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2002 MARYLAND FOOTBALL 



Sat Aug. 31 Notre Dams 1 (ABC) 

Sat Sept. 7 AKRON 

Sat Sept. 14 FLORIDA STATE* (ESPN) 

Sat Sept. 21 EASTERN MICHIGAN 

Sat Sept. 28 WOFFORD* 

Sat Oct. S at West Virginia 

Thu Oct. 17 GEORGIA TECH 1 (ESPN) 

Sat Oct. 20 at Duke* 

Sat Nov. 2 at North Carolina* 

Sat Nov. 9 NC STATE* 8 

Sat Nov. 18 atClemson* 

Sat Nov. 23 at Virginia* 

Sat Nov. 30 WAKE FOREST* 

1 - Kickoff Classic (East Rutherford, N.J.) 

2 - Family Weekend; 3 - Homecoming/Letterwinners Day 
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THIS IS MARYLAND FOOTBALL 

2002 Schedule 1 

Table of Contents 2-3 

The Maryland Philosophy 4-5 

The University of Maryland 6-7 

Orange Bowl 2002 8-1 1 

Baltimore, Washington, Annapolis 12-13 

n the Media Spotlight 14-15 

Fridge Fever 16-17 

GossettTeam House Expansion 18-19 

TheACC 20-21 

Terps' Quarterback Legacy 22-23 

Terps'NFL Connection 24-25 

Walk-Ons: Making a Difference 26 

COACHING STAFF 

Ralph Friedgen, Head Coach 28-32 

Charlie Taaffe, Offensive Coordinator/QBs 33 

Gary Blackney, Defensive Coordinator/DBs . . .34 

Tom Brattan, Offensive Line 35 

James Franklin, Wide Receivers 36 

Mike Locksley, Running Backs/Recruiting Coor. . . .37 

Ray Rychleski, Special Teams/TEs 38 

Al Seamonson, Outside Linebackers 39 

Rod Sharpless, Inside Linebackers 40 

Dave Sollazzo, Defensive Line 41 

Football Staff 42-44 

2002 SEASON OUTLOOK 

Season Preview 46-50 

Preseason Depth Chart 51 

Rosters 52-55 

Terps By State 56 

Personnel Breakdown 57 

Quick Facts 58 

2002 TERRAPINS 

Returnee Profiles 60-89 

Newcomer Profiles 90-94 

2002 OPPONENTS 

Opponent Information 96-108 

Composite Schedule 109 

Bowl Schedule/Travel Itinerary 110 

THE ACC 

About the Atlantic Coast Conference 112 

2001 ACC in Review 113 

2001 ACC Statistics 114-116 

2001 SEASON REVIEW 

Review Notebook 118-120 

2001 Final Statistics 121-122 

Game by-Game Statistics 123-125 

Superlatives 1 26 

Participation Chart 127 

Game-by-Game Starters 128 

Game Recaps 129-134 




2002 Maryland Football Media Guide Credits 

The 2002 University of Maryland Football Media Guide was published 
by the Maryland athletic media relations office with the intent to serve all 
media and followers of Terrapin football. Additional copies may be 
purchased for $15. Mail orders should include $3 for postage and 
handling. 

The guide was written and edited by Dave Haglund, associate 
athletics director for media relations, and Greg Creese, assistant media 
relations director. Layout and design by Jason Yellin, publications coordi- 
nator and assistant media relations director. 

Research and editorial assistance by Jason Baum, Mark Fratto, Kevin 
Messenger, Stephanie Mociun and Meredith Traber. 

Photography by Dave Christianson, John Consoli, Larry French, Lisa 
Helfert, Michael O'Neill/ABC, Devin Shieh, Bill Vaughan, Jerry Wachter and 
Bill Welch. Cover design by John Schaffhauser. 

The Maryland athletic media relations staff extends its thanks to all 
ACC and opponent sports information offices, the NFL and all members of 
past sports information staffs that have assisted in compiling info 
that is an integral part of this guide. Any corrections or additions to the 
media guide are welcome and should be directed, in writing, to Dave 
Haglund or Greg Creese. 




he University of Maryland is an equal opportunity institution with 
sped to both education and employment. The university does not 
iscriminate on the basis of race, color, origin, sex or handicap in 
amission or access to, or treatment or employment in, its programs 
nd activities as required by federal (Title Vl.Title IX, Section 504) and 
[ate laws and regulations. Inquiries regarding compliance with Title VI 
f the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended, Title IX of the 1972 
ducational Amendment Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 
973, or related legal requirements should be directed to the Office of 
uman Relations, 1 1 30 Shriver Laboratory, East Wing, College Park, 
laryland 20742-432 1 ; telephone — 301 -405-2838. Inquiries 
mceming the application of Section 504 and Part 34 of the CF.R. to 
le University of Maryland. College Park, may be directed to the 
irector, Disabled Student Services, 01 26 Shoemaker Hall, University of 
laryland. College Park, Md. 20742; telephone— 301-314-7682 (voice) 
r 301-314-7683 (TTY). 



ALL TIME HISTORY 

Annual Records/Finishes 136-137 

Coaching History 138 

Year-By-Year Results 139-145 

Ail-Time Series Results 146-148 

All Time Series Records 149 

Terps in the Final Rankings 150 

Ail-Time Lettermen 151-156 

POSTSEASON HISTORY 

Team Capsules 158-165 

All-Time Bowl Results 166-171 

Bowl Game Records 172 

ALL-TIME RECORDS 

Rushing Records 174-177 

Passing Records 178-180 

Total Offense Records 181 

Receiving Records 182-184 

Scoring Records 185-187 

Punt Return Records 188-189 

Kickoff Return Records 190-191 

All-Purpose Records 192 

Punting Records 193 

Defense Records 194-196 

Team Records 197-198 

Attendance Records 198 

Year-By-Year Team Statistics 199-200 

The Last Time 201-202 

ALL-TIME HONORS 

All-Americans 204-205 

Outstanding Award Winners 205 

ACC Honors 206-207 

Hall of Fame Terps 208-209 

Maryland Team Awards 210-211 

Coaches' Awards 212 

TERPS IN THE PROS 

Terps in the NFL (2001) 214 

All-Time NFL Terps/Draft Picks 215-219 

NFL by Position 220-221 

Frank Reich: King of Comebacks 222 

UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

University of Maryland 224-226 

CD. Mote Jr., President 227 

Debbie Yow, Athletics Director 228-229 

Athletics Administration 230-232 

Academic Support and Career Development .233-234 

Sports Medicine 236 

Strength and Conditioning 237 

Terrapin Club/M Club 238-239 

Athletics Staff and Directory 240-242 

Terps on the Radio 243 

Byrd Stadium 244-245 

MEDIA INFORMATION 

General Media Information 246-247 

Covering the Terps 248 




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MARY1AND PHILOSOPHY 



Our goal is to strive to be the best in everything we do. 

In the classroom, our expectation is that each and every student-athlete 

will earn a degree while achieving the highest possible academic 

average. 

On 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 enable 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, 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 common goals. 

We will learn to fight through adversity and to be 
winners in every aspect of our lives. 

|2| We will develop relationships that last a lifetime. 

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here 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 under- 
graduate rankings, University of Maryland's business 
school was rated 16th nationally while the engineering 
school was ranked 26th. In graduate school rankings, the 
A. James Clark School of Engineering, the School of Public Affairs, the 
College of Behavioral and Social Sciences, the College of Computer, 
Mathematical and Physical Sciences, and the College of Education all 
ranked in the top 25, according to U.S. News & World Report. 

High tech, engineering, and service industries thrive in close 
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 opportu- 
nities. 

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



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Gives Terp 
Athletics High 
Marks 

In its first-ever ranking of 
intercollegiate athletic 
programs, U.S. News & 
World Report named the 
University of Maryland's 
athletic program to its Top 
20 Honor Roll last March. 
The Honor Roll was 
compiled based on an 
evaluation of data from all 
321 NCAA Division I insti- 
tutions for the 2000-2001 
academic year. 

The Honor Roll recognizes 
institutions that did well 
across several categories, 
including NCAA 
compliance, commitment 
to gender equity, overall 
win/loss records, total 
number of sports offered, 
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University of Maryland 
returned to the 
bowl scene last 
year, winning the 
ACC's automatic bid 
into the Bowl 
Championship 
Series after 
capturing the 
league title with a 
7-1 mark. TheTerps, 
who were ranked as 
high as sixth in the 
nation, met fifth-ranked 
Florida in the FedEx 
Orange Bowl on Jan. 2, 
2002. 

More than 22,000 
Maryland fans were 
part of the sellout 
crowd at Pro Player 
Stadium for the Terps' 
18th bowl appearance 
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City lights, history, sparkling 
waterfronts, monumental 
landscapes. Jazz, film festivals, 
marches and demonstrations. 
Shopping, professional sports, 
regattas on the Chesapeake 
Bay. Not just one city, but three 
Not just any city, but the 
nation's capital, a major port 
city, and the state capital of 
Maryland. 




WASHINGTON, D.C. 

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

BALTIMORE 

The 12th largest city in the United States is often referred to as the 
"Charm City." Located just 35 miles north of the University of 
Maryland, its rejuvenation as an urban center is unprecedented. The 
Inner Harbor, its National Aquarium and tall ships, and the nearby 
Oriole Park at Camden Yards create an exciting, vibrant holiday atmos- 
phere 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. 

CAMPOS NEIGHBORS 

Arlington National Cemetery 

FDR Memorial 

Federal Bureau of Investigation 

Ford's Theatre 

Frederick Douglass Museum 

Jefferson Memorial 

John F. Kennedy Center for the 

Performing Arts 

Library of Congress 

Lincoln Memorial 

MCI Center 

National Aquarium 

National Archives 

National Gallery of Art 

National Mall 

National Zoo 

Oriole Park at Camden Yards 

Pentagon 

Smithsonian Institution 

Supreme Court of the United States 

U.S.Capitol 

Union Station 

Vietnam Veterans Memorial 

Washington Monument 

Washington National Cathedral 

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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 10 newspapers: the Washington Post and 
the Baltimore Sun. 

^USA Today,the nation's newspaper, is headquar- 
tered less than 20 miles from Byrd Stadium. 

^The Maryland Terrapin radio network, which can 
be accessed up and down the East Coast, boasts one of 
the largest coverage areas in collegiate sports. Johnny 
Holliday, one of the top announcers in college football, 
is in his 24th year as voice of the Terps. 

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

$5§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 2001 season, 
totaling more than 500 hours of live game coverage. 

V^v 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, and will 
;e this season's Florida State and Georgia Tech 
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"Fridge Fever" took 
over the University 
of Maryland football 
program in a big 
way in 2001. 

Under the guidance 
of the eventual 
consensus national 
coach of the year, 
the Terps bolted to a 
7-0 start on their 
way to a 10-2 finish, 
made a dramatic 
climb into the top 10 
of the national 
rankings, and 
sparked the second- 
largest home atten 
dance increase in 
the NCAA ranks a 
year ago. 

It was a storybook 
season, indeed, for 
the Terps and their 
loyal followers. More 
than 52,000 fans - 
the fourth-largest in 
stadium history - 
shoehomed into 
Byrd for an ACC title- 
clinching win over 
Clemson. Six weeks 
later, more than 
22,000 fans made 
their way to Miami 
to cheer on the Terps 
in the FedEx Orange 
Bowl. 







Maryland Alma Mater 

Hail Alma Mater! 
Hail to thee, Maryland! 
Steadfast in loyalty, 
For thee we stand. 

Love for the black and gold, 
Deep in our hearts we hold, 
Singing thy praise forever 
Throughout the land. 

Maryland Victory Song 

Maryland, we're all behind you. 
Wave high the black and gold, 
For there is nothing half so glorious 
As to see our men victorious. 
We've got the team, boys, 
We've got the steam, boys, 
So keep on fighting, don't give in! 
M-A-R-Y-L-A-N-0 
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expansion project, which began 

with the first phase this past 

spring, will improve the 

University of Maryland's football facility to better 

meet the needs of Terp student-athletes and 

recruits through the expansion of four components: 

g§> Expanded academic support and career 
development unit 

^| New recruit meeting room/dining 
facility with kitchen 

^ New team meeting auditorium 

Expanded entrance and lobby 

The expansion and new construction will create 
15,500 additional square feet.The expanded 
academic support lab — the most urgent phase of 
the project — will increase the existing space 
dedicated to support and strengthen the academic 
and career achievement initiatives of football 
student-athletes by more than 4,000 square feet. 

The 3,500 square foot recruit meeting 
room/dining facility will provide a much-needed 
multi-purpose facility for hosting recruits and their 
families. 

A new team meeting auditorium will give the 
entire football team the opportunity to meet 
together in one room, allowing the coaching staff to 
teach using up-to-date technology in an 
environment that has sufficient seating space for 
football players. 

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tity to effectively present offensive and 
: game plans. 

ropriate entrance and lobby for the 
use will help to create feelings of 
:e and success. It will bean 
to recruits and other visitors. 
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New Video Board 
Unveiled in 2002 

New to Byrd Stadium in 2002 will be 
the addition of a state-of-the-art 
video board capable of showing 
game action and replays. The new 
board will be situated at the east end 
of Byrd Stadium, atop the Gossett 
Football Team House. The high 
resolution board will measure 21 feet 
tall by 28 feet wide. 



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The Atlantic Coast Conference, which 
celebrates its 50th anniversary in 
2002-03, has long enjoyed the 
reputation as one of the strongest 
and most competitive intercolle- 
giate 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 an all-time high six 
teams earn bowl bids in 2001. 

^ For the second straight year, the 
ACC set a single-season attendance 
record (2,724,307). 

^The ACC is the nation's winningest 
bowl conference with a mark of 88- 
79-5 (.526). 

&§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 25 consensus All- 
Americans over the past five years. 

@ The ACC had 1 1 players earn All- 
America honors in 2001, including 
three first-team selections, 
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44 first-round NFL 
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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 (1 950-52) — Maryland's splitT quarterback was 
runner-up to Billy Vessels for the Heisman Trophy and was a 
unanimous All-America selection in 1952. Named Sport 
magazine's"Sportsman of the Year," Scarbath wasa unanimous 
All-South selection and the Southern Conference Player of the 
Year. In three seasons, the Terps were 24-4-1 with Scarbath as QB, 
including 1 0-0 in 1 951 . He went on to become Maryland's second 
first-round draft pick, going to Washington in 1953. 

Dick Shiner (1961-63) - An honorable mention All-America 
selection in 1 962, Shiner was a three-year starter for the Terps. He 
was a two-time first team AII-ACC choice who helped lead the 
Terps to a 21-17 win over Penn State in just his seventh game as 
the signal-caller. He was later drafted by the Washington Redskins 
and went on to play 1 1 years in the NFL 

Bob Avellini (1972-74) — In his first start as a sophomore, he 
showed a glimpse of things to come, setting school marks for total 
offense (312 yards) and passing yards (314) while completing 21 
of 31 passes in a game vs. Duke. He still ranks among the most 
accurate passers in school history, completing 58.6 percent of his 
passes for 3,222 yards. A sixth-round draft choice of the Chicago 
Bears in 1975, he went on to have a 10-year NFL career. 

Boomer Esiason (1981-83) — He was a two-time All-American 
who set 17 school records and led the Terps to the ACC champi- 
onship in 1983 and a berth in the Tangerine Bowl. Arguably the 
most prolific left-handed 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 commanded the greatest 
comeback in the college game as well. On Nov. 10, 
1984, Reich replaced Stan Gelbaugh at 
halftime against No. 6 Miami (Fla.) 
down 31 O.Thirty minutes later, 
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Boomer Esiason and Frank Reich before moving 
into the Terps' starting lineup in 1984 when 
Reich went down with a 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 antic- 
ipation of Gelbaugh's return brought the Terps 
a preseason No.1 ranking by Sport magazine. 
The Terps went on to win the ACC title and a 
Cherry Bowl championship in '85. He served a 
pair of NFL clubs, the Buffalo Bills and Seattle 
Seahawks. 

Neil O'Donnell (1987-89) — A two-year starter 
for the Terps, he ended his career in the No. 2 spot 
on most major Maryland passing charts. Drafted by 
the Pittsburgh Steelers in 1 990, 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 continued 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 Milanovich (1993-95) — He left campus as one of the most 
decorated Terrapin QBs ever. In fact, Milanovich still owns or 
shares 31 Maryland passing records, including career standards 
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Beginning with Maryland's first-ever NFL draft pick in 
1 937 and continuing in 2000 with Frank Wycheck's 
lateral in the "Music City Miracle," the Terrapins have 
fashioned an impressive tradition in the National Football 
League. Names like Scarbath, Jones, Nolan, White, Avellini, 
Esiason, Shiner, O'Donnell, Collins, Nehemiah, Lewis, Glover, 
Atkinson and Mike-Mayer have dotted NFL rosters over the 
years. In all, more than 140 Terrapins have gone on to play 
professionally following their Maryland careers. 

DID YOU KNOW? 

Yj$ Maryland has been credited with 179 National Football 
League draft choices since 1937, fourth most among ACC 
schools. 

j£# Nearly 150 former Terps have gone on to NFL careers 
following their playing days in College Park. 

^ 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). 

^ Three Terps were selected in the 2002 draft: center 
Melvin Fowler (Cleveland Browns), defensive tackle Charles 
Hill (Houston Texans) and tight end Matt Murphy (Detroit 
Lions). 

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

■§ Seventeen former Terrapins were on NFL rosters 
during the 2001 season. 

\ Three former Maryland head coaches (Bobby Ross, Lou 
id Clark Shaughnessy) and three former Maryland 
k Modzelewski, Dick Nolan and Ron Waller) have 
: as head coaches in the NFL, while former 
VlikeTice is in his rookie season as head 
Vikings. 

boy Randy White made eight Pro 
his career, among the most in NFL 
' of Super Bowl XII and was later 
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FORMER TERPS ON 
2001 NF1 ROSTERS 

Eric Barton, LB, Oakland 
Delbert Cowsette, DL, Washington 
Renard Cox, DB, Jacksonville 
Cliff Crosby, DB, Indianapolis 
John Feugill, OL, Denver 
Eric Hicks, DE, Kansas City 
Kris Jenkins, DT, Carolina 
LaMont Jordan, RB, New York Jets 
Jermaine Lewis, \NR, Baltimore 
Neil 0'Donnell,QB, Tennessee 
Eric Ogbogu, DE, New York Jets 
Lewis Sanders, DB, Cleveland 
Chad Scott, DB, Pittsburgh 
Ratcliff Thomas, LB, Indianapolis 
John Waerig, TE, Detroit 
Larry Webster, DT, Baltimore 
Frank Wycheck,TE, Tennessee 





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Important 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 playing time. 

Take the case of Chad Scott, for 
instance. After playing two seasons at 
Towsonin1993and 1994, Scott chose 
to walk on at Maryland, uninvited. By 
the close of his first semester on 
campus, Scott was awarded a schol- 
arship and he became a Terrapin co- 
captain for his senior year in 1996. The 
rest, as they say, is history. Scott was a 
first round pick in the 1997 NFL draft 
and, now, is chasing opponents and 
intercepting passes for the Pittsburgh 
Steelers. 

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

Another example is Terp receiver 
Jermaine Arrington who walked on 
and was the Terps' leading wide 
receiver in 1998 and went on to sign 
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San Francisco 49ers. 

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Consensus National Coach of the Year 
Ralph Friedgen collected 12 such horn 
Including the ESPN/Home Depot Coach 
the Year honor at the ESPN College 
Awards Football Show In Orlando. 



In This Section 

Ralph Friedgen 28 

Charlie Taaffe 33 

Gary Blackney 34 

Tom Brattan 35 

James Franklin 36 

Mike Locksley 37 

Ray Rychleski 38 

Al Seamonson 39 

Rod Sharpless 40 

Dave Sollazzo 41 

Tom Deahn 42 

Dwight Gait 42 

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Second Season 



They say you can't go home again, but for the Uni- 
versity of Maryland, no choice made more sense than to 
make sure that Ralph Friedgen did, indeed, return to Col- 
lege Park. 

And what a return it has been. 

Last year, in his first season as a head coach, all 
Friedgen did was lead his alma mater to an outright ACC 
championship.a top 10 national ranking, and a berth in 
the Bowl Championship Series. 

In short/the Fridge" awakened a sleeping giant. 

Oh yes, and after 32 seasons as a highly successful 
assistant, he also was college football's national Coach 
of the Year. 

In what truly was a whirlwind year for Friedgen, 
who took over as the Terrapins'33rd field general in late 
November 2000, the Terps were the story of the season 
in college football in 2001. 

Undeterred by a preseason media poll which 
tabbed the Terps to finish no higher than seventh in the 
nine-team ACC, Friedgen and his troops stampeded 
their way to the national stage with seven consecu- 
tive wins to open the season, including a never- 
say-die comeback victory over 15th-ranked Geor- 
gia Tech on national television which stood as the 
Terps' signature win of the 2001 campaign. The 
Terps wrapped up their first ACC title since 1985 
with late-season victories over Clemson and NC 
State, and were selected to play in the FedEx Or- 
ange Bowl. 

It was truly a landmark season for the Terps, 
who became the first ACC team other than Florida 
State to win an outright league title since the 
Seminoles joined the league in 1992 
Maryland's 10-victory season marked 
the first time a Terrapin team won 
as many games in a single season 



Eddie Robinson and Asso- 
ciated Press coach of the 
yeartrophies. 

Friedgen was 
named the Terps' 33rd 
head coach on Nov. 29, 
2000 after a highly suc- 
cessful 32-year stint as an 
assistant coach, including 
the previous five at Geor- 
gia Tech, where he orches- 
trated one of the most po- 
tent offensive units in the 
land. From 1998-2000, the 
Yellow Jackets averaged 
nearly 37 points and more 
than 444 yards of total of- 
fense per game while 
posting a cumulative 
record of 27-8-1 (.771). 



2001 Consensus 
| National Coach of the Year 

•k Associated Press National Coach of the Year 

♦ Home Depot National Coach of the Year 
I k Football News Coach of the Year 
; * American Football Monthly Coach of the Year 
I k The Sporting News Coach of the Year 

•Eddie Robinson/FWAA National Coach of the Year 
;, +Bobby Dodd National Coach of the Year 

♦Walter Camp National Coach of the Year 
: * Washington D.C. Pigskin Club Nat'l Coach of the Year 
| •CNN/SI National Coach of the Year 
f +CBS Sportsline.com National Coach of the Year 

+ABC Sports.com National Coach of the Year 




The '99 Yellow Jackets, let 

by Heisman runner-up Joe Hamilton, finished No. 1 na- 
tionally in total offense (a school-record 509 yards per 
game) and ranked second nationally in scoring (40.7 
points per game). 

The 55-year-old Friedgen (pronounced FREE-jun) 
owns the rare distinction of coordinating the offense for 
both a collegiate national champion and a Super Bowl 
team. A 1970 graduate of the University of Maryland 
where he earned a degree in physical education, 




Friedgen launched his coaching career as a graduate as- 
sistant before heading off to a number of college coach- 
ing jobs including stints at The Citadel (1973-79), Will- 
iam & Mary (1980) and Murray State (1981). In '82, he 
returned to Maryland as offensive coordinator and offen- 
sive line coach under Bobby Ross, with Friedgen's tenure 
lasting until 1986. During that stretch, theTerps captured 
three consecutive ACC championships (1983-85) and 
played in four bowl games. All told, the Terra- 
pins were 39-1 5-1 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 in- 
tended to re-instill in the current 
group of Terrapins. 

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perience should be fun and 
what is fun to me is win- 
ning, "said Friedgen. "Our 
goals will be to be a Top 
20team,yearinandyear 
out. I am looking forward 
to a lot of success here at 
Maryland." 

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least 10 seasons in the National football League. Esiason 
played professionally from 1984-97,Reichfrom 1985-98 
and Gelbaugh from 1986-95. These players flourished un- 
der Friedgen largely because they strode to meet his ex- 
pectations, 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 lech the first time when we were 
2-9 and 3-8 and then end up winning the national cham 
pionship, or the San Diego Chargers when we went 2-14 
and then end going 1 1 -5 and making the playoffs and 
going to the Super Bowl you have to learn how to 
win and I think I know how to do that. It is going to be 
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 de- 
fensive 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 coordi- 
nator at Maryland in 1982. 

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Full Name Ralph Harry Friedgen 

Pronunciation FREE-jun 

Date of Birth April 4, 1947 

Hometown Harrison, NY. 

Alma Mater Maryland, 70 

Family Wife, Gloria; daughters, Kelley (24), Kristina (15), Katharine (13) 

Playing Experience Guard.two letters at Maryland (1966/68) 

Years in Coaching (College) 33 (28) 

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 Coach 

William & Mary 

1980 Assistant Coach - Offensive Coordinator 

The Citadel 

1977-79 Assistant Coach - Offensive Coordinator 

1973-76 Assistant Coach - Defensive Line 

Maryland 

1969-72 Graduate Assistant 



the 1990 campaign when Tech, unranked in the pre- 
season, captured the national championship with an 1 1 - 
0-1 record. The national 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 coordinator 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 franchise history. During his time with the 
Chargers, Friedgen helped a club that had not made the 
playoffs in a decade 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 San 
Diego Chargers. Friedgen returned to Tech in 1997, where 
he served another successful stint as offensive coordina- 
tor and guarterbacks coach, this time under then-head 
coach George 0'Leary. 

Known for developing balanced offensive attacks 
with multiple looks, Tech was one of only two teams in 
the country in 1 999 to average at least 200 yards rushing 
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 guarterback, set 59 school records, rewriting many 
marks established by the 1990 national championship 
team, which was led by another Friedgen pupil, signal- 
caller Shawn Jones (1989-92). Friedgen was a finalist 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 master's degree from 
the University of Maryland, is the first Maryland alum 
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ball coach. Friedgen originally came to Maryland as a 
quarterback in the mid-'60s and spent most of his career 
as an offensive lineman, lettering in 1966 and 1968 and 
capturing Academic AII-ACC honors in '68. He was a two- 
time winner of the George C. Cook Memorial 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 hasa passion for Mary- 
land," said Maryland athletics director Deborah A.Yow. 
"He understands the ACC, embraces Maryland's philoso- 
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ling vision for returning Maryland to national promi- 
nence." 

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

"I think that 
has to be the main 
focus of our re- 
cruiting," 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, a lot of the coaches are former Maryland players 
and I think it is time the Maryland 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 (N.Y.) 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,24;Kristina, 15, and Katharine, 13. 
Gloria is currently serving as an adjunct professor at the 
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Friedgen, winner of the 1 999 Frank Broyles Award as 
the nation's top assistant coach, with 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 
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QUOTE, UNQUOTE 

"I've been in obscurity for 32 years. Now, no matter where I go, I'm recognized. People 
want autographs, people want pictures." 

- Ralph Friedgen, December 2001 

"Maryland coach Ralph Friedgen may be an offensive whiz, a meticulous organizer 
and a tireless workaholic. But for all those attributes, his mastery of motivation has 
been the most critical factor in transforming a losing team full of self-doubt into a 
confident ACC champion headed to the Orange Bowl." 

- Washington Times, December 2001 

"The main thing about Coach Friedgen is, I don't think he tries to say the right things. 
He just says what he feels in his heart.That's why it means so much. You can see in his 
face he means it. I'll play all my life for a guy like that." 

- Former linebacker Aaron Thompson 

"I'm a competitor and I don't like to lose. I like winning more than anything else in 
life." 

- Friedgen, December 2001 

"I was thinking to myself/32 years and nobody knew me. Now they are stopping me 
at red lights.'" 

- Friedgen, December 2001 

"One of his best moves was hiring two former [head] coaches as his coordinators. 
Charlie Taaffe (The Citadel) runs the offense and Gary Blackney (Bowling Green) 
handles the defense.He reasoned:'! can't wait around to be making rookie head coach- 
ing mistakes at 54.'" 

- The Associated Press, December 2001 

"Ralph Friedgen lifted the Maryland football program to national prominence this 
season. Yesterday, the first-year coach was rewarded with a new [10-year] contract 
that should keep him in College Park until 2012. 'I'm making the commitment,' 
Friedgen said.'l said from Day One if I can get this program back to consistently being 
in the top 20, then I would consider my life's work done. . .I'm here, this is where I 
want to be.'" 

- Washington Times, December 2001 

"Before the year I told the kids if they took it one game at a time, we'd probably be 
going to a bowl and probably be complaining about what bowl we're going to.We're 
not complaining [now]." 

- Friedgen after accepting an Orange Bowl invitation, December 2001 

think we're just scratching the surface here. You don't make a program in 
ling to take time. . . we need to use this as a foundation so we can get 
|,l "| time." 

- Friedgen, November 2001 

'lieve stuff we never thought was possible. He made 

- Linebacker E.J. Henderson, November 2001 

• was told the goal was to win six games, good for 
told them,'l never played for fifth place in my life, 
i to lose.'" 
ktlanta Journal-Constitution, November 2001 

What's most vivid about Friedgen's team is the way it has internalized the personal- 
i of its coach pa e out poised, smart but sassy." 

- Washington Post, November 2001 




"One radio station interviewer asked me the other day/In your wildest dreams, did 
you ever think you could be 8-1?' And I said,"Yes, in my wildest dreams.' I always 
dream wild." 

- Friedgen, November 2001 

"This is a special bunch, maybe one of the best teams ever at the University of Mary- 
land. They have done so much." 

- Friedgen, November 2001 

"[Coach Friedgen] has extraordinary leadership skills. He's smart, he has technical 
knowledge of the game, he has the ability to communicate with players. He is an 
effective recruiter, and he leads well. He stays calm in the midst of the swirl." 

- Debbie Yow, November 2001 

"I spent four years studying Coach Friedgen. I watched his games on satelliteTV when 
ever I could, I read everything about him on the Internet. ..When I met him for the 
first time, he had a whole outline of what he was going to say, how he was going to 
build the program. Halfway through it I said to him/You're the guy I want." 

- Debbie Yow, November 2001 



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Second Season 

Charlie Taaffe is in his second season as offensive coordi- 
nator and quarterbacks coach for the Maryland Terrapins. 

In his first year at College Park, theTerrapins saw unprec 
edented offensive success under his guidance. Running Ralph 
Friedgen's offense, Taaffe was able to steer Maryland to a 
school record 390 points (35.5 per outing). The Terps' 439.7 
yards of total offense per game was tops in the Atlantic Coast 
Conference and Taaffe's expertise in the option helped the 
team to an average of 220.7 yards per game on the ground, 
second-best in the league. From an individual standpoint, 
Shaun Hill flourished at quarterback, becoming the leader of 

Personal 

Date of Birth April 20, 1950 

Hometown Albany, N.Y. 

Alma Mater Siena College,'73 

Pronunciation taff 

Coaching Experience 

Maryland 

2001- Assistant Coach - 

Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks Coach 

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 

1976-80 Assistant Coach - Offensive Backfield, 

Linebackers, Special Teams 

NC State 

1975 Graduate Assistant - Offensive Backs 

Georgia Tech 

1974 Graduate Assistant -Wide Receivers 

Albany (N.Y.) 

1973 Assistant Coach - Offensive Backfield 

Playing Experience 

Siena College 

1970-72 Quarterback 

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1969 _ Quarterback 

Recruiting Areas 

Maryland (Caroline, Cecil, Dorchester, Harford, Kent, Queen 
Anne's, Somerset, Worchester and Wicomico counties), up- 
state New York, Canada 



the offense en route to a second team All ACC selection. 

Before making his way to Maryland, Taaffe spent two 
years with the Montreal Alouettes of the Canadian Football 
League where he served as head coach in 1 999 and 2000. With 
Taaffe at the helm, the Alouettes had a combined 25-14 record 
(back to back 12 6 regular seasons and a 1-2 playoff record) 
and advanced to the 2000 Grey Cup finals. For his efforts in 
1999 and 2000, Taaffe was named CFL Coach of the Year mak- 
ing him only the second Montreal coach to earn such distinc 
tion (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 Foot 
ball Writers Association. All together, Taaffe spent four years in 
Montreal as he served two years as the Alouettes' offensive 
coordinator before taking over as head coach. 

While in Canada, Taaffe's offenses put up some lofty num- 
bers. In 2000, the Alouettes broke the all-time league record for 
points in a regular season as they posted 594. Taaffe helped quar 
terback Anthony Calvillo to a 1 1 2.9 pass efficiency rating in 2000 
after a 108.9 rating led the league. Former Boston College back 
Mike Pringlealso excelled inTaaffe's system as he ran for a league- 
best 1,656 yards in 1999. 

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 years with the Division l-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 more 
than two seasons. Under Taaffe, the 
Bulldogs won a Southern Conference 
championship, finished a regular sea- 
son (1992) ranked No. 1 in the country 
and advanced to the Division l-AA play- 
offs three times. He was the 1992 re- 
cipient of the Eddie Robinson Award 
(which recognizes the top coach in Di- 
vision l-AA), the Southern Conference 
Coach of the Year in 1990 and '88, and 
the Kodak Region II Coach of the Year 
in those same seasons. In addition, his 
teams beat six different Division l-A op- 
ponents (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 
(14th in 1988; 15th in 1990; 20th in 
1991; 1st in 1992). 

His 1992 team was arguably the 
best in The Citadel's history as it finished 
1 1 -2, was the top ranked team at the end 
of the regular season.and ultimately fell 
to the eventual champ (Youngstown 
State) in the quarterfinals. For his efforts 
in '92, Taaffe was named AFCA Division 
l-AA National Coach of the Year. His over- 
all record at The Citadel was 59-54-1, 
with six seasons of .500 or better. 

Taaffe came to The Citadel after a successful stint as an 
offensive assistant at the U.S. Military Academy from 1981-86. 
In the three years Taaffe served as Army's offensive coordina- 
tor, the Cadets had a combined record of 23-13. 

Taaffe's ties to 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 1976-80,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 assistantships with NC State 
(1975, backs) and Georgia Tech (1974, receivers). 

The 1973 season was Taaffe's first as a coach at the colle- 
giate level as he was an offensive backfield coach at Albany 
(N.Y.) State College. The position came right after his gradua- 
tion from Siena College in Siena, N.Y, where he was a quarter- 
back for three years and earned a B.A.in education in 1973. He 
was inducted into Siena's Athletic Hall of Fame in 1990. 

Born April 20, 1950, Taaffe is married to the former Jan 
Anderson, a former athletic trainer at Army. The couple has 
one son, Brian Patrick, who was bom March 17, 1989. 






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Defensive Coodinator/ 
Secondary 
(Connecticut '67) 
Second Season 

Gary Blackney is in his second season as the Terra- 
pins' defensive coordinator and secondary coach. 

In his first season with the Terps, Blackney headed 
up a high-pressure defensive unit that helped propel 
Maryland to its first ACC title since 1985. Under his guid- 
ance, the Terrapin defense led the Atlantic Coast Confer- 
ence in scoring defense (1 9.1 ppg), rushing defense (90.6 
ypg) and sacks (37). In addition, the Terps were second 
nationally in interceptions (24) and tied for seventh in 
turnovers forced with 34. The 24 interceptions were the 
most by a Maryland team in 51 years. 

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 



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Prior to coming to Maryland, Blackney most 
recently served as the head coach at Bowling 
Green State University. He resigned his post fol- 
lowing the final game of the 2000 season after 

1 successful years with the program and an over- 
all 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 1 wins or more. In doing so, he also be- 
came 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 final- 
ist for Football News' National Coach of the 
Year award in 1991 as well as two selec- 
tions 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 career at Bowling Green be- 
gan with a MAC record 19 straight con- 
ference wins and a 22-game unbeaten 
streak in the first two years. But the 
accolades did not end on the playing 
field for Blackney. At the time, he was the only coach 
from the MAC to have his recruiting classes receive 
the American Football Coaches Association Academic 
Achievement Award (70 percent or better gradua- 
tion 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 serv- 
ing as a graduate assistant at his alma mater, Con- 
necticut, in 1968 and '69, he got his first full-time 
position in 1 970 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 serv- 
ing big-time programs (and often alongside some 
big-time coaching names) began. From 1975-77, he 
was a defensive backs coach and ultimately defen- 
sive coordinator (1977) at Wisconsin. After three years 
with the Badgers, he moved to the West Coast and UCLA 
where he worked as a defensive backs 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 Earle Bruce and ended as an 
inside linebackers coach from 1988-90 under John Cooper. 
In between (1985-87), he was the Buckeyes' defensive co- 
ordinator. 




Of all of his positions, however, none had the even- 
tual name power that could match that of his graduate 
assistant 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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Offensive Line 
(Delaware '72) 
Second Season 

Tom Brattan is in his second season as the Terps' offen- 
sive line coach He boasts 30 years of coaching experience, 
including 20 at the collegiate level. 

In his first year with theTerrapins, Brattan's offensive line 
jnit enjoyed tremendous success. It was a group that helped 
ead the Terps to a school-record 390 points (an average of 
35.5 per game), allowed just 18 sacks (third-best in the ACC) 
ind paved the way for a Ooak Walker finalist season out of 
:ailback Bruce Perry (1,242 yards). From an individual stand- 
joint, two of his linemen (Melvin Fowler and Todd Wike) 
;arned first team All ACC recognition with Fowler also being 
tamed a finalist for the Rimington Award (given to the nation's 
:op center) and ultimately being drafted in the third round of 

Personal 

Date of Birth October 14, 1950 

Hometown Newark, Del. 

Alma Mater Delaware,'72 

Pronunciation rhymes with latin 

Coaching Experience 

Maryland 

2001- Assistant Coach - Offensive Line 

Stanford 

1999-2000 Assistant Coach - Offensive Line 

Northwestern 

1997-98 Assistant Head Coach 

1992-98 Assistant Coach - 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 

1971 Center 

Recruiting Areas 

Southeast Virginia, Central Virginia, Atlanta, Ga. 

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earned mention as a Freshman All American by Jhe Sporting 
News. 

Prior to coming to Maryland, Brattan spent two years at 
Stanford University where he served as the Cardinal's offen- 
sive line coach in charge of centers and guards. Of the two years 
Brattan spent with the Cardinal, 1999 was the team's bright 
est. 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 1999 Stanford offense scored at least 31 points in all 
but three games and hit the 50-point plateau three times. It 
averaged 37.2 points and 467.1 yards per game, and Brattan's 
offensive line allowed a paltry 15 sacks despite 385 passing 
attempts (an average of one sack for every 27 attempts). 

In 1 983, 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 coordinator and served 
the remainder of his tenure (1 984-91 ) 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 I AA playoffs three times. From 1986 to 
1990, William & Mary earned national rankings in three sea- 
sons (No. 9 in 1986; No. 1 3 in 1 989; No. 7 in 1 990). 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 had the 
top-rated attack in Division I 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 1 992-98 as offensive line 
coach. In Brattan's first three years at the school, the Wildcats 
continued their struggle to regain their winning ways, push- 
ing their streak of seasons without a winning mark to 23. Then 
in 1 995, the Wildcats were in the 
national spotlight as they came 
seemingly out of nowhere to win 
the Big Ten championship for the 
first time in 47 years and advance 
to the Rose Bowl where they ulti- 
mately fell to Southern California. 
They finished that season — de- 
spite the Rose Bowl loss — 
ranked seventh in the nation with 
a 10-2 record. Brattan's offensive 
line played a huge role in the 
team's success as it allowed just 
eight sacks all year while helping 
propel Darnell Autry to a new 
school rushing record. As a team, 
Northwestern finished fifth na- 
tionally that season in rushing. 

The Wildcats went on to 
post a combined 15-1 conference 
record in 1995 and 1996, taking 
the Big Ten crown both years af- 
ter having won just five league 
games in the three previous years. 
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 offensive line coach. After three years (1973- 
75) at Highland Springs, he moved back 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 1 978, 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 1972 graduate of 
his hometown University of Delaware where he earned his 
bachelor's degree in history and later earned his master's de- 
gree in education in 1977. He was a member of the Blue Hen 
football team and earned a varsity letter in 1971. He and his T,y£: 
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Wide Receivers 
(East Stroudsburg '95) 
Third Season 

James Franklin is in his third year as wide receivers 
coach at Maryland. He joined the 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 Wash- 
ington State, James Madison, East Stroudsburg and 
Kutztown. He also has coached for the Roskilde Kings in 
the European League, serving as offensive coordinator 
in 1996. 

In 1999, he oversaw an Idaho State receiver corps 
that amassed 29 touchdowns, 258 receptions and more 
than 3,300 receiving yards.f he Bengals, who posted one 
of their best offensive seasons in school history, finished 
ninth nationally in total offense, averaging better than 
30 points per game. 

Franklin, 29, joined the Idaho State staff prior to 
the 1999 season after serving one year as an assistant 



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Personal 

Date of Birth February 2, 1972 

Hometown Langhorne,Pa. 

Alma Mater East Stroudsburg, '95 

Coaching Experience 

Maryland 

2000- Assistant Coach - Wide Receivers 

Idaho State 

1999 Assistant Coach - Wide Receivers 

Washington State 

1998 Assistant Coach - Tight Ends 

James Madison 

1997 Assistant Coach -Wide Receivers 

) East Stroudsburg 

1996 Graduate Assistant - Secondary 

Kutztown 

1995 Assistant Coach - Wide Receivers 

Playing Experience 

East Stroudsburg 

1991-94 Quarterback 

Recruiting Areas 

Maryland [A me Arundel, Howard and Montgomery 
counties), Si I Florida, Eastern Pennsylvania 



coach at Washington State University where he worked 
primarily with the tight ends. At Washington State, he 
also assisted in the "Cougar Give Back Program, "where 
he worked with local schools and hospitals on player 
appearances. 

Prior to his position at Washington State, he spent 
the 1997 season as the wide receivers coach at James 
Madison University. In the summer of 1 998, he worked 
alongside Joel Collier and Kippy Brown of the Miami 
Dolphins as an assistant running backs coach in the 
National Football League's minority internship pro- 
gram. 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 Jersey, Georgia and California. 
He is currently responsible for recruiting in Penn- • 
sylvania, Florida and Maryland. 

Franklin was a two-time Pennsylvania State 
Athletic Conference selection as a guarterback at East 
Stroudsburg, earning team MVP honors as a senior 
when he set seven school records.including single-sea- 
son marks for total offense (3,128), passing yards 
(2,586) and TD passes (19). He was honored by Sports 
Illustrated as a national player of the week in October 
1994. 

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

Franklin earned his master's degree in 1999 from 
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Recruiting Coordinator 
(Towson '92) 
Sixth Season 

Mike Locksley is in his sixth season as a running backs 
coach at the University of Maryland and his sixth as the 
team's recruiting coordinator. 

In 2001, Locksley s running back corps continued its 
strong play since his arrival as the Terrapins entered the 
season without a definitive starter and ended it with 
sophomore Bruce Perry rushing for an ACC-best 1,242 
yards, earning nods as a Doak Walker finalist, a second- 
team All-American and ACC Offensive Player of the Year. 
As a unit, the Terrapins rushed for an average of 220. 7 yards 
per game (1 V-best in Division I- A) while Perry and Marc 
Riley became just the fifth duo in ACC history to each rush 
for lOTDs in the same season. In addition, the group of 
Terrapin fullbacks proved to be among the deepest and 
most talented in the country. 

The 1 999 season was one of the best for theTerrapin 
backfield as the Terps completed a dramatic turnaround 



< Personal 

Date of Birth December 25, 1969 

Hometown Washington, DC. 

Alma Mater Towson,'92 

Coaching Experience 

Maryland 

1997- Assistant Coach - 

Running Backs/Recruiting Coordinator 

Army 

1996 Assistant Coach - Receivers/Tight Ends 

Pacific 

1995 Assistant Coach - Linebackers 

U.S. Naval Academy Prep School 

1994 Assistant Coach - 

Defensive Coordinator/Defensive Line 

1993 Assistant Coach - Defensive Backs 

Towson 

1992 Assistant Coach - 

Defensive Backs/Special Teams 

Playing Experience 

Towson 

1988-91 Defensive Back 

Recruiting Areas 

Maryland (Prince George's, Calvert, St. Mary's and 
Charles counties), Washington, D.C., Texas, Central 
^Florida 




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 second team 

All American LaMont Jordan, who finished fifth nation 

ally in rushing yards per game, Maryland ranked 

1 2th 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 

output 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. 

In addition to the accomplishments of the 
student athletes that he oversees, Locksley has ex- 
celled in recent years at improving the caliber of player 
who chooses to go to school in College Park. The Terps' 
latest class was ranked among the best in the ACC 
and top 30 nationally by several recruiting services. 

Born Christmas Day, 1969, in Washington, D.C., 
Locksley is a 1992 graduate of Towson University 
(business administration), where he was a three-year 
starter in theTigers'backfield from 1988-91 .Locksley, 
who started one year at cornerback and two at safety, 
was named his team's defensive MVP as a senior. He 
finished 19th on the school's all-time tackles list. 
Locksley also was a member of Towson's basketball 
team during the 1991-92 season. 

Locksley began hiscoaching career overseeing 
special teams and defensive backs at his alma mater 
in 1992. He moved on to the United States Naval 
Academy Prep School (NAPS) in Newport, R.I., 
where he served as defensive coordinator, defen- 
sive line coach and head track & field coach. 

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

Locksley, 32, and 
his wife, Kia, have three 
sons:Mike Jr., Meiko and 
Kai.and a daughter, Kori. 






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Special Teams Coordinator/ 
Tight Ends 
(Millersville '79) 
Second Season 

Ray Rychleski is in his second yearas Maryland's spe- 
cial teams coordinator and tight ends coach. He is in his 
23rd year of coaching overall, and his 21 s ' as a mentor at 
the collegiate level. 

In his first year with theTerps, Rychleski's units were 
among the best in the ACC. Tight ends Jeff Dugan and Matt 
Murphy provided a strong blocking and pass catching tan- 
dem for the Terps, who had one of the most balanced of- 
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Date of Birth September 27, 1957 | 

Hometown Old Forge, Pa. 

Alma Mater Millersville (Pa.),79 

Pronunciation rich-LESS-key I 



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 

1993-95 Defensive Line 

East Stroudsburg 

1992 Assistant Coach - 

Special Teams Coordinator/Defensive Backs 

Toronto Argonauts 

Summer, 1992 .. Volunteer Assistant Coach - Defense 

Penn State 

1991 Graduate Assistant - Offensive Line 

Northeastern 

1989-90 Assistant Coach - 

Defensive Coordinator/Inside Linebackers 

Temple 

1981-88 GA/Assistant Coach - 

Outside Linebackers and Rovers 

Neshaminy (Pa.) High School 

1980 Head Coach - Freshman Team 

Manheim (Pa.) Township High School 

1979 Assistant Coach - 

Quarterbacks/Defensive Backs 

Recruiting Areas 

Western Pennsylvania, V ,t Virginia, North Carolina 



into one of the nation's best blocking tight ends while 
Murphy came on as a receiver, parlaying his success into 
being selected by the Detroit Lions in the 2002 NFL Draft. 
Highlights from Rychleski's special teams units included 
the fourth-best net punting average in the nation and All— 
ACC recognition for punter Brooks Barnard (first team) and 
Nick Novak (honorable mention). 

Prior to coming to College Park, Rychleski served for 
eight years at Wake Forest University where his tenure 
could best be described as diverse. For the 1 999 and 2000 
seasons, 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 coordinator (1 996- 
98), he worked with WFU's outside linebackers. Dur- 
ing his first three seasons at Wake (1993-95), Rychleski 
coached the defensive line. 

Rychleski began his coaching career on the prep 
level in Pennsylvania in 1979 before heading to Temple 
University where he took a position as a graduate assis- 
tant. After a short time as the Owl's graduate assistant, he 
was promoted into his first full-time collegiate coaching 
post. He spent eight years at Temple (1981-88) before 
heading to Northeastern (1989-90) as a defensive coordi- 
nator/inside linebackers coach. After two years at North- 
eastern, Rychleski spent a year at Penn State (1991, gradu- 
ate assistant) and one summer with theToronto Argonauts 
( 1 992, defense) as a volunteer assistant. 

In 1 992, Rychleski was hired as a special teams coor- 
dinator and defensive backs coach at East Stroudsburg Uni- 
versity where he helped the Warriors to their best record 
in 13 years. After his 
brief stint in 
Stroudsburg, he left iC 
for Wake Forest in 
1993. 

A native of Old 
Forge, Pa., Rychleski 
earned his degree in 
social studies from 
Millersville (Pa.) Uni- 
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Special Teams Assistant 
(Wisconsin '82) 
Second Season 

Al Seamonson is in his second season as outside line- 
backers coach for the Terrapins. He also assists Ray Rychleski 
with the special teams. 

In 2001, Seamonson's linebackers were part of a 
Maryland defense that was among the best units in the 
ACC and the nation. His players helped the Terps display a 
high-pressure style that produced the nation's fourth best 
turnover margin ( + 1.45 average) and the ACC's lowest 
scoring defense (19.1 points per game). 

Seamonson boasts 20 years of collegiate coaching ex- 
perience. Prior to coming to Maryland, he spent the 2000 
season at Bowling Green State University — where he 
worked under current Terp defensive coordinator Gary 
Blackney — as the Falcons'special teams coordinator and 
linebackers coach. 

In his lone year at Bowling Green, Seamonson helped 
the Falcons produce a defensive unit that ranked fourth in 

; Personal 

_ Date of Birth September 7, 1959 

Hometown Stoughton, Wise. 

I Alma Mater Wisconsin/82 

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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 . Part-Time Assistant Coach - Wide Receivers 

Playing Experience 

Wisconsin 

1978-81 Wide Receiver 

Recruiting Areas 

.Virginia, Detroit (Mich.), South Carolina, North Florida j 



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 and Florida. 

Seamonson's coaching tenure prior to 
BGSLJ was weighted heavily in mili- 
tary 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 
coordinatorand linebackers 
coach. At The Citadel, 
Seamonson coached under 
current Terp offensive coor- 
dinator Charlie Taaffe and 
worked alongside defensive 
line coach Dave Sollazzo. He 
helped coach five linebackers 
to All-Southern Conference 
honors and one (J.J. Davis) to an 
appearance in the Senior Bowl. 
The highlight of his tenure was in 
1992 when the Bulldogs led Divi- 
sion l-AA in scoring defense, yield- 
ing just 1 3.0 points per contest en 
route to a Southern Conference 
championship and advancing to 
the l-AA playoffs for the third time 
in five years. 

The Citadel was not 
Seamonson's first taste of the mi 
tary life, however, as he was a line 
backers coach at the U.S. Military 
Academy (Army) in West Point, N.Y., 
for the 1 985 and '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 1 982, he served as a volunteer coach 
for Wisconsin's wide receivers. 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 a 
wide 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, 
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Inside Linebackers 
(Maryland '75) 
Eighth Season 

Rod Sharpless is in his eighth season overall at Mary- 
land and his second year in his current stint as the Terra- 
pins' inside linebackers coach. Sharpless is a graduate of 
the University of Maryland and has coached twice previ- 
ously in College Park. 

Sharpless' main area of concentration with the Terps 
is with middle and strongside linebackers. Under his guid- 
ance, middle linebacker E.J.Henderson flourished in 2001, 
becoming one of the top defensive players in the nation. 
Last year, Henderson became Maryland's first consensus 
All-American since 1 979, was named a finalist for the Dick 
Butkus Award, and earned recognition as the ACC Player 

Personal 

Date of Birth November 6, 1949 | 

Hometown Jacksonville, N.C. 

Alma Mater Maryland,75 

Coaching Experience 

Maryland 

2001- Assistant Coach - Inside Linebackers 

Rutgers 

2000 Associate Head Coach - Defensive Line 

1996-99 Associate Head Coach - Def. Coordinator 

1996-97 Def. Coordinator /Inside 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 (N.J.) High School 

1975-77 Football Coach/Track and Field Coach 

Playing Experience 



Maryland 

1972-74 



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Baltimore County (fv land), Southern New Jersey, 
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and Defensive Player of the Year. 

Prior to coming to Maryland, Sharpless was a mem- 
ber of the Rutgers football staff where he served as asso- 
ciate head coach from 1996-2000. 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 line- 
backers coach for three years (1993-95). Under his guid- 
ance, the Hokie defensive unit was one of the best in the 
country in 1 995. That season, theTech defense ranked first 
nationally against the 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, winning the 
1996 Sugar Bowl and the 1993 Independence Bowl. 
In his career as a coach and a player, Sharpless has 
participated in 1 2 bowl games. 

Prior to his successful tenure at Virginia 
Tech, Sharpless coached at Cornell (1992), 
Maryland ( 1990-91 ; 1 977-80), Kentucky 
(1982-89) and Richmond (1981). Like 
Friedgen, his time with the Terrapins has 
been marked by success as Maryland 
has gone to five bowls in his seven years 
as a coach, including the Terps' most re 
cent trip to the Orange Bowl. 

Sharpless'success at Maryland is not lim- 
ited to his time spent in College Park as a coach, 
however. As a player, Sharpless was a starting line- 
backer on the 1 974 ACC championship team that wen 
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 of 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 med- 
alist Carl Lewis while serving as a 
track coach at Willingboro. 

A native of Jacksonville, N.C, 
Sharpless earned his bachelor's de- 
gree in health and physical education 
from Maryland in 1975 and went on 
to earn his master's from Bowie (Md.) 
State in education in 1 98 1 . 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 DiColowho.as it turns out, has 
quite a history in College Park herself. 
A former assistant coach for the Ter- 
rapin women's lacrosse team - in- 
cluding the 1981 national champs 
and 1991 national runners-up — 
and the Maryland field hockey team, 
Linda also earned her master's from 
the university. The couple has anil 
year-old daughter.Victoria. 






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(The Citadel '77) 
Second Season 

Dave Sollazzo is in his second season in his current 
stint as defensive line coach at the University of Maryland. 
It is his fifth season overall at the university. Sollazzo was 
a defensive line coach for theTerps in 1986 and'87 as well 
as a graduate assistant in 1984. 

In his first season back with theTerps, Sollazzo made 
I quite an impact on his defensive line unit. He took a group 
| that entered the 2001 season as a concern for the Terps, 
and turned it into a rock-solid group that helped anchor 
one of the top defenses in the ACC. Under his tutelage, 
nose tackle Charles Hill became an honorable mention All- 
ACC pick and, ultimately, a third-round draft choice of the 
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Date of Birth December 24, 1955 

Hometown Harrison, NY. 

Alma Mater The Citadel/77 

Pronunciation so-LAH-zo 

Coaching Experience 

Maryland 

2001- Assistant Coach - Defensive Line 

Georgia Tech 

1999-2000 Assistant Coach - Defensive Tackles 

The Citadel 

1989-98 Assistant Coach - Defensive Line 

Guilford (N.C.) College 

1988 Assistant Coach - Defensive Line 

Maryland 

1986-87 Assistant Coach - Defensive Line 

Stratford (S.C.) High School 

1985 Assistant Coach - Defensive Coordinator 

Maryland 

1984 Graduate Assistant 

North Charleston (S.C.) High School 

1983 Assistant Coach -Defensive Coordinator 

Fort Johnson (S.C.) High School 

1978-82 Assistant Coach - Defensive Coordinator 

Playing Experience 

The Citadel 

1973-76 Defensive line 

Recruiting Areas 

Northern New Jersey, Eastern New York, Connecticut 



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Georgia Tech in 1999 and 
2000 as a defensive tackles 
coach. In his two years in 
Atlanta, Tech participated in 
a pair of bowl games 
— the Gator Bowl in 1999 
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 con- 
secutive 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-conference honors 
while with the Bulldogs. The highlight of his coaching ca- 
reer in Charleston, however, may have been his involve- 
ment in helping The Citadel in 1992 to the Southern Con- 
ference championship and a No. 1 ranking at the end of 
the regular season. That '92 squad led the nation in scor- 
ing defense at 13 points per game and finished sixth in 
pass efficiency defense. In 1997, he was a part of an im- 
pressive defensive effort in 
which the Bulldogs finished 
their season by not allowing 
a touchdown in theirfinal 1 3 
quarters. 

Along with his ties to 
Maryland and The Citadel, 
Sollazzo has an extensive his- 
tory in prep coaching. With 
the exception of the Mary- 
land 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, N.Y., on December 
24, 1955, and earned his de- 
gree from The Citadel in 
1977. He is married to the 
former Ellen Beloin of 
Farmington.Conn. 



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Dir. of Football Operations 

(Heidelberg '87) 

Fourth Season 
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Tom Deahn is in his fourth year on the Maryland 
football staff and his third as director of football opera- 
tions. He served as assistant recruiting coordinator dur- 
ing the 1 999 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 coordi- 
nator, offensive coordinator and guarterbacks/wide re- 
ceivers coach. He also served as travel coordinator and 
eguipment manager for a 19-sport program. While at 



St. Norbert, he coached two offensive 
linemen to All-America honors and 1 5 
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 rank- 
ing among national statistical leaders. 

Prior to his arrival at St. Norbert, 
he spent three years at Catholic Uni- 
versity in Washington, D.C., where his 
responsibilities included serving as re- 
cruiting coordinator and strength co- 
ordinator during his stay. Catholic's 
defense ranked second in the coun- 
try 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. 




DWIGHT GALT 



Dir. of Strength & Conditioning 
((Vlan/I a nil '81) 
Ninth Season 

Dwight Gait, a member of the Terps' strength staff 
since 1989, is in his ninth year as Maryland's director of 
strength and conditioning. His responsibilities include 
managing the department's three training facilities and 
coordinating strength and conditioning programs for 
the Terps' 25 varsity sports, with special emphasis on 
football. 

Gait, who earned his bachelor's degree in business 
management (1981) and his master's degree in exer- 
cise physiology (1989) from the University of Maryland, 
is a member of the National Strength and Conditioning 
Association, the United States Powerlifting Federation 
and the Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coaches 
Association. 



Gait began his strength 
career as a volunteer in 1984 
and assisted with the training 
of the 1984 and 1985 ACC 
champion football teams. In 
'89, he earned full-time status 
at the university and for three 
years worked with all of 
Maryland's intercollegiate 
sports programs. In 1992, Gait 
became the assistant strength 
coach for football and he is now 
in his 1 1"' year of providing 
complete athletic development 
training to Terp football team 
members. 

Gait, 45, and his wife Jan 
are natives of Hyattsville, Md., 
and have four children: Angie, 
Teri, Dwight IV and Tommy. 









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I Asst. Recruiting Coordinator 
(Johns Hopkins '97) 
Second Season 

John Donovan is in his second season with the Terra- 
pins as assistant recruiting coordinator. 

Donovan is a familiar face to coaches Ralph Friedgen 
and Dave Sollazzo as he served as a graduate assistant for 
the Georgia Tech offense from 1 998-2000. While with the 
Yellow Jackets, one of his responsibilities was helping 
Friedgen with game plan and practice preparation. 

Prior to his tenure in Atlanta, Donovan worked as an 
assistant secondary coach at Villanova, helping the Wild- 
cats 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. He went on to 
earn his master's degree in economics while working at 
Georgia Tech. 




Graduate Assistant 
(mount Union '97) 
Second Season 

Brian Flinn is in his second season as a graduate as- 
sistant with the Terps. Flinn works with the Terrapin of- 
fense in breaking down opponent film, working with the 
scout team and assisting with the offensive line. 

Flinn came to College Park from Villanova University 
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 
assistantship was at Drake University where he worked 
with the wide receivers. 

Flinn began his coaching career at his alma mater, 
Mount Union College, in 1998. That season he worked with 
wide receivers before moving on as an assistant with out- 
side linebackers in '99. 

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. 



Graduate Assistant 
(Catholic '99) 
Second Season 

Greg Sesny is in his second season at Maryland as a 
graduate assistant, working with the Terrapins' defense. 
Among his duties are breaking down opponent film, work- 
ing 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, D.C. He started at 
Catholic in 1995 and ultimately became a three-year 
starter at tight end/H-back for the Crusaders. In his three 
years as a starter.CUA went 27-4 and qualified for the NCAA 
playoffs twice. 

After graduating with a degree in electrical engineer- 
ing 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 assistant basketball coach for 
the Cardinals while teaching math, science and computer 
science at Bishop McNamara High School in Forestville.Md. 




Video Coordinator 
(Tennessee '97) 
Second Season 

Mitch Wilkens is in his second season working with 
the University of Maryland football program as video co- 
ordinator. 

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 came to Maryland by way of the University 
of Pittsburgh where he served the Panthers as a video co- 
ordinator during the 2000 season. Prior to his stint in Pitts- 
burgh, Wilkens spent time as the video coordinator at 
UMass and Louisiana Tech. He got his start as an assistant 
at his alma mater, the University of Tennessee, in 1997. 

Wilkens is married to the former Nicole Radu of Pitts- 
burgh. 



Tom Deahn on the sidelines at the Orange Bowl. 



Head Equipment Manager 
(Maryland '85) 
1 5th Season 

Ron Ohringer is in his 1 5th year as the Terrapins' head 
eguipment manager. Ohringer oversees the ordering, inven- 
tory, maintenance and distribution of all athletic equipment 
for the university's 25 intercollegiate sports programs. While 
managing the overall equipment operation for the entire 
department, Ohringer primarily serves as the football equip- 
ment 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 asa manager 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 Redskins and 
Philadelphia Eagles of the National Football League. He also 
worked with the Washington Commandos of the Arena Foot- 
ball League and the minor league Alexandria 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 (5) and Derek James (1). 







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KARYL HENRY 

Administrative 
Assistant to the 
Head Coach 



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Administrative 
Assistant (Offense) 



PAULA RROGUO 

Administrative 
Assistant (Defense) 






CRAIG 

FITZGERALD 

Assistant Strength 
& Conditioning 
Coach 

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RARRY KAGAN 

Assistant Strength 
& Conditioning 
Coach 



CORUSS WHITE 

Assistant Strength 
& Conditioning 
Coach 




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2002 SEASON PREVIEW 



Times have changed in College Park and they 
have done so quickly. 

It had to be the hope when Ralph Friedgen was hired more 
than a year ago that the Terrapin football team would turn the 
corner from a program on the verge of success to one that could 
be considered a success. That hope, however, was pushed aside 
quickly as the 2001 Terps made their way through the regular 
season with just one loss and ultimately found themselves in a 
Bowl Championship Series game. 

Where the Maryland program finds itself now is in a whole 
different place. Attention has intensified from the public, the 
media and the rest of the conference.and the Terrapins are sure 
to find themselves with different expectations than in years 
past. 

With all that said, the Terps return 1 5 starters (eight of- 
fense, five defense, two specialists) from last year's ACC cham- 
pionship team. They enter the season with a year in Friedgen's 
system under their belts, the knowledge of his expectations, 
and the experience of what it takes to succeed. Moreover, they 
enter the season with the ACC's offensive (Bruce Perry), defen- 
sive (E.J. Henderson) and overall (Henderson) players of the year 
on the roster, and a chance for the first time in 16 years tore- 
peat as conference champion. 

The focus early in '02 will be in finding a new face to run 
the offensive system at quarterback. In addition, the team will 
need to find a new starter at center where a player who started 
every game the last four years has graduated and left for the 
NFL. It will need to find a starter at the nose tackle spot which 
was vacated by the defensive line's top performer of a year ago; 
two starters and several key backups at linebacker.and, finally, 
both safety spots. 

The spring sought to have answered all of those ques- 
tions, and the Terrapins enter the season seemingly in good 
hands. Injuries could play a role early - as they already have at 
the quarterback position - but should the Terps remain healthy 
as they did a year ago, they will again likely be a team to con- 
tend with on the conference and national levels. 

The following is a position-by-position look at where the 
2002 version of the Maryland Terrapins are at the start of Ralph 
Friedgen's second season as head coach in College Park. 



OFFENSE 

The offense returns eight starters and many other key 
contributors from a unit which came on as one of the most bal- 
anced attacks in college football. Last year, Maryland averaged 
35.5 points per game while posting an average of 439.7 yards 
of offense per game. The 390 points the Terps scored were the 
most ever by a Maryland team. 

Several important players from last year's group have 
graduated, but one stands out as the key that needs replacing 
- quarterback Shaun Hill. Ralph Friedgen said many times a 
year ago that he would like to have Hill for three more years. 
Unfortunately, Hill was a senior. But what is lost in Hill's experi- 
ence and moxie, this year's group of quarterbacks may be able 
to make up in athleticism and arm strength. The injury to Chris 
Kelley in this year's spring game is a chink in the offense's ar- 
mor, but it did not leave it empty handed. 

In the end, it is still an offense that returns the ACC Offen- 
sive Player of the Year, a deep corp of fullbacks, four starters on 
the offensive line, talented receivers who are more settled in 
the system than a year ago and a strong group of tight ends. 

"If things work out with our quarterback situation, we 
have a chance to have a good offense, "said Friedgen. "As an 
^ offensive unit, we are bmier because the understanding is im- 
proved from last year. I like some of the things I see; we just 



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have to get a quarterback where we need him. We aren't in 
bad shape at quarterback. We are just going through a lot of 
the things that we went through with Shaun (Hill) last year. 
The difference this time is that everybody else is a year ahead." 

Quarterback 

The Terrapins went into spring ball with all eyes focused 
on the quarterback position with three players vying for the 
starting job. After 14 practices, it became apparent that the 
Terps had established a pecking order with sophomore Chris 
Kelley holding a slight edge over junior transfers Scott McBrien 
and Orlando Evans on the eve of the annual Red & White game. 

The three-way competition, however, turned into a two- 
man race as bad fortune struck Kelley for the third time in as 
many years when he tore the anterior cruciate ligament in 
his right knee while scrambling for extra yardage in the 
early going of the spring game. Kelley had performed 
well all spring and looked as if he was making a return 
to the form that had made him a highly-recruited prep 
and touted as a future standout at Maryland, but his 
latest setback put those plans on hold once again. 

The cupboard, however, is not bare for Maryland 
as the southpaw McBrien now enters fall camp atop 
the depth chart. The junior who sat out last year 
after transferring from West Virginia had a 
strong spring in his own right.showing a strong, 
accurate arm and good athleticism while hav- 
ing the ability to move the offense. He spent 
last season running the scout team offense and 
was a big help to the defense's efforts as he posed a 
legitimate threat in their preparation for each 
week's contest. As it was for Shaun Hill the year 
before, the lone concern is his comfort level with 
the offense, but out of all the quarterbacks on 
the Terrapin roster, McBrien boasts the most 
game experience after seeing action while at WVU 
(most notably 252 passing yards in three guarters 
of action against Notre Dame as a redshirt frosh in 
2000). 

Evans will enter fall drills as the number two guarterback, 
although a few strong performances could have him in the mix 
as a starter. A JC transfer who started out at Oregon, Evans is a 
mobile guarterback who throws well with a guick release and 
was rated as one of the top junior college quarterbacks in the 
country and the 23"'-best JC player overall (any position) by 
SuperPrep magazine. Last year, he completed 165 of 251 (.657) 
passes for 2,391 yards and 28 touchdowns en route to a per- 
fect 1 2-0 season at City College of San Francisco. Like McBrien, 
his understanding of the offense is a concern, but Friedgen likes 
where he was after just 15 practices with the team in spring. 

"His understanding is better than what I could have ex- 
pected out of a junior college kid coming in," said Friedgen. 

The third-string job will be determined in the fall, but 
Hunter Cross another West Virginia transfer - is the early leader 
for that spot. Cross is a strong, heady player with a solid work 
ethic who will get a push from newcomers Sam Hollenbach and 
Joel Statham. The two freshmen enter with solid prep creden- 
tials despite varying styles. Hollenbach is more of a pocket passer 
who already has ideal size (6-5, 2 1 5) while Statham is more of 
an athlete who excels at running the option. 

"The progress that these guys make this summer and 
early in the fall will go a long way in determining who our start- 
ing quarterback is,"said Friedgen. ""Scott has a strong arm and 
the potential to be a real good passer and Orlando is a good 
athlete. Overall, how they develop and which one is able to 
step up will play a major role in what kind of offensive football 
team we are." 



No. Name 

2 Chris Kelley 


Pos. 


Hqt 


Wgt 


Cl.-Exp 


QB 


6-2 


213 


So.-SQ 


/ Scott McBrien 


QB 


6-0 


180 


Jr.-RS 


11 Orlando Evans 


QB 


6-0 


202 


Jr.-TR 


14 Sam Hollenbach 


QB 


6-5 


215 


Fr.-HS 


17(d) Hunter Cross 


QB 


6-3 


211 


Jr.-RS 


.21(d) Joel Statham 


QB 


6-1 


185 


Fr.-HS ) 




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Bruce Perry 
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Tailback 

The tailback position is one (hat has been a consistent 
source ot optimism over the List live ve.ns in l nlle<|e I'.nk ( our 

i years ot L aMont Jordan were (ollowed by a 200 1 season 
which began with a big question mark over who the starter 
would be, a question ultimately answered in resounding fash- 
ion bv then sophomore Bruce Perry. 

Perry enters this season as the lone returning finalist from 
last year's Doak Walker Award after rushing for 1 ,242 yards and 
10 touchdowns en route to being named the ACC Offensive 
Player of the Year. In addition, he is the Terrapins' leading re- 
turning receiver (40 receptions) and the nations eighth-best 
returnee in all-purpose yards (156.2 ypg). The lone question 
about Perry entering 2002 is his health. 

Perry missed all of spring practice with an abdominal in 
jury, the same one that hobbled him the week of the Orange 
Bowl. He had a procedure done in late April to correct the prob- 
lem and itis expected that he will be ready to go at the start of 
fall camp. 

The other primary returnee to the tailback position, Ja- 
son Crawford.also went into spring with injury problems (hipl 
but he overcame them and participated in spring ball He had 
his moments, displaying the hard-charging running style that 
makes him the favorite to take over Marc Riley's role as a short- 
yardage specialist a year ago. Crawford will have to come on, 
but it is not out of the question that he could push Perry should 
injuries linger. 

As successful as last year's group of tailbacks were, this 
year's group could have an added dimension should Mario 
Merrills continue his progress. Merrills adds another home run 
threat to the backfield as he may be the speediest Terrapin 
back and he excels in space He will also vie for kickoff return 
duties, a job at which he performed admirably in the spring 
game (6 returns. 163 yards). 

Other contenders for playing time this fall include senior 
Chris Downs and incoming freshmen Josh Allen and J. P. 
Humber. Downs looked good in the offseason and will see the 
field in one capacity or another (he played special teams last 
year) while Humber will have the added benefit from a condi- 
tioning standpoint of being on campus in the summer. 

"Our situation should be pretty good at running back this 
year.'said Friedgen "We should have some depth at the posi- 
tion especially after the arrival of our two newcomers, J.P 
Humber and Josh Allen. It will be interesting to see where they 
fit in. The big guestion will be Bruce's health and how good he 
can be when he gets in. We all know what he can do when he 
is healthy; we just need him to be the player he was when he 
was healthy last year and work to improve on that. If not. he 
will get a challenge from Mario Merrills and Jason Crawford, 
both of whom had their moments in the spring." 



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Name 


Pos. 


Hqt 


Wgt Cl.-Exp 




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5-9 


196 Jr.-2V 




Mario Merrills 




8 


TB 


5-10 


197 Fr.-RS 


9 


Jason Crawford 


TB 


6-2 


220 So.-lV 


20 


Chris Downs 


TB 


5-8 


193 Sr.-lV 


35(d) 


J P Humber 


TB 


5-11 


205 Fr.-HS 


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Josh Allen 


TB 


5-11 


194 Fr.-HS 



Fullback 

Last season, the Terrapins were as deep and talented at 
fullback as any team in the conference. This season, the team 
looks like it is still in good hands as all three players who saw 
significant playing time a year ago return. The only guestion 
among returnees is whether or not Bemie Fiddler will remain 
at the position. 

James Lynch returns after serving as Maryland s primary 
starter at fullback a year ago. Lynch is a hulking 271 pounds 



and spent the offseason maintaining his size while adding 
muscle. He is an excellent blocking back with a feel (or the 
game and quick feet which help him with bloc kinq (or the op 
tion. This season, Lynch is expected to get more chances as a 
runner as he has shown the ability to move the ball inside. 

A starter for three games a year ago, Chad Killian returns 
for his senior year. One o( Killian's strengths is in running the 
ball, but he proved to be an effective blocker in spelling Lynch 
last year. As always, Killian is one of the strongest players on 
the team pound (or-pound. In teaming with Lynch, the Terps 
will have a fresh pair of legs at the position at all times. 

Just how fresh Maryland's fullbacks are will, surprisingly, 
depend on the health of the team's linebackers. Due to injury 
at the linebacker position and the fact that coaches believed 
he was simply too talented to keep on the sideline. Fiddler spent 
the spring working at middle linebacker. He left spring work- 
ing behind Andrew Henley and could continue at that spot, but 
should the linebackers be in good shape, he will return to full- 
back. Fiddler had a strong season last year at the position and 
proved his worth as a blocker. He is also a solid pass-catcher 
and an adequate rushing fullback. 

"We are in better shape at fullback than most football 
teams can boast (rom a depth perspective," said Friedgen. 
"Some teams have three fullbacks who can play, but we feel all 
three of ours are starting-caliber. James (Lynch) had a good 
spring for us and really looks like he is coming on. He is a very 
instinctive football player and doesn't make a lot of mistakes. 
Chad (Killian) is a guy who plays hard and will play a lot of 
football for us this year. If he stays at fullback, Fiddler is a kid 
we can count on to block and perform for us as well." 



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41(d) 
44 



Wide Receiver 

All but one receiver (Guilian Gary) who saw significant 
playing time a year ago returns in 2002. That is a positive con- 
sidering that at this time a year ago, Friedgen was professing 
that the passing game would simply need time to improve. 

One o( the interesting stories of the spring came (rom 
one o( the new (aces that will be working at the position. Jun- 
ior Latrez Harrison seems to have excelled in the transition from 
guarterback, a move that was made in an attempt to get an 
athletic player more time on the field. Harrison has ideal size 
(6-3,217) and showed the ability to pull away from defenders 
when scrambling as a quarterback, and his time as a signal 
caller gives him an offensive perspective few receivers have 
The success he had in the spring culminated with a Red 8i White 
game which saw him snag two receptions for 80 yards and a 
pair of touchdowns. If his progress can continue, the Terrapins 
may have an outstanding find on their hands. 

Of the returning wideouts, Jafar Williams is one of the 
players expected to benefit from a year in the offense. Will- 
iams was the team's third-leading receiver a year ago (39-425, 
2 TDs) and showcases the size, strength and speed that Friedgen 
seeks in a receiver. His route running will be improved this sea- 
son and with his skills, the difference could push him to the 
level of some of the top-flight receivers in the conference 

Joining Williams in the starting lineup will be Scooter 
Monroe, a senior who also had his best season in 2001 and will 
be expected to contribute more in 02. Monroe also looked good 
in the offseason and will be a nice complement to Williams 
fromthe'Z'position 

"Those three players (Harrison, Monroe and Williams) are 
going to be the mainstay of our outside receivers," said 



Name 


Pos. 


Hgt 


Wgt 


Cl.-Exp 


James Lynch 


FB 
FB 


5-11 
6-2 


2/1 
265 


Jr.-2V 


Chad Killian 


5r.1V 


Justin Duffie 


FB 


6-2 


250 


Fr.-HS 


Bemie Fiddler 


FB 


6-1 


234 


Jr.-1V j 



Friedgen. 

Also competing at the"Z" position will be a pair of play 
ers who could gain notice in their first years on the field and 
two more who will simply be seeing their first action at Mary 
land. Derrick Fenner and Onnie Onwuemene both stepped up 
in the offseason and likely earned a spot in the rotation l 
isahard working player who has climbed his way up thfd' pili 
chart in his first year with the program, while Onwuemene 
showed a burst of speed and came virtually out of nowhere to 
catch four balls for 1 1 7 yards and a TD in the spring game. They 
will be joined by newcomers Chris Choice and Dan Melendez, a 
pair of recruits (rom the 2002 signing class. 

Behind Williams and Harrison at the "X" are Ike Roberts 
and Maurice Shanks. Roberts is a gritty, hard-working sopho- 
more while Shanks is trying to make it back (rom knee injuries 
suffered in last year's "Scout Bowl." Shanks could be a player 
who can make a contribution based on his size (6-4, 191 ) and 
speed 

At the slot, Steve Suter came on in the spring and showed 
that his amazing workout numbers can translate to the field. 
The fastest player on the team (4.35 in the 40-yard dash),Suter 
showed the ability to get down the middle of the field and 
stretch the de(ense, a quality that can do wonders in Friedgen's 
offense. He will share playing time with Rich Parson, a player 
who made a successfijl conversion from tailback a year ago and 
was a solid contributor from the slot position by season's end. 

"Just from the standpoint of learning.our receivers should 
be improved this year," said Friedgen. "I could see in the 
offseason that there was a better understanding of route-run- 
ning and what it takes to get open. Our quarterbacks throw 
the deep ball well so I am hoping that we can get down field 
more with it this season." 




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No. 

3 

4 


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Name 
Rob Abiamiri 
Latrez Harrison 


Pos. 
WR 
WR 


Hgt 
6-3 
6-3 


Wgt 
216 
219 


CI. Exp 

So-SQ 
Jr.-2V 


12 


Sal Aragona 


WR 


5-8 


183 


Jr.-SQ 


18(d) 


Maurice Shanks 


WR 


6-4 


191 


So.-1V 


19 


Jafar Williams 


WR 


6-2 


195 


Jr.-2V 


22 


Rich Parson 


WR 


5-10 


174 


So.-lV 


25 


Scooter Monroe 


WR 


6-2 


194 


Sr.-3V 


34 


Steve Suter 


WR 


5-9 


187 


So-SQ 


38(d) 


Paul Stellacci 


WR 


6-2 


208 


Fr.-HS 


80 


Onnie Onwuemene WR 


6-0 


194 


So.-RS 


81 


Paschal Abiamiri 


WR 


6-2 


191 


Fr.-HS 


83 


Derrick Fenner 


WR 


5-11 


183 


Fr.-RS 


85(d) 


Dan Melendez 


WR 


6-2 


175 


Fr.-HS 


85(d) 


Aaron Smith 


WR 


6-5 


203 


Fr.-RS 


89 


Chris Choice 


WR 


5-11 


175 


Fr.-HS 



Tight End 

The Terps are set with their primary starter at tight end 
in honors candidate Jeff Dugan. What the team will look to 
find are players who can supplement what Dugan offers with 
another pass-catching threat as well as another blocker for two 
tight end formations. 

Dugan enters his junior season having established him- 
self as one of the premier blocking tight ends in the country. 
He had a solid freshman campaign from a receiving standpoint 
(finished second on the team in receiving) but had a bit of a 
drop off a year ago. Wrth the loss of Matt Murphy to gradua- 
tion. Dugan will have a better shot to catch more balls and his 
route running and assertiveness seemed to improve in the 
offseason. The hope is that he will continue to improve and 
become a more integral part of the offense. 

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to contribute as Derek Miller showed receiving skills that moved 
him to second on the depth chart. Miller, a redshirt freshman, 
has added some bulk (257 pounds) to his 6-8 frame and has 
shown that he can get the job done as a blocker. Though his 
speed has dropped a little with the added weight, Miller can 
still get down the field while his height and good hands make 
him a tough matchup for smaller linebackers and defensive 
backs. He could be a player to watch should his development 
continue. 

Competing with Miller for playing time are Ryan Flynn, 
Brandon Thomas and Brad Schell. Flynn is an aggressive blocker 
who is comparable in size (6-4, 262) to Dugan (6-4, 266). Tho- 
mas has good height at 6-5 but needs to add size as Miller did 
in the offseason. Schell is a true freshman with good speed 
and solid prep credentials who could get playing time at tight 
end or at the H-back position should he be able to pick up the 
offense. 

"(Jeff) Dugan has improved as a pass receiver this 
offseason and that is a plus when you consider that he is likely 
the best blocking tight end in the league/said Friedgen. "Derek 
Miller has also made some strides and I think we are in good 
shape at tight end. It will be interesting to see how much (Brad) 
Schell can pick up and whether or not he can play a role, but 



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Hgt 

6-4 


Wgt 

261 


CI.-Exp 

Jr.-2V 


Name 




Jeff Dugan 


TE 


Derek Miller 


TE 


6-8 


257 


Fr.-RS 


Brad Schell 


TE 


6-5 


220 


Fr.-HS 


Ryan Flynn 


TE 


6-4 


262 


So.-SQ 


Brandon Thomas 


TE 


6-5 


228 


Fr.-HS 


Darren Sanders 


TE 


6-4 


220 


Fr.-HS 




either way we are set with Dugan. Hopefully one of these other 
guys can step up and fill a role like Matt Murphy did last year." 



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No. 
82 
84 
86 
87 



Offensive Line 

The unit that returns the most experience and potential 
for success this season is the offensive line. Maryland returns 
four starters from last years team with the lone spot to fill be- 
ing at center. The shoes to fill there are large as the departed 
player is four-year starter and AII-ACC performer Melvin Fowler, 
but the Terps look like they haven't missed a beat as the sea- 
son approaches. 

Fowler was the anchor of a line that helped produce 
record offensive numbers a year ago (4,837 yards 
and a school-record 390 points), and filling his 
leadership role will be a tall order. Kyle Schmitt 
and Jason Holman went into the offseason 
as the favorites to replace Fowler, and 
Schmitt emerged from that competition as 
the clear favorite. Just a sophomore, Schmitt 
took advantage of the opportunity and 
looked good in the offseason. He has better 
size (6-5, 298) than Fowler, and if he can 
assume some of the leadership and 
show some of the quickness that 
Fowler did, the line will be a for- 
midable one. 

At the other spots, 
Maryland can only be consid- 
ered in better shape than it 
was a year ago. C.J. Brooks 
returns at left tackle after 
a strong freshman 
campaign in which 
he earned Fresh- 
man All- 
America 
honors 



\f Senior guard Todd 
Wike is an Outland 



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from The Sporting News. He drew a challenge in the spring from 
junior Eric Dumas, but held his ground and will enter fall camp 
as the starter. Whatever competition emerges from those two 
is a win-win situation for the Terps as both are exceptionally 
talented players. Right tackle will be manned by 2001 Piccolo 
Award winner Matt Crawford who seems to have completely 
overcome the knee injury that he began with last season and 
whose mobility is dramatically improved. There is solid depth 
behind him in the form of Lou Lombardo, a player who played 
well when called upon last year. 

At guard, first team AII-ACC selection Todd Wike returns 
for his senior year on the left side. He is an intelligent player 
with good feet who will likely assume some of the leadership 
roles along with fellow senior Crawford. Heading into 2002, 
Wike has been listed as a candidate for both the Outland and 
lombardi awards. Backing him up are Ed Tyler and Russell 
Bonham with Bonham being a player the Terps would like to 
step up and be ready to play in the near future. On the right 
side, Lamar Bryant returns and will be joined at the spot by 
Reggie Kemp. Bryant played well in the spring and looks like 
he is ready to join the ranks as another player to watch on the 
line. All in all, it is as Friedgen predicted it would be over a year 
ago - one of the most experienced, talented groups on the 
team. 

"Our depth is a little bit of a concern, but the guys we 
will line up with the starting unit stack up pretty well," said 
Friedgen. "It would be real good if we could get some of our 
younger guys to make the next step, but overall I would say 
the line is in good shape." 



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"\ 


No. 


Name Pos. 


Hgt 


Wgt 


CI.-Exp 


60 




Jason Holman 


C 


6-2 


267 


Fr.-RS 


61 




Ed Tyler 


OG 


6-3 


304 


Jr.-SQ 


65 




Man Powell 


OT 


6-4 


319 


Fr.-RS 


66 




Todd Wike 


OG 


6-3 


303 


Sr.-3V 


68 




Nathaniel Clayton 


C 


6-5 


310 


Fr.-HS 


69 




Reggie Kemp 


OG 


6-4 


326 


So.-SQ 


70 




Stephon Heyer 


OT 


6-6 


290 


Fr.-HS 


72 




Kyle Schmitt 


C 


6-5 


298 


So.- IV 


73 




Lamar Bryant 


OG 


6-3 


302 


Jr.-2V 


74 




C.J.Brooks 


OT 


6-5 


309 


SO.-1V 


75 




Eric Dumas 


OT 


6-6 


308 


Jr.-2V 


" 




Russell Bonham 


OG 


6-4 


297 


Fr.-RS 


78 




Matt Crawford 


OT 


6-6 


313 


Sr.-3V 


79 




Lou Lombardo 


OT 


6-6 


303 


So.-IV 


V 




Patrick O'Brien 


OG 


6-5 


310 


Fr.-HS J 



DEFENSE 

The Terrapin defensive unit was outstanding with few 
exceptions a year ago. Coach Gary Blackney's unit used a high 
pressure, blitzing style that stymied opponent's rushing attacks 
while forcing turnovers when they went to the air. 

In 2001, the Terps had the best rushing (90.6 opp. ypg) 
and scoring (19.1 opp. ppg) defense in the ACC and ranked in 
the top seven nationally in interceptions (2" ,1 ;24) and turnovers 
gained (T7th; 34). It was a defense that took pressure off of 
the Maryland offense early in the season while helping it win 
close games later in the year. 

Maryland will return its most recognizable name to the 
defensive unit - senior E.J.Henderson - but his availability at 
the start of the season will be one of the keys to the team's 
success. Henderson underwent a surgical procedure on his back 
in early spring and his availability for the Notre Dame game 
will likely not be determined until game week nears. 

The effects of his presence, however, cannot be over- 
looked. A healthy Henderson gives less experienced players 
time to wait in the wings, younger players a shot at whatever 
position comes natural and helps the Terps line up with one of 



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the premier players in the nation. 

The defense is not short on talent, but it is not long in the 
tooth either, and several new fates will be in the mix as fall 
camp opens. The defensive line is strong but could use depth, 
the linebacking corps are talented with a mix of youth and ex 
perience, and the defensive backfield basically has three new 
faces in the starting lineup All signs suggest that the Terra- 
pins will again be strong and will likely get better with the 
passing of each game. 

"We are going to be very young on defense this year," 
said Friedgen. "E.J.'s health will be important to us early and it 
will be interesting to see what some of the newcomers can do 
to contribute. I think we will again have a good defense - we 
just have some questions that will need to be answered along 
the way." 

Defensive Line 

The defensive line was one of the most pleasant surprises 
of the 2001 season. The Terp defensive front was one that en- 
tered the year with guestions surrounding talent and depth. 
What emerged was a group that both held up against the run 
and collapsed the pocket in passing situations and, ultimately, 
became the front line of one of the ACC's top defensive units. 

This year, the defensive line has guesfions to be answered 
as well, but those questions again circle more around depth 
than anything else. The unit is comparable to its counterpart 
on the offensive side of the ball as it lost just one starter from a 
year ago. Unfortunately, like the offensive line, that lost starter 
(Charles Hill) happened to be the player who was most impor- 
tant to the unit's success a year ago. Hill was the team's sec- 
ond leading tackier and a quiet leader on the Terrapin defense. 
"Charles (Hill) played very, very well for us last year," said 
Friedgen. ""He was the guy in the middle that kind of held ev- 
erything together." 

Spring ball gave Maryland the answers it was looking for 
at Hill's old position as C.J. Feldheim stepped up and showed 
he is fully capable of making the shift in lining up over the ball. 
The shift is Feldheim's third in as many years as a Terp (end as a 
freshman; defensive tackle last year), but if his transition a year 
ago is any indicator, this year's move will be smooth and his 
improvement will continue. Feldheim posted 36 tackles, five 
tackles for loss and three sacks a year ago and established him- 
self as a player to watch in the next two years. Feldheim will 
be backed up by senior William Shime and junior Tosin Abari. 
Shime is a player with all of the physical tools and if he can 
step up his play in his final year, the Terrapins could have a nice 
rotation going at tackle. 

Joining Feldheim in the middle of the line will be another 
player to watch, second-year man Randy Starks. Starks (35 tack- 
les, seven TFLs, 3.5 sacks) — one of just four true freshmen to 
play last year — displayed outstanding athleticism and strength 
and enters this season in better shape than a year ago strength- 
wise. Starks runs well for a man hissize (302 pounds) and posted 
the fifth-highest strength index on the team in spring testing. 
He is versatile enough to spell Feldheim if necessary and he could 
also move outside and play end in certain situations. 

Also competing at the tackle spot will be second-year player 
Akil Patterson and true freshman Dave Quaintance. Quaintances 
contribution will depend on his ability to pick up the system in 
the fall while Patterson seems to be catching on as his perfor- 
mance in this year s spring game indicated (four sacks). 

At defensive end. Ourrand Roundtree returns for his senior 
season after performing well in his first full year asa starter. He is 
an outstanding physical force who stands to improve on his num- 
bers of a year ago (4.5 sacks, 5 TFLs) after he was hampered by 
injury in several games in the second half of the season. 

Roundtree will share time with Scott Smith, a player who 
has shown a penchant for being able to get up field and rush 
the passer. He had surgery on his back prior to spring, but he 
performed well in the offseason and looks like he will be a fac- 



tor this season. Kevin Eli, Landon Jones and Henry Scott are 
other players who could also factor in at end. 

"Again, it's hard to lose a player like Charles Hill, but C.J. 
Feldheim looks like he may be ready to step up and fill that 
spot," said Friedgen. "Feldheim and Starks are solid on the in- 
side and I saw real improvement in the offseason out of Durrand 
Roundtree and Scott Smith at end. We could still use depth, 
but the line overall is solid and it will be interesting to see the 
progression of some of our younger players." 




No. Name 


Pos. 


Hgt 


1 
Wgt CI. Exp 


41(d) 


Kevin Eli 


DE 


6-4 


260 


So.-SQ 


54 


Scott Smith 


DE 


6-4 


262 


Jr.-2V 


57 


Randy Starks 


DT 


6-4 


302 


So.-IV 


71 


Durrand Roundtree 


DE 


6-3 


256 


Sr.-2V 


76 


Henry Scott 


DE 


6-1 


248 


So.-RS 


88 


Dave Quaintance 


DT 


6-5 


266 


Fr.-HS 


90 


Mike Steele 


DT 


6-5 


291 


Fr.-RS 


91 


Akil Patterson 


DT 


6-3 


294 


Fr.-RS 


93 


Davian Bryan 


NT 


5-11 


281 


Fr.-RS 


95 


William Shime 


NT 


6-4 


285 


Sr.-2V 


96 


C.J. Feldheim 


DT 


6-3 


282 


Jr.-2V 


97 


Tosin Abari 


DT 


6-0 


259 


Jr.-SQ 


.99 


Landon Jones 


DE 


6-4 


259 


Jr.-IV J 



Linebacker 

The linebacking corps finds itself as one of the more in- 
teresting units on the Terrapin roster. On one hand, it has the 
most talent and experience of any position on the Maryland 
defense. On the other hand, it is a position that has some ques- 
tion marks as fall camp opens due to injury and graduation. It 
is a position that could start the season a little short-handed 
while at the same time, it could finish the season as one of the 
top units on the team. 

The most recognizable cog is senior E.J. Henderson, a 
player who made a name for himself nationally in 2001 while 
earning consensus All-American and ACC Player and Defensive 
Player of the Year recognition. It is a given that Henderson will 
start in the middle ("Mike") and be the anchor of the Terp de- 
fense as he was a year ago. The question is what game will be 
his first as he underwent surgery on his back in early April. 
When he does find the field - whether it is in the opener or 
not - Henderson can be counted on to lead the defense with 
his hard-nosed play that finds him making plays from sideline 
to sideline and, more often than not, in the opposition's 
backfield. 

Backing up Henderson at "Mike" will be Andrew Henley 
and possibly Bernie Fiddler while newcomer Reggie Holmes 
will also get a look. Henley is an athletic playmaker who will 
likely get the nod should Henderson's health be an issue. Fid- 
dler will back him up unless the position looks in good hands 
(i.e., Henderson is healthy) in which case he will likely move 
back to fullback. Meanwhile.Holmes is a high school All-Ameri- 
can who — at a minimum — will have a chance to watch 
and learn from the best this school has seen in an effort to 
groom him for future playing time. 

At the "Will" (weakside) linebacker spot, Leon Joe looks 
to continue his trek toward becoming one of the top lineback- 
ers in the ACC. Joe is as athletic as any player on the roster and 
showed at times last year the ability to make plays all over the 
field. After getting his feet wet as a starter a year ago, big things 
are expected in this, his junior season. Behind Joe, there is a 
cluster of players who will be vying for playing time in the fall. 
Curtis Williams and Maurice Smith both saw time there in the 
spring. Williams is a converted safety who has a nose for the 
ball and made big plays when on the field last year, whether it 
was in a game or scrimmage situation. Smith played mostly 



on special teams as a true freshman, but will get more of 
look at linebacker this season. In addition, a pair of newcom 
ers - D'Qwell Jackson and William Kershaw - will also have a 
chance to earn playing time this fall. 

The "Sam" (strongside) linebacker position will be a 
highly contested battle for the starting job as a pair of return- 
ees look to replace the departed Aaron Thompson. Leroy Am 
bush performed well in the spring and came away atop the 
depth chart while second year player Ricardo Dickerson (last 
year's scout team co player of the year on defense) will con 
tinue to push the speedy junior for the starting role. Dickerson 
is a hitter who combines good speed, quickness, cover skills and 
aggressiveness. His primary needs right now are experience 
and comfort in the defensive system. 

Though the competition for the starting strongside posi- 
tion will be tight, happenings at the'Leo" (rush end) position 
could be the most dynamic at the start of fall camp. Last year's 
starter (Mike Whaley) did not make the cut academically and 
the one certainty is that a new face will man the position. 
Sophomore Jamahl Cochran, sophomore Jon Condo and junior 
college transfer Andrew Wojcik all participated in spring drills 
and enter fall camp listed in that order on the depth chart. 
Cochran is a solid run-stopper and Condo is attempting to see 
time beyond his duties as a long snapper, while Wojcik is a jun- 
ior college transfer who was shifted from end in the spring. 

Where the position gets interesting is with the influx of 
newcomers who are expected to challenge for anything from 
playing time to the starting role. Chief among the candidates 
at"Leo"are Shawne Merriman and Randy Earle. Merriman en- 
ters his first season as one of the most decorated players of the 
incoming recruiting class, while Earle has good size and showed 
the ability to get upheld as a prep despite nearly constant 
double-teams. In all, any one of five players could end up tak- 
ing the first snap against Notre Dame on August 3 lst.and pre- 
season will be an interesting one to watch at "Leo." 

"Obviously, E.J.Henderson is a big key to our linebacking 
unit," said Friedgen. "If we can get him back healthy, we will 
be able to keep from shuffling people around that much. Over- 
all, we have some real talent at linebacker and it will be a posi- 
tion to watch down the road with some of our newcomers. 
Players like Shawne Merriman, Reggie Holmes and D'Qwell 
Jackson will get a look this year and hopefully we can find a 
good mix between who is healthy and who is ready to play." 



No. Name 


Pos. 


Hgt 


Wgt 


1 
Cl.-Exp 


15 


Curtis Williams 


ILB 


6-2 


199 


So.-IV 


24 


Leroy Ambush 


OLB 


6-1 


229 


Jr.- IV 


32 


Leon Joe 


ILB 


6-1 


223 


Jr.-2V 


35(d) 


Michael Miller 


ILB 


6-0 


225 


Fr.-HS 


42 


E.J.Henderson 


ILB 


6-2 


250 


Sr.-3V 


44 


Bernie Fiddler 


ILB 


6-1 


234 


Jr.-IV 


45 


Shawne Merriman 


LEO 


6-3 


240 


Fr.-HS 


47 


Jon Condo 


LEO 


6-3 


237 


So.-IV 


48 


William Kershaw 


ILB 


6-3 


205 


Fr.-HS 


49(d) 


Richard Benjamin 


ILB 


6-1 


241 


Jr.-SQ 


49(d) 


Jamahl Cochran 


LEO 


6-0 


241 


So.-IV 


50 


Andrew Wojcik 


LEO 


6-2 


240 


Jr.-TR 


51 


Andrew Henley 


ILB 


5-11 


237 


Jr.-IV 


52 


D'Qwell Jackson 


ILB 


6-1 


220 


Fr.-HS 


53 


Reggie Holmes 


ILB 


6-1 


234 


Fr.-HS 


58 


Ricardo Dickerson 


OLB 


6-3 


230 


Fr.-RS 


59 


Maurice Smith 


ILB 


6-0 


218 


So.-IV 


98 


Randy Earle 


LEO 


6-3 


229 


Fr.-HS 




David Holloway 


ILB 


6-4 


210 


Fr.-HS 


\ 


Jeris Smith 


OLB 


6-2 


215 


Fr.-HS J 



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When a team enters a new season having lost three of 
four starters in a given unit, it is safe to assume that there will 
be question marks at that position. And while both starting 
safeties from a year ago have graduated and a corner who 
started half of the season (Tony Okanlawon) is also gone, the 
Terrapins seem to be in good hands in the defensive backfield 
with some faces who are not unfamiliar ones around the 
Gossett Football Team House. 

At cornerback.a pair of players return who drew starting 
assignments in 2001. Junior Curome Cox is the veteran of the 
entire defensive backfield, having started 1 9 games in the last 
two seasons. He is a solid corner with good speed, size and 
strength who posted three interceptions and three pass break- 
ups a year ago. Battling for playing time behind him will be 
Jamal Chance who is hoping to contribute more in his second 
year with the program, while senior Luke Kim and true fresh- 
man Jo Jo Walker will also get a look. 

At the other corner, second-year player Domonique 




Foxworth enters the season as the starter. Foxworth played 
well in his first season at the position and should be improved 
from an experience standpoint alone. He is a hard-working 
player who showed promise late in the season when called 
upon in 2001 (he was originally slated to redshirt but was 
forced to play because of injuries at the position). Foxworth 
will compete with Gerrick McPhearson — a player who 
redshirted last year after being signed in the same class as 
Foxworth - and transfer Reuben Haigler, a former teammate 
of Chance's at Lackawanna JC. On the whole, the group is young, 
but not without experience or talent. 

Safety will see a pair of new starters following the losses 
of Randall Jones and Tony Jackson to graduation. At strong 
safety, Dennard Wilson and Ty Stewart are at the top of the 
depth chart with Wilson entering the fall as the starter. A four- 
game starter in the last two years at cornerback, Wilson has 
the hitting ability and instinct that may prove to be better 
suited to safety while adding another player with strong cover 
skills to the safety position. Stewart came on a year ago and 
showed big-play ability in the nickel package. Also in the mix 
at strong safety will be another converted corner who has seen 
playing time in the past, Andrew Smith. 

The free safety spot will be manned by a player who had 
coaches champing at the bit last season. Madieu Williams had 
to sit out 2001 due to NCAA transfer rules, but he heads into 
his first season at the Division l-A level as a player to watch 
based on the praise he has already earned from coaches and 
the work ethic he has shown since his arrival. He is the com- 
plete package with size (6-1,1 93), cover skills and speed, and 
he adds a playmaking quality to the secondary. What's more, 
he can also play strong safety or corner which could come 
in handy should any adjustments need to be made 
to the rotation along the way. He will be sup- 
ported by Raymond Custis.who had a strong 
spring.and Marcus Wimbush, a highly-re- 
garded newcomer who made a name 
as a big hitter as a prep. 

"Coach Blackney has some real 
quality guys in his unit," said 
Friedgen. "When I say that, I mean 
we have some real good kids who 
we can count on getting great effort 
out of at all times. Our corners are solid 
and will get better as the season progresses. 
Dennard (Wilson) seems to be working out well 
at safety and Madieu Williams is a heck of a foot- 
ball player who has the talent to play any spot 
in our defensive backfield. With the addition of 
some new guys and players like Jamal Chance 
continuing to improve, our depth should get 
better as well." 




No. Name Pos. 


Hgt 


Wgt CI. Exp 


6 
13 


Domonique Foxworth CB 


5-11 

5-11 


175 
186 


So.-IV 
Jr.-2V 


Dennard Wilson 


SS 


17(d) 


Reuben Haigler 


CB 


6-0 


179 


Jr. TR 


21(d) 


Luke Kim 


CB 


5-9 


190 


Sr.-RS 


23 


Andrew Smith, Jr. 


CB 


6-0 


197 


Jr -IV 


26 


Raymond Custis 


FS 


5-8 


194 


So.-1V 


27 


Jo Jo Walker 


CB 


5-10 


165 


Fr.-HS 


29 


Ty Stewart 


SS 


6-0 


202 


Sr.-3V 


30 


Curome Cox 


CB 


6-1 


199 


Jr.-2V 


33 


Marcus Wimbush 


FS 


5-11 


190 


Fr.-HS 


36 


Alan Grantham 


FS 


5-9 


185 


Fr.-HS 


37 


Jamal Chance 


CB 


6-1 


196 


Sr. IV 


38(d) 


Gerrick McPhearson CB 


5 11 


190 


Fr.-RS 


40 


Madieu Williams 


FS 


6-1 


193 


Jr.-RS 




Matt Brant 


FS 


6-0 


170 


Fr.-HS J 



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Specialists 

One thing Maryland was sure of as it entered last season 
was that it would boast one of the best punters in the country. 
A year later it can extend that claim as it stands to have one of 
the most complete kicking games in the country if it can only 
maintain the level at which it performed in the second half of 
last season. 

Brooks Barnard returns for his senior year and his final bid 
at the Ray Guy Award. Barnard has been in the top seven na- 
tionally in each of the last two years and has been a weapon for 
theTerps in terms of field position. A first team AII-ACC selection 
last year, Barnard stands to close his career as Maryland's all-time 
punting leader as he carries a 43.9-yard career average into the 
season. In spring ball, he also showed ability on kickoffs, a role 
he will challenge for in the fall while also serving as the Terra- 
pins' holder on field goals and extra points. 

The placekicker spot started off a bit shaky a year ago, 
but was solidified by year's end and ultimately became one of 
the strong points of the team. Nick Novak earned honorable 
mention AII-ACC honors after a tremendous start to his colle- 
giate career a year ago. He showed moxie in a game-winning 
kick at Georgia Tech and consistency the remainder of the year 
while hitting 12 of his final 14 field goal attempts in the regu- 
lar season with his only misses coming from 50 and 62 yards, 
respectively. Novak worked to improve his leg strength in the 
offseason and heads into 2002 as the Terps'top placekicker. 
Newcomer Adam Podlesh will also be in the mix at kicker. 

One position that will see some competition this year is 
long snapper. Jon Condo was strong in the position last year 
while Jesse Kluttz has come on in the offseason and improved 
his snapping skills 

Among the names to watch in the return game are Mario 
Merrills, Steve Suter and Rich Parson. Merrills showed the abil- 
ity to find the seam on kickoffs in the spring while Suter looked 
good in that role as well as on punts. Parson showed promise 
last season handling kickoff and punt return duties. 

"Our special teams are in good shape, but there will still 
be competition," said Friedgen. "We had some guys perform 
well last year and we anticipate to be in at least that good of 
shape this year. Brooks (Barnard) is a weapon for us." 



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X 


No. Name 


Pns. 


Hgt 

6-2 


Wgt CI. Exp 


16 Brooks Barnard 


P 


188 Sr.-3V 


18(d) Adam Podlesh 


P 


5-10 


185 Fr.-HS 


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No. Name 


Pos. 


Hgt 


Wgt CI. Exp 


46 Nick Novak 


PK 


6-0 


189 So.-IV 


Drew Phelan 


PK 


6-0 


195 Fr.-HS 


LsrnS S^3 tt er 








! No. Name 


Pos. 


Hgt 


Wgt CI. -Exp 


47 Jon Condo 


LS 


6-3 


237 So.-1V 


56 Jesse Kluttz 


LS 


6-3 


232 Fr.-RS 


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No. Name 


Pos. 


Hgt 


Wgt CI. Exp 


16 Brooks Barnard 


H 


6-2 


188 Sr.-3V 


34 Steve Suter 


H 


5-9 


187 So.-SQ 


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No. Name 


Pos. 


Hgt 


Wgt CI. Exp 


34 Steve Suter 


WR 


5-9 


187 So.-SQ 


22 Rich Parson 


WR 


5-10 


174 So.-1V 


Kic&e&c- £eftKC*! 






No. Name 


Pos. 


Hgt 


Wgt CI. -Exp 


8 Mario Merrills 


TB 


5-10 


197 Fr.-RS 


.34 Steve Suter 


WR 


5-9 


187 So.-SQ J 



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W Offense Defense 






u 

41 



25 
83 
80 
89 
8S 



Mm,-, lynch 5 11,271,*. 
ChadKillian.6 2 265 Si 
Justin Duffle h 2. 2S0.Fr 



Scooter Monroe,6 2. 1" 

ii im r it 
Onnie Onwuemene. 6 0, 194, So. 
fct, 5 11.1 7S. F r 

DanM, 





Domomrj:! i.WS.So 

Gcrrtd McPhearson, S 1 1. 190. R Fr 

Reuben Haigler, 6 0.1 



74 
75 
70 



C J Brooks, 6 6, 309, So. 
EncDumas.6-6. 308. Jr 
SlephonHeyer,6-6,290,Fr. 



3* 



66 
61 

77 



^ j ^ 



71 " DurrandRoundtree,6 3.256. Sr 

54 " S(ottSmith,6 4.262.Jr. 
41 Kevin Eli.6 4,260,So. 

99 * LandonJones.6-4.259,Jr 
76 Henry Scott. 6 1.248, So 



IoddWike,6-3,303,Sr. 
EdIyler,6-3,304,Jr. 
Russell Bonham. 6-4, 297. Fr. 



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^S l 



5(011 M(Brien,6 0, 180, Jr 
11 Orlando Evans, 6-0, 202. Jr 

Hunter Cross.6 3.211. Jr. 
14 SamHol,enbach,6 5,215.Fr. 

21 JoelStatham.6-1.185.Fr 

Chris Kelley,6-2,213, So. — injured 




24 " LeroyAmbuM 

58 RicardoDickerson,6-3,230,R-Fr. 

David Holloway,6 4.210.Fr 
Jens Smith. 6 2. 21 5. Fr 



13 " Dennard Wilson, 5 -11. 186. Jr 



72 
60 
68 



KyleS(hmitt,6 5. 298, So. 
Jason Holman. 6 2. 267, R-Fr. 
Nathaniel Clayton, 6- 5, 3 10. Fr. 




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C.J.Feldheim.6-3,282.Jr 
William Shime,6-4,285,Sr. 
Tosin Abari, 6-0. 259, Jr. 
DavianBryan,511.281.RFr. 



29 " 
23 * 



ly Stewart. 6-0, 202. Sr. 
Andrew Smith, Jr. 6 0, 197, Jr 



S> 



I 



73 
69 



Lamar Bryant. 6- 3. 302, Jr. 
Reggie Kemp. 6-4. 326, So 
Patrick O'Brien, 6-5. 310, Fr. 



57 • Randy Starks. 6-4, 302, So. 
91 Akil Patterson. 6-3, 294. R-Fr. 

88 Dave Ouaintance. 6 5,266. Fr. 



90 Mike Steele.6-5.291.R-Fr— injured 



20 



Bruce Perry, 5 9.196. Jr 
Jason Crawford. 6-2, 220. So. 
Mario Merrills. 5- 10. 197 R Fr 
Chns Downs. 5-8. 193, Sr 



43 Josh Allen 5 11.194 Fr 

35 JPHumber.511.205.Fr 




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78 
79 
65 



M 

12 
3 



SteveSutw.5 9.187.So. 
Rkh Parson. 5 10. 174, So. 
SalAragona. 5-8. 183. Jr. 
RobAbumiri.6-3.216.So. 







Man Crawford. 6-6. 31 3. Sr. 
Lou Lombardo. 6-6, 303. So. 
Matt Powell. 6-4. 319.R-Fr 

Jeff Dugan. 6-4,261. JrV-^ 
Derek Miller.6-8.257.RFr 
Ryan Ffynn, 6-4. 262.SO. 
Brandon Thomas, 6-5. 228. R-Fr. 
Brad Schell. 6-5. 220. Fr 
Darren Sanders. 6-4, 22QJf. 




Jamahl Cochran, 6-0. 241 . So 
JonCondo.6 3,237,So. 
Andrew Wojcik.6-2.240.Jr 
RandyEarlc.6-3.229,Fr 
Shawne Merriman. 6-3. 240, Fr 



42 ■•• E J Henderson.6-2.250.Sr 
51 • Andrew Henley, 5 -11.237.Jr 
44 • Bemie Fiddler. 6- 1.2 34, Jr 
49 Richard Benjamin. 6-1. 241. Jr 

Michael Millei.6-0. 225. Fr 
Reggie Holmes, 6-1, 234.Fr 



Madieu Williams. 6 1.193,Jr 
Raymond Custrs, 5-8, 194, So. 
Alan Grantham, 5 9. 185. Fr 
Marcus Wimbush, 5-11. 190,Fr. 
Man Brant 6-0.1 70. Fr 




32 " Leon Joe. 6- 1.223. Jr. 



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Curtis Williams. 6-2.199.So. 
Maurice Smith, 6-0. 218, So. 
DOwell Jackson, 6-1. 220. Fr. 
William Kershaw. 6-3.205.Fr. 



19 " JafarWilliams.6-2.!95.Jr 

4 *• LatrezHarrison.6-3.219.Jr 

18 * Maunce Shanks. 6-4. 191. So 
85 Aaron Smrth.6-5.203 R Fr 

38 Paul Steliara. 6-2. 208. Fr. 

81 Paschal Abumm 62 191 Fr 





30 
37 
21 
27 



CuromeCoi.6-1.199,Jr. 
JamalChance.6-1.196.Sr. 
Luke Kim. 5-9. 190,Sr. 
Jo Jo Walker. 5-10. 165.Fr. 



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Specialists 



PK 

46 



Nidr Novak. 6-0.1 89. So. 
Drew PheUn.6-0. 195. Fr. 



P 

16 
18 



Brooks Barnard. 6-2. 188. Sr. 
AdamPodtesh.5-10.185.Fr. 



LS 

47 " 
56 



JonCondo,6-3,237.So. 
Jesse Klunz 6-3. 232. R-Fr 



H 

16 
34 



Brooks Barnard. 6- 2. 188. Sr. 
Steve Suter, 5-9.1 87, So. 



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ALPHABETICAL ROSTER 




2002 &&&&V Wkfimfc 



No. 


Name 


Pos. 


Hgt 


Wgt 


CI. 


Exp 


97 


Tosin Abari 


DT 


6-0 


259 


Jr. 


SQ 


81 


Paschal Abiamiri 


WR 


6-2 


191 


Fr. 


HS 


3 


Rob Abiamiri 


WR 


6-3 


216 


So. 


SQ 


43 


Josh Allen 


TB 


5-11 


194 


Fr. 


HS 


24 


Leroy Ambush 


LB 


6-1 


229 


Jr. 


2V 


12 


Sal Aragona 


WR 


5-8 


183 


Jr. 


SQ 


16 *** 


Brooks Barnard 


P 


6-2 


188 


Sr. 


3V 


49(d) 


Richard Benjamin 


LB 


6-1 


241 


Jr. 


SQ 


77 


Russell Bonham 


OG 


6-4 


297 


Fr. 


RS 




Matt Brant 


FS 


6-0 


170 


Fr. 


HS 


74 


C.J. Brooks 


OT 


6-6 


309 


So. 


IV 


93 


Davian Bryan 


DT 


5-11 


281 


Fr. 


RS 


73 


Lamar Bryant 


OG 


6-3 


302 


Jr. 


2V 


37 


Jamal Chance 


CB 


6-1 


196 


Sr. 


IV 


89 


Chris Choice 


WR 


5-11 


175 


Fr. 


HS 


68 


Nathaniel Clayton 


C 


6-5 


310 


Fr. 


HS 


49 (d) * 


Jamahl Cochran 


LEO 


6-0 


241 


So. 


IV 


47 


JonCondo 


LEO 


6-3 


237 


So. 


IV 


30 


Curome Cox 


CB 


6-1 


199 


Jr. 


2V 


9 


Jason Crawford 


TB 


6-2 


220 


So. 


IV 


78 


Matt Crawford 


OT 


6-6 


313 


Sr. 


3V 


17(d) 


Hunter Cross 


QB 


6-3 


211 


Jr. 


RS 


26 


Raymond Custis 


FS 


5-8 


194 


So. 


IV 


58 


Ricardo Dickerson 


LB 


6-3 


230 


Fr. 


RS 


20 * 


Chris Downs 


TB 


5-8 


193 


Sr. 


IV 


41(d) 


Justin Duffie 


FB 


6-2 


250 


Fr. 


HS 


82 ** 


JeffDugan 


TE 


6-4 


261 


Jr. 


2V 


75 


Eric Dumas 


OT 


6-6 


308 


Jr. 


2V 


98 


Randy Earle 


LEO 


6-3 


229 


Fr. 


HS 


41(d) 


Kevin Eli 


DE 


6-4 


260 


So. 


SQ 


11 


Orlando Evans 


QB 


6-0 


202 


Jr. 


TR 


96 


CJ.Feldheim 


NT 


6-3 


282 


Jr. 


2V 


83 


Derrick Fenner 


WR 


5-11 


183 


Fr. 


RS 


44 


Bernie Fiddler 


FB/LB 


6-1 


234 


Jr. 


IV 


87 


Ryan Flynn 


TE 


6-4 


262 


So. 


SQ 


i 


DomoniqueFoxworth 


CB 


5-11 


175 


So. 


IV 


36 


Alan Grantham 


FS 


5-9 


185 


Fr. 


HS 


17(d) 


Reuben Haigler 


CB 


6-0 


179 


Jr. 


TR 


4 *» 


Latrez Harrison 


WR 


6-3 


219 


Jr. 


2V 


42 »** 


E.J.Henderson 


LB 


6-2 


250 


Sr. 


3V 


51 * 


Andrew Henley 


LB 


5-11 


237 


Jr. 


IV 


70 


Stephon Heyer 


OT 


6-6 


290 


Fr. 


HS 


14 


Sam Hollenbach 


QB 


6-5 


215 


Fr. 


HS 




David Holloway 


LB 


6-4 


210 


Fr. 


HS 


60 


Jason Holman 


C 


6-2 


267 


Fr. 


RS 


53 


Reggie Holmes 


LB 


6-1 


234 


Fr. 


HS 


35(d) 


J.P.Humber 


TB 


5-11 


205 


Fr. 


HS 


52 


D'Qwell Jackson 


LB 


6-1 


220 


Fr. 


HS 


32 


Leon Joe 


LB 


6-1 


223 


Jr. 


2V 


99 


Landon Jones 


DE 


6-4 


259 


Jr. 


IV 


2 


Chris Kelley 


QB 


6-2 


213 


So. 


SQ 


69 


Reggie Kemp 


OG 


6-4 


326 


So. 


SQ 


48 


William Kershaw 


LB 


6-3 


205 


Fr. 


HS 


31 


Chad Kiliian 


FB 


6-2 


265 


Sr. 


IV 


21(d) 


Luke Kim 


CB 


5-9 


190 


Sr. 


RS 


56 


Jesse Kluttz 


LS 


6-3 


232 


Fr. 


RS 


79 


Lou Lombardo 


OT 


6-6 


303 


So. 


IV 


5 


James Lynch 


FB 


5-11 


271 


Jr. 


2V 


7 


Scott McBrien 


QB 


6-0 


180 


Jr. 


RS 


38(d) 


Gerrick McPt, 


CB 


5-11 


190 


Fr. 


RS 






Hometown (High School/Last School) 

Mt. Rainier, Md. (Good Counsel HS) 

Randallstown, Md. (Mount St. Joseph HS) 

Randallstown, Md. (Mount St. Joseph HS) 

Bladensburg, Md. (Eleanor Roosevelt HS) 

Frederick, Md. (Thomas Johnson HS) 

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

Arnold, Md. (Broadneck HS/Oklahoma) 

White Plains, Md. (McDonough HS/Charles County CC) 

Winston-Salem, NX. (Carver HS) 

Chevy Chase, Md. (Gonzaga College HS) 

Rex, Ga. (Morrow HS) 

Hyattsville.Md. (Northwestern HS) 

Clinton, Md.(CrosslandHS) 

Ephrata, Pa. (Ephrata HS/Lackawanna JC) 

Suitland, Md. (Eleanor Roosevelt HS) 

Baltimore, Md. (City College HS) 

Morristown,N.J.(Morristown HS) 

Philipsburg, Pa. (Philipsburg-Osceola HS) 

Arlington, Va. (Gonzaga College HS) 

Forestville, Md. (Parkdale HS/Fork Union Military) 

Moravia, N.Y. (Moravia HS) 

Hagerstown.Md. (North Hagerstown HS/West Virginia) 

Germantown, Md. (Northwest HS) 

Hyattsville, Md. (Northwestern HS) 

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

Gaithersburg.Md. (Landon HS) 

Allison Park, Pa. (Central Catholic HS) 

Atlanta, Ga. (Benjamin Mays HS) 

North Massepequa, N.Y. (Farmingdale HS) 

Deptford,NJ.(DeptfordHS) 

Stockton, Calif. (BrooksideChristian/CCSF) 

Hereford, Md. (Hereford HS) 

Hampton, Va. (Hampton HS) 

Swedesboro, N.J. (Kingsway HS) 

Youngstown.Ohio (Cardinal Mooney HS) 

Randallstown, Md. (Western Tech HS) 

Norristown, Pa. (Norristown HS) 

New Cumberland, Pa. (Cedar Cliff HS/Lackawanna JC) 

Atlanta, Ga. (Booker T. Washington HS) 

Aberdeen, Md. (Aberdeen HS) 

Riverdale,Md.(DeMathaHS) 

Lawrenceville, Ga.(Brookwood HS) 

Sellersville, Pa. (Pennridge HS) 

Stephentown, N.Y. (Albany Academy) 

Midlothian, Va. (James River HS) 

Bowie, Md. (Bowie HS) 

Lakeland, Fla. (George Jenkins HS) 

Largo, Fla. (Seminole HS) 

Clinton, Md. (Friendly HS) 

Marion, Ohio (Harding HS) 

Germantown, Md. (Seneca Valley HS) 

Hyattsville.Md. (Northwestern HS) 

Raeford, NX. (Hoke County HS) 

Pittsburgh, Pa. (Fox Chapel HS) 

Silver Spring, Md. (Paint Branch HS) 

Toppa, Md. (Hargrave Military Academy) 

Baltimore, Md. (Calvert Hall HS) 

Washington, DC. (Dunbar HS) 

Rockville, Md. (DeMatha HS/West Virginia) 

Columbia, Md. (Howard HS) 



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m 

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m 






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■ 






2002 s*y&&i vtiivvt: 



No. 

85(d) 

8 

45 

si 

35(d) 

25 

46 

80 
22 
9) 
1 

18(d) 
65 
B8 
71 

K 

72 

76 

18(d) 

95 

85(d) 

23 

59 

54 

57 

21(d) 

90 

38(d) 

29 

34 

92 

61 

27 

66 

15 

19 

40 

13 

33 

50 




Name 


Pos. 


Hgt 


Wgt 


CI. 


Exp. 


Dan Melendtv 


WR 


6 2 


175 


Fr. 


HS 


Mario Merrills 


TB 


5-10 


197 


Fr. 


RS 


Shawne Mornman 


IfO 


6-3 


240 


Fr. 


HS 


Derek Miller 


TE 


6-8 


257 


Fr. 


RS 


Michael Miller 


LB 


6-0 


225 


Fr. 


HS 


Scooter Monroe 


WR 


62 


194 


Sr. 


3V 


Nick Novak 


PK 


6-0 


189 


So. 


IV 


Patrick O'Brien 


OG 


6-5 


310 


Fr. 


HS 


Onnie Onwucmene 


WR 


6-0 


194 


So. 


RS 


Rich Parson 


WR 


5-10 


174 


So. 


IV 


Akil (\itterson 


DT 


6-3 


294 


(r 


RS 


Bruce Perry 


TB 


5-9 


196 


Jr. 


2V 


Drew Phelan 


PK 


6-0 


195 


Fr. 


HS 


Adam Podlesh 


P 


5-10 


185 


Fr. 


HS 


Matt Powell 


OT 


6-4 


319 


Fr. 


RS 


Dave Quaintance 


DT 


6-5 


266 


Fr. 


HS 


Durrand Roundtree 


DE 


6-3 


256 


Sr. 


2V 


Darren Sanders 


TE 


6-4 


220 


Fr. 


HS 


Brad Schell 


TE 


6-5 


220 


Fr. 


HS 


Kyle Schmitt 


C 


6-5 


298 


So. 


IV 


Henry Scott 


DE 


6-1 


248 


So. 


RS 


Maurice Shanks 


WR 


6-4 


191 


So. 


IV 


William Shime 


NT 


6-4 


285 


Sr. 


2V 


Aaron Smith 


WR 


6-5 


203 


Fr. 


RS 


Andrew Smith Jr. 


SS 


6-0 


197 


Jr. 


IV 


Jeris Smith 


LB 


6-2 


215 


Fr. 


HS 


Maurice Smith 


LB 


6-0 


218 


So. 


IV 


Scott Smith 


DE 


6-4 


262 


Jr. 


2V 


Randy Starks 


DT 


6-4 


302 


So. 


IV 


Joel Statham 


QB 


6-1 


185 


Fr. 


HS 


Mike Steele 


DT 


6-5 


291 


Fr. 


RS 


Paul Stellacci 


WR 


6-2 


208 


Fr. 


HS 


Ty Stewart 


SS 


6-0 


202 


Sr. 


3V 


Steve Suter 


WR 


5-9 


187 


So. 


SQ 


Brandon Thomas 


TE 


6-5 


228 


Fr. 


RS 


Ed Tyler 


OG 


6-3 


304 


Jr. 


SQ 


Jo Jo Walker 


CB/WR 


5-10 


165 


Fr. 


HS 


ToddWike 


OG 


6-3 


303 


Sr. 


3V 


Curtis Williams 


LB 


6-2 


199 


So. 


IV 


Jafar Williams 


WR 


6-2 


195 


Jr. 


2V 


Madieu Williams 


FS 


6-1 


193 


Jr. 


RS 


Dennard Wilson 


SS 


5-11 


186 


Jr. 


2V 


Marcus Wimbush 


FS 


5-11 


190 


Fr. 


HS 


Andrew Wojcik 


LEO 


6-2 


240 


Jr. 


TR 



Hometown (High School/Last School) 

Lancaster, Pa. ( J.P McCaskey HS) 

Columbia, Md. (Wilde Lake HS) 

Upper Marlboro, Md. (Frederick Douglass HS) 

( uli li'Pa. (Boiling Springs HS) 

Aberdeen, Md. (Aberdeen HS) 

Abingdon, Md. (John Carroll HS) 

Charlottesville, Va. (Albemarle HS) 

Garden City, NY. (Garden City/Phillips Academy Andover) 

Silver Spring, Md. (Good Counsel HS/Frostburg State) 

Newark, Del. (Newark Academy) 

Frederick, Md. (Frederick HS) 

Philadelphia, Pa. (George Washington HS) 

Worcester, Pa. (Methacton HS) 

Pittsford, NY. (Pittsford Sutherland HS) 

Ft. Washington, Md. (Oxon Hill HS) 

Philadelphia, Pa. (Archbishop Ryan HS) 

Baltimore, Md. (Lansdowne HS) 

Pomfret, Md. (McDonough HS) 

Spencerville, Md. (Paint Branch HS) 

Latrobe,Pa.(DerryAreaHS) 

Baltimore, Md. (Kenwood HS) 

Hampton, Va. (Phoebus HS) 

Ft. Washington, Md. (Bishop McNamara HS) 

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

Fort Meade, Md. (Meade HS) 

Eldersburg, Md. (Liberty HS) 

Waldorf, Md.(WestlakeHS) 

Philadelphia, Pa. (George Washington HS) 

Waldorf, Md.(WestlakeHS) 

Chatsworth, Ga. (Murray County HS) 

Woodbine, Md. (South Carroll HS) 

Carmel,N.Y.(CarmelHS) 

Washington, D.C. (Anacostia HS) 

Manchester, Md. (North Carroll HS) 

Temple Hills, Md. (Potomac HS/Worcester Academy) 

Franklinville,N.J.(DelseaHS) 

Carrollton, Texas (Creekview HS) 

Lebanon, Pa. (Lebanon HS) 

Huntington Station, N.Y. (Huntington HS) 

Philadelphia, Pa. (George Washington HS) 

Lanham, Md. (Duval HS/Towson) 

Upper Marlboro, Md. (DeMatha HS) 

Washington, D.C. (Dunbar HS) 

Fallbrook, Calif. (Fallbrook HS/Palomar CO 



(d) indicates duplicate number. 

Key: ' indicates varsity letters earned; RS indicates redshirted in 200 1; SO indicates on squad in 200 1 but did not letter; HS indicates high school; TR indicates transfer. 

+ 

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Players Pronunciation 

Tosin Abari toe-suhn uh-BAR-ee 

Paschal Abiamiri A-BE-uh-meery 

Rob Abiamiri A-BE-uh-meery 

Curome Cox curr-OHM 

Eric Dumas DOO-mus 

Latrez Harrison luh-TREZ 

Sam Hollenbach hall-unblock 

O'Qwell Jackson _ duh-KWELL 

Gerrick McPhearson * pronounced with hard g 

Onnie Onwuemene on-WEM-uh-knee 

Akil Patterson uh-KEEL 

Adam Podlesh pod-lesh 

Durrand Roundtree duh-RAND 



William Shime SHE-may 

Joel Statham state-um 

Steve Suter rhymes with scooter 

Todd Wike rhymes with bike 

Jafar Williams juh-FAR 

Madieu Williams muh-DEE-ooh 

Dennard Wilson duh-NARD 

Coaches Pronunciation 

Tom Brattan rhymes with latin 

Ralph Friedgen FREE-jun 

Ray Rychleski rich-LESS-key 

Dave Sollazzo so-LAH-zo 

Charlie Taaffe ryhmes with half 



1 K 




2002 5&&&V*V Wkftttfe 





No. 


Name 


Pos. 


Hgt 


Wgt 


CI. 


Exp 




1 #* 


Bruce Perry 


TB 


5-9 


196 


Jr. 


2V 


■ 


2 


Chris Kelley 


QB 


6-2 


213 


So. 


SQ 




3 


Rob Abiamiri 


WR 


6-3 


216 


So. 


SQ 




4 «. 


Latrez Harrison 


WR 


6-3 


219 


Jr. 


2V 


*s±» 


5 ** 


James Lynch 


FB 


5-11 


271 


Jr. 


2V 


■L^^ 

.>«! 


6 


Domonique Foxworth 


CB 


5-11 


175 


So. 


IV 


^ 


7 


Scott McBrien 


QB 


6-0 


180 


Jr. 


RS 


8 


Mario Merrills 


TB 


5-10 


197 


Fr. 


RS 




9 


Jason Crawford 


TB 


6-2 


220 


So. 


IV 




11 


Orlando Evans 


QB 


6-0 


202 


Jr. 


TR 




12 


Sal Aragona 


WR 


5-8 


183 


Jr. 


SQ 




13 


Dennard Wilson 


SS 


5-11 


186 


Jr. 


2V 




14 


Sam Hollenbach 


QB 


6-5 


215 


Fr. 


HS 




15 


Curtis Williams 


LB 


6-2 


199 


So. 


IV 




16 


Brooks Barnard 


P 


6-2 


188 


Sr. 


3V 




17(d) 


Hunter Cross 


QB 


6-3 


211 


Jr. 


RS 




17(d) 


Reuben Haigler 


CB 


6-0 


179 


Jr. 


TR 




18(d) 


Adam Podlesh 


P 


5-10 


185 


Fr. 


HS 




18(d) * 


Maurice Shanks 


WR 


6-4 


191 


So. 


IV 




19 


Jafar Williams 


WR 


6-2 


195 


Jr. 


2V 




20 


Chris Downs 


TB 


5-8 


193 


Sr. 


IV 




21(d) 


Luke Kim 


CB 


5-9 


190 


Sr. 


RS 




21(d) 


JoelStatham 


QB 


6-1 


185 


Fr. 


HS 




22 


Rich Parson 


WR 


5-10 


174 


So. 


IV 




23 


Andrew Smith Jr. 


SS 


6-0 


197 


Jr. 


IV 




24 


Leroy Ambush 


LB 


6-1 


229 


Jr. 


2V 




ir **# 


Scooter Monroe 


WR 


6-2 


194 


Sr. 


3V 




26 


Raymond Custis 


FS 


5-8 


194 


So. 


IV 




27 


Jo Jo Walker 


CB/WR 


5-10 


165 


Fr. 


HS 




"JO #** 


Ty Stewart 


SS 


6-0 


202 


Sr. 


3V 




30 


Curome Cox 


CB 


6-1 


199 


Jr. 


2V 




31 


Chad Killian 


FB 


6-2 


265 


Sr. 


IV 




32 


Leon Joe 


LB 


6-1 


223 


Jr. 


2V 




33 


Marcus Wimbush 


FS 


5-11 


190 


Fr. 


HS 




34 


Steve Suter 


WR 


5-9 


187 


So. 


SQ 




35(d) 


J.P.Humber 


TB 


5-11 


205 


Fr. 


HS 




35(d) 


Michael Miller 


LB 


6-0 


225 


Fr. 


HS 




36 


Alan Grantham 


FS 


5-9 


185 


Fr. 


HS 




37 


Jamal Chance 


CB 


6-1 


196 


Sr. 


1V 




38(d) 


Gerrick McPhearson 


CB 


5-11 


190 


Fr. 


RS 




38(d) 


Paul Stellacci 


WR 


6-2 


208 


Fr. 


HS 




40 


Madieu Williams 


FS 


6-1 


193 


Jr. 


RS 




41(d) 


Justin Duffle 


FB 


6-2 


250 


Fr. 


HS 




41(d) 


Kevin Eli 


DE 


6-4 


260 


So. 


SQ 




42 


E.J.Henderson 


LB 


6-2 


250 


Sr. 


3V 




43 


Josh Allen 


TB 


5-11 


194 


Fr. 


HS 




44 


Bemie Fiddler 


FB/LB 


6-1 


234 


Jr. 


IV 




45 


ShawneMerriman 


LEO 


6-3 


240 


Fr. 


HS 




46 


Nick Novak 


PK 


6-0 


189 


So. 


IV 




47 


Jon Condo 


LEO 


6-3 


237 


So. 


IV 




48 

49(d) 

49(d) * 

50 

51 " 


William Kershaw 
Richard Benjamin 
Jamahl Cochran 
Andrew Wojcik 


LB 
LB 
LEO 
LEO 


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


205 
241 
241 
240 


Fr. 
Jr. 
So. 
Jr. 


HS 




SQ 

IV 
TR 


— 


52 

53 

54 ** 

56 

57 


D'Qwell Jackson 
Reggie Holmes 
Scot! Smith 
Jess; luttz 
Randy rks 


LB 
LB 
DE 
LS 
DT 


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


220 
234 
262 
232 
302 


Fr. 
Fr. 
Jr. 
Fr. 
So. 


HS 

HS 
2V 


— s 


RS 


TT^-^ 


IV 



Hometown (High School/Last School) 

Philadelphia, Pa. (George Washington HS) 

Germantown, Md. (Seneca Valley HS) 

Randallstown.Md. (Mount St. Joseph HS) 

Atlanta, Ga. (Booker T. Washington HS) 

Washington, D.C. (Dunbar HS) 

Randallstown, Md. (Western Tech HS) 

Rockville, Md. (DeMatha HS/West Virginia) 

Columbia, Md.( Wilde Lake HS) 

Forestville,Md.(Parkdale HS/Fork Union Military) 

Stockton, Calif. (Brookside Christian/CCSF) 

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

Upper Marlboro, Md. (DeMatha HS) 

Sellersville, Pa. (Pennridge HS) 

Huntington Station, N.Y. (Huntington HS) 

Arnold, Md. (Broadneck HS/Oklahoma) 

Hagerstown, Md. (North Hagerstown HS/West Virginia) 

New Cumberland, Pa. (Cedar Cliff HS/Lackawanna JC) 

Pittsford, N.Y. (Pittsford Sutherland HS) 

Hampton, Va. (Phoebus HS) 

Philadelphia, Pa. (George Washington HS) 

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

Silver Spring, Md. (Paint Branch HS) 

Chatsworth, Ga. (Murray County HS) 

Newark, Del. (Newark Academy) 

Fort Meade, Md. (Meade HS) 

Frederick, Md. (Thomas Johnson HS) 

Abingdon, Md. (John Carroll HS) 

Germantown, Md. (Northwest HS) 

Carrollton, Texas (Creekview HS) 

Washington, D.C. (Anacostia HS) 

Arlington, Va. (Gonzaga College HS) 

Pittsburgh, Pa. (Fox Chapel HS) 

Clinton, Md. (Friendly HS) 

Washington, D.C. (Dunbar HS) 

Manchester, Md. (North Carroll HS) 

Lakeland, Fla. (George Jenkins HS) 

Aberdeen, Md. (Aberdeen HS) 

Norristown, Pa. (Norristown HS) 

Ephrata, Pa. (Ephrata HS/Lackawanna JC) 

Columbia, Md. (Howard HS) 

Carmel,N.Y.(CarmelHS) 

Lanham, Md. (Duval HS/Towson) 

Gaithersburg, Md. (Landon HS) 

Deptford.N.J.(DeptfordHS) 

Aberdeen, Md. (Aberdeen HS) 

Bladensburg, Md. (Eleanor Roosevelt HS) 

Swedesboro, N.J. (Kingsway HS) 

Upper Marlboro, Md. (Frederick Douglass HS) 

Charlottesville, Va. (Albemarle HS) 

Philipsburg, Pa. (Philipsburg-Osceola HS) 

Raeford.N.C. (Hoke County HS) 

White Plains, Md. (McDonough/Charles County CO 

Morristown, N.J. (Morristown HS) 

Fallbrook, Calif. (Fallbrook HS/Palomar CC) 

Riverdale, Md. (DeMatha HS) 

Largo, Fla. (Seminole HS) 

Bowie, Md. (Bowie HS) 

Philadelphia, Pa. (George Washington HS) 

Toppa, Md. (Hargrave Military Academy) 

Waldorf, Md.(WestlakeHS) 



US 



2DD2 s^y&wi vtftcwft: 



. No. 


