reach- 
ing the state semifinals (1998, 1999) ... as a senior in 
1999, totaled 14 sacks, 29 TFL's and 66 total tackles 
... as a fullback, rushed 77 times for 792 yards and 13 
touchdowns ... broke his leg in the season's ninth game 
... posted 12 sacks as a junior ... also a standout in 
wrestling and baseball ... outstanding student who was 
a Faculty Merit Honor student all four years and is a 
member of the National Honor Society ... high school 
coach was Steve Turnbaugh. 

Personal: Clifford Paul Feldheim ... born Feb. 13, 1982 
... son of Erica and Cliff Feldheim ... plans to major in 
engineering. 



Ryan 

Flynn 

Tight End 

Youngstuwn, Ohio 

(Cardinal Mooney) 

6-4 • 235 • Freshman 

High School: Graduated in 2000 from Cardinal Mooney 
High School in Youngstown, Ohio ... a two-time All- 
Steel Valley Conference choice and an All-Northeast- 
ern Ohio selection as a senior ... also named honorable 
mention all-state ... selected to play in the Big 33 All- 
Star game ... team captain as a senior ... two-way starter 
at tight end and defensive end in 1999 ... graded out 
at 86 percent for the season in a run-oriented offense 
(only 80 passes thrown all season) ... considered by 
his coaches to be one of the finest blocking tight ends 
in school history ... standout first baseman on the 
baseball team ... high school coach was Don Bucci. 

Personal: Ryan Patrick Flynn .. born Jan. 16, 1982 ... 
son of Patricia and Thomas Flynn ... has not decided 
on a major. 




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Hamilton 

CORNERBACK 

Melbourne, Fin. 

lEnu Gallie) 

6-1 * 180 * Freshman 

High School: Graduated in 2000 from Eau Gallie High 
School in Melbourne, Fla. ... was an all region selec- 
tion by SuperPrep as a senior ... totaled two intercep- 
tions and 45 tackles on defense in addition to passing 
for more than 600 yards and rushing for more than 500 
yards as his team's quarterback ... totaled 12 intercep- 
tions during his career ... was named first team All- 
Space Coast and third team all-state in 1999 ... also 
was named to the Golden Helmet team recognizing the 
top players in Central Florida ... teammate of Kenneth 
Jerry, who also signed with the Terps. 

Personal: Rovel Lancefield Hamilton, Jr. ... born Feb. 
18, 1982 ... is undecided on a college major. 

Kenneth 

Jerry 

Linebacker 

Melbourne, Fla. 

(Eau Gallie) 

6-2 • 210 • Freshman 

High School: Graduated in 2000 from Eau Gallie High 
School in Melbourne, Fla. ... teammate of cornerback 
Rovel Hamilton, who also signed with the Terps ... as a 
senior, led his team in tackles (99) and was named 
team MVP ... captured first team All-Space Coast and 
first team All-Brevard County honors ... selected to 
the East-West Central Florida All-Star team ... nomi- 
nated for the North-South Florida all-star game ... three- 
year starter who totaled 63 tackles as a junior and 52 
as a sophomore. 

Personal: Kenneth Oliver Jerry ... born March 4, 1981 
... son of Lou Simpson ... is undecided on a college 
major. 





Chris 

Kelley 

Quarterback 

Germantown, Md. 

(Seneca Valley) 

6-2 • 190 • Freshman 

High School: Graduated in 2000 from Seneca Valley 
High School in Germantown, Md. ... highly decorated 
signal-caller who was rated among the top prep quar- 
terbacks in the country ... was named Maryland state 
player of the year by USA Today and the offensive player 
of the year in Maryland by the Associated Press ... a 
two-time consensus all-state quarterback ... Seneca 
Valley was 26-0 with him as the starting quarterback 
and 39-0 with him somewhere in the starting lineup 
... earned All-America honors from SuperPrep, PrepStar 
and by Max Emfinger ... was rated the No. 1 QB in the 
Atlantic region by PrepStar ... was named the All-Met 
Offensive Player of the Year by the Washington Post ... 
he was responsible for 95 touchdowns in his two sea- 
sons as starting quarterback ... as a senior in 1999, he 
passed for 1,645 yards and 29 touchdowns in addition 
to rushing for 1,278 yards and 16 TD's ... in his career, 
he passed for 3,657 yards and rushed for 2,111 ... high 
school coach was Terry Changuris. 

Personal: Christopher Alan Kelley ... born Nov. 18, 1981 
... son of Teresa and John Kelley ... undecided on a 
college major. 

! 1 Reggie 

Kemp 

Offensive Line 

Hyattsville, Md. 

(Northwestern) 

6-4 • 300 • Freshman 

High School: Graduated in 2000 from Northwestern 
High School in Hyattsville, Md. ... named an All-Ameri- 
can by PrepStar and All-Mid-Atlantic by SuperPrep ... 
a second team all-state choice ... also named second 
team All-Met by the Washington Post ... a first team 
All-Prince George's League selection ... registered 15 
pancake blocks as a senior ... high school coach was 
Ed Shields. 

Personal: Reginald Anthony Kemp II ... born Nov. 11, 
1982 ... son of Terry and Reginald Kemp ... plans to 
major in letters and sciences. 




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Linton 



LlNERACKER 

Chesapeake, Va. 

(Oscar Smith) 

6-2 • 210 • Freshman 

High School: Graduated in 2000 from Oscar Smith High 
School in Chesapeake, Va. ... was a first team all-south- 
eastern district and first team all-eastern region selection 
as a senior ... was the leading vote-getter among lineback- 
ers for all-district honors .... was his team's leading tackier 
as a senior ... high school coach was Bill Lyons. 

Personal: Christopher Scott Linton ... born April 16, 
1982 ... son of Chris and Marie Linton. 

Hlou 

Lombardo 

Offensive Tackle 

Baltimore, Md. 

(Calvert Hall) 

6-6 • 280 • Freshman 

High School: Graduated in 2000 from Calvert Hall Col- 
lege High School in Baltimore, Md. ... a two-time first 
team all-state selection ... started 43 consecutive 
games as a prep ... three-year starter on the varsity ... 
as a senior, was an all-region selection by PrepStar ... 
named first team All-Baltimore City/County by the 
Baltimore Sun ... high school coach was Jay Robinson. 

Personal: Louis Breschi Lombardo ... born May 19, 1982 
... son of Maria and Santo Lombardo. 




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Lynch 



Fullback 

Washington, D.C. 

(Dunbar) 

5-11 • 250 • Freshman 

High School: Graduated in 2000 from Dunbar High School 
in Washington, D.C. ... was an honorable mention Ail- 
American as a senior in 1999 by USA Today ... also was 
selected first team All-Met by the Washington Post and 
the Pigskin Club ... earned first team AU-DCIAA recogni- 
tion ... was named the Washington, D.C. Gatorade Player 
of the Year ...earned all-regional citations by SuperPrep 
and PrepStar magazines ... as a fullback in 1999, he 
rushed for 1,435 yards and scored 21 touchdowns ... as 
a linebacker, he totaled 98 tackles and had two inter- 
ceptions and caused four fumbles ... helped Dunbar to 
back-to-back dry championships as a junio 
... rushed for 1,220 yards anc . 
... high school coach was Craig 

Personal: James Jerome L\ r 
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Novak 

Placekicker 
Charlottesville, Va. 

(Albemarle) 
6-0 • 170 • Freshman 

High School: Graduated in 2000 from Albemarle High 
in Charlottesville, Va. ... three-year varsity starter as a 
placekicker and punter ... two-time first team all-state 
choice, capturing the honor as a sophomore and as a 
senior ... was 13 of 14 on field goal attempts his final 
two seasons, including a career long of 50 yards as a 
senior ... was a two-time all-district and Mi-Daily 
Progress selection ... named to the school's all-aca- 
demic team three times. 

Personal: Nicholas Ryan Novak ... born Aug. 21, 1981 
... son of Julie and Bob Novak ... plans to major in 
kinesiology. 




Roberts 



Defensive Back 

Staten Island, N.Y. 

(Tottenville) 

5-11 • 175 • Freshman 

High School: Graduated in 2000 from Tottenville High 
School in Staten Island, N.Y. ... a four-year starter and 
three-time Staten Island Advance all-star who set most 
major school receiving records ... established Tottenville 
career marks for receptions (141), receiving yards (2,234) 
and touchdowns (27) ... as a senior, caught 57 passes 
for 827 yards and 10 touchdowns ... also selected sec- 
ond team all-state and first team all-city by the New 
York Daily News and the New York City Coaches Associa- 
tion ... selected to the New York "Golden 50" squad 
which played the New Jersey all-stars in the Governor's 
Cup ... was a PrepStar all-region honoree ... a first team 
all-city selection by the New York Daily News as a junior 
... had the game-winning touchdown catch in the 1997 
city championship game ... started every game for four 
years .. high school coach was Jim Munson. 

Personal: Ike Lafayette Roberts ... born July 9, 1981 
... son of Aletha and Isaac Roberts ... undecided on a 
college major. 

^Kyii 
Schmitt 

Offensive Line 

Latrobe, Pa. 

(Derry Area) 

6-5 • 275 • Freshman 

High School: Graduated in 2000 from Derry Area Se- 
nior High School in Latrobe, Pa. ... rated one of the 
top five linemen in the state of Pennsylvania by the 





Big 33 Coaches Association ... capped his senior sea- 
son by earning first team all-state honors from the 
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette ... a PrepStar All-American and 
an all-region choice by SuperPrep ... nominated to play 
in the Big 33 All-Star game ... was a two-time first 
team All-Greater Alleghany Conference selection as an 
offensive tackle ... two-way varsity starter for three 
seasons ... entered his senior season as a preseason 
All-American by Street & Smiths ... also played basket- 
ball ... high school coach was Greg Dorn. 

Personal: Kyle Schmitt ... born Aug. 12, 1981 ... son 
of Edward and Christine Schmitt ... plans to major in 
education. 



Maurice 

Shanks 

Wide Receiver 

Hampton, Va. 

(Phoebus) 

6-4 • 175 • Freshman 

High School: Graduated in 2000 from Phoebus High 
School in Hampton, Va. ... rated the No. 4 prospect in 
the state of Virginia by the Roanoke Times ... a SuperPrep 
All-American who was rated No. 23 in the nation among 
wide receivers ... was a first team All-Hampton Roads 
choice after catching 27 passes for 380 yards as a 
senior in 1999 despite a hamstring injury early in the 
season ... was rated the No. 1 wide receiver in the 
Atlantic Region and the No. 9 prospect overall in the 
Atlantic Region by PrepStar ... was an all-region selec- 
tion in the state as a junior. 

Personal: Maurice Kelly Shanks ... born Feb. 19, 1981 
... son of DaMita Jackson ... plans to major in business 
management. 

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Suter 

Wide Receiver 

Manchester, Md. 

(North Carroll) 

5-9 * 175 • Freshman 

High School: Graduated in 2000 from North Carroll High 
School in Hampstead, Md. ... was named honorable 
mention All-American by USA Today, all-region by 
Prepstar, and was a first team all state and Baltimore 
Sun All-Metro choice ... rushed for more than 4,000 
yards in his career, including 1,748 yards and 19 touch- 
downs as a senior in 1999 ... ranked eighth in the 
state in rushing ... also caught 19 passes for 277 yards 
and two touchdowns ... high school coach was Bill 
Rumbaugh. 

Personal: Steven George Suter ... born June 26, 1982 
... son of Lynn and George Suter ... plans to major in 
letters and sciences. 





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Matt 

Wattleworth 

Tight End 

Potomac, Md. 

(Churchill) 

6-2 • 235 • Freshman 

High School: Graduated in 2000 from Potomac High 
School ... two-year varsity player ... played defensive 
end both seasons ... named honorable mention all-state 
as a senior in 1999 after recording 98 total tackles, 
including 9.5 sacks and four blocked punts. 

Personal: Matthew Clayton Wattleworth ... born Oct. 
28, 1981 ... son of Michael and Marie Wattleworth ... 
plans to major in physical education. 

Curtis 

Williams 

Safety 
Huntington Station, N.Y. 

(Huntington) 
6-2 • 190 • Freshman 

High School: Graduated in 2000 from Huntington High 
School in Huntington Station, N.Y. ... was an all-state 
selection as a senior in 1999 after accounting for 2, 186 
all-purpose yards and scoring 20 touchdowns ... as a 
cornerback, he totaled 71 tackles (52 solos), eight in- 
terceptions and 23 pass breakups ... as a tailback, he 
rushed 110 times for 1,262 yards (11.5 average) ... in 
addition to being named all-state, he also was selected 
All-Long Island, All-Suffolk County and All-Division III 
... he was a finalist for the Hansen Award in Suffolk 
County ... high school coach was Steve Muller. 

Personal: Curtis Antaunn Williams ... born April 26, 
1982 ... son of Linda and Lawrence Leake. 

Dennard 
Wilson 

cornerrack 
Upper Marlboro, Md. 

(DeMatha) 
5-11 * 188 • Freshman 

High School: Graduated in 2000 from DeMatha High 
School in Hyattsville. Md. ... as a senior in 1999, caught 
32 passes for 481 yards and six touchdowns in addition 
to registering three interceptions as a cornerback ... 
named honorable mention all-state in addition to pull- 
ing down first team All-Prince George's County and first 
team All-WCAC honors ... selected to SuperPrep's All- 
Mid-Atlantic team ... was a team co-captain ... three- 
year varsity player and two-year starter ... was one of 
two players to start both ways in 1999 ... high school 
coach was Bill McGregor. 

Personal: Dennard Wilson ... born March 31, 1982 ... 
son of Tyrone Wilson and Gwen Mumford. 




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lew Tidbits 

► The 2000 Terrapin 
schedule includes a 
Thursday night home 
game on ESPN vs. 
delending national 
champion Florida State. 

► This season marks the 
second straight year and 
third since 1997 in which 
Maryland has played six 
home games at Byrd 
Stadium. 

► Maryland's three 
longest series in history 
are against Virginia (64 
games). North Carolina 
162) and NC State (56). The 
NC State series, though, 
includes the longest 
consecutive string of 
games, 44 since 1956. and 
extends the longest, to 
1909. 



Temple 86 

- ' West Virginia 87 

" ' Middle Tennessee State 88 

',2 Florida State 89 

^ Virginia 90 

Clemson 91 

Wake Forest 92 

C/3 93 

I— NC State 94 

North Carolina 95 

Georgia Tech 96 

Composite Schedule 97 

Bowl Championship Series 98 

Maryland Travel Itiner .... 98 




MARYLAND f T B AsL t' v P P Q-Jf £ N T PROFILES 



Temple Owls 




September 9, 2000 

Byrd Stadium 
College Park, Md. 




Veterans Stadium 




Bobby Wallace 



LeVar Talley 





2000 Schedule 


S2 


at Navy 




S9 


at Maryland 




S16 


Bowling Green 




S23 


E. Michigan 




S28 


West Virginia 




07 


at Virginia Tech 




014 


at Rutgers 




021 


Miami (Fla.) 




N4 


at Boston College 




Nil 


Syracuse 




N18 


Pittsburgh 






1999 Results 


S2 


Maryland 


L 0-6 


Sll 


at Kansas State 


L 0-40 


S17 


at Akron 


L 15-25 


S25 


at Marshall 


L 0-34 


02 


at Pittsburgh 


L 24-55 


09 


Boston College 


W 24-14 


023 


at West Virginia 


L 17-20 


030 


Rutgers 


W 56-28 


N6 


at Syracuse 


L 10-27 


N20 


Virginia Tech 


L 7-62 


04 


at Miami (Fla.) 


I 0-55 



General Information 

Location: Philadelphia, PA 19122 
Founded: 1884 
Enrollment: 30,000 
Nickname: Owls 
Colors: Cherry, White 
Stadium: Veterans (66,592) 
Surface: AstroTurf 
Conference: Big East 
President: Dr. David Adamany 
Athletic Director: Dave O'Brien 

HlSTDRY 

First Year of Football: 1884 

All-Time Bowl Record: 1-1 

Years in Postseason Play: 2 

Last Postseason Appearance: 1979 Garden State Bowl 

Result: Defeated California, 28-17 

Ail-Time Record: 373-451-52 

Spurts Information 

Football SID: Bob Lange 

Office: 215-204-1608 

Home: 610-525-8777 

E-Mail: lange@astro.temple.edu 
Media Relations Director: Brian Kirschner 

Office: 215-204-4824 

Home: 215-635-2652 

E-Mail: bkirschn@nimbus.ocis.temple.edu 
Fax: 215-204-7499 
Press Box Phone: 215-271-1015 
SID Mailing Address: 1700 N. Broad St., Vivacqua Hall, 

Philadelphia, PA 19122 
Overnight Address: Same 
Web Site Address: www.owlsports.com 

MeuiaTeamlink Information 

Releases, statistics, rosters and other information are 
available by accessing www.mediateamlink.com. You 
can have documents delivered directly to your email 
and/or fax machine the moment they are updated. 
You can also view documents online. 



Coaching Staff 

Head Coach: Bobby Wallace, Mississippi State '76 

Career Record: 86-54-1 (12) 

At Temple: 4-18 (2) 

Football Office Phone: 215-204-7441 

Best Time to Reach Coach: Through SID 

Weekly Press Conference: Tuesday 

Assistant Coaches: Raymond Monica, AHC/DC/LB; Charlie 
Fisher, OC; R.E. "Rocky" Hager, TE; Rob Likens, WR; 
Spencer Prescott, OLB; Nick Rapone, DB; Mike Schad, 
OL; Blair Thomas, RB; John Reagan, DL. 

Team Infurmatiun 

1999 Record: 2-9 

1999 Conference Record: 2-5 (T-6th) 

1999 Final Rankings: n/a 

Basic Offense: Multiple Pro 

Basic Defense: 4-3 

Lettermen Returning/Lost: 47/26 

Starters Returning/Lost: 14/10 

Hunurs Candidates 

Taylor Suman, ILB; Dan Klecko, DT; LeVar Talley, ILB; 
Dave Yovanovits, OT; Devin Scott, QB; Raheem Brock, 
DE; Taylor Suman, ILB; LeVar Talley, ILB; Chonn 
Lacey, OLB. 

Offensive Starters Returning 

Dave Yovanovits, OT; Devin Scott, QB; Jason McKie, FB; 
Greg Muckerson, SB; Don Klein, C. 

Defensive Starters Returning 

Raheem Brock, DE; Dan Klecko, DT; Akeiff Staples, DE; 
Taylor Suman, ILB; LeVar Talley, ILB; Philip Shepard, 
CB; Chonn Lacey, OLB. 

Series Histury 

Series Record: Maryland leads 3-0-0 

Series at Maryland: Maryland leads 1-0-0 

Series at Temple: Maryland leads 2-0-0 

First Meeting: 1997, Maryland 24-21 

Last Terrapin Win at Maryland: 1998 (30-20) 

Last Terrapin Win at Temple: 1999 (6-0) 

Last Temple Win at Maryland: None 

Last Temple Win at Temple: None 

Current Series Streak: Maryland has won 3 

Maryland's Largest Margin of Victory: 10 (30-20, 1998) 



Returning Statistical Leaders 



Rushing 

Tanardo Sharps, RB 
Jason McKie, FB 

Passing 

Devin Scott, QB 
Mac DeVito, QB 

Receiving 

Greg Muckerson, SB 
Jamal Wallace, WR 

Tackles 

LeVar Talley, ILB 

Taylor Suman, ILB 



G-GS 

5-0 
11-6 

G-GS 

11-9 
11-2 

G-GS 

11-6 
11-5 

G-GS 

11-10 
10-10 



Att 

25 
35 

PA 

368 
90 

Rec 

41 
26 

UT 

84 
63 



Yds 

184 
172 

PC 

222 
43 

Yds 

413 
246 

AT 

47 
66 



Avg 

7.4 
4.9 

Pet 

.603 
.478 

Avg 

10.1 
9.5 

TT 

131 
129 



TD 

1 


Yds 

1815 

435 

YPG 

37.5 
22.4 

Int 





TD 

12 
3 

TD 
2 



Sacks 
2 

1 



Int 

12 
7 



TFL 

4 
9 



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West Virginia Mountaineers 



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September 16, 2000 
Mountaineer Field 

MORGANTOWN, W.Vfl 




Mountaineer Field 




Don Nehlen 



Avon Cobourne 



2000 Schedule 



S2 
S16 

S23 

S28 

07 

012 

021 

N4 

Nil 

N18 

N24 



S4 

Sll 

S18 

S25 

02 

016 

023 

030 

N6 

N13 

N27 



Boston College 

Maryland 

Miami (Fla.) 

at Temple 

Idaho 

at Virginia Tech 

Notre Dame 

Syracuse 

at Rutgers 

East Carolina 

at Pittsburgh 



1999 Results 



at East Carolina 

Miami (Ohio) 

at Maryland 

at Syracuse 

Navy 

Rutgers 

Temple 

at Miami (Fla.) 

Virginia Tech 

at Boston College 

Pittsburgh 



23-30 

43-27 

0-33 

7-30 

28-31 

62-16 

20-17 

20-28 

20-22 

17-34 

52-21 



General Information 

Location: Morgantown, WV 26505 

Founded: 1867 

Enrollment: 22,000 

Nickname: Mountaineers 

Colors: Old Gold, Blue 

Stadium: Mountaineer Field (63,500) 

Surface: Astroturf 

Conference: Big East 

President: David C. Hardesty, Jr. 

Athletic Director: Ed Pastilong 

History 

First Year of Football: 1891 

Alt-Time Bowl Record: 8-12 

Years in Postseason Play: 20 

Last Postseason Appearance: 1998 Insight.com Bowl 

Result: Lost to Missouri, 34-31 

All-Time Record: 596-411-45 

Sports Information 

Football SID: Shelly Poe 

Office: 304-293-2821 

Home: 304-599-7259 

E-Mail: spoe@wvu.edu 
Football Assistant: Michael Fragale 

Home: 304-296-2029 

E-Mail: mfragale@wvu.edu 
Fax: 304-293-4105 
Press Box Phone: 304-293-3799 
SID Mailing Address: P.O. Box 0877, Morgantown, WV, 

26507 
Overnight Address: Collins Ferry Commerce Center, 

Morgantown, WV 26505 
Web Site Address: www.MSNsportsNet.com 

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Coaching Staff 

Head Coach: Don Nehlen, Bowling Green '58 

Career Record: 195-123-8 (29) 

At WVU: 142-88-4 (20) 

Football Office Phone: 304-293-4194 

Best Time to Reach Coach: Big East Conference call 

Weekly Press Conference: Tuesday 

Assistant Coaches: Steve Dunlap, DC/ILB; Darrell Hazell, 
RB; Bill Kirelawich, DL; Bill Legg, OC/OL; Dave 
McMichael, OL; Donnie Young, OLB; Bill Stewart, QB; 
Frank Kurth, WR; David Lockwood, DB. 

Team Information 

1999 Record: 4-7 

1999 Conference Record: 3-4 (T-4th) 

1999 Final Rankings: n/a 

Basic Offense: Multiple I 

Basic Defense: Multiple 

Lettermen Returning/lost: 32/19 

Starters Returning/Lost: 12/10 

Honors Candidates 

Avon Cobourne, TB; Khori Ivy, WR; Rick Gilliam, C; Chris 
Edmonds, LB; Antwan Lake, DT; Mark Fazzolari, P. 

Offensive Starters Returning 

Avon Cobourne, TB; Khori Ivy, WR; Antonio Brown, WR; 
Rick Gilliam, C; Tanner Russell, OT; Matt Wilson, OT; 
Wes Ours, OG. 

Defensive Starters Returning 

Chris Edmonds, LB; Kyle Kayden, LB; Antwan Lake, DT; 
Mark Thurston, DE. 

Series History 

Series Record: West Virginia leads 18-17-2 
Series at Maryland: Maryland leads 10-8-1 
Series at West Virginia: West Virginia leads 10-7-1 
First Meeting: 1919, West Virginia, 27-0 
Last Terrapin Win at Maryland: 1999 (33-0) 
Last Terrapin Win at West Virginia: 1994 (24-13) 
Last Mountaineer Win at Maryland: 1997 (31-14) 
Last Mountaineer Win at West Virginia: 1998 (42-20) 
Current Series Streak: Maryland has won 1 
Maryland's Largest Margin of Victory: 47 (54-7, 1951) 
West Virginia's Largest Margin of Victory: 31 (55-24, 
1988) 



Returning Statistical Leaders 



Rushing 

Avon Cobourne, TB 

Cooper Rego, RB 

Passing 

Brad Lewis, QB 

Receiving 

Khori Ivy, WR 
Antonio Brown, WR 

Tackles 

Kyle Kayden, LB 
Chris Edmonds, LB 
Mark Thurston, DE 



G-GS 

10-10 

11-1 

G-GS 
8-3 

G-GS 

11-10 
9-2 

G-GS 

11-11 

11-11 

9-9 



Att 

224 
81 

PA 

112 

Rec 

53 
50 

UT 
57 
40 
20 



Yds 

1139 

340 

PC 
67 

Yds 
666 
462 

AT 
24 
21 
20 



Avg 

5.1 
4.2 

Pet 
.598 

Avg 

12.6 
9.2 

TT 
81 

61 
40 



TD 

10 

2 

Yds 
726 

YPG 

60.5 
51.3 

Int 

3 




TD 

8 

TD 
5 
1 

Sacks 
3 
6 
2 



Int 

3 



TFL 

7 
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Middle Tenn. State Blue Raiders 




September 23, 2000 

Byrd Stadium 

College Park, Md. 




Johnny "Red" Floyd Stadium 



Andy McCollum 



Kendall Newson 





2000 Schedule 


S2 


at Illinois 






S9 


at Florida 






S16 


Murray State 






S23 


at Maryland 






07 


Louisiana Tech 






014 


Louisiana-Monroe 






021 


at Alabama-Birmingham 






028 


at Mississippi State 






N4 


at Connecticut 






Nil 


South Florida 






N18 


Louisiana-Lafayette 








1999 Results 




S4 


at Mississippi State 


L 


7-40 


Sll 


at Arizona 


L 


19-34 


S18 


Wofford 


W 


52-42 


S25 


at Louisiana-Lafayette 


L 


31-45 


02 


Troy State 


L 


31-48 


09 


at Arkansas 


L 


6-58 


016 


at Louisiana Tech 


L 


18-42 


030 


at Louisiana-Monroe 


L 


0-10 


N6 


Tennessee-Martin 


W 


70-14 


N13 


Central Florida 


L 


14-39 


N20 


East Tennessee 


W 


24-7 



General Information 

Location: Murfreesboro, TN 37132 

Founded: 1911 

Enrollment: 18,993 

Nickname: Blue Raiders 

Colors: Blue, White 

Stadium: Johnny "Red" Floyd (30,788) 

Surface: Artificial turf 

Conference: I-A Independent 

President: Dr. James Walker 

Athletic Director: Lee Fowler 

History 

First Year of Football: 1912 

Ail-Time Bowl Record: 2-2 

Years in Postseason Play: 11 

Last Postseason Appearance: 1994 I-AA Playoffs 

Result: Lost to Marshall, 49-14 

All-Time Record: 457-303-28 

Sports Information 

Football SID: Mark Owens 

Office: 615-898-5057 

Home: 615-907-5797 

E-Mail: mrowens@mtsu.edu 
Assistant SID: Ryan Simmons 

Home: 615-907-6072 

E-Mail: rsimmons@mtsu.edu 
Assistant SID: Brian Albertson 

Home: 615-217-2457 

E-Mail: balberts@mtsu.edu 
Fax: 615-898-5626 
Press Box Phone: 615-898-2312 
SID Mailing Address: MTSU Box 20, Murfreesboro, TN 

37132 
Overnight Address: 1500 Greenland Drive, Murfreesboro, 

TN 37132 
Web Site Address: www.GoBlueRaiders.com 

Fakback Information 

Faxback Phone: n/a 
Release Code: n/a 
Statistics Code: n/a 
Roster Code: n/a 



Coaching Staff 

Head Coach: Andy McCollum, Austin Peay '81 

Career Record: 3-8 (1) 

At MTSU: 3-8 (1) 

Football Office Phone: 615-898-2926 

Best Time to Reach Coach: Through SID 

Weekly Press Conference: TBA 

Assistant Coaches: Larry Fedora, OC/RB; Miles Aldridge, 
DC; Alex Robins, QB; Joe Wickline, OL; Floyd Walker, 
TE; Steve Bird, WR; Howard McMahan, OLB; Kacy 
Rodgers, DL; Mike Woodford, DB. 

Team Information 

1999 Record: 3-8 

1999 Conference Record: Independent 

1999 Final Rankings: n/a 

Basic Offense: Multiple 

Basic Defense: 3-4 

Lettermen Returning/Lost: 47/9 

Starters Returning/Lost: 20/4 

Honors Candidates 

Kendall Newson, WR; Wes Counts, QB; Mario Kelso, DB; 
Tyrone Calico, WR; Jermaine Francis, DB. 

Offensive Starters Returning 

Barry Hall, OT; Chris Howington, OT; Brock Lillis, C; Gil 
Matias, OG; Reggie Primas, OG; Tyrone Calico, WR; 
Rashaad Craft, WR; Kendall Newson, WR; Hansford 
Johnson, WR; Wes Counts, QB. 

Defensive Starters Returning 

Marcus Harvey, LB; Keith Pauldo, LB; Terrence King, 
DE; Martez Phelps, DT; Jykine Bradley, DB; Jermaine 
Francis, DB; Mario Kelso, FS; Delvin Pikes, SS. 



Series History 



First meeting. 



Returning Statistical Leaders 



Rushing G-GS Att Yds Avg TD 

Jamison Palmer, TB 11-3 117 548 4.7 9 

Dwone Hicks, TB 9-0 39 182 4.7 3 

Passing G-GS PA PC Pet Yds TD Int 

Wes Counts, QB 11-11 390 249 .638 2603 14 13 

Receiving G-GS Rec Yds Avg YPG TD 

Kendall Newson, WR 11-11 69 918 13.3 83.5 5 

Tyrone Calico, WR 11-9 65 695 10.7 63.2 5 

Hansford Johnson, WR 11-9 47 513 10.9 46.6 4 

Tackles G-GS UT AT TT Int Sacks TFL 

Mario Kelso, FS 11-10 61 45 106 2 

Delvin Pikes, SS 11-9 63 32 95 1 1 

Keith Pauldo, LB 11-9 29 27 56 1 6 



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September 28. 2000 

Byrd Stadium 

College Park, Md. 




Doak Campbell Stadium 




Bobby Bowden 



Chris Weinke 





2000 Schedule 


A26 


Bngham Young (at Jacksonvi 


le, Fla.) 


S9 


at Georgia Tech 






S16 


North Carolina 






S23 


Louisville 






S28 


at Maryland 






07 


at Miami (Fla.) 






014 


Duke 






021 


Virginia 






028 


at NC State 






N4 


Clemson 






Nil 


at Wake Forest 






N18 


Florida 








1999 Results 




A28 


Louisiana Tech 


W 


41-7 


Sll 


Georgia Tech 


W 


41-35 


S18 


NC State 


W 


42-11 


S25 


at North Carolina 


W 


42-10 


02 


Duke (at Jacksonville) 


W 


51-23 


09 


Miami (Fla.) 


w 


31-21 


016 


Wake Forest 


w 


33-10 


023 


at Clemson 


w 


17-14 


030 


at Virginia 


w 


35-10 


N13 


Maryland 


w 


49-10 


N20 


at Florida 
Sugar Bowl 


w 


30-23 


J4 


Virginia Tech 


w 


46-29 



General Information 

Location: Tallahassee, FL 32316 

Founded: 1857 

Enrollment: 30.519 

Symbol: Seminoles 

Colors: Garnet, Gold 

Stadium: Doak Campbell (80,000) 

Surface: Natural grass 

Conference: Atlantic Coast 

President: Talbot "Sandy" D'Alemberte 

Athletic Director: Dave Hart, Jr. 

History 

First Year of Football: 1947 

All-Time Bowl Record: 18-9-2 

Years in Postseason Play: 29 

Last Postseason Appearance: 2000 Sugar Bowl 

Result: Defeated Virginia Tech, 46-29 

All-Time Record: 381-193-17 

Sports Information 

Football SID: Rob Wilson 

Office: 850-644-1402 

Home: 850-894-5801 

E-Mail: rlwilson@mailer.fsu.edu 
Assistant SID: Jeff Purmton 

Home: 850-504-0078 

£-Afai7; jpurinto@mailer. fsu.edu 
Assistant SID: Tina Thomas 

Home: 850-514-3351 

E-Mail: tthomas@mailer.fsu.edu 
Fax: 850-644-3820 
Press Box Phone: 850-644 4057 
SID Mailing Address: PO Drawer 2195, Tallahassee, FL 

32316 
Overnight Address: Moore Athletic Center, Stadium Drive 

and Pensacola Street, Tallahassee, FL 32306 
Web Site Address: www.seminoles.com 

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Coaching Staff 

Head Coach: Bobby Bowden, Samford '53 

Career Record: 304-65-4 (34) 

At FSU: 231-53-4 (24) 

Football Office Phone: 850-644-1465 

Best Time to Reach Coach: Through secretary 

Weekly Press Conference: Sunday 

Assistant Coaches: Mickey Andrews, DC/DB; Jeff Bowden, 
WR; Jim Gladden, DE; Odell Haggins, DL; Jimmy 
Heggins, OL; Joe Kines, LB; John Lilly, TE; Mark Richt, 
OC/QB; Billy Sexton, RB. 

Team Information 

7999 Record: 12-0 

1999 Conference Record: 8-0 (1st) 

1999 Final Rankings: National champion 

Basic Offense: Pro Set 

Bask Defense: 4-3 Multiple 

Lettermen Returning/ Lost: 61/16 

Starters Returning/ Lost: 16/8 

Honors Candidates 

Chris Weinke, QB; Travis Minor, TB; Brett Williams, OT; 
Jamal Reynolds, DE; Tommy Polley, OLB; 8rian Allen, 
OLB; Derrick Gibson, ROV. 

Offensive Starters Returning 

Brett Williams, OT; Justin Amman, OG; Tarlos Thomas, 
OT; Ryan Sprague, TE; William McCray, FB: Chris 
Weinke, QB; Travis Minor, TB. 

Defensive Starters Returning 

Jamal Reynolds, DE; Roland Seymour, DE; Tommy Polley, 
OLB; Brian Allen, OLB; Bradley Jennings, MLB; Der- 
rick Gibson, ROV; Tay Cody, CB; Clevan Thomas, CB. 

Series History 

Series Record: Florida State leads 10-0-0 
Series at Maryland: Florida State leads 4-0-0 
Series at Florida State: Florida State leads 5-0-0 
Neutral: Florida State leads 1-0-0 
First Meeting: 1966, Florida State, 45-21 
Last Terrapin Win at Maryland: None 
Last Terrapin Win at Florida State: None 
Last Seminole Win at Maryland: 1998 (24-10) 
Last Seminole Win at Florida State: 1999 (49-10) 
Current Series Streak: Florida State has won 10 
Florida State's Largest Margin of Victory: 48 (69-21, 
1992) 



Returning Statistical Leaders 



Rushing 
Travis Minor, TB 
Jeff Chaney, RB 

Passing 

Chris Weinke, QB 

Marcus Outzen. QB 

Receiving 
Marvin Minnis, FL 
Robert Morgan, SE 

Tackles 

Tommy Polley, OLB 

Brian Allen, OLB 



G-GS 

11-11 
10-0 

G-GS 

11-11 
11-0 

G-GS 

9-1 

11-1 

G-GS 

11-9 
11-9 



Att 

180 
43 

PA 

377 

26 

Rec 

19 
16 

UT 
67 
48 



Yds 
815 
157 

PC 

232 

12 

Yds 

257 
245 

AT 

42 
53 



Avg 
4.5 
3.7 

Pet 
.615 

.462 

Avg 
13.6 
15.3 

17 
109 
101 



TD 
7 
2 

Yds 

3103 

169 

YPG 
28.6 
22.3 



TD 

25 
1 

TD 

3 




Int 

14 
1 



Int Sacks 
9 3 

1 5 



TFL 
6 
8 



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October 7, 2000 

Scon Stadium 
Charlottesville, Va. 




Scott Stadium 




George Welsh 



TT 

Dan Ellis 





2000 Schedule 


S2 


Brigham Young 






S9 


Richmond 






S16 


at Duke 






S23 


Clemson 






S30 


at Wake Forest 






07 


Maryland 






021 


at Florida State 






028 


North Carolina 






N9 


at Georgia Tech 






N18 


NC State 






N25 


at Virginia Tech 








1999 Results 




S4 


at North Carolina 


W 


20-17 


Sll 


at Clemson 


L 


14-33 


S18 


Wake Forest 


W 


35-7 


S25 


at Brigham Young 


W 


45-40 


02 


Virginia Tech 


L 


7-31 


09 


Duke 


L 


17-24 (ot) 


016 


at NC State 


W 


47-26 


030 


Florida State 


L 


10-35 


N6 


Georgia Tech 


W 


45-38 


N13 


Buffalo 


W 


50-21 


N20 


at Maryland 
MicronPC.com Bowl 


W 


34-30 


D30 


Illinois 


L 


21-63 



General Information 

Location: Charlottesville, VA 22904 

Founded: 1819 

Enrollment: 18,473 

Nickname: Cavaliers, Wahoos 

Colors: Orange, Blue 

Stadium: Scott Stadium (David A. Harrison III Field) 

Surface: Prescription Athletic Turf 

Conference: Atlantic Coast 

President: John T. Casteen III 

Athletic Director: Terry Holland 

History 

First Year of Football: 1888 

Ail-Time Bowl Record: 4-7 

Years in Postseason Play: 11 

Last Postseason Appearance: 1999 MicronPC.com Bowl 

Result: Lost to Illinois, 63-21 

All-Time Record: 551-481-48 

Sports Information 

Football SID: Michael Colley 

Office: 804-982-5500 

Home: 804-975-5477 

E-Mail: mcc7k@virginia.edu 
Assistant SID: Cathy Ripley 

Home: 804-296-0726 

E-Mail: ct4a@virginia.edu 
SID: Rich Murray 

Home: 804-978-2966 

E-Mail: rjm4e@virginia.edu 
Fax: 804-982-5525 
Press Box Phone: 804-296-5910 
SID Mailing Address: P.O. Box 400853, Charlottesville, 

VA 22904 
Overnight Address: Onesty Hall, Massie & Alderman 

Roads, Charlottesville, VA 22903 
Web Site Address: www.virginiasports.com 

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Coaching Staff 

Head Coach: George Welsh, Navy '56 

Career Record: 183-126-4 (27) 

At Virginia: 128-80-3 (18) 

Football Office Phone: 804-982-5900 

Best Time to Reach Coach: Through SID 

Weekly Press Conference: Monday 

Assistant Coaches: Rick Lantz, DC/LB; Gary Tranquill, 
OC/QB; Art Markos, WR/ST; Andre' Powell, RB; Bob 
Price, DB; Paul Schudel, OL; Ty Smith, DE; David 
Turner, DT/ST; Danny Wilmer, TE. 

Team Information 

1999 Record: 7-5 

2999 Conference Record: 5-3 (T-2nd) 

1999 Final Rankings: n/a 

Basic Offense: Multiple I 

Basic Defense: 4-3 

Lettermen Returning/Lost: 36/24 

Starters Returning/Lost: 12/12 

Honors Candidates 

Billy Baber, TE; Kevin Coffey, WR; Dan Ellis, QB; Jerton 
Evans, DB; Yubrenal Isabelle, LB; Josh Lawson, LT; 
Monsanto Pope, DT; Byron Thweatt, LB. 

Offensive Starters Returning 

Billy Baber, TE; Brad Barnes, RT; Kevin Coffey, WR; Dan 
Ellis, QB; Ahmad Hawkins, WR; Josh Lawson, LT; Evan 
Routzhan, RG. 

Defensive Starters Returning 

Jerton Evans, DB; Yubrenal Isabelle, LB; Monsanto Pope, 
DE; Ljubomir Stamenich, DE; Byron Thweatt, LB. 

Series History 

Series Record: Maryland leads 37-25-2 

Series at Maryland: Maryland leads 17-10-2 

Series at Virginia: Maryland leads 19-14-0 

Neutral: Tied 1-1-0 

First Meeting: 1919, Maryland, 13-0 

Last Terrapin Win at Maryland: 1991 (17-6) 

Last Terrapin Win at Virginia: 1990 (35-30) 

Last Cavalier Win at Maryland: 1999 (34-30) 

Last Cavalier Win at Virginia: 1998 (31-19) 

Current Series Streak: Virginia has won 8 

Maryland's Largest Margin of Victory: 43 (55-12, 1959) 

Virginia's Largest Margin of Victory: 45 (45-0, 1997) 



Returning Statistical Leaders 



Rushing G-GS Att Yds Avg TD 

Arlen Harris, RB 9-0 30 112 3.7 

Tyree Foreman, RB 8-0 20 97 4.8 1 

Passing G-GS PA PC Pet Yds TD Int 

Dan Ellis, QB 10-10 258 156 .605 2050 20 10 

Receiving G-GS Rec Yds Avg YPG TD 

Billy McMullen, WR 11-0 28 483 17.2 43.9 6 

Kevin Coffey, WR 11-10 28 437 15.6 39.7 7 

Tackles G-GS UT AT TT Int Sacks TFL 

Yubrenal Isabelle, LB 9-9 47 31 78 2 1 1 

Byron Thweatt, LB 11-11 44 22 66 1 1 5 



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2000 Schedule 


S2 


The Citadel 






S9 


Missouri 






S16 


Wake Forest 






S23 


at Virginia 






S30 


at Duke 






07 


NC State 






014 


Maryland 






021 


at North Carolina 






028 


Georgia Tech 






N4 


at Florida State 






N18 


South Carolina 








1999 Results 




S4 


Marshall 


L 


10-13 


Sll 


Virginia 


W 


33-14 


S23 


at Virginia Tech 


L 


11-31 


02 


North Carolina 


W 


31-20 


09 


at NC State 


L 


31-35 


016 


at Maryland 


W 


42-30 


023 


Florida State 


L 


14-17 


030 


at Wake Forest 


W 


12-3 


N6 


Duke 

at Georgia Tecrr 


w 


58-7 


N13 


L 


42-45 


N20 


South Carolina 
Peach Bowl 


W 


31-21 


030 


Mississippi State 


L 


7-17 



General Information 

Location: Clemson, SC 29634 

Founded: 1889 

Enrollment: 16,895 

Nickname: Tigers 

Colors: Burnt Orange, Northwest Purple 

Stadium: Clemson Memorial (81,473) 

Surface: Natural grass 

Conference: Atlantic Coast 

President: James F. Barker 

Athletic Director: Bobby Robinson 

History 

First Year of Football: 1896 

All-Time Bowl Record: 12-11 

Years in Postseason Ploy. 23 

Last Postseason Appearance: 1999 Peach Bowl 

Result: Lost to Mississippi State, 17-7 

All-Time Record: 562-390-45 

Sports Information 

Football SID: Tim Bourret 

Office: 864-656-2114 

Home: 864-888-3490 

E-Mail: btimoth@clemson.edu 
Assistant SID: Todd Lamb 

Home: 864-356-1078 

E-Mail: bryanl@clemson.edu 
Assistant SID: Sam Blackman 

Home: 864-639-4400 

E-Mail: blackmj@clemson.edu 
Fax: 864-656-0299 
Press Box Phone: 865-654-3326 
SID Mailing Address: P.O. Box 632, Clemson, SC 29634 
Overnight Address: Jervey Athletic Center, 100 Perim- 
eter Rd., Clemson, SC 29634 
Web Site Address: www.clemsontigers.com 

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Coaching Staff 

Head Coach: Tommy Bowden, West Virginia '77 

Career Record: 23-10 (3) 

At Clemson: 6-6(1) 

Football Office Phone: 864-656-2796 

Best Time to Reach Coach: Daily, 1:30 p.m. 

Weekly Press Conference: Tuesday 

Assistant Coaches: Rodney Allison, DE; Burton Burns, 
RB; Reggie Herring, DC/LB; Jack Hines, DB; Rich 
Rodriguez. OC/QB; Brad Scott, TE; Theilen Smith, 
DL; Rick Stockstill, WR; Ron West, OL. 

Team Information 

1999 Record: 6-6 

1999 Conference Record: 5-3 (T-2nd) 

2999 Final Rankings: n/a 

Basic Offeir.e: Multiple 

Basic Deferv.e: 4-3 

Lettermen Returning/Lost: 53/12 

Starters Returning/Lost: 16/8 

Honors Candidates 

Keith Adams, LB; Robert Carswell, FS; Rod Gardner, WR; 
Terry Jolly, DT; Travis Zachery, TB; Kyle Young, C; 
Chad Carson, MLB; Alex Ardley, CB. 

Offensive Starters Returning 

Rod Gardner, WR; John McDermott, OT; Theo Mougros, 
OG; Akil Smith, OT; T.J. Watkins, OG; Justin Watts. 
WR; Kyle Young, C; Travis Zachery, TB. 

Defensive Starters Returning 

Keith Adams, LB; Alex Ardley, CB; Terry Bryant, DE; Chad 
Carson, MLB; Robert Carswell, FS; Jason Holloman, 
DT; Terry Jolly. DT; Braxton K. Williams, LB. 

Series History 

Series Record: Clemson leads 26-20-2 

Series at Maryland: Clemson leads 11-9-1 

Series at Clemson: Clemson leads 14-10-0 

Neutral: Tied 1-1-1 

First Meeting: 1952, Maryland, 28-0 

Lost Terrapin Win at Maryland: 1992 (53-23) 

Last Terrapin Win at Clemson: 1985 (34-31) 

Last Tiger Win at Maryland: 1999 (42-30) 

Last Tiger Win at Clemson: 1998 (23-0) 

Current Series Streak: Clemson has won 7 

Maryland's Largest Margin of Victory: 41 (41-0, 1974) 

Clemson's Largest Margin of Victory: 33 (40-7, 1991) 



Returning Statistical Leaders 



Rushing G-GS Att Yds 

Travis Zachery, TB 10-7 184 827 

Woodrow Dantzler, QB 9-5 137 580 

Passing G-GS PA PC 

Woodrow Dantzler, QB 9-5 195 111 

Receiving G-GS Rec Yds 

Rod Gardner, WR 11-9 73 1009 

Travis Zachery, TB 10-7 17 186 

Justin Watts, WR 11-7 16 175 

Tackles G-GS UT AT 

Keith Adams, LB 11-11 112 64 

Chad Carson. MLB 11-11 60 68 

Robert Carswell, FS 11-11 84 38 



Avg 
4.5 
4.2 

Pet 
.567 

Avg 
13.8 
10.9 
10.9 



176 
128 
122 



TD 
16 

4 

Yds 
1501 

YPG 
91.7 
18.6 

15.9 

Int 



6 



TD 

9 

TD 
4 



Sacks 

16 





Int 

5 



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October 21, 2000 

Byrd Stadium 
College Park, Mo. 




Groves Stadium 




Jim Caldwell 



Jimmy Caldwell 



2000 Schedule 



A31 

S9 

S16 

S30 

07 

014 

021 

N4 

Nil 

N18 

N25 



Sll 

S18 

S25 

02 

09 

016 

023 

030 

N6 

N13 

N20 

D25 



Appalachian State 

North Carolina 

at Clemson 

Virginia 

Vanderbilt 

at Georgia Tech 

at Maryland 

Duke 

Florida State 

at Navy 

at NC State 



1999 Results 



at Army 

at Virginia 

NC State 

Rutgers 

Maryland 

at Florida State 

UAB 

Clemson 

at North Carotina 

at Duke 

Georgia Tech 

Aloha Bowl 

Arizona State 



W 
L 

vv 
w 

L 

L 
W 

L 
W 

L 
W 



34-15 

7-35 

31-7 

17-10 

14-17 

10-33 

47-3 

3-12 

19-3 

35-48 

26-23 



W 23-3 



General Information 



Location: Winston-Salem, NC 27109 
Founded: 1834 
Enrollment: 3,836 
Nickname: Demon Deacons 
Colors: Old Gold, Black 
Stadium: Groves (31,500) 
Surface: Natural grass 
Conference: Atlantic Coast 
President: Dr. Thomas K. Hearn, Jr. 
Athletic Director: Ron Wellman 



History 



First Year of Football: 1888 

All-Time Bowl Record: 3-2 

Years in Postseason Play: 5 

Last Postseason Appearance: 1999 Aloha Bowl 

Result: Defeated Arizona State, 23-3 

All-Time Record: 350-533-33 

Sports Information 

5/0: Dean Buchan 

Office: 336-758-5640 

Home: 336-287-8954 

E-Mail: buchandw@wfu.edu 
Associate SID: Joanna Sparkman 

Office: 336-758-5640 

Home: TBA 

E-Mail: sparkmj@wfu.edu 
Fax: 336-758-5140 
Press Box Phone: 336-759-9969 
5/0 Mailing Address: P.O. Box 7426, Winston-Salem, NC 

27109 
Overnight Address: 203 Athletic Center, Wingate Rd., 

Winston-Salem, NC 27109 
Web Site Address: www.wakeforestsports.com 

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Coaching Staff 

Head Coach: Jim Caldwell, Iowa '77 

Career Record: 24-54 (7) 

At WFU: 24-54 (7) 

Football Office Phone: 336-758-5631 

Best Time to Reach Coach: Through SID 

Weekly Press Conference: Tuesday 

Assistant Coaches: Jamie Barresi, WR; Mel Foels, ILB; 
Bobby Kennedy, RB; John Klacik, QB; Theo Lemon, 
AHC/Co-DC/DL; Tony Pierce, Co-DC/DB; Diron 
Reynolds, OLB; Ray Rychleski, TE; Eddie Williamson, 
OC/OL. 

Team Information 

1999 Record: 7-5 

1999 Conference Record: 3-5 (T-5th) 

1999 Final Rankings: n/a 

Basic Offense: Multiple 

Basic Defense: Multiple 

Lettermen Returning/Lost: 42/31 

Starters Returning/Lost: 6/18 

Honors Candidates 

Bryan Ray, DE; Vince Azzolina, C: Michael Collins, OT. 

Offensiue Starters Returning 

Vince Azzolina, C; Michael Collins, OT; Ovie Mughelli, 
FB. 

Defensive Starters Returning 

Bryan Ray, DE; Keyshorn Smith, CB. 

Series History 

Series Record: Maryland leads 34-13-1 

5eries at Maryland: Maryland leads 16-7-0 

Series at Wake Forest: Maryland leads 18-6-1 

First Meeting: 1917, Maryland, 29-13 

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

Last Terrapin Win at Wake Forest: 1999 (17-14) 

Last Deacon Win at Maryland: 1998 (20-10) 

Last Deacon Win at Wake Forest: 1997 (35-17) 

Current Series Streak: Maryland has won 1 

Maryland's Largest Margin of Victory: 52 (52-0, 1996) 

Wake Forest's Largest Margin of Victory: 39 (39-0, 1944) 



Returning Statistical Leaders 



Rushing 

Chris McCoy, RB 
Ovie Mughelli, FB 

Passing 

C.J. Leak, QB 

Receiving 

Jimmy Caldwell, WR 
Ira Williams, WR 

Tackles 
Bryan Ray, DE 
Adrian Duncan, CB 
Keyshorn Smith, CB 



G-GS 

11-0 
9-9 

G-GS 

6-0 

G-GS 

11-1 
11-0 

G-GS 

11-11 
10-0 

11-11 



Att 

32 

16 

PA 

18 

Rec 

19 
13 

UT 
34 
30 
24 



Yds 

128 

80 

PC 

6 

Yds 

161 
214 

AT 

18 

8 

1 



Avg 

4.0 
5.0 

Pet 
.333 

Avg 

8.5 

16.5 

TT 

52 
38 
35 



TD 




Yds 

59 

YPG 

14.6 
19.5 



TD 

1 

TD 






Int 

1 



Int Sacks 

10 
3 1 

1 



TFL 

19 

2 

2 



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Wallace Wade Stadium 

Durham, N.C. 




Wallace Wade Stadium 




Carl Franks 



Todd DeLamietleure 



2000 Schedule 



S2 
S9 
S16 
S23 

S30 

OK 

021 

028 

N4 

Nil 

N18 



Sll 

S18 

S25 

02 

09 

016 

023 

030 

N6 

N13 

N20 



East Carolina 

at Northwestern 

Virginia 

at Vanderbilt 

Clemson 

at Florida State 

at Georgia Tech 

Maryland 

at Wake Forest 

at NC State 

North Carolina 



1999 Results 



at East Carolina L 

Northwestern L 

Vanderbilt L 

Florida St. (at Jacksonville) L 



at Virginia 
Georgia Tech 
NC State 
at Maryland 
at Clemson 
Wake Forest 
at North Carolina 



9-27 

12-15 (ot) 

14-31 

23-51 

24-17 (2ot) 

31-38 

24-31 (ot) 

25-22 

7-58 

48-35 

0-38 



General Infdrmation 

Location: Durham, NC 27708 
Founded: 1838 
Enrollment: 6,207 
Nickname: Blue Devils 
Colors: Royal Blue, White 
Stadium: Wallace Wade (33,941) 
Surface: Natural grass 
Conference: Atlantic Coast 
President: Dr. Nannerl 0. Keohane 
Athletic Director: Joe Alleva 

HlSTDRY 

First Year of Football: 1888 

Ail-Time Bowl Record: 3-5 

Years in Postseason Play: 8 

Last Postseason Appearance: 1994 Hall of Fame Bowl 

Result: Lost to Wisconsin, 34-20 

All-Time Record: 434-368-31 

Spurts Infurmatiun 

SID: Jon Jackson 

Office: 919-684-2633 

Home: 919-484-9927 

E-Mail: sid@duke.edu 
Assistant SID: Lindy Brown 

Home: 919-847-0683 

E-Mail: lbrown@duke.edu 
Fax: 919-684-2489 
Press Box Phone: 919-684-2633 
SID Mailing Address: Box 90557, Durham, NC 27708 
Overnight Address: 115 Cameron Indoor Stadium, 

Durham, NC 27708 
Web Site Address: www.goduke.com 

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Cuaching Staff 

Head Coach: Carl Franks, Duke '83 

Career Record: 3-8 (1) 

At Duke: 3-8(1) 

Football Office Phone: 919-684-2635 

Best Time to Reach Coach: Through Football Office 

Weekly Press Conference: Monday 

Assistant Coaches: Ben Bennett, QB; Scott Brown, DL; 
Fred Chatham, RB; Joe D'Alessandris, OL; Joe 
DeForest, OLB; Joe DeLamielleure, TE; Aubrey Hill, 
WR; Brad Sherrod, ILB; Bob Trott, DC/DB. 

Team Infurmatiun 

2999 Record: 3-8 

1999 Conference Record: 3-5 (T-5th) 

1999 Final Rankings: n/a 

Basic Offense: Multiple 

Basic Defense: Combination 3-4 

Lettermen Returning/Lost: 32/21 

Starters Returning/Lost: 11/13 

Honors Candidates 

Troy Andrew, C; Todd DeLamielleure, ILB; Brian Morton, 
P; Spencer Romine, QB; Benjamin Watson, TE. 

Offensive Starters Returning 

Troy Andrew, C; Duane Epperson, TB; Shawn Lynr h, OG; 
John Miller, OG; Kyle Moore, WR; Spencer Romine, 
QB; Wes White, OT. 

Defensive Starters Returning 

Todd DeLamielleure, ILB; Ronnie Hamilton, CB; Kendral 
Knight, OLB. 

Series History 

Series Record: Maryland leads 25-18-0 

Senes at Maryland: Maryland leads 11-6-0 

Series at Duke: Maryland leads 12-9-0 

Neutral: Duke leads 3-2-0 

First Meeting: 1932, Duke, 34-0 

Last Terrapin Win at Maryland: 1997 (16-10) 

Last Terrapin Win at Duke: 1998 (42-25) 

Last Blue Devil Win at Maryland: 1999 (25-22) 

Last Blue Devil Win at Duke: 1994 (49-16) 

Current Series Streak: Duke has won 1 

Maryland's Largest Margin of Victory: 43 (56-13, 1974) 

Duke's Largest Margin of Victory: 50 (50-0, 1941) 



Returning Statistical Leaders 



Rushing 

Duane Epperson, TB 
B.J. Hill, TB 

Passing 

Spencer Romine, QB 

Bobby Campbell, QB 

Receiving 

Ben Erdeljac, WR 

Kyle Moore, WR 



G-GS 

9-4 
8-2 

G-GS 

7-7 
6-2 

G-GS 

9-4 
11-6 



Tackles G-GS 

Todd DeLamielleure, ILB 11-11 

Ronnie Hamilton, CB 11-11 

Josh Kreider, FS 9-0 



Att 

107 

66 

PA 

243 

96 

Rec 

19 
13 

UT 

71 
34 
21 



Yds 

324 
237 

PC 

123 
37 

Yds 
268 
111 

AT 

32 

6 

12 



Avg 
3.0 
3.6 

Pet 
.506 
.385 

Avg 

14.1 

8.5 

TT 

103 

40 

33 



TD 
2 
2 

Yds 

1638 

526 

YPG 
29.8 

10.1 

Int 
1 
1 




TD 

6 
1 

TD 



Sacks 
1 





Int 

13 
6 



TFL 

10 





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Byrd Stadium 
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Carter-Fintey Stadium 




Chuck Amato 



Clayton White 





2000 Schedule 


S2 


Arkansas State 




S9 


at Indiana 




S16 


Southern Methodist 




S21 


Georgia Tech 




07 


at Clemson 




014 


at North Carolina 




028 


Florida State 




N4 


at Maryland 




Nil 


Duke 




N18 


at Virginia 




N25 


Wake Forest 






1999 Results 


A28 


at Texas 


W 23-20 


S4 


South Carolina 


W 10-0 


Sll 


William & Mary 


W 38-9 


S18 


at Florida State 


L 11-42 


S25 


at Wake Forest 


L 7-31 


09 


Clemson 


W 35-31 


016 


Virginia 


L 26-47 


023 


at Duke 


W 31-24 


030 


at Georgia Tech 


L 21-48 


N6 


Maryland 


W 30-17 


Nil 


No. Carolina (at Charlotte) L 6-10 


N20 


at East Carolina 


L 6-23 



General Information 

Location: Raleigh, NC 27695 
Founded: 1887 
Enrollment: 28,011 
Nickname: Wolfpack 
Colors: Red, White 
Stadium: Carter-Finley (51,500) 
Surface: Natural grass 
Conference: Atlantic Coast 
Chancellor: Dr. Marye Anne Fox 
Athletic Director: Les Robinson 

HlSTDRY 

First Year of Football: 1892 

All-Time Bowl Record: 8-9-1 

Years in Postseason Play: 18 

Last Postseason Appearance: 1998 Micronpc.com Bowl 

Result: Lost to Miami, 46-23 

Alt-Time Record: 469-468-55 

Spurts Information 

Football SID: Annabelle Vaughan 

Office: 919-515-2102 

Home: 919-788-0939 

E-Mail: annabelle_vaughan@ncsu.edu 
Assistant SID: Pam Monk 

Home: 919-859-1412 

E-Mail: pam_monk@ncsu.edu 
Assistant SID: Bruce Winkworth 

Home: 919-829-0136 

E-Mail: bruce_winkworth@ncsu.edu 
Fax: 919-515-2898 
Press Box Phone: 919-515-3393 
SID Mailing Address: Box 8501, Room 112, Reynolds 

Coliseum, Raleigh, NC 27695 
Overnight Address: 113 Reynolds Coliseum, Cates Ave., 

Raleigh, NC 27695 
Web Site Address: www.ncsu.edu 

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Cuaching Staff 

Head Coach: Chuck Amato, NC State '69 

Career Record: First Year 

At NCSU: First Year 

Football Office Phone: 919-515-2114 

Best Time to Reach Coach: Through SID 

Weekly Press Conference: Monday 

Assistant Coaches: Doc Holliday, AHC/WR; Norm Chow, 
OC/QB; Buddy Green, DC/DB; Dick Portee, RB; Curt 
Cignetti, TE; Marty Galbraith, OL; Gary Godette, DL; 
Joe Pate, LB; Chris Demarest, DB. 

Team Information 

1999 Record: 6-6 

1999 Conference Record: 3-5 (T-5th) 

1999 Final Rankings: n/a 

Basic Offense: Multiple 

Basic Defense: 4-3 

Lettermen Returning/Lost: 38/18 

Starters Returning/Lost: 15/9 

Hunurs Candidates 

Ray Robinson, TB. 

Offensive Starters Returning 

Koren Robinson, WR; Jarvis Borum, OT; Andy Vanderveer, 
TE; Derek Roberts, FB; Alex Rice, OG. 

Defensive Starters Returning 

Jeff Fisher, DT; Nate Goodson, DT; William Pannell, OLB; 
Levar Fisher, OLB; Clayton White, OLB; Dantonio 
Burnette, MLB; Edrick Smith, MLB; Adrian Wilson, 
SS; Brian Williams, FS. 

Series History 

Serie5 Record: NC State leads 28-24-4 
Series at Maryland: Maryland leads 12-11-2 
Series at NC State: NC State leads 15-12-1 
Neutral: NC State leads 2-0-1 
First Meeting: 1909, NC State, 33-0 
Last Terrapin Win at Maryland: 1990 (13-12) 
Last Terrapin Win at NC State: 1995 (30-13) 
Last Wolfpack Win at Maryland: 1998 (35-21) 
Last Wolfpack Win at NC State: 1999 (30-17) 



Returning Statistical Leaders 



Rushing 

Ray Robinson, TB 
K.J. Stone, TB 

Passing 

Jatavis Sanders, QB 

Receiving 

Koren Robinson, WR 
Bryan Peterson, WR 



G-GS 

10-4 
6-1 

G-GS 

5-0 

G-GS 

11-6 
12-4 



Tackles G-GS 

Brian Williams, FS 12-12 

Dantonio Burnette, MLB 12-11 



Att 

112 
21 

PA 

17 

Rec 

48 
21 

UT 

73 
56 



Yds 

438 
81 

PC 

9 

Yds 

853 
274 

AT 

58 
57 



Avg 
3.9 
3.9 

Pet 

.529 

Avg 
17.8 
11.9 

TT 

131 
123 



TD 
3 



Yds 

165 

YPG 

77.5 
22.8 

Int 
2 





TD 

1 

TD 
2 

1 

Sacks 


3.5 



Int 





TFL 
5 
9 



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North Carolina Tar Heels 




November 11. 2000 

Kenan Memorial Stadiom 

Chapel Hill, N.C. 




Kenan Memorial Stadium 




Carl Torbush 



Brandon Spoon 





2000 Schedule 


S2 


Tulsa 




S9 


at Wake Forest 




S16 


at Florida State 




S23 


Marshall 




S30 


Georgia Tech 




014 


NC State 




021 


Clemson 




028 


at Virginia 




N4 


at Pittsburgh 




Nil 


Maryland 




N18 


at Duke 






1999 Results 


S4 


Virginia 


L 17-20 


Sll 


at Indiana 


W 42-30 


S25 


Florida State 


L 10-42 


02 


at Clemson 


L 20-31 


09 


at Georgia Tech 


L 24-31 


016 


Houston 


L 12-20 


023 


at Maryland 


L 7-45 


030 


Furman 


L 3-28 


N6 


Wake Forest 


L 3-19 


Nil 


NC State (at Charlotte) 


W 10-6 


N20 


Duke 


W 38-0 



General Information 

Location: Chapel Hill, NC 27515 
Founded: 1789 
Enrollment: 24,255 
Nickname: Tar Heels 
Colors: Carolina Blue, White 
Stadium: Kenan Memorial (60,000) 
Surface: Natural grass 
Conference: Atlantic Coast 
Chancellor: James Moeser 
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 

All-Time Record: 594-420-54 

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, NC 

27515 
Overnight Address: 2nd Floor, Dean Smith Center, Skip- 
per Bowles Drive, Chapel Hill, NC 27515 
Web Site Address: www.tarheelblue.com 

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Coaching Staff 

Head Coach: Carl Torbush, Carson-Newman '74 

Career Record: 14-21 (3) 

AtUNC: 11-13 (2) 

Football Office Phone: 919-966-2575 

Best Time to Reach Coach: Sunday or Tuesday 

Weekly Press Conference: Tuesday 

Assistant Coaches: Gunter Brewer, WR; Ken Browning, 
DC/DT; Robbie Caldwell, OL; Ron Case, DB; Terry 
Lewis, TE; Darrell Moody, RB; Mike O'Cain, OC/QB; 
Ken Rucker, LB/ST; Donnie Thompson, AHC/DE. 

Team Information 

1999 Record: 3-8 

1999 Conference Record: 2-6 (T-8th) 

1 999 Final Rankings: n/a 

Basic Offense: Multiple I 

Basic Defense: Multile 4-3 

Lettermen Returning/Lost: 47/16 

Starters Returning/Lost: 15/9 

Honors Candidates 

Ronald Curry, QB; Alge Crumpler, TE; Julius Peppers, 
DE; Brandon Spoon, LB; Sedrick Hodge, LB; Merceda 
Perry, LB; Errol Hood, CB; Billy-Dee Greenwood, S. 

Offensive Starters Returning 

Ronald Curry, QB; Anthony Saunders, TB; Alge Crumpler, 
TE; Kory Bailey, WR. 

Defensive Starters Returning 

Julius Peppers, DE; Ryan Sims, DT; Ross McAllister, DE; 
Brandon Spoon, LB; Merceda Perry, LB; Sedrick 
Hodge, LB; Anthony Anderson, CB; David Bomar, S; 
Billy-Dee Greenwood, S; Errol Hood, CB. 

Series History 

Series Record: North Carolina leads 34-27-1 

Series at Maryland: Maryland leads 14-12-0 

Series at UNC: North Carolina leads 18-12-1 

Neutral: North Carolina leads 4-1-0 

First Meeting: 1920, Maryland, 13-0 

Last Terrapin Win at Maryland: 1999 (45-7) 

Last Terrapin Win at North Carolina: 1988 (41-38) 

Last Tar Heel Win at Maryland: 1997 (40-14) 

Last Tar Heel Win at North Carolina: 1998 (24-13) 

Current Series Streak: Maryland has won 1 

Maryland's Largest Margin of Victory: 38 (38-0, 1989; 

45-7, 1999) 
UNC's Largest Margin of Victory: 43 (43-0, 1929) 



Returning Statistical Leaders 



Rushing G-GS Att Yds Avg TD 

Daniel Davis, TB 8-2 69 303 4.4 2 

Anthony Saunders, TB 9-4 75 297 4.0 1 

Rufus Brown, TB 7-3 74 275 3.7 1 

Passing G-GS PA PC Pet Yds TD Int 

Ronald Curry, QB 5-3 110 54 .491 682 

Receiving G-GS Rec Yds Avg YPG TD 

Kory Bailey, WR 11-5 25 418 16.7 38.0 

Alge Crumpler, TE 11-11 20 191 9.6 17.4 

Tackles G-GS UT AT TT Int Sacks 

Billy-Dee Greenwood, S 11-11 69 49 118 1 

Merceda Perry, LB 10-7 53 30 83 14 



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November 18, 2000 

Byro Stadium 
College Park, Mo. 




Bobby Dodd Stadium 




George O'Leary 



Matt Miller 





2000 Schedule 


A27 


at Virginia Tech 






S2 


Central Florida 






S9 


Florida State 






S16 


Navy 






S21 


at NC State 






S30 


at North Carolina 






014 


Wake Forest 






021 


Duke 






028 


at Clemson 






N9 


Virginia 






N18 


at Maryland 






N25 


at Georgia 








1999 Results 




S4 


at Navy 


W 


49-14 


Sll 


at Florida State 


L 


35-41 


S18 


Central Florida 


W 


41-10 


S30 


Maryland 


W 


49-31 


09 


North Carolina 


w 


31-24 


016 


at Duke 


w 


38-31 


030 


NC State 


w 


48-21 


N6 


at Virginia 


L 


38-45 


N13 


Clemson 


w 


45-42 


N20 


at Wake Forest 


L 


23-26 


N27 


Georgia 
Gator Bowl 


w 


51-48 


Jl 


Miami 


L 


13-28 



General Information 

Location: Atlanta, GA 30332 
Founded: 1885 
Enrollment: 13,000 
Nickname: Yellow Jackets 
Colors: Old Gold, White 
Stadium: Bobby Dodd (46,000) 
Surface: Natural grass 
Conference: Atlantic Coast 
President: Dr. G. Wayne Clough 
Athletic Director: Dave Fjraine 

History 

First Year of Football: 1892 

All-Time Bowl Record: 19-9 

Years in Postseason Play: 28 

Last Postseason Appearance: 2000 Gator Bowl 

Result: Lost to Miami, 28-13 

All-Time Record: 592-401-43 

Sports Information 

SID: Mike Stamus 

Office: 404-894-5445 

Home: 770-951-1939 

E-Mail: mstamus@at.gtaa.gatech.edu 
Football/Associate SID: Allison George 

Home: 678-595-7728 

E-Mail: ageorge@at.gtaa.gatech.edu 
Assistant SID: Melissa Jenkins 

Home: 404-603-9953 

E-Mail: mjenkins@at.gtaa.gatech.edu 
Assistant SID: Chris Capo 

Home: 678-612-4518 

E-Mail: ccapo@at.gtaa.gatech.edu 
Fax: 404-894-1248 
Press Box Phone: 404-894-1204 
SID Mailing Address: 150 Bobby Dodd Way, NW, Atlanta, 

6A 30332 
Overnight Address: Same 
Web Site Address: www.ramblinwreck.com 

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Coaching Staff 

Head Coach: George O'Leary, New Hampshire '68 

Career Record: 36-25 (5) 

At Georgia Tech: 36-25 (5) 

Football Office Phone: 404-894-5420 

Best Time to Reach Coach: Wed (1-2:30), Thu (11-2) 

Weekly Press Conference: Tuesday 

Assistant Coaches: Danny Crossman, ST/DE; Ralph 

Friedgen, QB/OC; Paul Ferraro, DB; David Kelly, WR; 

Mac McWhorter, OL; Bill O'Brien, RB; Ted Roof, DC; 

Dave Sollazzo, DL; Eddie Wilson, TE. 

Team Information 

1999 Record: 8-4 

1999 Conference Record: 5-3 (T-2nd) 

1999 Final Rankings: AP (21st), USA Today/ESPN (20th) 

Basic Offense: Multiple 

Basic Defense: Multiple 

Lettermen Returning/Lost: 38/17 

Starters Returning/Lost: 16/8 

Honors Candidates 

Chris Brown, T; Kelly Campbell, FL; Chris Young, SS; 
Brent Key, G; Joe Burns, TB; Greg Gathers, DE; Dan 
Dyke, P; Luke Manget, PK. 

Offensive Starters Returning 

Chris Brown, T; Joe Burns, TB; Kelly Campbell, FL; Sean 
Gregory, TB; Brent Key, G; Ed Wilder, FB. 

Defensive Starters Returning 

Jamara Clark, CB; Greg Gathers, DE; Felipe Claybrooks, 
DE; Guenter Kryszon, DT; Matt Miller, LB; Ross 
Mitchell, LB; Jeremy Muyres, FS; Merrix Watson, DT; 
Recardo Wimbush, LB; Chris Young, SS. 

Series History 

Series Record: Georgia Tech 9-3 

Series at Maryland: Maryland leads 3-2 

Series at Georgia Tech: Georgia Tech leads 6-0 

Neutral: Georgia Tech leads 1-0 

First Meeting: 1988, Maryland 13-8 

Last Terrapin Win at Maryland: 1996 (13-10) 

Last Terrapin Win at Georgia Tech: None 

Last Yellow Jacket Win at Maryland: 1998 (31-14) 

Last Yellow Jacket Win at Georgia Tech: 1999 (49-31) 

Current Series Streak: Georgia Tech has won 3 

Maryland's Largest Margin of Victory: 35 (42-7, 1994) 

Georgia Tech's Largest Margin of Victory: 38 (38-0, 1993) 



Returning Statistical Leaders 



Rushing G-GS 

Sean Gregory, TB 11-6 
Joe Burns, TB ('98 stats) 11-2 

Passing G-GS 

George Godsey, QB 6-0 

Receiving G-GS 

Kelly Campbell, FL 11-11 

Kerry Watkins, FL 10-0 

Tackles G-GS 

Recardo Wimbush, LB 11-11 

Chris Young, SS 11-11 

Greg Gathers, DE 11-11 



Att Yds 

172 837 

98 474 



PA 

13 

Rec 

69 
33 

UT 

53 
61 
52 



PC 

5 

Yds 

1105 
476 

AT 

38 
28 
19 



Avg 
4.9 
4.8 

Pet 
.385 

Avg 

16.0 
14.4 

TT 
91 
89 
71 



TD 

13 

5 

Yds 
57 

YPG 
100.5 

47.6 



TD 



TD 

10 

6 



Int 

1 



Int Sacks 

1 

1 

7 



TFL 

4 
3 

11 



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2000 Composite Schedule 





Marviand 


Tl Mil I 


VI Virginia 


Minimi Tenn. 


Fiorioa State 


Virginia 


ClEMSON 


Wake Forest 


m 

Duke 


NC State 


N. Carolina 


C«. Tech 


Aug. 
26 










vs. 

BYU (at 

Jacksonville) 














at Virginia 

Tech 
(Aug. 27) 


Sept. 
2 




at Navy 


BOSTON 
COLLEGE 


at 
Illinois 




BRIGHAM 
YOUNG 


THE 
CITADEL 


APPALACHIAN 

STATE 

(Aug. 31) 


EAST 
CAROLINA 


ARKANSAS 
STATE 


TULSA 


CENTRAL 
FLORIDA 


Sept. 
9 


TEMPLE 


at 
Maryland 




at 
Florida 


at 

Georgia 

Tech 


RICHMOND 


MISSOURI 


NORTH 
CAROLINA 


at 
Northwestern 


at 
Indiana 


at 
Wake 
Forest 


FLORIDA 
STATE 


Sept. 
16 


at 

West 
Virginia 


BOWLING 
GREEN 


MARYLAND 


MURRAY 
STATE 


NORTH 
CAROLINA 


at 
Duke 


WAKE 
FOREST 


Clemson 


VIRGINIA 


SOUTHERN 
METHODIST 


at 
Florida 
State 


NAVY 


Sept. 
23 


MIDDLE 

TENNESSEE 

STATE 


EASTERN 
MICHIGAN 


MIAMI 
(Flo-) 


at 
Maryland 


LOUISVILLE 


CLEMSON 


at 
Virginia 




at 
Vanderbilt 


GEORGIA 

TECH 
(Sept. 21) 


MARSHALL 


at 
NC State 
(Sept. 21) 


Sept. 
30 


FLORIDA 

STATE 
(Sept. 28) 


WEST 
VIRGINIA 
(Sept. 28) 


at 

Temple 

(Sept. 28) 




at 
Maryland 
(Sept. 28) 


at 
Wake 
Forest 


at 
Duke 


VIRGINIA 


CLEMSON 




GEORGIA 
TECH 


at 

North 

Carolina 


Oct. 

7 


at 
Virginia 


at 

Virginia 

Tech 


IDAHO 


LOUISIANA 
TECH 


at 
Miami 


MARYLAND 


NC STATE 


VANDERBILT 




at 
Clemson 






Oct. 
14 


at 
Clemson 


at 
Rutgers 


at Virginia 

Tech 
(Oct. 12) 


LOUISIANA- 
MONROE 


DUKE 




MARYLAND 


at 

Georgia 

Tech 


at 
Florida 
State 


at 

North 

Carolina 


NC STATE 


WAKE 
FOREST 


Oct. 
21 


WAKE 
FOREST 


MIAMI 

(no.) 


NOTRE 
DAME 


at 
Alabama- 
Birmingham 


VIRGINIA 


at 
Florida 
State 


at 

North 

Carolina 


at 
Maryland 


at 
Georgia 

Tech 




CLEMSON 


DUKE 


Oct. 
28 


at 
Duke 






at 

Mississippi 

State 


at 
NC State 


NORTH 
CAROUNA 


GEORGIA 
TECH 




MARYLAND 


FLORIDA 
STATE 


at 
Virginia 


at 
Clemson 


Nov. 
4 


NC STATE 


Boston 
College 


SYRACUSE 


Connecticut 


CLEMSON 




at 
Florida 
State 


DUKE 


Forest 


at 
Maryland 


Pittsburgh 




Nov. 
11 


at 

North 

Carolina 


SYRACUSE 


at 
Rutgers 


SOUTH 
FLORIDA 


at 
Wake 
Forest 


at 

Georgia Tech 

(Nov. 9) 




FLORIDA 
STATE 


at 
NC State 


DUKE 


MARYLAND 


VIRGINIA 
(Nov. 9) 


Nov. 
18 


GEORGIA 
TECH 


PITTSBURGH 


EAST 
CAROLINA 


LOUISIANA- 
LAFAYETTE 


FLORIDA 


NC STATE 


SOUTH 
CAROUNA 


at 


NORTH 
CAROUNA 


at 
Virginia 


at 
Duke 


at 
Maryland 


Nov. 
25 






at 
Pittsburgh 
(Nov. 24) 






at 

Virginia 

Tech 




at 
NC State 




WAKE 
FOREST 




at 
Georgia 



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2000 Bowl Championship Series 



Starting in 1999, the Bowl Championship Series (BCS) determined the 
Division I-A national champion in football. Last year, Florida State defeated Vir- 
ginia Tech in the Sugar Bowl to claim the national title. Two years ago, Tennessee 
was crowned national champ after beating the Seminoles in the Fiesta Bowl. 

The BCS Series consists of the Rose, Sugar, Orange and Fiesta bowls. The 
conferences with automatic berths include the Atlantic Coast, Big East, Big Ten, 
Big 12, Pac-10 and Southeastern conferences. 

The Bowl Championship Series differs from the original Bowl Alliance in 
that it guarantees a matchup between college football's top two teams in a true 
national championship game on a yearly basis. 

ABC-TV has the broadcast rights to each of the four bowl games during the 
four-year contract. 



ACC's Swofford Named Coordinator of BCS 



Atlantic Coast Conference Commissioner John 
Swofford assumed the duties of Coordinator of the Bowl 
Championship Series for the 2000 college football season. 
The BCS standings will be compiled and released during 
the 2000 season through the offices of the National Foot- 
ball Foundation, headquartered in Morristown, N.J. The 
first installment of the BCS standings will be released on 
Oct. 23 and will be calculated each Monday until the final 
BCS standings are completed on Sunday, Dec. 3. 




John Swofford 



2000 College Football Bowl Lineup 



Date 


Bowl 


Participants 


Kickoff 


TV 


Dec. 20 


Mobile Alabama 


Conference USA vs. WAC 


8:00 p.m. 


ESPN2 


Dec. 21 


Las Vegas 


Mountain West vs. At-Large 


8:00 p.m. 


ESPN2 


Dec. 24 


Jeep Aloha Classic (O'ahu) 


Pac-10 vs. ACC or Big East 


8:30 p.m. 


ESPN 


Dec. 25 


Jeep Aloha Classic (Aloha) 


Pac-10 vs. ACC or Big East 


3:30 p.m. 


ABC 


Dec. 27 


Motor City 


Mid-American vs. At-Large 


4:00 p.m. 


ESPN 


Dec. 27 


Galleryfurniture.com 


Big 12 vs. Conference USA 


8:00 p.m. 


ESPN2 


Dec. 28 


Crucial.com Humanitarian 


WAC vs. Big West 


1:30 p.m. 


ESPN2 


Dec. 28 


HomePoint.com Music City 


Big East vs. SEC 


4:00 p.m. 


ESPN 


Dec. 28 


MicronPC.com 


ACC vs. Big Ten 


7:00 p.m. 


TBS 


Dec. 28 


Insight.com 


Big 12 vs. Big East or Notre Dame 


7:30 p.m. 


ESPN 


Dec. 29 


AXA Liberty 


Conference USA vs. Mountain West 


1:30 p.m. 


ESPN 


Dec. 29 


Wells Fargo Sun 


Pac-10 vs. Big Ten 


2:30 p.m. 


CBS 


Dec. 29 


Chick-Fil-A Peach 


ACC vs. SEC 


5:00 p.m. 


ESPN 


Dec. 29 


Culligan Holiday 


Big 12 vs. Pac-10 


8:30 p.m. 


ESPN 


Dec. 30 


SYLVANIA Alamo 


Big Ten vs. Big 12 


8:00 p.m. 


ESPN 


Dec. 31 


Silicon Valley Classic 


WAC vs. At-Large 


6:30 p.m. 


FOX 


Dec. 31 


Sanford Independence 


Big 12 vs. SEC 


8:00 p.m. 


ESPN 


Jan. 1 


Outback 


Big Ten vs. SEC 


11:00 a.m. 


ESPN 


Jan. 1 


Southwestern Bell Cotton 


Big 12 vs. SEC 


11:00 a.m. 


FOX 


Jan. 1 


Toyota Gator 


ACC vs. Big East or Notre Dame 


12:30 p.m. 


NBC 


Jan. 1 


Ourhouse.com Florida Citrus 


Big Ten vs. SEC 


1:00 p.m. 


ABC 


Jan. 1 


Rose presented by AT&T 


BCS (Big Ten) vs. BCS (Pac-10) 


5:00 p.m. 


ABC 


Jan. 1 


Tostitos Fiesta 


BCS (Big 12) vs. BCS (At-Large) 


8:00 p.m. 


ABC 


Jan. 2 


Nokia Sugar 


BCS (SEC) vs. BCS (At-Large) 


8:00 p.m. 


ABC 


Jan. 3 


FedEx Orange 


BCS#1 vs. BCS #2 


8:00 p.m. 


ABC 


Bolded bowls may include ACC teams. All times are Eastern and subject to change. 








Maryland Travel Itinerary 



West Virginia 

Sept. 15: Depart via chartered bus to Morgantown, W. Va., TBA. 

Sept. 16: Depart via chartered bus to College Park immediately following game. 

Headquarters: Holiday Inn-Fairmont, 930 E. Grafton Rd., Fairmont, W, Va., 26554 

Phone: 304-366-5500 

Fax: 304-363-3975 

Virginia 

Oct. 6: Depart via chartered bus to Charlottesville, Va., TBA. 

Oct. 7: Depart via chartered bus to College Park immediately following game. 

Headquarters: Doubletree Hotel, 9900 Hilton Heights Rd., Charlottesville, Va., 22901 

Phone:804-973-2121 

Fax: 804-978-7735 

Clemson 

Oct. 13: Depart BWI via chartered aircraft to Greenville/Spartanburg Airport, TBA. 
Oct. 14: Depart Greenville/Spartanburg Airport via chartered aircraft to BWI 

immediately following game. 
Headquarters: Marriott Hotel, Greenville/Spartanburg Airport, One Parkway East, 
Greenville, S.C., 29615 

Phone: 864-297-0300 
Fax: 864-281-0801 



Duke 

Oct. 27: Depart BWI via chartered aircraft to Raleigh/Durham Airport, TBA. 
Oct. 28: Depart Raleigh/Durham Airport via chartered aircraft to BWI 

immediately following game. 
Headquarters: Holiday Inn-Raleigh/Durham Airport, 4810 Old Page Rd., 
Research Triangle Park, N.C., 27709 
Phone: 919-941-6000 
Fax: 919-941-6030 

North Carolina 

Nov. 10: Depart BWI via chartered aircraft to Raleigh/Durham Airport, TBA. 
Nov. 11: Depart Raleigh/Durham Airport via chartered aircraft to BWI immedi- 
ately following game. 

Headquarters: Holiday Inn-Raleigh/Durham Airport, 4810 Old Page Rd., Re- 
search Triangle Park, N.C., 27709 

Phone: 919-941-6000 

Fax: 919-941-6030 



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Conference 




Tern Tidbits 

► A charter member of the 
Atlantic Coast Conference, 
the Terps kick off their 
48th ACC season in 2000. 



► Maryland earned three 
first team All acc 
selections in 1999. the 
most by the Terrapins 
since 1986. 

► The Terps were the 
ACC s leading rushing 
team in 1999, and 
according to a pair of 
preseason publications, 
Maryland kickers and 
special teams units are 
the acc s best, also. 



Atlantic Coast Conference 100 

1999 ACC Football Review 101 

Standings 101 

Honors 101 

All-ACC Teams 101 

Bowl Results 101 

Final Polls 101 

Team Statistics 102 

Individual Leaders 103 

Players of the Week 104 



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The Atlantic Coast Conference 




John Swofford, 
ACC Commissioner 



2f& 



The Tradition 

Consistency. It's the mark of true excellence in any endeavor. 

However, in today's intercollegiate athletics, competition has become so balanced and 

so competitive that it is virtually impossible to maintain a high level of consistency. 
Yet the Atlantic Coast Conference has defied the odds. Now in its 48th 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 conjecture, 
the numbers support it. 

Since the league's inception in 1953, ACC schools have 
captured 79 national championships, including 39 in men's 
competition and 40 in women's. In addition, 119 men and 
29 women have earned the coveted title of NCAA champion. 
The conference had an immediate impact on the na- 
tional college football scene in the fall of 1953 when the 
University of Maryland captured the first of what would even- 
tually be five national football titles for the ACC. Clemson 
laid claim to the league's second national title in 1981 while 
Georgia Tech followed suit 
in 1990. Florida State 
pocketed national titles 

No. 4 and 5 in 1994 and 1999. 

The nine schools that take to the field this fall 

under the ACC banner have produced 360 first or sec- 
ond team gridiron All-Americas and 52 first-team aca- 
demic All-Americas. ACC teams have had 1,464 play- 
ers selected in the annual professional football draft, 

including 105 first round selections. A year ago an 

all-time high 194 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 83- 

73-5 (.531) in post-season play, including a 26-22-1 

mark since 1987. Since 1990, the ACC is one of only 

four conferences to have each of its schools play in a 

bowl game. 

Georgia Tech and Florida State rank among the 

nation's winningest bowl teams. Among teams with 

20-or-more bowl appearances, the Yellow Jackets are 

No. 1 with a 19-9 (.679) postseason record while the 

Seminoles are third at 17-9-2 (.630). 

In the decade of the 1990s, ACC teams posted 

the nation's second best non-conference record. In- 
cluding both postseason and regular season games, 

ACC teams were 223-117-4 (.654) versus non-league 

foes since 1990. 

This past year the ACC had six consensus All- 

Americans and over the past three years the league 

has produced more consensus All-Americans (17) than 

any other conference. Since 1997, the ACC has had 

more first round draft picks (23) in the annual NFL 

draft than any other conference except the 12-team 

Southeastern Conference. 



1999-2000 in Review 

The 1999-2000 academic year concluded with 
the league pocketing four more national team titles 
and five individual NCAA crowns. In all, the ACC has 
won 36 national team titles in the last ten years. 

The ACC's 1999-2000 national champions were 
Maryland in field hockey and women's lacrosse, North 
Carolina in women's soccer and Florida State in foot- 
ball. Overall, ACC teams posted a 62-46 (.574) mark 
in NCAA Tournament play. 

The ACC placed at least one team in the Top 10 



ACC Member Schools 



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MMw S 4512 Weybridge Lane 

^T^S*^"*- Greensboro, NC 27407 

ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE 

Phone 336-851-6062 ACC Media Relations Staff 

Media Relations Fax 336-854-8797 Brian Morrison Director 

336-547-6261 Amy Moore ... Asst. Director 

Administrative Fax . 336-316-6097 Barb Dery Secretary 

E-Mail bmorrison@theacc.org 

Web Address theacc.org 

nationally in 19 of the 25 sports sponsored by the league. Other records of note during 
the 1999-2000 season include 90 teams competing at NCAA Championships, five bowl 
teams and 34 Top 10 showings. 

Fourteen ACC teams, in ten different sports, 
representing seven of the nine member institu- 
tions, earned a No. 1 ranking during the course of 
the past academic year. 

The ACC Academic Honor Roll record was 
broken for the 13th-straight year in 1998-99 as 
1,631 student-athletes were recognized for their 
work in the classroom. 



Clemson — Charter member of the 
SIAA in 1894, charter member of the 
SC in 1921, charter member of the 
ACC in 1953. 




Duke — Joined the SC in December, 1928; Iwl»yB 
chartei member of the ACC in 1953. ^fesSi 

Florida State — - Charter member of 
the Dixie Conference in 1948, joined 
the Metro Conference in July, 1976; 
joined the ACC Sept. 15, 1990. 

Georgia Tech — Charter member of 
the SIAA in 1894, charter member of 
SC in 1921, charter member of the SEC 
in 1932, joined the ACC in July, 1979. 

Maryland — Charter member of the SC 
n 1921, charter member of the ACC in 
1953. 

North Carolina — Charter member of 
the SIAA in 1894, charter member of 
the SC in 1921, charter member of the 
ACC in 1953. 

NC State — Charter member of the SC 
in 1921, charter member of the ACC in 
1953. 







Virginia — Charter member of the vr jj 

SIAA in 1894, charter member of the . Vy 
SC in 1921, resigned from SC in ^=*<£lT 

December 1936, joined the ACC in 
December, 1953. 



Wake Forest — Joined the SC in 
February 1936, charter member of the 
ACC in 1953. 




The Championships 

The conference will conduct championship 
competition in 25 sports during the 2000-01 aca- 
demic year - 12 for men and 13 for women. 

The first ACC championship was held in 
swimming on February 25, 1954 at NC State. The 
conference did not conduct championships in cross 
country, wrestling or tennis during the first year. 

The 12 sports for men include football, cross 
country, soccer, basketball, swimming, indoor and 
outdoor track, wrestling, baseball, tennis, golf and 
lacrosse. Fencing, which was started in 1971, 
was discontinued in 1981. 

Women's sports were initiated in 1977 with 
the first championship meet being held in tennis 
at Wake Forest University. Championships for 
women are currently conducted in cross country, 
volleyball, field hockey, soccer, basketball, swim- 
ming, indoor and outdoor track, tennis, golf, la- 
crosse, softball and rowing. 

A History 

The Atlantic Coast Conference was founded 
on May 8, 1953, at the Sedgefield Inn near Greens- 
boro, N.C., with seven charter members - Clemson, 
Duke, Maryland, North Carolina, North Carolina 
State, South Carolina and Wake Forest - drawing 
up the conference by-laws. 

The withdrawal of seven schools from the 
Southern Conference came early on the morning 
of May 8, 1953, during the Southern Conference's 
annual spring meeting. On June 14, 1953, the 
seven members met in Raleigh, N.C., where a set 
of bylaws was adopted and the name became of- 
ficially the Atlantic Coast Conference. 

On December 4, 1953, conference officials 
met again at Sedgefield and officially admitted 
the University of Virginia. The first, and only, 
withdrawal of a school from the ACC came on June 
30, 1971 when the University of South Carolina 
tendered its resignation. 



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Team 

Florida State 
Georgia Tech 
Virginia 
Clemson 
Wake Forest 
NC State 
Duke 

Maryland 
North Carolina 



W 
8 
5 
5 
5 
3 
3 
3 
2 
2 



For 

310 
307 
222 
262 
145 
167 
182 
202 
129 



ACC Games 
Opp 

123 
261 
210 
171 
178 
250 
290 
250 
194 



Hm 

4-0 
4-0 
2-2 
3-1 
2-2 
2-1 
1-2 
1-3 
1-3 



Rd 

3-0 
1-3 
3-1 
2-2 
1-3 
1-3 
2-2 
1-3 
0-3 



Nu 
1-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-1 
0-1 
0-0 
1-0 



w 

12 
8 
7 
6 
7 
6 
3 
5 
3 



For 

458 
461 
345 
322 
266 
244 
217 
292 
186 



Overall 
Opp 

203 
361 
365 
253 
209 
302 
363 
260 
272 



Hm 
6-0 
6-0 
3-3 
3-2 
4-2 
4-1 
1-4 
3-3 
1-5 



Rd 

4-0 
2-3 
4-1 
3-3 
2-3 
2-4 
2-3 
2-3 
1-3 



Nu 

2-0 
0-1 
0-1 
0-1 
1-0 
0-1 
0-1 
0-0 
1-0 



Streak 

Won 12 
Lost 1 
Lost 1 
Lost 1 
Won 2 
Lost 2 
Lost 1 
Lost 4 
Won 2 



ACC 

Special Honors 



Player of the Year: Joe Hamilton, Georgia Tech 
Defensive Player of the Year: Keith Adams, 

Clemson 
Offensive Player of the Year: Joe Hamilton, 

Georgia Tech 
Rookie of the Year: Koren Robinson, NC State 
Coach of the Year: Tommy Bowden, Clemson 
Jacobs Blocking Trophy (outstanding offensive 

lineman): John St. Clair, Virginia 
Brian Piccolo Award (courageous): Chris Weinke, 

Florida State 
Jim Tatum Award (top senior student-athlete): 

Noel LaMontagne, Virginia 



ACC Bowl Game Results 

Aloha Bowl (Dec. 25) at Honolulu 

Wake Forest 23, Arizona State 3 



MicronPC.com Bowl (Dec. 30) at Miami 
Illinois 63, Virginia 21 

Peach Bowl (Dec. 30) at Atlanta 

Mississippi State 17, Clemson 7 

Gator Bowl (Jan. 1) at Jacksonville 

Miami 28, Georgia Tech 13 

Sugar Bowl (Jan. 4) at New Orleans 
Florida State 46, Virginia Tech 29 

ACC Teams In Final Polls 

Associated Press Poll 

Florida State 1 

Georgia Tech 20 

USA Today/ESPN Poll 
Florida State 1 

Georgia Tech 21 



ACC First 
Team Offense 

QB Joe Hamilton, Sr., Georgia Tech 

RB Thomas Jones, Sr., Virginia 

RB LaMont Jordan, Jr., Maryland 

WR Peter Warrick, Sr., Florida State 

WR Kelly Campbell, So., Georgia Tech 

TE Alge Crumpler, Jr., North Carolina 

T Jon Carman, Sr., Georgia Tech 

T Tarlos Thomas, Jr., Florida State 

G Noel LaMontagne, Sr., Virginia 

G Jason Whitaker, Sr., Florida State 

C John St. Clair, Sr., Virginia 

PK Sebastian Janikowski, Jr., Florida State 



ACC Second 
Team Offense 

QB Chris Weinke, Jr., Florida State 

RB Morgan Kane, Sr., Wake Forest 

RB Travis Minor, Jr., Florida State 

WR Rod Garner, Jr., Clemson 

WR Dez White, Jr., Georgia Tech 

TE John Waerig, Sr., Maryland 

OT Brad Messina, Sr., Maryland 

OT Brett Williams, Fr., Florida State 

OG Jason Burks, Sr., Georgia Tech 

OG Jamie Wu, Sr., Maryland 

OC Eric Thomas, Sr., Florida State 

PK Sims Lenhardt, Sr., Duke 



ACC First 
Team Defense 

DL Corey Simon, Sr., Florida State 

DL Jerry Johnson, Sr., Florida State 

DL Delbert Cowsette, Sr., Maryland 

DL Chris Combs, Sr., Duke 

LB Keith Adams, So., Clemson 

LB Dustin Lyman, Sr., Wake Forest 

LB Tommy Polley, Jr., Florida State 

DB Robert Carswell, Jr., Clemson 

DB Mario Edwards, Sr., Florida State 

DB Lloyd Harrison, Sr., NC State 

DB Lewis Sanders, Jr., Maryland 

P Brian Schmitz, Sr., North Carolina 

SP Peter Warrick, Sr., Florida State 

ACC Second 
Team Defense 

DL Fred Robbins, Sr., Wake Forest 

DL Jamal Reynolds, Jr., Florida State 

DL Bryan Ray, Jr., Wake Forest 

DL Terry Jolly, Jr., Clemson 

LB Brian Allen, Jr., Florida State 

LB Shannon Taylor, Jr., Virginia 

LB Bryon Thweatt, Jr., Virginia 

DB Derrick Gibson, Jr., Florida State 

DB Dextra Polite, Sr., Clemson 

DB Tony Scott, Sr., NC State 

DB Travares Tillman, Sr., Georgia Tech 

P Brian Morton, Jr., Duke 

SP Scottie Montgomery, Sr., Duke 




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First Downs 


1 

Scoring Defense 


School Rank G PLYS YDS PP 


TD 


PG 


School Off: R-P-PEN Tot. Def: R-P-PEN Tot. 


School Rank G TD KXP OXP FG SF PTS AVG 


Georgia Tech (1) 11 822 5599 6.8 


58 


509.0 


Clemson 101-115-23 238 92-102-23 217 


Florida St. (10) 11 20 19 1110 174 15.8 


Florida State (12) 11 820 4683 5.7 


44 


425.7 


Duke 53-119-12 184 110-109-16 235 


W. Forest (18) 11 24 20 2 12 1 206 18.7 


Clemson (36) 11 830 4440 5.4 


40 


403.6 


Florida State 92-147-22 262 60- 96-31 187 


Clemson (33) 11 28 24 1 14 236 21.5 


Virginia (38) 11 784 4427 5.7 


41 


402.5 


Georgia Tech 142-132-13 287 108-116-20 244 


Maryland (46) 11 34 33 17 260 23.6 


Maryland (54) 11 732 4125 5.6 


31 


375.0 


Maryland 104- 61-14 179 88-118- 9 215 


N. Carolina (52) 11 33 32 14 272 24.7 


NC State (86) 12 795 3898 4.9 


28 


324.8 


North Carolina 87- 69-17 173 112- 87-20 219 


NC State (56) 11 35 31 2 19 302 25.2 


Wake Forest (91) 11 776 3488 4.5 


26 


317.1 


NC State 76-114-24 214 118-108-15 241 


Virginia (77) 11 40 33 19 302 27.5 


Duke (95) 11 787 3394 4.3 


24 


308.6 


Virginia 125-104-11 240 100-101-17 218 


Ga. Tech (93) 11 41 40 1 15 333 30.3 


N. Carolina (106) 11 752 3043 4.1 


17 


276.6 


Wake Forest 106- 68-18 192 76- 98-16 190 


Duke (101) 11 43 40 21 1 363 33.0 


Rushing Offense 






Net Punting 


3rd Down Offense/Defense 


School Rank G ATT YDS PC 


TD 


YDSPG 


School Rank PT- AVG RT-YDS NET/ AVG 


School Defense Pet. Offense Pet. 


Maryland (12) 11 492 2545 5.2 


22 


231.4 


Florida State (2) 46-42.7 17-107 40.4 


Clemson 64-168 .381 62-170 .365 


Georgia Tech (13) 11 503 2482 4.9 


29 


225.6 


North Carolina (10) 81-47.7 45-618 40.1 


Duke 58-179 .324 58-169 .343 


Virginia (18) 11 477 2106 4.4 


18 


191.5 


Georgia Tech (11) 31-42.8 13-102 39.5 


Florida State 69-161 .429 51-171 .298 


Wake Forest (32) 11 533 1933 3.6 


16 


175.7 


Duke (20) 75-41.7 35-252 38.3 


Georgia Tech 75-141 .532 67-174 .385 


Clemson (44) 11 463 1727 3.7 


26 


157.0 


Clemson (58) 59-40.1 28-273 35.4 


Maryland 44-155 .284 68-161 .422 


North Carolina (64) 11 494 1585 3.2 


11 


144.1 


Maryland (62) 69-37.6 21-157 35.3 


North Carolina 59-179 .330 48-152 .316 


Florida State (83) 11 397 1351 3.4 


17 


122.8 


Wake Forest (74) 60-36.8 20-133 34.6 


NC State 53-171 .310 53-174 .305 


NC State (92) 12 437 1361 3.1 


14 


113.4 


Virginia (81) 58-39.2 26-289 34.2 


Virginia 57-149 .383 68-167 .407 


Duke (111) 11 366 810 2.2 


13 


73.6 


NC State (94) 76-38.2 39-383 33.2 


Wake Forest 67-176 .381 64-166 .386 


Passing Offense 






Penalty Yards Per Game 


QUARTERRACK SACKS 


School Rank G ATT CMP PCT INT YDS TD YDSPG 


School G PEN YDS PG 


School G SACKS YARDS PG 


Florida St. (12) 11 423 250 .591 17 3332 27 


302.9 


Virginia 11 66 550 50.0 


Clemson 11 45 318 4.1 


Ga. Tech (17) 11 319 208 .652 12 3117 29 


283.4 


North Carolina 11 66 584 53.1 


Florida State 11 29 191 2.6 


Clemson (31) 11 367 227 .619 10 2713 14 


246.6 


Wake Forest 11 80 614 55.8 


Virginia 11 28 152 2.6 


Duke (36) 11 421 196 .466 22 2584 11 


234.9 


NC State 12 87 674 56.2 


NC State 12 30 206 2.5 


NC State (58) 12 358 182 .508 9 2537 14 


211.4 


Duke 11 76 637 57.9 


Wake Forest 11 27 192 2.5 


Virginia (59) 11 307 179 .583 12 2321 23 


211.0 


Georgia Tech 11 77 640 58.2 


Maryland 11 22 137 2.0 


Maryland (99) 11240 116.483 111580 9 


143.6 


Maryland 11 81 653 59.2 


North Carolina 11 20 130 1.8 


W. Forest(lOl) 11 242 139 .574 10 1555 10 


141.4 


Clemson 11 80 735 66.8 


Duke 11 19 149 1.7 


N. Carolina(106) 11 258 117 .453 14 1458 6 


132.5 


Florida State 11 109 927 84.3 


Georgia Tech 11 16 126 1.5 


Scoring Offense 






Total Defense 


Turnover Margin 


School Rank G TD KXP OXP FG SF 


PTS 


AVG 


School Rank G PLYS YDS PP TD YDSPG 


School Rank FM IN TOT FM IN TOT MAR 


Ga. Tech (2) 11 59 57 2 11 


448 


40.7 


Florida State (19) 11 747 3351 4.5 19 304.6 


Maryland (11) 13 15 28 8 11 19 0.82 


Florida St. (4) 11 49 47 1 23 


412 


37.5 


Wake Forest (26) 11 742 3524 4.8 22 320.4 


Clemson (11) 7 19 26 7 10 17 0.82 


Virginia (34) 11 42 38 2 10 


324 


29.5 


Clemson (35) 11 789 3716 4.7 26 337.8 


Florida State (16) 7 22 29 4 17 21 0.73 


Clemson (41) 11 41 38 19 1 


315 


28.6 


NC State (51) 12 883 4313 4.9 32 359.4 


Wake Forest (22) 9 13 22 6 10 16 0.55 


Maryland (55) 11 35 32 16 1 


292 


26.6 


Maryland (62) 11 782 4112 5.3 34 373.8 


Virginia (30) 8 15 23 7 12 19 0.36 


W. Forest (82) 11 27 27 18 


243 


22.1 


N. Carolina (63) 11 774 4114 5.3 30 374.0 


N.Carolina (42) 11 13 24 8 14 22 0.18 


NC State (96) 12 31 25 2 9 1 


244 


20.3 


Virginia (90) 11 789 4340 5.5 38 394.6 


NC State (53) 11 15 26 15 9 24 0.17 


Duke (98) 11 25 23 1 14 


217 


19.7 


Georgia Tech (100) 11 832 4552 5.5 41 413.8 


Duke (95) 8 16 24 8 22 30 -0.55 


N. Carolina(102) 11 19 15 2 17 1 


186 


16.9 


Duke (103) 11 841 4645 5.5 40 422.3 


Georgia Tech (114) 3 9 12 12 12 24-1.09 


Kickoff Returns 






Rushing Defense 


Time Of Possession 


School Rank G NO YDS LG 


TD 


AVG 


School Rank G AH YDS PC TD YDSPG 


School For Opp Margin 


Maryland (2) 11 28 740 98 


1 


26.4 


Florida State (10) 11 387 1087 2.8 6 98.8 


Wake Forest 32:02 27:58 +4:04 


Ouke (17) 11 39 916 99 


1 


23.5 


Wake Forest (35) 11 403 1335 3.3 12 121.4 


Maryland 31:02 28:58 +2:04 


Wake Forest (23) 11 31 712 99 


1 


23.0 


Maryland (39) 11 414 1390 3.4 14 126.4 


NC State 29:57 30:03 -0:06 


Georgia Tech (24) 11 43 980 44 





22.8 


Clemson (44) 11 449 1491 3.3 16 135.6 


Georgia Tech 29:51 30:09 -0:18 


Virginia (56) 11 35 709 43 





20.3 


NC State (69) 12 520 1887 3.6 20 157.3 


Virginia 29:23 30:37 -1:14 


North Carolina (60) 11 30 602 32 





20.1 


Virginia (78) 11 472 1831 3.9 19 166.5 


North Carolina 29:40 30:20 -1:20 


Florida State (67) 11 29 570 40 





19.7 


Duke (88) 11 467 1992 4.3 19 181.1 


Duke 29:07 30:53 -1:46 


Clemson (74) 11 32 619 40 





19.3 


Georgia Tech (89) 11 479 2015 4.2 26 183.2 


Clemson 28:49 31:11 -2:22 


NC State (88) 12 35 659 51 





18.8 


N. Carolina (95) 11 485 2098 4.3 19 190.7 


Florida State 28:29 31:31 -3:02 


Punt Returns 






Passing Defense 




School Rank G NO YDS LG 


TD 


AVG 


School Rank G An CM PCT INT YDS TD RAT 


^^m .^lH RRf ^^M Rttt 


Florida State (19) 11 37 459 75 


1 


12.4 


Florida St. (15) 11 360 190 .528 22 2264 13 105.3 


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NC State (25) 12 25 317 35 


3 


11.3 


Clemson (17) 11 340 177 .521 19 2225 10 105.6 


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Georgia Tech (27) 11 30 335 48 


1 


11.2 


W. Forest (26) 11 339 181 .534 13 2189 10 109.7 


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Wake Forest (35) 11 34 367 27 





10.8 


NC State (37) 12 362 195 .539 15 2426 12 112.8 


^Rj BRs\ Rs\ 


Virginia (38) 11 23 236 24 





10.3 


N. Carolina (51) 11 289 154 .533 13 2016 11 115.4 


^R^^^^^H^R^^^^ ^^R^itf 


Duke (41) 11 26 264 64 
Maryland (54) 11 36 341 34 
Clemson (87) 11 20 148 32 
North Carolina(lK) 11 27 8^ 20 





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10.2 
9.5 

7.4 


Ga. Tech (69) 11 353 195 .552 9 2537 15 124.5 
Duke (75) 11 374 212 .567 16 2653 21 126.2 
Maryland (88) 11 368 218 .592 15 2722 20 131.2 

Virginia (89) 11 317 176 .555 15 2509 19 132.3 


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Rushing Yards Per Game Leaders 


Mr 




Scoring Leaders 




Player, School 


G An YDS AVG TD YDSPG Rank 


Player, School 


G TD R P RT 2PT PAT FG PTS 


PG Rank 


Thomas Jones, U V.i 


11 334 1798 5.4 16 163.5 


(3) 


Sebastian Janikowski 


FSU 11 47 23 116 


10.55 (3) 


LaMont Jordan, Md. 


