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Sat Sept. 8 EASTERN MICHIGAN 

Sat Sept. 15 WEST VIRGINIA 

Sat Sept. 22 * at Wake Forest 

Sat Sept. 29 idle 

Sat Oct. 6 * VIRGINIA 1 

Thu Oct. 11 * at Georgia Tech (es 

Sat Oct. 20 DUKE 2 

Sat Oct. 27 * at Florida State 

Sat Nov. 3 TROY STATE 

Sat Nov. 10 CLEMSON 

Sat Nov. 17 * at NC State 

Home games listed in capital letters; * - indicates ACC game; 

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n the classroom, our expectation is that each 
and every student-athlete will earn a degree while 
achieving the highest possible academic 
average. 

POn the field, we expect to become a consistent 
Top 20 team. Our primary goals are to win the 
conference championship and be in a position 
to contend for the national title. We will do 
this by mastering the art of preparation, which will 

able us to perform at our optimal level. 

We will apply the lessons learned through 
football into our daily lives. We will learn to be 
accountable for our actions, how to rely on 
one another, and always do what's best 
for the good of the team. 

We will embrace the concept of family 
through team bonding and working toward 
a common goal. 

We will learn to fight through 
dversity and to be winners in 
J>ry aspect of our lives. 

• We will develop relationships 

that last a lifetime. 

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There Is No Better Place To Be Than the 
University of Maryland, 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's business and engineering schools ranked among the nation's top 25 in their 
disciplines. In graduate rankings, the A. James Clark School of Engineering, the School 
of Public Affairs and the College of Education all ranked in the top 25. In addition, the 
Robert H. Smith School of Business undergraduate specialization in management 
information systems was listed seventh nationally. The College of Business also has been 
named one of the country's top business schools for entrepreneurs by Success magazine. 

High tech, engineering, and service industries thrive in proximity to the campus, offering 
a wide spectrum of internships, work-study opportunities and career choices for students. 
And, the campus is surrounded by the dynamic cultural opportunities that only a major 
metropolitan area can provide. 

Whether your focus is the sciences or the humanities, 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. 




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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, allow- 
ing easy access to one of the country's model transportation systems. 

BALTIMORE 

The 1 2th 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 reju- 
venation 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. 



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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 

Union Station 

U.S. Capitol 

Vietnam Veterans Memorial 

Washington Monument 

Washington National Cathedral 

White House 




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» 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 1 
newspapers: the Washington Post 
and the Baltimore Sun. 

USA Today, the nation's 
newspaper, is headquartered less than 20 
;s 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 23rd year as the 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 2000 season, totaling 
more than 500 hours of live game coverage. 

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

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

• ACC football is featured weekly during the season on 
"ACC Live," a half-hour television show shown on FOX 
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Beginning with Maryland's first-ever NFL draft pick in 1937 and continu- 
ing 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, Nehemiah, Lewis, Glover, Atkinson 
and Mike-Mayer have dotted NFL rosters over the years. In all, more 
than 145 Terrapins — including Jermaine Lewis and Larry Webster of the 
Super Bowl champion Baltimore Ravens — have gone on to play profes- 
sionally following their Maryland careers. 

DID YOU KNOW? 

Maryland has been credited with 176 National Football League draft choices since 
937, fourth most among ACC schools. 

• There have been 1 44 players who have gone 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 2001 draft: defensive tackle Kris Jenkins (Carolina 
Panthers) and tailback LaMont Jordan (New York Jets). 

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). 

• Sixteen former Terrapins were on NFL rosters during the 2000 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 
e Pro Football Hall of Fame. 

FORMER TERPS ON 2000 NFL ROSTERS 

Eric Barton, LB Oakland 

J.B. Brown, DB Detroit 

Delbert Cowsette, DL . . . .Indianapolis/Washington 

Cliff Crosby, DB Indianapolis 

John Feugill, OL Denver 

Eric Hicks, DE Kansas City 

Clarence Jones, OT Carolina 

Jermaine Lewis, WR Baltimore 

Neil O'Donnell, QB Tennessee 

Eric Ogbogu, DE New York Jets 

Kendall Ogle, LB Cleveland 

Lewis Sanders, DB Cleveland 

Chad Scott, DB Pittsburgh 

Rafcliff Thomas, LB Indianapolis 

Larry Webster, DT Baltimore 

Frank Wycheck, TE Tennessee 




Over the years Maryland has carved a well-earned reputation as Quarterback U, 
producing 13 players who have gone on to play the position in the 

National Football League. Here's a brief look at some of the 
Terps' most celebrated signal-callers: 



Jack 
Scarbath 

1950-52) — 

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uarterback was 
ner-up to Billy 
essels for the 
sman Trophy and 
a unanimous All- 
merica selection in 
. Named Sport 
line's "Sportsman 
'ear," Scarbath 
nanimous All-South 
action and the Southern 
ference Player of the 

In three seasons, the 
were 24-4-1 with 
ith as QB, including 10- 
51. He went on to 
Maryland's second first- 
3ft pick, going to 
Washington in 1953. 

DlCK SHINER (1961-63) - An honorable mention 
All-America 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 sig- 
nal-caller. He was later drafted 
by the Washington Redskins 
and went on to play 1 1 
years in the NFL. 

BOB AVELUNI( 1972 

74) — In his first start 
as a sophomore, he 
showed a glimpse of 
things to come, setting 
school marks for total 
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while completing 
21 of 3 1 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 

1 7 school records and led the Terps 

to the ACC championship in 1983 

and a berth in the Tangerine Bowl. 

Arguably the most prolific left-hand- 



ed quarterback 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 com- 
manded the greatest comeback in the college 
game as well. On Nov. 1 0, 1 984, 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 season 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 shoulder injury. Gelbaugh 
stepped in to lead Maryland to four wins and a 
narrow one-point loss on the road to Penn State. 
The following 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 champi- 
onship in '85. He served a pair of NFL clubs, the 
Buffalo Bills and Seattle Seahawks. 

NEIL O'DoNNELL (l 987-89) — 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 during his six seasons on 
the team, making a Pro Bowl appearance in only 
his second year and leading the Steelers to an 
appearance in Super Bowl XXX. O'Donnell contin- 
ued his career with the New York Jets, Cincinnati 
Bengals and Tennessee Titans. 

Scon 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 1 990 ranked as the second-highest single- 
season total in school history and helped earn him 
honorable mention All-America recognition from 
Football News. He was taken in the fourth round of 
the 1991 NFL draft by the New England Patriots. 

SCOn MlLANOVICH (1993-95) — He left campus 
as one of the most decorated Terrapin QB's ever. In 
fact, Milanovich still owns or shares 31 Maryland 
passing records, including career standards for 
passing yards (7,301), touchdowns (49) and com- 
pletions (650). He was drafted in 1996 by the 
Tampa Bay Buccaneers. 




The gameday experience at Byrd Stadium has a unique- 
ness all its own which can only be realized by becom- 
ing part of the event. The pageantry which encompass- 
es a Saturday in the Park and a Terrapin football game 
is unmatched in the Atlantic Coast Conference. 

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 Terrapins fans annually. 








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ACC Bowl Arrangements 

The ACC's bowl arrangements for the 
2001 season: 



Jeep Seattle Jan. 2 

Chick-Fil-A Peach Dec. 31 

Toyota Gator Jan. 1 

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Atlanta, Ga. 
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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 82-74-5 (.525) 

in bowl game play. 

Decade of Bowl Success 

In the decade of the '90s, the ACC posted the 

second-best bowl record of any Division l-A 

conference for conferences with at least 20 

appearances. The ACC was 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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Now in its 49th year of competition, the Atlantic Coast 

Conference 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. 

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

• The ACC had five teams appear in post-season 
bowl games for the third year in a row last season. 

• The ACC is the nation's second winningest bowl 
conference with an 82-74-5 mark. 

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

• The ACC was the only conference to have each of 
its teams play in a bowl game in the decade of the 

'90s. 

• The ACC has had 23 consensus All- 
Americans over the past four years, more than 
any other conference. 

• The ACC had 1 3 players earn All- 
America honors in 2000, including 10 first 
team selections. 

• In 2000, the ACC produced eight 
freshman All-Americans. 

The ACC is 20-16 against non-league ranked teams over the past three years. 

The ACC has had 41 first-round NFL draft selections since 1992, including four in the 
1 NFL Draft. 

• ACC teams drew a conference-record 2.7 million fans in 2000, marking the 10th 
straight season the league has attracted more than 2.2 million fans to its games. 




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You, Too, Can Follow in 
the Footsteps of Former 
Terp Chad Scon. 

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

Take the case of Chad Scott, for instance. After 
playing two seasons at Towson in 1993 and 
1994, Scott chose to walk on at Maryland, unin- 
vited. By the close of his first semester on campus, 
Scott was awarded a scholarship and he became 
a Terrapin co-captain 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 receivers and intercepting passes for the 
Pittsburgh Steelers. 

Chad Scott exemplifies the ultimate walk-on port- 
folio. 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 
football fortunes. 

Another example is Terp receiver Jermaine 

rrington who walked on and was the Terps' 

eading wide receiver in 1998 and went on 

to sign an NFL free agent contract with the 

an Francisco 49ers following the 1999 sea- 

on. Arrington played for the Montreal Alouettes 

the CFL in the 2000 season. 

he latest player to go from walk-on to scholar- 

ip player is defensive back Madieu Williams, a 

transfer from Towson who emerged as a bona 

fide contributor with his stellar performance this 

past spring. 



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RALPH FRIEDGEN 



Maryland. '691 

First Season 



They say you can't go home again. For the Univer- 
sity of Maryland, no choice made more sense than to 
make sure that Ralph Friedgen did return home 

Friedgen, the architect of Georgia Tech's high-pow- 
ered offense for nine of the past 14 years and the offen- 
sive coordinator for Bobby Ross at Maryland when the 
Terps won three consecutive ACC titles in the mid-'80s, 
returns to his alma mater as head football coach. 

This stop in College Park is Friedgen's fourth. The 
first was as a student and football player in the late '60s. 
The second came with his first coaching job when he 
served as a graduate assistant from 1969-72. His third 
stop at Maryland was as an offensive coordinator and 
offensive line coach under Ross from 1982-86. Now he 
is back, overlooking Byrd Stadium from the head coach's 
office. 

Named the winner of the Frank Broyles Award as 
the top assistant coach in the country in 1999, Friedgen 
brings 32 years of coaching experience - including 21 
as an offensive coordinator either in college or the NFL - 
with him in his return to College Park, From 1998-2000, 
he orchestrated a Georgia Tech offensive unit that aver- 
aged 36.7 points and 444 yards of total offense per 
game while posting a cumulative record of 
27-8 (.771). The '99 Yellow Jackets, 
led by Heisman runner-up Joe 
Hamilton, finished No. 1 nationally 
in total offense (a school-record 
509 yards per game) and ranked 
second nationally in scoring (40.7 
points per game). Last season's 




Tech team ranked in the top 20 statistically in three major 
NCAA offensive categories, including scoring (33.8 ppg) 
and total offense (435 4 ypg). 

The 54-year-old Friedgen (pronounced FREE-junj 
owns the rare distinction of coordinating the offense for 
both a collegiate national champion and a Super Bowl 
team. A 1969 graduate of the University of Maryland, 
where he earned a degree in physical education, Friedgen 
launched his coaching career as a graduate assistant 
before heading off to a triumvirate of jobs including stints 
at The Citadel (1973-79), William & Mary (1980) and 
Murray State (1981). In '82, he returned to Maryland 
as offensive coordinator and offensive line coach under 
Ross, with Friedgen's tenure lasting until 1986. During 
that stretch, the Terps captured three consecutive ACC 
championships (1983-85) and played in four bowl 
games. All told, the Terrapins were 39-15-1 from 1982- 
86 and won two bowl games (the Sun Bowl in 1984 and 
the Cherry Bowl in 1985). It is the type of success 
Friedgen intends to re-instill in the current group of Terra- 
pins. 

"I think the football experience should be fun and 
what is fun to me is winning," said Friedgen. "Our goals 
will be to be a Top 20 team, year-in and year-out. I am 
looking forward to a lot of success here at Maryland." 

During his five-year stay at Maryland under Ross, 
Friedgen was, along with quarterbacks coach Joe Krivak, 
instrumental in the development of future pro quarterbacks 
Boomer Esiason, Frank Reich and Stan Gelbaugh, all of 
whom spent at least 10 seasons in the National Football 
League. Esiason played professionally from 1984-97, 
Reich, from 1985-98 and Gelbaugh from 1986-95. These 
pic ir s flourished under Friedgen largely because they 
strode to meet his expectations, the same as those he 
works to instill today. 

"I can show the players how to win and how to win 
is knowing how not to lose," said Friedgen. "If they put 
forth the effort and will work, they will win. There is a 
very fine line between winning and losing; it is a percep- 
tion. If you look at the places where I have been - whether 
it is at Georgia Tech the first time when we were 2-9 and 
3-8 and then end up winning the national championship, 
or go the San Diego Chargers and go 2-14 and then 
end going 11-5 and making the playoffs and going to 
the Super Bowl - you have to learn how to win and I 




hard work, though. (Student-athletes) have to work hard, 
practice hard, and be disciplined. (They) are going to 
have to do things that are right, not only on the field but 
off the field as well." 

The Ross-Friedgen connection began in 1973, when 
Ross hired the former Maryland offensive lineman as 
defensive line coach at The Citadel. Friedgen spent seven 
seasons at The Citadel, the last three as offensive coordi- 
nator and offensive line coach. Friedgen then worked one 
season (1980) as offensive coordinator at William & 
Mary and one season (1981 ) as assistant head coach at 
Murray State before Ross tapped him to be his offensive 
coordinator at Maryland in 1982. 

Friedgen followed Ross to Georgia Tech in 1987, 
becoming the Yellow Jackets' offensive coordina- 
tor and quarterbacks coach for the next five 
seasons, including the 1990 can 
paign when Tech, unranked in 
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the national championship with an 11-0-1 record. The na- 
tional title came just two years after the Jackets had posted 
back-to-back seasons of three wins or less. When Ross 
was named head coach of the San Diego Chargers in 
1992, he tapped Friedgen to serve as running game co- 
ordinator for two seasons (1992-93) before elevating him 
to offensive coordinator in 1994, when the Chargers 
advanced to Super Bowl XXIX for the first time in fran- 
chise history During his time with the Chargers, Friedgen 
helped a club that had not made the playoffs in a de- 
cade reach postseason play three times in five seasons. 
Friedgen spent 20 seasons with Ross in coaching 
stops at The Citadel, Maryland, Georgia Tech and the 
Son Diego Chargers. 

Friedgen returned to Tech in 1997, where he served 
another successful stint as offensive coordinator and quar- 
terbacks coach, this time under current head coach 
George O'Leary. 

Known for developing balanced offensive attacks 
with multiple looks, Tech was one of only two teams in 
the country in 1999 to average at least 200 yards rush- 
ing and 200 yards passing. Tech also accomplished the 
feat under Friedgen's guidance in 1990, '91 and '98. 
The 1999 team, with the diminutive Hamilton calling the 
signals at quarterback, set 59 school records, rewriting 
many marks established by the 1990 nationol champion- 
ship team, which was led by another Friedgen pupil, sig- 
nal-caller Shawn Jones ( 1 989-92). Friedgen was a final- 
ist for the Broyles Award as the nation's top assistant coach 
in 1998 when the Rambling Wreck set a then-school 
record with 50 touchdowns. 

Friedgen, who also earned his masters degree from 
the University of Maryland, is the first Maryland alum 
since Bob Ward (1967-68) to serve as the Terps' head 
football coach. Friedgen originally came to Marylond 
as a quarterback in the mid-'60s and spent most of his 
career as an offensive lineman, lettering in 1968 and 
capturing Academic AII-ACC honors the same season. 



He was a two-time winner of the George C. Cook Memo- 
rial Award (1968-69) for having the highest academic 
average on the football team. 

"Coach Friedgen is an experienced and consistently 
successful football coach who also has a passion for 
Maryland," said Maryland athletic director Deborah A 



Yow, "He understands the ACC, embraces Maryland's 
philosophy of the student-athlete and has a clear and 
compelling vision for returning Moryland to national 
prominence." 

Because of his obvious ties to Maryland as a uni- 
versity and a state, Friedgen has slated implicitly that he 
wants to keep the area's best players at home. 

"I think that has to be the main focus of our recruit- 
ing," said Friedgen. "We have to get the better players 
from the state. Not every player is meant to come to the 
University of Maryland, but a large portion of them should. 
I know a lot of coaches in this area and they know me 
from the last time I was here, and a lot of the coaches are 
former Maryland players and I think it is time the Mary- 
land community unites. We have a Terrapin now as the 
head coach. The alumni, the fans, the former players; we 
all have to become a strong force. Part of that is going to 
be recruiting in the state and I am going to rely on those 
former players to get the better prep players to stay in 
state." 

Friedgen's coaching roots run deep. His father, 
Ralph, Sr., was a high school coach for more than 30 
years and masterminded, among other teams, the 1964 
Westchester County (NY.) High School team that went 
undefeated and averaged 44 points per game running 
what was then an unusual multiple offense. It was an 
offense run by a 190-pound quarterback later recruited 
by Maryland named Ralph Friedgen, Jr. 

Friedgen and his wife, the former Gloria Spina, have 
three daughters: Kelley, 23; Kristina, 14, and Katharine, 
12. Gloria is currently serving as an adjunct professor at 
the University of Maryland. 



Fast Facts 



Full Name Ralph Harry Friedgen 

Pronunciation FREE-jun 

Date of Birth April 4, 1947 

Hometown Harrison, N.Y. 

Alma Mater Maryland, '69 

Family Wife, Gloria; daughters, Kelley (23), Kristina (14), Katharine (12) 

Playing Experience Guard, one letter at Maryland (1968) 

Years in Coaching (College) 32 (27) 



Coaching Experience 



Maryland 

2001- Head Coach 

Georgia Tech 

1997-2000 Assistant Coach - Offensive Coordinator/Offensive Line 

San Diego Chargers 

1994-96 Assistant Coach - Offensive Coordinator, 

1992-93 Assistant Coach - Running Game Coordinator/H-Backs/Tight Ends 

Georgia Tech 

1987-91 Assistant Coach - Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks 

Maryland 

1982-86 Assistant Coach - Offensive Coordinator/Offensive Line 

Murray State 

1981 Assistant Head Cooch 

William & Mary 

1980 Assistant Coach - Offensive Coordinator 

The Citadel 

1977-79 Assistant Coach - Offensive Coordinator 

1973-76 Assistant Cooch - Defensive Line 

Maryland 

1969-72 Graduate Assistant 



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THROUGH THE YEARS 



Friedgen as a student at 
Maryland in 1968. 





Friedgen returned to Maryland as an assistant coach I 
in 1 982, where he served through 1 986. 



During his football career at Maryland, 
Friedgen played quarterback and on the 
offensive line. 




Ralph Friedgen, winner of the 1999 Frank Broyles Award as 
the nation's top assistant coach, with the 2000 winner Mark 
Mangino of Oklahoma. 





After stints at Georgia Tech and with the NFL 's San 
Diego Chargers, Friedgen returned to his alma mater, 
as he was named head coach on Nov. 29, 2000. 




Friedgen with the "Voice of the Terps" 
Johnny Holliday at the 200 1 Spring 
Game. 



Former Terp Jess Atkinson interviewing Friedgen after he 
was hired as Maryland new coach. 




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"I am delighted. Maryland is getting a great football coach and a great man Ralph 
Friedgen was one of the finest assistants a head coach could ask for. He's been deserving 
of this opportunity for a long time. He has a great football mind and a great understanding 
of the game on both sides of the ball. He is an outstanding 
recruiter who has been able to recruit anywhere. There is no 
element of what a head coach needs that Ralph Friedgen doesn't 
have He'll be an outstanding head coach in the ACC." 

-Bobby Ross 
Former NFL and College Head Coach 




"Ralph Friedgen is very much a total football coach Ralph has 
a great feel for the game, defense as well as offense, and also 
a great feel for players. He commands respect, and they re- 
spond." 

-George O'Leary 
Georgia Tech Head Coach 



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"I think Ralph Friedgen is a great hire for Maryland I could see this program going back 
to the days of Bobby Ross when the University of Maryland 
was thought of not just as a potential ACC champion - which 
they were three times under Ross - but a team that can get 
back into the national scope and have an impact. Being raised 
in the Baltimore area, I am real excited about what the Terra- 
pins' future looks like now with Ralph Friedgen." 

-Mel Kiper, Jr. 
ESPN Football Analyst 

"In my mind, Maryland football is back with the hiring of Ralph Friedgen as the new head 
coach. I am elated with his hiring Ralph took great care of me as the offensive line coach 
when I played quarterback at Maryland. He comes with a wealth of knowledge, not only 
in the college and pro games, but also in the inner workings of the ACC and the University 
of Maryland, which will help propel this football program back 
to its lofty status of years past. Ralph will also have the full sup- 
port of former Terrapin football players because we truly ap- 
preciate one of our own." 



-Boomer Esioson 
Former Maryland QB ('81-83), NFL Veteran I" 84-97) and 

Football Analyst 







"Coach Friedgen is a quality coach with a proven track record. .Among offensive minds in 

the college or pro game, without a doubt, he is among the best I think he is the perfect fit 

at Maryland because of his knowledge of the school, of the ACC and of the conference's 

recruiting area. From my personal experience with him, I can 

tell you that he is going to do what it takes to win and will not 

take no for an answer when it comes to making Maryland a 

winner." 

—Frank Reich 

Former Maryland QB ('83-84) Under Friedgen and 

NFL Veteran ('85-981 



"He's a mastermind. He understands everything the other team 
is trying to do. He knows what they might do and how they 
might change. Also, he constantly studies (his) team's tenden- 
cies and is prepared for all situations at all times." 





-Joe Hamilton 

Former Georgia Tech QB Under Friedgen and Heisman 

Trophy Runner-Up ['99) 



"Ralph Friedgen was the guy behind the curtain during the Bobby Ross era at Maryland 

Friedgen, though hardly anybody knew it, coordinated those 

offenses that made Maryland a nationally competitive team in 

the early and mid-1980s. He put together one great offensive 

line after another and pulled together so much of what made 

Maryland able to dazzle (its opponents)." 



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Washington Post Columnist 



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CHARLIE TAAFFE 




(Siena College, 73) 
First Season 



Charlie Taalfe is in his first season as offensive coor- 
dinator ond quarterbacks coach for the Maryland Terra- 
pins He was most recently with the Montreal Alouettes of 
the Canadian Football League where he served as head 
coach in 1999 and 2000. 

Under Taaffe's guidance, the Alouettes had a com- 
bined 25-14 record (back-to-back 12-6 regular seasons 
ond a 1-2 playoff record) and most recently advanced to 
the 2000 Grey Cup finals. For his efforts in 1999 and 
2000, Taaffe was named Intergold CFLPA Coach of the 
Year making him only the second Montreal coach to earn 
such distinction (Marv Levy being the first in 1974) and the 
first coach in league history to earn the honor in each of 
his first two years. He also earned the same distinction 
from the Canadian Football Writers Association. All to- 
gether, Taaffe spent four years in Montreal as he served 
two years as the Alouettes' offensive coordinator before 
taking over as head cooch. 

While in Canada, Taaffe's offenses put up some lofty 
numbers. In 2000, the Alouettes broke the all-lime league 
record for points in a regular season as they posted 594. 
Taaffe helped quarterback Anthony Calvillo to a 112.9 
pass efficiency rating in 2000 after a 108.9 rating led the 
league. Former Boston College back Mike Pringle also 
excelled in Taaffe's system as he ran for 1,656 yards in 
'99, also leading the league. 

Prior to his stint north of the border, Taaffe was the 
head coach at The Citadel from 1987-96. Taaffe took the 
Bulldogs to new heights in his 10 yeors with the Division I- 
AA school as he won more games than any coach in the 
history of the Military College. Prior to his tenure, The 
Citadel had not won a league game or road game in over 
two seasons. Under Taaffe, the Bulldogs won a Southern 
Conference championship, finished a regular season 
(1992) ranked No. 1 in the country and advanced to the 
Division l-AA playoffs three times. He was the 1992 re- 
cipient of the Eddie Robinson Award (which recognizes 
the top coach in Division l-AA), the Southern Conference 
Coach of the Year in 1990 and '88, and the Kodak Re- 
gion II Coach of the Year in those same seasons In addi- 
tion, his teams beat six different Division l-A opponents (in 
12 tries) including upsets of South Carolina (1990) and 
Arkansas (1992) and four of his teams were ranked in the 
final national l-AA poll (14" in 1988; 15* in 1990; 20" in 
1991; 1-in 1992). 

His 1992 team was arguably the best in The Citadel's 
history as it finished 11-1, was the top ranked team at the 
end of the regular season, and ultimately fell to the even- 
tual champ (Youngstown State) in the quarterfinals. His 



overall record at The Citadel was 59-54-1, with six sea- 
sons of .500 or better. 

In addition to his teams' on-field accomplishments, 
Taaffe's Bulldogs had a graduation rale of 89 percent 
over the course of his tenure. 

Taaffe came lo The Citadel after a successful stint as 
an offensive ossislanl at the U.S. Military Academy from 
1981-86. In ihe three years Taaffe served as Army's of- 
fensive coordinator, Ihe Cadets had a combined record 
of 23-13. 

Taaffe's ties lo the Atlantic Coast Conference are 
strong. Before his stint at The Citadel, Taaffe coached at 
three different ACC schools for a total of seven years. From 
1 976-80, he was an assistant at Virginia where he coached 
the offensive backfield, linebackers and special teams. His 
position with the Cavaliers came on the heels of graduate 
assislantships with NC State (1975, receivers) and Geor- 
gia Tech (1974, offensive backfield). 

The 1 973 season was Taaffe's first as a coach at the 
collegiate level as he was an offensive backfield coach at 
Albany (NY.) Slate College. The position came right af- 
ter his graduation from Siena College in Siena, NY., where 
he was a quarterback for three years and earned a B A 
in education in 1973. He was inducted into Siena's Ath- 
letic Hall of Fame in 1990. 

Born April 20, 1 950, Taaffe is married to the former 
Jan Anderson, a former athletic trainer at Army, The couple 
has one son, Brian Patrick, who was born March 17, 1989. 




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Personal 



Date of Birth April 20, 1950 

Hometown Albany, NY. 

Alma Mater Siena College, '73 

Pronunciation taff 



Coaching Experience 



.Assistant Coach • Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks Coach 



Maryland 

2001- 

Montreal Alouettes (CFL) 

1999-2000 Head Coach 

1997-98 Offensive Coordinator 

The Citadel 

1987-96 Head Coach 

U.S. Military Academy 

1981-86 Assistant Coach - Offensive Coordinator, Quarterbacks, Offensive Backfield 

Virginia 

1 976-80 Assistant Cooch - Offensive Backfield, Linebackers, Special Teams 

NC State 

1975 Graduate Assistant- Receivers 

Georgia Tech 

1974 Graduate Assistant - Offensive Backfield 

Albany (N.Y.) 

1973 Assistant Coach - Offensive Backfield 



Playing Experience 



Siena College 

1970-72 Quarterback 

Clemson 

1969 Quarterback 



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GARY BLACKNEY '_ 




(Connecticut, '67) 
First Season 



Gary Blackney is in his first season as the Terra- 
pins' defensive coordinator and secondary coach. He 
most recently served as head coach at Bowling Green 
State University. He resigned his post following the final 
game of the 2000 season after 10 successful years with 
the program and an overall record of 60-50-2 (47-32-2, 
MAC). The BGSU job was his first as a head coach and 
his 60 wins as a Falcon rank third on the school's all-time 
list. 

Blackney left Bowling Green as the only coach in 
school history to win a bowl game as he led the Falcons 
to victories in the 1991 California Raisin Bowl (28-21 over 
Fresno State) and the 1992 Las Vegas Bowl (35-34 over 
Nevada). With 11 wins in 1991 and 10 in 1992, he is 
the only coach in BGSU history to have back-to-back sea- 
sons of 10 wins or more. In doing so, he also became 
one of just three coaches ever to have been named Mid- 
American Conference Coach of the Year in consecutive 
seasons. Other honors at Bowling Green included being 
named a finalist for Football News' National Coach of 
the Year award in 1991 as well as two selections as AFCA 
Region 3 Coach of the Year (in '91 and '92). 

The 1991 season was Blackney's first as a head 
coach and with 1 1 wins that year, he tied an NCAA record 
for most wins by a first-year head coach. In fact, his ca- 
reer at Bowling Green began with a MAC record 19 
straight conference wins and a 22-game unbeaten streak 
in the first two years. But the accolades did not end on 
the playing field for Blackney. To date, he is the only 
coach from the MAC to have his recruiting classes re- 
ceive the American Football Coaches Association Aca- 
demic Achievement Award (70 percent or better gradu- 
ation rate) each year of the award's existence. His first 
recruiting class (1991-92) finished with one of the top 
marks in the nation at 93 percent. 

Prior to taking over at Bowling Green, Blackney 
served as an assistant coach for 21 years. After serving 
as a graduate assistant at his alma mater, Connecticut, in 
1968 and '69, he got his first full-time position in 1970 
as a defensive backs coach at Brown. He then spent two 
seasons (1973-74) as offensive backs coach at Rhode 
Island. From there his stint serving big-time programs (and 
often alongside some big-time coaching names) began. 



From 1975-77, he was a defensive backs coach and ul- 
timately defensive coordinator (1977) at Wisconsin. Af- 
ter three years with the Badgers, he moved to the West 
Coast and UCLA where he worked as a defensive bocks 
coach under Terry Donahue. In 1980, Blackney came 
back east to Syracuse where he held the same post from 
1980-83 under Dick MacPherson. His final coaching 
spot before Bowling Green was at Ohio State where he 
began his tenure in 1984 as a defensive backs coach 
under Earl Bruce and ended as an inside linebackers 
coach from 1988-90 under John Cooper. In between 
(1985-87), he was the Buckeyes' defensive coordinator. 

Of all of his positions, however, none had the 
eventual name-power that could match that of his G.A. 
job at Connecticut. In Storrs, he worked with Rick 
Forzano, current South Carolina coach Lou Holtz, former 
Cleveland Browns head coach Sam Rutigliano, as well 
as eventual NFL assistants Dave Adolph and Dan 
Sekanovich. 

A 1967 graduate of UConn, Blackney is a native 
of Plainview, N.Y., and was born in Astoria, N.Y. He 
and his wife, Lauretta, have four children (Debbie, David, 
Kyle and Gary, Jr.) and three grandchildren (Kerie, Jamie 
and Abby). 




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Personal 

Date of Birth December 10, 1944 

Hometown Plainview, N.Y. 

Alma Mater Connecticut, '67 

Coaching Experience 

Maryland 

2001- Assistant Coach - Defensive Coordinator/Secondary 

Bowling Green 

1991-2000 Head Coach 

Ohio State 

1988-90 Assistant Coach - Inside Linebackers 

1985-87 Assistant Coach - Defensive Coordinator 

1984 Assistant Coach - Defensive Backs 

Syracuse 

1980-83 Assistant Coach - Defensive Backs 

UCLA 

1978-79 Assistant Coach - Defensive Backs 

Wisconsin 

1977 Assistant Coach - Defensive Coordinator 

1975-76 Assistant Coach - Defensive Backs 

Rhode Island 

1973-74 Assistant Coach ■ Offensive Backs 

Brown 

1970-72 Assistant Coach ■ Defensive Backs 

Connecticut 

1968-69 Graduate Assistant 

Playing Experience 

Connecticut 

1965-66 Running Bock/Defensive Back 



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(Delaware, 72) 
First Season 



Tom Brattan begins his first season in College Park 
os the Terps' offensive line cooch. He comes to Mary- 
land with 29 years of coaching experience, including 1 9 
at the collegiate level. He served his last two years at 
Stanford University as the Cardinal's offensive line coach 
in charge of centers and guards. 

Of the two years Brattan spent with the Cardinal, 
1999 was the team's brightest. Stanford went 8-4 that 
season and had wins over Arizona, UCLA, Oregon State 
and Notre Dame on the way to a Rose Bowl bid. The 
'99 Stanford offense scored at least 31 points in all but 
three games and hit the 50-point plateau three times. It 
averaged 372 points and 467.1 yards per game, and 
Brattan's offensive line allowed a paltry 1 5 sacks despite 
385 passing attempts (an average of one sack for every 
27 attempts). 

In 1983, Brattan took his first job at the collegiate 
level at William & Mary as an offensive backfield coach. 
After just one season, he was promoted to offensive co- 
ordinator and served the remainder of his tenure ( 1984- 
91 ) in that capacity. He also worked with the offensive 
line at William & Mary. While Brattan was there, the 
Tribe took their play to new heights, advancing to the 
NCAA Division l-AA playoffs three times. From 1986 to 
1990, William & Mary earned national rankings in three 
seasons (No. 9 in 1986; No. 13 in 1989; No. 7 in 1990) 
The success was largely a product of Brattan's offensive 
design as his unit ranked in the top 20 in offense in 1985 
and '86, while it hod the top-rated attack in Division l-AA 
for the 1990 season and the sixth-best in '91. 

Brattan took his success at the l-AA level to his 
next job. Northwestern, where he resided from 1992-98 
as offensive line coach. In Brattan's first three years at 
the school, the Wildcats continued their struggle to re- 
gain their winning ways, pushing their streak of seasons 
without a winning mark to 23. Then in 1995, the Wild- 
cats were in the national spotlight as they came seem- 
ingly out of nowhere to win the Big Ten championship for 
the first time in 47 years and advanced to the Rose Bowl 
where they ultimately fell to Southern California. They 
finished that season - despite the Rose Bowl loss - ranked 
seventh in the nation with a 10-2 record. Brattan's offen- 
sive line played a huge role in the team's success as it 
allowed just eight sacks all year while helping propel 
Darnell Autry to o new school rushing record. As a team, 
Northwestern finished fifth nationally that season in rush- 
ing. 



The Wildcats went on to post a combined 15-1 
conference record in 1995 and 1996, taking the Big 
Ten crown both years after having won just five league 
games in the three years previous. In '96, they earned a 
bid to play Tennessee in the Citrus Bowl, 

Brattan got his start in coaching as a graduate 
assistant at his alma mater, Delaware, in 1972. After 
one year in Newark, he took his first full time coaching 
post at Highland Springs (Va.) High School as an offen- 
sive line coach After three years (1973-75) at High- 
land Springs, he moved bock to his home state and took 
his first head coaching job at McKean High School in 
1977. He spent one year at McKean before moving 
back to Virginia and taking over as the head coach at 
Lloyd C. Bird High School. After serving at Bird in 1978, 
he returned to Highland Springs - this time as a head 
coach - for his final four years (1979-82) at the prep 
level. That final stint was a successful one, as he led 
HSHS to three district championships in his four years. 

A native of Newark, Del., Brattan is a 1 972 gradu- 
ate of his hometown University of Delaware where he 
earned his bachelor's degree in history and later earned 
his master's degree in education in 1977 He was a 
member of the Blue Hen football team and earned a 
varsity letter in 1 971 . He and his wife, Anne, have three 
children - Kristen, Kate and Megan. 







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Date of Birth October 14, 1950 

Hometown Newark, Del. 

Alma Mater Delaware, '72 

Pronunciation rhymes with latin 

Coaching Experience 

Stanford 

1999-2000 Assistant Coach - Offensive Line (centers and guards) 

Northwestern 

1997-98 Assistant Head Coach 

1992-98 Assistant Cooch - Offensive line 

William & Mary 

1984-91 Assistant Coach - Offensive Coordinator/Offensive Line 

1983 Assistant Coach - Offensive Backfield 

Highland Springs (Va.) High School 

1979-82 Head Coach 

Lloyd C. Bird High School (Va.) 

1978 Head Coach 

McKean (Del.) High School 

1977 Head Coach 

Highland Springs (Va.) High School 

1973-75 Assistant Coach - Offensive line 

Delaware 

1972 Graduate Assistant 

Playing Experience 

Delaware 

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JAMES FRANKLIN 




IE. Stroudshurg. '95> 

Second Season 



James Franklin begins his second year at Mary- 
land after joining the coaching staff in April 2000 fol- 
lowing a one-year stint as wide receivers and tight ends 
coach at Idaho State University. 

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 coaching staffs at 
Washington 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 

In 1999, 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, fin- 
ished ninth nationally in total offense, averaging better 
than 30 points per game. 

Franklin, 29, 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 ap- 
pearances. 

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 Na- 
tional Football League's minority internship program. In 
1996, he served as a graduate assistant at East 
Stroudsburg, working primarily with the secondary. 

In the summer of 1999, Franklin worked with the 
Philadelphia Eagles coaching staff as part of the NFL's 
minority internship program 

During his career, he has recruited the Maryland- 
Virginia area, as well as New York, Pennsylvania, New 
England, the Midwest and California. He is currently re- 
sponsible for recruiting in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New 
York, Georgia, Florida and Maryland. 

Franklin was a two-time Pennsylvania State Ath- 
letic Conference selection as a quarterback at East 




Stroudsburg, earning team MVP honors as a senior when He played one season of professional football in 

he set seven school records, including single-season marks the European League, capturing league MVP honors in 

for total offense (3,128), passing yards (2,586) and TD 1996 for the Danish national champions, 

passes (19). He was honored by Sports Illustrated as a Franklin earned his master's degree in 1999 from 

national player of the week in October 1994 Washington State 



Personal 



Date of Birth 
Hometown ... 
Alma Mater 



February 2, 1972 

Langhorne, Pa. 

East Stroudsburg, '95 



Coaching Experience 



Maryland 

2000- 

Idaho State 

1999 

Washington State 

1998 

James Madison 

1997 

East Stroudsburg 

1996 

Kutztown 

1995 



Assistant Coach - Wide Receivers 

Assistant Coach - Wide Receivers/Tight Ends 

Assistant Coach - Tight Ends 

Assistant Coach - Wide Receivers 

Graduate Assistant - Secondary 

Assistant Coach - Wide Receivers 



Playing Experience 



East Stroudsburg 
1991-94 



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MIKE LOCKSLEY 




(Towson. '92) 
Fifth Season 



Mike Locksley, who has played a key role in the 
ma|or turnaround in Maryland's running game the past 
few years, is in his fifth season on the Maryland staff and 
his fourth as recruiting coordinator. 

In 1999, the Terps completed a dramatic turn- 
around in the rushing department, leading the ACC in 
average yards per game (234.1 ] just two seasons after 
finishing ninth in the league in that category. Led by sec- 
ond team All-American LaMont Jordan, who finished fifth 
nationally in rushing yards per game, Maryland ranked 
12th in the country in rushing in 1999. Three seasons 
ago, the Terps registered the nation's sixth-biggest jump 
in rushing yards per game by nearly doubling their out- 
put from the previous season. 

Four years ago under Locksley's tutelage, Jordan 
broke most major Maryland freshman rushing standards 
on his way to finishing as a runner-up for ACC Rookie of 
the Year honors. 

Locksley, who also serves as the Terps' recruiting 
coordinator, has been instrumental in coordinating im- 
proved signing classes by the Terps, including the 2000 
class which was ranked among the nation's top 25 by 
one analyst and in helping maintain the strength of Ralph 
Friedgen's first recruiting class in 2001 

Born Christmas Day, 1969, in Washington, D.C., 
Locksley is a 1992 graduate of Towson University (busi- 
ness administration], where he was a three-year starter in 
the Tigers' backfield from 1988-91. Locksley, who started 
one year al 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. 

Locksley began his coaching career overseeing 
special teams and defensive backs at his alma mater in 
1992. He moved on to the United States Naval Acad- 
emy Prep School (NAPS] in Newport, R.I., where he 
served as defensive coordinator, defensive line coach and 
head track & 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 the following year, pendence Bowl. At Army, he helped develop tight end 

accepting a position coaching the wide receivers and Ron Leshinski, who earned All-East honors, 
tight ends at Army. During his one-year stint at Army, the Locksley, 31, and his wife, Kia, have three sons: 

Cadets defeated rival Navy and appeared in the Inde- Mike Jr., Meiko and Kai, and a daughter, Kori. 



Persona] 



Date of Birth 
Hometown 
Alma Mater 



December 25, 1969 

Washington, DC. 

Towson, '92 



Coaching Experience 



Maryland 

1997- 

Army 

1996 

Pacific 

1995 

U.S. Noval Academy Prep School 

1993-94 

Towson 

1992 



Assistant Coach - Running Backs/Recruiting Coordinator 

Assistant Coach - Receivers/Tight Ends 

Assistant Coach - Linebackers 

. Assistant Coach - Defensive Coordinator/Defensive Line 
Assistant Coach - Defensive Backs/Special Teams 



Playing Experience 



Towson 
1988-91 



Defensive Back 



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(Millersville, 79) 
First Season 



Ray Rychleski begins his first year as Maryland's 
special teams coordinator and tight ends coach. He 
comes to College Park with 22 years of coaching experi- 
ence under his belt, including 20 at the collegiate level- 
He served the last eight years at Wake Forest University 
and his tenure can best be described as diverse. 

For the last two years, Rychleski was the Demon 
Deacons' tight ends coach while also serving as the team's 
special teams coordinator. For the three years prior to 
becoming tight ends coach and special teams coordina- 
tor (1996-98), he worked with WFU's outside lineback- 
ers. During his first three seasons at Wake (1993-95), 
Rychleski coached the defensive line. 

Among Rychleski's accomplishments at Wake 
were the grooming of defensive lineman Drew Booe into 
an AII-ACC selection, outside linebacker David Zadel who 
signed with the Dallas Cowboys in 1 998 and interior line- 
man Jay Williams who went on to play for the St. Louis 
Rams. 

Rychleski began his coaching career on the prep 
level in Pennsylvania in 1979 before heading to Temple 
University to take his first full-time collegiate position as a 
defensive backs and outside linebackers coach He spent 
eight years at Temple (1981-88) before heading to North- 
eastern (1989-90) as a defensive coordinator/inside line- 
backers coach. After two years at Northeastern, Rychleski 
spent a year at Penn State (1991, offensive line) and one 
summer with the Toronto Argonauts (1992, defense) as a 
volunteer assistant. 

In 1992, Rychleski was hired as defensive coordi- 
nator, special teams coordinator and defensive backs 
coach at East Stroudsburg University where he helped 
the Warriors to their best record in 13 years. After his 
brief stint in Stroudsburg, he left for Wake Forest in 1993. 

A native of Old Forge, Pa., Rychleski earned his 
degree in social studies from Millersville (Pa.) University 
in 1979. 




Personal 

Date of Birth September 27, 1957 

Hometown Old Forge, Pa. 

Alma Mater Millersville (Pa.), '79 

Pronunciation rich-LESS-key 

Coaching Experience 

Maryland 

2001- Assistant Coach - Special Teams Coordinator/Tight Ends 

Wake Forest 

1999-2000 Assistant Coach - Tight Ends/ Special Teams 

1996-98 Outside Linebackers/Defensive Special Teams 

1993-95 Defensive Line 

East Stroudsburg 

1992 Assistant Coach - Defensive Coordinator/Special Teams Coordinator/Defensive Backs 

Toronto Argonauts 

Summer, 1992 Volunteer Assistant Coach - Defense 

Penn State 

1991 Volunteer Assistant Coach - Offensive Line 

Northeastern 

1989-90 Assistant Coach - Defensive Coordinators/Inside Linebackers 

Penn State 

Spring, 1989 Volunteer Assistant Coach • Secondary 

Temple 

1981-88 Assistant Coach - Defensive Backs/Outside Linebackers 

Neshaminy (Pa.) High School 

1980 Head Coach - Freshman Team 

Manheim (Pa.) Township High School 

1979 Assistant Coach • Quarterbacks/Defensive Backs 



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(Wisconsin. '82) 
First Season 



Al Seamonson begins his first season as outside line- 
backers coach for the Terrapins. He will also assist Ray 
Rychleski with the special teams. 

Seamonson comes to Maryland with 1 8 years of 
collegiate coaching experience. He spent last season at 
Bowling Green State University - where he worked un- 
der current Terp defensive coordinator Gary Blackney - 
as the Falcons' special teams coordinator and lineback- 
ers coach. 

In his lone year at Bowling Green, Seamonson 
helped the Falcons produce a defensive unit that ranked 
fourth in the MAC in rushing defense and total defense. 
Hired by Blackney, who at the time was the Falcons' head 
coach, he was responsible - in addition to his duties with 
special teams and linebackers - for recruiting Pittsburgh 
and Western Pennsylvania, West Virginia, New York and 
Flonda. 

Seamonson's coaching tenure prior to BGSU was 
weighted heavily in military settings. From 1987-99, he 
coached at The Citadel (The Military College of South 
Carolina), where he started as a wide receivers coach 
(1987) before serving the remainder of his tenure (1988- 
99) as special teams coordinator and linebackers coach. 
At The Citadel, Seamonson coached under current Terp 
offensive coordinator Charlie Taaffe and worked along- 
side defensive line coach Dave Sollazzo. He helped 
coach five linebackers to All-Southern Conference hon- 
ors and one (J.J. Davis) to an appearance in the Senior 
Bowl. The highlight of his tenure was in 1992 when the 
Bulldogs led Division l-AA in scoring defense, yielding 
just 13.0 points per contest en route to a Southern Con- 
ference championship and advancing to the l-AA play- 
offs for the third time in five years. 

The Citadel was not Seamonson's first taste of the 
military life, however, as he was a linebackers coach at 
the U.S. Military Academy (Army) in West Point, N.Y., for 
the 1985 ond '86 seasons. In his first season at Army, 



the Cadets were one of the surprise teams in the country 
as they won the 1985 Peach Bowl, 31-29, over Illinois. 
It was one of just four times in the Academy's history that 
it had gone to a bowl game. 

A 1982 graduate of Wisconsin and a two-year 
letterwinner for the Badgers at wide receiver, Seamonson 
got his start in coaching in Madison. In 1982 and '83, 
he served as a volunteer coach for Wisconsin's wide re- 
ceivers. He then was a graduate assistant for the next 
two years where he worked for the Badgers' secondary 
unit 

Born September 7, 1959, in Stoughton, Wise, 
Seamonson was an all-state receiver at Stoughton High 
School and was a captain for the All-State Shrine Team 
in 1977 He and his wife, Kristi, have three children: 
Kylen, Kalvin and Karter. 




Personal 

Date of Birth September 7, 1959 

Hometown Stoughton, Wise. 

Alma Mater Wisconsin, '82 

Coaching Experience 

Maryland 

2001 - Assistant Coach - Outside Linebackers/Special Teams Assistant 

Bowling Green 

2000 Assistant Coach - Special Teams Coordinator/Linebackers 

The Citadel 

1987-99 Assistant Coach - Special Teams Coordinator/Linebackers/Wide Receivers 

United States Military Academy (Army) 

1985-86 Assistant Coach - linebackers 

Wisconsin 

1983-84 Graduate Assistant - Defensive Backs 

Wisconsin 

1982-83 Volunteer Coach -Wide Receivers 

Playing Experience 

Wisconsin 

1978-81 Wide Receiver 



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Seventh Season 



Rod Sharpless returns to Maryland — for the third 
time - as linebackers coach under Ralph Friedgen 
Sharpless is a graduate of the university and twice 
coached in College Park. 

Most recently a member of the Rutgers football 
staff, Sharpless was an associate head coach from 1 996- 
2000. In 1996 and '97, he was also the Scarlet Knights' 
defensive coordinator. 

Sharpless came to Rutgers by way of Virginia Tech 
where he was a co-defensive coordinator and outside 
linebackers coach for three years (1993-95). Under his 
guidance, the Hokie defensive unit was one of the best in 
thecountryin 1995. That season, the Tech defense ranked 
first nationally againstthe run, fifth in scoring defense and 
10th in total defense. Virginia Tech also went to three 
bowls in his three years as a coach in Blacksburg, win- 
ning the 1996 Sugar Bowl and the 1993 Independence 
Bowl. In his career as a coach and a player, Sharpless 
has participated in 11 bowl games. 

Prior to his successful tenure at Virginia Tech, 
Sharpless coached at Cornell (1992), Maryland (1990- 
91; 1977-80), Kentucky (1982-89) and Richmond 
(1981). Like Friedgen, his time with the Terrapins was 
marked with success as Maryland went to four bowls in 
his six years as a coach, including the Terps' last bowl 
appearance, the 1990 Independence Bowl. 

Sharpless' success at Maryland is not limited to 
his time spent in College Park as a coach, however. As a 
player, Sharpless was a starting linebacker on the 1974 
ACC championship team that went to the Liberty Bowl 
and on the '73 team that played in the Peach Bowl. In 
1974, he had 67 tackles and tied for third on the team 
with four sacks. 

Sharpless got his first taste in coaching in the prep 
ranks as he was a football and track coach at Willingboro 
(N.J.) High School from 1975-77. Notably, he worked 
with eventual Olympic medalist Carl Lewis while serving 
as a track coach at Willingboro. 



A native of Jacksonville, N.C., Sharpless earned 
his bachelor's degree in health and physical education 
from Maryland in 1975 and went on to earn his master's 
from Bowie (Md ) State in education in 1981 He served 
in the United States Air Force for three-and-a-half years 
(1969-72) before enrolling at Maryland. 

He is married to the former Linda DiColo who, as 
it turns out, has quite a history in College Park herself. A 
former assistant coach on the 1991 NCAA runner-up 
Terrapin women's lacrosse team and the Maryland field 
hockey team, Linda also earned her master's from the 
university. The couple has a 10-year-old daughter, 
Victoria. 





Personal 



Date of Birth November 6, 1949 

Hometown Jacksonville, N.C. 

Alma Mater Maryland, '75 



Coaching Experience 



. Assistant Coach - Inside Linebackers 



Maryland 

2001- 

Rutgers 

2000 Associate Head Coach - Defensive Line 

1 996-99 Associate Head Coach - Defensive Coordinator ( 1 996-97)/lnside Linebackers 

Virginia Tech 

1993-95 Assistant Coach - Co-Defensive Coordinator/Outside Linebackers 

Cornell 

1992 Assistant Coach - Defensive Line 

Maryland 

1990-91 Assistant Coach - Wide Receivers 

Kentucky 

1982-89 Assistant Coach - Defensive Line 

Richmond 

1981 Assistant Coach - Outside Linebackers 

Maryland 

1977-80 Assistant Coach - Outside Linebackers 

Willingboro (NJ.) High School 

1975-77 Football coach/track and field coach 



Playing Experience 



Maryland 

1972-74 Linebacker 



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First Season 



Like Ralph Friedgen, Dave Sollazzo is making a 
return to the University of Maryland. Sollazzo, most re- 
cently of Georgia Tech, was a defensive line coach for 
the Terps in 1986 and '87 as well as a graduate assis- 
tant in 1984. He is in his first year as Maryland's current 
defensive line coach. 

Sollazzo was at Tech in 1999 and 2000 as a 
defensive tackles coach, but returns to College Park to 
again coach the entire defensive front. In his two years in 
Atlanta, Georgia Tech participated in a pair of bowl 
games - the Gator Bowl in 1 999 and the Peach Bowl in 
2000. 

Prior to his appointment with the Yellow Jackets, 
Sollazzo was the defensive line coach at The Citadel from 
1989-98. The Citadel was another homecoming for 
Sollazzo as he had lettered for the Bulldogs for three 
years on the defensive line from 1974-76. In that time, he 
started 33 consecutive games under former Maryland 
coach Bobby Ross. His position coach was Ralph 
Friedgen. 

As a coach at The Citadel (where he was hired 
by Charlie Taaffe], Sollazzo coached Brad Keeney to 
All-America honors and Southern Conference-leading 
totals in sacks and tackles for loss in 1995. In addition, 
he coached nine other defensive linemen to all-confer- 
ence honors while with the Bulldogs. The highlight of his 
coaching career in Charleston, however, may have been 
his involvement in helping The Citadel in 1992 to the 
Southern Conference championship and a No. 1 rank- 
ing at the end of the regular season. That '92 squad led 
the nation in scoring defense at 13 points per game and 
finished sixth in pass efficiency defense. In 1997, he was 
a part of an impressive defensive effort in which the Bull- 
dogs finished their season by not allowing a touchdown 
in their final 13 quarters. 

Along with his ties to Maryland and The Citadel, 
Sollazzo has an extensive history in prep coaching. With 
the exception of the Maryland job in 1984 (a season 
that saw the Terps win the ACC and earn a berth in the 
Sun Bowl), Sollazzo was a high school defensive coordi- 
nator in South Carolina from 1978-85. 

Sollazzo was born in Harrison, NY., on Decem- 
ber 24, 1955, and earned his degree from The Citadel 
in 1977. He is married to the former Ellen Beloin of 
Farmington, Conn. 




Personal 



Date of Birth ... 

Hometown 

Alma Mater 
Pronunciation 



December 24, 1955 

Harrison, NY 

The Citadel, '77 

so-LAH-zo 



Coaching Experience 



Maryland 

2001- 

Georgia Tech 

1999-2000 

The Citadel 

1989-98 

Guilford (N.C.) College 

1988 

Maryland 

1986-87 

Stratford (S.C.) High School 

1985 

Maryland 

1984 

North Charleston (S.C.) High School 

1983 

Fort Johnson (S.C.) High School 
1978-82 



Assistant Coach - Defensive line 

Assistant Coach - Defensive Tackles 

Assistant Coach - Defensive Line 

Assistant Coach - Defensive Line 

Assistant Coach - Defensive Line 

. Assistant Coach - Defensive Coordinator 

Groduote Assistant 

. Assistant Coach - Defensive Coordinator 
. Assistant Coach - Defensive Coordinator 



Playing Experience 



The Citadel 
1974-76 



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(Heidelberg. '87) 
Third Season 



Tom Deahn is in his third year on the Maryland 
football staff and his second as director of football op- 
erations. He served as assistant recruiting coordinator dur- 
ing the 1999 season. His administrative responsibilities 
include daily management of the football program, in- 
cluding operations, team travel and schedule coordina- 
tion. 

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



ment manager for a 1 9-sport program. While at St. 
Norbert, he coached two offensive linemen 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 na- 
tional 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 coordi- 
nator and strength coordinator during his stay. Catholic's 
defense ranked second in the country in 1993. Two of 
his players received All-America recognition. 

Deahn played collegiately at Heidelberg College 
in Ohio, where he was a member of two nationally ranked 
teams. 

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




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(Maryland. '81) 
Ei ghth Season 



Dwight Gait, a member of the Terps' strength staff 
since 1989, is in his eighth year as Maryland's head 
strength and conditioning coach. His responsibilities in- 
clude managing the department's three training facilities 
and coordinating strength and conditioning programs for 
the Terps' 25 varsity sports, with special emphasis on foot- 
ball. 

Gait, who earned his bachelor's degree in busi- 
ness management ( 1 98 1 ) and his master's degree in ex- 
ercise physiology (1989) from the University of Mary- 
land, 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 that 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 44-year-old Gall and his wife, Jan, have four 
children: Angie, Teri, Dwight IV and Tom. 




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(Johns Ho pkins. '97) 
First Season 



John Donovan enters his first season with the Ter- 
rapins as assistant recruiting coordinator. 

Donovan is a familiar face to coaches Ralph 
Friedgen and Dove Sollazzo as he served as a graduate 
assistant for the Georgia Tech offense from 1998-2000, 
While with the Yellow Jackets, one of his responsibilities 
was helping Friedgen with game plan and practice prepa- 
ration 

Prior to his tenure in Atlanta, Donovan worked as 
an assistant secondary coach at Villanova, helping the 
Wildcats in 1997 to a 12-1 season and a No. 1 ranking 
in the season's final six weeks. 

A 1997 graduate of Johns Hopkins and three-year 
starter for the Blue Jays' football team, Donovan was twice 
named an all-conference defensive back and a member 
of the 1993-94 basketball team that earned an NCAA 
Tournament berth. He later went on to earn his master's 
degree in economics while working at Georgia Tech. 




(Tennessee, '97) 
First Season 



Mitch Wilkens is in his first season working with 
the University of Maryland football program as director 
of video services. Wilkens will serve the Terps' football 
program from his newly renovated, state-of-the-ort facility 
located in the Gossett Football Team House. 

Wilkens and his staff videotape all Terrapin football 
practices, scrimmages and games and then employ the 
recently-purchased Pinnacle Sports Pro video equipment 
to edit and break down the footage to best serve the 
needs of coaches and players. 

Wilkens come to Maryland by way of the Univer- 
sity of Pittsburgh where he served the Ponthers as a video 
coordinator during the 2000 season. Prior to his stint in 
Pittsburgh, Wilkens spent time as the video coordinator 
ot UMass and Louisiana Tech. He got his start as an 
assistant at his alma mater, the University of Tennessee, in 
1997. 




(Mount Union. '97) 
First Season 



In his first season as a graduate assistant with the Terps 
is Brian Flinn. Flinn will be working with the Terrapin offense. 
Among his duties are breaking down opponent film, working 
with the scout team and assisting with the offensive line. 

Flinn comes to College Park from Villanova Univer- 
sity where he worked with the Wildcats' tight ends in 2000. 
While at Villanova, he helped with the offensive line and in 
evaluating opponent game film Flinn's first graduate assis- 
fantship was at Drake University where he worked with the 
wide receivers. 

Flinn began his coaching career at his olma mater, 
Mount Union College, in 1998. That season he worked with 
wide receivers before moving on as an assistant with outside 
linebackers in '99. While at Mount Union, he was a jack-of- 
all-trades, serving as the team's academic supervisor, head 
equipment manager and assistont strength coach. 

A wide receiver and all-conference tight end for the 
Raiders from 1993-96, Flinn earned bachelor's degrees in 
business and philosophy from the Ohio college. 

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14th Season 



Rob Ohnnger is in his 1 4th year as the Terrapins' 
head equipment manager. Ohringer oversees the order- 
ing, inventory, maintenance and distribution of all ath- 
letic equipment for the university's 25 intercollegiate sports 
programs. While managing the overall equipment op- 
eration for the entire department, Ohringer primarily 
serves as the football equipment manager on a day-to- 
day basis. 

A native of nearby Bethesda, Md., Ohringer 
graduated from Maryland with a bachelor's degree in 
journalism and public relations in 1985. While a student 
in College Park, he served the football team as a man- 
ager and was the team's head student manager for his 
final three years. 

Following graduation, Ohringer utilized his degree 
by serving as an assistant with both the Washington 






(Catholic. '99) 
First Season 



Greg Sesny is in his first season at Maryland as o 
graduate assistant. Sesny will work with the Terrapins' 
defense. Among his duties are breaking down opponent 
film, working with the scout team and assisting with the 
secondary. 

Sesny is no stranger to the area after spending the 
last six years as either a player or a coach at The Catholic 
University of America in Washington, DC. He started at 
Catholic in 1 995 and ultimately became a three-year starter 
at tight end/H-back for the Crusaders. In his three years as 
a starter, CUA went 28-4 and qualified for the NCAAs twice. 

After graduating with a degree in electrical engi- 
neering in 1999, Sesny went on to serve as CUA's tight 
ends coach in 1999 and added receivers coach to his 
duties in 2000. He also worked as an assistont basketball 
coach for the Crusaders while teaching moth and com- 
puter science at Bishop McNamara High School in 
Forestville, Md. 



Redskins and Philadelphia Eagles of the National Foot- 
ball League. He also worked with the Washington Com- 
mandos of the Arena Football League and the minor 
league Alexandria Baseball Dukes. 

Ohringer was married on November 28, 1992 
to the former Amy Brennan, The couple resides in 
Burtonsville, Md., and have two children: Casey Ryan 
(4] and Derek James, who was born this past June. 



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Excitement is in the air in College Park and soon, QuartfifbflCk 

footballs will be joining it. The Ralph Friedgen era of The Terrapins went into spring practice with a good 

Maryland football starts here. dea , of attention bemg pald to the quar , er back position 

Friedgen will take the field as the University of Mary | and had three p | ayers m senior shoun Hi || (p ar . 

Maryland's 33' d head coach with a season-opening ACC ^ Kan ) sophomore Latrez Harr i SO n (Atlanta, Ga.) 

showdown versus North Carolina on September 1 st. The and redshir , freshman chns Ke |, ey (Germantowrli Md ) 
game will mark the official homecoming of sorts for 
Friedgen, the 1969 Maryland graduate who is in his third 



stint as a coach in College Park. 

Most recently at Georgia Tech, Friedgen will bring 
a multiple offense known for its aerial attack to Byrd Sta- 
dium in hopes of leading the Terrapins to their first bowl 



getting all of the snaps this spring. The extra repetitions 
seemed to help players like Harrison and Kelley improve, 
while Hill solidified his stronghold on the starting job. 

Hill opened and closed the 2000 season as the 
starter but was injured from games two through nine. He 
an intelligent quarterback with a solid arm, good accu- 



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Friedgen is joined by one of the most experienced 
staffs in college football, as offensive coordinator Charlie 
Taaffe and defensive coordinator Gary Blackney alone 
bring 59 years of coaching experience to the table 
and 22 between them as head coaches. 

This year's Maryland squad returns eight of- 
fensive and eight defensive starters from last year's 
team that finished 5-6 and at one point seei 
ingly controlled its own bowl destiny with a 
5-4 record. It is a team with experience on 
both sides of the ball but needing some key 
roles to be filled, including the task o 
replacing the school's all-time lead- 
ing rusher, LaMont Jordan. 

The following is a position- 
by-position breakdown of the Terps 
as they head into the 2001 season: 



The Maryland offensive unit had some 
questions answered this off-season with Shaun H 
taking a rather commanding lead in the quar- 
terback race and players like Bruce Perry and 
Marc Riley having success at tailback. 

The Terrapins return eight starters 
from last year's squad and have some in- 
triguing battles shaping up for the fall. 

In Friedgen's estimation, the team sti 
has a long way to go in terms of learning his 
offensive system, but he is encouraged by the 
progress in the spring. 

"It has really been an adjustment with the 
offense," said Friedgen. "They hove not been 
accustomed to the in-depth throwing game that 
we try to install with multiple formations and personnel 
groups. I feel like we finished strong in the spring and 
got the sense that the more they get used to the system 
and the attention to detail, the better they will get. It was 
very similar to what we went th igh at Georgia Tech." 



staff with his work effort and leadership. Last season, he 
was 73-of- 126 passing for 778 yards with six TDs and 
four interceptions. His best moment came in leading the 
comeback charge in the 35-28 over- 
time win against NC State. Heading 
into 2001, Hill has shown the best 
grasp of the new offensive system 
and he was the most consistent 
performer in the spring. 

Harrison and Kelley 
1 are battling for the 
backup position enter- 
ing fall camp. Harrison 
s possibly the best athlete 
and certainly has the 
strongest arm of the 
bunch, but has a couple 
of things he must work 
on to succeed. Like the 
others, he has to get 
a firm grasp on 
the system, but 
most impor- 




tant, coaches feel that he needs to work on his touch and 
learn to harness his throwing arm at limes. He showed 
improvement in the spring in all areas, especially late in 
the spring session in his grasp of the offense. 

Kelley redshirled a year ago after suffering a knee 
injury prior to his arrival at Maryland. He is, quite sim- 



ply, a football player. Though he struggled somewhat in 
the spring game, Kelley's off-season could be labeled 
nothing less than a success. The 15 practices of this spring 
were his first as a collegian and he showed why he was 
so highly thought of as a prep. He ran well on the reha- 
bilitated knee and showed an arm that was stronger and 
more accurate than was initially anticipated. Of the three 
quarterbacks, he is the one who - understandably — 
needs the most work learning the system 

In the fall, the Terrapin QBs will get a little more 
rest at practice with the additions of walk-on freshmen 
Brian Ramey (Upper Arlington, Ohio) and Shai Warsaw 
(Sandy Spring, Md.). 

"Shaun Hill has gained confidence in the offense 
and I think he is going to do a good job with it, and his 
experience and his work this off-season is going to pay 
off for him," said Friedgen. "The fact that we only had 
three quarterbacks on the roster in the spring really helped 
Latrez (Harrison) and Chris (Kelley) because they got a 
greater number of repetitions. I think there is potential for 
all of our quarterbacks to have great success." 



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4 Latrez Harrison QB 6-3 223 So 

7 Chris Kelley QB 6-2 198 Fr 

11(d) Brion Ramey QB 6-0 185 Fr 

12(d) Shai Warsaw QB 6-1 195 F, 

14 Shaun Hill QB 6-3 225 Si 



Running Back 



The tailback spot is the other position that all eyes 
will be on this fall. Gone is Maryland's all-time leading 
rusher, LaMont Jordan, as well as his backup, Mukala 
Sikyala, Jr. Both players are in pro camps as Jordan was 
a second-round pick of the New York Jets and Sikyala 
was a free agent signee of the San Diego Chargers What 
their loss leaves is a great opportunity for a number of 
backs, some of whom were here in the spring and some 
who were not. 

Among those battling for the job are senior Marc 
Riley (Coram, N.Y.), sophomore Bruce Perry (Philadel- 
phia, Pa.), junior Chris Downs (Philadelphia, Pa.) and fresh- 
men Jason Crawford (Forestville, Md), Mario Merrills 
(Columbia, Md.) and Rich Parson (Newark, Del). 

The biggest of all the backs vying for playing time 
at tailback is Riley who enters fall camp with a nar- 
row lead in the race to claim a starting role. At 6-3, 
225, he can break tackles and he will be expected to 
see action at both tailback and fullback, depending on 
the formation the Terps are in. Perry is a quick back with 
very good acceleration who Friedgen thinks would excel 
in an option attack. At 5-9, 190, he is not real big but he 
is surprisingly strong and hits the hole hard. Downs (5-8, 



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189) is more similar in size to Perry and has impressed 
coaches with his work ethic. 

The freshmen all bring different skills to the table, 
but all could challenge for playing time. Crawford is the 
type of big back with good running skills that Friedgen 
prefers, but like Merrills, he was not here for spring ball. 
Merrills is a back with game-breaking speed who could 
gel in the game - if nothing else - as a receiver out of the 
backfield. Parson is the lone freshman of the three who 
was here in the spring. He is slight at 1 80 pounds, but is 
a smooth runner and has a burst once he finds an open- 
ing. 

"I think we are in pretty good shape at tailback," 
said Friedgen. "More Riley runs hard and had a solid 
spring. Bruce (Perry) was more of an east-west runner at 
the start of spring but he really changed by the end of 
camp. I don't know if he just figured out what we 
were looking for or what, but he really has started 
running well. We have some young runners who were 
here in the spring in Downs and Parson who 
struggled learning the offense but have 
seen improvement. We expect Jason 
Crawford and Mario Merrills to chal- 
lenge for playing time depending on 
how they pick up the system." 

At fullback, James Lynch 
(Washington, D.C.] is the favor- 
ite to replace another talent in 36- 
game starter Matt Kalapinski, a 
free agent signee of the Miami Dol 
phins. Lynch has good size and was 
solid in the action he saw last year. 
He is a talented runner and blocker 
who caught a touchdown pass a year 
ago 

Vying for playing time with 
Lynch will be Chad Killian (Pittsburgh, 
Pa] and Bernie Fiddler (Swedesboro, 
NJ). Killian played in 11 games in 
his first two years, seeing action ex- 
clusively on special teams, but really 
came on in the spring as a runner 
ond a blocker. He could be the best 
blocking back of the bunch and is 
one of the strongest players, pound- 
for-pound, on the team. Fiddler is on 
all-around player with good blocking, 
rushing and pass-catching skills. 

"I feel good about the fullback position," said 
Friedgen. "Lynch is a multi-talented back and Killian re- 
ally came on this spring, especially as a blocker. Fiddler 
has shown some skill as well. I feel very fortunate that we 
have three fullbacks who I feel are capable of compet- 
ing this fall." 



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No. 

1 

2 

8 

9 

20 
22 



Nome 
Bruce Perry 
Marc Riley 
Mario Merrills 
Joson Crawford 
Chris Downs 
Rich Parson 



Pov 
TB 
TB/FB 
TB 
TB 
TB 
TB 



-flACCbacg 



No. 

5 

31 

44 



Name 
James Lynch 
Chad Killian 
Bernie Fiddler 



Pos. 
FB 
FB 
FB 



Hgt 
5-9 
6-3 
510 
6-2 
5-8 
510 



Hgt 
5-11 
6-2 
6-1 



Wgt Cl.-Exp. 



190 
225 
180 
215 
189 
180 



So IV 
Sr2V 
Fr.-HS 
Fr,HS 
Jr.RS 
Fr.-HS 



Wgt Cl.-Exp. 

261 So-lV 

256 Jr SO 

241 So-SQ 



Wide Receiver 




Guilian 
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The Maryland wideouts form a 
group that will be counted on heavily in 
2001 when it comes to the success of the 
offense. The Terps have returning start- 
ers Guilian Gary (Horseheads, NY.) 
and Scooter Monroe (Abington, 
Md), but by ond large the group 
is short on experience. 
Gary was Maryland's leading re- 
ceiver in 1999 and 2000. He 
showed good strength and an innate 
ability to come down with the ball- 
He has pretty good size at 6-0, and 
he can also return punts. As one of 
the lone seniors in this year's receiv- 
ing corps, he will be counted on 
heavily. 

Monroe had 1 4 catches last year 

and will compete for playing time behind 

Gary with freshman Steve Suter (Manchester, 

Md.) and Daryl Whitmer (Waldorf, Md.), both 

of whom had their moments in the spring. 

Jafar Williams (Philadelphia, Pa.) is another 

returnee who will be in competition for a starting 

spot, but the player who emerged as the starter 

opposite Gary in the spring was redshirt freshman 

Rob Abiamiri (Randallstown, Md.). 

Abiamiri is a coachable player who added 18 
pounds in the off-season and has the size (6-3, 213) to 
shed defenders at the line. He will be joined in compe- 
tition by fellow freshmen Maurice Shanks (Hampton, 
Va.| and Ike Roberts (Staten Island, N.Y.). Shanks (6-4), 
like Abiamiri, has excellent size while Roberts is one of 
the quickest players at the position. 

All told, of the nine players listed on the depth 
chart, more than half are freshmen. 

"We are very young at wide receiver," said 
Friedgen, "but I feel we came along nicely in the off-sea- 
son. We just need to have them learn all of the intrica- 
cies of being o good wide receiver; understanding their 
splits and steps ond that everything is timed out - that 
they can't just vary and be in gray areas. They have to 



be exact and hove a precise pattern. I am pleased with 
the way it is going right now; they just hove to continue 
working on it " 



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No. 

3 

10 

18 



Name 

Rob Abiamiri 
lie Roberts 
Mourice Shanks 



19(d) Jafor Williams 
21 Guilian Gary 
25 Scooter Monroe 
34(d) Sieve Suter 
43 Daryl Whitmer 
85 Aoron Smith 



Pos. 

WR 
WR 
WR 
WR 
WR 
WR 
WR 
WR 
WR 



Hgt 
6-3 
511 
6-4 
6-2 
6-0 
6-1 
5-9 
6-0 
6-4 



Wgt 
213 
168 
184 
193 
187 
185 
186 
183 
190 



Cl.-Exp. 
Fr-RS 
Fr-RS 
Fr-RS 
So -IV 
Sr-3V 
Jr-2V 
Fr-RS 
Sr-3V 
Fr-HS 



Tight Ind 



At tight end, Maryland hos a nice mix of youth 
and experience. In one player, Jeff Dugan (Allison Park, 
Pa |, the Terps have both. The sophomore started 10 
games his freshman season and finished second on the 
team in receiving (25 rec./319yds). Despite his success 
catching the ball a year ago, Dugan's true strength is his 
blocking. Like some of the young receivers, he needs a 
little seasoning with his route running. 

Dugan is one part of a triumvirate of players who 
will man the position, as seniors Matt Murphy (New Ha- 
ven, Mich.) and Eric James (Washington, DC.) will also 
see their share of playing time. 

Friedgen has been impressed with the combina- 
tion of athleticism, strength and speed that Murphy has 
shown. Now firmly entrenched at tight end, Murphy can 
work to utilize his size and speed while focusing on one 
position. In the past, he had been moved back and forth 
between offense and defense. 

James is the third part of the "three-headed mon- 
ster" and he will see more time at H-bock than the other 
two. He lacks Dugan's blocking skills and Murphy's abil- 
ity to get down the field, but he is an all-around talent 
who has good hands and runs well after the catch. 

"We have three pretty solid tight ends, each with 
different strengths," said Friedgen. "Jeff Dugan is a real 
good blocker, I mean, he puts a defender away. And he 
has pretty good hands. Matt Murphy is a guy who is 6- 
5, 260-lbs., and runs a 4 7 (40-yard dash) and has good 
hands He has the potential to be a heck of a player. 
And Eric James is big and runs well ond he should play a 
big role for us as an H-back this year. As a group, there 
is a ton of potential here." 



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No. Nome 

80 Eric James 

82 Jeff Dugan 

83 Jimmie Gibson 

84 Derelc Miller 

87 Ryan Flynn 

88 Matt Murphy 



Pos. Hgt Wgt Cl.-Exp. 
TE 6-2 263 Sr-3V 



TE 
TE 
TE 
TE 
TE 



6-4 263 So-lV 

6-2 245 Fr.-HS 

6-8 240 Fr.-HS 

64 238 Fr-RS 

6-5 261 Sr.-3V 



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Offensive Line 



The Terrapins enter 2001 in pretty good shape on 
the offensive front. Six players have significant playing 
experience and another, Matt Crawford (Moravia, N.Y.), 
started 20 games before going down to injury last year. 

The centerpiece of the offensive line will again be 
center Melvin Fowler (Wheatly Heights, N.Y.). Entering 
his senior season, Fowler has now started in all 33 games 
of his collegiate career in the pivot. He is a leader off the 
field who excels on it with good quickness and the ability 
to check to the right blocking scheme. Fowler's backup 

be Brandon Miller (Olney, Md.] 
a 6-2, 296-pound 




redshirt sophomore 

who saw action in two 

games a year ago. If 

need be, Kyle Schmitt 

(Latrobe, Pa.) can play at 

that spot as well. 

Lamar Bryant 

(Clinton, Md.) and Todd 
Wike (Lebanon, Pa.) top 
the pre-fall depth chart 
at guard. Wike is a 
feisty 2 1 -game starter 
who did not miss a game last year while Bryant started 
six of the last seven games at right guard a year ago. 
Bryant is a very talented player who coaches believe 
has the talent to play at the next level if he can eliminate 
some of the mistakes that showed up on game film last 
year. Included in the mix at guard this year will be Ed 
Tyler (Franklinville, N.J.) and Reggie Kemp (Hyattsville, 
Md.) on the left side, while Schmitt is penciled in as the 
backup on the right. Bob Krantz, who started half of last 
year on the right side, has had his career cut short by a 
herniated disk in his back 

At tackle, the Terps are not long in the tooth but 
make up for in talent what they lack in experience. On 
the left side, Eric Dumas (Atlanta, Ga.) will likely protect 
the quarterback's blind side. The 300-pound sophomore 
missed some of spring after injuring his left foot, but he is 
an athletic talent who saw action in five games a year 
ago. Redshirt freshman Lou Lombardo (Baltimore, Md.) 
came on strong in the spring and worked with the first 
team after Dumas' injury and is another player the Terra- 
pins will be counting on heavily down the road. 

On the right side, Maryland is hoping that a 
healthy Crawford can return to form and challenge to 
regain his starting position after missing the spring but 
should he struggle, C.J. Brooks (Rex, Ga.) looks like the 



answer. Brooks opened eyes in the spring with his 
athleticism, improved size (6-5, 304) and technical prow- 
ess and worked his way to the top of the depth chart 
despite being only a redshirt freshman. 

Chris Snader (Bishopville, Md), the only player 
at tackle other than Crawford who is not an underclass- 
man, returns for his senior year after playing in every game 
last year and will serve as a backup at both tackle spots. 

"I think that our offensive line is going to be a real 
strength for us in the long run," said Friedgen. "We have 
so many good, young players, and if you have to be 
young at a position when you are first coming in as a 
head coach, I would want it to be (on the offensive line) 
because it always takes a while to develop offensive line- 
men. That is also what makes it so important to have an 
experienced player like Melvin Fowler because he can 
be a real leader. The thing I like about this group and 
what makes me really want to watch them develop 
is that they are all big kids who are ath- 
•JUjS ' e,| C and they will only get better " 



C^cts'^tVe Ljjye. 



No. 

60 

67 

68 

61 

63 

64 

65 

66 

69 

72 

73 

51(d) 

74 

75 

76 

77 

78 

79 



Name 

Jason Holman 
Melvin Fowler Jr 
Brandon Miller 
Ed Tyler 
Raheem Lewis 
Mike Steele 
Matt Powell 
Todd Wike 
Reggie Kemp 
Kyle Schmitt 
Lamar Bryant 
Chris Snader 
CJ. Brooks 
Eric Dumas 
Tim Donovan 
Russell Bonham 
Matt Crawford 
Lou Lombardo 



Pos. 

C 

C 

C 

OG 
OG 
OG 
OG 
OG 
OG 
OG 
OG 
OT 
OT 
OT 
OT 
OT 
OT 
OT 



Hgt Wgt 
270 

292 
296 
300 
335 
275 
315 
295 
332 
298 
307 
293 
304 
300 
316 
339 
311 
301 



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



Cl-Exp. 
Fr.-HS 
Sr.-3V 
So.-SQ 
So.-SQ. 
Fr,HS 
Fr-HS 
Fr.-HS 
Jr.-2V 
Fr.-RS 
Fr.-RS 
So, IV 
Sr,2V 
Fr.-RS 
So,lV 
Fr,HS 
Fr.-HS 
Jr,2V 
Fr.-RS 



The Terrapins are feast or famine this year when it 
comes to experience on defense. The linebacking corps 
is among the deepest and most talented units in the ACC 
with at least three starters returning while the defensive 
backfield will return three seniors and a sophomore who 
started every game last year. 

The defensive line was a bit of a question mark 
heading into spring but showed marked improvement 
throughout under the tutelage of Dave Sollazzo, and the 
group will likely be infused with some youth come fall 
practice to add to the competition 

Overall, the defense should be solid and, like the 
offense, it should only get better as the season progresses 
and players become more familiar with the new system, 
"We have some experienced players returning on de- 
fense and I think that will be key to our success because 
at certain positions, we will likely have some younger play- 



ers mixed in," said Friedgen. "The linebackers will be 
one of the strengths of the team and the other groups 
improved their understanding of the overall scheme as 
the spring progressed." 

Defensive Line 



The top defensive loss of last year came with the 
graduation of Kris Jenkins, the defensive tackle who par- 
layed a strong senior season into becoming a second 
round draft choice of the Carolina Panthers. 

The Terps were relatively thin on the line with 
Jenkins still around; the task now is to find some new faces. 
The spring produced several changes on the defensive 
front and the fall will see the injection of more youth. 

At the tackle spot vacated by Jenkins, CJ. Feldheim 
(Parkton, Md.) and London Jones (Marion, Ohio) will 
enter 2001 as one-two on the depth chart. For both play- 
ers, defensive tackle is a new position as Feldheim was 
an end last year and Jones played on the nose. Both 
players are young and talented and lack only game ex- 
perience. At nose tackle, Charles Hill (Palmer Park, Md.) 
is a returning starter and is coming off of a season that 
saw him notch three sacks and six TFLs. Hill will be 
counted on for leadership on the line and will be backed 
up by junior William Shime (Ft Washington, Md.) and 
sophomore Tosin Abari (Mt. Ranier, Md.). 

At defensive end, Durrand Roundtree (Baltimore, 
Md.) came on strong in the spring to move ahead of Scott 
Smith (Philadelphia, Pa.) on the depth chart. Roundtree 
is a physical force who graded out in the 
weight room this spring as the strongest 
player (pound-for-pound at any po- 
sition) in Maryland history. 
Smith returns after playing in 
five games as a frosh. In 
his limited action, he 
ended up with 12 tack- 
les, 25 percent of which 
were sacks (3). The duo 
will be backed up by Kevin 
Eli (Deptford, N.J.) but a ^0 
player who will get a chance 
is true freshman Randy Starks 
(Waldorf, Md). Starks was argu- 
ably the prize recruit of this year's 
class. He is athletic and is well built 
for a young player (6-5, 290) 

"I thought as spring pro- 
gressed, the defensive line made 
some significant strides," said 
Friedgen. "At the end of spring, 
they weren't getting knocked 
off the ball and they were 
playing to their ability. It is a 
hardworking group and in 
the fall there should be some 

added competition from players like Randy Starks who 
will compete for playing time." 




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No. 

-II 

54 

57 

71 

90 



Noma 

Kevin Eli 
Scott Smith 
Rondy Storks 



Pos. Hgt 

DE 64 

DE 64 

DE/DT 6-5 



Durrand Roundtree DE 
Will Ferguson DE 



6-3 
6-3 



Wgt Cl.-Exp. 

253 Fr-RS 

260 So, IV 

290 Fr.-HS 

250 Jr IV 

255 Fr.-HS 



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No. 

57 

91 

95 

96 

97 

98 

99 



Name 

Randy Storks 
Akil Patterson 
William Shime 
C.J Feldheim 
Tosin Abari 
Charles Hill 
London Jones 



Pos. Hgt 

DE/DT 65 

DT 6-3 

DT 6-4 

DT 6-3 

DT 6-0 

DT 6-2 

DT 6-4 



Wgt Cl.-Exp. 

290 Fr-HS 

260 Fr-HS 

265 Jr IV 

263 So.-lV 

245 So-SQ 

292 Sr,3V 

256 So,lV 



Linebacker 



The Terrapin linebacking corps of a year 
ago was rated by one publication as the eighth 
best in college football. A year later, that 
group has all of its starters returning 
and added a freshman All-Ameri- 
can in the process. 

Aaron Thomp 
son (Baltimore 
Md.) is back for 
his senior sea- 
son on the 

strong side. He has started every game 
of his collegiate career (33) and excels 
both against the run and rushing the 
passer. His six-and-a-half sacks in '00 is 
most among all returning players. Join- 
ing Thompson on the strong side are Leroy 
Ambush (Frederick, Md.) and Ricardo 
Dickerson (Hyattsville, Md), a couple of 
young players who are in the right spot 
to learn more about the position. 
Both players are athletic and Ambush 
is expected to experience a full recovery from a wrist 
injury suffered the first week of spring practice. 

In the middle, the team's leading tackier returns in 
E.J. Henderson (Aberdeen, Md.). Henderson is an in- 
stinctive player with a non-stop motor who can make plays 
from sideline to sideline. The 109 tackles he racked up 
came despite the fact that he missed a game-and-a-half 
with an ankle injury. If he can perform like he did in the 
spring, he will draw attention for postseason honors. Be- 
hind Henderson at middle linebacker is Monte Graves 
(Annapolis, Md), a senior who played in all 11 games a 
year ago. Kevin Bishop (St. Petersburg, Fla.) is another 
senior who has a good deal of experience (10 career 
starts), but he missed spring ball and will have to work his 
way up the depth chart. When healthy, Bishop is a 
playmaker and will add talented depth to the position. 

At weakside linebacker, Marlon Moye-Moore 
(Brandywine, Md.) missed spring ball which created some 




competition at the position. Leon Joe (Clinton, Md.) is a 
compact, athletic player who enters fall as the number 
one, but the preseason will determine who opens the sea- 
son as the starter. Kenneth Jerry (Melbourne, Fla.) and 
surprise performer Andrew Henley enter 2001 listed as 
his backups, but Reggie Lewis (Chicago, III.) - who did 
not participate in contact drills in spring - is chomping at 
the bit while the possibility of Moye-Moore's return would 
add even more competition. 

At the LEO position, Mike Whaley (Lexington, 
S.C.) returns after finishing third on the team in sacks 
and earning third team freshman All-American honors 
from The Sporting News. Also competing at the posi- 
tion are Jamahl Cochran (Morristown, NJ), Jon Condo 
(Philipsburg, Pa.) and Ryan Swift (Hinsdale, 
Cochran was moved from defensive end to better ac 
commodate his size (6-0, 243) while Condo is a 
red shirt freshman who came on this spring. 
Swift is a senior who missed spring 
drills but like Bishop adds experi- . 
ence and depth at his po- 
sition. 

"The strength of our 
team heading into 
the season is our 
linebacking corps, 
Friedgen "It is a group that 
s both talented and deep. 
The guy who has really 
jumped out at me 
amongst the line- 
backers is E J 
Henderson. We played against 
him when we were here with Tech 
and I never realized how good 
of a player he really was. I 
thought he was a tackle-to- 
tackle guy but he really 
makes plays all over the 
eld. I think he is a heck of a football player " 



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aid 



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No 

32 

35 

39 Kevin Bishop 

42 EJ Henderson 

50 Nick Farver 

51 (d) Andrew Henley 

52 Monte Graves 

53 Reggie Lewis 
59 Maurice Smith 
93 Kenneth Jerry 



Name Pos. 

Leon Joe I LB 

Marlon Moye-Moore i LB 
ILB 
ILB 
ILB 
ILB 
ILB 
ILB 
ILB 
ILB 



24 
40 
47 
48 
49 
55 
58 



leroy Ambush OLB 

Aaron Thompson OLB 

Jon Condo OLB 

Ryon Swift OLB 

Jamahl Cochran OLB 

Mike Whaley OLB 

Ricordo Dickerson OLB 



Hgt 
6-1 
6-1 
6-2 
6-2 
6-1 
5-11 
6-0 
6-0 
6-0 
6-2 

6-1 
6-1 
6-3 
6-1 
M 
6-1 
6-3 



Wgt Cl.-Exp. 

217 SO.-1V 

230 Sr,3V 

223 Sr.-W 

238 Jr-2V 

232 So-SQ 
215 So-RS 
238 Sr-2V 

233 Sr-2V 
210 Fr.-HS 
217 Fr-RS 

220 So,lV 

234 Sr,3V 

232 Fr-RS 
238 Sr-3V 
243 Fr-RS 

233 So,lV 
238 Fr-HS 



Defensive Back 





Like linebacker, the defensive backfield has a 
good mix of talent, youth and 
depth 

At cornerback, last 
year's starters Tony 
Okanlawon 
(Forestville, Md.) and 
Curome Cox (Arling- 
ton, Va.) are back, 
Friedgen believes that 
they are players who 
hove the talent to be 
very good but must de- 
velop the confidence 
. it takes to succeed at 
the position. 

Okanlawon has 
worked hard in 
preparation for his 
senior year and Cox 
has shown leader- 
ship not usu- 
ally seen out of 
a sophomore 
The coaching staff put Cox in some high-pressure situa- 
tions this spring, and he performed well, excelling in press 
coverage schemes. 

The primary backups at corner will be sophomore 
Dennard Wilson (Upper Marlboro, Md.) and true fresh- 
man Domonique Foxworth (Randallstown, Md). Wilson 
is a supremely confident player whose mental approach 
transcends his skills. It is not out of the question that he 
challenge for a starting job. Foxworth graduated high 
school early and spent the spring with the Terps and has 
already impressed coaches with a work ethic not com- 
mon among younger players. 

"I think we have a pretty good group of 
cornerbacks," said Friedgen. "On one side, we have 
experience with Tony Okanlawon and on the other, we 
have a real strong, physical corner in Curome Cox. An- 
other player, Dennard Wilson, is just a football player 
who will push to see the more playing time. We could 
use more depth, but overall, I am happy with what we've 
got." 

At safety, Tony Jackson (Ellicott City, Md.) was an 
All-ACC performer at strong safety last year after having 
his first injury-free season. He was seemingly all over the 
place, running up 101 tackles while breaking up four 
passes. Jackson is joined by three-yeor letterwinner Rod 
Littles (Gainesville, Fla.) and Raymond Custis 
(Germantown, Md.) at strong safety. Littles is a physical 
player who has played in all 33 games of his three years 
at Maryland while Custis switched from cornerback to 
safety in the spring. 

Former quarterback Randall Jones (Frederick, 
Md.) returns for his senior year at free safety. He and 



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junior Tyrone Stewart (Washington, D.C.) are proven play- 
ers at the position although Stewart missed spring due to 
injury. Redshirt freshman Curtis Williams (Huntington Sta- 
tion, N.Y.) moved to second on the depth chart in the 
spring due to the combination of Stewart's injury and 
flashes of playmaking ability in scrimmages. Williams 
still needs work learning the defense but his instinctive 
play suggests he may be a player to watch down the 
road. 

"Safety is a position that we are in good shape at 
now; and we also have some guys who are battling for 
the future," said Friedgen. "We have good, experienced 
players in Tony Jackson, Randall Jones and Rod Littles, 
and then there is this next tier of players who will play big 
roles next year. Curtis Williams had a solid spring at free 
safety, and we really look forward to seeing transfer 
Madieu Williams — who has to redshirt this year — on the 
field. Overall, we are pretty deep at the position, with 
good talent." 



SPECIALISTS 



C^Y^eVibac^ 



No. Name 

6 D. Foxworth CB 

11 (d) Tony Okanlawon CB 

13 Dennard Wilson CB 

17 (d) Sol Aragona CB 

19 (d) Richard Harrigan CB 

23 Andrew Smith, Jr. CB 

30 Curome Cox CB 



Pos. Hgt Wgt Cl.-Exp. 



5-11 
5-11 
5-11 
5-8 
5-8 
6-0 
6-1 



175 
186 
183 
180 
184 
193 
185 



Fr.-HS 
Sr,3V 
So- IV 
So.-RS 
Sr.-RS 
So.-lV 
So.-lV 



38 



Gerrick McPhearsonCB 5-11 185 Fr.-HS 



No. Name Pos. Hgt Wgt Cl.-Exp. 

26 Raymond Cuslis SS 5-8 180 Fr-RS 

27 Tonyjackson SS 6-1 209 Sr,3V 
33 Rod Littles SS 5-11 204 Sr.-3V 
34(d) Madieu Williams SS 6-1 185 Jr.-TR 
12 (d| Randall Jones FS 6-2 223 Sr.-3V 
15 Curtis Williams FS 6-2 192 Fr-RS 
29 Tyrone Stewart FS 6-0 199 Jr.-2V 

36 Marcus Wimbush FS 5-11 180 Fr.-HS 

37 Jomal Chance FS 6-1 190 Jr-TR 



The Terrapins enter fall with some 
questions on special teams, most of which 
have to do with placekicking. 

Senior Vedad Siljkovic 
(Montenegro, Yugoslavia) and Nick 
Novak (Charlottesville, Va.) en- 
tered spring practice neck-and- 
neck for placekicking duties 
and that is how they will en- 
ter fall workouts. Siljkovic has 
game experience as a pooch 
punter, but very little as a kicker 
Both players had their mo- 
ments in the spring, but neither 
made significant headway in 
the race to start. 

"We will put the kick- 
ers in pressure situations in 
practice this fall," said 
Friedgen, "and whoever 
is able to perform best in 
those situations will win 
the job." 

The other question mark in the 
kicking game comes at long snap- 
per. The Terps are without Scott 
Rudolph, who graduated, and his 
replacement last year, Jimmy 
Connolly, who was an academic 
casualty this year. Three players 
will vie for the spot, with Jon Condo, 
Jafar Williams and Tonyjackson all en- 
tering fall as possibilities. The Terrapins 
incoming players a look at the position. 

The one position where there are no worries is at 
punter, where standout junior Brooks Barnard (Arnold, 
Md.) returns. Barnard finished fourth in Division l-A last 



4 




season with a 44,7 yards per punt average, and coaches 
think he can be even better with improved technique. He 
has a strong leg and gets amazing hang time. Barnard 
will also serve as Maryland's holder along with wide 
receiver Steve Suter. 

Guilian Gary will be the primary punt re- 
turner in 2001 . He enters his final season 
ifth all-time in punt return yards (476) 
and is the only player in school history 
to lead the team in punt returns for 
three straight seasons. As he 
will at holder, Suter will also 
serve as the backup on 
punt returns. 



Brooks 
Barnard 



No. Name 

16 Brooks Barnard 
17(d) Vedad Siljkovic 



Pos. 

P 

P/PK 



Hgt 
6-2 
6-2 



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No. Name 

17(d) Vedad Siljkovic 
46 Nick Novak 



Pos. 

P/PK 
PK 



Hgt 
6-2 
6-0 



Wgt Cl.-Exp. 

182 Jr.-2V 
218 Sr-lV 



Wgt Cl.-Exp. 
218 Sr.-l V 
186 Fr-RS 



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No. Name 

21 Guilian Gory 

34 |d) Steve Suter 



Pos. 

WR 
WR 



Hgt 
6-0 
5-9 



Wgt Cl.-Exp. 
187 Sr.-3V 
186 Fr-RS 



Name 



No 

1 Bruce Perry 

34 (d) Steve Suter 



Pos. 

TB 
WR 



Hgt 
5-9 
5-9 



Wgt Cl.-Exp. 
190 So.-lV 
186 Fr.-RS 



2001 PRESEASON HONORS 



Brooks Barnard. Punter 



Second Team All-America, Football Action Magazine 

First Team AII-ACC, The Sporting News 

First Team All-ACC, Athlon Sports 

First Team AII-ACC, Preview Sports Magazine 

Matt Crawford. Tackle 

Second Team AII-ACC, The Sporting News 



Melwin Fowler. Center 



Second Team AII-ACC, The Sporting News 

1 Jackson. 



Tony, 



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Second Team AII-ACC, The Sporting News 

Aaron Thompson, Linebacker 

Second Team AII-ACC, The Sporting News 
No. 19 Outside Linebacker, The Sporting News 



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5 " 

31 

44 



3 

19 ' 

18 

10 



James lynch, 511, 261, So. 

Chad Killion, 6-2. 256. Jr. 

Bernie Fiddler, 6-1, 241, So. 



RobAbiamin, 6-3, 213, RFr 

Jofar Williams, 6-2, 193, So. 

Maurice Shonks, 6-4, 184, RFr 

Ike Roberts, 5-11, 168, RFr 




75 
79 
51 ' 
77 



Eric Dumas, 6-6, 300, So. 

Lou Lombardo, 6-6, 301, RFr 

Chris Snader, 6-5, 293, Sr 

Russell Bonham, 6-4, 339, Fr 





66' 
61 
69 
65 



Todd Wike, 6-3, 295, Jr 

Ed Tyler, 6-3, 300, So. 

Reggie Kemp, 6-4, 332, RFr 

Matt Powell, 6-4. 315, Fr 



14 ' Shaun Hill, 6-3, 225, Sr. 

4 * Latrez Harrison, 6-3, 223, So 

at 7 Chris Kelley, 6-2, 198, RFr. 

11 Brian Romey, 6-0, 185. Fr 

12 Shoi Warsaw, 6-1, 195, Fr 




>° 



67 * * * Melvin Fowler, 6-3, 292, Sr. 

68 Brandon Miller, 6-2, 296, So. 
60 Jason Holman, 6-2, 270, Fr. 




2 " 


More Riley, 6-3, 225, Sr 


1 * 


Bruce Perry, 5-9, 190, So 


20 


Chris Downs, 5-8, 189, Jr 


22 


Rich Parson, 5-10, 180. Fr 


9 


Jason Crawford, 6-2, 215, Fr 


8 


Mario Merrills, 5-10, 180, Fr 



73' 
72 
63 
64 



Lamar Bryant, 6-3, 307, So 

Kyle Schmitt, 6-5, 298, RFr. 

Raheem Lewis, 6-3, 335, Fr 

Mike Steele, 6-4, 275, Fr. 





78' 
Si 74 
51 ' 
76 



Malt Crawford, 6-6, 311, Jr. 
CJ. Brooks, 6-5, 304, RFr. 
Chris Snader, 6-5, 293, Sr. 
Tim Donovan, 6-6, 316, Fr. 




KS 



-' 



82 * Jeff Dugan, 6-4, 263, So. 
oi88'" Matt Murphy, 6-5, 261, Sr. 

80*** Eric James, 6-2, 263, Sr. 

87 Ryan Flynn, 64, 238, RFr 

83 Jimmie Gibson, 6-2, 245, Fr 

84 Derek Miller 6-8, 240, Fr. 



21 *** Guilian Gary, 60, 187, Sr. 

25** Scooter Monroe, 6-1, 185, Jr. 

34 Steve Suler, 5-9. 186, RFr. 

43 * * * Daryl Whirmer, 6-0. 183. Sr. 

B 5 Aaron Smith, 6-4, 190, Fr 




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30* CuromeCox, 6-1, 185, So. 

13' Dennord Wilson, 511, 183, So. 
17 Sal Aragona, 5-8, 180, So. 

38Gerrick McPheorson, 5-11, 185, Fr. 



71 * Durrand Roundtree, 6-3, 250, Jr. 
54 * Scott Smith, 6-4, 260, So 

41 Kevin Eli, 6-4, 253, RFr. 

57 
90 




Randy Slarks, 6-5, 290, Fr. 
Will Ferguson, 6-3, 255, Fr. 



$ 



98*'* Charles Hill, 6-2, 292, Sr 

95* William Shime, 6-4, 265, Jr, 

97 Tosin Abari, 6-0, 245, So. 

91 Akil Patterson, 6-3, 260, Fr. 




'Aaron Thompson, 6-1, 234, Sr. 
Leroy Ambush, 61, 220, So. 
Ricardo Dickerson, 6-3, 238, Fr. 



* Tony Jackson, 6- 1 

Rod Littles, 5-11 

Raymond Custis, 5-8, 



209, Sr 
204, Sr 
180, RFr 




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CJ. Feldheim, 6-3, 263, So. 

London Jones, 6-4, 256, So. 

Randy Slarks, 6-5, 290, Fr. 




55* MikeWhaley, 6-1,233, So. 

49 Jomahl Cochron, 6-0, 243. RFr 

or 47 Jon Condo, 6-3, 232, RFr 

48*" Ryan Swift, 6-1,238, Sr, 




EJ. Henderson, 6-2, 238, Jr 

Monte Graves, 6-0, 238, Sr. 

Kevin Bishop, 6-2, 223, Sr, 

NickFarver, 6-1,232, So. 



* Randall Jones, 6-2, 223, Sr 

Curtis Williams, 6-2, 192, RFr 

Tyrone Stewart, 6-0, 199, Jr 

Jamal Chance. 6-1, 190, Jr 

Marcus Wimbush, 5-11, 180, Fr 





32* Leon Joe, 6-1, 217, So. ^ 

93 Kenneth Jerry, 6-2, 217 RFr 

51 Andrew Henley, 5-11,215, So. 
53** Reggie Lewis, 6-0, 233, Sr 
35 "*M Moye-Moore, 6-1,230, Sr. 
59 Mourice Smith, 60, 210, Fr. 



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11 "'TonyOkonlawon, 5-11, 186, Sr. 
6 Domonique Foxworth, 5-11, 175, Fr. 
19 Richard Harrigan, 5-8, 184, Sr, 
23 * Andrew Smith, Jr., 6-0, 193, So 




PK 

17* Vedad Siljkovic, 6-2, 218, Sr 
2C46 NickNovok, 60, 186, RFr 



16" Brooks Barnard, 6-2, 182, Jr. 
17 Vedad Siljkovic. 6-2. 218, Sr. 

LS 

Jon Condo, Jafar Williams or Tony Jackson 





34 


16" Brooks Barnard. 6-2, 182, Jr. 
34 Steve Suter, 5-9, 186, RFr 


PR 


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34 


21 *" Guilian Gory, 60, 187 Sr 


21 



Steve Suter, 5-9. 186, RFr. 



Bruce Perry, 5-9, 190, So. 
Steve Suter, 5-9, 186, RFr. 
Guilian Gory, 60, 187, Sr. 



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No. 

97 

3 

24 

17(d) 

16 


Name 

Tosin Abari 
Rob Abiamiri 
Leroy Ambush 
Sal Aragona 
Brooks Barnard 


Pos. 

DT 

WR 

LB 

CB 

P 


Hgt 

6-0 
6-3 
6-1 
5-8 
6-2 


Wgt 

245 
213 
220 
180 
182 


CI. 

So. 

Fr 

So. 

So. 

Jr 


Exp. 

SQ 
RS 
IV 
RS 

2V 


Hometown (High School/Last School) 

Mt. Rainier, Md. (Good Counsel) 
Randallstown, Md. (Mount St. Joseph) 
Frederick, Md. (Thomas Johnson) 
Staten Island, N.Y. (Monsignor Farrell/St. John's) 
Arnold, Md. (Broadneck/Oklahoma) 




8 




39 
77 
74 
73 
37 


Kevin Bishop 
Russell Bonham 
C.J. Brooks 
Lamar Bryant 
Jamal Chance 


LB 

OT 

OT 

OG 

FS 


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


223 
339 
304 
307 
190 


Sr. 
Fr. 
Fr. 
So. 

Jr. 


IV 
HS 
RS 
IV 
TR 


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

Winston-Salem, N.C. (Carver) 

Rex, Ga. (Morrow) 

Clinton, Md. (Crossland) 

Ephrata, Pa. (Ephrata/Lackawanna JC) 




49 

47 

30 

9 

78 


Jamahl Cochran 
Jon Condo 
Curome Cox 
Jason Crawford 
Matt Crawford 


LB 
LB 
CB 
TB 
OT 


6-0 
6-3 
6-1 
6-2 
66 


243 
232 
185 
215 
311 


Fr 

Fr. 

So. 

Fr. 

Jr 


RS 
RS 
IV 
HS 
2V 


Morristown, N.J. (Morristown) 
Philipsburg, Pa. (Philipsburg-Osceola) 
Arlington, Va. (Gonzaga College High) 
Forestville, Md. (Parkdale/Fork Union Military) 
Moravia, N.Y. (Moravia) 




26 
58 
76 
20 
82 


Raymond Custis 
Ricardo Dickerson 
Tim Donovan 
Chris Downs 
Jeff Dugan 


SS 
LB 
OT 
TB 
TE 


5-8 
6-3 
6-6 
5-8 
6-4 


180 
238 
316 
189 
263 


Fr. 
Fr. 
Fr. 
Jr. 
So. 


RS 
HS 
HS 
RS 
IV 


Germantown, Md. (Northwest) 

Hyattsville, Md. (Northwestern) 

Crofton, Md. (DeMatha) 

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

Allison Park, Pa. (Central Catholic) 




75 
41 
50 
96 
90 


Eric Dumas 
Kevin Eli 
Nick Farver 
CJ. Feldheim 
Will Ferguson 


OT 
DE 
LB 
DT 

DE 


6-6 
6-4 
6-1 
6-3 
6-3 


300 
253 
232 
263 
255 


So. 

Fr. 

So. 

So. 

Fr. 


IV 
RS 
SQ 
IV 
HS 


Atlanta, Ga. (Benjamin Mays) 
Deptford, N.J. (Deptford) 
Westminster, Md. (Westminster) 
Parkton, Md. (Hereford) 
Bethesda, Md. (Walt Whitman) 


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44 
87 
67 
6 
21 


Bernie Fiddler 
Ryan Flynn 
Melvin Fowler, Jr. 
Domonique Foxworth 
*** Guilian Gary 


FB 

TE 

C 

CB 

WR 


6-1 

6-4 

6-3 

5-11 

6-0 


241 
238 
292 
175 
187 


So. 

Fr. 

Sr. 

Fr. 

Sr. 


SQ 
RS 
3V 
HS 
3V 


Swedesboro, NJ. (Kingsway) 
Youngstown, Ohio (Cardinal Mooney) 
Wheatly Heights, N.Y. (Half Hollow Hills) 
Randallstown, Md. (Western Tech) 
Horseheads, N.Y. (Horseheads) 




83 
52 

19(d) 
4 
42 


Jimmie Gibson 
Monte Graves 
Richard Harrigan 
Latrez Harrison 
EJ. Henderson 


TE 
LB 

CB 
QB 
LB 


6-2 
6-0 
5-8 
6-3 
6-2 


245 
238 
184 
223 
238 


Fr 
Sr. 
Sr. 
So. 

Jr 


HS 
2V 
RS 
IV 
2V 


Alexandria, Va. (T.C. Williams) 

Annapolis, Md (St. Mary's) 

St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands (Charlotte Amalie) 

Atlanta, Ga. (Booker T. Washington) 

Aberdeen, Md. (Aberdeen) 




51(d) 

98 

14 

60 

27 


Andrew Henley 
*** Charles Hill 
Shaun Hill 
Jason Holman 
*** Tony Jackson 


LB 

DT 

QB 

C 

SS 


5-11 
6-2 
6-3 
6-2 

6-1 


215 
292 
225 
270 
209 


So. 

Sr. 

Sr. 

Fr. 

Sr. 


RS 
3V 
IV 
HS 
3V 


Riverdale, Md. (DeMatha) 
Palmer Park, Md. (Eleanor Roosevelt) 
Parsons, Kan. (Parsons/Hutchinson CC) 
Midlothian, Va. (James River) 
Ellicott City, Md. (Wilde Lake) 




80 
93 
32 
99 
12(d) 


trie James 
Kenneth Jerry 
Leon Joe 
London Jones 
*** Randall Jones 


TE 

LB 
LB 
DT 
FS 


6-2 
6-2 
6-1 
6-4 
6-2 


263 
217 
217 
256 
223 


Sr. 

Fr 

So. 

So. 

Sr. 


3V 
RS 
IV 
IV 
3V 


Washington, DC (Anacostia) 

Melbourne, Fla. (Eau Gallie) 

Clinton, Md (Friendly) 

Marion, Ohio (Harding) 

Frederick, Md (Thomas Johnson/Naval Academy Prep) 


Pfl 


7 

69 
31 
63 
53 


Chris Kelley 
Reggie Kemp 
Chad Killian 
Raheem Lewis 
Reggie Lewis 


QB 
OG 
FB 
OG 

LB 


6-2 
6-4 
6-2 
6-3 
6-0 


198 
332 
256 
335 
233 


Fr. 
Fr. 
Jr. 
Fr. 
Sr. 


RS 
RS 
SQ 
HS 
2V 


Germantown, Md. (Seneca Valley) 
Hyattsville, Md. (Northwestern) 
Pittsburgh, Pa. (Fox Chapel) 
District Heights, Md. (Suitland) 




33 
79 
5 

38 
8 


* * * Rod Littles 

Lou Lombardo 
James Lynch 
Gerrick McPhearson 
Mario Merrills 


SS 
OT 

FB 
CB 
TB 


5-11 
6-6 
5-11 
5-11 
5-10 


204 
301 
261 
185 
180 


Sr. 

Fr. 

So. 

Fr. 

Fr. 


3V 
RS 
IV 
HS 
HS 


Gainesville, Fla. (Gainesville) 
Baltimore, Md. (Calvert Hall) 
Washington, DC. (Dunbar) 
Columbia, Md. (Howard) 
Columbia, Md. (Wilde Lake) 


i 


68 
84 
25 
35 
88 


Brandon Miller 
De 1 Miller 
Scot r Monroe 
Marlon Moye-Moore 
*** Matt Murphy 


C 

TE 
WR 
LB 
TE 


6-2 
6-8 
6-1 
6-1 
6-5 


296 
240 
185 
230 
261 


So. 

Fr. 

Jr. 

Sr. 

Sr. 


SQ 
HS 
2V 
3V 
3V 


Olney, Md. (Good Counsel) 
Carlisle, Pa (Boiling Springs) 
Abington, Md. (John Carroll) 
Brandywine, Md. (Potomac) 


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Charlottesville, Va. (Albemarle| 

Foreslville, Md. (DeMatho| 

Newark, Del. (Newark Academy] 

Frederick, Md. (Frederick) 

Philadelphia, Pa. (George Washington) 

Ft. Washington, Md. (Oxon Hil 

Upper Arlington, Ohio (Upper Arlington) 

Coram, NY. (Longwood) 

Stolen Island, NY. (Tottenville) 

Baltimore, Md (Lansdowne) 

Latrobe, Pa. (Derry Area) 

Hampton, Va. (Phoebus) 

Ft Washington, Md. (Bishop McNamara) 

Montenegro, Yugoslavia (John F. Kennedy (NY I/Nassau CC) 

West Point, N.Y. (O'Neill) 

Fort Meade, Md. (Meade) 

Waldorf, Md. (Westlake) 

Philadelphia, Pa. (George Washington) 

Bishopville, Md. (Stephen Decatur) 

Waldorf, Md. (Westlake) 

Woodbine, Md. (South Carroll 

Washington, DC. (Anacostia) 

Manchester, Md. (North Carroll 

Hinsdale, III. (Hinsdale Central) 

Baltimore, Md. (Mount St. Joseph) 

Franklinville, N.J. (Delsea) 

Sandy Springs, Md. (Sherwood) 

Lexington, S.C. (Lexington/Fork Union Military Academy] 

Waldorf, Md. (Westlake) 

Washington, DC. (Dunbar] 

Lebanon, Pa. (Lebanon] 

Huntington Station, N.Y. (Huntington) 

Philadelphia, Pa. (George Washington) 

Lanham, Md (Duval/Towson] 

Upper Marlboro, Md. (DeMotha) 

(dj indicates duplicate number. 

Key: ' indicates varsity letters earned; RS indicates redshirted in 2000; SQ indicates on squad in 2000 but did not letter; HS indicates high school; TR indicates transfer. 



46 


Nick Novak 


PK 


6-0 


186 


Fr 


RS 


11(d) 


Tony Okanlawon 


CB 


511 


186 


Sr. 


3V 


22 


Rich Parson 


TB 


510 


180 


Fr 


HS 


91 


Akil Patterson 


DT 


6-3 


260 


Fr. 


HS 


' 


Bruce Perry 


TB 


5-9 


190 


So. 


IV 


65 


Matt Powell 


OG 


6-4 


315 


Fr 


HS 


11(d) 


Brian Ramey 


QB 


6-0 


185 


Fr 


HS 


2 


Marc Riley 


TB 


6-3 


225 


Sr. 


2V 


10 


Ike Roberts 


WR 


5-11 


168 


Fr. 


RS 


71 


Durrand Roundlree 


DE 


6-3 


250 


Jr 


IV 


72 

18 


Kyle Schmitt 


OG 


6-5 


298 


Fr. 


RS 


Maurice Shanks 


WR 


6-4 


184 


Fr. 


RS 


95 


William Shime 


NT 


6-4 


265 


Jr. 


IV 


17(d) * 


Vedad Siljkovic 


PK 


6-2 


218 


Sr. 


IV 


85 


Aaron Smith 


WR 


6-4 


190 


Fr. 


HS 


23 


Andrew Smith, Jr 


CB 


6-0 


193 


So. 


IV 


59 


Maurice Smith 


LB 


6-0 


210 


Fr 


HS 


54 


Scott Smith 


DE 


6-4 


260 


So. 


IV 


51 (d) 


Chris Snader 


OT 


6-5 


293 


Sr. 


2V 


57 


Randy Storks 


DL 


6-5 


290 


Fr. 


HS 


64 


Mike Steele 


OG 


6-4 


275 


Fr. 


HS 


29 


Tyrone Stewart 


FS 


6-0 


199 


Jr. 


2V 


34(d) 


Steve Suter 


WR 


5-9 


186 


Fr. 


RS 


48 


Ryan Swift 


LB 


6-1 


238 


Sr. 


3V 


40 


Aaron Thompson 


LB 


6-1 


234 


Sr. 


3V 


61 


Ed Tyler 


OG 


6-3 


300 


So. 


SQ 


12 (d| 


Shoi Warsaw 


QB 


6-1 


195 


Fr. 


HS 


55 


Mike Whaley 


LB 


6-1 


233 


So. 


IV 


43 


Daryl Whitmer 


WR 


6-0 


183 


Sr. 


3V 


36 


Marcus Wimbush 


FS 


5-1) 


180 


Fr 


HS 


66 


Todd Wike 


OG 


6-3 


295 


Jr. 


2V 


15 


Curtis Williams 


FS 


6-2 


192 


Fr. 


RS 


19 (d] * 


Jafar Williams 


WR 


6-2 


193 


So. 


IV 


34(d) 


Madieu Williams 


SS 


6-1 


185 


Jr. 


TR 


13 


Dennard Wilson 


CB 


5-11 


183 


So 


IV 




Elayers 

Tosin Abari toe-suhn uh-BAR-ee 

Rob Abiamiri A-BE-uh-meery 

Sal Aragona air-uh-GONE-uh 

Curome Cox curr-OHM 

Eric Dumas DOO-mus 

Guilian Gary JOO-lee-uhn 

Monte Graves mahn-TAY 

Latrez Harrison luh-TREZ 

Randall Jones ran-DELL 

Gerrick McPhearson pronounced with hard g 

Marlon Moye-Moore moy-yoy moore 

Tony Okanlawon oh-KAHN-luh-wahn 

Durrand Roundtree duh-RAND 

William Shime SHE-may 

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Vedad Siljkovic vuh-DAD Slll-kuh-vick 

Steve Suter rhymes with scooter 

Shai Warsaw shy 

Todd Wike rhymes with bike 

Jafar Williams juh-FAR 

Madieu Williams muh-DOO 

Dennard Wilson duh-NARD 

Coaches 

Tom Brattan rhymes with lotin 

Ralph Friedgen FREE-jun 

RayRychleski rich-LESS-key 

Dave Sollazzo suh-LAH-zo 

Charlie Taaffe ryhmes with half 



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9 

10 

11 (d) 

11(d) 

12(d) 

12(d) 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17(d) 

17(d) 

18 

19(d) 

19(d) 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

25 

26 

27 

29 

30 

31 

32 

33 

34(d) 

34(d) 

35 

36 

37 

38 

39 

40 

41 

42 

43 

44 

46 

47 

48 

49 

50 

51(d) 

51(d) 

52 

53 

54 

55 

57 



Nome 


Pos. 


Hgt 


Wgt 


CI. 


Exp 


Bruce Perry 


TB 


5-9 


190 


So. 


IV 


Marc Riley 


TB 


6-3 


225 


Sr. 


2V 


Rob Abiamiri 


WR 


6-3 


213 


Fr. 


RS 


Latrez Harrison 


QB 


6-3 


223 


So. 


IV 


James Lynch 


FB 


5-11 


261 


So. 


IV 


Domonique Foxworth 


CB 


5-11 


175 


Fr. 


HS 


Chris Kelley 


QB 


6-2 


198 


Fr. 


RS 


Mario Merrills 


TB 


5-10 


180 


Fr. 


HS 


Jason Crawford 


TB 


6-2 


215 


Fr. 


HS 


Ike Roberts 


WR 


5-11 


168 


Fr. 


RS 


Tony Okanlawon 


CB 


5-11 


186 


Sr. 


3V 


Brian Ramey 


QB 


6-0 


185 


Fr. 


HS 


** Randall Jones 


FS 


6-2 


223 


Sr. 


3V 


Shai Warsaw 


QB 


6-1 


195 


Fr. 


HS 


Dennard Wilson 


CB 


5-11 


183 


So. 


IV 


Shaun Hill 


QB 


6-3 


225 


Sr. 


IV 


Curtis Williams 


FS 


6-2 


192 


Fr. 


RS 


Brooks Barnard 


P 


6-2 


182 


Jr. 


2V 


Sal Aragona 


CB 


5-8 


180 


So. 


RS 


Vedad Siljkovic 


PK 


6-2 


218 


Sr. 


IV 


Maurice Shanks 


WR 


6-4 


184 


Fr. 


RS 


Richard Harrigan 


CB 


5-8 


184 


Sr. 


RS 


Jafar Williams 


WR 


6-2 


193 


So. 


IV 


Chris Downs 


TB 


5-8 


189 


Jr. 


RS 


Guilian Gary 


WR 


6-0 


187 


Sr. 


3V 


Rich Parson 


TB 


5-10 


180 


Fr. 


HS 


Andrew Smith, Jr. 


CB 


6-0 


193 


So. 


IV 


Leroy Ambush 


LB 


6-1 


220 


So. 


IV 


Scooter Monroe 


WR 


6-1 


185 


Jr. 


2V 


Raymond Custis 


SS 


5-8 


180 


Fr. 


RS 


Tony Jackson 


SS 


6-1 


209 


Sr. 


3V 


Tyrone Stewart 


FS 


6-0 


199 


Jr. 


2V 


Curome Cox 


CB 


6-1 


185 


So. 


IV 


Chad Killian 


FB 


6-2 


256 


Jr. 


SQ 


Leon Joe 


LB 


6-1 


217 


So. 


IV 


Rod Littles 


SS 


5-11 


204 


Sr. 


3V 


Steve Suter 


WR 


5-9 


186 


Fr. 


RS 


Madieu Williams 


SS 


6-1 


185 


Jr. 


TR 


Marlon Moye-Moore 


LB 


6-1 


230 


Sr. 


3V 


Marcus Wimbush 


FS 


5-11 


180 


Fr. 


HS 


Jamal Chance 


FS 


6-1 


190 


Jr. 


TR 


Gerrick McPhearson 


CB 


5-11 


185 


Fr. 


HS 


Kevin Bishop 


LB 


6-2 


223 


Sr. 


IV 


Aaron Thompson 


LB 


6-1 


234 


Sr. 


3V 


Kevin Eli 


DE 


6-4 


253 


Fr. 


RS 


E.J. Henderson 


LB 


6-2 


238 


Jr. 


2V 


Daryl Whitmer 


WR 


6-0 


183 


Sr. 


3V 


Bernie Fiddler 


FB 


6-1 


241 


So. 


SQ 


Nick Novak 


PK 


6-0 


186 


Fr. 


RS 


Jon Condo 


LB 


6-3 


232 


Fr. 


RS 


** Ryan Swift 


LB 


6-1 


238 


Sr. 


3V 


Jamahl Cochran 


LB 


6-0 


243 


Fr. 


RS 


Nick Farver 


LB 


6-1 


232 


So. 


SQ 


Andrew Henley 


LB 


5-11 


215 


So. 


RS 


Chris Snader 


OT 


6-5 


293 


Sr. 


2V 


Monte Graves 


LB 


6-0 


238 


Sr. 


2V 


Reggie Lewis 


LB 


6-0 


233 


Sr. 


2V 


Scott Smith 


DE 


6-4 


260 


So. 


IV 


Mike Whaley 


LB 


6-1 


233 


So. 


IV 


Randy Starks 


DL 


6-5 


290 


Fr. 


HS 



Hometown (High School/Last School) 

Philadelphia, Pa. (George Washington) 

Coram, NY. (Longwood) 

Randallstown, Md. (Mount St. Joseph) 

Atlanta, Ga. (Booker T, Washington) 

Washington, DC. (Dunbar) 

Randallstown, Md. (Western Tech) 

Germantown, Md. (Seneca Valley) 

Columbia, Md. (Wilde Lake) 

Forestville, Md. (Parkdale/Fork Union Military) 

Staten Island, N.Y. (Tottenville) 

Forestville, Md. (DeMatha) 

Upper Arlington, Ohio (Upper Arlington) 

Frederick, Md (Thomas Johnson/Naval Academy Prep) 

Sandy Springs, Md. (Sherwood) 

Upper Marlboro, Md. (DeMatha) 

Parsons, Kan. (Parsons/Hutchinson CC) 

Huntington Station, N.Y. (Huntington) 

Arnold, Md. (Broadneck/Oklahoma) 

Staten Island, N.Y. (Monsignor Farrell/St. John's) 

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

Hampton, Va. (Phoebus) 

St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands (Charlotte Amalie) 

Philadelphia, Pa. (George Washington) 

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

Horseheads, N.Y. (Horseheads) 

Newark, Del. (Newark Academy) 

Fort Meade, Md. (Meade) 

Frederick, Md. (Thomas Johnson) 

Abington, Md. (John Carroll) 

Germantown, Md. (Northwest) 

Ellicott City, Md. (Wilde Lake) 

Washington, D.C. (Anacostia) 

Arlington, Va. (Gonzaga College High) 

Pittsburgh, Pa. (Fox Chapel) 

Clinton, Md. (Friendly) 

Gainesville, Fla. (Gainesville) 

Manchester, Md. (North Carroll) 

Lanham, Md. (Duval/Towson University) 

Brandywine, Md. (Potomac) 

Washington, D.C. (Dunbar) 

Ephrata, Pa. (Ephrata/Lackawanna JC) 

Columbia, Md. (Howard) 

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

Baltimore, Md (Mount St. Joseph) 

Deptford, N.J. (Deptford) 

Aberdeen, Md. (Aberdeen) 

Waldorf, Md. (Westlake) 

Swedesboro, NJ. (Kingsway) 

Charlottesville, Va. (Albemarle) 

Philipsburg, Pa. (Philipsburg-Osceola) 

Hinsdale, III. (Hinsdale Central) 

Morristown, NJ. (Morristown) 

Westminster, Md. (Westminster) 

Riverdale, Md. (DeMatha) 

Bishopville, Md. (Stephen Decatur) 

Annapolis, Md. (St. Mary's) 

Chicago, III. (Carver) 

Philadelphia, Pa. (George Washington) 

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

Waldorf, Md. (Westlake) 



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Hyollsville, Md. (Northwestern) 
Waldorf, Md. (Westlake) 
Midlothian, Va. (James River) 
Jl Ed Tyler OG 6-3 300 So. SQ Franklinville, NJ, (Delsea) 

63 Raheem Lewis OG 6-3 335 Fr, HS District Heights, Md. (Suitlond) 

64 Mike Steele OG 6-4 275 Fr HS Woodbine, Md. (South Carroll) 

65 Man Powell OG 6-4 315 Fr. HS Ft. Washington, Md. (Oxon Hill) 

66 * ' Todd Wike OG 6-3 295 Jr 2V Lebanon, Pa. (Lebanon) 

67 *** Melvin Fowler, Jr. C 6-3 292 Sr. 3V Wheatly Heights, N.Y. (Half Hollow Hills) 

68 Brandon Miller C 6-2 296 So. SQ Olney, Md. (Good Counsel) 

69 Reggie Kemp OG 6-4 332 Fr. RS Hyattsville, Md. (Northwestern) 

71 * Durrand Roundlree DE 6-3 250 Jr. IV Baltimore, Md. (Lansdowne) 

72 Kyle Schmitt OG 6-5 298 Fr. RS Latrobe, Pa. (Derry Area) 

73 * Lamar Bryant OG 6-3 307 So. IV Clinton, Md. (Crossland) 

74 CJ. Brooks OT 6-5 304 Fr. RS Rex, Ga. (Morrow) 

75 • Eric Dumas OT 6-6 300 So. IV Atlanta, Ga. (Ben|amin Mays) 

76 Tim Donovan OT 6-6 316 Fr. HS Crofton, Md. (DeMatha) 

77 Russell Bonham OT 6-4 339 Fr. HS Winston-Salem, N.C. (Carver) 

78 " Matt Crawford OT 6-6 311 Jr. 2V Moravia, N.Y. (Moravia) 

79 Lou Lombardo OT 6-6 301 Fr RS Baltimore, Md. (Calvert Hall) 

80 *** Eric James TE 6-2 263 Sr. 3V Washington, DC. (Anacostia) 
82 * JeffDugan TE 6-4 263 So. IV Allison Park, Pa. (Central Catholic) 
33 Jimmie Gibson TE 6-2 245 Fr. HS Alexandria, Va. (T.C. Williams) 

Carlisle, Pa. (Boiling Springs) 
West Point, N.Y. (O'Neil 
Youngstown, Ohio (Cardinal Mooney) 
New Haven, Mich. (New Haven) 
Bethesda, Md. (Walt Whitman) 
Frederick, Md. (Frederick) 
Melbourne, Fla. (Eau Gallie) 
Ft Washington, Md. (Bishop McNamara) 
Parkton, Md. (Hereford) 
Mt. Rainier, Md. (Good Counsel) 
Palmer Park, Md. (Eleanor Roosevelt) 
Marion, Ohio (Harding) 

(dj indicates duplicate number. 