Name 


Pos. 


Hgt 


Wgt 


CI. 


Exp 


™ 58 


Ricardo Dickerson 


LB 


6-3 


230 


Fr. 


RS 


| 59 


M.iutice Smith 


LB 


6 


218 


So. 


IV 


60 


Jason Holm.m 


C 


6 2 


267 


Fr. 


RS 


) 61 


EdTyiei 


OG 


6-3 


304 


Jr. 


SQ 




65 


Matt Powell 


OT 


6-4 


319 


Fr. 


RS 




66 


ToddWike 


OG 


6-3 


303 


Sr. 


3V 




68 


Nathaniel Clayton 


C 


6-5 


310 


Fr. 


HS 




69 


Reggie Kemp 


OG 


6-4 


326 


So. 


SQ 




■o 


Stephon Heyer 


OT 


6-6 


290 


Fr. 


HS 




71 


Durrand Roundtree 


DE 


6-3 


256 


Sr. 


2V 




7.' * 


Kyle Schmitl 


C 


6-5 


298 


So. 


IV 


73 


Lamar Bryant 


OG 


6-3 


302 


Jr. 


2V 


1 74 


C.J.Brooks 


OT 


6-6 


309 


So. 


IV 


h 75 


Eric Dumas 


OT 


6-6 


308 


Jr. 


2V 




76 


Henry Scott 


DE 


6-1 


248 


So. 


RS 




77 


Russell Bonham 


OG 


6-4 


297 


Fr. 


RS 




78 


Matt Crawford 


OT 


6-6 


313 


Sr. 


3V 




79 


Lou Lombardo 


OT 


6-6 


303 


So. 


IV 




SD 


OnnieOnwuemene 


WR 


6-0 


194 


So. 


RS 




81 


Paschal Abiamiri 


WR 


6-2 


191 


Fr. 


HS 




82 "* 


JeffDugan 


TE 


6-4 


261 


Jr. 


2V 


" 83 


Derrick Fenner 


WR 


5-11 


183 


Fr. 


RS 


| 84 


Derek Miller 


TE 


6-8 


257 


Fr. 


RS 


85(d) 


Dan Melendez 


WR 


6-2 


175 


Fr. 


HS 




85(d) 


Aaron Smith 


WR 


6 5 


203 


Fr. 


RS 




86 


Brad Schell 


TE 


6-5 


220 


Fr. 


HS 




87 


Ryan Flynn 


TE 


6-4 


262 


So. 


SQ 




ss 


DaveQuaintance 


DT 


6-5 


266 


Fr. 


HS 




B9 


Chris Choice 


WR 


5-11 


175 


Fr. 


HS 




90 


Mike Steele 


DT 


6-5 


291 


Fr. 


RS 




91 


Akil Patterson 


DT 


6-3 


294 


Fr. 


RS 


1 92 


Brandon Thomas 


TE 


6-5 


228 


Fr. 


RS 


k 93 


Davian Bryan 


DT 


5-11 


281 


Fr. 


RS 


• 95 


William Shime 


NT 


6-4 


285 


Sr. 


2V 




96 


CJ.Feldheim 


NT 


6-3 


282 


Jr. 


2V 




97 


Tosin Abari 


DT 


6-0 


259 


Jr. 


SQ 




98 


Randy Earle 


LEO 


6-3 


229 


Fr. 


HS 




99 


Landon Jones 


DE 


6-4 


259 


Jr. 


IV 






Matt Brant 


FS 


6-0 


170 


Fr. 


HS 






David Holloway 


LB 


6-4 


210 


Fr. 


HS 






Patrick O'Brien 


OG 


6-5 


310 


Fr. 


HS 




Drew Phelan 


PK 


6-0 


195 


Fr. 


HS 




Darren Sanders 


TE 


6-4 


220 


Fr. 


HS 




Jeris Smith 


LB 


6-2 


215 


Fr. 


HS 


(d) indicates duplicate number. 














Key: ' indicates varsity letters earned; RS indicates redshirted ir 


200 1; SO indicates on squad 


in20i 







Hometown (High School/Last School) 

Hyattsville, Md. (Northwest* : 

Waldorf, Md.(WestlakeHS) 

Midlothian, Va. (James River HS) 

Frankllnv1lle,NJ.(0elseaHS) 

Ft. Washington, Md.(Oxon Hill HS) 

Lebanon, Pa. (Lebanon HS) 

Baltimore, Md (City College HS) 

Hyattsville, Md. (Northwestern HS) 

Lawrenceville,Ga.(BrookwoodHS) 

Baltimore, Md. (Lansdowne HS) 

Latrobe, PalDerry Area HS) 

Clinton, Md.(CrosslandHS) 

Rex, Ga. (Morrow HS) 

Atlanta, Ga. (Benjamin Mays HS) 

Baltimore, Md. (Kenwood HS) 

Winston-Salem, N.C. (Carver HS) 

Moravia, N.Y. (Moravia HS) 

Baltimore, Md. (Calvert Hall HS) 

Silver Spring, Md. (Good Counsel HS/Frostburg State) 

Randallstown, Md. (Mount St. Joseph HS) 

Allison Park, Pa. (Central Catholic HS) 

Hampton, Va. (Hampton HS) 

Carlisle, Pa. (Boiling Springs HS) 

Lancaster, Pa. (J. P. McCaskey HS) 

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

Spencerville, Md. (Paint Branch HS) 

Youngstown, Ohio (Cardinal MooneyHS) 

Philadelphia, Pa. (Archbishop Ryan HS) 

Suitland, Md. (Eleanor Roosevelt HS) 

Woodbine, Md. (South Carroll HS) 

Frederick, Md. (Frederick HS) 

Temple Hills, Md. (Potomac HS/Worcester Academy) 

Hyattsville, Md. (Northwestern HS) 

Ft. Washington, Md. (Bishop McNamara HS) 

Hereford, Md. (Hereford HS) 

Mt. Rainier, Md. (Good Counsel HS) 

North Massepegua, N.Y. (Farmingdale HS) 

Marion, Ohio (Harding HS) 

Chevy Chase, Md. (Gonzaga College HS) 

Stephentown, N.Y. (Albany Academy) 

Garden City, N.Y. (Garden City/Phillips Academy Andover) 

Worcester, Pa. (Methacton HS) 

Pomfret, Md. (McDonough HS) 

Eldersburg.Md. (Liberty HS) 

J but did not letter; HS indicates high school; TR indicates transfer. 



Players Pronunciation 

Tosin Abari toe-suhn uh-BAR-ee 

Paschal Abiamiri A-BE-uh-meery 

Rob Abiamiri A-BE-uh-meery 

Curome Cox curr-OHM 

Eric Dumas DOO-mus 

Latrez Harrison luh-TREZ 

Sam Hollenbach hall-un-block 

DQwell Jackson ^ duh-KWELL 

Gerrick McPhearson pronounced with hard g 

OnnieOnwuemene on-WEM-uh-knee 

Akil Patterson uh-KEEL 

Adam Podlesh pod-lesh 

Durrand Roundtree duh-RAND 



William Shime SHE-may 

Joel Statham state-um 

Steve Suter rhymes with scooter 

Todd Wike rhymes with bike 

Jafar Williams juh-FAR 

Madieu Williams muh-DEE-ooh 

Dennard Wilson duh-NARD 

Coaches Pronunciation 

Tom Brattan rhymes with latin 

Ralph Friedgen FREE-jun 

Ray Rychleski rich-LESS-key 

Dave Sollazzo so-LAH-zo 

Charlie Taaffe ryhmes with half 







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2002 5&h&&V VXtimfc. «e 



TERPS BY STATE 



Maryland (51) 



97 


Tosin Abari 


DT 


Jr. 


Mt. Rainier, Md. 


81 


Paschal Abiamiri 


WR 


Fr. 


Randallstown, Md. 


3 


Rob Abiamiri 


WR 


So. 


Randallstown.Md. 


43 


Josh Allen 


TB 


Fr. 


Bladensburg.Md. 


24 


Leroy Ambush 


LB 


Jr. 


Frederick, Md. 


16 


Brooks Barnard 


P 


Sr. 


Arnold, Md. 


49 


Richard Benjamin 


LB 


Jr. 


White Plains, Md. 




Man Brant 


FS 


Fr. 


Chevy Chase, Md. 


93 


Davian Bryan 


DT 


RFr 


Hyattsville.Md. 


73 


Lamar Bryant 


OG 


Jr. 


Clinton, Md. 


89 


Chris Choice 


WR 


Fr. 


Suitland, Md. 


68 


Nathaniel Clayton 


C 


Fr. 


Baltimore, Md. 


9 


Jason Crawford 


TB 


So. 


Fores tville, Md. 


17 


Hunter Cross 


QB 


Jr. 


Hagerstown.Md. 


26 


Raymond Custis 


FS 


So. 


Germantown.Md. 


58 


Ricardo Dickerson 


LB 


RFr 


Hyattsville.Md. 


41 


Justin Duffle 


FB 


Fr. 


Gaithersburg, Md. 


96 


C.J.Feldheim 


DT 


Jr. 


Hereford, Md. 


6 


Domonique Foxworth 


CB 


So. 


Randallstown.Md. 


42 


E.J.Henderson 


LB 


Sr. 


Aberdeen, Md. 


51 


Andrew Henley 


LB 


Jr. 


Riverdale, Md. 


53 


Reggie Holmes 


LB 


Fr. 


Bowie, Md. 


32 


Leon Joe 


LB 


Jr. 


Clinton, Md. 


2 


Chris Kelley 


QB 


So. 


Germantown.Md. 


69 


Reggie Kemp 


OG 


So. 


Hyattsville.Md. 


21 


Luke Kim 


CB 


Sr. 


Silver Spring, Md. 


56 


Jesse Kluttz 


LS 


RFr. 


Toppa.Md. 


79 


Lou Lombardo 


OT 


So. 


Baltimore, Md. 


7 


Scott McBrien 


QB 


Jr. 


Rockville, Md. 


38 


Gerrick McPhearson 


CB 


RFr. 


Columbia, Md. 


8 


Mario Merrills 


TB 


RFr. 


Columbia, Md. 


45 


Shawne Merriman 


LEO 


Fr. 


Upper Marlboro, Md 


35 


Michael Miller 


LB 


Fr. 


Aberdeen, Md. 


25 


Scooter Monroe 


WR 


Sr. 


Abingdon, Md. 


80 


OnnieOnwuemene 


WR 


So. 


Silver Spring, Md. 


91 


Akil Patterson 


DT 


RFr. 


Frederick, Md. 


65 


Matt Powell 


OT 


RFr. 


Ft. Washington, Md. 


71 


Durrand Roundtree 


DE 


Sr. 


Baltimore, Md. 




Darren Sanders 


TE 


Fr. 


Pomfret, Md. 


86 


Brad Schell 


TE 


Fr. 


Spencerville, Md. 


76 


Henry Scott 


DE 


So. 


Baltimore, Md. 


95 


William Shime 


NT 


Sr. 


Ft. Washington, Md. 


23 


Andrew Smith, Jr. 


SS 


Jr. 


Fort Meade, Md. 




Jeris Smith 


LB 


Fr. 


Eldersburg, Md. 


59 


Maurice Smith 


LB 


So. 


Waldorf, Md. 


57 


Randy Starks 


DT 


So. 


Waldorf, Md. 


90 


Mike Steele 


DT 


RFr. 


Woodbine, Md. 


34 


Steve Suter 


WR 


So. 


Manchester, Md. 


92 


Brandon Thomas 


TE 


RFr. 


Temple Hills, Md. 


40 


Madieu Williams 


FS 


Jr. 


Lanham.Md. 


13 


Dennard Wilson 


SS 


Jr. 


Upper Marlboro, Md 


California (2) 








11 


Orlando Evans 


QB 


Jr. 


Stockton, Calif. 


50 


Andrew Wojcik 


LEO 


Jr. 


Fallbrook, Calif. 



Delaware (1) 

22 Rich Parson WR So. Newark, Del. 

District of Columbia (3) 




w 



m 

is 

IP 



5 James Lynch 

29 Ty Stewart 

33 Marcus Wimbush 



FB 
SS 
FS 



Jr. 

Sr. 
Fr. 



Washington, DC. 
Washington, D.C. 
Washington, DC. 





















r 


Florida (2) 








Ohio (2) 








c? 


35 J.P.Humber 


TB 


Fr. 


Lakeland, Fla. 


87 


Ryan Flynn 


TE 


So. 


Youngstown.Ohio 




52 D'Qwell Jackson 


LB 


Fr. 


Largo, Fla. 


99 


Landon Jones 


DE 


Jr. 


Marion, Ohio 


e 


Georgia (5) 








Pennsylvania (17) 




19 


74 C.J.Brooks 


OT 


So. 


Rex.Ga. 


37 


Jamal Chance 


CB 


Sr. 


Ephrata, Pa. 


|9 


75 Eric Dumas 


OT 


Jr. 


Atlanta, Ga. 


47 


Jon Condo 


LEO 


So. 


Philipsburg, Pa. 




4 Latrez Harrison 


WR 


Jr. 


Atlanta, Ga. 


20 


Chris Downs 


TB 


Sr. 


Philadelphia, Pa. 


* 


70 Stephon Heyer 


OT 


Fr. 


Lawrenceville, Ga. 


82 


Jeff Dugan 


TE 


Jr. 


Allison Park, Pa. 




21 Joel Statham 


QB 


Fr. 


Chatsworth.Ga. 


36 


Alan Grantham 


FS 


Fr. 


Norristown.Pa. 


fa 


New Jersey (4) 






17 
14 


Reuben Haigler 
Sam Hollenbach 


CB 
QB 


Jr. 

Fr. 


New Cumberland, Pa. 
Sellersville, Pa. 


e 


49 Jamahl Cochran 


LEO 


So. 


Morristown.N.J. 


31 


Chad Killian 


FB 


Sr. 


Pittsburgh, Pa. 


€> 


41 Kevin Eli 


DE 


So. 


Deptford, N.J. 


85 


Dan Melendez 


WR 


Fr. 


Lancaster, Pa. 




44 Bernie Fiddler 


FB/LB 


Jr. 


Swedesboro, N.J. 


84 


Derek Miller 


TE 


RFr 


Carlisle, Pa. 


19 


61 Ed Tyler 


OG 


Jr. 


Franklinville, N.J. 


1 


Bruce Perry 


TB 


Jr. 


Philadelphia, Pa. 














Drew Phelan 


PK 


Fr. 


Worcester, Pa. 


^ 


New York (9) 

12 SalAragona 
78 Matt Crawford 
98 Randy Earle 
David Holloway 


WR 
OT 
LEO 
LB 


Jr. 
Sr. 
Fr. 

Fr. 


Staten Island, N.Y. 
Moravia, N.Y. 
No. Massepequa.N.Y. 
Stephentown.N.Y. 


88 
72 
54 
66 
19 


DaveQuaintance 
Kyle Schmitt 
Scott Smith 
Todd Wike 
Jafar Williams 


DT 
C 

DE 
OG 

WR 


Fr. 
So. 

Jr. 
Sr. 
Jr. 


Philadelphia, Pa. 
Latrobe, Pa. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
Lebanon, Pa. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 




Patrick O'Brien 
18 AdamPodlesh 


OG 
P 


Fr. 

Fr. 


Garden City, N.Y. 
Pittsford. N.Y. 


Texas (1) 








m 


85 Aaron Smith 


WR 


RFr 


West Point, N.Y. 


27 


Jo Jo Walker 


CB/WF 


Fr. 


Carrollton, Texas 


•9 


38 Paul Stellacci 
15 Curtis Williams 


WR 
LB 


Fr. 
So. 


Carmel.N.Y. 
Huntington Sta., N.Y. 


Virginia (5) 
















30 


Curome Cox 


CB 


Jr. 


Arlington, Va. 




North Carolina 




83 


Derrick Fenner 


WR 


RFr 


Hampton, Va. 


r 


77 Russell Bonham 
48 William Kershaw 


OG 
LB 


RFr 
Fr. 


Winston-Salem, N.C. 
Raeford, N .C. 


60 
46 


Jason Holman 
Nick Novak 


C 

PK 


RFr 
So. 


Midlothian, Va. 
Charlottesville, Va. 


r 










18 


Maurice Shanks 


WR 


So. 


Hampton, Va. 


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Offense (19) 


Offense (8) 




Note: 2001 starts/career nam in 


third colur 


Quarterback 


None 






Offense (8) 




1 






Quarterback Shaun Hill 




TB 


Bruce Perry 


11/11 




Tailback 


Jason Crawford, Chris Downs, Bruce Perry 






FB 


James Lynch 


7/7 


> 






Tailback Marc Riley 




WR 


Jafar Williams 


9/9 


> 


Fullback 


Bernie Fiddler, Chad Killian, James Lynch 






OT 


C.J.Brooks 


11/11 






Fullback None 




OT 


Matt Crawford 


11/31 


> 


Wide Receiver Latrez Harrison, Scooter Monroe.Rich I'.ir 






OG 


Lamar Bryant 


11/17 




son, Maurice Shanks, Jafar Williams 


Wide Receiver Guilian Gary, Ike Roberts, Daryl \ 


Whitmer 


OG 


ToddWike 


11/32 


\ 


Tight End 


Jeff Dugan 


Tight End Eric James, Matt Murphy 




TE 


Jeff Dugan 


10/20 


> 










Defensi 




1 


Line 


C.J. Brooks, Lamar Bryant, Matt Crawford, 


Line Melvin Fowler 




LB 


E.J.Henderson 


10/22 




Eric Dumas, Lou Lombardo, Kyle Schmitt, 






LB 


Leon Joe 


11/11 


> 




ToddWike 


Defense (12) 




DT 


C.J. Feldheim 


11/11 












DE 


Durrand RoundtreelO/15 


> 


Defense C 


Line Charles Hill 




CB 


CuromeCox 


10/19 




Line 


C.J. Feldheim, Landon Jones, Durrand 












) 




Roundtree, William Shime, Scott Smith, 


Linebacker Monte Graves, Reggie Lewis 


Marlon 


Special 




) 




Randy Starks 


Moye-Moore, Ryan Swift, Aaron Thomp 


p 


Brooks Barnard 


11/29 








son, Mike Whaley 




PK 


Nick Novak 


11/11 



Linebacker Leroy Ambush, Jamahl Cochran, Jon 
Condo, E.J. Henderson, Andrew Henley, 
Leon Joe.Maurice Smith, Curtis Williams 

Secondary Jamal Chance, Curome Cox, Raymond 
Custis, Domonique Foxworth, Andrew 
Smith, Ty Stewart, Dennard Wilson 

Specialists (2) 

Punter Brooks Barnard 



Secondary Richard Harrigan, Tony Jackson, Randall 
Jones, Rod Littles, Tony Okanlawon 



Specialists (1) 



Kicker 



Vedad Siljkovic 



Starters Lost (9) 
Offense (3) 

QB Shaun Hill 11/14 

WR Guilian Gary 11/24 

C Melvin Fowler 11/44 

Defense (6) 



Kicker 



Nick Novak 




DL 


Charles Hill 


11/26 


LB 


Aaron Thompson 


11/44 


LB 


Mike Whaley 


10/21 


FS 


Randall Jones 


11/18 


SS 


Tony Jackson 


11/24 


CB 


Tony Okanlawon 


7/29 


Specialists (0) 




2002 Lettermen at a Glance 


Offense 






Returning 


19 Lost: 8 


Defense 






Returning 


21 Lost 


:12 



Specialists 
Returning: 2 



Lost: 1 



2002 Starters at a Glance 

Offense 

Returning: 8 Lost: 3 



Defense 
Returning: 5 

Specialists 
Returning: 2 



Lost: 6 



Lost:0 






■'Llll 




HONORS 







E.J. Henderson, Sr., Linebacker 

The Sporting News (First Team) 
Lindy's (First Team) 
Playboy (First Team) 
Street & Smith's (First Team) 
Athlon (First Team) 
Collegefootballnews.com (First Team) 
National Defensive Player of Year, Lindy's 
No. 1 Linebacker, The Sporting News 
No. 1 Linebacker, Lindy's 

Bruce Perry, Jr., Tailback 

Lindy's (First Team) 

Street & Smith's (Second Team) 

Athlon (Third Team) 

Collegefootballnews.com (Third Team) 

No. 1 Running Back, Lindy's 

No.4 Running Back, The Sporting News 

Brooks Barnard, Sr., Punter 

Lindy's (First Team) 

Athlon (First Team) 

Street & Smith's (Second Team) 

Collegefootballnews.com (Third Team) 

No. 1 Punter, Lindy's 

No. 7 Punter, The Sporting News 

Todd Wike, Sr., Offensive Guard 

Lindy's (Second Team) 

Athlon (Second Team) 

Collegefootballnews.com (Second Team) 

Street & Smith's (ThirdTeam) 

No. 1 Offensive Guard, Lindy's 

No. 4 Offensive Guard, The Sporting News 



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2002 2G&&&I, ®kt%mfc 



MARYLAND QUICK FACTS 

GENEBAL 

Name of School University of Maryland 

City, Zip College Pack. 20742 



m 




Founded . 



. 1807 



Enrollment 33,006 

Nickname Terrapins, Terps 

School Colors Red, White, Black, Gold 

Stadium Byrd Stadium 

Capacity 48,055 

Surface Natural Grass 

Affiliation NCAA Division l-A 

Conference Atlantic Coast Conference 

President (Alma Mater, Year) Dr.C.D.Mote Jr. (California '51) 

Athletics Director (Alma Mater, Year) Deborah A.Yow (Elon 74) 



HISTOBY 

First year of football 1892 

All-time record 546-487-43 (.527/1076 games) 

All-time bowl/playoff record 6-10-2 

Years in postseason play 18 (1947-49-51-53-55-73-74-75-76-77-78-80-82-83-84-85-90-01) 

Last postseason appearance 2001 

Last postseason result lost to Florida, 56-23 (FedEx Orange Bowl, 1-2-02) 

MEOIA GELATIONS 

Associate A. D./Media Relations Dave Haglund 

Office 301-314-7064 

Home 301-879-2518 

E-Mail haglundifwam. umd.edu 

Assistant SID/Football Contact Greg Creese 

Office 301-314-7065 

Home 301-887-1199 

E-Mail gcreese@wam.umd.edu 

Press Box Phone 301-405-7810 

Media Relations Mailing Address 2725 Comcast Center, Terrapin Trail, College Park, MD 20742-0295 

WebSite 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 Through 

Charlie Taaffe (Siena College '75) Off. Coordinator/Quarterbacks 

Gary Blackney (Connecticut '67) Def. Coordinator/Secondary 

Tom Brattan (Delaware 72) Offensive Line 

James Franklin (East Stroudsburg '95) Wide Receivers 

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

Ray Rychleski (Millersville 79) Special Teams Coordinator/Tight Ends 

Rod Sharpless (Maryland 75) Inside Linebackers 

Al Seamonson (Wisconsin '82) Outside Linebackers/Special Teams Asst 

Dave SolLazzo (The Citadel 77) Defensive Line 

Tom Deahn (Heidelberg '87) Director of Football Operations 

Mitch Wilkens (Tennessee '97) Video Coordinator 

Brian Flinn (Mount Union '97) Graduate Assistant 

Greg Sesny (Catholic '99) Graduate Assistant 

Sandy Worth (Maryland 73) Athletic Trainer 

Dwight Gait (Maryland '81) Strength & Conditioning Coach 

TEAM INFORMATION 

2001 overall record 10-2 

2001 conference record/finish 7-1 (First/ACC champions) 

2001 final rankings 10th (ESPN/USA Today), 11th (A.P.) 

Basic offense Multiple 

Basic defense Multiple 

Letterwinners returning: Offense: 19 Defense: 21 

Specialty: 2 Total: 42 

Lettermen lost: Offense: 8 Defense: 12 

Specialty: 1 Total: 21 

Starters returning: Offense: 8 Defense: 5 

^ Specialty: 2 Total: 15 



Ralph Friedgen 

, Maryland 70 

10-2(1) 

same 

301-314-7095 

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h Defensive Tackle 

y 6-0 • 259 • Jr.-SQ 

mt. Rainier, hid. (Good Counsel HS) 

On Abari: Hard-working fourth-year junior who will fight 
for playing time at nose tackle ... has gotten bigger every 
year since walking on at Maryland in 1999 . . . enters fall 
third on the depth chart. 

2001 (Sophomore): Saw actioninfive games... (vs. EMU) 
Registered his first career tackle on an 1 1 -yard sack. 

2000 (Redshirt Freshman): Saw action in two games 
(MiddleTennessee & Wake Forest) but did not record a tackle. 

1999 (Freshman): Redshirt season. 

High School: A four-year letterwinner and 1 999 graduate of 
Good Counsel High School in the Washington, D.C. 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 wres- 
tling . . . representative on the student council. 

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 
... a Maryland scholar-athlete in 2000 and 2001 . 





Wide Receiver 
6-3*216*So.-SQ 
Randallstown, Md. 
(mount St Joseph HS) 

On Abiamiri: A strong rec iver with ideal size who worked 
his way to the top of the depth chart prior to the fall of 2001 
before succumbing to a foot injury which limited his ability 
to compete ... has excellent strength and strong footwork 
for a player his size ... an intelligent, coachable player . . . 
could be a factor in 2002 if he can stay healthy. 



2001 (Redshirt Freshman): Appeared in four games with 
no starts ... was hampered all season by a condition in his 
right foot. 

2000 (Freshman): Redshirt season. 

High School: A 2000 graduate of Mount St. Joseph High 
School in Baltimore, Md. ... a two-year varsity performer ... 
blossomed as a senior by earning first team all-state and 
All-Mid-Atlantic honors from SuperPrep and PrepStar ...was 
also named to the Baltimore Sun's All-Metro team ...totaled 
1 3 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 basketball 
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 ...brother, Paschal, is 
a freshman wideout on this year's team . . . majoring in let- 
ters and sciences ... a Maryland scholar-athlete in 2001 . 



pick by PrepStar md an all-region choice by SuperPrep ... as 
a junior, helped lead his team to the state 3A title game and 
an 1 1 -2 record ...totaled 1 25 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 Defensive Player of theYearas a junior ...was 
a second team all-state selection as a sophomore in 1996 
after rushing for more than 800 yards and helping his team 
to a 10-2 record ... 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. 



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Career Statistics 



Defense C-GS UT 

I 2000 9-0 4 

J 2001 11-0 4 

\Career 20-0 8 



TT 

8/0.9 

8/0.7 

16/0.8 



TFL Sacks 

0-0 0.0-0 

1-5 1.0-5 

1-5 1.0-5 



Int. 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 




Linebacker 

6-1 • 229 • Jr.-2V 

Frederick, hid. (Thomas Johnson HS) 

On Ambush: Junior who could play a bigger role at line- 
backer this season ... a strong special teams performer . . . 
finished spring atop the depth chart at strongside linebacker 
(where he was a backup in 2001) . . . competing with 
redshirt freshman Ricardo Dickerson for the starting job . . . 
player who runs well . . . posted a 500-pound squat in the 
spring, an improvement of 45 pounds from a year ago. 

2001 (Sophomore): Saw action in all 11 games ... fin- 
ished the season with eight tackles (four solo) and one sack 
. . . successfully overcame a dislocated right wrist suffered 
in the spring . . . (Vs. UVa) had the biggest play of his career 
by recovering a blocked punt for a touchdown to put Mary- 
land up 24-7 at halftime ...it was the first time that a Mary- 
land player returned a blocked punt for a touchdown since 
1992 when Jermaine Lewis scored vs. Georgia Tech. 

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 line- 
backer spot . . . season-high three total tackles vs. Wake For- 
est .. . had two assisted tackles vs. Middle Tennessee State. 

1 999 (Freshman): Redshirt season. 

High School: Graduated in 1999 from Gov.Thomas Johnson 
High School in Frederick, Md. ... consensus all-state line- 
backer as a junior in 1997 but was limited to just four games 
as a senior after suffering a dislocated elbow early in the 
fifth game of the season ...was leading his team in rushing 
and scoring at the time of the injury ...was an All-American 



Wide Receiver 

5-8*183* Jr.-SQ 

Staten Island, N.Y. (hlonsignor 

Farrell HS/St. John's Univ.) 

On Aragona: A walk-on who switched from cornerback to 
wide receiver in the offseason . . . saw action on special 
teams last season . . . hard-working player who played on 
the offensive side of the ball (running back, quarterback) as 
a scholarship player at St. John's in 1999 . . . an Iron Terp 
with a 665 strength index. 

2001 (Redshirt Sophomore): Saw action in two games 
... (vs. EMU) made his first appearance as a Terrapin ... re- 
corded one tackle. 

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 12 rush- 
ing yards and three receptions as a frosh. 

High School: A two-year letterwinner and 1998 graduate 
of Monsignor Farrell High School in Staten Island . . . played 
quarterback and free safety . . . threw for more than 1 ,400 
yards as a senior despite breaking his wrist in the third game 
of the season ... had 22 passing and nine rushing touch- 
downs in his career . . . also intercepted two passes as a se- 
nior ... an all-league selection and CHSFL all-star . . . 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 Rosemary 
Aragona . . . lists his parents as the people he most admires 
. . . cousin Giuseppe Aguano was a 2001 football signee at 
Duke . . . majoring in psychology and family studies. 



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Punter 

6-2* 188*Sr.-3V 

Arnold, Md. 

(Broadneck HS/Oklahoma) 

On Barnard: An All-America and Ray Guy Award candidate 
who enters his senior season as Maryland's leader in career 
(43.9), single-season (44.7 in 2000) and single-game (53.8 
vs. Temple. 2000) punting averages ... the nations fourth 
leading returning punter from 2001 after posting a 44.5-yard 
average had a net punting average of 40.4 yards per game, 
fourth best in the nation ...a first team all-conference pick 
andasemifinalistfor the RayGuy Award lastyear . . . tall.lean, 
athletic specialist who owns six of the top 12 single-game 
punting efforts in Maryland history . . has games where he 
can find the"' zone' and play a major role in the game's out- 
come from a field position standpoint . . has opened each of 
the last two seasons with huge outings (53.8 average against 
Temple in 2000 and 50.4 average against UNC in 01 ) ... has 
started all but one game the past three seasons . . . could also 
compete for kickoff duties this season . . . serves as the Terps' 
holder . came up big in that capacity a year ago in the Geor- 
gia Tech game, snaring an errant snap on Nick Novak's game 
tying 46-yarder . . set the all-time record for clean and jerk 
by a kicker at Maryland (281 ) and ran 4.65 in the 40-yard dash 
in spring testing ... a preseason first team AII-ACC selection 
by/7ieS/wrf)>)C(A/ewsandafirstteamAII-American by Athlon 
and Collegefootballnews.com . . . local product who originally 
went to Oklahoma to pursue a degree in meteorology. 

2001 (Junior): Starting punter in all 11 games plus the 
Orange Bowl ... a Ray Guy Award semifinalist ... first team 
AII-ACC and an ACC All-Academic team selection . . . second 
team All- America by the Football News ... ranked seventh 
in the NCAA in punting (44.5) ...net punting average ranked 
fourth in the NCAA ... had 1 7 punts downed inside the 20 ... 
(vs. NCSU) punted four times for an average of 43 yards per 
kick ... boomed one punt over 50 yards (52) and also had 
one punt inside the 20 ... (vs. CU) had another solid outing, 
punting four times for an average of 43.5 yards per punt 
including three kicks inside the Clemson 20 ...boomed a 47- 
yard punt on his first kick of the game to pin Clemson on its 
own five-yard line ... kicked a 51-yarder on his second at- 
tempt ... (vs. FSU) punted six times for an impressive 47.3 
average ... boomed one punt over 50 yards (53) and also 
pinned the Seminoles on the three-yard line in the first half 
... (vs. Duke) kicked just one punt for 43 yards ... punt came 
on the last play of the game ... if Barnard did not punt, it 
would have been only the second time in school history that 
Maryland did not punt in a game [vs. 6T) punted seven 
times for an average of 44.7 yards per kick ...saved the game 
with his excellent placement of a high snap on the game- 
tying field goal that forced overtime ...(vs. WVU) totaled 10 
punts for an average of 44.6 yards per punt ... had two punts 
inside the 20 and three punts over 50 yards ... (vs. WFU) 
boomed a season-best 59-yard kick ...(vs. UNC) punted eight 




times for 50.4 yards ...named ACC Specialist of the Week ... 
following his first punt (27 yards) of the day, he ran off seven 
straight punts over 50 yards ... downed six balls inside the 
20 and two of those inside the 10 ... had a net average of 
46.1 in the game. 

2000 (Sophomore): An 11 -game starter who finished 
fourth nationally with a school record average 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 AII-ACC . . . finished sec- 
ond 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 av- 
k erage in the opener vs.Temple, besting the previ- 

• _ ous single-game mark of 52.7 yards per punt 

■>-- set in 1993 by Milanovich vs W State 

punted five times for a 51 .0-yard aver- 
^k t agevs.Virginiaandfourtimesfot 

vk I a 49.8 yard average vs. 

' J I Clemson. 

1999(Redshirt Fresh- 
man): Played in eight games, 
starting seven . . . third team Fresh- 
man 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 Maryland's full-time punter against Wake For- 
est, team rose 41 positions in NCAA net punting statistics 
(103rd to 62nd) . . . following an eight-yarder in his second 
punt at Wake, he boasted 39 punts the rest of the year for 
1 ,687 yards and a 43.3-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 Geor- 
gia Tech; was named the No. 1 punter the following week. 

1998 (Freshman): Attended Oklahoma for one semester 
in the fall before transferring to Maryland. 

High School: A four-year letterwinner and graduate of 
Broadneck High School in 1998 . . . helped BHS to a 24-16 
record in four seasons; 16-5 as a 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 goals . . . four-year all- 
county selection . . . all-state as a junior and senior ... ac- 
tive in Fellowship of Christian Athletes. 

Personal: Brooks Alexander Barnard was born Novem- 
ber 4, 1 979 ... son of John and Karen Barnard . . . ma- 
joring in kinesiology . . . named after former Ori- 
oles third baseman Brooks Robinson . . . would 
like to pursue a career as an on-air meteorolo- ^^^ 
gist after concluding his playing days. 



Career S 








latisiics 






Punting CCS 


Puna Ydi 


A vi] 


IP 


1999 8 7 


42 


42 1 


62 


2000 11 -11 


49 2.191 


447 


85 


2001 11-11 


54 2,401 


44.5 


59 


lotah 10 29 


145 6,359 


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85 





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Linebacker 

6-1 • 241 • Jr.-SQ 

White Plains, IVkL (McDonough HS/ 

Charles County CO 

On Benjamin: Player who walked on last fall . . . works at 
the middle linebacker position. 

High School: A three-year letterwinner and 1999 gradu- 
ate of McDonough High School in Pomfret, Md. . . . was a 
kicker for his first two years at MHS before playing offensive 
and defensive line (in addition to kicking) as a senior . . . 
named his team's most improved player as a senior .. . also 
threw the shot and discus . . . placed third in the discus at 
the '99 Maryland 2A state championships. 

Personal: Richard Alexander Benjamin was born May 18, 
1981 inWashington.D.C. . . son ofWilliam and Joanne Ben- 
jamin . . . majoring in geography . . . father played football 
at Northeastern in 1965-66. 




Offensive Guard 
6-4 • 297 • Fr.-RS 
Winston-Salem, N.C. (Carver HS) 

On Bonham: Second-year player who has the ideal physi- 
cal attributes of a college lineman . . . came to Maryland in 
good shape and has improved his strength since his arrival 
. . . posted the largest strength improvement of any Terp 
offensive lineman in the offseason . . . improved his bench 
(+25 pounds), clean (+44 pounds) and sguat (+30 pounds) 
numbers . . . likely gearing up for the possibility of a start- 
ing role in 2003 . . . will be counted on to provide added 
j depth in the meantime. 



2001 (Freshman): Redshirt season. 

High School: A four-year letterwinner and 2001 graduate 
of Carver High School in Winston-Salem, N.C. . . . started all 
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 jun- 
ior in the state to earn first team honors . . . was also an All 
North Piedmont Conference selection and that conference's 
offensive player of the year as a senior . was selected to 
play in the North Carolina Shrine Bowl Ait '.far game . . . 



rated by ESPN. corn's Tom Lemming as one of the top 25 of- 
fensive 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 1 998 Class 3A State Cham- 
pionship along the way . . . CHS went 14-1 in 2000, win- 
ning 14 straight before falling in the state semifinals . . . 
threw the shot put for the track team . .. was also 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 Jimmieand Carmen Bonham ... maintains a 

3.1 GPA . . . planned major is physical education . . . nick- 
name 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. 




man along with Melvin Fowler ...registered a team-high six 
"big blocks" (pancakes, downfield, etc.) ...offense averaged 
7.7 yards per play and totaled 34 first downs ... had an ex- 
cellent block to spring Shaun Hill for his 57-yard touchdown 
run ... nominated for ACC Offensive Lineman of the Week ... 
played 56 snaps ... (vs. WFU) nominee for ACC Rookie of the 
Week ...graded out as the Terps' third-best performer and 
played 66 snaps. 

2000 (Freshman): Redshirt season. 

High School: A 2000 graduate of Morrow High School in 
Morrow, Ga. ...capped his senior season in 1999 by earning 
honorable mention all-state (Class AAA) honors and first 
team all-area recognition ... graded out at 84 percent 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. ... majoring in com- 
munications ... a Maryland scholar-athlete in 2000 and 
2001. 



Offensive Tackle 
6-6 • 309 • So.- IV 
Rex, Ga. (Morrow HS) 

On Brooks: Second-year player who will enter 2002 as a 
player to watch on the Terp offensive front . . . earned a 
starting job at left tackle in the spring of last year as a 
redshirt freshman and staved off a challenge from Eric 
Dumas in the offseason ... a Freshman Ail-American last 
year ... a very technical blocker who.despite his youth, has 
a firm grasp of the offense and blocking schemes . . . takes 
pride in finishing his blocks ... has good feet and ideal size 
for his position . . . improved his squat by 
80 pounds (up to 620 pounds) in the 
offseason ... a preseason second 




team AII-ACC selection by The 
Sporting News. 



. 



2001 (Redshirt Fresh- 
man): Started every 
game including the Or- 
ange Bowl ...a third team 
Freshman Ail-American 
by The Sporting News . . . 
graded out as the Terps' 
toplinemanonceandthe 
second-best lineman 
three times (Eastern 
Michigan, Georgia 
Tech and Clemson)... 
(vs.NCSU) started at 
left tackle and 
played 51 snaps ... 
(vs. Duke) had one of 
the finest games of 
his young career /~ 
... graded out as \ f. 
Maryland's top " 
offensive line II ^ 




Nose Tackle 

5-1 1 • 281 • Fr.-RS 

Hyattsville, md. (Northwestern HS) 



On Bryan: Walk-on defensive lineman who is at Maryland 
on an academic scholarship ... hard worker with a 
great work ethic who has impressed coaches 
with his work on the scout team. 

' High School: A three-year letterwinner 
and 2001 graduate of Northwestern High 
School in Hyattsville, Md played offen- 
sive tackle all three years and defensive tackle 
as a senior . . . named to the Prince George's 
County all-star team as a senior ... also 
named PG County Scholar-Athlete of the Year 
in 2001 . . . team owned a 23 9 record in his 
three years . . . high school coach was Ed 
Shields. 

Personal: Davian Bryan was born Sep- 
tember 20, 1983 in Silver Spring, Md. 
... son of Burchell and Marcia Bryan 
. . . majoring in electrical engineering 
with a minor in business . . . worked 
forthe U.S. Customs Service in Wash- 
ngton.D.C. 

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Olfensive Guard 

6-3 • 302 • Jr.-2V 

Clinton, Md. (Grassland HS) 

On Bryant: Junior who is one of four returning starters on 
the offensive line . . . one of the strongest players on the 
team .an Iron Terp with a 738 strength index (seventh- 
best on the team and tops on the offensive line) and the 
all-time squat record for a Maryland offensive lineman (695 
pounds) . . . squat record was set in spring testing this last 
year . . . squatted 1 4 reps of 505 pounds on testing day . . . 
430-pound bench is also best among Terp linemen ... has 
good feet and excels at pulling. 

2001 (Sophomore): Started all 1 1 games plus the Orange 
Bowl ... graded out as the teams third-best lineman vs. West 
Virginia and Virginia ...(vs. NCSU) started at right guard and 
played 73 snaps ... (vs. CU) played a season-high 88 snaps. 

2000 (Redshirt Freshman): Talented 
young prospect who figured into the 
mix on the offensive line ... did not 
play in the first two games of the sea- 
son, but came on to play in the final jteg 
nine games, earning a to 
tal of six starts at right 
guard . . . entered the 
season listed No. 2 on 
the depth chart behind 
Bob Krantz but seized 
the opportunity 
move into a start 
ing role when 
Krantz was both- 
ered by injuries. 

1999(Fresh- 
man): 

Redshirt 
season . . . 
a local prep 
signee who 

was expected to have an impact 
as a true freshman until he frac- 
tured the fifth metatarsal in his left 
foot on the first day of fall camp. 

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 Georges 4A choice as a senior ... 
named an All-American by PrepStar and 
an all-region selection by SuperPrep ... 
played both offensive tackle and defen- 
sive tackle as a senior ... credited with 33 pancake blocks 
and allowed just one sack ...on defense, he totaled 48 tack- 



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mi iilti'ir.i' , i r ii I cti'fi-ri'.ivt' t.iiklr ,r, .1 junior, hi', tir.1 ,(',! 
son of organized football ... also played varsity basket- 
ball ... high school was coach Alan Arrington. 

Personal: Lamar Cornell Bryant was born January 11, 
1981 ...son of Ivey Ray Bryant and Elizabeth Washington 



... majoring in criminal justice 



sive back and was named that league's Offensive Player of 
the Year in '98 . . . was a first team all-section choice at WR 
and DB as a junior ... had a career-high 56 receptions as a 
junior. 

Personal: Jamal Chance was born January 26, 1981 ... is 
the son of Jean Chance .. . major is computer science. 





Cornerback 

6-1 * 196*Sr.-1V 

Ephrata, Pa. 

(Ephrata HS Lackawanna JC) 

On Chance: Senior who could challenge for playing time 
at cornerback . . . athletic enough to cover and big enough 
to be strong in run support . . . performed well in the spring 
and will, at a minimum, provide solid depth ... a two-year 
starter at safety in junior college who is versatile enough to 
play any spot in the defensive backfield . . . timed at 4.5 in 
the 40-yard dash in spring testing. 

2001 (Junior): Sawactionin lOgames. .. finished thesea- 

son with 1 3 tackles (10 solo) . . . spent the majority of his 

time on special teams . . . (vs. EMU) made two tackles ... 

deflected a punt on special teams ... (Vs. UNO made his 

debut in aTerrapin uniform ...tallied one solo tackle. 



Junior College: Attended Lackawanna Junior 

College in Scranton, Pa a two-year starter at 

safety ... had 28 tackles, five interceptions and 
seven PBUs in 2000 to go along with two fumble 
recoveries and one forced fumble ... tied for sec- 
ond nationally as a freshman with seven inter- 
ceptions . . . also had 54 tackles, two sacks and 
seven pass breakups ... 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 1 0- 1 after posting its 
first perfect regular season in school history . . . 
team finished the year ranked 10 ,h 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, Pitts- 
burgh, 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 starter who 

saw playing time at wide receiver and defensive 
back ... had 30 catches for 461 yards and seven 
touchdowns as a senior despite missing the last 
four games of the season with an injured knee 
... was a first team All-Lancaster/Lebanon 
League selection as a wide receiver and defen- 



Linebacker 

6-0*241 -So.-lU 

Morristown. N J. (Morristown HS) 

On Cochran: Player who will get a chance to vie for a start- 
ing spot at the "Leo" outside 
linebacker position this 
season ... moved to 
the top of the depth 
chart after spring 
drills . . . strong 
player who ex- 
cels against the 
run ... an Iron 
Terp with the 
fourth-highest 
strength index on 
the team (738) and 
highest among out- i 
side linebackers... 
posted a 705 
pound squat, best 
ever among 
Maryland line- 
backers. 

2001 (Redshirt Fresh- 
man): Played in 10 
games... finished theyear 
with 12 tackles (five solo) 
and oneTFL... (Vs. rSW fin- 
ished with a career-high five 
tackles ...also recorded two quarter 
back hurries ...(vs. Duke) totaled two tack- 
les ...also recorded his first career tackle for 
loss for minus one yard 

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 - 
record and a third straight NJSIAA North Jersey (Section 
2,Group 3) title as a senior ... had a dominant two-way per 






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Personal: Jamahl Donovan Cochran was born December 5, 
1981 ...son of Sophia Cochran and James Smith ...majoring 
in economics. 

Career Statistics ^ 

Defense fi-GS UT AT TT TFL Sacks Int. 

2001 10-0 5 7 12/1.2 1-1 0-0 0-0.,- 1 



also had three interceptions ... was a unanimous All-Big 8 
Conference selection as a running back, linebacker and 
punter ...nominated to play in the Big 33 All-Star game ... 
as a junior, was a first team all-conference selection as a 
running back, linebacker and punter after rushing for 1 ,008 
yards and nine touchdowns while averaging 1 7 tackles per 
game ...set school career records for rushing yards (2,700) 
and tackles (374) ....also wrestled (was rated No. 1 as a se- 
nior) and played baseball (three-year starting catcher) ... 
honor roll student ...high school coach was Chris Davidson. 

Personal: Jonathan Wade Condo was born August 26, 1 981 
...son ofVicki and Richard Condo ...majoring in biology and 
education ... a Maryland scholar-athlete in 2001. 




Linebacker 
6-3 • 237* So.- IV 
Philipsburg, Pa. 
(Philipsburg-Osceola HS) 

On Condo: Second-year player who heads into fall as the 
backup at the "Leo" linebacker and the starting long snap- 
per after a year manning that position . . . performed well 
in his first season at long snapper . . . battling Jesse Kluttz 
for the starting snapping duties. 

2001 (Sophomore): Played in all 1 1 regularseason games 
and the Orange Bowl, starting every game as the team's long 
snapper ... helped prevent opponents from blocking a 
single punt or field goal attempt all year . . . made three 
tackles (two solo) on the season. 

2000 (Freshman): Redshirt season. 



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High School: A 2000 graduate o 
Philipsburg-Osceola High 
School in Philipsburg, Pa 
... named first team 
all-state by the 
Pittsburgh 
Post-Gazette as 
a senior after 
rushing for nearly 
1,000 yards and total 
ing more than 100 
tackles, includ- 
ing 13 sacks ... 




Cornerback 
6-1 • 199» Jr.-2U 
Arlington, Va. 
(Gonzaga College HS) 

On Cox: Third-year starter at 
cornerback who will enter '02 as the 
Terrapins'most experienced defensive 
back . . . listed atop the depth chart 
at one corner spot after starting 19 
games over the last two years ... a 
strong corner who excels in press cover 
age schemes ... has the ability to throw 
receivers off of their initial routes ... a sure 
tackier who is solid in run support ... an Iron 
Terp for the third straight year . . . posted a 
340-pound bench press, 525-pound sguat and 
a 36-inch vertical jump for a 709 strength in- 
dex, topsamongall defensive backs . . . apre- 
season second team AII-ACC selection by The 
Sporting News. 

2001 (Sophomore): Started in 10 games 
(played in all 1 1 ) as well as the Orange Bowl ... 
made 34 tackles, 29 of which were unassisted . . . 
had three interceptions and three pass breakups ... 
ranked 77th in the NCAA in interceptions per game with 
0.27 ... (vs. CU) intercepted his third pass of the year and 
returned it to the Clemson two-yard line ...the INT led to 
the Terps' third touchdown of the game and put the con- 
test out of reach at 24-6 ... (vs. TSU) intercepted a pass for 
the second straight game ...also totaled four solo tackles ... 
(vs. FSU) turned in a solid effort, with three solo tackles and 
an interception ... the interception was his first of the sea- 
son and led to a field goal ... (vs. CT) did not start for the 



first time in 2001 due to a shoulder injury ... played in the 
second half and was in on four tackles ...(vs.UVa) had five 
tackles ...four of the five stops were solo tackles ...also forced 
a fumble and had a pass breakup. 

2000 (Redshirt Freshman): Started nine of 10 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 solos) ... fin- 
ished second on the team with two interceptions . . . had 
pickoffs vs. Middle Tennessee State and Wake Forest ... ca- 
reer-high eight total tackles vs. Virginia ... had six stops vs. 
WestVirginia . . . 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, D.C. ... 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 To- 
day. ..as a senior in 1 998, averaged an impressive 25.8 yards 
per reception, catching 22 passes for 567 yards and nine 
touchdowns ... on defense, recorded five interceptions ... 
averaged nearly 21 yards on eight punt returns ... helped 
his team to a final record of 11 -2 and a final ranking of No.9 
by the Washington Post .... Gonzaga captured the WCAC 
South Division title and reached the WCAC championship 
game vs. DeMatha ...was a preseason Ail-American by 
PrepStar prior to his senior year ...was a starter at wide re- 
ceiver and cornerback as a junior in 1997 when Gonzaga 
went 1 2-1 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 Feb- 
ruary 28, 1981 ...son of Linda Foster ...ma- 
joring in family studies ... a Maryland 
scholar-athlete in 1999and2001. 






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Tailback 

6-2 -220 -So.- IV 
Forestville, Md. (Parkdale HS 
Fork Union Military) 

On Crawford: A big luck who saw action as a truefiesh 
man should benefit from his first full spring with the 
team run tough to tackle after picking up 

was t.ukled for only five yards worth of losses on 
.ear ago . . . could Till the short-yardage role 
vacated by 01 senior Marc Riley . . . second-leading return 
ing ball carrier for theTerps from a year ago. 

2001 (Freshman): Saw action in seven games as a true 
trosh finished the year fourth on the team in rushing 
with 146 yards on 36 carries with two touchdowns ... av- 
eraged a solid 4.1 yards per carry ...(Vs. TSU) carried the ball 
I \ times for a career-high 47 yards ... also scored a touch 
down on a three-yard run ... (vs. Duke) rushed seven times 
for 25 yards ... also caught one pass for seven yards ... the 
seven yard reception was Crawford's first career catch ...(Vs. 
EMU) rushed for 38 yards on eight carries ... scored his first 
career touchdown from two yards out. 

Prep: Attended Fork Union Military Academy in Fork Union, 
Va. where he played tailback . . ran for 320 yards and four 
touchdowns in four games at Fork Union . . F.U.M.A. had 
two other backs who verbally committed at Division l-A 
schools (Raymond Kirkley, Pittsburgh: Leshon Peoples, Indi- 
ana) . . . clocked at 4.5 in the 40 . . . coached by Mickey 
Sullivan 

ffeV 

High School: Attended Parkdale 
High School in Riverdale. Md. 
was a standout tailback and 
linebacker at PHS ... ran 
for 1.6 10 yards and 18 
TDs as a senior 
top game 
of his se- 
nior sea- 
son came 
against 
High Point 
when he 
scored four 
TDs (two rush, 
one kickoff re 
turn, one in- 
terception) 
. . . notched 
14 tackles 
and an in- 
tercep- 
tion re- 
turn for a 
TD in his 



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All Met running bai team Big School all 

I I'repSlar All-Amen 
id an all-region selection by SuperPitp named a 
second team All Ameril an by Max Emfinger . . . also com- 
peted in tiac k initially signed with Ninth ( arolina out of 
high school . . . was also recruited by Pittsburgh, Miami and 
Auburn . . . coached by Bob Johnson. 



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the son of J.D. Gross and Saone Inn. 
for the terrapins from I9i , Ralph 

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Offensive Tackle 
6-6*313* Sr.-3V 
Moravia, N.Y. (Moravia HS) 

On Crawford: Fifth-yearseniorwhosuccessfully returned from 
surgery on a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee and 
posted a strong 2001 campaign at right tackle . .. had not 
missed a start in his career prior to the injury, which happened 
in practice prior to the 2000 North Carolina game . . . came on 
strong this past spring and has noticeably improved his mobil- 
ityfromayearago . . . agutsyplayerwith good sizeand strength 
. . . a career 31 -game starter entering his senior year . . . earned 
his bachelors degree this past spring. 

2001 (Junior): Started all 1 1 games and the Orange Bowl 
at right tackle ...a second team AII-ACC selection on an of- 
fense that finished 1 1th nationally in rushing and 16th in 
total offense . . . named the recipient of the Brian Piccolo 
Award, an honor given to the Atlantic Coast Conference foot- 
ball player who is considered the conference's "most coura- 
geous'' ... had the fewest missed assignments of any Mary- 
land lineman and was flagged for just two penalties all sea- 
son .. . graded out as the Terps' top offensive lineman vs. 
Eastern Michigan ... graded out as the team's second-best 
lineman vs. North Carolina, West Virginia and Virginia ... 
played a season-high 87 snaps vs. Virginia. 

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

1999 (Redshirt Freshman): A second-team Freshman 
All-America selection by The Sporting News as a redshirt 
freshman . . . started all 1 1 games at right tackle for an of- 
fensive unit that led the ACC and finished 12th nationally in 
rushing yards per game (231.4) . . . part of an offensive line 
that allowed a league-low 1 1 sacks ... the Terps finished 
54th nationally in total offense, jumping 51 spots from the 
previous year. 

1998 (Freshman): Redshirt season. 



High School: A four year letterwinner and 1998 graduate 
of Moravia (N.Y.) High School .a first team all-state selec- 
tion in 1997 by the New York Sportswriters Association ... 
rated New York's No. 8 prospect overall by SuperPrep, the No. 
8 offensive line prospect in the Big East Region in the pre- 
season by PrepStor and the No. 14 overall prospect in the 
state by Tom Lemming ... started every game for four sea- 
sons ... played both ways (offensive tackle and defensive 
tackle) in addition to handling his team's placekicking and 
punting chores ...selected to the "Golden 50"sguad,an all- 
star game matching the top players from Hew York and New 
Jersey ...also was named a Section IV Conference all-star ... 
as a defensive player he to- 
taled 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 
graduated with a degree 
in criminology and crimi- 
nal justice this past May. 




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Quarterback 
6-3*211* Jr.-RS 
Hagerstown, Md. (North 
Hagerstown HS/ West Virginia) 

On Cross: Quarterback in his second year at Maryland who 
sat out '01 due to NCAA transfer rules . . . transferred from 
West Virginia just prior to the start of last season . . . hard- 
working player with good size who worked his way into the 
third spot on the depth chart in the offseason ... set the 
all-time record for a clean and jerk by a QB at Maryland with 
a 308-pound effort on testing day. 

2001 (Junior): Sat out the season due to NCAA transfer 
rules ... named scout team player of the week for the West 
Virginia game. 

2000 (West Virginia): Spent his sophomore season at WVU 
but did not see any game action . . . named rookie of the week 
for his preparation in practice for the Rutgers game. 

1 999 (Penn State): Walked on at Penn State after playing 
at Hargrave Military Academy. 



High School: A four-year 
letterwinnerand 1998graduate 
of North Hagerstown High f 

School in Hagerstown, Md 4 

passed for over 1,300 yards 
and ran for over 450 as a 
senior... team cap- 
tain that year who 
earned status as 
Area Player of the 
Year (Hagerstown 
Herald-Mail) and 
Washington County 
Offensive Player of 
the Year ... also 
gained all-league 
and all-county recog- 
nition ... also com- 
peted in track ... had 
the 1 5th-best time in the 
nation in '98 in the 55- 
meter high hurdles (7.3 
seconds) ... high 
school coach was his fa- 
ther, Glenn Cross. 




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Personal: Glenn 
Hunter Cross was born 
October 28, 1980 in 

Cumberland, Md son of 

Glenn and Catherine Cross 
. . . majoring in American 
Studies . . . enjoys fly fishing . . . lists 
his father as the person he most admires 



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Free Safety 

5-8*194*So.-1V 

Germantown, Md. (Northwest HS) 

On Custis: A young, physical player who was moved from 
cornerback to safety prior to the 2001 season ... a hard 
worker who will get a shot at playing time with two safe- 
ties departing from a year ago . . . had a solid spring and 
offseason . . . earned Iron Terp status with a 703 strength 
index that included a 365-pound bench and a 490-pound 
squat. 

2001 (Redshirt Freshman): Saw action in eight games, 
all on special teams ... did not record any statistics. 

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 cornerback/safety ... earned 
first team all-state honors at running back for small schools ... 
also was an honorable mention All-Met selection by the Wash- 
ington 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 Ga- 
zette and the Mont- 
gomery Journal ... 
named an All-Ameri- 
can by PrepStar... eight 
of his touchdowns went for 
at least 40 yards ...was the start- 
ing point guard on the basketball 
team as a junior ... was a region 
champion in the 200 meters in out- 
door track as a junior ... high school 
coach was Randy Trivers. 

Personal: Raymond Andrew 
Custis was born February 1 5, 1982 
...son of Hope and Harvey Custis 
... majoring in art studio ... a 
Maryland scholar-athlete in 2000 
and 2001. 



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Linebacker 

6-3 • 230 • Fr.-RS 

Hyattsville, md. (Northwestern HS) 

On Dickerson: Promising second-year linebacker who will 
compete for the starting job at strongside linebacker as fall 
camp opens . . . finished spring just behind junior Leroy 
Ambush on the depth chart at the"Sam" position ... hard- 
nosed player who runs well and has dramatically improved 
his size and strength since enrolling at Maryland ... has 
good instincts and likes to hit ... showed promise in his 
play on the defensive scout team last year. 

2001 (Freshman): Redshirt season . . . named defensive 
scout team Player of the Year (along with safety Madieu 
Williams) for his work on the practice field. 

High School: A three-year letterwinner and 2001 gradu- 
ate of Northwestern High School in Hyattsville, Md. ... a 
three-year varsity starter who saw playing time 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 reception, and one fumble recovery) . . . had 63 tackles 
and three sacks as a junior . . . also ran for over 250 yards 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 UMass.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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Tailback 
5-8* 193-Sr.-1V 
Philadelphia, Pa. (Malvern Prep/ 
Valley Forge military) 

On Downs: An elusive runner who could see playing time 
.11 tallbai k was used a year ago on special teams and 
■.Minis to see action on cover units again in '02 . . . an Iron 
Terp who posted a 550-pound squat and 4.44 time in the 
40-yard dash in spring testing . . strength index of 709 was 
best among tailbacks. 

2001 (Redshirt Junior): Played in the final six games of 
the season as well as the Orange Bowl . . . was primarily 
used on special teams but saw action in two games (Duke 
and Iroy State) at tailback . . . rushed four times for 1 4 yards 
returned one kick 21 yards. 

2000 (Junior): Redshirt season. 

Junior College (Freshman/Sophomore): A 2000 gradu- 
ate of Valley Forge Military Academy and College in Wayne, 
Pa. ... a two-year starter who totaled 2,013 rushing yards 
and 23 touchdowns ...rushed for 925 yards and 12 touch 
downs on just 87 carries in 1999 after totaling 1,088 yards 
and 11 touchdowns on 148 carries in 1998 ..junior college 
coach was Jim Burner 

Vj, High School: A three-year 
letterwinner and graduate of 
Malvern Prep in Phila- 
delphia ...enjoyed 
a tremendous 
k. ^H A| prep career, earn 

^^f ing Philadelphia 

^^^ ^^m Daily News Inter- 
-«^ \ #" h *"^^ £ { Academic Player 

i of the Year hon- 
B ors in 1997 ... 

W was la,er 
^^^►^ ^\ ^^^^^ named the In- 
ter-Academic 
League Player of the 
Decade by the Phila- 
delphia Doily News ... 
established a single- 
season city league record 
forrushingyards(2,198)and 
tied ma rks for rushing TDs (29) 
and total touchdowns (31), all 
as a senior in 1997 ... in his ca- 
reer, he scored 54 touchdowns 
overal, including 50 on the ground. 

Personal: Christopher Michael Downs was bom March 26, 
1979 ...son of Dee J. and Joan Downs ... majoring in family 
studies ... has a brother who is an assistant coach at the 
University of Pennsylvania. 




Fullback 

6-2 • 250 • Fr.-HS 

Gaithersburg, Md. (Landon HS) 

On Duffie: First-year fullback who will provide added depth 
at one of the deepest and most talented positions on the 
roster . . . walked on prior to spring ball ideal fullback 
size . . . originally came to Maryland to play lacrosse. 

High School: A three-year letterwinner and 2000 gradu- 
ate of Landon High School in Bethesda, Md played full- 
back, outside linebacker, tight end and nose tackle as a prep 
... a first-team all-county selection as a senior and honor- 
able mention as a junior . . . posted 285 career tackles and 
33 sacks . . . team defensive MVP as a senior ... led the In- 
terstate Athletics Conference in tackles in 2000 . . . also let- 
tered in lacrosse and basketball . . . honorable mention All- 
Met in lacrosse. 

Personal: Justin Charles Duffie was born August 25, 1981 
in Washington, DC. ... son of Jon and Judy Duffie . . . ma- 
joring in communications . . . lists Zach Thomas of the Mi- 
ami Dolphins as his favorite athlete. 




Tight End 
6-4 • 261 • Jr.-2V 
Allison Park, Pa. 
(Central Catholic HS) 

On Dugan: A talented tight end who enters his third 
season as a starter ... a viable postseason honors can- 
didate . . . was the starter a year ago, but shared time 
with Matt Murphy depending on the situation . . . will 
be counted on this season to become a more integral 
part of the passing game . . described by his coaches 
as the best blocking tight end in the conference . . 
big. strong, physical tight end who has good hands 
and runs well after the catch . . finished second 
on the team in receptions as a redshirt frosh in 
2000 . . . named a preseason first team AII-ACC 
tight end by The Sporting News. 




2001 (Sophomore): Startei m io (if ii regulai 

gami inge Bowl . 

against u< 51 .rni'dthenod 

.. . had seven recepl Ions lor 64 yards and a touchdown 

(vs.Duke) caught twopassr", for ;; y.irrl-. hauled In •< four 

yard touchdown pass from Shaiin Hill t 0| mi n, 

28-7 in the second quartet thi "mrhdown grab was 

Dugan In i Dl the season and the second of his rareer ... 

(Vs.WfUJmadehi'.fir.t reception 

2000 (Redshirt Freshman): A 10 game Marter at tight 
end . . . finished second on the team in receptions (25) and 
receiving yards (319) ... named the Terps' Freshman of the 
Year ... opened the season with 12 catches in tin- fir ■ 
games, closed the campaign with 1 3 receptions in the final 
five games . . . lone touchdown reception (10 yards from 
Calvin McCall) came against Wake Forest . . had career per- 
sonal highs for receptions (5) and receiving yards (91) vs. 
Middle Tennessee State. 

1999 (Freshman): Redshirt season. 

High School: Graduated in 1999 from Central Catholic High 
School in Pittsburgh, Pa. ...rated the top tight end prospect 
in the state of Pennsylvania, according to recruiting analyst 
Tom Lemming. ..caught 20 passes in 1998 for 225 yards and 
four touchdowns ... had 1 1 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 re- 
coveries as a 
senior ..col- 
lected 98 
tackles 
with seven 
TFLs and 
three sacks as 
ajunior...was 
a first team 
all-league de- 
fensive 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 bom April 8, 1981 

..son of Kathy and Pat Dugan ... 

majoring in business and finance ... 

a Maryland scholar-athlete in 1999 and 

2000. 



> Career Statistics 

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2000 11-10 25 

2001 11-11 7 
Career 22-21 32 





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Ws 


TO 


IP 


319 


12.8 


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64 


91 


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18 


383 


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Offensive Tackle 
6-6 • 308 • Jr.-2V 
Atlanta, Ga. (Benjamin mays HS) 

On Dumas: Junior lineman with ideal tackle size who adds 
depth and experience to the offensive line ... an athletic 
player for his position with long arms and good feet . . . 
battling sophomore C.J. Brooks for the starting job at left 
tackle . . . posted an impressive 34-inch vertical jump on 
testing day in the spring . . . was switched from defensive 
line to the offensive line during fall of 1999. 

2001 (Sophomore): Played in all 11 regular season games 
and the Orange Bowl as a backup at tackle . . . [vs. NCSU) 
came in for one of the more memorable moments of the 
season as he was called on for a key fourth-and-five con- 
version on the game-winning drive after two of his team- 
mates collided and were knocked out of the game . . . played 
23 snaps of that ACC-clinching contest. 

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



1999 (Freshman): 

Redshirt season. 



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Defensive End 
6-4 • 260 • So.-SQ 
Oeptford, N.J. (Deptford HS) 

On Eli: Redshirt who was moved from rush end/outside 
linebacker to defensive end prior to last season . . . enters 
fall behind Durrand Roundtree and Scott Smith on the depth 
chart. 

2001 (Redshirt Freshman): Did not see any game ac- 
tion. 

2000 (Freshman): Redshirt season. 

High School: A three-year letterwinner and 2000 gradu- 
ate of Deptford High School in Deptford, N.J. ... All-America 
choice by PrepStar ... earned first team All-Tri County, first 
team All-Group III and first team All-South Jersey [Phila- 
delphia Inquirer) honors as a senior ... totaled 72 tackles, 
including 19 TFLs and 12 sacks ...opponents would gener- 
ally run away from his side ... blocked a punt and a PAT at- 
tempt ...three-time first team All-Tri County ...also played 
tight end ... played on a state championship team as a jun- 
ior ...team finished 9-3 in 1 998 ...team captain ...outstand- 
ing 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 ... a 
Maryland scholar-athlete in 2000 and 2001 . 



High School: Graduated in 1999 
from Benjamin Mays High School in At- 
lanta, Ga. ... four-year letterwinner in 
football and three in basketball ... se- 
lected as team captain and a mem- 
ber of the All-Metro football team 
... was a postseason all-region 
choice by SuperPrep ... blocked eight 
field goals and extra points in his ca- 
reer . . . posted 29.5 sacks in his ca- 
reer ... as a junior, blocked three 
field goals and two extra-point at 
tempts in addition to registering 45 tackles and 
eight sacks . . . coach was Larry Hellen. 

Personal: Eric LeBaron Dumas was born April 30 
1981 ...son of AltheastineNabors ... major- 
ing in communications. 






Quarterback 
6-0* 202 • Jr.-TR 
Stockton, Calif. 
(Brookside Christian HS/CCSF) 

On Evans: Athletic quarterback who transferred to Mary- 
land after a strong year at the junior college level in Cali- 
fornia last season . . . began his collegiate career at the 
University of Oregon . . . finished spring drills as the No. 
2 quarterback, behind Scott McBrien . . . intelligent, 
athletic quarterback whothrowsandrunswell ... has 
picked up the system surprisingly well despite his short 
time in College Park. 



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Junior College: Graduated from City College of San Fran- 
cisco where he played one season at the California junior 
college powerhouse after transferring from Solano Commu- 
nity College in Suisun City, Calif. . . . rated the No. 23 JC pros- 
pect in the country (all positions) by SuperPrep ... at CCSF 
in 2001, he led his team to the mythical national champi- 
onship and an undefeated season .. . completed 165 of 251 
(.657) passes for 2,391 yards and 28 touchdowns ... fin- 
ished the season as the state's second-rated passer, posting 
a quarterback rating of 179.4 ... CCSF went 12-0 in 2001, 
defeating Palomar College 61 -1 2 in the California Commu- 
nity College championship game ... it was the 36th con- 
secutive win and third straight state title for CCSF ... in the 
state title game, Evans threw four touchdown passes, includ- 
ing three in the first half as CCSF built a 47-0 lead ... in all, 
Evans was 1 6 of 28 for 208 yards and was selected the of- 
fensive player of the game ... in a big matchup vs. Sacra- 
mento CC, Evans had a hand in all seven of his team's touch- 
downs (five passing, two rushing) in a 50-22 victory ... in 
addition to finishing the season as the state's second-rated 
passer, Evans finished 1 0th in the state in total offense (260.1 
ypg) ... Evans directed an offensive unit that averaged 
457.5 yards per game ... as a freshman at Solano CC, Evans 
finished 21st in the state in total offense (207.8 ypg) while 
directing an offensive unit that finished ninth in the state 
in total yards (439.7 ypg) . . . junior college coach was 
George Rush. 

Oregon: Redshirted the 1999 season at the University of 
Oregon before transferring prior to the start of the fall 2000 
season . . . participated in spring drills in 2000, completing 
3 of 10 passes for 30 yards in the spring game ... combined 
to complete 9 of 16 passes for 233 yards one touchdown 
and one interception in two other major spring scrimmages 
... in 1999, during his redshirt freshman season, the Ducks 
went 9-3 and defeated Minnesota in the Sun Bowl. 

High School: Graduated from Brookside Christian High 
School (Stockton, Calif.) in 1999 . . . was considered one of 
the more athletic signal-callers on the West Coast as a se- 
nior .. . rated the fourth-best QB and 48th-best player over- 
all on SuperPrep's list of top players in the West ... named 
Superior California Athletic League MVP after completing 
161 of 230 (.700) passes for 2, 782 yards and 37 touchdowns 
... led Brookside Christian to a 9-2 record in only its second 
year of existence . . . also rushed for more than 500 yards 
and scored 1 3 touchdowns rushing . . . received five of 10 
votes on the long Beach Press-Telegram'i Best in the West 
listing . . . earned all-state recognition from Cal-HiSporH in 
addition to pulling down all-area and All-San Joaquin 
County honors . . . was nominated to play in the California- 
Texas all-star game ... a multi-sport athlete who captured 
honorable mention All-America honors in basketball after 
helping lead his team to a Division V state title and the state 
finals as a point guard . . . also ran the third leg on the 
school's 4x100-meter relay team which advanced to the 
state track and field finals .. . selected Maryland over Iowa, 
Oregon Sate, Indiana, Mississippi State and Kansas. 

Personal: Orlando Antone Cordell Evans was born Decem- 
ber 26, 1980 in Seattle, Wash. ... son of Olivia Collins . . . 
has two sisters . . . majoring in criminology and criminal 
justice. 



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Nose Tackle 
6-3 • 282 • Jr.-2W 
Hereford, mil. (Hereford HS) 

On Feldheim: Third-year player who successfully made the 
transition from end to tackle last year ... is making the shift 
this year to nose tackle where he will be replacing Charles Hill 
... has improved with each season as a collegian ... has 
added almost 50 pounds since arriving as a true freshman 
(was 235 at the time of his arrival) . . . one of five defensive 
linemen to earn Iron Terp status for their work in the weight 
room . . . posted a 595-pound sguat and a 330 pound clean 
an intelligent player who showed a good mix of run-stop- 
ping and pass-rushing skills in his first year at tackle . .. most 
experienced returnee 
on the defensive in- 
terior. 




2001 (Sophomore): 

Started all 11 regular sea- 
son games as well as the 
Orange Bowl ... had 36 
tackles (19 solo) including 
five tackles for loss and three 

• sacks ... also batted down 

one pass and had three guar- 
\^f^^ terback hurries afirstteam 
Verizon CoSIDA Academic All- 
District selection . . . (vs. CU) re- 
¥*±jT; corded his third sack of the year while 

also finishing with four tackles ... (vs. 
£ TSU} finished with one sack to go along 

with three tackles ... (Vs.Owte,) finished with 
one sack for minus two yards ... (vs. GT) to- 
taled five tackles including three solo stops ...(vs. WVU) had 
a career-high six tackles (three solo) ...notched his first sack 
of the season ... (vs. WFU) made three tackles including one 
for loss (minus three yards) ... (vs. UNO made his first career 
start at defensive tackle ... credited with two solo tackles 
and had one guarterback hurry. 

2000 (Freshman): Appeared in four of the teams last five 
games of the season ... one of just five true freshmen to 
see action for the Terps . . . played as a reserve on the de- 
fensive line . . . made first career appearance in the Wake 



Forest game . . . also saw action vs. Duke, NC State and Geor- 
gia lech totaled six tackles (five solo) . . . career high 
three solo stops (including a sack) vs. NC State. 

High School: A 2000 graduate of Hereford High School in 
Parkton,Md....atwo 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 state title 
(1997) and twice reaching the state semifinals (1998, 1999) 
...as a senior in 1999, totaled 14 sacks, 29TFLs and 66 total 
tackles ...as a fullback, rushed 77 times for 792 yards and 1 3 
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 Na- 
tional 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 eco- 
nomics ... a Maryland scholar-athlete in 2000. 




Career Statistics 



Defense 6 0S UT 

2000 4-0 5 

2001 11-11 19 
Career 15-11 24 



AT 

1 

17 

18 



TT 

6/1.5 

36/3.3 

42/2.8 



TH Sacks Int. 

1-7 1.0-7 0-0 

5-22 3.0-18 0-0 

6-29 4.0-25 0-0 




Wide Receiver 
5-11 • 183»Fr.-RS 
Hampton, Va. (Hampton HS) 

On Fenner: Second-year player who has steadily improved 
since arriving at Maryland and will likely see playing time 
this season . . . enters fall camp listed second on the depth 
chart behind Scooter Monroe . . . hard-working player with 
good guickness who coaches feel is on his way to develop- 
ing into a strong player ... has good speed and posted a 36 
1/2-inch vertical jump on testing day. 

2001 (Freshman): Redshirt season. 

High School: A three-year prep lerterwinner who 
split time between Hampton and Kecoughton high 
schools in Hampton, Va. . . . graduated from Hamp- 
ton in 2001 ... played his first year at Kecoughton be 
fore transferring for his final two years at Hampton . . 
played defensive back all three years and wide receiver his 
final two . . . second team all-district at defensive back as a 
senior . . . team captain in 2000 . . . HHS went 20-4 in his 
final two years . . . was also recruited by Virginia and Con- 
necticut . . . high school coach at Hampton was Mike Smith. 

Personal: Derrick Donnell Fenner was bom on Christmas Day, 
1982 in Hampton, Va... son of Darryl and Reglin Fenner . . . 
one of six children ...enrolled in the college of letters and sci- 
ences . . . lists his parents as the people he most admires. 



Fullback/Linebacker 
6-1 • 234 • Jr.- IV 
Swedesboro, N J. (Kingsway HS) 

On Fiddler: Player who enters 2002 with the possibility of 
playing on either side of the ball . . a physical fullback who 
performed well in 01 ... spent spring at linebacker in an 
effort to add depth at the position and ensure that Fiddler's 
talent is not wasted (fullback is one of the deepest posi- 
tions on the roster) ... at fullback,a strong isolation blocker 
who also has solid pass-catching skills .. . 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. 

2001 (Sophomore): Saw action in all 11 regular season 
games as well as the Orange Bowl . . . rushed four times for 
13 yards . . . (vs. EMU) rushed for 13 yards on three carries, 
his first time carrying the ball at Maryland ...(vs. UNQ made 
several key blocks, especially in the second half ... had a great 
block on Scooter Monroe's touchdown. 

2000 (Redshirt Freshman): Saw action in each of the 
last six games, primarily on special teams . . . made one un- 
assisted tackle. 



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1999 (Freshman): 
Redshirt season. 





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1999 graduate of 
■ Kingsway High 
V School in 

Swedesboro, N.J. ... 
was named an All- 
American by SuperPrep 
and all-region by 
PrepStar ... was also a 
first team All-South Jersey 
selection as a senior ... rated 
the No. 3 running back in the 
state in the preseason by recruiting 
analyst Tom Lemming ...a two-time 
1 ,000-yard rusher in his career ... 
as a senior, ran for 1,134 yards 
and 19 touchdowns ... caught 
15 passes for 235 yards (15.7 
average) ...on defense, totaled 
112 tackles, including 50 solo 
stops ...also had five intercep- 
tions, 15 caused fumbles and 
five fumble recoveries ...earned 
first team Tri-County Conference 
honors on both sides of the ball 
for the third consecutive season in 
1998 ...was a two-time first team All- 
Group II selection on defense, earning 



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the honor as a junior and senior ... as a junior, rushed for 
1 ,001 yards and nine touchdowns while averaging 7.9 yards 
per carry ... on defense, totaled 90 tackles, three sacks and 
six caused fumbles ...started at inside linebacker as a sopho- 
more when Kingsway advanced to the state title game. 

Personal: Bernard Enrico Fiddler was born July 26, 1981 ... 
son of Bernard and Anna Fiddler ...majoring in family stud- 
ies. 



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Rushing CCS An Net Avg TO LP 

2000 6-0 

2001 11-0 4 13 3.2 6 
Career 17-0 4 13 3.2 6 




Tight End 
6-4 • 262 • So.-SQ 
Youngstown, Ohio 
(Cardinal Mooney HS) 

On Flynn: Third-year player who seeks increased playing 
timewiththegraduationofMatt Murphy . . . a good blocker 
. . . competing with redshirt frosh Derek Miller for playing 
time behind juniorJeff Dugan . . . could see timein two tight 
end sets and blocking situations. 

2001 (Redshirt Freshman): Saw action in three games 
... did not have any receptions . . . earned playing time 
against Eastern Michigan, Duke and Troy State. 

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-Northeastern Ohio se- 
lection as a senior ...also named honorable mention all-state 
... selected to play in the Big 33 All-Star game ... team cap- 
tain as a senior ... two-way starter at tight end and defen- 
sive end in 1999 ... graded out at 86 percent for the season 
in a run-oriented offense (only 80 passes thrown all sea- 
son) ... considered by his coaches to be one of the finest 
blocking tight ends in school history ... standout first 
baseman on the baseball team ...high school coach was Don 
Bucci. 

Personal: Ryan Patrick Flynn was born January 16, 1982 ... 
son of Patricia and Thomas Flynn ... major is criminology & 
criminal justice ... a Maryland scholar-athlete in 2000and 
2001. 




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Cornerback 
5-11 *175»So.-1V 
Randallstown, hid. 
(Western Tech HS) 

On Foxworth: Athletic cornerback who enters the fall as 
the starter at cornerback opposite Curome Cox . . . played 
well when pressed into action as a true freshman . . . one of 
the best work ethics on the team . . . size and strength have 
improved tremendously since join- 
ing the collegiate ranks . . . had the 
highest jump in strength numbers 
of all defensive backs and the 
second-highest jump on the 
team ... an Iron Terp with a 
290-pound bench, 520-pound 
sguat and 708 strength index 
... should benefit from last 
year's experience. 



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inaugural 1-95 Challenge Senior All-Star Football Classic en 
route to being named the game's MVP ... rushed for 1,040 
yards, had 73 tackles and five interceptions as a junior . . . 
an All-American and 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 
consensus all-state 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 defensive back as a junior 
. . . benches 230 and squats 345 .. . carried GPA of better 
than 3.0 .. . ran track as a freshman but gave it up to con- 
centrate on football . . . lists NC State, Purdue and Pittsburgh 
among the 1 3 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 . . . majoring 
in letters and sciences. 





Career Statistics 



6-GS 

2-2 



AT 




TT 

8/4.0 



1-3 



Sacks 

0-0 



Int. 

0-0 



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2001 (Freshman): Started the final 
two games of the regular season and 
saw playing time in the Orange Bowl 
. . . finished the season with eight 
tackles (all solo), one tackle for loss 
and two pass breakups ... was 
slated to redshirt before injuries 
necessitated his start vs.Clemson 
... one of four true freshmen to 
see playing time ... (vs. CU) 
made his first apperance in a 
Maryland uniform and got the 
start at one of the 
cornerback spots ... 
played an outstand- 
ing game, finishing 
with five solo tackles 
and one TFL ... also de- 
fended two passes ... participated in spring 
drills after graduating early from high school. 



High School: Graduated from Western Tech High School in 
Baltimore in the fall of 2000 . . . accumulated enough cred- 
its to graduate early and enroll at Maryland in the spring 
... a three-year starter at defensive back and tailback . . . 
also handled kick returns .. . racked up 4,871 career all-pur- 
pose yards and a school-record 43 TDs . . . ran for 1,369 yards 
(school record) and 22 TDs as a senior . . . also caught three 
TDs, passed for four and ran two kicks back for scores . . . 
accounted for 2,037 all-purpose yards as a senior ... as a 
cornerback, recorded a school-record 14 interceptions . . . 
had 170 yards rushing and scored on a 62-yard run in the 



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Free Safety 
"Jfl 5-9 -185-Fr.HS 



Norristown, Pa. (Norristown HS) 

On Grantham: First year walk-on who will look to pro- 
vide depth in the defensive backfield. 

High School: A two-year letterwinner and 2001 graduate 
of Norristown High School in Norristown, Pa earned all- 
area recognition as a cornerback in 2000 . . . played strong 
safety as a junior ... team went 21-5 in his two years and 
won the Suburban I League twice ... also lettered two years 
in track ... ran the 400 and 800 meters and threw the jav- 
elin. 

Personal: Alan Kent Grantham was born January 10, 1983 
in Norristown, Pa son of Berdetta Grantham . . . major- 
ing in letters & sciences ... an honor roll student in high 
school . . . lists his mother as the person he most admires. 



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Wide Receiver 
6-3-219 -Jr. -2 V 
Atlanta, Ga. 
(Booker T. Washington HS) 

On Harrison: One of the most athletic players on this year's 
team . . could be a huge addition to the Terp offensive at- 
tack this year, his first at wide receiver spent his first 
three years as a quarterback, but agreed while the team 
prepared for the Orange Bowl to shift to wide receiver to 
hotter utilize his skills . . . coaches suggest that he is too 
talented to risk not having him on the field . . . worked out 
with Quincy Carter and Kelly Campbell in the offseason in 
an effort to improve his receiving skills . . . saw action as 
the Terps No. 2 quarterback last year and showed superior 
talent running with the football . . . transition to receiver 
has been relatively easy as he has a grasp of the offense 
from a quarterback's perspective . . . 
has excellent size and good speed 
. . . seems to run just as fast as 
he needs to in game situations 
... caught two passes for 80 
yards and a pair of touch- 
downs in the 
spring 
game. 





2001 (Redshirt Sophomore): Played In lour games . . 
completed ■) ol ii passes fur 25 yards with no touchdowns 
or interceptions . . . fifth on the team in rushing with 140 
| aids on 19 carries with one touchdown averaged I 1 
yards per carry ... (vs. Duke) rushed five time, t, n r «rd: 
including a six yard touchdown run ...the touchdown was 
the first of his career ... was 2-of 3 passing lor 1 1 yards 

' i i of the second half ...rushed for 43 yards 
on seven carries ...also went 2 for 7 through the air for four 
yards ... had his first touchdown pass of the year called back 
on a holding penalty after throwing a beautiful 54 yard |>,iss 
to Jafar Williams ... (vs. EMU) made his first appearance of 
the season in the third quarter ... finished the game second 
on the team in rushing with 50 yards on seven carries. 

2000 (Sophomore): Redshirt season ... named 
Maryland's top performing sophomore during 2000 spring 
drills . . . completed 7 of 10 passes for 96 yards and a 43- 
yard touchdown pass to Guilian Gary in the Red- White spring 
game . . . 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 quarter- 
back chores after Calvin McCall left the NC State game in- 
jured . . . finished the season 5 of 24 passing for 30 yards 
... all three interceptions came in the second half at NC 
State, filling in for McCall . . . sprained an ankle and left the 
FSU game in the second quarter. 

High School: A 1999 graduate of Booker T.Washington , 
High School in Atlanta.Ga. ...one of the nation's top-rated 
quarterbacks who passed for 2,400 yards and 27 touch- 
downs as a senior on his way to earning SuperPrep 
and PrepStar All-America honors and honor- 
able mention All-American recognition by USA 
Today... also intercepted seven passes in four 
games as his team's free safety ... was a two- 
time first team all-state and all-city choice and 
the Atlantic public schools Player of the Year in 
1998 ...was named to the state of Georgia's Su- 
per 1 1 Team and to the Macon Touchdown Club's 
Super 7 Team ...was rated the top QB in the state | 
and among the top five quarterbacks in the 
Southeast Region ...was selected to play in the 
prestigious Georgia vs. Florida all-star game ...was 
29-6 in three years as his high school team's start- 
ing quarterback ... completed 63 of 115 passes for 
1,130 yards and 22 touchdowns as a junior when he 
was named team MVP ...directed his team to records 
of 12-1 (1997) and 10-2 (1998) his final two seasons. 



Personal: Latrez Harrison was born July 30. 1 980 ... < 
of Charles Phillips and Benjenia Lee ... majoring in crimi 
nology and criminal justice 

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linebacker 

5-11 '237« Jr.-IW 

Riverdale, Mil. (DeMatha HS) 

On Henley: An athletic linebacker who spent the spring 
working at middle linebacker . . . slated to back up All- 
American E.J.Henderson . . . an intelligent.coachable player 
who will, at a minimum, see action on special teams . . . 
showed playmaking ability in the'01 spring game by mak- 
ing two interceptions and returning one 48 yards for a 
touchdown for the White squad . . . played just one year of 
organized football before deciding to walk on at Maryland 
in the fall of 2000 . . . elected to join the Terps after friends 
at a local gym urged him to try out . . . an Iron Terp with a 
690 strength index. 

2001 (Redshirt Sophomore): Played in each of the first 
nine games before suffering a broken right fibula . . . finished 
the year with 22 tackles (16 solo) and one TFL . . . suffered 
_ the injury in the Troy State game . . . (vs. CU) to- 

^y\ taled three tackles including two solo stops ...also 
had one quarterback hurry ...suffered a broken 
right fibula to end his season ...(vs. Duke) 
had the best game of his young ca- 
reer, finishing with a career-high 
eight tackles ... six of the eight 
stops were of the solo variety ... 
also had one TFL for minus two 
yards ... broke his nose during the 
game ... (vs. WVU) had a season- 
high four tackles ... (vs. UNC) saw 
action in his first career collegiate 
game ... assisted on two tackles. 

High School: A 1999 graduate 
of DeMatha High School in 
Hyattsville, Md. . . . played for 
the Stags' 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. 




Posiinq 

1999 

2000 

2001 

Career 

Rushing 

1999 

2000 

2001 

.Career 



CCS ttt Comp Int 


r<h 


Pa 


W IP 1 


6-2 24 5 3 


30 


.208 


16 1 


Redshirt season 








4-0 14 5 


25 


.357 


9 


102 38 10 3 


55 


.263 


16 


G-CS 4rr net 


t,q 


ro 


IP 


6-2 5 36 


7.2 





19 


Redshirt season 








4-0 19 140 


7.4 


i 


29 


10 2 24 176 


7J 


i 


29 J 



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Personal: Andrew Lee 

Henley was bom February 

14, 1981, in Washington, 

D.C. ... son of Garrett and 

Darlene Henley . . . majoring 

in economics . . . mother is 

a professor at Howard 

University ... an honor 

roll student at Maryland. 



Career Statistics 



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G-CS 
9-0 



trr 
16 



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6 



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Tfl 
1-2 



Sacks 
0.0-0 




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Linebacker 
6-2*250 *Sr.-3V 
Aberdeen, hid. (Aberdeen HS) 

On Henderson: Leader of the Terrapin defense and 2001 
consensus All-American who returns for his senior season 
... a Butkus Award finalist a year ago and the lone returnee 
of the three (Oklahoma's Rocky Calmus and UCLA's Robert 
Thomas were both seniors in '01 ) in 2002 ... the most deco- 
rated returning player in the ACC on either side of the ball 
... a strong, agile linebacker who, above all, has the ability 
to get to the ball ... has uncanny field vision . . . ability to 
change directions keeps him in plays from sideline to side- 
line ... a big hitter who doesn't miss many tackles ... team 
and ACC's leading tackier in 2001 ... had 69 more tackles 
than any other Terp in '01 ... had surgery on his back in early 
April and missed all of spring drills . . . moved into the start- 
ing lineup for the final two games of his redshirt freshman 
season and won the position outright entering his redshirt 
sophomore year . . . averages 9.3 tackles per the 32 games 
he has played in prior to 2002 . . . earned his bachelor's de- 
gree this past spring . . . ranked as the best middle linebacker 
in college football by The Sporting News and Lindy's . . . also 
tabbed by The Sporting News as preseason ACC Defensive 
Player of the Year . . . named preseason National Defensive 
Player of the Year by Lindy's and Blue Ribbon ... a preseason 
first team All-American pick by Athlon, 
Collegefootballnews.com, Lindy's, Playboy, Street SSmith'smd 
The Sporting News. 

2001 (Junior): Played in all 1 1 games, starting in 10 as well 
as the Orange Bowl . . . posted 1 50 tackles (1 03 solo), 28 TFLs, 
six sacks, one interception,four pass breakups, one fumble re- 
covery, one forced fumble and two blocked kicks ... a consen- 
sus first team All-American . . . Maryland's first consensus pick 
since center J. D.Maarleveld in 1985 ... ACC Player of the Year 
and Defensive Player of the Year . . . was just the fourth Terra- 
pin ever to be named ACC Player of the Year, joining Bernie 
Faloney (1953),Bob Pellegrini (1955) and Randy White (1974) 
...one of three finalists for the Dick Butkus Award ... led the 
ACC in tackles (150) and tackles for loss (28) ...ranked seventh 
nationally with 1 3.64 tackles per game and second in the NCAA 
with 9.45 solo stops per outing ... his 28 TFLs were most in a 
single season in school history, breaking the mark of 24 set by 
Randy White in 1974 ...TFL total was also second most in the 
nation . . . named the ACC Defensive Lineman of the week six 
times, the most of any ACC defender ...the team's leading tack- 
ier in every game except Virginia ... (vs. NCSU) led the team 
with a career-high 20 tackles including 13 solo stops ...also 
totaled one sack, three TFLs and forced a fumble ... (vs. (U) led 
the Terp defense with 1 7 total tackles (13 solo) including four 
TFLsand two sacks to goalony with an interception ...the four 
TFLs broke Randy White's school record ...the interception was 
the first of his career ...(vs. TSU) led the team with 10 tackles ... 
also blocked a punt and recorded a sack for minus 11 yards ... 
had two TFLs on the day for minus 1 2 yards ... also was in on 
one pass breakup ...(vs.FSU) had a team-high 13 tackles ... 



nine of the 13 stops were solo tackles ...also led theTerps with 
two quarterback hurries and also had oneTFL for minus three 
yards ... (vs. Duke) led the team with 12 tackles including 10 
solo stops ...also tallied two TFLs for minus four yards ... (vs. 
GT) tied a then career-high with 18 tackles, including 13 solo 
stops ...named the Bronko Nagurski National Defensive Player 
of the Week ... scored the game's first touchdown on a 36-yard 
fumble recovery ... it was the first touchdown of his career ... 
also had an important sack to force Georgia Tech into a field 
goal after being inside the Terps' 10 late in the first half ...Tech 
later missed that field goal attempt to end the half ... also led 
the team with four TFLs (minus 1 1 yards) and three quarter- 
back hurries ...(vs. UVa) finished with five tackles ...also blocked 
a field goal after UVa had excellent field position off a Shaun 
Hill fumble ...the blocked field goal also slowed UVa's momen- 
tum after the Cavs pulled to within 10 at 24-14 ... (vs. WVU) 
tied a then career-high with 18 tackles ... 14 of the 18 stops 
were of the solo variety ... had one sack for minus 1 2 yards ... 
(vs. WFU) led the team with 17 tackles ... registered 11 solo 
stops and three tackles for loss (minus nine yards) ... (vs. UNC) 
had 12 tackles (eight solo) to go along with three TFLs. 

2000 (Sophomore): Started all 10 games in which he ap- 
peared ... led the team and finished seventh in the ACC in 
total tackles (109) as a redshirt sophomore . . . ranked second 
on the squad in tackles for loss (13) and solo tackles (70) . . . 
missed the Clemson game with a sprained knee but returned 
to register double-figure 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 contest . . . recorded a Terrapin 
season-high 1 8 tackles in the season finale vs.Georgia 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 all 11 
games as a redshirt freshman . . . spent most of the 
year as a backup linebacker but made late-season 
starts vs. Florida State and 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 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 starting at outside linebacker 
as a freshman ...senior honors included All-America 
recognition from PrepStar and honorable mention All 
American (USA Today), first team all-county (Aegis, 
Sporting Times), and first team All-Metro (Baltimore 
Sun) accolades ... was named Harford County Male 
Athlete of the Year by the Aegis newspaper ...played 
on teams that compiled a four-year record of 36-7, 
winning or sharing county championships all four 
seasons and capturing 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 



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yards and 15 touchdowns from the running back position ... 
was nominated to play in the Chesapeake Classicall-star game 
and was selected to the Mason-Dixon Shrine Classic ...an all- 
county (Aegis, Sporting Times) selection in basketball ... re- 
cruited 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 ... earned a degree in 
criminologyand criminal justice this past May . . . hometown 
is same as that of baseball great Cal Ripken, Jr. 

Career Statistics 



Defense G-GS 


UT 


AT 


1999 11-2 


21 


18 


2000 10-10 


70 


39 


2001 11-10 


103 


47 


Career 32-22 


194 


104 



7T 

39/3.6 

109/10.9 

150/13.6 



TFL Sacks 

2-5 0.5-1 

13-40 2.0-14 

28-76 6.0-40 



298/9.3 43-121 8.5-55 



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Center 

6-2 • 267 • Fr.-RS 

Midlothian, Va. (James River HS) 

On Holm.in: l.il>nted second-year player who will work to 
help replace All ACC center Melvin Fowler . enters fall sec- 
ond on the depth chart behind Kyle Schmitt ... has good 
quickness ... could still add size but has improved his 
Strength since arriving at Maryland 

2001 (Freshman): Redshirt season. 

Hiqh School: A three-year letterwinner and 2001 qradu- 
ateof James River Hiqh School in Midlothian, Va prima- 
rily played quard, but also spent time on the defensive front 
in uitical situations . . . started 10 qames at quard as a 
senior, missinq 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 averaqe 
of over 300 yards and 32 points per qame, both 
school records . is the first player in the younq his- 
tory of his school to earn all-state honors and is also 
its first-ever Division I scholarship 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 wres 
tlinq as a sophomore and junior, earning all-district honors 
in 1998 .. . team went 9-2 in 2000,the best record in school 
history . . . James River - which was just founded in 1994 
- had a record of 9-4 1 in its first five years of existence, then 
went 15-6 in 2000 and 2001 . . . was also recruited by East 
Carolina . . . hiqh school coach was Chris Bell. 

Personal: Jason Holman was bom April 28, 1983 ... is the 
sonofJeromeandRubyHolman...majorinqinpre-phamiacy. 





Linebacker 

6-1 • 223 • Jr.-2V 

Clinton, hid. (Friendly HS) 

On Joe: An athletic linebacker who came on in his sopho- 
more year and will look to take the next step toward being 
one of the top players at his position in the ACC . . . was one 
of the Terrapins top defensive players in his first year as a 
starter in 2001 ... should he realize his potential, Maryland 
could have one of the top linebacking tandems in the coun- 
try in he and F.J Henderson ... an Iron Terp who is thestron- 



gest linebacker on thi ti im and posted the highest trength 

null", evei by a lerp I bai kei | IBS it"' pa il i pring . . . 

also owns the record for bench press (470 pound lb) 
linebacker . . . Incredible physical numbers Im lude .1 615- 
pound squat, 40 inch vertical jump anil i 4 4 I time in the 

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2001 (Sophomore): Started all 11 gamesandtheOi a ngi 
Hnwl.it weakside llnebai kei finished the season fourth 
on the team in tackles with 76 (40 solo) . . . also had eight 
tackles for loss, one sack, one interception, one pass breal up 
and a team high nine quarterback hurries . . . (Orange Bowl) 
had seven tackles (six solo), second-most amonq Terp de 
fenders ... (vs. CU) finished the qame with eiqht tackles, all 
of which were solo stops ... also had two quarterback hur- 
ries ... (vs. FSU) ended the qame with six tackles including 
four unassisted stops ... |Vs. 67J tied for third on the team 
with 11 tackles ...also re- 
corded his first career 
interception ...(Vs. UVa) 
second on the team 
with eight total t, id 
les ... also had one 
tackle for a loss (mi- 
nus one yard) and a 
pass breakup ... (vs. 
WVU) totaled eiqht 
tackles includinq four 
solo stops ... forced WVU 
quarterback Brad Lewis to 

«fumble, resulting in a 52- 
yard fumble return for a 
touchdown by Mike 
Whaley ... that play 
chanqed the game.givinq 
theTerpsa 19-13 lead af- 
ter WVU scored 10 
straight points to tie the 
contest at 10 ... (vs. WFU) 
tallied eight tackles and had one 
tackle for loss (minus one yard) ...(vs. 
EMU) had five tackles and recorded his 
first career sack for a loss of seven yards 
. (vs. UNO was impressive in his first ca- 
reer start as he registered 10 tackles, sec- 
ond most by a Terp ... had six solo stops 
along with two tackles for loss ...also 
forced two quarterback hurries. 

2000 (Redshirt Freshman): Appeared in all 11 games as 
a redshirt freshman.seeing his most extensive action on spe- 
cial 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 1 2 total tackles at Ho. 5 Clemson, seven at Vir- 
ginia and six vs. Florida State. 

1999 (Freshman): Redshirt season. 

High School: A 1999 graduate of Friendly High School in 
Fort Washington, Md.... played both outside and inside line- 
backer as a senior, recordinq 165 total tackles (88 solos) and 
10 sacks ... as a fullback, he averaqed 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 



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Personal: Leon Maurice Joe was born October 26, 1981 .... 
son ol I Ian ii - loe and Leslie Bishop-Joe . majoring in 
criminal justice. 



Career Statistics 



Orfemt CCS UT AT 



2000 11-0 17 

2001 11-11 40 
Career 22 11 57 



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Defensive End 
6-4* 259* Jr.- IV 
Marion, Ohio (Harding HS) 

On Jones: Fourth-year player who has worked at all three 
spots on the defensive line, most recently at defensive tackle 
... will qet a shot to compete at end this season ... a skilled 
player with qood size and improved strenqth ... has solid 
pass rushinq skills. 

2001 (Sophomore): Played in two qames ... did not 
record any statistics in action aqainst West Virginia and Vir- 
ginia . . . went into the season having overcome a lisfranc 
sprain (ligament disruption) in his left foot that was suf- 
fered in the 20O0 season and required surgery. 

2000 (Redshirt Freshman): Saw action in seven games, 
starting two . . . drew starting assiqnments 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 
game came at Clemson when he posted seven tackles (two 
unassisted), one for a four-yard loss. 

1999 (Freshman): Redshirt season. 

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 Association 
and Defensive Player of the Year in the Ohio Heartland Con- 
ference ...totaled 112 tackles, including 57 solo stops, four 
sacks and two interceptions ... also was named all-district 
and honorable mention all-state by the Associated Press ... 
was selected to play in the North-South All-Star game and 
was nominated for the Big 33 All-Star game (Ohio vs. Penn- 
sylvania) ... helped his team to a league championship, a 
state reqional runner-up showing and a final record of 10-2 
in 1998 ... as a junior in 1997, he was accorded first team F 







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all-league and all-district honors and was a first team se- 
lection on the North Central Ohio Football Coaches Associa- 
tion all-star team ...a three-year varsity starter, he totaled 
225 total tackles.including 108 solos, 1 17 assists, five sacks, 
six tackles for losses, five pass breakups, three caused 
fumbles and two interceptions during his career ...a two- 
year starter on the basketball team. 

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



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TFL 


Sacks 


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2000 7-2 8 4 12/1.7 


2-6 


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2001 2-0 0/0.0 


0-0 


0.0-0 





Career 9-0 8 4 12/1.3 


2-6 


0.0-0 


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Quarterback 
6-2 '213* So.-SQ 
Germantown, Md. 
(Seneca Valley HS) 

On Kelley: A 

talented, hard- 
nosed quarter- 
back who was 
slated to enter fall 
camp as the starter at 
quarterback before 
tearing the anterior 
cruciate ligament 
in his right knee in 
this year's spring 
game ... had reconstructive 
surgery and a menisectomy on 
May 8"' ... has been slowed by 
injury in each of his first three 
years at the collegiate level . . . 
one of the more highly-regarded 
and recruited players on the ros- 
ter ... performed well this spring 
prior to the injury . . . also looked 
good in spring practice a year ago 
and then re-injured the anterior cru- 
ciate ligament in his left knee the week- 
end before fall camp ... has shown a 
strong, accurate arm and the ability to 
throw the deep ball ... led his high school 
team to a 26-0 record as a starter. 



formed well in practice sessions for the Orange Bowl . . . 
reinjured his knee prior to fall camp. 

2000 (Freshman): Redshirt season . . . tore theanterior cru- 
ciate 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 player of the year in Maryland 
by the Associated Press ... a two-time consensus all-state 
quarterback ...Seneca Valley was 26-0 with him as the start- 
ing quarterback and 39-0 with him somewhere in the start- 
ing lineup ... earned All-America honors from SuperPrep, 
PrepStar and by Max Emfinger ...was rated the No. 1 QB in 
the Atlantic region by PrepStar ... was named the All-Met 
Offensive Player of the Year by the Washington Post ... he 
was responsible for 95 touchdowns in his two seasons as 
starting quarterback ... as a senior in 1999, he passed for 
1,645 yards and 29 touchdowns in addition to rushing for 
1,278 yards and 16 TDs ... in his career, he passed for 3,657 
yards and rushed for 2,1 1 1 ... high school coach was Terry 
Changuris. 

Personal: Christopher Alan Kelley was born November 18, 
1981 ...son of Teresa and John Kelley ...college major is fam- 
ily studies. 




2001 (Redshirt Freshman): Saw ac- 
tion in two games (Duke and Troy State) 
in a backup capacity . had two carries 
for nine yards ... din not attempt any 
passes . . . spent the early part of the season 
rehabilitating his knee . . . came back and per- 




Offensiue Guard 

6-4 • 326 • So.-SQ 

Hyattsville, md. (Northwestern HS) 

On Kemp: Local product who will compete and provide 
depth at a guard spot . . . earned playing time a year ago 
by showing improved strength and good quickness ... an 
athletic lineman who stands to play more with experience. 

2001 (Redshirt Freshman): Saw action in five games . . . 
most extensive action of the season came against Eastern 
Michigan (11 plays) and Duke (16 plays). 

2000 (Freshman): Redshirt season . . . spent most of 
the season rehabilitating an injured right shoulder . . . 
injury was a shoulder separation that he had surgi- 
cally repaired prior to the season. 



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High School: A 2000 graduate of Northwestern High School 
in Hyattsville, Md.... named an All-American by PrepStar and 
all-region by SuperPrep ...a second team all-state choice ... 
also named second team All-Met by the Washington Post... 
a first team All-Prince George's League selection ... regis- 
tered 1 5 pancake blocks as a senior ...high school coach was 
Ed Shields. 

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




Fullback 

6-2-265-Sr.-1U 

Pittsburgh, Pa. (Fox Chapel HS) 

On Killian: A fifth-year senior who performed well a year 
ago and competes at what is possibly the deepest position 
on the Maryland roster ... the strongest back and one of 
the strongest players on the team pound-for-pound ... an 
Iron Terp with a 768 strength index ... set team records for 
bench press (470) and clean and jerk (785) by a running back 
... has good hands and a strong work ethic ... a good run- 
ner and solid blocking back ... can be used as an H-back if 
needed. 

2001 (Junior): Saw action in nine games and was a starter 
in three . . . also played in the Orange Bowl . . . rushed 10 
times for 34 yards on the season ... (Orange Bowl) had one 
carry for 10 yards, his second-longest run of the season . . . 
(vs.WVU) carried the ball two times for 16 yards . . . missed 
the Virginia and Georgia Tech games with a "stinger." 

2000 (Sophomore): Saw action in five games . . . played 
primarily on special teams. 




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1999 (Redshirt Freshman): Appeared in six games and 
saw limited action at fullback and on special teams . . . car- 
ried the ball three times for 1 1 net yards . . . had two solo 
tackles and a tumble recovery (vs. North Carolina) on spe- 
dal teams. 

1998 (Freshman): Redshirt season. 

High School: A I l ) l )8 graduate of Fox Chapel High School ... 
earned third team all-state honors and USA Today honor- 
able mention All America recognition as a senior in 1997 
after rushing for 1,436 yards and scoring 28 touchdowns ... 
■A.!-, also a tint team All Quad A East choice and was selected 
to the Fabulous 22 team by the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette ... 
helped his team to a 10-2 record and a berth in the semifi- 
nals of the postseason playoffs ... also played linebacker at 
FCHS ... earned first team all conference honors as a junior 
... led his team in rushing as a sophomore ... high school 
coach was Joe Naunchuk. 

Personal: Chadwick Joseph Killian was born March 5,1980 ... 
son of Bonnie and Paul Killian ...his father played college foot- 
ball at Pitt ... his brother, P.J., played football at Virginia and 
with the Cleveland Browns.and his brotherTodd played foot- 
ball at Duquesne ...was born in Washington, D.C. ... majoring 
in family studies ... a Maryland scholar-athlete in 2000 



Career Statistics 



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Atl 


Net 


Avg 


1999 6-0 


3 


11 


3.7 


2000 5-0 








0.0 


2001 9-4 


10 


34 


3.4 


| Career 20-4 


13 


45 


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Cornerback 

5-9* 190-Sr-RS 

Silver Spring, Md. (Paint Branch HS) 

On Kim: Walk-on who will add depth at cornerback . . . 
listed third on the depth chart behind Curome Cox and Jamal 
Chance .. . was originally a tailback . . . made the switch to 
comer prior to the 2000 season. 

2001 (Junior): Did not participate during the 2001 season. 

2000 (Sophomore): Did not appear in any games. 

1999 (Redshirt Freshman): Appeared in one game 
(Western Carolina) ... did not record any statistics. 

1998 (Freshman): Redshirt season . .. tore an anterior cru- 
ciate ligament during a fall scrimmage and was unavailable 
for duty. 



High School: A 1998 graduate of Paint Branch High School 
inSilverSpring.Md.. . . helped team rebound to a 4-6 record 
as a senior while rushing for 1,0 19 yards and 13 touchdowns 
. . . school record 99-yard TD vs. Montgomery Blair . . first 
team all-league and honorable mention all-county ... re- 
corded 16 tackles with a sack and interception while play- 
ing outside linebacker . . . lettered in both football and la- 
crosse as a junior and senior . . . three-year letterwinner in 
wrestling where he was regional champion in the 162- 
pound weight class ... also won his class at the Bowie Invi- 
tational . . . member of Minds in Motion for students with 
3.25 GPA or better ... 3.5 GPA. 

Personal: Lucas Yeong-Chang Kim was born October 16, 
1980 ... son of Kay and Gi-kong Kim . . . father is a physi- 
cist at NASA . . . mother is a patent examiner for the U.S. 
Patent and Trademark office . . . majoring in communica- 
tions . . . favorite athlete is Warrick Dunn ... a Maryland 
scholar-athlete in 2000 and 2001. 




Long Snapper 
6-3 • 232 • Fr.-RS 
Toppa, Md. (Fallston HS/ 
Hargrave Military Academy) 

On Kluttz: Second-year player who joined the Terrapins 
just prior to the 2001 season . . . spent his first season as a 
backup at long snapper but has improved in the offseason 
and looks to challenge Jon Condo for those duties this year. 

2001 (Freshman): Redshirt season. 

Prep: Attended Hargrave Military Academy in Chatham, 
Va. 

High School: A three-year letterwinner and 2000 gradu- 
ate of Fallston High School in Fallston, Md.... posted 15 ca- 
reer sacks ... a first team all-county and second-team All- 
Metro selection as a senior . . . played offensive tackle and 
defensive end as a prep ... team captain in 1999 and 2000 
...team was county champs (first time in school history) with 
a 9-1 record in 2000 ... also threw the discus and ran sprints 
...finished second in the state in the discus as a senior . . . 
high school coach was Dave Lesky. 

Personal: Jesse Lee Kluttz was born August 25, 1982 in Bal- 
timore ...son of William Kluttz and Sheila Baldwin ... major- 
ing in criminal justice . . . father played football atTowson 
and for the semi-pro Baltimore Bears . . . lists his grandfa- 
ther as the person he most admires. 







Offensive Tackle 

6-6 • 303 • So.- IV 

Baltimore, Md. (Calvert Hall HS) 

On Lombardo: Offensive tackle who earned playing time 
at tackle as a redshirt freshman . . has good size and 
strength ... has performed well in limited action . . . was 
one of two freshmen a year ago - along with wide receiver 
Steve Suter - to earn Iron Terp distinction . . . posted the 
second-highest strength index (691 ) among offensive line- 
men in earning Iron Terp honors this year . . . benched 390 
and squatted 620 on testing day. 

2001 (Redshirt Freshman): Saw action in all 1 1 regular 
season games and the Orange Bowl . . . was a backup at 
left tackle behind fellow redshirt freshman C.J. Brooks. 

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 PrepStar ... named first team All-Baltimore 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 crimi- 
nology & criminal justice. . . a Maryland scholar-athlete in 
2000 and 2001. 







Fullback 

5-1 1 • 271 • Jr.-2V 

Washington, D.C. (Dunbar HS) 

On Lynch: Third-year fullback who established himself as 
one of the top players in the ACC at his position in 2001 . . . 
enters this season in the best shape 
of his career ... has not lost 
weight, but has added muscle to | 
his already big frame in the 
offseason ... a big, strong 
back with good 
hands ... is a good 
runner for a 
player his size 
(271 pounds) 
an imposing force 
as a blocking back 
... is the starter at 
a fullback position 
that likely is the deep- 
est unit on the team . . . 
tabbed as the ninth-best 
fullback in the country by 
The Sporting News. 

2001 (Sophomore): 

Played in all 11 games 
(plus the Orange 
Bowl),starting all but 
four ... rushed 16 
times for 130 yards 
and two touch- 
downs 
was r 
thrown 
for a loss I 

all season .. also caught seven 

balls for 53 yards . . . averaged 8.1 yards per carry, best 
among Terps with 10 carries or more ... (Vs. FSU) scored the 
game's first touchdown by rumbling 65 yards on an option 
play up the middle of the FSU defense ... the 65-yard carry 
was the longest of his career ...led the team in rushing with 
three carries for a career-high 71 yards and a touchdown ... 
also caught two passes for 1 3 yards ...(vs. Duke) carried the 
ball two times for 18 yards including a 14-yard touchdown 
run up the middle. ..also caught one pass for 18 yards. ..the 
touchdown run was his first career TD via the rush ... (vs. 
GT) caught one pass for four yards from Brooks Barnard on 
a fake field goal, falling just one yard short of a first down... 
also had a three-yak carry... (vs. EMU) rumbled for 23 yards 
on five carries ...(vs Ut t career start. 




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 
passes, including one for a touchdown in Maryland's double- 
overtime victory over NC State. 

High School: A 2000 graduate of Dunbar High School in 
Washington, O.C. ... was an honorable mention All-Ameri- 
can as a senior in 1999 by USA Today ... also was selected 
first team All-Met by the Washington Post and the Pigskin 
Club ... earned first team All-DCIAA recognition ... was 
named the Washington, D.C. Gatorade Player of the Year ... 
earned all-regional citations by SuperPrep and PrepStar 
magazines ...as a fullback in 1999,he rushed for 1,435 yards 
and scored 21 touchdowns ... as a linebacker, he totaled 98 
tackles and had two interceptions and caused four fumbles 
... helped Dunbar to back-to-back city championships as a 
junior and senior ...rushed for 1,220 yards and 11 touch- 
downs in 1998 ...high school coach was Craig Jefferies. 

Personal: James Jerome Lynch was born June 1 7, 1982 
...son of Brenda Lynch ...college major is criminology 
W & criminal justice. 



Career Statistics 



Rushing G-GS 

2000 8-0 

2001 11-7 
Career 19-7 

I Receiving G-GS 

I 2000 8-0 

| 2001 11-7 

■Career 19-7 



Att 

4 
16 
20 

Rec 
2 
7 
9 



Net 

6 

130 

136 

Yds 

-4 
53 
49 



Avg 
1.5 
8.1 

6.8 

Avg 
-2.0 
7.6 
5.4 



TD 


2 
2 

TO 

1 


1 



LP 

4 

65 

65 

LP 
2 

18 
18 




Quarterback 
6-0- 180- Jr.-RS 
Rockville, Md. 
(DeMatha HS West Virginia) 

On McBrien: Left-handed quarterback who transferred 
from West Virginia just before the start of the 2001 season 
. . . enters fall camp as the starting quarterback . . . hasgood 
quickness and throws with good accuracy and velocity . . . 
throws the deep ball well . . . was one of the team's top scout 
team players last year while exhibiting exceptional skills as 
a passer . . . earned solid game experience at West Virginia 
as a redshirt freshman in 2000, seeing action in 10 games 
. . . one of the stronger quarterbacks, pound-for-pound, in 
Maryland history . . . posted a 295-pound bench and 470- 
pound squat on testing day and had the highest strength 
index (640) of any QB on this year's roster. 



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2001 (Sophomore): Sat out the 

season per NCAA transfer rules 
. . . named scout team player of 
the week for his work in the week 
of practice leading up to the West 
Virginia game. 

2000(atWVU):Sawac 

tion in 10 games as a 
redshirt 
freshman, 
starting one 
com- 
pleted 42-of- 
99 passes for 
755 yards, 
three touch- 
downs and 
three intercep- 
tions . . . first ex- 
tensive action 
came against Notre 
Dame, where he played 
the final three guarters in 
relief of Brad Lewis ... 
started slow but finished 
with 252 yards 
passing with 
one TD pass 
... first col- 
legiate start came against Syracuse (8-of-21 for 156 yards 
and two interceptions) . . . had a strong showing in relief 
against Pittsburgh (13-of-28, 257 yards, two TDs). 

High School: A 2000 graduate of DeMatha High School in 
Hyattsville, Md. ... led the Stags to a 13-0 season and a No. 
13 national ranking by USA Today as a senior (1999) .. . com- 
pleted 90-of-1 3 1 passes (.687) for 1 ,878 yards and 25 touch- 
downs with no interceptions in '99 . . . was a second team 
all-state selection as a junior after throwing for 16 TDs and 
just three interceptions ... a two-time All-Met selection 
by the Washington Post . . . also a two-time all-county se- 
lection by the PG Journal . . . Prince George's County offen- 
sive most valuable player as a senior . .. prep football coach 
was Bill McGregor. 

Personal: Scott McBrien was born February 17, 1980 . . . 
son of Ernie and Kathleen McBrien ... is a junior academi- 
cally . . . majoring in criminology and criminal justice. 




Career Statistics 



Passing 

2000 IWV ' 



G-GS 

10-1 



Att 
99 



Comp 

42 



lit! 

3 



Rushing G-GS 

2000 ™ 10-1 



Att 
23 



Net 
45 



Yds 

755 

Avg 

1.9 



Pet 

.423 



TD 





LP 

60 



TD LP 

3 60 






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Cornerback 

5-11 • 190 • Fr.-RS 

Columbia, mil. (Howard HS) 

On McPhearson: Second-year defensive back who worked 
with the scout team a year ago . . . will work to provide 
depth in a defensive backfield that enters the season with 
some new faces . . . listed as the backup on Domonique 
Foxworths side entering fall camp .. . had the second-best 
improvement in strength index among cornerbacks be- 
tween 2001 and 2002 . . . earned Iron Terp distinction with 
a 662 strength index . . . timed at 4.47 in the 40-yard dash 
and recorded a 38 1/2-inch vertical on spring testing day. 

2001 (Freshman): Redshirt season. 

High School: A 2001 graduate of Howard High School in 
Ellicott City, Md. ... as a senior, rushed 1 1 7 times for 825 
yards, caught 1 passes for 228 yards, and scored 1 1 touch- 
downs ... on defense, totaled 43 tackles and two inter- 
ceptions ... 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 final season of prep ball at Howard High School 
after transferring from the Cardinal Gibbons School in Bal- 
timore ...was also recruited by Boston College and Virginia 
... high school coach was Vince Parnell. 

Personal: Gerrick Harold McPhearson was born December 
29, 1983 ... son of Kim and Gerrick McPhearson . . . ma- 
joring in letters and sciences . . . father played defensive 
back at Boston College and with the New England Patriots. 




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Tailback 

5-10* 197 • Fr.-RS 

Columbia, Md. (Wilde Lake HS) 

j On Merrills: Speedy tailback who will likely see the field 
in some capacity in 02 .. . adds another home run threat 
to theTerp backfield . . . enters fall third on the depth chart 
... a guiet, hard-working player who got better and better 
as his first year with the program progressed . . . odds-on 
favorite to man kick returning duties this year .. . returned 
six kicks for 163 yards (27.2 average) in this year's spring 
game . . . also rushed 1 2 times for 48 yards . . . dangerous 



in open space . . . highest strength index of any tailback 
(713).., an Iron Terp .. . timed at 4.49 in the 40-yard dash. 

2001 (Freshman): Redshirt season ... named offensive 
scout team Player of the Year for his efforts on the practice 
field. 

High School: A 2001 graduate of Wilde Lake 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 
yardsand21 touchdownsasasenior . . . on defense, totaled 
74 tackles, eight pass breakups, six TFLs, two sacks, one in- 
terception and one fumble recovery . . . selected to play in 
the allfirst All Star Game following his senior season and 
returned a kickoff 81 yards for a touchdown to lead the Metro 
all-stars to victory . . . .had a 3 1 3-yard rushing performance 
as a senior against Long Reach, scoring on touchdown runs 
of 83, 65, 45 and 64 yards . . . highly decorated player as a 
senior in 2000, earning SuperPrep All-American honors in 
the "athlete" category . . . also earned consensus all-state 
honors from the Associated Press in addition to being named 
Gatorade Maryland State Player of the Year ... a Baltimore 
Sun All-Metro first team and Washington Post All-Met hon- 
orable 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, total- 
ing 1,050 rushing yards and 13 touchdowns ...was also re- 
cruited 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 sci- 
ences major. 





Tight End 

6-8 • 257 • Fr.-RS 

Carlisle, Pa. (Roiling Springs HS) 

On Miller: Tight end who enters his second season in the 
program with a chance to earn playing time in passing situ- 
ations with the graduation of Matt Murphy ... big target 
with strong pass-catching skills .. . bringsan added dimen- 
sion with his ability to get downfield and stretch defenses 
... has added a needed 1 7 pounds to his frame since the 
fall of 2001 and continues to work on getting stronger . . . 
will compete with Ryan Flynn for the number two spot be- 
hind Jeff Dugan. 

2001 (Freshman): Redshirt season. 

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 de- 
fense 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 Bub- 



blers' first-ever Division I football signee ...helped BSHS 
the district playoffs and a 9- 1 overall record in 2000, equal- 
ing 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 selec- 
tion, earning recognition as a 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 
320 pounds ... is also an outstanding baseball player (first 
base) ... was also recruited by Boston College. 

Personal: Derek A. Miller was born June 10, 1983 ... son 
of Connie and Jon Miller . . . majoring in letters and sciences. 




Linebacker 

6-0 • 225 • Fr.-HS 

Aberdeen, Md. (Aberdeen HS) 

On Miller: First-year linebacker who enrolled in the spring 
and participated in spring drills . . . seeing work at middle 
linebacker. 

High School: A three-year letterwinner and 2001 gradu- 
ate of Aberdeen High School in Aberdeen, Md. . . . played 
fullback and linebacker . . . team captain as a senior who 
earned first team all-county recognition . . . named to the 
1-95 Challenge senior all-star team ... named Harford 
County Athlete of the Year in 2000 by the Aegis newspaper 
. . . also competed in wrestling and baseball . . . regional 
champion and finished fifth in the state as a junior grap- 
pler . . . high school coach was Joe Harbert. 

Personal: Michael Joseph Miller was born January 7, 1983 

in Havre de Grace, Md the son of Phil and Dottie Miller 

... a Maryland Distinguished Scholar semifinalist as a prep 
. . . member of National Honor Society and the Spanish 
Honor Society . . . majoring in biology. 





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Wide Receiver 

6-2* 194*Sr.-3V 

Abingdon, hid. (John Carroll HS) 



On Monroe: Athletic, speedy receiver with 
good size who enters fall atop the depth chart 
at wide receiver . . . a"big-play"type receiver 
with outstanding potential and the ability 
to stretch a defense ... the most ex- 
perienced player of this year's re- 
ceiving corps and the unit's lone 
senior ... has played in 32 games 
in his career ... 31 career recep- 
tions ... an Iron Terp with a 38- 
inch vertical jump. 



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2001 (Junior): Saw action in 
all 11 games with two starts .. 
also played in the Orange Bowl 
. . . finished fourth on the team 
with 14 receptions for a career 
high 229 yards ...(vs. TSU) made two 
catches for 54 yards ... had the team's 
longest reception of the day, good for 
42 yards ... (vs. FSU) had two receptions 
for 22 yards ...(vs. Duke) totaled two catches 
for 50 yards ... had a 35-yard catch, the team's 
longest of the day ...(vs.UVa) had just one catch 
for 1 5 yards, but it came on a critical 3 ,d -and-9 situ- 
ation in the second quarter ...(vs.WVU) hauled in 
one pass for 32 yards ...the 32-yard catch was the 
team's longest of the game ... (vs. UNC) hauled in 
his second career touchdown reception ... the 
touchdown catch was from five yards out and 
pushed the Terrapin lead out to 16-7 ...fin- 
ished the contest with two grabs for 16 
yards. f^ 




captain ...earned All-America honors from PrepStar... also 
was an honorable mention prep All-American by USA Today 
... rushed for 1,000 yards as a junior and senior ...starting 
tailback in Baltimore TD Club All-Star Game where he ran 
for 214 yards and two touchdowns on 19 carries ... also 
played a strong corner on defense during his junior and se- 
nior seasons, collecting 77 solo tackles, 34 assists and five 
interceptions ... returned three picks for touchdowns ...all- 
state defensive back as a senior ...featured in PrepStar Maga- 
zine in August 1998 ...called a "quiet leader'by high school 
coach Bill Mackley ... helped team to 8-2 records and con- 
ference 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 
,-«. M the Baltimore TD Club's Super 22 and the Big 33 Sport- 
/^Jn ing Times first team as a junior and senior ... career 
statistics include 478 carries for 3,558 yards 
...7.4 yard average and 33 touchdowns ... 
54 catches for 886 yards and two touch- 
downs ... 721 yards and two TDs on 
kickoff returns ...61 2 yards and three 
TDs on punt returns ...also was an all- 
league standout in baseball ... honor 
roll student. 

Personal: Hun Warren Monroe was 
born April 11, 1981 ... son of LaVerne 
and Hun Monroe, Sr.... majoring in com- 
munications ... interned this past year 
with WJLA-TV <Ch. 7) in Washington, D.C. . . . 
a Maryland scholar-athlete in 2001 . 




Career Statistics 

Receiving 
1999 

2000 




Avg 
26.7 
12.8 
16.4 
15.7 



Avg 


TD 


LP 


16.0 





27 


14.5 





20 


0.0 








14.8 





27 



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2000 (Sophomore): Appeared in all 11 
games while making 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 Virginia and Georgia Tech . . . 
season-high 65 receiving yards in opener vs.Temple . . . one 
of the Terps' primary kickoff returners who had 10 returns 
for 145 yards. 

1 999 (Freshman): Played in 10 of 1 1 games as a true fresh- 
man . . . three catches for 80 yards including a 72-yard TD 
on his first major college reception, against Western Caro- 
lina ... it was Maryland's second-longest pass play of the 
year . . . three kickoff returns for 48 yards ... one of three 
true freshmen to earn a le >°r. 




High School: A four-year k Herman and 1998 graduate of 
| John Carroll High School in Bel Air, Md., where he was a 
standout tailback ... was a four-years rter and two-year 




Placekicker 
6-0* 189* So.- IV 
Charlottesville, Va. (Albemarle HS) 

On Novak: Starting placekickerwho entered fall 2001 bat- 
tling for a job and now begins his second season as one of 
the top young kickers in the country . . . transformed the 
Terp kicking game from an inexperienced question mark at 
the start of last year into one of the top units in the ACC . . . 
has a strong leg and good accuracy ... has worked hard in 
the offseason to improve even more upon his consistency 
and ley strength . . . handles placekicking and kickoff du- 
ties (could draw a challenge from Brooks Barnard). 

2001 (Redshirt Freshman): Starting kicker in all 1 1 games 
plus the Orange Bowl . . . was 1 6-of- 25 on field goals for a 64 
percent success rate . . . missed just one of his 42 PATs on the 
season ... an honorable mention AII-ACC selection ...also 
second-team Freshman All-America by The Sporting News ... 
connected on 1 2 of his last 1 4 field goals to close out the sea- 
son ...two of the kicks were from 50 yards or longer and four 
were from at least 40 yards ...the only two misses were from 
50 yards out vs. Duke, which hit the right upright.and the 62- 
yard attempt vs.Clemson ...finished one field goal shy of the 
Maryland single-season record of 1 7 ... his 41 PATs set a new 
single-season record at Maryland ... led the team in scoring 
with 89 points.the highest total ever by a Terp freshman kicker 
... ranked 15th in Division l-A in field goals per 
game (1 .45) and 29th in scoring (8.09 ppg) ... 
(vs. CU) had a stellar game, going three-for- 
four on field goal attempts ... his only miss 
was from 62 yards at the end of the first half 
and fell just a yard short ... 
(vs. TSU) finished a perfect 
1 4-for-4 on field goal at- 
tempts ...two of the field 
goals were from long range, one from 

50 yards to end the first half and one from 
46 yards out ...(vs. FSU) made a career-long 

5 1 -yard field goal with no time remaining 
in the first half ... his first attempt was from 
56 yards and was just short, but got the 
chance to kick again after a roughing the 

kicker penalty on FSU ... also was a per- 
fect 4-for-4 on extra points. ..(vs. Duke) 
tied a school-record with eight PATs 
... also kicked a 23-yard field goal ... 
missed from 50 yards out to end the 
first half by hitting the left upright ... 
had plenty of distance on the 50-yard 
attempt ... (vs. CT) had a game which 
changed his season and possibly his ca- 
r reer as he finished the game with two 
field goals and two extra points ... came 
up with one of the plays of the year, kick- 
ing a then career-long 46 yard field 
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of regulation of a Thursday night m.itchup on ESPN . . . previ- 
ous long was 3 3 yards ... kepi his focus on the kick after <i high 
snap earned ACC Specialist of the Week honors for his ef- 
forts ...also connected on a 26 yard field goal In overtime that 
proved to be the game winning score ... (vs. UVa) was 2-for-3 
on field goal attempts including makes from 25 and 33 yards 
out ...also was a perfect 5-for 5 on PAT attempts ...the 33- 
yard field goal was the longest of his career at the time ... (vs. 
WFU) made the first two field goals of his career (from 27 and 
29 yards). 

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, including a career long of 50 yards as a senior ... 
was a two-time all-district and M\-Daily Progress selection 
named to the school's all-academic team three times. 

Personal: Nicholas Ryan Novak was bom August 21, 1981 ... 
son of Julie and Bob Novak ...college major is kinesiology . . . 
j parents are both professors at Purdue and were at Virginia 
| when Novak prepped ... a Maryland scholar-athlete in 2000. 





Wide Receiver 

5-10 • 174 -So.-lu 

Newark, Del. (Newark Academy) 



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Wide Receiver 

6-0* 194 -So.-RS 

Silver Spring, hid. 

(Good Counsel HS/Frostnurg State) 

On Onwuemene: Speedy transfer who could find himself 
in the mix in the fall . . . first year playing football at Mary- 
land after spending his first two years at Frostburg State (did 
not play any sports) . . . excelled in both track and football 
as a prep . . . came on in the spring game, leading all receiv- 
ers with four receptions for 117 yards including a 50-yard 
touchdown ... an Iron Terp with a 38-inch vertical jump 
and a 671 strength index. 

High School: A one-year letterwinner and 1999 graduate 
of Our Lady of Good Counsel High School in the Washing- 
ton, D.C. metro area . . . was a wide receiver and special 
teams performer . . . team went 7-3 in his lone season play- 
ing football ... a two-year letterwinner and All-Met per- 
former in track & field (indoor and outdoor) . . . WCAC triple 
jump champion in 1 998 who competed as a hurdler. 

Personal: Onochie Peter Onwuemene was born July 16, 
1981 in Washington, D.C... son of Josephine Onwuemene 
... majoring in economics .. . member of the International 
Students Association and Black Student Union . . . president 
of the Political Science Club and a U.S. National Achievement 
Award winner in 1999. 



On Parson: One of the true surprises of last season ... be- 
gan last spring trying his hand at tailback 
and finished 2001 as a contributor and 
a player to watch in the future at wide * 
receiver ... has steady hands and 
good speed . . . will compete 
for even more playing 
time this year .. . came 
on at the end of the 
year as a reliable 
kickoff and punt re- 
turner ... will 
likely compete to 
resume those 
duties this sea- 
son ... will see 
time as a slot receiver 

2001 (Freshman): 

Appeared in all 11 
regular season 
games and the Or- j 
ange Bowl ... had j 
11 receptions for 156 1 
yards ... also re- 1 
turned 17 kicks for 1 
375 yards and five I 
punts for 25 yards ..." 
one of four true fresh- 
men to see playing time ...top 
offensive contributor among 
the team's true freshman... 
played more and more as 
the year progressed ... J 
finished 64th in Division 

l-A in kickoff returns with a 22.1 average ... (vs. NCSUj had 
career-highs in receptions (three) and receiving yards (80) 
...the 80 yards receiving led the team ...caught a pass over 
the middle for a career-long 64 yards before he was stripped 
at the goal line ... also returned five kickoffs for 1 23 yards 
and handled the punt return duties for the first time ... (vs. 
Duke) rushed two times for 39 yards including a 31-yard 
scamper ...the 31 -yard run was the longest of his career ... 
also caught one pass for nine yards ... (vs. GT) had just two 
catches for 23 yards, but had the game's most important 
reception with his 1 7-yard grab that set up the game- tying 
field goal at the end of regulation ... the 1 7-yard catch was, 
at that time, the longest of his career ... (vs. UNQ made his 
first career reception (seven yards). 

HighSchool: A four-year letterwinner and 1999graduate 
of Newark (Del.) High School ...a four-year varsity starter 
who rushed for 3,1 88 yards in his career while helping New- 
ark High to a Delaware record four consecutive appearances 



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in the state 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 selec- 
tion on a 12 state championship winning team ...was a 
two-time 1,000 yard rusher during his career, 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 defensive back in Newark High 
history ... was an honorable mention USA Today All-Ameri- 
can ...also earned first team all-state 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 compiled an aggregate record of 43-5 
and played in the state championship game all four sea- 
sons ... was a first team all-state selection in track (4x100 
relay) as a sophomore . . . was also recruited by Syracuse, 
Michigan State and Nebraska 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 
sciences. 



majoring in letters and 



Career Statistics 

Receiving G-GS Re< Yds 


Avg 


TO 


IP 


\ 


2001 


11-0 


11 


156 


14.2 





64 




Kick Ret. 


GGS 


Ret 


Yds 


Avg 


TO 


LP 




2001 


11-0 


17 


375 


22.1 





29 




Punt Ret. 


G-GS 


Ret 


Yds 


Avg 


W 


ip 




V001 


11-0 


5 


25 


5.0 





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Defensive Tackle 
6-3 • 294 • Fr.-RS 
Frederick, Md. (Frederick HS) 

On Patterson: Second-year player who could work his way 
into playing time with continued improvement . . . has good 
size . . . enters fall listed as the backup at defensive tackle 
behind Randy Starks . . . showed strong pass-rushing abil- 
ity in the spring game with four sacks. 

2001 (Freshman): Redshirt season. 

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 pre- 
season 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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Tailback 
5-9- 196* Jr.-2V 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
(George Washington HS) 

On Perry: Fourth-year junior and All-America candidate 
who enters the season as a player to watch at both the con- 
ference and national levels . . . ACC Offensive Player of the 
Year in 2001 ... candidate for the Doak Walker Award after 
working his way into becoming a finalist for the honor as a 
sophomore . . . missed spring due to a stomach strain suf- 
fered priorto the Orange Bowl ... a qukk.explosive tailback 
who is surprisingly powerful ... combines quick feet, a 
strong burst, breakaway speed and excellent open-field 
moves . . . when healthy, hits holes hard and is always a 
threat to go the distance . . . always seems to finish plays 
falling forward . . . added weight in the offseason to help 
improve his late-season endurance . . . proved to be a po- 
tent receiver out of the backfield in the second half of the 
season when the opposition's focus became stopping the 
Maryland rushing attack ... a preseason second team All- 
American and first team All ACC as chosen by The Sporting 
News . . . also selected by TSA/as the fourth-best tailback in 
the country ... a preseason first team All-American selec- 
tion by Lindy's and a third team by Athlon and 
Collegefootballnews.com . . . also ranked by Lindy's as the 
best running back in college football. 