11 266 1632 6.1 16 148.4 


(5) 


Travis Zachery, CU 


10 16 16 96 


9.60 


Morgan Kane, WF 


11 275 1161 4.2 10 105.6 


(22) 


Thomas Jones, UVa 


11 17 16 1 102 


9.27 (11) 


Travis Zachery, CU 


10 184 827 4.5 16 82.7 


(41) 


LaMont Jordan, Md. 


11 17 16 1 O 102 


9.27 (11) 


Sean Gregory, GaT 


11 172 837 4.9 13 76.1 




Peter Warrick, FSU 


9 12 3 8 1 72 


8.00 (30) 


Travis Minor, FSU 


11 180 815 4.5 7 74.1 




Luke Manget, GaT 


11 53 11 86 


7.82 (33) 


Joe Hamilton, GaT 


11 154 734 4.8 6 66.7 




Brian Kopka, Md. 


11 32 16 80 


7.27 (44) 


Woodrow Dantzler, CU 


9 137 580 4.2 4 64.4 




Sean Gregory, GaT 


11 13 13 78 


7.09 (45) 


R.ihshon Spikes, NCS 


11 140 636 4.5 4 57.8 




Matthew Burdick, WF 


11 27 16 75 


6.82 


Ray Robinson, NCS 


10 112 438 3.9 3 43.8 




Morgan Kane, WF 


11 12 10 2 72 


6.55 


Receptions Per Game Leaders 






All-Purpose Yaroage 




Player, School 


G REC YDS AVG TD CTPG Rank 


Player, School 


G RUSH REC PR K0R YDS PLAYS YD/PL YD/G 


Peter Warrick, FSU 


9 71 934 13.2 8 7.9 


(7) 


Thomas Jones, UVa 


11 1798 239 17 2054 358 5.7 


186.7 (3) 


Rod Gardner, CU 


11 73 1009 13.8 4 6.6 


(17) 


LaMont Jordan, Md. 


11 1632 208 1840 285 6.5 


167.3 (9) 


Kelly Campbell, GaT 


11 69 1105 16.0 10 6.3 


(19) 


Dez White, GaT 


11 67 860 689 1616 84 19.2 


146.9 (16) 


Brian Wofford, CU 


11 54 646 12.0 3 4.9 




Scottie Montgomery, 


DU 11 15 819 144 587 1565 86 18.2 


142.3 (21) 


Scottie Montgomery, Duke 11 51 819 16.1 5 4.6 




Peter Warrick, FSU 


9 96 934 227 1257 105 12.0 


139.7 (25) 


Chris Coleman, NCS 


9 41 487 11.9 1 4.6 




Kelly Campbell, GaT 


11 41 1105 132 1278 78 16.4 


116.2 (50) 


Koren Robinson, NCS 


11 48 853 17.8 2 4.4 




Morgan Kane, WF 


11 1161 95 17 1273 294 4.3 


115.7 


Ron Dugans, FSU 


10 43 644 15.0 3 4.3 




Travis Zachery, CU 


10 827 186 23 1036 206 5.0 


103.6 


Dez White, GaT 


11 44 860 19.6 5 4.0 




Koren Robinson, NCS 


11 12 853 94 54 1013 78 13.0 


92.1 


Richmond Flowers, Duk 


e 11 42 649 15.5 5 3.8 




Rod Gardner, CU 


11 1 1009 1010 74 13.7 


91.8 


Receiving Yards Per Game Leaders 






Punt Return Leaders 




Player, School 


G REC YDS C/G TD YPG Rank 


Player, School 


NO YDS TD 


AVG Rank 


Peter Warrick, FSU 


9 71 934 7.9 8 103.8 


(8) 


Peter Warrick, FSU 


18 227 1 


12.6 (19) 


Kelly Campbell, GaT 


11 69 1105 6.3 10 100.5 


(12) 


Arlen Harris, UVa 


16 198 


12.4 (21) 


Rod Gardner, CU 


11 73 1009 6.6 4 91.7 


(23) 


Reggie Durden, FSU 


17 201 


11.8 (24) 


Dez White, GaT 


11 44 860 4.0 5 78.2 


(36) 


Marvious Hester, GaT 


29 322 


11.1 (29) 


Koren Robinson, NCS 


11 48 853 4.4 2 77.5 


(39) 


Reggie Austin, WF 


31 329 


10.6 (32) 


Scottie Montgomery, D 


uke 11 51 819 4.6 5 74.5 


(49) 


Guilian Gary, Md. 


35 312 


8.9 


Ron Dugans, FSU 


10 43 644 4.3 3 64.4 




Mai Lawyer, CU 


15 125 


8.3 


Richmond Flowers, Duke 11 42 649 3.8 5 59.0 




Ben Erdeljac, Duke 


15 113 


7.5 


Brian Wofford, CU 


11 54 646 4.9 3 58.7 




Koren Robinson, NCS 


14 94 1 


6.7 


Chris Coleman, NCS 


9 41 487 4.6 1 54.1 

Passing Efficiency 




Kory Bailey, UNC 


15 62 

Kickoff Return Leaders 


4.1 


Player, School G 


AH CMP PCT INT YDS AH TD PTS 




Player, School 


NO YDS TD 


AVG Rank 


J. Hamilton, GaT 11 


305 203 .666 11 3060 10.03 29 175.00 


(2 


) John Stone, WF 


13 389 1 


29.9 (3) 


C. Weinke, FSU 11 


377 232 .615 14 3103 8.23 25 145.13 


(7 


Scottie Montgomery, 


Duke 21 587 1 


28.0 (8) 


Dan Ellis, UVa 10 


258 156 .605 10 2050 7.95 20 145.04 


(8 


Lewis Sanders, Md. 


18 482 1 


26.8 (12) 


W. Dantzler, CU 9 


195 111 .569 5 1501 7.70 9 131.68 


(31 


Dez White, GaT 


29 689 


23.8 (28) 


Ben San key, WF 11 


224 133 .594 9 1496 6.68 9 120.70 




Brian Wofford, CU 


16 302 


18.9 


C. McCall, Md. 9 
J. Barnette, NCS 12 


179 93 .520 3 1264 7.06 5 117.14 
338 171 .506 9 2320 6.86 13 115.62 






Interception Leaders 






Total Offense Leaders 




Player, School 
Robert Carswell, CU 


G NO YDS TD 

11 6 70 


IPG Rank 
0.6 (10) 


Player, School 


G RUN PASS PLYS YDS YD/PL TDR YPG 




Lewis Sanders, Md. 


11 6 37 


0.6 (10) 


Joe Hamilton, GaT 


11 734 3060 459 3794 8.3 35 344.9 


(2) 


Darius Clark, Duke 


11 5 102 


0.5 (20) 


Chris Weinke, FSU 


11 -109 3103 408 2994 7.3 25 272.2 


(16 


Alex Ardley, CU 


11 5 64 


0.5 (20) 


Woodrow Dantzler, CU 


9 580 1501 332 2081 6.3 13 231.2 


(30 


Errol Hood, UNC 


11 5 21 1 


0.5 (20) 


Dan Ellis, UVa 


10 31 2050 322 2081 6.5 20 208.1 


(40 


Lloyd Harrison, NCS 


12 5 


0.4 (43) 


Jamie Barnette, NCS 


12 23 2320 419 2343 5.6 18 195.3 


(46 


Shawn Forte, Md. 


10 4 13 


0.4 (50) 


Ben San key, WF 


11 405 1496 374 1901 5.1 14 172.8 




Derrick Gibson, FSU 


11 4 40 


0.4 


Calvin McCall, Md. 


9 256 1264 258 1520 5.9 6 168.9 




Dextra Polite, CU 


11 4 28 


0.4 


Thomas Jones, UVa 


11 1798 336 1798 5.4 16 163.5 




Chris Hope, FSU 


11 4 17 


0.4 


LaMont Jordan, Md. 


11 1632 60 269 1692 6.3 17 153.8 




Lamar Grant, Duke 


11 4 17 


0.4 


Morgan Kane, WF 


11 1161 275 1161 4.2 10 105.6 




Jerton Evans, UVa 


11 4 1 


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Punting Leaders 



Player, School 

Brian Schmitz, UNC 
Keith Cottrell. FSU 
Brian Morton, Duke 
Brooks Barnard, Md. 
Donnie Scott, UVa 
Ryan Romano, CU 
Scott Earwood, NCS 
Matt Brennie, WF 



Player, School 

Sebastian Janikowski, FSU 
Sims Lenhardt, Duke 
Josh McGee, UNC 
Matthew Burdick, WF 
Brian Kopka, Md. 
Luke Manget, GaT 
Kent Passingham, NCS 
Todd Braverman, UVa 
Tony Lazzara, CU 



G 

11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
12 
11 



NO YDS 

74 3538 

44 1885 

73 3125 

42 1767 

55 2233 

59 2364 

76 2904 

53 1940 



Field Goal Leaders 



G FGA FGM LONG PCT 



11 
9 
11 
11 
11 
11 
12 
11 
11 



30 
18 
21 
23 
21 
15 
14 
11 
11 



23 
14 
17 
16 
16 
11 
9 



52 
50 
50 
47 
41 
49 



.770 
.780 
.810 
.700 
.760 
.730 



31 .640 
50 .730 
43 .640 



AVG 

47.8 
42.8 
42.8 
42.1 
40.6 
40.1 
38.2 
36.6 



FGPG 

2.1 
1.6 
1.6 
1.5 
1.5 
1.0 
0.8 
0.7 
0.6 



Rank 

(2) 
(19) 
(20) 
(34) 



Rank 

(1) 
(11) 
(13) 
(19) 
(19) 



Defensive Stats Leaders 



PLAYER 

Keith Adams, CU 
Marlon Moore, Md. 
Chad Carson, CU 
Robert Carswell, CU 
Brian Williams, NCS 
B.D. Greenwood, UNC 
Aaron Thompson, Md. 
Ryan Stallmeyer, Duke 
Tommy Polley, FSU 
Dantonio Burnette, NCS 
Todd DeLamielleure, DU 
Levar Fisher, NCS 
Adrian Wilson, NCS 
Brian Allen, FSU 
Josh Rackley, GaT 
Bradley Jennings, FSU 
Chris Young, GaT 
Darius Clark, DU 
Yubrenal Isabelle, UVa 
Kevin Bishop, Md. 
Rod Littles, Md. 
Merceda Perry, UNC 
Corey Simon, FSU 
Delbert Cowsette, Md. 
Erwyn Lyght, Md. 



GP 
11 
11 
11 
11 
12 
11 
11 
11 
11 
12 
11 
12 
12 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
10 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 



PRI 

112 
64 
60 
84 
73 
69 
72 
70 
67 
56 
71 
64 
64 
49 
53 
39 
61 
72 
50 
40 
49 
53 
49 
62 
41 



AST 

64 
66 
68 
38 
58 
49 
39 
40 
37 
57 
32 
40 
40 
45 
38 
51 
28 
16 
28 
44 
35 
30 
33 
19 
39 



TOT/ AVGTFL-YDSSCK-YDS PBU FC FR 

176/16.0 33-167 16-121 

130/11.8 5- 27 

128/11.6 4- 11 

122/11.1 1- 2 

131/10.9 5- 13 

118/10.7 1- 1 



6- 

9- 

10- 

13- 



6- 27 
5- 20 



111/10.1 17- 63 
110/10.0 
104/ 9.4 
113/ 9.4 
103/ 9.4 
104/ 8.7 
104/ 8.7 

94/ 8.6 

91/8.3 

90/ 8.2 

89/ 8.1 

88/ 8.0 

78/ 7.8 

84/ 7.6 

84/ 7.6 

83/ 7.6 

82/7.5 

81/ 7.4 11- 54 

80/ 7.3 10- 55 



3- 
2- 
2- 
5- 
2- 

6- 
1- 
4- 

20- 



3- 23 

1- 6 
0- 
0- 

0- 

4- 18 

2- 25 

3- 22 

4- 24 

1- 7 

4- 41 
1- 9 

5- 22 
0- 



6- 39 
6- 36 



QUARTERRACK SACKS 



Player, School 

Keith Adams, CU 
Bryan Ray, WF 
Jamal Reynolds, FSU 
Greg Gathers, GaT 
Brian Jamison, NCS 



Sacks 

16 
10 

7 
7 
7 



Player, School 

Keith Adams, CU 
Corey Simon, FSU 
Bryan Ray, WF 
Greg Gathers, GaT 
Aaron Thompson, Md. 



Tackles for Loss 

TFL's 

33 
21 
19 
18 
17 



Passes Broken Up 

PBU's 



Player, School 

Tony Scott, NCS 18 

Dextra Polite, CU 16 

Lloyd Harrison, NCS 15 

Lewis Sanders, Md. 14 

Errol Hood, UNC 11 

Ronnie Hamilton, Duke 11 



1999 ACC Players 01 The Week 



Date 

Sept. 6 
Sept. 13 
Sept. 20 
Sept. 27 
Oct. 4 
Oct. 11 
Oct. 18 

Oct. 25 
Nov. 1 
Nov. 8 
Nov. 15 

Nov. 22 



Sept. 6 
Sept. 13 
Sept. 20 
Sept. 27 
Oct. 4 
Oct. 11 
Oct. 18 
Oct. 25 
Nov. 1 
Nov. 8 
Nov. 15 
Nov. 22 



Offensive 

Thomas Jones 
Joe Hamilton 
Thomas Jones 
Thomas Jones 
Joe Hamilton 
Scottie Montgomery 
Thomas Jones 
Woodrow Dantzler 
LaMont Jordan 
Spencer Romine 
Thomas Jones 
Joe Hamilton 
Chris Weinke 
LaMont Jordan 



Back 

Virginia 

Georgia Tech 

Virginia 

Virginia 

Georgia Tech 

Duke 

Virginia 

Clemson 

Maryland 

Duke 

Virginia 

Georgia Tech 

Florida State 

Maryland 



Offensive Lineman 



Jon Carman 
Eric Thomas 
Jason Whitaker 
Brian Wolverton 
Jason Whitaker 
Jason Whitaker 
Brad Barnes 
Jamie Wu 
Jason Bu 
Todd Boyk 
Tarlos Thi 
Brett Willi.v, 



Georgia Tech 
Florida State 
Florida State 
Wake Forest 
Florida State 
Florida State 
Virginia 
Maryland 
Georgia Tech 
NC State 
Florida State 
Florida State 



Defensive Lineman 



Brian Jamison 
Keith Adams 
Yubrenal Isabelle 
Bryan Ray 
Keith Adams 
Erwyn Lyght 
Yubrenal Isabelle 

Keith Adams 
Corey Simon 
Keith Adams 
Tommy Polley 

Keith Adams 



NC State 

Clemson 

Virginia 

Wake Forest 

Clemson 

Maryland 

Virginia 

Clemson 
Florida State 
Clemson 
Florida State 

Clemson 



Defensive Back 



Brian Williams 
Braxton Williams 
Lewis Sanders 
Robert Carswell 
Dextra Polite 
Errol Hood 
Tommy Polley 
Brian Allen 
Dextra Polite 
Robert Carswell 
David Bomar 
Adrian Duncan 



NC State 
Clemson 
Maryland 
Clemson 
Clemson 
North Carolina 
Florida State 
Florida State 
Clemson 
Clemson 
North Carolina 
Wake Forest 



Specialist 



Todd Braverman 
Lewis Sanders 
Sebastian Janikowski 
Peter Warrick 
Guilian Gary 
Brian Kopka 
Brian Schmitz 

Tay Cody 
Keith Cottrell 
Matthew Burdick 
Scottie Montgomery 



Josh McGee 



Virginia 
Maryland 
Florida State 
Florida State 
Maryland 
Maryland 
North Carolina 

Florida State 
Florida State 
Wake Forest 
Duke 

North Carolina 



Rookie 



Chris Williams 
Calvin McCall 
Calvin McCall 

Jerton Evans 
Greg Gathers 
Dantonio Burnette 
Billy McMullen 
Koren Robinson 
Koren Robinson 
Chris Williams 
Billy McMullen 
Billy McMullen 



Virginia 
Maryland 
Maryland 
Virginia 
Georgia Tech 
NC State 
Virginia 
NC State 
NC State 
Virginia 
Virginia 
Virginia 




Guilian Gory 



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Terp Tidbits 

► Maryland streaked to a 
5-2 mark in 1999 and 
earned uotes in national 
polls for seven 
consecutive weeks. 

► Maryland's scoring 
average in 1999 was its 
10th hesi in school history. 
The Terns 292 points and 
26.5 per-game average 
were Maryland's best 
since 1992. 

► LaMont Jordan's 
breakthrough campaign 
featured a 306-yard 
outburst on the final day of 
the season. It was the 
third-best rushing day in 
ACC history. 



■ 1999 Review Notebook 106 

™ 1999 Award Winners 108 

;- 1999 Maryland Statistics 109 

'i I Off. Game-by-Game Stats Ill 

Ifc Def. Game-by-Game Stats 112 

4» Team Game-by-Game Stats 113 

^^ Season Superlatives 114 

C/3 Game-by-Game Starters 116 

mm* Game-by-Game Capsules 117 

Temple & Western Carolina ... 117 
m West Virginia & Georgia Tech 118 

^™ Wake Forest & Clemson 119 

W m North Carolina & Duke 120 

pa NC State & Florida State 121 

* Virginia 122 

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Terps Conclude Best Year Since '95 

The Ron Vanderlinden Era took hold at the 
University of Maryland in 1999 and following the 
Terrapins' best football season in four years, Mary- 
land youth and honors combine to reflect an even 
brighter future for the third-year coach. 

Maryland missed a winning season and 
postseason bowl qualification by just one game in 
1999 after starting strong and earning votes in 
national polls for seven consecutive weeks — its 
first since 1995. The Terps, 5-6 overall and 2-6 in 
the Atlantic Coast Conference, suffered heart-break- 
ing losses late in the season which prevented 
Maryland's first bowl bid since 1990. 

A season-ending loss to Virginia typified the 
Terps' 1999 campaign which, in the end, produced 
seven all-conference players. Three first-team se- 
lections were the most by a Maryland team since 
1986. Junior tailback LaMont Jordan (Forestville, 
Md.) joined fellow junior Lewis Sanders (Staten 
Island, N.Y.) on postseason All-America squads as 
Maryland continued to show improvement in its 
rushing offense and overall defense. Senior nose 
tackle Delbert Cowsette (Cleveland, Ohio) was the 
Terps' third first-team All-ACC selection. 

Jordan returns to the Terrapin lineup in 2000 
to highlight 13 returning starters on offense and 
defense, underscoring Maryland's stance as one of 
the nation's youngest teams the last two seasons. 

Against Virginia in the season finale at Byrd 
Stadium, Jordan was a one-man wrecking crew 
though his efforts weren't enough to thwart a last- 
minute, game-winning drive as the Cavaliers es- 
caped with the win, 34-30, with just 26 seconds 
on the clock. 

Trailing 17-0 in the first quarter, Maryland 
stormed back to knot the score 17-17 at the inter- 
mission, and Jordan highlighted a record day with 
a 90-yard touchdown run to stake Maryland to a 
24-17 lead. Tied again at 27, Brian Kopka (Holly- 
wood, Fla.) kicked his third field goal to post Mary- 
land to a 30-27 lead with 5:18 to play. 

The Terrapins rode the legs and heart of Jor- 
dan throughout its last-gasp effort for a winning 
season. Paired against Virginia's Thomas Jones, the 
NCAA's rushing leader entering the game, Jordan 
easily won the dual of nationally-renowned run- 
ning backs. His school-record 306 yards marked the 
third-best single-game effort in ACC history and 
the league's best in six years. 

Rankings 

Two Terp opponents were ranked in the final 
regular season college football polls: Florida State 
(#1 AP, #1 ESPN/USA Today) and Georgia Tech (#17, 
#15). 

After a 33-0 win over West Virginia, Maryland 
received votes for seven straight weeks in the USA 
Today/ESPN coaches poll, and five of the final 10 
weeks in the voting by AP. It marked the first time 
that Maryland received votes in national polls since 
1995. 



1and2 

The 1999 Terrapins were one game shy of bowl 
qualification and their first winning season since 
1995. Maryland showed a two-game improvement 
over their 1998 season in which it finished 3-8. 

Top 10 Scoring Average 

Maryland's scoring average was its lOth-best 
in school history. 

Maryland's 30 points in the season-finale 
against Virginia raised its season average to match 
a 292-point total in 1992. It was the Terps' best 
scoring season in seven years. 




Maryland's offensive line was anchored by 
center Melvin Fowler, Jr. (67). 

30s, 40s, 50s 

— Maryland scored 30 points on six different 
occasions in 1999. 

— The Terps' 31 points at Georgia Tech was 
Maryland's best against a ranked opponent since 
falling to North Carolina, 59-42, in 1993. 

— The 42 points against UNC in 1993 used to 
be the most points the Terps had ever scored against 
the Tar Heels. Now that mark belongs to the 1999 
team with 45 points. 

— The Terps scored more points than any pre- 
vious Maryland team at Georgia Tech's Bobby Dodd 
Stadium. 

— In a losing effort against Clemson, 
Maryland's 30 points were the most scored against 
the Tigers in seven seasons, and the second-high- 
est figure since 1985. 

A Game of Give and Take 

Maryland finished 11th nationally in turnover 
margin, after ranking among top five leaders most 
of the season. 

— Against UNC, Maryland netted seven 
takeaways, six in the first half. Its only giveaway 



was a second-unit fumble late in the final period 
with the score already 45-7. 

— Against Clemson, Maryland was turnover- 
less for the third time. 

— The Terps surpassed their 1998 takeaway 
total (21), recording 15 interceptions and 13 fumble 
recoveries. The Terps' 28 takeaways were the sec- 
ond-highest figure of the '90s (29 in 1996). 

Feast 15) or Famine (6] 

Quite simply, when the Terps won in 1999, 
defensive statistics were outstanding — shutouts, 
near-shutouts and less than 300 yards total of- 
fense in every game. 

However, when the Terps lost, the defense al- 
lowed big numbers — more than 40 points three 
times and at least 30 five times — and more than 
385 yards total offense in all six games. 

In the Five Victories... 

In Maryland's five victories in 1999, the Terps 
posted some impressive defensive numbers: 

— Allowed an average of just 6.2 points and 
247 yards per game; 

— Held the opposition scoreless in 15 of 20 
quarters; 

— Yielded just seven fourth-quarter points; 

— Recorded a turnover margin of +13. 

Continoed Improvements 

NCAA rankings tell the dramatic improvement 
story of Maryland's offensive and defensive pro- 
gression the last three seasons (Passing defense 
rankings reflect pass efficiency points, not passing 
yards.): 

NCAA Statistics 1997 1998 1999 Diff. 

Rushing Offense 106 50 12 +94 

(88.5) (161.2) (231.4) 

Total Offense 111 105 54 +57 

(267.7) (278.3) (375.0) 
Scoring Offense 108 85 55 +53 

(14.6) (18.4) (26.5) 
Passing Offense 79 103 99 -20 

(174.3) (117.1) (143.6) 

Scoring Defense 92 58 46 +46 

(32.3) (26.4) (23.6) 
Rushing Defense 73 60 39 +34 

(174.6) (159.0) (126.4) 
Total Defense 87 53 62 +25 

(401.8) (361.0) (373.8) 
Passing Defense 102 60 88 +14 

(147.9) (121.9) (131.2) 

Sack Reduction Startling 

In 1997, the Terps yielded a whopping 56 sacks 
as the offensive line was being converted from a 
run-and-shoot blocking unit to one of a more con- 
ventional offensive scheme. In 1998, that figure 
was nearly cut in half, with Maryland allowing 30 
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In 1999, no ACC team allowed fewer sacks 
than Maryland, which yielded an average of just 
one per game (11 total) and averaged just one sack 
per 22.8 pass attempts. 

Year Sacks Allowed Avg./Gm. Pass Att./Sack 

1997 56 5.1 5.0 

1998 30 2.7 7.7 

1999 11 1.0 22.8 



ACC — SACKS ALLOWED 



Maryland 

Georgia Tech 
UNC 

Fla. State 
Virginia 
NC State 
Clemson 
Wake Forest 
Duke 



11 

12 
20 
22 
24 
27 
30 
31 
33 



Still Young Terrapins 

Perhaps the youngest team in the country in 
1998, the Terps were still undoubtedly worthy of 
the label, "young," in 1999. 

— Based on the 46-man offensive and defen- 
sive two-deep in the season-finale against Virginia, 
the Terps were still a very young team. The two- 
deep featured 27 underclassmen (true freshmen, 
redshirt freshmen, sophomores) — 14 on defense 
and 13 on offense. 

— Three true freshmen saw regular playing time 
in 1999: wide receiver/kickoff returner Scooter Mon- 
roe (Abington, Md.) saw increasing action though 
was not formally listed on the two-deep. QB Latrez 
Harrison (Atlanta, Ga.) saw limited action as the 
No. 2 and 3 signal-caller most of the season, and 
earned his first starting assignment at Florida State. 
TB Bruce Perry (Philadelphia, Pa.) saw increased 
playing time as the second or third tailback in the 
Terps' rotation — and averaged 6.5 yards on 30 car- 
ries. 

— Eleven players — seven on offense, four 
on defense — made their major college starting 
debuts in 1999: ILB Kevin Bishop (St. Petersburg, 
Fla.), CB Renard Cox (Richmond, Va.), OT Matt 
Crawford (Moravia, N.Y.), WR Guilian Gary 
(Horseheads, N.Y.), QB Latrez Harrison, ILB EJ. 
Henderson. QB Calvin McCall (Miami, Fla.), ILB 
Marlon Moore (Brandywine, Md.), TB Mukala 
Sikyala, Jr. (Lanham, Md.), 0G Chris Snader 
(Bishopville, Md.) and OG Todd Wike (Lebanon, 
Pa.). 

— Sophomore Randall Jones (Frederick, Md.) 
made his first defensive start against North Caro- 
lina after switching positions from guarterback to 
safety one week into the season. He later played 
quarterback in the Virginia game, his only appear- 
ance behind center all season. 

— Quarterback Latrez Harrison not only made 
his first two starts against FSU and Virginia, he 
became Maryland's third true or redshirt freshman 
to start at QB in the last two seasons. 



— And while Harrison's replacement, fifth- 
year senior Trey Evans (Austin, Texas), was not a 
first-year player, he had thrown only one pass be- 
fore the season and just four before his insertion 
into the Florida State game. 




LaMont Jordan led the nation in rushing for the 
final six games of 1 999. 

The Jordan Watch 

Junior tailback LaMont Jordan capped his fin- 
est season with his finest game, and set up a se- 
nior season as arguably the finest back in the coun- 
try. Against Virginia, Jordan set the school record 
for single-game rushing yards (306) while eclips- 
ing season marks for rushing yards (1,632), overall 
touchdowns (17) and rushing touchdowns (16). He 
capped the 1999 campaign with the most yards 
ever by an ACC junior and became the fourth junior 
in ACC history to eclipse 3,000 career yards. 

With his 306 yards against Virginia and 227 
against Duke, he owned the top two rushing marks 
in the ACC in 1999. He eclipsed the century mark 
seven times in 1999, raising his career total to 14. 
Each of his 100-yard games in 1999, in fact, were 
147 yards or better. 

Jordan Leads the Nation 

LaMont Jordan led the country in rushing over 
the 1999 season's final six games. He rushed for 
1,101 yards and a 183.5-yard average. 

LAST SIX GAMES Att Yds YPC YPG 

1. L.Jordan, Maryland 160 1,101 6.6 183.5 

2. T. Jones, Virginia 194 1,095 5.6 182.5 

3. R. Dayne, Wisconsin 170 1,061 6.2 176.8 

4. T. Prentice, Miami (0.)191 1,018 5.3 169.7 

5. L. Tomlinson, TCU 139 968 7.0 161.3 

6. T. Canidate, Arizona 134 938 7.0 156.3 



Elite Company 

Jordan was one of just seven players ranked in 
the top 15 of all three (rushing, scoring, all-pur- 
pose) categories — Jordan, Ladainian Tomlinson 
(TCU), Thomas Jones (Virginia), Ron Dayne (Wis- 
consin), Travis Prentice (Miami-Ohio), Frank Moreau 
(Louisville) and Shaun Alexander (Alabama). 

Nationally-Speaking Overall 

LaMont Jordan finished fifth among NCAA lead- 
ers in rushing (148.36) overall. He was ninth in 
all-purpose yards (167.27) and tied for 11th in scor- 
ing (9.27). 

NCAA RUSHING Att Yds YPC YPG 

1. L. Tomlinson, TCU 268 1,850 6.9 168.18 

2. R. Dayne, Wisconsin 303 1,834 6.1 166.73 

3. T. Jones, Virginia 334 1,798 5.4 163.45 

4. T. Prentice, Miami (0H)354 1,659 4.7 150.82 

5. L.Jordan, Maryland 266 1,632 6.1148.36 

ACC Juniors Reaching 3,000 

Jordan became just the fourth ACC running back 
to eclipse the 3,000-yard plateau while still a jun- 
ior. 

ACC JUNIORS OVER 3,000 RUSHING YARDS 

1. Amos Lawrence, N. Carolina (1977-79) 3,273 

2. Ted Brown, NC State (1975-77) 3,252 

3. LaMont Jordan, Maryland (1997-99) 3,227 

4. Joe Mcintosh, NC State (1981-83) 3,051 

One of Four in the Nation 

Maryland quarterback Calvin McCall was one of 
just four freshmen Division I quarterbacks to start 
his team's opening game. He and Virginia Tech's 
Michael Vick were the two most prominent fresh- 
man starters through the 1999 college football sea- 
son. 

Among NCAA Freshmen 

McCall was second among all NCAA Division I-A 
freshmen in total offense and passing efficiency. 



FRESHMAN TOTAL OFFENSE 

1. Michael Vick, Virginia Tech 

2. Calvin McCall, Maryland 

FRESHMAN PASS EFFICIENCY 

1. Michael Vick, Virginia Tech 

2. Calvin McCall, Maryland 



Yds. YPG 

2,420 242.0 

1,520 168.9 

Yds. Pts. 

1,840 180.4 

1,520 117.1 



Freshman Pass Marks Tumrle 

McCall safely tucked away every freshman pass- 
ing record in Maryland history. 

Previous freshman marks were set in 1998 by 
teammate Randall Jones, who was switched to the 
defensive secondary in 1999. 



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Calvin McCall started nine games as a redshirt 
freshman in 1999. 

Third Frosh QB in Two Years 

Latrez Harrison made his first college start 
at Florida State and became the third true or redshirt 
freshman to start at QB for the Terps in the last 
two seasons. The FSU game marked the 15th time 
in the last 17 games that Maryland has started a 
true or redshirt freshman as its QB. 

Randall Jones started four games as a true 
freshman in 1998 and redshirt freshman Calvin 
McCall was a nine-game starter in 1999. 

Playmaker Sanders 

Cornerback Lewis Sanders leaped into the 
limelight as one of Maryland's top playmakers in 
1999. He declared for the NFL draft after his junior 
season. 

— In 11 games, Sanders had six intercep- 
tions, 14 pass break-ups and three fumble recover- 
ies. 

— Sanders shared the nation's lead in 
takeaways (interceptions plus fumble recoveries) 
with California's Deltha O'Neal, Tennessee's Deon 
Grant and Alabama-Birmingham's Rodregis Brooks, 
each of whom had nine interceptions and no re- 
coveries. 



— He tied for the ACC lead in interceptions 
(0.6) and was third in kickoff returns (26.8). He 
tied for 10th among NCAA I-A leaders in intercep- 
tions and finished 12th in kickoff returns. 

— Midway through the 1999 campaign, he 
was listed among top five candidates for the Jim 
Thorpe Award, according to ESPN.com. He was simi- 
larly listed among the nation's top five defensive 
backs by College Football News. 

— Sanders picked off Georgia Tech QB Joe 
Hamilton in the first quarter on Sept. 30 to end 
the Heisman Trophy candidate's streak of 94 straight 
passes without an interception. It was Hamilton's 
first interception of the season. 

— Sanders is tied for seventh among 
Maryland's career interception leaders, with 10. 

— His 28-yard fumble return for touchdown 
against West Virginia was his second defensive or 
special teams touchdown in two games. 

— He returned a kickoff 98 yards for a score 
against Western Carolina, becoming just the fourth 
player in Maryland history to return two kickoffs 
for touchdowns (he had a 90-yard kickoff return 
for TD vs. North Carolina in 1997) in a career. 

— He is sixth among Terrapin career KOR lead- 
ers. His 24.6-yard career average (39 for 946) is 
currently fifth in Maryland history. 

Return Artists 

Maryland finished second in the nation in kick- 
off returns after leading the category most of the 
season. Maryland recorded a 26.4-yard average. 

Sanders, senior Jermaine Arrington 
(Landover, Md.), sophomore Guilian Gary and 
freshman Scooter Monroe have set the nation's 
standard for kickoff returns. 

Sanders owned long returns of 98 (TD), 50, 
32, 29, 27 and 26 (twice) yards. 

Gary contributed an 84-yard return to set up 
a score at Georgia Tech. Among his three returns, 
Monroe had gains of 27 and 19 yards. Arrington 
had returns of 23 and 77 yards. 



Cornering the Pass 

Led by Lewis Sanders (6), Maryland posted 
15 interceptions in 1999. It was the most picks by 
a Terp defensive unit since 16 in 1996, and the 
second-best figure of the '90s. 

Net Pdnting Increase 

Since Brooks Barnard (Arnold, Md.) took over 
as Maryland's full-time punter against Wake For- 
est, the Terps rose 41 positions in NCAA net punt- 
ing statistics. Maryland was No. 103 following the 
Georgia Tech game and ended the season 62nd. 

Booming Brooks 

Brooks Barnard was Maryland's walk-on 
punter whose inauspicious beginning at Wake For- 
est turned into a banner day with booming kicks of 
54, 45, 49, 47 and 62 yards. His first four kicks the 
following game against Clemson were 43, 41, 48 
and 50 yards. He finished with 11 kicks of 50 yards 
or better. 

Overall, Barnard averaged 42.1 yards on 42 
punts and ranked 34th nationally. It was Maryland's 
best punting average since 1993. Since an eight- 
yarder on his second punt at Wake, Barnard boasted 
39 punts for 1,687 yards, a 43.25-yard average and 
10 downed inside the 20-yard line. 

Speciaity Teams 

Maryland's kick cover and punt cover units 
ranked in the middle of the ACC, according to final 
statistics. Terp opponents averaged 20.8 yards per 
kickoff return (fifth in the ACC) and 7.5 yards per 
punt return (fourth in the ACC). 

The Terps were boosted by the performance of 
placekicker Brian Kopka, who had 35 of 61 (57%) of 
his kickoffs result in touchbacks, and punter Brooks 
Barnard, who had 10 punts downed inside the 20. 

Consecotive Starts 

Terp veterans who ended the 1999 season with 
active starting streaks: DT Delbert Cowsette-33, 
OLB Aaron Thompson-22, TE John Waerig-22, C 
Melvin Fowler-22, OG Jamie Wu-22, OT Brad 
Messina 14, OT Matt Crawford 1 1, DE Erwyn Lyght 
11, ILB Marlon Moore 11, CB Lewis Sanders 11, 
TB LaMont Jordan 10, OG Todd Wike 10. 



1999 Award Winners 



Ray Krouse Award (MVP) 

LaMont Jordan, Jr., TB 

Most Valuable Offensive Player 

LaMont Jordan, Jr., TB 

Most Valuable Defensive Player 

Delbert Cowsette, Sr., NT 

Champion of the Year 

Kenny Rogers, Sr., FB 

Top Special Teams Performer 

Brian Kopka, Jr., PK 



A.V. Williams Award 

(outstanding and conspicuous 
sportsmanship) 

Erwyn Lyght, Sr., DE 

Terrapin Club Award 

(greatest contribution to football) 
Aaron Thompson, So., LB 
Jason Hatata, Jr., WR 
Jermaine Arrington, Sr., WR 

Dr. John E. Farber Award 

(Iron Man) 

Jamie Wu, Sr., OG 



James M. Tatum Award 

(lineman of the year) 

Jamie Wu, Sr., OG 
John Waerig, Sr., TE 

George C. Cook Mem. Award 

(senior with highest academic average) 
Jamie Wu, Sr., OG 

George Doutseus Mem. Award 

(letterman with highest academic 
average) 

Scott Rudolph, Jr., LS 



Alvin L. Aubinoe Award 

(unsung hero) 

Matt Kalapinski, Jr., FB 

Freshman of the Year 

Calvin McCall, Fr., QB 

Team Captains 

Jermaine Arrington, Sr., WR 
Delbert Cowsette, Sr., NT 
Brad Messina, Sr., OT 
Peter Timmins, Sr., DE 
Jamie Wu, Sr., OG 



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Results 








Rushing 




DATE OPPONENT (An.) SCORE 


WLT 


RUSHING 


G 


AH GAIN LOSS NET AVG PG TD 


LP 


09-02 at Temple 25,322 6- 


W 


Jordan, LaMont 


11 


266 1740 108 1632 6.1 148.4 16 


90 


09-11 Western Carolina 36,376 51-10 


w 


McCall, Calvin 


9 


79 385 129 256 3.2 28.4 1 


55 


09-18 West Virginia 33,169 33- 


w 


Perry, Bruce 


7 


30 197 2 195 6.5 27.9 


43 


09-30 at #9 Georgia Tech 44,612 31- 49 


L 


Kalapinski, Matt 


11 


34 158 1 157 4.6 14.3 3 


28 


10-09 at Wake Forest 19,321 17-14 


w 


Sikyala, Mukala 


7 


23 132 7 125 5.4 17.9 1 


34 


10-16 Clemson 34,097 30- 42 


L 


Arrington, Jermaim 


' 11 


7 66 11 55 7.9 5.0 


16 


10-23 North Carolina 27,077 45- 7 


w 


Jones, Randall 


10 


10 46 5 41 4.1 4.1 


17 


10-30 Duke 30,222 22- 25 


L 


Harrison, Latrez 


6 


5 44 8 36 7.2 6.0 


19 


11-06 at NC State 47,211 17- 30 


L 


Hatala, Jason 


9 


4 24 1 23 5.8 2.6 1 


17 


11-13 at #1 Florida State 80,340 10-49 


L 


Gary, Guilian 


11 


2 18 18 9.0 1.6 


16 


11-20 Virginia 32.334 30-34 


L 


DeFreitas, Gavin 


10 


3 13 13 4.3 1.3 


6 


Team Statistics 

TEAM STATISTICS MARYLAND 

Total First Downs 179 
First Downs-Rushing 104 
First Downs-Passing 61 
First Downs-Penalty 14 
Rushing Att-Yds 492-2545 
Pass Comp-Att-Int 116-240-11 


OPPONENT 

215 

88 

118 

9 

414-1390 

218-368-15 


Riley, Marc 
Killian, Chad 
Rogers, Kenny 
Westley, Harold 
Team 
Evans, Trey 


11 
6 

10 
4 
5 
7 


5 12 12 2.4 1.1 
3 12 1 11 3.7 1.8 
3 13 5 8 2.7 0.8 
5 7 6 1 0.2 0.3 
3 7-7 -2.3 -1.4 
10 1 32 -31 -3.1 -4.4 


4 
11 
10 
5 

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MARYLAND 
Opponents 


11 
11 


492 2868 323 2545 5.2 231.4 22 
414 1698 308 1390 3.4 126.4 14 


90 




Passing Yards 1580 
Total Offense Plays-Yards 732-4125 
Punting Number-Yds-Avg 69-2595-37.6 
Fumbles-Lost 17-8 
Penalties-Yards 81-653 
Sacks by-Yds Lost 22-138 
Third Down Conversions 44-155 
Third Down Conversion Pet. .284 
Fourth Down Conversions 3-11 
Fourth Down Conversion Pet. .273 
Avg. Time of Possession 31:02 


2722 

782-4112 

68-2839-41.8 

25-13 

68-561 

11-101 

68-161 

.422 

3-8 

.375 

28:58 


PASSING 

Jordan, LaMont 
Jones, Randall 
McCall, Calvin 
Evans, Trey 
Patterson, Doug 
Harrison, Latrez 
Team 


Passing 

G ATT CMP INT PCT YDS YDS/G RTNG TD 

11 3 2 .667 60 5.5 344.7 1 

10 9 4 .444 60 6.0 137.1 1 
9 179 93 3 .520 1264 140.4 117.1 5 
7 21 11 4 .524 137 19.6 100.5 2 

11 2 1 1 .500 29 2.6 71.8 
6 24 5 3 .208 30 5.0 6.3 
5 2 .000 0.0 0.0 


LP 
60 
20 
76 
72 
29 
16 





MARYLAND 
Opponents 


11 240 116 11 .483 1580 143.6 106.8 9 
11 368 218 15 .592 2722 247.5 131.2 20 


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SCORE BY QUARTERS 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 

MARYLAND 78 83 78 53 
Opponent 62 80 75 43 


TOT AVG 

292 26.5 
260 23.6 


TOTAL OFFENSE 

McCall, Calvin 
Jordan, LaMont 


G 

9 
11 


Total Offense 

PLAY RUSH PASS YARDS TD AVG 
258 256 1264 1520 6 168.9 
269 1632 60 1692 17 153.8 












MARYLAND 


11 


732 2545 1580 4125 31 375.0 






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Opponents 


11 


782 1390 2722 4112 34 373.8 




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RECEIVING 


G 


REC YDS AVG YDS/G C/G TD LP 






Gary, Guilian 


11 


24 257 10.7 23.4 2.2 30 




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Jordan, LaMont 


11 


19 208 11.0 18.9 1.7 1 70 




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Arrington, Jermaint 


11 


17 302 17.8 27.5 1.5 1 62 




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Waerig, John 


11 


14 181 12.9 16.5 1.3 1 26 






Hatala, Jason 


9 


11 250 22.7 27.8 1.2 1 76 






Cheeseboro, Omar 


11 


9 111 12.3 10.1 0.8 30 




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James, Eric 


11 


6 71 11.8 6.5 0.5 3 28 




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Kalapinski, Matt 


11 


6 46 7.7 4.2 0.5 1 10 




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Monroe, Scooter 


10 


3 80 26.7 8.0 0.3 1 72 




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Patterson, Doug 


11 


3 30 10.0 2.7 0.3 14 




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Riley, Marc 


11 


1 26 26.0 2.4 0.1 26 




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Sikyala, Mukala 


7 


1 9 9.0 1.3 0.1 9 






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Perry, Bruce 
McCall, Calvin 


7 
9 


1 9 9.0 1.3 0.1 9 
1 0.0 0.0 0.1 








MARYLAND 


11 


116 1580 13.6 143.6 10.5 9 76 




1 


Opponents 


11 


218 2722 12.5 247.5 19.8 20 




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Jordan, LaMont 


11 


1632 208 1840 285 6.5 167.3 






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Gary, Guilian 


11 


18 257 312 84 671 62 10.8 61.0 






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Sanders, Lewis 


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482 519 24 21.6 47.2 














MARYLAND 


n 


2545 1580 341 740 5243 677 7.7 476.6 














Opponents 


ii 


1390 2722 157 542 4811 829 5.8 437.4 


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tackles 


Jordan, LaMont 
Kopka, Brian 


17 




0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 102 
32-33 0-0 0-0 16-21 80 








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Intfrrfptions 




Kalapinski, Matt 


4 


0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 24 
















James, Eric 


3 


0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 18 


INTERCEPTIONS G 




NO 


YDS AVG TD 


LP 






Hatala, Jason 


2 


0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 12 


Sanders, Lewis 11 




6 


37 6.2 


23 






Sanders, Lewis 


2 


0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 12 


Forte, Shawn 10 
Littles, Rod 11 




4 
2 


13 3.3 
0.0 


10 







Arlington, Jermain 


0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 6 
















Sikyala, Mukala 




0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 6 


Timmins, Peter 11 




1 


27 27.0 


27 






Waerig, John 




0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 6 


Moore, Marlon 11 




1 


51 51.0 1 


51 






Moore, Marlon 




0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 6 


Cox, Renard 11 




1 


31 31.0 


31 






Monroe, Scooter 




0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 6 


MARYLAND 11 




15 


159 10.6 1 


51 






Okanlawon, Tony 1 


0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 6 


Opponents 11 




11 


100 9.1 








McCall, Calvin 




0-0 0-2 0-0 0-0 6 








Defense 








Team 





0-0 0-0 0-0 10-0 2 


DEFENSE G 
Moore, Marlon 11 


UT 

64 


AT TT/AVG TFL-YDS SCK-YDS PBU 

66130/11.8 5-27 3.0-23 3 


FC FR 

1 


MARYLAND 


35 


32-33 0-2 0-0 116-21 292 


Opponents 


34 


33-33 1-1 0-0 7-13 260 


Thompson, Aaron 11 


72 


39 111/10.1 17-63 3.5- 


18 


3 











Bishop, Kevin 9 


40 


44 


84/ 9.3 7- 16 0.0- 





4 


2 






Field Goals 


Littles, Rod 11 


49 


35 


84/ 7.6 1- 1 0.0- 








1 2 






1-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50+ Total 


Cowsette, Delbert 11 


62 


19 


81/ 7.4 11- 54 6.0- 


39 





1 


FIELD GOALS 


G 


FA-FM FA-FM FA-FM FA-FM FA-FM FA-FM PCT LP 


Lyght, Erwyn 11 


41 


39 


80/7.3 10-55 6.0- 


36 





1 2 


Kopka, Brian 


11 


1-18-78-7 4-1 0-0 21-16 .76 41 


Sanders, Lewis 11 
Timmins, Peter 11 


43 
28 


13 
19 


56/5.1 0- 0.0- 
47/4.3 7-24 2.0- 


1 
5 


4 



1 3 
1 2 


MARYLAND 


11 


1-18-78-7 4-1 0- 021-16 .76 41 








Forte, Shawn 10 


37 


10 


47/4.7 2- 3 0.0- 





5 









PONTING 


Cox, Renard 11 


35 


11 


46/4.2 1- 5 0.0- 





3 





PUNTING 


G 


NO YDS AVG LP BLK 


Jenkins, Kris 11 


19 


20 


39/3.6 2- 5 0.5- 


1 


1 


1 


Barnard, Brooks 


8 


42 1767 42.1 62 2 


Henderson, E.J. 11 


21 


18 


39/3.6 2- 5 1.0- 


4 


1 





Starner, Sean 


4 


25 808 32.3 45 


Okanlawon, Tony 9 


26 


5 


31/3.4 2- 2 0.0- 





3 


1 


Team 


5 


2 20 10.0 20 


Boggs, Bryn 11 
Jones, Randall 10 


19 
14 


8 

13 


27/2.5 2- 8 0.0- 
27/2.7 0- 0.0- 






3 
2 






MARYLAND 


11 


69 2595 37.6 62 2 


Opponents 


11 


68 2839 41.8 


Hill, Charles 10 


11 


12 


23/2.3 3- 6 0.0- 








1 








Swift, Ryan 11 


5 


7 


12/ 1.1 1- 8 1.0- 


8 












Pont Retorns 


Lewis, Reggie 5 


6 


5 


11/2.2 1- 6 1.0- 


6 








PUNT RETURNS 


G 


NO YDS AVG TD LP 


Smith, Corey 8 


3 


5 


8/ 1.0 0- 0.0- 











Hatala, Jason 


9 


1 29 29.0 29 


Graves, Monte 7 


6 


2 


8/ 1.1 0- 0.0- 











Gary, Guilian 


11 


35 312 8.9 34 


Roundtree, Durrand 6 
Jackson, Tony 1 


2 

3 


3 
2 


5/0.8 0- 0.0- 
5/5.0 0- 0.0- 














MARYLAND 


11 


36 341 9.5 34 


Opponents 


11 


21 157 7.5 


Shime, William 9 


2 


2 


4/0.4 0- 0.0- 

















Kalapinski, Matt 11 


4 





4/ 0.4 0- 0.0- 















Kickoff Retorns 


Arrington, Jermaine 11 


2 


1 


3/0.3 0- 0.0- 











KICKOFF RETURNS G 


NO YDS AVG TD LP 


Murphy, Matt 8 


1 


1 


2/0.3 0- 0.0- 











Gary, Guilian 


11 


1 84 84.0 84 


Calendine, Eric 6 


2 





2/0.3 0- 0.0- 











Arrington, Jermaine 11 


2 100 50.0 77 


Killian, Chad 6 


2 





2/ 0.3 0- 0.0- 








1 


Sanders, Lewis 


11 


18 482 26.8 1 98 


Stewart, Tyrone 9 


2 





2/0.2 0- 0.0- 











Monroe, Scoote 


10 


3 48 16.0 27 


Patterson, Doug 11 


1 





1/0.1 0- 0.0- 











Kalapinski, Matt 


11 


1 14 14.0 14 


Darlington, Khary 6 





1 


1/0.2 0- 0.0- 











Henderson, E.J. 


11 


1 12 12.0 12 


Kopka, Brian 11 





1 


1/0.1 0- 0.0- 











Hatala, Jason 


9 


1 0.0 


Whitmer, Daryl 10 








0/0.0 0- 0.0- 








1 


Smith, Corey 


8 


1 0.0 


Attendance Total 




Attendance 

Average 








MARYLAND 


11 


28 740 26.4 1 98 


Opponents 


11 


26 542 20.8 


Home 193,275 
Away 216,806 
Total 410,081 






32,213 
43,361 
37,280 









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Offensive Game-By-Came Statistics 



Rushing 



Cakrics-Yds., TD 


#2 Riley 


#5 Evans 


#7 Perry 


#8 Westley #9 McCall 


#15 Jordan 


#34 K. Rogers 


#45 Kalapinski 


#49 Sikyala 


at Temple 








dnp-cd 


dnp-cd 10-79 


21-41 


0-0 


3-7 




W. Carolina 


2-5 


l-(-2) 


H 93 


2-3 8-58, 1 


18-158, 3 


1-10 


1-2 


dnp 


West Virginia 


1-3 


0-0 


7-47 


2-(-3) 8-11 


22-164, 1 


l-(-5) 


4-15 


dnp 


at Georgia Tech 


0-0 


dnp-cd 


2-10 


dnp-cd 3 (-11) 


27-79, 2 


0-0 


3-8, 1 


dnp-cd 


at Wake Forest 


0-0 


dnp-cd 


5-8 


dnp-cd 9 8 


18-89, 1 


dnp-cd 


2-29 


dnp-cd 


Clemson 


0-0 


0-0 


dnp i d 


0-0 14-38 


26-177, 4 


0-0 


1-6 


3-7 


North Carolina 


1-1 


H 2) 


4-18 


1-1 


4-59 


26-147, 2 


1-3 


4-10, 2 


1-3 


Duke 


00 


dnp-cd 


dnp-cd 


dnp-cd 


15-27 


24-227 


0-0 


1-2 


7-46, 1 


at NC State 


1-3 


dnp-cd 


dnp cd 


dnp-cd 


8-(-13) 


20-75, 1 


0-0 


1-5 


0-0 


at Florida State 


0-0 


8-(-27) 


1-1 


dnp-inj 


dnp-inj 


27-169 


0-0 


1-9 


2-0 


Virginia 


0-0 


dnp-cd 


3-18 


dnp-inj 


dnp-inj 


37 306, ? 


0-0 


13-64 


4-19 




















Receiving 


Cakhes-Yds., TD 


#2 Riley 


#3 Cheeseboro 


#7 Perry 


#8 Westley #15 Jordan 


#21 Gary 


#25 Monroe 


#34 K. Rogers 


#38 DeFreitas 


at Temple 


0-0 


1-11 


dnp-cd 


dnp-cd 1-6 


2-3 


dnp-cd 


0-0 


dnp-cd 


W. Carolina 


0-0 


2-23 


0-0 


0-0 


3-21 


1-13 


1-72, 1 


0-0 


0-0 


West Virginia 


1-26 


0-0 


1-9 


0-0 


2-15 


2-22 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


at Georgia Tech 


0-0 


1-7 


0-0 


dnp-cd 


4-61 


i 46 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


at Wake Forest 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


dnp-cd 


3-86, 1 


5-62 


0-0 


dnp-cd 


0-0 


Clemson 


0-0 


1-14 


dnp-cd 


0-0 


2-9 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


North Carolina 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


l-(-6) 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


Duke 


0-0 


0-0 


dnp-cd 


dnp-cd 


0-0 


2-23 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


at NC State 


0-0 


2-33 


dnp-cd 


dnp-cd 


1-7 


5-67 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


at Florida State 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


dnp-inj 


2-9 


4-21 


1-15 


0-0 


0-0 


Virginia 


0-0 


2-23 


0-0 


dnp-inj 


0-0 


0-0 


l-(-7) 


0-0 


0-0 
























Cakhes-Yos, TD 


#45 Kalapinski 


#46 Waerig 


#49 Sikyala 


#80 E. James #84 Patterson 


#85 Arlington 


#89 Hatala 


#92 Hull 




at Temple 


1-10 


2-28 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


2-37 


1-5 


0-0 




W. Carolina 


1-8 


0-0 


dnp-inj 


0-0 


0-0 


2-16 


2-84, 1 


0-0 




West Virginia 


1-8, 1 


0-0 


dnp-inj 


2-29, 1 


0-0 


2-69 


0-0 


0-0 




at Georgia Tech 


1-8 


4-68 


dnp-cd 


0-0 


0-0 


3-94, 1 


1-26 


dnp-cd 




at Wake Forest 


0-0 


3-34 


dnp-cd 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


dnp-cd 




Clemson 


0-0 


0-0 


1-9 


0-0 


0-0 


1-25 


4-91 


0-0 




North Carolina 


0-0 


3-33 


0-0 


2-24, 1 0-0 


0-0 


2-25 


0-0 




Duke 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


1-4 


3-26 


1-19 


0-0 




at NC State 


1-5 


0-0 


0-0 


1-17 


0-0 


2-6 


dnp-inj 


dnp-cd 




at Florida State 


0-0 


1-1 


0-0 


1-1, 1 


2-26 


0-0 


dnp-inj 


dnp-cd 




Virginia 


1-7 


1-17, 1 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


2-29 


0-0 


0-0 

























Passing 




Field Goals 


A-C-I-Y, TD #9 C. McCall 


#5 Evans 


#4 Harrison 


Made, Missed 


#17 Kopka 


at Temple 23-10-0-100, i 


1-0-0-0, 


dnp-cd 


at Temple 


27g, 26q, 46, 46 


W. Carolina \ 17-10-0-152, 1 


2-1-0-72, 1 


3-1-0-13, 


W. Carolina 


25q 


West Virginia 19-11-0-178, 2 


0-0-0-0, 


0-0-0-0, 


West Virginia 


31g, 27g 


at Georgia Tech 30-15-2-221, 


dnp-cd 


dnp-cd 


at Georgia Tech 


32g, 34 


at Wake Forest 21-11-0-182,1 


dnp-cd 


dnp-cd 


at Wake Forest 


19g 


Clemson 18-9-0-148, 


1-0-0-0, 


dnp-cd 


Clemson 


36g 


North Carolina ( 14-8-0-76, 1 


0-0-0-0, 


4-0-0-0, 


North Carolina 


39g 


Duke 


18-7-1-72, 


dnp-cd 


dnp-cd 


Duke 


32g, 28g 


at NC State 19-12-0-135, 


dnp-cd 


6-0-3-0, 


at NC State 


31g 


at Florida State dnp-inj 


16-9-4-56, 1 


4-2-0-17, 


at Florida State 


38g 


Virginia dnp-inj 


1-1-0-9, 


7-2-0-0 


Virginia 


41g, 26, 47, 







Punting 



No-Avg., In 20 


#10 Starner 


#16 Barnard 


at Temple 


9-33.2. 2 


dnp-cd 


W. Carolina 


5-39.4, 2 


dnp-cd 


West Virginia 


5-29.0, 1 


dnp-cd 


at Georgia Tech 


6-27.8, 


1-35.0, 


at Wake Forest 


dnp-cd 


8-41.4, 2 


Clemson 


dnp-cd 


6-40.5, 3 


North Carolina 


dnp-cd 


7-36 


Duke 


dnp-cd 


5-48.8, 1 


at NC State 


dnp-cd 


6-43.5, 1 


at Florida State 


dnp-cd 


4-45.0, 1 


Virginia 


dnp-cd 


5-43.6, 1 





IN J - Injury CD - Coach's Decision 



One Heartbeat , 



2000 Marvlantt Terranins Footnal' 



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2 00 MA R Y L A N D 



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Defensive Game-By-Game Statistics 



Tackles (Solos-Assists-TotalI 


Solo-Assist-Total#11 Okanlawon 


#12 Jones 


#13 Forte 


#20 R. Cox #23 Smith, Jr. #24 Ambush #26 Boqqs #27 T. Jackson 


#29 Stewart 


at Temple 


dnp-cd 


dnp-cd 


2-2-4 


6-1-7 


dnp-cd 


dnp-cd 


5-0-5 


3-2-5 


dnp-cd 


W. Carolina 


dnp-cd 


1-0-1 


3-2-5 


5-1-6 


dnp-cd 


dnp-cd 


0-2-2 


dnp-inj 


0-0-0 


West Virginia 


0-0-0 


0-0-0 


4-2-6 


2-3-5 


dnp-cd 


dnp-cd 


6-3-9 


dnp-inj 


dnp-cd 


at Georgia Tech 


0-0-0 


0-0-0 


6-1-7 


5-1-6 


dnp-cd 


dnp-cd 


3-0-3 


dnp-inj 


0-0-0 


at Wake Forest 


2-0-2 


0-1-1 


9-1-10 


2-1-3 


dnp-cd 


dnp-cd 


0-0-0 


dnp-inj 


0-0-0 


Clemson 


5-2-7 


4-4-8 


1-0-1 


7-3-10 


dnp-cd 


dnp-cd 


3-1-4 


dnp-inj 


0-0-0 


North Carolina 


1-0-1 


6-7-13 


dnp-inj 


1-1-2 


dnp-cd 


dnp-cd 


1-1-2 


dnp-inj 


2-0-2 


Duke 


3-0-3 


0-0-0 


0-0-0 


3-0-3 


dnp-cd 


dnp-cd 


0-0-0 


dnp-inj 


0-0-0 


at NC State 


10-2-12 


1-0-1 


6-0-6 


0-0-0 


dnp-cd 


dnp-cd 


0-0-0 


dnp-inj 


0-0-0 


at Florida State 


2-0-2 


2-1-3 


1-0-1 


3-0-3 


dnp-cd 


dnp-cd 


1-1-2 


dnp-inj 


0-0-0 


Virginia 


3-1-4 


0-0-0 


5-2-7 


1-0-1 


dnp-cd 


dnp-cd 


0-0-0 


dnp-inj 


0-0-0 
























Solo-Assist-Total #30 C. Cox 


#33 Littles 


#35 Moore 


#37 Sanders #39 Bishop #40 Thompson #41 Lyght #42 Henderson #47 Timmins 


at Temple 


dnp-cd 


4-0-4 


7-2-9 


2-2-4 


5-2-7 


11-4-15 


2-3-5 


0-0-0 


2-2-4 


W. Carolina 


dnp-cd 


5-1-6 


6-9-15 


2-2-4 


3-2-5 


5-6-11 


3-5-8 


0-0-0 


4-4-8 


West Virginia 


dnp-cd 


4-5-9 


3-8-11 


5-0-5 


2-4-6 


7-3-10 


2-3-5 


0-0-0 


3-0-3 


at Georgia Tech 


dnp-cd 


5-2-7 


5-6-11 


4-0-4 


5-3-8 


5-4-9 


1-2-3 


2-1-3 


2-3-5 


at Wake Forest 


dnp-cd 


5-6-11 


8-7-15 


5-3-8 


5-11-16 


5-3-8 


6-3-9 


3-1-4 


0-4-4 


Clemson 


dnp-cd 


3-4-7 


9-7-16 


4-0-4 


9 11-20 


6-4-10 


4-6-10 


1-0-1 


0-0-0 


North Carolina 


dnp-cd 


4-1-5 


7-2-9 


1-3-4 


5-4-9 


6-4-10 


3-4-7 


4-5-9 


5-2-7 


Duke 


dnp-cd 


4-3-7 


4-8-12 


7-1-8 


4-3-7 


9-2-11 


4-4-8 


0-1-1 


1-1-2 


at NC State 


dnp-cd 


5-6-11 


4-6-10 


4-2-6 


2-4-6 


10-3-13 


8-3-11 


1-2-3 


7-2-9 


at Florida State 


dnp-cd 


4-3-7 


4-7-11 


2-0-2 


dnp-inj 


2-2-4 


4-3-7 


6-5-11 


2-0-2 


Virginia 


dnp-cd 


6-4-10 


7-4-11 


7-0-7 


dnp-inj 


6-4-10 


4-3-7 


4-3-7 


2-1-3 
























Solo-Assist-Total #48 Swift #52 Graves #53 Lewis #55 Whaley #57 Jenkins #58 C. Smith #71 Roundtree #88 Murphy #91 Cowsette 


at Temple 


0-0-0 


dnp-cd 


0-0-0 


dnp-cd 


3-3-6 


0-1-1 


0-0-0 


dnp-cd 


3-1-4 


W. Carolina 


1-2-3 


0-1-1 


2-1-3 


dnp-cd 


2-1-3 


1-1-2 


2-1-3 


0-0-0 


8-0-8 


West Virginia 


1-0-1 


2-0-2 


dnp-inj 


dnp-cd 


4-2-6 


1-0-1 


0-2-2 


0-1-1 


6-3-9 


at Georgia Tech 


0-2-2 


3-1-4 


dnp-inj 


dnp-cd 


3-7-10 


dnp-cd 


dnp-cd 


0-0-0 


5-3-8 


at Wake Forest 


0-0-0 


dnp-cd 


dnp-inj 


dnp-cd 


3-2-5 


0-0-0 


0-0-0 


0-0-0 


7-0-7 


Clemson 


0-0-0 


0-0-0 


dnp-inj 


dnp-cd 


2-2-4 


0-0-0 


0-0-0 


0-0-0 


8-2-10 


North Carolina 


0-2-2 


dnp-cd 


4-3-7 


dnp-cd 


1-0-1 


1-2-3 


0-0-0 


1-0-1 


6-2-8 


Duke 


0-0-0 


dnp-cd 


dnp-cd 


dnp-cd 


0-2-2 


0-1-1 


dnp-cd 


0-0-0 


7-0-7 


a- Nl State 


1-1-2 


0-0-0 


dnp-cd 


dnp-cd 


0-1-1 


0-0-0 


dnp-cd 


0-0-0 


6-8-14 


at Florida State 


1-0-1 


1-0-1 


0-1-1 


dnp-cd 


1-0-1 


dnp-cd 


dnp-cd 


dnp-inj 


4-0-4 


Virginia 


1-0-1 


0-0-0 


0-0-0 


dnp-cd 


0-0-0 


dnp-cd 


dnp-cd 


dnp-inj 


2-0-2 























SoLO-AsSIST-TOTAl 


#93 Calendine 


#95 Shime 


#96 Bradley 


#98 Hill 


at Temple 


dnp-cd 


dnp-cd 


dnp-cd 


0-0-0 


W. Carolina 


0-0-0 


1-1-2 


0-0-0 


2-1-3 


West Virginia 


0-0-0 


1-1-2 


dnp-inj 


0-2-2 


at Georgia Tech 


1-0-1 


0-0-0 


0-0-0 


dnp-cd 


at Wake Forest 


dnp-cd 


dnp-cd 


dnp-cd 


0-0-0 


Clemson 


dnp-cd 


0-0-0 


dnp-cd 





North Carolina 


1-0-1 


0-0-0 


dnp-cd 


1-1-2 


Duke 


dnp-cd 


0-0-0 


dnp-cd 


0-2-2 


at NC State 


dnp-cd 





dnp cd 


2-6-8 


at Florida State 


0-0-0 





dnp-cd 


2 2 


Virginia 


0-0-0 


0-0-0 


dnp-cd 


4 0-4 









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1999 Team Game-By-Game Statistics 

FIRST DOWNS RUSHING PASSING TOTAL OFF. PUNTS FUM PEN SACKS BY 3RD 4TH 

Game SCORE Tot Ru-Pa-Pe No-Yds-TD A-C-I Yds TD Pl-Yds No-Avg F/L No-Yds No-Yds 

MARYLAND 6 12 6-5-1 42-202-0 24-10-0 100 66-302 9-33.2 2-0 8-50 3-14 0-15 0-2 

at Temple 12 2-10-0 21-26-0 51-32-1228 72-254 12-38.9 3-2 10-95 0-0 4-17 0-1 



at MARYLAND 


51 


22 


14-7-1 


43-345-4 


22-12-0 237 


2 


65-582 


5-39.4 


3-2 


10-90 


1-6 


4-10 


0-0 


27:49 


Western Carolina 


10 


13 


8-4-1 


39-115-1 


29-13-1 104 





68-219 


11-33.6 


3-1 


2-15 


1-5 


4-16 


0-0 


32:11 


at MARYLAND 


33 


15 


8-7-0 


48-249-1 


19-11-0 178 


2 


67-427 


5-29.0 


1-1 


9-42 


1-8 


6-14 


0-1 


31:03 


West Virginia 





16 


6-8-2 


31-90-0 


33-18-4 159 





64-249 


6-39.8 


1-1 


8-36 


0-0 


2-10 


0-1 


28:57 


MARYLAND 


31 


15 


2-12-1 


36-89-3 


32-17-2 310 


1 


68-399 


7-28.9 


1-0 


7-57 


1-13 


3-14 


0-1 


31:06 


at Georgia Tech 


49 


22 


9-13-0 


43-200-4 


31-19-2 387 


3 


74-587 


4-47.0 


2-2 


5-41 


0-0 


9-15 


0-0 


28:54 


MARYLAND 


17 


13 


6-6-1 


35-131-1 


22-12-0 182 


1 


57-313 


8-41.4 


1-0 


6-69 


4-24 


4-13 


0-0 


28:43 


at Wake Forest 


14 


13 


7-5-1 


48-144-2 


15-9-1 82 





63-226 


7-40.0 


1-0 


3-15 


1-10 


6-16 


1-1 


31:17 


at MARYLAND 


30 


20 


13-6-1 


46-244-4 


19-9-0 148 





65-392 


6-40.5 


0-0 


7-66 


0-0 


7-15 


0-1 


30:43 


Clemson 


42 


28 


20-7-1 


56-290-6 


23-16-0 252 





79-542 


5-43.6 


3-0 


8-63 


2-17 


8-13 


0-0 


29:17 


at MARYLAND 


45 


17 


11-5-1 


48-268-4 


19-8-0 76 


1 


67-344 


7-36.4 


2-1 


7-63 


5-21 


3-13 


0-0 


30:50 


North Carolina 


7 


19 


11-7-1 


48-154-1 


26-12-3 133 





74-287 


6-46.3 


8-4 


5-45 


1-7 


11-20 


0-1 


29:10 


at MARYLAND 


22 


19 


15-2-2 


51-318-2 


19-7-2 72 





70-390 


5-48.8 


2-1 


6-50 


3-29 


6-15 


0-1 


31:33 


Duke 


25 


18 


1-16-1 


25-(-5)-0 


42-27-0 404 


3 


67-399 


6-53.2 


0-0 


7-58 


2-25 


6-15 


1-1 


28:27 


MARYLAND 


17 


12 


6-5-1 


33-106-1 


25-12-3 135 





58-241 


6-43.5 


1-1 


6-50 


1-1 


3-13 


0-2 


25:18 


at NC State 


30 


27 


10-15-2 


44-180-1 


37-23-0 324 


2 


81-504 


3-40.7 


2-1 


7-49 


3-26 


5-14 


0-2 


34:42 


MARYLAND 


10 


12 


4-3-5 


42-148-0 


20-11-4 73 


1 


62-221 


6-33.3 


4-1 


7-47 


2-13 


2-14 


1-1 


37:45 


at Florida State 


49 


25 


8-17-0 


24-86-0 


44-28-2 373 


7 


68-459 


4-48.3 


0-0 


8-99 


1-11 


8-13 


0-0 


22:15 


at MARYLAND 


30 


22 


19-3-0 


68-445-2 


19-7-0 69 


1 


87-514 


5-43.6 


1-1 


8-69 


2-9 


6-19 


2-2 


35:52 


Virginia 


34 


22 


6-16-0 


35-110-0 


37-21-1 276 


4 


72-386 


4-41.3 


2-2 


5-45 


0-0 


5-12 


0-1 


24:08 





Time Of Possession 






12 3 4 


Total 


Maryland 


88:18 88:15 84:37 84:31 


345:41 


Opponents 


76:42 76:45 80:23 80:29 

Third Down Conversions 


314:19 




1 2 3 4 OT 


Total 


Maryland 


15-37 14-48 7-30 8-40 


44-155 


Pet. 


40.5% 29.2% 23.3% 20.0% 


28.4% 


Opponents ... 


16-34 17-42 15-38 20-47 


68-161 


Pet. 


47.1% 40.4% 39.5% 42.6% 

Third Down Dreakdown 


42.2% 


Yards to go 


1-3 4-6 7-10 11+ 


Total 


Maryland 


21-36 15-42 5-44 3-33 


44-155 


Pa. 


58.3% 35.7% 11.4% 0.9% 


28.4% 


Opponents... 


36-47 19-43 9-45 4-26 


68-161 


Pet. 


76.5% 44.2% 20.0% 15.4% 

Fodrth Down Conversions 


42.2% 




1 2 3 4 OT 


Total 


Maryland 


1-3 0-2 0-1 2-5 


3-11 


Pet. 


33.3% 0% 0% 40.0% 


27.3% 


Opponents ... 


1-2 0-2 0-0 2-4 


3-8 


Pa. 


50.0% 0% 0% 50.0% 


37.5% 



Turnovers 

Takeaways - 28 
Giveaways - 19 
Points Off Turnovers 

MD-75 (9TD, 4 FG) 

Opp. - 51 (6TD, 3 FG) 

Special Teams 

Blocked Kicks (by Md.) - 1 
Blocked Kicks (by Opp.) - 3 

Kickoff Coverage 

Kickoffs - Md. 61, Opp. 53 
Fair Catches - Md. 0, Opp. 
Touchbacks - Md. 35, Opp. 25 
Onside Attempts - 

Md. 1 (1 rec), Opp. (0 rec.) 
Out of Bounds - Md. 0, Opp. 

Ret. Allowed (Md.) - 26-542 (20.8 avg.) 
Ret Allowed (Opp.) - 28-740 (26.4 avg.) 

Avg. Drive Start After Md. KO -- 23 yd. line 
Avg. Drive Start After Opp. KO - 27 yd. line 



Punt Coverage 

Punts - Md. 69, Opp. 68 
Fair Catches - Md. 15, Opp. 
Touchbacks - Md. 9, Opp. 8 
Downed Inside 10 -- Md. 5, Opp. 6 
Downed Inside 20 - Md. 15, Opp. 16 



Ret. Allowed (Md.) 
Ret. Allowed (Opp.) 

Net Punting (Md.) - 

Net Punting (Opp.) - 



- 21-157 (7.5 avg.) 

- 36-341 (9.5 avg.) 

69-2420 (35.1 avg.) 
• 68-2510 (36.9 avg.) 



Red Zone 

Md. Scores/Times in Red Zone 
Scoring Percentage - 86.0% (37-43) 
TD Percentage - 55.8% (24-43) 
Scores - 37 (24TD.13 FG) 
Non-Scores - 6 (2 downs, 2 missed FG, 
1 punt, 1 INT) 



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1999 individual Supe Natives 



Maryland Individual Superlatives 

Most Rushing Attempts: 37, LaMont Jordan (306 yds.) vs. Virginia 
Most Rushing Yards: 306, LaMont Jordan (37 att.) vs. Virginia 
Most Rushing TDs: 4, LaMont Jordan vs. Clemson 
Longest Touchdown Run: 90, LaMont Jordan vs. Virginia 
Longest Non-Scoring Run: 73, LaMont Jordan vs. Duke 

Most Passes Attempted: 30, Calvin McCalL (15 comp., 221 yds.) at Ga. Tech 

Most Passes Completed: 15, Calvin McCall (30 att, 221 yds.) at Georgia Tech 

Highest Completion Pet.: .588, Calvin McCall (10 of 17, 152 yds.) vs. W. Carolina 

Most Passing Yards: 221, Calvin McCall (15 of 30) at Georgia Tech 

Most Passing Touchdowns: 2, Calvin McCall vs. West Virginia 

Longest Touchdown Pass: 76, Calvin McCall to Jason Hatala vs. W. Carolina 

Longest Non-Scoring Pass: 62, Calvin McCall to Jermaine Arlington vs. W. Virginia 

Most Receptions: 5, Guilian Gary (67 yds.) at NC State; Gary (62 yds.) at 

Wake Forest 
Most Reception Yards: 94, Jermaine Arlington (3 rec.) at Georgia Tech 
Most TD Receptions: 1, nine times by seven players 

Most Total Plays: 37, LaMont Jordan (37 rush, 306 yds.) vs. Virginia 

Most Total Offensive Yards: 306, LaMont Jordan (306, 37 plays) vs. Virginia 

Most All-Purpose Attempts: 37, LaMont Jordan (37 run, 306 yds.) vs. Vir- 
ginia 
Most All-Purpose Yards: 306, LaMont Jordan (306 run, 37plays) vs. Virginia 

Most Punt Returns: 6, Guilian Gary (22 yds.) at Temple 

Most Punt Return Yards: 75, Guilian Gary (5 returns) vs. Western Carolina 

Longest Punt Return for TD: none 

Longest Non-Scoring Punt Return: 34, Guilian Gary vs. Western Carolina 

Most Kickoff Returns: 4, Lewis Sanders (82 yds.) at NC State 
Most Kickoff Return Yards: 120, Lewis Sanders (2 returns) vs. W. Carolina 
Longest Kickoff Return for TD: 98, Lewis Sanders vs. Western Carolina 
Longest Non-Scoring Kickoff Return: 84, Guilian Gary at Georgia Tech 

Most Points: 24, LaMont Jordan vs. Clemson 

Most Touchdowns: 4, LaMont Jordan vs. Clemson 

Most Field Goal Attempts: 5, Brian Kopka vs. Virginia 

Most Field Goals Made: 3, Brian Kopka vs. Virginia 

Longest Field Goal Attempted: 47, Brian Kopka (blocked) vs. Virginia 

Longest Field Goal Made: 39, Brian Kopka vs. North Carolina 

Most Punts: 9, Sean Starner (299 yds.) at Temple 

Best Punting Average: 48.8, Brooks Barnard (5 for 244) vs. Duke 

Longest Punt: 62, Brooks Barnard at Wake Forest 

Most Pass Interceptions: 2, Shawn Forte (0 yds.) at Florida State 
Longest Pass Interception for TD: 51, Marlon Moore vs. North Carolina 
Longest Non-Scoring Pass Interception: 31, Renard Cox vs. West Virginia 

Most Total Tackles: 20, Kevin Bishop (9 solo, 11 assisted) vs. Clemson 

Most Solo Tackles: 11, Aaron Thompson (15 total) at Temple 

Most Tackles for Loss: 4, Aaron Thompson (22 yds.) vs. Duke; Thompson (17 

yds.) at Temple 
Most Sacks: 3, Delbert Cowsette (10 yds.) vs. North Carolina; Erwyn Lyght (23 

yds.) at Wake Forest 



Opponent Individual Superlatives 

Most Rushing Attempts: 32, Brad Hoover (124 yds.), Western Carolina 

Most Rushing Yards: 183, Woodrow Dantzler (22 att), Clemson 

Most Rushing TDs: 3, Travis Zachery, Clemson 

Longest Touchdown Run: 48, Sean Gregory, Georgia Tech 

Longest Non-Scoring Run: 46, Woodrow Dantzler, Clemson 

Most Passes Attempted: 49, Devin Scott (32 comp., 228 yds.), Temple 

Most Passes Completed: 32, Devin Scott (49 att, 228 yds.), Temple 

Highest Completion Pet.: .697, Chris Weinke (23 of 33, 304 yds.), Fla. State 

Most Passing Yards: 404, Spencer Romine (27 of 42), Duke 

Most Passing Touchdowns: 6, Chris Weinke, Florida State 

Longest Touchdown Pass: 80, Joe Hamilton to Dez White, Georgia Tech 

Longest Non-Scoring Pass: 44, Woodrow Dantzler to Rod Gardner, Clemson 

Most Receptions: 9, Peter Warrick (134 yds.), Florida State; Scottie 

Montgomery (121 yds.), Duke; Antonio Brown (57 yds.). West Virginia 
Most Reception Yards: 215, Dez White (5 rec), Georgia Tech 
Most TD Receptions: 3, Peter Warrick, Florida State 

Most Total Plays: 56, Devin Scott (49 pass/7 run, 233 yds.), Temple 
Most Total Offensive Yards: 474, Joe Hamilton (387 pass/87 run, 44 plays), 
Georgia Tech 

Most All-Purpose Attempts: 36, Brad Hoover (32 run/4 rec, 155 yds.), W. Carolina 
Most All-Purpose Yards: 223, Dez White (8 run/215 rec, 7 att.), Ga. Tech 

Most Punt Returns: 5, Koren Robinson (59 yds.), NC State 
Most Punt Return Yards: 59, Koren Robinson (5 ret.), NC State 
Longest Punt Return for TD: none 
Longest Non-Scoring Punt Return: 30, Koren Robinson, NC State 

Most Kickoff Returns: 4, Aaron Wright (87 yds.), Western Carolina 
Most Kickoff Return Yards: 118, Tyree Foreman (3 ret), Virginia 
Longest Kickoff Return for TD: none 
Longest Non-Scoring Kickoff Return: 76, Tyree Foreman, Virginia 

Most Points: 18, Peter Warrick, Florida State; Travis Zachery, Clemson 

Most Touchdowns: 3, Peter Warrick, Florida State; Travis Zachery, Clemson 

Most Field Goal Attempts: 4, Kent Passingham, NC State 

Most Field Goals Made: 3, Kent Passingham (27, 26, 31), NC State 

Longest Field Goal Attempted: 55, Matt Burdick, Wake Forest 

Longest Field Goal Made: 43, David Greene, Virginia; Sims Lenhardt, Duke 

Most Punts: 11, David Hill (370 yds.), Western Carolina 
Best Punting Average: 53.2, Brian Morton (6 for 319), Duke 
Longest Punt: 62, Brian Morton, Duke 

Most Pass Interceptions: 2, Clevan Thomas, Florida State 

Longest Pass Interception for TD: none 

Longest Non-Scoring Pass Interception: 14, Chris Young, Georgia Tech 

Most Total Tackles: 13, Billy-Dee Greenwood (8 solo). North Carolina; Robert 

Carswell (8 solo), Georgia Tech 
Most Solo Tackles: 10, Chris Young (12 total), Georgia Tech 
Most Tackles for Loss: 4, Clayton White (6 yds.), NC State; Greg Gathers (13 

yds.), Georgia Tech 
Most Sacks: 2, Chris Combs (25 yds.), Duke 



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1999 Team Superlatives 



Maryland 

Points Scored/Game: 
Points Scored/Half: 
Points Scored/Quarter: 
First Downs: 



Rushing Attempts: 
Rushing Yards: 
Pass Attempts: 
Pass Completions: 

Completion Pet.: 

Passing Yards: 

Passes Had Intercepted: 

Fumbles: 

Fumbles Lost: 

Turnovers Lost: 

Sacks Allowed: 

Penalties: 

Penalty Yards: 

Total Offensive Plays: 

Total Offensive Yards: 

Time of Possession: 



Highs 

51 vs. Western Carolina 

28 vs. Western Carolina (2nd) 

24 vs. North Carolina (1st) 

22 vs. Virginia (19-3-0); 

22 vs. Western Carolina (14-7-1) 

68 vs. Virginia (445 yds.) 

445 vs. Virginia (68 att.) 

32 at Georgia Tech (17 comp., 310 yds.) 

17 at Georgia Tech (32 att., 310 yds.) 

.579 vs. West Virginia (11 of 19. 178 yds.) 

310 at Georgia Tech (17 of 32) 
4 at Florida State 

4 at Florida State (1 lost) 

2 vs. Western Carolina (3 fumbles) 

5 at Florida State (1 fumble, 4 int.) 

3 at NC State (26 yds.) 

10 vs. Western Carolina (90 yds.) 

90 vs. Western Carolina (10 penalties) 

87 vs. Virginia (514 yds.) 

582 vs. Western Carolina (66 plays) 

37:45 at Florida State 



Lows 

6 at Temple 

at Temple (2nd) 


12 at Florida State (4-3-5); 
12 at Temple (6-5-1) 
12 at NC State (6-5-1); 
33 at NC State (143 yds.) 
89 at Georgia Tech (36 att.) 
19 five times 

7 vs. Virginia (19 att., 69 yds.); 
7 vs. Duke (19 att., 72 yds.) 

.368 vs. Virginia (7 of 19, 69 yds.); 

.368 vs. Duke (7 of 19, 72 yds.) 

69 vs. Duke (7 of 19) 







vs. Clemson; at Wake Forest; at Temple 

four times 

6 at NC State (58 yds.); at Wake Forest (69 yds.) 

42 vs. West Virginia (9 penalties) 

57 at Wake Forest (313 yds.) 

241 at NC State (58 plays) 

25:18 at NC State 



Opponents 

Points Scored/Game: 

Points Scored/Half: 

Points Scored/Quarter: 

First Downs: 

Rushing Attempts: 

Rushing Yards: 

Pass Attempts: 

Pass Completions: 

Completion Pet.: 

Passing Yards: 

Passes Had Intercepted: 

Fumbles: 

Fumbles Lost: 

Turnovers Lost: 

Sacks Allowed: 

Penalties: 

Penalty Yards: 

Total Offensive Plays: 
Total Offensive Yards: 
Time of Possession: 



Highs 

49 at Florida State; at Georgia Tech 

28 at Florida State (1st); at Ga. Tech (1st) 

21 at Florida State 

28 vs. Clemson (20-7-1) 

56 vs. Clemson (290 yds.) 

290 vs. Clemson (56 att.) 

51 at Temple (32 comp., 228 yds.) 

32 at Temple (51 att., 228 yds.) 

.696 vs. Clemson (16 of 23, 252 yds.) 

404 vs. Duke (27 of 42) 

4 vs. West Virginia 

8 vs. North Carolina (4 lost) 

4 vs. North Carolina (8 fumbles) 

7 vs. North Carolina (3 int., 4 fumbles) 

5 vs. North Carolina (53 yds.) 
10 at Temple (95 yds.) 

99 at Florida State (8 penalties) 

81 at NC State (504 yds.) 
587 at Georgia Tech (74 plays) 
34:42 at NC State 



Lows 

vs. West Virginia; at Temple 

five times by three teams 



12 at Temple (2-10-0) 

21 at Temple (26 yds.) 

-5 vs. Duke (25 att.) 

15 at Wake Forest (82 yds.) 

9 at Wake Forest (15 att., 82 yds.) 

.448 vs. Western Carolina (13 of 29, 104 yds.) 

82 at Wake Forest (9 of 15) 

vs. Duke; vs. Clemson 

at Florida State; vs. Duke 

four times 

vs. Clemson 

vs. Clemson 

2 vs. Virginia (9 yds.); Western Carolina (15 yds.) 

15 at Wake Forest (3 penalties); 

15 vs. Western Carolina (2 penalties) 

63 at Wake Forest (226 yds.) 

219 vs. Western Carolina (68 plays) 

22:15 at Florida State 




Maryland's offensive line had a strong year creating many holes for the 
Terps' running game. 



Calvin McCall threw for 221 of the Terps' season-high 310 passing yards 
at Georgia Tech. 



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1999 Game-By-Game Starters 

Offense 



GAME 


Wide Receiver 


Left Tackle 


Left Guard 


Center 


Right Guard 


Right Tackle 


Tiqht End 


Quarterback 


Tailback 


Fullback 


Wide Receiver 


(S> Tern pie 


Arrington 9 


Messina " 


Snader ' 


Fowler l? 


Wu" 


Crawford ' 


Waeriq " 


McCall ' 


Sikyala ' 


Kalapinski 16 


E. James " 


W.CaroLina 


Arrinqton 10 


Messina a 


Wike ' 


Fowler " 


Wu " 


Crawford ' 


Waerig 1J 


McCall 


Jordan " 


Kalapinski " 


Hatala ! 


West Virginia 


Arrington " 


Messina " 


Wike' 


Fowler " 


Wu » 


Crawford 3 


Waerig " 


McCall ' 


Jordan " 


Kalapinski 18 


Hatala ! 


©Georgia Tech 


Arrington ia 


Messina a 


Wike J 


Fowler H 


Wu ,s 


Crawford * 


Waerig 1S 


McCall ' 


Jordan 1S 


Kalapinski " 


Hatala ' 


@Wake Forest 


Arrington I3 


Messina " 


Wike* 


Fowler " 


Wu" 


Crawford '-' 


Waerig " 


McCall 8 


Jordan ' 6 


Gary '** 


Hatala s 


Clemson 


Arrington w 


Messina " 


Wike 5 


Fowler 


Wu" 


Crawford 6 


Waerig " 


McCall 6 


Jordan " 


Kalapinski M 


Hatala « 


North Carolina 


Arrington ,5 


Messina 2 " 


Wike 6 


Fowler ia 


Wu ,! 


Crawford ' 


Waerig 1! 


McCall ' 


Jordan 18 


Kalapinski n 


Hatala ' 


Duke 


Cheeseboro s 


Messina 


Wike' 


Fowler " 


Wu" 


Crawford B 


Waerig " 


McCall " 


Jordan " 


Kalapinski " 


Hatala » 


@NC State 


Arrington I6 


Messina !0 


Wike " 


Fowler " 


Wu" 


Crawford 9 


Waerig m 


McCall ' 


Jordan '" 


Kalapinski " 


E. James ! * 


©Florida State 


Arrington v 


Messina 31 


Wike ' 


Fowler " 


Wu" 


Crawford ,0 


Waerig " 


Harrison ' 


Jordan ;1 


Kalapinski " 


Gary ! 


Virginia 


Arrington " 


Messina " 


Wike ,0 


Fowler zz 


Wu 


Crawford " 


Waerig H 


Harrison * 


Jordan " 


Kalapinski a 


Gary 3 



























* indicates started as a tight end in a two-tight end alignment; ** indicates started as a wide receiver in a three-wide receiver alignment 



Defense 



GAME 


Def. End 


Def. Tackle 


Nose Tackle 


Def. End 


Inside LB 


Inside LB 


Outside LB 


Cornerback 


Strong Safety 


Free Safety 


Cornerback 


(a' Temple 


Lyght ,0 


Jenkins ' 


Cowsette " 


Timmins ls 


Bishop ' 


Moore ' 


Thompson 1! 


Sanders " 


Jackson 3 


Forte '° 


R. Cox ' 


W. Carolina 


Lyght " 


Jenkins 10 


Cowsette " 


Timmins " 


Bishop ! 


Moore •' 


Thompson " 


Sanders " 


Littles * 


Forte 


R. Cox * 


West Virginia 


Lyght H 


Jenkins " 


Cowsette a 


Timmins " 


Bishop J 


Moore ! 


Thompson " 


Sanders 1J 


Littles J 


Forte " 


R. Cox 3 


©Georgia Tech 


Lyght " 


Jenkins " 


Cowsette " 


Timmins " 


Bishop ' 


Moore ' 


Thompson ls 


Sanders " 


Littles ' 


Forte ,! 


R. Cox * 


@Wake Forest 


Lyght " 


Jenkins " 


Cowsette " 


Timmins " 


Bishop * 


Moore 5 


Thompson " 


Sanders ' s 


Littles 5 


Forte " 


R. Cox s 


Clemson 


Lyght 


Jenkins " 


Cowsette " 


Boggs ■'" 


Bishop 6 


Moore 6 


Thompson " 


Sanders " 


Okanlawon '"' 


Forte ,8 


R. Cox ' 


North Carolina 


Lyght " 


Jenkins M 


Cowsette a 


Timmins " 


Bishop ' 


Moore ' 


Thompson 18 


Sanders " 


Littles l 


Jones '"" 


R. Cox ' 


Duke 


Lyght " 


Jenkins " 


Cowsette J0 


Timmins " 


Bishop " 


Moore " 


Thompson " 


Sanders ,s 


Littles ' 


Jones 6 


R. Cox 8 


@NC State 


Lyght ' 8 


Hill « 


Cowsette " 


Timmins a 


Bishop ' 


Moore ' 


Thompson 20 


Sanders " 


Littles 8 


Forte " 


Okanlawon 8 


@Florida State 


Lyght " 


Hill 5 


Cowsette " 


Timmins " 


Henderson ' 


Moore ,0 


Thompson " 


Sanders '° 


Littles ' 


Forte " 


Okanlawon 9 


Virginia 


Lyght '" 


Hill 6 


Cowsette " 


Calendine ' 


Henderson * 


Moore " 


Thompson " 


Sanders " 


Littles 10 


Forte "> 


Okanlawon 10 

























*** indicates started in a five-defensive back alignment; "" Jones was a four-time offensive starter in 1998 at quarterback 







Class Starters 


ry Game 






GAME 


Seniors 


Juniors 


Sophomores 


R-Freshmen 


True Freshmen 


Total 


@Temple 


8 


8 


6 


2 





24 


W.Carolina 


8 


8 


5 


3 





24 


West Virginia 


8 


8 


5 


3 





24 


@Georgia Tech 


8 


8 


5 


3 





24 


@Wake Forest 


8 


6 


6 


4 





24 


Clemson 


8 


6 


6 


4 





24 


North Carolina 


8 


5 


7 


4 





24 


Duke 


7 


6 


7 


4 





24 


@NC State 


7 


5 


8 


4 





24 


©Florida State 


7 


5 


7 


4 


1 


24 


Virginia 


7 


5 


7 


4 


1 


24 















Terrapin Playing Experience Superlatives 



Most overall starts, career 




Most overall starts, 1999 



Most consecutive starts, career — 



Offense 

32, Brad Messina (OT) 
25, Matt Kalapinski (FB) 
22, Melvin Fowler, Jr. (C) 
22, LaMont Jordan (TB) 
22, Jamie Wu (OG) 

18, Jermaine Arrington (WR) 

Defense 

33, Delbert Cowsette (NT) 
24, Peter Timmins (DE) 
22, Aaron Thompson (LB) 

21, Lewis Sanders (CB) 
20, Erwyn Lyght (DE) 
18, Shawn Forte (SS) 

Offense 

11, by 5 players 

Defense 

11, by 4 players 

Offense 

22, Melvin Fowler, Jr. (C) 
22, John Waerig (TE) 
22, Jamie Wu (OG) 

Defense 

33, Delbert Cowsette (NT) 
22, Aaron Thompson (LB) 



JJD 



One Heartbeat, 



2000 Marviantt Terra/tins Football 




2000 MARYLAND F0 0\T B A L L - 19 9 9 R E V I 



Maryland 6 
Temple 

September 2, 1999 

Franklin Field * Philadelphia, Pa. 



PHILADELPHIA - At Franklin Field, Brian Kopka 
kicked two short field goals in the first half and 
Bryn Boggs made a game-saving block of a last- 
second pass as Maryland beat Temple 6-0 in a 
Thursday night season opener for both teams. 

Kopka's 27-yard field goal with 7:12 left in 
the first quarter came after Maryland stalled at 
the Temple 10. He added a 26-yarder with 3:08 
left in the half. Maryland ran eight plays in- 
side the Temple 10 in the first half, while 
Temple did not cross midfield until 11:08 re- 
mained in the game. 

Following Kopka's pair of first half field 
goals, Maryland had three other kicking 
chances go awry. The first was a fake field 
goal that ended with an incomplete pass and the other two were 
46-yard attempts that sailed wide. 

Temple threatened in the last minute behind the passing of Devin Scott. He 
threw a 33-yard completion to Krishan Lewis and his 11-yarder to Greg Muckerson 
moved the Owls to the Mary- 




land 16. 

Two plays later, Scott's ap- 
parent TD pass to Marcus 
Godfrey was called back be- 
cause the quarterback had 
crossed the line of scrimmage 
before releasing the ball. 

Scott completed a pass that 
Mac DeVito carried to the 3. 
DeVito fumbled, but teammate 
Jamal Wallace recovered. The 
threat, and the game, ended 
when Boggs knocked down 
Scott's pass as time expired. 

It was Maryland's first shut- 
out in three seasons and its 
first on the road since a 14-0 
victory at Wake Forest in 1987. 
Temple was held scoreless for 
the first time since a 38-0 loss 
to Virginia Tech in 1996. 

Scott was 32 of 49 for 228 
yards. Maryland's Calvin McCall 
was 10 of 23 passing for 100 
yards, and added 79 rushing 
in his college debut as the Ter- 
rapins' quarterback. The 
redshirt freshman had the 
game's longest play from 
scrimmage with a 55-yard run 
in the second quarter. 

Maryland's 6-0 win 
was its first shutout 
in three seasons and 
its first on the road 
since a 14-0 victory 
at Wake Forest in 
1987. 



Maryland 
Temple 



Box Score 



1st 

3 





2nd 
3 





3rd 






4th 







Final 
6 





first Quarter 

UM-Kopka 27 FG, 7:12 
Second Quarter 

UM-Kopka 26 FG, 3:08 



First Downs 

Rushes-Yards 

Passing 

Comp-Att-Int 

Return Yards 

Sacked-Yards Lost 

Punts-Avg. 

Fumbles-Lost 

Penalties-Yards 

Time of Possession 



UM 

12 
42-202 

100 
10-24-0 

48 

0-0 
9-33.2 

2-0 

8-50 
30:37 



TEM 

12 

21-26 

228 

32-51-1 

28 

3-14 

12-38.9 

3-2 
10-95 
29:23 



INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS 

RUSHING-Maryland, McCall 10-79, Sikyala 6-50, Jordan 

21-41, Arrington 2-25, Kalapinski 3-7. Temple, Jackson 

11-16, Scott 7-5, DeVito 1-3, Johnson 2-2. 

PASSING-Maryland, McCall 10-23-0-100, Evans 0-1-0-0. 

Temple, Scott 32-49-1-228, Muckerson 0-1-0-0, Team 0- 

1-0-0. 

RECEIVING-Maryland, Arrington 2-37, Waerig 2-28, Gary 

2-3. Cheeseboro 1-11. Kalapinski 1-10. Jordan 1-6, Hatala 

1-5. Temple, Johnson 8-40, Muckerson 7-85. Jackson 7- 

16, Wallace 5-25, Lewis 1-33, DeVito 1-16, Khamis 1-8, 

Godfrey 1-7, Wilkinson l-(-2). 

TACKLES-Maryland, Thompson 11-4-15, Moore 7-1-8, 

Bishop 5-2-7, R. Cox 5-1-6, Jenkins 3-3-6. Temple, 

Suman 7-1-8, Pichette 6-2-8, Lacey 5-1-6, Talley 3- 

3-6. 

MISSED FIELD GOALS-Maryland, Kopka 46, 46. 

A-25.322. 




Maryland \ 
Western Carolina 

September 11, 1999 
Byrd Stadium • College Park, Md. 

r» 

COLLEGE PARK, Md. - LaMont Jordan ran 
for a career-high 158 yards and three touch- 
downs, and Lewis Sanders returned a kick- 
off 98 yards as Maryland cruised past West- 
ern Carolina 51-10. 

Jordan, who left after three quarters, 
became the first Terrapin since Rick 
Badanjek in 1984 to score three touch- 
downs in a game. He scored from 4, 2 and 
27 yards out. 

Maryland (2-0) led 23-10 before pull- 
ing away with three touchdowns in the 
third period. Redshirt freshman Calvin 
McCall was 10-for-17 for 152 yards, in- 
cluding a 76-yard TD pass to Jason Hatala. He also ran fo 
58 yards and a score. 

Brad Hoover gained 124 yards on 32 
which fell to 0-21 against Atlantic Coast Conference schools 

Western 




carries for Western Carolina (1-1), 



Box Score 



1st 

Western Carolina 3 
Maryland 13 



2nd 


10 



3rd 

7 
21 



4th 


7 



Final 
10 

51 



First Quarter 

WC-J.Jones 37 FG, 9:01 

UM-Jordan 4 run (Kopka kick), 6:43 

UM-McCall 1 run (kick failed), 3:26 
Second Quarter 

UM-Kopka 25 FG, 4:42 

UM-Hatala 76 pass from McCall (Kopka kick), 0:21 
Third Quarter 

WC-Hoover 23 pass from Snyder (Jones kick), 12:24 

UM-Sanders 98 kickoff return (Kopka kick), 12:05 

UM-Jordan 2 run (Kopka kick), 6:15 

UM-Jordan 27 run (Kopka kick), 4:00 
Fourth Quarter 

UM-Monroe 72 pass from Evans (Kopka kick), 11:40 







WCU 


UM 




First Downs 


13 


22 




Rushes-Yards 


39-115 


43-345 




Passing 


104 


237 




Comp-Att-Int 


13-29-1 


12-22-0 




Return Yards 


115 


218 




Sacked-Yards Lost 


1-5 


1-6 




Punts 


11-33.6 


5-39.4 




Fumbles-Lost 


3-1 


3-2 




Penalties-Yards 


2-15 


10-90 




Time of Possession 


32:11 


27:49 



INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS 
RUSHING-W. Carolina, Hoover 32-124, W. Gary 1-2, 
Snyder 5-(-3), Hooks l-(-8). Maryland, Jordan 18-158, 
Perry 8-93, McCall 8-58, G. Gary 1-16, Rogers 1-10, Riley 
2-5, Westley 2-3, Kalapinski 1-2, DeFreitas 1-2, Evans 
l-(-2). 

PASSING-W. Carolina. Snyder 13-29-104-1. Maryland 
McCall 10-17-152-0, Harrison 1-3-13-0, Evans 1-2-72- 
0. 

RECEIVING-W. Carolina, Hoover 4-31, Wright 3-19, Wil- 
liams 2-34, W. Gary 2-5, Campana 1-8, Pitman 1-7. Mary- 
land, Jordan 3-21. Hatala 2-84. Cheeseboro 2-23, 
Arrington 2-16, Monroe 1-72, G. Gary 1-13, Kalapinski 
1-8. 

TACKLES- W. Carolina, Oates 8-1-9, Boone 6-0-6. Mary- 
land, Moore 6-9-15, Thompson 5-6-11, Cowsette 8-0- 
-8, Timmins 4-4-8, Lyght 3-5-8. 
A-36.376. 



Carolina trailed 
16-3 late in the first half 
when Hatala caught a short 
sideline pass behind Lamont 
Ransby, who froze while 
Hatala sprinted away to 
complete the longest pass 
play for the Terrapins since 
he caught a 76-yarder in Oc- 
tober 1997. 

The Catamounts closed to 
23-10 on a 23-yard screen 
pass from Shawn Snyder to 
Hoover, but Sanders took 
the ensuing kickoff 98 yards 
to stake the Terrapins to a 
30-10 advantage. Sanders is 
only the fourth player in 
school history to return 
more than one kickoff for a 
touchdown; he also did it in 
1997. 

Maryland outgained West- 
ern Carolina 307-91 in the 
first half and also benefited 
from two turnovers. Overall, 
Maryland amassed 582 yards 
in total offense compared to 
just 219 for WCU. 



LaMont Jordan 

became the first 

Terrapin since Rick 

Badanjek in 1984 to 

score three 
touchdowns in a game. 



One Heartbeat 



2000 Marvlantt Terrapins Footoat* 



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2000 MARYLAND F Mm JU. >%:*4? 9 R £ V I t W 




Maryland 33 
West Virginia 

September 18, 1999 

By bo Stadium • College Park, Mr. 




COLLEGE PARK, Md. - LaMont Jordan ran for a 
career-high 164 yards and unbeaten Maryland 
shut down West Virginia's high-powered offense 
in a 33-0 rout that enabled the Terrapins to 
match their victory total of 1998. 

Calvin McCall threw two touchdown passes 
for Maryland (3-0), which last opened a season 
with three straight wins in 1995. It was the 
Terrapins' most significant victory under coach 
Ron Vanderlinden, who watched Maryland shut 
out a Big East opponent for the second time in 
three games. 

West Virginia's Marc Bulger threw four in- 
terceptions and was held without a touchdown 
pass for the first time in 17 games dating to 
1997. It was the Mountaineers' worst shutout loss since a 33-0 drubbing by Penn 
State in 1976 and their most lopsided defeat since a 41-7 loss to Florida in the 1993 
Sugar Bowl. 

Bulger, who was lifted midway through the fourth quarter, went 17-for-30 for 
152 yards. The four intercep- 
tions tied a career high, and 
he also lost a fumble that 
Maryland returned for a score. 

Jordan, who surpassed the 
100-yard mark for the sixth 
time in eight games, carried 
22 times, caught two passes 
and scored Maryland's first 
touchdown. 

Maryland went up 19-0 late 
in the third quarter when 
McCall, ll-for-19 for 178 
yards, ended an 83-yard drive 
with a 1-yard touchdown pass 
to Eric James. Lewis Sanders 
then took a stray pitchout by 
Bulger 28 yards into the end 
zone on the final play of the 
period. 

McCall followed Bulger's 
fourth interception with an 8- 
yard touchdown pass to Matt 
Kalapinski for a 33-0 lead. 