Key: * indicates varsity letters earned; RS indicates redshirted in 2000; SQ indicates on squad in 2000 but did not letter; HS indicates high school; TR indicates transfer. 



Ricardo Dickerson 


LB 


6-3 


238 


Fr. 


HS 


Maurice Smith 


LB 


6-0 


210 


Fr. 


HS 


Jason Holman 


C 


6-2 


270 


Fr. 


HS 


Ed Tyler 


OG 


6-3 


300 


So 


SQ 


Raheem Lewis 


OG 


6-3 


335 


Fr. 


HS 


Mike Steele 


OG 


6-4 


275 


Fr 


HS 


Man Powell 


OG 


6-4 


315 


Fr. 


HS 


Todd Wike 


OG 


6-3 


295 


Jr 


2V 


Melvin Fowler, Jr. 


C 


6-3 


292 


Sr. 


3V 


Brandon Miller 


C 


6-2 


.•'-v, 


So. 


SQ 


Reggie Kemp 


OG 


6-4 


332 


Fr. 


RS 


Durrand Roundlree 


DE 


6-3 


250 


Jr. 


IV 


Kyle Schmitt 


OG 


6-5 


298 


Fr. 


RS 


Lamar Bryant 


OG 


6-3 


307 


So. 


IV 


CJ. Brooks 


OT 


6-5 


304 


Fr. 


RS 


Eric Dumas 


OT 


6-6 


300 


So. 


IV 


Tim Donovan 


OT 


6-6 


316 


Fr. 


HS 


Russell Bonham 


OT 


6-4 


339 


Fr. 


HS 


Matt Crawford 


OT 


6-6 


311 


Jr. 


2V 


Lou Lombardo 


OT 


6-6 


301 


Fr 


RS 


Eric James 


TE 


6-2 


263 


Sr. 


3V 


Jeff Dugan 


TE 


6-4 


263 


So. 


IV 


Jimmie Gibson 


TE 


6-2 


245 


Fr. 


HS 


Derek Miller 


TE 


6-8 


240 


Fr. 


HS 


Aaron Smith 


WR 


6-4 


190 


Fr. 


HS 


Ryan Flynn 


TE 


6-4 


238 


Fr. 


RS 


Matt Murphy 


TE 


6-5 


261 


Sr. 


3V 


Will Ferguson 


DE 


6-3 


255 


Fr. 


HS 


Akil Patterson 


DT 


6-3 


260 


Fr. 


HS 


Kenneth Jerry 


LB 


6-2 


217 


Fr. 


RS 


William Shime 


NT 


6-4 


265 


Jr. 


IV 


CJ. Feldheim 


DT 


6-3 


263 


So. 


IV 


Tosin Abari 


DT 


6-0 


245 


So. 


SQ 


Charles Hill 


DT 


6-2 


292 


Sr. 


3V 


London Jones 


DT 


6-4 


256 


So. 


IV 




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Players 

Tosin Abari toe-suhn uh-BAR-ee 

Rob Abiamiri A-BE-uh-meery 

Sal Aragona air-uh-GONE-uh 

Curome Cox curr-OHM 

Eric Dumas DOO-mus 

Guilian Gory JOO-lee-uhn 

Monte Graves mahn-TAY 

Latrez Harrison luh-TREZ 

Randall Jones ran-DELL 

Gerrick McPhearson pronounced with hard g 

Marlon Moye-Moore moy-yay moore 

Tony Okanlawon oh-KAHN-luh-wahn 

Durrand Roundlree duh-RAND 

William Shime ._ SHE-may 



Vedad Siljkovic vuh-DAD SILL-kuh-vick 

Steve Suter rhymes with scooter 

Shai Warsaw shy 

Todd Wike rhymes with bike 

Jafar Williams juh-FAR 

Madieu Williams muh-DOO 

Dennard Wilson duh-NARD 

Coaches 

Tom Bratton rhymes with lah'n 

Ralph Friedgen FREE-jun 

RayRychleski rich-LESS-key 

Dave Sollozzo suh-LAH-zo 

Charlie Taaffe ryhmes with half 



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TERPS BY STATE 



Maryland (351 



D 



97 

3 
24 

16 
73 

9 
26 
58 
76 
50 
96 
90 

6 

52 
42 
51 
98 
27 
32 
12 

7 

69 
63 
79 
45 



25 
35 
11 
91 
65 
71 
95 
23 
59 
51 
57 
64 
34 
40 
12 
43 
34 
13 



Tosin Abari 
Rob Abiamiri 
Leroy Ambush 
Brooks Barnard 
Lamar Bryant 
Jason Crawford 
Raymond Custis 
Ricardo Dickerson 
Tim Donovan 
Nick Farver 
C.J. Feldheim 
Will Ferguson 
Domonique Foxworlh 
Monte Graves 
EJ. Henderson 
Andrew Henley 
Charles Hill 
Tony Jackson 
Leon Joe 
Randall Jones 
Chris Kelley 
Reggie Kemp 
Raheem Lewis 
Lou Lombardo 
Gerrick McPhearson 
Mario Merrills 
Brandon Miller 
Scooter Monroe 
Marlon Moye-Moore 
Tony Okanlawon 
Akil Patterson 
Matt Powell 
Durrand Roundtree 
William Shime 
Andrew Smith, Jr. 
Maurice Smith 
Chris Snader 
Randy Starks 
Mike Steele 
Steve Suter 
Aaron Thompson 
Shai Warsaw 
Daryl Whitmer 
Madieu Williams 
Dennard Wilson 



DT So. 
WR RFr. 
LB So. 
P Jr. 
OG So. 
TB Fr 
SS RFr. 



DT So. 



QB RFr. 
OG RFr. 
OG Fr 
OT RFr. 
CB Fr. 



WR Jr. 



OG Fr 



DE 
NT 



CB So. 

LB Fr 



Sr. 

Fr. 



OT 

DE 
OG Fr 
WR RFr. 
LB Sr. 
QB Fr 
WR Sr. 
SS Jr 
CB So. 



Mt Rainier, Md. 
Randallstown, Md. 
Frederick, Md 
Arnold, Md 
Clinton, Md. 
Foresrville, Md. 
Germantown, Md. 
Hyaltsville, Md. 
Crofton, Md 
Westminster, Md. 
Parkton, Md. 
Bethesda, Md 
Randallstown, Md. 
Annapolis, Md. 
Aberdeen, Md. 
Riverdale, Md. 
Palmer Park, Md 
Ellicott City, Md 
Clinton, Md. 
Frederick, Md. 
Germantown, Md. 
Hyattsville, Md. 
District Heights, Md. 
Baltimore, Md. 
Columbia, Md. 
Columbia, Md. 
Olney, Md. 
Abington, Md. 
Brandywine, Md. 
Forestville, Md. 
Frederick, Md. 
Ft. Washington, Md. 
Baltimore, Md. 
Ft. Washington, Md. 
Fort Meade, Md. 
Waldorf, Md 
Bishopville, Md 
Waldorf, Md 
Woodbine, Md 
Manchester, Md. 
Baltimore, Md. 
Sandy Springs, Md. 
Woldorf, Md. 
Lanham, Md. 
Upper Marlboro, Md. 



District of Columbia (fl) 



80 Eric James 

5 James Lynch 

29 Tyrone Stewart 

36 Marcus Wimbush 

Delaware (1) 



TE Sr. Washington, D.C. 

FB So. Washington, DC. 

FS Jr. Washington, D.C. 

FS Fr. Washington, D.C. 



22 Rich Parson 



FlorLdaJ3L 



TB Fr. Newark, Del 



39 Kevin Bishop 
93 Kenneth Jerry 
33 Rod Littles 



LB Sr. St. Petersburg, Fla. 
LB RFr. Melbourne, Fla. 
SS Si Gainesville, Fla. 




Georgia (31 



Ohio (3) 



74 C.J. Brooks 

75 Eric Dumas 

4 Latrez Harrison 

Illinois (2) 



OT 
OT 
QB 



RFr. Rex, Ga. 
So. Atlanta, Ga 
So. Atlanta, Ga. 



87 Ryan Flynn 
99 London Jones 
11 Brian Ramey 

Pennsylvania (11) 



TE RFr. Youngstown, Ohio 

DT So. Marion, Ohio 

QB Fr. Upper Arlington, Ohio 



53 Reggie Lewis 
48 Ryan Swift 

Kansas (1) 



Sr, Chicago, I 
Sr. Hinsdale, 



14 ShaunHil 



QB Sr. Parsons, Kan. 



Michigan (II 



88 Matt Murphy 

New Jersey (4) 



TE Sr. New Haven, Mich. 



37 
47 
20 
82 
31 
84 
1 

72 
54 
66 
19 



Jamal Chance 
Jon Condo 
Chris Downs 
Jeff Dugan 
Chad Killian 
Derek Miller 
Bruce Perry 
Kyle Schmitt 
Scott Smith 
Todd Wike 
Jafar Williams 



FS Jr 

LB RFr. 

TB Jr 

TE So. 



FB 

TE 



TB So. 
OG RFr. 
DE So. 

OG Jr. 
WR So 



Ephrata, Pa. 
Philipsburg, Pa. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
Allison Park, Pa. 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Carlisle, Pa- 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
Latrobe, Pa. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
Lebanon, Pa. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 



49 Jamahl Cochran 

41 Kevin Eli 

44 Bernie Fiddler 

61 Ed Tyler 

Mew York (8) 



LB 
DE 
FB 
OG 



RFr. Morristown, N.J. 

RFr. Deptford, NJ 

So. Swedesboro, N.J. 

So. Franklinville, N.J. 



South Carolina (1) 



55 MikeWhaley 

Virginia (5) 



LB So. Lexington, S.C. 



17 
78 
67 
21 
2 
10 
85 
15 



Sal Aragona 
Mart Crawford 
Melvin Fowler 
Guilian Gary 
Marc Riley 
Ike Roberts 
Aaron Smith 
Curtis Williams 



CB 
OT 
C 

WR 
TB 
WR 
WR 
FS 



Staten Island, NY 
Moravia, N.Y. 
WheatlyHts, NY. 
Horseheads, N.Y. 
Coram, N.Y. 
Staten Island, NY 
West Point, N.Y. 
Huntington Station, N.Y. 



30 Curome Cox 

83 Jimmie Gibson 

60 Jason Holman 

46 Nick Novak 

18 Maurice Shanks 



CB So. Arlington, Va. 

TE Fr. Alexandria, Va. 

C Fr Midlothian, Va. 

PK RFr. Charlottesville, Va. 

WR RFr. Hampton, Va. 



U.S. Virgin Islands (1) 



19 Richard Harriqan CB Sr. St. Thomas, U. S.V.I. 



Worth Carolina (1) 



Yugoslavia (1) 



77 Russell Bonho 



OT Fr. Winston-Salem, N.C 



17 Vedad Siljkovic PK Sr Montengegro 



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OffensellB] 

Quarterback Latrez Harrison, Shaun Hill 

Tailback Bruce Perry, Marc Riley 

Fullback James lynch 

Wide Receiver Guilian Gary, Scooter Monroe, Daryl 
Whilmer, Jafar Williams 

Tight End Jeff Dugan, Eric James, Matt Murphy 

Line Lamar Bryant, Matt Crawford, Eric 

Dumas, Melvin Fowler, Chris Snader, 
Todd Wike 

Defense (24) 

Line C.J. Feldheim, Charles Hill, London 

Jones, Durrand Roundtree, William 
Shime, Scott Smith 

Linebacker Leroy Ambush, Kevin Bishop, Monte 

Graves, EJ Henderson, Leon Joe, 
Reggie Lewis, Marlon Moye-Moore, 
Ryan Swift, Aaron Thompson, Mike 
Whaley 

| Secondary Curome Cox, Tony Jackson, Randall 

Jones, Rod Littles, Tny Okanlawon, 
Andrew Smith, Tyrone Stewart, 
Dennard Wilson 



OJfenseJiS) 

Quarterback Gil Harris, Matt Langlie, Calvin 

McCall 



Tailback LaMont Jordan, Mukala Sikyala 

Fullback Mart Kalapinski 

Wide Receiver Omar Cheeseboro, Kevin Collins, 
Moises Cruz, Jason Hatala, Mark 
Lebida, Doug Patterson 

Tight End Mike Hull 

Line Tim Howard, Bob Krantz 



Defense (3) 



Line Kris Jenkins 

Linebacker None 

Secondary Shawn Forte, Rovel Hamilton 



Specialists (4) 



Kicker Brian Kopka 

Punter Sean Starner 

Snapper Scott Rudolph, Jimmy Connolly 



Specialists (2) 




Tony Okanlawon jl I), EJ. Henderson (42) and Durrand 
Roundtree (71). 



Aaron Thompson (40), Mike Whaley (55) and 
Randall Jones (12). 



OffenseJBJ 



QB 

WR 

WR 

TE 

C 

OT 

OG 

OG 



Shaun Hill 
Guilian Gary 
Scooter Monroe 
Jeff Dugan 
Melvin Fowler 
Matt Crawford 
Todd Wike 
Lamar Bryant 



3/3 

10/14 

10/10 

10/10 

11/33 

9/20 

11/21 

6/6 



Defense (8) 



DT 
LB 
LB 
LB 
LB 
SS 
CB 
CB 



Charles Hill 
Aaron Thompson 
Marlon Moye-Moore 
EJ. Henderson 
Mike Whaley 
Tony Jackson 
Tony Okanlawon 
Curome Cox 



10/15 
11/33 
11/22 
10/12 

11/11 
10/13 
11/21 
9/9 



Specialists (1) 



P Brooks Barnard 

(2000 starts/career starts in third column) 

2-OOf Leffi&Ctyjei, 
Offense. 



11/18 



Returning: 18 


Lost: 15 


Defense 




Returning: 24 


Lost: 3 


Specialty 





Returning: 2 Lost: 4 



Offense 



Returning: 8 


Lost 3 


Defense 




Returning: 8 


Lost 3 


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Maryland 2001 Schedule 

Sot. Sept. 1 NORTH CAROLINA* 

Sat. Sept. 8 EASTERN MICHIGAN 

Sat. Sept. 15 WEST VIRGINIA 

Sat. Sept. 22 at Wake Forest * 

Sat Sept. 29 IDLE 

Sat. Oct. 6 VIRGINIA* ' 

Thu. Oct. 11 at Georgia Tech* (ESPN) 

Sat. Oct. 20 DUKE* 2 

Sat, Oct. 27 at Florida State* 

Sat. Nov. 3 TROY STATE 

Sat. Nov. 10 CLEMSON* 

Sat. Nov. 17 at NC State* 

Home games in BOLD CAPS at Byrd Stadium 

Indicates ACC game 
Family Weekend 
: Homecoming/Lerterwinners Day 

All dotes and times subject to change 



Maryland 2000 Results 



Sat 

Sat 
Sat 
Thu 
Sat 
Sat 
Sat 
Sat 
Sat 
Sat 
Sat 



Sept. 9 
Sept. 16 
Sept. 23 
Sept. 28 
Oct. 7 
Oct, 14 
Oct. 21 
Oct. 28 
Nov. 4 
Nov. 11 
Nov. 1 8 



TEMPLE' W, 17-10 

at West Virginia L, 17-30 

MIDDLE TENN. ST. W, 45-27 

FLORIDA STATE* L, 7-59 

at Virginia* L, 23-31 

at Clemson* L, 14-35 

WAKE FOREST* 2 W, 37-7 

at Duke* W, 20-9 
NC STATE* 3 W, 35-28 (2ot) 

at North Carolina* L, 10-13 

GEORGIA TECH* L, 22-35 



Home games in BOLD CAPS at Byrd Stadium 

Indicates ACC game 

Fireworks/Band Night 
2 Homecoming/Lerterwinners Day 
] Family Weekend 




General 



Name of School.. 

City, State, Zip 

Founded 

Enrollment 

Nickname 

School Colors 

Stadium 

Capacity 

Surface 

Affiliation 

Conference 

President 

Athletics Director . 

History. 



University of Maryland 

College Park, Md. 20742 

1807 

33,006 

Terrapins, Terps 

Red, White, Black, Gold 

Byrd Stadium 

48,055 

Natural Grass 

NCAA Division l-A 

Atlantic Coast Conference 

.Dr. CD. Mote Jr. (California '51) 
Deborah A. Yow (Elon '74) 



First year of football 

All-time record 

All-time bowl/playoff record .. 

Years in postseason play 

Last postseason appearance . 
Last postseason result 

Media Relations 



1892 

. 536-485-43 (.524/1064 gomes) 
6-9-2 



. 17 (1947-49-51-53-55-73-74-75-76-77-78.80-82-83-8485-90) 

1990 

tied Louisiana Tech, 34-34 (independence Bowl, 12-15-90) 



Associate A.D 

Office/Home , 

E-Mail 

Assistant SID/Football Contact 

Office/Home 

E-Mail 

Press Box Phone 

Media Relations Mailing Address . 
Web Site 



Dave Hoglund 

301-314-7064/301-879-2518 

haglund@wam.umd.edu 

Greg Creese 

301-314-7065/301-887-1199 

gcreese@wam.umd.edu 

301-405-7810 

1112 Cole Field House, Campus Drive, College Park, MD 20740 
www.umterps.com 



Football Coaching Staff 



Head Coach . 

Alma Mater, Year 

Record at school (years) . 

Career record (years) 

Football office phone 

Best time to reach coach . 



Ralph Friedgen 

Maryland '69 

First season 

First season 

301-314-7096 

. Through Medio Relations Office 



Assistant Coaches (alma mater, year, responsibilities) 



Charlie Taaffe (Siena College '75) . 

Gary Biackney (Connecticut '67) 

Tom Brattan (Delaware '72) 

James Franklin (Bast Stroudsburg '95} . 

Mike Locksley (Towson '92) 

Ray Rychleski (Millersville 79) 

Rod Sharpless (Maryland '75} 

Al Seamonson (Wisconsin '82) 

Dave Sollazzo (The Citadel '77} 

Tom Deahn (Heidelberg '87} 

Mitch Wilkens (Tennessee '97) 

Brian Flinn (Mount Union '97} 

Greg Sesny (Catholic '99} 

Sandy Worth (Maryland '73) 

Dwight Gait (Maryland '81 ) 

Ron Ohringer (Maryland '85} 

Team Information 



. Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks 

Defensive Coordinator/Secondary 

Offensive Line 

Wide Receivers 

Running Backs/Recruiting Coordinator 

Special Teams Coordinator/Tight Ends 

Inside Linebackers 

. Outside Linebackers/Special Teams Assistant . 
Defensive Line 



, Director of Football Operations . 

Video Coordinator 

Graduate Assistant 

Graduate Assistant 

Athletic Trainer 

. Strength & Conditioning Coach . 
Equipment Manager 



.... 1st year 
.... 1st year 
.... 1st year 
... 2nd year 
.... 5th year 
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... 7th year 
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... 3rd year 

... 3rd year 
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2000 overall record 

2000 conference record/finish 

2000 final rankings 

Basic offense 

Basic defense 

Letterwinners returning: Offense: .. 

Specialty; 
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Specialty: 
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Defensive Tackle 
6-0 • 245 • So.-SQ 
Mt. Rainier, Md. 
(Good Counsel) 



On Abari: Hard-working third-year player who returns to 
nose tackle after working at defensive end a year ago ... 
has gotten bigger every year since walking on at Maryland 
in 1999 ... gained almost 10 pounds this past off-season ... 
listed third on the depth chart entering fall drills ... had a 
four-yard sack in the spring game. 

2000 (Redshirt Freshman): Saw action in two games 
(Middle Tennessee and Wake Forest] but did not record 
any tackles. 

1 999 (Freshman): Redshirt season. 

High School: A four-year letterwinner and graduate of Good 
Counsel High School in the Washington, DC. metro area 
... played linebacker and defensive end ... helped his team 
to an 8-3 record as a senior, recording 154 tackles and 
eight sacks ... team was 24-6 in his final three seasons ... 
team captain and All-WCAC selection ... lettered two years 
in wrestling ... representative on the student council ... 
prepped with current Maryland teammate Brandon Miller. 

Personal: Tosin Abari was born April 15, 1981 ... son of 
Muyis Abari (father) and Ayo Badru ... parents are of Nige- 
rian descent ... majoring in criminal justice and economics 



My goal for the 2001 season is: To be the best player 

I con be 
Someday I would like to take a trip to: Madagascar 
If I lost all of my possessions except for one, I would 

keep my: Bible 
The word that best describes me is: Diligent 
The best thing about game day is: Just to be playing 

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Wide Receiver 



Randallstown, Md. 
(Mount St. Joseph) 

On Abiamiri: A talented receiver with ideal size who worked 
his way to the top of the depth chart this spring ... has excel- 
lent strength and strong footwork for a player his size ... on 
intelligent, "coachable" player ... added 18 pounds to his 
frame over the course of the last year ... hod one reception 
in this year's spring game. 

2000 (Freshman): Redshirt season. 

High School: A graduate of Mount St Joseph High School 
in Baltimore, Md. ... a two-year varsity performer ... blos- 
somed as a senior by earning first team all-state and All- 
Mid-Atlantic honors from SuperPrep and PrepStor ... was 
also named to the Baltimore Sun's All-Metro team ... totaled 
13 touchdowns as a senior (eight receiving, two rushing, 
two on punt returns and one on a kickoff return) ... finished 
with 28 receptions for 779 yards ... also competed in bas- 
ketball and track ... a National Football Foundation Scholar- 
Athlete honoree high school coach was Mike Working 

Personal: Robert Obinna Abiamiri was born December 21, 
1982 ... son of Rita and Peter Abiamiri ... majoring in letters 
and sciences ... last name is pronounced "eye-be-uh-meery," 




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My goal for the 200 1 season is: To play the best 

football I can possibly play 
Someday I would like to take a trip to: Europe 
The word that best describes me is: Tough 
Person I most admire is: My mom 



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Linebacker 



220 ♦ So-ltf 

Frederick, Md. 
(Thomas Johnson) 

On Ambush: Redshirt sophomore who is part of a talented 
linebacking corps ... expected to contribute on special teams 
after playing a backup role at linebacker and seeing time 
on special teams as a redshirt freshman ... missed the major- 
ity of spring drills after dislocating his right wrist in the first 
week of practice ... despite the injury, he enters fall drills 
listed as the primary backup to three-year starter Aaron Th- 
ompson at the strongside linebacker position. 

2000 (Redshirt Freshman): Appeared in nine games and 
totaled eight tackles saw extensive action on special teams 
in addition to playing a reserve role at an outside linebacker 
spot ... career-high three total tackles vs. Wake Forest ... 
had two assisted tackles vs Middle Tennessee State. 

1 999 (Freshman): Redshirt season. 

High School: Graduated in 1 999 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 
otthe time of the injury ... was an Ail-American pick 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 1 1 for losses, and also rushed 
for more than 1,000 yards in 1997, when he was one of just 
three juniors named to the consensus all-state team ... was 
also named the Frederick News-Post Mid-Maryland Defen- 
sive Player of the Year as a junior ... was a second team all- 
state selection as a sophomore in 1 996 after rushing for more 
than 800 yards and helping his team to a 10-2 record ..was 
a teammate of current Maryland defensive back Randall Jones 
in 1996 ... coach was Ben Wright, who rated him the best 
linebacker he had ever coached and among the most gifted 
athletes ever at Gov, Thomas Johnson High. 

Personal: Leroy Ambush was born March 16, 1981 ... son 
of Kim and Leroy Ambush ... majoring in criminal justice. 

Career Statistics 



Defense G-GS UT AT 
2000 9-0 4 4 



TT TFL Sacks Int 
8/0.9 0-0 0.0-0 0-0 



My goal for the 200 1 season is: To help the teom 

moke it to a bowl gome 
The word that best describes me is: Honest 
If I could spend a day with anybody, it would be: 

Homer Simpson 
One word to describe Coach Friedgen: Motivator 
The best thing about game day is: The fans 



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5-8.1 80' So-RS 

Staten Island, N.Y. 
(Monsignor Farrell/ 
St. John's Uniu.) 



On Aragona: A walk-on who will serve as a backup at 
corner ... most likely to see action as a special teams per- 
former ... hard-working player who played on the offensive 
side of the ball as a scholarship player at St. John's in 1 999. 

2000 (Sophomore): Redshirt season. 

1999 (St. John's): lettered as a running back and kick re- 
turner for the Red Storm who finished 6-5 ... had 1 2 rushing 
yards and three receptions as a frosh ... was recruited os a 
quarterback by St. John's. 

High School: A two-year letterwinner and 1998 graduate 
of Monsignor Farrell High School in Staten Island ... played 
quarterback and free safety ... threw for over 1,400 yards 
as a senior despite breaking his wrist in the third game of 
the season ... had 22 passing and nine rushing touchdowns 
in his career ... also intercepted two passes as a senior ... 
an all-league selection and CHSFL all-star ... team went 9-3 
his senior year and won league championship ... high school 
coach was Ben Sarullo. 

Personal: Salvatore John Aragona was born February 18, 
1981 in Staten Island, N.Y, ... the son of John and Rose- 
mary Aragona ... lists his parents as the people he most 
admires ... cousin Giuseppe Aguano was a 2001 football 
signee at Duke majoring in psychology. 



Someday I would like to lake a trip to: Outer space 
The best piece of advice I ever received was: Be- 
lieve in yourself 
The word that best describes me is: Heart 
My ideal pre-game meal is: Italian food 
One word to describe Coach Friedgen: Serious 




Punter 

6.2.182.Jr-2tf 

Arnold, Md. 
(Broadneck/ 
Oklahoma) 



On Barnard: All-America candidate who enters his junior 
season as Maryland's leader in career (43.5), single-sea- 
son (44.7 in 2000) and single-game (53.8 vs. Temple, 
2000) punting averages ... the nation's second-leading 
returning punter from 
2000 after setting a 
school- 
record with 
his 44.7 av- 



erage 

named honor- 
able mention All- 
America in 2000 
after pulling down Freshman 
All-America honors in 1999 ... local product who 
originally went to Oklahoma to pursue a degree in 
meteorology ... tall, lean, athletic specialist who owns four 
of the top 10 single-game punting efforts in Maryland 
history ... has started 18 of 19 games the past two 
seasons. 

2000 (Sophomore): An 11 -game starter who fin 
ished fourth nationally with a school-record aver- 
age of 44.7 yards per punt ... his season average 
broke the previous school standard of 43.8 set by 
Scott Milanovich in 1993 ... earned honorable 
mention All-America honors from Football News 
... also named honorable mention All-ACC ... fin- 
ished second in the league in punting ... recorded 
a total of 1 3 punts of at least 50 yards, including 
a career-long of 85 yards vs. Temple, which was 
three yards shy of the school record ... also had 
punts of 71, 67 (twice), 66, 63 and 61 yards 
. . . had eight punts downed inside the 20-yard 
line ... punted six times for a school-record 
53.8-yard average in the opener vs 
Temple, besting the previous single- 
game best of 52.7 yards per punt set in 
1993 by Milanovich vs. NC State ... 
punted five times for a 51 0-yard average vs. Virginia and 
four times for a 49 8 yard averoge vs. Clemson. 

1 999 (Redshirt Freshman): Played in eight games, starting 
seven ... third-team Freshman All-America by The Sporting 
News ... ranked 34th nationally with 42.1 yards per punt ,.. 
had the Terps' best punting average since 1993, third-best 
overall and best ever by a freshman ... after taking over as 
Marylond's full-time punter against Wake Forest, team rose 
41 positions in NCAA net punting statistics (103rd to 62nd) 
... following an eight-yarder in his second punt at Wake, he 
boosted 39 punts the rest of the year for 1,687 yards and a 
43.3-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 50 yards or better ... entered fall camp as 
a walk-on, finished camp listed No 2 on the depth chart ... 
first action came at Georgia Tech, was named the No. 1 
punter the following week. 

1 998 (Freshman): Attended Oklahoma for one semester in 
the fall before transferring to Maryland. 

High School: A four-year letterwinner and graduate o 
Broadneck High School in 1998 ... helped BHS to a 24-16 
record in four seasons; 16-5 aso junior and senior ... set 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 
itr'.S L goals ... four-year all-county selec- 

tion ... all-state as a junior and se- 
nior ... active in Fellowship of Chris- 
tian Athletes. 

Personal: Brooks 

Alexander Barnard 

was born November 

4, 1979 ... son of 

John and Koren 

Barnard... majoring in 

kinesiology 

named after former 

Orioles third 

baseman Brooks 

Robinson. 





Punting G-GS 

1999 8-7 

2000 11-11 
Totals 19-1 E 



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My goal for the 200 1 season is: To lead the nation 
by at least 3 yards per punt and place the most 
punts inside the 20 yard line 

If I lost all of my possessions except for one, I would 
keep: A picture of my family 

One word to describe Coach Friedgen: Straight-for- 
ward 

The best thing about game day is: To get on the held 
and just look around into the stands 



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1 998 (Redshirt Freshman): Sat out the 1998 season at the 
University of South Florida and eventually transferred to 
Maryland for spring drills. 




1997: Redshirted his freshman season i 
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Linebacker 




6-2 • 223 • Sr.-tV 
St. Petersburg, Fla. 
(Northeast/ 
Uniw. of So. Florida) 



On Bishop: Third-year senior whose ma 
jor college career got off to an im- 
pressive start - he had 84 tackles in 
his first nine games - but has since 
been slowed by injuries to both knees 
... suffered a torn anterior cru- 
ciate ligament in his left 
knee in the ninth game of 
the 1999 season, then I 
suffered a right knee \ 
sprain midway through * f. 
the 2000 campaign and 
did not play again ... knee 
injury at NC State forced 
him to miss the last two 
games of 1999 ... is a 
quick and agile line 
backer with good in- 
stincts and the ability to 
get to the football when 
healthy. 

2000 (Junior): Ap- 
peared in six games and 
totaled nine tackles ... 
was slowed by the knee 
injury he suffered at 
the end of the 1999 
season, which required 
off-season surgery ... to- 
taled nine tackles and 
one interception ... had a 
season-high four tackles 
and an interception in the 
Clemson game before suffering a sprained right knee and 
leaving the game ... did not play again after the injury, 

1 999 (Sophomore): Started the first nine games at inside 
linebacker and finished third on the team in tackles ... had 
84 total tackles and averaged 9,3 per game ... missed the 
final two gomes after a left 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 For- 
est and a career-high 20 against Clemson ... also had nine 
solos against Clemson ... earned a starting position late in 
1999 fall comp ... attended spring drills in his first semester 
at Maryland underwent knee surgery following the sea- 
son. 



High School: A 1997 graduate of Northeast High School 
in St. Petersburg, Fla ... was a first team class 5A all-state 
choice as a defensive bock as a senior in 1996 ... also 
played defensive back and slot back ... was selected the 
Pinellas County Player of the Year by the St Petersburg Times 
and Tampa Tribune ... was also selected to the West Cen- 
tral Florida Super 15 team ... as a senior, averaged 12.7 
yards per carry (43 carries for 545 yards) in addition to 
catching 23 posses for 445 yards ... totaled 15 touchdowns 
... intercepted three passes as well ... also lettered in basket- 
ball and track. 

Personal: Kevin James Bishop was born Septem- 
ber 28, 1978 ... son of Diana Bishop ... major- 
ing in criminology and criminal justice ... was a 
member of the National Honor Society ... at- 
tended a junior college, Harper-Rainey Col- 
lege in Illinois, after transferring from Univer- 
sity of South Florida ... Maryland scholar- 
athlete in 1999 and 2000 ... 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 


2000 


6-0 


5 


4 


9/1 5 


0-0 


00-0 


1-0 


Totals 


15-9 


45 


48 


93/6.2 


7-16 


0.00 


1-0 



Someday I would like to lake a trip to: Temptation 

Island 
If I lost all of my possessions except for one, I would 

keep my: Debbie Gibson autographed hat from her 

Electric Youth Tour 
My ambition after football is: To star in "Chips " 2002- 

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6-5 « 30fl ♦ Fr-RS 
Rex, Ga. 

(MOJEMW) 



On Brooks: One of the true surprises of spring ball ... en- 
tered spring fending off competition and working to secure 
a backup tackle spot ... left spring practice as the starting 
right tackle and a player to watch for the next four years ... 
a very technical blocker who, despite his youth, has a firm 
grasp of the offense and blocking schemes takes pride in 
finishing his blocks. 

2000 (Freshman): Redshirt season. 

High School: A 2000 graduate of Morrow High School in 
Morrow, Ga. ...capped his senior season in 1999 by earn- 
ing honorable mention oil-state (Class AAA) honors and first 
team all-area recognition ... graded out at 84 percent dur- 
ing the season ... earned Atlantic Touchdown Club Player 
of the Week honors ... 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. was born August 21, 1982 ... 
son of Mataska and Clinton Brooks, Sr. ... a letters and sci- 
ence major who plans on working toward a business de- 
gree. 



My goal for the 200 1 season is: To go to and win a 

bowl game 
The word that best describes me is: Clutch 
Toughest player I faced in 2000 was: Teammate 

Kris Jenkins 
My ambition after football is: To start a record studio 



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Offensive Guard 

6-3 » 307 ♦ So-ltf 

Clinton, Md. 
(Crossland) 



On Bryant: Redshirt sophomore who is one of eight returning 
starters on offense and one of four returning starters on the 
offensive line ... expected to vie for o starting position as a 
redshirt sophomore . . . listed No. 1 on the depth chart at right 
guard entering the season ... one of the strongest players on 
the team ... an Iron Terp with a 702 strength index and the 
third-highest squat by a Maryland offensive lineman ever (670 
lbs.) ... 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. 

2000 (Redshirt Freshman): Talented young prospect who 
figured into the mix on the offensive line ... did not ploy in 
the first two gomes of the season, but came on to play in the 
final nine games, earning a total of six starts at right guard 
... entered the season listed No. 2 on the depth chart be- 
hind Bob Krantz but seized the opportunity to move into a 
starting role when Krantz was bothered by injuries. 

1999 (Freshman): 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 se- 
nior named an Ail-American by PrepStarand an all-region 
selection by SuperPrep ... played both offensive tackle and 
defensive tackle as a senior ... credited with 33 pancake blocks 
and allowed just one sack ... on de- 
fense, he totaled 48 tackles, six 
sacks and two forced rumbles 

... played right tackle on ^S 

offense and defensive 
tackle as a junior, his 
first season of orga- 




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nized football ... also played varsity basketball ,.. "Lamar is a 
tremendous athlete for his size and a fierce competitor. His 
work ethic is incredible," said his high school coach, Alan 
Arrington. "He hasn't even begun to reach his potential." 

Personal: Lamar Cornell Bryant was born January 11, 1981 
... son of Ivey Ray Bryant and Elizabeth Washington ma- 
joring in criminal justice 



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My goal for the 200 I season is: To make the ACC 

All-Academic team 
Someday I would like to take a trip to: Japan 
My ideal pre-game ritual is: To listen to Metallica 
If I could spend a day with anybody, it would be: 

Washington Redskin Darrell Green 
Toughest player I faced in 2000 was: UNC's Julius 

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6-0 • 243 ♦ Fr-RS 

Morristown, N.J. 
(Morristown) 



On Cochran: Player who arrived at Maryland as an end 
but has been moved to the LEO (outside linebacker) posi- 
tion to better accommodate his size ... an Iron Terp with the 
fifth-highest strength index on the team (735) and second- 
highest among linebackers ... posted a 685-lb. squat ... 
aggressive player who could challenge for playing time with 
experience. 

2000 (Freshman): Redshirt season. 

High School: A 2000 graduate of Morristown High School 
... captured first team all-state honors from the Star-ledger 
... also was named first team All-Morris County for the sec- 
ond consecutive season ... helped lead Morristown to an 
1 1 -0 record and a third straight NJSIAA North Jersey (Sec- 
tion 2, Group 3) title as a senior ...an all-region selection by 
PrepSlar ... high school coach was John Porcelli 

Personal: Jamahl Donovan Cochran was born December 
5, 1981 ... son of Sophia Cochran and James Smith ... ma- 
joring in computer engineering. 



My goal for the 200 1 season is: To ploy any role or 
position that will most help the team 

The best piece of advice I ever received was: Do it 
right the hrst time 

The word that best describes me is: Tough 

Person I most admire is: My mother 

My ambition after football is: To start up a multi-mil- 
lion dollar computer corporation 





Linebacker 



6.3 » 232 • Fr-RS 

Philipsburg, Pa. 
(Philipsburg- 
OsceolaJ 



On Condo: Second-year player who heads into fall camp as 
the backup at the LEO position behind sophomore Mike 
Whaley ... hard-working player who will likely play a role on 
special teams ... could actually challenge for long snapping 
duties this year ... could benefit from adding more size (has 
added 12 pounds to his frame since his arrival) 

2000 (Freshman): Redshirt season. 

High School: Graduated in 2000 from Philipsburg-Osceola 
High School in Philipsburg, Pa. ... named a first team all- 
state linebacker by the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette and Associ- 
ated Press as a senior ... rushed for 966 yards at fullback 
and recorded 174 tackles, including 13 sacks ... also had 
three interceptions ... was a unanimous All-Big 8 Confer- 
ence 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 o running back, 
linebacker and punter after rushing for 1,008 yards and 
nine touchdowns while averaging 17 tackles per gome ... 
set school career records for rushing yards (2,885) and tack- 
les (474) .... Pennsylvania AAA state wrestling champion in 
the 275-pound classification ... also lettered in baseball 
where he was a three-year starting catcher and named first 
team all-state by Pennsylvania Sports Fever ... honor roll stu- 
dent ... high school coach was Chris Davidson. 

Personal: Jonathan Wade Condo was born August 26, 1981 
... son of Vicki and Richard Condo ... majoring in education. 



Someday I would like to take a trip to: Australia 
The word that best describes me is: Hard-working 
My ambition after football is: To become a biology 

teacher and coach wrestling and football 
One word to describe Coach Friedgen: Determined I 









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Arlington, Va. 
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On Cox: A strong cornerback who is one of three returning 
starters in the Terrapin secondary listed No. 1 on the 
depth chart at a corner spot after playing an integral role in 
the defensive unit as a redshirt freshman a year ago ... ex- 
cels in press coverage schemes has the ability to throw 
receivers off of their initial routes. ..an Iron 
Terp with a 3 30-lb bench press, 550-lb 
squat and a 36-0 1/2-inch vertical jump 

2000 (Redshirt Freshman): Started 
nine of 1 games at cornerback as a 
redshirt freshman, playing opposite 
Tony Okanlawon ... missed 
the final game of the 
season with a right 
knee sprain ... totaled 
33 tackles (17 so- 
los) ... finished 
second on the 
team with two in- 
terceptions ... had 
pickoffs vs. Middle 
Tennessee Slate and 
Wake Forest ... career- 
high eight total tackles vs. 
Virginia .. had six stops vs. 
West Virginia ... also had 
four pass breakups and a 
fumble recovery 

1999 (Freshman 

Redshirt season. 



High School: A 1999 graduate of Gonzaga College High 
School in Washington, DC ... was a first team All-Washing- 
ton Catholic Athletic Conference selection as a defensive 
back and a second team All-Met selection by the Washing- 
ton 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 reception, catching 22 passes for 567 yards 
and nine touchdowns ... on defense, recorded five intercep- 
tions ... 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 cham- 
pionship game vs. DeMatha ... was a preseason All-Ameri- 
can by PrepStar prior to his senior year ... was a starter at 
wide receiver and cornerback as a junior in 1997 when 
Gonzaga went 12-1 and won the WCAC title ... played on 
the varsity as a sophomore ... a sprinter on the track team ... 
high school coach was Maus Collins. 

Personal: Curome Lineal Cox was born February 28, 1981 
... son of Linda Foster ... majoring in family studies a 1999 
Maryland scholar-athlete. 




My goal for the 200 I season is: To be one ol the 

best defensive backs in the ACC 
Someday I would like to take a trip: Around the world 
The word that best describes me is: Driven 
One word to describe Coach Friedgen: Genius 



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Moravia, N.Y. 
(Moravia) 



On Crawford: Fourth-year junior who is coming back from 
a torn ACL in his left knee which forced him to miss the final 
two games of the 2000 season, breaking a string of 20 
consecutive starts ... did not participate in spring drills ... 
will vie for the starting right tackle spot when healthy ... had 
not missed a start in his career prior to the injury, which 
happened in practice prior to the North Carolina game ... 
has played a key role in the Terps yielding just 32 sacks in 
the past two seasons combined ... player with good size 
who is expected to continue to improve. 

2000 (Sophomore): Nine-game starter at right tackle who 
missed the final two contests after suffering a torn ACL in his 
knee ... the injury occurred in practice just prior to the North 
Carolina game ... the injury snapped his string of consecu- 
tive starts at 20 ... helped Maryland finish second in the 
ACC in fewest sacks allowed 

1999 (Redshirt Freshman): A second-team Freshman All- 
America selection by The Sporting News as a redshirt fresh- 
man ... started all 11 games at right tackle for an offensive 
unit that led the ACC and finished 1 2th nationally in rushing 
yards per game (231.4) ... part of an offensive line that 
allowed a league low 11 sacks 
... the Terps finished 54th na- 
tionally in total offense, 
jumping 51 spots 
from the previ- 
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1998 (Freshman): Redshirt season 

High School: A four-year lelterwinner and 1988 graduate 
ol Moravia (NY | High School ... a (irsl team all-state selec- 
tion in 1997 by the New York Sportswrilers Association ... 
roted New York's No. 8 prospect overall by SuperPrep, the 
No. 8 offensive line prospect in the Big East Region in the 
preseason by PrepSlar and the No 14 overall prospect in 
the state by Tom Lemming ... started every game for four 
seasons ... played both ways (offensive tackle and defen- 
sive tackle] in addition to handling his team's placekicking 
and punting 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 Confer- 
ence all-star ... as a defensive player he totaled 20 career 
sacks and eight fumble recoveries ... recruited by Michigan 
State, Rutgers and Ole Miss. ... high school coach was Steve 
Woodard. 

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



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happen lor a reason 
Toughest player I faced in 2000 was: FSU's Jamal 

Reynolds 
If I could spend a day with anybody, it would be: 

My uncle. Doug 
One word to describe Coach Friedgen: Forthright 
The best thing about game day is: The atmosphere 



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Strong Safety 

18Q'Fr,-RS 
Germantown, Md. 
(Northwest! 

On Custis: A young, physical player who was moved from 
cornerbock to safety this spring ... a hard worker who en- 
1 ters the fall listed behind seniors Tony Jackson and Rod Littles 
at strong safety. 

2000 (Freshman): Redshirt season. 

High School: A 2000 graduate of Northwest High School 
in Germantown. Md. ... enjoyed a breakout season as a 
senior after missing his entire junior campaign 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 comerback/ 
safety ... earned first team all-state honors ot running bock 
for small schools ... also was an honorable mention All-Met 
selection by the Washington Post and an All-Montgomery 
IA-2A choice ... selected as the Montgomery County Offen- 
sive Player of the Year by the Montgomery County Coaches 
Association and was a first team All-Montgomery County 



choice by the Gazette and the Montgomery Journal 
named an All-American by PrepSlar ... eight of his touch- 
downs went for at leost 40 yards ,., was the starting point 
guard on the basketball team as o 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 was born February 15, 
1982 ... son of Hope and Harvey Custis ... majoring in com- 
puter sciences. 



My goal lor the 200 1 season is: To be a factor in 

leading us to a winning season 
If I could spend a day with anybody, it would be: 

My daughter, Ashley 
My ambition after football is: To be a cartoonist 
The best thing about game day is: Feeling the crowd 

around you 



My goal for the 200 1 season is: To learn more about 

the defense and my position 
Someday I would like to take a trip to: Jamaica 
My ideal pre-game meal is: Paslo and salad 
One word to describe Coach Friedgen: Hardcore 
The best thing about game day is: The fan support 



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



On Downs: An elusive runner who will challenge for play- 
ing time ... will provide depth at the tailback spot as well as 
some veteran leadership for a group that lost its top two 
runners from a year ago. 

2000 punior): Redshirt season. 

Junior College (Freshman/Sophomore): A 2000 
graduate of Valley Forge Military Academy and 
College in Wayne, Pa ... a two-year starter who to- 
taled 2,013 rushing yards and 23 touchdowns ... 1 
rushed for 925 yards and 12 touchdowns on just I 
87 carries in 1 999 after totaling 1 ,08 8 yards and I 
11 touchdowns on 148 carries in 1998 ... junior I 
college coach was Jim Burner. 

High School: A three-year letterwinner and gradu- 
ate of Malvern Prep in Philadelphia ... enjoyed a tre- 
mendous prep career, earning Philadelphia Doily 
News Inter- Academic Player of the Year honors in 1997 
... was later named the Inter-Academic League Player o 
the Decade by the Philadelphia Doily News ... established 
a single-season city league record for rushing yards (2,198) 
and tied marks for rushing TDs (29) and total touchdowns 
(31 ), all as o senior in 1997 ... in his career, he scored 54 
touchdowns 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 was born March 26, 
1979 ... son of Dee J. and Joan Downs ... marring in family 
studies ... has a brother who is an assistant coach at the 
University of Pennsylvania. 



On Dugan: A bright, young and talented tight end who is o 
complete package in terms of physical skills ... one of eight 
returning starters on the offensive side of the ball ... coming 
off an impressive redshirt freshman season when he served 
as the Terps' starter ... big, strong, physical tight end who 
has good hands and runs well after the catch ... an out- 
standing blocker ... with more ex- 
erience and improved route- 
running, upside is tremendous 
listed os a co-No. 1 on 
the depth chart head- 
ing into the season 
with seniors Matt 
Murphy and Eric 
James (starting 
tight end will de- 
pend mostly on 
I offensive forma- 
tion) 

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I Freshman): A 10- 
^^^r game starter at 
tight end who 
emerged as one of the prom- 
ising young talents in the Atlantic 
Coast Conference ... finished sec- 
ond on the teom in receptions 
(25) and receiving yards (319) 
... named the Terps' Freshman of 
the Year ... opened the season 
vith 12 catches in the first three 
games, closed the campoign with 
13 receptions in the final five games 
one touchdown reception (10 yards 
rom Calvin McCall) came against Wake 
Forest ... had career personal highs 
for receptions (5) and receiving yards 
(91 ) vs. Middle Tennessee State. 

1999 (Freshman): Redshirt season. 




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High School: Graduated in 1999 from Central Catholic 
High School in Pittsburgh, Pa. ... rated the top tight end pros- 
pect 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 second 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 
outstanding shot putter. 

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

Career Statistics 



Receiving G-GS Rec. 

2000 11-10 25 



Yards Avg. 
319 12.8 



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If I lost all of my possessions except for one, I would 

keep my: Seven iron 
The best piece of advice I ever received was: Don't 

get cheated 
If I could spend a day with anybody, it would be: 

Jackie Robinson 
The best thing about game day is: The competition 



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Atlanta, Ga. 
(Benjamin Mays) 

On Dumas: Sophomore lineman who saw action as a 
redshirt freshman and is slated to start at left tackle entering 
2001 ... was switched from defensive line to the offensive 
line during fall of 1999 ... an athletic player for his position 
with ideal size and wingspan broke his left foot toward 
the end of spring. 

2000 (Redshirt Freshman): Saw action in five games, all at 
tackle ... missed two games after suffering a high ankle sprain 
of his right foot. 

1 999 (Freshman): Redshirt season. 

High School: Graduated in 1 999 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 ex- 



tra-point attempts in addition to registering 45 tackles and 
eight sacks ... coach was Larry Hellen. 

Personal: Eric LeBaron Dumas was born April 30, 1981 ... 
son of Altheastine Nabors ... majoring in communications. 



My goal for the 200 1 season is: To excel on and off 

the field with my teammates 
My ideal pre-game meal is: Strawberry shortcake 

ice cream 
My ambition after football is: To own my own shoe 

store for people with big feet 
One word to describe Coach Friedgen: Respect 



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On Eli: Redshirt who was moved from rush end/outside 
linebacker to defensive end in the spring ... enters fall be- 
hind Durrand Roundtree and Scott Smith on the depth chart. 

2000 (Freshman): Redshirt season. 

High School: A three-year letterwinner and 2000 graduate 
of Deptford High School in Deptford, NJ. ... 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, in- 
cluding 19 TFL's and 12 sacks ... opponents would gener- 
ally run away from his side ... blocked a punt and o PAT 
attempt ... three-time first team All-Tri County ... also played 
light end ... played on a state championship team as a jun- 



ior ... team finished 9-3 in 1998 ... 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 was born July 7, 1981 ... son of 
Delia and Harrison Eli ... majoring in criminal justice. 



My goal for the 200 1 season is: To work hard and 
do whatever it takes to make the team better 

The word that best describes me is: Aggressive 

My ideal pre-game ritual is: Praying with my team- 
mates 

The best thing about game day is: Seeing all the fans 



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Westminster, Md. 
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On Farver: Former walk-on who has good instincts and will 
suit up at inside linebacker ... has improved his size and 
strength each year at Maryland ... solid in run support ... 
could see action in goal line situations. 

2000 (Redshirt Freshman): Did not see action ... success- 
fully recovered from knee injury, 

1999 (Freshman): Redshirt season ... suffered a torn ante- 
rior cruciate ligament . had postseason surgery 

High School: Graduated from Westminster High School in 
1999 ... two-year football letterwinner where he played line- 
backer, tailback and tight end ... all-county selection and a 
football scholar-athlete ... played in metro all-star game ... 
best game included 30 carries, 1 75 yards and three TDs as 
a running back ... captained baseball, basketball and foot- 
ball teams ... all-county selection in baseball. 

Personal: Nicholas Zachary Farver was born May 1, 1981 
... son of Joe and Patti Farver ... majoring in civil engineering 
... 3.93 high school GPA ... 1999 & 2000 Maryland scholar- 
athlete. 



The best piece of advice I ever received was: To stay 

positive and keep my head up 
The word that best describes me is: Persistent 
My favorite moment as a Terp was: When we beat 

West Virginia in 1999 to inprove our record to 30 
My ideal pre-game ritual is: To get focused 



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6-3 » 263 • So-1tf 

Parkton, Md. 
(Hereford) 



On Feldheim: Enters fall drills listed atop the depth chart at 
a defensive tackle position ,., player who must adjust to a 
new position (he played DE last year] and the weight that 
he had to put on to play it ... has added almost 30 pounds 
since arriving as a true freshman last year ... one of five 
defensive linemen to earn Iron Terp status for their work in 
the weightroom ... posted a 585-pound squat ... young pros- 
pect who showed potential for a bright future with his play 
in the second half of his true freshman season. 

2000 (Freshman): Appeared in four of the team's last five 
games of the season ... one of just five true freshmen to see 
action for the Terps ... played as a reserve on the defensive 
line ... made first career appearance in the Wake Forest 
game ... also saw action vs. Duke, NC State and Georgia 
Tech ... totaled six tackles (five solo] ... career high three 
solo stops (including o sack] vs. NC State. 

High School: A 2000 graduate of Hereford High School in 
Parkton, Md. ... a two-time consensus all-state selection and 
a two-time All-Metro and All-Baltimore County/City choice 
... a three-year varsity starter who played on teams that 
posted a cumulative record of 35-2, winning one stale title 
(1997] and twice reaching the state semifinals ( 1 998, 1 999] 
... 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 was born February 13, 
1982 ... son of Erica and Cliff Feldheim ... majoring in me- 
chanical engineering 



Career Statistics 



Defense G-GS UT AT 
2000 40 5 I 



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My goal for the 200 I season is: Earn a starling 

position on the defensive line 
Someday I would like to take a trip to: The Virgin 

Islands 
My ideal pregame ritual is: To get a good night's 

sleep 
One word to describe Coach Friedgen: Intense 
The best thing about game day is: Strapping the 

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Swedesboro, N.J. 
(Kingsway) 

On Fiddler: A physical fullback who will compete for play- 
ing lime this year ... will likely play a significant role in '01 
regardless of who wins the starting job ... a solid isolation 
blocker who also excels at pass catching out of the backfield 
... played linebacker and fullback in high school, and was 
originally slated to play defense at Maryland, but was 
placed on the offensive side of the ball during fall of his true 
freshman campaign. 

2000 (Redshirt Freshman): Saw action 
in each of the last six games, primarily 
on special learns ... made one 
unassisted tackle. 

1999 (Freshman 
Redshirt season. 



High School: A 1999 
graduate of Kingsway 
High School in 
Swedesboro, NJ ... 
was named an All- 
American by 

SuperPrepond all-re- 
gion by PrepStar 
...was also a first 
learn All-South 
Jersey selection 
as a senior ... rated 
the No. 3 running back 
in the state in the pre- 
season by recruiting ano- 
lystTom 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) ... 



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on defense, totoled 112 tackles, including 50 solo stops ... 
also had five interceptions, 1 5 caused fumbles and five fumble 
recoveries ... earned first team Tri-Counly Conference honors 
on both sides of ihe 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 tack- 
les, three sacks and six caused fumbles ... started at inside 
linebacker as a sophomore when Kingsway advanced to 
ihe slate title game. 

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



My goal for the 200 1 season is: To play hard and 

moke on impact 
If I lost all of my possessions except or one, I would 

keep my: Television 
The best thing about game day is: The excitement in 

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Youngstown, Ohio 
(Cardinal Mooney) 

On Flynn: A redshirt freshman light end who has improved 
his strength after one year in the program ... could see ac- 
tion in short-yardage, two light end sets in '01. 

2000 (Freshman): Redshirt season. 

High School: Graduated in 2000 from Cardinal Mooney 
High School in Youngstown, Ohio ... a two-time All-Steel 
Valley Conference choice and an All-Norlheaslern Ohio 
selection as a senior ... also named honorable mention all- 
state ... selected to play in the Big 33 Ail-Star game ... 
team captain as o senior ... two-way starter at tight 

\end and defensive end in 1999 ... graded out ol 
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 base- 
ball team ... high school coach was Don Bucci. 

Personal: Ryan Patrick Flynn was bom January 16, 1982 ...son 
of Patricia and Thomas Flynn ... major is letters and sciences 



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My goal for the 200 1 season is: To personally play 
and as a team make it to a major bowl game 

The word that best describes me is: Determined 

My ideal pre-game meal or ritual is: To eat a bowl of 
pasta and be in total silence 

Thebestthing about game day is: Running onto the field 



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Wheatly Heights, 
N.Y. (Half Hollow 
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On Fowler: A fifth-year senior who begins his fourth season 
as the Terrapins' starting center ... rated among the top play- 
ers at his position in the country ... lakes a streak of 33 
consecutive starts - every game of his career - into the sea- 
son ... made a remarkable position switch (from the defen- 
sive line) as a redshirt freshman in 1998 that ultimately so- 
lidified the Maryland offensive line ... 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 ... a quick, 
explosive player who attacks the line of scrimmage ... a 
team leader and Iron Terp who is ranked in the top three on 
the team in every strength discipline (strength index, bench, 
squat, clean, vertical jump and 40 time). 

2000 punior): Started oil 11 games at center for the third 
consecutive season ... named first team AII-ACC by 
Collegefoolballnews.com and honorable mention AII-ACC 
by the Atlantic Coast Sportswriters Association ... selected 
as the recipient of the team's Alvin L. Aubinoe Award as 
Maryland's "unsung hero" of the 2000 season ... helped 
Terps finish No. 2 in the ACC in fewest sacks allowed. 

1999 (Sophomore]: An 1 1 -game 
starter at center for the second con 
secutive season ... helped key an 
offensive attack that 
rose 51 spots in fi 
nal NCAA total 
offense 
rankings com- 
pared to 1998 
... Maryland 
finished the 
1999 season 
as the ACC's 
top rushing 
team, ranking 
12th nationally 
in rushing 
yards per 
game with a 
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231.4 yards per contest the Terps' offensive line allowed 
an ACC-low 11 sacks. 

1998 (Redshirt Freshman): Started all 11 games at center 
despite not 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 offensive line ,.. stabi- 
lized a line that was responsible in part for the Terps' status 
as the sixth-most improved NCAA l-A rushing offense ... 
helped limit opponent sacks from 56 in 1997 to just 30 in 
1998. 

1997 (Freshman): Redshirt season. 

High School: A 1997 graduate of Half Hollow Hills High 
School ... earned All-Long Island and all-county honors from 
the Long Island Sporting News ... named Long Island's top 
lineman in a vote of area coaches ... was a finalist for the 
1996 Bob Zellner Award ... a three-sport standout who also 
excelled in basketball and lacrosse ... was an active volun- 
teer in SADD and the Special Olympics ... a member of the 
honor roll 

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




My goal for the 200 I season is: To make first team 

All-American 
Someday I would like to take a trip to: France 
If I lost all of my possessions except for one, I would 

keep my: Chess set 
The word that best describes me is: Relentless 
My favorite moment as a Terp was: The first game I 

started 
The best thing about game day is: Winning 



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187'Sr.3V 
Horseheads, N.Y. 
(Horseheads) 

On Gary: One of the top returning receivers in the Atlantic 
Coast Conference ... will move into Maryland's career top 
20 list for receptions with five more catches and needs just 
33 receptions to crack the top 10 ... enters his final colle- 
giate season in fifth place on Maryland's career list for punt 
return yards (476) ... first Terp in school history to lead the 
team in punt returns three consecutive seasons ... can be- 
come the first Terp since All-American Gary Collins ( 1 959- 
61 ) to lead the team in receptions three straight seasons ... 
has appeared in 31 games over the past three seasons 

2000 (Junior): Appeared in all 11 games, starting in 10... 
led Maryland in receiving for the second straight season 



and in punt returns for the third 
straight year... set career personal 
bests in receptions (40), receiv- 
ing yards (568) and receiving 
touchdowns (7), nearly dou 
bling his combined re 
ception total from his 
freshman and 
sophomore sea- 
sons ... caught at 
least one pass in 
all 11 games ... 
was extremely pro- 
ductive down the 
stretch, as five of his 
seven TD catches 
came in the Terps' 
final three games 
... closed the year 
with a six-recep- 
tion, three-touch- J 
down perfor 
mancevs. Geor- 
gia Tech, tying 
a school record 
for most TD 
catches in a 
game (also 
J e r m a i n e 
Lewis vs. 
West Vir- 
ginia in 1993 
and James 
Milling vs. 
North Caro- 
lina in 
1986) ..had 

a two-touchdown game in a non-conference win over Middle 
Tennessee State ... also had a touchdown in Maryland's 
come-from-behind overtime victory over North Carolina State 
... had a personal best seven catches vs. West Virginia and 
a personal best 97 receiving yards vs. Middle Tennessee 
State his seven TD receptions are tied for fourth-most in a 
single-season in Maryland history ... became the first Terp 
since Jermaine Lewis in 1994 with as many as seven TD 
receptions in a season 

1 999 (Sophomore): Played in all 1 1 games, making three 
starts at wide receiver ... Maryland's leading receiver and 
punt returner, catching 24 passes for 257 yards and return- 
ing 35 punts for an 8.9-yard average ... 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' 1 1 games ... finished 
sixth in the ACC in punt return average ... equaled his ca- 
reer best with a 34-yard return vs. Western Carolina, when 
he had five returns for 75 yards 312 punt return yards 
were the fourth-highest season figure in Terrapin history ... 
his only kickoff return was an 84-yarder to set up a touch- 
down vs. No. 9 Georgia Tech. 

1 998 (Freshman): Played nine games on offense and spe- 
cial teams, but did not catch a pass ... team's leading punt 
returner with 12 returns for 99 yards had an 8.3-yard 
average per return ... long return of 34 yards came against 

Temple. 



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High School: Graduated from Horseheads (NY) High 
School in 1998 .. named second learn all-slate and ihe 
Star-Gazelle |Elmira, NY) co-Player of ihe Year as a senior 
in 1997 ,.. rated New York's No. 5 prospect overall 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 Io consecutive Sec 
lion 4 Class AA titles as a junior and senior ... scored eigh 
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 was born June 5, 1980 .. 
son of Brenda and Gregory Gary ... first name is pro 
nounced "Julian" ... brother, Greg, played baseball at Si 
Bonaventure ... majoring in family studies. 



Career Statistics 



Receiving GGS 
1998 90 

1 1999 11 -3 
2000 11-10 
Totals 31-13 



Rec 

24 
40 
64 



Yds 

257 
568 
825 



Avg 
00 
10.7 
142 
13.0 



TD 


7 
7 



LP 

30 
33 
33 



Punt Ret. G-GS Ret Yds 

1998 90 12 99 

1999 113 35 312 

2000 1110 13 65 
Totals 31-13 60 476 



Avg TD LP 

8.3 34 

8.9 34 

50 15 

7.9 34 



My goal for the 200 I season is: To lead ihe learn 

and the ACC in receptions 
Someday I would like Io take a trip to: The Bahamas 
The best piece of advice I ever received was: No 

mailer what you do today, tomorrow is a new day 
My favorite moment as a Terp was: The overtime win 

against NC Stale 



GRAVES 




52 



Linebacker 



6-0 ; 238 ♦ Sr-2V 
Annapolis, Md. 
(St. Mary's! 



On Graves: Fifth-year senior who enters the season as a 
backup to EJ. Henderson at the middle linebacker position 
... a tough, physical player with good instincts ... has a 
natural feel for the game ... an Iron Terp whose 415-lb. 
bench press is the third-best ever by a linebacker at 
Maryland ... originally came to Maryland as a walk- 
on 



2000 (Junior): Saw action in all 1 1 games, pr 
marily on special teams .. . notched a tola of 
eight tackles (six unassisted), four of 
which came in the final three games 
hod two each against NC State 
and Georgia Tech, respectively. 



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1 999 (Sophomore): Backup linebacker who appeared in 
seven games (no starts) ... totaled eight tackles, including a 
career-high four slops vs. Georgia Tech . also had two solo 
tackles vs. West Virginia. 

1 998 (Redshirt Freshman): Saw limited action in six games 
behind all-star linebacker Eric Barton. 

1997 (Freshman): Redshirt season. 

High School: A four-year letterman and 1997 gradute of 
St Mary's High School ... played both linebacker and de- 
fensive 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 ploy in the Metro All- 
Star game and the Maryland vs. Virginia All-Slar game. 

Personal: Monte Stuart Graves was born September 26, 
1 979 ... son of Deniece Fisher ... majoring in sociology and 
criminal justice ... first name is pronounced "mahn-TAY." 

Career Statistics 



Defense &GS UT AT 

1998 6-0 

1999 7-0 6 

2000 11-0 6 
Totals 24-0 1 2 



Int 



TT TFL Sacks 

0/0.0 0-0 0-0 0-0 

2 8/1.1 0-0 0-0 0-0 

2 8/1.1 0-0 0-0 0-0 

4 16/0.7 0-0 00 00 



Someday I would like to take a trip Io: France 
The word thai best describes me is: Determined 
My favorite moment as a Terp was: When I made o 

big hit against West Virginia and we shut them out 
My ambition after football is: To become a body 

builder 




HARRIGAN 




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5-8 ♦ 184 



St. Thomas, U.S. 
Virgin Islands 
(Charlotte Amalie) 

On Horrigan: A walk-on who joined the Terps toward the 
end of the 2000 season ... will back up at cornerback ... 
hardworking player who is one of five Maryland players 
born outside of the mainland United States. 

High School: A four-year letterwinner and 1997 graduate 
of Charlotte Amalie High School in St, Thomas, U.S. Virgin 
Islands ... played safety ... highlights include a three-inter- 
ception game and eight interceptions in his senior season. 

Personal: Richard Eursdale Harrigon was born June 14, 
1979 ... son of Dr. Ronald E. and Dr. Sandra O. Harrigan ... 
majoring in communications ... both parents are involved in 
education as his father is the vice president of student af- 
fairs at Maryland and his mother is a junior high school 
counselor ... member of the Carribean Student Association, 
Black Student Union and the Black Business Association. 



The best piece of advice I ever received was: Don't 

let anyone tell you, "You can 'I" 
The word that best describes me is: Positive 
My ambition after football is: Start my own business 



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Quarterback 

6.3 » 223 » So-IV 
Atlanta, Ga. 
(Booker T. 



On Harrison: Athletically girted quarterback with a strong 
arm who finished spring vying for the No. 2 spot on the 
depth chart ... sal out the 2000 campaign as a redshirt ... 
lone issue may be honing in his physical skills and becom- 
ing a more consistent performer ... saw brief action in four 
backup situations in 1999 before earning his first major 
college start ot No. 1 -ranked Florida State. 

2000 (Sophomore): Redshirt season ... named Maryland's 
top performing sophomore during 2000 spring drills ... com- 
pleted 7 of 10 passes for 96 yards and a 43-yard touch- 
down pass to Guilian Gary in the Red-White spring game 



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... shared snaps with JC transfer Shaun Hill during the first 
part of spring drills. 

1 999 (Freshman): Saw action in six games as a true fresh- 
man quarterback and started the Terps' last two games 
(Florida State and Virginia) ... assumed starting QB chores 
after Calvin McCall left the NC State game inured ... fin- 
ished 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: A ] 999 graduate of Booker T. Washington High 
School in Atlanta, Ga. ... one of the nation's top-rated quar- 
terbacks who passed for 2,400 yards and 27 touchdowns 
as a senior on his way to earning SuperPrep and PrepSlar 
All- America honors and honorable mention All-American rec- 
ognition 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 Atlantic 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 se- 
lected to play in the prestigious Georgia vs. Florida all-star 
game ... was 29-6 in three years as 
his high school team's starting quar- 
terback ... completed 63 of 115 
passes for 1,130 yards and 22 
touchdowns as a junior 
when he was named 
team MVP ... di- 
rected his team to 
records of 12-1 

(1997) and 10-2 

(1998) his final 
two seasons. 

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



Career Statistics 



Passing 

1999 

2000 



G-GS 
6-2 



An 
24 



Comp Int Yds 
5 3 30 

Redshirt season 



Pet 
.208 



TD 




My favorite moment as a Terp was: Starting as a 

freshman against Florida State 
My ambition after football is: To become an FBI field 

agent 
The best thing about game day at Byrd is: Walking 

from the hotel to the team house 



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C&qAtd&te 

Linebacker 

6-2 • 238 • Jr.-2V 
Aberdeen, Md. 
(Aberdeen) 



On Henderson: Honors candidate who is the ACC's third- 
leading returning tackier from 2000 ... has All-American 
skills ... combines speed, agility and knack for getting to the 
ball with a non-stop motor ... has uncanny field vision ... 
ability to change directions keeps him in plays from sideline 
to sideline a big hitter who doesn't miss many tackles ... 
moved into the starting lineup for the final two games of his 
redshirt freshman season and won the position outright en- 
tering his redshirt sophomore year ... came back strong from 
a midseason knee sprain to earn the team tackle title as a 
sophomore ... has averaged 70 tackles per game during 
his 21 -game career .. listed No. 1 on the depth chart at the 
middle linebacker spot 

2000 (Sophomore): Started all 10 games in which he ap- 
peared in... led the team and finished seventh in the ACC in 
total tackles (109) as a redshirt sophomore ranked sec- 
ond on the squad in tackles for 
loss (13) and solo tackles (70) 
... missed the Clemson game 
with a sprained knee but re- 
turned to register double-fig- 
ure tackle games in four of; 
the team's last five contests . 
totaled 55 tackles in the 
team's last four games, an 
average of 13.8 per con- 
test... recorded a Terrapin 
season-high 18 tackles in \ 
the season finale vs. Geor- 
gia Tech to capture 
the team tackle 
title by one over 
Marlon Moye- 
Moore(108)... 
had 14 tackles 
vs. Duke, 13 vs. Temple 
and NC State and 11 vs West 
Virginia and Virginia. 

1999 (Redshirt Freshman): 
Appeared in al 
games as a redshirt 
freshman... spent 
most of the year as a 
backup linebacker 
but made late-season 
starts vs. Florida State 
and Virginia 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 1 



total tackles (six solos) vs. Florida State ... ended the season 
with a seven-tackle effort vs. Virginia ... also had nine total 
tackles in Maryland's victory over North Carolina. 

1998 (Freshman): Redshirt season 

High School: A four-year letterwinner and 1998 graduate 
of Aberdeen (Md.) High School ... four-year starter who 
played on four league championship teams ... started at 
middle linebacker/running back his last three years after 
storting at outside linebacker as a freshman ... senior hon- 
ors included All-America recognition from Prep5torand hon- 
orable mention All-American {USA Today}, first team all- 
county (Aegis, Sporting Times), and first team All-Metro (Bal- 
timore Sun) accolades ... was named Harford County Male 
Athlete of the Year by the Aegis newspaper ... played on 
teams that compiled a four-year record of 36-7, winning or 
sharing county championships all four seasons and 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 touchdowns from the run- 
ning back position ... was nominated to play in the Chesa- 
peake Classic all-star game and was selected to the Ma- 
son-Dixon Shrine Classic ... an all-county (Aegis, Sporting 
Times) selection in basketball ... recruited by West Virginia, 
North Carolina State, Boston College and Rutgers ... high 
school coach was Kevin Reilly. 

Personal: Eric N. Henderson was born August 3, 1980 ... 
son of Quinette and Eric Henderson ... majoring in criminol- 
ogy and criminal justice. 



Career Statistics 



Defense G-GS UT 

999 11-2 21 

2000 10-10 70 

Totals 21-12 91 




AT TT TFL Sacks Int 

18 39/3.6 2-5 0.5-1 0-0 

39109/10.9 13-40 2.0-14 0-0 

57 148/7.0 15-45 2.5-15 0-0 



My goal for the 200 1 season is: To make first team 

AII-ACC and go to a bowl gome 
Someday I would like to take a trip to: Africa 
If I lost all of my possessions except for one, I would 

keep my: Picture of my family 
The best piece of advice I ever received was: To be 

the best, you hove to beat the best 
The word that best describes me is: Consistent 



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Linebacker 



5-11 »215*SoRS 

Riverdale, Md. 
(DeMatha) 



On Henley: One o( the most pleasant surprises of spring 
ball ... an intelligent, coachable player who will likely see 
action on special teams ... a player to watch in the future ... 
showed playmaking ability in the spring game by making 
two interceptions and returning one 48 yards for a touch- 
down for the White squad ... played just one year of orga- 
nized football before deciding to walk-on at Maryland in 
the fall of 2000 ... decided to walk-on for the Terps after 
friends at a local gym urged him to try out. 

High School: A 1999 graduate of DeMatha High School 
in Hyattsville. Md. ... played for the Slags' freshman team in 
1996 but did not play football or any other sport the re- 
mainder of his tenure as a prep ... graduated from DHS 
with honors. 

Personal: Andrew Lee Henley was born February 14, 1981, 
in Washington, D.C. ... son of Garrett and Darlene Henley 
... majoring in biology ... mother is a professor ot Howard 
University ... an honor roll student ot Maryland. 



My goal for the 200 I season is: To make a positive 

contribution to the team 
Someday I would like to take a trip to: Africa 
My ambition after football is: To go to medical school 
One word to describe Coach Friedgen: Committed 



backup .., an Iron Terp with a 400-lb. bench and 630-lb. 
squat . . . outstanding student who was a member of the ACCs 
All-Academic Football Team as a junior. 

2000 punior): A nine-game starter at defensive tackle ... 
missed two midseason games (Clemson, Wake Forest) with 
a dislocated elbow suffered in the Virginia game ... ranked 
second on the team in quarterback hurries (12) ... totaled a 
career-high 43 tackles (22 solos) ... registered a season- 
high nine stops in the opener vs. Temple ... also had eight 
tackles vs. Middle Tennessee, seven vs. Georgia Tech and 
six at North Carolina ... three sacks were a career high and 
ranked lied for fourth on the squod ... named to the ACCs 
All-Academic football learn. 

1 999 (Sophomore): Appeared in 1 games and started at 
a defensive tackle spot in the final three games of the sea- 
son ,.. 18 of his 23 tackles came in the season's final five 
games, including a career-best eight tackles at NC Slate ... 
was pressed into service as a backup center which provided 
him the rare opportunity to play on both sides of the ball ... 
ended up concentrating on defense, though, for the final 
half of the season. 

1998 (Freshman): 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: A 1998 graduate of Eleanor Roosevelt High 
School ... earned honorable mention all-county and honor- 
able mention all-league honors as a senior in 1997 ... to- 
taled 114 tackles, including 87 solos, and also had seven 
sacks, four fumble recoveries and four caused fumbles 
nominated to play in Ihe Chesa- 
peake Classic all-star game and 
the Mason-Dixon Classic 
two-way starter 
(DT/OT) as a 



senior ... his team won county and regional championships 
and lost in the stole final his junior season ... a player with 
outstanding athleticism ... made dramatic strides in just two 
seasons of ploying organized football ... was noticed on 
the basketball court by the football cooch, 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 was born November 1, 
1980 ... son of Deborah Ford and Charles Hill ... majoring 
in economics ... Maryland scholar-athlete in 2000. 

Career Statistics 



Defense GGS UT AT 



TT TFl Socb 



Int 



1998 
1999 
2000 



93 7 9 16/1.8 0-0 1-6 0-0 
10-3 11 12 23/2.3 3-6 0-0 0-0 
9-9 22 21 43/4 8 6-30 3-23 0-0 



Totals 28-15 40 42 82/2.9 9-36 4-29 0-0 



The best piece of advice I ever received was: To 

never quit 
The word that best describes me is: Determined 
If I could spend a day with anybody, it would be: 

My grandmother 
One word to describe Coach Friedgen: Confident 



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HILL 



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On Hill: Career 15-gome starter who is the most experi 
enced returnee on Maryland's defensive front and 
will be counted on heavily in his senior season 
... hos appeared in 28 games overall ... en- 
ters fall camp listed No. 1 on the depth chart 
at nose tackle ... has started 12 games 
the past two seasons ... coming off a 
career-high 43 total tackle effort as a 
junior after spending most of his fresh- 
man and sophomore campaigns as a 




Defensive Tackle 
6-2 » 292 » Sr-3tf 
Palmer Park, Md. 
(Eleanor Roosevelt) 



Parsons, Kan. 
(Parsons/ 
Hutchinson CO 

On Hill: One-year letterman quarterback who enters fall 
camp atop the depth chart ... started and ended the 2000 
season as the Terps' starting QB ... an intelligent player 
with outstanding decision-making skills ... has good size 
and accuracy ... has deceptive speed as he ran un- 
» der a 4.7 40-yard dash at player timing day during 
spring ... excelled in spring picking up the new offen- 
sive scheme. 

2000 (Junior): Finished his first season at the Division l-A 
level as the Terps' starting quarterback ... made a total of 
three starts - including the final two games of the season — 
and appeared in six games overall ... missed five full gomes 
with a sprained right shoulder suffered in the season opener 
vs. Temple ... completed 73 of 126 passes for 778 yards, 
six touchdowns and four interceptions ... also was an effec- 
tive ballcarrier, rushing for 186 gross yards (92 net yards 
after sacks were counted) and one touchdown ... highlight 
of his season was his performance Nov. 4 vs. NC State, 
when he came off the bench to replace the injured Calvin 
McCall and proceeded to direct the Terps to o thrilling 35- 
28, come-from-behind victory in double overtime ... in that 
game, completed 15 of 24 posses for 137 yards and two 
touchdowns, helping the Terps overcome o 15-point hal 



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time deficit ... scored the decisive touchdown on o 1-yard 
run in the second overtime ... earlier he scored a two-point 
conversion as the Terps closed to within 21-14 in the third 
quarter ... missed the West Virginia, Middle Tennessee, 
Florida State, Virginia and Clemson games with his shoul- 
der injury ... returned vs. Wake Forest in a reserve role ... 
was 14 of 27 for 159 yards and one touchdown vs. North 
Carolina, and passed for a career-high 318 yards and three 
touchdowns in the season finale vs Georgia Tech, 

Junior College: Attended Hutchinson CC in Hutchinson, Kan, 
... a two-year starter at quarterback who passed for 1,688 
yards as a sophomore in 1 999 ... also rushed for 370 yards 
... produced 2,058 total yards ... rated the No. 5 JC quar- 
terback in the country by SuperPrep 
... earned honorable mention All- 
Jayhawk Conference recognition . i 
led Hutchinson to an 8-3 record and 
a win over Glendale (Ariz.) 
CC in the Valley of 
the Sun Bowl i 
Glendale, Ariz. ... 
beat Glendale 
33-8, while throw 
ing for one 
touchdown 
and running for 
another three 
. . was a first team 
All-Jayhawk Conference 
choice and an honor 
able mention NJCAA 
Ail-American as a 
freshman in 1998 ... 
junior college coach 
was David Wheeler. 



Personal: Shaun Christopher Hill was born January 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 concen- 
trate on football because his size was more conducive to 
future success at QB rather than in basketball ... majoring in 
kinesiology. 

Career Statistics 

Passing G-GS Art Comp Int Yds 

2000 6-3 126 73 4 778 

Rushing G-GS Alt Net Avg. TD 

2000 6-3 44 92 2.1 1 



Pet TD LP 

.579 6 40 

LP 

23 





My goal for the 200 1 season is: To win the ACC 
The word that best describes me is: Committed 
My ambition after football is: To have an enjoyable 

job and eventually start a family 
The best thing about game day is: Competing 



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High School: A 1998 graduate of Parsons (Kan.) High 
School ... 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 hon- 
ors as a senior ... also played basketball, baseball and ran 
track ... was a three-time All-SEK first team choice in basket- 
ball 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 
set career marks for assists, steals, blocks and 3-point field 
goals ... guided Parsons to slate tournament appearances 
as a junior and senior when he was the team captain ... 
played shortstop and pitcher in baseball, and was a sec- 
ond team all-conference pick as a sophomore ... ran sprints 
(100, 200, 4x100, 4x400) in track as a junior and senior 
ond qualified for state championships in three events during 
his final year ... prep football coach was Charles Nally, 



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Strong Safety 

6-1 « 209 » Sr-3tf 
Ellicott City, Md. 
(Wilde Lake) 



On Jackson: Honors candidate and anchor of Maryland's 
defensive secondary unit who enters his final collegiate sea- 
son versatile athlete who can play either safety position 
but will enter 2001 atop the depth chart at strong safety ... 
smart player with a knack for getting to the ball ... has to- 
taled 130 tackles and three interceptions in his career ... 
has made 13 starts in his 29-game career ... an Iron Terp 
whose 555-lb. squat is the third best in school history ... 
vying for duties as the long snapper ... also plays baseball 
for the Terps when there aren't conflicts with football. 

2000 (Redshirt Junior): Played in all 11 games, starting 10 
... an honorable mention All-ACC selection at strong safety 
after leading the Terps in solo tackles (71) and finishing third 
on the squad in total tackles ( 101 ) ... played a virtually in- 
jury-free season for the first time in his collegiate career ... 
averaged 13 5 tackles per game during a four-game stretch 
in mid-season, including career bests of 1 6 stops vs. Clemson 
and Duke ... had a career-high 12 total tackles in his 16- 
tackle effort vs. Clemson, ranked in the top 10 at the time ... 
also had 12 tackles vs. Virginia and 10 stops vs. Wake For- 
est ... forced two fumbles and recovered another during the 
season 



1 999 (Junior): Opening-game starter at strong safety who 
missed the remaining 1 games after suffering a broken left 
ankle vs. Temple ... recorded five tackles in the opener be- 
fore suffering the injury ... was granted a medical hardship 
waiver ... batted 353 with a pair of doubles and no errors 
while playing 20 games in the outfield. 

1 998 (Sophomore): Started two games and played in 
seven as a true sophomore ... 
suffered a sprained knee at 
Clemson which forced him 
to miss four games ... fin- 
hed the season with 14 
tackles and one TFL ... 
started season opener 
at free safety, and 
Clemson game at 
strong safety ... ca- 
reer-high six tackles in 
opening game vs. 
James Madison, four 
vs. Clemson 
Maryland's primary 
punt returner before 
the injury ... 13 punt 
returns for 50 
yards. 




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1997 (Fresh- 
man): Ap- 
peared in 10 
games and totaled 10 
tackles as a true fresh- 
man ... had a pair of in- 
terceptions, recording 
pickoffs vs. Florida State 
and Wake Forest ... also re- 
turned 12 punts for 43 yards 
(3.6 average) ... stellar spring 
camp included team-leading 
eight interceptions. 

High School: A 1997 gradu- 
ate of Wilde Lake High 
School ... 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 Wash- 
ington Post ... selected as the co-Player of the Year in the 
state by the Maryland 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 sopho- 
more ... 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-Mel 
selection as a senior. 

Personal: Anthony Lawrence Jackson was born May 19, 
1979 ... son of Vernelte and Richard Jackson ... majoring in 
criminology and criminal justice ... was drafted in the 32nd 
round of the 1997 major league baseball draft by the Cleve- 
land Indians . , , named a Maryland scholar-athlete in 2000. 



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Career Statistics 



Defense G-GS UT AT TT TFL Sacks Inl 

1997 100 9 1 10/1.0 0-0 0.0-0 2-4 

1998 72 10 4 U/2.0 1-2 00-0 0-0 

1999 11 3 2 5/5.0 0-0 0.0-0 00 

2000 11-10 71 30 101/9.2 4-22 0.0-0 10 
Totals 2913 93 37 130/4 5 5-24 0.O0 3-5 



I 



Punl Ret. G-GS Ret Yds 



1997 
1998 
1999 
2000 



10-0 
7-2 

1-1 

11 10 



12 
13 





43 

50 







Totols 29-13 25 93 



Avg 
3.6 
3.9 
0.0 
0.0 
3.7 



TO 









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15 
16 


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My goal for the 200 1 season is: To make first team 
AII-ACC and make the academic team 

Someday I would like to take a trip to: The Bahamas 

Toughest player I faced in 2000 was: NC Slate's 
Koren Robinson 

My favorite moment as a Terp was: When I had / 6 
tackles at Clemson 



JAMES 




80 



1 999 (Sophomore): Backup light end who made Ihe most 
of his playing lime, 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 ac- 
tion on special teams. 

1998 (Redshirt Freshman): Saw action in 10 games ... 
started against Virginia in a double tight end formation ... 
did not catch a pass. 

1 997 (Freshman): Redshirt season. 

High School: Graduated from Anacostia High School in 
1997 ... was named to George Michael's Golden 11 all- 
star team as a senior after catching 71 passes for 1,324 
yards and 19 touchdowns ... was a first team All-Mel selec- 
tion ... was rated Ihe 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 was born April 25, 1978 ... 
son of Brenda and Russell James ... majoring in criminology 
and criminal justice. 

Career Statistics 



... coptured firsl team All-Space Coast and first team All- 
Brevard County honors ... selected to the East-West Central 
Florida All-Star team ... nominated for the North-South Florida 
all-star gome ... three-year starter who totaled 63 tackles as 
a junior and 52 as a sophomore. 

Personal: Kenneth Oliver Jerry was born March 4, 1981 ... 
son of Lou Simpson . . majoring in letters and sciences. 



My goal for the 200 1 season is: To continue to get 

bigger and stronger 
The best piece of advice I ever received was: Al 

ways look on the positive side of things 
The word that best describes me is: Hard worker 
The best thing about game day is: Seeing oil the fans 

coming to support you and the team 




Receiving GGS Rec Yds Avg TD 



LP 



1998 91 

1999 11-2 6 71 

2000 11-1 6 72 
Totals 31-4 12 143 



0.0 

11.8 3 28 
12.0 17 

11.9 3 28 



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263 • Sr.-3V 
Washington, D.C. 
(Anacostia) 



On James: Senior tight end who wi 
vie with sophomore Jeff Dugan 
and senior Matt Murphy for the 
starting position ... should com- 
pete for significant ploying time 
ond will see extensive use as the 
second tight end in the two 
TE set . . . work ethic paid 
off in the spring has 
good hands. 

2000 (Junior): Appeared 
in all 1 1 games as a redshirt 
| junior ... caught six passes for 
72 yards ... recorded a season- 
high three catches (for 42 yards 
vs. Wake Forest ... five of hi 
six receptions came in the 
second half of the sea- 
son ... made his ^4 
fourth career start ^B 
when he openec 
up in a double- 
tight end forma- 
tion (with Jeff 
Dugan) in 
the Duke 
gome 



Someday I would like to take a trip to: Egypt 

The best piece of advice I ever received was: To be 

accountable for yourself 
The word that best describes me is: Unpredictable 
If I could spend a day with anybody, it would be: 

Michael Jordan 





32 



Linebacker 



6.1*217*So..1W 

Clinton, Md. 
(friendly) 



Linebacker 



211 



Melbourne, Fla. 
fEau fiallie) 

On Jerry: Second-year player who showed signs of improve- 
ment in the off-season ... picked up the new system well as 
spring ball progressed ... needs added size and strength to 
challenge at linebacker. 



2000 (Freshman): Redshirt season 



High School: A 2000 graduate of Eau 

Gallie High School in Melbourne, Fla. 

. as a senior, led his team in tackles (99) 

and was named team most valuable player 



On Joe: Redshirt sophomore who will contend for playing 
time at the weakside linebacker position ... a multi-talented 
player who got reps with the first team defense in spring 
due to an injury to Reggie Lewis ... an Iron Terp who is the 
strongest linebacker on this year's team and posted the sec- 
ond-highest strength index ever by a Terp linebacker (753) 
. posted a 435-lb. bench, a 40-inch 
vertical jump and a 4,43 40-yard 
dash in the spring ... showed 
flashes of his potential as a 
redshirt freshman while play- 
g in a reserve role and con- 
tributing on special teams 

2000 (Redshirt Fresh- 
man): Appeared in all 
'1 games as a 
redshirt freshman, 
seeing his most 
extensive action 
on special teams 
also backed up at 
an inside linebacker spot 
.. totaled 31 tackles on 
the season ... had a 55- 
yard fumble return for 
a touchdown against 
West Virginia ... totaled 
25 tackles in one three- 
game stretch, registering 
a career-high 12 total tack- 
les al No. 5 Clemson, 
seven at Virginia ond 
six vs. Florida State. 




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1999 (Freshman): Redshirl season. 

High School: A 1999 graduate of Friendly High School in 
Fori Washington, Md ... played both outside and inside 
linebacker as a senior, recording 165 total tackles (88 so- 
los) and 10 sacks ... as a fullback, he averaged 10 yards 
per carry in limited carries ... he scored four touchdowns, 
including a 95-yard TD run in the state semifinals ... helped 
spearhead Friendly to the county's first Maryland state title 
in 10 years ... FHS went 13-0, won the 3A state champion- 
ship and finished the season with a final ranking of No. 3 
by the Washington Post ... an all-region selection by 
SuperPrep ... was an all-region choice by PrepStar ... rated 
the No 3 linebacker in the state by recruiting analyst Tom 
Lemming entering his senior year ... was a first team all- 
county selection as a junior when he played strictly outside 
linebacker ... Friendly went 10-2 and advanced to the state 
semifinals ... also an outstanding sprinter on the track team. 

Personal: Leon Maurice Joe was born October 26, 1981 
.... son of Clarence Joe and Leslie Bishop-Joe ... majoring in 
criminal justice. 



Career Statistics 



High School: A 1999 graduate of Harding High School in 
Marion, Ohio ... was named the Defensive Lineman of the 
Year by the North Central Ohio Football Coaches Associa- 
tion and Defensive Player of the Year in the Ohio Heart- 
land 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 Associ- 
ated Press ... was selected to play in the North-South All- 
Star game and was nominated for the Big 33 All-Stargame 
(Ohio vs. Pennsylvania) ... helped his team to a league cham- 
pionship, a state regional runner-up showing and a final 
record of 10-2 in 1998 ... as a junior in 1997, he was ac- 
corded 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, 
1 1 7 assists, five sacks, six tackles for losses, five pass break- 
ups, three caused fumbles and two interceptions during his 
career ... a two-year starter on the basketball team. 

Personal: London Quitman Jones was born March 31, 1981 
.... son of Luther Jones and Lesslee Keuchler ... majoring in 
family studies. 



JONES 




Defense G-GS 
2000 11-0 



UT 

17 



AT 

14 



TT 



31/2.1 



TFL 

0-0 



Sacks 

0-0 



Int 

0-0 



Career Statistics 



If I lost all of my possessions except for one, I would 
keep my: Bible 

The best piece of advice I ever received was: Be- 
lieve you're the best 

The word that best describes me is: Determined 

The best thing about game day is: Getting into a 
mindset that allows nothing else to matter except 
the game 



Defense G-GS UT AT 
2000 7-2 8 4 



TT TFL Sacks Int 
12/1.7 2-6 0.0-0 0-0 



JONES 




99 



The best piece of advice I ever received was: Livelife 

to the fullest 
My ideal pre-game ritual is: To sit by myself and go 

over the song "Iron Man" in my head 
One word to describe Coach Friedgen: Guts 



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

On Jones: Senior safety and former quarterback who has 
been a regular contributor on defense the past two seasons 
... goes into 2001 atop the depth chart at the free safety 
spot ... ran a 4.48 40-yard dash in spring testing ... 
quarterbacking experience will help as the free safety is 
responsible for checks and adjustments for the secondary 
... won starting QB duties as a true freshman ... relinquished 
the position lo 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 open- 
ing snap at Clemson in 1998 ... athletically-gifted athlete 
who ran the ball effectively at quarterback and who learned 
rapidly in the secondary as a sophomore and junior ... came 
to Maryland originally as a free safety and should estab- 
lish a strong presence defensively in his final season ... wore 
|ersey No 38 when he arrived on campus in 1998, and 
switched to No. 1 when he moved to quarterback be- 
gan wearing No. 12 in 1999. 

2000 (Junior): Appeared in all 11 gomes, making three 
starts at nickel back ... starts came vs Middle Tennessee, 
Florida State and Clemson ... posted season totals of 41 
tackles, one sack and one interception ... his interception 
was a 90-yarder for a touchdown vs. Wake Forest, the long- 
est interception return for a TD by a Terp in 1 1 seasons ... 
recorded a career-high 10 tackles (eight solos) vs. Florida 
State also had eight tackles vs. Clemson and seven (all 
solos) at Virginia. 

1999 (Sophomore): Former starting quarterback who 
moved back to the secondary immediately following the 
season opener ... returned to the QB position for the sea- 
son finale vs. Virginia and nearly led Maryland to a dra- 
matic upset and bowl bid ... in between the opener and 
season finale, when he went into each game as the No. 2 
QB, he 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 in- 
jured 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 lo 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 Ihe lead late in 
the gome before foiling 34-30 in the game's final minute 

1 998 (Freshman): Started four of the 10 games in which he 
played at quarterback as a true frosh 44 for 98 passing 
for 567 yards and three touchdowns . . fourth-leading rusher 
with 230 yards on 77 carries ... 75-yard touchdown scam- 
per vs. Duke was Maryland's longest run from scrimmage all 
season had a 40-yard TD run vs. Georgia Tech, in Balti- 

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6-fl . 256 . So-IV 

Marion, Ohio 
(Haiding) 

On Jones: Third-year player who has been moved to defen- 
sive tackle after spending last year at nose tackle ... a skilled 
player who simply needs to get physically stronger ... has 
solid pass rushing skills. 

2000 (Redshirt Freshman): Saw action in seven games, 
starting two ... drew the starting assignment against Clemson 
and Wake Forest before spraining his left foot and missing 
the remainder of the season ... finished the year with 12 
tackles (two for loss) and three quarterback hurries ... best 
gome came at Clemson when he posted seven tackles (two 
unassisted), one for a four-yard loss. 

1999 (Freshman): Redshirt season. 




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more first start came al Clemson .. started four straight 
games before coming 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 Maryland scoring drives 
vs. Florida State ... longest pass was a 56-yard completion 
to fullback Matt Kalapinski who was taken down al 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 ex- 
cept at Virginia 
,.. caught a 
15-yard pass 
from LaMont 
Jordan vs 
Temple 



Prep School: A 
tended the US 
Naval Academy 
Prep School in 
Rhode Island in 
the fall of 1997 
... broke the 
school record 
for rushing touch- 
downs by a quar- 
terback ... was a 
team co-captain. 

High School: A 
1997 gradu- 
ate of Gov. Thomas Johnson High School ... was a two-time 
all-state free safety at Gov. Thomas Johnson High ... was a 
preseason All-American prior to his senior season by Street 
& Smith's ... led his high school team in interceptions for 
Ihree 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-Central Mary- 
land Conference selection at QB and free safety ... led his 
team with 123 total tackles as a senior ... Gov. Johnson 
reached the state semis his junior and senior seasons and 
the quarterfinals his sophomore year ... also ployed basket- 
ball in high school (where he was a teammate of former 
Terp basketball player Terence Morris], helping his team to 
a state 3A championship ... was a state high school cham- 
pion as a senior in the 110 hurdles. 

Personal: Randall Demetrius Jones was born April 20, 1979 
... son of Karen and Randy Jones ... majoring in communi- 
cations ... first name is pronounced "ran-DELL 

Career Statistics 



Defense G-GS 


UT 


AT 


TT 


TFl 


Sacks 


Int 


1999 10-2 


14 


13 


r'2.7 


00 


O.OO 


00 


2000 11-3 


31 


10 




1-8 


1.08 


1-90 


Totals 21-5 


45 


23 


68/3.2 


1-8 


1.08 


1-90 



Passing GGS Art Comp 

1998 10-4 98 44 

1999 10-2 9 4 
Totals 206 107 48 

Rushing GGS Art Net 

1998 10-4 77 230 

1999 10-2 10 41 
Totals 206 87 271 



Int Yds Pet TD IP 

4 567 449 3 56 

60 444 1 20 

4 627 448 4 56 

Avg. TD IP 

3.0 3 75 
41 17 

3.1 3 75 



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 Chonguris 

Personal: Christopher Alon Kelley was born November 1 8, 
1981 ... son of Teresa and John Kelley ... college major is 
letters and sciences. 




My goal for the 200 I season is: To win o major 
bowl game and make All-ACC at safety 

If I lost all of my possessions except for one, I would 
keep my: Bible 

My favorite moment as a Terp was: Defeating NC 
State 

Person I most admire is: My father for my brother j 



Someday I would like to take a trip to: China 

If I lost all of my possessions except for one, I would 

keep my: Set of golf clubs 
The word that best describes me is: Worker 
My ideal pre-game ritual is: Listening to music all day 

long 
One word to describe Coach Friedgen: Understanding 




KELLEY 



KEMP 




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Germantown, Md. 
(Seneca Valley) 

On Kelley: A talented, heralded redshirt freshman who - 
by all accounts - has recovered from a torn anterior cruci- 
ate ligament in his left knee suffered in a high school all-star 
game prior to the start of his true freshman season ... de- 
spite having only practiced the 1 5 outings of this past spring 
at the collegiate level, he made some noise with his strong 
arm and competitive play ... enters 2001 challenging Latrez 
Harrison for the backup quarterback job ... a playmaker 
who will likely be a player to watch as he matures os a 
college quarterback ... was one of the Terps' high-profile 
recruits in the 2000 signing class after leading his high school 
team to a 26-0 record. 

2000 (Freshman): Redshirt season ... tore the anterior cruci- 
ate ligament in his left knee in the Super 44 All-Star game in 
the summer of 2000 underwent corrective surgery. 

High School: Graduated in 2000 from Seneca Valley High 
School in Germantown, Md. ... highly decorated signal-caller 
who was rated among the top prep quarterbacks in the 
country ... was named Maryland state player of the year by 
USA Today and the offensive ployer of the year in Mary- 
land by the Associated Press ... a two-time consensus all- 
state quarterback ... Seneca Valley was 26-0 with him os 
the starting quarterback and 39-0 with him somewhere in 
the starting lineup ... earned All-America honors from 
SuperPrep, PrepStarand by Max Emfinger ... was rated the 
No. 1 QB in the Atlantic region by PrepStar ... was nomed 
the All-Met Offensive Player of the Yeor by the Washington 
Post ... he was responsible for 95 touchdowns in his two 
seasons as starting quarterback ... as a senior in 1999, he 



Offensive Guard 
64 » 332 » Fr-RS 

Hyattsville, Md. 
(Northwestern) 

On Kemp: Redshirt freshman who opens fall drills as a 
backup at the left guard spot ... spent most of the 2000 
season rehabilitating an injured right shoulder ... injury was 
a shoulder separation that he had surgically repaired last 
September 

2000 (Freshman): Redshirt season. 

High School: A 2000 graduate of Northwestern High 
School in Hyattsville, Md. ... named an All-American by 
PrepStar and All-Mid-Atlantic by SuperPrep ... o 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 se- 
nior ... high school coach was Ed Shields. 

Personal: Reginald Anthony Kemp II was born November 
11, 1982 ... son of Terry and Reginald Kemp... majoring in 
letters and sciences. 



Someday I would like to take a trip to: Africa 

My favorite moment as a Terp was: Putting on my 

jersey for my first gome 
My ideal pre-game ritual is: Listening to my game 

day music and visualizing 
If I could spend a day with anybody, it would be: 

Orlando Pace 
My ambition alter football is: To be a high school 

history teacher 



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Rushing 


G-GS 


Alt 


Net 


Avg. 


TD 


LP 


1999 


6-0 


3 


11 


3.7 





11 


2000 


5-0 








0.0 








Career 


11-0 


3 


11 


3.7 





11 



The best piece of advice I ever received was: Be yourself 
My favorite moment as a Terp was: The NC State 

game in 2000 
My ideal pre-game meal is: Pasta 
If I could spend the day with anybody, it would be: 

My Aunt Jane 



256 . Jr-SQ 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 
(Fox Chapel) 

On Killian: A fourth-year junior who will challenge - along 
with James Lynch and Bernie Fiddler - to replace the de- 
parted Matt Kalapinski ... the strongest back and one of 
the strongest players on the team pound-for-pound ... has 
added 24 pounds since the start of last year and has ideal 
fullback size ... has good hands and a strong work ethic. 



2000 (Sophomore): Saw action 
in five games ... played prima- 
rily on special teams. 



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



LEWIS 






Linebacker 




High School: A 1998 graduate of Fc 
Chapel High School ... earned third 
team all-state honors and USA To- 
day honorable mention All- 
America recognition as a se- 
nior in 1997 after rushing for 
1,436 yards and scoring 28 
touchdowns ... was also a first 
learn All-Quad A East choice 
and was selected to the Fabulou 
22 team by the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette helped his team to 
a 1 0-2 record and a berth in the semifinals of the postseason 
playoffs ... also played linebacker at FCHS ... earned first 
team all-conference honors as a junior ... led his team in rush- 
ing as a sophomore ... high school coach was Joe Naunchuk. 

Personal: Chadwick Joseph Killian was born March 5, 1980 
... son of Bonnie and Paul Killian ... his father played col- 
lege 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 Washing- 
ton, D.C. ... majoring in family studies. 

Career Statistics 



6-0 ♦ 233 ♦ Sr-2tf 
Chicago, III. 
(CaruerL 



On Lewis: Fifth-year junior who will challenge for a start- 
ing position at the weakside linebacker position did not 
participate in full-contact drills during spring as he was 
recovering from surgery ... surgery was to repair a dis- 
located right shoulder ... bears good all-around skills 
and moves well to the football ... clocked in with a 
4 68 40-yard dash in the spring. 

2000 (Junior): Saw action in seven games ... made 
three tackles with two coming at Duke ... missed the first 
four games of '00 with an injury. 

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

1 998 (Redshirt Freshman): Saw brief action in eight games, 
but did not letter 

997 (Freshman): 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 sacks as a senior ... registered 104 
tackles and 10 fumble recoveries his senior season ... aver- 
aged 10 points and 12 rebounds for his basketball team. 

Personal: Reginald Kareem Lewis was born August 2, 1 979 
... son of Rosemary Lewis ... majoring in family studies. 

Career Statistics 



Defense &GS UT AT 

1998 8-0 

1999 6-0 6 5 

2000 7-0 3 



TT TFL Sacks Int 

0/0.0 0-0 0-0 0-0 

11/1.8 1-6 1-6 0-0 

3/0.4 0-0 0-0 0-0 



Totals 



21-0 



8 14/0.7 



1-6 0-0 



Toughest player I faced in 2000 was: Clemson s 
Woodrow Danlzler 

My ambition after football is: To travel and help un- 
fortunate youth 

One word to describe Coach Friedgen: Real 



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LITTLES 




Strong Safety 



204 • Sr.-3V 



Gainesville, Fla. 
(Gainesville) 



On Littles: Strong, hard-hitting senior expected to compete 
at strong safety, where he is listed second on the depth 
chart behind senior Tony Jackson ... plays at a high energy 
level ... regular contributor who has not missed a game in 
the past three seasons has made 11 starts in 33 appear- 
ances ... has totaled 149 tackles (4.5 average) during his 
career ... has had at least one tackle in 22 consecutive 
games ... excels when playing close to the line of scrim- 
mage ... an Iron Terp whose 390-lb bench is the best ever 
by a defensive back at Maryland. 

2000 (Junior): Appeared in all 11 games and made one 
start (at strong safety vs. West Virginia) ... finished eighth 
on the squad in total tackles (44) ... posted a season-high 
eight tackles (all unassisted) in a win vs. Wake Forest ... 
also had six stops against West Virginia 

1999 (Sophomore): Played in all 11 games as a sopho- 
more, starting in nine at strong safety ... leading secondary 
tackier with 84 stops, including one tackle behind the line 
of scrimmage ... regular contributor in all 11 games ... took 
over starting duties after Tony Jackson's broken 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 Forest and 10 vs. Virginia. 

1 998 (Freshman): Played in all 1 1 games as a true fresh- 
man ... started vs. Wake Forest ... finished with 21 tackles 
... had a season-high eight tackles vs. Wake Forest ... 
notched five vs. Georgia Tech. 

High School: A 1998 graduate of 
Gainesville (Fla.) High School ... cap- 
tured Gainesville Sun Defensive Player 
of the Year honors as a senior ... 
also named all-state, all-dis- 
trict and all-area in ad- 
dition to pulling 
down team MVP 
honors ... totaled 82 
tackles and fou 
interceptions 
while playing 
outside line- 
backer and 
safety... on of- 
fense, he to- 
taled 512 yards ^^ 
.as a junior, he V 
earned all-area 
and second team 
all-state recogni 
tion... participated 




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relay team to a second place stale finish in 1997 ... high _ %#BI4fcU 
school coach was Ed James. Ll |V^#MI 



Personal: Rodrick Jason Littles was born December 29, 1 979 
... son of Sylvia and Joe Littles ... mapring in family studies. 

Career Statistics 

Defense G-GS UT AT 17 TFL Sacks Int 

1998 111 13 8 21/1.9 00 0.0-0 0-0 

1999 11-9 49 35 84/7,6 1-1 0.0-0 2-0 

2000 111 28 16 44/40 1-9 0.0-0 0-0 
Totols 33-11 90 59 149/4.5 2-10 O.OO 2-0 



My goal for the 200 I season is: To start every game 

at strong safely 
My favorite moment as a Terp was: The victory over 

NC State 
Toughest player I faced in 2000 was: NC Stale's 

Koren Robinson 
One word to describe Coach Friedgen: Detailed 



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Offensive Tackle 
66 ! 301 : Fr.-RS 
Baltimore, Md. 
(Calvert Hall) 



On Lombardo: A redshirt offensive tackle who has worked 
his way into competing for the left tackle position ... had an 
outstanding spring ... put on 21 pounds of muscle over the 
course of the last year ... is one of two freshmen - along 
with wide receiver Steve Suter - to earn Iron Terp distinc- 
tion ... strength index of 655 is fourth highest among offen- 
sive linemen and includes a 640-lb. squat. 

2000 (Freshman): Redshirt season. 

High School: A 2000 graduate of Calvert Hall College 
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 PrepSlar ... named first team All-Balti- 
more City/County by the Baltimore Sun ... high school coach 
was Jay Robinson. 

Personal: Louis Breschi Lombardo was born May 19, 1982 
... son of Maria and Santo Lombardo ... majoring in letters 
and sciences. 



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The best piece of advice I ever received was: No 

matter what happens, never quit! 
My favorite moment as a Terp was: Beating NC State 

in double overtime 
Person I most admire is: My Grandmother, "Metela 

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Fullback 



5-11 «261 .So-IV 
Washington, D.C. 
(Dunbar) 



On Lynch: One-year letterman fullback who will contend 
for the starling position vacated by four-year starter Matt 
Kalapinski ... drew a challenge in the spring from Bernie 
Fiddler and Chad Killian a big, strong back with good 
hands is a good runner for a player his size (261 pounds) 
... should be an integral part of a young backfield corps. 

2000 (Freshman): Backed up veteran fullback Matt 
Kalapinski as a true freshman, appearing in eight games ... 
rushed four times for six yards and caught a pair of posses, 
including one for a touchdown in Maryland's double-over- 
time victory over NC State. 

High School: A 2000 graduate of 
Dunbar High School in Washington, 
DC. ... was an honorable mention 
All-American as a senior in 1999 j 
by USA Today ... also was selected \ 
first team All-Met by the 
Washington Post and 
the Pigskin Club ... 
earned first team 
All-DCIAA recogni- ^ 

tion ... was named 
the Washington, 
D.C. Gotorade 
Player of the 
Year ... earned > 
all-regional cita- 
tions by SuperPrep and 
PrepSlar magazines ... as a 
fullback in 1999, he rushed 
for 1,435 yards and scored 
21 touchdowns ... as a line- 
backer, he totaled 98 | 
tackles and had two inter- 
ceptions and caused four 
fumbles ... helped Dunbar 
to back-to-back city cham- 
pionships as a junior and senior ,., rushed for 1,220 yards 
and 11 touchdowns in 1998 ...high school coach was Craig 
Jefferies. 

Personal: James Jerome Lynch was born June 17, 1982 ... 
son of Brenda Lynch ... college major is letters and sciences. 



Career Statistics 



Rushing 
2000 



GGS 
8-0 



Att 
4 



Net Avg. TD 
6 1.5 



IP 

4 



Receiving G-GS Rec Yds Avg TD LP 

2000 8-0 2 -4 -20 1 2 



My goal for the 200 1 season is: To help out my 

team where I am needed 
Someday I would like to take a trip to: Hawaii 
My favorite moment as a Terp was: Winning the NC 

Slate game in double overtime 
One word to describe Coach Friedgen: Perfectionist 



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Center 



6-2 » 296 ♦ So-SQ 

Olney, Md. 
(Good Counsel) 




On Miller: Sophomore center who will serve as honors 
candidate Melvin Fowler's backup in 2001 ... added 12 
pounds in the off-season ... is one of the strongest Terps as 
his bench (410) and clean (330) are both tops among of- 
fensive linemen ... on Iron Terp. 

2000 (Redshirt Freshman): Saw action in two games in 
reserve, playing against Middle Tennessee and Wake For- 
est. 

1 999 (Freshman): Redshirt season. 

High School: A four-year letterwinner ond 1999 
graduate of Good Counsel High School in the metro 
D.C. area where he teamed with Maryland team- 
mate Tosin Abari ... played tackle and handled 
his team's kicking duties ... helped GCHS to a 
24-6 record in his final three seasons, first team 
all-private schools selection by the Olney Ga- 
zette team captain ... played in WCAC All- 
Stor Game at RFK Stadium ... posted 90 tackles as 
a senior, including eight sacks ... was 36-of-38 on extra- 
point attempts and had a 44-yard field goal ... also com- 
peted in track as a senior, where he recorded a 50-1 shotput 
effort and threw the discus 137-5. 

Personal: Brandon Charles Miller was born January 20, 
1981 ... son of John Miller and Catherine Garofolo ... 
majoring in economics ... a 1999 Maryland scholar-ath- 
lete. 



Someday I would like to lake a trip to: Spain 

The best advice I've ever received is: There ore good | 

days and bad days, make the best of them all 
If I could change one thing in the world, it would be: 

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Abington, Md. 
(John Carroll) 



On Monroe: Athletic, speedy receiver with good size who 
will contend for a starting position again in 2001 ... a 
"big-play" type receiver with outstanding potential and the 
ability to stretch a defense ... could be a standout player 
with improved strength and quickness ... also used as a 
kickoff returner ... has played in 21 games in his career ... 
17 career receptions. 

2000 (Sophomore): Appeared in all 11 games while mak- 
ing 10 starts at the wide receiver position ... finished tied 
for sixth on the team in receptions (14) ... averaged 12 8 
yards per catch had three catches each vs. West Vir- 
ginia and Georgia Tech ... season-high 65 receiving yards 
in opener vs. Temple . 
one of the Terps' pri- 
mary kickoff returners 
who had 10 returns for 
145 yards. 

1999 (Freshman) 
Played in 10 of 
games as a true 
freshman ... three 
catches for 80 
yards including a 
72-yard TD on 
his first major 
college recep- 
tion, against 
Western Carolina ... it was 
Maryland's second-longest pass 
play of the year ... three kickoff 
returns for 48 yards ... one of ] 
three true freshmen lo earn a let- 
ter. 

High School: A four-year letterman 
and 1998 graduate of John Carroll 
High School in Bel Air, Md., where 
he was a standout tailback ... was 
four-year starter and two-year captain 
earned All-America honors from PrepSlar 
... also was an honorable mention prep 
All-American by USA Today ... rushed for 
1,000 yards as a junior and senior ... start- 
ing tailback in Baltimore TD Club All-Star 
Game where he ran for 2 1 4 yards and two touchdowns on 
19 carries ... also played a strong corner on defense dur- 
ing his junior and senior seasons, collecting 77 solo tack- 
les, 34 assists and five interceptions ... returned three picks 
for touchdowns ... all-state defensive back as a senior ... 
featured in PrepSlar Magazine in August 1998 ... called a 
"quiet leader high school coach Bill Mackley ... helped 



team to 8-2 records and conference runner-up finishes in 
each of final two seasons ... Baltimore Sun All-Metro first 
team as a senior, second team as a junior ... earned 
All-Harford County honors three straight seasons ... was 
twice an All-MIAA pick ... member of the Baltimore TD Club's 
Super 22 and the Big 33 Sporting Times first team as a 
junior and senior ... career statistics include 478 carries for 
3,558 yards ... 74-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 was an all-league standout in base- 
ball ... honor roll student. 

Personal: Hun Warren Monroe was born April 11, 1981 ... 
son of LaVerne and Hun Monroe, Sr. ... majoring in commu- 
nications. 

Career Statistics 



Receiving G-GS Rec Yds 

1999 10-0 3 80 

2000 11-10 14 179 
Totals 21-10 17 259 

Kickoff Ret.GGS Ret Yds 

1999 10-0 3 48 

2000 11-10 10 145 
Totals 21-10 13 193 



Avg TD LP 

26.7 1 72 
12 8 51 
15.2 1 72 

Avg TD LP 

16 27 

14 5 20 

14.8 27 



Someday I would like to take a trip to: Costa Rica 
Toughest player I faced in 2000 was: Aaron Thomp- 
son in practice 
Person I most admire is: My father 
One word to describe Coach Friedgen: Tough 
The best thing about game day is: Punning out of the 
locker room and onto the field 




Brandywine, Md. 
(Potomac) 

On Moore: Veteran linebacker who has totaled 
247 tackles in his career, including 238 in the 
past two seasons ... atop the depth chart at 
the weakside linebacker position ... aiming 
for a third consecutive season with at least 
100 tackles ,., has averaged 7.5 stops per 
' game over the course of his career and 10 8 
tackles per game over the past two seasons 
... could move into the top 10 of Maryland's all-time tackle 
chart with another 100-lackle season. 

2000 (Junior): An 1 1 -game starter who posted more than 
100 tackles for the second consecutive season, finishing 
with 108 ... ranked second on the team in total tackles, one 
behind fellow linebacker EJ Henderson (109) ... reached 



double figures in tackles seven times, including 14-tackle 
efforts vs Florida State and Georgia Tech ... also had 12 
tackles vs. Temple, 1 1 vs. Clemson and 1 each vs. Wake 
Forest and Duke ... averaged 13 .0 tackles per game against 
nationally ranked foes (Florida State, Clemson, Georgia 
Tech) . 

1999 (Sophomore): Started all 11 games and earned 
honorable mention AII-ACC honors ... team's leading tack- 
ier, averaging 11.8 per game second in the ACC ... also 
had five tackles for loss (-27 yards) and three sacks (-23 
yards) .. . recorded three pass breakups and a forced fumble 
nine games with double-digit tackles including career- 
best 16 vs. Clemson, and games with 15 tackles against 
Western Carolina and Woke Forest ... 51-yard interception 
return forTD staked Terps to 10-0 lead against North Caro- 
lina. 

1998 (Freshman): Saw action in all 11 games while re- 
cording nine tackles ... had season-high two tackles against 
North Carolina and Duke, respectively. 

High School: A 1998 graduate of Potomac (Md.) High 
School ... earned second-team All-Met (Washington Post) 
recognition and first team All-Prince Georges County hon- 
ors as a senior linebacker ...a multi-purpose 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), in- 
cluding 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 finished 1 1 -2 and reached the state cham- 
pionship game ... also lettered in basketball and track and 
field ... was recruited by Florida, North Carolina, North 
Carolina State, Syracuse and Michigan State ... high school 
coach was Eric Knight. 

Personal: Marlon Ashely Moye-Moore was born June 11, 
1980 ... son of Mane 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 66 130/11.8 5-27 3-23 1-51 

2000 11-11 68 40 108/9.8 5-15 2-10 0-0 
Totals 33-22 134 1 13 247/7.5 10-42 5-33 1-51 



My goal for the 200 1 season is: To win a major bowl 

gome 
Someday I would like to take a trip to: Hawaii 
If I lost all my possessions except one, I would keep 

my: Education 
The word that best describes me: leader 



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6-5 » 261 » Sr-3U 
New Haven, Mich. 
(New Havenl 



On Murphy: Senior who could become a factor in his final 
collegiate season ... should benefit from a full off-season of 
knowing he will play tight end . . has shifted between tight 
end and defensive line the past two seasons ... has good 
hands and speed (4.76 40-yard dash) ... is the second stron- 
gest tight end in school history with a 674 strength index ... 
also has a 35-inch vertical jump 
... listed as a co-No. I on the 
depth chart heading into the sea- 
son along with Jeff Dugan and 
Eric James (starting tight 
end will depend mostly 
on offensive forma- 
Hon|. 



2000 [Junior): Saw action both on the 
defensive line and at tight end dur- 
ing his junior campaign ... appeared 
in all 1 1 games, making one start at 

I defensive end (Virginia) ... moved 
back to his normal tight end posi- 
tion for the latter portion of the sea- 

J son did not have any receptions 
had two assisted tackles ... missed 

' spring practice due to surgery on both 

■ shoulders. 

1999 (Sophomore): Shifted from 

. tight end to defensive end early in 
the season ... first saw action in game two vs. Western 
Carolina ... had one tackle agoinst West Virginio and an- 

: other vs. North Carolina. 

1998 (Redshirt Freshman): Played in six straight games to 
end the season while shuffling with Eric James as the Terps' 

', backup tight end . . . saw greater playing time as the season 

' progressed ... caught no passes. 

1997 (Freshman): Redshirt season. 

High School: Graduated from New Haven High School in 
I 1997 ... named All-Met by the Detroit Free-Press after play- 
ing six positions (FB, TE, WR, DE, LB, DT) ... recorded 80 
tackles as a senior ... had a 3.3 GPA. 

Personal: Matthew Jarrid Murphy was born February 23, 
1980 ... son of Dawn and Michael Murphy ... his uncle, 
Dwight Lee, was an All-American at Michigan State ... ma- 
joring in criminology and criminal justice. 



Someday I would like to take a trip to: Ireland 
My ideal pre-game ritual is: To sleep 
If I could spend a day with anybody, it would be: Mr 1 
One word to describe Coach Friedgen: Focused 
The best thing about game day is: The atmosphere 



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NOVAK 






Cornerback 



Placekicker 



6-0 • 186 • Fr-RS 
Charlottesville, Va. 
(Albemarle) 



On Novak: Redshirt placekicker who enters the fall dead- 
locked with senior Vedad Siljkovic for the starting job 
... had a consistent spring where he showed improved 
leg strength. 

2000 (Freshman): Redshirt season. 

High School: A three-year letterwinner and 
2000 graduate of 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, includ- 
ig a career long of 50 yards as a senior ... was a 
two-time all-district and AII-Do/7y Progress selec- 
tion ... named to the school's all-academic team 
three times. 



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Personal: Nicholas Ryan Novak was born 
August 21, 1981 ... son of Julie and Bob 
Novak ... college major is kinesiology. 



Someday I would like to lake a trip to: Hawaii, be- 
cause I love the beach and sunny weather 
Person I most admire is: My parents 
One word to describe Coach Friedgen: Perfectionist 



5-11.186.Sr..3tf 

Forestville, Md. 

(DeMatha) 



On Okanlawon: Veteran cornerback who has appeared in 
31 games and made 20 starts in his three-year career ... 
one of three seniors who will open fall as a starter in the 
defensive backfield (Tony Jackson and Randall Jones the 
others). . has registered 110 career tackles ... one of three 
returning starters in the Terrapins' secondary unit ... will be 
counted on heavily in 01 ... has surprising strength (340-lb. 
bench) ... an Iron Terp ... on all-around athlete with solid 
cover skills. 

2000 (Junior): An ll-game starter ot cornerback ... totaled 
40 tackles on the season, including 32 solos ... averaged 
3.6 tackles per game ... finished second to free safety Shawn 
Forte in pass breakups, with six ... had his first career inter- 
ception (vs. Virginia) ... season-high eight tackles (six solos) 
in season finale vs. Georgia Tech ... six tackles (five solos) 
in opener vs. Temple ... named the Terps' most improved 
performer during 2000 spring drills. 

1 999 (Sophomore): Starter in three games who played in 
nine total after returning from a nagging hamstring injury 
suffered in fall camp ... 26 solo tackles, 31 total ... had 
three pass breakups and a fumble recovery. 

1 998 (Freshman): 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: A 1998 graduate of DeMatha High School 
... named first team All-Washington Catholic Athletic Con- 
ference, All-Prince George's County, second team All-Met 
by the Washington Post and honorable mention All-Ameri- 





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can 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 re- 
turned a punt for a TD ... caught two TD passes at the wide 
receiver position ... as a junior in 1996, he had four inter- 
ceptions in helping the Stags to an 8-2 mark ... was a mem- 
ber of the track team that set the school record in the 4x 1 00 
meter relay (42.6) ... high school coach was Bill McGregor 

Personal: Anthony A. Okanlawon was 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 ... named a Maryland scholar- 
athlete in 2000. 

Career Statistics 



Defense GGS UT 

1998 11-6 30 

1999 9-3 26 

2000 11-11 32 
Totals 31-20 88 



AT 

9 
5 



TT 
39/3.6 
31/3.4 
40/3.6 



TFL Sacks Int 

0-0 0.0-0 0-0 

2-2 0.0-0 0-0 

0-0 0.0-0 1-0 



22 110/3.5 2-2 0.O0 1-0 



My goal for the 200 I season is: To make AII-ACC 
and All-American while winning a national cham- 
pionship 

Someday I would like to take a trip to: Jerusalem 

If I could spend a day with anybody, it would be: 
Deion Sanders 

My ambition after football is: To work with kids 



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5.9»190«So-1tf 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
(George 
Washington) 



On Perry: Quick, explosive tailback who is entering his third 
season in the program ... has the ability to be an outstand- 
ing college running back ... combines quick feet, a strong 
burst, breakaway speed and excellent open-field moves ... 
figures to challenge for the starting spot vacated by LaMont 
Jordan, Maryland's all-time rushing leader... tops the depth 
chart along with Marc Riley heading into fall drills. 

2000 (Sophomore): Redshirt season. 

1 999 (Freshman): Sow action in seven games as a true fresh- 
man ... 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 following week against 
West Virginia ... caught one pass for nine yards in the West 
Virginia game. 

High School: Graduated in 1999 from George Washing- 
ton High School in Philadephia, Pa. ... rushed for 1,041 yards 
and 12 touchdowns while playing in the wing T offense 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 Inquirer 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 Today Ail- 
American and a SuperPrep all-re- 
gion choice helped Washing- ^t 
ton to a 10-1 record and a spot ■£ 
in the semifinals of the 
postseason playoffs ... trans- 
ferred to Washington for 
his senior season after 
playing his sopho- 
more and junior sea- 
sons at Cardinal U 
Dougherty High L 
School ... attended " 
West Catholic High "* 
School as a freshman 
ran a 10.4 1 00 meters at 
the AAU Junior Nation- 
als. 



Personal: 

Bruce Perry was born 
March 22, 1981 ... 
son of Kevin and 
Robin Perry ... majoring in criminal justice. 



Rushing G-GS Alt 
1999 7-0 30 

2000 



Receiving G-GS 
1999 7 

2000 



Rec 



Net Avg. TD 

195 65 
Redshirt season 

Yds Avg TD 

9 9.0 
Redshirt season 



LP 
43 



LP 

9 



YPG 
27.9 



YPG 

1.3 



My goal for the 200 1 season is: To do everything 

possible lor the team to be successful 
Someday I would like to take a trip to: The Bahamas 
The word that best describes me is: Ambitious 
My ideal pre-game meal or ritual is: Mixing cranberry 

juice and orange juice 
If I could spend a day with anybody, it would be: 
Warrick Dunn 



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Tailback 

6-3 • 225 • Sr.-2V 

Coram, N.Y. 

(Longwood) 



On Riley: Senior letterman who has appeared in 27 
games during his career ... intelligent player who 
picked up the new offensive system quickly in spring 
... was the Terps' most consistent performer in spring 
drills good-sized runner who excels in short-yard- 
age situations ... listed alongside junior Bruce Perry 
atop the depth chart at tailback heading into fall camp 
i... has the size to play either position in the backfield. 

2000 (Junior): Appeared in all 11 games carried the 

all six times for 15 net yards and one touchdown ... first 

career touchdown came in the win over Wake Forest, when 

he rushed five times for 11 yards ... had two receptions for 

seven yards. 

1999 (Sophomore): Played in all 11 games, carrying five 
times for 1 2 yards and no losses ... carried two times for five 
yards against Western Carolina ... caught a 26-yard pass 
against West Virginia. 

1998 (Freshman): Played in five games ... did not letter ... 
had nine carries for nine yards, bulk of work came against 
West Virginia in the second half as he had six carries for 
seven yards. 