2001 (Junior): Starter in all 1 1 regular season games and 
the Orange Bowl ...rushed 219 times for 1,242 yards and 10 
touchdowns ...finished second on the team in receiving with 
40 receptions for 359 yards and a pair of TDs ... ACC Offen- 
sive Player of the Year . . . was the first non-senior to win the 
award and is just the first Terrapin to ever win the presti- 
gious award . . . named a second-team All-American by Foot- 
ball News ...a 2001 finalist for the Doak Walker Award, given 
to the nation's top running back . . . one of a record-tying 
seven Terps to earn first-team AII-ACC honors ... finished the 
season ranked 1 9th in the NCAA in rushing yards per game 
(1 12.9) ...also ranked among the nation's leaders in all-pur- 
pose yards per game (ninth/1 56.2) and scoring (69th/6.55 
ppg) ... averaged 5.7 yards per carry and had 1 2 touchdowns 
... became the only sophomore in Maryland history to have 
five consecutive 100-yard efforts ...with his 64 yards on 10 
carries in the first half of the WVU game, it snapped a streak 
of three straight 100-yard outings by halftime ... was just 
the fifth Terp to crack the 1,000-yard plateau in a season ... 
(vs. NCSU) ran for 91 yards on 21 carries ...also caught five 
passes out of the backfield for 35 yards including a clutch 
fourth-down conversion on the team's final drive that he 
caught as he was falling backwards toward the sideline ... 
(vs. CU) led the Terps with 90 rushing yards on 21 carries ... 
also caught thm , for 37 yards including the game- 

breaking score to pu rps ihead 24-6 ...(vs. FSU) led 

the Terps in receiving w ix catches for 70 yards ... had the 
team's longest pass play i .day wh n he raced 38 yards 
on a swing pass to set up inyland touchdown ...the 38- 



yard reception was the longest of Perry's career ... rushed for 
67 yards on 13 carries (5.2 average) and a touchdown ...was 
selected the player of the game for Maryland by ABC ... (vs. 
Duke) had 79 rushing yards on 13 carries in limited action ... 
led the team with six catches for 62 yards ...scored the Terps' 
second touchdown on a 12-yard run in the first quarter ... 
(vs. GT) was held under 100 yards for the first time in the 
season, rushing for 49 yards on 1 8 carries ...caught five passes, 
though ... (vs. UVa) finished with 1 43 yards on 25 carries and 
a touchdown ...also caught a career-high eight passes for 
51 yards ... (vs. WVU) posted a 31-carry, 153-yard perfor- 
mance ... rushed for one touchdown while also catching two 
passes for 28 yards ...(vs. WFU) turned in the second-best 
rushing performance in Maryland history with a career- 
high 276 yards on 30 carries ...was named ACC Offen- 
sive Back of the Week for his efforts ...the 276 yards i> 
trails only LaMont Jordan's 306 yards gained vs. Vir- 
ginia in 1999 in the Maryland record book ...scored ,^ — 
two touchdowns on the day on long runs of 80 and 
50 yards ...the 80-yard scamper was the first play 
of the game for theTerps on offense and was 
the longest run by a Terp since Jor- 
dan had a 90-yard run vs. Vir- 
ginia in '99 ... his 276 yards 
were the most ever vs. Wake 
Forest, breaking the old mark 
by South Carolina's George 
Rogers, who ran for 237 yards 
in 1 978 ... fi's. f/WW ran for 133 
yards on just 16 carries ... 
reached the century mark be- 
fore halftime for the second 
straight week ... scored a career- 
best three touchdowns ... (vs. 
UNC) turned heads after his first 
career start. ..ran for 11 6 yards on 
21 carries (5.5 yards per carry) .. 
continued to get better and better 
as the game went on ...totaled 70 
yards in the second half at an impressive 7 
yards per attempt. 

2000 (Sophomore): Redshirt season. 

1999 (Freshman): Saw action in seven games as a true 
freshman . . . was No. 3 in Maryland's tailback rotation . . . 
averaged 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 Washington 
High School in Philadephia, Pa. ...rushed for 1,041 yards and 
1 2 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 Inguirer 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 



Career Statistics 






„ 


Rushing G-GS Art 


Net 


Avg 


TD 


[ 1999 7-0 30 


195 


6.5 





43 


| 2000 Redshirt 


season 








s 2001 11-11 219 


1,242 


5.7 


10 


80 


Career 18-11 249 


1,437 


5.8 


10 


80 


Receiving G-GS Rec 


Yds 


Avg 


TD 


LP 


I 1999 7-0 1 


9 


9.0 





9 


j 2000 Redshirt 


season 








I 2001 11-11 40 


359 


9.0 


2 


38 


Career 18-11 41 


368 


9.0 


2 


38 J 




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i 



USA Today All-Ameri- 
can and a SuperPrep all-re- 
gion choice ...helped Washing- 
ton to a 10-1 record and a spot in 
the semifinals of the postseason 
playoffs ... transferred to Washington for 
his senior season after playing his sophomore 
and junior seasons at Cardinal Dougherty High 
School ...attended West Catholic High School as a fresh- 
man ...ran a 10.4 100 meters at the AAU Junior Nationals. 

Personal: Bruce Perry was born March 22, 1981 ... son of 
Kevin and Robin Perry ..majoring in criminal justice. 



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Offensive Tackle 

6-4 • 319 • Fr.-RS 

Ft Washington, mil. (Oxon Hill HS) 

On Powell: Young player who started the spring at guard 
but has since moved to tackle ... is listed third on the depth 
chart at right tackle. 

2001 (Freshman): Redshirt season. 

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 team Asso- 
ciated Press Big School all-state, second team All-Met by the 
Washington Post and first team 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, D.C. Pigskin Club All-Metro team . . . sec- 
ond teamallcountybythePGyoumo/asajunior . . . athree- 
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. 



Defensive End 

6-3 • 256 • Sr.-2V 

Baltimore, Md. (Lansdowne HS) 

On Roundtree: A physical force who had the most pro- 
ductive season of his career at defensive end a year ago . . . 
one of the strongest players, pound for-pound, in the his- 
tory of Maryland football ... led defensive linemen in ev- 
ery strength/athleticism category (bench press.clean.sguat, 
vertical jump and 40 yard dash time) after last year's test- 
ing ... strength index of 831 is the highest of any player at 
any position in school history (surpassing the record of 796 
he set a year ago) . . . combines a 475-pound bench press 
with a 740-pound sguat, a 35-inch vertical jump, a 352- 
pound clean and jerk and a 4.63 time in the 40-yard dash 
. . . showed speed, athleticism and an ability to get into 
the opposition's backfield a year ago. 

2001 (Junior): Started every game but one at defen 
siveend ...finished the season with 27 tackles (1 5 solo), 
five tackles for loss, 4.5 sacks and a fumble recovery 
. . . sack total was second best on the team . . . had a 
team-high 1 2 quarterback hurries . .. (vs. TSU) had a 
busy day, finishing with 1 .5 sacks for minus 1 3 yards 
and two TFLs along with four total tackles ... (vs. GT) fin- 
ished with one sack and five tackles ...also had two guar- 
terback hurries ...(vs. UVa! recovered a fumble by UVa guar- 
terback Bryson Spinner in the first guarter ...also assisted 
on one tackle ... (vs. WFU) made three tackles before leav- 
ing the game with a sprained ankle ... (vs. EMU) had one 
sack for 1 1 yards ... also had three quarterback hurries ... 
(vs. UNC) had three tackles ...also had a sack and two quar- 
terback hurries ... the sack was almost a safety as he 
downed Ronald Curry at the one-yard line. 

2000 (Sophomore): A five-game starter at defensive end 
who appeared in 10 games overall ... totaled 22 tackles, 
including three for losses . . . registered four guarterback 
hurries . . . opened the first two games as a starting de- 
fensive end . . . also had starts vs. Wake Forest, Duke and 
NC State . . . had a season-high seven tackles in the Florida 
State game . . . also had four tackles each vs. Temple and 
Clemson. 

1999 (Redshirt Freshman): A six-game contributor 
who recorded five tackles . . . three stops vs. Western Caro- 
lina, two vs. West Virginia. 



1998 (Freshman): Redshirt season. 

High School: A 1998 graduate of Lansdowne High School 
...selected first team All-Baltimore County as a senior in 1997 
... played both defensive end and fullback ... led the team 
with eight sacks as a senior in addition to rushing for 351 
yards and five touchdowns on just 57 carries ... played in 
the Baltimore County Senior All Star game and was selected 
to the Mason-Dixon Shrine Classic ...as a junior in 1996,he 
led the team to its first winning season in 10 years, register- 
ing four sacks and rushing for 375 yards and two touch- 
downs ... was selected first team All Baltimore County as a 
linebacker ... also lettered in basketball and track ... high 
school coach was Frank Meehan. 

Personal: Durrand 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. 







Defense CCS UT AT 


77 


m 


Sorts 


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 


2001 11-10 15 12 


27/2.5 


5-36 


4.5-36 


0-0 


Uareer 27-15 32 22 


54/2.0 


8-43 


5.0-41 






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KYLE 
SCHMITT 



Personal: Kyle Schmitt was born August 12, 1 981 ... son of 
Edward and Christine Schmitt ... a letters and sciences ma- 
jor who plans to pursue a degree in education ... a Mary- 
land scholar-athlete in 2000 and 2001 . 



Center 

6-5 • 298* So.- IV 

Latrobe, Pa. (Deny Area HS) 

On Schmitt: One of the young, talented players on an of- 
fensive line that returns four starters and a good deal of 
experience . . . was an integral part of the line as a redshirt 
freshman a year ago as he served at the team's top backup 
. . . versatile and intelligent enough to play either guard po- 
sition or center . . . locked up the starting center position 
with a strong spring and offseason ... a tough player with 
quick feet. 

2001 (Redshirt Freshman): Appeared in all 11 games 
and the Orange Bowl ... the team's top reserve on the of- 
fensive line. 

2000 (Freshman): Redshirt season. 

High School: A 2000 graduate of Derry Area Senior High 
School in Latrobe, Pa. ... rated one of the top five linemen in 
the state of Pennsylvania by the Big 33 Coaches Association 
...capped his senior season by earning first team all-state 
honors from the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette ... a PrepStar All- 
America n and an all-region choice by SuperPrep ... nomi- 
nated to play in the Big 33 All-Stargame 
...was a two-time first team All-Greater 
Alleghany Conference selection as an 
offensive tackle ...two-way varsity 
starter for three seasons . 
entered his senior sea- 
son as a preseason All- 
American by Street & 
Smith's ... also played 
basketball ... high 
school coach was | 
Greg Dorn. 





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Defensive End 
6-1 • 248 • So.-RS 
Baltimore, hid. (Kenwood HS) 

On Scott: Second-year player who walked on last season 
and has impressed coaches since his arrival . . . started the 
season at fullback last year but has moved to defensive end 
... has drawn attention with his size and athleticism and 
been mentioned as a player to watch down the road. 

High School: A three-year letterwinner and 2000 gradu- 
ate of Kenwood High School in Baltimore . . . team captain 
and a second-team all-county selection as a defensive line- 
man in 1999 ... posted 65 tackles and 10 sacks as a senior 
. . . posted 22 career sacks in his three years . . . also let- 
tered two years in basketball . . . averaged 8.6 points and 
4.7 rebounds per game as a senior for a team that went 21 - 
6 ... an all-academic team selection. 

Personal: Henry Daniel Scott was born September 23, 1982 
in New York City ... son of David and Laverne Gamble . . . 
majoring in economics ... enjoys 
drawing . . . member of the Off the 
Wall art club and the National Art 
honor society ... an International 
Baccalaureate Diploma Gradu- 
ate in high school . . . lists 
his parents as the people 
he most admires. 




Wide Receiver 
6-4* 191 *So.-1V 
Hampton, Va. (Phoebus HS) 

On Shanks: Receiver in his third year who will be trying to 
overcome an injury suffered at the end of last year ... tall 
receiver who could become a force with more consistency 
and experience . . . tore the anterior cruciate and medial 
collateral ligaments in his right knee in the "Scout Bowl" 
prior to the NIC State game . . . did not participate in spring 
drills due to the injury. 

2001 (Redshirt Freshman): Saw action in eight games 
. . . caught three passes for 34 yards with a long of 17 ... 
(vs. Duke) played, but did not have any catches ... had a 
chance to catch his first career touchdown, but he dropped 
it in the end zone ... (at GT) caught one pass for 17 yards ... 
the 1 7-yard grab was his longest of the season ... (vs. EMU) 
caught two passes for 17 yards ...the two catches were the 
first of his career ... also caught a two-point conversion. 

2000 (Freshman): Redshirt season. 

High School: A three-year letterwinner and 2000 gradu- 
ate 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 1 999 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 crimi- 
nology & criminal justice ...a 
Maryland scholar-athlete in 2001 . 









Career Statistics 






Can 

Receiving GGS 
12001 8-0 




/)« 



Ms 
34 



Avg 

11.3 



TO long 



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| Nose Tackle 

6-4 • 285 • Sr.-2V 

Ft. Washington, Md. 
I (Bishop McNamara HS) 

| OnShime: Fifth-year senior who enters 2002 as a backup 
at nose tackle to C.J. Feldheim . . . made the move from de- 

Ifensive end to nose tackle last spring . . . good upper body 
strength . . . one of five defensive linemen to earn Iron Terp 
status for their work in the weightroom . . . strength num- 
i bers in the spring included a 450-pound bench, 610-pound 
' sguat and a 32-inch vertical jump. 

! 

2001 (Junior): Appeared in five games ... had three total 
I tackles, one solo . . . had one tackle for loss ... all tackles 
j came in the Eastern Michigan game. 

, 2000 (Sophomore): Saw action in each of the season's 
] first eight games . . . finished with five tackles (one for loss) 
I and three quarterback hurries ... top outing was against 
Middle Tennessee (two solo stops). 

s 

11999 (Ftedshirt Freshman): Played in nine games . . . reg- 
istered four total tackles, two apiece vs. Western Carolina 
and West Virginia. 

J 1998 (Freshman): Redshirt season. 

i High School: A one-year letterwinner and 1998 graduate 
y Bishop McNamara High School ...foreign exchange student 
from Cameroon who was named second team All-Washing- 
ton Catholic Athletic Conference as a senior in 1 997, his first 
and only year of playing organized football ... totaled 47 
tackles.eight sacks and two fumble recoveries ...played two 
seasons of high school basketball and chose to play football 
as a senior . . . high school coach was Chip Armstrong. 



Personal: Guillaume Shime was born January 19, 1979 in 
Cameroon ... son of Alougou and Fombor John ... speaks 
three languages (German, French, English) ... prefers to go 
by the nickname "Will" . . . last name is pronounced 'SHE- 
may" ... majoring in business and French language/litera- 
ture . . . Maryland scholar-athlete. 



Career Statistics 

Defense 6-CS UT AT TT 


m 


Sacks Int. 
0.0-0 0-0 


1999 9-0 2 2 4/0.5 


0-0 


2000 8-0 4 1 5/0.6 


1-1 


0.0-0 0-0 


2001 5-0 3 1 4/0.8 


i-i 


0.0-0 0-0 


Uareer 22-0 9 4 13/0.6 


2-2 


0.0-0 0-0. 




Wide Receiver 

6-5 • 203 • Fr.-RS 

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

On Smith: Redshirt freshman who could factor in at re- 
ceiver with experience . . . spent last season working with 
the scout team. 

2001 (Freshman): Redshirt season. 

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 jun- 
ior, 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. 



High School: A 1999 graduate of Meade High School in 
Fort Meade.Md. ...a talented all around prospect who played 
two seasons at Meade after relocating with his family from 
Texas ...alternated between quarterback and running back 
on offense, and was regarded as a hard hitting safety on 
defense ...also punted, averaging 35 yards per punt ...had 
four interceptions and 106 tackles as a senior while earn- 
ing first team all-county accolades and SuperPrep all-region 
mention at safety ... was second team all-county as a junior 
...rushed for 1,189 yards on 136 carries in 1998 ...had 14 
touchdowns and 8.7 yards per carry ...team was 5-5 in 1998, 
7-3 in 1997 ...high school coach was Mark Frye. 

Personal: Andrew Smith, Jr. was born August 14, 1981 ... 
son of Clarice and Andrew Smith ... majoring in communi- 
cations ... father is a retired military officer . . . named a 
Maryland scholar-athlete in 2000. 

Career Statistics 

Defense C OS UT 

2000 8-1 11 

2001 3-0 
Career 11-1 11 



tic 


s 


T'L 
0-0 


Sacks 
0.0-0 


Int. 
1-0 


8 


19/2.4 





0/0/0 


0-0 


0.0-0 


0-0 


8 


19/1.7 


0-0 


0.00 


1 





Strong Safety 

6-0* 197- Jr-IU 

Fort Meade, hid. (Meade HS) 

On Smith: Junior comer who will get a look this year at safety 
. . . spent his first two years at Maryland as a cornerback . . 
missed half of last season which affected his chances of gain- 
ing a starting job . . . did appear on special teams after re- 
turning . . . has good size and strength . . . came on strong 
at the end of his redshirt freshman season and appeared 
headed in the right direction ... an Iron Terp with a 500- 
pound squat, 330-pound bench and a 38-inch vertical jump 

2001 (Sophomore): Saw action in three games ... 
played mostly on special teams ... did not record any tackles 



2000 (Redshirt Freshman): Appeared in eight games.mak- 
ing his first career start in the season finale (Georgia Tech) . . . 
totaled 19 tackles, five pass breakups, one interception and 
one fumble recovery ... lone interception came in the Florida 
State game . . . career-high seven tackles in the Virginia game 
. . . also had four tackles in the overtime victory over NC State 
... did not play in the season's first two games. 



Linebacker 

6-0 -218 -So -IV 

Waldorf, Md. (WesUake HS) 

On Smith: Speedy, hard-hitting 
linebacker who will work at 
middle linebacker this year . . . 
was one of just four true fresh- 
men to see action a 
year ago .. . played 
primarily on spe- 
cial teams ... an 
Iron Terp ... will 
compete in the 
fall for playing 
time at 

w e a k s i d e 
"Will") line- 
backer. 



2001 (Freshman): 
Saw action in 10 
, games ... made 
I three tackles (one 
| solo) on special 
teams ... also 
worked with the de- 
fensive scout team. 






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MARYLAND 



CH.1NPS 



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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 punt 
. . . 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- 
Southern Maryland Athletic Conference as a senior ... fin- 
ished his career as the school's third-leading tackier, total- 
ing 2 1 6 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 Starks 
... 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. 

At 

Defense 
\2001 



Career Statistics 



CCS 

10-0 



UT 
1 



TT 
3/0.3 



m 

0-0 



Sacks 
0.0-0 





Defensive End 
6-4 • 262 • Jr.-2V 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
(George Washington HS) 

On Smith: Player who enters his fourth year with an oppor 
tunity to earn significant playing time at end ... a 
strong pass rusher who coaches expect to be im- 
proved overayearago . . . talented player 
who has good sizeand athleticism 
... has good speed 
for an end (4.71) 
... came on 
strong in the 
second half 
of the 2000 
season af- 




ter being moved from the offensive side of the ball ... has a 
knack forgetting to the quarterback . . . had back surgery prior 
to spring practice but performed well in the offseason none- 
theless . . . hope is that he can contribute 25-30 plays a game 
at the highest level of intensity. 

2001 (Sophomore): Played in eight games with no starts 
... had four tackles (all solo), two TFLs and one sack ... (vs. 
NCSU) had one TFL for minus two yards ... (vs. TSU) posted 
his first sack of the year for minus 1 2 yards. 

2000 (Redshirt Freshman): Played in five games with 
two starts . . . enjoyed a productive second half of the sea- 
son after missing the first six games of the year with a back 
injury . . . totaled 1 2 tackles, including a career-high six stops 
vs. North Carolina . . . had three sacks and four TFLs in just 
five games . . . also credited with four quarterback hurries 
. . . earned starts at a defensive end position for the final 
games of the year, vs. North Carolina and Georgia Tech. 

1999 (Freshman): Redshirt season. 

High School: Graduated from George Washington High 

School in Philadelphia, Pa played both defensive end and 

offensive tackle as a senior in 1998, earning first team a 
city, first team all-area and first team All-Public League 
recognition ... also was a SuperPrep all-region 
choice ... totaled 83 tackles and four sacks on 
defense while averaging eight tackles per 
game....helpedWashingtontoa 10-1 record, 
a division title and a spot in the semifinals of 
the postseason playoffs ... was selected to 
play in the city all-star game ... was a two- 
year starter on the offensive line and a one- . 
year starter on the defensive line. 

Personal: Scott R. Smith was born October 
4, 1981 ... son of Marcia Smith and Norman 
McCall ... brother, Ryan, is a senior defensive 
lineman at Pittsburgh ... high school 
standout with Maryland team- 
mates Bruce Perry and Jafar Wil- 
liams . . . majoring in commu- 
nications ... a Maryland 
scholar-athlete in 2000. 




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Career Statistics 

Defense CCS UT 

2000 5-2 6 

2001 9-0 4 
Career 14-2 10 



11 L 

AT 


TT 


TFl Socks 


Int. 


6 


12/2.2 


4-18 3.0-16 


0-0 





4/0.4 


2-14 1.0-12 


0-0 


6 


16/1.1 


6-32 4.0 28 






Defensive Tackle 
6-4 • 302 • So.- IV 
Waldorf, md. (Westlake HS) 

On Starks: A talented young player who is already making 
a name for himself ... a key addition to the defensive line 
in his first season of collegiate ball a year ago ... can play 
defensive tackle or end ... has worked hard to get stronger 
and enters 2002 camp in excellent shape ... is listed as the 
starter at tackle at the start of fall . . . combines athleticism 
with an ideal defensive lineman frame . . . could play his 
way into postseason recognition 
with continued improvement ... 
an IronTerp with the second-high- 
est strength index (751) among 
defensive linemen . . . chimed in 
with a 720-pound squat in the 
spring ... a preseason 
second team AII-ACC se- 
lection by The Sporting 
News. 

2001 (Freshman): Saw 

action in all 11 games as 
well as the Orange Bowl 
. . . posted 35 tackles (24 
unassisted), seven TFLs, 3.5 
sacks and had one quarter- 
back hurry ... a fourth- 
team Freshman All- 
America selection by The 
Sporting News ... (Orange 
Bowl) had six tackles and 
one tackle for a loss ... (vs. 
NCSU) had a strong effort 
- with five total tackles including four solo stops 
f ...(Vs. Outplayed the finest game of his young 
career, totaling a career-high nine tackles ...five 
of the tackles were solo stops ... played 35 snaps 
and finished with two TFLs and one quarterback 
sack ...(vs. GT) played well and finished with eight tackles ... 
also finished with a career-best 1.5 sacks and two TFLs for 
minus nine yards ...forced a fumble in overtime to preserve 
Maryland's victory. ..nominated for ACC Rookie of the Week 
for his efforts ... (vs. EMU) tallied four tackles including his 
first career sack ... (vs. UNC) appeared in his first collegiate 
game ...recorded his first tackle in limited playing time. 

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 of- 
fensive 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 




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player (at any position) overall in the Mid Atlantic region by 
SuperPrep ... one of SuperPrep'-, 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 se- 
lection by PrepSlar . . . also named first team All Southern 
Maryland Athletic Conference for the second straight sea- 
son ... named the states top lineman by ESPN.com's Tom 
Lemming ... team captain as a senior . . . honorable men 
tion all-state as a junior after recording 67 tackles, six sacks 
and two forced fumbles ... named to George Michael's 
Golden 1 1 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 . teammate of fellow 01 recruit 
Maurice Smith ... a three-year letterman in basketball . . . 
finished his prep career with 1 ,0 1 1 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 Mary- 
land over Penn State, Virginia Tech and several others ... high 
school coach was Dom Zaccarelli. 

Personal: Randolph Starks was born December 14, 1983 
... son of Beverly and Randolph Starks . . . majoring in let- 
ters and sciences. 




Wide Receiver 
6-2 • 208 • Fr.-HS 
Carmel, N.Y. (Carmel HS) 

On Stellaci: Walk-on with good size who will look to com- 
pete at wide receiver. 

High School: A one-year letlerwinner and 2000 graduate 
of Carmel High School in Carmel, N.Y. . . . played tight end 
as a prep . . . also lettered three years in track & field . . . 
competed in the pole vault and 4x100 relay. 

Personal: Paul William Stellacci was born on December 2, 

1981 in Carmel, N.Y son of Richard and Joanne Stellacci 

. . . father is a sergeant in the sheriff's department . . . ma- 



joring in history. 




2001 (Freshman): Redshirt season. 



Defensive Tackle 
6-5 • 291 • Fr.-RS 
| Woodbine, Md. (South Carroll HS) 

ij On Steele: Second-year walk-on who stood to compete at 
defensive tackle before injuring his knee in the spring . . . 
tore his anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee on the 
third day of spring practice (had reconstructive surgery on 
April 17) . . . player with good size and strength ... put on 
16 pounds in his first year .. . began his collegiate career as 
an offensive guard. 

I 

I 

High School: A two-year letterwinner and 2001 graduate 

!of South Carroll High School in Sykesville, Md played of- 
fensive and defensive tackle . . . team captain as a senior 
an all-county selection in 2000 as well . . . also com- 
peted in track and wrestling . . . finished third in the state 
in the shot put as a junior and a county wrestling job as a 
senior . . . high school football coach was Gene Brown. 

Personal: Michael Benjamin Steele was born September 
9, 1983 in Woodbine, Md. . . . the son of Jim and Christie 
Steele . . . family lives on and works for Shamrock Farms, a 
farm owned by the Rooney family, owners of the Pittsburgh 
ISteelers ... has four brothers . . . majoring in letters and 
sciences ... member of the National Honor Society. 



Strong Safety 
6-0 • 202 • Sr.-3V 
Washington, D.C. (Anacostia HS) 

On Stewart: Fifth-year player who came on last season 
as a playmaker on special teams and in the nickel pack- 
age . . . listed behind Dennard Wilson on the depth chart 
at strong safety after spring ball ... has had injury prob- 
lems but played injury-free last year and showed the ability 
to get into the opponent's backfield in nickel situations . . . 
an Iron Terp. 



2001 (Junior): Played in all 1 1 regular season games and 
saw action in the Orange Bowl . . . had his best year as a 
Terp, recording 19 tackles, four for loss, with 2.5 sacks, an 
interception and a PBU . . . (vs. TSU) played well and totaled 
four tackles including one sack ... two of the four tackles 
were of the solo variety ... (vs. FSU) finished with two tack- 
les including a TFL for minus six yards ... he was also cred- 
ited with half a sack ... (vs. UVa) finished with three tackles 
and an 1 1-yard sack ...the sack was the first of his career 
and ended UVa's first drive of the game ... (vs. WFU) had a 
critical pass breakup late in the fourth guarter to help seal 
the victory ...also had two tackles ...(vs. EMU) made a beau- 
tiful diving interception ... the interception was the first of 
his career ... (vs. UNO tackled tailback Willie Parker in the 
end zone for a safety ... the two-point play gave the Terps a 
9-7 lead before half and helped turn the tables in a 23-7 



2000 (Sophomore): Played in all 1 1 games, primarily on 
special teams made two tackles, both against Clemson. 

1999 (Redshirt Freshman): Saw action in nine games, 
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, honorable 
mention All-Met {Washington Post) selection and a 
SuperPrep all-region choice as a senior in 1997 ... led the 
D.C. area in interceptions (8) as a senior ... helped his team 
to the city championship game ... was a three-year starter 
who totaled 1 8 interceptions, 157 tackles and seven fumble 
recoveries during his career ... also played basketball and 
baseball and ran track ... played high school football under 
his father, Willie Stewart. 

Personal: Tyrone Justin Stewart was born March 10,1980 
... son of Anita and Willie Stewart ... majoring in communi- 
cations. 





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1999 


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2000 


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2 


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2001 


11-0 


12 


7 


19/1.7 


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9 


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Wide Receiver 

5-9* 187*So.-SQ 

Manchester, hid. (North Carroll HS) 

On Suter: Speedy receiver with good hands who will likely 
see playing time as a slot receiver in 2002 . . . slight at 5-9, 
but is one of the fastest and strongest players (pound-for- 
pound) on the team . . . needs more playing time to con- 
tinue improvement . . . will be a candidate for punt return 
duties ... an Iron Terp who set Maryland all-time records 
for wide receivers with a 741 strength index, a 550-pound 
squat and a 330-pound clean . . . also timed at 4.35 in the 
40-yard dash and posted a 40 1/2-inch vertical jump. 

2001 (Redshirt Freshman): Saw action in each of the 
first four games of the season before breaking the index 
finger on his left hand ... had no receptions . . . returned 
one punt for three yards. 

2000 (Freshman): Redshirt season. 

High School: Graduated in 2000 from North 
Carroll High School in Hampstead, Md. ... was 
named honorable mention All-American by USA 
Today, all-region by Prepstar, and was a first 
team all-state and Baltimore Sun All- 
Metro choice ... rushed for more g 
than 4,000 yards in his career, 
including 1,748 yards and 19 
touchdowns as a senior in 
1999 ...ranked eighth in the 
state in rushing ... also 
caught 19 passes for 277 
yards and two touch- 
downs ... high school 
coach was Bill 
Rumbaugh. 

Personal: Steven George Suter was 
born June 26, 1982 ... son of Lynn and 
George Suter ...majoring in criminol- 
ogy & criminal justice ... a Mary- 
land scholar-athlete in 2000 
and 2001. 




Tight End 

6-5 • 228 • Fr.-RS 

Temple Hills, Md. (Potomac HS/ 

Worcester Academy) 

On Thomas: Second-year player who looks to compete at 
tight end ... a walk-on a year ago. 

2001 (Freshman): Redshirt season. 

Prep: Played football and basketball for Worcester Acad- 
emy in Worcester, Mass saw action at tight end and de- 
fensive end ... also a member of the school's track & field 
team. 

High School: A four-year letterwinner and 2000 graduate 
of Potomac High School in Oxon Hill, Md. . . . played quar- 
terback and tight end ... an honorable mention All-Met 
selection as a senior ... also lettered in basketball and track 
& field ... a second team All-Met pick as a senior guard ... 
earned the Wendy's National Student-Athlete Award (1998) 
and the U.S. Marine Corps Distinguished Athlete 
Award (2000) as a prep . . . was also recruited by 
Boston College. 

Personal: Brandon Harris Thomas was born 
March 20, 1982 in Cheverly, Md. . . . son of 
Frank and Patricia Thomas . . . ma- 
joring in letters and sciences 
... member of the Spanish 
1 Honor Society and the Acad- 
! emy of Finance in high 
Wi school . . . worked as an 
intern in the human re- 
k sources office at the 
| Department of Trea- 
sury last summer. 




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Offensive Guard 
6-3 • 304 • Jr.-SQ 
Franklinville, N.J. (Delsea HS) 

On Tyler: Backup who can see time at either guard spot 
. . . another solid player on one of the deepest units on the 
team ... has strong knowledge of entire line's assignments 
and calls .. . enters the season listed as the backup to Todd 
Wike at left guard. 

2001 (Sophomore): Played in four games . . . most ex- 
tensive action came against Duke and Eastern Michigan as 
he was in on 16 plays in each game . .. had just one missed 
assignment in 44 plays on the season. 

2000 (Redshirt Freshman): Saw action in one game at 
guard (vs. Wake Forest). 

1999: Redshirt season. 

High School: A 1999 graduate of Delsea High School in 
Franklinville, N.J. ...named South Jersey Lineman of the Year 
as a senior ... was a first team all-state and a first team all- 
league choice ... named an honorable mention All-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 1 1, 1981 ...son of 
Collett and Ed Tyler ... majoring in economics ... a Mary- 
land scholar-athlete from 1999-2001. 



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Offensive Guard 
6-3 • 303 • Sr.-3V 
\. Lebanon, Pa. 
(Lebanon HS) 

On Wike: Hardworking lineman who enters his senior sea- 

Ison on the watch lists for the Lombardi Trophy and Outland 
Trophy ... an AII-ACC selection a year ago who is one of the 
top guards in the country . . . versatile lineman who has 
l played guard, center and tight end in his Terrapin career . . . 
\ carries a streak of 32 consecutive regular season starts into 
3 the 2002 campaign . . . gritty competitor who overcame 
" injuries to start the final 10 games of 1999 ... a heady per- 
| former who will be one of the leaders of this year's experi- 
1 enced unit which returns four starters . . . all-around ath- 
\ lete with good guickness . . . named a preseason second 
y team Ail-American and first team AII-ACC pick by The Sport- 
| ingNews . . . also chosen by 7SWas the fourth-best guard in 
y the nation ... a preseason second team Ail-American pick 
* by Athlon, Collegefootballnews.com and Lindy's . . . ranked 
j by Lindy's as the best offensive guard in the nation . . . 
earned a bachelor's degree in philosophy last spring ... has 
been designated as this season's LeFrak Scholar in the foot- 
ball program. 



2001 (Junior): Starter in all 1 1 regular season games at 
left guard . . . missed the Orange Bowl due to an injured 
foot that was stepped on in pre-bowl practice sessions . . . 
a first team AII-ACC lineman . . . also a first team Academic 
All-District selection ...had 43"big plays "on the season,sec- 
ond most behind Melvin Fowler who had the most among 
offensive linemen . . . allowed just two sacks in 726 offen- 
sive plays . . . graded out as the team's top lineman vs. Vir- 
ginia, Clemson and NC State ... (Vs. (U) got the start at left 
guard and graded out as Maryland's top lineman ... nomi- 
nated for ACC Offensive Lineman of the Week ... had eight 
"big blocks" ... played 11 snaps ... (vs. UVa) had another 
strong effort starting at left guard, but suffered a sprained 
right foot ...was named ACC Offensive lineman of the Week 
for his efforts ... played a season-high 87 snaps ... (vs. 
WFU) was one of the main cogs behind Maryland's 5 1 9 yards 
of total offense ...played 62 offensive plays ...graded out as 
the team's second-best lineman ... (vs. UNO helped anchor 
an offensive line that controlled the line of scrimmage ... 
had a number of key blocks to spring Maryland's running 
backs and to protect Shaun Hill. 

2000 (Sophomore): Started all 1 1 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 1 1 games (C Melvin Fowler and IT 
Tim Howard were the others). 




1999 (Redshirt Freshman): Started 

in 10 of 1 1 games at left guard as a 
redshirt freshman despite almost 
constant ailments including a frac- 
tured hand and a 
broken nose .. 
nominated for 
The Sporting 
News Fresh- 
man All 
America hon- 
ors ... con- 
verted from 
tight end in spring 
practice, and saw 
time in fall camp 
both at center and 
guard ... spiral 
fracture on his 
right hand kept 
him from compe- 
tition vs. Temple in 
the season opener, 
but he started the fi- 
nal 10 games ... 
helped Terps lead the ACC in rushing of- 
fense 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, PrepStarand the Notional 
Recruiting Advisor ...also was named 
to the Harrisburg (Pa.) 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 
14receptionsfor101 yards and five touch- 
downs ... 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 
Division l-A schools, including Virginia, NC State, 
Georgia Tech, Wake Forest, Clemson, Northwestern, 
Stanford and Michigan State ...selected to play in the 
Mason-Dixon Classic ... was the first freshman to earn 
a varsity letter in the TOO-year history of Lebanon's 
football program ... totaled 174 points, 12 TD recep- 
tions, 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 nomi- 
nated for the McDonald's All-Star game ...high school coach 
was Tom Jordan. 

Personal: Todd Matthew Wike was born on November 18, 
1979 ...son of Kevin Wike ...earned a degree in philosophy 
this past May ... an AII-ACC Academic pick in 1999 ... 
member of Maryland's Student-Athlete Athletic Council . . . 
a Maryland scholar-athlete from 1998-2001. 




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Linebacker 
6-2 • 199-SO.-1V 
Huntington Station, N.Y. 
(Huntington HS) 

On Williams: Player who willcompete at outside linebacker 
(the "Will" position) after spending his first two seasons at 
safety ... the weakside spot is becoming one of the most 
athletic positions on the field as he joins starter Leon Joe and 
second-year player Maurice Smith ... has good speed and 
big-play potential . . . seems to perform better in game situ- 
ations ... has a nose for the ball and likes to hit. 

2001 (Redshirt Freshman): Appeared in eight regular 
season games and the Orange Bowl . . . posted eight tack- 
les (five solo) and recovered one fumble .. . (vs. CU) finished 
with two solo tackles, both on special teams ... (vs. Duke) 
recovered a fumble on a Duke kickoff return to set up the 
Terps third touchdown of the game ...(vs. UVa) made the 
biggest play of his career with a blocked punt in the second 
quarter to lead to a Maryland touchdown ... the blocked 
punt also broke the game open and gave Maryland a 24-7 
advantage at the half. 

2000 (Freshman): Redshirt season. 

High School: A 2000 graduate of Huntington High School 
in Huntington Station, N.Y. ... was an all-state selection as a 
senior in 1999 after accounting for 2,186 all-purpose yards 
and scoring 20 touchdowns ...as a cornerback, he totaled 
71 tackles (52 solos), eight interceptions and 23 pass break- 
ups ...as a tailback, he rushed 110 times for 1,262 yards 
(1 1 .5 average) ... in addition to being named all-state, he 
also was selected All-Long Island.AII-Suffolk County and All- 
Division III ... he was a finalist for the Hansen Award in Suf- 
folk County ...high school coach was Steve Muller. 

Personal: Curtis Antaunn Williams was born April 26, 1982 
... son of Linda and Lawrence Leake . . . majoring in art stu- 
dio. 




Wide Receiver 
6-2*195* Jr.-2V 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
(George Washington HS) 

On Williams: Talented junior who showed big-play ability 
in his first season as a starter . . . tall, athletic receiver with 
good speed and the ability to gain extra yards after the catch 
... is the leading returnee among wide receivers . . . 
coaches anticipate that he can thrive now that he has a year 
of the offense under his belt ... can also 
serve as a backup long snapper in an 
emergency situation. 

2001 (Sophomore): Starter in nine of 
11 games as well as the Orange 
Bowl ... finished third on the 
team with 39 receptions for 
425 yards and two TDs ... one 
of three Terps to have 30-plus 
receptions. ..(Orange Bowl) pro- 
vided one of the bright spots in 
the Orange Bowl with his 64- 
yard touchdown reception 
in the first quarter . .. 
finished the game with 
four catches for 91 yards... 
(vs. NCSU) caught six passes for 63 
yards ... both totals were second on the 
team vs. the Wolfpack ... (vs. TSU) tied 
for the team lead with four recep- 
tions for 39 yards ... did catch a 54- 
yard touchdown from Latrez 
Harrison, but it was called back 
due to a holding penalty ... (vs. 
FSU) caught three passes for 48 
yards ... (vs. Duke) caught three 
passes for 21 yards ... (vs. CT) had 
the best game of his career ...set ca- 
reer-highs in receptions (7) and re- 
ceiving yards (73) ... led the team in 
both categories ... also scored a touch- 
down on a beautiful 11 -yard re- 
verse in the first quarter ... it 
was the first rushing touch- 
down of his career ... (vs. 
UVa) had three catches for 14 
yards including a touchdown ... the five-yard touchdown 
catch gave theTerps'a 10-point cushion after Virginia closed 
the gap to 24-21 ...(vs. EMU) had four receptions for 28 yards 
... (vs. WFU) second on the team with three catches for 45 



yards ... (vs. UNC) got his first career start and also scored 
his first career touchdown ...the scoring strike was theTerps' 
first score of the season ... led the team with two catches 
for 28 yards. 

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:A1999graduateof George Washington High 

School in Philadelphia, Pa earned first team all-city and 

first team all-area honors as a senior in 1998 after catching 
38 passes for 560 yards and eight touchdowns in a wing T 
offense . . . named All-Met by both the Philadelphia Inquirer 
and Philadelphia Daily News . . . was one of 10 players in 
the Philadelphia area to receive a Maxwell Award for aca- 
demic and athletic excellence . . . had three interceptions 
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 
family studies. 




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Free Safety 

6-1 • 193- Jr-RS 

Lanham, Md. 

(DuVal HS/Towson Univ.) 

On Williams: A transfer from nearby Towson University 
who redshirted last season (due to NCAA transfer rules) but 
enters this year as the starter at free safety . . . came to 
Maryland .r. .i w.iik »n but w.i ((ranted a si holarship by 
the end of spring 200) ... has good size and was very im- 
pressive in his first year with the team . . . physical player 
who is versatile enough to play any position in the defen 
sivebackfield . . . primarily played cornerback at Towson . . . 
showed in his first year that he is one of the hardest work- 
ing players on the team . . . versatility will be a bonus to a 
UM secondary which lost three starters from a year ago . . . 
an Iron Terp with a 36-inch vertical jump, 319-pound clean 
i and 4.58 time in the 40-yard dash. 

2001 (Junior): Redshirt season . . named defensive scout 
team Player of the Year (along with linebacker Ricardo 
Oickerson) for his work on the practice field 

2000 (Towson): A nine-game starter at cornerback . . 
finished the season with 42 tackles (32 solo) . . . also had 
two tackles for loss and 1 pass breakups, third most on the 
team . . . team defense held opponents to 1 55.9 yards per 
game passing . . . returned one punt for 22 yards. 

1999 (Towson): Appeared in all 1 1 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 1 10-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 family studies. 



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Strong Safety 
5-11 • 186* Jr.-2V 
Upper Marlboro, find. 

On Wilson: Confident player 
who will enters fall drills as the 
starter at strong safety after 
spending his first two years at 
cornerback ... runs 
well and possesses 
strong cover skills 
. . . local product 
whose skills seem 
to be a better fit 
at safety ... a 
solid tackier 
... an Iron 
Terp. 



(UeMatha HS) 



six stops (five solos) at West Virginia and five solo tackles i 
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 lo n gr n ring 
three interceptions as a cornerback ... named honorable 
mention air state in addition to pulling down first team All 
Prince George's County and first team All-WCAC honors ... 
selected to SuperPreps all-region 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 com- 
munications. 



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2001 (Sophomore): Played in 10 games while starting 
three (missed the Clemson game with a hamstring injury) 
. . . also saw action in the Orange Bowl ... finished the sea- 
son with 25 tackles (19 unassisted), one sack, one TFL, one 
interception and six PBUs . . . (Orange Bowl) had four tack- 
les and an interception . . . returned interception 36 yards 
to the Florida three-yard line, but the Terps could only come 
away with a field goal . . . (Vs. FSU) started at corner and 
finished with five solo tackles ...also had one pass breakup 
...(vs. Duke) notched his first career interception ...also was 
in on three pass breakups ... (vs. GT) had three tackles in his 
second career start ... also had two pass breakups before 
leaving the game with leg cramps ... (vs. UVa) recorded his 
first career sack in the first quarter and also forced a fumble 
by guarterback Bryson Spinner all on the same play ... (vs. 
WFU) made one of the biggest plays of the game with a 
pass breakup on fourth down with just 2:08 remaining in 
the game ... finished with a season-high four tackles. 

2000 (Freshman): Saw significant playing time (six games, 
one start ) as a backup during his true freshman season before 
suffering a knee injury in the Gemson game, which kept him 
sidelined for the remainder of the season . . . totaled 16 tack- 
les in the first six contests of the year, including a career-high 



Linebacker 

6-2 • 24U • Jr.-TR 

Fallbrook, Calif. (Fallbrook HS/ 

Palomar CO 

On Wojcik: Transfer who looks to compete for playing time 
at the "Leo'position ... participated in spring drills where 
he started off at defensive end before being moved to "Leo" 
. . . selected Maryland over the University of Houston. 

2001 (Sophomore at PCC): Starter in all 12 games on a 
team that went 10-2 . . . had 39 tackles (22 unassisted), 
nine QB hurries, 6.5 sacks, eight TFLs, two forced fumbles 
and eight pass breakups . . . played the season despite a 
severe case of turf toe . . . an All-Mission Conference and 
all-state selection . . . aJCGridwire honorable mention All- 
American and first team Academic All-American . . . team 
was ranked 10" in the nation, won its conference and ad- 
vanced to the California Community College State Champi- 
onship game against CCSF (a team led by fellow Terp Or- 
lando Evans). 

2000 (Freshman at PCC): Started in all lOgames in which 
he played . . . missed one game with a dislocated elbow 
. . . team went 7-4. 

High School: A 2000 graduate of Fallbrook High School in 
Fallbrook.Calif.. . . an All-CIF (California Interscholastic Fed- 
eration) heavyweight wrestling champion as a senior . . . 
high school coach was Terry Cummins. 

Personal: Andrew Steven Wojcik was bom July 14, 1981, in 
Fallbrook.Calif. ...son of Jill Wojcik and Warren Wojcik ... ma- 
joring in criminology & criminal justice ... has five brothers 
. . . older brother, Travis, played football at San Diego State, j 



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Wide Receiver 
6-2 • 191 • Fr. 
Randallstown, Md. 
(Mt. Saint Joseph HS) 

High School: A two-year letterwinner and 2002 graduate 
of Mt. Saint Joseph High School in Baltimore, Md a two- 
year starter at wide receiver . . . speedy receiver with good 
size and hands ... caught 38 passes for 426 yards and three 
touchdowns as a senior ... also was on the receiving end of 
two two-point conversions and was the"gunner"on special 
teams in 2001 ... best year, statistically, was his junior sea- 
son when he had 42 receptions for 782 yards and seven TDs 
...a first-team All-MIAA (Maryland Interscholastic Athletics 
Association) pick as a senior ... also a second-team all-city 
and all-county selection ... an All-Atlantic region selection 
by PrepStar . . . team went 15-6 in his two years on varsity 
... also ran track and played basketball as a junior ... com- 
peted indoors and outdoors in the 200 and 400 meters, the 
long jump.triple jump and high jump . . . verbally commit- 
ted to Maryland prior to the 2001 season ... high school coach 
was Mike Working. 

Personal: Paschal Abiamiri was born April 23, 1984 ... is 
the son of Rita and Peter Abiamiri and the brother of cur- 
rent Terp wideout, Rob . . . maintains a 3.42 grade point 
average . . . planned major is computer science . . . name is 
pronounced PASS-kull. 



JOSH ALLEN 




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Tailback 
5-11 • 194 • Fr. 
Bladensburg, Md. 
(Eleanor Roosevelt HS) 

High School: A three year letterwinner and 2002 gradu- 
ate of Eleanor Roosevelt High School in Greenbelt, Md. . . . 
highly rated running back who was named a SuperPrep All- 
American following his senior season ... rated 34th among 
the nation's running backs by SuperPrep . . . one of the state 
of Maryland's top high school prospects . . . totaled 2,999 
rushing yards his junior and senior seasons ... a consensus 
all-state selection who was named second team All Met by 
the Washington Post m 2001 ... named first team all-league 
-ind first team all county . . . a powerful back with outstand- 
ing speed, he rushed for 1,771 yards and 21 touchdowns on 
I / average) as a senior despite missing 
'lames with a bruised knee . . . caught nine pas . 
117 yards and two to helped Roosevelt to a 

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all-county ... an outstanding track athlete who was the 
2001 state Class 4A champion in the 100 meters (10.8) and 
the Prince George's County champion in the triple jump and 
long jump as a junior ... ran on the winning 4x200 relay 
team at the Nike New Balance Games in January of 2002, 
posting a time of 1:28.62 (the 10th fastest high school in- 
door mark ever, according to Track & Field News) . . . also 
recruited by Northwestern, Georgia Tech, Pittsburgh and 
Georgia ...high school coach was Rick Houchens. 

Personal: Josh Allen was born June 11, 1983 ... son of 
Leonard Allen . . . plans to major in sports medicine ... re- 
located to the Maryland area from Tampa, Fla., after his 
sophomore year of high school when his father was trans- 
ferred for job-related reasons . . . high school teammate of 
fellow Maryland signee Chris Choice. 



MATT BRANT 



Free Safety 
6-0 • 170 «Fr. 
Chevy Chase, Md. 
(Gonzaga College HS) 

High School: Graduated from Gonzaga College High School 
in 2002 . . . three-year varsity letterwinner in football and 
lacrosse ... as a senior, tied for the league lead in intercep- 
tions (nine) . . . registered 92 total tackles and four fumble 
recoveries ... had a 20-tackle, two-interception effort vs. 
St. John's ... also was his team's long snapper .. .first team 
All-WCAC choice who helped his team to a 9-3 record and 
theWCACtitlegame . . . started at free safety and long snap- 
per as a junior . . . was an all-league choice in lacrosse his 
junior and senior seasons. 

Personal: Matthew Brant was born August 10, 1983 . . . 
son of Linda and Michael Brant ... his father lettered at 
Maryland from 1967-69, and his unde.Tim, lettered at Mary- 
land from 1970-72 ... has one brother and one sister. 




Wide Receiver 
5-11 • 175 • Fr. 
Suitland, Md. 
(Eleanor Roosevelt HS) 

High School: A three-year letterwinner and 2002 gradu- 
ate of Eleanor Roosevelt High School in Greenbelt, Md 

talented two way player with exceptional speed . . . earned 
All America honors on opposite sides of the ball from two 
major recruiting publications (as a wide receiver by PrepStar, 
as a defensive back by SuperPrep) following his senior sea- 
son judged by someanalysts to bethetopwide receiver 
and cornerback in the state of Maryland . . . rated No. 19 
among the nation's defensive backs by SuperPrep following 
in season in which he registered 12 interceptions (at 



least one pick in all but two games) ... in his junior and 
senior seasons combined, he averaged a whopping 30.4 
yards per catch (24 receptions for 730 yards) and had nine 
TDs for a team which threw the ball sparingly ... on de- 
fense, he totaled 1 6 interceptions his junior and senior sea- 
sons ... as a senior, the big-play wide receiver totaled 1 3 
catches for 319 yards (24.5 average) and a team-best five 
touchdowns ... he also had 57 tackles on defense . . . 
helped Eleanor Roosevelt to a 12-1 record, a state Class 4A 
runner-up finish and a final state Associated Press ranking 
of No. 7 ... as a junior in 2000, he totaled 11 receptions for 
411 yards and four touchdowns on offense in addition to 
accumulating 52 tackles, four interceptions and three guar- 
terback sacks as a cornerback on defense ... he was named 
honorable mention all-county by the Prince George's Jour- 
nal ... in track and field, he participated on the 4x200 relay 
team which placed second in the state championships . . . 
also recruited by Clemson, Georgia, Georgia Tech, Miami 
(Fla.), Pittsburgh and North Carolina . . . high school coach 
was Rick Houchens. 

Personal: Chris Choice was born November 11, 1983 . . . 
son ofTony Crooks and Sharon Choice ... high school team- 
mate of fellow Maryland signee Josh Allen. 



NATHANIEL CLAYTON 



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Center 

6-5 • 310 • Fr. 

Baltimore, Md. (City College HS) 

High School: A four-year letterwinner and 2002 graduate 
of City College High School in Baltimore, Md. . . . a three- 
year varsity starter at offensive guard . . . also played de- 
fensive tackle for the Black Knights . . . player who has been 
described as very agile for his size . . . posted 50 tackles (14 
unassisted) with seven sacks and two fumble recoveries at 
DT as a senior ... named all-state by the Maryland Football 
Coaches Association . . . first team All-Metro by the Balti- 
more Sun . . . also a first team all-county and all-city pick by 
the Sun ... named to the Baltimore Touchdown Club All- 
Star team . . . was second team all-city and all-county as a 
junior as well as an honorable mention All-Metro pick . . . 
an all-Atlantic region selection by PrepStar ... ranked as the 
41st-best offensive tackle in the country by Rivals.com re- 
cruiting service . . . benches 350 and sguats 420 .. . team 
went 11-1 in 2001 and lost in the 2A state final . .. played 
basketball as a freshman and sophomore ... was also re- 
cruited by NC State, Virginia Tech.Michigan and Duke ...high 
school coach was George Petrides. 

Personal: Nathaniel Clayton was born November 14, 1984 
.. . is the son of Cathy and Nathaniel Clayton, Sr. . planned 
major is computer science ... was a Junior Olympics judo 
champion in 1993 and 1994. 



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Linebacker 
6-3 • 229 • Fr. 
North Massapequa, N.Y. 
(Farmingdale HSI 

High School: A font year lelterwinner and 2002 graduate 
of farmingdale Hiqh School in Long Island, N.Y. . .. a three- 
year starter who played rush end as well as fullback as a prep 
... is the total package from an athletic standpoint . . . 
clocked at 4.7 in the 40-yard dash .. . 31 -inch vertical jump, 
370-pound bench and 415 sguat . . . had 68 tackles, eight 
sacks, a safety, two fumble recoveries, an interception and 
six QB hurries as a senior despite being double-teamed all 
year . . . posted 23 sacks in his three years as a starter ... a 
first team All-Nassau County selection in 2001 ... a 
SuperPrep All American who was rated as the 16th best line- 
backer in the nation and third-best player (overall) in the 
region ... an All-East region pick by PrepStar, who ranked 
him as the sixth-best defensive lineman in the region . . . 
team went 10-1 in 2001 and won the Long Island Champi- 
onships ... in his final three years, team won one Long Is- 
land and two Conference I championships . . . also partici- 
pated in basketball (power forward), lacrosse (midfield) and 
track & field . . . was also recruited by Penn State, Miami 
(Fla.), Michigan State, Tennessee and Virginia ... high school 
coach was Buddy Krumenacker. 

Personal: Randy Earle was born July 30, 1983 ... both of 
his parents, his brother and sister are deceased ... has lived 
with the families of different teammates throughout his high 
school career . . . made news by stopping at the scene of a 
head-on automobile collision when he was a junior and pull- 
ing a mother and daughter to safety on the side of the road 
. . . planned major is psychology. 



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Cornerback 

6-0 • 179 • Jr. 

New Cumberland, Pa. 

(Cedar Cliff HS Lackawanna JC) 

Junior College: Attended Lackawanna Junior College in 
Scranton, Pa., where he played the past two seasons under 
former Maryland football player Mark Duda (1979-82) . . . 
a quick learner who has excellent speed (4.4, 10.6) and solid 
cover skills ... was always matched up against the 
opposition's top receiver ... an extremely consistent player 
who also works hard in the weight room, according to his 
coaches ... he is the third Lackawanna defensive back to 
transfer to Maryland in recent years, joining current Terp 
Jamal Chance (a former Lackawanna teammate who trans- 
ferred to Maryland a year ago) andformer Terp Renard Cox 
(1998-99) ... Cox has spent time in the NFL and World 
League since completing his eligibility in 1999; Chance com- 
pleted his first season with the Terps in 2001 and is a senior 
on the Maryland roster . . . because of his age, size, speed 
and experience, is expected to help fortify a secondary unit 



that was dominated by seniors last season ... Haigler.who 
had seven interceptions in his JC career, was considered one 
of Lackawanna's defensive standouts and the best corner in 
the conference in 2001, registering 37 solo tackles, four in- 
terceptions and three pass breakups . . . earned second team 
Northeast Football Conference all-league honors after help- 
ing Lackawanna to a second consecutive 10-0 regular-sea- 
son record and a No.9 final national ranking . . . Lackawanna 
finished the year 10-1 after falling to Ricks College in the 
Real Dairy Bowl in Pocatello, Idaho ... as a freshman in 2000, 
he had three interceptions, four pass breakups and 1 7 tack- 
les and was a key contributor for a Lackawanna team which 
posted the first 10-0 regular season in school history and 
finished the regular season with a final No. 10 national rank- 
ing . . . Lackawanna advanced to the Golden Isles Bowl Clas- 
sic in Brunswick, Ga., in 2000 ... was a.starter on a pair of 
Northeast Football Conference championship teams ... 
Lackawanna was 20-2 in his two seasons at the school ... a 
team captain as a sophomore . . . listed as a'player to watch" 
prior to his sophomore season in the 2001 National Junior 
College Athletic Association football media guide ... se- 
lected Maryland over Michigan State, Auburn and Kansas 
State. 

High School: A 2000 graduate of Cedar Cliff High School in 
CampHill.Pa.. . . selected to play in the Big 33 All-Star game, 
but did not play because of a hamstring injury. 

Personal: Reuben Haigler was born May 29, 1982 ... son 
of Vanessa and Reuben Haigler, Sr. ... plans to major in mar- 
keting . . . family now resides in Jonesboro, Ga. 




Offensive Tackle 
6-6 • 290 • Fr. 
Lawrenceville, Ga. (Brookwood HS) 

High School: A two-year letterwinner and 2002 graduate 
of Brookwood High School in Lawrenceville, Ga consid- 
ered a "late-late bloomer" by his high school coach, Dave 
Hunter, who says his best playing days are in front of him 
. . . only has played four years of organized football ... is 
now listed at 290 pounds after playing his senior season at 
264, according to his prep coach ... has added six inches 
and 100 pounds to his frame since his freshman year . . . 
wears a size 21 shoe (the Atlanta Falcons helped him find 
proper-fitting cleats) ... a player with outstanding charac- 
ter, according to his high school coach . . . starter at left 
tackle as a senior after playing in a limited role on the var- 
sity as a junior . . . comes from a program which has forged 
a reputation for producing outstanding offensive linemen, 
including Curt McGill of Georgia, who was drafted by the 
NFL this spring .. . helped Brookwood to a 5-5 record in 2001 
. . . played for a high school program which won 1 00 games 
during the decade of the 1990s and won a state title in 1996 
. . . also recruited by Georgia, Michigan, Arkansas, Clemson, 
Ohio State, Florida, Alabama, Auburn, Vanderbilt and Ken- 
tucky . . . Brookwood High is the alma mater of Denver Bron- 
cos placekicker Jason Elam. 

Personal: Stephon Heyer was born January 16, 1984 . . . 
son of Ronald and Glenda Heyer . . . plans to major in busi- 
ness. 



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Quarterback 

6-5 • 215 • Fr. 

Sellersville, Pa. (Pennridge HS) 

High School: A three-year letterwinner and 2002 graduate 
of Pennridge High School in Perkasie, Penn., where he played 
for his father, Jeff Hollenbach ... his father is a former foot- 
ball letterwinner at the University of Illinois where he 
quarterbacked the Fighting lllini in 1973and'74 ... tall, ath- 
letic QB with a strong arm who ran a wing-T offensive attack 
. . . three-year varsity player who was the team's starting sig- 
nal-caller as a junior and senior . . .in his two seasons as a 
starter, he completed 168 of 308 (.545) passes for 2,754 yards 
and 26 touchdowns . .. he also rushed 57 times for 140 yards 
and 1 1 scores ... as a senior, he led Pennridge to an 8-3 record, 
including four come-from-behind victories that were decided 
in the final minute of play . . . two of those victories came on 
the road against perennial Pennsylvania powers North Penn 
and Central Bucks West . . . performed extremely well in his 
team's two-minute offense . .. passed for 1,250 yards and 12 
touchdowns in 2001 . . . earned a host of awards and honors 
following his senior season.including the Maxwell Award (one 
of 25 students-athletes in Philadelphia and South Jersey ar- 
eas), first team all-area by the Philadelphia Daily News and 
the Philadelphia Inquirer, first team All-National Conference 
and third team all-state by the Pennyslvania Football News 
... a preseason and postseason SuperPrep all-region choice 
. . . nominated to play in the Big 33 all-star game ... as a 
junior, passed for 1 ,504 yards while throwing about 1 times 
per game for a team that totaled 2,500 yards rushing . . . was 
an all-league baseball player as a junior .. . has a 3.93 grade 
point average . . . member of the National Honor Society . . . 
served as the president of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes 
. . . also recruited by Michigan State, Illinois and Pittsburgh. 

Personal: Samuel Hollenbach was born September 9, 1983 

in Doylestown.Pa son of Jeff and Elizabeth Hollenbach 

. . . plans to major in engineering . . . his father, Jeff, was a 
quarterback at Pennridge High School. 

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Linebacker 
6-4- 210 -Fr. 
Stephentown, N.Y. 
(Albany Academy) 

High School: Four-year varsity starter and a 2002 gradu- 
ate of Albany Academy . . . earned All-Independent Private 
Academy and all-county honors as a senior in 2001 ... Of- 
fensive Player of the Year as a senior and Defensive Player of 
the Year as a junior ... earned 10 varsity letters during his 
prep career (also played basketball and track) . . . a New York 
state scholar-athlete. 



Personal: His father, Brian Holloway, was an NFL All-Pro f 
who played with the New England Patriots and Los Angeles 
Raiders . . . his maternal grandfather, Johnny"Pie"McKenzie, 
played in the NHL for the Boston Bruins ... the oldest son 
of eight children. 




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Linebacker 
6-1 • 234 • Fr. 
Bowie, Md. (Bowie HS) 

High School: A three-year letterwinner and 2002 gradu- 
ate of Bowie High School in Bowie, Md. . . . a three-year 
starter at inside linebacker . . . played tight end as well . . . 
defensive leader for state championship team in 2001 with 
137tackles,foursacksand 11 tackles for loss . . . played four 
games with a broken thumb but still had nine catches for 
112 yards and a touchdown ... started 29 consecutive 
games at one point in his career . . . posted a season-high 
17 tackles against Douglass and Suitland in consecutive 
weeks ... had 14 tackles in the state championship game 
... notched 101 tackles as a junior and caught 12 passes 
. . . timed at 4.7 in the 40 and has posted a 330-pound bench 
and 400-pound sguat ... a SuperPrep All-American who is 
ranked as the 30th-best linebacker in the country and fifth- 
best in the Mid-Atlantic region ... an All-Atlantic region 
selection by PrepStar . . . rated by PrepStar as the second- 
best tight end in the region ... a first team all-state selec- 
tion by Associated Press ... a first team All-Met pick by the 
Washington Post . . . named to George Michael's Golden 1 1 
team . . . team had amazing turnaround in his last two years 
. . . BHS was 6-4 his junior year, marking the first winning 
record in 12 years at the school ... the 11-2 mark and 4A 
state championship in 2001 was the first in school history 
and came on the team's first playoff appearance since 1987 
. . . played basketball as a freshman . . . participated in in- 
door and outdoor track . . . also recruited by Georgia Tech, 
LSU, Michigan State, Syracuse and Tennessee ... high school 
coach was Scott Chadwick. 

Personal: Reggie Holmes was born July 29, 1984 ... son 
of Patience and Reggie Holmes, Sr. . . . father played foot- 
ball at NC Central ... cousin, Wayne, was a member of Penn 
State's 1995 Rose Bowl team . . . planned major is commu- 
nications. 



J.P. HUMBER 



Tailback 

5-11 • 205 • Fr. 

Lakeland, Fla. (George Jenkins HS) 

High School: A three-year letterwinner and 2002 gradu- 
ate of George Jenkins High School in Lakeland, Fla. ... a two- 
year starter in the offensive backfield who also played some 
free safety . . . explosive runner who excels in space and 
catching the ball out of the backfield ... had never played 
football before hi ■-ophomore year of high school . . . com- 
bined for TO ill-purpose yards (700 rushing) as a 
senior despit lor the season with a dislo 
rated shoulder in ! rhe year ... had five 
"id three reci vns in 2001 ... had a 
."d I SI rival lakeland High 
played taiil imiorandac- 
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40 and has posted a 36-inch vertical jump, 265-pound bench 
and 405-pound sguat ... an honorable mention all-district 
and All-Polk County selection as a senior despite missing 
four games . . . second team all-county and honorable men- 
tion all-district as a junior ... an All-Dixie region pick by 
SuperPrep . . . is thefirst football player from his high school 
to earn a Division l-A scholarship ... also a member of the 
GJHS weightlifting and track teams ... grew up playing 
soccer . . . was also recruited by Alabama and Arkansas ... 
high school coach was Casey Vaughn. 

Personal: John Paul Humber was born August 9, 1983 .. . 
son of Clement and Pauline Humber . . . planned major is 
English ... has spent time volunteering at theSoaring Eagle 
Football Camp for kids. 



DWELL JACKSON 



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Linebacker 

6-1 • 220 • Fr. 

Largo, Fla. (Seminole HS) 

High School: A three-year letterwinner and 2002 gradu- 
ate of Seminole High School in Seminole, Fla spent time 

at linebacker, fullback, quarterback and punter as a prep ... 
big-hitting linebacker who covers a lot of ground . . . made 
91 tackles as a senior, including 10 sacks . . . also rushed for 
950 yards with a 5.7-yard average and 1 3 touchdowns as a 
fullback . . . made 150 tackles with 16 for a loss, four forced 
fumbles and four fumbles recovered as a junior . . . was the 
Warhawk's quarterback in 2000 . . . timed at 4.68 in the 40 
and benched 225 pounds 19 times at his school's testing 
day . . . a first team all-state selection by the Associated Press 
as a junior and senior . . .a first team all-conference, all-dis- 
trict and All-Sun Coast selection as a senior . . . was also an 
All-Time Warner first team pick which encompasses Pinellas, 
Pasco and Hillsborough counties on Florida's Gulf Coast ... 
an All-Dixie region selection by SuperPrep . . . an All-South- 
east region pick by PrepStar . . . played in the prestigious 
Florida/Georgia All-Star game ... led all tacklers with 10 in 
a 40- 13 Florida win ... SHS went 23-4 in his last two years 
and made the regional finals both seasons . . . 2000 team 
was undefeated in the regular season and finished 12-1 ... 
was also recruited by Florida, NC State and Louisiana State 
...high school coach was Sam Roper. 

Personal: D'Qwell Jackson was born September 26, 1983 
... son of Willie and Debra Jackson . . . planned major is 
business administration . . . served as a mentor for young- 
sters at a local elementary school . . . vice president of the 
Varsity Lettermen's Club at his high school. 



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Linebacker 

6-3 • 205 • Fr. 

Baeford, N.C. (Hoke County HS) 

High School: A three-year letterwinner and 2002 gradu- 
ate of Hoke County High School in Raeford, N.C a two- 
year starter at middle linebacker ... a very athletic line- 
backer with good lateral movement . . . racked up 1 35 tack- 
les with two interceptions.four fumble recoveries and seven 
sacks as a senior ... 69 of his 135 tackles were of the solo 
variety . . . timed at 4.56 in the 40 . . . has posted a bench 
press of 320 pounds and a 475-pound squat ... a first team 
All-Mid Southeastern Conference selection as a senior and 
a junior . . . also a first team all-region pick as a senior . . . 
an honorable mention all-region selection by PrepStar . . . 
also a two-year letterman in basketball . . . was also re- 
cruited by Wake Forest, Duke and Richmond ... high school 
coach was Greg Bryant. 

Personal: William Kershaw was born December 15, 1983 

... son of Betty and William Kershaw, Sr planned major 

is computer sciences . . . nicknamed the "Hit Man" by his 
teammates. 



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Wide Receiver 

6-2 • 175 «Fr. 

Lancaster, Pa. (J.P. McCaskey HS) ^ 

High School: A three-year letterwinner and 2002 gradu- ^^ 
ate of J.P McCaskey High School in Lancaster Pa. . . . big y 
play talent with outstanding speed who has the ability to 
stretch defenses . . . clocked a 4.3 40 at the Nike Camp in QE= 
April, 2001 ... named Associated Press Big Schools all-state 
and All-East by Student Sports Magazine as a senior . . . also 9^ 
was named to the Patriot-News "Platinum 33"all-star team ^^ 
and to all-region teams by SuperPrep and PrepStar . . . voted ^"** 
the Lancaster-Lebanon League's wide receiver of the year ^- 
. . . formed a dangerous combination with quarterback ^^ 
Perry Patterson, who was expected to sign with Syracuse frr» 
... helped McCaskey to a 10-2 overall record, league co- 
championship and a district runner-up showing in 9C 
2001 . . .finished his three-year career ranked among the top ^^ 
five receivers in school history ... in three years as a starter VI 
on the varsity, he totaled 87 receptions for 1 ,838 yards (2 1 . 1 , 
average) and 17 touchdowns . . . also participated on the ^^ 
track and field team, competing in the triple jump (44-1 1) ^r 
100 meters (10.8) and the 4x100 and 4x400 relays . . . 
helped McCaskey to the county track championship in 2001 0E 
. . . played at the same high school that produced former 
Dallas Cowboy Doug Dennison . . . also recruited by Georgia W* 
Tech, Virginia Tech, Pitt, Penn Stateand Duke... high school 
coach was Scott Feldman. ^^ 

Personal: Daniel Melendez was born February 16, 1984 in ^^ 

Bronx, N.Y. ... son of Diana and Al MrHenry . . . plans to •— 
major in marine biology and criminal justice. 



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Linebacker 
6-3 • 240 • Fr. 
Upper Marlboro, Md. 
(Frederick Douglass HS) 

High School: A three-year letterwinner and 2002 gradu- 
ate of Frederick Douglass High School in Upper Marlboro, 
Md. . . . a three-year starter at linebacker . . . also played 
tight end . . . complete player who combines hard work with 
outstanding physical skills (38-inch vertical jump, 360- 
pound bench, 550-pound sguat) . . . already adept at film 
study . .. FDHS's career tackle leader with a total of 443 ... 
had eight career interceptions . .. posted 158 tackles, three 
forced fumbles, two interceptions and two blocked punts 
as a senior . . . also had 21 receptions for 428 yards and six 
touchdowns . . . career-high 163 tackles and four intercep- 
tions came as a junior in 2000 ... led the team in tackles 
with 122 as a sophomore ... selected as first team all-state 
and Maryland defensive player of the year as a senior by 
the Associated Press . . . first team All-Metro by the Wash- 
ington Post'm 2001 . . . chosen defensive player of the year 
by the PG Journal ... first team all-county (junior and se- 
nior) and all-league (senior) ... a SuperPrep All-American 
... rated the number one linebacker in the state of Mary- 
land (and the 1 4th-best in the nation) by SuperPrep . . . also 
rated by SuperPrep as the second-best player overall in the 
Mid-Atlantic region ... an All-Atlantic region honoree by 
\PrepStar . . . named to George Michael's Golden 11 team . . . 
team compiled a 27-5 record (including a 1 0-0 regular sea- 
son in 2000) in his three years as a starter . . . also a three- 
jyear starter in basketball .. . named one of the top five de- 
fenders (basketball) in the DC. area by the Washington Post 
. averaged 13.2 points and 16.3 rebounds per game as a 
[junior . . . was also recruited by Notre Dame, South Caro- 
lina, Syracuse and NC State ... high school coach was Bill 
Johnson. 

Personal: Shawne Merriman was born May 25, 1984 . . . 
son of Gloria Williams .. . planned major is computer engi- 
neering. 

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Offensive Guard 

6-5- 310 -Fr. 

Garden City, N.Y. (Garden City HS/ 

Phillips Academy Andover) 

Prep School: Played the 2001 season at Phillips Academy 
(Andover (Andover, Mass.) . . . helped his team to a 6-2 record 
. . . selected to the All-New England Prep School team as 
well as to theTeam Elite National All-Star team . . . also par- 
ticipated in track . . . prep coach was Leon Modeste. 

High School: A three-year letterman and 2001 graduate 
I] of Garden City High School . . . played on county champion- 
U ship teams during the 1998, 1999 and 2000 seasons (29-4 
] cumulative record) ... as a senior in 2000, Garden City won 



the Nassau County and Long Island championships with an 
11-0 mark . . . named his team's most outstanding player 
as a senior . . . also accorded all league honors in addition 
to being selected to the Nassau County Senior Bowl All Star 
team . . . named to Boomer Esiason's All Long Island all star 
team ... also played on the basketball and track teams . . . 
high school coach was Tom Flatley. 

Personal: Patrick Jude O'Brien was born February 9, 1983 
..son of Thomas and Donna O'Brien . . . plans to major in 
theatre . . plays the piano, drums and guitar. 



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Placekicker 

6-0* 195 -Fr. 

Worcester, Pa. (Methacton HS) 

High School: Graduated from Methacton High School in 
2002 . . . two-time first team All-Suburban One League 
choice and a two-time all-area selection as a placekicker . . . 
85 percent of his kickoffs as a senior were unreturned . . . 
kicked a school-record 45-yard field goal as a junior . . . also 
participated in baseball, soccerand swimming . . . recruited 
by Purdue, Michigan State, Vanderbilt, North Carolina and 
North Carolina State. 



Personal: Drew Phelan was born Feb. 22, 1984 . 
son of Jim and Debbie Phelan ... has one brother . 
to major in accounting. 



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Punter 

5-10 • 185 • Fr. 
Pittsford, N.Y. 
(Pittsford Sutherland HS) 

High School: A three-year letterwinner and 2002 gradu- 
ate of Pittsford Sutherland High School (near Rochester, N.Y.) 
... a three-year varsity starter who punted and kicked in 
addition to playing fullback and linebacker as a senior . . . 
will come to Maryland primarily as a punter although he 
will also have the opportunity to vie for placekicking duties 
and kickoff chores ... is an outstanding student who was 
named first team all-state as a scholar-athlete by the New 
York coaches'association . . . earned all-region honors from 
SuperPrep and first team all-state honors as a punter/kicker 
from the New York State Writers Association in 2001 after 
connecting on 4 of 6 field goal attempts (including kicks of 
47 and 37 yards) and punting for a 40.7-yard average ... in 
addition, 86 percent of his kickoffs resulted in touchbacks 
... the versatile Podlesh also totaled 92 tackles, five sacks, 
638 rushing yards and nine touchdowns while playing on 
both sides of the ball . . . was selected first team All-Greater 
Rochester by the Rochester Democrat & Chronicle and first 
team All-Monroe County . . . helped Pittsford Sutherland to 
a Class 1 -Section 5 title and a 7-3 overall record as a senior 
... as a junior, was named first team all-county, honorable 
mention All-Greater Rochester and sixth team all-state for 
a Class 1 -Section 5 semifinalist . . . was first team all-county 






and honorable mention All Greater Rochester as a 
more . . . hasoutstandingtrackspeed.ashepostedtl i 
est 200 (21 .58) and 400 meter times (50.5) in the Stal 
junior ... ran the third leg of the state title-winning 4x100 
relay team in 2000 . . . attends the same high school that 
produced former Terp defensive lineman Eric Calendn 
also recruited by Penn State, Syracuse, Michigan State, Wis 
consin and Stanford ... high school coach was Scott Barker. 

Personal: Adam Podlesh was born August 11, 1983 ... 
son of Jack and Jean Podlesh . . . plans to major in life sci- 
ences . . . last name is pronounced "pod-lush." 



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Defensive Tackle 
6-5 • 266 ♦ Fr. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
(Archbishop Ryan HS) 

High School: A three-year letterwinner and 2002 gradu- 
ate of Archbishop Ryan High School in Philadelphia, Pa 

started three years at defensive end while spending time at 
tight end and offensive guard as well . . . good-sized player 
with excellent quickness ... led team in sacks with 1 1 in 
2001 . . . also caught four passes for 27 yards . . . lone TD 
was the game-winner over arch-rival George Washington 
(alma mater of Bruce Perry and Jafar Williams) in the sea- 
son finale ... a first team all-state selection by the Associ- 
ated Press . . . first team All-Catholic League and all-city by 
the Philadelphia Daily News . . . second team All-Catholic 
League asatightendand defensive lineman by the league's 
coaches . . . listed as one of Pennsylvania's top 25 prospects 
by the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette ... an All-Northeast region 
selection by SuperPrep and an All-East region pick by 
PrepStar . . . was also recruited by Penn State, Purdue, Vir- 
ginia Tech, Notre Dame, Virginia and West Virginia ... high 
school coach was Glen Galeone. 

Personal: David Ouaintance was born November 7, 1983 
... son of Sallie and David Quaintance.Sr. . . . planned ma- 
jor is sports medicine. 



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Tight End 

6-4 • 220 • Fr. 

Pomfret, Md. (McDonough HS) 

High School: Graduated from McDonough High School in 
2002 . . . played football his senior season . . . had 14 re- 
ceptions and one touchdown . . . also played on all of the 
special teams and saw limited action at defensive end ... a 
four-year member of the varsity basketball team and a 
three-year varsity letterwinner in baseball . . . captured all- 
county honors in both basketball and baseball. 

Personal: Darren Sanders was bom May 1 1 , 1984 in Wash- 
ington, D.C son of Susan and Harrison Sanders ... has 

one brother. 






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Tight End 




6-5 • 220 • 


Fr. 


Spencerville, 


Md. 


(Paint Branch HS) 



High School: A two-year letterwinner and 2002 graduate 
of Paint Branch High School in Burtonsville, Md a two- 
year starter at tight end . . . intelligent player with good size 
and is still growing (grew an inch his senior year) . . . con- 
sidered one of the best blocking tight ends in the Mid-At- 
lantic region . . . caught 30 passes for 486 yards and one 
touchdown as a senior ... top game was a six-catch, 98- 
yard, one touchdown effort against Springbrook . . . had 21 
receptions for 342 yards and three TDs as a junior ... timed 
at 4.69 in the 40 and bench pressed 185 18 times at the 
2001 Maryland High School Combine ... a first team all- 
state selection by the Associated Press as a senior . . . also 
earned first team All-Met [Washington Post) and all-county 
(PC Journal and Gazette Newspapers) honors in 2001 . . . 
was a second team all-county pick as a junior ... a Mid- 
Atlantic all-region selection by SuperPrep who is dubbed the 
13th-best player in the region by the publication . . .rated 
the number three tight end and an All-Atlantic region choice 
oiPrepStar . . . team went 16-4 in his two years as a starter 
. . . played offensive guard and defensive end in his two 
years on JV ... an all-state selection as a defenseman in 
lacrosse . . . was also recruited by Virginia Tech and Illinois 
... high school coach was Bob Windsor. 

Personal: Bradley Schell was born January 12, 1984 . . . 
son of William and Jerri Schell . . . planned major is aero- 
space engineering . . . interested in the fields of aviation and 
aerospace as a career. 



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Linebacker 
6-2 • 215 • Fr. 
Eldersburg, hid. (Liberty HS) 

High School: A three-year letterman and 2002 graduate 
of Liberty High School ... was a two-time All-Carroll County 
selection ... as a senior in 2001, he led his team with 1 12 
total tackles, including 75 unassisted stops, despite missing 
time with an injury in the first part of the season ... he was 
a second team All-Central Maryland Conference selection 
. played linebacker as a senior after playing defensive end 
as a sophomore and junior . . . also played basketball. 

Personal: letl nh was born August 11,1984 ... son of 
Kevin and Hi. i uvo brothers and one sis- 

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Quarterback 
6-1 • 185 • Fr. 
Chatsworth, Ga. 
(Murray County HS) 

High School: A four-year letterwinner and 2002 graduate 
of Murray County High School in Chatsworth, Ga. . . . highly- 
touted option guarterback who led his high school to more 
victories (19) in a two-year period than any other QB in 
school history ... an outstanding decision maker and the 
best pure athlete to run the option at his high school in the 
last 20 years, according to his coach, Bill Napier, who has had 
eight quarterbacks receive college scholarships during his 
two-decade tenure at the school . . . excellent athlete who 
has extremely quick hands . . . evidence of his decision- 
making skills were apparent during his junior season as he 
led a trio of players, including himself, who all rushed for 
more than 1,000 yards ... as a senior in 2001, he accounted 
for 18 touchdowns (nine rushing, nine passing) while throw- 
ing for 890 yards and rushing for 820 yards . . . was a 
SuperPrep all-region choice in addition to being selected to 
the prestigious Georgia-Florida All-Star game (top 35 play- 
ers from each state) . . . also was selected All-North Geor- 
gia by the Chattanooga News Free-Press and all-area by the 
Dalton Daily Citizen-News . . . selected his team's Player of 
the Year after helping guide his team to a 9-3 record and 
the second round of the Class AAAA playoffs ... as a junior 
in 2000,he rushed for 1,074 yards and 13 touchdowns while 
passing for 882 yards and 11 TDs . , . set a school record (bro- 
ken later in the season by a teammate) when he rushed for 
217 yards in a game vs. Southeast Whitfield High ... was 
selected his team MVP as a junior . . . was his team's start- 
ing receiver as a sophomore and the team's four-year start- 
ing punter . . . showed a glimpse of his ability early in his 
career when he recorded the longest run from scrimmage 
in school history as a freshman, going 98 yards for a touch- 
down vs. Ringgold High School ...also played basketball and 
baseball ... in basketball, was a key contributor on a team 
which reached the state quarterfinals his sophomore sea- 
son .. . led the team in scoring as a junior and senior ... a 
pitcher/outfielder for the baseball team . . . also recruited 
by Auburn, Wake Forest, Western Michigan, Middle Tennes- 
see and Georgia . . . high school coach was Bill Napier. 

Personal: Joel Statham was born April 23, 1984 ... son of 
Mark Statham and Denise Bartley . . . plans to major in com- 
puter science . . . last name is pronounced "state-urn." 



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Cornerback/Wide Receiver 

5-10* 165 *Fr. 

Carrollton, Texas (Creekview HS) 

High School: A two-year letterwinner and 2002 graduate 
of Creekview High School in Carrollton, Texas . . . two-year 
varsity starter as a free safety ... led his high school in tack- 
les and interceptions both seasons ... as a senior, had 112 
total tackles, five interceptions, seven pass breakups and 
three fumble recoveries ... as a junior, totaled 1 1 1 tackles, 
six interceptions and had five returns for touchdowns (three 
interceptions, one punt and one kickoff ) . . . was a two-time 
first team unanimous all-district choice ... as a senior, was 
named second team All-Metroplex (Dallas-Forth Worth 
area) . . . selected to the Dallas-Forth Worth Coca-Cola All- 
Star game following his senior season . . . helped his high 
school, which has been in existence only two years, to a com- 
bined record of 15-6 in the state's highest classification, in- 
cluding an 8-3 mark and a spot in the district playoffs in 
2001 . . . hada22-tackle effort inagamevs. R.L.Turner High 
School his senior season ... a player with great speed who 
is very physical for his size ... has great closing speed . . . 
also recruited by Purdue, Wisconsin, Nebraska, Ohio State 
and Texas Tech ... high school coach was Garry Monty. 

Personal: Joseph Walker was born January 6, 1983 . . . 
plans to major in business administration. 



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Free Safety 
5-11 • 190-Fr. 
Washington, D.C. (Dunbar HS) 

High School: A three-year letterwinner at Dunbar High 

School in Washington, D.C has attended Montgomery 

College for the last year ... in his three-year career at DHS, 
he totaled 20 interceptions, 198 tackles 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 hitters" ... was a 
SuperPrep All-America selection who totaled 58 tackles, 
three interceptions and caused four fumbles as a senior ... 
rated the 1 3th-best defensive back in the country and fifth 
best player overall in the Mid-Atlantic region by SuperPrep 
... team went 9-3 and won its third straight DCIAA champi- 
onship in 2000 ... was a preseason Mid-Atlantic all-region 
choice by PrepStar . . . named to George Michael's Golden 
1 1 All-Star team as a senior ... totaled more than 100 tack- 
les, nine interceptions and 10 pass breakups as a junior in 
capturing All Met and all-league recognition ... 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 




Notre Dame 96 

Akron 97 

Florida State 98 

Eastern Michigan 99 

Wofford 100 

West Virginia 101 

Georgia Tech 102 

Duke 103 

North Carolina 104 

NC State 105 

Clemson 106 

Virginia 107 

Wake Forest 108 

Composite Schedule 109 

Bowl Schedule 110 

Travel Itinerary 1 10 



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NOTRE DAME FIGHTING IRISH 







August 31, 2002 
Kickoff Classic 
Giants Stadium 
East Rutherford, N.J. 




Tyrone Willingham 



2002 Schedule ^ 

A3 1 vs.Maryland (Kickoff Classic at Giants Stadium) 
S7 Purdue 


S14 
S21 
05 
012 


Michigan 

at Michigan State 

Stanford 

Pittsburgh 










019 


at Air Force 






026 


at Florida State 






N2 


Boston College 






N9 


vs. Navy (at Ravens Stadium in 


Baltimore) 


N23 


Rutgers 






N30 


at USC 






2001 Results 






S8 


at Nebraska 


L 


10-27 


S22 


Michigan State 


L 


10 17 


S29 


A&M 


L 




06 




W 


24 7 


013 




W 


34-24 


020 


USC 


W 


27-16 




at Bov 


1 


17 21 






1 


18 28 




Navy 


W 






alSt.ii 


L 








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General Information 

Location: Notre Dame, Ind. 46556 

Founded: "[842 

Enrollment: 10,800 

Nickname: Fighting Irish 

Cote: Blue, Gold 

Stadium: Notre Dame (80,795) 

Surface: Natural Grass 

Conference: Independent 

President: Rev. Edward A. Malloy, C.S.C. 

Athletics Director: Kevin White 

History 

First Year of Football: 1887 

Ail-Time Bowl Record: 13-11 

Years in Postseason Play: 24 

Last Postseason Appearance: 2000 Fiesta Bowl 

Result: Lost to Oregon State, 41 -9 

Ail-Time Record: 781-247-42 

Sports Information 

Football SID: John Heisler 

Office:574-631-75l6 

Home: 574-274-91 72 

E-Mail: heisler.l@nd.edu 
Football Assistant: Lisa Nelson 

Home. 574-273-2973 

E-Mail: nelson.68@nd.edu 
Fox: 574-631-7941 
Press Box Phone: 574-631-7810 
SID Mailing Address: 1 12 Joyce Center, Notre DameJN 46556 
Overnight Address: Same 
Web Site Address: www.und.com 

MediaTeamlink Information 

Releases, statistics, rosters and other information are avail- 
able by accessing www.mediateamlink.com.You can 
have documents delivered directly to your e-mail and/ 
or fax machine the moment they are updated. You can 
also view documents online. 



Returning Statistical Leaders 

Rushing 

Julius Jones, RB 
Carlyle Holiday, OB 



Passing 

Carlyle Holiday, QB 

Receiving 

Julius Jones, RB 

Tackles 

Courtney Watson, IIB 

Donald Dykes, FS 



Coaching Staff 

Head Coach: Tyrone Willingham, (Michigan State'77) 

Career Record: 44-36-1 (7) 

At Notre Dame: First Year 

Football Office Phone: 574-631-7475 

Best Time to Reach Coach: Through SID 

Weekly Press Conference: Tuesday 

Assistant Coaches: Kent Baer, DC; Mike Denbrock, OL; Bill 
Diedrick,OC;GregMattison,DL,JohnMcDonell,OL;Trent 
Miles, WR; Buzz Preston, RB; Bob Simmons, LB; Trent 
Walters, DB 

Team Information 

2001 Record: 5-6 

2007 Conference Record: N/A 

2007 Final Rankings: N/A 

Basic Offense: Multiple 

Basic Defense: 4-3 

Lettermen Returning/Lost: 46/24 

Starters Returning/Lost: 16/8 

Honors Candidates 

Jordan Black, RG; Jeff Faine.C; Joey Hildbold.P, Julius Jones, 
TB/KR; Gerome Sapp, SS; Nicholas Setta, K. 

Offensive Starters Returning (8) 

Jordan Black, RG; Brennan Curtin, LT; Jeff Faine, C; Joey 
Hildbold, P; Carlyle Holiday, QB; Julius Jones, TB; Tom 
Lopienski, FB; Sean Mahan, LG. 

Defensive Starters Returning (7) 

Darrell Campbell, DT; Vontez Duff, CB; Donald Dykes, FS; 
Cedric Hilliard, NG; Gerome Sapp, SS; Shane Walton, CB; 
Courtney Watson, ILB. 

Series History 

Series Record: First Meeting 



GGS 


Art 


Yds 


Avg 


TD 






11-6 


168 


718 


4.3 


6 






11-9 


156 


666 


4.3 


2 






GGS 


PA 


PC 


Pet 


Yds 


TD 


Int 


11 9 


144 


73 


.507 


784 


3 


7 


GGS 


Rec 


Yds 


Avg 


YPG 


TO 




116 


9 


57 


6.3 


5.2 


1 




GGS 


UT 


AT 


TT 


Int 


Sacks 


TFL 


11 11 


35 


•11 


76 


1 


2 


13 


9-8 


28 


20 


48 





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AKRON ZIPS 



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4 



' September 7, 2002 
' Byrd Stadium 
I College Park, Md. 




Lee Owens 



Brandon Payne 



2002 Schedule 

A31 at Iowa 




=2k 


S14 
S21 
S28 


Central Michigan 
at Virginia 










05 


at Eastern Michigan 






012 


Liberty 






026 


atUCF 






N2 


Marshall 






N9 


at Ohio 






N16 


Buffalo 






N23 


at Kent State 






2001 Results 






A30 


Ohio 


W 


31-29 


S8 


at Ohio State 


L 


14-28 


S22 


at Purdue 


L 


14-33 


S29 


Kent State 


W 


14-10 


06 


at Western Michigan 


L 


14-31 


013 


at Miami (Ohio) 


L 


27-30 


020 


Bowling Green 


L 


11-16 


027 


at Marshall 


L 


33-50 


N3 


atUCF 


L 


17-57 


N17 


at Buffalo 


W 


41-14 


VN24 


Eastern Michigan 


W (3ot )65-62 J 



General Information 

location. Akron, Ohio 44325 

Founded: 1870 

Enrollment: 24,358 

Nickname: Z\ps 

Colon: Blue, Gold 

Stadium: Akron Rubber Bowl (35,202) 

Surface: Artificial Turf 

Conference: Mid American 

President: Dr. Luis M. Proenza 

Athletics Director: Michael J.Thomas 



History 



First Year of Football: 1891 ^^^^ — 

All Time Bowl Record: 2-3 

Years in Postseason Play: Three 

Last Postseason Appearance: 1985, Division l-AA Playoffs 

Result: Lost to Rhode Island, 35-27 

All- Time Record: 444-41 8-36 

Sports Information 

football SID: Shawn Nestor 

Office: 330-972-7468 

Home: 330-945-7072 

E-Mail: nestorPuakron.edu 
fax:330-374-8844 
Press Box Phone: 330-798-1278 
SID Mailing Address: 373 Carroll Street, Room 76, Akron, OH 

44325 
Overnight Address: Same 
Web Site Address: www.GoZips.com 

MediaTeamlink Information 

Releases, statistics, rosters and other information are avail- 
able by accessing www.mediateamlink.com.You can 
have documents 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: Lee Owens (Bluffton 77) 

Career Record: 29-48 (7) 

At Akron: 29-46 (7) 

Football Office Phone: 330-972-7466 

Best Time to Reach Coach: Monday mornings 

Weekly Press Conference: Monday 

Assistant Coaches: Dick Flynn, LB; Doug Geiser, TE; Greg 
Gillum.WR; Jim Meyer, DE.Tom Stacy, QB; Joe Tresey, DC/ 
DB; Keith Vecker.OL; Mike Williams, DT; Paul Winters, AHC/ 
OC/RB. 

Team Information 

2001 Record: 4-7 

2001 Conference Record: 4-4 (T -4th) 

2001 Final Rankings. N/A ^^^^^^ 

Basic Offense: Offset -I 

Basic Defense: 4-3 

Lettermen Returninq/L osf:45/18 

Starters Returning/Lost: 10/12 

Offensive Starters Returning (4) 

Man Cherry, WR; Aaron Conley, OL; Charlie Frye, QB; Bran- 
don Payne, RB. 

Defensive Starters Returning (6) 

Jon Fuller, DB; Ryan Gargasz, DL; Marques Hayes, DL; Rickey 
McKenzie, DB; Ryan Myers, LB; Ryan Schulz, DL. 

Series History 

Series Record: First Meeting 



Returning Statistical Leaders 

Rushing 

Bob Hendry, RB 



Passing 

Charlie Frye, QB 

Receiving 

Matt Cherry, WR 

Tackles 

Ryan Myers, LB 



GGS 


Att 


Yds 


Avg 


TD 






9-4 


160 


819 


5.1 


10 






GGS 


PA 


PC 


Pet 


Yds 


TD 


Int 


11-10 


289 


170 


.588 


2053 


9 


6 


GGS 


Rec 


Yds 


Avg 


YPG 


TD 




11-11 


48 


630 


13.1 


57.3 


3 




GGS 


UT 


AT 


TT 


Int 


Sacks 


TFL 


11-11 


58 


19 


77 





1 


2 





FLORIDA STATE SEMINOLES 




September 1 4, 2002 
ByrtJ Stadium 
College Park, Md. 




Bobby Bowden 



Brett Williams 



2002 Schedule 

A24 at Iowa State 
A31 Virginia 
S14 at Maryland 
S21 Duke 
S26 at Louisville 






03 


Clemson 






012 


at Miami 






026 


Notre Dame 






N2 


at Wake Forest 






N9 


at Georgia Tech 






N16 


North Carolina 






N23 


at NC State 






N30 


Florida 






2001 Results 






SI 


at Ouke 


W 


55-13 


S8 


nmgham 


W 


29-7 


S22 


atNc ' ' .irolina 


L 


9-41 


S29 


Wake 


W 


48-24 


013 


Miam 


L 


27-49 


020 


atVir 


W 


43 7 


027 


Mary 


W 


52 31 




nson 


w 


41 27 


N10 




L 


28 34 






1 








w 


28 17 






'M W 


/ J 




General Information 

Location: Tallahassee, Fla. 32316 

FoundedA&l 

Enrollment: 35,000 

Nickname: Sem\no\es 

Colors: Garnet, Gold 

Stadium: Doak S.Campbell (80,000) 

Surface: Natural Grass 

Conference: Atlantic Coast 

President: Talbot "Sandy" D'Alemberte' 

Athletics Director: Dave Hart Jr. 

History 

First Year of Football: 1 947 

All- Time Bowl Record: 19-10-2 

Years in Postseason Play: 3 1 

Last Postseason Appearance: 200 1 Gator Bowl 

Result: Defeated Virginia Tech, 30-1 7 

Ail-Time Record: 399-199-17 

Sports Information 

Football SID: Rob Wilson 

Office: 850-644-1403 

Home: 850-894-5801 

£-Ato/:rlwilson(3>mailer.fsu.edu 
Football Assistant: Jeff Purinton 

Home. 850-298-41 17 

f-Ato7:jpurintoif?mailer.fsu.edu 
fox: 850-644-3820 
Press Box Phone: 850-644-4057 
SID Mailing Address: ?Q 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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able by accessing www.mediateamlink.com. You can 
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Returning Statistical Leaders 

Rushing 

Greg Jones, RB 
NickMaddox.RB 



Passing 

Chris Rix.QB 

Adrian McPherson.QB 

Receiving 

None 

Tackles 

KendyllPopi-.IB 



2002 V^vqenfe 



Coaching Staff 

HeadCoach: Bobby Bowden (Howard College'53) 

Career Record: 323-91-4 (36) 

At Florida State: 250-59-4 (26) 

Football Office Phone: 850-644-7005 

Best Time to Reach Coach: Monday through Thursday, 10 a.m. 

to Noon 
Weekly Press Conference: Monday 
4ss/sfonfCooc/)es: Jody Allen, DE; Mickey Andrews, AHC/DC/ 

DB;JeffBowden,OC/WR;DarylDickey,QB;0dellHaggins, 

DT; Jimmy Heggins, OL; Joe Kines, LB; John Lilly, TE/RC; 

Billy Sexton, AHC/RB. 

Team Information 

2001 Record: S-4 

200 1 Conference Record: 6-2 (2nd) 

2001 Final Rankings: AP (15), ESPN/USA Today (15) 

Basic Offense: Multiple, Pro Set 

Basic Defense: 4-3 

Lettermen Returning/Lost: 55/1 4 

Starters Returning/Lost: 17/7 

Honors Candidates 

Xavier Beitia, PK; Darnell Docket!, DT; Brett Williams, OT. 

Offensive Starters Returning (7) 

Milford Brown, OG; Montrae Holland, OG; Greg Jones, RB; 
Antoine Mirambeau, C; Chris Rix, QB; Brett Williams, OT; 
Ray Willis, OT. 

Defensive Starters Returning (8) 

Michael Boulware, SLB; Rufus Brown, LC; Darnell Dockett, 
DT; Kevin Emanuel, LE;Alonzo Jackson, RB.Kendyll Pope, 
WLB; Stanford Samuels, RC; Jeff Womble, NG. 




Series History 



Series Record: Florida State leads, 1 2-0-0 

Series at Maryland: Florida State leads, 5-0-0 

Series at Florida State: Florida State leads, 6-0-0 

Neutral: Florida State leads, 1-0-0 

First Meeting: 1966, Florida State, 45-24 

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: 2001 (52-31) 

Current Series Streak: Florida State has won 1 2 

Florida State's Largest Margin of Victory: 52 (59-7, 2000) 



GGS 


Att 


Yds 


Avg 


TD 






11 10 


134 


713 


5.3 


6 






11-10 


98 


438 


4.5 


3 






GGS 


PA 


PC 


Pet 


Yds 


TD 


Int 


II 11 


286 


165 


.577 


2734 


24 


13 


9-0 


37 


18 


.486 


198 


2 






GGS 



GGS 

11 11 
11 11 



Rec 



UT 
52 



Yds 



AT 
61 
U 



Avg 



TT 
113 
81 



YPG 



Int 
2 



TD 



Sacks TFL 

2 7 

6 



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2002 ^n^nf- 



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EASTERN IVIICHIGAN EAGLES 





September 21, 2002 
Byrd Stadium 
College Park, md. 




Jeff Woodruff 



Kevin Walter 



2002 Schedule 

A31 at Michigan State 


*\ 


S7 

S14 

S21 


loledo 

Southeast Missouri State 




S28 
05 


Southern Illinois 
Akron 




012 


at Ohio 




019 


at Ball State 




N2 


Central Michigan 




N9 


at Western Michigan 




N16 


Northern Illinois 




N23 


at Bowling Green 




2001 Results 




SI 


Southeast Missouri St. W 


16-12 


S8 


at Maryland L 


3-50 


S22 


Indiana State L 


14-21 


S29 


Western Michigan L 


10-31 


06 


at Connecticut L 


0-19 


013 


Ball State L 


14-35 


027 


Buffalo W 


24-20 


N3 


at Northern Illinois L 


17-40 


N10 


at Central Michigan I 


30-35 


N17 


at Toledo L 


7-28 


N24 


at Akron L 


(3ot) 62-65 



General Information 

Zocaf/o/i.Ypsilanti, Mich. 48197 
Founded: WW 
Enrollment: 23,000 
Nickname: Eagles 
Colors: Green, White 
Stadium: Rynearson (30,200) 
Surface: Astroturf 
Conference: Mid-American 
ft-es/denf.' Dr. Samuel A.Kirkpatrick 
Athletic, Director: Dave Diles 



History 

FirstYear of Football: W9\ 

Ail-Time Bowl Record: 1 1 

Years in Postseason Play: Two 

Last Postseason Appearance: 1987 California Bowl 

Result: Defeated San Jose State, 30-27 

All- Time Record: 404-447-47 



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Sports Information 

foorft0//S/D: Jim Streeter 
Office: 734-487-03 17 
Home: 734-485-3221 
£-/Wfl//:jim.streeter'<? emich.edu 

Football Assistant: John Martin 
Home: 734-547-8409 
f-Ato/.john.martin^emich.edu 

to: 734-485-3840 

Press Box Phone: 734-48 1-0014 

SID Mailing Address: Sports Information, Convocation Cen- 
ter, Room 301, Ypsilanti, Ml 48197 

Overnight Address: 799 Hewitt Road,Ypsilanti,MI 48197 

Web Site Address: www.emich.edu/goeagles 

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Returning Statistical Leaders 

Rushing 

C.R.Roberson.TB 



Coaching Staff 

Head Coach: Jeff Woodruff (Kent State 79) 

Career Record. 5-17(2) 

At Eastern Michigan: 5-17 (2) 

Football Office Phone: 734-487-2 1 60 

8esf Time to Reach Coach: Daily, 1 1 a.m. to 1 p.m. 

Weekly Press Conference: Tuesday, Noon 

Assistant Coaches: Pete Alamar, OC/TE; Jim Bridge, OL; Cary 
Conklin, QB; Bob Diaco, OLB; John Dignan, ILB; Mike 
Elston, DL/RC; Billy Harris, DC/DB; Al Lavan, RB; Mark 
Woodson, WR. 

Team Information 

2001 Record: 2-9 

200 1 Conference Record: 1 -6 (6th) 

2001 Final Rankings: N/A 

Basic Offense: Multiple 

8os/cDerense.Pro4-3 

Lettermen Returning/Lost: 29/2 1 

Starters Returning/Lost: 14/10 

Offensive Starters Returning (5) 

Kainoa Akina, OB; Dan Davis, LG; C.R. Roberson, TB; Kevin 
Walter, WR; Kevin ZurekiJE. 

Defensive Starters Returning (6) 

Jari Brown, DT; Jerry Gaines, SS; Matt Kudu, DE; Erick 
Middleton, LC; C.J. Roberson, DE; Michael Woods, RC. 

Series History 

Series Record: Maryland leads 1 -0-0 

Series at Maryland: Maryland leads 1 -0-0 

Series at Eastern Michigan: 0-0-0 

First Meeting: 2001 , Maryland, 50-3 

Last Terrapin Win at Maryland: 2001 (50-3) 

Last Terrapin Win at Eastern Michigan: N/A 

Last Eagle Win at Maryland: N/A 

Last Eagle Win at Eastern Michigan: N/A 

Current Series Streak: Maryland has won one 

Maryland's Largest Margin of Victory: 47 (50-3, 2001 ) 

Eastern Michigan's Largest Margin of Victory: N/A 



Passing 

Kainoa Akina, QB 

Receiving 

Kevin Wa Iter, WR 

Tackles 

Erick Middleton 
Matt Kudu 



G-GS 


Att 


Yds 


Avg 


TD 






11-7 


167 


755 


4.5 


3 






G-GS 


PA 


PC 


Pet 


Yds 


TD 


Int 


7-7 


267 


140 


.524 


1504 


14 


11 


G-GS 


Rec 


Yds 


Avg 


YPG 


TD 




11-11 


62 


748 


12.1 


68.0 


6 




G-GS 


UT 


AT 


TT 


Int 


Sacks 


TFL 


11-11 


34 


22 


56 


3 





2 


11-7 


16 


25 


41 





2 


4 




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CHAMPS 



WOFFORD TERRIERS 




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September 28, 2002 
Byrd Stadium 
College Park, IVId. 




MikeAyers Melvin Jones 

2002 Schedule 

A31 Newberry 


\ 


S14 
S21 
S28 
05 


at South Carolina State 
at Georgia Southern 
at Maryland 






Chattanooga 










012 


atVMI 






019 


Western Carolina 






026 


at Appalachian State 






N2 


The Citadel 






N9 


at East Tennessee State 






N16 


Furman 






N23 


at Elon 






2001 Results 






S8 


at Clemson 




14-38 


S22 


Charleston Southern 


W 


35-10 


S29 


at Chattanooga 




26-29 


06 


VMI 


W 


59-14 


013 


• -rn Carolina 




28-31 


020 


in State 




23-34 






W 


13 








14-38 


1 N10 


at hi 




14 45 






w 






Georqi .uihern 


L 


10-48 



General Information 

Location: Spartanburg, S.C. 29303 
Founded: 1854 
Enrollment 1,100 

Mrtrwme.Terriers 
Colors: Old Gold, Black 
Stadium:Q\bbs (13,000) 
Surface: Natural Grass 
Conference: Southern 
President: Dr. Benjamin B. Dunlap 
Athletics Director: Richard Johnson 



History 

First Year of Football: 1 889 

All-Time Bowl Record:'! -4 

Years in Postseason Play: Five 

Last Postseason Appearance: 1991, NCAA Division II Playoffs 

Result: Lost to Mississippi College,28-15 

All-Time Record: 400-436-36 

Sports Information 

Football SID: Mark Cohen 

Office: 864-597-4093 

Home: 864-591-0981 

E-Mail: cohenm@wofford.edu 
Football Assistant: Came Fellrath 

Home: 864-3 16-3909 

E-Mail: crw'wofford.edu 
to: 864-597-41 29 
Press Box Phone: 864-597-4487 

SID Mailing /Idrfress. Wofford College,Spartanburg,SC 29303 
Overnight Address: 429 North Church Street, Spartanburg, 

SC 29303 ^^^^^ ^^^^^ 

Web Site Address: www.wofford.edu/athletics 



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Returning Statistical Leaders 

Rushing G-GS An 

Melvin Jones, FB 11-11 194 

J.R.McNair.RB 11-0 128 

Jesse McCoy, HB 11-11 96 



Passing 

NickHaughey.QB 

Receiving 

Isaac Goodpaster.WR 
Jesse McCoy, HB 

Tackles 

Matt Nelson, SS 
Hondre McNeil, OLB 
Robert Mathis.lLB 
Nathan Fuqua.NT 



G-GS 

8-1 

G-GS 

11-11 
11-11 

G-GS 

11-10 
11-9 
11 8 

11-10 



PA 

17 

Rec 

25 

17 

LIT 
78 
45 
50 
43 



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Coaching Staff 

Head Coach: Mike Ayers (Georgetown (Ky.)'74) 
Career Record: 92-93-2 07) 

AtWofford:&V72-MW) 

Football Office Phone: 864-597-41 00 

Best Time to Reach Coach: 10a.m. to noon, Weekdays 

Weekly Press Conference: Monday, 1 1 :30 a.m. 

Assistant Coaches: Freddie Brown, RB;Tommy Elrod,OL;Lee 

Hanning, P/K; Bruce Lackey, WR;Wade Lang, AHC/OC/QB; 

Terry Lantz, DB; Joe Lesesne.TE; Thomas Neel, OL; Jack 

Teachey, DL/RC; Nate Woody, DC/TLB. 



Team Information 

2001 Record: 4-7 

200 1 Conference Record: 3-5 (6th) 
2001 Final Rankings: H/ A 
Basic Offense: Wingbone 
Basic Defense: Multiple 50 
Lettermen Returning/Lost: 43/ 1 8 
Starters Returning/Lost: 1 5/9 

Honors Candidates 

Nathan Fuqua, NT; Anthony Jones, DT; Melvin Jones, FB; 
Jesse McCoy, HB; Jimmy Miner, P; Matt Nelson, SS. 

Offensive Starters Returning (4) 

Chad Bentley, OT; Isaac Goodpaster, WR; Melvin Jones, FB; 
Jesse McCoy, HB. 

Defensive Starters 
Returning (10) 

Lee Basinger, DT; Chase Corn, OLB; Jimmy Freland, ILB; 
Nathan Fuqua, NT; Roland Harris, CB; Anthony Jones, DT; 
Brandon Ladd, FS; Robert Mathis, ILB; Hondre McNeil, 
OLB; Matt Nelson, SS. 

Series History 

Series Record: First Meeting 



Yds 

905 
563 
530 

PC 

10 

Yds 

422 
226 

AT 
36 
26 
17 
18 



Avg 

4.7 
4.4 
5.5 

Pet 

.588 

Avg 

16.9 
13.3 

TT 

114 
71 
67 
61 



TD 

10 
9 
3 

Yds 

83 

YPG 

38.4 
20.5 



TD 



TD 
2 





Int 
2 



Int Sacks 

2 

6 

1 5 
4 



TFL 

7 

9 

12 

16 






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WEST VIRGINIA MOUNTAINEERS 




October 5, 2002 
Mountaineer Field 
Morgantown, W.Va. 





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Moutaineer Field 



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fl/c/? Rodriguez 



Avon Cobourne 



2002 Schedule 

A31 Tennessee-Chattanooga 

S7 at Wisconsin 

S14 at Cincinnati 

S28 East Carolina 

05 Maryland 

012 at Rutgers 

019 Syracuse 

026 Miami 

N2 at Temple 

N9 Boston College 

N20 at Virginia Tech 

N30 at Pittsburgh 

2001 Results 

SI at Boston College 



10-34 



S8 


Ohio 


W 


20-3 


S22 


Kent State 


W 


34-14 


S29 


at Maryland 




20-32 


06 


Virginia Tech 




0-35 


013 


at Notre Dame 




24-34 


025 


at Miami 




3-45 


N3 


Rutgers 


w 


80-7 


N10 


at Syracuse 




13-24 


N17 


Temple 




14-17 


s N24 


Pittsburgh 




17-23 



General Information 

Location. Morgantown, WV 26505 

founded: Mb! 

Enrollment: 23,500 

Nickname: Mountaineers 

Colors: Old Gold, Blue 

Stadium: Mountaineer Field (63,500) 

Surface. Astroturf 

Conference BIG EAST 

President: David C. Hardesty 

Athletics Director: Ed Pastilong 



Li 



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: 606-424-45 



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Sports Information 

Football SID: Shelly Poe 

Office: 304-293-2821 

Home: 304-599-7259 

f-/Wa//: shelly.poe@mail.wvu.edu 
Football Assistant: Michael Fragale 

Home: 304-296-2029 

E -Mail: michael.fragale@mail.wvu.edu 
Football Assistant: Bryan Messerly 

Home: 304-685-1 574 

E-Mail: bryan.messerly@mail.wvu.edu 
fox: 304-293-4105 
Press Box Phone: 304-293-3799 
SID Mailing Address: PO Box 0877, West Virginia University, 

Morgantown, WV, 26507 
Overnight Address: 107 Coliseum, West Virginia University, 

Morgantown, WV, 26505 
Web Site Address: www.MSNsportsNET.com 

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Returning Statistical Leaders 

Rushing 

Avon Cobourne, TB 



Coaching Staff 

Head Coach: Rich Rodriguez (West Virginia '86) 

Career Record: 48-44-2 (9) 

At West Virginia: 3-8(1) 

Football Office Phone: 304-293-4194 

Best Time to Reach Coach: Through SID 

Weekly Press Conference: Tuesday, 1 :00 p.m. 

Assistant Coaches: Steve Bird, WR, Jeff Casteel, DPC; Tony 
Gibson, DB; Todd Graham, DSC; Herb Hand, TE; Calvin 
Magee, RB; Paul Randolph, DL; Bill Stewart, QB/ST; Rick 
Trickett,AHC/OL 

Team Information 

2001 Record: 3-8 

2001 Conference Record: 1-6 (6th) 

2001 Final Rankings: N/A 

Basic Offense: Spread 

Basic Defense: 3-3 

L ettermen Returning/Lost: 42/20 

Starters Returning/Lost: 14/8 

Honors Candidates 

Avon Cobourne, TB; Grant Wiley, LB. 

Offensive Starters Returning (7) 

Phil Braxton, WR; Tim Brown, OT; Avon Cobourne, TB;Zack 
Dillow, C; AJ Nastasi, WR; Lance Nimmo, OT; Ken Sandor, 
OG. 

Defensive Starters Returning (7) 

James Davis, LB; Angel Estrada, S; Lance Frazier, CB; Kevin 
Freeman, DE; Brian King, CB; Grant Wiley, LB; David 
Upchurch, DT. 

Series History 

Series Record: West Virginia leads, 19-18-2 
Series at Maryland: Maryland leads 10-9-1 
Series at West Virginia: West Virginia leads 10-8-1 
First Meeting: 1919, West Virginia, 27-0 
Last Terrapin Win at Maryland: 2001 (32-20) 
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: Maryland has won one 
Maryland's Largest Margin of Victory: 47 (54-7, 1 95 1 ) 
West Virginia's Largest Margin of Victory: 3 1 (55-24, 1 988) 



Passing 

Rasheed Marshall, QB 

Receiving 

AJ.Nastasi.WR 
Phil Braxton, WR 

Tackles 

Angel Estrada, S 
James Davis, LB 



G-GS 


Att 


Yds 


Avg 


TD 




11-11 


267 


1,359 


4.9 


9 




G-GS 


PA 


PC 


Pet 


Yds 


TD 


5-0 


79 


41 


.518 


327 


1 


G-GS 


Rec 


Yds 


Avg 


YPG 


TD 


10-9 


42 


334 


8.0 


33.4 


3 


9-9 


26 


282 


10.8 


31.3 


2 


G-GS 


UT 


AT 


TT 


Int 


Sacks 


9-9 


43 


26 


69 


1 


2 


11-11 


37 


14 


51 





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GEORGIA TECH YELLOW JACKETS 




October 17,2002 
Byrd Stadium 
College Park, Md. 




Chan Cailey 


Greg Gathers 


2002 Schedule 

A31 Vanderbilt 
S7 at Connecticut 




"\ 


S14 
S21 
S28 
05 


atClemson 
Brigham Young 
at North Carolina 
Wake Forest 








017 


at Maryland 






026 


Virginia 






N2 


at NC State 






N9 


Florida State 






N16 


Duke 






N30 


at Georgia 






2001 Results 






A26 


Syracuse (Kickoff Classic) W 


13-7 


S1 


The Citadel 


W 


35-7 


S8 


at Navy 


W 


70-7 


S29 


Clemson 


L 


(01)44-47 


06 




W 


37-10 


on 




I 


(ot) 17-20 


020 




W 








W 


28-21 






I 


38-39 






w 


38-33 











General Information 

Location: Atlanta, GA 30332 

Founded: 1885 

Enrollment: 14,000 

Nickname:Ye\\ow Jackets, Rambling Wreck 

Colors: Old Gold, White 

Stadium: Bobby Dodd/Grant Field (42,000) 

Surface: Natural Grass 

Conference: Atlantic Coast 

President: Dr. G. Wayne Clough 

Athletics Director: Dave Braine 



History 



First Year of Football: 1892 

All- Time Bowl Record: 20-10 

Years in Postseason Play: 30 

Last Postseason Appearance: 2001 Seattle Bowl 

Result: Defeated Stanford,24-14 

All- Time Record: 609-409-43 



Sports Information 

Football SID: Allison George 

Office: 404-894-5445 

tfome:678-595-7728 

f-Ato'/.'ageorgeia'at. gtaa.gatech.edu 
Associate SID: Mike Stamus 

Home: 770-951-1939 

f-Mfl//: mstamus«iat.gtaa.gatech.edu 
Assistant SID: Melissa Jenkins 

Home: 404-603-9953 

f-/Wfl//:mjenkins(2>at.gtaa.gatech.edu 
Assistant SID: Chris Capo 

Home: 404-314-1635 

f-Ato/7.ccapo(?>at. gtaa.gatech.edu 
Fax: 404-894- 1248 
Press Box Phone: 404-894- 1 204, 1 205 
SID Mailing Address: 1 50 Bobby Dodd Way, N.W., Atlanta, 

GA 30332-0455 
Overnight Address: Same 
Web Site Address: www.ramblinwreck.com 



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Returning Statistical Leaders 

Rushing GGS Att 

Sidney Ford, RB 10-0 69 



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Passing 

None 

Receiving 

Jonathan Smith, WR 
Will Glover, WR 

Tackles 

RecardoWimbush.LB 
KeyaronFox, LB 



GGS 



GGS 

12-10 
10-6 

GGS 

17 12 
12-10 



PA 



Rec 

53 

42 

LIT 
63 
60 




Coaching Staff 

Head Coach: Chan Gailey (Florida 74) 

Career Record: 24-11 (3) 

At Georgia Tech: First year 

Football Office Phone: 404-894-5420 

Best Time to Reach Coach: Tuesday, 1 1 :30 a.m. 

Weekly Press Conference: Tuesday, 1 1:30 a.m. 

Assistant Coaches: Joe D'Alessandris, OL; Brick Haley, LB; 
Curtis Modkins, DB; Patrick Nix, RB/RC; Bill O'Brien, AHC/ 
OC/QB; Tommy Raye, ST; Tommie Robinson, WR; Glenn 
Spencer, DL; Jon Tenuta, DC. 

Team Information 

2001 Record: 8-5 

2001 Conference Record: 4-4 (T-4th) 

2001 Final Rankings: AP (24th) 

Basic Offense. Multiple 

Basic Defense: Multiple 

Lettermen Returning/Lost: 39/ 1 5 

Starters Returning/Lost: 14/8 

Honors Candidates 

Nat Dorsey.T; Dan Dyke, P; Greg Gathers, DE; Jeremy Muyres, 
FS; Hugh Reilly, C; Daryl Smith, LB; Jonathan Smith, WR; 
RecardoWimbush.LB. 

Offensive Starters Returning (5) 

Nat DorseyJ; Will Glover, WR; Hugh Reilly, C; Leon Robinson, 
G; Jonathan Smith, WR. 

Defensive Starters Returning (0) 

Cory Collins, SS; Keyaron Fox, LB; Greg Gathers, DE; Marvious 
Hester, CB; Gary Johnson, DT; Alfred Malone, DT; Jeremy 
Muyres, FS; Daryl Smith, LB; Recardo Wimbush, LB. 

Series History 

Series Record: Georgia Tech leads 10-4-0 

Series at MarylandJied 3-3-0 

Series at Georgia Tech: Georgia Tech leads 6-1-0 

Neutral: Georgia Tech leads 1-0-0 

First Meeting: 1988, Maryland 13-9 

Last Terrapin Win at Maryland: 1996 (13-10) 

Lost Terrapin Win at Georgia Tech: 2001 (20-17) 

Last Yellow Jacket Win at Maryland: 2000 (35-22) 

Last Yellow Jacket Win at Georgia Tech: 1 999 (49-3 1 ) 

Current Series Streak: Maryland has won one 

Maryland's Largest Margin ofVictory.15 (42-7,1994) 

Georgia Tech's Largest Margin of Victory: 38 (38-0, 1 993) 



Yds 

290 

PC 



Yds 

590 
546 

AT 
33 
35 



Avg 

4.2 

Pet 



Avg 
11.1 

13.0 

TT 

96 
95 



TD 

1 

Yds 



YPG 
49.2 
54.6 

Int 






TD 



TD 

4 
3 

Sacks 

1 
2 



Int 



TFL 

9 
8 






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DUKE BLUE DEVILS 








October 26, 2002 
Wallace Wade Stadium 
' Durham, N.C. 




Carl Franks 



Chris Douglas 



200 

A31 

S7 

514 




===== ^ 


2 Schedule 

East Carolina 
Louisville 




S21 
S28 
05 


at Florida State 
at Navy 
Virginia 




012 


at Wake Forest 




019 


at NC State 




026 


Maryland 




N2 


Clemson 




N16 


at Georgia Tech 




N23 


North Carolina 




2001 Results 




SI 


Florida State I 


13-55 


S8 


at Rice 1 


13-15 


S22 


Northwestern 1 


7-44 


S29 


at Virginia 1 


10-31 


06 


Georgia Tech 


10-37 


013 


Wake Forest 


35-42 


020 


at Maryland 


17-59 


027 


Vanderbilt 


28-42 


N3 


NC State 1 


31-55 


N17 


at North Carolina 


17-52 


\D1 


at Clemson 


31-59 J 



General Information 

Location: Durham, N.C. 27708 
Founded: 1 838 at Trinity College 
Enrollment: 6,202 
Nickname: Blue Devils 
Colors: Royal Blue, White 
Stadium: Wallace Wade (33,941) 
Surface: Natural Grass 
Conference: Atlantic Coast 
President: Dr. Nannerl 0. Keohane 
Athletics Director: Joe Alleva 



History 



FtrstYearof Football: 1888 

All-Time Bowl Record: 3-5 

Years in Postseason Play: Eight 

Last Postseason Appearance: 1994, Hall of Fame Bowl 

Result: Lost to Wisconsin, 34-20 

All-Time Record: 434-390-31 

Sports Information 

Football SID: Art Chase 

Office:919-684-2633 

Home: 91 9-942-3485 

E-Mail: chasea@duke.edu 
Fax: 91 9-684-2489 
Press Box Phone: 91 9-684-4203 
SID Mailing Address: PO Box 90557,Durham,NC 27708-0557 
Overnight Address: 115 Cameron Indoor Stadium, Durham, 

NC 27708 
Web Site Address: www.GoDuke.com 

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Returning Statistical Leaders 



Rushing 

Chris Douglas.TB 

Passing 

None 

Receiving 
Chris Douglas.TB 
KharySharpe.WR 

Tackles 

Ryan Fowler, LB 



G-GS 

11-11 

G-GS 



G-GS 
11-11 
11-11 

G-GS 
11-11 



Art 

218 

PA 



Rec 
26 
23 

UT 

70 



Coaching Staff 

HeadCoach: Carl Franks (Duke '83) 

Career Record: i-iO(i) 

At Duke: 3-30 (3) 

Football Office Phone: 919-684-2635 

Best Time to Reach Coach: Mornings 

Weekly Press Conference: Monday, 1 1 :30 a.m. 

Assistant Coaches: Scott Brown, DL, Fred Chatham, RB/RC; 

Louis Clyburn, TE; Denny Creehan, DB; Aubrey Hill, WR; 

Rich McGeorge, OL; Jim Pry, QB, Ted Roof, DC; Brad 

Sherrod.OL. 

Team Information 

200 1 Record 0-11 

200 1 Conference Record: 0-8 (9th ) 

2001 Final Rankings: N/A 

BasicOffense: Multiple 

Basic Defense Multiple 

Lettermen Returning/Lost: 39/18 

Starters Returning/Lost: 1 3/9 

Honors Candidates 

Chris Douglas, TB; Ryan Fowler, LB; Drew Strojny, OT; Matt 
Zietinski, DT. 

Offensive Starters Returning (5) 

Luke Bayer, C; Chris Douglas.TB; Khary Sharpe, WR; Drew 
Strojny, OT; Rusty Wilson, OG. 

Defensive Starters Returning (7) 

Ryan Fowler, LB; Shawn Johnson, DE; Anthony Roberts, S; 
Jim Scharrer, LB; Jamyon Small, LBJerrell Smith, S; Mart 
Zielinski.DT. 

Series History 

Series Record: Maryland leads 27-18-0 

Series at Afary/ano 1 . Maryland leads 12-5-0 

Series at Duke: Maryland leads 13-9-0 

Neutral: Duke leads 4-2-0 

First Meeting: 1932, Duke, 34-0 

Last Terrapin Win at Maryland: 2001 (59-17) 

Last Terrapin Win at Duke: 2000 (20-9) 

Last Blue Devil Win at Maryland: 1 999 (25-22) 

Last Blue Devil Win at Duke: 1 994 (49- 1 6) 

Current Series Streak: Maryland has won two 

Maryland's Largest Margin of Victory: 43 (56- 1 3, 1 974) 

Duke's Largest Margin of Victory: 50 (50-0, 1941) 



Yds 

841 

PC 



Yds 
233 
274 

AT 
57 



Avg 

3.9 

Pet 



Avg 

9.0 

11.9 



127 



TD 

7 

Yds 



YPG 
21.2 
24.9 

Int 

1 



TD 



TD 

1 

2 

Sacks 

3 



Int 



TFL 

7 





2002 e^Vtyznfc 



NORTH CAROLINA TAR HEELS 




November 2, 2002 
Kenan Memorial Stadium 
Chapel Hill, N.C. 




John Bunting 



Sam Aiken 



200 

A31 

S7 

S14 

S28 

05 

012 


2 Schedule 

Miami (Ohio) 
at Syracuse 
Texas 
Georgia Tech 






NC State 








019 


at Virginia 






026 


at Wake Forest 






N2 


Maryland 






N9 


Clemson 






N16 


at Florida State 






N23 


at Duke 






2001 Results 






A25 


at Oklahoma 


L 


27-41 


SI 


at Maryland 


1 


7-23 


S8 


at Texas 


L 


14-44 


S22 


Florida State 


W 


41-9 


S29 


at NC State 


W 


17-9 


06 


East Carolina 


W 


24 21 


013 


Virginia 


W 


30-24 




mson 


W 


38-3 




ji Tech 


L 


21 28 




i orest 


L 








W 








w 


19 10 






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General Information 

tocflf/on:ChapelHiil,N.C27515 
Founded: 1789 

Enrollment: 24,635 
Nickname: Tar Heels 
Colors: Carolina Blue, White 
Stadium: Kenan Memorial (60,000) 
Surface: Natural Grass 
Conference: Atlantic Coast 
Chancellor: James Moeser 
Athletics Director: Dick Baddour 

History 

First Year of Football: 1888 

Mi-Time Bowl Record: 12-12 

Years in Postseason Play: 24 

Last Postseason Appearance: 2001 Chick-Fil-A Peach Bowl 

Result: Defeated Auburn, 16-10 

Ail-Time Record: 608-430-54 

Sports Information 

Football SID: Kevin Best 

Orf/re.919-962-1376 

tfome:919-484-1424 

E-Mail: kbeste'uncaa. unc.edu 
Football Assistant: David Tinson 

Wome:919-968-1386 

E-Mail: dtinson@uncaa.unc.edu 
to: 91 9-962-06 12 
Press Box Phone: 9 1 9-962-2 1 2 3 
SID Mailing Address: PO Sox 2'\26, Chapel Hill, NC 27515 
Overnight Address: Smith Center, Bowles Drive, Chapel Hill, 

NC27514 
Web Site Address: www.TarHeelBlue.com 

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Returning Statistical Leaders 



Rushing 

Willie Parker.TB 

Passing 

Darrian Durrant.QB 

Receiving 

Sam Aiken, WR 
Chelsey Borders, WR 

Tackles 

Dexter Reid.S 
Michael Waddell.CB 



GGS 
9-3 

GGS 

12-2 

GGS 
12 ! 

12-2 

GGS 

12 17 
12 17 



Att 

83 

PA 
223 

Rec 

46 
27 

UT 

67 

41 



Coaching Staff 

Head Coach: John Bunting (North Carolina 72) 

Career Record: 46-19-2 (6) 

At North Carolina: 8-5 (1) 

Football Office P/rone: 919-962-9141 

Best Time to Reach Coach: Through SID 

Weekly Press Conference: Tuesday, 1 1 :00 a.m. 

Assistant Coaches: Gunter Brewer.WR; Rod Broadway, DT; Ken 
Browning, TE/RC; Jim Fleming, DB; Hal Hunter, OL; Dave 
Huxtable, DC/LB; Andre Powell, RB;GaryTranquil,OC/QB; 
James Webster, AHC/DE. 

Team Information 

2001 Record: 8-5 

2001 Conference Record: 5-1 (3rd) 
2007 Final Rankings: N/k 
BasicOffense: Multiple I 
Basic Defense: Multiple 4-3 
Lettermen Returning/Lost: 37/1 9 
Starters Returning/Lost: 12/14 

Honors Candidates 

Sam Aiken, WR; Bosley Allen, WR; Jason Brown, C; Darian 
Durrant, QB; Dexter Reid, FS; Michael Waddell, CB. 

Offensive Starters Returning (7) 

Bosley Allen, WR; Madison Hedgecock,FB;Zach Hilton, TE; 
Willie McNeill, OT; Jeb Terry, OG; Andre Williams, TB; Ju- 
piter Wilson, OG. 

Defensive Starters Returning (2) 

Dexter Reid, S; Michael Waddell, CB. 

Series History 

Series Record: North Carolina leads 35-28-1 

Series at Maryland: Maryland leads 16-11-0 

Series at North Carolina: North Carolina leads 1 9- 1 1 - 1 

Neutral: North Carolina leads 5-1-0 

First Meeting: 1920, Maryland, 13-0 

Last Terrapin Win at Maryland: 2001 (23-7) 

Last Terrapin Win at North Carolina: 1 988 (41 -38) 

Last Tar Heel Win at Maryland: 1 997 (40- 14) 

Last Tar Heel Win at North Carolina: 2000 ( 1 3- 1 0) 

Current Series Streak: Maryland has won one 

Maryland's Largest Margin of Victory: 38 (38-0, 1989; 45-7 

1999) 
UNC's Largest Margin of Victory: 43 (43-0, 1 929) 



Yds 

400 

PC 

142 

Yds 
789 

448 

AT 
32 
13 



Avg 

4.8 

Pet 

.637 

Avg 

17.2 
16.6 

TT 

99 

54 



TD 

3 

Yds 

1843 

YPG 

65.8 
37.3 

Int 
2 




TD 

17 

TD 

8 

4 

Sacks 
2 





Int 

10 



TFL 
5 
1 



2002 v^vn&lfe 



NC STATE WOLFPACK 

General Information 

£ocar/on:Raleigh,N.C.27695 
Founded: 1887 
Enrollment: 28,011 
Afet/KOTie.Wolfpack 
Co/ors; Red, White 
Stadium: Carter-Finley (51 ,500) 
Surface: Natural Grass 
Conference: Atlantic Coast 
President: Dr. Marye Anne Fox 
Athletics Director: Lee Fowler 

History 

First Year of Football: 1892 

All-Time Bowl Record: 9-9-1 

M?o/-5 in Postseason Play: 1 9 

Last Postseason Appearance: 2001 Tangerine Bowl 

/?«t//f: Lost to Pittsburgh, 34-19 

All- Time Record: 484-477-55 

Sports Information 




,<• ■.•■■cfottsdMC!' a'; 




November 9, 2002 
Byrd Stadium 
College Park, Md. 




Chuck Amato 



Philip Rivers 



2002 Schedule 

A24 New Mexico 

A31 East Tennessee State 

S7 at Navy 

S14 Wake Forest 

S21 at Texas Tech 

S28 Massachusetts 

012 at North Carolina 

019 Duke 

026 atClemson 

N2 Georgia Tech 

N9 at Maryland 

N16 at Virginia 

N23 Florida State 

2001 Results 



S6 

S22 

S29 

06 

013 

020 

027 

N3 

N10 

N17 

N24 

D20 



Indiana 

atSMU 

North Carolina 

at Wake Forest 

Clemson 

at Georgia Tech 

Virginia 

at Duke 

at Florida State 

Maryland 

Ohio 



W 

w 

L 
W 

L 

L 

W 
W 
W 

L 
W 



Pittsburgh (Tangerine Bowl) L 



35-14 
26-17 

9-17 
17-14 
37-45 
17-27 

24-0 
55-31 
34-28 
19-23 

27-7 
19-34 



/ r oor/w//5/D:AnnabelleVaughan 

Office.919-515-2102 

Home: 91 9-858-9763 

£-Ato/.'annabelle_vaughan(a'ncsu.edu 
Football Assistant: Donal Ware 

Home: 91 9-829-0 136 

E -Mail: donaLwarei< i, ncsu.edu 
fox: 9 19-5 15-2898 
Press Box Ptone. 919-515-3393 
SID Mailing Address: PO 8ox 8501 , Raleigh, NC 37695-8501 
Overnight Address: I'll Reynolds Coliseum, Cates Avenue, 

Raleigh, NC 27695 
Web Site Address: www.gopack.com 

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Returning Statistical Leaders 

Rushing G GS Att 

Cotra Jackson, TB 11-5 26 

Passing G-GS PA 

Philip Rivers, QB 11-11 368 

Receiving G-GS Rec 

Bryan Peterson, WR 11-11 48 

JerrichoCotchery.WR 11-11 41 

Tackles G-GS UT 

DantonioBurnette.MLB 10-9 55 

Tenence Holt, FS 11-11 62 



Coaching Staff 

Head Coach. Chuck Amato (NC State '69) 
Career Record: 15-9 (2) 
/QfArr5f<7te:15-9(2) 

Football Office Phone:919-515-21 14 

Best Time to Reach Coach: Through SID 

Weekly Press Conference: Monday, 2 p.m. 

Assistant Coaches: Mike Canales.QB; Curt Cignetti.TE; Chris 

Demarest, DB, Manny Diaz, LB; Marty Galbraith, OC/OL; 

Dale Haupt, DL; John "Doc" Holliday, AHC/WR; Joe Pate, 

DE;DickPortee,RB. 

Team Information 

2001 Record: 7 -5 

200 1 Conference Record: 4-4 (4th) 

2001 Final Rankings: W A 

Basic Offense. Multiple 

Basic Defense. 4-3 

Lettermen Returning/Lost: 42/1 7 

Starters Returning/Lost: 14/10 

Honors Candidates 

Dantonio Burnette, LB; Chris Colmer,OT;Terrence Holt, FS; 
Philip Rivers, QB. 

Offensive Starters Returning (6) 

Chris Colmer, OT; Jerricho Cotchery, WR; Troy Graham, WR; 
Scott Kooistra.OT; Bryan Peterson, WR; Philip Rivers, QB. 

Defensive Starters Returning (0) 

George Anderson, DE; Dantonio Burnette, MLB;Terrence 
Holt, FS; Terrance Martin, DT; Julius Patterson, ROV; J.J. 
Washington, CB. 

Series History 

Series Record: NC State leads, 28-26-4 
Series at Maryland: Maryland leads, 1 3-1 1 -2 
Series at NC State: NC State leads, 1 5- 1 3- 1 
Neutral: NC State leads 2-0-1 
First Meeting: 1 909, NC State, 33-0 
Last Terrapin Win at Maryland: 2000 (35-28, ot) 
Last Terrapin Win at NC State: 2001 (23-19) 
Last Wolfpack Win at Maryland: 1 998 (35-21 ) 
Last Wolfpack Win at NC State: 1 999 (30-1 7) 
Current Series Streak: Maryland has won two 
Maryland's Largest Margin of Victory: 53 (53-0, 1951 ) 
NC State's Largest Margin of Victory.lS (48-13, 1957) 



Yds 

105 

PC 

240 

Yds 

657 

483 

AT 
59 
42 



Avg 

4.0 

Pet 

.652 

Avg 

13.7 
11.8 



114 
104 



TD 



Yds 
2586 

YPG 

59.7 
43.9 



TD 

16 

TD 

2 

4 



Int Sacks 

0.5 

1 





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2002 vt$&vetyfc- 



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ClfMSON TIGERS 






uu 



November 16,2002 
Clemson IVIemorial Stadium 
Clemson, S.C. 




Jerry Bowden 

2002 Schedule 

A31 at Georgia 


Derrick Hamilton 


S7 
S14 
S21 
03 


Louisiana Tech 
Georgia Tech 
Ball State 
at Florida State 










012 


at Virginia 






019 


Wake Forest 






026 


NC State 






N2 


at Duke 






N9 


at North Carolina 






N16 


Maryland 






N23 


South Carolina 






2001 Results 






i S1 


Central Florid,! 


W 


21-13 




Wofford 


W 


38-14 




Virginia 


L 


24-26 




at Georgia Tech 


W 


(ot) 47-44 




Mate 


w 


45-37 




Nor 


L 


3-38 






W 


21 14 






L 




' Nil 




L 


20-37 








15-20 






W 










1 J 



General Information 



Location: Clemson, S.C. 29634 

Founded: 1889 

Enrollment: 17,101 

Nickname: Tigers 

Colon: Burnt Orange, Northwest Purple 

Stadium: Clemson Memorial (81,473) 

Surface: Natural Grass 

Conference: Atlantic Coast 

President: James F. Barker 

Athletics Director: Barry Robinson 

History 

First Year of Football: 1896 

All-Time Bowl Record: 13-12 

Years in Postseason Play: 25 

Last Postseason Appearance: 2001 Humanitarian Bowl 

Result: Defeated Louisiana Tech, 49-24 

All- Time Record: 578-398-45 

Sports Information 

FootballSID: Tim Bourret 

Office: 864-656-21 14 

Home. 864-888-3490 

f-Ato//: btimothta'clemson.edu 
Football Assistant: Brian Hennessy 

Home: 864-654-8505 

E-Mail: bhennes@clemson.edu 
to: 864-656-0299 
Press Box Phone: 864-654-33 26 
SID Mailing Address: PO Box 632, Clemson, SC 29634 
Overnight Address: Jervey Athletic Center, 100 Perimeter 

Road, Clemson, SC 29634 
Web Site A ddress: www.clemsontigers.com 

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Returning Statistical Leaders 



Rushing 

Bernard Rambert.RB 

Passing 

Willie Simmons.QB 

Receiving 

Derrick Hamilton, WR 

Tackles 
John Leake, LB 
Rodney momas i B 



G-GS 

11-2 

G-GS 

4-0 

G-GS 

11 9 

G-GS 

11 11 

n in 



Att 

75 

PA 

55 

Rec 
53 

UT 
69 



Coaching Staff 

Head Coach: Tommy Bowden( West Virginia 77) 
Career Record: 40-18 (5) 
At Clemson: 22-14 (3) 

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; Jack 
Hines, LB; John Lovett, DC/LB; Mike O'Cain, QB; Brad Scott, 
OC/TE; Thielen Smith, DL; Rick Stockstill, RC/WR; Ron 
West.OL. 