Box Score 





1st 


2nd 


3rd 


4th 


Final 






1st 


2nd 


3rd 


4th 


Final 


West Virginia 



















Maryland 


14 


3 


14 





31 


Maryland 





13 


13 


7 


33 




Georgia Tech 


14 


14 


14 


7 


49 



Second Quarter 

UM-Jordan 7 run (Kopka kick), 10:23 

UM-Kopka 31 F6, 2:54 

UM-Kopka 27 FG, 0:00 
Third Quarter 

UM-James 1 pass from McCall (run failed), 1:04 

UM-Sanders 28 fumble return (Kopka kick), 0:00 
Fourth Quarter 

UM- Kalapinski 8 pass from McCall (Kopka kick), 9:08 



First downs 

Rushes-Yards 

Passing 

Comp-Att-Int 

Return Yards 

Sacked-Yards tost 

Punts 

Fumbles-Lost 

Penalties-Yards 

Time of Possession 



wvu 

16 
31-90 

159 
18-33-4 

77 

1-8 
6-39.8 

1-1 
8-36 
28:57 



UM 

15 
48-249 

178 

11-19-0 

119 

0-0 

5-29.0 

1-1 

9-42 

31:03 



Maryland improved to 
3-0 for the first time 
since the 1995 season 

with its second 

shutoot of a blg east 

opponent. 



INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS 

RUSHING-West Virginia, Rego 20-83, A. Green 2-12, 
Lewis 2-2, Abraham 1-1, Wilson 4-0, Bulger 2-(-8). Mary- 
land, Jordan 22-164, Perry 7-47, Kalapinski 4-15, Killian 
2-12, McCall 8-11, DeFreitas 1-5, Riley 1-3, Westley2-(- 
3), Rogers l-(-5). 

PASSING-West Virginia. Bulger 17-30-152-4, Lewis 1-2- 
7-0, Fazzolari 0-1-0-0. Maryland, McCall 11-19-178-0. 
RECEIVING-West Virginia, Brown 9-57, Osegueda 3-44, 
Ivy 2-19, Greene 2-13, Becht 1-19, Berton 1-7. Mary- 
land, Arlington 2-69, James 2-29, Gary 2-22, Jordan 2- 
15, Riley 1-26, Perry 1-9, Kalapinski 1-8. 
TACKLES-West Virginia, Kayden 6-2-8, Mclntyre 6-2- 
8, Davis 4-2-6, Porter 1-5-6. Maryland, Thompson 4-5- 
-9, Moore 2-6-8, Cowsette 2-6-8, Forte 4-3-7, Boggs 
3-4-7. 

MISSED FIELD GOALS-West Virginia, Taylor 44. 
A-33,169. 




[9] Georgia Tech 49 
Maryland 31 

September 39, 1999 
Bobby Dorr Stadium • Atlanta, Ga. 



Heisman Trophy candidate Joe I I iPfl/'/ll-'j frj /j / i 
w for 387 yards and three touch- J JJ JdJj. -I D 'jjj 




Box Score 



ATLANTA 

Hamilton threw for 387 yards 

downs, ran for a 41-yard score and guided No. 

9 Georgia Tech to a 49-31 victory over Mary- 
land. Hamilton, the nation's top-rated passer, 

threw his first two interceptions of the season 

but compensated with TD passes of 80 and 29 

yards to Dez White and a 30-yarder to Kerry 

Watkins. 

The Terps matched the Jackets virtually 

score-for-score in the national TV game on 

ESPN, but in the end couldn't stop, nor match, 

Tech's offensive firepower. 

Georgia Tech (3-1, 1-1 ACC) scored two 

touchdowns in the first 6 1/2 minutes, both 

on quick-striking, one-play "drives" to put more points on the board than the 

Terrapins had allowed in three games. But Maryland answered the first Tech score 

with an 84-yard kickoff return by Guilian Gary to set up the first of two LaMont 

Jordan touchdowns. Jordan's second TD knotted the score and Brian Kopka's 32- 
yard field goal staked the 
Terps to a 17-14 lead shortly 
before intermission. 

White finished with five 
catches for 215 yards. His 21- 
yard catch put Tech back into 
the lead with 1:21 in the half, 
and Watkins' TD just 63 sec- 
onds later sent Maryland to 
the locker room down 11. 

Maryland produced a five- 
minute, 80-yard drive to be- 
gin the second half and close 
to 28-24, but Hamilton broke 
loose on a 41-yard score and 
a 1-yard TD by Phillip Rogers 
kept the home team in com- 
mand. 

Jordan carried a career-high 
27 times for 79 yards, and also 
threw a 60-yard touchdown 
pass to Jermaine Arrington. 

Freshman quarterback 
Calvin McCall completed 15- 
of-30 passes for a career-best 
221 yards. 



INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS 

RUSHING- Maryland, Jordan 27-79, Perry 2-10, Kalapinski 
3-8, Hatala 1-3, McCall 3-(-ll). Ga. Tech, Hamilton 13- 
87, Gregory 9-57, P. Rogers 14-31, Watkins 1-14, White 2- 
8, Kitchen 3-4. Wilder l-(-l). 

PASSING-Maryland, McCall 15-30-2-221, Jordan 1-1-0-60, 
Patterson 1-1-0-29. Ga. Tech, Hamilton 19-31-2-387. 
RECEIVING-Maryland, Waerig 4-68, Jordan 4-61, Arrington 
3-94, Gary 3-46, Hatala 1-26, Kalapinski 1-8, Cheeseboro 
1-7. Ga. Tech, Campbell 6-86, White 5-215, Watkins 2-39, 
P. Rogers 2-16. Wilder 2-15, Andrzejewski 1-9, Muyres 1- 
7. 

TACKLES-Maryland, Moore 5-6-11, Jenkins 3-7-10, Th- 
ompson 5-4-9. Georgia Tech, Young 10-2-12. Uremovich 
9-2-11. 

MISSED FIELD GOALS-Maryland. Kopka 34. Ga. Tech, 
Manget 41. 
A-44,612. 



First Quarter 

GT-Gregory 48 run (Manget kick), 10:34 

UM-Jordan 1 run (Kopka kick), 8:56 

GT-White 80 pass from Hamilton (Manget kick), 8:35 

UM-Jordan 4 run (Kopka kick), 1:23 
Second Quarter 

UM-Kopka 32 FG, 13:48 

GT-White 29 pass from Hamilton (Manget kick), 1:21 

GT-Watkins 30 pass from Hamilton (Manget kick), 0:18 
Third Quarter 

UM-Kalapinski 1 run (Kopka kick), 10:00 

GT-Hamilton 41 run (Manget kick), 5:37 

GT-P. Rogers 1 run (Manget kick), 1:36 

UM-Arrington 60 pass from Jordan (Kopka kick), : 
Fourth Quarter 

GT-P. Rogers 1 run (Manget kick), 5:46 



:14 





UM 


GT 


First Downs 


15 


22 


Rushes-Yards 


36-89 


43-200 


Passing 


310 


387 


Comp-Att-Int 


17-32-2 


19-31-2 


Return Yards 


50 


35 


Sacked-Yards Lost 


0-0 


1-13 


Punts-Avg. 


7-28.9 


4-47.0 


Fumbles-Lost 


1-0 


2-2 


Penalties-Yards 


7-57 


5-41 


Time of Possession 


31:06 


28:54 



Calvin McCall 

threw for a 
season-high 221 

yards against 
the ninth-ranked 
Yellow Jackets. 



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One Heartbeat , 



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2 MARYLAND F (WJNU L -.1999 RE VI 




Maryland 17 
Wake Forest 14 

October 9. 1999 
Groves Stadium • Winston-Salem, N.C. 



WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. • Calvin McCall and 
LaMont Jordan rallied Maryland for 10 points 
in the last 10 minutes and the Terrapins sur- 
passed their 1998 victory total by defeating 
Wake Forest 17-14. 

McCall completed both of his passes for 92 
yards on Maryland's two fourth-quarter scor- 
ing drives, helping the Terrapins (4-1, 1-1 ACC) 
erase a 14-7 deficit. 

Jordan rushed for 89 yards and teamed with 
McCall for a 70-yard scoring pass that tied 
the score. Jordan had 39 yards on three car- 
ries on the decisive drive, a 68-yard march 
that set up Brian Kopka's 19-yard field goal 
with 3:25 remaining. 

Wake Forest (3-2, 1-2) got 128 rushing yards from senior Mor- 
gan Kane. Wake Forest's Ben Sankey rushed for two touchdowns, but Matthew Burdick 
came up 10 yards short on a 54-yard field-goal try with 68 seconds left. 

Maryland did not get a first down on either of its two third-quarter possessions, 
but the Terrapins needed just 
one play to make it 14-all early 
in the fourth. McCall slipped 
free from a potential sack by 
defensive end Kelvin Jones, 
then threw a short pass over 
the middle to Jordan, who 
broke several tackles to turn 
it into a 70-yard score. 

McCall wound up complet- 
ing ll-of-21 passes for 182 
yards, helping Maryland win at 
Groves Stadium for the ninth 
time in 10 games. 

The Terrapins drove 50 yards 
on their first possession, cap- 
ping it with a 17-yard scoring 
run around left end by Jordan. 
Wake Forest tied it later in the 
quarter on Sankey's 8-yard 
scramble. The play capped a 
drive that accounted for 43 of 
the Demon Deacons' 70 first- 
half yards. 

Wake Forest had a good 
scoring chance early in the 
second quarter, but it ended 
when Maryland cornerback 
Lewis Sanders intercepted a 
pass at the Terrapins' 3-yard 
line. 



Box Score 



Maryland 
Wake Forest 



1st 

7 
7 



2nd 





3rd 


7 



4 th 

10 




Final 
17 
14 



First Quarter 

UM-Jordan 17 run (Kopka kick), 11:38 

WF-Sankey 8 run (Burdick kick), 2:56 
Third Quarter 

WF-Sankey 1 run (Burdick kick), 8:14 
Fourth Quarter 

UM-Jordan 70 pass from McCatl (Kopka kick), 9:37 

UM-Kopka 19 FG, 3:25 



First Downs 
Rushes-Yards 
Passing 
Comp-Att-Int 
Return Yards 
Sacked-Yards Lost 
Punts-Avg. 
Fumbles- Lost 
Penalties-Yards 
Time of Possession 



UM 

13 
35-131 

182 

12-22-0 

62 

1-10 

8-41 

1-0 

6-69 

28:43 



WF 

13 
48-144 

82 
9-15-1 
83 
3-23 
7-40 
1-0 
3-15 
31:17 



Maryland won at 

Groves Stadium for 

the ninth time in 10 

tries dating to 1981. 



INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS 

RUSHING-Maryland, Jordan 18-89, Kalapinski 2-29, Perry 

5-8, McCall 9-8, Team l-(-3). Wake Forest, Kane 30-128. 

Mughelli 4-13, Sankey 14-3. 

PASSING-Maryland, McCall 11-21-0-182, Jordan 1-1-0- 

0. Wake Forest, Sankey 9-15-1-82. 

RECEIVING-Maryland, Gary 5-62. Jordan 3-86, Waerig 

3-34. McCall 1-0. Wake Forest, Lik 3-20, Deese 2-31, 

McCoy 2-25. Caldwell 1-4, Kane 1-2. 

TACKLES-Maryland, Bishop 5-11-16, Moore 8-7-15, 

Littles 5-6-11, Forte 9-1-10. Wake Forest, Lyman 5-2- 

-7, Moses 4-2-6, Parrish 4-1-5. 

MISSED FIELD GOALS-Wake Forest. Burdick 55. 

A-19,321. 





Clemson 42 
Maryland 30 

October 16. 1999 
Byrd Stadium • College Park, Mo. 



COLLEGE PARK, Md. - Woodrow Dantzler 
amassed a Clemson-record 435 yards of offense, 
including 183 on the ground, and Clemson used 
a 21-point run in the second half to beat Mary- 
land, 42-30. 

Dantzler also set a Clemson record for rush- 
ing yardage by a quarterback. 

Clemson (3-3, 3-1 ACC) never trailed after 
Travis Zachery scored on a 13-yard run to make 
it 28-24 midway through the third quarter. 
Bernard Rambert then scored twice from 
inside the 5 to help the Tigers pull away. 

LaMont Jordan ran for career highs of 177 
yards and four touchdowns for the Terrapins 
(4-2, 1-2) to move to fourth on Maryland's 
career rushing chart and mark just the third time a Maryland player 
has ever rushed for four TDs in a game. 

Dantzler, though, generated enough offense to overcome Jordan and the Terps. 
He was 16 of 23 passing for 252 yards and his longest completion, a 44-yarder to 

Rod Gardner, set up Zachery's 




Box Score 



Clemson 
Maryland 



1st 
7 

7 



2nd 
14 
10 



3rd 
14 

7 



4th 

7 
6 



Final 
42 
30 



First Quarter 
UM-Jordan 4 run (Kopka kick), 8:29 
CU-Dantzler 23 run (Lazzara kick), 5:22 

Second Quarter 
CU-Zachery 11 run (Lazzara kick), 13:54 
UM-Jordan 49 run (Kopka kick). 11:44 
CU-Zachery 1 run (Lazzara kick), 8:52 
UM-Kopka 36 FG, 4:50 

Third Quarter 
UM-Jordan 17 run (Kopka kick), 13:50 
CU-Zachery 13 run (Lazzara kick), 8:12 
CU-Rambert 2 run (Lazzara kick), 3:54 

Fourth Quarter 
CU-Rambert 1 run (Lazzara kick), 13:26 
UM-Jordan 1 run (pass failed), 7:52 



First Downs 
Rushes-Yards 
Passing Yards 
Comp-Att-Int 
Return Yards 
Sacked-Yards Lost 
Punts-Avg. 
Fumbles-Lost 
Penalties-Yards 
Time of Possession 



CU 

28 
56-290 

252 
16-23-0 

19 

0-0 
5-43.6 

3-0 
8-63 
29:17 



UM 

20 

46-244 
148 

9-19-0 
127 
2-17 

6-40.5 
0-0 
7-66 

30:43 



INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS 

RUSHING-Clemson. Dantzler 22-183, Zachery 24-95. 

Rambert 7-16, Team 3-(-4). Maryland, Jordan 26-177. 

McCall 14-38. Arrington 1-12. Sikyala 3-7, Kalapinski 1- 

6, Hatala 1-4. 

PASSING-Clemson, Dantzler 16-23-0-252. Maryland 

McCall 9-18-0-148, Evans 0-1-0-0. 

RECETVING-Clemson. Gardner 5-128, Wofford 5-78. Watts 

2-29. Zachery 2-4, LeMaay 1-8, Lawyer 1-5. Maryland. 

Hatala 4-91. Jordan 2-9, Arrington 1-25, Cheeseboro 1- 

14. Sikyala 1-9. 

TACKLES-Clemson. Carswell 8-5-13. Bodrick 7-3-10, 

Adams 7-0-7. Maryland. Bishop 9-11--20. Moore 9-7- 

16. Cowsette 8-2-10. Lyght 4-6-10, Thompson 6-4- 

10. 

A-34,097. 



go-ahead touchdown. 

The first half featured five 
touchdowns and 435 yards of 
offense, ending with Clemson 
clinging to a 21-17 lead. 

Jordan capped Maryland's 
first possession with a 4-yard 
touchdown run, but the Tigers 
responded with an 80-yard 
drive in which Dantzler went 
3-for-3 in the air and scored 
on a 23-yard run. An 11-yard 
touchdown run by Zachery put 
Clemson up 14-7, but the Ter- 
rapins came right back to tie 
it on a 49-yard run down the 
right sideline by Jordan. 

Clemson took a 21-14 lead 
with Dantzler guiding an 88- 
yard march with a 46-yard run 
and a 23-yard pass on third- 
and-2. Maryland led briefly by 
taking the second-half kick- 
off and moving 80 yards in 
only 70 seconds. Calvin McCall 
completed two passes for 60 
yards before Jordan scored on 
a 17-yard run. 



LaMont Jordan 

became the first 

Maryland running 

back to score four 

TOUCHDOWNS in a game 

since Charlie Wysocki 

in 1981. 



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Maryland 45 
North Carolina 7 

October 23, 1999 
Byro Stadium • College Park, Mo. 




Box Score 



COLLEGE PARK, Md. - LaMont Jordan ran for 
147 yards and two touchdowns and Maryland 
forced seven turnovers in handing North Caro- 
lina its worst loss in 10 years, 45-7. The Tar 
Heels lost four fumbles and threw three inter- 
ceptions in their most lopsided loss since a 
41-0 setback against Duke in 1989. 

Marlon Moore returned an interception 51 
yards for a score in a 24-point first quarter, 
and Maryland (5-2, 2-2 ACC) matched its larg- 
est victory margin in a series that began in 
1920. 

Jordan was removed late in the third pe- 
riod after moving past Rick Badanjek into third 
place on the school's career rushing list. 

Brian Kopka kicked a 39-yard field goal on Maryland's first posses- 
sion, a drive extended by a roughing-the-kicker penalty after the Terrapins faced 
fourth down on their own 32. The Tar Heels made an even costlier mistake on their 
first drive. Freshman Luke Huard tried to hit Kory Bailey on a third-down play, but 
Moore picked off the pass and 
went untouched into the end 
zone. 

Sam Aiken fumbled the en- 
suing kickoff and Maryland's 
Rod Littles recovered at the 
11. Two plays later, Calvin 
McCall hit Eric James over the 
middle for an 18-yard touch- 
down to make it 17-0. Littles 
then pounced on an onsides 
kick, but the Terrapins had to 
punt. After the Tar Heels were 
forced to punt, Maryland went 
up 24-0 when Matt Kalapinski 
scored the first of his two 
touchdowns. 

North Carolina then 
switched to quarterback 
Antwon Black, but the results 
were no different. Black threw 
two interceptions in the sec- 
ond quarter, and the second 
one, Lewis Sanders' sixth theft 
in seven games, set up an 11- 
yard TD run by Jordan 47 sec- 
onds before halftime. 





1st 


2nd 


3rd 


4th 


Final 








1st 


2nd 


3rd 


4th 


Final 


North Carolina 











7 


7 






Duke 





14 


3 


8 


25 


Maryland 


24 


7 


14 





45 






Maryland 





17 


2 


3 


22 



First Quarter 
UM-Kopka 39 FG, 9:36 

UM-Moore 51 interception return (Kopka kick), 6:34 
UM-James 18 pass from McCall (Kopka kick), 5:16 
UM-Kalapinski 2 run (Kopka kick), 0:51 

Second Quarter 
UM-Jordan 11 run (Kopka kick), 0:47 

Third Quarter 
UM-Jordan 6 run (Kopka kick), 11:25 
UM-Kalapinski 6 run (Kopka kick), 6:14 

Fourth Quarter 
UNC-Brown 2 run (McGee kick), 8:25 



First Downs 

Rushes-Yards 

Passing 

Comp-Att-Int 

Return Yards 

Sacked-Yards Lost 

Punts 

Fumbles-Lost 

Penalties-Yards 

Time of Possession 



UNC 

19 
48-154 

133 

12-26-3 

33 

5-21 

6-46.3 

8-4 

5-45 

29:10 



UM 

17 
48-268 

76 
8-19-0 

116 

1-7 
7-36.4 

2-1 

7-63 
30:50 



Maryland's 38-point 

decision matched its 

largest victory 

margin in the 

unc series 

WHICH BEGAh 

1920. 



INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS 

RUSHING-North Carolina, Black 16-57, D. Williams 9- 
35, Brown 8-28, Saunders 5-19, Dyer 4-10, Robinson 1- 
5, Huard 5-0. Maryland, Jordan 26-147, McCall 4-59, 
Arlington 2-28, Perry 4-18, Kalapinski 4-10, DeFreitas 
1-6, Sikyala 1-3, Rogers 1-3, Westley 1-1, Riley 1-1, 
Killian l-(-l), Evans l-(-2), Harrison l-(-5). 
PASSING-North Carolina, Huard 2-5-1-5, Black 10-21-2- 
128. Maryland, McCall 8-14-0-76, Harrison 0-4-0-0, Jor- 
dan 0-1-0-0. 

RECEIVING-North Carolina, Peace 4-75, Borders 2-21, 
Crumpler 2-1, Davis 1-15, Finger 1-12, Aiken 1-5, Bailey 
1-4. Maryland, Waerig 3-33, Hatala 2-25, James 2-24, 
Jordan l-(-6). 

TACKLES-North Carolina, Greenwood 8-5--13, Burgess 5- 
3--8, Savage 3-5--8. Maryland, Jones 6-7--13, Thomp- 
son 6-4-10, Bishop 5-4-9, Henderson 4-5--9, Moore 7- 
2-9. 

MISSED FIELD GOALS-North Carolina, McGee 37. 
A-27,077. 



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Duke 25 
Maryland 22 

October 30, 1999 

Byro Stadium • College Park, Mo. 




Box Score 



COLLEGE PARK, Md. - Spencer Romine passed 

for a career-high 404 yards and three touch- 
downs, including the game-winner to Scottie 

Montgomery with 1:42 left, as Duke rallied to 

upset Maryland 25-22. 

Duke (2-6, 2-3 ACC) trailed 22-17 before 

Romine guided the Blue Devils on a 70-yard, 

12-play drive. Facing fourth-and-goal from the 

14, Romine hit Montgomery over the middle 

for the decisive score. 

LaMont Jordan ran for a career-high 227 

yards for the Terrapins (5-3, 2-3), trying to 

clinch their first winning season since 1995. 

Jordan, who had 165 yards rushing in the 

first half, became the fourth Maryland player 

to run for 1,000 yards in a season. The junior raised his 

career total to 1,082 yards with three games left, and his 227-yard effort on 24 

carries was the third-best in school history. 

Romine completed 27-of-42 passes, including eight to Richmond Flowers for 173 

yards. 

A 59-yard punt pinned Duke 
on their 4 early in the second 
half, and Maryland got a 
safety and a 19-14 lead when 
Romine was called for inten- 
tional grounding in the end 
zone. 

The Terrapins then fumbled 
away the free kick, and Sims 
Lenhardt kicked a 32-yard 
field goal to bring Duke to 19- 
17. Late in the quarter, how- 
ever, Lenhardt missed a 
chance to put the Blue Devils 
ahead when his 43-yard field 
goal attempt was blocked by 
Kris Jenkins. 

Maryland made it 22-17 
with 8:46 remaining when 
Brian Kopka kicked a 28-yard 
field goal to end a 13-play 
drive that featured two key 
penalties. A 61-yard run by 
Jordan was brought back be- 
cause of holding, but later 
Duke was called for a personal 
foul after quarterback Calvin 
McCall came up short on a 
third-down run. 



Second Quarter 

UM-Kopka 32 FG, 13:19 

DU-Flowers 69 pass from Romine (Lenhardt kick), 11:08 

UM-Sikyala 11 run (Kopka kick), 3:49 

UM-Hatala 17 run (Kopka kick), 1:15 

DU-Flowers 19 pass from Romine (Lenhardt kick), 0:16 
Third Quarter 

UM-Safety, Romine intentional grounding in end zone, 
11:49 

DU-Lenhardt 32 FG, 10:03 
Fourth Quarter 

UM- Kopka 28 FG, 8:46 

DU-Montgomery 14 pass from Romine (Flowers pass from 
Romine), 1:42 



First Downs 

Rushes-Yards 

Passing 

Comp-Att-Int 

Return Yards 

Sacked-Yards Lost 

Punts 

Fumbles-Lost 

Penalties-Yards 

Time of Possession 



Duke 

18 
25-(-5) 

404 

27-42-0 

41 

3-29 

6-53.2 

0-0 

7-58 

28:27 



UM 

19 
51-318 

72 

7-19-2 

35 

2-25 

5-48.8 

2-1 

6-50 

31:33 



INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS 

RUSHING-Duke, Hill 6-14, Epperson 7-12, Wilks 4-2, Mont- 
gomery l-(-5), Romine 5-(-24), Team 2-(-4). Maryland, 
Jordan 24-227, Sikyala 7-46, McCall 15-27, Hatala 2-16, 
Gary 1-2, Kalapinski 1-2, Team l-(-2). 
PASSING-Duke, Romine 27-42-0-404. Maryland McCall 
7-18-1-72, Patterson 1-0-1-0. 

RECEIVING-Duke, Montgomery 9-121, Flowers 8-173, 
Erdeljac 4-45. Dupree 2-20, Epperson 2-13, Pierce 1-20. 
Moore 1-12. Maryland, Arrington 3-26, Gary 2-23, Hatala 
1-19, Patterson 1-4. 

TACKLES-Duke, Stallmeyer 7-4-11, DeLamielleure 5-4-- 
9, Combs 7-0-7. Maryland, Moore 4-8-12, Thompson 
9-2-11. 

MISSED FIELD GOALS-Duke, Lenhardt 43 (blocked) 
A-30,222. 



LaMont Jordan, who 
had 165 yards 

rushing in the first 

hale. became the 

fourth Maryland 

player to run for 

1.000 yards in a 

SEASON. 



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NC State 30 
Maryland 17 

November 6, 1999 
CaRTER-FiNiEY Stmiiiim • Rmeigh. N.C. 





Box Score 





1st 


2nd 


3rd 


4t/l 


Final 








1st 


2nd 


3rd 


4 th 


Final 


Maryland 


7 


3 





7 


17 






Maryland 





3 





7 


10 


NC State 


7 


17 


6 





30 






Florida State 


7 


21 


14 


7 


49 



RALEIGH, N.C. - Jamie Barnette threw for two 
touchdowns to set an Atlantic Coast Conference 
record and Kent Passingham kicked three field 
goals as North Carolina State beat Maryland 30- 
17. 

Barnette, playing in his final home game and 
passing 23 of 37 for 324 yards, moved to the 
top of the ACC career touchdown passing list 
with 59, two more than Florida State's Danny 
Kannell. 

Barnette's second TD pass gave the Wolfpack 
(6-4, 3-4 ACC) a 24-10 lead with 11 seconds 
left in the first half. Barnette was flushed out 
of the pocket before throwing to the end zone 
to a wide-open Andy Vanderveer. 

NC State increased its lead to 30-10 with 2:33 to go in the 
third guarter after Passingham kicked field goals of 26 and 31 yards on consecutive 
possessions. 

Maryland (5-4, 2-4), on the verge of its first winning season since 1995, cut the 
lead to 30-17 on LaMont 
Jordan's 1-yard touchdown run 
with 12:12 left in the game. 
Jordan, Maryland's top rusher 
with an average of 135.3 yards 
per game, was held to 75. 

After swapping the lead 
twice early, the Wolfpack went 
ahead 17-10 on Ray Robinson's 
1-yard touchdown run with 
3:18 to go in the second guar- 
ter. 

Maryland led 7-0 when NC 
State's Rahshon Spikes 
fumbled on the first play of the 
game and Tony Okanlawon car- 
ried the loose ball 21 yards for 
a touchdown. 

Barnette got NC State into 
the game by capping a 12-play, 
80-yard drive with a 23-yard 
scoring pass to Chris Coleman. 
After Passingham's 27-yard 
field goal with 13:53 left in 
the second guarter, the Terra- 
pins moved inside the NC State 
20, but settled for Brian 
Kopka's 31-yard field goal to 
tie the score at 10-10 with INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS 
9:12 to go in the half. RUSHING-Maryland. Jordan 20-75. Harrison 2-38, 

Kalapinski 1-5, Riley 1-3, Team l-(-2), McCall 8-(-13). 

NC State, R. Robinson 30-153, Doggett 4-36, Leak 1-5. 

Spikes 1-1, Robinson 3-0, Barnette 5-(-15). 

PASSING-Maryland. McCall 12-19-0-135, Harrison 0-6- 

3-0. NC State, Barnette 23-37-0-324. 

RECEIVING-Maryland. Gary 5-67, Cheeseboro 2-33, 

Arrington 2-6, James 1-17, Jordan 1-7, Kalapinski 1-5. 

NC State, K. Robinson 7-119, Peterson 5-47, Vanderveer 

3-38. Coleman 2-34, Doggett 2-31, Gray 1-26, Simmons 

1-12, Jackson 1-9, Leak 1-8. 

TACKLES-Maryland, Cowsette 6-8-14, Thompson 10-3- 

13. Okanlawon 10-2-12. Littles 5-6-11. Lyght 8-3- 

11, Moore 4-6-10. NC State, C. White 6-5-11. Fisher 6- 

1-7, Bumette 4-2-6. 

MISSED FIELD GOALS-NC State, Passingham 36. 

A-47,211. 



first Quarter 

UM-Okanlawon 21 fumble return (Kopka kick), 14:44 

NCS-Coleman 23 pass from Barnette (Passingham kick), 
9:53 
Second Quarter 

NCS-Passingham 27 FG, 13:53 

UM-Kopka 31 FG, 9:12 

NCS-R. Robinson 1 run (Passingham kick), 3:18 

NCS-Vanderveer 9 pass from Barnette (Passingham kick), 
0:11 
Third Quarter 

NCS-Passingham 26 FG, 9:01 

NCS-Passingham 31 FG, 2:33 
Fourth Quarter 

UM-Jordan 1 run (Kopka kick), 12:12 





UM 


NCS 


First Downs 


12 


27 


Rushes-Yards 


33-106 


44-180 


Passing 


135 


324 


Comp-Att-Int 


12-25-3 


23-37-0 


Return Yards 


157 


81 


Sacked-Yards Lost 


3-26 


1-1 


Punts-Avg. 


6-43.5 


3-40.7 


Fumbles-Lost 


1-1 


2-1 


Penalties-Yards 


6-50 


7-49 


Time of Possession 


25:18 


34:42 




Tony Okanlawon's 
returned fumble for a 
TD was Maryland's 

first since Peter 
tlmmins rrought one 

rack on Oct. 31. 

1998 against Georgia 

Tech. 



111 Florida Stati 
Maryland 10 

November 13, 1999 

Dork Campbell Strdium • Tolwvlssee, Ful 



TALLAHASSEE, Fla. - After weeks of incon- 
sistent performances, top-ranked Florida State 
looked deserving of its ranking as senior quar- 
terback Chris Weinke threw six touchdown 
passes — three to Peter Warrick — as the 
Seminoles dominated Maryland 49-10, reach- 
ing 10 victories for the 13th straight season. 
The Seminoles (10-0, 8-0 ACC) set the 
stage for a meeting at Florida which, with a 
win, would guarantee a second straight trip 
to the national championship game. 

Weinke, who did not play in the fourth 
quarter, threw four touchdown passes by half- 
time. He had two 6-yard scoring throws to 
Ron Dugans, another 5-yard TD to Warrick and 
a 30-yarder to Atrews Bell as the Seminoles built a 28-3 lead. 
Weinke combined with Warrick on scoring plays covering 26 and 28 yards in the 
third period as the Seminoles increased the lead to 42-3. Marcus Outzen's 35-yard 
touchdown pass to Greg Moore in the fourth quarter completed Florida State's scor- 
ing. 

Maryland (5-5, 2-5) was 
hurt by five turnovers and also 
had two punts blocked, off- 
setting LaMont Jordan's 169 
rushing yards — the most 
against Florida State since 
1995. The Terps pulled within 
7-3 in the second quarter on 
Brian Kopka's 38-yard field 
goal, but didn't score again 
until Eric James' 1-yard touch- 
down catch in the fourth quar- 
ter. 

Maryland, playing true 
freshman quarterback Latrez 
Harrison in his debut as a col- 
lege starter, was forced to fin- 
ish the contest with fifth-year 
senior and third-string quar- 
terback Trey Evans after 
Harrison left the game with 
an ankle sprain in the second 
quarter. Evans finished 9 of 16 
passing for 56 yards and four 
interceptions. 

Warrick caught nine passes 
for 134 yards and became the 
ACC's career leader with 3,427 
receiving yards. Weinke was 
23-of-33 for 304 yards. 



Box Score 



First Quarter 
FSU-Dugans 6 pass from Weinke (Janikowski kick), 5:13 

Second Quarter 
UM-Kopka 38 FG, 14:19 

FSU-Warrick 5 pass from Weinke (Janikowski kick), 6:51 
FSU-Dugans 6 pass from Weinke (Janikowski kick), 3:53 
FSU-Bell 30 pass from Weinke (Janikowski kick), :42 

Third Quarter 
FSU-Warrick 26 pass from Weinke (Janikowski 

kick), 10:41 
FSU-Warrick 28 pass from Weinke (Janikowski kick), 3:52 

Fourth Quarter 
FSU-Moore 35 pass from Outzen (Janikowski kick), 9:23 
UM-James 1 pass from Evans (Kopka kick), 5:51 



First Downs 

Rushes-Yards 

Passing 

Comp-Att-Int 

Return Yards 

Sacked-Yards Lost 

Punts-Avg. 

Fumbles-Lost 

Penalties-Yards 

Time of Possession 



UM 

12 
42-148 

73 

11-20-4 

3 

1-11 

6-33.3 

4-1 

7-47 

37:45 



FSU 

25 
24-86 

373 
28-44-2 

79 

2-13 
4-48.3 

0-0 
8-99 
22:15 



INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS 

RUSHING-Maryland. Jordan 27-169, Kalapinski 1-9. 
Harrison 1-6, Perry 1-1, Sikyala 2-0, Arrington 2-(-10), 
Evans 8-(-27). Florida St.. Minor 10-55. Ford 3-12. 
Maddox 1-9. Chaney 2-7, Weinke 1-2. Kendra 1-2. Maher 
1-2. Maeder 1-2. Outzen 4-(-5). 
PASSING-Maryland. Evans 9-16-4-56. Harrison 2-4-0-17. 
Florida St., Weinke 23-33-1-304. Outzen 3-6-0-60. Jones 
2-5-1-9. 

RECEIVING-Maryland, Gary 4-21. Patterson 2-26, Jor- 
dan 2-9, Monroe 1-15. James 1-1. Waerig 1-1. Florida 
St.. Warrick 9-134, Minnis 3-56, Bell 3-41, Dugans 3-30. 
Boldin 3-17. Ford 2-23. Minor 2-21, Moore 1-35, Maddox 
1-9. Kendra 1-7. 

TACKLES-Maryland, Henderson 6-5-11, Moore 4-7-11. 
Florida St.. Polley 5-6-11, Reynolds 6-2-8. 
A-80.340 



LaMont Jordan's 169 

roshing yards against 

the Seminoles were 

the most against 

Florida State since 

1995. 



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MARYLAND TO O^AjL L -_ I- 9_9 9 REVIEW 



Virginia 34 
Maryland 30 

November 20, 1999 

Byrd Stadium • Oouege Park, Mo. 




Bok Score 





1st 


2nd 


3rd 


4 th 


Final 


Virginia 


17 





10 


7 


34 


Maryland 


3 


14 


7 


6 


30 



COLLEGE PARK, Md. - Dan Ellis threw a 

20-yard touchdown pass to Billy McMullen with 

26 seconds left as Virginia overcame a school- 
record 306-yard rushing performance by 

LaMont Jordan to beat Maryland, 34-30. 

Jordan's rushing effort was the third-best in 

ACC history. 

Virginia (7-4, 5-3 ACC) dashed the Terra- 
pins' postseason bowl hopes when McMullen's 

catch on the left side of the end zone capped 

a 76-yard, game-winning drive. The Cavaliers 

had gotten the ball on their own 24 with no 

timeouts left and down by three points. 
Ellis went 21-for-34 for 276 yards and 

four touchdowns. Virginia's Thomas Jones ran 

for 91 yards and broke the ACC single-season rushing 

record set in 1970. 

Maryland (5-6, 2-6 ACC), poised to make its first trip to the postseason since 

1990, rallied from an early 17-0 deficit behind Jordan, whose sensational perfor- 
mance included a 90-yard 
touchdown run. The Terps had 
taken a 30-27 lead on a 22- 
yard field goal by Brian Kopka 
with 5:18 left and appeared 
certain of victory when a 
fourth-down pass by Ellis fell 
incomplete with 1:40 to go. 
But Maryland failed to get a 
first down to set the stage for 
Virginia's comeback. 

Jordan carried the ball 37 
times as Maryland amassed 
445 yards on the ground, their 
most since a 582-yard effort 
against Virginia in 1985. Jor- 
dan finished the season with 
1,632 yards, the highest to- 
tal by a junior in ACC history. 
Maryland coach Ron 
Vanderlinden pulled out all 
the stops in an effort to win 
the game, replacing freshman 
quarterback Latrez Harrison 
after three series with the 
Terrapins down 17-0. Randall 
Jones, who led the offense 
last year but was moved to 
safety after the season 
opener, took over and brought 
Maryland back into a tie by 
halftime. 



First Quarter 

UVa-Greene 42 FG, 9:59 

UVa-Barber 2 pass from Ellis (Greene kick), 7:28 

UVa-Mason 50 pass from Ellis (Greene kick), 5:08 

UM-Kopka 41 FG, 0:30 
Second Quarter 

UM-Jordan 9 run (Kopka kick), 12:06 

UM-Waerig 17 pass from R.Jones (Kopka kick), 2:39 
Third Quarter 

UM-Jordan 90 run (Kopka kick), 10:58 

UVa-Greene 43 FG, 10:21 

UVa-Crawford 11 pass from Ellis (Greene kick), 2:46 
Fourth Quarter 

UM-Kopka 25 FG, 12:20 

UM-Kopka 22 FG, 5:18 

UVa-McMullen 20 pass from Ellis (Greene kick), 0:26 



First Downs 

Rushes-Yards 

Passing 

Comp-Art-Int 

Return Yards 

Sacked-Yards Lost 

Punts 

Fumbies-Lost 

Penalties-Yards 

Time of Possession 



UVa 

22 
35-110 

276 
21-37-1 

166 

2-9 
4-41.3 

2-2 

5-45 
24:08 



UM 

22 
68-445 

69 
7-19-0 

45 

0-0 
5-43.6 

1-1 

8-69 
35:52 



INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS 

RUSHING-Virginia, T.Jones 28-91, Ellis 7-19. Maryland, 
Jordan 37-306, Kalapinski 13-64, R.Jones 10-41, Sikyala 
4-19, Perry 3-18, Harrison l-(-3). 
PASSING-Virginia. Ellis 21-34-1-276, Team 0-3-0-0. Mary- 
land, R. Jones 4-9-0-60, Harrison 2-7-0-0, Evans 1-1-0- 
9, Team 0-2-0-0. 

RECEIVING-Virginia, McMullen 6-78, Coffey 4-54, Ma- 
son 3-69, Crawford 3-38, Hawkins 2-23. T.Jones 2-12, 
Baber 1-2. Maryland, Arrington 2-29, Cheeseboro 2-23, 
Waering 1-17, Kalapinski 1-7, Monroe l-(-7). 
TACKLES-Virginia. fhwea ".-2--10, Taylor 8-2-10, M. 
Anderson 7-2-9, Williams 6-2-8, Harris 4-4-8. Mary- 
land, Moore 7-4-11, Littles 6-4-10, Thompson 6-4- 
10. 

MISSED FIELD GOALS I' i. 47 (blocked) 

A-32,334. 



Jordan ran for a 

Marviand record 306 

yards and the terps 

gained 445 yards on 

the grodno, their most 

since a 582-yard 

effort against virginia 

in 1985. 



Terps In The NCAA Rankings 



NCAA / Kickoff Returns-Team 

2nd 26.4 YPR 
NCAA / Turnover Margin-Team 

11th +0.82 Margin PG 
NCAA / Rushing Offense-Team 

12th 231.4 YPG 
NCAA / Rushing Defense-Team 

39th 126.4 YPG 
NCAA / Scoring Defense-Team 

46th 23.6 PPG 
NCAA / Total Offense-Team 

54th 375.0 YPG 
NCAA / Punt Returns-Team 

54th 9.5 YPR 
NCAA / Scoring Offense-Team 

56th 26.5 PPG 
NCAA / Total Defense-Team 

62nd 373.8 YPG 
NCAA / Net Punting-Team 

62nd 35.3 YPP 



NCAA / Rushing-Individual 

5th LaMont Jordan, 148.36 YPG 
NCAA / All-Purpose-Individual 

9th LaMont Jordan, 167.30 YPG 
NCAA / Interceptions-Individual 

T-lOth Lewis Sanders, 0.55 IPG 
NCAA/Scoring-Individual 

T-llth LaMont Jordan, 9.27 PPG 

44th Brian Kopka, 7.27 PPG 
NCAA / Kickoff Returns-Individual 

12th Lewis Sanders, 26.78 YPR 
NCAA / Field Goals-Individual 

T-19th Brian Kopka, 1.45 FGPG 
NCAA / Punting-Individual 

34th Brooks Barnard, 42.07 YPG 



Terps In The ACC Rankings 



ACC / Rushing Offense-Team 

1st 231.4 YPG 

ACC / Kickoff Returns-Team 

1st 26.4 YPR 
ACC / Turnover Margin-Team 

T-lst +0.82 Margin PG 
ACC / First Downs Defense-Team 

3rd 19.6 FDPG 
ACC / Rushing Defense-Team 

3rd 126.4 YPG 
ACC / Scoring Defense-Team 

4th 23.6 PPG 
ACC / Total Defense-Team 

5th 373.8 YPG 

ACC / Total Offense-Team 

5th 375.0 YPG 
ACC / Scoring Offense-Team 

5th 26.6 PPG 




ACC / Interceptions-Individual 

T-lst Lewis Sanders, 0.55 IPG 
ACC / Rushing-Individual 

2nd LaMont Jordan, 148.36 YPG 
ACC / All-Purpose Yards-Individual 

2nd LaMont Jordan, 167.3 YPG 
ACC / Kickoff Returns-Individual 

3rd Lewis Sanders, 26.8 YPR 
ACC / Scoring-Individual 

T-3rd LaMont Jordan, 9.27 PPG 

7th Brian Kopka, 7.27 PPG 
ACC / Punting-Individual 

4th Brooks Barnard, 42.1 YPP 
ACC / Field Goals-Individual 

T-4th Brian Kopka, 1.45 FGPG 
ACC / Total Offense-Individual 

7th Calvin McCall, 168.9 YPG 

9th LaMont Jordan, 153.8 YPG 
ACC / Punt Returns-Individual 

7th Guilian Gary, 8.9 YPR 
ACC / Tackles-Individual 

2nd Marlon Moore, 11.8 TPG 

7th Aaron Thompson, 10.1 TPG 
ACC / Tackles For Loss-Individual 

4th Aaron Thompson, 17 
ACC / Passes Broken Up-Individual 

4th Lewis Sanders, 14 



LaMont Jordan was second in 
the ACC and fifth in the 
nation in rushing. 



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Terp Tin bits 

► WUSATV sports 
director Jess Atkinson 
(lefU. who is Maryland's 
all-time scoring leader 
(308 points], helped the 
Terps to two of their eight 
ACC championships, in 
1983 and 1984. 

► 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 531 wins 
entering the 2000 season. 



Annual Records & Finishes 124 

All-Time Composite Totals 125 

Coaching History 126 

Year-by-Year Results 127 

All-Time Series Results 134 

All-Time Series Records 137 

Terps in the Final Rankings 138 

All-Time Lettermen 139 







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. SC-Southern Conference. ACC-Attantic 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.T 


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' 


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 1 


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. Edw; 


rd 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) 








H.C. "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 




142 (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 


1-1-1 


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 




1926 


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 


14th 


Frank Dobson 




1940 


2-6-1 


0-3-1 


0-3-0 


2-0-0 


39 (4.3 


171 (19.0) 


SC 


0-1-1 


12th 


Jack Faber 




1941 


3-5-1 


2-1-0 


0-2-0 


1-2-1 


49 (5.4 


196 (21.8) 


SC 


1-2-0 


12th 
13th 


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 


Clark Shaughnessy 




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 


0-3-0 


1-1-0 


46 (5.1) 


170 (18.9) 


SC 


1-1-0 


6th 


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 




1946 


3-6-0 


2-2-0 


0-4-0 


1-0-0 
0-1-1 


136 (15.1 

207 (18.8) 


193 (21.4) 


SC 


2-5-0 


12th 


Clark Shaughnessy 




1947 


7-2-2 


3-0-1 


4-1-0 


121 (11.0) 


SC 


3-2-1 


T-6th 


Jim Tatum 


Gator Bowl (Georgia, T, 20-20) 


1948 


6-4-0 


2-2-0 


4-2-0 




207 (20. 7 


132 (13.2) 


SC 


4-2-0 


6th 


Jim Tatum 




1949 


9-1-0 


4-0-0 


4-1-0 


1-0-0 


266 (26.6) 


81 (8.1) 


SC 


4-0-0 


2nd 


Jim Tatum #14 


Gator Bowl (Missouri, W, 20-7) 


1950 


7-2-1 


3-1-0 


3-1-1 


1-0-0 


274 (27.4 


120 (12.0) 


SC 


4-1-1 


5th 


Jim Tatum 




1951 


10-0-0 


5-0-0 


3-0-0 


2-0-0 


381 (38.1 1 


75 (7.5) 


SC 


5-0-0 


T-lst 


Jim Tatum #3 


Sugar Bowl (Tennessee, W, 28-13) 


1952 


7-2-0 


3-0-0 


4-2-0 




218 (24.2) 


85 (9.4) 








Jim Tatum #13 





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Annual ne cords and Finishes 



Year 
1953 
1954 
1955 
1956 
1957 
1958 
1959 
1960 
1961 
1962 
1963 
1964 
1965 
1966 
1967 
1968 
1969 
1970 
1971 
1972 
1973 
1974 
1975 
1976 
1977 
1978 
1979 
1980 
1981 
1982 
1983 
1984 
1985 
1986 
1987 
1988 
1989 
1990 
1991 
1992 
1993 
1994 
1995 
1996 
1997 
1998 
1999 



Overall 

Record 

10-1-0 

7-2-1 

10-1-0 

2-7-1 

5-5-0 

4-6-0 

5-5-0 

6-4-0 

7-3-0 

6-4-0 

3-7-0 

5-5-0 

4-6-0 

4-6-0 

0-9-0 

2-8-0 

3-7-0 

2-9-0 

2-9-0 

5-5-1 

8-4-0 

8-4-0 

9-2-1 

11-1-0 

8-4-0 

9-3-0 

7-4-0 

8-4-0 

4-6-1 

8-4-0 

8-4-0 

9-3-0 

9-3-0 

5-5-1 

4-7-0 

5-6-0 

3-7-1 

6-5-1 

2-9-0 

3-8-0 

2-9-0 

4-7- 

6-5- 

5-6- 

2-9- 

3- 



5-6-0 



H 
5-0-0 
5-0-0 
5-0-0 
0-3-1 
3-2-0 
1-2-0 
4-1-0 
2-2-0 
4-1-0 
4-1-0 
2-3-0 
3-2-0 
1-4-0 
4-1-0 
0-4-0 
2-3-0 
2-3-0 
1-5-0 
2-4-0 
4-1-0 
4-2-0 
5-1-0 
4-1-0 
6-0-0 
4-2-0 
4-1-0 
5-1-0 
5-1-0 
2-2-0 
5-1-0 
5-1-0 
2-2-0 
4-1-0 
1-3-0 
3-1-0 
3-2-0 
2-3-0 
3-1-0 
1-3-0 
2-4-0 
1-4-0 
3-2-0 
3-2-0 
4-2-0 
1-5-0 
2-3-0 
3-3-0 



A 

4-0-0 

2-2-1 

-0-0 

-4-0 

-3-0 

-3-0 

-3-0 

-2-0 

-2-0 

-3-0 

-3-0 

-3-0 

-2-0 

0-5-0 

0-5-0 

0-4-0 

1-4-0 

1-3-0 

0-5-0 

1-4-1 

3-1-0 

2-1-0 

4-1-1 

5-0-0 

3-2-0 

5-1-0 

2-3-0 

3-2-0 

2-4-1 

3-2-0 

3-2-0 

5-1-0 

3-1-0 

4-2-0 

1-5-0 

2-4-0 

1-4-0 

3-3-0 

1-5-0 

1-4-0 

1-5-0 

1-5-0 

3-3-0 

1-3-0 

1-4-0 

1-4-0 

2-3-0 



N 
1-1-0 

0-1-0 



0-1-0 
0-1-0 



0-1-0 
1-0-0 



0-1-0 
0-1-0 



1-1-0 
1-2-0 
1-0-0 
0-1-0 
1-0-0 
0-1-0 

0-1-0 

0-1-0 
0-1-0 
2-0-0 
2-1-0 
0-0-1 
0-1-0 

0-0-1 
0-1-1 
0-1-0 



0-1-0 
0-1-0 





PI 




PA 


298 


27.1 


38 (3.5) 


280 


28.0 


67 


(6.7) 


217 


19.7 


77 


(7.0) 


68 


(6.8 


168 


16.8) 


119 


11.9 


144 


14.4) 


132 


13.2 


175 


17.5) 


184 


18.4 


188 


18.8) 


171 


17.1 


164 


16.4) 


156 


15.6 


141 


14.1) 


170 


17.0 


128 


12.8) 


148 


14.8 


201 


20.1) 


164 


16.4 


126 


12.6) 


132 


13.2 


164 


16.4) 


180 


18.0 


204 


20.4) 


46 


(5.1 


231 


25.7) 


171 


17.1 


299 


29.9) 


100 


10.0 


249 


24.9) 


112 


10.2 


241 


21.9) 


224 


20.4 


283 


25.7) 


243 


22.1 


217 


19.7) 


335 


27.9 


141 


11.8) 


312 


26.0 


150 


12.5) 


312 


26.0 


150 


12.5) 


294 


24.5 


115 


(9.6) 


254 


21.2 


179 


14.9) 


261 


21.8 


167 


13.9) 


198 


18.0 


135 


12.3) 


211 


17.6 


165 


13.8) 


232 


21.1 


194 


17.6) 


373 


31.1 


220 


18.3) 


316 


26.3 


253 


21.1) 


380 


31.7 


280 


23.3) 


326 


27.2 


192 


16.0) 


262 


23.8 


211 


19.2) 


194 


17.6, 


301 


27.4) 


260 


23.6 


304 


27.6) 


215 


19.5 


238 


21.6) 


237 


19.8 


284 


23.7) 


138 


12.5 


302 


27.5) 


292 


26.5 


365 


33.2) 


243 


22.1' 


479 


43.5) 


270 


24.5 1 


326 


29.6) 


210 


19.1 


251 


22.8) 


187 


17.0 


239 


21.7) 


161 


14.6' 


355 
290 


32.3) 


202 


18.4 


26.4) 


292 


26.5 


260 


23.6) 



Conf. 

ACC 
ACC 
ACC 
ACC 
ACC 
ACC 
ACC 
ACC 
ACC 
ACC 
ACC 
ACC 
ACC 
ACC 
ACC 
ACC 
ACC 
ACC 
ACC 
ACC 
ACC 
ACC 
ACC 
ACC 
ACC 
ACC 
ACC 
ACC 
ACC 
ACC 
ACC 
ACC 
ACC 
ACC 
ACC 
ACC 
ACC 
ACC 
ACC 
ACC 
ACC 
ACC 
ACC 
ACC 
ACC 
ACC 
ACC 



Conf. 
Rec. 

3-0-0 
4-0-1 
4-0-0 
2-2-1 

4-3-0 
3-3-0 
4-2-0 
5-2-0 
3-3-0 
5-2-0 
2-5-0 
4-3-0 
3-3-0 
3-3-0 
0-6-0 
2-5-0 
3-3-0 
2-4-0 
1-4-0 
3-2-1 
5-1-0 
6-0-0 
5-0-0 
5-0-0 
4-2-0 
5-1-0 
4-2-0 
5-1-0 
4-2-0 
5-1-0 
6-0-0 
6-0-0 
6-0-0 
2-3-1 
3-3-0 
4-3-0 
2-5-0 
4-3-0 
2-5-0 
2-6-0 
2-6-0 
2-6-0 
4-4-0 
3-5-0 
1-7-0 
1-7-0 
2-6-0 



Conf. 

Finish 

T-lst 

2nd 

T-lst 

4th 

T-3rd 

5th 

3rd 

3rd 

3rd 

3rd 

5th 

T-3rd 

T-5th 

T-3rd 

8th 

7th 

T-3rd 

T-6th 

7th 

3rd 

2nd 

1st 

1st 

1st 

T-3rd 

2nd 

T-2nd 

2nd 

3rd 

2nd 

1st 

1st 

1st 

5th 

5th 

T-4th 

6th 

4th 

6th 

8th 

T-7th 

7th 

T-5th 

T-6th 

8th 

T-8th 

T-8th 



Final AP 
Rank 

HI 



Coach 

Jim Tatum 
Jim Tatum 
Jim Tatum 
Tommy Mont 
Tommy Mont 
Tommy Mont 
Tom Nugent 
Tom Nugent 
Tom Nugent 
Tom Nugent 
Tom Nugent 
Tom Nugent 
Tom Nugent 
Lou Saban 
Bob Ward 
Bob Ward 
Roy Lester 
Roy Lester 
Roy Lester 
Jerry Claiborne 
Jerry Claiborne 
Jerry Claiborne 
Jerry Claiborne 
Jerry Claiborne 
Jerry Claiborne 
Jerry Claiborne 
Jerry Claiborne 
Jerry Claiborne 
Jerry Claiborne 
Bobby Ross 
Bobby Ross 
Bobby Ross 
Bobby Ross 
Bobby Ross 
Joe Krivak 
Joe Krivak 
Joe Krivak 
Joe Krivak 
Joe Krivak 
Mark Duffner 
Mark Duffner 
Mark Duffner 
Mark Duffner 
Mark Duffner 
Ron Vanderlinden 
Ron Vanderlinden 
Ron Vanderlinden 



K8 
»3 



Bowl Game 

Orange Bowl (Oklahon 

Orange Bowl (Oklahoma, L, 20-6) 



#20 

#13 

#13 

#8 

#20 



#20 

#12 
#18 



Peach Bowl (Georgia, L, 17-16) 
Liberty Bowl (Tennessee, L, 7-3) 
Gator Bowl (Florida, W, 13-0) 
Cotton Bowl (Houston, L, 30-21) 
Hall of Fame Bowl (Minnesota, W, 17-7) 
Sun Bowl (Texas, L, 42-0) 

Tangerine Bowl (Florida, L, 35-20) 

Aloha Bowl (Washington, L, 21-20) 
Fla. Citrus Bowl (Tennessee, L, 30-23) 
Sun Bowl (Tennessee, W, 28-27) 
Cherry Bowl (Syracuse, W, 35-18) 



Independence Bowl (La. Tech, T, 34-34) 



All-Time Composite Totals 



All-Time Record 531-479-43 (.525) 

Total Games 1053 

Home 284-165-17 (.628) 

At Byrd Stadium (since 1950) 152-97-1 (.610) 

Away 185-261-16 (.418) 

Neutral 62-53-10 (.536) 

Points Scored 17,389 

Points Against 16,238 

Bowl Games 6-9-2 (.412) 



All Conference Games 225-189-13 (.542) 

Total Conference Games 427 

South Atlantic Intercollegiate Athletic Assoc. Games 1-1-0 (.500) 

Southern Conference Games 65-55-9 (.523) 

Atlantic Coast Conference Games 160-134-4 (.544) 

Total Atlantic Coast Conference Games 298 



ACC Finishes 

First 8 

Second 6 

Third 11 

Fourth 3 



Fifth 6 

Sixth 4 

Seventh 4 

Eighth 5 



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Coaching History 



Coach 

Will Skinner 
Samuel Harding 
J.G. Bannon 
Grenville Lewis 
Frank Kenly 
S.M. Cooke 
F.H. Peters 
Emmons Dunbar 
D. John Markey 
Fred Neilsen 
Charles Melick 
Bill Lang 

Bill Lang & E. Larkin 
Royal Alston 
Charley Donnelly 
H.C. Byrd 
Jack Faber 
Frank Dobson 
Clark Shaughnessy 
Clarence Spears 
Paul "Bear" Bryant 
Jim Tatum 
Tommy Mont 
Tom Nugent 
Lou Saban 
Bob Ward 
Roy Lester 
Jerry Claiborne 
Bobby Ross 
Joe Krivak 
Mark Duffner 
Ron Vanderlinden 



Years 

1892 

1893 

1894 

1896-97 

1898 

1899 

1900 

1901 

1902-04 

1905-06 

1907 

1908 

1909 

1910 

1911 

1911-34 

1935, 1940- 

1936-39 

1942, 1946 

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 

41 12 

18 

10 

5 

6 

73 

11 

36 

4 

2 

7 

77 

39 

20 

20 

10 



L 
3 

3 
6 
5 
4 
4 
7 
13 
7 
6 
7 
4 
3 
5 



T 




2 
1 

12 

4 





1 
1 



86 16 



13 
21 

8 
12 

2 
15 
18 
34 

6 
17 
25 
37 
19 
34 
35 
23 



Pet. 

.250 
1.000 
.571 
.563 
.312 
.200 
.434 
.125 
.483 
.611 
.333 
.364 
.333 
.611 
.450 
.580 
.483 
.462 
.556 
.306 
.722 
.815 
.383 
.514 
.400 
.015 
.291 
.671 
.669 
.375 
.367 
.303 





Conference Championships 


Year 


Conference 


Coach 


1937 


Southern 


Frank Dobson 


1951 


Southern 


Jim Tatum 


1953 


Atlantic Coast 


Jim Tatum 


1955 


Atlantic Coast 


Jim Tatum 


1974 


Atlantic Coast 


Jerry Claiborne 


1975 


Atlantic Coast 


Jerry Claiborne 


1976 


Atlantic Coast 


Jerry Claiborne 


1983 


Atlantic Coast 


Bobby Ross 


1984 


Atlantic Coast 


Bobby Ross 


1985 


Atlantic Coast 


Bobby Ross 




Jerry Claiborne (left) collects the Terps' 1974 ACC title trophy. 







Will Skinner 

(1892) 



Samuel Harding Grenville Lewis 

(1893) (1896-97) 



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Frank Kenly 

(1898) 




Emmons Dunbar 

(1901) 




O. John Markey Fred Neilsen 

(1902-04) (1905-06) 



H.C. Xurley' Byrd 

(1911-34) 







Jack Faber 

(1935, 1940-41) 



Frank Dobson 

(1936-39) 



Clark Shaughnessy Clarence Spears 

(1942, 1946) (1943-44) 




Bobby Ross 

(1982-86) 



Joe Krivak 

(1987-91) 



Mark Duffner 
(1992-96) 



Ron Vanderlinden 

(1997-present) 



Year 

1951 
1893 
1976 
1953 
1955 
1949 
1931 
1937 



Coach 

Jim Tatum 
S.H. Harding 
Jerry Claiborne 
Jim Tatum 
Jim Tatum 
Jim Tatum 
H.C. Byrd 
Ftank Dobson 



W 

10 
6 
11 
10 
10 
9 



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L 


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T 


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Pet. 








1.000 








1.000 







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.909 







.909 







.900 




1 


.850 







.800 



Most Wins in a Season 



Year 

1976 
1951 
1953 
1955 
1949 
1975 
1978 
1984 
1985 



Coach 

Jerry Claiborne 
Jim Tatum 
Jim Tatum 
Jim Tatum 
Jim Tatum 
Jerry Claiborne 
Jerry Claiborne 
Bobby Ross 
Bobby Ross 



W 

11 

10 

10 

10 

9 

9 

9 

9 

9 



Pet. 

.917 
1.000 
.909 
.909 
.900 
.792 
.750 
.750 
.750 



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Year -By- Year-Results 



.very Maryland 

Football sea! "ice 1892. Maryland was known 

U M.iivlaral Agricultural College from 1892- WIS, 
I ullege from 191 
'filiations: Atlantic Coast 
e 1953, Southern Conference from 
192151 (SC standings not available from 1921- 
32) and South Atlantic Intercollegiate Athletic 
non in 1920. 
Home games were played at Byrd Field or "Old" 
Byrd Stadium, across the street from the campus 
on Baltimore Ave., from 1923-1947 and again in 
1949. Home games in 1948 were played at Griffith 
Stadium in Washington. D.C. Home games since 1950 
have been played at Byrd Stadium on campus. 

Home, road and neutral records are in pa- 
rentheses (H, A, N). Maryland and opponent As- 
sociated Press rankings are in brackets - AP polls 
began in 1936. From 1961-1967, the Associated 
Press ranked only the nation's top 10 teams. 
• — indicates conference games 

'uiicotes homecoming games 
' — indicates games played on Thanksgiving Day 



0-3-0 (0-1, 0-1. 0-1) 
Head Coach: Will Skinner 

ll St. John's (Annapolis) L 0-50 

N5 Johns Hopkins L 0-62 

N19 Episcopal High L 0-16 

at Clifton Park. Md. 



6-0-0 (5-0. 1-0) 

Head Coach: Samuel Harding 

012 Eastern High W 36-0 

021 Central High W 10-0 

026 Baltimore City College ... W 18-0 
Nl St. John's (Annapolis) ... W 6-0 

Nil at Western Maryland W 18-10 

N17 Orient Athletic Club W 16-6 

4-3-0 (3-0 1 3) 

Head Coach: J.G. Bannon 

010 Orient Athletic Club W 30-0 

012 Western Maryland W 52-0 

020 at Washington College .. W 12-0 

027 at St. John's (Annapolis) I 6-22 

N7 Georgetown W 6-4 

N21 at Colonial Athletic Club . L 0-26 
N29 at Mount St. Mary's L 0-24 



NO TEAM 



6-2-2 (5-2-2. 1-0) 
Head Coach: GrenvfUc ' 

010 Eastern High L 0-6 

(11 ; Uillaudet T 0-0 

021 Business High W 34-0 

029 Central High W 10-6 

N4 Alexandria High W 18-0 

N10 Bethel Military W 20-10 

Episcopal High I 0-6 

N14 at Western Maryland W 16-6 

: High w K-o 

N21 Old Maryland (Baltimore) T 0-0 



2-4-0 (2-2,0-2) 

Head Coach: Grenville Lewis 

016 Central High W 24-6 

020 Eastern High W 4-0 

030 Johns Hopkins L 6-30 

N13 at St. John's (Annapolis) L 4-6 

N17 Gallaudet L 6-16 

N20 at Baltimore Medical ! .... L 0-10 
at Baltimore, Md. (Electric Park) 



2-5-1 (1-2, 1-3-1) 
Head Coach: Frank Kenly 

013 Columbian U L 5-17 

015 at Western Maryland L 0-32 

Eastern High W 36-0 

022 Gallaudet L 0-33 

026 at Rock Hill T 12-12 

029 at Johns Hopkins L 0-16 

N2 at Episcopal High L 0-37 

N5 at Rock Hill W 27-0 

1-4-0 (1-1, 0-3) 
Head Coach: S.M. Cooke 

014 Western Maryland L 0-21 

025 Eastern High W 26-0 

028 at Johns Hopkins L 0-40 

N8 at Delaware L 0-34 

N10 at St. John's (Annapolis) L 0-62 

3-4-1 (2-4-1, 1-0) 
Head Coach: F.H. Peters 

012 Western High T 0-0 

020 Gibraltar Athletic Club.... L 0-17 
024 Georgetown Prep L 0-5 

030 Episcopal High L 6-34 

N12 Georgetown Prep W 15-0 

N13 Gonzaga High L 5-11 

N24 Gonzaga High W 21-0 

N29 at Charlotte Hall AcademyW 21-0 




In just its second year of organized football. 1893, Maryland finished with a 
perfect 6-0 mark and was crowned D.C. champion. 



1-7-0 (1-4, 0-2, 0-1) 
Head Coach: I mmons Dunbar 

05 it Delaware L 6-24 

016 Gallaudet L 10-11 

019 Johns Hopkins ' L 0-6 

030 Central High L 0-11 

N9 Rock Hill L 6-11 

N13 U.S. Marines W 27-0 

N16 at Walbrook Athletic Club . I 0-36 

N23 Western Maryland L 0-30 

of American legion Park 



3-5-2 (2-2-1, 0-2-1, 1-1) 
Head Coach: D. John Markey 

015 Georgetown L 0-27 

018 Mount St. Joesph's W 5-0 

022 Columbian (G.W.) W 11-10 

025 Olympia Athletic Club : .. W 6-0 
Nl at Washington College ... T 0-0 

N8 at Mount St. Mary's L 0-5 

N15 at Western Maryland L 6-26 

N19 Old Maryland (Baltimore) L 0-5 

N22 Johns Hopkins ' L 0-17 

N29 Delaware T 0-0 

at Washington, D.C. 

at American Legion Park 



7-4-0 (4-1, 1-3, 2-0) 
Head Coach: D. John Markey 

528 Georgetown L 0-28 

02 Clifton Athletic Club W 5-0 

07 Gunton Temple W 21-0 

Oil Washington College W 28-0 

017 at St. John's (Annapolis) L 0-18 

028 Tech High ; W 27-0 

031 at Columbian W 6-0 

N7 at Mount St. Mary's L 0-2 

N14 Western Maryland : W 6-0 

N21 Old Maryland (Baltimore) W 11-0 

N27 at Delaware L 0-16 

; at Washington. D.C. 

' at Wilmington, Del. 

ill 

2-4-2 (0-0-1, 2-4-1) 
Head Coach: D. John Markey 

S24 at Georgetown L 0-22 

01 Randolph Macon T 0-0 

08 at Fort Monroe T 0-0 

015 at Mount St. Mary's W 11-6 

022 at Western Maryland L 0-5 

N5 at Old Maryland (Baltimore) L 0-6 

N19 at Gallaudet W 22-5 

N26 at Delaware ' L 0-18 

1 at Wilmington. Del. 

J] 

6-4-0 (5-1, 1-3) 
Head Coach: Fred Neilsen 
07 Baltimore Poly Institute W 20-0 

014 Gallaudet W 16-0 

021 Western Maryland L 0-10 

025 at Navy L 0-17 

028 Mount St. Joseph's W 28-0 

N4 at William & Mary W 17-0 

Nil St. John's (Annapolis) ... W 27-5 
N18 at Washington College ... L 0-17 
N25 Old Maryland (Baltimore) W 23-5 
N30 at Delaware L 0-12 

5-3-0 (3-0, 2-2, 0-1) 
Head Coach: Fred Neilsen 

529 Tech High W 5-0 

06 Baltimore City College ... W 22-0 

010 at Navy L 0-12 

013 Georgetown ' L 0-28 

020 at Mount Washington L 0-29 

N10 at St. John's (Annapolis) W 20-4 

N17 at Rock Hill W 16-0 

N24 Washington College W 35-0 

: at Washington. D.C (Griffith Stadium) 



JJ 
3-6-0 (1-2, 1-4, 1-0) 
Head Con I 
S28 Tech High 

Georgetown 0-10 

05 at Richmond L 5-11 

09 at Navy L 012 

012 at Mount St. Mary's 16-12 

026 George Washington ' W 10-0 

N9 at Washington College .. W 10-5 
N16 St. John's (Annapolis) .... L 0-16 
N23 at Gallaud.- . L 0-5 

' at Washington, D.C. (Griffith Stadium) 

n 

3-8-0 (3-4, 0-4) 
Head Coach: Bill Lang 

S26 Tech High L 5-6 

S30 Central High W 5-0 

03 at Richmond L 0-22 

010 at Johns Hopkins L 0-10 

014 Navy L 0-57 

017 Gallaudet W 5-0 

024 at George Washington .... L 0-57 

031 at Fredricksburg (Va.) .... L 0-10 

N7 Baltimore Poly W 12-0 

N14 St. John's (Annapolis) .... L 0-31 

N21 Washington College L 0-11 

T] 

2-5-0 (1-1, 1-3, 0-1) 

Head Coach: Bill Lang and Dr. Edward Larkin 

525 Tech High L 0-11 

02 at Richmond L 0-12 

09 at Johns Hopkins L 0-9 

016 Rock Hill W 5-0 

023 George Washington L 0-26 

030 at NC State L 0-33 

N6 at Gallaudet W 14-12 

at Washington, D.C. (Griffith Stadium) 

T\ 

4-3-1 (2-0, 1-3-1, 1-0) 
Head Coach: Royal Alston 

526 Central High W 12-0 

01 at Richmond W 20-0 

08 at Johns Hopkins T 11-11 

015 Catholic U W 21-0 

019 George Washington W 11-0 

N12 at Virginia Military L 0-8 

N19 at St. John's (Annapolis) L 0-6 

N24 at Western Maryland L 3-17 

' ot Washington, D.C. (Griffith Stadium) 




Curley Byrd finished his playing 
career in 1907 and became head 
coach in 1911. 



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Year-By-Year-Results 



4-4-2 (4-3-2, 0-1) 

Head Coach: Charley Donnelly/H.C. "Curley" Byrd 

Tech High W 6-0 

S30 Richmond T 0-0 

014 Fredricksburg (Va.) W 5-0 

Central High L 0-14 

021 Johns Hopkins L 3-6 

028 Catholic U T 6-6 

N4 St. John's (Annapolis) .... L 0-27 
Nil at Washington College ... L 5-17 

N18 Western Maryland W 6-0 

N25 Gallaudet W 6-2 

6-1-1 (4-0-0. 2-1-1) 

Head Coach: H.C. "Curley" Byrd 

S28 Tech High W 31-6 

05 Richmond W 46-0 

013 at Johns Hopkins W 13-0 

019 Old Maryland (Baltimore) W 58-0 
026 at St. John's (Annapolis) L 0-27 

N9 Gallaudet W 13-7 

N23 at Western Maryland W 17-7 

N30 at Pennsylvania Military . T 13-13 



6-3-0 (4-2. 2-1) 

Head Coach: H.C. "Curley" Byrd 

S27 Baltimore City College... W 27-10 

04 Richmond W 45-0 

Oil at Johns Hopkins W 26-0 

018 Western Maryland W 46-0 

025 at Navy L 0-76 

N8 at St. John's (Annapolis) W 13-0 

N14 Washington College W 20-0 

N22 Gallaudet L 0-26 

N27 Pennsylvania Military ' ... L 7-27 



5-3-0 (3-1, 2-2) 

Head Coach: H.C. "Curley" Byrd 

S26 Baltimore Poly L 0-6 

03 Catholic U W 6-0 

010 at Western Maryland L 13-20 

024 at Johns Hopkins W 14-0 

027 at St. John's (Annapolis) W 10-0 

N6 Washington College W 3-0 

N13 at Gallaudet L 0-23 

N25 at Pennsylvania Military ' W 26-0 



6-3-0 (6-0, 0-3) 

Head Coach: H.C. "Curley" Byrd 

S25 Baltimore Poly W 31-0 

02 at Haverford L 0-7 

09 at Catholic U L 0-16 

016 Gallaudet W 10-3 

023 Pennsylvania Military .... W 14-13 
030 St. John's (Annapolis) ... W 27-14 

N6 Washington College W 28-13 

N13 Western Maryland W 51-0 

N25 at Johns Hopkins ' L 0-3 13,000 

6-2-0 (4-1, 2-1) 

Head Coach: H.C. "Curley" Byrd 

06 Dickinson W 6-0 

Oil at Navy L 7-14 

018 Virginia Military W 15-9 

025 Haverford L 6-7 

N9 St. John's (Annapolis) ... W 31-6 

N16 Catholic U W 13-9 

N23 at New York U W 10-7 

N30 at Johns Hopkins ' W 54-0 7,000 

4-3*-l (3-0, 1-2-1, 0-1) 

Head Coach: H.C. "Curley" Byrd 

06 Delaware W 20-0 

013 at Navy I 0-62 

020 at Virginia Military T 14-14 

027 Wake Forest W 29-13 

N3 NC State ' I 6-10 

N10 St. John's (Annapolis)... W 13-3 

N17 at Penn State L 0-57 

N30 at Johns Hopkins ' W 7-0 

at Washington, D.C. (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 

N9 Western Maryland ' W 19-0 

N16 New York U W 6-2 

N23 St. John's (Annapolis) ' . W 19-14 

N28 at Johns Hopkins ' T 0-0 

of Baltimore, Md. (Homewood Field) 



5-4-0 (2-2, 3-2) 

Head Coach: H.C. "Curley" Byrd 

04 Swarthmore L 6-10 

Oil at Virginia W 13-0 

018 at West Virginia L 0-27 

025 Virginia Tech L 0-6 

Nl at Yale L 0-31 

N8 at St. John's (Annapolis) W 27-0 

N15 Catholic U W 13-0 

N22 Western Maryland W 20-0 

N27 at Johns Hopkins ' W 14-0 15,000 



7-2-0 (3-0, 4-2) 

SAIAA: 1-1-0 

Head Coach: H.C. "Curley" Byrd 

S25 Randolph Macon W 54-0 

02 at Rutgers L 0-6 

09 • at Princeton t 0-35 

016 Washington College W 27-0 

023 • at Virginia Tech W 7-0 

030 at North Carolina W 13-0 

N6 at Catholic U W 14-0 

N13 at Syracuse W 10-7 

N25 Johns Hopkins ' W 24-7 



3-5-1 (0-1, 2-3, 1-1-1) 

SC: 1-2-0 

Head Coach: H.C. "Curley" Byrd 

01 at Rutgers W 3-0 

08 at Syracuse L 0-42 

015 St. John's (Annapolis) .... L 3-7 

022 • Virginia Tech ' W 10-7 

029 • North Carolina ' I 7-16 

N5 at Yale L 0-28 

N12 at Catholic U W 16-0 

N19 at Carnegie Tech L 0-21 

N24 • NC State" T 6-6 

' at Washington, D.C. 

' 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 

07 • Richmond T 0-0 

014 at Pennsylvania L 0-12 

021 at Princeton L 0-26 

028 • at North Carolina L 3-27 

N4 • at Virginia Tech L 0-21 

Nil at Yale L 3-45 

N18 at Johns Hopkins W 3-0 

N25 at Catholic U W 54-0 

N30 • at NC State' W 7-6 

' at Baltimore, Md. (Homewood Field) 



7-2-1 (5-0, 2-1, 0-1-1) 

SC: 3-1-0 

Head Coach: H.C. "Curley" Byrd 

S29 Randolph Macon W 53-0 

06 at Pennsylvania W 3-0 

013 • Richmond W 23-0 

020 • Virginia Tech ' L 9-16 

027 • North Carolina W 14-0 

N3 St. John's (Annapolis) ... W 28-0 

N10 at Yale L 14-16 20.000 

N17 • at NC State W 26-12 

N24 Catholic U. "' W 40-6 3.000 

N29 Johns Hopkins T 6-6 

at Washington, D.C. (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" Byrd 

S27 Washington College W 23-0 

04 • Washington & Lee L 7-19 

Oil • Richmond W 38-0 

018 • Virginia Tech ' L 0-12 

025 • at North Carolina W 6-0 

Nl at Catholic U T 0-0 

N8 at Yale L 0-47 20,000 

N15 • NC State T 0-0 

N27 Johns Hopkins " T 0-0 20,000 

' at Washington D.C. (Central H.S. Stadium) 
' at Baltimore, Md. (Memorial Stadium) 



2-5-1 (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 ' W 16-0 

017 • Virginia Tech '' L 0-3 

024 "at Virginia L 0-6 

031 • North Carolina ' L 0-16 

N7 at Yale L 14-43 

N14 • Washington & Lee L 3-7 

N26 Johns Hopkins " T 7-7 

' at Philadelphia, Pa. 
' at Washington, D.C. (Griffith Stadium) 
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 

023 • North Carolina W 14-6 

030 Gallaudet W 38-7 

N6 at Yale W 15-0 

N13 • Virginia T 6-6 

N20 • at Washington & Lee ... L 0-3 

N25 Johns Hopkins " W 17-14 

' at Norfolk, Va. 
at Baltimore, Md. (Memorial Stadium) 



4-7-0 (2-1, 1-4, 1-2) 

SC: 2-3-0 

Head Coach: H.C. "Curley" Byrd 

S24 Washington College W 80-0 

01 South Carolina W 26-0 

08 • at North Carolina L 6-7 

015 • Virginia Tech ' W 13-7 

022 • at Virginia Military W 10-6 

029 • Washington & Lee L 6-13 

N5 atYale L 6-30 32,000 

N12 • at Virginia L 0-21 

N19 atVanderbilt L 20-39 

N24 Johns Hopkins " L 13-14 18,000 

D3 Florida ' L 6-7 

at Norfolk, Va. 

at Baltimore, Md. (Memorial Stadium) 

at Jacksonville, Fla. (Municipal Stadium) 



6-3-1 (3-1, 1-1-1, 2-1) 

SC: 2-2-1 

Head Coach: H.C. "Curley" Byrd 

S29 Washington College W 31-0 

06 • North Carolina L 19-26 

013 at South Carolina L 7-21 

020 Western Maryland W 13-6 

027 • at Virginia Military T 0-0 

N3 • Virginia Tech ' L 6-9 

N10 atYale W 6-0 

N17 • Virginia W 18-2 6.000 

N24 • Washington & Lee'.... W 6-0 

N29 Johns Hopkins " W 26-6 

at Norfolk. Va. 

at Washington, D.C. (Griffith Stadium) 

at Baltimore, Md. (Memorial Stadium) 



4-4-2 (1-2-1, 1-1-1, 2-1) 

SC: 1-2-1 

Head Coach: H.C. "Curley" Byrd 

S27 Washington College W 34-7 

05 • North Carolina L 0-43 

012 South Carolina L 6-26 

019 at Gallaudet W 13-6 

026 • at Virginia Military L 6-7 

N2 •Virginia™ T 13-13 

N9 atYale T 13-13 

N16 • Virginia Tech ' W 24-0 

N28 Johns Hopkins " W 39-6 

D7 Western Maryland J L 0-12 12,000 

at Norfolk, Va. 
' at Baltimore, Md. (Memorial Stadium) 

JD 

7-5-0 (3-0, 2-4, 2-1) "~ 

SC: 4-1-0 

Head Coach: H.C. "Curley" Byrd 

S27 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 

025 • at Virginia Military W 20-0 

Nl • at Virginia W 14-6 

N8 • Washington & Lee " ... W 41-7 20,000 

N15 • Virginia Tech ' W 13-7 

N22 at Navy L 0-6 25,000 

N27 Johns Hopkins " W 21-0 

N29 atVanderbilt L 7-22 

D6 Western Maryland L 0-7 

' at Norfolk, Va. 

' 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 

03 • Virginia W 7-6 

010 Navy' W 6-0 16,000 

017 Kentucky T 6-6 

024 • at Virginia Military W 41-20 

031 • at Virginia Tech W 20-0 5.000 

N7 atVanderbilt L 12-39 

N21 • Washington & Lee"'... W 13-7 

N26 Johns Hopkins " W 35-14 

D5 Western Maryland W 41-6 

1 at Washington. D.C. (Griffith Stadium) 
' at Baltimore. Md. (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 

01 • at Virginia L 6-7 

08 • Virginia Tech L 0-23 

015 • at Duke L 0-34 

022 St. John's (Annapolis) ... W 24-7 

029 at Virginia Military W 12-7 

N5 Vanderbilt ' L 0-13 

N12 Navy'' L 7-28 

N19 • at Washington & Lee .. W 6-0 

N24 Johns Hopkins ' W 23-0 

D3 Western Maryland L 7-39 

' at Washington, D.C. (Griffith Stadium) 
' at Baltimore, Md. (Memorial Stadium) 



3-7-0 (2-1, 1-3, 0-3) 

SC: 1-4-0, 9th 

Head Coach: H.C. "Curley" Byrd 

S30 St. John's (Annapolis) ... W 20-0 

07 • Virginia Tech ' L 0-14 

014 at Tulane L 0-20 

021 • at Virginia Military t 13-19 

028 Western Maryland ' I 7-13 

N4 • at Virginia L 0-6 

Nil • Duke L 7-38 

N18 at Johns Hopkins W 27-7 

N25 • Washington & lee ' ... W 33-13 
D2 Florida ' L 0-19 

at Norfolk. Va. 
' at Baltimore, Md. (Memorial Stadium) 

at Tampa, Fla. 



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1934 



7-3-0 (3-0, 0-3. 4-0) 

SO 0, T-3rd 

Head Coach: H.C. "Curley" Byrd 

S29 St. John's (Annapolis) W 13-0 

06 • n Washington 8. Lee L 0-7 

013 at Navy L 13-16 

020 • Virginia lech ' W 14-9 

027 Florida W 21-0 

N3 • Virginia W 20-0 

N10 • Virginia Military W 23-0 

Ni; at Indiana L 14-17 

N24 Georgetown W 6-0 

N29 Johns Hopkins W 19-0 

at Norfolk. Vo. 

at Baltimore. Md. (Memorial Stadium) 



1935 



7-2-2 (l-O-l, 3-0. 3-2-1) 

SI : 3rd 

Head Coach: Jack Faber 

S28 St. John's (Annapolis) W 39-6 

•Virginia Tech ' W 7-0 

012 • North Carolina L 0-33 

019 • at Virginia Military W 6-0 

026 at Florida W 20-6 

N2 • at Virginia W 14-7 

N9 Indiana ' L 7-13 

N16 • Washington & Lee " T 0-0 

N23 Georgetown W 12-6 

N28 Syracuse " T 0-0 

D4 Western Maryland W 22-7 

at Baltimore. Md. (Memorial Stadium) 

at Washington, D.C. (Griffith Stadium) 



14,000 



8.000 



5.000 



1936 



6-5-0 (1-2, 2-2, 3-1) 

SC: 3-2-0. T-5th 

Head Coach: Frank Oobson 

S26 St. John's (Annapolis) W 20-0 

• Virginia Tech W 6-0 

• at North Carolina L 0-14 

• at Virginia W 21-0 

024 Syracuse' W 20-0 

031 at Florida L 6-7 

N7 at Richmond W 12-0 

N14 • Virginia Military "' L 7-13 

N21 Georgetown L 6-7 

N26 • Washington & Lee " W 19-6 

D5 Western Maryland ' L 0-12 

1 at Roanoke, Va. 

' at New York, NX (Polo Grounds) 
at Baltimore. Md. (Memorial Stadium) 



12,000 

13,000 

7,000 



1937 



8-2-0 (3-o, 2-2, 3-0) ^nimirpu Pnur 

SC: 2 Champions OOUTHERH UOMF. 

Head Coach: Frank Dobson CHAMPIONS 

S25 St. John's (Annapolis) W 28-0 

02 at Pennsylvania L 21-28 

09 Western Maryland W 6-0 7,000 

016 at Virginia W 3-0 

023 [-] [17] Syracuse W 13-0 8.000 

030 Florida" 1 W 13-7 

N6 • at Virginia Military W 9-7 

N13 at Penn State L 14-21 

N20 Georgetown' W 12-2 22,000 

N25 • Washington & Lee " W8-0 

at Baltimore. Md. (Memoriol Stadium) 
' at Washington. D.C. (Griffith Stadium) 



1938 



2-7-0 (0-4, 0-3. 2-0) 

SC: 1-2-0. 12th 

Head Coach: Frank Dobson 

S24 • Richmond L 6-19 

01 at Penn State L 0-33 

08 at Syracuse ..._ L 0-53 

015 Western Maryland W 14-8 

022 Virginia L 19-27 

029 • Virginia Military L 14-47 

N12 at Florida L 7-21 

N19 Georgetown L 7-14 

N24 • Washington & Lee W 19-13 

at Baltimore. Md. (Memorial Stadium) 



6.000 
4.000 
10.000 

1,000 



1939 



2-7-0 (1-2, 0-3, 1-2) 

SC: 0-1-0, 14th 

Head Coach: Frank Dobson 

S30 Hampden-Sydney W 26-0 

07 Western Maryland W 12-0 

014 ginia L 7-12 

021 at Rutgers L 12-25 

028 Florida " L 0-14 

N4 at Penn State L 0-12 

Nil Georgetown' L 0-20 

N18 • Virginia Military L 0-13 

N30 Syracuse L 7-10 

at Baltimore, Md. (Memorial Stadium) 

at Washington. D.C. (Griffith Stadium) 
' at Norfolk, Vo. 

~n 

2-6-1 (0-3-1, 0-3, 2-0) 

SC: 0-1-1, 12th 

Head Coach: Jack Faber 

S28 Hampden-Sydney L 6-7 

05 at Pennsylvania L 0-51 

012 Virginia L 6-19 

019 at Florida L 0-19 

025 Western Maryland : W 6-0 

N9 [-] [9) Georgetown L 0-41 

N16 • at Virginia Military L 0-20 

N21 Rutgers W 14-7 

N30 • Washington & Lee ... ... T 7-7 

at Baltimore. Md. (Memorial Stadium) 



3-5-1 (2-1, 0-2, 1-2-1) 

SC: 1-2-0, 12th 

Head Coach: Jack Faber 

S27 Hampden-Sydney W 18-0 

04 Western Maryland ' T 6-6 

Oil [-1 |4) »Duke' L 0-50 

018 Florida W 13-12 

025 (-] (12) at Pennsylvania L 6-55 

Nl at Rutgers L 0-20 

N8 Georgetown'' L 0-26 

N15 • Virginia Military L 0-27 

N20 • Washington & Lee " W6-0 

: at Baltimore, Md. (Memorial Stadium) 
' at Washington. D.C. (Griffith Stadium) 



7-2-0 (3-0, 1-2, 3-0) 

SC: 1-2-0, 13th 

Head Coach: Clark Shaughnessy 

S27 Connecticut W 34-0 

03 Lakehurst Naval Air Station W 14-0 

010 Rutgers W 27-13 

017 • at Virginia Military L 0-29 

024 Western Maryland W 51-0 

031 Florida' W 13-0 

N7 • at Duke L 0-42 

N14 at Virginia W 27-12 

N21 • Washington & Lee " W 32-28 

' at Baltimore, Md. (Memoriol Stadium) 
atWashington, D.C. (Griffith Stadium) 

STCPHEHS 



7,000 

15.000 

5,000 



5,000 

52.000 

9,000 



7.500 
40,000 



6,000 
4,000 



4-5-0 (2-2, 1-3, 1-0) 

51 I, 2nd 

Head Coach: Clarence 

S25 Curtis Bay Co,. 

02 • Wake For.-, 

09 Richmond Army Air Base ... W 19-6 

016 a L 2-6 

023 Penn Stati L 0-45 

030 at Greenville Air Base W 43-18 

N6 at Virginia I 0-39 

N13 at Bainbridge Naval L 0-46 

N25 • Virginia Military " W 21-14 

at Roanoke, Vo. 



1-7-1 (0-3-1, 0-3, 1-1) 

SC: 1-1, 6th 

Head Coach: Clarence Spears 

S29 Hampden-Sydney L 0-12 

• at Wake Forest 

014 West Virginia T 6-6 

021 Michigan State L 0-8 

N4 Virginia " L 7-18 

Nil at Michigan State L 0-33 

N18 Penn State L 19-34 

N25 at Florida L 6-14 

N30 • Virginia Military " W 8-6 

at Washington, D.C. (Griffith Stadium) 
' at Roanoke. Va. 



1945 



6-2-1 (3-1, 2-1-1, 1-0) 

SC: 3-2-0, T-5th 

Head Coach: Paul "Bear" Bryant 

S28 Guilford W 60-6 

• at Richmond W 21-0 

012 U.S. Merchant Marine W 22-6 

020 • at Virginia Tech L 13-21 

027 at West Virginia T 13-13 

N3 • William & Mary L 14-33 

N10 • Virginia Military " W 38-0 

N24 [-] [13] Virginia W 19-13 

Dl • at South Carolina W 19-13 

' at Washington, D.C. (Griffith Stadium) 



3-6-0 (2-2, 0-4, 1-0) 

SC: 2-5-0, 12th 

Head Coach: Clark Shaughnessy 

S28 Bainbridge Naval W 54-0 

04 'Richmond L 7-37 

• at North Carolina L 0-33 

• Virginia Tech W 6-0 

N2 • at William & Mary L 7-41 

N9 • South Carolina L 17-21 

N16 • Washington 8, Lee W 24-7 

N23 at Michigan State L 14-26 

N30 • at NC State L 7-28 

1 at Baltimore, Md. (Memorial Stadium) 



5,000 
4.000 
7,000 



7.000 



12.000 
7.000 



12.500 




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Year-By-Year-Results 



7-2-2 (3-0-1, 4-1. 0-1-1) 

SC: 3-2-1. T-6th 

Head Coach: Jim Tatum 

S27 • at South Carolina W 19-13 

03 Delaware W 43-19 

010 •Richmond W 18-6 

018 [-] [17J • at Duke L 7-19 

025 • at Virginia Tech W 21-19 

Nl West Virginia "' W 27-0 

N8 atDuquesne W 32-0 

N15 [-] [19] • North Carolina ' L 0-19 

N22 atVanderbilt W 20-6 

N29 • NC State T 0-0 

Gator Bowl 

Jl Georgia' T 20-20 

' at Washington, D.C. (Griffith Stadium) 
: at Jacksonville, Ha. (Gator Bowl) 



6-4-0 (2-2, 4-2) 

SC: 4-2-0, 6th 

Head Coach: Jim Tatum 

S25 • at Richmond W 19-0 

02 at Delaware W 21-0 

09 • Virginia Tech W 28-0 

016 [-] [18] •Duke -1 L 12-13 

023 • George Washington W 47-0 

029 at Miami W 27-13 

N6 • at South Carolina W 19-7 

N13 [-] [6] • North Carolina L 20-49 

N20 atVanderbilt L 0-34 

N27 at West Virginia L 14-16 

home games at Griffith Stadium in Washington, D.C. 



1949 



9-1-0 (4-0, 4-1, 1-0) 

SC: 4-0-0. 2nd 

Head Coach: Jim Tatum 

S24 • at Virginia Tech W 34-7 

S30 Georgetown W 33-7 

08 [-](13] at Michigan State L 7-14 

022 • at NC State W 14-6 

029 • South Carolina "' W 44-7 

N5 • George Washington W 40-14 

N12 [-] [15] at Boston University W 14-13 

N24 [15] [-] West Virginia ' W47-7 

D2 [14] [-] at Miami W 13-0 

Gator Bowl 

J2 [14] [20] Missouri' W 20-7 

Final AP Poll 014 

1 at Jacksonville, Fla. (Gator Bowl) 



1950 



7-2-1 (3-1, 3-1-1, l-O) 
SC: 4-1-1, 5th 
Head Coach: Jim Tatum 
Preseason AP Poll 015 

S23 [15] [-] at Georgia L 7-27 

S30 [15] [-] Navy W 35-21 

07 [-] [2] at Michigan State W 34-7 

014 (8) [-] Georgetown' W 25-14 

021 [8] [-] -NC State L 13-16 

028 • at Duke W 26-14 

N4 [16] [-] • George Washington W 23-7 

Nil [18] [-] • at North Carolina T 7-7 

N18 • at West Virginia W 41-0 

D2 • Virginia Tech W 63-7 

' at Washington, D.C. (Griffith Stadium) 



12,500 
16,500 

22,000 

14,000 

16,666 



12.000 
12,000 

22,000 

35,000 

34,588 

18.000 



12.000 
18,227 
35,000 
15,000 
17,762 



16,117 
35,000 



35,000 
43,836 
39,376 
8,869 
24,502 
22,577 
18,272 
32,000 
16,000 
11,773 



Southern Conf. 
Co-Champions 



10-0-0 (5-0, 3-0, 2-0) 
SC: 5-0-0, Co-Champions 
Head Coach: Jim Tatum 
Preseason AP Poll #16 

S29 [16] [-] • at Washington & Lee W 54-14 9,000 

06 [9] j] • George Washington W 33-6 25,732 

013 [10] |] at Georgia W43-7 32.000 

• North Carolina W 14-7 31.237 

at Louisiana State W 27-0 35,000 

Missouri . W 35-0 23,612 

W 40-21 38,000 

W 53-0 17,140 

W 54-7 14,385 



020 
027 

•;■: 
N10 
N17 
'.,■■. 



[7] 

[5] 

['•1 

[3] 

[5] 

[4] 
Sugar Bowl 
32 [3] [1] 
Final AP Poll 03 
' at Baltimore, Md. (Memorial Stadium) 
' at New Orleans, La. (Tutane-Sugar Bowl Stadium) 



Navy 

• NC State ... 

• West Virginia 



Tennessee' W 28-13 82.271 



1952 



7-2-0 (3-0. 4-2) 
Head Coach: Jim Tatum 
Preseason AP Poll 02 

S20 [2] [-] at Missouri W 13-10 

S27 [2] [-] at Auburn W 13-7 

04 [3] [-] Clemson W 28-0 

Oil [4] [19] at Georgia W 37-0 

018 [2] [20] Navy W38-7 

025 [2] [-] Louisiana State "' W 34-6 

Nl [2] [-] at Boston U W 34-7 

N15 [3] [11] at Mississippi L 14-21 

N22 [8] [14] at Alabama L 7-27 

Final AP Poll 013 



18,000 
27.000 
32,000 
34,000 
44,746 
30,000 
32,568 
32,500 
33,178 



1953 



10-1-0 (5-0, 4-0, 1-1) llnxinum 

ACC: 3-0-0, Co-Champions HATIUNAl 

Head Coach: Jim Tatum CHAMPIONS 

Preseason AP Poll 09 

S19 [9] [-] at Missouri W 20-6 21,000 

S26 [9] [-] Washington & Lee W 52-0 35.000 

03 [3] [-] • at Clemson W 20-0 25,000 

010 [4] [-] Georgia W 40-13 27.000 

017 [3] [-] • at North Carolina W 26-0 35,000 

023 [3] [-] at Miami W 30-0 42,157 

030 [2] [-] • South Carolina " W 24-6 22,000 

N7 [2] [-] George Washington ' W 27-6 8,000 

N14 [2] [11] Mississippi W 38-0 35,000 

N21 [2] [11] Alabama W 21-0 36.000 

Orange Bowl 

Jl [1J [4] Oklahoma' L 0-7 68.640 

Final AP Poll 01 

' at Washington, D.C. (Gnffith Stadium) 

' at Miom}, Fla. (Orange Bowl) 



1954 



7-2-1 (5-0, 2-2-1) 
ACC: 4-0-1. 2nd 
Head Coach: Jim Tatum 
Preseason AP Poll #3 

S18 [3] [-] at Kentucky W 20-0 

01 [6] [4] at UCLA L 7-12 

09 [13] [-) • at Wake Forest T 13-13 

016 • North Carolina W 33-0 

022 [-] [16] at Miami L 7-9 

030 • at South Carolina W 20-0 

N6 • NC State" 1 W 42-14 

N13 [17] [-] "Clemson W 16-0 

N20 [13] [-] George Washington W 48-6 

N25 [10] [-] Missouri' W 74-13 

Final AP Poll 08 



36,000 
73,376 
12,000 
26,000 
52,506 
24,000 

21,000 

20,000 



1955 



10-1-0 (5-0, 5-0, O-l) 
ACC: 4-0-0, Co-Champions 
Head Coach: Jim Tatum 
Preseason AP Poll 08 

S17 [8] [-] at Missouri 
S24 [5] [1] 

[1] [20] 

[1] 



ACC 

Co-Champions 



01 

08 

015 

022 

029 

N5 

N12 

N19 



UCLA 

at Baylor 

• Wake Forest 

• at North Carolina . 



[2] ["] 

[2] ["] 

[1] H 

[1] ["] 

[2] ["] 

[2] ["] 
Orange Bowl 
J2 [3] [1] 
Final AP Poll 03 
' at Miami, Fla. (Orange Bowl) 



13-12 
7-0 
20-6 
28-7 
25-7 
at Syracuse W 34-13 

• South Carolina " W 27-0 

Louisiana State W 13-0 

• at Clemson W 25-12 

George Washington W 19-0 

Oklahoma ' L 6-20 



18,000 
46,000 
39,000 
16,000 
30,000 
32,500 
25,000 
28,000 
30,000 
20,000 

76,561 



1956 



2-7-1 (0-3-1, 2-4) 
ACC: 2-2-1, 4th 
Head Coach: Tommy Mont 
Preseason AP Poll 06 

S22 [6] [-] Syracuse L 

S29 • at Wake Forest W 

06 [-] [16] Baylor L 

012 [-] [11] at Miami L 

020 • at North Carolina L 

027 [-] [4] at Tennessee L 

N3 Kentucky'" L 

N10 [-] [11] • Clemson T 

N17 • at South Carolina L 

N22 • at NC State' W 



12-26 

6-0 

0-14 

6-13 

6-34 

7-34 

0-14 

6-6 

0-13 

25-14 



13,000 
25,000 
44,304 
21.000 
33.500 
20.000 
18,000 

4.500 




The game program from Oct. 19, 1957, when 
Queen Elizabeth came to Byrd Stadium. 



5-5-0 (3-2, 2-3) 
ACC: 4-3-0, T-3rd 

Head Coach: Tommy Mont 

S21 [-] [2] atTexasA&M L 13-21 

S28 • NC State L 13-48 

05 [-] [4] • at Duke L 0-14 

012 • Wake Forest W 27-0 

019 [-] [14] • North Carolina W 21-7 

026 Tennessee L 0-16 

N2 • at South Carolina W 10-6 

N9 • at Clemson L 7-26 

N15 at Miami W 16-6 

N23 'Virginia W 12-0 



1958 



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 

S27 • at NC State W 21-6 

04 [-] [10] 'Clemson L 0-8 

011 Texas A & M L 10-14 

018 • at North Carolina L 0-27 

025 [-] [5] at Auburn L 7-20 

Nl • South Carolina W 10-6 

N8 Navy ' L 14-40 

N14 at Miami W 26-14 

N22 • at Virginia W 44-6 

1 at Baltimore, Md. (Memorial Stadium) 



1959 



5-5-0 (4-1, 1-3, 0-1) 

ACC: 4-2-0, 3rd 

Head Coach: Tom Nugent 



S19 
S26 
03 
010 

017 

031 

N7 

N14 

N21 

D5 



[15] 
[20] 



[-) [n] 



West Virginia W 27-7 



at Texas L 

at Syracuse L 

• Wake Forest L 

• North Carolina W 

• at South Carolina L 

Navy ' L 

• at Clemson W 

• Virginia * W 

• NC State W 



0-26 

0-29 

7-10 

14-7 

6-22 

14-22 

28-25 

55-12 

33-28 



' at Baltimore. Md. (Memorial Stadium) 



1960 



6-4-0 (2-2, 4-2) 

ACC: 5-2-0, 3rd 

Head Coach: Tom Nugent 

S17 at West Virginia W 31-8 

S24 [-] [15] Texas L 0-34 

01 • Duke L 7-20 

08 • at NC State L 10-13 

015 [-] [8] "Clemson W 19-17 

022 • at Wake Forest W 14-13 

029 • South Carolina "' W 15-0 

N5 at Penn State L 9-28 

N12 • at North Carolina W 22-19 

N19 • at Virginia W 44-12 



25,000 
24,000 
25,000 
16,000 
43,000 
26,000 
18,000 
28,000 
42,701 
10,500 



8,000 
11,000 
24,000 
23.000 
25.000 
28,000 
20.000 
30,035 
26,747 
18,000 



30,000 
47.000 
30.000 
21.000 
22.000 
20,000 
32,000 
26,000 
16.000 
15.000 



18.000 
31.000 
25.000 
14,000 
18,000 
11,000 
21.000 
30,126 
26,000 
14,000 



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7-3-0 (4-1, 3-2) 

ACC: i I 

Head Coach: Mm Nugenl 

Preseason AP Poll received votes 

S23 at Southern Methodist W 14-6 

S30 •atClemson W 24-21 

07 |-1 [7| Syracuse W 22-21 

0U [10] [-] • North Carolina L 8-K 

021 Air Force ' W 21-0 

028 • at South Carolina L 10-20 

N4 Penn State" W 21-17 

Nil • NC State W 10-7 

N18 • Wake Forest W 10-7 

N25 • at Virginia L 16-28 

at Denver. Colo. (Hill fop Stadium) 



1962 



6-4-0 (4-1, 2-3) 

ACC: 5-2-0, 3rd 

Head Coach: Tom Nugent 

S22 Southern Methodist W 7-0 

• at Wake Forest W 13-2 

• at NC State W 14-6 

• North Carolina W 31-13 

019 at Miami L 24-28 

027 • South Carolina ' W 13-11 

N3 at Penn State L 7-23 

N10 • at Duke I 7-10 

N17 • Clemson L 14-17 

•Virginia W 40-18 



1963 



3-7-0 (2-3. 1-3,0-1) 

ACC: 2-5-0, 5th 

Head Coach: Tom Nugent 

S21 • NC State L 14-36 

S28 • at South Carolina L 13-21 

• Duke' L 12-30 

012 • North Carolina L 7-14 

019 Air Force W 21-14 

• at Wake Forest W 32-0 

N2 Penn State " I 15-17 

N9 [-] [4] at Navy L 7-42 

N16 • at Clemson L 6-21 

N23 'Virginia W 21-6 

' of Richmond. Va. 



5-S-O (3-2. 1-3, 1-0) 

ACC: I -0, T-3rd 

Head Coach: Tom Nugent 

S19 [-] [2] Oklahoma L 3-13 

• South Carolina W 24-6 

•at NC State L 13-14 

•at Duke L 17-24 

• North Carolina W 10-9 

•Wake Forest L 17-21 

031 at Penn State L 9-17 

N7 Navy W 27-22 

• Clemson W 34-0 

N21 • at Virginia W 10-0 

at Norfolk. Va. 



1965 



4-6-0 (1-4. 3-2) 
ACC: 3-3-0. T-5th 
Head Coach: Tom Nugent 

S25 Ohio U W 24-7 

02 Syracuse L 7-24 

• at Wake Forest W 10-7 

• at North Carolina L 10-12 

• NC State 

• at South Carolina W 27-14 

N6 at Navy L 7-19 

N13 'atClemson ... .... W 6-0 

N20 'Virginia L 27-33 

D4 Penn State ._. L 7-19 



17,000 
28.000 
35.000 
23.000 
21.500 
18.000 
39.000 
25.000 
24,000 
20,000 



33.000 
12.000 
13,000 
26.000 
50,000 
32,000 
41,834 
26.000 
23,000 
18,000 



28,550 
13,550 
20,000 
21,000 
32,000 
5,000 
35,550 
30,000 
30.000 
15,000 



36,500 
23.500 
14,800 
27,000 
28,000 
22,000 
33,500 
40,000 
26,500 
17,500 



28.000 
35.000 
18.000 
30.000 
30.000 
30.000 
28.000 
26.000 
21.000 
24.000 



1966 



4-6-0 (4-1, 0-5) 

ACC: i i 0, T-3rd 

Head Coach: Ion Saban 

S17 at Penn State L 7-15 

S24 • Wake Forest ..., .... W 34-7 

01 at Syracuse L 7-28 

08 • Duke W 21-19 

015 West Virginia W 28-9 

029 • South Carolina W 14-2 

N5 • at NC State L 21-24 

N12 'Clemson L 10-14 

N19 • at Virginia L 17-41 

N26 at Florida State L 21-45 



1967 



0-9-0 (0-4, 0-5) 
ACC: 0-6-0. 8th 
Head Coach: Bob Ward 

S30 at Oklahoma L 0-35 

07 Syracuse L 3-7 

014 [-] [9] • NC State t 9-31 

021 • at North Carolina t 0-14 

028 • at South Carolina L 0-31 

N4 Penn State L 3-38 

Nil • atClemson L 7-28 

N17 • at Wake Forest L 17-35 

N25 • Virginia L 7-12 



1968 



2-8-0 (2-3, 0-4, 0-1) 

ACC: 2-5-0. 7th 

Head Coach: Bob Ward 

S21 Florida State L 14-24 

S28 at Syracuse L 14-32 

05 • Duke ' L 28-30 

012 • North Carolina W 33-24 

019 • South Carolina W 21-19 

026 • at NC State L 11-31 

N2 • at Wake Forest L 14-38 

N9 'Clemson L 0-16 

N16 [-] [3] Penn State I 13-57 

N23 'at Virginia L 23-28 

ot Norfolk. Va. 



3-7-0 (2-3, 1-4) 
ACC: 3-3-0, T-3rd 
Head Coach: Roy Lester 

S20 at West Virginia I 7-31 

S27 • NC State L 7-24 

04 • at Wake Forest W 19-14 

Oil Syracuse L 9-20 

• Duke W 20-7 

025 • at South Carolina L 0-17 

Nl "atClemson L 0-40 

N8 Miami-Ohio " L 21-34 

N15 [-] [5] at Penn State L 0-48 

N22 -Virginia W 17-14 



2-9-0 (1-5. 1-3, 0-1) 
ACC: 2-4-0. T-6th 
Head Coach: Roy Lester 

S12 Villanova L 3-21 

S19 • at Duke L 12-13 

S26 • North Carolina L 20-53 

02 at Miami L 11-18 

010 at Syracuse L 7-23 

017 • South Carolina " W 21-15 

024 -NC State : L 0-6 

• Clemson L 11-24 

N7 Penn State L 0-34 

N21 • at Virginia W 17-14 

N28 West Virginia L 10-20 

ot Norfolk. Va. 