High School: Graduated from Longwood High School in 
1998 rushed for 1,205 yards and 12 touchdowns 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 junio 
season ... was 
the recipient of the 
Hanson Award as 
the best player in Suf- 
folk County as a jun 
ior ... during his ca- 
reer, he set school 
marks for rushing 
yards (2,820), 
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touchdowns (31 ] and average yards per carry (7,6] ... con- 
sidered one o( the best ployers ever to come out of Longwood 
High ... was a threat to score every time he touched the ball, 
according to his cooch ... also recruited by Penn Slate, Ohio 
Slate, Virginia, Georgia Tech, NC State, Syracuse, Boston 
College, Michigan State and Wisconsin ... high school coach 
was Joseph Cipp. 

Personal: Marc Anthony Riley was born January 23, 1980 
... son of Deborah Britton-Riley and Michael Riley ... major- 
ing in family studies. 

Career Statistics 

Rushing GGS 

1998 50 

1999 11-0 

2000 11-0 
Totals 27-0 



Alt 
9 
5 
6 

20 



Net 
9 
12 
15 

36 



Avg. 
10 
2.4 
2.5 
1.8 



TD 


1 
1 



LP 
5 

4 
7 

7 



Receiving G-GS Rec Yds 

1998 50 

1999 11-0 1 26 

2000 11-0 2 7 
Totals 27-0 3 33 



Avg. TD LP 

00 

26.0 26 

3.5 6 

11.0 26 



My goal for the 200 1 season is: To contribute to the 
team s success by doing whatever the team needs 

The best piece of advice I ever received was: Any- 
thing is possible 

My ideal pre-game ritual is: To listen to music 

One word to describe Coach Friedgen: Real 



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5-11 ♦ 168 'Fr-RS 
Staten Island, N.Y. 
(Tottenville) 



On Roberts: Redshirt receiver hoping to challenge for play- 
ing time this year ... excellent quickness and good strength 
despite his slight build (168 pounds). 

2000 (Freshman): Redshirt season. 

High School: A four-year letterwinner and 2000 graduate 
of 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 
second team all-state and first team alkiry by the New York 
Doily News and the New York City Coaches Association ... 
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 
gome started every game for four years .. high school 
coach was Jim Munson, 

Personal: Ike Lafayelte Roberts was born July 9, 1981 ... 
son of Aletha and Isaac Roberts ... college major is letters 
and sciences 



My goal (or the 200 1 season is: To gel a letter and 
help my team out by doing whatever is needed 

If I lost all of my possessions except for one, I would 
keep my: PlayStation 

The word that best describes me is: Hope 

Person I most admire is: My mother 

My ambition after football is: Using my degree to 
support myself and family 



ROUNDTREE _ _ 




Defensive End 
6-3 » 250 » Jr..1V 

Baltimore, Md. 
(Lansdownel 



On Roundtree: A physical force who enters 2001 atop the 
depth chart at defensive end ... one of the strongest play- 
ers, pound-for-pound, in the history of Maryland football ... 
led defensive linemen in every strength/athleticism category 
(bench press, clean, squat, vertical jump and 40-yard dash 
time) ... strength index of 796 is the highest of any player at 
any position in school history ... combines a 460-lb. bench 
press with a 710-lb. squat, a 36-inch vertical jump and a 
4.68 forty lime saw con- 
siderable ploying time at 
end ... had a solid spring 
and simply needs more 
repetitions to improve. 



2000 (Sopho- 
more): A five-game starter at 
defensive end who appeared in 10 
games overall ... totaled 22 tackles, in- 
cluding three for losses ... registered 
four quarterback hurries . . . opened the 
first two games as a storting defen- 
sive end ... also had starts vs. Wake 
Forest, Duke and NC Stole ... had o 
season-high seven tackles in the 
Florida State game ... also had four 
tackles each vs. Temple and Clemson. 

1 999 (Redshirt Freshman): A six-game contribu- 
tor who recorded five tackles ... three stops vs. 
Western Carolina, two vs. West Virginia. 



1998 (Freshman): Redshirt season. 

High School: A 1988 graduate of lonsdowne High School 
... selected first learn All-Baltimore County as a senior in 1997 
... played both defensive end and fullback ,., led the team 
wilh eight sacks as a senior in addition lo rushing for 351 
yards and five touchdowns on just 57 carries played in 
the Baltimore County Senior All-Star gome and was selected 
to the Mason-Dixon Shrine Classic ... as a junior in 1996. 
he led the learn to its first winning season in 1 years, regis- 
tering four sacks and rushing for 375 yards ond two touch- 
downs ... was selected first team All-Baltimore County os a 
linebacker ... also lettered in basketball and track ... high 
school cooch was Frank Meehon 

Personal: Durrond Antonio Roundtree was born February 
16, 1980 ... son of Jewell Anderson and Duncan Roundtree 
... has a son, Durrand Antonio Roundtree, Jr., born August 
24, 1998 ... nicknamed "Tree" ... majoring in criminology 
and criminal justice. 

Career Statistics 

Defense GGS UT AT TT TFL Socb Int 

1999 6-0 2 3 5/0.8 0-0 0.0-0 0-0 

2000 10-5 15 7 22/2.2 3-7 0.5-5 0-0 
Totals 16-5 17 10 27/1.7 3-7 0.5-5 00 




My goal for the 2001 season is: To be very physical 
and dominate the line of scrimmage 

My favorite moment as a Terp was: Getting my ca- 
reer high in tackles at Florida State 

My ideal pnegame meal is: Chicken and clam chowder 



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Offensive Guard 
6-5 » 298 » Ff-RS 

Latrobe, Pa. 
(Perry Area) 



On Schmitt: Second-year ployer who is listed as the 

backup at right guard entering fall drills ... can play 

either guard spot and has the ability lo challenge for a 

starting job ... has added 23 pounds since arriving 

I last year ... is a tough player with quick feet. 

2000 (Freshman): Redshirt season. 

High School: A 2000 graduate of Derry Area Senior 
High School in Latrobe, Pa. ... rated one of the top five 
nemen in the stole of Pennsylvania by the Big 33 
Coaches Association ... capped his senior season 
by earning first team all-state honors from the Pitts- 
burgh PostOazette - o 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 var- 



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a preseason All-American by Street & Smith's ... also played 
basketball .. high school coach was Greg Dorn. 

Personal: Kyle Schmitt was born August 12, 1981 ... son of 
Edward and Christine Schmitt ... a letters and sciences ma- 
jor who plans to pursue a degree in education. 




If I lost all of my possessions except for one, I would 

keep my: Cut off T-shirts 
The word that best describes me is: Happy 
My favorite moment as a Terp was: Beating NC State 

last year 
My ideal pre-game meal is: Chili and a Slurpee 
The best thing about game day is: The atmosphere in 

the stadium 



SHANKS 



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Wide Receiver 

18fl » Fr-RS 
Hampton, Va. 
(Ehoebiis] 

On Shanks: Redshirt receiver who has all the intangibles ... 
is short only on experience ... tall receiver who has the un- 
canny ability to change direction like a smaller player ... 
likely to see playing time in '01 and a possible challenger 
to one of the starting spots if he can continue to improve 
and stay healthy (has had nagging ankle and foot injuries). 

2000 (Freshman): Redshirt season 

High School: A three-year letterwinner and 2000 graduate 
of 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 selection in the state as a junior. 

Personal: Maurice Kelly Shanks was born February 19, 1981 
... son of DaMita Jackson ... majoring in letters and sciences. 



I My goal for the 2001 season is: To help the team 

succeed while keeping my grades high 
The word that best describes me is: Determination 
My ideal pre-game meal or ritual is: Eating a nice 

steak 
If I could spend a day with anybody, it would be: 

Randy Moss 
The best thing about g<. e day is: Getting into "the 

zone " before starting i game 



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Nose Tackle 



6-4 ' 265 • Jr.-1V 
Ft. Washington, 
Md. (Bishop 
McNamara) 



On Shime: Fourth-year junior who enters 2001 as a backup 
at nose tackle behind senior Charles Hill ... raw talent who 
continues to learn the game made the move from defen- 
sive end to nose tackle this spring and improved with each 
week of practice ... good upper-body strength (450-lb. 
bench) ... one of five defensive linemen to earn Iron Terp 
status for their work in the weightroom. 

2000 (Sophomore): Saw action in eacl 
of the season's first eight games... finishei 
with five tackles (one for loss) and three 
QB hurries ... top outing was against 
Middle Tennessee (two solo stops). 

1999 (Redshirt Freshman): Played in 
nine games ... registered four total tack- 
les, two apiece vs. Western Carolina 
and West Virginia. 

1 998 (Freshman): Redshirt season. 

High School: A one-year 
letterwinner and 1998 gradu- -^ 

r 

student from Cameroon who k 
was named second team All-Washington 
Catholic Athletic Conference as a seni 
in 1997, his first and only year of play 
organized football ... totaled 47 tackl 
eight sacks and two fumble recoveri 
played two seasons of basketba 
school coach was Chip Armstrong 




Placekicker 



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6-2 • 218 » Sr-1tf 
Montenegro, 
Yugoslavia 
(Kennedy (N.Y.)/ 
Nassau CO 



On Siljkovic: Third-year senior who enters the fall battling 
Nick Novak for the No. 1 placekicker duties has good 
timing as a PK, getting kicks off quickly ... originally walked 
on to the program in the fall of 1999 ... also serves as the 
Terps' backup punter ... excels as a "pooch" punter ... 
spent the past two seasons as an understudy to kicker Brian 

Kopka, who finished his career in the No. 3 spot on the 

school's career kick-scoring list. 

2000 (Redshirt Junior): Backup punter/placekicker who 
was used primarily in short punting situations as a redshirt 
junior ... appeared in eight games, with five of his 13 
punts being downed inside the 20-yard line ... finished 
with a 32.8 average, though nearly all of his efforts 
were of the "pooch" variety had a long of 42 yards 
... both of his punts in a win over Wake Forest were 
downed inside the 20 ... was successful on his one 
PAT try (vs. Wake) ... missed from 44 yards (wide right) 
in his lone field goal try, vs. West Virginia. 

1 999 punior): Redshirt sea 

nior College: Graduated in 1999 

from Nassau Community College in 

empstead, NY. ... Nassau's primary 

ker for two seasons, helping 

m to a pair of 8-2 records 

d postseason bowl games 

as a sophomore in 1998, 

of 35 kickoffs resulted in touch- 
backs .. was 6 of 9 on field goals 
... coach was George Powers 



Personal: Guillaume Shime was born January 
1 9, 1 979 in Cameroon ... son of Alougou and 
Fomborjohn .., speaks three languages (Ger- 
man, French, English) ... prefers to go by the 
nickname "Will" ... last name is pronounced "SHE-may" .. 
majoring in communications and French language litera 
ture ... Maryland scholar-athlete in fall 1998 

Career Statistics 



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Defense G-GS UT 

1999 9-0 2 

2000 8-0 4 
Totals 1 7-0 6 



AT 

2 
1 
3 



TT 
4/0.4 
5/0.7 
9/0.5 



TFL Sacks Int 

0-0 0.0-0 0-0 

1-1 0.0-0 0-0 

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My ideal pre-game ritual is: Say a prayer and relax 
Person I most admire is: My mother 
The best thing about game day is: It is easier than 
practice 



High School: 

Graduated in 1997 

from John F. Kennedy 

High School in Bronx, 

NY. played two years 

of soccer and helped 

team to a pair of 10-2 

records as a 

sweeper in 1995 

and 1996 before 

switching 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 attempts. 



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Personal: Vedad Siljkovic was born June 10, 1979 ... son 
of Ramo and Vezira Siljkovic ... born in Monlenegro, Yugo- 
slavia ... family moved to the United Stales in May 1992 
■ when he was 12 lost name is pronounced "SILl-kuh-vick" 
., mapring in communications ... favorite athlete is Jason 
Williams of the NBA Sacramento Kings. 

Career Statistics 

Kicking 
2000 

Punting 
2000 



Personal: Andrew Smith, Jr. was born August 14, 1981 ... 
son of Clarice and Andrew Smith ... majoring in mechani- 
cal engineering ... father is a retired military officer , , . named 
o Maryland scholar-athlete in 2000. 

Career Statistics 



Defense G-GS 
2000 81 



UT 

11 



AT 



TT 
19/2.4 



TFl 
00 



Sacks 
0-0 



Int 
1-0 



GP-GS XP-A 
8-0 11 

GP-GS No 
8-0 13 



FGA 
01 



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427 32 8 42 



My goal for the 200 I season is: To be on the All- 

ACC team 
Someday I would like to take a trip to: Spain 
My favorite moment as a Terp was: The very first play 

of my career 
One word to describe Coach Friedgen: Organized 
The best thing about game day is: The adrenaline 

rush when you step onto the field 



The best piece of advice I ever received was: Just do it 
Toughest player I faced in 2000 was: Georgia Tech's 

Kelly Campbell 
My ideal pre-game meal is: Pasta alfredo 
My ambition after football is: To work lor an engi- 
neering company 
One word to describe Coach Friedgen: Believer 
The best thing about game day is: The fans and fam- 
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260 . So-1V 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
(George 
Washington) 



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Fort Meade, Md. 
I (Meade) 



On Smith: Redshirt sophomore who figures to be in the mix 
at a cornerback position ... saw more and more game ac- 
tion as the season progressed last year, eventually starting 
the final game of the campaign (vs. Georgia Tech]. 

I 2000 (Redshirt Freshman): Appeared in eight games, mak- 
i ing his first career start in the season finale (Georgia Tech) 
j ... totaled 19 tackles, five pass breakups, one interception 
1 and one fumble recovery ... lone interception came in the 
; Florida State game ... career-high seven tackles in the Vir- 
ginia game ... also had four tackles in the overtime victory 
' over NC State ...did not play in the season's first two games. 

1999 (Freshman): Redshirt season. 

High School: A 1999 graduate of Meade High School in 

Fort Meade, Md. ... a talented alkiround prospect who played 

I two seasons at Meade after relocating with his family from 

I Texas alternated between quarterback and running back 

: on offense, and was regarded as a hard-hitting safety on 

| defense ... 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 merv 

i Hon at safety ... was second team alkounty 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 cooch was Mark Frye. 



On Smith: Redshirt sophomore who 
enters fall as the backup at defensive 
end ... could challenge for the start- 
ing job as he entered spring 
as the starter ... talented 
player who has good 
size and athleticism ... 
has good speed for an 
end (4.71) ... came on 
strong in the second half of 
the 2000 season after be- 
ing moved from the offen- 
sive side of the ball during I 
2000 spring drills ... has a 
knack for getting to the 
quarterback. 

2000 (Redshirt Freshman 
Enjoyed a productive second 
half of the season after missing 
the first six games of the year with 
a back injury ... totaled 12 tackles, 
including a career-high six stops vs. 
North Carolina ... had three socks 
andfourTFL'sin just five games ... 
also credited with four quarter- I 
back hurries ... earned starts at a 
defensive end position for the final 
games of the year, vs. North Caro- 
lina and Georgia Tech. 

1999 (Freshman): Redshirt season. 



High School: Groduated from George Washington High 

School in Philadelphia, Pa played both defensive end 

and offensive tackle as a senior in 1998, eorning 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 ond four sacks on defense while averag- 
ing eight tackles per game... helped Washington to a 101 
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 defensive line. 

Personal: Scott R Smith . born October 4, 1981 ...son of 
Marcia Smith and Norman McCall ... his brother is a line- 
backer at Pilt ... high school standout with teammates Bruce 
Perry and Jafar Williams ... majoring in communications. 

Career Statistics 



Defense GGS 
2000 5-0 



UT 
6 



AT 

6 



TT 

12/2 2 



TFL 
4-18 



Sacks 

3 0-16 



Int 
0-0 



If I lost all of my possessions except for one, I would 
keep my: Family portrait 

My ideal pre-game ritual is: To pray and give thanks 
for the opportunity to play football 

My ambition after football is: To become an indepen- 
dent business owner 



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Offensive Tackle 
6-5 ♦ 293 » Sr-2tf 



Bishopville, Md. 
(Stephen Decatur) 



On Snader Fifth-year senior who saw action in every game o 
year ago ... a valuable asset as he can play guard (as he did 
in '99) or tackle (where he lined up last year) ... enters fall as 
the backup at both tackle spots ... worked hard in the offseason 
to increase his strength ... posted a 590-lb. squat in the spring. 

2000 (Junior): Played in all 1 1 games, starting the last 
two of the season ... starts were at right tackle in relief of 
an injured Matt Crawford 

1 999 (Sophomore): Played in nine games as a backup 
to Jamie Wu at right guard ... started the season opener 
at Temple at left guard. 

998 (Redshirt Freshman): Saw action in one gome (West 
Virginia) as a reserve 

1 997 (Freshman): Redshirt season. 



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High School: Graduated from Stephen Decatur High School 
n 1997 ... was a consensus first team all-stale choice and 
rated one of the state's top 30 players as a senior ... two- 
time first team All-Bayside Conference honoree ... earned 
three letters each in football and track ... wos a confer- 
ence champion in track and field (discus). 



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Snader was born Sep- 
tember 15, 1979 ... . 
son of Lynn and 
Russell 
Snader 
majoring in 
family stud- 
ies. 




The best piece of advice I ever received was: Don 't 

judge a book by its cover 
The word that best describes me is: Bear 
My ambition after football is: Just to be happy 
One word to describe Coach Friedgen: Fair 




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199»Jr.2V 
Washington, D.C. 
(Anacostia) 

On Stewart: Fourth-year junior defensive back who com- 
petes for playing time at the free safety position and on 
special teams ... missed most of spring 
practice with a hamstring^ 
injury but showed the 
ability early to grasp the 
new defensive scheme 
an Iron Terp. 

2000 (Sophomore 
Played in a 
games, primarily 
on specia 
teams ... made 
two tackles, 
both against 
Clemson. 

1999 (Redshirt 
Freshman): Saw 
action in nine 
gomes, mostly on 
special teams ... two 
total tackles. 



1998 (Freshman): Redshirt season. 

High School: Graduated from Anacostia High School in 
1998 ... three-time first team All-DCIAA selection, honor- 
able mention All-Met [Washington Post) selection, and a 
SuperPrep all-region choice as a senior in 1997 ... led the 
DC. area in interceptions (8) as a senior ... helped his team 
to the city championship game ... was a three-year starter 
who totaled 18 interceptions, 157 tackles and seven fumble 
recoveries during his career ... also played basketball and 
baseball and ran track ... ployed high school football un- 
der his father, Willie Stewart. 

Personal: Tyrone Justin Stewart was born March 10, 1980 
... son of Anita and Willie Stewart ... majoring in communi- 
cations. 

Career Statistics 



Defense G-GS 

1999 9-0 

2000 1 1 -0 
Totals 20-0 



UT 
2 

2 



AT 

2 
2 



TT 

2/0.2 
2/0 2 
4/0.2 



TFL Sacks Int 

0-0 0-0 0-0 

0-0 0-0 0-0 

00 00 00 



Someday I would like to take a trip to: Africa 

The words that best describes me are: Unique and 

playful 
My ambition after football is: Being successful and 

giving bock 
The best thing about game day is: Running out of the 

locker room with teammates on to the playing field 



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Wide Receiver 

5.9'186'Fr-RS 
Manchester, Md. 
(North Carroll) 



On Suter: Speedy receiver with good hands who 

will garner playing time in 2001 ... a hard-working, 

coachable player who is also gifted athletically ... 

slight at 5-9, but is the fastest player on the team 

and has a 41 -inch vertical jump ... simply needs — 

like several other Terp receivers - more playing time 

to improve ... caught a 21 -yard touchdown pass from 

Shaun Hill in this year's spring game. 

2000 (Freshman): Redshirt season. 



High School: Graduated in 2000 from North Carroll High 
School in Hampstead, Md ... was named honorable men- 
tion All-American by USA Today, all-region by Prepstar, 
and was a first team all-stale and Baltimore Sun All-Metro 
choice ,., rushed for more than 4,000 yards in his career, 
ncluding 1,748 yards and 19 touchdowns as a senior 
in 1999 ... ranked eighth in the state in rushing ... also 
caught 1 9 passes for 277 yards and two touchdowns 
high school coach was Bill Rumbaugh. 



Personal: Steven George Suter was born June 26, 1982 ... 
son of Lynn and George Suter ... majoring in letters and 
sciences. 



The best piece of advice I ever received was: Stay 

focused and never give up 
The word that best describes me is: Dedicated 
My ideal pre-game meal or ritual is: A little pasta 

and relax 
Person I most admire is: Barry Sanders 
My ambition after football is: To coach and have a 

family 



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6-1 » 238 » Sr-3tf 
Hinsdale, III. 
(Hinsdale Central) 



On Swift: Fifth-year senior who battled injuries last season 
... should offer depth and experience to an already tal- 
ented linebacking corps ... backed up Mike Whaley at the 
rush linebacker position in 2000 after backing up outside 
linebacker Aaron Thompson as a freshman and sophomore 
... figures to contribute on special teams as well has ap- 
peared in 25 games over the past three seasons. 

2000 (Junior): Saw action in three mid-season games, miss- 
ing most of the year with injuries (hamstring, ankle) ... had 
season-high two tackles vs. Clemson ... also had an assisted 
tackle vs. Wake Forest ... did not record a tackle in the 
Duke game, his only other appearance. 

1999 (Sophomore): Registered 12 tackles in 11 games as 

a sophomore ... three tackle 

against Western Carolina ... 

had an eight-yard sack vs West 

Virginia. 

1998 (Redshirt Fresh- 
man): Posted nine tack- 
les in 1 1 games as a 
redshirt freshman three 
tackles at North Carolina 

1997 (Freshman 
Redshirt season. ^S 

High School 
Graduated from 
Hinsdale (III 
Central High 
School in 1997 
... earned All Mel 
Chicago honors as 
a senior ... totaled 
2,820 rushing 




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yards and 27 touchdowns during his career ... entered his 

' senior season as the No. 2 running back prospect in the 
slate by Tom Lemming ... rushed for 1,103 yards and 12 
touchdowns as a junior ... averaged 278 yards on kickoff 

' returns ... clocked a 10.7 in the 100 meters ... high school 

' coach was Ken Schreiner. 

Personal: Ryan Matthew Swift was born March 27, 1979 
,., son of Barbara Goss and Ed Swift ... majoring in commu- 
nications 

Career Statistics 



Defense G-GS UT AT 



TT TFl Sacks 



Int 



1998 110 

1999 11-0 

2000 3-0 
Totals 25-0 



4 

5 

1 

10 



5 

7 

2 

14 



9/0.8 

12/1.1 

3/1.0 

24/0.9 



0-0 0.0-0 0-0 

I -8 1 .0-8 0-0 

0-0 0.0-0 0-0 

1-8 1.0-8 00 



Someday I would like to take a trip to: Australia 
My ambition after football is to: Be a pro fisherman 
If I lost all my possessions exceptone, I'd like to keep: 

My fishing rod 
My craziest ambition is: To go shark fishing 
My favorite pro sports team is: The Chicago 

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6-1 • 234 » Sr-3V 



Baltimore, Md. 
(Mount St Joseph) 



On Thompson: Honors candidate who begins his fourth 
season having started all 33 games of his career at outside 
linebocker ... helps anchor a veteran linebacking corps ... 
listed No. 1 on the depth chart at the strongside linebacker 
spot ... versatile performer who excels against the run, yet 
can cover a back or drop into zone with success as well as 
rush the passer ... strong and athletic tackier who should 
challenge the Maryland career record for tackles for loss 
... 35 career tackles for loss, 11 career sacks ... has aver- 
aged 8.4 stops per game during his career 279 coreer 
tackles ... Maryland's second-leading tackier as a fresh- 
man and sophomore, No. 5 as a junior ... needs just 54 
total tackles to move into Maryland's career top 10 list 

2000 punior): Started all 11 games at outside linebacker 
for the third consecutive season ... finished Fifth on the squad 
in total tackles, registering 81 stops ... second on the team 
with a career-best 6.5 quarterback sacks ... fourth on the 
team in tackles for loss (9 for 62 yards] ... seven quarter- 
back hurries ranked fourth on the squad ... shared team 
lead with three forced fumbles ... also recovered a fumble 
... recorded a season-high 17 total tackles (13 solos) in an 
overtime win over NC State ... also reached double figures 
in tackles vs. Virginia (11) and Temple (10) ... had a ca- 



reer-best three sacks (for minus 27 yards) vs. Duke and a 
pair of sacks (for minus 14 yards) vs. Florida State ... served 
as a team co-captain 

1 999 (Sophomore): An All-ACC selection by the Football 
News, finishing second on the team with 111 tackles, 10.1 
per game ... 1 1-game starter with a team-high 72 solo stops 
... seventh 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 1 8 in 1978 
... season highs of 1 1 solos and 1 5 total tackles in season- 
opener at Temple leading Terp tackier vs. Temple and 
West Virginia. 

1998 (Redshirt Freshman): An 11 -game starter as 
Maryland's outside linebacker, or bandit position ... promi- 
nent on the defensive stat sheet as just a freshman, contrib- 
uting 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. 

1 997 (Freshman): Redshirt season. 

High School: A 1997 graduate of Mount St. Joseph High 
School ... was named the Baltimore Sun's All-Metro Offen- 
sive Player of the Year as a senior, when he rushed for 2,325 
yards and 37 touchdowns ... finished his coreer as one of 
the all-time leading rushers in the state ... also played line- 
backer in special situations, totaling 19 tackles, two sacks 
and one interception ... high school coach was Mike Work- 
ing. 

Personal: Aaron G. Thompson was born 
May 4, 1978 . son of Edith Green and 
Aaron Thompson ... majoring in crimi- 
nology and criminal justice 
member 
Maryland's stu- 
dent-athlete advi- 
sory council. 



Career Statistics 



Defense GGS UT AT TT TFL Sacks 

1998 1111 52 35 87/7.9 9-29 1.0-11 

1999 11-11 72 39 111/10.1 17-63 3.5-18 

2000 11-11 54 27 81/7,4 9-62 6.5-55 
Totols 33-33 178 101 279/8435-154 1184 



Someday I would like to lake a trip to: California 
The best piece of advice I ever received was: Work 

smarter, not harder 
The word that best describes me is: Compassionate 
Toughest player I faced in 2000 was: Georgia Tech 

fullback Ed Wilder 
Person I most admire is: My mother 




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Offensive Guard 

6-3 » 300 » So-SQ 

Franklinville, N.J. 
(Delsea) 




On Tyler Third-year player who enters '01 as a backup at 
leftguard ...can play either guard spot... has strong knowl- 
edge of entire line's assignments and calls ... had a strong 
spring. 

2000 (Redshirt Freshman): Saw action in one gome at 
guard (versus Wake Forest). 

1999: Redshirt season. 

High School: A 1999 graduate of Delsea High School in 
Franklinville, NJ. ... 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-Ameri- 
can 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 ... was also an outstanding wrestler 

Personal: Edward W. Tyler was born July 11, 1981 ... son 
of Collert and Ed Tyler ... majoring in economics ... a 1999 
Maryland scholar-athlete. 



Someday I would like to take a trip to: Tampa Bay, 

Florida 
My ambition after football is: To win the WWF chom- 

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6-1 » 233 » So-1tf 
Lexington, S.C. 
(Lexington/Fork 
Union Military 
Academy) 



On Whaley: Third-year outside linebacker who established 
himself in 2000 with a strong redshirt freshman campaign 
... has quick feet and uses his hands well has excellent 
field vision ... has a 36-0 1/2 inch vertical jump and a 
390-lb. bench (tied for best among outside linebackers) ... 
returns as a viable candidate to start at the "Leo" position 
in 2001 ... fast, 
physical player 
who is part of a 
deep and tal- 
ented line- 
backer corps. 

2000 (Redshirt 
Freshman): An 11- 
game starter at the 
outside linebacker/ 
rush end spot., named 
third team 
Fresh- 
man All- 
American 
by The 

Sporting News ... finished 
sixth on the squad in total 
tackles (68) ... ranked 
third on the squad in tack- 
les for loss (12 for 76 
yards) and sacks (five for 
47 yards) ... also was third 
on the team in quarterback 
hurries (10) ... among the top 
ACC rookies in sacks and tackles 
for loss ... career-high 12 total tack 
les vs. Clemson ... also had 1 1 
stops vs. Florida State and 10 
vs. Virginia ... suffered a 
sprained ankle mid-season which slowed him some but did 
not keep him out of any games ... averaged 1 1 tackles per 
game during a three-game midseason stretch ... had two 
TFL's in six games, including a two-sack outing in his major 
college debut (vs. Temple) ... accounted for five sacks in his 
first five games. 

1999 (Freshman): Redshirt season 

Prep School: A 1999 graduate of Fork Union Military Acad- 
emy in Fork Union, Va. ... second on team with 68 tackles 
... had five sacks, two interceptions and three fumble recov- 
eries ... team finished 5-5. 



High School: A 1998 graduate of 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 
1 00" athlete in the state ... led his team with 97 tackles and 
15 sacks as a senior. 

Personal: Michael LeRoy Whaley was born December 13, 
1980 ... son of Paulette Winder-Whaley ... ma|onng in crimi- 
nal justice 

Career Statistics 

Defense G-GS UT AT TT TFL Sacks Int 

2000 11-11 41 27 68/6.2 12-76 5.0-47 0-0 



The word that best describes me is: Intense 
Toughest player I faced in 2000 was: NC State tackle 

Jorvis Borum 
My ambition after football is: To hove a great-pay- 
ing job in order to support my family 
One word to describe Coach Friedgen: Respectable 
The best thing about game day is: Woking up in the 
morning and the only thing on your mind is win- 
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Wide Receiver 

183'Sr-3V 
Waldorf, Md. 
(Wesllake) 

On Whitmer: Senior letterman who has appeared in 31 
career games, mostly on special teams ... was one of 
the surprises of spring as his extra offseason 
work seemed to have paid off in his play 
... finished spring practice battling for a 
starting WR spot ... one of the best con- 
ditioned athletes on this year's team ... 
a walk-on three seasons ago who has 
lettered in each of the 1998, 1999 and 
2000 seasons while playing on offense, defense and 
special teams ... a two-sport athlete who also excels in base- 
ball ... played wide receiver as a freshman, was slotted at 
free safety during the 1999 season and moved back to 
offense during 2000 spring drills. 

2000 (Junior): Saw action in 10 of 11 games, mostly on 
special teams ... recorded one solo tackle ... led the Terra- 
pin baseball team with a .361 average in 22 games and 
nine starts in the outfield. 

1999 (Sophomore): Played in 10 games, though mostly 
on special teams ... had one fumble recovery. 



1998 (Freshman): Saw limited action in all 
three tackles. 



games . 



High School: A 1998 graduate of Westlake High School in 
Waldorf, Md. ... three-sport star in football, basketball 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 Ath 
letic Conference MVP as a senior ... was second team All 
Met ... played in state championship game at Byrd Sta 
dium as a junior vs. Damascus High ... had 976 yards re 
ceiving on offense, and registered 102 tackles with six in 
terceptions on defense 
... was an all-confer- 
ence selection as a 
point guard in bas- 
ketball ... was team 
captain and 
league MVP in 
baseball while 
batting .450 and 
exhibiting speed 
and a strong arm 
center field ... played 
in the Crown All-Star 
baseball game at 
Camden Yards in 
Baltimore as a se- 
nior ... prepped first 
two years at The 
Bolles School in 
Jacksonville, Fla 

Personal: Daryl 
Justin Whitmer 
was born Janu- 
ary 10, 1980 

son of 
Helen-Claire 
and Ly n 
Whitmer 

stepmother is Pat Whitmer ... father, Lyn, is in the Navy ... 
brother, Duane, was a swimmer at the U.S. Naval Acad- 
emy in Annapolis ... majoring in criminology and criminal 
justice ... favorite athlete is Deion Sanders because he is a 
two-sport star. 

Career Statistics 




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Defense G-GS UT AT 



1998 11-0 

1999 10-0 

2000 10-0 
Totals 31-0 



TT 
3/0.3 



TFL Sacks 

0-0 0.0-0 

0/0.0 0-0 0.0-0 

1/0.1 0-0 0.0-0 

4/0.1 ao o.o-o 



Int 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 



Someday I would like to take a trip to: Hawaii, be- 
cause I like the beach and the beautiful scenery 

The word that best describes me is: Real 

Person I most admire is: My father 

My ambition after football is: To play professional 
baseball 

One word to describe Coach Friedgen: Precise 



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Offensive Guard 
6-3 • 295 • Jr.-2V 
Lebanon, Pa. 
(Lebanon) 



On Wike: Versatile lineman who hos played guard, center 
and tight end in his Terrapin career ... takes a streak of 21 
consecutive starts into the 2001 campaign ... gritty com- 
petitor who overcame injuries to start the final 10 games of 

1999 ... listed atop the depth chart at left guard entering 
the fall ... has improved his size and strength in the offsea- 
son ... all-around athlete with good quickness ... forms a 
strong veteran tandem with Melvin Fowler in the middle of 
the line (54 consecutive starts between them|. 

2000 (Sophomore]: Started all 11 games at left guard ... 
played a key role in the Terps finishing second in the ACC in 
fewest sacks allowed (21 ) one of three Maryland offen- 
sive linemen to start all 11 games (C Melvin Fowler and LT 
Tim Howard were the others]. 




1999 (Redshirt Freshman): Started in 10 of II games at 
left guard as a redshirt freshman despite almost constant 
ailments including o fractured hand and o broken nose ,., 
nominated for The Sporting News Freshman All-America hon- 
ors converted from light end in spring practice, and saw 
time in fall camp both at center and guard ... spiral fracture 
on his right hand kept him from competition vs. Temple in 
the season opener, but he started the final 10 games 
helped Terps lead the ACC in rushing offense and allow 
just one sack per game 

1998 (Freshman): Redshirt season. 

High School: A 1998 graduate of Lebanon (Pa.] High 
School ... earned All-America honors from USA Today, 
SuperPrep, PrepSlar and the National Recruiting Advisor ... 
also was named to the Harrisburg (Pa j Patriot-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 receptions for 101 yards and five touchdowns ... from 
his linebacker spot, he had 112 total tackles, including 63 
solo stops ... also connected on three field goals, with a 
long of 42 yards ... received scholarship offers from 18 Divi- 
sion l-A schools, including Virginia, NC State, Georgia Tech, 
Wake Forest, Clemson, Northwestern, Stanford and Michi- 
gan State ... selected to play in the Mason-Dixon Classic ... 
was the first freshman to earn a varsity letter in the 1 00-year 
history of Lebanon's football program ... totaled 174 points, 
2 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 section championships ... was nominated for the 
McDonald's All-Star game ... high school coach was Tom 
Jordan. 

Personal: Todd Matthew Wike was born November 18, 
979 ... son of Kevin Wike ... majoring in philosophy an 
All-ACC Academic Team pick in 1999 ... member of 
Maryland's student-athlete athletic council ... Maryland 
scholar-athlete in 1998 , 1999 and 2000. 



My goal for the 2001 season is: To win the ACC 

championship 
Toughest player I faced in 2000 was: FSU's Tommy 

Polley 
My ambition after football is: To become a lawyer 
One word to describe Coach Friedgen: Confident 
The best thing about game day is: The adrenaline 

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6-2.192 



Huntington Station, 
W.Y. (Huntington) 

On Williams: Second-year safety with good size and big- 
play potential ... enters fall practice second on the depth 
chart at free safety behind senior Randall Jones ... really 
came on this spring, showing both his hitting ability and a 
skill for breaking on the ball, 

2000 (Freshman): Redshirt seoson 

High School: A 2000 graduate of Huntington High School 
in Huntington Station, NY. ... was an all-stale selection as a 
senior in 1 999 after accounting for 2, 1 86 all-purpose yards 
and scoring 20 touchdowns ... as a cornerback, he totaled 
71 tackles (52 solos), eight interceptions and 23 pass break- 
ups ... as a tailback, he rushed 110 times for 1,262 yards 
(11.5 averoge] ... 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 was born April 26, 1982 
... son of Linda and Lawrence Leake ... a letters and sci- 
ences major. 



The word that best describes me is: Unique 

My favorite moment as a Terp was: Becoming close 

friends with the players and putting on the uniform 
My ambition after football is: To become a graphic 

designer or an advertiser 
One word to describe Coach Friedgen: Honest 
The best thing about game day is: The focus of every 

player on the gome 



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6-2 » 193 ♦ So-ltf 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
(George 
Washington) 



My goal for the 200 I season is: To help my learn 
make it to a bowl gome and perform to the level 
that I know I am capable of 

Someday I would like to take a trip to: Hawaii 

My ideal pre-game ritual is: To pray and to keep a 
picture of my mother in my helmet 

One word to describe Coach Friedgen: Honest 



WILLIAMS 



On Williams: Talented young wideout who figures to play 
a key role in Maryland's receiving corps tall, athletic re- 
ceiver with good speed ... can also serve as a backup long 
snapper ... in the mix for playing time at one of the receiver 
spots heading into fall. 

2000 (Redshirt Freshman): Appeared in 10 of 11 games as 
a redshirt freshman ... played a significant role in Maryland's 
wideout rotation, catching nine passes for 113 yards (12.6 
average) ... recorded a career-best three catches (for 27 
yards) in the season finale vs. Georgia 
Tech ... also had a pair of receptions in 
the season opener vs. Temple ... had a 
season-best 36-yard reception vs. Middle 
Tennessee State 

1999 (Freshman 

Redshirt season. 

High School: A 
1999 graduate of 
George Washing- 
ton High School in 
Philadelphia, Pa. ... 
earned first team a 
city and first team oil 
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 
Philadelphia Daily News ... was 
one of 10 players in the Philadel 
phia area to receive a Maxwe 
Award for academic and athletic 
excellence ... had three inter- 
ceptions 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 GWHS to 
sign with the Terps, joining 
teammates Scott Smith and 
Bruce Perry. 

Personal: Jafar Siddiq Williams was born July 21, 1980 ,.. 
son of Rasheeda Williams ... majoring in communications 

Career Statistics 




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Strong Safety 
6-1.1 85 .Jr-TR 

Lanham, Md. 
(Duval/ Towson) 





On Williams: A transfer from nearby Towson University who 
will redshirt this season due to NCAA transfer rules ... came 
to Maryland as a walk-on but was granted a scholarship by 
the end of spring ... a player with good size who was very 
impressive in the spring ... physical player who is versatile 
enough to play any position in the defensive backfield 

... primarily played cornerback at Towson but will likely 

play free safety at Maryland 

2000 (Towson): A nine-game starter at cornerback ... 
finished the season with 42 tackles (32 solo) . also 
had two tackles for loss and 10 pass break-ups, third- 
most on the team ... team defense held opponents to 
55.9 yards per game passing ... returned one punt for 
22 yards. 

1999 (Towson): Appeared in all 11 games including two 
starts ... spent most of the season as a backup cornerback 
but two starts came at strong safety ... made 53 tackles, 
had an interception, broke up seven passes and forced a 
pair of fumbles had a career-high 10 tackles at Fordham. 

High School: A 1999 graduate of DuVal High School in 
Seabrook, Md. ... a two-year starter at cornerback ... an 
all-county selection ... also lettered in track and baseball ... 
was a state qualifier in the 110-meter hurdles ... high school 
coach was Henry Brady. 

Personal: Madieu Mohamed Williams was born October 
18, 1981 in Sierra Leone, West Africa ... son of Abigail 
Burscher ,., majoring in kinesiology. 



Receiving GGS Rec 
2000 10-0 9 



Yds 

113 



Avg 
12.6 



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If I lost all of my possessions except for one, I would 
keep my: laptop 

The best piece of advice I ever received was: Be pa- 
tient, your time will come 

My ideal pre-game meal or ritual is: Eating pasta and 
praying before game lime 

One word to describe Coach Friedgen: Excellence 



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5-11 » 183 «So.-1V 
Upper Marlboro, 
Md,(PeMatha) 



On Wilson: Confident cornerback who possesses all the 
skills necessary to succeed ... runs well and possesses strong 
cover skills ... local product who enters fall drills listed No. 
2 on the depth chart at cornerback behind 2000 starter 
Curome Cox. 

2000 (Freshman): Saw significant playing time (six games, 
one start) as a backup during his true freshman season be- 
fore suffering a knee injury in the Clemson game, which 
kept him sidelined for the remainder of the season .., to- 
taled 16 tackles in the first six contests of the year, including 
a career-high six stops (five solos) at West Virginia and five 
solo tackles at Clemson ... lone start came in the Clemson 
game. 

High School: A 2000 graduate of 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-slate in addition to pulling 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 was born March 31, 1982 ... 
son of Tyrone Wilson and Gwen Mumford ... majoring in 
letters and sciences. 



Career Statistics 



Defense G-GS UT 

2000 6-1 14 



AT 

2 



TT 

16/2.7 



TFL Sacks Int 
0-0 0.0-0 



The word that best describes me is: Aggressive 
If I could spend a day with anybody, it would be: 

Ray Lewis 
My ambition after football is: To become a head 

coach 
One word to describe Coach Friedgen: Respect 
The best thing about game day is: Knowing you're 

on a stage and you must perform 



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Offensive Tackle 
6-4 . 339 » Fr-HS 



Winston-Salem. N.C. (Carver) 

High School: A four-year letlerwinner ond 2001 graduate 
of Carver High School in Winston-Salem, N.C ... started 
oil four years at right tackle ... also spent time his first two 
years on the defensive line . . a consensus first team all-state 
selection as a junior and senior was the only junior in the 
slate to earn first team honors was also an All-North Pied- 
mont Conference selection and that conference's offensive 
player of the year as a senior ... was selected to play in the 
North Carolina Shrine Bowl All-Star game rated by 
ESPN com s Tom Lemming as one of the top 25 offensive 
line recruits in the country ... helped team to over 6,000 
yards rushing in four years ... Carver ran up a 63-3 record 
in that span, winning the 1998 Class 3A State Champion- 
ship along the way ... CHS went 14] in 2000, winning 14 
straight before falling in the state semifinals . threw the shot 
put for the track team was olso recruited by Virginia Tech, 
NC State, South Carolina and Virginia high school coach 
was Keith Wilkes, 

Personal: Russell Jimi Bonham was born May 2, 1983... is 
the son of Jimmie and Carmen Bonham ... maintained a 3.1 
GPA ... planned major is physical education ... nickname is 
"Big Russ" ... uncle, Bracy Bonham, was a North Carolina 
high school star who ultimately played in the NFL (Pittsburgh 
Steelers) ... wears size 16 shoes ... majoring in letters ond 



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Free Safety 



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61 •190«Jr,TR 



Ephrata, Pa. (Ephrata/Lackawanna JCi 

Junior College: Attended Lackawanna Junior College in 
Scranton, Pa. ... a two-year starter at safety ... had 28 tack- 
les, five interceptions and seven PBUs in 2000 to go along 
with two fumble recoveries and one forced fumble ... tied 
for second nationally among junior college players as a 
freshman with seven interceptions ... also had 54 tackles, 
two sacks and seven pass breakups that season ... was a 
second team NJCAA All-American as a sophomore an 
! honorable mention All-American by JC Gridwire in 2000 
... was an All-Northeast Football Conference selection both 
years ... UC finished 10-1 after posting its first perfect regu- 
lar season in school history ... team finished the yeor ranked 
10" in the nation and was sixth in total defense ... team lost 
to Middle Georgia CC in the Golden Isles Bowl ... was also 
recruited out of UC by West Virginia, Pittsburgh, Tennessee 
and Syracuse ... junior college coach was Mark Duda, a 
former Terrapin offensive lineman under Ralph Friedgen. 



High School: A 1998 graduate of Ephrata High School in 
Ephrata, Pa. ... a three-year starler who saw playing lime at 
wide receiver and defensive back ,., had 30 catches for 
461 yards and seven touchdowns as a senior despite miss- 
ing the last four games of the season wilh on injured knee ,., 
was a first team All-Lancaster/Lebanon League selection as 
a wide receiver and defensive back and was named that 
league's Offensive Player of the Year in '98 ... was a first 
team all-section choice ot WR and DB as a junior ... had a 
career-high 56 receptions os a junior. 

Personal: Jamal Chance was born January 26, 1981 ...is 
the son of Jean Chance ... plonned major is computer sci- 



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6-2. 2 15» Fr-HS 



Forestville, Md. 

(Parkdale/Fork Union Military! 

Prep: A 2001 graduate of Fork Union Military Academy in 
Fork Union, Va. ... played tailback and ran for 320 yards 
and four touchdowns in four games ... F.U.M.A, had two 
other backs who verbally committed at Division l-A schools 
(Raymond Kirkley, Pittsburgh; Leshon Peoples, Indiana] ... 
clocked al 4.5 in the 40 ... Fork Union is the same military 
academy attended by teammate Mike Whaley ... coached 
by Mickey Sullivan. 

High School: Attended Parkdale High School in Riverdale 
Md. ... was a standout tailback and linebacker at PHS ... 
ran for 1,610 yards and 18 TDs as a senior top game of 
his senior season came against High Point when he scored 
four TDs (two rush, one kickoff return, one int.) ... notched 
14 tackles ond an interception return for a TD in his first 
career game at LB ... team went 6-4 in 1999 ... selected as 
an honorable mention All-Americon by USA Today and a 
consensus all-state pick at linebacker ... a first learn All-Metro 
selection by the Washington Postal LB . . . the Posf also named 
him an honorable mention All-Met running back ... a first 
team Big School all-slate selection by the Associated Press 
... a PrepStor All-American and a Mid-Atlantic all-region 
selection by SuperPrep ... named a second team All-Ameri- 
can by Max Emfinger ... olso competed in track ... initially 
signed with North Carolina out of high school ... was also 
recruited by Pittsburgh, Miami and Auburn ... high school 
coach was Bob Johnson. 

Personal: Jason Davon Crawford wos born April 11, 1982 
... is the son ofJ.D. Gross and Saone Jones ... father ployed 
for the Terrapins from 1981-83 and was coached by Ralph 
Friedgen ... majoring in criminal justice. 



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Linebacker 



6-3 • 238 . Fr-HS 



Hyattsville. Md. (Northwestern) 

High School: A 2001 graduate of Northwestern High 
School in Hyattsville, Md. ... was with the Terrapins in the 
spring as he fulfilled his high school requirements early ... a 
three-year varsity starter who saw playing lime at linebacker 
and running back had 80 tackles, six sacks and one in- 
terception as a senior ... scored four TDs in '00 (two rush, 
one rec, and one FR) ... had 63 tackles and three sacks as 
a junior ... also ran for over 250 yords in '99 ... earned his 
team's Hammer Award as a senior as NHS's hardest hitter 
... named to the Maryland team which plays Virginia in the 
Super 44 all-star game between prep standouts from the 
two states .. also played in the Prince George's County All- 
Star Game ... helped Northwestern to its first ever playoff 
game in his junior season ... NHS went 10-2 that season ... 
lettered in basketball as well ... was recruited by UMoss, 
Marshall and Howard high school coach was Ed Shields. 

Personal: Ricardo DeAngilo Dickerson was born July 10, 
1982 ... is the son of Sonya Dickerson and Ricky Kelly .. 
majoring in letters and sciences. 



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Offensive Tackle 



6.6»316.Ff..HS 



Crofton, Md, (PeMatha) 



High School: A 2001 graduate of DeMatha High School in 
Hyattsville, Md somewhat of a late bloomer, his senior 
year was his first as a starter ... came on strong, however, as 
DeMatha's starting quick tackle as he did not give up a sack 
for the Stags in their final six games of 2000 ... has quick feet 
and excels at pulling ... played half the season before being 
diagnosed with a stress fracture in his foot ... decided to play 
the season out and then found out at season's end that he 
had fractures in both feet ... has benched 340 pounds and 
squatted 500 ... was named a consensus all-state offensive 
lineman by the Associated Press ... also earned an AP nod os 
a first team Big School all-state selection ... named first team 
All-Metro by the Washington Pigskin Club ... an honorable 
mention All-Metro pick by the Washington Post... a SuperPrep 
Mid-Atlantic all-region selection ... rated as the state's num- 
ber five prospect at offensive line heading into the season by 
ESPN. corns Tom Lemming ... team went 11-1 his senior year, 
winning the WCAC title and earning a No. 2 final ranking in 
the state ... team averaged 34.8 points per game over its last 
11 games of 2000 ... an outstanding program, DeMatha 
has racked up a 176-27-3 record in the last 19 years ... played 
baseball as a freshman and sophomore ... was also recruited 
by Penn State, Virginia, West Virginia and Georgia ... high 
school coach was Bill McGregor. 

Personab Timothy Patrick Donovan was bom June 10, 1983 ... 
is the son of Colleen and Tim Donovan, Sr. ... a letters and sci- 
ences major whose planned major is business administration. 



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Bethesda. Md. (Walt Whitman) 

High School: A three-year letterwinner and 2001 graduate 
of Walt Whitman High School in Bethesda, Md. ... a three- 
year varsity letterwinner and two-and-a-half year varsity 
starter at both offensive tackle and inside linebacker ... had 
42 tackles, two sacks, seven tackles for loss and one inter- 
ception on the defensive side of the ball as a senior ... an 
All-Montgomery County selection by the Montgomery Jour- 
nal as a junior and senior ... also earned all-county honors 
as selected by Montgomery County head coaches an 
all-league selection by the Washington Post ... also played 
baseball and basketball in his freshman and sophomore 
years ... named to the Super 44 all-star team ... also drew 
interest from Michigan State and NC State ... high school 
coach was Dean Swink. 

Personal: William Michael Ferguson was born November 
21, 1982 in Bethesda, Md. ... is the son of Heather Ferguson 
... has a pair of uncles who played football at Maryland 
(John Forbes, 1957-58, and Bill Kirchiro, 1959-61) ... ma- 
joring in letters and sciences. 

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Cornerback 

5-1 LI 75 .Fr-HS 

RandaHstown, Md. (Western Tech) 



High School: A foil 2000 graduate of Western Tech High 
School in Baltimore ... was with the Terrapins in the spring 
as he fulfilled his high school requirements early ... a three- 
year starter at defensive back and tailback ... also handled 
kick returns ... racked up 4,871 career all-purpose yards 
and a school-record 21 TDs ... ran for 1,369 yards (school 
record] and 13 TDs as a senior ... also caught three TDs, 
passed for four and ran two kicks back for scores ... ac- 
counted for 2,037 all-purpose yards as a senior ... as a CB, 
recorded a school-record 14 interceptions... had 170 yards 
rushing and scored on a 62-yard run in the inaugural 1-95 
Challenge Senior All-Star Football Classic en route to be- 
ing named the game's MVP ... rushed for 1,040 yards, had 
73 tackles and five interceptions as a junior ... an All-Ameri- 
can and Mid-Atlantic all-region selection by SuperPrep ... 
was the third-rated player in the region overall and the sixth- 
rated defensive back in the nation by SuperPrep ... a con- 
sensus all-slate defensive back and Big School All-State 
choice by Associated Press ... earned first team All-Metro 
and All-Baltimore County honors from the Baltimore Sun ... 
a first team all-county pick at DB as a junior ... timed at 
4.35 in the 40 at the Super 100 Combine for high school 
seniors ... selected to play in the Super 44 all-star game 
although he could not play because he was already in 
school at Maryland ... was the first ever Division l-A foot- 
ball recruit from Western HS carried GPA of better than 
3.7... ran track as a freshman but gave it up to concentrate 
on football ... lists NC State, Purdue and Pittsburgh among 
the 13 scholarship offers he received ... high school coach 
was Jason Blind. 



Personal: Domonique Foxworth was born March 27, 1983 
... is the son of Lorinzo and Karin Foxworth ... a letters and 
sciences major whose planned major is computer science. 



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Alexandria, lb. (T.C. Williams) 

High School: A four-year varsity letterwinner and 2001 
graduate of T.C. Williams High School in Alexandria, Va. 
... his high school was the focal point of the recent movie, 
"Remember the Titans" ... as a senior in 2000, he finished 
fifth in his region for receptions (25) ... was a second team 
All-Patriot District selection as a tight end/defensive end ... 
was named his team's MVP, most outstanding offensive per- 
former and served as a team captain ... also was captain of 
his basketball team, helping the squad to a Northern Re- 
gion championship and a spot in the final four ... as a jun- 
ior, tied the school's single-season record for sacks (13)... 
high school coach was Eric Henderson. 

Personal: James Terrance Gibson was born April 7, 1983 ... 
the son of James and Teri Gibson ... has one younger sister... 
interviewed extensively by media outlets which did feature 
stories on his high school football program around the time of 
the release of the motion picture, "Remember the Titans" ... 
plans to major in architecture or communications. 



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Midlothian, Va. (James Riwer) 

High School: A 2001 graduate of James River High School 
in Midlothian, Va. primarily played guard, but also spent 
time on the defensive front in critical situations ... started 10 
games at guard as a senior, missing one due to a knee sprain 
... described by his coach as JRHS's best lineman on both 
sides of the ball ... helped his team's offense to an average 
of over 300 yards and 32 points per game, both school 
records . is the first player in the young history of his school 
to earn all-state honors and is also its first-ever Division I schol- 
arship athlete (there have been two l-AA football players, 
but no others at D-l in any sport) ... consensus first team all- 
state and all-region selection ... named first team all-district 
by The Richmond Times... competed in wrestling as a sopho- 
more and junior, earning all-district honors in 1998 ... team 
went 9-2 in 2000, the best record in school history , , , James 
River - which was founded in 1993 - had a record of 9-41 
in its first five years of existence ... it has gone 15-6 in its last 
two was also recruited by East Carolina ... high school 
coach was Chris Bell. 

Personal: Jason O'Neil Holman was born April 28, 1983 
... is the son of Jerome and Ruby Holman ... is a pre-phar- 
macy major. 



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District Heights. Md. (Suitland) 

High School: A 2001 graduate of Suitland High School in 
Forestville, Md. ... a three-year starter on the offensive line 
... started at offensive tackle as a junior and guard as a 
sophomore and senior ... an aggressive run blocker with 
quick enough feet to be effective in pass protection 
notched a safety as a defensive tackle in the Prince George's 
County High School Coaches Association All-Slar game ... 
has benched 385 and impressed coaches by benching 225 
a total of 26 times at the Nike Football Camp on the Penn 
State campus ... a consensus all-state and first team Big 
School all-state selection by the Associated Press ... a first 
team All-Metro choice by the Washington Post ... an all- 
state and all-county pick by the PG Journal ... was a Wash- 
ington Post all-league selection as a sophomore ... rated 
the 1 1 '''-best player in the Mid-Atlantic region by SuperPrep 
... was a second team all-county and honorable mention 
All-Metro selection as a junior ... called the consensus choice 
among college recruiters as the top offensive lineman in 
the state team went 11-2 his senior year, making it all the 
way to the state finals ... SHS was county champ the year 
before with an 8-3 record ... competed in track and wres- 
tling as well ... was also recruited by Boston College, Geor- 
gia, Michigan, North Carolina, Penn State and Stanford ... 
high school coach was Nick Lynch. 

Personal: Raheem Olajuwan Lewis was born July 4, 1983 
... is the son of Dino and Tanya Belk ... maintains a 3.7 
GPA ... majoring in criminal justice ... nickname is "Radio" 
after the character "Radio Raheem" in Spike Lee's movie 
"Do The Right Thing." 

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Columbia, Md. (Howard) 



High School: A 2001 graduate of Howard High School in 
Ellicott City, Md ... as a senior, rushed 117 times for 825 
yards, caught lOpasses for 228yards, and scored 11 touch- 
downs ... on defense, totaled 43 tackles and two intercep- 
tions ... as a junior, rushed for 1,423 yards and scored 18 
touchdowns ,., was named Associated Press Small School 
all-state honorable mention as a defensive back as a senior 
named to SuperPrep s all-region team .a preseason 
Mid-Atlantic all-region choice by PrepStar ... played his fi- 
nal season of prep ball at Howard High School after trans- 
ferring from the Cardinal Gibbons School in Baltimore ... 
was also recruited by Boston College and Virginia ... high 
school coach was Vince Parnell. 

Personal: Gerrick Harold McPhearson was born Decem- 
ber 29, 1983 ... son of Kim and Gerrick McPhearson ... 
majoring in letters and sciences ... father played defensive 
back ot Boston College and with the New England Palri- 



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High School: A 2001 graduate o( Wilde take High School 
in Columbia, Md ... one of the fastest Division I prospects 
in the state of Maryland (4 37 in the 40] ... rushed for 1,743 
yards and 21 touchdowns as a senior on defense, to- 
taled 74 tackles, eight pass breakups, six TFL's, two sacks, 
one interception and one fumble recovery ... selected to 
play in the allfirst AllStar Game following his senior season 
and returned a kickoff 81 yards for a touchdown to lead 
the Metro all stars to victory .... had a 313-yard rushing 
performance as a senior against long Reach, scoring on 
touchdown runsof 83, 65, 45 and 64 yards ... highly deco- 
rated player as a senior in 2000, earning SuperPrep All- 
American honors in the "athlete" category ... also earned 
consensus oil-stale honors from the Associated Press in ad- 
dition to being named Gatorade Maryland Stale Player of 
the Year ... a Baltimore Sun All-Metro first team and Wosn- 
ington Post All-Mel honorable mention pick as a running 
back ... a preseason Mid-Atlantic all-region choice by 
PrepStar ... was a second team Baltimore Sun All-Metro 
selection as a junior in 1999, totaling 1,050 rushing yards 
and 13 touchdowns ... was also recruited by Penn State ... 
high school coach was Douglas DuVall 

Personal: Mario Eduard Merrills was born January 23, 1983 
...son of Shirley and Albert Merrills ... a letters and sciences 
major planning on pursuing a degree in kinesiology. 



MILLER 



Newark. Del. (Newark Academy ) 

High School: A four-year letterwinner and 1999 graduate 
of Newark (Del.) High School . a four-year varsity starter 
who rushed for 3,188 yards in his career while helping 
Newark High to a Delaware record four consecutive ap- 
pearances in the stale championship game ... as a senior, 
rushed for 1,320 yards and 14 touchdowns ... rushed for 
710 yards as a junior when he was an honorable mention 
all-state selection on a 12-0 slate championship winning 
team ... was a two-time 1,000-yard rusher during his ca- 
reer, totaling 1,060 yards as a sophomore in 1996 when 
he earned first team all-league and second team all-state 
accolades ... was the first freshman ever to start at defen- 
sive back in Newark High history ... was an honorable 
mention USA Today All- American ... also earned first team 
all-stale and first team All-Blue Hen Conference (Flight A) 
honors after leading team to a 12-0 record and a second 
consecutive state title in '98 ... played on teams that com- 
piled an aggregate record of 43-5 and played in the state 
championship game all four seasons ... was a first team all- 
state selection in track (4x100 relay) as a sophomore ... 
was also recruited by Syracuse, Michigan State and Ne- 
braska out of high school ... high school coach was Butch 
Simpson. 

Personal: Richard Wayne Parson was born May 16, 1980 
... son of Kim and Wayne Parson ... majoring in letters and 
sciences. 



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Carlisle. Pa. (Boiling Springs) 



Defensive Tackle 
6-3 ♦ 260 ♦ Fr-HS 



High School: A 2001 graduate of Boiling Springs (Pa.) 
High School ... played tight end and defensive end as a 
senior ... helped his team allow just 9.6 points per game on 
defense in 2000 ... totaled 123 tackles (51 solos| and 21 
sacks in addition to catching 25 passes for 423 yards and 
five touchdowns ... set school career records by a tight end 
for receptions, receiving yards and touchdowns ... is the 
Bubblers' first-ever Division I football signee ... helped BSHS 
to the district playoffs and a 9-1 overall record in 2000, 
equaling the most wins by the school in 49 years ... named 
to the All-Sentinel All-Star team as a tight end/defensive 
end ... was a three-way first team All-Mid-Penn League se- 
lection, earning recognition as o tight end, defensive end 
and placekicker ... also named second team all-league as 
a punter selected team most valuable player as a senior 
... runs a reported sub-4.7 40-yard dash and has benched 
1320 pounds ... is also an outstanding baseball player (first 
Ibose) ... was also recruited by Boston College 

Personal: Derek A. Miller was bornjune 10, 1983 ... son 
of Connie and Jon Miller... majoring in letters and sciences. 



Frederick, Md. (Frederick) 



High School: A 2001 graduate of Frederick (Md.) High 
School ... a three-year starter at defensive tackle who also 
saw action on the offensive line ... as a senior in 2000, was 
named Associated Press honorable mention all-state as a 
defensive linemen in addition to pulling down first team All- 
Central League honors for the second consecutive year ... 
a first team all-area selection by the Frederick Post... named 
the top lineman in Frederick as a junior ... a preseason Mid- 
Atlantic all-region selection by PrepStar ... was also one of 
the top wrestlers in the state. 

Personal: Akil Sadiki Patterson was born January 23, 1983 
... son of Rhonda and Keith Patterson ... majoring in gov- 
ernment and politics ... is interested in a career in politics. 



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Fort Washington. Md. (Oxon Hill) 

High School: A 2001 graduate of Oxon Hill (Md.) High 
School ... started at offensive tackle and recorded a team- 
high six pancake blocks as a senior . two-year team cap- 
tain as a senior in 2000, was named second teom Asso- 
ciated Press Big School all-stole, second team All-Met by 
the Washington Post and first teom All-Prince George's 4A 
League ... also was named first team All-Gazette and first 
team all-county by the Prince George's Journal ... named 
to the Washington, DC Pigskin Club All-Metro team ... sec- 
ond team all-county by the PC journal as a junior... a three- 
year starter who played both ways during his prep career 
... threw the shot put for OHHS's track team ... an honor 
student ... high school coach was Clifton Haskins. 

Personal: Matthew Devon Powell was born January 19, 
1983 ... son of Yvonne and Michael Powell ... majoring in 
letters and sciences. 



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U pper Arlington, Ohio (Upper Arlington) 

High School: Two-year varsity starter and 2001 graduate of 
Upper Arlington (Ohio) High School ... posted a 25-1 record 
as his team's storting quarterback . helped lead Upper Ar- 
lington to a 1 5-0 mark and the state title as a senior in 2000 
... named first team All-OCC and honorable mention all-dis- 
trict ... completed 105 of 177 passes for 1,828 yards and 
18 touchdowns ... also rushed for 220 yards and six touch- 
downs ... as a junior, led team to o 10-2 mark ... named first 
team All-OCC and honorable mention all-district after com- 
pleting 101 of 183 passes for 1,644 yards and 20 touch- 
downs . . also rushed for 31 yards and eight touchdowns . 
competed on the track team as a sprinter. 

Personal: Brian Michael Ramey was born Sept. 24, 1982 ... 
son of Denny Ramey ond Jenny Walker . . . has one older sister. 



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High School: Three-year varsity letterwinner and 2001 
graduate of O'Neill High School ... as a senior, was named 
first team all-section (coaches) and first team Class C Back 
of the Year after totaling 1,450 all-purpose yards and scor- 
ing 13 touchdowns ... also led the team in tackles and re- 
corded five interceptions ... helped his team to an 8-2 record 
and an OCIAA title ... named team MVP as a junior, 
totaled 1,050 yards receiving and was named team MVP 
in addition to pulling down first team All-OCIAA honors ... 
was his team MVP in basketball as a senior 

Personal: Aaron Louis Smith was born October 29, 1983 
... son of Arnold and Joyce Smith ... has two brothers ... 
plans to major in letters and sciences. 



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Waldorf. Md. (Westlake) 



High School: A 2001 graduate of Westlake High School 
in Waldorf, Md. ... totaled 101 tackles in eight games (12.6 
average) despite missing two games with an injury ... also 
had four sacks, two fumble recoveries and blocked one punl 
... captured second team all-state honors as a linebacker 
from the Associated Press as a senior in 2000 ... was named 
to SuperPrep's all-region team ... named first team All-South- 
ern Maryland Athletic Conference as a senior ... finished 
his career as the school's third-leading tackier, totaling 216 
stops in three varsity seasons ... team captain and team 
defensive MVP as a senior ...three-year starter who played 
tight end as a sophomore and linebacker as a junior and 
senior ... teammate of fellow '01 recruit Randy Storks ... 
also lettered in basketball and track ... high school coach 
was Dom Zaccarelli. 

Personal: Maurice Dion Smith was born March 25, 1983 
... son of Karen and Dan Smith ,.. majoring in letters and 
sciences. 



Defensive Line 

6-5 » 290 • Fr.HS 



Waldorf. Md. (Westlake! 



High School: A 2001 graduate of Westlake High School 
in Waldorf, Md. ... totaled 77 tackles, seven sacks and two 
forced fumbles in 2000 despite being the focus of double 
teams throughout the season ... totaled 194 tackles in his 
varsity career three-year starter who played mostly of- 
fensive tackle as a sophomore and defensive tackle and 
offensive tackle as a junior and senior ... a SuperPrep All- 
America selection as a senior in 2000 ... rated the eighth- 
best defensive lineman in the country and the second-best 
player (at any position] overall in the Mid-Atlantic region 
by SuperPrep ... one of SuperPrep's 69 high-profile signees 
of '01 ... was named first team Associated Press Big School 
all-state as a senior ... a preseason Mid-Atlantic all-region 
selection by PrepStar ... also named first team All-Southern 
Maryland Athletic Conference for the second straight sea- 
son ... named the state's top lineman by ESPN. corn's Tom 
Lemming ... team captain as a senior ... honorable mention 
all-state as a junior after recording 67 tackles, six sacks 
and two forced fumbles ... named to George Michael's 
"Golden 11" all-star team in 1999 ... honorable mention 
All-Met as a junior ... ended his career No. 3 all-time in 
school history with 17 sacks ... reportedly benches 320 
pounds and has a 32-inch vertical leap ... teammate of fel- 
low '01 recruit Maurice Smith ... a three-year letterman in 
basketball ... finished his prep career with 1,011 points and 
682 rebounds ... named Southern Maryland's basketball 
Player of the Year by the Washington Post... team finished 
23-3 and second in the state his senior year ... was the 
leading scorer and rebounder in southern Maryland as a 
junior ... selected Maryland over Penn State, Virginia Tech 
and several others ... high school coach was Dom Zaccarelli. 

Personal: Randolph Storks was born December 14, 1983 
... son of Beverly and Randolph Starks ... majoring in letters 
and sciences. 



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Woodbine, Md. (South Carroll) 

High School: A two-year varsity letterwinner and 2001 
graduate of South Carroll High School in Sykesville, Md 
two-way player who saw action at right tackle on of- 
fense and tackle on defense ... was a second team All- 
Carroll County selection as a senior ... earned all-county 
honors in wrestling (heavyweight) and track (shot put) as a 



Personal: Michael Benjamin Steele was born September 
9, 1983 ... son of Jim and Christie Steele ... has four broth- 
ers ... plans to major in engineering. 



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Sandy Springs, Md. (Sherwood) 

High School: A three-year letterwinner and 2001 gradu- 
ate of Sherwood High School in Sandy Spring, Md. ... a 
two-year starter who threw for over 2,500 yards as a junior 
and senior ... as a senior, passed for 1,189 yards and 11 
touchdowns ... had a career completion percentage of 59 
percent ... an All-Montgomery 4A and all-state honorable 
mention as a senior ... earned a spot on the Super 44 all- 
star team ... team went 27-8 in his three years and made it 
to the state championship game in 2000 ... also lettered in 
baseball and track ... high school coach was Bob Milloy. 

Personal: Shai Israel Warsaw was born May 7, 1983, in 
Jerusalem, Israel ... son of Lewis and Gina Warsaw ... a 
Maryland distinguished scholar ... majoring in computer 
science. 



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High School: A three-year letterwinner and 2001 gradu- 
ate of Dunbar High School in Washington, D.C. ... in his 
three years at DHS, he totaled 20 interceptions, 198 tack- 
les and 12 caused fumbles ... named the Washington Post 
Defensive Player of the Year as a senior in 2000 ... tabbed 
by the Post as one of "the Washington area's hardest hit- 
ters" ... was a SuperPrep All-America selection who totaled 
58 tackles, three interceptions and caused four fumbles as 
a senior ... rated the 13th-best defensive back in the coun- 
try and fifth-best player overall in the Mid-Atlantic region 
by SuperPrep ... team went 9-3 and won its third straight 
DCIAA championship in 2000 was a preseason Mid- 
Atlantic all-region choice by PrepStar ... named lo George 
Michael's "Golden 1 1 " All-Star team as a senior ... totaled 
more than 1 00 tackles, nine interceptions and 1 pass break- 
ups as a junior in capturing All-Met and all-league recogni- 
tion ... was also recruited by Pittsburgh and Michigan State 
... high school coach was Craig Jefferies 

Personal: Marcus Joseph Wimbush was born November 1, 
1982 ... son of Jacqueline and Jessie Smith .., majoring in 
letters and sciences. 



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General Information 

location. Chapel Hill, NC 27515 
Founded: 1789 
Enrollment: 24,635 
Nickname: Tar Heels 
Colors: Carolina Blue, White 
Stadium: Kenan Memorial (60,000) 
Surface: Natural grass 
Conference: Atlantic Coast 
Chancellor: Dr James Moeser 
Athletic Director: Dick Baddou 







History 



First Year of Football: 1888 

All-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: 600-425-54 



Sports Information 



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SID: Steve Kirschner 

Office 919-962-7258 

Home: 919-484-0664 

E-Mail: skirschner@uncaa unc edu 
Football SID: Kevin Best 

Office: 919-962-8916 

Home 919-484-1424 
E-Mail: kbest@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: 2 nd Floor, Dean Smith Center, Skipper Bowles 

Drive, Chapel Hill, NC 27515 
Web Site Address: www tarheelblue.com 

MediaTeamlink Information 

Releases, statistics, rosters and other information are available 
by accessing www mediateamlink.com. You can have docu- 
ments delivered directly to your e-mail and/or fax machine 
the moment they are updated. You can also view documents 
online 



Coaching Staff 



Head Coach. John Bunting, North Carolina '72 

Career Record. 38-14-2 (5) 

At North Carolina: First Year 

Football Office Phone: 919-966-2575 

Best Time to Reach Coach: Through SID 

Weekly Press Conference: Tuesday 

Assistant Coaches: Gunter Brewer, WR; Rod Broadway, DT, Ken 

Browning, TE; Robbie Caldwell, OL; Dave Huxtable, LB; 

Andre' Powell, RB, Jon Tenuta, DC/DB; Gary Tranquill, OC/ 

QB, James Webster, AHC/DE. 



Team Information 



2000 Record: 6-5 

2000 Conference Record: 3-5(T-6 ,fc ) 

2000 Final Rankings: n/a 

Basic Offense: Multiple I 

Basic Defense: Multiple 4-3 

lettermen Returning/lost: A7/U 

Starters Returning/Lost: 16/10 

Honors Candidates 



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Ronald Curry, QB; Julius Peppers, DE, LB; Errol Hood. 

Offensive Starters Returning 

Bosley Allen, WR; Kory Bailey, WR; Ronald Curry, QB; Adam Melts, 
C; Isaac Morford, OG; Willie Parker, TB; Brandon Russell, TB. 

Defensive Starters Returning 

DeFonte Coleman, S; Errol Hood, CB; Quincy Monk, LB; Julius 
Peppers, DE; Anthony Perkins, DT; Ryan Sims, DT; Michael 
Waddell, CB. 



Series History 



Series Record: North Carolina leads 35-27-1 

Series at Maryland: Maryland leads 15-11-0 

Series at UNC: North Carolina leads 19-11-1 

Neutral: North Carolina leads 5-1-0 

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: 2000 (13-10) 

Current Series Streak: North Carolina has won 1 

Maryland's largest Margin of Victory 38 (38-0, 1989; 45-7, 

1999) 
UNO's largest Margin of Victory. 43 (43-0, 1929) 



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Ronald Curry, QB 


11-11 


119 


351 


2.9 


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Passing 


G-GS 


PA 


PC 


Pel 


Yds 


TD 


Int 


Ronald Curry, QB 


11-11 


304 


163 


536 


2325 


11 


12 


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G-GS 


Rec 


Yds 


Avg 


YPG 


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Bosley Allen, WR 


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159 


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11-11 


32 


550 


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410 


141 


373 


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44 


20 


64 


1 


15 


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General Information 



Location Ypsilanti, Ml 48197 

Founded 1849 

Enrollment: 23,000 

Nickname: Eagles 

Colors: Green, White 

Stadium: Rynearson Stadium (30,200) 

Surface: Astroturf 

Conference: Mid-American 

President: Dr Samuel A Kirkpatrick 

Athletic Director: Dave Diles 



History. 




First Year of Football 1891 

All-Time Bowl Record 1-1 

Years in Postseason Ploy 2 

Last Postseason Appearance 1987 California Bowl 

Result: Defeated San Jose State, 30-27 

All-Time Record: 402 438-47 



Sports Information 



Football SID Jim Streeler 

Office: 734-487-0317 

Home 734-485-3221 

E-Mail: jim streeter@emich.edu 
Asst SID: John Martin 

Home 734-547-2409 

E-Mail |ohn martin@emich.edu 
Fax: 734-485-3840 
Press Box Phone: 734-481-0014 
SID Mailing Address: Sports Information, Convocation Center, 

Room 307, Ypsilanti, Ml 48197 
Overnight Address: 799 Hewitt Rd., Ypsilanti, Ml 48197 
Web Site Address www emich edu/goeagles 

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Coaching Staff 



Head Coach Jeff Woodruff, Kent Stole '79 

Career Record: 3-8 (2] 

At EMU 3-8(2] 

Football Office Phone: 734-487-2160 

Best Time to Reach Coach: Daily, 1 1 o.m ■ I p.m. 

Weekly Press Conference: Tuesday 

Assistant Coaches Pete Alomar, OC/Ol; Billy Harris, DC/DB; 
Bob Diaco, RB/ST; Cory Conklin, QB Scott Schroeder, TE/ 
OT; Mike Cummings, DT; John Dignan, I LB; Mark Woodson, 
WR, 



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2000 Record 3-8 

2000 Conference Record: 2-3 (T-3" 1 Western Division) 

2000 Final Rankings: n/a 

Basic Offense: Multiple 

Basic Defense: Multiple 

lettermen Returning/lost: 35/22 

Starters Returning/lost: 1 3/9 



Honors Candidates 



Kenny Christian, WR; Kevin Walker, WR, Kenny Philpol, IB. 

Offensive Starters Returning 

John Grobowski, OT, Rich Chorak, OG; Cory Annert, C; Craig 
Gpa, OT; Kenny Christian, WR, Kevin Walker, WR. 

Defensive Starters Returning 

James Turner, DL; Jari Brown, DL; Kenny Philpot, LB; Scott Russell, 
IB; Andrae Brooks, DB; Maurice Ryland. DB, David Huff, 
DB. 



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Series History 



Series Record First Meeting 



Returning Statistical Leaders 



Rushing 

Ashantti Watson, RB 

Gary Stanford, RB 

Passing 

Troy Edwards, QB 

Receiving 

Kenny Christian, WR 
Kevin Walter, WR 
Jama! Stevens, WR 

Tackles 

Kenny Philpot, LB 
Scott Russell , LB 
Dovid Huff, SS 



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11-2 
7-1 

GGS 

5-0 

GGS 

10-10 

11-10 

11-0 

GGS 

11-10 

11-10 

11-6 



Alt 

85 

14 

PA 
13 

Rec 
78 
55 

14 

UT 
52 
43 
29 



Yds 

353 
36 

PC 
7 

Yds 
808 
721 
168 

AT 
56 
61 
44 



Avg 
4.2 

2.5 

Pet 
538 

Avg 
10.4 

13.1 
12.0 

TT 
108 
104 

73 



TD 
4 


Yds 
81 

YPG 

80.8 
65.5 



Int 

2 




TD 
1 

TD 
3 
5 


Sacks 
5 
5 




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15 
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Idaho 

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East Carolina 

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29-24 
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28-42 
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General Information 



Location Morgantown, WV 26505 

Founded 1867 

Enrollment: 22,300 

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 

Ail-Time Bowl Record: 9-12 

Years in Postseason Play: 21 

Last Postseason Appearance: 2000 Music City Bowl 

Result: Defeated Mississippi, 49-38 

All-Time Record: 603416-45 



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 Moiling Address: P.O. Box 0877, Morgantown, WV, 26507 
Overnight Address: 107 Coliseum, Morgantown, WV, 26507 
Web Site Address: www.MSNsportsNet.com 

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Coaching Staff 



Head Coach: Rich Rodriguez, West Virginia '86 

Career Record 47-44-2 (8) 

At WVU: First Year 

Football Office Phone: 304-293-4194 

Best Time to Reach Coach: Big East Conference call 

Weekly Press Conference: Tuesday 

Assistant Coaches: Rick Trickett, AHC/OL; Phil Elmassian, DC; 
Steve Bird, WR, Jeff Casteel, DL; Tony Gibson, DB; Todd Gra- 
ham, LB; Herb Hand, TE; Calvin Magee, RB; Bill Stewart, 
QB/STC 



Team Information 



2000 Record 7-5 

2000 Conference Record: 3-4 (T-4 * 

2000 Final Rankings: n/a 

Bosic Offense: Spread 

Basic Defense: 4-3 

Lettermen Returning/lost: 39/12 

Starters Returning/Lost: 1 5/9 

Honors Candidates 



Avon Cobourne, RB; Grant Wiley, LB; Shawn Hackett, DB; David 
Upchurch, DT; Phil Braxton, WR; Mark Fazzolari, P 

Offensive Starters Returning 

Avon Cobourne, TB; Antonio Brown, WR; Brad Lewis, QB; Brad 
Knell, OG. 

Defensive Starters Returning 

Antwan Lake, DT; David Upchurch, DT, Jason Davis, DE; Kyle 
Kayden, LB; Grant Wiley, LB; Shawn Hackett, DB; Richard 
Bryant, DB; Lance Frazier, DB. 



Series History 



Series Record West Virginia leads 19-17-2 

Series at Maryland Maryland leads 10-8-1 

Series at West Virginia: West Virginia leads 11-7-1 

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: 2000 (30-17) 

Current Series Streak: West Virginia 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, RB 

Cooper Rego, RB 

Passing 

Brad Lewis, QB 

Scott McBrien, QB 

Receiving 

Antonio Brown, WR 

Phil Braxton, WR 

Tackles 

Shawn Hackett, DB 
Kyle Kayden, LB 
Rick Sherrod, DB 



G-GS 
9-9 

11-2 

G-GS 
10-10 

10-1 

&GS 

11-11 

11-0 

&GS 
11-11 
11-11 

11-11 



Aft 

197 
132 

PA 

223 

99 

Rec 

45 

9 

UT 
63 
66 
56 



Yds 

940 
619 

PC 

108 
42 

Yds 
721 
237 

AT 
38 
33 

40 



Avg 
45 
3.9 

Pet 
484 
424 

Avg 

16.0 
263 

TT 
101 
99 
96 



TD 
6 
9 

Yds 
1501 
755 

YPG 
65.5 
215 

Int 
2 

2 



TD 



TD 
1 
1 

Sacks 

3 




Int 

7 
3 



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2 

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S15 

S22 

S29 

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NC State 

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Virginia 

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Duke 

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L 20-52 

L 7-37 

W 28-26 

L 6-35 

W 49-26 

L 14-32 



General Information 

Location. Winston-Salem, NC 27109 
Founded: 1834 
Enrollment: 3,850 
Nickname Demon Deacons 
Cofors. Old Gold, Black 
Stadium: Groves (33,941 ] 
Surloce: Natural gross 
Conference: Atlontic Coast 
President Dr Thomas K. Hearn, Jr. 
Athletic Director: Ron Wellman 



Coaching Staff 



Head Coach. Jim Grobe, Virginia '75 

Career Record. 33-33 1 (6) 

At WFU First Year 

Football Office Phone: 336-758-5631 

Best Time to Reach Coach Through SID 

Weekly Press Conference: Tuesday 

Assistant Coaches: Troy Calhoun, OC/QB, Keith Henry, OIB, 
Dean Hood, DC/DB; Brad Lambert, (LB, Steed Lobotzke, C/ 
OG; Ray McCartney, RC/DL, Billy Mitchell, AHC/RB/K, Jefl 
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First Year of Football: 1888 

All-Time Bowl Record: 3-2 

Years in Postseason Ploy: 5 

Last Postseoson Appearance: 1999 Jeep Aloha Bowl 

Result: Defeated Arizona State, 23-3 

All-Time Record: 3S2-542-3 



Team Information 



Sports Information 



Football SID Dean Buchan 

Office: 336-758 5640 

Home. 336-287-8954 

E-Mail: buchandw@wfu edu 
Assistant SID: Joanna Sparkman 

Home: 336-682-7342 

E-Mail: sparkmjj@wfvj.edu 
Assistant SID: Clara Andrews 

Home. 336-767-1335 

E-Mail: andrewca@wfu.edu 
Fax. 336-758-5140 
Press Box Phone: 336-759-9969 

SID Mailing Address: P.O. Box 7426, Winston-Salem, NC 271 09 
Overnight Address: 203 Athletic Center, Wingate Rd., Winston- 
Salem, NC 27109 
Web Site Address: www wakeforestsports.com 

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2000 Record 2-9 

2000 Conference Record 1-7(8" 

2000 Final Rankings: n/a 

Basic Offense: l-Pro 

Basic Defense 3-4 

tettermen Returning/Lost: 47/13 

Sfarfers Returning/Lost: 21/3 

Honors Candidates 



Vmce Azzolina, C; Nate Boiling, DT; Michael Collins, OT, Mar- 
quis Hopkins, LB » l 

Offensive Starters Returning 

Vince Azzolina, C, Tim Bennett, OL; Michael Collins, OT, Fabian 
Davis, WRJomesMacPherson QB, Mike Moosbrugger, FB; 
Ovie Mughelli, FB, Ray Thomas, TE, Ira Williams, WR; Terence 
Williams, RB; Anthony Young, QB 

Defensive Starters Returning 

Nate Boiling DT Tehran Carpenter, DB, Michael Clinkscale, 
DB; Adrian Duncan, DB, Marquis Hopkins, LB; Ed 
Kargbookorogie, OLB; Calvin Poce, DE; Montique Sharpe, 
DT, Quintin Williams, CB. 




Series History 



Series Record: Maryland leads 35-13-1 

Series ol Maryland Maryland leads 17-7-0 

Series at Wake Forest. Maryland leads 18-6-1 

First Meeting: 1917, Maryland, 29-13 

Last Terrapin Win at Maryland 2000 (37-7) 

Lost Terrapin Win at Woke Forest. 1999 (17-14) 

Last Deacon Win at Marylond 1998 (20-1 0) 

Last Deacon Win at Woke Forest. 1997 (35-17) 

Current Series Streak Maryland has won 2 

Maryland's Largest Margin of Victory. 52 (52-0, 1996) 

Wake Forest's Largest Margin ol Victory. 39 (39-0, 1944) 



Returning Statistical Leaders 



Rushing G-GS Art Yds Avg TD 

Tarence Williams, RB 11-9 130 661 5.1 

Anthony Young, RB 9-5 79 455 5.8 3 

Passing GGS PA PC Pd Yds TD Int 

James MacPherson, QB 8-3 207 113 546 1324 3 6 

Anthony Young, QB 9-5 40 24 .600 269 2 

Receiving G-GS Rec Yds Avg YPG TD 

Iro Williams, WR 11-7 45 495 11.0 45.0 2 

Fabian Davis, WR 11-11 33 596 18.1 54.2 3 

Tackles GGS UT AT TT Int Sacks TFL 

Marquis Hopkins, LB 11-11 63 37 100 3 

Nate Boiling, DT 11-10 34 18 52 4 11 



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S30 at Wake Forest W 27-10 

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021 at Florida State L 3-37 

028 North Carolina W 17-6 

N9 at Georgio Tech L 0-35 

N18 NC State W 24-17 

N25 at Virginia Tech L 21-42 

D24 Georgia (Jeep Oahu Bowl] I 14-37 



General Information 



Location: Charlottesville, VA 22904 

Founded: 1819 

Enrollment: 18,463 

Nickname Cavaliers, Wahoos 

Colors: Orange, Blue 

Stadium Scott Stadium (David A. Harrison I 

Surface Prescription Athletic Turf 

Conference: Atlantic Coast 

President: John T. Casteen III 

Athletic Director: Craig littlepage (Interim) 



Coaching Staff 



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Head Coach: Al Groh, Virginia '67 

Career Record 26-40(6) 

At Virginia: First Year 

Football Office Phone: 804-982-5900 

Best Time to Reach Coach: Through SID 

Weekly Press Conference: Monday 

Assistant Coaches: Dan Rocco, AHC/LB; Al Golden, DC; Bill 
Musgrave, OC/QB/TE; Corwin Brown, ST, Mike Groh, WR, 
Mike London, DL, Bob Price, DB; Ron Prince, OL; Kevin Ross, 
RB 



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First Year of Football: 1888 

Ail-Time Bowl Record: 4-8 

Vears in Postseason Play: 1 2 

Last Postseason Appearance 2000 Jeep O'ahu Bow 

Result: Lost to Georgia, 37-14 

All-Time Record 557-487-48 

Sports Information 



2000 Record: 6-6 

2000 Conference Record: 5-3 (4*) 

2000 Final Rankings: n/a 

Basic Offense Multiple Pro 

Basic Defense Multiple Seven-Man Front 

Lettermen Returning/Lost: 40/16 

Starters Returning/Lost: 13/11 






Football SID Michael Colley 

Office: 804-982-5500 

Home: 804-975-5477 

E-Mail: mcc7k@virginia edu 
Assistant SID Ann Wheelwright 

Home 804-244-6406 

E-Mail: aw5n@virginia.edu 
SID: Rich Murray 

Home: 804-978-2966 

E-Mail: r|m4e@virginia.edu 
Fax: 804-982-5525 
Press Box Phone: 804-296-5910 
5/0 Mailing Address: PO Box 400853, Charlottesville, VA 

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Overnight Address: Onesty Hall, Massie & Alderman Roads, 

Charlottesville, VA 22903 
Web Site Address www.virginiasports.com 

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Returning Statistical Leaders 



Honors Candidates 



Mike Abrams, P; Billy McMullen, WR; Merrill Robertson, LB; 
Ljubomtr Stamenich, DE; Antwoine Womack, RB. 

Offensive Starters Returning 

Jermese Jones, OL, Josh Lawson, OL; Billy McMullen, WR; Evan 
Routzahn, OL; Antwoine Womack, RB 

Defensive Starters Returning 

Jerton Evans, DB, Shernard Newby, DB; Monsanto Pope, DL; 
Darry! Sanders, DL; Ljubomir Stamenich, DE, George Stanley, 

DL 



Series History 



Series Record: Maryland leads 37-26-2 
Series at Maryland Maryland leads 17-10-2 
Series at Virginia: Maryland leads 19-15-0 
NeurrafTied 1-1-0 
First Meeting: 1919, Maryland, 13-0 
LastTerrapin Win at Maryland: 1991 (17-6) 
Last Terrapin Win at Virginia 1990 (35-30) 
Lost Cavalier Win at Maryland: 1999 (34-30) 
Lost Cavalier Win al Virginia: 2000 (31-23) 
Current Series Streak: Virginia has won 9 
Maryland's Largest Margin of Victory: 43 (55-12, 



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Virginia's Largest Margin ofVictory. 45 (45-0, 1997) 



Rushing 

Antwoine Womack, RB 

Tyree Foreman, RB 

Passing 

Bryson Spinner, QB 

Matt Schaub, QB 

Receiving 

Billy McMullen, WR 
James Johnson, WR 

Tackles 

Angelo Crowell, LB 

Jerton Evans, DB 



OGS 

11-10 
11-0 

&GS 

6-3 
3-0 

G-GS 

11-10 

11-2 

G-GS 

11-4 
10-10 



Att 

210 

72 

PA 
61 



Rec 
30 
17 

UT 
52 
32 



Yds 

1098 
397 

PC 

25 

7 

Yds 
541 
209 

AT 
35 
18 



Avg 
93.5 

36.1 

Pet 
410 
875 

Avg 
180 
12.3 

17 
87 
50 



TD 

9 



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50 

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George O'Leary 



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58 at Navy 

515 at Florida State 

529 Clemson 
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N17 at Woke Forest 

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59 Florida State L 21-26 

516 Navy W 40-13 
S21 at NC State (ot) L 23-30 

530 at North Carolina W 42-28 
014 Woke Forest W 52-20 

021 Duke W 45-10 
028 at Clemson W 31-28 
N6 Virginio W 35-0 
N18 ot Maryland W 35-22 
N25 at Georgia W 27-15 
D29 LSU (Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl) L 14-28 



General Information 

location. Atlanta, GA 30332 
Founded: 1885 
Enrollment: 14,000 
Nickname Yellow Jackets 
Colors: Old Gold, White 
Stadium: Bobby Dodd (46,000) 
Surfoce: Natural grass 
Conference: Atlantic Coast 
President Dr G Wayne Clough 
Athletic Director: Dave Broine 



Coaching Staff 



Head Cooch: George O'Leary, New Hampshire '68 

Career Record. 45-28 (6) 

At Go Tech: 45-28 (6) 

r"oo/fao/l Office Phone: 404-894-5420 

Best Time to Peach Coach: Wed ( 1 -2:30), Thu (11-2) 

Weekly Press Conference: Tuesday 

Assistant Coaches: Geofl Collins, TE, Danny Crossmon, ST/DE, 
David Kelly, WR; Peter McCarly, DT, Mac Mc Whorter, AHC/ 
OL; Bill O'Brien, OC/OB, Ted Roof, DC/IB; Glenn Spencer, 
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First Year of Football: 1892 

All-Time Bowl Record: 19-10 

Veors in Postseason Play: 29 

Last Postseason Appearance 2000 Chick-hl-A Peach Bov 

Result Lost to LSU, 28-14 

Ail-Time Record: 601-404-43 



Team information 



Sports Information 



2000 Record: 9-3 

2000 Conference Record 6 2 (T 2 ■") 

2000 Final Rankings AP (17*), USA Today/ESP 

Basic Offense: Multiple 

Basic Defense: Multiple 

tettermen Returning/tost 47/15 

Starters Returning/lost 18/6 



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Office: 404-894-5445 
Home. 770-951-1939 
E-Mail: mstamus@at.gtoa 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 678-731-0196 

E-Mail: ccapo@at.gtaa.gatech.edu 

Fax. 404-894-1248 

Press Box Phone 404-894-1204 

5/0 Mailing Address 1 50 Bobby Dodd Way, NW, Atlanta, GA 
30332 

Overnight Address: Same 

Web Site Address: www.ramblinwreck.com 

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Returning Statistical Leaders 



Honors Candidates 



Kelly Campbell, WR; Greg Gathers DE; George Godsey, QB, 
Luke Manget, K; Jeremy Mu/res, FS; Nick Rogers, DE, 
Recardo Wimbush, LB 

Offensive Starters Returning 

John Bennett, OT, Joe Burns, TB; Kelly Campbell, WR, George 
Godsey, QB; Luke Mangel, K; Russell Matvay, TE, Raymond 
Roberts-Blake, OG; David Schmidgall, C 

Defensive Starters Returning 

Ather Brown, LB, Cory Collins, SS, Dan Dyke, P; Greg Gathers, 
DE; Jeremy Muyres, FS; Nick Rogers, DE; Daryl Smith, LB; 
Merrix Watson, DT; Recardo Wimbush, LB; Chris Young, SS. 




Series History 



Series Record: Georgia Tech 10-3 

Series at Maryland: Tied 3-3 

Series ot Georgia Tech: Georgia Tech leads 6-0 

Neutral: Georgia Tech leads 1-0 

First Meeting: 1988, Maryland 13-9 

Last Terrapin Win at Maryland: 1996(13-10) 

last Terrapin Win at Georgia Tech: None 

last Yellow Jacket Win at Maryland: 2000 (35-22) 

lost Yellow jacket Win ol Georgia Tech: 1999 (49-31 1 

Current Series Streok: Georgia Tech has won 3 

Maryland's lorgest Margin of Victory: 35 (42-7, 1994) 

Georgia Tech's largest Margin of Victory: 38 (38-0, 1993) 



Rushing 
Joe Burns, RB 
Sean Gregory, RB 

Passing 

George Godsey, QB 

Receiving 

Kelly Campbell, WR 
Will Glover, WR 
Kerry Warkins, WR 

'ackles 

Daryl Smith, LB 
Recardo Wimbush, LB 
Nick Rogers. DE 



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11-11 
11-0 

GGS 

11-11 

GGS 
11-7 
10-4 
100 

GGS 

11-9 
11-11 
11-11 



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220 

63 

PA 
349 

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59 
29 
26 

UT 
59 
67 
47 



Yds 
908 
291 

PC 
222 

Yds 
963 
286 
480 

AT 
37 
27 
15 



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41 
4.6 

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Avg 

16.3 
9.9 
18.5 

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96 
94 
62 



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12 

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2906 

YPG 
87.5 
28.6 

48.0 

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2 
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General Information 



Coaching Staff 



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 



Head Coach Carl Franks, Duke '83 
Career Record 3-19(2) 
At Duke: 3-19(2] 

Football Office Phone: 919-684-2635 

Best Time to Reach Coach: Through Football Office 

Weekly Press Conference: Monday 

Assistant Coaches: Scott Brown, DL, Fred Chatham, RB; Louis 
Clyburn, TE; Dennis Creehan, ST/OLB, Joe D'Alessandris, 
Ol; Aubrey Hill, WR, Jim Pry, QB; Brad Sherrod, ILB; Bob 
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All-Time Bowl Record: 3-5 

Vears in Postseason Play: 8 

iasf Postseason Appearance: 1994 Hall of Fame Bowl 

Result: Lost to Wisconsin, 34-20 

Ail-Time Record. 434-379-31 



Team Information 



Sports Information 



Football SID: Art Chase 

Office 919-684-2633 

Home 919-942-3485 

E-Mail: chasea@duke.edu 
SID- Jon Jackson 

Home 919-484-9927 

E-Mail: sid@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 
Weo Site Address: www.goduke.com 

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2000 Record: 0-11 

2000 Conference Record: 0-8 (9" 1 
2000 Final Rankings: n/a 
Basic Offense: Multiple 
Basic Defense, Combination 3-4 
Lettermen Returning/Lost: 34/24 
Starters Returning/ Lost 16/9 

Honors Candidates 



Mike Hart, TE; Chris Douglas, TB; John Miller, OG; Brent Gar- 
ber, K. 

Offensive Starters Returning 

D. Bryant, QB; Ben Erdeljac, WR; Mike Hart, TE; Daryl Lewis, 
OG. John Miller, OG; Kyle Moore, WR; Drew Strojny, OT 

Defensive Starters Returning 

Ryan Fowler, LB, Tyran Grissom, DT; Ronnie Hamilton, CB; Shawn 
Johnson, DT, Josh Kreider, FS, Jeff Phillips, CB; Jamyon Small, 
LB. 



Series History 



Serves Record: Maryland leads 26-18-0 

Series at Maryland' Maryland leads 11-5-0 

Series at Duke Maryland leads 13-9-0 

Neutral: Duke leads 4-2-0 

First Meeting: 1932, Duke, 34-0 

fasf Terrapin Win at Maryland: 1997 (16-1 

Last Terrapin Win at Duke: 2000 (20-9) 

!osr8/ue Devil Win at Maryland 1999 (25-22) 

Last Blue Devil Win at Duke: 1994 (49-16) 

Current Series Streak: Maryland has won 1 

Maryland's Largest Margin of Victory 43 (56-13, 1974) 

Duke's Largest Margin of Victory. 50 (50-0, 1941 ) 



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Returning Statistical Leaders 



Rushing 

Chris Douglas, RB 

Alex Wade, RB 

Passing 

D. Bryant, QB 

Receiving 
Mike Hart, TE 
Ben Erdeljac, WR 
Chris Douglas, RB 

Tackles 

Ryan Fowler, LB 
Josh Kreider, FS 
Ronnie Hamilton, CB 
Jamyon Small, LB 



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11-0 
9-0 

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11-7 

&GS 

11-10 
11-11 
11-0 

G-GS 

11-7 

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11-11 

11-9 



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110 
20 

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258 

Rec 

31 
31 
22 

UT 
59 
56 
53 
32 



Yds 

503 

66 

PC 
129 

Yds 
540 
329 
168 

AT 
28 
12 

10 
18 



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4.6 
3.3 

Pet 
500 

Avg 

174 

10.6 

74 

TT 

87 
68 
63 
50 



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6 

1 

Yds 
1448 

YPG 
49,1 
299 

153 

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N4 Clemson W 54-7 

Nil ot Wake Forest W 35-6 

N18 Florida W 30-7 

J3 Oklahoma (Orange Bowl] L 2-13 



General Information 



Coaching Staff 



location Tallahassee, FL 32316 

founded: 1857 

Enrollment 34,500 

Symbol: Seminoles 

Colon: Garnet, Gold 

Stadium: Doak Campbell (80,000| 

Surface: Natural gross 

Conference: Atlantic Coast 

President Talbot "Sandy" D'Alemberte 

Athletic Director: Dave Hart, Jr 



Head Coach. Bobby Bowden, Samford '53 

Career flecord: 315-87-4 (35) 

AtFSU. 242-55-4 (25) 

Football Office Phone: 850-644-1465 

Best Time to Reach Coach: Through secretary 

Weekly Press Conference: Sundoy 

Assistant Coaches: Mickey Andrews, DC/DB; Jeff Bowden, OC/ 
WR; Jim Gladden, AHC/DE; Daryl Dickey, QB; Odell 
Hoggins, DL; Jimmy Heggins, 01; Joe Kines, LB; John Lilly, 
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First Year of Football 1947 

All-Time Bowl Record 18-10-2 

Years in Postseason Play: 30 

last Postseason Appearance: 2001 FedEx Orange Bowl 

Result Lost to Oklahoma, 13-2 

Ail-Time Record 391-195-17 



Team Information 



Sports Information 



2000 Record: 11-2 

2000 Conference Record: 8-0(1"] 

2000 Final Rankings: AP (5 IK ), USA Today/ESP! J I A 

Basic Offense: Pro Set 

Basic Defense: 4-3 Multiple 

lettermen Returning/lost: 58/23 

Starters Returning/lost: 10/15 



Football SID Rob Wilson 

Office 850-644-1402 

Home: 850-894-5801 

E-Mail: rlwilson@mailer.fsu edu 
Assistant SID Jeff Purinton 

Home 850-504-0078 

E-Mail |purinto@mailer.fsu.edu 
Assistant SID Tina Thomas 

Home. 850-514-3351 

E-Mail: tthomas@mailer.fsu.edu 
Fox. 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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Honors Candidates 



Bradley Jennings, LB; Chris Hope, FS, Brett Williams, OT 

Offensive Starters Returning 

Alrews Bell, WR, Anquon Boldin, WR; Montroe Holland, OG; 
William McCroy, FB, Brett Williams, OT 

Defensive Starters Returning 

Dornell Docket!, DT; Chris Hope, FS, Bradley Jennings, LB, Jeff 
Womble, NG. 



Series History 



Series Record. Florida State leads 11 -0-0 

Series ot Maryland: Florida State leads 5-0-0 

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. 2000 (59-7) 

last Seminole Win at Florida State: 1999(49-10) 

Current Series Streak: Florida State has won 1 1 

Florida Stole's Largest Margin of Victory. 52 (59-7, 2000] 



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TD 






Greg Jones, RB 


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266 


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Davy Ford, RB 


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38 


239 


63 


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45 


131 


29 


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Rec 


Yds 


Avg 


YPG 


TD 




Anquon Boldin, WR 


12-12 


41 


644 


16.2 


55.3 


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Atrews Bell. WR 


12-0 


37 


675 


18.2 


56.2 


10 




Tackles 


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12-12 


38 


64 


102 











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12-12 


52 


31 


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General Information 



Coaching Staff 



Location: Troy, AL 36082 
Founded: 1887 
Enrollment: 6,630 
Nickname: Trojans 
Colors: Cardinal, Silver and Black 
Stadium: Richard M Scrushy Field 
Surface: Natural grass 
Conference: Independent 
President: Dr. Jack Hawkins 
Athletic Director Johnny Williams 



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Head Coach. Larry Blakeney, Auburn '70 

Career Record: 92-27-1 (10) 

At TSU: 92-27-1 (10) 

Football Office Phone: 334-670-3682 

Best Time to Reach Coach: Mornings 

Weekly Press Conference: TBA 

Assistant Coaches: Wayne Bolt, AHC/DC/LB; John Shannon, 
OC/QB; Greg Adkms, OL; Jim Dye, TE; Jeremy Rowell, DB, 
Tracy Rocker, DE; Mike Pelton, DT; Arlington Nunn, WR; Mike 
Turk, RB. 



History 



First Year of Football- 1909 

All-Time Bowl/Playoff Record: \A-7 

Years in Postseason Play: 1 1 

Lost Postseason Appearance: 2000 First Round l-AA Playoffs 

Result: Lost to Appalachian Stale, 33-30 

Ail-Time Record: 418-304-27 



Team Information 



Sports Information 



2000 Record: 10-2 

2000 Conference Record 7-0 ( 1 ") 

2000 Final Rankings (l-AAj: Teamlink.com (3 rJ ), ESPN (5*) 

Basic Offense Spread 

Basic Defense: 4-3 

tettermen Returning/Lost: 41 /21 

Starters Returning/Lost: 12/10 



Football SID: Tom Strother 

Office 334-670-3229 
Home: 334-288-3241 
E-Mail: stroth@lrojan.troyst.edu 

Assistant SID. Joel Lamp 

Home: 334-807-0669 
E-Mail: jlamp@trojan.troyst.edu 

Fax 334-670-5665 

Press Box Phone: 334-670-3229 

SID Mailing AoVress: Tine Davis Fieldhouse, 100 
Wallace Drive, Troy, AL 36082 

Overnight Address: Tine Davis Fieldhouse, 100 
Wallace Drive, Troy, AL 36082 

Web Site Address: www.troyst.edu/athletics 



Honors Candidates 



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Brock Nutter, QB; Demontray Carter, TB; Jimmy McClain, LB; 
Naazir Yamini, LB. 

Offensive Starters Returning 

Demontray Carter, TB; Brock Nutter, QB; Stan Curington, OT; 
Adrian Moore, TE; Heyward Skipper, WR. 

Defensive Starters Returning 

Deiric Jackson, CB; Vernon Marable, DE; Jimmy McClain, LB; 
Rayshun Reed, CB; Osi Umenyiora, DT; Davern Williams, DT, 
Naazir Yamini, LB. 



Series History 



Series Record: First Meeting 



Returning Statistical Leaders 



Rushing 

Demontray Carter, TB 

LeBarron Black, TB 

Passing 

Brock Nutter, QB 

Receiving 

Heyward Skipper, WR 
LeBarron Black, TB 
Demontray Carter, TB 

Tackles 

Naazir Yamini, LB 

Jimmy McClain, LB 



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10-8 

11-2 

G-GS 

11-11 

&GS 

11-9 
11-2 
10-8 

GGS 

11-11 
11-11 



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135 
110 

PA 
285 

Rec 
26 

14 
12 

UT 
68 
63 



Yds 

804 
385 

PC 
140 

Yds 

386 

87 

224 

AT 
52 
44 



Avg 

60 
3.5 

Pet 
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Avg 

148 
6.2 
18.7 

TT 
120 
107 



TD 
6 
3 

Yds 
1800 

YPG 

35 1 

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22.4 

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2 



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13 

TD 
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General Information 



location: Clerrison, SC 29634 

Founded. 1889 

Enrollment: 16,982 

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: 12-12 

Years in Postseason Ploy: 24 

last Postseason Appearance: 2001 Mazda Gatoi Bowl 

Result: Lost to Virginia Tech, 41-20 

All-Time Record: 571-893-45 

Sports Information 

Football SID Tim Bourret 

Office 864-656-2114 

Home. 864-888-3490 

E-Mail brimoth@clemson.edu 
Assistant SID Todd Lamb 

Home. 864-356-1078 

E-Mail: bryonl@clemson.edu 
Associate 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 Perimeter 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: 33-13 (4) 

At Clemson: 15-9(2) 

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; Mike O'Cain, QB; Brad 
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2000 Record: 9 3 

2000 Conference Record: 6-2 (T-2 | 

2000 Final Rankings: AP ( 16"), USA Today/ESPN ( 1 5 | 

Basic Offense Multiple 

Basic Defense' 4-2-5 

lettermen Returning/lost: 53/21 

Starters Returning/Lost: 12/11 



Honors Candidates 



Woodrow Danizler, QB; Kyle Young, C, Travis Zachery, TB, Chad 
Carson, LB, Will Merritt, OG, Jackie Robinson, WR; Charles 
Hafley, SS; Braxton Williams, S, Nick Eoson, DE. 

Offensive Starters Returning 

Woodrow Dontzler, QB; Will Merritt, OG; Jackie Robinson, WR, 
TJ. Wotkins OG; Kyle Young, C, Kevin Youngblood, WR. 
Travis Zachery, TB. 

Defensive Starters Returning 

Chad Carson, LB, Bra/ton Williams, S, Nick Eason, DE; Charles 
HaHey, SS 

Series History 

Series Record Clemson leads 27-20-2 

Series at Maryland: Clemson leads 11-9-1 

Series at Clemson: Clemson leads 15-10-0 

Neutral: Tied 1-1-1 

First Meeting: 1952, Maryland, 28-0 

last Terrapin Win at Maryland 1992 (53-23) 

last Terrapin Win at Clemson: 1985(34-31) 

last Tiger Win at Maryland: 1999 (42-30) 

last Tiger Win at Clemson: 2000 (35-14) 

Current Series Streak: Clemson has won 8 

Maryland's largest Margin of Victory: 41 (41-0, 1974) 

Clemson's largest Margin of Victory: 33 (40-7, 1991) 



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Travis Zachery, TB 11-10 201 1044 5.0 13 

Woodrow Dontzler, QB 11-11 172 1075 5 5 13 

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Woodrow Dantzler, QB 11-11 212 122 .575 1691 10 

Willie Simmons, QB 8-0 80 38 .450 616 7 

Receiving G-GS Rec Yds Avg YPG TD 

Travis Zachery RB 11-10 27 288 10.7 28.2 4 

Jackie Robinson, WR 11-8 24 276 11.5 25.1 3 

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Chad Carson, LB 11-11 77 69 146 3 

Braxton Williams, LB 11-10 29 33 62 4 



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Raleigh, N.C. 




Chuck Amato 



Levar Fisher 



200/ Sc/iec*i\fe 



SI 

S8 

S22 

S29 

06 

013 

O20 

027 

N3 

N10 

N17 



Ohio 

Indiana 

atSMU 

North Carolina 

at Wake Forest 

Clemson 

at Georgia Tech 

Virginia 

at Duke 

at Florida State 

Maryland 



2DOO &e&t\Cf&- 



S2 

S9 

SI6 

S21 

07 

014 

028 

N4 

Nil 

N18 

N25 



Arkansas State 

at Indiana 

SMU 

Georgia Tech 

at Clemson 

at North Carolina 

Florida State 

at Maryland 

Duke 

at Virginia 

Wake Forest 



(2ot) W 

W 

W 

|ol)W 

L 

W 

L 

(2ot) L 

W 

L 

W 



D28 Minnesota (Micronpc.com Bowl) W 



38-37 
41-38 
41-0 
30-23 
27-34 
38-20 
14-58 
28-35 
35-31 
17 24 
32-14 
38 30 



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General Information 



Location: Raleigh, NC 27695 
Founded: 1887 
Enrollment: 28,011 
Nickname' Wolfpack 
Colors: Red, White 
Stadium: Carter-Finiey (51,500) 
Surface: Natural grass 
Conference: Atlantic Coast 
Chancellor: Dr Marye Anne Fox 
Athletic Director: Lee Fowler 



Coaching Staff 



Head Coach: Chuck Amato, NC State '69 

Career Record: 8-4(1) 

At NCSU: 8-4(1) 

Football Office Phone: 919-515-21 14 

Best Time to Reach Coach: Through SID 

Weekly Press Conference: Monday 

Assistant Coaches: Doc Holliday, AHC/WR, Buddy Green, DC/ 
DB, Curt Cignetti, TE, Marty Galbraith, OC/OL; Cary 
Godette, DL, Joe Pate, LB, Dick Portee, RB; Michael Canales, 
QB; Chris Demaresl, DB. 



History. 



First Year of Football: 1892 

All-Time Bowl Record: 9-9-1 

Vears in Postseason Play: 1 9 

Last Postseason Appearance: 2000 Micronpc.com Bowl 

Result: Defeated Minnesota, 38-30 

All-Time Record: 477-473-55 



Team Information 



Sports Information 



Football SID: Annabelle Vaughan 

Office 919-515-2102 

Home 919-788-0939 

E-Mail, annabelle_vaughan@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 

MediaTeamlink Information 

Releases, statistics, rosters and other information are available 
by accessing www mediateamlink.com. You can have docu- 
ments delivered directly to your e-mail and/or fax machine 
the moment they are updated You can also view documents 
online 



2000 Record- 8-4 

2000 Conference Record: 4-4 (5 ,h ) 

2000 Final Rankings: n/a 

Basic Offense: Multiple 

Basic Defense: 4-3 

tettermen Returning/Lost: 42/15 

Starters Returning/Lost: 15/8 

Honors Candidates 



levar Fisher, LB, Philip Rivers, QB; Roy Robinson, TB. 

Offensive Starters Returning 

William Brown, OG; Chris Colmer, OT, Derek Green, C, Reggie 
Pool, OG; Philip Rivers, QB; Willie Wright, TE; Ray Robinson, 
RB 

Defensive Starters Returning 

Darius Bryant, DL, Dantonio Burnette, LB; Levar Fisher, LB; 
Terrence Holt, FS, Corey Smith, DE; James Walker, CB; Brian 
Williams, CB 



Series History 



Series Record NC State leads 27-25-4 
Series at Maryland: Maryland leads 13-11-2 
Series at NC State: NC State leads 14-12-1 
Neutral: UC State leads 2-0-1 
First Meeting: 1917, NC State, 10-6 
Last Terrapin Win at Maryland 2000 (35-28, ot) 
Last Terrapin Win at NC State: 1995 (30-13) 
Last Wolfpack Win at Maryland 1998 (35-21 ) 
Last Wolfpack Win at NC Stale: 1999 (30-17) 
Current Series Streak: Maryland has won 1 
Maryland's Largest Margin of Victory: 53 (53-0, 1951 ) 
NC State's Largest Margin of Victory: 35 (48-13, 1957) 



Returning Statistical Leaders 



Rushing 

Ray Robinson, RB 

Passing 

Philip Rivers, QB 



Receiving 

Ray Robinson, RB 
Willie Wright, TE 

Tackles 

Levar Fisher, LB 

Dantonio Burnette, LB 



G-GS 



G-GS 

11-11 

G-GS 
II 11 
10-5 

G-GS 

11-11 

11-8 



Art 
193 

PA 

441 



Rec 
41 
31 

UT 
90 
53 



Yds 

788 

PC 

237 

Yds 
366 

401 

AT 
76 
52 



Avg 

4.1 

Pet 
.537 

Avg 

171 
12.9 

TT 
166 
105 



TD 
7 

Yds 
3054 

YPG 
33.3 
44.6 

Int 
1 




TD 
25 

TD 
1 
3 

Sacks 
5 




Int 
10 



TFL 
15 



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Maryland 


N. Carolina 


E. Michigan 


West Virginia 


Wake Forest 


Virginia 


Ga. Tech 


11 

Duke 


Ha. State 


Troy State 


* 






























Aug. 
25 




at 

Oklahoma 

IHCF Classic) 








at 
Wisconsin 


Syrocuse 
(Kickoff Classic) 












Sept. 
1 


NORTH 
CAROLINA 


at 
Maryland 


SOUTHEAST 
MO. STATE 


at 
Boston 
College 


at 

East 
Carolina 


RICHMOND 


THE CITADEL 


FLORIDA 
STATE 


at 
Duke 


at 
Nebraska 


CENTRAL 
FLORIDA 


OHIO 


Sept. 
8 


EASTERN 
MICHIGAN 


at 
Texas 


at 
Maryland 


OHIO 
UNIV. 


APPALACHIAN 
STATE 




at 
Navy 


at 
Rice 


ALABAMA- 
BIRMINGHAM 


at 
Middle 


WOFFORD 


INDIANA 


Sept. 
15 


WEST 
VIRGINIA 


SMU 


at 


at 
Maryland 


NORTHERN 
ILLINOIS 


PENN 
STATE 


at 
Florida 
State 


at 
Clemson 


GEORGIA 
TECH 


APPALACHIAN 
STATE 


DUKE 




Sept 
22 


at 
Wake 
foresl 


FLORIDA 
STATE 


INDIANA 
STATE 


KENT 
STATE 


MARYLAND 


at 
Clemson 




NORTH- 
WESTERN 


at 

North 

Carolina 


NICHOLIS 
STATE 


VIRGINIA 


at 


Sept 
29 




ot 
NC State 


WESTERN 
MICHIGAN 




at 
Florida 
State 


DUKE 


CLEMSON 


at 

Virginia 


WAKE 
FOREST 




Georgia 
Tech 


NORTH 
CAROLINA 


Oct. 

6 


VIRGINIA 


EAST 
CAROLINA 


at 
Connecticut 


VIRGINIA 
TECH 


NC STATE 


at 
Maryland 


at 
Duke 


GEORGIA 
TECH 




at 




Forest 


Oct. 
13 


at 

Georgia Tech 

(Oct 1 1 ) 


VIRGINIA 


BAIL 
STATE 


at 
Notre 
Dame 


at 
Duke 


at 

North 

Carolina 


MARYLAND 
(Oct. 11) 


WAKE 
FOREST 


MIAMI 


at 


ot 


CLEMSON 


Oct 

20 


DUKE 


at 

Clemson 








FLORIDA 
STATE 


NC STATE 


at 

Maryland 


at 

Virginia 


CAL 

STATE 

NORTHRIDGE 


NORTH 
CAROLINA 


Georgia 

Tech 


Oct 
27 


ot 
Florida 
State 




BUFFALO 


Miami 
(Oct 25) 


CLEMSON 


at 
NC State 




VANDERBILT 


MARYLAND 


SOUTHERN 
UTAH 




VIRGINIA 


Nov. 
3 


TROY 
STATE 


at 

Georgia Tech 

(Nov 1) 


at 

Northern 

Illinois 


RUTGERS 


ot 

Virginia 


WAKE 
FOREST 


NORTH 

CAROLINA 

(Nov. 1) 


NC STATE 


at 
Clemson 


ot 
Morylond 


FLORIDA 
STATE 


■ 


Nov. 
10 


CLEMSON 


WAKE 
FOREST 


Central 
Michigan 


at 
Syracuse 


North 
Carolina 


GEORGIA 
TECH 


at 
Virp - 




NC STATE 


Louisiana 
Monroe 


at 
Maryland 


- 


Nov. 
17 


at 
NC State 


DUKE 


at 
Toledo 


TEMPLE 


GEORGIA 

TECH 


VIRGINIA 
TECH 


at 
Forest 


ot 

North 

Carolina 


ot 

Florida 


JACKSONVILLE 
STATE 




MARYLAND 


Nov. 
24 








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BOWL (Site] 
NEW ORLEANS 

New Orleans, La. 



DATEAIME 
Tue., Dec 18 
6/6:30 p.m. CT 



STADIUM (Capacity) 
Louisiana Superdome 
(75,000) 



TIE-INS 

Sun Belt 
Mountain West 



NETWORK 

ESPN2 



LAST SEASON'S RESULT 
FIRST YEAR BOWL 



GMAC/MOBILE ALABAMA 


Wed., Dec. 19 




Ladd Peebles Stadium 


Conference USA 


ESPN2 Southern Miss 28 


Mobile, Ala 


7 p.m. CT 




(42,000) 


Mid-American 


Texas Christian 21 


LAS VEGAS 


Thu , Dec 20 




Sam Boyd Stadium 


Mountain West 


ESPN UNLV31 


Las Vegas, Nev 


5 p.m. PT 




(40,000) 


Open 


Arkansas 14 


MAINSTAY INDEPENDENCE 


Thu., Dec. 27 




Independence Stadium 


SEC 


ESPN Mississippi State 43 (OT) 


Shreveport, La, 


7 p.m. CT 




(50, 459) 


Big 12 


Texas A&M 41 


GALLERYFURNITURE.COM 


Fri., Dec. 28 




Reliant Astrodome 


Big 12 


ESPN East Carolina 40 


Houston, Texas 


TBA 




(63,001) 


Conference USA 


Texas Tech 27 


CRUCIAL.COM HUMANITARIAN 


Fri., Dec 28 




Bronco Stadium 


Western Athletic 


ESPN Boise State 38 


Boise, Idaho 


11:30 a.m. MT 




(30,000) 


Open 


UTEP23 


MUSIC CITY 


Fri., Dec. 28 




Adelphia Coliseum 


SEC 


ESPN West Virginia 49 


Nashville, Tenn. 


4 p.m. CT 




(67,000) 


BIG EAST 


OleMiss38 


CULLIGAN HOLIDAY 


Fri., Dec 28 




Qualcomm Stadium 


Big 12 


ESPN Oregon 35 


San Diego, Calif. 


5:30 p.m. PT 




(70,000) 


Pac-10 


Texas 30 


MOTOR CITY 


Sat, Dec 29 




Silverdome 


Conference USA 


ESPN Marshall 25 


Pontiac, Mich 


Noon ET 




(80,000) 


Mid-American 


Cincinnati 14 


SYLVANIA ALAMO 


Sat., Dec. 29 




Alamodome 


Big Ten 


ESPN Nebraska 66 


San Antonio, Texas 


1:30 p.m. CT 




(65,000) 


Big 12 


Northwestern 17 


INSIGHT.COM 


Sat., Dec 29 




Bank One Ballpark 


BIG EAST 


ESPN Iowa State 37 


Phoenix, Ariz. 


3 p m MT 




(50,000) 


Big 12 


Pittsburgh 29 


SAN FRANCISCO JEEP 


Sun., Dec. 30 




Pacific Bell Park 


BIG EAST 


ABC * Boston College 31 


San Franciso, Calif. 


2 p.m. PT 




(41,059) 


Pac-10 


Arizona State 17 


WELLS FARGO SUN 


Mon, Dec 31 




Sun Bowl 


Big Ten 


CBS Wisconsin 21 


El Paso, Texas 


Noon MT 




(51,171) 


Pac-10 


UCLA 20 


AXA LIBERTY 


Mon., Dec. 31 




Liberty Bowl Memorial Stad 


urn Conference USA 


ESPN Colorado State 22 


Memphis, Tenn. 


3 p.m. CT 




(62,921) 


Mountain West 


Louisville 17 


CHICK-FIL-A PEACH 


Mon, Dec 31 




Georgia Dome 


SEC 


ESPN LSU 28 


Atlanta, Ga. 


7:30 p.m. ET 




(71,228) 


Atlantic Coast 


Georgia Tech 14 


SILICON VALLEY 


Mon., Dec. 31 




Spartan Stadium 


Western Athletic 


FOX Sports Net Air Force 37 


San Jose, Calif. 


TBA 




(30,578) 


Open 


Fresno State 34 
FOX Kansas Slate 35 


SOUTHWESTERN BELL COTTON 


Tue., Jan 1 




Cotton Bowl 


SEC 


Dallas, Texas 


10 a.m. CT 




(68,252) 


Big 12 


Tennessee 21 


OUTBACK 


Tue., Jan. 1 




Raymond James Stadium 


SEC 


ESPN South Carolina 24 


Tampa, Fia. 


11 a.m. ET 




(65,005) 


Big Ten 


Ohio State 7 


TOYOTA GATOR 


Tue , Jan. 1 




Alltel Stadium 


Atlantic Coast 


NBC Virginia Tech 41 


Jacksonville, Fla 


12:30 p.m. ET 




(76,940) 


BIG EAST 


Clemson 20 


CAPITAL ONE/FLORIDA CITRUS 


Tue, Jan. 1 




Citrus Bowl 


SEC 




Orlando, Fla. 


1 p.m. ET 




(70,000) 


Big Ten 


Auburn 28 


TOSTITOS FIESTA 


Tue, Jan. 1 




Sun Devil Stadium 


#BCS 


ABC Oregon State 41 


Tempe, Ariz. 


3 p.m. MT 




(73,471) 




Notre Dame 9 


NOKIA SUGAR 


Tue., Jan. 1 




Louisiana Superdome 


#BCS 


ABC Miami (Fla.) 37 


New Orleans, La 


7:30 p.m. CT 




(75,000) 




Florida 20 


JEEP SEATTLE 


Wed, Jan. 2 




Safeco Field 


Atlantic Coast 


ESPN * Georgia 37 


Seattle, Wash 


2 p.m. PT 




(46,621) 


Pac-10 


Virginia 14 


FEDEX ORANGE 


Wed., Jan. 2 




Pro Player Stadium 


#BCS 


ABC Oklahoma 13 


Miami, Flo, 


8 p.m. ET 




(75,192) 




Florida Stale 2 


ROSE presented by AT&T 


Thu., Jan. 3 




Rose Bowl 


#BCS 1 vs 2 


ABC Washington 34 


Pasadena, Calif. 


5 p.m. PT 




(93,000) 




Purdue 24 


* San Francisco jeep Bowl is formally 1 

MARYLA 


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ND1 


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Seattle Bowl Is formally the Jeep O'ahu Bowl: DATES AND TIMES SUBJECT TO CHANCE 

AVEL ITINERARY 


Wake Forest 








Florida State 




Sept. 22: Depart BWI via Delta charter to Greensboro 


N.C. 


TBA 


Oct. 26: Depart BWI via Delta 


charter to Tallahassee, TBA 


Sept. 23: Depart Greensboro, N.C 


, via Delta charter 


mmec 


ately following game 


Oct. 27: Depart Tallahassee vie 


Delta charter immediately following game 


Headquarters: Adam's Mark Hotel, 425 North Cherry St., Wir 


ston-Salem, N.C, 27101 


Headquarters: Ramada Inn No 


th, 2900 North Monroe St., Tallahassee, FL 32303 


Phone: 336-725-3500 








Phone: 850-386-1027 




Fax: 336-721-2240 








fax:850-385-2582 




Georgia Tech 

Oct. 10: Depart BWI via Delta charter to Atlanta, TBA 
Oct. 1 1 : Depart Atlanta via Delta charter to BWI imme 
Headquarters: Atlanta Downtown Hilton, 255 Courtlar 


diately following game 

d St. NE, Atlanta, GA 30303 


NC State 

Nov. 16: Depart BWI via Delta charter to Raleigh-Durham Airport, TBA 

Nov. 1 7: Depart Raleigh-Durham Airport via Delta charter immediately following game 

Headquarters: Holiday Inn Raleigh-Durham Airport, 4810 Old Page Rd, Triangle Park, 

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Phone: 404-659-2000 
fax:404-221-6368 








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THE ATLANTIC COA1 



The Tradition 



Consistency. It's the mark of true excellence in any endeavor. 
However, in today's intercollegiate athletics, competition has become so bal- 
anced 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 49th 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 82 national championships, including 40 
in men's competition and 42 in women's. In addition, 120 
men and 3 1 women have earned the coveted title of NCAA 
champion. 