Team Information 

2001 Record: 1 -5 

200 1 Conference Record: 4-4 (4th) 

2001 Final Rankings: Wh 

Basic Offense: Multiple 

Basic Defense: Multiple 

Lettermen Returning/Lost: 52/23 

Starters Returning/Lost: 12/10 

Honors Candidates 

Gary Byrd, OT; Derrick Hamilton, WR; Aaron Hunt, PK; Bryant 
McNeal.DE. 

Offensive Starters Returning (4) 

GaryByrd,OT;DerrickHamilton,WR;J.J.McKelvey,WR;Jackie 
Robinson, WR. 

Defensive Starters Returning (8) 

Nick Eason, DT; Kevin Johnson, CB; John Leake, LB; Brian 
Mance, CB; Bryant McNeal, DE; Eric Meekins, SS; Rodney 
Thomas, LB; Khaleed Vaughn, DE. 

Series History 

Series Record: Clemson leads, 27-2 1 -2 

Series at Maryland: Clemson leads 11-10-1 

Series at Clemson: Clemson leads 15-10-0 

Afei/fra/:Tied 1-1-1 

First Meeting: 1952, Maryland, 28-0 

Last Terrapin Win at Maryland: 2001 (37-20) 

Last Terrapin Win at Clemson: 1 985 (34-3 1 ) 

Last Tiger Win at Maryland: 1 999 (42-30) 

Last Tiger Win at Clemson: 2000 (35-14) 

Current Series Streak: Maryland has won one 

Maryland's Largest Margin ofVictoryAI (41-0, 1974) 

Clemson's Largest Margin of Victory: 3 3 (40- 7, 1 99 1 ) 



Yds 

368 

PC 

20 

Yds 

684 

AT 
65 
52 



Avg 

4.9 

Pet 

.364 

Avg 

12.9 

TT 

134 
100 



TD 

3 

Yds 
292 

YPG 

57 



TD 

2 

TD 

4 



Int Sacks 

1 
3 



Int 

3 



TFL 

6 

9 



2002 V^nenfZ 



VIRGINIA CAVALIERS 







November 23, 2002 
Scott Stadium 
Charlottesville, Va. 




AIGroh 



Billy McMullen 



2002 


A22 
A31 
S7 


Colorado State (Jim Thorpe Classic) 
at Florida State 
South Carolina 


S21 
S28 

05 


Akron 

at Wake Forest 








012 


Clemson 




019 


North Carolina 




026 


at Georgia Tech 




N9 


at Penn State 




N23 


Maryland 




N30 


at Virginia Tech 




2001 Results 




A25 


at Wisconsin (Robinson Classic) L 


17-26 


SI 


Richmond W 


17-16 


S22 


at Clemson W 


26-24 


S29 


Duke W 


31-10 


06 


at Maryland L 


21-41 


013 


at North Carolina L 


24-30 


020 


Florida State L 


7-43 


027 


at NC State L 


0-24 


N3 


Wake Forest L 


30-34 


N10 


Georgia Tech W 


39-38 


N17 


Virginia Tech L 


17-31 


\D1 


Penn State W 


20-14 ) 




General Information 

Location. Charlottesville, Va. 22904 

Founded: 1819 

Enrollment: 18,848 

Nickname. Cavaliers, Wahoos.'Hoos 

Colors: Orange, Blue 

Stadium: Carl Smith Center, Home of David A. Harrison II! 

Field at Scott Stadium (61,500) 
Surface: Prescription Athletic Turf 
Conference: Atlantic Coast 
President: John T.Casteen III 
Athletics Director: Craig Littlepage 

History 

First Year of Football: 1888 

All-Time Bowl Record: 4-8 

Years in Postseason Play: 1 2 

Last Postseason Appearance: 2000 Jeep O'ahu Bowl 

Result: Lost to Georgia, 37- 1 4 

All- Time Record: 557-487-48 

Sports Information 

Football SID: Michael Colley 

Office: 434-982-5500 

Wome:434-975-5477 

E-Mail: mcc7k@virginia.edu 
Football Assistant: Cathy Bongiovi 

Home: 434-978- 1649 

E-Mail: cab5er@virginia.edu 
to: 434-982-5525 
Press Box Phone: 434-296-5910 
SID Mailing Address: PO Box 400853, Charlottesville, VA 

22904 
Overnight Address: Onesty Hall, Massie & Alderman Roads, 

Charlottesville, VA 22904 
Web Site A ddress: www.virginiasports.com 

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Coaching Staff 

Head Coach: AIGroh (Virginia '67) 
Career Record: 31-47(7) 
At Virginia: 5-7(1) 

Football Office Phone: 434-982-5900 

Best Time to Reach Coach: Through SID 

Weekly Press Conference: Monday 

Assistant Coaches: Corwin Brown, ST; Al Golden, DC; Mike 

Groh,WR;Mike London, DL/RC;BillMusgrave,OC/QB/TE; 

Bob Price, DB; Ron Prince, OL; Dan Rocco, AHC/LB; Kevin 

Ross, RB. 

Team Information 

2001 Record: 5-7 

2001 Conference Record: 3-5 (T-7th) 

2001 Final Rankings: N/A 

BasicOffense: Multiple Pro Style 

Bask Defense: Multiple Seven-Man Front 

Lettermen Returning/Lost: 34/24 

Starters Returning/Lost: 13/11 

Honors Candidates 

Kevin Bailey, OT/C; Angelo Crowell, LB; Billy McMullen, WR. 

Offensive Starters Returning (7) 

Kevin Bailey, OT/C; Elton Brown, OG; Michael McGrew.WR; 
Billy McMullen.WR; Mike Mullins,OT;AlvinPearman,RB; 
MattSchaub.OB. 

Defensive Starters Returning (6) 

Angelo Crowell, LB; Almondo Curry, C8: Jerton Evans, S; 
Raymond Mann, LB;Shernard Newby, S; Art Thomas, CB. 

Series History 

Series Record: Maryland leads 38-26-2 

Series at Maryland: Maryland leads 18-10-2 

Series at Virginia: Maryland leads 19-15-0 

/Veurra/: Tied 1-1-0 

First Meeting: 1 91 9, Maryland 1 3-0 

LastTerrapin Win at Maryland: 2001 (41-21) 

Last Terrapin Win at Virginia:'\990 (35-30) 

Lost Cavalier Win at Maryland: 1 999 (34-30) 

Last Cavalier Win at Virginia: 2000 (31-23) 

Current Series Streak: Maryland has won one 

Maryland's Largest Margin of Victory: M (55-12, 1959) 

Virginia's Largest Margin of VictoryAS (45-0, 1997) 



Returning Statistical Leaders 



Rushing 

Alvin Pearman.TB 

Passing 

MattSchuab.QB 

Receiving 

Billy McMullen.WR 

Tackles 

Angelo Crowell, LB 
Jerton Evans, S 



G-GS 


Att 


Yds 


Avg 


TD 






12-6 


88 


371 


4.2 


1 






G-GS 


PA 


PC 


Pet 


Yds 


TD 


Int 


12-6 


240 


140 


.583 


1524 


10 


8 


G-GS 


Rec 


Yds 


Avg 


YPG 


TD 




12-12 


83 


1060 


12.8 


88.3 


12 




G-GS 


UT 


AT 


TT 


Int 


Sacks 


TFL 


12-12 


87 


57 


144 


2 


4 


10 


12-11 


56 


27 


83 


2 





4 




2002 Vi$vn&lfe 




WAKE FOREST DEMON DEACONS 




November 30, 2002 
Byrd Stadium 
College Park, Md. 




Jim Grobe 



Tarence Williams 



2002 Schedule ^ 

A29 at Northern Illinois 
S7 East Carolina 


S14 
S21 
S28 


at NC State 
at Purdue 

Virginia 






05 


at Georgia Tech 






012 


Duke 






019 


at Clemson 






026 


North Carolina 






N2 


Florida State 






N23 


Navy 






N30 


at Maryland 






2001 Results 






si 


at East Carolina 


W 


21-19 


S8 


Appalachian State 


W 


20-10 


S22 


Maryland 


L 


20-27 


S29 


at Flo 


I 


24-48 


06 


NCSta 


I 


14 17 


013 


at Duke 


W 


42-35 




Clemson 


L 


14 21 




at Virgim 


W 


34 30 




at North ( 


W 




N17 


Georgi • 


L 


33-38 




Northern llli 


W 


J 



General Information 

Location: Winston-Salem, N.C.27109 
founded: 1834 
Enrollment: 3, 850 
Nickname: Demon Deacons 
Colors: Old Gold, Black 
Stadium: Groves (3 1,500) 
Surface: Natural Grass 
Conference: Atlantic Coast 
President: Dr.Thomas K. Hearn Jr. 
Athletics Director: Ron Wellman 



History 



First Year of Football: 1 888 

A II- Time Bowl Record: 3 - 2 

Years in Postseason Play: Five 

Last Postseason Appearance: 1 999 Jeep Aloha Bowl 

Result: Defeated Arizona State, 23-3 

All-Time Record: 358-547 -3 

Sports Information 

foorofl//S/0: Dean Buchan 

Office: 336-758-5640 

Home: 336-287-8954 

E-Mail: buchand@wfu.edu 
Football Assistant: Joanna Sparkman 

Home: 336-682-7342 

E-Mail: sparkmjj@wfu.edu 
to: 336-758-5 140 
Press Box Phone: 336-727-2945 
SID Mailing Address: PO Box 7426, Reynolds Stadium, Win- 
ston-Salem, NC 27109 
Overnight Address: 203 Athletic Center, Wingate Road, Wake 

Forest University, Winston-Salem, NC 27109 
Web Site Address: www.wakeforestsports.com 

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Returning Statistical Leaders 

Rushing G-GS Att 

Tarence Williams, RB 10-9 249 

FredStaton.RB 11-2 137 

Passing G GS PA 

James MacPherson.QB 116 209 

Receiving G GS Rec 

Jason Anderson, WR 1111 28 

Fabian Davis, WR n .' 24 

Tackles G-GS UT 

Kellen Brantley. II B 1111 50 

Ouintin Williams, DB 1111 ),-; 

Calvin Pace. DE 11 11 36 



Coaching Staff 

Head Coach: }\m Grobe (Virginia 75) 

Career Record: 39-38-1 (7) 

At Wake Fvrest: 6-5(1) 

Football Office Phone: 336-758-563 1 

Best Time to Reach Coach: Through SID 

Weekly Press Conference: Tuesday, Noon 

Assistant Coaches: Troy Calhoun, OC/QB; Keith Henry, CB; 
Dean Hood, DC/S; Brad Lambert, LB; Steed Lobotzke, C/ 
OG; Ray McCartney, RC/DL; Billy Mitchell, AHC/RB/K; Jeff 
Mullen, TE/OT; Kevin Sherman, WR. 

Team Information 

2007/?eco«/:6-5 

2007 Conference Record: 3-5 (T-7th) 

2001 Final Rankings: W A 

Basic Offense: l-Pro 

Basic Defense: i-4 

Letter men Returning/Lost: 38/1 8 

Starters Returning/Lost: 17/7 

Honors Candidates 

Jason Anderson, WR; Calvin Pace, DE.Tarence Williams, RB. 

Offensive Starters Returning (8) 

Jason Anderson, WR;TysonClabo,OT; Blake Henry, OG; James 
MacPherson, QB; Mark Moroz.OT; Ovie Mughelli, FB; Ray 
Thomas, TE; Tarence Williams, RB. 

Defensive Starters Returning (8) 

Caron Bracy, DB; Kellen Brantley, ILB; Obi Chukwumah, DB; 
Eric King, DB; Marcus McGruder, DB; Calvin Pace, DE; 
MontiqueSharpe, DT; Quint in Williams, CB. 

Series History 

Series Record: Maryland leads 36-1 3-1 

Series at Maryland: Maryland leads 17-7-0 

Series at WakeForest: Maryland leads 19-6-1 

First Meeting: 1917, Maryland, 29-13 

Last Terrapin Win at Maryland: 2000 (37-7) 

Last Terrapin Win at Wake Forest: 2001 (27-20) 

Last Deacon Win at Maryland: 1998 (20-10) 

Last Deacon Win at Wake Forest: 1 997 (35-1 7) 

Current Series Streak: Maryland has won 3 

Maryland's Largest Margin ofVictory:S2 (52-0, 1996) 

Wake Forest's Largest Margin of Victory: 39 (39-0, 1 944) 



Yds 

1018 
583 

PC 

113 

Yds 

472 
306 

AT 

45 

24 



Avg 

4.1 
4.3 

Pet 

.541 

Avg 
16.9 
12.8 

TT 
95 
72 



TD 

10 

7 

Yds 
1555 

YPG 

42.9 
27.8 

Int 
3 
2 



TD 

5 

TD 
2 
2 

Sacks 
3 


10 



Int 

11 



TFL 

11 

1 

18 





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24 








at 
Iowa State 














NEW 
MEXICO 




Colorado 
(Aug. 22) 


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1 Aug. 
| 31 


Notre Dame 
(Kickoff 

1 lawn i 


Maryland 

,r,l, knit 

Classic) 


at Iowa 


VIRGINIA 


at 

Michigan 

State 


NEWBERRY 


CHATTANOOGA 


VANDERBILT 


EAST 

CAROLINA 


MIAMI 
(OHIO) 


EAST 

TENNESSEE 

STATE 


at 
Georgia 


at 
Florida 
State 


at Northern 
Illinois 
(Aug. 29) 




Sept 

7 


AKRON 


PLIRDUl 


at 
Maryland 




TOLEDO 




at 
Wisconsin 


at 
Connecticut 


LOUISVILLE 


at 
Syracuse 


at Navy 


LOUISIANA 
TECH 


SOUTH 
CAROLINA 


EAST 
CAROLINA 




1 

I SepL 
14 


FLORIDA 
STATE 


MICHIGAN 


CENTRAL 
MICHIGAN 


at 
Maryland 


SE 

MISSOURI 
STATE 


at 

South 

Carolina State 


at 
Cincinnati 


at 
Clemson 


at 
Northwestern 


TEXAS 


WAKE 
FOREST 


GEORGIA 
TECH 




atNC 
State 




1 Sept 
21 


EASTERN 
MICHIGAN 


at 

Michigan 

State 


at 

Virginia 


DUKE 


at 
Maryland 


at 
Georgia 
Southern 




BRIGHAM 
YOUNG 


at 
Florida 
State 




at 
Texas 
Tech 


BALL 
STATE 


AKRON 


at 
Purdue 




SepL 
28 


WOFFORD 




MIAMI 
(OHIO) 


at Louisville 
(Sept.26) 


SOUTHERN 
ILLINOIS 


at 
Maryland 


EAST 

CAROLINA 


at North 
Carolina 


at 
Navy 


GEORGIA 
TECH 


MASSACHUSETTS 




at Wake 
Forest 


VIRGINIA 




1 Oct 
5 


at 

West 

Virginia 


STANFORD 


at 
Eastern 
Michigan 


at 
Clemson 
(Oct. 3) 


AKRON 


CHATTANOOGA 


MARYLAND 


WAKE 
FOREST 


VIRGINIA 


at 
Arizona 
State 




FLORIDA 
STATE 
(Oct. 3) 


at Duke 


at 

Georgia 

Tech 




1 Oct 

1 12 




PITTSBURGH 


LIBERTY 


at Miami 
(Fla.) 


at 
Ohio 


at 

VMI 


at 
Rutgers 




at 
Wake 
Forest 


NC STATE 


at 
North 
Carolina 


at 
Virginia 


CLEMSON 


DUKE 




Oct. 
19 


GEORGIA 

TECH 
(Oct. 17) 


at 
Air Force 






at Ball 
State 


WESTERN 
CAROLINA 


SYRACUSE 


at 
Maryland 
(Oct. 17) 


at 
NC State 


at 
Virginia 


DUKE 


WAKE 
FOREST 


NORTH 
CAROLINA 


at 
Clemson 




1 0cL 
26 


at 
Duke 


at 
Florida 
State 


at 
Central 
Florida 


NOTRE 
DAME 




at 

Appalachian 

State 


MIAMI 
(FLA.) 


VIRGINIA 


MARYLAND 


at 
Wake Forest 


at 
Clemson 


NC 
STATE 


at 
Georgia Tech 


NORTH 
CAROLINA 




1 Nov. 

) 2 


at 
North 
Carolina 


BOSTON 
COLLEGE 


MARSHALL 


at 
Wake 
Forest 


CENTRAL 
MICHIGAN 


THE 
CITADEL 


at 
Temple 


at 
NC State 


CLEMSON 


MARYLAND 


GEORGIA 
TECH 


at 
Duke 




FLORIDA 
STATE 




Nov. 
9 

Nov. 
16 


NC 
STATE 

at 
Clemson 


Navy 

(at 

Baltimore) 


at 
Ohio 

BUFFALO 


at 

Georgia 

Tech 

NORTH 
CAROLINA 


at 
Western 
Michigan 

NORTHERN 
ILLINOIS 


at 

East 
Tenn. State 

FURMAN 


BOSTON 
COLLEGE 


FLORIDA 
STATE 

DUKE 


at 
Georgia 


CLEMSON 

at 
Florida 


at 
Maryland 

at 
Virginia 


at 

North 
Carolina 

MARYLAND 


at Penn 
State 






Nov. 
23 


at 
Virginia 


RUTGERS 


at 
Kent State 


at 
NC State 


at 
Bowling 
Green 


at 
Elon 


at Virginia 

Tech 
(Nov. 20) 




Tedi 

NORTH 
CAROLINA 


State 

at 
Duke 


FLORIDA 
STATE 


SOUTH 
CAROLINA 


MARYLAND 


NAVY 




Nov. 

30 

s 


WAKE 
FOREST 


at 

use 




FLORIDA 






at 
Pittsburgh 


at 
Georgia 










at 

Virginia 

Tedi 


at 
Maryland 

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2002 BOWL SCHEDULE 



BOWL (Site) 
NEW ORLEANS 
New Orleans, La. 


DATE/TIME 

Tue.,Dec.l7 
8p.m.CT 


STADIUM (Capacity) 

Louisiana Superdome 
(75,000) 


TIE-INS 

Sun Belt 
Conference USA 


NETWORK 

ESPN2 


LAST SEASON'S RESULT 

Colorado State 45 
North Texas 20 


GMAC/MOBILE ALABAMA 

Mobile, Ala. 


Wed., Dec. 18 
7p.m.CT 


Ladd Peebles Stadium 
(42,000) 


Conference USA 
Mid-American 


ESPN2 


Marshall 64 (20T) 
East Carolina 61 


TANGERINE 

Orlando, Fla. 


Mon., Dec. 23 
5:30 p.m. ET 


Florida Citrus Bowl 

(40,000) 


ACC 
BIG EAST 


ESPN 


Pittsburgh 34 
NC State 19 


LAS VEGAS 

Las Vegas, Nev. 


Wed., Dec. 25 

1:30 p.m. PT 


Sam Boyd Stadium 
(40,000) , 


Mountain West 
Pac-10 


ESPN 


Utah 10 
USC 6 


HAWAII 

Honolulu, Hawaii 


Wed., Dec. 25 
3p.m.HT 


Aloha Stadium 
(50,000) 


Conference USA 
Western Athletic 


ESPN 


First Year 


MOTOR CITY 

Pontiac.Mich. 


Thu.,Dec.26 

5p.m.ET 


TBD 
(TBD) 


Mid-American 
Open 


ESPN 


Toledo 23 
Cincinnati 16 


INSIGHT.COM 

Phoenix, Ariz. 


Thu.,Dec.26 
TBD 


Bank One Ballpark 
(50,000) 


BIG EAST 
PaclO 


ESPN2 


Syracuse 26 
Kansas State 3 


SUPERIOR HOUSTON 

Houston, Texas 


Fri.,Dec.27 
Noon 


Reliant Astrodome 
(63,001) 


Big 12 
Conference USA 


ESPN 


Texas A&M 28 
TCU9 


HOLIDAY 

San Diego, Calif. 


Fri.,Dec27 
5p.m.PT 


Qualcomm Stadium 
(70,000) 


Big 12 
Pac-10 


ESPN 


Texas 47 
Washington 43 


MAINSTAY INDEPENDENCE 

Shreveport.La. 


Fri.,Dec.28 
3:30 p.m. CT 


Independence Stadium 
(50,459) 


SEC 
Big 12 


ESPN 


Alabama 14 
Iowa State 13 


ALAMO 

San Antonio, Texas 


Sat, Dec. 28 
6p.m.CT 


Alamodome 
(65,000) 


Big Ten 
Big 12 


ESPN 


Iowa 19 
Texas Tech 16 


CONTINENTAL TIRE CITY 

Charlotte, N.C. 


Sat., Dec 28 

TBA 


Ericsson Stadium 
(73,367) 


BIG EAST 
ACC 


ESPN 


First Year 


MUSIC CITY 

Nashvillejenn. 


Mon., Dec. 30 
TBA 


Adelphia Coliseum 
(67,000) 


SEC 
Big Ten 


ESPN 


Boston College 20 
Georgia 16 


SEATTLE 

Seattle, Wash. 


Mon.,Dec.30 
11a.rn.PT 


Seahawks Stadium 
(67,000) 


Mountain West 
Pac-10 


ESPN 


Georgia Tech 24 
Stanford 14 


HUMANITARIAN 

Boise, Idaho 


Mon., Dec 30 
10a.m. MT 


Bronco Stadium 
(30,000) 


Western Athletic 
Open 


ESPN 


Clemson49 
Louisiana Tech 24 


AXA LIBERTY 

Memphis, Tenn. 


Tue.,Dec.31 
2:30 p.m. CT 


Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium 
(62,921) 


Conference USA 
Mountain West 


ESPN 


Louisville 28 
BYU10 


CHICK FIL A PEACH 

Atlanta, Ga. 


Tue.,Dec.3l 
7:30 p.m. El 


Georgia Dome 
(71,228) 


SEC 

ACC 


ESPN 


North Carolina 16 
Auburn 10 


SILICON VALLEY CLASSIC 

San Jose, Calif. 


Tue.,Dec.31 
12:30 p.m. PT 


Spartan Stadium 

(30,578) 


Western Athletic 
Open 


FOX Sports Net 


Michigan State 44 
Fresno State 35 


WELLS FARGO SUN 

El Paso, Texas 


Tue.,Dec.31 
Noon Ml 


Sun Bowl 

(51,171) 


Big Ten 
Pac-10 


CBS 


Washington State 33 
Purdue 27 


SANFRANCISCOJEEP 

San Francisco, Calif. 


Tue.,Dec.31 
7:30 p.m. PT 


Pacific Bell Park 
(41,059) 


BIG EAST 
Pac-10 


ESPN 


First Year 


CAPITAL ONE 

Orlando, Fla. 


Wed.,Jan.1 
lp.m.ET 


Florida Citrus Bowl 
(70,000) 


SEC 

Big Ten 


ABC 


Tennessee 45 
Michigan 17 


TOYOTA GATOR 

Jacksonville, Fla. 


Wed.Jan.l 
12:30 p.m. ET 


Alltel Stadium 
(76,940) 


ACC 
BIG EAST 


NBC 


Florida State 30 
Virginia Tech 17 


OUTBACK 

Tampa, Fla. 


Wed., Jan. 1 

11a.rn.ET 


Raymond James Stadium 
(65,005) 


SEC 
Big Ten 


ESPN 


South Carolina 31 
Ohio State 28 


ROSE 

Pasadena, Calif. 


Wed.Jan.l 
2p.m.PT 


Rose Bowl 

(93,000) 


BCS 


ABC 


Miami (Fla.) 37 
Nebraska 14 


SOUTHWESTERN BELL COTTON 
Dallas, Texas 


Wed.Jan.l 
lOa.m.CT 


Cotton Bowl Stadium 
(68,252) 


SEC 
Big 12 


FOX 


Oklahoma 10 
Arkansas 3 


NOKIA SUGAR 

New Orleans, La. 


Wed.Jan.l 
7:30 p.m. CT 


Louisiana Superdome 
(75,000) 


BCS 


ABC 


LSU47 
Illinois 34 


FEDEX ORANGE 

Miami, Fla. 


Thu.Jan 2 
8p.m.ET 


Pro Player Stadium 
(75,192) 


BCS 


ABC 


Florida 56 
Maryland 23 


TOSTITOS FIESTA 

Tempe.Ariz, 


Fri.Jan.3 
6p.m.MT 


Sun Devil Stadium 
(73,471) 


BCS 


ABC 


Oregon 38 
Colorado 16 



DATES AND TIMES SUBJECT TO CHANGE 



2002 MARYLAND TRAVEL ITINERARY 



Kickoff Classic 

Aug. 29: Depart College Park via bus charter 
Aug. 31 : Depart East Rutherford, N.J. via bus charter immedi- 
ately following the game 

Headquarters: Hilton Hasbrouck Heights, 650Terrace Avenue, 
Hasbrouck Heights, N J, 07604 

Phone: 201 288-6100 

Fax: 201 -288 4717 



West Vlrgii. 

Oct. 4: Depart College Pa. 
Oct. 5: Depart Morgantow 
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Duke 

Oct. 25: Depart College Park via air charter 
Oct. 26: Depart Durham, N.C. via air charter immediately fol- 
lowing the game 

Headquarters: Radisson Governors Inn, Davis Drive, Research 
Triangle Park, N.C, 27709 

Mion<>:919 549 8631 

fcw:919 547 3510 

North Carolina 

Nov. 1 : Depart College Park via air charter 
Nov. 2: Depart Chapel Hill, N.C. via air charier immediately fol- 
lowing the game 

Headquarters: Radisson Governors Inn, Davis Drive, Research 
Triangle Park, N.C, 27709 

Phone:')\<) 549 8631 

ftuc919 547 1510 




Clemson 

Nov. 15: Depart College Park via air charter 
Nov. 16: Depart Clemson, S.C via air charter immediately fol- 
lowing the game 

Headquarters: Greenville-Spartanburg Airport Marriott, One 
Parkway East, Greenville, S.C, 29615 

Phone: 864 297-0300 

fax:864-281-0801 

Virginia 

Nov. 22: Depart College Park via bus charter 

Nov. 23 : Depart C harloltesville, VA via bus charter immediately 

following Ihe game 

Headquarters: Doublettee Hotel - Charlottesville, 990 Hilton 

Heights Road, Charlottesville, VA, 22901 

Phone: 800 494-9467 

fat: 4 34-978 7735 



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In This Section 



Story of the Atlantic Coast Conference 112 

2001 ACC Review 113 | 

2001 ACC Team Statistics 114 

2001 ACC Individual Statistics 115 

2001 ACC Players of the Week 116 



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THE ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE 




John Swofford, 
ACC Commiuioner 



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Duke — Joined the SC in December, 1928; charter 
member of the ACC in 1953. 



The Tradition 

Consistency. It's the mark of true excellence in any endeavor. 

However, in today's intercollegiate athletics, compe- 
tition has become so balanced and so competitive that it is 
virtually impossible to maintain a high level of consistency. 
Yet the Atlantic Coast Conference has defied the odds. 
Now in its 50th year of competition, the ACC has long en- 
joyed the reputation as one of the strongest and most com- 
petitive 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 85 national championships, including 42 
in men's competition and 43 in women's. 
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 
second national title in 1981 while Georgia Tech 
followed suit in 1990. Florida State pocketed 
national titles No.4 and 5 in 1994 and 1999. 

The nine schools that take to the field this 
fall under the ACC banner have produced 375 first 
or second team gridiron All-Americas and more 
than 50 first-team academic All-Americas. ACC 
teams have had 1 ,503 players selected in the an- 
nual professional football draft, including 1 1 2 first 
round selections. The league had 18 players 
drafted in the 2002 NFL draft, including two first 
rounders. 

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 88-79-5 (.526) 
in post-season play. Since 1 990, the ACC is one 
of only five conferences to have each of its 
schools play in a bowl game. 

The ACC had an all-time high six teams 
earn bowl berths in 2001 and a record seven of 
the league's nine teams posted winning records 
last season. 

Georgia Tech and Florida State rank 
among the nation's winningest bowl teams. 
Among teams with 20-or-more bowl appear- 
ances, the Yellow Jackets are second with a 20- 
10 (.667) post-season record while the Semi- 
noles are third at 18-10-2 (.633). 

This past season the ACC had two con- 
sensus All-Americans and over the past four 
years has produced 24 consensus All-Americans. 
Since 1997, the ACC has had more first round 
draft picks (29) in the annual NFL draft than any 
other conference e, > the 12-team South- 
i Conference^ ACC also set two atten- 
arl during 101 season, drawing 
07 fans over! , 16,648 

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ACC 

ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE 

Phone 336-851-6062 

Media Relations Fax .... 336-854-8797 

336-547-6261 

Administrative Fax 336-316-6097 

E-Mail bmorrison@theacc.org 

Web Address theacc.com 



Atlantic Coast Conference 
4512 Weybridge Lane 
Greensboro, NC 27407 

ACC Media Relations Staff 

Brian Morrison Director 

Amy Yakola Asst. Director 

Sarah Brown Intern 

Hollie Goodwin Intern 

Barb Dery Secretary 




2001-02 in Review 

The 2001 -02 academic year concluded with the league pocketing three more 
national team titles. In all, the ACC has won 42 national team titles over the last 1 2 
years. 

The ACC's 2001-02 national champions 
were Maryland in men's basketball defeating 
Indiana, North Carolina in men's soccer defeat- 
ing Indiana, and Duke in women's tennis. Over- 
all the league had eight teams advance to the 
national semifinals in their respective sports in 
addition to the three champions: Maryland in 
field hockey, Duke in women's basketball, North 
Carolina in women's soccer, Virginia in men's 
lacrosse and North Carolina in women's la- 
crosse. 

The ACC Academic Honor Roll record 
was broken for the 1 5th-straight year in 2000- 
2001 as 1,711 student-athletes were recog- 
nized for their work in the classroom. 



Clemson — Charter member of the SI AA in 1894, 
charter member of the SC in 1921, charter mem-l 
ber 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, char- 
ter 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 oftheSC in 1921, char- 
ter member of the ACC in 1953. 



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 fronu 

SC in December 1936,joined the ACC in December, J^>C^ 

1953. r^^-Xr 




WakeForest Joined thoSC in February 1'H(>, 
charter member of the ACC in 1953. 



A History 

The Atlantic Coast Conference was 
founded on May 8, 1953, at the Sedgefield Inn 
near Greensboro, N.C., with seven charter mem- 
bers - Clemson, Duke, Maryland, North Carolina, 
North Carolina State, South Carolina and Wake 
Forest - drawing up the conference by-laws. 

The withdrawal of seven schools from 
the Southern Conference came early on the 
morning of May 8, 1953, during the Southern 
Conference's annual spring meeting. On June 
14, 1953, the seven members met in Raleigh, 
NC, where a set of bylaws was adopted and 
the name became officially the Atlantic Coast 
Conference. 

On December 4, 1953, conference offi- 
cials met again at Sedgefield and officially ad- 
mitted the University of Virginia. The first,and 
only, withdrawal of a school from the ACC came 
on June 30, 1971 when the University of South 
Carolina tendered its resignation. 

The ACC operated with seven members 
until April 3, 1978, when Georgia Tech was ad 
mitted. The Atlanta school withdrew from the 
Southeastern Conference in January of 1 964. 

The ACC expanded to nine members on 
July 1,1991, with the addition of Florida State. 



2001 ACC REVIEW 

2001 ACC Standings 










ACC Games 






Team 


W 


I 


For 


Opp 


Hm 


Rd 


MARYLAND 


7 


1 


271 


173 


4-0 


3-1 


Florida Slate 


6 


2 


304 


194 


3-1 


3-1 


North Carolina 


5 


3 


237 


145 


3-1 


2-2 


Georgia Tech 


4 


4 


246 


215 


2-2 


2-2 


NC State 


4 


4 


212 


185 


1-3 


3-1 


Clemson 


4 


4 


246 


268 


1-3 


3-1 


Wake Forest 


3 


5 


213 


247 


0-4 


3-1 


Virginia 


3 


5 


178 


244 


2-2 


1-3 


Duke 





8 


164 


390 


0-4 


0-4 



w 

10 



L 
2 

4 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
7 
11 



Overall 

For Opp 



413 

403 
337 
405 
319 
369 
292 
249 
212 



266 

304 
271 
281 
257 
339 
311 
331 
491 



Hm 
7-0 
4-2 
5-1 
3-3 
3-3 
3-3 
2-4 
4-3 
0-6 



Rd 
3-1 

3-2 
2-4 
3-2 
4-1 
3-2 
4-1 
1-4 
0-5 



Nu 
0-1 

1-0 
1-0 
2-0 
0-1 
1-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 



Streak 
Lostl 

Won 2 
Won 3 
Wonl 
Lostl 
Won 2 
Wonl 
Wonl 
Lost 23 



Bold denotes conference champion. 



ACC Individual Honors 

Player of the Year: EJ. Henderson, Maryland 
Offensive Player of the Year: Bruce Perry, Maryland 
Defensive Player of the Year: E J. Henderson, Maryland 
Rookie of the Year. Chris Rix. Florida State 
Coach of the Year: Ralph Friedgen, Maryland 
Brian Piccolo Award: Matt Crawford, Maryland 
Jacobs Blocking Trophy Brett Williams, Florida State 
Jim Tatum Award Kyle Young, Clemson 

ACC Bowl Game Results 

Florida Tangerine 
Pinsburgh 34, NC State 19 

Seattle 

Georgia Tech 24, Stanford 14 

Humanitarian 

Clemson 49, Louisiana Tech 24 

Chick-fil A Peach 

North Carolina 16, Auburn 10 

Toyota Gator 

'i Florida State 30, Virginia Tech 17 

FedEx Orange 

Florida 56, Maryland 23 /|/ 



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ACC Player of 
I the Year EJ. 

Henderson 
' led the Terns 
i to the FedEx 

Orange Bowl. 



First Team Offense 

QB Woody Dantzler, Sr., Clemson 

RB Bruce Perry, So., Maryland 

RB Joe Burns, Jr., Georgia Tech 

WR Billy McMullen, Jr., Virginia 

WR Kelly Campbell, Sr., Georgia Tech 

TE Mike Hart, Sr., Duke 

0T Brett Williams, Jr., Florida State 

0T Nat Dorsey, Fr., Georgia Tech 

OG Todd Wike, Jr., Maryland 

0G Michael Collins, Sr., Wake Forest 

C Melvin Fowler, Sr., Maryland 

PK Luke Manget, Jr., Georgia Tech 

First Team Defense 

DL Julius Peppers, Jr., North Carolina 

DL Greg Gathers, Jr., Georgia Tech 

DL Ryan Sims, Sr., North Carolina 

DL Darnell Dockett, So., Florida State 

LB EJ. Henderson, Jr., Maryland 

LB Levar Fisher, Sr., NC State 

LB Bradley Jennings, Sr., Florida State 

DB Chris Hope, Sr., Florida State 

DB Tony Jackson, Sr., Maryland 

DB Tony Okanlawon,Sr., Maryland 

SP Kelley Rhino, Jr., Georgia Tech 

P Brooks Barnard, Jr., Maryland 




Second Team Offense 

QB Shaun Hill, Sr., Maryland 

RB Tarence Williams, Jr., Wake Forest 

RB Ray Robinson, Sr., NC State 

WR Guilian Gary, Sr., Maryland 

WR Javon Walker, Sr., Florida State 

TE Willie Wright, Sr.,NC State 

0T Akil Smith, Jr., Clemson 

OT Matt Crawford, Jr., Maryland 

0G Montrae Holland, Jr., Florida State 

0G Will Merritt, Sr., Clemson 

0G Kyle Young, Sr, Clemson 

PK Xavier Beitia, Fr., Florida State 

Second Team Defense 

DL Nick Rogers, Sr., Georgia Tech 

DL Corey Smith, Sr., NC State 

DL Nate Boiling, Sr., Wake Forest 

DL Calvin Pace, Jr., Wake Forest 

LB David Thornton, Sr., North Carolina 

LB Chad Carson, Sr., Clemson 

LB AngeloCrowell, Jr., Virginia 

DB Michael Waddell, Jr., North Carolina 

DB Jeremy Muyres, Jr., Georgia Tech 

DB Charles Hafley, Sr., Clemson 

DB Shernard Newby.Jr., Virginia 

SP John Stone, Sr., Wake Forest 

P Mike Abrams, Sr., Virginia 



ACC Honorable mention Offense 

OJ - George Godsey, Sr., Georgia Tech; Philip Rivers, So., NC State; RB - Chris Douglas, 
So., Duke.WR-Talman Gardner, Jr., Florida State; OT - Jeremese Jones, Sr., Virginia; 
Chris Colmer, So., NC State; Jason Kemble, Sr., Georgia Tech; OG - Evan Routzahn, Sr., 
Virginia;T.J.Watkins,Sr.,Clemson;OC- Adam Metts.Sr., North Carolina; Vince Azzolina, 
Sr.Wake Forest; PK - Nick Novak, Fr., Maryland; Jeff Reed, Sr., North Carolina. 

ACC Honorable Mention Defense 

DL - Alonzo Jackson, Jr., Florida State;-Charles Hill, Sr., Maryland; Monsanto Pope, 
Sr., Virginia; LB - Recardo Wimbush, Jr., Georgia Tech; Michael Boulware, So., Florida 
State; Kendyll Pope, So., Florida State; TJB-Marvious Hester, Jr., Georgia Tech Randall 
Jones, Sr., Maryland; Brian Williams, Sr., NC State; SP - Terrence Holt, Sr., NC State; 
Ronnie Hamilton, Sr, Duke. 



Matt Crawford 




Melvin Fowler 




Guilian Gary 



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2001 ACC TEAM STATISTICS 



Total Offense 



Total Defense 



Turnover Margin 





TEAM 


G Rush 


Pass Plays Yards 


Avg 


TD 


Yds/G 


TEAM 


G 


Rush 


Pass 


Plys 


Yards 


Avg TD 


Yds/G 


TEAM 


G 


ft? 


Int 


Tot 


ft 


Int 


Tot Mar 


«s 


Maryland 


11 2428 


2409 


872 4837 


5.5 


46 


439.7 


North Carolina 


12 


1498 


2166 


835 


3664 


4.4 25 


305.3 


Maryland 


11 


10 


24 


34 


9 


9 


18 +16 


1 Florida State 


11 1756 


2931 


759 4687 


6.2 


43 


426.1 


Maryland 


11 


997 


2645 


785 


3642 


4.6 21331.1 


NC State 


11 


16 


7 


23 


6 


7 


13 +10 


#3 


I Clemson 


11 2027 


2609 


829 4636 


5.6 


40 


421.5 


Georgia Tech 


12 


1405 


2595 


822 


4000 


4 9 30 333.3 


Florida State 


11 


10 


15 


25 


8 


13 


21 +4 


j Georgia Tech 


12 1668 


3347 


913 5015 


5.5 


45 


417.9 


Florida State 


11 


1386 


2534 


771 


3920 


5.1 33 


356.4 


Virginia 


12 


10 


18 


28 


10 


14 


24 +4 




, J^. Wake Forest 


11 2438 


1854 


861 4292 


5.0 


34 


390.2 


NC State 


11 


1562 


2390 


796 


3952 


5.0 28 359.3 


Georgia Tech 


11 


11 


11 


22 


7 


14 


21 +1 


^ 


,4 


North Carolina 


12 1515 


2872 


843 4387 


5.2 


38 


365.6 


Wake Forest 


11 


1544 


2694 


762 


4238 


5.6 40 385.3 


Wake Forest 


11 


9 


13 


22 


11 


14 


25 -3 






NC State 


11 1228 


2712 


740 3940 


5.3 


33 


358.2 


Clemson 


11 


1803 


2486 


803 


4289 


5.3 39 389.9 


Clemson 


11 


6 


10 


16 


9 


14 


23 -7 


^ 


f 


Virginia 


12 1272 


2868 


827 4140 


5.0 


29 


345.0 


Virginia 


12 


2433 


2734 


920 


5167 


5.6 36 430.6 


North Carolina 


12 


9 


8 


17 


12 


16 


28 -11 






Duke 


11 1243 


2543 


824 3786 


4.6 


26 


344.2 


Duke 


11 


2702 


2710 


823 


5412 


6.6 61 


492.0 


Duke 


11 


9 


7 


16 


11 


19 


30 -14 


^ 




Rushing 


Offer 


ise 










Rushing Defense 










First Downs 












«= 




TEAM 


G An 


Yds 


Avg TO 


Yds/G 




TEAM 


6 


Rush 


Yards 


Avg. 


TD 


Yds/G 




TEAM 


G 


Rush 


Pass 


Pen 


Total 










Wake Forest 


1 609 


2438 


4.0 27 


221.6 




Maryland 


11 


387 


997 


2.6 


5 


90.6 




Georgia Tech 


12 


106 


137 


25 


268 






«=3 




Maryland 


1 526 


2428 


4.6 33 


220.7 




Georgia Tech 


12 


432 


1405 


3.3 


17 


117.1 




Maryland 


11 


139 


105 


13 


257 










Clemson 


1 463 


2027 


4.4 22 


184.3 




North Carolina 


12 


432 


1498 


3.5 


16 


124.8 




Clemson 


11 


129 


110 


15 


254 






•s 




Florida State 


1 434 


1756 


4.0 17 


159.6 




Florida State 


11 


398 


1386 


3.5 


23 


126.0 




Wake Forest 


11 


142 


85 


20 


247 










Georgia Tech 


2 500 


1668 


3.3 26 


139.0 




Wake Forest 


11 


423 


1544 


3.7 


19 


140.4 




Florida State 


11 


99 


124 


23 


246 






*= 




North Carolina 


2 480 


1515 


3.2 13 


126.2 




NC State 


11 


454 


1562 


3.4 


10 


142.0 




Virginia 


12 


80 


132 


17 


229 










Duke 


1 418 


1243 


3.0 14 


113.0 




Clemson 


11 


465 


1803 


3.9 


18 


163.9 




North Carolina 


12 


84 


125 


20 


229 






*3 




NC State 


1 355 


1228 


3.5 15 


111.6 




Virginia 


12 


570 


2433 


4.3 


22 


202.8 




NC State 


11 


72 


120 


23 


215 










Virginia 


2 376 


1272 


3.4 5 


106.0 




Duke 


11 


494 


2702 


5.5 


36 


245.6 




Duke 


11 


80 


109 


18 


207 






«= 




Passing 














Passing Defense 










Third-Down Conversions 




•=i 




TEAM 


G An Cmp Int 


Pa Yds 


Avg 


TD 


Yds/G 


TEAM 


G 


An 


Cmp 


Int 


Yds 


Avg TD 


Yds/G 


TEAM 


G 


Conv 


An 


Pa 












Georgia Tech 


2 413 264 14 


63.9 3347 


8.1 


19 278.9 


North Carolina 


12 


403 


203 


8 


2166 


5.4 9 


180.5 


Maryland 


11 


84 


179 46.9 








d 




Florida State 


1 325 184 13 


56.6 2931 


9.0 


26 266.5 


Georgia Tech 


12 


390 


212 


11 


2595 


6.7 13 


216.2 


Georgia Tech 


12 


89 


190 


46.8 












NC State 


1 385 248 7 


64.4 2712 


7.0 


18 246.5 


NC State 


11 


342 


201 


7 


2390 


7.0 18 


217.3 


Clemson 


11 


78 


169 


46.2 








t^ 




North Carolina 


2 363 205 16 


56.5 2872 


7.9 


25 


239.3 


Clemson 


11 


338 


186 


10 


486 


7.4 21 


226.0 


Wake Forest 


11 


81 


178 


45.5 












Virginia 


2 451 263 14 


58.3 2868 


6.4 


24 239.0 


Virginia 


12 


350 


206 


18 


2734 


7.8 14 227.8 


Florida State 


11 


66 


148 


44.6 








#Us 




Clemson 


1 366 210 14 


57.4 2609 


7,1 


18 237.2 


Florida State 


11 


373 


206 


15 


2534 


6.8 10 230.4 


NC State 


11 


62 


156 


39.7 












Duke 1 


1 406 195 19 


48.0 2543 


6.3 


12 


231.2 


Maryland 


11 


398 


219 


24 


2645 


6.6 16 240.5 


North Carolina 


12 


68 


173 


39.3 








*= 




Maryland 1 


1 346 203 9 58.7 2409 


7.0 


13 219.0 


Wake Forest 


11 


339 


209 


13 


2694 


7.9 21 


244.9 


Duke 


11 


67 


179 


37.4 












Wake Forest 


1 252 131 14 


52.0 1854 


7.4 


7 


168.5 


Duke 


11 


329 


201 


7 


2710 


8.2 25 


246.4 


Virginia 


12 


59 


168 


35.1 








§S 




Scoring 














Scoring Defense 










Sacks 
















fS 




TEAM 


G TO 


XP 2XP DXP re 


Saf 


Pts 


Avg 


TEAM 


G 


TD 


XP 


2XP 


fG Sal Pts 


Avg 


TEAM 


G 


Sacks 


Yards 


Opp Sacks Yards 








Maryland 


11 49 


41 1 


17 


1 


190 


35.5 


Maryland 


11 


24 


24 





14 


210 


19.1 


Maryland 


11 


38 


294 




19 


141 




QS 




Florida State 


11 48 


44 


13 


1 


373 


33.9 


NC State 


11 


29 


28 





7 


223 


20.3 


Georgia Tech 


12 


35 


196 




22 


158 








Georgia Tech 


12 47 


40 1 


19 





381 


31.8 


North Carolina 


12 


30 


24 


2 


15 


4 261 


21.8 


NC State 


11 


28 


215 




18 


115 




fc— ' 




Clemson 


11 42 


38 


10 





320 


29.1 


Georgia Tech 


12 


34 


28 





11 


1 267 


22.2 


North Carolina 


12 


26 


183 




29 


197 








NC State 


11 37 


28 1 


16 





300 


27.3 


Florida State 


11 


36 


34 





11 


2 287 


26.1 


Wake Forest 


11 


26 


188 




13 


108 




*s 




North Carolina 


12 41 


39 


12 





321 


26.8 


Virginia 


12 


40 


34 





19 


331 


27.6 


Virginia 


12 


23 


127 




24 


200 








Wake Forest 


11 36 


33 


11 


5 


292 


26.5 


Wake Forest 


11 


41 


38 





9 


311 


28.3 


Clemson 


11 


20 


127 




31 


184 




fs 




Virginia 


12 31 


27 


12 





249 


20.8 


Clemson 


11 


39 


31 


1 


16 


315 


28.6 


Florida State 


11 


15 


98 




29 


212 








Duke 


1 1 28 


24 1 


6 





212 


19.3 


Duke 


11 


65 


62 





13 


491 


44.6 


Duke 


11 


15 


88 




34 


211 




f 3 




Passing 


Efficiency 








Punt Returns 












Penalties 














*s 




TEAM 


G An 


Cmp 


Pet Int 


Yds 


TD 


Effic 


TEAM 


G 


Ret 


Yds 


TD 


Avg 






TEAM 


G 


A/o 


Yds 


ivg/G Opp. 


Yds. 


Avg. 






Florida State 


11 325 


184 


.566 13 2931 


26 150.8 


Duke 


11 


24 


346 


1 


14.4 






Duke 


11 


73 


584 


53.1 


83 


756 


68.7 


0S 




Georgia Tech 


12 413 


264 


.639 14 3347 


19 


140.4 


North Carolina 


12 


45 


508 


1 


11.3 






Wake Forest 


11 


74 


645 


58.6 


82 


693 


63.0 






North Carolina 


12 363 


205 


.565 16 2872 


25 


136.8 


Wake Forest 


11 


31 


343 


1 


11.1 






Georgia Tech 


12 


85 


712 


59.3 


99 


787 


65.6 


fE£ 




NC State 


11 385 


248 


.644 7 2712 


18 


135.4 


Georgia Tech 


12 


51 


555 





10.9 






Maryland 


11 


75 


661 


60.1 


66 


554 


50.4 






Clemson 


11 366 


210 


.574 14 2609 


18 


125.8 


Clemson 


11 


26 


265 





10.2 






NC State 


11 


82 


708 


64.4 


98 


796 


72.4 


0S 




Maryland 


11 346 


203 


.587 9 2409 


13124.4 


Florida State 


11 


31 


282 


2 


9.1 






North Carolina 


12 


98 


774 


64.5 


85 


720 


60.0 






Virginia 


12 451 


263 


.583 14 2868 


24 123.1 


Virginia 


12 


33 


276 





8.4 






Virginia 


12 


90 


831 


69.2 


90 


820 


68.3 


9^—- 


1 Wake Forest 


11 252 


131 


.520 14 1854 


7 


111.8 


NC State 


11 


20 


155 


1 


7.8 






Florida State 


11 


93 


764 


69.5 


93 


815 


74.1 




j Duke 


11 406 


195 


.480 19 2543 


12 


101.0 


Maryland 


11 


23 


166 


1 


7.2 






Clemson 


11 


97 


830 


75.5 


74 


647 


58.8 


wk 




Kickoff 1 

TEAM 
Clemson 
Wake Forest 


letun 


is 

Yds 
1094 
846 


TD Avg 
1 24.9 
1 24.2 








Punting 

TEAM 

Maryland 
Georgia Tech 


G 
11 
12 


No. 
54 
43 


Yards 
2401 
1737 


Avg 
44.5 
40.4 


Ret 
26 
16 


Yds Avg 
222 4.1 
135 3.1 


Net/P 
40.4 
37.3 


Time of Possession 

TEAM G Total Time Avg/G 
Maryland 11 348:53 31:43 

Wake Forest 1.10 i^ it.an 






z 










Georgia Tech 


12 

12 39 


846 


22.9 








Wake forest 


12 

11 


65 
51 


2645 
1958 


40.7 
38.4 


28 
26 


299 4.6 
182 3.6 


36.1 
34.8 


Georgia Tech 
Florida State 


12 

11 


377:44 
341:25 




1 .37 

1:28 
1:02 






• 




Virginia 








20.8 








NC State 


11 


53 


2166 


409 


35 


328 6 2 


34.7 


North Carolina 


12 


356:34 


29:42 






0S 




11 27 












Clemson 


11 


45 


1704 


37.9 


18 


186 4.1 


33.7 


Duke 


11 


323:43 


29:25 










1 1 14 




202 








North Carolina 


12 


69 


2679 


38.8 


37 


408 5 9 


32.9 


NC State 


11 


322:17 


29:17 






0S 
















I Mate 


11 


55 


2125 


386 


27 


337 6 1 


325 


Clemson 


11 


321:07 


29:11 








fl Maryland 


11 2" 




19.1 








Duke 


11 


71 


2628 


370 


47 


462 6.5 


30.5 


Virginia 


12 


328:12 


27:21 






•= 
















































*= 










mini 


• ■ 


- - 




" Z "*, 


~ ■ 


: zz 


■ ; * 









































\MfoiVtfc C&&f'C(fl}£&cetice 



JLL 




2001 ACC INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS 



Passing Efficiency 



All-Purpose Yards 



PLAYER 


Team 


a 


G 


Alt 


Cmp 


Inl 


Pa. 


Yds 


TD 


iff. 


PLAYER 


Team 


a 


6 


Rush 


Rev 


PR 


KR 


Yds 


Avg/0 


Chris Rix 


FS 


FR 


11 


286 


165 


13 


57.7 


2734 


24 


156.6 


Chris Douglas 


DU 


SO 


10 


797 


215 





690 


1702 


170.2 


Darian Durant 


NC 


FR 


12 


223 


142 


10 


63.7 


1843 


17 


149.3 


Bruce Perry 


MD 


so 


11 


1242 


359 





117 


1718 


156.2 


George Godsey 


GT 


SR 


12 


384 


249 


11 


64.8 


3085 


18 


142.1 


Kelly Campbell 


GT 


SR 


9 


12 


708 





651 


1371 


152.3 


Woodcow Dantzler 


CU 


SR 


11 


311 


188 


11 


60.5 


2360 


17 


135.2 


Joe Burns 


GT 


JR 


12 


1165 


249 





43 


1457 


121.4 


Philip Rivers 


ST 


SO 


11 


368 


240 


7 


65.2 


2586 


16 


134.8 


Ray Robinson 


ST 


SR 


11 


733 


376 





109 


1218 


110.7 


Bryson Spinner 


VA 


SO 


11 


206 


121 


6 


58.7 


1334 


14 


129.7 


John Stone 


WF 


SR 


11 


315 


294 





588 


1197 


108.8 


ShaunHill 


MD 


SR 


11 


329 


197 


9 


59.9 


2380 


13 


128.2 


Tarence Williams 


WF 


JR 


10 


1018 


10 








1028 


102.8 


Matt Schaub 


VA 


SO 


12 


240 


140 


8 


58.3 


1524 


10 


118.8 


Derrick Hamilton 


CU 


FR 


11 


21 


590 


9 


476 


1096 


99.6 


James MacPherson 


WF 


JR 


11 


209 


113 


11 


54.1 


1555 


5 


113.9 


Alvin Pearman 


VA 


FR 


12 


371 


283 


247 


266 


1167 


97.2 


D Bryant 


DU 


JR 


10 


328 


164 


15 


50.0 


2171 


9 


105.5 


Woodrow Dantzler 


CU 


SR 


11 


1004 











1004 


91.3 



Rushing 

PLAYER 
Bruce Perry 

Tarence Williams 
Joe Burns 
Woodrow Dantzler CU 
Chris Douglas DU 

Ray Robinson 
Greg Jones 
Fred Staton 
Travis Zachery 
Andre Williams 



Kick off Returns 



Team 
MD 
WF 
GT 



ST 
FS 

WF 
CU 
NC 



Receptions 



PLAYER 
Billy McMullen 
Kelly Campbell 
Guilian Gary 
Ray Robinson 
Will Glover 
Derrick Hamilton 
Jonathan Smith 
Bryan Peterson 
Javon Walker 
Travis Zachery 



Team 
VA 
GT 
MD 
ST 
GT 
CU 
GT 
ST 
FS 
CU 



a 
so 

JR 
JR 
SR 
SO 
SR 
SO 
SO 
SR 
SO 



a 

JR 
SR 
SR 

SR 
JR 
FR 
SO 
JR 
SR 
SR 



G 
11 

10 
12 
11 
10 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 



G 

12 

9 

10 

11 
9 

11 
12 

11 
11 
11 



An 

219 

249 
282 

206 
205 
190 
134 
137 
142 
170 



Rec 
83 
56 
48 
52 
42 
49 
53 
48 
45 
45 



Receiving Yards Per Game 



PLAYER 
Billy McMullen 
Javon Walker 
Kelly Campbell 
Guilian Gary 
Sam Aiken 
Talman Gardner 
Will Glover 
Bryan Peterson 
Ben Erdeljac 
Kerry Watkins 



Team 
VA 
FS 
GT 
MD 
NC 
FS 
GT 
ST 
DU 
GT 



Total Offense 

PLAYER Team 

Woodrow Dantzler CU 



Chris Rix 

George Godsey 

ShaunHill 

Philip Rivers 

D.Bryant 

Darian Durant 

James MacPherson WF 

Bryson Spinner VA 

Matt Schaub VA 



FS 
GT 
MD 
ST 
DU 
NC 



CI 
JR 
SR 
SR 
SR 
JR 
JR 
JR 
JR 
SR 
JR 



Of 

SR 
FR 
SR 
SR 
SO 
JR 
FR 
JR 
SO 
SO 



G 
12 
11 

9 
10 
12 
10 

9 
11 
10 
12 



G 
11 

11 
12 
11 
11 
10 
12 
11 
11 
12 



Rec 
83 
45 
56 
48 
46 
33 
42 
48 
39 
41 



Rush 
1004 
389 
-45 
309 
-28 
5 
128 
111 
172 
-13 



Yds 

1242 

1018 

1165 

1004 

797 

733 

713 

583 

576 

520 



Yds 
1060 
708 
718 
376 
546 
590 
590 
657 
944 
414 



Yds 
1060 
944 
708 
718 
789 
649 
546 
657 
587 
674 



Pass 
2360 
2734 
3085 
2380 
2586 
2171 
1843 
1555 
1334 
1524 



Avg 
5.7 
4.1 
4.1 
4.9 
3.9 
3.9 
5.3 
4.3 
4.1 
3.1 



TD 
12 
3 
6 
1 
3 
3 
4 
2 
7 
3 



TD 

12 
7 
3 
6 
8 

11 
3 
2 
1 
5 



Plays 
517 
385 
450 
445 
414 
403 
281 
272 
266 
273 



TD 
10 

10 

14 

10 

7 

10 
6 
7 



Avg/C 
12.8 
12.6 
15.0 

7.2 
13.0 
12.0 

11.1 

13.7 

21.0 

9.2 



Avg/C 
12.8 
21.0 
12.6 
15.0 
17.2 
19.7 
13.0 
13.7 
15.1 
16.4 



Total 
3364 
3123 
3040 
2689 
2558 
2176 
1971 
1666 
1506 
1511 



Yds/G 
112.9 

101.8 
97.1 
91.3 
79.7 
66.6 
64.8 
53.0 
52.4 
47.3 



Rec/G 
6.92 
6.22 
4.80 
4.73 
4.67 
4.45 
4.42 
4.36 
4.09 
4.09 



Yds/G 
88.3 
85.8 
78.7 
71.8 
65.8 
64.9 
60.7 
59.7 
58.7 
56.2 



Yds/G 
305.8 
283.9 
253.3 
244.5 
232.5 
217.6 
164.2 
151.5 
136.9 
125.9 



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Derrick Hamilton 
John Stone 
Tavon Mason 
Brian Mance 
Kelly Campbell 
Rich Parson 



Team 
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Chris Douglas 
Lamont Reid 
Gregory Golden 



DU 

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Ronnie Hamilton 
Brian Mance 
Fabian Davis 
Kelly Rhino 
Bosley Allen 
Dominic Robinson FS 
Alvin Pearman VA 

Guilian Gary 



Team 
DU 
CU 
WF 
GT 
NC 



MD 



Scoring 

PLAYER 
Nick Novak 
Luke Manget 
Joe Burns 
Xavier Beitia 
Adam Kiker 
Talman Gardner 
Bruce Perry 
Jeff Reed 
Ray Robinson 
Aaron Hunt 



Team 
MD 

GT 
GT 
FS 
ST 
FS 
MD 
NC 
ST 
CU 



Field Goals 



PLAYER 
Luke Manget 
Nick Novak 
Adam Kiker 
Xavier Beitia 
Jeff Reed 
Tyler Ashe 
David Greene 
Aaron Hunt 
Brent Garber 
Austin Herbert 



Team 
GT 
MD 
ST 
FS 
NC 
WF 
VA 
CU 
DU 
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SR 
JR 
JR 
SR 
FR 
FR 
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FR 
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11 
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11 
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12 
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12 
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12 
12 
11 
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10 
11 
11 
11 
11 



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11 

9 
11 
11 
11 
12 
11 
10 
11 



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15 
22 
19 
23 
28 
17 
26 
33 
11 
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17 
30 
48 
32 
16 
27 
15 



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12 



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19 
16 
13 
13 
12 
11 
12 
10 
5 
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Yds 
Alb 
588 
482 
564 
651 
375 
561 
690 
223 
216 



Yds 
240 
213 
323 
515 
331 
162 
247 
101 



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40 

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24 




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2 
37 



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25 
14 
14 
16 
14 
22 
12 
7 
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16 
19 


13 
13 




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67.9 
64.0 

92.9 
92.9 
75.0 
78.6 
54.5 
83.3 
71.4 
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31.7 
26.7 
25.4 
24.5 
23.2 
22.1 
21.6 
20.9 
20.3 
19.6 



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13.3 
12.5 
10.8 
10.7 
10.3 
10.1 
9.1 
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89 
97 
92 
83 
63 
66 
72 
72 
68 
67 



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1.58 
1.45 
1.44 
1.18 
1.09 
1.00 
1.00 
0.91 
0.50 
0.27 



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8.1 
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MD 


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54 


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Greg Gathers 


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68 


10.0 


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VA 


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12 


62 


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NC 


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56 


9.5 


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11 


53 


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40.9 






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CU 


JR 


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8.0 


0.73 


Chance Gwaltney 


FS 


JR 


11 


53 


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Corey Smith 


ST 


SR 


11 




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55 


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0.64 


John Lafferty 


NC 


JR 


12 


67 


2656 


39.6 






Calvin Pace 


WF 


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5 


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6.5 


0.59 


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42 


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EJ. Henderson 


MD 


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0.55 


Trey McDonald 


DU 


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10 


57 


2174 


38.1 






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ST 


SR 
JR 


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5 




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41 


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MD 


SR 


11 




4 


2 


36 


5.0 


0.45 


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Tony Okanlawon 


MD 


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6 


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MD 


SR 


11 


6 


6 





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Ast 


Yds 


Total 


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Shernard Newby 


VA 


JR 


12 


5 


39 





0.42 




EJ. Henderson 


MD 


JR 


11 




26 


4 


86 


28.0 


2.55 


Randall Jones 


MD 


SR 


11 


4 


87 





0.36 




Nathan Boiling 


WF 


SR 


11 




21 





57 


21.0 


1.91 


Mike Boulware 


FS 


SO 




3 


52 


1 


0.27 




Julius Peppers 


NC 


JR 


12 




18 


2 


74 


19.0 


1.58 


Kellen Brantley 


WF 


so 




3 


48 





0.27 




Darnell Dockett 


FS 


SO 


11 




18 


2 


62 


19.0 


1.73 


Curome Cox 


MD 


so 




3 


41 





0.27 




Greg Gathers 


GT 


JR 


12 




16 


2 


95 


17.0 


1.42 


Marvious Hester 


GT 


JR 




3 


10 





0.27 




Calvin Pace 


WF 


JR 


11 




13 


5 


65 


15.5 


1.41 


Brian Williams 


ST 


SR 




3 


3 





0.27 




Mike Whaley 


MD 


SO 


10 




10 


4 


44 


12.0 


1.20 


Charles Hafley 


cu 


SR 




3 


2 





0.27 
























Chris Hope 


FS 


SR 




3 








0.27 




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Team 


a 


G 




Brup 


Int 


Total 






Tackles 


















Tony Jackson 


MD 


SR 


11 




11 


6 


17 






PLAYER 


Team 


a 


G 


Solo 


Ast 


Total 


Avg/G 


Sack 


Marvious Hester 


GT 


JR 


11 




12 


3 


15 






E.J.Henderson 


MD 


JR 


11 


104 


46 


150 


13.6 


6.0 


Tony Okanlawon 


MD 


SR 


7 




9 


5 


14 






Levar Fisher 


ST 


SR 


11 


79 


69 


148 


13.5 


1.5 


Jeremy Muyres 


GT 


JR 


12 




10 


3 


13 






Bradley Jennings 


FS 


SR 


10 


72 


55 


127 


12.7 


0.5 


Michael Waddell 


NC 


JR 


12 




13 





13 






Angelo Crowell 


VA 


JR 


12 


87 


57 


144 


12.0 


4.0 


Charles Hafley 


CU 


SR 


11 




10 


3 


13 






Chad Carson 


CU 


SR 


11 


73 


57 


130 


11.8 


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DantonioBurnette 


ST 


JR 


10 


55 


59 


114 


11.4 


0.5 


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Fumblf ecovered 


Marquis Hopkins 


WF 


SR 


11 


75 


50 


125 


11.4 


2.0 


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a 


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PLAYER 




Team 


a 


G Num 


Ryan Fowler 


DU 


so 


11 


68 


55 


123 


11.2 


3.0 


Corey Smith 


ST 


SR 


11 


6 


Julius Patterson 


ST 


JR 


11 4 


Charles Hafley 


CU 


SR 


11 


82 


40 


122 


11.1 


0.0 


Angelo Crowell 


VA 


JR 


12 


4 


NickEason 


CU 


JR 


10 2 


David Thornton 


NC 


SR 


12 


88 


43 


131 


10.9 


3.0 


Bryant McNeal 


CU 


JR 


11 


4 


Tony Jackson 


MD 


SR 


11 2 


John Leake 


CU 


SO 


11 


61 


58 


119 


10.8 


0.0 


Quincy Monk 


NC 


SR 


12 


3 


Terrence 


Holt 


ST 


JR 


11 2 


Quincy Monk 


NC 


SR 


12 


81 


44 


125 


10.4 


0.0 


Almondo Curry 


VA 


SO 


11 


3 


Jerton Evans 


VA 


JR 


12 2 


Kendyll Pope 


FS 


SO 


11 


52 


61 


113 


10.3 


2.0 


Braxton K.Williams 


CU 


SR 


10 


3 


Mike Boulware 


FS 


SO 


11 2 


John Duckett 


VA 


SR 


12 


67 


48 


115 


9.6 


3.0 


Ryan Fowler 


DU 


SO 


11 


3 


Eric Kinc 




WF 


FR 


11 2 


Terrence Holt 


ST 


JR 


11 


62 


42 


104 


9.5 


0.0 


Greg Gathers 


GT 


JR 


12 


3 


NateKrill 


DU 


SR 


10 2 


Abdual Howard 


FS 


SR 


11 


63 


38 


101 


9.2 


0.0 


Calvin Pace 


WF 


JR 


11 


3 


Bradley 


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022 


Brett Williams 


Florida State 


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ck 


022 


Mike Abrams 


Virginia 




51 


Tarence Williams 


Wake Forest 


029 


Mike Hart 


Duke 


SI 


Brian Mance 


Clemson 


029 


Brooks Barnard 


Maryland 


♦* 


S8 


Philip Rivers 


NC State 


N5 


Mike Hart 


Duke 


S8 


Levar Fisher 


NC State 


N5 


Kelley Rhino 


Georgia Tech 


tS 


S22 


Bruce Perry 


Maryland 


N12 


Kevin Bailey 


Virginia 


S22 


Tony Jackson 


Maryland 


N12 


Tavon Mason 


Virginia 


S29 


Woodrow Dantzler Clemson 




Vince Azzolina 


Wake Forest 


S29 


Kendyll Pope 


Florida State 


N19 


John Stone 


Wake Forest 


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08 


ShaunHill 


Maryland 


N19 


Adam Metts 


North Carolina 


08 


Ryan Fowler 


Duke 


N26 


Fabian Davis 


Wake Forest 


015 


Woody Dantzler 


Clemson 


N26 


Michael Collins 


Wake Forest 




Tony Okanlawon Maryland 


D3 


Mike Abrams 


Virginia 


I 85 


022 


ShaunHill 


Maryland 


D3 


Kyle Young 


Clemson 


015 


Dexter Reid 


North Carolina 








029 


Talman Gardner 


Florida State 








022 


Abdual Howard 


Florida State 


Rool 




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N5 


Joe Burns 


Georgia Tech 


Defensive Lin 


029 


Michael Boulware 


Florida State 


SI 


Marcus McGruder 


Wake Forest 


N12 


Ray Robinson 


NC State 


S1 


E.J.Henderson 


Maryland 


N5 


Chris Hope 


Florida State 


S8 


Chris Rix 


Florida State 


QE 


N19 


ShaunHill 


Maryland 


S8 


Bradley Jennings 


Florida State 


N12 


Quintin Williams 


Wake Forest 


S22 


Darian Durant 


North Carolina 




N26 


Philip Rivers 


NC State 


S22 


Julius Peppers 


North Carolina 


N19 


Julius Peppers 


North Carolina 


S29 


Darian Durant 


North Carolina 


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03 


Woodrow Dangler Clemson 


S29 


E.J.Henderson 


Maryland 


N26 


Terrance Holt 


NC State 


08 


Darian Durant 


North Carolina 


*S 








08 


Greg Gathers 


Georgia Tech 


D3 


John Duckett 


Virginia 


015 


Derrick Hamilton 


Clemson 


Offei 


015 


E.J. Henderson 


Maryland 








022 


Darian Durant 


North Carolina 


*E 




Michael Col 


Wake Forest 


022 


Julius Peppers 


North Carolina 


Spei 






Tony Hargrove 


Georgia Tech 




Will Mi 


Clemson 


029 


Chad Carson 


Clemson 


SI 


Brooks Barnard 


Maryland 


029 


Chris Rix 


Florida State 


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N5 


E.J.Henderson 


Maryland 


S8 


Brian Mance 


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N5 


Chris Rix 


Florida State 




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N12 


E.J.Henderson 


Maryland 


S22 


James MacPhersonWake Forest 


N12 


Darian Durant 


North Carolina 


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08 


Todd Wikr 


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N19 


E.J.Henderson 


Maryland 


S29 


John Stone 


Wake Forest 


N19 


Dalian Durant 


North Carolina 




Kyle Yi 




N26 


DanlonioBurnette N( Male 


08 


Luke Mi 


Georgia Tech 


N26 


Caron Bracy 


Wake Forest 


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Maryland 


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In This Section 

2001 Review Notebook 118 

2001 Award Winners 120 

2001 Maryland Statistics 121 

Off. Game-by-Game Stats 123 

Def.Game-by-Game Stats 124 

Team Game-by-Game Stats 125 

Season Superlatives 126 

2001 Participation Report 127 

Game-by-Game Starters 128 

Game-by-Game Capsules 129 

North Carolina & Eastern Michigan 129 

Wake Forest& West Virginia 130 

Virginia & Georgia Tech 131 

Duke & Florida State 132 I 

Troy State & Clemson 133 I 

NC State & Florida (Orange Bowl) 134 , 




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Terps Complete Season 10-2 
and Ranked 10th 

The University of Maryland football team completed 
its 2001 season as one of the Cinderella stories of college 
football. The Terrapins, under first-year coach Ralph 
Friedgen, returned to the form of their glory days by win- 
ning the Atlantic Coast Conference championship, earning 
a spot in a Bowl Championship Series game.and finishing 
10-2 (7-1 ACQ. 

Friedgen — the consensus National Coach of the Year 
— and the Terrapins wrapped up the title with their sea- 
son-ending 23-19 win at NC State. The win gave the Terps 
their first ACC title since 1 985 and assured the school of its 
first ever bid to a BCS game. 

The Terrapins finished the season ranked 10th in the 
final ESPN/USA Today poll and 1 1th in the final Associated 
Press poll. The Terps were a constant in the national 
rankings since early October and the spot in the final polls 
marked Maryland's highest season-ending ranking since 
1984, when the Terps were No. 9 in the final coaches' poll 
(Maryland was 12th in the final AP poll that year). It also 
marks the seventh time in school history that a Terp foot- 
ball team finished the season in the top 1 of the national 
rankings. 

Maryland finished the season ranked 10th in the Bowl 
Championship Series rankings, its first appearance in the 
poll. The Terps' highest ranking in the BCS of 2001 was 
eighth, which came in the first release of the BCS ranking. 

An ACCeptional Season 

Maryland's win over NC State on November 17 
marked another chapter in a storybook season for theTerps. 
The come-from-behind victory ensured the Terrapins of 
their first conference title since 1 985 and also put this year's 
team in the class of some of the finest in school history in 
terms of accomplishment. 

The win over the Wolfpack was Maryland's 10th of 
the season, marking the first time since 1976 that a Terp 
team hit the 10-win plateau. 

The Terrapins' seven Atlantic Coast Conference wins 
of 2001 were the most in school history. The seven wins 
matches the combined total of the last four Maryland 
teams and betters the mark of four other teams (1974, 
1983, 1984, 1985) that won six ACC games in a 
season. 

In securing sole possession of 
the league title, Maryland 



became the first team other than Florida State to win the 
ACC outright since the Seminoles joined the conference in 
1992 (the Seminoles have either owned or shared the 
crown every year from 1992-2000). 

The 2001 team is the fifth in school history to win 10 
games or more and the first ever to win seven games at 
home, besting the 6-0 mark at Byrd Stadium achieved by 
the 1976 team. 

Maryland teams to have won 10 games or more are 
as follows: 




E.J. Henderson 



rear Rec. Canf.Rec. Rank Notes 

1951 10-0 5-0 3rd So. Conference champs; 

Beat #1 Tennessee in Sugar Bowl 

1953 10-1 3-0 1st First ACC champ; 

Lost to Oklahoma in Orange Bowl 

1955 10-1 4-0 3rd ACC champs; 

Lost to Nat'l. Champ Oklahoma in Orange Bowl 

1976 11-1 6-0 8th ACC champs; 

Lone loss came in the Cotton Bowl to Houston 

2000 10-2 7-1 loth/nth Accchamps; Seeing Orange 

First-ever BCS bowl bid 



Henderson became just the 
sixth defensive player since 1974 
to be named ACC Player of the 
Year, in addition to being named 
the conference's Defensive Player 
of the Year. The other five to earn 
the honor since '74: Maryland's 
Randy White (1974); UNC's 
Lawrence Taylor; Clemson's Will- 
iam Perry and Michael Perry.and 
FSU's Andre Wadsworth. 

Henderson's efforts in '01 helped earn him consen- 
sus All-American honors. Henderson became the first line- 
backer in Maryland history and the 1 1th player overall to 
earn enough acclaim to be named a consensus All-America 
selection. 

Perry became the first sophomore ever and, in fact, 
the first non-senior to earn the ACC's Offensive Player of 
theYear honor. 



To the Victor... 

With the Terrapins catching the national eye with 
their play this season, numerous Terps were recognized for 
their efforts. 

Head coach Ralph 
Friedgen was the consensus Na- 
tional Coach of the Year. The ACC 
Coach of the Year has been rec- 
ognized by every national award, 
with only the AFCA giving him a 
share of the award with national 
champion Miami's Larry Coker. 

Three Maryland players 
were dubbed finalists or semifi- 
nalists for national awards. E.J. 
Henderson was a finalist for the 
Butkus Award recognizing the nation's top linebacker; 
Brooks Barnard was a semifinalist for the Ray Guy Award 
which is given to the nation's top punter.and Bruce Perry 
was a finalist for the Doak Walker Award, which is awarded 
to the nation's top offensive back. 



Terps show oft their Orange 

Bowl patches while being 

honored at Cole Field 

House. 



k% 



Ralph Friedgen 




On December 4, the committee of the FedEx Orange 
Bowl announced that Maryland would play in its January 
2, 2002, bowl game. The trip was the Terrapins' first to a 
bowl game since the 1990 Independence Bowl and their 
first to the Orange Bowl since 1 956. It marked the Univer- 
sity of Maryland's third showing in the Orange. 

The Terrapins kept it close early in the Orange, trail- 
ing Florida only 1 4- 1 early in the second guarter. But the 
Gators proved that — despite two losses — they were 
one of the elite programs in the country and used their 
offensive firepower to hand the Terps a 56-23 loss. 

The2001 season marked thefirsttimesincetheTerps 
went to the Cotton Bowl in 1977 that the team played in a 
New Year's bowl game. It also marked the seventh time in 
school history that the Terrapins played in a New Year's 
game (1948 Gator Bowljan. 1; 1950 Gator Bowl, Jan. 2; 
1952 Sugar Bowl, Jan. 2; 1954 Orange Bowl, Jan. 1; 1956 
Orange Bowl, Jan. 2; 1977 Cotton Bowl, Jan. 1). 

TheTerrapins are now 6-10-2 all-time in bowl games 
and 0-3 in the Orange Bowl. Both previous losses in the 
"OB" came at the hands of Oklahoma and featured the 
eventual national champion. 

Busting Out of Their Shells 

Maryland started 2001 with the defense ahead of the 
offense and talk that Ralph Friedgen's first season as a head 
coach would see the offensive mastermind lead a team 
whose defense was the more dominating unit. As the sea- 
son progressed, the defense continued to perform well, but 
the Maryland offense quietly shaped up as one of the most 
potent in the country and school history. 

The Terrapins scored 390 points in 2001, an average 
of 35.5 per game. The 390 points are more points than 
any team in school history, surpassing the mark of 353 set 
by the 1951 and 1982 teams. (Note:the 1951 squad scored 
353 in just nine games while the 1982 team did it in 1 1). 
The 2001 Terrapins broke the record in the Clemson game 
when they put up 37 points versus the Tigers. 

Though the Orange Bowl loss was a disappointment, 
Maryland's offensive accomplishments were notable. On 
the season only Auburn (23) andTennessee (34) posted as 






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many points on the stingy Gator defense as Maryland did 
with both of those other games resulting in losses for UF. 

The Terps were one of only nine teams in Division I -A 
to average over 200 yards per game passing and rushing 
this season. 

On the season, Maryland's offensive balance was un- 
canny. The Terps averaged 220.7 yards on the ground and 
219.0 through the air. 

Maryland's balanced offensive approach was never 
more apparent than in this year's FSU game. The Terps 
gained 214 yards on the ground and 214 through the air, 
ran 38 times and passed 37, and earned 1 first downs via 
the rush and 10 via pass. 

In their game against Duke, the Terps ran 90 plays 
and posted 697 total yards of offense. That yardage total 
is the second most inTerp history (802 vs. Virginia, 1975) 
and 1 1th most in ACC history. 

Getting Defensive 

In 2001, the Terrapin defense established itself as a 
unit to be reckoned with. Though the personnel was not 
drastically different from the previous year, the results were 
as Gary Blackney's unit used a high-pressure, blitzing 
style that forced opponents to try to beat Maryland 
through the air and, in turn, caused them to make mis- 
takes. 

The'01 Terrapin team ranked second nationally in in- 
terceptions (24) and caused the most turnovers (34) of any 
Maryland defense in the last 15 years. 

The Terrapins held five opponents under 100 yards 
rushing. By comparison, Maryland went all of 2000 with- 
out holding an opponent under the century mark on the 
ground. 

Florida State and Georgia Tech were the only teams 
in the regular season to throw for over 300 yards against 
the Terps (it happened five times a year ago). 

In 2000, opponents averaged 25.8 points per game 
against Maryland. In 2001 .the Terps held opponents to 19.1 
points per game (best in the ACC and 18th in Division l-A). 

Terp opponents averaged 2.6 yards per carry while 
being limited to an ACC-low 90.6 yards per game on the 
ground (that total also ranked ninth nationally). 

Maryland's defense ranked second in the nation in 
interceptions (24) and tied for seventh in turnovers forced 
(34). The 24 interceptions were the most by a Terp team 
since 1950 (also 24). 

The Terrapins led the Atlantic Coast Conference in 
sacks with 37. 

In 2000, the Maryland defense allowed an average 
of 440 yards per game. The "D" of 2001 yielded an average 
of 331.1 yards per contest. 

In the regular-season finale, an ACC-clinching win 
over NC State, the Terps held their foe to 38 yards rushing, 
limiting the Pack's Ray Robinson to 35 yards after he had 
posted three straight 100-yard efforts coming in. 

Maryland gave up just 341 yards to a high-powered 
Clemson offense while sacking the Tigers three times, post- 
ing nine TFLs, four interceptions and seven pass breakups. 
In that game, the defense held star QB Woodrow Dantzler 
to just 30 yards rushing, 1 53 yards passing and intercepted 
him three times, the most in any game during his career. 

Against a solid Troy State team, Maryland notched a 
season-high eight sacks and added 1 2 tackles for loss. The 
Trojans were held to 271 yards of offense and minus-one 
yard rushing. 



The Terps' best defensive performance against the 
rush also came against Troy State as it held the Trojans to 
minus one yard on the ground. 

Maryland forced six turnovers against Georgia Tech 
(including three George Godsey interceptions) and held the 
Jackets to 50 yards rushing, 72 yards less than their previ- 
ous worst effort of the season and fewest since being held 
to 28 yards by North Carolina in 1997. 

In the Virginia game, Maryland gave up 345 total 
yards but held the Cavaliers to just 64 yards on the 
ground, over 70 yards below their season average 
coming in. The Terps were stingiest in the first 
half, giving up just one rushing yard to UVa 

Against West Virginia, the Terps forced 
six turnovers (four interceptions and two 
fumbles). The four interceptions were the 
most by a Terrapin defense since they 
picked off the Mountaineers four times in 
a 33-0 rout in 1999. 

The 124 yards of offense that the 
Terps held Eastern Michigan to were the 
fewest by a Maryland opponent since 
1980 when theTerps held Virginia to a sum 
of 90 yards. The EMU game marked just 
the sixth time since 1 980 that the Terra- 
pins held an opponent under 200 yards 
of offense. All but one of those games 
(Wake Forest in '96) came prior to 
1983. 

Perry's Breakout 
Season 

Sophomore Bruce Perry, a player who entered fall 
drills battling senior Marc Riley and freshman Jason 
Crawford for the starting job at tailback, was named one 
of three finalists for the Doak Walker Award and became 
the first underclassman in ACC history to be named the 
conference's Offensive Player of the Year. 

As the season progressed, the Philadelphia, Pa., na- 
tive found different ways to help his team win games. Early 
on, Perry was the driving force behind the Maryland of- 
fense. As the season progressed, he became the focus of 
the opposing defense and he went from a force on the 
ground to a complete, all-around back. 

Perry opened the season with five straight 100-yard 
games and finished 01 ranked 19th in the nation and first 
in the ACC in rushing yards per game ( 11 2.9 ypg) after lead- 
ing the nation for three weeks (from after the Wake Forest 
game to after the Virginia game). 

In games one through three this year. Perry actually 
eclipsed the 100-yard mark by the half. 

Perry finished the regular season with 1,242 yards 
on the season. That total ranks fourth in the Maryland 
single season annals and gives him the most yards ever by 
a Maryland sophomore. 

In leading the ACC in rushing, Perry became the first 
sophomore since UNC's Natrone Means and just the eighth 
sophomore in 49 years to do so. 

Perry's 276-yard effort against Wake Forest was the 
second-best single game total in Maryland history and the 
sixth-best in Atlantic Coast Conference lore. 

The 276 yards were also the most ever against the 
Demon Deacons, besting the 237-yard effort of South 
Carolinas George Rogers in 1978. 





V 






200 

ACC Player 

of the Year 

E.J. Henderson 





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Man in the Middle 

Junior All-American E.J. Henderson became a player 
to watch on the national scene for a defense that was noth- 
ing short of outstanding in 2001 . The team leader in tack- 
les in 2000 with 109 (despite missing a game-and-a-half 
due to injury), Henderson led the team in tackles in all but 
one regular season game in 2001 (Virginia). 

Henderson finished 2001 with an ACC-best 150 tack- 
les and 28 tackles for loss. His six sacks also led the Terra- 
pins and he will enter his senior year with 298 tackles for 
hiscareer. (Henderson announced on January 10,2002, that 
he would return for his final season in College Park.) 

With 28 TFLs, Henderson posted the best single sea- 
son in modern Maryland history in 2001 . His four tackles 
behind the line against Clemson broke the record of 24 set 
by the legendary Randy White in 1974, the first season the 
stat began being kept at Maryland. 

As he did a year ago, Henderson closed the 2001 sea- 
son with a flurry. In his last six regular season games, he 
posted 90 tackles, a pace that would have given him 180 
for the season had he kept it all year. 

The Aberdeen, Md., native saved his best for last, post- 
ing a career-high 20 tackles (13 solo) in the ACC-clinching 
season finale at NC State. 

Henderson has averaged 13.7 tackles per game (205 
total) in his last 1 5 regular season games dating back to 2000. 

In his two-plus years at Maryland, Henderson has 
notched double-digits in tackles 1 6 times (nine times in'01 ). 

Dating back to 2000, Henderson has finished with 
double-digit tackle performances in 13 of the last 15 regu- 
lar season games, and five times in 2001 he had 1 7 tackles 
or more. 

The Word is Out 

E J. Henderson began the 2001 season as he finished 
the last — with Maryland faithful feeling he was one of 
the top linebackers and best-kept secrets in the nation. With 
the season complete and the nation taking note of his play, 
it is safe to say that the secret no longer exists. 

Among his accolades in 2001 Henderson was named 
one of three finalists for the Butkus Award which recog- 
nizes the top linebacker in the nation. 

Henderson earned ACC Player of the Year and Defen- 
sive Player of the Year Awards, winning both by a landslide. 
He was just the sixth defensive player since 1974 to earn 
the league's player of the year nod. 

With virtually unanimous recognition, Henderson be- 
comes the first linebacker and the 11th player overall in 
Maryland history to earn consensus All-America honors. 
Overall, he was named to the following All-America first 
teams: Walter Camp, Associated Press, The Sporting News, 
ABC Sports Online, CBS Sportsline.com, CNNSi.com, Football 
News and the Football Writers Association of America 
(FWAA). 

Henderson was also recognized (along with teammate 
Bruce Perry) as a semifinalist for national player of the 
year by the Football News. 

New-Loo Terps 

rrap d 2001 knowing that they would 

different helmet and uniforms, a 

ii .-. '.iilback (to replace all time 

What they couldn't have 

i01's team would be from 



With its 10-2 season and ACC championship, Mary- 
land earned its first trip to a bowl since 1990,and did so in 
grand fashion, earning a spot in a BCS game. 

TheTerrapins'seven ACC wins in 2001 were one more 
than their total in the previous three years combined. 

With Maryland's win in the season finale at NC State, 
it clinched its most ACC wins (seven) ever, besting the six 
wins by the 1985 squad. 

The Terrapins' win over Georgia Tech was their first 
over a ranked opponent in 34 games. The last time Mary- 
land had beaten a ranked foe was in 1990, when it beat 
then No. 8 Virginia to earn a berth in the Independence 
Bowl, the team's last bowl appearance before this year. 

The Terps won multiple road games in the confer- 
ence for just the third time since 1987. In winning three- 
of-four games on the road, Maryland matched the road 
win total of the 1985 team, the last to win three. 

King of the Hill 

Though his numbers for the season were not 
Heisman material, there is no questioning that senior 
Shaun Hill was the leader of the Terrapin offense and one 
of the top performers in the ACC. 

For his efforts, Hill earned second team AII-ACC status, 
falling two votes shy of first teamer Woodrow Dantzler. Hill 
was also recognized on a larger scale as he was the third- 
leading vote-getter in balloting for ACC Player of the Year. 

The Parsons, Kan., native was a key component in an 
offense that helped lead the way to a 10-2 mark. With Hill 
under center, the Terps committed just 15 turnovers (two 
others occurred after Hill left the game and one on a kick- 
off ), one of the many reasons Hill earned team MVP honors. 

If there has been a trademark that Hill established in 
2001, it was that he was cool under fire. In two of the Ter- 
rapins' biggest wins of the season (at Georgia Tech and at 
NC State), Hill led last-minute, fourth quarter drives that 
ultimately won the game or sent it to overtime. 

Against the Wolfpack, the Terps were required to pass 
more than they would have preferred and Hill responded. 
Hill finished 27-of-41 for 296 yards with twoTDs and one 
interception. On the game winning drive, he was 6-of-8 
(with one of the misses being a drop) for 59 yards and the 
game-winning touchdown to Guilian Gary. 

Hill did not have his best game against Georgia Tech 
(20-of-39, 210 yds., 2 int.), but he was able to move the 
Terrapin offense when it mattered most. With 1:18 left in 
regulation, he completed 4-of-6 passes for 51 yards to 
move Maryland into range for Nick Novak's game-tying 
46-yard field goal as time expired. 

Hill was the key component of one of the best offen- 
sive displays in team history against Duke. In that perfor- 
mance, he became just the third quarterback in ACC his- 
tory to gain over 300 yards passing and 100 yards rushing 
in the same game. The first was FSU's Charlie Ward (395 
pass/1 1 1 rush against Maryland in 1 992) and the second 
was Clemson's Woodrow Dantzler in 2001 against NC State 
(333 pass/184 rush). 

In 15 games as a Maryland starter (dating back to 
2000), Hill posted a record of 11-4 (including the Orange 
Bowl) and in one of his non-starts, he mastered the best 
comeback of the last two years when the Terps erased a ) 1 
6 halftime deficit in 2000s overtime win against NC State. 

On the season, Hill accounted for 20 touchdowns ( 1 1 
pass, seven rush) while turning the ball over just nine times 
< rceptions). 



National Honors 

Ralph Friedgen, Head Coach 

Associated Press National Coach of the Year 

Home Depot National Coach of the Year 

Football News Coach of the Year 

American football Monthly Coach of the Year 

The Sporting News Coach of the Year 

Eddie Robinson/FWAA National Coach of the Year 

Bobby Dodd National Coach of the Year 

Walter Camp National Coach of the Year 

CNN/SI National Coach of the Year 

CBSSportsline.com National Coach of the Year 

ABC Sports.com National Coach of the Year 

Washington D.C. Pigskin Club National Coach of the Year 

Brooks Barnard, P Ray Guy Award Semifinalist 

Melvin Fowler, C Outland Trophy Watch List 

Rimington Award Finalist 

E.J. Henderson, LB Dick Butkus Award Finalist 

Nagurski National Player of the Week (Oct. 6) 

Bruce Perry, TB Doak Walker Award Finalist 

Aaron Thompson, LB Butkus Award Watch List 

Postseason Honors 

Ralph Friedgen, Head Coach ACC Coach of the Year 
Brooks Barnard, P 

Second Team All-America (Football News) 
First Team AII-ACC 
C.J. Brooks, OL 

Third Team Freshman All-America (The Sporting News) 

Matt Crawford, OT Brian Piccolo Award 

Second Team AII-ACC 

C.J. Feldheim, DT First Team Academic All-District 

Melvin Fowler, C 

Third Team All-America (Football News) 

Fourth Team All-America (The Sporting News) 

First Team AII-ACC 

Guilian Gary, WR Second Team AII-ACC 

E.J. Henderson, LB 

First Team All-America (Walter Camp) 

First Team All-America (Associated Press) 

First Team All-America (The Sporting News) 

First Team All-America (Football News) 

First Team All-America (FWAA) 

First Team All-America (ABC Sports Online) 

ACC Player of the Year 

ACC Defensive Player of the Year 

First Team AII-ACC 

Honorable Mention AII-ACC 

Second Team All ACC 

First Team AII-ACC 

Honorable Mention AIL America (Football News) 

Randall Jones, S Honorable Mention All ACC 

Nick Novak, K 

Third Team Freshman All-America (The Sporting News) 

Honorable Mention AII-ACC 

Tony Okanlawon, CB First Team All ACC 

Bruce Perry, TB 

Second Team All-America (ABC Sports Online) 

Second Team All-America (Football News) 

ACC Offensive Player of the Year 

First Team All ACC 

Randy Starks, LB 

Fourth Team Freshman All America (The Sporting News) 

Todd Wike, OG First Team All ACC 

First Team Academic All District 



Charles Hill, DT 
Shaun Hill, QB 
Tony Jackson, S 



2001 zet&vn m'tevi 




2001 REGULAR SEASON STATISTICS 



Results 



RECORD: 


OVERALL HOME 




AWAY NEU 


ALL GAMES 




10-2-0 


7 




J-1 1 


CONFERENCE (ACC) 




7-1-0 


40-0 




3-10 0-0-0 


NON CONFERENCE 




3-0-0 


3-0-0 




0-0-0 0-1-0 


DATE 


OPPONENT 




W/l 


SCORE 


An. 


Sep 1,2001 


•NORTH CAROLINA 


w 


23-7 


44080 


Sep 8. 2001 


EASTERN MICHIGAN 


w 


50-3 


42105 


Sep 22,2001 


*at Wake Forest 


w 


27-20 


22372 


Sep 29,2001 


WEST VIRGINIA 


w 


32-20 


40166 


Oct 6, 2001 


•VIRGINIA 




w 


41-21 


44197 


Oct 11,2001 


"at Georgia Tech 


Wot 


20-17 


40574 


Oct 20,2001 


•DUKE 




w 


59-17 


43528 


Oct 27, 2001 


'at Florida State 


L 


31-52 


82565 


Nov 3,2001 


TROY STATE 




w 


47-14 


38415 


Nov 10, 2001 


•CLEMSON 




w 


37-20 


52462 


Nov 17.2001 


"at NC State 




w 


23-19 


51500 


Jan 2, 2002 


vs. Florida (Orange Bowl) L 


23-56 


73640 


"indicates ACC game 












Team Statistics 










TEAM STATISTICS 






MD 




OPP 


SCORING 






390 




210 


Points Per Game 






35.5 




19.1 


FIRST DOWNS 






257 




195 


Rushing 






139 




67 


Passing 






105 




116 


Penalty 






13 




12 


RUSHING YARDAGE 






2428 




997 


Yards gained rushing 




2672 




1430 


Yards lost rushing 






244 




433 


Rushing Attempts 






526 




387 


Average Per Rush 






4.6 




2.6 


Average Per Game 






220.7 




90.6 


TDs Rushing 






33 




5 


PASSING YARDAGE 






2409 




2645 


Att-Comp-Int 




346-203-9 


398-219-24 


Average Per Pass 






7.0 




6.6 


Average Per Catch 






11.9 




12.1 


Average Per Game 






219.0 




240.5 


TDs Passing 






13 




16 


TOTAL OFFENSE 






4837 




3642 


Total Plays 






872 




785 


Average Per Play 






5.5 




4.6 


Average Per Game 






439.7 




331.1 


KICK RETURNS: #-YARDS 




29-554 




42-1097 


PUNT RETURNS: "YARDS 




23-166 




26-222 


INT RETURNS: IT-YARDS 




24-222 




9-93 


KICK RETURN AVERAGE 




19.1 




26.1 


PUNT RETURN AVERAGE 




7.2 




8.5 


INT RETURN AVERAGE 




9.2 




10.3 


FUMBIES-LOST 






14-9 




22-10 


PENALTIES-YARDS 






75-661 




66-554 


Average Per Game 






60.1 




50.4 


PUNTS-YARDS 






54-2401 




58-2212 


Average Per Punt 






44.5 




38.1 


Net punt average 






40.4 




35.3 


TIME OF POSSESSION/GAME 




31:43 




28:17 


3RD-D0WN CONVERSIONS 




84/179 




68/184 


3rd-Down Pa 






47% 




37% 


4TH-D0WN CONVERSIONS 




8/11 




10/27 


4th-Down Pet 






73% 




37% 


SACKS BY-YARDS 






38-294 




18-133 


MISC YARDS 






110 




3 


TOUCHDOWNS SCORED 




49 




24 


FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS 




17-26 




14-16 


PAT-ATTEMPTS 






41-44 




24-24 


ATTENDANCE 






304953 




197011 


Games'Avg Per Game 




7/43565 




4/49253 



BY QUARTERS 


Is 




2nd 


3rd 




Ml 


01 


Total 


Maryland 


8( 




130 


75 




96 


3 




390 


Opponents 


2. 




53 


55 




79 


C 




210 


Rushing Statistics 














RUSHING 


GP 


Att 


Gain 


Loss 


Net 


Avg 


TD 


Long 


Avg/G 


Perry, Bruce 


11 


219 


1274 


32 


1242 


5.7 


10 


80 


112.9 


Riley, Marc 


10 


85 


358 


20 


338 


4.0 


10 


69 


33.8 


Hill, Shaun 


11 


116 


469 


160 


309 


2.7 


7 


57 


28.1 


Crawford, Jason 


7 


36 


151 


5 


146 


4.1 


2 


12 


20.9 


Harrison, Latrez 


4 


19 


147 


7 


140 


7.4 


1 


29 


35.0 


Lynch, James 


11 


16 


130 





130 


8.1 


2 


65 


11.8 


Parson, Rich 


11 


4 


47 





47 


11.8 





31 


4.3 


Killian, Chad 


9 


10 


36 


2 


34 


3.4 





15 


3.8 


Downs, Chris 


6 


4 


14 





14 


2.3 





7 


2.8 


Williams, Jafar 


11 


2 


13 





13 


6.5 


1 


11 


1.2 


Fiddler, Bernie 


11 


4 


13 





13 


3.2 





6 


1.2 


Monroe, Scooter 


11 


1 


10 





10 


10.0 





10 


0.9 


Kelley, Chris 


2 


2 


10 


1 


9 


4.5 





10 


4.5 


Whitmer, Daryl 


8 


1 





5 


-5 


-5.0 








-0.6 


TEAM 


8 


7 





12 


-12 


-1.7 








-1.5 


Total 


11 


526 


2672 


244 


2428 


4.6 


33 


80 


220.7 


Opponents 


11 


387 


1430 


433 


997 


2.6 


5 


77 


90.6 


Passing Statistics 














PASSING 


G Efficiency 


Att-Cmp Int 


Pet 


Yds 


TD 


Lng 


Avg/G 


Hill, Shaun 


11 


128.21 


329-197-9 


59.9 


2380 


13 


64 


216.4 


Harrison, Latrez 


4 


50.71 


14-5-0 


35.7 


25 





9 


6.2 


Barnard, Brooks 


11 


133.60 




1-1-0 


100.0 


4 





4 


0.4 


TEAM 


8 


0.00 




2-0-0 


0.0 











0.0 


Total 


11 


124.3S 


346 203-9 


58.7 


2409 


7J 


64 


279.0 


Opponents 


11 


112.06 


398 219-24 


55.0 


2645 


76 


63 


240.5 


Receiving Statistics 














RECEIVING 


G 


No. 


Yds 


Avg 


TO 


Long 


Avg/G 




Gary, Guilian 


11 


49 


727 


14.8 


6 


53 


( 


>6.1 




Perry, Bruce 


11 


40 


359 


9.0 


2 


38 


. 


12.6 




Williams, Jafar 


11 


39 


425 


10.9 


2 


36 


. 


8.6 




Monroe, Scooter 


11 


14 


229 


16.4 


1 


42 


; 


0.8 




Murphy, Matt 


11 


12 


137 


11.4 





34 




2.5 




Whitmer, Daryl 


8 


11 


158 


14.4 


1 


30 




9.8 




Parson, Rich 


11 


11 


156 


14.2 





64 




4.2 




Duganjeff 


11 


7 


64 


9.1 


1 


18 




5.8 




Riley, Marc 


10 


7 


59 


8.4 





18 




5.9 




Lynch, James 


11 


7 


53 


7.6 





18 




4.8 




Shanks. Maurice 


8 


3 


34 


11.3 





17 




4.2 




Crawford, Jason 


7 


2 


3 


1.5 





7 




0.4 




Roberts, Ike 


7 


1 


5 


5.0 





5 




0.7 




Total 


11 


203 


2409 


11.9 


13 


64 


219.0 




Opponents 


11 


219 


2645 


12.1 


16 


63 


240.5 




Kicking Statistics 














FIELD GOALS 


FGs 


Pet 


1-19 


20-29 


30-3S 


40-49 50-95 


Lg 


Blk 


Novak, Nick 


16-25 


64.0 


0-0 


10-11 


2-4 


2-5 


2-! 


51 





Siljkovic.Vedad 


1-1 


100.0 


0-0 


0-0 


0-C 


1-1 


0-( 


44 





Total 


77-26 


65.4 


00 


10-11 


2-A 


3-6 


2-i 


51 





Punting Statistics 














PUNTING 


No. 


Yds 


Avg 


Long 


TB FC 




120 Blkd 


Barnard, Brooks 


54 


2401 


44.5 


59 




6 7 




17 





Total 


54 


240 1 


44.5 


59 




6 7 




77 





Opponents 


58 


2212 


38.1 


60 




6 12 




72 


2 



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200/ ^eas^Z- revtew 



Kickoff Return Statistics 



SCORING 

Novak, Nick 
Perry, Bruce 
Riley, Marc 
Hill, Shaun 
Gary, Guilian 
Williams, Jafar 
Lynch, James 
Crawford, Jason 
Whaley, Mike 
Henderson, E.J. 
Ambush, Leroy 
Ouganjeff 
Monroe, Scooter 
Harrison, Latrez 
Whitmer, Daryl 
Siljkovic.Vedad 
Stewart.Ty 
Shanks, Maurice 
Barnard, Brooks 
Total 
Opponents 



KICK RETURNS 

Parson, Rich 
Perry, Bruce 
Jones, Randall 
Gary, Guilian 
Dugan.Jeff 
Jackson, Tony 
Chancejamal 
Downs, Chris 
Total 
Opponents 



No. 

17 
6 



29 
42 



Yds 

375 

117 

-1 

19 

1 

17 

5 

21 

554 

1097 



Avg 

22.1 
19.5 
-1.0 
19.0 

1.0 
17.0 

5.0 
21.0 
19.1 
26.1 



Interception Statistics 



Punt Return Statistics 



PUNT RETURNS 

Gary, Guilian 
Parson, Rich 
Williams, Curtis 
Henderson, E.J. 
Suter, Steve 
Moye-Moore, Marlon 
Ambush, Leroy 
Total 
Opponents 



No. 

15 
5 
1 
1 
1 



23 

26 



Yds 

101 

25 

18 

15 

3 

4 



766 

222 



Avg 

6.7 
5.0 
18.0 
15.0 
3.0 
0.0 
0.0 
7.2 
8.5 



Defensive Statistics 



DEFENSIVE LEADERS GP 

42 Henderson, E.J. 11 

98 Hill, Charles 11 

27 Jackson.Tony 11 

32 Joe, Leon 1 1 
40 Thompson, Aaron 11 
55 Whaley, Mike 10 

12 Jones, Randall 11 

33 Littles, Rod 11 

96 Feldheim.C.J. 11 
57 Starks, Randy 11 
30 Cox.Curome 11 
11 Okanlawon.Tony 7 
35 Moye-Moore, Marlon 6 
71 Roundtree, Durrand 11 

13 Wilson, Dennard 10 

51 Henley, Andrew 9 
29 Stewart.Ty 11 

52 Graves, Monte 10 
37 Chancejamal 10 
49 Cochran, Jamahl 10 
48 Swift, Ryan 5 
24 Ambush, Leroy 11 
15 Williams, Curtis 8 
6 Foxworth.Domonique 2 
54 Smith, Scott 9 
95 Shime, William 5 

97 Abari.Tosin 5 

"ih Maurice 






H 






Solo 

103 

44 

47 

40 

30 

42 

28 

31 

19 

24 

29 

25 

10 

15 

19 

16 

12 

6 

10 

5 

7 

4 

5 

8 

4 

1 

2 

1 

2 

2 

2 

1 

1 

1 



TD 








1 
1 
o 



-Tackles- 

Ast 

47 
37 
33 
36 
30 
17 
26 
12 
17 
11 

' 5 7 
21 
12 
6 
6 
7 
7 
3 
7 
2 
4 
3 



Long 

16 

12 





3 

4 



16 

22 



INTERCEPTIONS 

Jackson.Tony 
Okanlawon.Tony 
Jones, Randall 
Cox.Curome 
Stewart, Tyrone 
Henderson, E.J. 
Whaley, Mike 
Wilson, Dennard 
Littles, Rod 
Joe, Leon 
Total 
Opponents 



No. 

6 
5 
4 
3 



24 
9 



Yds 

6 

60 

87 

41 

4 

5 



11 



8 

222 

93 



Avg 

1.0 

12.0 

21.8 

13.7 

4.0 

5.0 

0.0 

11.0 

0.0 

8.0 

9.2 

10.3 



TD 










2 



TD 












7 



Long 

29 
32 
12 
19 

1 
17 

5 

21 

32 

100 



Long 

5 

34 

30 

27 

4 

5 



11 



8 

34 

67 



Total Offense Statistics 



TOTAL OFFENSE 

Hill, Shaun 
Perry, Bruce 
Riley, Marc 

- -Pass Def- 



G 

11 
11 
10 



Plays Rush Pass Total Avg/G 

445 309 2380 2689 244.5 

219 1242 1242 112.9 

85 338 338 33.8 



|-Sacks-| 



Total TFL/Yds No-Yards Int Yds 



|— Fumbles 



150 
81 
80 
76 
60 
59 
54 
43 
36 
35 
34 
32 
31 
27 
25 
22 
19 
13 
13 
12 
9 
8 
8 
8 



28-76 

8-26 

3-5 

8-17 
10-43 
14-44 



6.0-40 
2.0-17 

1.0-7 
4.5-36 
4.5-26 



4-29 2.0-25 

5-22 3.0-18 

7-22 3.5-19 
1-3 



1-1 
5-36 

1-9 

1-2 

4-31 



11 

2-18 

1-5 

1-3 
2-14 

1 1 
111 



4.5-36 
1.0-9 

2.5-24 



1.5-18 
1.0-5 



1.0-12 
1.0-11 



1-5 

6-6 
1-8 

1-0 

4-87 

1-0 



3-41 
5-60 



1-11 
1-4 



BrUp 

4 

9 

1 

4 
4 
4 
1 



QBH 

7 
9 

9 
5 



12 

1 



RcvYds 

1-36 



2-0 



1-52 
2-13 



1-9 



1-0 



1-0 
1-0 



FF 

2 



Blkd 
Kick 

2 



Saf 



«5 



«= 

m 

m 
m 

m 
m 
r 
r 
m 
* 






i20D/ &&&&1 rafew 




OFF! 

i Rushing 


;nsi! 


l/EG 


AIVIE 


:-by- 


GAI\ 


flES 


TATI 


ISTII 


;s 




iffc Yds.,TD 


#1 Perry 


»2 Riley 


#5 Lynch 


»8 Merrills 


#9 Crawford 


#14 S.Hill 


#20 Downs 


#31 Killian 


#44 Fiddler \ 




No Carolina 


21 lit. 


10-30, 1 


il ii 


dnp-cd 


S 21 


8 


dnp cd 


0-0 


0-0 




1 E. Michigan 


16 133,3 


/ 18, 1 


5 .' ! 


dnp-cd 


8 !8, 1 


■1 8, l 


dnp-cd 


1-0 


3-13 




,n Wake Forest 


ill 276 : 


12-25, 1 


0-0 


dnp cd 


1-8 


6-(-7) 


dnp cd 


0-0 


0-0 




' West Virginia 


31-153,1 


6-12,1 


0-0 


dnp-cd 


2-7 


11-1-7), 1 


dnp-cd 


2-16 







| Virginia 


25 143,1 


10 51 


1 1 


dnp-cd 


0-0 


Ii, 4/, 1 


dnp-cd 


dnp-inj 







. at Georgia Tech 


18-49 


dnp-cd 


1-3 


dnp-cd 


dnp-cd 


1-1 ."I 





dnp-inj 


0-0 




1 Duke 


13-79,1 


9-36,2 


2 18, 1 


dnp-cd 


7-25 


11-105,2 


2-10 


1 4 


1-0 




1 at Florida State 


13-67,1 


5 17 1 


3-71,1 


dnp cd 


dii|i .il 


13-48,1 





i 8 


0-0 




Troy State 


10 -is. 1 


1 86 1 


1-2 


dnp-cd 


13-47,1 


HI .'.' 


2-4 


2-3 







| Clemson 


21 "il 


16 59,2 


i 12 


dnp-cd 


dnp-cd 


1.' ',4 





1-3 







at NC state 


21 91 


3-4 


il ii 


dnp ill 


dnp-cd 


11-10,1 





0-0 


0-0 




' lys. Florida 


11 22 


9-23,2 


3-9 


dnp-cd 


(I 


11-31 


0-0 


I 10 


0-0 J 




' Receiving 




|/fiecYds.,TD 


#1 Perry 


#2 Riley 


#3 Abiamiri 


#5 Lynch 


#9 Crawford 


#10 Roberts 


#18 Shanks 


#19 J. Williams 


#21 Gary ^ 




.j No.Carolina 


1-(-4) 


1 8 


dnp-cd 


0-0 


0-0 


n o 


0-0 


7 28, 1 


2 26 




• f Michigan 


0-0 


1 ., 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


n n 


2-17 


4-28 


6-76,1 




i at Wake Forest 


3-34 


1-13 


dnp-cd 





0-0 


0-0 





3-45 


5-77 




West Virginia 


2-28 


0-0 


dnp-cd 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


3-37 


6 81,1 




P Virginia 


8-51 


1-18 


dnp-cd 


1-9 


0-0 


dnp-cd 


0-0 


3-14, 1 


5 99, 1 




L at Georgia Tech 


5-29 


dnp-cd 





1-4 


dnp-cd 


dnp .il 


1-17 


7-73 


4-60 




" Duke 


6-62 


2-18 


0-0 


1-18 


1-7 


1-5 


0-0 


3 21 


4-53 




> at Florida State 


6-70 


0-0 


dnp-cd 


2-13 


dnp-cd 


dnp-cd 


dnp-cd 


3-48 


1-9 




Troy State 


1-17,1 


0-0 


0-0 


2-9 


1-(-4) 


0-0 


dnp-cd 


4-39 


4-79 




1 Clemson 


5 J7, 1 


0-0 


dnp-cd 


0-0 


dnp-cd 


0-0 





1-29 


5-93,1 




| at NC State 


5-35 


1-(-4) 


dnp-cd 


0-0 


dnp-cd 


dnp-cd 


dnp-inj 


6-63 


7-74,2 




'l I vs. Florida 


3-27 


D 


dnp-cd 


0-0 


2-2 


0-0 


dnp-inj 


4-91,1 


4-35 J 








'(^ecYds.,TD 


#22 Parson 


#25 Monroe 


#31 Killian 


#34Suter 


#43Whitmer 


#44 Fiddler 


#80 James 


#82 Dugan 


#88 Murphy"^ 




I No.Carolina 


1-7 


2-16,1 


0-0 


0-0 


1-5 


0-0 


dnp-cd 


0-0 


0-0 




u E Michigan 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


3-69 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 




' at Wake Forest 


0-0 


1-15 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


dnp rd 


1-10 


2-28 




I WestVirginia 


1-14 


1-32 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


dnp-cd 


0-0 


0-0 




,] Virginia 


2-18 


I is 


dnp-inj 


dnp-inj 


dnp-inj 


0-0 


0-0 


1-13 


0-0 




| at Georgia Tech 


2-23 


0-0 


dnp-inj 


dnp-inj 


dnp-inj 


0-0 


dnp-cd 


1-4 


0-0 




. Duke 


1-9 


2-50 


0-0 


dnp-inj 


dnp-cd 


0-0 


0-0 


2-22, 1 


5-70 




' at Florida State 


1-5 


2-22 


0-0 


dnp-inj 


3-33 


0-0 


dnp-cd 


1-2 


2-12 




| Troy State 


0-0 


2-54 


0-0 


dnp-inj 


3-38, 1 


0-0 


dnp-cd 


0-0 


0-0 




J Clemson 


0-0 


0-0 





dnp-inj 


0-0 


0-0 


dnp-cd 


1-3 


2-17 




I at NC State 


3-80 


3-25 


0-0 


dnp-inj 


1-13 


0-0 


dnp-cd 


0-0 


1-10 




( V^vs. Florida 


3-46 





0-0 


0-0 


2-14 


n i 


dnp-cd 


0-0 


5-42 J 




[Passing 








Field Goal! 


; 




Punting 








.|^A-C-l,Y,TD 


#7 Kelley 


»4 Harrison 


#145. Hill 


Made, Missed 


#17 Siljkovic 


#46 Novak 


No-Avg., In 20 


#16 Barnard 


#17 Siljkovic^ 




' No.Carolina 


dnp-inj 


dnp-cd 


26-10-0,86,2 


No.Carolina 


none 


47ng,50ng 


No.Carolina 


8-50.4,6 


none 




i E.Michigan 


dnp-inj 


4-1-0,9,0 


21-15-0,187,1 


E. Michigan 


44g 


28ng,40ng 


E Michigan 


2-46.0,0 


none 




at Wake Forest 


dnp-inj 


dnp-cd 


23-16-2,222,0 


at Wake Forest 


none 


42ng,27g,29g 


at Wake Forest 


5-39.4,0 


none 




' WestVirginia 
J Virginia 


dnp-cd 
dnp-cd 


dnp-cd 
0-0-0,0,0 


32-13-0,192,1 
35-22,1,237,2 


WestVirginia 

Virginia 


none 
none 


none 
33ng,25g,33g 


WestVirginia 

Virginia 


10-44.6,2 
3-35.7,0 


none 
none 




Duke 
b at Florida State 
Troy State 


0-0-0,0,0 

dnp-cd 
0-0-0,0,0 


3-2-0,12,0 

dnp-cd 
7-2-0,4,0 


32-26-1,323,1 
37-21-2,214,0 
22-15-0,228,2 


Duke 

at Florida State 
Troy State 


none 
none 
none 


50ng,23g 

51g 

33g,50q,25g,46g 


Duke 

at Florida State 


1-43.0,0 
6-47.3, 1 
4-42 5 2 


none 
none 




Clemson 


dnp-cd 


dnp-cd 


21-12-0,189,2 


Clemson 


none 


29g,62ng,20g.26g 


Clemson 


4-43.5,3 


none 






] at NC State 


dnp-cd 


dnp-cd 


41-27-1,296,2 


at NC State 


none 


25g 


at NC State 


4-43.0, 1 


none 




|\vs. Florida 


dnp-cd 


dnp-cd 


39-23-1,257,1 


vs. Florida 


none 


20g,46ng 


vs. Florida 


5-46.2,2 


none , 




J dnp-mj — did not play/ 


njury: dnp-cd — did nc 


' rcAS decision 


























— . ^ — ^ . 




























200/ &&&>&% -VsVceW 



DEFENSIVE GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS 

Tackles (Solo-Assist-Total) 





fSolo-Asst Total 


#6 Foxworth 




#11 Okanlawon 


#12 R.Jones 


#13 Wilson #15 Williams 


#24 Ambush 


#26Custis 


#27 Jackson 


#29 Stewart^ 


■&/ 


No. Carolina 


dnp-cd 


'. 2 1 


3-2-5 


1-1-2 


dnp-cd 





dnp-inj 


2-2-4 


2-0-2 




E. Michigan 


dnp-cd 


1-1-2 


0-1-1 


1-0-1 


2-1-3 


3-1-4 


0-0-0 


4 1 5 


1-1-2 




at Wake Foresl 


dnp-cd 


7-0-7 


3-4-7 


3-1-4 


0-0-0 


0-1-1 


dnp-cd 


4-3-7 


1-1-2 


4^ 


West Virginia 


dnp-cd 


5-1-6 


4-2-6 


3-0 i 


1 1 


0-0-0 


0-0-0 


4-3-7 


1-0-1 


// 


Virginia 


dnp-cd 


2-1-3 


1-3-4 


1 2 i 


0-1-1 


0-0-0 


0-0-0 


5-4-9 


2-1-3 


fy 


at Georgia Tech 


dnp-cd 


5-2-7 


3-1-4 


1-2-3 


0-0-0 





0-0-0 


6 6 1 2 


1-0-1 




Duke 


dnp-cd 


0-0-0 


2-3-5 


1-0-1 


0-0-0 


1-1-2 


0-0-0 


2-3-5 


1-1-2 




at Florida State 


dnp cd 


dnp-inj 


3-2-5 


5-0-5 


dnp-inj 


0-0-0 


0-0-0 


5-3-8 


1-1-2 




Troy State 


dnp-cd 


dnp-inj 


2-2-4 


1-0-1 


dnp-inj 


0-0-0 


0-0-0 


0-1-1 


2-2-4 




Clemson 


5-0-5 


dnp-inj 


i 1 4 


dnp-inj 


2-0-2 


0-1-1 


0-0-0 


8-4-12 


0-0-0 




at NC State 


3-0-3 


dnp-inj 


4-5-9 


2-0-2 


1-0-1 


0-0-0 


0-0-0 


7-3-10 


0-0-0 




^s. Florida 


4-1-5 


6-1-7 


3-2-5 


4-0-4 


1-0-1 


1-0-1 





2-1-3 


1-0-1 J 








[iolo-Asst-Total 


#30 Cox 


#32 Joe 


#33 Littles 


#35 Moye-Moore 


#37 Chance 


#40 Thompson 


#41 Eli 


#42 Henderson 


#47Condo "N 




No Carolina 


•1 4 


6-4-10 


4-0-4 


dnp-cd 


1-0-1 


4-2-6 


dnp-cd 


8 4 12 


0-0-0 




E.Michigan 


2-0-2 


1-4-5 


1-0-1 


dnp-cd 


2-0-2 


2-1-3 


dnp-cd 


5 3 8 


0-0-0 




at Wake Forest 


5-0-5 


5 3 8 


1-1-2 


dnp-cd 


0-0-0 


6-4-10 


dnp-cd 


11-6-17 


0-0-0 




WestVirginia 


4-0-4 


3-5-8 


6-2-8 


dnp-cd 


dnp-cd 


1-3-4 


dnp-cd 


14-4-18 


0-0-0 




Virginia 


4-1-5 


3 5-8 


2-1-3 


dnp-cd 


0-0-0 


1 i 5 


dnp-cd 


2-3-5 


0-0 




at Georgia Tech 


2-2-4 


5-6-11 


2-0-2 


0-0-0 


1-0-1 


7-5-12 


dnp-cd 


13-5-18 


0-0-0 




Duke 


0-2-2 


2-2-4 


3-2-5 


3-5-8 


0-1-1 


2-1-3 


dnp-cd 


10-2-12 


0-0-0 




at Florida State 


3-0-3 


4-2-6 


2-1-3 


4-4-8 


0-0-0 


1-3-4 


dnp-cd 


9-4-13 


0-0-0 




Troy State 


4-0-4 


3-0-3 


1-1-2 


3-2-5 


5-2-7 


1-3-4 


dnp-cd 


5-5-10 


1-0-1 




Clemson 


0-0-0 


8-0-8 


5-2-7 


0-0 


0-0-0 


3-2-5 


dnp-cd 


13-4-17 


1-1-2 




at NC State 


1-0-1 


0-5-5 


4-2-6 


0-10-10 


1-0-1 


1-3-4 


dnp-cd 


13-7-20 


0-0-0 




Vvs. Florida 


4-1-5 


6-1-7 


6-2-8 


0-4-4 


0-0-0 


0-4-4 


dnp-cd 


10-2-12 


0-0-0 J 








/Solo-Asst Total #48 Swift #49 Cochran #51 Henley 


#52 Graves 


#53 Lewis 


#54 S.Smith 


#55 Whaley #57 Starks 


#58 Dickerson^ 




No. Carolina 


dnp-cd 


0-0-0 


0-2-2 


0-1-1 


dnp-inj 


0-0-0 


4-1-5 


1 II 1 


dnp-cd 




E.Michigan 


1-0-1 


0-1-1 


3-0-3 


3-2-5 


dnp-cd 


1-0-1 


0-1-1 


3-0-3 


dnp-cd 




at Wake Forest 


dnp-inj 


0-0-0 


1-0-1 


2-1-3 


dnp-cd 


0-0-0 


5-2-7 


1-0-1 


dnp-cd 




WestVirginia 


dnp-inj 


1-0-1 


3-1-4 


0-2-2 


0-0-0 


0-0-0 


3-3-6 


2-0-2 


dnp-cd 




Virginia 


dnp-inj 


0-0-0 


0-0-0 


0-1-1 


dnp-cd 


dnp-cd 


1-2-3 


0-0-0 


dnp-cd 




at Georgia Tech 


n o 


n 


1-0-1 


0-0-0 


dnp-cd 


0-0-0 


9-2 ll 


5-3-8 


dnp-cd 




Duke 


2-1-3 


2-0-2 


6-2-8 


1-0-1 


1-0-1 


dnp-cd 


2-0-2 


7-2-9 


dnp-cd 




at Florida State 


dnp cd 


2-0-2 


0-0-0 





dnp-cd 


0-0-0 


6-1-7 


1-1-2 


dnp-cd 




Troy State 


3-1-4 


S 5 


.' 1 i 


(1 II 


1-0-1 


I l 


dnp-inj 


0-1-1 


dnp-cd 




Clemson 


1 1 


II 1 1 


dnp-inj 


ii II 


dnp-cd 


1-0-1 


5 i 8 


0-3-3 


dnp-cd 




at NC State 


dnp cd 


dnp-cd 


dnp-inj 


dnp-cd 


dnp-cd 


1 1 


7 .' 9 


4-1-5 


dnp-cd 




^vs. Florida 


0-0-0 


1-0-1 


0-0-0 


1 1 


dnp-cd 


0-0-0 


2 2 I 


4-2-6 


dnp-cd . 








Solo Asst Total #59 M.Smith #71 Roundtree #91 Patterson #95Shime #96 Feldheim #97Abari #98 Hill #99 L.Jones "^ 




No. Carolina 


n 


.' 1 1 


dnp-cd 


II II 11 


.' .' 


dnp-cd 


.' 6 8 


dull nil 






E.Michigan 


f) 


2-2-4 


dnp-cd 


1 .' i 


1 1 2 


.' 2 





dnp-cd 






at Wake Forest 


ii 


2-1-3 


dnp-cd 


0-0-0 


2-1-3 


II 1 1 


S 4 / 


dnp id 






WestVirginia 
Virginia 


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2001 TEAM GAIVIE-BY-GAIVIE STATISTIC. 



Game 



FIRSTDOWNS 
SCORE Tot RuPaPe 



RUSHING PASSING TOTAL OFF. PUNTS FUM PEN SACKS BY 3RD 4TH TIME OF 

No Yds TO AC I Yds TO PI Yds No-Avg F/L No Yds No Yds DNS DNS POSS. 



! at MARYLAND 


23 


17 


13 4 


46-16M 


26-10-0 


86 


2 


72-247 


8-50.4 





? 20 


4-26 


8-18 


0-0 


31:26 


North Carolina 




10 


4-6-0 


37-118 1 


:„ in i 


158 





63-276 


6-35.8 


0-0 


5-30 


3-19 


4-17 


1-4 


28:34 


at MARYLAND 


50 


27 


18-8-1 


52-280-6 


25-16-0 


196 


1 


77-476 


2-46.0 


2-1 


5-45 


5-39 


9-14 


0-0 


31:21 


| Eastern Michigan 


1 


9 


2-6 1 


29-240 


30 15 2 


100 





59-124 


9-29.7 


00 


5 46 


00 


', Id 


1 


28:39 


I MARYLAND 
at Wake Forest 


27 


24 


13 10 1 


51 297-3 


23-16-2 


222 





74-519 


5-39.4 


1 


9-99 


1-12 


4 14 


11 


30:56 


20 


18 


8 10 


46-163 1 


32-17-1 


71h 


1 


78 579 


5-48.8 


7 1 


4 30 


2-16 


6-19 


3-5 


29:04 


! at MARYLAND 


32 


23 


13-9-1 


52-181-3 


32-13-0 


192 


1 


84-373 


10-44.6 





7-80 


2-22 


6-18 


0-2 


28:17 


^ West Virginia 


20 


27 


8-15-4 


43-151-0 


52-31-4 


279 


1 


95-430 


3-36.0 


3-2 


5-45 


3 37 


5 17 


1-5 


31:43 


1 

at MARYLAND 


41 


23 


13-8-2 


55-243-2 


35-22-1 


237 


2 


90-480 


3-35.7 


1-1 


9-85 


2-20 


8-19 


3-3 


37:09 


| Virginia 


21 


16 


6-9-1 


25-64-1 


38-21-1 


281 


2 


63-345 


6-38.7 


3-1 


7-79 


0-0 


3-14 


1-2 


22:51 


| MARYLAND 

' at Georgia Tech OT 


20 


19 


7-9-3 


34-92-1 


41 21 2 


210 





75-302 


7-44.7 





8-53 


5-32 


4-15 


1 


29:51 


17 


20 


6 14 


39 50 


45-26-3 


320 


2 


84-370 


5-42.2 


6 3 


8-75 


3-17 


11-23 


2-2 


30:09 


1 at MARYLAND 


59 


34 


17-17-0 


54-362-7 


36-28-1 


335 


1 


90-697 


1-43.0 


3-2 


9-68 


3-12 


8-14 


1-1 


33:40 


1 Duke 


17 


18 


9-7-2 


35-133-1 


32-13-3 


163 


1 


67-296 


6-41.8 


3-1 


315 


1-7 


;-; 1", 


0-0 


26:20 


1 

MARYLAND 


31 


20 


10-10-0 


38-214-4 


37-21-2 


214 





75-428 


6-47.3 


4-2 


9-77 


3-24 


9-16 


1-1 


31:27 


1 at Florida State 


52 


23 


7-13-3 


39-134-1 


27-16-1 


363 


5 


66-497 


4-34.0 


0-0 


7-60 


1-3 


6-14 


0-2 




| at MARYLAND 
' Troy State 


47 


25 


15-8-2 


55-277-3 


29-17-0 


232 


2 


84-509 


4-42.5 


0-0 


8-74 


8-72 


9-18 


1-1 


33:19 


14 


15 


3-12-0 


26-(-1)-0 


36-19-1 


272 


2 


62-271 


8-36.3 


3-1 


6-60 


1-9 


4-14 


0-1 


26:41 


! at MARYLAND 


37 


23 


11-9-3 


53-218-2 


21-12-0 


189 


2 


74-407 


4-43.5 


1-1 


4-30 


3-21 


10-17 


0-0 


32:23 


| Clemson 


20 


20 


9-11-0 


35-123-0 


37-18-4 


218 




72-341 


3-39.3 


1-0 


11-79 


2-9 


7-17 


1-3 


27:37 


' MARYLAND 
1 at NC State 


23 


22 


9-13-0 


36-103-1 


41-27-1 


296 


2 


77-399 


4-43.0 


2-2 


4-30 


2-15 


9-16 


1-1 


29:04 


19 


19 


5-13-1 


33-38-0 


43-27-1 


275 


1 


76-313 


3-46.7 


1-1 


5-35 


2-16 


9-18 


1-2 


30:56 


1 MARYLAND 


23 


19 


8-10-1 


40-103-2 


39-23-1 


257 


1 


79-360 


5-46.2 


0-0 


4-20 


2-21 


7-18 


2-21 


31:34 


vs. Florida 


56 


30 


7-23-0 


25-203-3 


49-33-2 


456 


5 


74-659 


2-53.0 


2-1 


6-43 


3-14 


6-9 


0-0 


28:26 



Time Of Possession 

1 2 

Maryland 81:46 91:16 

Opponents 83:14 73:44 

Third Down Conversions 

1 2 3 

Maryland 19-43 26-49 17-41 

Pet 44.2% 53.1% 41.5% 

Opponents 14-45 15-46 17-45 

Pet. 31.1% 32.6% 37.8% 

Fourth Down Conversions 

1 2 3 

Maryland 1-2 3-4 1-1 

Pet. 50% 75% 100% 

Opponents 0-0 3-5 2-6 

Pet. 0% 60% 33% 

Note: Regular-season only. 



3 


4 


Total 


81:52 


93:59 


348:53 


83:08 


71:01 


311:07 


4 


0T 


Total 


22-45 


0-1 


84-179 


) 48.9% 


096 


46.9% 


22-48 


00 


68-184 


> 45.8% 


0% 


37% 


4 


0T 


Total 


3-4 


0-0 


8-11 


75% 


0% 


72.7% 


5-16 


0-0 


10-27 


31.3% 


096 


37% 



Turnovers 

Takeaways - 34 
Giveaways- 18 
Points Following Turnovers 

MD - 94 (13 TD, 10 PAT. 2 FG) 

Opp.-48(6TD,6PAT,2FG) 

Special Teams 

Blocked Kicks (by Md.)- 4 
Blocked Kicks (by 0pp.)- 2 

Kickoff Coverage 

Kickoffs -Md. 73,0pp. 49 
Fair Catches by - Md. 0, 0pp. 4 
Touchbacks by - Md. 24, 0pp. 17 
Onside Attempts - 

Md. 0(0 reel, 0pp. 0(0rec.) 
Out of Bounds by -- Md. 3, 0pp. 2 

Returns Allowed (Md.) - 42-1097 (26.1) 
Returns Allowed (Opp.) - 29-554 (19.1) 

Note: Regular-season only. 



Punt Coverage 

Punts -Md. 54, 0pp. 58 

Blocks by - Md. 3,0pp. 