2-9-0 (2-4, 0-5) 

ACC: 1-4-0. 7th 

Head Coach: Roy Lester 

Sll Villanova L 13-28 

• NC State W 35-7 

S25 • at North Carolina L 14-35 

02 • Wake Forest L 14-18 

09 Syracuse L 13-21 

016 at South Carolina L 6-35 

023 at Florida L 23-27 

030 Virginia Military " W 38-0 



40.911 
26,500 
25,000 
28,400 
28,800 
35,400 
23.500 
24,500 
16.000 
20.252 



50.000 
27,500 
27.100 
32.000 
33.427 
34,700 
28.000 
14.500 
24,200 



33,600 
26.591 
21,000 
27,480 
28.200 
29,700 
15.500 
27.300 
30,000 
16,000 



31.000 
28.400 
16.000 
23.400 
26.700 
42,756 
20,000 
20,000 
42,000 
22.000 



24,500 
12,877 
20.806 
30.190 
19.872 
15.400 
18.200 
12.500 
23.400 
14.000 
12.821 



22.600 
16.500 
43.000 
16.200 
20.100 
45.653 
53.012 
22.300 



N6 [-] [6] 

N20 • Virginia .. 



5-5-1 (4-1, 1-4-1) 

Ail 1.3rd 

Head Coach: k'try Claiborne 

S9 • at NC Star. . T 24-24 31,000 

S16 • North Carolina L 26-31 28,000 

S23 Virginia Military W 28-16 22.000 

S30 at Syracuse L 12-16 15.681 

07 • Wake Forest .... .... W 23-0 15.000 

014 Villanova" W 37-7 26.842 

021 • at Duke I 14-20 21.300 

028 • at Virginia W 24-23 21,500 

N4 [-J [10] at Penn State L 16-46 58.171 

Nil 'Clemson W 31-6 29.326 

N18 at Miami L 8-28 17,342 



8-4-0 (4-2, 3-1. 1-1) 

ACC: 5-1-0, 2nd 

Head Coach: Jerry Claiborne 

S15 West Virginia L 13-20 35,112 

S22 • at North Carolina W 23-3 37.500 

S29 Villanova W31-3 31,260 

06 Syracuse W 38-0 32.800 

• at NC State L 22-24 39.200 

020 • at Wake Forest W 37-0 19,500 

027 • Duke W 30-10 20,500 

N3 [-] [6] Penn State I 22-42 44.135 

N10 • Vm; ... W 33-0 22,300 

N17 'atClemson W 28-13 31,500 

N24 [18] [17] Tulane W 42-9 19,416 

Peach Bowl 

D28 [18J [-] Georgia L 16-17 38,107 

final AP Poll »20 
1 at Norfolk, Va. (Oyster Bowl) 
at Atlanto. 6a. (Fulton County Stadium) 



8-4-0 (5-1, 2-1. 1-2) 
ACC: 6-0-0, Champions 
Head Coach: Jerry Claiborne 
Preseason AP Poll #14 



ACC 

Champions 



[14] 
[14] 



3] 



Stt 
S21 

S28 
05 
012 

019 [18] 
026 [15] 
N2 [15 
N9 [14] 
N16 [13] 
N23 [11] 
Liberty Bowl 
D16 [10] [20] 



[-] 
(17] 

|10] 



[-1 



Alabama L 

Florida L 

• North Carolina W 

at Syracuse W 

• Clemson W 

• Wake Forest " .... W 

• NC State .... .... W 

at Penn State L 

Villanova W 

• Duke . .... W 

• at Virginia W 



16-21 

10-17 

24-12 

31-0 

41-0 

47-0 

20-10 

17-24 

41-0 

56-13 

10-0 

3-7 



Tennessee L 

Final AP Poll 1)13 

ot Tompo. Flo. (Tampa Stadium) 
1 of Norfolk. Vo. (Foreman Field) 
1 at Memphis. Tenn. (Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium) 



54.412 
41.140 
17.800 
19.130 
32.644 
31,136 
49,647 
60,125 
42.331 
24.000 
22.100 

51.284 




In 1974, Randy White won the Outland Award and 
Jerry Claiborne was named Sporting News Coach of 
the Year. 



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Y ear-By- Year-Results 



I ME HISTORY 



9-2-1(4-1,4-1-1,1-0) nPP 

ACC: 5-0-0, Champions HOI* 

Head Coach: Jerry Claiborne CHAMPIONS 

Preseason AP Poll #17 

S6 [17] [-] Villanova W 41-0 41,362 

513 [14] [20] at Tennessee L 8-26 74,161 

520 • at North Carolina W 34-7 43,000 

S27 [20] [-] at Kentucky T 10-10 55,000 

04 Syracuse' W 24-7 43,863 

Oil • NC State W 37-22 39,221 

018 [19] [-] • at Wake Forest W 27-0 19,300 

Nl [14] [9] Penn State L 13-15 58,973 

N8 [16] [-] at Cincinnati W 21-19 16,478 

N15 'at Clemson W 22-20 35,400 

N22 [20] [-] • Virginia W 62-24 44,867 

Gator Bowl 

D29 [17] [13] Florida' W 13-0 64,012 

Final AP Poll #13 
at Jacksonville. Flo. (Gator Bowl) 



11-1-0 (6-0. 5-0, 0-1) 
ACC: 5-0-0, Champions 
Head Coach: Jerry Claiborne 
Preseason AP Poll #12 



ACC 

Champions 



Richmond . 



[12] [• 
[10] [- 

[8] [- 

[7] [■ 

[7] [■ 

[5] [■ 

[6] [■ 

[5] [- 

[6] [- 

[6] [■ 

[6] [• 
Cotton Bowl 
31 [4] [6] 
Final AP Poll #8 
at Dallas, Texas (Cotton Bowl) 



. W 31-7 



at West Virginia W 24-3 

at Syracuse W 

Villanova W 

• at NC State W 

• Wake Forest W 

• at Duke W 

Kentucky W 

Cincinnati W 



• Clemson . 

• at Virginia . 

Houston : .... 



42-28 

20-9 

16-6 

17-15 

30-3 

24-14 

21-0 

20-0 

28-0 



41,088 
35,107 
21.109 
38,131 
38.500 
46,321 
20,200 
43,013 
45,315 
40,288 
23,100 



L 21-30 58,500 



8-4-0 (4-2, 3-2, 1-0) 
ACC: 4-2-0. T-3rd 
Head Coach: Jerry Claiborne 
Preseason AP Poll #10 

S10 [10] [-] •atClemson W 21-14 

S17 [11] [-] West Virginia L 16-24 

S24 [-] [5] at Penn State L 9-27 

01 • at NC State L 20-24 

08 Syracuse W 24-10 

• at Wake Forest W 35-7 

022 •Duke"' W 31-13 

029 • North Carolina L 7-16 

N5 Villanova W 19-13 

N12 at Richmond W 27-24 

N19 • Virginia W 28-0 

Hall of Fame Bowl 

D22 Minnesota ' W 17-7 

at Birmingham, Ala. (Legion Field) 



9-3-0 (4-1, 5-1, 0-1) 

ACC: 5-1-0, 2nd 

Head Coach: Jerry Claiborne 



44,650 
45.123 
62.079 
42.800 
39.100 
24.900 
44.867 
42.683 
30.186 
17,000 
33,787 

47,000 



S9 

516 [20] 
S23 [18] [- 
S30 [15] [- 
07 [12] [20 
014 [10] [- 
021 [6] [- 
028 [5] [- 
N4 [5] [2 
Nil [13] [- 
N18 [11] [12 
Sun Bowl 

D23 [13] [14] Texas 
Final AP Poll #20 
at El Poso, Texas (Sun Bowl) 



Tulane W 

at Louisville W 

• at North Carolina W 

Kentucky W 

• NC State " : W 

at Syracuse W 

•Wake Forest W 

• at Duke W 

at Penn State L 

• at Virginia W 

• Clemson L 



31-7 


31,458 


24-17 


36,142 


21-20 


48,000 


20-3 


42,873 


31-7 


45,319 


24-9 


15,709 


39-0 


43,119 


27-0 


23,600 


3-27 


78,019 


17-7 


19,874 


24-28 


51,376 



L 0-42 33,122 



7-4-0 (5-1, 2-3) 
ACC: 4-2-0, T-2nd 
Head Coach: Jerry Claiborne 

S8 Villanova W 24-20 

S15 'atClemson W 19-0 

S22 Mississippi State W 35-14 

S29 at Kentucky L 7-14 

06 Penn State L 7-27 

013 [-] [17] • at NC State L 0-7 

020 • at Wake Forest L 17-25 

027 • at Duke W 27-0 

N3 [-] [18] • North Carolina " W 17-14 

N17 Louisville W 28-7 

N24 • Virginia W 17-7 



1980 



8-4-0 (5-1, 3-2, 0-1) 

ACC: 5-1-0, 2nd 

Head Coach: Jerry Claiborne 

S6 Villanova W 7-3 

S13 Vanderbilt W 31-6 

S20 at West Virginia W 14-11 

S27 [19] [14] • at North Carolina L 3-17 

04 [-] [6] at Pittsburgh L 9-38 

Oil [-] [14] Penn State L 10-24 

018 • Wake Forest W 11-10 

025 • at Duke W 17-14 

Nl ■ NC State "' W 24-0 

N15 'Clemson W 34-7 

N22 • at Virginia W 31-0 

Tangerine Bowl 

D20 Florida 1 L 20-35 

at Orlando. Flo. (Tangerine Bowl) 



4-6-1 (2-2, 2-4-1) 

ACC: 4-2-0. 3rd 

Head Coach: Jerry Claiborne 

S12 at Vanderbilt L 17-23 

S19 West Virginia L 13-17 

S26 • at NC State W 34-9 

02 at Syracuse T 17-17 

010 at Florida L 10-15 

017 • at Wake Forest W 45-33 

024 -Duke" W 24-21 

031 [-] [9] • North Carolina L 10-17 

N7 at Tulane L 7-14 

N14 [-] [2] 'atClemson L 7-21 

N21 'Virginia W 48-7 



1982 



8-4-0 (5-1, 3-2, 0-1) 

ACC: 5-1-0, 2nd 

Head Coach: Bobby Ross 

Sll [-] [7] at Penn State L 31-39 

S18 [-] [17] at West Virginia L 18-19 

S25 'NC State W 23-6 

02 at Syracuse W 26-3 



31,684 
52,274 
37,212 
57,800 
52,348 
39,800 
26,050 
34,200 
35,618 
25,104 
26,071 



32,650 
27,150 
48,038 
51,400 
47,409 
48.123 
36,472 
17,400 
40,016 
32.650 
22.407 

52,541 



38,624 
38,300 
47,500 
32,000 
56,316 
25,500 
31,800 
32,100 
32,474 
64,000 
21,300 



84,597 
56,042 
34,300 
30,214 




Stan Gelbaugh led the Terps to the 1985 ACC title. 



09 Indiana State W 38-0 

016 • Wake Forest W 52-31 

023 'Duke"' W 49-22 

030 [-] [10] • at North Carolina W 31-24 

N7 [19] [-] Miami W 18-17 

N13 [18] [11] 'Clemson L 22-24 

N20 [19] [-] 'at Virginia W 45-14 

Aloha Bowl 

D25 [16] [9] Washington L 20-21 

Final AP Poll #20 

at Honolulu, Hawaii (Aloha Stadium) 



31,500 
35,100 
40,100 
51,319 
43,200 
51,750 
20.002 

30,055 



1983 



8-4-0(5-1,3-2,0-1) - p p 

ACC: 6-0-0, Champions Hub 

Head Coach: Bobby Ross CHAMPIONS 

Preseason AP #17 

S10 [17] [-] at Vanderbilt W 21-14 40,856 

S17 [17] (20) West Virginia L 21-31 54,715 

S24 [-] [17] Pittsburgh W 13-7 48,500 

01 [19] [-] • Virginia W 23-3 40,200 

08 [16] [-] Syracuse W 34-13 43,700 

015 [16] [-] • at Wake Forest W 36-33 22,300 

022 [15] [ ] 'Duke" W 38-3 40,100 

029 [13] [3] • North Carolina W 28-26 51,200 

N5 [7] [3] at Auburn L 23-35 75,600 

N12 [11] [17] 'atClemson" L 27-52 81,000 

N19 [20] [-] • at NC State W 29-6 32,300 

Florida Citrus Bowl 

D17 [16] [-] Tennessee L 23-30 50,185 

at Orlando, Flo. (Florida Citrus Bowl) 
" Clemson ineligible for league title, game counts as Maryland 
victory in ACC standings 



1984 



9-3-0 (2-2, 5-1, 2-0) .An 

ACC: 6-0-0, Champions Hub 

Head Coach: Bobby Ross CHAMPIONS 

S8 Syracuse L 7-23 38,850 

S15 Vanderbilt L 14-23 34,100 

S22 [-] [17] at West Virginia W 20-17 58,353 

S29 • Wake Forest W 38-17 32,700 

06 [-] [11] at Penn State L 24-25 85,456 

013 • NC State " W 44-21 43,450 

027 • at Duke W 43-7 17,500 

N3 • at North Carolina W 34-23 48,000 

N10 [-] [6] at Miami W 42-40 31,548 

N17 [-] [20] 'Clemson W 41-23 60,575 

N24 [18] [-] 'at Virginia W 45-34 43.017 

Sun Bowl 

D22 [12] [-] Tennessee ' W 28-27 50.126 

Final AP Poll #12 

at Baltimore, Md. (Memorial Stadium) 

at El Paso. Texas (Sun Bowl) 



1985 



9-3-0 (4-1, 3-1, 2-1) linn 

ACC: 6-0-0. Champions "•■ 

Head Coach: Bobby Ross CHAMPIONS 

Preseason AP Poll #7 

S7 [7] [19] Penn State L 18-20 50.750 

S14 [17] [-] Boston College W 31-13 30,210 

S21 [17] [-] West Virginia W 28-0 51,250 

S28 [17] [12] at Michigan L 0-20 105,282 

05 • at NC State W 31-17 29,500 

019 • at Wake Forest W26-3 23.700 

026 'Duke W 40-10 46.175 

N2 • North Carolina " W 28-10 49.800 

N9 [-] [8] Miami L 22-29 62,350 

N16 • at Clemson W 34-31 78,037 

N29 'Virginia W 33-21 48,950 

Cherry Bowl 

D21 Syracuse W 35-18 51,858 

Final AP Poll #18 

at Foxboro, Moss. (Sullivan Stadium) 

at Baltimore. Md. (Memorial Stadium) 

at Pontiac. Mich. (Pontiac Sitverdome) 



1986 



5-5-1 (1-3, 4-2, 0-0-1) 

ACC: 2-3-1, 5th 

Head Coach: Bobby Ross 

SI at Pittsburgh W 10-7 

S13 Vanderbilt W 35-21 

S20 at West Virginia W 24-3 

S27 [13] [-] 'NC State I 16-28 

011 Boston College " L 25-30 

018 • Wake Forest L 21-27 



48,120 
45,275 
63.500 
44.920 
45.380 
39.650 



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"MAR Y LAN D F T B\M. - A L L - T I M C HISTI 



year -By- Year- Results 



• .1 Ouke W 27-19 18.600 

Nl • i! North Carolina L 30-32 46.000 

N8 H [2) at Penn State I 15-17 85,651 

H15 i-]|15] • Clemson 1 17-17 58,758 

N28 • at Virginia W 42-10 27.800 

at Baltic 



4-7-0 (3-1, 1-5, 0-1) 

ACC: - 1 0, 5th 

Head Coach: too Krivak 



S5 
S12 
S19 
S26 

010 
017 
024 
031 

N7 

Nl, 
N21 



[3] 



(-] I"] 
[-] [9] 



use L 

• Virginia W 

West Virginia W 

• at NC State L 

at Miami L 

• at Wake forest W 

• Duke* ,...W 

• North Carolina L 

Penn State L 

• at Ctemson L 

at Vanderbilt L 



11-25 


35,234 


21-19 


35,550 


25-20 


40,125 


14-42 


44,300 


16-46 


43,020 


14-0 


25,175 


23-22 


37,400 


14-27 


35,425 


16-21 


62,500 


16-45 


78,000 


24-34 


34,816 



at Baltimore, Md. (Memorial Stadium) 



1988 



5-6-0 (3-2, 2-4) 

ACC: - : : 

Head Coach: Joe Khvak 

S3 Louisville W 27-16 30,457 

S17 |-)(12) at West Virginia L 24-55 60,188 

S24 • NC State W 30-26 32,291 

01 at Syracuse L 9-20 45,197 

• Georgia Tech W 13-8 36,969 

• Wake Forest L 24-27 41,278 

022 • at Duke W 34-24 23,800 

029 • at North Carolina W 41-38 45,000 

N5 at Penn State L 10-17 78,000 

N12 [-] [16] 'Clemson L 25-49 45,000 

N19 • at Virginia L 23-24 30,600 



1989 



3-7-1 (2-3. 1-4. 0-0-1) 

ACC: 2-5-0. 6th 

Head Coach: Joe Krivak 



S2 

S9 

S16 

S23 

S30 

07 

014 

021 

028 

Nil 

N18 



• at NC State L 

(-] (17) West Virginia L 

Western Michigan W 

• at Clemson L 

at Michigan L 

• at Georgia Tech L 

• at Wake Forest W 

• Duke" L 

• North Carolina W 

Penn State T 

• Virginia L 



[7] 
[61 



[13] 
[16] 



6-10 


41,780 


10-14 


45,000 


23-0 


20,354 


7-31 


77,000 


21-41 


104,877 


24-28 


32,062 


27-7 


17,500 


25-46 


38,617 


38-0 


27,441 


13-13 


61.215 


21-48 


38.113 



1990 




6-5-1 (3-1, 3-3, 0-1-1) 

Ai ( 0, 4th 

Head Coach: Joe Krivak 

SI Virginia Tech 

S8 [-] [25] at West Virginia 

] [16] • Clemson ' 

S22 • NC State ., 

S29 [-] [6] at Michigan 

-] [23] • Georgia Tech.. 

• Wake Forest 

• at Duke 

027 • at North Carolina 

N10 (-] [21] at Penn State 

N17 [■] [8] • at Virginia 

Independence Bowl 

015 Louisiana Tech 

ot Baltimore. Md. (Memorial Stadium) 
at Shreveport. La. (Independence Stadium) 



20-13 

14-10 

17-18 

13-12 

17-45 

3-31 

41-13 

23-20 

10-34 

10-24 

35-30 



T 34-34 



2-9-0 (1-3, 1-5, 0-1) 

ACC: 2-5-0, 6th 

Head Coach: Joe Krivak 



S7 

S14 

S21 

05 

012 

019 

026 

N2 

N9 

N16 

N23 



[-] W 



[9] 
[15] 
[22] 



• Virginia W 

Syracuse L 

West Virginia L 

at Pittsburgh L 

• at Georgia Tech L 

• at Wake Forest W 

• Duke " L 

• at North Carolina L 

Penn State L 

• at Clemson L 

• at NC State L 



at Baltimore. Md. (Memorial Stadium) 



1992 



3-8-0 (2-4, 1-4) 

ACC: 2-6-0, 8th 

Head Coach: Mark Duffner 

-] [25] • at Virginia 

] [19] • NC State 

S19 at West Virginia L 

S26 [-] [9] at Penn State L 

03 Pittsburgh W 

] [17] • Georgia Tech. 
• Wake Forest " . 
•at Duke.... ... W 

031 (-] [22] • North Carolina ... 
N7 | [6) • at Florida State ... 
N14 • Clemson W 



1993 



2-9-0 (1-4. 1-5) 
ACC: 2-6-0. T-7th 
Head Coach: Mark Duffner 

• Virginia L 

Sll [-) [14] • at North Carolina L 

S18 West Virginia L 

S25 at Virginia Tech L 

02 [-] [8] Penn State L 

• at Georgia Tech L 

•Duke ....W 

• at Clemson L 

N6 [-] [1] • Florida State... 

N13 • at NC State 

N20 • at Wake Forest W 



1994 



4-7-0 (3-2, 1-5) 

ACC: 2-6-0. 7th 

Head Coach: Mark Duffner 

• at Duke 

| [4] • Florida State 

S17 at West Virginia W 

• Wake Forest ... 

• at Clemson L 

•] (15) • at North Caroti 

022 • Georgia Tech W 

029 Tulane " : W 

• NC State ... 
-] [21] • at Virgi 

N19 at Syracuse L 



17-6 

17-31 

7-37 

20-24 

10-34 

23-22 

13-17 

0-24 

7-47 

7-40 

17-20 



15-28 
10-14 
33-34 
13-49 
47-34 
26-28 
23-30 
27-25 
24-31 
21-69 
53-23 



29-43 

42-59 

37-42 

28-55 

7-70 

0-38 

26-18 

0-29 

20-49 

21-44 

33-32 



16-49 

20-52 

24-13 

31-7 

0-13 

17-41 

42-27 

38-10 

45-47 

21-46 

16-21 



34,198 
64,950 
39.255 

102.894 
31.941 
27.554 
23.200 
46.000 

43,500 

48,325 



36,198 
41,310 
40,442 
38,328 
42,011 
17,342 
35,423 
50.000 
57,416 
73,000 
36,491 



44,400 
27,550 
55,727 
95,818 
35,891 
26,250 
31,132 
17.850 
22.099 
64,127 
25,223 



35.015 
50.000 
42.008 
38.829 
42.008 
36,218 
31,487 
62,000 
36.255 
35.120 
12.521 



20.831 
38.014 
62.852 
24.787 
68.000 
48.500 
30.429 
24,456 
27.126 
40.900 
48.309 



Neil O'Donnell started at QB in 1988 and 1989. 



1995 



6-5-0 (3-2. 3-3) 

All I, T-5th 

Head Coach: Mark Duffner 

S2 me W 29-10 

• North Carolina W 32-18 

S16 West Virginia W 31-17 

S23 [24] [-] • Duke .... W 41-28 

S28 [17] J ] • at Georgia Tech... 

• at Wake Forest W 9-6 

021 • Clemson ' 

028 at Louisville L 0-31 

N4 • at NC State W 30-1 

Nil [-] [14| 'Virginia L 18-21 

N18 [•] [6] • at Florida State L 17-59 



1996 



5-6-0 (4-2, 1-3, 0-1) 

ACC: 3-5-0, T-6th 

Head Coach: Mark Duffner 

A31 Northern Illinois W 30-6 

S7 Alabama-Birmingham W 39-15 

S14 [-](22] 'at Virginia L 3-21 

S28 [-] [23] at West Virginia L 0-13 

•NC State L 8-34 

012 [-] [13] • at North Carolina L 7-38 

• Wake Forest " W 52-0 

026 • at Duke W 22-19 

N2 • at Clemson L 3-35 

N14 'Georgia Tech W 13-10 

N23 (-] [3] • Florida State L 10-48 

at Miami. Ha. (Pro Player Stadium) 



1997 



2-9-0 (1-5, 1-4) 

ACC: 1-7-0, 8th 

Head Coach: Ron Vanderlinden 

S6 Ohio L 14-21 

S13 [-] [5] • at Florida State L 7-50 

S20 [ I [6] • North Carolina L 14-40 

S27 at Temple W 24-21 

04 • Duke W 16-K 

Oil West Virginia L 14-31 

• at Wake Forest L 17-35 

025 • Clemson " L 9-20 

Nl • Virginia L 0-45 

N8 • at NC State L 28-45 

N22 • at Georgia Tech L 18-37 



1998 



3-8-0 (2-3. 1-4. 0-1) 

ACC: 1-7-0. T-8th 

Head Coach: Ron Vanderlinden 

S5 James Madison W 23-15 

S12 [-] [12] 'at Virginia L 19-31 

S19 [-] [19] at West Virginia L 20-42 

S26 Temple W 30-20 

| [9] • Florida State L 10-24 

• at Clemson L 0-23 

• Wake Forest " L 10-20 

-] [23] • Georgia Tech L 14-31 

N7 • at North Carolina L 13-24 

N14 • at Duke W 42-25 

N21 • NC State L 21-35 

dt Baltimore. Md. (PSINet Stadium) 



1999 



5-6-0 (3-3, 2-3) 

ACC: 2-6-0, T-8th 
Head Coach: Ron Vanderlinden 

S9 at Temple W 6-0 

Sll Western Carolina W 51-10 

S18 West Virginia W 33-0 

S30 [-] [9] at Georgia Tech L 31-49 

09 at Wake Forest W 17-14 

016 Clemson L 30-42 

023 North Carolina W 45-7 

030 Duke* L 22-25 

N6 at NC State L 17-30 

N13 [-) [1] at Florida State L 10-49 

N20 Virginia L 30-34 



32,215 
48,055 
41,015 
44,137 
19,107 
43,603 
36.386 
45,652 
45.720 
68.400 



32.517 
30.057 
39,200 
54.542 
32,550 
47,000 
30.212 
18,751 
60,000 
22,510 
31,989 



30,100 
72,237 
30,084 
12.872 
23.206 
31.210 
17.893 
27.270 
23.479 
43.500 
35.276 



36.547 
42.800 
52.279 
27.047 
33.134 
73.000 
23.419 
25,183 
51,200 
15.272 
21.589 



25.322 
36.376 
33.169 
44.612 
19.321 
34.097 
27.077 
30.222 
47.211 
80.340 
32.334 



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All-Time Series Results 



Series results and records 
vs. opponents since 
1892. Overall records are 
listed first with home, 
road and neutral records 
in parentheses. 
• indicates home 
games: Neutral site 
games are indicated. 

Air Force 

2-0 (1-0, 1-0) 



1961 
1963 ' 



W 21-0 
W 21-14 



Alabama 

1-2 (1-1, 0-1) 

1952 L 7-27 

1953 • W 21-0 
1974 • L 16-21 

Alabama- 
Birmingham 

1-0 (1-0, 0-0) 

1996 • W 39-15 

Alexanoria High 

1-0 (1-0, 0-0) 
1896 • W 18-0 

American 

0-1 (0-1, 0-0) 

1918* L 6-13 

Auburn 

1-2 (0-0, 1-2) 
1952 W 13-7 

1958 L 7-20 

1983 L 23-35 

Bainrridge Naval 

1-1 (1-1, 0-0) 



1943 ' 
1946 ' 



L 
W 



0-46 
54-0 



Baltimore City 
College 

3-0 (3-0, 0-0) 
1893 • W 14-0 
1906 • W 22-0 

1913 • W 27-0 

Baltimore 
Meoical Coll. 

0-1 (0-0, 0-1) 
1897 ' L 0-10 

1 -Baltimore. Md. (Electric 
Park) 

Baltimore Poly 
Institute 

3-1 (3-1, 0-0) 

1905 • W 
1908* W 

1914 • L 

1915 • W 



20-0 

12-0 

0-6 

31-0 



Baylor 

1-1 (0-1, 1-0) 

1955 W 20-6 

1956 • L 0-14 

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 
1986 • L 25-30 
1-Foxboro. Mass. (Sullivan 
Stadium) 

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) 

1910 • W 20-0 

1911 • T 6-6 

1914 • W 6-0 

1915 L 0-16 

1916 • W 13-9 

1919 • W 13-0 

1920 W 14-0 

1921 W 16-0 

1922 W 54-0 

1923 • W 40-6 

1924 T 0-0 

Central High 

6-2 (6-2, 0-0) 

1893 • W 10-0 

1896 • W 10-6 

1896 • W 14-0 

1897 • W 24-6 
1901 • L 0-11 
1908 • W 5-0 
1910* W 12-0 
1911 • L 0-14 

Charlotte Hall 
Academy 

1-0 (1-0, 0-0) 
1900 • W 21-6 

Chicago 

0-1 (0-0, 0-1) 
1926 L 0-21 

Cincinnati 

2-0 (1-0, 1-0) 

1975 W 21-19 

1976 • W 21-0 

ClEMSON 

20-26-2 (9-11-1, 
10-14, 1-1-1) 

1952 • W 28-0 

1953 W 20-0 

1954 • W 16-0 

1955 W 25-12 

1956 • T 6-6 

1957 L 7-26 

1958 • L 0-8 

1959 W 28-25 

1960 • W 19-17 

1961 W 24-21 

1962 • L 14-17 

1963 L 6-21 

1964 • W 34-0 



W 



1965 

1966* 

1967 

1968* 

1969 

1970 • 

1971 

1972 • 

1973 

1974 • 

1975 

1976* 

1977 

1978 • 

1979 

1980 • 

1981 

1982 • 

1983 

1984 • 

1985 

1986 ' 

1987 

1988 • 

1989 

1990 

1991 

1992 • 

1993 

1994 

1995 • 

1996 

1997 • 

1998 

1999 • 

l-Baltimore. Md. 

Stadium) 



w 



6-0 

10-14 

7-28 

0-16 

0-40 

11-24 

14-20 

31-6 

28-13 

41-0 

22-20 

20-0 

21-14 

24-28 

19-0 

34-7 

7-21 

22-24 

27-52 

41-23 

34-31 

17-17 

16-45 

25-49 

7-31 

17-18 

7-40 

53-23 

0-29 

0-13 

0-17 

3-35 

9-20 

0-23 

30-42 

(Memorial 



Clifton Athletic 
Club 

1-0 (1-0, 0-0) 

1903 • W 5-0 

Colonial Athletic 
Club 

0-1 (0-1, 0-0) 

1894 • L 0-26 

Connecticut 

1-0 (1-0, 0-0) 

1942 • W 34-0 

Crescent 
Athletic Club 

1-0 (1-0, 0-0) 
1892 • W 12-0 

Curtis Bay Coast 
Guard 

0-1 (0-1, 0-0) 

1943 • L 7-13 

Belawabe 

3-5-1 (2-0-1, 1-5) 



1899 
1901 
1902 • 
1903 
1904 
1905 
1917 • 
1947 • 
1948 



0-32 
6-24 
0-0 
0-16 
0-18 
0-12 
20-0 
43-19 
21-0 



Dickinson 

1-0 (1-0, 0-0) 



1916 • W 

Duke 

25-18 

(11-6, 12-9 

1932 

1933 • 

1941 ' 

1942 

1947 

1948 •'- 

1950 

1957 

I960* 

1962 

1963 ■' 

1964 

1966 • 

1968- 

1969 • 

1970 

1972 

1973 - 

1974 - 
1976 
1977 • 
1978 
1979 
1980 

1981 • 

1982 • 

1983 • 
1984 
1985 • 
1986 
1987 • 
1988 
1989 • 
1990 
1991 • 
1992 
1993 • 
1994 
1995 • 
1996 
1997 • 
1998 
1999 • 



W 
W 

W 

w 
w 
w 
w 
w 
w 
w 
w 
w 
w 
w 
w 

L 

w 

L 
W 
W 
L 
W 
W 
W 
W 
L 



6-0 



2-3) 
0-34 

7-38 

0-50 

0-42 

7-19 

12-13 

26-14 

0-14 

7-20 

7-10 

12-30 

17-24 

21-19 

28-30 

20-7 

12-13 

14-20 

30-10 

56-13 

30-3 

31-13 

27-0 

27-0 

17-14 

24-21 

49-22 

38-3 

43-7 

40-10 

27-19 

23-22 

34-24 

25-46 

23-20 

13-17 

27-25 

26-18 

16-49 

41-28 

22-19 

16-10 

42-25 

22-25 



1 -Baltimore. Md. (Memonat 
Stadium); 2-Washington, 
B.C. (Griffith Stadium); 3- 
Richmond, Va.; 4-Norfotk. Va. 

Duquesne 

1-0 (0-0, 1-0) 

1947 W 32-0 

Eastern High 

4-1 (4-1, 0-0) 
1893 • W 36-0 

1896 • L 0-6 

1897 • W 4-0 

1898 • W 4-0 

1899 • W 22-0 

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) 

1927 ' L 6-7 

1933 ■' L 0-19 

1934 : W 21-0 

1935 W 20-6 

1936 L 6-7 

1937 • W 13-7 

1938 L 7-21 

1939 • L 0-14 

1940 L 0-19 

1941 • W 13-12 

1942 - W 13-0 
1944 L 6-14 
1971 L 23-27 
1974- L 10-17 
1975 ; W 13-0 

1980 * L 20-35 

1981 L 10-15 
1-Jacksoaville. Flo. (Munici- 
pal Stadium); 2-Tampa. Flo.; 
3-Baltimore. Md. (Memorial 
Stadium); 4-Washmgton, 
B.C. (Griffith Stadium); 5- 
Jacksonville, Flo. (Gator 
Bowl); 6-0rlando, Flo. (Tan- 
gehne Bowl) 

Florida State 



0-10 (0-4, 
1966 
1968 • 
1992 

1993 • 

1994 • 
1995 
1996 ' 
1997 
1998 • 
1999 

1-Miami. Flo 
Stadium) 



5, 0-1) 
21-45 

14-24 
21-69 
20-49 
20-52 
17-59 
10-48 
7-50 
10-24 
10-49 
Pro Player 



Fort Monboe 

0-0-1 (0-0-1, 0-0) 

1904 • T 0-0 

Fredricksrurg 

2-0 (1-0, 1-0) 

1908 W 10-0 
1911 • W 5-0 

Gallaudet 

9-6-1 (7-4- 



1896 • 

1897 • 
1898* 
1901 • 
1904 
1905 • 
1907 
1908 • 
1909 

1911 • 

1912 • 

1913 • 
1914 
1915 • 
1926 • 



1, 2-2) 

0-0 

6-16 

0-33 

10-11 

22-5 

16-0 

0-5 

5-0 

14-12 

6-2 

13-7 

0-13 

0-23 

10-2 

38-7 

13-6 



Georgetown 

6-10 (3-6, 0-1, 3-3) 



1894 • 
1902 • 
1903* 
1904 

1906 ' 

1907 • 



W 



6-4 
0-27 
0-28 
0-22 
0-28 
0-10 



1934 • W 6-0 

1935 ; W 12-6 

1936 • L 6-7 

1937 ' W 12-2 

1938 • L 7-14 

1939 ' L 0-20 

1940 • L 0-41 

1941 ' L 0-26 

1949 • W 33-7 

1950 ' W 25-14 
1-Washington. B.C. (Griffith 
Stadium) 

Georgetown Prep 

1-1 (1-1, 0-0) 
1900 • L 0-5 

1900 • W 15-0 

George 
Washington 

0, 3-1) 

5-17 

11-10 

6-0 

10-0 

0-57 

0-26 

11-0 

47-0 

40-14 

23-7 

33-6 

27-6 

48-6 

19-0 

'. (Griffith 



11-3 (7-2, 1 



1898 
1902 • 
1903 

1907 ' 

1908 • 

1909 ' 

1910 ' 
1948* 

1949 • 

1950 • 

1951 • 

1953 ' 

1954 • 

1955 • 

1-Woshington. B. 
Stadium) 



Georgia 

3-2-1 
(1-0, 2-1, 0-1-1) 

1947 ' T 20-20 

1950 L 7-27 

1951 W 43-7 

1952 W 37-0 

1953 • W 40-13 
1973 L 16-17 
1-Jacksonville. Flo. (Gator 
Bowl); 2-Atlanta. Go. (Fulton 
County Stadium) 

Georgia Tech 



3-9 (3-2, 0-6, 0-1) 
1988 
1989 
1990 
1991 



1992 

1993 

1994 

1995 

1996 

1997 

1998 

1999 

1 -Baltimore. 

Stadium) 



13-8 
24-28 

3-31 
10-34 
26-28 

0-38 
42-27 

3-31 
13-10 
18-37 
14-31 
31-49 
(PSINet 



Gibraltar 
Athletic Club 

0-1 (0-1, 0-0) 
1900* L 0-17 

Goniaga High 

1-1 (1-1, 0-0) 
1900* L 5-11 
1900 • W 21-0 



Greenville Aib 
Base 

1-0 (0-0, 1-0) 

1943 W 43-18 

Guilford 

1-0 (1-0, 0-0) 

1945 • W 60-6 

Gunton Temple 

1-0 (1-0, 0-0) 

1903 • W 21-0 

Hampden-Sydney 

2-2 (2-2, 0-0) 

1939 • W 25-0 

1940 • L 6-7 

1941 • W 18-0 

1944 • L 0-12 

Haverfobd 

0-2 (0-1, 0-1) 

1915 L 0-7 

1916* L 6-7 

Houston 

0-1 (0-0, 0-0, 0-1) 

1976 ' L 21-30 
1-Baltos. Texas (Cotton Bowl) 

Indiana 

0-2 (0-0, 0-1, 0-1) 

1934 L 14-17 

1935' L 7-13 
1 -Baltimore. Md. (Memorial 
Stadium) 

Indiana State 

1-0 (1-0, 0-0) 
38-0 



1982 



'.•. 



James Madison 

1-0 (1-0, 0-0) 



1998 



W 23-15 



Johns Hopkins 



(1-2. 
1892 ' 
1897 ■ 
1898 
1899 
1901 -• 
1902 
1908 
1909 
1910 
1911 • 
1912 
1913 
1914 
1915 
1916 
1917 
1918 
1919 
1920 • 
1922 
1923 
1924 
1925 
1926 
1927 
1928 

1929 ' 

1930 ' 



16-11- 
8-5-2, 

L 

L 

L 
L 

L 

L 

L 

L 

T 

L 
W 
W 
W 

L 
W 
W 
T 
W 
W 
W 
T 
T 
T 
W 
L 
W 
W 

w 



5 

7-4-3) 

0-62 

0-30 

0-16 

0-40 

0-6 

0-17 

0-10 

0-9 

11-11 

3-6 

13-0 

26-0 

14-0 

0-3 

54-0 

7-0 

0-0 

13-0 

24-7 

3-0 

6-6 

0-0 

7-7 

17-14 

13-14 

26-6 

39-6 

21-0 



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MI- Time Series Results 



1931 W 35-14 

1932 ' W 23-0 

1933 W 27-7 

1934 ' W 19-0 

■ ■ '■'..• 1 ■ ■, ■ 

can Legion Park; 3~8altimore. 
Md. (Memorial Stadium) 

Kentucky 

3-2-2 (2-1-1, 1-1-1) 
1931 • T 6-6 

1954 W 20-0 
1956 • L 0-14 

1975 T 10-10 

1976 • W 24-14 

1978 • W 20-3 

1979 L 7-14 

LuKEHiiRsi Naval 

1-0 (1-0, 0-0) 
1942 • W 14-0 

Louisiana State 

3-0 (2-0, 1-0) 

1951 W 27-0 

1952 • W 34-6 

1955 • W 13-0 

Louisiana Tech 

0-0-1 (0-0, 0-0, 0-0-1) 

1990 ' T 34-34 
1-Shreveport, La. (Indepen- 
dence Stadium) 

Louisuiue 

3-1 (2-0, 1-1) 

1978 W 24-17 

1979 • W 28-7 
1988 • W 27-16 
1995 L 0-31 



M 

7-7 (1-0 

1948 

1949 

1953 

1954 

1956 

1957 

1958 

1962 

1970 

1972 

1982 • 

1984 

1985 ' 

1987 

1-Baltimore, 

Stadium) 



IAMI 

6-6, 

W 

w 
w 

L 
L 
W 
W 
L 
L 
L 
W 
W 
L 
L 



0-1) 

27-13 

13-0 

30-0 

7-9 

6-13 

16-6 

26-14 

24-28 

11-18 

8-28 

18-17 

42-40 

22-29 

16-46 



Md. (Memorial 



Miami (Ohio) 

0-1 (0-1, 0-0) 



1969 ' 



21-34 



Michigan 

0-3 (0-0, 0-3) 
1985 L 0-20 

1989 L 21-41 

1990 L 17-45 

Michigan State 

1-4 (0-1, 1-3) 
1944 • L 0-8 

1944 L 0-33 

1946 L 14-26 

1947 L 7-14 
1950 W 34-7 



Minnesota 

1-0 (0-0, 0-0, 1-0) 

1977 ■' W 17-7 
1-Birmingtwm. ■! 

Mississippi 

1-1 (1-0, 0-1) 

1952 L 14-21 

1953 • W 38-0 

Mississippi State 

1-0 (1-0, 0-0) 
1979 • W 35-14 

Missouri 

6-0 (2-0, 3-0, 1-0) 
1949 : W 20-7 
1951 • W 35-0 

1952 W 13-10 

1953 W 20-6 

1954 • W 74-13 

1955 W 13-12 
1-Jacksonville. Flo. (Gator 
Bowl) 

Mr. St. Joseph's 

2-0 (2-0, 0-0) 
1902 • W 5-0 

1905 • W 28-0 

Mount St. Mary's 

1-4 (0-0, 1-4) 
1894 L 0-24 

1902 L 0-5 

1903 L 0-2 

1904 W 11-6 
1907 L 6-12 

Mt. Washington 

0-1 (0-0, 0-1) 

1906 L 0-29 

Navy 

5-14 (3-2, 0-9, 2-3) 

1905 L 0-17 

1906 L 0-12 

1907 L 0-12 

1908 • L 0-57 
1913 L 0-76 

1916 • L 7-14 

1917 L 0-62 

1930 L 0-6 

1931 ' W 6-0 

1932 : L 7-28 
1934 L 13-16 

1950 • W 35-21 

1951 - W 40-21 

1952 • W 38-7 

1958 ■' L 14-40 

1959 ■' L 14-22 

1963 L 7-42 

1964 • W 27-22 

1965 L 7-19 
1-Washington, B.C. (Griffith 
Stadium): 2-Baltimore, Md. 
(Memorial Stadium) 

New York U. 

2-0 (1-0, 1-0) 
1916 W 10-7 

1918 • W 6-2 



North Carolina 

27-34-1 (14-12, 
12-18-1, 1-4) 



1920 
1921 
1922 
1923 • 
1924 

1925 ■' 

1926 • 
1927 

1928 • 

1929 • 
1930 
1935 ' 
1936 
1946 
1947 ' 
1948 
1950 
1951 
1953 
1954 
1955 
1956 
1957 
1958 
1959 
1960 
1961 
1962 
1963 
1964 
1965 
1967 
1968 
1970 
1971 
1972 
1973 
1974 
1975 
1977 
1978 
1979 
1980 
1981 
1982 
1983 
1984 
1985 
1986 
1987 
1988 
1989 
1990 
1991 
1992 
1993 
1994 
1995 
1996 
1997 
1998 
1999 



W 
L 
L 
W 
W 
L 
W 
L 
L 
L 
L 
L 
L 
L 
L 
1 L 
T 
W 
W 
W 
W 
L 
W 
L 
W 
W 
L 
W 
L 
W 
L 
L 
W 
L 
L 
L 
W 
W 
W 
L 
W 
W 
L 
L 
W 
W 

w 
w 

L 
L 
W 

W 
L 
L 
L 
L 
L 
W 
L 
L 
L 
W 



13-0 
7-16 
3-27 

14-0 

6-0 

0-16 

14-6 

6-7 

19-26 

0-43 

21-28 

0-33 

0-14 

0-33 

0-19 

20-49 

7-7 

14-7 

26-0 

33-0 

25-7 

6-34 

21-7 

0-27 

14-7 

22-19 

8-14 

31-13 

7-14 

10-9 

10-12 

0-14 

33-24 

20-53 

14-35 

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 

14-27 

41-38 

38-0 

10-34 

0-24 

24-31 

42-59 

17-41 

32-18 

7-38 

14-40 

13-24 

45-7 



1-Bottimore, Md. (Memorial 
Stadium); 2-Woshington, 
B.C. (Griffith Stadium); 3- 
Horfolk. Va. 



NC State 

24-28-4 (12-11-2, 
12-15-1, 0-2-1) 



1909 


L 


0-33 


1917 


L 


6-10 


1921 


T 


6-6 


1922 


W 


7-6 


1923 


W 


26-12 


1924 


• T 


0-0 


1946 


L 


7-28 


1947 


» T 


0-0 


1949 


W 


14-6 


1950 


• L 


13-16 


1951 


. w 


53-0 


1954 


W 


42-14 


1956 


w 


25-14 


1957 


• L 


13-48 


1958 


W 


21-6 


1959 


■ W 


33-28 


1960 


L 


10-13 


1961 


• W 


10-7 


1962 


W 


14-6 


1963 


• L 


14-36 


1964 


L 


13-14 


1965 


■ L 


7-29 


1966 


L 


21-24 


1967 


• L 


9-31 


1968 


L 


11-31 


1969 


' L 


7-24 


1970 


L 


0-6 


1971 


' W 


35-7 


1972 


T 


24-24 


1973 


L 


22-24 


1974 ' 


W 


20-10 


1975 ' 


W 


37-22 


1976 


W 


16-6 


1977 


L 


20-24 


1978 < 


W 


31-7 


1979 


L 


0-7 


1980 ' 


W 


24-0 


1981 


W 


34-9 


1982 < 


W 


23-6 


1983 


W 


29-6 


1984 < 


W 


44-21 


1985 


W 


31-17 


1986 < 


L 


16-28 


1987 


L 


14-42 


1988 < 


W 


30-26 


1989 


L 


6-10 


1990 « 


W 


13-12 


1991 


L 


17-20 


1992 « 


L 


10-14 


1993 


L 


21-44 


1994 « 


L 


45-47 


1995 


W 


30-13 


1996 « 


L 


8-34 


1997 


L 


28-45 


1998 • 


L 


21-35 


1999 


L 


17-30 


1-Woshi 
H.S. Sta 
Md. (Me 
Norfolk. 


ngton, B.C. (Central 
Hum); 2-Baltimore. 
norial Stadium); 3- 
Va. 


NORT 


hern Illinois 


1-C 


(1-0, 


0-0) 



1996 ' 



30-6 



Ohio U 

1-1 (1-1, 0-0) 



1965 i 
1997 ' 



W 24-7 
L 14-21 



Oklahoma 

0-4 (0-1, 0-1, 0-2) 
1953 L 0-7 

1955 ' L 6-20 
1964 • L 3-13 
1967 L 0-35 

J - Miami. Flo. (Orange Bowl) 

Old Maryland 
[Baltimore! 

3-2-1 (3-1-1, 0-1) 

1896 • T 0-0 

1902 • L 0-5 

1903 • W 11-0 

1904 L 0-6 

1905 • W 23-5 
1912* W 58-0 

OlYMPIA A.C. 

1-0 (0-0, 0-0, 1-0) 

1902 •' W 6-0 

1 -Washington. B.C. 

Orient A.C. 

2-0 (2-0, 0-0) 

1893 • W 16-6 

1894 • W 30-0 

Pennsylvania 



1-4 
1922 

1923 
1937 
1940 
1941 



(0-0, 
L 
W 
L 
L 
L 



1-4) 
0-12 
3-0 

21-28 
0-51 
6-55 



Pennsylvania 
Military 

2-1-1 (1-1, 1-0-1) 

1912 T 13-13 

1913 • L 7-27 

1914 W 26-0 

1915 • W 14-13 

Penn State 



1-35-1 
0-22, 

1917 

1937 

1938 

1939 

1943 • 

1944 

1960 

1961 • 

1962 

1963 • 

1964 

1965 • 

1966 

1967 • 

1968 

1969 

1970 • 

1971 

1972 

1973 • 

1974 

1975 • 

1977 

1978 

1979 • 

1980 • 
1982 
1984 

- • 



1-12, 

-2-1) 

0-57 

14-21 

0-33 

0-12 

0-45 

19-34 

9-28 

21-17 

7-23 

15-17 

9-17 

7-19 

7-15 

3-38 

13-57 

0-48 

0-34 

27-63 

16-46 

22-42 

17-24 

13-15 

9-27 

3-27 

7-27 

10-24 

31-39 

24-25 

18-20 



1986 
1987 ' 
1988 

1989 ' 
1990 
1991 ' 
1992 
1993 ' 



15-17 
16-21 
10-17 
13-13 
10-24 

7-47 
13-49 

7-70 



1 -Baltimore. Md. (Memorial 
Stadium) 

Pittsburgh 

3-2 (2-0, 1-2) 
1980 L 9-38 

1983 • W 13-7 
1986 W 10-7 

1991 L 20-24 

1992 • W 47-34 

Princeton 

0-2 (0-0, 0-2) 
1920 L 0-35 

1922 L 0-26 

Randolph-Macon 

2-0-1 (2-0-1, 0-0) 
1904 • T 0-0 

1920 • W 54-0 

1923 • W 53-0 

Richmond Army 
Air Base 

1-0 (1-0, 0-0) 
1943 • W 19-6 



R 

12-5-1 

1907 
1908 
1909 
1910 

1911 • 

1912 • 

1913 • 

1922 • 

1923 • 

1924 • 
1936 
1938* 
1945 

1946 • 

1947 • 
1948 
1976 • 
1977 



ICHMOND 

(7-2-0, 5-3-1) 

L 5-11 



L 
L 
W 

W 

w 
w 

T 

w 

w 
w 

L 

w 

L 

W 

w 
w 

w 



0-22 
0-12 
22-0 
12-0 
46-0 
45-0 
0-0 
23-0 
38-0 
12-0 
6-19 
21-0 
7-37 
18-6 
19-0 
31-7 
27-24 



Rock Hill 

3-1-1 (2-1-0, 1-0-1) 
1898 T 12-12 

1898 • W 27-0 
1901 • L 5-16 
1906 W 16-0 

1909 • W 5-0 

Rutgers 

4-3 (0-0, 1-3, 3-0) 

1920 L 0-6 

1921 W 3-0 
1925 ' W 16-0 

1939 L 12-25 

1940 " W 14-7 

1941 L 0-20 

1942 ; W 27-13 
1-PhiLodelphia. Po.; 2-Bolti- 
more. Md. (Memorial Sta- 
dium) 



St. John's 
[Annapolis) 

18-11(13-4,4-7,1-0) 

1892 L 0-50 

1893 • W 6-0 

1894 L 6-26 
1897 L 4-6 
1899 L 0-62 
1903 L 0-18 

1905 • W 27-5 

1906 W 20-4 

1907 • L 0-16 

1908 • L 0-31 

1910 L 0-6 

1911 • L 0-27 

1912 L 0-27 

1913 W 13-0 

1914 W 27-14 

1915 • W 27-14 

1916 • W 31-6 

1917 • W 14-3 

1918 ' W 19-14 

1919 W 27-0 
1921 • L 3-7 
1923 • W 28-0 
1930* W 21-13 

1932 • W 24-7 

1933 • W 20-0 

1934 • W 13-0 

1935 • W 39-6 

1936 • W 20-0 

1937 • W 25-0 
1-Boltimore. Md. (Home- 
wood Field) 



South 

17-11 ( 
1926 
1927 • 
1928 
1929 • 
1945 
1946 • 
1947 
1948 
1949 • 
1953 • 
1954 
1955 • 
1956 
1957 
1958 • 
1959 
I960* 
1961 
1962 • 
1963 
1964 • 
1965 
1966 • 
1967 
1968* 
1969 
1970 • 
1971 



Carolina 

11-2, 6-9) 



0-12 

26-0 

7-21 

6-26 

19-13 

17-21 

19-13 

19-7 

44-7 

24-6 

20-0 

27-0 

0-13 

10-6 

10-6 

6-22 

15-0 

10-20 

13-11 

13-21 

24-6 

27-14 

14-2 

0-31 

21-19 

0-17 

21-15 

6-35 



Southern 
Methodist 

2-0 (1-0, 1-0) 

1961 W 14-6 

1962 • W 7-0 

SWARTHMORE 

0-1 (0-1, 0-0) 
1919 • L 6-10 



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Syracuse 


Ml C Oi 

Texas 


w 


Virginia 


Va. Military 


Wake Forest 


1940 • T 7-7 


1939 


W 


12-0 


14-18-2 


0-3 (0-1, 0-1, 0-1) 




37-25 


-2 


14-9-2 (4-4, 7-4-2, 3-1) 


34-13-1 (16-7 


, 18-6-1) 


1941 ' W 6-0 


1940 


W 


6-0 


(5-9-1, 6-9, 3-0-1) 


1959 L 0-26 


(17-10-2, 19-14, 1-1) 


1910 L 


0-8 


1917 • W 


29-13 


1942 • W 32-28 


1941 


T 


6-6 


1920 W 10-7 


1960 • L 0-34 


1919 


W 


13-0 


1916 • W 


15-9 


1943 • W 


13-7 


1946'' W 24-7 


1942 


W 


51-0 


1921 L 0-42 


1978 ' L 0-42 


1925 


L 


0-6 


1917 T 


14-14 


1944 L 


0-39 


1951 W 54-14 


l-Washington D.C; 2-Balti- 
more. Md. (Homewood Field); 
3-Baltimore, Md. (Memorial 


1935 ' T 0-0 


l-EI Paso. Texas (Sun Bowl) 


1926 


• T 


6-6 


1918 W 


7-6 


1954 T 


13-13 


1953 • W 52-0 


1936 ' W 20-0 

1937 ' W 13-0 


Texas A & M 


1927 
1928 


L 
• W 


0-21 
18-2 


1927 W 

1928 T 


10-6 
0-0 


1955 • W 

1956 W 


28-7 
6-0 


1-Washmgton. D.C. (Griffith 
Stadium); 2-Balrimore, Md 
(Memorial Stadium) 


Stadium) 

■■■ 




1938 L 0-53 


0-2 (0-1, 0-1) 


1929 


• T 


13-13 


1929 L 


6-7 


1957 • W 


27-0 






WESTERN 


1939* L 7-10 


1957 L 13-21 


1930 


W 


14-6 


1930 W 


20-0 


1958 L 


0-34 


Washington 
College 


Michigan 


1955 W 34-13 


1958* L 10-14 


1931 


• W 


7-6 


1931 W 


41-20 


1959 • L 


7-10 


1-0 (1-0, 


0-0) 


1956 • L 12-26 


Third Army 


1932 


L 


6-7 


1932 W 


12-7 


1960 W 


14-13 


19-3-1 (15-1, 4-2-1) 


1989 


' w 


23-0 


1959 L 0-29 


1933 


L 


0-6 


1933 L 


13-19 


1961 • W 


10-7 


1894 W 12-0 








1961 • W 22-21 


Corps 


1934 


• W 


20-0 


1934 ' W 


23-0 


1962 W 


13-2 


1902 T 0-0 


West Virginia 


1965 • L 7-24 


1-0 (0-0, 0-0, 1-0) 


1935 


W 


14-7 


1935 W 


6-0 


1963 W 


32-0 


1903 • W 28-0 


17-18-2 (9-9-1, 8-9-1) 


1966 • L 7-28 


1922 ' W 7-0 


1936 


w 


21-0 


1936 • L 


7-13 


1964 • L 


17-21 


1905 L 0-17 


1919 


L 


0-27 


1967 • L 3-7 


1 -Baltimore. Md. (Homewood 
Field) 


1937 


w 


3-0 


1937 W 


9-7 


1965 W 


10-7 


1906 • W 35-0 


1943 


L 


2-6 


1968 L 14-32 


1938 


• L 


19-27 


1938 • L 


14-47 


1966 • W 


34-7 


1907 W 10-5 


1944 


' T 


6-6 


1969 • L 9-20 


TULANE 


1939 


L 


7-12 


1939 ! L 


14-47 


1967 L 


17-35 


1908* L 0-11 


1945 


T 


13-13 


1970 L 7-23 

1971 • L 13-21 


4-2 (3-0, 1-2) 

1933 L 0-20 
1973 • W 42-9 
1978* W 31-7 
1981 L 7-14 

1994 • W 38-10 

1995 W 29-10 


1940 
1942 


• L 

W 


6-19 
27-12 


1940 • L 

1941 • L 


0-20 
0-27 


1968 L 

1969 W 


14-38 
19-14 


1910 • W 5-0 

1911 L 5-17 


1947 
1948 


• W 
L 


27-0 

14-16 


1972 L 12-16 


1943 


L 


0-39 


1942 L 


0-29 


1971 • L 


14-18 


1912 W 1-0 


1949 


• W 


47-7 


1973 • W 38-0 


1944 


L 


7-18 


1943 -' W 


34-21 


1972 • W 


23-0 


1913 • W 2-0 


1950 


W 


41-0 


1974 W 31-0 


1945 


W 


19-13 


1944 ' W 


8-6 


1973 W 


37-0 


1914 W 3-0 


1951 


• W 


54-7 


1975 • W 24-7 


1957 


■ W 


12-0 


1945 • W 


38-0 


1974 • W 


47-0 


1915 • W 28-13 


1959 


' W 


27-7 


1976 W 42-28 


1958 


W 


44-6 


1971 • W 


38-0 


1975 W 


27-0 


1920 • W 27-0 


1960 


W 


31-8 


1977 • W 24-10 


1959 


' W 


55-12 


1972 • W 


28-16 


1976 • W 


17-15 


1924 • W 23-0 


1966 


' W 


28-9 


1978 W 24-9 
1981 • T 17-17 


UCLA 

1-1 (1-0, 0-1) 


1960 

1961 


W 
L 


44-12 
16-28 


1 -Baltimore. Md. (Memorial 
Stadium); 2-Norfolk. Va.; 3- 
Roanoke. Va 


1977 W 

1978 • W 


35-7 
39-0 


1925 • W 13-0 

1926 • W 63-0 


1969 

1970 


L 
• L 


7-31 
10-20 


1982 W 26-3 


1962 


• W 


40-18 






1979 L 


17-25 


1927 • W 80-0 


1973 


' L 


13-20 


1983 • W 34-13 


1954 I 7-12 

1955 • W 7-0 


1963 


> W 


21-6 


Virginia Tech 


1980 • W 


11-10 


1928 • W 31-0 


1976 


W 


24-3 


1984 • L 7-23 


1964 


W 


10-0 


15-11 (4-2,' 


.-3, 7-6) 


1981 W 


45-33 


1929 • W 34-7 


1977 


' L 


16-24 


1985 ' W 35-18 


U.S. Marines 

1-0 (1-0, 0-0) 

1901 • W 27-0 


1965 


" L 


27-33 


1919 • L 


0-6 


1982 • W 


52-31 


1930 • W 60-6 


1980 


W 


14-11 


1987 L 11-25 


1966 


L 


17-41 


1920 W 


7-0 


1983 W 


36-33 


1931 • W 13-0 


1981 > 


L 


13-17 


1988 L 9-20 
1991 • L 17-31 


1967 
1968 


" L 
L 


7-12 
23-28 


1921 ' W 

1922 L 


10-7 
0-21 


1984 • W 

1985 W 


38-17 
26-3 


1932 • W 63-0 


1982 
1983 ' 


L 
• L 


18-19 
21-31 


1994 L 16-21 


U.S. Merchant 
Marine 


1969 


• W 


17-14 


1923 ' L 


9-16 


1986 • L 


21-27 


Western Carolina 


1984 


W 


20-17 


1 -Baltimore, Md. (Memorial 
Stadium); 2-New York, NX 
(Polo Grounds); 3-Pontiac. 


1970 
1971 


W 

> L 


17-14 
27-29 


1924' L 

1925 ' L 


0-12 
0-3 


1987 W 

1988 • L 


14-0 
24-27 


1-0 (1-0, 0-0) 

1999 • W 51-10 


1985 ' 
1986 


W 

w 


28-0 
24-3 


Mich. (Pontioc Silverdome) 


1-0 (1-0, 0-0) 


1972 


W 


24-23 


1926 ' L 


8-24 


1989 W 


27-7 




1987 > 


w 


25-20 


Tech High 

5-2 (4-2, 0-0, 1-0) 


1945 • W 22-6 


1973 


' W 


33-0 


1927 ! W 


13-7 


1990 • W 


41-13 


Western High 


1988 


L 


24-55 


Uanoerbilt 


1974 
1975 


w 


10-0 
62-24 


1928 ' L 

1929 ' W 


6-9 
24-0 


1991 W 

1992 • L 


23-22 
23-30 


0-0-1 (0-0-1, 0-0) 

1900 • T 0-0 


1989 ' 
1990 


L 
W 


10-14 
14-10 


1903 W 27-0 


4-7 (2-1, 2-5, 0-1) 


1976 


w 


28-0 


1930 ' W 


13-7 


1993 W 


33-32 




1991 ' 


L 


7-37 


1906 • W 5-0 


1927 L 20-39 


1977 


• w 


28-0 


1931 W 


20-0 


1994 • W 


31-7 


Western 


1992 


L 


33-34 


1907 • W 13-0 


1931 L 12-39 


1978 


w 


17-7 


1932 • L 


0-23 


1995 W 


9-6 


Maryland 


1993 < 


L 


37-42 


1908 • L 5-6 


1932 ■ L 0-13 


1979 


w 


17-7 


1933 ' L 


0-14 


1996 • W 


52-0 


17-14-1 


1994 


W 


24-13 


1909 • L 0-11 


1947 W 20-6 


1980 


w 


31-0 


1934 ! W 


14-9 


1997 L 


17-35 


(6-4, 3-5, 8-5-1) 

1893 W 18-10 


1995 < 


W 


31-17 


1911 • W 6-0 


1948 L 0-34 


1981 ' 


w 


48-7 


1935 • W 


7-0 


1998 • L 


10-20 


1996 


L 


0-13 


1912* W 31-6 


1980 • W 31-6 


1982 


w 


45-14 


1936 •' W 


6-0 


1999 W 


17-14 


1894 • W 52-0 


1997 < 


L 


14-31 


l-Washington, D.C. 


1981 L 17-23 


1983 " 


w 


23-3 


1945 L 


13-21 






1896 W 16-6 


1998 


L 


20-42 


Temple 

3-0 (1-0, 2-0) 

1997 W 24-21 

1998 • W 30-20 

1999 W 6-0 


1983 W 21-14 


1984 


w 


45-34 


1946 • W 


6-0 


Walbrook A.C. 


1898 L 0-32 


1999 « 


W 


33-0 


1984 • L 14-23 

1986 • W 35-21 

1987 L 24-34 
l-Washington, D.C. (Griffith 
Stadium) 


1985 ' 
1986 
1987 ' 
1988 


w 
w 
w 

L 


33-21 
42-10 
21-19 
23-24 


1947 W 

1948 •'" W 

1949 W 

1950 • W 


21-19 
28-0 
34-7 
63-7 


0-1 (0-0, 0-1) 
1901 L 0-36 

Washington 


1899 • L 0-21 

1901 • L 0-36 

1902 L 6-26 

1903 ' W 6-0 


William & Mary 

1-2 (0-1, 1-1) 
1905 W 17-0 




1989 ' 


L 


21-48 


1990 • W 


20-13 


0-1 (0-0, 0-0, 0-1) 


1904 L 0-5 


1945 ■ 


L 


14-33 


Tennessee 

2-5 (0-1, 0-2, 2-2) 

1951 : W 28-13 


VlLlANOUA 


1990 


W 


35-30 


1993 L 


28-55 


1982 ' L 


20-21 


1905 • L 0-10 


1946 


L 


7-41 


8-2 (8-2, 0-0) 

1970* L 3-21 


1991 < 
1992 


W 
L 


17-6 
15-28 


1-Washmgton. D.C. (Griffith 
Stadium); 2-Washmgton. 
D.C. (Central H.S.); 3-Nor- 


1 -Honolulu, Hawaii (Aloho 
Stadium) 


1910 L 3-17 

1911 • L 0-6 




Yale 




1956 L 7-34 

1957 • L 0-16 
1974' L 3-7 
1975 L 8-26 

1983 L 23-30 

1984 ' W 28-27 
l-New Orleans. La. (Tulane- 
Sugor Bowl Stadium); 2- 
Memphis. Tenn. (Liberty Bowl 
Memorial Stadium); 3-0r- 


1971 • L 13-28 

1972 • W 37-7 

1973 • W 31-3 

1974 • W 41-0 

1975 • W 41-0 

1976 • W 20-9 
1977* W 19-13 

1979 • W 24-20 

1980 • W 7-3 


1993 " 
1994 
1995 < 
1996 
1997 > 
1998 
1999 < 
1-Wash 
Stadium 


L 29-43 
L 21-46 
L 18-21 
L 3-21 
L 0-45 
L 19-31 
L 30-34 

ngton, D.C, (Griffith 

) 


folk, Va.; 4-Baltimore, Md- 
(Memorial Stadium); 5- 
Roanoke, Va. 


Washington a Lee 

13-5-2 (5-3-2, 2-2, 6-0) 

1924 • L 7-19 

1925 • L 3-7 

1926 L 0-3 

1927 • L 6-13 

1928 ' W 6-0 

1930 • W 41-7 

1931 • W 13-7 


1912 W 17-7 

1913 • W 46-0 

1914 L 13-20 
1915* W 51-0 

1918 ' W 19-0 

1919 • W 20-0 

1928 • W 13-6 

1929 ' L 0-12 

1930 ■ L 0-7 


2-8-1 
1919 
1921 
1922 
1923 
1924 
1925 
1926 
1927 


(0-0, 

L 
L 

L 
L 
I 
L 

W 
L 


2-8-1) 

0-31 
0-28 
3-45 

14-16 
0-47 

14-43 
15-0 
6-30 


lando. Flo. (Florida Citrus 














1932 W 

1933 • W 


6-0 
33-13 


1931 W 41-6 


1928 


W 


6-0 


Bowl); 4-Et Paso. Texas (Sun 
Bowl) 














1932 ' L 7-39 


1929 


T 


13-13 
















1934 L 


0-7 


1933 ' L 7-13 


1930 


L 


13-40 
















1935 • T 


0-0 


1935 W 22-7 






















1936 ' W 


19-6 


1936 L 0-12 






















1937 W 


8-0 


1937 • W 6-0 






















1938 W 


19-13 


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Opponent (Games Played) 


Record 


First 


Last 


Opponent (Games Played) Record 


First 


Last 


Opponent (Games Played) Record 


(id 




Air Force (2) 


2-0-0 


1961 


1963 


Georgia (6) 


3-2-1 


1947 


1973 


Pennsylvania Military (4) 


2-1-1 


1912 


1915 


Alabama (3) 


1-2-0 


1952 


1974 


Georgia Tech (12) 


3-9-0 


1988 


1999 


Penn State (37) 


1-35-1 


1917 


1993 


Alabama-Birmingham (1) 


1-0-0 


1996 


1996 


Gibraltar Athletic Club (1) 


0-1-0 


1900 


1900 


Pittsburgh (5) 


3-2-0 


1980 


1992 


Alexandria High (1) 


1-0-0 


1896 


1896 


Gonzaga High (2) 


1-1-0 


1900 


1900 


Princeton (2) 


0-2-0 


1920 


1922 


American U. (1) 


0-1-0 


1918 


1918 


Greenville Air Base (1) 


1-0-0 


1943 


1943 


Randolph-Macon (3) 


2-0-1 


1904 


1923 


Auburn (3) 


1-2-0 


1952 


1983 


Guilford College (1) 


1-0-0 


1945 


1945 


Richmond Army Air Base (1) 1-0-0 


1943 


1943 


Bainbridge Naval (2) 


1-1-0 


1943 


1946 


Gunton Temple (1) 


1-0-0 


1903 


1903 


Richmond (18) 


12-5-1 


1907 


1977 


Baltimore City College (3) 


3-0-0 


1893 


1913 


Hampden-Sydney (4) 


2-2-0 


1939 


1944 


Rock Hill College (5) 


3-1-1 


1898 


1909 


Baltimore Medical College (1) 0-1-0 


1897 


1897 


Haverford (2) 


0-2-0 


1915 


1916 


Rutgers (7) 


4-3-0 


1920 


1942 


Baltimore Poly Institute (4) 


3-1-0 


1905 


1915 


Houston (1) 


0-1-0 


1976 


1976 


St. John's (Annapolis) (29)18-11-0 


1892 


1937 


Baylor (2) 


1-1-0 


1955 


1956 


Indiana (2) 


0-2-0 


1934 


1935 


South Carolina (28) 


17-11-0 


1926 


1971 


Bethel Military (1) 


1-0-0 


1896 


1896 


Indiana State (1) 


1-0-0 


1982 


1982 


Southern Methodist (2) 


2-0-0 


1961 


1962 


Boston College (2) 


1-1-0 


1985 


1986 


James Madison (1) 


1-0-0 


1998 


1998 


Swarthmore (1) 


0-1-0 


1919 


1919 


Boston U. (2) 


2-0-0 


1949 


1952 


Johns Hopkins (32) 


16-11-5 


1892 


1934 


Syracuse (34) 


14-18-2 


1920 


1994 


Business High (1) 


1-0-0 


1896 


1896 


Kentucky (7) 


3-2-2 


1931 


1979 


Tech High (7) 


5-2-0 


1903 


1912 


Carnegie Tech (1) 


0-1-0 


1921 


1921 


Lakehurst Naval (1) 


1-0-0 


1942 


1942 


Temple (3) 


3-0-0 


1997 


1999 


Catholic U. (11) 


8-1-2 


1910 


1924 


Louisiana State (3) 


3-0-0 


1951 


1955 


Tennessee (7) 


2-5-0 


1951 


1984 


Central High (8) 


6-2-0 


1893 


1911 


Louisiana Tech (1) 


0-0-1 


1990 


1990 


Texas (3) 


0-3-0 


1959 


1978 


Charlotte Hall Academy (1) 


1-0-0 


1900 


1900 


Louisville (4) 


3-1-0 


1978 


1995 


Texas A & M (2) 


0-2-0 


1957 


1958 


Chicago (1) 


0-1-0 


1926 


1926 


Miami (14) 


7-7-0 


1948 


1987 


Third Army Corps (1) 


1-0-0 


1922 


1922 


Cincinnati (2) 


2-0-0 


1975 


1976 


Miami U. (Ohio) (1) 


0-1-0 


1969 


1969 


Tulane (6) 


4-2-0 


1933 


1995 


Clemson (48) 20-26-2 


1952 


1999 


Michigan (3) 


0-3-0 


1985 


1990 


UCLA (2) 


1-1-0 


1954 


1955 


Clifton Athletic Club (1) 


1-0-0 


1903 


1903 


Michigan State (5) 


1-4-0 


1944 


1950 


U.S. Marines (1) 


1-0-0 


1901 


1901 


Colonial Athletic Club (1) 


0-1-0 


1894 


1894 


Minnesota (1) 


1-0-0 


1977 


1977 


U.S. Merchant Marines (1) 


1-0-0 


1945 


1945 


Connecticut (1) 


1-0-0 


1942 


1942 


Mississippi (2) 


1-1-0 


1952 


1953 


Vanderbilt (11) 


4-7-0 


1927 


1987 


Crescent Athletic Club (1) 


1-0-0 


1892 


1892 


Mississippi State (1) 


1-0-0 


1979 


1979 


Villa nova (10) 


8-2-0 


1970 


1980 


Curtis Bay Coast Guard (1) 


0-1-0 


1943 


1943 


Missouri (6) 


6-0-0 


1949 


1955 


Virginia (64) 


37-25-2 


1919 


1999 


Delaware (9) 


3-5-1 


1899 


1948 


Mount St. Joseph's (2) 


2-0-0 


1902 


1905 


Virginia Military (25) 


14-9-2 


1910 


1972 


Dickinson (1) 


1-0-0 


1916 


1916 


Mount St. Mary's (5) 


1-4-0 


1894 


1907 


Virginia Tech (26) 


15-11-0 


1919 


1993 


Duke (43) 25-18-0 


1932 


1999 


Mount Washington (1) 


0-1-0 


1906 


1906 


Wake Forest (48) 


34-13-1 


1917 


1999 


Duquesne (1) 


1-0-0 


1947 


1947 


Navy (19) 


5-14-0 


1905 


1965 


Walbrook Athletic Club (1) 


0-1-0 


1901 


1901 


Eastern High (5) 


4-1-0 


1893 


1899 


New York U. (2) 


2-0-0 


1916 


1918 


Washington (1) 


0-1-0 


1982 


1982 


Episcopal High (4) 


0-4-0 


1892 


1900 


North Carolina (62) 


27-34-1 


1920 


1999 


Washington & Lee (20) 


13-5-2 


1924 


1953 


Florida (17) 


6-11-0 


1927 


1981 


NC State (56) 


24-28-4 


1909 


1999 


Washington College (23) 


19-3-1 


1894 


1932 


Florida State (10) 


0-10-0 


1966 


1999 


Northern Illinois (1) 


1-0-0 


1996 


1996 


Western Carolina (1) 


1-0-0 


1999 


1999 


Fort Monroe (1) 


0-0-1 


1904 


1904 


Ohio U. (2) 


1-1-0 


1965 


1997 


Western High (1) 


0-0-1 


1900 


1900 


Fredricksburg (Va.) (2) 


2-0-0 


1908 


1911 


Oklahoma (4) 


0-4-0 


1953 


1967 


Western Maryland (32) 


17-14-1 


1893 


1942 


Gallaudet (16) 


9-6-1 


1896 


1929 


Old Maryland (Baltimore) (6) 3-2-1 


1896 


1912 


Western Michigan (1) 


1-0-0 


1989 


1989 


Georgetown (16) 


6-10-0 


1894 


1950 


Olympia Athletic Club (1) 


1-0-0 


1902 


1902 


West Virginia (37) 


17-18-2 


1919 


1999 


Georgetown Prep (2) 


1-1-0 


1900 


1900 


Orient Athletic Club (2) 


2-0-0 


1893 


1894 


William & Mary (3) 


1-2-0 


1905 


1946 


George Washington (14) 


11-3-0 


1898 


1955 


Pennsylvania (5) 


1-4-0 


1922 


1941 


Yale (11) 


2-8-1 


1919 


1930 




QB Jack Scar bath 
(62) threads the 
needle between two 
Louisiana State 
defenders in the 1952 
homecoming game. 
Note the intriguing 
uniform numbers of 
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Terns In Final Rankings 



Final Polls 


Year 


AP U/C 


1949 ... 


.. 14 


1951 ... 


... 3 


1952 ... 


..13 


1953 ... 


... 1 


1954 ... 


.. 8 


1955 ... 


... 3 


1973 ... 


.20 


1974 ... 


. 13 


1975 ... 


.13 


1976 ... 


.. 8 


1978 ... 


.20 


1982 ... 


. 20 ... 18 


1983 ... 


..--... 24 


1984 ... 


.12 9 


1985 ... 


. 18... 17 


U/C-USA Today/ 


CNN Poll 





1949 

1. Notre Dame 

2. Oklahoma 

3. California 

4. Army 

5. Rice 

6. Ohio State 

7. Michigan 

8. Minnesota 

9. Louisiana State 

10. Pacific 

11. Kentucky 

12. Cornell 

13. Villanova 

14. Maryland 

15. Santa Clara 

16. North Carolina 

17. Tennessee 

18. Princeton 

19. Michigan State 

20. Missouri 
Baylor 

1951 

1. Tennessee 

2. Michigan State 

3. Maryland 

4. Illinois 

5. Georgia Tech 

6. Princeton 

7. Stanford 

8. Wisconsin 

9. Baylor 

10. Oklahoma 

11. Texas Christian 

12. California 

13. Virginia 

14. San Francisco 

15. Kentucky 

16. Boston Univ. 

17. UCLA 

18. Washington State 

19. Holy Cross 

20. Clemson 



1952 

1. Michigan State 

2. Georgia Tech 

3. Notre Dame 

4. Oklahoma 

5. USC 

6. UCLA 

7. Mississippi 

8. Tennessee 

9. Alabama 

10. Texas 

11. Wisconsin 

12. Tulsa 

13. Maryland 

14. Syracuse 

15. Florida 

16. Duke 

17. Ohio State 

18. Purdue 

19. Princeton 

20. Kentucky 



1953 



Maryland 

Notre Dame 

Michigan 

Oklahoma 

UCLA 

Rice 

Illinois 

8. Georgia Tech 

9. Iowa 

10. West Virginia 

11. Texas 

12. Texas Tech 

13. Alabama 

14. Army 

15. Wisconsin 

16. Kentucky 

17. Auburn 

18. Duke 

19. Stanford 

20. Michigan 

1954 

I. Ohio State 
UCLA 
Oklahoma 
Notre Dame 
Navy 

Mississippi 
Army 

8. Maryland 

9. Wisconsin 

10. Arkansas 

II. Miami (Fla.) 

12. West Virginia 

13. Auburn 

14. Duke 

15. Michigan 

16. Virginia Tech 

17. USC 

18. Baylor 

19. Rice 

20. Penn State 



1955 

1. Oklahoma 

2. Michigan State 

3. Maryland 

4. UCLA 

5. Ohio State 

6. Texas Christian 

7. Georgia Tech 

8. Auburn 

9. Notre Dame 

10. Mississippi 

11. Pittsburgh 

12. Michigan 

13. USC 

14. Miami (Fla.) 

15. Miami (Ohio) 

16. Stanford 

17. Texas ASM 

18. Navy 

19. West Virginia 

20. Army 

1973 

1. Notre Dame 

2. Ohio State 

3. Oklahoma 

4. Alabama 

5. Penn State 

6. Michigan 

7. Nebraska 

8. USC 

9. Arizona State 
Houston 

11. Texas Tech 

12. UCLA 

13. Louisiana State 

14. Texas 

15. Miami (Ohio) 

16. 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 

10. Miami (Ohio) 

11. NC State 

12. Michigan State 

13. Maryland 

14. Baylor 

15. Florida 

16. Texas A&M 

17. Mississippi State 
Texas 

19. Houston 

20. Tennessee 



1975 

1. Oklahoma 

2. Arizona State 

3. Alabama 

4. Ohio State 

5. UCLA 

6. Texas 

7. Arkansas 

8. Michigan 

9. Nebraska 

10. Penn State 

11. Texas A&M 

12. Miami (Ohio) 

13. Maryland 

14. California 

15. Pittsburgh 

16. Colorado 

17. USC 

18. Arizona 

19. Georgia 

20. West Virginia 

1976 

1. Pittsburgh 

2. USC 

3. Michigan 

4. Houston 

5. Oklahoma 

6. Ohio State 

7. Texas A&M 

8. Maryland 

9. Nebraska 

10. Georgia 

11. Alabama 

12. Notre Dame 

13. Texas Tech 

14. Oklahoma State 

15. UCLA 

16. Colorado 

17. Rutgers 

18. Kentucky 

19. Iowa State 

20. Mississippi State 

1978 

1. Alabama 

2. USC 

3. Oklahoma 

4. Penn State 

5. Michigan 

6. Clemson 

7. Notre Dame 

8. Nebraska 

9. Texas 

10. Houston 

11. Arkansas 

12. Michigan State 

13. Purdue 

14. UCLA 

15. Missouri 

16. Georgia 

17. Stanford 

18. NC State 

19. Texas A&M 

20. Maryland 



1982 

1. Penn State 

2. So. Methodist 

3. Nebraska 

4. Georgia 

5. UCLA 

6. Arizona State 

7. Washington 

8. Clemson 

9. Arkansas 

10. Pittsburgh 

11. Louisiana State 

12. Ohio State 

13. Florida State 

14. Auburn 

15. USC 

16. Oklahoma 

17. Texas 

18. North Carolina 

19. West Virginia 

20. Maryland 

1984 

1. Brigham Young 

2. Washington 

3. Florida 

4. Nebraska 

5. Boston College 

6. Oklahoma 

7. Oklahoma State 

8. So. Methodist 

9. UCLA 

10. USC 

11. South Carolina 

12. Maryland 

13. Ohio State 

14. Auburn 

15. Louisiana State 

16. Iowa 

17. Florida State 

18. Miami (Fla.) 

19. Kentucky 

20. Virginia 

1985 

1. Oklahoma 

2. Michigan 

3. Penn State 

4. Tennessee 

5. Florida 

6. Texas A&M 

7. UCLA 

8. Air Force 

9. Miami (Fla.) 

10. Iowa 

11. Nebraska 

12. Arkansas 

13. Alabama 

14. Ohio State 

15. Florida State 

16. Brigham Young 

17. Baylor 

18. Maryland 

19. Georgia Tech 

20. Louisiana State 



AP Ranking 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 6 Weeks at #2 ... 12 



Weeks at #3 12 

Weeks at #5 9 

Weeks at #7 6 

Weeks at #9 2 



Weeks at #4 5 

Weeks at #6 7 

Weeks at #8 6 

Weeks at #10.... 7 



USA Today/CNN Polls 
1982 1984 



1. Penn State 

2. So. Methodist 

3. Nebraska 

4. Georgia 

5. UCLA 

6. Arizona State 

7. Pittsburgh 

8. Arkansas 

9. Clemson 

10. Washington 

11. Louisiana State 

12. Florida State 

13. Ohio State 

14. USC 

15. Oklahoma 

16. Auburn 

17. West Virginia 

18. Maryland 

19. North Carolina 

20. Texas 

21. Michigan 

22. Alabama 

23. Tulsa 

24. Iowa 

25. Florida 

1983 

1. Miami (Fla.) 

2. Auburn 

3. Nebraska 

4. Georgia 

5. Texas 

6. Brigham Young 

7. Michigan 

8. Ohio State 

9. Florida 

10. Clemson 

11. Illinois 

12. So. Methodist 

13. Alabama 

14. Air Force 

15. West Virginia 

16. Iowa 

17. Tennessee 

18. UCLA 

19. Pittsburgh 

20. Penn State 

21. Oklahoma 

22. Boston College 

23. Oklahoma State 

24. Maryland 

25. East Carolina 



1. Brigham Young 

2. Washington 

3. Florida 

4. Nebraska 

5. Oklahoma 

6. Boston College 

7. Oklahoma State 

8. So. Methodist 

9. Maryland 

10. South Carolina 

11. USC 

12. UCLA 

13. Louisiana State 

14. Ohio State 

15. Auburn 

16. Miami (Fla.) 

17. Florida State 

18. Virginia 

19. Kentucky 

20. Iowa 

21. West Virginia 

22. Army 

23. Georgia 

24. Air Force 

25. Notre Dame 

1985 

1. Oklahoma 

2. Penn State 

3. Michigan 

4. Tennessee 

5. Florida 

6. Miami (Fla.) 

7. Air Force 

8. Texas A&M 

9. UCLA 

10. Iowa 

11. Nebraska 

12. Alabama 

13. Ohio State 

14. Florida State 

15. Arkansas 

16. Brigham Young 

17. Maryland 

18. Georgia Tech 

19. Baylor 

20. Auburn 

21. Louisiana State 

22. Army 

23. Fresno State 

24. Georgia 

25. Oklahoma State 



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Azii Abdur-Ra'oof 

Abbott, Robert 1971 

Abdur-Ra'oof, Azizuddin 1984, '85, '86, '87 

Abrams, Richard 1994 

Absher, Dick 1964, '65, '66 

Adams, Chester 1908 

Adams, Donald 1925, '26, '27 

Adams, Ron 1963, '64 

Adams, Steve 1981 

Agent, Mark 1986, '87, '88, '89 

Aitcheson, Leither 1917 

Aitcheson, Whitney 1913, '14 

Albarano, Ralph 1937, '38, '39 

Albrecht, George 1952, '53, '54 

Albrittain, Lemuel 1902/03 

Alderton, Gene 1955, '56, '57 

Alderton, John 1950, '51, '52 

Alexander, Richard 1941 

Alkire, John 1973, '74 

Alston, O'Brien 1984, '85, '86, '87 

Ambrusko, Ken 1962, '64, '65 

Amend, David 1984, '85, '86, '87 

Anderson, Mike 1986, '87, '88, '89 

Andorka, Bill 1934 

Andrews, Olin 1908, '09, '10 

Andrus, Robert 1946 

Annan, Nick 1992 

Apolenis, Jason 1995, '96, '97 

Arbutina, Matt 1963, '64, '65 

Arizzi, Ernie 1961, '62, '63 

Arline, Kevin 1990, '91, '92 

Armsworthy, Frank 1950 

Arnold, Bob 1984, '85, '86, '87 

Arrington, Jermaine 1998, '99 

Askew, Lewis 1984, '85, '86 

Athey, Ronald 1955, '56 

Atkins, Steve 1975, '76, '77, '78 

Atkinson, Jess 1981, '82, '83, '84 

Augsberger, Pete 1948, '49, '50 

Aulisi, Ed 1980, '81, '82 

Aulisi, Joe 1980, '81, '82 

Austin. Gerald 1982 

Avellini, Bob 1972, '73, '74 

Axt, R. W. (Dutch) 1915, '16, '17 




Harry Bonk 

Bach, Billy 1966 

Badanjek, Rick 1982, '83, '84, '85 

Badgett, Marcus 1990, '91, '92 

Bafford, Harold 1925, '26, '27 

Bagranoff, Larry 1963, '64, '65 

Baierl, Ralph 1953, '54 

Bailey, Cabel (Zeke) 1918, '19, $0, '21, '22 

Bailey, Joe 1984, '85 

Baker, Brian 1981, '82, '83 

Baker, Charles 1906 

Baker, Henry 1994, '95, '96, '97 

Baker, Pat 1965, '66, '67 



Baldante, John 1978, '79 

Baldwin, Clarence 1981, '82, '83 

Banner, Murnis 1960, '61, '62 

Bannon, J.G 1892, '93, '94 

Barbiasz, Chris 1979, '80 

Barkalow, Gerald 1945 

Barlund, Dick 1959, '60, '61 

Barnard, Brooks 1999 

Barnes, George 1941, '42, '45 

Barnes, Hank 1969, 70, '71 

Baroni, John 1947, '48 

Barritt, Ed 1952 

Bartlett, W.D 1923 

Barton, Eric 1995, '96, '97, '98 

Bates, Duane 1944 

Battaglia, Sam 1967 

Bauer, J. W. 1908 

Beamer, Francis 1938, '39 

Beardsley, Al 1956, '58 

Beasley, Mike 1987, '88 

Beatty, Bill 1924, '25 

Becker, Ed 1958 

Bednar, Ray 1970, '71, 72 

Behbahni, Kambiz 1971 

Behr, Sam 1945, '47 

Behrmann, Joe 1957, '58 

Beightol, Lynn 1951, '53, '54, '55 

Bell, Fred 1896, '97 

Bell, Karl 1965 

Bell, Bobby 1976 

Benner, Willis 1932, '33 

Bennett, Gordon 1960 

Benson, Kevin 1972, 73, 74, 75 

Benson, Shawn 1982/83 

Benson, Todd 1978, 79, '80 

Berger, Louis (Bosey) 1930, '31 

Bernardo, Ralph 1943 

Berry, Harold 1940, '41 

Bertha, Brandon 1991, '92 

Besley, Kirk 1922, '24, '25 

Betty, Dale 1958, '59, '60 

Betz, Theodore 1948, '49, '50 

Bielski, Dick 1952, '53, '54 

Bilancioni, Bert 1965 

Binder, Paul 1910 

Birkland, John 1934, '35, '36 

Bishop, Kevin 1999 

Bishop, Randolph 1944, '46 

Bissell, John 1945 

Bittner, Dick 1955 

Blackburn, Ray 1953, '54 

Blackistone, Wade 1894 

Blandford, James 1897, '98 

Bloomingdale. Alan 1973, 74 

Blount, Alvin 1983, '84, '85, '86 

Bobenko, Alex 1943 

Boehley, Bret 1987, '88, '89, '90 

Boeri, Walter 1951, '52 

Boggs, Bryn 1999 

Boinis, John 1962 

Boinis, Pete 1958, '59, '60 

Bolton, Ed 1949, '50 

Bonato, John 1986, '87 

Bond, Carl 1985 

Bonk, Harry 1945, '46, '47, '48 

Bonnet, Arthur 1924, '25 

Boothe, Dan 1942 

Boring, Les 1980, '81 

Bosley, John 1905 

Bosley, Lester 1918, '19, '20, '21 

Bovic, Charles 1902 

Bouscaren, William 1897 

Bowersox, Jack 1953, '54 



Bowland, Bill 1904, '05, '06 

Bowland, Jay 1911, '12, '13, '14 

Bowman, Charles 1967 

Boxold, Charles 1953, '54 

Boyda, John 1937, '38, '39 

Bozeman, Richard 1943 

Bracken, Lou 1967, '68 

Bradford, Jack 1987, '88, '89, '90 

Bradford, Robert 1949 

Bradley, J.A 1898, '99 

Bradley, Madison 1992, '93 

Bradley, Walter 1933 

Bragg, Jamie 1992, '93, '94 

Bramson, Bernardo 1964, '65, '66 

Brancato, Joe 1973, 74 

Brand, Robert 1937, '38 

Brandt, Marshall 1942 

Brannan, Tim 1970, 71, 72 

Branner, Cecil .. 1919, '20, '21, '22, 23 

Brant, Mike 1967, '68, '69 

Brant, Tim 1970, 71, 72 

Branthover, Lee 1970, 71 

Brasher, James 1947, '48, '49 

Bray, Leon 1986 

Brechbiel, Jim 1973, 74 

Brechbiel, Tom 1964 

Breedlove, Rod 1957, '58, '59 

Brenner, John 1941, '42 

Bresnahan, Tom 1964 

Breunich, Tom 1952, '53 

Brewer, Edward (Untz) ... 1916, '20, '21 

Brewer, Mac 1922, '23 

Brkovich, Joe 1981, '82, '83 

Broglio, Paul 1947, '48 

Bromley, Walter 1922, '23, '24, '25 

Brougher, Don 1952, '53, '54 

Broumel, Tom 1960 

Brown, David 1900, '01, '02, '03 

Brown, Donald 1984/85 

Brown, Gurnest 1979, '80, '81, '82 

Brown, Hugh 1991 

Brown, James (J.B.) 1985, '86, '87, '88 

Brown, Jason 1997 

Brown, Robert 1937, '38, '39 

Brown, Tim 1992, '93, '94, 

Brown, Tim 1996, '97 

Brown, Tom 1960, '61, '62 

Brubaker, Eric 1975 

Brunson, Wayne 1985, '86, '87, '88 

Bryan, Thomas 1901 

Bryant, William 1937 

Brzostowski, Art 1965, '66, '67 

Budkoff, Nick 1936, '37 

Bullock, Keith 1985 

Bungori, Dan 1971, 72, 73 

Burdelski, Steve 1983 

Burgee, Dick 1953, '54, '55 

Burger, Joe 1921, '22, '23, '24 

Burgess, Tom 1977, 78, 79 

Burgly, Bill 1956, '57 

Burke, Pat 1968, '69, '70 

Burke. Steven 1983 

Burke, Terry 1983. '84, '85, '86 

Burlin, Ralph 1939, '40, '41 

Burmeister, Doug 1984 

Burnett, Doug 1991, '92, '93, '94 

Burns, Jimmy 1910 

Burruss, Lloyd 1976, 77, 78, '80 

Burton, Bob 1961, '62, '63 

Bury, Lou 1962/63 

Buscher. Bernie 1933, '34, '35 

Buscher, F.A 1932, '33 

Butsko, Harry 1961, '62 



Byrd, Bill 

Byrd, Harry C. (Curley) ... 1905, '06, '07 
Byrom. Bruce 1977, 78, 79, '80 




Brad Carr 



Calandra, William 1971 

Caldwell, Rodney 1982 

Calendine, Eric 1999 

Callahan, Charles 1933, '34, '35 

Calta, Keith 1976, 77, 78 

Campbell, Joe 1973, 74, 75, 76 

Carinci, Jan 1978, 79, '80 

Carliss, Ernest 1929, '30, '31 

Carlson, Rick 1966, '67, '68 

Carney, Mike 1978, 79, '80 

Carr, Brad 1974, 75, 76, 77 

Carr, David 1988, '89 

Carroll, Charles 1957 

Carroll, Douglas 1899 

Carter, A.R 1914 

Carter, Andrew 1993 

Carter, Crawford 1918 

Carter, Louis 1972, 73, 74 

Carter, Vernon 1983 

Casto, Dale 1978, 79, '80 

Cashell, Dorsey 1897, '98 

Chacos, Louis 1942 

Chadick, Mike 1968 

Chalmers, George (Shorty)1929, '30, '31 

Chamberlain, Glenn 1977, '78 

Chapman, Ted 1984, '85, '86 

Charland, Doug 1992 

Chavez, Mario 1994, '95, '96 

Cheeseboro, Omar 1997, '98, '99 

Chiaverini, Len 1962, '63 

Chisari, Thomas 1943, '44, '45 

Chovanes, Eddie 1941, '42, '46 

Christianson, Dave 1951 

Christy, Mike 1998 

Church, C. Grant 1897, '98 

Church, L.M 1905 

Ciambor, Steve 1967, '68, '69 

Cianciulli, Steve 1978 

Cianelli, Dave 1949, '50, '51 

Cichowski, Tom 1963, '64, '65 

Cielensky, Mike 1973, 74, 75 

Claiborne, Jonathan 1975, 76, 77 

Clark, Morrison 1920 

Clark, Will 1996 

Cloud, Everett 1958, '59, '60 

Cockey, John 1902, '03, '04, '05 

Coggins, Bert 1916 

Coggins, Irving 1914, '15, '16 

Colbert, Bob 1967, '68, '69 

Cole, Bob 1958 

Cole, Fred 1956, '57, '58 

Cole, George 1932 

Collins, Bobby 1964, '65, '66 

Collins, Gary 1959, '60. '61 

Collins, George 1984, '85 

Collins, Scott 1977, 78, '79 

Colteryahn, Lloyd 1951/52 

Colton, George 1984, '85 

Colvin, Darren 1990, '91, '92 

Compton, Barnes 1892, '93 

Condie, Dennis 1960, '61 



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Condon, John 1949 

Conrad, Dave 1974, 75, 76 

Conrad, Luther 1940, '41, '42 

Conroy, Brian 1984 

Continetti, Reno 1943, '44 

Cooke, Ed 1955, '57 

Cooke, Sam 1897, '98, '99 

Cooper, Barney 1905, '06, '07 

Cooper, Fred 1964, '65, '66 

Cooper, Joe 1991, '92 

Cooper, Larry 1943, '44 

Corcoran, Jim 1962, '63, '64 

Cordyack, John 1940, '41 

Corvino, Mike 1979, '80, '81, '82 

Cory, Ernest 1907, '08 

Cosgrove, Tom 1950, '51, '52 

Coster, H.0 1916, '17, '18 

Couch, George 1942 

Covington, Al... 1982, '83, '84, '85, '86 
Covington, Bryant .. 1983, '84, '85, '86 
Cowsette, Delbert ...1996, '97, '98, '99 

Cozzi, Richard 1975 

Cowdrey, Chris 1970, 71, 72 

Cox, Doug 1983, '84 

Cox, Renard 1998, '99 

Crapster, Jack 1908 

Crawford, Matt 1999 

Crecca, Joseph 1932, '33 

Crosby, Cliff 1996, '97, '98 

Crosland, Robert 1945, '46 

Crossan, Dave 1960, '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 1943, '44, '45 