The conference had an immediate impact on the 
national college football scene in the fall of 1953 when the University of Maryland 
captured the first of what would eventually be five national football titles for the ACC. 
Clemson laid claim to the league's sec- 




ACC 

ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE 



Atlantic Coast Conference 
45 1 2 Weybridge Lane 
Greensboro, NC 27407 



Phone 336-851-6062 ACC Media Relations Staff 

Media Relations Fax 336-854-8797 Brian Morrison Director 

336-547-6261 Amy Yakola Asst. Director 

Administrative Fax 336-316-6097 Barb Dery Secretary 

E-Mail bmorrison@theacc.org 

Web Address theacc.com 



John Swofford, 
ACC Commissioner 



ond national title in 1981 while Geor- 
gia 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 373 first or second 
team gridiron All-Americas and 54 first- 
team academic All-Americas. ACC 
teams have had 1,485 players selected 
in the annual professional football draft, 
including 109 first round selections. A 
year ago, the nine ACC member insti- 
tutions had 1 86 former players on NFL 
rosters 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 l-A football. The 
ACC is the nation's second- winningest 
bowl conference as the nine current 
league teams are a combined 84-77- 
5 (.521) in post-season play. Since 
1 990, the ACC is one of only five con- 
ferences 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 second with a 1 9-1 (.655) 
post-season record while the Seminoles 
are third at 17-10-2 (.621) 

Over the past three years, ACC 
teams have posted a 17-14 mark 
against non-league AP-ranked oppo- 
nents. 

This past season the ACC had five 
consensus All-Americans and over the 
past four years has produced 22 con- 



ACC lN\entfc>e\- Sc/ierefe 



Clemson - Charter member of the SIAA in 1 894, 
charter member of the SC in 1921, charter 
member of the ACC in 1953. 



sensus All-Americans. Since 1997, the ACC has had more first round draft picks (27) 
in the annual NFL draft than any other conference except the 12-team Southeastern 
Conference. The ACC also set two attendance marks during the 2000 season, draw- 
ing 2,653,816 fans over 54 home dates for a 49,145 per game mark. 

2000-01 in Review 

The 2000-01 academic year concluded with the 
Jeague pocketing three more national team titles and three 
individual NCAA crowns. In all, the ACC has won 39 
national team titles over the last 1 1 years. 

The ACC's 2000-01 national champions were 
North Carolina in women's soccer, Duke in men's bas- 



Duke -Joined the SC in December, 1928; 
charter member of the ACC in 1953. 





Florida State - Charter member of the Dixie 
Conference in 1948, joined the Metro 
Conference in July, 1976; joined the ACC 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 in 
1921, charter member of the ACC in 1953. 



North Carolina - Charter member of the SIAA 
in 1894, charter member of the SC in 1921, 
charter member of the ACC in 1953. 





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NC State- Charter member of the SC in 1921 
charter member of the ACC in 1953. 



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Virginia- Charter member of the SIAA in 1894, 

charter member of the SC in 1921, resigned from v \y 

SC in December 1936, joined the ACC in ^ — * *^\ 

December, 1953. "&~^^r 




Wake Forest -Joined the SC in February 1936, 
charter member of the ACC in 1953. 



ketball and Maryland in women's lacrosse. Overall, ACC 
teams posted a 73-56 (.566) mark in NCAA Tourna- 
ment play. 

The ACC placed at least one team in the Top 10 
nationally in 1 5 of the 25 sports sponsored by the league. 
Other records of note during the 2000-01 season include 
98 teams competing at NCAA Championships, five bowl 
teams and 43 Top 10 showings. 

The ACC Academic Honor Roll record was broken 
for the 14th-straightyearin 1999-2000 as 1,664 student- 
athletes were recognized for their work in the classroom. 

A History 

The Atlantic Coast Conference was founded on 
May 8, 1953, at the Sedgefield Inn near Greensboro, 
N.C., with seven charter members - Clemson, Duke, 
Maryland, North Carolina, 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 meet- 
ing. On June 14, 1953, the seven members met in Ra- 
leigh, N.C., where a set of bylaws was adopted and the 
name became officially the Atlantic Coast Conference. 

On December 4, 1953, conference officials met 
again at Sedgefield and officially admitted the Univer- 
sity of Virginia. The first, and only, withdrawal of a school 
from the ACC came on June 30, 1971 when the Univer- 
sity of South Carolina tendered its resignation. 

The ACC operated with seven members until April 
3, 1978, when Georgia Tech was admitted. The Atlanta 
school withdrew from the Southeastern Conference in 
January of 1964 

The ACC expanded to nine members on July 1, 
. 1991, with the addition of Florida State. 



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2000 ACC REVIEW 



2000 Standings 






6 



I 



Team 

Florida Stale 
Georgia Tech 
Clemson 
Virginia 
NC Stale 
Moryland 
North Carolina 
Wake Forest 
Duke 



W 

8 

6 

6 

5 

4 

3 

3 

1 





ACC Games 
For 
395 
286 
280 
138 
221 
168 
199 
106 
143 



Opp 
86 
164 
189 
169 
239 
217 
243 
299 
328 



Hm 
4-0 
3-1 
3-1 
3-1 
3-1 
2-2 
1-3 
1-3 
0-4 



Rd 
40 
3-1 
3-1 
2-2 
1-3 
1-3 
2-2 
0-4 
0-4 



Nu 
00 
0-0 
00 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
00 
0-0 
0-0 



w 
11 

9 
9 
6 
8 
5 
6 
2 




Overall 
L 
2 
3 
3 
6 
4 
6 
5 
9 
11 



ACC Special Honors 



Player of the Year: Chris Weinke, Florida Slate 
Offensive Player of the Year: Chris Weinke, Florida State 
Defensive Player of the Year: levar Fisher, NC State 
Rookie of the Yean Philip Rivers, NC Stale 
Coach of the Year: George O'Leary, Georgia Tech 
Jacobs Blocking Trophy: Tarlos Thomas, Florida Stale 
Brian Piccolo Award: Ed Wilder, Georgia Tech 
Jim Tatum Award: Louis Marchetti, North Carolina 



ACC First Team Offense 



ACC BOWL GAME RESULTS 

Jeep O'ahu (Dec. 24) 
Georgia 37, Virginia 14 

Micronpc.com (Dec. 28] 
NC State 38, Minnesota 30 



Chick-fil-A Peach (Dec. 29) 
LSU 28, Georgia Tech 14 

Toyota Gator (Jan. 1 ) 
Virginia Tech 41, Clemson 20 

FedEx Orange (Jan. 3) 
Oklahoma 13, Florida State 2 




QB Chris Weinke, Sr„ Florida State 

RB Travis Zachery, Jr., Clemson 

RB Antwoine Womack, Jr., Virginia 

WR Marvin Minnis, Sr, Florida State 

WR Koren Robinson, So., NC State 

TE Alge Crumpler, Sr , North Carolina 

OT Chris Brown, Sr., Georgia Tech 

OT Char-ron Dorsey, Sr, Florida Slate 

OG Brent Key, Sr., Georgia Tech 

OG Justin Amman, Sr., Florida Slate 

OC Kyle Young, Jr., Clemson 

PK Luke Manget, So., Georgia Tech 

ACC First Team Defense 

DL Jamol Reynolds, Sr., Florida Slate 

DL Julius Peppers, So., North Carolina 

DL Greg Gathers, So., Georgia Tech 

DL Terry Jolly, Sr., Clemson 

LB Levor Fisher, Jr., NC Stale 

LB Keith Adorns, Jr., Clemson 

LB Tommy Polley, Sr., Florida Stale 

DB Tay Cody, Sr., Florida State 

DB Derrick Gibson, Sr., Florida State 

DB Robert Carswell, Sr., Clemson 

DB Alex Ardley, Jr., Clemson 

SP Koren Robinson, So., NC Stale 

P Brian Morion, Sr,, Duke 




Kris Jenkins (left) and 
LaMont Jordan (right) 
were All-ACC second 
team selections in 2000. 



For 
511 
386 
416 
242 
379 
247 
269 
181 
155 



Opp 
136 
237 
253 
292 
338 
284 
284 
362 
430 



Hm 
6-0 
51 
6-1 
4-2 
5-1 
4-2 
3-3 
1-5 
0-5 



Rd 
4-1 

4 1 

3-1 
2-3 
2-3 

1-4 
3-2 

1-4 
0-6 



Nu 

11 
0-1 
0-1 
0-1 
1-0 
0-0 
0-0 
00 
0-0 



Streak 
Lostl 
Losll 
lostl 
Lost 2 
Won 2 
Lost 2 
Won 3 
Lost 1 
Lost 12 



ACC Second Team Offense 

QB George Godsey, Jr , Georgia Tech 

RB Travis Minor, Sr., Florida State 

RB LaMont Jordan, Sr, Moryland 

WR Kelly Campbell, Jr., Georgia Tech 

WR Rod Gardner, Sr., Clemson 

TE Mike Hart, Jr., Duke 

OT Tarlos Thomas, Sr., Florida State 

OT Brett Williams, So., Florida State 

OG Will Merrirt, Jr., Clemson 

OG Josh Lawson, Jr., Virginia 

OC Jarad Moon, Sr., Florida Stale 

PK Jeff Reed, Jr , North Carolina 

ACC Second Team Defense 

DL Nick Rogers, Jr., Georgia Tech 

DL Darnell Dockett, Fr., Florida Stale 

DL David Warren, Sr. Florida Slate 

DL Kris Jenkins, Sr., Moryland 

LB Byron Thweatt, Sr, Virginia 

LB Brandon Spoon, Sr, North Carolina 

LB Brian Allen, Sr., Florido State 

DB Clevan Thomas, Sr., Florido Stale 

DB Adrian Wilson, Jr., NC State 

DB Terrence Holt, So., NC State 

DB Jeremy Muyres, So., Georgia Tech 

DB Chris Hope, Jr., Florida Stale 

SP Kelly Campbell, Jr., Georgia Tech 

P Keith Cottrell, Sr., Florida State 




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Total Offense 



School < 

Florida Si 1 

Clemson 1 

Ga. Tech 1 

NC State 1 

N Carolina 1 

Virginia 1 

Maryland 1 

Woke Forest 1 

Duke 1 



Rush 
1980 
2600 

1807 
1142 
1633 
1801 
1365 
1652 
906 



Pass Plays 

4608 924 

2311 853 

2982 840 

3218 806 

2449 791 

2150 727 

2322 716 

1934 771 

2183 776 



Yards Av/P 
6588 71 



4911 
4789 
4360 
4082 
3951 
3687 
3586 
3089 



58 
5.7 
5.4 
5.2 
5.4 
5.1 
4.7 
4.0 



TD Yds/G 
63 5490 
50 446 5 
44 4354 
41 396 4 

27 371 1 

28 359 2 

29 335.2 
22 3260 
18 280.8 



Rushing Offense 



School 

Clemson 
Florida State 
Georgia Tech 
Virginia 
Wake Forest 
North Carolina 
Maryland 
NC Slate 
Duke 



Alt 



12 
11 
11 



11 
11 

11 



455 
466 
447 
453 
473 
384 
351 
375 



1980 
1807 
1801 
1652 
1633 
1365 
1142 
906 



44 
3.9 
40 
3.6 
3.5 
3.6 
3.3 
2.4 



27 
21 

20 
16 
16 
18 
13 
10 



165 
1643 
163 7 
1502 
1485 
124.1 
1038 
824 



Pass Offense 



School G 

Florida St 12 

NC State 1 

Ga Tech 1 

N Carolina 1 

Maryland 1 

Clemson 1 

Duke 1 



Virginia 



Wake Forest 1 



Alt 
469 
455 
374 
318 
332 
296 
401 
280 
318 



Cmp Int Pet. 

290 14 61 8 

242 11 532 

231 6 618 

170 12 53 5 

181 14 54.5 

159 9 537 

195 22 48 6 

149 7 532 

167 10 52.5 



Yds Avg TD Yds/G 

4608 9 8 36 384.0 

71 28 292 5 

80 23 271.1 

77 11 2226 
7.0 11 211.1 

78 17 210.1 
5 4 8 198 5 
7.7 8 195 5 
61 6 175.8 



3218 
2982 
2449 
2322 
2311 
2183 
2150 
1934 



Pass Efficiency 



School ( 

Florida St 1 

Ga. Tech 1 

Clemson 1 

NC State 1 

Virginia 1 

N Carolina 1 

Maryland 1 

Wake Forest 1 

Duke 1 



Alt Cmp Pet 

290 618 

231 618 

159 537 

242 532 

149 532 

170 .535 

181 .545 

167 525 

195 .486 



469 
374 
296 
455 
280 
318 
332 
318 
401 



Yds 

4608 



TD Effic 

36 163.7 



2982 23 145 i 



2311 
3218 
2150 
2449 
2322 
1934 
2183 



17 1322 

28 128.1 

8 1221 

11 122.0 

11 115.8 

6 1035 

8 900 



Scoring Offense 



School 



TD 



Florida Si 12 67 59 14 3 509 42.4 



Clemson 1 

Go Tech 1 

NC State 1 

N, Carolina 1 

Maryland 1 

Virginia 1 

Wake Forest 1 

Duke 1 



53 
48 
43 
31 
32 
28 
24 
19 



49 
44 
38 
30 
27 
27 
22 
16 



9 
12 

13 
17 
B 

11 
5 
7 



1 396 36.0 
372 33.8 
341 31.0 
269 245 
247 22.5 
228 20.7 
181 16.5 

2 155 14.1 



Kickoff Returns 



School 
Georgia Tech 
NC Stale 
Duke 

Wake Foresl 
Clemson 
Virginia 
Florida State 
Morylond 
North Carolina 



Ret Yds 

30 706 

35 794 

53 1183 

50 1078 

26 531 

40 790 

26 512 

35 670 

40 721 



TD 





1 






'- 



Avg 
23.5 
22.7 
223 

216 
20.4 
198 
197 
19.1 
18.0 



Total Defense 



School G Rush 

Florida St. 12 887 



N. Carolina 1 
Clemson 1 
NC State 1 
Ga. Tech 1 
Virginia 1 

Wake Forest 1 
Maryland 1 
Duke 1 



1138 
1120 
2101 
1039 
2029 
2261 
2047 
2039 



Pass Plays 

2437 834 

2464 746 

2625 764 

2030 827 

3137 801 

2612 816 

2501 784 

2793 850 

2996 783 



Yards Av/P 

3324 40 

3602 4 8 

3745 4 9 

4131 50 

4176 5.2 

4641 5 7 

4762 61 

4840 5.7 

5035 6 4 



TD Yds/G 
13 2770 
35 327.5 
25 3405 
38 375 5 
25 3796 
30 4219 
42 432 9 
38 440.0 
51 4577 



Rushing Defense 



Yds Avg TD Yds/G School 



11 557 2600 4 7 33 236 4 Florida Stale 



Georgia Tech 
Clemson 
North Carolina 
Virginia 
Duke 
Maryland 
NC State 
Wake Forest 



Pass Defense 



387 
371 
397 
410 
458 
439 
503 
509 



887 
1039 
1120 
1138 
2029 
2039 
2047 
2101 



2.3 

28 
2.8 
2.8 
44 
4.6 
4.1 
4.1 



6 
6 
16 
16 
20 
30 
22 
24 



479 2261 4.7 22 



739 
94 5 
101 8 
103.5 
184 5 
185.4 
186.1 
1910 
205.5 



School G Alt 

NC State 11 318 

Florida St, 12 447 

N Carolina 11 336 
Wake Forest 



Virginia 
Clemson 
Maryland 
Duke 
Ga Tech 



305 
11 358 
11 367 
11 347 
11 344 
11 430 



Cmp Int Pet. 

176 10 553 
220 19 49 2 
7 
9 



166 
177 
211 
182 



494 
580 
10 58 9 
14 49.6 



202 12 58.2 



219 
248 



63 7 
57.7 



Yds Avg 

2030 64 

2437 5 5 

2464 73 

2501 82 

2612 73 

2625 72 

2793 8.0 

2996 8 7 

3137 73 



TD Yds/G 
14 184.5 
7 203 1 

19 224.0 

20 227.4 
10 2375 

9 238 6 
16 253.9 

21 272 4 
19 285.2 



Pass V jiency Defense 



School 
Flor St 

CI.: ion 
NC Stale 
Virginia 
N, Carolina 
Ga Tech 
Maryland 
Wake Foresl 
Duke 



Alt 
447 
367 
318 
358 
336 
430 
347 
305 
344 



Cmp 
220 
182 
176 
211 
166 
248 
202 
177 
219 



Pet 
492 
496 
55 3 
589 
494 
577 
58.2 
58.0 
63.7 



Yds 
2437 
2625 
2030 
2612 
2464 
3137 
2793 
2501 
2996 



Effic 
91.7 

110.1 
1172 
123 9 
1255 
1266 
16 134.1 

20 1427 

21 152 3 



TD 
7 
9 
14 
10 
19 
19 



Scoring Defense 



XP 2XP FG Sal Pis Avg School 



Florida St. 12 

Ga. Tech 1 

Clemson 1 

Virginia 1 

Maryland 1 

N. Carolina 1 

NC State 1 
Wake Forest 1 

Duke 1 



TD 

15 13 



27 
25 
32 
38 
38 
40 
46 
55 



22 
22 
30 
31 
32 
36 
39 
53 



7 
12 

11 
7 
8 

10 
13 
15 



123 10.2 

1 209 190 

1 212 19.3 
255 23.2 

2 284 25.8 
284 25 8 
308 28.0 
362 32.9 
430 39.1 



Punt Returns 



School 
Clemson 
NC State 
North Carolina 
Florida State 
Georgia Tech 
Duke 
Virginia 
Maryland 
Wake Forest 



Ret Yds 

35 524 

19 256 

37 485 
48 505 

38 355 
21 166 
23 127 
15 77 
19 94 



TD 
2 
1 

2 

1 
1 







Avg 
15.0 
13.5 
13.1 
105 
93 
79 
55 
5.1 
49 



Punting 



School ( 

Virginia 1 

Duke 1 

Maryland 1 

Ga Tech 1 
Wake Forest 1 

Clemson 1 

Florida St 1 



NC State 1 
N. Carolina 1 



No. Yards Avg 

65 2768 426 

78 3514 45.1 

62 2618 42.2 

50 2081 41 6 

64 2684 41 9 

61 2359 38.7 

50 2022 40.4 

60 2223 370 

61 2183 35.8 



Rel Yds Avg 

17 193 3.0 

35 429 5.5 

23 271 4.4 
27 203 41 
30 377 5.9 

25 184 3 
21 289 58 

26 164 2.7 

24 264 4.3 



Net/P 
396 
39.6 
37.9 
376 
36.0 
35.7 
34.7 
343 
315 



Time Of Possession 



Alt Yds Avg TD Yds/G School 



Georgia Tech 

Duke 

North Carolina 

Wake Forest 

Clemson 

Florida State 

Virginia 

Maryland 

NC Stale 



Total Time 
359:05 
339:36 
33625 
329:52 
329:50 
35718 
318-29 
312:43 
302:42 



Avg/G 
32:38 
30:52 
30:35 
29:59 
29.59 
29:46 
2857 
28:25 
2731 



Turnover Margin 



School 
Go. Tech 
Florida St 
Clemson 
NC Stole 
Maryland 
Virginia 
Wake Forest 
N Carolina 
Duke 



Fum 
15 
14 
9 
14 
13 



Int 

15 
19 
14 
10 
12 
10 
9 
7 



Tot Fum 



30 
33 
23 
24 
25 
18 
17 
14 
15 



6 
7 
9 
9 
8 
9 
16 
14 
6 



Int 

6 

14 

9 

11 

14 

7 

10 

12 

22 



Tot Mar 

12 +18 



21 
18 
20 
22 
16 
26 
26 
28 



+ 12 
+5 
+4 
+3 
+2 
•9 
-12 
■13 



First Downs 



School 
Florida State 
Georgia Tech 
Clemson 
NC State 
North Carolina 
Virginia 
Woke Foresl 
Maryland 
Duke 

Sacks 



Rush 

100 

105 

139 

74 

95 

89 

82 

75 

61 



Pass 
180 
142 
93 
129 
96 
95 
98 
100 
96 



Pen Total 
30 310 



12 
18 
22 
25 
15 
16 
12 
24 



259 
250 
225 
216 
199 
196 
187 
181 



Opp Tot 
189 
228 
190 
228 
178 
236 
233 
251 
245 



XP 2XP FG Sal Pts Avg School 



G Sacks Yards 



North Carolina 
Florida Stale 
Georgia Tech 
Clemson 
NC Slate 
Maryland 
Wake Forest 
Duke 
Virginia 

Penalties 



53 375 

45 261 

39 313 

35 251 

32 228 

31 214 

27 205 



Opp. Yards 
35 250 



23 
16 
23 



157 
102 
123 



21 
15 



151 
104 



37 220 

21 175 

29 227 

54 403 

29 189 



School 
Maryland 
Wake Forest 
North Carolina 
Virginia 
Georgia Tech 
Duke 
NC Stale 
Clemson 
Florida Stale 



No Yds 

66 517 

65 538 

65 553 

73 604 

92 769 

104 817 

97 835 

97 910 

123 1130 



Opp. Yds. 

85 694 

75 651 

87 785 

66 524 

75 592 

104 916 

96 772 

83 764 

132 1070 



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Player, Team 


a 


G 


All 


Yds 


Avg TD 


Yds/G 




Player, learn 


a 


G 


Rush 


Rev 


PR 


KR 


Yds Avg/G 


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Womack, Anlwoine, VA 


JR 


11 


210 


1028 


49 9 


935 




Robinson, Koren, NCS 


SO 


11 


95 


1061 


218 


506 


1880 1709 








. Zachery, Trovis, CU 


JR 


11 


201 


1012 


5,0 13 


92 




Campbell, Kelly, GT 


JR 


11 


87 


963 





632 


1682 152.9 








I Dantzler, Woodrow, CU 


JR 


11 


172 


947 


5.5 13 


86 1 




Douglas, Chris, DU 


FR 


11 


503 


168 


5 


766 


1442 131.1 


r> 






Jordan, laMont, MD 


SR 


11 


213 


920 


4.3 11 


836 




Zachery, Travis, CU 


16 


11 


1012 


288 


30 





1330 120.9 


3 






Burns, Joe, GT 


SO 


11 


220 


908 


41 12 


825 




Minor, Travis, FS 


SR 


12 


923 


333 





85 


1341 111.8 


pi 






Minor, Travis, FS 


SR 


12 


181 


923 


51 5 


76.9 




Minnis, Marvin, FS 


SR 


12 





1340 








1340 1117 


§) 






! Robinson, Ray, NCS 


JR 


11 


193 


788 


41 7 


71.6 




Jordan, LaMonl, MD 


SR 


11 


920 


287 








1207 109.7 








1 Williams, Taten, WF 


SO 


11 


130 


661 


5.1 7 


601 




Womack, Anrwoine, VA 


JR 


11 


1028 


81 





97 


1206 109.6 








Young, Anthony, WF 


FR 


9 


79 


455 


58 3 


506 




Robinson, Ray, NCS 


JR 


11 


788 


366 





44 


1198 108.9 


Ci 






Russell, Brando, NC 


FR 


11 


145 


508 


3.5 3 


46.2 




Burns, Joe ,GT 


SO 


11 


908 


242 





21 


1171 106.5 


3 






Passing Yards Per Game 












Interceptions 
















1 






Player, Team 


CI 


G 


Alt 


Cmp 


Inl Pel. Yds 


TD 


Avg/G 


Player, Team 


CI 


G 


Inl 


Yds 


TD 


Int/G 




C u 






Weinke, Chris, FS 


SR 


12 


431 


266 


11 617 4167 


33 


3472 


Ardley, Alex, CU 


JR 


11 


6 


61 





0.55 




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. Rivers, Philip, NCS 


FR 


11 


441 


237 


10 53.7 3054 


25 


277.6 


Cody, Toy, FS 


SR 


12 


6 


200 


1 


0.50 








Godsey, George, GT 


JR 


11 


349 


222 


6 63.6 2906 


23 


264,2 


Forte, Shawn, MD 


SR 


11 


4 


114 


1 


0.36 








1 Curry, Ronald, NC 


JR 


11 


304 


163 


12 536 2325 


11 


211 4 


Hawkins, Ahmad, VA 


SR 


11 


4 


31 





036 








' Ellis, Dan, VA 


SR 


9 


210 


116 


4 55.2 1642 


7 


182.4 


Muyres, Jeremy, GT 


SO 


11 


4 


26 





0.36 








McCall, Calvin, MD 


SO 


9 


199 


105 


9 52.8 1533 


5 


170.3 


Mance, Brian, CU 


SO 


11 


3 


72 





0.27 








Dantzler, Woodrow, CU 


JR 


11 


212 


122 


6 57.5 1691 


10 


153.7 


Lyons, Corey, NCS 


JR 


11 


3 


17 





027 








I Bryont, D., DU 


SO 


11 


258 


129 


10 50.0 1448 


5 


1316 


Cox, Curome, MD 
Miller, Matt, GT 


FR 
SR 


9 
9 


2 
2 


30 
30 






0.22 
0.22 








Pass Efficiency 




































Player, Team 


CI 


G 


An 


Cmp 


Inl Pel. Yds 


TD 


EH. 


Punt Return Averaj 


















Weinke, Chris, FS 


SR 


12 


431 


266 


11 61.7 4167 


33 


1631 


Player, Team 


CI 


G 


Rel 


Yds 


TD 


Avg 




- 




Godsey, George, GT 


JR 


11 


349 


222 


6 636 2906 


23 


151.9 


Robinson, Koren, NCS 


SO 


11 


14 


218 


1 


15.6 




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Dantzler, Woodrow, CU 


JR 


11 


212 


122 


6 57.5 1691 


10 


134.5 


Allen, Bosley, NC 


SO 


11 


28 


421 


2 


15.0 






Ellis, Dan, VA 
Rivers Philip, NCS 


SR 
FR 


9 
11 


210 

441 


116 
237 


4 552 1642 
10 537 3054 


7 
25 


128.1 

1261 


Thomas, Clevan, FS 
Reames, Joe Don, CU 


SR 
SO 


12 
10 


15 
23 


201 
281 



1 


13.4 
122 












Curry, Ronald, NC 


JR 


11 


304 


163 


12 53 6 2325 


11 


121.9 


Maddox, Nick, FS 


SO 


12 


18 


190 





106 








McColl, Calvin, MD 


SO 


9 


199 


105 


9 52.8 1533 


5 


116.7 


Rhino, Kelley, GT 


SO 


10 


19 


173 





91 








Bryant, D„ DU 


SO 


11 


258 


129 


10 500 1448 


5 


95.8 


Hester, Marvious, GT 

Hamilton, Ronnie, DU 


SO 

JR 


9 
11 


11 
18 


94 
151 



1 


85 
8.4 








Total Offense 




































Player, Team 


CI 


G 


Rush 


Pass 


Plays Total 


Yds/G 




Kickoff Return Average 
















Weinke, Chris, FS 


SR 


12 


•97 


4167 


461 4070 


339.2 




Player, Team 


a 


G 


Rel 


Yds 


TD 


Avg 








Rivers, Philip, NCS 


FR 


11 


-85 


3054 


514 2969 


269.9 




Moore, Kyle, DU 


JR 


10 


13 


335 





25.8 








Godsey, George, GT 


JR 


11 


39 


2906 


404 2945 


267.7 




Robinson, Koren, NCS 


SO 


11 


20 


506 





25.3 








Curry, Ronald, NC 


JR 


11 


351 


2325 


423 2676 


243.3 




Stone, John, WF 


JR 


11 


32 


789 


1 


24 7 








Dantzler, Woodrow CU 


JR 


11 


947 


1691 


384 2638 


239.8 




Campbell, Kelly, GT 


JR 


11 


26 


632 





24.3 








Ellis, Don, VA 


SR 


9 


81 


1642 


266 1723 


191.4 




Sikyala, Mukala, MD 


SR 


10 


16 


364 





22.8 








McCall, Calvin, MD 


SO 


9 


58 


1533 


251 1591 


176.8 




Douglas, Chris, DU 


FR 


11 


35 


766 





219 








Bryant, D„ DU 


SO 


11 


•96 


1448 


337 1352 


122.9 




Mason, Tavon, VA 


SO 


11 


16 


346 





21.6 








Womack, Anrwoine, VA 


JR 


11 


1028 





210 1028 


93.5 




Aiken, Sam, NC 
Thomas, Art, VA 


SO 
FR 


11 
11 


18 
18 


365 
336 






203 
18.7 








Receptions Per Gai 














Punting 




















Player, Team 


CI 


G 


Pec 


Yds 


TD Avg/C 


Rec/G 






Robinson, Koren, NCS 


SO 


11 


62 


1061 


13 17.1 


5 64 




Player, Team 


CI 


G 


Punt 


Yds 


Avg 










Campbell, Kelly, GT 


JR 


11 


59 


963 


10 16.3 


5.36 




Morton, Brian, DU 


SR 


11 


77 


3478 


45.2 










Minnis, Marvin, FS 


SR 


12 


63 


1340 


11 21.3 


525 




Barnard, Brooks, MD 


SO 


11 


49 


2191 


44.7 










Gardner, Rod, CU 


SR 


11 


51 


956 


6 187 


4.64 




Abrams, Mike, VA 


JR 


11 


65 


2768 


42.6 










Williams, Ira, WF 


JR 


11 


45 


495 


2 11.0 


4.09 




Brennie, Matt, WF 


SO 


11 


63 


2648 


42.0 










Robinson, Ray, NCS 


JR 


11 


41 


366 


1 8.9 


3.73 




Dyke, Dan, GT 


SO 


9 


34 


1420 


41 8 










Allen, Bosley, NC 


SO 


11 


40 


634 


4 15.9 


3.64 




Cottrell, Keith, FS 


SR 


12 


48 


1983 


41.3 










Gary, Guilian, MD 


JR 


11 


40 


568 


7 14.2 


3.64 




Somaini, Jamie, CU 


SR 


11 


60 


2359 


39.3 










Minor, Travis, FS 


SR 


12 


42 


333 


79 


350 




Herbert, Austin, NCS 


FR 


11 


59 


2223 


377 










Wright, Willie, NCS 


JR 


9 


31 


401 


3 12.9 


3 44 




Ferguson, Blake, NC 


FR 


9 


40 


1475 


36.9 






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Receiving Yards Per Game 












Scoring 




















Player, Team 


CI 


G 


Rec 


Yds 


TD Avg/C 


Yds/G 




Player, Team 


CI 


G 


TD 


XPT 


FG 


Pis 


Pls/G 


■p 




Mmms, Marvin, FS 


SR 


12 


63 


1340 


11 213 


111.7 




Zachery, Trovis, CU 


JR 




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102 


9.3 


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Robinson, Koren, NCS 


SO 


11 


62 


1061 


13 17.1 


96.5 




Robinson, Koren, NCS 


SO 




14 








84 


7.6 


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Campbell, Kelly, GT 


JR 


11 


59 


963 


10 16.3 


87,5 




Mangel, luke, GT 


SO 


10 





38 


12 


74 


74 




Gardner, Rod, CU 


SR 


11 


51 


956 


6 18.7 


869 




Reed, Jeff, NC 


SR 







30 


16 


78 


7.1 


r 




Allen, Bosley, NC 


SO 


11 


40 


634 


4 15.9 


576 




Dantzler, Woodrow, CU 


JR 




13 








78 


7.1 


w 




Bell, Atrews, FS 


JR 


12 


37 


675 


10 18.2 


56.2 




Burns, Joe, GT 


SO 




13 








78 


7.1 


s& 




Boldin, Anquan, FS 


SO 


12 


41 


664 


6 16.2 


55.3 




Passingham, Kent, NCS 


SR 







36 


13 


75 


6.8 






Davis. Fabian, WF 


SO 


11 


33 


596 


3 18.1 


54.2 




Campbell, Kelly, GT 


JR 




12 








72 


6.5 






Gary, Guilian, MD 


JR 


11 


40 


568 


7 14.2 


51.6 




Hunt, Aaron. CU 


FR 







43 


8 


67 


6.1 






Bailey, Kory, NC 


JR 


11 


32 


550 


2 172 


500 




Jordan, LaMont, MD 


SR 




11 








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6.0 


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Field Goal Pet. 



Player, Team 

Zachery, Travis, CU 
Robinson, Koren, NCS 
Dantzler, Woodrow, CU 
Burns, Joe, GT 
Campbell, Kelly, GT 
Jordan, LaMonl, MD 
Minnis, Marvin, FS 
Bell, Alrews, FS 
Womack, Antwoine, VA 
McCray, William, FS 

Scoring (Kick) 



a 

JR 
SO 
JR 
SO 
JR 
SR 
SR 
JR 
JR 
JR 



TD Rush Pass Ret PAT Pts Pts/G 



17 
14 
13 
13 

12 
11 
11 



13 


13 

12 
2 

11 

1 
9 



4 

13 

1 

10 


11 

10 





102 
84 
78 
78 
72 
66 
66 
66 
54 
48 



9.3 
7.6 
7.1 
7.1 
6.5 
6.0 
5.5 
5.5 
4.9 
4.8 



Player, Team 
Lazzara, Tony, CU 
Reed, Jeff, NC 
Mangel, Luke, GT 
Greene, David, VA 
Passingham, Kent, NCS 
Kopka, Brian, MD 
Hunt, Aaron, CU 
Garber, Brent, DU 
Ashe, Tyler, WF 
Munyon, Matt, FS 



a 
so 

SR 
SO 
JR 
SR 
SR 
FR 
FR 
JR 
FR 



10 



FC 
1 

16 
12 
11 
13 



PGA 

1 
20 
16 
15 
18 
12 
13 
12 

9 



long 
26 
48 
50 
48 
40 
49 
31 
47 
50 
44 



Pel. 
100.0 
80.0 
750 
73.3 
72.2 
66.7 
61 5 
583 
55.6 
375 



Extra-Point Kicking • Pet. 



Player, Team 

Manget, Luke, GT 
Reed, Jeff, NC 
Passingham, Kent, NCS 
Hunt, Aaron, CU 
Greene, Dovid, VA 
Kopka, Brian, MD 
Ashe, Tyler, WF 
Garber, Brent, DU 
Munyon, Mart, FS 
Lazzara, Tony, CU 



CI 
SO 

SR 
SR 
FR 
JR 
SR 
JR 
FR 
FR 
SO 



XPT 
38-38 
30-30 
36-38 
43-45 
27-28 
26-28 
22-23 
16-18 
18-22 

6-8 



FG Pts Pts/G 



12-16 

16-20 

13-18 

8-13 

11-15 

8-12 

5-9 

7-12 

3-8 

1-1 



74 
78 
75 
67 
60 
50 
37 
37 
27 
9 



74 
7.1 
6.8 
6.1 
5.5 
4.5 
34 
3.4 
27 
08 



Player, Team 

Manget, Luke, GT 
Reed, Jeff, NC 
Greene, David, VA 
Ashe, Tyler, WF 
Hunt, Aaron, CU 
Passingham, Kent, NCS 
Kopka, Brian, MD 
Garber, Brent, DU 
Munyon, Mart, FS 
Lazzara, Tony, CU 



CI 
SO 
SR 
JR 
JR 
FR 
SR 
SR 
FR 
FR 
SO 



G 

10 



10 

11 



Made 

38 
30 
27 
22 
43 
36 
26 
16 
18 
6 



An Pa. 

38 100.0 

30 100.0 

28 96.4 



23 
45 
38 
28 
18 
22 



95 7 
956 
94.7 
92.9 
889 
81.8 
75.0 



Field Goals Per Came 



Defense - Tackles Per Game 



Player, Team 
Reed, Jeff, NC 
Manget, Luke, GT 
Passingham, Kent, NCS 
Greene, David, VA 
Kopka, Brian, MD 
Hunt, Aaron, CU 
Garber, Brent, DU 
Ashe, Tyler, WF 
Munyon, Matt, FS 
Lazzara, Tony, CU 



CI 
SR 
SO 
SR 
JR 
SR 
FR 
FR 
JR 
FR 
SO 



FG 

16 
12 
13 
11 



FGA 

20 

16 
18 
15 
12 
13 
12 
9 



Pet. FG/G 



80.0 
750 
72.2 
73.3 
66.7 
61 5 
58.3 
55 6 
375 
1000 



1.45 
1.20 
1.18 
1.00 
0.73 
0.73 
064 
0.45 
0.30 
0.09 



Player, Team 
Levar Fisher, Jr., NCS 
Chad Carson, Jr., CU 
Keith Adams, Jr., CU 
Brandon Spoon, Sr., NC 
Yubrenal Isabelle, Sr, VA 
Byron Thweatt, Sr., VA 
EJ. Henderson, So., MD 
Marlon Moye-Moore, Jr., MD 
Donny Green, Sr , VA 
Adrian Wilson, Jr., NCS 
Dantonio Burnette, So., NCS 
Tony Jackson, Jr., MD 
Marquis Hopkins, Jr., WF 



UA 

93 
77 
74 
71 
66 
80 
70 
68 
64 
58 
52 
71 
63 



A 
70 
69 
64 
60 
62 
45 
39 
40 
45 
48 
53 
30 
36 



Total Avg/G 



163 
146 
138 
131 
128 
125 
109 
108 
109 
106 
105 
101 
99 



14.8 
133 
12.5 
11.9 
116 
11.4 
10.9 
9.8 
99 
9.6 
95 
9.2 
90 



Sack 
5.0 
3.0 
6.0 
1.0 
2.0 
2.0 
2.0 
2.0 
0.0 
0.0 
0.0 
0.0 
0.0 



2000 ACC PLAYERS OF THE WEEK 

Offensive Back 



Defensive Line 



Specialist 



S2 

S9 

S16 

S23 

S30 

07 

014 

021 

028 

N6 

N13 

N20 

N27 



Woodrow Dantzler 
Chris Weinke 
Billy McMullen 
Woodrow Dantzler 
Chris Weinke 
Chris Weinke 
Antwoine Womack 
Chris Weinke 
Rod Gordner 
George Godsey 
Chris Weinke 
George Godsey 
Chris Weinke 
George Godsey 



Clemson 
Florida State 
Virginia 
Clemson 
Florida State 
Florida State 
Virginia 
Florida State 
Clemson 
Georgia Tech 
Florida State 
Georgia Tech 
Florida State 
Georgia Tech 



S2 

S9 

S16 

S23 

S30 

07 

014 

021 

028 

N6 

N13 

N20 

N27 



Chad Carson 
Julius Peppers 
Greg Gathers 
Jamal Reynolds 
Yubrenal Isabelle 
Levar Fisher 
Chad Carson 
Nick Rogers 
Julius Peppers 
Levar Fisher 
Brandon Spoon 
Keith Adams 
Daryl Smith 



Clemson 
North Carolina 
Georgia Tech 
Florida State 
Virginia 
NC State 
Clemson 
Georgia Tech 
North Carolina 
NC State 
North Carolina 
Clemson 
Georgia Tech 



S2 

S9 

S16 

S23 

S30 

07 

014 

021 

028 

N6 

N13 

N20 

N27 



John Stone 
Bosley Allen 
Brian Morton 
Joe Don Reames 
Pat Newton 
Mart Brennie 
Ronnie Hamilton 
Chance Gwaltney 
Brian Mance 
Jeff Reed 
Jeff Reed 
Aaron Hunt 
Koren Robinson 



Wake Forest 
North Carolina 
Duke 
Clemson 
Florida State 
Wake Forest 
Duke 

Florida State 
Clemson 
North Carolina 
North Carolina 
Clemson 
NC State 



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Offensive Line 



Defensive Back 



Rookie. 



S2 

S9 

S16 

S23 

S30 

07 

014 

021 

028 

N6 

N13 

N20 

N27 



James Wagstaff 
Kyle Young 
Jarad Moon 
Kyle Young 
Tarlos Thomas 
Will Merritt 
Chris Brown 
Jarad Moon 
Justin Amman 
Justin Amman 
Chris Brown 
Brent Key 
David Schmidgall 



North Carolina 
Clemson 
Florida Stale 
Clemson 
Florida State 
Clemson 
Georgia Tech 
Florida State 
Florida State 
Florida State 
Georgia Tech 
Georgia Tech 
Georgia Tech 



S2 Billy-Dee Greenwood 

S9 Tommy Polley 

S16 Byron Thweatt 

S23 Tommy Polley 

S30 Chris Young 

07 Shawn Forte 

014 AlexArdley 

021 Keith Adorns 

028 Byron Thweatt 

N6 Toy Cody 

N13 Toy Cody 

N20 Toy Cody 

N27 Toy Cody 
Alex Ardley 



North Carolina 
Florida State 
Virginia 
Florida State 
Georgia Tech 
Maryland 
Clemson 
Clemson 
Virginia 
Florida State 
Florida State 
Florida State 
Florida State 
Clemson 



S2 
S9 
S16 
S23 



lip Rivers 
lip Rivers 
lip Rivers 
lip Rivers 
S30 Keith Kelly 
07 Philip Rivers 
lip Rivers 
Hie Simmons 
028 Daryl Smith 
Parker 
lip Rivers 
lip Rivers 



014 Phi 
021 Wi 



N6 Will 
N13 Phi 
N20 Phi 



NC State 
NC State 
NC State 
NC Slate 
Clemson 
NC Stale 
NC Stole 
Clemson 
Georgio Tech 
North Carolina 
NC Stale 
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2000 Award Winners 108 

2000 Maryland Statistics 109 

Off. Game-by-Game Stats Ill 

Def. Game-by-Game Stats 112 

Team Game-by-Game Stats 113 

Season Superlatives 114 

Game-by-Game Starters 116 

Game-by-Game Capsules 117 

Temple & West Virginia 117 

Middle Tenn. State & Florida State 118 

Virginia & Clemson 119 

Wake Forest & Duke 120 

NC State & North Carolina 121 

Georgia Tech A 122 

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Terps Finish Season 5-6; 
Friedgen Named Mew Coach 

The University of Maryland football team 
finished its 2000 season with a 5-6 overa 
record and a 3-4 mark in the Atlantic Coast 
Conference. Following the season, it 
welcomed one of its own back into 
the fold as it announced the hiring 
of former Terrapin player and 
coach, Ralph Friedgen, as its head 
coach. 

Friedgen was named the 33rd 
head coach in Maryland history on 
November 29 after the release of Ron 
Vanderlinden. Friedgen most recently 
served as offensive coordinator at Geoi 
gia Tech, but he has strong ties to the uni- 
versity as he played for the Terps in the mid- 
'60s and coached under Bobby Ross during the 
school's most recent ACC glory days from 1982 
86. 

For the 2000 season, the Terps matched 
their overall record from a year ago and im- 
proved on their conference record by one 
game, but were unable to become bowl eli- 
gible after working their way to a 5-4 record 
with two games remaining in the season 

Senior tailback LaMont Jordan (Forestville, 
Md.) completed his spectacular career at Ma 
land as the school's all-time leading rusher with 
4,147 yards He led the Terrapins in rushing 
and scoring in 2000 and worked his way 
up to third on the Atlantic Coast Conference 
career rushing chart. In addition, he finished 
his career as the school's all-time leader in all-purpose 
yards with 4,960. 

Looking ahead, the Terrapins have a bright future 
in store as they return 17 starters from the 2000 club 
including eight players on offense and eight on a de- 
fense that got better as the season progressed in '00. In 
particular, Maryland's linebacking corps could be one 
of the best in the country as this past season's group of 
starters (Marlon Moye-Moore, E.J. Henderson, Aaron Th- 
ompson and Mike Whaley) combined for 366 tackles, 
39 TFLs and 15.5 sacks, and all will return in 2001. 

Jordan Caps Record-Breaking Career 

LaMont Jordan's four-year career at the University 
of Maryland came to a close in the Terrapins' season 
finale versus Georgia Tech, but his name will resound 
throughout the school's record books for years to come. 

Jordan finished his career with 4,147 yards rush- 
ing, the most in school history and the most by any back 
in the ACC in 20 years. That total also puts him in third 
on the all-time ACC list as he will go down trailing just 
Amos Brown of North Carolina (1977-80; 4,391 yards) 
and all-time leader Ted Brown (1975-78) of NC State 
who finished his career with 4,602 yards. He became 
the Terrapins' career leader in rushing in the West Vir- 
ginia game on September 16. 

The highlight of Jordan's career was his 1999 sea- 



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son as he ran for 1,632 yards, most ever by a Maryland 
player in a single season. In that season, he added 
school records for touchdowns (16) and yards in a 
game (306 vs. Virginia). 

For his career, Jordan's name is 
plastered all over the Maryland 
record books. He leaves as the 
t%1 school's all-time leading 
rusher in terms of yards 
4,147), attempts 
(807), 100-yard 
games (18), all- 
purpose yards 
4,960) and 
all-purpose at- 
tempts (889), 

In the conference, Jor- 
dan finishes third in rush- 
ing and seventh in all- 
purpose yards. He 
B owns the third-best 
rushing day in con- 
ference history 
(306), the third-most 
single-season rush- 
ing yards (1999; 
632), the fifth- 
most TDs scored in 
season (1999; 
7) and the 11 In- 
most touch- 
downs scored in 
a career (37). 




LaMont Jordan was a 
second round pick by the 
New York Jets in the 2001 
NFL Draft. 



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Farewell to Seniors 



A total of 1 8 Maryland seniors suited up in Terrapin 
gear for the last time with the close of the 2000 season. 

The group includes many faces that will remain fa- 
miliar to Maryland fans, including the school's all-time 
leading rusher (LaMont Jordan), one of its top defensive 
backs (Shawn Forte) and one of its best kickers (Brian 
Kopka) The following is a list of those seniors (* = let- 
ters earned): 

Omar Cheeseboro, WR * East Orange, N.J. 

Kevin Collins, WR Grosse Point, Mich. 

Moises Cruz, WR Germantown, Md. 

Shawn Forte, S Poughkeepsie, NY. 

Gil Harris, QB Virginia Beach, Va. 

Jason Hatala, WR Centreville, Va. 

Tim Howard, OT Leonardo, N.J 

Mike Hull, TE Hagerstown, Md. 

Kris Jenkins, DT Ypsilanti, Mich. 

LaMont Jordan, TB Forestville, Md. 

Matt Kalapinski, FB Marshfield, Mass. 

Brian Kopka, PK * * * * Hollywood, Fla. 

Matt Langlie, QB Kensington, Md. 

Mark Lebida, WR * Edison, NJ. 

Doug Patterson, WR *** Shelby Township, Mich. 
Scott Rudolph, LS **** Churchville, Md 

Mukala Sikyala, Jr., TB * * Lanham, Md. 

Sean Starner, P Mechanicsburg, Pa. 



Barnard Fourth in NCAA 



Brooks Barnard (Arnold, Md.) finished his sopho- 
more campaign ranked fourth in the NCAA Division l-A 
standings in punting. Barnard, who began the season 
with a school-record performance (53.8 yards on six at- 
tempts) vs. Temple, and continued to lead the nation af- 
ter the WVU game, finished the 2000 season with a 
school-record average of 44.7 yards per punt. His mark 
- which bested Scott Milanovich's 43.8-yard average 
from 1993 - finished the season just under two yards 
behind the nation's leader, Preston Gruening of Minne- 
sota (45.2). 

- For his efforts in '00, Barnard was named an hon- 
orable mention AII-ACC selection and honorable men- 
tion All-America by the Football News 

- For the season, Barnard had punts of 85 (a ca- 
reer long and three short of the UM record), 71, 67 
(twice), 66, 63 and 61 yards. All told, he had a total of 
1 3 punts that were 50 yards or more. 

- In the season's final game (against Georgia Tech), 
Barnard punted five times for a 44.0-yard average. His 
long on the day was 58 yards and he placed one punt 
inside the 20. 

- Against North Carolina, Barnard contributed in 
another way - with his arm. On 4th-and-5 in the second 
quarter, Barnard completed an 11 -yard pass to Shawn 
Forte out of punt formation to keep a Maryland drive 
alive. 

- Barnard, who walked on to the team in 1999, 
posted Maryland's best punting average (42.1 yards) 
since 1993 as just a freshman. 



Defense Stands Up 



It may come as a surprise when looking at the final 
national rankings, but the Maryland defense was one of 
the driving forces behind the 2000 squad's late-season 
success. It was a defense that held Duke, Wake Forest 
and North Carolina to a combined total of 29 points 
and made enough big plays down the stretch to hang on 
for the upset win over NC State 

- In the loss to North Carolina, Maryland held the 
Tar Heels without a touchdown until the fourth quarter. 
Going into the Georgia Tech game, the Terps had held 
their opponents out of the end zone in 12 of the previ- 
ous 1 6 quarters of regulation football they had played, a 
feat that spanned four games. 

- Maryland's defense had an innate ability to hold 
its opponent in check to start the second half in 2000. 
For the season, Terp opponents averaged 4 4 points in 
the third quarter and they were shut out in the frame six 
times by Maryland's defense. In addition, the defense 
got better in the quarter as the season progressed as it 
shut out its opponents in the period in five of the last seven 
games and did not allow a touchdown in the last four 
games of the season. 

-The Terrapin defense held UNC to 10 first downs 
for the entire game and four through the first three quar- 
ters. The Tar Heels also were only able to convert two of 
14 third downs for the game. 

- Safety Shawn Forte had one of the highlight plays 
for the defense this year in the second quarter of the 



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UNC game. After Tar Heel TB Willie Parker broke free 
and past the Maryland secondary, Forte came from no- 
where to run down the UNC back. He then made the 
touchdown-saving tackle while stripping the ball that 
Marlon Moye-Moore eventually recovered. 

- In the upset win over NC State, the Terps broke 
t up six passes, a total that accounted for nearly one-third 
' of Maryland's season total for PBU's ( 1 7) at that time. 

- Maryland also held NC State to just 119 total 
yards in the second half after yielding 282 in the first 

I half 

- In the win over Duke Oct. 28, Maryland held the 
Blue Devils to a field goal and a touchdown (on a gad- 

' get play). The Terps limited Duke to just 266 total yards, 
including just 13 rushing yards on 40 carries. 

- Against Wake Forest Oct. 21, Maryland nearly 
■ registered its first shutout of the season before yielding a 

touchdown with 6:07 remaining in the game and the 
Terps in front 37-0. 

Five Terps Play in Postseason 

Five seniors from last year's Terrapin team partici- 
pated in postseason all-star games in hopes of improv- 
ing their chances of playing at the next level. 

Tailback LaMont Jordan and defensive tackle Kris 
Jenkins played in the Senior Bowl January 20. 

Maryland was also represented well in the Hula 
Bowl as FS Shawn Forte and FB Matt Kalapinski played 
in the game, also on January 20, in Maui. 

Jenkins pulled double duty as he also played in the 
Blue-Gray Classic on Christmas Day, 2000, in Montgom- 
ery, Ala. 

The final Terrapin who played in a postseason all- 
star game was kicker Brian Kopka Kopka returned to 
his home state of Florida to play in the Rotary Gridiron 
Classic at the Citrus Bowl in Orlando, Florida, on Janu- 
ary 13. 

0-Line Experience 

Maryland returned three starters from its offensive 
line which led the ACC in fewest sacks allowed in 1999 
and four starters (including those three) will return next 
year from a group that finished second in the conference 
in fewest sacks allowed (21 ) in 2000. 

Included in the mix are a trio of youngsters who 
have already combined for a substantial amount of start- 
ing experience: junior center Melvin Fowler (Wheatly 
Heights, NY), sophomore left guard Todd Wike (Leba- 
non, Pa.) and sophomore right tackle Matt Crawford 
(Moravia, NY). Wike and Crawford have combined to 
register 41 starts in their two-year collegiate careers, with 
Crawford earning second team Freshman All-America 
honors by The Sporting News in 1999. Although 
Crawford injured his knee toward the end of 2000 (he 
started the first nine games), he remains a force to be 
reckoned with for the future. Meanwhile, Wike was as 
dependable as they come in '00, starting all 11 games 
ot guard for the Terps. 

Fowler goes into the 2001 season having started 
every game (33) of his collegiate career, and is one of 
the top centers in the ACC. He earned an honorable 
mention All-ACC nod and was dubbed first team all-con- 
ference by Collegefoolballnews.com. Add to the mix 
redshirt freshman Lamar Bryant (Clinton, Md.|, who was 



a fixture at right guard down the stretch in 2000, and 
the Terps have a strong base of linemen to work with in 
2001. 

Pass Protection Impressive 

Despite losing a pair of starters on the offensive line 
and a two-year starter at tight end, Maryland's offensive 
line allowed just 21 sacks (and only 20 of a QB) in the 
2000 season. That number was second-best in the 
ACC and it continues an impressive trend begun 
four seasons ago. 

In 1997, the Terps yielded a whop- 
ping 56 sacks as the offensive 
line was being converted 
from a run-and-shoot block- 4H 
ing unit to one of a more w^M 
conventional offensive 
scheme In 1998, that figure 
was nearly cut in half, with 
Maryland allowing 30 , 
sacks in 11 games. 

Last season, sacks 
were dramatically reduced 
again, with Terp QBs caught 
behind the line of scrimmage 
just 11 times in 251 throw- 
ing situations. 

Prior to allowing 

a safety in the second 

quarter against 

Florida State, the 

Terps had run a 

string together of „ 

Kris Jenkins was a second round pick by the 
six straight guar- ^.^ ^^ ^ ^ 2QQ] m ^ 

ters without allow- 
ing a sack. 




five in that some lime period (one against NC State; one 
against UNC; three against Georgia Tech). 

- Through 1 1 games, Gary is eighth in the ACC in 
receptions per game (3.6) and 10th in the conference in 
receiving yards per game (51.6). Both totals are also 
team highs. 

- Gary's two touchdowns against Middle Tennes- 
see in week three marked the first time a Terrapin wideout 

had two TD receptions since Omar Cheeseboro ac 
complished the feat versus NC State in 1997. 
He later topped the feat with his three touch- 
downs against the Georgia Tech. 

- After a near record-setting sea- 
son returning punts in 1999, Gary is qui- 
etly making his way up the career 
charts for punt returns. His 312 
yards a year ago were the fourth- 
highest figure in Terrapin history 
and his 35 returns matched the 
second-highest total. Going 
nto 2001, Gary is within reach 
of Terp career records for both 
yards and returns. 



Year Sacks Allowed Avg./Game Pass Art/Sack 
199756 5.1 5 

1998 30 2.7 7.7 

1999 11 1.0 22 8 

2000 21* 1.9 16 8 

'one sock was on TB LaMont Jordan as he tried to pass on an 
option play against Florida State 



Gary Terps' Go-To Receiver 

Junior WRGuilian Gary (Horseheads, NY.) became 
the Terrapins' top receiving threat in 2000 and has be- 
come one of the better receivers in the Atlantic Coast 
Conference. With his three-touchdown performance in 
the season's final game, he also has put himself in the 
Terp record books. 

- With his three TDs against Georgia Tech, Gary 
tied a school record for receiving touchdowns in a game, 
matching the mark set by Jermaine Lewis in 1993 and 
James Milling in 1986. 

- Gary also added to his season total for touch- 
down receptions, leaving him with seven for the 2000 
season. That mark ranks tied for fourth on the Terp single 
season list and is the most by a Maryland player in seven 
years. 

- For the game, Gary had six receptions for 85 
yards. With his scoring catches, Gary made it three- 
straight games that he had caught a scoring pass and 



Jenkins Finishes With 
Big Year 

Senior defensive 
tackle Kris Jenkins (Ypsilanti, 
Mich.) spent much of his career 
trying to live up to the expecta- 
tions set for him. In his final sea- 
son as a Terp, he went above and 
beyond those expectations. 

- Prior to 2000, Jenkins had 
single-season bests of 39 tackles, four 
TFLs and one sack. In fact, his career to- 
tals were 92 tackles, seven TFLs and one-and-a-half sacks. 
In 2000, Jenkins destroyed his previous season bests 
and put up numbers that looked more like his career num- 
bers as he led all Maryland defensive linemen and fin- 
ished sixth on the team with 62 tackles. More impres- 
sively, he led the Terrapins for the season with 17 TFLs 
and eight sacks. 

- Against Duke ( 1 0-28-00), Jenkins had 12 tackles 
(nine unassisted), four for loss and three sacks. All three 
totals were single-game career highs. 

- At 6-5, 292 pounds, it was a given that Jenkins 
would be a force against the run. His ability to get in the 
opponents' backfield is what earned him second team 
All-ACC honors and the team's lineman of the year 
award. 

-Jenkins' sack total tied him with Ernie Salley for 
1 0th on the single season list as Salley also notched eight 
in 1975. 



Thompson Has Strong Season 

Junior Aaron Thompson completed the 2000 foot- 
ball season the same way that he had completed his 
previous two - as a starter in every game the Terrapins 
played and one of the team's top playmakers. 

- After having a few performances that could be 
considered sub-standard for Thompson to start the sea- 
son the career 33-game starter picked up the pace and 
went on a big-play rampage. The Terps' defensive im- 



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He finished the season fifth 
on the team in tackles with 81, 
was second in sacks with 6 5 
and had nine TFLs to go along 
with it. 

- Thompson had a sack, a 
TFL and a huge fumble recovery 
to go along with five tackles against 
North Carolina. 

- Against NC State, Thomp- 
son had a career-high 17 
tackles, one TFL and one 
forced fumble. 

- The outstanding 
play began against Duke, as Thompson 
registered seven tackles, three TFLs and 
three sacks. The three sacks were a 
single-game career-high for Thompson 
and equaled the most by a Terp in any 
game this year. 

- In his three-year career, Thompson 
has amassed near-record numbers in tackles 
for loss (35). He paced Maryland with nine TFLs 
as a freshman and 17 in 1999 as a sopho- 
more - and added nine tackles for loss in 
2000. Mike Whaley was named a 

- His 17 TFLs in 1999 were the best Sporting News third team 

at Maryland since Charles Johnson posted Freshman Ail-American in 2000. 
18 in 1978. 

- His efforts include a career-high 15 stops in the 
1999 opener vs Temple and double-figure efforts in eight 
of 11 games in 1999. Overall, he has registered double- 
digit tackles in 11 of his last 21 games. 

- Thompson has started every game of his major 
college career (33), and is averaging 79 stops per game 
(259 total). 



A Whale of a Freshman Effort 




Redshirt freshman Mike Whaley was one of the Ter- 
rapins' top defensive playmakers in 2000 and one of 
the reasons the Maryland defense will be a force to be 
reckoned with in 2001. 

- Whaley had 68 tackles in his freshman campaign 
and was one of the team leaders in sacks (5) and tackles 

for loss (12). 

- For his efforts, Whaley was honored by The Sport- 
_ ing News as a third team Freshman All-America. 



Homehoys 



Establishing the Maryland-D.C.-Northern Vir- 
ginia area as the primary recruiting base for 
the development of the Terrapin program has 
been an overriding goal in recent years. It is 
a trend that Ralph Friedgen has insisted will 
continue as his reign as Terrapins coach begins. 
In 1997, just 23 players on the Terrapin ros- 
ter hailed from either Maryland, D.C. or 
Northern Virginia, with six of 
!flk lnose serving as opening- 
game starters. 



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ever, numbers in both catego- 
ries have doubled - 46 play- 
ers from the region were on 
the 2000 roster, with 12 of 
those starting on opening day 
versus Temple. 



Md./D.C./N.Va. 
Players on Roster 
Opening-Game Starters 



1997 

23 
6 



1998 1999 
34 39 
5 7 



2000 
46 

12 



2QQ0 POSTSEASON HONORS 



Brooks Barnard, So., P 

Football News All-America (honorable mention), AII-ACC 
(honorable mention), The Sporting News All-ACC (second 
team); Ray Guy Award Nominee 

Shawn Forte, Sr„ FS 

All-ACC (honorable mention); The Sporting News AII-ACC 
(second team); Collegefootballnews.com AII-ACC (first team) 

Melvin Fowler, Jr., C 

All-ACC (honorable mention), Collegefootballnews.com AII- 
ACC (first team) 

Brian Kopka, Sr„ PK 

Verizon CoSIDA Academic All-District (second learn) 

Kris Jenkins, Sr., DT 

All-ACC (second team) 

Tony Jackson, Jr., SS 

All-ACC (honorable mention) 

LaMont Jordan, Sr., TB 

All-ACC (second team), The Sporting News AII-ACC (second 
team) 

Scott Rudolph, Sr., LS 

Verizon CoSIDA Academic All-District (first team) 

Mike Whaley, R-Fr., LB 

The Sporfing News Freshman All-America (third team) 




Kopka was a Verizon CoSIDA Academic All-District pick. 



2000 TEAM HONORS 

Ray Krouse Award (MVP) 

Shawn Forte, Sr., FS 

Most Valuable Offensive Player 

LaMont Jordan, Sr., TB 

Most Valuable Defensive Player 

Shawn Forte, Sr. FS 

Champion of the Year 

Mike Hull, Sr., TE 

Team Captains 

Matt Kalapinski, Sr., FB; Shawn Forte, Sr., FS; 
Aaron Thompson, Jr., LB 

Top Special Teams Performers 

Brian Kopka, Sr. PK 
Brooks Barnard, So., P 

A.V. Williams Award 

(outstanding and conspicuous sportsmanship) 

Matt Kalapinski, Sr., FB 

Terrapin Club Award 
(greatest contribution to football) 

Jason Hatala, Sr., WR 

James M. Tatum Award (lineman of the year) 

Kris Jenkins, Sr,, DT 

George C. Cook Memorial Award 
(senior with highest GPAI 

Brian Kopka, Sr., PK 

George Boutselis Memorial Award 
(letterman with highest GPAI 

Scott Rudolph, Sr., LS 

Alvin L Aubinoe Award 
(unsung hero) 

Melvin Fowler, Jr., C 

Freshman of the Year 

JeffDugan, TE 

Dr. John E. Faber, Jr., Award (Iron Man) 
Scott Rudolph, Sr., LS 




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RECORD: OVERALL 


HOME 


AWAY 


RUSHING G 


Att 


Gain 


Loss 


Net 


Avg 


TD Long Avg/G 


o 




' ALL GAMES 5-6-0 




4-2-0 


1-4-0 


Jordan, LaMont 11 


213 


1050 


130 


920 


43 


11 


77 


83.6 






| CONFERENCE (ACC) 3-5-0 




2-2-0 


1-3-0 


Sikyala, Mukala 11 


40 


199 


9 


190 


4.8 


2 


30 


17.3 




NON-CONFERENCE 2-1-0 




2-0-0 


0-1-0 


Hill, Shaun 6 


44 


186 


94 


92 


21 


1 


23 


15.3 












Hatala, Jason 9 


6 


76 





76 


127 


2 


18 


8.4 


3 




. DATE OPPONENT 


W/L 


SCORE 


An. 


McCall, Calvin 9 


52 


188 


130 


58 


1.1 


1 


18 


64 




9,2000 TEMPLE 


W 


17-10 


46950 


Kalapinski, Matt 11 


12 


36 





36 


3.0 





11 


3.3 




[ Sep 16,2000 at West Virginia 


L 


17-30 


53007 


Riley, Marc 11 


6 


17 


2 


15 


2.5 


1 


7 


1.4 






j Sep 23, 2000 MIDDLE TENNESSEE W 


45-27 


31126 


Lynch, Jomes 8 


4 


6 





6 


1.3 





4 


0.9 


5 




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7-59 


47044 


Team 5 


7 





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-28 


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L 


23-31 


53655 


Total 1 1 


384 


1758 


393 


1365 


3.6 


18 


77 


124.1 


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L 


14-35 


85000 


Opponents 1 1 


503 


2398 


351 


2047 


4.1 


22 


70 


186.1 


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W 
W 


37-7 
20-9 


26544 
20033 


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35-28 


28410 


PASSING G Efficiency 


Att-C 


!mp-lnt 


Pet 


Yds 


TD 


.ng Avg/G 












McCall, Calvin 9 


116.72 


199-105-9 


52.8 


1533 


5 


61 


170.3 




'Nov 11, 2000 at North Carolina 


L 


10-13 


40000 


Hill, Shaun 6 


119.17 


126-73-4 


579 


778 


6 


40 


129.7 




•Nov 18, 2000 GEORGIA TECH 


L 


22-35 


24701 


Jordan, LaMont 11 


-30.08 




5-1-1 


20.0 


-6 








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Patterson, Doug 10 


150.40 




1-1-0 


100.0 


6 





6 


0.6 












Barnard, Brooks 11 


192.40 




1-1-0 


100.0 


11 





11 


1.0 




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Total 1 1 


/ 15.77 


332181-14 


54.5 


2322 


;/ 


61 


211.1 




TEAM STATISTICS 


MD 




OPP 


Opponents 1 1 


134.12 


347-202-12 


58.2 


2793 


16 


64 


253.9 




i FIRST DOWNS 
Rushing 


187 
75 




251 
119 


Receiving Statistics 
















(Sb 


Passing 

J Penalty 


100 
12 




121 
11 


RECEIVING G 
Gary, Guilian 11 


No. 

40 


Yds 
568 


Avg 

14.2 


TD 

7 


Long 
33 


Avg/G 
51.6 






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I RUSHING YARDAGE 


1365 




2047 


Duganjeff 11 


25 


319 


12.8 


1 


47 


29.0 








Yards gained rushing 
Yards lost rushinq 


1758 




2398 


Jordan, LaMont 11 


21 


287 


13.7 





54 


26.1 








393 




351 


Hatola, Jason 9 


21 


285 


13.6 


1 


41 


31.7 








a 
Rushing Attempts 


384 




503 


Kalapinski, Matt 11 
Cruz, Moises 11 


20 

14 


215 
209 


10.8 
14.9 


1 



61 

54 


19.5 

190 








Average Per Rush 


3.6 




4.1 


Monroe, Scooter 1 1 


14 


179 


12.8 





51 


16.3 








Average Per Game 


124.1 




186.1 


Williams, Jafar 10 


9 


113 


12.6 





36 


11.3 








TDs Rushing 


18 




22 


James, Eric 11 


6 


72 


12.0 





17 


6.5 








PASSING YARDAGE 


2322 




2793 


Sikyala, Mukala 11 


4 


43 


10.8 





18 


3.9 








Att-Comp-Inf 332-181-14 


347-202-12 


Riley, Marc 11 


2 


7 


3.5 





6 


0.6 








Average Per Pass 


70 




8.0 


Lynch, James 8 


2 


-4 


-2.0 


1 


2 


-0.6 








Average Per Catch 


12.8 




13.8 


Forte, Shawn 11 


1 


11 


11.0 





11 


1.0 








Average Per Game 


211.1 




253.9 


Patterson, Doug 10 


1 


10 


10.0 





10 


1.0 








1 TDs Passing 


11 




16 


Cheeseboro, O. 8 


1 


8 


80 





8 


1.0 








TOTAL OFFENSE 


3687 




4840 


Total 1 1 


181 


2322 


12.8 


;; 


61 


211.1 








Total Plays 


716 




850 


Opponents 1 1 


202 


2793 


13.8 


16 


64 


253.9 








Average Per Play 
Average Per Game 


5.1 
335.2 




5.7 
440.0 


Scoring Statistics 


















; KICK RETURNS: #-YARDS 


35-670 




31-544 


SCORING TD 


FGs 


Kick 


Rush 


Rev 


Pass 


DXP 


Saf 


Points 




PUNT RETURNS: #-YARDS 


15-77 




23-271 


Jordan, LaMont 11 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 








66 




INT RETURNS: #-YARDS 


12-269 




14-153 


Kopka, Brion 


8-12 26-28 


0-0 





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50 




a FUMBLES-LOST 


17-8 




23-13 


Gary, Guilian 7 


0-0 


0-0 


OO 





OO 








42 




; PENALTIES-YARDS 


66-517 




85-694 


Hatala, Jason 3 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 








18 




i PUNTS-AVG 


62-42.2 




55-37.8 


Sikyala, Mukala 2 


0-0 


0-0 


oo 





0-0 








12 




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31:34 


Hill, Shaun 1 


0-0 


0-0 


1-1 





1-1 








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3RD-DOWN CONVERSIONS 
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45/150 
12/22 




65/165 
14/27 


Lynch, James 1 
Forte, Shawn 1 
Riley, Marc 1 


0-0 
00 

0-0 


0-0 
OO 
0-0 


0-0 
0-0 

oo 







0-0 
0-0 
0-0 












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Joe, Leon 1 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





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4fh 


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Jones, Rondoll 1 


0-0 


0-0 


00 





00 








6 


IB 


: Maryland 30 41 


86 


76 


14 247 


Kalapinski Matt 1 


0-0 


0-0 


00 





oo 








6 


IB- 1 


Opponents 55 110 


45 


67 


7 284 


Duganjeff 1 


OO 


00 


oo 





oo 








6 


Mr 










McCall, Calvin 1 


00 


oo 


oo 





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6 


ip 










Cruz, Moises 


00 


oo 


oo 


1 


oo 








2 


■ 










Siljkovic, Vedad 


Ol 


1-1 


00 





oo 








1 


■ 










Total 32 


8-13 27-29 


1-1 


; 


1-2 








247 


■ 










Opponents 38 


7-11 31-38 


00 





OO 





2 


284 


1 




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Kicking Statistics 


















Interception 


Statistics 












•i 


FIELD GOALS FGs 


Pet 


01-19 20-29 


30-39 


40-49 50-99 


Lg 


Blk 


INTERCEPTIONS 




No. Yds 


Avg 


TD Long 








Kopka, Brian 8-12 


66.7 


0-0 3-4 




-2 


4-5 


0-1 


49 





Forte, Shawn 




4 114 


28.5 


1 69 








v 


Siljkovic, Vedad 0-1 


0.0 


0-0 0-0 


0-0 


0-1 


0-0 








Cox, Curome 




2 30 


15.0 


22 








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Smith, Andrew 




1 


0.0 











Punting Statistics 


















Jackson, Tony 




1 


0.0 











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5 


PUNTING No. 


Yds 


Avg Long 




TB 


FC 


120 


Jlkd 




Okanlawon, Tony 




1 


0.0 











Barnard, Brooks 49 


2191 


447 85 




5 


8 


8 







Stewart, Tyrone 




1 35 


35.0 


35 








Siljkovic, Vedad 13 


427 


328 42 




4 





5 







Jones, Randall 




1 90 


?0.0 


1 90 








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a; 


Total 62 


26 18 


42.2 85 




9 


8 


13 







Bishop, Kevin 




1 


0.0 











Opponents 55 


2078 


37.8 58 




6 


5 


11 


1 




Total 




12 269 


22.4 


2 90 




























Opponents 




14 153 


10.9 


32 








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Punt Returns Statistics 

PUNT RET. No. Yds 


Avg 


TD 




ong 








All Purpose 


Statistics 


























Gary, Guilian 


13 


65 


5.0 







15 








ALL PURPOSE 


G 


Rush Rec 


PR 


KOR IR FR 


Tot 


^vg/G 




Stewart, Tyrone 


1 


4 


40 
















Jordan, LaMont 


11 


920 287 








1207 


109.7 




oi 


Hatala, Jason 


1 


8 


8.0 







8 








Gary, Guilian 


11 


568 


65 


92 


725 


65.9 


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Total 


15 


77 


5.1 







15 








Sikyala, Mukala 


11 


190 43 





364 


597 


54.3 




Opponents 


23 


271 


11.8 







33 








Hatala, Jason 
Monroe, Scooter 


9 
11 


76 285 
179 


8 




145 


369 
324 


410 
29.5 




Kickoff Returns Statistics 














Total 


/; 


1365 2322 


77 


670 269 55 


4758 


432.5 




KICK RET. 


No. 


Yds 


Avg 


TD 




ong 








Opponents 


/; 


2047 2803 


271 


544 153 14 


5832 


530.2 ; 




Sikyola, Mukala 
Monroe, Scooter 


16 
10 


364 
145 


22.8 
14.5 








51 
20 








Total Offense Statistics 




























Gary, Guilian 


4 


92 


23.0 







31 








TOTAL OFFENSE 


G 


Plays Rush 


Pass 


Total Avg/G 








KolaDinski Matt 


3 


44 


14 7 


o 




18 








McCall, Calvin 


9 


251 58 


1533 


1591 176.8 








Henderson, EJ. 


1 


12 


12.0 







12 








Jordan, LaMont 


11 


218 920 


-6 


914 83.1 






(pjk 


Killian, Chad 


1 


13 


130 







13 








Hill, Shaun 


6 


170 92 


778 


870 145.0 








Total 


35 


670 


19.1 







51 








Sikyala, Mukala 
Total 


11 

;; 


40 190 
716 1365 



2322 


190 17.3 
3687 335.2 








Opponents 


31 


544 


17.5 







43 


































Opponents 


;; 


850 2047 


2793 


4840 440.0 








Defensive Statistics 


































DEFENSIVE LEADERS 


GP 




UT 


AT 




Total 


ForLos: 




Sacks 


Int-Yds BrUp 


QBH Rcv-Yds 


FF Blk.Kick 


Sa 






42 Henderson, EJ. 


10 




70 


39 




109 


13-4C 




2-14 




4 


6 


1-0 










35 Moye-Moore, M. 


11 




68 


40 




108 


5-15 




2-10 




1 


6 


1-0 


1 1 








27 Jackson, T. 


11 




71 


30 




101 


4-22 






1-0 


4 


1 


1-0 


2 








13 Forte, S. 


11 




54 


28 




82 








4-114 


7 




1-0 


1 1 








40 Thompson, A. 


11 




54 


27 




81 


9-62 




7-55 




1 


7 


2-0 


3 








55 Whaley, M. 


11 




41 


27 




68 


12-76 




5-47 




4 


10 




1 








57 Jenkins, K. 


11 




42 


20 




62 


17-57 




8-40 






18 


1-0 


1 








33 Littles, R. 


11 




28 


16 




44 


1-9 








1 






3 








98 Hill, C. 


9 




22 


21 




43 


6-3C 




3-23 






12 












12 Jones, R. 


11 




31 


10 




41 


1-8 




1-8 


1-90 


5 


3 


1-0 


1 








11 Okanlawon, T. 


11 




32 


8 




40 








1-0 


6 




1-0 










30 Cox, C. 


10 




17 


16 




33 








2-30 


4 




1-0 












32 Joe, L. 


11 




17 


14 




31 














-55 












71 Roundtree, D. 


10 




15 


7 




22 


3-7 




1-5 






4 














23 Smith, A. 


9 




11 


8 




19 








1-0 


5 




1-0 












36 Wilson, D. 


6 




14 


2 




16 


























99 Jones, L 


7 




8 


4 




12 


2-6 










3 
















70 Smith, S. 


5 




6 


6 




12 


4-18 




3-16 






4 
















39 Bishop, K. 


6 




5 


4 




9 








1-0 


1 


















24 Ambush, L. 


9 




4 


4 




8 












1 
















52 Graves, M. 


11 




6 


2 




8 




























96 Feldheim, CJ. 


4 




5 


1 




6 


1-7 




1-7 






















95 Shime, W. 


8 




4 


1 




5 


1-1 










3 














flFF 


45 Kalapinski, M 


11 




3 


1 




4 


























B 


48 Swift, R. 


3 




1 


2 




3 


























■■ 


82 DuganJ. 


11 




1 


2 




3 


























^^™ 


53 Lewis, R. 


7 






3 




3 


























■■ 


86 Cruz, M 


11 






2 




2 














1-C 












* 


14 Johnson, C. 


3 




2 






2 


























1 


56 Evans, J. 


7 




2 






2 




























8 Hamilton, R. 


9 




2 






2 










1 
















■ 


88 Murphy, M. 


11 






2 




2 


























■ 


5 Lynch, J. 


8 




1 


1 




2 


























■ 


29 Stewart, T 


11 






2 




2 








1-35 












1 








44 Fiddler, B. 


6 




1 






1 






























43 Whitmer, D. 


10 




' 






1 
























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Rushing 



Carries-Yds., TD 


#2 Riley 


#5 Lynch 


#7 Perry 


#9 McColl 


#14 S.Hill 


#15 Jordan 


#20 Downs 




#45 Kalapinski 


#49 Sikyolo 


Temple 


0-0 


dnp-cd 


dnp-cd 


4-1-13] 


638 


22-62, 2 


dnp-cd 


14 


29 


ol Wesl Virginia 


0-0 


00 


dnp-cd 


9-29,1 


dnp-in| 


18-38 


dnp-cd 


3-4 


00 


MTSU 


1-4 


3-5 


dnp-cd 


27 


dnp ii" 


24-88, 3 


dnp-cd 


214 


4-18, 1 


Florida Stale 


0-0 


dnp-cd 


dnp-cd 


4-1-2] 


dnp-in| 


17-114, 1 


dnp ( d 


311 


2-1 


al Virginia 


00 


dnp-cd 


dnp-cd 


4-8 


dnp-in| 


2076 


dnp-cd 


1-1 


624 


al Oemson 


0-0 


0-0 


dnp-cd 


13-7 


dnp-m| 


15-71, 1 


dnp-cd 


00 


718 


Wake Forest 


5-11, 1 


1-1 


dnp-cd 


615 


3-5 


10-86, 1 


dnp-cd 


0-0 


14112, 1 


al Duke 


0-0 


0-0 


dnp-cd 


8 13 


3-2 


21 158,2 


dnp-cd 





1 1 


NC Stale 


0-0 


0-0 


dnp-cd 


2-1-6) 


9-19, 1 


25-101, 1 


dnp-cd 


1-1 


3-6 


al No. Carolina 


0-0 


0-0 


dnp-cd 


dnp-inj 


17-45 


27 101 


dnp cd 






Georgia Tech 





043 


dnp-cd 


dnp-cd 


6-1-17) 


4 .' 5 


dnp-cd 


0-0 


1 1 


Totals 


6-15, 1 


4A0 


dnp-cd 


52-58, 1 


44-92, 1 


2 1 3-920, 1 1 


dnp<d 


1 2-36, 


40-190, 2 



Receiuing 






v CD ■ Coach's Decision 



Catches-Yds , TD 


#2 Riley 


#3 Cheeseboro 


#5 Lynch 


#7 Perry 


#15 Jordan 


#19 J Williams 


#20 Downs 


#21 G07 


#25 Monroe 


Temple 





0-0 


dnp-cd 


dnp-cd 


2-17 


2-21 


dnp-cd 


1-14 


2-65 


ol Wesl Virginia 


0-0 


litlfvin 


04) 


dnp-cd 


3 20 


1-10 


dnp-cd 


7 96 


3-9 

2-24 
1-12 
0-0 


MTSU 


0-0 


04) 


0-0 


dnp-cd 


2-69 


1-36 


dnpxd 


6-97, 2 


Florida Slale 


0-0 


dnp-cd 


dnp-cd 


dnp-cd 


0-0 


1-5 


dnp-cd 


4-59 


al Virginia 


0-0 


04) 


dnp-cd 


dnp-cd 


0-0 


0-0 


dnpxd 


4-73 


al Clemson 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


dnp-cd 


1-12 


1-14 


dnp-cd 


1-8 


1-21 


Wake Forest 


2-7 


0-0 


0-0 


dnp-cd 


1-10 


0-0 


dnp-cd 


5-78 


0-0 


at Duke 


0-0 


0-0 


04) 


dnp-cd 


1-32 


dnp-inj 


dnp-cd 


3-22 


1-9 


NC Slale 


0-0 


0-0 


1-2,1 


dnp-cd 


4-53 


0-0 


dnp-cd 


1-20, 1 


1-9 


at No. Carolina 


04) 


dnp-cd 


1-1-6) 


dnp-cd 


2-9 


043 


dnpxd 


2-16, 1 


04) 


Georgia Tech 


04) 


1-8 


04) 


dnp-cd 


5-65 


3-27 


dnp-cd 


6-85,3 


3-30 


Totals 


27,0 


1-8,0 


2(4), 


dnp-cd 


21-287,0 


9-113,0 


dnp-cd 


40-568, 7 


14-179,0 




Catches-Yds., TD 


#45 Kalapinski 


#49 Sikyolo 


#80 James 


#82 Dugan 


#84 Patterson 


#86 Cruz 


#88 Murphy 


#89 Hatala 




Temple 


04) 


0-0 


04) 


3-38 


0-0 


1-l-D 


043 


dnp- n 




at West Virginia 


04) 


04) 


04) 


4-64 


04) 


1-16 


043 


dnp-inj 




MTSU 


2-19 


0-0 


04) 


5-91 


04) 


1-13 


043 


2-8 




Florida Slale 


04) 


2-18 


1-7 


04) 


dnp-cd 


l-(-l ) 


043 


043 




al Virginia 


7-97, 1 


04) 


04) 


0-0 


04) 


0-0 


043 


3-37, 1 




al Clemson 


2-29 


0-0 


04) 


04) 


04) 


1 54 


043 


1-41 




Woke Forest 


04) 


04) 


3-42 


4-44,1 


04) 


1-17 


043 


448 




at Duke 


1-10 


04) 


1-16 


2-27 


043 


043 


0-0 


3-66 




NC State 


5-33 


1-18 


0-0 


3-27 


043 


3-23 


043 


2 15 




at No. Carolina 


3-27 


04) 


1-7 


2-13 


043 


2-58 


043 


2-29 




Georgia Tech 


0-0 


1-7 


0-0 


2-15 


1-10 


3-30 


043 


4-41 




Totals 


20-215, 1 


4-43,0 


6-72,0 


25-319, 1 


1-10,0 


14-209,0 


043,0 


21-285,1 







Passing 








Field Goals 






Punting 








A-C-l, Y, TD 

Temple 


#9 C. McColl 


#14 S.Hill 




Made, Missed 


#17 Kopka 


#14 Siljkovic 


No-Avg., In 20 


#16 Barnard 


#14 Siljkovic 




10-4-0, 92, 


13-743, 62, 




Temple 


47wr, 41 q 


dnpxd 


Temple 


6-53.8, 2 


dnpxd 




ot Wesl Virqinio 


29-19-1, 215, 


dnp-inj 




ot West Virqinia 


26g 


44wr 


at West Virqinia 


340.7, 


1-24.0, 1 




MTSU 


30-21-1, 357, 2 


dnp-inj 




MTSU 


24g 


no attempts 


MTSU 


2-29.5, 


140.0, 1 




Florida Stale 


27-10-1, 100, 


dnp-inj 




Florida State 


no attempts 


dnp-cd 


Florida State 


9-41.7, 1 


dnp-cd 




al Virginia 


34142, 207, 2 


dnom 




at Virginia 


43g 


no attempts 


at Virginia 


5-51.0,0 


2-37.5, 1 




al Clemson 


21-8-2,179,0 


dnp-m 




at Clemson 


no attempts 


no attempts 


at Clemson 


449.8, 2 


2-38.0,0 




Wake Forest 


22-1543, 208, 1 


9-543, 38, 




Wake Forest 


25wr, 47g 


no attempts 


Wake Forest 


240.0, 1 


2-34.5, 2 




at Duke 


17-9-2, 118,0 


6-3-1,64,0 




at Duke 


49g, 30g 


no attempts 


al Duke 


342.0, 


2-24.5,0 




NC State 


9-5-0, 57, 


24-15-1, 137, 2 




NC State 


no attempts 


no attempts 


NC Slate 


541.4, 1 


2-34.0, 




al No. Corolino 


dnp-inj 


27-14-1, 159, 1 




at No. Carolina 


50wl, 25g 


no attempts 


ot No. Carolina 


544.8, 


1-26.0, 1 




Georgia Tech 


dnp-cd 


46-29-1,318,3 


Georgia Tech 


33wr 


dnp-cd 


Georgia Tech 


544.0, 1 


dnpxd 




Totals 


199-105-9,1533,5 


126-734,778,6 


Totals 


8-12 


0-1 


Totals 


4944.7, 8 


13-32.8,6 






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Solo-Assisl-Total 


#8 Hamilton 


#1 1 Okanlawon 


#12 R.Jones 


#13 Forte 


#23 Smith, Jr. 


#24 Ambush 


#27 T. Jackson 


#29 Stewart 


#30 Cox 


Temple 


0-0-0 


5-1-6 


1-0-1 


4-1-5 


dnp-cd 


dnp-cd 


5-1-6 


0-0-0 


1-3-4 


at West Virqinio 


1-0-1 


1-1-2 


1-0-1 


9-3-12 


dnp-cd 


0-0-0 


2-2-4 


0-0-0 


4-2-6 


MTSU 


0-0-0 


1-1-2 


3-1-4 


3-1-4 


0-0-0 


0-2-2 


5-2-7 


0-0-0 


2-0 2 


Florida State 


dnp-cd 


1-0-1 


8-2-10 


6-2-8 


1-1-2 


dnp-in 


6-3-9 


0-0-0 


3-5-8 


at Virginia 


0-0-0 


4-1-5 


7-0-7 


8-3-11 


4-3-7 


0-0-0 


7-5-12 


0-0-0 


1-3-4 


at Clemson 


0-0-0 


3-0-3 


5-3-8 


0-1-1 


0-0-0 


0-1-1 


12-4-16 


0-2-2 


1-0-1 


Wake Forest 


0-0-0 


5-0-5 


3-1-4 


6-7-13 


1-1-2 


2-1-3 


6-4-10 


0-0-0 


1-0-1 


at Duke 


0-0-0 


2-1-3 


1-2-3 


4-3-7 


1-0-1 


1-0-1 


9-7-16 


0-0-0 


1-2-3 


NC State 


dnp-cd 


4-1-5 


1-0-1 


7 -3 10 


2-2-4 


0-0-0 


6-0-6 


0-0-0 


3-1-4 


at No. Carolina 


0-0-0 


0-0-0 


1-0-1 


5-3-8 


1-1-2 


0-0-0 


7-1-8 


0-0-0 


0-0-0 


Georgia Tech 


1-0-1 


6-2-8 


0-1-1 


2-1-3 


1-0-1 


1-0-1 


6-1-7 


0-0-0 


dnp-inj 


Totals 


2-0-2 


32-840 


31-1041 


54-28-82 


11-8-19 


44-8 


71-30-101 


0-2-2 


17-16-33 



», 



it Virginia 



Solo-Assist-Total 



Temple 



at West Virginia 



MTSU 



Florida State 



tCle 



Woke Forest 



at Duke 



NC State 



at No Carolina 



Georgia Tech 
Totals 



#32 Joe 



0-0-0 



1-0-1 



2-0-2 



2-4-6 



4-3-7 



6-6-12 



0-0-0 



0-0-0 



1-0-1 



1-0-1 
77-14-31 



#33 Littles 



2-1-3 



2-4-6 



3-0-3 



4-0-4 



3-1-4 



0-4-4 



8-0-8 



-0-1 



-4-5 



1-0-1 



3-2-3 
26M6-44 



#35 Moye-Moore 



8-4-12 



4-1-5 



6-2-8 



i-6-14 



5-5-10 



6-5- 



7-3-10 



7-3-10 



4-3-7 



5-2-7 



8-6 14 
68-40-108 



#36 Wilson 



0-1-1 



5-1-6 



0-0-0 



3-0-3 



1-0-1 



5-0-5 



dnp-in 



dnp-in 



dnp-in 



dnp-in 



dnp-in 
14-2-16 



#39_Bishop 



0-0-0 



0-2-2 



3-0-3 



0-0-0 



0-0-0 



2-2-4 



dnp-in 



dnp-in 



dnp-in 



dnp-cd 



dnp-cd 



5-4-9 



#40 Thompson 



5-5-10 



5-3-8 



4-1-5 



4-0-4 



5-3-11 



2-1-3 



3-2-5 



5-2-7 



13-4-17 



3-2-5 



2-4-6 



54-27-81 



#42 Henderson 



9-4-13 



6-5-11 



5-3-8 



6-4-10 



6-5-11 



dnp-inj 



1-0-1 



11-3-14 



9-4-13 



7-3-10 



10-i 



70-39-109 



#48 Swift 



dnp-in 



dnp-in 



dnp-in 



dnp-in 



dnp-cd 



1-1-2 



0-1- 



0-0-0 



dnp-in| 



dnp-inj 



dnp-inj 



Solo-Assisl-Tota 


#53 Lewis 


#55 Whaley 


#57 Jenkins 


#60 Cochran 


#65 Earhart 


#70 S. Smith 


#71 Roundtree 


Temple 


dnp-inj 


6-3-9 


6-1-7 


dnp-cd 


dnp-cd 


dnp-inj 


4-0-4 


at West Virginia 


dnp-inj 


3-0-3 


3-2-5 


dnp-cd 


dnp-cd 


dnp-inj 


0-0-0 


MTSU 


dnp-inj 


5-0-5 


5 5 


dnp-cd 


dnp-cd 


dnp-inj 


0-0-0 


Florida State 


dnp-inj 


7-4-11 


4-2-6 


dnp-cd 


dnp-cd 


dnp-inj 


4-3-7 


at Virginia 


0-0-0 


4-6-10 


4-4-8 


dnp-cd 


dnp-cd 


dnp-inj 


1-1-2 


at Clemson 


0-0-0 


6-6-12 


5-1-6 


dnp-cd 


dnp-cd 


dnp-inj 


3-1-4 


Wake Forest 


0-0-0 


0-0-0 


1-2-3 


dnp-cd 


dnp-cd 


1-0-1 


1-0-1 


at Duke 


0-2-2 


1-3-4 


9-3-12 


dnp-cd 


dnp-cd 


1-0-1 


1-0-1 


NC State 


0-0-0 


2-3-5 


2-2-4 


dnp-cd 


dnp-cd 


1-0-1 


1-2-3 


at No. Carolina 


0-0-0 


5-1-6 


1-0-1 


dnp-cd 


dnp-cd 


3-3-6 


dnp-cd 


Georgia Tech 


0-1-1 


2-1-3 


2-3-5 


dnp-cd 


dnp-cd 


0-3-3 


0-0-0 


Totals 


0-3-3 


41-27-68 


42-2062 








6-6-12 


15-7-22 



Solo-Assist-Total 


#95 Shime 


#96 Feldheim 


#98 Hill 


#99 L Jones 


Temple 


0-0-0 


dnp-cd 


3-6-9 


1-0-1 


at West Virginia 


0-0-0 


dnp-cd 


0-0-0 


0-0-0 


MTSU 


2-0-2 


dnp-cd 


5-3-8 


0-0-0 


Florida State 


0-1-1 


dnp-cd 


2-3-5 





at Virginia 


1-0-1 


dnp-cd 


0-0-0 


1-1-2 


at Clemson 


1-0-1 


dnp-cd 


dnp-inj 


5-2-7 


Wake Forest 


0-0-0 


1-1-2 


dnp-inj 


1-1-2 


at Duke 


0-0-0 


1-0-1 


3-3-6 


dnp-inj 


NC State 


dnp-cd 


3-0-3 


1-1-2 


dnp-in| 


at No. Carolina 


dnp-cd 


dnp-cd 


4-2-6 


dnp in 


Georgia Tech 


dnp-cd 


00 


4-3-7 


dnfi m 


Totals 


4-1-5 


5-1-6 


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2000 TEAM GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS 



Game 


SCORE 


FIRST DOWNS 
Tot Ru-Po-Pe 


RUSHING 
No-Yds-TD 


PASSING 
A-C-l Yds 


TD 


TOTAL OFF. 
Pl-Yds 


PUNTS 
No-Avg 


FUM 
FA 


PEN 
No-Yds 


SACKS BY 
No-Yds 


3RD 
DNS 


4TH 
DNS 


TIME OF 
POSS. 


. ol MARYLAND 
Temple 


17 
10 


17 
22 


6-8-3 
7-13-2 


36-100-2 
36-104-1 


23110 
37-25-1 


154 
339 






59-254 
73-443 


6-53.8 
7-37.7 


5-3 
2-1 


8-73 
15-99 


6-51 
1-5 


4-11 
2-13 


0-0 
0-1 


24:02 
35:58 


MARYLAND 
at Wesl Virginia 


17 
30 


16 
25 


15-8-2 


30-71-1 
45276-3 


30-19-1 
22-14-0 


215 
165 




1 


60-286 
67-441 


4-36 5 
3-32 3 


00 
6-3 


10-65 
5-42 


0-0 

0-0 


2-14 
4-10 


2-3 
1-2 


2956 
30:04 


al MARYLAND 
Mid Tennessee St 


45 
27 


23 
23 


7-16-0 
3-19-1 


38-171 4 
31-129-1 


31-21-1 
52-30-1 


357 
342 


2 
3 


69-528 
83-471 


3-33.0 
7-28.7 


0-0 
0-0 


6-45 
7-55 


2-21 
0-0 


6-11 
8-19 


0-1 
2-2 


2931 
30:29 


at MARYLAND 
Florida Slate 


59 


8 
29 


4-4-0 
16 12 1 


26-124-1 
63-260-4 


27-10-1 
27-18-1 


100 
353 



4 


53-224 
90-613 


9-41 7 
3-37.3 


3-1 
0-0 


6-40 
8-65 


6-38 
1-2 


1-12 
11-18 


0-0 
2-3 


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MARYLAND 
at Virginia 


23 
31 


15 
24 


6-9-0 
15-8-1 


31109-0 
59-263-3 


34-14-2 
20-12-2 


207 
222 


2 

1 


65-316 
79-485 


7-47.1 
4-45 2 


1-0 
2-2 


4-35 
8-50 


1-10 

0-0 


6-17 
5-12 


1-2 
2-2 


2707 
32:54 


MARYLAND 
at Clemson 


14 
35 


12 
26 


6-5-1 
17-7-2 


37-82-2 
61-278-5 


22-8-3 
20-10-1 


179 
186 






59-261 
81-464 


6-45.8 
6-37.2 


0-0 
0-0 


7-65 
8-86 


1-2 
434 


3-12 
6-16 


1-2 
3-3 


27 12 
32:48 


at MARYLAND 
Wake Forest 


37 
7 


24 
21 


11-13-0 
4-17-0 


42-233-3 
30-72-0 


31-20-0 
50-29-3 


246 
354 


1 
1 


73-479 
80-426 


4-37.3 
5-46.0 


1-1 
2-1 


6-40 
7-36 


3-19 
3-31 


7-14 
5-16 


1-1 

1-4 


29 27 

30 33 


MARYLAND 
al Duke 


20 
9 


15 
19 


6-7-2 
5-13-1 


34-172-2 
40-13-0 


23-12-3 
38-22-2 


182 
253 




1 


57-354 
78-266 


5-35.2 
5-43.0 


1-0 

1-1 


7-59 
7-81 


10-58 
2-20 


2-11 
6-17 


0-0 

2-5 


2656 
33:04 


at MARYLAND (ot) 
NC State 


35 
28 


22 
25 


13-8-1 
16-8-1 


41-138-3 
47-218-1 


34-21-1 
35-16-0 


200 
183 


2 
3 


75-338 
82-401 


7-39.3 
6-40.8 


0-0 

1-1 


4-35 
9-72 


1-7 
4-34 


3-14 
7-15 


3-4 
0-2 


30.41 
2919 


MARYLAND 

at North Carolina 


10 
13 


17 
10 


8-7-2 
7-3-0 


47-145-0 
38-241-1 


31-16-1 
10-7-1 


164 
42 


1 




78-309 
54-283 


6-41 7 
7-37.1 


1-0 
2-2 


2-10 
4-52 


2-9 
3-22 


4-18 
2-14 


2-6 
0-0 


3752 
2208 


at MARYLAND 
Georgia Tech 


22 
35 


18 
27 


4-13-1 

14-13-0 


22-20-0 
53-193-3 


46-29-1 
30-19-0 


318 
354 


3 
2 


68-338 
83-547 


5-44 
2-25.0 


3-2 

1-1 


6-50 
7-56 


0-0 
223 


7-16 
9-15 


2-3 
1-3 


26.11 
33:49 



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Time Of Possession 

1 2 3 

Maryland 81:02 73:28 91:45 

Opponents 83:58 9132 73:15 

Third Down Conversions 

12 3 4 

Maryland 9-36 7-37 16-41 12-35 

Pel 25% 18 9% 39.0% 34.2 

Opponents 13-38 20-44 11-34 20-47 

Pet. 34.2% 45.4% 32.3% 42.5% 

Fourth Down Conversions 

12 3 4 

Maryland 2-3 2-7 3-6 3-6 

Pel. 66.7% 28 6% 50% 50% 

Opponents 3-5 4-7 1-2 6-12 

Pet. 60% 57 1% 50% 50% 



A Total 

6618 312:33 
98:42 347:27 



OT 

1-1 

100°. 

1-2 

50% 



Total 

45-150 

30.0% 

65-165 

39.3% 



OT 



0-1 



Total 

12-22 

54.5% 

14-27 

51.8% 



Turnovers 


Punt Coverage 


Takeaways - 25 


Punts -Md 62, Opp. 55 


Giveaways - 22 


Blocked -Md. l.Opp. 1 


Points Off Turnovers 


Fair Catches - Md. 6, Opp. 6 


MD-55(7TD, 2 FG) 


Touchbacks - Md. 9, Opp. 5 


Opp. - 49 (6 TD, 1 FG, 2 SAF) 


Downed Inside 10 - Md. 7, Opp. 3 
Downed Inside 20 - Md. 14, Opp 1 1 


Special Teams 

Blocked Kicks (by Md.) - 4 (punt, PAT 2 FG 
Blocked Kicks (by Opp | - 1 (punt) 


Returns Allowed (Md.) - 23-271 (118) 
Returns Allowed (Opp.| - 15-77 (5.1 ) 
Net Punting (Md.) -62-2347 (37.9) 
Net Punting (Opp.) - 55-2001 (36.4) 


Kiekoff Coverage 

Kickoffs - Md 50, Opp. 59 
Fair Catches - Md 0, Opp. 
Touchbacks - Md. 16, Opp. 18 
Onside Attempts - 

Md. (0 rec), Opp. (0 rec.) 
Out of Bounds -Md. l.Opp. 1 


Red Zone 

Md. Scores/Times in Red Zone 
Scoring Percentage - 68.5% (24-35) 
TD Percentage - 58.8% (20-34) 
Scores-24(20TD,4FG) 
Non-Scores -11(1 fum, 2 int, 2 miss FG, 
3 downs, 3 EOH) 


Returns Allowed (Md.)-31-544 (175) 

Returns Allowed (Opp.) - 35-670 (19 1 ) 


Opp Scores/Ti m es in Red Zone 
Scoring Percentage - 86.5% (32-37) 
TD Percentage- 81 1% (30-37) 




Scores -32 (30 TD, 2 FG) 




Non-Scores- 5 (1 downs, 1 EOH, 1 miss FG, 




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Individual Game Hig hs 






Rushes 27 LaMont Jordan at North Carolina (Nov 11, 2000) 

Yards Rushing 158 LaMont Jordan at Duke (Oct 28, 2000] 

TD Rushes 3 LaMont Jordan vs Middle Tennessee (Sep 23, 2000) 

Long Rush 77 LaMont Jordan at Duke (Oct 28, 2000) 

Pass attempts 46 Shaun Hill vs Georgia Tech (Nov 18, 2000) 

Pass completions 29 Shaun Hill vs Georgia Tech (Nov 18, 2000) 

Yards Passing 357 Calvin McCall vs Middle Tennessee (Sep 23, 2000) 

TD Passes 3 Shaun Hill vs Georgia Tech (Nov 1 8, 2000) 

Long Pass 61 Calvin McCall at Virginia (Oct 7, 2000) 

Receptions 7 Guilian Gary at West Virginia (Sep 16, 2000) 

Matt Kalapinski at Virginia (Oct 7, 2000) 
Yards Receiving 97 Guilian Gary vs Middle Tennessee (Sep 23, 2000) 

Matt Kalapinski at Virginia (Oct 7, 2000) 
TD Receptions 3 Guilian Gary vs Georgia Tech (Nov 18, 2000) 

Long Reception 61 Matt Kalapinski at Virginia (Oct 7, 2000) 
Field Goals 2 Brian Kopka at Duke (Oct 28, 2000) 

Long Field Goal 49 Brian Kopka at Duke (Oct 28, 2000) 
Punts 9 Brooks Barnard vs Florida State (Sep 28, 2000) 

Punting Avg 53.8 Brooks Barnard vs Temple (Sep 9, 2000) 

Long Punt 85 Brooks Barnard vs Temple (Sep 9, 2000) 

Long Punt Return 15 Guilian Gary at Clemson (Oct 14, 2000) 
Guilian Gary vs NC State (Nov 4, 2000) 
Long Kickoff Return 51 Mukala Sikyala at West Virginia (Sep 16, 2000) 
Tackles 18 EJ. Henderson vs Georgia Tech (Nov 18, 2000) 

Sacks 3 Aaron Thompson at Duke (Oct 28, 2000) 

Kris Jenkins at Duke (Oct 28, 2000) 
Interceptions 1 Shawn Forte vs Temple (Sep 9, 2000) 

Curome Cox vs Middle Tennessee (Sep 23, 2000) 
Andrew Smith vs Florida State (Sep 28, 2000) 
Tony Okanlawon at Virginia (Oct 7, 2000) 
Shawn Forte at Virginia (Oct 7, 2000) 
Kevin Bishop at Clemson (Oct 14, 2000) 
Randall Jones vs Wake Forest (Oct 21, 2000) 
Tyrone Stewart vs Wake Forest (Oct 21, 2000) 
Curome Cox vs Wake Forest (Oct 21, 2000) 
Shawn Forte at Duke (Oct 28, 2000) 
Tony Jackson at Duke (Oct 28, 2000) 
Shawn Forte at North Carolina (Nov 11, 2000) 



Team Game Highs 



Rushes 

Yards Rushing 
Yards Per Rush 
TD Rushes 
Pass attempts 
Pass completions 
Yards Passing 
Yards Per Pass 
TD Passes 
Total Plays 
Total Offense 
Yards Per Play 
Points 
Sacks By 
First Downs 
Penalties 
Penalty Yards 
Turnovers 



Interceptions By 



47 at North Carolina (Nov 11, 2000) 
233 vs Wake Forest (Oct 21, 2000) 
5.5 vs Wake Forest (Oct 21, 2000) 

4 vs Middle Tennessee (Sep 23, 2000) 
46 vs Georgia Tech (Nov 18, 2000) 
29 vs Georgia Tech (Nov 18, 2000) 
357 vs Middle Tennessee (Sep 23, 2000) 
11,5 vs Middle Tennessee (Sep 23, 2000) 
3 vs Georgia Tech (Nov 18, 2000) 
78 at North Carolina (Nov 11, 2000) 
528 vs Middle Tennessee (Sep 23, 2000) 
77 vs Middle Tennessee (Sep 23, 2000) 
45 vs Middle Tennessee (Sep 23, 2000) 
10 at Duke (Oct 28, 2000) 
24 vs Wake Forest (Oct 21, 2000) 
10 at West Virginia (Sep 16, 2000) 
73 vs Temple (Sep 9, 2000) 
3 vs Temple (Sep 9, 2000) 
at Clemson (Oct 14, 2000) 
at Duke (Oct 28, 2000) 
vs Georgia Tech (Nov 18, 2000) 
3 vs Wake Forest (Oct 21, 2000) 



O pponent Individual Game Highs 



Rushes 

Yards Rushing 
TD Rushes 
Long Rush 
Pass attempts 
Pass completions 
Yards Passing 
TD Passes 

Long Pass 
Receptions 
Yards Receiving 
TD Receptions 



40 Ray Robinson, vs NC State (Nov 4, 2000) 
178 Ray Robinson, vs NC State (Nov 4, 2000) 

3 Tyree Foreman, at Virginia (Oct 7, 2000) 
70 D. Hicks, vs Middle Tennessee (Sep 23, 2000) 
49 James MacPherson, vs Wake Forest (Oct 21, 2000) 
28 James MacPherson, vs Wake Forest (Oct 21, 2000) 
354 George Godsey, vs Georgia Tech (Nov 18, 2000) 
3 Chris Weinke, vs Florida State (Sep 28, 2000) 
Philip Rivers, vs NC State (Nov 4, 2000) 
64 George Godsey, vs Georgia Tech (Nov 18, 2000) 
10 K Newson, vs Middle Tennessee (Sep 23, 2000) 
148 Rod Gardner, at Clemson (Oct 14, 2000) 

2 K. Newson, vs Middle Tennessee (Sep 23, 2000) 
Atrews Bell, vs Florida State (Sep 28, 2000) 
Koren Robinson, vs NC State (Nov 4, 2000) 
Kelly Campbell, vs Georgia Tech (Nov 18, 2000) 
64 K. Watkins, vs Georgia Tech (Nov 18, 2000) 
2 Jeff Reed, at North Carolina (Nov 11, 2000) 
48 David Greene, at Virginia (Oct 7, 2000) 
7 G Ringwelski, vs Temple (Sep 9, 2000) 

Blake Ferguson, at North Carolina (Nov 11, 2000) 
Punting Avg 46,0 Matt Brennie, vs Wake Forest (Oct 21, 2000) 

Long Punt 58 Brian Morton, at Duke (Oct 28, 2000) 

Long Punt Return 33 Allen Bosley, at North Carolina (Nov 11, 2000) 
Long Kickoff Return 43 Rod Gardner, at Clemson (Oct 14, 2000) 
Tackles 18 LaVar Fisher, vs NC State (Nov 4, 2000) 

Sacks 2 C. Pace, vs Wake Forest (Oct 21, 2000) 

LaVar Fisher, vs NC State (Nov 4, 2000) 
Interceptions 3 Alex Ardley, at Clemson (Oct 14, 2000) 

O pponent Team Game Highs 



Long Reception 
Field Goals 
Long Field Goal 
Punts 



Rushes 


63 


vs 


Yards Rushing 


278 


at 


Yards Per Rush 


6.3 


at 


TD Rushes 


5 


at 


Pass attempts 


52 


vs 


Pass completions 


30 


vs 


Yards Passing 


354 


vs 
vs 


Yards Per Pass 


13.1 


vs 


TD Passes 


4 


vs 


Total Plays 


90 


vs 


Total Offense 


613 


vs 


Yards Per Play 


68 


vs 


Points 


59 


vs 


Sacks By 


4 


at 
vs 


First Downs 


29 


vs 


Penalties 


15 


vs 


Penalty Yards 


99 


vs 


Turnovers 


4 


at 
vs 


Interceptions By 


3 


at 

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Florida State (Sep 28, 2000) 
Clemson (Oct 14, 2000) 
North Carolina (Nov 11, 2000) 
Clemson (Oct 14, 2000) 
Middle Tennessee (Sep 23, 2000) 
Middle Tennessee (Sep 23, 2000) 
Wake Forest (Oct 21, 2000) 
Georgia Tech (Nov 18,2000) 
Florida State (Sep 28, 2000) 
Florida State (Sep 28, 2000) 
Florida State (Sep 28, 2000) 
Florida State (Sep 28, 2000) 
Florida State (Sep 28, 2000) 
Florida State (Sep 28, 2000) 
Clemson (Oct 14, 2000) 
NC State (Nov 4, 2000) 
Florida Slate (Sep 28, 2000) 
Temple (Sep 9, 2000) 
Temple (Sep 9, 2000) 
Virginia (Oct 7, 2000) 
Wake Forest (Oct 21, 2000) 
Clemson (Oct 14, 2000) 
Duke (Oct 28, 2000) 



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2000 GAME-BY-GAME STARTERS 



Offense 



GAME 
Temple 


Wide Receiver 
Gary J 


Left Tackle 


Left Guard 


Center 


Right Guard 


Right Tackle 


Tight End 


Quarterback 


Tailback 


Fullback 


Wide Receiver 


Howard ' 


.',,., 


Fowler " 


* ranlz 


( rowford 


Cruz '" 


S Hill 




Kalopinski 2s 


'/ r. ,. 


ot Weil Virginia 


Gory 5 


Howard ; 


Wike '• 


Fowler" 


Krantz ' 


Crawford " 


Dugan 


Ml ' 3 1 




Kalaj. ■ 




MTSU 


Gary* 


Howard 


Wike ,3 


Fowlei 


r ranlz 


< rawlord '' 


Dugan : 


McCall " 


Jordan » 


- 




Florida Slate 


< 'HIV 


Howard 


W.ke ! 


Fowler » 


r rantz 


Crawford 11 


Dugon McCall ■ Kalapinsl Monroe* 


Ol Virginia 


i HllV 


Howard J 


W 1 , 


Fowle, 


Bryanl 


Crawford l6 


Dugan ' 


McCall ' 3 


Jordan u 


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Of Clemsan 


Gary 10 


Hnwurd 


Wike 


Fowler" 


1 rantz 


i rawford 


Dugan i 


McColl u 


Jordan 27 


■ 


V ',' - 


' 


Gary 


Howard 




Fowler" 


Bryanl '' 


Crawford " 


Dugan * 


MrCall 


Sikyot. 


Hotala •" 


Monroe ' 


at Dukfl 


Gar> 


Howard * 




Fowler 


Bryanl 


Crawford " 


Dugan 7 


McCall ,6 


Jordan n 


James ; " 


Monroe 


NC Stale 


Gary 11 


Howard * 


Wike 


Fowler 31 


Bryanl * 


Crawford 10 


Dugan * 


McCall ,7 


Jordan w 


Kolapinkii " 


Monroe * 


at No Carolmo 


Cruz 20 


Howard 


W.ke 


Fowler" 


Bryanl ' 


Snader 2 


Dugan * 


S.Hill 2 


Jordan ■'- 


Kalap • 


Monroe * 


Georgia Tech 


Gary'* 


Howard " 


Wike 


Fowler " 


Bryonl 6 


Snader 3 


Ducjon 


S. Hill 3 


Jordan 


Hotala 


Monroe ' 





















* indicates started as a tight end m a two-tight end alignment; * * indicates started as a wide receiver m a three-wide receiver alignment 



Defense. 



GAME Rush LB Def. Tackle Nose Tackle Def. End 


Inside LB 


Inside LB Outside LB Cornerback Strong Safely Free Safety Cornerback 


Temple 


Wholey 


Jenkins l7 


C. Hill ; 


Roundtree ' 


Henderson 3 


Moye-Moore ,2 


Thompson " 


Cox' 


lai ksot 




Okonlowon " 


at West Virginia 


Whaley 2 


lenkins " 


C. Hill " 


Roundtree 2 


Henderson J 


Moye-Moore 


Thompson u 


Cox 1 


Littles » 


Forte 20 


Okanlawon l2 


MTSU 


Wholey 3 


Jenkins " 


C.HIII* 


R.Jones 7 "* 


Henderson 5 


Moye-Moore " 


Thompson - 5 


Cox 3 


Jackson ' 


Forte 2 ' 


Okanlr, 


Florida Stole 


Whale> ■ 


Jenkins 20 


C.Hill' 


R. Jones e " 


Henderson' 


Moye-Moore ' 


Thompson 7b 


Cox * 


Jackson ,J 


Forte 22 


Okonlowon u 


at Virginia 


Whaley s 


Jenkins ' 


C. Hill » 


Murphy 


Henderson 


Moye-Moore ,6 


Thompson 27 


Cox s 


Jackson 7 


Forte » 


Okonir: 


ol Oemson 


Whaley 


enkms 


L Jones ' 


R. Jones'" 


Bishop ,0 


Moye-Moore 17 


Thompson n 


Wilson 


Jockson B 


Forte" 


Okonlowon '■ 


Wake Forest 


Whaley 


Jenkins » 


L Jones 2 


Roundtree ' 


Henderson 8 


Moye-Moore 18 


Thompson 2 * 


Cox 6 


Jackson ' 


Forte 2S 


Okonlowon ,? 


ot Duke 


Wholey e 


Jenkins u 


C Hill l2 


Roundtree 4 


Henderson * 


Moye-Moore 


Thompson ' 


Cox 7 


Jockson ,0 


Forte 26 


Okonl'j 


NC Stole 


Whaley 9 


Jenkins » 


C. Hill l3 


Roundtree 5 


Henderson ID 


Moye-Moore : " 


Thompson v 


Cox 8 


lacksoi 


Forte • 


Okanlawon " 


ot No Carolino 


Whaley l0 


Jenkins 26 


C. Hill M 


S Smith ' 


Henderson " 


Moye-Moore ?l 


Thompson 32 


Cox 9 


Jackson ,2 


Forte 28 


Okanlc 


Georgia Tech 


Whaley " 


Jenkins' 7 


C. Hill ,s 


S. Smith 2 


Henderson ' 2 


Moye-Moore " 


Thompson 33 


A. Smith ' 


Jackson ,3 


Forte" 


Okon'o ■ 











##mdicates started os a nickel back in place of the defensive end 



Class Starters by Game 



GAME 


Seniors 


Juniors 


Sophomores 


R-Freshmen 


True Freshmen 


Total 


Temple 


7 


B 


7 


2 





24 


ol West Virginia 


6 


7 


8 


3 





24 


MTSU 


6 


8 


7 


3 





24 


Florida State 


6 


e 


7 


3 





24 


ot Virginia 


7 


8 


5 


4 





24 


otClemson 


6 


8 


a 


3 


1 


24 


Wake Forest 


6 


6 


7 


5 





24 


ot Duke 


5 


8 


7 


4 





24 


NC Stole 


6 


7 


7 


4 





24 


ot No Carolina 


7 


8 


4 


5 





24 


Georgia Tech 


6 


9 


4 


5 





24 


















Charles Hill (98} and Mike Whaley (55) combined to start in 20 
of a possible 22 games on defense. 



Terrapin Playing Ex perience Superlatives 



Most overall starts, career - 



Most overall starts, 2000 - 
Most consecutive starts, career - 

Most consecutive starts, 2000 - 



Offense 

33, Matt Kabpinski (FB) 

33, Melvin Fowler, Jr. (C) 
31, LaMont Jordan (TB) 
21, Todd Wike (OG) 
20, Matt Crawford (OT) 

20, Moises Cruz (WR) 

11, by 3 players 

33, Melvin Fowler, Jr. (C) 

21, Todd Wike (OG) 
20, Matt Crawford (OT) 

11, by 3 players 



Defense 

33, Aaron Thompson (OLB) 
29, Shawn Forte (SS) 
27, Kris Jenkins (DT| 

22, Marlon Moye-Moore (LB) 

21, Tony Okanlawon (CB| 

1 1 , by 6 players 

33, Aaron Thompson (OLB) 

22, Marlon Moye-Moore (LB) 



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3 Omar Cheeseboro WR 

6 Mark Lebida WR 

10 Sean Starrier P 

1 1 Matt Langlie QB 
1 3 Shawn Forte SS 
15 LaMont Jordan TB 

1 7 Brian Kopka K 

18 Gil Harris QB 
45MattKalapinskiFB 
49MukalaSikyalaTB 
57 Kris Jenkins DT 
77Tim Howard OT 
81 Kevin Collins WR 
84 Doug Patterson WR 
86MoisesCruzWR 
87 Scott Rudolph LS 
89Jason Hatala WR 
92 Mike Hull TE 



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21 Guilian Gary WR S S 
27 Tony Jackson FS S x 
33 Rod Littles SS x S x x 

3 5 Marlon Moye-Moore LB S S S S 
3 9 Kevin Bishop LB x x x x 
40 Aaron Thompson LB S S S S 
43 Daryl Whitmer WR x x x x 
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51 Chris SnaderOG x x x x 

52 Monte Graves LB x x x x 

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4 Latrez Harrison QB 

7 Bruce Perry TB 

9 Calvin McCall QB 

16 Brooks Barnard P 

24Jason Bell WR 

25 Scooter Monroe WR 

29Tyrone Stewart FS 

31 Chad Killian FB 

42 EJ. Henderson LB 

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1 4 Cliff Johnson FS 
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23 Andrew Smith, Jr. FS 

24 Leroy Ambush LB 
30Curome Cox CB 
3 2 Leon Joe LB 
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44 Bemie Fiddler FB 
50NickFarverLB 
55 Michael WhaleyRLB 
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1 Chris Kelley QB 
5 James Lynch FB 
8 Rovel Hamilton CB 
22 Maurice Shanks WR 
26 Raymond Custis DB 
34 Steve SuterWR 

36 Dennard Wilson CB 

37 Curtis Williams DB 

38 Ike Roberts WR 
41 Kevin Eli LB 

46 Nick Novak PK 

47 Jon Condo LB 
50Jimmy Connolly LS 
60Jamahl Cochran DE 
63ColeBoykinDT 

65 Dolan Jablonski OL 
69 Reggie Kemp OL 
72 Kyle Schmitt OL 
74 CJ. Brooks OL 
79 Lou Lombardo OT 
85RobAbiamiriWR 
87 Ryan Flynn TE 
93 Kenneth Jerry LB 
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First Quarter 
TU-Poklemba 42 FG, 6 34 
UM-Jordan 2 run (Kopka kick), 2:33 

Third Quarter 
UM-Jordan 7 run (Kopko kick), 7:06 
TU-Sharps 10 run [Poklemba kick), 4:32 

Fourth Quarter 
UM-FG Kopka 41, 2:21 



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Sept. 9, 2000 • 6:00 p.m. 

Byrd Stadium ; College Park. Md. 

COLLEGE PARK, Md - LaMont Jordan was limited to 62 yards on 22 carries but 
scored two touchdowns as Maryland beat Temple, 17-10, before 46,950 - the Terra- 
pins' largest home crowd since 1995. 

Jordan, the NCAA's leading active rusher, 
scored on runs of 2 and 7 yards. But the senior 
tailback had tremendous difficulty penetrating a de- 
fense that one week earlier limited a prolific Navy 
rushing attack to 73 yards. 

It was Jordan's lowest rushing performance 
since a 41-yard effort in the Terrapins' 1999 opener 
against Temple He gained at least 100 yards in 
seven of 11 games in 1999. 

Devin Scott completed 24-of-34 passes for 336 

yards for Temple ( 1 • 1 ), but the Owls had 1 5 penal- 

" ties for 99 yards and lost two second-half turnovers 

in falling to Maryland for the fourth time in as many 

seasons. 

The Terrapins (1-0) went up 14-3 midway through the third quarter when Jordan 
capped a 74-yard drive with a 7-yard run. The score was set up by a 51 -yard completion 
from Calvin McCall to Scooter Monroe 

Temple answered 
with an 83-yard march in 
which Scott went 3-for-3 
for 57 yards and Tanardo 
Sharps scored on a 10- 
yard run. 

But the Owls lost a 
fumble on their next pos- 
session and had a series 
of penalties ruin the next 
drive Temple moved to 
the Maryland 32 with just 
over three minutes left be- 
fore Shawn Forte inter- 
cepted a deflected pass, 
setting up a held goal by 
Brian Kopka with 2.21 
left. 

Shaun Hill, a junior 
college transfer, started at 
quarterback for Mary- 
land instead of McCall, 
the incumbent Hill played 
all but one series in the 
first half but did not return 
after halftime because of 
soreness in his shoulder. 

Maryland controlled 
field possession the entire 
gome due in part to a 
school-record punting per- 
formance by Brooks 
Barnard. Barnard's six 
punts averaged 53.8 
yards, including an 85 
yard punt that was three 
yards shy of Maryland's 
longest punt in history. 





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First Downs 


22 


17 


Rushes-Yards 


36-104 


36-100 


Passing 


339 


154 


Comp-Att-lnl 


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11-23-0 


Return Yards 


66 


90 


Socked-Yards Lost 


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Punts-Avg. 


7-37,7 


6-53.8 


Fumbles-Lost 


2-1 


5-3 


Penalties-Yards 


15-99 


8-73 


Time of Possession 


35:58 


24:02 



INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS 

RUSHING-Temple. Sharps 20-80, Trammer 2-28, Ditzel 1-21, Frosl 
1-12, McKie 3-8, Scott 9-(-45). Maryland. Jordan 22-62, Hill 6-38, 
Sikyalo 2-9, Kalapinski 1-4, Team 1-0, McColl 4-(minus 13). 
PASSING-Temple, Scott 24-34-1-336, Frost 1-3-0-3. Marylond, Hill 
7-13-0-62, McCall 4-100-92. 

RECEIVING-Temple, Dillard 7-121, McKie 6-46, Muckerson 5-45. 
Chuku 2-46, Ditzel 2-4 1 , Cobb 1 -34, Sharps 1 -4, Jackson 1 -2. Mary- 
land, Dugon 3-38, Monroe 2-65, J Williams 2-21, Jordan 2-17 Gary 
1-14, Cruz l-(-l) 

TACKLES-Temple, Tolley 5-2-7 Shepard 6-0-6, Wollace 5-0-5, Th- 
ompson 3-2-5 Maryland, Henderson 9-4-13, Moye-Moore 8-4- 
12. Thompson 5-5-10, C. Hill 3-6-9, Whaley 6-3-9. Jenkins 6-1-7 
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Sept. 16, 2000 • Noon 

Mountaineer Field • Morgantown, W.Va, 

MORGANTOWN, W Va. - Backup Cooper Rego scored on two short runs and 
West Virginia turned back a potential go-ahead touchdown in the fourth quarter for a 
30-17 victory over Maryland. 

Maryland (1-1) nearly overcame a 17-point 
halftime deficit despite a subpor performance 
from Heisman Trophy candidate LaMont Jordan, 
who rushed for 38 yards on 18 carries. Still, he 
became Maryland's career rushing leader. 

Leading 23-17, West Virginia's Richard Bryant 
let a punt go through his hands and Maryland's 
Moises Cruz recovered at the Mountaineers' nine, 
but the Terrapins were unable to take advantage 
Quarterback Calvin McCall was stopped on 
fourth-and-goal from the 1 with 6:38 remaining. 

West Virginia (2-0) then drove 99 yards over 
the next five minutes to put the game away The 
drive was highlighted by a 39-yard pass from 
Brad Lewis to fullback Wes Ours. 

Rego, who took over in the second half after starter Avon Cobourne left the game 
with a sprained ankle, 
capped the scoring on a ' 
2-yard run with 1 :41 re- 
maining. Rego finished 
with 1 14 yards, while 
Cobourne had 97 yards 
on 12 carries in the first 
half. 

Punter Jon Ohliger 
dropped a low snap and 
illegally kicked the ball 
while it was on the ground. 
Maryland freshman Leon 
Joe picked the ball up at 
his own 45 and ran un- 
touched for an easy score 
to cut the deficit to 20-17 
near the end of the third 
quarter. Ohliger also 
missed an extra point Ear- 
lier, the Mountaineers ran 
into Maryland's punter to 
keep a drive alive and al- 
lowed two long kickoff re- 
turns, one of which set up 
a Terrapin field goal. 

Jordan, who ran for 164 
yards against West Virginia 
last year, needed only 29 
yards to break Charlie 
Wysocki's school record of 
3,3 17 yards from 1978-81. 
He finished the day with 
3,327 yards and moved to 
1 5th among Atlantic Coast 
Conference career rushing 
leaders. 



First Quarter 
WVU-lewis 1 2 run (Ohliger kick), 2 1 8 

Second Quarter 
UM-Kopka 26 FG, 12 05 
WVU-Ivy 14 pass from Lewis (kick (oiled), 6:33 
WVURego 1 run (Ohliger kick), 0:40 

Third Quarter 
UM-McCall 1 run (Kopko kick), 7:42 
UM-Joe 55 fumble return (Kopko kick), 0:19 

Founh Quarter 
WVU-Ohliger 26 FG, 11:31 
WVURego 2 run (Ohliger kick), 1 :41 



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Penalties-Yards 

Time of Possession 



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INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS 

RUSHING-Marylond. Jordan 18-38. McColl 9-29. Kalapinski 3-4. 
West Virginia. Rego 23-114. Cobourne 12-97 Lewis 5-33. Brown 3- 
29, Ours 1-2. Team 1-1. 