Fair Catches by - Md. 12, Opp. 7 

Touchbacks - Md. 6, Opp. 6 

Inside 20 -Md. 17,Opp. 12 

Returns Allowed (Md.) - 26-222 (8.5) 

Returns Allowed (Opp.) - 23-166 (7.2) 

Red Zone 

Md. Scores/Times in Red Zone 
Scoring Percentage - 81.7% (49-60) 
TD Percentage - 63.3% (38-60) 
Scores -38 TD, 11 FG 
Non-Scores - 1 1 (4 FGA, 3 downs, 
3 INT, 1 Fumb) 

Opp. Scores/Times in Red Zone 
Scoring Percentage -72.7% (24-33) 
TD Percentage - 42.4% (14-33) 
Scores -14TD, 10 FG 
Non- Scores - 9 (4 downs, 3 INT, 2 missed 
FG) 




200/ 5&b$>w\ / YeVieW 



2001 SEASON SUPERLATIVES 



Maryland Individual Game Highs 



Opponent Individual Game Highs 




Rushes 


31 


Yards Rushing 


276 


TD Rushes 


3 


Long Rush 


80 


Pass Attempts 


41 


Pass Completions 


27 


Yards Passing 


323 


TD Passes 


2 



Long Pass 


64 


Receptions 


8 


Yards Receiving 


99 


TD Receptions 


2 


Long Reception 


64 


Field Goals 


4 


Long Field Goal 


51 


Punts 


10 


Punting Avg 


50.4 


Long Punt 


59 


Long Punt Return 


16 


Long Kickoff Returr 


32 


Tackles 


20.0 


Sacks 


2.5 


Tackles For Loss 


4.0 


Interceptions 


1 


Maryland Team 


Rushes 


55 



Yards Rushing 
Yards Per Rush 
TD Rushes 
Pass Attempts 



362 

6.7 

7 

41 



Pass Completions 28 

Yards Passing 335 

Yards Per Pass 9.7 

TD Passes 2 



Total Plays 



90 



Total Offense 


697 


Yards Per Play 


7.7 


Points 


59 


Sacks By 


8 


First Downs 


34 


Penalties 


9 


Penalty Yards 




Turnovers 




Interceptions R 





Bruce Perry vs West Virginia (Sep 29, 2001 ) 
Bruce Perry at Wake Forest (Sep 22, 2001 ) 
Bruce Perry vs Eastern Michigan (Sep 08, 2001 ) 
Bruce Perry at Wake Forest (Sep 22, 200 1 ) 
Shaun Hill at NC State (Nov 1 7, 2001 ) 
Shaun Hill at NC State (Nov 1 7, 2001 ) 
Shaun Hill vs Duke (Oct 20,2001) 
Shaun Hill vs North Carolina (Sep 01,2001) 
Shaun Hill vs Virginia (Oct 06, 2001 ) 
Shaun Hill vs Troy State (Nov 03, 2001) 
Shaun Hill vs Clemson (Nov 10, 2001 ) 
Shaun Hill at NC State (Nov 1 7, 2001 ) 
Shaun Hill at NC State (Nov 1 7, 2001 ) 
Bruce Perry vs Virginia (Oct 06, 2001 ) 
Guilian Gary vs Virginia (Oct 06, 2001 ) 
Guilian Gary at NC State (Nov 1 7, 2001 ) 
Rich Parson at NC State (Nov 17,2001) 
Nick Novak vs Troy State (Nov 03, 2001 ) 
Nick Novak at Florida State (Oct 27, 2001 ) 
Brooks Barnard vs West Virginia (Sep 29, 2001 ) 
Brooks Barnard vs North Carolina (Sep 01,2001) 
Brooks Barnard at Wake Forest (Sep 22, 2001 ) 
Guilian Gary vs Troy State (Nov 03, 2001 ) 
Bruce Perry vs North Carolina (Sep 01 , 2001 ) 
Bruce Perry vs Eastern Michigan (Sep 08, 2001 ) 
EJ. Henderson at NC State (Nov 1 7, 2001 ) 
Aaron Thompson vs North Carolina (Sep 01 , 2001 ) 
Aaron Thompson vs North Carolina (Sep 01 , 2001 ) 
E.J. Henderson at Georgia Tech (Oct 1 1 , 2001 ) 
E.J. Henderson vs Clemson (Nov 10, 2001 ) 
On 24 occasions 

Game Highs 

vs Virginia (Oct 06, 2001) 

vs Troy State (Nov 03, 2001) 

vs Duke (Oct 20, 2001) 

vs Duke (Oct 20,2001) 

vs Duke (Oct 20,2001) 

at Georgia Tech (Oct 1 1 , 2001 ) 

at NC State (Nov 17,2001) 

vs Duke (Oct 20,2001) 

vs Duke (Oct 20, 2001) 

at Wake Forest (Sep 22,2001) 

vs North Carolina (Sep 01, 2001 ) 

vs Virginia (Oct 06, 2001) 

vs Troy State (Nov 03, 2001) 

vs Clemson (Nov 10, 2001) 

at NC State (Nov 17,2001) 

vs Virginia (Oct 06, 2001) 

vs Duke (Oct 20, 2001) 

vs Duke (Oct 20, 2001) 

vs Duke (Oct 20,2001) 

vs Duke (Oct 20,2001) 

vs Troy State (Nov03, 2001) 

vs Duke (Oct 20, 2001) 

at Wake Forest (Sep 22, 2001) 

vs Virginia (Oct 06, 2001) 

vs Duke (Oct 20, 2001) 

1 inda State (Oct 27, 2001) 
.it Wake Forest (Sep 22, 2001) 
nda Stale (Oct 27,2001) 
I ':"imia (Sep 29,2001) 
Nov 10,2001) 



Rushes 


31 


Yards Rushing 


128 


TD Rushes 


1 



Long Rush 


77 


Pass Attempts 


52 


Pass Completions 


31 


Yards Passing 


350 


TD Passes 


5 


Long Pass 


63 


Receptions 


11 


Yards Receiving 


175 


TD Receptions 


3 


Long Reception 


63 


Field Goals 


4 


Long Field Goal 


44 


Punts 


9 


Punting Avg 


48.8 


Long Punt 


60 


Long Punt Return 


22 


Long Kickoff Return 100 


Tackles 


18.0 


Sacks 


3.0 


Tackles For Loss 


4.0 


Interceptions 


1 


Opponent Team 


Rushes 


46 


Yards Rushing 


163 


Yards Per Rush 


3.8 


TD Rushes 


1 



Pass Attempts 


52 


Pass Completions 


31 


Yards Passing 


363 


Yards Per Pass 


13.4 


TD Passes 


5 


Total Plays 


95 


Total Offense 


497 


Yards Per Play 


7.5 


Points 


52 


Sacks By 


3 


First Downs 


27 


Penalties 


11 


Penalty Yards 


79 


Turnovers 


6 


Interceptions By 


2 



Cobourne, A., vs West Virginia (Sep 29, 2001 ) 
Cobourne, A., vs West Virginia (Sep 29, 2001 ) 
Parker, W., vs North Carolina (Sep 01 , 2001 ) 
Williams, T, at Wake Forest (Sep 22, 2001 ) 
Schaub, M„ vs Virginia (Oct 06, 2001) 
Douglas, C, vs Duke (Oct 20, 2001 ) 
Jones, G., at Florida State (Oct 27, 2001 ) 
Parker, W., vs North Carolina (Sep 01 , 2001 ) 
Lewis, B., vs West Virginia (Sep 29, 2001 ) 
Lewis, B., vs West Virginia (Sep 29, 2001 ) 
Rix, C, at Florida State (Oct 27, 2001 ) 
Rix, C, at Florida State (Oct 27, 2001 ) 
Schaub, M., vs Virginia (Oct 06, 2001 ) 
McMullen, B., vs Virginia (Oct 06, 2001 ) 
Cotchery, J., at NC State (Nov 1 7, 2001 ) 
McMullen, B„ vs Virginia (Oct 06, 2001 ) 
Gardner, T, at Florida State (Oct 27, 2001 ) 
McMullen, B., vs Virginia (Oct 06, 2001 ) 
Kiker, A., at NC State (Nov 1 7, 2001 ) 
Klaban, E„ vs Eastern Michigan (Sep 08, 2001) 
Hunt, A,vs Clemson (Nov 10,2001) 
Rysko, D„ vs Eastern Michigan (Sep 08, 2001 ) 
MacPherson, J, at Wake Forest (Sep 22, 2001 ) 
Abrams,M.,vs Virginia (Oct 06, 2001) 
Rhino, K„ at Georgia Tech (Oct 1 1 , 2001 ) 
Terry, S., vs West Virginia (Sep 29, 2001 ) 
Hamilton, D,vs Clemson (Nov 10,2001) 
Hafley, C, vs Clemson (Nov 10, 2001 ) 
Williams, S., vs North Carolina (Sep 01 , 2001 ) 
Williams, S., vs North Carolina (Sep 01 , 2001 ) 
On 9 occasions 

Game Highs 

at Wake Forest (Sep 22, 2001) 
at Wake Forest (Sep 22,2001) 
vs Duke (Oct 20,2001) 
vs North Carolina (Sep 01, 2001) 
at Wake Forest (Sep 22,2001) 
vs Virginia (Oct 06, 2001) 
vs Duke (Oct 20, 2001) 
at Florida State (Oct 27, 2001) 
vs West Virginia (Sep 29, 2001) 
vs West Virginia (Sep 29, 2001) 
at Florida State (Oct 27, 2001) 
at Florida State (Oct 27,2001) 
at Florida State (Oct 27,2001) 
vs West Virginia (Sep 29, 2001 ) 
at Florida State (Oct 27, 2001) 
at Florida State (Oct 27, 2001) 
at Florida State (Oct 27,2001) 
vs North Carolina (Sep 01,2001) 
vs West Virginia (Sep 29, 2001 ) 
at Georgia Tech (Oct 11,2001) 
vs West Virginia (Sep 29, 200 1 ) 
vs Clemson (Nov 10,2001) 
vs Virginia (Oct 06, 2001) 
vs Clemson (Nov 10,2001) 
vs West Virginia (Sep 29, 2001 ) 
at Georgia Tech (Oct 11,2001) 
at Wake Forest (Sep 22,2001) 
at Georgia Tech (Oct 11,2001) 
at Florida State (Oct 27, 2001) 



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2001 PARTICIPATION REPORT 



SENIORS 

.' Marc Riley IB x 

11 TonyOkanlawonCB S 

12 Randall Jones FS S 
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17 Vedad Siljkovic PK/P x 

11 Richard HarriganCB cd 



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40 Aaron Thomp 

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48 Ryan Swift LB 

52 Monte Graves IB 

53 Reggie lewis IB 
67 MelvinFowlerC 
80 Eric James TE 

88 Matt Murphy IE 

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16 Brooks Barnard f S 

20 Chris Downs TB cd 

25 Scooter Monroe WR x 

29 Ty Stewart FS x 

31 Chad Killian FB x 

34 Madieu Williams SS rs 

37 Jamal Chance CB x 

42 EJ. Henderson LB S 

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SOPHOMORES 
1 Bruce Perry TB 

4 Latrez Harrison 01" 

5 James Lynch F B 

6 Scott McBrienQB 
13 Dennard Wilson CB 
19 Jafar Williams WR 
23 Andrew Smith, Jr. CB 



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X 


cd 


cd 


cd 


99 Landon Jones DT 


inj 


cd 


cd 


X 


X 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


Class Participation (0-05)15-9 


19-8 


16-8 


18-8 


16-9 


16-9 


18-8 


16-9 


18-9 


li-8 


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UNC EMU 


WF 


WV 


UVA 


GT 


DU 


FSU 


TSU 


CLE 


NCS 


UF 


1 RobAbiamiriWR 


cd x 


cd 


cd 


cd 


X 


X 


cd 


X 


cd 






7 Chris Kelley OB 


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cd 


cd 


cd 


X 


cd 


X 


cd 


cd 




10 Ike Roberts WR 


X X 


X 


X 


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cd 


X 


cd 


X 


X 


cd 


cd 



26 Raymond CustisSS 


inj 


X 


cd 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


34 Steve SuterWR 


X 


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inj 


X 


41 Kevin Eli DE 


cd 


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dnt 


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dnt 


cd 


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cd 


46 Nick Novak PK 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 



IS Curtis Williams fS 
IK Maurice Shanks WR 
£6 Raymond Cu; 
14 Steve SuterV 
II Kevin Eli DE 
Id Nick Novak PI 
4/ JonCondolH 
49 Jamahl Cochran LB 
69 Reggie KempOG 
72 KyleSchmittOG/C 
74 C J. Brooks OT 
79 LouLombardoOl 
87 RyanFlynnTf 



inj 
dnt 



inj 
cd 



inj inj 



S 

x 
cd 



S 
x 

cd 



cd 
dnt 
x 
5 
x 
cd 



Class Participation (0 05) 9-2 14 2 10-2 12 2 10-2 10-2 14-2 7-2 12-2 10-2 8-2 91 



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6 D. Foxworth CB cd 

8 Mario Merrills TB cd 

9 Jason Crawford TB x 

11 Brian RameyQB inj 

12 Shai Warsaw QB cd 
22 Rich Parson WR x 
38 GerrickMcPhearsonCBcd 
45 Craig Reutepohler LB cd 

56 Jesse Kluttz LS cd 

57 Randy StarksDE x 

58 Ricardo Dickerson LB cd 

59 Maurice Smith LB x 

60 Jason Holman C cd 

63 Raheem Lewis OG cd 

64 Mike Steele OG cd 

65 Matt Powell OG cd 

76 Tim Donovan OT cd 

77 Russell Bonham OT cd 

83 Derrick FennerWR cd 

84 Derek Miller TE cd 

85 Aaron Smith WR cd 

91 Akil Patterson DT cd 

92 Brandon Thomas TE cd 
Class Participation fG-GSJ 4-0 



EMU WF 
cd cd 



WV UVA GT DU FSU 



cd 
x 
cd 
cd 
x 

cd 
cd 

Ml 



dm 

x 

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cd 

x 

dnt 
dm 
cd 



cd 

cd 
x 
cd 
cd 

X 

cd 
cd 
cd 



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cd 

Ml 

cd 

Ml 

cd 
cd 
cd 

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cd 



dnt 
dnt 
dm 
dnt 
dnt 
cd 
dnt 
dnt 
dnt 
dnt 



cd dnt 
40 4-0 



cd 
dnt 
cd 
dnt 
dnt 
x 

dnt 
dnt 
cd 
x 
cd 
x 

dnt 
dnt 
dnt 
dnt 
dm 
dm 
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dnt 
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dnt 
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dnt 



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TOTAL ACTIVE PLAYERS 52 63 54 56 52 53 63 50 

x - indicates played in gome 

S - indicates started game 

cd - indicates did not play /coach's decision 

inj - indicates did not play or travel due to injury 

dnt - indicates did not travel lor reason other than injury 

rs - indicates redshirting season 



dnt cd 

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cd cd 

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32 4-0 

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2001 GAME-RY-GAME STARTERS 



Offense 



id 



t* 

^ 




GAME 


Wide Receiver 


Left Tackle 


Left Guard 


Center 


Right Guard 


Riqht Tackle 


Tiqht End 


Quarterback 


Tailback 


Fullback 


Wide Receiver 


No. Carolina 


Gary" 


Brooks' 


Wike 22 


Fowler' 4 


Bryant 7 


Crawford" 


Dugan 


Hill 4 


Perry' 


Lynch' 


Williams' 


E. Michigan 


Gary" 


Brooks' 


Wike" 


Fowler" 


Bryant 8 


Crawford 27 


Dugan 12 


Hill 5 


Perry 2 


Killian' 


Williams 2 


at Wake Forest 


Gary' 6 


Brooks 5 


Wike 24 


Fowler' 6 


Bryant' 


Crawford 2 ' 


Dugan" 


Hill 6 


Perry' 


Killian 2 


Williams' 


West Virginia 


Gary 17 


Brooks' 


Wike 25 


Fowler 37 


Bryant'" 


Crawford 24 


Dugan" 


Hill 2 


Perry 4 


Killian' 


Williams" 


Virginia 


Gary 18 


Brooks 5 


Wike 26 


Fowler' 8 


Bryant" 


Crawford 25 


Dugan" 


Hill 8 


Perry 5 


Lynch 2 


Williams 5 


at Georgia Tech 


Gary" 


Brooks 6 


Wike 


Fowler" 


Bryant' 7 


Crawford 26 


Dugan" 


Hill' 


Perry 


Lynch 1 


Williams 6 


Duke 


Gary" 


Brooks 


Wike" 


Fowler* 


Bryant" 


Crawford 77 


Dugan' 7 


Hill' 


Perry 7 


Killian 4 


Williams 7 


at Florida State 


Gary 21 


Brooks 


Wike" 


Fowler 


Bryant' 4 


Crawford 78 


Dugan' 6 


Hill" 


Perry 8 


Lynch 4 


Monroe" 


Troy State 


Gary" 


Brooks' 


Wike 


Fowler 47 


Bryant" 


Crawford 2 ' 


Dugan" 


Hill' 2 


Perry' 


Lynch' 


Williams 8 


Clemson 


Gary" 


Brooks' 


Wike 


Fowler" 


Bryant 16 


Crawford '" 


Dugan 20 


Hill" 


Perry 10 


Lynch' 


Monroe 17 


at NC State 


Gary" 


Brooks" 


Wike 


Fowler 44 


Bryant 17 


Crawford" 


Murphy 2 


Hill" 


Perry" 


Lynch 7 


Williams' 


vs. Florida* 


Gary 


Brooks 


Schmitt 


Fowler 


Bryant 


Crawford 


Murphy 


Hill 


Perry 


Lynch 


Williams 



Defense 



Total career starts listed with superscript; '-Bowl game not included in overall statistics 



GAME 


LEO 


Def. Tackle 


Nose Tackle 


Def. End 


WLB 


MLB 


SLB 


Cornerback 


Strong Safety 


Free Safety 


Cornerback 


No. Carolina 


Whaley' 2 


Feldheim 1 


Hill 


Roundtree 6 


Joe' 


Henderson" 


Thompson 


Okanlawon 22 


Jackson" 


Jones' 


Cox'° 


E.Michigan 


Whaley" 


Feldheim 2 


Hill" 


Roundtree 7 


Joe 2 


Henderson 14 


Thompson" 


Okanlawon" 


Jackson" 


Jones' 


Cox" 


at Wake Forest 


Whaley 


Feldheim' 


Hill 


Roundtree 8 


Joe' 


Henderson" 


Thompson' 6 


Okanlawon 24 


Jackson' 6 


Jones'" 


Cox" 


West Virginia 


Whaley" 


Feldheim 4 


Hill" 


Roundtree' 


Joe' 


Henderson" 


Thompson" 


Okanlawon 25 


Jackson" 


Jones" 


Cox" 


Virginia 


Whaley' 6 


Feldheim 5 


Hill 20 


Roundtree' 


Joe 5 


Graves 1 


Thompson' 8 


Okanlawon 26 


Jackson 18 


Jones' 2 


Cox" 


at Georgia Tech 


Whaley" 


Feldheim 6 


Hill 


Roundtree" 


Joe 6 


Henderson 17 


Thompson" 


Okanlawon 27 


Jackson" 


Jones" 


Wilson 2 


Duke 


Whaley' 8 


Feldheim 7 


Hill 22 


Roundtree 12 


Joe 7 


Henderson" 


Thompson 4 " 


Okanlawon 78 


Jackson 20 


Jones" 


Cox" 


at Florida State 


Whaley" 


Feldheim 8 


Hill" 


Roundtree" 


Joe 8 


Henderson" 


Thompson 4 ' 


Wilson' 


Jackson" 


Jones" 


Cox' 6 


Troy State 


Swift' 


Feldheim' 


Hill 24 


Roundtree" 


Joe' 


Henderson 20 


Thompson 42 


Wilson' 


Jackson 22 


Jones" 


Cox" 


Clemson 


Whaley 20 


Feldheim" 2 


Hill 25 


Roundtree" 


Joe™ 


Henderson 2 ' 


Thompson 41 


Foxworth' 


Jackson" 


Jones" 


Cox" 


at NC State 


Whaley 2 ' 


Feldheim 11 


Hill 26 


Starks' 


Joe" 


Henderson 72 


Thompson 44 


Foxworth 2 


Jackson 24 


Jones" 


Cox" 


vs. Florida* 


Whaley 


Feldheim 


Hill 


Roundtree 


Joe 


Henderson 


Thompson 


Okanlawon 


Littles 


Jones 


Cox 



Total career starts listed with superscript; '-Bowl game not included in overall statistics 



ClaSS Starters by Game (includes kicker & punter) 




GAME Seniors Juniors Sophomores R-Freshmen True Freshmen 


Total 


No. Carolina 


8 


5 


9 


2 





24 


E.Michigan 


8 


5 


9 


2 





24 


at Wake Forest 


8 


6 


8 


2 


(I 


24 


West Virginia 


8 


6 


8 


.' 





24 


Virginia 


9 


4 


9 


2 





24 


at Georgia Tech 


8 


5 


9 


2 





24 


Duke 


8 


6 


8 


2 





24 


at Florida State 


7 


6 


9 


2 





24 


Troy State 


8 


5 


9 


2 





24 


Clemson 


7 


6 


8 


2 


1 


24 


at '.' Mate 


8 


4 


8 


2 


2 


24 




9 


4 


8 


3 





24 




Terrapin Playing Experience Superlatives 



Most overall starts, career — 



Most overall • i 






ecul 



Offense 

44, Melvin Fowler (C) 
32,ToddWike(OG) 
31, Matt Crawford (OT) 

8 with 11 

44, Melvin fowler, Jr. (C) 
32,ToddWike(OG) 

8 with 1 1 



Matt Crawford (78), Chad Killian (3 1) and Lamar Bryant (73). 



Defense 

44, Aaron Thompson (SLB) 
28, Tony Okanlawon (CB) 
26, Charles Hill (DT) 

6 with 11 

44, Aaron Thompson (SLB) 



(.with 11 



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ox Score 



Sept 1,2001 -Noon 
Byrd Stadium 
College Park, Md. 



COLLEGE PARK.Md. - Maryland coach Ralph Friedgen opened his head coach- 
ing career in grand fashion, beating conference opponent North Carolina, 23-7, at 
Byrd Stadium. 

With the win, Friedgen became the first Maryland head coach since Tom 
Nugent in 1 959 to win his first-ever game as a Terp. In addition, Friedgen became the 
first Terrapin coach ever to win his ACC opener in his first year. 

Shaun Hill threw two TD passes to complement a stellar performance by the 
Maryland defense, and the Terrapins rolled to a 23-7 victory. 

Maryland (1 -0, 1 -0 ACC) scored 23 straight points after Parker's run stunned 
Friedgen and the crowd of 44,080. 

UNC (0-2,0-1) remained winless under first-year coach John Bunting. Darian 
Durant replaced senior QB Ronald Curry for the second straight game, but unlike last 
week against Oklahoma, the redshirt freshman failed to generate any offense. 

Curry went 6-for- 1 2 for 61 yards and an interception. Durant, who entered in 
the third quarter, finished 10-for-14 for 97 yards and two interceptions. 

The Terrapins kept the Tar Heels in their own end of the field for much of the 
game, thanks in part to punter Brooks Barnard, who averaged 50.4 yards on eight 
kicks and had seven of his eight 
punts travel over 50 yards. 

Parker (25 yards on 12 
carries after his initial run) was 
outdone by Maryland's Bruce 
Perry.who gained 1 16yardson 
21 attempts. Maryland pulled 
away with two touchdowns in 
the fourth quarter. After Perry 
ran for 1 2 yards on a 3rd-and- 
5 from the North Carolina 19, 
Hill hit Scooter Monroe for a 
five-yard score. 

LB Mike Whaley then 
intercepted Durant, setting up 
a one-yard run by Marc Riley 
with 6:35 left and launching a 
celebration in the stadium that 
was a long time coming. 

Stung by Parker's early 
run, Maryland's defense 
bounced back on North 
Carolina's next possession by 
forcing the Tar Heels to punt 
from their own one. A 10-yard 
return by Guilian Gary gave the 
Terrapins the ball at the North 
Carolina 32, setting up Hill's TD 
pass to Williams. 




North Carolina 
Maryland 



2nd 

2 



3rd 4th Final 
7 

14 23 



First Quarter 

UNC-W. Parker 77 run, 13:12 

UM-J. Williams 20 pass from S. Hill (Novak kick), 6:33 
Second Quarter 

UM-T. Stewart safety, 1 1:43 
Fourth Quarter 

UM-S. Monroe 5 pass from S.Hill (Novak kick), 13:19 

UM-M. Riley 1 run (Novak kick).6:35 
MO 



First Downs 


17 


Rushes-Yards 


46-161 


Comp-Att-Int 


10-26-0 


Passing Yards 


86 


Return Yards 


68 


Sacked-Yards Lost 


3-19 


Punts 


8-50.4 


Fumbles-Lost 


0-0 


Penalties-Yards 


3-20 


Time of Possession 


31:26 



UNC 

10 

37-118 

16-26-3 

158 

95 

4-26 

6-35.8 

0-0 

5-30 

28:34 



INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS 

RUSHING Maryland, Perry 21-1 16. Riley 10-30. J. Crawford 5- 
21, Hill 8-0. UNC, Parker 13102, Curry 9-14. Moore 1-6, Will- 
iams 9-5. 

PASSING Maryland, Hill 10-26-0-86. UNC. Curry 6-12-1-61, 
Durant 10-14-2-97. 

RECEIVING-Maryland. J Williams 2-28. Gary 2-26, Monroe 2- 
16, Riley 1-8, Parson l-7.Whitmer 1-5. Perry l-(-4).UNC. Aiken 
5-t9,Russell. 3 31. Bailey 3-29, Allen2-27.Borders2-17.Parker 
1-5. 

MISSED FIELD GOALS Maryland. Novak 47.50. 
TACKLES Maryland, Henderson 8-4 - 12. Joe 6-4-10. C. Hill 2- 
6-8, Okanlawon 5-2-7. Thompson 4-2-6 UNC, Hood 13-2- 
15. Reid 9-2-11, Thornton 8-3-11. 
A-44,080. j 



CD 



Sept. 8, 2001 • 6 p.m. 
Byrd Stadium 
College Park, Md. 



Box Score 

Eastern Michigan 
Maryland 



2nd 


14 



3rd 

14 



4th 
3 



Final 

3 

50 



COLLEGE PARK, Md. Maryland continued its winning ways at the start of 2001 
as it manhandled Eastern Michigan of the Mid American Conference, 50-3, at Byrd 
Stadium. 

Bruce Perry ran for 1 33 yards and three touchdowns as Maryland recorded its 
most lopsided victory since a 52-0 rout of Wake Forest in 1996. 

The defense limited Eastern Michigan to just 124 yards in offense -fewest by 
a Maryland opponent since 1980 - in helping Friedgen became the first coach since 
JimTatum in 1947 to win his first two games at Maryland. 

EMU produced only 69 yards and five first downs in falling behind 41-0 after 
three quarters. 

Perry scored on runs of eight, 24 and 31 yards. The sophomore averaged 8.3 
yards per carry before being pulled early in the third quarter. 

Showing no signs of a letdown after last week's emotional 23-7 rout of ACC 
rival North Carolina, Maryland scored on its first two possessions to take control. 

First, the Terrapins ^ 

moved 62 yards in 11 plays, 
taking a 6-0 lead on Perry's first 
career score. Maryland then 
forced a punt and proceeded to 
embark on another 62-yard 
march. Perry ran for 47 yards on 
four carries before giving way 
to Marc Riley, who scored from 
the one. 

The Eagles' first turn- 
over, an interception by Tony 
Okanlawon, set up a 19-yard 
touchdown pass from Hill to 
Guilian Gary for a 19-0 lead in 
the second guarter. Hill sal- 
vaged the drive with a 30-yard 
completion to Daryl Whitmer 
onathird-and-25. 

Perry's second touch- 
down, with 3:37 left in the half, 
capped a 52-yard drive in 
which Hill completed two 
passes to Gary totaling 24 
yards. Hill then completed two 
passes for 26 yards before Perry 
raced around right end to make 
it 34-0 early in the third quar- 
ter. 



First Quarter 

UM-B. Perry 8 run (Barnard rush failed), 10:07 

UM-M. Riley 1 run (Novak kick). 5:38 
Second Quarter 

UM-G. Gary 1 9 pass from S. Hill (Hill pass failed), 6:22 

UM-B. Perry 24 run (Shanks pass), 3:37 
Third Quarter 

UM-B. Perry 31 run (Novak kick), 12:10 

UM-S. Hill 4 run (Novak kickl, 8:14 
Fourth Quarter 

UM-V. Siljkovic 44 field goal, 12:43 

EMU-E. Klaban 44 field goal, 8:54 

UM-J. Crawford 2 run (Siljkovic kick), 5:07 



First Downs 
Rushes-Yards 
Comp-Att-Int 
Passing Yards 
Return Yards 
Sacked-Yards Lost 
Punts 

Fumbles-Lost 
Penalties-Yards 
Time of Possession 



MD 

27 

52-280 

16-25-0 

1% 

35 

0-0 

2-46.0 

2-1 

5-45 

31:21 



EMU 

9 

29-24 

15-30-2 

100 

73 

5-39 

9-29.7 

0-0 

5-46 

28:39 



INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS 

RUSHING-Maryland. Perry 16-133,Hamson 7-50. Crawford 8- 

38,Lynch 5-23,Riley 7-18. EMU.Roberson 16-31. Watson 2-12. 

PASSING-Maryland.Hill 15-21-0-187, Harrison 1-4-0-9. EMU, 

Edwards 10-22-2-69, Carey 5-7-0-31. 

RECEIVING-Maryland. Gary 6- 76, Williams 4-28, Whitmer 3-69, 

Shanks 2-17,Riley 1-6. EMU. Walter 5-36.Archie3-16.lbom 2- 

6,Robersonl-19. 

MISSED FIELD GOALS-Maryland. Novak 28.40. 

TACKLES Maryland. Henderson 5-3-8.T.Jadcson4-1-5,Graves 

3-2-5,Joel-4-S,Ambush3-l-4.EMU.Philpot5-4-9.Brooks 

6-2-8. 

A-42.105. 



±" 




200 / 5&&&WV review 




Sept 22, 2001 • 3:30 p.m. 
Groves Stadium 
Winston-Salem, N.C. 



WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. - Bruce Perry rushed for a career-high 276 yards, scoring 
on runs of 50 and 80 yards, as Maryland beat Wake Forest, 27-20. 

The game featured the two top rushers in the Atlantic Coast Conference in 
Perry and Wake's Tarence Williams, who came into the game averaging 137 yards. 
Williams finished with 100 yards - 70 coming in the second half — but could never 
find the kind of holes that allowed Perry to rumble frequently into the secondary. 

Perry finished with the second-highest rushing total in school history and the 
seventh-highest in ACC history. 

Perry opened with an 80-yard touchdown run. He added a 50-yard score with 
8:38 to play in the game that gave theTerps (3-0,2-0 ACC) a 27-13 edge. 

The Deacons (2-1, 0-1) answered with a 42-yard TD pass from James 
MacPherson to Jason Anderson that pulled them to 27-20 with 6:54 to play. The Dea- 
cons had two late chances to tie 
the game. / at..„ i .... . .. 

The first drive ended f BOX SCOre 
with an incompletion, while a 
Tony Jackson interception in 
the end zone with 39 seconds 
to play stopped the second. 

Maryland had 519 
yards of offense and got 222 
passing yards from quarter- 
back Shaun Hill. 

The Terps led 10-3 at 
halftime, but made several 
mistakes that kept Wake Forest 
close. The Terps had a 13-yard 
scoring pass from Hill to Daryl 
Whitmer called back because 
of a holding penalty in the sec- 
ond quarter. On its next drive, 
Maryland moved the ball 72 
yards on 12 plays, but turned 
the ball over when safety 
Adrian Duncan intercepted a 
pass in the end zone just before 
halftime. 



Maryland 
Wake Forest 



1st 

7 
3 



2nd 
3 





3rd 

7 
7 



4th Final 
10 27 
10 20 



First Quarter 

UM- B. Perry 80 run (Novak kick), 1 4:40 

WFU T Ashe 25 field goal, 5:28 
Second Quarter 

UMN Novak 27 field goal, 8:30 
Third Quarter 

UM-M. Riley 1 run (Novak kick), 8:20 

WFU-F.Williams 1 1 run (Ashe kick). 1:47 
Fourth Quarter 

UMN. Novak 29 field goal, 12:31 

WFU-F.Ashe 37 field goal. 10:25 

UM-B. Perry 50 run (Novak kick), 8:38 

WFU-J. Anderson 42 pass from ). MacPherson, 6:54 



First Downs 
Rushes- Yards 
(omp-Att-Int 
Passing Yards 
Return Yards 
Sacked-Yards Lost 
Punts 

Fumbles-Lost 
Penalties-Yards 
lime of Possession 



MD 

24 

51-297 

1623-2 

222 

18 

2-16 

5 39.4 

0-0 

9-99 

30:56 



WFU 

18 

46-163 

17-32-1 

216 

97 

1-12 

5-48.8 

0-0 

4-30 

29:04 



INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS 

RUSHING Maryland, Perry 30-276, Riley 12-25,Crawford 1-8. 

WFU, T. Williams 23-100, Stone 7-26, Slaton 6-24, Davis 1-15, 

PASSING Maryland,HiH16 2) 2 222 WFU.MacPhcrson 16-29- 

I 214, Young 13-0-2 

RECEIVING Maryland, Gary 5 77, William 

eyl-13 Duganl 10 WFU.Ander- 
sonS-88.Davis5 80,Stone4 41, Thomas 1 Jt.Mughellil 4 
MISSED FIELD GOALS Maryland • 
TACKLES Maryland Htndenon II i, l7,Thompsoii 

idoon4-3- 
M.Chukwumal 

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Sent 29, 2001 • Noon 
virqimaj Byrd Stadium 

College Park, Md. 

COLLEGE PARK, Md. - Bruce Perry ran for 153 yards and a touchdown Saturday 
as the Terrapins won their fourth straight, 32-20, over error-prone West Virginia. 

The Terrapins are soaring to new heights under Ralph Friedgen, who joins 
H.C'Curley" Byrd as the only two coaches to begin their first season at Maryland 
with four straight wins. 

It was the fourth straight 1 00-yard game for Perry to start the season, who 
carried 31 times and caught two passes for 28 yards against a defense geared to stop 
him. 

Shaun Hill threw for a touchdown and ran for another as Maryland improved 
to 4-0 for the second time since 1978. The 1 995 team started 4-0 but faded to a 6-5 
finish and did not receive a bowl bid. 

Avon Cobourne ran for 1 28 yards and Shawn Terry returned a kickoff 100 yards 
for West Virginia (2-2). But 

Box Score 1 



Brad Lewis threw four inter- 
ceptions and the Mountain- 
eers lost two fumbles. 

TheMountaineers'fifth 
turnover enabled theTerrapins 
to take a 25-13 lead with 41 
seconds left in the third quar- 
ter. After Randall Jones re- 
turned an interception 30 
yards, Guilian Gary caught a 
pass from Hill on a slant pat- 
tern and sprinted the rest of 
the way for a 29-yard score. 

Maryland later got 
some breathing room with an 
81-yard drive capped by Hill's 
1-yard sneak with 12:11 left. 
Perry accounted for 47 yards, 
including 18 on a pass from 
Hill. 

Maryland took advan- 
tage of two turnovers to go up 
19-13 at halftime. WVU's first 
possession ended with an in- 
terception in the end zone by 
Tony Jackson, and late in the 
half Mike Whaley scooped up 
a Lewis fumble and ran 52 
yards for a touchdown. 

Lewis went 31 -for- 52 
for 279 yardsand a touchdown, 
but his five turnovers were too 
much for WVU to overcome. 



:: West Virginia 
I Maryland 






1st 

7 



2nd 
13 
12 



3rd 

7 



Final 
20 
32 



First Quarter 

J UM-M. Riley 3 run (Novak kick), 3:55 

Second Quarter 
WVU B. Rauh 27 field goal, 14:57 
UM-B. Perry 6 run (Novak kick blocked), 1 1 :40 
WVU-B. Rauh 34 field goal. 9:31 
WVU P. Braxton 8 pass from B. Lewis (Rauh kick),4:31 
UM-M. Whaley 52 fumble return (Siljkovic kick failed), 2:15 

Third Quarter 
UM G Gary 29 pass from S. Hill (pass failed). 0:41 
WVU-S. Terry 100 kickoff return (Rauh kick), 0:24 

Fourth Quarter 
UM-S Hill 1 run (Novak kick). 12:11 



First Downs 
Rushes-Yards 
Comp Att tnt 
Passing Yards 
Return Yards 
Sacked-Yards Lost 
Punts 

Fumbles-Lost 
Penalties-Yards 
Time of Possession 



MD 
23 

52-181 

13-32-0 

192 

81 

2-22 

10-44.6 

0-0 

7-80 

28:17 



WVU 
27 

43-151 

31 52-4 

279 

176 

3-37 

3-36.0 

3-2 

5-4S 

31:43 



INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS 

RUSHING Maryland, Perry 31-153, Killian 2-16, Riley 6 12, 

Crawford 2 7, WVU, A Cobourne 3 1 ■ 1 28, C. Rego 1 - 1 3, B. Lewis 

■i n 

PASSING Maryland, Hill 13-32-0-192. WVU, Lewis 31-52-4- 

779 

RECEIVING Maryland, Gary 6 81, Williams 3 37, Perry 2-28. 

Monroe I 32, Parson 114 WVU. A Brown 10-108, Braxton 7- 

7 i.'iu s '■" Nasi 

MISSED FIELD GOALS none 

TACKLES Maryland. Henderson 14 4 18, Littles 6-2-8,Joe 3- 

kson 1-3-7,1 iikanlawon 4-7-6. R. Jones 4-2-6. 

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Bobby Dodd Stadium 
Atlanta, Ga. 



Box Score 



Virginia 
Maryland 



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2nd 

7 

24 



3rd 4th 
14 
17 



Final 
21 
41 



COLLEGE PARK, Md. Off to their best start in 23 years, the Maryland Terrapins 
found themselves in a rather unaccustomed spot after playing UVa -- alone atop the 
ACC. 

Shaun Hill threw for two touchdown passes and Bruce Perry ran for 143 yards 
and a score as No. 25 Maryland remained unbeaten by defeating Virginia, 41 -21. 

The Terrapins let a 24-7 halftime lead dwindle to three points, then pulled 
away in the fourth guarter to snap a nine-game losing streak against the Cavaliers 
and emerge as the lone undefeated team in the ACC through October 6. 

Billy McMullen had 1 1 catches for 1 75 yards and a TD for UVa. Backup QB Matt 
Schaub was 20-for-33 for 271 yards and a TD, but he threw a costly fourth-guarter 
interception. 

After Virginia closed to 24-21 late in the third guarter, Hill capped an 80-yard 
drive with a five-yard touch- 
down pass to Jafar Williams 
with 13:26 left. Maryland's 
Tony Okanlawon then returned 
an interception 34 yards to the 
Virginia 28, setting up a six- 
yard touchdown run by Perry. 

That assured Maryland 
its first win over Virginia since 
1 991 and its first 5-0 start since 
1978. Hill went 22-for-35 for 
237 yards and ran for a score. 
Perry had a career-high eight 
catches for 51 yards. 

The Terrapins scored 
two touchdowns in a 73-sec- 
ond span to go up by 17 points 
at halftime. After Hill threw a 
53-yard touchdown pass to 
Gary, Maryland's Curtis Will- 
iams blocked a punt and Leroy 
Ambush recovered the ball in 
the end zone. 

Held to four yards on 
five carries over the first 15 
minutes, Perry took a pitch and 
ran 45 yards on the first play of 
the second guarter to set up a 
four-yard touchdown run by 
Hill. 



Second Quarter 

IMS. Hill 4 run (Novak kick), 13:26 

UM-N. Novak 25 field goal, 6:25 

UVa-B. McMullen 63 pass from M Schaub (Greene kick), 5:30 

UM G.Gary 53 pass from S. Hill (Novak kick), 1 :51 

UM-L Ambush recovers blocked punt (Novak kick), 0:38 
Third Quarter 

UVa-A.Hams 13 pass from M. Schaub (Greene kick), 12:24 

UVa-M.Schaub 3 run (Greene kick),3:04 
Fourth Quarter 

UM-J.Williams 5 pass from S. Hill (Novak kick), 13:26 

UM-B. Perry 6 run (Novak kick), 9:16 

UM-N. Novak 33 field goal, 2:36 





MD 


UVa 


First Downs 


23 


16 


Rushes- Yards 


55-243 


25-64 


Comp-Alt-Int 


22-35-1 


21-38-1 


Passing Yards 


237 


281 


Return Yards 


126 


66 


Sacked-Yards Lost 


2-20 


0-0 


Punts 


3-35.7 


6-38.7 


Fumbles-Lost 


1-1 


3-1 


Penalties-Yards 


9-85 


7-79 


Time of Possession 


37:09 


22:51 



INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS 

RUSHING Maryland. Perry 25-143,Riley 10-51, Hill 16-47.UVa, 
Harris 12-39. Foreman 5-28, Pearman 3-11. 
PASSING Maryland. Hill 22-35-1-237. UVa. Schaub 20-33-1- 
271. 

RECEIVING-Maryland.Perry 8-51. Gary 5-99.Williams3-14.Par- 
son2-18,Riley l-18.Monroe MS.Dugan l-13.Lynch 1-9.UVa, 
McMullen 1 1 - 1 75. Mason 3-42. Luzar 2-22, Anderson 2-1 2, Har- 
ris 1-13. 

MISSED FIELD GOALS Maryland. Novak 33. UVa, Greene 22 
(blocked). 

TACKLES Maryland.T. Jackson 5-4 -9,Joe 3-5-8. C.Hill 2-4-6, 
C. Cox 4-1 -5, Henderson 2-3-5. R. Jones 1 -3-4. UVa. Duckeit 
7-8 -15,Crowell 4-1 1-15, Pope 4-7-11, Evans 5-5-10. Newby 
3-6-9. 
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ATLANTA — When Ralph Friedgen and George O'Leary are sitting in their rock- 
ing chairs by the lake, boy, will they have a story to tell about the first time they 
sguared off as head coaches. 

Nick Novak kicked a 26-yard field goal in overtime and Maryland {Uo.22 AP/ 
No.20 ESPN/USA Today) remained unbeaten when Joe Burns fumbled for 15th-ranked 
Georgia Tech, giving Friedgen a 20-1 7 victory over his former school. Novak, a redshirt 
freshman, forced the extra session with a career-long 46-yard field goal on the final 
play of regulation and the Terps' win was their first over a ranked opponent since 
1990, a span of 33 games. 

Tech won the coin toss and put Maryland on offense first. The Terps picked up 
a first down before settling for Novak's short field goal. The ball then went to the 
Yellow Jackets and on 2nd-and-7, Burns took a handoff on a simple run up the middle 
but appeared to hit one of his ^^m— a— e-g-g—— aa— ■-— a- 

Box Score 

hi 2nd 3rd 4th 01 Final 
Maryland 7 7 

Georgia Tech 



own lineman as he tried to cut. 
The ball popped loose, safety 
Randall Jones fell on it for the 
Terrapins and the game ended, 
Maryland victorious. 

The drive to tie the 
game in the fourth started 
when the Terps got the ball at 
their own 20 and drove to the 
Tech 46, where Shaun Hill 
hooked up with freshman Rich 
Parson on a 17-yard comple- 
tion on 3rd down. Maryland 
then spiked the ball and Novak 
booted the long field goal as 
time ran out. 

Maryland's first score 
came early when Burns 
fumbled while taking a 
handoff from Godsey and E.J. 
Henderson scooped it up at the 
36 and ran the other way for a 
TD less than three minutes into 
the game. 

The Terrapins made it 
14-0 in the second after an- 
other Jackets turnover 
launched an eight-play, 68- 
yard drive that ended with 
Jafar Williams scoring on an 
11 -yard reverse. 



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3 

10 



Fint Quarter 

UM-E J. Henderson 36 fumble recovery (Novak kick), 12:47 
Second Quarter 

UM J Williams 11 run (Novak kick).6:13 
Third Quarter 

GT-Bums fumble recovery in end zone (Manget kick), 6:32 
Fourth Quarter 

GT-J. Smith 2S pass from G. Godsey (Manget kick), 14:54 

GT-Manget 39 field goal, 6:33 

UM-N. Novak 46 field goal. 0:00 
Overtime 

UM-N. Novak 26 field goal 



First Downs 
Rushes- Yards 
Comp-Art-Int 
Passing Yards 
Return Yards 
Sacked-Yards Lost 
Punts 

Fumbles-Lost 
Penalties-Yards 
Time of Possession 



MD 

19 

34-92 

21-41-2 

210 

56 

3-17 

7-44.7 

0-0 

8-53 

37:09 



GJ 

20 

39-50 

26-45-3 

320 

49 

4-27 

5-42.2 

6-3 

8-75 

30:09 



INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS 

RUSHING Maryland, Perry 18-49, Hill 14-29, Williams 1-11, 

Lynch l-3.Ga.Tech,Burns20-57.Ford8-14,Watkins 1-7. 

PASSING Maryland.Hill 20-39-2-206.Bamard l-l-0-4.Ga.Tech. 

Godsey 26-45-3-320. 

RECEIVING-Maryland.Williams7-73.Perry5-29.Gary4-60.Par- 

son2-23,Shanlcs1-l7,Lynchl-4,Dugan 1-4. Ga.Tech. Campbell 

9-108. Smith 5-49. Glover 5-36, Watkins 3-68. Matvay 3-39, 

Bums 1-9. 

MISSED FIELD GOALS Maryland. Novak 32. Ga.Tech. Manget 

37. 

TACKLES Maryland. Henderson 13-5-18, Thompson 7-5-12. 

T.Jadcson 6-6-12, Whaley 9-2-11, Joe 5-6-11. Okanlawon 5- 

2-7.Starics 3-3~6.Ga.Tech,Wimbush 3-10-13.Rogers 7-1-8, 

Young 6-2-8, Mitchell 1-6-7. Hester 5-1-6. 

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Oct. 20, 2001 • 1 p.m. 
Byrd Stadium 
College Park, Md. 



COLLEGE PARK, Md. — Unbeaten Maryland has opened 2001 with a seven- 
game winning streak and the confidence generated by a 59-17 rout of Duke. 

With scouts from the Sugar Bowl in attendance, the No. 12 Terrapins made 34 
first downs, amassed 697 yards in total offense and punted only once — on the final 
play of the game. 

Shaun Hill passed for 323 yards, ran for 105 and led the Terrapins to touch- 
downs on their first six possessions as Maryland built a 42-10 halftime lead. 

The 59 points are Maryland's second-most in an ACC game behind only a 62- 
point effort against Virginia in 1975. Five different players scored TDs, led by Hill, who 
ran for two and threw for an- 
other. Hill completed 26-of -32 
passes before being pulled late 
in the third quarter with Mary- 
land up 52-10. 

The Terrapins' 7-0 start 
is the team's best since 1978, 
and the seven wins its most 
since 1985, the last time the 
Terps won an ACC title. 

Duke committed three 
turnovers in the first half, each 
of which was converted by 
Maryland into a touchdown. 

After Duke went three- 
and-out on its first series, the 
Terps moved 58 yards on five 
runs to take a 7-0 lead. Rich 
Parson had a 3 1 -yard run, Bruce 
Perry ran three times for 25 
yards.and Hill capped the drive 
with a two-yard run over left 
tackle. 

Hill ran the same play 
on Maryland's second posses- 
sion, this time running for 57 
yards to the Duke 22. Three 
plays later. Perry scored from 
the 12. Tony Jackson then in 
tercepted Bryant's pass, setting 
up a 1 4-yard touchdown run by 
James Lynch for a 2 1 -0 lead. 



Box Score 

lit 2nd 3rd 
Duke 7 3 
Maryland 21 21 10 


4th Final 
7 17 
7 59 


First Quarter 


UM-S. Hill 2 run (Novak kick), 12:20 


UM-B. Perry 12 run (Novak kick), 7:16 




UM-J. Lynch 14 run (Novak kick), 6:22 




DUN. Brzezinski 7 pass from D. Bryant (Garber kick), 1:37 


Second Quarter 




UM-J. Dugan 4 pass from S. Hill (Novak kick), 14:01 


UM-M. Riley 1 run (Novak kick), 12:34 




DU-B.Garber 28 field goal, 10:26 




UM-S. Hill 1 run (Novak kick), 6:50 




Third Quarter 




UM-N. Novak 23 field goal, 7:20 




UM-M. Riley 9 run (Novak kick), 2:41 




fourth Quarter 




DU-C. Douglas 4 run (Garber kick), 10:42 




UM-L Harrison 6 run (Novak kick), 4:33 




MD 


DU 


First Downs 34 


18 


Rushes-Yards 54-362 


35-133 


Comp-Att Int 28-36-1 


13-32-3 


Passing Yards 335 


163 


Return Yards 112 


121 


Sacked-Yards Lost 1-7 


2-10 


Punts 1-43 


6-41.8 


Fumbles-Lost 3-2 


31 


Penalties-Yards 9-«8 


3-15 


Time of Possession 33:40 


26:20 



INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS 

RUSHING Maryland. Hill 11105, Perry 13-79, Harrison 5-47. 
Parson 2-39. Riley 9-36, Crawford 7-26. DU, Wade 1 3-88, Dou- 
glas 15-43, Dargan I n 

PASSING Maryland. Hill 32 26 1-323. Harrison 3-2-0-12 DU. 
Bryant 29 12 3 160, Smith 2-1-0-3. 
RECEIVING Maryland, Perry 6 62,Murphy 5 70.Gar , 
hams 3 21, Monroe 2-50. Dugan 2 22, Riley 2 18,Lynch 1 18. 
Parson 1-9. Crawford 17 DU, Douglas 4-30, Erd. 
Sharpe/ l6,Bm 

MISSED Flf ID GOALS Maryland, Novak 50. 
TACKLES Maryland. Henderson 10 2- 12.Henley6 2 8,Moye 
Ltttli 
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Oct 27, 2001 • 330 p.m. 
Doak Campbell Stadium 
Tallahassee, Fla. 




TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — Chris Rix came back from an early injury and threw five 
touchdown passes to lead Florida State (No. 1 9 ESPN/USA Today, No. 18 AP) to a 52- 
31 victory that ended Maryland's perfect season and put the Seminoles right back in 
the middle of the ACC title hunt. 

Rix threw twoTD passes toTalman Gardner late in the second quarter to help 
the Seminoles claim a 21 -1 7 halftime lead and then threw three more TD passes in 
the fourth quarter. 

Maryland (No.10AP/No.12 ESPN/USA Today) tied it at 31 with 1:53 left in the 
third quarter on quarterback Shaun Hill's one-yard sneak, but the Terps fell apart in 
the game's final quarter. 



Rix teamed with 
Gardner, who finished with six 
catches for 1 40 yards and three 
scores, Javon Walker and 
Atrews Bell for the decisive 
fourth-quarter touchdowns. 
Florida State scored its points 
in bunches.getting 21 second- 
quarter points in less than 
three minutes and putting up 
21 more in just over 5 minutes 
in the final period. 

Maryland, plagued 
later in the game with four 
turnovers, took its early lead on 
a 65-yard touchdown run by 
261-pound fullback James 
Lynch and a one-yard run by 
Marc Riley. 

But then Rix started 
throwing darts to his wideouts, 
combining twice for touch- 
downs with Gardner on plays 
covering 16and9yardsaround 
Michael Boulware's 23-yard in- 
terception return that cata- 
pulted the Seminoles into a 
21-14 advantage in a span of 
just 2 minutes and 57 seconds. 

Maryland's Bruce Perry, 
the ACC's leading rusher.picked 
up 67 yards and went over 
1,000 (1,016) on the season. 



First Quarter 

UM-J. Lynch 65 run (Novak kick), 1:42 
Second Quarter 

UM-M. Riley 1 run (Novak kick),6:16 
FSU-T. Gardner 16 pass from Rix (Beitia kick), 4:45 
FSU-M.Boulware 23 interception return (Beitia kick), 4:32 
FSU-T.Gardner 9 pass from Rix (Beitia kick), 1:48 
UM-N Novak 51 field goal, 0:00 

Third Quarter 
UM-B. Perry 5 run (Novak kick),1 1:08 
FSU-X. Beitia 31 field goal, 8:51 
FSU-GJones 5 run (Beitia kick),6:50 
UM-S. Hill 1 run (Novak kick), 1:53 

Fourth Quarter 
FSU-T.Gardner 28 pass from Rix (Beitia kick), 12:28 
FSU-J Walker 22 pass from Rix (Beitia kick), 11:17 
FSU-A. Bell 3 1 pass from Rix (Beitia kick), 6:56 



First Downs 
Rushes-Yards 
Comp-Att-Int 
Passing Yards 
Return Yards 
Sacked-Yards Lost 
Punts Avg, 
Fumbles-Lost 
Penalties-Yards 
Time of Possession 



MD 
20 

38-214 

21-37-2 

214 

9 

1-3 

6-47 

4-2 

9-77 

31:27 



FSU 

23 

39-134 

16-27-1 

363 

73 

3-24 

4-34 

0-0 

7-60 

28:33 



INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS 

RUSHING Maryland.Lynch 3-71, Perry 13-67, Hill 13-48, 
Riley 5-17, Killian 3-8, Parson 13. FSU, Maddox 12-51, Jones 
1 2-39, Rix 6-34. McCray 6-18. Thorpe 1-5, McPherson 2- 
(minus 13). 

PASSING MarylandHiim -37 -2 214 FSU.Rix 15-24-1-350. 
RECEIVING M.uvland,Perry6-70, Williams 3-48.Whitmiv I 
33, Monroe 2 22. Lynch 2-1 3, Murphy 2- 12, Gary 1-9, Parson 
1-5, Dugan 12 FSU. Gardner 6-140. Bell 4-104.Walker 2-48, 
Donaldson 2- 14. Thorpe 151 
MISSEDEIELDGOALS none 

tackles Maryland Henderson 9 i 13, Hltl 7-3-10, Jackson 
Move MoonM i B White) 6 I I I 

WilsonSO 5 FSU. Jennings 6 8 14,Pope3 7 lO.Boulware 

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Box Score 

Troy State 
Maryland 



2nd 

24 



3rd 

7 
10 



4lh 
7 
3 



Final 
14 
47 



COLLEGE PARK, Md. - Shaun Hill threw for 228 yards and two TDs as Maryland 
cruised to a 47- 1 4 victory over Troy State. 

The victory was a complete one. The Terps (8-1 ) scored on six of eight posses- 
sions in building a 34-0 halftime lead. Maryland's defense limited Troy State to two 
first downs and 26 yards in the decisive first half. 

TSU came into the game with a three-game win streak that included a 21-9 
upset of Mississippi State, but it was no match for Maryland, which last won eight 
games in 1985. 

The Terrapins (No. 1 5 AP/No. 16 ESPN/USA Today) took a 7-0 lead with less than 
five minutes elapsed. Marc Riley burst through a hole at right tackle on 3rd-and-1 and 
ran for a 69-yard TD, his eighth score of the year. 

Later in the quarter, 
Scooter Monroe made an over- 
the-shoulder catch of a per- 
fectly thrown Hill spiral for a 42- 
yard gain, setting up the first of 
Nick Novak's four field goals. 

The Trojans got their ini- 
tial first down on the ensuing 
possession, but E.J. Henderson 
subsequently blocked a punt to 
give theTerrapins the ball at the 
Troy State 30. Six plays later, 
Bruce Perry took a screen pass 
17 yards to make it 17-0. 

After a Trojan punt, Perry 
capped a 46-yard drive with a 
10-yard run, putting Maryland 
up 24-0. It was Perry's 11th 
touchdown, tied for eighth on 
the school's single-season list. 
Minutes later, Hill ended 
a 65-yard drive with a 15-yard 
TD pass to Daryl Whitmer.Troy 
State then punted again, leav- 
ing enough time for Novak to 
kick a 50-yard field goal on the 
final play of the half. 

It was 44-0 in the third 
quarter before Demontray 
Carter returned a kickoff 79 
yards, which led to 17-yard 
touchdown pass from Brock 
Nutter to Heyward Skipper. By 
that time, Maryland was al- 
ready looking forward to 
Clemson. 



Fint Quarter 

UM-M. Riley 69 run (Novak kick). 10:11 

UM-N, Novak 33 field goal, 4:35 
Second Quarter 

UM-B. Perry 17 pass from S. Hill (Novak kick). 12:51 

UM-B. Perry 10 ran (Novak kick), 7:01 

UM-D.Whitmer 15 pass from S. Hill. 1 30 

UM-N. Novak 50 field goal. 0:00 
Third Quarter 

UM-N. Novak 25 field goal, 6:49 

UM-J. Crawford 3 run (Novak kick), 4:11 

TSU-H. Skipper 1 7 pass from B. Nutter (Boteler kick). 3:06 
Fourth Quarter 

TSU-E. Felton 33 pass from H. Bearden (Boteler kick),9:18 

UM-N. Novak 46 field goal. 3:23 



First Downs 
Rushes-Yards 
Comp-Att-Int 
Passing Yards 
Return Yards 
Sacked-Yards Lost 
Punts 

Fumbles-Lost 
Penalties-Yards 
Time of Possession 



MD 

25 

55-277 

17-29-0 

232 

58 

1-9 

4-42.5 

0-0 

8-74 

33:19 



TSU 

15 

26-H) 

19-36-1 

272 

5 

8-72 

8-36.3 

3-1 

6-60 

26:41 



INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS 

RUSHING Maryland. Riley 7-86. Crawford 13-47. Perry 10-45. 

Hamson7-43.HilM0-22.TSU.Carter10-27,Blad(3-15.Benerson2- 

9 

PASSING-Maryland,Hill 15-22 -0-228.TSU, Nutter 14-27-0-184. 

RECEIVING-Maryland.Gary 4- 79, Williams 4-39.Whitmer 3- 

38, Monroe 2-54. Lynch 2-9. TSU, Day 7-102, Samples 4-60, 

Skipper 4-46. 

MISSED FIELD GOALS none. 

TACKLES Maryland. Henderson 5-5-10, Chance 5-2-7. C. Hill 

3-3-6, Moye-Moore 3-2-5, Cochran 0-5-5. Cox 4-0-4. Swift 

3-l-4.TSU,Yamini 4-7-11. Mctlain 4-6-10, Coleman 6-3-9. 

Sears 4-3-7. 

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Byrd Stadium 
College Park, Md. 







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Byrd Stadium 
College Park, Md. 



Box Score 



Clemson 
Maryland 



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3 

7 



2nd 
3 
10 



3rd 




Final 
20 
37 



COLLEGE PARK, Md. — Maryland's rare victory over Clemson was followed by 
an even more unusual occurrence: the goal posts being torn down at Byrd Stadium. 

Shaun Hill passed for 189 yards and twoTOs as Maryland (No. 13 AP/No. 11 
ESPN/USA Today) ended an eight-game skid against Clemson and gained sole pos- 
session of first place in the ACC with a 37-20 victory. 

Adding another highlight to a remarkable turnaround season, the Terrapins 
(9-1,6-1) thrilled their first sellout crowd since 1995 by taking a 17-6 halftime lead 
and cruising behind a defense that had four second-half interceptions. 

Maryland led 34-6 in the fourth quarter before Clemson managed to make 
the final score appear deceptively close. When the game ended, thousands stormed 
the field to celebrate. 

Playing with the same 
confidence and poise they've 
showed all season, the Terps 
scored on their first possession 
and never let up in delighting 
their largest home crowd 
(52,462) since 1983. Maryland 
finished 7-0 at home, a school 
record, and set the school 
record for points (367) in a sea- 
son. 

After throwing for 177 
yards in the decisive first half, 
Hill did most of his work on the 
ground after halftime.finishing 
with 54 yards on 1 2 carries. 

Clemson quarterback 
Woody Dantzler left early in 
the fourth after going 1 1-for- 
22 for 153 yards and a career- 
high three interceptions. He 
had only 30 yards rushing, 62 
below his average. 

Wasting no time in 
proving that big-game jitters 
would not be a factor, the Terps 
moved 80 yards after the open- 
ing kickoff. Hill completed two 
third-down passes and 
Clemson was called for two 
penalties before Riley bulled in 
from the one. 



First Quarter 

UM-M. Riley 1 run (Novak kick), 10:38 

CU-A. Hunt 26 field goal, 5:57 
Second Quarter 

CU-A, Hunt 44 field goal, 10:31 

UM-N. Novak 29 field goal, 4:28 

UM-G.Gary 10 pass from S Hill (Novak kick), 0:56 
Third Quarter 

UM-B Perry 7 pass from S. Hill (Novak kick), 5:26 
Fourth Quarter 

UM-N. Novak 20 field goal, 12:22 

UM-M. Riley 1 run (Novak kick). 10:49 

CU-D. Hamilton 100 kickoff return (Hunt kick), 10:26 

CU-R. Crosby 12 pass from W.Simmons (Hunt kick),8:21 

UM-N. Novak 26 field goal. 3:13 





MD 


CU 


First Downs 


23 


20 


Rushes-Yards 


53-218 


35-123 


Comp-Att-Int 


12-21-0 


18-37-4 


Passing 


189 


218 


Return Yards 


113 


225 


Sacked-Yards Lost 


2-9 


3-21 


Punts 


4-43.5 


3-39.3 


Fumbles-Lost 


1-1 


0-0 


Penalties- Yards 


4-30 


11-79 


Time of Possession 


32:23 


27:37 



INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS 

RUSHING-Maryland. Perry 21-90. Riley 16-59. S. Hill 12-54. 

Lynch 3-12.Killianl-3.CU.Zacheryl0-44,Jasmin9-34.Dantzier 

11 -30. Scott 1-4. 

PASSING Maryland, Hill 12-22-0-189. CU. Dantzler 11-22-3- 

153,Simmons7-15-l-65. 

RECEIVING-Maryland.Gary 5-93.Perry3-37.Murphy2-17,Wil- 

liams 1-29. Dugan 1-13. CU. Crosby 4-61, McKelvey 4-45, 

Hamilton 3-52. 

MISSED FIELD GOALS Novak 62. 

TACKLES Maryland, Henderson 13-4-17, Jackson 8-4- 12, C 

Hill 5-5-10, Joe 8-0-8,Whaley S-3-8. Littles S-2-7. Foiworth 

5-0-5.CU.Hafley9-9-18.Leake4-S-9. Vaughn 4-3-7.Carson 

4-3-7 

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RALEIGH, N.C.- The play that clinched Maryland's first outright ACC championship 
in 1 6 years hadn't been used since fall camp.That's the same time first-year coach Ralph 
Friedgen began building a winning attitude among a group of players who refused to 
quit again against NC State. 

The Fridge and his Terps rallied late to slam the door on FSU's nine-year run as 
ACC champions, becoming one of the more unlikely champs in ACC lore with a 23-19 
win over NC State. 

Shaun Hill's eight-yard scoring pass to Guilian Gary with 41 seconds left capped 
a dream regular season for Friedgen and Maryland's long-suffering fans. 

NC State (6-4, 4-4) saw its three-game winning streak come to a close in dra- 
matic fashion on its home turf. The Wolfpack beat Florida State the week before and 
were gunning for consecutive wins over top 10 teams for the first time in school history. 

Friedgen pumped his fist in the air as the clock hit zero, becoming the first coach 
to win the ACC crown in his initial season in the league, going 7-1 . He also led the Terra- 
pins (No.10AP/No.9ESPN/USA 

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Today) to their first 10-win sea- 
son since 1976 and fifth in 
school history. 

NC State took a 19-16 
lead with 3:59 left as Philip Riv- 
ers completed 8 of 9 passes on 
an 80-yard drive. Meanwhile, 
Maryland looked like it lost a 
chance to win the ACC title out- 
right when NC State's Lamont 
Reid ran down Rich Parson from 
behind on a long pass play, forc- 
ing a fumble at the Wolfpack 1 
with 2:51 left. 

After the turnover, the 
Terrapins held, and got the ball 
backwith2:18remaining. 

Hill completed a 4th- 
and-5 play early in the drive to 
keep the 61-yard march alive. 
He then completed two more 
passes before the game-winner 
to Gary in the front right of the 
end zone. 

Maryland took its first 
lead with 8:51 left in the third 
when Hill led the Terps on a 15- 
play drive, cappri by a five-yard 
pass to Gary. Ao 
field goal five I 

theWolfpack the lead ttii 

tight defensive struggli 
up the final drama over 

linutes. 



Box Score 



Maryland 
NC State 



1st 


3 



2nd 
3 
6 



3rd 

7 
3 



4th 
13 

7 



Final 
23 
19 



First Quarter 

NCSU -A. Kiker 33 field goal, 3:50 
Second Quarter 

NCSU-A. Kiker 23 field goal. 10:40 

NCSU-A. Kiker 41 Held goal, 1:38 

UM-N. Novak 25 field goal, 0:05 
Third Quarter 

UM-G. Gary 5 pass from 5. Hill (Novak kick), 8:50 

NCSU-A. Kiker 27 field goal, 3:45 
Fourth Quarter 

UM-S. Hill 6 run (Hill pass failed), 9:32 

NCSU-C. Jackson 1 pass from P. Rivers (Kiker kick), 3:59 

UM-G. Gary 8 pass from S. Hill (Novak kick), 41 





MD 


NCSU 


First Downs 


22 


19 


Rushes-Yards 


36-103 


33-38 


Comp-Ati In! 


27-41-1 


27-43-1 


Passing 


296 


275 


Return Yards 


141 


134 


Sacked-YardsLost 


2-16 


2-15 


Punts 


4-43.0 


3-46.7 


Fumbles-lost 


2-2 


1-1 


Penalties-Yards 


4-30 


5-35 


Time of Possession 


29:04 


30:56 



INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS 

RUSHING Maryland,Perry21-91,SHillll 21. Riley 1 4 NCSU, 
Robinson 20-3S.Peterson 3 9,Colchery 1 I 
PASSING Maryland Hill U 41 1 796. NCSU, Rivers 27-43-1- 
275 

RECEIVING Maryland, Gary 7-74. Williams 6-63, 1 
Parson 3-80, Monroe 1 25. NCSU.Coteheryl 1-123, Peterson 5- 
61.Wrigh> 

MISSED HELD GOALS none 

TACKLES Maryland, Henderson 13-7-20, Jackson 1 I 10, 

Moye-MoorrO 10 lO.Whaliy / i 9, C Hill 6-3 'i Jones 4-S-- 

ii,Hudsonl7 7 l4,Pattmon6-2 H.Fisher 

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14 
7 



2nd 
14 
3 



3rd 

21 




4th Final 
7 56 
13 23 



Jan. 2, 2002 • 8 p.m. 
Pro Player Stadium 
Miami, Fla. 



MIAMI - Banished to the bench for the first 24 minutes of the Orange Bowl, Rex 
Grossman led Florida to touchdowns on his first six drives and the No. 5 Gators set 
record after record in a 56-23 defeat of No. 6 Maryland. 

Grossman threw for 248 yards and four touchdowns. Another so-called backup, 
third receiverTaylor Jacobs, caught 1 passes for 1 70 yards, both Orange Bowl records. 

The Gators showed they might, indeed, have the most talent in the nation, 
even though they wouldn't play for the national title in the Rose Bowl. 

Jacobs also caught two touchdown passes - one from Brock Berlin, one from 
Grossman - as the Gators (10-2) rolled to a rout, hardly distracted by Spurrier's deci- 
sion to bench Grossman. Berlin played about the way an untested sophomore would 
be expected to. His six drives to 
open the game produced two 
touchdowns and two intercep- 
tions, a bunch of nice passes 
and a handful of dreadful ones, 
a slim 14-10 lead despite a pro- 
lific 224 yards in total offense. 

While Berlin played, 
Grossman stood on the sideline 
with his helmet on, ready to go. 
But indeed, his time came, and 
his first six drives were much 
more impressive than Berlin's. 
The Heisman Trophy runner-up 
entered to big cheers with 6:03 
left in the second quarter and 
showed exactly how he earned 
the starting position and kept 
it through all 11 regular-sea- 
son games. 

Gaffney finished with 
seven catches for 1 1 8 yards, but 
Jacobs was the best receiver on 
this night, and he was selected 
the game's MVP, 

The teams combined 
for 79 points, breaking the 
combined record of 69 set by 
Texas and Georgia in 1949. 
Their 1,019 total yards broke 
the record of 903 set by Florida 
State and Notre Dame in 1996. 



Florida 
Maryland 
First Quarter 

UF-E. Graham 1 run (Chandler kick), 9:51 

UF-T. Jacobs 46 pass from B. Berlin (Chandler kick), 0:12 

UM-J. Williams 64 pass from S. Hill (Novak kick),0:00 
Second Quarter 

UM-N Novak 20 field goal, 12:20 

UF-T. Jacobs 15 pass from R.Grossman (Chandler kick), 2:1 8 

UF-J. Gaffney 4 pass from R. Grossman (Chandler kick), 0:03 
Third Quarter 

UF-E. Graham 6 run (Chandler kick), 11:22 

UF-R. Gillespie 1 1 run (Chandler kick), 7:26 

UF-J. Gaffney 33 pass from R.Grossman (Chandler kick), 2:52 
Fourth Quarter 

UM-M. Riley 1 run (Novak kick). 11:56 

UF-C. Perez 10 pass from R.Grossman (Chandler kick), 10:16 

UM-M. Riley 10 run (Novak kick), 5:10 



MD 


UF 


19 


30 


40-103 


25-203 


23-39-1 


33-49-2 


257 


456 


189 


93 


2-21 


3-14 


5-46.2 


2-53.0 


o-o 


2-1 


4-20 


6-43 


31:34 


28:26 



First Downs 
Rushes-Yards 
Comp-Att-Int 
Passing 
Return Yards 
Sacked Yards Lost 
Punts 

Fumbles-Lost 
Penalties- Yards 
Time of Possession 
INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS 

RUSHING Maryland, Hill 11-31, Riley 9-23. Perry 11-22, Par- 
son 4-18. Killian 1 lO.UF.Graham 16- 149, Gillespie 4-63, Sitter 
2 -9, Berlin 3-1-18). 

PASSING Maryland, Hill 23-39-1-257. UF, Grossman 20-28-0- 
248, Berlin 11 19 2-196. 

RECEIVING Maryland, Murphy 5 42, Williams 4 91. Gary 4-35. 
in. Jacobs 10-170, Gaffney 7-118, 
Caldwell 4 47 

MISSED FIELD GOALS none 

TACKLES Maryland, Henderson 10-2- - 1 2. littles 6-2—8, Joe 6- 
.' 6. UF, Johnson 9-4 13 
Ma 16 

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In This Section 

Annual Records & Finishes 136 

All-Time Composite Totals 137 

Coaching History 138 

Year-by-Year Results 139 

All-Time Series Results 146 

All-Time Series Records 149 

Terps in the Final Rankings 150 

All-Time Lettermen 151 



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ANNUAL RECORDS AND FINISHES 

Annual win-loss records since 1892 (SAIAA-South Atlantic Intercollegiate Athletic Association; SC-Southern Conference; ACC-Atlantic Coast Conference.) 



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1893 

1894 

1895 

1896 

1897 

1898 

1899 

1900 

1901 

1902 

1903 

1904 

1905 

1906 

1907 

1908 

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1911 

1912 

1913 

1914 

1915 

1916 

1917 

1918 

1919 

1920 

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1926 

1927 

1928 

1929 

1930 

1931 

1932 

1933 

1934 

1935 

1936 

1937 

1938 

1939 

1940 

1941 

1942 

1943 

1944 

1945 

1946 

1947 



Overall 
Record 

0-3-0 
6-0-0 
4-3-0 
NOTEAM 
6-2-2 
2-4-0 
2-5-1 
1-4-0 
3-4-1 
1-7-0 
3-5-2 
7-4-0 
2-4-2 
6-4-0 
5-3-0 
3-6-0 
3-8-0 
2-5-0 
4-3-1 
4-4-2 
6-1-1 
6-3-0 
5-3-0 
6-3-0 

-2-0 

-3-1 

-1-1 
5-4-0 
7-2-0 
3-5-1 
4-5-1 
7-2-1 
3-3-3 
2-5-1 
5-4-1 
4-7-0 
6-3-1 
4-4-2 
7-5-0 
8-1-1 
5-6-0 
3-7-0 
7-3-0 
7-2-2 
6-5-0 
8-2-0 
2-7-0 
2-7-0 
2-6-1 
3-5-1 
7-2-0 
4-5-0 

6-4-0 
9-1-0 
7-2-1 

7-2 



H 

0-1-0 
5-0-0 
3-0-0 

5-2-2 
2-2-0 
1-2-0 
1-1-0 
2-4-1 
1-4-0 
2-2-1 
4-1-0 
0-0-1 
5-1-0 
3-0-0 
1-2-0 
3-4-0 
1-1-0 
2-0-0 
4-3-2 
4-0-0 
4-2-0 
3-1-0 
6-0-0 
4-1-0 
3-0-0 
1-1-0 
2-2-0 
3-0-0 
0-1-0 
0-0-1 
5-0-0 
2-1-1 
1-1-0 
3-0-1 
2-1-0 
3-1-0 
1-2-1 
3-0-0 
3-0-1 
2-1-0 
2-1-0 
3-0-0 
1-0-1 
1-2-0 
3-0-0 
0-4-0 
1-2-0 
0-3-1 
2-1-0 
3-0-0 
2 2-0 
0-3-1 



A 

0-1-0 
1-0-0 
1-3-0 

1-0-0 
0-2-0 
1-3-1 
0-3-0 
1-0-0 
0-2-0 
0-2-1 
1-3-0 
2-4-1 
1-3-0 
2-2-0 
1-4-0 
0-4-0 
1-3-0 
1-3-1 
0-1-0 
2-1-1 
2-1-0 
2-2-0 
0-3-0 
2-1-0 
1-2-1 
1-0-1 
3-2-0 
4-2-0 
2-3-0 
3-5-0 
2-1-0 
1-1-1 
0-2-0 
1-3-0 
1-4-0 
1-1-1 
1-1-1 
2-4-0 
2-1-0 
2-2-0 
1-3-0 
0-3-0 
3-0-0 
2-2-0 
2-2-0 
0-3-0 
0-3-0 
0-3-0 
0-2-0 
1-2-0 
1-3-0 
0-3-0 
2-1-1 
0-4-0 
4-1-0 
4-2-0 
4-1-0 
M 1 



N 

0-1-0 



0-1-0 
1-1-0 
2-0-0 



0-1-0 
1-0-0 

0-1-0 
1-0-0 



1-1-1 

1-0-0 
0-1-1 
0-1-1 
1-2-1 
1-1-0 
1-2-0 
2-1-0 
2-1-0 
2-1-0 
3-0-0 
1-3-0 
0-3-0 
4-0-0 
3-2-1 
3-1-0 
3-0-0 
2-0-0 
1-2-0 
2-0-0 
l 2 l 
3-0-0 
1-0-0 
11-0 
1-0-0 
1-0-0 
0-1-1 

1-0-0 



PF 

(0.0) 
104(17.3) 
106(15.1) 

112(11.2) 
44(7.3) 

80(10.0) 
26(5.2) 
68(8.5) 
49(6.1) 
28 (2.8) 

104(9.5) 

33(4.1) 

131(13.1) 

98(12.3) 

44 (4.9) 
27 (2.5) 
19(2.7) 
78(9.8) 
37 (3.7) 

191 (23.8) 

184(20.4) 

72 (9.0) 

161 (17.9) 

142(17.8) 

89(11.1) 

57 (9.5) 

93(10.3) 

149(16.6) 

45 (5.0) 
77(7.7) 

216(21.6) 

74 (8.2) 

53 (6.6) 

161 (16.1) 

186(16.9) 

132(13.2) 

148(14.8) 

231 (19.3) 

194(19.4) 

148(13.5) 

107(10.7) 

143(14.3) 

127(11.5) 

117(10.6) 

127(12.7) 

86 (9.6) 

64(7.1) 

39(4.3) 

49(5.4) 

198(22.0) 

105(11.7) 

46(5.1) 

219(24.3) 

136(15.1) 

207(18.8) 

207 (20.7) 

266 (26.6) 

274(27.4) 

381(38.1) 

218(24.2) 



PA 

128(42.7) 

16(2.7) 

76(10.9) 

34 (3.4) 
68(11.3) 

147(18.4) 
157(31.4) 

67 (8.4) 
129(16.1) 

90(9.0) 

64 (5.8) 
62 (7.8) 
66 (6.6) 
73(9.1) 

71 (7.9) 
204(18.5) 
103(14.7) 

42 (5.3) 

72 (7.2) 
60(7.5) 

139(15.4) 
49(6.1) 
69(7.7) 
52 (6.5) 

159(19.9) 

35 (5.8) 
74(8.2) 
55(6.1) 

127(14.1) 

137(13.7) 

56(5.6) 

78 (8.7) 

82(10.3) 

93 (9.3) 

144(13.1) 

70 (7.0) 

133(13.3) 

142(11.8) 

98 (9.8) 

158(14.4) 

149(14.9) 

49(4.9) 

78(7.1) 

59 (5.4) 

65 (6.5) 
235(26.1) 
106(11.8) 
171(19.0) 
196(21.8) 
124(13.8) 
194(21.6) 
170(18.9) 
105(11.7) 
193(21.4) 
121(11.0) 
132(13.2) 

81 (8.1) 

120(12.0) 

75(7.5) 

85 (9.4) 



Conf. 



Conf. 

Rec. 



Conf. 
Finish 



SAIAA 
SC 

sc 

SC 

sc 
sc 
sc 
sc 
sc 
sc 
sc 
sc 
sc 
sc 
sc 
sc 
sc 
sc 
sc 
sc 
sc 
sc 
sc 
sc 
sc 
sc 
sc 
sc 
sc 
sc 
sc 
sc 



1-1-0 

1-2-0 
1-2-1 
3-1-0 
2-2-1 
0-4-0 
1-3-1 
2-3-0 
2-2-1 
1-2-1 
4 10 
4-0-0 
1-3-0 
1-4-0 
3-1-0 
3-1-1 
3-2-0 
2-0-0 
1-2-0 
0-1-0 
0-1-1 
1-2-0 
1-2-0 
2-0-0 
1-1-0 
3-2-0 
2-5-0 
3-2-1 
4-2-0 
4-0-0 
■1 1 1 
5-0-0 



na 

na 

na 

na 

na 

na 

na 

na 

na 

na 

na 

na 

na 

9th 

T-3rd 

3rd 

T-5th 

1st 

12th 

14th 

12th 

12th 

13th 

2nd 

6th 

T-5th 

12th 

T 6th 

6th 

2nd 

5th 

1 1st 



Final AP 
Coach Rank Bowl Game 

Will Skinner 
Samuel Harding 
J.G.Bannon 

Grenville Lewis 

Grenville Lewis 

Frank Kenly 

S.M.Cooke 

F.H.Peters 

Emmons Dunbar 

D.John Markey 

D.John Markey 

D.John Markey 

Fred Neilsen 

Fred Neilsen 

Charles Melick 

Bill Lang 

Bill Lang and Dr. Edward Larkin 

Royal Alston 

Charley Donnelly/H.C'Curley" Byrd 

H.C."Curley"Byrd 

H.C."Curley"Byrd 

H.C."Curley"Byrd 

H.C."Curley"Byrd 

H.C."Curley"Byrd 

H.C'Curley'Byrd 

H.C'Curley "Byrd 

H.C'Curley" Byrd 

H.C'Curley" Byrd 

H.C'Curley" Byrd 

H.C'Curley" Byrd 

H.C'Curley" Byrd 

H.C'Curley" Byrd 

H.C'Curley" Byrd 

H.C'Curley" Byrd 

H.C'Curley" Byrd 

H.C'Curley" Byrd 

H.C'Curley" Byrd 

H.C'Curley'Byrd 

H.C'Curley" Byrd 

H.C'Curley" Byrd 

H.C'Curley" Byrd 

H.C'Curley" Byrd 

Jack Faber 

Frank Dobson 

Frank Dobson 

Frank Dobson 

Frank Dobson 

Jack Faber/AI Heagy/AI Woods 

Jack Faber/AI Heagy/AI Woods 

Clark Shaughnessy 

Clarence Spears 

Clarence Spears 

Paul "Bear" Bryant 

Clark Shaughnessy 

JimTatum 

Jim latum 

JimTatum 

JimTatum 

JimTatum 

JimTatum 



Gator Bowl (Georgia, T, 20-20) 
#14 Gator Bowl (Missouri, W, 20-7) 



#3 
#13 



Sugar Bowl ( Tennessee, W, 28- 1 3) 



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Atlantic Coast 

Overall 

Record H 

10-1-0 5-0 

7-2-1 5-0 

10-1-0 5-0 

2-7-1 03 

5-5-0 3-2 

4-6-0 1 2 

5-5-0 4-1 

6-4-0 2-2 

7-3-0 4-1 

6-4-0 4-1 

3-7-0 2-3 

5-5-0 3-2 

4-6-0 1-4 

4-6-0 4-1 

0-9-0 0-4 

2-8-0 2-3 

3-7-0 2-3 

2-9-0 1-5 

2-9-0 2-4 

5-5-1 4-1 

8-4-0 4-2- 

8-4-0 5-1 

9-2-1 4-1 

11-1-0 6-0 

8-4-0 4-2 

9-3-0 4-1 

7-4-0 5-1- 

8-4-0 5-1- 

4-6-1 2-2 

8-4-0 5-1 

8-4-0 5-1 

9-3-0 2-2 

9-3-0 4-1 

5-5-1 1-3- 

4-7-0 3-1 

5-6-0 3-2 

3-7-1 2-3 

6-5-1 3-1 

2-9-0 1-3 

3-8-0 2-4- 

2-9-0 1-4- 

4-7-0 3-2- 

6-5-0 3-2 

5-6-0 4-2 

2-9-0 1-5- 

3-8-0 2-3 

5-6-0 3-3 

5-6-0 4-2- 

10-2-0 7-0- 



Conference Era 



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 
4-1-1 
5-0-0 
3-2-0 
5-1-0 
2-3-0 
3-2-0 
2-4-1 
3-2-0 
3-2-0 
5-1-0 
3-1-0 
4-2-0 
1-5-0 
2-4-0 
1-4-0 
3-3-0 
1-5-0 
1-4-0 
1-5-0 
1-5-0 
3-3-0 
1-3-0 
1-4-0 
1-4-0 
2-3-0 
1-4-0 
3-1-0 



N 

1 1 

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 

0-1-0 



PF 

298(27.1 
280(28.0 
217(19.7 

68 (6.8 
119(11.9 
132(13.2 
184(18.4 
171(17.1 
156(15.6 
170(17.0 
148(14.8 
164(16.4 
132(13.2 
180(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(17.6 
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 
390(35.5 



PA 

38(3.5) 
67(6.7) 
77(7.0) 
168(16.8) 
144(14.4) 
175(17.5) 
188(18.8) 
164(16.4) 
141(14.1) 
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(13.9) 
135(12.3) 
165(13.8) 
194(17.6) 
220(18.3) 
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) 
210(19.1) 



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 
ACC 



Conf. 


Conf. 


Rec. 


Finish 


3-0-0 


T-lst 


4-0-1 


2nd 


4-0-0 


T-lst 


2-2-1 


4th 


4-3-0 


T-3rd 


3-3-0 


5th 


4-2-0 


3rd 


5-2-0 


3rd 


3-3-0 


3rd 


5-2-0 


3rd 


2-5-0 


5th 


4-3-0 


T-3rd 


3-3-0 


T-5th 


3-3-0 


T-3rd 


0-6-0 


8th 


2-5-0 


7th 


3-3-0 


T 3rd 


2-4-0 


T-6th 


1-4-0 


7th 


3-2-1 


3rd 


5-1-0 


2nd 


6-0-0 


1st 


5-0-0 


1st 


5-0-0 


1st 


4-2-0 


T-3rd 


5-1-0 


2nd 


4-2-0 


T-2nd 


5-1-0 


2nd 


4-2-0 


3rd 


5-1-0 


2nd 


6-0-0 


1st 


6-0-0 


1st 


6-0-0 


1st 


2-3-1 


5th 


3-3-0 


5th 


4-3-0 


T-4th 


2-5-0 


6th 


4-3-0 


4th 


2-5-0 


6th 


2-6-0 


8th 


2-6-0 


T-7th 


2-6-0 


7th 


4-4-0 


T-5th 


3-5-0 


T-6th 


1-7-0 


8th 


1-7-0 


T-8th 


2-6-0 


T-8th 


3-5-0 


T-6th 


7-1-0 


1st 



Final AP 
Rank 
#1 



Coach 

JimTatum 
JimTatum 
JimTatum 
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 
RonVanderlinden 
RonVanderlinden 
RonVanderlinden 
RonVanderlinden 
Ralph Friedgen #11 



Bowl Game 

Orange Bowl (Oklahoma, L, 7-0) 

Orange Bowl (Oklahoma, L, 20-6) 



#20 
#13 
#13 

#8 

#20 



#20 

#12 
#18 



Peach Bowl (Georgia, L, 17- 16) 
Liberty Bowl (Tennessee, L.7-3) 
Gator Bowl (Florida, W, 13-0) 
Cotton Bowl (Houston, L, 30-21) 
Hall of Fame Bowl (Minnesota,W,17-7) 
Sun Bowl (Texas, L, 42-0) 

Tangerine Bowl (Florida, L, 35-20) 

Aloha Bowl (Washington, L, 2 1-20) 
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) 



Orange Bowl (Florida, L, 56-23) 



All-Time Composite Totals 



All-Time Record 

\ Total Games 

I Home 

At By rd Stadium (since 1 950) 

i Away 

' Neutral I 



.546-487-431.527) 

1076 

.295-167-17 (.633) 
.... 163-99-1 (.622) 
.189-266-16 (.419) 
.... 62-54-10 (.532) 



Points Scored .. 

| Points Against . 

Bowl Games .... 



18,026 

16,732 

6-10-2 (.389) 



All Conference Games 236-196-13 (.545) 

South Atlantic Intercollegiate Athletic Assoc. Games 1-1-0 (.500) 

Southern Conference Games 65-55-9 (.523) 

Atlantic Coast Conference Games 170-140-4 (.548) 

Total Atlantic Coast Conference Games 314 



ACC Finishes 

First 9 

Second 6 

Third 11 

Fourth 3 



Fifth 6 

Sixth 5 

Seventh 4 

Eighth 5 




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COACHING HISTORY 






Coach 

Will Skinner 
Samuel Harding 
J.G.Bannon 
Grenville Lewis 
Frank Kenly 
S.M.Cooke 
F.H.Peters 
Emmons Dunbar 
D.John Markey 
Fred Neilsen 
Charles Melick 
Bill Lang 

Bill Lang &E. Larkin 
Royal Alston 
Charley Donnelly 
H.C'Curley'Byrd 
Jack Faber* 
Frank Dobson 
Clark Shaughnessy 
Clarence Spears 
Paul "Bear" Bryant 
JimTatum 
Tommy Mont 
Tom Nugent 
Lou Saban 
Bob Ward 
Roy Lester 
Jerry Claiborne 
Bobby Ross 
Joe Krivak 
Mark Duffner 
RonVanderlinden 
Ralph Friedgen 



Years 

1892 

1893 

1894 

1896-97 

1898 

1899 

1900 

1901 

1902-04 

1905-06 

1907 

1908 

1909 

1910 

1911 

1911-34 

1935,1940-41 

1936-39 

1942,1946 

1943-44 

1945 

1947-55 

1956-58 

1959-65 

1966 

1967-68 

1969-71 

1972-81 

1982-86 

1987-91 

1992-96 

1997-2000 

2001- 



-faber served as co-head coach with Al Heagy andAI Woods in 1940-4 1 



Conference Championships 



Year 
1937 

1951 
1953 
1955 
1974 
1975 
1976 
1983 
1984 
1985 
2001 



Conference 

Southern 
Southern 
Atlantic Coast 
Atlantic Coast 
Atlantic Coast 
Atlantic Coast 
Atlantic Coast 
Atlantic Coast 
Atlantic Coast 
Atlantic Coast 
Atlantic Coast 





Coach 

Frank Dobson 
JimTatum 
JimTatum 
JimTatum 
Jerry Claiborne 
Jerry Claiborne 
Jerry Claiborne 
Bobby Ross 
Bobby Ross 
Bobby Ross 
Ralph Friedgen 



Bobby Ron 
(1982 86) 



loe Krivak 
(1987-91) 



Best Winning Percentages Most Wins in a Season 






((title trophy. 



Year 


Coach 


W 


I 


T 


Pet. 


Year 


Coach 


W 


L 


T 


Pet. 


1951 


JimTatum 


10 








1.000 


1976 


Jerry Claiborne 


11 


1 





.917 


1893 


S H.Harding 


6 








1.000 


1951 


Jim Tatum 


10 


n 





1.000 


1976 


Jerry Claiborne 


11 







.917 


1953 


JimTatum 


10 


1 





.909 


1953 


llm latum 


in 




n 


.909 


1955 


JimTatum 


10 


1 





.909 


1955 


llm l.itum 


10 




(i 


.909 


2001 
1949 


Ralph friedgen 
JimTatum 


10 
9 


2 
1 




n 


.833 
900 


1949 


Jim Tatum 


y 




i) 


.900 


1975 


Jerry Claiborne 


9 


' 


i 


.792 


1931 


H ( Byrd 


8 




i 


850 


1978 


Jerry Claiborne 


9 


1 





750 


2001 


Ralph Inedgen 


10 


2 


11 


.833 


I984&8 


Bobby Ross 


9 


i 





750 



laff-^e hi&t&PH 



Jal 



YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 




Game by game results for every Maryland fool 
ball season since 1892 Maryland was known as Mary 
land Agricultural College from IS 1 '.' I'M 1 , .md as Mary 
land State College from 1916 1919. Maryland's confer 
ence affiliations: Atlantic Coast Conference since 1953, 
Southern Conference from 1921 51 (SC standings not 
available from 1921 32) and South Atlantic intercolle- 
giate AHiirtu Assoi latlon In 1920. 

Home games were played at Byrd Field or "Old" Byrd 
Stadium, across the street from thecanipuson Baltimore Ave., 
from 1923 1947 and again in 1949. Home games in 1946 
were played at Griffith Stadium in Washington, DC Home 
games since 1950 have been played at Byrd Stadium on cam 
pus. 

Home, road and neutral records are in parenthe- 
ses (H, A, N). Maryland and opponent Associated Press 
rankings are In brackets ap polls began in 1936. From 
1961 - 1967. the Associated Press ranked only the nation's 
top 10 teams. 

• — indicate* conference games 

* — indicates homecoming games 

1 — indicates games played on Thanksgiving Day 



1896 



6-2-2(5 2 2,1 0) 

Head Coach: Grcnville lewis 

010 [astern High I 0-6 

017 Gallaudel 1 00 

021 Business High W 340 

029 Central High W 10 6 

n.i Alexandria High w 180 

N10 Bethel Military W 20-10 

Episcopal High I 0-6 

NI4 ,n Western Maryland W 16-6 

Central High W 14 

N21 Old Maryland (Baltimore) 1 0-0 



1897 



1892 



2 4-0(2-2,0 2) 

Head Coach: Grenville Lewis 

016 Central High W 24-6 

020 Eastern High W 4-0 

030 Johns Hopkins L 6-30 

N13 at St. John's (Annapolis) L 4 6 

N17 Gallaudel L 6-16 

N20 at Baltimore Medical' L 0-10 

at Baltimore. Md. lEIectiit Park) 



0-3 0(0-1,0 -1,0 1) 
Head Coach: Will Skinner 

015 at St. Johns (Annapolis) L 0-50 

N5 Johns Hopkins ' I 0-62 

N19 Episcopal High L 0-16 

at Clifton Park, Md. 



1898 



1893 



d.c. ctom$ipns> 



6 0(5 0, 10) 

Head Coach: Samuel Harding 

012 Eastern High W 36-0 

021 Central High W 10-0 

026 Baltimore City College W 18-0 

N1 St.John's (Annapolis) W 6-0 

Nil at Western Maryland W 18-10 

N17 Orient Athletic Club W lb o 



2-5 1(1 2,1-3-1) 
Head Coach: Frank Kenly 

013 Columbian U L 5-17 

01S at Western Maryland L 0-32 

Eastern High W 36-0 

022 Gallaudet L 0-33 

026 at Rock Hill T 12-12 

029 at Johns Hopkins I 0-16 

N2 at Episcopal High L 0-37 

N5 at Rock Hill W 27-0 



1899 



1894 



4 3 0(3-0, 1-3) 

Head Coach: J.G Bannon 

010 Orient Athletic Club W 30-0 

012 Western Maryland W 52-0 

020 at Washington College W 12-0 

027 at St.John's (Annapolis) I 6-22 

N7 Georgetown W 6-4 

N21 at Colonial Athletic Club I 0-26 

N29 at Mount St. Mary's' I 0-24 



1-4-0(1-1,0-3) 
Head Coach: S M.Cooke 

014 Western Maryland L 0-21 

025 Eastern High W 26-0 

028 at Johns Hopkins L 0-40 

N8 at Delaware L 0-34 

N10 at St. Johns (Annapolis) L 0-62 



1900 



1895 



NO TEAM 



3-4-1(2-4-1,1-0) 
Head Coach: F.H Peters 

012 WesternHigh T 0-0 

020 Gibraltar Athletic Club L 0-17 

024 Georgetown Prep L 0-5 

030 Episcopal High L 6-34 

N12 Georgetown Prep W 15-0 

N13 GonzagaHigh L 5-11 

N24 Gonzaga High W 21-0 

N29 at Charlotte Hall Academy ... W 21-0 




In just its second year of organized football, 1893, Maryland finished with a perfect 6-0 mark 
and was crowned D.C. champion. 



1901 



1 70(1 4,02,0 1) 

Head Coach: (mmons Dunbar 

05 at Delaware I 6-24 

016 Gallaudet I 10 11 

019 Johns Hopkins L 0-6 

030 CentralHigh I Oil 

N9 Flock Hill I 611 

N13 U.S.Marines W 27-0 

N16 at Walbrook Athletic Club L 0-36 

N23 Western Maryland L 0-30 

at American Legion Pork 



1902 



3-5 2(2-2-1,0-2-1,1-1) 
Head Coach: D John Markey 

015 Georgetown L 0-27 

018 Mount St. Joesph's W 5 

022 Columbian (G.W.) W 11 10 

025 Olympia Athletic Club W 6-0 

Nl at Washington College T 0-0 

N8 at Mount St. Mary's I 0-5 

N15 at Western Maryland L 6-26 

N19 Old Maryland (Baltimore) L 0-5 

N22 Johns Hopkins L 0-17 

N29 Delaware I 0-0 

at Washington, D.C. 

at American Legion Park 



1903 



7 4 0(4-1,1 3,2-0) 
Head Coach: D John Markey 

S28 Georgetown L 0-28 

02 Clifton Athletic Club W 5-0 

07 Gunton Temple W 21-0 

01 1 Washington College W 28-0 

017 at St John's (Annapolis) L 0-18 

028 Tech High' W 27-0 

031 at Columbian W 6-0 

N7 at Mount St Mary's L 0-2 

N14 Western Maryland ' W 6-0 

N21 Old Maryland (Baltimore) .... WHO 

N27 at Delaware L 0-16 

at Washington, D.C. 
' atWilmington.Del. 



1904 



2-4-2(0-0-1,2-4-1) 
Head Coach: D John Markey 

S24 at Georgetown L 0-22 

01 Randolph Macon T 0-0 

08 at Fort Monroe T 0-0 

015 at Mount St. Mary's W 11-6 

022 at Western Maryland L 0-5 

N5 at Old Maryland (Baltimore) L 0-6 

N19 at Gallaudet W 22-5 

N26 at Delaware L 0-18 

otWilmington.Del. 



1905 



6 4 0(5 1,1-3) 

Head Coach: Fred Neilsen 

07 Baltimore Poly Institute W 20-0 

014 Gallaudet W 16-0 

021 Western Maryland L 0-10 

025 atNayy I 0-17 

028 Mount St. Joseph's W 28-0 

N4 at Williams Mary W 17-0 

Nil St Johns (Annapolis) W 27 5 

N18 at Washington College L 0-17 

N25 Old Maryland (Baltimore) .... W 23-5 
N30 at Delaware L 0-12 



1906 



5-3-0(3-0.2-2,0-1) 
Head Coach: Fred Neilsen 

S29 Tech High W 5-0 

06 Baltimore City College W 22-0 

010 at Navy ... L 0-12 

013 Georgetown L 0-28 

020 at Mount Washington L 0-29 

N10 at St.John's (Annapolis) W 20-4 

N17 at Rock Hill W 16-0 

N24 Washington College W 35-0 

at Washington. D. C. (Griffith Stodium) 




Curley Byrd finished his playing career in 
1907 and became head coach in 1911. 

1907 

3-6-0(1-2,1-4,1 0) 
Head Coach: Charles Melick 

S28 Tech High W 13-0 

Georgetown L 0-10 

05 at Richmond L 5-11 

09 at Navy L 0-12 

012 at Mount St. Mary's L 6-12 

026 George Washington ' W 10-0 

N9 at Washington College W 10-5 

N16 St.John's (Annapolis) L 0-16 

N23 at Gallaudel L 0-5 

or Washington. D.C. (Grifhth Stadium) 

1908 

3-8 0(3-4,0-4) 
Head Coach: Bill Lang 

S26 Tech High I 5-6 

S30 CentralHigh W 5-0 

03 at Richmond L 0-22 

010 at Johns Hopkins L 0-10 

014 Navy L 0-57 

017 Gallaudet W 5-0 

024 at George Washington L 0-57 

031 at Fredricksburg (Vs.) L 0-10 

N7 Baltimore Poly W 12-0 

N14 St.John's (Annapolis) L 0-31 

N21 Washington College L 0-11 

1909 

2-5-0(1 1,1-3,0-1) 

Head Coach: Bill Lang and Dr. Edward Larkin 

525 Tech High.. L 0-11 

02 at Richmond L 0-12 

09 at Johns Hopkins L 0-9 

016 Rock Hill W5-0 

023 George Washington L 0-26 

030 at NC State L 0-33 

N6 at Gallaudet W 14-12 

at Washington, D.C (Griffith Stadii 

1910 

4-3-1(2-0,1-3-1,1-0) 
Head Coadi: Royal Alston 

526 CentralHigh W 12-0 

01 at Richmond W 20-0 

08 at Johns Hopkins T 11-11 

015 Catholic U W 21-0 

019 George Washington W 11-0 

N12 at Virginia Military L 0-8 

N19 at St Johns 'Annapolis) L 0-6 

N24 at Western Maryland L 3-17 

at Washington. DC (Griffith SttxCan) 



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4-4-2(4-3-2,0-1) 

Head Coach: Charley Donnelly/H.C'Curley" Byrd 
Tech High w 6-0 


S30 Richmond 

014 Fredricksburg (Va.) 


T 0-0 
.. W 5-0 




... L 0-14 


021 Johns Hopkins 

028 Catholic U 


L 3-6 

... T 6-6 


N4 St.John's (Annapolis! 

Nil at Washington College 

N18 Western Maryland ... 
N25 Gallaudet 

1912 

6-1-1 (4-0-0, 2-1 -1) 

Head Coach: H.C "Curley" Byrd 

S28 Tech High 


L 0-27 
L 5-17 
W6-0 
W6-2 

,. W 31-6 


05 Richmond 

013 at Johns Hopkins 

019 Old Maryland (Baltimore) . 
026 at Si. John's (Annapolis) 
N9 Gallaudet 


W46-0 
W 13-0 
.. W 58-0 
L 0-27 
W 13-7 




.. W 17-7 


N30 at Pennsylvania Military ... 


...T 13-13 



1913 



6-3-0(4-2,2-1) 

Head Coach: H C "Curley'Byrd 

S27 Baltimore City College W 27-10 

04 Richmond W 45-0 

Oil at Johns Hopkins W 26-0 

018 Western Maryland W 46-0 

025 at Navy ( 0-76 

N8 at St John's (Annapolis) W 13-0 

N14 Washington College W 20-0 

N22 Gallaudet L 0-26 

N27 Pennsylvania Military' L 7-27 



1914 



5 3 0(3-1,2-2) 

Head Coach: H C "Curley'Byrd 

S26 Baltimore Poly L 0-6 

03 Catholic U W6-0 

010 at Western Maryland L 13-20 

024 at Johns Hopkins W 14-0 

027 at St. John's (Annapolis) W 10-0 

N6 Washington College W 3-0 

N13 at Gallaudet ( 0-23 

N25 at Pennsylvania Military ' .... W 26-0 



1915 



6-30(6-0,0-3) 

Head Coach: HC "Curley'Byrd 

S2S BaltimorePoly 

02 atHaverford 

09 at Catholic U 

016 Gallaudet. 

023 Pennsylvania Military 

030 St. John's (Annapolis) 

N6 Washington College 

N13 Western Maryland 

N25 at Johns Hopkins ' 



. W31-0 
.. L 0-7 
.. L 0-16 
W 10 J 
W 14-13 
. W 27-14 
. W 28-13 
. W51-0 
,.L 0-3 



1916 



6-2-0(4-1,2-1) 

Head Coach: H C "Curley"8yrd 

06 Dickinson 

Oil at Navy 

018 Virginia Mllltar) 

025 Haverfotd 

i John's (Annapolis) 

I i New York U 

'■ 



W6-0 
I 7 14 
W 1S-9 

W 31-6 
W 13 9 
W 10-7 
WS4-0 



19 



Head Co... I. 
06 Del.. . 



W20 
I 14 14 

w 13 i 



1918 

4-1-1(1-1,1-0-1,2-0) 

Head Coach: H.C Curley'Byrd 

026 American U L 6-13 

N2 at Virginia Military W 7-6 

N9 Western Maryland ' W 19-0 

N16 NewYork U W 6-2 

N23 St. John's (Annapolis)' W 19-14 

N28 at Johns Hopkins ' T 0-0 

at Baltimore, Md. (Homewood Field) 

1919 

5-4-0(2-2,3-2) 

Head Coach: HC "Curley'Byrd 

04 Swarthmore I 6-10 

011 atVirginia W 13-0 

018 at West Virginia L 0-27 

025 Virginia Tech L 0-6 

N1 at Yale I 0-31 

N8 at St.John's (Annapolis) W 27-0 

N15 Catholic U W 13-0 

N22 Western Maryland W 20-0 

N27 at Johns Hopkins ' W 14-0 

1920 

7-2-0(3-0,4-2) 

SAIAA: 1-1-0 

Head Coach: H C'Curley" Byrd 

S25 Randolph Macon W 54-0 

02 at Rutgers L 0-6 

09 -at Princeton L 0-35 

016 Washington College W 27-0 

023 -at Virginia Tech W 7-0 

030 at North Carolina W 13-0 

N6 at Catholic U W 14-0 

N13 at Syracuse W 10-7 

N25 Johns Hopkins ' W 24-7 

1921 

3-5-1(0-1,2-3,1-1-1) 
SO 1-2-0 

Head Coach: H.C "Curley" Byrd 

01 at Rutgers W 3-0 

08 at Syracuse L 0-42 

015 St John's (Annapolis) L 3-7 

022 • Virginia Tech ' W 10-7 

029 -North Carolina L 7-16 

N5 at Yale L 0-28 

N12 at Catholic U W 16-0 

N19 at Carnegie Tech L 0-21 

N24 -NC State' T 6-6 

at Washington, D.C. 

at Baltimore, Md {Memorial Stadium! 

1922 

4-5-1(0-0-1,3-5,1 0) 

SC: 1 2-1 

Head Coach: HC "Curley'Byrd 

S30 Third Army Corps ' W 7-0 

07 • Richmond T 0-0 

014 at Pennsylvania L 0-12 

021 at Princeton L 0-26 

028 -at North Carolina I 3-27 

N4 -at Virginia Tech L 0-21 

Nil at Yale ( 3-45 

N18 at Johns Hopkins W 3-0 

N25 at Catholic U W S4 

N30 • at NC State' W 7-6 

at Baltimore, Md. (Homewood Field) 

1923 

7 2 1(5 0,2 1,0 1 1) 
SC: J 1 

HeadCoach:H( c nrli-y Byrd 

S29 Randolph M n W 53-0 

06 al Pennsylvania W SO 

01) •Rnhmond WJit) 

.ii.i (edi i 9 ih 

027 • North Carolina W 14 

• ihn's (Annapolis) W 28 

N10 alY.ii. 

N17 -atNCStii. W 26 12 

W 40 6 
• 

'odium) 
at Baltimote. Md {Mfmotwt 



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1924 

3-3-3(2-1-1,1-1-1,0-1-1) 

SC: 2-2-1 

Head Coach: H.C."Curley"Byrd 

S27 Washington College W 23-0 

04 • Washington & Lee L 7-19 

Oil -Richmond W 38-0 

018 -Virginia Tech' L 0-12 

025 • at North Carolina W 6-0 

Nl at Catholic U T 0-0 

N8 at Yale L 0-47 

N15 -NC State T 0-0 

N27 Johns Hopkins' T 0-0 

at Washington D.C. (Central H.S. Stadium) 
' at Baltimore, Md. (Memorial Stadium) 

1925 

2-5-1(1-1,0-2,1-2-1) 

SC: 0-4-0 

Head Coach: HC. "Curley'Byrd 

S26 Washington College W 13-0 

010 Rutgers ' W 16-0 

017 -Virginia Tech" L 0-3 

024 -atVirginia L 0-6 

031 • North Carolina ' L 0-16 

N7 at Yale L 14-43 

N14 • Washington & Lee L 3-7 

N26 Johns Hopkins " T 7-7 

at Philadelphia, Pa. 

at Washington, D.C. (Griffith Stadium) 
' at Baltimore, Md. (Memorial Stadium) 

1926 

5-4-1(3-0-1,1-3,1-1) 

SC:1 -3-1 

Head Coach: H.C. "Curley'Byrd 

S25 Washington College W 63-0 

02 ■ at South Carolina L 0-12 

09 at Chicago L 0-21 

016 -Virginia Tech' L 8-24 

023 • North Carolina W 14-6 

030 Gallaudet W 38-7 

N6 at Yale W 15-0 

N13 -Virginia T 6-6 

N20 • a! Washington & Lee L 0-3 

N25 JohnsHopkins" W 17-14 

at Norfolk, Va. 
' at Baltimore, Md. (Memorial Stadium) 

1927 

4-7-0(2-1,1-4,1-2) 

SC: 2-3-0 

Head Coach: H C "Curley" Byrd 

S24 Washington College W 80-0 

01 South Carolina W 26-0 

08 • at North Carolina L 6-7 

015 -Virginia Tech ' W 13-7 

022 -at Virginia Military W 10-6 

029 • Washington 8. Lee L 6-13 

N5 atYale L 6-30 

N12 -atVirginia L 0-21 

N19 atVandnhili I 20-39 

N24 JohnsHopkins' L 13-14 18,000 

D3 Florida' L 6-7 

at Norfolk, Va. 

at Baltimore, Md. (Memorial Stadium) 

at Jacksonville. Flo. (Muniiioal Stadium) 

1928 

6 3 1(3 1,1-1-1,2-1) 
» 

Head Coach: H C "Curley'Byrd 

S29 Washington College W 31 

06 • North Carolina I 19-26 

013 at South Carolina I ; 21 

020 Western Maryland W 13 6 

077 -ii 1 

Ni -V. I 6-9 

N10 atYale W 6-0 

nw • Virginia W is 2 

N24 -Washington* lee W 6-0 

N29 John HopUfl W 26-6 

01 Any'. • 

at Washington DC (CritTith Stadium) 
' at Baltimore. Md (Memorial Sta.l 



32,000 



6.000 



1929 

4-4-2(1-2-1,1-1-1,2-1) 

SC: 1-2-1 

Head Coach: HC "Curley" Byrd 

S27 Washington College W 34-7 

05 ■ North Carolina L 0-43 

012 South Carolina L 6-26 

019 at Gallaudet W 13-6 

026 -at Virginia Military L 6-7 

N2 -Virginia" T 13-13 

N9 atYale T 13-13 

N16 -Virginia Tech' W 24-0 

N28 Johns Hopkins " W 39-6 

D7 Western Maryland ! L 0-12 12,000 

'at Norfolk, Va. 

1 at Baltimore, Md. (Memorial Stadium) 

1930 

7-5-0(3-0,2-4,2-1) 

SC: 4-1-0 

Head Coach: H.C "Curley" Byrd 

S27 Washington College W 60-6 

04 atYale L 13-40 

Oil • at North Carolina L 21-28 

018 St.John's (Annapolis) W 21-13 

025 ■ at Virginia Military W 20-0 

Nl -atVirginia W 14-6 

N8 ■ Washington & Lee* W 41-7 20,000 

N15 -Virginia Tech' W 13-7 

N22 at Navy L 0-6 25,000 

N27 Johns Hopkins " W 21-0 

N29 atVanderbilt L 7-22 

D6 Western Maryland ' L 0-7 

' at Norfolk, Va. 
at Baltimore, Md. (Memorial Stadium) 

1931 

8-1-1(3-0-1,2-1,3-0) 

SC: 4-0-0 

Head Coach: H C "Curley" Byrd 

S26 Washington College W 13-0 

03 -Virginia W 7-6 

010 Navy' W60 16,000 

017 Kentucky T 6-6 

024 • at Virginia Military W 41 -20 

031 • at Virginia Tech W 20-0 5,000 

N7 atVanderbilt L 12-39 

N21 -Washington 8. Lee" W 13-7 

N26 Johns Hopkins ' W 35-14 

D5 Western Maryland ' W 41-6 

at Washington, D.C. (Griffith Stadium) 

at Baltimore, Md. (Memorial Stadium) 

1932 

5-6-0(2-1,2-2,1-3) 

SC: 1-3-0 

Head Coach: H C "Curley "Byrd 

S24 Washington College W 63-0 

01 -atVirginia L 6-7 

08 -Virginia Tech L 0-23 

015 -atDuke L 34 

022 St.John's (Annapolis) W 24-7 

029 atVirginia Military W 12-7 

N5 Vanderbilt' L 0-13 

N12 Navy'' L 7-28 

N19 -at Washington 8. Lee W 6-0 

N24 JohnsHopkins W 23-0 

03 Western Maryland " L 7-39 

at Washington, DC. (Griffith Stadium) 

at Baltimote. Md. (Memorial Stodium) 

1933 

3-7-0(2-1,1 3,0 3) 
SC: 1 4 0. 9th 
HeadCoachH l (niley Byrd 

S30 St. Johns (Annapolis) W 20-0 

07 •Viiuini.iVih | 0-14 

014 atlulane | 20 

021 -at Virginia Mlllnr) ,., I 13-19 

028 Western Maryland I 7-13 

N4 ■atVlrglnlj l 0-6 

Nil - Dnk. L 7-38 

lohns Hopkins W 27-7 

N25 • Washington & lee " W 33 13 

117 Florida [ o 19 

I mote. Md (Memorial Stadium) 



V'Vdfle hl&t&0{ 



1934 



7-1-0(3 0.0 J.40) 

SC: 1-1-0.1 lid 

Head Coach: H C "Curley'Byrd 



Si. John's (Annapolis i w 13-0 

• j| Washington & Lee I 0-7 

.ii N.ivv I 13-16 

w 



S29 

06 
01) 
020 
027 

N3 
N10 
N17 
N24 
N29 
at Norton Va 
' at Baltimoit Md. (Memorial Stadium) 



■ Virginia TKh 

w 

-Vhglnli w 

- v > i • i > r > ■ . ■ Military w 

at Indiana I 

Georgetown W 

Johns Hopkins W 



14-9 

21-0 

20-0 

23-0 

14-17 

60 

19-0 



1935 



7 2 2(1 1. 3 0, 3-21) 

SC:f 1 1.3rd 

Head Coach: Jack Faber 



S28 

OS 

012 

019 

026 

m 

N9 

Nil, 
N23 
N28 
04 



St. Johns (Annapolis) W 39-6 

•Virginia Tech W 7-0 

• North Carolina I 0-33 

•at Virginia Military W 6-0 

at Florida W 20-6 

•at Virginia w 14-7 

Indiana I 7-13 

•Washington & lee" 1 0-0 

Georgetown' W 12-6 

Syracuse 1 0-0 

Western Maryland W 22-7 



14,000 



8.000 



5,000 



' at Baltimore, Md. (Memorial Stadium) 
at Washington, DC. (Griffith Stadium) 



1936 



6-5-0 (1-2,2-2, J-1) 

SC: 3-2-0.1 5th 

Head Coach: Frank Dobson 

S26 SI. John's (Annapolis! W 20-0 4,000 

OJ • Virginia Tedi W 6-0 

010 • at Nonh Carolina I 0-14 

017 -atVirginia W 21-0 

024 Syracuse W 20-0 15.000 

031 at Florida L 6-7 

N7 at Richmond W 12-0 

N14 -Virginia Military" L 7-13 12.000 

N21 Georgetown L 6-7 13.000 

N26 -Washington & Lee W 19-6 7.000 

D5 Western Maryland L 0-12 

ofRcwncKteVi;. 

at New York, N. K (Polo Grounds) 
' at Baltimore, Md. (Memorial Stadium) 



1937 $r*ft\&m Cen£-. Cbzs/^ia*vs> 



8-2-0(3-0.2-2.3-0) 

I SC: 2 0-0, Champions 
Head Coach: Frank Dobson 



St. John's (Annapolis) W 28-0 

at Pennsylvania I 21-28 

Western Maryland W 6-0 



7,000 



S25 
02 
09 

016 atVirginia W 3-0 

023 [-) [171 Syracuse W 13-0 8.000 

030 Florida" W 13-7 

N6 • at Virginia Military W 9-7 

N13 atPennState L 14-21 

N20 Georgetown W 12-2 22.000 

N25 -Washington 8. Lee W 8-0 9,600 

or Baltimore, Md. (Memorial Stadium) 
' or Washington, DC. (Griffith Stadium) 



1938 



L 6-19 
I 0-33 
I 0-53 



2-7-0(0-4.0-3,2-0) 

SC: . Q 12th 

Head Coach: Frank Dobson 

■Richmond 

at Penn State .. 

at Syracuse 

015 Western Maryland W 14-8 

322 Virginia _ L 19-27 6.000 

329 -Virginia Military L 14-47 4.000 

>I12 at Florida ... . 1 7-21 10.000 

119 Georgetown L 7-14 

124 • Washington & Lee W 19-13 1.000 

it Baltimore, Md. (Memorial Stodium) 



*' •• - ■'■--- *m* vV 

1939 

2 7 0(1 2,0 3, I 2) 

SC:0 1 (I 1-ltli 

Head Coach: I '.ink Dobson 

S30 Hampden Sydney W 26-0 

07 Western Maryland W 12-0 

014 at Virginia i 7 i; 

021 at Rutgers I 12 25 

028 Florida" L 0-14 7,000 

N4 atPennState L 0-12 

Nil Georgetown L 0-20 15.000 

N18 -Virginia Military' L 1! 

N30 Syracuse 1 L 7 10 5,000 

or Baltimore, Md. (Memorial Stadium) 
' at Washington, DC. (Griffith Stadium) 

at Norfolk, Vo. 

1940 

2 6 1(0 3 1,03,2 0) 

SC:0 I 1,12th 

Head Coach: Jack Faber 

S28 Hampden-Sydney L 6-7 5,000 

05 at Pennsylvania L 0-51 52,000 

012 Virginia L 6-19 9,000 

019 at Florida L 0-19 

025 Western Maryland W 6-0 

N9 (-1 |9) Georgetown L 0-41 

N16 -atVirginia Military L 0-20 

N21 Rutgers" W 14 7 

N30 • Washington 8i Lee 1 7-7 

at Baltimore. Md (Memorial Stadium) 

1941 

3-5-1 (2-1,0-2, 1-2-1) 

SC: 1 2 0,12th 

Head Coach: lark Faber 

S27 Hampden-Sydney W 18-0 

04 Western Maryland 1 6-6 10,000 

Oil l-l [4] -Duke' L 0-50 

018 Florida W 13-12 7,500 

025 |-| |12| at Pennsylvania L 6-55 40,000 

Nl atRutgers L 0-20 

N8 Georgetown L 0-26 

NI5 -Virginia Military L 0-27 6,000 

N20 -Washington 8, Lee' W 6-0 4,000 

at Baltimore, Md. (Memorial Stadium) 

at Washington, D. C. (Griffith Stadium) 

1942 

7 2-0(3 0,1-2,3-0) 

SC: 1-2-0, Hth 

Head Coach: Clark Shaughnessy 

S27 Connecticut W 34-0 

03 lakehurst Naval Air Station W 14-0 

010 Rutgers W 27-13 

017 -at Virginia Military L 0-29 

024 Western Maryland W 51-0 

031 Florida W13-0 10,000 

N7 -atDuke L 0-42 

N14 atVirginia W 27-12 

N21 -Washington 8, Lee" W 32-28 7,500 

at Baltimore, Md. (Memorial Stodium) 

atWashington, DC. (Griffith Stadium) 

STEPHENS 




1943 

4 5 0(2 2,1 3,1 0) 

SC: 2 0, 2nd 

Head Coach: Qarena Spears 

S2S Curtis Bay Coast Guard L 7-li 2,000 

02 •WakeForest. .. W 11 7 

09 Richmond Army Air Base W 19-6 

016 at West Virginia I 2-6 

023 Penn Stan I 45 5,000 

030 at Greenville Air Base W 43 18 

N6 atVirginia L 0-39 4,000 

N13 at Bambridge Naval L 0-46 

N25 -Virginia Military W 21-14 7.000 
at Roanoke, Va. 

1944 

1 7 1(0 3 1,0-3,1 1) 

SC:1 1,6th 

Head Coach: Clarence Spears 

S29 Hampden-Sydney L 0-12 

07 -at Wake Forest L 0-39 1,500 

014 West Virginia T 6-6 

021 Michigan State L 0-8 

N4 Virginia L 7-18 

N11 at Michigan State L 0-33 

N18 Penn State I 19-34 

N25 at Florida L 6-14 

N30 -Virginia Military W 8-6 

at Washington. DC. (Griffith Stadium) 
1 at Roanoke. Va. 

1945 

6-2-1(3-1,2-1-1,1-0) 

SC: 3 2 O.T 5th 

Head Coach: Paul'Bear'Bryant 

S28 Guilford W 60-6 7.000 

06 -atRichmond W 21-0 

012 U.S. Merchant Marine W 22-6 

020 -at Virginia lech L 13-21 

027 at West Virginia 1 13-13 12.000 

N3 -William 8. Mary L 14-33 

N10 -Virginia Military W 38-0 7.000 

N24 I-) [13] Virginia' W 19-13 

Dl -at South Carolina W 19-13 

at Washington, D.C. (Griffith Stadium) 

1946 

3-6-0 (2-2, 0-4, 10) 

SC2-5-0, 12th 

Head Coach: Clark Shaughnessy 

S28 Bainbndge Naval W 54-0 12,500 

04 -Richmond L 7-37 

012 • at North Carolina L 0-33 

018 -Virginia lech W 6-0 

N2 -at William* Mary L 7-41 

N9 ■ South Carolina 1 17-21 

N16 • Washington & Lee W 24-7 

N23 at Michigan State L 14-26 

N30 ■ at NC State L 7-28 

at Baltimore, Md. (Memorial Stadium) 




Charlie Weidinger completed this TD pass to William Bryant to lift the Terps too 1937 homecoming win over Florida. H'fii&, 




aff-ZtHTe hi&fircj 






S27 
03 
010 

018 [-] [17] 
025 
Nl 
N8 

N1S [-] [19| 
N22 
N29 

Gator Bowl 
Jl 

at Washington, D.C. (Griffith Stadium) 
" at Jacksonville, Fla. IGator Bowl) 



• at South Carolina W 

Delaware W 

• Richmond W 

•at Duke L 

•at Virginia Tech W 

West Virginia * W 

atDuquesne W 

■ North Carolina ' L 

at Vanderbilt W 

•NC State T 



19-13 

43-19 

18-6 

7-19 

21-19 

27-0 

320 

0-19 

20-6 

0-0 



Georgia ' T 20-20 



16,460 



12,500 
16,500 

22,000 

14.000 

16,666 



7-2-0(3-0,4-2) 
Head Coach: Jim Tatum 
Preseason AP Poll #2 

S20 [21 [-] at Missouri W 

[2] [-] at Auburn W 

[3] (-] Clemson W 

[4] [19] at Georgia W 

[2] [20] Navy W 

[2] [-] Louisiana State * W 

[2] [-] at Boston U W 

[3] [11] at Mississippi L 

[8] [14] at Alabama L 



S27 

04 

011 

018 

025 

Nl 

N15 

N22 

Final AP Poll nil 



13-10 


18,000 


13-7 


27,000 


28-0 


32,000 


37 


34,000 


38-7 


44,746 


34-6 


30,000 


34-7 


32,568 


14-21 


32,500 


7-27 


33,178 



1948 



6-4-0(2-2,4-2) 

SC: 4-2-0. 6th 

Head Coach: Jim Tatum 

S25 -at Richmond W 19-0 

02 at Delaware W 21-0 

09 -Virginia Tech W 28-0 

016 [-] [18] -Duke" L 12-13 

023 -George Washington W 47-0 

029 at Miami W 27-13 

N6 • at South Carolina W 19-7 

N13 I-] [6] - North Carolina L 20-49 

N20 atVanderbilt L 0-34 

N27 at West Virginia L 14-16 

home games at Griffith Stadium in Washington, D.C 

1949 

9-1-0(4-0,4-1,1-0) 

SC: 4-0-0, 2nd 

Head Coach: Jim Tatum 

S24 

S30 

08 

022 

029 

N5 

N12 
N24 
D2 



12,000 
12,000 

22,000 

35,000 

34,588 

18,000 



1953 



Kz/t&nz( chm$im& 



10-1-0(5-0,4-0,1-1) 
ACC: 3-0-0, Co-Champions 
Head Coach: Jim Tatum 
Preseason AP Poll #9 



S19 
S26 
03 

010 

017 

023 

030 

N7 

N14 

N21 



[-1 
[-] 
H 
[-] 
[-] 

H 
H 
H 
[li] 
[11] 



at Missouri 

Washington & Lee ... 

•at Clemson 

Georgia 

■ at North Carolina ,.., 
at Miami 

■ South Carolina m 

George Washington ' 

Mississippi 

Alabama 



Orange Bowl 



II 



[1] [4] Oklahoma 



. W 20-6 

. W 52-0 

. W 20-0 

. W 40-13 

. W 26-0 

. W 30-0 

. W 24-6 

. W 27-6 

. W 38-0 

W 21-0 

„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 



; final AP Poll HI 

I ' at Washington, D.C (Griffith Stadium) 

l* at Miami, fla. (Orange Bowl) 



1954 



-at Virginia Tech W 34-7 

Georgetown W 33-7 

[-] [13] at Michigan State L 7 14 

•atNCState W 14-6 

• South Carolina " W 44-7 

■ George Washington W 40-14 

at Boston University W 14-13 

WestVirginia' W 47-7 

atMiami W 13-0 



[-1 [15] 
115] [-1 
|14| [-1 
Gator Bowl 

12 [14] 120] 
Final AP Poll *U 
at Jacksonville, Flo. (Gator Bowl) 



12,000 
18,227 
35,000 
15,000 
17,762 



16,117 
35,000 



Missouri W 20-7 



7-2-1(5-0,2-2-1) 

ACC: 4-0- 1,2nd 

Head Coach: Jim latum 

Preseason AP Poll #3 

S18 [3] [-] at Kentucky 

01 [6] [41 at UCLA 

09 [13] [-1 -atWake Forest 

016 -North Carolina 

022 1-1 [161 atMiami 

030 • at South Carolina ... 

N6 -NC State" 

N13 117] I-] -Clemson 

N20 [13] [-] George Washington. 
N25 [101 [-] Missouri' 



. W 20-0 

.. L 7-12 

..T 13-13 

. W 33-0 

.. L 7-9 

. W 20-0 

. W 42-14 

. W 16-0 

. W 48-6 

W 74-13 



36,000 
73,376 
12,000 
26,000 
52,506 
24,000 

21,000 



Final AP Poll #8 



1950 



7 2 1(3 1,3 1 1,1-0) 

SC: 4-1-1, 5th 

Head Coach: Jim latum 

Preseason AP Poll #15 

S23 [15] 1-1 atGeorgia I 7-27 

S30 1151 [-] Navy W 35-21 

07 [-I |2] at Michigan State W 34 7 

014 [8] [-] Georgetown ' W 25-14 

021 18] II -NCStale L 13-16 

028 -atOukr W 26-14 

M4 1161 |-| -George Washington W23-7 

N11 (181 1-1 -at North Carolina 1 7 7 

N18 -at West Virginia W 41-0 

D2 -Virginia lech W 63-7 



35,000 
43,836 
39,376 
8.869 
24,502 
22,577 
18,272 
32.000 
16,000 
11,773 



or Washington, DC (Griffith Stadium) 



1951 ^ewtbeoi CffqG-. Chw K Lvn& 




10 O OIS 0.3 0,2-01 

SC: -itmprons 

Head Coach: , l 
Preseason AP Poll n U 



529 

06 

013 

020 

027 





















Bowl 



W 54 14 9,000 

W (3 6 25.732 

.V 4) 7 12,000 

.V 14 7 31,217 

V 770 35,000 

W V, 23,612 

W 4021 38,000 

•N( W 510 17.140 

14,385 



1955 



ACC CMm v />'?55 



10 1 0(50,50,0-1) 
ACC: 4-0-0, Co-Champions 
Head Coach: Jim Tatum 
Preseason AP Poll Its 



[81 [-1 
[51 [11 
[1] [20) 



H 

I I 
H 
[ 1 
1-1 
l-l 
I 1 



at Missouri 

UCLA 

at Baylor 

•Wake Forest 

• at North Carolina ... 
at Syracuse 

• South Carolina " 

Louisiana Stale 

•at Clemson 

George Washington . 



[11 

[21 

171 

HI 
1 

(71 

(2] 
Orange Bowl 

12 [3] [11 Oklahoma'.... L 6-20 

Final AP Poll li 

ui (Orange Bowl) 



w 


13-12 


18.000 


w 


7-0 


46.000 


w 


20-6 


39.000 


IV 


28-7 


16,000 


yv 


25-7 


30,000 


w 


34 13 


32,500 


w 


27-0 


25,000 


w 


13-0 


28,000 


w 


25-12 


30,000 


w 


19-0 


20,000 



76,561 



1956 



2 7 1(0 3 1,24) 
ACC: 1 1 1,4th 
Head Coach: lommy Mont 
Preseason AP Poll 116 



S22 

529 

06 

012 

020 

027 

N3 

N10 

NI7 



[61 l-l 



Syracuse 
• at Wak. i 

at Miami 

- at North Carolina 

I I |4| 

Otroon 

at South Carolina 



I I 1161 






1 12 26 

W 6-0 

.1 14 

.1 6-13 

I 6 14 

I 7 34 

I 14 

I 1) 



13,000 
25.000 
44.304 
21.000 
33.500 
20.000 
18.000 

4 500 



MARYLAND- NORTH CAROLINA 







The game program from Oct. 19, 19S7,whenQueenElizabeth 
came to Byrd Stadium. 

1957 



5-5-0(3-2,2-3) 

ACC: 4-3-0, T-3rd 

Head Coach: Tommy Mont 



S21 

S28 

05 

012 

019 

026 

N2 

N9 

N15 



[-1 [21 
[-1 (4) 
[-] [14] 



atTexasA&M L 13-21 

• NC State L 1 3-48 

■ at Duke L 0-14 

•Wake forest W 27-0 

• North Carolina W 21-7 

Tennessee L 0-16 

• at South Carolina W 10-6 

•at Clemson L 7-26 

atMiami W 16-6 

•Virginia W 12-0 



1958 



4-6-0(1-2,3-3,0-1) 

ACC: 3 3 0,5th 

Head Coach: Tommy Mont 



■ at Wake Forest L 

•atNCState W 

[-] [10] -Clemson L 

Texas A 8. M L 

• at North Carolina L 

[-I [5] at Auburn L 



• South Carolina W 

Navy' L 

atMiami W 

• at Virginia W 

at Baltimore. Md (Memorial Stadium) 



0-34 

21-6 

0-8 

10-14 

0-27 

7-20 

10-6 

14-40 

26-14 

44-6 



1959 



5 5-0(4-1,1-3,0-1) 

ACC: 4 2 0,3 rd 

Head Coach: Tom Nugent 



S19 

S26 

03 

010 

017 

031 

N7 

N14 

N21 

OS 



I [111 



WestVirginia W 27-7 

atTexas L 0-26 

at Syracuse I 0-29 

•Wake Forest.. I 7-10 

• North Carolina W 14-7 

•at South Carolina L 6-22 

Navy' L 14-22 

•atClemson W 28-25 

•Virginia* W 55 12 

•NC State W 33-28 



at Baltimore. Md. (Memorial Stadium) 

1960 

6-4^1(2 2,4-2) 
ACC: 5 2 0.3rd 
Head Coadi: lom Nugent 

S17 al West Virginia W 

S24 [-] [151 Texas I 

01 -Duke I 

08 -alNC Stale I 

015 |-1 [81 -Clemson w 

022 w 

029 -South Carolina W 150 

N5 i 

N12 -at North l.irnlui.i w 

nii -at Virginia w 



25,000 
24,000 
25,000 
16,000 
43,000 
26,000 
18,000 
28,000 
42,701 
10.500 



8,000 
11,000 
24,000 
23,000 
25,000 
28,000 
20,000 
30,035 
26,747 
18,000 



30.000 
47.000 
30.000 
21.000 
22.000 
20,000 
32.000 

26 

16.000 
15.000 



31-8 


18,000 


0-34 


31,000 


7-20 


25,000 


10-13 


14,000 


19-17 


18.000 


1413 


11.000 


150 


21.000 


928 


30,126 


77 19 


26,000 


44 12 


14,000 



i Wan.e tJs4*K\ 




1961 

7 3 (4-1,3-2) 

ACC: I 1 n ltd 

Head Coach: loin Nuqci»l 

Preseason AP Poll received votes 

S2J at Southern Mcthodisl W 14 6 17,000 

S30 -.11010105011 W «;l 78.000 

07 I I [7| Syracuse W 77 71 35.000 

0M 1101 II • North Carolina L H 14 73,000 

1 071 AlrFone W 710 71,500 

028 • at South Carolina I 10-70 18.000 

N4 PennState" W 71-17 39,000 

Nil -NCState W 10-7 75,000 

N18 •WakeForest W 10-7 24,000 

N2S -at Virginia L 16-78 20,000 

at Denver. Colo. I Hill Top Stadium) 

1962 

6-4-0(4 1,2-3) 

ACC: 5 2 0, 3rd 

Head Coach: Tonr Nugent 

S22 Southern Methodist W7-0 33.000 

S29 -at Wake Forest W 13-2 12.000 

06 -at NCState W 14-6 13,000 

013 ■ North Carolina W 31-13 26,000 

019 at Miami L 24-28 50,000 

027 • South Carolina " W 13-11 32,000 

N3 atPennState L 7-23 41,834 

NI0 -atDuke L 7-10 26,000 

N17 -Clemson L 14-17 23,000 

N24 -Virginia W 40-18 18,000 

1963 

3-7-0(2-3,1-3,0 1) 

ACC: 2-5-0, 5th 

Head Coach: Tom Nugent 

S21 -NCState I 14-36 28,550 

S28 • at South Carolina L 13-21 13,550 

05 -Duke L 12-30 20,000 

012 • North Carolina L 7-14 21,000 

019 Air Force W 21-14 32,000 

026 -at Wake Forest W 32-0 5,000 

N2 PennState* L 15-17 35,550 

N9 |-| (4) at Navy L 7-42 30,000 

N16 -atClemson L 6-21 30,000 

N23 -Virginia W 21-6 15,000 

at Richmond. Va. 

1964 

5-5-0(3 2,1-3,1 0) 

ACC:4-3-0.T-3rd 

Head Coach: Tom Nugent 

S19 [-1 (21 Oklahoma L 3-13 36,500 

S26 • South Carolina W 24-6 23,500 

03 -atNCState I 13-14 14,800 

010 -atDuke L 17-74 27,000 

017 • North Carolina ' W 10-9 28,000 

024 -Wake Forest I 17-21 22,000 

031 at PennState I 9-17 33.500 

N7 Navy W 27-22 40.000 

N14 -Clemson W 34-0 26.500 

N21 -atVirgmra W 10-0 17.500 

at Norfolk, Va. 

1965 

4-6-0(1-4,3-2) 
ACC: 3-3-0, T-Sth 

Head Coach: Tom Nugent 

S25 OhioU W 24-7 28.000 

02 Syracuse I 7-24 35,000 

09 -atWake Forest W 10-7 18.000 

016 -at North Carolina I 10-12 30.000 

023 -NCState L 7-29 30.000 

030 -at South Carolina W 27-14 30,000 

N6 at Navy L 7-19 28.000 

N13 -atClemson W 6-0 26,000 

N20 -Virginia L 27-33 21.000 

D4 PennState .- L 7-19 24.000 



1966 



460(4 1,0 5) 
ACC: ! 1 O.T 3rd 
Head Coach: I ouSahan 



SI/ 

S24 

01 

08 

015 

029 

N5 

N12 

N19 

N26 



at Penn Stalt' 

•Wake Forest 

it Syrai use 

•Duke... 

Wi".t Virginia 

■ South Carolina " . 

•atNCState 

•Clemson 

•at Virginia 

at flonda State 



I / IS 

. W 14 7 

.. L 7-28 

W 21 19 

W 28 9 



1967 



9 0(0 4,0 5) 
ACC: 6 0,8th 
Head Coach: Hob 
S30 



Ward 

at Oklahoma 

07 Syracuse 

014 |-1 [9) -NCState 

021 • at North Carolina 

028 • at South Carolina . 

N4 PennState 

Nil -atClemson 

N17 - at Wake Forest 

N2S -Virginia 

1968 

2 8 0(2 3,0-4,0 
ACC: 2 5-0, 7th 
Head Coach: Bob 

S2I 
S28 
05 
012 
019 
026 
N2 
N9 

N16 1-1 [31 
N23 
at Norfolk, Va. 



1) 

Ward 

Florida State 

at Syracuse 

•Duke' 

• North Carolina „ 

- South Carolina . 
•atNCState 

- at Wake Forest . 

• Clemson 

PennState 

•at Virginia 



14-2 
21 24 
10-14 
17 41 
21-45 



0-35 

3-7 

9-31 

0-14 

0-31 

3-38 

7-28 

17-35 

7-12 



14-24 

14-32 

28-30 

33-24 

21-19 

11 31 

14-38 

0-16 

13-57 

23-28 



1969 



3-7-0(2-3,1-4) 
ACC: 3-3 O.T 3rd 
Head Coach: Roy 
S20 



Lester 

at West Virginia 

S27 -NCState 

04 • at Wake Forest 

Oil Syracuse 

018 -Duke 

025 ■ at South Carolina . 

N1 -atClemson 

N8 Miami-Ohio" 

N15 [-] [51 at PennState 

N22 -Virginia 

1970 

2-9-0(1 5,1-3,0 

ACC: 2 4-0,T-6th 

Head Coach: Roy 

S12 

ST9 

S26 

02 

010 

017 

024 

031 

N7 

N21 

N28 

atNorfolk.Va. 

1971 

2-9 0(2-4,0-5) 

ACC: 1 4 0.7th 

Head Coach: Roy 

Sll 

S18 

S25 

02 

09 

016 

023 

030 

N6 

N13 

N20 



-1) 

Lester 

Villanova 

•atDuke 

• North Carolina . 

at Miami 

atSyracuse 

• South Carolina * 
•NCState 

•Clemson 

PennState 

•atVirgioia 
West Virginia 



Lester 
Villanova .. 
•NCState . 



• at North Carolina . 

•Wake Forest 

Syracuse 

at South Carolina . 

at Florida 

Virginia Military * . 

1-1 [6) at PennState 

•atClemson 

•Virginia 



40.911 
26,500 
25,000 
28,400 
28,800 
35,400 
23,500 
24.S00 
16.000 
20,252 



',0,000 
27,500 
27,100 
32,000 
33,427 
34,700 
28,000 
14.500 
24,200 



33,600 
26,591 
21,000 
27,480 
28,200 
29,700 
15,500 
27,300 
30,000 
16,000 



I 


7-31 


31,000 


1 


7-24 


28,400 


IV 


19-14 


16,000 


L 


9-20 


23,400 


W 


20-7 


26.700 


1 


0-17 


42.756 


1 


0-40 


20,000 


1 


21-34 


20,000 


1 


0-48 


42,000 


W 


17-14 


22,000 



1 


3-21 


24,500 


1 


12-13 


12,877 


1 


20-53 


20,806 


1 


11-18 


30,190 


1 


723 


19.872 


W 


21-15 


15.400 


1 


0-6 


18,200 


1 


11-24 


12,500 


1 


0-34 


23,400 


'.'. 


17-14 


1-1 000 


1 


10-20 


12,821 



1 


13-28 


22.600 


.'. 


35-7 


16,500 


1 


14-35 


43,000 


1 


14-18 


16.200 


1 


13-21 


20.100 


L 


6-35 


45.653 


L 


23-27 


53.012 


w 


38-0 


22,300 


1 


27-63 


50,144 


1 


14-20 


25,000 


1 


27-29 


12,600 



1972 



5 5 1(4 1,1 4 1) 

ACC: I 1 l.ird 

HeadCoach: lm,' l.nborne 

S9 ■atNCState T 24 24 

S16 -North Carolina I 26 

S23 Virginia Military W 28 16 22,000 

S30 atSyracuse I 12 16 15.681 

07 -Wake Forest W 23-0 15.000 

014 Villanova ,., W 37-7 26,842 

021 -at Duke l 14 20 21,300 

028 -at Virginia w 24-23 21,500 

N4 [-1 |10| at PennState L 16 46 58,171 

N11 -Clemson W 31-6 29,326 

N18 at Miami I 8-28 17,342 






1973 



8 4 0(4 2,3 1,1 1) 

ACC:') 1 0,2nd 

Head Coach: lorry Claiborne 



S15 

S22 

S29 

06 

013 

020 

027 

N3 

N10 

NT7 

N24 



[-1 [61 



West Virginia 

-at North Carolina . 

Villanova 

Syracuse 

•atNCState 

•at Wake Forest 

•Duke' 

Penn State 

•Virginia* 

•atClemson 
Tulane 



[181 1171 
Peach Bowl 

D28 [181 [-1 Georgia 

Final AP Poll »20 
at Norfolk. Va. (Oyster Bowl) 
' at Atlanta, Go. (Fulton County Stadium) 



1 


13-20 


35,112 


'.'. 


233 


37,500 


VI 


31 3 


31,260 


'.■1 


38-0 


32,800 


1 


22-24 


39.200 


.V 


37-0 


19,500 


.V 


30-10 


20,500 


1 


22-42 


44,135 


,'J 


33-0 


22,300 


W 


28-13 


31,500 


rV 


42-9 


19,416 



38,107 



[1974 



8-4-0(5 1,2-1,1-2) 
ACC: 6-0-0, Champions 
Head Coach: Jerry Claiborne 
Preseason AP Poll *U 



PCC Ow*4c0n& 



[141 
[141 



Alabama 

Florida 

• North Carolina . 

atSyracuse 

•Clemson 



[181 [-1 

[151 [171 

[151 [101 

[141 [-1 

[131 [-1 

[111 H 
Liberty Bowl 
D16 [10] [20] 
Final AP Poll 01 3 
at Tampa. Fla. I Tampa Stadium) 
at Norfolk, Va. (Foreman Field) 



at Memphis, Tenn. (Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium) 



•Wake Forest 

■NCState 

at Penn State . 

Villanova 

•Duke' 

•at Virginia 



1 


16-21 


54,412 


1 


10-17 


41,140 


IrV 


24-12 


17,800 


W 


31-0 


19,130 


w 


41-0 


32,644 


'.'.' 


47-0 


31,136 


'.'.' 


20-10 


49,647 


1 


17-24 


60,125 


.'. 