Darby, Samuel 1899 

Dare, Howie 1954, '55, '57 

Davidson, Jim 1959, '60, '61 

Davidson, Troy 1996, '97 

Davis, Fred 1946, '47, '48, '49 

Davis, Jack 1954, '55, '56 

Davis, Lynn 1949, '50, '51 

Davis, Russell 1981, '82, '83 

Dean, Robert 1948, '49, '50 

DeArmas, Dan 1988, '89, '90, '91 

DeArmas, David 1992 

DeArmey, Frank 1935, '36, '37 

DeArmey, John 1938 

DeBruin, Dave 1991, '92 

DeCarlo, Dan 1974, 75 

DeCicco, Nick 1955, '56, '57 

DeFreitas. Gavin 1999 

Deitz, Guy 1972, 73, 74 

DeMoss, James 1989 

Decker, Don 1951/52 

Deckman, Joe 1930 

Demczuk, Bernard (Sonny) ...1968, '69 



Dennis, Russell 1953, '54, '55 

Dent, Gilbert 1900 

Dent, Gil 1926 

DePaul, Bobby 1982, '83 

Derrick, H.B 1914, '15, '16 

DeStephano, Robert 1950, '51, '52 

Detko, Cheser 1960, '61, '62 

Devon, Joe 1898 

Dewitz, Brant 1979, '80 

DiCaprio, Richard 1973, 74 

Dick, Larry 1975, 77 

Dickey, Edmund 1900 

Dietrich, Leroy 1958, '59, '60 

Dietz, Guy 1973, 74 

Dill, Chris 1965 

Dill, John 1967/68, '69 

DiMaria, Phil 1989 

DiOrio, Joe 1967, '68 

Dittmar, Jack 1941, '42 

Divito, Paul 1973, 74, 75 

Doak, Harry 1906, '07 

Dodson, Charlie 1927, '28, '29 

Dominic, Brian 1971 

Donas, Kevin 1983, '84 

Donofrio, Ralph 1966, '67 

Doory, Frank 1943, '44 

Dotter, Don 1977, 78 

Dougals, John 1976, 77 

Drach, Joseph 1945, '46, '47 

Dragan, Doug 1984 

Drass, Pat 1959, '60, '61 

Drimal, Chuck 1967 

Drozdov, Darren 1988, '89, '91, '92 

Drozdov, Olaf 1962, '63, '64 

Dubis, Jade 1991, '92, '93, '94 

DuBois, Oscar 1942 

Duda, Mark 1979, '80, '81, '82 

Dudish, Mickey 1976, 77, 78 

Duley, Tom 1931 

Dunbar, Emmons 1900, '01, '02 

Dunham, Duane 1984, '85, '86, '87 

Dunne, Dave 1991, '92 

Durbin, Mark 1981 

Dutton, Ken 1967, '68, '69 

Duvall, Mearle 1939, '40, '41 

Dwyer, Frank 1939 

Dyer, John 1968, '69, 70 

Dyson, Gene 1955 




Earley, Harold 1949 

Edel, Sam T 1919 

Edmunds, Ferrell 1984, '85, '86, '87 

Edwards, Jason 1986 

Edwards, Karl 1987, '88, '89, '90 

Edwards, Russ 1995, '96, '97, '98 

Edwards, Tony 1983, '84, '85 

Ellinger, Charlie 1934, '35, '36 

Ellis, Gary 1978, 79 

Emerson, Darryl 1982 

Emrich, William 1971 

Ennis, Lou 1933/34/35 

Ensign, Fred 1992 

Eppley, Geary (Swede) 1919, '20 

Erhard, Jerry 1970, 72 

Esiason, Norman (Boomer) . 1981, '82, '83 



Eubanks, Howard ....1979, '80, '81, '82 

Evans, Bill 1974, 75 

Evans, Clay 1907 

Evans, Francis 1945, '46, '47, '48 

Evans, Trey 1997, '99 

Evans, William 1928, '29, '30 

Everhart, Cleveland 1993 

Everson, William 1947, '48 




Ralph Fisher 

Faber, Parker 1930, '31 

Faloney, Bernie 1951, '52, '53 

Faucette, Chuck 1983, '84, '85, '86 

Fazio, Ron 1982, '83, '84 

Fanz, Scott 1978, 79, '80 

Farrell, Albert 1932 

Fasano, Rick 1978, 79, '80 

Fastuca, Sal 1944 

Feher, Gene 1961, '62, '63 

Fehr, Walter 1945, '46 

Felton, Ralph 1951, '52, '53 

Ferrante, Joe 1961, '62, '63 

Fesmeyer, Charles 1901, '02 

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 1930 

Fishman, Jerry 1963, '64 

Fitzgerald, Craig 1994, '95 

Fitzpatrick, Paul 1967, '68, '69 

Fleece, Rick 1988, '89, '90 

Fletcher, Andy 1916, '17 

Fletcher, Dwayne 1958, '59, '60 

Fletcher, Edward 1935, '36 

Flick, Paul 1942 

Flor, Tom 1957, '58, '59 

Flores, Jaime 1992, '93 

Flynn, Tim 1953, '54, '55 

Foley, Kevin 1993 

Forbes, John 1957, '58 

Ford, James 1977 

Forrester, James 1937, '38 

Forte, Shawn 1998, '99 

Fosque, Tim 1994 

Foster, Daniel 1975 

Fotta, Bill 1976 

Fowler, Melvin 1998, '99 

Fowlkes, Kevin 1987/88 

Fox, Hank 1949, '50, '51 

Franciscus, Tony 1989 

Franklin, Jamie 1972, 75 

Frattaroli, Joe 1962, '64 

Fraser, Quinzy 1997, '98 

Friedgen, Ralph 1968 

Fries, Greg 1968, '69, 70 

Fritsch, John 1955, '56, '57 

Fritz, Emile 1945, '46 

Fromang, Steve 1970, 71, 72 

Fry, Clarence (Chick) 1949, '50, '51 

Fullerton, Ed 1950, '51, '52 

Fuller, Clifton 1892, '93, '94 

Fulton, Ed 1973, 74, 75, 76 



Funk, Mike 1962 

Furman, Jeff 1984 

Furman, Tyrone 1981, '82, '83 

Furst, Walter 1911 




Chip Garber 

Gaarn, Tim 1986, '87 

Gaetz, Norman 1944 

Gaines, Mike 1970, 71, 72 

Gall, Ed 1977, 78, 79 

Gallagher, Bob 1958 

Gait, Pete 1905 

Gambino, Lu 1946, '47 

Garber, Chip 1975, 76, 77 

Gardi, Joe 1957, '58, '59 

Gareis, Hank 1967, '68, '69 

Garner, Enoch 1902 

Garrott, William 1933, '35 

Gary, Guilian 1998, '99 

Gawlick, Fred 1965, '66, '67 

Gayzur, Rudolph 1949 

Gebhardt, John 1967, '68 

Gelbaugh, Stan 1984, '85 

George, Mike 1998, '99 

Getz, Harry 1935 

Gibbons, Charles 1896, '97 

Gibson, Ray 1962 

Gick, Ryan 1995, '97 

Gienger, Craig 1970 

Gienger, George 1939, '40 

Gierula, Chester 1947, '48, '49, '50 

Gilbert, Herbert 1918, '19, '20, '21 

Giles, Darryl 1994, '95, '96, '97 

Gill, Vernon 1903, '04 

Gillespie, Bill 1967, '69 

Gillespie, Mike 1993, '94 

Gilliam, Darryl 1993, '95, '96, '97 

Gilmore, Ed 1962, '63 

Gilmore, John 1940, '42 

Gioia, Bob 1980, '81 

Giuliano, Joe 1986, '87 

Glamp, Paul 1976, 78, 79 

Glamp, Pete 1978, 79, '80 

Gleasner, Don 1945 

Glenn, 0'Neil 1990 

Glover, Kevin 1982, '83, '84 

Goldman, Luther 1933 

Goode, Joel 1989, '91 

Goodman, Jim 1946, '47, '48 

Gore, Lamont 1993, '94, '95, '96 

Gormley, John 1934, '35, '36 

Grace, Mike 1966, '67, '68 

Graff, Gustavius 1892, '93 

Graham, Duey 1970 

Grant, Bill 1967, '68 

Grason, Andy 1898, '99 

Graves, Monte 1999 

Gray, Eugene 1992, '93, '94, '95 

Green, Dean 1988/89 

Green, Gene 1992 

Greene, Tony 1968, '69, 70 

Greenstein, Erik 1993, '94, '95, '96 

Greer, William 1944, '45 

Gregory, Larry 1979 

Gretz, Harry 1933 

Grier, Ernest 1997 






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Gross. James 1981, '82. '83 

Groves, John (Boots) 1919. '20, '21, '22, '23 

Guckeyson, Bill 1934. '35, '36 

Guerra, Angel 1992, '93, '94 

Gunderman, Bobby 1982, '83.'84 

Gunderman, Ed 1965, '66 

Gunderman, Tom 1957, '58. '59 



Gundry, Jesse 1921 




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Darryl Hill 



Hack. David 1991, '93, '94 

Hacker, Bob 1959. '60, '61 

Hafer, Robert 1943 

Hagen, James 1977 

Hagerman, Tom 1942 

Haley, Bob 1967, '68 

Hall, Irving (Bottle) 1923, '24 

Hamilton, Fred 1955, '56, '57 

Hamley, James 1969 

Hanes, Norris 1990 

Hannigan, John 1961, '62 

Hanulak, Chet 1951, '52, '53 

Harbert, Doug 1975, '76, '77 

Harding, Samuel (Pop) .. 1892, '93, '94 

Hardisty, John 1899, 1900 

Harraka, Greg 1982, '83, '84 

Harrell, Greg 1984 

Harris, Derick 1974 

Harris. George 1893, '94 

Harris, Leon 1976 

Harris, Richie 1989, '90, '91. '92 

Harrison, Latrez 1999 

Harrison, Roland 1892, '93, '94 

Hart, R.G 1915 

Hatala, Jason 1997, '98, '99 

Hatfield, Norm 1962, '63 

Hatter, Jim 1956, '57, '58 

Hatton, Hannibal 1905, '06 

Haussmann, Kevin 1978 

Havener, Chris 1980 

Hayes, Chris 1998 

Hawkins, Ralph 1955, '56, '57 

Hayden, Courtney 1930, '31 

Hayman, Edgar 1904 

Headley, Coleman 1934, '35, '36 

Heagy, Al 1927, '28, '29 

Healy, Don 1955, '56, '57 

Healy, Jack 1955, '56 

Heffner, Fred 1952. '53 

Heine, George 1923, '24 

Heintz. William 1928. '29 

Helbock. Bill 1942 

Helmer, John 1999 

Henderson, E.J 1999 

Henne, Aaron 1993. '94, '95, '96 

Henning, Dan 1985, '86, '87 

Henry, Erik 1993 

Hentz, Andre 1995, '96 

Herzog, Fred 1924, '25 

Hesprich, Rhett 1995, '96. '97 

Hetrick. John " 1966 

Heuring, Ed 1954. '55. '56 

Heward. Harry 1894, '96 

Hewitt, Frederick 1937, '38 

Heyer, Frank 1940, '41 

Hickey. Tom 1964 



Hickman, William 1943 

Hicks, Chaplain 1907, '08 

Hicks, Eric 1994, '95, '96, '97 

Hicks, Johnnie 1993, '95, '96, '97 

Hill, Charles 1998. '99 

Hill, Darryl 1963 

Hill, Greg 1982, '83, '84 

Hillis, Robert 1943 

Hinebaugh, Wade 1896, '97 

Hindman, E.R 1913, '14. '15 

Hines, Frank 1898, '99 

Hines, Frank, Jr 1932 

Hines, Greg 1989, '90, '91 

Hinkle, Monte 1971, '72, '73 

Hoch, Mike 1966 

Hoen, Ralph 1907, '08 

Hoen, Stanley 1908 

Hoffecker, Frank 1911, '12, '13 

Hoffman, Charles 1968, '69 

Hoffman, Edward 1943 

Hoffman, Gil 1982, '83, '84 

Hoffman, Herb 1952, '53, '54 

Hoffman, Jeff 1989 

Hofland, Mark 1986, '87, '88, '89 

Hoge, Hamilton 1906 

Holder, Eric 1983/84, '85 

Holinka, Jeff 1983, '84, '85 

Mollis. Michael 1987, '88, '89, '90 

Holobetz, Corey 1992, '93, '94 

Hons, Craig 1970 

Hoopengardner, Joe 1940, '42 

Hoover, Kim 1973, 74, '75 

Hopson, Mike 1990, '91 

Horning, Joe 1951, '52, '53, '54 

Hough, John 1922, '23, '24 

Hough, Josh 1996, '97 

Howard, Jeremiah 1994, '95 

Hrezo, Joe 1960, '61, '62 

Hufman, Jack 1942 

Huggins, Jomo 1998 

Hughes, Bill 1984, '85, '86, '87 

Hughes. Leroy 1972, '73, '74, '75 

Hull, Mike 1997 

Humphries, Howard 1963, '64, '65 

Hunt, Max 1940 

Hunteman. Charles 1912, '13 

Hurd, Art 1951, '52 

Hurson, Edward 1943 




Wade Inge 

Idzik, John 1947, '48, '49, '50 

Iglehart, John 1905 

Igus, Chris 1983, '84 

Imphong, Mike 1967 

Inge, Bill 1990, '91. '92 

Inge. Wade 1992, '93. '94, '95 

Ingram, Stephen .... 1990, '92, '93, '94 
Irvine, John 1952, '53, '54 




Jim Joyce 

Jackson, Fred 1946 

Jackson, Paul 1996, '97, '98 

Jackson, Tony 1997, 1998 

James, Bruce 1995, '96, '98 

James, Eric 1998, '99 

James, Robert 1941, '42, '46 

Jameson, George 1906 

Jankowski, Gary 1960, '61, '62 

Jarmolowich, Michael 1989, '90, '91, '92 

Jarmoska, George 1940, '41, '42 

Jefferson, Ben 1985, '87, '88 

Jenkins, Kris 1997, '98, '99 

Jennings, Ricky 1973, '74, 75 

Jenkins, Anthony 1995, '97 

Jernigan, Cy 1971, 73 

Johnson, Andreal.... 1993, '94, '95, '96 

Johnson, Barry 1987, '88, '89, '90 

Johnson, Charles 1976, 77, 78 

Johnson, Dave 1911, '12, '13 

Johnson, Ed 1965 

Johnson, Jonathan 1994, '95 

Johnson, Louis 1990, '91 

Johnson, Mancel ....1993, '94, '95, '96 

Johnson, Ricky 1988, '89 

Johnson, Sam 1978, 79, '80 

Johnston, Richard 1945, '46 

Joines, Vernon 1985, '86, '87, '88 

Jones, Clarence 1987, '88, '89, '90 

Jones, David 1971 

Jones, Lendell 1981, '82, '83 

Jones, Randall 1998/99 

Jones, Stan 1951, '52, '53 

Jordan, LaMont 1997, '98, '99 

Joyce, Fred 1962, '63, '64 

Joyce, Jim 1957, '58, '59 

Joyce, Jim 1981, '82, '83 

Joyner, Willie 1981, '82, '83 




Steve Koziol 

Kalapinski, Matt 1997, '98, '99 

Kaleo, John 1992 

Kane, Ed 1966, '67, '68 

Karangalen, Peter 1943 

Karnash, Stanley 1948, '49, '50 

Kaufman, Norman 1959, '60 

Kecman, Dan 1967, '68, '69 

Kecman, Ron 1970, 71, 72 

Keith, Jeff 1949, '51 

Keenan, Charles 1930, '31, '32 

Keenan, John 1926, '27. '28 

Kefauver, Harry 1898, '99 

Kelly, Harold 1970 

Kemp, William 1909, '10, '11 

Kenley, Frank 1896, '97, '98 

Kenny, John 1964, '65 

Kensler, Ed 1948, '49, '50, '51 

Kern, Fred 1957, '58 



Kershner, Ted 1956, ' 57, '58 

Kessler, Gordon 1926, '27, '28 

Kichman, Charles 1956 

Kiernan, Paul 1931, '32 

Kilgallen, Jim 1953 

Kinard, Ben 1973/74 

King, John 1968, '69 

Kinney, Eugene 1945, '46, '47, '48 

Kinney, Vince 1975, 76, 77 

Kirchiro, Bill 1959/60/61 

Kiselak, Mike 1987, '88, '89 

Kishpaugh, W.M 1913, '14, '15, '16 

Klaube, Ted 1975, 76, 77 

Klein, Robert 1984, '85, '86, '87 

Klingerman, Doug 1964, '65 

Kloppmeyer, Charles 1906 

Knight, Chris 1983, '85 

Knode, Bobby 1916, '17, '18, '19 

Knode, Ken 1911, '12, '13, '14, '15 

Koch, Peter 1981. '82, '83 

Koehler, Hugh (Pop) 1909, '10, '11, '12 

Koelle, Raymond 1930, '31 

Kolarac, George 1954, '55, '56 

Kolencik, Frank 1979, '80, '81, '82 

Kolodne, Walter 1943 

Kolmo, Bill 1956 

Kopka, Brian 1997, '98, '99 

Koprowski, Marion 1973, 74, 75 

Koziol, Steve 1976, 77, 78 

Krahling, Chick 1964, '65 

Krajcovic, Jess 1929, '30, '31 

Kramer, Marvin 1949, '50 

Kramer, Paul 1953 

Kraus, Joe 1983, '84 

Kreider, John 1979, '80, '81 

Kremus, Jason 1991, '93 

Kronberg, Vic 1982 

Krouse, William (Sully) 1939, '40 

Krouse, Raymond .... 1947, '48, '49, '50 

Kubany, Glenn 1968, '69 

Kuchta, Joe 1948, '49, '50 

Kurz. Jim 1946 

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Lacy. Michael 1992 

Ladygo. Peter 1950, '51 

Landolt, Dean 1968 

Laneve, Ron 1957, '58 

Lange, Robert 1973, 74 

Lanigan, Pat 1924, '25 

Larkin, Bob 1980 

Larkin, Edward 1971 

LaRue, James 1947, '48, '49 

Lary, Ralph 1977, 78, 79, '80 

Latham, Ector 1922, '23 

Lattimer, Charles 1951, '52, '53 

Laughery, Bob 1952 

Lavine, Stanford 1948, '49 

Lavrusky, Jim 1965, '66, '67 

Lawrence, Doug 1990, '91, '92 

Lawrence, George 1938, '39 

Lawrence, James 1968 

Lawrynas, Ben 1992 

Lawson, J.W. 1892 

Layman, Bob 1956, '57, '58 

Lazaro, Bill 1958, '59 



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Lazzarino, Joe 1954, '55 

Leatherman, John 1926 

LeGore, Walter 1904 

LeHayne, Alfred 1975 

Lewis, Dickie 1956, '57, '58 

Lewis, Garner 1924 

Lewis, Grenville 1894, '95 

Lewis, Jermaine 1992, '93, '94, '95 

Lewis, Mike 1979, '80, '81, '82 

Lewis, Reggie 1999 

Lewis, Ron 1962, '63 

Liebold, Leland 1952 

Lillibridge, John 1896, '97 

Lilly, Hank 1963 

Lindsay, Paul 1951 

Linkous, Fred 1925, '26, '27 

Lishack, Michael 1971 

Littles, Rod 1998, '99 

Livingston, Phil 1978, '79 

Lloyd, Edward 1938, '39 

Lombard, Henry 1928, '29 

Loncar, Ed 1977, '78 

Loomis, Lynn 1912, '13 

Lorton, Kyle 1979, '80 

Lovett, Billy 1966, '67, '68 

Lowery, Bren 1986, '87, '88, '89 

Luckey, George 1923, '24 

Lumsden, Milton 1939, '40 

Lunn, Cameron (Tubby) 1906, '07 

Lutz, James 1943 

Lyght, Erwyn 1996, '97, '98, '99 

Lynch, Leonard 1981, '82, '83, '84 



Lytle, Ken 1993, '95 




Mark Mason 

Maarleveld, J.D 1984, '85 

MacBride, Bob 1969, '70 

MacDonald, Alexanderl916, '17, '19, '20 

MacDonald, John 1932 

Mace, Ron 1962 

Mack, Sharrod 1992, '93 

Mackall, Thomas 1904, '05, '06, '07 

Mackert, Roy 1919, '20 

Maddox, Alvin 1976, '77, '78 

Madigan, George 1928, '29 

Mahnic, Robert 1969, '70 

Main, Wilbur 1956, '57 

Makar, James 1943 

Maletzky, Bill 1951, '52 

Mallonee, Lloyd 1942 

Manges, Mark 1974, '75, '76, '77 

Marchetti, Nick 1986, '88 

Marchetto, Peter 1977 

Marciniak, Walt 1964, '65 

Marino, Chris 1983 

Markoe, Dave 1964 

Marrone, Dave 1990, '91, '92 

Marshall, Larry 1969, '70, '71 

Martell, James 1970, '71, '72 

Martin, Andre 1993 

Martin, Andy 1963, '64 

Martin, Bill 1957, '58 

Martin, Charles 1963, '64 

Martine, Roy 1950, '51 

Mason, Mark 1990, '91, '92, '93 



Massey, Paul 1946 

Massey, Tom 1898 

Massie, Leonard 1969, '70, '71 

Mastrole, Ken 1996, '97, '98 

Matera, Brian 1977, '78, '79 

Matthews, J. Marsh 1900, '01, '02 

Matthews, James 1989 

Mattia, Peter 1968, '69, '70 

Mattis, Bob 1982 

May, Charlie 1929, '31 

Mayer, George 1904 

Mayhew, John 1932 

Mayo, Edmund 1903 

McCall, Calvin 1999 

McCarthy, John 1936, '37 

McCarthy, Joseph 1944, '45 

McCarthy, Patrick 1943, '46 

McCaw, Stewart 1934 

McDonald, John 1927, '28, '29 

McFadden, Bill 1981, '82 

McFadden, Earl 1943 

McGonnigal, Brett 1988 

McHale, Tom 1983 

McHugh, Thomas .... 1947, '48, '49, '50 

McLaughlin, Tom 1935 

McLuckie, Tom 1952, '53, '54 

McManus, Edward 1970,71 

McNeil, Paul 1940 

McNutt, Alonzo 1905 

McQuade, Jack 1921, '22, '23 

McQuade, Thomas 1949 

McQueen, Lorie 1964, '65 

McQuown, Wymand 1964, '65, '66 

McVicker, John 1955 

Meade, Jim 1936, '37 

Medile, Sam 1979, '80 

Meister, Bill 1968, '69, '70 

Melcher, Dick 1963, '65 

Melcher, Mick 1963, '64, '65 

Merritt, Roland 1968, '69 

Mesner, Bruce 1983, '84, '85, '86 

Mess, R.W 1913, '14 

Messina, Brad 1997, '98, '99 

Michael, R.M 1916 

Mier, Jack 1941, '42 

Mike, David 1993 

Mike-Mayer, Steve 1972, '73, '74 

Milanovich, Scott 1993, '94, '95 

Miles, Larry 1984, '85 

Milkovich, Bob 1979, '80, '81 

Miller, Charlie 1929 

Miller, Chris 1973, '74 

Miller, Doug 1982 

Miller, Gary 1963 

Miller, Mike 1975, '76 

Miller, Tom 1969, '70, '71 

Milligan, John 1993 

Milling, James 1984, '85, '86, '87 

Miloszewski, Dick 1950, '51, '52 

Miloszewski, John 1966 

Minion, Ed 1933, '34, '35 

Mitchell, Hanson 1896 

Mitchell, John 1931, '32 

Mitchell, Parker 1892, '93 

Mitchell, Walter 1900, '01, '02, '03 

Modzelewski, Dick 1950, '51, '52 

Modzelewski, Edward 1949, '50/51 

Molster, Charley 1918 

Molster, James 1947 

Mona, Joe 1959, '60, '62 

Mondroff, Pershing 1937, '39 

Monroe, Scooter 1999 



Mont, Tom 1941, '42, '46 

Montgomery, Tom 1913 

Moore, Eric 1970 

Moore, John 1919, '20, '21', '22 

Moore, Marlon 1998, '99 

Moore, Robert 1995 

Moran, J. Patrick 1944 

Morgan, Bob 1951, '52, '53 

Morhinweg, Fred 1917 

Morris, Scott 1943 

Morris, William (Country) .... 1912, '13 

Morrison, Clark 1921 

Mortensen, Carl 1966 

Morter, LaRoy 1945, '46 

Morton, Carl 1986 

Morton, John 1939, '40, '41 

Moss, 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, '99 

Murphy, Scott 1975 

Myers, Dutch 1918, '19 

Myrtle, Chip 1964, '65, '66 

Myslinski, Tom 1965, '66, '67 




Dick Novak 

Nairn, Roland 1950 

Nalewak, Ron 1964, '65 

Namath, Frank 1990 

Nardo, Anthony 1942 

Nardo, Dave 1962, '63 

Nash, John 1973, '74, '75 

Nash, John 1980, '81, '82 

Navarro, Frank 1950, '51, '52 

Naylor, Ralph 1900, '01, '02 

Neal, Tommy 1983, '84, '85, '86 

Nelligan, Bert 1896 

Nelson, Richard 1932, '33, '34 

Nelson, Richard 1986, '87, '88 

Nesbit, Andy .... 1918, '19, '20, '21, '22 

Nestor, Paul 1951, '52 

Neville, Al 1971, '72, 73 

Nick, Glenn 1977 

Nickla, Ed 1958 

Niederhelman, Joe 1982, '83 

Nolan, Dick 1952, '53 

Norn's, John 1930, '31 

Norton, Patrick 1992 

Novak, Dick 1959, '60, '61 

Nusz, Dave 1953, '54, '55 




Gene Ochap 

Oberle, Ken 1987, '88, '89, '90 

Oberlin, Lyman 1914, '15, '16 

Ochap, Gene 1974, 75, 76 

O'Connor, Ed 1952 

Odell, Dave 1976 

O'Donnell, Dick 1954 

O'Donnell, Joe 1994, '95, '96 

O'Donnell, Neil 1987, '88, '89 

Oertly, Fred 1893 

Ogbogu, Eric 1994, '95, '96, '97 

Ogle, Kendall 1994, '96, '97, '98 

O'Hara, Dennis 1968, '69, 71 

O'Hare, Tim 1978 

Oifebeson, Whitney 1915 

Okanlawon, Tony 1998, '99 

Olavarria, Luis 1992, '93 

Olecki, Bruce 1967, '69 

Oliveras, Ramon 1997 

Olkewicz, Neal 1976, 77, 78 

Orta, Ralph 1989, '90, '91 

Osborn, Downey 1923, '24 

Osier, Jerry 1962 

Owen, Norman 1943 




Glenn Page 

Pacella, David 1979, '80, '81, '82 

Pagnucci, Romeo 1919, '20, '21 

Page, Calvin 1901 

Page, Glenn 1987, '88, '89, '90 

Palahunik, George 1952, '53, '54 

Palanda, Michael 1977 

Palmer, Bruce 1976, 77, 78 

Panagos, Jim 1991, '92 

Pancza, Joe 1967 

Papuchis, John 1978 

Paredes, Ramon 1985, '86 

Parker, Alvin 1924, '25 

Parker, David 1989 

Parker, Tommy 1983, '84, '85, '86 

Parson, John 1926, '27 

Parsons, Jim 1952, '53, '54, '55 

Pastrana, Alan 1965, '66, '68 

Patterson, Doug 1997, '99 

Pearson, Ron 1966, '67, '68 

Pease, Al 1929, '30, '31 

Peck, Lyle 1978, 79 

Pellegrini, Bob 1953, '54, '55 

Pennington, Victor 1914 

Perlo, Phil 1955/57 

Perry, Bruce 1999 

Peters, Francis 1898, '99, 1900 

Petibon, Richie 1984, '85, '86, '87 

Petronaci, John 1971 

Petruzzo, Joseph 1950, '51 

Petry, Phil 1964, '65 

Pettit, Bill 1964 



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Phillips, Al 1946, '47, '48 

Phillips, Vance 1990 

Phoenix, Richard 1992 

Pietrowski, Joseph 1945 

Piker, Robert 1945 

Pinck, Guy 1904 

Piper, Dan 1960, '61, '62 

Pirronello, William 1943 

Pitzer, John 1930 

Plank, Kevin 1992, '93, '94, '95 

Plasnig, Dutch 1921 

Plevin, Tom 1966, '67, '68 

Plocki, Dan 1985, '86, '87, '88 

Pobiak, Ed 1948, '49, '50 

Poling, William 1945, '46 

Pollock, George (Rosy) .. 1921, '22, '23 

Polyanski, Stan 1955 

Pompey, Kevin 1990 

Poniatowski, Hank 1959, '60, '61 

Poppelman, Ray 1930, '31, '32 

Posy, Gilbert 1909, '10, '11 

Posey, Walter ... 1913, '14, '15, '16, '17 

Pouleur, A.L 1902, '03 

Powers, Warren 1985, '86, '87, '88 

Prough, Pearse 1892, '93 

Prunzik, Dan 1989, '90, '91, '92 

Psira, Ken 1960 

Pue, Dick 1892, '93 

Pugh, Bill 1981 

Pugh, Charlie 1927 

Pugh, Ed 1921, '22, '23, '24 

Purvis, Bart 1971, '72, '73 




Robert Raba 

Raba, Robert 1973, '74, '75, '76 

Radice, Julie 1928, '29 

Rae, Tom 1960, '61, '62 

Raedy, Mike 1918, '19 

Rather, Darrick 1993, '94, '95 

Ratliff, Don 1970, '71, '72 

Reagan, Ron 1989, '90, '91, '92 

Reed, Dee 1993 

Regan, Edward 1992, '93 

Reich, Frank 1983, '84 

Reilly, Charles 1969, '70, '71 

Reilly, Jack 1960 

Reitz, Mike 1972 

Renaldo, Chris 1982, '83 

Rezzelle, Ryan 1995, '96, '97, '98 

Rhodes, Brad 1995, '96, '97, '98 

Rhodes, Don 1977 

Ribnitzky, Fred 1929 

Rich, M.N 1915, '16 

Richards, Dean 1975, '76, '77, '78 



Richey, James 1975 

Ridgeley, Charles 1897 

Ridgley, Terry 1982, '84 

Riendeau, Brian 1980, '81 

Rigby, Cornell 1992 

Rigby, Elmer 1940, '41, '42 

Riggleman, Mickey 1972, '73 

Riggs, M. Talbot 1919 

Riley, Marc 1999 

Roberts, Augie 1927, '28, '29 

Roberts, George 1928 

Roberts, Guy 1969, '70, '71 

Roberts, Richard 1993, '94 

Robertson, Gilbert 1899 

Rock, Walter 1960, '61, '62 

Rock, Wilbur 1943, '44 

Rodenberger, Jeff 1979, '80, '81 

Rodgers, Buddy 1994, '95, '96, '97 

Rodgers, Michael 1992 

Rog, Ed 1962 

Rogers, Bill 1983, '84 

Rogers, Jerry 1978, '79 

Rogers, Kenny 1996, '97, '99 

Rogers, Stan'. 1972, '73, '74 

Rollins, W. T 1892, '93, '94 

Romano, Frank 1972, '73, '74 

Rooney, Thomas 1930 

Rose, Blaine 1986, '87, '88,'89 

Rosen, Scott 1989, '90, '92 

Rosenthal, Malcolm 1944 

Roth, Earl 1947, '48, '49 

Rothrock, Mark 1986 

Roulette, Robert 1948, '49 

Rowden, Jake 1947, '48, '49, '50 

Roy, Ken 1973, '74, '75, '76 

Rudolph, Scott 1997, '98, '99 

Ruff, Seymour 1912, '13, '14 

Ruffner, Robert 1905, '06, '07 

Rugg, John 1985, '86, '87, '88 

Rushnak, Bob 1989 

Rusevlyan, Bob 1956, '57, '58 

Russell, Frank 1972, '73, '74 

Russell, Keon 1998 

Ryan, Charley 1943 




Ernie Sattey 

Sabrowski, Jon 1984, '85, '86 

Sachs, George 1933, '34, '35 

Sadler, Alan 1982, '83 

Salgado, Rich 1989 

Salkeld, Scott 1994 

Salley, Ernie 1974, '75, '76, '77 

Sampson, Neal 1984/85 

Sanders, Lewis 1996, '97, '99 

Sandusky, Mike 1954, '55, '56 

Sandwisch, Jim 1990, '91 

Sankovich, Tom 1959, '60, '61 

Santa, Jim 1972. '73, '74 

Santacroce, Leonard 1970 

Santy, Tony 1965, '66, '67 

Sappington. Earl 1899 

Saunders, Oswald 1908, '09 

Saylor, Scott 1986, '87, '88, '89 

Scarbath, Dick 1958 

Scarbath, Jack 1950. '51. '52 



Schaefer, Rich 1963, '64 

Schick, Tom 1973, 74, 75 

Schmaltz, Richard 1974, '76 

Schmitt, Jeff 1983 

Schankweiler, Scott 1983, '84, '85 

Schnebley, Robert 1942 

Schneider, Leroy 1943 

Schoenherr, Charley 1943 

Schrecongost, John 1945 

Schroy, Ken 1972, 73, 74 

Schultz, Eddie 1983, '84 

Schultz, Ferdinand 1945 

Schultz, John 1973, '74, '75 

Schwartz, Robert 1975 

Schwartz, Victor 1957, '58, '59 

Schwarz, Edward 1945, '46, '47, '48 

Schwarz, Kurt 1957, '58, '59 

Scioscia, Karney 1949, '50, '51 

Scott, Chad 1995, '96 

Scott, George 1976, 77 

Scott, Ken 1971, '72, 73 

Scott, Sean 1984, '85, '86, '87 

Scott, Vincent 1958, '59, '60 

Scotti, Ben 1956, '57, '58 

Scotti, Tony 1958, '59 

Scriber, Spencer 1980, '82, '83 

Scriber, Stephon 1984, '85, '86 

Seder, Larry 1975, 76, 77 

Seibert, Vernon 1946, '47, '48, '49 

Selep, Tom 1954, '56 

Semler, Eddie 1920, '21, '22 

Senft, Brad 1978, '79, '80 

Senior, Jethro 1980 

Settino, Joe 1931 

Settles, Mike 1993, '94, '95 

Seymore, Art 1970, 71, 72 

Shaffer, Dick 1939, '40 

Shaffer, James 1976, 77, '78, 79 

Shaffer, Ron 1957, '58, '59 

Shamberger, D. F 1898 

Shank, H. A 1915 

Shank, Scott 1969, '70, 71 

Sharkey, Jack 1975 

Sharpless, Rod 1973, 74 

Shaughnessy, Emmett 1946 

Shawell, Keno 1993 

Shelton, Carl 1970, 71 

Shemonski, Bob 1949, '50, '51 

Sherman, Franklin 1896 

Sherman, Henry 1893 

Shihda, George 1973, 74, 75 

Shiner, Dick 1961, '62, '63 

Shipley, Burt .. 1908, '09, '10, '11, '12, '13 

Shipley, James 1897, '98 

Shipley, Richard 1952, '53, '54 

Shoals, Roger 1960, '61, '62 

Shockey, Don 1940 

Shoffler, Karl 1988 

Shugars, Jeff 1969, 70, 71 

Shure, Richard 1985, '86, '87 

Sievers, Eric 1976, 77, 78, '80 

Sikyala, Mukala 1999 

Silvester, Edward 1909 

Silvester, Lindsay 1908, '09 

Simler, George 1946, '47 

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, John 1932, '33, '34 

Simpson, Mike 1962 



Sims, Ashley .1996 

Sister, Paul 1993 

Skarda, Jim 1955, '56 

W. W 1892 

Skotnicki, Frank 1937, '38, '39 

Slaninka, Richard 1968, '69, 70 

Smith, Blair 1935, '36, '37 

Smith, Bob 1939, '40 

Smith, Bob 1972, 73, 74 

Smith, Corey 1998, '99 

Smith, Eager 1899 

Smith, Irvin 1985, '86, '87, '88 

Smith, Jamie 1916 

Smith, Ken 1960, '61, '62 

Smith, Les 1944, '45 

Smith, Wesley 1902, '04 

Snader, Chris 1999 

Sniscak, Bernie 1946 

Snyder, Gerald 1926, '27, '28 

Snyder, Leo 1917, '18, '20 

Snyder, Robert 1933 

Sobel, Mark 1981 

Sochko, Mike 1975, 76, 77 

Solt, Ron 1981, '82, '83 

Sonntag, Ralph 1967, '68, '69 

Soporowski, Raymond .... 1969, 70, 71 

Soma, John 1984, '85, '86, '87 

Sorrentino, Pete 1995 

Sothoron, Norwood 1932, '34 

Speer, Talbot 1915 

Spinelli, Dennis 1986, '87, '88, '89 

Springer, Bruce 1965 

Stable, Sydney 1909 

Staffieri, Dan 1950, '51, '52 

Staffileno, Ron 1990, '91, '92 

Staines, Pat 1987 

Stala, Dom 1952 

Stalfort, Carl 1933, '34, '35 

Stalnaker, Wally 1967, '68, '69 

Stanford, John 1975, 76, 77 

Stankus, Ray 1951, '52 

Starner, Sean 1999 

Steele, Derek 1989, '90, '91 

Stefl, Tom 1955, '56, '57 

Steiner, Ted 1969, 70, 71 

Stem, George 1964, '65 

Stephens, Todd 1981 

Steppe, Bill 1957, '58 

Sterling, Rob 1986 

Stern, George 1963 

Stevens, Jimmy 1917 

Stevens, Myron 1925, '26 

Stevenson, Brett 1990, '91, '92 

Stewart, Jermaine 1993, '94 

Stewart, Larry 1977, 78, 79 

Stewart, Todd 1997 

Stewart, Tyrone 1999 

Stickel, Lou 1965, '66, '67 

Stoll, Wilbur 1901, '02, '03, '04 

Stonebraker, Jack 1934, '35 

Strano, Tony 1991 

Strozier, Orlando 1993, '94, '95, '96 

Stuart, Adam 1946 

Stubbs, J.S 1916, '17, '18 

Stubljar. Mike 1967, '68, '69 

Stull, James 1967, '69 

Stump, Doug 1989, '90 

Stump. James 1995, '96 

Sturdivant, Mark 1990, '91, '92, '93 

Suchy, Bob 1955, '56 

Suggs, Ed 1991 

Sukeena, Dick 1961 



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Sullivan, Bob 1963, '64, '65 

Sullivan, Jerry 1917, '18, '19, '20 

Sullivan, Sean 1983, '85, '86 

Suplee, Mitch 1988, '89, '90, '91 

Supplee, Bill 1923, '24, '25 

Surgent, Mike 1935, '36, '37 

Surman, Anthony 1998 

Swift, Ryan 1998, '99 

Swingle, Dan 1984 

Sydnor, Chad 1985, '86, '87, '88 

Symons, Thomas 1898, '99 




Tamburello, Frank 1954, '55 

Tarbuton, Clyde 1914, '15, '16 

Targarona, Jack 1949, '50 

Tate, Darnell 1970 

Tauszky, Carroll 1907 

Taylor, David 1981 

Taylor, Kevin 1982 

Tenney, Edward 1925, '26 

Terranova, David 1992 

Terry, Richard 1943 

Teslovitch, Michael 1943 

Teter, John 1992, '93, '94 

Thomas, Al 1968, '69, '70 

Thomas, Ben 1997 

Thomas, Gene 1990, '91 

Thomas, Lewis (Knocky) 1925, '26, '27 

Thomas, Mike 1988, '89, '90, '91 

Thomas, Ratcliff 1993, '94, '95, '96 

Thompson, Aaron 1998, '99 

Thompson, Greg 1983, '84 

Tice, John 1979, '80, '81, '82 

Tice, Mike 1978, '79, '80 

Tiesi, James 1970, '71 

Timmins, Peter 1996, '97, '98, '99 

Timothy, Eric 1997 

Tine, Chuck 1965, '66, '67 

Toler, Dick 1945 

Tomasetti, Vince 1980, '81, '82 

Tomlin, Eddie 1989 

Tonetti, Paul 1955, '56, '57 

Torain, Ernie 1965, '66, '67 

Trachy, John 1964, '65, '66 

Trax, G. P 1910, '11 

Trexler, Charles 1951, '52 

Trimble, Steve 1978, '79, '80 

Troha, John 1947, '48, '49, '50 

Troll, Robert 1943, '44 

Troxell, Walter 1925 

Trust, Don 1960 

Tucker, Hubert 1942 

Tucker, Joe 1947, '48, '49 

Tucker, Robert 1970, '71, 72 

Tullai, Fred 1955 

Turner, Bill 1955, '56, '57 

Turner, J.M 1901 

Turyn, Vic 1945, '46, '47, '48 

Tuschak, Richard 1943 

Tweedy, James 1970, '71, '72 

Tye, Scott 1982, '84, '85 




James Ulam 

Ulam, James 1977, '78 

Ulam, Pat 1972, '73, '74 

Ulman, Bernie 1939, '40, '41 

Underwood, Brian ...1994, '95, '96, '97 
Underwood, Eddie 1900 




Martin Van Horn 

Vanderhout, Greg 1979, '80, '81 

Van Heusen, Billy 1965, '66, '67 

Van Horn, Marlin 1977, '78, '79 

Van Reenan, Don 1960 

Van Sickler, Gary 1968, '69 

Vaughn, Andre 1990, '91, '92 

Vellano, Paul 1971, '72, '73 

Venezia, Harry 1980, '81, '82, '83 

Verardi, Gene 1957, '58, '59 

Vereb, Ed 1953, '54, '55 

Vesce, John 1973, '74 

Vessels, Johnny 1990 

Vierra, Ken 1985 

Vince, Larry 1966, '68 

Vincent, Reginald 1940, '41, '42 

Vincent, Rufus 1932 

Visaggio, Dave 1972, 73, '74 

Vucin, Milan 1964, '65, '66 




Joe Wilkins 

Waerig, John 1998, '99 

Wagenheim, Phil 1973, 74 

Walker, Arnold 1987 

Walker, Bill 1953, '54, '55 

Walker, Clarence 1894 

Walker, Frank 1900 

Walker, Kevin 1984, '85, '86, '87 

Wall, Raphael 1992, '93, '94 

Wallace, Al 1993, '94, '95, '96 

Waller, Ron 1952, '53, '54 

Walsh, Mark 1986, '87, '88,'89 

Walter, John 1920 

Walters, Harry 1973, 74 

Walton, Kendrick .... 1994, '96, '97, '98 

Walton, Robert 1936, '37 

Ward, Bob 1948, '49, '50, '51 

Ward, Chris 1976, 77, 78 

Ward, Frank 1908, '09 

Ward, Kevin 1972, 73 

Ward, Pat 1994, '95, '96, '97 

Warfield, Jack 1939 

Warfield, Joshua 1900, '01 



Waseleski, Barry 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, Jon 1999 

Watkins, Mitch 1994, '95, '96 

Watson, Ken 1976, 77 

Watson, Tim 1993, '95, '96 

Watts, Harry 1901, '02, '03 

Waxman, Adam 1996 

Weaver, Russ 1992, '93, '94 

Webb, Thomas 1932, '33 

Webster, Fletcher 1903 

Webster, Jahmal 1994 

Webster, Larry 1988, '89, '90, '91 

Weiciecowski, John 1953 

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 1996, '98, '99 

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 

White, Wellstood 1904 

Whitmer, Daryl 1998, '99 

Whittle, Tim 1979, '81, '82 

Whittier, Scott 1986, '87, '88, '90 

Widmyer, Earl 1932, '33, '34 

Wiestling, Chad 1990, '91, '92, '93 

Wikander, Gary 1961 

Wike, Todd 1999 

Wilkins, Joe 1979, '80, '81, '82 

Williamowsky, William 1943 

Williams, Avey 1915, '16 

Williams, Allen 1993, '94 

Williams, E. P 1910, '11, '12, '13 

Williams, Kameron 1993 

Williams, Walt 1993, '94, '95, '96 

Willis, Vic 1934, '35, '36 

Wilson, Eric 1981, '82, '83, '84 

Wilson, James 1986, '87 

Wilson, Len 1912 

Wilson, Mark 1980, '81 

Wilson, Roger 1905, '06, '07 

Wilson, Tim 1974, 75, 76 

Wilson, William 1974, 75, 76 

Wingate, Elmer 1947, '48, '49, '50 

Wingfield, Wayne .... 1979, '80, '81, '82 

Winslow, J.L 1903 

Wolfe, Perry 1943 

Wolfe, William 1935, '36, '37 

Wondrack, Arthur 1926. '27, '28 



Wood, Erick 1992, '93, '94 

Wood, William 1930, '32 

Woodeshick, Kevin 1993, '94 

Woods, Al 1930, '31, '32 

Woodward, A. N 1910 

Wooters, Arthur 1892, '93, '94 

Worch, Mike 1995, '96 

Word, Jason 1995 

Worthington, Arthur 1892 

Wright, Darryl 1984, '85, '86,'87 

Wright, Jack 1941, '42, '46 

Wright, Todd 1979, '81 

Wu, Jamie 1997, '98, '99 

Wyatt, Kervin 1976, 77, 78, 79 

Wycheck, Frank 1990, '91, '92 

Wyres, James 1970, 71 

Wysocki, Charlie 1978 79, '80, '81 




Vinny Xanthos 

Xanthos, Vinny 1996 




Joe Younge 

Yarnell, Dennis 1971 

Yeager, Charles (Buddy) . 1933, '34, '35 

Yeates, Mike 1975, 76, 77 

York, Bob 1964, '65, '66 

Young, Darin 1996 

Young, Walter 1921, '22, '23 

Younge, Joe ....1972, 74, 75 







Pete Zachary 

Zachary, Pete 1973, 74, 75 

Zannoni, Steve 1972, 73, 74 

Zernhelt, John 1974, 76, 77 

Zetts, Michael 1943 

Zizakovic, Lubo 1988, '89, '90, '91 

Zillman, Pat 1979, '80, '81 

Zolak, Scott 1989, '90 

Zulick, Charlie 1936 

Zulick, Earl 1925, '26, '27 



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Postseason 



1953 

National Champs 




Tern Tidbits 

► Maryland's first season 
in the ACC. 1953. 
concluded with the Terps 
earning the first national 
championship in school 
history. 

► The Terps won 
consecutive ACC titles 
from 1973-75 and from 
1983-85. 

► Maryland has played 
Tennessee in more bowl 
games (61 than it has any 
other school. 



Ranked Teams/Conference Champion 

Team Capsules 146 

1953 National Champions .... 146 

1949 & 1951 147 

1952 & 1954 148 

1955 & 1973 149 

1974 & 1975 150 

1976 & 1978 151 

1982 & 1983 152 

1984 & 1985 153 

All-Time Bowl Results 154 

Bowl Game Capsules 154 

All-Time Bowl Records 160 




National Champions 



ACC 

Co-Champions 

College Park is home to the nation's No. 1 football team. 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 campaign, the Terps 
made up for two defeats handed them in 1952 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 unde- 
feated Terps tied No. 18 Duke for the inaugural ACC title, but fell 
to 10-1 after losing the Orange Bowl to Oklahoma, 7-0. 



The Terps carried coach Jim Tatum off the field at UNC after a 26-0 shutout of the Tar Heels. 

Maryland Results (10-1, 3-0) 

10-1-0 (5-0, 4-0, 1-1) • ACC: 3-0-0, Co-Champions 



Head Coach: Jim Tatum 



ACC Standings 



Team 

Duke 
Maryland 
South Carolina 
North Carolina 
Wake Forest 
Clemson 
NC State 
Virginia 



ACC 
W-L-T 

4-0-0 
3-0-0 
2-3-0 
2-3-0 
2-3-0 
1-2-0 
0-3-0 



Pts. Opp. 

105 27 



70 
58 
67 
52 
25 
14 



6 
70 
99 
75 
34 
80 



Overall 
W-L-T Pts. 

7-2-1 217 
10-1-0 298 
7-3-0 198 



4-6-0 
3-6-1 
3-5-1 
1-9-0 
1-8-0 



173 

123 

139 

80 

75 



Opp. 

81 
38 
97 
187 
157 
172 
263 
242 



S19 

S26 

03 

010 

017 

023 

030 

N7 

N14 

N21 



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at Missouri W 20-6 

Washington & Lee W 52-0 

•at Clemson W 20-0 

Georgia W 40-13 

• at North Carolina W 26-0 

at Miami W 30-0 

• South Carolina " W 24-6 

George Washington W 27-6 

Mississippi W 38-0 

Alabama W 21-0 



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ACC Bowl Game 

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Crytzer; Tom Breunich; John Irvine; rich Hoffman. Second row: John Bowersox; Dick Shipley; Dick Bielski; Lynn Beightol; Ed Vereb; Ron Waller; Paul Kramer; Bill Walker; George Polahunik; 
Al Wharton; Don Espy; Tom Selep. Third ->w: Charles Boxold; Tom Schloemer; Fred Tullai; Tim Flynn; Dave Nusz; John Merricks; Stan Polyanski; George Albrecht; Don Brougher; Ralph Boierl; 
Russell Dennis; Bob Haroth; Jim Ryan; ,,< Fourth row: Dick 0'Donnell; Jim Skarda; Bill Venter; Ed Perry; John Uzick; Augie Waibel; Hal Tray: Lynn Szafranski; Gene Dyson; Frank 

Bortko; Gene Sullivan; Joe Ponzo; Vic Gilona; Bob Pellegrini. Fifth row: Ben Kopet; Dave Ritter; Dick Porter: Jim Parsons; Tom McLuckie: John Weiciecowski; Roger Curry; Ray Blackburn; 
George Cloves; Bob Pivec; Jim Kilgallen; Martin Greenberg, head manager; John Lacey, assistant trainer. Sixth row: Managers Tom Cox, Donald Date and Tom 0'Rourke; Assistant coaches 
Tom Mont, Vern Seibert, Jack Hennemier, Warren Giese and Emmett Cheek; Head coach Jim Tatum; Assistant coaches Bob Ward, Bill Dovell and Eddie league. 



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The Tatum system was clicking by the third season under the 
new coach. Maryland scored more points than in any previous 
season in its history - 266 to its opponents' 81. Jim Tatum and 
a collection of new players lifted Maryland to its first ranking 
in the AP poll. Newcomers such as Ed Modzelewski, Bob Ward, 
Bob Shemonski and junior All-America tackle Ray Krouse were 
instrumental in leading the Terrapins to eight decisive regular 
season victories, losing only to No. 13 Michigan State, 14-7. 
The Terps plowed through the opposition, and after beating 
No. 15 Boston U. by a 14-13 count, earned the No. 15 poll 
position themselves. Maryland ended the regular season with a 
13-0 shutout at Miami. The Terps earned their first bowl vic- 
tory with a 20-7 rout of Missouri in the Gator Bowl. 



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Southern Conf. Standings 



Team 

No. Carolina 

Maryland 

Wash & Lee 

Duke 

Wm. & Mary 

The Citadel 

Clemson 

Furman 



SC 

W-L-T 
5-0-0 
4-0-0 
3-1-1 
4-2-0 
4-2-0 
2-2-0 
2-2-0 
3-3-0 



Overall 
W-L-T 

7-4-0 
9-1-0 
3-5-1 
6-3-0 
6-4-0 
4-5-0 
4-4-2 
3-6-0 



SC 



Overall 



Team 

So. Carolina 

Wake Forest 3-3-0 

G. Washington 2-3-0 



NC State 
Virginia Tech 
Richmond 
Davidson 



W-L-T W-L-T 
3-3-0 4-6-0 
4-6-0 
4-5-0 
3-7-0 
1-7-2 
3-7-0 
2-8-0 



3-6-0 
1-5-2 
2-6-0 
1-5-0 



Southern Conf. Bowl Game 



Maryland Results [9-1, 4-0) 

9-1-0 (4-0, 4-1, 1-0) • SC: 4-0-0, 2nd 

Head Coach: Jim Tatum 

S24 • at Virginia Tech W 34-7 

S30 Georgetown W 33-7 

08 [-] [13] at Michigan State L 7-14 

022 'atNCState W 14-6 

029 • South Carolina " W 44-7 

N5 • George Washington W 40-14 

N12 [-] [15] at Boston University W 14-13 

N24 [15] [-] West Virginia W 47-7 

D2 [14] [-] at Miami W 13-0 

Gator Bowl 

J2 [14] [20] Missouri W 20-7 

' at Jacksonville, Fla. (Gator Bowl) 



Gator Bowl: 



Maryland 20, Missouri 7 




Ed "Mighty Mo" Modzelewski running 
for a TD at NC State on Oct. 22. 








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Ranked #3 



Southern Conference 
Co-Champions 

Maryland completed its only undefeated season in history and clob- 
bered top-ranked and heavily favored Tennessee in the Sugar Bowl to 
lay its own claim to a national crown. Led by Ail-American tackles Bob 
Ward and Ray Krouse, brothers Ed and Dick Modzelewski, and QB Jack 
Scarbath, Maryland accepted a Sugar Bowl invitation against the rec- 
ommendation of Southern Conference presidents who sought for all 
league institutions to boycott the bowls. The Terps were decided un- 
derdogs against No. 1 Tennessee, but Ed "Mighty Mo" Modzelewski's 
153 rushing yards and a 28-13 victory prompted Tennessee coach Bob 
Neyland to state, "We were soundly beaten by a superior team." 



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Southern Conf. Standings 



Team 

Maryland 

VMI 

Wash & Lee 

Wm. & Mary 

Clemson 

Duke 

South Carolina 

Wake Forest 



SC 

W-L-T 

5-0-0 

5-0-0 

5-1-0 

5-1-0 

3-1-0 

4-2-0 

5-3-0 

5-3-0 



Overall 

W-L-T 

10-0-0 

7-3-0 

6-4-0 

7-3-0 

7-3-0 

5-4-1 

5-4-0 

6-4-0 



Team 

G. Washington 

North Carolina 

West Virginia 

NC State 

Richmond 

The Citadel 

Furman 

Davidson 

Virginia Tech 



SC 

W-L-T 

2-3-1 

2-3-0 

2-3-0 

2-6-0 

2-6-0 

1-3-0 

1-4-1 

1-5-0 

1-7-0 



Overall 

W-L-T 

2-6-1 

2-8-0 

5-5-0 

3-7-0 

3-8-0 

4-6-0 

3-6-1 

1-8-0 

2-8-0 



Maryland Results [10-0. 5-0) 

10-0-0 (5-0, 3-0, 2-0) • SC: 5-0-0, Co-Champions 
Head Coach: Jim Tatum 

S29 [16] [-] • at Washington & Lee W 

06 [9] [-] • George Washington W 

013 [10] [-] at Georgia W 

020 [7] [-] • North Carolina W 

027 [5] [-] at Louisiana State W 

N3 [4] [-] Missouri W 

N10 [3] [-] Navy W 40-21 

N17 [5] • NC State W 53-0 

N24 [4] • West Virginia W54-7 

Sugar Bowl 

J2 [3] [1] Tennessee W 28-13 

at Baltimore, Md. (Memorial Stadium) 
' at New Orteons, La. (Tutane-Sugar Bowl Stadium) 



54-14 

33-6 

43-7 

14-7 

27-0 

35-0 



Southern Conf. Bowl Game 



Sugar Bowl: 



Maryland 28, Tennessee 13 




Chet "The Jet" Hanulak raced for this 
31 -yard TD vs. Missouri on Nov. 3. 



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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 22 
straight games without a defeat before falling 21-14 at Missis- 
sippi on Nov. 15. The end came in the eighth game of a sched- 
ule that was revised 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 Alabama 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. 




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Chet Hanulak 
raced past the 
Boston U. 
defenders for a 
15-yard TD on 
Nov. 1. 



Maryland Results 17-21 

7-2-0 (3-0, 4-2) 

Head Coach: Jim Tatum 

S20 [2] [-] at Missouri W 13-10 

S27 [2] [-] at Auburn W 13-7 

04 [3] [-] Clemson W 28-0 

011 [4] [19] at Georgia W37-0 

018 [2] [20] Navy W 38-7 

025 [2] [-] Louisiana State "' W34-6 

Nl [2] [-] at Boston U W34-7 

N15 [3] [11] at Mississippi L 14-21 

N22 [8] [14] at Alabama L 7-27 




Jack Scarbath heading for paydirt in 
the Terps' win over Auburn on Sept. 27. 



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Ranked #8 



Entering the season ranked No. 3 in the nation, the Terps be- 
gan the 1954 campaign in convincing style, shutting out Ken- 
tucky 24-0 in their season opener. But the Terps stumbled in 
their next game, losing a close 12-7 decision to fourth-ranked 
UCLA. That dropped Maryland 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 deci- 
sion to Miami. The Terps went on to win their final five games 
by a combined score of 200-33, including a 74-13 Thanksgiv- 
ing Day shellacking of Missouri. Maryland finished the season 
with a No. 8 national ranking. 





ACC Standings 








ACC 






Overal 






Team 


W-L-T 


Pts. 


0pp. 


W-L-T 


Pts. 


Opp. 


Duke 


4-0-0 


122 


47 


8-2-1 


270 


161 


Maryland 


4-0-1 


124 


27 


7-2-1 


280 


67 


North Carolina 


4-2-0 


93 


126 


4-5-1 


140 


222 


South Carolina 


3-3-0 


86 


94 


6-4-0 


172 


153 


Clemson 


1-2-0 


40 


49 


5-5-0 


193 


121 


Wake Forest 


1-4-1 


106 


107 


2-7-1 


129 


165 


Virginia 


0-2-0 


14 


53 


3-6-0 


113 


162 


NC State 


0-4-0 


27 


109 


2-8-0 


104 


193 



ACC Bowl Game 

Orange Bowl: Duke 34, Nebraska 7 




7-2- 


1 (5-0 


2-2- 


Head Coach 


: Jim 


S18 


[3] 


[-1 


01 


[6] 


[4] 


09 


(13] 


[-] 


016 






022 


[-] 


[16] 


030 






N6 






N13 


[17] 


[-1 


N20 


[13] 


1 1 


N25 


[10] 


[-] 



1) • ACC: 4-0-1, 2nd 

Tatum 

at Kentucky W 

at UCLA L 

• at Wake Forest T 

• North Carolina W 

at Miami L 

• at South Carolina W 

• NC State" W 

• Clemson W 

George Washington W 

Missouri W 



1 954 co-captains Dick Bielski (41) 
and John Irvine (50). 



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MARYLAND F T B A NbJH A L L - H M t POSTSEASON 



Ranked #3 




Co-Champions 

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



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ACC Standings 



Team 
Maryland 
Duke 
Clemson 
North Carolina 
Wake Forest 
South Carolina 
NC State 
Virginia 



Orange Bowl: 



ACC 

W-L-T 

4-0-0 

4-0-0 

3-1-0 

3-3-0 

3-3-1 

1-5-0 

0-2-1 

0-4-0 



Pts. 0pp. 
105 26 



94 
79 
90 
105 
75 
38 
42 



14 

59 

102 

100 

176 

71 



Overall 
W-L-T 

10-1-0 

7-2-1 

7-3-0 

3-7-0 

5-4-1 

3-6-0 

4-5-1 

1-9-0 



Pts. 

217 
196 
206 
117 
131 
120 
206 
96 



Opp. 

77 
95 
144 
218 
157 
209 
193 
201 



Maryland Results (10-1, 4-0) 

10-1-0 (5-0, 5-0, 0-1) • ACC: 4-0-0, Co-Champions 
Head Coach: Jim Tatum 

S17 [8] [-] at Missouri W 

S24 [5] [1] UCLA W 

01 [1] [20] at Baylor w 

08 [1] [-] • Wake Forest W 

015 [2] • at North Carolina W 

022 [2] [-] at Syracuse W 

029 [1] • South Carolina " W 

N5 [1] [-] Louisiana State W 

N12 [2] [-] • at Clemson W 

N19 [2] [-] George Washington W 

Orange Bowl 

J2 [3] [1] Oklahoma L 

at Miami. Flo. (Orange Bowl) 



ACC Bowl Game 

Oklahoma 20, Maryland 6 




Bob Pellegrini accepts his national 
college lineman of the year award. 




Ran hen #20 



Jerry Claiborne's second season as Maryland coach lifted the 
Terps to a 5-1 mark in the ACC, and their first national ranking 
in 12 seasons. The Terps were 5-3 after a 42-22 loss to No. 6 
Penn State, but three decisive wins over Virginia, Clemson and 
Tulane earned Maryland a bid to its first bowl game since the 
1956 Orange Bowl. Maryland dominated Georgia in the Peach 
Bowl, outgaining the Bulldogs 461 to 284 on offense and driv- 
ing inside the Georgia 20-yard line seven times. Four turnovers 
proved costly, however, and after a 10-10 tie at intermission, 
all Maryland could muster were a pair of fourth-quarter field 
goals by Steve Mike-Mayer. Defensive tackle Randy White earned 
the first of his two All-America awards. 



ACC Standings 



Team 

NC State 

Maryland 

Clemson 

Virginia 

Duke 

North Carolina 

Wake Forest 



Peach Bowl: 
Liberty Bowl: 



ACC 

W-L-T 

6-0-0 

5-1-0 
4-2-0 
3-3-0 
1-4-1 
1-5-0 
0-5-1 



Pts. Opp. 
197 93 



173 
147 
122 

58 
150 

38 



50 
129 
161 

99 
159 
194 



Overall 

W-L-T 

9-3-0 

8-4-0 

5-6-0 

4-7-0 

2-8-1 

4-7-1 

1-9-1 



Pts. 
396 
335 
231 
199 
132 
242 
73 



Opp. 
251 
141 
263 
300 
204 
266 
326 



ACC Bowl Games 

Georgia 17, Maryland 16 

NC State 31, Kansas 18 




8-4-0 (4-2, 3-1, 1-1) • ACC: 5-1 

Head Coach: Jerry Claiborne 

S15 

S22 

S29 

06 

013 

020 

027 

N3 

N10 

N17 

N24 [18] [17] 

Peach Bowl 

028 [18] [-] 

at Norfolk. Va. 

at Atlanta. Go. (Fulton County Stadium) 



• at North Carolina W 

Villanova W 

Syracuse W 

• at NC State L 

• at Wake Forest W 

• Duke W 

Penn State L 

•Virginia" W 

• at Clemson W 

Tulane W 

Georgia L 16-17 



Ail-Americans Randy White (94) 
and Paul Vellano (72) bring down 
Penn State's Heisman Trophy winner 
John Cappelletti on Nov. 3. 



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Ranked #13 



ace 

Champions 

Maryland won its first conference championship in 18 years, 
sweeping past all six of its league opponents. It marked the 
10th time in conference history that a team had gone un- 
beaten in league play. The Terps extended their win streak 
against ACC foes to 10. Maryland took a top-10 ranking into 
the Liberty Bowl before falling to Tennessee, 7-3, and ending 
the season 13th in the final AP poll. Maryland's Randy White 
was a consensus All-American and won both the Outland and 
Lombardi trophies. 

ACC Standings 




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ACC 




Overall 






Team 


W-L-T 


Pts. Opp. 


W-L-T 


Pts. 


Opp. 


Maryland 


6-0-0 


198 35 


8-4-0 


316 


104 


Clemson 


4-2-0 


130 135 


7-4-0 


246 


250 


North Carolina 


4-2-0 


146 115 


7-5-0 


364 


279 


NC State 


4-2-0 


145 120 


9-2-1 


317 


241 


Duke 


2-4-0 


110 136 


6-5-0 


201 


208 


Virginia 


1-5-0 


61 111 


4-7-0 


207 


239 


Wake Forest 


0-6-0 


31 169 


1-10-0 


74 


348 




ACC Bowl Games 






Liberty Bowl: 


Tennessee 7, 


Maryland 3 






Bluebonnet Bowl: NC State 31, Houston 31 






Sun Bowl: 


Mississippi State 26, North Carolina 24 



Maryland Results 18-4, 6-01 

8-4-0 (5-1, 2-1, 1-2) • ACC: 6-0-0, Champions 

Head Coach: Jerry Claiborne 

Alabama L 16-21 

Florida L 10-17 

• North Carolina W 24-12 

at Syracuse W 31-0 

• Clemson W 41-0 

• Wake Forest "' W 47-0 

•NCState W 20-10 

at Penn State L 17-24 

Villanova W 41-0 

•Duke' W 56-13 

•at Virginia W 10-0 

Tennessee ' L 3-7 

at Tampa, Fla. (Tampa Stadium); at Norfolk, Va. (Foreman Field); 
at Memphis, Term. (Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium) 



S14 


[141 


[31 


S21 


[141 


[-1 


S28 






05 






012 






019 


[18] 


H 


026 


[151 


[171 


N2 


[15] 


[10] 


N9 


[141 


H 


N16 


[131 


[-1 


N23 


[11] 


[-1 


Liberty Bowl 


D16 


[10] 


[20] 





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Bob Avellini eludes two NC State 
defenders on Oct. 26. 




Ranked #13 



ACC 

Champions 

Maryland captured its second consecutive ACC gridiron title by 
posting a perfect 5-0 league mark and extending its win streak 
over conference opponents to 15, tying a league record. For the 
third straight year, the Terps took part in postseason competi- 
tion, defeating Florida, 13-0, in the Gator Bowl. Maryland, which 
led the league in total offense with 375.2 yards per game, set an 
ACC single-game total offense mark with 802 yards in a 62-24 
victory over Virginia, Nov. 22. Maryland's John Schultz was the 
nation's top kickoff returner with a 31.0 average. 

ACC Standings 




Maryland Results (9-2-1, 5-0) 

9-2-1 (4-1, 4-1-1, 1-0) • ACC: 5-0-0, Champions 
Head Coach: Jerry Claiborne 



Team 

Maryland 

Duke 

NC State 

Wake Forest 

Clemson 

North Carolina 

Virginia 

Gator Bowl: 
Peach Bowl: 



ACC 
W-L-T 

5-0-0 
3-0-2 
2-2-1 
3-3-0 
2-3-0 
1-4-1 
0-5-0 



Pts. Opp. 

182 73 



131 84 

131 115 

145 137 

102 141 

119 159 

98 226 

ACCl vl Games 

Maryland 13, Florida 

West Virginia 13, NC State 10 



Overall 
W-L-T Pts 

9-2-1 
4-5-2 
7-4-1 
3-8-0 
2-9-0 
3-7-1 
1-10-0 



312 
197 
260 
221 
177 
207 
175 



Opp. 

150 
212 
210 
264 
381 
272 
428 



S6 
S13 
S20 
S27 
04 
011 
018 
Nl 
N8 
N15 

N22 [20] [-] 
Gator 8owl 
D29 [17] [13] 
at Jacksonville, Fla. 



[17] 
[14] 

[20] 



[19] 
[14] 
[16] 



[20] 
1-1 



[-1 
[9] 



Villanova W 41-0 

at Tennessee L 8-26 

• at North Carolina W 34-7 



at Kentucky T 10-10 

Syracuse " 

• NC State 

• at Wake Forest 

Penn State 

at Cincinnati 

• at Clemson 



W 

W 

W 

L 

W 

W 

Virginia W 



Florida W 

(Gator Bowl) 



24-7 

37-22 

27-0 

13-15 

21-19 

22-20 

62-24 

13-0 



LeRoy Hughes stacks up the NCState QB 
with Randy White closing in on Oct. 1 1. 



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Ranked #8 



^ ACC 

Champions 

The powerful Terrapins swept through the regular season un- 
defeated and became only the second team in ACC history to 
win three consecutive league titles outright. Coach Jerry 
Claiborne's club ran its conference victory string to a record 20 
straight. The Terps appeared in a bowl for the fourth straight 
year, losing to Southwest Conference champion Houston, 30- 
21, in the Cotton Bowl. Maryland tackle Joe Campbell was a 
consensus All-American. Maryland's No. 8 ranking in the final 
AP poll was the first Top 10 finish by an ACC team since 1960. 

ACC Standings 




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Maryland Results [11-1, 5-01 

11-1-0 (6-0, 5-0, 0-1) • ACC: 5-0-0, Champions 
Head Coach: Jerry Claiborne 



Team 

Maryland 
North Carolina 
Wake Forest 
Duke 
NC State 
Virginia 
Clemson 
'Loss to Virgin 

Cotton Bowl: 
Peach Bowl: 



ACC 

W-L-T 

5-0-0 

4-1-0 

3-3-0 

2-3-1 

2-3-0 

1-4-0* 

0-4-1 



Pts. Opp. 
Ill 24 



144 

124 

125 

97 

40 

76 



102 
118 
145 
98 
111 
123 



Overall 






W-L-T 


Pts. 


Opp. 


11-1-0 


294 


115 


9-3-0 


243 


220 


5-6-0 


177 


206 


5-5-1 


234 


245 


3-7-1 


205 


258 


2-9-0 


106 


266 


3-6-2 


172 


237 



ia Tech counted as conference game 

ACC Bowl Games 

Houston 30, Maryland 21 

Kentucky 21, North Carolina 



Sll [12] 

S18 [10] 

S25 [8] 

02 [7] 

09 [7] 

016 [5] 

023 [6] 

030 [5] 

N6 [6] 

N13 [6] 

N20 [6] 

Cotton Bowl 

Jl [4] [6] 

' at Dallas. Texas (Cotton Bowl) 



Richmond W 

at West Virginia W 

at Syracuse W 

Villanova W 

• at NC State W 

• Wake Forest W 

• at Duke W 

Kentucky W 

Cincinnati W 

• Clemson "' W 

• at Virginia W 



Houston L 21-30 




Mark Manges was featured on the 
cover of Sports Illustrated on Oct. 4. 




Ranked #20 



The Terps fired out of the gates 8-0 including a 31-7 home- 
coming win over No. 20 NC State. Maryland steadily rose in the 
polls, and after a 27-0 shutout of Duke, was No. 5 heading into 
a showdown at No. 2 Penn State. The Nittany Lions won a 27- 
3 decision in front of 78,019 which dropped Maryland to No. 
13 in the polls, but after a 17-7 win at Virginia the Terps were 
paired with Clemson for an ACC first-place showdown. No. 11 
Maryland and No. 12 Clemson entered the regular season finale 
both tied at 5-0. Clemson emerged from the Byrd Stadium 
shootout a 28-24 victor. The loss sent Maryland into a disap- 
pointing Sun Bowl matchup with Texas where it suffered its worst 
bowl loss ever, 42-0. 

ACC Standings 




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Maryland Results 19-3, 5-1) 



Team 
Clemson 
Maryland 
NC State 
North Carolina 
Duke 

Wake Forest 
Virginia 



Sun Bowl: 
Tangerine Bowl: 
Gator Bowl: 



ACC 

W-L-T 

6-0-0 

5-1-0 

4-2-0 

3-3-0 

2-4-0 

1-5-0 

0-6-0 



Pts. 

183 

159 

133 

124 

56 

59 

75 



Opp. 

71 
62 
112 
132 
108 
161 
143 



Overall 
W-L-T Pts 

11-1-0 

9-3-0 

9-3-0 

5-6-0 

4-7-0 

1-10-0 

2-9-0 



9-3-0 (4-1, 5-1, 0-1) • ACC: 5-1-0, 2nd 
Head Coach: Jerry Claiborne 



368 
261 
280 
199 
108 
104 
139 



Opp. 
131 
167 
108 
216 
247 
274 
236 



ACC Bowl Games 

Texas 42, Maryland 
NC State 30, Pittsburgh 17 
Clemson 17, Ohio State 15 



S9 




S16 


[20] 


S23 


[18] 


S30 


[15] 


07 


[12] 


014 


[10] 


021 


[6] 


028 


[5] 


N4 


[5] 


Nil 


[13] 


N18 


[11] 



[- 
[- 

[20 
[" 
[- 
[- 
[Z 

[- 

[12 



Tulane W 

at Louisville W 

• at North Carolina W 

Kentucky W 

• NC State" W 

at Syracuse W 

• Wake Forest W 

• at Ouke W 

at Penn State L 

• at Virginia W 

• Clemson L 



Sun Bowl 
D23 [13] 
at El Paso. 



[14] Texas L 

Texas (Sun Bowl) 




Tim O'Hare throwing for a TO in the 
Terps' homecoming win on Oct. 7. 



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Ranked #20 



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. After early season losses at No. 7 Penn State and No. 
17 West Virginia, Maryland scored points at will while rolling 
through its ACC schedule. The Terrapins' 31-point average was 
second only to its undefeated season of 1951, and Ross was 
named the national coach of the year by the Washington Touch- 
down Club. A 31-24 win at No. 10 North Carolina put Maryland 
back in the rankings, and another shootout with Clemson would 
determine the ACC champion. No. 16 Maryland was invited to 
the inaugural Aloha Bowl in Honolulu where it surrendered a 
last-second touchdown to No. 9 Washington, losing 21-20. 

ACC Standings 




Maryland Results [8-4, 5-1) 



8-4-0 (5-1, 3-2, 0-1) • ACC: 5-1-0, 2nd 
Head Coach: Bobby Ross 








ACC 




Overall 






Team 


W-L-T 


Pts. Opp. 


W-L-T 


Pts. 


Opp. 


Clemson 


6-0-0 


196 95 


9-1-1 


289 


147 


Maryland 


5-1-0 


222 121 


8-4-0 


373 


220 


North Carolina 


3-3-0 


146 100 


8-4-0 


348 


149 


Duke 


3-3-0 


172 179 


6-5-0 


307 


290 


NC State 


3-3-0 


111 131 


6-5-0 


206 


255 


Virginia 


1-5-0 


92 214 


2-9-0 


208 


320 


Wake Forest 


0-6-0 


91 186 


3-8-0 


200 


286 


Georgia Tech 






6-5-0 


239 


286 




ACC Bowl Games 






Aloha Bowl: 


Washington 21, 


Maryland 


20 




Sun Bowl: 


North Carolina 26, Texas 10 





Sll 

S18 

S25 

02 

09 

016 

023 

030 

N7 

N13 

N20 



[19] 
[18] 
[19] 



[7] 

[17] 



[10] 



at Penn State L 

at West Virginia L 

• NC State W 

at Syracuse W 

Indiana State W 

• Wake Forest W 

• Duke " W 

• at North Carolina W 

Miami W 

• Clemson L 

• at Virginia W 



Aloha Bowl 

D25 [16] 



[9] Washington ' 



' at Honolulu, Hawaii (Aloha Stadium) 




. L 20-21 



Willie Joyner ran for a 1 5-yard TD in 
a win over Indiana State on Oct. 9. 




ACC 

Champions 



Maryland claimed its first ACC title since 1976, finishing unde- 
feated to top runner-up North Carolina (4-2). Maryland opened 
the season by winning six of its first seven contests, including 
ACC matchups vs. Virginia, Wake Forest, Duke and North Caro- 
lina. The Terps were ranked seventh in the nation prior to suf- 
fering a 35-23 setback at the hands of No. 3-ranked Auburn on 
Nov. 5. Maryland closed the regular season and wrapped up the 
ACC crown topping NC State on the road, 29-6. 

ACC Standings 

ACC Overall 

W-L-T Pts. Opp. W-L-T Pts. Opp. 

6-0-0 154 71 8-4-0 316 253 

4-2-0 184 117 8-4-0 337 216 

3-2-0 147 140 3-8-0 222 313 

3-3-0 150 183 3-8-0 246 350 

3-3-0 145 150 6-5-0 252 280 

1-5-0 108 159 3-8-0 236 246 

1-5-0 150 218 4-7-0 257 281 

9-1-1 338 200 
championship by conference action 

ACC Bowl Games 

Bowl: Tennessee 30, Maryland 23 

Florida State 28, North Carolina 3 



Team 

Maryland 
North Carolina 
Georgia Tech 
Duke 
Virginia 
NC State 
Wake Forest 
Clemson" 
" Not eligible for 

Florida Citrus 
Peach Bowl: 



Maryland Besults (8-4, 6-0) 

8-4-0 (5-1, 3-2, 0-1) • ACC: 6-0-0, Champions 
Head Coach: Bobby Ross 

S10 [17] [-] atVanderbilt W 21-14 

S17 [17] [20] West Virginia L 21-31 

S24 [-] [17] Pittsburgh W 13-7 

01 [19] [-] 'Virginia W23-3 

08 [16] [-] Syracuse W 34-13 

015 [16] [-] • at Wake Forest W 36-33 

022 [15] [-] «Duke" W38-3 

029 [13] [3] • North Carolina W 28-26 

N5 [7] [3] at Auburn L 23-35 

N12 [11] [17] • at Clemson* 127-52 

N19 [20] [-] • at NC State W 29-6 

Florida Citrus Bowl 

017 [16] [-] Tennessee L 23-30 

at Orlando, Ha. (Florida Citrus Bowl) 

' Clemson ineligible for ACC title, gome counts as Maryland win in ACC 
standings 




Frank Reich led the Terps to an 
upset win over Pittsburgh in his 
first college start on Sept. 24. 



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Ranked #12 



^ ACC 

Champions 

Maryland pocketed the championship for the second year in a 
row and earned its fifth outright crown over the past 11 sea- 
sons. The title was not decided until the season's final week- 
end when the Terps knocked off Virginia, 45-34, for the league 
crown. Maryland, taking part in its third straight bowl game, 
defeated Tennessee in the Sun 8owl, 28-27. Maryland, trailing 
Miami 31-0 at the half on Nov. 10, rallied for 42 second-half 
points to beat the No. 6 Hurricanes, 42-40, setting a record for 
the greatest comeback in NCAA Division I-A football history. 

ACC Standings 






ACC 






Overal 


I 




Team 


W-L-T 


Pts. Opp. 




W-L-T 


Pts. 


Opp. 


Maryland 


6-0-0 


204 102 




9-3-0 


380 


280 


Virginia 


3-1-2 


189 108 




8-4-0 


337 


216 


North Carolina 


3-2-1 


119 125 




5-5-1 


234 


274 


Wake Forest 


3-3-0 


91 124 




6-5-0 


205 


232 


Georgia Tech 


2-2-1 


114 81 




6-4-1 


296 


201 


Duke 


1-5-0 


67 162 




2-9-0 


128 


301 


NC State 


1-5-0 


97 179 




3-8-0 


263 


311 


Clemson* 








7-4-0 


346 


215 


* Not eligible for 


chompic 


mship by conference action 






ACC Bowl Games 






Sun Bowl: 


Maryland 28, 


Ten 


nessee 


27 




Peach Bowl: 


Virginia 27, P 


jrdue 24 







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Maryland Resdlts [9-3, 6-0) 

9-3-0 (2-2, 5-1, 2-0) • ACC: 6-0-0 Champions 
Head Coach: Bobby Ross 

S8 Syracuse L 7-23 

S15 Vanderbilt L 14-23 

S22 [-J [17J at West Virginia W 20-17 

S29 • Wake Forest W 38-17 

06 [-] [11] at Penn State L 24-25 

013 • NC State" W 44-21 

027 • at Duke W 43-7 

N3 • at North Carolina W 34-23 

N10 [-] [6] at Miami W 42-40 

N17 [-] [20] • Clemson W 41-23 

N24 [18] [-] • at Virginia W 45-34 

Sun Bowl 

D22 [12] [-] Tennessee : W 28-27 

at Baltimore, Md. (Memorial Stadium); at El Paso, Texas (Sun Bowl) 



?<7f .*>£* 





Rick Badanjek was named ACC player 
of the week after leading the Terps to 
a win over NC State on Oct. 13. 




Ranked #18 



"^t ACC 
Champions 

Maryland made it three championships in a row and six in 12 
years by finishing unbeaten in ACC play. For the fourth straight 
year and 11th time in 13 seasons, the Terps took part in post- 
season play, knocking off Syracuse in the Cherry Bowl, 35-18. 
Maryland extended its ACC winning streak to 17 games with a 
33-21 title-clinching victory over Virginia on the final week- 
end of the season. Offensive tackle J. D. Maarleveld was tabbed 
as a consensus AU-American. 

ACC Standings 





ACC 






Overal 






S7 


[7] [19] 


Team 

Maryland 


W-L-T 

6-0-0 


Pts. 

192 


Opp. 
92 


W-L-T 

9-3-0 


Pts. 
326 


Opp. 
192 


S14 
S21 
S28 

05 


[17] H 
[17] H 
[17] [12] 


Georgia Tech 


5-1-0 


136 


55 


9-2-1 


252 


132 


Clemson 


4-3-0 


167 


122 


6-6-0 


244 


222 


019 




Virginia 


4-3-0 


172 


150 


6-5-0 


262 


217 


026 




North Carolina 


3-4-0 


129 


154 


5-6-0 


224 


223 


N2 




Duke 


2-5-0 


94 


174 


4-7-0 


193 


252 


N9 


[-] [8] 


NC State 


2-5-0 


121 


189 


3-8-0 


186 


305 


N16 




Wake Forest 


1-6-0 


99 


174 


4-7-0 


212 


249 


N29 


















Cherry Bowl 




ACC 


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021 






9-3-0 (4-1. 3-1, 2-1) • ACC: 6-0-0, Champion 
Head Coach: Bobby Ross 



Cherry Bowl: Maryland 35, Syracuse 18 

Independence Bowl: Minnesota 20, Clemson 13 
AU-American Bowl: Georgia Tech 17, Michigan State 14 



Penn State L 18-20 

Boston College W 31-13 

West Virginia W 28-0 

at Michigan L 0-20 

• at NC State W 31-17 

• at Wake Forest W 26-3 

•Duke W 40-10 

• North Carolina " W 

Miami t 

• at Clemson W 

• Virginia W 



Syracuse W 35-18 

or Foxboro, Moss. (Sullivon Stadium); ' at Baltimore. Md. (Memorial 
Stadium); at Pontiac. Mich. (Pontioc Silverdome) 



Dan Ptocki kicked a game-winning 
field goal with three seconds left to 
lift the Terps past Clemson on Nov. 16. 



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Mil-Time 
Bowl Results 



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 17, 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 34, Louisiana Tech 34 



Gator 



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Gator Bowl 
Jacksonville 
Jan. 1,1948 



Maryland 20 
Georgia 20 



In front of the first capacity crowd in Gator Bowl his- 
tory, 16,666, Maryland's Lu Gambino was a one-man 
wrecking crew, rushing for 165 yards and scoring three 
touchdowns. Gambino's three scores propelled Maryland 
to a 20-7 lead, but Georgia reeled off 13 points in the 
fourth quarter to tie the game. The Bulldogs threatened 
to win the game in the closing seconds, but time ran 
out with Georgia on Maryland's four-yard line. Despite 
the tie, there was no question as to the game's most 
valuable player. Gambino won the Burkhalter Award, 
signifying the game's outstanding performer. Gambino 
was inducted into the Gator Bowl Hall of Fame in 1992. 

Box Score 





1st 


2nd 


3rd 


4th 


F 




1st 


2nd 


3rd 


4th 


f 


Maryland 





7 


13 


— 


20 


Maryland 


7 


13 





— 


20 


Georgia 








7 


13 — 


20 


Missouri 











7 — 


7 



2-UM - Gambino 35-yard run (McHugh kick) 

3-UG - Rauch 1-yard run (Geri kick) 

3-UM - Gambino 1-yard run (kick failed) 

3-UM - Gambino 24-yard pass from Baroni (McHugh kick) 

4-UG - Geri 4-yard run (kick failed) 

4-UG - Donaldson 9-yard pass from Rauch (Geri kick) 





UM 


UG 


First Downs 


16 


19 


Rushing Yards 


247 


216 


Passing 


127 


190 


Comp-Att-Int 


7-14-1 


12-20-1 


Punts-Avg. 


5-44 


4-40 


Fumbles-Lost 


0-0 


2-1 


Penalties-Yards 


5-66 


4-80 



RUSHING-Maryland, Gambino 22-165, Idzik 2-32, Bonk 5- 
23, LaRue 4-24, Turyn 4-9, Brown 2-6, Tucker 2-3, Siebert 
3-3, Roth 3-(-16). Georgia, Donaldson 10-69, Geri 7-56, 
Henderson 8-48, Reid 7-46, Nestorak 3-6, Bodine 3-2, 
Bradberry 1-2, Brunson 3-(-2), Rauch 3 (-10). 
PASSING-Maryland, Baroni 7-14-127. Georgia, Rauch 12- 
20-190. 
Att: 16,666 



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Gator Bowl 

Jacksonville 

Jan. 2, 1950 



Maryland 20 
Missoori 7 



Three times in the first half Missouri turned the ball 
over, and all three times Maryland scored a touchdown 
as the Terrapins defeated the Tigers, 20-7, to earn 
their first-ever postseason victory. The Terrapin run- 
ning attack, led by Bob Shemonski and Ed Modzelewski, 
amassed 266 rushing yards, the second-most by a 
Maryland bowl team. Maryland defensive back John 
Idzik set up Maryland's first score with a 26-yard in- 
terception return to the Tiger 11-yard line. Shemonski 
scored on a sweep on the next play for the go-ahead 
touchdown. Shemonski scored again on a six-yard run 
late in the second quarter to put the Terps up 20-0. 

Box Score 



1-UM - Shemonski 11-yard run (Dean kick) 
2-UM - Modzelewski 3-yard run (kick failed) 
2-UM - Shemonski 6-yard run (Dean kick) 
4-MO - Klein 4-yard run (Glorioso kick) 





UM 


MO 


First Downs 


11 


13 


Rushing Yards 


266 


100 


Passing 


16 


167 


Comp-Att-Int 


2-17-1 


11-29-3 


Punts-Avg. 


7-39.0 


3-38.0 


Fumbles-Lost 


1-1 


5-5 


Penalties-Yards 


63 


10 


Att: 18,409 








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Sugar Bowl 
New Orleans 
Jan. 2. 1952 




ALL-TIME POSTSEASON 



Maryland 28 
Tennessee 13 



In what may have been perhaps the biggest win in 
Maryland football history, the Terps upset No. 1-ranked 
and regular season national champion Tennessee, 28- 
13, in the 1952 Sugar Bowl. The Terps were led by 
running back Ed "Mighty Mo" Modzelewski (153 yards 
on 28 carries) and the brilliant play of running back/ 
defensive back Ed Fullerton who scored two touchdowns 
and threw for another. The Terps put the game out of 
reach in the third guarter with a 46-yard interception 
for a touchdown by Fullerton, giving the Terps a 28-6 
lead. Maryland finished the season with an overall 
record of 10-0-0 and a No. 3 national ranking. 



Maryland 
Tennessee 



Box Score 

1st 2nd 3rd 4th 
7 14 7 
6 7 



F 

28 

13 



1-UM - Fullerton 2-yard run (Decker kick) 

2-UM - Shemonski 7-yard pass from Fullerton (Decker kick) 

2-UM - Scarbath 1-yard run (Decker kick) 

2-UT - Rechichar 4-yard pass from Payne (kick failed) 

3-UM - Fullerton 46-yard interception return (Decker kick) 

4-UT - Payne 2-yard run (Rechichar kick) 





UM 


UT 


First Downs 


18 


12 


Rushing Yards 


289 


81 


Passing 


63 


75 


Comp-AtMnt 


7-13-1 


9-19-4 


Return Yards 


29 


16 


Punts-Avg. 


8-38.0 


7-43.0 


Fumbles-tost 


7-1 


2-2 


Penalties-Yards 


12-120 


2-20 



RUSHING-Maryland, Modzelewski 28-153. Tennessee. Payne 

11-54. 

PASSING-Maryland. Scarbath 6-9-57. Tennessee, Payne 7- 

14-75. 

Att: 80,271 




Maryland celebrates its 1951 undefeated season. 



Orange Bowl 

Miami 

Jan. 1. 1954 




Oklahoma 7 
Maryland 



This was the first game of the contract that pitted the 
Big Eight Conference champion against the Atlantic 
Coast Conference champion. The Terrapins took an 
undefeated season and the nation's No. 1 ranking into 
the game against an Oklahoma sguad that used a pow- 
erful running attack to grind out a second guarter 
touchdown to propel the Sooners to a 7-0 win. Twice 
the Terps had first down opportunities with the ball 
inside the 10-yard line and failed to come away with 
any points. Despite the narrow loss, the Terrapins 
claimed the 1953 national championship. 

Box Score 





1st 


2nd 


3rd 


4th 


F 


Maryland 











— 





Oklahoma 





7 





— 


7 


2-OU - Griggs 25 


-yarc 


run (teake kick) 








UM 




ou 




First Downs 




13 




10 




Rushing Yards 




176 




208 




Passing 




36 




22 




Comp-Att-Int 




5-12-0 




4-6-1 




Return Yards 




25 




7 




Punts-Avg. 




5-29.0 




7-31.3 




Fumbles-Lost 




1-1 




2-2 




Penatty Yards 




15 




45 





RUSHING-Maryland, Felton 10-51. Oklahoma, Griggs 13-89. 

PASSING-Maryland, Boxold 3-9-42. Oklahoma, Calame 4-4- 

22. 

RECEIVING-Maryland. Nolan 2-31. Oklahoma, Burn's 3-17. 

Att: 68,178 






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Shoo-Shoo 
Shemonski high- 
stepping in the 
1954 Orange Bowl. 



Orange Bowl 

Miami 

Jan. 2. 1956 



Oklahoma 20 
Maryland 6 



The third-ranked Terps came into the Orange Bowl riding 
a 15-game winning streak, only to have it snapped by 
an Oklahoma team that extended its winning streak to 
30 games with its 20-6 win. The Terps, who led 6-0 at 
halftime, were stunned when the Sooners went into 
their famous "fast break offense" and reeled off two 
third guarter touchdowns to earn the national cham- 
pionship. Ed Vereb, who scored the Terps' lone touch- 
down, finished with 108 rushing yards. Maryland was 
hurt by five turnovers. 



Box Score 





1st 


2nd 


3rd 


4th 


F 


Maryland 





6 





— 


6 


Oklahoma 








14 


6 - 


20 



2-UM - Vereb 15-yard run (kick failed) 

3-OU - McDonald 4-yard run (Prices kick) 

3-OU - O'Neil 1-yard run (Prices kick) 

4-OU - Dodd 82-yard interception return (kick failed) 





UM 


OU 


First Downs 


9 


16 


Rushing Yards 


187 


202 


Passing 


46 


53 


Comp-Att-Int 


3-10-3 


4-10-1 


Punts-Avg. 


7-40.0 


8-34.0 


Fumbles-Lost 


3-2 


1-1 


Penalties-Yards 


4-61 


4-35 



RUSHING-Maryland, Vereb 8-108. Oklahoma. Harris 9-63. 

PASSING-Maryland, Beightol 2-7-46. Oklahoma, Harris 3-5- 

34. 

RECEIVING-Maryland. Cooke 1-21. Oklahoma, Burns 2-28. 

Att: 75.561 




Ed Vereb rushed 
for the Terps' only 
TD and 108 yards 
in the '56 Orange 
Bowl. 



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Peach 




Fulton County 
Stadium 
Atlanta 

Dec. 28, 1973 



Georgia 17 
Maryland 16 



Maryland came away from its first bowl game in 18 
years a bitterly disappointed team. The Terrapins domi- 
nated Georgia in all phases, but the game was tied 10- 
10 at the half thanks to a couple of big plays by the 
Bulldogs. In the third quarter, a costly Terp fumble 
led to Georgia's go-ahead touchdown. Seven times the 
Terrapins were inside the Georgia 20-yard line, coming 
away with only nine points. The Terps' lone touchdown 
came via Walter White's 68-yard touchdown reception. 



Box Score 





1st 


2nd 


3rd 


4 th 


F 


Maryland 





10 





6 — 


16 


Georgia 





10 


7 


— 


17 



2-UG - Poulous 62-yard pass from Johnson (Leavitt kick), 5:27 

2-UM - White 68-yard pass from Carter (Mike-Mayer kick), 5:04 

2-UM - Mike-Mayer 36-yard field goal, 1:31 

2-UG - Leavitt 26-yard field goal, 0:06 

3-UG - Johnson 1-yard run (Leavitt kick), 4:24 

4-UM - 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. 


6-31.8 


8-41.3 


Fumbles-Lost 


4-3 


2-2 


Penalties-Yards 


5-63 


1-5 



RUSHING-Maryland, Carter 29-126. Georgia, King 16-57. 

PASSING-Maryland, Kinard 4-8-113. Georgia, Johnson 5-16- 

114. 

RECEIVING: Maryland, White 2-106. Georgia, Poulous 2-62. 

Att: 80,271 




Coach Jerry Claiborne (left) congratulates Georgia 
coach Vince Dooley after the Bulldogs' win. 



beriy 

liberty Bowl 





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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 quar- 
ters but lost the game when the Volunteers' quarter- 
back, Randy Wallace, found Larry Seivers for an 11- 
yard touchdown pass with 2:08 to play. The Terps were 
punting from their own 13 when a bad snap from cen- 
ter was recovered by the Volunteers on the Maryland 
seven-yard line. Maryland had a chance to win the 
game but an apparent 20-yard touchdown pass was 
ruled out of bounds. 

Box Score 





1st 


2nd 


3rd 


4th 


F 


Maryland 





3 





— 


3 


Tennessee 











7 — 


7 



2-UM - Mike-Mayer 28-yard field goal 

4-UT - Seivers 11-yard pass from Wallace (Towsend kick) 





UM 


UT 


First Downs 


16 


15 


Rushing Yards 


108 


173 


Passing 


158 


65 


Comp-Att-Int 


15-22-2 


7-16-0 


Return Yards 


76 


65 


Punts-Avg. 


6-41.0 


7-39.0 


Fumbles-Lost 


3-3 


4-2 


Penalties-Yards 


4-63 


8-69 



RUSHING-Maryland, Carter 22-65. Tennessee, Gayle 17-106. 

PASSING-Maryland, Avellini 15-22-158. Tennessee, Holloway 

6-15-54. 

RECEIVING: Maryland, White 5-68. Tennessee, Seivers 4-38. 

Att: 51,284 




Louis Carter 
rushed for 65 
yards in the 
Terps' 1974 
Liberty Bowl 
appearance. 



Gator 




Gator Bowl 

Jacksonville 

Dec. 29, 1975 



Maryland 13 
Florida 



The ACC champion Terrapins headed into the 1975 Gator 
Bowl as a seven-point underdog to the Florida Gators. 
However, this did not deter the Terps, who were com- 
ing off their best season (8-2-1) in 20 years. Maryland 
shut out the Gators, 13-0, in front of a large pro-Florida 
crowd in a steady downpour. The Maryland defense 
held the SEC's total offense leader scoreless and inter- 
cepted two Florida passes which led to the first 10 
Maryland points. This was the first Terp win over an 
SEC team since 1955. 

Box Score 





1st 


2nd 


3rd 


4th 


F 


Maryland 


7 


3 





3 — 


13 


Florida 











— 






1-UM - Hoover 19-yard pass from Dick (Sochko kick) 6:15 
2-UM - Sochko 20-yard field goal 6:49 
4-UM - Sochko 27-yard field goal 11:41 





UM 


UF 


First Downs 


15 


14 


Rushing Yards 


209 


182 


Passing 


82 


28 


Comp-Att-Int 


7-16-0 


3-19-3 


Return Yards 


26 


25 


Punts-Avg. 


7-39.5 


7-38.5 


Fumbles-Lost 


0-0 


1-1 


Penalties-Yards 


5-47 


6-48 



RUSHING-Maryland, Atkins 20-127. Florida, DuBose 18-95. 
PASSING-Maryland, Dick 5-13-67. Florida, Fisher 2-12-33. 
RECEIVING: Maryland, Hoover 2-24. Florida, Lecount 1-25. 
Att: 64,012 




Kim Hoover 
hauls in the 
only TO of 
the Terps' 
win in the 
75 Gator 
Bowl. 



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Cotton Bowl 

Dallas 

Jan. 1.1977 



Houston 30 
Maryland 21 



Maryland entered the 1977 Cotton Bowl with a perfect 
11-0 record, but the hopes for a perfect season were 
dashed quickly when Houston scored 21 first-quarter 
points en route to a 30-21 win. The Cougars rushed for 
a total of 320 yards in the game and 144 in the 21- 
point first quarter. The Terps cut the lead to 27-21 in 
the fourth quarter, but a 5:42 drive by the Cougars late 
in the quarter resulted in a field goal, slamming the 
door on any Terp comeback hopes. 



Maryland 
Houston 



Box Score 

1st 2nd 3rd 4th 
7 7 7 

21 6 3 



F 

21 

30 



1-UH - Thomas 11-yard run (Coplin kick) 6:27 

1-UH - Blackwell 33-yard run (Coplin kick) 3:13 

1-UH - Blackwell 1-yard run (Coplin kick) 0:51 

2-UM - Manges 6-yard run (Loncar kick) 9:36 

2-UH - Bass 33-yard pass from Davis (kick failed) 0:55 

3-UM - Sievers 11-yard pass from Manges (Sochko kick) 1:41 

4-UM - Wilson 1-yard run (Sochko kick) 8:46 

4-UH - Coplin 28-yard field goal 0:18 



first Downs 
Rushing Yards 
Passing 
Comp-Att-Int 
Return Yards 
Punts-Avg. 
Fumbles-Lost 
Penalties-Yards 



UM 

17 

120 

179 

17-32-0 

13 

6-44.0 

1-1 

8-80 



UH 

20 
320 
108 

5-8-0 
5 

4-36.0 
4-3 
5-22 



RUSHING-Maryland, Scott 11-47. Houston, Blackwell 22-149. 

PASSING-Maryland. Manges 17-32-179. Houston, Davis 5- 

8-108. 

RECEIVING: Maryland, Kinney 6-72. Houston, Foster 3-62. 

Att: 58,500 




^" 4/j fnc Sievers 

caught his first 
college TD on 
this play in the 
'77 Cotton 
Bowl. 




Legion Field 

Birmingham 

Dec. 22, 1977 



Maryland 17 
Minnesota 7 



After allowing an early Minnesota touchdown run, the 
Terps scored the next 17 points and shut out the Golden 
Gophers over the next three quarters to leave Birming- 
ham with a 17-7 win. Offensively, the Terps looked to 
George Scott who rushed for 75 yards and two second- 
quarter touchdowns to put Maryland in the lead for 
good. The Maryland defense held the Gophers to only 
69 yards of total offense in the second half. 



Box Score 





1st 


2nd 


3rd 


4th 


F 


Maryland 


3 


14 





— 


17 


Minnesota 


7 








— 


7 



1-MN - Barber 1-yard run (Rogind kick) 9:02 
1-UM - Sochko 32-yard field goal 5:21 
2-UM - Scott 2-yard run (Sochko kick) 7:04 
2-UM - Scott 1-yard run (Sochko kick) 4:53 





UM 


MN 


first Downs 


15 


17 


Rushing Yards 


120 


113 


Passing 


211 


155 


Comp-Att-Int 


12-23-1 


13-26-0 


Return Yards 


3 


6 


Punts-Avg. 


5-36.8 


9-27.7 


Fumbles-Lost 


3-2 


3-2 


Penalties-Yards 


12-80 


6-54 



RUSHING-Maryland. Scott 24-75. Minnesota, Kitzmann 24- 

76. 

PASSING-Maryland. Dick 12-20-211. Minnesota, Avery 12- 

23-130. 

RECEIVING: Maryland, White 8-126. Minnesota, Anhorn 5- 

49. 

Att: 47,000 




George Scott 
ran for two 
TDs and 75 
yards in the 
Terps' '77 
Hall of Fame 
Bowl win. 




Sun Bowl 

El Paso 

Dec. 23. 1978 



Texas 42 
Maryland 



The Maryland Terrapins, appearing in their sixth con- 
secutive bowl and looking for their second straight 
bowl win, ran into a very determined Texas Longhorn 
team. The Longhorns' running game amassed 220 yards 
and five touchdowns, while the Texas defense held 
Maryland to 248 yards of total offense. It was the first 
time in 95 games the Terps had been held scoreless, 
ending the third-longest streak in the nation. 



Maryland 
Texas 



Box Score 

1st 2nd 3rd 4th 

21 7 14 



F 

42 



1-UT - L. Jones 7-yard run (Erxleben kick) 10:27 

1-UT - J. Jones 1-yard run (Erxleben kick) 7:15 

1-UT - L Jones 29-yard pass from McBaeth (Erxleben kick) 4:37 

2-UT - McBaeth 2-yard run (Erxleben kick) 12:55 

3-UT - J. Jones 14-yard run (Erxleben kick) 2:42 

3-UT - H. Jones 32-yard run (Erxleben kick) 1:08 



First Downs 
Rushing Yards 
Passing 
Comp-Att-Int 
Return Yards 
Punts-Avg. 
Fumbles-Lost 
Penalties-Yards 



UM 

20 

34 

214 

17-43-4 



8-37 

2-1 

5-35 



UT 

18 
220 

45 
2-7-0 

20 
7-41 

3-1 
7-42 



RUSHING-Maryland, Atkins 10-15. Texas. H. Jones 14-104. 
PASSING-Maryland, O'Hare 12-27-146. Texas. McBaeth 2-5-45. 
RECEIVING: Maryland. Richards 4-52. Texas, L. Jones 2-45. 
Att: 33,122 




Charles 
Johnson's 
mood tells 
the story 
after the 
Terps tost in 
the '78 
Sun Bowl. 



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'if 



Tangerine Bowl 

Orlando 

Dec. 20, 1980 



Florida 35 
Maryland 20 



Maryland's Charlie Wysocki rushed for 159 yards and a 
touchdown, but it was not enough to overcome the 
passing attack of the Gators' Wayne Peace, who threw 
for 271 yards and two touchdowns. Peace's favorite 
receiver, Cris Collinsworth, caught eight passes for 166 
yards, including a 21-yard touchdown catch that led 
to Florida's 28-20 lead. Maryland's Dale Castro tied a 
Tangerine Bowl record and established a new Terrapin 
bowl record when he booted his fourth field goal in 
the third quarter. 



Maryland 
Florida 



Box Score 

1st 2nd 3rd 4th 
3 6 11 

14 14 7 



F 

20 
35 



1-UM - Castro 34-yard field goal 4:50 

2-UF- Collinsworth 24-yard pass from Peace (Clark kick) 14:04 

2-UM - Castro 27-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 run (Tice run) 14:48 

3-UM - Castro 42-yard field goal 10:00 

3-UF - Peace 1-yard run (Clark kick) 4:43 

3-UF - Collinsworth 21-yard pass from Peace (Clark kick) 3:29 

4-UF - Brown 2-yard run (Clark kick) 9:31 

UM UF 

First Downs 19 16 

Rushing Yards 181 108 

Passing 155 271 

Comp-Att-Int 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 11-108 

RUSHING-Maryland, Wysocki 39-159. Florida, Brown 16-71. 
PASSING-Maryland, Tice 11-23-129. Florida, Peace 20-24-271. 
RECEIVING: Maryland, Havener 4-83. Fla., Collinsworth 8-166. 
Att: 52,541 




Charlie 
Wysocki ran 
for 159 yards 
in the '80 
Tangerine 
Bowl. 




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 Huskies' touchdown with :06 left secured 
Washington's come-from-behind, 21-20 victory. The 
Terps had a chance to go up by nine points with 3:39 
left to play, but Jess Atkinson's 32-yard field goal at- 
tempt fell short. The Terps had fallen behind 14-6 in 
the first half and Boomer Esiason completed 10 passes 
for 120 yards and a touchdown in the third quarter, 
sparking Maryland to a 20-14 lead early in the fourth. 

Box Score 





1st 


2nd 


3rd 


4th 


F 


Maryland 





6 


6 


8 — 


20 


Washington 


7 


7 





7 — 


21 



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 71-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 Esiason) 10:44 
4-UW - Allen 11-yard pass from Cowan (Nelson kick) 0:06 



First Downs 
Rushing Yards 
P,iv,i[H| 
Comp-Att-Int 
Return Yards 
Punts-Avg. 
Fumbles-Lost 
Penalties-Yards 



UM 

17 

68 

251 
19-32-1 

45 
7-38.0 

2-1 
8-55 



UW 

20 

63 

369 

35-55-0 

43 

5-45.0 

4-4 

7-50 



RUSHING-Maryland, Nash 11-41. Washington, Robinson 16-50. 

PASSING-Maryland, Esiason 19-32-251. Washington, Cowan 

33-55-369. 

RECEIVING: Maryland, Tice 6-85. Washington, Skansi 10-81. 

Att: 30,055 




Dave D'Addio 
rushes past 
Washington in 
the Aloha 
Bowl. 



Citrus 



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Florida Citrus 

Bowl 

Orlando 

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 quarterback Frank Reich. Reich entered the 
game in the second quarter when starter Boomer Esiason 
suffered a shoulder injury. Reich's one mistake of the 
day, an interception early in the fourth quarter, set the 
Vols on Maryland's 14-yard line which led to a Tennes- 
see touchdown run that was the difference. 

Box Score 

1st 2nd 3rd 4th F 

Maryland 3 6 11 3 — 23 

Tennessee 7 3 6 14 — 30 

1-UM - Atkinson 18-yard field goal 4:01 
1-UT - Taylor 12 pass from Cockrell (Reveiz kick) 1:04 
2-UM - Atkinson 48-yard field goal 13:43 
2-UM - Atkinson 31-yard field goal 12:01 
2-UT - Reveiz 25-yard field goal 4:34 
3-UM - Atkinson 22-yard field goal 10:47 
3-UT - Henderson 19-yard run (Cockrell pass failed) 5:29 
3-UM - Badanjek 3-yard run (Badanjek run) 4:14 
4-UT - Jones 1-yard run (Reveiz kick) 14:01 
4-UT - Jones 2-yard run (Reveiz kick) 11:58 
4-UM - Atkinson 26-yard field goal 4:34 
UM UT 

First Downs 17 25 

Rushing Yards 95 201 

Passing 253 185 

Comp-Att-Int 18-28-1 16-23-1 

Return Yards 10 26 

Punts-Avg. 0-0.0 1-47.0 

Fumbles-Lost 3-1 1-1 

Penalties-Yards 6-32 1-5 

RUSHING-Maryland, Joyner 17-58. Tennessee, Jones 29-154. 
PASSING-Maryland, Reich 14-22-192. Tennessee, Cockrell 16- 
23-185. 

RECEIVING: Maryland, David 4-66. Tennessee. Duncan 6-59. 
Att: 50,183 




Bobby Ross 
(far left) and 
Boomer 
Esiason 
(second from 
left) visit 
Goofy at the 
Magic 
Kingdom. 



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Sun Bowl 

El Paso 

Dec. 22. 1984 




E POSTSEASON 



Maryland 28 
Tennessee 27 



The Maryland Terrapins were truly the comeback team 
of 1984. Maryland trailed Tennessee 21-0 at halftime 
and erupted for a Terrapin bowl record 22 points in the 
third quarter. Frank Reich's third-quarter touchdown 
pass to Ferrell Edmunds put the Terps up 22-21, but 
the ensuing kickoff was returned for a touchdown by 
the Volunteers to give them a 27-22 lead. Then with 
8:03 left to play, the Terps' offense pounded out a 
5:05 drive that was capped by a one-yard scoring run 
by Rick Badanjek for the game-winning touchdown. 



Box Score 



Maryland 
Tennessee 



1st 2nd 3rd 
22 
10 11 6 



4th 
6 




F 
28 

27 



1-UT - Jones 2-yard run (Reveiz kick) 6:34 
1-UT - Reveiz 24-yard field goal 2:29 
2-LIT - Reveiz 52-yard field goal 5:13 
2-UT - McGee 6-yard pass from Robinson 
(McGee pass from Robinson) 0:37 
3-UM - Neal 57-yard run (pass failed) 10:35 
3-UM - Atkinson 23-yard field goal 6:32 
3-UM - Badanjek 1-yard run (run failed) 3:47 
3-UM - Edmunds 40-yard pass from Reich (Atkinson kick) 3:47 
3-UT - Penuska 100-yard kickoff return (pass failed) 0:10 
4-UM - Badanjek 1-yard run (pass failed) 2:28 

UM UT 

22 13 

229 148 

201 132 

17-28-1 15-24-0 

80 194 

4-39.0 5-42.4 

2-2 2-2 

8-63 6-49 

RUSHING-Maryland. Neal 12-107. Tennessee, Jones 14-80. 
PASSING-Maryland. Reich 17-28-201. Tenn., Robinson 15- 
24-132. 

RECEIVING: Maryland, Hill 4-69. Tennessee, McGee 6-66. 
Att: 50,126 



First Downs 
Rushing Yards 
Passing 
Comp-Att-Int 
Return Yards 
Punts-Avg. 
Fumbles-Lost 
Penalties-Yards 




After rallying 
from a 21-0 
halftime 
deficit, the 
Terps carried 
coach Bobby 
Ross off the 
field after 
winning the 
'84 Sun Bowl. 



PONTIAC 
SlLVERDOME 

Pontiac, Mich. 
Dec. 21, 1985 



Maryland 35 
Syracuse 18 

Quarterback Stan Gelbaugh completed 14 passes for 
223 yards, threw two touchdowns and rushed for an- 
other as Maryland defeated Syracuse 35-18. The Terra- 
pins, who trailed 3-0 early in the first quarter, took 
their first lead thanks to Gelbaugh's four-yard touch- 
down run. Trailing 10-6 in the second quarter, Gelbaugh 
hit tight end Chris Knight for a three-yard score to put 
the Terps in the lead for good. The touchdown pass 
also was the start of a 22-point second quarter that 
tied a Maryland bowl record for points scored in a quar- 
ter. 



Box Score 





1st 


2nd 


3rd 


4 th 


F 


Syracuse 


3 


7 


8 


— 


18 


Maryland 


6 


22 


7 


— 


35 



1-SU - McAulay 26-yard field goal 10:27 
1-UM - Gelbaugh 4-yard run (kick failed) 6:36 
2-SU - Drummond 10-yard run (McAulay kick) 12:53 
2-UM - Knight 3-yard pass from Gelbaugh (Badanjek run) 

8:50 
2-UM - Tye 8-yard fumble return (Plocki kick) 3:41 
2-UM - Blount 20-yard run (Plocki kick) 1:43 
3-UM - Abdur-Ra'oof 6-yard pass from Gelbaugh (Plocki 

kick) 11:27 
3-SU - McPherson 17-yard run (Schwedes from McPherson) 2:51 

UM SU 

First Downs 22 28 

Rushing Yards 244 241 

Passing 223 204 

Comp-Att-Int 14-20-1 18-30-3 

Return Yards 99 135 

Punts-Avg. 3-38.7 1-52.0 

Fumbles-Lost 0-0 3-2 

Penalties-Yards 5-54 3-26 

RUSHING-Maryland, Blount 24-135. Syracuse, McPherson 21-111. 
PASSING-Maryland, Gelbaugh 14-20-223. Syracuse, 
McPherson 18-30-204. 

RECEIVING: Maryland, Abdur-Ra'oof 5-86. Syracuse. Slano 4-69. 
Att: 51,858 




Len Lynch 
(63) hoists 
the 1985 
Cherry Bowl 
trophy. 




Independence 

Stadium 

Shreveport, La. 

Dec. 15. 1990 



Maryland 34 
Louisiana Tech 34 

Tech's Chris Boniol hit a 29-yard field goal with no 
time remaining in the 1990 Independence Bowl, al- 
lowing the Bulldogs to escape Shreveport with a 34- 
34 tie. The Terrapins fell behind 31-20 early in the 
fourth quarter but rallied to take the lead when Scott 
Zolak threw a 15-yard touchdown pass to Brad Johnson 
with :52 remaining. However, on the ensuing kickoff. 
Tech's Lorenzo Baker returned the kick 41 yards to 
start the Bulldog drive on the Maryland 39-yard line. 
Five plays and 28 yards later, Boniol kicked his second 
field goal of the game to even the score. 

Box Score 





1st 


2nd 


3rd 


4th 


F 


Maryland 


14 





6 


14 — 


34 


Louisiana Tech 





14 


14 


6 — 


34 



1-UM - Jackson 1-yard run (DeArmas kick) 11:59 

1-UM - Jackson 2-yard run (DeArmas kick) 5:06 

2-LT - Richardson 5-yard run (Boniol kick) 8:30 

2-LT - Davis 3-yard run (Boniol kick) 0:17 

3-LT- Richardson 1-yard run (Boniol kick) 10:35 

3-UM - Jackson 11-yard run (kick railed) 7:44 

3-LT - Slaughter 7-yard pass from Johnson (Boniol kick) 5:52 

4-LT - Boniol 36-yard field goal 13:52 

4-UM - Mason 28-yard pass from Zolak (DeArmas kick) 11:20 

4-UM - Johnson 15-yard pass from Zolak (DeArmas kick) 0:52 

4-LT - Boniol 28-yard field goal 0:00 



UM 


LT 


First Downs 16 


25 


Rushing Yards 191 


150 


Passing 115 


254 


Comp-Att-Int 11-18-1 


18-28-3 


Return Yards 22 


3 


Punts-Avg. 4-37.2 


1-34.0 


Fumbles-Lost 1-1 


3-1 


Penalties-Yards 9-88 


6-53 


RUSHING-Maryland. Jackson 17-50. 


La. Tech, Richardson 27-81. 


PASSING-Maryland, Zolak 7-16-159 


La. Tech, Johnson 7-8-70. 


RECEIVING: Maryland, Johnson 5-107. La. Tech, Slaughter 5-66. 


Att: 48,325 






Clarence 
Jones (74) 
lifts Troy 
Jackson in 
the air after 
the Terps' 
third-quarter 
score in the 
'90 Indepen- 
dence Bowl. 