PASSING-Marylond, McColl 19-29-1-215, Jordon 0-1-00 West Vir- 
ginia, Lewis 14-22-0-165 

RECEMNG-Morylond. Gary 7-96, Dugan 4-64, Jordon 3-20. Moo- 
roe 3-9, Cruz 1-16, Williams 1-10. We* Virginia, Ivy 9-B3.Brown 3- 
32, Ours 1-39, Nastosi Ml. 

TACKLES-Marytond, Forte 9-3-12, Henderson 6-5-11, Thompson 5- 
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MIDDLE TENN. ST. 27 

Sept. 23, 2000 • 6:00 p.m. 

Byrd Stadium ; College Park, Md. 

COLLEGE PARK, Md. - Calvin McCall passed for a career-high 357 yards and two 
touchdowns and LaMont Jordan ran for three scores as Maryland pulled away to a 
45-27 victory over Middle Tennessee. 

The Terrapins (2-1 ) let a 17-0 lead dwindle to 
24-21 before McCall and Jordan sparked a 21- 
point run that put Maryland comfortably ahead 
with 11:51 left. 

McCall, a sophomore, enjoyed the first 300- 
yard passing game by a Maryland quarterback 
since Scott Milanovich in 1995. He also set per- 
sonal marks in completions (21 ) and TD passes. 

Jordan scored TDs from 6, 2 and 1 yards. He 
ran for 88 yards on 24 carries and had two 
catches for 69 yards in breaking the school ca- 
reer mark for all-purpose yardage, passing 
Jermaine Lewis (3,950). 

The Blue Raiders made it 17-10 when Hicks 
reeled off a 70-yard touchdown run with 1 1 54 left in the third quarte 

Maryland answered 
in less than a minute. Jor- 
dan passed Lewis by 
rambling 54 yards with 
a short pass, and two 
plays later Mukala 
Sikyala ran in from the 8 
for a 24-14 lead. 

After Middle Tennes- 
see cut the deficit to 
three, Maryland then put 
the game out of reach, 
using McCall's accurate 
passing to set up two 
touchdown runs by Jor- 
dan. McCall finished 21 
for 30 

After using its first 
blocked punt since 1996 
to get an early field 
goal, Maryland made it 
10-0 early in the second 
quarter when McCall 
capped a 74-yard drive 
with a 9-yard touchdown 
pass to Guilian Gary 



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UM-Kopka 24 FG, 11:14 
Second Quarter 

UM-Gary 8 pass from McCall (Koplta kick], 13:35 

UM-jordan 6 run (Kopka kick), 9:03 

MT-H. Johnson 13 pass from J. Johnson {Kelly kick), 4:59 
Third Quarter 

MT-Hicks 70 run (Kelly kick), 11:54 

UM-Sikyala 8 run (Kopka kick), 10:45 

MT-Newson 29 pass from H, Johnson (Kelly kick), 8:31 

UM-Gary 10 pass from McCall (Kopko kick), 4:18 

UM-Jordon 2 run (Kopka kick), 0:02 
Fourth Quarter 

UM-Jordan 1 run (Kopka kick), 11:51 

MT-Newson 5 pass from J. Johnson (kick foiled), 3:48 



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INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS 

RUSHING-Maryland, Jordan 24-88, Hotalo 2-35, Sikyala 4-18, 
Kalapinski 2-14, McCall 2-7, Lynch 3-5, Riley 1-4 Middle Tennes- 
see, Hicks 16-117, Colloway 3-9, Ellison 1-2, J Johnson 9-2 Conner 
1-1, Team l-(minus 2). 

PASSING-Maryland, McCall 21-30-1-357, Jordon 0-1-0-0. Middle 
Tennessee, J Johnson 19-36-1-199, Counts 9-140-70, H Johnson 
2-20-73. 

RECEIVING-Moryland, Gory 6-97, Dugan 5-91, Jordan 2-69, Mon- 
roe 2-24, Kalapinski 2-19, Hotalo 2-8, J Williams 1-36, Cruz 103. 
Middle Tennessee, Newson 10-135, Calico 7- 100, Youell 6-33, Hicks 
3-37, Johnson 1-13, Calloway 1-10, Connet 1-7, Hatnot 1-7 
TACKLES-Maryland, Forte 9-3- 1 2, Henderson 6-5-11, Thompson 5- 
3-8. Middle Tennessee, King 7-2-9, Bryant 6-0-6, Wiley 2-4-6. 
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*me FLORIDA STATE 59 
MARYLAND 7 

Sept 28, 2000 • 8:00 p.m. 

Byrd Stadium ; College Park. Md. 

COLLEGE PARK, Md.- As the game reached its conclusion, Chris Weinke watched 
the action in a chair beyond the end zone, his left foot immobilized and elevated. The 
scene put a damper on an otherwise enjoyable 
night for No 2 Florida State and its record-set- 
ting quarterback. 

Weinke threw three touchdown passes be- 
fore leaving early in the third quarter with an ap- 
parent sprained ankle, and the Seminoles cruised 
to a 59-7 victory over Maryland. William 
McCray scored on two short runs and Atrews Bell 
caught two TD passes for the Seminoles (5-0, 3- 
ACC), who built a 32-7 halftime lead en route 
to their 1 7th straight victory. Weinke left after his 
third touchdown pass made it 38-7 

Weinke went 1 1 -For- 15 for 234 yards. His 
final TD pass gave him 58 for his career, break- 
ing Danny Kanell's school record. 

It was 25-0 before Maryland (2-2, 0-1 ACC) got its initial first down, a 74-yard 
touchdown run by LaMont 
Jordan. Jordan finished ' 
with 114 yards rushing, his 
first 100-yard game of the 
season. It was Jordan's 
second 100-yard game 
against FSU in as many 
years and only the third by 
any back in the last five 
years. On this night, how- 
ever, Florida State was 
simply too tough. 

Florida State is 11-0 
against Maryland, win- 
ning by an average of 34 
points. The Seminoles 
have scored at least 48 
points in eight of the last 
nine games between the 
teams. 




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FSU-W. McCray 1 run (Munyon kick). 10:40 

FSU-M. Munyon 44 kick, 5:22 
Second Quarter 

FSU-Team safety, 14:15 

FSU-R. Morgan 58 pass from C. Weinke (Munyon kick), 13:56 

FSU-W. McCray 2 run (kick failed), 6 22 

UM-L Jordan 74 run (Kopko kick), 5:25 

FSU-A. Bell 2 pass from C Weinke (Munyon kick), :14 
Third Quarter 

FSU-A. Bell 34 pass from C. Weinke (Munyon kick), 13 42 

FSU-R. Golightly 1 run (Munyon kick), 2:57 
Fourth Quarter 

FSU-D. Darling 15 pass from M Outzen (Munyon kick), 9:26 

FSU-D. Ford 5 run (Munyon kick), 3:15 



First Downs 

Rushes-Yards 

Passing 

Comp-AH-Int 

Return Yards 

Sacked-Yards Lost 

Punts-Avg. 

Fumbles-Lost 

Penalties-Yards 

Time of Possession 



FSU 

29 
63-260 

353 
18-27-1 

127 

6-38 
3-37.3 

00 

845 
36:11 



UM 

8 

26-124 

100 
10-27-1 

157 

1-2 
9-417 

3-1 
6-40 
23:49 



INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS 

RUSHING-Flondo Stale, Minor 16-82, Chaney 8-57, Ford 12-57, 

Outzen 7-31. McCroy 10-30, Golightly 414, Maddux 1-9, 

Weinke 5-(minus 20) Maryland, Jordan 17114, Kalapinski 3-11, 

Sikyala 2-1, McCall 4-(minus 2) 

PASSINGFIondo Stale, Weinke 11-15-0-234, Outzen 7121-119 

Maryland. McCall 10-271-100 

RECEIVING-Flondo Slate, Morgon 3-103, Minnis 3-66, Boldin 3- 

52, Minor 3-29, Moddux 2-41, Bell 2-36, Darling 105, Franklin 1 

11 Maryland, Gary 4-59, Sikyala 2-18. Monroe 1-12, James 1-7, 

Williams 1-5, Cruz 1 -(minus 1) 

TACKLES-Flondo State, B. Allen 1-5-6, M Boulware 2-3-5, 

Reynolds 3-0-3 Maryland, Moye-Moore 8-6-14, R Jones 8-2-10, 

Henderson 6-4-10. 

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Oct. 7, 2000 • Noon 

Scott Stadium ; Charlotteswille. Ma. 

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. • A strong first quarter from Dan Ellis and three first-half 
touchdowns by Tyree Foreman gave Virginia a 28-3 first-half lead, and the Cavaliers 
held on for dear life to beat Maryland 31-23. 

Ellis was 6-for-6 for 148 yards and a touch- 
down in the first quarter as Virginia took a 21-0 
lead. But an injury forced Ellis out of the game in 
the second quarter, and the Terrapins came back 
within a touchdown in the fourth quarter before 
Virginia's ground attack locked up the win 

Virginia (4-2, 3- 1 Atlantic Coast Conference) 
opened the game with a 13-play, 80-yard TD 
drive, capped by Tyree Foreman's 4-yard run. The 
drive continued thanks to a fourth-and-1 dive by 
Antwoine Womack on Maryland's 5-yard line. 

The Cavs led 28-3 and appeared ready to 
put the game away early, driving into Maryland 
territory with less than two minutes left in the half, 

when the Terps' Shawn Forte picked off an Ellis pass and returned it 69 yards for a 
touchdown. Ellis pulled his hamstring while pursuing Forte and was replaced by fresh- 
man Bryson Spinner. 

The Terps (2-3, 0- 
2] converted on a Vir- 
ginia miscue when Tony 
Okanlawon picked off 
Spinner's first pass at- 
tempt of the game, o 
long bomb that gave 
Maryland the ball at its 
own 24. Five plays later, 
Matt Kalapinski took a 
screen pass 61 yards for 
a touchdown to make it 
28-16 with 1:39 left in 
the third quarter. A two- 
point conversion attempt 
failed. 

McCall answered 
by leading a 79-yard TD 
drive. On fourth-and-9, 
he hit Jason Hatala with 
an 18-yard TD pass to 
make it 31-24 with 5:44 
remaining. Though the 
Terps had a chance late, 
Virginia turned to the 
ground game and Mary- 
land didn't get the ball 
back the rest of the 
game. 



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2nd 


3rd 


4th 


Final 





10 


6 


7 


23 


21 


7 





3 


31 



Maryland 
Virginio 



First Quarter 

UVo-Foremon 4 run (Greene kick), 9:08 

UVa-Foremon 2 run (Greene kick|, 3 31 

UVo-Moson 36 pass from Ellis (Greene kick), 1 :39 
Second Quarter 

UM-FG Kopka 43, 11.16 

UVa-Foreman 1 run (Greene kick), 3:33 

UM-Forte 69 interception return (Kopka kick), 1:30 
Third Quarter 

UM-Kolapinski 61 pass from McColf (pass foiled), 1 :39 
Fourth Quarter 

UVo-FG Greene 48, 7:50 

UM-Halalo 18 pass from McCall (Kopko kick), 5 44 



First Downs 

Rushes-Yards 

Passing 

Comp-Arf-ln! 

Return Yards 

Sacked-Yords Lost 

Punts-Avg 

Fumbles-Lost 

Penalties-Yards 

Time of Possession 



UM 

15 

31-109 

207 
14-34-2 
69 
M 
7-47 
1-0 
4-35 
27:06 



UVa 
24 

59-263 
222 

12-20-2 
26 
1-10 
4-45 
2-2 
4-35 

3254 



INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS 

RUSHING-Maryland, Jordan 20-76, Sikyalo 6-24, McCall 4-8, 

Kalapinski 1-1. Virginio, Womack 29-133, Foreman 10-64. Ellis 6- 

48, Ward 7-18, Scbaub 1-4, Spinner 3-10. 

PASSING-Marylond, McCall 14-34-2-207 Virginia, Ellis, 10-15-1- 

208. Spinner 0-3-1-0, Schaub 2-2-0-14. 

RECEIVING-Maryland, Kalapinski 7-97, Gary 4-73, Hatalo 3-37 

Virginia, Bober 3-44, Johnson 2-33. Coffey 2-25, Womack 1-41, 

Moson 1-36, Dotson 1-24, McMullen 1-12, Luzar 1-7 

fXLES-Marylond, T.Jackson 7-5-12, Thompson 8-3-11, Forte 8- 
1. Henderson 6-5-11, Moye-Moore 5-5-10 Virginia Isabelle 5- 
4-9, D. Green 3-4-7, Crowell 4-1-5 
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Oct. 14,2000 • 6:00 p.m. 
Clcmson Memorial Stadium 



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CLEMSON, S.C. - Tommy Bowden came to Clemson promising to bring a wide- 
open passing offense. But all five touchdowns in the No. 5 Tigers' (#4 ESPN/USA 
Today) 35-14 victory over Maryland came on 
the ground. 

The Tigers (7-0, 5-0 Atlantic Coast Confer- 
ence) wanted to blow Maryland (2-4, 0-3) away, 
but they had to settle for a sluggish victory, gain- 
ing 464 yards - its second lowest output of the 
year. 

Woody Dantzler ran for two touchdowns 
and Alex Ardley tied a Clemson record with three 
interceptions. 

Maryland keyed on stopping Dantzler on 
the run. So the Tigers gave the ball to Travis 
Zachery, who responded with a career-high 151 
yards. But Dantzler, who was 10-for-19 for 186 
yards, and ran for 87 yards, still got the ball on 
the big plays. 

Dantzler converted third-and-one and fourth-and-one plays on a second-quarte 
drive and left Maryland 




defenders grabbing air on ■ 
touchdown runs of 1 9 and 
8 yards. 

Turnovers and pen- 
alties stung Maryland. 
Calvin McCall was 8-for- 
21 for 179 yards, but 
Clemson scored after 
each of Ardley's intercep- 
tions. 

LaMont Jordan ran 
for 71 yards for the Terra- 
pins. The Tigers took ad- 
vantage of good field pos- 
session in the first half. 
Clemson scored all three 
times it started drives on 
the Maryland side of the 
field. 

For Maryland, Ja- 
son Hatala's 9-yard run on 
a reverse for a TD in the 
second quarter was the 
Terrapins' first touchdown 
at Clemson since 1991 
Jordan later added a sec- 
ond score for the Terps. 



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Maryland 
Clemson 



First Quarter 

CU-Zochery 3 run (lazzora kick), 5:04 

Second Quarter 

UM-Halolo 9 run (Kopka kick], 14:54 
CU-Dantzler 1 9 run (Lazzora kick), 11:51 
UM-Zachery 1 run (kick foiled). 1:03 

Third Quarter 

CU-Safefy, 13 10 
CU-Dantzler 8 run (kick foiled), 5 34 

Fourth Quarter 

CU-Ramberi 7 run (Hunt kick), 10:01 
UM-Jordan 9 run (Kopka kick), 8:07 



1st 


2nd 


3rd 


4th 


Final 





7 





7 


14 


7 


13 


8 


7 


35 



First Downs 

Rushes-Yards 

Passing 

Comp-Atl-Int 

Return Yards 

Sacked-Yords Lost 

Punts-Avg 

Fumbles-Lost 

Penalties-Yards 

Time of Possession 



UM 

12 
37-82 

179 
8-22-3 

15 
4-28 
645.8 

OO 
7-65 
27:12 



CU 

26 
61-278 

186 
10-20-1 

85 

1-2 
637.2 

2-1 
846 
32:48 



INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS 

RUSHING-Morylond, Jordan 15-71. Sikyalo 7-18, Hoiolo 1-9, 
McCail 13-7 Team l-(mtnus 23). Clemson, Zachery 29-151, 
Dantzler 17-87 Rambert 9-36, Gordner 1-3, Simmons 1-2, Kelly 4- 
(minus 1 ) 

PASSING-Moryland. McCall 8-21-2-179, Jordan 0-1-1-0. 
Clemson, Dantzler 10-19-1-186, Simmons O-I-OO. 
RECEIVING-Moryland, Kalapinski 2-29, Cruz 1-54. Hatalo 1-41, 
Monroe 1-21, Williams 1-14, Jordan 1-12, Gory 1-8 Clemson, 
Gardner 5-148, Zachery 3-18, Robinson 1-13, Youngblood 1-7 
TACKLE^Moryland, Whaley 6-6-12, Joe 6-6-12, Moye-Moore 6- 
5-11. Clemson, Corson 9-4-13, Hofley 6-5-11, Ardley 7-1-8. 
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Oct 21, 2000* 1:00 p.m. 

Byrd Stadium ; College Park, Md. 

COLLEGE PARK, Md. - Surprise starter Mukala Sikyala ran for a career-high 112 
yards and a touchdown as Maryland snapped a three-game losing streak and won its 
first conference game of the year by beating 
winless Wake Forest, 37-7. The Terps (3-4, 1-3 
Atlantic Coast Conference) took control by scor- 
ing touchdowns on their first two possessions. 
Sikyala, whose previous career high was 50 yards 
rushing, had 86 yards in the first quarter alone. 

Maryland got its best defensive effort 
through seven games of 2000 as it blanked the 
Demon Deacons (0-7, 0-5) until the fourth quar- 
ter. Randall Jones punctuated the effort with a 90- 
yard interception return to put the Terps up 30-0. 

Sikyala, a senior, carried 14 times after start- 
ing in place of LaMont Jordan, who had been 
slowed by a hip pointer. Jordan entered late in 
the first quarter and gained 86 yards on 10 car- 
ries, including a 44-yard touchdown run. 

Backed by a rushing attack that produced 233 yards, Maryland QB Calvin 
McCall went 15-for-22 
for 208 yards and a 
touchdown. Wake's 
James MacPherson was 
28-for-49 for 343 yards 
and three interceptions 
forWFU. His touchdown 
pass to Fabian Davis with 
6:07 left ruined UM's bid 
for a shutout. Wake For- 
est had two turnovers 
and just 53 yards rushing 
in falling behind 14-0 at 
halftime. 

Maryland snuffed 
a fake field goal in the 
first quarter and moved 
64 yards in the other di- 
rection to take a 14-0 
lead. On fourth-and-2 
from the Wake Forest 1 0, 
Jordan entered the game 
for the first time and 
served as a decoy, 
plunging into the line 
before McCall passed to 
wide-open tight end Jeff 
Dugan in the end zone. 



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Woke Forest 
Maryland 



1st 


14 



2nd 





3rd 


10 



4th 

7 
13 



Final 
7 
37 



First Quarter 

UM-Sikyala 13 run (Kopko kick), 9:38 

UM-Dugan 10 pass from McCall (Kopka kick), 3:43 
Third Quarter 

UM-FG Kopko 47, 12:24 

UM-Riley 1 run (Kopko kick), :00 
Fourth Quarter 

UM-R. Jones 90 interception return (kick foiled), 1 1 :40 

UM-Jordan 44 run (Siljkovic kick), 8:38 

WFU-Dovis 18 pass from MacPherson (Ashe kick), 6:07 



First Downs 

Rushes-Yards 

Passing 

Comp-Att-Int 

Return Yards 

Sacked-Yards Lost 

Punts-Avg. 

Fumbles-Lost 

Penalties-Yards 

Time of Possession 



WF 

21 

30-72 

354 

29-50-3 

70 

3-19 

5-46 

2-1 

7-36 

30:33 



UM 

24 
42-233 

246 
20-31-0 

147 

3-31 

4-37 
1-1 

6-40 
29:27 



INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS 

RUSHING-Wake Forest, T. Williams 10-44, Stolon 8-34, Young 5- 
13, Landfried l-(minus 1), MocPherson 6-(minus 18) Maryland, 
Sikyala 14-112, Jordan 10-86, McCall 6-15, Riley 5-11, Hill 3-5, 
Hatolo 1-4, Lynch 1-1, Team 2-(minus 1). 
PASSING-Woke Forest, MacPherson 28-49-3-343. Young 1-1-0-11. 
Maryland, McCall 15-22-0-208, Hill 5-9-0-38. 
RECEIVING-Wake Forest, Dovis 5-46, Landfried 5-37, 1 Williams 4- 
76, T. Williams 4-38, Thomas 3-36, Caldwell 3-35, Modelski 2-39, 
Stone 2-38, Staton 1-9. Maryland, Gary 5-78, Hatolo 4-48, Dugon 
4-44, James 3-42, Riley 2-7, Cruz 1-17, Jordan 1-10 
TACKIES-Wake Forest, Bender 6-2-8, Koch 5-3-8, Ivey 6-0-6 Mary- 
land, Forte 6-7-13, T. Jackson 6-4-10, Moye-Moore 7-3-10 
MISSED FIELD GOALS-Wake Forest, Thomos 23 (blocked); Mary- 
land, Kopko 25 
A-26,544 




MARYLAND 20 
DUKE 9 




Oct. 28, 2000 • Noon 

Wallace Wade Stadium • Durham. M.C. 

DURHAM, N.C. - LaMont Jordan's 77-yard touchdown run on the second play of 
the second half sparked Maryland to a 20-9 victory over winless Duke in Durham. 

Jordan, held to 12 yards on 11 carries in 
the first half, added a 28-yard touchdown with 
3:11 left to play and finished with 158 yards on 
21 carries. ItwasJordan's 16th career 100-yard 
game for Maryland (4-4, 2-3 Atlantic Coast 
Conference). 

Duke (0-8, 0-5) was within 10-9 with 8:22 
to play after a 20-yard touchdown pass on a 
flea-flicker from wide receiver Ben Erdeljac to 
quarterback D. Bryant. Tailback Chris Douglas 
took a handoff from Bryant, and pitched the ball 
to Erdeljac, who stepped back and heaved it 
across the field to a wide-open Bryant. 

Duke's point-after attempt, however, sailed 
wide left and Maryland's defense kept the Blue 

Devils pinned inside their territory the rest of the game. The Terrapin "D" played well 
all game and notched a season-high eight sacks against the Blue Devils. 

Duke scored the first 
half's only points on a 42- ' 
yard field goal by Brent 
Garber with 12:30 left in 
the second quarter, 

Maryland finished 
with 354 yards in total of- 
fense after managing just 
23 yards rushing and 77 
passing in the first half. 

Maryland's Calvin 
McCall completed 7-of-l 1 
passes for 118 yards with 
two interceptions. Shaun 
Hill entered in the second 
half to go 3-for-3 for 64 
yards and one intercep- 
tion. 

Brian Kopka kicked 
two second-half field 
goals, including a career- 
long 49-yarder midway 
through the third quarter. 



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Maryland 
Duke 



1st 






2nd 

3 



3rd 

10 




4th 
10 
6 



Final 
20 
9 



Second Quarter 

DU-FG Garber 42, 12:30 
Third Quarter 

UM-Jordon 77 run (Kopko kick), 14:05 

UM-FG Kopka 49, 5:26 
Fourth Quarter 

DU-Bryant 20 poss from Erdeljac (kick failed), 8:22 

UM-FG Kopka 30, 5:47 

UM-Jordan 28 run (Kopka kick), 3:11 



First Downs 

Rushes-Yards 

Passing 

Return Yards 

Sacked-Yards Lost 

Comp-Att-Int 

Punts 

Fumbles-Lost 

Penalties-Yards 

Time of Possession 



UM 

15 

34-172 

182 

1 

2-20 

12-23-3 

5-35 2 

1-0 

7-59 

2656 



DU 

19 
40-13 

253 

66 

1062 

22-38-2 

5-43 

1-1 
7-81 
33 04 



INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS 

RUSHING-Moryland, Jordan 21-158, McCall 8-13, Hill 3-2, Sikyala 
1-1, Team l-|minus 2) Duke, Douglas 12-28, Epperson 10-20, Bol- 
der 2-10, Romine 2-(minus 14), Byront 14-(minus 31). 
PASSING-Moryland, McCall 9-17-2-118, Hill 3-6-1-64, Duke, Bryant 
21-34-2-233, Romine 0-2-0-0, Erdeljac 1-1-0-20, Team 0-1-00. 
RECEIVING-Moryland, Hatolo 3-66, Gory 3-22, Dugan 2 27 Jor- 
dan 1-32, Jomes 1-16, Kalapinski 1- 10. Monroe 1-9, Duke, Hon 6- 
79, Etdeljoc 4-47, Douglos 3-35, Epperson 3-18, Bother 2-10, 
Brzezinski 1-22. Bryant 1-20, Wode 1-12, Hortofilis 1-10. 
TACKLES-Morylond, T Jackson 9-7-16, EJ. Henderson 11-3-14, Kris 
Jenkins 9-3-12, Marlon Moye-Moore 7-3-10 Duke, Fowler 5-2-7, 
Kreider 5-0-5, Austin 41-5, DeLamielleure 2-2-4, Knighl 2-2-4 
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Nov. 4, 2000 
Byrd Stadium 



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College Park. Md. 



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COLLEGE PARK, Md. - Backup QB Shaun Hi 
point halftime deficit and scored the deciding 
touchdown in the second overtime as Maryland 
shocked North Carolina State 35-28 

It was the third straight victory for the Terra- 
pins (5-4, 3-3 ACC|, who beat the 'Pack at home 
for the first time since 1990 It was the Wolfpack's 
(5-2, 2-3] third overtime game this season, and 
their first loss in OT. 

Maryland got the ball first in the second over- 
time. After Hill ran 21 yards on a third-and-7 from 
the 22, he scored on a quarterback sneak. The 
Wolfpack then faced a 4lh-and-14 from the 16, 
and after Philip Rivers' pass in the end zone fell 
incomplete, thousands of Maryland fans stormed 
the field to celebrate. 

In the first overtime, Rivers threw a 22-yard 
pass to Koren Robinson to putNC State up 28-21, but LaMont Jordan scored on a 25 
yard run on Maryland's first play to force a second session 

Down 21-6 at half- 
time, Maryland rallied 
behind Hill, who entered 
after starter Calvin 
McColl sprained an 
onkle late in the first half. 

Hill, a junior college 
transfer, made it 21-14 
by throwing a 5-yard 
touchdown pass to 
James Lynch and then 
running in the conversion 
early in the third quarter. 
He threw an interception 
inside the NCSU 5 on 
Maryland's next posses- 
sion, but tied it by cap- 
ping a 58-yard drive with 
a 20-yard TD pass to 
Guilian Gary with 10:59 
left. 



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2nd 

21 





3rd 




4th 

7 



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7 
7 



201 Final 
28 
7 35 



First Quarter 

UM-Holala 17 run (kick tailed], 8:00 
Second Quarter 

NCSU-K Robinson 5 pass from Rivers [Passingham kick), 
10:58 

NCSU-Vanderveer 3 pass from Rivers (Passingham kick), 4:01 

NCSU-R. Robinson 5 run IPassinghom kick), 1:07 
Third Quarter 

UM-lynch 2 pass from Hill (Hill run), 1101 
Fourth Quarter 

UM-Gory 20 poss from Hill |Kopka kick), 10:59 
First Overtime 

NCSU-K. Robinson 22 pass from Rivers [Passingham kick) 

UM-Jordan 25 run (Kopko kick) 
Second Overtime 

UM-Hill 1 run (Kopka kick) 



First Downs 

Rushes-Yards 

Passing 

Comp-AH-Int 

Return Yards 

Socked-Yards Lost 

Punts-Avg 

Fumbles-Lost 

Penalties-Yards 

Time of Possession 



NCSU 

25 
47-218 

183 
16-35-0 

67 

1-7 
6-41 

1-1 
9-72 
29:19 



UM 
22 

41-138 
200 

21-341 
83 
4-34 
7-39 
0-0 
4-35 

30:41 



INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS 

RUSHING-NCSU. R. Robinson 40-178, Rivers 4-22, Jackson 2-10. 

leak 1-8. Maryland, Jordon 25-101, Hill 9-19, Hatola 1-17, Sikyala 

3-6. Kalapinski 1-1, McCall 2-(minus6). 

PASSING-NCSU Rivers 16-35-0-183. Maryland, Hill 15-24-1-137, 

McCall 5-9-0-57 Patterson 1-1 -04. 

RECEIVING-NCSU, K Robinson 8-104, 6 Robinson 3-15, Wright 2- 

33, Peterson 1-23, leok 1-5. Vanderveer 1 -3. Maryland, Kalapinski 

5-33, Jordon 4-53, Dugon 3-27 Cruz 3-23. Hotala 2-15, Gory 1- 

20. Sikvalo 1-18, Monroe 1-9, lynch 1-2. 

TACKLES-NCSU, L Fisher 14-4-18. D Bumette 5-5-10, J Walker 5-2- 

-7. Maryland, Thompson 13-4-17, Henderson 9-4-13, Forte 7-3-10. 

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NO. CAROLINA 13 
MARYLAND 1 




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Norlh Corolino 



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2nd 

3 



3rd 
3 
3 



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7 
7 



Final 
10 
13 



Nov. 11,2000 • Noon 

Kenan Stadium • Chapel Hill. N.C. 

CHAPEL HILL, N.C. - Ronald Curry rescued North Carolina's stagnant offense 
with a 25-yard scoring run with 7:24 left as the Tar Heels beat Maryland 13-10 

The Tar Heels (5-5, 2-5 ACC) snapped 
Maryland's three-game ACC winning streak. 

The Maryland defense again played well as 
North Carolina had just four first downs with 12 
minutes left and no third-down conversion on 1 
tries before Curry completed a 16-yard pass to 
Alge Crumpler to help set up his winning score. 
But on third-andseven, Curry took off on a quar- 
terback draw, broke a tackle at the 1 6, then dove 
into the end zone at the tail end of the run seven 
minutes after Maryland had taken its first lead. 

In the game, Maryland's LaMont Jordan 
broke Charlie Wysocki's school record with his 
18th 100-yard game, but failed to add to his 101- 
yard total on two tries when the Terps got the 
ball back late in the fourth quarter. 

UNC led 6-3 early in the fourth quarter despite Maryland holding the ball for 18 
more minutes. But Shaun 
Hill found Guilian Gary on ' 
a 7-yard pass in the right 
corner of the end zone on 
the second play of the 
quarter to give Maryland 
its first lead at 10-6. 

The first half was filled 
with offensive futility by two 
teams fighting for a winning 
season and bowl hopes 

Maryland had the 
ball in North Carolina ter- 
ritory four times, but failed 
to score after turning it 
over on downs twice and 
missing a 50-yard field 
goal. The Terps drove the 
ball at one point from their 
own 8 to the UNC 2, hold- 
ing the ball for 6:42, but 
a fourth-down keeper by 
QB Shaun Hill was ques- 
tionably ruled inches short. 

It appeared UNC 
would finally take advan- 
tage, but Parker was 
stripped from behind by a 
hustling Shawn Forte and 
fumbled at the tail end of 
his 61 -yard run to turn the 
ball back over to Mary- 
land. The Heels eventually 
forged ahead despite only 
four first downs and UM 
holding the ball for 12 1/ 
2 more minutes. 



Second Quarter 

UNC-FG Reed 42, 57 
Third Quarter 

UNC-FG Reed 32, 10:07 

UM-FG Kopka 25, 5:01 
Fourth Quarter 

UM-Gary 7 pass from Hill (Kopka kick), 14: 14 

UNC-Curry 25 run (Reed kick), 7 24 
MD 



First Downs 

Rushes-Yards 

Passing 

Return Yards 

Sacked-Yards Lost 

Comp-Att-lnl 

Punts 

Fumbles-lost 

Penalties-Yards 

Time of Possession 



17 

47-145 

164 



3-22 

16-31-1 

642 

1-0 

2-10 

3742 



UNC 

10 
38-241 

42 

96 

2-9 
7-16-1 
7-37 

2-2 
4-52 
22:18 



INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS 

RUSHING-Maryland, Jordan 27-101. Hill 17-45, Kolapinski 1-1, Team 
2-|minus 2). UNC, Parker21-158, Curry 11-53, Russell 3-21, Sounders 
1-9, A.Williams 1-1, Team l-|minus 1| 

PASSING-Marylond, Hill 14-281159. Jordon l-2-0-|minus 6), 
Bornard 1-1-0-11. UNC, Curry 7-16-1-42. 
RECEIVING-Marylond, Kolapinski 3-27, Cruz 2 58. Hotalo 2-29, 
Gory 2-16. Dugon 2-13, Jordon 2-9, Forte 1-11, Jomes 1-7 Lynch 1- 
(minus 6|. UNC, Aiken 3-20, Crumpler 317, Allen 1-5. 
TACKLES-Moryland, Henderson 7-3-10, T Jockson 7-1-6, Forte 5- 
3-8. Move-Moore 5-2-7. UNC. Spoon 9-6-15. Hodge 6-2-B, Pep- 
pers 4-2-6 
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22 



Nov. 18,2000 *Noon 

Byrd Stadium • College Park, Md. 

COLLEGE PARK, Md. - Georgia Tech made it painfully clear by halftime that 
Maryland's season would conclude without a happy ending. 

George Godsey threw for 354 yards and 
two touchdowns as No. 20 (No. 22 ESPN/USA 
Today) Georgia Tech extended its winning streak 
to six and dashed the Terrapins' bowl hopes with 
a 35-22 victory. 

Godsey scored his first career TD and Joe 
Burns added a pair of his own to help stake the 
Yellow Jackets to a 28-0 halftime lead. At that 
point, it was apparent that Maryland was des- 
tined to endure a sub-. 500 season. 

Godsey was 19-for-26 in his third straight 
300-yard game, Kerry Watkins had five catches 
for 147 yards, and Burns carried 28 times for 
109 yards. 

The win enabled Georgia Tech (8-2, 6-2 At- 
lantic Coast Conference) to finish in a second-place tie with Clemson in the ACC 
Maryland (5-6, 3-5 ACC) ended its season with the loss 

Shaun Hill threw 
three second-half touch- 
down passes to Guilian 
Gary, the last on the fi- 
nal play of the game, but 
the outcome was already 
sealed. The game was 
the last for senior 
tailback LaMont Jordan, 
the leading rusher in 
school history. As he 
walked off the field for 
the last time, Jordan used 
a towel to wipe the tears 
streaming down his face. 

Godsey moved the 
Yellow Jackets 67 yards 
on their second posses- 
sion for a 7-0 lead. The 
junior twice completed 
29-yard passes, includ- 
ing one to Watkins on a 
third-and-19, before scor- 
ing on an impromptu 2- 
yard run. 

For Maryland, Gary 
sandwiched touchdown 
catches of 32 and 1 1 
yards around Godsey's 
second TD pass to 
Campbell, an 18-yarder 
with 14:38 left. Then as 
the game expired, the 
sophomore caught his 
third TD pass of the 
game, tying a Maryland 
single-game record. 



First Quarter 

GT-Godsey 2 run (Manget kick), 7:10 
Second Quarter 

GT-Burns 1 run (Manget kick), 8:45 

GT-Burns 1 run {Manget kick), 7:16 
GT-Campbell 5 pass from Godsey (Manget kick), 0:41 
Third Quarter 

UM-Gory 32 pass from Hill (Kopko kick), 4:12 
Fourth Quarter 

GT-Campbell 18 pass from Godsey (Manget kick), 14:38 

UM-Gary 11 pass from Hill (Kopko kick), 4:30 

UM-Gory 13 pass from Hill (Cruz pass), 0:00 





GT 


UM 


First Downs 


27 


18 


Rushes-Yards 


53-193 


22-20 


Passing 


354 


318 


Return Yards 


59 


92 


Socked-Yards Lost 


0-0 


2-23 


Comp-Att-Int 


19-30-0 


29-46-1 


Punts 


2-25 


5-44 


Fumbles-Lost 


1-1 


3-2 


Penalties-Yards 


7-56 


6-50 


Time of Possession 


3349 


26:11 



INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS 

RUSHING-Maryland, Jordan 14-25, Hatala 1-11, Sikyola 1-1, Hill 
6-(minus 17). Ga. Tech, Burns 28-109, Hatch 10-31, Ford 5-24, Gre- 
gory 5-19, Holl 1-7, Godsey 4-3. 

PASSING Maryland, Hill 29-46-1-318. Ga. Tech, Godsey 19-26-0- 
354, Hall 4-0-0-0. 

RECEIVINGMoryland, Gary 6-85, Jordan 5-65, Hotala 4-41, Cruz 
3-30, Monroe 3-30, Williams 3 27. Ga. Tech, Watkins 5-147, 
Campbell 5-90, Curry 3-64, Burns 3-21, Matvay 2-26, Hatch 16 
TACKLES-Maryland, Henderson 10-8-18, Moye-Moore 8-6-14, 
Okanlawon 6-2-8. Ga. Tech, Fox 6-5-11, Lawslon 5-0-5, Clark 4- 1 • 
-5 
A-24,701. 



TERPS IN THE ACC & 
NCAA RANKINGS 



NCAA Rankings 



NCAA TEAM 
Rushing Offense 
Passing Offense. 

Total Offense 

Scoring Offense . 
Rushing Defense . 

Pass Defense 

Total Defense 

Scoring Defense . 

Net Punting 

Punt Returns 

Kickoff Returns 

Turnover Margin 



.79th 124.1 ypg 

59th 211.1 ypg 

..81st 335.2 ypg 

. 78th 22.5 ppg 

. 89th 186.1 ypg 

106th 253.9 ypg 

107th 440.0 ypg 

.64th 25.8 ppg 

. 13th 37.9 net avg. 

108th 5.1 ypr 

,73rd 19.1 ypr 

.47th + 3(+25,-22) 



NCAA INDIVIDUAL 

Rushing 

Interceptions 

Punting 

Kickoff Returns 



... LaMont Jordan 49th 83.6 ypg 

Shawn Forte 50th 36 ipg 

... Brooks Barnard 4th 44.7 ypp 

Mukala Sikyalajr 38th 22.8 ypr 



ACC Banking s 



ACC TEAM 

Rushing Offense 

Passing Offense 

Total Offense 

Scoring Offense 

Rushing Defense 

Pass Defense 

Total Defense 

Scoring Defense 

Net Punting 

Punt Returns 

Kickoff Returns 

Sacks By 

Sacks Against 

Turnover Margin 

Penalties (Fewest Yds.) 
Kickoff Coverage 



7th 124.1 ypg 

5th 211.1 ypg 

7th 335.2 ypg 

6th 22.5 ppg 

7th 186.1 ypg 

7th 253.9 ypg 

8th 440.0 ypg 

5th 25.8 ppg 

3rd 37.9 net avg. 



. 8th .. 
. 8th .. 
. 6th .. 
.2nd. 
. 5th .. 
..1st.. 
,2nd. 



5-1 ypr 

19.1 ypr 

31 (for 214) 

21 (for 175) 

. + 3|+25,-22) 

517 yds. 

17.5 ypr 



ACC INDIVIDUAL 

Rushing 

All-Purpose Yds 

Total Offense 

Passing Avg 

Pass Efficiency 

Receptions 

Receiving Yds 

Scoring (TDs) 

Receptions 

Interceptions 

Kickoff Returns 

Punting 

Field Goals 



... LaMont Jordan 4th 83.6 ypg 

... LaMont Jordan 7th ... 109.7 ypg 

... Calvin McCall 7th .... 176.8 ypg 

Calvin McCall 6th .... 170.3 ypg 

Calvin McCall 7th 116.7 

Guilian Gary 8th 3.6 rpg 

Guilian Gary 9th 51.6 ypg 

... LaMont Jordan 10th 6.0 ppg 

Guilian Gary 8th 3.4 rpg 

Shawn Forte 3rd 36 ipg 

Mukala Sikyala, Jr 5th 22.8 ypr 

... Brooks Barnard 2nd 44.7 ypp 

Brian Kopka 5th 73 fgpg 



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ANNUAL REC ORDS AND FINISHES 



Annual wonJoss records since 1 892. SAIAASouth Atlantic Intercollegiate Athletic Association. SCSouthern Conference. ACC-Atlantic 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(0.0 


128(42.7) 








Will Skinner 




1893 


6-0-0 


5-0-0 


1-0-0 




104(173 


16(2.7) 








Samuel Harding 




1894 


4-3-0 


3-0-0 


1-3-0 




106(15.1 


76(10.9) 








J.G. Bannon 




1895 


NO TEAM 






















1896 


6-2-2 


5-2-2 


1-0-0 




112(11.2 


34 (3.4) 








Grenville Lewis 




1897 


2-4-0 


2-2-0 


0-2-0 




44 (7.3 


68(11.3) 








Grenville Lewis 




1898 


2-5-1 


1-2-0 


1-3-1 




80(10.0 


147(18.4) 








Frank Kenly 




1899 


1-4-0 


1-1-0 


0-3-0 




26(5.2 


157(31.4) 








S.M. Cooke 




1900 


3-4-1 


2-4-1 


1-0-0 




68 (8.5 


67 (8.4) 








F.H. Peters 




1901 


1-7-0 


1-4-0 


0-2-0 


0-1-0 


49(6.1 


129(16.1) 








Emmons Dunbar 




1902 


3-5-2 


2-2-1 


0-2-1 


1-1-0 


28(2.8 


90 (9.0) 








D.John Markey 




1903 


7-4-0 


4-1-0 


1-3-0 


2-0-0 


104(9.5 


64(5.8) 








D. John Markey 




1904 


2-4-2 


0-0-1 


2-4-1 




33 (4.1 


62 (7.8) 








D.John Markey 




1905 


6-4-0 


5-1-0 


1-3-0 




131 (13.1 


66 (6.6) 








Fred Neilsen 




1906 


5-3-0 


3-0-0 


2-2-0 


0-1-0 


98(12.3 


73(9.1) 








Fred Neilsen 




1907 


3-6-0 


1-2-0 


1-4-0 


1-0-0 


44 (4.9 


71 (79) 








Charles Melick 




1908 


3-8-0 


3-4-0 


0-4-0 




27(2.5 


204(18.5) 








Bill Lang 




1909 


2-5-0 


1-1-0 


1-3-0 


0-1-0 


19(2.7 


103(14.7) 








Bill Lang and Dr. Edward Larkin 




1910 


4-3-1 


2-0-0 


1-3-1 


1-0-0 


78(9.8 


42 (5.3) 








Royal Alston 




1911 


4-4-2 


4-3-2 


0-1-0 




37(3.7 


72 (7.2) 








Charley Donnelly/HC "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/AI Heagy/AI Woods 




1941 


3-5-1 


2-1-0 


0-2-0 


1-2-1 


49 (5.4 


196(21.8) 


SC 


1-2-0 


12th 


Jack Faber/AI Heagy/AI Woods 




1942 


7-2-0 


3-0-0 


1-2-0 


3-0-0 


198(22.0 


124(13.8) 


SC 


1-2-0 


13th 


Clark 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 


136(15.1 


193(21.4) 


SC 


2-5-0 


12th 


Clark Shaughnessy 




1947 


7-2-2 


3-0-1 


4-1-0 


0-1-1 


207(18.8 


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 


75 (75) 


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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Year 

1953 
1954 
1955 
1956 
1957 
1958 
[1959 
[I960 
: 1961 
1962 
1963 
1964 
1965 
1966 
1967 
1968 
11969 
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 
2000 



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 



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 



A 

4-0-0 
2-2-1 
5-0-0 
2-4-0 
2-3-0 
3-3-0 
1-3-0 
4-2-0 
3-2-0 
2-3-0 
1-3-0 
1-3-0 
3-2-0 
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 



9-2-1 


4-1-0 


4-1-1 


11-1-0 


6-0-0 


5-0-0 


8-4-0 


4-2-0 


3-2-0 


9-3-0 


4-1-0 


5-1-0 


7-4-0 


5-1-0 


2-3-0 


8-4-0 


5-1-0 


3-2-0 


4-6-1 


2-2-0 


2-4-1 


8-4-0 


5-1-0 


3-2-0 


8-4-0 


5-1-0 


3-2-0 


9-3-0 


2-2-0 


5-1-0 


9-3-0 


4-1-0 


3-1-0 


5-5-1 


1-3-0 


4-2-0 


4-7-0 


3-1-0 


1-5-0 


5-6-0 


3-2-0 


2-4-0 


3-7-1 


2-3-0 


1-4-0 


6-5-1 


3-1-0 


3-3-0 


2-9-0 


1-3-0 


1-5-0 


3-8-0 


2-4-0 


1-4-0 


2-9-0 


1-4-0 


1-5-0 


4-7-0 


3-2-0 


1-5-0 


6-5-0 


3-2-0 


3-3-0 


5-6-0 


4-2-0 


1-3-0 


2-9-0 


1-5-0 


1-4-0 


3-8-0 


2-3-0 


1-4-0 


5-6-0 


3-3-0 


2-3-0 


5-6-0 


4-2-0 


1-4-0 



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 



PF 

298(271 

280(28 

217(19.7 

68(6.8 

119(11.9 
132(13.2 
184(18.4 

171 (17.1 
156(15.6 



170 
148 1 
164 1 
132 1 
1801 



17.0 
14.8 
16.4 
1 3 2 
18.0 



46(5.1 
171 (17.1 
100(10.0 
112(10.2 
224(20.4 
243 (22.1 
335 (27.9 
312(26.0 
312(26.0 
294 (24.5 
254(21.2 
261 (21.8 
198(18.0 
211 (176 
232(21.1 
373(31.1 
316(26.3 
380(31.7 
326 (27.2 
262(23.8 
194(17.6 
260(23.6 
215(19.5 
237(19.8 
138(12.5 
292(26.5 
243(22.1 
270 (24.5 
210(19.1 
187(17.0 
161 (14.6 
202(18.4 
292 (26.5 
247(22.5 



PA 

38(3.5 

67 (6.7 

77 (7.0 

168(16.8 

144(14.4 

175(175 

188(18.8 

164(16.4 

141 (141 

128 (12.8 

201 (20.1 

126(12.6 

164(16.4 

204 (20.4 

231 (25.7 

299(29.9 

249 (24.9 

241 (21.9 

283(25.7 

217(19.7 

141 (11.8 

150(12.5 

150(12.5 

115(9.6 

179(14.9 

167 

135 

165 

194 

220 



13.9 
12 3 

13.8 
(17.6 
;i8.3 
253(21.1 
280(23.3 
192(16.0 
211 (19.2 

301 (27.4 
304 (27.6 
238(21.6 
284(23.7 

302 (27.5 
365(33.2 
479 (43.5 
326 (29.6 
251 (22.8 
239(21.7 
355(32.3 
290(26.4 
260(23.6 
284(25.8 



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 
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 
3-5-0 



Conf. 

Finish 

T-lst 

2nd 

T-lst 

4th 

T-3rd 

5th 

3rd 

3rd 

3rd 

3rd 

5th 

T-3rd 

T-5»h 

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 

T-6th 



Final AP 
Rank 
#1 



Coach 

Jim latum 
Jim latum 
Jim Tolum 
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 
Ron Vanderlinden 



#8 
#3 



#20 

#13 

#13 

#8 

#20 



#20 



Bowl Game 

Orange Bowl (Oklahoma, L, 7-0) 

Orange Bowl (Oklahoma, L, 20-6) 



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 536-485-43 (524) 

Total Games 1 064 

Home 288-167-17 (.628) 

AtByrd Stadium (since 1950) 156-99-1 (.611) 

Away 186-265-16(415) 

Neutral 62-53-10 (.536) 

Points Scored 1 7,636 

Points Against 16,522 

Bowl Games z. 6-9-2 (.412) 



All Conference Games 228-194-13 (.539) 

Total Conference Games 435 

South Atlantic Intercollegiate Athletic Assoc. Games 1-1-0 (.500) 

Southern Conference Games 65-55-9 (.523) 

Atlantic Coast Conference Games 163-139-4 (.539) 

Total Atlantic Coast Conference Games 306 



ACC Finishes 

First 8 

Second 6 

Third 11 

Fourth 3 



Fifth 6 

Sixth 5 

Seventh 4 

Eighth 5 



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COACHING HISTORY 



Coach 


Years 


W 


L 


T 


Pet. 


Will Skinner 


1892 


1 


3 





.250 


Samuel Harding 


1893 


6 








1.000 


J.G Bannon 


1894 


4 


3 





.571 


Grenville Lewis 


1896-97 


8 


6 


2 


.563 


Frank Kenly 


1898 


2 


5 


1 


.312 


S.M. Cooke 


1899 


1 


4 





.200 


F.H. Peters 


1900 


3 


4 


12 


.434 


Emmons Dunbar 


1901 


1 


7 





.125 


D. John Markey 


1902-04 


12 


13 


4 


.483 


Fred Neilsen 


1905-06 


11 


7 





.611 


Charles Melick 


1907 


3 


6 





.333 


Bill Lang 


1908 


4 


7 





.364 


Bill Lang & E. Larkin 


1909 


2 


4 





.333 


Royal Alston 


1910 


5 


3 


1 


.611 


Charley Donnelly 


1911 


4 


5 


1 


.450 


H.C. Byrd 


1911-34 


122 


86 


16 


.580 


Jack Faber* 


1935, 1940-41 


12 


13 


4 


.483 


Frank Dobson 


1936-39 


18 


21 





.462 


Clark Shaughnessy 


1942, 1946 


10 


8 





.556 


Clarence Spears 


1943-44 


5 


12 


1 


.306 


Paul "Bear" Bryant 


1945 


6 


2 


1 


.722 


Jim Tatum 


1947-55 


73 


15 


4 


.815 


Tommy Mont 


1956-58 


11 


18 


1 


.383 


Tom Nugent 


1959-65 


36 


34 





.514 


Lou Saban 


1966 


4 


6 





.400 


Bob Ward 


1967-68 


2 


17 





.015 


Roy Lester 


1969-71 


7 


25 





.291 


Jerry Claiborne 


1972-81 


77 


37 


3 


.671 


Bobby Ross 


1982-86 


39 


19 


1 


.669 


Joe Krivak 


1987-91 


20 


34 


2 


.375 


Mark Duffner 


1992-96 


20 


35 





.367 


Ron Vanderlinden 


1997-2000 


15 


29 





.341 


'-Faber served as co-head coach with Al H 


>agy and Al Woods in 1 940-4 1 



Conference Championships 



Year 

1937 
1951 
1953 
1955 
1974 
1975 
1976 
1983 
1984 
1985 



Confe 

Southern 
Southern 
Atlantic Coast 
Atlantic Coast 
Atlantic Coast 
Atlantic Coast 
Atlantic Coast 
Atlantic Coast 
Atlantic Coast 
Atlantic Coast 



Coach 

Frank Dobson 
Jim Tatum 
Jim Tatum 
Jim Tatum 
Jerry Claiborne 
Jerry Claiborne 
Jerry Claiborne 
Bobby Ross 
Bobby Ross 
Bobby Ross 




Jerry Claiborne lleftj collects the Terps' 1 974 ACC title trophy. 




Jack Faber 
(1935, 1940-41 



Frank Dobson 
(1936-39) 



Clark Shaughnessy 
(1942, 1946) 



Clarence Spears 
(1943-44) 




Bobby Ross 
(1982-86) 



Joe Krivak 
(1987-91) 



Mark Duffner 
(1992-96) 



Ron Vanderlinden 
(1997-2000) 



Best Winning Percentag es 



Most Wins in a Season 



Year Coach 



W L T Pet. 



Year Coach 



W L T Pet. 



1951 
1893 
1976 
1953 
1955 
1949 
1931 
1937 



Jim Tatum 
S.H. Harding 
Jerry Claiborne 
Jim Tatum 
Jim Tatum 
Jim Tatum 
H.C. Byrd 
Frank Dobson 



10 
6 
11 
10 
10 
9 



.000 
000 
917 
.909 
.909 
.900 
.850 
.800 



1976 
1951 
1953 
1955 
1949 
1975 
1978 
1984 
1985 



Jerry Claiborne 
Jim Tatum 
Jim Tatum 
Jim Tatum 
Jim Tatum 
Jerry Claiborne 
Jerry Claiborne 
Bobby Ross 
Bobby Ross 



11 
10 
10 
10 
9 
9 
9 
9 
9 



917 
1.000 
.909 
909 
.900 
792 
.750 
.750 
750 



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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 



Gome-bygome results loi every Morylond foot 
ball season since 1892 Maryland was known as Mary 
land Agricultural College from 1892 1915, and 01 Mary 
lond Stole College from 1916-19)9 Maryland's confer- 
ence affiliation} Atlantic Coast Conference since 1953, 
Southern Conference from 1921-51 (SC standings not 
available from 1921-32) and South Atlantic Intercollegiate 
Athletic Association tn 1920 

Home gomes were played at Byrd Field or 'Old* 
Byrd Stadium, across the street from the campus on Bald 
more Ave, from 1923-1947 ond agom m 1949 Home 
gomes in 1948 were ployed at Griffith Stadium m Washing- 
ton, DC Home games since 1950 have been played ot 
Byrd Stadium on campus 

Home, road and neutral records ore in parenthe- 
ies (H : A. N) Maryland ond opponent Associated Press 
rankings ore in brackets - AP polls began in 1936 From 
1961 - 1967, the Associated Press ranked only the nation's 
top 10 teams 

• - indicates conference games 

* - indicates homecoming games 

' - indicates gomes ployed on Thanksgiving Doy 



1896 



6-2-2 (5-2-2, 1-0) 

Hood Cooch; Grenville Lewis 

OI0 Easlorn High 

017 Golloudet 

021 Business High 
029 Ceolral High 
N4 Alexandria High 
N10 Bnlhel Military 

Episcopal High 
NI4 al Western Maryland 

Cenfral High 
N2I Old Maryland (Bollimorel 



I 06 

T 00 
W340 
W 10-6 
W 18-0 
W 20-10 

L 0-6 
W 166 
W 14-0 

T 00 



1SSL 



1892 



0-3-0 (0-1, 0-1, 0-1 1 

Hood Cooch: Will Skinner 

015 ot St John's lAnnopolis) 10-50 

N5 Johns Hopkins I 062 

NI9 Episcopol High .... I 0-16 

ihonPark Md 



240 (2-2, 0-2] 

Head Cooch: Grenville Lewis 
016 Central High 
O20 Eastern High 
O30 Johns Hopkins 
N13 at St John's (Annopolisl 
N17 Gallaudet 
N20 ot Baltimore Medical 
at Baltimore. Md (Electric Pork} 



W 24-6 
W4-0 
L 6-30 
I 4-6 
I 616 
I 0-10 



189JL 



1893 



P.C. CA^iP^g- 



600(50,1-01 

Head Coach: Samuel Harding 

012 EosternHigh W 360 

021 Central High W 10-0 

026 Baltimore City College ... W 18-0 

Nl St John s (Annopolisl ... . W 60 

Nil ot Western Morylond W 18-10 

N17 Orient Athletic Club W 16-6 



1894 



2-5-1 (1-2,1-3-1) 

Head Coach: Frank Kenly 

013 Columbian U I 5-17 

015 ot Western Maryland 1032 

Eoslern High W 360 

022 Gallaudet I 033 

026 ot Rock Hill . T 12-12 

029 at Johns Hopkins I 016 

N2 ot Episcopal High I 037 

N5 al Rock Hill W 27-0 



1M9_ 



4-10 (JO, 10) 

Heod Coach: J G Bannon 

OIO Orient Athletic Club W 3O0 

012 Western Maryland W 520 

O20 at Washington College W 120 

027 at St. John's (Annopolis) I 622 

N7 Georgetown W 64 

N21 al Colonial Athletic Club I 026 

N29 ot Mount St Marys' I 024 



l-d-0 (1-1,0-3) 

Head Coach: S M Cooke 

014 Western Maryland L 021 

025 Eastern High W 260 

028 al Johns Hopkins I O40 

N8 al Delaware I 034 

N10 ot St. John's (Annopolisl I 062 



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1895_ 



34-1 (24-1, 10) 
Heod Coach: FH Peters 

012 Western High T 00 

020 Gibroltor Athletic Club I 0-17 

024 Georgetown Prep L 05 

030 Episcopol High I 634 

N12 Georgetown Prep W 150 

N13 GonzogaHigh t 5-11 

N24 GonzogaHigh W 21-0 

N29 at Charlotte Hall Acodemy W 210 




In just its second year of organized football, 1 893, Maryland finished with a perfect 6-0 
mark and was crowned D.C. champion. 



1901 



1-7011-4, 0-2, 01) 
Heod Cooch: Emmons Dunbar 
05 at Delaware 
016 Gallaudet.... 
019 Johns Hopkins 
030 Central High 
N9 Rock Hill 
N13 US Monnes 
N16 alWolbrook Athletic Club 
N23 Western Maryland 
ot Amencon Legion Pork 



I 624 

I 1011 
I 06 
I 0-11 
I 611 
W270 
L 036 
I 030 



1902 



3-5-2 (2-2-1, 0-2-1, 1-1) 
Head Coach: D John Markey 
015 Georgetown 
018 Mount St Joesph 's 
022 Columbian (GW) 

025 Olympio Athletic Club 

Nl at Washington College 
N8 ot Mount Si Marys 

N15 ot Western Maryland 

N19 Old Maryland (Baltimore) . 
N22 Johns Hopkins 
N29 Delowore 

ot Washington, D C 
' at American Legion Park 

1903 



l 0-27 
W50 
W 11-10 
W60 

1 00 

I 0-5 

L 626 

I 0-5 

L 0-17 

T 00 



740(4-1, 1-3,20) 

Head Coach: D John Morkey 

S28 Georgetown 

02 Clifton Athletic Club 

07 Gunton Temple 

Oil Washington College 

017 at St John's (Annopolis) . 

028 Tech High 

031 ot Columbian 

N7 at Mount St Mary's 

N14 Western Maryland 

N21 Old Maryland (Baltimore] 

N27 ot Delaware 

at Washington. DC 
' ot Wilmington. Del 



. I 028 
W50 
W210 
W280 

I 018 
W270 
W60 
. I 02 
W60 
W 11-0 

I 016 



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2-4-2(00-1,2-4-1) 

Head Coach: D John Morkey 
S24 at Georgetown 
01 Randolph Mocon 
08 at Fort Monroe 

015 at Mount St Marys 

022 at Western Moryland 

N5 at Old Moryland (Boltimcxe) 

N19 at Golloudet 

N26 at Delaware 

at Wilmington, Del. 

1905 



. I 022 

. T 0-0 
. T 0-0 
W 11-6 
I 0-5 
. L 06 
W22-5 
. I 018 



640(5-1,1-31 

Head Coach: Fred Neilsen 

07 Baltimore Poly Institute 

014 Gallaudet 

021 Western Moryland 

025 otNovy 

028 Mount St Joseph s 

N4 at William & Mary 

Nil St John's (Annapolis) 

N 1 8 at Washington College 

N25 Old Morylond (Baltimore) . 
N30 ot Delaware 



W20O 
W 160 

I OIO 
. L 017 
W280 
W 17-0 
W27-5 

I 017 
W2J5 

I 012 



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5-30(30.2-2,0!) 

Heod Coach: Fred Neilsen 

S29 Tech High W 50 

06 Baltimore City College W 220 

OIO a! Navy I 012 

013 Georgetown L 028 

020 ot Mount Washington I 029 

N10 ot St. John's (Annopolis) W 204 
N17 at Rod - W 160 

N24 Washington College .-_._.-. W 350 
ot Washington. DC (Griffith Stod-vmj 




Curley Byrd finished his playing career in 
1 907 and became heod coach in 1911. 

1902 

3-60(1-2,14.101 
Head Coach: Charles Melick 

528 Tech High W 130 

Georgetown L OIO 

05 al Richmond I 5-11 

09 otNovy . I 012 
012 ot Mount St. Mary's 1612 

026 George Washington W 100 

N9 at Washington College W 105 

NI6 St John's (Annopolis) I 016 

N23 at Golloudet I 05 

of Woshmgton. D C (Griffith Stodiuml 

1908 

3-8-0 (34, 04) 

Head Cooch: Bill Long 

S26 Tech High L 54 

S30 Central High W SO 

03 ot Richmond L 022 

010 ot Johns Hopkins I OIO 

014 Novy I 0-57 

017 Gallaudet W 50 

024 at George Washington L 057 

031 al Fredricbburg (Vo| t OIO 

N7 Baltimore Poly H 120 

N14 St. John's (Annopolis) L 031 

N21 Washington College I Oil 

1509 

2-50(1-1,1-3,01) 

Heod Coach: Bill Lang and Dr Edward Lodrjn 

525 Tech High I Oil 
02 at Richmond I 012 
09 ot Johns Hopkins L 09 
016 Rock H,i W50 

023 George Washington L 026 

030 alNC State I 033 

N6 at Gallaudet W 14-12 

ot Woshington, D C (Griffith Sic- 

lilO 

4-3-1 (20, 1-3-1, 10) 
Heod Cooch: Roya - 

526 Central High W 12-0 
01 ot Richmond W 200 
08 otjohns Hopkin; T 11-11 

015 Catholic U W2I0 
019 George Wostimo'cr WHO 
NI2 at'. L 08 

N19 at St John s (Annapolis) I 06 

N24 at Western Maryland I 3-17 

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1311 

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 I 0-14 

021 Johns Hopkins t 3-6 

028 Catholic U T 6-6 

N4 Si John's (Annapolis) L 0-27 

Nil at Washington College L 5-17 

N18 Western Maryland WM 

N25 Galloudel W 6-2 

mi 

6-1-1 (400,2-1-1) 

Head Coach: H.C "Curley" Byrd 

S28 Tech High W 31-6 

05 Richmond W 460 

013 at Johns Hopkins W 13-0 

019 Old Maryland (Baltimore) ... W 58-0 

026 at St. John's (Annapolis) L 0-27 

N9 Gallaudel W 13-7 

N23 at Western Maryland W 17-7 

N30 at Pennsylvania Military T 13-13 

mi 

6-3-0(42,2-1) 

Head Coach: H.C "Curley" Byrd 

S27 Baltimore City College W 27-10 

04 Richmond W 45-0 

Oil ol Johns Hopkins W 26-0 

018 Western Maryland W 46-0 

025 at Navy I 0-76 

N8 at St. John's (Annapolis) W 13-0 

N14 Washington College W 20-0 

N22 Gallaudel I 026 

N27 Pennsylvania Military L 7-27 

1314 

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 ol St. John's (Annapolis) W 10-0 

N6 Washington College W 3-0 

N13 atGallaudet L 0-23 

N25 at Pennsylvania Military W 260 

1315 

6-3-0 (60, 0-3) 

Head Coach: H C "Curley" Byrd 

S25 Baltimore Poly W31-0 

02 at Haverford L 0-7 

09 at Catholic U I 0-16 

016 Gallaudel. W 10-3 

023 Pennsylvania Military W 14-13 

O30 St. John's (Annopolisl W 27-14 

N6 Washington College W 28-13 

N13 Western Marylond W 51-0 

N25 ol Johns Hopkins' 103 13,000 

131$ 

62-0(41,2-1) 

Head Coach: H C "Curley" Byrd 

06 Dickinson W 6-0 

Oil alNovy I 714 

018 Virginia Military W 15-9 

025 Hoverlord I 67 

N9 St John's (Annopolis) W 31-6 

NI6 Catholic U ....... W 13-9 

N23 ol New York U . W 107 

N30 at Johns Hopkins' W 54-0 7,000 

1311 

4-3-1 (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 WokeForesI W 29-13 
N3 NCSlote 1 L 610 
NIO St. John's (Annapolis) W 13-3 
N17 otPenn Stale I 0-57 
N30 ol Johns Hopkins ' W 70 

ot Washington, DC (Control H S Stodium} 



isib 

41-1 (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 Morylond ' W 19-0 

N16 New York U W 62 

N23 St John's (Annapolis) ' W 19-14 

N28 at Johns Hopkins ' T 0-0 

' ot Baltimore, Md. (Homewood Field} 

1313 

5-40 (2-2, 3-2| 

Head Coach: H C. "Curley" Byrd 

04 Swarthmore I 610 

Oil ot Virginia W 13-0 

018 ot West Virginia I 0-27 

025 Virginia Tech I 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 Marylond W 20-0 

N27 at Johns Hopkins' W 14-0 15,000 

132Q 

7-2-0 (30, 42) 

SAIAA 1-1-0 

Head Coach: H.C "Curley" Byrd 

S25 Randolph Macon W 54-0 

02 at Rutgers I 0-6 

09 • at Princeton t 0-35 

016 Washington College W 27-0 

023 • at Virginia Tech W 7-0 

O30 at North Carolina W 13-0 

N6 at Cotholic U W 140 

N13 atSyracuse W 10-7 3,500 

N25 Johns Hopkins ' W 247 

1321 

3-5-1 (01,2-3,1-1-1) 
SC: 1-2-0 

Head Coach: H C "Curley" Byrd 

01 at Rutgers W 3-0 

08 atSyracuse 10-42 9,000 

015 St John's (Annapolis) L 3-7 

022 • Virginia Tech ' W 10-7 

029 • North Carolina ! L 7-16 

N5 atYole L 028 

N12 alCatholicU W 160 

N19 at Carnegie Tech L 0-21 

N24 • NC Stole" T 6-6 

ol Washington, D.C. 
' ol Bait/more, Md (Memorial Stodium} 

1322 

45-1 (00-1,3-5,1-0) 

SC: 1-2-1 

Head Coach: H.C. "Curley" Byrd 

S30 Third Army Corps ' W 7-0 

07 • Richmond T 00 

014 al Pennsylvania L 0-12 

021 al Princeton I 026 

028 • ot North Carolino I 3-27 

N4 • al Virginia Tech I 0-21 

Nil atYole I 3-45 

N18 ot Johns Hopkins W 3-0 

N25 al Catholic U W 54-0 

N30 • at NCSlote' W 7-6 

at Baltimore, Md (Homewood Field} 

1323 

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 al Pennsylvania W 3-0 

013 -Richmond W 23-0 

O20 • Virginia Tech ' I 9-16 

027 • North Carolina W 14-0 

N3 St John's (Annapolis) W 280 

NIO alYale ......... I 1416 20.000 

N17 ■ atNCSlole W26I2 

N24 Cotholic U" W406 3,000 

N29 Johns Hopkins ' T 66 

1 ol Washington, D C (GnHilb Stadium} 
' al Baltimore, Md. (Memorial Stadium} 



1324 

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 ' I 012 

025 ■ al Norlh Carolina W 60 

Nl al Catholic U T 00 

N8 alYale I 0-47 

N15 • NCSlote T 00 

N27 Johns Hopkins " T 00 

al Washington D.C. (Central H.S. Stodium} 
' al Bollimore, Md. (Memoriol StodiumI 

1325 

2-5-1 (1-1,02,1-2-1) 

SC: 040 

Head Coach: H C. "Curley" Byrd 

S26 Washington College W 13-0 

010 Rutgers' W 160 

017 • Virginia Tech ! L 03 

024 • al Virginia L 06 

031 • Norlh Corolina ' I 0-16 

N7 alYale L 14-43 

N14 ■ Washington & Lee L 3-7 

N26 Johns Hopkins " T 7-7 

' at Philadelphia, Pa. 

' ol Washington, D.C. (Griffith Stadium} 

! at Baltimore, Md (Memorial Stadium} 

1326 

54-1 (30-1,1-3,1-1) 

SC: 1-3-1 

Head Coach: H C "Curley" Byrd 

S25 Washington College W 63-0 

02 • at South Corolina I 012 

09 at Chicago L 021 

016 • Virginia Tech ' I 8-24 

023 • Norlh Corolina W 14-6 

O30 Gallaudel W 38-7 

N6 atYole W 15-0 

N13 • Virginia T 66 

N20 • ot Woshinglon & Lee L 03 

N25 JohnsHopkins" W 17-14 

' alNorfolk, Va. 

' at Baltimore, Md. (Memoriol StodiumI 

1322 

47-0(2-1,14,1-21 

SC: 2-3-0 

Head Coach: H.C. "Curley" Byrd 

S24 Washington College W 80-0 

01 South Corolina W 260 

08 • al North Corolina L 6-7 

015 • Virginia Tech ' W 13-7 

022 • al Virginia Military W 10-6 

029 • Washington & lee I 613 

N5 al Yale I 630 

N12 • ol Virginia L 021 

N19 alVanderbill I 2039 

N24 JohnsHopkins" I 13-14 

D3 Florida' I 6-7 

' al Norfolk, Va. 

' ol Bollimore, Md (Memorial Stadium} 

' ot Jacksonville, Flo. (Municipal StodiumI 

1328 

63-1 (3-1, 111, 2-1) 

SC: 2-2-1 

Head Coach: H C "Curley" Byrd 

S29 Woshinglon College W31-0 

06 • North Corolina I 19-26 

013 al South Corolina L 7-21 

O20 Western Maryland W 13-6 

027 • al Virginia Military T 0-0 

N3 • Virginia Tech ' L 69 

NIO alYole W 60 

N17 •Virginia" W 18-2 

N24 • Washington & Lee : W 60 

N29 Johns Hopkins " W 266 

al Norfolk, Va. 
1 at Woshinglon, DC (Griffith Stadium} 
' ot Baltimore, Md (Memorial Stodium} 



1323 

442(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 • Norlh Carolina L 043 

012 South Corolina I 626 

019 atGallaudet W 13-6 

026 • al Virginia Military L 6-7 

N2 • Virginia * T 13-13 

N9 alYale T 13-13 

N 16 • Virginia Tech ' W 24-0 

N28 JohnsHopkins" W 39-6 

D7 Western Maryland ' 1012 12,000 

' at Norfolk, Vo 
al Baltimore, Md (Memorial Stadium} 

1333 

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 alYale I 1340 

Oil • al North Corolina I 21-28 

018 St. John's (Annopolis) W 21-13 

025 • ot Virginia Military W 2O0 

Nl • ot Virginia W 14-6 

N8 • Washington & lee K W 41-7 20,000 

N15 • Virginia Tech ' W 13-7 

N22 at Navy 10-6 25,000 

N27 Johns Hopkins " W 21-0 

N29 alVanderbill L 7-22 

D6 Western Maryland ' I 0-7 

' ot Norfolk, Va. 

' al Bollimore, Md. (Memorial Stadium} 

1331 

8-1-1 13-01,2-1,3-0) 

SO4O0 

Head Coach: H C "Curley" Byrd 

S26 Washington College W 13-0 

03 • Virginia W 7-6 

O10 Navy' W60 16,000 

017 Kentucky T 66 

024 • at Virginia Military W 41-20 

031 • at Virginia Tech W 200 5,000 

N7 alVanderbill L 12-39 

N21 • Washington ilee "'• W 13-7 

N26 JohnsHopkins" W 35-14 

D5 Western Maryland ' W 41-6 

' at Woshinglon, D.C. (Griffith Stadium} 
' at Baltimore, Md (Memorial Stadium} 

1332 

5-60(2-1,2-2,1-3) 
SC: 1-3-0 

Head Coach: H C "Curley" Byrd 

S24 Washington College W 63-0 

01 "ol Virginia I 67 

08 • Virginia Tech L 023 

015 • alDuke I 034 

022 Si. John's (Annapolis) W 24-7 

029 ot Virginia Military W 12-7 

N5 Vonderbilf I 013 

N12 Navy' I 7-28 

N19 • at Washington & lee W 60 

N24 JohnsHopkins" W 230 

D3 Western Maryland ' I 7-39 

ol Woshinglon, DC (Griffith Stadium} 
' ol Bollimore, Md (Memorial Stadium} 

1333 

3-70|2-l,l-3,O3| 

SC: 140,9th 

Head Cooch: H C "Curley" Byrd 

S30 St. John's (Annapolis) W 20O 

07 • Virginia Tech ' I 014 

014 olTulane I 0-20 

021 • ol Virginia Military I 13-19 

028 Western Marylond L 7-13 

N4 • ol Virginia I 06 

Nil • Duke I 7-38 

N18 al Johns Hopkins W 27-7 

N25 • Washington & lee " W 33-13 

D2 Florida' I 0-19 

ol Norfolk. Va 

at Baltimore Md (Memorial Stadium} 

ot Tompo. Flo 



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1934 



7-3-0 (30, 0-3, 4-0| 

$0 3 10. T 3rd 

Htod Coach: H C 'Cofley' Byrd 



529 

06 

013 

020 

027 

N3 

NIO 

NI7 

N24 

N29 

' ol Norfolk. Va 

' ol Boltimote. Md (Memonol Stodiumj 



Si John'i (Annapolis) W 13-0 

• at Woshinglon & lee L 0-7 

otNovy I 1316 

• Virginia lech W 14-9 
Florida W 21-0 

• Virginia " W 20-0 

• Virginia Military W 23-0 
at Indiana I 14-17 
Georgetown W 6-0 
Johns Hopkins ' W 190 



4,500 



7,000 



1935 



7-2-2 11-0-1,3-0.3- 

SO 3-1-1. 3rd 

Head Coach: Jack 

528 

05 

012 

019 

026 

N2 

N9 

NI6 

N23 

N28 

D4 

ol Baltimore, Md 
' ot Washington, D 

I93t 



Ml 

Faber 

St John'i (Annapolis) 

• Virginia Tech 

• North Carolina ' 

• at Virginia Military 
ol Florida 

• at Virginia 
Indiana 

• Washington & Lee " 
Georgetown 
Syracuse ' 
Wesrern Maryland 
IMemoriol Stadium) 
C (Griffith Stadium) 



W 39-6 
W 70 
.. I 0-33 
. W 6-0 
. W 20-6 
. W 14 7 
7-13 
0-0 
12-6 
0-0 



1 
T 

W 
I 



14.000 



8,000 



5,000 



. W 22-7 



6-5-0(1-2. 2-2.3-1) 

SC: 3-20, T-5lh 

Head Cooch: Frank Oobson 



S26 

03 
OIO 
017 
024 

031 

N7 

N14 

N21 

N26 

05 

otRoonoke. Vo. 
■ ol New York, N Y (Polo Grounds! 

ol Baltimore. Md (Memonol Stadium! 



Si John's (Annapolis} 

• Virginio Tech 

• at North Carolina 

• at Virginia 
Syracuse ' 
ot Florida 
ot Richmond 

• Virginia Military"" 
Georgetown 

• Washington & Lee ' 
Western Maryland 



W 20-0 

W 60 

L 0-14 

. W 21-0 

W 20-0 

I 6-7 

W 12-0 

L 7-13 

L 6-7 

W 19-6 

L 0-12 



12,000 
13,000 
7,000 



1937 Sr,A/7ieVT? Cen^r. C/nm^e^g, 



8-2-0 (3-0, 2-2. 3-01 
SC: 2-0-0 Champions 
Head Cooch: Frank Dobson 

S25 St John's (Annopolis] W 28-0 

02 at Pennsylvania L 21-28 

09 Western Maryland W 64) 

016 at Virginio , W 3-0 

023 [-] (17) Syracuse W 13-0 

O30 Flondo" W 13-7 

N6 • ol Virginia Military W 9-7 

NI3 atPennSlole L 14-21 

N20 Georgetown W 12-2 

N25 • Washington 4 Lee W 8-0 

at Boltimore. Md (Memorial Stadium! 
' atWashington, DC (Gnmtti Stadium! 



7.000 



8,000 



22,000 
9,600 



1538 



2-70 (CM, 03, 2-0) 

SC 1-2-0. 12th 

Head Coach: Frank Dobson 



S24 

Ol 

08 

015 

022 

029 

N12 

N19 

N24 



• Richmond 
a' Penn State 
ot Syracuse 
Western Maryland 

Virginio 



I 6-19 

I 0-33 

L 0-53 

W 14^ 

L 1927 

L 14-47 



• Virginio Military , 
at Flondo L 7-21 
Georgetown L 7-14 

• Washington & lee - .. W 19-13 

af Baltimore. Md. {Memorial Stodiumj 



6,000 
4.000 
10,000 

1,000 



1535 

2-7-0(1-2,0-3, l-2| 

SCO 10. 14th 

Head Coach: Frank Dobson 

S30 Hompden-Sydney W 260 

07 Western Maryland W 120 

014 ol Virginia I 7-12 

021 alRulgors I 12-25 

028 Florida" I 0-14 

N4 alPennSlole I 0-12 

Nil Georgetown' L 0-20 

NI8 • Virginia Military L 013 

N30 Syracuse L 710 

at Baltimore, Md (Memorial Stadium! 
' at Washington, DC (Griffith Stadium! 
' at Norfolk, Va 

11411 

2-6-1 (0-3-1, 0-3, 20) 

SC: 0-1-1 12th 

Head Coach: Jack Faber 

S28 HampdenSydney I 6-7 

05 at Pennsylvania I 0-51 

012 Virginia L 6-19 

019 at Florida L 0-19 

025 Western Maryland ' ............... W 60 

N9 [-] [9] Georgetown I 0-41 

NI6 • al Virginia Military L 0-20 

N2I Rulgers W 14-7 

N30 • Woshinglon & Lee T 7-7 

ot Boltimore, Md. (Memorial Stadium! 

1341 

3-5-1(2-1,0-2, )-21| 
SC: 1-2-0 12lh 
Heod Cooch: Jock Faber 

S27 Hompden-Sydney W 180 

04 Western Morylond T 6-6 

Oil [-] [4[ -Duke L 0-50 

018 Florida W 13-12 

025 I-] [12] at Pennsylvania L 6-55 

Nl al Rutgers 1 0-20 

N8 Georgetown' L 0-26 

N15 • Virginia Military I 0-27 

N20 • Washington & Lee " W 60 

or Baltimore. Md (Memorial Stadium! 

ol Woshinglon, DC (Gnfhth Stadium! 

1342 

7-2-0 (3-0, 1-2, 30) 

SC 1-2-0. 13th 

Head Coach: Clark Shaughnessy 

S27 Connecticut W 340 

03 Lakehursl Naval Air Station W 140 

OIO Rutgers W 2713 

017 • at Virginia Military I 0-29 

024 Western Morylond ' W 510 

031 Florida W 130 

N7 • alDuke I 0-42 

N14 at Virginia W 27-12 

N21 • Woshinglon & Lee W 32-28 

at Baltimore, Md. (Memorial Stadium} 
* ot Woshinglon, DC (Griffith Stadium] 



7,000 



15,000 



5,000 



5,000 

52,000 

9,000 



7,500 
40,000 



6,000 
4,000 



10,000 



7.500 



1543 

4-SOI2-2, 1-3, 10) 
SC: 2O0, 2nd 

Head Cooch: Clarence Speari 

S25 Curtis Boy Cooil Guard I 713 

02 -Woke Forest W 13-7 

09 Richmond Army Air Bose W 194 

016 al West Virginia L 2-6 

023 tain Stall L 045 

O30 ol Greenville Air Bom W 43 18 

N6 ol Virginia I 0-39 

NI3 ol Boinbndge Novol L 0-46 

N25 • WnjInlaN I W 21-14 
ot Roanoke. Va. 

1544 

1-7-1 (0-3-1.03, 1-1) 

SC: I 1.6th 

Head Coach: Clarence Spears 

S29 Hompden-Sydney L 012 

07 • olWokeForesI I 039 

014 West Virginia . T M 

021 Michigan Stole L OB 

N4 Virginia" L 7-18 

Nil ol Michigan Stole I 033 

N18 Penn Slate I 19-34 

N25 ol Florida L 614 

N30 • Virginia Military W 8-6 

at Washington. D C (Griffith Stadmm] 
' ol Roanoke, Va 

1545 

6-2-1 (3-1,2-1-1, 10) 

SC 3-20, T5lh 

Head Cooch: Paul "Bear" Bryonl 

S28 Guillord W 606 

06 • al Richmond W 210 

012 U S Merchant Marine W22-6 

O20 • ol Virginio Tech I 13-21 

027 olWesI Virginia T 13-13 

N3 • Will.om S Mary ... I 14-33 

NIO • Virginio Military W 380 

N24 [-] [13] Virginia W 1913 

Dl • al South Corolina W 19-13 
at Washington, D C (Griffith Stadium} 

1546 

3-60(2-2,04,101 

SC: 2-5-0, 12th 

Heod Coach: Clark Shaughnessy 

S28 Bainbridge Noval . . .. W 540 

04 • Richmond 

012 •olNorthCorol.no 

018 • Virginia Tech W 60 

N2 • at William & Mary L 7-41 

N9 • South Carolina ..,. L 17-21 

N16 • Washington & Lee W24-7 

N23 ot Michigan Slate L 14-26 

N30 • ol NC Slate I 728 
ot Boltimore, Md (Memorial Stadium! 



2,000 



4,000 



ft 

i 



1,500 



7,000 



12,000 



7,000 




12,500 




Charlie Weidinger completed this 



' to lift the Terps too I 9j 



imecomirtg win over Florida. 



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194Z 

7-2-2 (3-0-1, 4-1, 0-1-1) 
SO 3-2-1, T-6th 

Head Coach: Jim Tatum 

S27 • at South Carolina W 19-13 

03 Delaware W 43-19 16,460 

O10 • Richmond W 18-6 

018 |-I [17] • otDuke L 7-19 

025 • at Virginia Tech W 21-19 12,500 

Nl West Virginia " c W 27-0 16,500 

N8 alDuquesne W 32-0 

N15 [-) [19] • North Carolina ' I 0-19 22,000 

N22 alVanderbilt W 206 

N29 • NC State T 0-0 14,000 

Gator Bowl 

Jl Georgia' T 20-20 16,666 

at Washington, DC. (Griffith Stadium} 
' at Jacksonville, Flo. {Gator Bowl} 

1948 

6-4-0 (2-2, 4-2) 

SC: 4-2-0, 6th 

Head Coach: Jim Tatum 

S25 -at Richmond W 19-0 12,000 

02 at Delaware W21-0 12,000 

09 • Virginia Tech W 28-0 

016 [-] [18] •Duke* L 12-13 22,000 

023 ■ George Washington W 47-0 

029 at Miami W 27-13 35,000 

N6 • at South Carolina W 19-7 

N13 [-] [6] • North Carolina L 20-49 34,588 

N20 atVanderbill L 0-34 

N27 at West Virginia L 14-16 18,000 

home games ot Griffith Stadium in Washington, DC. 

1949 

9-1-0(4-0,4-1, 1-0) 

SC: 4-0-0, 2nd 

Head Coach: Jim Tatum 

S24 • al Virginia Tech W34-7 12,000 

S30 Georgetown W 33-7 18,227 

08 [-1[13] al Michigan State L 7-14 35,000 

022 -olNC Stale W14-6 15,000 

029 • South Carolina K W 447 17,762 

N5 • George Washington W 40-14 

N12 [-] [15] at Boston University W 14-13 

N24 [15] [-] West Virginia ' W 47-7 16,117 

D2 [14] [-] atMiami W 13-0 35,000 

Gator Bowl 

J2 [14] [20] Missouri' W20-7 18,409 

Final AP Poll #14 

' ot Jacksonville, Flo. (Gator Bowl) 

1350 

7-2-1 (3-1,3-1-1, 1-0) 
SC: 4-1-1, 5lh 
Head Coach; Jim Tatum 
Preseason AP Poll #15 

S23 [15] [-] atGeorgia I 7-27 35,000 

S30 [15] [-] Navy W 35-21 43,836 

07 [-] [2] al Michigan Stale W34-7 39,376 

014 [8] [-] Georgetown 1 W 25-14 8,869 

021 [8] [-] -NC State t 13-16 24,502 

028 -at Duke W 26-14 22,577 

N4 [16] [-] • George Woshinglon W23-7 18,272 

Nil [18] [-] • at North Carolina T 7-7 32,000 

N18 • at West Virginio W 41-0 16,000 

D2 • Virginia Tech W63-7 11,773 

al Washington, D C (Griffith Stadium} 

1951 Sr?wyievT? Gp-fr£-. C/nnytcT^ 

10O0{5-0,3-0, 2-0] 

SC: 5-0-0, Co-Champions 

Head Coach: Jim Tatum 

Preseason AP Poll #16 

S29 [16] [-] • at Woshinglon & Lee W 54-14 9,000 

06 [9] [-] • George Woshinglon W33-6 25,732 

013 [10] [-] atGeorgia W 43-7 32,000 

020 [7] [-] • Norlh Carolina W 14-7 31,237 

027 [5] [-] ot Louisiana Slate W 27-0 35,000 

N3 [4] [-] Missouri" W 35-0 23,612 

N10 [3] [-] Navy W 40-21 38,000 

N17 [5] [-] -NCSlale W 53-0 17,140 

N24 [4] [-] • Wesl Virginia W 547 14,385 

Sugar Bowl 

J2 [3] [1] Tennessee' W 28-13 82,271 

Final AP Poll #3 

al Baltimore. Md (Memorial Stadium} 
' at New Orleans, la (Tulane-Sugor Bowl Stadium} 



1952. 



7-2-0 (3-0, 4-2| 

Head Coach: Jim Tatum 

Preseason AP Poll #2 

S20 [2] [-] at Missouri 

S27 [2] [-] ot Auburn 

04 [3] [-] Clemson 

Oil [4] [19] atGeorgia 

018 [2] [20] Navy 

025 [2] [-] Louisiana Stole " 

Nl [2] [-] at Boston U 

N15 [3] [11] at Mississippi ... 
N22 [8] [14] al Alabama 



w 


13-10 


18,000 


w 


13-7 


27,000 


w 


28-0 


32,000 


w 


37-0 


34,000 


w 


38-7 


44,746 


w 


34-6 


30,000 


w 


34-7 


32,568 


1 


14-21 


32,500 


1 


7-27 


33,178 



Final AP Poll #13 



1953_ 



101-0(5-0,40, 1-1) 
ACC: 3-0-0, Co-Champions 
Head Coach: Jim Tatum 
Preseason AP Poll #9 



tM&H&L ChsM^imi 



[9] 

[9] 

[3] 

[4] 

[3] 

[3] 

[2] 

[2] 

[2] ( 

[2] [ 
Orange Bowl 
Jl [1] [4] 

Final AP Poll #1 

' at Washington, D C (Griffith Stadium} 
' al Miami, Fla (Orange Bowl} 



S19 

526 

03 

O10 

017 

023 

O30 

N7 

N14 

N21 



al Missouri 

Washington & lee 

• al Clemson 

Georgia 

• al North Carolino 

at Miami 

■ South Corolina " ... 
George Washington 
Mississippi 
Alabama 



W 20-6 

W 52-0 

. W 20-0 

W 40-13 

W 26-0 

. W 3O0 

W 24-6 

W 27-6 

W 38-0 

. W 21-0 



Oklahoma' L 0-7 



21,000 
35,000 
25,000 
27,000 
35,000 
42,157 
22,000 
8,000 
35,000 
36,000 

68,640 



1954. 



7-2-1 (50,2-2-1) 

ACC: 4-0-1, 2nd 
Head Coach: Jim Tatum 
Preseason AP Poll #3 



S18 

01 

09 

016 

022 

O30 

N6 

N13 

N20 

N25 



[3] 

M 
[13] 



[17] 
[13] 
[10] 



ot Kentucky W 

al UCLA L 

• at Wake Forest T 

• North Carolino W 

ol Miomi L 

• at South Carolino W 

• NC State* W 

• Clemson W 

George Washington W 

Missouri W 



20-0 


36,000 


7-12 


73,376 


13-13 


12,000 


33-0 


26,000 


7-9 


52,506 


20O 


24,000 


42-14 




160 


21,000 


48-6 




74-13 


20,000 



Final AP Poll #8 



1955_ 



Ace ch^imi 



1010(50,50,01] 
ACC: 400, Co-Chompions 
Head Coach: Jim Tatum 
Preseason AP Poll #8 



S17 

S24 

Ol 

08 

015 

022 

029 

N5 

N12 

N19 



[8] [-] 
[5] [1] 
[1] [20] 
[1] [-] 
[-] 



at Missouri 

UCLA 

al Baylor 

• Wake Forest 

• at North Carolina .. 
at Syracuse 

• South Carolina 
Louisiana State 

• at Clemson 

George Washington 



[2] 

[2] 

[1] [-] 

[1] [-] 

[2] [-] 

[2] [-1 
Orange Bowl 

J2 [3] [1] Oklahoma' L 6-20 

Final AP Poll #3 
al Miami, Fla (Orange Bowl} 



W 13-12 

W 7-0 

W 20-6 

W 28-7 

W 25-7 

W 34-13 

W 27-0 

W 13-0 

W 25-12 

W 190 



18,000 
46,000 
39,000 
16,000 
30,000 
32,500 
25,000 
28,000 
30,000 
20,000 

76,561 



195fi_ 



2-7-1 (03-1,24) 
ACC: 2-2-1, 4th 
Head Coach: Tommy Mont 
Preseason AP Poll #6 



S22 

S29 

06 

012 

O20 

027 

N3 

N10 

N17 

N22 



[6] [-] 



Syracuse L 12-26 

• al Wake Forest W 60 



I I 



[16] 
111] 

[4] 
[11] 



Baylor 

at Miami 

• al North Carolina 

at Tennessee 

Kenlucky " 

• Clemson 

• al Soulh Carolina 



0-14 
6-13 
634 
7-34 
0-14 
6-6 
0-13 
' 01 NC Slate' „ W 2514 



13,000 
25,000 
44,304 
21,000 
33,500 
20,000 
18O00 

4,500 




25,000 
24.000 
25,000 
16000 
43,000 
26,000 
18,000 
28,000 
42,701 
10,500 



The game program from Oct. 1 9, 1 957, when Queen 
Elizabeth came to Byrd Stadium. 



1952 

5-50 (3-2, 2-3] 

ACC: 4-30, T-3rd 

Head Coach: Tommy Mont 

S21 [-] [2] atTexasA&M L 13-21 

S28 -NC Stole L 13-48 

05 [-] [4] -at Duke L 0-14 

■012 •WakeForesI W 27-0 

019 [-] [14] • North Carolino W21-7 

026 Tennessee L 016 

N2 • al South Carolina W 106 

N9 -at Clemson I 7-26 

N15 atMiami W 16-6 

N23 •Virginia W 12-0 

1958 

440 (1-2, 3-3, 0-1 1 

ACC: 3-3-0, 5th 

Head Coach: Tommy Mont 

S20 • al Wake Foresl L 034 

S27 • alNC Stole W 21-6 

04 [-] [10] • Clemson L 0-8 

Oil TexasA&M L 10-14 

018 • al North Carolina L 0-27 

025 [-] [5] atAuburn L 7-20 

Nl • Soulh Carolina W 106 

N8 Navy' L 14-40 

N14 atMiami W 26-14 

N22 -at Virginio W 44-6 

al Baltimore, Md. (Memorial Stadium} 

1959 

5-50(4-1,1-3,01) 

ACC: 4-2-0, 3rd 

Head Coach: Tom Nugenl 

S19 WestVirginia W 27-7 

S26 [-] [15] ot Texas L 0-26 

03 [-] [20] al Syracuse L 0-29 

O10 • Wake Forest L 7-10 

017 • North Corolina W 14-7 

031 • ol Soulh Corolina L 6-22 

N7 Navy ' L 14-22 

N14 [-) [II] • atClemson W 28-25 

N21 • Virginia" W 55-12 

05 • NC Stale W 33-28 
ol Baltimore, Md. (Memorial Stadium} 

I960 

6-40 [2-2, 4-2) 
ACC: 5-20. 3rd 
Head Coach: Tom Nugent 

S17 at Wesl Virginio W 31-8 

S24 [-[ [15] Texas L 034 

Ol -Duke L 7-20 

08 • alNC Stole .... I 10-13 

015 [-] [8] -Clemson W 1917 

022 • al Wake Foresl W 14-13 

029 • Soulh Carolino W 15-0 

N5 alPenn Stole L 9-28 

N12 • at Norlh Carolino ................ W 2219 

N19 • ol Virginia W 44-12 



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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70-0(4 1, 3 2] 

ACC: 3 3 0, 3rd 

Htod Cooch: Tom Nugent 

Pr*t*aton AP Poll received volet 

523 at Southern Molhodisl W 14-6 

S30 • ot Clemson W 24-21 

07 |-1 |7] Syracuse W 22-21 

014 [10) |-1 • Noflh Corolino I 8 14 

021 Air Force W 21-0 

028 • ol South Corolino I 10-20 

N4 Penn Stale" W 21 17 

Nil • NC Stole W 10 7 

NIB • Woke Forest W 10-7 

N25 •alVirginia I 16-28 



' of Denver, Colo (Hill Top Stadium) 



1M2_ 



6-40(4 1,2-31 
ACC: 5 20, 3rd 
Head Cooch: Tom Nugenl 



S22 

S29 

06 

013 

019 

027 

N3 

NIO 

NI7 

N24 



Southern Methodist 

• ot Woke Forest . 

• ol NC Stole 

• Norlh Corolino 

ol Miami 

■ South Carolina 
attain Stole 

• al Duke 

■ Clemson 

• Virginia 



. W 7-0 

W 13-2 

W 14-6 

W 3113 

I 2428 

W 13-11 

I 7-23 

I 710 

I 1417 

W 40-18 



13fi3_ 



3-7-0(2-3. 1-3,01) 

ACC: 2-5-0. 5th 

Head Cooch: Tom Nugenl 



S2I 

S28 

05 

012 

019 

026 

N2 

N9 

NI6 

N23 

' of Richmond, Vo 

1964 



[4] 



NC Stole 

• ol South Carolina .. 

• Duke 

• North Corolino 

Air Force 

• ot Woke Forest 

Penn Slate 

ol Novy 

• ol Clemson 

• Virginia 



I 14-36 

.. I 13-21 

., I 12-30 

., I 714 

. W 2114 

. W 32-0 

I 15-17 

I 7-42 

L 6-21 

W 21-6 



5^013-2,1-3.10) 
ACC: 4-3-0. T-3cd 

i Cooch: Tom Nugent 



S19 

S26 

03 

010 

017 

024 

031 

N7 

NI4 

N21 

ufoft, Vo 

1965 



[2] 



4*0 [1-4. 3-2| 
ACC 3-3-0, T-5ih 

i Cooch: Tom Nugent 



S25 

02 

09 

016 

023 

O30 

N6 

N13 

N20 

D4 



Ohio U W 

Syracuse 

• at Woke Forest 

• al North Carolina 

• NC Stole 

• ot South Corolino 

at Navy 

• at Clemson 

• Virginia 



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 



Oklahoma I 3-13 36,500 

• South Carolina W 24-6 23,500 
•aINC Stale I 13-14 14,800 
•aiDuke L 17-24 27000 

• North Carolina W 10-9 28.000 

• Woke Forest . ... I 17-21 22,000 

al Penn State I 9-17 33.500 

Navy W 27-22 40,000 

• Clemson W 34-0 26,500 
•alVirginia W 10-0 17,500 



w 


247 


28,000 


L 


7-24 


35.000 


w 


10-7 


18.000 


1 


10-12 


30,000 


1 


7-29 


30,000 


.-. 


2714 


30,000 


L 


719 


28,000 


'.'. 


60 


26,000 


1 


27-33 


21,000 


1 


719 


24,000 



1966 



4-60(4.1, Oil 
ACC: 3 3 0,1 3rd 
Head Cooch: lou Soban 



S17 

S24 

Ol 

08 

015 

029 

N5 

N12 

N19 

N26 



ol Penn Stole 

• Woke Foresl 
ol Syracuse 

• Duke 

West Virginia 

• South Carolina " 

• alNC Stole 

• Clemson 

• at Virginia 
al Flonda State 



I 715 

W 34-7 

I 728 

W 21 19 

W 28-9 

W 142 

t 21-24 

, I 10-14 

I 1741 

L 2145 



1967 



0-9O (0-4. 0-5) 
ACC: 060, 8lh 
Head Cooch: Bob Ward 



S30 

07 

014 

021 

028 

N4 

Nil 

N17 

N25 



["1 



ot Oklahoma 
Syracuse 

• NC Stole 

• at North Carolina 

• at South Corolino , 
Penn State 

• ot Clemson 

■ ol Woke Foresl 

• Virginia 



I 0-35 

I 3-7 

I 9-31 

t 014 

t 031 

I 338 

. I 7-28 

. I 17-35 

I 7-12 



1968 



2-8O|2-3,04,0-l) 

ACC. 2 5 0, 7th 

Head Coach: Bob Word 

S2I Florida Slole 



S28 
05 
012 
019 
026 
N2 
N9 

N16 [-] (3) 
N23 
ol Norfolk. Vo 

13fi9 



al Syracuse 

• Duke 

• North Carolina .. 

• South Carolina 

• alNC Slole ... 

• at Wake Forest 

• Clemson 
Penn State 

• at Virginia 



I 1424 

I 14-32 

I 2830 

. W 33-24 

. W 2119 

„ I 11-31 

L 1438 

„ L 0-16 

I 13-57 

.. I 23-28 



3-70(2-3,1-41 
ACC: 3-30, T-3rd 
Head Coach: Roy Lester 



S20 

S27 

04 

Oil 

018 

025 

Nl 

N8 

N15 

N22 



-1 [51 



at West Virginia 

• NC Stale 

• ol Woke Foresl 
Syracuse 

• Duke 

• al South Carolina 

• al Clemson 
Miami-Ohio 
al Penn Slate 

• Virginia 



,. L 7-31 

I 7-24 

W 19-14 

.. L 920 

. W 20-7 

.. L 0-17 

I 0-40 

.. I 21-34 

.. L 0-48 

W 1714 



1970 



2-90(1-5, 1-3,0-11 
ACC: 2-4-0, T-6lh 
Head Cooch: Roy Lester 



S12 
S19 
S26 
02 
OI0 
017 
024 
031 
N7 
N21 
N28 
at Norfolk, Vo 

1321 



Villanovo 

• ol Duke 

• North Carolina 
at Miami 

at Syracuse 

■ South Corolino 

• NC Stole 

• Clemson 
Penn Stole 

• ol Virginia 
WestVirgmio 



.. L 3-21 

.. L 12-13 

L 20-53 

.. I 1118 

L 7-23 

W 2115 

L 0-6 

L 11-24 

L 034 

W 1714 

I 10-20 



2-90 (2-4, 0-5) 
ACC: 1-40. 7th 
Heod Cooch: Roy Lester 



Sll 

S18 

S25 

02 

09 

016 

023 

O30 

N6 

NI3 

N20 



Villanovo 

• NC Stale 

• at North Corolino 

• Woke Forest 
Syracuse 

at South Cere 
at Florida 
Virginia Military 
[-1 [6] at Penn State 

• ot Clemson 



• Virginia 



., L 13-28 

W 35-7 

.. I 14-35 

. L 14-18 

L 13-21 

L 6-35 

L 23-27 

W 380 

L 27-63 

L 14-20 

L 2729 



40,911 
26,500 
25,000 
28.400 
28.800 
35.400 
23.500 
24.500 
16.000 
20,252 



50,000 
27,500 
27100 
32,000 
33.427 
34,700 
28,000 
14,500 
24,200 



33.600 
26.591 
21.000 
27480 
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 



22,600 
16,500 
43.000 
16.200 
20.100 
45.653 
53.012 
22.300 
50.144 
25.000 
12.600 



1922 

5-5 1 |4-l, 1-4-11 

IV I 1 3id 

Htod Cooch: ierry Claiborne 

S9 -olNC Slole T 24 24 

S16 • Norlh Carolina I 26-31 

S23 Virginia Mililoi/ W 2816 

S30 at Syracuse 

07 • Wake Forest . .. W 230 

014 Villanovo W 37-7 

021 • olDuke L 14-20 

028 • 01 Virginia , W 2423 

N4 [| [10] al Penn Slate L 16-46 

Nil • Clemson W 31-6 

N18 al Miami L 8 28 

1423 

8-4-0(4-2,3-1, 1-1) 

ACC: 5 1 0, 2nd 

Head Coach: Jerry Cloiborne 

SI5 WeslVirginio L 13-20 

S22 • ol North Carolina W 23-3 

S29 Villanovo W 31-3 

06 Syracuse W 380 

013 -alNC Stale L 22-24 

O20 • ol Wake Forest . .. W 370 

027 • Duke .. W 30-10 

N3 [-1 (6) Penn Slate I 22-42 

NIO • Virginia" W 330 

N17 • at Clemson W 28-13 

N24 (18] [17] Tulone W 42-9 
Peach Bowl 

D28 [18J [-1 Georgio' L 16-17 
Ftnol AP Poll »20 

al Norfolk, Vo YOysrer Bowl) 
' olAllonlo, Co (Fulton County Stadium} 

1974 t-CC Cr™,. 

840(51,2-1,1-21 

ACC: 60-0, Champions 

Heod Coach: Jerry Claiborne 

Preseason AP Poll #14 

S14 (141 (31 Alabama I 16-21 

S21 (141 (-1 Florido I 10-17 

S28 • North Corolino W 24-12 

05 ot Syracuse W 310 

012 • Clemson W 410 

019 [18] I-) -WokeForest" . W 470 

026 (15] (17) • NC Stale W 20-10 

N2 (15] [10] ot Penn Slole. L 17-24 

N9 [14] [-] Villanovo W 410 

N16 [13] [-] • Duke : .... W 56-13 

N23 [11] [-] • alVirginia W 100 

Liberty Bowl 

D16 [10] (20) Tennessee L 3-7 

Final AP Poll #13 

at Tompa. Flo (Tampa Stadium) 
' ot Norfolk, Vo (Foreman Field! 
" of Memphis, Tenn (Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium) 



31.000 
28,000 
22,000 
15,681 
15.000 
26.842 
21,300 
21.500 
58.171 
29,326 
17,342 



35112 
37500 
31,260 
32,800 
39,200 
19,500 
20,500 
44,135 
22.300 
31.500 
19.416 

38,107 



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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 1 974, Randy White won the Outiond Trophy and Jerry 
Cloiborne was named Sporting News Coach of the Year. 



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1525 Ace chw^ierns: 

9-2-1 14-1,4-1-1, 1-0) 

ACC: 5-0-0, Champions 

Head Coach: Jerry Claiborne 

Preseason AP Poll #17 

S6 [17] [-] Villanova W 41-0 41,362 

S13 1 14] [20] al Tennessee L 8-26 74,161 

S20 • at North Carolina W 34-7 43,000 

S27 [20] |-] al Kentucky T 10-10 55,000 

04 Syracuse" W 24-7 43,863 

Oil • NC Stale W 37-22 39,221 

018(19] [-] • at Wake Forest W27-0 19,300 

Nl [14] [9] Penn Slate I 13-15 58,973 

N8 [16] [-] al Cincinnati W 21-19 16,478 

N15 •alClemson W 22-20 35,400 

N22 [20] [-] • Virginio W 62-24 44,867 

Gator Bowl 

D29 [17] [13] Florida' W 13-0 64,012 

Final AP Poll #13 
ot Jacksonville, Flo (Gator Bowl} 



1976 ACC ChM^lerns> 

11-1-0(60,5-0,0-1] 
ACC: 5-0-0, Champions 
Head Coach: Jerry Claiborne 
Preseason AP Poll# 1 2 

Sll [12] [-] Richmond W31-7 41,088 

S18 110] [-] at West Virginio W24-3 35,107 

S25 [8] (-) al Syracuse W 42-28 21,109 

02 [7] [-] Villanova W 20-9 38,131 

09 [7] [-] -alNC Stale W 16-6 38,500 

016 [5] [-] -Wake Forest W 17-15 46,321 

023 [6] [-] -at Duke W30-3 20,200 

O30 [5] [-] Kentucky W 24-14 43,013 

N6 [6] [-] Cincinnati W21-0 45,315 

NI3 [6] [-] •Clemson'" W20-0 40,288 

N20 [6] [-] • otVirginia W 28-0 23,100 

Cotton Bowl 

J I [4] [6] Houston' L 21-30 58,500 

Final AP Poll #8 
at Dallas. Texas (Cotton Bowl) 

1522 

8-4014-2,3-2,1-0] 
ACC: 4-2-0, T-3rd 
Head Cooch: Jerry Claiborne 
Preseason AP Poll #\Q 

S10 [10] [-] ■alClemson W 21-14 44,650 

S17 [11] [-] WeslVirginia I 16-24 45,123 

S24 [-] [5] at Penn Slate L 9-27 62,079 

01 • at NC Slate L 20-24 42,800 

08 Syracuse W 24-10 39,100 

015 • at Wake Forest W35-7 24,900 

022 •Duke ,= W 31-13 44,867 

029 • North Carolina I 7-16 42,683 

N5 Villanova W 19-13 30,186 

N12 olRichmond W 27-24 17,000 

N19 -Virginia W28-0 33,787 

Hal! of Fame Bowl 

D22 Minnesota' W 17-7 47,000 

at Birmingham, Ala (legion Field) 

1528 

9-30(4-1,5-1,0-1) 

ACC: 5-1-0, 2nd 

Head Coach: Jerry Claiborne 

S9 Tulane W 31-7 31,458 

S16 [20] [-] at Louisville W 24-17 36,142 

S23 [18] [-] • al North Carolmo ,. W 21-20 48,000 

S30 [15] [-] Kentucky W 20-3 42,873 

07 [12] [20] • NC Stole * .. W 31-7 45,319 

014 [10] [-] at Syracuse W 24-9 15,709 

021 [6] [-] -Wake Forest W39-0 43,119 

028 [5] [-] -at Duke W270 23,600 

N4 [5] [2] otPennSlole I 3-27 78,019 

Nil [13] [-] •alVirgmio W17-7 19.874 

N18 [11] [12] • Clemson I 24-28 51,376 
Sun Bowl 

D23 [13] [14] Texas I 0-42 33,122 

Final AP Poll #20 
at El Paso, Texas (Sun Bowl] 



1525 

7-40(5-1,2-3) 

ACC: 4-2-0, T-2nd 

Head Coach: Jerry Claiborne 

58 Villanova W 24-20 31,684 

S15 •alClemson W 190 52,274 

S22 Mississippi Stale W 35-14 37,212 

S29 at Kentucky L 7-14 57,800 

06 Penn Slate L 7-27 52,348 

013 (-] [17] •atNCState .. L 0-7 39,800 

O20 • at Wake Forest I 17-25 26,050 

027 • ol Duke W 270 34,200 

N3 [-] [18] • North Carolina " W 17-14 35,618 

N17 Louisville W 28-7 25,104 

N24 • Virginia W 17-7 26,071 

1580 

8-40(5-1,3-2,0-1) 

ACC: 5-10, 2nd 

Head Coach: Jerry Claiborne 

S6 Villonova W 7-3 32,650 

S13 Vanderbilt W 31-6 27,150 

S20 atWest Virginia... W 14-11 48,038 

S27 [19] (14] • at North Carolina L 3-17 51,400 

04 (-] |6] al Pittsburgh L 9-38 47,409 

Oil [-] [14] Penn Stale L 10-24 48,123 

018 -Wake Forest W 11-10 36,472 

025 -atDuke W 17-14 17,400 

Nl -NCStale" W24-0 40,016 

N15 'Clemson W34-7 32,650 

N22 •otVirginia W310 22,407 

Tangerine Bowl 

D20 Florida ' I 20-35 52,541 

o/ Orlando, Flo (Tangerine Bowl} 

iaaj 

4-6-1 (2-2,24-1) 
ACC: 4-2-0, 3rd 
Head Coach: Jerry Claiborne 

S12 ot Vanderbilt I. 17-23 38,624 

S19 WeslVirginia I 13-17 38,300 

S26 •alNCSlole W34-9 47,500 

02 at Syracuse T 17-17 32,000 

O10 at Florida I 10-15 56,316 

017 • otWakeFotesI W 45-33 25,500 

024 • Duke*.. W 24-21 31,800 

031 [-] [9] • North Carolina L 10-17 32,100 

N7 al Tulane L 7-14 32,474 

N14 [-] [2] •alClemson L 7-21 64,000 

N21 -Virginia W48-7 21,300 

1582 

840 (5-1, 3-2, 0-1) 

ACC: 5-1-0, 2nd 

Head Coach: Bobby Ross 

Sll [-] [7] atPennStote L 31-39 84,597 

S18 [-] [17] at West Virginia I 18-19 56,042 

S25 • NC Stale W 23-6 34,300 

02 at Syracuse W26-3 30,214 

09 Indiana State W 38-0 31,500 

016 -Wake Forest W 52-31 35,100 

023 • Duke" W 49-22 40,100 

O30 [-] [10] • at North Carolina W 31-24 51,319 

N7 (19] (-] Miami W 18-17 43,200 

N13 [18] [11] • Clemson I 22-24 51,750 

N20 (19] (-] •atVirginio W 45-14 20,002 

Aloha Bowl 

D25 [16] (9) Washington ' I 20-21 30,055 

Final AP Poll #20 
ot Honolulu, Hawaii (Aloha Stadium} 

1983 Ace Chw^n^ 

840(5-1,3-2, 0-1) 

ACC: 6-0-0, Champions 

Head Coach: Bobby Ross 

Preseason AP #17 

S10 |I7] [-] alVonderbill W 2114 40,856 

SI7 [17] [20] WeslVirginia ................ L 21-31 54,715 

S24 [-] [17] Pittsburgh W 13-7 48,500 

Ol (19( [-1 ' Virginia W 23-3 40,200 

08 [16] [-] Syracuse W 34-13 43,700 

015 [16] [-] • ol 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] atAuburn I 23-35 75.600 

N12 |11] [17] •alClemson" I 2752 81,000 

NI9 [20] [-] •alNCSlole W29-6 32,300 

Florida Citrus Bowl 

D17 |16] [-] Tennessee I 23-30 50.185 
al Orlando, Flo (Florida Citrus Bowl} 
Clemson ineligible lor league title game counts as Maryland victory in 
ACC standings 



1981, 



ACC ct\™ K len$> 



9-30(2-2,5-1,20) 
ACC: 6-0-0, Champions 
Head Coach: Bobby Ross 



[-] [17] 
[-] ["I 



S8 

S15 
S22 
S29 

06 
013 
027 
N3 

N10 [-] [6] 
N17 [-] [20] 
N24 [18] I-] 
Sun Bowl 
D22 [12] [-] 
Final AP Poll #12 
at Baltimore, Md 
' al El Paso, Texas 



Syracuse I 7-23 38,850 

Vanderbilt L 14-23 34,100 

al West Virginia W 20-17 58,353 

•Woke Forest W 38-17 32,700 

al Penn Slate I 24-25 85,456 

•NC Slate* W 44-21 43,450 

• alDuke W 43-7 17,500 

• ot North Carolina W 34-23 48,000 

al Miami W 42-40 31,548 

•Clemson 1 W 41-23 60,575 

•otVirginia W 45-34 43,017 

Tennessee 8 W 28-27 50,126 

(Memorial Stadium) 

(Sun Bowl) 




Stan Gelbaugh led the Terps to the I 985 ACC title. 



1585_ 



-Ace ct\yM k ien^ 



9-30(4-1,3-1,2-11 
ACC: 6-0-0, Champions 
Heod Coach: Bobby Ross 
Preseason AP Poll #7 



S7 [7] [19] Penn State 

S14 [17] [-] Boston College 

S21 [17] [-] WeslVirginia ... . 

S28 [17] [12] al Michigan 

05 • at NC Stale 

019 • al Wake Forest 

026 • Duke 

N2 • North Carolina " 

N9 [-] [8] Miami ' 

N16 "at Clemson 

N29 -Virginio 
Cherry Bowl 

D21 Syracuse 
Final AP Poll #18 

ol Foxboro, Moss (Sullivan Stadium} 
' ot Baltimore, Md (Memorial Stadium} 

at Ponliac, Mich (Pontiac Silverdome) 



I 18-20 

W 31-13 

W 280 

.. L 0-20 

. W 31-17 

. W 26-3 

W 40-10 

W 2810 

L 2229 

W 34-31 

W 33-21 



50,750 
30,210 
51,250 
105,282 
29,500 
23,700 
46,175 
49,800 
62,350 
78,037 
48,950 



W 3518 51,858 



158JL 



5-5-1 (1-3,4-2,00-1) 

ACC: 2-3-1, 5th 

Head Coach: Bobby Ross 



SI 
S13 
S20 
S27 

Oil 
018 
025 
Nl 
N8 
NI5 
N28 
ot Baltimore, Md (Memorial Stadium) 



al Pittsburgh 
Vanderbilt 

ot West Virginia 

1 13] |-] -NC Stale 

Boston College 

• Woke Forest 

• al Duke 

• al North Carolina 
al Penn Stale 

• Ciemson 

• al Virginia 



[•] [21 
[-1 [151 



W 10- 7 

W 35 21 

W 24-3 

. I 16-28 

I 25-30 

I 21-27 

. W 27-19 

.. I 30-32 

.. I 1517 

T 1717 

W 42-10 



48.120 
45.275 
63,500 
44,920 
45,380 
39.650 
18,600 
46,000 
85.651 
58,758 
27800 



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1987_ 



4-70(3-1, 1-5,0-1) 

ACC: 3 3 0, 5th 

Heod Cooch: Joe Krivak 



S5 

SI2 

519 

526 

010 

017 

024 

031 

N7 

NI4 

N21 



ol Syracuse I 11-25 

• Vnginia W 2119 
Wesl Virginia W 25-20 

• alNC Stole ........ I 1442 

(-1 [31 ol Miami I 16-46 

• at Wake Forest W 14-0 

• Duke " W 23-22 



• North Carolina 1 

1-| [16] Penn Slate I 

j-1 (9) -at Clemson I 

at Vandsrbill 1 



14-27 
16-21 
16-45 
24-34 



' ot Baltimore, Md (Memonal Stadium) 



1988 



1989 



3-7-1 12-3,1-4,00-1) 

ACC : 5 0, 6lh 

Head Coach: Joe Krivak 



52 

S9 

516 

S23 

S30 

07 

014 

021 

028 

Nil 

NI8 



•olNCSlole I 6-10 

[-) [17] WeslVirgmia I 10-14 

Western Michigan W 23-0 

[-] (7| •alClemson I 731 

[-1 |6) al Michigan I 21-41 

• ol Georgia Tech L 24-28 

• ot Wake Forest W 27-7 

• Duke * I 25-46 

• North Carolina W 38-0 
[-1 |13] Penn Stole T 13-13 
1-1 (16) • Virginia I 21-48 



' o* Baltimore. Md. (Memonol Stadium! 



35,234 
35,550 
40,125 
44,300 
43,020 
25,175 
37400 
35.425 
62,500 
78,000 
34,816 



5*0 (3-2, 2-4| 
ACC: 4-3-0 M* 
Heod Coach: Joe Krivak 

S3 Louisville W 27-16 30.457 

517 (-1 [12] al Wesl Virginia I 2455 60,188 

S24 • NC Slote W 3026 32,291 

01 at Syracuse I 9-20 45,197 

08 • Georgia Tech W 13-8 36,969 

015 • Woke Forest I 24-27 41,278 

• ot Duke W 34-24 23,800 

• ol North Carolina W 41-38 45,000 
N5 at Penn Stole I 1017 78,000 
NI2 |-]|16l • Clemson I 25-49 45,000 
N19 • at Virginio t 23-24 30,600 



41,780 
45,000 
20,354 
77,000 
104,877 
32,062 
17,500 
38.617 
27,441 
61,215 
38,113 




Neil O'Donnell started at QB in 1 988 and 1 989. 



1990 



6-5-1 (31.3-3,0111 

ACC: 4-30, 4m 

Head Coach: Joe Krivak 



Virginia Tech 
ol Wesl Virginio 

• Clemson 

• NC Stale 
ol Michigan 
■ Georgia Tech 

• Woke Forest 

• ol Duke 

• ol North Carolina , 
at Penn Stole 

• ol Virginia 
Independence Bowl 

D15 Louisiana Tech 

at Baltimore. Md (Memorial Stadium) 
ot Shreveport, La {Independence Stadium! 



SI 

S8 

SIS 

S22 

S29 

06 

013 

O20 

027 

NIO 

NI7 



1-1 1251 

[-1 [161 

[-1 161 

[-1 [231 



[-1 [211 

[-1 [81 



W 2013 

W 1410 

I 1718 

W 13-12 

L 17-45 

L 3-31 

W 41-13 

W 23-20 

L 1034 

L 1024 

W 35-30 



1991 



2-9-0(1-3,1-5,0-1) 

ACC: 2-5-0, 6ih 

Head Cooch: Joe Knvok 

• Virginia 
Syracuse 
Wesl Virginia 
at Pittsburgh 

• at Georgia Tech . 

• al Wake Forest ., 

• Duke * : . 

• at North Corolina 
Penn Stale 

• at Clemson 

• at NC Stale , 
at Baltimore, Md (Memonol Stadium) 



S7 




S14 


[-1 [22] 


S21 




05 


[-1 [171 


012 




019 




026 




N2 




N9 


1-1 [9] 


NI6 


1-1 [15] 


N23 


[-] (221 



W 17-6 

, I 17-31 

, I 7-37 

„ L 2024 

.. L 1034 

. W 2322 

,, L 13-17 

I 024 

I 7-47 

L 7-40 

L 17-20 



1192. 



3-8-0(2-4, 141 
ACC: 2-6-0, 8th 
Head Coach: Mark 
S5 [-1 [251 



S12 

S19 

S26 

03 

O10 

017 

024 

031 

N7 

N14 



Duffner 

• at Virginia 
1 [19] • NCSlole 

ot Wesl Virginia 
I-] [9| al Penn Stole 
Pittsburgh . 

• Georgia Tech 

• Wake Forest 

• ol Duke 

• North Corolina 

• ol Florida State 

• Clemson 



(17) 



-1 [221 
-1 [61 



1391 



2-9-0 [14, 1-5) 

ACC: 2*0, T7lh 

Head Cooch: Mark Duffner 



S4 

Sll 

S18 

S25 

02 

09 

016 

030 

N6 

N13 

N20 



• Virginia 

[-] [141 • al North Carolina , 

Wesl Virginia 
ol Virginio Tech 
[-] [B] Penn Slate 

■ at Georgia Tech 

• Duke ' 

■ at Clemson 
[-) (1) • Florida Stale 

• al NC Slote 

• al Wake Forest 



34,198 
64,950 
39,255 

102,894 
31,941 
27554 
23,200 
46,000 

43,500 



T 3434 48.325 



L 15-28 

I 1014 

I 33-34 

I 13-49 

W 47-34 

I 26-28 

L 23-30 

W 27-25 

, I 24-31 

L 21-69 

W 53-23 



I 2943 

L 42-59 

L 37-42 

L 28-55 

I 770 

L 038 

W 26-18 

L 029 

L 2049 

L 2144 

W 33-32 



1994 



470 (3-2, 1-51 
ACC: 2-60, 7th 
Head Coach: Mork Duffner 



S3 

S10 

S17 

S23 

01 

015 

022 

029 

N5 

N12 

N19 



• otDuke 

[-1 |4] • Florido Slote 
al Wesl Virginio 
■ Wake Fores' 

• ot Clemson 

[-) (15) * ol North Corolina 

• Georgia Tech 
Tulone 

• NC State 
[-1 [21] • ol Virginia 

at Syracuse 



, t 1649 

I 2052 

W 24-13 

. W 31-7 

. L 013 

L 17-41 

W 42-27 

W 38-10 

L 4547 

.. L 2146 

.. L 16-21 



1995_ 



6-50 (3-2, 3-3! 

ACC: 4-40, T-5th 

Head Cooch: Mark Duffner 

S2 al Tulane 

• North Carolina 
S16 



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 



. W 29-10 18,159 
W 3218 32,215 
. W 31-17 48.055 



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S23 |24] [-1 • Duke W 41-28 41,015 

S28 |17) 1-1 • ol Georgia Tech L 3 31 44,137 

07 • ol Woke Forest W 9-6 19,107 

021 • Clemson 1017 43,603 

028 ol Louisville I 031 36.386 

N4 • alNC Slate W 3013 45,652 

Nil (-1 [14] •Virginia I 18-21 45.720 

NI8 [-] [6] • al Florido Slote I 1759 66,400 

1996 

5*0(42,1-3,01) 
ACC: 3 50, T-6lh 
Head Cooch: Mark Duffner 

A31 Northern Illinois W 306 32,517 

S7 Alabama-Birmingham W 39-15 30,057 

S14 |-][22] •olV.rginia I 321 39,200 

S28 [-] [23] ol West Virginia 1 013 54,542 

05 • NC Slate .. L 8-34 32.550 

012 (-] [13] • al North Corolino I 7-38 47.000 

019 -Woke Forest" W 520 30.212 

026 -at Duke W 22-19 18.751 

N2 • al Clemson I 3-35 60,000 

N14 -Georgia Tech W 1310 22,510 

N23 (-1 |3] • Florida Slote L 1048 31,989 
at Miami. Flo (Pro Player Stadiuml 

1997 

2-90[l-5,14| 
ACC: 1-70, 8th 

Head Coach: Ron Vonderlmden 

S6 Ohio I 1421 30,100 

S13 [-1 [5) ■ ol Flondo Stole L 7-50 72,237 

S20 (-1 (6) • North Carolina L 1440 30,084 

S27 at Temple W 2421 12.872 

04 • Duke W 16-10 23,206 

Oil West Virginia L 1431 31,210 

018 • ol Woke Forest L 17-35 17,893 

025 • Clemson " . . L 9-20 27270 

Nl -Virginio t 045 23.479 

N8 • ol NC Slote I 28 45 43,500 

N22 • at Georgio Tech I 18-37 35,276 

1998 

3-80(2-3,14,01) 
ACC: l-70,T8th 
Head Coach: Ron Vanderlinden 

S5 James Madison W 23-15 36,547 

S12 [-] [12] •alVirginio L 19-31 42,800 

S19 [-J 119] al West Virginia L 2042 52.279 

S26 Temple W 3O20 27047 

03 [-1 |9] • Florido Stole , L 1024 33,134 

010 >ot Clemson L 023 73,000 

017 -Wake Forest L 1O20 23,419 

031 [-1(23] -Georgia Tech I 1431 25,183 

N7 • ol North Corolino I 13-24 51,200 

N14 -at Duke W 42-25 15,272 

N21 -NC Stole I 21-35 21,589 
1 ol Baltimore. Md (PSINet Siadiumj 

1999 

5*0 (3-3, 2-3) 
ACC: 2*0, T-8th 
Head Coach: Ron Vonderlinden 

S9 otTemple W 60 25,322 

Sll Western Carolina W 51-10 36.376 

S18 West Virginia W 330 33,169 

S30 [-1 (9] ot Georgia Tech 1 3149 44.612 

09 al Wake Forest - W 17-14 19.321 

016 Clemson L 3042 34.097 

023 North Corolino W 45-7 27,077 

O30 Duke" L 22-25 30,222 

N6 ot NCSlole . L 17-30 47.211 

N13 [-1 [1[ al Florido Slate .1 1049 80,340 

N20 Virginio - I 3034 32.334 

2000 

5*0 |42,1 4| 
ACC 3-50. T*lh 
Head Coach Ron Vanderlinden 

S9 Temple W 17-10 46.950 

S16 at Wesl Virginia L 17-30 53.007 

S23 Middle Tennessee __ W 45-27 31,126 

528 1-] (21 Florida Slate I 7-59 47,044 

07 atVira-na I 23-31 53.655 

014 [J [5] alClemson L 1435 85.000 

021 Woke Forest" W 377 26.544 

028 at Duke W 209 20,033 

N4 NC Stare W 35-28 |2or)28.410 

Nil ot North Carolina L 1013 40.000 

N18 [-1(22] Georgia Tech . L 22-35 24.701 

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2001 MARYLAIYD^v'r V 






ALL-TIME SERIES RESULTS 



Series results and records vs. 
opponents since 1892. 
Overall records are listed 
first with home, raadandneu- 
tral records in parentheses. 
• indicates home games; 
Neutral site gomes are in- 
dicated. 