41-0 


42,331 


IV 


56-13 


24,000 


W 


10-0 


22,100 



Tennessee 



. L 3-7 




In 1974, Randy White won the (Jutland Trophy and Jerry 
Claiborne was named Sporting News Coach of the Year. 







zCC-ftM? h&fvc'i 





9-2-1(4-1,4-1-1,1-0) 

ACC: 5-0-0, Champions 
Head Coach: Jerry Claiborne 
Preseason AP Poll 017 



S6 

S13 

S20 

S27 

04 

011 

018 

Nl 

N8 

N l S 

N22 



(17] H 
[14] [20] 



[20] (-] 



[19] 
(14) 
[16] 



hi 
[9] 
[-] 

H 



[20] 
Gator Bowl 
D29 [17) [13] 
Final AP Poll #13 

at Jacksonville, Flo. (Gator Bowl) 



Villanova W 

at Tennessee ( 

• at North Carolina W 

at Kentucky T 

Syracuse" W 

-NC State W 

• at Wake Forest W 

Penn State L 

at Cincinnati W 

•atClemson W 

•Virginia W 



41-0 

8-26 

34-7 

10-10 

24-7 

37-22 

27-0 

13-15 

21-19 

22-20 

62-24 



41,362 
74,161 
43,000 
55,000 
43,863 
39,221 
19,300 
58,973 
16,478 
35,400 
44,867 



7-4-0(5-1,2-3) 
ACC: 4-2-0. T-2nd 
Head Coach: Jerry Claiborne 



S8 
S15 
S22 

S29 

06 

013 

020 

027 

N3 

N17 

N24 



H [17] 



H (181 



Villanova W 

•atClemson W 

Mississippi State W 

at Kentucky L 

Penn State I 

• at NC State L 

•at Wake Forest L 

•at Duke W 

• North Carolina * W 

Louisville W 



•Virginia W 



24-20 


31,684 


19-0 


52,274 


35-14 


37,212 


7-14 


57,800 


7-27 


52,348 


0-7 


39,800 


17-25 


26,050 


27-0 


34,200 


17-14 


35,618 


28-7 


25,104 


17-7 


26.071 



1980 



Florida W 13-0 






8-4-0(5-1,3-2,0-1) 

ACC: 5-1 -0,2nd 

Head Coach: Jerry Claiborne 



1976 



Ace chmqu&vs> 



11-1 0(6-0, 5-0,0-1) 
ACC: 5-0-0, Champions 
Head Coach: Jerry Claiborne 
Preseason AP Poll 012 

Sll [12] [-] Richmond 
[-] 
H 
H 
[-] 
[-] 
[-1 
H 
[-] 
[-] 
[-] 



.w 



in! 

[81 

[7] 

[71 

[5] 

(61 

[51 

16] 

[6] 

[6] 
Cotton Bowl 
Jl [4] [6] 

Final AP Poll US 
01 Dallas, Texas (Cotton Bowl) 



at West Virginia W 

at Syracuse W 

Villanova W 

• at NC State W 

•Wake Forest W 

•at Duke W 

Kentucky W 

Cincinnati W 

•Clemson* W 

■atVirginia W 



31-7 

24-3 

42-28 

20-9 

16-6 

17-15 

30-3 

24-14 

21 

20-0 

28-0 



Houston 



1977 



8-4-0(4-2,3-2,1-0) 
ACC: 4-2-0, T-3rd 
Head Coach: Jerry Claiborne 
Preseason AP Poll 110 



S10 

S17 

S24 

01 

08 

015 

022 

029 

N5 

N12 

N19 



(101 
[111 
H 



[-] -atClemson 

[-1 West Virginia 

[5] atPennState L 

• at NC State L 



Syracuse 

• at Wake Forest . 
•Duke" 

• North Carolina 
Villanova 



Hall of Fame Bowl 

D22 Minnesota ' 

at Birmingham, Ala. (legion Field) 



W 

w 

w 

L 

W 

at Richmond w 

•Virginia W 



W 21-14 
L 16-24 
9-27 
20-24 
24-10 
35-7 
31-13 
7-16 
19 13 
27-24 
28-0 



. W 17-7 



1978 



9 30(4 1, 


5-1,0-1) 




ACC: 1 0,2nd 






Head Coach: Jerry Claiborne 




S9 






W SI 7 


S16 [20] 


[-1 




W 24-17 


S23 |18| 


[-1 




W 21-20 


S30 1151 


[-1 
1201 






07 [I2| 


•NCSlar.' 


W 31-7 


014 1101 


l-l 






021 161 


1-1 


•Wake forest 


W 39-0 


028 |SI 




■ at Duke 


W 770 


N4 |5| 


[21 


at Penn State 


1 3 27 


Nil 1131 


[-1 


•it Virginia 


W 17-7 


N18 [11] 


1121 




t 2428 


Sun Bowl 








023 1131 


114] 
II 020 


teias 


1 042 


FlnalAPPo 




at llPou>, Texas (Son Bowl; 





41,088 
35,107 
21,109 
38,131 
38,500 
46,321 
20,200 
43,013 
45,315 
40,288 
23,100 



.L 21-30 58,500 



[19] [141 
[-1 [6] 
H [14] 



S6 
S13 
520 

',27 

04 

011 

018 

025 

Nl 

N15 

N22 

Tangerine Bowl 

D20 



Villanova W 

Vanderbilt W 

at West Virginia W 

• at North Carolina L 

at Pittsburgh L 9-38 

Penn State L 

•Wake Forest W 

•at Duke W 

•NC State* W 

•Clemson W 

•atVirginia W 

Florida L 20-35 



7-3 


32,650 


31-6 


27,150 


14-11 


48,038 


3-17 


51,400 


9-38 


47,409 


10-24 


48,123 


11-10 


36,472 


17-14 


17,400 


24-0 


40,016 


34-7 


32,650 


31-0 


22,407 



at Orlando, Fla. (Tangerine Bowl) 

1981 

4-6-1(2-2,2-4-1) 

ACC: 4-2-0, 3rd 

Head Coach: Jerry Claiborne 



S12 

S19 

S26 

02 

010 

017 

024 

031 

N7 

N14 

N21 



at Vanderbilt L 

West Virginia L 

•at NC State W 



17-23 
13-17 
34-9 



atSyracuse T 17-17 



H 

[-1 



[91 



at Florida 

• at Wake Forest .. 
•Duke" 

• North Carolina ., 
atTulane 



10-15 
45-33 
24-21 

10 17 
7-14 

•atClemson L 7-21 

•Virginia W 48-7 



44.650 
45,123 
62,079 
42,800 
39,100 
24,900 
44,867 
42,683 
30,186 
17,000 
33,787 

47,000 



1982 



8-4-0(5-1,3-2,0-1) 

ACC: 5 1-0, 2nd 

Head Coach: Bobby Ross 



S11 

S18 

S25 

02 

09 

016 

023 

030 

N7 

N13 

N20 



[-] (7] at Penn State L 31-39 

[-] [17] at West Virginia L 18-19 

•NC State W 23-6 

atSyracuse W 26-3 

Indiana State W 380 

•WakeForest W 52-31 

•Duke* W 49-22 

• at North Carolina W 31-24 

Miami w 18-17 

■Clemson L 22-24 

■atVirginia W 45-14 



hi [10] 

[19] [-] 

[18] [111 

[19] I 1 
Aloha Bowl 
D25 [16] [9] 
Final AP Poll 020 
at Honolulu, Hawaii (Aloha Stadium) 



Washington L 20-21 



52,541 



38.624 
38,300 
47,500 
32,000 
56,316 
25,500 
31,800 
32,100 
32,474 
64,000 
21.300 



84,597 
56,042 
34,300 
30,214 
31,500 
35,100 
40,100 
51,319 
43,200 
51,750 
20,002 

30,055 



31,458 


1983 




ACC CMh\ 


ivns> 


36,142 


8 4 0(5 1,3 2,0 1) 




48,000 


ACC: 6 0, Champions 






42.873 


Head Coach: Bobby Ross 








Preseason AP 01 7 






15,709 
43,119 
23.600 
78.019 


S10 


[17] (-1 


atVandortnll 


W 21-14 


40.856 


SI/ 


(171 1201 




L 21)1 


54.715 


S24 


( 1 11/1 






48,500 


01 






W 23-3 


40,200 


08 


116] |-| 




W 34-13 


43,700 




015 


1161 l-l 


• at Wake forest . 


W 1633 


22.300 


51.376 


022 






W 38-3 


40,100 




029 


1131 13] 


• North Carolina 


W 78 26 


51.200 


31.122 


N5 


[7] I3| 

111] |17| 




I 23 35 






• ,it (Irmson " 


1 . 


81.000 




N19 


120] I | 


•atNC'i 


W 29 6 


32,300 




Florida Citrus Bowl 








01/ 






1 


50,185 




at Orlando. Flo (Florida (ilrut Bowl) 








i "(*mu»i™4c«f* 


fc* ACT itttr. game count\ as Maryland victory m Ait 


\landmgs 



1984 



P,cc ct\w K lerns> 



9-3 0(2-2,5-1,2-0) 

| ACC: 6-0-0, Champions 
Head Coach: Bobby Ross 



S8 Syracuse L 7-23 38.850 

S15 Vanderbilt L 14-23 34,100 

S22 [-] [17] at West Virginia W 20-17 58,353 

S29 -WakeForest W 38-17 32,700 

06 [-] [11] at Penn State L 24-25 85,456 

013 - NC State " W 44-21 43,450 

027 -at Duke W 43-7 17,500 

N3 • at North Carolina W 34-23 48,000 

N10 [-] [6] at Miami W 42-40 31,548 

N17 [-] [20) -Clemson' W 41-23 60,575 

N24 [18] [-] -atVirginia W 45-34 43,017 

Sun Bowl 

D22 [12] [-] Tennessee 1 W 28-27 50,126 

Final AP Poll 012 

at Baltimore, Md. (Memorial Stadium) 
' at El Paso. Texas (Sun Bowl) 




Stan Gelbaugh led the Terps to the I 985 ACC title. 



1985 Acc c/i.im 

9-3-0(4-1,3-1,2-1) 

ACC: 6-0-0, Champions 
Head Coach: Bobby Ross 
Preseason AP Poll 07 

S7 [7] [19] Penn State L 18-20 

S14 [17| H Boston College ' w 31-13 

S21 [17] (-] WestVirginia W 28-0 

S28 [17] [12] at Michigan L 0-20 

05 -atNCState w 31-17 

019 • at Wake Forest W 26-3 

026 -Duke W 40-10 

N2 • North Carolina " W 28-10 

N9 [-] [8] Miami" I 22-29 

N16 -atClemson w 34-31 

N29 -Virginia W 33-21 

Cherry Bowl 

D21 Syracuse w 15-18 

Final AP Poll 018 

or Foxboro. Mais. (Sullivan Stadium) 
' at Baltimore. Md. (Memorial Stadium) 

at Pontine Mich. (Pontioc Silverdome) 

1986 

5-5-1(1-3,4 2,00 1) 

ACC : 1.5th 

Head Coach: Bobby Ross 

SI at Pittsburgh W 10-7 

S13 Vanderbili w 35-21 

S20 at Wesl Virginia W 24-3 

S27 |13l I-] -NC State ( 16 28 

011 Boston College" I 25 30 

018 -WakeForest I 21-27 

025 -at Duke w 27 19 

Nl -al North Carolina I 30 32 

N8 || |2] atPennState I 15-17 

I [15] -Clemson i ,, ,; 

N28 W 42 10 
at Bottmore. Md (Memorial Stadium) 



cent-s> 



50,750 
30,210 
51.250 
105,282 
29,500 
23,700 
46,175 
49,800 
62.350 
78.037 
48,950 

51,858 



48,120 
45.27S 
63,500 
44.920 
45.380 
39.650 
18.600 
46.000 
85.651 
58.758 
27.800 



\ 1987 

. 4-70(3 1.1 5,0-1) 

f ACC: 1 I 0.5th 

I Head Coach: loe Krivak 

I ss L 11-25 

', S12 -Virginia W 21 19 

S19 WestVirginia W 25 20 

S26 •atNCState 1 14-42 

010 1-1 HI .it Miami I 16-46 

017 -at Wake Forest w 14-0 

024 -Duke" W 23-22 

on - Noith Carolina I 14-27 

N 11161 Penn Stale I 16-21 

9 ■atClemson L 16-45 

N21 at Vanderbilt L 24-34 

at Baltimore. Md. (Memorial Stadium) 

1988 

5 6 0(3 2.2-4) 
ACC: 1 I ii ! Ml 

Head Coach: foe Krivak 

S3 Louisville W 27 16 

S17 1-1 1121 at West Virginia I 24-55 

S24 -NC State W 30-26 

01 at Syracuse L 9-20 

08 -Georgia lech W 13-8 

01 5 -Wake Forest' L 24-27 

022 -at Duke W 34-24 

029 -at North Carolina W 41-38 

NS atPennState L 10-17 

N12 [-1 1161 -Clemson I 25-49 

N19 •, it Virginia I 23-24 

1989 

3 7 1(2 3.1-4.0-0-1) 

ACC: 2 5 0.6th 

Head Coach: Joe Krivak 

S2 -atNCState L 6-10 

S9 (-1 |17| WestVirginia L 10-14 

S16 Western Michigan W 23-0 

S23 1-1 [71 -atClemson L 7-31 

S30 1-1 [61 at Michigan L 21-41 

07 -at Georgia Tech L 24-28 

014 -atWakeForest W 27-7 

021 -Duke" I 25-46 

028 ■ North Carolina W 38-0 

N11 [-1 [131 Penn Stat.' 1 13-13 

N18 H [161 -Virginia I 21-48 

at Baltimore. Md. (Memorial Stadium) 




a" 1 .,.•:,■■ 



35.234 
35.550 
40,125 
44.300 
43.020 
25.175 
37.400 
35.425 
62.500 
78.000 
34.816 



30.457 
60,188 

32.291 
45.197 
36,969 
41.278 
23,800 
45,000 
78,000 
45,000 
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 Donnell started at QB in 1 988 and 1 989. 

1990 

6-5-1(3-1.3-3.0-1-1) 

ACC:: I 0,4th 

Head Coach: Joe Krivak 

SI Virginia Tech W 20-13 34.198 

S8 [-1 [251 atWestVirgin.a W 14-10 64.950 

S15 [-1 [161 -Clemson ... L 17-18 39,255 

S22 -NC State W 13-12 

S29 [-) [6] at Michigan L 17-45 102,894 

06 (-1 [231 -Georgia Tech _ I 3-31 31,941 

013 -WakeForest' M W 41-13 27,554 

020 -at Duke W 23-20 23,200 

027 -at North Carolina L 10-34 46.000 

N10 [-1 [211 at Penn State .1 10-24 

N17 [-1 [81 -atVirginia W 35-30 43.500 
Independence Bowl 

D15 Louisiana Tech T 34-34 48,325 
err Baltimore. Md (Memorial Stadium) 
' at Shreveporx la. (Independence Stadium) 



1991 



2 90(1 3.1 5, 01) 

ACC: 2 '. 0.6th 

Head Coach: Joe Krivak 

S7 -Virginia w 17-6 

S14 [-1 |221 Syracuse I 17(1 

S21 West Virginia I 7-37 

05 [-1 [17] ItPittSl |li L 20-24 

012 'at Georgia T i to 14 

019 -atWakeForest W 23-22 

026 -Duke I 13-17 

N2 ■ at North Carolina L 0-24 

N9 [-1 [9| Penn Slate' L 7-47 

N16 [-1 [151 -atClemson „ L 7 40 

N23 [-1 [221 -atNCState .... I 

at Baltimore. Md. (Memorial Stadium) 



17-20 



1992 



3 8 0(2 4, 14) 

ACC: 2 6 0,8th 

Head Coach: Man) Dtlffriei 



S5 

S12 
S19 
S26 

03 

010 

017 

024 

031 

N7 

N14 



[-1 [251 -atVirginia L 15-28 

[-] [191 -NC State I 10-14 

at West Virginia L 33-34 

[-1 (91 at Penn State L 13-49 

Pittsburgh W 47-34 



1-1 [171 



[-1 [221 
(-1 [61 



• Georgia Tech L 26-28 

•WakeForest" L 23-30 

■atDuke W 27-25 

• North Carolina L 24-31 

• at Florida State L 21-69 

■Clemson W 53-23 



1993 



2-9-0(1-4.1 5) 
ACC: 2 6-0,T-7th 
Head Coach: Mark Ouffner 




S4 

Sll [-1 [14] 

S18 

S25 

02 [-1 [81 

09 

016 

030 

N6 [-] [1] 

NI3 

N20 

1994 

4 7-0(3-2,1-5) 
ACC: 2-6-0. 7th 
Head Coach: Mark 
S3 

(-1 [41 



•Virginia L 29-43 

• at North Carolina L 42-59 

WestVirginia L 37-42 

at Virginia Tech L 28-55 

Penn Slate L 7-70 

• at Georgia Tech L 0-38 

•Duke" W 26 18 

■ al Clemson L 0-29 

■ Florida State L 20-49 

•atNCState L 21-44 

• at Wake Forest W 33-32 



Duffner 

-atDuke L 

• Florida State L 

at West Virginia W 

•WakeForest W 

■atClemson L 

[-1 [15] -at North Carolina L 

•Georgia Tech w 

Tulane" W 

•NC Stale I 

[-1 (211 -atVirginia L 

at Syracuse L 



1995 



6 5-0(3-2,3 3) 
ACC: 4-4-0, T-Sth. 
Head Coach: Mark 



S16 

S23 

S28 

07 

021 

028 

N4 

Nil 

N18 



124] 
[171 



M 

[61 



Duffner 

atTulane .. W 

■ North Carolina . 
WestVirginia W 

■ Duke W 

• at Georgia Tech L 

•atWakeForest W 

•Clemson" L 

at Louisville L 

•atNCState 

•Virginia — L 

• al Florida State L 



16-49 

20-52 

24-13 

31-7 

0-13 

17-41 

42-27 

38-10 

45-47 

21-46 

16-21 



29 10 

32-18 

31-17 

41-28 

3-31 

9-6 

0-17 

0-31 

30-13 

18-21 

17-59 



1996 



5 6-0(4 2,1-3.0-1) 

ACC3-5-0.T-6th 

Head Coach: Mark Duffner 



A31 

S7 

S14 

S28 

OS 

012 

019 



[-1 [22] 
[-1 [231 



H [131 



Northern Illinois 
Alabama-Birmingham . 
•at Virginia 

at West Virginia 

•NC State 



• at North Carolina 

•Wake Forest' . W 52-0 



W 30-6 

W 39-15 

I 3-21 

L 0-13 

L 8-34 

L 7-38 



36,198 
41,310 
40,442 
38,328 
42.011 
17.342 
35,423 
50,000 
57,416 
73,000 
36,491 



.11 400 
27,550 
55,727 
95,818 
35,891 
26,250 
11,132 
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 



18,159 
32,215 
48,055 
41,015 
44,137 
19,107 
43.603 
36,386 
45,652 
45,720 
68.400 



32.517 
30.057 
39.200 
54.542 
32.550 
47.000 
30.212 



026 -atDuke 
N2 • .it ' lent on 




N14 -Georgialech 
N23 1-1 [3| - Florida State 
at Miami, Ha. (Pro Player Stadium) 




1997 




2-9-0(1-5,14) 

ACC: 1 1 0,8th 

Head Coach: Ron Vanderlmden 





S6 Ohio I 

SI3 [ I (51 -at Florida Slate I 

S20 [-1 |6] • North Carolina 

S27 at Temple W 

04 • Duke 

Oil WestVirginia I 

018 -atWakeForest I 

025 -Clemson l 

Nl -Virginia I 

N8 -atNCState I 

N22 *al Georgia Tech I 



14 11 

750 

14-40 

24-21 

16-10 

14-31 

17-35 

9-20 

0-45 

28-45 

18-37 



1998 



3 8 0(2 3,1 4,0-1) 

ACC: 1 7 0,T-8th 

Head Coach: Ron Vanderlmden 



S5 

S12 
S19 
S26 

03 

010 

017 

031 

N7 

N14 

N21 



James Madison W 23-15 

■atVirginia L 19-31 

at West Virginia I 20-42 

Temple W 30-20 

[-1 [9] • Florida Slate I 10-24 

• at Clemson L 0-23 

• Wake Forest " L 10-20 

•Georgia Tech L 14-31 

at North Carolina L 13-24 

atDuke W 42-25 

■NC State I 21-35 



I-] 1121 
(-1 [191 



[-1 [231 



at Baltimore, Md. (PSINet Stadium) 



1999 



560(3-3,2-3) 

ACC: 2-6-0, T-8th 

Head Coach: RonVanderlinden 



30,100 
72,237 
30,084 
12,872 
23,206 
31,210 
17,893 
27.270 
23.479 
43,500 
35,276 



36.547 
42,800 
52,279 
27,047 
33,134 
73,000 
23,419 
25,183 
51,200 
15,272 
21.589 



59 






at Temple 


W 


6-0 


25,322 


Sll 








W 


51-10 


36,376 


S18 






WestVirginia 


W 


33-0 


33,169 


S30 


[-1 


[91 




L 


31-49 

17-14 


44,612 


09 


atWakeForest 


W 


19,321 


016 








L 


30-42 


34,097 


023 






North Carolina 


W 


45-7 


27,077 


030 






Duke " 


L 


22-25 


30,222 


N6 


[-1 

00 


Ml 


atNCState 


L 


17-30 
10-49 
30-34 


47,211 


Nil 




1 


80,340 


N?0 




L 


32,334 


20 








5-6-0(4 2,1-4) 










ACC 3-5-0, T-6th 










Head Coach: Ron Vanderlinden 








S9 






Temple 


W 


1710 


46,950 


S16 








L 


17-30 

45-27 


53.007 


S23 


Middle Tennessee 


W 


31.126 


S78 


[-1 

[-1 


[2] 
[51 




L 


7-59 
23-31 
14-35 
37-7 


47,044 


07 




L 


S3.655 


014 




L 


85.000 


021 


WakeForest" 


W 


26.544 


028 






atDuke 


W 


20-9 


20.033 


N4 






NC State 


W 


35-28 M 


28.410 


Nil 






at North Carolina 


L 


10-13 


40.000 


N18 


[-1 


[221 


Georgia Tech 


— l 


22-35 


24,701 



2001 



PCC 0]2M^Cff*lr& 



10-2-0(7-0,3-1,0 1) 
ACC: 7 1-0, Champions 
Head Coach: Ralph Friedgen 



S1 








23-7 
50-3 


44.080 


S8 


Eastern Michigan 




42.105 


S22 




atWakeForest 


W 


27-20 


22.372 


S29 




WestVirginia 




32-20 


40,166 


06 [25] 


[-1 


Virginia 


.'. 


41-21 


44.197 


Oil [221 


[15] 


at Georgia Tech 




20-17(01) 


40,574 


020 [12] 


[-1 


Duke" 


W 


59-17 


43.528 


027 [10] 


[18] 


at Florida ■ 




31-52 


82.565 


N3 [15] 


[-] 


TrovState 


w 


47-14 


38.415 


N10 |13] 


[-] 


Clemson 


w 


37-20 


52.462 


N17 [10] 


[-1 


at NC State 


W 


23-19 


51.500 


FedEx Orange Bowl 








J2 [6] 


f/fl 


Florida 


L 


23-56 


73.640 


Final AP Pa 









at Miami, fla. (Pro Player '■ ■ 



1 




B&t&te hl&f&c-'i 



ALL-TIME SERIES RESULTS 



,w 



Series results and records vs. 
opponents since 1892. Over- 
all records are listed tint with 
home, road and neutral 
records in parentheses. 
■ indicates home games; 
Neutral site games are indi- 
cated. 

Air Force 

2-0(1-0,1-0) 

1961 W 21-0 

1963- W 21-14 

Alabama 

1-2(1-1,0-1) 

1952 L 7-27 

1953- W 21-0 

1974- L 16-21 

Alabama- 
Birmingham 

1-0(1-0,0-0) 

1996- W 39-15 

Alexandria High 

1-0(1-0,0-0) 

1896- W 18-0 

American 

0-1(0-1,0-0) 

1918- L 6-13 

Auburn 

1-2(0-0,1-2) 

1952 W 13-7 

1958 L 7-20 

1983 L 23-35 

Bainbridge 
Naval 

1-1(1-1,0-0) 

1943- L 0-46 

1946- W 54-0 

Baltimore City 
College 

3-0(3-0,0-0) 

1893- W 14-0 

1906- W 22-0 

1913- W 27-0 

Baltimore 
medical Coll. 

0-1(0-0,0-1) 

1897' L 0-10 

l-Baltimore.Mil.ltl"!' 

Baltimore Poly 
Institute 

3-1(3 -1,0-0) 



= >*&>?: 



1905- 


W 


20-0 


me- 


W 


no 


nu- 


I 


0-6 


1915 - 


W 


31-0 


Bavin 

1-1(0 1 


r 




1955 






1956- 







Bethel Military 

1-0(1-0,0-0) 

1896- W 20-10 

Boston College 

1-1(0-1,0-0,1-0) 

1985' W 31-13 
1986- L 25-30 
1-Foxboro, Mass. {Sullivan Sta- 
dium) 

Boston 
University 

2-0(0-0,2-0) 

1949 W 14-13 

1952 W 34-7 

Business High 

1-0(1-0,0-0) 

1896- W 34-0 

Carnegie Tech 

0-1(0-0,0-1) 

1921 L 0-21 

Catholic 

8-1-2(5-0-1,3-1-1) 

1910- W 20-0 

1911- T 6-6 
1914- W 6-0 
1915 L 0-16 
1916- W 13-9 
1919- W 13-0 

1920 W 14-0 

1921 W 16-0 

1922 W 54-0 
1923- W 40-6 
1924 T 0-0 

Central High 

6-2(6-2,0-0) 

1893- W 10-0 

1896- W 10-6 

1896- W 14-0 

1897- W 24-6 
1901- L 0-11 
1908- W 5-0 

1910- W 12-0 

1911- L 0-14 

Charlotte Hall 
Academy 

1-0(1-0,0-0) 

1900- W 



Chicago 

0-1(0-0,0 1) 
1926 L 



21-6 



0-21 



Cincinnati 

2 0(1-0, 1-0) 

1975 W 21-19 

1976- W 21-0 

Clemson 

21-272 
(10-11-1,10-15,1-1-1) 

1952 • W 28-0 

1953 W 20-0 
1954- W 16-0 
1955 W 25 12 
1956- T 6-6 
1957 L 7-26 
1958- L 0-8 
1959 W 28-25 



I960- 

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 

2001 • 

J -Baltimore, 

dium) 



19-17 
24-21 
14-17 
6-21 
34-0 
6-0 
10-14 
7-28 
0-16 
0-40 
11-24 
14-20 
31-6 
28-13 
41-0 
22-20 
20-0 
21-14 
24-28 
19-0 
34-7 
7-21 
22-24 
27-52 
41-23 
34-31 
17-17 
16-45 
25-49 
7-31 
17-18 
7-40 
53-23 
0-29 
0-13 
0-17 
3-35 
9-20 
0-23 
30-42 
14-35 
W 37-20 
Md. (Memorial Sto- 



Clifton Athletic 
Club 

1-0(1-0,0-0) 

1903- W 5-0 

Colonial 
Athletic Club 

0-1(0-1,0-0) 

1894- L 0-26 

Connecticut 

1-0(1-0,0-0) 

1942- W 34-0 

Crescent 
Athletic Club 

1-0(1-0,0-0) 

1892- W 12-0 

Curtis Bay 
Coast Guard 

1(0-1,0-0) 

1943- L 7-13 



Delaware 

3-5-1(2-0-1,1-5) 

1899 L 0-32 

1901 L 6-24 

1902- T 0-0 

1903 L 0-16 

1904 L 0-18 

1905 L 0-12 
1917- W 20-0 
1947- W 43-19 
1948 W 21-0 

Dickinson 

1-0(1-0,0-0) 

1916- W 



Duke 

27-18 
(12-6,13-9,2-3) 

1932 

1933 - 

1941 ' 

1942 

1947 

1948 •« 

1950 

1957 

I960- 

1962 

1963' 

1964 

1966- 

1968' 

1969- 

1970 

1972 

1973* 

1974' 

1976 

1977- 

1978 

1979 

1980 

1981 - 

1982 - 

1983 • 
1984 
1985- 
1986 
1987- 
1988 
1989- 
1990 
1991 - 
1992 
1993 - 
1994 
1995 - 
1996 
1997- 
1998 
1999- 
2000 
2001 - 



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 
W 



6-0 



0-34 

7-38 

0-50 

0-42 

7-19 

12-13 

26-14 

0-14 

7-20 

7-10 

12-30 

17-24 

21-19 

28-30 

20-7 

12-13 

14-20 

30-10 

56-13 

30-3 

31-13 

27-0 

27-0 

17-14 

24-21 

49-22 

38-3 

43-7 

40-10 

27-19 

23-22 

34-24 

25-46 

23-20 

13-17 

27 25 

26-18 

16-49 

41-28 

22-19 

16-10 

42-25 

22-25 

20-9 

59-17 



t-Battimore. Md fMtnwM SM 

,1mm) 2 Washington. DC 

todlWTtt, i Richmond. 

Va.:4-N,«> 

Duquesne 

1 0(0 0, 1-0) 

1947 W 32 



Eastern High 

4-1(4-1,0-0) 

1893- W 36-0 

1896- L 0-6 

1897- W 4-0 

1898- W 4-0 

1899- W 22-0 

Eastern 
Michigan 

1-0(1-0,0-0) 

2001 - W 50-3 

Episcopal High 

0-4(0-3,0-1) 

1892- L 0-16 

1896- L 0-6 

1898 L 0-37 

1900- L 6-34 

Florida 

6-12(2-1,1-6,3-5) 

1927 ' L 6-7 

1933 -' L 0-19 

1934' W 21-0 

1935 W 20-6 

1936 L 6-7 
1937- W 13-7 
1938 L 7-21 
1939- L 0-14 
1940 L 0-19 
1941- W 13-12 
1942' W 13-0 
1944 L 6-14 
1971 L 23-27 
1974- L 10-17 
1975' W 13-0 
1980° L 20-35 
1981 L 10-15 
2001 ' L 23-56 

J -Jacksonville, Flo. (Municipal 
Stadium); 2-tampo, Ha.; 1-Balti- 
more.Md. (Memorial Stadium);4- 
Washington. D.C (Griffith Sta- 
dium); S-iocksomille. Fla. (Gator 
Bowl); 6-0rlando, Fla. (Tangerine 
Bowl), 7-Miami, Fla. (Pro Player 
Stadium. FedEx Orange Bowl) 

Florida State 

0-12(0-5,0-6,0-1) 



1966 

1968- 

1992 

1993- 

1994- 

1995 

1996' 

1997 

1998- 

1999 

2000- 

2001 



21-45 
14-24 
21-69 
20-49 
20-52 
17-59 
10-48 

7-50 
10-24 
10-49 

7-59 
31-52 



I Miami, Fla (Pro Player Stadium) 

Fort Monroe 

0-0 1(0-0-1,0-0) 

1904- 1 0-0 

Fredricksburg 

2-0(1 0,1-0) 

1908 W 100 

1911- W 50 



Gallaudet 

9-6-1(7-4-1,2-2) 

1896- T 0-0 

1897- L 6-16 

1898- L 0-33 
1901- L 10-11 
1904 W 22-5 
1905- W 16-0 
1907 L 0-5 
1908- W 5-0 
1909 W 14-12 

1911- W 6-2 

1912- W 13-7 

1913- L 0-13 
1914 L 0-23 
1915- W 10-2 
1926- W 38-7 
1929- W 13-6 

Georgetown 



6-10(3-6,0-1, 

1894- W 



1902 - 
1903- 

1904 

1906' 

1907- 

1934- 

1935' 

1936- 

1937' 

1938- 

1939' 

1940- 

1941 ' 

1949- 

1950' 



I -Washington, DC. 
dium) 



3-3) 

6-4 
0-27 
0-28 
0-22 
0-28 
0-10 

6-0 
12-6 

6-7 
12-2 
7-14 
0-20 
0-41 
0-26 
33-7 
25-14 

(Griffith Sta- 



Georgetown 
Prep 

1-1(1-1,0-0) 

1900- L 0-5 

1900- W 15-0 

George 
Washington 

11-3(7-2,1-0,3-1) 

1898- L 5-17 

1902- W 1110 

1903 W 6-0 

1907 ' W 10-0 

1908- L 0-57 

1909 ' L 0-26 

1910' W 11-0 

1948- ' W 47-0 

1949. w 40-14 

1950- W 23-7 

1951- W 33 6 
1953 ' W 27-6 

1954- W 48-6 

1955- W 19 
1- Washington, DC (Griffith Sto 
dium) 

Georgia 

3-2-1(1-0,2-1,0-1 1) 

1947 ' T 20-20 

1950 L 7-27 

1951 W 43-7 

1952 W 37-0 

1953- W 40-13 

1971 I 1617 

I iatksonvitlf. fla IGolor Bowl). 
2-Atlanta.Ga Ifultm 



Georgia Tech 



4-10(3-3,1-6, 



1988- 

1989 

1990- 

1991 

1992- 

1993 

1994- 

1995 

1996- 

1997 

1998' 

1999 

2000- 

2001 



t-Baltimote. Md. 
dium) 



,0-1) 

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 
ot 20-17 
(PSINet Sla- 



Gibraltar 
Athletic Club 

0-1(0-1,0-0) 

1900- L 0-17 

Gonzaga High 



1-1(1-1,0-0) 

1900- L 

1900- W 



5-11 
21-0 



Greenville 
Air Base 

1-0(0-0,1-0) 

1943 W 43-18 

Guilford 

1-0(1-0,0-0) 

1945- W 60-6 

Gunton Temple 

1-0(1-0,0-0) 

1903- W 21-0 

Hampden 
Sydney 

2-2(2-2,0-0) 

1939- W 25-0 

1940- L 6-7 

1941- W 18-0 
1944- I 0-12 

Haverford 

0-2(0-1,0-1) 

1915 L 0-7 

1916- L 6-7 

Houston 

0-1(0-0,0-0,0-1) 
1976' L 21-30 

I Dallas, lexas (Cotton Bowl) 

Indiana 

0-2(0-0,0-1,0-1) 

1934 L 14-17 

1935' L 7-13 

1-Boltimoir. Md (Memorial Sta- 
dium) 

Indiana State 

1-0(1-0,0-0) 

1982 • W 38-0 

James Madison 

1 0(1 0,0-0) 

1998- W 23-15 



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Miami 


Mt Washington 


1<»« 1 ■ 


1 


10 17 




A 16-11 5(1 2,8 5 2,7 4 3) 


7 7(1 0,6-6,0 1) 


1(00,0 1) 




1987 


W 


11 .'•! 


1997 


L 






i 


48 










• 1892 ' 


L 


062 


1948 W 27 13 


1906 


L 


29 


1983 - 


W 


28 26 


1998- 


L 


21 35 


1970- 


i 


34 










A 1897 • 


L 


0-30 


1949 W 13 








1984 


w 


34 23 


1999 


1 


17 30 


1971 


L 












• 1898 


L 


16 


1953 W 300 


Navy 






1985 - 


w 


28 10 


2000- 


W 2o1 35-28 


1972 


L 


1646 










a 1899 


I 


0-40 


1954 1 7-9 


5 14(3 2,09,2 -3) 


1986 


L 


30 32 


2001 


W 


23-19 




L 


22 42 


1939 








• 
^ 


I 
L 


0-17 


1956 I 6-13 

1957 W 16-6 


1905 
1906 


1 

L 


17 
12 


1987- 

1988 


L 
W 


14 11 
41 38 




1974 
1975- 


L 
I 


1/ 74 
13-15 


1940 
1941 


W 

I 






9 


L 


0-10 


1958 W 26 11 


1907 


L 


0-12 


1989- 


W 


38-0 








1977 


L 


9-27 




W 






_ 


I 


09 


1962 1 24 28 


1908- 


I 


57 


1990 


L 


10 34 


Northern lllii 


1978 


L 


3-27 


t'lphio.Po . 


1 Bohimore. 




9 


I 


11 1! 


1970 L 11 18 


191 


I 


76 


1991 


L 


0-24 


1-0(10, 00) 




1979- 


I 


7 27 


Md (Memorial','' 




— 191 1 - 


I 


3-6 


1972 I 8-28 


1916- 


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0-3(0 0,0 3) 

1985 L 0-20 

1989 L 21-41 

1990 L 17-45 

Michigan State 

1-4(0-1,1-3) 

1944- L 0-8 

1944 I 0-33 


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1918- W 6-2 


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1909 I 0-33 
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1921 T 6-6 

1922 W 7-6 

1923 W 26 12 

1924 - 0-0 


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3 2 1 (3-11,0 1) 

1896- T 0-0 

1902- L 0-5 

1903- W 11-0 
1904 1 n-fi 


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1986 W 10-7 
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1946 L 14-26 

1947 L 7-14 
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1946 
1947- 


L 

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7-28 

0-0 


1905- 
1912- 


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w 


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1919 
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w 

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State 

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1926- 
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1893- 
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w 


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w 


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1936 


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L 


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L 


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Louisiana Si 


Mississippi 
State 


1950 


T 


7-7 


1969- 


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1954 


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w 
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1918 


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1971 - 


w 


38-0 


1981 


W 


45-33 


1928- 


W 


31-0 


1980 


W 


14-11 




1973 • 


W 


38-0 


Troy State 


1940- 


L 


6-19 


1972 - 


w 


28-16 


1982- 


W 


52-31 


1929- 


W 


34-7 


1981 • 


L 


13-17 , 




1974 


W 


31-0 


1-0(1-0,0-0) 


1942 


W 


27-12 


(-Baltimore, Md (Memorial Sta- 


1983 


W 


36-33 


1930- 


w 


60-6 


1982 


L 


18-19 




1975- 


W 


24-7 


2001- W 47-14 


1943 


L 


0-39 


dium);2- 
Va 


Norfolk Va 


i-Roonoke. 


1984- 


W 


38-17 


1931 - 


w 


13-0 


1983 - 


L 


21-31 




1976 


W 


42-28 




1944' 


L 


7-18 








1985 


w 


26-3 


1932- 


w 


63-0 


1984 


W 


20-17 ' 




1977- 


W 


24-10 


Tulane 


1945' 


W 


19-13 


Virginia Tech 


1986- 


L 


21-27 








1985- 


W 


28-0 




1978 


W 


24-9 


4-2(3-0,1-2) 


1957- 


W 


12-0 


15-11(4-2.4-3.7-6) 


1987 


W 


14-0 


Western 




1986 


w 


24-3 ' 




1981 - 


T 


17-17 


1933 L 0-20 


1958 


w 


44-6 


1919 - 


I 


0-6 


1988- 


L 


24-27 


Carolina 




1987- 


w 


25-20 




1982 


W 


26-3 


1973- W 42-9 


1959- 


w 


55-12 


1920 


w 


7-0 


1989 


W 


27-7 


1-0(1-0,0-0) 




1988 


L 


24-55 ' 




1983 - 


W 


34-13 


1978- W 31-7 


1960 


w 


44-12 


1921 ' 


w 


10-7 


1990- 


w 


41-13 


1999- 


w 


51-10 


1989- 


L 


10-14 




1984- 


L 


7-23 


1981 L 7-14 


1961 


L 


16-28 


1922 


L 


0-21 


1991 


w 


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1990 


W 


14-10 * 




1985' 


W 


35-18 


1994- W 38-10 


1962- 


W 


40-18 


1923' 


L 


9-16 


1992 - 


L 


23-30 


Western High 


1991 - 


L 


7-37 




1987 


L 


11-25 


1995 W 29-10 


1963 • 


W 


21-6 


1924' 


L 


0-12 


1993 


w 


33-32 


0-0-1(0-0-1,0-0) 


1992 


L 


33-34 ( 




1988 


L 


9-20 




1964 


W 


10-0 


1925' 


I 


0-3 


1994- 


w 


317 


1900- 


T 


0-0 


1993- 


L 


37-42 




1991 - 


L 


17-31 


UCLA 


1965 - 


L 


27-33 


1926' 


L 


8-24 


1995 


w 


9-6 








1994 


W 


24-13 1 




1994 


L 


16-21 


1-1(1-0,0-1) 


1966 


L 


17-41 


1927' 


W 


13-7 


1996- 


w 


52-0 


Westem 




1995- 


W 


31-17 




l-Baltimore, Md. (Memorial Sta- 
dium); 2-Npih York M Y tPnln 


1954 L 7-12 


1967- 


L 


7-12 


1928' 


L 


6-9 


1997 


L 


17-35 


Maryland 




1996 


L 


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1955- W 7-0 


1968 


L 


23-28 


1929' 


W 


24-0 


1998- 


L 


10-20 


17-14-1 






1997- 


L 


14-31 




(Pontiac Silverdome) 






1969- 


W 


17-14 


1930' 


W 


13-7 


1999 


W 


17-14 


(6-4,3-5,8-5-1) 




1998 


L 


20-42 | 




T nn l« 






U.S. Marines 


1970 


W 


17-14 


1931 


w 


20-0 


2000- 


W 


37-7 


1893 


W 


18-10 


1999- 


W 


33-0 




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1-0(1-0,0-0) 


1971 - 


L 


27-29 


1932- 


L 


0-23 


2001 


w 


27-20 


1894- 


W 


52-0 


2000 


L 


17-30 1 




5-2(4-2,0-0,1-0) 


1901- W 27-0 


1972 


W 


24-23 


1933' 


L 


0-14 








1896 


W 


16-6 


2001 - 


W 


32-20 




1903' 


W 


27-0 




1973 - 


W 


33-0 


1934' 


W 


14-9 


Wal 


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1898 


L 


0-32 










1906- 


w 


5-0 


U.S. merchant 


1974 


W 


10-0 


1935' 


W 


7-0 


0-1(0 


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1899- 


L 


0-21 


William & IV ' 




1907 - 


w 


13-0 


marine 


1975 - 


W 


62-24 


1936 5 


w 


6-0 


1901 


L 


0-36 


1901 - 


L 


0-36 


1-2(0-1.1-1) 






1908- 


L 


5-6 


1-0(1-0,0-0) 


1976 


W 


28-0 


1945 


L 


13-21 








1902 


L 


6-26 


1905 


W 


17-0 




1909- 


L 


0-11 


1945- W 22-6 


1977 - 


W 


28-0 


1946- 


w 


60 


Wa! 


ihington 


1903' 


W 


6-0 


1945 - 


L 


14-33 i 




1911 • 


W 


6-0 




1978 


W 


17-7 


1947 


w 


21-19 


0-1(0 


-0,0-0,0-1) 


1904 


L 


0-5 


1946 


L 


7-41 " 




1912 - 


w 


31-6 


Vanderbilt 


1979- 


W 


17-7 


1948 •' 


' w 


28-0 


1982' 


L 


20-21 


1905- 


L 


0-10 










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1980 


W 


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1949 


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1910 


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1981 • 
1982 
1983 • 


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1950- 


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1990- 


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1912 


W 


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1919 


L 


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1997 
1998- 


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w 


24-21 

30-20 


1932' L 0-13 

1947 W 20-6 

1948 L 0-34 
1980- W 31-6 
1981 L 17-23 
1983 W 21 14 
1984- L 14-23 
1986- W 35-21 
1987 L 24-34 

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1921 
1922 


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1999 
2000- 


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1986 

1987 - 

1988 

1989- 

1990 

1991 - 

1992 

1993 - 

1994 

1995- 

1996 

1997- 

1998 


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1932 
1933 - 
1934 
1935- 
1936 • 
1937 


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1936 

1937 - 

1938 


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1924 
1925 
1926 
1927 
1928 
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ALL-TIME SERIES RECORDS 



Opponent (Game* Played) Reeord first last 

Air Forte (2) ;oo 1961 l%3 

AI.ibdm.Kil 1 2 1952 1974 

Alabama Birmingham (1) 100 1996 1996 

Alexandria High (1) 1 1896 1896 

American U.(1) I 1918 1918 

Auburn (51 1 .' 1952 1983 

Bainbridge Naval (2) 1-1-0 1943 1946 

Baltimore City College (3) *00 1893 1913 

Baltimore Medical College (1) 0-1-0 1897 1897 

Baltimore Poly Institute (4) 3-1-0 1905 1915 

Baylor (2) 1 1 1955 1956 

Bethel Military (1) 100 1896 1896 

Boston College (2) 1-1-0 1985 1986 

Boston U. (2) 2 0-0 1949 1952 

Business High (1) 1-0-0 1896 1896 

Carnegie Tech (1) 0-1-0 1921 1921 

Catholic U.(11) 8-1-2 1910 1924 

Central High (8) 6-2-0 1893 1911 

Charlotte Hall Academy (1) 1-0-0 1900 1900 

Chicago (1) 0-1-0 1926 1926 

Cincinnati (2) 2-0-0 1975 1976 

Clemson(SO) 21-27-2 1952 2001 

Clifton Athletic Club (1) 1-0-0 1903 1903 

Colonial Athletic Club (1) 0-1-0 1894 1894 

Connecticut (1) 1-0-0 1942 1942 

Crescent Athletic Club (1) 1-0-0 1892 1892 

Curtis Bay Coast Guard (1) 0-1-0 1943 1943 

Delaware (9) 3-5-1 1899 1948 

Dickinson (1) 1-0-0 1916 1916 

Duke (45) 27-18-0 1932 2001 

Duquesne(l) 1-0-0 1947 1947 

Eastern High (5) 4-1-0 1893 1899 

Eastern Michigan (1) 10-0 2001 2001 

Episcopal High (4) 0-4-0 1892 1900 

Florida (18) 6-12-0 1927 2001 

Florida State (12) 0-12-0 1966 2001 

Fori Monroe (1) 0-0-1 1904 1904 

Fredncksburg (Va.) (2) 2-0-0 1908 1911 

Gallaudet(16) 9-6-1 1896 1929 

Georgetown (16) 6-10-0 1894 1950 

Georgetown Prep (2) 1-1-0 1900 1900 

George Washington (14) 11-3-0 1898 1955 



Opponent (Garnet Played) Record first Last 

Georgia t J-2-1 1947 1973 

Georgia Tech (14) 4-10 1988 2001 

Gibraltar Athletic Club (1) 10 1900 1900 

Gonzaga High (2) 1 10 1900 1900 

Greenville Air Based) 100 1943 1943 

Guilford College (1) 100 1945 1945 

Gunton Templed) 1-0-0 1903 1903 

Hampden Sydney (4) 2-2-0 1939 1944 

Haverford(2) 0-2-0 1915 1916 

Houston (1) 0-1-0 1976 1976 

Indiana (2) 0-2-0 1934 1935 

Indiana Stated) 1-0-0 1982 1982 

James Madison (ll 1-0-0 1998 1998 

Johns Hopkins (32) 16-11-5 1892 1934 

Kentucky (7) 3-2-2 1931 1979 

Lakehurst Naval (1) 1-0-0 1942 1942 

Louisiana State (3) 3-0-0 1951 1955 

Louisiana Tech (1) 0-0-1 1990 1990 

Louisville (4) 3-1-0 1978 1995 

Miami (14) 7-7-0 1948 1987 

Miami U. (Ohio) (1) 0-1-0 1969 1969 

Michigan (3) 0-3-0 1985 1990 

Michigan State (5) 1-4-0 1944 1950 

Middle Tennessee State (1) 1-0-0 2000 2000 

Minnesota (1) 1-0-0 1977 1977 

Mississippi (2) 1-1-0 1952 1953 

Mississippi Stated) 1-0-0 1979 1979 

Missouri (6) 6-0-0 1949 1955 

Mount St. Joseph's (2) 2-0-0 1902 1905 

Mount St. Mary's (5) 1-4-0 1894 1907 

Mount Washington (1) 0-1-0 1906 1906 

Navy (19) 5-14-0 1905 1965 

New York U. (2) 2-0-0 1916 1918 

North Carolina (64) 28 35 1 1920 2001 

NC State (58) 26 28 4 1909 2001 

Northern Illinois (1) 1-0-0 1996 1996 

OhioU.(2) 11-0 1965 1997 

Oklahoma (4) 0-4-0 1953 1967 

Old Maryland (Baltimore) (6) 3-2-1 1896 1912 

Olympia Athletic Club (1) 1-0-0 1902 1902 

Orient Athletic Club (2) 2-0-0 1893 1894 

Pennsylvania (5) 1-4-0 1922 1941 



Opponent (Games Played) 
Pennsylvania Military (4) 

PennStati 

Pittsburgh (5) 

Princeton (2) 

Randolph Macon (3) 

Richmond Army Air Base (1 ) 

Richmond (18) 

Rock Hill College (5) 

Rutgers (7) 

St. John's (Annapolis) (29) 

South Carolina (28) 

Southern Methodist (2) 

Swarthmored) 

Syracuse (34) 

Tech High (7) 

Temple (4) 

Tennessee (7) 

Texas (3) 

Texas A & M (2) 

Third Army Corps (1) 

Troy Stated) 

Tulane(6) 

UCLA (2) 

U.S. Marines (1) 

US Merchant Marines (1) 

Vanderbilt (11) 

Villanova (10) 

Virginia (66) 

Virginia Military (25) 

Virginia Tech (26) 

Wake Forest (50) 

Walbrook Athletic Club (1) 

Washington (1) 

Washington & Lee (20) 

Washington College (23) 

Western Carolina (1) 

Western High (1) 

Western Maryland (32) 

Western Michigan (1) 

West Virginia (39) 

William & Mary (3) 

Yale (11) 




Record 

3 20 
20 
2-0-1 
10-0 
12-5-1 
J 1 1 
4-3-0 

18-11-0 

17-11 
2-0-0 
0-1-0 

14-18-2 
5-2-0 
4-0-0 
2-5-0 
0-3-0 
0-2-0 
1-0-0 
1-0-0 
4-2-0 
1-1-0 
1-0-0 
1-0-0 
4-7-0 
8-2-0 

38262 
14-92 

15-11-0 

36-13-1 
0-1-0 
0-1-0 
13-5-2 
19-3-1 
10-0 
0-0-1 

17-14-1 
1-0-0 

18-19-2 
1-2-0 
2-8-1 



1980 
1920 
1904 
1943 
1907 
1898 
1920 
1892 
1926 
1961 
1919 
1920 
1903 
1997 
1951 
1959 
1957 
1922 
2001 
1933 
1954 
1901 
1945 
1927 
1970 
1919 
1910 
1919 
1917 
1901 
1982 
1924 
1894 
1999 
1900 
1893 
1989 
1919 
1905 
1919 



1922 
1923 
1943 
1977 
1909 
1942 
1937 
1971 
1962 
1919 
1994 
1912 
2000 
1984 
1978 
1958 
1922 
2001 
1995 
1955 
1901 
1945 
1987 
1980 
2001 
1972 
1993 
2001 
1901 
1982 
1953 
1932 
1999 
1900 
1942 
1989 
2001 
1946 
1930 



08 Jack Ua rbath (62) threads 
the needle between two 
Louisiana State defenders in 
the 1952 homecoming game. 
Note the intriguing uniform 
numbers of the Tigers. 






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TERPS IN FINAL RANKINGS 



Final 
J Polls 

| Year .... AP Coaches' 

| 1949.. 14 

1951 .... 3 
; 1952.. 13 
| 1953 .... 1 

1954.... 8 

1955 .... 3 

1973 .. 20 

1974.. 13 

1975.. 13 

1976.... 8 

1978.. 20 

1982.. 20.. 

1983... --.. 

1984.. 12.. 

1985.. 18.. 



1952 



1955 



2001 ..11. 



AP Polls 

1949 



Notre Dame 

Oklahoma 

California 

Army 

Rice 

Ohio State 

Michigan 

8. Minnesota 

9. Louisiana State 

10. Pacific 

11. Kentucky 

12. Cornell 

13. Villanova 

14. Maryland 

15. Santa Clara 

16. North Carolina 

17. Tennessee 

18. Princeton 

19. Michigan State 
20t. Missouri 

20t. Baylor 

1951 



Tennessee 

Michigan State 

Maryland 

Illinois 

Georgia Tech 

Princeton 

Stanford 

8. Wisconsin 

9. Baylor 

10. Oklahoma 

11. TexasChr 

Irfomia 
rginia 
14 Francl 
•■jcky 



1. 


Michigan State 


2. 


Georgia Tech 


3. 


Notre Dame 


4. 


Oklahoma 


5. 


use 


6. 


UCLA 


7. 


Mississippi 


8. 


Tennessee 


9. 


Alabama 


10. 


Texas 


11. 


Wisconsin 


12. 


Tulsa 


13 


Maryland 


14. 


Syracuse 


15. 


Florida 


16. 


Duke 


17. 


Ohio State 


18. 


Purdue 


19. 


Princeton 


20. 


Kentucky 



1953 

1. Maryland 

Notre Dame 

Michigan 

Oklahoma 

UCLA 

Rice 

Illinois 

8. Georgia Tech 

9. Iowa 

10. West Virginia 
Texas 

12. Texas Tech 

13. Alabama 

14. Army 

15. Wisconsin 

16. Kentucky 

17. Auburn 

18. Duke 

19. Stanford 

20. Michigan 

1954 



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Ohio State 

UCLA 

Oklahoma 

Notre Dame 

Navy 

Mississippi 

Army 

Maryland 

Wisconsin 

10. Arkansas 

11. Miami (Fla.) 

12. West Virginia 

13. Auburn 
! huh 

15. Michigan 
16 Virginia Tech 

17. USC 

18. Baylor 

19. Rice 

■ State 



1975 

1. Oklahoma 



1. Oklahoma 

2. Michigan State 2. Arizona State 
3 
4. 
5. 



Maryland 

UCLA 
Ohio State 

6. Texas Christian 

7. Georgia Tech 

8. Auburn 

9. Notre Dame 

10. Mississippi 

11. Pittsburgh 

12. Michigan 

13. USC 

14. Miami (Fla.) 

15. Miami (Ohio) 

16. Stanford 

17. Texas ASM 

18. Navy 

19. West Virginia 

20. Army 



1973 



Notre Dame 

Ohio State 

Oklahoma 

Alabama 

Penn State 

Michigan 

Nebraska 
8. USC 

9t. Arizona State 
9t. Houston 

11. Texas Tech 

12. UCLA 

13. Louisiana State 

14. Texas 

15. Miami (Ohio) 

16. NC State 

17. Missouri 

18. Kansas 

19. Tennessee 
20t. Maryland 
20t. Tulane 



1974 



M 



Oklahoma 
USC 

Michigan 
Ohio State 
Alabama 
Notre Dame 
Penn State 
Auburn 
Nebraska 

10. Miami (Ohio) 

11. NC State 

12. Michigan State 

13. Maryland 

14. Baylor 

15. Florida 

16. Texas A&M 
17t. Mississippi State 
17t. Texas 

19. Houston 
20 Tennessee 



3. Alabama 

4. Ohio State 

5. UCLA 

6. Texas 

7. Arkansas 

8. Michigan 

9. Nebraska 

10. Penn State 

11. Texas A&M 

12. Miami (Ohio) 

13. Maryland 

14. California 

15. Pittsburgh 

16. Colorado 

17. USC 

18. Arizona 

19. Georgia 

20. West Virginia 



1976 



Pittsburgh 

USC 

Michigan 

Houston 

Oklahoma 

Ohio State 

Texas A&M 

Maryland 

Nebraska 

10. Georgia 

11. Alabama 

12. Notre Dame 

13. Texas Tech 

14. Oklahoma State 

15. UCLA 

16. Colorado 

17. Rutgers 

18. Kentucky 

19. Iowa State 

20. Mississippi State 

1978 



Alabama 

USC 

Oklahoma 

Penn State 

Michigan 

Clemson 

Notre Dame 

8. Nebraska 

9. Texas 

10. Houston 

11. Arkansas 

12. Michigan State 

13. Purdue 

14. UCLA 

15. Missouri 

16. Georgia 

17. Stanford 

18. NC State 

19. Texas A&M 

20. Maryland 



1982 



1. Penn State 

2. So. Methodist 

3. Nebraska 

4. Georgia 

5. UCLA 

6. Arizona State 

7. Washington 

8. Clemson 

9. Arkansas 
Pittsburgh 
Louisiana State 
Ohio State 
Florida State 
Auburn 
USC 

Oklahoma 
Texas 

North Carolina 
West Virginia 



20. Maryland 

1984 



Brigham Young 
Washington 
Florida 
Nebraska 
Boston College 

6. Oklahoma 

7. Oklahoma State 

8. So. Methodist 

9. UCLA 

10. USC 

11. South Carolina 

12. Maryland 

13. Ohio State 

14. Auburn 

15. Louisiana State 

16. Iowa 

17. Florida State 

18. Miami (Fla.) 

19. Kentucky 

20. Virginia 

1985 

1. Oklahoma 

2. Michigan 

3. Penn State 

4. Tennessee 



5. Florida 

6. Texas A&M 

7. UCLA 

8. Air Force 

9. Miami (Fla.) 

10. Iowa 

11. Nebraska 

12. Arkansas 

13. Alabama 

14. Ohio State 

15. Florida State 

16. Brigham Young 
1 7 Baylor 

18. Maryland 

19. Georgia Tech 

20. Louisiana State 



2001 



Miami (Fla.) 
Oregon 



3. Florida 



4. Tennessee 

5. Texas 

6. Oklahoma 

7. LSU 

8. Nebraska 

9. Colorado 

10. Washington State 

11. Maryland 

12. Illinois 

13. South Carolina 

14. Syracuse 

15. Florida State 

16. Stanford 

17. Louisville 

Coaches' 

1982 

1. Penn State 

2. So. Methodist 

3. Nebraska 

4. Georgia 

5. UCLA 

6. Arizona State 

7. Pittsburgh 

8. Arkansas 

9. Clemson 

10. Washington 

11. Louisiana State 

12. Florida State 

13. Ohio State 

14. USC 

15. Oklahoma 

16. Auburn 

17. West Virginia 

18. Maryland 

19. North Carolina 

20. Texas 

21. Michigan 

22. Alabama 

23. Tulsa 

24. Iowa 

25. Florida 

1983 

1. Miami (Fla.) 



18. Virginia Tech 22. Georgia 

19. Washington 23. Toledo 

20. Michigan 24. Georgia Tech 

21. Boston College 25. BYU 

AP Ranking Totals 

| Years Ranked 24 

| Weeks Ranked 165 

I First Ranking Nov. 14, 1949 

I Last Ranking Jan. 5,2002 

Weeks In Top 1 78 

I Weeks at #1 6 Weeks at #2 ...12 

I Weeks at #3 12 



' 



Weeks at #5 9 

Weeks at #7 8 

Weeks at #9 3 



Weeks at #4 5 

Weeks at #6 8 

Weeks at #8 6 

Weeks at #10... 9 



Auburn 

Nebraska 

Georgia 



5. Texas 



6. Brigham Young 

7. Michigan 

8. Ohio State 

9. Florida 

10. Clemson 
11 Illinois 

12. So. Methodist 

13. Alabama 

14. Air Force 

15. West Virginia 

16. Iowa 

17. Tennessee 

18. UCLA 



Polls 

19. Pittsburgh 

20. Penn State 

21. Oklahoma 

22. Boston College 

23. Oklahoma State 

24. Maryland 

25. East Carolina 

1984 

1. Brigham Young 

2. Washington 

3. Florida 

4. Nebraska 

5. Oklahoma 

6. Boston College 

7. Oklahoma State 

8. So. Methodist 

9. Maryland 

10. South Carolina 

11. USC 

12. UCLA 

13. Louisiana State 

14. Ohio State 

15. Auburn 

16. Miami (Fla.) 

17. Florida State 

18. Virginia 

19. Kentucky 

20. Iowa 

21. WestVirginia 

22. Army 

23. Georgia 

24. Air Force 

25. Notre Dame 

1985 



11. Nebraska 

12. Alabama 

13. Ohio State 

14. Florida State 

15. Arkansas 

16. Brigham Young 

17. Maryland 

18. Georgia Tech 

19. Baylor 

20. Auburn 

21. Louisiana State 

22. Army 

23. Fresno State 

24. Georgia 

25. Oklahoma State 



2001 



1. Oklahoma 

2 Penn State 

3. Michigan 

4. Tennessee 

5. Florida 

6. Miami (Fla.) 

7. Air Force 

8. Texas A&M 

9. UCLA 

10. Iowa 



1. Miami (Fla.) 

2. Oregon 

3. Florida 

4. Tennessee 

5. Texas 

6. Oklahoma 

7. Nebraska 

8. LSU 

9. Colorado 

10. Maryland 

11. Washington State 

12. Illinois 

13. South Carolina 

14. Syracuse 

15. Florida State 

16. Louisville 

17. Stanford 

18. Virginia Tech 

19. Washington 

20. Michigan 

21. Marshall 

22. Toledo 

23. Boston College 

24. Brigham Young 

25. Georgia 




ALL-TIIVIE LETTERMEN 



y 




^ S km Abdui Ro oof 

Abbott. Robert 1971 

Abdur-Raoof.Azizuddin .... 1984, '85, '86, '87 

Abrams, Richard 1994 

Absher.Dick 1964, 65/66 

Adams, Chester 1908 

Adams, Donald 1925. 26/27 

Adams, Ron 1963/64 

Adams, Steve 1981 

Agent. Mark 1986, '87, '88, '89 

Aitcheson.Leither 1917 

Aitcheson, Whitney 1913/14 

Albarano, Ralph 1937/38/39 

Albrecht. George 1952/53/54 

Albrittain, Lemuel 1902, 03 

Alderton, Gene 1955, '56, '57 

Aldertonjohn 1950/51/52 

Alexander, Richard 1941 

Alkire.John 1973, 74 

Alston, O'Brien 1984/85/86/87 

Ambrusko,Ken 1962/64/65 

Ambush, Leroy 2000, 01 

Amend, David 1984/85/86/87 

Anderson. Mike 1986, '87, '88, '89 

Andorka. Bill 1934 

Andrews. Olin 1908/09/10 

Andrus, Robert 1946 

Annan, Nick 1992 

Apolenis. Jason 1995/96/97 

Arbutina.Matt 1963/64/65 

Arizzi. Ernie 1961/62. '63 

Ariine, Kevin 1990, '91/92 

Armsworthy. Frank 1950 

Arnold. Bob 1984. '85, '86, '87 

Arrington.Jermaine 1998/99 

Askew. Lewis 1984, '85, '86 

Athey. Ronald 1955/56 

Atkins. Steve 1975/76,77,78 

Atkinson.Jess 1981/82/83/84 

Augsberger, Pete 1948, '49, '50 

Aulisi.Ed 1980/81, '82 

Aulisi.Joe 1980/81/82 

Austin, Gerald 1982 

Avellini. Bob 1972. 73, 74 

Axt.R.W. (Dutch) 1915/16/17 



: 

D 




^ ' HanjScut 

Bach. Billy 1966 

Badanjek.Rick 19» '83/84/85 

Badgett Marcus 1990/91 . '92 

Bafford. Harold 1925,26. 27 

Bagranoff. Larry 1963/64/65 

Baieri. Ralph 1953,54 

Bailey, Cabel(Zeke) 1918/19/20/21. 22 

Bailey. Joe 1984, '85 

Baker Brian 1981/82/83 

Baker, Charles 1906 



Baker, Henry 1994/95/96/97 

Baker, Pat 1965/66/67 

Baldante.John 1978,79 

Baldwin, Clarence 1981/82/83 

Banner.Murnis 1960/61/62 

BannonJ.G 1892, '93, '94 

Barbiasz, Chris 1979/80 

Barkalow, Gerald 1945 

Barlund, Dick 1959, '60, '61 

Barnard, Brooks 1999,00,01 

Barnes, George 1941/42/45 

Barnes, Hank 1969, 70, 71 

Baroni.John 1947/48 

Batntt, Ed 1952 

Bartlett.W.D 1923 

Barton.Eric 1995, '96/97, '98 

Bates, Duane 1944 

Battaglia.Sam 1967 

BauerJ.W 1908 

Beamer, Francis 1938, '39 

Beardsley.AI 1956/58 

Beasley.Mike 1987/88 

Beany, Bill 1924/25 

Becker, Ed 1958 

Bednar.Ray 1970,71,72 

Behbahni, Kambiz 1971 

Behr.Sam 1945/47 

Behrmannjoe 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 



Bovir, Charles 1902 

Bouscaren, William 1897 

Bowersox.Jaik. 1953/54 

Bowland.Bill 1904/05/06 

Bowlandjay 191 1, 12. 1 3/14 

Bowman, Charles 1967 

Boxold, Charles 1953/54 

Boydajohn 1937/38/39 

Bozeman, Richard 1943 

Bracken, Lou 1967/68 

Bradfordjack 1987/88/89/90 

Bradford, Robert 1949 

Bradley.J.A 1898/99 

Bradley, Madison 1992/93 

Bradley, Walter 1933 

Bragg, Jamie 1992/93/94 

Bramson. Bernardo 1964/65/66 

Brancato.Joe 1973/74 

Brand, Robert 1937/38 

Brandt, Marshall 1942 

Brannan.Tim 1970,71,72 

Branner, Cecil 1919/20/21/22,23 

Brant. Mike 1967/68/69 

Brant.Tim 1970/71, 72 

Branthover, Lee 1970, 71 

Brasher.James 1947/48/49 

Bray, Leon 1986 

BrechbieUim 1973,74 

Brechbiel.Tom 1964 

Breedlove.Rod 1957/58/59 

Brenner, John 1941. '42 

Bresnahan.Tom 1964 

Breunich.Tom 1952/53 

Brewer, Edward (Untz) 1916/20/21 

Brewer, Mac 1922/23 

Brkovich.Joe 1981/82/83 

Broglio.Paul 1946,'47,'48 

Bromley. Walter 1922/23. 24, 25 

Brooks.C.J 2001 

Brougher, Don 1952, '53, '54 

Broumel.Tom 1960 

Brown, David 1900/01. 02, 03 

Brown.Donald 1984/85 

Brown.Gurnest 1979/80/81/82 

Brown, Hugh 1991 

Brown, James (J.B.) 1985/86/87/88 

Brown, Jason 1997 

Brown, Robert 1937/38/39 

Brown.Tim 1992/93/94, 

Brown. Tim 1996/97 

Brown, Tom 1960/61/62 

Brubaker.Eric 1975 

Brunson, Wayne 1985, '86, '87. '88 

Bryan, Thomas 1901 

Bryant, Lamar 2000/01 

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 

Burgry. Bill 1 956/57 

Burke. Pat .1968/69.70 

Burke. Steven .1983 

Burke. Terry 1983. '84. '85. '86 

Burfin, Ralph... 1939/40/41 

Burmeister. Doug ...1984 

Burnett Doug 1991/92/93/94 

Bums. Jimmy ... ...1910 



Burruss, Lloyd 

Burton, Bob 

Bury, Lou 

Bernic 

Buscher.FA 

Butsko.Harry 1961/62 

Byrd.Bill 1942 

Byrd, Harry C.(Curley) 1905/06/07 



Byrom, Bruce 1977,78,79, 





itat (on 



Calandra, William 1971 

Caldwell, Rodney 1982 

Calendine. Eric 1999 

Callahan, Charles 1933, '34, '35 

Calta, Keith 1976,77,78 

Campbell.Joe 1973,74,75,76 

Carinci, Jan 1978, 79, '80 

Carliss, Ernest 1929/30/31 

Carlson, Rick 1966/67/68 

Carney.Mike 1978,79/80 

Carr.Brad 1974,75,76,77 

Carr, David 1988, '89 

Carroll, Charles 1957 

Carroll, Douglas 1899 

Carter.A.R 1914 

Carter, Andrew 1993 

Carter, Crawford 1918 

Carter.Louis 1972,73.74 

Carter, Vernon 1983 

Casto.Dale 1978,79/80 

Cashell.Dorsey 1897/98 

Chacos, Louis 1942 

Chadick.Mike 1968 

Chalmers, George (Shorty) 1929, '30, '31 

Chamberlain, Glenn 1977,78 

Chance, Jamal 2001 

Chapman.Ted 1984/85/86 

Charland, Doug 1992 

Chavez, Mario 1994/95/96 

Cheeseboro, Omar 1997/98/99/00 

Chiaverini, Len 1962/63 

Chisari, Thomas 1943/44/45 

Chovanes, Eddie 1941, '42, '46 

Christianson, Dave 1951 

Christy.Mike 1998 

Church. C.Grant 1897/98 

Church, L.M 1905 

Ciambor, Steve 1967/68/69 

Cianciulh, Steve. .1978 

Cianelli.Dave... 1949/50/51 

Cichowski.Tom . 1963/64/65 

Cielensky.Mike 1973.74.75 

Claiborne. Jonathan 1975.76,77 

Clark, Morrison 1920 

Clark.Will 1996 



Cloud, Everett 

Cochran, Jamahl . 

Cockey.John 

Coggms. Bert 

Coggins. Irving . 
Colbert Bob. 

Cole, Bob 

Cole, Fred... 



1958/59/60 

...2001 
1902/03/04/05 

1916 

.1914,15, '16 

.1967/68/69 

. 1958 



._ _... 1956. 57. 58 

Cote.George 1932 









zCC-fcMe hi&f&r'i 



Collins, Bobby 1964/65/66 

Collins, Gary 1959/60/61 

Collins, George 1984/85 

Collins, Kevin 2000 

Collins, Scott 1977,78,79 

Colteryahn, Lloyd 1951/52 

Colton, George 1984/85 

Colvin, Darren 1990/91/92 

Compton, Barnes 1892/93 

Condie, Dennis 1960/61 

Condo.Jon 2001 

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, Larry 1943, '44 

Corcoran, Jim 1962/63/64 

Cordyackjohn 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 1 942 

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 2000/01 

Cox, Doug 1983, '84 

Cox.Renard 1998/99 

Crapster, Jack 1908 

Crawford, Jason 2001 

Crawford, Matt 1999/00/01 

Crecca, Joseph 1932/33 

Crosby.Cliff 1996/97/98 

Crosland, Robert 1945/46 

Crossan, Dave 1960, '61/62 

Crothers, Omar (Gus) 1926, '27/28 

Cruz, Moises 1997/98/00 

Crytzer.Marty 1951/52/53 

Cummings, Brian 1994/95/96/97 

Cummins, Richard 1978, 79 

Custis, Raymond 2001 




.V" 







D'Addio.Dave ... 
D'Amico.Matt ... 
D'Atri, Pat 
Dailey, Darnell.. 
Daly, Ed 
Daly, Leslie 
Darby, Samuel.. 

Dare, Howie 

Davidson, Jim ... 
Davidson, Troy ... 

Davis, Fred 

Davis, Jack 

Davis, Lynn 

Davis, Russell 
Dean, Robert 



1'Addio 



1979/80/82/83 

1985/86/87/88 

1984/85 

1978/79/81 

1934/35/36 

1943/44/45 

1899 

1954/55/57 

.1959/60/61 
1996/97 

wmmm 



DeArmas,Dan 1988/89/90/91 

DeArmas, David 1992 

DeArmey, Frank 1935/36/37 

DeArmeyJohn 1938 

DeBruin, Dave 1991/92 

DeCarlo.Dan 1974/75 

DeCicco, Nick 1955, '56, '57 

DeFreitas, Gavin 1999 

Deitz.Guy 1972/73,74 

DeMoss, James 1989 

Decker, Don 1951, '52 

Deckmanjoe 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, Brent 1979, '80 

DiCaprio, Richard 1973/74 

Dick, Larry 1975, 77 

Dickey, Edmund 1900 

Dietrich, Leroy 1958, '59, '60 

Dietz.Guy 1973,74 

Dill, Chris 1965 

Dill, John 1967/68/69 

DiMaria, Phil 1989 

DiOrio, Joe 1967/68 

Dittmar.Jack 1941/42 

Divito, Paul 1973, 74, 75 

Doak, Harry 1906, '07 

Dodson, Charlie 1927, '28, '29 

Dominic, Brian 1971 

Donas, Kevin 1983/84 

Donofrio, Ralph 1966/67 

Doory, frank 1943, '44 

Doner, Don 1977,78 

Dougals.John 1976,77 

Downs, Chris 2001 

Drachjoseph 1945/46/47 

Dragan.Doug 1984 

Drass.Pat 1959/60/61 

Drimal, Chuck 1967 

Drozdov, Darren 1988/89/91/92 

Drozdov.Olaf 1962/63/64 

Dubis.Jade 1991/92/93/94 

DuBois, Oscar 1942 

Duda.Mark 1979/80/81/82 

Dudish, Mickey 1976,77,78 

Duganjeff 2000/01 

Duley.Tom 1931 

Dumas, Eric 2000,01 

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 




m 

Howard (ubonki 



Edwards.Jason 1986 

Edwards, Karl 1987/88/89/90 

Edwards, Russ 1995/96/97/98 

Edwards, Tony 1983/84/85 

Ellinger, Charlie 1934, '35, '36 

Ellis, Gary 1978,79 

Emerson, Darryl 1982 

Emrich, William 1971 

Ennis,Lou 1933/34/35 

Ensign, Fred 1992 

Eppley, Geary (Swede) 1919/20 

Erhard, Jerry 1970,72 

Esiason, Norman (Boomer) 1981/82/83 

Eubanks, Howard 1979/80/81/82 

Evans, Bill 1 974, 75 

Evans, Clay 1907 

Evans, Francis 1 945, '46, '47, '48 

Evans.Trey 1997/99 

Evans, William 1928, '29/30 

Everhart, Cleveland 1993 

Everson, William 1947/48 




farley.Harold 1949 

Edel.Saml 1919 

Edmunds, Ferrell 1984/85/86/87 



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 2000/01 

Felton.Ralph 1951/52/53 

Ferrantejoe 1961/62/63 

Fesmeyer, Charles 1901/02 

Feugill.John 1995/96/97/98 

Fiddler, Bernie 2001 

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 1994/95/96 

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.Iim 1994 

laniel 1975 

Fotta, Bill 1976 

fowler. Melvin 1998/99/00/01 

fowlkes. Kevin 1987/88 

fox, Hank 1949/50/51 



Foxworth, Domonique 2001 

Franciscus.Tony 1989 

Franklin, Jamie 1972,75 

Frattaroli.Joe 1962/64 

Fraser.Quinzy 1997/98 

Friedgen, Ralph 1966/68 

Fries, Greg 1968/69/70 

Fritsch.John 1955/56/57 

Fritz, Emile 1945/46 

Fromang, Steve 1970, 71/72 

Fry, Clarence (Chick) 1949, '50, '51 

Fullerton, Ed 1950/51/52 

Fuller, Clifton 1892, '93, '94 

Fulton, Ed 1973, 74, 75, 76 

Funk, Mike 1962 

Furman.Jeff 1984 

Furman.Tyrone 1981/82/83 

Furst, Walter 1911 





Chip Carter 



Gaarn.Tim 1986/87 

Gaetz, Norman 1944 

Gaines.Mike 1970,71/72 

Gall, Ed 1977, 78, 79 

Gallagher, Bob 1958 

Gait, Pete 1905 

Gambino, Lu 1946/47 

Garber.Chip 1975,76,77 

Gardi.Joe 1957/58/59 

Gareis, Hank 1967, '68, '69 

Garner, Enoch 1902 

Garrott, William 1933/35 

Gary, Guilian 1998/99/00/01 

Gawlick, Fred 1965/66/67 

Gayzur, Rudolph 1949 

Gebhardtjohn 1967/68 

Gelbaugh.Stan 1984/85 

George, Mike 1998/99 

Getz.Harry 1935 

Gibbons, Charles 1896/97 

Gibson, Ray 1962 

Gick.Ryan 1995/97 

Gienger, Craig 1970 

Gienger, George 1939/40 

Gierula, Chester 1947/48/49/50 

Gilbert, Herbert 1918/19/20/21 

Giles, Darryl 1994/95/96/97 

Gill, Vernon 1903/04 

Gillespie, Bill 1967/69 

Gillespie, Mike 1993/94 

Gilliam, Darryl 1993, '95, '96, '97 

Gilmore.Ed 1962/63 

Gilmore.John 1940/42 

Gioia.Bob 1980/81 

Giuliano, Joe 1986/87 

Glamp, Paul 1976, 78, 79 

Glamp,Pete 1978,79/80 

Gleasner, Don 1945 

Glenn, O'Neil 1990 

Glover, Kevin 1982/83/84 

Goldman, Luther 1933 

Goode.Joel 1989/91 

Goodman, Jim 1946, '47, '48 

Gore.Lamont 1993/94/95/96 

Gormley.John 1934/35/36 

Grace, Mike 1966/67/68 

Graff, Gustavius 1892/93 

Graham, Duey 1970 



VVdfle hc&t&0{ 




Grant, Bill 1967/68 

Grason.Andy 1898/99 

MotlN 1999/00/01 

Gray, Eugene 1992, '93, '94, '95 

Green, Dean 1988/89 

Green, Gene 1992 

Greene. Tony 1968/69,70 

Greenstein.Erik 1993/94/95/96 

Greer, William 1944/45 

Gregory, Larry 1979 

ury 1933 

Grier, Ernest 1997 

Gross, James 1981/82/83 

Groves, John (Boots) .... 1919/20/21/22/23 

Guckeyson.Bill 1934/35/36 

Guerra, Angel 1992/93/94 

Gunderman, Bobby 1982, '83/84 

Gunderman.Ed 1965/66 

Gunderman, Tom 1957/58/59 

Gundryjesse 1921 



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f^) 



«^J 



Dairy) Hill 



Hack, David 1991/93/94 

Hacker. Bob 1959, '60, '61 

Hafer, Robert 1943 

Hagenjames 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 

Harbert.Doug 1975/76,77 

Harding. Samuel (Pop) 1892, '93, '94 

Hardisty.John 1899,1900 

Harraka.Greg 1982/83/84 

Harrell, Greg 1984 

Harrigan, Richard 2001 

Harris, Derick 1974 

Harris, George 1893/94 

Harris, Gil 2000 

Harris, Leon 1976 

Harris, Richie 1989, '90, '91/92 

Harrison, Latrez 1999/01 

Harrison. Roland 1892/93/94 

Hart,RG 1915 

Hatala.Jason 1997/98/99/00 

Hatfield. Norm 1962/63 

Hatter, Jim 1956/57/58 

Hatton. Hannibal 1905/06 

Haussmann, Kevin 1978 

Havener. Chris 1980 

Hayes, Chris 1998 

Hawkins, Ralph 1955/56/57 

Hayden. Courtney 1930/31 

Hayman, Edgar 1904 

Headley. Coleman B34/35, 36 

Heagy, Al 1927, 28, 29 

Healy.Don 1955/56/57 

Healy.Jack 1955/56 

Heffner.Fred 1952/53 

Heine. George 1923/24 

Heintz, William 1928/29 

Helbock. Bill 1942 

Helmer.John 1999 



Henley, Andrew 2001 

Henderson, E.J 1999/00/01 

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 1998/99/00/01 

Hill. Darryl 1963 

Hill, Greg 1982/83/84 

Hill.Shaun 2000/01 

Hillis, Robert 1943 

Hinebaugh.Wade 1896/97 

Hindman.E.R 1913/14/15 

Hines, Frank 1898/99 

Hines, Frank, Jr 1932 

Hines, Greg 1989/90/91 

Hinkle.Monte 1971,72/73 

Hoch.Mike 1966 

Hoen.Ralph 1907/08 

Hoen, Stanley 1908 

Hoffecker, Frank 1911/12/13 

Hoffman, Charles 1968, '69 

Hoffman, Edward 1943 

Hoffman, Gil 1982/83/84 

Hoffman, Herb 1952, '53, '54 

Hoffman, Jeff 1989 

Hofland,Mark 1986/87/88/89 

Hoge, Hamilton 1906 

Holder, Eric 1983, '84, '85 

Holinka, Jeff 1983, '84, '85 

Hollis, Michael 1987/88/89/90 

Holobetz, Corey 1992/93/94 

Hons, Craig 1970 

Hoopengardnerjoe 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 




r> 



Igus.Chris 1983/84 

Imphong.Mike 1967 

Inge, Bill 1990/91/92 

Inge, Wade 1992, '93, '94, '95 

Ingram, Stephen 1990/92/93/94 

Irvine.John 1952/53/54 



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a 




Jim Joyce 



Jackson, Fred 1946 

Jackson.Paul 1996/97/98 

Jackson, Tony 1997/98/00/01 

James, Bruce 1995, '96/98 

James, Eric 1998/99/00/01 

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 

Jernigan.Cy 1971,73 

Joe, Leon 2000/01 

Johnson, Andreal 1993/94/95/96 

Johnson, Barry 1987/88/89/90 

Johnson, Charles 1976, 77, 78 

Johnson, Dave 1911/12/13 

Johnson, Ed 1965 

Johnson, Jonathan 1994/95 

Johnson, Louis 1990/91 

Johnson, Mancel 1993/94/95/96 

Johnson, Ricky 1988/89 

Johnson, Sam 1978,79/80 

Johnston, Richard 1945/46 

Johnstone, Bill 1957 

Joines, Vernon 1985/86/87/88 

Jones, Clarence 1987/88/89/90 

Jones, David 1971 

Jones, Landon 2000 

Jones, Lendell 1981/82/83 

Jones, Randall 1998/99/00/01 

Jones, Stan 1951/52, '53 

Jordan, LaMont 1997/98/99/00 

Joyce, Fred 1962/63/64 

Joyce, Jim 1957. '58/59 

Joycejim 1981/82/83 

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Williams, Jafar 2000/01 

Williams, Kameron 1993 

Williams, Walt 1993/94/95/96 

Willis, Vic 1934/35/36 

Wilson, Dennard 2000,01 

Wilson, Eric 1981/82/83/84 

Wilson.James 1986/87 

Wilson, Len 1912 

Wilson, Mark 1980/81 

Wilson, Roger 1905/06/07 

Wilson.Iim 1974,75,76 

Wilson, William 1974, 75, 76 

Wingate, Elmer 1947/48/49/50 

Winqfirld, Wayne 1979/80/81/82 

Winslow, J.L 1903 



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Wolfe, Perry 1943 

Wolfe, William 1935/36/37 

Wondrack, Arthur 1926, '27, '28 

Wood,Erick 1992/93/94 

Wood, William 1930/32 

Woodeshick, Kevin 1993, '94 

Woods, Al 1930/31/32 

Woodward, A.N 1910 

Wooters, Arthur 1892/93/94 

Worch, Mike 1995, '96 

Wordjason 1995 

Worthington, Arthur 1892 

Wright, Darryl 1984/85/86/87 

Wright.Jack 1941/42/46 

Wright, Todd 1979/81 

Wu, Jamie 1997/98/99 

Wyatt,Kervin 1976,77,78,79 

Wycheck, Frank 1990/91/92 

Wyres, James 1970/71 

Wysocki, Charlie 1 978 79, '80, '81 





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Xanthos.Vinny 1996 





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Yarnell, Dennis 1971 

Yeager, Charles (Buddy) 1933/34/35 

Yeates.Mike 1975,76,77 

York, Bob 1964/65/66 

Young, Darin 1996 

Young, Walter 1921/22/23 

Younge, Joe 1972, 74, 75 




Petelochary 



Zachary, Pete 1973, 74, 75 

Zannoni, Steve 1972, 73, 74 

Zernheltjohn 1974,76,77 

Zetts.Michael 1943 

Zizakovic.Lubo 1988/89/90/91 

Zillman, Pat 1979, '80, '81 

Zolak, Scott 1989/90 

Zulick, Charlie 1936 

Zulick.Earl 1925/26/27 



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In This Section 

Ranked Teams/Conference Champions 

Team Capsules 158 

1949 & 1951 158 

1952 & 1953 National Champions 159 

1954 & 1955 160 

1973 & 1974 161 

1975 & 1976 162 

1978 & 1982 163 

1983 & 1984 164 

1985 & 2001 165 

Bowl Game Capsules 166 

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TheTatum system was clicking by the third season under the new coach. 
Maryland scored more points than in any previous season in its history 
- 266 to its opponents' 81. Jim Tatum and a collection of new players 
lifted Maryland to its first ranking in the AP poll. Newcomers such as Ed 
Modzelewski, Bob Ward, Bob Shemonski and junior All-America tackle 
Ray Krouse were instrumental in leading the Terrapins to eight deci- 
sive regular season victories, losing only to No. 1 3 Michigan State, 14-7. 
TheTerps plowed through the opposition.and after beating No. 1 5 Bos- 
ton U. by a 14-13 count, earned the No. 15 poll position themselves. 
Maryland ended the regular season with a 1 3-0 shutout at Miami. The 
Terps earned their first bowl victory with a 20-7 rout of Missouri in the 
Gator Bowl. 

Southern Conf. Standings 

SC Overall SC Overall 

Team W-L-T W-L-T Team W-L-T W-L-T 

No. Carolina 5-0-0 7-4-0 So. Carolina 3-3-0 4-6-0 

Maryland 4-0-0 9-1-0 Wake Forest 3-3-0 4-6-0 

Wash & Lee 3-1-1 3-5-1 G.Washington 2-3-0 4-5-0 

Duke 4-2-0 6-3-0 NC State 3-6-0 3-7-0 

Wm.&Mary 4-2-0 6-4-0 Virginia Tech 1-5-2 1-7-2 

The Citadel 2-2-0 4-5-0 Richmond 2-6-0 3-7-0 

Clemson 2-2-0 4-4-2 Davidson 1-5-0 2-8-0 

Furman 3-3-0 3-6-0 

Southern Conf. Bowl Game 

Gator Bowl: Maryland 20, Missouri 7 



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9-1-0 (4-0, 4-1, 1-0) • SC: 4-0-0, 2nd 

Head Coach: Jim Tatum 

I S24 -at Virginia Tech W 34-7 

S30 Georgetown W 33-7 

I 08 [-] [13] at Michigan State L 7-14 

I 022 • at NC State W 14-6 

I 029 • South Carolina "' W 44-7 

I N5 -George Washington W 40-14 

I N12 [-] [15] at Boston University W 14-13 

I N24 115] [-] WestVirginia W 47-7 

| D2 [14] [-] at Miami W13-0 

Gator Bowl 

I J2 [14] [20] Missouri 1 W 20-7 

| ' at Jacksonville, Fla. (Gator Bowl) 

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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 All-American tackles Bob Ward and 
Ray Krouse, brothers Ed and Dick Modzelewski, and OB Jack Scarbath, 
Maryland accepted a Sugar Bowl invitation against the recommendation 
of Southern 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 
28-1 3 victory prompted lennessee coach Boh Neyland to state/'We were 
soundly beaten by a superior team." 

Southern Conf. Standings 




Maryland Results (10-0, 5-0) 

10-0-0 (5-0, 3-0, 2-0) • SC: 5-0-0, Co-Champions 

Head Coach: Jim latum 





SC 


Overall 




SC 


Overall 


Team 


WL-T 


W-L-T 


Team 


W-LT 


W-L-T 


Maryland 


5-00 


10-0-0 


G. Washington 


2 3 1 


2-6-1 


VMI 


5-0-0 


7-3-0 


North Carolina 


2-3-0 


2-8-0 


Wash & Lee 






West Virginia 


2-3-0 


5-5-0 


Wm.&Mary 




7-30 


NC State 


2-60 


3-7-0 


Clemson 






Richmond 


2-6-0 


3-8-0 


Duke 






Itadel 


1-3-0 


4-6-0 


South Carolina 






Furman 


14-1 




Wake Forest 


5-3-0 




Davidson 


1-5-0 


1-8-0 








i.iTeth 


1-7-0 


2-8-0 



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06 

013 

020 

027 

N3 

N10 

N17 

N24 



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151 
141 



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•George Washington W 

at Georgia W 

• North Carolina W 

,n Louisiana State W 

Missouri W 

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•NC State W 53-0 

•WestVirginia W 



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The amazing win streak continued In 1952, but it ended abruptly and 
Maryland was kept out of a bowl game despite its No. 13 final ranking 
The Terps had amassed 19 straight wins and 22 straight games with 
out a defeat before falling 2 1 - 14 at Mississippi on Nov. 1 5. The end came 
in the eighth game of a schedule that was revised heavily after South- 
ern 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 guarter touchdowns to upend the Terps, and Maryland 
fell 27-7 to Alabama the following week to guell any hopes of a bowl 
bid. Bernie Faloney and Jack Scarbalh both were All-Americans and 
Scarbath, a preseason favorite to win the Heisman Trophy, finished sec- 
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7 20(30, 4-2) 
Head Coach: Jim Tatum 

S20 [21 [-1 at Missouri W 13 10 

S27 [21 [-1 at Auburn W13-7 

04 [31 [-1 Clemson W 28-0 

Oil [41 [19J atGeorgia W 37 

018 [21 [201 Navy W 38-7 

025 [21 [-1 Louisiana State" W 34-6 

N1 [21 [-1 at Boston U W 

N15 [31 [111 at Mississippi 

.N22 (81 [14] at Alabama 



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College Park is home to the nation's No. 1 football team. The Maryland grid 
team swept past its 10 regular season opponents with a perfect record 
and, in so doing, scored a total of 298 points while limiting its opposition 
to a record 3 1 . Coach Jim Tatum was named the national coach of the year 
and many Old Line players were selected to various all-star teams.Operat- 
ing out of the split T, Maryland ranked sixth in the nation in total offense 
with a 359.5-yard average. On defense, the team yielded only 193.2 yards 
per game and led the country in rushing (83.9) and scoring defense (3.1 ). 
During the '53 campaign, theTerps made up for two defeats handed them 
in 1952 by decisively beating Mississippi and Alabama. After 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. 1 1 Crimson 
Tide, 21-0.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 Okla- 
homa, 7-0. 




ACC Standings 





ACC 






Overall 






Team 


W-l-T 


Pts. 


Opp. 


W-L-T 


Pts. 


Opp. 


Duke 


4-0-0 


105 


27 


7-2-1 


217 


81 


Maryland 


3-0-0 


70 


6 


10-1-0 


298 


38 


South Carolina 


2-3-0 


58 


70 


7-3-0 


198 


97 


North Carolina 


2-3-0 


67 


99 


4-6-0 


173 


187 


Wake Forest 


2-3-0 


52 


75 


3-6-1 


123 


157 


Clemson 


1-2-0 


25 


34 


3-5-1 


139 


172 


NC State 


0-3-0 


14 


80 


1-9-0 


80 


263 


Virginia 








1-8-0 


75 


242 



F irst row, from left: 0u*elVyre. dead rra/ner,fd O'Connor. Ralph felton; Stan lones, co-captains Sob Morgan and BemieFaloney;ChetHonulak;Dick 
Nolan; Charles Lattimer; Marty Cryaer; Tom Breunich.lohn Irvine; Herb Hoffman Second row: John Bowersox;Dick Shipley. Dick Bielski; Lynn Beightol; 
Id Vereb; Ron Waller; Paul Kramer; Bill Walker; George Palahunik; Al Wharton; Don [spy; Tom Selep. Third row: Charles Boxold; Tom Schloemer; Fred 
hilar, Vrm Flynn; Dave Nusz; lohn Merricks; Stan Polyanski; George Albrecht; Don Brougher; Ralph Baierl; Russell Dennis; Bob Haroth; Jim Ryan; loe 
Horning. Fourth row: Dick Donnell; Jim Skarda; Bill Venter; Ed Perry; lohn Uzick;Augie Waibel; Hal Tray; Lynn Szafranski; Gene Dyson; Frank Bartko; 
Gene Sullivan; loe Porno; Vic Gilona;Bob Pellegrini. Fifth row: Ben Kopet; Dave Ritter; Dick Porter; lim Parsons; Tom McLuckie;lohn Weiciecowski;Roger 
Curry;RayBlackbum;GeorgeOaves;BobPivec;limKilgallen;ManinGreenberg,headmanager;JohnLocey,assislanltrainer.Sixthnw.ManagersTom 
Cox, Donald Dote and Tom 'Rourke; Assistant coaches Tom Mont, Vem Seibert, lock Hennemier, Warren Giese andfmmett Cheek; Head coach lim Tatum; 
Assistant coaches Bob Ward, Bill Dovell and Eddie Teague. 

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Maryland Results (10-1, 3-0) 

10-1-0 (5-0, 4-0, 1 -1 ) • ACC: 3 0-0, Co Champions 
Head Coach: Jim Tatum 



ACC Rowl Game 

Orange Bowl: Oklahoma 7, Maryland 



at Missouri W 20-6 

Washington & Lee W 52-0 

• at Clemson W 20-0 

Georgia W 4013 



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S26 [91 [-] 
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010 [41 [-] 
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023 [3] [-1 
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N14 (2) [11] 
N21 [21 [111 
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at Washington, D. C. (Griffith Stadium); ' at Miami, Flo. {Orange Bowl) 



• at North Carolina W 26-0 

at Miami W 30-0 

■ South Carolina ' w" 24-6 

George Washington W 27-6 

Mississippi W 38-0 

Alabama W 21-0 

Oklahoma L 0-7 




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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, los- 
ing a close 12-7 decision to fourth-ranked UCLA. That dropped Mary- 
land to No. 1 3 in the polls heading into its ACC matchup vs. Wake For- 
est. A 1 3-1 3 tie with the Demon Deacons sent the Terps tumbling out 
of the national rankings for the first time since 1950. Maryland re- 
bounded 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 74-1 3 Thanksgiving Day shel- 
lacking of Missouri. Maryland finished the season with a No. 8 na- 
tional ranking. 



Opp. 

161 
67 
222 
153 
121 
165 
162 
193 







ACC Standings 












ACC 






Overall 




Team 


W-L-T 


Pts. 


Opp. 


W-L-T 


Pts. 


Duke 


4-0-0 


122 


47 


8-2-1 


270 


Maryland 


4-0-1 


124 


27 


7-2-1 


280 


North Carolina 


4-2-0 


93 


126 


4-5-1 


140 


South Carolina 


3-3-0 


86 


94 


6-4-0 


172 


Clemson 


1-2-0 


40 


49 


5-5-0 


193 


Wake Forest 


1-4-1 


106 


107 


2-7-1 


129 


Virginia 


0-2-0 


14 


53 


3-6-0 


113 


NC State 


0-4-0 


27 


109 


2-8-0 


104 



Maryland Results (7-2-1, 4-0-1) 



ACC Bowl Game 

Orange Bowl: Duke 34, Nebraska 7 



7-2-1 (5-0, 2- 
Head Coach 


S18 


PI 


01 


[6] 


09 


[13] 


016 




022 


[-] 


O30 




N6 




N13 


[17] 


N20 


[13] 


N25 


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• at Wake Forest T 

• North Carolina W 

at Miami L 

• ol South Carolina W 

• NC State " c W 

• Clemson W 

George Washington W 

Missouri W 




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For the second time in the ACC's first three years, Maryland and 
Duke tied for the league title with identical 4-0 records. The Terps 
finished third in both polls while the Blue Devils earned a 16th 
listing in the UPI poll. The ACC posted a 22-18-1 mark against 
non-conference opponents. Maryland led the nation in defense 
against the rush, allowing 83.9 yards per game. Maryland had a 
1 5-game win streak snapped with a 20-6 loss to Oklahoma in the 
Orange Bowl. Terp center Bob Pellegrini was a consensus All- 
America and national college lineman of the year. 



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Team 

Maryland 
Duke 
Clemson 
North Carolina 
Wake Forest 
South Carolina 
NC State 
Virginia 



ACC 
W-l-T 

4-0-0 
4-0-0 
3 1-0 
3-3-0 
1 3 1 
1-5-0 
0-2 1 
4 



Pts. Opp. 



105 
94 
79 
90 

105 
75 
38 
42 



26 

14 

59 

102 

100 

176 

71 

80 



Overall 
W-L-T 

10-1-0 
7-2-1 

3-7-0 
5-4-1 
360 
4 5 1 
1-9-0 



Pts. 

217 
196 
206 
117 
131 
120 
206 
96 



Opp. 

77 
95 
144 
218 
157 
209 
193 
201 



Maryland Results (10-1, 4-0) 

10 1-0(5-0, 5-0,0-1) • ACC: 4-0-0, Co Champions 
Head Coach: Jim latum 



ACC Rowl Game 



Orange Bowl: 



Okla ma 20, Maryland 6 



S17 


[8] 


524 


[51 


01 


[1] 


08 


[11 


015 


[21 


022 


121 


029 


III 


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N12 


121 


N19 


121 



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at Missouri W 13-12 

UCLA W 7 

at Baylor W 20-6 

•Wake Forest W 28-7 

•at North Carolina W 25-7 

at Syracuse w 14 13 

• South Carolina W 27 

Louisiana State w U-0 

•al Clemson W 25-12 

GeorqeWashingluii W 19-0 

Oklahoma I 6 20 



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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 1956 Orange Bowl. Mary- 
land dominated Georgia in the Peach Bowl, outgaining the Bull- 
dogs 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-guarter field goals by Steve Mike-Mayer. Defensive tackle 
Randy White earned the first of his two All-America awards. 

ACC Standings 



Opp. 

251 
141 
263 
300 
204 
266 
326 







ACC 






Overall 




Team 


W-L-T 


Pts. 


Opp. 


WIT 


Pts. 


NC State 


6-0-0 


197 


93 


9-3-0 


396 


Maryland 


5-1-0 


173 


50 


8-4-0 


335 


Clemson 


4-2-0 


147 


129 


5-6-0 


231 


Virginia 


3-3-0 


122 


161 


4-7-0 


199 


Duke 


1-4-1 


58 


99 


2-8-1 


132 


North Carolina 


1-5-0 


150 


159 


4-7-1 


242 


Wake Forest 


0-5-1 


38 


194 


1-9-1 


73 



ACC Bowl Games 

Peach Bowl: Georgia 17, Maryland 16 

Liberty Bowl: NC State 31, Kansas 18 



Maryland Results (8-4, 5-1) 

8-4-0 (4-2, 3-1, 1-1) • ACC: 5-1-0, 2nd 
Head Coach: Jerry Claiborne 

I 515 West Virginia L 

S22 • at North Carolina W 

S29 Villanova W 

06 Syracuse W 

013 -at NCState I 

020 • at Wake Forest W 

027 ■ Duke W 

N3 [-] [6] Penn State L 

N10 -Virginia" W 

N17 -at Clemson W 

N24 [181 [17] Tulane W 

Peach Bowl 
D28 [181 
. at Norfolk, Va., 




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Vellano (72) bring down Penn State's Heisman 
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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 be- 
fore falling to Tennessee, 7-3, and ending the season 13th in the 
final AP poll. Maryland's Randy White was a consensus All- Ameri- 
can and won both the Outland and Lombardi trophies. 



ACC Standings 



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. 
198 
130 
146 
145 
110 
61 
31 



Opp. 

35 
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. 


Opp. 


316 


104 


246 


250 


364 


279 


317 


241 


201 


208 


207 


239 


74 


348 



Maryland Results (8-4, 6-0) 

I 8-4-0 (5-1,2-1.1-2) • ACC: 6-0-0. Champions 
Head Coach: Jerry Claiborne 



ACC Bowl Games 

Liberty Bowl: 
Bluebonnet Bowl: 
Sun Bowl: 



Tennessee 7, Maryland 3 

NCState 31, Houston 31 

Mississippi State 26, North Carolina 24 



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16-21 
10-17 

• North Carolina W 24-12 

atSyracuse W 31-0 

•Clemson W 41-0 

•Wake Forest" W 47-0 

■ NCState W 20-10 

at Penn Stale L 17-24 

Villanova W 41-0 

56-13 
10-0 



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D16 [10] [20] Tennessee 

at Tampa, Fla. (Tampa Stadium); at Norfolk, Va. (Foreman Field); 
at Memphis, Tenn. (Ubeny Bowl Memorial Stodium) 



•Duke W 

• at Virginia W 



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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 1 5, tying a league record. For the 
third straight year, theTerps 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 

ACC Overall 

Team W-L-T Pts. Opp. W-L-T 

Maryland 5-0-0 182 73 9-2-1 

Duke 3-0-2 131 84 4-5-2 

NCState 2-2-1 131 115 7-4-1 

Wake Forest 3-3-0 145 137 3-8-0 

Clemson 2-3-0 102 141 2-9-0 

North Carolina 1-4-1 119 159 3-7-1 

Virginia 0-5-0 98 226 1-10-0 




Pts. 

312 
197 
260 
221 
177 
207 
175 



Opp. 

150 
212 
210 
264 
381 
272 
428 



Maryland Results (9-2-1, 5-0) 

9-2-1 (4-1,4-1-1, 1-0) • ACC: 5-0-0, Champions 
Head Coach: Jerry Claiborne 



ACC Bowl Games 

Gator Bowl: Maryland 13, Florida 

Peach Bowl: West Virginia 13, NCState 10 



S6 

S13 

S20 

S27 

04 

011 

018 

Nl 

N8 

N15 

N22 



[171 
[14] 



[-1 
[20] 



[20] [-] 



[19] 
[14] 
[16] 

[20] 



[-] 
[9] 
[-] 

[-] 

[13] 



Villanova W 

atlennessee 

• at North Carolina 
at Kentucky 
Syracuse"' 

• NC State 
•at Wake Forest 
Penn State 

at Cincinnati W 

•at Clemson W 

• Virginia W 







Gator Bowl 

1 D29 [17] [13] Florida 1 
\at Jacksonville, Fla. (Gator Bowl) 



LeRoy Hughes stacks up the NCState QB with 
Randy White closing in on Oct. 1 1. 





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ACC CHAMPIONS 

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 



Team 

Maryland 

North Carolina 

Wake Forest 

Duke 

NCState 

Virginia 

Clemson 



ACC 
W-LT 

5-0-0 

4-1-0 

3-3-0 

2-3-1 

2 3-0 

1-4-0' 

0-4-1 



Pts. Opp. 

Ill 24 



144 

124 

125 

97 

76 



102 
118 
145 
98 



Overall 

W-L-T 

11-1-0 

9-3-0 

5-6-0 

5-5-1 

3-7-1 

2-9-0 

3-6-2 



Pts. Opp. 



H. 



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ACC Bowl Games 

i" )"on Bowl: Houston 3t nd21 

Peach Bowl: Kentucky. uolinaO 



294 
243 
177 


115 
220 
206 


Sll 
S18 
S2S 
02 


112] 

110] 

18] 

17] 


234 


245 


09 


17] 


205 


258 


016 


[51 


106 
172 


266 
237 


023 
030 

N6 


161 
[SI 
16] 






Mil 


16] 






N20 


16] 






Cotton Bowl 






11 


141 



Maryland Results (11-1, 5-0) 

11-1-0 (6-0, 5-0, 0-1 )• ACC: 5 0-0, Champions 

Head Coach: lorry Claiborne 

]-] Richmond ., W 

[-] at West Virginia W 

[-] at Syracuse W 

I I Villanova W 

I I -at NCState. W 

I ! -Wakeforest W 

I I -at Duke W 

[ | Kentucky w 

I ) Cincinnati w 

I I -Clemsra) W 

I ] •alVirgim.i w 



17 IS 

30-3 
24 14 
21 
20-0 
28-0 



161 Houston | 21 30 







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Sports Illustrated on Oct. 4. 






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The Terps fired out of the gates 8 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. 1 1 Maryland and No. 1 2 Clemson en- 
tered 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 
suffered its worst bowl loss ever, 42-0. 

ACC Standings 

ACC Overall 

Team W-L-T Pts. Opp. W-L-T 

Clemson 6-0-0 183 71 11-1-0 

Maryland 5-1-0 159 62 9-3-0 

NC State 4-2-0 133 112 9-3-0 

North Carolina 3-3-0 124 132 5-6-0 

Duke 2-4-0 56 108 4-7-0 

Wake Forest 1-5-0 59 161 1-10-0 

Virginia 0-6-0 75 143 2-9-0 

ACC Bowl Games 

Sun Bowl: Texas 42, Maryland O 

Tangerine Bowl: NC State 30, Pittsburgh 17 

Gator Bowl: Clemson 17, Ohio State 15 




Tim O'Hare throwing for a TDin the Terps' 
homecoming win on Oct. 7. 




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Junior guarterback Boomer Esiason led theTerrapins and first-year head 
coach Bobby Ross to a seven-game midseason win streak which earned 
Maryland its first national ranking in two seasons. After early season 
losses at No. 7 Penn State and No. 1 7 West Virginia, Maryland scored 
points at will while rolling through its ACC schedule.TheTerrapins'31- 
point average was second only to its undefeated season of 1951, and 
Ross was named the national coach of the year by the Washington 
Touchdown Club. A 31-24 win at No. 10 North Carolina put Maryland 
back in the rankings, and another shootout with Clemson would de- 
termine the ACC champion. No. 16 Maryland was invited to the inau- 
gural Aloha Bowl in Honolulu where it surrendered a last-second touch- 
down to No. 9 Washington, losing 21-20. 

ACC Standings 







Team 

Clemson 
Maryland 


ACC 
W-L-T 

6-0-0 
5-1-0 


Pts. Opp. 

196 95 
222 121 


Overall 
W-L-T 

9-1-1 
8-4-0 


Pts. 

289 

373 


Opp. 

147 
220 


8-4-0 


(5-1,3 


2,0- 


Head Coach: Bobb 


S11 
S18 


l-l 
[-1 


1/1 
[171 


North Carolina 


3-3-0 


146 100 


8-4-0 


348 


149 


02 






Duke 


3-3-0 


172 179 


6-5-0 


307 


290 


OP 






NC State 


3-3-0 


111 131 


6-5-0 


206 


255 


016 






Virginia 


1-5-0 


92 714 


2-9-0 


208 


320 


023 






Wake Forest 


0-6-0 


91 1S6 


3-8-0 


200 


286 


030 


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[10] 


Georgia Tech 






6-5-0 


239 


286 


N7 

N13 

N20 


[191 

[181 
[19] 


[-1 
[11] 

[-] 


ACC Bowl Games 








Aloha Bowl: 


Washington 21 


Maryland 20 




Aloha Bowl 




Sun Bowl: 


North Carolina 26, Texas 10 






D25 


1161 


191 



Maryland Results (8-4, 5-1) 

ACC: 5-1 -0,2nd 

OSS 

at Penn State L 

at West Virginia L 



31-39 

18-19 

23-« 

26-3 

38-0 

52-31 



•NC State W 

at Syracuse W 

Indiana State W 

•Wake Forest W 

•Duke" W 49-22 

•at North Carolina W 31-24 

Miami w 18-17 

•Clemson L 22-24 

•atVirginia W 45-14 

Washington L 20-21 



at Honolulu. Hawaii (Aloha Stadium) 



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over Indiana State on Oct. 9. 



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ACC CHAMPIONS 

Maryland claimed its first ACC title since 1976,finishing undefeated 
to top runner-up North Carolina (4-2). Maryland opened the sea- 
son 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. 

ACC Standings 



253 

216 
313 
350 
280 
246 
281 
200 



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ACC 






Overall 




Team 


W-L-T 


Pts. 


Opp. 


W-L-T 


Pts. 


Maryland 


6-0-0 


154 


71 


8-4-0 


316 


North Carolina 


4-2-0 


184 


117 


8-4-0 


337 


Georgia Tech 


3-2-0 


147 


140 


3-8-0 


222 


Duke 


3-3-0 


150 


183 


3-8-0 


246 


Virginia 


3-3-0 


145 


150 


6-5-0 


252 


NC State 


1-5-0 


108 


159 


3-8-0 


236 


Wake Forest 


1-5-0 


150 


218 


4-7-0 


257 


Clemson* 








9-1-1 


338 



Maryland Results (8-4, 6-0) 

8-4-0 (5-1 , 3-2, 0-1 ) • ACC: 6-0-0, Champions 
Head Coach: Bobby Ross 



* Hot eligible for championship by conference action 

ACC Bowl Games 

Florida Citrus Bowl: Tennessee 30, Maryland 23 
Peach Bowl: Florida State 28, North Carolina 3 



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at Vanderbilt W 21-14 

WestVirginia L 21-31 

Pittsburgh W 13-7 

•Virginia W 23 3 

Syracuse W 34-13 

■at Wake Forest W 36-33 

•Duke" W 38-3 

• North Carolina W 28-26 

at Auburn L 23-35 

• at Clemson * L 27-52 | 

• at NC State W 29-6 



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Orlando, Ha. (Florida Citrus Bowl) 
Clemson ineligible for ACC title, game counts as Maryland win in ACC standings 



S10 


[17] 


[-1 


S17 


[17] 


[20] 


S24 


H 


[17] 


01 


[19] 


[-] 


08 


[16] 


[-] 


015 


[16] 


[-1 


022 


[15] 


H 


029 


[13] 


[3] 


N5 


[7] 


[3] 


N12 


[11] 


[17] 


N19 


[20] 


[-] 


Florida Citrus Bowl 


D17 


[16] 


[-] 




Frank Reich led the Terps to an upset win over 
Pittsburgh in his first college start on Sept. 
24. 





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ACC CHAMPIONS 

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, trailing Miami 31 -0 at the half on Nov. 1 0, rallied for 42 sec- 
ond-half points to beat the No.6 Hurricanes,42-40,setting a record 
for the greatest comeback in NCAA Division l-A football history. 
The Terps, taking part in their third straight bowl game, defeated 
Tennessee in the Sun Bowl, 28-27. 



Opp. 

280 
216 
274 
232 
201 
301 
311 
215 



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ACC Standings 












ACC 






Overall 




Team 


W-L-T 


Pts. 


Opp. 


W-L-T 


Pts. 


Maryland 


6-0-0 


204 


102 


9-3-0 


380 


Virginia 


3-1-2 


189 


108 


8-4-0 


337 


North Carolina 


3-2-1 


119 


125 


5-5-1 


234 


Wakel 


3-3-0 


91 


124 


6-5-0 


205 


Georgia Tech 


2 2-1 


114 


81 


6-4-1 


296 


Duke 


15-0 


67 


162 


2-9-0 


128 


NC State 




97 


179 


3-8-0 


263 


Clemson" 








7-4-0 


346 


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Maryland Results (9-3, 6-0) 

9-3-0 (2-2, 5-1, 2-0) • ACC: 6-0-0 Champions 
Head Coach: Bobby Ross 



S8 

S15 

S22 

S29 

06 

013 

027 

N! 

N10 

Ni; 

N24 



Syracuse I 

Vanderbilt L 

[-] 117] at West Virginia W 

■Wake Forest W 

I ] 1111 atPennState L 

■NC State" W 

•atDuke W 

•at North Carolina W 

|-| |6| atMiami w 

[-1 [20] -Clemson W 

118] I ] -at Virginia 



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Sun Bowl 
022 [121 



I 1 lennessrr W 28-27 



at Baltimore, Md (Memorial Stadium), at II Paso, ttxai (Sun Bowl) 



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Hick Bodanjek was named ACC player of the 
week after leading the Terps to a win over 
NC State on Oct. 13. 



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ACC CHAMPIONS 

Maryland made i! three championships in a row and six in 1 2 years 
by finishing unbeaten In ACC play. For the fourth straight year 
and 1 1 th time in 1 3 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 




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. 

192 
136 
167 
172 
129 

94 
121 

99 



Opp. 
92 
55 
122 
150 
154 
174 
189 
174 



Overall 
W-L-T 

9-3-0 
9-2-1 
6-6-0 
6-5-0 
5-6-0 
4-7-0 
3-8-0 
4-7-0 



Pts. 
326 

252 
244 
262 
224 
193 
186 
212 



Opp. 

192 
132 
222 
217 
223 
252 
305 
249 



ACC Bowl Games 

Cherry Bowl: Maryland 35, Syracuse 18 

Independence Bowl: Minnesota 20, Clemson 13 

All American Bowl: Georgia Tech 1 7, Michigan State 14 



Maryland Results (9-3, 6-0) 

9-3-0 (4-1 , 3-1 , 2-1) • ACC 6-0-0, Champions 

Head Coach: Bobby Ross 



|7l 
[17] 
1171 

1171 



S7 

514 

S21 

528 

05 

019 

026 

N2 

N9 

N16 

N29 

Cherry Bowl 

D21 



[191 Penn State L 18-20 

[-1 Boston College W 31-13 

[-] WestVirginia W 28-0 

|12] at Michigan L 0-20 

• at NC State W 31-17 

•at Wake Forest W 26-3 

•Duke W 40-10 

■ North Carolina " W 28-10 

[-] [8] Miami L 22-29 

•at Clemson W 34-31 

•Virginia W 33-21 

Syracuse ' W 35-18 



at Foxboro, Mass. (Sullivan Stadium j; ' at Baltimore, Md. (Memorial Stadium); 
^at Pontiac. Mich. (Pontiac Silverdome) 



Dan Plocki kicked a game-winning field goal 
with three seconds left to lift the Terps past 
Clemson on Nov. 16. 




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ACC CHAMPIONS 

Under first-year head coach Ralph Friedgen.the consensus national Coach 
of the Year, the Terps claimed their first ACC title since 1985. Maryland 
became the first team other than Florida State to win the ACC title out- 
right since the Seminoles joined the league in 1992. Maryland was se- 
lected to the Bowl Championship Series for the first time.meeting Florida 
in the FedEx Orange Bowl at Pro Player Stadium in Miami. E.J. Henderson 
was ACC Player of the Year and a consensus Ail-American 

ACC Standings 



Team 

Maryland 
Florida State 
North Carolina 
Georgia Tech 
NC State 
Clemson 
Wake Forest 
Virginia 
Duke 



ACC 
W-L-T 

7-1-0 
6-2-0 
5-3-0 
4-4-0 
4-4-0 
4-4-0 
3-5-0 
3-5-0 
0-8-0 



Pts. 

271 
304 
237 
246 
212 
246 
213 
178 
164 



Opp. 
173 

194 
145 
215 
185 
268 
247 
244 
390 



Overall 
W-L-T 

10-2-0 

8-4-0 

8-5-0 

8-5-0 

7-5-0 

7-5-0 

6-5-0 

5-7-0 

0-11-0 




Pts. 
413 

403 
337 
405 
319 
369 
292 
249 
212 



Opp. 

266 
304 
271 
281 
257 
339 
311 
331 
491 



ACC Bowl Games 

FedEx Orange Bowl: Florida 56. Maryland 23 
Toyota Gator Bowl: Florida State 30, Virginia Tech 17 
Chick fil A Peach BowhNorth Carolina 16, Auburn 10 
Humanitarian Bowl: Clemson 49, Louisiana Tech 24 
Seattle Bowl: Georgia Tech 24, Stanford 14 

Tangerine Bowl: Pittsburgh 34, NC State 19 



Maryland Results (10-2, 7-1) 

10-2-0 (7-0, 3-1,0-1) • ACC: 7-1-0, Champions 

Head Coach: Ralph Friedgen 

SI 

58 

S22 

529 

06 

Oil 

0:0 

027 
N3 
NIC 
N17 



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[121 
[101 
[15] 

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[10] 

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North Carolina W 23-7 

Eastern Michigan W 50-3 

at Wake Forest W 27-20 

West Virginia W 32-20 

Virginia W 41-21 



at Georgia Tech.. 

Duke" 

at Florida State 

TroyState 

Clemson 

at NC State 



Florida' 



..W ot»17 

W 59-17 

.. I 31-52 

. W 47-14 

. W 37-20 

. W 23-19 

L 23-56 



at Miami. Ha. (Pro Player Stadium) 




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Gator Bowl 
Jacksonville 
Jan. 1, 1948 



MARYLAND 20 
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 outstand- 
ing performer. Gambino was inducted into the Gator Bowl 
Hall of Fame in 1992. 



Gator Bowl 
Jacksonville 
Jan. 2, 1950 

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 
Terrapins defeated the Tigers, 20-7, to earn their first-ever 
postseason victory.TheTerrapin running attack, led by Bob 
Shemonski and Ed Modzelewski, amassed 266 rushing 
yards, the second-most by a Maryland bowl team. Mary- 
land defensive back John Idzik set up Maryland's first score 
with a 26-yard interception return to theTiger 1 1-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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Box Score 



Maryland 
Georgia 



1st 2nd 3rd 4th F 
7 13 20 
7 13 20 



2-UM - Gambino 35-yard run (McHugh kick) 

3-UG - Rauch 1-yard run (Geri kick) 

3-UM - Gambino 1-yard run (kick failed) 

3-UM - Gambino 24-yard pass from Baroni (McHugh kick) 

4-UG - Geri 4-yard run (kick failed) 

4-UG - Donaldson 9-yard pass from Rauch (Geri kick) 



Firsr Downs 

Rushing Yards 

Passing 

Comp-Att-Int 

Punrs-Avg. 

Fumbles-fost 

Penalties-Yards 



RUSHING Maryland.Gambmo 22-165,ldzik2-32,Bonk 5 23, taRue 

4 24, Turyn 4-9, Brown 2-6, Tucker 2-3, Siebert 3-3, Roth 3 (-16). 

Georgia, Donaldson 10-69, Geri 7-56, Henderson 8-48, Reid 7-46, 

Nestorak 3-6, Bodine 3-2, Bradberry 1-2, Brunson 3-(-2), Rauch 3 (- 

10). 

PASSING Maryland, Baroni 7 14- 127. Georgia, Rauch 12-20-190. 

Att: 16,666 



UM 


UG 


16 


19 


247 


216 


127 


190 


7-14-1 


12-20-1 


5-44 


4-40 


0-0 


2-1 


5-66 


4-80 



Box Score 










1st 


2nd 


3rd 


4th 


F 


Missouri 








7 — 


7 


1 -UM - Shemonski 1 1 -yard run (Dean kick) 


2-UM -Modzelewski 3- 


/ard run (kick failed) 




2-UM- Shemonski 6-ya 


rd run (Dean kick) 




4-M0- Klein 4-yard run 


(Glorioso 
UM 


kick) 


MO 




First Downs 


11 




13 




Rushing Yards 


266 




100 




Passing 


16 




167 




Comp Att-lnt 


2-17-1 




11-29-3 




Punts-Avg. 


7-39.0 




3-38.0 




Fumbles-tost 


1-1 




5-5 




Penalties Yards 


63 




10 




Att: 18,409 








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Tulane-Sugar 
lUfl Bowl 

■ New Orleans 

™. ™ E Jan. 2, 1952 

MARYLAND 28 
TENNESSEE 13 

In what may have been perhaps the biggest win in Mary- 
land football historytheTerps upset No. 1 -ranked and regu- 
lar season national championTennessee,28-1 3, in the 1952 
Sugar Bowl. TheTerps 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 Fullerton who 
scored two touchdowns and threw for another. The Terps 
put the game out of reach in the third quarter with a 46- 
yard interception for a touchdown by Fullerton, giving the 
Terps a 28-6 lead. Maryland finished the season with an 
overall record of 10-0-0 and a No. 3 national ranking. 



Box Score 



Maryland 
Tennessee 



1st 2nd 3rd 4th 
7 14 7 

6 7 



F 

28 

13 



1 -UM - Fullerton 2-yard run (Decker kick) 

2-UM - Shemonski 7-yard pass from Fullerton (Decker kick) 

2-UM - Scarbath 1-yard run (Decker kick) 

2-UT - Rechichar 4-yard pass from Payne (kick failed) 

3 UM - Fullerton 46-yard interception return (Decker kick) 

4-UT - Payne 2-yard run (Rechichar kick) 





UM 


UT 


Firsr 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. 


8-38.0 


7-43.0 


Fumbles-tost 


7-1 


2-2 


Penalties-Yards 


12-120 


2-20 



RUSHING Maryland,Modzelewski28-153.Tennessee,Paynell-54. 
PASSING Maryland, Scarbath 6-9-57. Tennessee, Payne 7-14-75. 
Att: 80,271 




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Shoo Shoo Shemonski goes foi a TD vs. Missouri. 



Maryland celebrates its 1 95 1 undefeated season. 




OKLAHOMA 7 
MARYLAND 



This was the first game of the contract that pitted the 
Big Eight Conference champion against the Atlantic Coast 
Conference champion. The Terrapins took an undefeated 
season and the nation's No. 1 ranking into the game 
against an Oklahoma sguad that used a powerful run- 
ning attack to grind out a second quarter touchdown to 
propel the Sooners to a 7-0 win. Twice the Terps had first 
down opportunities with the ball inside the 10-yard line 
and failed to come away with any points. Despite the 
narrow loss, the Terrapins claimed the 1953 national 
championship. 



Box Score 

Ht 2nd 3rd 4th F 

Maryland — 

Oklahoma 7 — 7 



2-OU - Griggs 25-yard run (Leake kick) 





UM 


OU 


First Downs 


13 


10 


Rushing Yards 


176 


208 


Passing 


36 


22 


Comp-Att-Int 


5-12-0 


4-6-1 


Return Yards 


25 


7 


Punts-Avg. 


5-29.0 


7-31.3 


Fumbles-Lost 


1-1 


2-2 


Penalty Yards 


15 


45 



RUSHING-Maryland.Felton 10-51. Oklahoma, Griggs 13-89. 
PASSING-Maryland.Boxold 3-9-42. Oklahoma, Calame 4-4-22. 
RECEIVING-Maryland, Nolan 2-31. Oklahoma, Bums 3-17. 
Att:68,178 




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high-stepping in the 
1954 Orange Bowl. 



OKLAHOMA 20 
MARYLAND 6 

The third-ranked Terps came into the Orange Bowl riding 
a 1 5-game winning streak, only to have it snapped by an 
Oklahoma team that extended its winning streak to 30 
games with its 20-6 win. The Terps, who led 6-0 at 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. 



Box Score 

lit 2nd 3rd 4th F 

Maryland 6 — 6 

Oklahoma 14 6 — 20 

2-UM Vereb 15 yard run (kick failed) 

3-0U - McDonald 4-yard run (Prices kick) 

3-0U - O'Neil 1-yard run (Prices kick) 

4-OU - Dodd 82-yard interception return (kick failed) 



First Downs 

Rushing Yards 

Passing 

Comp-Att-Int 

Punts-Avg. 

Fumbles-Lost 

Penalties-Yards 



UM 

9 

187 

46 

3-10-3 

7-40.0 

3-2 

4-61 



OU 

16 

202 

53 
4-10-1 
8-34.0 

1-1 
4-35 



RUSHING Maryland.Vereb 8-108.0klahoma, Harris 9-63. 
PASSING-Maryland, Beightol 2-7-46. Oklahoma, Harris 3-5-34. 
RECEIVING-Maryland, Cooke 1-21. Oklahoma, Bums 2-28. 
Art: 75,561 




Ed Vereb rushed for the 
Terps onryWandlOSyank 
in the '56 Orange Bowl. 



Fulton County 

Stadium 

Atlanta 

Bee. 28, 1973 

GEORGIA 1 7 
MARYLAND 16 

Maryland came away from its first bowl game in 1 8 years 
a bitterly disappointed team. The Terrapins dominated 
Georgia in all phases, but the game was tied 1 0-1 at the 
half thanks to a couple of big plays by the Bulldogs. In 
the third quarter, a costly Terp fumble led to Georgia's 
go-ahead touchdown. Seven times the Terrapins were 
inside the Georgia 20-yard line, coming away with only 
nine points. The Terps' lone touchdown came via Walter 
White's 68-yard touchdown reception. 



Box Score 



Ht 



Maryland 
Georgia 



2nd 3rd 
10 
10 7 



4th F 

6 — 16 

— 17 



2-UG - Poulous 62-yard pass from Johnson (Leavitt kick), 5:27 

2-UM -White 68-yard pass from Carter (Mike-Mayer kick),5.-04 

2-UM -Mike-Mayer 36-yard field goal, 1:31 

2-UG - Leavitt 26-yard field goal,0:06 

3-UG - Johnson 1-yard run (Leavitt kick), 4:24 

4-UM - Mike-Mayer 25-yard field goal, 1 3:53 

4-UM - Mike-Mayer 28-yard field goal, 7:35 





UM 


UG 


First Downs 


15 


11 


Rushing Yards 


219 


170 


Passing 


242 


114 


Comp-Att-Int 


8-18-1 


5-16-1 


Return Yards 


78 


135 


Punts-Avg. 


6-31.8 


8-41.3 


Fumbles-Lost 


4-3 


2-2 


Penalties-Yards 


5-63 


1-5 



RUSHING Maryland, Carter 29-126.Georgia, King 16-57. 
PASSING Maryland, Kmard 4-8-1 1 3. Georgia, Johnson 5-16-114. 
RECEIVING: Maryland, White 2-106. Georgia. Poulous 2-62. 
Art: 80,271 




Coach Jerry Claibome (left) congratulates Georgia coach 
Vince Dooley after the Bulldogs' win. 







I , Cotton Bowl 
Dallas 
Jan. 1, 1977 



TENNESSEE 
MARYLAND 



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 touchdown 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 touch- 
down pass was ruled out of bounds. 



Box Score 



Maryland 
Tennessee 



1st 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-ArHnI 


15-22-2 


7-16-0 


Return Yards 


76 


65 


Punts-Avg. 


6-41.0 


7-39.0 


Fumbles-Lost 


3-3 


4-2 


Penalties-Yards 


4-63 


8-69 



RUSHING-Maryland, Carter 22-65.Tennessee,Gayle 17 106. 

PASSING Maryland, Avellini 1 5-22-1 58Tennessee, Holloway 6-15- 

54. 

RECEIVING: Maryland, White S-68.Tennessee, Seivers 4-38. 

Att: 51,284 




Louis Carter rushed 
for 65 yards in the 
Terps' 1974 Liberty 
Bowl appearance. 



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. Maryland shut 
out the Gators, 1 3-0, in front of a large pro-Florida crowd 
in a steady downpour. The Maryland defense held the 
SEC's total offense leader scoreless and intercepted two 
Florida passes which led to the first 10 Maryland points. 
This was the first Terp win over an SEC team since 1955. 



HOUSTON 30 
MARYLAND 21 



B 



ox Score 



Maryland 
Florida 



1st 2nd 3rd 4th 
7 3 3 




F 

13 





1-UM - Hoover 19-yard pass from Dick (Sochko kick) 6:15 
2-UM - Sochko 20-yard field goal 6:49 
4-UM - Sochko 27-yard field goal 1 1 :41 





UM 


UF 


First Downs 


15 


14 


Rushing Yards 


209 


182 


Passing 


82 


28 


Comp-Att-Int 


7-16-0 


3-19-3 


Return Yards 


26 


25 


Punts-Avg. 


7-39.5 


7-38.5 


Fumbles-Lost 


0-0 


1-1 


Penalties-Yards 


5-47 


6-48 



RUSHING Maryland, Atkins 20-127. Florida, DuBose 18-95. 
PASSING Maryland, Dick 5-13-67. Florida, Fisher 2-12-33. 
RECEIVING: Maryland, Hoover 2 24. Florida, Lecount 1-25. 
Att: 64,012 




Kim Hoover hauls in 
the only TD of the 
Terps' win in the 75 
Cator Bowl. 



Maryland entered the 1977 Cotton Bowl with a perfect 
11-0 record, but the hopes for a perfect season were 
dashed quickly when Houston scored 21 first-quarter 
points en route to a 30-21 win. The Cougars rushed for a 
total of 320 yards in the game and 144 in the 21-point 
first quarter.The Terps cut the lead to 27-21 in the fourth 
quarter, but a 5:42 drive by the Cougars late in the quar- 
ter resulted in a field goal, slamming the door on any Terp 
comeback hopes. 



Box Score 



Maryland 
Houston 



1st 2nd 3rd 4th 
7 7 7 
21 6 3 



f 
21 
30 



1-UH -Thomas 11 -yard run (Coplin kick) 6:27 

1-UH - Blackwell 33 yard run (Coplin kick) 3:13 

1-UH - Blackwell 1 -yard run (Coplin kick) 0:51 

2 UM - Manges 6-yard run (loncar kick) 9:36 

2-UH - Bass 33-yard pass from Davis (kick failed) 0:55 

3-UM - Sievers 1 1 -yard pass from Manges (Sochko kick) 1:41 

4-UM - Wilson 1 -yard run (Sochko kick) 8:46 

4 UH - Coplin 28-yard field goal 0:18 

UM UH 

First Downs 17 20 

Rushing Yards 120 320 

Passing 179 108 

Comp-Att -Int 17-32-0 5-8-0 

Return Yards 13 5 

Punts-Avg. 6-44.0 4-36.0 

Fumbles-Lost 1-1 4-3 

Penalties-Yards 8-80 5-22 

RUSHING Maryland, Scott ll-47.Houston, Blackwell 22149. 
PASSING Maryland, Manges 17-32-179.Houston, Davis 5-8-108. 
RECEIVING: Maryland, Kinney 6-72. Houston, Foster 3-62. 
,tt: 58,500 



Att 



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"1 first college TD on this 
►■ play in the '77 Cotton 

Bowl. 



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Legion Field 
Birmingham 
Dec. 22, 1977 

IVIARYLAND 1 7 
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. 




Sun Bowl 

El Paso 

Dec. 23, 1978 




TEXAS 42 
IVIARYLAND 



The MarylandTerrapins.appearing in theirsixth 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.lt was the first time in 95 games 
the Terps had been held scoreless.ending the third-long- 
est streak in the nation. 



33=: a. 



Tangerine 
Bowl 
Orlando 
Dec. 20, 1980 



FLORIDA 35 
MARYLAND 20 

Maryland's Charlie Wysocki rushed for 159 yards and a 
touchdown, but it was not enough to overcome the pass- 
ing attack of the Gators'Wayne Peace.who threw for 271 
yards and two touchdowns. Peace's favorite receiver, Cris 
Collinsworth, caught eight passes for 166 yards, includ- 
ing a 21-yard touchdown catch that led to Florida's 28- 
20 lead. Maryland's Dale Castro tied a Tangerine Bowl 
record and established a new Terrapin bowl record when 
he booted his fourth field goal in the third guarter. 



B 



ox Score 



Maryland 
Minnesota 



1st 2nd 3rd 4th 

3 14 
7 



F 

17 
7 



1-MN - Barber 1-yard run (Rogmd kick) 9:02 
1-UM - Sochko 32-yard field goal 521 
2-UM - Scott 2-yard run (Sochko kick) 7:04 
2-UM - Scott 1-yard run (Sochko kick) 4:53 





UM 


MN 


First Downs 


15 


17 


Rushing Yards 


120 


113 


Passing 


211 


155 


Comp-Att-Int 


12-23-1 


13 26-0 


Return Yards 


3 


6 


Punts-Avg. 


5-36.8 


9-27.7 


Fumbles-Lost 


3-2 


3-2 


Penalties- Yards 


12-80 


6-54 



RUSHING-Maryland, Scott 24-75. Minnesota, Kitzmann 24-76. 
I I PASSING -Maryland. Dick 12-20-211. Minnesota, Avery 12-23-130. 
I | RECEIVING:Maryland,White8-126.Minnesota.Anhom5-49. 
| I Att: 47.000 




George Scott ran for two 
TDs and 75 yards in the 
Terps "77 Hall of Fame 
Bowl win. 



Box Score 



Maryland 
Texas 



1st 

21 



2nd 


7 



3rd 

14 



4th 






42 



1-UT - L.Jones 7-yard run (Erxleben kick) 10:27 

1 -UT - J. Jones 1 -yard run (Erxleben kick) 7: 1 5 

1 -UT - LJones 29-yard pass from Mcfiaeth (Erxleben kick) 4:37 

2-UT - McBaeth 2-yard run (Erxleben kick) 1 2:55 

3-UT - J.Jones 14-yard run (Erxleben kick) 2:42 

3-UT - H.Jones 32-yard run (Erxleben kick) 1:08 





UM 


UT 


First Downs 


20 


18 


Rushing Yards 


34 


220 


Passing 


214 


45 


Comp-Att-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 Maryland, Atkins 10-15.Texas,H. Jones 14-104. 
PASSING Maryland, O'Hare 12-27-l46.Texas, McBaeth 2-5-45. 
RECEIVING: Maryland, Richards 4-52.Texas, L.Jones 2-45. 
Att: 33,122 




Charles Johnson's 
mood tells the story 
after the Terps lost in 
the 18 Sun Bowl. 



Box Score 



Maryland 
Florida 



1st 2nd 3rd 4th 
3 6 11 
14 14 7 



F 
20 

35 



1-UM - Castro 34-yard field goal 4:50 

2-UF - Collinsworth 24-yard pass from Peace (Clark kick) 14:04 

2-UM - Castro 27 yard field goal 4:37 

2-UM - Castro 26-yard field goal 4:28 

2-UF - Jones 2-yard run (Clark kick) 1:46 

3-UM -Wysocki 2-yard run (Tice run) 14:48 

3-UM - Castro 42-yard field goal 10:00 

3-UF - Peace 1 -yard run (Clark kick) 4:43 

3-UF - Collinsworth 21-yard pass from Peace (Clark kick) 3:29 

4-UF - Brawn 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.Flonda. Brown 16-71. 
PASSING Maryland. Tice 11-23-129 Florida.Peace 20-24-271. 
RECEIVING: Maryland. Havener 4-83 Honda, Collinsworth 8-166. 
Att: 52,541 







Charlie Wysocki ran 
for 1 59 yards in the 
'80 Tangerine Bowl. 



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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 14-6 in the first half and Boomer 
Esiason had completed 10 passes for 120 yards and a 
touchdown in the third quarter, sparking Maryland to a 
20-14 lead early in the fourth. 



Box Score 

hi 2nd 3rd 4th F 

Maryland 6 6 8 — 20 

Washington 7 7 7 — 21 

1 -UW - Allen 27-yard pass from Cowan (Nelson kick) 10:14 
2-UM - D'Addio 19-yard pass from Esiason (kick failed) 14:52 
2-UW Allen 71-yard pass from Cowan (Nelson kick) 5:21 
3-UM - Tice 36-yard pass from Esiason (conversion failed) 

12:18 
4-UM Nash 2-yard run (Tice pass from Esiason) 10:44 
4-UW Allen 11 -yard pass from Cowan (Nelson kick) 0:06 





UM 


UW 


First Downs 


17 


20 


Rushing Yards 


68 


63 


Passing 


251 


369 


Comp-Att-Int 


19-32-1 


35-55-0 


Return Yards 


45 


43 


Punts-Avg. 


7-38.0 


5-45.0 


Fumbles-Lost 


2-1 


4-4 


Penalties- Yards 


8-55 


7-50 



RUSHING Maryland,Nash 1M1.Washington,Robinson 16-50. 

PASSING-Maryland,Esiason19-32-25l.Washington.Cowan 33-55 

369. 

RECEIVING: Maryland, Tice 6 85. Washington, Skansi 10-81 . 

Att: 30,055 




Dave D'Addio 
rushes past 
Washington in the 
Aloha Bowl. 