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Mi-Time Bowl Game Records 



Individual Records 

Rushing Yards 

165 (23 carries), Lu Gambino vs. Georgia, 1948 Gator 
153 (28), Ed Modzelewski vs. Tennessee, 1952 Sugar 
159 (39), Charlie Wysocki vs. Florida, 1980 Tangerine 
132 (24), Alvin Blount vs. Syracuse, 1985 Cherry 
127 (20), Steve Atkins vs. Florida, 1975 Gator 
126 (29), Louis Carter vs. Georgia, 1973 Peach 
108 (8), Ed Vereb vs. Oklahoma, 1956 Orange 
107 (12), Tommy Neal vs. Tennessee, 1984 Sun 

Rushing Attempts 

39, Charlie Wysocki vs. Florida, 1980 Tangerine 

Rushing Touchdowns 

3, Troy Jackson vs. Louisiana Tech, 1990 Independence 

Longest Touchdown Run 

57 yards, Tommy Neal vs. Tennessee, 1984 Sun 

Passing Yards 

251 (19 of 32, 2TD, 1 Int.), Boomer Esiason vs. Wash- 
ington, 1982 Aloha 

223 (14 of 20, 2 TD, 1 Int.). Stan Gelbaugh vs. Syra- 
cuse, 1985 Cherry 

215 (17 of 28, 1 TD, 3 Int.), Scott Zolak vs Louisiana 
Tech, 1990 Independence 

211 (12 of 20, 0TD, 1 Int.), Larry Dick vs. Minnesota, 
1977 Hall of Fame 

201 (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 vs. Washington, 1982 Aloha 

2, Stan Gelbaugh vs. Syracuse, 1985 Cherry 

2, Scott Zolak vs. Louisiana Tech, 1990 Independence 




in a game with 165, gaine 



1 record for rushing yards 
the '48 Gator Bowl. 



Longest Pass Touchdown 

68, Louis Carter to Walter White vs. Georgia, 1973 Peach 

Totai Offense 



252 yards (1 run, 251 pass) 
ington, 1983 Aloha 



Boomer Esiason vs. Wash- 



Receptions 

8 (126 yards), Charlie White vs. Minnesota, 1977 Hall 
of Fame 

Receiving Yards 

126 (8 rec, TD), Charlie White vs. Minnesota, 1977 

Hall of Fame 
107 (5 rec, 1 TD), Barry Johnson vs. Louisiana Tech, 

1990 Independence 
106 (2 rec, 1 TD), Walter White vs. Georgia, 1973 Peach 

Touchdown Receptions 

1, Lu Gambino from John Baroni, 1948 Gator 
1, Bob Shemonski from 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 Tice 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 

189 (165 rush, 24 rec), Lu Gambino vs. Georgia, 1948 Gator 
184 (93 rush, 47 rec, 44 ret., Mark Mason vs. Louisi- 
ana Tech, 1990 Independence 

Touchdowns Responsible For 

3. Lu Gambino (35 run, 1 run, 24 rec.) vs. Missouri, 

1948 Gator 
3, Ed Fullerton (2 run, 7 pass, 46 int.) vs. Tennessee, 

1952 Sugar 
3, Troy Jackson (2 run, 2 run, 11 run) vs. Louisiana 

Tech, 1990 Independence 

Field Goals 

5 (18, 48, 31, 22 26 yds.), Jess Atkinson vs. Tennessee, 

1983 Citrus 
4 (35, 27, 27, 43 yds.). Dale Castro vs. Florida, 1980 

Tangerine 

Longest Field Goal 

48 yards, Jess Atkinson vs. Tennessee, 1983 Citrus 

Punting Average 

53.0 (3 for 159 yds.), Lynn Beightol vs. Oklahoma, 1956 Orange 
52.4 (5 for 262 yds.), Mike Sochko vs. Houston, 1977 Cotton 

Longest Punt 

77 yards, Mike Sochko vs. Houston, 1977 Cotton 

Longest Kickoff Return 

80 yards. Tommy Neal vs. Tennessee, 1983 Citrus 

Fumdle Return fur a TD 

8 yard return, Scott Tye vs. Syracuse, 1985 Cherry 

Interception Return for a TD 

46 yard return, Ed Fullerton vs. Tennessee, 1952 Sugar 



Team Records 

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 

43, 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 

467, 1985 Cherry vs. Syracuse (244 rush, 223 pass) 

Fewest Total Yards 

212, 1954 Orange vs. Oklahoma 

Pass Interceptions Ry 

4, 1952 Sugar vs. Tennessee 

Fumrles Lost 

3, 1973 Peach vs. Georgia 

3, 1974 Liberty vs. Tennessee 

Penalty Yards 

120 on 12 penalties, 1952 Sugar vs. Tennessee 









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Terp Tidbits 

► Running back Charlie 
Wysocki (left] departed 
Maryland in 1981 after a 
four-year career that 
produced a school-record 
3,317 rushing yards. 

► Scott Milanovich holds 
the NCAA record for career 
pass completion 
percentage (.662). 

► Lewis Sanders tied the 
school mark last season 
with his second kickoff 
return for touchdown. He 
finished his career sixth in 
Maryland kickoff return 
yards. 



Rushing Records 162 

Passing Records 166 

Total Offense Records 169 

Receiving Records 170 

Scoring Records 173 

Punt Return Records 176 

Kickoff Return Records 178 

All-Purpose Records 180 

Punting Records 181 

Defense Records 182 

Team Records 184 

Attendance Records 185 

Year-by-Year Team Statistics .... 186 
The Last Time 188 



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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.-159, LaMont Jordan, 1997 
Game-50, Charlie Wysocki vs. Duke, 1980 

Rushing Yards 

Career-3,317, Charlie Wysocki, 1978-81 
Season-1,632, LaMont Jordan, 1999 

Sr.-l,261, Steve Atkins, 1978 

Jr.-1,632, LaMont Jordan, 1999 

So.-l,140, Charlie Wysocki, 1979 

Fr.-689, LaMont Jordan, 1997 
Game-306, LaMont Jordan vs. Virginia, 1999 

By Quarterback-139, Dennis O'Hara vs. Wake 

Forest, 1969 



Rushing Attempts - Career 

1. Charlie Wysocki, 1978-81 769 

2. Steve Atkins, 1975-78 625 

3. LaMont Jordan, 1997-present 594 

4. Louis Carter, 1972-74 561 

5. Rick Badanjek, 1982-85 521 

6. Billy Lovett, 1966-68 452 

7. Willie Joyner, 1980-83 437 

Art Seymore, 1970-72 437 

9. Alvin Blount, 1983-86 426 

10. Bren Lowery, 1986-89 402 

11. Mark Mason, 1990-93 379 

12. Buddy Rodgers, 1994-97 365 

13. Ed Modzelewski, 1949-51 340 

14. Alvin Maddox, 1975-78 339 

15. Troy Jackson, 1988-91 321 

16. Alvin Thomas, 1968-70 304 

17. Richard Jennings, 1972-75 275 

Jim Joyce, 1957-59 275 

19. Brian Underwood, 1994-97 273 

20. George Scott, 1976-77 270 

Rushing Attempts - Season 

1. Charlie Wysocki (Jr.), 1980 334 

2. Steve Atkins (Sr.), 1978 283 

3. LaMont Jordan (Jr.), 1999 266 

4. Charlie Wysocki (So.), 1979 247 

5. Louis Carter (Sr.), 1974 224 

6. Art Seymore (So.), 1970 221 

7. Louis Carter (Jr.), 1973 218 

8. Billy Lovett (Sr.), 1968 217 

9. Willie Joyner (Sr.), 1983 198 

10. George Scott (So.), 1977 188 

11. Tom Hickey (So.), 1964 182 

12. Willie Joyner (Jr.), 1982 177 

13. Troy Jackson (Jr.), 1990 176 

14. Rick Badanjek (Jr.), 1984 173 

15. Alvin Blount (Jr.), 1985 171 

16. LaMont Jordan (So.), 1998 169 

17. Bren Lowery (So.), 1987 168 

18. LaMont Jordan (Fr.), 1997 159 

Charlie Wysocki (Sr.), 1981 159 

20. Buddy Rodgers (So.), 1995 158 

Mark Mason (Sr.), 1993 158 



Rushing Yards Per Carry 

Career (min. 300 att.)-5.57, Ed Modzelewski, 1949-51 
Career (min. 175 att.)-8.13, Chet Hanulak, 1951-53 
Season (min. 200 att.)-6.14, LaMont Jordan, 1999 
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-44, Rick Badanjek, 1982-85 
Season-16, LaMont Jordan, 1999 

Sr.-14, Ed Vereb, 1955 

Jr.-16, LaMont Jordan, 1999 

So.-8, Rick Badanjek, 1983; Charlie Wysocki, 1979 

Fr.-9, Rick Badanjek, 1982 
Game-5, Bob Shemonski vs. Va. Tech, 1950 




Charlie Wysocki is Maryland's all-time leader 
in rushing attempts and rushing yards. 



100-Yard Rushing Games 

Career-17, Charlie Wysocki, 1978-81 

Season-8, Charlie Wysocki, 1980; Steve Atkins, 1978 

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, 1979 
Consecutive-7, Steve Atkins, 1978 

200-Yard Rushing Games 

Career-3, Charlie Wysocki, 1978-81 

Season-2, LaMont Jordan, 1999; Charlie Wysocki, 1979 

Consecutive-2, Charlie Wysocki, 1979 

Longest TD Run 

98, Steve Atkins vs. Clemson, 1978 

Longest Non-Scoring Run 

76, Harry Bonk vs. No. Carolina, 1948 



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Rushing Attempts - Game 

Charlie Wysocki vs. Duke, 1980 50 

George Scott vs. Villanova, 1977 42 

Charlie Wysocki vs. Syracuse, 1981 39 

Billy Lovett vs. So. Carolina, 1968 39 

LaMont Jordan vs. Virginia, 1999 37 

Charlie Wysocki vs. W. Virginia, 1980 35 

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, 1979 32 

Rushing Yards - Career 

Charlie Wysocki, 1978-81 3,317 

LaMont Jordan, 1997-present 3,227 

Steve Atkins, 1975-78 2,971 

Rick Badanjek, 1982-85 2,417 

Louis Carter, 1972-74 2,266 

Alvin Blount, 1983-86 2,158 

Willie Joyner, 1980-83 2,140 

Billy Lovett, 1966-68 1,913 

Ed Modzelewski, 1949-51 1,893 

Mark Mason, 1990-93 1,807 

Art Seymore, 1970-72 1,656 

Bren Lowery, 1986-89 1,611 

Alvin Maddox, 1975-78 1,571 

Chet Hanulak, 1951-53 1,544 

Buddy Rodgers, 1994-97 1,488 

Tommy Neal, 1983-86 1,375 

Ralph Felton, 1951-53 1,355 

Richard Jennings, 1972-75 1,308 

George Scott, 1976-77 1,263 

Alvin Thomas, 1968-70 1,203 

Rushing Yards - Season 

LaMont Jordan (Jr.), 1999 1,632 

Charlie Wysocki (Jr.), 1980 1,359 

Steve Atkins (Sr.), 1978 1,261 

Charlie Wysocki (So.), 1979 1,140 

Willie Joyner (Jr.), 1982 1,039 

Louis Carter (Sr.), 1974 991 

Billy Lovett (Sr.), 1968 963 



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Rushing 

8. Ail Seymore (So.), 1970 945 

9. Willie Joyner (Sr.). 1983 908 

10. LaMont Jordan (So.), 1998 906 

11. Lu Gambino (Sr.), 1947 904 

12. George Scott (So.), 1977 894 

Tom Hickey (So.). 1964 894 

14. Ed Modzelewski (Sr.), 1951 834 

15. Rick Badanjek (Jr.), 1984 832 

16. Alvin Blount (Jr.), 1985 828 

17. Louis Carter (Jr.), 1973 801 

18. Alvin Blount (So.), 1984 759 

19. Chet Hanulak (Sr.), 1953 753 

20. Buddy Rodgers (So.), 1995 718 

Rushing Yards - Game 

1. LaMont Jordan vs. Virginia, 1999 306 

2. Willie Joyner vs. No. Carolina, 1982 240 

3. George Scott vs. Villanova, 1977 237 

4. LaMont Jordan vs. Duke, 1999 227 

5. Charlie Wysocki vs. Louisville, 1979 222 

6. Rick Badanjek vs. Virginia, 1984 217 

7. Charlie Wysocki vs. Duke, 1980 216 

8. Steve Atkins vs. Syracuse, 1976 215 

9. Alvin Blount vs. Clemson, 1984 214 

10. Louis Carter vs. Virginia, 1974 213 

11. Charlie Wysocki vs. Virginia, 1979 202 

12. Steve Atkins vs. Clemson, 1978 197 

13. Alvin Blount vs. Virginia, 1985 186 

Ralph Felton vs. NC State, 1951 186 

15. Louis Carter vs. NC State, 1974 180 

16. Charlie Wysocki vs. Clemson, 1979 178 

17. LaMont Jordan vs. Clemson, 1999 177 

Charlie Wysocki vs. Villanova, 1980 177 

19. Buddy Rodgers vs. Duke, 1996 176 

20. George Scott vs. Virginia, 1977 173 





LaMont Jordan's 6.14-yard average in 1999 was 
the most by a Terp with 200 or more carries. 



Chet "The Jet" Hanulak holds the Maryland 
career and season marks for yards per carry. 

Rushing Yards Per Carry - Career 

Minimum 175 Rushing Attempts 

1. Chet Hanulak, 1951-53 8.13 

2. Ed Modzelewski, 1949-51 5.57 

3. LaMont Jordan, 1997-present 5.43 

4. Tommy Neal, 1983-86 5.33 

5. Ralph Felton, 1951-53 5.15 

6. Alvin Blount, 1983-86 5.07 

7. Bob Shemonski, 1949-51 5.02 

8. Willie Joyner, 1980-83 4.90 

9. Allen Williams, 1993-94 4.81 

10. Mark Mason. 1990-93 4.77 

11. Richard Jennings, 1972-75 4.76 

12. Steve Atkins, 1975-78 4.75 

13. Tom Miller, 1969-71 4.74 

14. George Scott, 1976-77 4.68 

15. Tim Wilson, 1972-76 4.67 

16. Rick Badanjek, 1982-85 4.64 

17. Alvin Maddox, 1975-78 4.63 

John Nash, 1979-82 4.63 

19. Jamie Franklin, 1972-75 4.47 

20. Ricky Johnson, 1988-89 4.45 

Rushing Yards Per Carry - Season 

Minimum 75 Rushing Attempts 

1. Chet Hanulak (Sr.), 1953 9.78 

2. Ed Modzelewski (Sr.), 1951 7.38 

3. Lu Gambino (Sr.), 1947 7.23 

4. Chet Hanulak (Jr.), 1952 6.29 

5. LaMont Jordan (Jr.), 1999 6.14 

6. Alvin Blount (So.), 1984 5.93 

7. Richard Jennings (Jr.), 1974 5.88 

Willie Joyner (Jr.), 1982 5.87 

9. Ralph Felton (So.), 1951 5.84 

10. Steve Atkins (So.), 1976 5.75 

11. Ed Vereb (Sr.), 1955 5.68 

12. Steve Atkins (Fr.), 1975 5.64 

13. Ralph Felton (Sr.), 1953 5.56 

14. Bob Shemonski (Jr.), 1950 5.54 

15. Tommy Neal (So.), 1984 5.52 

16. Mark Mason (So.), 1991 5.51 

17. Mark Mason (Jr.), 1992 5.45 

18. LaMont Jordan (So.), 1998 5.36 

19. Richard Jennings (Sr.), 1975 5.27 

20. John Nash (Sr.), 1982 5.23 



Rushing Yards Per Carry - Game 

Minimum 10 Rushing Attempts 

1. Willie Joyner vs. No. Carolina, 1982 15.0 

2. Ralph Felton vs. NC State, 1951 14.3 

3. Rick Badanjek vs. Virginia, 1984 12.7 

4. Ted Kershner vs. NC State, 1956 9.9 

5. Bob Shemonski vs. Georgetown, 1950 9.6 

6. LaMont Jordan vs. Duke, 1999 9.5 

7. Ed Modzelewski vs. W. Virginia, 1951 9.4 

8. Ed Modzelewski vs. G. Washington, 1951 . 9.2 

9. LaMont Jordan vs. Western Carolina 8.8 

10. Ed Vereb vs. So. Carolina, 1955 8.5 

Ed Modzelewski vs. Missouri, 1951 8.5 

Rushing Touchdowns - Career 

1. Rick Badanjek, 1982-85 44 

2. Steve Atkins, 1975-78 31 

3. Charlie Wysocki, 1978-81 26 

4. LaMont Jordan, 1997-present 25 

Louis Carter, 1972-74 25 

6. Ed Modzelewski, 1949-51 21 

7. Buddy Rodgers, 1994-97 19 

8. Tommy Neal, 1983-86 18 

Ed Vereb, 1953-55 18 

Bob Shemonski, 1949-51 18 

11. Chet Hanulak, 1951-53 15 

12. Alvin Maddox, 1975-78 14 

13. Jack Scarbath, 1950-52 13 

14. Alvin Blount, 1983-86 12 

Lu Gambino, 1946-47 12 

16. George Scott, 1976-77 11 

Tim Wilson, 1972-76 11 

Dick Shiner, 1961-63 11 

Jim Joyce, 1957-59 11 

Ralph Felton, 1951-53 11 

Ed Fullerton, 1950-52 11 




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Rushing Touchdowns - Season 

1. LaMont Jordan (Jr.), 1999 16 

2. Rick Badanjek (Jr.), 1984 15 

Bob Shemonski (Jr.), 1950 15 

4. Louis Carter (Jr.), 1973 14 

Ed Vereb (Sr.), 1955 14 

6. Rick Badanjek (Sr.), 1985 12 

7. Charlie Wysocki (Jr.), 1980 11 

Ed Modzelewski (Sr.), 1951 11 

Lu Gambino (Sr.), 1947 11 

10. Steve Atkins (Sr.), 1978 10 

11. Rick Badanjek (Fr.), 1982 9 

Steve Atkins (Jr.), 1977 9 

13. Tommy Neat (Sr.), 1986 8 

Rick Badanjek (So.), 1983 8 

Charlie Wysocki (So.), 1979 8 

Jim Joyce (Sr.), 1959 8 

17. 11 players 7 

(last time: Buddy Rodgers, 1995) 

Rushing Touchdowns - Game 

1. Bob Shemonski vs. Va. Tech, 1950 5 

2. LaMont Jordan vs. Clemson, 1999 4 

Charlie Wysocki vs. Virginia, 1981 4 

4. LaMont Jordan vs. Western Carolina, 1999... 3 

Rick Badanjek vs. No. Carolina, 1984 3 

Rick Badanjek vs. NC State, 1984 3 

John Nash vs. Wake Forest, 1982 3 

Steve Atkins vs. Duke, 1978 3 

George Scott vs. Villanova, 1977 3 

Steve Atkins vs. Duke, 1977 3 

Steve Atkins vs. Syracuse, 1977 3 

Louis Carter vs. Clemson, 1973 3 

Dennis O'Hara vs. Wake Forest, 1969 3 

Dennis Condie vs. Virginia, 1960 3 

Jim Joyce vs. Virginia, 1959 3 

John Forbes vs. Miami, 1958 3 




Steve Atkins rushed for 100 yards in a record 
seven consecutive games in 1978. 



200-Yard Rushing Games - Career 

1. Charlie Wysocki, 1978-81 3 

2. LaMont Jordan, 1997-present 2 

3. 6 players 1 

(last time: Rick Badanjek, 1984) 

200-Yard Rushing Games - Season 

1. LaMont Jordan (Jr.), 1999 2 

Charlie Wysocki (So.), 1979 2 

3. Rick Badanjek (Jr.), 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 

1. Charlie Wysocki (So.), 1979 2 

100-Yard Rushing Games - Career 

Charlie Wysocki, 1978-81 17 

Steve Atkins, 1975-78 15 

LaMont Jordan, 1997-present 14 

Louis Carter, 1972-74 7 

Mark Mason, 1990-93 6 

Willie Joyner, 1980-83 6 

Buddy Rodgers, 1994-97 5 

John Nash, 1973-75 5 

Art Seymore, 1970-72 5 

Ed Modzelewski, 1949-51 5 

Billy Lovett, 1966-68 5 



100-Yard Rushing Games - Season 

1. Charlie Wysocki (Jr.), 1980 8 

Steve Atkins (Sr.), 1978 8 

3. LaMont Jordan (Jr.), 1999 7 

4. LaMont Jordan (So.), 1998 5 

Charlie Wysocki (So.), 1979 5 

6. Charlie Wysocki (Sr.), 1981 4 

John Nash (Jr.), 1981 4 

Louis Carter (Sr.), 1974 4 

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Art Seymore (Jr.), 1970 

Billy Lovett (Sr.), 1968 

Tom Hickey (So.), 1964 

Ed Modzelewski (Sr.), 1951 



13. Buddy Rodgers (So.), 1995 3 

Allen Williams (Sr.), 1994 3 

Mark Mason (Jr.), 1992 3 

Willie Joyner (Sr.), 1983 3 

Willie Joyner (Jr.), 1982 3 

George Scott (Sr.), 1977 3 

Steve Atkins (So.), 1976 3 

Alvin Maddox (Jr.), 1976 3 

Chet Hanulak (Sr.), 1953 3 

Consecutive 100- Yard Rushing Games 

1. Steve Atkins (Sr.), 1978 7 

2. Charlie Wysocki (Jr.), 1980 4 

3. LaMont Jordan (Jr.), 1999 3 

LaMont Jordan (So.), 1998 3 

Charlie Wysocki (So.), 1979 3 

George Scott (So.), 1977 3 

Steve Atkins (So.), 1976 3 



Annual 
Leaders 

Year Player Carries-Yards 

1947 Lu Gambino 125-904 

1948 Hurbert Werner 101-554 

1949 Dick Modzelewski 120-589 

1950 Bob Shemonski 101-560 

1951 Ralph Felton 83-485 

1952 JackScarbath 103-237 

1953 Ralph Felton 100-558 

1954 Ron Waller 66-592 

1955 Ed Vereb 113-642 

1956 Tom Selep 62-315 

1957 Ted Kershner 41-227 

1958 Jim Joyce 97-406 

1959 Jim Joyce 137-567 

1960 Pat Drass 76-297 

1961 Ernie Arizzi 79-375 

1962 Len Chiaverini 156-602 

1963 Jerry Fishman 116-480 

1964 Bo Hickey 182-894 

1965 Ernie Torain 93-370 

1966 Billy Lovett 98-451 

1967 Billy Lovett 137-499 

1968 Billy Lovett 217-963 

1969 Tom Miller 169-629 

1970 Art Seymore 221-981 

1971 Monte Hinkle 117-472 

1972 Louis Carter 119-474 

1973 Louis Carter 218-801 

1974 Louis Carter 224-991 

1975 Steve Atkins 87-491 

1976 Alvin Maddox 141-678 

1977 George Scott 188-894 

1978 Steve Atkins 283-1,261 

1979 Charlie Wysocki 247-1,140 

1980 Charlie Wysocki 334-1,359 

1981 Charlie Wysocki 159-715 

1982 Willie Joyner 177-1,039 

1983 Willie Joyner 198-908 

1984 Rick Badanjek 173-832 

1985 Alvin Blount 171-828 

1986 Alvin Blount 119-517 

1987 Bren Lowery 168-556 

1988 Ricky Johnson 136-635 

1989 Bren Lowery 100-482 

1990 Troy Jackson 176-662 

1991 Mark Mason 82-452 

1992 Mark Mason 96-523 

1993 Mark Mason 158-616 

1994 Allen Williams 129-649 

1995 Buddy Rodgers 158-718 

1996 Brian Underwood 97-449 

1997 LaMont Jordan 159-689 

1998 LaMont Jordan 169-906 

1999 LaMont Jordan 226-1,632 




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Yds. Name (Opponent, Date) 

306 LaMont Jordan (Virginia, 11/20/99) 

240 Willie Joyner (No. Carolina, 10/30/82) 

237 George Scott (Villanova, 11/5/77) 

227 LaMont Jordan (Duke, 10/30/99) 

222 Charlie Wysocki (Louisville, 11/17/79) 

217 Rick Badanjek (Virginia, 11/23/84) 

216 Charlie Wysocki (Duke, 10/25/80) 

215 Steve Atkins (Syracuse, 9/25/76) 

214 Alvin Blount (Clemson, 11/17/84) 

213 Louis Carter (Virginia, 11/23/74) 

202 Charlie Wysocki (Virginia, 11/24/79) 

197 Steve Atkins (Clemson, 11/18/78) 

186 Ralph Felton (NC State, 11/17/51) 

186 Alvin Blount (Virginia, 11/29/85) 

180 Louis Carter (NC State, 10/26/74) 

178 Charlie Wysocki (Clemson, 9/15/79) 

177 LaMont Jordan (Clemson, 10/16/99) 

177 Charlie Wysocki (Villanova, 9/6/80) 

176 Buddy Rodgers (Duke, 10/26/96) 

173 George Scott (Virginia, 10/19/77) 

172 Billy Lovett (No. Carolina, 10/12/68) 

172 Charlie Wysocki (Syracuse, 10/3/81) 

171 George Scott (Richmond, 11/12/77) 

170 Al Thomas (Duke, 10/18/69) 

170 Willie Joyner (Virginia, 11/20/82) 

169 LaMont Jordan (Florida State, 11/13/99) 

169 Steve Atkins (Richmond, 9/11/76) 

167 Mark Mason (West Virginia, 9/19/92) 

164 LaMont Jordan (West Virginia, 9/18/99) 

164 Mark Mason (NC State, 9/12/92) 

163 Allen Williams (West Virginia, 9/17/94) 

162 Steve Atkins (No. Carolina, 9/23/78) 

162 Frank Wycheck (Clemson, 11/14/92) 

161 Charlie Wysocki (Villanova, 9/8/79) 

158 LaMont Jordan (Western Carolina, 9/11/99) 

158 Louis Carter (No. Carolina, 9/28/74) 

156 Art Seymore (NC State, 10/24/70) 

153 Billy Lovett (S. Carolina, 10/19/68) 

153 Steve Atkins (Kentucky, 9/30/78) 

153 Charlie Wysocki (Virginia, 11/21/81) 

152 John Nash (Wake Forest, 10/16/82) 

152 Troy Jackson (Wake Forest, 10/13/90) 

150 Ricky Jennings (Villanova, 11/9/74) 

149 Charlie Wysocki (West Virginia, 9/20/80) 

148 Charlie Wysocki (Virginia, 11/22/80) 

147 LaMont Jordan (North Carolina, 10/23/99) 

144 Charlie Wysocki (Vanderbilt, 9/13/80) 

143 Charlie Wysocki (Duke, 10/24/81) 

142 Steve Atkins (Wake Forest, 10/15/77) 

141 Billy Lovett (West Virginia, 10/15/66) 

140 Billy Lovett (Duke, 10/15/68) 

140 Wayne Wingfield (Wake Forest, 10/20/79) 

140 Rick Badanjek (NC State, 11/19/83) 

139 Dennis O'Hara (Wake Forest, 10/4/69) 

139 Charlie Wysocki (Miss. St., 9/22/79) 

138 Ed Modzelewski (Geo. Washington, 10/6/51) 

138 Alvin Maddox (NC State, 10/9/76) 

138 LaMont Jordan (Temple, 9/26/98) 

136 Ricky Jennings (Virginia, 11/22/75) 

136 Wayne Wingfield (Duke, 10/27/79) 

136 John Nash (Wake Forest, 10/17/81) 

136 LaMont Jordan (No. Carolina, 11/7/98) 

135 Monte Hinkle (Florida. 10/23/71) 




LaMont Jordan had the single-greatest rushing 

day in Maryland history with 306 yards 
against Virginia in the 1999 season finale. 

135 Charlie Wysocki (Penn State, 10/11/80) 

135 LaMont Jordan (Temple, 9/27/97) 

133 Steve Atkins (West Virginia, 9/18/76) 

132 Jack Scarbath (Georgetown, 11/14/50) 

132 Chet Hanulak (Alabama, 11/21/53) 

132 Ed Vereb (Syracuse, 11/22/55) 

132 Alvin Maddox (Clemson, 11/13/76) 

132 Steve Atkins (NC State, 10/7/78) 

132 Charlie Wysocki (NC State, 11/1/80) 

132 LaMont Jordan (Wake Forest, 10/17/98) 

131 Ed Modzelewski (West Virginia, 11/24/51) 

129 Ted Kershner (NC State, 11/22/56) 

129 Tom Hickey (Virginia, 11/21/64) 

129 Alvin Maddox (Kent, 11/13/76) 

128 Tom Hickey (NC State, 10/3/64) 

127 Ed Modzelewski (Navy, 10/10/51) 

127 Art Seymore (West Virginia, 11/28/70) 

127 Louis Carter (Clemson, 11/17/73) 

126 Tom Hickey (Wake Forest, 11/24/64) 

126 Steve Atkins (Virginia, 11/22/75) 

126 LaMont Jordan (NC State, 11/8/97) 

125 Dwayne Fletcher (No. Carolina, 10/17/59) 

125 Alvin Blount (West Virginia, 9/20/86) 

124 Ed Modzelewski (Duke, 10/28/50) 

124 Tom Hickey (Penn State, 10/31/64) 

124 George Scott (Virginia, 11/20/76) 

122 Ralph Donofrio (Clemson, 11/11/67) 

122 Tommy Neal (Duke, 10/27/84) 

120 Willie Joyner (NC State, 11/19/83) 

120 Harold Westley (Wake Forest, 10/19/96) 

119 Len Chiaverini (S. Carolina, 10/27/62) 

118 Tom Selep (Baylor, 10/6/56) 

118 Monte Hinkle (Wake Forest, 10/2/71) 

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Steve Atkins (Louisville, 9/16/78) 
Mark Mason (Pittsburgh, 10/5/91) 
Allen Williams (Florida St., 11/6/93) 
Art Seymore (Villanova, 9/12/70) 
Louis Carter (VMI, 9/23/72) 
Jamie Franklin (Cincinnati, 11/8/75) 
Ron Waller (Missouri, 11/25/54) 
Steve Atkins (Duke, 10/22/77) 
Willie Joyner (Virginia, 10/1/83) 
Mark Mason (Virginia, 11/17/90) 
Chet Hanulak (Georgia, 11/11/52) 
Al Neville (Wake Forest, 10/7/72) 
Randall Jones (Duke, 11/14/98) 
Jim Joyce (Texas, 9/26/59) 
Art Seymore (NC State, 9/18/71) 
Brian Underwood (Temple, 9/27/97) 
Chet Hanulak (Missouri, 9/19/53) 
Alvin Maddox (NC State, 10/1/77) 
Willie Joyner (Syracuse, 10/8/83) 
Tommy Neal (Clemson, 11/17/84) 
Buddy Rodgers (West Virginia, 9/16/95) 
Ralph Felton (Auburn, 9/27/52) 
Ed Vereb (So. Carolina, 11/29/55) 
Billy Lovett (Virginia, 11/23/68) 
Art Seymore (So. Carolina, 10/17/70) 
Willie Joyner (NC State, 9/25/82) 
Louis Carter (NC State, 10/13/73) 
Steve Atkins (Tulane, 9/9/78) 
John Nash (No. Carolina, 10/31/81) 
Bob Shemonski (Virginia Tech, 12/2/50) 
Jerry Fishman (Wake, 10/26/63) 
Dennis Condie (SMU, 9/23/61) 
Ed Fullerton (Navy, 10/18/52) 
Chet Hanulak (Georgia, 10/10/53) 
Buddy Rodgers (Tulane, 9/2/95) 
Charlie Wysocki (Clemson, 11/15/80) 
Buddy Rodgers (Wake Forest, 10/19/96) 
Ricky Jennings (Duke, 11/16/74) 
Jamie Franklin (Virginia, 11/22/75) 
Tim Wilson (Villanova, 10/2/76) 
Rick Johnson (Duke, 10/22/88) 
Steve Atkins (Wake Forest, 10/21/78) 
Tim Whittie (Duke, 10/27/79) 
John Nash (NC State, 9/26/81) 
Rick Badanjek (Wake Forest, 9/29/84) 
Alvin Blount (Virginia, 11/24/84) 
Bren Lowery (Virginia, 11/28/86) 
Bob Shemonski (Virginia Tech, 12/2/50) 
John Nash (Virginia, 11/21/81) 
Mark Mason (Va. Tech, 9/25/93) 
Allen Williams (Georgia Tech, 10/22/94) 
Buddy Rodgers (Duke, 9/23/95) 
Ed Modzelewski (Missouri, 11/3/51) 
Dick Bielski (No. Carolina, 10/16/54) 
Steve Atkins (Syracuse, 10/14/78) 
Tim O'Hare (Virginia, 11/11/78) 
Mark Mason (Penn State, 9/26/92) 
Frank Wycheck (No. Carolina, 10/31/92) 
Louis Carter (Penn St., 11/2/74) 
LaMont Jordan (Georgia Tech, 10/31/98) 
Tom Miller (Duke, 10/18/69) 
Tom Miller (VMI, 10/30/71) 
Allen Williams (Tulane, 10/29/94) 
Charlie Wysocki (Vanderbilt. 9/12/81) 



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Passing 



Passing Recor 



Passing Attempts 

Career-982, Scott Milanovich, 1992-95 
Season-482, John Kaleo, 1992 

Sr.-482, John Kaleo, 1992 

Jr.-353, Dan Henning, 1986 

SO.-431, Scott Milanovich, 1993 

Fr.-179, Calvin McCall, 1999 
Game-62, Scott Milanovich vs. Florida St., 1995 

Passing Completions 

Career-650, Scott Milanovich, 1992-95 

Season-286, John Kaleo, 1992 
Sr.-286, John Kaleo, 1992 
Jr.-229, Scott Milanovich, 1994 
SO.-279, Scott Milanovich, 1993 
Fr.-93, Calvin McCall, 1999 

Game-46, Scott Milanovich vs. Florida St., 1995 

Passing Yardage 

Career-7,301, Scott Milanovich, 1992-95 
Season-3,499, Scott Milanovich, 1993 

Sr.-3,392, John Kaleo, 1992 

Jr.-2,725, Dan Henning, 1986 

So.-3,499, Scott Milanovich, 1993 

Fr.-1,264, Calvin McCall, 1999 
Game-498, Scott Milanovich vs. Va. Tech, 1993 



Passing Attempts - Career 

1. Scott Milanovich, 1992-95 982 

2. Boomer Esiason, 1981-83 850 

3. Neil O'Donnell, 1987-89 658 

4. Dan Henning, 1985-87 641 

5. Brian Cummings, 1994-97 594 

6. John Kaleo, 1991-92 537 

7. Dick Shiner, 1961-63 536 

8. Scott Zolak, 1988-90 509 

9. Stan Gelbaugh, 1981-85 454 

10. Al Neville, 1971-73 402 

11. BobAvellini, 1972-74 394 

12. Alan Pastrana, 1965-68 367 

13. Mike Tice, 1977-80 331 

14. Jim Sandwisch, 1988-91 315 

15. Phil Petry, 1964-66 309 

16. Larry Dick, 1973-77 306 

17. Jeff Shugars, 1969-70 289 

18. Mark Manges, 1974-77 287 

19. Jack Scarbath, 1950-52 260 

20. Ken Mastrole, 1996-98 239 

Passing Attempts - Season 

1. John Kaleo (Sr.), 1992 482 

2. Scott Milanovich (So.), 1993 431 

3. Scott Zolak (Sr.), 1990 418 

4. Dan Henning (Jr.), 1986 353 

5. Scott Milanovich (Jr.), 1994 333 

6. Boomer Esiason (Jr.), 1982 314 

7. Stan Gelbaugh (Sr.), 1985 311 

8. Boomer Esiason (Sr.), 1983 294 

9. Jim Sandwisch (Sr.), 1991 291 

10. Dan Henning (Sr.), 1987 287 

11. Neil O'Donnell (Sr.), 1989 280 

12. Neil O'Donnell (Jr.), 1988 267 

13. Brian Cummings (Sr.), 1997 255 



Passing Completion Percentage 

Career (min. 200 att.)-.662, Scott Milanovich 
(650 of 982), 1992-95 

Season (min. 125 att.)-.688, Scott Milanovich 
(229 of 333), 1994 

Sr.-.665, Scott Milanovich (125 of 188), 1995 
Jr.-.688, Scott Milanovich (229 of 333), 1994 
SO.-.647, Scott Milanovich (279 of 431), 1993 
Fr.-.520, Calvin McCall (93 of 179), 1999 

Game (min. 10 att.)-.909, Bob Avellini (10-11) 
vs. Duke, 1974 

Passing Efficiency Rating Points 

Career (min. 200 att.)-140.06, Frank Reich, 1982-84 
Season (min. 125 att.)-147.43, Frank Reich, 1984 
Sr.-147.43, Frank Reich, 1984 
Jr.-143.57, Scott Milanovich, 1994 
So.-144.48, Scott Milanovich, 1993 
Fr.-117.10, Calvin McCall, 1999 

Passing Touchdowns 

Career-49, Scott Milanovich, 1992-95 
Season-26, Scott Milanovich, 1993 

Sr.-17, John Kaleo, 1992 

Jr.-20, Scott Milanovich, 1994 

So.-26, Scott Milanovich, 1993 

Fr.-5, Calvin McCall, 1999 




Scott Milanovich holds or shares 31 Maryland 
passing records, including career marks for 
attempts, completions, yards and completion 
percentage. 



Game-5, Scott Milanovich vs. NC State, 1994; 
Scott Milanovich vs. Wake Forest, 1993; Scott 
Milanovich vs. W. Virginia, 1993; Scott 
Milanovich vs. No. Carolina, 1993; John Kaleo 
vs. Clemson, 1992 

400-Yard Passing Games 

Career-5, Scott Milanovich, 1992-95 
Season-5, Scott Milanovich, 1993 
Consecutive-3, Scott Milanovich, 1993 

300-Yard Passing Games 

Career-10, Scott Milanovich, 1992-95 
Season-5, Scott Milanovich, 1993 
Consecutive-3, Scott Milanovich, 1993 

Passing Interceptions 

Career-35, Scott Milanovich, 1992-95; Dick Shiner, 

1961-63 
Season-22, John Kaleo, 1992 

Longest Touchdown Pass 

92, Stan Lavine to Ed Bolton vs. So. Carolina, 1949 

Longest Non-Scoring Pass 

76, Scott Milanovich to Jermaine Lewis vs. West 
Virginia, 1993 

14. Boomer Esiason (So.), 1981 242 

15. Dick Shiner (Sr.), 1963 222 

16. Al Neville (So.), 1971 204 

17. Dick Shiner (Jr.), 1962 203 

18. Alan Pastrana (Jr.), 1966 195 

19. Tim O'Hare (Sr.), 1978 192 

20. BobAvellini (Sr.), 1974 189 

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 57 

4. John Kaleo vs. NC State, 1992 56 

5. Scott Milanovich vs. Wake Forest, 1993 .... 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 

1. Scott Milanovich, 1992-95 650 

2. Boomer Esiason, 1981-83 461 

3. Neil O'Donnell, 1987-89 387 

4. Dan Henning, 1985-87 353 

5. Brian Cummings, 1994-97 344 

6. John Kaleo, 1991-92 305 

7. Dick Shiner, 1961-63 287 

8. Scott Zolak, 1988-90 270 

9. Stan Gelbaugh, 1981-85 251 

10. BobAvellini, 1972-74 231 

11. Al Neville, 1971-73 217 

12. Alan Pastrana, 1965-68 183 

13. Larry Dick, 1973-77 180 

14. Mike Tice, 1977-80 166 

15. Mark Manges, 1974-77 155 



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Passing 

16. Jim Sandwisch, 1988-91 154 

17. Phil Petry. 1964-66 141 

18. Frank Reich, 1982-84 132 

19. Dale Betty. 1958-60 127 

20. Jack Scarbath, 1950-52 125 

Passing Completions - Season 

1. John Kaleo (Sr.), 1992 286 

2. Scott Milanovich (So.), 1993 279 

3. Scott Milanovich (Jr.), 1994 229 

4. Scott Zolak (Sr.), 1990 225 

5. Dan Henning (Jr.), 1986 196 

6. Boomer Esiason (Jr.), 1982 176 

7. Stan Gelbaugh (Sr.), 1985 166 

8. Boomer Esiason (Sr.), 1983 163 

9. Neil O'Donnell (Jr.), 1988 160 

10. Dan Henning (Sr.), 1987 157 

11. Neil O'Donnell (Sr.), 1989 156 

12. Brian Cummings (Sr.), 1997 154 

13. Jim Sandwisch (Sr.), 1991 142 

14. Scott Milanovich (Sr.). 1995 125 

15. Boomer Esiason (So.), 1981 122 

16. Dick Shiner (Jr.), 1962 121 

17. Bob Avellini (Sr.), 1974 112 

18. Dick Shiner (Sr.), 1963 108 

Frank Reich (Sr.), 1984 108 

20. Al Neville (So.), 1971 107 

Passing Completions - Game 

1. Scott Milanovich vs. Florida St., 1995 46 

2. Scott Milanovich vs. Wake Forest, 1993 .... 37 

3. Scott Milanovich vs. Syracuse, 1994 35 

Scott Milanovich vs. W. Virginia, 1993 35 

5. Scott Milanovich vs. No. Carolina, 1993 .... 34 

6. Scott Milanovich vs. Wake Forest, 1995 .... 32 

Scott Milanovich vs. Virginia, 1994 32 

Scott Milanovich vs. NC State, 1994 32 

John Kaleo vs. Virginia, 1992 32 

10. John Kaleo vs. No. Carolina, 1992 31 

Passing Yards - Career 

1. Scott Milanovich, 1992-95 7,301 

2. Boomer Esiason, 1981-83 6,259 

3. Neil O'Donnell, 1987-89 4,989 

4. Dan Henning, 1985-87 4,560 

5. Brian Cummings, 1994-97 4,080 

6. John Kaleo, 1991-92 3,660 

7. Stan Gelbaugh, 1981-85 3,659 

8. Dick Shiner, 1961-63 3,410 

9. Bob Avellini, 1972-74 3,222 

10. Scott Zolak, 1988-90 3,124 

11. Larry Dick, 1973-77 2,601 

12. Alan Pastrana, 1965-68 2,552 

13. Al Neville, 1971-73 2,493 

14. Jack Scarbath, 1950-52 2,287 

15. Mark Manges, 1974-77 2,147 

16. Mike Tice, 1977-80 2,052 

17. Frank Reich, 1982-84 1,704 

18. Jim Sandwisch, 1988-91 1.636 

19. Phil Petry, 1964-66 1,625 

20. Jeff Shugars, 1969-70 1,552 




Boomer Esiason is second to Scott Milanovich in 
career passing yards, completions and attempts. 

Passing Yards - Season 

1. Scott Milanovich (So.), 1993 3,499 

2. John Kaleo (Sr.), 1992 3,392 

3. Dan Henning (Jr.), 1986 2,725 

4. Scott Zolak (Sr.), 1990 2,589 

5. Stan Gelbaugh (Sr.), 1985 2,475 

6. Scott Milanovich (Jr.), 1994 2,394 

7. Boomer Esiason (Sr.), 1983 2,322 

8. Boomer Esiason (Jr.), 1982 2,302 

9. Neil O'Donnell (Sr.), 1989 2,103 

10. Neil O'Donnell (Jr.), 1988 1,973 

11. Dan Henning (Sr.), 1987 1,835 

12. Brian Cummings (Sr.), 1997 1,760 

13. Bob Avellini (Sr.), 1974 1,648 

14. Boomer Esiason (So.), 1981 1,635 

15. Jim Sandwisch (Sr.), 1991 1,499 

Alan Pastrana (Jr.), 1966 1,499 

17. Frank Reich (Sr.), 1984 1,446 

18. Tim O'Hare (Sr.), 1978 1,388 

19. Larry Dick (Sr.), 1977 1,351 

20. Dick Shiner (Jr.), 1962 1,324 



Passing Yards - Game 

Milanovich vs. Va. Tech, 1993 498 

Milanovich vs. W. Virginia, 1993 451 

Kaleo vs. Clemson, 1992 418 

Milanovich vs. Wake Forest, 1993 ... 416 

Kaleo vs. Pittsburgh, 1992 415 

Milanovich vs. Duke, 1993 414 

Milanovich vs. No. Carolina, 1993 ...405 

Kaleo vs. Wake Forest, 1992 405 

Milanovich vs. Florida St., 1995 380 

Kaleo vs. Duke, 1992 378 



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400-Yard Passing Games - Career 

1. Scott Milanovich, 1992-95 5 

2. John Kaleo, 1991-92 3 



400-Yard Passing Games - Season 

1. Scott Milanovich (So.), 1993 . ... 5 

2. John Kaleo (Sr.), 1992 

300-Yard Passing Games - Career 

1. Scott Milanovich, 1992-95 10 

2. Dan Henning, 1985-87 5 

3. John Kaleo, 1991-92 4 

4. Stan Gelbaugh, 1981-85 3 

5. Scott Zolak, 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 (Jr.), 1986 4 

4. Scott Milanovich (Jr.), 1994 3 

5. Scott Milanovich (Sr.), 1995 2 

Stan Gelbaugh (Sr.), 1985 2 

Passing Completion Pct. - Career 

Minimum 200 Passing Attempts 

1. Scott Milanovich, 1992-95 662 

2. Frank Reich, 1982-84 629 

3. Larry Dick, 1975-77 5882 

4. Neil O'Donnell, 1987-89 5881 

5. Bob Avellini, 1972-74 586 

6. Dale Betty, 1958-60 583 

7. Brian Cummings, 1994-97 579 

8. John Kaleo, 1991-92 568 

9. Stan Gelbaugh, 1981-85 553 

10. Dan Henning, 1985-87 551 

11. Boomer Esiason, 1981-83 542 

12. Mark Manges, 1974-77 5400 

13. Al Neville, 1971-73 5398 

14. Dick Shiner, 1961-63 535 

15. Scott Zolak, 1988-90 530 

16. Richard Novak, 1959-61 5023 

17. Mike Tice, 1977-80 5015 

18. Alan Pastrana, 1965-68 499 

19. Jim Sandwisch, 1988-91 489 

20. Jack Scarbath, 1950-52 481 

Passing Completion Pct. - Season 

Minimum 125 Passing Attempts 

1. Scott Milanovich (Jr.), 1994 688 

2. Scott Milanovich (Sr.), 1995 665 

3. Scott Milanovich (So.), 1993 647 

4. Frank Reich (Sr.), 1984 639 

5. Dale Betty (Sr.), 1960 621 

6. Larry Dick (Sr.), 1977 615 

7. Brian Cummings (Sr.), 1997 604 

8. Neil O'Donnell (Jr.), 1988 599 

9. Dick Shiner (Jr.), 1962 596 

10. John Kaleo (Sr.), 1992 5933 

11. Bob Avellini (Sr.), 1974 5926 

12. Brian Cummings (So.), 1995 590 

13. Stan Gelbaugh (Jr.), 1984 586 

14. Mark Manges (Jr.), 1976 583 

15. Bob Avellini (So.), 1972 576 

16. Larry Dick (So.), 1975 570 

17. Boomer Esiason (Jr.), 1982 561 

18. Neil O'Donnell (Sr.), 1989 557 

19. Dan Henning (Jr.), 1986 555 

20. Boomer Esiason (Sr.), 1983 554 



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Passing 

Pass Compietion Pct. - Game 

Minimum 10 Passing Attempts 

1. Bob AveUini (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 

8. 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 

3. 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. Bob AveUini, 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 Betty, 1958-60 120.46 

12. Dan Henning, 1985-87 120.01 

13. Alan Pastrana, 1965-68 115.33 

14. John Kaleo, 1991-92 115.05 

15. Al Neville, 1971-73 108.09 

16. Dick Shiner, 1961-63 106.85 

17. MikeTice, 1977-80 104.73 

18. 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. Scott Milanovich (So.), 1993 144.48 

3. Scott Milanovich (Jr.), 1994 143.57 

4. Mark Manges (Jr.), 1976 142.07 

5. Larry Dick (Sr.), 1977 139.99 

6. Bob AveUini (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 131.29 

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 127.14 

16. Brian Cummings (Sr.), 1997 126.60 

17. Brian Cummings (So.), 1995 124.53 

18. John Kaleo (Sr.), 1992 120.96 

19. Calvin McCall (Fr.), 1999 117.10 

20. Dale Betty (Sr.), 1960 115.65 



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Passing Touchdowns - Career 

Scott Milanovich, 1992-95 49 

Boomer Esiason, 1981-83 42 

Neil O'Donnell, 1987-89 26 

Dan Henning, 1985-87 24 

Alan Pastrana, 1965-68 23 

Brian Cummings, 1994-97 22 

Jack Scarbath, 1950-52 22 

Dick Shiner, 1961-63 21 

Stan Gelbaugh, 1981-85 20 

John Kaleo, 1991-92 18 

Al Neville, 1971-73 17 

VicTuryn, 1947-48 16 

Mark Manges, 1974-77 15 

Bob AveUini, 1972-74 15 

Dale Betty, 1958-60 15 

Larry Dick, 1973-77 13 

Scott Zolak, 1988-90 12 

MikeTice, 1977-80 11 

Frank Reich, 1982-84 10 

Richard Novak, 1959-61 10 

Passing Touchdowns - Season 

Scott Milanovich (So.), 1993 26 

Scott Milanovich (Jr.), 1994 20 

Boomer Esiason (Jr.), 1982 18 

John Kaleo (Sr.), 1992 17 

Alan Pastrana (Jr.), 1966 17 

Dan Henning (Jr.), 1986 15 

Stan Gelbaugh (Sr.), 1985 15 

Boomer Esiason (Sr.), 1983 15 

Neil O'Donnell (Jr.), 1988 12 

Mark Manges (Jr.), 1976 11 

Brian Cummings (Sr.), 1997 10 

Scott Zolak (Sr.), 1990 10 

Neil O'Donnell (Sr.), 1989 10 

Al Neville (So.), 1971 10 

Dick Shiner (Sr.), 1963 10 

Jack Scarbath (Sr.), 1952 10 

Vic Turyn (Sr.), 1948 10 

Dan Henning (Sr.), 1987 9 

Frank Reich (Sr.), 1984 9 

Boomer Esiason (So.), 1981 9 

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 4 

Scott Milanovich vs. Tulane, 1994 3 

John Kaleo vs. Pittsburgh, 1992 3 

Neil O'Donnell vs. No. Carolina, 1988 3 

Dan Henning vs. No. Carolina, 1986 3 

Dan Henning vs. Wake Forest, 1986 3 

Stan Gelbaugh vs. Clemson, 1985 3 

Stan Gelbaugh vs. Duke, 1985 3 

Frank Reich vs. Miami, 1984 3 

Boomer Esiason vs. Wake Forest, 1983 3 

Alan Pastrana vs. Florida St., 1966 3 

Alan Pastrana vs. Wake Forest, 1966 3 

Jack Scarbath vs. LSU, 1952 3 



Year 

1947 
1948 
1949 
1950 
1951 
1952 
1953 
1954 
1955 
1956 
1957 
1958 
1959 
1960 
1961 
1962 
1963 
1964 
1965 
1966 
1967 
1968 
1969 
1970 
1971 
1972 
1973 
1974 
1975 
1976 
1977 
1978 
1979 
1980 
1981 
1982 
1983 
1984 
1985 
1986 
1987 
1988 
1989 
1990 
1991 
1992 
1993 
1994 
1995 
1996 
1997 
1998 
1999 



Annual 
Leaders 



Player 

Vic Turyn 

Vic Turyn 

Stan Lavine 

Jack Scarbath 

Jack Scarbath 

Jack Scarbath 

Bernie Faloney ..., 

Charlie Boxold 

Frank Tamburello . 

John Fritsch 

Bob Rusevlyan .... 
Bob Rusevlyan .... 

Dale Betty 

Dale Betty 

Dick Shiner 

Dick Shiner 

Dick Shiner 

Phil Petry 

Phil Petry 

Alan Pastrana 

Chuck Drimal 

Alan Pastrana 

Jeff Shugars 

Jeff Shugars 

Al Neville 

Bob AveUini 

Al Neville 

Bob AveUini 

Larry Dick 

Mark Manges 

Larry Dick 

Tim O'Hare 

Mike Tice 

Mike Tice 

Boomer Esiason ... 
Boomer Esiason ... 
Boomer Esiason .., 

Frank Reich 

Stan Gelbaugh .... 

Dan Henning 

Dan Henning 

Neil O'Donnell 

Neil O'Donnell 

Scott Zolak 

Jim Sandwisch .... 

John Kaleo 

Scott Milanovich . 
Scott Milanovich . 
Brian Cummings ., 
Brian Cummings .. 
Brian Cummings .. 

Ken Mastrole 

Calvin McCall 



...A 

..59 

111 

..65 

..80 

..67 

113 

...68 

...59 

..58 

...52 

...58 

109 

...76 

132 

111 



162 
135 



C 

32 
45 
35 
32 
34 
59 
31 
23 
28 
23 
26 
59 
39 
82 
58 



203 121 
.222 108 



73 
65 



195 102 
123 54 



172 
114 
175 



81 
47 
75 



.204 107 
170 98 



..92 
189 
158 
139 
135 



51 
12 
90 
81 
83 



.192 105 

. 154 75 

. 140 71 

.242 122 

.314 176 

. 294 163 

. 169 108 

.311 166 

.353 196 

.287 157 

.267 160 

. 280 156 

.418 225 

.291 142 

.482 286 

.431 279 

.333 229 

. 166 98 

.173 92 

.255 154 

. 131 59 

. 179 93 



Yds. 

504 

595 

554 

463 

675 

1,149 

599 

525 

497 

219 

297 

657 

552 

796 

921 

1,324 

1,165 

809 

763 

1,499 

669 

1,053 

716 

836 

1,275 

1,251 

554 

1,648 

1,190 

1,145 

1,351 

1,388 

897 

928 

1,635 

2,302 

2,322 

1,446 

2,475 

2,725 

1,835 

1,973 

2,103 

2,589 

1,499 

3,392 

3,499 

2,394 

1,193 

1,127 

1,760 

632 

1,264 



TD 

6 
10 
6 
4 
8 
10 
5 
6 
4 

3 
2 
9 
6 
7 
4 
10 
5 
3 
17 
1 
6 
3 
3 
10 
7 
4 
7 
8 
11 
5 
4 
5 
5 
9 

18 

15 

9 

15 

15 

9 

12 

10 

10 

6 

17 

26 

20 

8 

7 

10 

1 

5 




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Total Offense Plays 

Career-1,150, Scott Milanovich, 1992-95 
Season-588, John Kaleo, 1992 

Sr.-588, John Kaleo, 1992 

Jr.-418, Dan Henning, 1986 

SO.-522, Scott Milanovich, 1993 

Fr.-258, Calvin McCall, 1999 

Total Offense Plays - Career 

1. Scott Milanovich, 1992-95 1,150 

2. Boomer Esiason, 1981-83 1,006 

3. Neil O'Donnell, 1987-89 854 

4. Brian Cummings, 1994-97 849 

5. Dick Shiner, 1961-63 790 

6. Charlie Wysocki, 1978-81 769 

7. Dan Henning, 1985-87 759 

8. John Kaleo, 1991-92 655 

9. Steve Atkins, 1975-78 625 

10. LaMont Jordan, 1997-present 600 

11. Scott Zolak, 1988-90 588 

12. Louis Carter, 1972-74 586 

13. Al Neville, 1971-73 566 

14. Rick Badanjek, 1982-85 521 

Mark Manges, 1974-77 521 

16. Alan Pastrana, 1965-68 510 

17. Stan Gelbaugh, 1981-85 504 

18. MikeTice, 1977-80 503 

19. Jack Scarbath, 1950-52 499 

20. Bob Avellini, 1972-74 497 

Total Offense Plays - Season 

1. John Kaleo (Sr.), 1992 588 

2. Scott Milanovich (So.), 1993 522 

3. Scott Zolak (Sr.), 1990 482 

4. Dan Henning (Jr.), 1986 418 

5. Scott Milanovich (Jr.), 1994 383 

6. Boomer Esiason (Jr.), 1982 369 

7. Neil O'Donnell (Jr.), 1988 361 

8. Neil O'Donnell (Sr.), 1989 357 

9. Brian Cummings (Sr.), 1997 355 

10. Jim Sandwisch (Sr.), 1991 354 

11. Stan Gelbaugh (Sr.), 1985 349 

12. Boomer Esiason (Sr.), 1983 341 

13. Dan Henning (Sr.), 1987 340 

14. Charlie Wysocki (Jr.), 1980 334 

15. Dick Shiner (Sr.), 1963 314 

16. Boomer Esiason (So.), 1981 296 

17. Dick Shiner (Jr.), 1962 292 

18. Alan Pastrana (Jr.), 1966 287 

19. Al Neville (So.), 1971 286 

20. Steve Atkins (Sr.), 1978 283 

Total Offense Yards - Career 

1. Scott Milanovich, 1992-95 7,111 

2. Boomer Esiason, 1981-83 6,081 

3. Neil O'Donnell, 1987-89 5,060 

4. Dan Henning, 1985-87 4,463 

5. Brian Cummings, 1994-97 3,889 

6. John Kaleo, 1991-92 3,686 

7. Dick Shiner, 1961-63 3,634 

8. Stan Gelbaugh. 1981-85 3,569 

9. LaMont Jordan, 1997-present 3,370 

10. Charlie Wysocki, 1978-81 3,317 

11. Bob Avellini, 1972-74 3,285 



Total Offense Yards 

Career-7,111, Scott Milanovich, 1992-95 
Season-3,472, John Kaleo, 1992 
Sr.-3,472, John Kaleo, 1992 
Jr.-2,681, Dan Henning, 1986 
So.-3.437, Scott Milanovich, 1993 
Fr.-1,520, Calvin McCall, 1999 







John Kaleo holds the record for total plays and 
total yards in a season, set in 1992. 

12. Steve Atkins, 1975-78 2,971 

13. Mark Manges, 1974-77 2,962 

14. Jack Scarbath, 1950-52 2,938 

15. Scott Zolak, 1988-90 2,875 

16. Al Neville, 1971-73 2,734 

17. Larry Dick, 1973-77 2,498 

18. Louis Carter, 1972-74 2,476 

19. Rick Badanjek, 1982-85 2,417 

20. Alan Pastrana, 1965-68 2,326 

Total Offense Yards - Season 

1. John Kaleo (Sr.), 1992 3,472 

2. Scott Milanovich (So.), 1993 3,437 

3. Dan Henning (Jr.), 1986 2,681 

4. Scott Zolak (Sr.), 1990 2,392 

5. Stan Gelbaugh (Sr.), 1985 2,385 

6. Scott Milanovich (Jr.), 1994 2.332 

7. Boomer Esiason (Sr.), 1983 2,290 

8. Boomer Esiason (Jr.), 1982 2,231 

9. Neil O'Donnell (Jr.), 1988 2,139 

10. Neil O'Donnell (Sr.), 1989 2,059 



Touchdowns Responsible For 

Career-53, Scott Milanovich, 1992-95 
Season-29, Scott Milanovich, 1993 

Sr.-22, John Kaleo, 1992 

Jr.-21, Alan Pastrana, 1966 

So.-29, Scott Milanovich, 1993 

Fr.-9, Rick Badanjek, 1982 

11. Dan Henning (Sr.), 1987 1,782 

12. LaMont Jordan (Jr.), 1999 1,692 

13. Bob Avellini (Sr.), 1974 1,689 

14. Brian Cummings (Sr.), 1997 1,621 

15. Mark Manges (Jr.), 1976 1,593 

16. Boomer Esiason (So.), 1981 1,560 

17. Calvin McCall (Fr.), 1999 1,520 

18. Dick Shiner (Jr.), 1962 1,426 

19. Tim O'Hara (Sr.), 1978 1,421 

20. Jim Sandwisch (Sr.), 1991 1,402 

Touchdowns Responsible For - Career 

1. Scott Milanovich, 1992-95 53 

2. Rick Badanjek, 1982-85 44 

Boomer Esiason, 1981-83 44 

4. Jack Scarbath, 1950-52 35 

5. Dick Shiner, 1961-63 32 

6. Steve Atkins, 1975-78 31 

7. Brian Cummings, 1994-97 30 

Louis Carter, 1972-74 30 

9. Neil O'Donnell, 1987-89 29 

10. Stan Gelbaugh, 1981-85 28 

Alan Pastrana, 1965-68 28 

12. LaMont Jordan, 1997-present 27 

13. Charlie Wysocki, 1978-81 26 

14. Dan Henning, 1985-87 25 

15. John Kaleo, 1991-92 24 

16. Al Neville, 1971-73 23 

17. Ed Modzelewski, 1949-51 21 

18. Buddy Rodgers, 1994-97 20 

Mark Manges, 1974-77 20 

Ed Vereb, 1953-55 20 

Bob Shemonski, 1949-51 20 

Touchdowns Responsible For - Season 

1. Scott Milanovich (So.), 1993 29 

2. John Kaleo (Sr.), 1992 22 

3. Alan Pastrana (Jr.), 1966 21 

4. Scott Milanovich (Jr.), 1994 20 

5. Louis Carter (Jr.), 1973 19 

6. Boomer Esiason (Jr.), 1982 18 

7. LaMont Jordan (Jr.), 1999 17 

Boomer Esiason (Sr.), 1983 17 

9. Dan Henning (Jr.), 1986 16 

Stan Gelbaugh (Sr.), 1985 16 

Ed Vereb (Sr.), 1955 16 

Bob Shemonski, (Jr.), 1950 16 

13. Neil O'Donnell (Jr.), 1988 15 

Rick Badanjek (Jr.), 1984 15 

Jack Scarbath (Jr.), 1951 15 

16. Mark Manges (Jr.), 1976 14 

Al Neville (So.), 1971 14 

Dick Shiner (Sr.), 1963 14 

19. Jack Scarbath (Sr.), 1952 13 

Stan Lavine (Sr.), 1949 13 

Lu Gambino (Sr.), 1947 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 

Jr.-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 

4. Russ Weaver, 1992-94 120 

5. Azizuddin Abdur-Ra'oof, 1984-87 108 

6. Barry Johnson, 1987-90 106 

7. Ferrell Edmunds, 1984-87 101 

8. Marcus Badgett, 1989-92 100 

Frank Russell, 1972-74 100 

10. Greg Hill, 1982-84 97 

11. Mancel Johnson, 1993-96 94 

12. Bren Lowery, 1986-89 89 

13. Vernon Joines, 1985-88 83 

John Tice, 1979-82 83 

15. Russell Davis, 1979-83 82 

16. James Milling, 1984-87 80 

17. Richie Harris, 1988-92 78 

18. Dean Richards, 1975-78 77 

19. Gary Collins, 1959-61 74 

20. Rick Badanjek, 1982-85 69 

Tom Brown, 1960-62 69 

Pass Receptions - Season 

1. Geroy Simon (So.), 1994 77 

2. Marcus Badgett (Sr.), 1992 75 

3. Russ Weaver (Jr.), 1993 69 

4. Jermaine Lewis (Sr.), 1995 66 

5. Frank Wycheck (Fr.), 1990 58 

6. Richie Harris (Sr.), 1992 56 

7. Geroy Simon (Jr.), 1995 54 

8. Jermaine Lewis (So.), 1993 52 

Dan Prunzik (Sr.), 1992 52 

10. Allen Williams (Sr.), 1994 51 

Greg Hill (Sr.), 1984 51 

12. Russ Weaver (Sr.), 1994 47 

Tom Brown (Sr.), 1962 47 

14. Jermaine Lewis (Jr.), 1994 45 

Frank Wycheck (So.), 1991 45 

16. Bren Lowery (So.), 1987 44 

17. Barry Johnson (Jr.), 1989 43 

Darryl Hill (Jr.;, 1963 43 

19. Andrew Carter (Fr.), 1993 41 

20. Azizuddin Abdur-Ra'oof (Sr.), 1987 39 



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 

S0.-8, Dan Bungori, 1971 

Fr.-5, Sean Sullivan, 1983 
Game-3, Jermaine Lewis vs. W. Virginia, 1993; 

James Milling vs. No. Carolina, 1986 





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Jermaine Lewis (left) and Geroy Simon (right) 
rank No. 1 and No. 2 in career 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 

100-Yard Receiving Games 

Career-15, Jermaine Lewis, 1992-95 
Season-5, Marcus Badgett, 1992 
Consecutive-4, Jermaine Lewis, 1994 

Iongest 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 

1. Geroy Simon vs. Florida St., 1995 16 

2. Russ Weaver vs. Wake Forest, 1993 14 

Frank Wycheck vs. Va. Tech, 1990 14 

4. Jermaine Lewis vs. Ga. Tech, 1995 13 

5. Frank Wycheck vs. NC State, 1990 12 

6. Jermaine Lewis vs. NC State, 1995 1 

Allen Williams vs. Syracuse, 1994 1 

Geroy Simon vs. W. Virginia, 1994 1 

Marcus Badgett vs. Wake Forest, 1992 1 

Marcus Badgett vs. Pittsburgh, 1992 1 

John Tice vs. Clemson, 1982 1 

Receiving Yardage - Career 

1. Jermaine Lewis, 1992-95 2,932 

2. Geroy Simon, 1993-96 2,059 

3. Azizuddin Abdur-Ra'oof, 1984-87 1,895 

4. Marcus Badgett, 1989-92 1,748 

5. Barry Johnson, 1987-90 1,721 

Greg Hill, 1982-84 1,721 

7. Ferrell Edmunds, 1984-87 1,641 

8. James Milling, 1984-87 1,446 

9. Russell Davis, 1981-83 1,408 

10. Frank Russell, 1972-74 1,344 

11. Vernon Joines, 1985-88 1,253 

12. Mancel Johnson, 1993-96 1,240 

13. Dean Richards, 1975-78 1,194 

14. Frank Wycheck, 1990-92 1,183 

15. Gary Collins, 1959-61 1,182 

16. Russ Weaver, 1992-94 1,096 

17. Vince Kinney, 1974-77 1,044 

18. Dan Bungori, 1971-73 970 

19. John Tice, 1979-82 949 

20. Dan Prunzik, 1989-92 942 

Receiving Yardage - Season 

1. Marcus Badgett (Sr.), 1992 1,240 

2. Jermaine Lewis (So.), 1993 957 

3. Jermaine Lewis (Sr.), 1995 937 

4. Geroy Simon (So.), 1994 891 

5. Greg Hill (Sr.), 1984 820 

6. Jermaine Lewis (Jr.), 1994 692 

7. Barry Johnson (Jr.), 1989 689 

8. Dan Prunzik (Sr.), 1992 680 



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9. Azizuddin Abdur-Ra'oof (So.), 1985 671 

10. James Milling (Jr.), 1986 650 

11. Barry Johnson (Sr.), 1990 629 

12. Azizuddin Abdur-Ra'oof (Sr.), 1987 617 

13. Russ Weaver (Jr.), 1993 606 

14. Ferrell Edmunds (Sr.), 1987 603 

15. Lloyd Colteryahn (Sr.), 1952 593 

16. Jason Kremus (Sr.), 1993 576 

17. Dean Richards (Sr.), 1978 575 

18. Greg Hill (Jr.), 1983 570 

19. Tom Brown (Sr.), 1962 557 

20. Billy Van Heusen (Jr.), 1966 536 

Receiving Yardage - Game 

1. Marcus Badgett vs. Pittsburgh, 1992 251 

2. Jermaine Lewis vs. No. Carolina, 1993 250 

3. James Milling vs. No. Carolina, 1986 220 

4. Marcus Badgett vs. Duke, 1992 218 

5. Jermaine Lewis vs. Duke, 1995 205 

6. Jermaine Lewis vs. Ga. Tech, 1995 189 

7. Russell Davis vs. Penn State, 1982 188 

8. Marcus Badgett vs. Wake Forest, 1992 187 

9. Marcus Badgett vs. Clemson, 1992 184 

10. Greg Hill vs. Miami, 1984 182 




Marcus Badgett holds the single-game record 
for receiving yards with 251, set against 
Pittsburgh in 1992. 




Billy Van Heusen holds records for yards per 
catch in a career and season. 

Yards Per Catch - Career 

Minimum 35 Receptions 

1. Billy Van Heusen, 1965-67 19.15 

2. Lloyd Colteryahn, 1950-52 18.56 

3. James Milling, 1984-87 18.08 

4. Pete Augsberger, 1948-50 17.76 

5. Greg Hill, 1982-84 17.74 

6. Azizuddin Abdur-Ra'oof, 1984-87 17.55 

7. Marcus Badgett, 1989-92 17.48 

8. Russell Davis, 1981-83 17.17 

9. Bobby Collins, 1964-66 17.11 

10. Jason Kremus, 1990-93 17.00 

11. Chuck White, 1975-77 16.88 

12. Eric Holder, 1982-85 16.78 

13. Jermaine Arrington, 1998-99 16.70 

14. Ferrell Edmunds, 1984-87 16.25 

15. Barry Johnson, 1987-90 16.24 

16. Gary Collins, 1959-61 15.97 

17. Walter White, 1973-74 15.96 

18. Dan Bungori, 1971-73 15.90 

19. Vince Kinney, 1974-77 15.82 

20. Stanley Karnash, 1948-50 15.81 

Yards Per Catch - Season 

Minimum 20 Receptions 

1. Billy Van Heusen (Jr.), 1966 21.44 

2. Greg Hill (Jr.), 1983 21.11 

3. James Milling (Jr.), 1986 19.70 

4. Azizuddin Abdur-Ra'oof (So.), 1985 19.17 

5. Russell Davis (So.), 1981 19.15 

6. Lloyd Colteryahn (Sr.), 1952 18.53 

7. Barry Johnson (Sr.), 1990 18.50 

8. Bobby Collins (Jr.), 1965 18.48 

9. Jermaine Lewis (So.), 1993 18.40 

10. James Milling (Sr.), 1987 18.14 

11. Azizuddin Abdur-Ra'oof (Fr.), 1984 17.52 

12. Ferrell Edmunds (Jr.), 1986 17.50 

13. Chuck White (Jr.), 1976 17.48 

14. Ferrell Edmunds (Sr.), 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. Russell Davis (Jr.), 1982 16.48 

19. Dean Richards (Sr.), 1978 16.43 

20. Walter White (Sr.), 1974 16.30 



Receiving Touchdowns - Career 

1. Jermaine Lewis, 1992-95 .21 

2. Greg Hill, 1982-84 18 

3. Gary Collins, 1959-61 12 

4. Marcus Badgett, 1989-92 11 

Barry Johnson, 1987-90 11 

6. Mancel Jonnson, 1993-96 10 

Geroy Simon, 1993-96 10 

Azizuddin Abdur-Ra'oof, 1984-87 10 

Ferrell Edmunds, 1984-87 10 

Dan Bungori, 1971-73 10 

11. Vernon Joines, 1985-88 9 

Mike Lewis, 1979-82 9 

13. Russell Davis, 1981-83 8 

Chuck White, 1973-77 8 

Walter White, 1973-74 8 

Lou Weidensaul, 1950-52 8 

17. Jason Kremus, 1990-93 7 

James Milling, 1984-87 7 

Sean Sullivan, 1983-86 7 

John Tice, 1979-82 7 

Billy Van Heusen, 1964-66 7 

DarrylHill, 1963-64 7 

Tom Brown, 1960-62 7 

Howie Dare, 1954-57 7 




Greg Hill ranks second in career receiving 
touchdowns with 18. 



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Receiving 

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 

Greg Hill (Jr.), 1983 7 

Greg Hill (So.), 1982 7 

Billy Van Heusen (Jr.), 1966 7 

Darryl Hill (Jr.), 1963 7 

9. Barry Johnson (Jr.), 1989 6 

James Milling (Jr.), 1986 6 

Don Ratliff (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. 17 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 

(last time: Omar Cheeseboro vs. NC State, 1997) 




Dan Bungori hauled in eight touchdown 
receptions in 1971, the most by a sophomore 
and third highest toti in a single season. 





Jermaine Lewis holds records for receiving TDs in 
a game and season, career 200-yard receiving 
games and consecutive 100-yard receiving games. 

200-Yard Receiving Games - Career 

1. Jermaine Lewis, 1992-95 2 

Marcus Badgett, 1989-92 2 

3. James Milling, 1984-87 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, 1989-92 5 

3. Greg Hill, 1982-84 4 

100-Yard Receiving Games - Season 

1. Marcus Badgett (Sr.), 1992 5 

2. Jermaine Lewis (Sr.), 1995 4 

Jermaine Lewis (Jr.), 1994 4 

Jermaine Lewis (So.), 1993 4 

Consecutive 100-Yard Receiving Games 

1. Jermaine Lewis (Jr.), 1994 4 

2. Jermaine Lewis (Sr.), 1995 2 

Jermaine Lewis (Sr.), 1995 2 

Jermaine Lewis (So.), 1993 2 

Marcus Badgett (Sr.), 1992 2 



Annual 
Leaders 

Year Player Rec.-Yds TD 

1947 Elmer Wingate 12-145 3 

1948 Elmer Wingate 9-32 3 

1949 Stan Karnash 16-245 2 

1950 Pete Augsberger 25-422 2 

1951 Lou Weidensaul 18-249 4 

1952 Lloyd Colteryahn 32-593 4 

1953 Chet Hanulak 10-152 

1954 Bill Walker 13-209 1 

1955 Jack Healy 10-182 2 

Howie Dare 10-74 3 

1956 Bill Turner 7-74 

1957 Ed Cooke 14-137 

1958 Ben Scotti 18-282 1 

Ron Shaffer 18-141 1 

1959 Gary Collins 14-350 4 

1960 Gary Collins 30-404 4 

1961 Gary Collins 30-428 4 

1962 Tom Brown 47-557 4 

1963 Darryl Hill 43-516 7 

1964 Dick Absher 22-268 1 

1965 Dick Absher 33-382 1 

1966 Billy Van Heusen 25-536 7 

1967 Rick Carlson 24-309 2 

1968 Bernard Demczuk 23-215 

1969 Roland Merritt 19-499 2 

1970 Don Ratliff 26-242 

1971 Dan Bungori 32-490 8 

Dennis O'Hara 32-423 2 

1972 Don Ratliff 36-515 6 

1973 Frank Russell 39-468 3 

1974 Frank Russell 31-404 

1975 Kim Hoover 38-532 5 

1976 Charlie White 23-402 4 

1977 Eugene Kinney 32-505 

1978 Dean Richards 35-575 1 

1979 Jan Carinci 30-275 1 

1980 Chris Havener 29-436 3 

1981 John Tice 31-353 4 

1982 John Tice 34-396 1 

1983 Russell Davis 29-465 1 

1984 Greg Hill 51-820 4 

1985 Azizuddin Abdur-Ra'oof 35-671 4 

1986 James Milling 33-650 6 

1987 Bren Lowery 44-252 2 

1988 Vernon Joines 29-433 2 

1989 Barry Johnson 43-689 6 

1990 Frank Wycheck 58-509 1 

1991 Frank Wycheck 45-438 1 

1992 Marcus Badgett 75-1,240 9 

1993 Jermaine Lewis 52-957 7 

1994 Geroy Simon 77-891 5 

1995 Jermaine Lewis 66-937 3 

1996 Geroy Simon 35-534 3 

1997 MoisesCruz 29-337 1 

1998 Jermaine Arrington 23-366 1 

1999 Guilian Gary 24-257 



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Most PATs 


Sr.-17, Dan Plocki, 1988; Jess Atkinson, 1984 




Career-308, Jess Atkinson. 1981-84 


Career-128, Jess Atkinson, 1981-84 


Jr.-17, Dale Castro, 1979 






Season-102, LaMont Jordan, 1999; 


Season-39, Jess Atkinson, 1982 


S0.-I6, Jess Atkinson, 1982 






Rick Badanjek, 1984 




Sr.-37, Jess Atkinson, 1984 


Fr.-12, Jess Atkinson, 1981 






Sr.-96, Ed Vereb, 1955; Lu Gambino, 


1947 


Jr.-33, Steve Mike-Mayer, 1973 


Game-5, Dale Castro vs. Mississippi St., 1979 






Jr.- 102, LaMont Jordan, 1999; 




So. -39, Jess Atkinson, 1982 


Consecutive-16, Dale Castro, 1979 






Rick Badanjek, 1984 




Fr.-24, Jess Atkinson, 1981 


Field Goals Attempted 






So.-87, Jess Atkinson, 1982 


Consecutive (Career)-92, Dan Plocki, 1985-88 








Fr.-60, Jess Atkinson, 1981 


Consecutive (Season)-39, Jess Atkinson, 1982 


Career-82, Jess Atkinson, 1981-84 












Season-26, Ed Loncar, 1978 






Most Touchdowns 




Best PAT Percentage 


Sr.-26, Ed Loncar, 1978 






Career-46, Rick Badanjek, 1982-85 
Season-17, LaMont Jordan, 1999 

Sr.-16, Ed Vereb, 1955; Lu Gambino, 
Jr.-17, LaMont Jordan, 1999 
So.-9, Rick Badanjek, 1983 
Fr.-9, Rick Badanjek, 1982 


Career-1.000, Dan Plocki (92 of 92), 1985-88; Dan 
DeArmas (62 of 62), 1989-92 

Season-1.000, Jess Atkinson (39 of 39), 1982; Dan 
Plocki (29 of 29), 1986; Jess Atkinson (28 of 
28), 1983; Dan Plocki (27 of 27), 1988; Dan 
DeArmas (24 of 24), 1989; Dan DeArmas (23 of 


Jr.-24, Steve Mike-Mayer, 1973 
So.-22, Jess Atkinson, 1982; 

Steve Mike-Mayer, 1972 
Fr.-21, Jess Atkinson, 1981 
Game-5, Dan Plocki vs. W. Virginia, 1985; Dale 
Castro vs. Mississippi St., 1979 








23), 1990; Dan Plocki (20 ot 20), 1985; John 


Field Goal Percentage 






Most Two-Point Conversions 


Hanmgan (17 of 17), 1961; Dan Plocki (16 of 
16), 1987; Dan DeArmas (15 of 15), 1991; 
Bernardo Bramson (15 of 15), 1965; Ramon 


Career (min. 20 att.)-.778, Joe O'Donnell (28 of 




Career-5, Rick Badanjek, 1982-85 




36), 1994-96 






Season-3, Rick Badanjek, 1984 




Paredes (13 of 13), 1985 


Season (min. 12 att.)-.850, Jess Atkinson (17 of 




Most Points Kicking 




Sr.-1.000, Dan Plocki (27 of 27), 1988 
Jr.-1.000, Jess Atkinson (28 of 28), 1983 


20), 1984 

Sr.-.850, Jess Atkinson (17 of 20), 1984 






Career-308, Jess Atkinson, 1981-84 




So.-l.000, Jess Atkinson (39 of 39), 1982 


Jr.-.809, Dale Castro (17 of 21), 1979 






Season-88, Jess Atkinson, 1984 




Fr.-1.000, Dan Plocki (20 of 20), 1985 


So.-. 786, Dan Plocki (11 of 14), 1986 






Sr.-88, Jess Atkinson, 1984 






Fr.-.846, Dan Plocki (11 of 13), 1985 






Jr.-80, Brian Kopka, 1999 




Most Field Goals Made 


Game-1.000, Dale Castro (5 of 5) vs. Miss. St. 






So.-87, Jess Atkinson, 1982 


Career-60, Jess Atkinson, 1981-84 


1979 






Fr.-60, Jess Atkinson, 1981 


Season-17, Dan Plocki, 1988; Jess Atkinson, 1984; 
Dale Castro, 1979 


Longest Field Goal 












54, Steve Mike-Mayer vs. Villanova, 1973 






Points Scored - Career 






11. Dan Plocki (Sr.), 1988 


78 




1. Jess Atkinson, 1981-84 


....308 




12. Jess Atkinson (Jr.), 1983 


73 




2. Rick Badanjek, 1982-85 


....286 


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Ed Loncar (Sr.), 1978 


73 




3. Dan Plocki, 1985-88 


....233 


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14. Rick Badanjek (Sr.), 1985 


72 




4. Steve Mike-Mayer, 1972-74 


....203 


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15. Dale Castro (Jr.), 1979 


70 




5. Steve Atkins, 1975-78 


....192 


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16. Steve Mike-Mayer (Jr.), 1973 


69 




6. Brian Kopka, 1997-present 


....168 


17. Mike Sochko (So.), 1975 


67 




7. Louis Carter, 1972-74 


....162 


Suf 


18. Charlie Wysocki (Jr.), 1980 


66 




8. Jermaine Lewis, 1992-95 


....158 


Steve Atkins (Sr.), 1978 


66 




Dan DeArmas, 1988-91 


....158 




Ed Modzelewski (Sr.), 1951 


66 




Charlie Wysocki, 1978-81 

11. LaMont Jordan, 1997-present 


158 
....156 


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Touchdowns Scored - Career 






12. Joe O'Donnell, 1994-96 


....148 




1. Rick Badanjek, 1982-85 


46 




13. Buddy Rodgers, 1994-97 


....136 { 


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2. Steve Atkins, 1975-78 


32 




14. Ed Modzelewski, 1949-51 


....132 


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3. Louis Carter, 1972-74 


27 




15. Dale Castro, 1979-80 


....121 




4. LaMont Jordan, 1997-present 


26 




16. Ed Vereb, 1953-55 


....120 


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Jermaine Lewis, 1992-95 


26 




17. Ed Loncar, 1976-78 


....118 


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Charlie Wysocki, 1978-81 


26 




18. Tommy Neal, 1983-86 


.... 116 


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7. Buddy Rodgers, 1994-97 


22 




19. Mike Sochko, 1975-77 


.... 115 




Ed Modzelewski, 1949-51 

9. Ed Vereb, 1953-55 


22 
20 




Bob Shemonski 


. 1949-51 


....115 










10. Tommy Neal, 1983-86 


19 




Points Scored - Season 




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Bob Shemonski, 1949-51 


19 




1. LaMont Jordan (Jr.), 1999 


.... 102 


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12. Greg Hill, 1981-84 


18 




Rick Badanjek (Jr.), 1984 

3. Bob Shemonski (Jr.), 1950 


102 
97 


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13. Alvin Blount, 1983-86 


17 




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ChetHanulak, 1951-53 


17 




4. Ed Vereb (Sr.), 1955 

Lu Gambino (Sr.), 1947 


96 
96 


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17 




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16. Alvin Maddox, 1975-78 


16 




6. Jess Atkinson (Sr.), 1984 


88 


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17. John Schultz, 1972-75 


15 




7. Jess Atkinson (So.), 1982 


87 




18. Ricky Johnson, 1988-89 


14 




8. Louis Carter (Jr.), 1973 


84 J 


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Tim Wilson, 1972-76 


14 




9. Brian Kopka (Jr.), 1999 


80 s 


corer with 308 points. 


Ralph Felton, 1951-53 


14 




10. Steve Mike-Mayer (Sr.), 1974 


79 











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Rick Badanjek holds the record for most career 
touchdowns, rushing (44) and overall (46). 

Touchdowns Scored - Season 

1. LaMont Jordan (Jr.), 1999 17 

2. Rick Badanjek (Jr.), 1984 16 

Ed Vereb (Sr.), 1955 16 

Bob Shemonski (Jr.), 1950 16 

Lu Gambino (Sr.), 1947 16 

6. Louis Carter (Jr.), 1973 14 

7. Rick Badanjek (Sr.), 1985 12 

8. Charlie Wysocki (Jr.), 1980 11 

Steve Atkins (Sr.), 1978 11 

Ed Modzelewski (Sr.), 1951 11 

11. Jermaine Lewis (Jr.), 1994 9 

Marcus Badgett (Sr.), 1992 9 

Rick Badanjek (So.), 1983 9 

Rick Badanjek (Fr.), 1982 9 

Alvin Maddox (Sr.), 1978 9 

Steve Atkins (Jr.), 1977 9 

John Schuttz (Jr.), 1974 9 

Bernie Faloney (Sr.), 1953 9 

19. Ricky Johnson (Sr.), 1989 8 

Mike Beasley (So.), 1988 8 

Tommy Neal (Sr.), 1986 8 

Alvin Blount (So.), 1984 8 

Charlie Wysocki (So.), 1979 8 

Most Points Kicking - Career 

1. Jess Atkinson, 1981-84 308 

2. Dan Plocki, 1985-88 233 

3. Steve Mike-Mayer, 1972-74 203 

4. Brian Kopka, 1997-present 168 

5. Dan DeArmas, 1988-91 158 

6. Joe O'Donnell, 1994-96 148 

7. Dale Castro, 1979-80 121 

8. Ed Loncar, 1976-78 118 

9. Mike Sochko, 1975-77 115 

10. Bernando Bramson, 196/--66 110 



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Jess Atkinson (Sr.), 1984 88 

Jess Atkinson (So.), 1982 87 

Brian Kopka (Jr.), 1999 80 

Steve Mike-Mayer (Sr.), 1974 79 

Dan Plocki (Sr.), 1988 78 

Jess Atkinson (Jr.), 1983 73 

Ed Loncar (Sr.), 1978 73 

Dale Castro (Jr.), 1979 70 

Steve Mike-Mayer (Jr.), 1973 69 

Mike Sochko (So.), 1975 67 

Most PATs - Career 

Jess Atkinson, 1981-84 128 

Dan Plocki, 1985-88 92 

Steve Mike-Mayer, 1972-74 92 

Brian Kopka, 1997-present 66 

Joe O'Donnell, 1994-96 64 

Don Decker, 1951-53 63 

Bob Dean, 1948-50 63 

Dan DeArmas, 1988-91 62 

Mike Sochko, 1975-77 58 

Bernardo Bramson, 1964-66 56 



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Don Decker (Jr.), 1952 

Ed Loncar (Sr.), 1978 

Steve Mike-Mayer (So.), 1972 

Dan DeArmas (So.), 1989 

Jess Atkinson (Fr.), 1981 

Kambiz Behbahani (Sr.), 1971 
Bernardo Bramson (Sr.), 1966 
Bob Dean (Sr.), 1950 



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Jess Atkinson (So.), 1982 

Jess Atkinson (Sr.), 1984 

Don Decker (So.), 1951 

Steve Mike-Mayer (Sr.), 1974 

Joe O'Donnell (So.), 1994 

Steve Mike-Mayer (Jr.), 1973 

Brian Kopka (Jr.), 1999 32 

Mike Sochko (So.), 1975 31 

Dan Plocki (So.), 1986 29 

Jess Atkinson (Jr.), 1983 28 

Bob Dean (Jr.), 1949 28 

Dan Plocki (Sr.), 1988 27 



Most Field Goals Made - Career 



Jess Atkinson, 1981-84 

Dan Plocki, 1985-88 

Steve Mike-Mayer, 1972-74 .. 
Brian Kopka, 1997-present .. 

Dan DeArmas, 1988-91 

Joe O'Donnell, 1994-96 

Dale Castro, 1979-80 

Ed Loncar, 1976-78 

Mike Sochko, 1975-77 

Bernardo Bramson, 1964-66. 



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Dan Plocki (Sr.), 1988 

Jess Atkinson (Sr.), 1984 

Dale Castro (Jr.), 1979 

Brian Kopka (Jr.), 1999 

Jess Atkinson (So.), 1982 

Ed Loncar (Sr.), 1978 

Jess Atkinson (Jr.), 1983 

Steve Mike-Mayer (Sr.), 1974 

Dan DeArmas (Jr.), 1990 

I. Brian Kopka (So.), 1998 

Jess Atkinson (Fr.), 1981 

Mike Sochko (So.), 1975 

Steve Mike-Mayer (Jr.), 1973 



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Most Fieid Goals Attempted - Career 



Jess Atkinson, 1981-84 82 

Steve Mike-Mayer, 1972-74 71 

Dan Plocki, 1985-88 63 

Brian Kopka, 1997-present 49 

Dan DeArmas, 1988-91 43 

Dale Castro, 1979-80 39 

Bernardo Bramson, 1964-66 39 

Joe O'Donnell, 1994-96 36 

Ed Loncar, 1976-78 35 

MikeSochko. 1975-77 28 



Most Field Goals Attempted - Season 

1. Ed Loncar (Sr.), 1978 26 

2. Steve Mike-Mayer (Sr.), 1974 25 

3. Steve Mike-Mayer (Jr.), 1973 24 

4. Dan Plocki (Sr.), 1988 22 

Jess Atkinson (So.), 1982 22 

Steve Mike-Mayer (So.), 1972 22 

7. Brian Kopka (Jr.), 1999 21 

Jess Atkinson (Fr.), 1981 21 

Dale Castro (Jr.), 1979 21 

Mike Sochko (So.), 1975 21 



Highest Field Goal Pct. - Career 

Minimum 20 Attempts 

1. Joe O'Donnell, 1994-96 778 (28 of 36) 

2. Dan Plocki, 1985-88 746 (47 of 63) 

3. Dan DeArmas, 1988-91 744 (32 of 43) 

4. Jess Atkinson, 1981-84 732 (60 of 82) 

5. Brian Kopka, 1997-present ... .694 (34 of 49) 

6. Dale Castro, 1979-80 692 (27 of 39) 

Highest Field Goal Pct. - Season 

Minimum 12 Attempts 

1. Jess Atkinson (Sr.), 1984 850 (17 of 20) 

2. Dan Plocki (Fr.), 1985) 846 (11 of 13) 

3. Dale Castro (Jr.), 1979 809 (17 of 21) 

4. Jess Atkinson (Jr.), 1983 789 (15 of 19) 

5. Dan Plocki (So.), 1986 786 (11 of 14) 

6. Dan DeArmas (Jr.), 1990 778 (14 of 18) 

7. Dan Plocki (Sr.), 1988 773 (17 of 22) 

8. Brian Kopka (Jr.), 1999 762 (16 of 21) 

9. Joe O'Donnell (Sr.), 1996 733 (11 of 15) 

10. Jess Atkinson (So.), 1982 727 (16 of 22) 




Brian Kopka ranks in the top 10 on all of Maryland's kicking and kick-scoring lists. 



Annual 
Leaders 

Year Player TD XP 2XP 

1947 Lu Gambino 16 

1948 Harry Bonk 5 

1949 Stan Lavine 7 

1950 Bob Shemonski 16 1 

1951 JackScarbath 7 

1952 ChetHanulak 6 

1953 Bernie Faloney 9 

1954 Dick Bielski 6 15 

1955 Ed Vereb 16 

1956 John Fritsch 3 1 

1957 Howie Dare 4 

1958 John Forbes 6 

1959 Jim Joyce 8 

1960 Gary Collins 4 1 

1961 John Hannigan 17 

1962 Tom Brown 6 

1963 Darryl Hill 8 7 

1964 Bernardo Bramson ...0 17 

1965 Bernardo Bramson... 15 

1966 Billy Van Heusen ...J 

1967 Rick Carlson 2 4 

1968 Billy Lovett 8 1 

1969 Paul Fitzpatrick 3 2 

1970 Robert Tucker 3 

Art Seymore 3 

1971 Kambiz Behbahni ....0 24 

1972 Steve Mike-Mayer.... 25 

1973 Louis Carter 14 

1974 Steve Mike-Mayer.... 34 

1975 MikeSochko 31 

1976 Tim Wilson 7 

1977 Steve Atkins 9 

1978 Ed Loncar 25 

1979 Dale Castro 19 

1980 Charlie Wysocki .... 110 

1981 Jess Atkinson 24 

1982 Jess Atkinson 39 

1983 Jess Atkinson 28 

1984 Rick Badanjek 16 3 

1985 Rick Badanjek 12 

1986 Dan Plocki 29 

1987 Bren Lowery 7 

1988 Dan Plocki 27 

1989 Dan DeArmas 24 

1990 Dan DeArmas 23 

1991 Dan DeArmas 15 

1992 David DeArmas 28 

1993 Jermaine Lewis 7 

1994 Joe O'Donnell 33 

1995 Buddy Rodgers 7 2 

Joe O'Donnell 16 

1996 Joe O'Donnell 15 

1997 Buddy Rodgers 5 

Brian Kopka 12 

1998 Brian Kopka 22 

1999 LaMont Jordan 17 



FG Pts. 
96 



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42 
97 
42 
36 
54 
54 



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24 
16 

48 



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38 
55 
44 
36 
42 
28 
50 
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18 

10 54 

10 55 
84 

15 79 
12 67 

42 

54 

16 73 

17 70 
66 

12 60 

16 87 
15 73 

102 

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17 78 
11 57 
14 65 

7 36 

10 58 

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Punt Returns 



Punt Returns 

Career-82, Bob Smith, 1972-74 
Season-40, Bob Smith, 1973 

Sr.-35, Larry Marshall, 1971 

Jr. -40, Bob Smith, 1973 

SO.-35, Guilian Gary, 1999 

Fr.-16, Mike Lewis, 1979 
Game-8, Larry Marshall vs. Villanova, 1971 

Punt Return Yards 

Career-899, Bob Smith, 1972-74 

Punt Returns - Career 

1. Bob Smith, 1972-74 82 

2. Larry Marshall, 1969-71 67 

3. Keeta Covington, 1983-86 60 

4. Steve Trimble, 1976-80 56 

5. Mike Lewis, 1979-82 53 

6. Mike Hopson, 1989-91 51 

7. Guilian Gary, 1998-present 47 

8. Dean Richards, 1975-78 44 

9. Lloyd Burruss, 1976-80 41 

10. Kenny Roy, 1973-76 40 

11. Bren Lowery, 1986-89 38 

12. Jim Davidson, 1959-61 37 

13. Bob Shemonski, 1949-51 36 

14. Kenny Dutton, 1967-69 32 

Fred Cooper, 1964-66 32 

16. Bobby Collins, 1964-66 31 

17. Richie Harris, 1988-92 30 

Joe Petruzzo, 1950-51 30 

19. Rick Badanjek, 1982-85 27 

Ronnie Waller, 1951-54 27 

Punt Returns - Season 

1. Bob Smith (Jr.), 1973 40 

2. Guilian Gary (So.), 1999 35 

Larry Marshall (Sr.), 1971 35 

4. Mike Hopson (So.), 1990 34 

5. Dean Richards (Jr.), 1977 32 

6. Richie Harris (Sr.), 1992 30 

7. Larry Marshall (Jr.), 1970 28 

Bob Shemonski (Jr.), 1950 28 

9. Keeta Covington (So.), 1984 26 

10. Lloyd Burruss (Jr.), 1978 25 

11. Mike Lewis (Jr.), 1981 24 

12. Bob Smith (So.), 1972 23 

13. Steve Trimble (Sr.), 1980 22 

14. Bren Lowery (Sr.), 1989 21 

Kenny Roy (Jr.), 1975 21 

16. Rick Badanjek (So.), 1983 20 

17. Steve Trimble (Jr.), 1979 19 

Kenny Roy (Sr.), 1976 19 

Jim Brechbiel (Sr.), 1975 19 

Bob Smith (Sr.), 1974 19 

Punt Return Yards - Career 

1. Bob Smith, 1972-74 899 

2. Larry Marshall, 1969-71 656 

3. Keeta Covington, 1983-86 528 

4. Bob Shemonski, 1949-51 496 

5. Joe Petruzzo, 1950 51 457 

6. Guilian Gary, 1998-p sent 411 

7. Mike Hopson, 1989-9. 356 



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Season-420, Bob Smith, 1973 


Season (min. 12 returns)-21.23, Joe Petruzzo, 


Sr.-375, Larry Marshall, 1971 


1950 


Jr.-420, Bob Smith, 1973 


Sr.-15.31, Ronnie Waller, 1954 


So.-312, Guilian Gary, 1999 


Jr.-14.57, Bob Shemonski, 1950 


Fr.-136, Orlando Strozier, 1993 


So.-21.23, Joe Petruzzo, 1950 


Game-146, Bob Shemonski vs. NC State, 1950 


Fr.-10.46, Orlando Strozier, 1993 


Yards Per Punt Return 


Punt Returns for Touchdown 


Career (min. 20 returns)-15.23, Joe Petruzzo, 


Career-3, Bob Smith, 1972-74 


1950-51 


Season-2, Bob Smith, 1973 





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8. Ronnie Waller, 1951-54 349 

9. Bren Lowery, 1986-89 334 

10. Steve Trimble, 1976-80 333 

11. Ken Schroy, 1972-74 316 

12. Jim Davidson, 1959-61 296 

13. Jermaine Lewis, 1992-95 288 

14. Tom Brown, 1960-62 287 

15. Dean Richards, 1975-78 286 

16. Kenny Roy, 1973-76 278 

17. Bobby Collins, 1964-66 275 

18. Rick Badanjek, 1982-85 271 

19. Dick Nolan, 1951-53 266 

20. Jim LaRue, 1947-49 262 



Punt Return Yards - Season 

1. Bob Smith (Jr.), 1973 420 

2. Bob Shemonski (Jr.), 1950 408 

3. Larry Marshall (Sr.), 1971 375 

4. Guilian Gary (So.), 1999 312 

5. Bob Smith (So.), 1972 308 

6. Joe Petruzzo (So.), 1950 276 

7. Keeta Covington (So.), 1984 274 

8. Mike Hopson (So.), 1990 240 

9. Rick Badanjek (So.), 1983 223 

10. Bren Lowery (Sr.), 1989 213 

11. Jim Brechbiel (Sr.), 1975 206 

Ken Schroy (Sr.), 1974 206 

13. Ronnie Waller (Sr.), 1954 199 

14. Tom Brown (Jr.), 1961 194 

15. Dean Richards (Jr.), 1977 192 

Larry Marshall (Jr.), 1970 192 

17. Joe Petruzzo (Jr.), 1951 181 

18. Bob Smith (Sr.), 1974 171 

19. Lloyd Burruss (Jr.), 1978 169 

Jim Davidson (Jr.), 1960 169 

Yards Per Punt Return - Career 

Minimum 20 Returns 

1. Joe Petruzzo, 1950-51 15.23 

2. Bob Shemonski, 1949-51 13.78 

3. Ronnie Waller, 1951-54 12.93 

4. Ken Schroy, 1972-74 12.64 

5. John Idzik, 1948-50 12.38 

6. Jermaine Lewis, 1992-95 12.00 

7. Bob Smith, 1972-74 10.96 

8. Jim Brechbiel, 1972-75 10.24 

9. Orlando Strozier, 1993-96 10.042 

10. Rick Badanjek, 1982-85 10.037 

11. Larry Marshall, 1969-71 9.79 

12. Bobby Collins, 1964-66 8.87 

13. Keeta Covington, 1983-86 8.80 

14. Bren Lowery, 1986-89 8.79 

15. Guilian Gary, 1998-present 8.74 

16. Jim Davidson, 1959-61 8.00 

17. Mike Hopson, 1989-91 6.98 

18. Kenny Roy, 1973-76 6.95 

19. Howie Dare, 1954-57 6.90 

20. Darryl Hill, 1963-64 6.86 



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Punt Returns 



Yards Per Punt Return - Season 

Minimum 12 Returns 

1. Joe Petruzzo (So.). 1950 21.23 

2. Ronnie Waller (Sr.), 1954 15.31 

3. Bob Shemonski (Jr.), 1950 14.57 

4. Bob Smith (So.), 1972 13.39 

5. Jermaine Lewis (Sr.), 1995 12.67 

6. Sam Johnson (Jr.), 1979 11.25 

7. Rick Badanjek (So.), 1983 11.15 

8. Jim Brechbiel (Sr.), 1975 10.84 

9. Larry Marshall (Sr.), 1971 10.71 

10. Joe Petruzzo (Jr.), 1951 10.65 

11. Jim Davidson (Jr.), 1960 10.56 

12. Keeta Covington (So.), 1984 10.54 

13. Bob Smith (Jr.), 1973 10.50 

Geroy Simon (Sr.), 1996 10.50 

15. Orlando Strozier (Fr.), 1993 10.46 



16. Bren Lowery (Sr.), 1989 10.14 

17. Fred Cooper (Jr.), 1965 9.25 

18. Bob Smith (Sr.), 1974 9.00 

19. Guilan Gary (So.), 1999 8.91 

20. Bobby Collins (Sr.), 1966 8.89 

Punt Ret. for Touchdown - Career 

1. Bob Smith, 1972-74 3 

2. Jermaine Lewis, 1992-95 2 

Ronnie Waller, 1951-54 2 

Punt Ret. for Touchdown - Season 

1. Bob Smith (Jr.), 1973 2 

2. 14 players 1 

(last time: Jermaine Lewis, 66 vs. NC State, .. 

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Annual 
Leaders 

Year Player No.-Yds Avg. 

1947 Vernon Siebert 8-101 12.62 

1948 James LaRue 9-124 13.77 

1949 James LaRue 8-138 17.25 

1950 Joe Petruzzo 13-276 21.23 

1951 Joe Petruzzo 17-181 10.65 

1952 Bernie Faloney 8-109 13.62 

1953 Chet Hanulak 10-163 16.30 

1954 Ronnie Waller 13-199 15.31 

1955 Ed Vereb 10-81 8.10 

1956 Ted Kershner 9-41 4.55 

1957 Howard Dare 10-49 4.90 

1958 Bob Rusevlyan 3-25 8.33 

1959 Dwayne Fletcher 7-77 11.00 

1960 Jim Davidson 16-169 10.56 

1961 Tom Brown 8-194 24.25 

1962 Kenny Ambrusko 9-167 18.55 

1963 DarrylHill 16-115 7.18 

1964 DarrylHill 6-36 6.00 

1965 Fred Cooper 16-148 9.25 

1966 Bobby Collins 18-160 8.89 

1967 Bob Haley 8-125 15.62 

1968 Kenny Dutton 16-107 6.68 

1969 Tony Greene 14-43 3.07 

1970 Larry Marshall 28-192 6.85 

1971 Larry Marshall 35-375 10.71 

1972 Bob Smith 23-308 13.39 

1973 Ken Schroy 10-108 10.80 

1974 Ken Schroy 11-206 18.72 

1975 Jim Brechbiel 19-206 10.84 

1976 Dean Richards 11-94 8.54 

1977 Dean Richards 32-192 6.00 

1978 Lloyd Burruss 25-169 6.76 

1979 Sam Johnson 12-135 11.25 

1980 Steve Trimble 22-164 7.45 

1981 Mike Lewis 24-151 6.29 

1982 Mike Lewis 13-72 5.53 

1983 Rick Badanjek 20-223 11.15 

1984 Keeta Covington 26-274 10.54 

1985 Keeta Covington 16-103 6.43 

1986 Mike Anderson 8-124 15.50 

1987 Mike Anderson 8-54 6.75 

1988 Bren Lowery 17-121 7.11 

1989 Bren Lowery 21-213 10.14 

1990 Mike Hopson 34-240 7.05 

1991 Mike Hopson 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 12-152 12.67 

1996 Orlando Strozier 8-88 11.00 

1997 Tony Jackson 12-43 3.58 

1998 Guilian Gary 12-99 8.25 

1999 Guilian Gary 35-312 8.91 




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Kickott Returns 



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, Keeta Covington, 1984 
Fr.-16, Andrew Carter, 1993 

Kickoff Return Yaros 

Career-1,520, Keeta Covington, 1983-86 
Season-702, Bren Lowery, 1988 
Sr.-587, Larry Marshall, 1971 
3r.-702, Bren Lowery, 1988 
So.-527, Raphael Wall, 1992 



^Kickoff Return Records 



Fr.-331, Tommy Neal, 1983 
Game-182, Allen Williams vs. Penn State, 1993 

Yards Per Kickoff Return 

Career (min. 20 returns)-26.24, Tom Brown, 

1960-62 
Season (min. 12 returns)-31.00, John Schultz, 

1975 

Sr.-31.00, John Schultz, 1975 

Jr.-24.38, Darryl Hill, 1963 

So.-24.21, Lewis Sanders, 1997 

Fr.-22.07, Tommy Neal, 1983 



Kickoff Returns - Career 

1. Keeta Covington, 1983-86 72 

2. Larry Marshall, 1969-71 65 

3. Bren Lowery, 1986-89 51 

4. Chad Scott, 1995-96 49 

5. Louis Carter, 1972-74 45 

6. Lewis Sanders, 1996-99 39 

7. Doug Lawrence, 1989-92 36 

8. Ricky Johnson, 1988-89 35 

9. Jermaine Stewart, 1993-94 33 

10. Jermaine Lewis, 1992-95 32 

Alvin Thomas, 1968-70 32 

Kenny Dutton, 1967-69 32 

13. Allen Williams, 1968-70 30 

14. Mike Anderson, 1986-89 28 

Tim Quander, 1981-82 28 

16. John King, 1968-69 27 

17. Mark Mason, 1990-93 25 

18. Raphael Wall, 1991-94 24 

Mike Lewis, 1979-82 24 

20. Richard Jennings, 1972-73 23 

Kickoff Returns - Season 

1. Bren Lowery (Jr.), 1988 34 

2. Allen Williams (Jr.), 1993 30 

3. Chad Scott (Jr.), 1995 26 

4. 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 22 

Larry Marshall (Sr.), 1971 22 

Larry Marshall (So.), 1969 22 

15. Larry Marshall (Jr.), 1970 21 

16. Louis Carter (So.), 1972 20 

17. Lewis Sanders (So.), 1997 19 

18. Lewis Sanders (Jr.), 1999 18 

Ricky Johnson (Sr.), 1989 18 

20. Ricky Johnson (Jr.), 1988 17 

John King (Jr.), 1968 17 





Keeta Covington holds the career records for 
most kickoff returns and kickoff return yards. 