Air Force 

2-0(1-0,1-0) 

1961 W 21-0 

1963 • W 21-14 

Alabama 

1-2(1-1,0-1) 

1952 I 7-27 

1953 • W 21-0 
1974 • L 16-21 

Alabama- 
Birmingham 

1-0 (1-0, 00) 

1996 • W 39-15 



Alexandria High 

1-0(1-0,001 
1896 • W 18-0 

American 

0-1 (0-1,00) 

1918 • L 6-13 

Auburn 

1-2(00,1-2) 

1952 W 13-7 

1958 L 7-20 

1983 L 23-35 

Bainbridge Naval 

1-1 (1-1,00) 

1943 • t 0-46 
1946 • W 54-0 



Baltimore City 
College 

3-0 (3-0, 00) 
1893 • W 14-0 
1906 • W 22-0 

1913 • W 27-0 

Baltimore Medical 
CfilL 

01 (00,01) 

1897 ' L 0-10 

1 - Baltimore, Md (Electric Park} 

Baltimore Poly 
Institute 

3-1 (3-1,00) 
1905 • W 20-0 
1908 • W 12-0 

1914 • L 0-6 

1915 • W 31-0 

Baylor 

1-1 (01,1-0) 

1955 W 20-6 

1956 • L 0-14 

Bethel Military 

1-0 (1-0,001 
1896 • W 20-10 

Boston College 



1-1 (01,00,1-0) 

1985 ' W 31-13 

1986 • L 25-30 

l-Foxboro, Mass (Sullivon Sta- 
dium) 

Boston University 

2-0 (00, 2-0) 
1949 W 1413 

1952 W 34-7 

Business High 

1-0(1-0,00] 

1896 • W 34-0 

Carnegie Tech 

01 (00,01) 
1921 L 0-21 

Catholic 

8-1-2(5-01,3-1-1) 



1910 • 

1911 • 
1914 • 
1915 
1916 • 
1919 • 
1920 
1921 
1922 
1923 ■ 
1924 



W 

T 
W 

I 

W 
W 
W 
W 
W 
W 

T 



20-0 

6-6 

6-0 

0-16 

13-9 

13-0 

14-0 

16-0 

54-0 

40-6 

0-0 



Central High 

6-2 (6-2, 00) 

1893 • W 10-0 

1896 • W 10-6 

1896 • W 140 

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(1-0,00) 

1900- W 21-6 



Chicago 



01 (00,01) 
1926 L 0-21 



Cincinnati 



2-0(1-0, 1-0) 

1975 W 21-19 

1976 • W 21-0 



Clemson 



20-27- 
(9-11-1,101 



1952 ■ 
1953 
1954 ' 
1955 
1956 ' 
1957 
1958 ' 
1959 
I960' 
1961 
1962 ■ 
1963 
1964 ■ 
1965 
1966 ' 
1967 



W 
W 

w 
w 

T 

L 

L 

W 
W 
W 

L 

L 
W 

w 

L 
I 



1-1-1) 

28-0 

20-0 

16-0 

25-12 

6-6 

726 

0-8 

28-25 

19-17 

24-21 

14-17 

6-21 

34-0 

6-0 

10-14 

728 



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 
2000 

/ -Baltimore, 
diumj 



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 

3431 

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 

14-35 

Md (Memorial Sta- 



Duke_ 



w 



Clifton Athletic 
Club 

1-0(1-0,00) 

1903 • W 5-0 

Colonial Athletic 
Club 

01 (01,00) 
1894 • L 0-26 

Connecticut 

1-0(1-0,00) 

1942 • W 34-0 

Crescent Athletic 
Club 

1-0(1-0,00) 
1892 • W 12-0 

Curtis Bay Coast 
Guard . 

01 (01,00) 

1943 • L 7-13 

Delaware 

33-1 (2-01, 1-5) 
1899 I 0-32 

1901 I 6-24 

1902 • T 00 

1903 I 0-16 

1904 L 0-18 

1905 t 0-12 
1917 • W 20-0 

1947 • W 43-19 

1948 W 21-0 

Dickinson 

1-0(1-0,00) 
1916 • W 6-0 



26-18 
(11-6, 13-9,2-3) 



1932 
1933 • 
1941 ' 
1942 
1947 
1948 • 
1950 
1957 
1960 ■ 
1962 
1963 J 
1964 
1966 • 
1968" 
1969 • 
1970 
1972 

1973 -' 

1974 J 
1976 
1977 ■ 
1978 
1979 
1980 
1981 
1982 
1983 
1984 
1985 
1986 
1987 
1988 
1989 
1990 
1991 
1992 
1993 
1994 
1995 
1996 
1997 
1998 
1999 
2000 



L 

L 

L 

L 

L 

L 
W 

L 

L 

L 

L 

L 
W 

t 
W 

L 

L 

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 
W 



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 

207 

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 

20-9 



1 -Baltimore, Md (Memorial Sta- 
dium}; 2-Washington, DC 
(Griffith Stadium}, 3 -Richmond. 
Va; 4 -Norfolk, Va 



Duquesne 



1-0 (OO, 1-0) 
1947 W 32-0 

Eastern High 

4-1 (4-1,00) 
1893 • W 36-0 

1896 • t 0-6 

1897 • W 4-0 

1898 • W 4-0 

1899 • W 22-0 



1936 
1937 • 
1938 
1939 • 
1940 

1941 • 

1942 " 
1944 
1971 

1974 2 

1975 5 
1980 6 
1981 



L 
W 

L 

L 

L 

W 
W 

L 

L 

L 
W 

L 

L 



6-7 

13-7 

7-21 

0-14 

019 

13-12 

13-0 

6-14 

23-27 

10-17 

13-0 

20-35 

10-15 



/ -Jacksonville, Fla (Municipal 
Stadium}; 2-Tampo, Flo., 3-Bol- 
limore, Md (Memorial Stadium}, 
4 - Washington, C (Griffith Sta- 
dium}, S -Jacksonville, Flo (Gator 
Bowl}, 6-Odando, Fla (Tanger- 
ine Bowl} 

Florida State 

Oil (05,05,01) 
1966 I 21-45 

1968 • I 14-24 

1992 i 21-69 

1993 • I 20-49 

1994 • L 2052 

1995 I 17-59 

1996 ' L 10-48 

1997 L 7-50 

1998 • I 10-24 

1999 L 10-49 

2000 • L 7-59 

I -Miami, Fla. (Pro Player 
Stadium} 

Fort Monroe 

OOl (001,00) 
1904 • T 0-0 

Fredricksburg 

2-0(1-0,1-0) 

1908 W 10-0 

1911 • W 5-0 

Gallaudel 



1896 
1897 



1901 
1904 
1905 
1907 
1908 
1909 
1911 
1912 
1913 
1914 
1915 
1926 
1929 



9-6-1 (7-4-1,2-2) 

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 
387 
13-6 



T 

L 

t 

I 

W 
W 

I 

W 
W 
W 
W 

L 

L 

W 
W 

w 



Episcopal High fifi ? r »^ 



04(03,01) 
1892 • I 0-16 

1896 • L 0-6 

1898 t 0-37 

1900 • I 6-34 

Florida 

6-11 (2-1, 1-6,34) 
1927 ' L 6-7 

1933 ' I 019 

1934 ' W 210 
1935 W 20-6 



6-10(3-6,01,3-3) 

1894 • W 6-4 

1902 • I 0-27 

1903 • L 028 

1904 L 0-22 

1906 ' L 0-28 

1907 • I 0-10 

1934 • W 6-0 

1935 ' W 12-6 

1936 • I 6-7 

1937 ' W 12-2 

1938 • L 7-14 

1939 L 0-20 



1940 ' 

1941 ' 

1949 ■ 

1950 ' 



L 0-41 

L 0-26 

W 33-7 

W 25-14 



fiuilfarjL 



/ - Washington, D C. (Griffith Sta- 
dium} 

Georgetown Prep 

1-1 (1-1,0-0) 
1900 • t 0-5 

1900 • W 15-0 

George 
Washington 

11-3(7-2,1-0,3-1) 



1898 

1902 

1903 

1907 

1908 

1909 

1910 

1948 

1949 

1950 

1951 

1953 

1954 

1955 

I -Wash, 

diumj 



L 

W 
W 
W 

L 

L 

W 
W 

w 
w 
w 
w 
w 
w 



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 



ington, D C (Griffith Sto- 



Georgia 



3-2-1 (1-0,2-1,01-1) 



1947 ' 
1950 
1951 
1952 
1953 ■ 
1973 s 



T 

I 

W 
W 

w 

L 



20-20 
7-27 
43-7 
37-0 
40-13 
16-17 



I -Jacksonville, Fla (Color Bowl); 
2-Atlanla, Co. (Fulton County 
Stadium) 

Georgia Tech 



3-10(3 
1988 • 
1989 
1990 • 
1991 
1992 • 
1993 
1994 • 
1995 
1996 • 
1997 
1998 ' 
1999 
2000 • 
/ - Baltimore, 
diumj 



3,06,01) 



13-8 
24-28 

3-31 
10-34 
26-28 

0-38 
42-27 

3-31 
13-10 
18-37 
14-31 
31-49 
22-35 



Md (PSINet Sta- 



Gibraltar Athletic 
Club 

01 (Ol,O0) 
1900 • L 0-17 

Goniaga High 

1-1 (1-1,00) 
1900 • 1 511 
1900 • W 21-0 

Greenville Air Base 

1-0(00, 1-0) 
1943 W 43-18 



10(1-0,00) 
1945 • W 60-6 

Gunton Temple 

1-0(1-0,00) 
1903 • W 21-0 

Hampden-Sydney 

2-2 (2-2, OO) 

1939 • W 25-0 

1940 • I 6-7 

1941 • W 18-0 
1944 • L 0-12 



Haverford 



02(01,01) 

1915 L 0-7 

1916 • I 6-7 



HflUSiOJL 



01 (00,00,01) 
1976 ' L 21-30 
1 -Dallas, Texas (Cotton Bowl} 



Indiana. 



02(00,01,01) 

1934 L 14-17 

1935 ' L 7-13 

1 - Baltimore, Md (Memorial Sta- 
dium) 

Indiana State 



1-0 



1982 



1-0,00) 

W 38-0 



James Madison 

1-0(1-0,00) 
1998 • W 23-15 

Johns Hopkins 

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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-' 

1931 ' 

1932 ' 
1933 
1934 " 



L 

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L 

L 

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T 

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W 
W 

L 

W 
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T 
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0-62 

O30 

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 

35-14 

23-0 

277 

19-0 



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legion Park 3 -Baltimore, Md 
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Kentucky . 



3-2-2 [2-1-1, 11-11 

1931 • T 6-6 

1954 W 20-0 

1956 • I 014 

1975 T 10-10 

1976 • W 2414 

1978 • W 203 

1979 L 7-14 

Lakehurst Natial 

1-0(1-0,00] 
1942 • W 14 



Mississippi 



Louisiana State 

3-0(2-0, 1-0] 

1951 W 27-0 

1952 • W 34-6 
1955 • W 130 

Louisiana Tech 

00-1 (00,00,00-1) 
1990 ' T 34-34 

l -Shreveport. to (Independence 

Louisville 

3-1 (2-0,1-1) 

1978 W 2417 

1979 • W 28-7 
1988 • W 27-16 
1995 L 0-31 

Miami 



7-7 

1948 


1-0,6-6,0-1) 
W 2713 


1949 


W 


13-0 


1953 
1954 


w 
I 


3O0 
7-9 


1956 
1957 


L 

W 


6-13 
16-6 


1958 
1962 
1970 
1972 


w 

L 

I 

I 


26-14 

24-28 

11-18 

8-28 


1982 • 


w 


1817 


1984 


w 


42-40 


1985 ' L 22-29 
1987 L 16-46 

) -Baltimore Md (Memorial S 



Miami (Ohio! 

01 (01,00) 
1969 • I 21-34 

Michigan 

03(00,03) 
1985 I O20 

1989 I 21-41 

1990 L 17-45 

Michigan State 

14(01,1-3) 
1944 • L 0-8 

1944 I 033 

1946 I 14-26 

1947 L 7-14 
1950 W 34-7 

Middle Tennessee 
State 

1-0(1-0,00) 
2000 • W 45-27 

Minnesota 

1-0(00,00,1-0) 
1977 W 17-7 

■ - 



1-1 (1-0,01) 

1952 L 14-21 

1953 • W 380 

Mississippi State 

1-0(1-0,001 
1979 • W 35- 14 



Missouri 



60 (2-0, 3-0, 1-0) 

1949 W 20-7 

1951 • W 350 

1952 W 13-10 

1953 W 20-6 

1954 • W 74-13 

1955 W 13-12 

I 'Jacksonville tin \Gatst Bowl} 

Ml St Joseph's 

2-0 (2-0, 00) 
1902 • W 5-0 

1905 • W 28-0 

Mount St Mary's 
14 (00,1-4) 

1894 L 024 

1902 I 05 

1903 I 02 

1904 W 11-6 
1907 L 6-12 



Mt Washington 

01 (00,01) 
1906 L 0-29 

Blaicy 

5-14(3-2,09,2-3) 

1905 L 0-17 

1906 I 012 

1907 I 0-12 

1908 • I 0-57 
1913 L 076 
1916- I 7-14 

1917 I 0-62 

1930 t 0-6 

1931 ' W 6-0 

1932 •' L 7-28 

1934 I 13-16 

1950 • W 35-21 

1951 • W 4021 

1952 • W 38-7 
1958 : I 14-40 
1959- I 14-22 

1963 L 7-42 

1964 • W 27-22 

1965 I 7-19 

/ - Washington, D C {Griffith Sto- 
dium), 2-Baltimore, Md (Memo- 
rial Stadium] 

Ne^JfuitlL 

2-0(1-0, 1-0) 
1916 W 107 

1918 • W 6-2 

Worth Carolina 

27-05-1 

(14-12, 12-19-1,1-4) 

1920 W 13-0 

1921 L 7-16 

1922 L 3-27 

1923 • W 14-0 

1924 W 6-0 

1925 I 0-16 

1926 • W 14-6 

1927 L 6-7 

1928 • L 19-26 

1929 • L 043 

1930 L 21-28 

1935 L 033 



1936 




014 


1946 




0-33 


1947 - 




0-19 


1948 




2049 


1950 




77 


1951 • 


W 


14-7 


1953 


W 


26-0 


1954 


W 


330 


1955 


W 


25-7 


1956 


L 


6-34 


1957 


W 


21-7 


1958 


L 


0-27 


1959 


W 


14-7 


1960 


W 


2219 


1961 ■ 


L 


8 14 


1962 


W 


31-13 


1963 


I 


7-14 


1964 


W 


10 9 


1965 


L 


10-12 


1967 


I 


0-14 


1968 


W 


33-24 


1970 


L 


20-53 


1971 


I 


1435 


1972 


I 


26-31 


1973 


W 


23-3 


1974 • 


W 


24-12 


1975 


W 


34-7 


1977 


L 


716 


1978 


w 


21-20 


1979 


w 


17-14 


1980 


L 


3-17 


1981 


t 


10-17 


1982 


w 


31-24 


1983 


w 


28-26 


1984 


w 


34-23 


1985 


• w 


28-10 


1986 


I 


30-32 


1987 


I 


1427 


1988 


w 


4138 


1989 


• w 


38-0 


1990 


L 


10-34 


1991 


L 


0-24 


1992 


L 


24-31 


1993 


I 


42-59 


1994 


L 


17-41 


1995 


■ w 


32-18 


1996 


L 


7-38 


1997 


L 


14-40 


1998 


I 


13-24 


1999 


• W 


45-7 


2000 


L 


10-13 



/ - Baltimore, Md {Memorial Sta- 
dium!, 2 -Washington. DC 

{Griffith Stadium). 3 -Norfolk, Vo 



NC_Sjate_ 



25-284 

(13-11-2, 12-15-1,02-1) 

1909 L 0-33 

1917 ' I 6-10 

1921 ' T 6-6 

1922 W 7-6 

1923 W 2£12 

1924 • T 0-0 

1946 I 7-28 

1947 • T 00 

1949 W 14-6 

1950 • L 13-16 

1951 • W 53-0 
1954 W 42-14 

1956 W 25-14 

1957 • I 1348 

1958 W 21-6 

1959 • W 33-28 

1960 I 10-13 

1961 • W 107 

1962 W 14-6 

1963 • I 14-36 

1964 L 13-14 

1965 • I 7-29 

1966 I 21-24 

1967 • L 9-31 



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 
2000 



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0-6 

35-7 

2424 

22-24 

20-10 

37-22 

16-6 

20-24 

31-7 

07 

24-0 

34-9 

23-6 

29-6 

44-21 

31-17 

16-28 

14-42 

3026 

6-10 

13-12 

17-20 

10-14 

21-44 

45-47 

30-13 

8-34 

28-45 

21-35 

17-30 



W2ol 35-28 

I -Woshmgton, DC (Central HS 
Stadium), 2-Bollimore, Md {Me- 
monol Stadium), 3 - Norfolk. Vo 

Northern Illinois 

1-0(1-0,00) 
1996 • W 30-6 



QhioJL 



1-1 (1-1,00) 
1965 • W 24-7 
1997 • L 14-21 



Oklahoma 



04(01,01,021 
1953 ' t 0-7 

1955 ' L 6-20 
1964 • L 3-13 

1967 I 0-35 

I -Miami Fla (Orange Bowl) 

Old Maryland 

I Baltimore! 

3-2-1 (3-1-1,01) 
1896 • T 00 

1902 • L 0-5 

1903 • W 11-0 

1904 L 06 

1905 • W 23-5 
1912 • W 58-0 

Olympia A.C. 

1-0(00,00, 1-0) 
1902 ' W 6-0 

1 - Washington, D C 

Orient A.C. 

2-0 (2-0, 00) 

1893 • W 16-6 

1894 • W 300 



Pennsylvania 

14(0-0, 14) 

1922 I 012 

1923 W 30 
1937 I 21-28 

1940 I 051 

1941 I 6-55 

Pennsylvania 
Military 

2-1-1 (11, 1-01| 

1912 T 13-13 

1913 • I 7-27 

1914 W 260 
1915* W 14 13 

Penn State 



w 



1-35-1 
022,0 

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 

1985 

1986 

1987 

1988 

1989 

1990 

1991 

1992 

1993 

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dium) 

Pittsburgh 



1-12, 

2-1) 
0-57 
14-21 
0-33 
012 
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 
1024 
31-39 
24-25 
18-20 
15-17 
16-21 
10-17 
13-13 
1024 
7-47 
13-49 
7-70 

(Memorial S'a- 



3-2 (2-0, 1-2) 
1980 L 9-38 

1983 • W 13-7 
1986 W 107 

1991 L 2024 

1992 • W 47-34 



Princeton 



02 (00, 02) 
1920 L 035 

1922 I 0-26 

Randolph-Macon 

2-0-1 (2-01,00) 
1904 • T 
1920 • W 54-0 

1923 • W 53-0 



125-1 (7-20, 



Richmond Army 
An Base 

1-0(10 00) 
1943 • W 19-6 

Bichmond 

5-3-1) 
511 
022 
0-12 
220 
12-0 
46-0 
450 
0-0 
23-0 
38-0 
120 
6-19 
21-0 
737 
18-6 
19-0 
31-7 
27-24 



1907 
1908 
1909 
1910 

1911 • 

1912 • 

1913 • 

1922 i 

1923 i 

1924 < 
1936 
1938 • 
1945 
1946 ' 
1947- 
1948 
1976 > 
1977 



I 
I 
I 

W 
W 

w 
w 

T 

W 
W 
W 

I 

w 
I 

w 
w 
w 
w 



Ro.ck.HilL 



3-1-1 (2-10,101) 
1898 T 12-12 

1898 • W 27-0 
1901 • L 516 

1906 W 16-0 

1909 • W 5-0 



Butgers. 



4-3(00,1-3,3-0) 

1920 I 0-6 

1921 W 3-0 
1925 ' W 16-0 
1939 I 12-25 
1940' W 14-7 
1941 I O20 
1942 ' W 27-13 

1 -Philadelphia, Pa. 2-Boltimore, 
Md {Memorial Stodium) 

St John's 
(Annapolis) 

18-11(134,4-7,10) 

1892 L 0-50 

1893 • W 6-0 

1894 L 6-26 
1897 I 4-6 
1899 L 062 
1903 L 0-18 

1905 • W 27-5 

1906 W 204 

1907 • I 0-16 

1908 • L 0-31 

1910 L 0-6 

1911 • I 0-27 

1912 L 027 

1913 W 13-0 

1914 W 27-14 

1915 • W 27-14 

1916 • W 314 

1917 • W 14-3 

1918 W 19-14 

1919 W 27-0 
1921 • L 

1923 • W 28-0 

1930" W 21-13 

1932 • W 24-7 

1933 • W 200 

1934 • W 13-0 

1935 • W 39-6 

1936 • W 2O0 

1937 • W 25-0 

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South Carolina 

17-11 (11-2,6-9) 



1926 
1927 
1928 
1929 
1945 
1946 
1947 
1948 
1949 
1953 
1954 
1955 
1956 
1957 
1958 
1959 
1960 
1961 
1962 
1963 
1964 
1965 
1966 
1967 
1968 
1969 
1970 
1971 



L 
W 

L 

I 
W 

I 

w 
w 
w 
w 
w 
w 
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w 
w 

L 

W 
I 

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I 

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w 
w 

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W 

I 
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012 

26-0 

721 

6-26 

19-13 

17-21 

1913 

19-7 

447 

244 

200 

270 

0-13 

10-6 

10-6 

6-22 

15-0 

1O20 

13-11 

13-21 

24-6 

27-14 

14-2 

0-31 

21-19 

017 

21-15 

6-35 



Southern 
Methodist 



2-0 (10, 1-0) 

1961 W 14-6 

1962 • W 7-0 



Swarthmore 



01 (01,00) 
1919 • L 6-10 



Syracuse 



14-18-2 
(5-9-1,6-9,3-01) 

1920 W 10-7 

1921 L 0-42 
1935 T 0-0 
1936- W 200 

1937 W 13-0 

1938 L 053 

1939 • L 7-10 

1955 W 34-13 

1956 • I 12-26 
1959 L 0-29 
1961 • W 22-21 

1965 • I 7-24 

1966 • L 7-28 

1967 • L 3-7 

1968 I 14-32 

1969 • I 9-20 

1970 I 7-23 

1971 • L 13-21 

1972 I 12-16 

1973 • W 380 

1974 W 310 

1975 • W 24-7 

1976 W 42-28 

1977 • W 24-10 

1978 W 24-9 

1981 • T 17-17 

1982 W 26-3 

1983 • W 34-13 

1984 • L 7-23 
1985' W 35-18 

1987 I 11-25 

1988 L 9-20 
1991 • L 17-31 
1994 L 16-21 

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1903 

1906 ' 

1907 ■ 

1908 ' 

1909 ' 

1911 • 

1912 • 



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W 
W 

w 

L 

L 

W 
W 



27-0 
5-0 

13-0 
5-6 

0-11 
6-0 

31-6 



I -Washington, DC. 

Temple 



40 (2-0, 2-0] 

1997 W 24-2 

1998 • W 30-20 

1999 W 6-0 

2000 • W 17-10 

Tennessee 

2-5(01,02,2-2) 

28-13 

7-34 

0-16 

3-7 

8-26 

23-30 

28-27 



1951 ' 
1956 
1957 • 
1974 2 
1975 
1983 3 
1984" 



W 

L 

L 

L 

L 

L 
W 



/ - New Orleans, La. (Tulane-Sugor Bawl 
Stadium}, 2-Memphis, Tenn. (Liberty 
Bowl Memorial Stadium}, 3 -Orlando, 
Fla. (Florida Citrus Bowl); 4 -El Paso, 
Texas (Sun Bowl} 

Iexas 

03(01,01,01) 

1959 L 0-26 

1960 • I 0-34 
1978 ' L 0-42 

/ -El Paso, Texas (Sun Bowl} 

Texas ASM 

02(01,01) 

1957 L 13-21 

1958 • L 10-14 

Third Army Corps 

1-0(00,00,1-0) 
1922 ' W 7-0 

I -Baltimore, Md. (Homewood Field} 

Tulane 



1933 
1973 • 
1978 • 

1981 
1994 • 
1995 

UCLA_ 



4-2(3-0,1-2) 
L O20 
W 



w 

L 

W 
W 



42-9 

31-7 

7-14 

38-10 

29-10 



1-1 (1-0,01) 

1954 L 7-12 

1955 • W 7-0 



U.S. Marines 



1-0(1-0,00) 

1901 • W 27-0 

U.S. Mercha nt Marine 

1-0(1-0,00) 

1945 • W 226 



1927 

1931 

1932' 

1947 

1948 

1980 ■ 

1981 

1983 

1984 ' 

1986 ' 

1987 



2039 
12-39 

0-13 

20-6 

0-34 

31-6 

17-23 

21-14 

14-23 

35-21 

24-34 



IY0/ L Z4-J4 

1 / - Washington, D C (Griffith Stadium/ 



Villanpva 



8-2 (8-2, 00) 



1970 
1971 i 
1972 

1973 ' 

1974 ' 

1975 ■ 

1976 • 

1977 ' 

1979 i 

1980 ' 

Virginia. 



L 
L 

W 
W 

w 
w 
w 
w 
w 
w 



3-21 
13-28 
37-7 
31-3 
41-0 
41-0 
20-9 
19-13 
24-20 
7-3 



37- 

(17-102, 

1919 W 

1925 

1926 

1927 

1928 

1929 



1930 
1931 
1932 
1933 
1934 
1935 
1936 
1937 
1938 
1939 
1940 
1942 
1943 
1944 
1945 
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 



26-2 
19-15,1-1) 

13-0 

0-6 

6-6 

0-21 

18-2 

13-13 

14-6 

7-6 

6-7 

0-6 

20-0 

14-7 

21-0 

3-0 

19-27 

7-12 

6-19 

2712 

0-39 

7-18 

19-13 

12-0 

44-6 

55-12 

44-12 

16-28 

4018 

21-6 

10-0 

27-33 

17-41 

7-12 

23-28 

17-14 

17-14 

27-29 

24-23 

33-0 

10-0 

62-24 

28-0 

28-0 

17-7 

17-7 

31-0 

48-7 

45-14 

233 

45-34 

33-21 



1986 
1987 i 
1988 
1989 ' 
1990 
1991 < 
1992 
1993 ' 
1994 
1995 ' 
1996 
1997 ■ 
1998 
1999 • 
2000 



W 
W 

L 

I 

W 
W 

I 

L 

L 

L 

L 

L 

L 

L 

L 



42-10 
21-19 
23-24 
21-48 
35-30 
17-6 
15-28 
29-43 
21-46 
18-21 
3-21 
0-45 
19-31 
30-34 
23-31 



Wake Forest 



I -Washington. DC (Griffith Stadium! 

Virginia Military 
Institute 

14-9-2(44,74-2,3-1) 



1910 

1916 • 

1917 

1918 

1927 

1928 

1929 

1930 

1931 

1932 

1933 

1934 ' 

1935 

1936* 

1937 

1938 • 

1939 2 

1940 • 

1941 • 
1942 
1943 3 
1944 ' 
1945 • 

1971 • 

1972 • 



L 

W 

T 

W 
W 

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W 

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W 

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L 
L 
L 
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w 
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08 

15-9 

14-14 

7-6 
10-6 

0-0 

6-7 

20-0 

41-20 

12-7 

13-19 

23-0 

6-0 
7-13 

9-7 
14-47 
14-47 
0-20 
0-27 
0-29 
34-21 

8-6 

38-0 

38-0 

28-16 



1 - Baltimore, Md (Memorial Stadium}; 
2-Norfoltc, Vo; 3 -Roanoke. Vo 



Virginia Tech 



15-11 (4-2,4-3,7-6) 

1919 • 

1920 

1921 ' 

1922 

1923 ' 

1924' 

1925' 

1926 3 

1927 3 

1928 J 

1929 3 

1930 3 
1931 

1932 • 

1933 ' 

1934 3 

1935 ' 

1936 5 
1945 
1946 • 
1947 
1948 •' 
1949 
1950' 
1990 • 
1993 



L 

W 
W 

L 

L 

L 

L 

L 
W 

L 

W 
W 

w 

L 

L 

W 
W 
W 

L 

W 
W 
W 
W 
W 
W 

L 



0-6 

7-0 
10-7 
0-21 
9-16 
012 

03 
8-24 
13-7 

6-9 
24-0 
13-7 
2O0 
0-23 
0-14 
14-9 

7-0 

6-0 
13-21 

6-0 
21-19 
28-0 
34-7 
63-7 
20-13 
28-55 



I -Washington, DC (Griffith Stadium!; 
2 -Washington, DC ICenltal H SI, 3- 
Norfolk, Vo 4 -Baltimore, Md (Memo- 
rial Stadium); 5 -Roanoke, Vo 



35-13-1(17-7,18^1) 



1917 
1943 
1944 
1954 
1955 
1956 
1957 
1958 
1959 
1960 
1961 
1962 
1963 
1964 
1965 
1966 
1967 
1968 
1969 
1971 
1972 
1973 
1974 
1975 
1976 
1977 
1978 
1979 
1980 
1981 
1982 
1983 
1984 
1985 
1986 
1987 
1988 
1989 
1990 
1991 
1992 
1993 
1994 
1995 
1996 
1997 
1998 
1999 
2000 



W 
W 

I 

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W 
W 
W 

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W 
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W 

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13-7 
0-39 

13-13 
28-7 
6-0 
27-0 
0-34 
7-10 

14-13 
10-7 
13-2 
32-0 

17-21 
10-7 
34-7 

17-35 

14-38 

19-14 

14-18 
23-0 
37-0 
470 
27-0 

17-15 
35-7 
39-0 

1725 

11-10 
45-33 

52-31 
36-33 

38-17 
26-3 

21-27 
14-0 

24-27 
27-7 

41-13 

23-22 

23-30 

33-32 

31-7 

9-6 

52-0 

17-35 

10-20 

17-14 
37-7 



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01 (00,01) 
1901 L 0-36 



Washington 



Ol (O0,O0,Ol| 
1982 ' L 20-21 

I -Honolulu, Hawaii (Aloha Stadium! 



Washington & Lee 

135-2(53-2,2-2,60) 



1924 
1925 
1926 
1927 
1928 
1930 
1931 
1932 
1933 
1934 
1935 
1936 
1937 
1938 
1940 
1941 
1942 
1946 
1951 
1953 

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L 
L 
L 
I 

W 
W 

w 
w 
w 

L 

T 

W 

w 
w 

T 
W 
W 
W 
W 
W 



7-19 
3-7 
0-3 

6-13 
6-0 

41-7 

13-7 
6-0 
33-13 
0-7 
0-0 

19-6 
80 
19-13 
7-7 
6-0 
32-28 

24-7 
54-14 

52-0 



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2 -Baltimore, Md (Memorial Stadium) 

Washington College 



19-3 



1894 
1902 
1903 

1905 
1906 
1907 
1908 ' 
1910 • 
1911 
1912 
1913 ■ 
1914 
1915 < 
1920 ' 

1924 - 

1925 i 

1926 > 

1927 i 

1928 ■ 

1929 ' 

1930 ■ 

1931 > 

1932 ' 



1 (15-1,4-2-1) 
W 12-0 



T 
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W 
W 
W 
W 
W 
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28-0 

0-17 

35-0 

105 

0-11 

5-0 

5-17 

1-0 

2-0 

3-0 

28-13 

27-0 

23-0 

13-0 

63-0 

8O0 

31-0 

34-7 

606 

13-0 

63-0 



Western Carolina 

1-0(1-0,00) 
1999* W 51-10 

Western High 

OO-l (00-1,00) 
1900 • T 0-0 

Western Maryland 



1893 

1894 ' 

1896 

1898 

1899 

1901 ' 

1902 

1903 

1904 

1905 

1910 

1911 • 

1912 

1913 • 

1914 

1915 ■ 

1918-' 

1919 < 

1928 ' 



17-14-1 
(64,3-5,8-5-1) 
18-10 
52-0 
16-6 
0-32 
0-21 
0-36 
6-26 
6-0 
0-5 
0-10 
3-17 
0-6 
17-7 
460 
13-20 
51-0 
19-0 
20-0 
13-6 



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w 
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L 
L 
L 
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w 
w 
w 



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1930 3 

1931 3 

1932 3 

1933 3 

1935 3 

1936 J 

1937 • 

1938 J 
1939 ' 
1940 3 

1941 3 

1942 3 



L 
L 

W 
L 

L 
W 

L 

W 
W 
W 
W 

T 
W 



012 

0-7 

41-6 

7-39 

7-13 

22-7 

0-12 

6-0 

14-8 

12-0 

6-0 

6-6 

51-0 



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(Homewood Field}, 3 -Baltimore, Md. 
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1989 



1-0(1-0,00) 
W 23-0 



West Virginia 



1919 
1943 
1944 
1945 
1947 
1948 
1949 
1950 
1951 
1959 
1960 
1966 
1969 
1970 
1973 
1976 
1977 
1980 
1981 
1982 
1983 
1984 
1985 
1986 
1987 
1988 
1989 
1990 
1991 
1992 
1993 
1994 
1995 
1996 
1997 
1998 
1999 
2000 



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027 

2-6 

6-6 

13-13 

270 

14-16 

47-7 

41-0 

54-7 

27-7 

31-8 

28-9 

7-31 

10-20 

13-20 

24-3 

16-24 

14-11 

13-17 

18-19 

21-31 

2017 

28-0 

24-3 



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L 

W 
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L 

L 

W 
W 

L 

L 

L 
W 

L 



10-14 
14-10 

7-37 
33-34 
37-42 
24-13 
31-17 

013 
14-31 
20-42 

33-0 
17-30 



William & Mary 

1-2(01,1-1) 

1905 W 17-0 

1945 • I 14-33 

1946 I 7-41 

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1919 
1921 
1922 
1923 
1924 
1925 
1926 
1927 
1928 
1929 
1930 



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ALL-TIME SERIES RECORDS 



Opponent (Gomes Ployed) 


Record 


First 


Last 


Opponent (Games Ployed! 


Record 


First 


Lost 


Opponent (Gomes Played} 


Record 


First 


Last 


Air Force (2) 


200 


1961 


1963 


Georgia Tech (13) 


3-10-0 


1988 


2000 


Penn Stale (37) 


1-35-1 


1917 


1993 


Alabama (3) 


1-2-0 


1952 


1974 


Gibraltar Athletic Club ( 1 ) 


0-1-0 


1900 


1900 


Pittsburgh (5) 


3-2-0 


1980 


1992 


Alabama-Birmingham ( 1 1 


1-0-0 


1996 


1996 


Gonzaga High (2) 


1-1-0 


1900 


1900 


Princeton (2) 


0-2-0 


1920 


1922 


Alexandria High |l| 


1-0-0 


1896 


1896 


Greenville Air Base ( 1 ) 


1-0 


1943 


1943 


Randolph-Macon (3) 


2-0-1 


1904 


1923 


American U. (1) 


0-1-0 


1918 


1918 


Guilford College ( 1 1 


1-0-0 


1945 


1945 


Richmond Army Air Base ( 1 ) 


1-0-0 


1943 


1943 


Auburn (3| 


1-2-0 


1952 


1983 


Gunton Temple (1 ) 


100 


1903 


1903 


Richmond (18) 


12-5-1 


1907 


1977 


Bainbridge Naval (2) 


110 


1943 


1946 


Hampden-Sydney (4) 


2-2-0 


1939 


1944 


Rock Hill College (5) 


3-1-1 


1898 


1909 


Baltimore Ciiy College |3) 


300 


1893 


1913 


Hoverford (2) 


020 


1915 


1916 


Rutgers (7) 


430 


1920 


1942 


Baltimore Medical College (1 1 


0-1-0 


1897 


1897 


Houston (1) 


0-1-0 


1976 


1976 


St. John's (Annapolis) (29) 


18-11-0 


1892 


1937 


Baltimore Poly Institute |4) 


3-1-0 


1905 


1915 


Indiana (2) 


0-2-0 


1934 


1935 


South Carolina (28) 


17-11-0 


1926 


1971 


Baylor (2) 


1-1-0 


1955 


1956 


Indiana Slate (1) 


1-0-0 


1982 


1982 


Southern Methodist (2) 


2-0-0 


1961 


1962 


Bethel Military (l| 


1-0-0 


1896 


1896 


James Madison (1) 


1-0-0 


1998 


1998 


Swarlhmore ( 1 ) 


0-1-0 


1919 


1919 


Boston College (2) 


1-1-0 


1985 


1986 


Johns Hopkins (32) 


16-11-5 


1892 


1934 


Syracuse (34) 


14-18-2 


1920 


1994 


Boston U |2) 


2-0-0 


1949 


1952 


Kentucky (7) 


3-2-2 


1931 


1979 


Tech High (7) 


5-2-0 


1903 


1912 


Business High (1| 


1-0-0 


1896 


1896 


lakehurst Navol (1) 


1-0-0 


1942 


1942 


Temple (4) 


4-0-0 


1997 


2000 


Carnegie Tech ( 1 ] 


0-1-0 


1921 


1921 


Louisiana State (3) 


3-0-0 


1951 


1955 


Tennessee (7) 


2-5-0 


1951 


1984 


Catholic U. (11| 


8-1-2 


1910 


1924 


Louisiana Tech ( 1 ) 


0-0-1 


1990 


1990 


Texas (3) 


0-3-0 


1959 


1978 


Central High (8) 


6-2-0 


1893 


1911 


Louisville (4) 


3-1-0 


1978 


1995 


TexasA&M(2| 


0-2-0 


1957 


1958 


Charlotte Hall Academy ( 1 ] 


1-0-0 


1900 


1900 


Miami (14) 


7-7-0 


1948 


1987 


Third Army Corps (1 ) 


1-0-0 


1922 


1922 


Chicago (1) 


0-10 


1926 


1926 


Miami U (Ohio) (1) 


0-1-0 


1969 


1969 


Tulane (6) 


4-2-0 


1933 


1995 


Cincinnati (2| 


2-0-0 


1975 


1976 


Michigan (3) 


0-3-0 


1985 


1990 


UCLA (2) 


1-10 


1954 


1955 


Clemson (49) 


20-27-2 


1952 


2000 


Michigan Slate (5) 


1-4-0 


1944 


1950 


U.S. Marines (1) 


100 


1901 


1901 


Clifton Athletic Club 1 1 1 


1-0-0 


1903 


1903 


Middle Tennessee Stale ( 1 ) 


1-0-0 


2000 


2000 


US. Merchant Marines ( 1 ) 


100 


1945 


1945 


Colonial Athletic Club ( 1 ] 


0-1-0 


1894 


1894 


Minnesota ( 1 ) 


1-0-0 


1977 


1977 


Vanderbilt(ll) 


4-70 


1927 


1987 


Connecticut ( 1 ) 


1-0-0 


1942 


1942 


Mississippi (2) 


1-1-0 


1952 


1953 


Villanovo(lO) 


8-2-0 


1970 


1980 


Crescent Athletic Club (1) 


1-0-0 


1892 


1892 


Mississippi State ( 1 ) 


1-0-0 


1979 


1979 


Virginia (65) 


37-26-2 


1919 


2000 


Curtis Bay Coast Guard ( 1 ) 


0-1-0 


1943 


1943 


Missouri (6) 


6-0-0 


1949 


1955 


Virginia Military (25) 


14-9-2 


1910 


1972 


Delaware (9) 


3-5-1 


1899 


1948 


Mount St. Joseph's (2) 


2-0-0 


1902 


1905 


Virginia Tech (26) 


15-110 


1919 


1993 


Dickinson (1] 


1-00 


1916 


1916 


Mount St. Mary's (5) 


1-4-0 


1894 


1907 


Wake Forest (49) 


35-13-1 


1917 


2000 


Duke (44) 


26-18-0 


1932 


2000 


Mount Washington ( 1 ) 


0-1-0 


1906 


1906 


Walbrook Athletic Club (1) 


0-1-0 


1901 


1901 


Duquesne (1) 


1-0-0 


1947 


1947 


Navy (19) 


5-14-0 


1905 


1965 


Washington ( 1 ) 


0-1-0 


1982 


1982 


Eastern High |5| 


4-1-0 


1893 


1899 


New York U (2) 


2-00 


1916 


1918 


Washington & Lee (20) 


13-5-2 


1924 


1953 


Episcopal High (4] 


0-4-0 


1892 


1900 


North Carolina (63) 


27-35-1 


1920 


2000 


Washington College (23) 


19-3-1 


1894 


1932 


Florida (17) 


6-11-0 


1927 


1981 


NC State (57) 


25-28-4 


1909 


2000 


Western Carolina (1) 


100 


1999 


1999 


Florida State (11) 


0-11-0 


1966 


2000 


Northern Illinois (1) 


1-0-0 


1996 


1996 


Western High ( 1 ) 


0O-1 


1900 


1900 


Fort Monroe ( 1 ) 


0-0-1 


1904 


1904 


Ohio U. (2) 


1-1-0 


1965 


1997 


Western Maryland (32) 


17-14-1 


1893 


1942 


Fredricksburg (Va.) (2) 


2-0-0 


1908 


1911 


Oklahoma (4) 


0-4-0 


1953 


1967 


Western Michigan (1 ) 


100 


1989 


1989 


Galloudet (16) 


9-6-1 


1896 


1929 


Old Maryland (Baltimore) (6) 


3-2-1 


1896 


1912 


West Virginia (38) 


17-19-2 


1919 


2000 


Georgetown (16) 


6-iao 


1894 


1950 


Olympic Athletic Club (1) 


1-0-0 


1902 


1902 


William & Mary (3) 


1-20 


1905 


1946 


Georgetown Prep (2) 


1-1-0 


1900 


1900 


Orient Athletic Club (2) 


2-0-0 


1893 


1894 


Yale (ll| 


2-8-1 


1919 


1930 


George Washington (14) 


11-3-0 


1898 


1955 


Pennsylvania (5) 


1-4-0 


1922 


1941 










Georgia (6) 


3-2-1 


1947 


1973 


Pennsylvania Military (4) 


2-1-1 


1912 


1915 












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TERPS IN FINAL BANKINGS 




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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/CUSA Today/ 
CNN Poll 



AUolfcL 



1952. 



1949. 



Notre Dame 
Oklahoma 
California 
Army 
Rice 

Ohio State 
Michigan 
Minnesota 
Louisiana State 
10. Pacific 
Kentucky 

12. Cornell 

13. Villanova 

1 4. Maryland 

15. Santa Clara 

16. North Carolina 

17. Tennessee 

18. Princeton 

19. Michigan State 

20. Missouri 
Baylor 



195L 



Tennessee 

Michigan State 

Maryland 

Illinois 

Georgia Tech 

Princeton 

Stanford 

Wisconsin 

Baylor 

Oklahoma 

Texas Christian 

12. California 

13. Virginia 

14. San Francisco 
15 Kentucky 

16. Boston Univ. 
17 UCLA 

18. Washinc'nn State 

19. Holy Cross 

20. Clemson 



Michigan State 
Georgia Tech 
Notre Dame 
Oklahoma 

use 

UCLA 

Mississippi 

Tennessee 

Alabama 

Texas 

Wisconsin 

Tulsa 

Maryland 

Syracuse 

Florida 

Duke 

Ohio State 

Purdue 

Princeton 

Kentucky 



1955. 



19Z5. 



1982- 



2. 

3. 

4. 

5. 

6. 

7. 

8. 

9. 

10. 

11. 

12. 

13. 

14. 

15. 

16. 

17. 

18. 

19. 

20. 



1953. 



Maryland 

Notre Dame 

Michigan 

Oklahoma 

UCLA 

Rice 

Illinois 

Georgia Tech 

Iowa 

West Virginia 

Texas 

Texas Tech 

Alabama 

Army 

Wisconsin 

Kentucky 



1. 
2. 

3. 

4. 

5. 

6. 

7. 

8. 

9. 

10. 

11. 

12. 

13. 

14. 

15. 

16. 

17 Auburn 

18. Duke 

19. Stanford 

20. Michigan 

1954 



Ohio State 

UCIA 

Oklahoma 

Notre Dame 

Navy 

Mississippi 



7 Army 
8. Maryland 



9. 

10. 

11. 

12. 

13. 

14. 

15. 

16. 

17. 

18. 

19. 

20 



Wisconsin 
Arkansas 
Miomi (Fla.) 
West Virginia 
Auburn 
Duke 
Michigan 
Virginia Tech 

use 

Baylor 
Rice 
Penn State 



12. 
13. 
14. 
15. 
16. 
17. 
18. 
19. 
20. 



Oklahoma 
Michigan State 
Maryland 
UCLA 
Ohio State 
Texas Christian 
Georgia Tech 
Auburn 
Notre Dame 
Mississippi 
Pittsburgh 
Michigan 

use 

Miami (Fla.) 

Miami (Ohio) 

Stanford 

Texas A&M 

Navy 

West Virginia 

Army 



1923. 



Notre Dame 

Ohio State 

Oklahoma 

Alabama 

Penn State 

Michigan 

Nebraska 

use 

Arizona State 
Houston 
Texas Tech 
UCLA 

Louisiana State 
Texas 
15 Miami (Ohio) 

16. NC State 

17. Missouri 

18. Kansas 

19. Tennessee 

20. Maryland 



12. 
13. 
14. 



Tulane 



1974. 



Oklahoma 

use 

Michigan 
Ohio State 
Alabama 
Notre Dame 
Penn State 
Auburn 
Nebraska 
Miami (Ohio) 
NC State 
Michigan State 
Maryland 
Baylor 
Florida 
Texas A&M 
Mississippi State 
Texas 
Houston 
Tennessee 



2. 

3. 

4 

5. 

6 

7 

8. 

9. 

10. 

11. 

12. 

13. 

14. 

15. 

16 

17 

19 
20. 



10. 

11. 
12. 
13. 
14 
15. 
16. 
17. 
18. 
19. 
20. 



Oklahoma 

Arizona State 

Alabama 

Ohio State 

UCLA 

Texas 

Arkansas 

Michigan 

Nebraska 

Penn State 

Texas A&M 

Miami (Ohio) 

Maryland 

California 

Pittsburgh 

Colorado 

use 

Arizona 
Georgia 
West Virginia 



1929. 



i. 

2. 

3. 

4. 

5. 

6. 

7 

8. 

9. 

10. 

11. 

12. 

13 

14. 

15. 

16. 

17 

18 

19. 

20. 



Pittsburgh 

use 

Michigan 

Houston 

Oklahoma 

Ohio State 

Texas A&M 

Maryland 

Nebraska 

Georgia 

Alabama 

Notre Dame 

Texas Tech 

Oklahoma State 

UCLA 

Colorado 

Rutgers 

Kentucky 

Iowa State 

Mississippi State 



1929- 



Alabama 

use 

Oklahoma 

Penn State 

Michigan 

Clemson 

Notre Dame 

Nebraska 

Texas 

Houston 

Arkansas 

Michigan State 

Purdue 

UCLA 

Missouri 

16. Georgia 

17. Stanford 
18 NC State 

19. Texas A&M 

20. Maryland 



Penn State 

So. Methodist 

Nebraska 

Georgia 

UCLA 

Arizona State 

Washington 

Clemson 

Arkansas 

Pittsburgh 

Louisiana State 

Ohio State 

Florida State 

Auburn 

use 

Oklahoma 
Texas 

North Carolina 
West Virginia 



2. 

3. 

4. 

5. 

'6. 

7. 

8. 

9. 

10. 

11. 

12. 

13. 

14. 

15. 

16. 

17. 

18. 

19. 



20. Maryland 

1984 



i. 

2. 

3 

4. 

5. 

6. 

7. 

8. 

9. 

10. 

11. 



Brigham Young 
Washington 
Florida 
Nebraska 
Boston College 
Oklahoma 
Oklahoma State 
So. Methodist 
UCLA 

use 

South Carolina 



1 2. Maryland 

13. Ohio State 

14. Auburn 

15 Louisiana State 

16. Iowa 

17 Florida State 

18 Miami (Fla.) 

19. Kentucky 

20. Virginia 

1985 



2. 

3. 

4. 

5. 

6. 

7. 

8. 

9. 

10. 

11. 

12. 

13. 

14. 

15. 

16. 



Oklahoma 
Michigan 
Penn State 
Tennessee 
Florida 
Texas A&M 
UCLA 
Air Force 
Miami (Fla ) 
Iowa 

Nebraska 
Arkansas 
Alabama 
Ohio State 
Florida State 
Brigham Young 



17 Baylor 

18. Maryland 

19. Georgia Tech 

20. Louisiana State 



AP Banking Totals 



Years Ranked 23 

Weeks Ranked 153 

First Ranking Nov. 14, 1949 

Last Ranking Sept. 25, 1 995 

Weeks In Top 10 72 

Weeks at # 1 6 Weeks at #2 ... 1 2 

Weeks at #3 12 Weeks at #4 5 

Weeks at #5 9 Weeks at #6 7 

Weeks at #7 6 Weeks at #8 6 

Weeksat#9 2 Weeksat#10 7 



USA Today/CNN Polls 



1992- 



Penn State 
So. Methodist 
Nebraska 
Georgia 
UCLA 

Arizona State 
Pittsburgh 
Arkansas 
Clemson 
Washington 
Louisiana State 
Florida State 
Ohio State 

use 

Oklahoma 

Auburn 

West Virginia 

Maryland 

North Carolina 

Texas 

Michigan 

Alabama 

Tulsa 

Iowa 

Florida 



1994. 



2. 

3. 

4, 

5. 

6. 

7. 

8. 

9. 

10. 

11. 

12. 

13. 

14 

15. 

16. 

17 

18. 

19. 

20. 

21. 

22. 

23. 

24. 

25. 



1983- 



1. 


Miami (Fla.) 


2. 


Auburn 


3. 


Nebraska 


4. 


Georgia 


5. 


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Aziz Abdur-Ro 'oof 
Abbott, Robert .... ...1971 

Abdur-Ra'oof, Azizuddin 1984, '85, '86, '87 

Abrams, Richard 1994 

Absher, Dick, 1964, '65, '66 

Adorns, Chester 1908 

Adorns, Donald 1925, '26, '27 

Adams, Ron 1963/64 

Adams, Steve 1981 

Agent. Mark 1986, '87, '88, '89 

Aitcheson, Leither 1917 

Ailcheson, Whitney 1913/14 

Albarano. Ralph 1937, '38, '39 

Albrecht, George 1952, '53, '54 

Albrittain. Lemuel 1902, '03 

Alderton, Gene 1955/56/57 

Alderlon, John .. 1950/51/52 

Alexander, Richard 1941 

AlkireJohn 1973,74 

Alston, O'Brien 1984, '85, '86, '87 

Ambrusko, Ken 1962, '64, '65 

Ambush, leroy .2000 

Amend. David 1984, '85, '86, '87 

Anderson, Mike 1986, '87, '88, '89 

Andorka, Bill 1934 

Andrews, Olin 1908, '09, '10 

Andrus, Robert 1946 

Annon, Nick 1992 

Apolenis, Jason 1995/96/97 

Arbutina, Matt 1963, '64, '65 

Arizzi, Ernie 1961/62/63 

Mine, 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 

Avellmi Bob 1972/73/74 

Axt.R.W. (Dutch] 1915/16/17 




Horry Bonk 

Bach, Billy 1966 

Badonjek, Rick 1982. '83. '84, 85 

Badgett, Marcus 1990, '91, '92 

Bafford, Horold 1925, '26, '27 

Bagronoff, Larry 1963, '64, '65 

Baierl, Ralph 1953. '54 

Bailey, Cabel (Zeke) 1918, 19, 2^ '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 

Baldanle, John 1978, '79 

Baldwin, Clarence 1981/82/83 

Banner, Murnis 1960/61/62 

BannonJ.G. .. 1892/93/94 

Barbiasz, Chris 1979/80 

Barkalow, Gerald 1945 

Barlund, Dick 1959, '60, '61 

Barnard, Brooks 1999, 00 

Barnes, George 1941, '42, '45 

Barnes, Hank 1969, '70, '71 

Baroni, John 1947, '48 

Barritt, Ed .... 1952 

Bartlett, WD. . ... 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 

Bealty, 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, Jock 1953/54 

Bowland. Bill 1904, '05, '06 

Bowlandjay 1911/12/13/14 

Bowman, Chorles 1967 

Boxold, Charles 1953/54 

Boydajohn 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. Waller .. 1933 

Bragg, Jamie 1992, '93, 94 

Bramson, Bernardo 1964, '65, '66 

Brancalojoe 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 

Brkovichjoe 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 

Bruboker, Eric 1975 

Brunson, Wayne 1985, '86, '87, '88 

Bryan, Thomas 1901 

Bryant, Lamar 2000 

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, Uoyd 1976, 77, 78, '80 

Burton, Bob 1961, '62, '63 

Bury, Lou 1962/63 

Buscher, Bernie 1933/34/35 

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Buscher, FA 1932/33 

Bulsko, Harry 1961/62 

Byrd, Bill 1942 

Byrd. Harry C. (Curley) 1905, '06, '07 

Byrom, Bruce 1977, 78, 79, '80 




Brod Con 

Calandra, William ... . ,1971 

Caldwell, Rodney... .... 1982 

Colendine, Eric 1999 

Callahan, Charles 1933, '34, '35 

Calta, Keith 1976,77/78 

Campbell, Joe 1973, 74, 75, 76 

Carina, Jan 1978, 79, '80 

Corliss, 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, Chorles .... 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, '00 

Chiaverini, Len 1962, '63 

Chisori, Thomas 1943, '44, '45 

Chovanes, Eddie 1941, 42, 46 

Christianson, Dove 1951 

Christy, Mike 1998 

Church, C. Grant 1897/98 

Church, L.M 1905 

Ciambor, Steve 1967, '68, '69 

Cianciulli, Steve 1978 

Gondii, Dave 1949, '50, '51 

Cichowski, Tom 1963, '64, '65 

Cielensky, Mike 1973, 74, 75 

Claiborne, Jonathan 1975, 76, 77 

Clork, 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. Gory 1959, '60, '61 

Collins, George 1984, '85 

Collins, Kevin 2000 

Collins, Scott 1977, 78, 79 

Colteryahn, Uoyd 1951, '52 

Colton, George 1984, '85 



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Compton, Barnes 1892, '93 

Condie, Dennis 1960, '61 

Condon, John 1949 

Connolly, Jimmy 2000 

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, lorry 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, Curome 2000 

Cox, Doug 1983, '84 

Cox, Renard 1998, '99 

Crapsler, Jack 1908 

Crawford, Matt 1999, '00 

Crecca, Joseph 1932, '33 

Crosby, Cliff 1996, '97, '98 

Crosland, Robert 1945, '46 

Gossan, Dave 1960, '61, '62 

Crothers, Omar (Gus) 1926, '27, '28 

Cruz, Moises 1997, '98, '00 

Crytzer, Marty 1951, '52, '53 

Cummings, Brian 1994, '95, '96, '97 

Cummins, Richard 1978, '79 




Dave D'Addio 



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 

DeArmeyJohn 1938 

DeBruin, Dave 1991, '92 

DeCarlo, Don 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 

DiOrioJoe 1967, '68 

Dittmorjack 1941, '42 

Divito, Paul 1973, 74, 75 

Doak, Harry 1906, '07 

Dodson, Charlie 1927, '28, '29 

Dominic, Brian 1971 

Donos, Kevin 1983, '84 

Donofrio, Ralph 1966, '67 

Doory, Frank 1943, '44 

Dorter, Don 1977, 78 

Dougals, John 1976, 77 

Drach, Joseph 1945, '46, '47 

Dragon, Doug 1984 

Dross, 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 

Dudo, Mark 1979, '80, '81, '82 

Dudish, Mickey 1976, 77, 78 

Dugan, Jeff 2000 

Duley, Tom 1931 

Dumas, Eric 2000 

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 




Howard Eubanks 

Earley, Harold 1949 

Edel, SamT 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 (Swedel 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 

Feldheim, C.J 2000 

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, '00 

Fosque, Tim 1994 

Foster, Daniel 1975 

Fotta, Bill 1976 

Fowler, Melvin 1998, '99, '00 

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 

Fullerlon, 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 

Gambmo, Lu 1946, '47 

Garber, Chip 1975, 76, 77 

Gardijoe 1957, '58, '59 

Gareis, Hank 1967, '68, '69 

Garner, Enoch 1902 

Garrott, William 1933, '35 

Gary, Guilian 1998, '99, '00 

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 

Gilmorejohn 1940/42 

Gioia, Bob 1980, '81 

Giulianojoe 1986/87 

Glamp, Paul 1976, 78, 79 

Glamp, Pete 1978, 79, '80 

Gleasner, Don 1945 

Glenn, O'Neil 1990 

Glover, Kevin 1982, '83, '84 

Goldman, Luther 1933 

Goode, Joel 1989, '91 

Goodman, Jim 1946, '47, '48 

Gore, Lomont 1993, '94, '95, '96 

Gormleyjohn 1934/35/36 

Grace, Mike 1966, '67, '68 

Graff, Gustavius 1892, '93 

Graham, Duey 1970 

Grant, Bill 1967/68 

Grason, Andy 1 898, '99 

Graves, Monte 1999, '00 

Gray, Eugene 1992, '93, '94, '95 

Green, Dean 1988/89 

Green, Gene 1992 

Greene, Tony 1968, '69, 70 

Greenslein, Erik 1993, '94, '95, '96 

Greer, William 1944/45 

Gregory, Larry 1979 

Gretz, Harry 1933 

Grier, Ernest 1997 

Gross, James . 1981/82/83 



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Groves, John (Booh) 1919, '20, '21, '22, '23 

Guckeyson, Bill 1934, '35, '36 

Guerra, Angel 1992, '93, '94 

Gundecman, Bobby 1982, '83/84 

Gunderman, Ed 1965, '66 

Gunderman, Tom 1957, '58, '59 

Gundry, Jesse ... 1921 







Darryl Hill 

Hock, David 1991, '93, '94 

Hacker, Bob 1959, '60, '61 

Holer, Robert 1943 

Hagen, James 1977 

Hagerman, Tom 1942 

Haley, Bob 1967/68 

Hall, Irving (Bottle) 1923/24 

Hamilton, Fred 1955, '56, '57 

Hamilton, Rovel 2000 

Hamley, James 1969 

Hanes, Norris 1990 

Hannigan, John 1961, '62 

Hanulak, Chet 1951, '52, '53 

Horbert, Doug 1975, '76, '77 

Harding, Samuel (Pop) 1892, '93, '94 

Hardisly, John 1899, 1900 

Harraka, Greg 1982, '83, '84 

Harrell, Greg 1984 

Harris, Derick 1974 

Harris, George 1893, '94 

Harris, Gil 2000 

Harris, Leon 1976 

Harris, Richie 1989/90/91/92 

Harrison, Latrez 1999 

Harrison, Roland 1892, '93, '94 

Hort, R.G 1915 

Hatala, Jason 1997, '98, '99, '00 

Hatfield, Norm 1962, '63 

Hatter, Jim 1956/57/58 

Harton. Hannibal 1905/06 

Haussmann, Kevin 1978 

Havener, Chris 1980 

Hayes, Chris 1998 

Hawkins, Ralph 1955, '56, '57 

Hoyden, Courtney 1930, '31 

Hayman, Edgar 1904 

Headley, Coleman 1934, '35, '36 

Heagy, Al 1927/28/29 

Healy, Don 1955/56/57 

Healyjack 1955/56 

Heffner, Fred 1952/53 

Heine, George 1923, '24 

Heintz, William 1928, '29 

Helbock, Bill 1942 

Helmer, John 1999 

Henderson, EJ 1999, 00 

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 1998/99/00 

Hill, Darryl 1963 

Hill, Greg 1982/83/84 

Hill, Shaun 2000 

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 

Holinkajeff 1983/84/85 

Hollis, 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 

Howard, Tim 2000 

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 1997/00 

Humphries, Howard 1963, '64, '65 

Hunt, Max 1940 

Hunteman, Charles 1912, '13 

Hurd, Art 1951/52 

Hurson, Edward 1943 



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Jim Joyce 

Jackson, Fred ... . .1946 

Jackson, Paul 1996/97/98 

Jackson, Tony . 1997/98/00 

James, Bruce 1995, '96, '98 

James, Eric 1998, '99, '00 

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, '00 

Jennings, Ricky 1973, '74, '75 

Jenkins, Anthony 1995, '97 

Jernigon, Cy 1971, '73 

Joe, Leon 2000 

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, Moncel 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, London 2000 

Jones, Lendell 1981, '82, '83 

Jones, Randall 1998, '99, '00 

Jones, Stan 1951, '52, '53 

Jordan, LaMont 1997, '98, '99, '00 

Joyce, Fred 1962, '63, '64 

Joyce, Jim 1957/58/59 

Joyce, Jim 1981/82/83 

Joyner, Willie 1981/82/83 




Idzikjohn 

Iglehart, John 

Igus, Chris 

Imphong, Mike 

Inge, Bill 

Inge, Wade 

Ingram, Stephen . 
Irvine, John 



Wade Inge 



. 1947/48/49/50 

1905 

1983/84 

1967 

1990/91/92 

1992/93/94/95 
1990/92/93/94 
1952/53/54 



Steve KozJol 

Kalapinski, Matt 1997, '98, '99, '00 

Koleo, John 1992 

Kone, Ed 1966, '67, '68 

Karangalen, Peter 1943 

Kornash, 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 

Kilgallan. 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 

Klingermon, 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 

Kolaroc, George 1954, '55, '56 

Kolencik, Frank 1979/80/81/82 

Kolodne, Walter 1943 

Kolmo, Bill 1956 

Kopka, Brian 1997, '98, '99, '00 

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 

Krantz, Bob 2000 

Krausjoe 1983/84 

Kreiderjohn 1979, '80, '81 

Kremus, Jason 1991, '93 

Kronberg, Vic 1982 

Krouse, William (Sully) 1939, '40 

Krouse, Raymond 1947, '48, '49, '50 

Kubony, Glenn 1968, '69 

Kuchta, Joe 1948, '49, '50 

Kurz.Jim 1946 




Mike Lewis 



Lacy, Michael 1992 

Ladygo, Peter 1950, '51 

Landolt, Dean 1968 

Laneve, Ron 1957, '58 

Longe, Robert 1973, '74 

Lonigan, Pat 1924, '25 

Langlie, Matt 2000 

Larkin, Bob 1980 

larkin, Edward . . 1971 

LaRue, James 1947, '48, '49 

Lory, 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 

lawsonJW .1892 

Layman, Bob 1956, '57, '58 

Lazoro. Bii 1958. '59 



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Lazzarino, Joe 1954, '55 

Leatherman, John 1926 

Lebida, Mark 2000 

LeGore, Waller 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, '00 

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, '00 

Livingston, Phil 1978, '79 

Lloyd, Edward 1938, '39 

Lombard, Henry 1928, '29 

Loncar, Ed 1977, '78 

Loomis, Lynn 1912/13 

Lorlon, 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, James 2000 

Lynch, Leonard 1981, '82, '83, '84 

Lytle, Ken 1993, '95 




Mark Mason 



MaarleveldJ.D 1984, '85 

MacBride, Bob 1969/70 

MacDonald, Alexander .. 1916/17/19/20 

MacDonaldJohn 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 

Marchefli, Nick 1986, '88 

Marchetto, Peter 1977 

Marciniok, 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 

Marline, Roy 1950/51 

Mason, Mark 1990, '91, '92, '93 

Massey, Paul 1946 



Massey, Tom 1898 

Massie, Leonard 1969, '70, '71 

Mastrole, Ken 1996, '97, '98 

Matera, Brian 1977, '78, '79 

Matthews, J. Marsh 1900/01/02 

Matthews, James 1989 

Mattia, Peter 1968, '69, 70 

Mollis, Bob 1982 

May, Charlie 1929, '31 

Mayer, George 1904 

Mayhew, John 1932 

Mayo, Edmund 1903 

McCall, Calvin 1999, '00 

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 

Mierjack 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 

Mono, Joe 1959/60, '62 

Mondroff, Pershing 1937, '39 

Monroe, Scooter 1999, '00 

Mont, Tom 1941, '42, 46 

Montgomery, Tom 1913 

Moore, Eric 1970 

Moore, John 1919/20/21 ','22 

Moore, Robert 1995 



Moran, J. Patrick 1944 

Morgan, Bob 1951, '52, '53 

Morhinweg, Fred 1917 

Morris, Scott 1943 

Morris, William (Country) 1912, '13 

Morrison, Clark 1921 

Mortensen, Carl 1966 

Morter, LaRoy 1945, '46 

Morton, Carl 1986 

Morton, John 1939, '40, '41 

Moss, Joseph : 1949, '50, '51 

Motley, Mark 1994, '95 

Moye-Moore, Marlon 1998, '99, '00 

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, '00 

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 

Nomath, 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 

Niederhelmanjoe 1982/83 

Nolan, Dick 1952, '53 

Norris, John 1930, '31 

Norton, Patrick 1992 

Novak, Dick 1959, '60, '61 

Nusz, Dave 1953/54/55 




Gene Ochop 

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, '00 

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, '00 

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 

Petty, Phil 1964/65 

Pettit, Bill 1964 

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 

Pobiok, Ed 1948/49/50 

Poling, William 1945, '46 

Pollock, George (Rosy) 1921, '22, '23 

Polyanski, Stan 1955 

Pompey, Kevin 1990 



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Poppelman, Ray 1930, '31, '32 

• Posy, Gilbert 1909, '10, '11 

. Posey, Walter 1913, 'U, '15, '16, '17 

.Pouleuf, At 1902, '03 

. Powers, Worren 1985, '86, '87, '88 

| Prough, Peorse 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, Bait 1971, '72, '73 




Tirrtmy Quander 

Quander, Timmy 1982 

Queen, C.J 1896 



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 

Roundtree, Durrand . 2000 

Rowden, Jake 1947, '48, '49, '50 

Roy, Ken 1973, '74, '75, 76 

Rudolph, Scott 1997, '98, '99, '00 

Ruff, Seymour 1912, '13, '14 

Ruffner, Robert 1905, '06, '07 

Ruggjohn 1985, '86, '87, '88 

Rushnak, Bob 1989 

Rusevlyan, Bob 1956, '57, '58 

Russell, Frank 1972, 73, 74 

Russell, Keon 1998 

Ryan, Charley 1943 




Ernie Salley 



Robert Raba 



Roba, Robert 1973, 74, 75, 76 

Radice, Julie 1928/29 

Roe, Tom 1960, '61, '62 

Roedy, Mike 1918, 19 

Rather, Derrick 1993, '94, '95 

Ralliff Don 1970,71,72 

I 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, 00 

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 Bl 

Rodgers, Buddy 1994, 95 K - 

Rodgers, Michael 1992 

Rog, Ed 1962 



Sabrowski, Jon 

Sachs, George 

Sadler, Alan 

Salgado, Rich 

Salkeld, Scott 

Salley, Ernie 

Sampson, Neal 

Sanders, Lewis 

Sandusky, Mike 

Sondwisch, Jim 

Sankovich, Tom 

Santa, Jim 

Santacroce, Leonard 

Santy, Tony 

Sappington, Earl 

Saunders, Oswald 

Saylor, Scott 

Scarbath, Dick 

Scarbath, Jack 

Schaefer, Rich 

Schick, Tom 

Schmaltz, Richard 

Schmitt, Jeff 

Schankweiler, Scott..., 

Schnebley, Robert 

Schneider, Leroy 

Schoenherr, Charley .. 
Schrecongost, John .... 

Schroy, Ken 

Schultz, Eddie 

Schultz, Ferdinand 

Schultz, John 

Schwartz, Robert 

Schwartz, Victor 

Schwarz, Edward 

Schwarz, Kurt 

Scioscio, Karney 

Scott, Chad 

Scott, George 

Scott, Ken 

Scott, Seon 



1984/85/86 

1933/34/35 

1982/83 

1989 

1994 

. 1974, 75, 76, 77 

1984/85 

1996, '97, '99 

1954/55/56 

1990/91 

1959/60/61 

1972,73,74 

1970 

1965/66/67 

1899 

1908, '09 

1986/87/88/89 

1958 

1950/51/52 

1963, '64 

1973, 74, 75 

1974,76 

1983 

1983, '84, '85 

1942 

1943 

1943 

1945 

1972, 73, 74 

1983/84 

1945 

1973/74,75 

1975 

1957, '58, '59 

. 1945, '46, '47, '48 

1957, '58, '59 

1949, '50, '51 

1995, '96 

. 1976, 77 

1971,72,73 

1984/85/86/87 



Scott, Vincent 1958/59/60 

Scotti, Ben 1956/57/58 

Scotti, Tony 1958, '59 

Scriber, Spencer 1980, '82, '83 

Scriber, Slephon 1984, '85, '86 

Seder, Lorry 1975, 76, 77 

Seiberl, 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 

Shorpless, 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 

Shime, William 2000 

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, '00 

Siljkovic, Vedad 2000 

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 

Sisler, Paul 1993 

Skardajim 1955/56 

Skinner, WW 1892 

Skolnicki, Frank 1937, '38, '39 

Slaninka, Richard 1968, '69, 70 

Smith, Andrew 2000 

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, Scotl 2000 

Smith, Wesley 1902, '04 

Snader, Chris 1999, '00 

Sniscok, Bernie 1946 

Snyder, Gerald 1926. 77, '28 

Snyder, leo 1917/18/20 

Snyder, Robert 1933 

Sobel, Mark 1981 



Sochko, Mik.. 1975,76,77 

Soil, Ron 1981/82/83 

Sonntag, Ralph 1967, '68, '69 

Soporowski, Raymond 1969, 70, 71 

Soma, John 1984, '85, '86, '87 

Sorrenlmo, Pete 1995 

Solhoron, Norwood 1932/34 

Speer, Talbot 1915 

Spinelli, Dennis 1986, '87, '88, '89 

Springer, Bruce ,., 1965 

Stable, Sydney 1909 

Staffien, Don 1950/51/52 

Stoffileno, Ron 1990, '91, '92 

Staines, Pot . 1987 

Slolo, Dom .... 1952 

Stalfort, Carl .... 1933. '34, '35 

Stalnaker, Wolly 1967/68/69 

Stanford, John 1975/76,77 

Slankus, Ray 1951, '52 

Sterner, Sean 1999, '00 

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, lorry 1977, 78, 79 

Stewart, Todd ,. 1997 

Stewart, Tyrone 1999, 00 

Stickel, Lou 1965, '66, '67 

Stall, Wilbur 1901/02/03/04 

Stonebroker, Jock 1934, '35 

Strono, Tony 1991 

Strozier, Orlondo 1993, '94, '95, '96 

Stuart, Adam . .... 1946 

Stubbs.J.S 1916/17/18 

Stubljor, 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 

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 

Surgenf, Mike 1935, '36, '37 

Surmon, Anthony 1998 

Swift, Ryan 1998, '99, '00 

Swingle, Dan . ... 1984 

Sydnor, Chad 1985, '86, '87. '88 

Symons, Thomas 1898, '99 



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John Tice 

Tamburello, Frank 1954, '55 

Tarbuton, Clyde 1914, '15, '16 

Targarona, Jack 1949, '50 

Tote, 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, '00 

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 



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James Ulam 



Ulam, James 1977, 78 

Ulam, Pat 1972/73,74 

Ulmon, Bernie 1939, '40, '41 

Underwood, Brian 1994, '95, '96, '97 

Underwood, Eddie 1900 




Marlin 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 

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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 Witkins 



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 

Wotkins, Ben 1896 

Watkins, James 1970, 71 

Watkinsjon 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 

Whaley, Mike 2000 

Wharton, Al 1954, '55, '56 

Wharton, Jim 1939/41 

Wharton, Thomas 1893/94 

Whelchel, David 1925 

White, Brett 1994, '95, '96, '97 

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White, Donald 1962 

White, F. M 1908 

White, Floyd 1970, 71 

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Whittie, Tim 1979/81/82 

Whittier, Scott 1986, '87, '88, '90 

Widmyer, Earl 1932, '33, '34 

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Wike, Todd 1999, '00 

Wilkins, Joe 1979, '80, '81/82 

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WinslowJ.L 1903 

Wolfe, Perry 1943 

Wolfe, William 1935, '36, '37 

Wondrack, Arthur 1926, '27, '28 

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Xanthos, Vinny 1996 




Joe Younge 

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College Park is home to the nation's No. 1 football team. The Mary- 
land 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, Mary- 
land 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. Af- 
ter the Terps downed Miami 30-0, Hurricanes 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, 2 1-0. The top-ranked and undefeated 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 110-1. 3-01 



10-1-015-0,40, 1-1 1 • ACC: 3-O0, CoChampions 



Head Coach: Ji 



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. 


Opp. 


7-2-1 


217 


81 


10-1-0 


298 


38 


7-3-0 


198 


97 


4-6-0 


173 


187 


3-6-1 


123 


157 


3-5-1 


139 


172 


1-9-0 


80 


263 


1-8-0 


75 


242 



S19 

S26 

03 

O10 

017 

023 

O30 

N7 

N14 

N21 



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Washington & Lee W 

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Georgia W 

• at North Carolina W 

at Miami W 

• South Carolina W 

George Washington ' W 

Mississippi W 

Alabama W 

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20-0 

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26-0 

30-0 

24-6 

27-6 

38-0 

21-0 



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ACC Bowl Game 




Orange Bowl: Oklahoma 7, Maryland 



Dick Nolan went in for the TD on this 
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Irvine; Herb Hoffman. Second row John Bowensox; Dick Shipley; Dick Bielski; Lynn Beightol; Ed Vereb; Ron Waller; Paul Kramer; Bill Walker; George Palohunik; Al Wharton; Don Espy; Tom Selep. Third row 
Charles Boxold; Tom Schloemer; Fred Tullai; Tim Flynn; Dave Nusz;John Merricks; Slon Polyanski; George Albrecht; Don Brougher; Ralph Baierl; Russell Dennis, Bob Haroth;Jim Ryan; Joe Horning. Fourth row 
Dick O'Donnell; Jim Skardo; Bill Venter; Ed Perry; John Uzick; Augie Waibel; Hal Tray; Lynn Szahanski; Gene Dyson; Frank Bartko; Gene Sullivan; Joe Ponzo, Vic Gilono; Bob Pellegrini. Filth row Ben Kopet; Dave 
Rilter; Dick Porter; Jim Parsons; Tom McLuckie; John Weiciecowski; Roger Curry; Ray Blackburn; George Cloves; Bob Pivec;Jim Kilgollen; Martin Greenberg, head manager; John Lacey, assistant trainer. Sixth row 
Managers Tom Cox, Donald Date and Tom O'Rourke; Assistant coaches Tom Mont, Vern Seiberi, Jack Hennemier, Warren Giese and Emmett Cheek; Head coach Jim Tatvm; Assistant coaches Bob Word, Bill 
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Maryland scored more points than in any previous season in its history - 
266 to its opponents' 8 1 Jim Tatum ond 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 
Roy 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, ond after beating No. 15 Boston 
U. by a 14-13 count, earned the No 15 poll position themselves. Mary- 
land ended the regular season with a 130 shutout at Miami. The Terps 
earned their first bowl victory with a 20-7 rout of Missouri in the Gator 
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Maryland 

Wash & Lee 

Duke 

Wm. & Mary 

The Citadel 

Clemson 

Furman 



SC 

W-L-T 

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4-0-0 

3-1-1 

4-2-0 

4-2-0 

2-2-0 

2-2-0 

3-3-0 



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W-L-T 

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9-1-0 

3-5-1 

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6-4-0 

4-5-0 

4-4-2 

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Wake Forest 3-3-0 
G. Washington 2-3-0 



NC State 
Virginia Tech 
Richmond 
Davidson 



3-6-0 
1-5-2 
2-6-0 
1-5-0 



Overall 

W-L-T 

4-6-0 

4-6-0 

4-5-0 

3-7-0 

1-7-2 

3-7-0 

2-8-0 



Southern Conf. Bowl Game 



Maryland Results (9-1. 4-0) 

0-1-0 (40,4-1, 1-0) • SC: 40-0, 2nd 
Head Coach: Jim Tatum 

S24 • at Virginia Tech W 34-7 

S30 Georgetown W 33-7 

08 (-] [13] at Michigan Slate L 7-14 

022 • alNC Stale 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 

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CO CHAMPIONS 

Maryland completed its only undefeated season in history and clobbered 
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 Word and Roy 
Krouse, brothers Ed and Dick Modzelewski, and QBJack Scarbath, Mary- 
land accepted a Sugar Bow! invitation against the recommendation of South- 
ern Conference presidents who sought for all league institutions to boycott 
the bowls. The Terps were decided underdogs 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." 

Southern Conf. Standings 




Maryland Results (10-0, 5-0) 



10OO (5-0, 3-0, 20] • SC: 5-00, CoChampions 
Head Coach: Jim Tatum 





SC 


Overall 


Team 


W-l-T 


W-L-T 


Maryland 


5-0-0 


10-0-0 


VMI 


5-ao 


7-3-0 


Wash & Lee 


5-1-0 


64-0 


Wm & Mary 


5-1-0 


7-3-0 


uemson 


3-1-0 


7-3-0 


Duke 


4-2-0 


5-4-1 


South Carolino 


5-3-0 


5-4-0 


Wake Forest 


5-3-0 


6-4-0 



Team 

G. Washington 
North Carolina 
West Virginia 
NC State 
Richmond 
The Citadel 
- Furman 
dson 
Virginia Tech 



SC 

W-L-T 

2-3-1 

2-3-0 

2-3-0 

2-60 

2-60 

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*0 

4-60 

3-6-1 

1-M 

2-8-0 



S29 

06 

013 

O20 

027 

N3 

N10 

N17 

N24 



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19] 

[10] 
[7] 
[5] 

(4] 
[3] 
15] 
[4] 



W 54-14 



• at Washington & Lee 

■ George Washington W 33-6 

at Georgia W 43-7 

• Nor* Carolina ..... W 14-7 

at Louisiana Stale W 27-0 

Missouri " : W 350 

Novy W 40-21 



• NC State W 53-0 

• West Virginia W 54-7 

Sugar Bowl 

J2 [3] [1] Tennessee W 28-13 

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Sugar Bowl: 



Maryland 28, Tennessee 1 3 



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The amazing win streak continued in 1 952, but it ended abruptly and 
Maryland was kept out of a bowl game despite its No. 13 final rank- 
ing. The Terps had amassed 19 straight wins and 22 straight games 
without a defeat before falling 21-14 at Mississippi on Nov. 15 The 
end come in the eighth game of a schedule 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 Ail-Americans and Scarbath, a preseason favorite to win the 
Heisman Trophy, finished second in the balloting. 




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Maryland Results (7-2) 




7-2-0 (3-0, 4-2) 

Head Coach Jim Tatum 



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S27 

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N22 



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[20] 



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at Missouri W 13-10 

at Auburn W 13-7 

Clemson W 28-0 

at Georgia W 37-0 

Navy W 38-7 

Louisiana State "" W 34-6 

ot Boston U W 34-7 

at Mississippi L 14-21 

at Alabama L 7-27 




Jack Scarbath heading for paydirt in the 
Terps' win over Auburn on Sept. 27. 




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Entering the season ranked No. 3 in the nation, the Terps began the 
1954 campaign in convincing style, shutting out Kentucky 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 Mary- 
land to No. 13 in the polls heading into its ACC matchup vs. Wake 
Forest. A 13-13 tie with the Demon Deacons sent the Terps tumbling 
out of the national rankings for the first time since 1950. Maryland 
rebounded to shut out North Carolina 33-0 before dropping a 9-7 
road decision to Miami The Terps went on to win their final five games 
by a combined score of 200-33, including a 74-13 Thanksgiving Day 
shellacking of Missouri Maryland finished the season with a No. 8 
national ranking. 

ACC Standings 



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Maryland 
North Carolina 
South Carolina 
Clemson 
Wake Forest 
Virginia 
NC State 



ACC 
W-L-T 

4-0-0 
4-0-1 
4-2-0 
3-3-0 
1 -2-0 
1-4-1 
0-2-0 
0-4-0 



Pis. 
122 
124 
93 
86 
40 
106 
14 
27 



Opp. 
47 
27 

126 
94 
49 

107 
53 

109 



Overall 

W-L-T Pts. Opp 

270 

280 

140 

172 

193 

129 

113 

104 



8-2-1 
7-2-1 
4-5-1 
6-4-0 
5-5-0 
2-7-1 
3-6-0 
2-8-0 



161 
67 
222 
153 
121 
165 
162 
193 



Maryland Results (7-2-1 .fl-P-l) 

7-2-1 |50,2-2-l) • ACC: 40-1, 2nd 
Head Coach: Jim Tatum 

S18 [3] [-] at Kentucky W 24-0 

01 [6] [4] at UCLA I 7-12 

09 [13] [-] • at Woke Forest T 13-13 

016 • North Carolina W 330 

022 (-] [16] ot Miami L 79 

O30 • at South Carolina W 20O 

N6 • NC State ' W 4214 

N13 [17] [-] •Clemson W 16-0 

N20 [13] [-] George Washington ... W 48-6 

N25 [10] [-] Missouri W 74-13 



ACC Bowl Game 




Orange Bowl: 



Duke 34, Nebraska 7 



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For the second lime in the ACC's first three years, Maryland and 
Duke tied (or 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-confer- 
ence opponents. Maryland led the notion in defense against the 
rush, allowing 83.9 yards per gome. Maryland had a 15-game win 
streak snapped with a 20-6 loss to Oklahoma in the Orange Bowl. 
Terp center Bob Pellegrini was a consensus All-America and national 
college lineman of the year. 

ACC Standings 



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Duke 
Clemson 
North Carolina 
Wake Forest 
South Carolina 
NC Stale 
Virginia 



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 



Ph. Opp. 
105 26 



94 
79 
90 
105 
75 
38 
42 



14 
59 
102 
100 
176 
71 
80 



Overall 

W-L-T 

10-1-0 

7-2-1 

7-30 

370 

5-4-1 

3-6-0 

4-5-1 

1-9-0 



Ph. 
217 
196 
206 
117 
131 
120 
206 
96 



Opp. 
77 
95 
144 
218 
157 
209 
193 
201 



ACC Bowl Came 



Maryland Results (10-1.4-0) 

10-10 (5-0, 5-0, 0-1) • ACC: 400, CoChompiom 
Head Coach: Jim Tatum 

S17 [8] I-] at Missouri W 13-12 

524 [5] |1] UCLA W 7-0 

01 [li [20] al Baylor W 20-6 

08 [lj [-] • Wake Fores) W 28-7 

015 [2] [-j • at North Carolina W 25-7 

022 [2] [-] a! Syracuse W 3413 

029 hi [-] • South Corolino "' . W 270 

N5 [1] [-] Louisiana Stale W 130 

N12 [2] [-] • al Clemson W 25-12 

N19 [2] [-] George Washington W 190 
Orange Bowl 

J2 [3] [1] Oklahoma L 6-20 

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Oklahoma 20, Marylond 6 



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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 sea- 
sons. 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 Mary- 
land a bid to its first bowl game since the 1 956 Orange Bowl. Mary- 
lond dominated Georgia in the Peach Bowl, outgaining the Bulldogs 
461 to 284 on offense and driving 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 




Maryland Results (8-4. 5-1) 



8-40 (4-2, 3-1, 1-1] • ACC: 5-10, 2nd 
Heod Coach: Jerry Claiborne 



Team 

NC State 

Maryland 

C emscxi 

Virginia 

Duke 

North Carolina 

Wake Forest 



ACC 
W-L-T 
cVO-0 
5-1-0 
4-2-0 
3-3-0 
1-4-1 
1-5-0 
0-5-1 



Ph. Opp. 
197 93 



173 

147 
122 

58 
150 

38 



50 
129 
161 

99 
159 
194 



Overall 

W-L-T Ph. Opp 

396 

335 

231 

199 

132 

242 
73 



9-3-0 
8-4-0 
5-eVO 
4-7-0 
2-8-1 
4-7-1 
1-9-1 



251 
141 
263 
300 
204 
266 
326 



ACC Bowl Games 



Peach Bowl: 
Liberty Bowl: 



Georgia 17, Maryland 16 
NC State 31, Kansas 18 



S15 

S22 

S29 

06 

013 

O20 

027 

N3 [-1 [6] 

N10 

N17 

N24 [18] 

Peach Bowl 

D28 [18] 

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' al Atlanta, Ga. (Fulton County Stadium] 



West Virginia i 13-20 

• at North Carolina W 23-3 

Villanova W 31-3 

Syracuse .... W 380 

• at NC State I 22-24 

• at Wake Forest .V 370 

• Duke W 30-10 



[17] 

[-] 



Penn State 

• Virg - 

• at Clemson .. 
Tulane 



Georgia * 



I 22-42 
W 330 
W 28-13 
W 42-9 

L 16-17 




AIIAmericans Randy White (94) and 
Paul Vellano (72) bring down Penn 
State's Heisman Trophy winner John 
Cappelletti on Nov. 3. 



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Maryland won its first conference championship in 18 years, 
sweeping past all six of its league opponents. It marked the 10th 
time in conference history that a team had gone unbeaten 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 Standing s 



Team 

Maryland 
Clemson 
North Carolina 
NC State 
Duke 
Virginia 
Wake Forest 



ACC 
W-L-T 

6-0-0 
4-2-0 
4-2-0 
4-2-0 
2-4-0 
1-5-0 
0-6-0 



Pts. Opp. 
198 35 



130 
146 
145 
110 
61 
31 



135 

115 
120 
136 
111 
169 



Overall 
W-L-T 

8-4-0 
7-4-0 
7-5-0 
9-2-1 
6-5-0 
4-7-0 
1-10-0 



Pts. 

316 
246 
364 

317 

201 

207 

74 



Opp. 
104 
250 
279 
241 
208 
239 
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 



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8-40 (5-1, 2-1, 1-2) • ACC: 6-0-0, Champions 
Head Coach Jerry Claiborne 



S14 

S21 

S28 

05 

012 

019 

026 

N2 

N9 

N16 

N23 



[14] 
[14] 



[181 
[15] 
[15] 
[14] 
[131 
[111 



13] 



[17] 

[10] 

[-1 

1-1 



Liberty Bowl 
D16 [10] 



Alabama L 16-21 

Florida ' L 10-17 

• North Carolina W 24-12 

at Syracuse W 31-0 

• Clemson W 41-0 

• Wake Forest KC W 47-0 

• NC State W 20-10 

at Penn State L 17-24 

Villanovo W 41-0 

• Duke ! W 56-13 

• at Virginia W 10-0 



Tennessee 



[20] 

at Tampa, Fla. (Tampa Stadium) 
* at Norfolk, Va (Foreman Field}; 
' at Memphis, Term. (Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium} 



. L 3-7 




Bob Avellini eludes two NC State 
defenders on Oct. 26. 




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 competition, 
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 



Team 
Maryland 
Duke 
NC State 
Wake Forest 
Clemson 
North Carolina 
Virginia 



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. 

182 
131 
131 
145 
102 
119 
98 



Opp. 
73 
84 
115 
137 
141 
159 
226 



W-L-T 


Pts. 


Opp. 


9-2-1 


312 


150 


4-5-2 


197 


212 


7-4-1 


260 


210 


3-8-0 


221 


264 


2-9-0 


177 


381 


3-7-1 


207 


272 


1-10-0 


175 


428 



ACC Bowl Games 



Gator Bowl: Maryland 1 3, Florida 

Peach Bowl: West Virginia 13, NC State 10 



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9-2-1 (4-1,4-1-1, 1-0] • ACC: 500, Champions 
Head Coach: Jerry Claiborne 



S6 

S13 

S20 

S27 

04 

Oil 

018 

Nl 

N8 

N15 

N22 



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[14] 



[20] 



[20] [-] 



Villanova W 41-0 

at Tennessee I 8-26 

• at North Carolina W 347 

at Kentucky T 10-10 

Syracuse ' W 24-7 

• NC Stale W 37 22 



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[14] 
[16] 



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029 [17] 



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Penn State 

at Cincinnati 

• at Clemson .. 

• Virginia 



[13] Florida 



W 27-0 

L 13-15 

W 2119 

W 22-20 

.W 62-24 

W 13-0 



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The powerful Terrapins swept through the regular season unde- 
feated 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-Ameri- 
can. Maryland's No. 8 ranking in the final AP poll was the first 
Top 10 finish by an ACC team since 1960. 




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ACC Standings 



1 1-1-0 (60, 5-0, 0-11 • ACC: 5-0O, Champion! 
Head Coach: Jerry Claiborne 



Team 

Maryland 

North Carolina 

Woke Forest 

Duke 

NC State 

Virginia 

Bsmson 



ACC 

W-L-T 

50-0 

4-1-0 

3-3-0 

2-3-1 

2-3-0 

1 -4-0* 

0-4-1 



Ph. 
Ill 
144 
124 
125 
97 
40 
76 



Opp. 

24 
102 

118 
145 

98 

111 
123 



W-L-T 


Pts. 


Opp. 


11-1-0 


294 


115 


93-0 


243 


220 


5-6-0 


177 


206 


5-5-1 


234 


245 


3-7-1 


205 


258 


2-9-0 


106 


266 


3-62 


172 


237 



'Loss to Virginia Tech counted as conference game 

ACC Bowl Games 

Cotton Bowl: 
Peach Bowl: 



Sll 

518 

S25 

02 

09 

016 

023 

O30 

No 

N13 

N20 



Houston 30, Maryland 2 1 
Kentucky 21, North Carolina 



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17] 

[5] 
[6] 

[5] 
[6] 

[6] 

16] 
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W 31-7 



Richmond 

at West Virginia W 24-3 

at Syracuse W 42-28 

Villanova W 20-9 

• at NC State W 16-6 

• Wake Forest W 1715 

•at Duke W 30-3 

Kentucky W 24-14 

Cincinnati W 21-0 

• Clemson" W 200 

•ol Virginia W 28-0 



Houston 
Cotton Bowl} 



. I 21-30 




Mark Manges was featured on the cover 
of Sports Illustrated on Oct. 4. 




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The Terps fired out of the gates 8-0 including a 31-7 homecoming 
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 Moryland 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 Mary- 
land into a disappointing Sun Bowl matchup with Texas where it suf- 
fered its worst bowl loss ever, 42-0. 




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ACC Standings 



Team 
Clemson 
Maryland 
NC State 
North Carolina 
Duke 

Wake Forest 
> Virginia 



ACC 
W-L-T 
cvOO 
5-1-0 
4-2-0 
3-3-0 
2-4-0 
1-5-0 
0-6-0 



Pts. Opp. 
183 71 



159 

133 
124 
56 
59 
75 



62 
112 
132 
108 
161 
143 



Overall 

W-L-T 

11-1-0 

9-3-0 

9-3-0 

5-60 

4-7-0 

1-10-0 

2-9-0 



9-3-0(4-1,5-1,0-1) • ACC: 5-1-0, 2nd 
Head Cooch: Jerry Claiborne 



Pts. Opp. 
368 131 



261 
280 

199 
108 
104 



167 
108 
216 
247 
274 



139 236 



ACC Bowl Games 



S9 




S16 


[20] 


S23 


[18] 


S30 


I'i] 


07 


[12] 


014 


[10] 


021 


[6] 


028 


[5] 


N4 


[5] 


Nil 


[13] 


N18 


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[-] 
1-] 
[-] 
[2] 
[-1 

[12] 



Tuiane W 31-7 

a! Louisville W 24-17 

• at North Carolina W 21-20 
Kentucky W 20-3 

• NC State W 31-7 
ol Syracuse W 24-9 

• Woke Forest W 39-0 

• at Duke W 27-0 
at Penn State L 3-27 

• at Virginia W 17-7 

• Clemson L 24-28 



Sun Bowl: 
Tangerine Bowl: 
Gator Bowl: 



Texas 42, Maryland 
NC State 30, Pittsburgh 17 
Clemson 17, Ohio State 15 



Sun Bowl 
D23 [13] 
at El Paso. Texas I Sun Bawl) 



[14] Texos 



L 042 




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Junior quarterback Boomer Esiason led the Terrapins and first-year head 
coach Bobby Ross to o 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' 3 1 - 
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) 



Pts. Opp. 
289 147 



ACC Overall 

Team W-L-T Pts. Opp. W-l-T 

Clemson 6-0-0 196 95 9-1-1 

Maryland 5-1-0 222 121 8-4-0 

North Carolina 3-3-0 146 100 8-4-0 

Duke 3-3-0 172 179 6-5-0 

NC State 3-3-0 111 131 6-5-0 

Virginia 1-5-0 92 214 2-9-0 

Wake Forest 0-6-0 91 186 3-8-0 

Georgia Tech 6-5-0 

ACC Bowl Games 



373 


220 


348 


149 


307 


290 


206 


255 


208 


320 


200 


286 


239 


286 



8-4-0 (5-1,3-2, 0-11 • ACC: 5-1-0, 2nd 

Head Coach: Bobby Ross 

Sll [-] [7] at Penn Stale L 

S18 [-] [17] at West Virginia L 

S25 • NC State W 

02 at Syracuse 

09 Indiana State 

016 • Wake Forest 

023 • Duke " c 

O30 [-] [10) • at North Carolina 

N7 [19] [-] Miami 

N13 [18] [11] 'Clemson 

N20 [19] [-] -at Virginia 



Aloha Bowl: 
Sun Bowl: 



Washington 21, Maryland 20 

North Carolina 26, Texas 10 



Aloha Bowl 
D25 [16] 
' at Honolulu, 



[9] Washington ' ... 
Hawaii (Aloha Stadium} 




Willie Joyner ran for a 
win over Indiana Slate 



15-yard TD in a 
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 Carolina. 
The Terps were ranked seventh in the nation prior to suffering 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. 




Maryland Results (8-4, 6-0) 





ACC 






Overall 






Team 


W-L-T 


Pts. 


Opp. 


W-L-T 


Pts. 


Opp. 


Maryland 


6-0-0 


154 


71 


8-4-0 


316 


253 


North Carolina 


4-2-0 


184 


117 


8-4-0 


337 


216 


Georgia Tech 


3-2-0 


147 


140 


3-8-0 


222 


313 


Duke 


3-3-0 


150 


183 


3-8-0 


246 


350 


Virginia 


3-3-0 


145 


150 


6-5-0 


252 


280 


NC State 


1-5-0 


108 


159 


3-8-0 


236 


246 


Wake Forest 


1-5-0 


150 


218 


4-7-0 


257 


281 


Clemson* 








9-1-1 


338 


200 


* Not eligible for championship 


by conference action 








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8-40 (5-1,3-2, 0-1) • ACC: 600, Champions 
Head Coach: Bobby Ross 

S10 [17] [-] otVanderbill W 2114 

S17 [17] [20] WestVirginio L 21-31 

S24 [-] (17) Pittsburgh W 13-7 

01 [19] [-] • Virginia W23-3 

08 [16] [-] Syracuse W 34-13 

015 [16] [-] •otWokeForest W 36-33 

022 [15] [-] • Duke" W 38-3 

029 [13] [3] • North Carolina W 28-26 

N5 [7] [3] at Auburn L 23-35 

N12 [11] [17] -at Clemson* I 27-52 

N19 [20] [-] • at NC State .. . W 29-6 



[201 
Florida Citrus Bowl 

D17 [16] [-] Tennessee L 23-30 

at Orlando, Ha. {Honda Citrus Bowl} 
' Clemson ineligible lor ACC title, game counts as Maryland win in ACC standings 




Florida Citrus Bowl: 
Peach Bowl: 



Tennessee 30, Morylond 23 
Florida Slate 28, North Carolina 3 



Frank Reich led the Terps to an upset win 
over Pittsburgh in his first college start on 
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Maryland pocketed the championship for the second year in a 
row and earned its fifth outright crown over the past 1 1 seasons. 
The title was not decided until the season's final weekend when 
the Terps knocked off Virginia, 45-34, for the league crown. Mary- 
land, taking part in its third straight bowl game, defeated Tennes- 
see in the Sun Bowl, 28-27. Maryland, trailing Miami 31-0 at the 
half on Nov. 1 0, rallied for 42 second-half points to beat the No. 
6 Hurricanes, 42-40, setting a record for the greatest comeback 
in NCAA Division l-A football history. 



ACC Standings 



Teom 
Maryland 
Virginia 
North Carolina 
Woke Forest 
Georgia Tech 
Duke 
NC State 
Clemson* 



ACC 
W-L-T 
6-00 
3-1-2 
3-2-1 
3-3-0 
2-2-1 
1-5-0 
1-5-0 



Ph. Opp. 
204 102 



189 

119 
91 
114 
67 
97 



108 
125 
124 
81 
162 
179 



Overall 

W-L-T 

9-3-0 

8-4-0 

5-5-1 

6-5-0 

6-4-1 

2-9-0 

3-8-0 

74-0 



Pis. Opp. 
380 280 



337 
234 
205 
296 
128 
263 
346 



216 

274 
232 
201 
301 
311 
215 



* Not eligible for championship by conference action 

ACC Bowl Games 

Sun Bowl: Maryland 28, Tennessee 27 

Peach Bowl: Virginia 27 Purdue 24 




Maryland Results (9-3. 6-01 

9-3-0 (2-2, 5-1, 2-01 ■ ACC: 640 Champions 

Head Coach: Bobby Ross 

S8 Syracuse L 7-23 

S15 Vonderbill I 14-23 

S22 I-] [17] at West Virginia W 20-17 

S29 'Woke Forest W 38-17 

06 [-] |11] at Penn Stole I 24-25 

013 • NC Stale' 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] [-] • atVirg.nia ...W 45-34 
Sun Bowl 

D22 [12] [-] Tennessee W 28-27 
at Baltimore, Md (Memorial Stadium), ' at El Polo, Texas (Sun Bowl) 



Rick Bodanjek was named ACC ployer of 
the week after leading the Terps to a win 
over NC State on Oct. 13. 




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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 weekend of 
the season. Offensive tackle J.D. Maarleveld was tabbed as a 
consensus All-American. 




ACC Standings 



Maryland Results (9-3. 6-01 



Team 
Maryland 
Georgia Tech 
Clemson 
Virginia 
North Carolina 
Duke 
NC State 
Wake Forest 



ACC 
W-l-T 
6-0-0 
5-1-0 
4-3-0 
4-3-0 
3-4-0 
2-5-0 
2-5-0 
1-6-0 



Pts. Opp. 
192 92 
136 55 
167 122 
172 150 
129 154 



Overall 
W-L-T Pts. 



94 
121 
99 



174 

189 
174 



9-3-0 
9-2-1 
6-O-0 
6-5-0 
5-64 
4-7-0 
3-8-0 
4-7-0 



326 
252 
244 
262 

224 
193 
186 
212 



Opp. 
192 
132 
222 
217 
223 
252 
305 
249 



9-3-0 (4-1, 3-1, 2-1 1 • ACC: 6<K>, Chompions 
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Cherry Bowl: 
Independence Bowl: 
All-American Bowl: 



Moryland 35, Syracuse 1 8 
Minnesota 20, Clemson 13 
Georgia Tech 17, Michigan State 14 



57 

S14 

S21 

S28 

05 

OI9 

026 

N2 

N9 [-] 

N16 

N29 

Cherry Bowl 

021 

at Foxboro. Mass. (Sullivan Stadium) 
' at Baltimore, Md. {Memorial Stadium) 

at Ponttac, Mich. (Ponttac Silverdome) 



. L 18-20 
W 31-13 
W 284 
L 0-20 
W 31-17 



•at Wake Fores' W 26-3 

• Duke W 40-10 

• North Carolina " : . W 28-10 

Miami 1 L 22-29 

• at Clemson W 34-31 

• Virginia W 33-21 



Syracuse . 



W 35-18 







Don Ptocki kicked a game-winning field 
goal with three seconds left to lift the Terps 
past Clemson on Nov. 16. 



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Ail-Time Record in Bowls: 6-9-2 



Jan. 1, 1948 • Gator Bowl 

Maryland 20, Georgia 20 

Jan. 2, 1 950 • 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, 1 973 • Peach Bowl 

Georgia 17, Maryland 16 

Dec. 1 6, 1 974 • Liberty Bowl 

Tennessee 7, Maryland 3 

Dec. 29, 1 975 • Gator Bowl 

Maryland 13, Florida 

Jan. 1 , 1 977 • 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 
BOWL 



Gator Bowl 
Jacksonville 
Jan. 1.1948 



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GEORGIA 20 



In front of the first capacity crowd in Gator Bowl history, 
16,666, Maryland's Lu Gambino was a one-man wrecking 
crew, rushing for 165 yards and scoring three touchdowns. 
Gambino's three scores propelled Maryland to a 20-7 lead, 
but Georgia reeled off 13 points in the fourth quarter to tie 
the game. The Bulldogs threatened to win the game in the 
closing seconds, but time ran out with Georgia on Maryland's 
four-yard line. Despite the tie, there was no question as to the 
game's most valuable player, Gambino won the Burkhalter 
Award, signifying the game's outstanding performer. Gambino 
was inducted into the Gator Bowl Hall of Fame in 1992. 



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hi 2nd 3rd 4th 
Maryland 7 13 

Georgia 7 13 

2-UM - Gambino 35-yard run (McHugh kick) 

3-UG • Rauch 1 -yard run (Gen 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) 



F 

20 

20 





UM 


UG 


First Downs 


16 


19 


Rushing Yards 


247 


216 


Passing 


127 


190 


Comp-Atl-lnl 


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, Idz.k 2-32, Bonk 5-23, 
loRue 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-Marylond, Baroni 7-14-127. Georgia, Rauch 12-20-190. 
Alt: 16,666 



GATOR 




Gator Bowl 
Jacksonville 
Jan. 2. 1950 



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MARYLAND 20 
MISSOURI 7 



Three times in the first half Missouri turned the ball over, and 
all three times Maryland scored a touchdown as the Terra- 
pins defeated the Tigers, 20-7, to earn their first-ever 
postseason victory. The Terrapin running attack, led by Bob 
Shemonski and Ed Modzelewski, amassed 266 rushing yards, 
the second-most by a Maryland bowl team. Maryland de- 
fensive back John Idzik set up Maryland's first score with a 
26-yard interception return to the Tiger 11 -yard line. 
Shemonski scored on a sweep on the next play for the go- 
ahead touchdown. Shemonski scored again on a six-yard 
run late in the second quarter to put the Terps up 20-0. 



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Maryland 
Missouri 



1st 2nd 3rd 4th 
7 13 
7 



f 

20 

7 



1 -UM - Shemonski 1 1 -yard run (Dean kick) 
2-UM ■ Modzelewski 3-yard run (kick failed) 
2-UM - Shemonski 6-yard run (Deon kick) 
4-MO- Klein 4-yord run (Glorioso kick) 



First Downs 

Rushing Yards 

Passing 

Comp-Att-Int 

Punts-Avg 

Fumbles-Lost 

Penalties-Yards 

Alt: 18,409 



UM 
11 

266 
16 
2-17-1 
7-39.0 
11 
63 



MO 

13 
100 
167 
11-29-3 
3-38.0 
5-5 
10 




Maryland celebrates its first bowl in 1 948. 



Shoo-Shoo Shemonski goes for a TD vs. Missouri. 



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SUGAR 
BOWL 

Tulane-Sugar 

Bowl 

New Orleans 

Jan. 2. 1952 



MARYLAND 28 
TENNESSEE 13 




In what may have been perhaps the biggest win in Mary- 
land football history, the Terps upset No. 1 -ranked and regu- 
lar 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 bril- 
liant play of running back/defensive back Ed FuNerton who 
scored two touchdowns and threw for another. The Terps 
put the game out of reach in the third quarter with a 46- 
yard interception for a touchdown by Fullerton, giving the 
Terps a 28-6 lead. Maryland finished the season with an 
overall record of 10-0-0 and a No. 3 national ranking. 



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1st 

Maryland 



2nd 
14 
6 



3rd 
7 




4lh 


7 



F 
28 

13 



1-UM - Fullerton 2-yard run [Decker kick) 

2-UM - Shemonski 7-yard pass from Fullerton (Decker kick) 

2-UM - Scorboth 1-yard run (Decker kick) 

2-UT - Rechichar 4-yard pass from Poyne (kick failed) 

3-UM - Fullerton 46-yord interception return (Decker kick) 

4-UT- Poyne 2-yard run (Rechichar kick) 





UM 


UT 


First Downs 


18 


12 


Rushing Yards 


289 


81 


Passing 


63 


75 


Comp-Att-Int 


7-13-1 


9-19-4 


Return Yards 


29 


16 


Punts-Avg 


8-380 


7-43 


Fumbles-Lost 


7-1 


2-2 


Penalties-Yards 


12-120 


2-20 



RUSHING-Maryland, Modzelewski 28-153. Tennessee, 

Payne 1 1 -54 

PASSING-Morylond, Scarbalh 6-°-57 Tennessee, Payne 7- 

14-75 

Aft: 80,271 



ORANGE 
BOWL 



Orange Bowl 
Miami 
Jan. 1.1954 



OKLAHOMA 7 
MARYLAND 




ORANGE 
BOWL 



Orange Bowl 
Miami 
Jan. 2. 1956 



OKLAHOMA 20 
MARYLAND 6 



This was the first game of the contract that pitted the Big 
Eight Conference champion against the Atlantic Coast Con- 
ference champion. The Terrapins took an undefeated sea- 
son and the nation's No. 1 ranking into the game against 
an Oklahoma squad that used a powerful running attack 
to grind out a second quarter touchdown to propel the 
Sooners to a 7-0 win. Twice the Terps had first down op- 
portunities 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. 



hi 2nd 3rd 4lh 
Maryland 

Oklahoma 7 



2-OU - Griggs 25-yard run (Leake kick) 



First Downs 
Rushing Yards 
Passing 
Comp-Att-Int 
Return Yards 
Punts-Avg 
Fumbles-Lost 
Penalty Yards 



UM 
13 
176 
36 
5-12-0 

25 

5-29.0 

1-1 

15 



OU 

10 
208 

22 
4-6-1 

7 
7-31.3 

2-2 

45 



RUSHING-Maryland, Felton 10-51 Oklahoma, Griggs 13- 

89 

PASSINGMaryland. Boxold 3-9-42. Oklahoma, Calame 4- 

4-22 

RECEIVINGMorylond, Nolan 2-31 Oklahoma, Burris 3-17 

Att 68,178 




Maryland celebrates its 1 95 1 undefeated season 



Shoo-Shoo 
Shemonski high- 
stepping in the 1 95A 
Orange Bowl. 




The third-ranked Terps came into the Orange Bowl riding 
a 1 5-game winning streak, only to have it snapped by on 
Oklahoma team that extended its winning streak to 30 
games with its 20-6 win. The Terps, who led 6-0 at half- 
time, were stunned when the Sooners went into their fa- 
mous "fast break offense" and reeled off two third quar- 
ter touchdowns to earn the national championship. Ed 
Vereb, who scored the Terps' lone touchdown, finished 
with 108 rushing yards. Maryland was hurt by five turn- 
overs. 



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Oklahoma 



2nd 
6 




3rd 



14 



4th 

6 



F 
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-yord 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 


8-340 


Fumbles-Lost 


32 


1-1 


Penalties-Yards 


4-61 


4-35 



RUSHING-Maryland, Vereb 8- 1 08. Oklohomo, Harris 9-63. 

PASSINGMaryland, Beightol 2-7-46. Oklahoma, Harris 3- 

5-34 

RECEIVINGMorylond, Cooke 1-21 Oklahoma, Burris 2-28. 

Art: 75,561 



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BOWL 

Fulton County 

Stadium 

Atlanta 

Dee. 28. 1973 



GEORGIA 17 
MARYLAND 16 




Maryland came away from its first bowl game in 18 years 
a bitterly disappointed team. The Terrapins dominated 
Georgia in all phases, but the game was tied 10-10 at 
the half thanks to a couple of big plays by the Bulldogs. 
In the third quarter, a costly Terp fumble led to Georgia's 
go-ahead touchdown. Seven times the Terrapins were 
inside the Georgia 20-yard line, coming away with only 
nine points. The Terps' lone touchdown came via Walter 
White's 68-yard touchdown reception. 



Maryland 
Georgia 



hi 





2nd 
10 
10 



3rd 

7 



4th 
6 




F 

16 
17 



2-UG - Poulous 62-yard pass from Johnson (Leaviti kick), 5 27 

2-UM - White 68-yord poss from Carter (Mike-Mayer kick), 5:04 

2-UM • Mike-Mayer 36-yard field goal, 1 31 

2-UG - Leovitt 26-yard field goal, 0:06 

3-UG -Johnson 1-yard run (Leavift kick), 4:24 

4-UM - Mike-Moyer 25-yard field goal, 13 53 

4-UM - Mike-Moyer 28-yard field goal, 7 35 





UM 


UG 


First Downs 


15 


11 


Rushing Yards 


219 


170 


Passing 


242 


114 


Comp-Art-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-Moryland, Carter 29-126 Georgio, King 16-57 
PASSING-Maryland, Kinard 4-8-113. Georgia, Johnson 5-16-114 
RECEIVING: Maryland, White 2-106. Georgia, Poulous 2-62 
Alt: 80,271 



LIBERTY 



Liberty Bowl 
Memorial Stadium 
Memphis 
Dec. 16. 1974 



TENNESSEE 7 
MARYLAND 3 




The Maryland defense, led by AII-ACC defensive tackle 
Randy White, shut out Tennessee for nearly four quarters 
but lost the game when the Volunteers' quarterback, 
Randy Wallace, found Larry Seivers for an 1 1 -yard touch- 
down pass with 2:08 to play. The Terps were punting 
from their own 1 3 when a bad snap from the center was 
recovered by the Volunteers on the Maryland seven-yard 
line. Maryland had a chance to win the game but an 
apparent 20-yard touchdown pass was ruled out of 
bounds. 



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Maryland 
Tennessee 



hi 






2nd 3rd 4th 
3 
7 



2-UM - Mike-Mayer 28-yard field goal 

4-UT - Seivers 1 1 -yard pass from Wallace (Towsend kick) 





UM 


UT 


First Downs 


16 


15 


Rushing Yards 


108 


173 


Passing 


158 


65 


Comp-Alt-Int 


15-22-2 


7-16-0 


Return Yards 


76 


65 


Punts-Avg 


6-41 


7-390 


Fumbles-Losl 


3-3 


4-2 


Penalties-Yards 


4-63 


8-69 



RUSHING-Moryland, Carter 22-65 Tennessee, Gayle 17-106 

PASSING-Maryland, Avellini 15-22-158 Tennessee, Holloway 6- 

15-54. 

RECEIVING: Maryland, While 5-68. Tennessee, Seivers 4-38 

Alt: 51,284 




Coach Jerry Claiborne (left) congratulates Georgia 
coach Vince Dooley after the Bulldogs' win. 



Louis Carter 
rushed for 65 
yards in the 
Terps' 1974 
Liberty Bowl 
appearance. 



GATOR 
BOWL 



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 
coming off their best season (8-2-1 ) in 20 years. Mary- 
land shut out the Gators, 13-0, in front of a large pro- 
Florida crowd in a steady downpour. The Maryland de- 
fense held the SEC's total offense leader scoreless and 
intercepted two Florida passes which led to the first 10 
Maryland points. This was the first Terp win over an SEC 
team since 1955. 



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Maryland 
Florida 



hi 

7 




2nd 3rd 
3 




4th 
3 





F 

13 





1-UM - Hoover 19-yord poss 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 


7-395 


7-385 


Fumbles-Lost 


0-0 


1-1 


Penalties-Yards 


5-47 


6-48 



RUSHING Maryland, Alkins 20-127 Florida, DuBose 18-95 
PASSING-Maryland, Dick 5-13-67 Florida, Fisher 2-12-33. 
RECEIVING: Moryland, Hoover 2-24. Florida, Lecounl 1-25 
Alt 64,012 




Kim Hoover 
hauls in the 
only TD of the 
Terps' win in 
the '75 Gator 
Bowl. 



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Cotton Bowl 
Dallas 
Jan. 1,1977 







HOUSTON 30 

MARYLAND 21 



Marylond entered the 1977 Cotton Bowl with a perfect 

: 11-0 record, but the hopes for a perfect season were 

1 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 o 5:42 drive by the Cougars late in the quar- 

; ter resulted in a field goal, slamming the door on any 

Terp comeback hopes. 



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Maryland 7 7 7 - 21 

Houston 21 6 3 30 

1 -UH - Thomos 1 1 -yard run (Coplin kick) 6:27 

1-UH - Blackwell 33-yard run (Coplin kick) 3:13 

1-UH ■ Blackwell 1-yard run (Coplin kick) 51 

2-UM - Manges 6-yard run (Loncor kick) 9 36 

2UH - Bass 33-yard pass from Dovis (kick toiled) 55 

3-UM • Sievers 1 1 -yard pass from Manges (Sochko kick) 1:41 

4-UM - Wilson 1-yord run (Sochko kick) 8:46 

4-UH ■ Coplin 28-yord field gool 1 8 

UM UH 

First Downs 17 20 

Rushing Yards 120 320 

Passing 179 108 

Comp-An-Ini 17-32-0 5-8-0 

Return Yards 13 5 

Punts-Avg. 6-44.0 4-36.0 

Fumbles-Lost 11 4-3 

Penolties-Yards 8-80 5-22 

RUSHING-Marylond, Scott 1U7. Houston, Blackwell 22-149 
PASSING-Maryland, Manges 17-32-179. Houston, Dovis 5-8-108 
RECEIVING: Marylond, Kinney 6-72 Houston. Foster 3-62 
Aft 58 500 




Eric Sievers 
cough his first 
college TD on 
ibis play in the 
'77 Cotton Bowl. 



HALL OF FAME SUN 

BOWL 




Legion Field 
Birmingham 
Pec. 22, 1977 



MARYLAND 17 

MINNESOTA 7 



After allowing an early Minnesota touchdown run, the 
Terps scored the next 1 7 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. 



*?rv Scores 



Maryland 
Minnesota 



111 2nd 3rd 4th 
3 14 

7 



f 

17 

7 



1-MN - Borber 1-yard run (Rogind kick) 9 02 
1-UM - Sochko 32-yord field gool 5 21 
2-UM ■ Scott 2-yard run (Sochko kick) 7:04 
2-UM - Scott 1-yord run (Sochko kick) 4 53 



First Downs 
Rushing Yards 
Passing 
Comp-Att-Int 
Return Yards 
Punts-Avg 
Fumbles-lost 
Penolties-Yards 



UM 
15 
120 
211 
12-23-1 

3 

5-36.8 

3-2 

12-80 



MN 
17 
113 
155 
13-260 

6 

9-27.7 

3-2 

6-54 



RUSHING-Marylond, Scott 24-75. Minnesota, Kitzmonn 24-76. 
PASSING-Maryland, Dick 12-20-211. Minnesota, Avery 12-23-130. 
RECEIVING: Maryland, White 8-126. Minnesota, Anhorn 5-49. 
Alt: 47,000 




George Scott 
ran for two TDs 
and 75 yards 
in the Terps' 
'77 Hall of 
Fame Bowl 



Sun Bowl 
El Paso 
Pec. 23, 1978 



TEXAS 42 

MARYLAND0 




The Maryland Terrapins, appearing in their sixth consecu- 
tive 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-long- 
est streak in the nation 



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Marylond 

Texas 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 McBoeth (Erxleben kick] 4:37 

2-UT- McBoeth 2-yord run (Erxleben kick) 12 55 

3-UT-J. Jones 14-yard run (Erxleben kick) 2 42 

3-UT - H. Jones 32-yord run (Erxleben kick) 1 :08 





UM 


UT 


First Downs 


20 


18 


Rushing Yards 


34 


220 


Passing 


214 


45 


CompAtt-Int 


17-43-4 


2-7-0 


Return Yards 





20 


Punts-Avg. 


8-37 


7-41 


Fumbles-Lost 


2-1 


3-1 


Penalties-Yards 


5-35 


7-42 



RUSHING-Marylond, Alkins 10-15. Texas, H. Jones 14-104. 
PASSING-Maryland, O'Hore 12-27-146. Texas, McBoeth 2-5^15 
RECEIVING: Marylond, Richards 4-52 Texas L Jones 2-45 
Alt: 33 122 




Charles 
Johnson's 
mood tells the 
story after the 
Terps lost in 
the '78 
Sun Bowl. 



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Tangerine Bowl 
Orlando 
Dee. 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 re- 
ceiver, 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 Tan- 
gerine Bowl record and established a new Terrapin bowl 
record when he booted his fourth field goal in the third 
quarter. 



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Maryland 
Florida 



hi 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) 1404 

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-yord 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 
PASSINGMarylond, Tice 11-23-129. Florida, Peace 20-24-271 
RECEIVING: Maryland, Havener 4-83 Florida, Collinsworth 8166 
Aft 52,541 




Charlie Wysocki 
ran for 159 
yards in the '80 
Tangerine Bowl. 




Aloha Stadium 
Honolulu 
Pec. 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 attempt fell short. The Terps 
had fallen behind 1 4-6 in the first half and Boomer Esiason 
completed 1 passes for 1 20 yards and a touchdown in 
the third quarter, sparking Maryland to a 20-14 lead 
early in the fourth. 



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4th 



Maryland 
Washington 



2nd 3rd 

6 6 8 

7 7 7 



f 

20 

21 



1-UW ■ Allen 27-yard pass from Cowan (Nelson kick) 10: 14 
2-UM - D'Addio 19-yard pass from Esiason (kick foiled) 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 
Passing 
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 

PASSINGMarylond, Esiason 19-32-251 Washington, Cowan 33- 

55-369 

RECEIVING: Maryland, Tice 6-85 Washington, Skonsi 10-81 

Ath 30.055 




Dave D'Addio 
rushes past 
Washington in 
the Aloha Bowl. 



CITRUS 
BOWL 



Florida Citrus 
Bowl 
Orlando 
Dee. 17. 1983 



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TENNESSEE 30 
MARYLAND 23 



Tennessee scored two touchdowns in the fourth quarter to 
overcome a 20-16 deficit and defeat the Terps, 30-23, i 
the 1983 Citrus Bowl. Maryland took a four-point lead 
into the fourth quarter, thanks to outstanding play from re- 
serve 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 inter 
ception early in the fourth quarter, set the Vols on 
Maryland's 14-yard line which led to a Tennessee touch- 
down run that was the difference. 



1st 

Maryland 3 

Tennessee 7 



2nd 3rd 
6 11 

3 6 



4th 
3 
14 



F 

23 

30 



1-UM • Atkinson 18-yord field goal 4 01 

1 -UT - Taylor 1 2 pass from Cockrell (Reveiz kick) 1 :04 

2-UM • Atkinson 48-yard field goal 1 3 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 poss failed) 5:29 

3-UM - Badan|ek 3-yard run (Badon|ek run) 4 14 

4-UT-Jones 1-yard run (Reveiz kick) 14 01 

4-UT - Jones 2-yard run (Reveiz kick) 1 1 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-losl 3-1 1-1 

Penalties-Yards 6-32 1-5 

RUSHING-Maryland, Joyner 17-58 Tennessee, Jones 29-154. 
PASSINGMarylond, Reich 14-22192 Tennessee, Cockrell 16-23- 
185. 

RECEIVING: Maryland. David 4-66 Tennessee, Duncan 6-59. 
Alt; 50,183 




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Esiason 
(second from 
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El Paso 

Dec. 22. 1984 



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 Ihe ensu- 
ing kickoff was returned for a touchdown by the Volun- 
) teers 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. 



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Marylond 22 6 - 28 

Tennessee 10 II 6 27 

I -UT ■ Jones 2-yard run [Reveiz kick) 6:34 
1-UT - Reveiz 24-yard field goal 2:29 
2-UT - Reveiz 52-yard field goal 5:13 
2-UT ■ McGee 6-yard pass from Robinson 
(McGee pass from Robinson) 0:37 
3-UM - Neol 57-yord 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 (poss failed) 0:10 
4-UM - Badanjek 1-yard run (pass failed) 2:28 
UM UT 

First Downs 22 13 

Rushing Yards 229 148 

Passing 201 132 

Comp-Alt-Int 17-28-1 15-24-0 

Return Yards 80 194 

Punts-Avg 4-39.0 5-42.4 

Fumbles-losl 2-2 2-2 

Penolties-Yards 8-63 6-49 

RUSHING-Morylond, Neal 12-107 Tennessee, Jones 14-80. 
PASSING-Maryland, Reich 1 7-28-201. Tenn., Robinson 15-24-132. 
RECEIVING: Maryland Hill 4-69 Tennessee, McGee 6-66 
Art 50 126 




- After rallying 
from a 21-0 
halftime deficit, 
the Terps 
carried coach 
Bobby Ross off 
the field after 
winning the '84 
Sun Bowl. 



CHERRY 



Pontiac 
Silverdome 
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 touchdown run. 
Trailing 10-6 in the second quarter, Gelbaugh hit tight 
end Chris Knight for a three-yard score to put the Terps in 
the lead for good. The touchdown pass also was the start 
of a 22-point second quarter that tied a Maryland bowl 
record for points scored in a quarter. 



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35 



1-SU ■ McAulay 26-yord field goal 10:27 

1-UM - Gelbaugh 4-yord run (kick foiled) 6:36 

2-SU ■ Drummond 10-yard run (McAulay kick) 12:53 

2-UM - Knight 3-yord 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-Ro'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-Art-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-Ro'oof 586. Syracuse, Slano 4-69. 
Alt 5 1 858 




Len Lynch (63} 
hoists the 1985 
Cherry Bowl 
trophy. 



INDEPENDENCE 







BOWL 

Independence 
Stadium 
Shreveport, La. 


INDEPENDENCE BOWL 

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MARYLAND 34 
LOUISIANA TECH 34 



Tech's Chris Boniol hit o 29-yard field goal with no time 
remaining in the 1990 Independence Bowl, allowing the 
Bulldogs to escape Shreveport with a 34-34 tie. The Terra- 
pins fell behind 31-20 early in the fourth quorter but ral- 
lied to take the lead when Scott Zolak threw a 15-yord 
touchdown pass to Brad Johnson with 52 remaining. How- 
ever, on the ensuing kickoff, Tech's Lorenzo Baker returned 
the kick 41 yards to start the Bulldog drive on the Mary- 
land 39-yard line. Five plays and 28 yards later, Boniol 
kicked his second field goal of the game to even the score. 