TENNESSEE 30 
MARYLAND 23 

Tennessee scored two touchdowns in the fourth quarter 
to overcome a 20- 1 6 deficit and defeat the Terps, 30-23, 
in the 1983 Citrus Bowl. Maryland took a four-point lead 
into the fourth quarter, thanks to outstanding play from 
reserve quarterback Frank Reich. Reich entered the game 
in the second quarter when starter Boomer Esiason suf- 
fered a shoulder injury. Reich's one mistake of the day,an 
interception early in the fourth quarter, set the Vols on 
Maryland's 14-yard line which led to a Tennessee touch- 
down run that was the difference. 



Box Score 



Maryland 
Tennessee 



7sf 2nd 3rd 4th 
3 6 11 3 
7 3 6 14 



F 
23 
30 



1-UM - Atkinson 18-yard field goal 4:01 
1-UT- Taylor 12 pass from Cockrell (Reveiz kick) 1:04 
2-UM - Atkinson 48-yard field goal 13:43 
2-UM - Atkinson 31-yard field goal 12:01 
2-UT - Reveiz 25-yard field goal 4:34 
3-UM - Atkinson 22-yard field goal 10:47 
3-UT - Henderson 19-yard run (Cockrell pass failed) 5:29 
3-UM - Badanjek 3-yard run (Badanjek run) 4:14 
4-UT - Jones 1-yard run (Reveiz kick) 14:01 
4-UT - Jones 2-yard run (Reveiz kick) 1 1 :58 
4-UM - Atkinson 26-yard field goal 4:34 
UM 

iwns 17 

1 Yards 95 

I 253 

Mt-lnt 18-28-1 

Yards 10 

Wg, 0-0.0 

'S-Lost 3-1 

es-Yards 6-32 

RUSHING-Maryland,Joyner17-58.Tennessee, Jones 29-154, 
PASSING Maryland, Reich 14 22-192. Tennessee, Cockrell 16-23- 
185. 

RECEIVING: Maryland, David 4-66.Tennessee, Duncan 6-59. 
Att: SO, 183 





UM 


UT 


First Downs 


17 


25 


Rushing Yards 


95 


201 


Passing 


253 


185 


Comp-Att Int 


18-28-1 


16-23-1 


Return Yards 


10 


26 


Punts-Avg, 


0-0.0 


1-47.0 


Fumbles-Lost 


3-1 


1-1 


Penalties-Yards 


6-32 


1-5 




Bobby Ross (far 
left) and 
Boomer Esiason 
(second from 
left) visit Goofy 
at the Magic 
Kingdom. 



MARYLAND 28 
TENNESSEE 27 



The Maryland Terrapins were truly the comeback team 
of 1984.Maryland trailed Tennessee 21 -0 at halftime and 
erupted for a Terrapin bowl record 22 points in the third 
quarter. Frank Reich's third-quarter touchdown pass to 
Ferrell Edmunds put the Terps up 22-21, but the ensuing 
kickoff was returned for a touchdown by the Volunteers 
to give them a 27-22 lead. Then with 8:03 left to play, the 
Terps' offense pounded out a 5:05 drive that was capped 
by a one-yard scoring run by Rick Badanjek for the game- 
winning touchdown. 



Box Score 



Maryland 
Tennessee 



ht 

10 



2nd 


11 



3rd 
22 
6 







F 

28 

27 



^ 



1-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 - Neal 57-yard run (pass failed) 10:35 
3-UM - Atkinson 23-yard field goal 6:32 
3-UM - Badanjek 1-yard run (run failed) 3:47 
3-UM - Edmunds 40-yard pass from Reich (Atkinson kick) 3:47 
3-UT - Penuska 100-yard kickoff return (pass failed) 0:10 
4-UM - Badanjek 1 -yard run (pass failed) 2:28 





UM 


UT 


First Downs 


22 


13 


Rushing Yards 


229 


148 


Passing 


201 


132 


Comp-Att-Int 


17-28-1 


15-24-0 


Return Yards 


80 


194 


Punts-Avg. 


4-39.0 


5-42.4 


Fumbles-Lost 


2-2 


2-2 


Penalties-Yards 


8-63 


6-49 



RUSHING Maryland.Neal 12-107.Tennessee.Jones 14-80. 
PASSING Maryland, Reich 17 28-201. Tenn, Robinson 15-24-132. 
RECEIVING: Maryland, Hill 4-69.Tennessee, McGee 6-66. 
Att: 50.126 




After rallying 
from a 21-0 
halftime deficit, 
the Terps carried 
coach Bobby 
Ross off the field 
after winning 
the 84 Sun 
Bowl. 



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Pontiac 
Silverdome 
Pontiac, Mich. 
Dec. 21, 1985 

MARYLAND 35 
SYRACUSE 18 

Quarterback Stan Gelbaugh completed 1 4 passes for 223 
yards, threw two touchdowns and rushed for another as 
Maryland defeated Syracuse 35-18. The Terrapins, who 
trailed 3-0 early in the first quarter, took their first lead 
thanks to Gelbaugh's four-yard touchdown run. Trailing 
10-6 in the second quarter, Gelbaugh hit tight end Chris 
Knight for a three-yard score to put the Terps in the lead 
for good. The touchdown pass also was the start of a 22- 
point second quarter that tied a Maryland bowl record 
for points scored in a quarter. 



Box Score 



Syracuse 
Maryland 



1st 
3 
6 



2nd 3rd 4th 

7 8 

22 7 



f 

18 

35 



1-SU - McAulay 26-yard field goal 10:27 
1-UM - Gelbaugh 4-yard run (kick failed) 6:36 

2 SU Drummond 10-yard run (McAulay kick) 12:53 

2-UM - Knight 3-yard pass from Gelbaugh (Badanjek run) , 8:50 

2-UM Tye 8-yard fumble return (Plocki kick) 3:41 

2-UM - Blount 20-yard run (Plocki kick) 1:43 

3-UM - Abdur-Ra oof 6-yard pass from Gelbaugh (Plocki 

kick) 11:27 

3 SU - McPherson 17-yard run (Schwedes from McPherson) 2 31 

UM SU 

22 28 

244 241 

223 204 

14-20-1 18-30-3 

99 135 

3-38.7 1-52.0 

0-0 3-2 

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-Raoof 5-86. Syracuse, Slano 4-69 
Att: 51.858 



fust Downs 
Rushing Yards 
Passing 
Comp-Att-Int 
Return Yards 
Punts-Avg. 
Fumbles-Lost 
Penalties-Yards 




ten Lynch (63) 
hoists the 1985 
Cherry Bowl 
trophy. 






Independence 
Stadium 
Shreveport, La. 
Dec. 15, 1990 

MARYLAND 34 
LOUISIANA TECH 34 

Tech's Chris Boniol hit a 29-yard field goal with no time 
remaining in the 1990 Independence Bowl, allowing the 
Bulldogs to escape Shreveport with a 34-34 tie. The Ter- 
rapins fell behind 31-20 early in the fourth quarter but 
rallied to take the lead when Scott Zolak threw a 1 5-yard 
touchdown pass to Brad Johnson with :52 remaining. 
However, on the ensuing kickoff, Tech's Lorenzo Baker re- 
turned the kick 41 yards to start the Bulldog drive on the 
Maryland 39-yard line. Five plays and 28 yards later, Boniol 
kicked his second field goal of the game to even the score. 



Box Score 



^\ 



lit 2nd 3rd 4th 
Maryland 14 6 14 

Louisiana Tech 14 14 6 



F 

34 

34 



1-UM- Jackson 1 -yard run (DeArmas kick) 11:59 

1-UM - Jackson 2-yard run (DeArmas kick) 5:06 

2-LT - Richardson 5-yard run (Boniol kick) 8:30 

2-LT - Davis 3-yard run (Boniol kick) 0:17 

3-LT- Richardson 1 -yard run (Boniol kick) 10:35 

3-UM - Jackson 1 1 -yard run (kick failed) 7:44 

3-LT - Slaughter 7-yard pass from Johnson (Boniol kick) 5:52 

4-LT - Boniol 36-yard field goal 13:52 

4-UM - Mason 28-yard pass from Zolak (DeArmas kick) 1 1:20 

4-UM - Johnson 1 5-yard pass from Zolak (DeArmas kick) 0:52 

4-LT - Boniol 28-yard field goal 0:00 

UM LT 

First Downs 16 25 

Rushing Yards 191 150 

Passing 115 254 

Comp-Att-Int 11-18-1 18-28-3 

Return Yards 22 3 

Punts-Avg. 4-37.2 1-34.0 

Fumbles-Lost 1-1 3-1 

Penalties-Yards 9-88 6-53 

RUSHING Maryland. Jadcson 17-50.La.Tech,Richardson 27-81. 
PASSING MarylandZolak7-16-159.La.Tedi,Johnson 7-8- 70. 
REarv1NG:Marylan4Johnson5-107,La.Tech,Slaughter5-66. 
Att: 48,325 




Clarence Jones 
(74) lifts Troy 
Jackson in the air 
after the Terps' 
third-quarter 
score in the 90 
Independence 
Bowl. 



-'^L Pro Player 
Stadium 
Miami, Fla. 
Jan. 2, 2002 

FLORIDA 56 
MARYLAND 23 

Maryland made its first bowl appearance since 1990, but 
fell to the fifth-ranked Florida Gators, 56-23. Florida's Rex 
Grossman came off the bench to throw for 248 yards and 
four touchdowns. The Gators jumped out to a 14-0 lead, 
but the Terps rallied to close to within 14- 10. Florida, how- 
ever, scored five unanswered touchdowns to pull away. 
Marc Riley rushed for two touchdowns for the Terps.The 
teams combined for an Orange Bowl record 79 points and 
1,019 total yards. 



Box Score 



Flonda 
Maryland 



1st 2nd 3rd 
14 14 21 
7 3 



4th 
7 
13 



f 

56 

23 



1-UF - Graham 1-yard run (Chandler kick) 9:51 

1-UF - Jacobs 46-yard pass from Berlin (Chandler kick) 0:12 

1 -UM - Williams 64-yard pass from Hill (Novak kick) 0:00 

2-UM - Novak 20-yard field goal 12:20 

2-UF- Jacobs 15-yard pass from Grossman (Chandler kick) 2:18 

2-UF - Gaffney 4-yard pass from Grossman (Chandler kick) 0:03 

3-UF -Graham 6-yard run (Chandler kick) 11:22 

3-UF - Gillespie 11-yard run (Chandler kick) 7:26 

3-UF - Gaffney 33-yard pass from Grossman (Chandler kick) 2:52 

4-UM - Riley 1-yard run (Novak kick) 11:56 

4-UF - Perez 10-yard pass from Grossman (Chandler kick) 10:16 

4-UM - Riley 10-yard run (Novak kick) 5:10 



First Downs 
Rushing Yards 
Passing 
Comp-Att-Int 
Return Yards 
Punts-Avg. 
Fumbles-Lost 
Penalties-Yards 



RUSHING Maryland, Hill 11-31. Florida, Graham 16-149. 
PASSING Maryland. Hill 23-39-257. Florida, Grossman 20-28-248. 
RECEIVING Maryland, Murphy 5-42. Florida, Jacobs 10-170. 
lAtt: 73,640 



UM 


UF 


19 


30 


103 


203 


257 


456 


23-39-1 


33-49-2 


189 


93 


5-46.2 


2-53.0 


0-0 


2-1 


4-20 


6-43 







Marc Riley ran for 
two touchdowns, 
including this 10- 
yard run in the 
fourth quarter. 





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AIL-TIME BOWL GAIVIE RECORDS 










INDIVIDUAL RECORDS 

Rushing Yards 

165 (23 carries), Lu Gambino vs. Georgia, 1948 Gator 
153 (28), Ed Modzelewski vs.Tennessee, 1952 Sugar 
159 (39), Charlie Wysocki vs. Florida, 1980 Tangerine 
132 (24), Alvin Blount vs. Syracuse, 1985 Cherry 
1 27 (20), Steve Atkins vs. Florida, 1975 Gator 
1 26 (29), Louis Carter vs. Georgia, 1 973 Peach 
108 (8), Ed Vereb vs. Oklahoma, 1 956 Orange 
107 (12), Tommy Neal vs.Tennessee, 1984 Sun 

Rushing Attempts 

39, Charlie Wysocki vs. Florida, 1980 Tangerine 

Rushing Touchdowns 

3, Troy Jackson vs. Louisiana Tech, 1 990 Independence 

Longest Touchdown Run 

57 yards, Tommy Neal vs.Tennessee, 1984 Sun 

Passing Yards 

257 (23 of 39, 1 TD, 1 Int.), Shaun Hill vs. Florida, 2002 Orange 
251 (19of32,2TD,1 Int.), Boomer Esiason vs. Washington, 1982 

Aloha 
223 (14 of 20, 2 TD, 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 20,0TD,1 Int.J.Larry Dick vs.Minnesota, 1977 Hall of 

Fame 
201 (17 of 28, 1 TD, 1 Int.), Frank Reich vs.Tennessee, 1984 Sun 

Pass Completions 

23, Shaun Hill vs. Florida, 2002 Orange 

Pass Attempts 

39, Shaun Hill vs. Florida, 2002 Orange 

Passing Touchdowns 

2, Boomer Esiason vs. Washington, 1982 Aloha 

2, Stan Gelbaugh vs. Syracuse, 1 985 Cherry 

2, Scott Zolak vs. Louisiana Tech, 1 990 Independence 




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?with 165, jo/, 



iryland record for ruihing yards in a 
• the 48 Color Bowl. 



Longest Pass Touchdown 

68, Louis Carter to Walter White vs. Georgia, 1 973 Peach 

Total Offense 

288 yards (31 run,257pass),Shaun Hill vs. Florida, 2002 Orange 
252 yards (1 run, 251 pass), Boomer Esiason vs. Washington, 
1983 Aloha 

Receptions 

8 (126 yards), Charlie White vs. Minnesota, 1977 Hall of Fame 

Receiving Yards 

126 (8 rec.OTD), Charlie White vs.Minnesota, 1977 Hall of Fame 
1 07 (5 rec, 1 TD), Barry Johnson vs. Louisiana Tech, 1 990 Inde- 
pendence 
106 (2 rec, 1 TD), Walter White vs.Georgia, 1973 Peach 

Touchdown Receptions 

1, Lu Gambino from John Baroni, 1948 Gator 
1 , Bob Shemonski from Ed Fullerton, 1 952 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, 1 982 Aloha 
1, John Tice from Boomer Esiason, 1982 Aloha 
I.Ferrell Edmunds from Frank Reich, 1984 Sun 
1, Chris Knight from Stan Gelbaugh, 1985 Cherry 
l.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 
1,JafarWilliams from Shaun Hill, 2002 Orange 

All-Purpose Yardage 

189 (165 rush, 24 rec), Lu Gambino vs. Georgia, 1948 Gator 
184 (93 rush, 47 rec, 44 ret.), Mark Mason vs. Louisiana Tech, 
1990 Independence 

Touchdowns Responsible For 

3, Lu Gambino (35 run, 1 run, 24 rec) vs. Missouri, 1948 Gator 
3, Ed Fullerton (2 run, 7 pass, 46 int.) vs.Tennessee, 1952 Sugar 
3, Troy Jackson (2 run, 2 run, 11 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 Goal 

48 yards, Jess Atkinson vs.Tennessee, 1983 Citrus 

Punting Average 

53.0 (3 for 1 59 yds.), Lynn Beightol vs. Oklahoma, 1956 Orange 
52.4 (5 for 262 yds.), Mike Sochko vs. Houston, 1 977 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, 1 985 Cherry 

Interception Return for a TD 

■id vinl return EdFuRcrtonw I''iinessee, 1952 Sugar 



TEAM RECORDS 

First Downs 

25, 1990 Independence (12 rush, 9 pass, 4 pen.) vs. Louisiana 
Tech 

First Downs Rushing 

14, 1952 Sugar vs.Tennessee 

First Downs Passing 

12. 1983 Citrus vs.Tennessee 

Fewest First Downs 

9, 1 956 Orange vs. Oklahoma 

Rushing Yards 

289 yards, 1952 Sugar vs.Tennessee 

Rushing Attempts 

54, 1 980 Tangerine (1 77 yards) vs. Florida 

54. 1984 Sun (229 yards) vs.Tennessee 

Rushing Touchdowns 

3, 1950 Gator vs. Missouri 

3. 1984 Sun vs.Tennessee 

3, 1 990 Independence vs. Louisiana Tech 

Fewest Rushing Yards 

68, 1982 Aloha vs. Washington 

Passing Yards 

257 yards, 2002 Orange vs. Florida 

Pass Completions 

23, 2002 Orange vs. Florida 

Pass Attempts 

43, 1978 Sun vs. Texas (17 completions) 

Passing Touchdowns 

2, 1982 Aloha vs. Washington 

2. 1 985 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. 1 974 Liberty vs. Tennessee 

Penalty Yards 

120 on 1 2 penalties, 1952 Sugar vs.Tennessee 



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In This Section 

Rushing Records 174 

Passing Records 178 

Total Offense Records 181 

Receiving Records 182 

Scoring Records 185 

Punt Return Records 188 

Kickoff Return Records 190 

Purpose Records 192 

Punting Records 193 

Defense Records 194 

Team Records 197 

Attendance Records 198 

Year-by- Year Team Statistics 199 

The Last Time 201 







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Rushing Attempts 

Career-807, LaMont Jordan, 1 997-2000 
Season-334, Charlie Wysocki, 1 980 

Sr.-283, Steve Atkins, 1978 

Jr.-334, Charlie Wysocki, 1980 

So.-247, Charlie Wysocki, 1979 

Fr.-159,LaMontJordan,1997 
Game-50, Charlie Wysocki vs. Duke, 1980 

Rushing Yards 

Career-4, 1 47, LaMont Jordan, 1 997-2000 
Season-1 ,632, LaMont Jordan, 1 999 

Sr.— 1,261, Steve Atkins, 1978 

Jr.-1,632, LaMont Jordan,1999 

So.-1,242, Bruce Perry,2001 

Fr.-689, LaMont Jordan, 1 997 
Game-306, LaMont Jordan vs. Virginia, 1999 

By Quarterback 1 39, Dennis 0'Hara vs. Wake 

Forest, 1969 



Rushing Yards Per Carry 

Career (min. 300 att.)-5.57, Ed Modzelewski, 1949-51 
Career (min. 175 att.)-8.13,Chet Hanulak, 1951-53 
Season (min. 200 att.)-6.14, LaMont Jordan, 1999 
Season (min. 1 00 att.)-7.38, Ed Modzelewski, 1 95 1 
Season (min. 75 att.)-9.78, Chet Hanulak, 1953 

Sr.-9.78,Chet Hanulak, 1953 

Jr.-6.29, Chet Hanulak, 1952 

So.-5.93, Alvin Blount, 1984 

Fr.-5.64, Steve Atkins, 1975 
Game (min. 10 att.)-1 5.0, Willie Joyner vs. No. Carolina, 

1982 

Rushing Touchdowns 

Career-44, Rick Badanjek, 1982-85 
Season-16, LaMont Jordan, 1999 

Sr.-14, EdVereb, 1955 

Jr.-16, LaMont Jordan, 1999 

So.-IO, Bruce Perry, 2001 

Fr.-9, Rick Badanjek, 1982 
Game-5, Bob Shemonski vs. Va. Tech, 1950 



100- Yard Rushing Games 

Career-1 8, LaMont Jordan, 1 997-2000 
Season-8, Charlie Wysocki, 1 980; Steve Atkins, 1 978 

Sr.-8, Steve Atkins, 1978 

Jr.-8, Charlie Wysocki, 1980 

So.-5, Bruce Perry, 2001 , LaMont Jordan, 1 998; 

Charlie Wysocki, 1979 

Fr.-2, LaMont Jordan, 1997;Wayne Wingfield, 1979 
Consecutive-7, Steve Atkins, 1978 

200-Yard Rushing Games 

Career-3, Charlie Wysocki, 1978-81 

Season-2, LaMont Jordan, 1999, Charlie Wysocki, 1979 

Consecutive-2, Charlie Wysocki, 1979 

Longest TO Run 

98, Steve Atkins vs. Clemson, 1978 

Longest Non-Scoring Run 

76, Harry Bonk vs. No. Carolina, 1948 



Rushing Attempts - Career 

1. LaMont Jordan, 1997-2000 807 

2. Charlie Wysocki, 1978-81 769 

3. Steve Atkins, 1975-78 625 

4. Louis Carter, 1 972-74 561 

5. Rick Badanjek, 1982-85 521 

6. Billy Loveft, 1966-68 452 

7. Willie Joyner, 1980-83 437 

Art Seymore, 1970-72 437 

9. Alvin Blount, 1983-86 426 

10. BrenLowery, 1986-89 402 

11. Mark Mason, 1990-93 379 

12. Buddy Rodgers, 1994-97 365 

13. Ed Modzelewski, 1949-51 340 

14. Alvin Maddox, 1975-78 339 

15. Troy Jackson, 1988-91 321 

16. Alvin Thomas, 1968-70 304 

17. Richard Jennings, 1972-75 275 

Jim Joyce, 1957-59 275 

19. Brian Underwood, 1994-97 273 

20. George Scott, 1976-77 270 

Rushing Attempts - Season 

1. Charlie Wysocki (Jr.), 1 980 334 

2. Steve Atkins (Sr.), 1978 283 

3. LaMont Jordan (Jr.), 1999 266 

4. Charlie Wysocki (So.), 1979 247 

5. Louis Carter (Sr), 1974 224 

6. Art Seymore (So.), 1970 221 

7. Bruce Perry (So.), 2001 219 

8. Louis Carter (Jr.), 1973 218 

9. Billy Lovett (Sr.), 1968 217 

10. I dMont Jordan (Sr), 2000 213 

11. Wii 191 .198 

12. George Scott (So.), 1977 188 

182 

14. Willi 177 

15. Troy Jack .176 

16. Rick Bad. 173 

17 Alvin Bloi. 171 

18. LaMcH ...169 

19. Bren I 

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LaMont Jordan finished his career in 2000 as the all-time 
leading rusher in Terp history and third all-time in theACC. 



Rushing Attempts - Game 

1 . Charlie Wysocki vs. Duke, 1 980 50 

2. George Scott vs.Villanova, 1977 42 

3. Charlie Wysocki vs.Syracuse, 1981 39 

Billy Lovett vs. So. Carolina, 1968 39 

5. LaMont Jordan 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. LaMont Jordan, 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. Art Seymore, 1970-72 1,656 

12. BrenLowery, 1986-89 1,611 

1 3. Alvin Maddox, 1975-78 1,571 

14. Chet Hanulak, 1951-53 1,544 

15. Buddy Rodgers, 1994-97 1,488 

16. Bruce Perry, 1999, 2001 -present 1,437 

17. Tommy Neal, 1983-86 1,375 

18. Ralph Felton, 1951-53 1,355 

19. Richard Jennings, 1972-75 1,308 

20. George Scott, 1976-77 1,263 

Rushing Yards - Season 

1. LaMont Jordan (Jr.), 1999 1,632 

2. CharlieWysocki (Jr.). 1980 1,359 

3. Steve Atkins (Sr.), 1978 1,261 

4. Bruce Perry (So.), 2001 1,242 

5. CharlieWysocki (So.), 1979 1,140 



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C hor//> Wysocki is Maryland's second all-time leader in 
rushing attempts and rushing yards. 

6. Willie Joyner (Jr.), 1982 1,039 

, Louis Carter (Sr.), 1974 991 

Billy Loven (Sr.), 1968 963 

9. Art Seymore (So.), 1970 945 

10. LaMont Jordan (Sr.), 2000 920 

11. Willie Joyner (Sr.), 1983 908 

12. LaMont Jordan (So.), 1998 906 

13. Lu Gambino (Sr.), 1947 904 

14. George Scon (So.), 1977 894 

Tom Hickey (So.), 1964 894 

16. Ed Modzelewski (Sr.),1951 834 

17. Rick Badanjek (Jr.), 1984 832 

18. Alvin Blount (Jr.), 1985 828 

18. Louis Carter (Jr.), 1973 801 

20. Alvin Blount (So.), 1984 759 

Rushing Yards - Game 

I. LaMont Jordan vs. Virginia, 1999 306 

1 Bruce Perry vs. Wake Forest, 2001 276 

3. Willie Joyner vs. No. Carolina, 1982 240 

4. George Scott vs. Villanova, 1977 237 

5. LaMont Jordan vs. Duke, 1999 227 

6. Charlie Wysocki vs. Louisville, 1979 222 

7. Rick Badanjek vs. Virginia, 1984 217 

8. Charlie Wysocki vs. Duke, 1980 216 

9. Steve Atkins vs. Syracuse, 1 976 215 

10. Alvin Blount vs.Clemson, 1984 214 

II. Louis Carter vs. Virginia, 1974 213 

12. Charlie Wysocki vs. Virginia, 1979 202 

13. Steve Atkins vs.Clemson, 1978 197 

14. Alvin Blount vs. Virginia. 1985 186 

Ralph Felton vs. NC State, 1951 186 

16. Louis Carter vs. NC State, 1974 180 

17. CharlieWysockivs.Clemson,1979 178 

18. LaMont Jordan vs.Clemson, 1999 177 

Charlie Wysocki vs. Villanova, 1980 177 

20. Buddy Rodgers vs.Duke, 1996 176 



Rushing Yards Per Carry - Career 

Minimum I7S Rushing Attempts 

1. ChetHanulak, 1951-53 8.13 

2. Bruce Perry, 1999, 2001 -present 5.79 

3. Ed Modzelewski, 1949 51 5.57 

4. Tommy Neal, 1983-86 5.33 

5. Ralph Felton, 1951-53 5.15 

6. LaMont Jordan, 1997-2000 5.14 

7. Alvin Blount, 1983-86 5.07 

8. Bob Shemonski, 1949-51 5.02 

9. Willie Joyner, 1980-83 4.90 

10. Allen Williams, 1993-94 4.81 

11. Mark Mason, 1990-93 4.77 

12. Richard Jennings, 1972-75 4.76 

13. Steve Atkins, 1975-78 4.75 

14. Tom Miller, 1969-71 4.74 

1 5. George Scon, 1976-77 4.68 

16. Tim Wilson, 1972-76 4.67 

17. Rick Badanjek, 1982-85 4.64 

18. Alvin Maddox, 1975-78 4.63 

John Nash, 1979-82 4.63 

20. Jamie Franklin, 1972-75 4.47 




Chet "The Jet" Hanulak holds the Maryland career and 
season marks for yards per carry. 

Rushing Yards Per Carry - Season 

Minimum 75 Rushing Attempts 

1. Chet Hanulak (Sr.), 1953 9.78 

2. Ed Modzelewski (Sr.), 1951 7.38 

3. Lu Gambino (Sr.), 1947 7.23 

4. Chet Hanulak (Jr.), 1952 6.29 

5. LaMont Jordan (Jr.), 1999 6.14 

6. Alvin Blount (So.), 1984 5.93 

7. Richard Jennings (Jr.), 1974 5.88 

8. Willie Joyner (Jr.), 1982 5.87 

9. Ralph Felton (So.), 1951 5.84 

10. Steve Atkins (So.), 1976 5.75 

1 1 . Ed Vereb (Sr.), 1955 5.68 

12. Bruce Perry (So.), 2001 5.67 

13. Steve Atkins (Ft.), 1975 5.64 

14. Ralph Feiton (Sr.), 1953 5.56 

15. Bob Shemonski (Jr.), 1950 5.54 

16. Tommy Neal (So.), 1984 5.52 

17. Mark Mason (So), 1991 5.51 

18. Mark Mason (Jr.), 1992 5.45 

19. LaMont Jordan (So.), 1998 5.36 

20. Richard Jennings (Sr.), 1975 5.27 



Rushing Yards Per Carry - Game 

Minimum 10 Ruihing 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 Kershnervs.NC State, 1956 9.9 

5. Bob Shemonski vs. Georgetown, 1950 9.6 

6. LaMont Jordan vs.Duke, 1999 9.5 

7. Ed Modzelewski vs. W.Virginia, 1951 9.4 

8. Ed Modzelewski vs.G. Washington, 1951 9.2 

Bruce Perry vs. Wake Forest, 2001 9.2 

10. LaMont Jordan vs. Western Carolina, 1999 8.8 

Rushing Touchdowns - Career 

1 . Rick Badanjek, 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 1 

Tim Wilson, 1972-76 11 

Dick Shiner, 1961-63 11 

Jim Joyce, 1957-59 11 

Ralph Felton, 1951-53 11 

Ed Fullerton, 1950-52 11 




Kick Badanjek boasts a Maryland-record 44 career rushing 
touchdowns. 





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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 11 

Charlie Wysocki (Jr.), 1980 11 

Ed Modzelewski (Sr.), 1951 11 

Lu Gambino (Sr.), 1947 1 1 

11. Bruce Perry (So.), 2001 10 

Marc Riley (Sr.),2001 10 

Steve Atkins (Sr.), 1978 10 

Rick Badanjek (Fr.), 1982 9 

Steve Atkins (Jr.), 1977 9 

Tommy Neal (Sr.), 1986 8 

Rick Badanjek (So.), 1983 8 

Charlie Wysocki (So.), 1 979 8 

Jim Joyce (Sr.), 1959 8 

12 players (last time: Shaun Hill (Sr.), 2001 ) 7 



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Rushing Touchdowns - Game 

1. Bob Shemonski vs.Va. Tech, 1950 5 

2. LaMont Jordan vs. Clemson, 1999 4 

Charlie Wysocki vs.Virginia, 1981 4 

4. Bruce Perry vs. E.Michigan, 2001 3 

LaMont Jordan vs. Middle Tennesse State, 2000 3 

LaMont Jordan vs. Western Carolina, 1999 3 

Rick Badanjek vs. No. Carolina, 1 984 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 







200-Yard Rushing Games - Career 

1. Charlie Wysocki, 1978-81 3 

2. LaMont Jordan, 1997-2000 2 

3. 7 players (last time: Bruce Perry, 1999, 2001-pres.) 1 

200-Yard Rushing Games - Season 

2 

2 



LaMont Jordan (Jr.), 1999.... 
Charlie Wysocki (So.), 1979 . 

Bruce Perry (So.), 2001 

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 



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Consecutive 200-Yard Rushing Games 

1. Charlie Wysocki (So.), 1979 2 

100-Yard Rushing Games - Career 

1. LaMont Jordan, 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. Bruce Perry, 1999, 2001-present 5 

Buddy Rodgers, 1994-97 5 

John Nash, 1973-75 5 

Art Seymore, 1970-72 5 

Ed Modzelewski, 1949-51 5 

Billy Lovett, 1 966-68 5 

100- Yard Rushing Games - Season 

1 . Charlie Wysocki (Jr.), 1 980 8 

Steve Atkins (Sr.), 1978 8 

3. LaMont Jordan (Jr.), 1999 7 

4. Bruce Perry (So.), 2001 5 

LaMont Jordan (So.), 1998 5 

Charlie Wysocki (So.), 1979 5 

7. LaMont Jordan (Sr.), 2000 4 

Charlie Wysocki (Sr.), 1981 4 

John Nash (Jr.), 1981 4 

Louis Carter (Sr.), 1974 4 

Art Seymore (Jr.), 1 970 4 

Billy Lovett (Sr.), 1968 4 

Tom Hickey (So.), 1964 4 

Ed Modzelewski (Sr.), 1951 4 

Nine players (last time: Buddy Rodgers (So.), 1995) ... 3 



Consecutive 100-Yard Rushing Games 



1. Steve Atkins (Sr.), 1978 

2. Bruce Perry (So.), 2001 

3. Charlie Wysocki (Jr.), 1980... 

4. LaMont Jordan (Sr.), 2000 ... 
LaMont Jordan (Jr.), 1999.... 
LaMont Jordan (So.), 1998 .. 
Charlie Wysocki (So.), 1979. 

George Scotl (So.), 1977 

Steve Atkins (So.), 1976 



Steve Atkins rushed for 1 00 yards in a record seven 
consecutive gomes in 1978. 



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Year Player Carries-Yards 

1947 Lu Gambino 125-904 

1948 Hurbert Werner 101-554 

1949 Dick Modzelewski 120-589 

1950 Bob Shemonski 101-560 

1951 Ralph Felton 83-485 

1952 JackScarbath 103-237 

1953 Ralph Felton 100-558 

1954 Ron Waller 66-592 

1955 EdVereb 113-642 

1956 Tom Selep 62-315 

1957 Ted Kershner 41-227 

1 958 Jim Joyce 97-406 

1959 Jim Joyce 137-567 

1960 Pat Drass 76-297 

1961 Ernie Arizzi 79-375 

1962 Len Chiaverini 156-602 

1963 Jerry Fishman 116-480 

1964 Bo Hickey 182-894 

1965 Ernie Torain 93-370 

1966 Billy Lovett 98-451 

1967 Billy Lovett 137-499 

1968 Billy Lovett 217-963 

1969 Tom Miller 169-629 

1970 Art Seymore 221-981 

1971 Monte Hinkle 1 17-472 

1972 LouisCarter 119-474 

1973 Louis Carter 218-801 

1974 Louis Carter 224-991 

1975 Steve Atkins 87-491 

1976 Alvin Maddox 141-678 

1977 George Scott 188-894 

1978 Steve Atkins 283-1,261 

1979 Charlie Wysocki 247- 1 , 140 

1980 Charlie Wysocki 334-1,359 

1981 Charlie Wysocki 159-715 

1982 Willie Joyner 177-1,039 

1983 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 

1 990 Troy Jackson 1 76-662 

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 LaMont Jordan 159-689 

1998 LaMont Jordan 169-906 

1999 LaMont Jordan 226-1,632 

2000 LaMont Jordan 213-920 

2001 Bruce Perry 219-1,242 




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1 00-YARD RUSHING GAMES 



Name (Opponent, Date) 

LaMonI Jordan (Virginia, 1 1/20/99) 
Bruce Perry (Wake Forest. 9/22/01 ) 
Willie Joyner (No. Carolina, 10/30/82) 
George Scott (Villanova, 1 1/5/77) 
laMont Jordan (Duke, 10/30/99) 
Charlie Wysocki (Louisville, 1 1/1 7/79) 
Rick Badanjek (Virginia, 11/23/84) 
Charlie Wysocki (Duke. 10/25/80) 
Steve Atkins (Syracuse, 9/25/76) 
Alvin Blount (Clemson, 1 1/17/84) 
Louis Carter (Virginia, 11/23/74) 
Charlie Wysocki (Virginia, 1 1/24/79) 
Steve Atkins (Clemson, 1 1/18/78) 
Ralph Feiton(NC State, 11/17/51) 
Alvin Blount (Virginia, 1 1/29/85) 
Louis Carter (NC State, 10/26/74) 
Charlie Wysocki (Clemson, 9/1 5/79) 
Charlie Wysocki (Villanova, 9/6/80) 
LaMont Jordan (Clemson, 10/16/99) 
Buddy Rodgers (Duke, 10/26/96) 
George Scott (Virginia, 10/19/77) 
Billy Lovett (No. Carolina, 10/1 2/68) 
Charlie Wysocki (Syracuse, 10/3/81 ) 
George Scon (Richmond, 1 1/12/77) 
Al Thomas (Duke, 10/18/69) 
Willie Joyner (Virginia, 11/20/82) 
LaMont Jordan (Florida State, 1 1 /1 3/99) 
Steve Atkins (Richmond, 9/1 1 /76) 
Mark Mason (West Virginia, 9/1 9/92) 
LaMont Jordan (West Virginia, 9/18/99) 
Mark Mason (NC State, 9/12/92) 
Allen Williams (West Virginia, 9/17/94) 
Steve Atkins (No. Carolina, 9/23/78) 
Frank Wycheck (Clemson, 1 1/14/92) 
Charlie Wysocki (Villanova, 9/8/79) 
Louis Carter (No. Carolina, 9/28/74) 
LaMont Jordan (Western Carolina, 9/1 1/99) 
LaMont Jordan (Duke, 10/28/00) 
Art Seymore (NC State, 10/24/70) 
Billy Lovett (S.Carolina, 10/19/68) 
Steve Atkins (Kentucky, 9/30/78) 
Charlie Wysocki (Virginia. 11/21/81) 
Bruce Perry (West Virginia, 9/29/01 ) 
John Nash (Wake Forest, 10/16/82) 
Troy Jackson (Wake Forest, 10/13/90) 
Ricky Jennings (Villanova, 1 1/9/74) 
Charlie Wysocki (West Virginia, 9/20/80) 
Charlie Wysocki (Virginia, 11/22/80) 
LaMont Jordan (North Carolina, 10/23/99) 
Charlie Wysocki ( Vanderbilt, 9/1 3/80) 
Charlie Wysocki (Duke, 10/24/81) 
Bruce Perry (Virginia, 10/6/01) 
Steve Atkins (Wake Forest. 10/15/77) 
Billy Lovett (West Virginia, 10/15/66) 
Billy Lovett (Duke, 10/15/68) 
Wayne Wingfield (Wake Forest 10/20/79) 
Rick Badanjek (NC State, 1 1/19/83) 
Dennis 0'Hara (Wake Forest. 10/4/69) 
Charlie Wysocki (Miss. St.. 9/22/79) 
Ed Modzelewski (Geo. Washington. 10/6/51) 
Alvin Maddox (NC State. 1Q/V76) 
LaMont Jordan (Temple, 9/26/98) 
Ricky Jennings (Virginia, 1 1/22/75) 
Wayne Wingfield (Duke, 10/27/79) 
John Nash (Wake Forest. 10/17/81) 
LaMont Jordan (No. Carolina. 11/7/98) 
Monte Hinkle (Florida, 10/23/71) 




LaMont Jordan had the single-greatest rushing day in 
Maryland history with 306 yards against Virginia in the 1999 
season finale. 

135 Charlie Wysocki (Penn State, 10/1 1/80) 

1 35 LaMont Jordan (Temple, 9/27/97) 

1 33 Steve Atkins (West Virginia, 9/1 8/76) 

133 Bruce Perry (Eastern Michigan, 9/8/01) 

132 JackScarbath (Georgetown.il/14/50) 

132 ChetHanulak (Alabama, 11/21/53) 

132 EdVereb (Syracuse, 11/22/55) 

132 Alvin Maddox(Clemson,11/13/76) 

132 Steve Atkins (NC State, 10/7/78) 

1 32 Charlie Wysocki (NC State, 1 1/1/80) 

132 LaMont Jordan (Wake Forest, 10/17/98) 

131 Ed Modzelewski (West Virginia, 11/24/51) 

129 Ted Kershner (NC State, 11/22/56) 

129 Tom Hickey (Virginia, 11/21/64) 

129 Alvin Maddox (Kent, 11/13/76) 

128 Tom Hickey (NC State, 10/3/64) 

127 Ed Modzelewski ( Navy, 10/10/51) 

127 Art Seymore (West Virginia, 1 1/28/70) 

127 Louis Carter (Clemson, 11 /1 7/73) 

126 Tom Hickey ( Wake Forest, 1 1 /24/64) 

126 Steve Atkins (Virginia, 11/22/75) 

126 LaMont Jordan (NC State, 1 1/8/97) 

125 Dwayne Fletcher (No. Carolina, 10/17/59) 

125 Alvin Blount (WestVirginia,9/20/86) 

124 Ed Modzelewski (Duke, 10/28/50) 

124 Tom Hickey (Penn State, 10/31/64) 

1 24 George Scon (Virginia, 1 1 /20/76) 

122 Ralph Donofrio (Clemson, 11/1 1/67) 

1 22 Tommy Neal (Duke, 1 0/27/84) 

120 Willie Joyner (NC State, 1 1/19/83) 

120 Harold Westley (Wake Forest, 10/19/96) 

119 Len Chiaverini (S.Carolina, 10/27/62) 

118 Tom Selep (Baylor, 10/6/56) 

118 Monte Hinkle (Wake Forest 10/2/71) 

1 18 Carl Shelton (Virginia, 1 1 20/71) 

118 Steve Atkins (Louisville. 9/16/78) 

118 Mark Mason (Pittsburgh, 10/5/91) 



1 18 Allen Williams (Florida St., 1 1/6/93) 

11 7 Art Seymore (Villanova, 9/12/70) 

117 Louis Carter (VMI, 9/23/72) 

117 Jamie Franklin (Cincinnati, 1 1 /8/75) 

116 Ron Waller (Missouri, 11/25/54) 

116 Steve Atkins (Duke, 10/22/77) 

116 Willie Joyner (Virginia, 10/1/83) 

116 MarkMason (Virginia, 11/17/90) 

116 Bruce Perry (North Carolina, 9/1/01) 

115 Chet Hanulak (Georgia, 1 1/1 1/52) 

115 Al Neville (Wake Forest, 10/7/72) 

115 Randall Jones (Duke, 11/14/98) 

114 Jim Joyce (Texas, 9/26/59) 

114 Art Seymore (NC State, 9/18/71) 

1 14 Brian Underwood (Temple, 9/27/97) 

114 LaMont Jordan (Florida State, 9/28/00) 

113 Chet Hanulak (Missouri, 9/19/53) 

113 Alvin Maddox (NC State, 10/1/77) 

113 Willie Joyner (Syracuse, 1 0/8/83) 

113 Tommy Neal (Clemson, 11/17/84) 

112 Buddy Rodgers (West Virginia, 9/16/95) 

112 Mukala Sikyala (Wake Forest, 10/21/00) 

111 Ralph Felton (Auburn, 9/27/52) 

111 Ed Vereb (So. Carolina, 1 1/29/55) 

111 Billy Lovett (Virginia, 11/23/68) 

111 Art Seymore (So. Carolina, 10/17/70) 

1 1 1 Willie Joyner (NC State, 9/25/82) 

110 Louis Carter (NC State, 10/13/73) 

110 Steve Atkins (Tulane, 9/9/78) 

110 John Nash (No. Carolina, 10/31/81) 

109 Bob Shemonski (Virginia Tech, 12/2/50) 

109 Jerry Fishman (Wake, 10/26/63) 

108 Dennis Condie(SMU, 9/23/61) 

107 Ed Fullerton (Navy, 10/18/52) 

107 Chet Hanulak (Georgia, 10/10/53) 

107 Buddy Rodgers (Tulane, 9/2/95) 

106 Charlie Wysocki (Clemson.il/15/80) 

106 Buddy Rodgers (Wake Forest, 10/19/96) 

105 Ricky Jennings (Duke, 11/16/74) 

105 Jamie Franklin (Virginia, 11/22/75) 

105 Tim Wilson (Villanova, 10/2/76) 

105 Rick Johnson (Duke, 10/22/88) 

105 Shaun Hill (Duke, 10/20/01) 

104 Steve Atkins (Wake Forest, 10/21/78) 

104 Tim Whittie (Duke, 10/27/79) 

1 04 John Nash (NC State, 9/26/81 ) 

104 Rick Badanjek (Wake Forest, 9/29/84) 

104 Alvin Blount (Virginia, 11/24/84) 

104 BrenLowery (Virginia, 11/28/86) 

1 03 Bob Shemonski (Virginia Tech, 1 2/2/50) 

103 John Nash (Virginia, 11/21/81) 

103 Mark Mason (Va.Tech, 9/25/93) 

103 Allen Williams (Georgia Tech, 10/22/94) 

103 Buddy Rodgers (Duke, 9/23/95) 

102 Ed Modzelewski (Missouri, 11/3/51) 

102 Dick Bielski (No. Carolina, 10/16/54) 

1 02 Steve Atkins (Syracuse, 1 0/1 4/78) 

102 Tim O'Hare (Virginia, 11/1 1/78) 

102 Mark Mason (Penn State, 9/26/92) 

102 Frank Wycheck (No. Carolina, 10/31/92) 

102 Louis Carter (Penn St., 11/2/74) 

102 LaMont Jordan (Georgia Tech, 10/31/98) 

101 Tom Miller (Duke, 10/18/69) 

101 Tom Miller (VMI, 10/30/71) 

101 LaMont Jordan (NC State, 11/4/00) 

101 LaMont Jordan (No. Carolina, 1 1/1 1/00) 

100 Allen Williams (Tulane, 10/29/94) 

100 Charlie Wysocki (Vanderbilt, 9/12/81) 



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Passing Attempts 

Career-982, Scott Milanovich, 1 992-95 
Season-482,John Kaleo, 1992 

Sr.-482,JohnKaleo,1992 

Jr.-353, Dan Henning, 1986 

So.-43 1 , Scott Milanovich, 1 993 

Fr.-179,Calvin McCall, 1999 
Game-62, Scott Milanovich vs. Florida St., 1995 

Passing Completions 

Career-650, Scott Milanovich, 1992-95 

Season-286,John Kaleo, 1992 
Sr.-286,John Kaleo, 1992 
Jr.-229, Scott Milanovich, 1994 
SO.-279, Scott Milanovich, 1 993 
Fr.-93, Calvin McCall, 1999 

Game-46, Scott Milanovich vs. Florida St., 1995 

Passing Yardage 

Career-7,301, Scott Milanovich, 1992-95 
Season-3,499, Scott Milanovich, 1 993 
Sr.-3,392,John Kaleo, 1992 
Jr.-2,725, Dan Henning, 1986 
So.-3,499, Scott Milanovich, 1993 
Fr.- 1 ,264, Calvin McCal 1, 1 999 
Game-498, Scott Milanovich vs. Va. Tech, 1993 



Passing Completion Percentage 

Career (min. 200 att.)-.662, Scott Milanovich (650 of 982), 
1992-95 

Season (min. 125 att.)-.688, Scott Milanovich (229 of 333), 
1994 

Sr.-.665, Scott Milanovich (125 of 188), 1995 
Jr.-.688, Scott Milanovich (229 of 333), 1 994 
So-647, Scott Milanovich (279 of 431 ), 1 993 
Fr.-.520, Calvin McCall (93 of 179), 1999 

Game (min. 10 att.)-.909, Bob Avellini (10-11) vs. Duke, 
1974 

Passing Efficiency Rating Points 

Career (min. 200 att.)-1 40.06, Frank Reich, 1 982-84 
Season (min. 125 att.)-147.43, Frank Reich, 1984 

Sr.-1 47.43, Frank Reich, 1 984 

Jr.— 1 43.57, Scott Milanovich, 1994 

So.-144.48, Scott Milanovich, 1993 

Fr.-l 17.10, Calvin McCall, 1999 

Passing Touchdowns 

Career-49, Scott Milanovich, 1992-95 
Season-26, Scott Milanovich, 1 993 

Sr.-17,John Kaleo, 1992 

Jr.-20, Scott Milanovich, 1994 

So.-26, Scott Milanovich, 1 993 



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, 1 992 

400-Yard Passing Games 

Career-5, Scott Milanovich, 1992-95 
Season-5, Scott Milanovich, 1993 
Consecutive-3, Scott Milanovich, 1993 

300-Yard Passing Games 

Career-lO.Scott Milanovich, 1992-95 
Season-5, Scott Milanovich, 1 993 
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. W. Virginia, 1993 
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Passing Attempts - Career 

1 . Scott Milanovich, 1992-95 982 

2. Boomer Esiason, 1981-83 850 

3. Neil O'Donnell, 1987-89 658 

4. Dan Henning, 1985-87 641 

5. Brian Cummings, 1994-97 594 

6. John Kaleo, 1991 -92 537 

7. Dick Shiner, 1961-63 536 

8. Scott Zolak, 1988-90 509 

9. Shaun Hill, 2000-01 455 

10. Stan Gelbaugh, 1981-85 454 

11. Al Neville, 1971-73 402 

12. Bob Avellini, 1972-74 394 

13. Calvin McCall, 1999-2000 378 

14. Alan Pastrana, 1965-68 367 

15. Mike Tice, 1977-80 331 

16. Jim Sandwisch, 1988-91 315 

17. Phil Petry, 1964-66 309 

18. Larry Dick, 1973-77 306 

19. Jeff Shugars, 1969-70 289 

20. Mark Manges, 1974-77 287 

Passing Attempts - Season 

1. John Kaleo (Sr.), 1992 482 

2. Scott Milanovich (So.), 1993 431 

3. Scott Zolak (Sr.), 1990 418 

4. Dan Henning (Jr.), 1986 353 

5. Scott Milanovich (Jr.), 1994 333 

6. Shaun Hill (Sr.), 2001 329 

7. Boomer Esiason (Jr.), 1982 314 

8. Stan Gelbaugh (Sr.), 1985 31 1 

9. Boomer Esiason (Sr), I9i 294 

10 Jim Sandwisch (Sr.), 1991 291 

11 Dan Henning (Sr.), 1987 287 

inn ll '.r 1,1989 280 

II (Ji 1,1988 267 

• ummings(Sr.),1997 255 




Boomer Esiason (So.), 1981 242 

Dick Shiner (Sr.), 1963 222 

Al Neville (So.), 1971 204 

Dick Shiner (Jr.), 1962 203 

Calvin McCall (So.), 2000 199 

Alan Pastrana (Jr.), 1966 195 



Passing Attempts - Game 



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Scott Milanovich vs. Florida St., 1995 62 

John Kaleo vs. No. Carolina, 1992 58 

Scott Milanovich vs. Va. Tech, 1993 57 

John Kaleo vs. NC State, 1992 56 

Scott Milanovich vs. Wake Forest, 1993 55 

Scott Milanovich vs. W.Virginia, 1993 54 

Dan Henning vs. NC State, 1986 54 

Scott Milanovich vs. Ga. Tech, 1995 51 

Scott Milanovich vs. Virginia, 1994 51 

Scott Milanovich vs. No. Carolina, 1993 50 



Scoff Milanovich holds or shares i I Maryland passing 
records, including career marks for attempts, completions, 
yards and completion percentage. 



Passing Completions - Career 

1. Scott Milanovich, 1992-95 650 

2. Boomer Esiason, 1981-83 461 

3. Neil O'Donnell, 1987-89 387 

4. Dan Henning, 1985-87 353 

5. Brian Cummings, 1994-97 344 

6. John Kaleo, 1991-92 305 

7. Dick Shiner, 1961-63 287 

8 Shaun Hill , 2000-01 270 

Scott Zolak, 1988-90 270 

10. Stan Gelbaugh, 1981-85 251 

11. Bob Avellini, 1972-74 231 

12. Al Neville, 1971-73 217 

13. Calvin McCall, 1999-2000 198 

14. Alan Pastrana, 1965-68 183 

15. Larry Dick, 1973-77 180 

16. Mike Tice, 1977-80 166 

17. Mark Manges, 1974-77 155 



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passing yards, completions and attempts. 

17. Jim Sandwisch, 1988-91 154 

18. Phil Petry, 1964-66 141 

19. Frank Reich, 1982-84 132 

20. Dale Betty, 1958-60 127 

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John Kaleo (Sr.), 1992 286 

Scon Milanovich (So.), 1993 279 

Scott Milanovich (Jr.), 1994 229 

Scott Zolak (Sr), 1990 225 

Shaun Hill (Sr.),2001 197 

DanHenning(Jr.),1986 196 

Boomer Esiason (Jr.), 1982 176 

Stan Gelbaugh (Sr.), 1985 166 

9. Boomer Esiason (Sr), 1983 163 

10. Neil O'Donnell (Jr.), 1988 160 

11. Dan Henning (Sr.), 1987 157 

12. Neil O'Donnell (Sr), 1989 156 

13. Brian Cummings (Sr.), 1997 154 

14. Jim Sandwisch (Sr.), 1991 142 

15. Scott Milanovich (Sr.), 1995 125 

16. Boomer Esiason (So.), 1981 122 

1 7. Dick Shiner (Jr.), 1962 121 

18. Bob Avellini (Sr), 1974 112 

19. Dick Shiner (Sr.), 1963 108 

Frank Reich (Sr.), 1984 108 

Passing Completions - Game 

1 . Scott Milanovich vs. Florida St., 1995 46 

2. Scott Milanovich vs. Wake Forest, 1993 37 

3. Scott Milanovich vs. Syracuse, 1994 35 

Scon Milanovich vs. W.Virginia, 1993 35 

5. Scott Milanovich vs. No. Carolina, 1993 34 

6. Scon Milanovich vs. Wake Forest, 1995 32 

Scott Milanovich vs. Virginia, 1994 32 

Scott Milanovich vs. NC State, 1994 32 

John Kaleo vs. Virginia, 1992 32 

10. John Kaleo vs. No. Carolina, 1992 31 




Passing Yards - Career 

1, Scott Milanovich, 1992-95 ... 7,301 

2. Boomer Esiason, 1981-83 6,259 

j, Neil O'Donnell, 1987-89 4,989 

4. Dan Henning, 1985 87 4,560 

5. Brian Cummings, 1994-97 4,080 

6. John Kaleo, 1991-92 3,660 

7. Stan Gelbaugh, 1981-85 3,659 

8. Dick Shiner, 1961-63 3.410 

9. Bob Avellini, 1972-74 3,222 

10. Shaun Hill, 2000-01 3,159 

11 Scott Zolak, 1988-90 3,124 

12. Calvin McCall, 1999-2000 2,797 

13. Larry Dick, 1973-77 2,601 

14. Alan Pastrana, 1965-68 2,552 

15. Al Neville, 1971-73 2,493 

16. Jack Scarbath, 1950-52 2,287 

17. Mark Manges, 1974-77 2,147 

18. Mike Tice, 1977-80 2,052 

19. Frank Reich, 1982-84 1,704 

20. Jim Sandwisch, 1988-91 1,636 

Passing Yards - Season 

1 . Scott Milanovich (So.), 1993 3,499 

2. John Kaleo (Sr.), 1992 3,392 

3. Dan Henning (Jr.), 1986 2,725 

4. Scott Zolak (Sr), 1990 2,589 

5. Stan Gelbaugh (Sr.), 1985 2,475 

6. Scott Milanovich (Jr.), 1994 2,394 

7. Shaun Hill (Sr.), 2001 2,380 

8. Boomer Esiason (Sr.), 1983 2,322 

9. Boomer Esiason (Jr.), 1982 2,302 

10. Neil O'Donnell (Sr.), 1989 2,103 

11. Neil O'Donnell (Jr.), 1988 1,973 

1 2. Dan Henning (Sr.), 1987 1,835 

13. Brian Cummings (Sr), 1997 1,760 

14. Bob Avellini (Sr.), 1974 1,648 

15. Boomer Esiason (So.), 1981 1,635 

16. Calvin McCall (So.),2000 1,533 

17. Jim Sandwisch (Sr.), 1991 1,499 

Alan Pastrana (Jr.), 1966 1,499 

19. Frank Reich (Sr), 1984 1,446 

20. Tim O'Hare (Sr.), 1978 1,388 

Passing Yards - Game 

1. Scott Milanovich vs. Va. Tech, 1993 498 

2. Scott Milanovich vs. W.Virginia, 1993 451 

3. John Kaleo vs.Clemson, 1992 418 

4. Scott Milanovich vs. Wake Forest, 1993 416 

5. John Kaleo vs. Pittsburgh, 1992 415 

6. Scott Milanovich vs. Duke, 1993 414 

7. Scott Milanovich vs. No. Carolina, 1993 405 

John Kaleo vs. Wake Forest, 1 992 405 

9. Scott Milanovich vs. Florida St., 1995 380 

10. John Kaleo vs. Duke, 1992 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 Milanovirl 

2. Dan Henning, 1985-87 

3. John Kaleo, 1991-92 

4. StanGelbaugh, 1981 85 

5. Scott Zolak, 1988-90 

Bob Avellini, 1972-74 2 

300-Yard Passing Games - Season 

1. Scott Milanovich (So.), 1993 5 

2. John Kaleo (Sr.), 1992) 4 

Dan Henning (Jr.), 1986 4 

4. Scott Milanovich (Jr.), 1994 3 

5. Scott Milanovich (Sr), 1995 2 

Stan Gelbaugh (Sr.), 1985 2 

Passing Completion Pet - Career 

Minimum 200 Passing Attempts 

1. Scott Milanovich, 1992-95 662 

2. Frank Reich, 1982-84 629 

3. Shaun Hill, 2000-01 593 

4. Larry Dick, 1975-77 5882 

5. Neil O'Donnell, 1987-89 5881 

6. Bob Avellini, 1972-74 586 

7. Dale Betty, 1958-60 583 

8. Brian Cummings, 1994-97 579 

9. John Kaleo, 1991-92 568 

10. StanGelbaugh, 1981-85 553 

11. Dan Henning, 1985-87 551 

12. Boomer Esiason, 1981-83 542 

13. Mark Manges, 1974-77 5400 

14. Al Neville, 1971-73 5398 

15 Dick Shiner, 1961-63 535 

16. Scott Zolak, 1988-90 530 

17. Calvin McCall, 1999-2000 524 

18. Richard Novak, 1959-61 5023 

19. Mike Tice, 1977-80 5015 

20. Alan Pastrana, 1965-68 499 

Passing Completion Pet. - Season 

Minimum 12S 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 5992 

9. Shaun Hill (Sr.),2001 5987 

10. Dick Shiner (Jr.), 1962 5% 

1 1 . John Kaleo (Sr.), 1992 5933 

1 2. Bob Avellini (Sr.), 1974 5926 

13. Brian Cummings (So.), 1995 590 

14. Stan Gelbaugh (Jr.), 1984 586 

15. Mark Manges (Jr.), 1976 583 

16. Bob Avellini (So.), 1972 576 

17. Larry Dick (So.), 1975 570 

18. Boomer Esiason (Jr.), 1982 561 

19. Neil O'Donnell (Sr.), 1989 557 

20. Dan Henning (Jr.), 1986 555 




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Pass Completion Pet - Game 

Minimum 10 Passing Attempts 

1. Bob Aveilini (10-11) vs.Ouke, 1974 909 

2. S. Milanovich (32-37) vs. NC State, 1 994 865 

3. S. Milanovich (20-24) vs. NC State, 1 995 833 

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, 1 993 786 

8. Scott Zolak (14-18) vs.Wake Forest, 1990 777 

Dick Shiner (14-18) vs. No. Carolina, 1962 777 

10. S.Milanovich (46-62) vs. Florida St., 1995 742 

Pass Efficiency Rating - Career 

Minimum 200 Passing Attempts 

1. Frank Reich, 1982-84 140.06 

2. Jack Scarbath, 1950-52 139.12 

3. Scott Milanovich, 1992-95 137.98 

4. Larry Dick, 1975-77 135.09 

5. Stan Gelbaugh, 1981-85 129.59 

6. Neil O'Donnell, 1987-89 129.16 

7. Bob Avellini, 1972-74 127.19 

8. Boomer Esiason, 1981-83 126.04 

9. Shaun Hill, 2000-01 1 25.73 

10. Mark Manges, 1974-77 124.34 

11. Brian Cummings, 1994-97 121.43 

1 2. Dale Betty, 1958-60 120.46 

13. Dan Henning, 1985-87 120.01 

14. Calvin McCall, 1999-2000 117.18 

15. Alan Pastrana, 1965-68 115.33 

16. John Kaleo, 1991-92 1 15.05 

17. Al Neville, 1971-73 108.09 

18. Dick Shiner, 1961-63 106.85 

19. Mike Tice, 1977-80 104.73 

20. Scott Zolak, 1988-90 103.34 

Pass Efficiency Rating - Season 

Minimum 125 Passing Attempts 

1. Frank Reich (Sr), 1984 147.43 

2. Scott Milanovich (So.), 1993 144.48 

3. Scott Milanovich (Jr.), 1994 143.57 

4. Mark Manges (Jr.), 1976 142.07 

5. Larry Dick (Sr.), 1977 139.99 

6. Bob Avellini (Sr.), 1974 138.38 

7. Stan Gelbaugh (Jr.), 1984 1 35.96 

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. Shaun Hill (Sr.), 2001 128.21 

14. Dan Henning (Jr.), 1986 128.16 

15. Neil O'Donnell (Sr.), 1989 127.73 

16. Stan Gelbaugh (Sr.), 1985 127.14 

17. Brian Cummings (Sr.), 1997 126.60 

18. Brian Cummings (So.), 1995 124.53 

19. John Kaleo (Sr.), 1992 120.96 

20. Shaun Hill (Jr.), 2000 119.17 




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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. Shaun Hill, 2000-01 19 

11. John Kaleo, 1991-92 18 

12. Al Neville, 1971-73 17 

13. Vic Turyn, 1947-48 16 

14. Mark Manges, 1974-77 15 

Bob Avellini, 1972-74 15 

Dale Betty, 1958-60 15 

17. Larry Dick, 1973-77 13 

18. Scott Zolak, 1988-90 12 

19. Mike Tice, 1977-80 11 

20. 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. Shaun Hill (Sr.),2001 13 

10. Neil O'Donnell (Jr.), 1988 12 

11. Mark Manges (Jr.), 1976 1 1 

12. Brian Cummings (Sr.), 1997 10 

Scott Zolak (Sr.), 1990 10 

Neil O'Donnell (Sr.),1989 10 

Al Neville (So.), 1971 10 

Dick Shiner (Sr.), 1963 10 

Jack Scarbath (Sr.), 1952 10 

Vic Turyn (Sr.), 1948 10 

19. 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. Ga. Tech, 1994 4 

Scott Milanovich vs. Va. Tech, 1993 4 

Mark Manges vs. Villanova, 1975 4 

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1998 

1999 

2000 

2001 



Player A C 

VicTuryn 59 32 

Vic Turyn 111 45 

Stan Lavine 65 35 

Jack Scarbath 80 32 

Jack Scarbath 67 34 

JackScarbath 113 59 

Bernie Faloney 68 31 

Charlie Boxold 59 23 

Frank Tamburello 58 28 

John Fritsch 52 23 

BobRusevlyan 58 26 

BobRusevlyan 109 59 

Dale Betty 76 39 

Dale Betty 132 82 

Dick Shiner Ill 58 

Dick Shiner 203 121 

DickShiner 222 108 

PhilPetry 162 73 

PhilPetry 135 65 

Alan Pastrana 195 102 

Chuck Drimal 123 54 

Alan Pastrana 172 81 

JeffShugars 114 47 

Jeff Shugars 175 75 

Al Neville 204 107 

Bob Avellini 170 98 

Al Neville 92 51 

Bob Avellini 189 12 

Larry Dick 158 90 

Mark Manges 139 81 

Larry Dick 135 83 

TimO'Hare 192 105 

MikeTice 154 75 

Mike Tice 140 71 

Boomer Esiason 242 122 



Boomer Esiason 314 

Boomer Esiason 294 



Frank Reich 169 108 

Stan Gelbaugh 311 166 

Dan Henning 353 196 

Dan Henning 287 157 

Neil O'Donnell 267 160 

Neil O'Donnell 280 156 

Scott Zolak 418 225 

JimSandwisch 291 142 

John Kaleo 482 286 

Scott Milanovich 431 279 

Scott Milanovich 333 229 

Brian Cummings 166 98 

Brian Cummings 173 92 

Brian Cummings 255 154 

KenMastrole 131 59 

Calvin McCall 179 93 

Calvin McCall 199 105 

Shaun Hill 329 197 



Yds. 

504 

595 

554 

463 

675 

1,149 

599 

525 

497 

219 

297 

657 

552 

796 

921 

1,324 

1,165 

809 

763 

1,499 

669 

1,053 

716 

836 

1,275 

1,251 

554 

1,648 

1,190 

1,145 

1,351 

1,388 

897 

928 

1,635 

2,302 

2,322 

1,446 

2,475 

2,725 

1,835 

1,973 

2,103 

2,589 

1,499 

3,392 

3,499 

2,394 

1,193 

1,127 

1,760 

632 

1,264 

1,533 

2,380 



TD 

6 

10 
6 
4 
8 
10 
5 
6 
4 

3 
2 
9 
6 
7 
4 
10 
5 
3 

17 
1 
6 
3 
3 

10 

7 

4 

7 

8 

11 

5 

4 

5 

5 

9 

18 

15 

9 

15 

15 

9 

12 

10 

10 

6 

17 

26 

20 

8 

7 

10 

1 

5 

5 

13 



Bob Avellini 



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Shaun Hill 




Scott lolak 



Calvin McCall 




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Alan Pastrana 



Al Neville 



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Total Offense Plays Total Offense Yards 



Career- 1 , 1 50, ScotI Milanovich, 1 992-95 

Season-588.John Kaleo, 1992 
Sr.-588, John Kaleo, 1992 
Jr.-418, Dan Henning, 1986 
SO.-522, ScotI Milanovich, 1993 
Fr.-258,CalvinMcCall,1999 



Career- 7, 111, Scott Milanovich, 1992-95 
563500-3,472, John Kaleo, 1992 
Sr.-3,472, John Kateo, 1 992 
Jr.-2,681,Dan Henning, 1986 
So.-3,437, ScotI Milanovich, 1993 
Fr.-l,520,CalvinMcCall,1999 



Touchdowns Responsible For 

Career-53, Scott Milanovich, 1992-95 
Season-29, Srott Milanovich, 1993 

Sr.-22,John Kaleo, 1992 

Jr.-21, Alan Pastrana, 1966 

So.-29, Scott Milanovich, 1993 

Fr.-9, Rick Badanjek, 1982 



Total Offense Plays - Career 

1. Scott Milanovich, 1992-95 1.150 

2. Boomer Esiason, 1981-83 1,006 

3. Neil O'Donnell, 1987-89 854 

4. Brian Cummings, 1994-97 849 

5. 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 

11. Shaun Hill, 2000-01 615 

12. Scott Zolak, 1988-90 588 

13. Louis Carter, 1972-74 586 

14. Al Neville, 1971-73 566 

15. Rick Badanjek, 1982-85 521 

Mark Manges, 1974-77 521 

17. Alan Pastrana, 1965-68 510 

18. Calvin McCall, 1999-2000 509 

| 19. StanGelbaugh, 1981-85 504 

20. Mike Tice, 1977-80 503 

Total Offense Plays - Season 

1. John Kaleo (Sr.), 1992 588 

2. Scott Milanovich (So.), 1 993 522 

3. Scott Zolak (Sr.), 1990 482 

4. Shaun Hill (Sr.), 2001 445 

5. Dan Henning (Jr.), 1986 418 

6. Scott Milanovich (Jr.), 1994 383 

7. Boomer Esiason (Jr.), 1982 369 

8. Neil O'Donnell (Jr.), 1988 361 

9. Neil O'Donnell (Sr.), 1989 357 

10. Brian Cummings (Sr.), 1997 355 

11. Jim Sandwisch (Sr), 1991 354 

12. Stan Gelbaugh (Sr.), 1985 349 

13. Boomer Esiason (Sr), 1983 341 

14. Dan Henning (Sr.), 1987 340 

15. Charlie Wysocki (Jr.), 1980 334 

16. Dick Shiner (Sr.), 1963 314 

17. Boomer Esiason (So.), 1981 296 

18. Dick Shiner (Jr.), 1962 292 

19. Alan Pastrana (Jr.), 1966 287 

20. Al Neville (So.), 1971 286 

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. StanGelbaugh, 1981-85 _ 3,569 

10. Shaun Hill, 2000-01 3,559 

11. Charlie Wysocki, 1978-81 3,317 

12. Bob Avellini, 1972-74 3,285 




John Kaleo holds the record for total plays and total yards in a 
season, set in 1992. 

13. Calvin McCall, 1999-2000 3,1 1 1 

14. Steve Atkins, 1975-78 2,971 

15. Mark Manges, 1974-77 2,962 

16. Jack Scarbath, 1950-52 2,938 

17. Scott Zolak, 1988-90 2,875 

18. Al Neville, 1971-73 2,734 

19. Larry Dick, 1973-77 2,498 

20. Louis Carter, 1972-74 2,476 

Total Offense Yards - Season 

1 . John Kaleo (Sr.), 1992 3,472 

2. Scon Milanovich (So.), 1993 3,437 

3. Shaun Hill (Sr.),2001 2,689 

4. Dan Henning (Jr.), 1986 2,681 

5. Scott Zolak (Sr.), 1990 2,392 

6. Stan Gelbaugh (Sr.), 1985 2,385 

7. Scon Milanovich (Jr.), 1994 2,332 

8. Boomer Esiason (Sr), 1 983 2,290 

9. Boomer Esiason (Jr.), 1982 2,231 

10. Neil O'Donnell (Jr.), 1988 2.139 



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12. 
13. 
14. 
15. 
16. 
17. 
18. 
19. 
20. 



Neil O'Donnell (Sr.), 1989.... 

Dan Henning (Sr), 1987 

LaMont Jordan (Jr.), 1999.... 

Bob Avellini (Sr), 1974 

Brian Cummings (Sr.), 1997. 

Mark Manges (Jr.), 1976 

Calvin McCall (So), 2000 

Boomer Esiason (So.), 1981 . 

Calvin McCall (Fr.), 1999 

Dick Shiner (Jr.), 1962 



059 
782 
692 
689 
621 
593 
591 
560 
520 
426 



Touchdowns Responsible For - Career 

1. Scon Milanovich, 1992-95 53 

2. Rick Badanjek, 1982-85 44 

Boomer Esiason, 1981-83 44 

4. LaMont Jordan, 1997-2000 38 

5. Jack Scarbath, 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. StanGelbaugh, 1981-85 28 

Alan Pastrana, 1965-68 28 

13. Charlie Wysocki, 1978-81 26 

14. Dan Henning, 1985-87 25 

15. John Kaleo, 1991-92 24 

16. Al Neville, 1971-73 23 

1 7. Shaun Hill, 2000-01 21 

Ed Modzelewski, 1949-51 21 

19. Buddy Rodgers, 1994-97 20 

Mark Manges, 1974-77 20 

Ed Vereb, 1953-55 20 

Bob Shemonski, 1949-51 20 

Touchdowns Responsible For - Season 



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20. 



Scott Milanovich (So.), 1993 29 

John Kaleo (Sr). 1992 22 

Alan Pastrana (Jr.), 1966 21 

Shaun Hill (Sr.), 2001 20 

Scon Milanovich (Jr.), 1994 20 

Louis Carter (Jr.), 1973 19 

Boomer Esiason (Jr.), 1982 18 

LaMont Jordan (Jr.), 1999 17 

Boomer Esiason (Sr.), 1983 17 

Dan Henning (Jr.), 1986 16 

Stan Gelbaugh (Sr.), 1985 16 

Ed Vereb (Sr.), 1955 16 

Bob Shemonski, (Jr.), 1950 16 

Neil O'Donnell (Jr.), 1988 15 

Rick Badanjek (Jr.), 1984 15 

Jack Scarbath (Jr.), 1951 15 

Mark Manges (Jr.), 1976 14 

Al Neville (So.), 1971 14 

Dick Shiner (Sr), 1963 14 

Jack Scarbath (Sr.), 1952 13 

Stan Lavine(Sr), 1949 13 

Lu Gambino (Sr.), 1947 13 




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Pass Receptions 

Career-193, Jermaine Lewis, 1992-95 
Season-77,Geroy Simon, 1994 

Sr.-75, Marcus Badgett, 1992 

Jr.-69,Russ Weaver, 1993 

SO.-77, Geroy Simon, 1 994 

Fr.-58, Frank Wycheck, 1990 
Game-16, Geroy Simon vs. Florida St., 1995 

Receiving Yardage 

Career-2,932, Jermaine Lewis, 1 992-95 
Season-1,240, Marcus Badgett, 1992 

Sr.-1 ,240, Marcus Badgett, 1 992 

Jr.— 692, Jermaine Lewis, 1994 

So.-957, Jermaine Lewis, 1993 

Fr.-509, Frank Wycheck, 1990 
Game-25 1 , Marcus Badgett vs. Pittsburgh, 1 992 



Receiving Yards Per Catch 

Career (min. 35 rec.)-1 9.1 5, Billy Van Heusen, 1 965-67 
Season (min. 20 rec.)-2 1 .44, Billy Van Heusen, 1966 

Sr.-1 8.53, Lloyd Colteryahn, 1952 

Jr.-21. 44, Billy Van Heusen, 1966 

So.-19.1 7, Azizuddin Abdur-Ra'oof, 1985 

Fr.-17.52,Azizuddin Abdur-Ra'oof, 1984 

Receiving Touchdowns 

Career-2 1 , Jermaine Lewis, 1 992-95 

Season-9, Jermaine Lewis, 1994; Marcus Badgett, 1992 

Sr.-9, Marcus Badgett, 1992 

Jr.— 9, Jermaine Lewis, 1994 

So.-8, Dan Bungori, 1971 

Fr.-5,Sean Sullivan, 1983 
Game-3, Jermaine Lewis vs. W.Virginia, 1993; James Milling 

vs. No. Carolina, 1986; 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 

1 OO-Yard Receiving Games 

Career- 15, Jermaine Lewis, 1992-95 
Season-5, Marcus Badgett, 1 992 
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 

1. Jermaine Lewis, 1992-95 193 

Geroy Simon, 1993-96 185 

Frank Wycheck, 1990-92 134 

Russ Weaver, 1992-94 120 

Guilian Gary, 1998-2001 113 

Azizuddin Abdur-Ra'oof, 1984-87 108 

Barry Johnson, 1987-90 106 

Ferrell Edmunds, 1984-87 101 

Marcus Badgett, 1989-92 100 

Frank Russell, 1972-74 100 

Greg Hill, 1982-84 97 

Mancel Johnson, 1993-96 94 

Bren Lowery, 1 986-89 89 

Vernon Joines, 1985-88 83 

John Tice, 1979-82 83 

Russell Davis, 1979-83 82 

James Milling, 1984-87 80 

Richie Harris, 1988-92 78 

Dean Richards, 1975-78 77 

Gary Collins, 1959-61 74 



Pass Receptions - Season 



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20 



Geroy Simon (So.), 1994 77 

Marcus Badgett (Sr.), 1992 75 

Russ Weaver (Jr.), 1993 69 

Jermaine Lewis (Sr.), 1995 66 

Frank Wycheck (Fr), 1990 58 

Richie Harris (Sr.), 1992 56 

Geroy Simon (Jr.), 1995 54 

Jermaine Lewis (So.), 1993 52 

Dan Prunzik (Sr.), 1992 52 

Allen Williams (Sr.), 1994 51 

Greg Hill (Sr.), 1984 51 

Guilian Gary (Sr.), 2001 49 

Russ Weaver (Sr.), 1994 47 

Tom Brown (Sr.), 1962 47 

Jermaine Lewis (Jr.), 1994 45 

FrankWycheck(So.),1991 45 

Bren Lowery (So.), 1987 44 

Barry Johnson (Ji 189 43 

DarrylHill(Jr.),196 43 

Andrew Carter (Fr), 41 




Pass Receptions - Game 



Geroy Simon vs. Florida St., 1995 16 

Russ Weaver vs. Wake Forest, 1993 14 

Frank Wycheck vs. Va. Tech, 1990 14 

Jermaine Lewis vs. Ga. Tech, 1995 13 

Frank Wycheck vs. NC State, 1990 1 2 



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, 1 992 ... 
John Tice vs.Clemson, 1982 



Receiving Yardage - Career 

1. Jermaine Lewis, 1992-95 

2. Geroy Simon, 1993-96 

3. Azizuddin Abdur-Ra'oof, 1984-87 

4. Marcus Badgett, 1 989-92 

5. Barry Johnson, 1987-90 

Greg Hill, 1982-84 

Ferrell Edmunds, 1984-87 

Guilian Gary, 1998-2001 

James Milling, 1984-87 

Russell Davis, 1981-83 

Frank Russell, 1972-74 

Vernon Joines, 1985-88 

Mancel Johnson, 1993-96 

Dean Richards, 1975-78 

15. Frank Wycheck, 1990-92 

16. Gary Collins, 1959-61 

17. Russ Weaver, 1992-94 

18. Vince Kinney, 1974-77 

19. Dan Bungori, 1971-73 

20. John Tice, 1979-82 



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059 
895 
748 
721 
721 
641 
552 
446 
408 
344 
253 
240 
194 
183 
182 
096 
044 
970 
949 



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Jermaine Lewis ranks No. 1 in career receptions and career 
receiving yards. 



Receiving Yardage - Season 

1 . Marcus Badgett (Sr.), 1992 1,240 

2. Jermaine Lewis (So.), 1993 957 

3. Jermaine Lewis (Sr.), 1995 937 

4. Geroy Simon (So), 1994 891 

5. Greg Hill (Sr), 1984 820 

6. Guilian Gary (Sr.), 2001 727 

7. Jermaine lewis (Jr.), 1994 692 

8. Barry Johnson (Jr.), 1989 689 

9. Dan Prunzik (Sr), 1992 680 

10. Azizuddin Abdur-Ra'oof (So.), 1985 671 



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Geroy Simon ranks No. 2 in career receptions and career 
receiving yards. 

11. James Milling (Jr.), 1986 650 

12. Barry Johnson (Sr.j, 1990 629 

13. Azizuddin Abdur Ra'oof (Sr.), 1987 617 

14. Russ Weaver (Jr.), 1993 606 

15. Fen-ell Edmunds (Sr.), 1987 603 

16. Lloyd Colteryahn (Sr.), 1952 593 

17. Jason Kremus (Sr.), 1993 576 

18. Dean Richards (Sr), 1978 575 

19. Greg Hill (Jr.), 1983 570 

20. Guilian Gary (Jr.), 2000 568 

Receiving Yardage - Game 

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Marcus Badgett vs. Pittsburgh, 1992 251 

Jermaine Lewis vs. No. Carolina, 1993 250 

James Milling vs. No. Carolina, 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. Wake Forest. 1992 187 

Marcus Badgett vs.Clemson, 1992 184 

Greg Hill vs. Miami, 1984 182 



Yards Per Catch - Career 

Minimum 35 Receptions 

Billy Van Heusen, 1965-67 19.15 

Lloyd Colteryahn, 1950-52 18.56 

James Milling, 1984-87 18.08 

Pete Augsberger, 1948-50 17.76 

Greg Hill, 1982-84 17.74 

Azizuddin Abdur-Ra'oof, 1984-87 17.55 

Marcus Badgett, 1989-92 17.48 

Russell Davis, 1981-83 17.17 

Bobby Collins, 1964-66 17.11 

Jason Kremus, 1990-93 17.00 

Chuck White, 1975-77 16. 

Eric Holder, 1982-85 16.78 

Jermaine Arrington, 1998-99 16.70 

Ferrell Edmunds, 1984-87 16.25 

Barry Johnson, 1987-90 16.24 

Gary Collins, 1959-61 15.97 

Walter White, 1973-74 15.96 

Dan Bungori, 1971-73 15.90 

Vince Kinney, 1974-77 15.82 

Stanley Karnash, 1948-50 15.81 





Marcus Badgett holds the single-game record for receiving 
yards with 25 1, set against Pittsburgh in 1 992. 




Silly Van Heusen holds records for yards per catch in a career 
and season. 

Yards Per Catch - Season 

Minimum 20 Receptions 

1. Billy Van Heusen (Jr.), 1966 21.44 

2. Greg Hill (Jr.), 1983 21.11 

3. James Milling (Jr.), 1986 19.70 

4. Azizuddin Abdur-Ra'oof (So.), 1985 19.17 

5. Russell Davis (So.), 1981 19.15 

6. Lloyd Colteryahn (Sr.), 1952 18.53 

7. Barry Johnson (Sr), 1990 18.50 

8. Bobby Collins (Jr.), 1965 18.48 

9. Jermaine Lewis (So), 1993 18.40 

10. James Milling (Sr.), 1987 18.14 

11. Azizuddin Abdur-Ra'oof (Fr.), 1984 17.52 

12. Ferrell Edmunds (Jr.), 1986 17.50 

13. ChuckWhite(Jr.),1976 17.48 

14. Ferrell Edmunds (Sr.), 1987 17.23 

15. Rick Carlson (Sr.), 1968 17.10 

16. Pete Augsberger (Sr.), 1950 16.88 

17. Marcus Badgett (Sr.), 1992 16.53 

18. Russell Davis (Jr.), 1982 16.48 

19. Dean Richards (Sr.), 1978 16.43 

20. Walter White (Sr.), 1974 16.30 

Receiving Touchdowns - Career 

1. Jermaine Lewis, 1992-95 21 

2. Greg Hill, 1982-84 18 

3. Guilian Gary, 1998-2001 13 

4. Gary Collins, 1959-61 12 

5. Marcus Badgett, 1989-92 1 1 

Barry Johnson, 1987-90 1 1 

7. Mancel Jonnson, 1993-96 10 

Geroy Simon, 1993-96 10 

Azizuddin Abdur-Ra'oof, 1984-87 10 

Ferrell Edmunds, 1984-87 10 

Dan Bungori, 1971-73 10 

12. Vernon Joines, 1985-88 9 

Mike Lewis, 1979-82 9 

14. Russell Davis, 1981-83 8 

Chuck White, 1973-77 8 



Jermaine Lewis 



Geroy Simon 



Russ Weaver 



Guilian Gary Aziz AbdurRa oof Barry Johnson ferrell Edmunds 





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James Milling vs. No. Carolina, 1986 3 

3. 25 players 2 

(last time: Guilian Gary vs. Middle Tennessee, 2000) 




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1. Guilian Gary vs. Georgia Tech, 2000 3 -A^-^W^H L-&£&&CS> 



Year 



200-Yard Receiving Games - Career 



1. Jermaine Lewis, 1992-95 . 

Marcus Badgett, 1989-92. 

3. James Milling, 1984-87.... 



Greg Hill ranki second in career receiving touchdowns with 18 
and had seven IDs in a season on two occasions. 



Walter White, 1973-74 

LouWeidensaul,1950-52.. 

Jason Kremus, 1990-93 

James Milling, 1984-87 

Sean Sullivan, 1983-86 

John Tice, 1979-82 

Billy Van Heusen, 1964-66. 

Darryl Hill, 1963-64 

Tom Brown, 1960-62 

Howie Dare, 1954-57 



Receiving Touchdowns - Season 

1 . Jermaine Lewis (Jr.), 1 994 9 

Marcus Badgett (Sr.), 1992 9 

3. Dan Bungori (So.), 1971 8 

4. Guilian Gary (Jr.), 2000 7 

Jermaine Lewis (So.), 1993 7 

Greg Hill (Jr.), 1983 7 

Greg Hill (So.), 1982 7 

Billy Van Heusen (Jr.), 1966 7 

Darryl Hill (Jr.), 1963 7 

10. Guilian Gary (Sr.),2001 6 

Barry Johnson (Jr.), 1989 6 

James Milling (Jr.), 1986 6 

Don Ratliff (Sr.), 1972 

14. Geroy Simon (So.), 1994 

Jason Kremus (Sr.), 1993 

Vernon Joines (Jr.),1987 

Sean Sullivan (Fr.), 1983 

Russell Davis (Jr.), 1982 

Kim Hoover (Sr.), 1975 

Walter White (Jr.), 1973 

21. 17 players 

(last time: Omar Cheeseboro, 1997) 



200-Yard Receiving Games - Season 

1. Marcus Badgett (Sr.), 1992 2 

Consecutive 200-Yard Receiving Games 

1 . Marcus Badgett (Sr.), 1992 2 

100-Yard Receiving Games - Career 

1. Jermaine Lewis, 1992-95 15 

2. Marcus Badgett, 1989-92 5 

3. Greg Hill, 1982-84 4 

100-Yard Receiving Games - Season 

1 . Marcus Badgett (Sr.), 1 992 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 consecutive 100- 



1956 
1957 
1958 



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 
2001 



Player Rec.-Yds TD 

ElmerWingate 12-145 3 

Elmer Wingate 9-32 3 

Stan Karnash 1 6-245 2 

Pete Augsberger 25-422 2 

Lou Weidensaul 18-249 4 

Lloyd Colteryahn 32-593 4 

ChetHanulak 10-152 

Bill Walker 13-209 1 

Jack Healy 10-182 2 

Howie Dare 1 0-74 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 

Dick Absher 33-382 1 

Billy Van Heusen 25-536 7 

Rick Carlson 24-309 2 

Bernard Demczuk 23-21 5 

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 

Jan Carinci 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 

Jermaine 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 

Guilian Gary 24-257 

Guilian Gary 40-568 7 

Guilian Gary 49-727 6 




Marcus Badgett Frank Russell 



CregHill Mancel Johnson Bren lowery Vernon Joines 



John Tice 



Russell Davis 



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SCORING 



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Most Points Scored 

Career-308, less Alkinson, 1981-84 
Season-102, LaMont Jordan, 1999; 

Rick Badanjek, 1984 

Sr.-96, Ed Vereb, 1955; Lu Gambino, 1947 

Jr.-102, LaMont Jordan, 1999; 
Rick Badanjek, 1984 

So.-87,Jess Atkinson, 1982 

Fr.-89. Nick Novak, 2001 

most Touchdowns 

Career-46, Rick Badanjek, 1982-85 
Season-17, LaMont Jordan, 1999 

Sr.-16, Ed Vereb, 1955; Lu Gambino, 1947 

Jr.- 17, LaMont Jordan, 1999 

So-12, Bruce Perry,2001 

Fr.-9,Rick Badanjek, 1982 

Most Two-Point Conversions 

Career-5, Rick Badan|ek, 1982-85 
Season : Rick Badanjek, 1984 

Most Points Kicking 

Career-308, Jess Atkinson, 1981-84 
Season-89, Nick Novak, 2001 

Sr.-88,Jess Atkinson, 1984 

Jr.-80, Brian Kopka, 1999 

So.-87,Jess Atkinson, 1982 

Fr.-89, Nick Novak, 2001 






Most PATs 

Career- 1 28, Jess Atkinson, 1 981 -84 
Season-41, Nick Novak, 2001 

Sr.-37, Jess Atkinson, 1984 

Jr.— 33, Steve Mike -Mayer, 1973 

So.- 39, Jess Atkinson, 1982 

Fr.-41, Nick Novak, 2001 
Consecutive (Career)-93, Jess Atkinson, 1981-84 
Consecutive (Season)-39, Jess Atkinson, 1982 

Best PAT Percentage 

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; John Hannigan 
(17 of 1 7), 1961; Dan Plocki (16 of 16), 1987;Dan DeArmas 
(15ofl5),l991;BernardoBramson(15of15),1965; 
Ramon Paredes(13 of 13), 1985 
Sr.-1 .000, Dan Plocki (27 of 27), 1988 
Jr.- 1 .000, Jess Atkinson (28 of 28), 1 983 
So.-1 .000, Jess Atkinson (39 of 39), 1982 
Fr.-l .000, Dan Plocki (20 of 20), 1 985 

Most Field Goals Made 

Career-60, Jess Atkinson, 1 981 -84 
Season-17, Dan Plocki, 1988; Jess Atkinson, 1984; Dale 
Castro, 1979 



Sr.-1 7, Dan Plocki, 1988; Jess Atkinson, 1984 

Jr.-17,Dale Castro, 1979 

So.- 16, Jess Atkinson, 1982 

Fr.-16, Nick Novak, 2001 
Game-5, Dale Castro vs. Mississippi St., 1 979 
Consecutive-16, Dale Castro, 1979 

Field Goals Attempted 

Career-82, Jess Atkinson, 1981-84 
Season-26,EdLoncar,1978 

Sr.-26,EdLoncar,1978 

Jr.-24, Steve Mike-Mayer, 1973 

So.-22,JessAtkinson,1982; 
Steve Mike-Mayer, 1972 

Fr.-25, Nick Novak, 2001 
Game-5, Dan Plocki vs. W.Virginia, 1985; Dale Castro vs. 

Mississippi St., 1979 

Held Goal Percentage 

Career (min. 20 a tt.)-. 778, Joe O'Donnell (28 of 36), 

1994-96 
Season (min. 1 2 att.)-850, Jess Atkinson ( 1 7 of 20), 1984 

Sr.-.850, Jess Atkinson (1 7 of 20), 1984 

Jr.- .809, Dale Castro (17 of 21), 1979 

S0.-.786, Dan Plocki (1 1 of 14), 1986 

Fr.- 846, Dan Plocki (1 1 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 






Points Scored - Career 

1. Jess Atkinson, 1981-84 308 

Rick Badanjek, 1982-85 286 

Dan Plocki. 1985-88 233 

LaMont Jordan, 1997-2000 222 

Brian Kopka, 1997-2000 218 

Steve Mike-Mayer, 1972-74 203 

Steve Atkins, 1975-78 192 

8. Louis Carter, 1972-74 162 

9. Jermaine Lewis, 1992-95 1 58 

Dan DeArmas, 1988-91 158 

Charlie Wysocki, 1978-81 158 

12. Joe O'Donnell, 1994-96 148 

Buddy Rodgers, 1994-97 136 

Ed Modzelewski, 1949-51 132 

Dale Castro, 1979-80 121 

Ed Vereb, 1953-55 120 



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17. Ed Loncar, 1976-78 118 

18. Tommy Neal, 1983-86 116 

19. Mike Sochko, 1975-77 115 

Bob Shemonski, 1949-51 115 



Points Scored - Season 

I. LaMont Jordan (Jr.), 1999 102 

Rick Badanjek (Jr.), 1984 102 

3. Bob Shemonski (Jr.), 1950 97 

4. EdVereb(Sr.),1955 96 

Lu Gambino (Sr.), 1947 96 

6. Nick Novak (Fr.), 2001 89 

7. Jess Atkinson (Sr.), 1984 88 

8. Jess Atkinson (So.), 1982 *. 87 

9. Louis Carter (Jr.), 1973 84 

10. Brian Kopka (Jr.), 1999 80 

II. Steve Mike-Mayer (Sr), 1974 79 




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points. 



12. Dan Plocki (Sr), 1988 78 

13. Jess Atkinson (Jr.), 1983 73 

Ed Loncar (Sr.), 1978 73 

15. Bruce Perry (So.), 2001 72 

Rick Badanjek (Sr.), 1985 72 

1 7. Dale Castro (Jr.), 1979 70 

18. Steve Mike-Mayer (Jr.), 1973 69 

19. Mike Sochko (So.), 1975 67 

20. 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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Nick Novak (Fr.),2001 89 

Jess Atkinson (Sr.), 1984 88 

Jess Atkinson (So.), 1982 87 

Brian Kopka (Jr.), 1999 80 

Steve Mike-Mayer (Sr.), 1974 79 

Dan Plocki (Sr.), 1988 78 

Jess Atkinson (Jr.), 1983 73 

Ed Loncar (Sr.), 1978 73 

Dale Castro (Jr.), 1 979 70 

Steve Mike-Mayer (Jr.), 1973 69 



Most PATs - Career 



Rick Badanjek holds the record for most career touchdowns (46). 

Touchdowns Scored - Season 

1. LaMontJordan(Jr.),1999 17 

2. Rick Badanjek (Jr.), 1984 16 

Ed Vereb (Sr.), 1 955 1 6 

Bob Shemonski (Jr.), 1950 16 

Lu Gambino (Sr.), 1947 16 

6. Louis Carter (Jr.), 1973 14 

7. Bruce Perry (So.), 2001 12 

Rick Badanjek (Sr.), 1985 12 

9. LaMont Jordan (Sr.), 2000 1 1 

Charlie Wysocki (Jr.), 1980 1 1 

Steve Atkins (Sr.), 1978 1 1 

Ed Modzelewski (Sr.), 1951 11 

13. Marc Riley (Sr.), 2001 10 

14. Jermaine Lewis (Jr.), 1994 9 

Marcus Badgett (Sr.), 1992 9 

Rick Badanjek (So.), 1983 

Rick Badanjek (Fr.), 1982 9 

Alvin Maddox (Sr.), 1978 

Steve Atkins (Jr.), 1977 9 

John Schultz (Jr.), 1974 9 

Bernie Faloney (Sr.), 1953 9 

22. Ricky Johnson (Sr.), 1 989 

Mike Beasley (So.), 1988 

Tommy Neal (Sr.), 1986 

Alvin Blount (So.), 1984 

Charlie Wysocki (So.), 1979 

Most Points Kicking - Career 



Jess Atkinson, 1981-84 128 

Brian Kopka, 1997-2000 92 

Dan Plocki, 1985-88 92 

Steve Mike-Mayer, 1 972-74 92 

Joe O'Donnell, 1994-96 64 

Don Decker, 1951-53 63 

Bob Dean, 1948-50 63 

Dan DeArmas, 1988-91 62 

Mike Sochko, 1975-77 58 

Bernardo Bramson, 1964-66 56 



Most PATs - Season 

1. Nick Novak (Fr.), 2001 41 

2 Jess Atkinson (So.), 1982 39 

3. Jess Atkinson (Sr.), 1984 37 

Don Decker (So.), 1 951 37 

5. Steve Mike-Mayer (Sr.), 1974 34 



6. Joe O'Donnell (So.), 1994 33 

Steve Mike-Mayer (Jr.), 1973 33 

8. Brian Kopka (Jr.), 1999 32 

9. Mike Sochko (So.), 1975 31 

10. Dan Plocki (So.), 1986 29 

11. Jess Atkinson (Jr.), 1 983 28 

Bob Dean (Jr.), 1949 28 

13. Dan Plocki (Sr.), 1988 27 

14. Brian Kopka (Sr.), 2000 26 

Don Decker (Jr.), 1952 26 

16. Ed Loncar (Sr.), 1978 25 

Steve Mike-Mayer (So.), 1972 25 

18. Dan DeArmas (So.), 1989 24 

Jess Atkinson (Fr.), 1981 24 

Kambiz Behbahani (Sr.), 1971 24 

Bernardo Bramson (Sr.),1966 24 

Bob Dean (Sr.), 1950 24 

Most Field Goals Made - Career 

1. Jess Atkinson, 1981-84 60 

2. Dan Plocki, 1985-88 47 

3. Brian Kopka, 1997-2000 42 

4. Steve Mike-Mayer, 1972-74 37 

5. Dan DeArmas, 1988-91 32 

6. Joe O'Donnell, 1994-96 28 

7. Dale Castro, 1979-80 27 

8. Ed Loncar, 1976-78 22 

9. Mike Sochko, 1975-77 19 

10. Bernardo Bramson, 1964-66 18 



10. Bernando Bramson, 1964-66 1 10 



Jess Atkinson, 1981 -84 308 

Dan Plocki, 1985-88 233 

Brian Kopka, 1997-2000 218 

Steve Mike-Mayer, 1972-74 203 

Dan DeArmas, 1988-91 1 58 

Joe O'Donnell, 1994-96 148 

Dale Castro, 1979-80 121 

Ed Loncar, 1976-78 1 18 

Mike Sochko, 1975-77 115 




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Most Field Goals Made - Season 

I. D,in Plocki (Sr.). 1988 17 

Joss Atkinson (Sr.), 1984 17 

Dale Castro (Jr.), 1979 I 

4. Nick Novak (Fr.), 2001 16 

Brian Kopka (Jr.). 1999 16 

Jess Atkinson (So.), 1982 16 

Ed Loncar (Sr). 1978 16 

8. Jess Atkinson (Jr.), 1983 15 

Steve Mike-Mayer (Sr.), 1974 15 

10. Dan OeArmas (Jr.), 1990 14 

I I . 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. Nick Novak (Fr.),2001 25 

Steve Mike-Mayer (Sr.), 1974 25 

4. Steve Mike-Mayer (Jr.), 1973 24 

5. Dan Plocki (Sr.), 1988 22 

Jess Atkinson (So.), 1982 22 

Steve Mike-Mayer (So.). 1972 22 

8. 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 Won many of Maryland's 
kicking and kick-scoring lists. 





Dan Plocki ranks No. 2 in highest career and highest 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(60of82) 

5. Dale Castro, 1979-80 692(27 of39) 

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. Dan Plocki (Fr.), 1985) 846(11 of 13) 

3. Dale Castro (Jr.), 1979 809 (17 of 21) 

4. Jess Atkinson (Jr.), 1983 789 (15 of 19) 

5. Dan Plocki (So.), 1986 786 (1 1 of 14) 

6. Dan DeArmas (Jr.), 1990 778(14of18) 

7. Dan Plocki (Sr.), 1988 773 (17 of 22) 

8. Brian Kopka (Jr.), 1999 762 (16of 21) 

9. Joe O'Donnell (Sr.), 1996 733 (1 1 of 15) 

10. Jess Atkinson (So.), 1982 727 (16 of 22) 



AWA.V Letters? 



Year Player TD 

1947 LuGambino 16 

1948 Harry Bonk 5 

1949 StanLavine 7 

1950 BobShemonski 16 

1951 JackScarbath 7 

1952 ChetHanulak 6 

1953 Bernie Faloney 9 

1954 Dick Bielski 6 

1955 EdVereb 16 

1956 John Fritsch 3 

1957 Howie Dare 4 

1958 John Forbes 6 

1959 Jim Joyce 8 

1960 Gary Collins 4 

1961 JohnHannigan 

1962 Tom Brown 6 

1963 DarrylHill 8 

1964 Bernardo Bramson 

1965 Bernardo Bramson 

1966 Billy Van Heusen 7 

1967 Rick Carlson 2 

1968 Billy Lovett 8 

1969 Paul Fitzpatrick 3 

1970 RobertTucker 3 

ArtSeymore 3 

1971 Kambiz 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 RickBadanjek 16 

1985 RickBadanjek 12 

1986 Dan Plocki 

1987 BrenLowery 7 

1988 Dan 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 Brian Kopka 

1999 LaMont Jordan 17 

2000 LaMont Jordan 11 

2001 Nick Novak 



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Punt Returns 

Career-82, Bob Smith, 1 972-74 


Punt Return Yards 

Career-899, Bob Smith, 1972-74 


Yards Per Punt Return 

Career (min. 20 returns)-l 5.23, Joe Petruzzo, 1950-51 


Season-40, Bob Smith, 1973 


Season-420, Bob Smith, 1973 


Season (min. 12 returns)-21. 23, Joe Petruzzo, 1950 


Sr.-35, Larry Marshall, 1971 


Sr.-375, Larry Marshall, 1971 


Sr.-15.31. Ronnie Waller, 1954 


Jr.-40, Bob Smith, 1973 


Jr.-420, Bob Smith, 1973 


Jr.-14.57, Bob Shemonski, 1950 


So.-35,Guilian Gary, 1999 


So.-312,Guilian Gary, 1999 


So.-21.23,JoePetruzzo,1950 


Fr.-16,Mike Lewis, 1979 


Fr.-l 36, Orlando Strozier, 1993 


Fr.-10.46, Orlando Strozier, 1993 


Game-8, Larry Marshall vs.Villanova, 1971 


Game-146, Bob Shemonski vs. NC State, 1950 


Punt Returns for Touchdown 

Career-3, Bob Smith, 1972-74 

Season-2, Bob Smith, 1973 j 



Punt Returns - Career 

1 . Bob Smith, 1972-74 82 

2. Guilian Gary, 1998-2001 75 

3. Larry Marshall, 1969-71 67 

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, 1 976-80 41 

10. Kenny Roy, 1973-76 40 

1 1 . Bren Lowery, 1 986-89 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.), 1 973 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. SteveTrimble(Sr.),1980 22 

14. Bren Lowery (Sr.), 1989 21 

Kenny Roy (Jr.), 1975 21 

16. Rick Badanjek (So.), 1983 20 

17. Steve Trimble (Jr.), 1979 19 

Kenny Roy (Sr.), 1976 19 

Jim Brechbiel (Sr.), 1975 19 

Bob Smith (Sr.), 1974 19 

Punt Return Yards - Career 

1. Bob Smith, 1972 74 899 

2 Larry Marshall, 1969-71 656 

3 Guilian Gary, 1998-2001 577 

4 Keeta Covington, 1983-86 528 

5 Bob Shemonski, 1949-51 496 

6 )oe Petruzzo, 1950-51 457 

"ipson, 1989-91 356 




Bob Smith holds records for most punt returns and punt 
return yards in a career and season. 

8. Ronnie Waller, 1951-54 349 

9. Bren Lowery, 1986-89 334 

10. Steve Trimble, 1976-80 333 

11. Ken Schroy, 1972-74 316 

12. Jim Davidson, 1959-61 296 

13. Jermaine Lewis, 1992-95 288 

14. Tom Brown, 1960-62 287 

15. Dean Richards, 1975-78 286 

16. Kenny Roy, 1973-76 278 

17. Bobby Collins, 1964-66 275 

18. Rick Badanjek, 1982-85 271 

19. Dick Nolan, 1951 Si 266 

20. Jim LaRue, 1947-49 262 



Punt Return Yards - Season 

1. Bob Smith (Jr.), 1973 420 

2. Bob Shemonski (Jr.), 1950 408 

3. Larry Marshall (Sr.), 1971 375 

4. Guilian Gary (So.), 1999 312 

5. Bob Smith (So.), 1972 308 

6. Joe Petruzzo (So.), 1950 276 

7. Keeta Covington (So.), 1984 274 

8. Mike Hopson (So.), 1990 240 

9. Rick Badanjek (So.), 1983 223 

10. Bren Lowery (Sr.), 1989 213 

11. Jim Brechbiel (Sr.), 1975 206 

Ken Schroy (Sr.), 1974 206 

13. Ronnie Waller (Sr.), 1954 199 

14. Tom Brown (Jr.), 1961 194 

1 5. Dean Richards (Jr.), 1977 192 

Larry Marshall (Jr.), 1970 192 

17. Joe Petruzzo (Jr.), 1951 181 

18. Bob Smith (Sr.), 1974 171 

1 9. Lloyd Burruss (Jr.), 1 978 1 69 

Jim Davidson (Jr.), 1960 169 

Yards Per Punt Return - Career 

Minimum 20 Returns 

1. Joe Petruzzo, 1950-51 15.23 

2. Bob Shemonski, 1949-51 13.78 

3. Ronnie Waller, 1951-54 12.93 

4. Ken Schroy, 1972-74 12.64 

5. John Idzik, 1948-50 12.38 

6. Jermaine Lewis, 1992-95 12.00 

7. Bob Smith, 1972-74 10.96 

8. Jim Brechbiel, 1972-75 10.24 

9. Orlando Strozier, 1993-96 10.042 

10. Rick Badanjek, 1982-85 10.037 

11. Larry Marshall, 1969-71 9.79 

12. Bobby Collins, 1964-66 8.87 

13. Keeta Covington, 1983-86 8.80 

14. Bren Lowery, 1986-89 8.79 

15. Jim Davidson, 1959-61 8.00 

16. Guilian Gary, 1998-2001 7.69 

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 I.' Rttlimi 

I. JoePetruzzo (So), 1950 21.23 

2 RonnieWaller(Sr.),1954 IS.il 

3. Bob Shemonski (Jr.), 1950 14.57 

4. Bob Smith (So.), 1972 13.39 

5. Jermaine Lewis (St.), 1995 12.67 

6. Sam Johnson (Jr.), 1979 1 1.25 

7. Rick Badanjek (So.), 1983 11.15 

8. Jim Brechbiel (St.), 1975 10.84 

9. Latty Marshall (Sr.), 1971 10.71 

10. Joe Petruzzo (Jr.), 1951 10.65 

11 Jim Davidson (Jr.), 1960 10.56 

12. Keeta Covington (So.), 1984 10.54 

13. Bob Smith (Jr.), 1973 10.50 

Geroy Simon (St.), 1996 10.50 

1 5. Orlando Strozier (Ft.), 1993 10.46 




16. Bren Lowery (St.), 1989 10.14 

17. Fred Cooper (Jr.), 1965 9.25 

18. Bob Smith (Sr.), 1974 9.00 

19. Guilan Gaty (So.), 1999 8.91 

20. BobbyCollins(Sr). 1966 8.89 

Punt Ret for Touchdown - Career 

1. Bob Smith, 1972-74 3 

2. Jetmaine lewis, 1992-95 2 

Ronnie Waller, 1951-54 2 

Punt Ret. for Touchdown - Season 

1. Bob Smith (Jr.), 1973 2 

2. 14 players 1 

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Year Player No. Yds Avg. 

1947 Vernon Siebert 8-101 12.62 

1948 JamesLaRue 9-124 13.77 

1949 JamesLaRue 8-138 17.25 

1950 JoePetruzzo 13-276 21.23 

1951 JoePetruzzo 17-181 10.65 

1952 Bernie Faloney 8-109 13.62 

1953 ChetHanulak 10-163 16.30 

1954 RonnieWaller 13-199 15.31 

1955 EdVereb 10-81 8.10 

1956 TedKershner 9-41 4.55 

1957 Howard Dare 10-49 4.90 

1958 BobRusevlyan 3-25 8.33 

1959 Dwayne Fletcher 7-77 11.00 

1960 Jim Davidson 16-169 10.56 

1961 Tom Brown 8-194 24.25 

1962 Kenny Ambrusko 9-167 18.55 

1963 Darryl Hill 16-115 7.18 

1964 Darryl Hill 6-36 6.00 

1965 Fred Cooper 16-148 9.25 

1966 Bobby Collins 18-160 8.89 

1967 Bob Haley 8-125 15.62 

1968 Kenny Dutton 16-107 6.68 

1969 Tony Greene 14-43 3.07 

1970 Larry Marshall 28-192 6.85 

1971 Larry Marshall 35-375 10.71 

1972 Bob Smith 23-308 13.39 

1973 KenSchroy 10-108 10.80 

1974 KenSchroy 11-206 18.72 

1975 JimBrechbiel 19-206 10.84 

1976 Dean Richards 11-94 8.54 

1977 Dean Richards 32-192 6.00 

1978 Lloyd Burruss 25-169 6.76 

1979 Sam Johnson 12-135 11.25 

1980 Steve Trimble 22-164 7.45 

1981 Mike Lewis 24-151 6.29 

1982 Mike Lewis 13-72 5.53 

1983 RickBadanjek 20-223 11.15 

1984 Keeta Covington 26-274 10.54 

1985 Keeta Covington 16-103 6.43 

1986 Mike Anderson 8-124 15.50 

1987 Mike Anderson 8-54 6.75 

1988 BrenLowery 17-121 7.11 

1989 BrenLowery 21-213 10.14 

1990 MikeHopson 34-240 7.05 

1991 MikeHopson 17-116 6.82 

1992 Richie Harris 30-154 5.13 

1993 Orlando Strozier 13-136 10.46 

1994 Jermaine Lewis 9-73 8.11 

1995 Jermaine Lewis 12-152 12.67 

1996 Orlando Strozier 8-88 11.00 

1997 Tony Jackson 12-43 3.58 

1998 GuilianGary 12-99 8.25 

1999 GuilianGary 35-312 8.91 

2000 GuilianGary 13-65 5.00 

2001 GuilianGary 15-101 6.73 



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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, 1 984 

Fr.-l 7, Rich Parson, 2001 

Kickoff Return Yards 

Career-1,520, Keeta Covington, 1983-86 
Season-702, Bren Lowery, 1988 
Sr.-587, Larry Marshall, 1971 

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Kickoff Returns - Career 

1. Keeta Covington, 1983-86 72 

2. Larry Marshall, 1969-71 65 

3. Bren Lowery, 1986-89 51 

4. Chad Scott, 1995-96 49 

5. Louis Carter, 1972-74 45 

6. Lewis Sanders, 1996-99 39 

7. Doug Lawrence, 1989-92 36 

8. Ricky Johnson, 1988-89 35 

9. Jermaine Stewart, 1993-94 33 

10. Jermaine Lewis, 1992-95 32 

Alvin Thomas, 1968-70 32 

Kenny Dutton, 1967-69 32 

13. Allen Williams, 1968-70 30 

14. Mike Anderson, 1986-89 28 

TimQuander,l981-82 28 

16. John King, 1968-69 27 

17. Mark Mason, 1990-93 25 

18. Raphael Wall, 1991-94 24 

Mike Lewis, 1979-82 24 

20. Richard Jennings, 1972-73 23 

Kickoff Returns - Season 

1. Bren Lowery (Jr.), 1988 34 

Allen Williams (Jr.), 1993 30 

Chad Scott (Jr.), 1995 26 

Keeta Covington (So.), 1984 25 

Raphael Wall (So.), 1992 24 

Keeta Covington (Jr.), 1985 24 

Kenny Dutton (So.), 1967 24 

Chad Scott (Sr.), 1996 23 

Doug Lawrence (So.), 1990 23 

Keeta Covington (Sr.), 1986 23 

Tim Quander (Sr.), 1982 23 

Jermaine Stewart (So.), 1994 22 

Larry Marshall (Sr.), 1971 22 

Larry Marshall (So.), 1969 22 

Larry Marshall (Jr.), 1970 21 

Louis Carter (So.), 1972 20 

Lewis Sanders (So.), 1997 19 

Lewis Sanders (Jr.), 1999 18 

Ricky Johnson (Sr.), 1989 18 

Rich Parson (Fr.), 2001 17 

Ricky Johnson (Jr.), 1981 17 

John King (Jr.), 1968 1/ 



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Jr.-702, Bren Lowery, 1988 
So.-527, Raphael Wall, 1992 
Fr.-375, Rich Parson, 2001 
Game-182, Allen Williams vs. Penn State, 1993 

Yards Per Kickoff Return 

Career (min. 20 returns)-26.24, Tom Brown, 1 960-62 
Season (min. 12 returns)-31.00, John Schultz, 1975 
Sr.-31.00, John Schultz, 1975 

Jr.-24.38,Darryl Hill, 1963 
So.-24.21, Lewis Sanders, 1997 
Fr.-22.07,TommyNeal,1983 




Keeta Covington holds the career records for most kickoff 
returns and kickoff return yards. 

Kickoff Return Yards - Career 

1 . Keeta Covington, 1983-86 1,520 

2. Larry Marshall, 1969-71 1,507 

3. Bren Lowery, 1986-89 1,091 

4. Chad Scott, 1995-96 1,083 

5. Louis Carter, 1972-74 1,023 

6. Lewis Sanders, 1996-99 956 

7. Doug Lawrence, 1989-92 714 

Tim Quander, 1981-82 714 

9. Ricky Johnson, 1988-89 672 

10. Jermaine Lewis, 1992-95 667 

11. Alvin Thomas, 1968-70 655 

12. John King, 1968-69 649 

13 Kenny Dutton, 1967-69 634 

14. Allen Williams, 1993-94 621 

15. Richard Jennings, 1972-75 569 



Kickoff Returns for Touchdown 

Career-2, Lewis Sanders, 1996-99; Richard Jennings, 

1972-75;Tom Brown, 1960-62; Dennis Condie, 1959-61 
Season-2, Richard Jennings, 1975; Dennis Condie, 1960 

Longest Kickoff Return for TD 

100, Kenny Ambrusko vs. Navy, 1964; Dick Novak/Dennis 
Condie vs.Virginia, 1960 (Novak returned to the 9-yard 
line, then lateraled to Condie who returned 9 1 yds. for TD) 

Longest Non-Scoring Kickoff Ret 

97, Sammy Johnson vs.Vanderbilt, 1980 



16. Jermaine Stewart, 1993-94 566 

17. Tom Brown, 1960-62 551 

18. Raphael Wall, 1991-94 527 

19. Bob Shemonski, 1949-51 521 

20. Mark Mason, 1990-93 500 

Kickoff Return Yards - Season 

1. Bren Lowery (Jr.), 1988 702 

2. Allen Williams (Jr.), 1993 621 

3. Larry Marshall (Sr.), 1971 587 

4. Keeta Covington (Jr.), 1985 556 

5. Chad Scott (Jr.), 1995 549 

6. Chad Scott (Sr.), 1996 534 

7. Tim Quander (Sr.), 1982 530 

8. Raphael Wall (So.), 1992 527 

9. Keeta Covington (Sr.), 1 986 485 

10. Lewis Sanders (Jr.), 1999 482 

1 1 . Keeta Covington (So.), 1984 479 

12. Larry Marshall (Jr.), 1970 469 

13. Doug Lawrence (So.), 1 990 461 

14. Lewis Sanders (So.), 1997 460 

1 5. Kenny Dutton (So.), 1967 454 

16. Larry Marshall (So.), 1969 451 

17. Louis Carter (So.), 1972 425 

18. Jermaine Stewart (So.), 1994 410 

1 9. John Schultz (Sr.), 1975 403 

20. Ricky Johnson (Jr.), 1988 388 

Yards Per Kickoff Ret - Career 

Minimum 20 Returns 

1. Tom Brown, 1960-62 26.24 

2. Tim Quander, 1981-82 25.50 

3. Bob Shemonski, 1949-51 24.81 

4. Richard Jennings, 1972-75 24.74 

5. Lewis Sanders, 1996-99 24.51 

6. John King, 1968-69 24.04 

7. Larry Marshall, 1969-71 23.18 

8. Louis Carter, 1972-74 22.73 

9. Chad Scott, 1995-96 22.10 

10. Raphael Wall, 1991-94 21.96 

11. Bren Lowery, 1986-89 21.39 

12. Keeta Covington, 1983-86 21.1 1 

13. Jermaine Lewis, 1992-95 20.84 

14. Allen Williams, 1993-94 20.70 

15. Alvin Thomas, 1968-70 20.47 

16. Mark Mason, 1990-93 20.00 

17. Doug Lawrence, 1989-92 19.83 

18. Kenny Dutton, 1967-69 19.81 

19. Ricky Johnson, 1988-89 19.20 

20. Ted Kershner, 1956-58 18.09 



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: kickoff return yards in a season. 

Yards Per Kickoff Ret. - Season 

\Minimum 12 Returns 
1. 
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3 
4 
5. 
16 
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John Schultz (Sr). 1975 31.00 

Lewis Sanders (Jr.). 1999 26.78 

Larry Marshall (Sr.), 1971 26.68 

Oarryl Hill (Jr.), 1963 24.38 

Lewis Sanders (So.), 1997 24.21 

Bren Lowery (Sr), 1989 23.86 

Chad Scon (Sr.), 1996 23.22 

Keeta Covington (Jr.), 1985 23.17 

19. Tim Quander (Sr.), 1982 23.04 

nO. Ricky Johnson (Jr.), 1988 22.82 

111. 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 

|l5. Tommy Neal (Fr.). 1983 22.07 

:16 Rich Parson (Fr.), 2001 22.05 

|l7. RaphaelWall(So.),1992 21.96 

18. AlvinThomas(So.),1968 21.46 

19. Louis Carter (So.), 1972 21.25 

]20. Mike Beasley (Fr.), 1987 21.14 



Kickoff Ret for Touchdown - 
Career 

1. Lewis Sanders, 1996-99 2 

Richard Jennings, 1972-75 2 

Tom Brown, 1960-62 2 

Dennis Condie, 1959-61 2 

Kickoff Ret for Touchdown - 
Season 

1 Richard Jennings (Sr.), 1975 2 

Dennis Condie (Jr.), 1960 2 

3. 14 players 1 

(last time: Lewis Sanders, 98 yards vs. Western Carolina, . 
1999) 





John Schultz holds the record for kickoff return average in a 
season, set in 1975. 



Year Player No. Yds 

1947 LuGambino 

1948 JohnBaroni 5-147 

1949 Vernon Seibert 8-182 

1950 BobShemonski 10-259 

1951 BobShemonski 6-126 

1952 Dick Nolan 6-180 

1953 ChetHanulak 6-131 

1954 RonnieWaller 4-121 

1955 EdVereb 5-114 

1956 TedKershner 9-161 

1957 TedKershner 8-161 

1958 BobGallagher 5-113 

1959 Dwayne Fletcher 8-155 

1960 Dennis Condie 10-352 

1961 Dennis Condie 9-120 

1962 TomBrown 11-284 

1963 DarrylHill 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 1 1-239 

1973 Louis Carter 14-312 

1 974 Louis Carter 1 1 -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 1 7-388 

1989 Bren Lowery 14-334 

1990 Mark Mason 11-254 

1991 Doug Lawrence 12-245 

1992 Jermaine Lewis 10-268 

1993 Allen Williams 30-621 

1994 Jermaine Lewis 10-216 

1995 Chad Scott 26-549 

1996 Chad Scott 23-534 

1997 Lewis Sanders 19-460 

1998 Jermaine Arrington 8-189 

1999 Lewis Sanders 18-482 

2000 Mukala Sikyala 16-364 

2001 Rich Parson 17-375 



Avg. 

24.85 
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 
26.00 
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 
22.05 



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Career-888, LaMont Jordan, 1997-2000 
Season-338, Charlie Wysocki, 1 980 

Sr.-297, Steve Atkins, 1978 

Jr.-338, Charlie Wysocki, 1980 

So.-258, Charlie Wysocki, 1979 
•186,LaMont Jordan, 1997 



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Career-4,960, LaMont Jordan, 1 997-2000 


All-Purpose Yards Per Play 

Career (min. 1 ,000 yds)-2229, Lewis Sanders, 1 996-99 


Season-1 ,840, LaMont Jordan, 1 999 


Season (min.600 yds)-21 .00, Billy Van Heusen, 1 966 


Sr.-1 ,562, Steve Atkins, 1978 


Sr.-18.50, Barry Johnson, 1 990 


Jr.- 1 ,840, LaMont Jordan, 1 999 


Jr.-21.00, Billy Van Heusen, 1966 


So.-1,262, Charlie Wysocki, 1 979 


So.-18.54,Azizuddin Abdur-Ra'oof, 1985 


Fr.-920, LaMont Jordan, 1 997 


Fr.-15.37, Jermaine Lewis, 1992 




All-Purpose Running AtL - Career 

1. LaMont Jordan, 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, 1 986-89 580 

7. Alvin Blount, 1983-86 498 

8. Willie Joyner, 1980-83 491 

9. Billy Lovett, 1966-68 476 

10. Art Seymore, 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 

1 5. Troy Jackson, 1 988-91 359 

16. Alvin Thomas, 1968-70 350 

17. Ricky Johnson, 1 988-89 330 

18. Brian Underwood, 1994-97 329 

19. Richard Jennings, 1972-75 319 

20. Tommy Neal, 1983-86 298 

All-Purpose Running AtL - Season 

1. Charlie Wysocki (Jr.), 1980 338 

2. Steve Atkins (Sr.), 1978 297 

3. LaMont Jordan (Jr.), 1999 285 

4. Bruce Perry (So.), 2001 265 

5. Charlie Wysocki (So.), 1979 258 

6. Louis Carter (Sr.), 1974 255 

7. Louis Carter (Jr.), 1973 244 

8. Art Seymore (So.), 1970 237 

9. LaMontJordan (Sr.),2000 234 

10. Willie Joyner (Sr.), 1983 221 

11. Billy Lovett (Sr.), 1968 220 

12. Bren Lowery (So.), 1987 212 

13. George Scott (So.), 1977 210 

14. Troy Jackson (Jr.), 1990 200 

15. WillieJoyner (Jr.), 1982 194 

16. Rick Badanjek (Jr.), 1984 193 

Tom Hickey (So.), 1964 193 

18. Alvin Blount (Jr.), 1985 189 

19. LaMont Jordan (Fr.), 1997 186 

20. Mark Mason (Sr.), 1993 185 

All-Purpose Running Yards - Career 

LaMont Jordan, 1997-2000 4,960 

Jermaine Lewis, 1992-95 3,950 

Louis Carter, 1972-74 3,704 

Bren Lowery, 1986-89 3,665 

Steve Atkins 1975-78 3,535 



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Rick Badanjek, 
Alvin Blount, 198 j 
Mason, 1990 
loyner,1980 

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.3,519 
. 3,406 
.2.885 
.2,738 
.2,671 
.2,573 




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purpose yards records. 



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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 

1. LaMontJordan (Jr.), 1999 1,840 

2. Bruce Perry (So.),2001 1,718 

3. Steve Atkins (Sr.), 1 978 1 ,562 

4. Louis Carter (Sr.), 1974 1,498 

5. Bob Shemonski (Jr.), 1950 1,427 

6. Charlie Wysocki (Jr.), 1980 1,383 

7. Bren Lowery (Jr.), 1988 1,315 

8. Charlie Wysocki (So.), 1979 1,262 

9. Art Seymore (So.), 1970 1,254 

10. Tom Brown (Sr.), 1962 1,242 

11. Marcus Badgett (Sr.), 1992 1,240 

12. Lu Gambino (Sr.), 1947 1,219 

13. Louis Carter (Jr.), 1973 1,212 

14. LaMontJordan (Sr.), 2000 1,207 

15. Ricky Johnson (Jr.), 1988 1,201 

16. Chet Hanulak (Sr.), 1953 1,178 

17. Jermaine Lewis (Sr.), 1995 1,174 

18. Rick Badanjek (So.), 1983 1,154 

Willie Joyner (Jr.), 1982 1,154 

20. Willie Joyner (Sr.), 1983 1,1 50 

All-Purpose Yards Per Play - Career 

Minimum 1,000 Yards 

1. Lewis Sanders, 1996-99 22.29 

2. Chad Scott, 1995-96 19.25 

3. Jermaine Arrington, 1998-99 18.17 

4. Marcus Badgett, 1989-92 17.58 

5. Greg Hill, 1981-84 17.15 

6. James Milling, 1984-87 16.82 

7. Azizuddin Abdur-Ra'oof, 1984-87 16.72 

8. Russell Davis, 1979-83 16.48 

9. Barry Johnson, 1987-90 16.24 

10. Vince Kinney, 1974-77 16.16 

All-Purpose Yards Per Play - Season 

Minimum 600 Yards 

1 . Billy Van Heusen (Jr.), 1966 21.00 

2. Greg Hill (Jr.), 1983 19.97 

3. Jermaine Arrington (Jr.), 1998 18.62 

4. Tom Brown (Jr.), 1961 18.56 

5. Azizuddin Abdur-Ra'oof (So.), 1985 18.54 

6. Barry Johnson (Sr.), 1990 18.50 

7. James Milling (Jr.), 1986 17.92 

8. Russell Davis (So.), 1981 17.79 

9. Lloyd Colteryahn (Sr.), 1952 17.65 

10. Jermaine Lewis (So.), 1993 17.43 

11. Larry Marshall (Sr.), 1971 17.35 

12. Keeta Covington (Jr.), 1985 16.37 

13. Marcus Badgett (Sr.), 1992 16.32 

14. Barry Johnson (Jr.), 1989 16.02 

15. Greg Hill (Sr.), 1984 15.47 

16. Azizuddin Abdur-Ra'oof (Sr.), 1987 15.45 

17. Jermaine Lewis (Fr.), 1992 15.37 

18. Jermaine Lewis (Jr.), 1994 15.34 

19. Keeta Covington (Sr.), 1986 15.21 

20. Keeta Covington (So.), 1984 14.48 



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Career-268, Dan DeArmas, 1988-91 
Season-90 Dan DeArmas, 1991 


Career-43.9, Brooks Barnard, 1999-present 
Season-44.7, Brooks Barnard, 2000 


Game-12, Steve Adams vs. Florida, 1981 


Sr.-42.2, Phil Wagenheim, 1 974 




Jr.-44. 5, Brooks Barnard, 2001 


Punting Yards 

Career-10,627, Dan DeArmas, 1988-91 
Season-3,615, Dan DeArmas, 1991 


SO.-44.7, Brooks Barnard, 2000 
Fr.-42.1, Brooks Barnard, 1999 
Game-53.8, Brooks Barnard vs. Temple, 2000 




Longest Punt 


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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, 1 984-87 209 

5. Mike Sochko, 1975-77 169 

6. Greg Fries, 1968-70 168 

7. Brooks Barnard, 1999-present 145 

8. Howard Humphries, 1963-65 142 

9. Scon Milanovich, 1992-95 133 

10. Alan Sadler, 1982-83 132 

Total Punts - Game 

1. Steve Adams vs. Florida, 1981 12 

2. Dale Castro vs. Penn St., 1979 1 1 

Dale Castro vs. Kentucky, 1979 1 1 

Mike Sochko vs. Cincinnati, 1975 1 1 

Greg Fries vs.Syracuse, 1969 1 1 

Greg Fries vs. Clemson, 1968 11 

7. Brooks Barnard vs. West Virginia, 2001 10 

Russ Edwards vs. Clemson, 1998 10 

Dan DeArmas vs. Penn St., 1991 10 

Dan DeArmas vs. No. Carolina, 1991 10 

Dan DeArmas vs. Ga.Tech, 1991 10 

Dan DeArmas vs. Ga.Tech, 1990 10 

Dale Castro vs. Penn St., 1978 10 

Mike Sochko vs. Penn St., 1977 10 

Punting Yards - Career 

1 . Dan DeArmas, 1988-91 10,627 

2. Dale Castro, 1 979-80 8,584 

3. Darrell Wright, 1984-87 8,389 

4. Russ Edwards, 1995-98 8,329 

5. Mike Sochko, 1975-77 6,789 

6. Greg Fries, 1968-70 6,696 

7. Brooks Barnard, 1999-present 6,359 

8. Scott Milanovich, 1 992-95 5,509 

9. Howard Humphries, 1963-65 5,290 

10. Alan Sadler, 1982-83 5,125 

Punting Average - Career 

1. Brooks Barnard, 1999-present 43.9 

2. Bill Walker, 1953-55 41.8 

3. Scott Milanovich, 1992-95 41.4 

4. Phil Wagenheim, 1973-74 40.7 

5. Duey Graham, 1970 40.4 

6. Mike Sochko, 1975-77 40.2 

7. Darryl Wright, 1984-87 40.1 

8 Greg Fries, 1968-70 _. 39.9 

9. Dan DeArmas, 1988-91 39.7 

10. Billy Van Heusen, 1965-67 39.6 




Brooks Barnard holds records for punting average in a career, 
season and game. 

Punting Average - Season 

1 . Brooks Barnard (So.), 2000 44.7 

2 Brooks Barnard (Jr.), 2001 44.5 

3. Scon Milanovich (So.), 1993 43.8 

4. Phil Wagenheim (St.), 1974 42.2 

5. Brooks Barnard (Fr), 1999 42.1 

6. Scott Milanovich (Jr.), 1 994 41 .8 

7. Dan DeArmas (So.), 1 989 41 .5 

8. Dale Castro (St.), 1980 40.9 

9. Mike Sochko (Sr), 1977 40.8 

10. Darryl Wright (Sr.), 1987 40.6 

Punting Average - Game 

1. Brooks Barnard vs.Temple, 2000 53.8 

2. Scon Milanovich vs. NC State, 1993 52.7 

3. Scon Milanovich vs. Wake Forest, 1993 52.5 

4. Brooks Barnard vs. Virginia, 2000 51.0 

5. Brooks Barnard vs. North Carolina, 2001 50.4 

6. Brooks Barnard vs. Clemson, 2000 49.8 

7. Scon Milanovich vs. Clemson. 1994 49.0 

8. Brooks Barnard vs.Duke, 1999 48.8 

9. Bemie Faloney vs. Mississippi, 1 952 47.6 

10. Scott Milanovich vs. Virginia, 1993 47 3 

Dan DeArmas vs. Wake Forest, 1990 47.3 



Year Player No.-Yds 

1947 Earl Roth 56-2,090 

1948 EarlRoth 49-1,820 

1949 EarlRoth 46-1,833 

1950 JackTargarona 61-2,213 

1951 Bemie Faloney 27-911 

1952 Bernie Faloney 29-1,137 

1953 Bemie Faloney 19-755 

1954 Frank Tamburello 15-519 

1955 Lynn Beightol 20-701 

1956 John Fritsch 27-1,020 

1957 Ed Cooke 39-1,409 

1958 Bob Layman 22-832 

1959 GaryCollins 32-1,259 

1960 GaryCollins 33-1,156 

1961 GaryCollins 48-1,788 

1962 Don White 22-673 

1963 Howard Humphries 43-1,517 

1964 Howard Humphries 46-1,736 

1965 Howard Humphries 53-2,037 

1966 Billy Van Heusen 46-1,839 

1967 Billy Van Heusen 54-2,118 

1968 Greg Fries 72-2,824 

1969 Greg Fries 72-2,832 

1970 Duey Graham 53-2,140 

1971 John Petronaci 67-2,407 

1972 KenSchroy 48-1,836 

1973 Phil Wagenheim 54-2,125 

1974 Phil Wagenheim 52-2,193 

1975 Mike Sochko 57-2,303 

1976 Mike Sochko 51-1,996 

1977 Mike Sochko 61-2,490 

1978 Dale Castro 66-2,372 

1979 Dale Castro 83-3,1 10 

1980 Dale Castro 75-3,066 

1981 Steve Adams 59-2,298 

1982 Alan Sadler 56-2,163 

1983 Alan Sadler 59-2,326 

1984 Darryl Wright 22-910 

1985 Darryl Wright 55-2,153 

1986 DarrylWright 69-2,771 

1987 DarrylWright 63-2,555 

1988 Dan DeArmas 51-1,882 

1989 Dan DeArmas 57-2,368 

1990 Dan DeArmas 70-2,762 

1991 Dan DeArmas 90-3,615 

1992 David DeArmas 55-1,882 

1993 Scott Milanovich 50-2,189 

1994 Scon Milanovich 51-2,132 

1995 Scon Milanovich 33-1,217 

1 996 Russ Edwards 73-2,663 

1997 Russ Edwards 58-2,204 

1998 Russ Edwards 68-2,693 

1999 Brooks Barnard 42-1,767 

2000 Brooks Barnard 49-2,1 91 

.2001 Brooks Barnard 54-2,401 



Avg. 
37.3 
37.1 
39.8 
36.2 
33.7 
39.2 
39.7 
34.6 
35.0 
38.0 
36.1 
37.8 
39.4 
35.0 
37.3 
30.6 
35.3 
37.7 
38.4 
40.0 
39.2 
39.2 
39.3 
40.4 
35.9 
38.3 
39.4 
42.2 
40.4 
39.1 
40.8 
35.9 
37.5 
40.9 
39.0 
38.6 
39.4 
41.4 
39.2 
40.2 
40.6 
36.9 
41.5 
39.5 
40.2 
34.2 
43.8 
41.8 
36.9 
36.5 
38.0 
39.6 
42.1 
44.7 
44.5/ 




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INTERCEPTIONS 



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So.-140,FrankTamburello, 1954 
Fr.-147,Joe Horning, 1951 
Game- 1 1 1 , Dick Lewis vs. NC State, 1956 



Interceptions 

Career-17,Tom Brown, 1960-62 
Season-10, Bob Sullivan, 1965 
Sr.-lO, Bob Sullivan, 1 965 

jr.-8jom Brown, 1961 Interception Returns for 

So.-7, Bob Smith, 1972 TOUChdOWn 

r.-6, Joe Horning, 1951 Career-2, Bob Haley, 1966-68; Ernie Arizzi, 1 961-63 

Season-2,Bob Haley, 1968 



Game-4, lendell Jones vs. Duke, 1982 



Interception Return Yards 

Career-275,Tom Brown, 1960-62 
Season- 147, Joe Horning, 1951 

Sr.-1 33, Cliff Crosby, 1998 

Jr.-l 12, Bill McFadden, 1981 



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, 1980-83 14 

3. Bob Sullivan, 1962-63 13 

4. A.J. Johnson, 1993-96 12 

Bob Smith, 1972-74 12 

Bernie Faloney, 1951-53 12 

7. Lewis Sanders, 1996-99 10 

Howard Eubanks, 1979-82 10 

Lloyd Burruss, 1976-80 10 

Ralph Lary, 1977-80 10 

Ken Schroy, 1972-74 10 

12. Tony Jackson, 1997-2001 9 

Shawn Forte, 1998-2000 9 

Keeta Covington, 1983-86 9 

Clarence Baldwin, 1981-83 9 

Jim Brechbiel, 1972-75 9 

WallyStalnaker, 1967-69 9 

Joe Horning, 1951-54 9 

19. Chad Scott, 1995-96 8 

Michael Hollis, 1987-90 8 

J.B. Brown, 1985-88 8 

Bill McFadden, 1979-82 8 

Kenny Roy, 1973-76 8 

Bob Shemonski, 1949-51 8 

Interceptions - Season 

1. Bob Sullivan (Sr.), 1965 10 

2. Tom Brown (Jr.), 1961 8 

3. Clarence Baldwin (Sr), 1983 7 

Lendell Jones (Jr.), 1982 7 

Ralph Lary (Jr.), 1979 7 

Bob Smith (So.), 1972 7 

7. Tony Jackson (Sr.), 2001 6 

Lewis Sanders (Jr.), 1999 6 

A.J.Johnson (Jr.), 1995 6 

Keeta Covington (Jr.), 1985 6 

Larry Marshall (Sr.), 1971 6 

Tom Brown (Sr.), 1962 6 

Bernie Faloney (Sr.), 1953 6 

JoeHorning (Fr.), 1951 .... 6 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 
5 

5 

5 



Tony Okanlawon (Sr.), 2001 ... 

Cliff Crosby (Sr.), 1998 

Chad Scott (Sr), 1996 

Jim Brechbiel (So.), 1973 

Tony Greene (Jr.), 1969 

WallyStalnaker (Jr.), 1968 

iireedlove (Jr.), 1958 . 