Kickoff Return Yards - Career 

1. Keeta Covington, 1983-86 1,520 

2. Larry Marshall, 1969-71 1,507 

3. Bren Lowery, 1986-89 1,091 

4. Chad Scott, 1995-96 1,083 

5. Louis Carter, 1972-74 1,023 

6. Lewis Sanders, 1996-99 956 



Kickoff Returns for Touchdown 

Career-2, Lewis Sanders, 1996-99; Richard 
Jennings, 1972-75; Tom Brown, 1960-62; 
Dennis Condie, 1959-61 

Season-2, Richard Jennings, 1975; Dennis Condie, 
1960 

Longest Kickoff Return for TD 

100, Kenny Ambrusko vs. Navy, 1964; Dick Novak/ 
Dennis Condie vs. Virginia, 1960 (Novak 
returned to the 9-yard line, then lateraled to 
Condie who returned 91 yds. for TD) 

Longest Non-Scoring Kickoff Ret. 

97, Sammy Johnson vs. Vanderbilt, 1980 

7. Doug Lawrence, 1989-92 714 

Tim Quander, 1981-82 714 

9. Ricky Johnson, 1988-89 672 

10. Jermaine Lewis, 1992-95 667 

11. Alvin Thomas, 1968-70 655 

12. John King, 1968-69 649 

13. Kenny Dutton, 1967-69 634 

14. Allen Williams, 1993-94 621 

15. Richard Jennings, 1972-75 569 

16. Jermaine Stewart, 1993-94 566 

17. Tom Brown, 1960-62 551 

18. Raphael Wall, 1991-94 527 

19. Bob Shemonski, 1949-51 521 

20. Mark Mason, 1990-93 500 

Kickoff Return Yards - Season 

1. Bren Lowery (Jr.), 1988 702 

2. Allen Williams (Jr.), 1993 621 

3. Larry Marshall (Sr.), 1971 587 

4. Keeta Covington (Jr.), 1985 556 

5. Chad Scott (Jr.), 1995 549 

6. Chad Scott (Sr.), 1996 534 

7. Tim Quander (Sr.), 1982 530 

8. Raphael Wall (So.), 1992 527 

9. Keeta Covington (Sr.), 1986 485 

10. Lewis Sanders (Jr.), 1999 482 

11. Keeta Covington (So.), 1984 479 

12. Larry Marshall (Jr.), 1970 469 

13. Doug Lawrence (So.), 1990 461 

14. Lewis Sanders (So.), 1997 460 

15. Kenny Dutton (So.), 1967 454 

16. Larry Marshall (So.), 1969 451 

17. Louis Carter (So.), 1972 425 

18. Jermaine Stewart (So.), 1994 410 

19. John Schultz (Sr.), 1975 403 

20. Ricky Johnson (Jr.), 1988 388 

Yards Per Kickoff Ret. - Career 

Minimum 20 Returns 

1. Tom Brown, 1960-62 26.24 

2. Tim Quander, 1981-82 25.50 

3. Bob Shemonski, 1949-51 24.81 

4. Richard Jennings, 1972-75 24.74 

5. Lewis Sanders, 1996-99 24.51 

6. John King, 1968-69 24.04 

7. Larry Marshall, 1969-71 23.18 

8. Louis Carter, 1972-74 22.73 

9. Chad Scott, 1995-96 22.10 



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Bren Lowery holds the record for most kickoff 
returns and yards in a season. 

10. Raphael Walt, 1991-94 21.96 

11. Bren Lowery, 1986-89 21.39 

12. Keeta Covington, 1983-86 21.11 

13. Jermaine Lewis, 1992-95 20.84 

14. Allen Williams, 1993-94 20.70 

15. Alvin Thomas, 1968-70 20.47 

16. Mark Mason, 1990-93 20.00 

17. Doug Lawrence, 1989-92 19.83 

18. Kenny Dutton, 1967-69 19.81 

19. Ricky Johnson, 1988-89 19.20 

20. Ted Kershner, 1956-58 18.09 

Yards Per Kickoff Ret. - Season 

Minimum 12 Returns 

1. John Schultz (Sr.), 1975 31.00 

2. Lewis Sanders (Jr.), 1999 26.78 

3. Larry Marshall (Sr.), 1971 26.68 

4. Darryl Hill (Jr.), 1963 24.38 

5. Lewis Sanders (So.), 1997 24.21 

6. Bren Lowery (Sr.), 1989 23.86 

7. Chad Scott (Sr.), 1996 23.22 

8. Keeta Covington (Jr.), 1985 23.17 

9. Tim Quander (Sr.), 1982 23.04 

10. Ricky Johnson (Jr.), 1988 22.82 

11. John King (Jr.), 1968 22.47 

12. Larry Marshall (Jr.), 1970 22.33 

13. Louis Carter (Jr.), 1973 _ 22.29 

14. Tommy Neal (Fr.), 1983 22.07 

15. Raphael Wall (So.), 1992 21.96 

16. Alvin Thomas (So.), 1968 21.46 

17. Louis Carter (So.), 1972 21.25 



18. Mike Beasley (Fr.), 1987 21.14 

19. Chad Scotl ( lr.), 1995 21.12 

20. Keeta Covington (Sr.), 1986 21.09 

Kickoff Ret. for Toochdown - Career 

1. Lewis Sanders, 1996-99 2 

Rii hard Jennings, 1972-75 2 

Tom Brown, 1960-62 2 

Dennis Condie, 1959-61 2 

Kickoff Ret. for Toochdown - Season 

1. Richard Jennings (Sr.), 1975 2 

Dennis Condie (Jr.), 1960 2 

3. 14 players 1 

(last time: Lewis Sanders, 98 yards 
vs. Western Carolina, 1999) 



John Schultz holds the record for kickoff return 
average in a season, set in 1975. 



Annual 
Leaders 

Year Player No.-Yds Avg. 

1947 Lu Gambino 7-174 24.85 

1948 John Baroni 5-147 29.40 

1949 Vernon Seibert 8-182 22.75 

1950 BobShemonski 10-259 25.90 

1951 BobShemonski 6-126 21.00 

1952 Dick Nolan 6-180 30.00 

1953 Chet Hanulak 6-131 23.50 

1954 Ronnie Waller 4-121 30.25 

1955 Ed Vereb 5-114 22.80 

1956 Ted Kershner 9-161 17.88 

1957 Ted Kershner 8-161 20.12 

1958 Bob Gallagher 5-113 22.60 

1959 Dwayne Fletcher 8-155 19.37 

1960 Dennis Condie 10-352 35.20 

1961 Dennis Condie 9-120 13.33 

1962 Tom Brown 11-284 25.81 

1963 Darryl Hill 13-317 24.38 

1964 Kenny Ambrusko 9-280 31.11 

1965 Bobby Collins 10-270 27.00 

1966 Billy Van Heusen 8-173 21.62 

1967 Kenny Dutton 24-454 18.91 

1968 Kenny Dutton 8-180 22.50 

1969 John King 10-267 26.70 

1970 Larry Marshall 21-469 22.33 

1971 Larry Marshall 22-587 26.68 

1972 Jamie Franklin 11-239 21.72 

1973 Louis Carter 14-312 22.29 

1974 Louis Carter 11-286 26.00 

1975 Richard Jennings 8-297 37.12 

1976 Kenny Roy 12-252 21.00 

1977 Steve Atkins 8-140 17.50 

1978 Steve Atkins 8-228 28.50 

1979 Mike Lewis 10-134 13.40 

1980 Lloyd Burruss 10-161 16.10 

1981 Mike Lewis 14-290 20.71 

1982 Tim Quander 23-530 23.04 

1983 Tommy Neal 15-331 22.07 

1984 Keeta Covington 25-479 19.16 

1985 Keeta Covington 24-556 23.17 

1986 Keeta Covington 23-485 21.09 

1987 Mike Beasley 14-296 21.14 

1988 Ricky Johnson 17-388 22.82 

1989 Bren Lowery 14-334 23.86 

1990 Mark Mason 11-254 23.09 

1991 Doug Lawrence 12-245 20.41 

1992 Jermaine Lewis 10-268 26.80 

1993 Allen Williams 30-621 20.70 

1994 Jermaine Lewis 10-216 21.60 

1995 Chad Scott 26-549 21.12 

1996 Chad Scott 23-534 23.22 

1997 Lewis Sanders 19-460 24.21 

1998 Jermaine Arlington 8-189 23.62 

1999 Lewis Sanders 18-482 26.78 





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Au-Purpose Running AnEMPTS 

Career-788, 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.-186, LaMont Jordan, 1997 

Au-Purpose Running An. - Career 

1. Charlie Wysocki, 1978-81 788 

2. Louis Carter, 1972-74 655 

3. LaMont Jordan, 1997-present 654 

4. Steve Atkins, 1975-78 652 

5. Rick Badanjek, 1982-85 618 

6. Bren Lowery, 1986-89 580 

7. Alvin Blount, 1983-86 498 

8. Willie Joyner, 1980-83 491 

9. Billy Lovett, 1966-68 476 

10. ArtSeymore, 1970-72 467 

11. Mark Mason, 1990-93 461 

12. Buddy Rodgers, 1994-97 431 

13. Alvin Maddox, 1975-78 364 

14. Ed Modzelewski, 1949-51 362 

15. Troy Jackson, 1988-91 359 

16. Alvin Thomas, 1968-70 350 

17. Ricky Johnson, 1988-89 330 

18. Brian Underwood, 1994-97 329 

19. Richard Jennings, 1972-75 319 

20. Tommy Neal, 1983-86 298 

Au-Purpose Running Att. - Season 

1. Charlie Wysocki (Jr.), 1980 338 

2. Steve Atkins (Sr.), 1978 297 

3. LaMont Jordan (Jr.), 1999 285 

4. Charlie Wysocki (So.), 1979 258 

5. Louis Carter (Sr.), 1974 255 

6. Louis Carter (Jr.), 1973 244 

7. Art Seymore (So.), 1970 237 

8. Willie Joyner (Sr.), 1983 221 

9. Billy Lovett (Sr.), 1968 220 

10. Bren Lowery (So.), 1987 212 

11. George Scott (So.), 1977 210 

12. Troy Jackson (Jr.), 1990 200 

13. Willie Joyner (Jr.), 1982 194 

14. Rick Badanjek (Jr.), 1984 193 

Tom Hickey (So.), 1964 193 

16. Alvin Blount (Jr.), 1985 189 

17. LaMont Jordan (Fr.), 1997 186 

18. Mark Mason (Sr.), 1993 185 

19. LaMont Jordan (So.), 1998 183 

Buddy Rodgers (So.), 1995 183 

Au-Purpose Running Yards - Career 

1. Jermaine Lewis, 1992-95 3,950 

2. LaMont Jordan, 1997-present 3,753 

3. Louis Carter, 1972-74 3,704 

4. Bren Lowry, 1986-89 3,665 

5. Steve Atkins, 1975-78 3,535 

6. Charlie Wysocki, 1978-81 3,519 

7. Rick Badanjek, 1982-85 3,406 

8. Alvin Blount, 1983-86 2,885 

9. Mark Mason, 1990-i 2,738 

10. Willie Joyner, 1980-8 2,671 

11. Larry Marshall, 1969- 2,573 



Au-Purpose Running Yards 

Career-3,950, Jermaine Lewis, 1992-95 
Season-1,840, LaMont Jordan, 1999 
Sr.-1,562, Steve Atkins, 1978 
Jr.-1,840, LaMont Jordan, 1999 
So.-l,262, Charlie Wysocki, 1979 
Fr.-920, LaMont Jordan, 1997 




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purpose yards in a career with 3,950. 

12. Geroy Simon, 1993-96 2,490 

13. Tom Brown, 1960-62 2,385 

14. Bob Shemonski, 1949-51 2,336 

15. Chet Hanulak, 1951-53 2,296 

16. Ed Modzelewski, 1949-51 2,194 

17. Ricky Johnson, 1988-89 2,160 

Keeta Covington, 1983-86 2,160 

Billy Lovett, 1966-68 2,160 

20. Richard Jennings, 1972-75 2,139 



Aii-Purpose Yards Per Play 

Career (min. 1,000 yds)-22.29, Lewis Sanders, 1996-99 
Season (min. 600 yds)-21.00, Billy Van Heusen, 1966 

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 

Au-Purpose Running Yards - Season 

1. LaMont Jordan (Jr.), 1999 1,840 

2. Steve Atkins (Sr.), 1978 1,562 

3. Louis Carter (Sr.), 1974 1,498 

4. Bob Shemonski (Jr.), 1950 1,427 

5. Charlie Wysocki (Jr.), 1980 1,383 

6. Bren Lowery (Jr.), 1988 1,315 

7. Charlie Wysocki (So.), 1979 1,262 

8. ArtSeymore (So.), 1970 1,254 

9. Tom Brown (Sr.), 1962 1,242 

10. Marcus Badgett (Sr.), 1992 1,240 

11. Lu Gambino (Sr.), 1947 1,219 

12. Louis Carter (Jr.), 1973 1,212 

13. Ricky Johnson (Jr.), 1988 1,201 

14. Chet Hanulak (Sr.), 1953 1,178 

15. Jermaine Lewis (Sr.), 1995 1,174 

16. Rick Badanjek (So.), 1983 1,154 

Willie Joyner (Jr.), 1982 1,154 

18. Willie Joyner (Sr.), 1983 1,150 

19. George Scott (So.), 1977 1,147 

20. Bren Lowery (Sr.), 1989 1,136 

Au-Purpose Yards Per Play - Career 

Minimum 1,000 Yards 

1. Lewis Sanders, 1996-99 22.29 

2. Chad Scott, 1995-96 19.25 

3. Jermaine Arrington, 1998-99 18.17 

4. Marcus Badgett, 1989-92 17.58 

5. Greg Hill, 1981-84 17.15 

6. James Milling, 1984-87 16.82 

7. Azizuddin Abdur-Ra'oof, 1984-87 16.72 

8. Russell Davis, 1979-83 16.48 

9. Barry Johnson, 1987-90 16.24 

10. Vince Kinney, 1974-77 16.16 

Au-Purpose Yards Per Play - Season 

Minimum 600 Yards 

1. Billy Van Heusen (Jr.), 1966 21.00 

2. Greg Hill (Jr.), 1983 19.97 

3. Jermaine Arrington (Jr.), 1998 18.62 

4. Tom Brown (Jr.), 1961 18.56 

5. Azizuddin Abdur-Ra'oof (So.), 1985 18.54 

6. Barry Johnson (Sr.), 1990 18.50 

7. James Milling (Jr.), 1986 17.92 

8. Russell Davis (So.), 1981 17.79 

9. Lloyd Colteryahn (Sr.), 1952 17.65 

10. Jermaine Lewis (So.), 1993 17.43 

11. Larry Marshall (Sr.), 1971 17.35 

12. Keeta Covington (Jr.), 1985 16.37 

13. Marcus Badgett (Sr.), 1992 16.32 

14. Barry Johnson (Jr.), 1989 16.02 

15. Greg Hill (Sr.), 1984 15.47 

16. Azizuddin Abdur-Ra'oof (Sr.), 1987 15.45 

17. Jermaine Lewis (Fr.), 1992 15.37 

18. Jermaine Lewis (Jr.), 1994 15.34 

19. Keeta Covington (Sr.), 1986 15.21 

20. Keeta Covington (So.), 1984 14.48 



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Punting 



Totai Punts 

Career-268. Dan DeArmas, 1988-91 
Season-90, Dan DeArmas, 1991 
Game-12, Steve Adams vs. Florida. 1981 

Punting Yards 

Career-10.627, Dan DeArmas, 1988-91 
Season-3,615, Dan DeArmas, 1991 



Totai Punts - Career 

1. Dan DeArmas, 1998-91 268 

2. Dale Castro, 1978-80 224 

3. Russ Edwards, 1995-98 221 

4. Darryt Wright, 1984-87 209 

5. Mike Sochko, 1975-77 169 

6. Greg Fries, 1968-70 168 

7. Howard Humphries, 1963-65 142 

8. Scott Milanovich, 1992-95 133 

9. Alan Sadler, 1982-83 132 

10. Gary Collins, 1959-61 113 

Totai Punts - Game 

1. Steve Adams vs. Florida, 1981 12 

2. Dale Castro vs. Penn St., 1979 11 

Dale Castro vs. Kentucky, 1979 11 

Mike Sochko vs. Cincinnati, 1975 ll' 

Greg Fries vs. Syracuse, 1969 11 

Greg Fries vs. Clemson, 1968 11 

7. Russ Edwards vs. Clemson, 1998 10 

Dan DeArmas vs. Penn St., 1991 10 

Dan DeArmas vs. No. Carolina, 1991 10 

Dan DeArmas vs. Ga. Tech, 1991 10 

Dan DeArmas vs. Ga. Tech, 1990 10 

Dale Castro vs. Penn St., 1978 10 

Mike Sochko vs. Penn St., 1977 10 

Punting Yards - Career 

1. Dan DeArmas, 1988-91 10,627 

2. Dale Castro, 1979-80 8,584 

3. Darrell Wright, 1984-87 8,389 

4. Russ Edwards, 1995-98 8,329 

5. Mike Sochko, 1975-77 6,789 

6. Greg Fries, 1968-70 6,696 

7. Scott Milanovich, 1992-95 5,509 

8. Howard Humphries, 1963-65 5,290 

9. Alan Sadler, 1982-83 5,125 

10. Gary Collins, 1959-60 4,205 

Punting Average - Career 

1. Bill Walker, 1953-55 41.8 

2. Scott Milanovich, 1992-95 41.4 

3. Phil Wagenheim, 1973-74 40.7 

4. Duey Graham, 1970 40.4 

5. Mike Sochko, 1975-77 40.2 

6. Darryl Wright, 1984-87 40.1 

7. Greg Fries, 1968-70 39.9 

8. Dan DeArmas, 1988-91 _ 39.7 

9. Billy Van Heusen, 1965-67 39.6 

10. Alan Sadler, 1982-83 38.8 



Punting Average 

Career-41.8, Bill Walker, 1953-55 
Season-43.8, Scott Milanovich, 1993 
Sr.-42.2, Phil Wagenheim, 1974 
Jr.-41.8, Scott Milanovich, 1994 
SO.-43.8, Scott Milanovich, 1993 
Fr.-42.1, Brooks Barnard, 1999 
Game-52.7, Scott Milanovich vs. NC State, 1993 

Longest Punt 

88, John Fritsch vs. Miami, 1956 





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. Brooks Barnard (Fr.), 1999 42.1 

4. Scott Milanovich (Jr.), 1994 41.8 

5. Dan DeArmas (So.), 1989 41.5 

6. Dale Castro (Sr.), 1980 40.9 

7. Mike Sochko (Sr.), 1977 40.8 

8. Darryl Wright (Sr.), 1987 40.6 

9. Mike Sochko (So.), 1975 40.4 

Duey Graham, 1970 40.4 

Punting Average - Game 

1. Scott Milanovich vs. NC State, 1993 52.7 

2. Scott Milanovich vs. Wake Forest, 1993 .. 52.5 

3. Scott Milanovich vs. Clemson, 1994 49.0 

4. Brooks Barnard vs. Duke, 1999 48.8 

5. Bernie Faloney vs. Mississippi, 1952 47.6 

6. Scott Milanovich vs. Virginia, 1993 47.3 

Dan DeArmas vs. Wake Forest, 1990 47.3 

8. Phil Wagenheim vs. Virginia, 1974 46.6 

9. Greg Fries vs. South Carolina, 1968 45.5 

10. Brooks Barnard vs. Florida State, 1999 ...45.0 



Year 

1947 
1948 
1949 
1950 
1951 
1952 
1953 
1954 
1955 
1956 
1957 
1958 
1959 
1960 
1961 
1962 
1963 
1964 
1965 
1966 
1967 
1968 
1969 
1970 
1971 
1972 
|1973 
1974 
1975 
1976 
1977 
1978 
1979 
1980 
1981 
1982 
1983 
1984 
1985 
1986 
1987 
1988 
1989 
1990 
1991 
1992 
1993 
1994 
1995 
1996 
1997 
1998 
1999 



Annual 
Leaders 



Player 

Earl Roth 

Earl Roth 

Earl Roth 

Jack Targarona 

Bernie Faloney 

Bernie Faloney 

Bernie Faloney 

Frank Tamburello ... 

Lynn Beightol 

John Fritsch 

Ed Cooke 

Bob Layman 

Gary Collins 

Gary Collins 

Gary Collins 

Don White 

Howard Humphries. 
Howard Humphries. 
Howard Humphries. 
Billy Van Heusen ... 
Billy Van Heusen ... 

Greg Fries 

Greg Fries 

Duey Graham 

John Petronaci 

Ken Schroy 

Phil Wagenheim 

Phil Wagenheim 

Mike Sochko 

Mike Sochko 

Mike Sochko 

Dale Castro 

Dale Castro 

Dale Castro 

Steve Adams 

Alan Sadler 

Alan Sadler 

Darryl Wright 

Darryl Wright 

Darryl Wright 

Darryl Wright 

Dan DeArmas 

Dan DeArmas 

Dan DeArmas 

Dan DeArmas 

David DeArmas 

Scott Milanovich.... 
Scott Milanovich.... 
Scott Milanovich .... 

Russ Edwards 

Russ Edwards 

Russ Edwards 

Brooks Barnard. 



. No.-Yds 
56-2,090 
49-1,820 
46-1,833 
61-2,213 
...27-911 
29-1,137 
... 19-755 
... 15-519 
...20-701 



27-1 
39-1 
...22 
32-1 
33-1 
48-1 
...22 
43-1 
46-1 
53-2 
46-1 
54-2 
72-2 
72-2 
53-2 
67-2 
48-1 
54-2 
52-2 
57-2 
51-1 



61 
66 

83 

75 

59 

56 

59 

..22 

55-2 

69 

63 

5: 

57 
70 

5 

55 

50 

51-2 

33-1 

73-2 

58-2 

68-2 

42-1 



,020 
,409 

832 
,259 
,156 
,788 
-673 
,517 
,736 
,037 
,839 
,118 
,824 
,832 
,140 
,407 
,836 
,125 
,193 
,303 
,996 
,490 
,372 
,110 
,066 
,298 
,163 
,326 

910 
,153 
,771 
,555 
,882 
,368 
,762 
,615 
,882 
,189 
.132 
,217 
,663 
,204 
,693 
,767 




Avg. 
37.3 
37.1 
39.8 
36.2 
33.7 
39.2 
39.7 
34.6 
35.0 
38.0 
36.1 
37.8 
39.4 
35.0 
37.3 
30.6 
35.3 
37.7 
38.4 
40.0 
39.2 
39.2 
39.3 
40.4 
35.9 
38.3 
39.4 
42.2 
40.4 
39.1 
40.8 
35.9 
37.5 
40.9 
39.0 
38.6 
39.4 
41.4 
39.2 
40.2 
40.6 
36.9 
41.5 
39.5 
40.2 
34.2 
43.8 
41.8 
36.9 
36.5 
38.0 
39.6 
42.1 



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Tackies (since 19691 

Career-481, Eric Wilson, 1981-84 
Season-188, Neal Olkewicz, 1978 

Sr.-188, Neal Olkewicz, 1978 

Jr.-178, Eric Wilson, 1983 

SO.-137, Ratcliff Thomas, 1994 

Fr.-136, Mike Corvino, 1979 

Sacks (since 1969] 

Career-24, Mike Corvino, 1979-82 

Season-13, Mark Duda, 1982; Bruce Palmer, 1978 

Sr.-13, Mark Duda, 1982; Bruce Palmer, 1978 

Jr.-12, Bruce Mesner, 1985 

So.-8, Ernie Salley, 1975 

Tackles - Career 

1. Eric Wilson, 1981-84 481 

2. Chuck Faucette, 1983-86 466 

3. Ratcliff Thomas, 1993-96 424 

4. Eric Barton, 1995-98 417 

5. Mike Jarmolowich, 1989-92 414 

6. Brad Carr, 1974-77 386 

7. Scott Saylor, 1987-89 382 

8. Bruce Palmer, 1976-78 351 

9. Mike Corvino, 1979-82 347 

10. Ted Klaube, 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 Klaube (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. Mike Jarmolowich (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. Mark Duda, 1979-82 19 

Charles Johnson, 1976-78 19 

Bruce Palmer, 1976-78 19 

5. Eric Ogbogu, 1994-97 18.5 

6. Bruce Mesner, 1983-86 18 

Gurnest Brown, 1979-82 18 

8. Joe Campbell, 1973-76 17 

9. Jack Bradford, 1987-90 15 

Ernie Salley, 1974-77 15 



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Interceptions 

Career-17, Tom Brown, 1960-62 
Season-10, Bob Sullivan, 1965 

Sr.-lO, Bob Sullivan, 1965 

Jr.-8, Tom Brown, 1961 

So.-7, Bob Smith, 1972 

Fr.-6, Joe Horning, 1951 
Game-4, Lendell Jones vs. Duke, 1982 

Interception Retorn Yards 

Career-275, Tom Brown, 1960-62 
Season-147, Joe Horning, 1951 

Sr.-133, Cliff Crosby, 1998 

Jr.-112, Bill McFadden, 1981 




Eric Wilson recorded 481 tackles in his career, 
the most of any player in school history. 



So. -140, Frank Tamburello, 1954 
Fr.-147, Joe Horning, 1951 
Game-Ill, Dick Lewis vs. NC State, 1956 

Interceptions Ret. for Touchdown 

Career-2, Bob Haley, 1966-68; Ernie Arizzi, 1961-63 
Season-2, Bob Haley, 1968 

Longest Interception Ret. for TD 

100, Tom Brown vs. Virginia, 1962; Dick Lewis vs. 
NC State, 1956; Joe Horning vs. Missouri, 1951 

Longest Non-Scoring Interception Ret. 

89, Kevin Benson vs. Virginia, 1973 



Sacks - Season 

1. Mark Duda (Sr.), 1982 13 

Bruce Palmer (Sr.), 1978 13 

3. Bruce Mesner (Jr.), 1985 12 

Charles Johnson (Sr.), 1978 12 

Randy White (Sr.), 1974 12 

6. Mike Corvino (Jr.), 1981 11 

Martin Van Horn (Sr.), 1979 11 

8. Gurnest Brown (Jr.), 1981 10 

Jack Bradford (Sr.), 1990 10 

10. Ernie Salley (So.), 1975 8 

Interceptions - Career 

1. Tom Brown, 1960-62 17 

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. Lewis Sanders, 1996-99 10 

Howard Eubanks, 1979-82 10 

Lloyd Burruss, 1976-80 10 

Ralph Lary, 1977-80 10 

Ken Schroy, 1972-74 10 

12. Keeta Covington, 1983-86 9 

Clarence Baldwin, 1981-83 9 

Jim Brechbiel, 1972-75 9 

Wally Stalnaker, 1967-69 9 

Joe Horning, 1951-54 9 

17. Chad Scott, 1995-96 8 

Michael Hollis, 1987-90 8 

J.B. Brown, 1985-88 8 

Bill McFadden, 1979-82 8 

Kenny Roy, 1973-76 8 

Bob Shemonski, 1949-51 8 

Interceptions - Season 

1. Bob Sullivan (Sr.), 1965 10 

2. Tom Brown (Jr.), 1961 8 

3. Clarence Baldwin (Sr.), 1983 7 

Lendell Jones (Jr.), 1982 7 

Ralph Lary (Jr.), 1979 7 

Bob Smith (So.), 1972 7 

7. Lewis Sanders (Jr.), 1999 6 

A.J. Johnson (Jr.), 1995 6 

Keeta Covington (Jr.), 1985 6 

Larry Marshall (Sr.), 1971 6 

Tom Brown (Sr.), 1962 6 



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Bernie Faloney (Sr.), 1953 6 

Joe Horning (Fr.), 1951 6 

14. Cliff Crosby (Sr.). 1998 5 

Chad Scott (Sr.), 1996 5 

Jim Brechbiel (So.), 1973 5 

Tony Greene (Jr.), 1969 5 

Wally Stalnaker (Jr.), 1968 5 

Rodney Breedlove (Jr.), 1958 5 

Ed Fullerton (Jr.), 1951 5 

Jim LaRue (Sr.), 1949 5 

Interception Ret. Yards - Career 

1. Tom Brown, 1960-62 275 

2. Joe Horning, 1951-54 222 

3. Bill McFadden, 1979-82 212 

4. Bernie Faloney, 1950-53 207 

5. Lloyd Burruss, 1976-80 173 

6. Jim LaRue. 1947-49 168 

7. Ernie Arizzi, 1961-63 166 

8. Ken Schroy, 1972-74 165 

9. Frank Tamburelto, 1954-55 161 

10. Ralph Lary, 1977-80 160 

11. Joe Petruzzo, 1950-51 143 

12. J.B. Brown, 1985-88 142 

13. Wally Stalnaker, 1967-69 138 

14. Lewis Sanders, 1996-99 136 

15. Cliff Crosby, 1995-98 133 

16. Larry Marshall, 1969-71 131 

17. Eddie Tomlin, 1988-89 120 

18. Keeta Covington, 1983-86 112 

19. Dickie Lewis, 1956-58 Ill 

20. Mike Muller, 1980-82 110 




Mike Corvino holds the record for sacks in a 
career with 24. 



Interception Ret. Yards - Season 

1. Joe Horning (Fr.), 1951 147 

2. Frank Tamburello (So.), 1954 140 

3. Cliff Crosby (Sr.), 1998 133 

4. Larry Marshall (Sr.), 1971 

5. Tom Brown (Sr.), 1962 122 

6. Eddie Tomlin (Sr.), 1989 120 

7. Bill McFadden (Jr.), 1981 112 

8. Dickie Lewis (So.), 1956 Ill 

9. Jim LaRue (Sr.), 1949 103 

10. Ralph Lary (Jr.), 1979 102 

Joe Petruzzo (So.), 1950 102 

12. Lewis Sanders (So.), 1997 99 

13. Ernie Arizzi (Sr.), 1963 98 

14. Tom Brown (Jr.), 1961 95 

15. Keeta Covington (Jr.), 1985 94 

Lloyd Burruss (So.), 1977 94 

17. Bernie Faloney (Jr.), 1952 90 

18. Kevin Benson (So.), 1973 89 

19. Irvin Smith (Sr.), 1988 86 

20. J.B. Brown (Jr.), 1987 71 

Wally Stalnaker (Jr.), 1968 71 

Annual 
Leaders 

Tackies 

Year Player No.-Yds 

1969 John Dyer 99 

1970 Peter Mattia 113 

1971-73 not available 

1974 Harry Walters 173 

1975 Kevin Benson 149 

1976 Brad Carr 157 

1977 Ted Klaube 186 

1978 Neal Olkewicz 188 

1979 Brian Matera 159 

1980 Joe Wilkins 131 

1981 Mike Muller 107 

1982 Joe Wilkins 119 

1983 Eric Wilson 178 

1984 Eric Wilson 160 

1985 Chuck Faucette 144 

1986 Chuck Faucette 151 

1987 Kevin Walker 172 

1988 Scott Saylor 119 

1989 Glenn Page Ill 

1990 Glenn Page 102 

1991 Mike Jarmolowich 153 

1992 Mike Jarmolowich 110 

1993 Ratcliff Thomas 106 

1994 Ratcliff Thomas 137 

1995 Ratcliff Thomas 103 

1996 Eric Barton 106 

1997 Kendall Ogle 138 

1998 Eric Barton 159 

1999 Marlon Moore 130 





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Leaders 

Interceptions 

Year Player No.-Yds 

1947 John Idzik 5-26 

1948 John Idzik 4-16 

1949 Jim La Rue 5-103 

1950 Bob Shemonski 4-40 

1951 Joe Horning 6-147 

1952 Bernie Faloney 3-90 

Dick Nolan 3-13 

1953 Bernie Faloney 6-67 

1954 Frank Tamburello 4-140 

1955 Ed Vereb 4-38 

Dave Nusz 4-31 

1956 Bob Rusevlyan 3-15 

1957 Howie Dare 4-20 

1958 Rod Breedlove 5-68 

1959 Four players with 2 

1960 Tom Brown 3-58 

1961 Tom Brown 8-95 

1962 Tom Brown 6-122 

1963 Ernie Arizzi 4-98 

1964 Bob Sullivan 3-0 

1965 Bob Sullivan 10-61 

1966 John Hetrick 4-28 

1967 Wally Stalnaker 4-167 

1968 Wally Stalnaker 5-71 

1969 Tony Greene 5-10 

1970 Three players with 2 

1971 Larry Marshall 6-131 

1972 Bob Smith 7-24 

1973 Jim Brechbiel 5-51 

1974 Jim Brechbiel 4-55 

1975 Kenny Roy 4-17 

1976 John Stanford 4-55 

Kenny Roy 4-11 

1977 Lloyd Burruss 3-94 

1978 Lloyd Burruss 3-45 

1979 Ralph Lary 7-102 

1980 Lloyd Burruss 3-34 

Howard Eubanks 3-8 

1981 Lendell Jones 4-15 

Howard Eubanks 4-5 

1982 Lendell Jones 7-48 

1983 Clarence Baldwin 7-5 

1984 Eric Wilson 2-30 

Chuck Faucette 2-11 

1985 Keeta Covington 6-94 

1986 Chuck Faucette 3-25 

Chad Sydnor 3-18 

1987 J.B. Brown 4-71 

1988 Four players with 2 

1989 Eddie Tomlin 3-120 

Michael Hollis 3-16 

1990 Michael Hollis 3-0 

1991 Andre Vaughn 2-30 

1992 Three players with 2 

1993 Orlando Strozier 4-63 

1994 Wade Inge 3-27 

1995 A.J. Johnson 6-46 

1996 Chad Scott 5-14 

1997 Lewis Sanders 4-99 

1998 Cliff Crosby 5-133 

1999 Lewis Sanders 6-37 



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Victories 

Most Wins 

1976 11-1 1953 10-1 

1951 10-0 1955 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 49,385 in five games 

Total Home Attendance 

1983 278,415 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 (11 games) 479 

Game Navy, 1913 76 

(Navy 76, Maryland 0) 

Fewest Points Scored by Opponents 

Season 1953 (10 games) 21 

Most Touchdowns Scored 

Season 1951 (9 games) 52 

Game Washington College, 1927 12 

Most Touchdowns Passing 

Season 1993 (11 games) 27 

Game Wake Forest, 1993 5 

West Virginia, 1993 5 

North Carolina, 1993 5 

Clemson, 1992 5 

Villanova, 1975 5 

Most Touchdowns Passing by Opponents 

Season 1993 (11 games) 23 

1992 (11 games) 23 

Game Florida State, 1993 5 

Most Field Goals Made 

Season 1988 (11 games) 17 

1984 (11 games) 17 

1979 (11 games) 17 

Game Mississippi State, 1979 5 

Most Point after Touchdowns Made 

Season 1982 (11 games) 45 (39 kick, 6 pass) 

Game Virginia, 1975 8 

Duke, 1974 8 

Missouri, 1954 8 

Washington College, 1927 8 



Most Safeties Scored 

Game Villanova, 1974 2 

Georgetown, 1950 2 

Delaware, 1947 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 (11 games) 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) 1,691 

ROSHING 

Most Rushes 

Season 1976 (11 games) 654 

Game Miami, 1958 76 

Most Yards Rushing 

Season 1951 (9 games) 2,921 

Game Virginia, 1975 582 

Fewest Net Rushing Yards 

Game Navy, 1965 -58 

Most Rushing Yards, Opponents 

Season 1993 (11 games) 3,490 

Fewest Rushing Yards, Opponents 

Season 1951 (9 games) 680 

Game UCLA, 1955 -21 

West Virginia, 1951 -21 

Highest Average Per Rush 

Game Virginia Tech, 1950 10.5 

Most First Downs Rushing 

Season 1976 (11 games) 155 

Game Virginia, 1975 28 

Fewest First Downs Rushing 

Game Michigan State, 1944 1 

Syracuse, 1959 1 

Fewest First Downs Rushing, Opponents 

Season 1951 (9 games) 44 

Game Virginia, 1980 

Wake Forest, 1973 

Passing 

Most Yards Gained Passing 

Season 1992 (11 games) 3,628 

Game West Virginia, 1993 471 

Most Passes Attempted 

Season 1992 (11 games) 514 

Game Florida State, 1995 62 



Most Passes Completed 

Season 1992 (11 games) 304 

Game Florida State 1995 46 

Highest Completion Pet. (Min. 10 att.) 

Season 1993 (11 games) 639 

Game NC State, 1995 833 

Most Yards Gained Passing, Opponents 

Season 1992 (11 games) 2,968 

Fewest Yards Gained Passing, Opponents 

Season 1957 (10 games) 731 

Game Clemson, 1956 -1 

Highest Completion Pet., Opponents 

Season 1988 (11 games) 611 

Most Passes Attempted, Opponents 

Season 1981 (11 games) 445 

Game Wake Forest, 1981 67 

Fewest Passes Completed, Opponents 

Season 1956 (10 games) 88 

Game Kentucky, 1956 (of 3) 

Boston University, 1952 (of 6) 

Delaware, 1948 (of 3) 

Michigan State, 1944 (of 0) 

Syracuse, 1939 (of 5) 

Most First Downs Passing 

Season 1992 (11 games) 165 

Game Wake Forest, 1993 19 

Duke, 1993 19 

West Virginia, 1993 19 

Pen n State, 1992 19 

Fewest First Downs Passing 

Season 1956 (10 games) 29 

1951 (10 games) 29 

Game 13 times 

(last time vs. Wake Forest, 1969) 

PONTING 

Most Punts 

Season 1991 (11 games) 90 

Game W. Maryland, 1940 14 

Virginia, 1937 14 

Fewest Punts 

Season 1953 (10 games) 37 

Game Virginia, 1975 

Most Punting Yards 

Season 1991 (11 games) 3,615 

Game Syracuse, 1936 510 

Highest Punting Avg. 

Season 1993 (11 games) 42.8 

Game NC State, 1993 52.7 

Most Punts, Opponents 

Season 1979 (11 games) 94 



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Scoring 



First Downs 

Most Total First Downs 

Season 1992 (11 games) 288 

Game Clemson, 1984 35 

Virginia, 1975 35 

Fewest Total First Downs 

Season 1966 (10 games) 114 

Game Michigan State, 1944 1 

Most Total First Downs, Opponents 

Season 1993 (11 games) 281 

Fewest Total First Downs, Opponents 

Season 1952 (9 games) 88 

Game Wake Forest, 1973 1 

Interceptions 

Most Passes Intercepted 

Season 1951 (10 games, including Sugar Bowl) 38 

1951 (9 regular season games) 34 

Game Georgia, 1951 7 

Most Passes Had Intercepted 

Season 1992 (11 games) 23 

1948 (10 games) 23 

Game Pennsylvania, 1941 6 



Penalties 

Most Penalties 

Season 1985 (11 games) 88 

1982 (11 games) 88 

Game Virginia Tech, 1950 18 

Most Yards Penalized 

Season 1982 (11 games) 851 

Game Duke, 1982 147 

Fewest Penalties 

Season 1967 (9 games) 38 

Game Duke, 1941 

Most Penalties, Opponents 

Season 1992 (11 games) 99 

Game Miami, 1957 15 

Most Penalty Yards, Opponents 

Season 1992 (11 games) 929 

Game Penn State, 1982 136 

Fewest Penalties, Opponents 

Season 1951 (10 games) 31 

Game Six times 

(last time vs. South Carolina, 1953) 



Fewest Penalty Yards, Opponents 

Season 1951 (10 games) 263 

Fumbles 

Most Fumbles 

Season 1950 (10 games) 44 (lost 22) 

Game Georgia Tech, 1952 8 (lost 2) 

Most Fumbles, Opponents 

Season 1971 (11 games) 40 (recovered 22) 

1960 (10 games) 40 (recovered 19) 

Fewest Fumbles 

Season 1991 (11 games) 11 (lost 5) 

Most Fumbles Lost 

Season 1953 (10 games) 24 

Game North Carolina, 1947 6 

Most Fumbles Lost, Opponent 

Season 1970 (11 games) 23 

Game North Carolina, 1960 5 

West Virginia, 1950 5 

Missouri, 1950 (Gator Bowl) 5 



Attendance Records 



Season attendance 


ecords for 


home and overall since 1950. 


Byrd Stadium opened Sept. 30. 1950 before 43,386 fans. 


Total attendance includes bowl gomes. 




Season G 


W-L-T Total Att. 


Average 


Home 


W-L-T 


Home Att. 


Average 


Season G 


W-L-T Total Att. 


Average 


Home 


W-L-T 


Home Att. 


Average 


1950 


10 


7-2-1 


252,205 


25,221 


4 


3-1-0 


98,383 


24,596 


1975 


12 


9-2-1 


535,637 


44,636 


5 


4-1-0 


228,286 


45,657 


1951 


10 


10-0-0 


308,377 


30,838 


5 


5-0-0 


137,838 


27,567 


1976 


12 


11-1-0 


450,672 


37,556 


6 


6-0-0 


254,156 


42,359 


1952 


9 


7-2-0 


283,992 


31,554 


3 


3-0-0 


106,746 


35,582 


1977 


12 


8-4-0 


427,175 


35,597 


6 


4-2-0 


235,746 


39,291 


1953 


11 


10-1-0 


354,797 


32,254 


5 


5-0-0 


155,000 


31,000 


1978 


12 


9-3-0 


468,611 


39,051 


5 


4-1-0 


214,145 


42,829 


1954 


10 


7-2-1 






5 


5-0-0 






1979 


11 


7-4-0 


418,161 


38,015 


6 


5-1-0 


208,037 


34,673 


1955 


11 


10-1-0 


284,500 


25,863 


5 


5-0-0 


135,000 


27,000 


1980 


12 


8-4-0 


456,256 


38,021 


6 


5-1-0 


217,061 


36,177 


1956 


10 


2-7-1 






4 


0-3-1 






1981 


11 


4-6-1 


419,914 


38,174 


4 


2-2-0 


123,500 


30,875 


1957 


10 


5-5-0 


258,201 


25,280 


5 


3-2-0 


119,500 


23,900 


1982 


12 


8-4-0 


508,179 


42,348 


6 


5-1-0 


235,950 


39,325 


1958 


10 


4-6-0 


183,747 


18,374 


3 


1-2-0 


67,000 


22,333 


1983 


12 


8-4-0 


580,656 


48,388 


6 


5-1-0 


278,415 


46,403 


1959 


10 


5-5-0 


259,000 


25,900 


5 


4-1-0 


104,000 


20,800 


1984 


12 


9-3-0 


543,675 


42,306 


4 


2-2-0 


149,100 


37,275 


1960 


10 


6-4-0 


208,126 


20,812 


4 


2-2-0 


95,000 


23,750 


1985 


12 


9-3-0 


627,862 


52,322 


5 


4-1-0 


246,925 


49,385 


1961 


10 


7-3-0 


250,500 


25,050 


5 


4-1-0 


146,000 


29,200 


1986 


11 


5-5-1 


523,654 


47,605 


4 


1-3-0 


175,225 


43,806 


1962 


10 


6-4-0 


274,834 


27,483 


5 


4-1-0 


132,000 


26,400 


1987 


11 


4-7-0 


471,545 


42,867 


4 


3-1-0 


148,500 


37,125 


1963 


10 


3-7-0 


230,650 


23,065 


5 


2-3-0 


132,100 


26,420 


1988 


11 


5-6-0 


468,780 


42,616 


5 


3-2-0 


185,995 


37,199 


1964 


10 


5-5-0 


269,300 


26,930 


5 


3-2-0 


148,500 


29,700 


1989 


11 


3-7-1 


503,959 


45,814 


5 


2-3-0 


169,525 


33,905 


1965 


10 


4-6-0 


270,000 


27,000 


5 


1-4-0 


138,000 


27,600 


1990 


12 


6-5-1 


570,188 


47,516 


4 


3-1-0 


119,064 


29,766 


1966 


10 


4-6-0 


269,263 


26,926 


5 


4-1-0 


198,500 


39,700 


1991 


11 


2-9-0 


467,961 


42,542 


4 


1-3-0 


153,373 


38,343 


1967 


9 


0-9-0 


271,427 


30,158 


4 


0-4-0 


113,500 


28,375 


1992 


11 


3-8-0 


446,067 


40,551 


6 


2-4-0 


168,145 


28,024 


1968 


10 


2-8-0 


255,371 


25,537 


5 


2-3-0 


146,580 


29,316 


1993 


11 


2-9-0 


421,461 


38,355 


5 


1-4-0 


186,773 


37,355 


1969 


10 


3-7-0 


272,256 


27,226 


5 


2-3-0 


120,500 


24,100 


1994 


11 


4-7-0 


434,204 


39,473 


5 


3-2-0 


144,812 


28,962 


1970 


11 


2-9-0 


204,566 


18,597 


6 


1-5-0 


84,927 


14,154 


1995 


11 


6-5-0 


442,449 


40,222 


5 


3-2-0 


210,608 


42,121 


1971 


11 


2-9-0 


327,109 


29,737 


6 


2-4-0 


110,300 


18,383 


1996 


11 


5-6-0 


501,102 


45,554 


6 


4-2-0 


179,835 


29,972 


1972 


11 


5-5-1 


286,162 


26,014 


5 


4-1-0 


121,168 


24,233 


1997 


11 


2-9-0 


347,127 


31,557 


6 


1-5-0 


165,349 


27,558 


1973 


12 


8-4-0 


333,223 


27,768 


6 


4-2-0 


185,023 


30,837 


1998 


11 


3-8-0 


401,470 


36,497 


5 


2-3-0 


141,736 


28,347 


1974 


12 


8-4-0 


445,749 


37.145 


6 


5-1-0 


227,970 


37,995 


1999 


11 


5-6-0 


410,081 


37,280 


6 


3-3-0 


193,275 


32,213 



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Passing 








Total 






Pen 


Year 


G 


FD 


Att. 


Yards 


Avg/Gm 


TDs 


Att. 


Com Int. 


Yards 


Avg/Gm 


TDs 


Att. 


Yards Avg/Gm. 


Fum 


No/Yds 


1947 


10 


— 


423 


2242 


224.2 


— 


128 


53 10 


886 


88.6 


11 


551 


3128 


312.8 


— 


— 


1948 


10 


— 


479 


2351 


235.1 


— 


148 


54 23 


808 


80.8 


12 


627 


3159 


315.9 


— 


— 


1949 


10 


115 


438 


1595 


159.5 


27 


132 


58 


7 


936 


93.6 


9 


570 


2531 


253.1 


26-11 


74/591 


1950 


10 


134 


472 


2112 


211.2 


33 


167 


67 17 


1096 


109.6 


7 


639 


3208 


320.8 


44-22 


75/682 


1951 


9 


155 


494 


2921 


324.6 


40 


120 


51 10 


901 


100.1 


12 


614 


3822 


424.7 


38-24 


57/401.5 


1952 


9 


167 


485 


2079 


231.0 


18 


155 


77 


9 


1316 


146.2 


13 


640 


3395 


377.2 


39-17 


54/424 


1953 


10 


161 


483 


2578 


257.8 


31 


110 


46 10 


1017 


101.7 


12 


593 


3595 


359.5 


39-24 


— 


1954 


10 


149 


425 


2488 


248.8 


31 


111 


44 


8 


901 


90.1 


10 


536 


3329 


332.9 


— 


— 


1955 


10 


143 


516 


1962 


196.2 


21 


112 


48 12 


838 


83.8 


11 


628 


2800 


280.0 


— 


— 


1956 


10 


129 


503 


1577 


157.7 


9 


135 


58 14 


612 


61.2 


2 


638 


2189 


218.9 


31-12 


72/694 


1957 


10 


115 


470 


1417 


141.7 


12 


146 


51 12 


599 


59.9 


5 


616 


2016 


201.6 


18-9 


58/556 


1958 


10 


148 


437 


1360 


136.0 


14 


204 


103 21 


1270 


127.0 


4 


641 


2620 


262.0 


22-12 


58/503 


1959 


10 


144 


474 


1765 


176.5 


13 


185 


81 15 


1120 


112.0 


13 


659 


2885 


288.5 


20-10 


75/652.5 


1960 


10 


141 


392 


1377 


137.7 


16 


182 


105 14 


1078 


107.8 


7 


574 


2455 


245.5 


17-7 


47/478 


1961 


10 


140 


387 


1231 


123.1 


8 


214 


115 17 


1464 


146.4 


12 


601 


2695 


269.5 


29-17 


33/330 


1962 


10 


183 


459 


1589 


158.9 


12 


244 


135 22 


1480 


148.0 


6 


703 


3069 


306.9 


22-11 


40/417 


1963 


10 


160 


455 


1405 


140.5 


20 


249 


113 12 


1246 


124.6 


10 


704 


2651 


265.1 


na-15 


45/405 


1964 


10 


158 


477 


1866 


186.6 


15 


197 


86 10 


941 


94.1 


5 


674 


2807 


280.7 


na-11 


58/524 


1965 


10 


142 


410 


1152 


115.2 


10 


235 


119 16 


1283 


128.3 


6 


645 


2435 


243.5 


na-21 


na/453 


1966 


10 


114 


364 


813 


81.3 


8 


215 


110 16 


1624 


162.4 


17 


579 


2437 


243.7 


na-16 


45/382 


1967 


9 


116 


405 


1087 


120.8 


2 


217 


100 12 


1141 


126.8 


3 


622 


2228 


247.6 


22-12 


38/382 


1968 


10 


175 


534 


1642 


164.2 


13 


218 


97 16 


1296 


129.6 


7 


752 


2938 


293.8 


na-13 


47/491 


1969 


10 


131 


512 


1676 


167.6 


7 


190 


70 14 


1676 


167.6 


7 


702 


2674 


267.4 


31-18 


67/633 


1970 


11 


162 


525 


1542 


140.1 


7 


258 


111 20 


1492 


135.6 


6 


783 


3034 


275.8 


39-27 


67/671 


1971 


11 


193 


511 


1520 


138.1 


14 


285 


145 17 


1748 


158.9 


14 


796 


3268 


297.1 


28-11 


60/607 


1972 


11 


210 


517 


1798 


163.5 


20 


287 


159 20 


1982 


180.2 


10 


804 


3742 


340.2 


31-20 


74/757 


1973 


11 


209 


601 


2215 


201.4 


24 


199 


118 16 


1542 


140.2 


12 


800 


3755 


341.4 


32-17 


64-629 


1974 


11 


210 


572 


2507 


227.9 


30 


252 


144 11 


1977 


179.7 


7 


824 


4484 


407.6 


31-18 


66/677 


1975 


11 


214 


573 


2428 


220.7 


22 


218 


124 


6 


1699 


154.5 


13 


791 


4127 


375.2 


26-16 


70/662 


1976 


11 


234 


654 


2874 


261.3 


24 


157 


90 


8 


1218 


110.7 


12 


811 


4092 


372.6 


23-17 


60/671 


1977 


11 


199 


571 


2040 


185.5 


25 


221 


117 15 


1792 


162.9 


6 


792 


3832 


348.4 


25-13 


73/622 


1978 


11 


207 


580 


2058 


187.1 


21 


232 


126 13 


1618 


147.1 


6 


812 


3676 


334.2 


18-10 


64/563 


1979 


11 


165 


566 


2131 


193.7 


15 


210 


95 13 


1152 


104.7 


6 


776 


3283 


298.5 


23-12 


54/498 


1980 


11 


180 


569 


1934 


175.8 


16 


204 


101 


9 


1316 


119.6 


6 


773 


3250 


295.5 


22-15 


70/656 


1981 


11 


199 


500 


1714 


155.8 


15 


300 


149 10 


1948 


177.1 


11 


800 


3662 


332.9 


25-16 


73/672 


1982 


11 


245 


516 


2241 


203.7 


25 


329 


184 11 


2367 


215.2 


18 


845 


4608 


418.9 


23-9 


88/851 


1983 


11 


246 


471 


1996 


181.5 


18 


332 


185 


9 


2563 


233.0 


16 


803 


4559 


414.5 


22-13 


77/785 


1984 


11 


256 


522 


2308 


209.9 


29 


306 


189 


9 


2602 


236.5 


14 


828 


4910 


446.4 


31-12 


77/663 


1985 


11 


227 


504 


2039 


185.4 


20 


312 


166 14 


2475 


225.0 


15 


816 


4515 


410.4 


26-13 


88/824 


1986 


11 


215 


437 


1497 


136.1 


17 


355 


197 11 


2728 


248.0 


15 


792 


4225 


384.1 


20-14 


84/703 


1987 


11 


194 


396 


977 


88.8 


11 


399 


228 18 


2748 


249.8 


13 


795 


3725 


338.6 


25-15 


71/551 


1988 


11 


211 


481 


1785 


162.3 


17 


290 


172 12 


2101 


191.0 


12 


771 


3886 


353.3 


13-7 


67/575 


1989 


11 


217 


440 


1459 


132.6 


12 


351 


189 


8 


2510 


228.2 


12 


791 


3969 


360.8 


22-13 


74/635 


1990 


11 


208 


390 


1010 


91.8 


13 


441 


238 20 


2774 


252.2 


10 


831 


3784 


344.0 


15-10 


58/443 


1991 


11 


149 


399 


1175 


106.8 


10 


363 


168 19 


1815 


165.0 


7 


762 


2990 


271.8 


11-5 


67/677 


1992 


11 


288 


432 


1503 


136.6 


19 


514 


304 23 


3628 


329.8 


18 


946 


5131 


466.5 


12-3 


66/583 


1993 


11 


271 


381 


1013 


92.1 


9 


473 


302 21 


3823 


347.6 


26 


854 


4836 


439.6 


26-15 


81/675 


1994 


11 


235 


319 


1037 


94.3 


10 


428 


291 13 


3037 


276.1 


23 


747 


4074 


370.4 


19-8 


76/640 


1995 


11 


195 


385 


1079 


98.1 


15 


362 


226 11 


2411 


219.3 


8 


747 


3490 


317.3 


29-13 


57/456 


1996 


11 


158 


477 


1490 


135.5 


13 


267 


129 12 


1485 


135.0 


8 


748 


2975 


270.5 


16-7 


69/608 


1997 


11 


172 


415 


973 


88.5 


9 


280 


164 


8 


1917 


174.3 


10 


695 


2890 


262.7 


16-9 


69/546 


1998 


11 


163 


471 


1773 


161.2 


16 


233 


106 11 


1288 


117.1 


5 


705 


3061 


278.3 


22-13 


77/699 


1999 


11 


179 


492 


2545 


231.4 


22 


240 


116 11 


1580 


143.6 


9 


732 


4125 


375.0 


17-8 


81/653 













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Pen 




Year 


G 


FD 


Att. 


Yards 


Avg/Gm 


TDs 


Att. 


Com 


Int. 


Yards 


Avg/Gm 


TDs 


Att. 


Yards 


\vg/Gm. 


Fum 


No/Yds 




1950 


10 


109 


391 


1015 


101.5 


— 


204 


97 


24 


1084 


108.4 


— 


595 


2099 


209.9 


37-22 


58/448 




1951 


9 


110 


351 


680 


75.0 


— 


290 


119 


9 


1391 


154.0 


— 


641 


2071 


230.1 


22-9 


31/263 




1952 


9 


88 


— 


1053 


117.0 


— 


130 


52 


14 


755 


83.8 


— 


— 


1808 


200.8 


25-15 


40/381 




1953 


10 


106 


362 


849 


84.9 


— 


215 


87 


22 


1093 


109.3 


— 


577 


1942 


194.2 


32-14 


— 




1954 


10 


140 


— 


1343 


134.3 


— 


198 


96 


18 


1130 


113.0 


— 


— 


2473 


247.3 


— 


— 




1955 


10 


100 


— 


761 


76.1 


— 


195 


83 


30 


932 


93.2 


— 


— 


1691 


169.1 


— 


— 




1956 


10 


137 


— 


2022 


202.2 


— 


111 


49 


12 


664 


66.4 


— 


616 


2686 


268.6 


24-13 


75/700 




1957 


10 


123 


500 


1750 


175.0 


— 


113 


53 


10 


731 


73.1 


— 


613 


2481 


248.1 


32-20 


61/505 




1958 


10 


148 


425 


1647 


164.7 


— 


163 


79 


15 


1199 


119.9 


— 


588 


2846 


284.6 


22-11 


35/304 




1959 


10 


164 


485 


1671 


167.1 


— 


174 


90 


15 


1138 


113.8 


— 


659 


2809 


280.9 


24-16 


56/527 




1960 


10 


182 


502 


1822 


182.2 


— 


192 


92 


8 


1107 


110.7 


— 


694 


2929 


292.9 


40-19 


43/492 




1961 


10 


139 


460 


1615 


161.5 


— 


184 


71 


18 


972 


97.2 


— 


644 


2587 


258.7 


23-10 


45/377 




1962 


10 


126 


— 


1262 


126.2 


11 


178 


88 


13 


1035 


103.5 


6 


— 


2297 


229.7 


26-14 


33/295.5 




1963 


10 


139 


456 


1635 


163.5 


— 


172 


80 


7 


997 


99.7 


— 


622 


2402 


240.2 


na-13 


35/328 




1964 


10 


159 


476 


1583 


158.3 


— 


196 


93 


11 


1159 


115.9 


— 


672 


2742 


274.2 


na-19 


44/497 




1965 


10 


167 


488 


1635 


163.5 


— 


201 


94 


23 


1156 


115.6 


— 


689 


2791 


279.1 


na-10 


na/343 




1966 


10 


147 


455 


1531 


153.1 


— 


191 


97 


15 


1231 


123.1 


— 


646 


2762 


276.2 


na-12 


45/490 




1967 


9 


181 


539 


2371 


263.4 


22 


146 


77 


13 


1053 


117.0 


7 


685 


3424 


380.4 


22-11 


45/467 




1968 


10 


222 


529 


2272 


227.2 


31 


273 


141 


14 


1920 


192.0 


9 


802 


4192 


419.2 


na-11 


59/661 




1969 


10 


161 


509 


1921 


192.1 


17 


179 


91 


9 


1921 


192.1 


7 


688 


3114 


311.4 


26-17 


54/514 




1970 


11 


191 


560 


1910 


173.7 


— 


252 


146 


10 


1571 


142.8 


— 


825 


3481 


316.5 


35-23 


56/612 




1971 


11 


204 


538 


2087 


189.7 


— 


223 


112 


15 


1781 


161.9 


— 


761 


3868 


351.6 


40-22 


55/498 




1972 


11 


173 


503 


1413 


128.5 


— 


247 


116 


18 


1653 


150.3 


— 


750 


3166 


287.8 


23-12 


66/685 




1973 


11 


141 


467 


1233 


112.1 


— 


244 


104 


14 


1453 


132.1 


— 


701 


2696 


245.1 


29-21 


66/571 




1974 


11 


145 


527 


1471 


133.7 


5 


201 


90 


13 


1351 


122.8 


6 


728 


2822 


256.6 


30-17 


35/329 




1975 


11 


157 


536 


1704 


154.9 


15 


189 


92 


12 


1045 


95.0 


2 


725 


2749 


249.9 


29-15 


46/477 




1976 


11 


136 


466 


1284 


116.7 


7 


200 


81 


16 


1037 


94.2 


4 


666 


2221 


201.9 


27-17 


56/561 




1977 


11 


170 


549 


1865 


169.5 


9 


203 


95 


10 


1245 


113.2 


9 


752 


3110 


282.7 


26-15 


56/516 




1978 


11 


142 


522 


1516 


137.8 


10 


222 


100 


12 


1302 


118.4 


6 


744 


2818 


256.2 


25-18 


68/602 




1979 


11 


144 


533 


1657 


150.6 


9 


215 


92 


16 


974 


88.5 


6 


748 


2631 


239.2 


30-14 


55/519 




1980 


11 


155 


464 


1307 


118.8 


5 


271 


135 


9 


1528 


138.9 


9 


735 


2835 


257.7 


30-14 


60/576 




1981 


11 


216 


404 


923 


83.9 


4 


445 


265 


19 


2915 


265.0 


18 


849 


3838 


348.9 


31-15 


69/703 




1982 


11 


184 


396 


959 


87.2 


12 


377 


205 


20 


2270 


206.4 


10 


773 


3229 


293.5 


17-11 


66/651 




1983 


11 


226 


486 


1892 


172.0 


13 


341 


178 


11 


2113 


192.1 


15 


827 


4005 


364.1 


18-9 


62/462 




1984 


11 


220 


447 


1671 


151.9 


12 


335 


179 


12 


2230 


202.7 


18 


782 


3901 


354.6 


22-11 


46/337 




1985 


11 


209 


467 


1384 


125.8 


8 


318 


169 


15 


1972 


179.3 


10 


785 


3356 


305.1 


32-21 


53/363 




1986 


11 


242 


457 


1630 


148.2 


13 


384 


215 


13 


2544 


231.3 


13 


841 


4174 


379.5 


15-9 


71/567 




1987 


11 


217 


529 


2104 


191.3 


20 


286 


163 


18 


1993 


181.2 


11 


815 


4097 


372.5 


28-13 


72/600 




1988 


11 


254 


471 


1948 


177.1 


24 


334 


204 


11 


2557 


232.5 


11 


805 


4505 


409.6 


23-12 


64/468 




1989 


11 


227 


525 


2152 


195.6 


17 


287 


150 


15 


1971 


179.2 


13 


812 


4123 


374.8 


18-7 


47/390 




1990 


11 


203 


496 


1597 


145.2 


11 


307 


168 


6 


2180 


198.2 


13 


803 


3777 


343.4 


20-11 


54/430 




1991 


11 


236 


534 


2098 


190.7 


18 


318 


180 


8 


2536 


230.6 


13 


852 


4634 


421.3 


25-15 


60/473 




1992 


11 


259 


464 


2248 


204.4 


25 


367 


198 


8 


2968 


269.8 


23 


831 


5216 


474.2 


18-8 


99/929 




1993 


11 


305 


554 


3490 


317.3 


38 


276 


161 


5 


2593 


235.7 


23 


830 


6083 


553.0 


23-13 


86/672 




1994 


11 


262 


531 


2618 


238.0 


25 


291 


171 


11 


2160 


196.4 


11 


822 


4778 


434.4 


15-7 


73/540 




1995 


11 


225 


459 


1727 


157.0 


20 


338 


192 


13 


2128 


193.5 


8 


797 


3855 


350.5 


25-11 


57/442 




1996 


11 


187 


465 


1549 


140.8 


16 


298 


159 


16 


1971 


179.2 


12 


763 


3520 


320.0 


24-13 


61/535 




1997 


11 


236 


455 


1921 


177.4 


21 


301 


188 


11 


2499 


227.2 


21 


694 


4459 


405.4 


20-14 


78/630 




1998 


11 


209 


446 


1749 


159.0 


13 


319 


172 


13 


2222 


202.0 


17 


765 


3971 


361.0 


15-8 


83/775 




1999 


11 


215 


414 


1390 


126.4 


14 


368 


218 


15 


2722 


247.5 


20 


782 


4112 


373.8 


25-13 


68/561 





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Kickoff Returned for TD 

Maryland - Lewis Sanders (98 yards) vs. W. Carolina, 9-11-99 
Opponent - Dez White (100 yards), Ga. Tech, 10-31-98 

Biocked 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 State, 11-4-95 
Opponent - Darnell Stephens (89 yards), Clemson, 11-15-91 

Interception Returned for TD 

Maryland - Cliff Crosby (52 yards) vs. Duke, 11-14-98 
Opponent - Morocco Brown (30 yards), NC State, 11-8-97 

Fumrle Returned for TD 

Maryland - Tony Okanlawon (21 yards) at NC State, 11-6-99 
Opponent - LeVar Talley (10 yards), Temple, 9-26-98 

Recorded a Safety 

Maryland - vs. Duke, 10-30-99 

(Spencer Romine intentional grounding in endzone) 
Opponent - Florida St., 10-3-98 

(Jamie Wu recovered fumble in endzone) 

Biocked a Punt 

Maryland - Eric Ogbogu vs. Duke, 10-26-96 
Opponent - Malcolm Tatum, at Florida State, 11-13-99 

Blocked a Field Goal 

Maryland - Kris Jenkins vs. Duke, 10-30-99 
Opponent - Antwan Harris, Virginia, 11-20-99 

Blocked a PAT 

Maryland - Johnnie Hicks at Clemson, 10-30-93 
Opponent - Antonio Dingle, Virginia, 9-12-98 

Defensive Shutout 

Maryland - vs. West Virginia (33-0), 9-18-99 
Opponent - Clemson (23-0), 10-10-98 

Player Passed for 6 TDs 

Maryland - none 

Opponent - Chris Weinke (6, 5, 6, 30, 26, 28), at Florida State, 11-13-99 

Player Scored 5 TDs 

Maryland - Bob Shemonski (22 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, 27, 5, 12) vs. NC State, 11-5-94 
Opponent - Chris Weinke (6, 5, 6, 30, 26, 28), at Florida State, 11-13-99 

Player Scored 4 Tds 

Maryland - LaMont Jordan (4 rush, 49 rush, 17 rush, 1 rush) 

vs. Clemson, 10-16-99 
Opponent - Robert Baldwin (3 rush, 1 rush, 11 rush, 34 rush), 

Duke, 9-3-94 

Player Scored 4 Tds Rushing 

Maryland - LaMont Jordan (4, 49, 17, 1) vs. Clemson, 10-16-99 
Opponent - Robert Baldwin (3, 1, 11, 34), Duke, 9-3-94 




Lewis Sanders (left) is the last Terp to return a kickoff for a touchdown. 
Tony Okanlawon (right) is the last Maryland player to return a fumble for 
a score. 

Player Passed for 4 TDs 

Maryland - Scott Milanovich (5, 14, 27, 5, 12) vs. NC State, 11-5-94 
Opponent - Dan Ellis (2, 50, 11, 20), Virginia, 11-20-99 

Player Scored 3 Tds 

Maryland - LaMont Jordan (4 rush, 49 rush, 17 rush, 1 rush) 

vs. Clemson, 10-16-99 
Opponent - Peter Warrick (5 rec, 26 rec, 28 rec), at Florida State, 11-13-99 

Player Scored 3 Tds Rushing 

Maryland - LaMont Jordan (4, 49, 17, 1) vs. Clemson, 10-16-99 
Opponent - Travis Zachery (11, 1, 13), Clemson, 10-16-99 

Player Passed for 3 Tds 

Maryland - Brian Cummings (46, 23, 31) at NC State, 11-8-97 
Opponent - Dan Ellis (2, 50, 11, 20), Virginia, 11-20-99 

Player Scored 3 Tds Receiving 

Maryland - Jermaine Lewis (80, 3, 35) vs. W. Virginia, 9-18-93 
Opponent - Peter Warrick (5, 26, 28), at Florida State, 11-13-99 

Three Players Scored 2 TDs 

Maryland - Jermaine Lewis (5 rec, 27 rec), Mancel Johnson (14 rec, 
12 rec), Geroy Simon (94 KOR, 5 rec) vs. NC State, 11-5-94 

Opponent - Ki-Jana Carter (63 rush, 4 rush, 36 rush), Brian O'Neal 
(4 rush, 1 rush), Bobby Engram (10 rec, 16 rec), Penn St., 10-2-93 

Two Players Scored 2 TDs 

Maryland - LaMont Jordan (11 rush, 6 rush), Matt Kalapinski (2 rush, 

6 rush) vs. No. Carolina, 10-23-99 
Opponent - Peter Warrick (5 rec, 26 rec, 28 rec), Ron Dugans (6 rec, 

6 rec), at Florida State, 11-13-99 

Player Scored 2 Tos Rushing 

Maryland - LaMont Jordan (9, 90) vs. Virginia, 11-20-99 
Opponent - Travis Zachery (11, 1, 13), Clemson, 10-16-99 






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Player Passed for 2 Tos 

Maryland Calvin McCall (1, 8), West Virginia, 9-18-99 
Opponent - Dan Ellis (2, 50, 11, 20), Virginia, 11-20-99 

Player Scored 2 Tos Receiving 

Maryland - Omar Cheeseboro (46, 31) at NC State, 11-8-97 
Opponent - Peter Warrick (5, 26, 28), at Florida State, 11-13-99; 
Ron Dugans (6, 6), at Florida State, 11-13-99 

50-Yd. Field Goal 

Maryland Dan DeArmas (50 yards) vs. Duke, 10-26-91 
Opponent Nelson Welch (52 yards), Clemson, 11-14-92 

45-Yd. Field Goal 

Maryland - Brian Kopka (46 yards) at Virginia, 9-12-98 
Opponent - Matthew Burdick (46 yards), Wake Forest, 10-17-98 

Five Field Goals 

Maryland - Dale Castro (45, 29, 18, 32, 42) vs. Mississippi State, 9-22-79 
Opponent - Sebastian Janikowski (27, 47, 48, 23, 36), Florida St., 10-3-98 

Foor Field Goals 

Maryland - Dan Plocki (26, 45, 24, 33) vs. Wake Forest, 10-16-85 
Opponent - Sebastian Janikowski (27, 47, 48, 23, 36), Florida St., 10-3-98 

Three Field Goals 

Maryland - Brian Kopka (41, 25, 22) vs. Virginia, 11-20-99 
Opponent - Kent Passingham (27, 26, 31), at NC State, 11-6-99 

Two Field Goals 40 Yards or More 

Maryland - Brian Kopka (43, 43) at W. Virginia, 9-19-98 
Opponent - David Greene (42, 43), Virginia, 11-20-99 

Three Field Goals 30 Yards or More 

Maryland - Brian Kopka (36, 47, 31) vs. Duke, 10-4-97 

Opponent - Sebastian Janikowski (47, 48, 36), Florida St., 10-3-98 

Two-Point Conversion by Rosh 

Maryland - Trey Evans run vs. Ga. Tech, 11-22-97 
Opponent - Jamie Barnette run, NC State, 11-21-98 

Two-Point Conversion by Pass 

Maryland - Ken Mastrole to Tim Brown vs. NC State, 10-5-96 
Opponent - Spencer Romine to Richmond Flowers, Duke, 10-30-99 

Missed PAT (Kick] 

Maryland - Brian Kopka vs. Western Carolina, 9-11-99 
Opponent - David Richardson (wide left), Clemson, 10-10-98 

Defensive Extra-Point 

Maryland - None 

Opponent - L. Grant (100-yd. interception return) 



Duke, 10-26-96 



40 Rushing Attempts 

Maryland - Charlie Wysocki (49-217) at Duke, 10-25-80 
Opponent - John Leach (46-329), Wake Forest, 11-20-93 

30 Rushing Attempts 

Maryland - LaMont Jordan (37-306) vs. Virginia, 11-20-99 
Opponent - Ray Robinson (30-153), at NC State, 11-6-99 

30 Rushing Attempts in One Half 

Maryland - Charlie Wysocki (32) at Duke, 10-25-80 




The last time two Terps rushed for 100 yards in the same game was on Sept. 
27, 1997, when LaMont Jordan (left) and Brian Underwood (right) com- 
bined for the feat at Temple. 

300 Rushing Yards 

Maryland - LaMont Jordan (37-306) vs. Virginia, 11-20-99 
Opponent - John Leach (46-329), Wake Forest, 11-20-93 

200 Rushing Yards 

Maryland - LaMont Jordan (37-306) vs. Virginia, 11-20-99 
Opponent - Raymond Priester (36-204), Clemson, 10-25-97 

150 Rushing Yards 

Maryland - LaMont Jordan (37-306) vs. Virginia, 11-20-99 
Opponent - Ray Robinson (30-153), at NC State, 11-6-99 

100 Rushing Yards by a Quarterback 

Maryland - Randall Jones (11-115) at Duke, 11-14-98 
Opponent - Woodrow Dantzler (22-183), Clemson, 10-16-99 

Two Players with 100 Yards Rushing 

Maryland - LaMont Jordan (135) and Brian Underwood (114) 

at Temple, 9-27-97 
Opponent - Zack Crockett (123) and Warrick Dunn (104), Florida St., 9-10-94 

Three Players with 100 Yards Rushing 

Maryland - Richard Jennings (136), Steve Atkins (126) and Jamie 
Franklin (105) vs. Virginia, 11-22-75 

75-Yd.TDRun 

Maryland - LaMont Jordan (90) vs. Virginia, 11-20-99 
Opponent - Tremayne Stephens (76), NC State, 11-8-97 

50-Yd. Non-Scoring Run 

Maryland - LaMont Jordan (66) at Florida State, 11-13-99 
Opponent - Joe Burns (54), Ga. Tech, 10-31-98 

50-Yd TD Run 

Maryland - LaMont Jordan (90) vs. Virginia, 11-20-99 
Opponent - Tremayne Stephens (76), NC State, 11-8-97 



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50 Pass Attempts 

Maryland - Scott Milanovkh (62-46-1, 380, 1 TD) at Florida St., 11-18-95 
Opponent - Patrick Sapp (55-25-1, 273, TD), Clemson, 11-14-92 

40 Pass Attempts 

Maryland - Brian Cummings (47-27-0, 289, 2 TD) at Wake Forest, 10-18-97 
Opponent - Spencer Romine (42-27-0-404, 3 TD), Duke, 10-30-99 

35 Pass Attempts 

Maryland - Brian Cummings (47-27-0, 289, 2 TD) at Wake Forest, 10-18-97 
Opponent - Jamie Barnette (37-23-0-324, 2 TD), at NC State, 11-6-99 

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, TD), Wake Forest, 10-16-82 

30 Pass Completions 

Maryland - Scott Milanovich (62-46-1, 380, 1 TD) at Florida St., 11-18-95 
Opponent - Devin Scott (49-32-1-228, TD), at Temple, 9-2-99 

25 Pass Completions 

Maryland - Brian Cummings (47-27-0, 289, 2 TD) at Wake Forest, 10-18-97 
Opponent - Spencer Romine (42-27-0-404, 3 TD), Duke, 10-30-99 

400 Yards Passing 

Maryland - Scott Milanovich (416) at Wake Forest, 11-20-93 
Opponent - Spencer Romine (404), Duke, 10-30-99 

300 Yards Passing 

Maryland - Scott Milanovich (352) at Ga. Tech, 9-28-95 
Opponent - Chris Weinke (304), at Florida State, 11-13-99 

250 Yards Passing 

Maryland - Brian Cummings (289) at Wake Forest, 10-18-97 
Opponent - Dan Ellis (276), Virginia, 11-20-99 

200 Yards Passing 

Maryland - Calvin McCall (221) at Ga. Tech, 9-30-99 
Opponent - Dan Ellis (276), Virginia, 11-20-99 

10 Receptions 

Maryland - Geroy Simon (16-124) at Florida St., 11-18-95 
Opponent - Kez McCorvey (10-122), Florida St., 11-6-93 

Two Players with 10 Receptions 

Maryland - Walt Williams (11) and Geroy Simon (10) at Syracuse, 
11-19-94 

100 Yards Receiving 

Maryland - Jason Hatala (3-129) vs. Duke, 10-4-97 
Opponent - Peter Warrick (9-134), at Florida State, 11-13-99 

Two Players with 100 Yards Receiving 

Maryland - Geroy Simon (124) and Jermaine Lewis (102) 

at Florida St., 11-18-95 
Opponent - Richmond Flowers (173) and Scottie Montgomery (121), 

Duke, 10-30-99 

Three Players with 100 Yards Receiving 

Maryland - Jason Kremus (119), Mancel Johnson (106) and Russ Weaver 
(105) at Wake Forest, 11-20-93 

200 Yards Receiving 

Maryland - Jermaine Lewis (9-205) vs. Duke, 9-23-95 
Opponent - Dez White (5-215), at Ga. Tech, 9-30-99 



75-Yd. Non-Scoring Reception 

Maryland - Scott Milanovich to Jermaine Lewis (78) at No. Carolina, 9-11-93 

75-Yd. TD Reception 

Maryland - Brian Cummings to Jason Hatala (76) vs. Duke, 10-4-97 
Opponent - Joe Hamilton to Dez White (80), at Ga. Tech, 9-30-99 

50-Yd. Non-Scoring Reception 

Maryland - Calvin McCall to Jermaine Arlington (62) vs. West Virginia, 

9-18-99 
Opponent - Oscar Davenport to Octavus Barnes (51), No. Carolina, 9-20-97 

50-Yd. TD Reception 

Maryland - Calvin McCall to LaMont Jordan (70) at Wake Forest, 10-9-99 
Opponent - Dan Ellis to Tavon Mason (50), Virginia, 11-20-99 

Team Gained 300 Yards Rushing 

Maryland - vs. Virginia (445), 11-20-99 
Opponent - Clemson (395), 10-21-95 

Team Gained 400 Yards Rushing 

Maryland - vs. Virginia (445), 11-20-99 
Opponent - Ga. Tech (411), 10-9-93 

Team Failed to Gain 100 Yards Rushing 

Maryland - at Georgia Tech (89), 9-30-99 
Opponent - at Florida State (86), 11-13-99 

Team Gained 300 Yards Passing 

Maryland - at Georgia Tech (310), 9-30-99 
Opponent - at Florida State (373), 11-13-99 

Team Gained 400 Yards Passing 

Maryland - at Wake Forest (425), 11-20-93 
Opponent - Duke (404), 10-30-99 

Team Failed to Gain 100 Yards Passing 

Maryland - vs. Virginia (69), 11-20-99 
Opponent - at Wake Forest (82), 10-9-99 

Team Gained 400 Yards Total Offense 

Maryland - vs. Virginia (514), 11-20-99 
Opponent - at Florida State (459), 11-13-99 

Team Gained 500 Yards Total Offense 

Maryland - vs. Virginia (514), 11-20-99 
Opponent - at NC State (504), 11-6-99 

Team Gained 600 Yards Total Offense 

Maryland - at Va. Tech (649), 9-25-93 
Opponent - Florida St. (616), 11-18-95 

Team Failed to Gain 200 Yards Total Offense 

Maryland - vs. Virginia (127), 11-1-97 
Opponent - Wake Forest (189), 10-19-96 

Scored Over 50 Points 

Maryland - vs. Western Carolina (51-10), 9-11-99 
Opponent - Florida St. (7-50), 9-13-97 

Played to a Tie Game 

vs. Louisiana Tech (Independence Bowl, 34-34), 12-15-90 

Played an Overtime Game 

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Terp Tidbits 

► Randy White (far right) 
was a two-time first team 
All-American and winner of 
the 1974 Outland and 
Lombardi trophies. Joining 
him (from left] are 1974 
honorable mention All- 
American Louis Carter, 
national coach of the year 
Jerry Claiborne and 
honorable mention All- 
American Steve Mike- 
Mayer. 

► 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. 

► Offensive lineman Stan 
Jones and former coach 
Jerry Claiborne have been 
selected for induction into 
the College Football Hall of 
Fame in each of the past 
two years. 



All-Americans 192 

Outstanding Award Winners 193 

Hon. Mention All-Americans .... 193 

ACC Special Honors 194 

All-ACC Selections 194 

Academic All-Americans 195 

All-ACC Academic Selections .... 195 

Terps in the Hall of Fame 196 

Maryland Team Awards 198 

Coaches' Awards 200 



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1953 
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1974 

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1951 

1953 
1954 
1961 
1976 
1984 



Bob Ward 
Bob Ward 
Jack Scarbath 
Dick Modzelewski 
Stan Jones 
Bob Pellegrini 
Randy White 
Randy White 

Team 

Bill Supplee 
Gerald Snyder 
Ray Krouse 
Dick Modzelewski 
Ed Modzelewski 
Bernie Faloney 
Bill Walker 
Gary Collins 
Joe Campbell 
Eric Wilson 



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 Bob Ward 

Ed Modzelewski 
Bernie Faloney 
Mike Sandusky 
Bill Walker 
Paul Vellano 
Joe Campbell 



1951 
1953 
1955 

1973 
1976 



American Foothau 
Coaches Association 



First Team 

1961 Gary Collins 

1973 Paul Vellano 

1974 Randy White 
1976 Joe Campbell 
1985 J.D. Maarleveld 



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Second Team 

1999 LaMont Jordan RB 

Football News 



First Team 

1984 Eric Wilson 

Second Team 

1995 Stephen Ingram 
1999 LaMont Jordan 



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Football Writers Association 

First Team 

1961 Gary Collins E 

1974 Randy White DT 

1976 Joe Campbell DT 

1979 Dale Castro PK 

International News Service 

First Team 

1951 Bob Ward G 

1952 Jack Scarbath QB 
Dick Modzelewski T 

1953 Stan Jones T 
Bernie Faloney QB 

1955 Bob Pellegrini C 

Second Team 

1953 Chet Hanulak HB 

1955 Ed Vereb HB 

The Sporting News 

First Team 

1951 Bob Ward G 

1952 Jack Scarbath QB 
Dick Modzelewski T 

1953 Stan Jones T 
Bernie Faloney QB 

1955 Bob Pellegrini C 

Mike Sandusky T 

1974 Randy White DT 

Steve Mike-Mayer PK 

1976 Joe Campbell DT 

1979 Dale Castro PK 

1984 Kevin Glover C 

1985 J.D. Maarleveld OT 

Second Team 

1983 Boomer Esiason QB 

Ron Solt OG 

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Outstanding Award Winners 



Waiter Camp Memorial 


Lomrardi Trophy 


Postseason MVP Honorees 


Trophy 

(Player of the Year) 


(Lineman of the Year) 

1974 Randy White DT 


(Blue-Gray Game) 

1971 Guy Roberts E 


(Sun Bowl) 
1984 Rick Badanjek RB 


1955 Bob Pellegrini C 


UPI Lineman of the Year 


1986 Chuck Faucette LB 
1998 Eric Ogbogu DE 


(Cherry Bowl) 


Heisman Trophy 


1955 Bob Pellegrini C 




1985 Stan Gelbaugh QB 


(Outstanding Player) 


1974 Randy White DT 

National Coach of the Year 


(Coaches All-America Game) 

1974 Louis Carter TB 


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1952 Jack Scarbath QB 
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1974 Jerry Claiborne 


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1982 Bobby Ross 


1975 Steve Atkins RB 


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Bobby Ross 







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Guy Roberts 



Louis Carter 



Steve Atkins 



Rick Badanjek 



Stan Gelbaugh 



Scott Schankweiter 



Honorable Mention Mi-Americans 



1931 Jess Krajcovic, G 

Ray Poppelman, QB 

1934 Ed Minion, T 
Norwood Sothoron, FB 
Vic Willis, E 

1935 Bill Guckeyson, HB 
Vic Willis, E 

1936 Bill Guckeyson, HB 

1937 Jim Meade, HB 
1940 Ralph Albarano, T 

Bob Smith, C 
1942 Paul Flick, C 

Tommy Mont, QB 

1947 Lu Gambino, HB 
Gene Kinney, C 

1948 Ray Krouse, T 
Elmer Wingate, E 

1950 Ed Modzelewski, FB 

1951 Dave Cianelli, FB 
Tom Cosgrove, C 
Joe Petruzzo, HB 
Jack Scarbath, QB 

1952 Stan Jones, T 

1953 Ralph Felton, FB 
Chet Hanulak, HB 
John Irvine, C 
Bob Morgan, T 
Bill Walker, E 

1954 Dick Bielski, FB 
Jack Bowersox, G 
John Irvine, C 
George Palahunik, G 
Bob Pellegrini, G 
Ronnie Waller, HB 
Bill Walker, E 



1955 



1956 



1957 



1958 



1959 



1960 

1961 
1962 



1965 
1969 
1970 
1972 

1973 



1974 



Jack Davis, G 
Ed Heuring, 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 
Rod Breedlove, G 
Fred Cole, T 
Ben Scotti, E 
Rod Breedlove, G 
Gary Collins, E 
Tom Gunderman, G 
Jim Joyce, FB 
Kurt Schwarz, T 
Dale Betty, QB 
Gary Collins, E 
Bob Hacker, C 
Tom Brown, HB 
Walter Rock, G 
Dick Shiner, QB 
Roger Shoals, T 
Bob Sullivan, DB 
Ralph Sonntag, OT 
Guy Roberts, DE 
Bob Smith, DB 
Paul Vellano, DG 
Louis Carter, TB 
Bob Smith, DB 
Randy White, DT 
Louis Carter, TB 
Steve Mike-Mayer, PK 



Stan Rogers, OT 
Bob Smith, DB 
Harry Walters, LB 
Walter White, TE 

1975 Kevin Benson, LB 
Jim Brechbiel, DB 
Paul Divito, DG 
LeRoy Hughes, DE 

1976 Brad Carr, LB 
Ed Fulton, OG 
Mark Manges, QB 
Ken Roy, DB 
Tom Schick, OT 
Larry Seder, DG 

1977 Ted Klaube, DG 

1978 Steve Atkins, TB 
Lloyd Burruss, DB 
Charles Johnson, DT 
Bruce Palmer, DG 

1979 Larry Stewart, OT 
Charlie Wysocki, TB 

1980 Lloyd Burruss, DB 
Marlin Van Horn, DG 
Charlie Wysocki, TB 

1982 Jess Atkinson, PK 
Mark Duda, OT 
Boomer Esiason, QB 
Dave Pacella, OT 
John Tice, TE 

1983 Jess Atkinson, PK 
Clarence Baldwin, DB 
Boomer Esiason, QB 
Pete Koch, DT 

Ron Solt, OG 
Eric Wilson, LB 



1984 Rick Badanjek, RB 
Al Covington, DB 
Ferrell Edmunds, TE 
Chuck Faucette, LB 
Kevin Glover, C 
Greg Hill, WR 

Len Lynch, OG 
Bruce Mesner, DG 

1985 Rick Badanjek, FB 
Al Covington, DB 
Keeta Covington, DB 
Ferrell Edmunds, TE 
Chuck Faucette, LB 
Len Lynch, OG 

J.D. Maarleveld, OT 
Bruce Mesner, DG 

1986 Chuck Faucette, LB 
Bruce Mesner, DG 
Keeta Covington, DB 
Ferrell Edmunds, TE 

1987 Ferrell Edmunds, TE 
Kevin Walker, LB 

1988 Matt D'Amico, LB 
Ben Jefferson, OT 
Dan Ptocki, PK 
Warren Powers, DT 
Scott Saylor, LB 

1989 Larry Webster, DT 

1990 Barry Johnson, WR 

1992 Marcus Badgett, WR 

1993 Scott Milanovich, P 

1994 Stephen Ingram, OT 

1995 Jermaine Lewis, WR 

1998 Eric Barton, LB 

1999 Brian Kopka, PK 



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MCC Honors 



ACC Special 
Honors 

Player of the Year 

1953 Bernie Faloney, B 

1955 Bob Pellegrini, C 

1974 Randy White, DT 

Coach of the Year 

1953, 55 Jim Tatum 

1973, 75, 76 Jerry Claiborne 
1982 Bobby Ross 

Jacobs Blocking Award 

1955 Bob Pellegrini, C 

1969 Ralph Sonntag, OT 

1982 Dave Pacella, OT 



Brian Piccolo Award 

Al Neville, QB 
David Visaggio, DG 
J.D. Maarleveld, OT 
Mike Anderson, RB 




J.D. Maarleveld 



Mike Anderso 



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1954 



1955 



1956 
1957 



1960 
1961 



1962 



1963 
1964 
1965 
1966 
1969 
1970 
1971 
1972 

1973 



1974 



1975 



1976 



1977 
1978 



1979 
1980 

1982 

1983 



All-ACC Selections 

ACWSA ALL-ACC (Selected by the Atlantic Coast Sportswriters Association) 



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 
Bob 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 
Walter 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 
Bob Smith, S 
Paul Vellano, DG 
Randy White, DT 
Louis Carter, TB 
Steve Mike-Mayer, PK 
Stan Rogers, OT 
Bob Smith, S 
Harry Walters, LB 
Randy White, DT 
Kevin Benson, LB 
Jim Brechbiel, DB 
Joe Campbell, DT 
Roy Hughes, DE 
Joe Campbell, DT 
Brian Carr, LB 
Ed Fulton, OG 
Mark Manges, QB 
Ken Roy, DB 
Tom Schick, OT 
Larry Seder, DG 
Ted Klaube, DG 
Lloyd Burruss, DB 
Charles Johnson, DT 
Bruce Palmer, DG 
Larry Stewart, OT 
Charlie Wysocki, TB 
Lloyd Burruss, DB 
Marlin Van Horn, DG 
Charlie Wysocki, TB 
Jess Atkinson, PK 
Mark Duda, DT 
Dave Pacella, OT 
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 

1998 Eric Barton, LB 

1999 Delbert Cowsette, NT 
LaMont Jordan, RB 
Lewis Sanders, DB 

Second Team 

1953 Ralph Felton, B 
Bob Morgan, T 
Bill Walker, E 

1954 John Irvine, C 
Bob Pellegrini, G 

1955 Russell Dennis, E 
Frank Tamburello, B 
Bill Walker, E 

1957 Gene Alderton, C 
1961 Roger Shoals, T 
Bill Kirchiro, T 

1963 Dick Shiner, QB 

1964 Olaf Drozdov, DT 
Tom Hickey, B 

1989 Larry Webster, DT 

1991 Frank Wycheck, TE 
Mitch Suplee, C 
Dan DeArmas, PK 
Mike Webster, DL 
Mike Jarmolowich, LB 

1992 Mike Jarmolowich, LB 

1993 Jermaine Lewis, WR 

1994 Geroy Simon, WR 
Scott Milanovich, QB 

1995 Eric Ogbogu, LB 
Andreal Johnson, DB 

1998 LaMont Jordan, RB 

1999 Brad Messina, OT 
John Waerig, TE 
Jamie Wu, OG 

Third Team 

1993 Stephen Ingram, OT 
Scott Milanovich, QB 

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not been selected continuously. 



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(Selected by UPI) 


Conference 


1953 


Bernie Faloney, B 


1958 


Rod Breedlove, G 


1955 


Bob Pellegrini, C 




Ralph Felton, B 


1959 


Tom Gunderman, G 




Mike Sandu 






Chet Hanulak, B 




Jim Joyce, B 




Ed Vereb, B 


1935 Bill Guckeyson, B 




Stan Jones, T 


1960 


Gary Collins, E 




Bill Walker, E 


1936 Bill Guckeyson, B 


1954 


Dick Bielski, B 


1961 


Gary Collins, E 


1956 


Jack Davis, G 


1937 Jim Meade, B 


1955 


Jack Davis, G 




Bob Hacker, C 




Mike Sandusky, T 


1947 Lu Gambino, B 




Bob Pellegrini, C 


1962 


Tom Brown, HB 


1957 


Ed Cooke, E 


1949 Ray Krouse, T 




Mike Sandusky, T 




Walter Rock, G 


1958 


Ben Scotti, E 


1950 Elmer Wingate, E 




Frank Tamburello, B 




Dick Shiner, QB 


1960 


Gary Collins, E 


1951 Ed Modzelewski, B 




Ed Vereb, B 
Gene Alderton, C 


1970 

1971 


Guy Roberts, DE 
Dan Bungori, E 


1961 
1962 


Gary Collins, E 
Walter Rock, G 


1952 Stan Jones, T 




1956 










Jack Davis, G 


1972 


Bob Smith, DB 




Dick Shiner, QB 








Mike Sandusky, T 




Paul Vellano, DG 


1970 


Guy Roberts, DE 






1957 


Rod Breedlove, G 


1973 


Louis Carter, TB 


1971 


Dan Bungori, E 




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Ed Cooke, E 




Bob Smith, DB 


1972 


Bob Smith, DB 












Paul Vellano, DG 




Paul Vellano, DG 












Randy White, DT 


1973 


Louis Carter, TB 
Bob Smith, DB 


















Paul Vellano, DG 
Randy White, DT 
















Ray Krouse 



1954 
1955 
1956 



1960 
1961 

1963 
1967 
1968 
1970 



1972 
1973 
1974 



1975 



1976 



1977 



1978 



John Irvine, C 
George Palahunik, G 
John Healey, HB 
Stanley Polyanski, G 
Donald Healey, T 
Mike Sandusky, T 
Tom Selep, FB 
Dwayne Fletcher, HB 
Bob Hacker, C 
Dick Novak, QB 
David Nardo, G 
Chuck Tine, G 
Ralph Friedgen, 0G 
Pat Burke, OG 
Jerry Erhard, WB 
Steve Fromang, C 
Len Santacroce, C 
Scott Shank, FB 
Jerry Erhard, E 
Kim Hoover, WR 
Bob Avellini, QB 
Jim Brechbiel, DB 
Derick Harris, DT 
Rick Jennings, TB 
Tom Schick, OG 
Phil Wagenheim, P 
Mike Cielensky, DB 
Kim Hoover, WR 
John Schultz, WB 
Jonathan Claiborne, S 
Gene Ochap, C 
Bob Raba, TE 
Jonathan Claiborne, S 
Ralph Lary, S 
Chris Ward, DB 
Kenny Watson, DT 
John Baldante, DB 
Glenn Chamberlain, OG 
Scott Collins, OT 



Au-ACC Academic Selections 



Ralph Lary, S 
Phil Livingston, OT 
Joe Muffler, DE 
Dean Richards, WB 

1979 Jan Carinci, WB 
Ralph Lary, S 

Phil Livingston, OT 
Kyle Lorton, C 
Jim Shaffer, DE 

1980 Ralph Lary, S 
Kyle Lorton, C 

1981 Mike Mueller, LB 
Brian Riendeau, OG 

1982 Joe Aulisi, DE 

1983 Greg Harraka, OT 

1984 Greg Harraka, OT 
Frank Reich, QB 
Richard Shure, FB 

1985 Dolph Tokarczyk, TE 

1986 Mark Agent, OT 
Richard Shure, FB 
John Soma, OT 

1987 Azizuddin Abdur-Ra'oof, WR 
Bob Arnold, DG 

Ken Oberle, OT 
Richard Shure, FB 
John Soma, OT 

1988 Ken Oberle, OT 

1989 Dean Green, WR 

1990 Rick Fleece, NG 
Barry Johnson, WR 
Glenn Page, LB 
Chad Wiestling, HB 

1991 Lubo Zizakovic, DT 

1992 Marcus Badgett, WR 
Scott Rosen, S 

1993 Russ Weaver, WR 

1994 Russ Weaver, WR 
Mike Settles, LB 



Al Wallace, DE 

1995 Al Wallace, DE 

1996 Al Wallace, DE 

1997 Mike Hull, TE 
Eric Ogbogu, DE 



1998 Jamie Wu, OG 

1999 Kevin Bishop, LB 
Todd Wike, OG 
Jamie Wu, OG 






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1984, 1986 and 1987. 



Al Wallace was a three- 
time AU-ACC Academic 
selection in 1994, 1995 
and 1996. 



Academic All- 
Americans 

1953 Bernie Faloney, B 

1954 George Palahunik, G 
1956 Mike Sandusky, T 
1975 Kim Hoover, WR 
1978 Joe Muffler, DE 



NCAA Postgraduate 
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1978 Jonathan Claiborne, S 




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Bob 
Ward 

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Hall of Fame 119801 

Bob Ward weighed all of 165 
pounds throughout his four-year play- 
ing career at Maryland and, even in 
the early 1950s, that was no size for a 
lineman. Especially a lineman who was 
a first-team All-America middle guard 
on defense as a junior in 1950 and a 
first-team offensive guard as a senior 
in 1951. 

The forte of the Maryland teams 
of the early 1950s was consistency — a 
winning consistency. During Ward's 
four years, the team was a combined 
32-7-1, winning two bowl games (1949 
Gator over Missouri, 1951 Sugar over 
Tennessee to complete a perfect 10-0 
season). 

The awards and honors Ward 
earned as a Maryland player belie 
physical stature, but speak volumes 
about the man. He was the MVP of the 
1949 Gator Bowl, Maryland's first bowl 
victory. He was the only player ever to 
earn All-America honors as both an 
offensive and defensive position player. 
He earned Southern Conference Player 
of the Year honors as a senior and was 
chosen Lineman of the Year by the 
Washington Touchdown Club and the 
Philadelphia Sportswriters Association 
in 1951. 

Bob Ward was inducted into the 
National Football Foundation College 
Hall of Fame in 1980. 



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Hall of Fame [19831 

Jack Scarbath is an integral part 
of Maryland football history. In his 
first start, the All-America quarterback 
scored the first touchdown in the new 
Byrd Stadium, a 21-yard run in the 
first game of the 1950 season. 

Scarbath was the quarterback for 
head coach Jim Tatum's new split T of- 
fense for three seasons (1950-52). 
Scarbath led the Terps to a 24-4-1 
record, including a perfect 10-0 sea- 
son and a 28-13 upset of national 
champion Tennessee in the 1951 Sugar 
Bowl. Scarbath called the signals dur- 
ing Maryland's 22-game unbeaten 
streak over the course of the 1950, '51 
and '52 seasons. 

During his stellar career, Scarbath 
rewrote the Terrapin record book, com- 
pleting 125 of 260 passes for 2,287 
yards, an average of 18.3 yards per 
completion. In 1951, AP and UP polls 
named him honorable 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 
Heisman Trophy balloting. 

A first-round draft choice of the 
Washington Redskins, Scarbath went 
on to play with the Redskins and Pitts- 
burgh Steelers. 

He was inducted into the National 
Football Foundation College Hall of 
Fame in 1983. 



Jim 
Tatum 

National Football 

Foundation College 

Hall of Fame 11984) 

In a brief time as a college foot- 
ball head coach - one season at North 
Carolina (1942, 5-2-2), one at Okla- 
homa (1946, 8-3, Gator Bowl victory 
over North Carolina State) and nine 
years at Maryland (1947-55, 73-15-4, 
2-2-1 in bowl games) - Jim Tatum 
had become a coaching legend. 

Tatum's Maryland teams from 
1950-55 were 51-8-2, with a perfect 
10-0 record and Sugar Bowl victory in 
1951. The squad posted 10-0 regular 
season records in 1953 and 1955 be- 
fore both teams were upset by Okla- 
homa in the Orange Bowl. Tatum's 
1953 team was declared national 
champion, and Tatum was named na- 
tional Coach of the Year. 

During his career at Maryland, 
Tatum led the Terps to 19 consecutive 
wins and an unbeaten streak of 22 
games (21-0-1) during the 1950, '51 
and '52 campaigns. In the 1952 Sugar 
Bowl, the Terrapins defeated top- 
ranked Tennessee 23-13. 

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 
119911 

National Football 

Foundation College 

Hall of Fame 120001 

Stan Jones was the starting right 
tackle on the Terp defense that allowed 
only 31 points during 10 regular sea- 
son games in 1953. With Jones lead- 
ing the way, Maryland recorded six 
shutouts and allowed only one team, 
Georgia, to score more than six points. 

It all added up to a 10-0 regular 
season for the Terps, who captured the 
national championship despite an up- 
set loss to Oklahoma in the Orange Bowl. 

Jones earned consensus All- 
America honors in 1953 and was cho- 
sen "Outstanding College Lineman of 
1953" by the College Football Coach- 
ing Board. A fifth-round draft choice 
of the Chicago Bears, Jones went on 
to have a lengthy pro career. He spent 
a majority of his career with the Bears 
(1954-65) before finishing at Wash- 
ington (1966). 

"I was very prepared for the NFL 
when I left Maryland," Jones said. "From 
my coaches who taught me football to 
my professors who taught me anatomy, 
physiology and weight training, I re- 
ceived a great education. I couldn't have 
picked a better place to go." 

Jones was inducted into the Pro 
Football Hall of Fame in 1991 and se- 
lected for the College Football Hall of 
Fame in 2000. 




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Dick 
modzelewski 

National Football 

Foundation College 

Hah tu Fame 11993) 

Through three All-America years 
at Maryland and 14 All-Pro years in 
the National Football League, Dick 
Modzelewski was always "Little Mo." 
At 6-0, 235 pounds during his playing 
days at Maryland, he was one of the 
bigger collegiate linemen during the 
early 1950s. He was the second Mo at 
Maryland, following his older brother 
Ed, "Big Mo." 

Dick Modzelewski played three 
years as defensive tackle for the Terps 
on the great teams which were 24-4-1. 
He became Maryland's first winner of a 
major national honor when he received 
the Outland Trophy as the nation's top 
lineman in 1952. Through his career at 
Maryland, the Terps fashioned a 22-game 
unbeaten streak. 

At the end of his senior season, 
Modzelewski was named to every All- 
America team and was awarded the Out- 
land Trophy. He was a second-round 
draft choice of the Washington 
Redskins. He spent 14 seasons in the 
NFL, with the Redskins, the Pittsburgh 
Steelers, the New York Giants and Cleve- 
land Browns. Modzelewski was an All- 
Pro and on NFL championship teams 
with both the Giants (1956) and the 
Browns (1964). 

Dick Modzelewski was inducted 
into the National Football Foundation 
College Hall of Fame in 1993. 







Randy 
White 



Pro Football Han oe Fame 
U9941 

National Football 

Foundation College 

Hall oe Fame (19941 

Randy White changed the look of 
football's defensive lines. At Maryland, 
and later in an All-Pro National Foot- 
ball League career with the Dallas Cow- 
boys, he was regarded as the quickest 
defensive lineman to play the game. 
He could be in an opponent's backfield 
before a quarterback could make a 
hand-off. 

In 1974, Randy White cleaned up 
the college football awards plate. He 
was honored with the Outland and 
Lombardi trophies as the top collegiate 
lineman, was ACC Player of the Year, 
was an unanimous first-team All- 
America choice, named the Delaware 
(his home state) Athlete of the Year 
and named the Amateur Athlete of the 
Year by the Philadelphia Sportswrit- 
ers Association. 

A first round draft choice of the 
Dallas Cowboys, White was an All-Pro 
performer throughout his career and 
shared Super Bowl MVP honors with 
Dallas teammate Harvey Martin when 
the Cowboys defeated Denver in Su- 
per Bowl XII. 

White's No. 94 number has been 
retired at Maryland. He was inducted 
into the National Football Foundation 
College Hall of Fame and the Pro Foot- 
ball Hall of Fame in 1994. 

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Bob 
Pellegrini 

National Football 

Foundation Cullege 

Hall oe Fame 11996) 

Bob Pellegrini was recruited to 
Maryland as a quarterback, but made 
his name as one of college football's 
best linemen. In his first season, 
Pellegrini was a 6-2, 215-pound 
sophomore guard for the 1953 national 
champion Terrapins. He would play 
guard again in 1954 in an era when 
players went both ways, before being 
switched to center for his senior year 
to fill a Terrapin void. 

As a senior, Pellegrini led Mary- 
land to its second 10-0 regular sea- 
son and ACC championship in three 
years as the Terps defeated defending 
national champion UCLA. He was se- 
lected ACC Player of the Year, named 
consensus All-America and pictured as 
Herman Hickman's cover boy for Line- 
man of the Year in 1955. 

Pellegrini led the Terps to a 27- 
4-1 record over his career, with 
rankings in the Top 10 each season. 
He was the first pick in the National 
Football League draft by the Philadel- 
phia Eagles. Pellegrini became one of 
the building blocks of an Eagle turn- 
around that took the team to the top 
of the football world. A losing team 
when he joined, the Eagles defeated 
Vince Lombardi's Green Bay Packers for 
the World Championship four years 
later with Bob Pellegrini at linebacker. 

Bob Pellegrini was inducted into 
the National Football Foundation Col- 
lege Hall of Fame in December 1996. 



Jerry 
Claiborne 

National Football 

Foundation College 

Hall oe Fame 119991 

Former Maryland football coach 
Jerry Claiborne was selected to join 
12 legendary college football players 
and two other coaches among the 
1999 class of inductees into the Na- 
tional Football Foundation College Hall 
of Fame. 

Claiborne coached 28 seasons 
overall between stints at Virginia Tech 
(1961-70), Maryland (1972- 81) and 
Kentucky (1982-89), and compiled a 
179-122-8 record in the process. He 
is currently 28th on the all- time Di- 
vision I-A coaching victories list. 