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Maryland 14 6 14 34 

Louisiana Tech 14 14 6 — 34 

1-UM -Jackson 1-yard run (DeArmas kick) 11:59 

l-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 failed) 744 

3-LT - Slaughter 7-yord 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) 1 1 20 

4-UM -Johnson 15-yard pass from Zolak (DeArmas kick) 0:52 

4-LT - Boniol 28-yard held goal 0:00 

UM LT 

First Downs 16 25 

Rushing Yards 191 150 

Passing 115 254 

Comp-Alt-Int 11-18-1 18-28-3 

Return Yards 22 

Punts-Avg. 4-372 1-34.0 

Fumbles-Losl 1-1 3-1 

Penolties-Yards 9-88 6-53 

RUSHING-Maryland, Jockson 17-50. La Tech, Richardson 27-81. 
PASSING-Maryland, Zolak 7-16159. La. Tech, Johnson 7-8-70. 
RECEIVING: Marylond, Johnson 5-107 La Tech, Slaughter 5^56. 
Aft 48.325 




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(74) lifts Troy 
Jackson in the 
air after the 
Terps' third- 
quorter score in 
the '90 
Independence 
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■CORDS Lon gest Pass Touchdown 



Bushing 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, 1 975 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 



Bushing Attempts 



39, Charlie Wysocki vs. Florida, 1980 Tangerine 

Bushing Touchdowns 

3, Troy Jackson vs. Louisiana Tech, 1990 Independence 

Longest Touchdown Bun 

57 yards, Tommy Neal vs. Tennessee, 1984 Sun 



Passing Yards 



251 (19 of 32, 2 TD, 1 Int.), Boomer Esiason vs. Washington, 

1982 Aloha 
223(14of20,2TD, 1 Int.), Stan Gelbaugh vs. Syracuse, 1985 

Cherry 
215 (17 of 28, 1 TD, 3 Int.), Scott Zolak vs Louisiana Tech, 

1990 Independence 
211 (12 of 20, TD, 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 




lu Gambino holds the Maryland record for rushing yards 
in a game with 165, gained in the '48 Gator Bowl. 



68, Louis Carter to Walter White vs. Georgia, 1973 Peach 



Total Offense 



252 yards (1 run, 251 pass), Boomer Esiason vs. Washington, 
1983 Aloha 



Receptions 



8(126 yards), Charlie White vs. Minnesota, 1 977 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 



, 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 Yardag e 



1 89 { 1 65 rush, 24 rec.), Lu Gambino vs. Georgia, 1 948 Gator 
1 84 (93 rush, 47 rec, 44 ret., Mark Mason vs. Louisiana Tech, 
1990 Independence 

Touchdowns Besponsible 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, 1 1 run) vs. Louisiana Tech, 1 990 

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 Coal 



48 yards, Jess Atkinson vs. Tennessee, 1983 Citrus 



Punting Averag e 



53 .0 (3 for 1 59 yds), Lynn Beightol vs. Oklahoma, 1 956 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 

Fumble Return for 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, 1 990 Independence ( 1 2 rush, 9 pass, 4 pen.) vs. Louisiana 
Tech 



First Downs Bushing 



14, 1952 Sugar vs. Tennessee 

First Downs I 



12, 1983 Citrus vs. Tennessee 



Fewest First Downs 



9, 1956 Orange vs. Oklahoma 

Rushing Yards 



289 yards, 1952 Sugar vs. Tennessee 

Bushing Attempts 



54, 1980 Tangerine (177 yards) vs. Florida 
54, 1984 Sun (229 yards) vs. Tennessee 



Bushing Touchdowns 



3, 1950 Gator vs. Missouri 
3, 1984 Sun vs. Tennessee 
3, 1990 Independence vs. Louisiana Tech 



Fewest Bushing 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, 1 978 Sun vs. Texas ( 1 7 completions) 

i Touchdowns 



Passing ' 



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 



4, 1952 Sugar vs. Tennessee 

Fumbles 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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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 I 

Team Records 185 

Attendance Records ft 186 

Year-by-Year Team Statistics 1 87 | 

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Rushing Attempts 



Bushing Yards Per Carry 



Career-807, LaMonl Jordan, 1997-2000 
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 



980 



Rushing Yards 



Career-4,147, LaMont Jordan, 1997-2000 
Season- 1,632, LaMont Jordan, 1999 

Sr.- 1,261, Steve Atkins, 1978 

Jr.- 1,632, LaMont Jordan, 1999 

So.- 1,140, Charlie Wysocki, 1979 

Fr.-689, LaMont Jordan, 1997 
Game-306, LaMont Jordan vs. Virginia, 1999 

By Quarterback- 1 39, Dennis O'Hara vs. Wake 

Forest, 1969 



Career (min. 300 o1t.]-5.57, Ed Modzelewski, 1949-51 
Career (min. 175 alt.)-8 13, Chet Hanulak, 1951-53 
Season |min. 200att.)-6.14, LaMont Jordan, 1999 
Season (min. 100att.)-738, 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 art.) -15.0, Willie Joyner vs. No. Carolina, 

1982 



100-Yard Rushing Games 



1978 



Career- 18, LaMont Jordan, 1997-2000 
Season- 8, Charlie Wysocki, 1980; Steve Atkins, 

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 



Bushing Touchdowns 



Career-3, Charlie Wysocki, 1978-81 

Season-2, LaMont Jordan, 1999, Charlie Wysocki, 1979 

Consecutive- 2, Charlie Wysocki, 1979 



Career-44, Rick Badanjek, 1982-85 
Season- 16, LaMont Jordan, 1999 

Sr.-14, EdVereb, 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 



Lon gest TD Run 



98, Steve Atkins vs. Clemson, 1978 



Lon gest Non-Scoring Run 



76, Harry Bonk vs. No. Carolina, 1948 



Rushing Attempts - Career 



1. LaMontJordan, 1997-2000.... 

2. Charlie Wysocki, 1978-81 

3. Steve Atkins, 1975-78 

4. Louis Carter, 1972-74 

5. Rick Badanjek, 1982-85 

6. Billy Lovett, 1966-68 

7 Willie Joyner, 1980-83 

ArtSeymore, 1970-72 

9. Alvin Blount, 1983-86 

10. Bren Lowery, 1986-89 

11. Mark Mason, 1990-93 

12. Buddy Rodgers, 1994-97 

13. Ed Modzelewski, 1949-51 

14. Alvin Maddox, 1975-78 

15. Troy Jackson, 1988-91 

16. Alvin Thomas, 1968-70 

17 Richard Jennings, 1972-75 

Jim Joyce, 1957-59 

19. Brian Underwood, 1994-97 

20. George Scott, 1976-77 

Rushing Attempts - Season 

1. Charlie Wysocki (Jr.), 1980 

2. Steve Atkins (Sr.), 1978 

3. LaMontJordan (Jr.), 1999 

4. Charlie Wysocki (So.), 1979 

5. Louis Carter (Sr.), 1974 

6. Art Seymore (So.), 1970 

7 Louis Carter (Jr.), 1973 

8. Billy Lovett (Sr.), 1968 

9. LaMontJordan (Sr.), 2000 

10. Willie Joyner (Sr.), 1983 

11. George Scott (So), 1977 

12. Tom Hickey (So.), 1964 

13. Willie Joyner (Jr.), 1982 

14. Troy Jackson (Jr.), 1990 

15. Rick Badanjek (Jr.), 1984 

16. Alvin Blount (Jr.), 1985 

17 LaMontJordan (So.), 1998 

18. Bren Lowery (So), 1987 

19. LaMontJordan (Fr), 1997 

Charlie Wysocki (Sr.), 1981 



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Rushing Attempts - Game 

1 . Charlie Wysocki vs. Duke, 1980 50 

2. George Scott vs. Villanova, 1977 42 

3. Charlie Wysocki vs. Syracuse, 1981 39 

Billy Lovett vs. So. Carolina, 1968 39 

5. LaMontJordan vs. Virginia, 1999 37 

6. Charlie Wysocki vs. W. Virginia, 1980 35 

George Scott vs. Richmond, 1977 35 

8. Charlie Wysocki vs. Virginia, 1981 33 

Len Chiaverini vs. So. Carolina, 1962 33 

10. John Nash vs. Wake Forest, 1981 32 

Charlie Wysocki vs. Clemson, 1979 32 

Rushing Yards - Career 

1. LaMontJordan, 1997-2000 4,147 

2. Charlie Wysocki, 1978-81 3,317 

3. Steve Atkins, 1975-78 2,971 

4. Rick Badanjek, 1982-85 2,417 

5. Louis Carter, 1972-74 2,266 

6 Alvin Blount, 1983-86 2,158 

7. Willie Joyner, 1980-83 2,140 

8. Billy lovett, 1966-68 1,913 

9. Ed Modzelewski, 1949-51 1,893 

10. Mark Mason, 1990-93 1,807 

11. ArtSeymore, 1970-72 1,656 

12. Bren Lowery, 1986-89 1,611 

13. Alvin Maddox, 1975-78 1,571 

14. Chet Hanulak, 1951-53 1,544 

15. Buddy Rodgers, 1994-97 1,488 

16. Tommy Neal, 1983-86 1,375 

17 Ralph Felton, 1951-53 1,355 

18. Richard Jennings, 1972-75 1,308 

19. George Scott, 1976-77 1,263 

20. Alvin Thomas, 1968-70 1,203 

Rushing Yards - Season 

1. LaMontJordan (Jr.), 1999 1,632 

2. Charlie Wysocki (Jr.), 1980 1,359 

3. Steve Atkins (Sr), 1978 1,261 

4. Charlie Wysocki (So.), 1979 1,140 

5. Willie Joyner (Jr.), 1982 1,039 

6. Louis Carter (Sr.), 1974 991 

7 Billy Lovett (Sr.), 1968 963 



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Minimum / 75 Rushing Attempts 

I. ChelHanulok, 1951-53 8 13 

2 Ed Modzelewski, 1949-51 5 57 

3. Tommy Neal, 1983-86 5.33 

4 Ralph felton, 1951-53 5.15 

5 laMonl Jordan, 1997-2000 5.14 

6. Akin Blount, 1983-86 5.07 

7. Bob Shemonski, 1949-51 5.02 

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 



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Charlie Wysocki is Maryland's second all-time leader in 
rushing attempts and rushing yards. 

. 8. Art Seymore (So ), 1970 945 

I 9. LaMont Jordan (Sr.|, 2000 920 

' 10 Willie Joyner (Sr), 1983 908 

11. laMont Jordan (So], 1998 906 

; 12. Lu Gambino (Sr.|, 1947 904 

I 13. George Scott (So.), 1977 894 

Tom Hickey (So), 1964 894 

15 Ed Modzelewski (Sr.), 1951 834 

j 16. Rick Badanjek (Jr |, 1984 832 

'. 17 Alvin Blount (Jr.), 1985 828 

i 18. Louis Carter (Jr.), 1973 801 

■ 19. Alvin Blount (So), 1984 759 

i 20 Chet Hanulok (Sr.), 1953 753 



Bushing 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 

1 1 . 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 



Chet 'The Jet" Hanulak holds the Maryland career and 
season marks for yards per carry. 

Bushing 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 723 

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.), 1 974 5.88 

8. 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 



Bushing Yards Per Carry - Game 

Minimum 1 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. LoMonl 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, 1999 8.8 

10. LaMonl Jordan vs Wake Forest, 2000 8.6 

Rushing Touchdowns - Career 

1. Rick Badaniek, 1982-85 .44 

2. LaMont Jordan, 1997-2000 .36 

3. Steve Atkins, 1975-78 31 

4. Charlie Wysocki, 1978-81 .... 26 

5. 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 1 

Tim Wilson, 1972-76 1 

Dick Shiner, 1961-63 I 

Jim Joyce, 1957-59 1 

Ralph Felton, 1951-53 1 

Ed Fullerton, 1950-52 I 




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1. LaMonlJordan (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. LaMont Jordan (Sr), 2000 1 1 

Charlie Wysocki (Jr.), 1980 11 

Ed Modzelewski (Sr.), 1951 11 

Lu Gambino (Sr.), 1947 11 

1 1 . Steve Atkins (Sr.), 1978 10 

12. Rick Badanjek (Fr.), 1982 9 

Steve Atkins (Jr.), 1977 9 

14. Tommy Neal (Sr.), 1986 8 

Rick Badanjek (So.), 1983 8 

Charlie Wysocki (So), 1979 8 

Jim Joyce (Sr.), 1959 8 

18. 11 players 7 

(last time: Buddy Rodgers, 1995) 

Rushing Touchdowns - Game 

1. Bob Shemonski vs. Va. Tech, 1950 5 

2. LaMonlJordan vs. Clemson, 1999 4 

Charlie Wysocki vs. Virginia, 1981 4 

4. LaMonlJordan vs. Middle Tennesse State, 2000 .... 3 

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 1 978. 




200-Yard Rushing Games - Career 

1. Charlie Wysocki, 1978-81 3 

2. LaMonlJordan, 1997-present 2 

3. 6 players (last time: Rick Badanjek, 1984) 1 

200-Yard Rushing Games - Season 

1. LaMonlJordan (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.), 1 979 2 

100-Yard Rushing Games - Career 

1. LaMonlJordan, 1997-2000 18 

2. Charlie Wysocki, 1978-81 17 

3. Steve Atkins, 1975-78 15 

4. Louis Carter, 1972-74 7 

5. Mark Mason, 1990-93 6 

Willie Joyner, 1980-83 6 

7. Buddy Rodgers, 1994-97 5 

John Nash, 1973-75 5 

ArtSeymore, 1970-72 5 

Ed Modzelewski, 1949-51 5 

Billy Lovett, 1966-68 5 

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Charlie Wysocki (Jr.), 1980... 

Steve Atkins (Sr.), 1978 

LaMonlJordan (Jr.), 1999 

LaMont Jordan (So.), 1998 ... 
Charlie Wysocki (So.), 1979. 
LaMont Jordan (Sr.), 2000 .... 
Charlie Wysocki (Sr.), 1981 .. 

John Nash (Jr.), 1981 

Louis Carter (Sr.), 1974 

Art Seymore (Jr.), 1970 

Billy Lovett (Sr.), 1968 

Tom Hickey (So.), 1964 

Ed Modzelewski (Sr.), 1951 .. 
Buddy Rodgers (So.), 1995... 

Allen Williams (Sr), 1994 

Mark Mason (Jr.), 1992 

Willie Joyner (Sr.), 1983 

Willie Joyner (Jr.), 1982 

George Scott (Sr.), 1977 

Steve Atkins (So.), 1976 

Alvin Maddox (Jr.), 1976 

ChetHanulakjSr.j, 1953 



Consecutive 100- Yard Rushing Games 



1. Steve Atkins (Sr.), 1978 

2. Charlie Wysocki (Jr.), 1980.. 

3. LaMont Jordan (Sr.), 2000... 
LaMont Jordan (Jr.), 1999 .... 
LaMont Jordan (So.), 1998 .. 
Charlie Wysocki (So), 1979 
George Scott (So.), 1977... 
Steve Atkins (So.), 1976 



Year Player Carries-Yards 

1947 Lu Gambino 125-904 

1948 Hurbert Werner 101-554 

1 949 Dick Modzelewski 1 20-589 

1950 Bob Shemonski 101-560 

1951 Ralph Felton 83-485 

1952 Jack Scorbath 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 

1 962 Len Chiaverini 156-602 

1963 Jerry Fishman 116-480 

1 964 Bo Hickey 1 82-894 

1 965 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 WillieJoyner 177-1,039 

1983 WillieJoyner 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 

1 992 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 LaMonlJordan 159-689 

1998 LaMontJordan 169-906 

1999 LaMontJordan 226-1,632 

2000 LaMontJordan 213-920 





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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, 1 1 /5/77) 

227 LaMonlJordan (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, 1 1 /24/79) 

197 Steve Atkins (Clemson, 11/18/78) 

1 86 Ralph Felton (NC Stale, 11/17/51) 

1 86 Alvin Blount (Virginia, 11/29/85) 

180 Louis Carter (NC Slate, 10/26/74) 

1 78 Charlie Wysocki (Clemson, 9/ 1 5/79) 

177 Charlie Wysocki (Villanova, 9/6/80) 

177 LaMont Jordan (Clemson, 10/16/99) 

176 Buddy Rodgers (Duke, 10/26/96) 

173 George Scott (Virginia, 1 0/ 1 9/77) 

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) 

1 69 LaMont Jordan (Florida State, 11/1 3/99) 

169 Steve Atkins (Richmond, 9/11/76) 

167 Mark Mason (West Virginia, 9/19/92) 

1 64 LaMont Jordan (West Virginia, 9/ 1 8/99) 

164 Mark Mason (NC Slate, 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 Louis Carter (No. Carolina, 9/28/74) 

158 LaMonlJordan (Western Carolina, 9/11/99) 

158 LaMonlJordan (Duke, 10/28/00) 

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 (Villanovo, 11/9/74) 

1 49 Charlie Wysocki (West Virginia, 9/20/80) 

148 Charlie Wysocki (Virginia, 11/22/80) 

147 LaMonlJordan (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) 

1 40 R.ck Badaniek (NC State, 11/19/83) 

139 Dennis O'Hara (Wake Forest, 1 0/4/69) 

139 Charlie Wysocki (Miss. St., 9/22/79) 

138 Ed Modzelewski (Geo. Washington, 1 0/6/5 1 ) 

138 Alvin Maddox (NC State, 10/9/76) 

138 LaMonlJordan (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 LoMontJordan (No. Carolina, 11/7/98) 

135 Monte Hinkle (Florida, 10/23/71 ) 

135 Charlie Wysocki (Penn Stale, 10/1 1/80) 




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Jack Scarbath (Georgetown, 11/14/50) 
Chel Hanulak (Alabama, 11/21/53) 
Ed Vereb (Syracuse, 11/22/55) 
Alvin Maddox (Clemson, 11/13/76) 
Steve Atkins (NC State, 10/7/78) 
Charlie Wysocki (NC Stale, 11/1/80) 
LaMonlJordan (Wake Forest, 10/17/98) 
Ed Modzelewski (West Virginia, 11/24/51) 
Ted Kershner (NC State, 11/22/56) 
Tom Hickey (Virginia, 11/21/64) 
Alvin Maddox (Kent, 11/13/76) 
Tom Hickey (NC Slate, 10/3/64) 
Ed Modzelewski (Navy, 10/10/51) 
Art Seymore (West Virginia, 11/28/70) 
Louis Carter (Clemson, 11/17/73) 
Tom Hickey (Wake Forest, 11/24/64) 
Steve Atkins (Virginia, 11/22/75) 
LaMonlJordan (NC Slate, 11/8/97) 
Dwayne Fletcher (No. Carolina, 10/17/59) 
Alvin Blount (West Virginia, 9/20/86) 
Ed Modzelewski (Duke, 10/28/50) 
Tom Hickey (Penn State, 10/31/64) 
George Scott (Virginia, 11/20/76) 
Ralph Donofrio (Clemson, 11/11/67) 
Tommy Neal (Duke, 10/27/84) 
Willie Joyner (NC State, 11/19/83) 
Harold Wesrley (Wake Forest, 10/19/96) 
Len Chiaverini (S. Carolina, 10/27/62) 
Tom Selep (Baylor, 10/6/56) 
Monte Hinkle (Wake Forest, 10/2/71) 
Carl Shelton (Virginia, 11/20/71) 
Steve Atkins (Louisville, 9/16/78) 
Mark Mason (Pittsburgh, 10/5/91) 
Allen Williams (Florida St., 11/6/93) 



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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) 
ChetHonulak (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 Slate, 9/ 18/71) 
Brian Underwood (Temple, 9/27/97) 
LaMonlJordan (Florida Stale, 9/28/00) 
Chel 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) 
Mukala Sikyala (Wake Forest, 10/21/00) 
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 (Tulone, 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 (Tulone, 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) 
Sieve Atkins (Wake Forest, 10/21/78) 
Tim Whime (Duke, 10/27/79) 
John Nash (NC Slate, 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| 
Mork Mason (Va. Tech, 9/25/93) 
Allen Williams IGeorgia 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) 
LaMonlJordan (Georgia Tech, 10/31/98) 
Tom Miller (Duke, 10/18/69) 
Tom Miller (VMI, 10/30/71) 
LaMonlJordan (NC State. 11/4/00) 
LaMonlJordan (No. Carolina, 11/11/00) 
Allen Williams (Tulone, 10/29/94) 
Charlie Wysocki (Vanderbilt, 9/12/81 ) 



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Passing Attempts 



Career-982, Scott Milanovich, 1992-95 
Season-482,JohnKaleo, 1992 

Sr.-482,JohnKaleo, 1992 

Jr.-353, DanHenning, 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,JohnKaleo, 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 



Passing Completion Percentag e 

Career (min. 200 att.J-.662, Scott Milanovich (650 of 
982), 1992-95 

Season (min. 1 25 att.)-688, Scott Milanovich (229 of 
333), 1994 

Sr.-665, Scott Milanovich (125 of 188), 1995 
Jr.- 688, Scott Milanovich (229 of 333), 1994 
S0.-.647, Scott Milanovich (279 of 431 ), 1993 
Fr.-.520, Calvin McCall (93 of 179), 1999 

Game (min. 10 art.)-. 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.)-14743, Frank Reich, 1984 

Sr.- 147.43, Frank Reich, 1984 

Jr.-143.57, Scott Milanovich, 1994 

So.- 144.48, Scott Milanovich, 1993 

Fr.-U7.10, Calvin McCall, 1999 



Career-7,301, Scott Milanovich, 1992-95 
Season-3,499, Scott Milanovich, 1993 
Sr.-3, 392, John Kaleo, 1992 
Jr.-2,725, DanHenning, 1986 
So.-3,499, Scott Milanovich, 1993 
Fr.- 1,264, Calvin McCall, 1999 
Game-498, Scott Milanovich vs. Va. Tech, 



Passing Touchdowns 



1993 



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 



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 Pa ssing 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 



Passing Attempts - Career 






1. Scott Milanovich, 1992-95 

2. Boomer Esiason, 1981-83 

3. Neil O'Donnell, 1987-89 

4. DanHenning, 1985-87 

5. Brian Cummings, 1994-97 

6. John Kaleo, 1991-92 

7. Dick Shiner, 1961-63 

8. Scott Zolak, 1988-90 

9. Stan Gelbaugh, 1981-85 

10. Al Neville, 1971-73 

11. Bob Avellini, 1972-74 

12. Calvin McCall, 1999-2000 

13. Alan Pastrana, 1965-68 

14. MikeTice, 1977-80 

15. Jim Sandwisch, 1988-91 

16. Phil Petry, 1964-66 
17 Larry Dick, 1973-77 
18. JeffShugars, 1969-70 
19 Mark Manges, 1974-77 
20. Jack Scarbath, 1950-52 

Passing Attempts - Season 

1. John Kaleo (Sr), 1992 

2. Scott Milonovich (So.), 1993 

3. Scott Zolak (Sr.), 1990.. 

4. Dan Henning (Jr.), 1986 

5. Scott Milanovich (Jr.), 1994 

6. Boomer Esiason (Jr.), 1982 

7. Stan Gelbaugh (Sr.j, 1985 

8. Boomer Esiason (Sr.), 1983 

9. Jim Sandwisch (Sr), 1991 

10. Dan Henning (Sr), 1987 

11. Neil O'Donnell (Sr ), 1989 

12. Neil O'Donnell (Jr.), 1988 

13. Brian Cummings (Sr), 1997 

14. Boomer Esiason (So.), 1981 




15. Dick Shiner (Sr), 1963. 

16. Al Neville (So.), 1971 .. 



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17. Dick Shiner (Jr.), 1962 203 



18. Calvin McCall (So), 2000 . 

19. Alan Pastrana (Jr.), 1966 .... 

20. Tim O'Hare (Sr.), 1978 



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Scolt Milanovich holds or shares 3 1 Maryland passing 
records, including career marks for attempts, completions, 
yards and completion percentage. 



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, 1 991-92 305 

7 Dick Shiner, 1961-63 287 

8. Scott Zolak, 1988-90 270 

9. Stan Gelbaugh, 1981-85 251 

10. Bob Avellini, 1972-74 231 

11 Al Neville, 1971-73 217 

12. Calvin McCall, 1999-2000 198 

13. Alan Pastrana, 1965-68 183 

14 Larry Dick, 1973-77 180 

15 MikeTice, 1977-80 166 

16. MarkMonges, 1974-77 155 

17. Jim Sandwisch, 1988-91 154 



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passing yards, completions and attempts. 

18 Phil Petry, 1964-66 141 

19. Frank Reich, 1982-84 132 

20. Dale Betty. 1958-60 127 

Passing Completions - Season 



John Kaleo (Sr.), 1992 .... 
Scott Milanovich (So.|, 1993 
Scott Milanovich (Jr.), 1994... 

Scott Zolak (Sr), 1990 

Dan Henning (Jr.), 1986 

Boomer Esioson (Jr.), 1982... 



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Stan Gelbaugh (Sr.), 1985 166 

Boomer Esioson (Sr), 1983 163 

Neil O'Donnell (jr.), 1988 160 

Dan Henning (Sr.), 1987 157 

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Neil O'Donnell (Sr.), 1989... 
Brian Cummings (Sr), 1997 . 

13. Jim Sandwisch (Sr.), 1991 

14. Scolt Milanovich (Sr.), 1995. 
Boomer Esiason (So), 1981 . 

Dick Shiner (Jr.), 1962 

Bob Avellini (Sr), 1974 

Dick Shiner (Sr.|, 1963 

Frank Reich (Sr.), 1984 

20. Al Neville (So.), 1971 



Passing Completions - Game 

1. Scott Milonovich 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 Milonovich vs. No. Carolina, 1993 34 

6. Scott Milanovich vs. Wake Forest, 1995 32 

Scott Milonovich vs. Virginia, 1994 32 

Scott Milonovich vs. NC State, 1994 32 

John Kaleo vs. Virginia, 1992 32 

10. John Koleo vs. No. Carolina, 1992 31 



Passing Yards - Career 



Scott Milonovich, 1992-95 7,301 

Boomer Esiason, 1981-83 6,259 

Neil O'Donnell, 1987-89 4,989 

Dan Henning, 1985-87 4,560 

Brian Cummings, 1994-97 4,080 

John Kaleo, 1991-92 3,660 

Stan Gelbaugh, 1981-85 3,659 

Dick Shiner, 1961-63 3,410 

Bob Avellini, 1972-74 3,222 

Scott Zolok, 1988-90 3,124 

Calvin McCall, 1999-2000 2,797 

Larry Dick, 1973-77 2,601 

Alan Pastrana, 1965-68 2,552 



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4. 

5. 
6 
7. 

8. 
9. 

10 
11. 

12 
13. 

14. Al Neville, 1971-73.... ... 2,493 

15. Jack Scarbath, 1950-52 2,287 

16 Mark Manges, 1974-77 2,147 

17. MikeTice, 1977-80 2,052 

18. Frank Reich, 1982-84 1,704 

19. Jim Sandwisch, 1988-91 1,636 

20. Phil Petry, 1964-66 1,625 

Passing Yards - Season 



1. Scott Milonovich (So ), 1993 

2. John Kaleo (Sr.), 1992 

3. Dan Henning (Jr.), 1986 

4. Scott Zolak (Sr.), 1990 

5 Stan Gelbaugh (Sr.), 1985 

6. Scott Milanovich (Jr.), 1994... 

7. Boomer Esiason (Sr.), 1983 ... 

8. Boomer Esiason (Jr.), 1982 

9. Neil O'Donnell (Sr), 1989 

10. Neil O'Donnell (Jr.), 1988 

11. Dan Henning (Sr.), 1987 

12. Brian Cummings (Sr.), 1997 ... 

13. Bob Avellini (Sr.), 1974 

14. Boomer Esiason (So), 1981 ... 

15. Colvin McCall (So.), 2000 

16. Jim Sandwisch (Sr), 1991 

Alan Pastrana (Jr.), 1966 

18. Frank Reich (Sr.), 1984 

19. TimO'Hare(Sr.|, 1978 

20. Larry Dick (Sr.), 1977 



3,499 
3,392 
2,725 
2,589 
.2,475 
. 2,394 
2,322 
2,302 
.2,103 
. 1,973 
.1,835 
. 1,760 
. 1,648 
. 1,635 
.1,533 
. 1,499 
. 1,499 
.1,446 
.1,388 
. 1,351 



Passing Yards - Came 



2. 
3. 
4. 
5. 
6. 
7. 

9. 
10 



Scott 
Scott 
John 
Scott 
John 
Scott 
Scott 
John 
Scott 
John 



Milanovich vs. Va. Tech, 1993 

Milanovich vs. W. Virginia, 1993 .... 

Koleo vs. Clemson, 1992 

Milanovich vs. Wake Forest, 1993 .. 

Kaleo vs. Pittsburgh, 1992 

Milanovich vs. Duke, 1993 

Milanovich vs. No. Corolino, 1993 

Kaleo vs. Wake Forest, 1992 

Milonovich vs. Florida St., 1995 

Kaleo vs. Duke, 1992 



.498 
.451 
.418 
.416 
.415 
.414 
.405 
.405 
.380 
.378 



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 3 



300-Yard Passing Games - Career 

1 Scott Milanovich, 1992-95 10 

2. Dan Henning, 1985-87 

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 

i 

2. 



Scott Milanovich (So.). 1993 ... . . 5 

John Koleo (Sr), 1992) 4 

Dan Henning (Jr.), 1986 4 

Scott Milanovich (Jr.), 1994 .... 3 

Scolt Milanovich (Sr.), 1995 2 

Stan Gelbaugh (Sr J. 1985 2 



Passing Completion Pet - 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. Colvin McCall, 1999-2000 524 

17. Richard Novak, 1959-61 5023 

18. MikeTice, 1977-80 5015 

19. Alan Pastrana, 1965-68 499 

20. Jim Sandwisch, 1988-91 489 

Passing Completion Pet - Season 

Minimum 1 25 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 Gelbough (Jr.), 1984 586 

583 

576 

570 

561 

557 

555 
554 



14. Mark Manges (Jr.), 1976 

15. Bob Avellini (So), 1972 

16. Larry Dick (So.), 1975 

17. Boomer Esiason (Jr.), 1982.. 

18. Neil O'Donnell (Sr), 1989.. 

19 Dan Henning (Jr.), 1986 

20. Boomer Esiason (Sr.), 1983 . 








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Boomer Esioson 



Neil O'Donnell 



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Brian Cummings 



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Minimum 1 Passing Attempts 

1 . Bob Avellini (1 0-1 1 ) vs. Duke, 1 974 909 

2. S. Milonovich (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. Ston Gelbaugh, 1981-85 129.59 

6. Neil O'Donnell, 1987-89 129.16 

7. Bob Avellini, 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. Calvin McCall, 1999-2000 11718 

14. Alan Pastrana, 1965-68 115.33 

15. John Kaleo, 1991-92 115.05 

16. Al Neville, 1971-73 108.09 

17 Dick Shiner, 1961-63 106.85 

18. MikeTice, 1977-80 104.73 

19. Scott Zolak, 1988-90 103.34 

20. Richard Novak, 1959-61 100 46 

Pass Efficiency Rating - Season 

Minimum 1 25 Passing Attempts 

1. Frank Reich (Sr.), 1984 14743 

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 Avellini (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 12773 

15. Stan Gelbaugh (Sr), 1985 12714 

16. Brian Cummings (Sr.), 1997 126.60 

17. Brian Cummings (So.), 1995 124,53 

18. John Kaleo (Sr.), 1992 120.96 

19. Shaun Hill (Jr.), 2000 119.17 

20. Calvin McCall (Fr.|, 1999 117.10 



Passing Touchdowns - Career 

1. Scott Milanovich, 1992-95 49 

2. Boomer Esiason, 1981-83 42 

3. Neil O'Donnell, 1987-89 26 

4. Dan Henning, 1985-87 24 

5. Alan Pastrana, 1965-68 23 

6. Brian Cummings, 1994-97 22 

Jack Scarbath, 1950-52 22 

8. Dick Shiner, 1961-63 21 

9. Stan Gelbaugh, 1981-85 _ 20 

10. John Kaleo, 1991-92 18 

11. Al Neville, 1971-73 17 

12. VicTuryn, 194748 16 

13. Mark Manges, 1974-77 15 

Bob Avellini, 1972-74 15 

Dale Betty, 1958-60 15 

16. Larry Dick, 1973-77 13 

17. Scott Zolak, 1988-90 12 

18. MikeTice, 1977-80 11 

19. Calvin McCall, 1999-2000 10 

Frank Reich, 1982-84 10 

Richard Novak, 1959-61 10 

Passing Touchdowns - Season 

1. Scott Milanovich (So.), 1993 26 

2. Scott Milanovich (Jr.), 1994 20 

3. Boomer Esiason (Jr.), 1982 18 

4. John Kaleo (Sr.), 1992 17 

Alan Pastrana (Jr.), 1966 17 

6. Dan Henning (Jr.), 1986 15 

Stan Gelbaugh (Sr.), 1985 15 

Boomer Esiason (Sr), 1983 15 

9. Neil O'Donnell (Jr.), 1988 12 

10. Mark Manges (Jr.), 1976 11 

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 

VicTuryn (Sr.), 1948 10 

18. Dan Henning (Sr.), 1987 9 

Frank Reich (Sr.), 1984 9 

Boomer Esiason (So), 1981 9 

Passing Touchdowns - Game 

1. 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 

6. Scott Milanovich vs. Go. Tech, 1994 4 

Scott Milanovich vs. Va. Tech, 1993 4 

Mark Manges vs. Villanova, 1975 4 

9. 13 times 3 

(last time: Shaun Hill vs. Georgia Tech, 2000) 



Year Player A C 

1947 VicTuryn 59 32 

1948 VicTuryn Ill 45 

1949 Stan Lavine 65 35 

1950 Jack Scarbath 80 32 

1951 Jack Scarbath 67 34 

1952 Jack Scarbath 113 59 

1953 Bernie Faloney 68 31 

1954 Charlie Boxold 59 23 

1955 Frank Tamburello 58 28 

1956 John Fritsch 52 23 

1957 BobRusevlyan 58 26 

1958 BobRusevlyan 109 59 

1959 Dale Betty 76 39 

1960 Dale Betty 132 82 

1961 Dick Shiner Ill 58 

1962 Dick Shiner 203 121 

1963 Dick Shiner 222 108 

1964 PhilPetry 162 73 

1965 PhilPetry 135 65 

1966 Alan Pastrana 195 102 

1967 Chuck Drimal 123 54 

1968 Alan Pastrana 172 81 

1969 JeffShugars 114 47 

1970 JeffShugars 175 75 

1971 Al Neville 204 107 

1972 Bob Avellini 170 98 

1973 Al Neville 92 51 

1974 Bob Avellini 189 12 

1975 Larry Dick 158 90 

1976 Mark Manges 139 81 

1977 Larry Dick 135 83 

1978 TimO'Hare 192 105 

1979 MikeTice 154 75 

1980 MikeTice 140 71 

1981 Boomer Esiason 242 122 

1982 Boomer Esiason 314 176 

1983 Boomer Esiason 294 163 

1984 Frank Reich 169 108 

1985 Stan Gelbaugh 311 166 

1986 Dan Henning 353 196 

1987 Dan Henning 287 157 

1988 Neil O'Donnell 267 160 

1989 Neil O'Donnell 280 156 

1990 Scott Zolak 418 225 

1991 Jim Sandwisch 291 142 

1992 John Kaleo 482 286 

1993 Scott Milanovich 431 279 

1994 Scott Milanovich 333 229 

1995 Brian Cummings 166 98 

1996 Brian Cummings 173 92 

1997 Brian Cummings 255 154 

1998 KenMastrole 131 59 

1999 Calvin McCall 179 93 

2000 Calvin McCall 199 105 



Yds. 


TD 


504 


6 


595 


10 


554 


6 


463 


4 


675 


8 


1,149 


10 


599 


5 


525 


6 


497 


4 


219 





297 


3 


657 


2 


552 


9 


796 


6 


921 


7 


1,324 


4 


1,165 


10 


809 


5 


763 


3 


1,499 


17 


669 


1 


1,053 


6 


716 


3 


836 


3 


1,275 


10 


1,251 


7 


554 


4 


1,648 


7 


1,190 


8 


1,145 


11 


1,351 


5 


1,388 


4 


897 


5 


928 


5 


1,635 


9 


2,302 


18 


2,322 


15 


1,446 


9 


2,475 


15 


2,725 


15 


1,835 


9 


1,973 


12 


2,103 


10 


2,589 


10 


1,499 


6 


3,392 


17 


3,499 


26 


2,394 


20 


1,193 


8 


1,127 


7 


1,760 


10 


632 


1 


1,264 


5 


1,533 


5 




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Scott Zolak 



Calvin McCall 



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Alan Pastrana 



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Total Offense Plays Total Offense Yards 



Career- 1,150, Scott Milanovich, 1992 95 
Season-588, John Kaleo, 1992 
Sr.-588, John Kaleo, 1992 
Jr.-418, DanHenning, 1986 
Sc-522, Scott Milonovich, 1993 
Fr.-258, Calvin McCall, 1999 



Career-7,111, Scott Milanovich, 1992-95 
Season-3,472,JohnKoleo, 1992 
Sr.- 3,472, John Kaleo, 1992 
Jr.-2, 681, DanHenning, 1986 
So.-3,437, Scott Milanovich, 1993 
Fr.- 1,520, Calvin McCall, 1999 



Touchdowns Responsible For 

Coreer-53, Scott Milanovich, 1992-95 
Season-29, Scott Milanovich, 1993 
Sr.-22, John Kaleo, 1992 
Jr.-21, Alan Pastrana, 1966 
So.-29, Scott Milonovich, 1993 
Fr.-9, Rick Badanjek, 1982 



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Total Offense Plays - Career 

I. 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. LaMont Jordan, 1997-2000 818 

6. Dick Shiner, 1961-63 790 

7 Charlie Wysocki, 1978-81 769 

8, Dan Henning, 1985-87 759 

9. John Kaleo, 1991-92 655 

10 Steve Atkins, 1975-78 625 

II. Scott Zolak, 1988-90 588 

12. Louis Carter, 1972-74 586 

13. Al Neville, 1971-73 566 

14. Rick Bodanjek, 1982-85 521 

Mark Manges, 1974-77 521 

16. Alan Pastrana, 1965-68 510 

17. Calvin McCall, 1999-2000 509 

18. Stan Gelbaugh. 1981-85 504 

19. Mike Tice, 1977-80 503 

20. Jack Scarbath, 1950-52 499 

Total Offense Plays - Season 

1. John Kaleo (Sr), 1992 588 

2. Scott Milonovich (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. JimSandwisch (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. LaMont Jordan, 1997-2000 4,284 

6. Brian Cummings, 1994-97 3,889 

7. John Kaleo, 1991-92 3,686 

8 Dick Shiner, 1961-63 3,634 

9. Ston Gelbaugh, 1981-85 ...+. 3,569 

10. Charlie Wysocki, 1978-81 3,317 

11. BobAvellini, 1972-74 3,285 

12. Calvin McCall, 1999-2000 3,111 




John Kaleo holds the record for total plays and total yards 
in a season, set in 1 992. 

13. Steve Atkins, 1975-78 2,971 

14. Mark Manges, 1974-77 2,962 

15. Jack Scarboth, 1950-52 2,938 

16. Scott Zolak, 1988-90 2,875 

17 Al Neville, 1971-73 2,734 

18. Larry Dick, 1973-77 2,498 

19. Louis Carter, 1972-74 2,476 

20. Rick Badanjek, 1982-85 2,417 

Total Offense Yards - Season 

1. John Kaleo (Sr.), 1992 3,472 

2. Scott Milonovich (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 Milonovich (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 



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. Calvin McCall (So), 2000 1,591 

17 Boomer Esiason (So.), 1981 1,560 

18. Calvin McCall (Fr), 1999 1,520 

19. Dick Shiner (Jr.), 1962 1,426 

20. Tim O'Hara (Sr), 1978 1,421 

Touchdowns Responsible For - Career 

1. Scott Milanovich, 1992-95 53 

2. Rick Badanjek, 1982-85 44 

Boomer Esioson, 1981-83 44 

4. LaMont Jordan, 1997-2000 .38 

5. Jack Scorbath, 1950-52 35 

6. Dick Shiner, 1961-63 32 

7 Steve Atkins, 1975-78 .... 31 

8 Brian Cummings, 1994-97 .30 

Louis Carter, 1972-74 30 

10. Neil O'Donnell, 1987-89 29 

11 Stan Gelbaugh, 1981-85 28 

Alan Pastrana, 1965-68 28 

13. Chorlie Wysocki, 1978-81 26 

14. DanHenning, 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 Esioson (Sr). 1983 

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-1, 1976 14 

Al Neville (So.), 1971 14 

Dick Shiner (Sr), 1963 14 

19 Jack Scorbath (Sr), 1952 13 

Stan Lavine (Sr.), 1949 13 

Lu Gambino (Sr), 1947 13 



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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- 1 6, Geroy Simon vs. Florida St., 

Receiving Yardag e 



Receiving Yards Per Catch 



1995 



Coreer-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 



Career (min. 35 rec.]- 19 15, Billy Van Heusen, 1965-67 
Season (min. 20 rec.)-21.44, Billy Van Heusen, 1966 
Sr.- 18.53, Lloyd Colteryahn, 1952 
Jr.-21.44, Billy Van Heusen, 1966 
So.- 19.17, Azizuddin Abdur-Ra'oof, 1985 
Fr.- 17.52, Azizuddin Abdur-Ra'oof, 1984 

Receiving Touchdowns 

Career-21, Jermaine Lewis, 1992-95 

Season-9, Jermaine Lewis, 1994; Marcus Badgett, 1992 

Sr.-9, Marcus Badgett, 1992 

Jr.-9, Jermaine Lewis, 1994 

So.-8, DanBungori, 1971 

Fr.-5, Sean Sullivan, 1983 
Game-3, Jermaine Lewis vs. W. Virginia, 1993; James 

Milling vs. No. Carolina, 1986; Guilian Gary vs. 

Georgia Tech, 2000 



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 

Longest Touchdown Reception 

92, Ed Bolton from Stan Lavine vs. So. Carolina, 1949 

Longest Non-Scoring Pass 

76, Jermaine Lewis from Scott Milanovich vs. 
West Virginia, 1993 



Pass Receptions - Career 



Jermaine Lewis, 1992-95 
Geroy Simon, 1993-96 ... 
Frank Wycheck, 1990-92 

Russ Weaver, 1992-94 

Azizuddin Abdur-Ra'oof, 1984-87 
Barry Johnson, 1987-90 
Ferrell Edmunds, 1984-87 
Marcus Badgett, 1989-92 
Frank Russell, 1972-74 

Greg Hill, 1982-84 

Mancel Johnson, 1993-96 
Bren Lowery, 1986-89 
Vernon Joines, 1985 
JohnTice, 1979-82 
Russell Davis, 1979-83 
James Milling, 1984-87 
Richie Harris, 1988-92 
Dean Richards, 1975-78 
Gary Collins, 1959-61 
Rick Badanjek, 1982-85 
Tom Brown, 1960-62 



Pass Receptions - Season 






1. Geroy Simon (So.), 1994 

2. Marcus Badgett (Sr.), 1992 

3. Russ Weaver (Jr.), 1993 

4. Jermaine Lewis (Sr), 1995 

5. Frank Wycheck (Fr.), 1990 

6. Richie Harris (Sr.), 1992 

7. Geroy Simon (Jr.), 1995 

8. Jermaine Lewis (So), 1993 
Dan Prunzik (Sr.), 1992 

10. Allen Williams (Sr.), 1994 
Greg Hill (Sr), 1984 

12. Russ Weaver (Sr), 1994 
Tom Brown (Sr.), 1962 

14. Jermaine Lewis (Jr.), 1994 
Frank Wycheck (So), 1991 

16. Bren Lowery (So.), 1987 

17. Barry Johnson (Jr.), 1989 
Darryl Hill (Jr.), 1963 ... 

19. Andrew Carter (Fr), 1993 

20. Guilian Gary (Jr.), 2000 




Pass Receptions - Game 



Geroy Simon vs. Florida St., 1995 

Russ Weaver vs. Wake Forest, 1993 

Frank Wycheck vs. Va. Tech, 1990 

Jermaine Lewis vs. Go. Tech, 1995 

Frank Wycheck vs. NC State, 1990 

Jermaine Lewis vs. NC State, 1995 

Allen Williams vs. Syracuse, 1994 

Geroy Simon vs. W. Virginia, 1994 

Marcus Badgett vs. Wake Forest, 1992 . 

Marcus Badgett vs. Pittsburgh, 1992 

John Tice vs. Clemson, 1982 



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2. 

3. 
4. 
5. 



9. 

10. 

11. 

12. 

13. 

14. 

15. 

16. 

17. 

18 

19. 

20 



Jermaine Lewis, 1992-95 

Geroy Simon, 1993-96 

Azizuddin Abdur-Ra'oof, 1984-87. 

Marcus Badgett, 1989-92 

Barry Johnson, 1987-90 

Greg Hill, 1982-84 

Ferrell Edmunds, 1984-87 

James Milling, 1984-87 

Russell Davis, 1981-83 

Frank Russell, 1972-74 

Vernon Joines, 1985-88 

Mancel Johnson, 1993-96 

Dean Richards, 1975-78 

Frank Wycheck, 1990-92 

Gary Collins, 1959-61 

Russ Weaver, 1992-94 

Vince Kinney, 1974-77 

Dan Bungori, 1971-73 

JohnTice, 1979-82 

Dan Prunzik, 1989-92 



2,932 
2,059 
. 1,895 
. 1,748 
. 1,721 
. 1,721 
. 1,641 
. 1,446 
. 1,408 
. 1,344 
.1,253 
. 1,240 
..1,194 
. 1,183 
. 1,182 
. 1,096 
. 1,044 
970 
.... 949 
... 942 



Receiving Yardage - Season 



Jermaine Lewis ranks No. 1 in career receptions and 
career receiving yards. 



I. 

2. 
3. 
4 
5. 
6. 
7. 
8. 
9. 
10. 



Marcus Badgett (Sr), 1992. 
Jermaine Lewis (So), 1993 .. 
Jermaine Lewis (Sr), 1995 ... 
Geroy Simon (So), 1994 .... 



1,240 
... 957 
.... 937 
... 891 



Greg Hill (Sr.), 1984 820 

Jermaine Lewis (Jr.), 1994 692 

Barry Johnson (Jr.), 1989 689 

Dan Prunzik (Sr), 1992 680 

Azizuddin Abdur-Ra'oof (So), 1985 671 

James Milling (Jr.), 1986 650 



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Geroy Simon ranks No. 2 in career receptions and career 
receiving yards. 

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 

593 

576 

575 

570 



15. Lloyd Colteryahn (Sr), 1952. 

16. Jason Kremus (Sr.), 1993 

17 Dean Richards (Sr.), 1978 

18. Greg Hill (Jr.), 1983 



19. Guilian Gary (Jr.), 2000 568 

20. Tom Brown (Sr), 1962 557 

Receiving Yardage - Game 

Marcus Badgett vs. Pittsburgh, 1992 251 

Jermaine lewis vs. No. Carolina, 1993 250 

James Milling vs. No. Corolina, 1986 220 

Marcus Badgett vs. Duke, 1992 218 

Jermaine Lewis vs. Duke, 1995 205 

Jermaine Lewis vs. Ga. Tech, 1995 189 

Russell Davis vs. Penn State, 1982 188 

Marcus Badgett vs. Woke Forest, 1992 187 

Morcus Badgett vs. Clemson, 1992 184 

Greg Hill vs. Miami, 1984 182 



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3. 
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5. 
6. 
7. 
8. 
9. 
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Yards Per Catch - Career 



Minimum 35 Receptions 

1. Billy Van Heusen, 1965-67 

2. Lloyd Colteryahn, 1950-52 

3. James Milling, 1984-87 ... 

4. Pete Augsberger, 1948-50 

5. Greg Hill, 1982-84 

6. Azizuddin Abdur-Ra'oof, 1984-87. 

7. Marcus Badgett, 1989-92 

8. Russell Davis, 1981-83 

9. Bobby Collins, 1964-66 

10. Jason Kremus, 1990-93 

11. Chuck White, 1975-77 

12. Eric Holder, 1982-85 

13. Jermaine Arrington, 1998-99 

14. Ferrell Edmunds, 1984-87 

15. Barry Johnson, 1987-90 

16. Gary Collins, 1959-61 

17 Walter White, 1973-74 

18. DanBungori, 1971-73 

19. Vince Kinney, 1974-77 

20. Stanley Karnash, 1948-50 



19.15 

18.56 

18.08 

. 1776 

. 17.74 

17.55 

17.48 

. 17.17 

. 17.11 

17.00 

16.88 

16.78 

16.70 

. 16.25 

16.24 

15.97 

15.96 

15.90 

15.82 

15.81 




Marcus Badgett holds the single-game record for receiving 
yards with 25 1, set against Pittsburgh in 1 992. 




Billy Van Heusen holds records for yards per catch in a 
career and season. 

Yards Per Catch - Season 

Minimum 20 Receptions 



Billy Van Heusen (Jr.), 1966 21.44 

Greg Hill (Jr.), 1983 21.11 

James Milling (Jr.), 1986 19.70 

Azizuddin Abdur-Ra'oof (So.|, 1985 19.17 

Russell Davis (So.], 1981 19.15 

Lloyd Colteryahn (Sr.), 1952 18.53 



Barry Johnson (Sr), 1990. 
Bobby Collins (Jr.), 1965 



.18.50 
18.48 



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 

Chuck White (Jr.), 1976 17.48 

Ferrell Edmunds (Sr.), 1987 17.23 

Rick Carlson (Sr.), 1968 17.10 

Pete Augsberger (Sr.), 1950 16.88 

Marcus Badgett (Sr.), 1992 16.53 

Russell Davis (Jr.), 1982 16.48 

Dean Richards (Sr), 1978 16.43 



20. Walter White (Sr.), 1974 16.30 

Receiving Touchdowns - Career 

1 . Jermoine Lewis, 1992-95 21 

2. Greg Hill, 1982-84 18 

3. Gary Collins, 1959-61 12 

4. Morcus Badgett, 1989-92 11 

Barry Johnson, 1987-90 11 

6. Mancel Jonnson, 1993-96 10 

Geroy Simon, 1993-96 10 

Azizuddin Abdur-Ro'oof, 1984-87 10 

Ferrell Edmunds, 1984-87 10 

DanBungori, 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 




Jermaine Lewis 



Geroy Simon 



Frank Wycheck 



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Russ Weaver 




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with 18 and had seven TDs in a season on two occasions. 



17. Guilian Gary, 1998-present. 

Jason Kremus, 1990-93 

James Milling, 1984-87 

Sean Sullivan, 1983-86 



7 

7 

7 

7 

John Tice, 1979-82 7 

Billy Van Heusen, 1964-66 7 

Darryl Hill, 1963-64 7 

Tom Brown, 1960-62 7 

Howie Dare, 1954-57 7 



Receiving Touchdowns - Season 



Jermaine Lewis (Jr.), 1994 

Marcus Badgett (Sr.), 1992.. 

Don Bungori (So.), 1971 

Guilian Gary (Jr.), 2000 

Jermaine Lewis (So.), 1993 ... 

Greg Hill (Jr.), 1983 

Greg Hill (So.), 1982 

Billy Van Heusen (Jr.), 1966 . 
Darryl Hill (Jr.), 1963 



10. Barry Johnson (Jr.), 1989 6 



James Milling (Jr.), 1986. 
Don RaHiff (Sr), 1972 



6 

6 

13. 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 While (Jr.), 1973 5 

20. 17 players 4 

(last time: Omar Cheeseboro, 1997) 




Receiving Touchdowns - Game 

1 . Guilian Gary vs. Georgia Tech, 2000 3 

Jermaine Lewis vs. W. Virginia, 1993 3 

James Milling vs. No. Carolina, 1986 3 

3. 25 players 2 

(last time: Guilian Gary vs. Middle Tennessee, 2000) 

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. Jermoine 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 




Jermaine Lewis holds records for receiving TDs in a game 
and season, career 200-yard receiving games and consecu- 
tive / 00-yard receiving games. 



Year 

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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 
2000 



Player Rec.-Yds TD 

Elmer Wingate 12-145 3 

Elmer Wingate 9-32 3 

Stan Karnash 16-245 2 

Pete Augsberger 25-422 2 

Lou Weidensaul 18-249 4 

Lloyd Colteryahn 32-593 4 

Chet Hanulak 10-152 

Bill Walker 13-209 1 

JackHealy 10-182 2 

Howie Dare 10-74 3 

Bill Turner 7-74 

Ed Cooke 14-137 

Ben Scotti 18-282 1 

Ron Shaffer 18-141 1 

Gary Collins 14-350 4 

Gary Collins 30-404 4 

Gary Collins 30-428 4 

Tom Brown 47-557 4 

Darryl Hill 43-516 7 

Dick Absher 22-268 1 

DickAbsher 33-382 1 

Billy Van Heusen 25-536 7 

Rick Carlson 24-309 2 

Bernard Demczuk 23-215 

Roland Merritt 19-499 2 

Don Ratliff 26-242 

Dan Bungori 32-490 8 

Dennis O'Hara 32-423 2 

Don Ratliff 36-515 6 

Frank Russell 39-468 3 

Frank Russell 31-404 

Kim Hoover 38-532 5 

Charlie White 23-402 4 

Eugene Kinney 32-505 

Dean Richards 35-575 1 

JanCannci 30-275 1 

Chris Havener 29-436 3 

John Tice 31-353 4 

John Tice 34-396 1 

Russell Davis 29-465 1 

Greg Hill 51-820 4 

Azizuddin Abdur-Ra'oof 35-671 4 

James Milling 33-650 6 

Bren Lowery 44-252 2 

Vernon Joines 29-433 2 

Barry Johnson 43-689 6 

Frank Wycheck 58-509 1 

Frank Wycheck 45-438 1 

Marcus Badgett 75-1,240 9 

Jermoine Lewis 52-957 7 

Geroy Simon 77-891 5 

Jermaine Lewis 66-937 3 

Geroy Simon 35-534 3 

Moises Cruz 29-337 1 

Jermaine Arrington 23-366 1 

Guilion Gary 24-257 

Guilian Gary 40-568 7 




Frank Russell 



Greg Hill 



Mancel Johnson 




Bren Lowery 



Vernon Joines 



John Tice 



Russell Davis 



James Milling 



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SCORING 



Most Points Scored 



Most PATs 



Career-308, Jess Atkinson, 1981-84 
Season- 102, LaMonl Jordan, 1999; 

Rick Badanjek, 1984 

Sr.-96, Ed Vereb, 1955; Lu Gambino, 1947 

Jr.- 102, LaMonl Jordan, 1999; 
Rick Badanjek, 1984 

So. -87, Jess Atkinson, 1982 

Fr.-60, Jess Atkinson, 1981 

Most Touchdowns 



Career- 128, Jess Atkinson, 1981-84 
Seoson-39, Jess Atkinson, 1982 

Sr.-37, Jess Atkinson, 1984 

Jr.-33, Steve Mike-Mayer, 1973 

So.-39, Jess Atkinson, 1982 

Fr.-24, Jess Atkinson, 1981 
Consecutive (Career] -93, Jess Atkinson, 1981-84 
Consecutive (Season)-39, Jess Atkinson, 



1982 



Best PAT Percentage 



Career-46, Rick Badanjek, 1982-85 
Season- 17, LaMonl Jordan, 1999 

Sr.- 16, Ed Vereb, 1955; Lu Gambino, 1947 

Jr.- 17, LaMont Jordan, 1999 

So.-9, Rick Badanjek, 1983 

Fr.-9, Rick Badanjek, 1982 

Most Two-Point Conversions 



Career-5, Rick Badanjek, 1982-85 
Season-3, Rick Badanjek, 1984 

Most Points Kicking 



Career-308, Jess Atkinson, 1' 
Season-88, Jess Atkinson, 1984 
Sr.-88, Jess Atkinson, 1984 
Jr.-80, Brian Kopka, 1999 
So.-87 Jess Atkinson, 1982 
Fr.-60, Jess Atkinson, 1981 



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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 23), 1990; Dan Plocki (20 
of 20), 1985;JohnHannigan(17of 17), 1961, Dan 
Plocki (16 of 16), 1987; Dan DeArmas (15 of 15), 1991; 
Bernardo Bramson (15 of 15), 1965; Ramon Paredes 
(13 of 13), 1985 

Sr.- 1.000, Dan Plocki (27 of 27), 1988 
Jr.- 1.000, Jess Atkinson (28 of 28), 1983 
So.- 1 000, Jess Atkinson (39 of 39), 1982 
Ft.- 1 .000, Dan Plocki (20 of 20), 1985 



Most Field Goals Made 



Career-60, Jess Atkinson, 1981-84 
Season-17, Dan Plocki, 1988; Jess Atkinson, I984;0ale 
Castro, 1979 



Sr.- 17, Dan Plocki, 1988; Jess Atkinson, 1984 

Jr.- 17, Dale Castro, 1979 

So.- 16, Jess Atkinson, 1982 

Fr.- 12, Jess Atkinson, 1981 
Game-5, Dale Castro vs. Mississippi St., 1979 
Consecutive- 16, Dale Castro, 1979 

Field Goals Attempted 

Career-82, Jess Atkinson, 1981-84 
Season-26, Ed Loncar, 1978 

Sr.-26, Ed Loncar, 1978 

Jr.-24, Steve Mike-Mayer, 1973 

So.-22, Jess Atkinson, 1982; 
Steve Mike-Mayer, 1 972 

Fr. -21 , Jess Atkinson, 1981 
Game-5, Dan Plocki vs. W. Virginia, 1985; Dale Castro 

vs. Mississippi St., 1979 

Field Goal Percentage 

Career (min. 20 oft.) -.778, Joe O'Donnell (28 of 36), 

1994-96 
Season (min. 1 2 art.)-. 850, Jess Atkinson (17 of 20), 

1984 

Sr.-850, Jess Atkinson ( 17 of 20), 1 984 

Jr.-.809, Dale Castro (17 of 21), 1979 

So.-. 786, Dan Plocki (11 of 14), 1986 

Fr.- 846, Dan Plocki (11 of 13), 1985 
Game- 1 000, Dale Castro (5 of 5) vs. Miss. St., 1979 

Longest Field Goal 

54, Steve Mike-Mayer vs. Villanova, 1973 

11. Dan Plocki (Sr), 1988 78 

12. Jess Atkinson (Jr.), 1983 73 

Ed Loncar (Sr), 1978 73 

14. Rick Badanjek (Sr), 1985 72 

15. Dale Castro (Jr.), 1979 70 

16. Steve Mike-Mayer (Jr.), 1973 69 

17 Mike Sochko (So), 1975 67 

18. LaMont Jordan (Sr.), 2000 66 

Charlie Wysocki (Jr), 1980 66 

Steve Atkins (Sr.), 1978 66 

Ed Modzelewski (Sr), 1951 66 

Touchdowns Scored - Career 

1 Rick Badanjek, 1982-85 46 

2. LaMont Jordan, 1997-2000 37 

3. Steve Atkins, 1975-78 32 

4. Louis Carter, 1972-74 27 

5. Jermaine Lewis, 1992-95 26 

Charlie Wysocki, 1978-81 26 

7. Buddy Rodgers, 1994-97 22 

Ed Modzelewski, 1949-51 22 

9. Ed Vereb, 1953-55 20 

10. Tommy Neal, 1983-86 19 

Bob Shemonski, 1949-51 19 

12. Greg Hill, 1981-84 18 

13. Alvin Blount, 1983-86 17 

ChetHanulak, 1951-53 17 

Lu Gambino, 1946-47 17 

16. Alvin Maddox, 1975-78 16 

17. John Schultz, 1972-75 15 

18. Ricky Johnson, 1988-89 14 

Tim Wilson, 1972-76 14 

Ralph Felton, 1951-53 14 



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Points Scored - Career 

1. Jess Atkinson, 1981-84 308 

2. Rick Badanjek, 1982-85 286 

3. Dan Plocki, 1985-88 233 

4. LaMont Jordan, 1997-2000 222 

5. Brian Kopka, 1997-2000 218 

6. Steve Mike-Moyer, 1972-74 203 

7. Steve Atkins, 1975-78 192 

8. Louis Carter, 1972-74 162 

9. Jermaine Lewis, 1992-95 158 

Dan DeArmas, 1988-91 158 

Charlie Wysocki, 1978-81 158 

12. JoeO'Donnell, 1994-96 148 

13. Buddy Rodgers, 1994-97 136 

14. Ed Modzelewski, 1949-51 132 

15. Dale Castro, 1979-80 121 

16. Ed Vereb, 1953-55 120 

17 Ed Loncar, 197678 118 

18. Tommy Neal, 1983-86 116 

19. Mike Sochko, 1975-77 115 

Bob Shemonski, 1949-51 115 

Points Scored - Season 

1. LoMontJordon (Jr.), 1999 102 

Rick Badanjek (Jr.), 1984 102 

3. Bob Shemonski (Jr.), 1950 97 

4. Ed Vereb (Sr.), 1955 96 

Lu Gambino (Sr.), 1947 96 

6. Jess Atkinson (Sr.), 1984 88 

7 Jess Atkinson (So.), 1982 87 

8. Louis Carter (Jr.), 1973 _ 84 

9. Brian Kopka (Jr.), 1999 80 

10. Steve Mike-Mayer (Sr), 1974 79 




Jess Atkinson is Maryland's all-time leading scorer with 
308 points. 



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Rick Badanjek holds the record for most career 
touchdowns (46}. 

Touchdowns Scored - Season 

1. LaMontJordan (Jr.), 1999 

2. Rick Badanjek (Jr.), 1984 

Ed Vereb |Sr.), 1955 

Bob Shemonski (Jr.), 1950 

Lu Gambino (Sr.), 1947 

6. Louis Carter (Jr.), 1 973 

7. Rick Badanjek (Sr.), 1985 

8. LaMonlJordan (Sr.), 2000 

Charlie Wysocki (Jr.), 1980 

Sieve Atkins (Sr.), 1978 

Ed Modzelewski (Sr), 1951 

12. Jermaine Lewis (Jr.), 1994 

Marcus Badgett (Sr), 1992 

Rick Badanjek (So.), 1983 

Rick Badanjek (Fr.), 1982 

Alvin Maddox (Sr.), 1978 

Steve Atkins (Jr.), 1977 

John Schultz (Jr.), 1974 

Bernie Faloney (Sr.), 1953 

20. Ricky Johnson (Sr.), 1989 

Mike Beasley (So.), 1988 

Tommy Neal (Sr.), 1986 

Alvin Blount (So.), 1984 

Charlie Wysocki (So), 1979 

Most Points Kicking - Career 



17 
16 
16 
16 
16 
14 
12 
11 
11 
11 
11 
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1. Jess Atkinson, 1981-84 

2. DanPlocki, 1985-88 

3. Brian Kopka, 1997-2000 

4. Steve Mike-Mayer, 1972-74. 

5. Dan DeArmas, 1988-91 

6. Joe O'Donnell, 1994-96 

7. Dale Castro, 1979-80 

8. Ed Loncar, 1976-78 

9. Mike Sochko, 1975-77 



10 Bernando Bramson, 1964-66 



308 
.233 
.218 
.203 

158 
. 148 
.. 121 

118 
.. 115 

110 



Most Points Kicking - Season 

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2. 
3. 
4. 
5. 
6. 



Jess Atkinson (Sr), 1984 

Jess Atkinson (So.), 1982 

Brian Kopka (Jr.), 1999 

Steve Mike-Mayer (Sr.), 1974 

Dan Plocki (Sr.), 1988 

Jess Atkinson (Jr.), 1983 

Ed Loncar (Sr.), 1978 

Dale Castro (Jr.), 1979 

Steve Mike-Mayer (Jr.), 1973 . 
Mike Sochko (So), 1975 



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80 
79 
78 
73 
73 
70 
69 

.67 



8. Mike Sochko (So.), 1975. 

9. Dan Plocki (So.), 1986 

10. Jess Atkinson (Jr.), 1983... 
Bob Dean (Jr.), 1949 



31 

29 

28 

28 

12. Dan Plocki (Sr.), 1988 27 

13 Brian Kopka (Sr.), 2000 26 

Don Decker (Jr.), 1952 26 

15. Ed Loncar (Sr.), 1978 25 

Steve Mike-Mayer (So.), 1972 25 



Most PflTs - Career 



1. Jess Atkinson, 1981-84 

2. Brian Kopka, 1997-2000 

Dan Plocki, 1985-88 

Steve Mike-Mayer, 1972-74 .. 

5. Joe O'Donnell, 1994-96 

6. Don Decker, 1951-53 

Bob Dean, 1948-50 

8. Dan DeArmas, 1988-91 

9. Mike Sochko, 1975-77 

10. Bernardo Bramson, 1964-66 

Most PATs - Season 



128 
.. 92 
.. 92 
.. 92 
.. 64 
.. 63 
. 63 
.. 62 
.. 58 
.. 56 



Dan DeArmas (So.), 1989 

Jess Atkinson (Fr), 1981 

Kambiz Behbahani (Sr.), 1971 . 
Bernardo Bramson (Sr), 1966 . 
Bob Dean (Sr.), 1950 



24 
24 
24 
24 
24 



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 



39 
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.37 
34 
33 
33 
32 



Jess Atkinson, 1981-84 60 

Dan Plocki, 1985-88 47 

Brian Kopka, 1997-2000 42 

Steve Mike-Mayer, 1972-74 37 

Dan DeArmas, 1988-91 32 

Joe O'Donnell, 1994-96 28 

Dale Castro, 1979-80 27 

Ed Loncar, 1976-78 22 

Mike Sochko, 1975-77 19 

Bernardo Bramson, 1964-66 18 




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Most Field Goals Made - Season 

1. Dan Plocki (Sr.), 1988 17 

Jess Atkinson (Sr). 1984 17 

Dole Castro [Jr.), 1979 1 7 

4 Brian Kopka (Jr .), 1999 16 

Jess Atkinson (So .), 1982 16 

Ed Loncar (Sr), 1978 16 

7. Jess Atkinson (Jr.), 1983 15 

Steve Mike-Mayer (Sr), 1974 15 

9. Dan DeArmas (Jr.), 1990 14 

10. Brian Kopka (So), 1998 12 

Jess Atkinson (Fr ), 1981 12 

Mike Sochko (So.), 1975 12 

Steve Mike-Mayer (Jr.), 1973 12 

Most Field Goals Attempted - Career 

1 Jess Atkinson, 1981-84 82 

2. Steve Mike-Mayer, 1972-74 71 

3 Dan Plocki, 1985-88 63 

4 Brian Kopka, 1997-2000 61 

5. Dan DeArmas, 1988-91 43 

6. Dale Castro, 1979-80 39 

Bernardo Bramson, 1964-66 39 

8 Joe O'Donnell, 1994-96 36 

9. Ed Loncar, 1976-78 35 

10. Mike Sochko, 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 




Brian Kopka ranks in the top 10 on all of Maryland's 
kicking and kick-scoring lists. 




Dan Plocki ranks No. 2 in highest career and season field 
goal percentage. 

Highest Field Goal Pet- 



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. Dale Castro, 1979-80 692 (27 of 39) 

6. Brian Kopka, 1997-2000 689 (42 of 61 ) 

Highest Field Goal Pet. - Season 

Minimum 12 Attempts 

1. Jess Atkinson (Sr.), 1984 850(17of20) 

2. Don Plocki (Fr.), 1985) 846 (11 of 13) 

3. Dole Castro (Jr.), 1979 809(17of21) 

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(17of22) 

8. Brian Kopka (Jr.), 1999 762(16of21) 

9. Joe O'Donnell (Sr.), 1996 733 (11 of 15) 

10. Jess Atkinson (So.), 1982 727 (16 of 22) 



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Year Player 

1947 Lu Gambino .... 

1948 Horry Bonk 

1949 Stan Lovine 

1950 Bob Shemonski 16 

1951 JackScarbath 7 

1952 ChetHanulak 6 

1953 Bernie Faloney 9 

1954 DickBielski 6 

1955 EdVereb 16 

1956 John Frilsch 3 

1957 Howie Dare 4 

1958 John Forbes 6 

1959 Jim Joyce 8 

1960 Gary Collins 4 

1961 John Hannigon 

1962 Tom Brown 6 

1963 DarrylHill 8 

1964 Bernardo Bramson 

1965 Bernordo Bramson 

1966 Billy Van Heusen 7 

1967 Rick Carlson 2 

1968 Billy LoveH 8 

1969 Paul Fitzpatrick 3 

1970 Robert Tucker 3 

Art Seymore 3 

1971 Kombiz Behbahni 

1972 Steve Mike-Mayer 

1973 Louis Carter 14 

1974 Steve Mike-Mayer 

1975 Mike Sochko 

1976 Tim Wilson 7 

1977 Steve Atkins 9 

1978 Ed Loncar 

1979 Dale Castro 

1980 Charlie Wysocki 11 

1981 Jess Atkinson 

1982 Jess Atkinson 

1983 Jess Atkinson 

1984 Rick Badanjek 16 

1985 Rick Badanjek 12 

1986 Dan Plocki 

1987 BrenLowery 7 

1988 Don Plocki 

1989 Dan DeArmas 

1990 Dan DeArmas 

1991 Dan DeArmas 

1992 David DeArmas 

1993 Jermaine Lewis 7 

1994 Joe O'Donnell 

1995 Buddy Rodgers 7 

Joe O'Donnell 

1996 Joe O'Donnell 

1997 Buddy Rodgers 5 

Brian Kopka 

1998 Brion Kopka 

1999 LaMont Jordan 17 

2000 LaMont Jordan 11 



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1 54 
96 
19 
24 
36 
48 
26 
5 56 
38 
55 
9 44 



10 54 

10 55 
84 

15 79 
12 67 

42 

54 

16 73 

17 70 
66 

12 60 

16 87 
15 73 

102 

72 

11 62 
42 

17 78 



11 

14 
7 



10 58 

42 

9 60 

46 

10 46 

11 48 
30 
6 30 

12 58 
102 
66 




Jermaine Lewis 



Dan DeArmas 



Charlie Wysocki 



Joe O'Donnell 



Buddy Rodgers Ed Modzelewski 



Dale Castro 



Ed Vereb 



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Punt Returns Punt Return Yards 



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 



Career-899, Bob Smith, 1972-74 
Season-420, Bob Smith, 1973 

Sr.-375, Larry Marshall, 1971 

Jr.-420, Bob Smith, 1973 

So.-312, Guilian Gary, 1999 

Fr.- 136, Orlando Strozier, 1993 
Game- 146, Bob Shemonski vs. NC State, 1950 



Yards Per Punt Return 



Career (min. 20 returns)- 15.23, Joe Petruzzo, 1950-51 
Season (min. 12 retums)-21.23, Joe Petruzzo, 1950 

Sr.- 15.31, Ronnie Waller, 1954 

Jr.- 14.57, Bob Shemonski, 1950 

So.-21.23, Joe Petruzzo, 1950 

Fr.- 10.46, Orlando Strozier, 1993 

Punt Returns for Touchdown 



Career- 3, Bob Smith, 1972-74 
Season-2, Bob Smith, 1973 



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Punt Returns - Career 

1. Bob Smith, 1972-74 82 

2. Larry Marshall, 1969-71 67 

3. Guilian Gary, 1998-present 60 

Keeta Covington, 1983-86 60 

5. Steve Trimble, 1976-80 56 

6. Mike Lewis, 1979-82 53 

7. Mike Hopson, 1989-91 51 

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. Lorry Marshall, 1969-71 656 

3. Keeta Covington, 1983-86 528 

4. Bob Shemonski, 1949-51 496 

5. Guilian Gary, 1998-present 476 

6. Joe Petruzzo, 1950-51 457 

7. Mike Hopson, 1989-91 356 

8. Ronnie Waller, 1951-54 349 

9. Bren Lowery, 1986-89 334 




Bob Smith holds records for most punt returns and yards in 
a career and season. 



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 



19 



Bob Smith (Jr.), 1973 

Bob Shemonski (Jr.), 1950 . 
Larry Marshall (Sr.), 1971.. 
Guilian Gary (So.), 1999.. 

Bob Smith (So.), 1972 



420 

408 

375 

312 

308 

Joe Petruzzo (So.), 1950 276 



Keeta Covington (So.), 1984 

Mike Hopson (So.), 1990 

Rick Badanjek (So.), 1983 

Bren Lowery (Sr.), 1989 

Jim Brechbiel (Sr.), 1975 

Ken Schroy (Sr.), 1974 

Ronnie Waller (Sr.), 1954 

Tarn Brown (Jr.), 1961 

Dean Richards (Jr.), 1977 

Larry Marshall (Jr.), 1970 

Joe Petruzzo (Jr.), 1951 



274 

240 

223 

213 

206 

206 

199 

194 

192 

192 

181 

Bob Smith (Sr.), 1974 171 

Lloyd Burruss (Jr.), 1978 169 

Jim Davidson (Jr.), 1960 169 



Yards Per Punt Return - Career 

Minimum 20 Returns 

1. 

2. 

3. 

4. 

5. 

6. 

7. 



Joe Petruzzo, 1950-51 15.23 

Bob Shemonski, 1949-51 13.78 

Ronnie Waller, 1951-54 12.93 

Ken Schroy, 1972-74 12.64 

John Idzik, 1948-50 12.38 

Jermaine Lewis, 1992-95 12.00 

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. Jim Davidson, 1959-61 8.00 

16. Guilian Gary, 1998-present 7.93 

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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Minimum 12 Returns 



21.23 

15 31 

14 57 

13.39 

12.67 

11 25 

11 15 

10.84 

Larry Marshall (Sr), 1971 10 71 

10.65 

10.56 

10.54 

10.50 

10.50 

10.46 



Joe Pelruzzo (So.], 1950 .., 
Ronnie Waller (Sr.). 1954., 
Bob Shemonski (Jr.), 1950 

Bob Smith (So.). 1972 

Jermoine lewis (Sr.). 1995 . 

Sam Johnson (Jr.). 1979 

Rick Badonjek (So.), 1983. 
Jim Brechbiel (Sr .), 1975 .... 



1 

2 
3 
4 

5 
6 
7. 

e 

9 

10. Joe Petruzzo (Jr.), 1951 .... 

11. Jim Davidson (Jr.), 1960 

12. Keela Covington (So.), 1984 

13. Bob Smith (Jr.), 1973 

Geroy Simon (Sr), 1996 

15. Orlando Strozier (Fr), 1993 



16 BrenLowery(Sr), 1989.. 

17 Fred Cooper (Jr.), 1965 ... 

18. Bob Smith (Sr), 1974 

19. Guilan Gary (So), 1999 . 
20 Bobby Collins (Sr |, 1966 



10 14 

.9.25 

. 9.00 

8 91 

.8.89 



P unt Ret, for Touchdown - Career 

1. Bob Smith, 1972-74 . .. ...3 

2. Jermoine Lewis, 1992-95 ... 2 

Ronnie Woller, 1951-54 2 



Punt Ret for Touchdown - Season 

1 . Bob Smith (Jr.), 1973 

2. 14 players 

(last time: Jermaine Lewis, 66 vs. NC Slate 

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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 



1990 
1991 
1992 
1993 
1994 
1995 
1996 
1997 
1998 
1999 
2000 



Player No.-Yds 

Vernon Siebert 8-101 

James LaRue ,., .9-124 

James LaRue 8-138 

Joe Petruzzo 13-276 

Joe Petruzzo 17-181 

Bernie Faloney 8-109 

ChelHanulak 10-163 

Ronnie Woller 13-199 

EdVereb 10-81 

TedKershner. .9-41 

Howard Dare 10-49 

Bob Rusevlyan 3-25 

Dwayne Fletcher 7J7 

Jim Davidson 16-169 

Tom Brown 8-194 

Kenny Ambrusko 9-167 

DarrylHill 16-115 

Dorryl Hill 6-36 

Fred Cooper 16-148 

Bobby Collins 18-160 

Bob Haley 8-125 

Kenny Dulton 16-107 

Tony Greene 14-43 

Larry Marshall 28-192 

Larry Marshall 35-375 

Bob Smith 23-308 

KenSchroy 10-108 

KenSchroy 11-206 

Jim Brechbiel 19-206 

Dean Richards 11-94 

Dean Richards 32-192 

Lloyd Burruss 25-169 

Sam Johnson 12-135 

Steve Trimble 22-164 

Mike Lewis 24-151 

Mike Lewis 13-72 

Rick Badonjek 20-223 

Keeta Covington 26-274 

Keela Covington 16-103 

Mike Anderson 8-124 

Mike Anderson 8-54 

Bren Lowery 17-121 

Bren Lowery 21-213 

Mike Hopson 34-240 

Mike Hopson 17-116 

Richie Harris 30-154 

Orlando Strozier 13-136 

Jermaine Lewis 9-73 

Jermaine Lewis 12-152 

Orlando Strozier 8-88 

Tony Jackson 12-43 

GuilianGary 12-99 

Guilian Gary 35-312 

GuilianGary 13-65 



Avg. 
1262 

13.77 

1725 

21.23 

10.65 

13.62 

16.30 

15.31 

8.10 

4.55 

4.90 

8.33 

11.00 

10.56 

24.25 

18.55 

7.18 

6.00 

9 25 

8.89 

15.62 

6.68 

3.07 

6.85 

10.71 

13.39 

10.80 

18.72 

10.84 

8.54 

6.00 

6.76 

1125 

7.45 

629 

5.53 

11 15 

1054 

6.43 

15.50 

6.75 

7.11 

10.14 

7.05 

6.82 

5.13 

10.46 

8.11 

12.67 

11.00 

3.58 

825 

8.91 

5.00 




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Larry Marshall Guilian Gary Keeta Covington Steve Trimble 



Mike Lewis 



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Kickoff Returns 



Career-72, Keeta Covington, 1983-86 
Season-34, Bren Lowery, 1988 
Sr.-23, Chad Scott, 1996 
Jr.-34, Bren Lowery, 1988 
So.-25, Keeta Covington, 1984 
Fr.- 16, Andrew Carter, 1993 

Kickoff Return Yards 



Career- 1,520, Keeta Covington, 1983! 

Season-702, Bren Lowery, 1988 
Sr.-587, Larry Marshall, 1971 
Jr.-702, Bren Lowery, 1988 
Sa-527, Raphael Wall, 1992 



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) -3 1.00, 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 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 TP 



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 9 \ yds. for TD) 

Longest Non-Scoring Kickoff Ret. 



97, Sammy Johnson vs. Vanderbilt, 1980 



Kickoff Returns - Career 



1. Keeta Covington, 1983-86. 

2. Larry Marshall, 1969-71 

3. Bren Lowery, 1986-89 

4. Chad Scott, 1995-96 

5. Louis Carter, 1972-74 

6. Lewis Sanders, 1996-99 

7. Doug Lawrence, 1989-92 ... 

8. Ricky Johnson, 1988-89 

9. Jermaine Stewart, 1993-94 
10 Jermaine Lewis, 1992-95 

Alvin Thomas, 1968-70 

Kenny Dutton, 1967-69 

13. Allen Williams, 1968-70 

14. Mike Anderson, 1986-89 ... 
TimQuander, 1981-82 

16. John King, 1968-69 

17 Mark Mason, 1990-93 

18. Raphael Wall, 1991-94 

Mike Lewis, 1979-82 

20. Richard Jennings, 1972-73 . 



72 
65 

.51 
49 
45 
39 
36 
35 
33 
32 
32 
32 
30 
28 
28 

.27 
25 
24 
24 
23 



Kickoff Returns - Season 



1. Bren Lowery (Jr.), 1988 

2. Allen Williams (Jr.), 1993 

3. Chad Scott (Jr.), 1995 

4. Keeta Covington (So.), 1984 . 

5. Raphael Wall (So.), 1992 

Keeta Covington (Jr.), 1985 ... 
Kenny Dutton (So.), 1967 

8. Chad Scott (Sr.), 1996 

Doug Lawrence (So.), 1990 ... 

Keeta Covington (Sr.), 1986... 

Tim Quander (Sr.), 1982 

12. Jermaine Stewart (So.), 1994 

Larry Marshall (Sr.), 1971 

Larry Marshall (So.), 1969 

15 Larry Marshall (Jr.), 1970 

16. Louis Carter (So.), 1972 

17 Lewis Sanders (So), 1997 

18. Lewis Sanders (Jr.), 1999 

Ricky Johnson (Sr.), 1989 

20. Ricky Johnson (Jr.), 1988 



John King (Jr.), 1968 



34 
30 
26 
25 
24 
24 
24 
23 
23 
23 
23 
22 
22 
22 
.21 
20 
.19 
. 18 
. 18 
. 17 
. 17 




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 



Bren Lowery (Jr.), 1988 

Allen Williams (Jr.), 1993 

Larry Marshall (Sr.), 1971 

Keeta Covington (Jr.), 1985 ... 

Chad Scott (Jr.), 1995 

Chad Scott (Sr.), 1996 

Tim Quander (Sr.), 1982 

Raphael Wall (So.), 1992 

Keeta Covington (Sr), 1986... 

Lewis Sanders (Jr.), 1999 

Keeta Covington (So.), 1984 . 

Larry Marshall (Jr.), 1970 

Doug Lawrence (So.), 1990... 

Lewis Sanders (So.), 1997 

Kenny Dutton (So.), 1967 

Larry Marshall (So.), 1969 

Louis Carter (So.), 1972 

Jermaine Stewart (So.), 1994 . 

John Schultz (Sr.), 1975 

Ricky Johnson (Jr.), 1988 



.702 

.621 
.587 
.556 
.549 
.534 
.530 
.527 
.485 
.482 
.479 
.469 
.461 
.460 
454 
.451 
.425 
.410 
.403 
.388 



Kickoff Return Y a rds - Career 

1. Keeta Covington, 19b 3 86 

2. Lorry Marshall, 1969-71 

3. Bren Lowery, 1986-89 

4. Chad Scott, 1995-96 



1,520 
1,507 
1,091 
1,083 



Keeta Covington holds the career records for most kickoff 
returns and kickoff return yards. 

5. Louis Carter, 1972-74 1,023 

6. Lewis Sanders, 1996-99 956 

7. Doug Lawrence, 1989-92 714 

TimQuander, 1981-82 714 

9, Ricky Johnson, 1988-89 672 

10. Jermaine Lewis, 1992-95 667 

1 1 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 



Yards Per Kic koff Ret. - Career 

Minimum 20 Returns 

Tom Brown, 1960-62 

TimQuander, 1981-82 

Bob Shemonski, 1949-51 

Richard Jennings, 1972-75 

Lewis Sanders, 1996-99 

John King, 1968-69 

Larry Marshall, 1969-71 

8. Louis Carter, 1972-74 

9. Chad Scott, 1995-96 

10. Raphael Wall, 1991-94 

11. Bren Lowery, 1986-89 

12. Keeta Covington, 1983-86 

13. Jermaine Lewis, 1992-95 

14. Allen Williams, 1993-94 

15. Alvin Thomas, 1968-70 

16 Mark Mason, 1990-93 

17. Doug Lawrence, 1989-92 

18. Kenny Dutton, 1967-69 

19. Ricky Johnson, 1988-89 

20. Ted Kershner, 1956-58 



.26.24 
25.50 
.24.81 
. 24.74 
. 24.51 
. 24.04 
.23.18 
22.73 
.22.10 
.21.96 
.21.39 
.21.11 
20.84 
20.70 
. 20.47 
20.00 
19.83 
. 19.81 
. 19.20 
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Bren Lowery holds the record for most kickoff returns and 
yards in a season. 

Yards Per Kicltoff Ret - Season 

Minimum I 2 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 ScoH (Sr.), 1996 23.22 

8. Keeta Covington (Jr.), 1985 23.17 

9. Tim Quonder (Sr.), 1982 23.04 

10. Ricky Johnson (Jr.), 1988 22.82 

11. Mukala Sikyala (Sr.), 2000 22.75 

12. John King (jr.), 1968 22.47 

13. Larry Marshall (Jr.), 1970 22.33 

14. Louis Carter (Jr.), 1973 22.29 

15. Tommy Neal (Fr.|, 1983 22.07 

16. Raphael Wall (So.), 1992 21.96 

17 Alvin Thomas (So.), 1968 21.46 

18. Louis Carter (So.), 1972 21.25 

19. Mike Beasley (Ft.), 1987 21.14 

20. Chad Scott (Jr.), 1995 21.12 



Kickoff Bet for Touchdown - Career 

I, Lewis Sanders, 1996-99 2 

Richard Jennings, 1972-75 7 

Tom Brown, 1960-62 7 

Dennis. Condie, 1959-61 2 

Kickoff Ret for Touchdown - Season 



I, 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 1 975. 



Year Player No.-Yds 

1947 Lu Gombino 7-174 

1948 JohnBaroni. 5-147 

1949 Vernon Seibert 8-182 

1950 Bob Shemonsh 10-259 

1951 BobShemonski 6-126 

1952 Dick Nolan 6-180 

1953 ChelHanulok 6-131 

1954 Ronnie Waller 4-121 

1955 EdVereb 5-114 

1956 TedKershner 9-161 

1957 TedKershner 8-161 

1958 Bob Gallagher 5-113 

1959 Dwayne Fletcher 8-155 

1960 Dennis Condie 10-352 

1961 Dennis Condie 9-120 

1962 Tom Brown 11-284 

1963 Darryl Hill 13-317 

1964 Kenny Ambrusko 9-280 

1965 Bobby Collins 10-270 

1966 Billy Van Heusen 8-173 

1967 Kenny Dutton 24-454 

1968 Kenny Dutton 8-180 

1969 John King 10-267 

1970 Larry Marshall 21-469 

1971 Larry Marshall 22-587 

1972 Jamie Franklin 11-239 

1973 Louis Carter 14-312 

1974 Louis Carter 11-286 

1975 Richard Jennings 8-297 

1976 Kenny Roy 12-252 

1977 Steve Atkins 8-140 

1978 Steve Atkins 8-228 

1979 Mike Lewis 10-134 

1980 Lloyd Burruss 10-161 

1981 Mike Lewis 14-290 

1982 Tim Quander 23-530 

1983 Tommy Neal 15-331 

1984 Keeta Covington 25-479 

1985 Keeta Covington 24-556 

1986 Keeta Covington 23-485 

1987 Mike Beasley 14-296 

1988 Ricky Johnson 17-388 

1989 Bren Lowery 14-334 

1990 Mark Mason 11-254 

1991 Doug Lawrence 12-245 

1992 Jermoine Lewis 10-268 

1993 Allen Williams 30-621 

1994 Jermoine Lewis 10-216 

1995 Chad Scott 26-549 

1996 Chad Scott 23-534 

1997 Lewis Sanders 19-460 

1998 Jermoine Arrington 8-189 

1999 Lewis Sanders 18-482 

2000 Mukala Sikyala 16-364 



Avg. 
2485 
29.40 
22.75 
25.90 
21.00 
30.00 
23.50 
30.25 
22.80 
17.88 
20.12 
22.60 
19.37 
35.20 
13.33 
25.81 
24.38 

31.11 
27.00 
21.62 
18.91 
22.50 
26.70 
22.33 
26.68 
21.72 
22.29 
2600 

37.12 
21.00 

17.50 
28.50 
13.40 

16.10 
20.71 
23.04 
22.07 

19.16 
23.17 
21.09 
21.14 
22.82 
23.86 
23.09 
20.41 
26.80 
20.70 
21.60 
21.12 
23.22 
24.21 
23.62 
26.78 
22.75 



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Lorry Marshall 



Bren Lowery 



Chad Scott 



Louis Carter 





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Doug Lawrence 



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All-Purpose Running Attempts 



Coreer-888, LaMonl Jordan, 1997-2000 
Season-338, Charlie Wysocki, 1980 
Sr.-297, Sieve Atkins, 1978 
Jr.-338, Charlie Wysocki, 1980 
So.-258, Charlie Wysocki, 1979 
Fr. - 1 86, LaMont Jordan, 1997 



All-Purpose Running Yards 



Career-4,960, LaMont Jordan, 1997-2000 
Season- 1,840, LaMonl Jordan, 1999 
Sr.- 1,562, Steve Atkins, 1978 
Jr.- 1,840, LaMont Jordan, 1999 
So.- 1,262, Charlie Wysocki, 1979 
Fr.-920, LaMont Jordan, 1997 



All-Purpose Yards Per Play 



Career (min. 1,000 yds)- 22.29, Lewis Sanders, 1996-99 
Season (min. 600yds)-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 



All-Purpose Running Att. - Career 

1. LoMonlJordan, 1997-2000 888 

2. Charlie Wysocki, 1978-81 788 

3. Louis Carter, 1972-74 655 

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 

All-Purpose Running Att. - Season 



2. 

3. 

4. 

5. 

6. 

7. 

8. 

9. 

10. 

11. 

12. 

13. 

14. 

15. 

17 
18. 
19. 

20 



Charlie Wysocki (Jr.), 1980... 

Steve Atkins (Sr), 1978 

LaMont Jordan (Jr.), 1999 

Charlie Wysocki (So.), 1979. 

Louis Carter (Sr.), 1974 

Louis Carter (Jr.), 1973 

Art Seymore (So.), 1970 

LaMont Jordan (Sr.), 2000... 
Willie Joyner (Sr.), 1983 



338 

297 

285 

258 

255 

244 

237 

234 

221 

Billy Lovett (Sr.), 1968 220 

Bren Lowery (So.), 1987 212 

George Scott (So), 1977 210 

200 

194 

193 

193 

189 

186 

185 

183 

183 



Troy Jackson (Jr.), 1990 

Willie Joyner (Jr.), 1982 

Rick Badanjek (Jr.), 1984 

Tom Hickey (So.), 1964 

Alvin Blount (Jr.), 1985 

LaMont Jordan (Fr), 1997... 

Mark Mason (Sr), 1993 

LaMont Jordan (So.), 1998 . 
Buddy Rodgers (So), 1995 



All-Purpose Running Yards - Career 

1. LaMonl Jordon, 1997-2000 4,960 

2 Jermaine Lewis, 1992-95 3,950 

3. Louis Carter, 1972-74 3,704 

4, Bren Lowery, 1986-89 3,665 

5 Steve Atkins, 1975-78 3,535 

6 Charlie Wysocki, 1978-81 3,519 

7 Rick Bodanjek, 1982-85 3,406 

8. Alvin Blount, 1983-86 2,885 

9 Mark Mason, 1990-93 2,738 

10. Willie Joyner, 1980-83 2,671 

II Larry Marshall, 1969-71 2,573 




LaMonl Jordan holds both all-purpose attempts and all- 
purpose yards records. 



20 



Geroy Simon, 1993-96 2,490 

Tom Brown, 1960-62 2,385 

Bob Shemonski, 1949-51 2,336 

ChetHanulak, 1951-53 2,296 

Ed Modzelewski, 1949-51 2,194 

Ricky Johnson, 1988-89 2,160 

Keeta Covington, 1983-86 2,160 

Billy Lovett, 1966-68 2,160 

Richard Jennings, 1972-75 2,139 



All-Purpose Running Yards - Season 



LaMont Jordan (Jr.), 1999 

Steve Atkins (Sr.), 1978 

Louis Carter (Sr.), 1974 

Bob Shemonski (Jr.), 1950 

Charlie Wysocki (Jr.), 1980... 

Bren Lowery (Jr.), 1988 

Charlie Wysocki (So), 1979. 

Art Seymore (So.), 1970 

Tom Brown (Sr.), 1962 

Marcus Badgett (Sr.), 1992... 

Lu Gambino (Sr.), 1947 

Louis Carter (Jr.), 1973 



10. 
11. 

12. 

13. LoMonlJordan (Sr.), 2000 . 

14. Ricky Johnson (Jr.), 

15. ChetHanulak (Sr.) 

16. Jermaine Lewis (Sr 
17 Rick Badanjek (So. 

Willie Joyner (Jr.), 

19. Willie Joyner (Sr.), 1983. 

20. George Scott (So.), 1977 



1988 ... 
1953... 
, 1995. 
, 1983. 
982 



840 
562 
498 
427 
383 
,315 
262 
254 
242 
240 
,219 
,212 
207 
201 
,178 
,174 
.154 
,154 
,150 
,147 



All-Purpose Yards Per Play - Career 

Minimum 1,000 Yards 

1. Lewis Sanders, 1996-99 22.29 

2. Chad Scotl, 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, 1 984-87 16 72 

8. Russell Davis, 1979-83 16.48 

9. Barry Johnson, 1987-90 16.24 

10. Vince Kinney, 1974-77 16.16 

All-Purpose Yards Per Play - Season 

Minimum 600 Yards 



1966 



998. 



1. Billy Van Heusen (Jr.), 

2 Greg Hill (Jr.), 1983 .. 

3. Jermaine Arrington (Jr. 

4 Tom Brown (Jr.), 1961 .... 

5. Azizuddin Abdur-Ra'oof (So. 

6. Barry Johnson (Sr.), 1990.... 

7 James Milling (Jr.), 1986 

8 Russell Davis (So), 1981 

9 Lloyd Colteryahn (Sr), 1952 
10. Jermaine Lewis (So.), 1993. 



1985. 



. 21.00 
19.97 
18.62 
18.56 
18.54 
18.50 
17.92 
17.79 
17.65 
17.43 



1 1 Larry Marshall (Sr.), 1971 17.35 



12 Keeta Covington (Jr.), 1985 

13 Marcus Badgett (Sr), 1992. 



16.37 
16.32 



14. Barry Johnson (Jr.), 1989 16.02 



15. Greg Hill (Sr), 1984 

16. Azizuddin Abdur-Ra'oof (Sr), 

17 Jermaine Lewis (Fr), 1992 

18. Jermaine Lewis (Jr.), 1994 

19 Keeta Covington (Sr), 1986. 

20. Keeta Covington (So), 1984 



1987. 



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15.45 
15.37 
15.34 
15.21 
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PUNTING 






Total Punts 

Career-268, Dan DeArmas, 1988-91 
Sooson-90, Dan DeArmas, 1991 
Game- 12, Sieve Adams vs. Florida, 1981 

Punting Yards 

Career- 10,627, Dan DeArmas, 1988-91 
Season-3,615, Dan DeArmas, 1991 



Punting Average 



Coreer-43 5, Brooks Barnard, 1999-present 
Season-44 7, Brooks Barnard, 2000 
Sr.-42 2, Phil Wagenheim, 1974 
Jr. -41 8, Scott Milanovich, 1994 
Sc-44.7, Brooks Barnard, 2000 
Fr.-42 1, Brooks Barnard, 1999 
Game-53 8, Brooks Barnard vs. Temple, 2000 



Longest Punt 



88, John Fritsch vs Miami, 1956 



Total Punts - Career 



1. Dan DeArmas, 1998-91 268 

2. Dale Castro, 1978-80 224 

3. Russ Edwards, 1995-98 221 

4 Darryl Wright, 1984-87 209 

5. MikeSochko, 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. Gory Collins, 1959-61 113 

Total Punts - Game 



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Steve Adams vs. Florida, 1981 

Dale Castro vs. Penn St., 1979 

Dale Castro vs. Kentucky, 1979 

Mike Sochko vs. Cincinnati, 1975 

Greg Fries vs. Syracuse, 1969 

Greg Fries vs Clemson, 1968 

Russ Edwards vs Clemson, 1998 

Dan DeArmas vs. Penn Si, 1991 

Dan DeArmas vs. No. Carolina, 1991 

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 



10 
10 
10 



Punting Yards - Career 



Don DeArmas, 1988-91 

Dale Castro, 1979-80 

Darrell Wright, 1984-87 

Russ Edwards, 1995-98 

MikeSochko, 1975-77 

Greg Fries, 1968-70 

Scott Milanovich, 1992-95 

Howard Humphries, 1963-65 . 
Alan Sadler, 1982-83 



10. Gary Collins, 1959-60 

Punting Average - Career 



10,627 
. 8,584 
8,389 
.. 8,329 
.. 6,789 
, 6,696 
.. 5,509 
.. 5,290 
... 5,125 
.. 4,205 



Brooks Barnard, 1999-present. 

2. Bill Walker, 1953-55 

3. Scott Milanovich, 1992-95 

4. Phil Wagenheim, 1973-74 

5 Duey Graham, 1970 

6 Mike Sochko, 1975-77 

7 Darryl Wright, 1984-87 

8 Greg Fries, 1968-70 

9. Dan DeArmas, 1988-91 

10. Billy Van Heusen, 1965-67^.. 



43 5 
.41.8 
. 41,4 
.40.7 
.40.4 
.40.2 
. 40.1 
.39 9 
.39.7 
.39.6 




Brooks Barnard holds records for punting average in a 
career, season and game. 

Punting Average - Season 



2000. 
,1993 
1974 ... 
999... 
1994... 



Brooks Barnard (So 
Scott Milanovich (So 
Phil Wagenheim (Sr.) 
Brooks Barnard (Fr), 
Scott Milanovich (Jr.) 
Dan DeArmas (So), 1989 
Dale Castro (Sr), 1980 ... 
Mike Sochko (Sr.), 1977.. 

9. Darryl Wright (Sr), 1987. 

10. Mike Sochko (So), 1975. 
Duey Graham, 1970 



.44.7 
.43.8 

42 2 
. 42.1 
. 41.8 
. 41.5 
.40.9 

40 8 
.40.6 
.40.4 
.40.4 



Punting Average - Game 



Brooks Barnard vs. Temple, 2000 

Scott Milanovich vs. NC State, 1993 

Scott Milanovich vs. Wake Forest, 1993 . 

Brooks Barnard vs. Virginia, 2000 

Brooks Barnard vs. Clemson, 2000 

Scott Milanovich vs. Clemson, 1994 

Brooks Barnard vs. Duke, 1999 

Bernie Faloney vs. Mississippi, 1952 

Scott Milanovich vs. Virginia, 1993 

Dan DeArmas vs. Wake Forest, 1990 



.53 8 
.52 7 
.52 5 

510 
.49 8 
.49.0 

48.8 
..47.6 
, 473 
.473 



Year Player No.-Yds Avg. 

1947 Earl Roth , 56-2,090 37.3 

1948 Earl Roth 49-1,820 371 

1949 EorlRoth 46-1,833 39 8 

1950 Jack Torgarona 61-2,213 36.2 

1951 Bernie Faloney ... 27-911 33.7 

1952 Bernie Faloney 291,137 39.2 

1953 Bernie Faloney 19-755 39.7 

1954 Frank Tamburello 15-519 34,6 

1955 Lynn Beightol 20-701 35 

1956 John Fritsch 27-1,020 38.0 

1957 Ed Cooke. .39-1,409 36.1 

1958 Bob Layman 22-832 37.8 

1959 GaryCollins 32-1,259 39.4 

1960 GaryCollins 33-1,156 35.0 

1961 GaryCollins 48-1,788 37.3 

1962 Don White 22-673 30.6 

1963 Howard Humphries 43-1,517 35.3 

1964 Howard Humphries 46-1,736 37.7 

1965 Howard Humphries 53-2,037 38.4 

1966 Billy Van Heusen 46-1,839 40.0 

1967 Billy Van Heusen 54-2,118 39.2 

1968 Greg Fries 72-2,824 39 2 

1969 Greg Fries 72-2,832 39.3 

1970 DueyGrahom 53-2,140 40.4 

1971 John Petronaci 67-2,407 35.9 

1972 KenSchroy 48-1,836 38.3 

1973 Phil Wagenheim 54-2,125 39.4 

1974 Phil Wagenheim 52-2,193 42 2 

1975 MikeSochko 57-2,303 40 4 

1976 MikeSochko 51-1,996 39.1 

1977 MikeSochko 61-2,490 40.8 

1978 Dale Castro 66-2,372 35 9 

1979 DaleCastro 83-3,110 375 

1980 DaleCastro 75-3,066 40.9 

1981 Steve Adams 59-2,298 39.0 

1982 Alan Sadler 56-2,163 38.6 

1983 Alan Sadler 59-2,326 39.4 

1984 Darryl Wright 22-910 41.4 

1985 Darryl Wright 55-2,153 39.2 

1986 Darryl Wright 69-2,771 40.2 

1987 Darryl Wright 63-2,555 40.6 

1988 Dan DeArmas 51-1,882 36.9 

1989 Dan DeArmas 57-2,368 41.5 

1990 Don DeArmas 70-2,762 39.5 

1991 Dan DeArmas 90-3,615 40.2 

1992 Dovid DeArmas 55-1,882 34.2 

1993 Scott Milanovich 50-2,189 43.8 

1994 Scott Milanovich 51-2,132 41.8 

1995 Scott Milanovich 33-1,217 36.9 

1996 Russ Edwards 73-2,663 36.5 

1997 Russ Edwards 58-2,204 38.0 

1998 Russ Edwards 68-2,693 39.6 

1999 Brooks Barnard 42-1,767 42.1 

2000 Brooks Barnard 49-2,191 44 7 







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INTERCEPTIONS 






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, 



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Interception Return Yards 

Career-275, Tom Brown, 1960-62 
Season- 147, Joe Horning, 1951 
Sr.- 133, Cliff Crosby, 1998 
Jr.-112, Bill McFadden, 1981 



So.- 140, Frank Tamburello, 1954 
Fr.- 147, Joe Horning, 1951 
Game-Ill, Dick Lewis vs. NC State, 1956 

Interception Returns for Touchdown 

Career- 2, Bob Haley, 1966-68; Ernie Arizzi, 1961-63 
Season-2, Bob Haley, 1968 

Longest Interception Return for TD 

100, Tom Brown vs. Virginia, 1962; Dick Lewis vs. NC 
State, 1956; Joe Horning vs. Missouri, 1951 

Longest Non-Scoring Interception Return 

89, Kevin Benson vs. Virginia, 1973 



Interceptions - Career 

1. Tom Brown, 1960-62 17 

2. Lendell Jones, 1 980-83 14 

3. Bob Sullivan, 1962-63 13 

4 AJ. 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. Shawn Forte, 1998-2000 9 

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 

18. Chad Scott, 1995-96 8 

Michael Mollis, 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 

AJ. Johnson (Jr.), 1995 6 

Keeta Covington (Jr.), 1985 6 

Larry Marshall (Sr.), 1971 6 

Tom Brown (Sr.), 1962 6 

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 Return 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 Tamburello, 1954-55 161 

10. Ralph Lary, 1977-80 160 

11. JoePetruzzo, 1950-51 143 

12. J.B.Brown, 1985-88 142 

13. Wally Stalnaker, 1967-69 138 

14. Shawn Forte, 1998-2000 137 

15. Lewis Sanders, 1996-99 136 

16. Cliff Crosby, 1995-98 133 

17. Larry Marshall, 1969-71 131 

18. Eddie Tomlin, 1988-89 120 

19. Keeta Covington, 1983-86 112 

20. Dickie Lewis, 1956-58 Ill 

Interception Return 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 131 

5. Tom Brown (Sr.), 1962 122 

6. Eddie Tomlin (Sr.), 1989 120 

7. Shown Forte (Sr.), 2000 114 

8. Bill McFadden (Jr.), 1981 112 

9. Dickie Lewis (So), 1956 1 1 1 

10. Jim LaRue (Sr.), 1949 103 

11. Ralph Lary (Jr.), 1979 102 

Joe Petruzzo (So.), 1950 102 

13. Lewis Sanders (So.), 1997 99 

14. Ernie Arizzi (Sr.), 1963 98 

15. Tom Brown (Jr.), 1961 95 

16. Keeta Covington (Jr.), 1985 94 

Lloyd Burruss (So.), 1977 94 

18. Bernie Faloney (Jr.), 1952 90 

19. Kevin Benson (So), 1973 89 

20 Irvin Smith (Sr.), 1988 86 



Year Player No.-Yds 

1947 John Idzik 5-26 

1948 John Idzik 4-16 

1949 Jim Lc 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 

1 980 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 

1 993 Orlando Strozier 4-63 

1994 Wade Inge 3-27 

1995 AJ. Johnson 6-46 

1996 Chad Scott 5-14 

1997 Lewis Sanders 4-99 

1998 Cliff Crosby 5-133 

1999 Lewis Sanders 6-37 

2000 Shawn Forte 4-114 



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TACKLES/SACKS 



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Tackles (since 1969) 



Career-481, Eric Wilson, 1981-84 
Season- 188, Neal Olkewicz, 1978 
Sr.- 188, Neal Olkewicz, 1978 
Jr.- 178, Eric Wilson, 1983 
So.- 137, Rolcliff Thomas, 1994 
Fr.- 136, Mike Corvino, 1979 

Tackles for Loss (since 1974) 



Con 



Dhnson, 1976-78 



Season -24, Randy White, 1974 
Sr.-24, Randy While, 1974 
Jr.-15, Eric Ogbogu, 1996 
So.- 17, Aaron Thompson, 1999 
Fr.-8, Mike Corvino, 1979 

Tackles for Loss Yardage (since 1 974) 

Coreer-206, Mike Corvino, 1979-1982 
Seoson- 122, Randy While, 1974 
Sr.- 122, Randy White, 1974 



Jr.-101,MarlinVanHom, 1978 
So.-75, Eric Ogbogu, 1995 
Fr.-76, Mike Whaley, 2000 

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 Solley, 1975 



Tackles - Career Isince 1969) 

1 Eric Wilson, 1981-84 481 

2. Chuck Faucelte, 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 Isince 19691 

1. Neol Olkewicz |Sr.), 1978 188 

2. Ted Klaube (Sr.), 1977 1 86 

3. Eric Wilson (Jr.), 1983 178 

4. Harry Walters (Jr-I, 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. Brod 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 

Tackles For Loss - Career Isince 1974) 

1 Charles Johnson, 1976-78 37 

2. Mike Corvino, 1979-82 36 

3. Eric Ogbogu, 1994-97 35.5 

4. Aaron Thompson, 1998-present 35 

5. Al Wallace, 1993-96 32 

6. Delbert Cowsette, 1 996-99 31 

7. Gurnest Brown, 1979-82 27 

8. Bruce Mesner, 1983-86 25 

9. Ted Chapman, 1984-86 24 

Chip Garber, 1975-77 24 

Ernie Salley, 1974-77 24 

Joe Campbell, 1973-76 24 

Randy White, 1972-74 24 



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Tackles For Loss - Season (since 19741 



Randy White (Sr.), 1974 

Charles Johnson (Sr.), 1978 ... 
Aaron Thompson (So), 1999 . 

Kris Jenkins (Sr.|, 2000 

Bruce Palmer (Sr.), 1978 

Jack Bradford (Sr.), 1990 

Bruce Mesner (Sr.), 1985 



24 

18 

17 

17 

17 

16 

16 

Eric Ogbogu (Jr.), 1996 15 

15 

15 

14 

14 

14 

14 

14 



Eric Hicks (Jr.), 1996 

Gurnest Brown (Jr.), 1981 

O'Brien Alston (Sr.), 1987 .... 

Mark Duda (Sr.), 1982 

Mike Corvino (Jr.), 1981 

Marlin Van Horn (Jr.), 1978 
Chip Garber (Jr.), 1976 



Tackles For Loss Yards - Career (since '741 

1. Mike Corvino, 1979-82 206 

2. Charles Johnson, 1976-78 . 205 

3. Aaron Thompson, 1998-present 154 

4. James Shaffer, 1976-79 153 

5. Gurnest Brown, 1979-82 149 

6. Eric Ogbogu, 199497 143 

Ted Chapman, 1984-86 143 

8. Joe Campbell, 1973-76 140 

9. Al Wallace, 1993-96 139 

10. Marlin Van Horn, 1977-79 138 

Tackles For Loss Yards - Season lance '74) 

1. Randy While (Sr.), 1974 122 

2. Charles Johnson (Sr.), 1978 119 

3 Marlin Van Horn (Jr.), 1978 101 

4. Mark Duda (Sr.), 1982 94 

5. Mike Corvino (Jr.), 1981 91 

6. Bruce Mesner (Sr.), 1986 86 

7. James Shaffer (Sr.), 1979 84 

8. Bruce Palmer (Sr), 1978 81 

9. Mike Whaley (Fr), 2000 76 

10. Eric Ogbogu (So.), 1995 75 

Jack Bradford (Sr.), 1990 75 




Randy White holds the school record for tackles for a loss 
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Mike Corvino holds the record for sacks in a career with 24. 



Sacks -Career (since 1969> 

1. Mike Corvino, 1979-82 

2. MarkDuda, 1979-82 

Charles Johnson, 1976-78 

Bruce Palmer, 1976-78 

5. EricOgbogu, 1994-97 

6. Bruce Mesner, 1983-86 

Gurnest Brown, 1979-82 

Joe Campbell, 1973-76 

k Bradford, 1987-90 

Ernie Salley, 1974-77 



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... 24 
.... 19 
.... 19 
.... 19 
18,5 
.... 18 
.... 18 
.... 17 
.... 15 
.... 15 



Sacks - Season (since 1969) 

13 

13 

12 

12 

12 

11 

11 

10 

10 

10 



10. 



Mark Duda (Sr.), 1982 

Bruce Palmer (Sr.), 1978 

Bruce Mesner (Jr.), 1985 

Charles Johnson (Sr.), 1978 . 

Randy White (Sr.), 1974 

Mike Corvino (Jr.), 1981 

Marlin Van Horn (Sr), 1979 

Kris Jenkins (Sr), 2000 

Gurnest Brown (Jr.), 1981 

Jack Bradford (Sr), 1990 

Kris Jenkins (Sr.), 2000 

Ernie Salley (So.), 1975 



Year Player No. 

1974 Randy White 12 

1975 Ernie Salley 8 

1976 Joe Campbell & Chip Garber 6 

1977 James Shaffer 6 

1978 Bruce Palmer 13 

1979 James Shaffer 6 

1980 Six players with 4 

1981 Mike Corvino 11 

1982 Mark Duda 13 

1983 James Gross & Eric Wilson 4 

1984 Ted Chapman 7 

1985 Bruce Mesner 12 

1986 Kevin Walker 5 

1987 Glenn Page 11 

1988 Warren Powers & Jack Bradford 4 

1989 Joel Goode 5 

1990 Jack Bradford 10 

1991 Larry Webster & Ralph Orta 4 

1992 Jim Panagos 5 

1993 Jaime Flores 3 

1994 Al Wallace 5 

1995 Eric Ogbogu & Al Wallace 6 

1996 Eric Ogbogu 7 

1997 Eric Ogbogu 4 

1998 Peter Timmins 5.5 

1999 Delbert Cowsetle & Erwyn Lyght 6 

2000 Kris Jenkins 8 





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Year Player Tackles 

1969 John Dyer 99 

1970 Peter Mattia 113 

1971-73 not available 

1974 Harry Walters 173 

1975 Kevin Benson 149 

1976 Brad Carr 157 

1 977 Ted Klaube 1 86 

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 Faucefte 144 

1986 Chuck Faucefte 151 

1987 Kevin Walker 172 

1988 Scott Saylor 119 

1989 Glenn Page Ill 

1990 Glenn Page 102 

1991 Mikejarmolowich 153 

1992 Mikejarmolowich 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 Moye-Moore 130 

2000 E.J. Henderson 109 

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Year Player No.-Yds 

1974 Randy White 24-122 

1975 Ernie Salley 13-67 

1976 Chip Garber 4-54 

1977 Charles Johnson 13-39 

1978 Charles Johnson 18-119 

1979 James Shaffer 10-84 

1980 Marlin Van Horn 8-36 

1981 Gurnest Brown 15-74 

1982 Mark Duda 14-94 

1983 Eric Wilson 11-35 

1984 Ted Chapman 11-65 

1985 Bruce Mesner 16-86 

1986 Kevin Walker 8-65 

1987 O'Brien Alston 14-52 

1988 Larry Webster 5-30 

Kevin Fowlkes 5-11 

1989 Karl Edwards 6-18 

1990 Jack Bradford 16-75 

1991 Greg Hines 9-22 

1992 Jim Panagos 10-41 

1993 Jaime Flores 6-40 

Mike Settles 6-27 

1994 Al Wallace 7-32 

1995 EricOgbogu 13-75 

1996 Eric Hicks 15-39 

EricOgbogu 15-32 

1997 Eric Barton & Delbert Cowsette 10-37 

1998 Aaron Thompson 9-29 

1999 Aaron Thompson 17-63 

2000 Krisjenkins 17-57 



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TEAM RECORDS 



Victories 



Most Wins 

1976 

1951 



.11-1 
10-0 



1953 

1955 



101 
101 



Attendance 



Average Overall Attendance 

1985 52,322 m 12 games 

Total Overall Attendance (includes bowl games) 

1985 627,862 m 12 games 

Average Home Attendance 

1985 49,385 in five games 

Total Home Attendance 

1983 278,415 in six games 



Scoring 



. 80 (80-0) 



Largest Margin of Victory 

Game Washington College, 1927 

largest Margin of Defeat 

Game Navy, 1913 76 (0-76) 

Most Points Scored 

Season 1951 (9 games) 353 

1882(11 games) 353 

Gome Woshington 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 (lOgames) 21 

Most Touchdowns Scored 

Season 1951 (9 games) 52 

Game Washington College, 1927 12 

Most Touchdowns Passing 

Season 1993 ( 1 1 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 ( 1 1 games) 23 

1992 ( 1 1 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, t°27 8 



Most Safeties Scored 

Game Villanova, 1974 2 

Georgetown, 1950 ,., 2 

Delaware, 1947 2 



Total Offense 



Most Total Offense Yards 
Season 1992 (II games) 
Game Virginia, 1975 



.5,131 
... 802 



Fewest Total Yards Gained 
Season 1967 (9 games) .. 
Game Syracuse, 1959 .... 



.2,228 
29 



Most Total Plays 

Season 1992 (11 games) 

Game NC State, 1992 .. 



.945 
105 



Most Total Offense Yards, Opponents 

Season 1993 (11 games) 6,083 



Fewest Total Offense Yards, Opponents 
Season 1955 (10 games) 



1,691 



Rushing 



Most Rushes 

Season 1976 (11 games) 

Game Miami, 1958 



654 
...76 



Most Yards Rushing 
Season 1951 (9 games) 
Game Virginia, 1975 ... 



2,921 
.... 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) 

Game UCLA, 1955 

West Virginia, 1951 



680 
..-21 
..-21 



Highest Average Per Rush 
Game Virginia Tech, 1950 



Most First Downs Rushing 
Season 1976 (11 games) 
Game Virginia, 1975 



10.5 



155 
...28 



Fewest First Downs Rushing 
Game Michigan State, 1944 
Syracuse, 1959 



Fewest First Downs Rushing, Opponents 

Season 1951 (9 games) 

Game Virginia, 1980 

Wake Forest, 1973 



.44 
. 
... 



Passing. 



Most Yords Gained Passing 

Season 1992 (11 games) 

Gome West Virginia, 1993 

Most Passes Attempted 
Season 1992 (11 games) 



.3,628 
471 



514 



Game Florida Slate, 1995 .62 

Most Passes Completed 

Season 1992 (11 gamesl 304 

Game Florida Stale 1995 46 

Highest Completion Pet. (Min. 10 alt.) 

Season 1993(11 games) 639 

Game NC Slate, 1995 833 

Most Yords 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 Posses 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 0(of5) 

Most First Downs Passing 

Season 1992 (11 games) 165 

Game Wake Forest, 1993 19 

Duke, 1993 19 

West Virginia, 1993 19 

Penn State, 1992 .... 19 

Fewest First Downs Passing 

Season 1956 (10 games) 29 

1951 (10 games) 29 

Game 13 times 

(last lime vs. Wake Forest, 1969) 

Punting 

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 Yords 

Season 1991 (11 gomes) 3,615 

Game Syracuse. 1936 510 

Highest Punting Avg. 

Season 1993 (11 games) 42.8 

Game Temple, 2000 53.8 

Most Punts, Opponents 

Season 1979 (11 games) 94 



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First Downs 



Penalties 



Fumbles 



Most Total First Downs 
Season 1992 (11 games) 
Game Clemson, 1984 ... 
Virginia, 1975 



288 
...35 
...35 



Most Penalties 

Season 1985 (11 games] 

1982(11 games) 

Game Virginia Tech, 1950. 



If 



Fewest Total First Downs 

Season 1966 (10 games) 

Game Michigan State, 1944 



Most Total First Downs, Opponents 

Season 1993(11 games) 



.281 



Fewest Total First Downs, Opponents 

Season 1952 (9 games) 

Game Wake Forest, 1973 



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) 

1948 (10 games) 

Game Pennsylvania, 1941 .. 



.23 
.23 

... 6 



Most Yards Penalized 

Season 1982 ( 1 1 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 ( 1 1 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 



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 records for home and overall 


since 1950 


Byrd Stadium opened Sept. 30, 1 950 before 43,386 Ions. Total attendance includes bowl games 














Season 


G 


W-L-T 


Total Att. 


Average 


Home 


W-L-T 


Home Att. 


Average Season 


3 W-L-T 


Total Att. 


Average 


Home 


iV-L-T 


Home Aft. 


Average 






1950 


10 


7-2- 1 


252,205 


25,221 


4 


3-1-0 


98,383 


24,596 


986 1 


1 5-5-1 


523,654 


47,605 


4 


-3-0 


175,225 


43,806 






1951 


10 


10-0-0 


308,377 


30,838 


5 


5-0-0 


137,838 


27,567 


987 1 


1 4-7-0 


471,545 


42,867 


4 


3-1-0 


148,500 


37,125 






1952 


9 


7-2-0 


283,992 


31,554 


3 


3-0-0 


106,746 


35,582 


988 1 


1 5-6-0 


468,780 


42,616 


5 


3-2-0 


185,995 


37,199 






1953 


11 


10-1-0 


354,797 


32,254 


5 


5-0-0 


155,000 


31,000 


989 1 


1 3-7-1 


503,959 


45,314 


5 


2-3-0 


169,525 


33,905 






1954 


10 


7-2-1 






5 


5-0-0 






990 1 


2 6-5-1 


570,188 


47,516 


4 


3-1-0 


119,064 


29,766 






1955 


11 


10-1-0 


284,500 


25,863 


5 


5-0-0 


135,000 


27,000 


991 1 


1 2-9-0 


467,961 


42,542 


4 


-3-0 


153,373 


38,343 






1956 


10 


2-7-1 






4 


0-3-1 






992 1 


1 3-8-0 


446,067 


40,551 


6 


2-4-0 


168,145 


28,024 






1957 


10 


5-5-0 


258,201 


25,280 


5 


3-2-0 


119,500 


23,900 


993 1 


1 2-9-0 


421,461 


38,355 


5 


-4-0 


186,773 


37,355 






1958 


10 


4-6-0 


183,747 


18,374 


3 


1-2-0 


67,000 


22,333 


994 1 


1 4-7-0 


434,204 


39,473 


5 


3-2-0 


144,812 


28,962 






1959 


10 


5-5-0 


259,000 


25,900 


5 


4-1-0 


104,000 


20,800 


995 1 


1 6-5-0 


442,449 


40,222 


5 


3-2-0 


210,608 


42,121 






1960 


10 


6-4-0 


208,126 


20,812 


4 


2-2-0 


95,000 


23,750 


996 1 


1 5-6-0 


501,102 


45,554 


6 


4-2-0 


179,835 


29,972 






1961 


10 


7-3-0 


250,500 


25,050 


5 


4-1-0 


146,000 


29,200 


997 1 


1 2-9-0 


347,127 


31,557 


6 


-5-0 


165,349 


27,558 






1962 


10 


6-4-0 


274,834 


27,483 


5 


4-1-0 


132,000 


26,400 


998 1 


1 3-8-0 


401,470 


36,497 


5 


2-3-0 


141,736 


28,347 






1963 


10 


3-7-0 


230,650 


23,065 


5 


2-3-0 


132,100 


26,420 


999 1 


1 5-6-0 


410,081 


37,280 


6 


3-3-0 


193,275 


32,213 






1964 
1965 


10 
10 


5-5-0 
4-6-0 


269,300 
270,000 
269,263 


26,930 
27,000 
26,926 


5 
5 
5 


3-2-0 
1-4-0 
4-1-0 


148,500 
138,000 
198,500 


29,700 ; 

27,600 

39,700 


>000 1 


1 5-6-0 


456,470 


41,497 


6 


1-2-0 


204,775 


34,129 






1966 


10 


4-6-0 






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1967 


9 


0-9-0 


271,427 


30,158 


4 


0-4-0 


113,500 


28,375 














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1968 


10 


2-8-0 


255,371 


25,537 


5 


2-3-0 


146,580 


29,316 














\ 


^^f_ 1 






1969 


10 


3-7-0 


272,256 


27,226 


5 


2-3-0 


120,500 


24,100 








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X 


^^*"*'l 






1970 


11 


2-9-0 


204,566 


18,597 


6 


1-5-0 


84,927 


14,154 






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'* ".. ^Jt 


V r. 


>n 


V 1 






1971 


11 


2-9-0 


327,109 


29,737 


6 


2-4-0 


110,300 


18,383 




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- 


■— • 


^— 


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1972 


11 


5-5-1 


286,162 


26,014 


5 


4-1-0 


121,168 


24,233 


1 t •- ■ 


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J. / 








1 ' 

| 


1 




1973 


12 


8-4-0 


333,223 


27,768 


6 


4-2-0 


185,023 


30,837 


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'•» • ' • 1 


T^ 


1974 


12 


8-4-0 


445,749 


37,145 


6 


5-1-0 


227,970 


37,995 










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1 




.•*."•■■ H 


, .WW. 


1975 


12 


9-2-1 


535,637 


44,636 


5 


4-1-0 


228,286 


45,657 


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V. 




1976 


12 


11-1-0 


450,672 


37,556 


6 


6-0-0 


254,156 


42,359 






', 






1. 








1977 


12 


8-4-0 


427,175 


35,597 


6 


4-2-0 


235,746 


39,291 
















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! 1 


1978 


12 


9-3-0 


468,611 


39,051 


5 


4-1-0 


214,145 


42,829 
















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■ ill 


1979 


11 


7-4-0 


418,161 


38,015 


6 


5-1-0 


208,037 


34,673 














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II 


1980 


12 


8-4-0 


456,256 


38,021 


6 


5-1-0 


217,061 


36,177 






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^ 




1 1 


1981 


11 


4-6-1 


419,914 


38,174 


4 


2-2-0 


123,500 


30,875 










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... — 


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I ■ 


1982 
1983 
1984 


12 
12 
1? 


8-4-0 
8-4-0 
9-3-0 


508,179 
580,656 
543 675 


42,348 
48,388 
42 306 


6 
6 
4 


5-1-0 
5-1-0 
2-2-0 


235,950 
278,415 
149,100 
246,925 


39,325 
46,403 
37275 


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1 




1985 


12 


9-3-0 


627,862 


52,322 


5 


4-1-0 


49,385 


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IflRyiflriD'S SERSON RECORD FOR HOflE RTTEMOflnCE CflflE in 1985 RS IHE TERPS Rl/ERROEO H9.38S FRHS PER CRDE. 