Il ,.1951 

1949 



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. Randall Jones, 1998-2001 177 

6. Lloyd Burruss, 1976-80 173 

7. Jim LaRue, 1947-49 168 

8. Ernie Arizzi, 1961-63 166 

9. Ken Schroy, 1972-74 165 

10. Frank Tamburello, 1954-55 161 

11. Ralph Lary, 1977-80 160 

12. Joe Petruzzo, 1950-51 143 

13. J.B. Brown, 1985-88 142 

14. WallyStalnaker, 1967-69 138 

15. Shawn Forte, 1998-2000 137 

16. Lewis Sanders, 1996-99 136 

17. Cliff Crosby, 1995-98 133 

18. Larry Marshall, 1969-71 131 

19. Eddie Tomlin, 1988-89 120 

20. Keeta Covington, 1983-86 112 

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. Shawn 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. Randall Jones (Sr), 2001 87 



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Year Player No.-Yds 

\ 1947 John Idzik 5-26 

I 1948 John Idzik 4-16 

1949 Jim La Rue 5-103 

1950 Bob Shemonski 4-40 

1951 Joe Horning 6-147 

1952 Bernie Faloney 3-90 

Dick Nolan 3-13 

1953 Bernie Faloney 6-67 

1954 Frank Tamburello 4-140 

1955 EdVereb 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 

I 1968 Wally Stalnaker 5-71 

I 1969 Tony Greene 5-10 

I 1970 Three players with 2 

I 1971 Larry Marshall 6-131 

I 1972 Bob Smith 7-24 

I 1 973 Jim Brechbiel 5-51 

I 1974 Jim Brechbiel 4-55 

I 1975 Kenny Roy 4-17 

I 1976 John Stanford 4-55 

Kenny Roy 4-11 

I 1977 Lloyd Burruss 3-94 

\ 1978 Lloyd Burruss 3-45 

I 1979 Ralph Lary 7-102 

I 1980 Lloyd Burruss 3-34 

Howard Eubanks 3-8 

I 1981 Lendell Jones 4-15 

Howard Eubanks 4-5 

I 1982 Lendell Jones 7-48 

I 1983 Clarence Baldwin 7-5 

I 1984 EricWilson 2-30 

Chuck Faucette 2-11 

I 1985 Keeta Covington 6-94 

I 1986 Chuck Faucette 3-25 

ChadSydnor 3-18 

1987 J.B. Brown 4-71 

1988 Four players with 2 

1989 Eddie Tomlin 3-120 

Michael Hollis 3-16 

1990 Michael Hollis 3-0 

1991 Andre Vaughn 2-30 

1992 Three players with 2 

1993 Orlando Strozier 4-63 

1994 Wade Inge 3-27 

1995 A.J. Johnson 6-46 

1996 Chad Scon 5-14 

1997 Lewis Sanders 4-99 

1998 Cliff Crosby 5-133 

1999 Lewis Sanders 6-37 

2000 Shawn Forte 4 114 

2001 Tony Jackson 6-6 

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TACKLES/SACKS 






Tackles (since 1 969) 

Career-48 1 , [lie Wilson, 1 98 1 -84 
Season-188, Neal Olkewicz, 1978 
Sr.-188, Neal Olkewicz, 1978 
Jr.- 178, Eric Wilson, 1983 
So.-137,Ratcliff Thomas, 1994 


Sr.-24, Randy White, 1974 
Jr.-28, E.J. Henderson, 1999-present 
So.- 1 7, Aaron Thompson, 1 999 
Fr.-8, Mike Corvino, 1979 

Tackles for Loss Yardage (since 


1 

Jr.-10l,Marlin Van Horn, 1978 
So.-75. Eric Ogbogu, 1995 
Fr.-76, Mike Whaley, 2000 

Sacks (since 1969) 

Career-24, Mike Corvino, 1979-82 


Fr.-136, Mike Corvino, 1979 


1974) 


Season- 1 3, Mark Duda, 1982; Bruce Palmer, 1978 


Tackles for Loss (since 1974) 


Career-206, Mike Corvino, 1979-1982 
Season-122, Randy White, 1974 


Sr.-l 3, Mark Duda, 1982; Bruce Palmer, 1978 
Jr.— 12, Bruce Mesner, 1985 


Career-45, Aaron Thompson, 1998-2001 


Sr.-l 22, Randy White, 1974 


So.-8, Ernie Salley, 1975 


l Season-28, E.J. Henderson, 1999-present 




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Tackles - Career (since iogqi 

1. Eric Wilson, 1981 -84 481 

2. Chuck Faucette, 1983-86 466 

Ratcliff Thomas, 1993-96 424 

Eric Barton, 1995-98 417 

Mike Jarmolowich, 1989-92 414 

8rad Carr, 1974-77 386 

Scott Saylor, 1987-89 382 

8. Bruce Palmer, 1976-78 351 

9. Aaron Thompson, 1998-2001 348 

10. Mike Corvino, 1979-82 347 

11. Ted Klaube, 1975-77 344 



Kevin Walker, 1985-87 330 

Charles Johnson, 1975-78 303 



Tackles - Season (since 1969) 

1. Neal0lkewicz(Sr.),1978 188 

2. Ted Klaube (Sr.), 1977 186 

3. Eric Wilson (Jr.), 1983 178 

4. Harry Walters (Jr.), 1974 1 73 

5. Kevin Walker (Sr.), 1987 172 

6. Eric Wilson (Sr.), 1984 160 

7. Eric Barton (Sr.), 1998 159 

Brian Matera (Sr.), 1979 159 

9. Brad Carr (Jr.), 1976 157 

10. Mike Jarmolowich (Jr.), 1991 153 

11. Chuck Faucette (Sr.), 1986 151 

Bruce Palmer (Sr.), 1978 151 

13. EJ.Henderson (Jr.), 2001 150 

14. Kevin Benson (Sr.), 1975 149 

15. Randy White (Sr.), 1974 147 

16. Chuck Faucette (Jr.), 1985 144 

17. Kendall Ogle (Sr.), 1998 143 

18. Kendall Ogle (Jr.), 1997 138 

Brad Carr (Sr.), 1977 138 

Neal Olkewicz (Jr.), 1977 138 

Tackles For Loss - Career (since 1974) 

1. Aaron Thompson, 1998-2001 45 

2. E.J.Henderson, 1999-present 43 

3. Charles Johnson, 1976-78 37 

4. Mike Corvino, 1979-82 36 

5. Eric Ogbogu. 1994-97 35.5 

6. Al Wallace, 1993-96 32 

7. Delbert Cowsette, 1996-99 31 

8 Gumest Brown, 1979-82 27 

9. Mike Whaley, 2000-01 26 

10. Bruce Mesner, 1983-86 25 

11. Ted Chapman, 1984-86 24 

Chip Garber, 1975-77 f 24 

Ernie Salley, 1974-77 24 

Joe Campbell, 1973-76 24 

Randy White, 1972-74 24 




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Eric Wilson recorded 48 1 tackles in his career, the most of any 
player in school history. 

Tackles For Loss - Season (since 1974) 

1. E.J.Henderson (Jr.),2001 28 

2. Randy White (Sr.), 1974 24 

3. CharlesJohnson(Sr.),1978 18 

4. Aaron Thompson (So.), 1999 17 

Kris Jenkins (Sr.), 2000 17 

Bruce Palmer (Sr), 1978 17 

7. Jack Bradford (Sr.), 1990 16 

Bruce Mesner (Sr), 1985 16 

9. Eric Ogbogu (Jr.), 1996 15 

Eric Hicks (Jr.), 1996 15 

Gumest Brown (Jr.), 1981 15 

Mike Whaley (So.), 2000-01 14 

O'Brien Alston (Sr.), 1987 14 

Mark Duda (Sr.), 1982 14 

Mike Corvino (Jr.), 1981 14 

Marlin Van Horn (Jr.), 1978 14 

Chip Garber (Jr.), 1976 14 



12 



Tackles For Loss Yards - Career (since wi 

1 Mike Corvino, 1979-82 206 

1 Charles Johnson, 1976-78 205 

3. Aaron Thompson, 1998-2001 197 

4. James Shaffer, 1976-79 153 

5. Gumest Brown, 1979-82 149 

6. Eric Ogbogu, 1994-97 143 

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 ismce -m 

1. Randy White (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.), 1 978 81 

9. E.J. Henderson (Jr.), 2001 76 

Mike Whaley (Fr.), 2000 76 

11. Eric Ogbogu (So.), 1995 75 

Jack Bradford (Sr.), 1990 75 




Randy White holds the school record for tackles for loss 

yardage in a season with 122, set in 1 974. I -^i*^ 




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1 

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Mike Corvino holds the record for career sacks with 24. 

Sacks - Career (since 1969) 

1. Mike Corvino, 1979-82 24 

2. Mark Duda, 1979-82 19 

Charles Johnson, 1976-78 19 

Bruce Palmer, 1976-78 19 

5. Eric Ogbogu, 1994-97 18.5 

6. Bruce Mesner, 1983-86 18 

Gurnest Brown, 1979-82 18 

8. Joe Campbell, 1973-76 17 

9. Aaron Thompson, 1998-2001 15 

Jack Bradford, 1987-90 15 

Ernie Salley, 1974-77 15 

Sacks - Season (since 1969) 

I. Mark Duda (Sr.), 1982 13 

Bruce Palmer (Sr.), 1978 13 

3. Bruce Mesner (Jr.), 1985 12 

Charles Johnson (Sr.), 1978 12 

RandyWhite(Sr.),1974 12 

6. Mike Corvino (Jr.), 1981 1 1 

Marlin Van Horn (Sr.), 1979 11 

8. Kris Jenkins (Sr.), 2000 10 

Gurnest Brown (Jr.), 1981 10 

Jack Bradford (Sr), 1990 10 

II. Kris Jenkins (Sr.), 2000 8 

Ernie Salley (So.), 1975 8 



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No. 

.12 



Year Player 

1974 RandyWhite 

1 975 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 MikeCorvino 11 

1982 Mark Duda 13 

1983 James Gross 8< Eric Wilson 4 

1984 Ted Chapman 7 

1985 Bruce Mesner 12 

1986 Kevin Walker 5 

1987 Glenn Page 1 1 

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 &AI Wallace 6 

1996 Eric Ogbogu 7 

1997 Eric Ogbogu 4 

1998 Peter Timmins 5.5 

1999 Delbert Cowsette & Erwyn Lyght 6 

2000 Kris Jenkins 8 

2001 E.J. Henderson 6 



Year Player Tackles 

1 969 John Dyer 99 

1 970 Peter Mania 1 1 3 

1971-73 not available 

1 974 Harry Walters 1 73 

1975 Kevin Benson 149 

1976 Brad Carr 157 

1977 Ted Klaube 186 

1 978 Neal Olkewicz 1 88 

1979 Brian Matera 159 

1980 JoeWilkins 131 

1981 Mike Muller 107 

1 982 Joe Wilkins 1 1 9 

1983 Eric Wilson 178 

1984 Eric Wilson 160 

1985 Chuck Faucette 144 

1986 Chuck Faucette 151 

1987 Kevin Walker 172 

1 988 Scott Saylor 119 

1 989 Glenn Page 1 1 1 

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 EJ. Henderson 109 

2001 E.J. Henderson 1 50 

Year Player No.-Yds 

1974 RandyWhite 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 Brawn 15-74 

1 982 Mark Duda 1 4-94 

1983 Eric Wilson 1 1-35 

1984 Ted Chapman 11-65 

1985 Bruce Mesner 16-86 

1 986 Kevin Walker 8-65 

1987 O'Brien Alston 14-52 

1 988 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 Eric Ogbogu 13-75 

1996 Eric Hicks 15-39 

Eric Ogbogu 15-32 

1997 Eric Barton & Delbert Cowsette 10-37 

1998 Aaron Thompson 9-29 

1999 Aaron Thompson 17-63 

2000 Kris Jenkins 17-57 

V.2001 E.J.Henderson.... .... 28 76. 



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TEAIVI RECORDS 



Victories 

Most Wins 

1976 

1951 

1953 




.11 1 

.10 
.10 1 



1955 
2001 



10 1 
102 



Attendance 

Average Overall Attendance 

1985 52,322 in 12 games 

Total Overall Attendance (includes bowl games) 

1985 627,862 in 12 games 

Average Home Attendance 

1985 49,385 in five games 

Total Home Attendance 

1983 304,953 in seven games 



Scoring 



Largest Margin of Victory 

Game Washington College, 1927 . 

Largest Margin of Defeat 

Game Navy, 1913 



. 80 (80-0) 



76(0 76) 



Most Points Scored 

Season 2001 (11 games) 390 

Game Washington College, 1927 80 

(Maryland 80, Washington College 0) 

Most Points Scored by Opponents 

Season 1979 (1 1 games) 479 

Game Navy, 1913 76 

(Navy 76, Maryland 0) 



I Fewest Points Scored by Opponents 
Season 1953 (10 games) 



.21 



Most Touchdowns Scored 

Season 1951 (9 games) 52 

Game Washington College, 1927 12 

Most Touchdowns Passing 



I Season 
Game 



1993 (11 games) 27 



Wake Forest, 1993 .... 
WestVirginia, 1993 ... 
North Carolina, 1993. 

Clemson,1992 

Villanova, 1975 



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 (1 1 games) 45 (39 kick, 6 pass) 

Game Virginia, 1975 8 

Duke. 1974 8 

Missouri, 1954 ." 8 

Washington College. 1927 8 



Most Safeties Scored 

Game Villanova, 1974 

Georgetown, 1950. 
Delaware, 1947 



Total Offense 

Most Total Offense Yards 

Season 1992 (11 games) ... 
Game Virginia, 1975 



Game Florida State, 1995 62 

.2 

. 2 Most Passes Completed 

. 2 Season 1992 (1 1 games) 304 

Game Florida State 1995 46 



Highest Completion Pet. (Min. 10 att.) 

.5,131 Season 1993 (11 games) 639 

....802 Game NC State, 1995 833 



Fewest Total Yards Gained 

Season 1967 (9 games) 

Game Syracuse, 1959 



Most Total Plays 

Season 1992 (11 games) . 
Game NC State, 1992 



Most Yards Gained Passing, Opponents 

. 2,228 Season 1992 (1 1 games) 2,968 

29 

Fewest Yards Gained Passing, Opponents 

Season 1957 (10 games) 731 

Game Clemson, 1956 -1 



.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 

WestVirginia, 1951 



.680 
.-21 
. -21 



Highest Average Per Rush 

Game Virginia Tech, 1950 .. 

Most First Downs Rushing 

Season 1976(11 games) 

Game Virginia, 1975 



.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 
...0 
...0 



Passing 



Most Yards Gained Passing 

Season 1992 (1 1 games) 

Game WestVirginia, 1993 ... 



. 3,628 
....471 



Most Passes Attempted 

Season 1992 (11 games) . 



.514 



Highest Completion Pet., Opponents 

Season 1988 (11 games) 611 

Most Passes Attempted, Opponents 

Season 1981 (11 games) 445 

Game Wake Forest, 1981 67 

Fewest Passes Completed, Opponents 

Season 1956 (10 games) 88 

Game Kentucky, 1956 0(of3) 

Boston University, 1952 (of 6) 

Delaware, 1948 (of 3) 

Michigan State, 1944 (of 0) 

Syracuse, 1939 (of 5) 

Most First Downs Passing 

Season 1992 (11 games) 165 

Game Wake Forest, 1993 19 

Duke, 1993 19 

WestVirginia, 1993 19 

Penn State, 1992 19 

Fewest First Downs Passing 

Season 1956 (10 games) 29 

1951 (10 games) 29 

Game 13 times 

(last time vs. Wake Forest, 1969) 



10 5 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 Yards 

Season 1 991 ( 1 1 games) 3,61 5 

Game Syracuse, 1936 510 

Highest Punting Avg. 

Season 2001 (11 games) 44.5 

Game Temple,2000 53.8 

Most Punts, Opponents 

Season 1979 (1 1 games) 94 




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Most Total First Downs 

Season 1992 (1 1 games) 288 

Game Clemson, 1984 35 

Virginia, 1975 35 

Fewest Total First Downs 

Season 1966 (10 games) 114 

Game Michigan State, 1944 1 

Most Total First Downs, Opponents 

Season 1993 (11 games) 281 

Fewest Total First Downs, Opponents 

Season 1952 (9 games) 88 

Game Wake Forest, 1973 1 



Penalties 

Most Penalties 

Season 1985(11 games) .... 
1982 (11 games) .... 
Game Virginia Tech, 1950 



Fumbles 

Most Fumbles 

Season 1950 (10 games) 44 (lost 22) 

Game Georgia Tech, 1952 8 (lost 2) 



.18 




Interceptions 



Most Passes Intercepted 

Season 1951 (10 games, including Sugar Bowl) 38 

1951 (9 regular season games) 34 

Game Georgia, 1951 7 

Most Passes Had Intercepted 

Season 1992 (11 games) 23 

1948 (10 games) 23 

Game Pennsylvania, 1941 6 



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 (1 1 games) 99 

Game Miami, 1957 15 

Most Penalty Yards, Opponents 

Season 1992 (11 games) 929 

Game Penn State, 1982 136 

Fewest Penalties, Opponents 

Season 1951 (10 games) 31 

Game Six times 

(last time vs. South Carolina, 1 953) 
Fewest Penalty Yards, Opponents 
Season 1951 (10 games) 263 



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 
Season G W-L-T Total Att. 
2-1 252,205 
308,377 
283,992 
354,797 



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 



10 
10 

9 
11 
10 
11 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 

9 
10 
10 

11 

11 
11 

12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
11 
12 
11 
12 
12 
12 



0-0 
2-0 
1-0 
2-1 
1-0 
7-1 
5-0 
6-0 
5-0 
4-0 
3-0 
4-0 
7-0 
5-0 
6-0 
6-0 
9-0 
8-0 
7-0 
9-0 
9-0 
5-1 
4-0 
4-0 
2-1 
1-0 
4-0 
3-0 
4-0 
4-0 
6-1 
4-0 
4-0 
3-0 
3-0 



and overall since 
Average 
25,221 
30,838 
31,554 
32,254 



1950. Byrd Stadium 
Home W-L-T 



opened Sept. 30, 1950 before 
Home Att. Average 



284,500 25,863 



258,201 
183,747 
259,000 
208,126 
250,500 
274,834 
230,650 
269,300 
270,000 
269,263 
271,427 
255,371 
272,256 
204,566 
327,109 
286,162 
333,223 
445,749 
535,637 
450,672 
427,175 
468,61 1 
418,161 
456,256 
419,914 
508,179 
580,656 
543,675 
627,862 



25,280 
18,374 
25,900 
20,812 
25,050 
27,483 
23,065 
26,930 
27,000 
26,926 
30,158 
25,537 
27,226 
18,597 
29,737 
26,014 
27,768 
37,145 
44,636 
37,556 
35,597 
39,051 
38,015 
38,021 
38,174 
42,348 
48,388 
42,306 
52,322 



3-1-0 
5-0-0 
3-0-0 
5-0-0 
5-0-0 
5-0-0 
0-3-1 
3-2-0 
1-2-0 
4-1-0 
2-2-0 
4-1-0 
4-1-0 
2-3-0 
3-2-0 
1-4-0 
4-1-0 
0-4-0 
2-3-0 
2-3-0 
1-5-0 
2-4-0 
4-1-0 
4-2-0 
5-1-0 
4-1-0 
6-0-0 
4-2-0 
4-1-0 
5-1-0 
5-1-0 
2-2-0 
5-1-0 
5-1 
2-2-0 
4-1-0 



98,383 
137,838 
106,746 
155,000 



24,596 
27,567 
35,582 
31,000 



43,386 fans. Total attendance includes bowl games. 

Season G 

1986 



135,000 27,000 



119,500 
67,000 
104,000 
95,000 
146,000 
132,000 
132,100 
148,500 
138,000 
198,500 
113,500 
146,580 
120,500 
84,927 
110,300 
121,168 
185,023 
227,970 
228,286 
254,156 
235,746 
214,145 
208,037 
217,061 
123,500 
235,950 
278,415 
149,100 
246,925 



23,900 
22,333 
20,800 
23,750 
29,200 
26,400 
26,420 
29,700 
27,600 
39,700 
28,375 
29,316 
24,100 
14,154 
18,383 
24,233 
30,837 
37,995 
45,657 
42,359 
39,291 
42,829 
34,673 
36,177 
30,875 
39,325 
46,403 
37,275 
49,385 



1987 
1988 
1989 
1990 
1991 
1992 
1993 
1994 
1995 
1996 
1997 
1998 
1999 
2000 
2001 



W-L-T 

5-5-1 
4-7-0 
5-6-0 
3-7-1 
6-5-1 
2-9-0 
3-8-0 
2-9-0 
4-7-0 
6-5-0 
5-6-0 
2-9-0 
3-8-0 
5-6-0 
5-6-0 
10-2-0 



Total Att. 

523,654 
471,545 
468,780 
503,959 
570,188 
467,961 
446,067 
421,461 
434,204 
442,449 
501,102 
347,127 
401,470 
410,081 
456,470 
575,604 



Average 

47,605 
42,867 
42,616 
45,814 
47,516 
42,542 
40,551 
38,355 
39,473 
40,222 
45,554 
31,557 
36,497 
37,280 
41,497 
47,967 



Home 

4 
4 
5 
5 
4 
4 
6 
5 
5 
5 
6 
6 
5 
6 
6 
7 



WL-T 

1-3-0 
3-1-0 
3-2-0 
2-3-0 
3-1-0 
1-3-0 
2-4-0 
1-4-0 
3-2-0 
3-2-0 
4-2-0 
1-5-0 
2-3-0 
3-3-0 
4-2-0 
7-0-0 



Home Att. 

175,225 
148,500 
185,995 
169,525 
119,064 
153,373 
168,145 
186,773 
144,812 
210,608 
179,835 
165,349 
141,736 
193,275 
204,775 
304,953 



Average 

43,806 
37,125 
37,199 
33,905 
29,766 
38,343 
28,024 
37,355 
28,962 
42,121 
29,972 
27,558 
28,347 
32,213 
34,129 
43,565 




A packed Byrd Stadium in 1953. 



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YEAR-BY-YEAR OFFENSE 



, 








Rushing 








Passing 








Total 






Pen 




I Keor 


c 


FD 


An. 


Yards 


Avg/Gm 


TDs 


Art. 


Com 


Int. 


Yards 


Avg/Gm 


IDs 


Att. 


Yards 


Avg/Gm. 


turn 


No/Yds 




| 1947 
' 1948 


10 




423 


2242 


224.2 




128 


53 


10 


886 


88.6 


11 


551 


3128 


312.8 


— 


— 




10 


— 


479 


2351 


235.1 


— 


148 


54 


23 


808 


80.8 


12 


627 


3159 


315.9 


— 


— 


1 


1 1949 

1950 

1 1951 


10 


115 


438 


1595 


159.5 


27 


132 


58 


7 


936 


93.6 


9 


570 


2531 


253.1 


26-11 


74/591 


10 


134 


472 


2112 


211.2 


33 


167 


67 


17 


1096 


109.6 


7 


639 


3208 


320.8 


44-22 


75/682 




9 


155 


494 


2921 


324.6 


40 


120 


51 


10 


901 


100.1 


12 


614 


3822 


424.7 


38-24 


57/401.5 




11952 


9 


167 


485 


2079 


231.0 


18 


155 


77 


9 


1316 


146.2 


13 


640 


3395 


377.2 


39-17 


54/424 




1953 


10 


161 


483 


2578 


257.8 


31 


110 


46 


10 


1017 


101.7 


12 


593 


3595 


359.5 


39-24 


— 




I 1954 


10 


149 


425 


2488 


248.8 


31 


111 


44 


8 


901 


90.1 


10 


536 


3329 


332.9 


— 


— 




■ 1955 


10 


143 


516 


1962 


196.2 


21 


112 


48 


12 


838 


83.8 


11 


628 


2800 


280.0 


— 


— 




1956 


10 


129 


503 


1577 


157.7 


9 


135 


58 


14 


612 


61.2 


2 


638 


2189 


218.9 


31-12 


72/694 




1 1957 


10 


115 


470 


1417 


141.7 


12 


146 


51 


12 


599 


59.9 


5 


616 


2016 


201.6 


18-9 


58/556 




.1958 


10 


148 


437 


1360 


136.0 


14 


204 


103 


21 


1270 


127.0 


4 


641 


2620 


262.0 


22-12 


58/503 




1 1959 


10 


144 


474 


1765 


176.5 


13 


185 


81 


15 


1120 


112.0 


13 


659 


2885 


288.5 


20-10 


75/652.5 




11960 


10 


141 


392 


1377 


137.7 


16 


182 


105 


14 


1078 


107.8 


7 


574 


2455 


245.5 


17-7 


47/478 




' 1961 


10 


140 


387 


1231 


123.1 


8 


214 


115 


17 


1464 


146.4 


12 


601 


2695 


269.5 


29-17 


33/330 




{ 1962 


10 


183 


459 


1589 


158.9 


12 


244 


135 


22 


1480 


148.0 


6 


703 


3069 


306.9 


22-11 


40/417 




i 1963 


10 


160 


455 


1405 


140.5 


20 


249 


113 


12 


1246 


124.6 


10 


704 


2651 


265.1 


na-15 


45/405 




1 1964 


10 


158 


477 


1866 


186.6 


15 


197 


86 


10 


941 


94.1 


5 


674 


2807 


280.7 


na-11 


58/524 




1 1965 


10 


142 


410 


1152 


115.2 


10 


235 


119 


16 


1283 


128.3 


6 


645 


2435 


243.5 


na-21 


na/453 




J 1966 


10 


114 


364 


813 


81.3 


8 


215 


110 


16 


1624 


162.4 


17 


579 


2437 


243.7 


na-16 


45/382 




( 1967 


9 


116 


405 


1087 


120.8 


2 


217 


100 


12 


1141 


126.8 


3 


622 


2228 


247.6 


22-12 


38/382 




■ 1968 


10 


175 


534 


1642 


164.2 


13 


218 


97 


16 


1296 


129.6 


7 


752 


2938 


293.8 


na-13 


47/491 




[1969 


10 


131 


512 


1676 


167.6 


7 


190 


70 


14 


1676 


167.6 


7 


702 


2674 


267.4 


31-18 


67/633 




1 1970 




162 


525 


1542 


140.1 


7 


258 


111 


20 


1492 


135.6 


6 


783 


3034 


275.8 


39-27 


67/671 




D 1971 




193 


511 


1520 


138.1 


14 


285 


145 


17 


1748 


158.9 


14 


796 


3268 


297.1 


28-11 


60/607 




Il972 




210 


517 


1798 


163.5 


20 


287 


159 


20 


1982 


180.2 


10 


804 


3742 


340.2 


31-20 


74/757 




■ 1973 




209 


601 


2215 


201.4 


24 


199 


118 


16 


1542 


140.2 


12 


800 


3755 


341.4 


32-17 


64-629 




h1974 




210 


572 


2507 


227.9 


30 


252 


144 


11 


1977 


179.7 


7 


824 


4484 


407.6 


31-18 


66/677 




Il975 




214 


573 


2428 


220.7 


22 


218 


124 


6 


1699 


154.5 


13 


791 


4127 


375.2 


26-16 


70/662 




1 1976 




234 


654 


2874 


261.3 


24 


157 


90 


8 


1218 


110.7 


12 


811 


4092 


372.6 


23-17 


60/671 




Il977 




199 


571 


2040 


185.5 


25 


221 


117 


15 


1792 


162.9 


6 


792 


3832 


348.4 


25-13 


73/622 




11978 




207 


580 


2058 


187.1 


21 


232 


126 


13 


1618 


147.1 


6 


812 


3676 


334.2 


18-10 


64/563 




1979 




165 


566 


2131 


193.7 


15 


210 


95 


13 


1152 


104.7 


6 


776 


3283 


298.5 


23-12 


54/498 




1980 




180 


569 


1934 


175.8 


16 


204 


101 


9 


1316 


119.6 


6 


773 


3250 


295.5 


22-15 


70/656 




1981 




199 


500 


1714 


155.8 


15 


300 


149 


10 


1948 


177.1 


11 


800 


3662 


332.9 


25-16 


73/672 




1982 




245 


516 


2241 


203.7 


25 


329 


184 


11 


2367 


215.2 


18 


845 


4608 


418.9 


23-9 


88/851 




1983 




246 


471 


1996 


181.5 


18 


332 


185 


9 


2563 


233.0 


16 


803 


4559 


414.5 


22-13 


77/785 




.1984 




256 


522 


2308 


209.9 


29 


306 


189 


9 


2602 


236.5 


14 


828 


4910 


446.4 


31-12 


77/663 




M985 




227 


504 


2039 


185.4 


20 


312 


166 


14 


2475 


225.0 


15 


816 


4515 


410.4 


26-13 


88/824 




1986 




215 


437 


1497 


136.1 


17 


355 


197 


11 


2728 


248.0 


15 


792 


4225 


384.1 


20-14 


84/703 




1987 




194 


396 


977 


88.8 


11 


399 


228 


18 


2748 


249.8 


13 


795 


3725 


338.6 


25-15 


71/551 




1988 




211 


481 


1785 


162.3 


17 


290 


172 


12 


2101 


191.0 


12 


771 


3886 


353.3 


13-7 


67/575 




1989 




217 


440 


1459 


132.6 


12 


351 


189 


8 


2510 


228.2 


12 


791 


3969 


360.8 


22-13 


74/635 




1990 




208 


390 


1010 


91.8 


13 


441 


238 


20 


2774 


252.2 


10 


831 


3784 


344.0 


15-10 


58/443 




1991 
.1992 
1993 
1994 
1995 
1996 
1997 
'l998 
1999 
2000 




149 
288 
271 
235 
195 
158 
172 
163 
179 
187 


399 
432 
381 
319 
385 
477 
415 
471 
492 
384 


1175 
1503 
1013 
1037 
1079 
1490 
973 
1773 
2545 
1365 


106.8 

136.6 

92.1 

94.3 

98.1 

135.5 

88.5 

161.2 

231.4 

124.1 


10 
19 

9 
10 
15 
13 

9 
16 
22 
18 


363 
514 
473 
428 
362 
267 
280 
233 
240 
332 


168 
304 
302 
291 
226 
129 
164 
106 
116 
181 


19 
23 
21 
13 
11 
12 
8 
11 
11 
14 


1815 
3628 
3823 
3037 
2411 
1485 
1917 
1288 
1580 
2322 


165.0 
329.8 
347.6 
276.1 
219.3 
135.0 
174.3 
117.1 
143.6 
211.1 


7 

18 

26 

23 

8 

8 

10 

5 

9 

11 


762 
946 
854 
747 
747 
748 
695 
705 
732 
716 


2990 
5131 
4836 
4074 
3490 
2975 
2890 
3061 
4125 
3687 


271.8 
466.5 
439.6 
370.4 
317.3 
270.5 
262.7 
278.3 
375.0 
335.2 


11-5 
12-3 

26-15 
19-8 

29-13 
16-7 
16-9 

22-13 
17-8 
17-8 


67/677 
66/583 
81/675 






76/640 
57/456 
69/608 
69/546 
77/699 
81/653 
66/517 
















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257 


526 


2428 


220.7 


33 


346 


203 


9 


2409 


219.0 


13 


872 


4837 


439.7 


14-9 


75/661 


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Total 






Pen 


m 


Year 


G FD 


Att. 


Yards 


Avg/Gm 


IDs 


Att. 


Com 


Int. 


Yards 


Avg/Gm 


TDs 


Att. 


Yards 


Avg/Gm. 


Fum 


No/Yds 


1950 10 109 


391 


1015 


101.5 


— 


204 


97 


24 


1084 


108.4 


— 


595 


2099 


209.9 


37-22 


58/448 


m 


1951 


9 110 


351 


680 


75.0 


— 


290 


119 


9 


1391 


154.0 


— 


641 


2071 


230.1 


22-9 


31/263 


m 


1952 


9 88 


— 


1053 


117.0 


— 


130 


52 


14 


755 


83.8 


— 


— 


1808 


200.8 


25-15 


40/381 


1953 1 


106 


362 


849 


84.9 


— 


215 


87 


22 


1093 


109.3 


— 


577 


1942 


194.2 


32-14 


— 


m 


1954 1 


140 


— 


1343 


134.3 


— 


198 


96 


18 


1130 


113.0 


— 


— 


2473 


247.3 


— 


— 


m 


1955 1 


100 


— 


761 


76.1 


— 


195 


83 


30 


932 


93.2 


— 


— 


1691 


169.1 


— 


— 


1956 1 


137 


— 


2022 


202.2 


— 


111 


49 


12 


664 


66.4 


— 


616 


2686 


268.6 


24-13 


75/700 


m 


1957 1 


123 


500 


1750 


175.0 


— 


113 


53 


10 


731 


73.1 


— 


613 


2481 


248.1 


32-20 


61/505 


* 


1958 1 


148 


425 


1647 


164.7 


— 


163 


79 


15 


1199 


119.9 


— 


588 


2846 


284.6 


22-11 


35/304 


1959 1 


164 


485 


1671 


167.1 


— 


174 


90 


15 


1138 


113.8 


— 


659 


2809 


280.9 


24-16 


56/527 


m 


1960 1 


182 


502 


1822 


182.2 


— 


192 


92 


8 


1107 


110.7 


— 


694 


2929 


292.9 


40-19 


43/492 


1961 1 


139 


460 


1615 


161.5 


— 


184 


71 


18 


972 


97.2 


— 


644 


2587 


258.7 


23-10 


45/377 


m 


1962 1 


126 


— 


1262 


126.2 


11 


178 


88 


13 


1035 


103.5 


6 


— 


2297 


229.7 


26-14 


33/295.5 


m 


1963 1 


139 


456 


1635 


163.5 


— 


172 


80 


7 


997 


99.7 


— 


622 


2402 


240.2 


na-13 


35/328 


1964 1 


159 


476 


1583 


158.3 


— 


196 


93 


11 


1159 


115.9 


— 


672 


2742 


274.2 


na-19 


44/497 


m 


1965 1 


167 


488 


1635 


163.5 


— 


201 


94 


23 


1156 


115.6 


— 


689 


2791 


279.1 


na-10 


na/343 


& 


1966 1 


147 


455 


1531 


153.1 


— 


191 


97 


15 


1231 


123.1 


— 


646 


2762 


276.2 


na-12 


45/490 


1967 


9 181 


539 


2371 


263.4 


22 


146 


77 


13 


1053 


117.0 


7 


685 


3424 


380.4 


22-11 


45/467 


& 


1968 1 


222 


529 


2272 


227.2 


31 


273 


141 


14 


1920 


192.0 


9 


802 


4192 


419.2 


na-11 


59/661 


m 


1969 1 


161 


509 


1921 


192.1 


17 


179 


91 


9 


1921 


192.1 


7 


688 


3114 


311.4 


26-17 


54/514 


1970 1 


1 191 


560 


1910 


173.7 


— 


252 


146 


10 


1571 


142.8 


— 


825 


3481 


316.5 


35-23 


56/612 


& 


1971 1 


1 204 


538 


2087 


189.7 


— 


223 


112 


15 


1781 


161.9 


— 


761 


3868 


351.6 


40-22 


55/498 


m 


1972 1 


1 173 


503 


1413 


128.5 


— 


247 


116 


18 


1653 


150.3 


— 


750 


3166 


287.8 


23-12 


66/685 


1973 1 


1 141 


467 


1233 


112.1 


— 


244 


104 


14 


1453 


132.1 


— 


701 


2696 


245.1 


29-21 


66/571 


^ 


1974 1 


1 145 


527 


1471 


133.7 


5 


201 


90 


13 


1351 


122.8 


6 


728 


2822 


256.6 


30-17 


35/329 


1975 1 


1 157 


536 


1704 


154.9 


15 


189 


92 


12 


1045 


95.0 


2 


725 


2749 


249.9 


29-15 


46/477 


^ 


1976 1 


1 136 


466 


1284 


116.7 


7 


200 


81 


16 


1037 


94.2 


4 


666 


2221 


201.9 


27-17 


56/561 


^ 


1977 1 


1 170 


549 


1865 


169.5 


9 


203 


95 


10 


1245 


113.2 


9 


752 


3110 


282.7 


26-15 


56/516 


1978 1 


1 142 


522 


1516 


137.8 


10 


222 


100 


12 


1302 


118.4 


6 


744 


2818 


256.2 


25-18 


68/602 


^ 


1979 1 


1 144 


533 


1657 


150.6 


9 


215 


92 


16 


974 


88.5 


6 


748 


2631 


239.2 


30-14 


55/519 


^ 


1980 1 


1 155 


464 


1307 


118.8 


5 


271 


135 


9 


1528 


138.9 


9 


735 


2835 


257.7 


30-14 


60/576 


1981 1 


1 216 


404 


923 


83.9 


4 


445 


265 


19 


2915 


265.0 


18 


849 


3838 


348.9 


31-15 


69/703 


z* 


1982 1 


1 184 


396 


959 


87.2 


12 


377 


205 


20 


2270 


206.4 


10 


773 


3229 


293.5 


17-11 


66/651 


& 


1983 1 


1 226 


486 


1892 


172.0 


13 


341 


178 


11 


2113 


192.1 


15 


827 


4005 


364.1 


18-9 


62/462 


1984 1 


1 220 


447 


1671 


151.9 


12 


335 


179 


12 


2230 


202.7 


18 


782 


3901 


354.6 


22-11 


46/337 


?* 


1985 1 


1 209 


467 


1384 


125.8 


8 


318 


169 


15 


1972 


179.3 


10 


785 


3356 


305.1 


32-21 


53/363 


e* 


1986 1 


1 242 


457 


1630 


148.2 


13 


384 


215 


13 


2544 


231.3 


13 


841 


4174 


379.5 


15-9 


71/567 


1987 1 


1 217 


529 


2104 


191.3 


20 


286 


163 


18 


1993 


181.2 


11 


815 


4097 


372.5 


28-13 


72/600 


& 


1988 1 


1 254 


471 


1948 


177.1 


24 


334 


204 


11 


2557 


232.5 


11 


805 


4505 


409.6 


23-12 


64/468 


1989 1 


1 227 


525 


2152 


195.6 


17 


287 


150 


15 


1971 


179.2 


13 


812 


4123 


374.8 


18-7 


47/390 


^ 


1990 1 


1 203 


496 


1597 


145.2 


11 


307 


168 


6 


2180 


198.2 


13 


803 


3777 


343.4 


20-11 


54/430 


^ 


1991 1 


1 236 


534 


2098 


190.7 


18 


318 


180 


8 


2536 


230.6 


13 


852 


4634 


421.3 


25-15 


60/473 


1992 1 


1 259 


464 


2248 


204.4 


25 


367 


198 


8 


2968 


269.8 


23 


831 


5216 


474.2 


18-8 


99/929 


^ 


1993 1 


1 305 


554 


3490 


317.3 


38 


276 


161 


5 


2593 


235.7 


23 


830 


6083 


553.0 


23-13 


86/672 


^ 


1994 1 


1 262 


531 


2618 


238.0 


25 


291 


171 


11 


2160 


196.4 


11 


822 


4778 


434.4 


15-7 


73/540 


1995 1 


1 225 


459 


1727 


157.0 


20 


338 


192 


13 


2128 


193.5 


8 


797 


3855 


350.5 


25-11 


57/442 


^ 


1996 1 


1 187 


465 


1549 


140.8 


16 


298 


159 


16 


1971 


179.2 


12 


763 


3520 


320.0 


24-13 


61/535 


^ 


1997 1 


1 236 


455 


1921 


177.4 


21 


301 


188 


11 


2499 


227.2 


21 


694 


4459 


405.4 


20-14 


78/630 


1998 1 


1 209 


446 


1749 


159.0 


13 


319 


172 


13 


2222 


202.0 


17 


765 


3971 


361.0 


15-8 


83/775 


^ 


1999 1 


1 215 


414 


1390 


126.4 


14 


368 


218 


15 


2722 


247.5 


20 


782 


4112 


373.8 


25-13 


68/561 


^ 


2000 1 


1 284 


503 


2047 


186.1 


22 


347 


202 


12 


2793 


253.9 


16 


850 


4840 


440.0 


23-13 


85/694 




1 195 


387 


997 


90.6 


5 


398 


219 


24 


2645 


240.5 


16 


785 


3642 


331.1 


22-10 


66/554 


^ 


















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Maryland Lewis Sanders (98 yards) «.W. Carolina, 9-11 -97. 
Opponent Derrick Hamilton (100yards),Clemson, i) 12-01. 

Blocked Punt Returned for TD 

Maryland Leroy Ambush vs. Virginia, 10-6-01. 
Opponent David Carter (10 yards), W.Virginia, 9-19-98. 

Punt Returned for TD 

Maryland Jermaine Lewis (66 yards) vs. NC State, 11-4-95. 
Opponent Darnell Stephens (89 yards), Clemson, 11-15-91. 

Interception Returned for TD 

Maryland Shawn Forte (69 yards) vs. Virginia, 10-7-00. 
Opponent Michael Boulware (23 yards), Florida State, 10-27-01. 

Fumble Returned for TD 

Maryland - E.J.Henderson (36 yards) at Georgia Tech, 10-11-01. 
Opponent - LeVar Talley ( 1 yards), Temple, 9-26-98. 

Recorded a Safety 

Maryland - vs. North Carolina, 9- 1-01 (Ty Stewart tackled Willie Parker for a seven-yard loss). 
Opponent at Clemson, 10-14-00 (ball snapped over Brooks Barnard's head; Barnard kicked 
out of end zone). 

Blocked a Punt 

Maryland - EJ. Henderson vs.Troy State, 11-3-01. 
Opponent - Malcolm Tatum, at Florida State, 11-13-99. 

Blocked a Field Goal 

Maryland - E.J. Henderson vs. Virginia, 10-6-01. 
Opponent - Jerry Gaines, Eastern Michigan, 9-8-01 . 

Blocked a PAT 

Maryland - Marlon Moye-Moore vs. Florida State, 9-28-00. 
Opponent - Rick Sherrod, West Virginia, 9-29-01 . 

Player Passed for 6 TDs 

Maryland - None. 

Opponent Chris Weinke (6, 5, 6, 30, 26, 28), at Florida State, 1 1 -1 3-99. 

Player Scored 5 TDs 

Maryland - Bob Shemonski (22 rush, 26 rush, 82 PR,4 rush, 8 rush) vs. Va. Tech, 1 1-7-50. 

Player Passed for 5 TDs 

Maryland - Scott Milanovich (5, 14,27,5, 12) vs.NC State, 1 1-5-94. 
Opponent - Chris Rix (16, 9, 28, 22, 31), at Florida State, 10-27-01 . 

Player Scored 4 TDs 

Maryland - LaMont Jordan (4 rush, 49 rush, 1 7 rush, 1 rush) vs. Clemson, 1 0-1 6-99. 
Opponent - Robert Baldwin (3 rush, 1 rush, 1 1 rush, 34 rush), Duke, 9-3-94. 

Player Scored 4 TDs Rushing 

Maryland - LaMont Jordan (4,49, 17, 1) vs. Clemson, 10-16-99. 
Opponent -Robert Baldwin (3, 1,1 1,34), Duke, 9-3-94. 

Player Passed for 4 TDs 

Maryland - Scott Milanovich (5, 14, 27, 5, 1 2) vs. NC State, 1 1 -5-94. 
Opponent - Rex Grossman (15,4,33,10), Florida, 1 -2-02. 

Player Scored 3 TDs 

Maryland - Bruce Perry (8 rush, 24 rush, 31 rush) vs. E. Michigan, 9-8-01. 
Opponent - Talman Gardner (16 rec, 9 rec, 28 rec), Florida State, 10-27-01. 

Player Scored 3 TDs Rushing 

Maryland - Bruce Perry (8, 24, 31) vs. E. Michigan, 9-8-01 . 
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 - Rex Grossman (15,4, 33, 10), Florida, 1-2-02. 



Player Scored 3 TDs Receiving 

Maryland Guilian Gary (32 rec, 1 1 rec, 1 3 rec) vs. Georgia Tech, 1 1 - 18-00. 
Opponent lalman Gardner (16 rec, 9 rec, 28 rec), Florida State, 10-27-01 . 

Three Players Scored 2 TDs 

Maryland Jermaine Lewis (5 rec, 27 rec),Mancel lohnson (14 rec, 12 rec), Geroy Simon (94 

K0R, 5 rec) vs.NC State, 11 -5-94. 
Opponent - Earnest Graham (1 rush,6rush),Jabar Gaffney (4 rec. ,33 rec), Taylor Jacobs (46 

rec, 15 rec), Florida, 1-2-02. 

Two Players Scored 2 TDs 

Maryland Shaun Hill (2 rush, 1 rush). Marc Riley (1 rush, 9 rush) vs. Duke, 10-20-01 . 
Opponent Earnest Graham (1 rush, 6 rush), Jabar Gaffney (4 rec, 33 rec), laylor Jacobs (46 
rec, 15 rec), Florida, 1-2-02. 

Player Scored 2 TDs Rushing 

Maryland - Marc Riley (1,10), vs. Florida, 1 -2-02. 
Opponent - Earnest Graham (1,6), Florida, 1-2-02. 

Player Scored 2 TDs Receiving 

Maryland - Guilian Gary (32 rec, 1 1 rec, 13 rec.) vs. Georgia Tech, 1 1 - 18-00. 
Opponent - Jabar Gaffney (4, 33), Taylor Jacobs (46, 15), Florida, 1-2-02. 

50-Yd. Field Goal 

Maryland - Nick Novak (50 yards) vs.Troy State, 11-3-01. 
Opponent - Nelson Welch (52 yards), Clemson, 11-14-92. 

45-Yd. Field Goal 

Maryland - Nick Novak (50 yards) vs.Troy State, 11-3-01. 
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 - Nick Novak (33, 50, 25, 46) vs. Troy State, 1 1 -3-01 . 
Opponent - Sebastian Janikowski (27, 47, 48, 23, 36), Florida St., 10-3-98. 

Three Field Goals 

Maryland -Nick Novak (29,20,26) vs. Clemson, 11-10-01. 
Opponent - Kent Passingham (27,26, 31), at NC State, 11-6-99. 

Two Field Goals 40 Yards or More 

Maryland -Nick Novak (50, 46) vs.Troy State, 11-3-01. 
Opponent - David Greene (42, 43), Virginia, 11-20-99. 

Three Field Goals 30 Yards or More 

Maryland - Nick Novak (33, 50, 46) vs.Troy State, 1 1 -3-01 . 
Opponent - Sebastian Janikowski (47, 48, 36), Florida St., 10-3-98. 

Two-Point Conversion by Rush 

Maryland - Shaun Hill run vs. NC State, 1 1 -4-00. 
Opponent - Jamie Barnette run, NC State, 11-21 -98. 

Two-Point Conversion by Pass 

Maryland - Shaun Hill to Maurice Shanks vs. E. Michigan, 9-8-01. 
Opponent - Spencer Romine to Richmond Flowers, Duke, 10-30-99. 

Missed PAT (kick) 

Maryland - Vedad Siljkovic vs. West Virginia, 9-19-01 . 
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. 





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Bruce Perry (31-153) West Virginia, 9-29-01. 
- Avon Cobourne (31-128), West Virginia, 9-29-01. 

300 Rushing Yards 

Maryland - LaMont Jordan (37-306) vs. Virginia, 11-20-99. 
Opponent - John Leach (46-329), Wake Forest, 1 1-20-93. 

200 Rushing Yards 

Maryland - Bruce Perry (30-276) at Wake Forest, 9-22-01. 
Opponent - Raymond Priester (36-204), Clemson, 10-25-97. 

150 Rushing Yards 

Maryland - Bruce Perry (31-153) West Virginia, 9-29-01. 
Opponent - Ray Robinson (40-1 78), NC State, 1 1 -4-00. 

100 Rushing Yards by a Quarterback 

Maryland - Shaun Hill (1 1-105) vs. Duke, 10-20-01 . 
Opponent - Woodrow Dantzler (22-1 83), Clemson, 10-16-99. 

Two Players with 100 Yards Rushing 

Maryland - LaMont Jordan (135) and Brian Underwood (1 14) at Temple, 9-27-97. 
Opponent - Zack Crockett ( 1 23) and Warrick Dunn (1 04), Florida St., 9- 1 0-94. 

Three Players with 100 Yards Rushing 

Maryland - Richard Jennings (136), Steve Atkins (126) and Jamie Franklin (105) vs. Virginia, 
11-22-75. 

75-Yd. TO Run 

Maryland - Bruce Perry (80) at Wake Forest, 9-22-01 . 
Opponent - Willie Parker (77) North Carolina, 9-1-01 . 

50-Yd. TO Run 

Maryland - Marc Riley (69) Vs.Troy State, 11-3-01 . 
Opponent - Willie Parker (77) North Carolina, 9-1-01 . 

50 Pass Attempts 

Maryland - Scott Milanovich (62-46-1,380, 1 TD) at Florida St., 1 1-18-95. 
Opponent— Brad Lewis (52-31-4,279, 1 TD), West Virginia, 9-29-01. 

40 Pass Attempts 

Maryland - Shaun Hill (46-29-1, 318, 3 TD) vs. Georgia Tech, 1 1 -18-00. 
Opponent — George Godsey (45-26-3, 320, 2 TD), Georgia Tech, 10-11-01. 

35 Pass Attempts 

Maryland - Shaun Hill (39-23-1,257,1 TD) vs. Florida, 1-2-02. 
Opponent - George Godsey (45-26-3, 320, 2 TD), Georgia Tech, 10-11-01. 

40 Pass Completions 

Maryland - Scott Milanovich (62-46-1,380, 1 TD) at Florida St., 1 1-18-95. 
Opponent— James MacPherson (49-28-3, 1 TD),Wake Forest, 10-21-00. 



30 Pass Completions 

Maryland - Scott Milanovich (62-46-1,380, 1 TD) at Florida St., 11-18-95. 
Opponent - Devin Scott (49-32-1-228,0TD),at Temple, 9-2-99. 

25 Pass Completions 

Maryland - Shaun Hill (32-26-1, 323, 1 TD) vs. Duke, 10-20-01. 
Opponent - George Godsey (45-26-3, 320, 2 TD), Georgia Tech, 10-11-01. 

400 Yards Passing 

Maryland - Scott Milanovich (416) at Wake Forest, 1 1-20-93. 
Opponent - Spencer Romine (404), Duke, 10-30-99. 

300 Yards Passing 

Maryland - Shaun Hill (323) vs. Duke, 10-20-01 . 
Opponent - Chris Rix (350), Florida State, 1 0-27-01 . 

10 Receptions 

Maryland - Geroy Simon (16-124) at Florida St., 11-18-95. 
Opponent -Taylor Jacobs (10-170), Florida, 1-2-02. 

Two Players with 10 Receptions 

Maryland - Walt Williams (1 1) and Geroy Simon (10) at Syracuse, 11-19-94. 

100 Yards Receiving 

Maryland - Jason Hatala (3-129) vs. Duke, 10-4-97. 

Opponent - Taylor Jacobs ( 1 0-1 70) and Jabar Gaffney (7-1 1 8), Florida, 1-2-02. 

Two Players with 100 Yards Receiving 

Maryland - Geroy Simon (124) and Jermaine Lewis (102) at Florida St., 1 1-18-95. 
Opponent - Taylor Jacobs (10-170) and Jabar Gaffney (7-1 18), Florida, 1-2-02. 

Three Players with 100 Yards Receiving 

Maryland - Jason Kremus (119), Mancel Johnson (106) and Russ Weaver (105) at Wake For- 
est, 11-20-93. 

200 Yards Receiving 

Maryland - Jermaine Lewis (9-205) vs. Duke, 9-23-95. 
Opponent — Dez White (5-2 1 5), at Ga.Tech, 9-30-99. 

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. TD Reception 

Maryland - Shaun Hill to Jafar Williams (64) vs. Florida, 1-2-02. 
Opponent - Matt Schaub to Billy McMullen (63), Virginia, 10-6-01 . 

50-Yd. Non-Scoring Reception 

Maryland - Calvin McCall to Moises Cruz (54) at Clemson, 10-14-00. 
Opponent - Chris Rix to Talman Gardner (57), Florida State, 10-27-01 . 



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Gained 300 Yards Rushing 

Maryland - vs. Duke (362), 10-20-01 . 
Opponent - Clemson (395), 10-21-95. 

Gained 400 Yards Rushing 

Maryland - vs. Virginia (445), 1 1 -20-99. 
Opponent Ga.Tech (411), 10-9-93. 

Failed to Gain 100 Yards Rushing 

Maryland - at Georgia Tech (92), 10 11-01. 
Opponent Troy State (-1), 1 1-3-01. 

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Maryland -vs. Virginia (69), 11-20-99. 
Opponent - at North Carolina (42), 11-11 -00. 

Gained 400 Yards Total Offense 

Maryland - vs. Troy State (509), 11-3-01. 
Opponent - Florida (659), 1-2-02. 

Gained 500 Yards Total Offense 

Maryland -vs.Troy State (509), 11 -3-01. 
Opponent - Florida (659), 1-2-02. 

Gained 600 Yards Total Offense 

Maryland - vs. Duke (697), 1 0-20 01 . 
Opponent Florida (659), 1-2-02. 

Failed to Gain 200 Yards Total Offense 

Maryland vs.Virginia (127), 11-1-97. 
Opponent Eastern Michigan (124), 9-8-01. 



Scored 50 Paints or more 

Maryland - vs. Duke (59-1 7), 10-20-01 . 
Opponent - Florida (23-56), 1-2-02. 

Defensive Shutout 

Maryland - vs. West Virginia (33-0), 9-18-99. 
Opponent - Clemson (23-0), 10-10-98. 

Played an Overtime Game 

Maryland -at Georgia Tech (W-10T, 20-17), 10-1 1-01. 

Played to a Tie Game 

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All- Americans 204 

Outstanding Award Winners 205 

Hon. Mention All-Americans 205 

ACC Special Honors 206 

AII-ACC Selections 206 

Academic All-Americans 207 

AII-ACC Academic Selections 207 

Terps in the Hall of Fame 208 

Maryland Team Awards 210 I 

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First Team 

1950 Bob Ward 

1951 Bob Ward 

1952 JackScarbath 
Dick Modzelewski 

1953 Stan Jones 
1955 Bob Pellegrini 

1973 RandyWhite 

1974 RandyWhite 
2001 E.J.Henderson 



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Bill Supplee 

Gerald Snyder 
Ray Krouse 
Dick Modzelewski 
Ed Modzelewski 
BernieFaloney 
Bill Walker 
Gary Collins 
Joe Campbell 
Eric Wilson 



UPI 

First Team 

1951 Bob Ward 

1952 JackScarbath 
Dick Modzelewski 

1953 Stan Jones 
1955 Bob Pellegrini 
1961 Gary Collins 
1974 RandyWhite 

: 1979 Dale Castro 
1985 J.D.Maarleveld 



Second Team 


1950 


Bob Ward 


1951 


Ed Modzelewski 


1953 


Bernie Faloney 


1955 


Mike Sandusky 




Bill Walker 


1973 


PaulVellano 


1976 


Joe Campbell 



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Jack Scarbath 


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Stan Jones 


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Bob Pellegrini 


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Gary Collins 


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1974 


RandyWhite 


DT 


1976 


Joe Campbell 


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1979 


Dale Castro 


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1985 


J.D.Maarleveld 


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2001 


E.J.Henderson 


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Dick Modzelewski 




JackScarbath 



Stan Jones 



Bob Pellegrini 



American Football Coaches Assoc. 



First Team 



1961 
1973 
1974 
1976 
1985 



Gary Collins 
PaulVellano 
RandyWhite 
Joe Campbell 
J.D.Maarleveld 



Football News 

First Team 

1984 Eric Wilson 
2001 E.J. Henderson 

Second Team 

1995 Stephen Ingram 
1999 LaMont Jordan 
2001 Bruce Perry 

Brooks Barnard 



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Football Writers Association 

First Team 

1961 Gary Collins E 

1974 RandyWhite DT 

1976 Joe Campbell DT 

1979 Dale Castro PK 

2001 E.J.Henderson LB 



International News Service 



First Team 

1951 Bob Ward 

1952 JackScarbath 
Dick Modzelewski 

1953 Stan Jones 
BernieFaloney 

1955 Bob Pellegrini 

Second Team 

1952 TomCosgrove 

1953 ChetHanulak 
1955 EdVereb 

The Sporting News 

First Team 

1951 Bob Ward 

1952 JackScarbath 
Dick Modzelewski 

1953 Stan Jones 
Bernie Faloney 

1955 Bob Pellegrini 
Mike Sandusky 

1974 RandyWhite 

Steve Mike-Mayer 



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1983 Boomer Esiason 


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1999 LaMont Jordan 


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OUTSTANDING AWARD WINNERS 



Walter Camp Memorial UPI Lineman of the Year 



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, 1955 Bob Pellegrini 



Heisman Trophy 

(Outstanding Player) 
1952 Jack Scarbath 

(runner-up) 

Outland Trophy 

(Lineman of the Year) 

1952 Dick Modzelewski 
1974 Randy While 



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Lombard! Trophy 

(Lineman of the Year) 

1974 RandyWhite DT 



1955 Bob Pellegrini C 

1974 RandyWhite DT 

National Coach of the Year 

(The Sporting News) 

1953 JimTatum 
1974 Jerry Claiborne 
2001 Ralph Friedgen 

(Washington Touchdown Club) 
1982 Bobby Ross 

(Associated Press) 

2001 Ralph Friedgen 

(ESPN/Home Depot) 

2001 Ralph Friedgen 

(Bobby Dodd) 

2001 Ralph Friedgen 



(Eddie Robinson/FWAA) 

2001 Ralph Friedgen 

(Football News) 

2001 Ralph Friedgen 

(Walter Camp Foundation) 

2001 Ralph Friedgen 

(CNN/SI) 

2001 Ralph Friedgen 



Postseason MVP Honorees 

(Blue-Gray Game) 

1971 Guy Roberts E 

1986 Chuck Faucette LB 

1998 EricOgbogu DE 

(Coaches All-America Game) 

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2001 National 
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(Liberty Bowl) 

1974 RandyWhite 

(Gator Bowl) 

1975 Steve Atkins 

(Sun Bowl) 

1984 Rick Badanjek 

(Cherry Bowl) 

1985 StanGelbaugh 
Scott Schankweiler 



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Chuck Faucette 



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HONORABLE MENTION ALL-AMERICANS 



1 1931 JessKrajcovicG 1954 

Ray Poppelrnan.QB 

1934 EdMinion.T 
Norwood Sothoron.FB 
Vic Willis, E 

1935 BillGuckeyson.HB 
Vic Willis, E 

1936 BillGuckeyson.HB 1955 

1937 Jim Meade, HB 
1940 Ralph Albarano.T 

Bob Smith, C 
1942 Paul Flick.C 1956 

Tommy Mont, QB 

1947 LuGambino.HB 
GeneKinney.C 1957 

1948 RayKrouse.T 
Elmer Wingate.E 

1950 Ed Modzelewski, FB 1958 

1951 DaveCianelli.FB 
Tom Cosg rove, C 

Joe Petruzzo, HB 1959 

Jack Scarbath, QB 

1952 StanJones.T 

1953 Ralph Felton.FB 
ChetHanulak.HB 
Johnlrvine.C 1960 
Bob Morgan, T 
Bill Walker, E 1961 



Dick Bielski, FB 

Jack Bowersox.G 
John Irvine, C 
George Palahunik.G 
Bob Pellegrini, G 
Ronnie Waller, HB 
Bill Walker, E 
Jack Davis, G 
Ed Heuring,T 
MikeSandusky.T 
Frank Tamburello,QB 
GeneAlderton.C 
Jack Davis, G 
Mike Sandusky, T 
GeneAlderton.C 
Rod Breedlove.G 
Ed Cooke, E 
Rod Breedlove.G 
Fred Cole.T 
BenScotti.E 
Rod Breedlove.G 
Gary Collins, E 
TomGunderman.G 
Jim Joyce, FB 
KurtSchwarz.T 
Dale Betty, QB 
Gary Collins, E 
Bob Hacker, C 



1962 



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1969 
1970 

1972 

1973 



1974 



1975 



1976 



Tom Brown, HB 
Walter Rock, G 
Dick Shiner, QB 
Roger Shoals.T 
Bob Sullivan, DB 
Ralph Sonntag.OT 
Guy Roberts, DE 
Bob Smith, DB 
PaulVellano.DG 
Louis Carter, TB 
Bob Smith, DB 
Randy White, DT 
Louis Carter, TB 
Steve Mike-Mayer, PK 
Stan Rogers, OT 
Bob Smith, DB 
Harry Walters, LB 
Walter White.TE 
Kevin Benson, LB 
Jim Brechbiel.DB 
Paul Divito, DG 
LeRoy Hughes, DE 
Brad Carr, LB 
Ed Fulton, 0G 
Mark Manges, QB 
Ken Roy, DB 
Tom Schick, OT 
Larry Seder, DG 



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1978 



1979 



1980 



1982 



1983 



1984 



TedKlaube.DG 
Steve Atkins, TB 
Lloyd Burruss.DB 
Charles Johnson, DT 
Bruce Palmer, DG 
Larry Stewart, 0T 
Charlie Wysocki.TB 
Lloyd Burruss.DB 
MarlinVan Horn, DG 
Charlie Wysocki.TB 
Jess Atkinson, PK 
MarkDuda.OT 
Boomer Esiason.QB 
Dave Pacella, 0T 
JohnTice, TE 
Jess Atkinson, PK 
Clarence Baldwin, DB 
Boomer Esiason.QB 
Pete Koch, DT 
RonSolt.OG 
Eric Wilson, LB 
Rick Badanjek, RB 
Al Covington, DB 
Ferrell Edmunds.TE 
Chuck Faucette, LB 
Kevin Glover, C 
Greg Hill.WR 
Len Lynch, OG 
Bruce Mesner, DG 



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1986 

1987 
1988 



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1990 
1992 
1993 
1994 
1995 
1998 
1999 
2000 



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 
Scott Milanovich, P 
Stephen Ingram, OT 
Jermaine Lewis, WR 
Eric Barton, LB 
Brian Kopka.PK 
Brooks Barnard, P 





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HONORS 

Player of the Year 

1953 Bernie Faloney, B 

1955 Bob Pellegrini, C 

1974 Randy White, DT 

2001 E.J. Henderson, LB 

Off. Player of the Year 

2001 Bruce Perry 

Def. Player of the Year 

2001 E.J, Henderson 

Coach of the Year 

1953,55 Jim latum 

1973,75,76 Jerry Claiborne 

1982 Bobby Ross 

2001 Ralph Friedgen 

Jacobs Blocking Award 

1955 Bob Pellegrini, C 

1969 Ralph Sonntag.OT 

1982 DavePacella.OT 

Brian Piccolo Award 

1972 Al Neville, QB 

1974 David Visaggio, DG 

1984 J.D.Maarleveld,0T 

1989 Mike Anderson, RB 

2001 Matt Crawford, OT 




Bernie Faloney 



Bob Pellegrini 



Randy White 



1.1. Henderson 



Ralph Friedgen 



ALI-ACC SELECTIONS 



First 

1953 



1954 



1955 



1956 
1957 



1960 
1961 




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Team 

JackBowersox,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 
MikeSandusky.T 
Ed Vereb, B 
Jack Davis, G 
MikeSandusky.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 
DickAbsher.E 
Ralph Sonntag.OT 
Guy Roberts, E 
DanBungori.E 
Bob Smith, S 
PaulVellano.DG 
Louis Carter, TB 
Bob Smith, S 
PaulVellano.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 
TedKlaube.DG 
LloyH Burruss, DB 

lohnson.DT 
Brine Palmer, DG 



Larry Stewart, OT 
Charlie Wysocki.TB 
Lloyd Burruss, DB 
MarlinVan Horn, DG 
Charlie Wysocki.TB 
Jess Atkinson, PK 
MarkDuda.DT 
DavePacella.OT 
Clarence Baldwin, DB 
Pete Koch, DT 
Ron Soli, OG 
Eric Wilson, LB 
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 
DelbertCowsette, NT 
LaMont Jordan, RB 
Lewis Sanders, DB 
Brooks Barnard, P 
Melvin Fowler, C 
E.J.Henderson, LB 
Tony Jackson, S 
Tony Okanlawon, CB 
Bruce Perry, TB 
Todd Wike, OG 



Second Team 

1953 Ralph Felton.B 

Bob Morgan.T 
Bill Walker, E 
John Irvine, C 
Bob Pellegrini, G 
Russell Dennis, E 
Frank Tamburello.B 
Bill Walker, E 

1957 GeneAlderton.C 



1979 
1980 

1982 

1983 

1984 

1985 

1986 

1987 

1988 

1990 
1992 
1993 
1994 
1995 
1998 
1999 

2001 



1954 



1955 



1961 



1963 
1964 



1989 
1991 



1992 
1993 
1994 

1995 

1998 
1999 



2000 
2001 



Roger Shoals, T 
Bill Kirchiro.T 
Dick Shiner, QB 
OlafDrozdov.DT 
Tom Hickey, B 
Larry Webster, DT 
Frank Wycheck.TE 
Mitch Suplee.C 
DanDeArmas.PK 
Mike Webster, DL 
MikeJarmolowich.LB 
MikeJarmolowich.LB 
Jermaine Lewis, WR 
Geroy Simon, WR 
Scott Milanovich.QB 
EricOgbogu, LB 
Andreal Johnson, DB 
LaMont Jordan, RB 
Brad Messina, 0T 
JohnWaerig.TE 
Jamie Wu.OG 
Kris Jenkins, DT 
LaMont Jordan, RB 
Matt Crawford, OT 
Guilian Gary, WR 
Shaun Hill. QB 



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Third Team 

1993 Stephen Ingram, OT 

Scott Milanovich.QB 

Note: The second and third teams have not been 
selected continuously. 



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| AP ALL-ACC SELECTIONS 








(Selected by Associated Press) 




1953 


Bernie Faloney, B 
Ralph Felton.B 


1959 


loin Gunderman, G 
Jim Joyce, B 






ChetHanulak.B 


1960 


Gary Collins, E 






Stan Jones, T 


1961 


Gary Collins, E 




1954 


Dick Bielski, B 




Bob Hacker, C 




| 1955 


Jack Davis, G 
Bob Pellegrini, C 
Mike Sandusky, T 


1962 


Tom Brown, HB 
Walter Rock, G 
Dick Shiner, OB 




1 


Frank Tamburello, B 


1970 


Guy Roberts, DE 




j 


Ed Vereb, B 


1971 


Dan Bungori, E 




\ 1956 


Gene Alderton.C 
Jack Davis, G 


1972 


Bob Smith, DB 
Paul Vellano, DG 






Mike Sandusky, T 


1973 


Louis Carter, IB 




1 1957 


Rod Breedlove, G 
Ed Cooke, E 




Bob Smith, DB 
Paul Vellano, DG 




1958 


Rod Breedlove, G 




Randy White, DT 





UPI ALL-ACC 




ffifcjS 



1955 



1956 

1957 
1958 
1960 
1961 
1962 

1970 
1971 
1972 

1973 



(Selected by UPI) 

Bob Pellegrini, C 

Mike Sandusky,! 
Ed Vereb, B 
Bill Walker, E 
Jack Davis, G 
Mike Sandusky, T 
Ed Cooke, E 
BenScotti.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 



19 


35 


BillGuckeyson.B 




1936 


8ill Guckeyson, B 




1937 


Jim Meade, B 




1947 


LuGambino, B 




1949 


Ray Krouse.T 




1950 


Elmer Wingate.E 




1951 


Fd Modzelewski, B 




1952 


Stan Jones, T 






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Ray Krouse 



Dan 


iungori Louif Carter 


Bob Smith Ed Vereb 


ALL-ACC ACADEMIC SELECTIONS 


1954 


John Irvine, C 




Dean Richards, WB 




George Palahunik, G 


1979 


JanCarinci.WB 


1955 


JohnHealey.HB 




Ralph Lary.S 




Stanley Polyanski.G 




Phil Livingston, OT 


1956 


Donald Healey.T 




Kyle Lorton.C 




MikeSandusky.T 




Jim Shaffer, DE 




TomSelep, FB 


1980 


Ralph Lary.S 


1960 


Dwayne Fletcher, HB 




Kyle Lorton.C 


1961 


Bob Hacker, C 


1981 


Mike Mueller, LB 




Dick Novak, QB 




Brian Riendeau.OG 


1963 


David Nardo.G 


1982 


Joe Aulisi, DE 


1967 


Chuck Tine.G 


1983 


Greg Harraka.OT 


1968 


Ralph Friedgen.OG 


1984 


Greg Harraka.OT 


1970 


Pat Burke, OG 




Frank Reich, QB 




Jerry Erhard.WB 




Richard Shure.FB 




Steve Fromang.C 


1985 


DolphTokarczyk.TE 




LenSantacroce.C 


1986 


Mark Agent, OT 




Scott Shank, FB 




Richard Shure.FB 


1972 


Jerry Erhard, E 




John Soma, OT 


1973 


Kim Hoover, WR 


1987 


Azizuddin Abdur-Ra'oof.WR 


1974 


BobAvellini.QB 




Bob Arnold, DG 




Jim Brechbiel, DB 




Ken0berle,0T 




Derick Harris, DT 




Richard Shure.FB 




RickJennings.TB 




John Soma, OT 




Tom Schick, OG 


1988 


KenOberle.OT 




PhilWagenheim.P 


1989 


Dean Green, WR 


1975 


Mike Cielensky, DB 


1990 


Rick Fleece, NG 




Kim Hoover, WR 




8arry Johnson, WR 




JohnSchultz.WB 




Glenn Page, LB 


1976 


Jonathan Claiborne, S 




Chad Wrestling, HB 




GeneOchap.C 


1991 


LuboZizakovic.DT 




BobRaba.TE 


1992 


Marcus Badgett.WR 


1977 


Jonathan Claiborne, S 




Scott Rosen, S 




Ralph Lary.S 


1993 


Russ Weaver, WR 




Chris Ward, DB 


1994 


Russ Weaver, WR 




Kenny Watson, DT 




Mike Settles, LB 


1978 


JohnBaldante.DB 




Al Wallace. DE 




Glenn Chamberlain, 0G 


1995 


Al Wallace, DE 




Scott Collins, OT 


1996 


Al Wallace, DE 




Ralph Lary.S 


1997 


Mike Hull TE 




Phil Livingston, OT 




EricOgbogu.DE 




Joe Muffler, DE 


1998 


Jamie Wu.OG 



1999 



2000 



Kevin Bishop, LB 
ToddWike.OG 
Jamie Wu, 0G 
Guilian Gary, WR 
Charles Hill, DT 
Tony Jackson, SS 



2001 



TonyOkanlawon.CB 
Brooks Barnard, P 
Melvin Fowler, C 
ShaunHill.QB 
Rod Littles, S 
Todd Wike, 0G 




Ralph Lary, the first ACC football 
player to be a four-time AII-ACC 
Academic Team choice. 



Richard Share was on the AII- 
ACC Academic Team in 1984, 
1986 and 1987. 



Al Wallace was a three-time 
AII-ACC Academic selection in 
1994,1995 and 1996. 



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Academic NCAA Postgraduate 

All-Americans Scholar 



1953 Bernie Faloney, B 

1954 George Palahunik, G 
1956 MikeSandusky.T 
1975 Kim Hoover, WR 
1978 Joe Muffler, DE 



1978 



Jonathan Claiborne, S 




\Bemie Faloney 




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TERPS IN THE HALL FO FAME 



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National Football 
Foundation College 
Hall of Fame (1980) 

Bob Ward weighed all of 165 pounds 
throughout his four-year playing career at 
Maryland and, even in the early 1950s, that 
was no size for a lineman. Especially a line- 
man who was a first team All-America 
middle guard on defense as a junior in 1 950 
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 ( 1 949 Gator over Missouri, 
1951 Sugar over Tennessee to complete a 
perfect 10-0 season). 

The awards and honors Ward earned 
as a Maryland player belie physical stature, 
but speak volumes about the man. He was 
the MVP of the 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 
Lineman of the Year by the Washington 
Touchdown Club and the Philadelphia 
Sportswriters Association in 1 95 1 . 

Bob Ward was inducted into the Na- 
tional Football Foundation College Hall of 
Fame in 1980. 




SCARBATH 

National Football 
Foundation College 
Hall of Fame (1983) 

Jack Scarbath is an integral part of 
Maryland football history. In his first start, 
the All-America guarterback scored the 
first touchdown in the new Byrd Stadium, 
a 21 -yard run in the first game of the 1950 
season. 

Scarbath was the guarterback 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 10-0 season and a 28-13 upset of 
national champion Tennessee in the 1951 
Sugar Bowl. Scarbath called the signals dur- 
ing Maryland's 22-game unbeaten streak 
overthecourseofthe 1950/51 and'52sea- 
sons. 

During his stellar career, Scarbath re- 
wrote the Terrapin record book, completing 
125 of 260 passes for 2,287 yards, an aver- 
age of 18.3 yards per completion. In 1951, AP 
and UPI polls named him honorable men- 
tion All-American. In 1952, he was honored 
with first team All-America citations from Afi 
UPI, International News Service, Colliers.and 
Look. He finished runner-up to Oklahoma's 
Billy Vessels in the 1 952 Heisman Trophy bal- 
loting. 

Afirst-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. 



Urn 
TATUM 

National Football 
Foundation College 
Hall of Fame (1984) 

In a brief time as a college football 
head coach - one season at North Carolina 
(1942,5-2-2),one at Oklahoma (1946,8-3, 
Gator Bowl victory over North Carolina 
State) and nine years at Maryland (1947- 
55,73-15-4,2-2-1 in bowl games) --Jim 
Tatum had become a coaching legend. 

Tatum's Maryland teams from 1950- 
55 were 51-8-2, with a perfect 10-0 record 
and Sugar Bowl victory in 1951. The sguad 
posted 10-0 regular season records in 1953 
and 1 955 before both teams were upset by 
Oklahoma in the Orange Bowl. Tatum's 
1953 team was declared national cham- 
pion, andTatum was named national Coach 
of the Year. 

During his career at Maryland, Tatum 
led the Terps to 1 9 consecutive wins and an 
unbeaten streak of 22 games (21-0-1 (dur- 
ing the 1950/51 and'52 campaigns. In the 
1952 Sugar Bowl, the Terrapins defeated 
top-ranked Tennessee 23-13. 

Tatum left Maryland following the 
1955 season to return to his alma mater, 
North Carolina, in 1956.He coached the Tar 
Heels for three more seasons. 

He was inducted into the National 
Football Foundation College Hall of Fame in 
1984. 



JONES 



Pro Football Hall of Fame 
(1991) 

National Football 
Foundation College 
Hall of Fame (2000) 

Stan Jones was the starting right 
tackle on theTerp defense that allowed only 
31 points during 10 regular season games 
in 1953. With Jones leading the way, Mary- 
land recorded six shutouts and allowed only 
one team, Georgia, to score more than six 
points. 

It all added up to a 10-0 regular season 
fortheTerps.who captured the national cham- 
pionship despite an upset loss to Oklahoma in 
the Orange Bowl. 

Jones earned consensus All-America 
honors in 1953 and was chosen "Outstand- 
ing College Lineman of 1953" by the Col- 
lege Football Coaching Board. A fifth-round 
draft choice of the Chicago Bears, Jones 
went on to have a lengthy pro career. He 
spent a majority of his career with the Bears 
(1954-65) before finishing at Washington 
(1966). 

"I was very prepared for the NFL when I 
left Maryland," Jones said. "From my coaches 
who taught me football to my professors who 
taught me anatomy, physiology and weight 
training,! received a great education. 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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TERPS IN THE HALL OF FAME 



MODZELEWSKI 

National Football 
Foundation College 
Hall of Fame (1993) 

Through three All-America years at 
Maryland and 14 All-Pro years In the Na- 
tional Football League, Dick Modzelewski 
wasalways'littleMo." At 6-0,235 pounds 
during his playing days at Maryland, he was 
one of the bigger collegiate linemen dur- 
ing the early 1950s. He was the second Mo 
at Maryland, following his older brother Ed, 
"Big Mo." 

Dick Modzelewski played three years as 
defensive tackle for the Terps on the great 
teams which were 24-4-1. He became 
Maryland's first winner of a major national 
honor when he received the Outland Trophy 
as the nation's top lineman in 1952. Through 
his career at Maryland, the Terps fashioned a 
22-game unbeaten streak. 

At the end of his senior season, 
Modzelewski was named to every All- 
America team and was awarded the Outland 
Trophy. He was a second-round draft choice 
of theWashington Redskins. Hespentl4sea- 
sons in the NFL, with the Redskins, the Pitts- 
burgh 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. 



white 

Pro Football 
Hall of Fame (1994) 
National Football 
Foundation College 
Hall of Fame (1994) 

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 re- 
garded as the quickest defensive lineman 
to play the game. He could be in an 
opponent's backfield before a quarterback 
could make a hand-off. 

In 1974, Randy White cleaned up the 
college football awards plate. He was hon- 
ored with the Outland and Lombardi tro- 
phies as the top collegiate lineman, was ACC 
Player of the Year, was an unanimous first- 
team All-America choice, named the Dela- 
ware (his home state) Athlete of the Year 
and named the Amateur Athlete of the Year 
by the Philadelphia Sportswriters Associa- 
tion. 

A first round draft choice of the Dallas 
Cowboys, White was an All-Pro performer 
throughout his career and shared Super 
Bowl MVP honors with Dallas teammate 
Harvey Martin when the Cowboys defeated 
Denver in Super Bowl XII. 

White's No. 94 number has been re- 
tired at Maryland. He was inducted into the 
National Football Foundation College Hall 
of Fame and the Pro Football Hall of Fame 
in 1994. 




PELLEGRINI 

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 na- 
tional champion Terrapins. He would play 
guard again in 1954 in an era when players 
went both ways, before being switched to 
center for his senior year to fill a Terrapin 
void. 

As a senior, Pellegrini led Maryland to 
its second 10-0 regular season and ACC 
championship in three years as the Terps 
defeated defending national champion 
UCLA. He was selected ACC Player of the 
Year,named consensus All-America and pic- 
tured 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 becameone 
of the building blocks of an Eagle turn- 
around that took the team to the top of the 
football world. A losing team when he 
joined, the Eagles defeated Vince 
Lombardi's Green Bay Packers for the World 
Championship four years later with Bob 
Pellegrini at linebacker. 

Bob Pellegrini was inducted into the 
National Football Foundation College Hall 
of Fame in December 1996. 



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CLAIBORNE 



National Football 
Foundation College 
Hall of Fame (1999) 

Former Maryland football coach Jerry 
Claiborne was selected to join 12 legend- 
ary college football players and two other 
coaches among the 1 999 class of inductees 
into the National Football Foundation Col- 
lege Hall of Fame. 

Claiborne coached 28 seasons overall 
between stints at Virginia Tech (1961-70), 
Maryland (1972- 81) and Kentucky (1982- 
89),and compiled a 1 79- 1 22-8 record in the 
process. 

At Maryland, Claiborne was named The 
Sporting News National Coach of the Year in 
1974 after winning the Atlantic Coast Confer- 
ence and finishing the season ranked No. 13 
by the Associated Press. He was the District III 
Coach oftheYearin 1973, 1975and 1976. 

In all, Claiborne was the coach of the 
year in three different conferences — 
Southern (1963), ACC (1973,75,76) and 
Southeastern (1983) — while leading his 
teams to 11 bowl games. Throughout his 
coaching career, he was a strong advocate 
of the right combination of academics and 
athletics. In his years as head coach, he had 
four players named Academic All-America 
and 87 players earn academic all-confer- 
ence honors. On the field, he coached 1 3 A II- 
Americans and 53 who earned all-confer- 
ence status. 




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MARYLAND TEAM AWARDS 



ALVIN L AUBINOE 



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TROPHY 




Unsung Hero of the 


fr 


Season 


p*' 


1956 


AlWhartonJ 




1957 


Wilbur Main, C 




1958 


Ted Kershner, B 




1959 


JoeGardiJ 




1960 


Leroy Dietrich, C 




1961 


Dick Barlund, E 




1962 


Murnis Banner, HB 




1963 


George Stem, HB 




1964 


John Kenny, E 




1965 


Charles Krahling.C 




1966 


Bobby Collins, B 




1967 


Pat Baker, B 




1968 


Rick Carlson, E 




1969 


Paul Fitzpatrick, B 




1970 


Robert MacBride.OT 




1971 


JeffShugars.QB 




1972 


Ron Kecman.C 




1973 


Ken Scott, DT 




1974 


Frank Russell, WR 




1975 


Jim Richey, 0T 




1976 


Bob Raba.TE 




1977 


Don Rhodes, C 




1978 


Mike Simon, C 




1979 


Richard Cummins, OG 




1980 


Scott Fanz.OT 




1981 


Todd Wright, C 




1982 


Frank Kolencik, DG 

John Nash, RB 
Doug Miller, C 




1983 


Tyrone Furman, DG 




1984 


Bill Rogers, TE 




1985 


George Colton.OG 




1986 


Sean Sullivan, WR 




1987 


Robert Klein, DG 
Sean Scott, LB 




1988 


Matt D'Amico, LB 
DanPlocki.PK 




1989 


Dean Green, WR 




1990 


Doug Stump, RB 




1991 


Greg Hines, LB 




1992 


DanPrunzik.WR 




1993 


Russ Weaver, WR 




1994 


David Hack, OG 




1997 


Eric Hicks, DE 




1998 


John WaerigJE 




1999 


Matt Kalapinski, FB 




2000 


Melvin Fowler, C 




2001 


Rod Littles, S 




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JeffShugan 






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joe f. blair 

AWARD 

Unsung Hero of the 
Season 

1995 Kevin Plank, SB 

ANTHONY C. 
NARDO MEMORIAL 

TROPHY 

Best Lineman of the Year 

1947 PatMcCarty.G 

1948 Gene Kinney, T 

1950 Bob Ward, G 

1951 Bob Ward, G 

1952 William Maletzky.G 

1953 StanJonesJ 

1954 Bob Pellegrini, G 

1955 MikeSandusky.T 

1956 AlWhartonJ 

1957 Don Healy.T 

1958 Fred Cole, T 

1959 TomGunderman.G 

1960 Gary Collins, E 

1961 Bill KirchiroJ 

1962 DaveCrossan.T 

1963 OlafDrozdov.DT 

1964 Fred Joyce, G 

1965 Dick Absher, E 

1966 Dick Absher, E 

1967 JimLavrusky.LB 

1968 Ron Pearson, E 

1969 Peter Mattia, DT 

BOB BEAU, TOMMY 

MARCOS TROPHY 

Best Lineman of the Year 

1970 Guy Roberts, DE 

1971 Dennis O'Hara.E 

1972 PaulVellano.OG 

1973 Randy White, DT 

1974 Randy White, DT 

1980 EricSievers.TE 

1981 DavePacella.OT 

1982 DavePacella.OT 

1983 RonSolt.OG 

1984 Kevin Glover, C 

1985 J.D.Maarleveld.OT 

1986 Billy Hughes, C 

1987 Billy Hughes, C 

1988 Mark Agent, C 

1989 MikeKiselak.OG 

1990 Clarence Jones, OT 

1991 Mitch Suplee.C 

1992 Steve Ingram, OT 

1993 Steve Ingram, 0T 

1994 Steve Ingram, 0T 

1995 Johnnie Hicks, DT 



RAY KROUSE 



MEMORIAL AWARD 

Most Valuable Player 

1972 Ron Kecman.C 

1974 Randy White, DT 

1975 JohnSchultz.WB 

1976 Tim Wilson, FB 

1977 TedKlaube.DG 

1978 Neal Olkewicz, LB 

1979 Brian Matera, LB 

1980 Lloyd Burruss, DB 

1981 GregVanderhout.DG 

1982 JohnTice.TE 

1983 Boomer Esiason.QB 

1984 Eric Wilson, LB 

1985 StanGelbaugh.QB 

1986 Chuck Faucette, LB 

1987 Kevin Walker, LB 

1988 DanPlocki.PK 

1989 NeilO'Donnell.QB 
Scott Saylor, LB 

1990 Scott Zolak, QB 

1991 Larry Webster, DT 

1992 Marcus Badgett.WR 

1993 Jason Kremus.WR 

1994 Steve Ingram, 0T 

1995 Jermaine Lewis, WR 

1997 Brian Cummings.QB 

1998 Eric Barton, LB 

1999 LaMontJordan.TB 

2000 Shawn Forte, FS 

2001 E.J. Henderson, LB 




THE TEKE TROPHY 

Service Over Four Years 






Shawn forte 



1949 


Johnldzik, B 


$■ 


1950 


John Idzik, B 




1951 


Bob Ward, G 


2* 


1952 


Ed Futlerton, B 




1953 


BernieFaloney.B 


& 


1954 


John Irvine, C 




1955 


Bob Pellegrini, C 


3* 


1956 


MikeSandusky.T 


& 


1957 


GeneAlderton,C 


1958 


BobRusevlyan, B 





1959 


KurtSchwarz.T 


1960 


Vincent Scott, E 





1961 


Gary Collins, E 


1962 


Tom Brown, HB 


9* 


1963 


Bob Burton, HB 


1964 


OlafDrozdov.DT 


Z* 


1965 


George Stem, B 




1966 


Dick Absher, E 


3* 


1967 


Lou Stickel, B 




1968 


Billy Lovett, FB 


#■ 


1969 


KenDutton.DB 




1970 


Peter Mattia, DT 





1971 


Tommy Miller, B 


^ 


1972 


Don Ratliff, E 


1973 


PaulVellano.DG 








1974 


Randy White, DT 


TERRAPIN CLUB 


AWARD 


Greatest 


Contribution to Football 





1975 


LeRoy Hughes, DE 


^ 


1976 


Rob Raba.TE 


1977 


BradCarr.LB 


P" 


1978 


Dean Richards, WR 


1979 


James Shaffer, DE 


^ 


1980 


Lloyd Burruss, HB 


1981 


Charlie WysockiJB 


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1982 


MikeCorvino, DG 




1983 


Boomer Esiason.QB 


;* 


1984 


Eric Wilson, LB 




1985 


RickBadanjek, FB 


e* 


1986 


Chuck Faucette, LB 




1987 


Ferrell Edmunds.TE 


p" 


1988 


Dan Plocki, PK 


z» 


1989 


Mark Agent, C 


1990 


Barry Johnson, WR 


^ 


1991 


Larry Webster, DT 


1992 


Mike Jarmolowich.LB 


^ 


1993 


Mark Mason, RB 


1994 


Steve Ingram, OT 


^m 


1995 


Jermaine Lewis, WR 




1997 


Buddy Rodgers.RB 


£■ 


1998 


Kendall Ogle, LB 




1999 


Jermaine Arrington.WR 
Jason Hatala.WR 


P" 




Aaron Thompson, LB 


#* 


2000 


Jason Hatala.WR 


^M 


2001 


Melvin Fowler, C 




Aaron Thompson, LB 


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A.V. WILLIAIV1S 

AWARD 

Outstanding and 

Conspicuous 

Sportsmanship 

1955 Ronnie W.ill(T,HB 

1956 LynnBeightol.QB 
Jack Davis, G 
Howie Dare, HB 
BobRusevlyan.QB 
Allen Bunge 
Dale Betty, QB 
Donald Brown 
Clayton Beatdmote 
Samuel Bossert 
8ob Kopinsky 
Donald Dunphy 
Frank Costello 
Robert Karch 
Roland Merritt, DE 
David Reiss 
John Baker 
James Norris 
Vince Struble 
Al Neville, QB 
Tyrone Neal 
LeRoy Hughes, DE 
Bob Raba.TE 
GeneOchap, C 
Brad Carr, LB 
Dean Richards, WR 
James Shaffer, DE 
Eric Sievers.TE 
Brian Riendeau.OG 
DavePacella.OT 
Boomer Esiason.QB 
Eric Wilson, LB 
Scott Schankweiler, LB 
Lewis Askew, DG 
Robert Klein, DG 
Chad Sydnor, DB 
BrenLoweryJB 
Barry Johnson, WR 
Lubo Zizakovic, DT 
Ed Regan, OG 
Corey Holobetz.TE 
Mike Settles, LB 
Pat Ward 
Paul Jackson, S 
ErwynLyght.DE 
ManKalapinski.FB 
ShaunHill.QB 
Tony Jackson, S 



Jim tatuivi 



IVIEIVIORIAL AWARD 

Lineman of the Year 

1959 Kurt A. Schwartz, 1 

ThomasF.Sankovich.T 
Bill Kirchrro, OG 

David Gossan, T 
OlafDrozdov.T 
larry Bagranoff, DT 
Larry Bagranoff, DT 
Thomas Cichowski.OT 
Tom Myslmski.T 
Thomas Plevin.DT 
Peter Mania, DT 
Peter Mania, DT 
Guy Roberts, LB 
PaulVellano.DG 
Randy White, DT 
Randy White, DT 
Marion Koprowski.OT 
Paul Divito, DG 
Joe Campbell, DT 
Ted Klaube, DG 
Charles Johnson, DT 
KervinWyaft.OG 
Ed Gall, DT 

GregVanderhout, DG 
MarkDuda.OT 
RonSolt.OG 
Kevin Glover, OT 
Leonard Lynch, OG 
Bruce Mesner, DG 
Robert Arnold, DG 
Warren Powers, DT 
MikeKiselak.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 
JohnWaerig.TE 
Jamie Wu.OG 
Kris Jenkins, DT 
Charles Hill, NT 







1960 
1961 
1962 
1963 
1964 
1965 
1966 
1967 
1968 
1969 
1970 
1971 
1972 
1973 
1974 
1975 

1976 
1977 
1978 
1979 
1980 
1981 
1982 
1983 
1984 
1985 
1986 
1987 
1988 
1989 
1990 

1991 
1992 
1993 
1994 
1995 
1997 
1998 
1999 



GEORGE C. COOK 

IVIEIVIORIAL AWARD 

Highest Academic 
Average 

1962 Don White, OB 

1963 David Nardo.E 

1964 David Nardo.E 

1965 Bruce Springer, B 

1966 Larry Bagranoff, T 

1967 Chuck Tine.T 

1968 Ralph Friedgen.OG 

1969 Ralph Friedgen.OG 
Bill Grant, E 

1970 Pat Burke, OG 

1971 Steve Fromang.OT 

1972 Steve Fromang.OT 

1973 James Martell.E 

1974 Kim Hoover, WR 

1975 Kim Hoover, WR 

1976 Jonathan Claiborne, S 

1977 Jonathan Claiborne, S 

1978 Joe Muffler, DE 

1979 Ralph Lary.S 

1980 Ralph Lary.S 

1981 MarkSobel.DE 

1982 GregHarraka.C 

1983 GregHarraka.C 

1984 GregHarraka.C 

1985 DolphTokarczyk.TE 

1986 Richard Shure.FB 

1987 Richard Shure.FB 

1988 JohnRugg.OG 

1989 MarkAgent.C 

1990 KenOberle.OT 

1991 Mitch Suplee.C 

1992 DaveMarrone.LB 

1993 ErickWood.LB 

1994 Corey Holobetz.TE 

1995 KenLytle.PK 

1997 Ryan Rezzelle, OT 

1998 Ryan Rezzelle, OT 

1999 Jamie Wu.OG 

2000 Brian Kopka.PK 

2001 Charles Hill, NT 



DR. JOHN E. FABER 

AWARD 

Iron Man Award 



2000 
2001 



l'W 
1993 
1994 
1998 
1999 
2000 
2001 



JohnKaleo.QB 
Scott Milanovich.QB 
Jamie Bragg, C/DT 
Kendall Ogle, LB 
Jamie Wu.OG 
Scott Rudolph, LS 
Durrand Roundtree, 01 



OUTSTANDING 
SPECIALIST 



1988 

1989 
1990 
1991 
1992 
1993 



Ricky Johnson, TB 
Scott Whittier, LB 
Ricky Johnson. TB 
Scott Zolak.QB 
Troy Jackson, RB 
JohnKaleo.QB 
Jermaine Lewis, WR 




Jermaine Lewis 




TOP SPECIAL 
TEAMS PERFORMER 



1988 


Mark Agent, C 


1989 


MikeKiselak.OG 


1990 


Clarence Jones, OT 


1991 


Mitch Suplee.C 


1992 


Steve Ingram, OT 


1993 


Steve Ingram, OT 


1995 


Chad Scon, CB 


1997 


Lewis Sanders, FS 


1998 


Brian Kopka.PK 


1999 


Brian Kopka.PK 


2000 


Brooks Barnard, P 




Brian Kopka.PK 


2001 


Brooks Barnard, P 



Boomer Esiason 



HAMMER AWARD 

1988 Chad Sydnor, CB 

1989 Eddie Tomlin.S 

1990 Glenn Page, LB 

1991 MikeJarmolowich.LB 

1992 Scon Rosen, S 






Guy Roberts 



Ralph Friedgen 



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Offensive Lineman Defensive Back 






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Note: These awards were discontinued after 1995. 



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Defensive Lineman 



1952 


ChetHanulak.HB 


1952 


Tom Cosg rove, C 


1952 


Ed Fullerton.HB 


1952 


John Alderman, E 


1953 


Ralph Felton, FB 


1953 


Marty Crytzer,E 


1953 


Dick Nolan, HB 


1953 


Bob Morgan, T 


1954 


Ron Waller, HB 


1954 


JackBowersox.G 


1954 


Joe Horning, HB 


1954 


TomMduckie,G 


1955 


EdVereb.HB 


1955 


Russell Dennis, E 


1955 


Lynn Beightol, QB 


1955 


Mike Sandusky, T 


1956 


Fred Hamilton, HB 


1956 


Al Wharton, T 


1956 


Bob Rusevlyan, QB 


1956 


MikeSandusky.T 


1957 


BobRusevlyan.QB 


1957 


TomGunderman.G 


1957 


Bob Layman, HB 


1957 


RodBreedlove.G 


1958 


BobRusevlyan.QB 


1958 


Fred Cole, T 


1958 


Jim Joyce, FB 


1958 


BenScotti.E 


1959 


Jim Joyce, FB 


1959 


TomGunderman,G 


1959 


Dwayne Fletcher, HB 


1959 


Rod Breedlove, G 


1960 


Dale Betty, QB 


1960 


Bob Hacker, C 


1960 


Jim Davidson, HB 


1960 


Tom Sankovich.T 


1961 


Dick Shiner, QB 


1961 


Roger Shoals.T 


1961 


Tom Brown, HB 


1961 


DaveCrossan.T 


1962 


Tom Brown, HB 


1962 


Roger Shoals, T 


1962 


Joe Hrezo, LB 


1962 


Walter Rock, G 


1963 


Dick Shiner, HB 


1963 


GeneFeher.C 


1963 


Ernie Arizzi, HB 


1963 


JoeFerrante,G 


1964 


TomHickey.HB 


1964 


JoeFrattaroli.OG 


1964 


Bob Sullivan, HB 


1964 


Olaf Drozdov, DT 


1965 


Walt Marciniak, HB 


1965 


MattArbutina,OT 


1965 


Fred Cooper, HB 


1965 


Larry Bagranoff, DT 


1966 


Alan Pastrana, QB 


1966 


Tom Cichowski.OT 


1966 


LouStickel.HB 


1966 


Jim Lavrusky, LB 


1967 


Billy Lovett, FB 


1967 


Ron Pearson, OG 


1967 


Bob Colbert, HB 


1967 


Mike Grace, DG 


1968 


Billy Lovett, FB 


1968 


Bill Meister, OG 


1968 


Kenny Dutton.HB 


1968 


Henry Gareis, DE 


1969 


Tom Miller, FB 


1969 


Bill Meister, OG 


1969 


Tony Greene, S 


1969 


Peter Mattia, DT 


1970 


Art Seymore, HB 


1970 


Pat Burke, OG 


1970 


Tony Greene, S 


1970 


Guy Roberts, DE 


1971 


AINeville.QB 


1971 


Tim Brannon,OG 


1971 


Larry Marshall, HB 


1971 


Chris Cowdrey, DE 


1972 


Bob Avellini.QB 


1972 


TimBrannon,OG 


1972 


Bob Smith, S 


1972 


PaulVellano.DG 


1973 


Louis Carter, TB 


1973 


Bart Purvis, OG 


1973 


Harry Walters, HB 


1973 


Randy White, DT 


1974 


Louis Carter, TB 


1974 


Stan Rogers, OG 


1974 


Harry Walters, HB 


1974 


Randy White, DT 


1975 


John Schultz,WB 


1975 


Marion Koprowski.OT 


1975 


Kevin Benson, LB 


1975 


Paul Divito, DG 


1976 


Mark Manges, QB 


1976 


Ed Fulton, OG 


1976 


Brad Carr, LB 


1976 


Joe Campbell, DT 


1977 


Larry Dick, QB 




Tom Schick, OT 


1977 


Brad Carr, LB 


1977 


TedKlaube,DG 




George Scott, HB 


1977 


MikeYeates.OG 


1978 


NealOlkewicz.LB 


1978 


Charles Johnson, DT 


1978 


Steve Atkins, TB 


1978 


Eric Sievers.TE 


1979 


none 


1979 


Bruce Palmer, DG 


1979 


Charlie WysockiJB 


1979 


KerwinWyatt,OG 


1980 


Brian Matera.LB 


1980 


James Shaffer, DE 


1980 


Charlie Wysocki.TB 


1980 


Eric Sievers.TE 


1981 


Lloyd Burruss, HB 


1981 


Ed Gall, DT 


1981 


Boomer Esiason, QB 


1981 


DavePacella.OT 


1982 


Darnell Dailey, LB 


1982 


GregVanderhout.DG 


1982 


Boomer Esiason,QB 


1982 


DavePacella.OT 


1983 


none 


1983 


none 




Willie Joyner.RB 


1983 


RonSolt,0G 


1984 


Clarence Baldwin, HB 


1984 


Pete Koch, DG 


1983 


Willie Joyner,RB 


1984 


Kevin Glover, C 


1985 


Al Covington, S 


1985 


Bruce Mesner, DG 


1984 


Rick Badanjek, FB 


1985 


J.D.Maarleveld,OT 


1986 


Al Covington, S 


1986 


Bruce Mesner, DG 


1985 


Rkk Badanjek, FB 


1986 


Billy Hughes, C 


1987 


Keeta Covington, CB 


1987 


Ted Chapman, DT 


1986 


Tommy Neal.RB 


1987 


Billy Hughes, C 




ChadSydnor.CB 


1988 


Warren Powers, DT 


1987 


Bren Lowery, RB 


1988 


Mark Agent, C 


1988 


ChadSydnor.CB 


1989 


Larry Webster, DT 


1988 


Ricky Johnson, TB 


1989 


MikeKiselak.OG 


1989 


Eddie Tomlin.S 


1990 


Rick Fleece, DG 


1989 


Ricky Johnson,TB 


1990 


Clarence Jones, OT 


1990 


Glenn Page, LB 


1991 


Larry Webster, DT 


1990 


Scott Zolak.QB 


1991 


Mitch Suplee.C 


1991 


MikeJarmolowich, LB 


1992 


Darren Drozdov, DT 


1991 


Troy Jackson, RB 


1992 


Steve Ingram, OT 


1992 


Scott Rosen, DB 


1993 


Jaime Flores, DE 


1992 


JohnKaleo.QB 


1993 


Steve Ingram, OT 


1993 


Orlando Strozier, DB 


1994 


Jamie Bragg, DT 


1993 


Jermaine Lewis, WR 


1994 


Steve Ingram, OT 


1994 


Andreal Johnson, CB 


1995 


Johnnie Hicks, DT 


1994 


Allen Williams, RB 


1995 


Darryl Gilliam, OT 


1995 


Chad Scott, CB 






1995 


Buddy Rodgers, RB 
















Tim Bronnon 



Billy Hughes 



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Charles Johnson Johnnie Hicks 




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TERPS ON 2001 NFL ROSTERS 




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Baltimore Ravens 

Jermaine Lewis, WR 
Larry Webster, DT 

Carolina Panthers 

Kris Jenkins, DL 

Cleveland Browns 

Lewis Sanders, DB 

Denver Broncos 

John Feugill.OL 

Detroit Lions 

JohnWaerigJE 




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Cliff Crosby, CB 
Ratcliff Thomas, LB 



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Jacksonville Jaguars 

Renard Cox, DB 

Kansas City Chiefs 

Eric Hicks, DE 

New York Jets 

LaMont Jordan, RB 
EricOgbogu, DE 

Oakland Raiders 

Eric Barton, LB 

Pittsburgh Steelers 

Chad Scott, DB 

Tennessee Titans 

Neil O'Donnell, QB 
Frank Wycheck,HB 

Washington Redskins 

Delbert Cowsette, DL 

Players were on NFL rosters or practice squads 
for a portion of the 2001 season. 




Chad Scott 




NFL Europe 

Renard Cox (Barcelona Dragons/allocated by Jacksonville 
Jaguars), Ken Mast role (Amsterdam Admirals/allocated by 
Chicago Bears), Joe O'Donnell (Amsterdam Admirals/al- 
located by Pittsburgh Steelers), Mukala Sikyala (Berlin 
Thunder/allocated by San Diego Chargers). 

Arena Football League 

Henry Baker (Albany ConQuest/af2), John Kaleo (Tampa 
Bay Storm), Scott Milanovich (Tampa Bay Storm), Chad 
Wrestling (Florida Bobcats). 

Canadian Football League 

David Hack (Hamilton Tiger Cats), Geroy Simon (B.C. Li- 
ons), Irv Smith (Montreal Alouettes) 
Players were on rosters during the 2001 or 2002 seasons. 




Neil O'Donnell 



David Hack is in his sixth year with Hamilton of the CFL 



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ALL-TIIVIE TERPS IN THE NFL 



Azizuddin Abdur-Ra'oof, WR 

Kansas City (1988-89) 

Dick Absher, LB-K 

Washington (1967) 
Atlanta (1967-68) 
New0rleans(1969-71) 
Philadelphia (1972) 

John Alderton, DE 

Pittsburgh (1953) 

O'Brien Alston, LB 

Indianapolis (1988-92) 

Steve Atkins, RB 

Green Bay (1979-81) 
Philadelphia (1981) 

Jess Atkinson, PK 

N.Y. Giants (1985) 
St. Louis (1985) 
Washington (1986-87) 
Indianapolis (1988) 

Bob Avellini, QB 

Chicago Bears (1975-83) 
N.Y. Jets (1984) 

Rick Badanjek, FB 

Washington (1986) 
Atlanta (1987-88) 

Eric Barton, LB 

Oakland (1999-) 

Dick Bielski, FB-TE-PK 

Philadelphia (1955-59) 
Dallas (1960-61) 
Baltimore Colts (1962-63) 

Ahrin Blount, BB 

Dallas (1987) 

Rod Breedlove, LB 

Washington (1960-64) 
Pittsburgh (1965-67) 

Brooke Brewer, HB 

Cleveland (1921) 
Akron (1922) 




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Boomer Esiason played with the Jets from 1993-95. 




. Eric Barton has spent three years with Oakland. 



Donald Brown, DB 

Miami (1986) 
San Diego (1986) 
N.Y.Giants(1987) 

J.B. Brown, DB 

Miami (1989-96) 
Pittsburgh (1997) 
Arizona (1998) 
Detroit (1999-2000) 

Tom Brown, S 

Green Bay (1964-68) 
Washington (1969) 

Uoyd Bumiss, S 

Kansas City (1981-91, 1993) 
Denver (1992) 

Harry Butsko, LB 

Washington (1963) 

Joe Campbell, DE 

New Orleans (1977-78) 
Oakland (1979-81) 
Tampa Bay (1981) 



Louis Carter, BB 

Oakland (1975) 
Tampa Bay (1976-78) 

Ted Chapman, DE 

LA. Raiders (1987) 

Tom Cichowski, T 

Denver (1967-68) 

Fred Cole, G 

L.A.Chargers(1960) 

Gary Collins, FL-P 

Cleveland (1962-71) 

Uoyd Colteryahn, E 

Baltimore Colts (1954-56) 

George Cotton, G 

New England (1987) 

Ed Cooke, DE 

Chicago Bears (1958) 
Philadelphia (1958) 
Baltimore Colts (1959) 
N.Y. Titans (1960-62) 
N.Y. Jets (1963) 



Denver (1964-65) 
Miami (1966-67) 

Jim Corcoran, QB 

Boston (1968) 

Renard Cox, DB 

Jacksonville (2001) 

Delbert Cowsette, DL 

Washington (2000 ) 
Indianapolis (2000) 

Cliff Crosby, DB 

Cincinnati (1999) 
St. Louis (1999) 
Indianapolis (2000-) 

Dave Crossan, C 

Washington (1965-69) 

Dave D'Addio, BB 

Detroit (1984) 

Matt D'Amico, LB 

Cincinnati (1989) 

Jack Davis, G 

Boston (1960) 

Darren Drozdov, DT 

Denver (1993) 

Mark Duda, DT 

St. Louis (1983-87) 

Ferrell Edmunds, TE 

Miami (1988-92) 
Seattle (1993-94) 

Boomer Esiason, QB 

Cincinnati (1984-92, 1997) 
N.Y. Jets (1993-95) 
Arizona (1996-97) 

Chuck Faucette, LB 

San Diego (1987-88) 

Bon Fazio, TE 

Philadelphia (1987) 

Balph Felton, LB 

Washington (1954-60) 
Buffalo (1961-62) 

John Feugill, OL 

Denver (2000-01) 

Andy Fletcher, FB 

Buffalo (1920) 

Ed Fullerton, BB 

Pittsburgh (1953) 

Ed Fulton, G 

LA. Rams (1978) 
Buffalo (1979) 

Lu Gambino, HB 

Baltimore Colts (1948-49) 

Stan Gelbaugh, QB 

Buffalo (1986-89) 
Seattle (1992-95) 

O'Neil Glenn, OT 

New England (1991) 

Kevin Glover, C 

Detroit (1985-97) 
Seattle (1998-99) 




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After six years with the Baltimore Ravens, 
Jermaine Lewis was an expansion selection 
of the Houston Texans in 2002. 

Tony Greene, CB 

Buffalo (1971-79) 

Chet Hanulak, HB 

Cleveland (1954, 1957) 

Bon Healy, T 

Chicago (1958-59) 
Dallas (1960-61) 
Buffalo (1962) 

Bo Hickey, BB 

Denver (1967) 

Eric Hicks, BE 

Kansas City (1998-) 

Steve Ingram, BL 

Tampa Bay (1995) 
Jacksonville (1999) 

Ben Jefferson, BT 

Indianapolis (1989-90) 

Kris Jenkins, BL 

Carolina Panthers (2001) 

Hick Jennings, WB 

Oakland (1976-77) 
Tampa Bay (1977) 
San Francisco (1977) 

Barry Johnson, WR 

Denver (1991-92) 

Charles Johnson, NT 

Bay(1979-80, 

Vernon Jolnes, WR 



Clarence Jones, BT 

N.Y.Giants (1991-94) 
St. Louis Rams (1995) 
New Orleans (1996 
Carolina (1999-) 

Stan Jones, G-T-BT 

Chicago Bears (1954-65) 
Washington (1966) 

Lahlont Jordan, RB 

New York Jets (2001 

Willie Joyner, BB 

Houston (1984) 

Vince Kinney, WR 

Denver (1978-79) 

Bill Kirchiro, G 

Baltimore Colts (1962) 

mike Kiselak, BL 

Dallas (1998-99) 

Pete Koch, BE 

Cincinnati (1984) 
Kansas City (1985-88) 
L.A. Raiders (1989-90) 

Ray Krouse, BT 

N.Y.Giants (1951-55) 
Detroit (1956-57) 
Baltimore Colts (1958-59) 
Washington (1960) 

Pete Ladygo, G 

Pittsburgh (1952, 1954) 

Jermaine Lewis, WB 

Baltimore Ravens (1996-2001) 

John Lookabaugh, E 

Washington (1946-47) 

J.B. maarleveld, T 

Tampa Bay (1986-87) 

Mark Manges, BB 

St.Louis(1978) 

Larry Marshall, KR-BB 

Kansas City (1972-73) 
Minnesota (1974) 
Philadelphia (1974-77) 
L.A. Rams (1978) 

Jim Meade, FB 

Washington (1939-40) 

Roland Merritt, WR 

Washington (1970) 

Bruce Mesner, BT 

Buffalo (1987) 
Kansas City (1988) 

Scott Milanovich, BB 

Tampa Bay (1996-99) 

Steve Mike-Mayer, PK 

San Francisco (1975-76) 
Detroit (1977) 
New Orleans (1978) 
Baltimore Colts (1979-80) 

James Milling, WB 

Atlanta (1988-91) 
N.Y.Giants (1991) 

Charlie Mills, FB 

Buffalo (1920) 



Former Terps Renal do Nehemiah (S3) and Ken 

Bick Modzelewski, BT 

Washington (1953-54) 
Pittsburgh (1955) 
N.Y.Giants (1956-63) 
Cleveland (1964-66) 

Ed Modzelewski, FB 

Pittsburgh (1952) 
Cleveland (1955-59) 

Tommy Mont, BB 

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) 

Renaldo Nehemiah, WR 

San Francisco (1982-84) 

Ed Nickla, G 

Chicago (1959) 

Bick Nolan, BB 

N.Y.Giants (1954-57, 1959-61) 
Chicago Cardinals (1958) 
Dallas (1962) 

Jack Norris, E 

Staten Island (1932) 

Neil B'Bonnell, BB 

Pittsburgh (1990-95) 
N.Y.Jets (1996-97) 
Cincinnati (1998) 



Schroy(48). 

Tennessee (1999-) 

Eric Ggbogu, LB 

New York Jets (1998-2001) 

Kendall Bgle, LB 

Cleveland (1999-2000) 

Neal Blkewicz, LB 

Washington (1979-89) 

Bave Pacella, G-C 

Philadelphia (1984) 

Al Pastrana, BB 

Denver (1969-70) 

Bob Pellegrini, LB 

Philadelphia (1956, 1958-61) 
Washington (1962-65) 

Phil Perlo, LB 

Houston (1960) 

Ban Plockl, K 

Cleveland (1989) 

Warren Powers, BE 

Denver (1989-92) 

Bob Baba, TE 

N.Y.Jets (1977-79) 
Baltimore Colts (1980) 
Washington (1981) 

Bon Ratliff, BE 

Philadelphia (1975) 

Frank Beich, BB 

Buffalo (1985-94) 
Carolina (1995) 
N.Y.Jets (1996) 
Detroit (1997-98) 



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Guy Roberts, LB 

Houston (1972-75) 
Atlanta (1976) 
Miami (1977) 

Walter Rock, T 

San Francisco (1963-67) 
Washington (1968-73) 

Jeff Rodenberger, RR 

New Orleans (1987) 

Stan Rogers, T 

Denver (1975) 

Lewis Sanders, DR 

Cleveland (2000) 

Mike Sandusky, T-G 

Pittsburgh (1957-65) 

Jack Scarbath, OR 

Washington (1953-54) 
Pittsburgh (1956) 

Scott Schankweiler, LR 

Buffalo (1987) 

Ken Schroy, S 

N.Y.Jets (1977-84) 

John Schuftz, WR 

Denver (1976-78) 

Chad Scott, OR 

Pittsburgh (1997) 

Sean Scott, LR 

Dallas (1988) 

Ren Scotti. DO 

Washington (1959-61) 
Philadelphia (1962-63) 
San Francisco (1964) 

Dick Shiner, QD 

Washington (1964-66) 
Cleveland (1967) 





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Lewis Sanders is in his third year with Cleveland. 

Pittsburgh (1968-69) 
N.Y. Giants (1970) 
Atlanta (1971-73) 
New England (1973-74) 

Roger Shoals, T 

Cleveland (1963-64) 
Detroit (1965-70) 
Denver (1971) 

Eric Sievers, TE 

San Diego (1981-88) 

L.A.Rams(1988) 

New England (1989-90) 

Geroy Simon, WR 

Tampa Bay (1997) 

Irv Smith, DO 

Washington (1993) 

Jerry Snyder, HO 

N.Y. Giants (1929) 
Staten Island (1930) 

Ron Soft, G 

Indianapolis (1984-88, 1992) 



Philadelphia (1988-91) 

Chad Sydnor, DO 

Chicago (1989) 

Ratcliff Thomas, LR 

Indianapolis (1998-2001) 

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, DO 

Denver(1981-83) 

Billy Van Heusen, SE-P 

Denver (1968-76) 

Ed Vereb, HB 

Washington (I960) 

John Waerig, TE 

Detroit (2001 ) 

Kevin Walker, LB 

Cincinnati (1988-92) 

Al Wallace, DE 

Philadelphia (1997-99) 

Ron Waller, HR-KR 

L.A.Rams (1955-58) 
L.A.Chargers(1960) 

Larry Webster, DT 

Miami (1992-94) 
Cleveland (1995) 
Baltimore Ravens ( 1 996-2001 ) 

Randy White, DT 

Dallas (1975-88) 

Walter White, TE 

Kansas City (1975-79) 




Buffalo (1985-86) 
Washington (1987) 

Tim Wilson, RR-TE 

Houston (1977-82) 
New Orleans (1983-84) 

Elmer Wingate, DE 

Baltimore Colts (1953) 

John Wright, FB 

Baltimore Colts (1947) 

Kervin Wyatt, LB 

N.Y.Giants(1980) 

Frank Wycheck, HR 

Washington (1993-94) 
Houston/Tennessee (1995-) 

Scott Zolak, QB 

New England (1991-98) 

Miami (1999) 

Note: Through 200 1 season — additions or corrections 
to the above list should be submitted to the Maryland 
media relations office. 




After six years with Baltimore, Larry Webster 
signed with the New York Jets in 2001. 



Randy White played with the Cowboys from 1 975-88 and was named co-MVP of Super Bowl XII 
as Dallas topped the Broncos. 



I Maryland Head Coaches to Coach In NFL 

Bobby Ross 

Maryland (1982-86) 

San Diego Chargers (1992-96) 
Detroit Lions (1997-2000) 

Lou Saban 

Maryland (1966) 

Boston Patriots (1960-61) 
Buffalo Bills (1962-65, 1972-76) 
Denver Broncos (1967-71) 

Clark Shaughnessy 

Maryland (1942, 1946) 
Los Angeles Rams (1948-49) 

Lou Saban f. Shaughnessy 

Maryland Players to Coach In NFL 

Dick Modzelewski 

Cleveland Browns (1977) 

Dick Nolan 

San Francisco 49ers (1968-75) 
New Orleans Saints ( 1 978-80) 

Mike Tice 

Minnesota Vikins (2001-) Mike Tice enters his 

Ron Waller first full year as 

San Diego Chargers (1973) head coach of the 

Jtote: Only Heal Coxites Listed Vikings. 





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ALL-TIME NFL 



First Round Draft Picks 

Ed Modzelewski, B (5) Pittsburgh 

Jack Scarbath, B (2) Washington 

Bernie Faloney, B (10) San Francisco 

Dick Bielski, B (8) Philadelphia 

Bob Pellegrini, C (3) Philadelphia 

Ed Vereb, B (1 1 ) Washington 

Gary Collins, E Cleveland 

Boston (AFL) 

Randy White, DT (2) Dallas 

Joe Campbell, DE (7) New Orleans 

Pete Koch, DE (16) Cincinnati 

Ron Solt.OG (19) Indianapolis 

Chad Scott, DB (24) Pittsburgh 



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1952 
1953 

1954 
1955 
1956 

1962 

1975 
1977 
1984 

1997 






Bernie Faloney 



Dick Bielski 





Bob Pellegrini 



id Vereb 




Gary Collins 



Randy White 




Joe Campbell 




Pete Koch 



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DRAFT PICKS 

1937 

6 BillGuckeyson.B Philadelphia 

1944 

12 Tommy Mont, B New York Giants 

1945 

16 Bill Byrd, C NewYorkGiants 

24 Lu Gambino, B Chicago Bears 

1946 

28 Don Gleasner, E Boston 

1947 

11 Emile Fritz, G Chicago Bears 

1948 

28 Harry Bonk, B Boston 

1950 

20 Fred Davis, E Detroit 

25 Jim Brasher, C Cleveland 

26 Earl Roth, B Washington 

1951 

2 RayKrouseJ NewYorkGiants 

4 Elmer Wingate, E New York Yanks 

9 Jake Rowden, C Washington 

10 Chester Gieruia, G Cleveland 

1952 

1 Ed Modzelewski, B Pittsburgh 

6 Dave Cianelli, C Texas 

6 Ed Kensler,G Washington 

13 TomCosgrove,C Cleveland 

14 Joe Moss.T Los Angeles Rams 

16 Pete Ladygo.G Pittsburgh 

23 Paul NestorJ Chicago Bears 

24 Bob Ward, G Texas 

26 Chuck Fry,T Chicago Cardinals 

27 Bill Maletzky, G Cleveland 

28 Karney Scioscia, B Chicago Bears 

30 Bob Shemonski, B Chicago Bears 

1953 

1 Jack Scarbath, B Washington 

2 Dick Modzelewski, T Washington 

4 Lloyd Colteryahn,E Pittsburgh 

4 Ed Fullerton, B San Francisco 

5 Stan Jones.T Chicago Bears 

7 John Alderton, E Pittsburgh 

8 Bob Morgan, T Los Angeles Rams 

8 Lew Weidensaul, E Washington 

22 Ed O'Connor.T Pittsburgh 

25 Art Hurd.G Washington 

1954 

1 Bernie Faloney, B San Francisco 

2 Chet Hanulak, B Cleveland 

4 Dick Nolan, B New York Giants 

4 Charlie Boxold, B San Francisco 

4 Ralph Felton, B Washington 

12 TomBreunich,T Cleveland 

1 3 Charles Lattimer, C Pittsburgh 

26 Ralph Baierl.T Green Bay 



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1955 

1 Dick Bielski, B Philadelphia 

2 Ron Waller, B Los Angeles Rams 

6 Jack Bowersox.G Chicago Cardinals 

8 Sam Irvine, C Chicago Cardinals 

8 Bill Walker, E Detroit 

13 Tom McLuckie.G Chicago Cardinals 

15 Don Brougher, C Philadelphia 

17 Lynn Beightol, B Green Bay 

22 George Albrecht, B Detroit 

26 George Palahunik, G Philadelphia 

1956 

1 Bob Pellegrini, C Philadelphia 

I Ed Vereb, B Washington 

8 Russ Dennis, E Green Bay 

10 BobLaughery, B Green Bay 

I I Tom Selep, B Detroit 

1957 

4 Mike Sandusky.T San Francisco 

14 Joe Lazzarino.T Los Angeles Rams 

15 Gene Alderton, C Detroit 

16 Ed Heuring.E Chicago Bears 

17 Frank Tamburello, B Cleveland 

18 Al Wharton.G Chicago Bears 

23 Jack Healy, B New York Giants 

29 Howie Dare, B Green Bay 

1958 

3 Ed Cooke, E Chicago Bears 

3 Don Healy.T Chicago Bears 

28 Wilbur Main, B Chicago Bears 

1959 

6 Fred Cole, G Chicago Bears 

14 Kurt Schwarz, G Washington 

1960 

3 Rod Breedlove.G San Francisco 

1961 

16 Roger ShoalsJ Cleveland 

1 7 Everett Cloud, B Dallas 

1962 

1 Gary Collins, E Cleveland 

7 Bill Kirchiro, G St. Louis 

14 Jim Davidson, B Detroit 

15 Dick Barlund, E St.Louis 

1963 

2 Tom Brown, B Green Bay 

2 Walter Rock, G San Francisco 

3 DaveCrossan,G-C Philadelphia 

1 5 Harry Butsko, LB Washington 

1964 

7 Dick Shiner, QB Washington 

14 Ernie Arizzi, B Philadelphia 

1965 

9 Ken Ambrusko, B Chicago Bears 

14 Jerry Fishman, LB Baltimore 



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1966 

2 Tom Cichowski.OT Green Bay 

1967 

5 Dick Absher.TE Philadelphia 

14 Bo Hickey, FB St. Louis 

1968 

13 Tom Myslinski.OG New York Jets 

1969 

10 Ron Pearson, TE-LB Chicago Bears 

11 Alan Pastrana, QB Denver 

1 2 Harry Blackney, RB New York Giants 

1970 

7 Roland Merritt.WR Washington 

9 Ralph Sonntag.OT Washington 

1972 

8 Guy Roberts, LB Houston 

15 Larry Marshall, DB KansasCity 

1974 

7 Bart Purvis, OT Green Bay 

14 Paul Vellano, DT Chicago Bears 

1975 

I Randy White, DT Dallas 

3 Louis Carter, RB Oakland 

3 Steve Mike-Mayer, PK San Francisco 

3 Walter White, TE Pittsburgh 

5 Stan Rogers, OT Denver 

6 Bob Avellini, QB Chicago Bears 

10 Phil Wagenheim, P Baltimore 

10 Ken Schroy, DB Philadelphia 

12 Harry Walters, LB Denver 

16 Robert Smith, DB Baltimore 

17 Frank Russell, WR Baltimore 

1976 

I I Rick Jennings, RB Oakland 

1977 

1 Joe Campbell, DE New Orleans 

3 Tim Wilson, RB Houston 

3 Ed Fulton, OG Los Angeles Rams 

6 Tom Schick, OG New Orleans 

12 Dave Conrad, OT New York Jets 

1978 

4 Mark Manges, QB Los Angeles Rams 

10 Vince Kinney, WR Denver 

1979 

2 Steve Atkins, RB Green Bay 

3 Charles Johnson, DT Green Bay 

1980 

10 Larry Stewart, OT Baltimore 

1981 

3 Lloyd Burruss, DB Kansas City 

4 Eric Sievers.TE San Diego 

6 Sam Johnson, DB Detroit 

U Ed Gall, DT ! New York Jets 

1982 

9 Darnell Dailey, LB St. Louis 



1983 

3 John Tice.TE New Orleans 

4 Mark Duda, DT St. Louis 

7 Gurnest Brown, DT Buffalo 

1984 

1 Pete Koch, DE Cincinnati 

1 Ron Solt.OG Indianapolis 

2 Boomer Esiason, QB Cincinnati 

4 Dave D'Addio, RB Detroit 

7 Willie Joyner, RB Houston 

12 Russell Davis, WR Buffalo 

1985 

2 Kevin Glover, C Detroit 

3 Frank Reich, QB Buffalo 

7 Eric Wilson, LB Green Bay 

1986 

5 J.D.Maarleveld.OT Tampa Bay 

5 Donald Brown, DB San Diego 

6 Stan Gelbaugh, QB Dallas 

7 Rick Badanjek, RB Washington 

9 George Colton, OG New England 

11 Len Lynch, OG NewYorkGiants 

1987 

8 Bruce Mesner, DE Buffalo 

9 Alvin Blount, RB Dallas 

10 Chuck Faucette, LB NewYorkGiants 

11 Tommy Neal.RB Denver 

1988 

3 Kevin Walker, LB Cincinnati 

3 Ferrell Edmunds.TE Miami 

9 Azizuddin Abdur-Ra'oof.WR KansasCity 

10 O'Brien Alston, LB Indianapolis 

11 James Milling, WR Atlanta 

1989 

2 Warren Powers, DE Denver 

5 Vernon Joines.WR Cleveland 

1 1 Dan Plocki, PK Cleveland 

12 J.B. Brown, DB Miami 




1990 

3 Neil ODonnell.QB Pittsburgh 

12 Blaine Rose.OG New England 

1991 

4 Scott Zolak.OB NewEngland 

4 Clarence Jones, OT NewYorkGiants 

9 O'Neil Glenn, OG New England 

1992 

3 Larry Webster, DT Miami 

7 Derek Steele, DE Indianapolis 

1993 

6 Frank Wycheck.TE Washington 

1995 

7 Steve Ingram, OG Tampa Bay 

1996 

5 Jermaine Lewis, WR Baltimore 

1997 

1 Chad Scott, DB Pittsburgh 

1998 

6 Eric Ogbogu, DE New York Jets 

1999 

5 Eric Barton, LB Oakland 

6 Kendall Ogle, LB Cleveland 

2000 

4 Lewis Sanders, DB Cleveland 

7 Delbert Cowsette, DT Washington 

2001 

2 Kris Jenkins, DT Carolina 

2 LaMont Jordan, RB New York Jets 

2002 

3 Melvin Fowler, C Cleveland 

3 Charles Hill, DT Houston 

7 Matt Murphy, TE Detroit 

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NFL PLAYERS BY POSITION 



Quarterbacks 



Receivers/Tight Ends 



Bob Avellini 


1975-84 


Jim Corcoran 


1968 


Boomer Esiason 


1984-97 


StanGelbaugh 


1986-95 


Mark Manges 


1978 


Scott Milanovich 


1996-99 


Tommy Mont 


1947-49 


NeilO'Donnell 


1990- 


Al Pastrana 


1969-70 


Frank Reich 


1985-98 


JackScarbath 


1953-56 


Dick Shiner 


1964-74 


Scott Zolak 


1991-99 



Bob Avellini 




Running Racks 




Steve Atkins 
Rick Badanjek 
Dick Bielski 
Alvin Blount 
Brooke Brewer 
Louis Carter 
DaveD'Addio 
Andy Fletcher 
LuGambino 
Chet Hanulak 
Bo Hickey 
LaMont Jordan 
Willie Joyner 
Jim Meade 
Charlie Mills 
Ed Modzelewski 
Jeff Rodenberger 
Jerry Snyder 
EdVereb 
Ron Waller 
Tim Wilson 
John Wright 
Frank Wycheck 



1979-81 

1986-88 

1955-63 

1987 

1921-22 

1975-78 

1984 

1920 

1948-49 

1954-57 

1967 

2001- 

1984 

1939-40 

1920 

1952/55- 

1987 

1929-30 

1960 

1955-58, 

1977-84 

1947 

1993- 



59 



60 




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 


Barry Johnson 


1991-92 


Vernon Joines 


1989-91 


Vince Kinney 


1978-79 


Jermaine Lewis 


1996- 


Roland Merritt 


1970 


James Milling 


1988-91 


Renaldo Nehemiah 


1982-84 


RobRaba 


1977-81 


John Schultz 


1976-78 


Eric Sievers 


1981-90 


Geroy Simon 


1997 


JohnTice 


1983-94 


Mike Tice 


1981-95 


Billy Van Heusen 


1968-76 


John Waerig 


2001- 


Walter White 


1975-79 




ferrell Edmunds 


Offensive linei 


Tom Cichowski 


1967-68 


Fred Cole 


1960 


George Colton 


1987 


DaveCrossan 


1965-69 


Jack Davis 


1960 


John Feugill 


2000- 


Ed Fulton 


1978-79 


0'Neil Glenn 


1991 


Kevin Glover 


1985-99 


Don Healy 


1958-62 


Steve Ingram 


1995,1999 


Ben Jefferson 


1989-90 


Clarence Jones 


1991-2000 


Stan Jones 


1954-66 


Bill Kirchiro 


1962 


Mike Kiselak 


1998-99 


Pete Ladygo 


1952/54 


J.D.Maarleveld 


1986-87 


Bob Morgan 


1954 


Joe Moss 


1952 


Ed Nickla 


1959 


Dave Pacella 


1984 


Walter Rock 


1963-73 


Stan Rogers 


1975 


Mike Sandusky 


1957-65 


Ron Solt 


1984-92 




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Defensive Linemen 



John Alderton 
| Joe Campbell 


1953 


1977-81 


Ted Chapman 
1 Ed Cooke 


1987 


1958-67 


| Delbert Cowsette 


2000- 


' Darren Drozdov 


1993 


| MarkDuda 


1983-87 


Eric Hicks 


1998- 


| Kris Jenkins 


2001- 


. Charles Johnson 


1979-80/83 


1 Stan Jones 


1954-66 


| Pete Koch 


1984-90 


Ray Krouse 


1951-60 


| John Lookabaugh 


1946-47 


Bruce Mesner 


1987-88 


( DickModzelewski 


1953-66 


I Bob Morgan 


1954 


' Jack Norris 


1932 


j Eric Ogbogu 


1998- 


Warren Powers 


1989-92 


1 Don Ratliff 


1975 


, Walter Rock 


1963-73 


1 Roger Shoals 


1963-71 


L Al Wallace 


1997-99 


P Larry Webster 


1992- 


Randy White 


1975-88 




Randy White 



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Linebackers 




Dick Absher 


1967-72 


O'Brien Alston 


1988-92 


Eric Barton 


1999 


Rod Breedlove 


1960-67 


Harry Butsko 


1963 


Matt D'Amico 


1989 


Chuck Faucette 


1987-88 


Ralph Felton 


1954-62 


Chip Myrtle 


1967-72/74 


Kendall Ogle 


1999 


Neal Olkewicz 


1979-89 


Bob Pellegrini 


1956/58-65 


Phil Perlo 


1960 


Guy Roberts 


1972-77 


Scott Schankweiler 


1987 


Sean Scott 


1988 


Ratcliff Thomas 


1999- 


Kevin Walker 


1988-92 


Eric Wilson 


1985-87 


Kervin Wyatt 


1980 



Ratcliff Thomas 




Defensive Dacks 



Kickers/Punters 



Elmer Wingate 


1953 


Donald Brown 


1986-87 


J.B.Brown 


1989-2000 


Tom Brown 


1964-69 


Lloyd Burruss 


1981-93 


Renard Cox 


2001- 


Cliff Crosby 


1999- 


Ed Fullerton 


1953 


Tony Greene 


1971-79 


Larry Marshall 


1972-78 


Dick Nolan 


1954-62 


Lewis Sanders 


2000- 


Ken Schroy 


1977-84 


Chad Scott 


1997- 


Ben Scotti 


1959-64 


Irv Smith 


1993 


Chad Sydnor 


1989 


Steve Trimble 


1981-83 



J.B. Brown 




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 



Jess Atkinson 





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When it comes to engineering 
record-setting comeback victories, no 
one hasdone it better than Maryland's 
Frank Reich, who was at the controls 
for the greatest comebacks 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 half- 
time 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 pro- 
pelling the Terps to a 42-40 victory 
in the Orange Bowl. 

Eight years later,on Jan. 3, 1993, 
Reich met destiny again as he led 
the Buffalo Bills to the greatest 
comeback in pro football annals. As 
in the Miami game in 1984, Reich 
came off the bench and performed 
his heroics against a top-notch op- 
ponent. 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 sec- 
ond half. 

Reich, however, wasn't deterred. 
Filling in for the injured Jim Kelly, he 
demonstrated grace under fire by 
throwing for a career-high 289 
yards and four touchdowns as the 
Bills went on to win 41-38 in over- 
time. 




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January 3, 1993 
Buffalo 41, Houston 38 

Houston Oilers 7 21 7 3 
Buffalo Bills 3 28 7 


-38 
3 -41 


1 -Oilers 


9:09 


Haywood Jeffires 3 yard pass from Warren Moon (Al Del Greco kick) 


Hou,7-0 


1 -Bills 


13:36 


Steve Christie 36 yard field goal 


Hou.7-3 


2-0ilers 


6:01 


Webster Slaughter 7 yard pass from Moon (Del Greco kick) 


Hou,14-3 


2-0ilers 


11:51 


Curtis Duncan 26 yard pass from Moon (Del Greco kick) 


Hou,21-3 


2-Oilers 


14:46 


Jeffires 27 yard pass from Moon (Del Greco kick) 


Hou,28-3 


3-Oilers 


1:41 


Johnny McDowell 58 yard interception return (Del Greco kick) 


Hou.35-3 


3-Bills 


6:08 


Kenneth Davis 1 yard run (Christie kick) 


Hou,35-10 


3-Bills 


7:04 


Don Beebe 38 yard pass from Frank Reich (Christie kick) 


Hou,35-17 


3-Bills 


10:39 


Andre Reed 26 yard pass from Reich (Christie kick) 


Hou, 35-24 


3-Bills 


13:00 


Reed 18 yard pass from Reich (Christie kick) 


Hou,35-31 


4-Bills 


11:52 


Reed 17 yard pass from Reich (Christie kick) 


Buf, 38-35 


4-0ilers 




Del Greco 26 yard Held goal 


Tie, 38-38 




3:06 




Buf, 4 1-38 


Rushing:Oilers-Whitel9-75,Moon2 / 1 0:Bifls- Davis 13-68,Thomas 1 l-26,Gardner 1 


1 5. Reich 1 


minus 1 






1 Passing: 


-371 410,2 INI: Bills h 11 1 2894TD, 1 1NT 




ng:Oilers 9 98,Slaughte ' i, Duncan 8-57. Harris 2-24,White 1 - 1 1 . Bills- 


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November 10, 1984 
Maryland 42, Miami 40 



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-40 



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Mia, 14-0 
Mia,21-0 
Mia, 24 
Mia, 31-0 
Mia. 31-7 



Maryland 21 

Miami (Fla.) 7 24 3 

1-Miami Bernie Kosar 1 yard run (Greg Cox kick) 

2-Miami Willie Smith 7 yard pass from Kosar (Cox kick) 

2-Miami Smith 1 1 yard pass from Kosar (Cox kick) 

2 Miami Cox 48 yard field goal 
2-Miami Charles Henry 1 yard pass from Kosar (Cox kick) 
3-Maryland Greg Hill 39 yard pass from Frank Reich (Jess Atkinson kick) 
3-Maryland Reich 1 yard run (Atkinson kick) 

3 Miami Cox 19 yard field goal 

3 Maryland Alvin Blount 1 yard pass from Reich (Atkinson kick) 
4-Maryland Tommy Neal 14 yard run (Atkinson kick) 

4 Maryland Hill 68 yard pass from Reich (Atkinson kick) 
4-Maryland Rick Badanjek 4 yard run (Atkinson kick) 
4 Miami Eddie Brown 5 yard pass from Kosar (2-pt pass failed) 
Rushing: Maryland- Badanjek 18-40. BlounI 9-36. Neal 6-33, Hill 1 -minus 2, Reich 6-minus 14, Wright 1 
minus 1 4, Miami- Bratton 1 1 -63, Highsmith 1 1 -43, Oliver 5- 1 5, Kosar 4-minus 9, 

Passing: Maryland- Reich 12-15-260 3 ID, INT, Gelbaugh 6-14-35 OTD, 1 INT: Miami- Kosar 30-50- 
363 4 ID, 2 INI 

Receiving: Maryland- Hill 8 182,Holder 3 37, Blount 3 13,Abdur-Ra'oof2-22, Badan|ek 1 23, Edmunds 1-18; 
Miami- Smith 12 128,Brarton7 169,0liverS 29,Highsmith 3 24,Brown2 12. Henry 1-1 . 



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Mia, 34 
Mia, 34 
Mia, 34 
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In This Section 

University of Maryland 224 

Distinguished Alumni 226 

President CD. Mote Jr. 227 

A.D. Deborah A.Yow 228 

Athletics Administration 230 

Academic Support & Career Development 233 

Undergraduate Programs 235 

Medical Staff 236 

Strength & Conditioning 237 

Terrapin Club 238 

Major Gifts and Fund-raising 239 

The M Club 239 

Athletics Department Staff 240 

Athletics Department Coaches 242 

Byrd Stadium 244 

Terps on Radio 245 

Media Information 246 

Staying in College Park 247 

Covering the Terps 248 





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"Strive for clarity, but accept and understand ambiguity. 

That phrase captures one way in which an educated person approaches the world and its chal- 
lenges. 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. Fourteen 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 pur- 
pose, 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 assump- 
tions," and "recognize the glory, tragedy and humor of the human condition." Your years at the Univer- 
sity 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. 

About The University 



The Campus 

By virtually every measure of quality, the University 
of Maryland has gained national recognition as one of the 
fastest rising comprehensive research institutions in the 
country. The momentum of recent years has poised the 
university to move it into the top ranks of higher educa- 
tion and take leadership in shaping the research univer- 
sity of the 21 'century. 

The university has enjoyed a decade of momentum 
in all of the areas that affect guality, beginning with the 
quality of our students. For more than 1 years, every fresh- 
man class has been the most talented in the university's 
history, including this year's. Not only are their grade-point 
averages and SAT scores stellar.about half of them finished 
in the top 10 percent of their high school graduating class. 

But Maryla