At Maryland, Claiborne was named 
The Sporting News National Coach of the 
Year in 1974 after winning the Atlantic 
Coast Conference and finishing the sea- 
son ranked No. 13 by the Associated 
Press. He was the District III Coach of 
the Year in 1973, 1975 and 1976. 

In all, Claiborne was the coach 
of the year in three different confer- 
ences — Southern (1963), ACC (1973, 
'75, 76) and Southeastern (1983) — 
while leading his teams to 11 bowl 
games. Throughout his coaching ca- 
reer, he was a strong advocate of the 
right combination of academics and 
athletics. In his years as head coach, 
he had four players named Academic 
All-America and 87 players earn aca- 
demic all-conference honors. On the 
field, he coached 13 Ail-Americans and 
53 who earned all-conference status. 



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alvin i. aubinoe 
Trophy 

Unsung Hero or the Season 

1956 Al Wharton, T 

1957 Wilbur Main, C 

1958 Ted Kershner, B 

1959 Joe Gardi, T 

1960 Leroy Dietrich, C 

1961 Dick Barlund, E 

1962 Murnis Banner, HB 

1963 George Stem, HB 

1964 John Kenny, E 

1965 Charles Krahling, C 

1966 Bobby Collins, B 

1967 Pat Baker, B 

1968 Rick Carlson, E 

1969 Paul Fitzpatrick, B 

1970 Robert MacBride, 0T 

1971 Jeff Shugars, QB 

1972 Ron Kecman, C 

1973 Ken Scott, DT 

1974 Frank Russell, WR 

1975 Jim Richey, 0T 

1976 Bob Raba, TE 

1977 Don Rhodes, C 

1978 Mike Simon, C 

1979 Richard Cummins, OG 

1980 Scott Fanz, 0T 

1981 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 

1989 Dean Green, WR 

1990 Doug Stump, RB 

1991 Greg Hines, LB 

1992 Dan Prunzik, WR 

1993 Russ Weaver, WR 

1994 David Hack, OG 

1997 Eric Hicks, DE 

1998 John Waerig, TE 

1999 Matt Kalapinski, FB 







Jeff Shugars 



joe f. blair 

Award 

Unsung Hero of the Season 

1995 Kevin Plank, SB 

Anthony C. Nardo 
Memorial Trophy 

Best Lineman or the Year 

1947 Pat McCarty, 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 Don Healy, T 

1958 Fred Cole, T 

1959 Tom Gunderman, G 

1960 Gary Collins, E 

1961 Bill Kirchiro, T 

1962 Dave Crossan, T 

1963 Olaf Drozdov, DT 

1964 Fred Joyce, G 

1965 Dick Absher, E 

1966 Dick Absher, E 

1967 Jim Lavrusky, LB 

1968 Ron Pearson, E 

1969 Peter Mattia, DT 

Bob Beau, 

Tommy Marcos 

Trophy 

Bt st Lineman or 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 Solt, 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 

1990 Clarence Jones, OT 

1991 Mitch Suplee, C 

1992 Steve Ingram, OT 

1993 Steve Ingram, OT 

1994 Steve Ingram, OT 

1995 Johnnie Hicks, DT 



Bay Krouse 
Memorial Award 

Most Uaiuarie Piayer 

1972 Ron Kecman, C 

1974 Randy White, DT 

1975 John Schultz, WB 

1976 Tim Wilson, FB 

1977 Ted Klaube, DG 

1978 Neal Olkewicz, LB 

1979 Brian Matera, LB 

1980 Lloyd Burruss, DB 

1981 Greg Vanderhout, DG 

1982 John Tice, TE 

1983 Boomer Esiason, QB 

1984 Eric Wilson, LB 

1985 Stan Gelbaugh, QB 

1986 Chuck Faucette, LB 

1987 Kevin Walker, LB 

1988 Dan Plocki, PK 

1989 Neil O'Donnell, QB 
Scott Saylor, LB 

1990 Scott Zolak, QB 

1991 Larry Webster, DT 

1992 Marcus Badgett, WR 

1993 Jason Kremus, WR 

1994 Steve Ingram, OT 

1995 Jermaine Lewis, WR 

1997 Brian Cummings, QB 

1998 Eric Barton, LB 

1999 LaMont Jordan, TB 




Lloyd Burruss 



The Teke 
Trophy 

Service Uver 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 Dick Absher, E 

1967 Lou Stickel, B 

1968 Billy Lovett, FB 

1969 Ken Dutton, DB 

1970 Peter Mattia, DT 

1971 Tommy Miller, B 

1972 Don Ratliff, E 

1973 Paul Vellano, DG 

1974 Randy White, DT 

Terrapin Clur 
Award 

Greatest Contrigution to 
Footgau 

1975 LeRoy Hughes, DE 

1976 Rob Raba, TE 

1977 Brad Carr, LB 

1978 Dean Richards, WR 

1979 James Shaffer, DE 

1980 Lloyd Burruss, HB 

1981 Charlie Wysocki, TB 

1982 Mike Corvino, DG 

1983 Boomer Esiason, QB 

1984 Eric Wilson, LB 

1985 Rick Badanjek, FB 

1986 Chuck Faucette, LB 

1987 Ferrell Edmunds, TE 

1988 Dan Plocki, PK 

1989 Mark Agent, C 

1990 Barry Johnson, WR 

1991 Larry Webster, DT 

1992 Mike Jarmolowich, LB 

1993 Mark Mason, RB 

1994 Steve Ingram, OT 

1995 Jermaine Lewis, WR 

1997 Buddy Rodgers, RB 

1998 Kendall Ogle, LB 

1999 Jermaine Arrington, WR 
Jason Hatala, WR 
Aaron Thompson, LB 



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Maryland Team Awards 



A.V. Williams 
Award 

Outstanding and Conspicuous 
Sportsmanship 

1955 Ronnie Waller, HB 

1956 Lynn Beightol. QB 
Jack Davis, G 

1957 Howie Dare, HB 

1958 Bob Rusevlyan, QB 

1959 Allen Bunge 

1960 Dale Betty, QB 

1961 Donald Brown 

1962 Clayton Beardmore 

1963 Samuel Bossert 

1964 Bob Kopinsky 

1965 Donald Dunphy 

1966 Frank Costello 

1967 Robert Karch 

1968 Roland Merritt, DE 

1969 David Reiss 

1970 John Baker 

1971 James Norris 

1972 Vince Struble 

1973 Al Neville, QB 

1974 Tyrone Neal 

1975 LeRoy Hughes, DE 

1976 Bob Raba, TE 
Gene Ochap, C 

1977 Brad Carr, LB 

1978 Dean Richards, WR 

1979 James Shaffer, DE 

1980 Eric Sievers, TE 

1981 Brian Riendeau, OG 

1982 Dave Pacella, OT 

1983 Boomer Esiason, QB 

1984 Eric Wilson, LB 

1985 Scott Schankweiler, LB 

1986 Lewis Askew, DG 

1987 Robert Klein, DG 

1988 Chad Sydnor, DB 

1989 Bren Lowery, TB 

1990 Barry Johnson, WR 

1991 Lubo Zizakovic, DT 

1993 Ed Regan, 0G 

1994 Corey Holobetz, TE 

1995 Mike Settles, LB 

1997 Pat Ward 

1998 Paul Jackson, S 

1999 Erwyn Lyght, DE 




Jim Tatum 



George C. Cook 



Memorial Award Memorial Award 



1959 
1960 
1961 
1962 
1963 
1964 
1965 
1966 
1967 
1968 
1969 
1970 
1971 
1972 
1973 
1974 
1975 

1976 
1977 
1978 
1979 
1980 
1981 
1982 
1983 
1984 
1985 
1986 
1987 
1988 
1989 
1990 

1991 
1992 
1993 
1994 
1995 
1997 
1998 
1999 



llNtMAN OF THl YtAR 

Kurt A. Schwartz, T 
Thomas E. Sankovich, T 
Bill Kirchiro, OG 
David Crossan, T 
Olaf Drozdov, T 
Larry Bagranoff, DT 
Larry Bagranoff, DT 
Thomas Cichowski, 0T 
Tom Myslinski, T 
Thomas Plevin, DT 
Peter Mattia, DT 
Peter Mattia, DT 
Guy Roberts, LB 
Paul Vellano, DG 
Randy White, DT 
Randy White, DT 
Marion Koprowski, 0T 
Paul Divito, DG 
Joe Campbell, DT 
Ted Klaube, DG 
Charles Johnson, DT 
Kervin Wyatt, OG 
Ed Gall, DT 
Greg Vanderhout, DG 
Mark Duda, OT 
Ron Solt, OG 
Kevin Glover, OT 
Leonard Lynch, OG 
Bruce Mesner, DG 
Robert Arnold, DG 
Warren Powers, DT 
Mike Kiselak, OG 
Jack Bradford, LB 
Rick Fleece, NG 
Larry Webster, DT 
Steve Ingram, OT 
Steve Ingram, OT 
Steve Ingram, OT 
Johnnie Hicks, DL 
John Feugill, OT 
Delbert Cowsette, NT 
John Waerig, TE 
Jamie Wu, OG 



Highist Academic Aviimci 

1962 Don White, QB 

1963 David Nardo, E 

1964 David Nardo, E 

1965 Bruce Springer, B 

1966 Larry Bagranoff, T 

1967 Chuck Tine, T 

1968 Ralph Friedgen, OG 

1969 Ralph Friedgen, OG 
Bill Grant, E 

1970 Pat Burke, OG 

1971 Steve Fromang, OT 

1972 Steve Fromang, OT 

1973 James Martell, E 

1974 Kim Hoover, WR 

1975 Kim Hoover, WR 

1976 Jonathan Claiborne, S 

1977 Jonathan Claiborne, S 

1978 Joe Muffler, DE 

1979 Ralph Lary, S 

1980 Ralph Lary, S 

1981 Mark Sobel, DE 

1982 Greg Harraka, C 

1983 Greg Harraka, C 

1984 Greg Harraka, C 

1985 Dolph Tokarczyk, TE 

1986 Richard Shure, FB 

1987 Richard Shure, FB 

1988 John Rugg, OG 

1989 Mark Agent, C 

1990 Ken Oberle, OT 

1991 Mitch Suplee, C 

1992 Dave Marrone, LB 

1993 Erick Wood, LB 

1994 Corey Holobetz, TE 

1995 Ken Lytle, PK 

1997 Ryan Rezzelle, OT 

1998 Ryan Rezzelle, OT 

1999 Jamie Wu, OG 



Dr. John E. Faber 
Award 

Iron Man Award 

1992 John Kaleo, QB 

1993 Scott Milanovich, QB 

1994 Jamie Bragg, C/DT 

1998 Kendall Ogle, LB 

1999 Jamie Wu, OG 

Outstanding 
Specialist 

1988 Ricky Johnson, TB 
Scott Whittier, LB 

1989 Ricky Johnson, TB 

1990 Scott Zolak, QB 

1991 Troy Jackson, RB 

1992 John Kaleo, QB 

1993 Jermaine Lewis, WR 





Boomer Esiason 



Guy Roberts 



Don White 



Jermaine Lewis 

Top Special 
Teams Performer 

1988 Mark Agent, C 

1989 Mike Kiselak, OG 

1990 Clarence Jones, OT 

1991 Mitch Suplee, C 

1992 Steve Ingram, OT 

1993 Steve Ingram, OT 
1995 Chad Scott, CB 

1997 Lewis Sanders, FS 

1998 Brian Kopka, PK 

1999 Brian Kopka, PK 

Hammer 
Award 

1988 Chad Sydnor, CB 

1989 Eddie Tomlin, S 

1990 Glenn Page, LB 

1991 Mike Jarmolowich, LB 

1992 Scott Rosen, S 



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Coaches' Awards 



Offensive 
Back 

1952 Chet Hanulak, HB 

1953 Ralph Felton, FB 

1954 Ron Waller, HB 

1955 Ed Vereb, HB 

1956 Fred Hamilton, HB 

1957 Bob Rusevlyan, QB 

1958 Bob Rusevlyan, QB 

1959 Jim Joyce, FB 

1960 Dale Betty, QB 

1961 Dick Shiner, QB 

1962 Tom Brown, HB 

1963 Dick Shiner, HB 

1964 Tom Hickey, HB 

1965 Walt Marciniak, HB 

1966 Alan Pastrana, QB 

1967 Billy Lovett, FB 

1968 Billy Lovett, FB 

1969 Tom Miller, FB 

1970 Art Seymore, HB 

1971 Al Neville, QB 

1972 Bob Avellini, QB 

1973 Louis Carter, TB 

1974 Louis Carter, TB 

1975 John Schultz, WB 

1976 Mark Manges, QB 

1977 Larry Dick, QB 
George Scott, HB 

1978 Steve Atkins, TB 

1979 Charlie Wysocki, TB 

1980 Charlie Wysocki, TB 

1981 Boomer Esiason, QB 

1982 Boomer Esiason, QB 
Willie Joyner, RB 

1983 Willie Joyner, RB 

1984 Rick Badanjek, FB 

1985 Rick Badanjek, FB 

1986 Tommy Neal, RB 

1987 Bren Lowery, RB 

1988 Ricky Johnson, TB 

1989 Ricky Johnson, TB 

1990 Scott Zolak, QB 

1991 Troy Jackson, RB 

1992 John Kaleo, QB 

1993 Jermaine Lewis, WR 

1994 Allen Williams, RB 

1995 Buddy Rodgers, RB 



1952 
1953 
1954 
1955 
1956 
1957 
1958 
1959 
1960 
1961 
1962 
1963 
1964 
1965 
1966 
1967 
1968 
1969 
1970 
1971 
1972 
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1974 
1975 
1976 

1977 
1978 
1979 
1980 
1981 
1982 
1983 
1984 
1985 
1986 
1987 
1988 
1989 
1990 
1991 
1992 
1993 
1994 
1995 



Offensive 
Lineman 

Tom Cosgrove, C 
Marty Crytzer, E 
Jack Bowersox, G 
Russell Dennis, E 
Al Wharton, T 
Tom Gunderman, G 
Fred Cole, T 
Tom Gunderman, G 
Bob 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 
Billy Hughes, C 
Mark Agent, C 
Mike Kiselak, OG 
Clarence Jones, OT 
Mitch Suplee, C 
Steve Ingram, OT 
Steve Ingram, OT 
Steve Ingram, OT 
Darryl 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 Stickel, 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 Mike Jarmolowich, LB 

1992 Scott Rosen, DB 

1993 Orlando Strozier, DB 

1994 Andreal Johnson, CB 

1995 Chad Scott, CB 



Note: These awards were discontinued after 1995. 



Defensive 
Lineman 

1952 John Alderman, E 

1953 Bob Morgan, T 

1954 Tom McLuckie, G 

1955 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 

1963 Joe Ferrante, G 

1964 Olaf Drozdov, DT 

1965 Larry Bagranoff, DT 

1966 Jim Lavrusky, LB 

1967 Mike Grace, DG 

1968 Henry Gareis, DE 

1969 Peter Mattia, DT 

1970 Guy Roberts, DE 

1971 Chris Cowdrey, DE 

1972 Paul Vellano, DG 

1973 Randy White, DT 

1974 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, DG 

1983 none 

1984 Pete Koch, DG 

1985 Bruce Mesner, DG 

1986 Bruce Mesner, DG 

1987 Ted Chapman, DT 

1988 Warren Powers, DT 

1989 Larry Webster, DT 

1990 Rick Fleece, DG 

1991 Larry Webster, DT 

1992 Darren Drozdov, DT 

1993 Jaime Flores, DE 

1994 Jamie Bragg, DT 

1995 Johnnie Hicks, DT 




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Terp Tidbits 

► More than 140 Maryland 
players have gone on to 
NFL careers, including 
Super Bowl XXXIV 
participants Neil O'Donnell 
(left) and Frank Wycheck 
(right) 

► Two former Terps 
earned world 
championship rings in 
their first year as pros in 
2000: Cliff Crosby with the 
Super Bowl champion St. 
Louis Rams and Kendall 
Ogle with the World Bowl 
champion Rhein Fire. 

► Lewis Sanders was 
chosen in the fourth round 
of the 2000 draft by the 
Cleveland Browns. Delbert 
Cowsette became the 
174th Maryland player ever 
chosen when he was taken 
in the seventh round by the 
Washington Redskins. 



Terps on 1999 NFL Rosters 202 

Terps in Other Pro Leagues 202 

All-Time Terps in the NFL 203 

Terp Coaches in the NFL 205 

First Round Draft Picks 206 

Ail-Time NFL Draft Picks 206 

NFL Players by Position 208 

Frank Reich: 
The King of Comebacks 210 



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ferps On 1999 NFl Rosters 




Baltimore Ravens 

JfRMAINF iFWIS, WB 

Larry Webster. BT 

Carolina Panthers 

CimtNci Ionis. BT 

Cleveland Browns 

Kfnoau Ogie. IB 

Dallas Cowboys 

Mm Kisilak, OG 

Detroit Lions 

J.B. Brown. BB 

Indianapolis Colts 

Batcuff Thomas, IB 

Jacksonville Jagdars 

Stive Ingram, GT 

Kansas City Chiefs 

Eric Hicks, BE 



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Miami Dolphins 

Scott Zoiak, QB 

New York Jets 

Eric Bgbogu, BE 

Oakland Raiders 

Eric Barton, IB 

Philadelphia Eagles 

At Waiiaci, BE 

Pittsburgh Steelers 

Chad Scon, BB 

St. Louis Rams 

Cuff Crosby, BB 

Seattle Seahawks 

Kevin Gioufr, C 

Tampa Bay Buccaneers 

Scott Milanovich, BB 

Tennessee Titans 

Men B'BoNNtu, QB 
Frank Wy check, HB 



Scott Zoiak 



Terps In Other Pro 
Leagoes 11999-2000) 

NFl Europe 

Scott Milanovich (Berlin Thunder), Kendall Ogle 
(Rhein Fire), Rasheed Simmons (Scottish Claymores) 

Arena Football Ieague 

Henry Baker (New Jersey Red Dogs), Johnnie Hicks 
(Albany Firebirds), Anthony Jenkins (Albany 
Firebirds), Mancel Johnson (Roanoke Steam), John 
Kaleo (New England Sea Wolves, Tampa Bay Storm), 
Joe O'Donnell (Florida Bobcats) 

Canadian Football League 

David Hack (Hamilton Tiger-Cats), Geroy Simon 
(Hamilton Tiger-Cats, Winnipeg Blue Bombers), 
Irv Smith (Montreal Alouettes) 

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Abour-Ra'oof, WR 

Kansas City (1988-89) 

Dick Absher, LB-K 

Washington (1967) 
Atlanta (1967-68) 
New Orleans (1969-71) 
Philadelphia (1972) 

John Aloerton. DE 

Pittsburgh (1953) 

O'Brien Alston, LB 

Indianapolis (1988-92) 

Steve Atkins. RB 

Green Bay (1979-81) 
Philadelphia (1981) 

Jess Atkinson, PK 

N.Y. Giants (1985) 
St. Louis (1985) 
Washington (1986-87) 
Indianapolis (1988) 

Bob Aveuini. QB 

Chicago Bears (1975-83) 
N.Y. Jets (1984) 

Rick Badaniek, FB 

Washington (1986) 
Atlanta (1987-88) 

Eric Barton, LB 

Oakland (1999) 

Dick Bielski, FB-TE-PK 

Philadelphia (1955-59) 
Dallas (1960-61) 
Baltimore Colts (1962-63) 

Alvin Blount, RB 

Dallas (1987) 

Bod Breedloue, LB 

Washington (1960-64) 
Pittsburgh (1965-67) 





Eric Barton played in all 16 games 
with the Raiders as a rookie in 1999. 



Boomer Esiason played with the Bengal 

Brooke Brewer, HB 

Cleveland (1921) 

Akron (1922) 

Donald Brown, DB 

Miami (1986) 
San Diego (1986) 
N.Y. Giants (1987) 

J.B. Brown, DB 

Miami (1989-96) 
Pittsburgh (1997) 
Arizona (1998) 
Detroit (1999) 

Tom Brown, S 

Green Bay (1964-68) 
Washington (1969) 

Lloyd Burruss, S 

Kansas City (1981-91, 1993) 
Denver (1992) 

Harry Butsko, LB 

Washington (1963) 



sfrom 1984-92 and in 1997. 

Joe Campbell, DE 

New Orleans (1977-78) 
Oakland (1979-81) 
Tampa Bay (1981) 

Louis Carter, RB 

Oakland (1975) 
Tampa Bay (1976-78) 

Ted Chapman, DE 

LA. Raiders (1987) 

Tom Cichowski, T 

Denver (1967-68) 

Fred Cole, G 

L.A. Chargers (1960) 

Gary Collins, FL-P 

Cleveland (1962-71) 

Lloyd Colteryahn, E 

Baltimore Colts (1954-56) 

George Colton, G 

New England (1987) 



Ed Cooke, DE 

Chicago Bears (1958) 
Philadelphia (1958) 
Baltimore Colts (1959) 
N.Y. Titans (1960-62) 
N.Y. Jets (1963) 
Denver (1964-65) 
Miami (1966-67) 

Jim Corcoran, QB 
Cliff Crosby, DB 

Cincinnati (1999) 
St. Louis (1999) 

Dave Crossan, C 

Washington (1965-69) 

Dave D'Addio. BB 

Detroit (1984) 

Matt D'Amico, LB 

Cincinnati (1989) 

Jack Davis, G 

Boston (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.Y. Jets (1993-95) 
Arizona (1996-97) 

Chuck Faucette, LB 

San Diego (1987-88) 

Ron Fazio, TE 

Philadelphia (1987) 

Ralph Felton, LR 

Washington (1954-60) 
Buffalo (1961-62) 

Andy Fletcher, FB 

Buffalo (1920) 

Ed Fullerton, DB 

Pittsburgh (1953) 

Ed Fulton, G 

L.A. Rams (1978) 
Buffalo (1979) 

Lu Gambino, HB 

Baltimore Colts (1948-49) 

Stan Gelbaugh, QB 

Buffalo (1986-89) 
Seattle (1992-95) 

Neil Glenn, OT 

New England (1991) 

Kevin Glover, C 

Detroit (1985-97) 
Seattle (1998-99) 



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Tony Greene, CB 

Buffalo (1971-79) 

Chit Hanulak, HB 

Cleveland (1954, 1957) 

Bon Healv, T 

Chicago (1958-59) 
Dallas (1960-61) 
Buffalo (1962) 

Bo Hickey, RB 

Denver (1967) 

Eric Hicks, BE 

Kansas City (1998-) 

Steve Ingram, OL 

Tampa Bay (1995) 
Jacksonville (1999) 

Ben Jefferson, OT 

Indianapolis (1989-90) 

Rick Jennings, WR 

Oakland (1976-77) 
Tampa Bay (1977) 
San Francisco (1977) 

Barry Johnson, WR 

Denver (1991-92) 

Charles Johnson, NT 

Green Bay (1979-80, 1983) 

Vernon Joines, WR 

Cleveland (1989-90) 
Denver (1991) 

Clarence Jones, GT 

N.Y. Giants (1991-94) 
St. Louis Rams (1995) 
New Orleans (1996-98) 
Carolina (1999) 

Stan Jones, G-T-BT 

Chicago Bears (1954-65) 
Washington (1966) 

Willie Joyner, BB 

Houston (1984) 

Vince Kinney, WB 

Denver (1978-79) 

Bill Kirchiro, G 

Baltimore Colts (1962) 

Mike Kiselak, OL 

Dallas (1998-) 

Pete Koch, BE 

Cincinnati (1984) 
Kansas City (1985-88) 
L.A. Raiders (1989-90) 

Ray Kroose, BT 

N.Y. Giants (1951-55) 
Detroit (1956-57) 
Baltimore Colts (1958-59) 
Washington (1960) 

Pete Ladygo, G 

Pittsburgh (1952, 1954) 

Jermaine Lewis, WB 

Baltimore Ravens (1996-) 




Jermaine Lewis has been a standout 

John Lookaraogh, E 

Washington (1946-47) 

J.O. Maarleueld, T 

Tampa Bay (1986-87) 

Mark Manges, QB 

St. Louis (1978) 

Larry Marshall, KB-BB 

Kansas City (1972-73) 
Minnesota (1974) 
Philadelphia (1974-77) 
L.A. Rams (1978) 

Jim Meade, FB 

Washington (1939-40) 

Boland Merritt, WB 

Washington (1970) 

Bruce Mesner, BT 

Buffalo (1987) 
Kansas City (1988) 

Scon Milanovich, QB 

Tampa Bay (1996-99) 

Steve Mike-Mayer, PK 

San Francisco (1975-76) 
Detroit (1977) 
New Orleans (1978) 
Baltimore Colts (1979-80) 

James Milling, WB 

Atlanta (1988-91) 
N.Y. Giants (1991) 

Charlie Mills, FB 

Buffalo (1920) 



with the Baltimore Ravens since 1996. 

BlCK MODZELEWSKI, BT 

Washington (1953-54) 
Pittsburgh (1955) 
N.Y. Giants (1956-63) 
Cleveland (1964-66) 

Ed Modzelewski, FB 

Pittsburgh (1952) 
Cleveland (1955-59) 

Tommy Mont, QB 

Washington (1947-49) 

Bob Morgan, T 

Chicago Cardinals (1954) 
Washington (1954) 

Joe Moss, T 

Washington (1952) 

Chip Myrtle, LB 

Denver (1967-72) 
San Diego (1974) 

Benaldo Nehemiah, WB 

San Francisco (1982-84) 

Ed Nickla, G 

Chicago (1959) 

Bick Nolan, BB 

N.Y. Giants (1954-57, 1959-61) 
Chicago Cardinals (1958) 
Dallas (1962) 

Jack Norris, E 

Staten Island (1932) 



Neil O'Oonnell, QB 

Pittsburgh (1990-95) 
N.Y. Jets (1996-97) 
Cincinnati (1998) 
Tennessee (1999) 

Eric Ogrogu, LB 

New York Jets (1998-) 

Kendall Ogle, LB 

Cleveland (1999) 

Neal Olkewicz, LB 

Washington (1979-89) 

Bave 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 (1960) 

Ban Plocki, K 

Cleveland (1989) 

Warren Powers, BE 

Denver (1989-92) 

Bob Baba, TE 

N.Y. Jets (1977-79) 
Baltimore Colts (1980) 
Washington (1981) 







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Don Ratliff. DE 

Philadelphia (1975) 

Frank Reich. QR 

[0 (1985-94) 
Carolina (1995) 
N.Y. Jets (1996) 
Detroit (1997-98) 

Guv Roberts. LB 

Houston (1972-75) 
Atlanta (1976) 
Miami (1977) 

Walter Rock. T 

San Francisco (1963-67) 
Washington (1968-73) 

Jeff Rodenberger. RR 

New Orleans (1987) 

Stan Rogers, T 

Denver (1975) 

Mike Sandusky, T-G 

Pittsburgh (1957-65) 

Jack Scarbath, QR 

Washington (1953-54) 
Pittsburgh (1956) 

Scott Schankweiler, LB 

Buffalo (1987) 

Ken Schrov, S 

N.Y. Jets (1977-84) 

John Schuitz. WR 

Denver (1976-78) 



Chad Scott. DR 

Pittsburgh (1997-) 

Sean Scott, LB 

Dallas (1988) 

Ren Scotti, DB 

Washington (1959-61) 
Philadelphia (1962-63) 
San Francisco (1964) 

Dick Shiner, QR 

Washington (1964-66) 
Cleveland (1967) 
Pittsburgh (1968-69) 
N.Y. Giants (1970) 
Atlanta (1971-73) 
New England (1973-74) 

Roger Shoals, T 

Cleveland (1963-64) 
Detroit (1965-70) 
Denver (1971) 

Eric Sievers, TE 

San Diego (1981-88) 
L.A. Rams (1988) 
New England (1989-90) 

Geroy Simon, WR 

Tampa Bay (1997) 

Irv Smith. DB 

Washington (1993) 

Jerry Snyder, HR 

N.Y. Giants (1929) 
Staten Island (1930) 





Randy White played with the Cowboys from 1975-88 and was named co-MVP 
of Super Bowl XII as Dallas topped the Broncos. 



Al Wallace has spent three NFL 
seasons with the Eagles. 

Ron Soit, G 

Indianapolis (1984-88. 1992) 
Philadelphia (1988-91) 

Chad Sydnor, DB 

Chicago (1989) 

Ratcliff Thomas, LB 

Indianapolis (1999) 

John Tice, TE 

New Orleans (1983-91) 
Minnesota (1992-94) 

Mike Tice, TE 

Seattle (1981-88. 1990-92) 
Washington (1989) 
Minnesota (1993, 1995) 

Steve Trimble, DB 

Denver (1981-83) 

Billy Van Heusen.SE-P 

Denver (1968-76) 

Ed Vereb. HB 

Washington (1960) 

Kevin Walker, LB 

Cincinnati (1988-92) 

Al Wallace, DE 

Philadelphia (1997-) 

Ron Waller, HB KR 

L.A. Rams (1955-58) 
L.A. Chargers (1960) 

Larry Webster, DT 

Miami (1992-94) 
Cleveland (1995) 
Baltimore Ravens (1996-) 

Bandy White, DT 
Walter White. TE 

Kansas City (1975-79) 



Eric Wilson, LB 

Buffalo (1985-86) 

Tim Wilson. BB-TE 

Houston (1977-82) 
New Orleans (1983-84) 

Elmer Wingate, DE 

Baltimore Colts (1953) 

John Wright, FB 

Baltimore Colts (1947) 

Kervin Wyatt, LB 
Frank Wycheck, HB 

Washington (1993-94) 
Houston/Tennessee (1995-) 

Scott Zolak, QB 

New England (1991-98) 
Miami (1999) 

Note: Through 1999 season — additions or 
corrections to the above list should be submit- 
ted to the Maryland media relations office. 



Maryland Head 

Coaches to Coach 

In NFL 

Bobby Ross 

Maryland (1982-86) 

San Diego Chargers (1992-96) 
Detroit Lions (1997-present) 

Lou Saban 

Maryland (1966) 
Boston Patriots (1960-61) 
Buffalo Bills (1962-65. 1972-76) 
Denver Broncos (1967-71) 

Clark Shaughnessy 

Maryland (1942, 1946) 

Los Angeles Rams (1948-49) 

Maryland Players 
to Coach In NFL 

Dick Modzelewski 

Cleveland Browns (1977) 

Dick Nolan 

San Francisco 49ers (1968-75) 
New Orleans Saints (1978-80) 

Ron Waller 

San Diego Chargers (1973) 
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First Round Draft Picks 

1952 Ed Modzetewski, B (5) Pittsburgh 

1953 Jack Scarbath, B (2) Washington 

1954 Bernie Faloney, B (10) .... San Francisco 

1955 Dick Bielski, B (8) Philadelphia 

1956 Bob Pellegrini, C (3) Philadelphia 

Ed Vereb, B (11) Washington 

1962 Gary Collins, E Cleveland 

Boston (AFL) 

1975 Randy White, DT (2) Dallas 

1977 Joe Campbell, DE (7) New Orleans 

1984 Pete Koch, DE (16) Cincinnati 

Ron Solt, OG (19) Indianapolis 

1997 Chad Scott, DB (24) Pittsburgh 




Ed Modzetewski Jack Scarbath 




Bernie Faloney 




Bob Pellegrini 



Gary Collins 




Ron Solt 




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Ed Vereb 




Randy White 




Chad Scott 



1937 

6 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 

11 Emile Fritz, G Chicago Bears 

1948 

28 Harry Bonk, B Boston 

1959 

20 Fred Davis, E Detroit 

25 Jim Brasher, C Cleveland 

26 Earl Roth, B Washington 

1951 

2 Ray Krouse, T New York Giants 

4 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 

16 Pete Ladygo, G Pittsburgh 

23 Paul Nestor, T Chicago Bears 

24 Bob Ward, G Texas 

26 Chuck Fry, T Chicago Cardinals 

27 Bill Maletzky, G Cleveland 

28 Karney Scioscia, B Chicago Bears 

30 Bob 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 

7 John Alderton, E Pittsburgh 

8 Bob Morgan, T Los Angeles Rams 

8 Lew Weidensaul, E Washington 

22 Ed O'Connor, T Pittsburgh 

25 Art Hurd, G Washington 

1954 

1 Bernie Faloney, B San Francisco 

2 Chet Hanulak, B Cleveland 

4 Dick Nolan, B New York Giants 

4 Charlie Boxold, B San Francisco 

4 Ralph Felton, B Washington 

12 Tom Breunich, T Cleveland 

13 Charles Lattimer, C Pittsburgh 

26 Ralph Baierl, T Green Bay 



1955 

1 Dick Bielski, B Philadelphia 

2 Ron Waller, B Los Angeles Rams 

6 Jack Bowersox, G Chicago Cardinals 

8 Sam Irvine, C Chicago Cardinals 

8 Bill Walker, E Detroit 

13 Tom McLuckie, G Chicago Cardinals 

15 Don Brougher, C Philadelphia 

17 Lynn Beightol, B Green Bay 

22 George Albrecht, B Detroit 

26 George Palahunik, G Philadelphia 

1956 

1 Bob Pellegrini, C Philadelphia 

1 Ed Vereb, B Washington 

8 Russ Dennis, E Green Bay 

10 Bob Laughery, B Green Bay 

11 Tom Selep, B Detroit 

1957 

4 Mike Sandusky, T San Francisco 

14 Joe Lazzarino, T Los Angeles Rams 

15 Gene Alderton, C Detroit 

16 Ed Heuring, E Chicago Bears 

17 Frank Tamburello, B Cleveland 

18 Al Wharton, G Chicago Bears 

23 Jack Healy, B New York Giants 

29 Howie Dare, B Green Bay 

1958 

3 Ed Cooke, E Chicago Bears 

3 Don Healy, T Chicago Bears 

28 Wilbur Main, B Chicago Bears 

1959 

6 Fred Cole, G Chicago Bears 

14 Kurt Schwarz, G Washington 

1960 

3 Rod Breedlove, G San Francisco 

1961 

16 Roger Shoals, T Cleveland 

17 Everett Cloud, B Dallas 

1962 

1 Gary Collins, E Cleveland 

7 Bill Kirchiro, G St. Louis 

14 Jim Davidson, B Detroit 

15 Dick Barlund, E St. Louis 

1963 

2 Tom Brown, B Green Bay 

2 Walter Rock, G San Francisco 

3 Dave Crossan, G-C Philadelphia 

15 Harry Butsko, LB Washington 

1964 

7 Dick Shiner, QB Washington 

14 Ernie Arizzi, B Philadelphia 

1965 

9 Ken Ambrusko, B Chicago Bears 

14 Jerry Fishman, LB Baltimore 



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1966 

Tom Cichowski, OT 



.Green Bay 



1967 

5 Dick Absher, TE Philadelphia 

14 Bo Hickey, FB St. Louis 

1968 

13 Tom Myslinski, OG New York Jets 

1969 

10 Ron Pearson, TE-LB Chicago Bears 

11 Alan Pastrana, QB Denver 

12 Harry Blackney, RB New York Giants 

1970 

7 Roland Merritt, WR Washington 

9 Ralph Sonntag, OT Washington 

1972 

8 Guy Roberts, LB Houston 

15 Larry Marshall, DB Kansas City 

1974 

7 Bart Purvis, OT Green Bay 

14 Paul Vellano, DT Chicago Bears 

1975 

1 Randy White, DT Dallas 

3 Louis Carter, RB Oakland 

3 Steve Mike-Mayer, PK San Francisco 

3 Walter White, TE Pittsburgh 

5 Stan Rogers, OT Denver 

6 Bob Avellini, QB Chicago Bears 

10 Phil Wagenheim, P Baltimore 

10 Ken Schroy, DB Philadelphia 

12 Harry Walters, LB Denver 

16 Robert Smith, DB Baltimore 

17 Frank Russell, WR Baltimore 

1976 

11 Rick Jennings, RB Oakland 

1977 

1 Joe Campbell, DE New Orleans 

3 Tim Wilson, RB Houston 

3 Ed Fulton, OG Los Angeles Rams 

6 Tom Schick, OG New Orleans 

12 Dave Conrad, OT New York Jets 

1978 

4 Mark Manges, QB Los Angeles Rams 

10 Vince Kinney, WR Denver 

1979 

2 Steve Atkins, RB Green Bay 

3 Charles Johnson, DT Green Bay 

1980 

10 Larry Stewart, OT Baltimore 

1981 

3 Lloyd Burruss, DB Kansas City 

4 Eric Sievers, TE San Diego 

6 Sam Johnson, DB Detroit 

11 Ed Gall, DT New York Jets 




1 981 draft pick Eric Sievers 

1982 

9 Darnell Dailey, LB St. Louis 

1983 

3 John Tice, TE New Orleans 

4 Mark Duda, DT St. Louis 

7 Gurnest Brown, DT Buffalo 

1984 

1 Pete Koch, DE Cincinnati 

1 Ron Solt, OG Indianapolis 

2 Boomer Esiason, QB Cincinnati 

4 Dave D'Addio, RB Detroit 

7 Willie Joyner, RB Houston 

12 Russell Davis, WR Buffalo 



1985 



2 Kevin Glover, C Detroit 

3 Frank Reich, QB Buffalo 

7 Eric Wilson, LB Green Bay 

1986 

5 J.D. Maarleveld, OT Tampa Bay 

5 Donald Brown, DB San Diego 

6 Stan Gelbaugh, QB Dallas 

7 Rick Badanjek, RB Washington 

9 George Colton, OG New England 

11 Len Lynch, OG New York Giants 

1987 

8 Bruce Mesner, DE Buffalo 

9 Alvin Blount, RB Dallas 

10 Chuck Faucette, LB New York Giants 

11 Tommy Neal, RB Denver 

1988 

3 Kevin Walker, LB Cincinnati 

3 Ferrell Edmunds, TE Miami 

9 Azizuddin Abdur-Ra'oof, WR Kansas City 

10 O'Brien Alston, LB Indianapolis 

11 James Milling, WR Atlanta 



1989 

2 Warren Powers, DE Denver 

5 Vernon Joines, WR Cleveland 

11 Dan Plocki, PK Cleveland 

12 J.B. Brown, DB Miami 

1990 

3 Neil O'Donnell, QB Pittsburgh 

12 Blaine Rose, OG New England 

1991 

4 Scott Zolak, QB New England 

4 Clarence Jones, OT New York Giants 

9 O'Neil Glenn, OG New England 

1992 

3 Larry Webster, DT Miami 

7 Derek Steele, DE Indianapolis 

1993 

6 Frank Wycheck, TE Washington 

1995 

7 Steve Ingram, OG Tampa Bay 

1996 

5 Jermaine Lewis, WR Baltimore 

1997 

1 Chad Scott, DB Pittsburgh 

1998 

6 Eric Ogbogu, DE New York Jets 

1999 

5 Eric Barton, LB Oakland 

6 Kendall Ogle, LB Cleveland 

2000 

4 Lewis Sanders, DB Cleveland 

7 Delbert Cowsette, DT Washington 

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Quarterbacks 



Bob Avellini 


1975-84 


Jim Corcoran 


1968 


Boomer Esiason 


1984-97 


Stan Gelbaugh 


1986-95 


Mark Manges 


1978 


Scott Milanovich 


1996- 


Tommy Mont 


1947-49 


Neil O'Donnell 


1990- 


Al Pastrana 


1969-70 


Frank Reich 


1985-98 


Jack Scarbath 


1953-56 


Dick Shiner 


1964-74 


Scott Zolak 


1991-99 



Bob Avetlini 




Running Backs 



Steve Atkins 


1979-81 


Rick Badanjek 


1986-88 


Dick Bielski 


1955-63 


Alvin Blount 


1987 


Brooke Brewer 


1921-22 


Louis Carter 


1975-78 


Dave D'Addio 


1984 


Andy Fletcher 


1920 


Lu Gambino 


1948-49 


Chet Hanulak 


1954-57 


Bo Hickey 


1967 


Willie Joyner 


1984 


Jim Meade 


1939-40 


Charlie Mills 


1920 


Ed Modzelewski 


1952/55-59 


Jeff Rodenberger 


1987 


Jerry Snyder 


1929-30 


Ed Vereb 


1960 


Ron Waller 


1955-58/60 


Tim Wilson 


1977-84 


John Wright 


1947 


Frank Wycheck 


1993- 



Frank Wycheck 




Receivers/Tight Ends 



Azizuddin Abdur-Ra'oof 

Dick Bielski 
Gary Collins 
Lloyd Colteryahn 
Ferrell Edmunds 
Ron Fazio 
Rick Jennings 
Barry Johnson 
Vernon Joines 
Vince Kinney 
Jermaine Lewis 
Roland Merritt 
James Milling 
Renaldo Nehemiah 
Rob Raba 
John Schultz 
Eric Sievers 
Geroy Simon 
John Tice 
Mike Tice 
Billy Van Heusen 
Walter White 



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1988-89 

1955-63 
1962-71 


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1954-56 


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1988-94 


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1987 

1976-77 

1991-92 




1989-91 


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1978-79 


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1996- 


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1970 
1988-91 


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1982-84 


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1977-81 




1976-78 


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1981-90 




1997 
1983-94 


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1981-95 




1968-76 




1975-79 


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Jermaine Lewis 





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Offensive Linemen 



Tom Cichowski 
Fred Cole 
George Colton 
Dave Crossan 
Jack Davis 
Ed Fulton 
0'Neil Glenn 
Kevin Glover 
Don Healy 
Steve Ingram 
Ben Jefferson 
Clarence Jones 
Stan Jones 
Bill Kirchiro 
Mike Kiselak 
Pete Ladygo 
J.D. Maarleveld 
Bob Morgan 
Joe Moss 
Ed Nickla 
Dave Pacella 
Walter Rock 
Stan Rogers 
Mike Sandusky 
Ron Solt 







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Defensive Linemen 



John Alderton 
Joe Campbell 
Ted Chapman 
Ed Cooke 
Darren Drozdov 
Mark Duda 
Eric Hicks 
Charles Johnson 
Stan Jones 
Pete Koch 
Ray Krouse 
John Lookabaugh 
Bruce Mesner 
Dick Modzelewski 
Bob Morgan 
Jack Norris 
Eric Ogbogu 
Warren Powers 
Don Ratliff 
Walter Rock 
Roger Shoals 
Al Wallace 
Larry Webster 
Randy White 
Elmer Wingate 



Donald Brown 
J.B. Brown 
Tom Brown 
Lloyd Burruss 
Cliff Crosby 
Ed Fullerton 
Tony Greene 
Larry Marshall 
Dick Nolan 
Ken Schroy 
Chad Scott 
Ben Scotti 
Irv Smith 
Chad Sydnor 
Steve Trimble 



1953 

1977-81 

1987 

1958-67 

1993 

1983-87 

1998- 

1979-80 

1954-66 

1984-90 

1951-60 

1946-47 

1987-88 

1953-66 

1954 

1932 

1998- 

1989-92 

1975 

1963-73 

1963-71 

1997- 

1992- 

1975-88 

1953 




Defensive Backs 



1986-87 

1989- 

1964-69 

1981-93 

1999 

1953 

1971-79 

1972-78 

1954-62 

1977-84 

1997- 

1959-64 

1993 

1989 

1981-83 



J.B. Brown 




Linebackers 



Dick Absher 
O'Brien Alston 
Eric Barton 
Rod Breedlove 
Harry Butsko 
Matt D'Amico 
Chuck Faucette 
Ralph Felton 
Chip Myrtle 
Kendall Ogle 
Neal Olkewicz 
Bob Pellegrini 
Phil Perlo 
Guy Roberts 
Scott Schankweiler 
Sean Scott 
Ratcliff Thomas 
Kevin Walker 
Eric Wilson 
Kervin Wyatt 



1967-72 

1988-92 

1999 

1960-67 

1963 

1989 

1987-88 

1954-62 

1967-72,74 

1999 

1979-89 

1956/58-65 

1960 

1972-77 

1987 

1988 

1999 

1988-92 

1985-87 

1980 



Ratcliff Thomas 




Kickers/Punters 



Dick Absher 
Jess Atkinson 
Dick Bielski 
Gary Collins 
Larry Marshall 
Steve Mike-Mayer 
Dan Plocki 
Billy Van Heusen 
Ron Waller 



1967-72 

1985-88 

1955-63 

1962-71 

1972-78 

1975-80 

1989 

1968-76 

1955-58/60 



Jess Atkinson 




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When it comes to engineering 
record-setting comeback victories, 
no one has done it better than 
Maryland's Frank Reich, who was 
at the controls for the greatest 
comebacks in NCAA and NFL his- 
tory. 

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 come- 
back in NCAA history. Down 31- 
at halftime to the defending 
national champion Miami Hurri- 
canes, head coach Bobby Ross in- 
serted Reich into the lineup in 
place of Stan Gelbaugh, and 
Reich proceeded 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, 
1993, Reich met destiny again 
as he led the Buffalo Bills to the 
greatest comeback in pro foot- 
ball annals. As in the Miami game 
in 1984, Reich came off the 
bench and performed his heroics 
against a top-notch opponent. 
This time the foe was the Hous- 
ton 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 289 yards and four 
touchdowns as the Bills went on 
to win 41-38 in overtime. 




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Haywood Jeffires 3 yard pass from Warren Moon (Al Del Greco kick) Hou, 7-0 
Steve Christie 36 yard field goal Hou. 7-3 

Webster Slaughter 7 yard pass from Moon (Del Greco kick) Hou, 14-3 

Curtis Duncan 26 yard pass from Moon (Del Greco kick) Hou, 21-3 

Jeffires 27 yard pass from Moon (Del Greco kick) Hou, 28-3 

Johnny McDowell 58 yard interception return (Del Greco kick) Hou, 35-3 
Kenneth Davis 1 yard run (Christie kick) Hou, 35-10 

Don Beebe 38 yard pass from Frank Reich (Christie kick) Hou, 35-17 

Andre Reed 26 yard pass from Reich (Christie kick) Hou, 35-24 

Reed 18 yard pass from Reich (Christie kick) Hou, 35-31 

Reed 17 yard pass from Reich (Christie kick) Buf, 38-35 

Del Greco 26 yard field goal Tie, 38-38 

Christie 32 yard field goal Buf. 41-38 

Rushing: Oilers- White 19-75. Moon 2-7, Montgomery 1-0; Bills- Davis 13-68, Thomas 11-26, 

Gardner 1-5, Reich 1-minus 1 
Passing: Oilers- Moon 36-50-371 4 TD, 2 INT; Bills- Reich 21-34-289 4 TD, 1 INT 
Receiving: Oilers- Givens 9-117. Jeffires 8-98, Slaughter 8-73, Duncan 8-57, Harris 2-24, White 
1-11; Bills- Reed 8-136, Beebe 4-64, Metzelaars 3-43, Davis 2-25, Lofton 2-24, Thomas 2- 
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Reich led Maryland to victory after trailing 31-0 at the half. 

November 10, 1984 
Maryland 42, Miami 40 

Maryland 21 21 -42 

Miami (Fla.) 7 24 3 6-40 

1-Miami Bernie Kosar 1 yard run (Greg Cox kick) Mia. 7-0 

2-Miami Willie Smith 7 yard pass from Kosar (Cox kick) Mia, 14-0 

.' Mi Smith 11 yard pass from Kosar (Cox kick) Mia, 21-0 

2-Miami Cox 48 yard field goal Mia. 24-0 

2-Miami Charles Henry 1 yard pass from Kosar (Cox kick) Mia, 31-0 

3-Maryland Greg Hill 39 yard pass from Frank Reich (Jess Atkinson kick) Mia, 31-7 

3-Maryland Reich 1 yard run (Atkinson kick) Mia, 31-14 

: Mi, urn Cox 19 yard field goal Mia, 34-14 

3-Maryland Alvin Blount 1 yard pass from Reich (Atkinson kick) Mia, 34-21 

4-Maryland Tommy Neat 14 yard run (Atkinson kick) Mia, 34-28 

4-Maryland Hill 68 yard pass from Reich (Atkinson kick) UM, 35-34 

4-Maryland Rick Badanjek 4 yard run (Atkinson kick) UM, 42-34 

4-Miami Eddie Brown 5 yard pass from Kosar (2-pt pass failed) UM, 42-40 

Rushing: Maryland- Badanjek 18-40, Blount 9-36, Neal 6-33, Hill 1-minus 2, Reich 6-minus 14, 

Wright 1-minus 14; Miami- Bratton 11-63, Highsmith 11-43, Oliver 5-15, Kosar 4-minus 9, 
Passing: Maryland- Reich 12-15-260 3 TD, INT, Gelbaugh 6-14-35 TD, 1 INT; Miami- Kosar 

30-50-363 4 TD, 2 INT 
Receiving: Maryland- Hill 8-182, Holder 3-37, Blount 313, Abdur-Ra'oof 2-22, Badanjek 1-23, Edmunds 

1 18 ; Miami- Smith 12-128, Bratton 7-169, Oliver 5-29, Highsmith 3-24, Brown 2-12, Henry 1-1 



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► The University of 
Maryland is a sought-after 
destination for some of the 
states — and the 
country's — best and 
brightest students. 

► Byrd Stadium and the 
adjoining Gossett Football 
Team House are among the 
first-class facilities 
utilized by members of the 
football program. 

► Maryland's director of 
athletics Deborah A. Yow 
was elected in summer 
2000 as the president of 
NACDA, the nation's 
governing association for 
athletic directors and 
administrators. 



University of Maryland 212 

Colleges and Schools 214 

President CD. Mote, Jr 216 

A.D. Deborah A. Yow 217 

Athletic Administration 218 

Acad. Support & Career Dev 220 

Undergraduate Programs 222 

Distinguished Alumni 223 

Medical Staff 224 

Strength & Conditioning 225 

Terrapin Club 226 

Major Gift Fundraising 227 

The M Club 227 

Athletic Staff Directory 228 

Maryland Coaches Directory 228 

Byrd Stadium 230 

Gossett Team House 232 

Terps on Radio 234 

Covering the Terps 235 

Media Information 236 

Staying in College Park 238 

Maryland 2000 Quick Facts 239 

Index 240 




leading 

the Way 

into the 

21st Century 

•A Carnegie Research-! University 

Member, Assoc, 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 Maryland 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 education,, but to aim for anything less would be 
unworthy of a great university's goals for its students. Ten years ago, Prom- 
ises to Keep, a plan for undergraduate education at Maryland, articulated 
those goals so eloquently we repeat them here. 

Undergraduate education at Maryland "aims to provide students with a 
sense of identity and purpose, a concern for others, a sense of responsi- 
bility for the quality of life around them, a continuing eagerness for 

i knowledge and understanding, and a foundation for a lifetime of per- 

f sonal enrichment." 

As we learn with and from one another, we try to "develop human 

t values," "celebrate tolerance and fairness," "contribute to the social 
conscience," "monitor and assess private and collective assump- 
l» tions," and "recognize the glory, tragedy and humor of the human 
condition." Your years at the University of Maryland can provide 
you with all the tools you need to accomplish these goals. 
Students here are "educated to be able to read with percep- 
tion and pleasure, write and speak with clarity and verve, 
handle numbers and computation proficiently, reason 
mathematically, generate clear questions and find prob- 
able arguments, reach substantiated conclusions, and 
accept ambiguity." 

And we also hope you enjoy the journey. 



University ot Maryland 



The Campus 

The University of Maryland, College Park, 
is the most comprehensive institution of 
higher education, research and service in the 
state. The university offers 100 undergradu- 
ate majors, 88 master's programs and 69 doc- 
toral programs in 13 colleges and schools. 

The university is one of only 30 public 
research universities that are members of the 
prestigious 58-member Association of Ameri- 
can Universities. It is classified as a Research- 
I university by the Carnegie Foundation by 
virtue of the range of its baccalaureate pro- 
grams, the amount of federal support received 
and the number of doctoral degrees awarded 
each year, sharing that honor with the top 
research universities in the country. 

Among the public universities in the As- 
sociation of American Universities, Maryland 
ranks among the top in percentage of Afri- 
can-American undergraduate students. In ad- 
dition, the university has the largest num- 
ber of African-Americans and other minority 
members among its peers. 

Flagship Status 

In 1988, the University of Maryland, Col- 
lege Park, was designated as the flagship in- 
stitution for the University System of Mary- 
land. As well as pursuing a serious research 
mission and continuing its high level of ser- 
vice to the state, the university rededicated 
itself to providing the highest quality gradu- 
ate and undergraduate education. Increased 
undergraduate opportunities for research and 
individual study; the development of the Col- 
lege Park Scholars Program and the expan- 
sion of the University Honors Program; the 
genesis of Honors Humanities and Gemstone; 
the creation of CORE, the general education 
program; and the establishment of the Cen- 
ter for Teaching Excellence all affirmed the 
legislature's designation of flagship. 

Libraries 

Seven libraries make up the University 
of Maryland library system: McKeldin (main) 
Library, Architecture Library, Art Library, En- 
gineering 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 metropolitan area, providing vi- 
tal resources to researchers, visiting schol- 
ars, and businesses throughout the region. 
The libraries' holdings include more than 2.5 
million volumes, 24,000 subscriptions to 
periodicals and nearly 5 million items avail- 
able in microfilm format. 

Research 

Opportunities for conducting research 
abound at the University of Maryland, Col- 
lege Park, and in the surrounding area, both 
for faculty to advance their own expertise 
and bring their insights into the classroom. 



and for students to begin their exploration 
of their special interests with practical ex- 
perience. On campus, special facilities and a 
number of organized research centers, bu- 
reaus, and institutes promote the acquisi- 
tion 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 approximately 30 miles from both 
Baltimore and Annapolis — enhances the 
research of its faculty and students by pro- 
viding 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 education 
communities. 

With more than 90 high technolo 
firms in the three-county area of Montgo 
ery, Prince George's and Frederick counties, 
the university has found abundant opportu-- - 
nity to extend its business and technology 
outreach programs to the region. Many of 
these programs are part of the Engineering 
Research Center, which operates the Tech- 
nology Advancement Program and the Mary- 
land Industrial Partnerships, programs de- 
signed to provide Maryland entrepreneurs and 
small businesses with research facilities, 
technical assistance, administrative support, 
and access to technology that will advance 
their economic base. 

The Institute for Systems Research has 
formed partnerships with major corporations, 
including Lockheed Martin, Westinghouse, BF 
Goodrich, Hughes Aircraft and Dupont to ap- 
ply advanced systems research to solving in- 
dustry problems in the fields of communica- 
tions, manufacturing, controls and robotics. 

The University of Maryland features a 
diversity of cultural and recreational activi- 
ties. Four art galleries, more than 200 an- 
nual musical performances and countless 
dance and theater productions, expose au- 
diences to the broadest range of programs 
in the arts. And intercollegiate, club and in- 
tramural sports provide students of all levels 
an opportunity to participate as spectators 
or athletes. 

A Wired World 

Students at the University of Maryland 
are part of an academic community that en- 
joys free access to networked computer re- 
sources and facilities that are among the best 
in the country. Free computer accounts en- 
able users to store class work on a networked 
server, download classroom support materi- 
als and other electronic information from 
campus networked resources such as inforM, 
or send electronic mail to faculty, fellow stu- 
dents or friends at other universities. 





Maryland's Colleges ana Schools 



College of Agriculture and Natural Resources 

The College of Agriculture and Natural Resources offers a variety of academic pro- 
grams that apply science, management, design, and engineering to improve the world 
in which we live and work. Feeding the world population, developing scientifically- 
based land use practices and policies, understanding animal and plant biology, im- 
proving nutrition and its effects on human health, and profitably managing 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 architecture, and a graduate program leading to the 
professional master of architecture. The undergraduate major in architecture is de- 
signed to minimize the time required to complete the curriculum leading to the 
professional degree. Students receive rigorous and comprehensive instruction from 
a faculty whose members are active in professional practice or research. Many fac- 
ulty members have distinguished themselves across the professional spectrum and 
represent different approaches to architectural design. The B.S. degree in architec- 
ture will qualify graduates to pursue a career in any number of fields, such as 
construction, real estate development, public administration, or historic preserva- 
tion, 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 disciplines, 
all of which value the development of critical thinking, fluent expression in writing 
and speech, sensitivity to ethical and aesthetic standards, and a complex under- 
standing of history and culture. Preparation provides valuable background for ca- 
reers in a broad range of fields. 

College of Behavioral and Social Sciences 

The College of Behavioral and Social Sciences is comprised of a diverse group of 
disciplines and fields of study all of which emphasize a broad liberal arts education 
as the foundation for understanding the environmental, social and cultural forces 
that shape our world. Disciplines in the behavioral and social sciences use ap- 
proaches that range from the scientific to the philosophical, from the experimental 
to the theoretical. 

Robert H. Smith School of Business 

The Robert H. Smith School of Business recognizes the importance of education in 
business and management to economic, social, and professional development through 
profit and non-profit organizations at the local, regional, national and interna- 
tional levels. The faculty are scholars, teachers, and professional leaders with a 
commitment to superior education in business and management, specializing in 
accounting, finance, decision and information sciences, management science and 
statistics, management and organization, marketing, logistics and transportation, 
and business and public policy. 

College of Computer, 
Mathematical, and Physical Sciences 

The College of Computer, Mathematical, and Physical Sciences contributes very sub- 
stantially and effec- 
tively to the research 
activities of the Uni- 
versity of Maryland. 
This college is like a 
technical institute 
within a large univer- 
sity. Students major- 
ing in any one of the 
disciplines encom- 
passed by the college 
have the opportunity 
of obtaining an out- 
standing education in 
their field. 





College of Education 

The College of Education is a professional college committed to advancing the sci- 
ence and art of teaching/learning, including the practices and processes which 
occur from infancy through adulthood in both school and non-school settings. The 
college's mission is to provide preparation for current and future teachers, counse- 
lors, administrators, educational specialists, and other related educational person- 
nel, and to create and disseminate the knowledge needed by professionals 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 engineering 
education, with sufficient scope to include both fundamental and specialized engi- 
neering training, so that graduates are prepared to serve the current and emerging 
needs of society. In addition to its teaching role, the school feels a related respon- 
sibility to conduct strong research programs that contribute to the advancement of 
knowledge. 

College of Health and Human Performance 

The College of Health and 
Human Performance pro- 
vides preparation leading 
to the bachelor of science 
degree in the following 
professional areas: physi- 
cal education (K-12), 
health education (school 
and community), and fam- 
ily studies. The college 
also offers curricula in ki- 
nesiological sciences and 
safety education. In addi- 
tion, each department of- 
fers a wide variety of courses for all university students. 

College of Journalism 

Located just nine miles from the nation's capital and 30 miles from the bustling 
commercial port of Baltimore, the College of Journalism is one of six comprehensive 
journalism schools in the 10 states stretching from New York to Virginia — the 
nation's most populous region. But the college has a lot more than geography going 
for it. The National Assessment of Journalism Education by the Freedom Forum 
Media Studies Center at Columbia University designated the college one of "Eleven 
Exemplary Journalism Schools" nationwide: those that surpass others in criteria 
including teaching, research, facilities and job placement. 

College of Library and Information Services 

The College of Library and Information Services offers degree programs for individu- 
als interested in careers in information services and management. At the master's 
level, students may specialize in several fields, including archival studies, geo- 
graphic information systems, health information services, school library media ser- 
vices, and science and technology information systems. 

College of Life Sciences 

The College of Life Sciences offers educational opportunities for students in subject 
matters relating to living organisms and their interaction with one another and 
with the environment. Programs of study include those involving the most funda- 
mental concepts of biological science and chemistry and the use of knowledge in 
daily life, as well as the application of economic and engineering principles in 
planning the improvement of life. 

School of Public Affairs 

The School of Public Affairs provides graduate-level, professional education to men 
and women interested in careers in public service. Five disciplines are emphasized: 
finance, statistics, economics, politics, and ethics. Students specialize in interna- 
tional security and economic policy, public sector financial management, environ- 
mental policy, or social policy. 



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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, 
mathematics, oceanography, astronomy, educa- 
tion, agricultural economics and others. 

• The University Honors Program was selected as 
one of the nation's nine best in ARCO's Guide to 
Ivy League Programs at State School Prices. 

• The university collaborates with more than 280 
businesses through its Maryland Industrial Part- 
nerships program. The university's incubator has 
spawned 20 new companies; three have been rec- 
ognized as among the fastest growing in the state. 

• Maryland is the only university in the southeast 
quadrant of the United States to have both engi- 
neering and business programs ranked in the top 
25 by U.S. News and World Report. The College of 
Education also ranks in the top 25. 

• Maryland 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 
and Criminal Justice was rated the highest qual- 
ity research program in the nation by the Journal 
of Criminal Justice Education. 

• The College of Journalism was selected as one 
of two sites in the U.S. for the Hubert H. Humphrey 
Fellowship Program, and named one of the nation's 
top communications programs by the Gannett Cen- 
ter for Media Studies. 

• Last year, faculty researchers at Maryland were 
awarded more than $155 million in competitively 
funded research and development awards. 

• No other university in the Mid-Atlantic Region 
has more top 20 graduate programs in computer, 
mathematical, physical sciences, and engineering 
disciplines than the University of Maryland, ac- 
cording to a recent analysis by the National Re- 
search Council. 

• With more than 900 high technology 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 $100 million Maryland Center 
for the Performing Arts opens in 2001. 



[he University of Maryland projects another record- 
breaking year for the quality of admitted students. The 
number of applications, GPAs and SAT scores alt were up 
from the same time last year. 

For the last 10 years, the quality of students being 
admitted to the University of Maryland has risen steadily. 
Average GPAs for incoming freshmen have risen from just 
under 3.0 to a projected 3.69, SAT scores of the middle 
50 percent have gone from 980-1,150 to a projected 
1,170-1,340, and the number of students with SAT scores 
above 1,300 has increased from 234 to a projected 1,155. 

The University of Maryland has the state'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 or 
Gemstone programs. 




Why There's No Better Place 



There is no better place to be than the Univer- 
sity of Maryland. 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, na- 
tionally recognized faculty, diverse population and 
lush 1,580-acre campus located between Washing- 
ton, D.C., and Baltimore, Md., it's no wonder the Uni- 
versity 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 country. 
For instance, in the latest U.S. News & World Report 
rankings, University of Maryland ranked 22nd among 
national public universities. Among graduate schools, 
the Clark School of Engineering tied for 17th nation- 
ally; the Robert H. Smith School of Business gradu- 
ate program ranked 26th; the computer science Ph.D 
program in the College of Computer, Mathematical 
and Physical Sciences ranked 11th; the College of 
Education ranked 22nd; and the College of Library 
and Information Services ranked 14th. The College of 
Business also has been named one of the country's 
top business schools for entrepreneurs by Success 
magazine. 

For exceptional students seeking an exceptional 
education at the University of Maryland, Col- 
lege Park, there are a number of pro- 
grams designed to enrich the learning 
experience. Among them are the Honors 
Program, ranked among the nine best in 
the country by ARCO's Guide to Ivy League 
Programs at State School Prices; College 
Park Scholars, which encourages students 
who share common intellectual interests 
to live and study together in 10 specialty 
areas; and the Gemstone Program, which 
links student teams from engineering, the 
humanities, business and the physical sci- 
ences in a four-year research project. 



Supporting the research needs of students and 
faculty are some of the country's best research facili- 
ties. In 1994, the largest, most technically advanced 
research archives in the world — National Archives 
II — moved to College Park. In addition, just out- 
side of College Park are the Library of Congress, the 
Smithsonian Institution and the National Libraries 
of Agriculture and Medicine, among others. The uni- 
versity itself has the most comprehensive library sys- 
tem in the area. 

High tech, engineering and service industries 
thrive in proximity to the campus, offering a wide 
spectrum of internship and work-study opportunities 
that only a major metropolitan area can provide. The 
Kennedy Center alone houses the National Symphony 
Orchestra, five performance stages, an opera com- 
pany, and the American Film Institute. In Baltimore, 
one of the great ports of the world, the Inner Harbor 
has become a cultural magnet for thousands of tour- 
ists each year, offering the National Aquarium, the 
Maryland Science Center, and other attractions. 

Whether your focus is the sciences or the hu- 
manities, a small town atmosphere or a metropolitan 
feel, the University of Maryland, College Park offers a 
wide range of educational and cultural opportuni- 
ties. There is no better place to be than the Univer- 
sity of Maryland, College Park. 



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President CD. Mote. Jr. 



CD. (Dan) Mote Jr. took office as president in 
September 1998 with a clear vision for taking the 
University of Maryland down the home stretch to its 
destiny as one of America's great research universi- 
ties. 

Mote came to Maryland from the University of 
California at Berkeley, where he had earned all of his 
degrees, and where he had served in faculty and ad- 
ministration more than 30 years. He had most re- 
cently been vice chancellor for university relations. 

In Maryland, he found a university already well 
on its way to achieving the greatness envisioned when 
the General Assembly declared it the flagship institu- 
tion of the University System of Maryland. Mote im- 
mediately took a leadership role on the Governor's 
Task Force on Governance, Coordination and Funding 
of the University System of Maryland to gain greater 
autonomy and flexibility for the university to pursue 
its goals. He followed that by working closely with 
state leaders to boost university funding for new pro- 
grams, scholarships and faculty, gaining a 10 percent 
appropriations increase in his first year and match- 
ing that level of increase again in his second year. 

Mote spelled out in his inauguration address 
his vision of Maryland as a great research university, 
where teaching and research are "inseparable." In this 
plan, the faculty creates a culture of excellence that 
permeates the university, student success is the cen- 
ter of all activity, and the extended Maryland family 
of alumni and friends grows rich in pride and tradi- 
tion. 

Mote observed that "a decade ago, we dreamed 



University System of Maryland 

Dr. Donald N. Langenberg, Chancellor 

Charles R. Middleton, Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs 

Joseph F. Vivona, Vice Chancellor for Administration 

and Finance 
John K. Martin, Vice Chancellor for Advancement 



Board of Regents 

Nathan A. Chapman, Chairman (Howard County) 

Lance W. Billingsley (Prince George's County) 

Thomas B. Finan, Jr. (Allegany County) 

Michael C. Gelman (Montgomery County) 

Louise Michaux Gonzales (Baltimore) 

Nina Rodale Houghton (Queen Anne's County) 

Steny H. Hoyer (St. Mary's County) 

Leronia Arnetta Josey (Baltimore) 

Clifford M. Kendall (Montgomery County) 

Jeong H. Kim (Montgomery County) 

Adm. Charles R. Larson, USN (Ret.) (Anne Arundel County) 

Lillian Hobson Lincoln (Prince George's County) 

David H. Nevins (Baltimore County) 

Kevin G. Oxendine (Student Regent) 

Joseph D. Tydings (Baltimore County) 

Henry A. Virts, ex officio (St. Mary's County) 

William T. Wood (Montgomery County) 

University Administration 

Dr. Clayton Daniel "Dan" Mote, Jr., President 

Dr. J. Terrance Roach, Executive Assistant to the President 

Dr. Gregory L. Geoffrey, Sr. Vice President for Academic Affairs, 

Provost 
Dr. Charles F. Sturtz, Vice President for Administrative Affairs 
Dr. William L. Thomas, Jr., Vice President for Student Affairs 
Dr. William Destler, Vice President of Research 
Brodie Remington, Vice President for University Relations 



the impossible - the great research university. Then 
we sought the improbable - the great research uni- 
versity. Soon we will grasp the inevitable - the great 
research university." 

High achievement has been Dan Mote's life, from 
his student days at the University of California at 
Berkeley, through his years as an outstanding teacher 
and world-renowned researcher and his leadership of 
a highly successful capital campaign at Berkeley. He 
arrived in College Park determined to continue the 
same level of achievement in his new post. 

After earning his doctorate in engineering me- 
chanics from Berkeley in 1963, Mote spent a year as 
a research fellow at the University of Birmingham in 
England, then three years as assistant professor of 
mechanical engineering at the Carnegie Institute of 
Technology in Pittsburgh before returning to Berke- 
ley in 1967. 

There he stayed for more than 30 years before 
coming to Maryland. He was promoted to professor 
in 1973. 

Mote served two terms as vice chair of mechani- 
cal engineering and served 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 presidency at Mary- 
land in 1998. 

Mote has participated with distinction in every 
phase of the academic enterprise, including class- 
room teaching, working with students, basic research, 
applied research and service to the university and 
the community. 

Much respected by his students, 
Mote earned the 1971 Distinguished 
Teaching Award and the 1975 Pi Tau 
Sigma Excellence in Teaching Award 
for the University of California. He has 
supervised the research of more than 
50 doctoral students, including sev- 
eral who are still in progress, and more 
than 60 master's theses. He has con- 
tinued teaching and supervising 
graduate students even during his ad- 
ministrative assignments, and several 
of his graduate students from Berke- 
ley commute to Maryland to meet with 
him as they finish their dissertations. 
Mote has stated his intention to teach 
and work with graduate students at 
Maryland as well. 

Mote's research activities have 
focused on dynamic systems, instru- 
mentation, vibration and biomechan- 
ics. He has achieved international rec- 
ognition for his work on the stability 
of gyroscopic systems, including high- 
speed translating and rotating systems 
such as circular and band saws, com- 
puter 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, Finland and 
Sweden. 

A registered professional engi- 
neer in California, Mote has served in 
numerous capacities for professional 
societies, including the National Acad- 




emy of Engineering (NAE), the American Society of 
Mechanical Engineers (ASME) and the American Soci- 
ety for Testing and Materials (ASTM), and is co-editor 
of its biannual research series, "Skiing Trauma and 
Safety." 

Mote's work has been supported continuously 
since 1962 by the National Science Foundation, and 
he also has received research fellowships from the 
Royal Norwegian Council for Scientific and Industrial 
Research. The American Society of Mechanical Engi- 
neers International elected him to honorary member- 
ship in 1975, and he has been elected as well to 
fellow grade in the International Academy of Wood 
Science, the Acoustical Society of America and the 
American Association for the Advancement of Science. 

He was elected to the prestigious National Acad- 
emy of Engineering in 1988, and in that same year 
was awarded the Humboldt Prize by the Federal Re- 
public of Germany. In 1991, the Japan Society for the 
Promotion of Science awarded him a fellowship. 

In 1992, he conceived, designed and imple- 
mented a $1.1 billion comprehensive capital cam- 
paign, which has exceeded $1 billion to date. 

By the end of Mote's second year at Maryland, 
the university's ongoing capital campaign, Bold Vi- 
sion • Bright Future, had raised nearly $300 million 
of a $350 million goal, including such landmark do- 
nations as Clarice Smith's $15 million for the Clarice 
Smith Performing Arts Center and Comcast 
Corporation's $20 million for the Comcast Center. 

But Mote has said repeatedly that development 
and capital campaigns are not principally about rais- 
ing 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 easily as the women's 
lacrosse team scores a goal." 

Mote and his wife Patsy live in the President's 
Residence on the College Park campus. They have two 
grown children and four grandchildren. 



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MARYLAND F T B A 1 L^gMJ N I V £ R S I T Y OF MARYLAND 



Mhletic Director Deborah A. Yow 



Dr. Deborah A. Yow is in the seventh year 
of her outstanding tenure as director of ath- 
letics at the University of Maryland ... a year 
in which she also has assumed the presidency 
of the National Association of Collegiate Di- 
rectors of Athletics, an organization with a 
membership of more than 6,100 athletic ad- 
ministrators representing 1,600 colleges and 
universities in North America and Mexico. 

The comprehensive success of Terrapin 
athletics under Debbie Yow's leadership is a 
clear and compelling testimony to her values 
of excellence, teamwork and accountability. 
Likewise, her election to the presidency of 
NACDA is an indication of the respect with 
which Dr. Yow is regarded in intercollegiate 
athletics and education in the U.S. and Canada. 

Also as a member of the NCAA Manage- 
ment Council and NCAA Division I Budget Com- 
mittee, Yow presents a strong voice for excel- 
lence and integrity at the highest levels of in- 
tercollegiate athletics. In these national roles 
she has represented the University of Mary- 
land and the Atlantic Coast Conference with a 
balanced and proactive voice. 

Since taking over at Maryland in 1994, 
she and her staff have: 

• Transformed Terrapin athletics into a respon- 
sive, goat-oriented organization. 

• Balanced all six of the nearly $30 million an- 
nual budgets (the first balanced budgets for 
the Terrapins in 10 years prior to her arrival). 



National Successes 

The Terps enjoyed across-the-board success 
in 1999-2000, with the following varsity programs 
earning Top 30 rankings at one time or another 
during their respective seasons of competition, and 
two teams capturing national championships (field 
hockey, women's lacrosse). 



Basketball (Men's) 
Football 

Lacrosse (Men's) 
Lacrosse (Women's) 
Field Hockey 
Golf 



Gymnastics 

Indoor Track (Women's) 
Outdoor Track (Women's) 
Soccer (Men's) 
Soccer (Women's) 




The 1999 field hockey championship team 



' Greatly enhanced the academic support 
services provided to student-athletes, 
with an enviable exhausted eligibility 
graduation rate of nearly 90 percent dur- 
ing her tenure. 

1 Led the Terrapins to a national all-sports 
ranking in the upper 15 percent of all 
NCAA Division I institutions. 

1 Reorganized and upgraded marketing and 
fund-raising efforts on behalf of Terra- 
pin athletics. As a result, private gifts 
to athletics have increased 135% and 
corporate sponsorship revenues have in- 
creased by 270% during her tenure at 
Maryland. 

Implemented a strategic management 
model. 

Paid off approximately $7 million in op- 
erating debt accrued before her arrival 
in 1994. 

Developed a comprehensive Internet 
strategy with management, marketing 
and fundraising applications. 
Significantly improved customer care in 
every area. 




Maryland athletic director Deborah A. Yow took over 
as president of the National Association of Collegiate 
Directors of Athletics in July. 



The Maryland Department of Athletics has 
made remarkable progress under Yow's leader- 
ship. Regarding the many achievements of Ter- 
rapin athletics over the past six years, Dr. Yow 
says, "We are pleased, but we are not satisfied 
... our vision is to be one of the top 10 pro- 
grams in the nation consistently ... we see no 
reason to settle for less." 

Yow is known for her goal-oriented and 
proactive management style. She consistently 
inspires and challenges those around her to 
"raise our sights and sharpen our tools ... to 
work hard and work smart ... to recognize that 
our only limitations are those that we place 
upon ourselves." As a manager and leader, she 
clearly models these principles. She was re- 
cently singled out by Street & Smith Sports Busi- 
ness Journal as one of the leading athletic ad- 
ministrators in the U.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 achieved an outstanding 
coaching record as head coach at the Univer- 
sity of Florida. She later moved into athletic 
administration at the University of Florida and 
the University of North Carolina-Greensboro, 
followed by a highly successful tenure as A.D. 
at Saint Louis University. 

She has authored numerous articles and 
books on athletics, management and human 



behavior, and is a respected leader in intercol- 
legiate athletics in the United States. 

Reflecting on the status of the football 
program, Yow realistically points out, "Our 
coaching staff has made great strides in re- 
structuring the Terrapin football program. Our 
return to a balanced offensive attack, a strong 
emphasis on defense and special teams, and 
the terrific turnaround in the overall academic 
focus of our football team clearly is beginning 
to show up in our competitive success. In ad- 
dition, the high school grade point average of 
our 2000 entering football freshman class is 
an excellent 2.8. We will become consistent 
contenders for postseason bowls as our young 
football team matures and develops under our 
balanced and skillful coaching staff." 

Summing up the entire Terrapin athletic 
program, Yow recently observed, "We have the 
finest student-athletes, coaches, support staff 
and administrative team in America. It is be- 
cause of their courage, hard work and coop- 
erative spirit that we now have a strong, vi- 
able athletic program. I am immensely proud 
of each of them. I am equally proud of our 
Terrapin fans who buy tickets and our Terrapin 
Club members who faithfully support the Mary- 
land athletic program with their donations for 
scholarships, and the Maryland Educational 
Foundation and M Club members who serve and 
give liberally. We have a great Terrapin family. 
That's the foundation for all of our successes 
... and the basis for our bright future." 



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M A R Y L A N D F T B At I ^HJIW ' '>.tKi T Y F M A R Y LAN D 



Athletic Administration 




Rob Mullens 

Sr. Associate A.D./ 
Internal Operations 

Rob Mullens, who joined the Terps' staff as as- 
sistant athletic director for 
business in the summer of 
1996, is in his second year 
as senior associate athletic 
director for internal opera- 
tions. 

Mullens' responsibili- 
ties include assisting the 
athletic director with the 
overall administration of the 
department's internal opera- 
tions in addition to assisting with the operation of 
football and men's basketball. He also oversees the 
supervision of 15 sports and is responsible for over- 
seeing the business office, ticket office, facilities and 
operations, and the computer systems analyst. 

As the chief financial officer, Mullens is directly 
responsible for the department's $27 million annual 
budget. 

Mullens graduated cum laude in 1991 from West 
Virginia with a degree in business administration. He 
earned a master's degree in sport management at West 
Virginia in 1993. In April of 2000, he was named the 
2000 Distinguished Alumnus of the West Virginia Sport 
Management Program. 

Prior to his appointment at Maryland, he was 
senior business manager and the chief budget officer 
for the University of Miami (Fla.) athletic department 
(1994-96). 

His background in athletics includes serving as 
an intern for the senior associate director of athletics 
at Kentucky (1993) and as a graduate assistant to the 
assistant athletic director for business at West Vir- 
ginia (1992-93). Prior to pursuing a career in athlet- 
ics, Mullens worked for the accounting firm Ernst and 
Young. 

He is married to the former Jane Pearson, who is 
the Terrapins' assistant athletic director for compli- 
ance. 

Dennis H else I 

Sr. Associate A.DV 
External Operations 



Dennis Helsel, a veteran 
whose background includes 
senior management posts at 
Akron, Syracuse and Old 
Dominion, is in his first year 
as senior associate athletic 
director for external opera- 
tions. 

Helsel joined the 
Maryland staff in May after 
serving as athletic director 
at Akron since September 




1998. At Maryland his responsibilities include over- 
seeing the marketing, development, media relations 
and compliance units. 

Prior to his appointment at Akron, Helsel spent 

10 years at Syracuse where he was assistant athletic 
director for finance and team services from 1988-96 
and associate athletic director from 1996-98. He was 
responsible for a wide array of services and activities, 
including business operations, scheduling for football 
and men's basketball, human resources, event man- 
agement, capital improvement and construction plans, 
and the management and administration of NCAA 
championship competition and special events. 

Helsel was an assistant athletic director for 
business at Old Dominion from 1983-88 and athletic 
events manager at Penn State from 1981-83. In addi- 
tion, he is a former head Softball coach at both Penn 
State and Army. He also served as an assistant coach 
for Army lightweight football (1976-79) and was an 
assistant professor and instructor in the department 
of mathematics at the U.S. Military Academy (1976- 
80). He spent 15 years in the U.S. Army Reserves and 

11 in the U.S. Army. He earned his bachelor's degree 
from West Point in 1969, a master's in mathematics 
from Penn State in 1976, and a master's in sports 
administration from Penn State in 1981. 

He and his wife, Susan, reside in Laurel and 
have three grown children, Jennifer, Chris and Michael. 

Demetrius Marlowe 

Associate A. D. /Academic Sopport 
& Career Development 

Demetrius Marlowe is in his fourth year heading 
the department unit for aca- 
demic support and career 
development. Marlowe di- 
rects all academic support 
and career development 
programs and services for 
the Terps and is the coordi- 
nator of the comprehensive 
CHAMPS/Life Skills pro- 
gram. 

Marlowe came to 
Maryland from Syracuse University, where he served 
as the coordinator of academic support for football 
for three years. His stint at Syracuse resulted in foot- 
ball graduation rates that surpassed the general stu- 
dent population rates and which were recognized by 
the American Football Coaches Association (AFCA). 

Marlowe hails from Neptune N.J. He began his 
career in collegiate athletics as a soccer player at 
Pfeiffer University in Misenheimer, N.C. While com- 
pleting his degree at Pfeiffer he served as assistant 
coach. His coaching career continued at Bowling Green 
State University where he completed his master's de- 
gree in College Student Personnel. 

After completing his graduate education, the Uni- 
versity of Notre Dame hired him as an academic coun- 
selor for student-athletes. While serving Notre Dame 
he was asked by the President to write a grant proposal 
that would lead to the establishment of the NCAA Na- 
tional Youth Sports Program (NYSP) at the university. 







4 



He brings experience from collegiate athletics 
environments that have sustained a student-athlete 
graduation rate of 85 percent, and has been described 
as one of the "most innovative leaders in forwarding 
the mission of the National Association of Academic 
Advisors for Athletics." In April 2000, he was awarded 
a President's Medal for his outstanding work with learn- 
ing disabled student-athletes. 

He and his wife, Alison, have three children: 
Shay (15), Janay Miller (13), and Samuel (4). 

Dane Haglund 

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 infor- 
mation office at Fresno 
State University. At Mary- 
land he serves as the admin- 
istrative head of the Terra- 
pins' media relations unit, 
overseeing the development 
and implementation of ini- 
tiatives to provide publicity 
for the university's 25 varsity sports and more than 
600 student-athletes. 

He was elevated to associate athletic director 
in February 1999 and assumed responsibilities as sport 
supervisor 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 el- 
evated to sports information director in 1996. During 
the course of his career at Fresno State, he served as 
the primary contact person for the Bulldogs' nation- 
ally ranked Division I football, basketball, baseball 
and soccer programs. He also served as information 
director of the California Bowl (1982-83) for two years. 
Haglund and his wife, Cindy, are the parents of 
two children: Samantha (7) and Matthew (4). 

Kathleen Worthing ton 

Associate A.D./ 
Internal Operations 

Kathleen Worthington was named associate ath- 
letic director for internal 
operations in May 1999. She 
came to Maryland from 
Morehead State University, 
where she had served as as- 
sociate A.D. since February 
1998 after spending two 
years as an assistant ath- 
letic director. 

At Maryland, Worth- 
ington is responsible for su- 
pervision of baseball, volleyball, women's basketball, 
women's gymnastics, men's and women's track, and 




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Athletic At/ministration 



men's and women's cross country. She also oversees 
the sports medicine and strength and conditioning 
units "i addition to managing ACC and NCAA tourna- 
.>sted by the univ. 
Ouring her time at Morehead State, her primary 
focus was business operations, compliance, policy 
development, and strategic planning. Prior to Morehead 
. ithington spent two years as the assistant 
to the AD at the University of Wisconsin-LaCrosse. 
She also has served as a marketing and media 
s specialist and as director of athletics and 
community youth programs for Catholic Charities, East- 
ern Region, in New York state. 

She earned her bachelor's degree in mass com- 
lons from the College of Notre Dame in Mary- 
land in 1985. She earned a master's degree in public 
from Syracuse and a master's in athletics ad- 
ministration from Wisconsin-LaCrosse. 

She was inducted into College of Notre Dame's 
Athletic Hall of Fame in 1997 and in 1999 was named 
an NCAA Leadership Fellow. In 1996, she earned the 
graduate student achievement award from UW- 
LaCrosse. 



Joe Hull 




Associate AD./ 
External Relations 

Joe Hull is in his third year as associate athletic 
director for external rela- 
tions following 12 years in 
various athletic fund-rais- 
ing, ticketing and market- 
ing capacities at North 
Carolina State University. 

At Maryland. Hull 
oversees all fund-raising ef- V^| U^^l 

forts for the Terrapins' ath- p^ 

tetic program, including the I A_ 

Terrapin Club, M Club, Mary- 
land Educational Foundation, and major gift fund-rais- 
ing office. 

In addition. Hull serves as the point person for 
the Comcast Center, the university's new arena which 
is expected to open prior to the 2002-03 basketball 
season. His duties relevant to the arena process have 
included coordinating the efforts to find a naming 
gift, designing and managing a capital campaign to 
help fund arena construction, and working with the 
architects, construction manager and Maryland Sta- 
dium Authority to design and build the arena. 

Prior to his arrival in College Park, he was asso- 
ciate director of the NC State Student Aid Association 
(Wolfpack Club), which raises more than $6 million 
annually for athletic scholarships from its more than 
11,000 members/contributors. The Wolfpack Club also 
was responsible for raising more than $50 million for 
the construction of a 20.000-seat sports arena. 

Hull earned his bachelor's degree in business 
management from North Carolina State University in 
1978. a law degree from Campbell University in 1981 
and a master's in sports admJMstration from Ohio Uni- 
versity in 1985. 

His wife, JoAnn. formerly served as an assistant 
attorney general for the state of North Carolina. They 
have two children. Josie (9) and Josiah (6). 



Jane Mullens 




Assistant AD./ 
Compliance/SWA 

Jane Mullens is in her third year as assistant 
athletic director for compli- 
ance following two years as 
the department's compli- 
ance coordinator. 

She serves as the 
department's senior level 
manager in NCAA compli- 
ance and certification mat- 
ters related to recruiting, 
eligibility, financial aid and 
rules education. 

In February 1999, she was promoted to senior 
women's administrator. Her responsibilities were ex- 
panded to include the supervision of four sports pro- 
grams: Softball, field hockey and men's and women's 
tennis. 

Mullens earned a bachelor's degree from West- 
ern Washington University in 1992 and a master's in 
sport management from University of Miami (Fla.) in 
1994. 

She was an assistant in the compliance office at 
Miami in 1995 before being promoted to compliance 
coordinator in January 1996. As compliance coordi- 
nator for the Hurricanes, she was responsible for cre- 
ating and implementing a rules-education program and 
creating and monitoring documentation related to re- 
cruiting, eligibility, financial aid and rules education. 

She was named to a similar position at the Uni- 
versity of Maryland in July 1996. 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 director for internal operations. 

Curt Callahan 



Assistant AD./ 
Operations & Facilities 

Curt Callahan, a veteran member of the Terra- 
pins' athletic staff, is in his 
12th year overseeing 
Maryland's athletic opera- 
tions and facilities and his 
22nd as an assistant wres- 
tling coach. He was named 
the department's facilities 
coordinator in 1989 and was 
elevated to assistant ath- 
letic director in 1997. 

As the key contact per- 
son on operations and facilities, Callahan manages 
the department's vast athletic complex, including Byrd 
Stadium and Cole Field House. In recent years, he 
played an instrumental rote in three major building 
projects: the upper deck addition to Byrd Stadium, 
the construction of the Gossett Football Team House, 
and the completion of the James H. Kehoe Track and 




Field Facility and Ludwig Field. His game management 
responsibilities have included overseeing numerous 
NCAA lacrosse tournaments held in College Park. 

His tenure at the university dates to his under- 
graduate days as a wrestler in the late 1960s, when he 
played an integral role in the Terps winning four con- 
secutive ACC wrestling championships. Callahan was a 
two-time conference champion, winning individual 
titles in 1969 and '70. He was 22-1 as a junior, his 
only loss coming to NCAA and eventual Olympic cham- 
pion Dan Gable of Iowa. 

Callahan was a two-time qualifier to the U.S. 
Olympic Trials and final elimination camp. In both 
1972 and '76, he finished fourth nationally in Greco- 
Roman at 149.5 pounds. 

His wife's name is Sandy. 



Charles Well ford 

Faculty 
Athletic Representative 

Dr. Charles F. Wellford, professor and chair of the 
Department of Criminology 
and Criminal Justice, is in 
his fifth year as the Univer- 
sity of Maryland's faculty 
athletic representative. In 
this role, he represents the 
University of Maryland and 
its faculty in the 
institution's relationships 
with the NCAA and Atlantic 
Coast Conference. Dr. 

Wellford also serves as the director of the University 
of Maryland Center for Applied Policy Studies and the 
Maryland Justice Analysis Center. 

He served as president of the Atlantic Coast Con- 
ference for the 1999-2000 academic year, and has 
chaired the University of Maryland's Athletic Council 
since 1995-96. He previously served on the Athletic 
Council from 1986-89 and 1992-95. 

At the University of Maryland, Dr. Wellford has 
been involved in a variety of leadership roles. He was 
interim associate provost for research and for con- 
tinuing education. He is chair of the law and justice 
committee at the National Academy of Sciences. 

He serves on numerous state and federal advi- 
sory boards and commissions, and is a past (1995-96) 
president of the American Society of Criminology (ASC). 

Dr. Wellford received his bachelor's and master's 
degrees from the University of Maryland and his Ph.D. 
from the University of Pennsylvania. 




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MARYLAND 



Academic Support & Career Development 



The University of Maryland is committed to providing the highest quality 
education to all of its students. The Department of Intercollegiate Athletics 
strives to provide student-athletes excellent opportunities to participate in an 
intercollegiate athletics program of the highest quality, with the result 
that their athletics participation becomes an integral and valued compo- 
nent of their total educational experience at the university. 

Terrapin student-athletes will find that the same hard work and disci- 
pline that has earned them success in athletics competition is also required 
in the classroom. Balancing the significant time demands and responsibili- 
ties required to be a successful student-athlete at the highest collegiate 
level is no small task. Therefore, as a result of their commitment to repre- 
senting the university through athletics, Terrapin student-athletes are able 
to utilize support programs designed to meet their specific needs. 

Led by associate athletic director Demetrius Marlowe, the mission of 
the Academic Support and Career Development Unit (ASCDU) is to provide 
quality developmental programs and need-based services that will enhance 
academic progress, facilitate career development, and encourage the psy- 
chosocial growth of all UM student-athletes. 

The Gossett Academic Support and Career Development Center for Ter- 
rapin student-athletes, named for long-time Terp supporters Barry and Mary 
Gossett, is located in Cole Field House. It features a study center that in- 
cludes 24 desktop computers, private study cubicles, a tutoring center, class- 
rooms, and individual offices for four professional academic counselors, a learn- 
ing specialist, an assistant program coordinator, and two graduate assistants. 
In addition, the center's extended site is located in the Gossett Football Team 
House, and includes office space for three professional counselors and a 16- 
station desktop computer center. 

Academic courses, programs and services offered by ASCDU include the 
following: 

• Prospective student-athlete orientation 

• Academic counseling 

• NCAA academic eligibility monitoring 

• Academic enrichment and career development presentations 
and workshops 

• Accredited tutorial support 

• Mentor program 

• EDCP 108-J (Career decision making and planning) 

• EDCP 108-K (College learning strategies and skills) 

• EDCP 108-0 (First-year transitions to the university) 

EXCEL Mentors 

Mentoring is a craft that is embodied in a person serving as 
counselor or teacher who provides advice and guidance to a novice 
learner. Educating by Creating Environments for Learning (ExCEL) 
is a mentoring program that establishes such a relationship. ASCDU 
hires and trains individuals who serve as mentors to student-athletes 

who have been identified as need- 
ing individual attention for learn- 
ing strategies support. 



Career Internship Fair 

Because career development is an ongoing process, ASCDU provides a 
variety of programs for student-athletes throughout the year. Professional 

assistance with resume 
writing, interviewing 
skills, graduate school 
search, and job search is 
readily available to all stu- 
dent-athletes. During the 
spring semester ASCDU 
hosts the Student-Athlete 
Career Internship Fair, in 
which student-athletes 
can learn about career in- 
terests and career plan- 
ning. Unlike typical "job 
fairs," the purpose of this 
program is to allow stu- 
dent-athletes to explore 




ASCDU hosts an annual career fair at Cole Field 
House. 




The 2000 MAPS Directory 



MAPS. Directory 

The Maryland Athletes Placement 
Source is intended to assist graduating 
Terrapin student-athletes as they begin 
the job search process. It is distributed 
to more than 1,000 corporations and 
businesses across the country. Prospec- 
tive employers are introduced to our 
graduating student-athletes with re- 
sume information relative to academic, 
career and personal achievements. The 
MAPS directory is produced annually 
in collaboration with the M Club. 



multiple career opportunities by speaking directly to individuals in their cho- 
sen areas of interest. 

Summer Jor & Internship Program 

Due to the time demands of athletic practice and competition, most 
student-athletes do not have the chance to work or complete an internship 
experience. Employers desire to see work experience related to academic 
coursework on a resume. The Summer Job and Internship Program is one of the 
emerging services offered to student-athletes to meet this need. Student- 
athletes seeking employment opportunities and/or experience in their fields of 

study are assisted with locat- 
ing prospects and submitting 
the necessary documentation 
to secure summer jobs and/or 
internships. 

Terp Choices 

Personal growth is fun- 
damental to all ASCDU pro- 
grams and services. Terp 
Choices is a program that pro- 
vides student-athletes the 
opportunity to identify their 
fundamental values, develop 
communication skills, and 
enhance decision making 
skills that will enable them 
to manage their personal 
health and well-being. In- 




router work stations available to 



ASCDU has 40 con 
student-athletes. 

teractive presentations are given by trained student-educators who intend to 
illustrate to athletic team participants that an individual's choice may affect 
an entire team. This campus-wide program is partially funded by grants from 
the NCAA and ACC. 



Sthdent-Athiete Advisory Council 

The Student-Athlete Advisory Council plays an important role in the 
Department of Intercollegiate Athletics. It consists of a representative from 
each varsity sport and meets on a regular basis with representatives from the 
athletic administration. The main purpose of the council is to provide student- 
athletes with leadership experience and a forum for dialogue with members of 
the administration about their roles, responsibilities and needs as student- 
athletes at the University of Maryland. 



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ASCDU Football Staff 



Working closely with the football 
rector Heather Arianna, who coordinates 
the academic support services provided 
to Terrapin football student-athletes. 
Heather is in her sixth year at Maryland. 
She received her bachelor's degree from 
Syracuse University in 1992 and a 
master's degree in college student per- 
sonnel services from the University of 
Louisville in 1992. 

Heather is assisted by two assis- 
tant academic counselors, Shawn 
Summerville and Phillip Nash. Shawn is 
originally from Erie, Pa. He attended 
Syracuse University where he earned a 
bachelor of science degree in health and 
exercise science. Shawn competed in in- 
tercollegiate athletics as a member of 
the Syracuse football team from 1994 
to 1998. After graduating from Syracuse, 
he attended Southern Illinois University 
in Carbondale, III., where he completed 
a master's degree in higher education 
with a concentration in college student 
personnel. While completing his master's 
degree, Shawn worked in the SIU ath- 
letic department marketing office. 

Phillip hails from Clearwater, Fla. 
He received a bachelor of arts degree in 
sociology in 1998 from Syracuse Univer- 
sity where he was a four-year varsity 
football letterwinner. After leaving the 
Orangemen Phillip pursued a professional 
career in the NFL and spent time with 
the Detroit Lions as a defensive back. 
Phillip returned to his alma mater and 
earned a master's degree in elementary 
education in May 2000. While complet- 
ing his master's degree Phillip was em- 
ployed by the Syracuse City School Dis- 
trict as a special education teacher. 



coaching staff is assistant ASCDU di- 




Heather Arianna 
Assistant ASCDU 

Dirictor For Footbau 




Shawn Summerville 
Assistant ASCDU 

Counselor For Footbau 




Phillip Nash 

Assistant ASCDU 

Counselor For Footbau 




Head coach Ron Vanderlinden and assistant ASCDU director Heather 
Arianna (center) with graduating seniors (from left) Jon Watkins, Frank 
Mentzel, Jamie Wu and Peter Timmins in May of 2000. 



C.H.A.M.P.S./Life Skills Programs 

ASCDU houses the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Ath- 
letics (NACDA) Challenging Athletes' Minds for Personal Success Program 
(C.H.A.M.P.S.) and the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) LIFE 
SKILLS Program. The ASCDU staff, in collaboration with various other De- 
partment of Intercollegiate Athletics units and campus resources, strives to 
provide a systematic personal development program designed to reach each 
student-athlete based on his or her individual needs. The focus of the pro- 
gram is on the individual academically, athletically, and emotionally, and on 
the changing needs and skills of that individual in the years during college 
and after graduation. The menu of presentations, workshops, and seminars is 
a comprehensive and balanced system of "life learning" programs promoted 
for use by each varsity sport team. 

If you have an interest in or questions about any of the ASCDU 
C.H.A.M.P.S./Life Skills Programs, call (301) 314-7043. 

Academic Support For Returning Athletes Program 

The Academic Support for Returning Athletes Program was created in 
1986 to support the academic efforts 
of former varsity student-athletes at the 
University of Maryland, College Park. 
In 1989, ASRAP was assigned by the 
President's Office to the Academic 
Achievements Program and enrolled its 
40 students that year. As a member of 
the National Consortium for Academ- 
ics and Sports (NCAS), the University 
of Maryland is committed to returning 
its former athletes for degree comple- 
tion. A key component of the program 

is community outreach. Each returning student is provided with a "workship" 
that allows the cost of tuition and fees to be exchanged for community 
services with youth. 




One of the ASDCU computer tabs 
is located in Cole Field House. 




As part of the national Student-Athlete Day 2000 celebration, sponsored 
by the ASCDU, former Terp and current Baltimore Raven Jermaine Lewis 
returned to College Park for a clinic with middle school students and to 
discuss the value of education. 



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Academic Support & Career Development 



Undergraduate Programs Of Study 



COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE AND 
NATURAL RESOURCES 

Agricultural and Resource Economics 

Agriculture/Veterinary (combined) 

Animal Sciences 

Biological Resources Engineering 

Conservation of Soil, Water, and Environment 

Crop Science 

Dietetics 

Environmental Science and Policy 

Food Science 

General Agricultural Sciences 

Horticulture 

Landscape Architecture 

Natural Resources Management 

Nutritional Science 

Turf and Urban Agronomy 

SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE 

COLLEGE OF ARTS AND HUMANITIES 

American Studies 

Art 

Art History and Archaeology 

Chinese 

Classics 

Dance 

English Language and Literature 

French Language and Literature 

Germanic Studies 

History 

Italian Language and Literature 

Japanese 

Jewish Studies 

Linguistics 

Music/Music Performance 

Philosophy 

Romance Languages 

Russian Area Studies 

Russian Language and Literature 

Spanish Language and Literature 

Speech Communication 

Theatre 

Women's Studies 

COLLEGE OF BEHAVIORAL AND SOCIAL SCIENCES 

Afro-American Studies 

Anthropology 

Criminology and Criminal Justice 

Economics 

Environmental Science and Policy 

Geography 

Government and Politics 

Hearing and Speech Sciences 

Psychology 

Sociology 

THE ROBERT H. SMITH SCHOOL OF BUSINESS 

Accounting 

Business/Law 

Finance 

General Business and Management 

Logistics and Transportation 

Management and Organization 

Management Science and Statistics 

Marketing 

Personnel and Labor Relations 

Production Management 

Transportation, Business and Public Policy 

COLLEGE OF COMPUTER, MATHEMATICAL, AND 
PHYSICAL SCIENCES 

Astronomy 

Computer Engineering 
Computer Science 
Environmental Science and Policy 



Geology 
Mathematics 
Physical Sciences 
Physics 

COLLEGE OF EDUCATION 

Early Childhood Education 
Elementary Education 
Secondary Education 

Art 

English 

Foreign Language 

Mathematics 

Music 

Science 

Social Studies 

Speech and English 

Theatre and English 
Special Education 

A. JAMES CLARK SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING 

Aerospace Engineering 
Biological Resources Engineering 
Chemical Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
Computer Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Engineering (B.S. in) 
Environmental Science and Policy 
Fire Protection Engineering 
Materials and Nuclear Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 

COLLEGE OF HEALTH AND HUMAN 
PERFORMANCE 

Family Studies 
Health Education 
Kinesiological Sciences 
Kinesiology 

COLLEGE OF JOURNALISM 

COLLEGE OF LIFE SCIENCES 

Biochemistry 

Biological Sciences 

Biology 

Cell Biology and Molecular Genetics 

Environmental Science and Policy 

UNDERGRADUATE STUDIES 

College Park Scholars 
Division of Letters and Sciences 
Individual Studies Program 
Law and Health Professions 

Pre-Dental Hygiene 

Pre-Dentistry 

Pre-Law 

Pre-Medical Technology 

Pre-Medicine 

Pre-Nursing 

Pre-Optometry 

Pre-Osteopathic Medicine 

Pre-Pbarmacy 

Pre-Physical Therapy 

Pre-Podiatric Medicine 

Pre-Veterinary Medicine 
University Honors Program 

Gemstone 

Honors Humanities 

CAMPUS-WIDE CERTIFICATES 

Afro-American Studies 
East Asian Studies 
Latin-American Studies 
Science, Technology, and Society 
Women's Studies 




Maryland embraces the concept that the student-athlete is first and 
foremost a student. 



ASCDU Staff 




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Demetrius Marlowe 

Associate Athletic 
Director/ ASCDU 



Karen Schiferl 
Assouan ASCDU 

Director 








Kathv Fontaine 

Assistant ASCDU 
Director 



Anton Goff 
Assistant ASCDU 

Director 







Don Pearman 
Assistant ASCDU 

Director 




Karen Sturtz 
ASCDU Asst. 

Program Coordinator 






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Maryland's Distinguished Alumni 




Carl Bernstein 



G. Ronald 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 

Si. vice-president, Allfirst 
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 commissionei I 
Bonnie Bernstein, '92, Journalism Jfc-*^^. 

Reporter, CBS Sports 
Carl Bernstein, '65, 

Arts & Sciences 

Author, Watergate reporter 
Tim Brant, '73, Journalism 

Sportscaster, ABC and 

Jefferson-Pilot 
Sergey Brin, '93, Mathematics 

President, Google, Inc. search engine 
Kenneth Brody, '64, Electrical Eng. 

Former chairman, U.S. Export-Import Bank 
John Brophy, 71, History 

President/CEO, Lockheed Martin IMS 
Alan Carey 78, Government 

Sr. vice-president, Pepsico 
Robert Chandler, '54, Ph.D. Horticulture 

Inventor of programs to increase world food supply 
Connie Chung, '69, Journalism 

Correspondent, ABC News 
A. James Clark '50, Civil Eng. 

President, Clark Enterprises 
Larry David, '69, Bus. Admin. 

Executive producer, Seinfeld 
Frank Davis, '41, Arts & Sciences 

Former Sr. exec, vice-president, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer 
Mathias DeVito, '54, Bus. Admin. 

Chairman emeritus. The Rouse Co. 
Michael Dingman, '55, Arts S Sciences 

Board of directors. Ford Motor Co. 
Len Elmore, 78, English 

Sportscaster, ESPN and Jefferson-Pilot; 

former NBA player 
Fred Ehrlich, '84, Accounting 

President, SONY New Technology 
Boomer Esiason, '84, Undergraduate Studies 

Sportscaster, former NFL player 
Carly Fiorina, '80, M.B.A. 

President/CEO, Hewlett-Packard 
Robert Fischell, '53, M.S. Physics 

Inventor, artificial pancreas 
Jon Franklin, 70, Journalism 

Two-time Pulitzer Prize winner 
Robert Fuhrman, '52, 

Mechanical Eng. 

Chairman, Bank of the West 
Fred Funk, '80, Criminology 

Pro golfer 
Joseph Gildenhorn, '51, 

Bus. Admin 

Former U.S. Ambassador 

to Switzerland 
Roger Hale, '65, History 

CEO. LG&E Energy Corp. 




Fred Funk 




Jim Henson 




Tim Kurkjian 



Herbert Hauptmann, '55, Math 

Nobel Prize winner, physics 
Jane Henson, '55, Art Education 

Creator, The Muppets 
Jim Henson, '60, 

Home Economics 

Creator, The Muppets 
Donald Himelfarb, '67, History 

President, Thrifty Rent-A-Car 

System 
Steny Hoyer, '63, 

Political Science 

Congressman, Maryland's 5th district 
Harry Hughes, '49, Bus. Admin. 

Former governor of Maryland 
Stan Jones, '56, Education 

NFL Hall of Fame inductee, '91 
Harold Kahn, 70, MBA 

Chairman/CEO, Macy's East 
Jeffrey Kluger, 76, Gov./Politics 

Author, Apollo 13 
Irene Knox, '34, Education 

U.S. Olympian 
Allen Krowe, '54, 

Accounting/Economics 

Former vice-chairman, Texaco 
Tim Kurkjian, 78, Journalism 

Reporter, ESPN & ESPN Magazine 
John Lauer, '63, Chemical Eng. 

Former president, B.F. Goodrich 
George Laurer, '51, Electrical Eng. 

Inventor, Universal Price Code 
Samuel LeFrak, '40, Bus. Admin. 

Chairman, The Lefrak Organization 
William Longbrake, 76, Finance 

Vice chairman, Washington Mutual 
Barbara Lucas, '67, Gov./Politics 

Senior vice-president, public affairs, Black & Decker 
John Lucas, 76, Bus. Admin. 

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