YEAR-BY-YEAR OFFENSE 



Year G 

1947 10 

1948 10 

1949 10 
1950 
1951 



1952 
1953 
1954 

1955 10 

1956 10 

1957 10 

1958 10 



1959 10 



10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
9 



1960 
1961 
1962 
1963 
1964 
1965 
1966 
1967 

1968 10 

1969 10 

1970 1 

1971 1 

1972 1 

1973 1 

1974 1 

1975 1 

1976 1 

1977 1 

1978 1 

1979 1 

1980 1 

1981 1 

1982 1 

1983 1 

1984 1 

1985 1 

1986 1 

1987 1 

1988 1 

1989 1 

1990 1 

1991 1 

1992 1 

1993 1 

1994 1 

1995 1 

1996 1 

1997 1 

1998 1 

1999 1 

2000 I 



FD 



115 
134 
155 
167 
161 
149 
143 
129 
115 
148 
144 
141 
140 
183 
160 
158 
142 
114 
116 
175 
131 
162 
193 
210 
209 
210 
214 
234 
199 
207 
165 
180 
199 
245 
246 
256 
227 
215 
194 
211 
217 
208 
149 
288 
271 
235 
195 
158 
172 
163 
179 
187 



Alt. 

423 
479 
438 
472 
494 
485 
483 
425 
516 
503 
470 
437 
474 
392 
387 
459 
455 
477 
410 
364 
405 
534 
512 
525 
511 
517 
601 
572 
573 
654 
571 
580 
566 
569 
500 
516 
471 
522 
504 
437 
396 
481 
440 
390 
399 
432 
381 
319 
385 
477 
415 
471 
492 
384 



Rushing 




Yards 


Avg/Gm 


TDs 


2242 


224.2 


- 


2351 


235.1 


- 


1595 


159.5 


27 


2112 


211 .2 


33 


2921 


324.6 


40 


2079 


231.0 


18 


2578 


257.8 


31 


2488 


248.8 


31 


1962 


196.2 


21 


1577 


1577 


9 


1417 


141.7 


12 


1360 


136.0 


14 


1765 


176.5 


13 


1377 


137.7 


16 


1231 


123.1 


8 


1589 


158.9 


12 


1405 


1405 


20 


1866 


186.6 


15 


1152 


115.2 


10 


813 


81 .3 


8 


1087 


120.8 


2 


1642 


1642 


13 


1676 


1676 


7 


1542 


140.1 


7 


1520 


138.1 


14 


1798 


163.5 


20 


2215 


201.4 


24 


2507 


227.9 


30 


2428 


220.7 


22 


2874 


261.3 


24 


2040 


185.5 


25 


2058 


187.1 


21 


2131 


193.7 


15 


1934 


175.8 


16 


1714 


155.8 


15 


2241 


203.7 


25 


1996 


181.5 


18 


2308 


209.9 


29 


2039 


185.4 


20 


1497 


136.1 


17 


977 


88.8 


11 


1785 


162.3 


17 


1459 


132.6 


12 


1010 


91.8 


13 


1175 


106.8 


10 


1503 


136.6 


19 


1013 


92.1 


9 


1037 


943 


10 


1079 


98.1 


15 


1490 


135.5 


13 


973 


88.5 


9 


1773 


161.2 


16 


2545 


231.4 


22 


1365 


124.1 


18 



Alt. 


Com 


128 


53 


148 


54 


132 


58 


167 


67 


120 


51 


155 


77 


110 


46 


111 


44 


112 


48 


135 


58 


146 


51 


204 


103 


185 


81 


182 


105 


214 


115 


244 


135 


249 


113 


197 


86 


235 


119 


215 


110 


217 


100 


218 


97 


190 


70 


258 


111 


285 


145 


287 


159 


199 


118 


252 


144 


218 


124 


157 


90 


221 


117 


232 


126 


210 


95 


204 


101 


300 


149 


329 


184 


332 


185 


306 


189 


312 


166 


355 


197 


399 


228 


290 


172 


351 


189 


441 


238 


363 


168 


514 


304 


473 


302 


428 


291 


362 


226 


267 


129 


280 


164 


233 


106 


240 


116 


332 


181 



Passing 
Int. Yards 



10 
23 

7 
17 
10 

9 
10 

8 
12 
14 
12 
21 
15 
14 
17 
22 
12 
10 
16 
16 
12 
16 
14 
20 
17 
20 
16 



15 
13 
13 

9 
10 
11 

9 

9 
14 
11 
18 
12 

8 
20 
19 
23 
21 
13 
11 
12 

8 
11 
11 
14 



886 
808 
936 
1096 
901 
1316 
1017 
901 
838 
612 
599 
1270 
1120 
1078 
1464 
1480 
1246 
941 
1283 
1624 
1141 
1296 
1676 
1492 
1748 
1982 
1542 
1977 
1699 
1218 
1792 
1618 
1152 
1316 
1948 
2367 
2563 
2602 
2475 
2728 
2748 
2101 
2510 
2774 
1815 
3628 
3823 
3037 
2411 
1485 
1917 
1288 
1580 
2322 



Avg/Gm 

886 

80.8 

93.6 

109.6 

100.1 

1462 

101.7 

90.1 

83.8 

61.2 

59.9 

127.0 

112.0 

107.8 

146.4 

1480 

124.6 

94.1 

128.3 

162.4 

126.8 

129.6 

167.6 

135.6 

158.9 

180.2 

140.2 

179.7 

154.5 

110.7 

162.9 

147.1 

104.7 

119.6 

177.1 

215.2 

2330 

236.5 

225.0 

248.0 

249.8 

191.0 

228.2 

252.2 

165.0 

329.8 

347.6 

276.1 

219.3 

135.0 

174.3 

117.1 

143.6 

211.1 



TDs 

11 

12 

9 

7 

12 

13 

12 

10 

11 

2 

5 

4 

13 

7 

12 

6 

10 

5 

6 

17 

3 

7 

7 

6 

14 

10 

12 

7 

13 

12 

6 

6 

6 

6 

11 

18 

16 

14 

15 

15 

13 

12 

12 

10 

7 

18 

26 

23 

8 

8 

10 
5 
9 
11 





Total 




Alt. 


Yards 


Avg/Gm. 


551 


3128 


312.8 


627 


3159 


315.9 


570 


2531 


253.1 


639 


3208 


320.8 


614 


3822 


424.7 


640 


3395 


377.2 


593 


3595 


359.5 


536 


3329 


332.9 


628 


2800 


280.0 


638 


2189 


218.9 


616 


2016 


201.6 


641 


2620 


262.0 


659 


2885 


288.5 


574 


2455 


245.5 


601 


2695 


269.5 


703 


3069 


306.9 


704 


2651 


265.1 


674 


2807 


280.7 


645 


2435 


243.5 


579 


2437 


243.7 


622 


2228 


247.6 


752 


2938 


293.8 


702 


2674 


267.4 


783 


3034 


2758 


796 


3268 


297.1 


804 


3742 


340.2 


800 


3755 


341.4 


824 


4484 


407.6 


791 


4127 


375.2 


811 


4092 


372.6 


792 


3832 


348.4 


812 


3676 


334.2 


776 


3283 


298.5 


773 


3250 


295.5 


800 


3662 


332.9 


845 


4608 


418.9 


803 


4559 


4145 


828 


4910 


446.4 


816 


4515 


410.4 


792 


4225 


384.1 


795 


3725 


338.6 


771 


3886 


353.3 


791 


3969 


360.8 


831 


3784 


344.0 


762 


2990 


271.8 


946 


5131 


466.5 


854 


4836 


439.6 


747 


4074 


370.4 


747 


3490 


317.3 


748 


2975 


270.5 


695 


2890 


262.7 


705 


3061 


278.3 


732 


4125 


375.0 


716 


3687 


335.2 



Fum 



26-11 
44-22 
38-24 
39-17 
39-24 



Pen 
No/Yds 



74/591 

75/682 

57/401.5 

54/424 



31-12 


72/694 


18-9 


58/556 


22-12 


58/503 


20-10 


75/652.5 


17-7 


47/478 


29-17 


33/330 


22-11 


40/417 


no- 15 


45/405 


no- 11 


58/524 


no-21 


na/453 


na-16 


45/382 


22-12 


38/382 


na-13 


47/491 


31-18 


67/633 


39-27 


67/671 


28-11 


60/607 


31-20 


74/757 


32-17 


64-629 


31-18 


66/677 


26-16 


70/662 


23-17 


60/671 


25-13 


73/622 


18-10 


64/563 


23-12 


54/498 


22-15 


70/656 


25-16 


73/672 


23-9 


88/851 


22-13 


77/785 


31-12 


77/663 


26-13 


88/824 


20-14 


84/703 


25-15 


71/551 


13-7 


67/575 


22-13 


74/635 


15-10 


58/443 


.11-5 


67/677 


12-3 


66/583 


26-15 


81/675 


19-8 


76/640 


29-13 


57/456 


16-7 


69/608 


16-9 


69/546 


22-13 


77/699 


17-8 


81/653 


17-8 


66/517 



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YEflR-BY-YEAR DEFENSE 



Year G 

1950 10 

1951 9 

1952 9 

1953 10 




1954 
1955 
1956 



1957 10 

1958 10 

1959 10 

1960 10 
1961 
1962 



10 

10 
1963 10 



1964 10 

1965 10 

1966 10 

1967 9 

1968 10 

1969 10 

1970 1 

1971 1 

1972 1 

1973 1 

1974 1 

1975 1 

1976 1 

1977 1 

1978 1 

1979 1 

1980 1 

1981 1 

1982 1 

1983 1 

1984 1 

1985 1 

1986 1 

1987 1 

1988 1 

1989 1 

1990 1 

1991 1 

1992 1 

1993 1 

1994 1 

1995 1 

1996 1 

1997 1 

1998 1 

1999 1 

2000 1 



FD 

109 
110 
88 
106 
140 
100 
137 
123 
148 
164 
182 
139 
126 
139 
159 
167 
147 
181 
222 
161 
191 
204 
173 
141 
145 
157 
136 
170 
142 
144 
155 
216 
184 
226 
220 
209 
242 
217 
254 
227 
203 
236 
259 
305 
262 
225 
187 
236 
209 
215 
284 



An. 

391 

351 

362 



500 

425 
485 
502 
460 

456 
476 
488 
455 
539 
529 
509 
560 
538 
503 
467 
527 
536 
466 
549 
522 
533 
464 
404 
396 
486 
447 
467 
457 
529 
471 
525 
496 
534 
464 
554 
531 
459 
465 
455 
446 
414 
503 



Rushing 




Yards 


Avg/Gm 


TDs 


1015 


101.5 


- 


680 


75.0 


- 


1053 


117.0 


- 


849 


84.9 


- 


1343 


134.3 


- 


761 


76.1 


- 


2022 


202.2 


- 


1750 


175.0 


- 


1647 


164.7 


- 


1671 


167.1 


- 


1822 


182.2 


- 


1615 


161.5 


- 


1262 


126.2 


11 


1635 


163.5 


- 


1583 


158.3 


- 


1635 


163.5 


- 


1531 


153.1 


- 


2371 


2634 


22 


2272 


2272 


31 


1921 


192.1 


17 


1910 


173.7 


- 


2087 


1897 


- 


1413 


1285 


- 


1233 


112.1 


- 


1471 


133.7 


5 


1704 


154,9 


15 


1284 


116.7 


7 


1865 


169.5 


9 


1516 


137.8 


10 


1657 


1506 


9 


1307 


118.8 


5 


923 


83.9 


4 


959 


87.2 


12 


1892 


172.0 


13 


1671 


151.9 


12 


1384 


125.8 


8 


1630 


148.2 


13 


2104 


191.3 


20 


1948 


177.1 


24 


2152 


1956 


17 


1597 


1452 


11 


2098 


1907 


18 


2248 


204.4 


25 


3490 


317.3 


38 


2618 


238.0 


25 


1727 


157.0 


20 


1549 


140.8 


16 


1921 


177.4 


21 


1749 


159.0 


13 


1390 


1264 


14 


2047 


186.1 


22 







Passing 




An. 


Com 


Int. 


Yards 


Avg/Gm 


204 


97 


24 


1084 


108.4 


290 


119 


9 


1391 


154.0 


130 


52 


14 


755 


83.8 


215 


87 


22 


1093 


109.3 


198 


96 


18 


1130 


113.0 


195 


83 


30 


932 


93.2 


111 


49 


12 


664 


66.4 


113 


53 


10 


731 


73.1 


163 


79 


15 


1199 


119.9 


174 


90 


15 


1138 


113.8 


192 


92 


8 


1107 


110.7 


184 


71 


18 


972 


97.2 


178 


88 


13 


1035 


103.5 


172 


80 


7 


997 


99.7 


196 


93 


11 


1159 


115.9 


201 


94 


23 


1156 


115.6 


191 


97 


15 


1231 


123.1 


146 


77 


13 


1053 


117.0 


273 


141 


14 


1920 


192.0 


179 


91 


9 


1921 


192.1 


252 


146 


10 


1571 


142.8 


223 


112 


15 


1781 


161.9 


247 


116 


18 


1653 


150.3 


244 


104 


14 


1453 


132.1 


201 


90 


13 


1351 


122.8 


189 


92 


12 


1045 


95.0 


200 


81 


16 


1037 


94.2 


203 


95 


10 


1245 


113.2 


222 


100 


12 


1302 


118.4 


215 


92 


16 


974 


88.5 


271 


135 


9 


1528 


138.9 


445 


265 


19 


2915 


265.0 


377 


205 


20 


2270 


206.4 


341 


178 


11 


2113 


192.1 


335 


179 


12 


2230 


202.7 


318 


169 


15 


1972 


179.3 


384 


215 


13 


2544 


231.3 


286 


163 


18 


1993 


181.2 


334 


204 


11 


2557 


232.5 


287 


150 


15 


1971 


179.2 


307 


168 


6 


2180 


198.2 


318 


180 


8 


2536 


230.6 


367 


198 


8 


2968 


269.8 


276 


161 


5 


2593 


235.7 


291 


171 


11 


2160 


196.4 


338 


192 


13 


2128 


193.5 


298 


159 


16 


1971 


179.2 


301 


188 


11 


2499 


2272 


319 


172 


13 


2222 


202.0 


368 


218 


15 


2722 


247.5 


347 


202 


12 


2793 


253.9 



TDs 



6 
2 

4 

9 

6 

6 

9 

18 

10 

15 

18 

10 

13 



13 
13 
13 
23 
23 



12 
21 
17 
20 
16 





Total 




An. 


Yards A 


vg/Gm. 


595 


2099 


209.9 


641 


2071 


230.1 


- 


1808 


200.8 


577 


1942 


194.2 


- 


2473 


247.3 


- 


1691 


169.1 


616 


2686 


268.6 


613 


2481 


248.1 


588 


2846 


284.6 


659 


2809 


280.9 


694 


2929 


292.9 


644 


2587 


258.7 


- 


2297 


229.7 


622 


2402 


240.2 


672 


2742 


274.2 


689 


2791 


279.1 


646 


2762 


276.2 


685 


3424 


380.4 


802 


4192 


419.2 


688 


3114 


311.4 


825 


3481 


316.5 


761 


3868 


351.6 


750 


3166 


287.8 


701 


2696 


245 .1 


728 


2822 


256.6 


725 


2749 


249.9 


666 


2221 


201.9 


752 


3110 


282.7 


744 


2818 


256.2 


748 


2631 


239.2 


735 


2835 


257.7 


849 


3838 


348.9 


773 


3229 


293.5 


827 


4005 


364.1 


782 


3901 


354.6 


785 


3356 


305.1 


841 


4174 


379.5 


815 


4097 


372.5 


805 


4505 


409.6 


812 


4123 


374.8 


803 


3777 


343.4 


852 


4634 


421.3 


831 


5216 


474.2 


830 


6083 


553.0 


822 


4778 


434.4 


797 


3855 


350.5 


763 


3520 


320.0 


694 


4459 


405.4 


765 


3971 


361.0 


782 


4112 


373.8 


850 


4840 


440.0 





Pen 


Fum 


No/Yds 


37-22 


58/448 


22-9 


31/263 


25-15 


40/381 


32-14 


_ 



24-13 
32-20 
22-11 
24-16 
40-19 
23-10 
26-14 
na-13 
na-19 
no 10 
no 12 
22-11 
noil 
26-17 
35-23 
40-22 
23-12 
29-21 
30-17 
29-15 
27-17 
26-15 
25-18 
30-14 
30-14 
31-15 
17-11 

18-9 
22-11 
32-21 

15-9 
28-13 
23-12 

18-7 
20-11 
25-15 

18-8 
23-13 

15-7 
25-11 
24-13 
20-14 

15-8 
25-13 
23-13 



75/700 
61/505 
35/304 
56/527 
43/492 
45/377 
33/295.5 
35/328 
44/497 
na/343 
45/490 
45/467 
59/661 
54/514 
56/612 
55/498 
66/685 
66/571 
35/329 
46/477 
56/561 
56/516 
68/602 
55/519 
60/576 
69/703 
66/651 
62/462 
46/337 
53/363 
71/567 
72/600 
64/468 
47/390 
54/430 
60/473 
99/929 
86/672 
73/540 
57/442 
61/535 
78/630 
83/775 
68/561 
85/694 




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Kickoff Returned for TD 



Maryland lewis Sanders (98 yards] vs W Carolina, 9-11-97 
Opponent - Dez White ( 1 00 yards], Go. Tech, 1 0-3 1 -98 



Blocked Punt Returned for TD 



Maryland - Jermaine Lewis vs. Go. Tech, 10-10-92 
Opponent - David Carter ( 1 yards], W. Virginia, 9- 1 9-98 

Punt Returned for TD 



Maryland Jermaine Lewis (66 yards) vs. NC State, 1 1 -4-95 
Opponent- Darnell Stephens (89 yards), Clemson, 1115-91 

Interception Returned for TD 

Maryland - Shawn Forte (69 yards] vs. Virginia, 10-7-00 
Opponent - Morocco Brown (30 yards], NC Stole, 11-8-97 

Fumble Returned for TD 

Maryland - leon Joe (55 yards] at West Virginia, 9-1600 
Opponent - LeVar Talley (10 yards], Temple, 9-26-98 

Recorded a Safety 

Maryland - vs. Duke, 10-30-99 (Spencer Romine intentional grounding in end zone). 
Opponent - at Clemson, 10-14-00 (ball snapped over Brooks Barnard's head, Barnard 
kicked out o( end zone] 



Blocked a Punt 



Maryland - Tyrone Stewart vs Middle Tennessee, 9-23-00. 
Opponent - Malcolm Tatum, at Florida Stole, 11-13-99 

Blocked a Field Goal 



Maryland - Shawn Forte vs. Georgia Tech, 11-18-00 
Opponent - Antwan Harris, Virginia, 11-20-99 

Blocked a PAT 



Maryland - Marlon Moye-Moore vs. Florida State, 9-28-00 
Opponent - Antonio Dingle, Virginia, 9-12-98 

Passed for 6 TDs 



Player I 



Maryland - None 

Opponent - Chris Weinke (6, 5, 6, 30, 26, 28), ot Florida State, 11-1 3-99 



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 fl 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 

Passed for 4 TDs 



PJayerJ 



Maryland - Scott Milanovich (5, 14, 27,5, 12) vs. NC State, 11-5-94 
Opponent - Dan Ellis (2, 50, 1 1 , 20), Virginia, 1 1 -20-99 

.er Scored 3 TDs 



Playi 



Maryland - Guilian Gary (32 rec, 11 rec, 13 rec.) vs. Georgia Tech, 11-1 8-00 
Opponent - Koren Robinson (5 rec, 5 rush, 22 rec), NC State, 11-4-00 



Player Scor ed 3 TDs Rushing 



Maryland - LaMont Jordan (6, 2, 1 ) vs. Middle Tennessee, 9-23-00 
Opponent - Tyree Foreman (4, 2, 1 ), at Virginia, 10-7-00 

Player Passed for 3 TDs 

Maryland - Brian Cummings (46, 23, 31 ) at NC State, 1 1-8-97 
Opponent - Philip Rivers (5, 3, 22), NC State, 11-4-00 



Player Scored 3 TDs Receiving 



Maryland - Guilian Gary (32 rec, II rec, 13 rec.) vs. Georgia Tech, 11-18-00 
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 



Moryland - LaMont Jordan (6 rush, 2 rush, 1 rush], Guilian Gary (8 rec, 10 rec) vs 

Middle Tennessee, 9-23-00 
Opponent - Joe Burns ( 1 run, 1 run), Kelly Campbell (5 rec, 1 8 rec), Georgia Tech, 111 8-00 




50-Yd. Field Goal 



Maryland - Dan DeArmas (50 yards) at Duke, 10-26-91 
Opponent - Nelson Welch (52 yards), Clemson, 11-14-92 

45-Yd. Field Goal 



Maryland - Brian Kopka (49 yards) at Duke, 10-28-00 
Opponent - David Greene (48 yards), at Virginia, 10-7-00 

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 



Four 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 1, 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 Yard s 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 Rush 



Maryland - Shaun Hill run vs. NC State, 11-4-00 
Opponent - Jamie Barnette run, NC State, 11-21-98 

Two-Point Conversion by Pass 



Maryland - Shaun Hill to Moises Cruz vs. Georgia Tech, 11-1 8-00 
Opponent - Spencer Romine to Richmond Flowers, Duke, 10-30-99 

Missed PAT (kick) 

Maryland - Brian Kopka vs NC State, 11-4-00 
Opponent - Tony Lazzara (twice), at Clemson, 10-14-00 

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 - Ray Robinson (40-178), NC State, 11-4-00 

30 Rushing Attempts 



Maryland - LaMont Jordan (37-306) vs Virginia, 11 -20-99 
Opponent - Ray Robinson (40-178), NC State, 11-4-00 



30 Rushing A ttempts in One Half 



Maryland - Charlie Wysocki (32) at Duke, 10-25-80 



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3QQ Bushing Yards 



Maryland - LaMonl 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 (21-158) at Duke, 10-28-00 
Opponent - Ray Robinson (40-178), NC State, 11-4-00 

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 w ith 1 00 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. Vir 
ginia, 11-22-75 



75-Yd.TDRun 



Maryland - LaMont Jordan [77] at Duke, 10-28-00 
Opponent - Tremayne Stephens (76), NC State, 1 1 -8-97 

50-Yd. Non-Scoring Run 



Maryland - LaMont Jordan (66) at Florida State, 11-13-99 
Opponent- Willie Parker (61 ), North Carolina, 11-11-00 

50-Yd. TD Run 



LaMont Jordan {77) at Duke, 10-28-00 
Dwone Hicks (70), Middle Tennessee, 11-8-97 



Maryland 
Opponent 

50 Pass Attempts 



Scott Milanovich (62-46-1, 380, 1 TD) at Florida St., 11-18-95 
Patrick Sapp (55-25-1, 273, 0TD), Clemson, 11-14-92 



Maryland 
Opponent 

40 Pass Attempts 



Maryland 
Opponent 

35 Pass Attempts 



Shaun Hill (46-29-1, 318, 3 TD) vs. Georgia Tech, 11-18-00 
Spencer Romine (42-27-0-404, 3 TD), Duke, 10-30-99 



Maryland 
Opponent 

40 Pass Completions 



Shaun Hill (46-29-1, 318, 3 TD) vs. Georgia Tech, 11-18-00 
Philip Rivers (35-16-0, 3 TD), NC State, 11-4-00 



Maryland - Scott Milanovich (62-46-1, 380, 1 TD) at Florida St., 11-18-95 
Opponent - James MacPherson (49-28-3, 1 TD), Wake Forest, 10-21-00 



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(TEAM) THE LAST TIME 

Team Gaine d 300 Yards Rushing 

Matyland - 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 



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 

a00 Yards Passing 

Maryland - Scott Milanovich (416) at Wake Forest, 11-20-93 
Opponent - Spencer Romine (404), Duke, 10-30-99 

300 Yards Passing 

Maryland - Shaun Hill (318) vs. Georgia Tech, 11-18-00 
Opponent - George Godsey (354), Georgia Tech, 11-18-00 

250 Yards I 



i Passing 



Maryland - Shaun Hill (318) vs. Georgia Tech, 11-18-00 
Opponent - George Godsey (354), Georgia Tech, 11-18-00 

10 Receptions 

Maryland - Geroy Simon (16-124) at Florida St., 11-18-95 
Opponent - Kendall Newson (10-135), Middle Tennessee, 9-23-00 



Two Players with 10 Receptions 



Maryland - Walt Williams ( 1 1 ) and Geroy Simon ( 1 0) at Syracuse, 11-1 9-94 

100 Yards Receiving 

Maryland - Jason Hatala (3-129) vs. Duke, 10-4-97 
Opponent- Kerry Watkins (5-147), Georgia Tech, 11-18-00 

Two Plavers with 100 Yards Receiving 



Maryland - Geroy Simon (124) and Jermaine Lewis (102) at Florida St., 11-18-95 
Opponent - Kendall Newson (135) and Tyrone Calico (100), Middle Tennessee, 9-23-00 

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-S coring Reception 

Maryland - Calvin McCall to Moises Cruz (54) at Clemson, 10-14-00 
Opponent - George Godsey to Kerry Watkins (64), Georgia Tech, 1 1 -1 8-00 



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 



ill 



Team Failed to Gain 200 Yards Total OH. 

Matyland - vs. Virginia (127), 11-1-97 
Opponent - Wake Forest (189), 10-19-96 



Team Failed to Gain 100 Yards Passing 

Maryland - vs. Virginia (69), 11-20-99 
Opponent - at North Carolina (42), 11-11-00 

Team Gained 400 Yards To tal Offense Scored Over 50 Points 

Ma7land - vs. Wake Forest (479), 10-21-00 
Opponent - Georgia Tech (547), 11-18-00 



Maryland - vs. Western Carolina (51-10), 9-11-99 
Opponent - Florida St. (7-59), 9-28-00 



Ma7land - vs. Middle Tennessee (528), 9-23-00 
Opponent - Georgia Tech (547), 11-18-00 

Team Gained 600 Yards To tal Offense Played an Overtime Game 



Maryland - vs. West Virginia (33-0), 9-18-99 
Opponent - Clemson (23-0), 10-10-98 



Team Failed to Gain 100 Yards Rushing Team Gained 500 Yards To tal Offense Defensive Shutout 

Morylond - at West Virginia (71), 9-16-00 
Opponent - Duke (13), 10-28-00 

Team Gained 300 Yards Passing 

Maryland - vs. Georgia Tech (318), 11-18-00 
Opponent - Georgia Tech (354), 11-18-00 

Team Gained 400 Ya rd s Passing 

Maryland - at Woke Forest [A. 11 -20-93 
Opponent - Duke (404), 10-30-V 



Maryland - at Va Tech (649), 9-25-93 
Opponent - Florida St. (613), 9-28-00 



vs. NC State (W - 20T, 35-28), 1 1 -04-00 



Played to a Tie Game 



vs. La. Tech (Independence Bowl, 34-34), 12-15-90 



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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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Bob Ward 




Dick Modzelewski 




Jack Scarbath 




Stan Jones 




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1951 Bob Ward 




G 


1961 


Gary Collins 


E 




1952 Dick Modzelewski 




T 


1974 


Randy While 


DT 




Jack Scarbath 




QB 


1976 


Joe Campbell 


DT 




1953 Stan Jones 




T 


1979 


Dale Castro 


PK 




1955 Bob Pellegrini 




C 


1985 


J.D. Maarleveld 


OT 





FIRST. SECOND & THIRD TEAM SELECTIONS 



Associated Press 



First Team 



1950 
1951 
1952 

1953 
1955 
1973 
1974 

Second 

1923 

1928 

1949 
1951 

1953 
1954 
1961 
1976 
1984 

UPJL 



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 



First Team 



1951 
1952 

1953 
1955 
1961 
1974 
1979 
1985 



Bob Ward 
Jack Scarbath 
Dick Modzelewski 
Stan Jones 
Bob Pellegrini 
Gary Collins 
Randy White 
Dale Castro 
J.D. Maarleveld 



Second Team 

1950 Bob Ward 

1951 Ed Modzelewski 
1953 Bernie Faloney 
1955 Mike Sandusky 

Bill Walker 
1973 PaulVellano 
1976 Joe Campbell 

American Football 
Coaches Association 



First Teom 

1961 Gary Collins 

1973 PaulVellano 

1974 Randy White 
1976 Joe Campbell 
1985 J.D. Maarleveld 



G 
G 

QB 

T 

T 

C 

DT 

DT 



FB 

T 

T 

FB 

QB 

E 

E 

DT 

LB 



G 

QB 

T 

T 

C 

E 

DT 

PK 

OT 



G 

FB 

QB 

T 

E 

DG 

DT 



E 

DG 

DT 

DT 

OT 



College Football News 



Second Team 

1999 LaMontJordan 

Football News 



First Team 

1951 Bob Ward 

1952 Jack Scarbath 
Dick Modzelewski 

1953 Stan Jones 
Bernie Faloney 

1955 Bob Pellegrini 

Second Team 

1953 ChetHanulak 
1955 EdVereb 

The Sporting News 



First Team 

1951 Bob Ward 

1952 Jack Scarbath 
Dick Modzelewski 

1953 Stan Jones 
Bernie Faloney 

1955 Bob Pellegrini 
Mike Sandusky 

1974 Randy White 

Steve Mike-Mayer 

1976 Joe Campbell 

1979 Dale Castro 

1984 Kevin Glover 

1985 J.D. Maarleveld 

Second Teom 
1983 Boomer Esiason 
Ron Solt 

Third Team 

1999 LaMontJordan 
Lewis Sanders 



RB 



First Team 

1984 Eric Wilson LB 

Second Team 

1995 Stephen Ingram OT 

1999 LaMontJordan RB 

Football Writers Association 

First Team 

1961 Gary Collins E 

1974 Randy White DT 

1976 Joe Campbell DT 

1979 Dale Castro PK 

International News Senrice 



G 
QB 

T 
T 

QB 
C 



HB 
HB 



G 
QB 

T 

T 

QB 

C 

T 

DT 

PK 

DT 

PK 

C 

OT 



QB 
OG 



RB 
DB 




Gary Collins 




Randy While 




Joe Campbell 




Dale Castro 




J.D. Maarleveld 



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OUTSTANDING AWARD WINNERS 



Walter Camp Memorial 
Trophy 

(Player of the Year) 
1955 Bob Pellegrini C 

Heisman Trophy 

(Outstanding Player) 
1952 Jack Scarbath QB 

(runner-up) 

Outland Trophy 

(Lineman of the Year) 
1952 Dick Modzelewski T 
1974 Randy White DT 



Lombard Trophy 



(Lineman of the Year) 
1974 Randy White DT 

UPI Lineman of the Year 

1955 Bob Pellegrini C 

1974 Randy White DT 



Postseason MVP Honorees 



National Coach of the Year 

(The Sporting News) 
1974 Jerry Claiborne 

(Washington Touchdown Club) 
1982 Bobby Ross 



(Blue-Gray Game) 

1971 Guy Roberts E 

1986 Chuck Faucette LB 

1998 EricOgbogu DE 

(Coaches All-America Game) 
1974 Louis Carter TB 



(Liberty Bowl) 

1974 Randy White 

(Gator Bowl) 

1975 Steve Atkins 



(Sun Bowl) 

1984 Rick Badanjek RB 

(Cherry Bowl) 

1985 Stan Gelbaugh QB 
Scott Schankweiler LB 




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Chuck Faucette 



Guy Roberts 



Louis Carter 



Steve Atkins 



Rick Badanjek 



Stan Gelbaugh 



Scott Schankweiler 



HONORABLE MENTION ALL-AMERICANS 






1931 Jess Krajcovic, G 

Roy 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 Wingote, E 

1950 Ed Modzelewski, FB 

1951 Dave Ganelli, FB 
Tom Cosgrove, C 
Joe Perruzzo, 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 Jack Davis, G 



Ed Heuring, T 
Mike Sandusky, T 
Frank Tamburello, QB 

1956 Gene Alderton, C 
Jack Davis, G 
Mike Sandusky, T 

1957 Gene Alderton, C 
Rod Breedlove, G 
Ed Cooke, E 

1958 Rod Breedlove, G 
Fred Cole, T 

Ben Scotti, E 

1959 Rod Breedlove, G 
Gary Collins, E 
Tom Gundermon, G 
Jim Joyce, FB 

Kurt Schwarz, T 

1960 Dale Betty, QB 
Gary Collins, E 

1961 Bob Hacker, C 

1962 Tom Brown, HB 
Walter Rock, G 
Dick Shiner, QB 
Roger Shoals, T 

1965 Bob Sullivan, DB 

1969 Ralph Sonntag, OT 

1970 Guy Roberts, DE 

1972 Bob Smith, DB 
Paul Vellano, DG 

1973 Louis Carter, TB 
Bob Smith. DB 
Randy White, DT 

1974 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 Esioson, 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 



1985 



1986 

1987 
1988 



1989 
1990 
1992 
1993 
1994 
1995 
1998 
1999 
2000 



Chuck Faucette, LB 
Kevin Glover, C 
Greg Hill, WR 
Len Lynch, OG 
Bruce Mesner, DG 
Rick Badanjek, FB 
Al Covington, DB 
Keeta Covington, DB 
Ferrell Edmunds, TE 
Chuck Faucette, LB 
Len Lynch, OG 
J.D. Maarleveld, OT 
Bruce Mesner, DG 
Chuck Faucette, LB 
Bruce Mesner, DG 
Keeta Covington, DB 
Ferrell Edmunds, TE 
Ferrell Edmunds, TE 
Kevin Walker, LB 
Matt D'Amico, LB 
Ben Jefferson, OT 
Dan Plocki, PK 
Warren Powers, DT 
Scott Saylor, LB 
Larry Webster, DT 
Barry Johnson, WR 
Marcus Badgett, WR 
Scort Milanovich, P 
Stephen Ingram, OT 
Jermaine Lewis, WR 
Eric Barton, LB 
Brian Kopka, PK 
Brooks Barnard, P 






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ACC HONORS 



ACC SPECIAL 
HONORS 

Player of the Year 



1953 
1955 
1974 



Bernie Faloney, B 
Bob Pellegrini, C 
Randy White, DT 



Coach of the Year 



1953,55 JimTatum 

1973,75,76 Jerry Claiborne 
1982 Bobby Ross 

Jacobs Blocking Award 

1955 
1969 
1982 



Bob Pellegrini, C 
Ralph Sonntag, OT 
Dave Pacella, OT 



Brian Piccolo Award 

1972 

1974 
1984 
1989 



Al Neville, QB 
David Visaggio, DG 
J.D. Maarleveld, OT 
Mike Anderson, RB 




AIL ACC SELECTIONS 



First Team 



ACWSA ALL-ACC (Selected by the Atlantic Coast Sportswriters Association) 

1984 



1953 

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 



Mike Anderson 



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 



1985 



1986 



1987 

1988 

1990 
1992 

1993 
1994 
1995 
1998 
1999 



Al Covington, S 
Kevin Glover, C 
Greg Hill, WR 
Bruce Mesner, DG 
Eric Wilson, LB 
Al Covington, S 
Keeta Covington, CB 
Chuck Faucette, LB 
Bruce Mesner, DG 
Keeta Covington, CB 
Chuck Faucette, LB 
Bruce Mesner, DG 
Ferrell Edmunds, E 
Kevin Walker, LB 
Dan Plocki, PK 
Warren Powers, DT 
Barry Johnson, WR 
Marcus Badgett, WR 
Scott Milanovich, P 
Stephen Ingram, OT 
Jermaine Lewis, WR 
Eric Barton, LB 
Delbert Cowsette, NT 
LaMont Jordan, RB 
Lewis Sanders, DB 



Second Team 



1953 



1954 



1955 



1957 
1961 

1963 
1964 

1989 
1991 



1992 
1993 
1994 

1995 

1998 
1999 



2000 



Ralph Felton, B 
Bob Morgan, T 
Bill Walker, E 
John Irvine, C 
Bob Pellegrini, G 
Russell Dennis, E 
Frank Tamburello, B 
Bill Walker, E 
Gene Aiderton, C 
Roger Shoals, T 
Bill Kirchiro, T 
Dick Shiner, QB 
Olaf Drozdov, DT 
Tom Hickey, B 
Larry Webster, DT 
Frank Wycheck, TE 
Mitch Suplee, C 
Dan DeArmas, PK 
Mike Webster, DL 
Mike Jarmolowich, LB 
Mike Jarmolowich, LB 
Jermaine Lewis, WR 
Geroy Simon, WR 
Scott Milanovich, QB 
Eric Ogbogu, LB 
Andreal Johnson, DB 
LaMont Jordan, RB 
Brad Messina, OT 
John Waerig, TE 
Jamie Wu, OG 
Kris Jenkins, DT 
LaMont Jordan, RB 



Third Team 



1993 



Stephen Ingram, OT 
Scott Milanovich, QB 




Bruce Mesner, a three-time first team pick. 
— ■ — | 




Keeto Covington, '85 & '86 first team. 

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Note: The second and third teams have not 
been selected continuously. 




Stephen Ingram, first team in '94 and third 
team in '93. 



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AP ALL ACC SELECTIONS 



(Selected by Associated Press} 



1953 



Bernie Faloney, B 
Ralph Felton, B 
Chel Hanulak, B 
Stan Jones, T 

1954 Dick Bielski. B 

1955 Jack Davis, G 
Bob Pellegrini, C 
Mike Sandusky, T 
Frank Tamburello, B 
Ed Vereb, B 

1956 Gene Alderton, C 
Jack Davis, G 
Mike Sandusky, T 

1957 Rod Breedlove, G 
Ed Cooke, E 

1958 Rod Breedlove, G 



1959 

1960 
1961 

1962 



1970 
1971 
1972 

1973 



Tom Gunderman, G 
Jim Joyce, B 
Gary Collins, E 
Gary Collins, E 
Bob Hacker, C 
Tom Brown, HB 
Waller Rock, G 
Dick Shiner, OB 
Guy Roberts, DE 
Dan Bungori, E 
Bob Smith, DB 
Paul Vellano, DG 
Louis Carter, TB 
Bob Smith, DB 
Paul Vellano, DG 
Rondy White, DT 




Dan Bungori 



Louis Carter 



Bob Smith 



Ed Vereb 



ALL ACC ACADEMIC SELECTIONS 



1954 
1955 
1956 



I960 
1961 

1963 
1967 
1968 
1970 



1972 
1973 
1974 



1975 



1976 



1977 



1978 



John Irvine, C 

George Palohunik, G 

John Healey, HB 1979 

Stanley Polyanski, G 

Donald Healey, T 

Mike Sandusky, T 

Tom Selep, FB 

Dwayne Fletcher, HB 1980 

Bob Hacker, C 

Dick Novak, QB 1981 

David Nardo, G 

Chuck Tine, G 1982 

Ralph Friedgen, OG 1983 

Pat Burke, OG 1984 

Jerry Erhard, WB 

Steve Fromang, C 

Len Santacroce, C 1985 

Scott Shank, FB 1986 

Jerry Erhard, E 

Kim Hoover, WR 

Bob Avellini, QB 1987 

Jim Brechbiel, DB 

Derick Harris, DT 

Rick Jennings, TB 

Tom Schick, OG 

Phil Wagenheim, P 1988 

Mike Cielensky, DB 1989 

Kim Hoover, WR 1990 

John Schultz, WB 

Jonathan Claiborne, S 

Gene Ochap, C 

BobRaba.TE 1991 

Jonathan Claiborne. S 1992 

Ralph Lary, S 

Chris Ward, DB 1993 

Kenny Watson, DT 1994 

John Baldante, DB 

Glenn Chamberlain OG 

Scott Collins, OT 1995 

Ralph Lary, S 1996 

Phil Livingston, OT 1997 



Joe Muffler, DE 

Dean Richards, WB 

Jan Carinci, WB 

Ralph Lary, S 

Phil Livingston, OT 

Kyle Lorton, C 

Jim Shaffer, DE 

Ralph Lary, S 

Kyle Lorton, C 

Mike Mueller, LB 

Brian Riendeau, OG 

Joe Aulisi, DE 

Greg Harraka, OT 

Greg Harraka, OT 

Frank Reich, QB 

Richard Shure, FB 

Dolph Tokarczyk, TE 

Mark Agent, OT 

Richard Shure, FB 

John Soma, OT 

Azizuddin Abdur-Ra'oof, WR 

Bob Arnold, DG 

Ken Oberle, OT 

Richard Shure, FB 

John Soma, OT 

Ken Oberle, OT 

Dean Green, WR 

Rick Fleece, NG 

Barry Johnson, WR 

Glenn Page, LB 

Chad Wiestling, HB 

Lubo Zizakovic, DT 

Marcus Bodgett, WR 

Scott Rosen, S 

Russ Weaver, WR 

Russ Weaver, WR 

Mike Settles, LB 

Al Wallace, DE 

Al Wallace, DE 

Al Wallace, DE 

Mike Hull, TE 



UPIALLACC 



1955 



1956 

1957 
1958 
1960 
1961 
1962 

1970 
1971 
1972 

1973 



(Selected by DPI) 
Bob Pellegrini, C 
Mike Sandusky, T 
Ed Vereb, B 
Bill Walker, E 
Jack Davis, G 
Mike Sandusky, T 
Ed Cooke, E 
Ben Scotti, E 
Gary Collins, E 
Gary Collins, E 
Walter Rock, G 
Dick Shiner, QB 
Guy Roberts, DE 
Dan Bungori, E 
Bob Smith, DB 
Paul Vellano, DG 
Louis Carter, TB 
Bob Smith, DB 
Paul Vellano, DG 
Randy White, DT 



ALL-SOUTHERN 
CONFERENCE 



1935 Bill Guckeyson, B 

1936 Bill Guckeyson, B 

1937 Jim Meade, B 
1947 LuGambino, B 

1949 RayKrouse, T 

1950 Elmer Wingate, E 

1951 Ed Modzelewski, B 

1952 Stan Jones, T 




C-. 



Ray Krouse 



Eric Ogbogu, DE 

1998 Jamie Wu, OG 

1999 Kevin Bishop, LB 
Todd Wike, OG 
Jamie Wu, OG 



2000 



Guilian Gory, WR 
Charles Hill, DT 
Tony Jackson, SS 
Tony Okanlawon, CB 




Ralph Lary, the first ACC Richard Shure, a three-time 

football player to be a four- selection to the Alt-ACC 

time AII-ACC Academic Team Academic Team in 1984, 

choice. 1986 and 1987. 



Al Wallace was a three-time 
AlfACC Academic selection 
in 1994, 1995 and 1996. 



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Academic All-Americans 

1953 Bernie Faloney, B 

1954 George Palahunik, G 
1956 Mike Sandusky, T 
1975 Kim Hoover, WR 



NCAA Postgraduate 
Scholar 

1978 Jonathan Claiborne, S 




Bemie Faloney 



Mike Sandusky 



Joe Muffler Jonathan Claiborne 



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College Hall of Fame 119801 

Bob Ward weighed all of 165 
pounds throughout his four-year playing 
career at Maryland and, even in the early 
1 950s, that was no size for a lineman. Es- 
pecially a lineman who was a first-team 
All-America middle guard on defense as 
a junior in 1950 and a first-team offensive 
guard as a senior in 1951. 

The forte of the Maryland teams of 
the early 1950s was consistency-a win- 
ning 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 Tennes- 
see to complete a perfect 10-0 season). 

The awards and honors Ward 
earned as a Maryland player belie physi- 
cal stature, but speak volumes about the 
man. He was the MVP of the 1 949 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 Line- 
man of the Year by the Washington Touch- 
down Club and the Philadelphia Sports- 
writers Association in 1951. 

Bob Ward was inducted into the Na- 
tional Football Foundation College Hall of 
Fame in 1980. 





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Jim 

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JONES 



National Football Foundation National Football Foundation 
College Hall of Fame (1983) College Hall of Fame (1984 



Jack Scarbath is an integral part of 
Maryland football history. In his first start, 
the All-America quarterback scored the 
first touchdown in the new Byrd Stadium, 
a 21 -yard run in the first game of the 
1950 season. 

Scarbath was the quarterback for 
head coach Jim Tatum's new split T offense 
for three seasons (1950-52). Scarbath led 
the Terps to a 24-4-1 record, including a 
perfect 1 0-0 season and a 2 8- 1 3 upset of 
national champion Tennessee in the 1951 
Sugar Bowl. Scarbath called the signals 
during Maryland's 22-game unbeaten 
streak over the course of the 1950, '51 
and '52 seasons. 

During his stellar career, Scarbath re- 
wrote the Terrapin record book, complet- 
ing 125 of 260 passes for 2,287 yards, 
an average of 18.3 yards per completion. 
In 1951, AP and UP polls named him hon- 
orable mention All-American. In 1952, he 
was honored with first team All-America 
citations from AP, UP, International News 
Service, Colliers, and Look. He finished 
runner-up to Oklahoma's Billy Vessels in the 
1952 Heisman Trophy balloting. 

A first-round draft choice of the Wash- 
ington Redskins, Scarbath went on to play 
with the Redskins and Pittsburgh Steelers. 

He was inducted into the National 
Football Foundation College Hall of Fame 
in 1983. 



In a brief time as a college football 
head coach - one season at North Caro- 
lina (1942, 5-2-2), one at Oklahoma 
(1946, 8-3, Gator Bowl victory over North 
Carolina State) and nine years at Mary- 
land (1947-55, 73-15-4, 2-2-1 in bowl 
games) -Jim Tatum had become a coach- 
ing 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 before both 
teams were upset by Oklahoma in the 
Orange Bowl. Tatum's 1953 team was de- 
clared national champion, and Tatum was 
named national 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 de- 
feated top-ranked Tennessee 23-13. 

Tatum left Maryland following the 
1955 season to return to his alma mater, 
North Carolina, in 1 956. He coached the 
Tar Heels for three more seasons. 

He was inducted into the National 
Football Foundation College Hall of Fame 
in 1984. 



Pro Football Hall of Fame 

(1991) 

National Football Foundation 
Colle ge Hall of Fame (20001 

Stan Jones was the starting right 
tackle on the Terp defense that allowed 
only 31 points during 10 regular season 
games in 1953. With Jones leading the 
way, Maryland recorded six shutouts and 
allowed only one team, Georgia, to score 
more than six points. 

It all added up to a 10-0 regular sea- 
son for the Terps, who captured the national 
championship despite an upset loss to Okla- 
homa in the Orange Bowl. 

Jones earned consensus All-America 
honors in 1953 and was chosen "Out- 
standing College Lineman of 1953" by the 
College Football Coaching Board. A fifth- 
round draft choice of the Chicago Bears, 
Jones went on to have a lengthy pro ca- 
reer. He spent a majority of his career with 
the Bears (1954-65) before finishing at 
Washington (1966). 

"I was very prepared for the NFL when 
I left Maryland," Jones said. "From my 
coaches who taught me football to my pro- 
fessors who taught me anatomy, physiology 
and weight training, I received a great edu- 
cation. I couldn't have picked a better place 
to go." 

Jones was inducted into the Pro Foot- 
ball Hall of Fame in 1991 and selected 
for the College Football Hall of Fame in 
2000. 




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College Hall of Fame 11 9931 

Through three All-America years al 
Maryland and 14 All-Pro years in the Na- 
tional Football League, Dick Modzelewski 
was always "Little Mo." At 6-0, 235 
pounds during his playing days at Mary- 
land, 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 be- 
came Maryland's first winner of a major 
national honor when he received the Out- 
land 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 Cleveland 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. 



Pro Football Hall of Fame 

11994) 

National Football Foundation 
College Hall of Fame 11 994) 

Randy White changed the look of 
football's defensive lines. At Maryland, 
and later in an All-Pro National Football 
League career with the Dallas Cowboys, 
he was regarded as the quickest defen- 
sive 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 unani- 
mous 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 Dal- 
las Cowboys, White was an All-Pro per- 
former throughout his career and shared 
Super Bowl MVP honors with Dallas team- 
mate Harvey Martin when the Cowboys 
defeated Denver in Super 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 Football Hall of 
Fame in 1994. 



PELLEGRINI CLAIBORNE 



National Football Foundation 
College Hall of Fame (1996) 

Bob Pellegrini was recruited to Mary- 
land as a quarterback, but made his name 
as one of college football's best linemen. 
In his first season, Pellegrini was a 6-2, 
215-pound sophomore guard for the 
1953 national champion Terrapins. He 
would play guard again in 1954 in an 
era when players went both ways, before 
being switched to center for his senior year 
to fill a Terrapin void. 

As a senior, Pellegrini led Maryland 
to its second 10-0 regular season and 
ACC championship in three years as the 
Terps defeated defending national cham- 
pion UCLA. He was selected ACC Player 
of the Year, named consensus All-America 
and pictured as Herman Hickman's cover 
boy for Lineman of the Year in 1955. 

Pellegrini led the Terps to a 27-4-1 
record over his career, with rankings in 
the Top 10 each season. He was the first 
pick in the National Football League draft 
by the Philadelphia Eagles. Pellegrini be- 
came one of the building blocks of an 
Eagle turnaround that took the team to the 
top of the football world. A losing team 
when he joined, the Eagles defeated Vince 
Lombardi's Green Bay Packers for the 
World Championship four years later with 
Bob Pellegrini at linebacker. 

Bob Pellegrini was inducted into the 
Notional Football Foundation College 
Hall of Fame in December 1996. 



National Football Foundation 
College Hall of Fame 11999) 

Former Maryland football coach 
Jerry Claiborne was selected to join 12 
legendary college football players ond 
two other coaches among the 1999 class 
of inductees into the National Football 
Foundation College Hall of Fame. 

Claiborne coached 28 seasons over- 
all between stints al Virginia Tech (1961- 
70), Maryland (1972- 81 ) ond Kentucky 
(1982-89), and compiled a 179-122-8 
record in the process. He is currently 28th 
on the all- time Division l-A coaching vic- 
tories list. 

At Maryland, Claiborne was named 
The Sporting News National Coach of the 
Year in 1 974 after winning the Atlantic Coast 
Conference and finishing the season ranked 
No. 1 3 by the Associated Press. He wos the 
District III Coach of the Year in 1973, 1975 
and 1976. 

In all, Claiborne was the coach of 
the year in three different conferences - 
Southern (1963), ACC (1973, '75, 76) 
and Southeastern (1983) - while lead- 
ing his teams to 11 bowl games. Through- 
out his coaching career, he was o strong 
advocate of the right combination of aca- 
demics and athletics. In his years as head 
coach, he had four players named Aca- 
demic All-America and 87 players earn 
academic all-conference honors. On the 
field, he coached 13 All-Americans and 
53 who earned all-conference status. 



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MARYLAND TEAM AWARDS 



ALVIN L AUBINOE 
TROPHY 



joe f. blair 
AWARD 



RAYKROUSE 
MEMORIAL AWARD 



Unsung Hero of the Season Unsung Hero of the Season Most Valuable Player 




1956 

1957 

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1983 
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1988 

1989 
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1992 
1993 
1994 
1997 
1998 
1999 
2000 



Al Wharton, T 
Wilbur Main, C 
Ted Kershner, B 
Joe Gardi, T 
teroy Dietrich, C 
Dick Barlund, E 
Murnis Banner, HB 
George Stem, HB 
John Kenny, E 
Charles Krahling, C 
Bobby Collins, B 
Pat Baker, B 
Rick Carlson, E 
Paul Fitzpatrick, B 
Robert MacBride, OT 
Jeff Shugars, QB 
Ron Kecman, C 
Ken Scott, DT 
Frank Russell, WR 
Jim Richey, OT 
Bob Raba, TE 
Don Rhodes, C 
Mike Simon, C 
Richard Cummins, OG 
Scott Fanz, OT 
Todd Wright, C 
Frank Kolencik, DG 
John Nash, RB 
Doug Miller, C 
Tyrone Furman, DG 
Bill Rogers, TE 
George Colton, OG 
Sean Sullivan, WR 
Robert Klein, DG 
Sean Scott, LB 
Matt D'Amico, LB 
Dan Plocki, PK 
Dean Green, WR 
Doug Stump, RB 
Greg Hines, LB 
Don Prunzik, WR 
Russ Weaver, WR 
David Hack, OG 
Eric Hicks, DE 
John Waerig, TE 
Matt Kalapinski, FB 
Melvin Fowler, C 



1995 Kevin Plank, SB 



ANTHONY C. 
NARDO MEMORIAL 
TROPHY 

Best Lineman of 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 



1972 
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 
2000 



Ron Kecman, C 
Randy White, DT 
John Schultz, WB 
Tim Wilson, FB 
Ted Klaube, DG 
Neal Olkewicz, LB 
Brian Matera, LB 
Lloyd Burruss, DB 
Greg Vanderhout, DG 
John Tice, TE 
Boomer Esiason, QB 
Eric Wilson, LB 
Stan Gelbaugh, QB 
Chuck Faucette, LB 
Kevin Walker, LB 
Dan Plocki, PK 
Neil O'Donnell, QB 
Scott Saylor, LB 
Scott Zolak, QB 
Larry Webster, DT 
Marcus Badgett, WR 
Jason Kremus, WR 
Steve Ingram, OT 
Jermaine Lewis, WR 
Brian Cummings, QB 
Eric Barton, LB 
LaMont Jordan, TB 
Shown Forte, FS 



BOB BEALL, 
TOMMY MARCOS 
TROPHY 

Best Lineman of the Year 



1970 
1971 
1972 
1973 
1974 
1980 
1981 
1982 
1983 
1984 
1985 
1986 
1987 




Guy Roberts, DE 
Dennis O'Hara, E 
Paul Vellano, OG 
Randy White, DT 
Randy White, DT 
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 
Johnnie Hicks, DT 



THE TEKE TROPHY 

Service Over Four Years 

1949 John Idzik, B 

1950 John Idzik, B 

1951 Bob Ward, G 

1952 Ed Fullerton, B 

1953 Bernie Faloney, B 

1954 John Irvine, C 

1955 Bob Pellegrini, C 

1956 Mike Sandusky, T 

1957 Gene Alderton, C 

1958 Bob Rusevlyon, 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 LouStickel, B 

1968 Billy Lovett, FB 

1969 Ken Dutton, DB 

1970 Peter Mattia, DT 

1971 Tommy Miller, B 

1972 DonRatliff, E 

1973 Paul Vellano, DG 

1974 Randy White, DT 

TERRAPIN CLUB 
AWARD 




Greatest Contribution to 
EoflihaJI 

LeRoy Hughes, DE 
Rob Raba, TE 
Brad Carr, LB 
Dean Richards, WR 
James Shaffer, DE 
Lloyd Burruss, HB 
Charlie Wysocki, TB 
Mike Corvino, DG 
Boomer Esiason, QB 
Eric Wilson, LB 
Rick Badanjek, FB 
Chuck Faucette, LB 
Ferrell Edmunds, TE 
Dan Plocki, PK 
Mark Agent, C 
Barry Johnson, WR 
Larry Webster, DT 
Mike Jarmolowich, LB 
Mark Mason, RB 
Steve Ingram, OT 
Jermaine Lewis, WR 
Buddy Rodgers, RB 
Kendall Ogle, LB 
Jermaine Arringlon, WR 
Jason Halala, WR 
Aaron Thompson, LB 
Jason Hatala, WR 



Jeff Shugars 



Shawn Forte 



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A.V.WILLIAMS 
AWARD 

Outstanding and 
Conspicuous Sportsmanship 



JIM TATUM 
MEMORIAL AWARD 

Lineman of the Year 



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 
1993 
1994 
1995 
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1998 
1999 
2000 



Ronnie Waller, HB 
lynn Beighlol, QB 
Jack Davis, G 
Howie Dare, HB 
Bob Rusevlyan, QB 
Allen Bunge 
Dale Betty, QB 
Donald Brown 
Clayton Beardmore 
Samuel Bossert 
Bob Kopinsky 
Donold Dunphy 
Frank Costello 
Robert Karch 
Roland Merritt, DE 
David Reiss 
John Baker 
James Norris 
Vince Slruble 
Al Neville, QB 
Tyrone Neal 
leRoy Hughes, DE 
Bob Raba, TE 
Gene Ochap, C 
Brad Carr, LB 
Dean Richards, WR 
Jomes Shaffer, DE 
Eric Sievers, TE 
Brian Riendeau, OG 
Dave Pacella, OT 
Boomer Esiason, QB 
Eric Wilson, LB 
Scott Schankweiler, LB 
Lewis Askew, DG 
Robert Klein, DG 
Chad Sydnor, DB 
Bren Lowery, TB 
Barry Johnson, WR 
Lubo Zizakovic, DT 
Ed Regan, OG 
Corey Holobetz, TE 
Mike Settles, LB 
Pat Ward 
Paul Jackson, S 
Erwyn Lyghl, DE 
Matt Kalapinski, FB 



1959 
1960 
1961 
1962 
1963 
1964 
1965 
1966 
1967 
1968 
1969 
1970 
1971 
1972 
1973 
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1975 

1976 
1977 
1978 
1979 
1980 
1981 
1982 
1983 
1984 
1985 
1986 
1987 
1988 
1989 
1990 

1991 
1992 
1993 
1994 
1995 
1997 
1998 
1999 



Kurt A. Schwartz, T 
Thomas E Sankovich, T 
Bill Kirchiro, OG 
David Crossan, T 
Olof Drozdov, T 
Larry Bagranoff, DT 
Larry Bagranoff, DT 
Thomas Cichowski, OT 
Tom Myslinski, T 
Thomas Plevin, DT 
Peter Matlia, DT 
Peter Matlia, DT 
Guy Roberts, LB 
Paul Vellano, DG 
Randy White, DT 
Randy White, DT 
Marion Koprowski, OT 
Paul Divito, DG 
Joe Campbell, DT 
Ted Klaube, DG 
Charles Johnson, DT 
Kervin Wyatt, OG 
Ed Gall, DT 
Greg Vanderhoul, 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 
Kris Jenkins, DT 



GEORGE C. COOK 
MEMORIAL AWARD 

H i ghest Ac a dem i c Aver a ge Iron Man Award 



DR. JOHN E. FABER 
AWARD 



1962 
1963 
1964 
1965 
1966 
1967 
1968 
1969 

1970 

1971 
1972 
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1975 
1976 
1977 
1978 
1979 
1980 
1981 
1982 
1983 
1984 
1985 
1986 
1987 
1988 
1989 
1990 
1991 
1992 
1993 
1994 
1995 
1997 
1998 
1999 
2000 



Don White, QB 
David Nardo, E 
David Nardo, E 
Bruce Springer, B 
Larry Bagronoff, T 
Chuck Tine, T 
Ralph Friedgen, OG 
Ralph Friedgen, OG 
Bill Grant, E 
Pat Burke, OG 
Steve Fromang, OT 
Steve Fromang, OT 
James Martell, E 
Kim Hoover, WR 
Kim Hoover, WR 
Jonathan Claiborne, S 
Jonathan Claiborne, S 
Joe Muffler, DE 
Ralph Lary, S 
Ralph Lary, S 
Mark Sobel, DE 
Greg Harraka, C 
Greg Harraka, C 
Greg Harraka, C 
Dolph Tokarczyk, TE 
Richard Shure, FB 
Richard Shure, FB 
John Rugg, OG 
Mark Agent, C 
Ken Oberle, OT 
Mitch Suplee, C 
Dave Marrone, LB 
Erick Wood, LB 
Corey Holobetz, TE 
Ken Lytle, PK 
Ryan Rezzelle, OT 
Ryan Rezzelle, OT 
Jamie Wu, OG 
Brian Kopka, PK 




1992 
1993 
1994 
1998 
1999 



John Kaleo, QB 
Scott Milonovich, QB 
Jomie Bragg, C/DT 
Kendall Ogle, LB 
Jamie Wu, OG 



2000 Scott Rudolph, LS 

OUTSTANDING 
SPECIALIST 



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1988 

1989 
1990 
1991 
1992 
1993 



Ricky Johnson, TB 
Scott Whirtier, LB 
Ricky Johnson, TB 
Scott Zolak, QB 
Troy Jackson, RB 
John Kaleo, QB 
Jermoine Lewis, WR 




Jermaine Lewis 



TOP SPECIAL 
TEAMS PERFORMER 



1988 
1989 
1990 
1991 
1992 
1993 
1995 
1997 
1998 
1999 
2000 



Mark Agent, C 
Mike Kiselak, OG 
Clarence Jones, OT 
Mitch Suplee, C 
Steve Ingram, OT 
Steve Ingram, OT 
Chad Scott, CB 
Lewis Sanders, FS 
Brian Kopka, PK 
Brian Kopka, PK 
Brooks Barnard, P 
Brian Kopko, PK 



HAMMER AWARD 

1988 Chad Sydnor, CB 

1989 Eddie Tomlin, S 

1990 Glenn Page, LB 

1991 Mikejarmolowich, LB 

1992 Scott Rosen, S 



Boomer Esiason 



Guy Roberts 



Ralph Friedgen 



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BACK LINEMAN 



1952 
1953 
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Chet Hanulak, HB 
Ralph Felton, FB 
Ron Waller, HB 
Ed Vereb, HB 
Fred Hamilton, HB 
Bob Rusevlyan, QB 
Bob Rusevlyan, QB 
Jim Joyce, FB 
Dale Betty, QB 
Dick Shiner, QB 
Tom Brown, HB 
Dick Shiner, HB 
Tom Hickey, HB 
Walt Marciniak, HB 
Alan Pastrana, QB 
Billy Lovett, FB 
Billy Lovett, FB 
Tom Miller, FB 
Art Seymore, HB 
Al Neville, QB 
Bob Avellini, QB 
Louis Carter, TB 
Louis Carter, TB 
John Schultz, WB 
Mark Manges, QB 
Larry Dick, QB 
George Scott, HB 
Steve Atkins, TB 
Charlie Wysocki, TB 
Charlie Wysocki, TB 
Boomer Esiason, QB 
Boomer Esiason, QB 
Willie Joyner, RB 
Willie Joyner, RB 
Rick Badanjek, FB 
Rick Badanjek, FB 
Tommy Neal, RB 
Bren Lowery, RB 
Ricky Johnson, TB 
Ricky Johnson, TB 
Scott Zolak, QB 
Troy Jackson, RB 
John Kaleo, QB 
Jermaine Lewis, WR 
Allen Williams, RB 
Buddy Rodgers, RB 



1952 
1953 
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1995 



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 
1953 
1954 
1955 
1956 
1957 
1958 
1959 
1960 
1961 
1962 
1963 
1964 
1965 
1966 
1967 
1968 
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1978 
1979 
1980 
1981 
1982 
1983 
1984 
1985 
1986 
1987 

1988 
1989 
1990 
1991 
1992 
1993 
1994 
1995 



Ed Fullerton, HB 
Dick Nolan, HB 
Joe Horning, HB 
Lynn Beightol, QB 
Bob Rusevlyan, QB 
Bob Layman, HB 
Jim Joyce, FB 
Dwayne Fletcher, HB 
Jim Davidson, HB 
Tom Brown, HB 
Joe Hrezo, LB 
Ernie Arizzi, HB 
Bob Sullivan, HB 
Fred Cooper, HB 
Lou Stickel, HB 
Bob Colbert, HB 
Kenny Dutton, HB 
Tony Greene, S 
Tony Greene, S 
Larry Marshall, HB 
Bob Smith, S 
Harry Walters, HB 
Harry Walters, HB 
Kevin Benson, LB 
Brad Carr, LB 
Brad Carr, LB 
Neal Olkewicz, LB 
none 

Brian Matera, LB 
Lloyd Burruss, HB 
Darnell Dailey, LB 
none 

Clarence Baldwin, 
Al Covington, S 
Al Covington, S 
Keeta Covington, CB 
Chad Sydnor, CB 
Chad Sydnor, CB 
Eddie Tomlin, S 
Glenn Page, LB 
Mike Jarmolowich, LB 
Scott Rosen, DB 
Orlando Strozier, DB 
Andreal Johnson, CB 
Chad Scott, CB 



HB 



DEFENSIVE 

LINEMAN 



Note: These awards were discontinued after 1 995. 



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 BenScotti, E 

1959 Rod Breedlove, G 

1960 Tom Sankovich, T 

1961 Dave Crossan, T 

1962 Walter Rock, G 

1963 Joe Ferrante, G 

1964 Olal 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 




John Kaleo 



Scott Zolo 



Tim Brannon Billy Hughes 



Ed Fullerton 



Neal Olkewicz 



Charles Johnson Johnnie Hicks 



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All-Time NFL Draft Picks 2 

NFL Players by Position 2 

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Baltimore Ravens 

Jermaine Lewis, WR 
Larry Webster, DT 

| Carolina Panthers 
Clarence Jones, OT 

Cleweland Browns 

Kendall Ogle, LB 
Lewis Sanders, DB 

Dernier Broncos 

ClJohn Feugill, OL 



Detroit Lions 
J.B. Brown, DB 



Indianapolis Colts 

Delbert Cowsette, DL 
Cliff Crosby, CB 

Ratcliff Thomas, LB 




Steelefs 



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Kansas City Chiefs 
Eric Hicks, DE 



New York Jets 
Eric Ogbogu, DE 



Oakland Raiders 

Eric Barton, LB 



Pittsburgh Steelers 




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Chad Scott, DB 



Tennessee Titans 

Neil O'Donnell, QB 
Frank Wycheck, HB 

Washington Redskins 



Delbert Cowsette, DL 

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for a portion of the 2000 season 



Frank Wycheck 



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Canadian Football League 



Renard Cox (Scottish Claymores), John Feugill (Barcelona Jermaine Arrington (Montreal Alouettes), David Hack 
Dragons/allocated by Denver Broncos), John Waerig (Hamilton Tiger-Cats), Geroy Simon (Winnipeg Blue Bomb- 
Barcelona Dragons/allocated by Detroit Lions) ers), Irv Smith (Montreal Alouettes] 



Arena Football League 



Marcus Badgett (Toronto Phantoms), Henry Baker (Norfolk 
Nighthawks/af2) Anthony Jenkins (Indiana Firebirds), John 
Kaleo (Tampa Bay Storm), Ken Mastrole (Florida Firecats/ 
af2),Chad Wiestling (Florida Bobcats) 



XFL 



Mike Kiselak (San Francisco Demons), Scott Milonovich (Los 
Angeles Xtreme) 

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Aziziiddin Abdur-Ra'oof. WR 

Kansas City 1 1988-89) 

DickAbsher.LB-K 

Washington (1967) 
Atlanta (1967-68) 
New Orleans 1 1969-7 1) 
Philadelphia (1972) 

John Alderton. DE 

Pittsburgh (1953) 

O'Brien Alston, LB 

Indianapolis 1 1988-92) 

Steve Atkins, BB 

Green Bay 1 1979-81 ) 
Philadelphia (1981) 

Jess Atkinson. PK 

N.Y. Giants (1985) 
St. Louis 1 1985) 
Washington (1986-87) 
Indianapolis (1988) 

Bob Aiiellini. QB 

Chicago Bears (1975-83) 
N.Y Jets (1984) 

Rick Badanjek. FB 

Washington (1986) 
Atlonta (1987-88) 



Eric Barton, LB 



Ookland (1999-1 

Pick Bielski, FB-TE-PK 

Philadelphia (1955-59) 
Dallas (196061) 
Baltimore Colts (1962-63) 

Ahfin Blount. RB 



Dallas (1987) 

Rod Breedlove. LB 

Washington (1960-64) 
Pittsburgh (1965-67) 




Eric Barton has played in I 8 games over 
the last two seasons with Oakland. 




Boomer Esiason played with the Jets from 1 993-95. 



Brooke Brewer, HB 



Joe Campbell. DE 



Cleveland (1921) 
Akron (1922) 

Donald Brown. DB 



Miami (1986) 
San Diego (1986) 
N.Y. Giants (1987) 

J.B. Brown. DB 



New Orleans (1977-78) 
Oakland (1979-81) 
Tampa Bay 1 1981 1 

Louis Carter. RB 



Oakland (1975) 
Tampa Bay (1976-78) 

Ted Chapman, DE 



Miami (1989-96) 
Pittsburgh (1997) 
Arizona (1998) 
Detroit (1 999-) 

Tom Brown, S 



LA. Raiders (1987) 

Tom Cichowski, T 



Denver (1967-68) 

Fred Cole. G 



Lloyd 



Green Bay (1964-68) 
Washington (1969) 

Burmss. S 



LA. Chargers (I960) 

Gary Collins, FL-P 



Kansas City (1981-91, 1993) 
Denver (1992) 



Cleveland (1962-71) 

Uoyd Colteryahn. E 



Harry Butsko. LB 



Woshington (1963) 



Ed Cooke, DE 



Chicago Bears (1958) 
Philadelphia (1958) 
Baltimore Colts (1959) 
I J 1 Titons ( 196062) 
NY, Jets (1963) 
Denver (1964-65) 
Miami (1966-67) 

Jim Corcoran. QB 



Boston (1968) 

Delbert Cowsette, PL 



Washington (2000) 
Indianapolis (2000) 

Cliff Crosby, DB 



Cincinnati (1999) 
St Louis 1 1999) 
Indianapolis (2000) 

Djm Crossan. C 



Washington (1965-69) 

DaweD'Addio.RB 



Detroit (1984) 

Matt D'Amico. LB 



Cincinnoti(1989) 

Jack Davis, G 



Denver (1993) 

Mark Duda. DT 



Son Diego (1987-88) 

Bon Faiio, TE 



Philadelphia (1987) 

Ralph FeKon. IB 

Washington (1954-60) 
Buffalo (1961-62) 

John Feugill. PL 



Andy 



Denver (2000) 

Fletcher, FB 



Buffolo(1920| 

Ed Fullerton. DB 



Pittsburgh (19531 

Ed Fulton. G 



LA. Rams (1978) 
Buffalo (1979) 

Lu Gambino. HB 



Boltimore Colts 1 1954-56) 

George Corton. G 

New England (1987) 



Buffalo (1986-89) 
Seattle (1992-95) 






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Boston (I960) 

Darren Droidov. 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 



Boltimore Colts (1948-49) 

Stan Gelbaugh. QB 



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O'Neil Glenn. OT 



New England (1991) 

Keuin Glower. C 



Tony 



Detroit (1985-97) 

Seattle (1998-99) 

Greene, CB 



Buffalo (1971-79) 

ChetHanulafc.HB 



Cleveland (1954, 1957) 



Dan Healy. T 



Chicago (1958-59) 
Dallas (1960-61) 
Buffalo (1962) 

Bo Hickey f BB 



Denver (1967) 

Eric Hicks. DE 



Kansas City (199 8-) 

Stewe Ingram. PL 



Tampa Bay (1995) 
Jacksonville (1999) 

Ben Jefferson. OT 



Indianapolis (1989-90) 

Bick Jennings. WB 



Barry 



Oakland (1976-77) 
Tampa Bay (1977) 
San Francisco (1977) 

Johnson. WB 



Denver (1991-92) 

Charles Johnson,, MT 

Green Bay (1979-80, 1983) 

Vernon Joines, WB 

Cleveland (1989-90) 
Denver (1991) 

Clarence Jones. OT 

NY. Giants (1991-94) 
St. Louis Rams (1995) 
New Orleans (1996-98) 
Carolina (1999) 

Stan Jones. G-T-DT 

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. PL 

Dallas (1998-99) 

Pete Koch. DE 

Cincinnati (1984) 
Kansas City (1985-88) 
LA Raiders (1989-90) 

Bay Krouse DT 

N.Y. Giants (1951 -55) 
Detroit (1956-57) 
Baltimore Colts (1958-59) 
Washington (1960) 

Pete Ladyg o. G 

Pittsburgh (1952, 1954) 




V 



Jermaine Lewis has been a standout with the Baltimore Ravens since 1 996. 

Jermaine Lewis, WB 



Baltimore Ravens (1996) 

John Lookabaugh, E 

Washington (1946-47) 

J.D. Maarleveld. T 

Tampa Bay (1986-87) 

Mark Manges, OB 

St. Louis (1978) 

Larry Marshall, KR-DB 

Kansas City (1972-73) 
Minnesota (1974) 
Philadelphia (1974-77) 
LA, Rams (1978) 

Jim Meade, FB 

Washington (1939-40) 

Boland Merritt. WB 

Washington (1970) 

Bruce Mesner, DT 

Buffalo (1987) 
Kansas City (1988) 

Scott Milan owich. PB 

Tampa Bay (1996 99) 



Stewe Mike-Mayer. PK 

San Francisco (1975-76) 
Detroit (1977) 
New Orleans (1978) 
Baltimore Colts (1979-80) 

James Milling. WR 

Atlanta (1988-91) 
N.Y. Giants (1991) 

Charlie Mills. FB 

Buffalo (1920) 

Dick Modzelewski, DT 

Washington (1953-54) 
Pittsburgh (1955) 

N.Y. Giants (1956-63) 
Cleveland (1964-66) 

Ed Modielewski. FB 

Pittsburgh (1952) 
Cleveland (1955-59) 

Tommy Mont, PB 

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 

Son Francisco (1982-84) 

Ed Nickla. G 

Chicago (1959) 

Dick Nolan. DB 

N.Y. Giants (1954-57, 1959-61) 
Chicago Cardinals (1958) 
Dallas (1962) 

Jack Norris, E 

Staten Island (1932) 

Neil P'Donnell. PB 

Pittsburgh (1990-95) 
N.Y. Jets (1996-97) 
Cincinnati (1998) 
Tennessee (1999) 

Eric Pgbogu. LB 

New York Jets (1 998-) 

Kendall Ogle. LB 

Cleveland (1 999-) 

Neal Olkewici. LB 



Washington (1979-89) 

Dawe Pattella. G-C 



Philadelphia (1984) 

fl| Pastrana. PB 



Denver (1969-70) 

Bob Pellegrini. LB 



Philadelphia (1956, 1958-61) 
Washington (1962-65) 




Eric Ogbogu has ployed in 26 games with 
the Jets over the last three seasons. 



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Houston (I960] 

Dan PjflcMi K 



Cleveland (1989] 

Warren Powers. DE 



Denver (1989-92) 

Rob Raba. TE 



N.Y Jets (197779) 
Bollimore Colls (1980) 
Washington (1981) 

Don Ratliff. DE 



Philadelphio (1975) 

Frank Reich. QB 



Scott Schankweiler. LB 

Buffalo (1987) 

Ken Schroy . S 

N.Y. Jets (1977-84) 

John Schulta. WR 

Denver (1976-78) 

Chad Scott, DB 

Pittsburgh (1997) 

Sean Scott. LB 

Dallas (1988) 

Ben Scotti, DB 



Buffolo (1985-94) 
Carolina (1995) 
NY Jets (1996) 
Detroit (1997-98) 

Guy Roberts. LB 

Houston (197275) 
Atlanta (1976) 
Miami (1977) 

Walter Rock. T 



Washington (1959-61) 
Philadelphia (1962-63) 
San Francisco (1964) 

Dick Shiner. QB 



San Francisco (1963-67) 
Washington (1968-73) 

Jeff Rodenherger. RB 

New Orleans (1987) 

Stan Rogers, T 

Denver (1975) 

Lewis Sanders, DB 

Cleveland (2000-) 

Mike Sandusky. T-G 

Pittsburgh (1957-65) 

Jack Scarbath. QB 

Washington (1953-54) 
Pittsburgh (1956) 



Washington (1964-66) 
Cleveland (1967) 
Pittsburgh (1968-69) 
NY, Giants (1970| 
Atlanta (197173) 
New England (197374) 

Roger Shoals, T 



Cleveland (1963-64) 
Detroit (196570) 
Denver (1971) 

Eric Siewers, TE 



San Diego (1981-88) 

LA. Rams (1988) 

New England (1989-90) 

Geroy Simon, WR 



Tampa Bay (1997) 

Irv Smith. DB 



Washington (1993) 

Jerry Snyder. HB 



N.Y. Giants (1929) 
Stolen Island (1930) 




Randy White played with the Cowboys from I 975-88 and was named co-M VP of Super 
Bowl XII as Dallas topped the Broncos. 




Edtfereh.HB 



Woshmglon(1960) 

Kewin Walker. LB 

Cincinnati (1988-92) 

Al Wallace. DE 



Philadelphia (1997-99) 

Ron Waller. HB-KR 



Larry 



LA Rams (1955-58) 
L.A. Chargers (I960) 

Webster, DT 



Miami (1992-94) 
Cleveland (1995) 
Baltimore Ravens (1 996-) 



Randy White. DT 



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Dallas (1975-88| 

Walter White. TE 



Former Terps Renaldo Nehemiah (83 j 
and Ken Schroy [48). 

Ron Solt, G 

Indianapolis (1984-88, 1992) 
Philadelphia (1988-91) 

Chad Sydnor. DB 

Chicago (1989) 

Ratcliff Thomas. LB 

Indianapolis (1 999-) 

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 



Konsos City (197579) 

Eric Wilson. LB 



Buffalo (1985-86) 
Washington (1987) 

Tim Wilson. RB-TE 



Houston (1977-82) 
New Orleans (1983-84| 

Elmer Wingate, DE 



Baltimore Colts (1953) 

John Wright, FB 



Baltimore Colls (1947) 

KervinWyatt.LB 

N.Y. Giants (1980) 

Frank Wycheck. HB 



Denver (1981-83) 



Billy Van Heusen.SE-P 

Denver (1968-76) 



Washington (1993-94) 
Houston/Tennessee (1995) 

Scott Zolak, QB 

New England! 1991-98} 
Miami (1999) 



Note: Through 2000 season - additions or correc- 
tions to the above list should be submitted to the 

Maryland media relations office. 



Maryland Head Coaches 

to Coach In NFL 

Bobby Ross 

Maryland (1982-86) 

San Diego Chargers 1 1992-96) 

Detroit Lions (1997-2000) 

Lou Saban 

Maryland (1966) 
Boston Patriots (1960-61) 
Buffalo Bills (1962-65, 197276) 
Denver Broncos (196771) 

Clark Shaughnessy 

Maryland (1942, 1946) 
Los Angeles Rams (1948-49) 



Maryland Players to 
Coach In NFL 



Dick Modielewski 



Cleveland Browns (1977) 

Dick Nolan 






San Francisco 49ers (196875) 
New Orleons Saints (1978-80) 

Ron_Wjlllei 



San Diego Chargers (1973) 
Note: Only Head Coaches Listed 





D. Modzelewski Bobby Ross 



C. Shaughnessy Lou Saban 



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First Round Draft Picks 

1952 Ed Modzelewski, B (5) Pittsburgh 

1953 Jack Scarboth, 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 ( 1 1 ) Washington 

1962 Gary Collins, E Cleveland 

Boston (AFL) 

1975 Randy White, DT (2) Dallas 

1977 Joe Campbell, DE (7) New Orleans 

1 984 Pete Koch, DE ( 1 6) Cincinnati 

Ron Solt, OG (19) Indianapolis 

1997 Chad Scott, DB (24) Pittsburgh 





Ed Modzelewski 




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Jack Scarbath 


f) 



Bemie Faloney 



Dick Bielski 




Bob Pellegrini 




Gary Collins 



Randy White 




Joe Campbell 



Pete Koch 





Ron Solt 



Chai 



1237- 



6 Bill Guckeyson, 

1344 



. Philadelphia 



12 Tommy Mont, B New York Giants 



1M5_ 



16 Bill Byrd, C ... 

24 Lu Gambino, 

1546 



. New York Giants 
Chicago Bears 



28 Don Gleasner, E Boston 



154Z. 



11 Emile Fritz, G Chicago Bears 



1545. 



28 Harry Bonk, B . 

1950 



Boston 



20 Fred Davis, E ... 

25 Jim Brasher, C . 

26 Earl Roth, B 



Detroit 

....Cleveland 
.Washington 



1551 



2 Ray Krouse, T 

4 Elmer Wingate, E .... 

9 Jake Rowden, C 

10 Chester Gierula, G . 

1952 



. New York Giants 
.. New York Yanks 

Washington 

Cleveland 



6 
6 
13 
14 
16 
23 
24 
26 
27 
28 
30 



Ed Modzelewski, I 
Dave Cianelli, C .. 

Ed Kensler, G 

Tom Cosgrove, C 

Joe Moss, T 

Pete Ladygo, G ... 

Paul Nestor, T 

Bob Ward, G 

Chuck Fry, T 

Bill Maletzky, G ... 
Karney Scioscia, B 
Bob Shemonski, B 



Pittsburgh 

Texas 

Washington 

Cleveland 

... Los Angeles Rams 

Pittsburgh 

Chicago Bears 

Texas 

. Chicago Cardinals 

Cleveland 

Chicago Bears 

Chicago Bears 



1553_ 



22 
25 



Jack Scarbath, B 

Dick Modzelewski, T., 
Lloyd Colteryahn, E.... 

Ed Fullerton, B 

Stan Jones, T 

John Alderton, E 

Bob Morgan, T 

Lew Weidensaul, E 

Ed O'Connor, T 

ArtHurd, G 



Washington 

Washington 

Pittsburgh 

San Francisco 

Chicago Bears 

Pittsburgh 

.Los Angeles Rams 

Washington 

Pittsburgh 

Washington 



1951 



2 
4 
4 
4 
12 
13 
26 



Bernie Faloney, B ... 

ChetHanulak, B 

Dick Nolan, B 

Charlie Boxold, B ... 

Ralph Felton, B 

Tom Breunich, T 

"harles Lattimer, C . 
Ralph Baierl, T 



San Francisco 

Cleveland 

. New York Giants 

San Francisco 

Washington 

Cleveland 

Pittsburgh 

Green Bay 



1355 

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 

1556 

1 Bob Pellegrini, C Philadelphia 

I Ed Vereb, B Washington 

8 Russ Dennis, E Green Bay 

10 Bob Laughery, B Green Bay 

I I Tom Selep, B Detroit 

195Z 

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 

1558 

3 Ed Cooke, E Chicago Bears 

3 Don Healy, T Chicago Bears 

28 Wilbur Main, B Chicago Bears 

1559 

6 Fred Cole, G Chicago Bears 

14 Kurt Schwarz, G Washington 

1950 

3 Rod Breedlove, G San Francisco 

1561 

16 Roger Shoals, T Cleveland 

17 Everett Cloud, B Dallas 

1552 

1 Gary Collins, E Cleveland 

7 Bill Kirchiro, G St. Louis 

14 Jim Davidson, B Detroit 

15 Dick Barlund, E St. Louis 

1563 

2 Tom Brown, B Green Bay 

2 Walter Rock, G San Francisco 

3 Dave Crossan, G-C Philadelphia 

15 Harry Butsko, LB Washington 

1564 

7 Dick Shiner, QB Washington 

14 Ernie Arizzi, B Philadelphia 

1565 

9 Ken Ambrusko, B Chicago Bears 

14 Jerry Fishman, LB Baltimore 



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2 Tom Cichowski, OT 



Green Bay 



1962. 



Dick Absher, TE . 
Bo Hickey, FB .... 



Philadelphia 
St. Louis 



1968 



13 Tom Myslinski, OG . 

1489 



. New York Jets 



10 Ron Pearson, TE-LB .. 

11 Alan Pastrana, QB .. 

12 Harry Blackney, RB . 



Chicago Bears 

Denver 

. New York Giants 



1924. 



7 Roland Merritt, WR 
9 Ralph Sonntag, OT . 



Washington 
Washington 



1922. 



15 



Guy Roberts, LB 

Larry Marshall, DB . 



Houston 

. Kansas City 



1174. 



7 Bart Purvis, OT... 
14 Paul Vellano, DT . 



Green Bay 

. Chicogo Bears 



1925. 



i 

3 
3 
3 
5 
6 
10 
10 
12 
16 
17 



Randy White, DT 

Louis Carter, RB 

Steve Mike-Mayer, PK , 

Walter White, TE 

Stan Rogers, OT 

Bob Avellini, QB 

Phil Wagenheim, P 

Ken Schroy, DB 

Harry Walters, LB 

Robert Smith, DB 

Frank Russell, WR 



Dallas 

Oakland 

.. San Francisco 

Pittsburgh 

Denver 

. Chicago Bears 

Baltimore 

Philadelphia 

Denver 

Baltimore 

Baltimore 



1426. 



1 1 Rick Jennings, RB Oakland 



1922. 



1 Joe Compbell, DE . 

3 Tim Wilson, RB ..... 

3 Ed Fulton, OG 

6 Tom Schick, OG ... 

12 Dave Conrad, OT , 



New Orleans 

Houston 

. Los Angeles Rams 

New Orleans 

New York Jets 



1924. 



4 Mark Manges, QB 
10 Vince Kinney, WR .. 



. Los Angeles Rams 
Denver 



1929_ 



2 Steve Atkins, RB 

3 Charles Johnson, DT . 



Green Bay 
Green Bay 



198iL 



10 Larry Stewart, OT . 

i48i 



Baltin 



3 Lloyd Burruss, DB . 

4 Eric Sievers, TE 

6 Sam Johnson, DB . 

11 Ed Gall, DT 



Kansas City 

San Diego 

Detroit 

. New York Jets 



1982 



9 Darnell Dailey, LB St. Louis 




1 986 draft pick Stan Gelbaugh. 

1983 



3 John Tice, TE 

4 Mark Duda, DT 

7 Gurnest Brown, DT . 



. New Orleans 

St. Louis 

Buffalo 



148-L 



Pete Koch, DE 

Ron Solt, OG 

Boomer Esiason, QB. 

DaveD'Addio, RB 

Willie Joyner, RB 

Russell Davis, WR 



Cincinnati 

. Indianapolis 

Cincinnati 

Detroit 

Houston 

Buffalo 



1385. 



2 Kevin Glover, C .. 

3 Frank Reich, QB . 
7 Eric Wilson, LB.... 



Detroit 

Buffalo 

Green Bay 



1986. 



J.D. Maorleveld, OT . 
Donald Brown, DB .... 
Ston Gelbaugh, QB .. 

Rick Bodanjek, RB 

George Colton, OG . 
Len Lynch, OG 



Tampa Bay 

San Diego 

Dallas 

Washington 

New England 

. New York Giants 



1481. 



8 Bruce Mesner, DE .. 

9 Alvin Blount, RB 

10 Chuck Faucette, LB . 

11 Tommy Neal, RB .... 



Buffalo 

Dallas 

. New York Giants 
Denver 



1488_ 



3 Kevin Walker, LB 

3 Ferrell Edmunds, TE 

9 Azizuddin Abdur-Ra'oof, WR . 

10 O'Brien Alston, LB 

11 James Milling, WR 



Cincinnati 

Miami 

.. Kansas City 
. Indianapolis 
Atlanta 



1989_ 



2 Warren Powers, DE . 

5 Vernon Joines, WR .. 

11 DanPlocki, PK 

12 J.B.Brown, DB 



Denver 

Cleveland 
. Cleveland 
Miami 



1990 



3 Neil O'Donnell, QB. 
12 Blaine Rose, OG 



Pittsburgh 
New England 



1991 



4 Scott Zolak, QB 
4 Clarence Jones, OT. 
9 O'Neil Glenn, OG .. 



New England 

New York Giants 
New England 



1992 



3 Larry Webster, DT . 
7 Derek Steele, DE . 



Miami 
Indianapolis 



1493. 



6 Frank Wycheck, TE Washington 



1995. 



7 Steve Ingram, OG . 

1998 



. Tompo Boy 



5 Jermaine Lewis, WR Baltimore 



1992. 



1 Chad Scott, DB Pittsburgh 



1998. 



6 Eric Ogbogu, DE . 

1999 



. New York Jets 



5 Eric Barton, LB 

6 Kendall Ogle, LB . 

2000 



..Oakland 
. Cleveland 



4 Lewis Sanders, DB 

7 Delbert Cowsette, DT . 



.... Cleveland 
. Washington 



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2 Kris Jenkins, DT 

2 LoMont Jordan, RB. 
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. New York Jets 




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NFL PLAYERS BY POSITION 



Quarterbacks 



Bob Avellini 


1975-84 


Jim Corcoran 


1968 


Boomer Esiason 


1984-97 


Stan Gelbaugh 


1986-95 


Mark Manges 


1978 


Scott Milanovich 


1996-99 


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 Avellini 


Running Racks 


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 1988-89 

Dick Bielski 1955-63 

Gary Collins 1962-71 

Lloyd Colteryahn 1954-56 

Ferrell Edmunds 1988-94 

Ron Fazio 1987 

Rick Jennings 1976-77 

BarryJohnson 1991-92 

Vernon Joines 1989-91 

Vince Kinney 1978-79 

Jermaine Lewis 1996- 

Roland Merrirt 1970 

James Milling 1988-91 

Renaldo Nehemiah 1982-84 

Rob Raba 1977-81 

John Schultz 1976-78 

EricSievers 1981-90 

Geroy Simon 1997 

JohnTice 1983-94 

MikeTice 1981-95 

Billy Van Heusen 1968-76 

Walter White 1975-79 



Ferrell Edmunds 



Offensive Linemen 

Tom Cichowski 
Fred Cole 
George Colton 
Dave Crossan 
Jack Davis 
John Feugill 
Ed Fulton 
O'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 Soil 




1967-68 

1960 

1987 

1965-69 

1960 

2000 

1978-79 

1991 

1985-99 

1958-62 

1995, 1999 

1989-90 

1991- 

1954-66 

1962 

1998-99 

1952/54 

1986-87 

1954 

1952 

1959 

1984 

1963-73 

1975 

1957-65 

1984-92 



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Defensive Linemen 



John Alderton 


1953 


Joe Campbell 


1977-81 


Ted Chapman 


1987 


Ed Cooke 


1958-67 


Delberl Cowsette 


2000 


Darren Drozdov 


1993 


Mark Duda 


1983-87 


Eric Hicks 


1998- 


Charles Johnson 


1979-80, '83 


Stan Jones 


1954-66 


Pete Koch 


1984-90 


Ray Krouse 


1951-60 


John Lookobaugh 


1946-47 


Bruce Mesner 


1987-88 


Dick Modzelewski 


1953-66 


Bob Morgan 


1954 


Jack Norris 


1932 


Eric Ogbogu 


1998- 


Warren Powers 


1989-92 


Don Rotliff 


1975 


Waller Rock 


1963-73 


Roger Shoals 


1963-71 


Al Wallace 


1997-99 


Lorry Webster 


1992- 


Randy White 


1975-88 


Elmer Wingate 


1953 



Randy White 




Defensive Backs 



Donald Brown 


1986-87 




J.B. Brown 


1989- 




Tom Brown 


1964-69 




Lloyd Burruss 


1981-93 




Cliff Crosby 
Ed Fullerton 


1999- 
1953 


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Tony Greene 


1971-79 


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Larry Marshall 


1972-78 


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Dick Nolan 


1954-62 




Lewis Sanders 


2000- 


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Ken Schroy 


1977-84 


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Chad Scott 


1997- 




Ben Scotti 


1959-64 




Irv Smith 


1993 




Chad Sydnor 


1989 


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Steve Trimble 


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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 
Ralcliff Thomas 
Kevin Walker 
Eric Wilson 
Kervin Wyatt 



1967-72 

1988-92 

1999- 

1960-67 

1963 

1989 

1987-88 

195462 

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 


1967-72 


Jess Atkinson 


1985-88 


Dick Bielski 


1955-63 


Gary Collins 


1962-71 


Larry Marshall 


1972-78 


Steve Mike-Mayer 


1975-80 


Dan Plocki 


1989 


Billy Van Heusen 


1968-76 


Ron Waller 


1955-58/60 



J.B. Brown 



Jess Atkinson 




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FRANK REICH ; THE KING OF COMEBACKS 




Reich led the Bills back from a 35-3 third-quarter deficit. 



When it comes to engineering 
record-setting comeback victories, no 
one has done it better than 
Maryland's Frank Reich, who was at 
the controls for the greatest come- 
backs in NCAA and NFL history. . 

Reich's first encounter with 
greatness occurred as a senior in 
1984, when he came off the bench 
to lead the Terps to what then 
ranked as the biggest comeback 
in NCAA history. Down 31-0 at 
halftime to the defending national 
champion Miami Hurricanes, head 
coach Bobby Ross inserted Reich 
into the lineup in place of Stan 
Gelbaugh, and Reich 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 great- 
est comeback in pro football an- 
nals. 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 Houston Oilers, who 
appeared on their way to an easy 
playoff win by building a 35-3 lead 
early in the second half. 

Reich, however, wasn't de- 
terred. Filling in for the injured Jim 
Kelly, he demonstrated grace un- 
der fire by throwing for a career- 
high 289 yards and four touch- 
downs as the Bills went on to win 
41-38 in overtime. 




Reich led Maryland to victory after trailing 3 1 -Oat the half. 



January 3 f 1993 



November 10, 1984 



Buffalo 41, Houston 38 



Maryland 42, Miami 40 



13:36 Sieve Christie 36 yard field goal 



Houston Oilers 7 21 7 3 

Buffalo Bills 3 28 7 3 

1 -Oilers 9:09 Haywood Jeffires 3 yard pass from Warren Moon (Al Del Greco kick) 
I -Bills 
2-Oilers 
2-Oilers 

2 Oilers 
3-Oilers 
3-Bills 
3-Bills 
3-Bllk 
3-Bills 
4-BiIIj 
4-Oilers 
OT-Bills 



6:01 
11:51 

14:46 
1 41 
6:08 
7:04 



Webster Slaughter 7 yard pass from Moon (Del Greco kick) 
Curtis Duncon 26 yard pass from Moon (Del Greco kick) 
Jeffires 27 yard pass from Moon (Del Greco kick J 
Johnny McDowell 58 yard interception return (Del Greco kick) 
Kenneth Dovis I yard run (Christie kick) 
Don Beebe 38 yard pass from Frank Reich (Christie kick) 
10:39 Andre Reed 26 yard pass from Reich (Christie kick) 
13:00 Reed 18 yard possfrom Reich (Christie kick) 
1 1 .52 Reed 17 yard pass from Reich (Christie kick) 
14 48 Del Greco 26 yard field goal 
3:06 Christie 32 yard li<:ld goat 
Rushing: Oilers- While 19-75, Moon 'I jry I 0, Bills- Dovis 13-68, Thomas 11-26, 

Reich I -minus 1 
Passing: Oilers- Moon 36-50-371 4 TO, 2 II ills- Reich 21-34-289 4 TD, 1 INT 
Receiving: Oilers- Givens 9117, Jeffires 8-98, Sic 8 73, Duncan 8-57 Harris 2 ''4, While I 1 

136, Beebe 4-o4, Metzelaors 3-43, Davis 2 2 2 24, Thomas 2-minus 



-38 

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Hou, 7-0 
Hou, 7-3 
Hou, 14-3 
Hou, 21-3 
Hou, 28-3 
Hou, 35-3 
Hou, 35-10 
Hou, 35-17 
Hou, 35-24 
Hou, 35-31 
Buf, 38-35 
Tie, 38-38 
Buf, 41-38 
Gardner 1-5, 



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Morylond 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 

2-Miomi Smith 11 yard pass from Kosar (Cox kick) Mia, 21-0 

2-Miami Cox 48 yard field goal Mia, 24-0 

2-Miomi 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) Mio, 31-14 

3-Miomi 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 Neal 14 yard run (Atkinson kick) Mio, 34-28 

4 Maryland Hill 68 yard pass from Reich (Atkinson kick) Md, 35-34 

4-Maryland Rick Badonjek 4 yard run (Atkinson kick) Md., 42-34 

4-Miami Eddie Brown 5 yard pass from Kosar (2-pt pass foiled) Md, 42-40 
Rushing: Maryland- Badan|ek 18-40, Blount 9-36, Neal 6-33, Hill I minus 2, Reich 6-minus 14, Wright 1 -minus 14; 

Miami- Brotton 11-63, Highsmith 11-43, Oliver 5-15, Kosar 4-mmus 9, 
Passing: Moryland- 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 3-13, Abdur-Ro'oof 2-22, Bodaniek I 23, Edmunds 118, Miami- 

Smith 12128, Bralton 7-169, Oliver 5 29. Highsmith 3-24, Brown 2-12, Henry 1-1 



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University of Maryland 212 

Colleges and Schools 214 

President CD. Mote Jr 216 

AD. Deborah A. Yow 217 

Athletic Administration 21 

Academic Support & Career Dev 22 

Undergraduate Programs 223 

Medical Staff 224 

Strength & Conditioning 225 

Terrapin Club 226 

Major Gifts and Fund-raising 227 

The M Club 227 

Athletic Department Staff 228 

Athletic Department Coaches 230 

Distinguished Alumni 231 

Byrd Stadium 232 

Gossett Team House 234 

| Terps on Radio 236 

Zovering the Terps 237 

I Media Information 238 

Staying in College Park 238 

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LEADING THE WAY 
INTO THE 21 ST CENTURY 

• A Carnegie Research-I University 

• Member, Assoc, of American Universities (AAU) 

• Flagship of the University System of Maryland 

• NCAA Division I 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. Thirteen years ago, Promises 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 responsibility for the quality of life around them, a continuing eagerness for knowledge and understanding, and a foundation for 
a lifetime of personal enrichment." 

As we learn with and from one another, we try to "develop human values," "celebrate tolerance and fairness," "contribute to the 
social conscience," "monitor and assess private and collective assumptions," and "recognize the glory, tragedy and humor of the human 
condition." Your years at the University of Maryland can provide you with all the tools you need to accomplish these goals. Students here 
are "educated to be able to read with perception and pleasure, write and speak with clarity and verve, handle numbers and computation 
proficiently, reason mathematically, generate clear questions and find probable arguments, reach substantiated conclusions, and accept 
ambiguity." 

And we also hope you enjoy the journey. 



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UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 



The Campus 



The University o( Maryland, College Park is 
ihe most comprehensive institution of higher edu- 
cation, research and service in the state The uni- 
versity offers 100 undergraduate majors, 88 
master's programs and 69 doctoral programs in 
13 colleges and schools. 

The university is one of only 30 public re- 
search universities that are members of the presti- 
gious 58-member Association of American Univer 
silies. It is classified as a Research-I university by 
the Carnegie Foundation by virtue of the range of 
its baccalaureate programs, the amount of federal 
support received and the number of doctoral de- 
grees awarded each year, sharing that honor with 
the top research universities in the country 

Among the public universities in the Asso- 
ciation of American Universities, Maryland ranks 
among the top in percentage of African-American 
undergraduate students. In addition, the university 
has the largest number of African-Americans and 
other minority members among its peers. 



Fla gship Status 



In 1988, the University of Maryland, Col- 
lege Park was designated as the flagship institution 
for the University System of Maryland. As well as 
pursuing a serious research mission and continu- 
ing its high level of service to the state, the univer- 
sity rededicated itself to providing the highest qual- 
ity graduate and undergraduate education. In- 
creased undergraduate opportunities for research 
and individual study; the development of the Col- 
lege Park Scholars Program and the expansion of 
the University Honors Program; the genesis of Hon- 
ors Humanities and Gemstone; the creation of 
CORE, the general education program; and the es- 
tablishment of the Center 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, Engineering and 
Physical Sciences Library, Hornbake Library, Per- 
forming Arts Library, White Memorial (Chemistry] 
Library. 

These libraries constitute the largest univer- 
sity research library institution in the Washington 
metropolitan area, providing vital resources to re- 
searchers, visiting scholars, and businesses through- 
out the region. The libraries' holdings include more 
than 2.5 million volumes, 24,000 subscriptions to 
periodicals and nearly 5 million items available in 
microfilm format. 



Research 



Opportunities for conducting research 
abound at the University of Maryland, College 
Park, and in the surrounding area, both for faculty 
to advance their own expertise and bring their in- 



sights into the classroom, and for students to beqin 
their exploration of their special interests with prac- 
tical experience. On campus, special facilities and 
a number of organized research centers, bureaus, 
and institutes promote the acquisition and analysis 
of new knowledge in the arts, sciences and ap- 
plied fields. 

The university's enviable location - just nine 
miles from downtown Washington, DC, and ap- 
proximately 30 miles from both Baltimore and An- 
napolis - enhances the research of its faculty and 
students by providing access to some of the finest 
libraries and research centers in the country. 

Service 

Programs of public service ore central to the 
overall mission of the university. The philosophy is 
reflected in the wide array of programs and initia- 
tives that benefit the state's business, agriculture and 
education communities. 

With more than 90 high technology firms in 
the three-county area of Montgomery, Prince 
George's and Frederick counties, the university has 
found abundant opportunity to extend its business 
and technology outreach programs to the region. 
Many of these programs are part of the Engineer- 
ing Research Center, which operates the Technol- 
ogy Advancement Program and the Maryland In- 
dustrial Partnerships, programs designed to provide 
Maryland entrepreneurs and small businesses with 
research facilities, technical assistance, administra- 
tive support, and access to technology that will ad- 
vance their economic base. 

The Institute for Systems Research has 
formed partnerships with major corporations, in- 
cluding Lockheed Martin, Westinghouse, BF 
Goodrich, Hughes Aircraft and Dupont to apply 
advanced systems research to solving industry prob- 
lems in the fields of communications, manufactur- 
ing, controls and robotics. 

The University of Maryland features a di- 
versity of cultural and recreational activities. Four 
art galleries, more than 200 annual musical per- 
formances and countless dance and theater pro- 
ductions, expose audiences to the broadest range 
of programs in the arts. Additionally intercollegiate, 
club and intramural sports provide students of d 
levels an opportunity to participate as spectator 
or athletes. 

AWiredWoHd 

Students at the University of Maryland are 
part of an academic community that enjoys free 
access to networked computer resources and 
cilities that are among the best in the country, 
computer accounts enable users to store class 
on a networked server, download classroom sup- 
port materials and other electronic information from 
campus networked resources such as inforM, or 
send electronic mail to faculty, fellow students or 
friends at other universities. 




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MARYLAND'S COLLEGES AND SCHOOLS 



College of Agriculture and Natural Resources 

The College of Agriculture and Natural Resources offers a variety of academic 
programs 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, improving nutri- 
tion 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 designed 
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 faculty members have 
distinguished themselves across the professional spectrum and represent different ap- 
proaches to architectural design. The B.S. degree in architecture will qualify graduates 
to pursue a career in any number of fields, such as construction, real estate develop- 
ment, public administration, or historic preservation, or to continue in graduate work in 
professional fields such as architecture, urban planning, or law. 

College of Arts and Humanities 

The College of Arts and Humanities embraces a heterogeneous group of disci- 
plines, all of which value the development of critical thinking, fluent expression in writ- 
ing and speech, sensitivity to ethical and aesthetic standards, and a complex under- 
standing of history and culture. Preparation provides valuable background for careers 
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 approaches 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 international 
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 

substantially and effec- 
tively to the research 
activities of the Univer- 
sity of Maryland. This 
college is like a techni- 
cal institute within a 
large university. Stu- 
dents majoring in any 
one of the disciplines 
encompassed by the 
college have the oppor- 
tunity to obtain an out- 
standing education in 
their field. 




College of Education 



The College of Education is a professional college committed to advancing the 
science and art of teaching/learning, including the practices and processes that 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, counselors, adminis- 
trators, educational specialists, and other related educational personnel, and to create 
and disseminate the knowledge needed by professionals and policy makers in educa- 
tion and related fields. 

A. James Clark School of Engineering 

The mission of the A. James Clark School of Engineering is to provide quality 
engineering education, with sufficient scope to include both fundamental and special- 
ized engineering 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 
responsibility 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 de- 
gree in the following profes- 
sional areas: physical educa- 
tion (K-12), health education 
(school and community), and 
family studies. The college 
also offers curricula in kinesio- 
logical sciences and safety 

education. In addition, each department offers a wide variety of courses for all univer- 
sity students. 




Philip Merrill College of Journalism 



Located just nine miles from the nation's capital and 30 miles from the bustling 
commercial port of Baltimore, the Philip Merrill 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 much 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. 



College of Information Studies 



The College of Information Studies offers degree programs for individuals inter- 
ested in careers in information services and management. At the master's level, stu- 
dents may specialize in several fields, including archival studies, geographic informa- 
tion systems, health information services, school library media services and science 
and technology information systems. 



College of Life Sciences 



The College of Life Sciences offers educational opportunities for students in sub- 
ject matters relating to living organisms and their interaction with one another and with 
the environment. Programs of study include those involving the most fundamental con- 
cepts 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 im- 
provement 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 empha- 
sized: finance, statistics, economics, politics, and ethics. Students specialize in interna- 
tional security and economic policy, public sector financial management, environmen- 
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MARYLAND: NO BETTER PLACE TO BE 

MORE, BETTER STUDENTS 



In 1991, Maryland had one program listed among Top 
25 entrants in the U.S. News & World Report Rankings. 
Maryland now has 60 programs ranked among the 
nation's elite. 

A report card published in Technology Review rated the 
top U.S. universities in their quest for intellectual prop- 
erty, commercial partners and profits. Johns Hopkins Uni- 
versity and the University of Maryland (28th) were the 
Mid-Atlantic (Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, District of 
Columbia! schools to make the "campus patenting" top 
50 list. 

Block Issues In Higher Education ranked the university 
12th in graduating black males with baccalaureate de- 
grees in all disciplines (Maryland is second among non- 
historically black schools.) Maryland is 23rd in black 
male undergraduate enrollment figures among all 
schools. 

The Wall Street Journal ranked the Robert H. Smith 
School of Business No. 13 among the world's business 
schools. Maryland is the top-ranked school in the Mid- 
Atlantic region (Delaware, Maryland, District of Colum- 
bia, Virginia). The Financial Times of London ranked 
the Robert H. Smith School of Business No. 4 in informa- 
tion technology, No 6 in faculty research and No. 7 in 
entrepreneurship. 

In the only undergraduate program rankings released 
by U.S. News & World Report-business and engineer- 
ing-both the Robert H. Smith School of Business (No. 
21 )and A.James Clark School of Engineering (No. 22) 
were ranked among the top 25. In business, the man- 
agement information systems specialty was No. 7; en- 
trepreneurship No. 12; general management specialty 
No. 21, e-commerce No. 8; human resources specialty 
No. 10. In engineering, the aerospace/aeronautical/ 
ostronautical specialty was No. 11. 

An economic impact study conducted by the economists 
with the Jacob France Center, an applied economics 
analysis center at the University of Baltimore, concluded 
that the University of Maryland generates $5.93 of eco- 
nomic activity for every dollar appropriated by the Gen- 
eral Assembly, for a total statewide effect of nearly $1.8 
billion. 

Maryland appointed William Phillips, a Nobel laure- 
ate, in physics to its faculty during the spring. Phillips 
will establish a world-class atomic, molecular and opti- 
cal physics group on campus. The Philip Merrill Col- 
lege of Journalism now has five Pulitzer Prize winners on 
its faculty. A sixth faculty member, Eugene Roberts, di- 
rected the Philadelphia Inquirer to multiple Pulitzer's as 
managing editor. 



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WANT TO GO TO MARYLAND 



The University of Maryland has boasted its best freshman class ever for each of the last 10 years, and the entering 
freshmen for 2001 are no exception. The academic credentials - high school grades and SAT scores - are again the best 
ever. And more of those accepted by Maryland are now choosing to enroll here. 

The average GPA for freshmen planning to enroll in fall 2001 is 3.72, compared with 3.0 



in 1 990 SAT scores of the middle 50 percent are 1 1 80 
to 1330, up from 980-1150 in 1990. 

What is more remarkable this year is how the 
university's successes in establishing quality programs - 
academic and athletic - and cementing a major role in 
the community, have attracted more of the best students 
than ever Of those who were admitted to Maryland this 
year, nearly 43 percent confirmed their plans to attend, 
compared with less than 40 percent the previous year. 

In its survey of the colleges of choice of lop gradu- 
ates in Maryland high schools last year, the Washington 
Post found that more than half picked the University of 
Maryland No other single school was even close. 



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WHY THERE'S NO BETTER PLACE 



There is no place better to be than the University of 
Maryland. As university President CD. Mote Jr. noted in a 
Baltimore Sun front-page story on March 28, "This place is 
clearly on a tear." 

With top-ranked academic programs (60 in the top 
25, according to U.S. News and World Report), an honors 
program that competes with the Ivy League for top students, 
a prize-winning faculty (topped by a Nobel and five Pulitzers, 
among others), a highly diverse population, and a beautiful 
1 ,580-acre campus located between the cultural and popu- 
lation centers of Washington, DC, and Baltimore, Md., it's 
little wonder that more of Maryland's top high school gradu- 
ates choose the University of Maryland over all other Mary- 
land colleges, public and private, combined. 

In the latest U.S. News and World Report rankings, 
Maryland was 24th nationally among all public universities. 
The colleges of engineering, education, com- 
puter, mathematical and physical sciences, and 
information sciences are all ranked in the top 
25 nationally. So are many of the individual 
programs in those schools and others, includ- 
ing criminology, journalism, public relations, 
counseling and others. The Robert H. Smith 
School of Business has been ranked among the 
top business schools in the world by the Wall 
Street Journal and the Financial Times of Lon- 
don. 

More than 40 percent of all entering 
freshmen at Maryland are now enrolled in 
high-achieving programs like the Honors Pro- 
gram, Honors Humanities, College Park Schol- 
ars, Gemstone and a growing roster of living- 
learning communities where students with com- 
mon interests in such topics as civil society and 
entrepreneurship can live and study together 
With their wide variety of subject areas and 
top faculty from throughout the university, these 
programs compete for students with the best 
public and private universities in the country. 

Supporting the research needs of stu- 
dents and faculty are some of the country's 
best research facilities. In 1994, the lorgest, 



most technically advanced research archives in the world - 
National Archives II - moved to College Park In addition, 
just outside of College Pork are the Library of Congress, the 
Smithsonian Institution and the National Libraries of Agricul- 
ture and Medicine, among others. The university itself has 
the most comprehensive library system in the area. 

High tech, engineering and service industries thrive in 
proximity to the campus, offering a wide spectrum of intern- 
ship and work-study opportunities that only a major metro- 
politan area can provide. 

Whether your focus is the sciences or the humanities, 
a small town atmosphere or a metropolitan feel, the Univer- 
sity of Maryland, College Pork offers a wide range of edu- 
cational and cultural opportunities. There is no better place 
to be than the University of Maryland, College Park. 



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 



Lance Billingsley 
Nathan A. Chapman Jr. 
Thomas B. Finan Jr. 
Dr. Patricia S Florestano 
Louise Mtchaux Gonzales 
Nina Rodale Houghton 
Hon. Steny H, Hoyer 
Leronio A. Josey 
Clifford M. Kendall 



Adm. Charles R. Larson (USN Ret.} 

Bruce L Marcus 

David H. Nevins 

Hon. James C. Rosapepe 

Hon. Joseph D. Tydings 

William T. Wood 

Hagner R. Mister 

Saleem A. Rasheed 



University Administration 



Dr. CD. Mote Jr., President 

Dr. William Desrler, Vice President for Academic Affairs, Provost 

Dr. Charles F Sturtz, Vtce President for Administrative Affairs 

Dr. Linda Clement, Vice President for Student Affairs 

Brodie Remington, Vice President for University Relations 

Don Riley Vice President and Chief Information Officer 



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PRESIDENT CD. MOTE JR. 




When CD. "Dan" Mote Jr. became ihe 19th presi- 
dent of the University of Maryland on Sept. 1, 1998 he 
proclaimed it a university "on the move." Three years later, 
under his guidance, Maryland continues to move - at an 
ever accelerating rate - on the field, in the classroom, in 
the community, and in the world. 

The University of Maryland is the state of Maryland's 
most important asset, says Mote: "The future of the state 
depends on this university." 

Fulfilling that responsibility is a big job, but Mote is 
accustomed to that role. He spent his entire academic ca- 
reer at the University of California at Berkeley, where he 
earned all his degrees, taught engineering and eventually 
became vice chancellor for university relations before com- 
ing to Maryland 

One of Mote's first tasks here was to serve on a 
governor's task force to examine the funding and organi- 
zation of the University System of Maryland. The task force 
recommended, and the General Assembly enacted into law, 
a reaffirmation of the university's flagship status and a com- 
mitment to funding at levels comparable to the best public 
universities in the nation. 

As president, Mote is committed to making that asset 
even greater by creating a culture of excellence and civility 
across the campus, continuing to emphasize the highest 
quality education for students, strengthening the university's 
internal and external connections, and achieving distinc- 
tion as an institution where discovery takes place every day 
and everywhere 

The university's progress in each of these areas can 
be measured by the quality of its programs; the stature of its 
faculty; the talent of its students; its partnerships with busi- 
ness; its impact on the state's economy; its ability to apply 
discoveries to global, national and regional problems; and 
its world-class, state-of-the-art facilities. 

Quality Programs 

Over the past decade, Maryland's programs have been 
improving by leaps and bounds, and when it entered the first 
decade of the 21st century, it had 60 programs ranked in 
Ihe top 25 nationally by U.S. News and World Report. 

While the university's academic successes are across 
the board, it has emerged as a true powerhouse in busi- 
ness, computer science, earth sciences, engineering, edu- 
cation and journalism. The Robert H. Smith School of Busi- 
ness has achieved top 10 rankings from such beacon publi- 
cations as the Financial Times of London and the Wall Street 
Journal. Every department in the College of Education has 
programs ranked in the U.S. News'top 25, and the Coun- 
seling and Personnel Services Program has long been 
ranked tops in the nation. 

Faculty Stature 

With the addition during Mote's third year of a Nobel 
Laureate in Physics and three more Pulitzer Prize winners 
(to join three already on the faculty), Maryland continues 
to attract the best faculty available. Nearly two dozen fac- 
ulty are members of the national academies in their fields, 
the highest professional recognition attainable. 

Experts on the Maryland faculty are regularly sought 
by the news media for their views on a wide variety of is- 
sues, including politics, international affairs, social trends, 
economics, science and technology. 



Talented Students 



Over the past 1 years, it has become a virtual cliche 
to announce that each year's new freshman class is the 
most talented ever. The average GPA of entering students 
improved from 3.00 to 3.72 from 1990 to 2000, while the 
average SAT score rose from 1173 to 1244 in the same 
period. 

Not surprisingly, the number of students enrolling in 
honors and other special programs has also skyrocketed in 
recent years. As many as 40 percent of all new freshmen 
are now enrolled in such programs as Honors, Gemstone, 
College Park Scholars and other living-learning communi- 
ties that bring together students with similar academic inter- 
ests in a residential setting 

Business Partnerships 

In order to fulfill its role as the state's most important 
asset, Mote has emphasized that the university must be 
engaged with the business and government communities in 
substantial and meaningful ways. Under his leadership, 
Maryland has provided its technological expertise to help 
the state improve its business processes through a web por- 
tal and has consulted with hundreds of Maryland businesses 
through its Technology Extension Program. 

In the past year, the university also helped to attract 
Fujitsu Laboratories of America to open a research facility 
in College Park. Fujitsu, the third-largest communications 
company in the world, shares a building with the Joint Glo- 
bal Change Research Institute, a research partnership be- 
tween the university and the Pacific Northwest National 
Laboratory. 

Research with Impact 

Sponsored research funding has more than doubled 
at the University of Maryland since 1990, adding signifi- 
cantly to the university's value as both an economic and an 
intellectual resource. In FY 2001, the university received 
$250 million in research grants, much of it directed at 
projects that will directly improve our social, educational 
and economic well-being. 

Recent highlights of research funding include more than 
$ 1 million from the National Science Foundation to study 
a wide range of issues related to information technology, 
from hardware to sociological impacts of the Internet. NSF 
also funded two major teaching initiatives in the College of 
Education totaling more than $20 million and taking the 
university's expertise directly into Maryland schools to im- 
prove math and science instruction. Mote himself chaired 
an NSF-sponsored task force last year to study the feasibil- 
ity of voting over the Internet. 

World-Class Facilities 

During Mote's second year in office, the university 
began the largest building boom in its history, with more 
than $100 million in new projects breaking ground that 
year. New facilities address every aspect of university life, 
from the arts to recreation to classrooms and laboratories, 
and, in creative partnership with the private sector, new 
residential facilities. 

Highlights of the construction activity on the campus 
include the brand-new Clarice Smith Performing Arts Cen- 
ter; the Comcast Center, scheduled to open in 2002; new 
classrooms for chemistry, computer science, business and 




engineering; extensive renovations to the Adele H Stamp 
Student Union; and new parking structures. 

Mote also has led the development of a new campus 
master plan that aims at making the university a leader by 
example in the adoption of Smart Growth principles, ensur- 
ing that the campus retains its renowned beauty and has 
minimal impact on the surrounding environment. 

Athletic Excellence 

Mote sees athletics as an integral part of the univer- 
sity experience, not just a showcase to impress visitors and 
friends. Indeed athletic success more often than not reflects 
academic success, he notes. For example, all four of the 
teams that played in last season's NCAA basketball Final 
Four, including Maryland, are members of the prestigious 
Association of American Universities, the organization that 
comprises the leading research and academic universities 
in North America. 

"That's no accident," Mote says. "Institutions that are 
committed to excellence tend to be excellent in every en- 
deavor. Our successes in basketball, lacrosse and other 
sports reflects our culture of quality as much as our suc- 
cesses in engineering, business, education and journalism." 

Stale leaders in recent years have recognized the wis- 
dom of Mote's assertion that the university is the state's great- 
est asset, and they have sought to sustain its success through 
significant budget increases. Every year of Mote's presi- 
dency, the General Assembly has increased Ihe university's 
operating budget by about 10 percent. 

The private sector, too, has recognized the importance 
of supporting the university. Early in Mote's third year, 
Maryland easily surpassed its seven-year $350 million fund- 
raising goal - 18 months early. Before the end of the sixth 
year of the Bold Vision 'Bright Future Campaign, the uni- 
versity had raised about $400 million in gifts ranging from 
a few dollars to more than $25 million, to pay for scholar- 
ships, endowed professorships, new facilities and programs. 



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ATHLETICS DIRECTOR DEBORAH A. YOW 



Dr Deborah A. Yow is in the 
eighth year of her outstanding ten- 
ure as director of athletics at the Uni- 
versity of Maryland ... a year in 
which she also successfully con- 
cluded her presidency of the Na- 
tional Association of Collegiate Di- 
rectors of Athletics, an organization 
with a membership of more thon 
6,100 athletic administrators repre- 
senting 1,600 colleges ond universi- 
ties in North America and Mexico 

The comprehensive success of 
Terrapin athletics under Debbie 
Yow's leadership is o clear and com- 
pelling testimony to her values of ex- 
cellence, teamwork and accountabil- 
ity. Likewise, her election to the presi- 
dency of NACDA is an indication of 
the respect with which Dr. Yow is re- 
garded in intercollegiate athletics 
and education in the U.S. and 
Canada. 

Last year, Yow 
was named Female 
Sports Executive of 
the Year by the edi- 
tors of Street & 
Smith's Sports Busi- 
ness Journal. In addi- 
tion, she received the 
Carl Maddox Sport 
Management Award 
by the United States 
Sports Academy for 
excellence in athletics 
administration. 

As a former 
member of the 
NCAA Management 

Council and NCAA Division I Budget Committee, Yow pre- 
sented a strong voice for excellence and integrity at the 
highest levels of intercollegiate athletics. In these national 
roles she has represented the University of Maryland and 
the Atlantic Coast Conference with a bolonced and pro- 
active voice. 

Since taking over at Maryland in 1 994, she and her 
staff have: 

• Transformed Terrapin athletics into a responsive, goal- 
oriented organization. 

• Balanced all seven of the department's annual budgets 

(the first balanced budgets for the Terrapins in 1 years 
prior to her arrival). The budget has now reached $33 
million annually and the sizable prior debts have been 
eradicoted. 

• Greatly enhanced the academic support services pro- 
vided to student-athletes, with an enviable exhausted 
eligibility graduation rate of nearly 90 percent during 
her tenure. 

• Led the Terrapins lo a national all-sports ranking in the 
upper 15 percent of all NCAA Division I institutions. 




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Maryland athletics director Deborah A. Yow was recently awarded the Carl 
Maddox Sport Management Award by the United States Sports Academy. 



• Significantly expanded morket'ng and fund-raising ef- 
forts on behalf of Terrapin athletics. As a result, private 
gifts to athletics have increased 140 percent and cor- 
porate sponsorship revenues have increased by 275 
percent during her tenure at Maryland. 

• Continued to dramatically improve venues and facilities 

for the department's 25 teams. 

• Implemented a strategic management model. 

• Developed a comprehensive Internet strategy with man- 

agement, marketing and fund-raising applications. 

• Significantly improved customer care in every area. 

The Maryland Department of Athletics has made re- 
markable progress under Yow's leadership. Regarding the 
many achievements of Terrapin athletics over the past seven 
years, Dr. Yow says, "We are pleased, but we are not sat- 
isfied ... our vision is to be one of the top 10 programs 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 recently 
singled out by Street & Smith's 
Sports Business Journal as one 
of the leading athletic adminis- 
trators 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 University of 
Florida. She later moved into 
athletic administration at the 
University of Florida and the 
University of North Carolina- 
Greensboro, fol- 
lowed by a highly 
successful tenure as 
A.D. at Soint Louis 
University. 

She has 

authored numerous 
articles ond books 
on athletics, man- 
agement and human 
behavior, and is a re- 
spected leader in in- 
tercollegiate athlet- 
ics in the United 
States. 

Reflecting on 
the status of the Ter- 
rapin football pro- 
gram, Maryland's director of athletics points out, "We are 
on the verge of becoming a very competitive football team. 
Coach Friedgen and his staff are developing our young 
players to a higher level of skill and intensity, while con- 
tinuing their task of recruiting additional, talented high 
school athletes from high schools of the region and be- 
yond. There is considerable work to be done. This football 
staff has drive, experience ond vision for our future. We 
will return to national prominence in football. The founda- 
tion is being put in place now for that to begin." 

Summing up the entire Terrapin athletic program, 
Yow recently observed, "We have the finest student-ath- 
letes, coaches, support staff and administrative team in 
America. It is because of their courage, hard work and 
cooperative spirit that we now have a strong, viable ath- 
letic program. I am immensely proud of each of them. I 
am equally proud of our Terrapin fans who buy tickets 
and our Terrapin Club members who faithfully support the 
Maryland athletic program with their donations for schol- 
arships, 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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ATHLETICS ADMINISTRATION 



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Sr. Associate A.D./Chief of StaH 

Internal Operations 

Rob Mullens, who joined the Terps' staff as assis- 
tant athletics director for busi- 
ness in the summer of 1996, 
is in his third year as senior 
associate athletics director 
for internal operations. He 
was named chief of staff in 
February 2001. 

Mullens' responsibili- 
ties include assisting the ath- 
letics director with the over- 
all administration of the 
department's operations 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 overseeing the business of- 
fice, the ticket office, facilities and operations, and infor- 
mation technology. 

As the chief financial officer, Mullens is directly re- 
sponsible for the department's $32 million annual bud- 
get and the capital debt repayment plan. Mullens also 
works closely with the athletics director on Title IX compli- 
ance and long-range forecasting and planning. 

Mullens graduated cum laude in 1991 from West 
Virginia with a degree in business a